University of Louisville Arts and Sciences - Thoroughbred Yearbook (Louisville, KY)

 - Class of 1927

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F 4iii. .lv 'I A . Q. lu I III. lll Annu. llllu 'NIK ' . I L. Ah-1.5..!..an - -v Q . .v -.- I iivl y 'I 4r ul li tn . 6 . i giiiiizx laif igih- bin In - ' :yu '...n 1 All--A 1' ' 4 Allln .urn P ' ul 'un ull 1 A :lun I Ti" 'A-77 I ' 'Q L ' :ij-ia. : FV :La 'f:i.? '-5 gaaazi, e --1-Zereymal ififariyef " ,Ag .EEE ll Q V' n-E ' K -- -. f i 2 'll Al C' c U. .AW I g s ln 1-:lil n r V - eg.,-.a 5 Semzims Class History IT hardly seems possible that four years have elapsed since we, the Class of 1927, entered the University of Louisville as the largest, loudest, liveliest Freshman Class then known in the history of the school. We studied hard, but took part in student activities, athletics, dramatics, and soon con- vinced the Faculty and the other students that we were really in earnest in spite of the usual Freshman tendency to indulge in fun and to have a good time. The Class officers for the first year were: President, Fred Koster, Vice President, Tony Resta, Secretary, Mary Belle McCullum, Treasurer, Ollie May Dabbs. We thought that the Freshman Dance, the climax of our Freshman days, was the greatest event of the school year. As Sophomores we continued to boost the various activities of the Uni- versity and to display enthusiasm and initiative in the clubs and organiza- tions. Many class members gave evidence of a promising career on the athletic field, where they displayed the fighting spirit and good sportsman- ship which have become a by-word in the University. The Sophomore Class officers were: President, Smith Taylor, Vice President, Randolph Hobson, Secretary, Verna Buyer, Treasurer, Stephen Durick. Then came the junior year and the Junior Prom. We do not wish to seem boastful, but we are glad that it was our class which instituted what promises to be such a successful annual event as does the Junior Prom. The Class officers were: President, Embert Rice, Vice President, Olivia Pragoff, Secretary, Emile Pragoff, Treasurer, Virginia VVatts. Our Class history was shadowed only by the death of President Ford and the tragic death of Dr. Siff. President Colvin has nobly assumed the duties of the President of the University, and many things are now being done for the betterment of the school. As we see improvements being made constantly, we are glad that we have had a part in the making of tra- dition for the present and future University of Louisville. The four years of college life have passed all too soon, and though time and the Faculty have thinned our ranks, we are today a class of over fifty Seniors ready, we hope, to go out into the world to step into the places that are waiting for us. We are indebted to the University and to its Fac- ulty for our preparation. This we shall not forget. We are proud of our Class and of our ofiicers who are: President, Embert Rice, Vice-President, Mil.dred Hall, Secretary, Annie Ferry, Treasurer, Gladys Friend. We were greatly disappointed when Fred Koster resigned his office as President in order to enter the Law School, but we were fortunate enough to have another equally as capable-Embert Rice, who has been not only a good officer, but a helping friend to us. We believe that men and women make the age. This is our age, the Class of 1927. And as we part, each to pursue his life's Work in his own chosen field, we ask that God will give us the great hearts, strong minds, true faith and ready hands which we shall need as we aspire to be the van- guard of Progress in making history for our University, for our city, and for our nation in a newer, brighter day. Thirty K, ,ff A IEMBERT RICE President LIBERAL ARTS MUULDRED HALL, 'Vree President ANNIUE M., FERRY, .Secretary GLADYS FRIEND, Treasurer OLLIUE MAY DABBS,H'rswr1iam Th SIillTI-I TAYLOR KA XM EY Editor Satyr 3, -1. Ed. Staff Tli0rou,g'l1- bred 1, 2, 3. Men's Frat. Gov. Board 2, 3. Vice-Pres. 2. Tennis Team 2, 3, 4 Class Pres. 2. Patterson Lit. Soc. U. af L Players FREDA PROSSER WA IIFM Ellt6I'l'JC'2lll Club 1, 2. Language Club 1, 2. 3 Sec. 2. History Club 1. Journalism Club 2, 3 Glce Club 4. MARGARET Iill, L NORD HBfID U. of L. Players 3, 4. Jr. Prom. Comm. lc. c. iv. 1, 2. HAROLD KEELING EXE History Club 2, 3. U-L Players 1, 2. Cross Country 1, 2. 'l'rack 2, 3. Freslimau Baseball Team EMILE PRAGOFF, JR. AE XM QXA Fuotlight Club Chem. Club V-Pres. 3, Pres. -1 U-L Players 3, -1. 'l'lmr0ugl1bred Staff f', 3. Bus. Manager 3. Class Treasurer 3. Truck Manager 4. ESTHER JACOBSON CIDA CDMI' Patterson Lit. Soc. Jr. Prom. Comm. Sec. U-L Players 4. Trcas. Pauliellenic 4, DAISY PFINGST EX XAKIJ IIFM Rifle Club 3. Panliellenic 4. Jr. Prom. Comm. U. of Wis. 1. CLARENCE JUDAII XM HFM Managing Efl. Sutyr 4. 4 Bus. Mgr. U-L Players Tennis 2, 3, 4. Woodcock Footli glit Patterson Society Club Lit. Society Vice-Pres. 4. Thi-rty-t'w0 WILLIAM JESTER HFM EMI!-ERT T. RICE DTM AE' XM Class Pres. 3, 4. U. of L. Players Bus. Manager 3. Pres. 4. Bus. Mgr. Thorough- bred U. of L. Band Footlight Club Patterson Lit. Society Stud. Gov. Board 3. Centre College LOIS E. DAUGHERTY History Club 1, 2, 3. French Club 2, 3. Glee Club 3. Language Club 3. ANNIE M. FERRY B2 QIDMI' Class Sec. 4. University YWCA Pres. 3. Sec. WSGA 4. Patterson Lit. Society Panhellenic 2, 3, 4. See. 3. U. of L. Players 1, 2, 3, 4. MARION F. BEARD KA AKK Transfer from Vander- bilt, '26 U. of L. Players, 3, 4. K. VERNE LOTTICK KN Ind. Central U. 1. Hanover College 2. Franklin College 3. ELIZABETH BEERS EQ 1'II'M Rifle Team 3. History Club 1, 2, 3. Euterpean Club 2. French Club 1, 2. Recreation Club 4. Press Club 3, 4. Basketball 3. Senior Monitor DEVORA SHAFFE 1' NIUE Press Club 3, 4. Vice-Pres. 3. Recreation Club 4. History Club 1. Psychology Club 3. Panhellcnio 3. Thirty-three OLLIE MAY DABBS FREDRICK KOSTER YEIIX.-X RUTH MXX L GAROL BUYER 'IIA EXE 115.32 Y - Wooflcock Society XM 'IX Chun Club 1 class rms. 1. Stud- Gm.. Bama 1' 2' UTM of I Plnew Class Historian 4 3, 4. Baskeumu 1' 2 3 4- C11 , Qfficel 7 History Club 2, 3, 4. Pl'6S.4Ci1llll'lllS Board Bus. Nga 2. Cheer Learlex 'P 3 Treas. 3. Sec. 4. ' Class SCC. 2- Cldg, Rep 7 Language Club 1, 2, QMSS ling- 1: 4- panheuenic 2' 3 Curl Nexu Staff 4 Prjgiclent 2 C'uSSsJQg1Qi'QS' LW Sponsor YO Band 4. Fm CO' Board 2 Stud KA-wr .1-lr-onch 0 Rev- AHL Bwlrfl 2. 3, Um' 'my Qlwen 4' Id PM Gimp 'if' ' A' 4 Football 2, 3, 4. Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4. Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4, Track 3, 4. LUTHER Towmzs ANNA LAWRENCE EDWIN A. TRINKLE Hmm FRMT7 KAYE QXA AOP EAU Chem. Club U. of L. Players Baseball '21. Fooball '21, '23. Rifls- Team Thirty-fuzz. r CLAUDE. BEAL OLIVIA PRAGOFF EK XAIID KIJMI' Basketball 2, 3, 4. Bus. Mgr. 4. U. of L. Players 1, 2 DORO'1HX SOBOLONX LEOHJA KAUFMAX AQE Juuruzllisiu Club 3, 4. Secretary Claw 3. WV. S. G. A. 4. ' Tl'l0I'01lg'lllJl'k?Cl Staff 1, 4. Czirciiual News. Soc. . Fld. 4. Junior Prom Commit- tee '1'1'easui'er 2, 3. Journalwm Club 1 7 SE'Cl'9t?ll'Y 3, 4. Chemwtrv Club 3 Patterson Lit. Soc. R.9CI'021t10ll Club 4 Recreation Club L Ilglll e Club '7 U. of L. Players Pwuliellemc 4 Hlee Club HARRY P. HARTKEMEIPZR HFM ADP Woodcock Society Lu Societe FI'ZlIlCfllS0 2, 3. Euterpeau Society 2, 3. Die Deutsche Gesell- schaft 2, 3. Class S9l'g'Bi1l1i14Ilt-Al'lHfi 3. Speed Sicliolarship 3, 4. Assistant in Physics 3, -1. Assistant in Economics 4. GLADYS KPASSAMANECK AKIDE Q Cliouiistry Club 2, 4. JOl1l'lli1llSYTl Club 2, 3. Gorman Club 1, 2. History Club 2. Puuhellenic 2, 3, Asst. Chem. Inst. 4. ELEAXOR MULLAN 1'IBfD , , ' XY. S. G. A. 4. Cor. Sec, 4. University Y. W. C. A. Vive-Pres. 3. FANNIE RUTH WATIERSTONE U. of L. Club New River State School, Montg'o1uery. YV. Va. 1, 2. Clase Sec. and Treats. 1. Mzwrslm ll Gull ege , Huntington, W. Vu. 3. Th irty-fi-ve ELIZABETH D. NALL GH HFM KIDMI' Stud. Asslt. Hist. 3. Stud. Inst. Hist. 4. Pres. W S' G A 4. U. of L. Players 1, 2, 3, 4. Pres. Hist. Club 4. Endowment Com. 4. Club Ed. Card. News 4. KATHERINE LEWIS 'PEC History Club 2, 4. Journalism Club 3, 4. U. of L. Players 4. Patterson Lt. Society Ch. Membership Coin. 4. Panhellenic 3, 4. Woodcock Society V-Pres. Language Club 2. RUTH HIGGINS MARGUERITE THRELKEL CII qpMp CIJEGJ XEA U. of L. Players 3, 4. Stud. Gov. Board Giee Club 3' 4' Sec. 3. History Club 3, 4. Rifle Club 4. Grad. Logan College, U. of L. Players 1, 2, Russellville, Ky. 3, 4. Recreation Club 4. DAVID WARREN ELIZABETH L. HEII, A2 KKI' HFM DePauw University, 1, 2, 3. MILDRED W. HALL EQ Class Vice4Pres. 4. Asso. Ed. Card. News 4. Sec. Press Club 3. Pres. Press Club 4, Ass't. in Library 3, 4. Glee Club 2. Panhellenic 3, 4. Sec. 4. JAMES PAUL DRUIEN U. of L. Players 2, 3, 4. Asso. Ed. Satyr 4. Stud. Mgr. Tennis 3. Language Club 2. Journalism Club 2. Z: Thirty-six DANIEL H. THOMPSON AOP EY Pres.4 Euterpean Club Secretary Rifle Club 3: Woodcock Society Ch. Program Com. Patterson Lit. Soc. 4. Cardinal News Associate Editor 4. History Club EDWARD MORRIS XEA U. of L. Band 1, 2, 3. Glee Club 1. 2. 3. 4. VIRGINIA WATTS IIBIII QMI' President 4 . U. of L. Players Vice-Pres. 3. Class Sec. 3. ' Fresh. Dance Com. Panhellenic 1, 2, 3, 4. BEATRICE DIEDRICH EQ I1I'M Rise Club 2, 3. History Club 2, 3. Euterpean Club 1, 2, 3. Press Club 2, 3, 4. Glee Club, Pres. 3. Accompanist 3. Psychology Club 3. Senior Monitor. RAYMOND WILSON BERNARD WRIGHT Student Ass't. 3, 4. Physiology Bacteriology History Club Language Club GLADYS FRIEND HBIIJ 'DMI' U. of L. Players 1, 2, 3, 4. Journalism Club 1. Class Treas. 4. W. S. G. A. ESTHER RITTER 11920 TMI' 1'II'M U. of L. Players 2, 3, 4. Winner of Pin 4. Ticket Selling Prize 2. Patterson Lit., Soc. Sec.-Treas. 4. Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4. lliI'le Club 3, 4. Thi-rty-seven HEXRI ETTA DELBERT HOFFMAN FRANCES KOOP ZELLNER fIDA U. of L, Players. Language History Club Panhellenic V Thirty-e-ight G, W. HUOKER, President MEDJIQCAL SQCHUUL W. W. WESTFALL, Vziee President R. D. COLLINS, Seevfeziiempy ESTHER KC. WALLNER, Treasurer NORA D. DEAN, Hzisztermm SIDNEY ROBIINUVIITZ, Sgt. me Arms fl? J R. XVINFIELD GEORGE 'BOULOS VVALTER E. T BREWER BAESEMAB Louisville, Ky. Milwaukee, Wis. Huntington W- V3- TNE QBH CIJBH Bachelors Club Ass't Ed. Thorough- bred 4. Class Representative, 4. , ALFRED L. MAURICE BUCKLES LESLIE M. BRISKMAN Bradenton, Fla. BUCKNER Louisville Ky. Mount Olive, Ky. ' EN QAE 1IDBII CBDKNII Deuscfheu Gesellschaft TNE C1355 Tregg, 2. Class Ball Team Class Pres- 2. Band 1. 2. Class V-Pres. '22, U Student German Inst. B, S. U. of L. '25, Rifle Club 4. R, B. BRIDGEMAN, Oregon, Mo. HKA QDBH TN E DEWEY LEE ' JR BUNTING East Chicago, Ind. KIDBH TNE Forty H. LEONARD BURR HOMER H. CHERRY RANDALL D. J. T. COTTRELL Louisville, Ky. Claypool, Ky. COLLINS GK? Class Vice-Pres. 3. Colson' Ky' GJKQ? WILEY B- CRAFT J- E- CRAWFORD H. C. CROSSFIELD Louisville, KY- :IDX Lawrenceburg, Ky. Y 1IbBII KA AKK TNE Bachelors Club Prestonbu rg, Ky. BGDTI NEN 'DEN A. B. Centre College B. S. U. of W. Va. NORA D. DEAN Harrodsburg, Ky. IIBQID AQA Class V-Pres. '22, '23. Class Sec. 1, 2. Class Historian 4. AsS't. Inst. 2, 3. Histology Embryology Chemistry Prize 1. Forty-one J. WILLIS DEMAREST VIRGIL A. DEASOX TRACY I, DOTY ROY K. DIAMOND Hackensack' N- J- N01-thpm-t, Am. Tulsa, om. Louisville, Ky. GJKXII o a N I o I5 HKA B Q FEI. T355 B WW Premerl. Tulsa U. GILBERT RICHARD FELTS RAYMOND AUGUST M- DUNNAHOO , , FRANIIMANN FRENCH Russellvllle, hy. - Hot Springs, Ark. GPN, Ashland, Ky. Louisa, KS'-' fbx Ride CM, ww 'PBH TNE Band '23. Premerl. U of Cin. AQA Pygyngdi U, of Utah Class Pres. 3. V Assistant '24, '27, Physiology Plmrmacology Forty-two C. B. DAVID GLASS JOHN R. GRIGG SAM J. HALL GETTELFINGER Akron, Olxio 4 Gastonia, N. C. Louisville, Ky. Ramsay, Ind. QB-H Gam' QA?- H. A. HARTFIELD SOL R. D. E. HODGES CLAYTON HOLCOMB Junior Medic. HIRSCHMAN Mobile, Ala. Detroit, Mich. New York City AKK AKK AKK 'ME TNF. Forty-three GARNET W. BERNARD NATHANIIEL ISLER CLYDE F. JONES HOOKER HOWLAND Jeifersonville, Ind Phoenix, Ariz. Xenia, Ill. CIJAE ZAE GKW Panhellenic Counsel 2, QDBII Pre-med. McKendree 3- C l. ONE 0 Class Pres. 4. ROBERTSON H. NV. KETRON RAY LATTIMER JOPLIN Cumberland Gap, Ky. Reedy, W. Va, Elizabethto vn, Ky. X elm AKK KA A. B. George Wash- AKK ington University Shelby, N. C. GJK'II HYMAN LIEBERMAN Cleveland, Ohio QAE Class Sec. 2 A. B. Ohio State U. Forty-four CHARLES F. LONG DEWITT MCDONALD MYRON D. MILLER W. A. MORAN, JR. Louisville, Ky. Morgantown, W, Va. Columbus, Ohio Ridgewood, N. J. GDKWII CIDPE Bachelors Club Rifle Club W. GREGORY CHARLES A. NEAL L. R. NIELSON FRANK J. 0'BRIEN MORGAN , . Wilniore, Ky. Fowler, Cal. Louisvllle, Ky. Indianapolis, Ind. IDX '-IPX QIJX ATO TNE American Psychologi- QIJK cal Association. I Orthopsychiatric Ass, National Conference of Social Workers Forty-five T. J. OVERSTREET C, B. PEIIGREM E. HARPER RICHEY Louisville, Ky. 'IDX JAMES B. ROGERS Larned, Kansas CDBII QBK AQA Assistant Anatomy, ,23, '2'I. Mt. Sterling, Ky. Louisville, Ky. QQKNI' KIJX TNE ADA Basvball 1, 2, 3, 4, Captain 4. FRANK A- SIMON ROY .D. SMITH Bllffhel, KY- California Alumni Chem. Club AKK TNE SIDNEY ROBINOVITZ Louisville, Ky. CIJAE B. s., U. of L. '21. W. P. STE ENKAMP. SR. Springbok, South Afri- C21 Cosmopolitan Club l'1'e-uieri. U. of Stellenbosch U. of Berlin h Fortly-sim l XV. P. STEEXKAMP JR Springbok, South Af- rica Cosmopolitan Club Premed. U. of Glpe Town M. P. WEEMS Fulton. Ky DANIEL SUBLETT Salyersville, Ky. AKK TNE AQA HARRY WVEETRR Louisville, Ky, RICE M. TEATER Nicllolasville, Ky. QDBH AQA Berea College, '20, '22. Valparaiso U., '22, Q3 GARLAND WEIDSEI Louisville, Ky. QKQ IIPFA CIJX QBH TNE QBK I'res.,2glang'uage Club Boosters Club '23, '24, A-QA Football, '22, Swimming, '23. Ph. ll. 'Frat-k '24. Professor, of BilCt0l'l0- Pwmed' U' of Ul- logy A. B. U. of L, ESTHER WALLNEII Louisville, Ky. VVILBUH XVIESTFALI. Walkersville, W. Vu. QDKWII Claws Vice-Pres. 4. Forly-sez'e1z J. S. NVOOLFORD RUSSELL HOWARD XZX Louisville, Ky. U. of Illinois GPX Pre-med. U. of Buffalo Forty-eight KKCZULSS History 3277, "fl Thing of Beauty is cz Joy Forever" l I-IUS the basis of this oration is past events, with an apology to Mane- tho, yet, who knows but some one in our midst may reach the realm of his gloryland and become famous enough to be molded in bronze to per- petuate the memory of days well spent in our rugged amphitheatre. When in the far, far, future we each and every one look back into the distant past and think, think, think, twhich few in the class will be able to do owing to the lack of grey matter and mental capacityl, yes, yes, as we gaze back-oh, time in your onward flight, make me a thinker just for to- night, and a few will be thinking, and each one will smilingly say: 'fAt last after all of these years of puzzling I have gleaned the use of the "Femur" really there is no other gavel as efective in concentrating the at-- tention of a "Fresh Medical Class," hand-picked and hen-pecked. For further details and applications of the human gavel, we the class of 1927, refer you to Dr. Sidney E. Johnson. Another modern revelation that shall long linger in our fond mem- ories is the existence of the so-called "All or none Law? This requires only a gentle tap on the olecranon-All is said or none is said, because "Weidenski's inhibition" is forgotten. Far be it from us to forget that f'Pork" is the 13th meat in order of its digestibility and if it is permissible, I will throw in here that f'Oyster juice" is the specific for 'fhyperemesis gravidarumf' Let us be forever reminded that ptomaines thrive abundantly in nutrition at 2 P. M. but must cease to be at 9 A. M. in Preventative Medicine. These things happen but to rid one of such 'tGall," try the frequent usage of Lyon's duodenal lavage. No one will dispute the fact that the words "Watchful expectancy" are hard to understand, and coffee from the silver bowl in the pit, was hard to sip, we will declare, consequently precipitates were many, and twins were rare, but after many years of experience what will the skilled Obstetrician care? To make a well fastened and secure mosquito net is the achievement of each lover of science, and to be keen at perception one must be able to perceive and to count the spots on the winged victory of malariadom- Anaphles quadremaculata and we are sure when the more progressive por- tion of this class takes up their research on the Avon, that a few will be teasing the tsetse ily on the alligators down by the banks of the Blue Nile, while the rest will be erecting Kentucky's modern sanitary measures to re- place the old village pump. To those of us who will hear, let PAIN-and bulging be the criterian for disease of the middle ear, and as I gaze upon our beloved bunch I mar- vel at such intelligence, and wonder how they ever managed to figure out the things that were umost Impo'tant" from such equations as these, it is not uncommon, it is not unfrequent, and it is not unlike. The question is als it? or is it not?" These questions wreck the sluggish intelligence of each Senior as he is about to comfortably nestle down into the land of ego with a self-satisfied feeling that I, AM-IT. Look me over, STEP RIGHT Fo rfy-11 in e UP AND CALL ME DOCTGR. ls it? Or is it not? unlike or uncommon. There are a few headlights in our gang who can amuse themselves, Qbut no body lelsel for hours at a time by entering into lengthy discussions upon such subjects as "Cataracts," "Cyanosis" myotics, and hordeolum. We now come down to the plane of the general assembly when we speak of ignorance and numb-skulls. Because the political career of jeff will never be eradicated from the tablets of our memory, and his whole- some enthusiasm should convert every ardent republican into a respectful democrat. Then let it be not forgotten that the unfortunate aspect of the group is the acknowledgment of the existence of the feminine taint, because the assumed smiles of the two grandmas have prevented the usual gossip of many a stag tete-a-tete. They were sorry we know, but perhaps neglect so stimulated the minds of the stronger sex that they established a radix for deeper thoughts. The outcome remains to be seen. We shall not permit the unveiling of the statue of the 'fColon Bacillus" -by Dr. Leiberskin, to escape our wanders through memory land. The class as a whole is elated to the point of ejaculations, when we realize that "Absolute Rest," forced fluids, and elevations of the parts is the blessed trinity of medical science and the paneacea for all human ail- ments. At last my supply of compliments is nearly exhausted and in vain I try to think of talent and virtues of the rest of you but none arise before. me. This cannot be due to their absences l assure you, but due only to you being too shy and self-conservative to allow me to acquaint myself with your outstanding abilities. On June 16th let us all answer roll call and clap our hands with joy and promise our loyalty to our noble calling, even to the hour of our im- pending dissolution because, "To every rhrm there opehelh fl way, cmd ways, cmd az way Ami the Hi,g'.h Soul climbs the Hig'h lflfczy, Ami the low Soul gropes the low, Anal in hetweeh are the misty flats, The rest drift to and fro. Bu: zo every 771072 there operzezfh fl High Way erm' cz Low, Arid efuery 772610 cieeiderh The Way his soul shell go." Fifty W. B. STRUKER President DENTAL SQCHUUL G. B. RIUDDJELL, Vviee President R. B. COOMER, Seeremry ' F. H. KEQCK, Treasurer AHOSEPH YATES, Historian 1fJ ERCA BARNES Centertown, Ky. AEA Class Treas. '26, ROBERT B. COOMER Louisville, Ky. AEA Trowel Club University Band 1, 2. Class Basketball 1, 2. Frat Basketball, 4. Secretary 4. Cardinal News 4. Thoroughbred Staff Ex-O-Lever Bible Class President 3. LOUIS S. BLOCK Louisvillle, Ky. Satyr Board of Con- trol, 3, 4. Dental Associate Sa- tyr 3, 4. ARTHUR D. CHAFFIN Matewan, W. Va. QQ W. Va. Club Golf Club 3, 4. EUGENE BOYERS JUSTIN BURLESON Parkersburg, W. Va. Erwin, Tenn. W9 1110 lV. Va. Club. XVIRT NV. CURRY Delbarton, NV. Va. AEA XV. Va. Club. Treas. Frat Basketball Captain, 4. Ex-O-Lever Bible Class Class Basketball 1, 2. Captain 2. CARL LEE DOVE Athens, W. Va. AEA W. Va. Club,, Pres. Concord College, '19, '20 U. of Cincinnati, 2, 3. Dental Basketball, U. of C. 3. Class Basketball 1. Frat Basketball 4. Ex-O'Lever Bible Class Fifty-two LYMAN L. DULEY WALTER E. FRANK R. ERSKINE ROBERT R. FARLIV' Slllithlanrl, Ky. ERHARDT Cambridge, Ohio Delllarton, W. Va Cillcirlnati, Ohio. AEA AEA Class Pres., 3. E110 W. vu. club 'l'rolvel Club Frat Basketball Class Vice-Pres. 2. 'l'ransfel- U. of C. Class Sec. 1. University Band, 1, 2. Dental lnterne, City Hospital, 4. SAMUEL A. FARLEY FRANK H. JOHN C. D- EARL Chatmoyl W. vu' FREERICKS FUlzz0TTl C-ALLAGHER AEA Omulm, Nellraslm Cleveland, omg Pf11'k21'Sbv1'g. W. Vu lv. va. Club AEA AEA EMI' Frat Basketball, 3, 4. "L" Club W- VH- Club Class Basketball 1, 2. Football 1, 2, 3, 4. Fmt Bflskvfllflll Cross Country 2. Fmt Basketball 3, 4. T1'2'USf01' U- Uf C- Track 2. Class Basketball 1, 2. Ex-0 Lever Bible Class Fifty-th ree LEE T. GARROTT EARL K. HAFNER Hopkinsville, Ky. Louisville, Ky. QQ QQ Chairman Freshman Dance Com. Golf Club, 3, 4. ROBERT W. HANLON Ft. Thomas, Ky. EWQ Frat Basketball U. of Cincinnati, 1, 2 3. 1 ALTON E. THOMAS H. HOBBS LLOYD H. HUPP HIGGINBOTHAM Cincinnati, Ohio Farmington, W. Va. Hundred, W. va. QQ EWG QQ W. Va. Club Frat Basketball, 4. U. of Cincinnati Baseball '25, '26. Fairmont State Teach- ers College, W. Va. Baseball and Basket- ball, '21, '22, '23, 'Z-L. Frat Basketball Transfer U. of C. W. Va. Club Frat Basketball U. of C. '25, '26. Baseball, '25, Pres. Class '25. Transfer U. of C. SAMUEL M. HAYS Mauekport, Ind. 1110 Frat Basketball Dental Bowling Team 4. O. W. JUSTICE Ruwell, Ky. AEA Frat Basketball Fifty-four FRANCIS H. KECK JAMES S. KELLY FRANK H. KESSLER J. GOLMAN KIYG Cincinnati, Ohio EKIHI1 Class Treasurer, 4. Ohio U. and U. of Big Stone Gap, Va. Dayton, Ohio West Point, Ky Trowel Club AsS't. in Anatomy, QQ "LU Club Histology, and Baseball 1 2, 3, 4. ' Reggafch Frat Bzlsbefball Cincinnati U, '26, '27. V1, 2, 3. CURTIS H- LIBBEE FRED G- NOBLE JOHN B. NORTON OSCAR PEMBERTON Piqua, Ohio NOPWHY, Maine Cincinnati, Ohio Hunstsville. Tenn AEA M2 AEA Transfer U, Of C. Trowel Club Fifty-'i7Je JOE PEMBERTON CHARLES E. J. BERNARD ALONZO J. Huntsville, Tenn' PHELPS POINDEXTER PRINGLE AEA Lnwrenccburg, Ky. Huntington, W. Va. Guilford College, N. C. 'Bachelor's Club 'PQ 1 YIIQ AEA Class Vice4Pres. 2. EIIY QNE YMCA 2' 3, 4. Fm Basketball F1-at Basketball W. va. Club. Student Sec- 2, 3. Ex-O-Lever Bible Class Basketball! 1' Trestle Board Club Ed. Director '25, '26, '27. TAYLOR J. PYLE Rockport, Ind. KENNETH RAND Cottage-ville, W. Va. QQ W. Vu. Club Baseball 2. A. C. RENFROW Owensboro, Ky. Ex-0-Lever FRANK J. REYNOLDS Pikeville, Ky. 'PQ Trowel Club Class Sec. 1 Class Basketball 1. Frat Bzxsl-:etbull Fifty-sin: l l BERTRAM RIDDELL Corbin, Ky. EWIHID GONE Class Vice-Pres. 4. Frat Basketball CYMON P. SILVER Cleveland, Ohio AQ Class Basketball 1, 2. YALE ROGERS GORMAN SALYER Beaver Dam, Ky. Owingsville, Ky. AEA AEA Bachelofs. Club DONALD G. JOHN A. SMITH SIMMONS Staton Island, N. Y. Kenna, W. V QQ W. Val. Club 'I' ROBERT W. SANDLIN R icrhmond, Ky. AEA Class Pres. 1. Class Trans. 3. Ex-0-Lever Bible Class Pres. 4. PURL-EVERE'1"l' STANLEY Pomeroy, Ohio. Transfer U. of C. Fif.'y-xevmz ii W. B. STROKER Turners, Ky. QQ Little Yellow Dogs. Class Pres. 4. Class Sec. 3. SIDNEY V. VEGA Donaldsonville, La. QQ HKA Class Treus. '23, '24 Thorouglibred Staff 3. Cardinal Stuff 1, 2, 2, PARK J. STROTHER Jeffersonville, Ind. AEA Jeff. Athletic Club HALLA A. WAGGONER Griffithsville, W. Va. AEA CDNE W. Va. Club Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4. 'Fmt Basketball Ex-O-Lever Bible Class GEORGE XV. THORNBURY Pikeville, Ky. 'PQ Frat Basketball Dental Bowling Team 4. THOMAS J. WEAVER Elizabeth, Ina. ' AEA ADOLPH E. THUE Stanton, N. D. im ' IIPX Thoroughbred Staff '23, '24 EDMOND A. WILLIS Ayer, Mass. N119 Class Pres. '23, '24. Golf Club, 3, 4. T If ifly-eight WILLIAM H. JOSEPH E. YATES WRIGHT Vine Grove, Ky. Fleming, Ky. AEA AEA Fifty-nine Class History N September 17, IQ23, one of the largest classes in the history of the Dental School of the University of Louisville assembled at the Medical School for anatomy. This class with an enrollment of seventy-two came from every part of the country eager to begin the life work which had been selected, and determined to acquire the knowledge necessary to uphold the honored profession they had chosen. Varied were the experiences which came to them during this trying year. They quickly ad usted themselves, however, to their new environment, and soon were filled with the spirit of the great institution. There were natur- ally a few who felt that the trials and tribulations were too great, but al- though their number was decreased, their determination to go on increased in proportion. At the end of the year only forty-nine of the original seventy-two remained. It was with renewed strength and vigor that the class returned for another year, the year in which its determination to stand by its chosen life work was tested, but the Class of ,27 proved equal to its task, and With only a few exceptions came forth undaunted and determined to reach its goal. Then came the junior year, looked forward to by every student of Dentistry because it is felt that the other end of the journey is in sight. The students are now men rendering professional service, men to whom the faculty can point as the future graduates who will uphold and be a credit to their profession. Their practical work was well done and brought them to the last stage of their journey. The last year was an eventful one. The class assembled for the last time and found many new faces which gave an enrollment of fifty-nine, one of the largest Senior classes in the history of the Institution. Wfith ,the end almost in sight, they embarked upon their journey, inspired by their dreams which were about to be realized. As a class they witnessed many important changes in the University. Dr. O'Rourke was appointed their Dean. No one more fitting for this place could have been found. It was he who inspired them to strive for the better things of life, who could see the union of a greater University, and who strived untiringly to-- ward its realization. In future years his name will be outstanding among the great leaders in the development of the University of Louisville. The class has gone one hundred per cent in the Endowment Fund drive. One more stage of life has been reached, and the Class of 1927 is going forth into the world with one big thing in mind-service to its fellowmen. Sixty WM, R. ATTKISSUN President LAW SCHOUL E. W. KESTJER, vm pmmm E. S, HUNGARLAND, Secretary JI. L. KJILGARRIUFF, Treasurer IF. E, LORCH, IR., Hviswrvinm S J WILLIAM R. ATTKISSON K2 Vanderbilt Vanderbilt Aca. Ex. '24. Seymour Law Club 1, 3. Class President 1, 3, 4. Student Council 1, 3, 4. Annual Staff 4. Commencement Com- mittee, 4. EDWARD S. HUNGAR LAND ENG Centre College '2 3, '24, Seymour Law Club 1, 3. , Class Seorethry 1, 3, 4. Student Council 1, 3, 4. Annual Staff 4. Class Day Committee 4 XVILLIAM EDGAR CRUSE THF Vanderbilt University '24, University of Ky. '23, '24 E. XV. KESTER Class V. P. 1, 3, 4. Seymour Law Club 1, 3. Wabash College '15. JOHN H. DOUGHERTY ' ENQIJ Seymour Law Club 1. 3. JOHN L. R KILGARRIFF ENIID Class Treas. 1, 3, 4. Seymour Law Club 1, 3. CLIFFORD B. DYE Seymour Law Club 1 3. I FRANK E. LORCH JR Seymour Law Club 1 3. Historian Class 1, 3, 4 Indiana University '24 Sixty-two Class History "Like some low and fizournful spell, tee whisper that .md wore!-farewell." WITH this sad message upon our lips, We, the class of 1927, take leave of the beloved Alma Mater which has nurtured us for the past three years. Starting with some twenty members, We are now reduced by the varying circumstances of time and fortune to a mere handful. Among our most noted accomplishments are the establishment of the Seymour Law Club, and Tau Chapter of Sigma Nu Phi, a national legal fraternity. But even these attainments pass into the shadows when com- pared to the success in reaching our goal-The Law. The three-year struggle by which We have gained it Will never fade from our memories, nor shall We forget our brothers on the faculty Who so patiently and kindly stretched forth the hand of friendship when the road was rough, or When We might temporarily have Wavered in our pur- pose. We pass now from the scene, bidding good-bye to our friends Whom We have loved greatly, and hoping that We shall be forgotten no sooner than We shall forget. Sixly-Ilzrrle 5 Q Sixty-four Faculty Speed Sfcrlemtvjic School BENNETT M. BRIGMAN Deari RUTH L. KOCH Asrisztarzt to the Dean WYLIE B. WENDT Profefmr of Civil Engineering DUGALD C. JACKSON, JR. Pro fexxor of E Z eetrical-M eclmrzieal E ri girzeerirz g A. VV. HOMBERGER Profexxor of Chemical Efzgirieeririg L. G. RAUB Associate Profeffor Of PhyJic.r J. C. ASHBY A Jfistarzt Profenor of M echarzieal Erzgirzeerirzg Sixly-j'iz'e W. PAUL JONES Aniftwzzf Pr0fe.f.f0r of Erzgfifli R. C. ERNST A.f.ri.vtarzt Profenor of Chemical - Elzgirzeerirzg J. W. HUCKERT Auiffarzt Profenor of Matfiemalief DONALD M. BENNETT Assistant Professor of Phyxies H. H. FENNWICK Aifiifdlllf Profeuor of Engineefrirzg Drazcirzg BRUCE B. VANCE Ifzftructor in Wlatbenzaliex i i i .. LL-. .,,W,,. I..- AA.,.AA.. L I . , -I .Speed Scrieotrwc School flames Breckenridge Speed Foundation HE SPEED SCIENTIFIC SCHOOL is an undergraduate school of the University of Louisville for the study of sciences in engineering. It offers courses in Chemical, Civil, Electrical, and Mechanical Engineering, each to cover a period of four years. The courses of Engineering are of the "co-operative" type and are arranged so as to provide: for specializing in the important fields of these sciences. After a study of the methods in engineering education and a survey of the industrial needs of Louisville and its environs, it has been decided that the co-operative plan of en- gineering education is the best type to meet the requirements of the municipality. The co- operative plan is a practical method of harmonizing the conflicting demands of technical skill and liberal education.. It is based upon the need of theory and practice under working conditions of engineering. It is not an experiment in education, it is, on the contrary, a successful plan that produces graduates of executive ability who are capable of the man- agement of engineering industries and who have a broad perspective of scientific and en- gineering work. It is the purpose of the Speed Scientihc School to conduct its work on a modified co- operative basis similar to that which has been successfully used in some of the leading engineering schools of the country. To obtain this practical training the classes are divided into two groups, one! of which is engaged in class work and the other is employed in an industrial establishment. After three months these groups change places. The courts of .fluffy cover: four yearr of intsmizre score. The Freshman year is spent in class work, the Sophomore and Junior years are divided between class work and co-oper- ative work, and the Senior year is devoted to class work and the summing up of the Work of the three previous years. This course provides the same amount of theoretical training as is usually given in any engineering or technical school. . , .. ..,. , . ., , .,,.,. . ,..,, .... ,.... ,.,.......,, ..... . ... . , ... s v I , . 1 4 .1 il i 1 I I I , z 1 I 4 1 i ' I ..., -W , Sixty-six Jfmvmims WILLIAM KELLER President LIBERAL ARTS LESLIE HAUOER, Vviee President HELEN ANDERSON, Secretary RUTH ROBINSON, Treasurer CLARENCE FORD, Sgt. at Arms Sygh CLARENCE ARNOLD IIKA ALICE LIVINGSTON BOWIE B2 ANNA MAE KIRN' HBID MARCU S RANDALL AE DONALD HAYDON AQP HELEN ANDERSON IIBIID MARIE CRO S S EK LESLIE HAU GER KA WILLIAM COLVIN BOII MARGARET CHAMBERS IIBfIJ Simty-nine E Seventy VVILLIAM KELLER KA MILDRED ALLEN 1'IBfID EDWARD WEBER AE RU TH ROBINSOIN KKI' LEOLA DITTO GEORGE CASPARI A2 VVILLIAM CASSELL ESTHER LEIBSHUTZ AGE KATHERINE SCHMALZRIED FRED HARLOW AQP NORVIN GREEN KA LILLIE IWAE CORN EQ VIRGINIA LEE SMITH MALCOLM CHARLTON AQP J. B. WATHEN ELIZABETH EBLE IIBCD THELMA DOLAN OH VV. R. MOORE HKA LOUIS SALOMON XM, EY FRANCES MANN IIBQ I Sewrzty-orze Seventy-two THELMA FINGER KATHERNE TWYMAN 1'IBfD ELIZABETH KENDALL KIIA ETHEL WEETER EAU MARY JO GODFREY EAII MARY H UBBA-RD EAII ANTOINETTE PFEFFER EAU MARTHA KENNERLY YIIA ALLAN WATTS KA FRED KAREM AEP GRADY ROWNTREE A2 MILDRED FRANZ GH GLADYS ZOELLER CDH UNCAS MILLER AEQIJ D. DAVIS MOHLER AFX IDA BELLE HIEATT GENE BUMBARDNER ARTHUR DEINDOERFER I QDXA CLARENCE FORD AUP, EY MARY STI CKLER Sez'enty-U1 ree Seventy-four PAUL MORTON RUTH MCCOY DAN BRADEN KA RAY W. BLAIR KA GUST W. SCHIMPFF QDXA MAJORIE VVEINBERG CDA NEWIHAN R. THURMAN SIDNEY R. BAZELL KN BERNARD HORSTMAN IRENE RHOADS ELIAS FUTRELL I President MEDICAL SCHO L A BERNARD KATZ, Vice President C. R, FRANKLIN, Sgt. Um? Arms Sui 3 A fS'eventy-sire W. O. BIGGS OKQ CHARLES BLAUGRUND CAE C. L. BORDER CIJBH V J. H. BREWER OBH J. W. BRYAN OKQ J. s. BUMGARDNER flax J. R. BUSKIRK AKK J. E. CARTER OKRP THEODORE COLEMAN QKNI' L. L. CULL QBH D. W. CUMMINGS AKK V. P. DALO wolf D. M. DIEFENDORF QBH W. W. DUFF Qololf W. J. ELIOTT AKK c. R. FRANKLIN AKK s. z. FRAZIER :msn H. H. GIBSON QBH T. V. GUDEX QKIII A. F. GUIGLIA AKK . Seventy-sezve-n Se'Ue11ty-eight J. F. HABERMEL AKK R. E. HAMRICK AKK J. D. HANDLEY OKSII L. H. HOPKINS QBH E. J. HUMEL OX PAT R. IMES AKK C. B. JOHNSON OX D. E. JONES flux E. H. JUERS AKK W. K. KANNARD CIJKKIJ i BERNARD KATZ QJAE ISRAEL KATZ CIDAE L. V. LINDROTH IIPX W. C. MCCORMICK QJX J. C. MCGUIRE CIHX HUGH MAHAFFEY KIPX D. G. MELVIN CDKWII V. R. MOORE CIJBH MORTON MORGANSTERN KIJAE R. A. MURCHISON IDX J Se1.'P'nIy-nine Eighty LEWUSPALAY CIDAE I W. H. ,PENNINGTON AKK - ' R. C. REIS AKK x JULIUS RABINOWITZ ' QAE H. Wg ROUTLEDGE 'QKXI1 v C. N. RUDIE. AKK ' R.D.SANDERS AKK . INMAN SMITH H QBII ' JOHN SRAIL, JR. 41X L. P. STANLEY Gololf H. W. STERLING ' fI:BH H. W. TERRELL j Om' M. H. THOMPSON AKK. D..E.'UPTON ' . OKXIJ 1. A. VIOKERS QIDBH O. A. WATHEN - - OKW .W. G. WESTON ,OX -H. R. WILBUR cpx W. A. WILSON CIDX F. M. WILAT QJBH ' v Eighty-one Eighty-two H. P. BEANBLOSSOM QQ E. U. BOLTON AEA E. B. CORN AEA J. R. GODOY HOVVARD LAN CE W. Y. MORRIS NIIQ MAURINE MURDOCK c. J. ROBINSON IPO J. R. ROBINSON IIJO XM I. C. ROUTSONG Im , HERBERT WILLIAMS NPO 5' CHAS. ROBINSON President DENTAL ILCI ZSCHOOL HERBERT WILLIAMS, Vice President E. E. CORN, Scecvnemvry A H. R. EEANELOSSOM, Treasurer QI. RICHARD ROBINSON, Sgt. at Arms Elfh WM. W. ROBERTS President LAW SCHOOL A SAMUEL STEIINEELD, Vvifcfe President , HELENE DANIEL, Secretary cmd Treasurer Eighty-fo ALEX BERMAN HELENE T. DANIEL LEWIS J. FRAZEE KA ENCIJ R. K. GADDIE ENQID F. A. GARLOVE J. C. GRAVES QKT ENCD G. M. HENDRICKS J. H. HOLLADAY I. D. INMAN ENCD T. H. KING Eighty-live E i ghty-sim VIRGINIA LEIST P. C. LAYNE W. W, ROBERTS J. R. SAMPSON amen ENQD PERCY SHUMATE ENQ S. S. STEINFELD S. A. VVALDEN SINCLAIR DANIEL Sec. of Law School K2 MEB CIJA2 Swphwmmes figauplg Elizabeth Adam Mildred Akers Winona Albrecht Oscar Alton John Atkinson Guy Attkisson Clarence Backus Ann Hathaway Ball George Barnett Norman Baron james Barry Ruth Bartell Edna Bennett Margaret Bennett John Bird Byron Bizot Robert Board David Bortolf Pauline Boroman William Branaman Charles Brohm Hilton Brown William Burks Charlotte Califf Robert Caneer Dena Carter Evelyn Carter Charles Cawood Mary Nell Chandler Clifford Clark Mary Clayton Rae Conrad Needham Cooke Byron Coulter Lucile Cox Mary A. Cox J. E. Craddock W. E. Craddock Everett Crawley Hazel Cubbage Loraine Cuneo Robert Curran Eleanor Dalrymple Marguerite Dalton Mildred Davis Frances Lee Day Charles Deibel Elizabeth Dehoney Liberal Arts CALVIN GRAY, President FRANCES LEE DAY, Vine-Pres. LAWRENCE HOWE, Secretary ANNA MAE KIRN, TVEHSMVEY' MARSHALL ESPIE, Sgt.-at-Arms William Dennes George Deuser Eizabeth Deicks Thomas Dosch Marshall Espie Walter Euller Lucy Farmer C. P. Farnsley Helen Fausel Bertha Finger Ford Fishback J. W. Forbes Margaret Ford Richard Ford Charles Gaines Robert Gatenbee Ruth Glover Mildred Goodwin Benjamin Gaubert Calvin Gray Maurine Green Mary Greer Evelyn Gregory Elsie Haemlish George Hall D. N. Hammond Cecil Harvey john Hicks Mary Higgins Elizabeth Hinkle Mabel Holbrook Willa Holzeimer Louis Hosch Melville Hosch James Hottell Lawrence Howe Leona Hubbard Antoinette Hubbuck James Hughes Lillian Hunter Ray Hurley Joe Hymson George Imorde Frances Ingram Carl Jansing VValter Jhung Erskine jones Ruth Keeler Frances Kennerly Helen Kerrick Virginia Keyer W. E. Kielkopf Maurine Kleinberg Bernard Klotz Lucille Koenigstein John Kohlhepp Sadye Koppelman Edward Langan Raymond Lawrence Roy Lawrence Stuart Lawson Burton Libbey Robert Lucas James McAfee Wylis McLeese I Caroline McDonough Lawrence MCN aughton George Main Annie Martin Frank Martin Agnes Mead Maurice Meenen J. W. Merke Sophie Meyers Uncas Miller Paul Moosmiller John Moriarty Beatrice Moseson Clarence Nachand Lucille Neurath Elmer Newkirk Fred Nobbe Thelma Ogden Arthur O'Toole Aleen Owsley Rose Padgett Louise Page Elinor Parker Mary Parsons Marvin Peck Sue Frances Perry Margaret Pezold David Poston Harley Purcell Cora Ray Mary Ray Kenneth Reising 'Ninety-one Alma Reuther james Robertson H. D. Rose Theodore Rosenberg Louis Rothman Eloise Roulston Velma Samuel Cyril Schmitt Anna Schulman Otto Schumacher Cyril Schlinger Naomi Sengel Giles Seward Adele Siltman Gaithel Simpson Howard 'Sims Ruh Slack Bettie Snodgrass Mildred Starr Leslie Steinbach Hazel Steinberg Clarence Steurle Frances Stoll William Swain Virginia Sweatt John Taylor Alice Thompson Robert Troxler Keiji Uchikura Bertram Van Arsdale Laura Van Winkle C. S. Vettimer Mildred Volpert Clinton Walker William Watson Saul Waxman Jerome Weissrock Mavis Welker Nona West Frances Wheatley Mary Whitehead Gibson Wigginton VVallace Wilson Edward Wolfe -lean Wood Betty Wooden Virginia Woodson Norman Wright om.g-figlauplq Medical School L. E. Christian . ., Milo C. Wells . . . Henry H. Moody . . James A. Gellrieh .,.. Louis Baer Robert Ballard James W. Baxter Auryne E. Bell Charles H. Blandford, Charles K. Bush Glynn Bushart L. E. Christian Grover C. Chostner E. Norwood Clark Howard F. Claydon Charles M. Cole Edward G. Ditch Hollis Evans Olive S. Feennster Charles S. Gallaher, Jr. , Max Garon James A. Gellrich John R. Gott, Jr. George A. Gressle Lowell G. Hunter Paul A. Huth Earl G. Jensen Takeo Kanda Robert M. Kelsey D. F. Kerbow Claude L. Kerns Earl L. Kirk A. A. Klein Niueiy-tlzrvc . ,.,,,..... . ..,. President . . . .Vice-P1'e5ide1fzZ . . . .Sea-Trees. . . .Sgt.-azz!-Arms Eugene H. Kremer Dwight M. Kuhns Margaret Lirnperi Jesshill Love Sidney N. Mendelsohn Albert Mentoff Henry H. Moody Edgar V. Nutter Peter A. Peifer Louis Pillersdorf e Robert E Porter VVilliam Porter Robert A. Purvis George H. Ray Joseph C. Ray Clinton H. Richey C. Hearne Rodgers Charles Steinberg VVilliam Spencer Stone Russel Teague Milo C. Wells Don E. Wilder Chester L. 'Wilson Charles A. Wood Cyrus R. VVood VValter B. VVolever Sehelfel H. WVright joseph VV. Yowell .maj-lig1au3N Denton! School M. Crawford . David Rosenweig . . . Roy T. Bovard . . J. Raike ...,, C. H. Kennedy , Raymond Albers J. YV. Batts Roy T. Bovard Edward Brennan Oscar Burgess M. J. Crawford Marion Gorman Howard H. Kaurish . . . . . . .Presidezzt . , , Vice-Presiciem . . . , .Secretary . . . . .T7'66l5'Mlf5l , , . .SgL.-at-firzm f C. H. Kennedy Harvey Mayhail J. E. Raike Oscar Rosen , David Rosenweig Alvin Snyder M. F. Stern Veronica Tierney ,. :ups-1519-114 AL Speed Sevientvjiie School Charles Lamer . . . M. Barnett Davis .A.. Charles M. Haddaway Joseph S. Overstreet . , Elmer Dilley ,..,,., joseph P. Baldez Qmer Bloyd Kenneth A. Browne Charles L. Casper Edward W. Davis M. Barnett Davis Thomas M. Davis Elmer Dilley Hiram S. Dorsey Samual L. Evans Edwin F. Franz Herman L. Fruechtenicht Harry W. Groot Charles M. Haddaway George E. Hadley Charles E. Hathaway Russell H. Hieronymous Earl S. Jones George A. Knapp ............P1'e5ide11r . . . .Wee-President . . . . .Secffelmfy . . .Tffeamffer . . .ffiflofian Robert E. Krajnak Charles Lamar Clifford R. Leap Robert E. Martin Henry B. lNlcl7erran Robert O. Metzner Raymond L. Moore Hugh lvl. Nazor Frank N. Neat Walter Norman Stanley B. Osburn Joseph S. Overstreet E. Hayes Redmon James F. Rinke john B. Spencer Edwin L. Stern Thomas W. Talcott John F. Willis Victor Wilson Xinety-sc'ov1z Ninety-eight TBS QW ade L 'um J ' 1 Ninety-11iv1e aug , paxapung Samuel Adair Joseph Allen Ruth Anderson Emalene Archer Elizabeth Aregood Abraham Baer Rebecca Baer Florence Bailey Susette Baldwin Jacob Barnard Mary Barnard Barolyn Baumer V. M. Becker Amos Benjamin E. W.'Bensinge1' Jayne Bergen Lillian Berman H. Biggerstaff Ruth Bittenback P. E. Blackerby Homer Blackwell Blanche Blunforml Maude Bogzixml Lida Bohon Louise Borgman Allan Bosler Clara Boswell Virginia. Brightxvell H. M. Broadus Hardy Brooks Connor Brown Eugene Brown Walter Brown William Bruner Elizabeth Bullock Viola Burdori Ethyl Burger Nathaniel Burlis Alyce Burrell Joseph Bye John Callahan Mahalu Campbell Helen Carraro Pearl Carter Aubrey Gates Hzxrry Catlett Agnes Cavunaugqlx Claude Chappell Thad Cheatham Leo Ciocio Davis Clark Louis Goblin M. M. Cohen Margaret Coleman Thomas Coleman Edward Collins Jo Columbo William Conklin John Connally Helen Cooper Clinton Coots Philip Crume Mu1'gz11'et Curcl Rilj'IHOIlfl Dauln Jack Duug'herty Gladys Davis John Davis Julian Depree Agnes Dickson Innes Dobbins Herbert Dold John Doll Robert Donahue Anthony Dreidel Edwin Dulaney Duvirl Dunavent Lillian Earley Clarence Edwards Mary L09 Elam Caldwell Ellis Lucille Ellis Liberal Arts ED. C-OODIN, Pffemienz John Emmick Elizabeth Engelhard Louis Eugleman Milton Englemau Charles Ernst Jenny Etter James Fairleigh William Farnham Wilma. Fay Laura Fields Howard Fisher J. S. Fitzgerald Dorothy Fleischman John Flippin Leon Flowers Thelma Ford Charles Frehse Erma Fust Irene Gardner Mary Garr Mary Reuter Gates Florence Gavrousky Robert Geigeer Hulda Gernert Edward Gibson Pauline Gibson Minor Givan Ida. Gladstein Irene Glenn Thomas Godfrey Herman Goldberg Norman Goldberg Fannie Goldstein Edward Goodin Pearl Goodman Garland Graham Adolph Gratiot Helen Gray Bessie Greenwald Estella Griffin Maisie Grisanti Donald Grott Hazel Grossman Joseph Hazel Lewell Hagan Robert Hall Susan Hamilton Katherine Harcourt John Hardin William Hurgrzlve Ruth Harmon Elizabeth Harned D. C. Harris Gle-im Harris Victor Harris XV. P. 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". i I WH OOPS Y nge? rw Y is One H'ZL71,CZ7'0lZ Twelve PM Beau Pri Founded at Western Pennsylvania, 1888 OFFICIAL PUBLICATION: The Phi Beta Pi Quarterly COLORS: Green and White ALPHA MU CHAPTER Installed ai U niversizy of Louisville, 1913 GFFICERS VViley B. Craft ...I..,..,i...,, ' .,... Archon Walter E. Brewer ............... Vice-Archon R. Winfield Baeseman .I.. ........ T reasurer Inman Smith .....,.,.. .......... S eerelary L. H. Hopkins .,...I. I,I........... E dilor V. R. Moore ...,.......... Honored Guardian J. S. Huoni ....,........,..,,., , , .Chaplain CLASS 1927 R. W. Baeseman S. J. Hall W. E. Brewer R. B. Bridgeman, Jr. M. G. Buckles W. B. Craft A. M. French J. H. Brewer L. L. Cull D. M. Diefendorf S. Z. Frazier H. H. Gibson L. H. Hopkins G. C. Chostner C. L. Kerns Jesshill Love W. Porter E. N. Adams A. B. Busch C. B. Daniels T. R. Davies VV. D. Dunaway Homer Ekers K. N. Gould J. R. Hill F. D. Hunter G. W. Hooker J. B. Rogers T. I. Doty R. M. Teater H. M. Weeter CLASS 1928 JZ S. Huoni V. R. Moore Inman Smith H. W. Sterling J. A. Vickers P. M. Wilt CLASS 1929 M. C. VVells D. E. Wilder C. L. Wilson C. A. VVood C. R. Wood CLASS 1930 One Hundred C. F. Mayo M. H. Morriso A. B. Morgan Carlisle Morse Martin Palmer BQB. sieaad L. O. Toomey R. A. Updike B. G. King Fiffeen I1 1 . V. .1 . . - :f1V ' ' :iff-.. - , .1-55 I me ' .SL , -. Q3' ., ' ' VIEW - '- .' .4L,.'. ' 5523" :W - . J, 4V X SPT'-w "'. " ' .Z f f' N -- ' , 5? ii- If -fl' 5' ' ' Q - Y J ... Q. 22:1 6555 .- ex , , 1 ,- , if . ,, ff- i . ": -:- " 15295 ' 15553 '3:2:?-4355.52 " 'zf' " -- X ff ' -Q . . 5' ' -1. A V' 1 - . if L ,, ,, ., . ., ,,, ,R . ' . " . , ,ff ' ,M V WF?-K'f " 1. fbi .5f ' Q41, . ..,. J- ' '1:fjJ.. .rv .. M - '-'-, - 1 - . V ,Vai 3,553 V 5 .. VM V , - VV. . . VV -.1 fy., .Q mn--V.w Q. H4-4 , -vip .VffM"lwa. . Nb ' " "-VA U' YK is J Q 3 f Z a 1' 'W- J 5, , Q, 5 K 5 , - ,,J, ,. 'F Y ,,,.,LW' V . , 5 PQ W A Ska gg? . 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N. ..-.. .,V 1 . .. ,, . 1 - -. . , , , 1 , H , . Psi Omega Founded ut Baltimore College of Dental Sutfgetfy, I 892. CoLoRS: Blue and White PUBLICATION: The Prater ACTIVE CHAPTERS: Thirty-secen ALUMNI CHAPTERS: Fifty-four OMICRON CHAPTER: Cltortered 1897. Dr. T. O'Rourke, Deputy Counsellor. PAST OFFICERS J. B. Poindexter A. E. Thue J. R. Robinson . C. Robinson . E. K. Hafner Harry Martin . . A. D. ChaHin . . . Lee T. Cvarrott . . Charles Phelps . J. M. Burleson . Gmfzd Afttrtetf . . Junior Mestez' . . Secretary ..... Treasurer .,.. Chief Iuguisitor . C fue f futewfogtztozf Historian ...I Editor ..,.,.. . fuxide Guurdittu . . Outside Guardian ACTIVE OFFICERS . , . . R. Robinson ., M. J. Crawford .....,..LI.W.Bates H. B. Beanblossom . . . . H. C. Mayhall . , . ,M. A. Gorman . . . . .C. L. Kennedy .....R. Alzers . , . .R. T. Bovard . . . ,W. Y. Morris CHAPTER ROLL E. G. Boyers J. M. Burleson A. D. Chaffin L. T. Garrott J. G. King E. K. Hafner G. W. Thornsbury A. E. Thue S. V. Vega E. A. 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Kennedy Howard Lance J. B. Poindexter K. K. Rand Donald Simmons H. A. Waggoner W. Y. Morris 01111 Ilzuzrlred Twenly-nine White Rose ,ww 7, xp 3 , wx ,gg -. 55 3 ,wg X Q47 1:75 , , L,37',.iRff1J-'DMZ ,- ,,, . - ',- Q - mfg- Y5 04 -Q W, .X,. . VM 3, . R .if 4.4 Q ,, 4 5: yy? wif? w f A 1 . N 4 6? 3 2 fi , xl if 5 Ev Nc, 41 1 XX 5 1, A .Y ij' .fx 1 ,- ,, 1 42-f fl 9hf,,Q..,,. f 2 .,. .gi ' - .. 4 Vi X Wxggf If mfg Kr 1 A M KGS? MK f W . 4, ccf1f.1ga-gs-n- I , V One H1111 fired Thirty Sigma Nu PM Froztoiffnfzity lllotegtzalll Founded at National University Law School, Febfuary IZ, 1903. ' COLORS: Purple and Gold FLGVVERI VVhite Carnation TAU CHAPTER John L. Kilgarriff, President E. S. Hungarland, Vice-Pres. John H. Dougherty, Scribe Lewis Frazee, Sgt.-at-Arms Dudley Inman, Historian Raymond K. Gaddie J. C. Graves james R. Sampson William P. Schumate Wm. B. Janes H. L. James Charles E. Deibel PLEDGES Lawrence Wetherby Tyra Bass Richard Elsler Austin T. Drewry 0110 IIN IIIITPII Th irly-o One Ilunclrecl Thirty-two Alpha Pri PROFESSIONAL PRATERNITY Founded Ma1'ch 16, 1926. CoLoRs: Kentucky Blue and Gold. Alpha Pi is the first engineering fraternity to be organized and iecog nized in the University of Louisville. Its membership is limited to stu dents of the Speed Scientific School. MEMBERS J. P. Baldez G. E. Hadley, J K. A. Browne E. S. jones M. B. Davis R. E. Martin E. W. Davis R. O. Metzner T. M. Davis T. VV. Taleott E. H. Billey F. VVillis PLEDGES S. L. Eury C. R. Seaton T. C. Mapother E. U. Schnaus W. F. Wathen One Hundred Tlzirfy-three I' , X , ., M . A. 4 . 'ig- 7' X N '35s'?2'f V' 5 ' XX QM . .. gb X X X2 ' Q X .Q -152 'SVN-51:5-":' I:- X X .X f X X f a X Y Q 'U X x 4 X M ff X ff' X 4 0 X X X2 s X X X Y- 2 'xp X 2 X X? XXX X K K .I X- fs X we X X X X X X Q Q A N wifi W X X X 1 .X X ,. :....3 X X ,Q , x k - .f....X,.XX: if . 5 Q? Q X x X 14 4 7 Vx 1 , A 3 fx Xa ' 69' X Q . 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Charlton ,iarlow PV' e Hmzdrecl Thirty-five One Hundred Thirty-six K oijapoz Alpha Foumieel, VVcz5hmg1f0n and Lee, 1865 COLORS Crimson and Qld Gold FLOWERS: Rose and Magnolia Burt Blackwell Ray Blair Dan Braden Hilton Brown Everett Crawley William Dering Louis Frazee Ed Goodin N O1-vin Green Leslie Hauger James Hughes VVilliam Keller John Moriarty Clifford Clark Walter Haynes BETA OMICRON CHAPTER Established, 1921 Joe Overstreet Joe Russell Jere Shaw Price Starks Burnam Taylor Smith Taylor Thomas Thierman Henry B. Waters Allan Watts Gibson Wigginton Charles VVillams Wallace VVilson Dr. Austin Middleton PLEDGES John Keisel Charles O'Connell Paul Semonin One Hum fred f1'lzi1't'z1-sewn 9 5. T 5' Qs H 4, X Q 1 4 ,ay ,. 459' 1 Q Q ff 5 4 F' : - 4 ': j I Z 5 4 E- , , ' , , w ,, 2 v f ' Ar . ,. -:-ar.. ' -4:44 yy " - :-- 1 ' . .ww -,424 , ,fy ,.:.,.-.4 . My-A 41- 4 . g. ..4.,,,,-,..ff. 4.,.,., ,W N, ., 4 - . H ' '- 4 ' "'- 4 , J f' ' 4 L- "- 4' ' K ' ' 4 ' ' ,V VA - . 1 - ,. 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M + w A Q' f 1 ! , '5 4 , ,, ...,,,,,,-. if : ,sf .. we , bf' 4 , Q, V -4 ,Q ,N 5, A .-pe . 1, , 4 , 4 4 2 5 6 K ' 41525 fl g s N5 5 'Ek I ft 9 4 ax 4 A ., :Z ' ' -11.-y..3.f,1.-H, X 1 a W 4 X4 4 v f , ,4 4 Q, 4 -.y,.1s,' - ,. ..,. 4. s 2 P W f , '1:572'f2: Q' N. 'f .. "" , ,.,., if EI. 1-5' ' 21- '1"'rE1, Q., Q .1 f Y A , ,.,,, .sy I - 1 Delta Sigma Founded, Uiiifuersizfy of Louisville, 1921. MEMBERS Geo. W. Caspari John B. Wilkinson, Jr. Marcus G. Randall Leonard Pitchford Emile Pragoff, Jr. Carl Ousley Stanley Ousley Charles G. Brohm Edward H. Weber Marshall B. Espie Jack Emmick Clyde Miller Willard S. Sims James T. Robertson Edward Langan Gay D. Attkisson Bertram C. Van Arsdale John O. Gable, Jr. john A. Atkinson Donald Dotson M. O. Porter David Warren William Dennes Austin Drewry Otto Schumacher Edgar Craddock Edward Craddock Gradie R. Rowntree Tom Ford Robert Gatenbee Ernbert Rice Geo. T. Ragsdale John Hicks Ted Borgman Carl Jansing Richard McDanial Eugene Kremer Paul Moosmiller Charles Gaines Ford Fishback PLEDGES Robert M. K. Hazelett William A. Jenks Owen R. lVlanu, jr. William C. Conklin One Hun Charles E. Koch Arnold W. Weldon Raymond G. Miller James H. Somes I Thiify-nine 'ffhgav' - G If I X Q 1 E " ,Y f Y. 7 I fi I I 4 9 x A 1 , . 9 N IM X W ' , am..-,...f.Zf ,1v , S I X 'YL fx X Q 4 X , 'W 'Qc ' f -V" -' 5:-" i5"f42: '-'Wflwz -- A2235 .- "Yu" 5:73:70- S' A .' 1- . ZL .'E1 E:' 4' ' , L5 1 ' ' YA .5-mv, -f 92:5-.. :sz x - aizzrmr'-f .12-awk . . swfaz:-1: 'z1:::., 9' .-.-335235251 'S 525 " ' 1 'Z WG-Y - I 2 1' 'if' 1 if 7. 553' '. " -6352 5 , ' - , N., t. , is W .W .,.. . , ,. 12' far-f . L. f:2.s1e.,-, my . M ' ffifxl'-.:-: sw- ,. , ' . -f---- Nqgfgg - Z -, . ,, . ., 1. ,wp yi.. Ng - . ., 1 ,M ' - V , G '1-1f"'- -' tif, - ' ' ' ' ' M - , S 4, LSR . ' Qu... 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De Pree Harvey -Ielfries Charles Spencer Ray Schantze George Hall Richard Elsler QLawD 730 William Prettyman Norman Jordan Maddox Parmalee Irvin Schreiber Burton Libbey Stuart Earl Lampe CLawD M. A. GRADUATE C. B. Seidel One Hunclrerl Fo fly-one . -5533- . ' W f-bf V Q, ,,A, . 546. ' ,- - HQ ' "f ' - - . ' '- ,4 A -'kghh -- WR --5:-an - ig: ' fi' fb .. l A. . , ' A ,z"s.a2:i:: fx . ' , 1 51 ii,2'3g1gZLff5"1g'f , . , - H P v--Q 2 ' ' f "LJ: I n 1:1-xik. 21. . 1 if-' .. W '- :'-.Cm V ,Fggg1:.,- 1 :auf Q .' Q.-5g,:,:., .gg:s':,igg-Q . - ..., .1 fk ., - 1 -, 1 - V .mf . -- X, - .bgh xgz - -x -1 A, Aw' .. . 3 .,:g:::1 J , f ' , .4842 - 115, , 1 ,ff-' 4- ,,' ,g '46 , , qc g:F?y'- j' , fc ' ".,QME qriflii. 9:3852 Ef?"i1E!1E 'viii-2923-sf .F YU" ' , .K . ' Q " . - :gg 1' -' -2. Wi? K "'f'?'1,-1-i'252.i5S'5'-.-QI 'I:125:2f:':", 1Vf"E'i?i'75fQWI, 'Q rzla- 1 ' 4:-1 - ' K -1: fa . ' gg 1 N. m f '-:rev lf. K i - ' A' ' Pe.-f 1..s:. ., ' X A . 2 ' ' -"' M , Qlsfz 'E-1' 1" . 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Ernst Allen Smith Cecil Harvey Charles Deibel One Hmzclred Forty-four 32 -.-ffzf ' " 94 251 4 fir 4 , . 4 'Lff i a ' ,, X xv -' x"Q', ""' 1- ' . -:Z P -1 ' Sigma Upswllom Honorary Literary Frczternify EMBLEM: The Scarab I ! 5" if' rnhfglli .2 ,- ,QM ' re ' A .V "" . f 1 f 4 f NTHOR mm, 5? ,,,,, f fr 6, 1 2 E65 iid 44. Cf., rg? x I f f si 1"f-My .., ,W 4 fr Q'r 1 Ji V4 ff f 4 Z, rr W iw., 1 " , K f f mf LDUISVILLE LANTHORN C-HAPTER john W. Rogers Daniel H. Thompson Fred Harlow Calvin Gray Lawrence Howe One Hunflrerl Forty-five William Clarence Ford Smith Taylor David Gray Poston Louis B. Salomon Dr. Earl B. Fowler One Hzmclred Forty-sim The Engineering Soevzlety ef the Speed Sevzientrrjiie Sehool Organized November II, 1924, with the purpose of creating and de veloping an interest in engineering problems and developments OFFICERS Raymond C. Schnurr ....,r....,.... President Edward H. Carter . . .... Vice-President Clarence A. Wright . . . ....... Secretary Charles E. Russell . . . .....,.. Tfeaswfef' Dean B-. M. Brigman ....,..... Faculty Adfuisof' MEMBERS Charles LaMar M. O. Porter, jr. Kendall E. Trautwein Theodore Borgman Raymond C. Schnur Robert E.. Martin Joseph S. Overstreet Joseph P. Baldez Eugene Fields Thomas VV. Talcott Charles E. Russell Herman Fruechtenicht M. Barnett Davis One Hand red F John Ballway john F. Willis Harry W. Groot Stanley B. Osborne Robert O. Metzner Thomas M. Davis Clarence A. Wright Clyde jones Edwin F. Franz Edward Carter Bernard Levey, Jr. Dean B. Brigman orfy-sever ! 3554 2 , X YR A Q? 22 X' 32" Q if ' 2 , wx f 55 v , , K 43 M f . X 7 5 , ? 3 Q X W X L f X : ff ' x c 3 x I ui Y' r .cwfm Y K4 x , X Q W X 9 'SN'- ' , , Wa , X, 4, 1 ,A 3 Y x Way. , f f 1 aff J if 9 l g' if -:f"?5ff,, ' W d, Q5gg::1 ,, . , -1 ,, . V 2 ? ,,1:, 2232553 , 4 . . 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Its purpose is to promote the highest ideals of the school and to bring about complete harmony and understanding between the faculty and the student body. Chi Mu represents the highest type of manhood, and all its members have distinguished themselves in some field of endeavor on the University campus. MEMBERS Dan Braden . . ....,...,P1fe5ia'fe'nt Clarence Judah . , . . . .V'ive-Presiulenz Embert Rice . . . .... Secretary Fred Koster . . Norvin Green Billy Keller George Caspari Eddie VVeber jim Blackerby Lois Soloman M. O. Porter, Smith, Taylor Price Starks Emil Pragoff Ted Borgman F. 0 ne . . . , . . . .T1f.ea51,L1'e1' Harvey Mayhall Pres. George Colvin Dr. L. Patterson Dr. Louis Gottschalk Prof. VV. B. Wendt jack Gable Uncas Miller Charles O,Connell C. Robinson Leslie Hauger Clarence Ford Hundred Forty-ozine One Hundred Fifty Sophomore Keys Delta Chapter CoLoRs: Blue and Gold. 'F HE f'Keys," an honorary sophomore fraternity, was installed at the University of Louisville on March 20th, I926, by the Kentucky Alpha Chapter of Kentucky State University. The criterion of this fraternity is integrity, scholarship, and active inter- est in college life. Its purpose is to se.t a standard of scholastic endeavor in the University, and to establish a friendly relationship between the differ- ent fraternities. It is, therefore, composed of the most outstanding men in the sophomore class. MEMBERS John Atkinson Calvin Gray Austin Drewry Lawrence Howe Marshall Espie John Moriarty Tom Ford Jim Tom Robertson Wallace Wilson One Hundred Fifly-one On e Ifundo-ecl Fifty-two Panhcllenic Virginia VVatts ,4..... Alice Livingston Bowie Mildred Hall ,,,.., Esther Jacobson . . , SIGIVIA KAPPA Daisey Plingst . Marie Cross PI BETA PHI Virginia VVatts A Katherine Twyrnan BETA SIGIVIA Alice Bowie Annie Ferry EPsILoN OMEGA Lillie Mae Corn Mildred Hall PHI ALPHA Henrietta Zellner Esther Jacobson One Hunflrwl Association , , . . . .Presiafent . I , ,Vine-Pfesiciem' . . . . .Sewfermfy , . . .T1'eaz5u1fe1' DELTA PHI EPSILON Esther Liebschutz Dorothy Sokolow THETA PI Elizabeth Nall Mildred Franz PHI SIGMA THETA Katherine Lewis Esther Ritter PSI DELTA Ollie Mae Dabbs Martha Kennerly ZETA DELTA PI Ethel VVeeter Virginia Keyer Fifly-III ref' ,N fx Q v X C., X X f 4 Q: - X ' 'X 5. -- J ,. , 'X 1 X ' KW e 'N , , gn X 9 v A x 'EX X X . Q? ws si ,J gg? M .. Q, " 2,f'f'fFF?'f:?fw- ,192 322 ,.i-'1f5,5132f' 12:2 X F 3 - Q pw .:-1 1- , - MTX N Q X - f X-.X QR sfss 5 - f ":?5'5fe? f ' ' X4-:H Q' - ,-iq: . Xswm 1 xii, L: f f X 'Q X a in fi: f ::523e,55'i:? xg' wmv A .,,.. 4,.,. , , .,., , MS , gg: X I 5 I wx zz U- ' X X ZX W if x A? 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Clarence Bachus Lucille Neurath Verna Ruth Buyer Daisy Pfingst Pearl Carter Olivia Pragolf Mary Nell Chandler Alma Reuther Marie Cross Elizabeth Mclntosh Dorothy Baringery Geraldine Violette Lucille McRae Virginia Sweatt Nona West PLEDGES Elizabeth Seay Mary Pfingst One Ilzznclred Fifty-five One Hun drefl Fifty-sin: Pri Beta PM Fozmclezl zzz lllonmoullz College, lllonmoullz, Illinois, Apfil 52.8, 1867. COLORS: VVine and Silver Blue. FLOWER: Wiiie Carnation KENTUCKY ALPHA CHAPTER Mildred Allen Helen Anderson Elizabeth Bullock Margaret Chambers Frances Lee Day Elizabeth Eble Gladys Friend Ruth Glover Mildred Goodwin Madge Hauger Anna Mae Kirn Frances Mann Eleanor Mullaii Helen N old Margaret Hill Nord Mary Agnes Shay Elizabeth Trawick Katherine Twyman Virginia Watts Josephine Warner Betty VVOOden PLEDGES Mary Reuter Gates A Barbara Olive One Louise Smart Hundred Fi .fly-xewzz, One Hundred Fifty-eight Theta P72 Offgcmized, September, 1925 COLORS: Rose and Gray lylildred Akers Alyce Burrel Loraine Cuneo Marguerite Dalton Elizabeth Diecks Thelma Dolan Margaret Ford Mildred Franz Maisie Grisanti Ruth Higgins Virginia Higgins Thelma Ford FLOWER: Delphini um MEMBERS Dorothy Lindsay Marcella Manemann Cora Lee Marmor Roma Mather Elizabeth Nall Louise Page Elise Parsons Nell Wash Mary Elizabeth Whitehead Esther Truman Gladys Zoeller PLEDGES Helen Fausel One Hzznflred Fiflif-nine 1256 MMQFX Q Q 614 . 1" "' " ' 51183325 -N , Q 4 wx ' ..,v:.:.-:- -f , W-ex-sz: ..g.::g5g43. --yd:-Q , NYM . 59 :22 M .. x,.,4:? .. N .. 12' I ...I ,Q x 1 One Hundred Sixty COLORS: PM Alpha Organized Maf'c!z 14, 1925. Coral and Silver Henrietta Zellner Esther Jacobson Margery Weiiiberg Hazel Steinberg Sayde Jean Koppleman ,U ,,.. .-, ..,.. -J, - FLOWER: Blanche Steinfeld Ida Glaclstein Jean Newburger Pearl Goodman Lillian Berman In Memoriam ESTELLE KOPPLEMAN f One Hunflrefl Sicviy-one Carnation One H1171 fired Simty-two Psi Delta Organized October, I925 V COLORS: Crimson and Silver. FLOWER: Red Ros Ollie May Dabbs Miriam Heymanii Elizabeth Kendall Diana Kennerly Anna Mae Martin Margaret Pezold MEMBERS Freda Prosser Alleen Owsley Pereira Rankin Mary Catherine Ryan 'Helene Sthuhrrian Marian Young PLEDGE Irma McKinley 0110 H ll I1 fired Sixty-H1 ree 5 One H1mdred Siarty-four PM Svigmoa Theta Organized, I 925. COLORS: Peachblow and Shetland Blue FLOWER: Mrs. Ward Rose I MEMBERS Winona Albrecht Rosabel Mead Charlotte Calilf Elinor Parker Elizabeth Freeman Esther Ritter Edna Scott Johnson Naomi Sengel Katharine Lewis Marguerite Threlkel Caroline MeDonogh Jean VVood Agnes Mead Virginia Woodson PLEDGES ' Irene Gardner Nlary Esther Wallace Ona Hundred Si.z-ty-five V-, N W- ,fra I -V fx-1 , .Z' S' -25:14 wi. . ,V - . - 15'-fj A-.V.V. ..:V: - - , X., - V.-tw 'z.z. V: -- . ., . , V V. fsf- me-b rp.:g.::-.Eg M, ,. 4- 4.-V: W .. . ,.'E5: .1. :mr-V6-E' : '- - .. 1. V 1 ' .r.Vs:a:. E22 'Z 2:-M fl 1537 f -e:f5gV..f1. , 'war V 'swim Q, . 5 Y lt' . 4:x- 1:2222 ' I g'iggVeV" 15? . 'f:--fs5:.- X' 3 15:52.-: . ' as 'V .2 5, V ' 2: ,. ,g..: f-2' .:V. :- . ' ger m. ::V:' ,f1 , 535: ' JE AL ' ,: ., 1322. .' 7 " " ' ' E21 "" X' 'P ga-: . -, , ,. -, . ' V' " ' " iz, ' .K A : wif-.: 2953, ,,1gm5,1 ' JV., r' 'VV .,,. ,fv'V'V-2:,::Ve, .. ' V122 - ,V V- ... 'flrg f ' is s. .. . ' , . T' ,yy 1 . N 4 ,. 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Yf'i5'2vGEibw V f' 'fimi' , A :om V W.-.M .V . ,.,,--L-QW.-,-, , .vyw x , - LQ? if , 5 ' 4- ifr- One Hundred Siruty-sim Zeta Delia pl: Founcird December Iii, 192 5 COLORS-Burnt Orange and Brown FLOWER-Calendula. - NIENIBERS Anna Lawrence Kaye Antionette Pfeffer Elva Rabuck Mary Eugenia Hubbard Ethel Weeter ' Mary Jo Godfrey Virginia Keyer Frances Kennerly Ruth Keller Maurine Green Ann Hathaway Ball Sue Frances Perry Marjorie Thurber Estelle Poindexter Virginia Leigh Mildred Gsburn . Edith VVilson Virginia Becker Sally Kate jones PLEDGES Martha Zabel Caroline Nestele Gladys McDonald One .Hundred Siarty-xcziezz O11 e Ilmzrlred Sirzxty-eight P Delta PM Epsvilnm Foumled zz! New York University, Zllarclz, IQI7 - lnstalled at University Of Louisville, February, 1927. COLORS: Purple and Gold. PUisL1OATiON: The Delta Phi Epsilon OMICRON CHAPTER Esther Liebsehutz Devora Shaffet Beatrice Moseson Gladys Passamaneck Dorothy SO1cOlOW PLEDGES Fannie Goldstein Sadye Kleinman One IINIIIIVPII Simfy-ni: elm, , . ,:, 4-HQ Q' Q 5255122 4- 15 1- -f if ' -l? i' fit .4 - - M-4-rx. na: -. zz. if' 2- ,fy , Q 1 ' ' 4 1 .5 5 Q, JL N Q Af 1 1 W 4? ,,,. One Hundred Seventy Epsilon Umegoa Organized October, I Q2 I FLOWER: Violet COLORS: Violet-Blue and Green MEMBERS Ruth Bartle Elizabeth Beers Ruth Bye - Ethyl Burger Mary Adeline Clayton Rae Conrad Lillie Mae Corn Beatrice Diedrich Dorothy Fleischman Mildred Hall Nectar Kazanjian Heleii Kerrick Nell Kimbrel Ivy Loehner Minnie McCallum Marianna McLellen Mildred Ray Eloise Roulston Ruth Slack Ruth Springer Alice Thompson PLEDGES Helen Carraro Clarice Keightlcy Om Hundred Seven Myrtle Schmidt Nell Easley fy-on 0 f 1 , L ' 7 gijrfgz' - Beta Sigma Orgcmized April, IQZI COLORS: Purple and White. FLOWER! Chrysanthemum MEMBERS Alice Bowie Annie M. Ferry Eleanor Dalrymple Estelle Ogle ' Frances Dunlap Lucy Farmer Pfau PLEDGES Lillian Earley Martha Summers One Hundred Seventy-two .1 Af.. V., "ea, , 5 ' 'Z' 'lv fhxg 'Ni' 1- H 59 . as 1 ' X , ,.V. A . s 1, E ,, . . r ' 3 , ws? w . , 1 -A , vwxfu, f .6 .I 2 -V'-- - A I, V4 ' -iv , gli .. Ab X ,L ., ,J - f . ra 1:9 f -,qi 1 uf ' ' 0:5 t' . "' :C :aus - ' f' . -i -' Y f - ' W I X ,. az . V . K' A ' ' f-1-iaM-a g- V asf? .. - V , , ,2 , .-, -1 L W - , 4 . .,.. - .. .,,1 N, .,.:, Q , , fcv. , , '7Z:3,1, fe - ri .. if , ., ' . .T ama 'Z Y . "' F:33f:7'i:filfE2?' ' ii ' -' LE'5..ff L' 4' rn if J ' W n ' f '15 1 uh R V ' "" ' , '. - - " - -qv -fm' v' ' ' .iw ' 4- K . ' ' ' " We 'I' , , ,N M . Pi gamma Mu Installed 1926 Pi Gamma Mu is a national political and social science fraternity OFFICERS Clarence Judah ........,,.. A...., P resident Elizabeth Beers ..,. . . .V'f66-p7'6JiLZBF!l Harry Hartkemeier . . 4.,...l . . ,.S'ec.-Tffeczs. Embert Rice ...,. . . .Program Chairmazfz Paul L. Benjamin Beatrice Deidrich Alice Gossett Hendon M. Harris William Jester Sara Landau' Freda Prosser Smith Kerr MEMBERS Hugh Sutton Gradie Rowntree David Warren Everett Haydon Vernon Lopp Daisy Pfingst Verna Ruth Buyer Elizabeth Nall Dr. Austin Middleton Dr. George Moyer Ono H-undrecl Sffvenly-lhree Tlte Alumni Assootioutionq of the Umtoorrslly of Lotllsrorille N March 15, 1927, was held the first meet- ing of the Alumni Association of the University of Louisville. This Association comprises the grad- uates---nearly eight thousand in number-of all the School within the University, namely, the Col- lege of Liberal Arts, the School of Law, the School A of Medicine, the School cf Dentistry, and the Speed Scientific School. At this meeting was elected the first Board of I V. Directors, who are as follows: ' HERBERT F. BOEHL, President, School of Law DR. GARLAND SHERRILL, Vice-Prcfirlerzt, School of Medicine DR. W. W. RIVERS, Vice-Prcxiflolrt, School of Dentistry MRS, ROBERT L. JOHNSTON, Vice-Prcriflcrrt, College of Liberal Arts W. PRATT DALE, Vice-Prexiflerzt, School of Law JOHN E. HELLER, Secretary, College of Liberal Arts HUSTON QUINJ Tfreruurcr, School of Law DR. JOHN T. O,ROURKE, Director, School of Dentistry LEONARD C. BRECHER, Director, College of Liberal Arts DR, O. B. CooMER, Director, School of Dentistry DR. EMMET F. HORINE, Director, School of Medicine DR, PHILLIP BARBOUR, Director, School of Medicine DR. W. M. RANDAI,L, Director, School of Dentistry MRs. ARQH HERZER, Director, College of Liberal Arts THOMAS, A. BARKER, Director, School of Law DR. WILLIAM B. DOHERTY, Director, School of Medicine GRACE E. WATSON, Executive Secretary, College of Liberal Arts In addition to the above there is a Council-at Large, composed of sixteen non-resident graduates of the University of Louisville. ln unity there is strengthg and it is the purpose of this unified Association to stand squarely behind the University of Louisville in every way that Will contribute to its welfare. And it is to you-the Graduating Class of IQZ7 -imbued with the ardor and eagerness of youth- that the Alumni Association looks for that element of enthusiasm without which no organization can be a success. Do not fail usg but rather by your active participation in all Alumni Association acti- vities prove your devotion to your Alma Mater. i One Hundred Severn ty-four Patterson Literary Society T HE Patterson Literary Society, organized in October 1926, has for its object the pursuit of literary subjects in their broadest sense and the development of self expression. ' During the past year the Society has had very interesting programs and some excellent talent has been discovered. Any member of the University who is interested in the object of the Society is eligible for membership. OFFICERS Dan Braden, President Clarence Judah, Vice-Ptesitient - Esther Ritter, Sec.-Treat. Dan Thompson, C httifmcm P1'og1'tzm Committee MEMBERS Ruth Anderson Carolyn Baumer Alice Bowie Mildred Davis Annie Ferry E. V. Goodin Calvin Gray john Hicks Marshall Hunter Esther Jacobson Edna Scott Johnson Fred Karem Leoida Kaufman Nectar Zazanjian Elizabeth Keith Nell Kimbrel Katharine Lewis Katherine Little Marianna McClellen Sarah Micon Elizabeth Nall Sue Frances Perry William Ray George Ragsdale Embert Rice Henry Sageser One Hu n 17 rad S0'L'0lIf.If-f'iZ'8 Ruth Springer Ann Stoll Smith Taylor Mavis Walker N. R. Thurman Gllie May Dabbs Martha Kennerly Marian Young Anna Mae Martin Dorothy Fleischmann Aubrey Cotes Melville Hosch X , F .. M. V -1 ...za . . YN ' Mai. 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V, , '- "" V V pzsw w ':,,, ..,m gf- V .1, I J - M-' : ' ki- 1" .f Q at ..,.,,l- ff' 1 a.. - ,QV ' ' Q,-4. 7 -:f 25,1 Azfszxkssp., V , f::43z.-.rV'-P.:V -V -' ' - , -V- 1, -2 gay- L L . X 515- ""T ' :V V1 " ' , j.. EZZVQZL ' '. 7 Gwen. - f- , . -:.,.f 1 1, Qmlusw, V.-f,. A V .-:-A".:V- ' ai- .' :bf One Hzuzclred Seventy-sin: CM Sigma Delta Literary Society Anna Ball Gene Bumgardner E. E. Cassell Margaret Chambers Wlilliam Colvin Marguerite Dalton VVilliam Dering Beatrice Diedrich Leola Ditto Thelma Dolan Margaret Ford Frances Dunlap Madge Hauger Leslie Hauger Ruth Higgins Adams King Mary Kirchdorfer Augustus Koop Virginia Keyer Frances Mann VVendell Mayhall Vililliam McCleese Barbara Olive Estelle Poindexter Mildred Ray Ruth Robinson J. H. Rompt Alice Scott Mary Agnes Shay Gladys Shields Martha Summers Katherine Twyman Betty Wooden Eleanor Dalrymple Dr. Austin Middleton One I.'I1llIlZI'f'd Sl"L'!'I1fy My Q:-Q , - , .AM-X -4 V .-..x-,532 . . N ff 1 4 v 1 i i w I Z , y 33 0 QQ A 1 , f Q x wx V ,v 4 N S Xaxgwa, 1 x Z, X . ,.... ,Q -- 4 x il 'fiwen' xg 4 6 af Q X? BP 3:55. One Hundred Seventy-eight : , D Y Y N 'P , . - -..... x. , , Yi' 4' x a , 4 X " X x Q L . .., .. 4- 4 1 lx K 55' xxq f A , 'fri . . 4 X . ,V N ' V N K X , X 7 J I . A Y Sie.. ,. ,N we-: 51, ' 12' T . , I iii 41125: -, -Qg. ' " J' 'W' ? 1 Q Q 1 YR K X C as ,Q A X4 1 X x Kev , X K QQ ig an :gl . 'M 03525 '53 55 : -Q T " I Q xx ' ' 7 "Q X 2 3 A ,I 4 Y X4 q,33,K,.,.,X U, - Af,i...i,, QQ.. ,:-iw ., H ., ' 4 :sm , .wa Y ' 1,1 W V' N I rw N 'CX 6 A - -1 :W 0 ,Q ,.A,,.,. .hx if 'fx X X 5+ X 4 , Chemistry Climb Dr. A. W. Homberger ' Sam Adair ' Elizabeth Adams VVinona Albrecht Adeline Clayton Lucille COX Charles Deibel Bertha Finger Mary Joe Godfrey Cecil Harvey Antoinette Hubbuck Elizabeth Kendall Alberta Knoop Paul McAfee Virginia Leigh Marvin McNaugl1ton Dr. R. Kaufman Mildred Osborne Allen Owsley Gladys Passarnaneck Antoinette Pfeffer Emile Pragoff Elva Rabuck Ulmer Resch Adolph Rebernok Giles Seward - Virginia Lee Smith Dorothy Sokolow Ruth Springer Jean Wood G. W. Schimpiic George Barnett One Hzmclrefl Seventy-nine "' ' . - , L ff . - ,h r ff: xg in ' if ...Q , . , C W .. .,7' . I w Q M vb wa s .4 ,, . v .' . , 4 .S . ' . X ,, Q We ,,.,,,. , . .2 if 4, yy, fi, 9 Q ,W A Q I , . - Q,-ef1.1-:..fa1f:1 1- 1' .,:1v:M'f' 1' -A-.1 3 , .... if. "- qgsj 1 X We 'X -5 . f Q, X 4 X A ' ' ec -V ff 2 A wc. gan. f' . fs ., MSS, . , 31 .72 'l .W W ...f 5 ig! 33? . ,. . ,. Y ..,. ,,.....,,. .... ..., ,.,.,, . 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A . . .Faculty Adwiyof' Alberta Knoop Marcella Nlanemann Antoinette Pfelfer Louise Page Mary Nell Chandler Mary Jo Godfrey Lucille COX . Mildred Volpert BMX Eble Gladys Zoeller Mildred Fran Mildred Goodwin Gladys Gilligan Virginia Higgins Antoinette Hubbuch Elizabeth Kendall 01111 I lunflrwl Eiyl Rae Conrad Ruth Slack Hazel Steinberg Jean VVood Mary Elizabeth VVhitehead Elva Raebuck Evelyn Meuser Ply-our 1 4, x I' Q , , xr. -" f " 7119 3 'Q ' X 'x -M Q 5 1 aa ' M Q, 4 9 4, I 4 QM J . Q, 2 ic! 7' . wsfsslfz. 5 . ,ifiil ' ' f.. , . ff I Q ,vw ' A . 'W iz, D 1 4 +55 I fx .fi A5514- .Na M' 5 M A X 3- ,- W J Z , ,f 2 7 ,gg 1 W, . .N 2 v . rag ,, , . ..,. , . ,7 f is ,. v Q, 1 ' , 3 f 5 M ' 6. 'S ji? 3: M -4F5:5f?'-'W ,-,- Q' . '55, ...,,, . .QM - 2 -i':sia52,a:+2:.-1-E:is:-f Aw-rf 2.-2: 11, 1-sr: -I":2Q:'I, 55227 .1 :QAQZC A f X ' ,Q Q 3 W, fx 1 fs 3 5. ff X X y y ig he , H. N 'wx 5 ' . 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WOMEN'S STUDENT GOVERNMENT ASSOCIATION Elizabeth N311 Olivia Piagoff Mildred Franz Virginia Mullan Eleanor Mullan Mary Reuter Gates Annie Ferry Virginia Sweatt Gladys Friend One Hundrezl Eighfy-three Unwitoersity of Louisville Bond VVylie B. Wendt Jack Gable . . . Samuel Adair Ollie M. James DIRECTORS ROLL . . .Trombone T ........Corne1 Drawn Ma7'of' Cecil Harvey ........ C Zarinef Fred Karem ..., ...Hfllzo Albert Stoner ..... ..... B ass Newman Thurman ...... A Zio Norman Baron Amos Benjamin Edgar Craddock Charles Denzler Louis Engleman H. Fruechtenicht . . . .Saxophone . . . .Saxophone . . . . . .Clarinet . . . .Trombone .......Co1'net . . . . .Bafitone Harry Curri VX alter I-Iaynes .i...... Dffunzs John Hicks ...,..., Saxophone Lloyd Hillenbrand. .Saxophone Ben amin Horton ..... C ornet Lawrence MCNRLlghfOH , Drums Authur O'Toole Resch, Henry , . Embert Rice . . John Rompf . . . Edward Schnaus Chester Seaton Robert Troxler Saul Waxman . 0110 Hfunzlred Eighty-four . . . . .Clarinet . . .Clarinet . . . .Drunzf .Saxophone . . . . .Baritone ..,....Corne1f .. .Clarinef .....Alto C Uuizuersity of Louvisuille Meu's Rjle Club Louis Baer R. T. Ballard VVm. O. Biggs Byron Bizot A. B. Bowyer L. M. Buckner E. H. Carleton A. Y. Covington Chas. A. DeVVitt E. G. Ditch G. L. Dunnahoo Chas. C. Frehse J. A. Gellrich J. R. Gott K. N. Gould Garland Graham Joe Gross S. Hathaway E. B. Hatler D. E. Hill R. F. Hollis S. E. Johnson S. I. Kornhauser T. LaMotte V. O. Lopp Jesshill Love H. W. Mayhall Clayton Mayo Paul McAfee J. VV. Miller A. B. Morgan M. Morgenstern Carlisle Morse L. J. Motyca E. V. Nutter Paul Richardson L. Rothman Grady Rowntree R. D. Sanders Gaithel Simpson Virgil Skaggs J. Smith C. L. Southey H. Strandskov N. R. Thurman VVm. Trepalc B. C. Van Arsdale C. A. VVathen J. H. VVarner R. L. VVilson University of Louisville Qvirlls Rifle Clula Elizabeth Beers Virginia Higgins Charlotte Califf Mrs. L. A. Johnson Mrs. S. Hathaway C. Keightley Margaret E. Harper Anna L. Kaye Ruth Higgins Elise Parsons One Hzlnelrerl Eighty-f?z'e Esther Ritter Laura Van VVinkle Nell Wash Ethel VVeeter The Cardinals C0-directors: Wallace Wilson and Charles O'Connell John O. Gable John Chilcutt Walter Haynes George Goering Francis Wathen Albert Schroeder Joe Anderson F. X. Schuler, Jr. Eugene Tilfrey 0 The Cardinals, well known dance and radio artists, have gained great popularity in the University. This orchesra has played for the majority of the campus dances, and has furnished delightful music for several of the Players' productions. A series of dances given by the Cardinals added to the gaiety of the social season. One Hundred Eighty-six PM Mm gamma Immlled, May, I 927. Helen Anderson Alice Bowie Clarice Bacchus Margaret Chambers Thelma Dolan Annie Ferry Gladys Friend Mary Reuter Gates Ruth Higgins Esther Jacobson Annie Mae Kirn Frances Mann Elizabeth Nall Barbara Olive Rose Padgett Olivia Pragoff Esther Ritter Catherine Twyman Virginia Watts Henrietta Zellner One Hundrecl Eighty-seven 49 9 k SCH M O 'POETEEJQX ilL,LErAve IT ToYoo I-EIAVE IT Ta YOU 'cLrzvzeuoE reno THE 'IDEVILJS' 'FREL K r1Rff"'K,f 2 . . , - ff Z ah FOOTLIGHT CLUB One Hfunclred Eighty-eight University of Lewisville Players Embert Rice .............Q..,..... Presiileizi Leslie Hauger . . . .... Vice-Pifesiileiil Esther Jacobson . . . ....... Seeremify Ethel Dupont , . . . . .Tifeamieif Boyd Martin ,..,..,...A....,...... Director S HADES of black cats and horse-shoes! No longer can it be claimed that thirteen is an unlucky number, for I think that Mr. Martin and the University of Louisville Players have disproved this popular fallacy by the success of the past season. That it was a triumph is undeniable, from the first to the last production-lovely settings, convincing characterizations and excellent direction mils: result in a successful season. This past season was the second in the new Playhouse and the Players, having become fully acclimated, settled down to prove that the faith the University placed in them was justifiable. Not only did Mr. Martin suc- ceed in producing George Bernard Shaw's Revolutionary play, The Dewilif Disciple which would have ordinarily been considered ambitious enough for the big play of the year, but he materialized a thirteen year old dream and gave to us his conception of Romeo iziiil Juliet, and by so doing, made the town "sit up and take notice." The season was opened by Mai'y the Tliiiul, with Frances Mann, Vir- ginia VVatts and Frances Lee Day in the roles of the three Marys. The play, which was a convincingly modern little drama, dealt with the younger generation and their groping for the kind of freedom that can never be entirely achieved. In this production Virginia Watts gave a particularly finished performance, lending to the part much poise and grace. Paul Druien was the hero and in the cast were several other players of note. The Dewillv Disciple, a costume play of the Revolutionary period, was a remarkable production. It called for several different settings and scenes With "extras" John Watkins in the title role was ably assisted by Mary Reuter Gates and Melville Hosch. The play, as is usual with Shaw, eX- posed many of his own private ideas. This time he voiced his opinion of the Revolution and the manner in which it was carried on, placing these thoughts on the lips of General Burgoyne, played by Paul Briney with charming savior faire. The next production, Pll Leave If zo You, a clever little play done more simply in one set, furnished breathing space between the two biggest productions. No less acting was required, tho quite on the contrary. As Mr. Martin pointed out to the club at one of the Saturday meetings, it is the play that has no beautiful settings, scenery and costumes to help please the audience that is the most difficult to act. In this performance, Embert Rice, who shines in the role of an elderly man, portrayed the lovable old scapegrace of an uncle, who, by skillful stategy turned a family of attrac- tive young loafers into a group of successful young men and women. Helen Barbara Olive as the neice Whom Uncle Danny couldn't quite fool, was 0110 ll 1111 .'!l'l'll Eighfy-11 inc One If1l1lfl'I'0d Ninety excellent. There were several new players in the cast, including Thelma Dolan and Ethel Weeter who all show great promise. And then came the climax, when Mr. Martin, Anna Mae Kirn and Paul Druien reached the peak of their desires , Romeo and juliet burst upon an unsuspecting public and the public is still blinking! Not content to rest on his laurels won for him by The Deivillv Disciple, Mr. Martin concen- trated time and energy and loving labor on this stupendous production. And it is putting it mildly to say that the result justified his efforts. This produc- tion was under way even while PZ! Leave If 130 You was being rehearsed, so pretentious were the sets. Rollo Wayne, one of our alumni and one of Mr. Shuberts head scenic artists, came down from New York as heavily laden as the caravans of the East, bringing draperies and accessories to add the necessary, finishing touches. Back stage Leslie Hauger and his crew labored patiently, and the sale of tickets was so gratifying the cast played to six capacity houses instead of the four that were originally planned. Is it not inevitable that with everyone'siheart and soul wrapped up in it, the production would be a beautiful and stupendous thing? To say that Paul Druien as Romeo and Anna Mae Kirn as Juliet gave a performance unequaled in professional circles would not be o-ver rating their abilities, for they transcended mere acting and lived their parts. Those who read Mr. VVallace's editorial in the Times may remember his timely remark about the love scenes. He maintained that when two young people can make love can kiss one another before an audience containing mothers, fathers, sisters, brothers, kinfolk and class-mates, and hold them so spell bound they do not even smile, much less giggle, they have been really act- ing. Melville Hosch as Mercutio ffwalked away" with several scenes, and others in the cast were, Rose Padgett, M. O. Porter, Betty Wooden, Otto Schumaker, Ed Goodin. The last production was Michael Flavin's delicate drama, Children of the Moon. The idea was decidedly original, and the whole theme treated in a delightful way. So subtly and gracefully was it constructed it took rare skill in interpretation to make the characters live, and it is a tribute to Mr. Martin's direction and the insight of the players that they succeeded so well. Helen Anderson as the young heroine and Embert Rice as the young aviator lover gave splendid performances. Billy Keller as the old grand-father who is a bit moon-mad and Betty Wooden as his daughter were also fine in their parts. Elise Parson, Carl Johannoboeke, Leslie Hauger and Paul Briney completed the cast. Five plays, each as unlike the other as possible, heretofore never pro- duced in Louisville, each a gem in itself, and Mr. Martin promises us that the fourteenth season will be even more impressive than the last one! We doubt the possibility of this statement, but we are open to conviction, and are waiting eagerly to see what further surprises are going to be produced from his magic bag of tricks. With the students behind him and the city watching him we expect great results. To many of us the Playhouse has become a place of undefinable allure. We hang about on week days and on Saturday come to see the English 50 plays produced. lt is the sort of place where dreams come true-dream on, Boyd Martin! One Humlrefl Ninety-one scgfvg I FROM "Mffv1c.K" " THE DEVIIJS 1v15csPLE One Hundred Ninety-two On e Hundrerl Nin ety-three 'WMARY THE , A TH1 rQD"'1 , SCENE FROM PYIQLL. LEIXVE. IT TO YOU' One Hunclred Ninety-four '79 'ES I '14 51 I ,iff 'E y 1, Q DJ y C 15' Qi lg I PTI 'E' N P 4 kSiFi2'J'-I-14125 I X V. .-. 'rg I r- .gl I n ur J, , ,,-I , I lI I ll Il. I I nn :I .I ,n. ln I ' 'Eli HH' " LIS v 1 1 If 1.1. ll!! I 5 Jgll ., .. 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T Mr. King, who has lost only two football games during his three year stay in Louisville, does not limit his endeavors to football but is equally prohcient in basketball, baseball and track. A school goes just as it's football teams go and that is the main reason for the phenomonal growth of the University. Until the advent of Tom King, the University was hardly known in the state of Kentucky and now it is recognized as a power in southern col- legiate circles. As time goes on better teams will be produced and so, likewise, will the school grow more prosperous and become better known. It is imperative then, that we do all in our power to help make not only good football teams but good athletic teams in general. These teams are our advertising agents, they carry the colors of the University into distant lands, and we are all aware of the advantages of advertisement. OGDEN The first game on the schedule for 1926 was with the Ggden College eleven, at Bowling Green, Kentucky. The paramount feature in this con- test Was probably the fact that any team which has the power to score 79 points to their opponent's none has great possibilities. This fact appears all the more remarkable when it is considered that the game was played on a muddy field and on enemy territory. From a narrative standpoint there is very little to be said. It was a game that the newspaper men love to refer to as a "trackmeet" and that word probably best describes the game. Perhaps five hundred students of the University accompanied the team on the trip and of course this turnout greatly enhanced their chances for victory. Two Hundred Fou r Q 21 ,rilififi af V-1-1: .Jas " , ' ' ' , ha W .... V .1 ' .wa ..,, za:-.rv 45 95,0 , -V. 4 ,U ml if v 9 V 1 Y , 95 fs Q P "L ,.fM,.a? . V. ' f- fran. - I 7 dye f 55 1 , f C KOSTER V if P ' . 4 ,H wg 1-2 . V V 1 44-Viiwfe V1-ea ' 1 may V , , Mita 5432 ,QQ V- 4 , ' . . W -V f ' gym? W 17:2 V 1V- V, , eiam, ,WY ZW H -3- peg A T V- f 'I 1 .-vi"E. r:4:'-HMQ7. I-fc. 'Q-QP' ' -' 1 1 f'7,4',' .' 2,9."7'x'f'.- ., 1 .- 1--ggffi ' gfef' 1:15 , EZVEQ' 1' 35'-1 :ai 1 fa MAYVHALL , A.V,Vv, i - Lw-'lsr ., -. ,ff ,.V.V V ,, W, ARNOLD ROSE POLY BLACKERBY On the following Saturday the Cardinals entertained the Rose Poly aggregation from Terre Haute, at Parkway Field. The home crowd Was treated to a very good game of football. The line charged fast and low, the ends tackled hard and viciously and the backfield gained the necessary yardage. As in the previous affair it would be impossible to single out any one individual and place him on a pedestal. The playing of every man Was most impressive. , , The Rose Poly team fought gamely but they were simply outclassed, they were playing a superior eleven and the score Was 49 to O in favor of the University of Louisville. ' ' Two Hundred Five lfaiivx 3 ' ,., - . nb- -1. ,L .,,,R.,. .s5 t 55 .T W 9. dry L.. :E X ,, 5?Xt... - Q f , - git: , '- A I 4 .22.1-if . , -6' , I ' s- ' . ' r . , A y I- 2 t WA.-2-', V: - - X: ., , -' -C vi, :MIK - ,, ,- 'I 1, . '- '- , .saggg my - ,. b 1 fy ,- M t ,, - -1,-g i. ka.,-,:. af . ,. .. -,A 1-, ., :mm .a , . . 'vs ' 1 " .- K ,E A, 4,3,, I .. 5.11.7 - - .,::::. X ,- - . :z Af., K , ,i J ROBERTSON BARNETT NACHARD PITCHFORD CENTRE ' The fourth opponent selected for the Cardinal Current was the much underated eleven from Centre. The game was played in Louisville, on the Hrst day of November, With the score, Centre 6, U. of L, O. Centre defeated us on a wretched afternoon on a field which was per- haps more appropriate for aquatic pastimes than for the great collegiate game of football. The defeat Was one of the most unexpected events in Southern football. It surprised everybody but the Centre football team and they are deserving of nothing but praise and glory. The diminutive Tom Ford was a terror to the opposition. He Was particularly adroit at the catching of passes. On several occasions ffjeff- eron" seemed to be headed for the enemy's goal, but always some unfore- seen obstacle appeared to hinder the advancement. - In the line the reliable James Thomas Robertson enacted his usual role Which is always the essence of destruction,- to the en-emy. He was mightily assisted by Ford Fishback and "Silent Bill" Kielkopf. Two Hundrecl Six ,, i fivsafns ie A -0- --'A ----- --V - 4--W L V. 1 1 A 1' " Q ., we if 2 '- -. 2 . ,- :.- -A ,nz '-7- . .M , is ,. a ,. ,W ,- . ,L ,,. - ,, A.,. ,. A , ,Q 75 is: " , f l. 415' 'K 6-sifift 2' f:3.2.' ' " ' " , ,. a. 2 s 4 . .W 1 .r ,- -,A 5-: t nm W-3, 2.3.39 , 5-7 an W 1 me 3 gjie 23. as r ,W ig? f v ,A:,,,. . I' 1 i , is 5 1 . a sw 4 ' uk ' Ha H F 9 gi? 9 5' 51 I mf an 1. - MM aww ,,. V Q sf mf f gg, sf f 4 I r aaa ' ff ' , 91, , K 4 ESPIE FUIZZOTTI FORD WESTERN STATE NORMAL The Cardinals had been defeated in their last two starts and they were now determined to avenge these defeats. Coach Ed. Didd1e's Western State Normal team was the opposition for the afternoon of November 8, at Parkway Field, and the score was U. of L. 21, Western IO. In the second period, however, a marveously well-oiled machine took the field and a remarkable brand of football strategy was exhibited. Mar- shall Espie was calling signals and the U. of L. come-back was due to his uncanny ability to outguess the other team. It was in this game that Marshall was injured, while blocking a 'Western State man. "Spade" Pitchford played his best game of the year on that afternoon. He was especially dexterous at catching passes and he gained many yards for the team in the exercise of that skill. V Pat Weber and Bill Kielkopf were the shining stars in the line. They were a tower of strength on defense and a terror to the adversary on of- fense. Two Hundred Seven A ' W e-' W . . 5 ---' V1-fr -. f Q -1 af. ea, ,inf V. f' , -. ' A .....,. ,.., . . A i. 3 .4 . . ' , , i ,W-H - 1 RANDALL FISHBACK DREWRY MILLER KENTUCKY WESLEYAN , Kentucky VVesleyan, the neXt victim to fall before the determined on- rush of the Cardinal Current, Was defeated at Winchester on November 16. The game was played on a dry field before a fairly large crowd and the final outcome was University of Louisville 25, Kentucky Wesleyfan 12. Fred Koster Was 'the Whole show' on offense. Fritz made all of the twenty-five points and Was equally good on defense. The playing of Jim Blackei-by and Harvey Nlayhall Was most outstanding. Harvey's line- plunges and Jim's remarkable generalship were praised on all sides. The playing of "Long George" Barnett Was the feature of the line. George performed as one inspired, he broke up passes, stopped Wesleyan runners before they started and Was a demon in giving interference on the offense. Two Huiwzclrecl Eight GAINES LANGAN KIELKOPF STARKS i MARSHALL 1 The "Big Greenv team from Huntington, VV. Va., graciously consented to furnish the opposition for the afternoon of November 20, and right Well did they enact the role of adversary too. , The Cardinal Current was now riding on the crest of a Winning streak and it Was their intention to keep on riding. The field Was fast and there Were some five thousand people Who turned out to see the last home game of the season. There Were no outstanding players in this game. The team played good, hard, co-ordinated football, the game Coach King had taught them. The score was 27 to 3 in favor of the University of Louisville. Two Ilzuzdrcd Nine WEBER ATKIN soN ERN sr ELSER SOUTHERN On Thanksgiving Day the Cardinals encountered the Southern College eleven of Lakeland, Florida. Surrounded by orange trees and flowers and aesthetic conditions in general, they emerged on the long end of a I3 to O score. The unaccustomed climate just about wrecked the Louisville machine and it was generally admitted that everybody was glad when the game was over. Thomas "Jefferson" Ford and f'Spade" Pitchford showed the Florida team enough football tricks to last them a life-time. It was in this game that Fred Koster got the necessary points to place him in the lead as the nation's highest scorer. ' The work of Ted Borgman, student manager and also his assistants Bill Dennes and Eddie VVeber is deserving of the highest praise. The Uni- versity of Louisville is very appreciative of the services which Ted and his asssitants have rendered. Two Hundred Ten C sT. XAVIER The third game o-n the program was played with the fast and famous St. X. team of Cincinnati, in Cincinnati on the afternoon of Saturday, October 16. It was a hectic affair from start to finish and it resulted in the first defeat of Tom King since his introduction to Louisville football fans. In the first half neither team was able to penetrate the iron-clad defense which was ever present. Shortly after the beginning of the second half, however, a St. X. back got away for a marker. It was not long before the Musketeers made two more touchdowns and the Cardinal gridders were somewhat bewildered. It was at this stage of the game that the Louisville team became des- perate, they were suddenly transformed into a pack of fighting demons and with a mighty exhibition of football strategy they scored a touchdown and kicked goal. But the game was not long enough, for soon the referee's whistle was heard and the final score was St. Xavier 20, University of Louisville 7. The playing of the whole team was impressive, but had it not been for the remarkable game of Captain Jake Daugherty the score probably would have been much larger in favor of St. X. Jake played end and it was very seldom that a Muskeeter gained around his side. His offensive work was also deserving of the highest praise. And as for our giant blond center, we Cardnal backers will ever be loud in our praise. jim Tom Robertson repulsed attack after attack with the strength of a Hercules and when the game was over he was as strong as the great rock of Gilbraltar. Robbie's playing was an inspiration, it was a personification of strength, ability and courage, although the team lost the game, the spirit which was so evi- denced by Jim Tom, and which was so characteristic of the team, made a most favorable impression on all who saw it. Letter Men, 72,7 Clarence Arnold "Fuzzy" Fuziotte John Atkinson Bill Kielkopf George Barnett Fred Koster jim Blackerby Ed. Langan Ted Borgman Harvey Mayhall Austin Drewry Unc Miller Dick Elsler Clarence Nachand Charles Ernst "Spade" Pitchford Marshall Espie -I. T. Robertson Ford Fishback Price Starks Tom Ford Pat YVeber Two Hundred Eleven omzljj aa.1amLL pa.ep'zmH .A Freshman Football T HE very fact that there was a freshman football team is of itself, indictative of the advancement of the University. Before the advent of Tom King, there was no such thing as freshman athletics. Now, however, we have a freshman coach and the first year men are able to participate in both football and basketball. "Cap" Kenzler, has the distinction of being the first frosh coach of the University of Louisville. "Cap" is a Purdue man. VVhile in that institution he played three years of football, basketball and baseball. From this record it seems as though he should know the game, and we might well satisfy ourselves as to that by looking over the record of last year's freshman football. The team played five games. They won three, tied one and lost one. But the record of games lost is not the cardinal obj ect of any freshman athle- tic team. The prime objective is always the developing of varsity material. If we use the playing of such men as Captain Sims, Tommy Thompson, Arnold VVeldon and Bill lVludd as a criterion, "Cap" has performed his task with the greatest dexterity and the varsity football's position in col- legiate competition is securely established. A The following is the result of last year's games: U. of L. Fresh. I2-K. M. I. O U. of L. Fresh. 27-Transyl. O U. of L. Fresh. O-Ky. VVeslyn. 0 U. of L. Fresh. O-Georgetown 7 U. of L. Fresh. I2+CCI1t1'C O The following men received their numerals: Bert Blackwell Jack Emmick Chester Seaton Conner Brown Bill Lowther VVillard Sims, captain H. H. Brown Ben McDonald , Al. Stoner Frank Cassell Gus Morguelan E. F. Struss J. Connelly Bill Mudd Tommy Thompson John Doll Horace Roth Charlie VVilliams Arnold VVeldon This opportunity is taken to thank Eddie YVeber, student manager of the freshman football team for his capable assistance and co-operation. Eddie's part was a material factor in the success of the team. Two H II nrlrwl Th ir! P fn Two Hundred Fourteen Wi 257' 5 -+4 HM BLACKERBY Varsity Captain I H rl Fifteen ' -, Q 1' Al L was .f ff 'X N. ffaftm fry Wt V Q Di g T gh, ,fy ix' if . , X Q,,-Wgjfk j i j j li 2 fx , X P, . .. 1 KV' lf ill 5 l 22 X? ,:rf4'X I 1 . "' ans ' f Q . g 'Un 3 - Z i t' K' x 7 2 .... . ff 5 i. fy ,,.. . l r fig? 1 1-f 'f ig iik he-J tx i 3 ',v'- w rzizf' DJ "1 ' 5 i '--' z Tx V' t 1 l ' S ' Q ' E JST' R I I i ,fb T . l H K .,.P ' . ,f 3 1 1 . f l ll it 3 wx it Z Q i I ,5 125' if-1 at S--f y ' gl, 5 "Tuff E ' at ,L ,..,V X"""" Q L-. ,, lf 1 5 lf if T li 1 ft Rib-53 i 57 3 L a in -' s I f ' - . V. T ' T 1' ,fq fff Q 2 ' 1 fest . f ' N . . f - 1 is ...uffe xiii Q i 1 3 t x NPN 3 . 4 X . a . lg., ri 4, W., ,X ',, W A, Basketball HE Cardinal basketeers started out the season in a most auspicious man- ner. They came out an unheralded team, but suddenly the report was broadcast about the South that a new champion had been found. And, in- deed, there was ample ground for this prognostication, for if ever a smooth, swift, well-oiled machine was seen it was certainly the University of Louis- ville's early season basketball team. But after the first few games the team slipped back to mediocrity with a sureness and swiftness that was bewildering. This decline has not to this day been explained to the satisfaction of everyone, but is possible that the conditions under which the team practiced were responsible for the sudden downfall since it had only seven hours of practice a week. The outstanding performance of Captain jim Blackerby was one of the pleasing features of the season. It took 'fBattling" Jim a couple of games to get started but after that there was no stopping. The playing of Fred Koster, high point man, and Eddie WTeber, runner- up, won the favorable comment of all who saw the games. George Caspari, Student Manager, performed the duties of his office in a most pleasing and satisfactory manner. The school recognizes this and thanks him for it. Letters were given to the following men: Jim Blackerby, Captain Ken- neth Brown, George Caspari, Student Manager, "Froggy" Craddock, Mar- shall Espie, Tom Ford, Fred Koster, Bert Libby, John Nloriarty, and Eddie Weber. Two H1111 rl:-011 Siu-fm n, Fresfwnan Basketball HE school was represented by a very good freshman team which for some unknown reason, just co-uldn't get going. SiX games were won and four lost, and when we consider the men who composed the team, this is not a very impressive record. But as has been said in previous pages, freshmen athletics are merely in the stage of organ- ization and when we consider this fact, the seasonal record was probably not so bad. 1 As in football much promising material was uncovered for next year's varsity, and of course, that is the main point. Most prominent among these menwere Clyde Miller, lanky center and basketeer de luxe, Gus Nlorguelan, who plays any position and plays it well, Abe Baer, who is a forward with few peers, and Charlie Spencer, who guard- ed the basketball throughout the season. This opportunity is taken to express the school's gratitude and appre- ciation to Dawson Attkisson, who was student manager. His valuable as- sistance and willing co-operation was a potent element in the functionings of the team. The following men received their numerals: Abe Baer, 'Win Fisher, Tommy Fitzgerald, VVm. Hargraves, Clyde Miller, Ray Schanze, Irvin Schreiber and Charlie Spencer. Two Hzzndred SC"Z'l'lIfl'I'lI .Boxing and Wrestling Coaches: Pete Bova Mark Randall, Manager Joe Columbo Bob Hazelett, Assixlanz Boxing Team Wrestling Team Newman Thurman "Bucy" Baron Ed. Mohler Ed. Dulaney VVendall Harris, Bob Curran "Nifty" Kelsall Marty Nlennen Ed. Hamrick Gus Straus Mark Randall Ed. Stanley 4 "Shorty" Barnett "Big" Stoner A LTHO the boxing and wrestling sports are yet in their infancy at the U. of L., they were given a good start by the earnest endeavor and show of ability of the men out for the teams this year. The first inter-collegiate match ever staged in this city was arranged be- tween our teams and the Centre College Boxing team and the Elk's Club VVrestling team. The meet was a success, especially from the spectator's stand point as all the matches, with the exception of one or two perhaps, were full to the brim of action and probably a little blood. The equipment of the sports is another incentive to the teams as it now includes nearly every thing a regular gym could wish for the advancement of these sports. This year, for the first time here, letters were awarded the men who by their earnest work and ability, deserved them. We look forward to a greater year during 1927 and 1928. Two Hundred Eighteen r f Verma Ruth Buyer Captain Two Hundred Nineteen omzllg hfgvzmrazkz !p9.op1m,H Qvirlls Basketball T HE coed live of the University of Louisville had a rather hard luck season. They won only three of the ten games played, but in the major- ity of cases the loss was by a mere point or two. The untimely illness and consequent operation of Mildred Franz, star veteran of former years, undoubtly weakened the winning chances of the team considerably. Coach Charlie Schontz deserves a lot of credit, however. His team playd hard, clean basketball throughout the entire season. Their fighting spirit was evidenced at all times and after all, a fighting team is a success- ful team. The remarkable playing of Roma Mather, diminutive first-year per- former, stamped her as a player with few peers in this part of the country. Roma will be with us next year and that is one of the reasons why the fans are anticipating a banner year. The following girls received their basketball letters: Verna Buyer, captain, Olivia Pragoff, manager, Nlargaret Ford, cap- tain elect, Mildred Franz, manager elect, Esther Ritter, Roma Mather, Laura Van VVinkle, Estelle Ogle. Two Hu n drefl Twen ly-on e Two Hmzdv-ecl Twenty-two Baseball 192.6 T HE 1926 baseball team was undoubtly one of the best that ever repre- sented the school. The schedule included fifteen games and thirteen of them were won by us. Such well known schools as St. X of Cincinnati, and Westerii State Nor- mal, of Bowling Green, are listed among the victims. Each of these teams was defeated twice. The playing of Marshall Espie, in the outfield, Clarence Nachand, at third, and Clark Bailey, who pitched, was worthy of particular mention. Letters were awarded to the following men: Bailey, Clark Koster, Fred Craddock, E. Nachand, Clarence Tjaughtery, Jake Pergrem, C. B. T Espie, Marshall Robertson, T. Gable, Jack, student manager Roth, Howard Hartfield, Herb Talamini, Wm. Kelley, James VVagner, Hans Baseball 1927 K A S this article goes to the press the team is just beginning to round into I playing form. From all indications this year s nine should even sur- pass the 1926 team. Only one game has been played and that was with the Male High repre- sentatives. This game was of course merely a practice session, but it served to an extent to test the strength of the club. The U. of L. player's won the contest by the score of 8 to 2. Student Manager Bill Dennes has arranged a ratherstrenuous schedule for this season. Such teams as Kentucky State, VVestern State Normal, and Tennessee State, appear on the list. The letter men from previous years who have reported to date are: Espie, Robertson, VVeber, Pergrem, Euller, Koster, Craddock, Daughtery, Hartfield and Kelley. Others who are very likely to land a berth on the team are: Ford Fish- back, Tom Ford and Dawson Attkisson. Two Hu n fired 'I'wen ty-H1 re 0 sr J. , fx ,. . Wm- ' - V, " ' ' . A ig A K - E- S52 - , u g" 1 . Q 4 - , - A -- fs-' 1 f amz- --wr-' .- 2 -23:15:15 qamj- ' '5- A . . 53 'f 5: H T- f V, , "f '5 5 ' ' 1 f' f,:f"k .' if 'f' 'f"' -ff m--., .,4,'- .1 ' - if ,. - - . ,, ' .. I -- A . I 3 ' ' ' "N ":ffEf-3.55 ' 3 3 1- 1 , :E 1 .f 73f'5'?.-LV ':, J'f, 5' ,... ,K ..., A ,,... - ,V 5 f-5' ,fa .- . ,V Vl , ,... 1:.. Avbq .'k',:.. . , .5 --,f ' X ., - - f . :---' -- r 4 , , -. ,- vw- -- - - QA - ,W ' 3 'N "' --:- , ' ' . , ' - -- I ,A t V. Q R 4' - -V '4:fi..,.: - V1 ,- - L, --. . , ' ' 1 0, X C T -1.-.,':-f TRACK, CROSS COUNTRY, TENNIS Two Hundred Twen fy-fo-u r 1 Traci: 1192.6 THE 1926 track team took part in two meets and made a most creditable showing in both of them. The hrst affair was the annual Armory Run which was held during the latter part of March. The second appearance of the team was made in Cincinnati, at the annual Y. M. C. A. lNleet. The remarkable running in the quarter-mile of Captain 'flVlose" Lean- ord and Uncas Miller, was the feature of both programs. Tom Ford and Fred Koster, also drew their share of favorable comment for their seasonal performances. Billy Keller was the student manager and he performed the duties of his oHice in a most masterful fashion. Letters were awarded to Tom Ford, Bill Keller, student manager, Fred Koster, 4'Mose" Leonard, captain, Harvey Mayhall, Unc lVliller, captain elect, Sam Stienfelt, Dick Taylor and Charlie Williams. Track ir9:2.7 A S this book goes to the press the track aspirants for 1927, are just be- .L ' ginning to round into shape. The team will be minus the services of Charlie VVilliams and Dick Tay- lor, but if the practice meet which was held with Male High may be taken as a criterion, a very capable and well-balanced team is in the making. This year's team has Captain Une Miller, Tom Ford, Harvey Nlayhall and Fred Koster, as a nucleus. All of these men have made their letters in track. Other men who have shown much promise to date are Stanley Ousley, in the high hurdles and broad jump, Melville Hosch and '4Doc" Graham in the weights, and Joe Russell in the dashes. Emile Pragoff, Jr., is the new student manager. FQ? Steps are now being taken toward the organization of a freshman track team. Carl Ousley, Jr., who is freshman track manager has already ar- ranged several tentative meets for the team. Witli such men as Abe Baer, Winston Hussey, Clyde Jones, Bob Hall, L. H. YVesly, and Thatcher Young, it is certain that the school would be represented by an unsually line freshman team. Two Hu n fired Tzcmrty-five CrossfCCou7mtry T HE Cross-Country Team of the University of Louisville had an up- hill fight throughout the entire season. Mr. King was occupied with the task of producing winning football teams and it was due chiefly to the efforts of Dick Taylor, captain and trackman de luxe, that the school was represented in this particular branch of athletics. The team, however, did enj oy a fairly successful season. It took part in two meets and a very creditable showing was made in both. Dick was the lone representative of the University in still a third race. The following men were on the team: Captain Dick Taylor, Harrod Newland, Bob Hall, Earl Jones, Joe Hymson, Eugene L. Brown and Stu- dent-manager Stanley P. Ousley. Tennis T ENNIS, which made its debut as a recognized sport at the University of Louisville in 1925 when the Cardinal raqueteers won the State cham- pionship-by defeating Kentucky State in two matches, has taken a firm foot- hold among the students. ,As the matches of 1926 took place too late to be recorded in the last Annual, a short resume of the season is appropriate. The team played four matches, two each with Kentucky State and Cin- cinnati St. Xavier. At Lexington the Cardinals were handed a setback, three matches to two, but in the return match at Louisville, the VVildcats met a tartar and went home with but one match out of the five played, thus giving the University of Louisville the technical championship of Kentucky. In this meet, Louisville made a clean sweep of the single events through the well earned victories of Eddie Weber, Clarence Judah, and Tommy Kienzle. At Cincinnati the Kingmen were defeated again three to two by a St. Xavier team which lost but one match out of fourteen played during the season. This sole reverse was suffered when the Saints journeyed to Louis- ville for a return match. Eddie Weber rose to supreme heights when he won his singles match after losing the first eight games, and thereby gave his team the victory by three matches to two. The men who gave the University its second consecutive championship were Eddie VVeber, Clarence Judah, Tommy Kienzle, Reynolds Girdler, and Smith Taylor. Two Himrlred f1'1e'enty-.s-'ix wh , Q,-gr.' I j-II I I II F, -I- I',1I -. .I J I I , . . 72" -5,- .IV ..,.-1 I E?-FT".,'- - I -'I."'f -1 IW, yn.. ml- I 3 , , , YI , , ,L Il , . ,IT . 'I ":,.' " I LIN ' I ' j-.71 ' ,: IIIQ51g3?fQI 3 X- N359 IN I :- ,I 1 I, I . I ' J, ,I , . I' I-A: I,. II I. I , I 'I ,-.I. ,,-:.,, , H4 ,- .,-I AIII. 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This Corona has: ' Standard C4 rowj Keyboard Standard Q12 yardj Ribbon Standard Q10 inchj Carriage It writes more visibly than other typewriters. Its accelerating type- bar action gives it marvelous speed and lightness of touch. Phone and let us send one to you for examination. New Coronas and L. C. Smith Typewriters Corona Portable, Visible Adding and Listing Machine, S75 Typewriters Rented and Repaired Meffert Equipment Co. 126 South Fourth Between Main and Market Son-Pa, is .that man how-legged?" Old Gent-NO, he's just inclined that way.-Masquerader. Cats have whiskersg Mice have tailsg It's easy for 21 horse To throw the Prince of Wales, -The Cracker. ECONOMY Thats The Big Thingl You get the best food here and you save money U. of L. LUNCH 117 West Shipp Street Gifts from a Ieweler are GIFTS THAT LAST Prices right. Shop at Chas. C.Wright8Z Co. IEWELERS Tyler Hotel Louisville, Ky. IMEDICAL MEN WHEN BUYING SURGICAL INSTRUMENTS AND LABORATORY SUPPLIES REMEMBER THEODORE TAFEL 519 SOUTH THIRD STREET LOUISVILLE, KY. Two Hun cl-re cl Thirty-sin: IOSEPH A. PANTHER, Tenor Teacher of Singing GENERAL MUSICAL DIRECTOR UNIVERSITY OF LOUISVILLE STUDIO 428 S. 5th St. City 4975 Interview by ajnpoiiztnifnl THE DENTAL DEPOT ln our Dental Depot We carry a full line of all Dental Goods rnacle by the best manufacturers in this country. Our line of Teeth is very large and cornplete. Our stock will invoice about eighty thousand dollars, f5S80,000.00j, one of thc largest stocks of Teeth in the Central States. OUR LABORATORY WW: operate one of ine but equipped fclL07'IlfO7'iE.f in rfze mnntry A15 the 147726 time zffze olden, All the .vtndent.r are intfitefl to cfirii Oni' Laboratory OUR MACHINE SHOP In our Nlachine Shop We manufacture engines, both foot and electricg casting machines, and various other equipment. We are in po-sition to do all kinds of enameling and nickel-plating, and rnachine vvobrl-1. No Depot in the United States is better equipped to take care of all the wants of the dentists than we are. T. M. CRUTCHER DENTAL DEPOT, Inc. P. o. Box ess ' ' P. o. Box 94 LOUISVILLE, KY. INDIANAPOLIS, IND Our Cleansing of Clothing for Men is Unsurpassed Professor 'Cin music 83-What is the motive in that composition of Tzychin- osky's I just played? Voice from Rear-Sounded like re- W orlfs venge.-Penn State Froth. 515 EAST WALNUT PHONES 1654 T-wo Ilzznclrarl Thirty-.swan Lx f 1? , 4 C . V y , 59 In K r g Eli ,... g 26,48 I ' y' sl 2 ...af ll f XLNL JM, 7 ff 'fs X 2-'g f Q Q r W' vunl TQA X I xyx gg 'Q . ,f X .1 5 ,f 'QT ii 5 T ff islulhlfl kf 'f X T 'lla f is s ct SQA- ., it f .- Ear r ' ' l I In N IL I ' ,F MI? K - lily lll N -ll EST . I ' l'..fl, 'l ,4Zf' f t T W ew' . rl ll all r f if if + l dll ffl' T cf, ja sea Jia?-1-:Et-Eff-rrS5sgie.a.?.Q?,5s- 2 W tin - i-sf? Ties? 'Nirfrwss Se? S , fwfr HH, a re-sr' gs el' 's we W. K K it T. 5 I llk T lllllll l f ET' V Z W gf, - ' .JL 'P its X :taxi HAT is confidence? It's the feeling of trust and faith you have in yourself, in others, in the tools you work with. Confidence can be misplaced, it often is. You may overrate your own powers-some do. A friend may prove false-they sometimes do. The tools you use in your vocation may be unfit to bear the stress of hard work, may have been made to sell, not to serve. That also occurs. The first two are largely under your own control. You can get a fair idea of your own abilities by measuring yourself alongside of the people you meet. You will soon learn to recognize those who know more than you know, and those who can do things you cannot do. It's an interesting and illumina- ting study, a good habit to form. It keeps you from becoming unduly conceited, because you get a truer measure of your own powers, a better-grounded judgment of others, and so prevents forming friendships on too slight a foundation. As to the tools you work with, your confidence need never be mis- placed. Most of the dentists now at the top are using S. S. White tools. You can do no better now than to accept their judgment, as you get experience, you will know it is sound. The House never made a catchpenny device. Whatever it makes is fully guaranteed. The S. S. White Dental Mfg. Co. E543 T-wo Hudred Thirty-eight 9 A MESSAGE HARRYCHHUUE THE MUSIC Box HI' V fl 1 hllll' 1 TO D E, Free ,QL f 'A Q Lessons we If !X Eau f E CVLEEEE MINUTES X ll' " INDIVIDUAL WITH EACH ' in I Ukulele ff li 3 74 C '11:.IJfi:E23iEg'l5gjia12"':'' AND UP ' ' I . ' 1"- 1 ,A I t I S' ll l"1'llI f . ' QI l- l' I! ' ' ' X - - . - -.: , , .II T -H! fig . h A :. F Vfaaib fx E555 Qzpgizf' Q: . gui. ,,. Q., -. lx 5 8 :.v Z5 --g. I 9,5iq5 'l. g Bi ly . '- 1 . i 5 5 lm R N . PI F-if ' 'villillllll I'i',I'. :mimi mu - g15u,vl,.l mid! I -I-wi' f'-II: I4 W 'kb In . ll' wr lilllll Il"n If'1II'I .I '.:,u,l. I-,I,gIg., Ig '..,.5,.g,I l:l::I::IqE,I ,U .:.II'::. 'l'li'u l"l I -'In' 'I I lllll 1 lil 1 im. I " Our Sandwiches are the talk of the town Salads Sandwiches Fountain Refreshments BALLES 650 South Fourth Avenue Candy, Cigarr and Noveltief Lady Cto druggistj-Have you any Life Buoy? Druggist4Iust set the pace, lady.- Punch Bowl. I "My wife explored my pockets last night." "XfVhat did she get?" "About the same as any other explor- er-enough material for a lecture.-Judge. SLIEYS I Beazzfzful Shoes ALL STYLES ONE PRICE F508 SOUTH FOURTH STREET Introducing The Students Friend 28 years at present location LEON ABRAHAM Two Up-to-date Drug Storef First and Broadway Second and Broadway Magnolia 7516-7517 City 2921 Agency Miss Holliday's Box Candy Whitman's Box Candy Bunte's Box Candy Eaton, Crane and Pike's Stationery All the imported and domestic Perfumes, Face Powder, Rouges Medicinal and Fancy Soaps and others Toilet Specialties Our Luncheonette feature is complete with CLEAN FOODS Fit to Eat WE DELIVER LUNCHES We make punch for special parties Do Not Forge! U5 Two Hundred Th irty-n ina CGMPLETE LINE OF SPORTS EQUIPMENT Baseball - Tennis - Golf - Archery Fishing Tackle - Camper's Supplies Track and Gymnasium Equipment Guns - Revolvers - Rifles, etc. Phone, Wrife 01' Call for Free Camlog gif on 640 ii "" I .Sporting anuazfnzefic 5-Fourth Goods and Radio - Bet. Broadway and Chestnut Louisville, Ky. Spend Your Leisure Moments Here We Especially Cater to University Students 1 Prof.-'Wfhy werent you at the lecture POOL AND BILLIARDS lust nite? AW Hfholwome pm-time Prep.-I was there. I sat in the last row, behind the pillar. Prof. CNot very puzzledj-Strange, The Varsity you're the twentieth one who sat behind that pillar. 207 W. Shipp St. IUST ACROSS FROM THE CAMPUS Efzablifhed 1842 HENRY NELMS 6 SON MANUFQCETOEEES TAL fi0lfD5 20 SOUTH 332 ST. PHILADELPHIA, PA., U.5 .A. 150 Sizes in Gold Shells. Casting Golds For All Purposes Two fI'u1L6LT6!l Forty be beelhanb Louiwillelf Leading Hold THE SEELBACH HOTEL CO., Proprietors and Managers Izzrorporazed LOUISVILLE, KY. NO GAMBOLING "Spring in the air, Mr. Crotchetf' "Eh?" "I said, 'spring in the airl' 5' "Why should I? Eh, why should I?" -Humorisr CLondonj BL M BROS. DRUG CO. 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Students Mr. Golulberg. well-known manager of the Gold- berg Store for College Ready-to-Wear and Made-tm order Spring Suits and Topeoats at 3422.50 to 583500, cordially invites all the University of Louisville Students, teachers and their friends to visig Gold- bc-rg's New Home 204 S. 4th for their new Spring Suit and Topcoat and save 5310.00 to s20.o0. The fuet that we Qvll more University of Lnnis- ville students and friends is the best proof that Goldberg's is the most popular Store in town for College Clothee. KOLLEGE HUT KLOTI-IES AT 204 S. 4TH ST. "Madam, I beg your pardon, but your umbrella has been resting in my eye for some timef' "Oh I beff your pardon! Did I hurt you "Not at all, Madam, You see it's a glass eye. I just wanted to keep you from Scratching it."-Cannon Bawl. r o pix Two Hrunclrecl Forty-one This Is Louisville's University 1857-Americas Qldest Municipal University-1927 May It Serve the Greatest Neea' GOLDEN GRUBBING "I understand he has at last struck pay dirt." "Yesg he has produced 21 successful sex drama."-Saturday Evening Post. 'Da-Rand Perry Beauty Salon We invite you to visit our shop which combines metropolitan smart- ness with excellent service. Fourth Avenue at Guthrie, Louis ville, Ky. City 780. lllttttm, G Two Hundred ,..4:-sis? R' ' Af FLUUFQ 53-jg !! Ti: K' FBIIZYEI PANCAKE - 'Isl n,,..1 sn, u-....1 ii.- f Breakfast in three minutes with Ballard Pancake. Delieiously Dzjferertt. Ballard gwgvgllard Eu. Forty-two erytlzing Mu5z'ca! VICTROLAS- RADIO- ORTHOPHONIC VICTROLAS ORTHOPHONIC VICTROLA-RADIOLA COMBINATIONS THE NEW AUTOMATIC ORTHOPHONIC VICTROLAS, ELECTROLAS PHONOGRAPHS- BRUNSWICK-NEW PHONOGRAPHS AND PANATROPES COLUMBIA-NEW PHONOGRAPHS RECORDS- VICTOR-ORTHOPHONIC RECORDS BRUNSWICK - LIGHT RAY RECORDS COLUMBIA-NEW PROCESS RECORDS FRESHMAN MASTERPIECE STROMBERG CARLSON GREBE SYNCHROPHASE ATWATER KENT INSTRUMENTS- C. G. CONN-BAND AND ORCHESTRA INSTRUMENTS VEGA, LEEDY, BACON BANIOS LEEDY DRUMS MARTIN UKULELES THE STORE OF NATIONALLY KNOWN MUSICAL MERCHANDISE Louisville Music 81 Radio Co. 570 South Fourth Avenue The Poftojfre if Aaron the Street from U: Poise will be poise-even college poise -Cannon Ball. ' New HATS The sophisticated tastes of maclamoiselle demand chic and originality-which SHENLEY'S showing of new hats typify. Smart new shades and black. S .!ffa'IIivicry afDirh3zdioa 'S - EENLEY .i 34 So Fourth " Seelbach Hotel Home Phone City 2794 "THE WORK THAT SATISFIESH Shmder roy. INCORPORATED DRY CLEANERS AND DYERS MAIN OFFICE AND PLANT 715-717 W. Chestnut Street Louisville, Ky. Hooch is a Eve letter word meaning a kick in the pants.-Green Gander. Two Hum! red Fo rty-th ree STANDIFQRD STUDIO New Locaiion 425 West Chestnut Street Flu Porimifs by Photography Rjd Ufficial Photographer of the 1927 HTHGROUGHBREDU Two Hundred Forty-four First Inebriate-Aren't yoush afraid you'll freeze zhar in the gutter? Huh? Second Inebriate-Noshir! I can'tsh freesh! Govtsh too much alcohol in my Why Keep It cz Secret? arry . Short Has Gone in Business for Himself at 7 55 East Broadway radiator.-Brown Jug. Tires Tubes and Accessories East 278 Road Service KRAUSGILL'S EVERYTHING MUSICAL KURTZMAN PIANOS, HOLTON BAND AND ORCHESTRAL INSTRUMENTS ORTHOPHONIC VICTROLAS, ELECTROLAS, RADIOLAS AND RECORDS VIOLINS, -UKELELES, BANI-UKES, BANIOS, MANDOLINS, GUITARS SHEET MUSIC, ORCHESTRATIONS, PLAYER ROLLS, DRUM OUTFITS WE APPRECIATE YOUR PATRONAGE KRAUSGIECQWQJIA o co. 509-511 W. WALNUT "LOUISVILLE'S MOST COMPLETE MUSIC HOUSE" Magnolia 5461 Gray -Von Allmen Iittle Bov I saw you kiss Sis and lf you don't gig nie ten cents I'lliitell. Louijvijjgy- Quality Dairy ' Young Man-Here's the dime. . I i Little Boy-Thanks, that's three dol- Swiss Butter - Holstein Milk lars I've made this season.-Iowa State Cottage Cheese Von Lac Green Gander' Delicious Cream The Best Milk Two Hz: mired Fo rty-five The Friendly Bank LQUISVILLE NATIGNAL BANK 5th and Market Streets Branch OJTICEJ Highland and Baxter Aves. Shelby and Oak Sfs. Fourth and Oak Sfs. 18th and Broadway Sts. Parkland Congratulations Seniors Perseverance Iuniors Good Luck Sophmores Welcome Freshmen Kissel- Skiles Co. Incorporated RENT-A-CAR 652 SOUTH THIRD 5021 City 5022 ON WITH THE MILKING She-Oh, I do justilove cows, don't you? They're so gentle and sweet. Why, even their breath is sweet! He-But have you noticed how seldom they're asked to dance?+Life. Aisle your dealer for A? I EE LEWIS ICE CREAM You might as well have the best 'Two Hundred Forty-sire Surgeon Cto attendantb-Go and get the name of the accident victim so that we can inform his mother. Attendant Cthree minutes laterj-He says his mother knows his name.-Bison. JOHN I. BARTMAN I. F. MEGLEMERY High 2580 South 2017 Lozn'szn'lle Stenery Stzta'z'o Keep Your 0 Clothes Refreshenea' ' LEWIS Q 548 GARDEN STREET DRY CLEANING SYSTEM Incorporafed KY. 1017 SOUTH THIRD SOUTH 5600, "fast Good Dry Cleaning" PHONE EAST 2972 The ' Brown Hotel extends its hearty congratulations ana' good wishes to the Class of 1927 T-wo H-zmdrecl Forty-seven he Cardinal nn ABLE FLQWER Cozy Corners - Ab! I Fozmtazn ana' Candy 6 to P me Vslifffffes 659 SOUTH FOURTH AVE. IQHN HARDY Fancy Groceries thou Armour Cin ecstasyj-Thinkest that glasses do help one to see? MMU and Vfgfrablff Swift qpfomop-Aye, indeed, after the First six I can see double.-Sewanee Phones, South 35, 54, 35, 56 Mmllltaill Goat- A Corner Fifth and Oak HARCOURZ1' d CQMPANY LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY '- Manufacturers of Wedding Invitations, Visiting Cards, Commencement Invitations and Class Rings Sample: Sent Upon Rzqurft Henning Chambers C. L. McGraw Harrison Hunter I-IEEBIE -IEEBIES Ding-This tonic is no good. 8 co. Dong-VVliat'S the matter? Investments Ding-All the directions it gives are N y k gt k E h for adults and I never had them.-Green Members S Lgxigying Sgggig Exgamie Gfmdcf- 431 W. Jefferson Street Louisville Two II'll11l77'!'fl Forty-e ight E SEELBACH HOTEL B UILDING Fine Custom Tailored Clothes Dunlap Hats f Manhattan Shirts Rfsilo N eckwear A X RA G- I A ZZ .af PIANO PLAYING '49 Taught in 20 Lessons X "Christensen System" FORREST THOMPSON Fifth and Chestnut , City 7496 Lemmon Drug Co. CALL ON Us FOR YOUR THOMAS LINCOLN ' N I A' DRUG STORE 605 S. FIFTH STREET Clfy 5571 , 'J' ., -1 NECESSITIES Teacher of 20 Years Experience KP! 1 I ,If N TENOR BANIO, VIOLIN ' . . AIANDOLIN, UKULELE ' Thlfd and BI'a1'1dC1S IIAWAIAN GUITAR ' 'P-,. Owen R. Mann A. H. Remment Louis Grossman Teaclier-Wliat was the' Tower of 5 I Babel? Prep.-Was11't that where Solomon i IN S U C E 4 kept his Five hundred wives?-Green X X Gander. 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