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eTHE STAFF HAS ENDEAVORED IN THIS,

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Presi(/ent

EDWARD H. BUTLER A. GI.... :NNI BARTHOLOMEW

SecretfJ1:Y 1'reasurer

WJLLIA)I WARREN S~IITIl

THOMAS B. LOCKWOOD

MRS. STEPHEN CLl~:MIi:NT DANIEL .T. KENEFICK

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It has been said that HEdtJcatioll is the eternal debt which maturity owes to youth.." In preparing to teach, young men and women accept the responsibility of' helping to discharge that debt, an obligation ,~ ...hich 1S profoundly important in a great democracy which believes in the education of all the children of all the people, May you not default in the payment of this vital debt and lllay you by your preparation become the medium of exchange of sound ideas, wholesome attitudes and high ideals.

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CUAI{LES A.RTt-IUH M ESSNElt A.B., A.M., PH.D. Profes:sor of Lati"

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The pages of this yem' book Bear characters for you In words, in thoughts and face!:) Which your own days review.

CHAItLES C. HOOT B.Pn., M.P"., A.B., A.M.

Like any othel' memol'Y Its pleasures lie within And from these printed symbols Your legends will begin.

Head oj Education Department and Director oj Curdcular Organization

If these he deh in luster As tinctured by your mind The margins you'll illumine With gifts you've left behind.

CATI-fEnINE E.. REED, B.A., A.M. Dean of Women

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Grace A. Allen B.S.• A.l\il. Assistant Director of Training,

Oscar E. Hertzberg A.B., A.M., Ph. D. Professor of Psychulo~y, Head of Department

Harry J. Steel B.S., A.M.

Mildred L.' Sipp B.S., A.M. Assistant Professor Teacher Training

Director of Training, Professor of Education

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Head of Ki(u[ergarten – Primwy Department

Gerlrude M. Bacon B.S., A.M. Assistant Director of Training,' Projessor oj Elementary Education

Huth E. Houston A.B. Professor of f-T ealth Education, Head of Deparlnwu/,

John M. ThurLer A.B., Ph. D. Projessor 0)' Enfllish, Head of Departfl!enl

Rut h K Speir Assistant j?l'Ojessor ~f Music. Acting flead oj Department

Charles B. Bradley B.S. PJ'ofes,~or of Art Education , Head of Deparlmenf,

Kathcrync Whittemore A.B., A.M. Assistant Professor of qeography, Head of Department

Raymond M. Fretz B.S., A.M. Assistant Pr~fcssor ~f Science

Ida L. Kempke Pd.B., A.B., A.M. Projessor of English

Irving C. Perkins B.S.. A.M. Prufessor of Vocational Education, IIead of Deparlment

Myrtle V. Caudell B.S ., A.M. Projessor 0)' lIome Econonlics , Ht'ad ~f Department

Anna ~L Gemmill B.S., A.M. Assistant pf"(~fessol' ~f Science, Acting Head of Deparlltwnt

Homer A. Bnlce B.S., A.M. Imjtructol' in Education

Eileen lVlulholiand Ph.B., A.M. Assistant Professor 0)' En~lish

Joseph E. Phillippi A.B., A.M. l~r~fessor of !Vfathelnatics, Head of Department

Clinton B. Burke Instruclor in Tf 1oodwol'ki'l,g

Stephen C. Clement A.B., A.M. Professm' oj Educatioll.

George M. Quackenbush B.S., A.M. Assistant Professor oj Vocational Organ.ization

Chesler A. Pugsley A.B., A.M.

ltobert O. DeMond A.B., A.M. Professor of lfis{OIY, Head oj Department

Luella Chapman Jfl!jt;ructor in Penmanship

Professor ~f E lemenlary Schoul Administration

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Frances G. Hepinstall B.S. Heael Librarian

Faye Keever B.S., A.M. Instructor in Cloth.ing

Marion A. Clark A.B. Financial Secretary

Helen G. Englebreck A.B., A.M. I nstrucUJl' in History

Camlyn W. Heyman B.S. Instructor in Art

Isabel Houck Kideney A.B. Rcgi."itrar

Velma R. Clark B.S.,M.S. Director of Practice House

John Fontana R.S.,A.M. instructor in Metal Work

Hubert E. Coyer B.P.E., A.M. I nstructor of Health Education, Director of Men's Athlelies

Irene Hirsch, B.S., A.M. Instructor in Kindergarten .. Primary Method

Rulh McLean A.B., A.M. Instructor in Art

Margaret .Foster B.S., A.M. Instructor in Clothing

Rosamonde D. Cyr B.S., A.M. lnstrllclor in Foods

David Reid Hodgin A.B., A.M. instructor in English

~lary Lo uise McMahon B.S. Ins{.ructor in lVfusic

l\Hna S. Goossen B.O.E. Instructor in English and Dra.matics

George E. Huckins Instructor in Printing

.Edward L. Morrice" B.S.' Instnlctor in llfethods and Practice l'eilchirrff

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.Marlon P. Dana n.S.,A.M. I/lsl-ruclor in Kindergarten Primary llfetlwd

Edna W. Hurd n.M. _ I nstl'llctOl' in 1\1 usie

May C. Nye A.B., A.M, - J nstructor in Foods ,

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Stella O'Reilly B.S. Fifth Grade School of Practice

Grace Viele B.L. Reference Librarian

Ruby A. Peek B.S., M.S. Illstructor in Art

Theresa A. Rochsler n.s. Second Crack Schuul of Practice

Ellen C. Mdokler. First Grade, School 38

",IIf F. Peterson t.r.. W .n., A.M ., Ph.D. J ~1lstructor in I-listory and

Waite,' B. Weber B.S. IlIstnlelor in Electricity

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Mary L. Jamison n.s. Kindergarten School of Practice

Charlotte M. Moore J unio,. High Department School .'111

Gertrude E. Hoach R.N. Instructor in Healll,. Education

Agnes.Agnitch Third Grude, School 38

Eleanor M". Gover D.S. Si.xth Crade School of Practice

Mary Hofmann Robert, B.S. Fourth Grade, School 311

Jennie Robson

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Crace G. Ballard B.S. Fo"rth Grad,e, School 38

Frances M. H" c\ell Second Gm,ze, School :18 I

Martha C. Metz B.S. First Grade School of Practice

Winifred Salom B.S. Instructor in Health Education

Edna L. Shaw KindergarlelJ, School 38

Mary L. Darker Second Crude, School 38

Mac O'Brien B.S., M.A. Fow·I1,. Grade School oj Practice

Charles A. Vail B.S., A.M. Instructor in Science

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Elma n. Smith Third Grade; School 38

Charlot Moehlau, B.S. Assistant Manager of College Book Siore

Ethel M. A. Hansen R.N. /College Nurse

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Marion P. Wakeman B.S. Sixth Grade. School 38

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Rosamond Olief Abate B.S. Assistant Librarian

_Mary Rindonc B.S. Manager of College Book Siore

Lina L Gielow, B.S. Jupio,. High Deparlmen,l School 38

Hertha G. Specht A.B., A.M. School of Practice

Harry C. Johnson B.S., A.M. Eighth Grade School of Practice

Jennie L. DiAdario Stenographer

Pauline E. Botty B.S. Alumni and Placement Bureau Secretary

Thelma M: Hepp, B.S. First Grade, School 38

Marguerite Stockbcl'ger A.B., A.M. J uninl" High Department School of Practice

Martha S. Pratt B.S., A.M. Instruclor in Teacher· Training

Harry "\X T • Curtin Superin.tendent oj Grounds and Buildings

Pauline Delamater Eis8 Stelwgrapher

Chester G. Schocnborn Assistant in Extension Departmen.t

Helga C. Castren, B.S. Seventh Grade, School 38

Muriel S. Sboemaker B.E., A.M. Schoot of Practice

Mabel B. Gil bert Cafeteria lvlarwger

Kathryn S. Graham Stenographer

[ Genevieve D. Fcuchtcr Fifth Grade, School 38

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The gate beJore us opens wide- Behind, lie fields oj flowering corn Ripe witness to a harvest gained. Aurora's golden'bands oj morn Will see what Jragrant newness born Out oj the union oj our heart and mind? What shall we plant beyond the gaJe? The untilled fields what tale relate OJ fruit]ul hands that sow, and reap, and bind? Life, myth no more, with kindly smile, Help us to plant the Jurther mile With seeds oj understanding oj mankind!

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the class offi(';crs ha(1 hecn elected the previous yea r the smoke of baule 1uHI cleared "way by Rcptember myra bat,th wielded the Iwe!'tident's ga\'cI aglles mallOncy was hel' suhs titllte mary riley keptnoles of nil oral olliniom; she was not psychic hetty lynch clung to the mOllcy bag when tlw interciap,s sillg ei\mc along the Renior!; won it (they had won it last year' 1111'>0 il: was ['el.dly all old st.ory to them) harold lind Iter wrote tile song behe directed it viviull shultz made L1!; wear halS ami sashes whie.h we took home and hung over our rnilTor

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,\ G-NES )IAHO~EY

i'llYRA HAUTH

we found that ml' lll'a(lIcy wal! willing to he a faculty advisor m i.5O! ri ndone, mi M caudell, Illr clement., Illld lTIl' perklns alF.O g.1ve lIl) some of their time to III! they thought, well, thcy won't he hack again

the senior btdl WliS hellI at the s-Latlel' in the !>pring louinc mccl'acken denerves credit for it thc chaperons rJiSClIl'>ACd modern "tudent! thc I'>tllden ls discussed modcrll chal,erolll'> we all had a splendid time

ejl haldwin had charge or moving up day all classes moved lip one !;tel' the seniorn moved alit it waR a nice (lay

alma peny 8clectc(j. the gift to the college that IJlIrns !Joy lold her how much she could flpend hc WW:i ill charge of finnn ce he was a wisc choice

we all enjoyed c1aR!'. day m. m, (';ook 81HI her committee worke(1 hard

their effOl'ts were l'eWill·dcd t.ha t sounds like an epitallh

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ill june scnior lever will ItlIve liS in its clutches we shall silentl y ultow grace schubert to roLJe liS in a voluminous black coverlll! we shall make small JlI'otcst. even when Ahe Bets a Oat hat on our mwltcd hcads .11Hl !'Swings it tl.tssc1 in our bright eyc a girl named helen schnoor will then eOllle along and decorate us with pretty hlue and golfl rihhons and put thc class flower ill our hU1ll1 we will march rJOWIl tha !Ii!;ie under the t raditional pcony arch it will be very inspiring our I)!lrents will be very proud it will bring Lo 11 close one chaptet' of our lives *Which. freely trallslnted. IllC811fi the history of the senior clUBS, in the modern manner.

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Vice- Presideflt

AG::'iES MAHONEY

Secrelmy

l'vIARY RI LEY

Treasurer

DETTY LYNCH

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IIAHOLD S. DANKS

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JOSEPH .T. ALMENDINGER

WILMA C. BARCAY

H UFFAW, Nom YORK

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VERNABELLE HAHLI<:TT

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G. EPWORTH BALDWIN

MYIl..~ E. IJA HTH

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GLADYS K BOWELL , BUFFALO, NElY YOHK

VELMA M. BOECK

BUFFAl.o, NEW YORK

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VIHGINIA M. BOWERS

ADELEINE ELLEN HOLTON

LOCKPOUT, NEW YORK

A rl Education

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KAROLYN BHACKETT

CONSTANCE M. BOOTH

NLAGARA FALLS, NEW YOHK

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LILLIAN L. BURNHAM

LOCKPORT, NEW YORK

NORTH COLLINS, NEW YORK

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JOSEPH CAPUTO

JAMES N. BURNS

BUFFALO, NEW YORK

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General Industrial

RUTH CORNELlA CARMICHAEL

ELLEN R. BURTON

L" Roy, NEW YORK

RUI"FALO, NE~V YOHK

Art Education

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PHYLLIS A. CARPENTEH

THOMAS BYRNE

llATAVIA, NEW YORK

BROOKLYN, NEW YORK

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BYRON, NEW YOHK

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LORA COXE

DONNELL COLLINS

1<'0I1ESTVILLE, NEW YonK

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MAHY MARGARET COOK

JOHN D. CRAINE

KENMORE, NEW YOllK

BUFFALO, NEW YOHK

Art Education

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EILEEN MARIE COOKE

CATHERINE M. DALY

BUFFALO, NE'''' YOHK

BUFFALO, NE\,\! YORK

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JEAN DAMICO

NORTH TONAWANDA, NEW YORK

BUFFALO, NEW YORK

Home Economics

Kindergarten Prinwry

DONALD BURTON DOBBINS

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GLADYS A. DEINHARDT

LEO .T. DOLAN

BUFFAW, N ,H-\, YOI-C:K

SCHENECTADY, NEW YOnK

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One Year Vocational

MARION L. DIFFTNE

HELEN VlHGINIA DONNIGAN

ALDEN, Nmy YonK

NOHTlI TONAWANDA, NEW YORK

Home Eco"omics

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MILDRED K. FREY

Run<'ALo, NEW YOHK

BUFFAW~ NEW YORK

Horne Econom ics

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MARIAN E. FRITZ

ARLENE ELLEN DOXTATOR

SILVEH CKEEK, NEW YORK

VlmSAILLES, NEW YORK

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THELMA MARGARET FENTON

Fn.ANKLTNVlLLE, NEw YOllK

PENN YAN, NEW YOUK

A ,-t Education

A rt Education

CHARLES GIAMBELLUCA

ABBIE FLEMING

BUlcFALO, NEW YORK

EAST BETHANY, NEW YaHK

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ALICE E. GllEGER

ROCHESTEIt, N K',"' YORK

One Year Vocational

Grammar

LILLIAN GODDARD

IRENE D. GllIFFIN

HAMBURG, NEW YORK

EDEN, NEW YORK

l,aermediate

If ome Economics

BENJAMIN H. GOLD

JOHN A. GROR

SARATOGA SPRINGS, NEW YORK

BROOKLYN, NE',,"' YORK

General Industrial

One Year Vocational

HELEN R. GOW

ALICE iVIAlUE HANLEY

ApPLETON, NI';w YORK

llUFFALO, NEW YORK

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MARY HOGAN

BUFFALO, NEW YORK

BUFFALO, NEW YOHK

Kindergarten Primary

Art Education

VELMA r. HEIST

RUTH D. HOLLENllECK

CLAHENCE, NEW YOHK

"EIUN, NEW YORK

l-lome ECQnomics

Grammur

BERNICE G. HELFEH

RAYMOND C. HOLLSTEIN

TONAWA NIH, NEW YonK

BUl"l"ALU, NEW YOHK

Grammar

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MARY ANNE HOARE

FREDA E. HOUSTON

BUFFALO, NEW YOItK

Kindergarten Primary

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WESTBURY, LONG ISLAND, NI':w YOHK

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MAHCAHET V. KIBBY

BUFI"ALO, NEW YOUK

KI':NJUORE, N EW YORK

Grammar

T-lOfJ1.C Economics

DOHOTHY J. KIHK

EDYTH M. KELVER

EBENI~ZER, NI~w YORK

EAST AURORA, NEW YonK

Home Economics

Art Educatiml,

J EANF.'rm KNOWLTON

OLIVER W. KENDALL

BUFI"ALO, NEW YORK

'VATKINS GLEN, NEW YOUK

H alne Economics

Ceneml Industrial

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HUTH LAURA 'KUMPF

R UFFALO, NEW YORK

BUI"fALO, NEW YORK

Home Economics

Tnlel'l1l.ediate

HAHRTET M .. LEAVE

DOROTHY M. KROG

JAMESTOWN, NEW YOHK

Kindergarten Primary

Grammar

GRACE E. KRULL

FHEDA ANNE LEVENSON

DUJo'fALO, NEW YORK

HUFFALQ, NEW YORK

flome Economics

Grammar

LILLIAN R. KUI';BLEH

JEANETTE ll. LEVIN

BUFFALO, NE"V YORK

BU.FF'ALO, NEW YonK

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JACK LOW

BUFFALO, NEW YORK

BnOCKPORT. NEW .YOHK

Art Educal,ion

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HAROLD A. LINDNER

vmCINIA LOZIER

BUFFALO, NE'Y YORK

BUFFALO, NEW YORK

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JOHN A. LINDNER

MTLDRED I. LYKE

SCHENECTADY, NEW YanK

AVOCA, NEW YaHK

One Year Vocational

Grammar

JANE LOVELEE

BETTY D. LYNCH

DUNKIHK. NEW YOHK

HAMBURG, NEW YORK

Kinderga,'ten Primary

Home Economics

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HENRY C. MARKIEWICZ

BUFFALO, NI~: w YORK

/fome Economics

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EDWARD F. MARTELLE

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ELIZABETH lv1. MARTIN

BUFFHo, NEW YORK

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K MARTE MAST

GEOHGE MANN

Bm"FALo, NEw YORK

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GABRIELLE MATTEI

HOLLEY, NEW YORK

NEW YOHK, NEw YORK

Grammar

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FORREST MAXWELL

STANLEY J. MICHAEL

NORTH TONAWANDA, NEW YORK

B UFFALO, NEW YORK

General Tllllluitdal

General Induslrial

ELMER N. MILLER

LOYAL ELIZABETH McCLATCHY

flu",,·'}\ 1,0, N I!: W YORK

KENMOIl.E, NEW YORK

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LOmSI': McCHACKEN

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MARY B. NEWMAN

BUFI"ALO, NEW YORK

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Nuc ,\I{..\ FALI.S, NEW YOltK

B UfT':\LO. NEw YORK

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m i LEN C. OSTRYNSKI

BOLIVAR, NEW YORK

RICHLAND, NEW YOIlK

J-f om.e Economics

Art Educ{JliolJ

DORIS ·S. PALMER ' ", BUFFALO, NEW .YOHK

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MARGERY E. PALMER

BUJ"l" ALO~ NEw YOUK

BUFFALO, NEW YORK

Gmmmar

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WILLARD H. PRUYNE

MILLICENT M. PALMEH

HOCIlESTEK, NEl" YO~K

NOll'rn TONAWANDA, NE\,,"' YORK

One YeaI' Vocational

Gralfllna,.

F.LEANOH QUINLAN

JOSEPH B. PATTI

LE Roy, NEw Yo~

BUFFALO, NL-: w YORK

Grammar

Grammar

HAROLD L. QUIHK

ANNA PERRY

AMSTERD.BI, NEW YOHK

DUFFALO, NEW YORK

On.e Year Vocational

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DORIS V. RILEY

BUFFALO, NEW YORK

KENMOUE, NEW YauK

General Industrial

Home Econolm:cs

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MARY LENORE RILEY

N rAGAHA FALLS, NEW YORK

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ELMEH W. lUCHARDSON

LOUISE M. nOBERTS

llUFFALO, NEW YOI{K

NIAGARA FALLS, NEW YORK

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ETHEL llOR rT.A

RUlo'f"ALO, NEW YORK

BUFFALO, NEW YOI{K

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ALICE H. SCHAFEH

RUFFALO, NEW YORK

DUNKIRK, NEW YORK

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EVELYN SCHANZER

llUFFALO, N.-.:w YORK

BUFFALO, NEW YORK

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CHAHLES HIUSTOL SCIIILLING

SALAMANCA, NI~w YOHK

CANAAN, NEW YonK

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DA VJD N. SANFORD

HELEN K. SCHNOOR

HUJo'lo'ALO, NEW YORK

NEWFANE, NEW YonK

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Intermediate

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ELIZABETH FRANCES SERVOSS

GRACF. M. SCHUHEHT

ROCHESTER, N I'; w YaHK

N EW YORK, NEW YORK

Kilu/erf!,ClrlCl! Primary

CHulitna,.

MA ltCARET M. SHALLOE

RAY C. SCHUELER

DUFF,,\LO, NEW YonK

One Year Vocational

[fitcrmcdiate

JOHN A. SHERIDAN

VlVIAN KELLY SCHULTZ

CA.unnIDGE, NEW YOHK

B U l"I<'AI.O, ·NEW YORK

Olle Y car Vocational

Grununa,.

LILLIAN A. SHRIGLEY

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BUFFALO, NEll' YOHK ! KindergartclLP ril1l-ary

SALAMANCA, NEW YORK

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WJNONA A. SIMON

KEN.:\IOHE, NEw YORK

Crwnrnar

KATHLEEN MIRIAM TATU

COHNELIUS C. SMITH

BUI"I"AI.O, NEW YOHK

ADDISON, N I~w YORK

Inler,nediate

Gen.eral I"du,,,t,.ial

JESSAMINE THIEROFF

SHIRLEY ANN STOWELL

ALDEN, NEl\, YonK

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FELECIA MAHTE TOTO

mIS SULLIVAN

NEW YORK, NEW YORK

BUFFALO, NEW YORK

One Y<.>ar Vocational

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ELEANOR n. VANDERWEEL

BUFFALO, NEW YOHK

GOWANDA, NEW -YORK

Kindergarten Primary

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HOWARD A. TRESCH

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FHANK W. TWITCHELL

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HUSI-IV I LLE. NEW YORK

General lllrlusll'ial

Grwmnar

DOUGLAS WALLACE

IIAHOLD G. VALENTINE

N,,,,, YORK

BUFFALO,

NORTHPORT, LONG ISLAND, NEW YORK

One Year Vocal.ional

Art' F:ducaliOil.

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BUFFALO, NEW YORK

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HOHACE E. WILSON

HOLLAND, ·NEW YORK

FALCONER, NRlY YORK

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HUTH A. WILSON

SNYDER, NEW YOUK

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SPRINGVILLE, NEW YORK

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Juniors will be Juniors, at least t he members of the C lass of 1935 arc undergraduates, instead of prospective job seckel's. The three-year training course has been abolished at last. Although the Junior Class did suffer some minor inconveniences during the change, it certainly has been worth while\lOt to have to answer the qu~sLion HWhich Junior class?" In September, the Freshmen girls werc feted by their Junior sisters at an open-air banquet, (picnic to you), This spirit of friendship was continued throughout the year. In fact, the Juniors had so milch affection for the Frosh, that they almost outdid the Sophomores in plaguing t he newcomers during the abbreviated Freshman Daze. Under the leadership of Hees Jone!3, the third year students participated in the Annual Tnt.er~Cla8s Sing. Despite their interesting costumes and a great deal of noise, they tied their affectionate ,l"i'rcshman friends for last place. Aflcl' weeks of Jeverish preparation and prayerful budget~cutting the Juniors, under tile direction of Kay ~1:ool:e, climaxed the first term with the Junior Prom, which .was heJd on Decemher twcnty-second in the ba11l'oom 01 the Hotel Statler. And now, with l\tlov ing~Up Day a thing of the past, the Juniors are concentrating 011 acquiring the look of u'Wordly Wisdom H gcncrally attrihuted to Seniors. How well thcy will succeed, you will see during 1935.

OFFICERS

President Vice-President

MAny HALLAHAN

THOMAS SHANAHAN

Secretary Treasurer

BETTY GALLAGHER

CORNELIA BURZYNSKI

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S()Vti()M()VI: CLASS

OFFICERS

Preside/a Vice·Presideflt

BYRON HILL

RALPH EGGJ,ES'l'ON

Secrelmy l 'n,'Osu,.e,.

ALBERT- Kll l~INHEDER

EDWARD JONES

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The first day of school was a memorable event for the Freshman Class. The excitement of a new sehoe l. of new and strange faces, of innumerable and incxplicClble instructions, slips, wailing lines and lectures was almost enough to damp'en the traclilional Freshman ardor. Doctor Rockwell's welcome in k.~sembly~ however, reassured them, and the Juniol'– Freshman picnic made the girls feel tha t they were in the right place aftt!r all. The other classes were sympathetic in our struggle for survival during the first month. Then came Freshman Days. Not even 'nUl' special friends i n the Junior Class aided us in escaping the ravages of the ever -alert Sophomores. And we did need protection, especially when certain Sophomores arrived on the scene! After the Dedication of the AtbJctic Field o n October 27, our Frosh Soccer team ,,' as triumphant over the Sorhs. This helped to balan ~e our defeat in 'tNe flour battle which raged one November day. Thanks to our class officel's, Haye Conrad, Howard Ki lbury, Bernice T hiedt, and 10hn Reid, two hundred and seventy of 1)13 have reached the advent of our Sophomore year. ~{HY I it be as successful as our first.

OFFTCEHS

President, Vice-Preside/l,t Secreln,ry

HAY)'; CONRAD

HO\YALW KIL8Uny

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MEMllEHS

Class of 1935

Class of 1934

I\AVVA ()I:LTA VI

CONST.o\.NCE BOOTH

SYLVIA AREND

Ar.It:E DONOVAN

.MAllGAll.ET CJ .A nK

OFFICE)tS

H EUNICE HELFER

AllllAHA.U CUTCHER

Presidell'!. Vice-President Secretary Treasurer Reporter Pacuity Advisor

RALPH ROBEIn'SON

FIU.NK' F.STVAN

MARY HOGAN

DORIS ·PAUIEll.

JENN I E C ImSHEL

RUTH HOWARO

ELIZABETH MARTIN

WILLA ltD H.IL'l'S

JEANETTE KNOWJ':l'Oi'l

JEANETTE KNOWLTON

FREDA ANNE LEVENSON

:MARG-,\ U1!:T HOUSTON

JANE SEARLES MH. PUGSLEY

ELIZABETH Mc..:CLATCHY

MARY KEltll

ELIZABETH ~L.\nTIN

HONOltAHY FACULTY

~R. NIWMAN:-i M IL ROOT

HOWAltO RAIlMLOW

DR. HOCKWELL

DOKI S PAL~mR

DEAN HEED

RALPH ROBERTSON

ELIZABETH ROOT

FACULTY MEMBKHS

wI R. PUGSLEY

LUCILE SALLACK

:NIA.RTHA RUSKOWSKI

M,ss Cm

JAN E SEARLES

GEORG I': TALBOT

MISS HIRSCH

MISS ENGLEBRECK ?vIRS. GEMMILL

MISS O'REILLY

SHIRl.EY STOWELL

MISS Wm',..ORo

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MEMBERS

Alpha Sigma A Il'ha

:MAHGAnET RAL.lHVlN

Donis PAUIER /

Alpha Sigma Tau LOIS Fox

~1AlnON WEBER

BEVEIl.LY DOLl.Alln

Delta Sigma Epsilon

OFFICEHS

~ M _AUY RILEY

IJERNTCE IIELFEn

GEUTIlUI)E HElD

President

PIIYI.,I.IS PERNO

Pi Delta Thela

LOIS Fox .

Hecol'ding SOCl'eUlIY ~()rre8IJQI/(li,)g Secrd ;uy

H "LEN SCHNOOR

ANNA PElUlY

MARY RJLEY

1'recfsurer

DORIS PAI.i\1Elt

Pi Kappa Sigm.a

Advisor

PHYLLIS PEnNO

ZITA MULLEtt

Sigma Sigma Sigma

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KAHOl.YN J:hUCKE1'1'

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J ESSA)lINE TI-I IEKOI"F

DOHOTHY STRONG

MAY HODCSON

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ALVIiA SIGMA ALVI-jA

MEMllEHS

LY:"ICH, UOLDEIlnA U )I~ I-I.I·;SS, JOH~STOl'O, . NELSO~. MCCR"\CKEN, ADAMS, ::\IUHPHY STUATElHEIEH, HAWE, 3fACDONAI,O, HANLEY, KOHLER ~IESSNER, LEAVE~ BARTH, GREGI~lI, FRICKE, f:HHISTIANSEN, NELSON, STEPIEN . , SCHUBEHT, SHREDER, DHAKE, YOUNG, PHILlPVILHt, RUSS SCHu'n" ABEND, HEDDEN, KANE, HEYMAN, RAULETT, BALDWIN, ST

JULIA ·M ,\E ADkllS

GERTHUDE KANE

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DOROTHY KOHLER

~/rAltG"\B. I~T BALDWIN

EVANGELINE LEAVE

nETTY LYNCH

VF:ltNAUELLE BARLETT

~1YHA BARTH

ALVIiA SIGM~ ALVIiA

IUENE CARPENTER

LOUISE :MCC'tACKEN

Lucy lVl" ;SSNEB

~fARY CUHISTIANSEN

OFFICERS

VIRGINIA DONNrG.'\N

KATHEUlNE lVloOllE

II ETTY MURPHY

VEItNAnEl,LE BARLETT

ESTHER DnAKE

p,.e~idellt

MAUG,\IlET BALDWIN

DOROT HY FmCKE

FRANCES NELSON

Vice~Prc~ident

S('Cretary ;

MAlWAHEl' HOUSTON

ALICE GUEGER

lVIAXINE NELSON

SHIULEY STOWELL

Treasurer Chaplain Ediln,. Regislrar Jutdor RcprCSclltative to Panhellenic

RHEA HANElVI NCKEL

DORIS PALi\IER

JEANNE Huss H I';LEN SCllUBEHT

SYLVIA AH.E~D

ADELLA HARPER

Runl HEDDEN

ETHEL SCl'.UT'!'

UUTIl J-T IWOEN K .'\THEHINE ~1. 00RE G EnTRUDE KA~E

VELMA HEIST

ETHEL SCHUTT

GRETCHEN I-TOI . I)I·;nr~AU)f

!\·IARY SHREDER

A Senior Representative to P(udwllcnic

~·f ARGAHET HOUSTON

JULIA STEPIEN

S :H1HLEY STOfYELL

K'ATHUYN JOHNSTON

GLADYS YOUNG

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MEMBERS

OFFI.CEIlS

ELIZABETH l\1AIIONEY

HEVERLY BOJ,I.ARD

H.UTII MANTEH

JEANETfE CADY

President Vice-President Recording Secret(l1Y Treasurer Cor,.e.~polldillg Secrefwy / Chaplain

REVE/tLY HOLLAIW

GEN IWIEVE MCCOIDlICK

PHYLLIS CARPENTEH

I.E,\1l WILSON

CATHERINE COONUAD'L'

PUYLLiS C ,lHPEN.TEll.

MAlty OHENAUEll

LOIS ANNE DRYElt

GHACE SCHUBEHT

LoIS Fox

GRACE SCHUBERT

MARION WEBER

MARION WEilER

IDA GONSETH

NIAlty OBENAUER

MARY WHITING

DOROTHY HA LSTEAD

lVLlRY WHrTlNG

Hisloriult Cus/,ollicln

LEAH WILSON

LOlS ANNJ<: DUYER Lors 1"0/' . I • l\1A lUON WEBER

Pauhellenic Representative Punhellenic Rcprescntative

Faculty Advisor Faculty Advisor

MISS LUELLA CH.W"""

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VI [)I:LTA Ttil:TA

JOSEPHINE KI!:[{R /

HELEN BEGGS

OFFICERS

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HELEN ANNE ORMSBY

GENEVIEVE BUNK

President Vice-President

ANNA PERRY

:MARIE EDITH OSBORNE

JUNE GALSGIE

HELEN SCHNOOR

ANNA PEHHY

ELOISE HILL

l\tf ILDRED YAEGER

Secretary Treasurer

ELIZABETH HOOT

HOLLIS HJJ.L

ELIZABETH ROOT

HELEN SCHNOOn

MAllY ANN ,,' HOARE

Senior Panhellenic Representative .I unior I'anhellenic Representative Editor

HELEN SCUNOOH

1\1 n~DRED YAEGER

JUNE GALScm

Chaplain Registrar

JUNE G;ALSGIE

JUNE GALSGIE

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MEMBEHS

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HELEN BOE

\IGMA . §IGMA ~GMA

BETTY MAU'l'IN

KAHOLYN BIIACKETT

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OFF[CERS

JA NET NEEDHA.\J

RUTH CHALMEHS

M "ALHON RICKARD

FLORENCE CONnOy

Presitlettl. Vice-President Recording S(..'Crelary

KAnOLY~ BnACKE'["['

'i'Ii EIlESA RIEMAN

CAROLINE DIVITA.

R UTH CHAL~IERS

W I NONA S IMON

MARION" FRITZ

FLOHENC:E CONROY

ELOISE S I,C),\ N

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Corresponding SfJCl"ewry

Treasw'cI'

THERESA RLK\lAN

Keeper of Grades

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TIIlEHOFF, KUEINIlEI)Elt, IIOOGSON, O' OONNE I,I., STRONG, "~' n I GHT, HEGI.1N(; HENZING, )f1HTH, KI~:YSKR, :nEAD~ SLATEH

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Tt-II:TA §U3MA UV§ILUI'IIj OFF1CFHS

President, Vi,ceMPresidenl Recording Secretary Correspon.din.g Secrelury

nElINICE HELFEH MAny NEWMAN.

President Vice-Presidcmt

M YUA KEYSEH

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FWHENCE :MlRTH

Faculty Adviso,. Faculty .A(lvisor

HELEN BENZI NG

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11),\ {{EGLING

Chaplain Sergea.lIl lIistoria 11 'l'reaslu:er

DOHOT'-' y STHONG

ADELINE KHE I NI-IEDEIt MISS INA J. MEAl) MISS ~L'\'RGAnE'r DUI)HE

ISABELLA RYAN DOROTHY KIRK

Faculty Advisor }1'acully Advisor

MEMBERS

.T EANETTE KNOWLTON KATIlHYN LENNON

MEMBERS

M>.RGARE'l' CLARK

MARY"f ARQUHARSON 'MARTE' IIART~[AN

HITA 0' DON N 1·:1.1 ,

HELEN BENZING

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MARY NEWMAN GJ.o:HTHUUI!: Ih:1J) MARY R,LEY

IDA REGLING

MARY HODGSON

BEllNICE HELFEH

DOI{OTIlY SLATER

MYnA KEYSER

MARY lIOGAN

DOROTHY STHONG .T ESSAi\IINE THIEROFF

ADELINE KRJ!:INHlmEH

THELMA HunnAHD " DOROTHY KiRK

I SABELLA HYAN ELEANOR V ANDERWEEL

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EDNA WURSTEll

CAROL WRIGHT

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JON ES, NOLAN, SPRAGUE, COOK, COOKE, BLAKE,- DRISCOLL, KNAPP BOUr:K,~'\LMER, M.m :,Llm. ,\[CMAIION, HO\\'AllD, PI~HNO, STHOUTS , ,I I

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MEMBERS

OFFICERS

-' CIlABLOTTE BOUCK

:MARION KNAPP

President. Vi,C(!-Prcsident Recording Secretar), Corresponding Secret.my Treasurer CQrresponding Editor Press Agellt

ZI'l'A MULLEK

VIIlGINIA BO\YEHS

ZITA MULLER

RUTI-I HOWAIW

WfARY WfAI{GAUET COOK

LILLIAN NOLAN

PHYLLIS PEHNO

EILEEN COOKE

lVIABGI!;IIY PAUIEH

l\tIAUGEUY PAU'lEH

ANN DIUSCOLI.

PHYLLIS PEHNO

, ANN , DRISCOLL

Hu'l'I! HOWARD

LUCIA S[>RAGUE

CHARLOTTE BOUCK

.T EANE'l'TE STll.OUTS

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PHYLLiS JONES

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Sergeant.at,-A I'ms Keepfl' of Archives

EILEEN COOKE

_~lARY 11ARGAUET COOK "

FACULTY ADVISOHS

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GONSETH, MESSNER, CDNn.OY~ NELSON, AREND BOOTH, IllFFINE, BOOTH, SMEY, DONOVAN

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FREDA ANNE LEVENSON BERTHA ivfANOFF MAlty HILEY

OFFICEHS

President Vicc~ Pres idem

.CONSTANCE BOOTII

~'.1An.Y HALLAHAN FllANCES KEEFE

NIARION DIFFINE

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Sccreta1)" Treasurer Chaplain -

FACULTY ADVlSOHS

ALICE DONOVAN

]V[ ll. HODGIN

IVIISS HOIlSON

T-T l;;LEN BOOTl-1

MEMBERS

GLADYS BLANAH OLIVE BLESSiNG VIRGINIA BODKIN ~1ARY LOUISE CUHISTIANSEN EILEEN COOK I~ CATHERINE COONRADT ANNE DRISCOLL CI-IAULOTTE G U ENErt HILDA GUERCIO FRANCES HENSHAW NLu{Y KEIiH

MYRA KEYSER STEPHANI KOPECK CT~AIRE NL\cDoNAU) ZITA MULLER LILLIAN NOLAN MARGERY PALMEH ANNA PiTTERMAN JEANNE Huss JANE SEAItLES DOROTHY TOWNSEND NIAlUON WEBER

MEMBERS

SYLViA AIlENn

IDA GONSETH

V EL~rA HEIST Lucy NIESSNEH

.CONSTANCE"B90TII

H -ELEN BOOTU

M :AXINE NELSON

FLOltENCft CONHOY

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MARION DIFFfNE

J USTINE S"n~Y

MILDRED YAEGER

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G. EpWORTH BALDWIN

ALBERT KItEINHEDEH

HILL, FLOQn, .MASO~, SULLIVA~, lULL, tIfCKEY~ PJ::CK, SCHERNAU, SYZDEK KOEHLER, COOTS, KREIi'"IIEUEIt. FLICK, CHAINE, ~'lCLERl\'ON, SAN I"OHD~ BALDWIN )1AN ISCA LCO, U,uGHES, ESTVAN, ZAll0RE, OLIVO, HUPP~ TIFFA~Y, S:'iIDElUt,\N. PANKOW / HEWITT KETCHAM, RUCKTON, CZU HLI·:S. STOTTLEU, GHISWOLD, KENI)ALI.~ U,\IUlLOW. HILTS

SALVATOHE'tv.rAN"ISCALCO

FnANK BUEWSTEH

PETER ~f'\SON

LEONARD B UCKl'ON

DAVID E. COOTS

EARl. MCCONNELL

HOWAR]) M cLEnNON

JOHN /CRAINE

FHANK ESTYAN

C .UUlINE OLIVO

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C HESTER FLICK

ARTHlJn PANKOW

OFFlCEltS

THO:\lAS Fwoo

President Vice·President

HIGHAIW STOl'1'LER.

EARL GHISWOLD

IIoWAHI) HA I1MWW

~AnL GmSWOLD

Wrl.l,IAM HEDDEN

H.Hl.HY HATTEN

~ RCCOl~di"g Secretar), Corrc.'~ponding Secretary "

W I LLAHD HILTS

U USSRL I-IEWl'n

HAYMOND KE::,,(DALL

nODERT IIrC-KEY

WILLIAM SAVAGE

G, WESLEY KETf:l-B}j1 How AnD RAHMLOW

Treasurer Chapiain Serf,t.-'Unt

HY ltON Hlu.

FllANK SCHERNAU

GEOnGE SNIDERHAN

M .I·:LVIN HILI .

LEONARD BUCKTON

Wn,LAHD HILTS

RICHAHD STO'l"I'LEK

CLTFFOHO HUGHES

PAUL SULLIVAN

FACULTY ADVI.SOHS

GLEASON Hupp

JOHN SvznEK

l\iR. STEPHEN CLEJI EN'!' lVII{. S},ANLEY CZURL.. ;S .. NIIt. IIOMER Rnuc..:

M'II. IIlV"'/; C. PERKINS MIL EDWARD L. MOIU\I(;E

RAYi.\lOND KENOALJ~ G. WESLEY KETCHAM

GEOnGE TAI.IlOT

~1 H, RAY:\10ND FUETZ

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EVERETT KOEHLEH

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EGGLESTO~. STU)IPF, KEAN, nrCHARDSOl\", RADTKE, BnOSS;\I ,\ N SCHUillAKI':U, HICllAltDSON, LINDNEH, JAl\" SEN~ UPTON, JONES, BUFTON LAPE, HOEFFLER, VAN B UREN, C7. I::C II , KgNDALI.. In:STOIU'F. "'IAUTI~LL I:: , HALL HEFFLEY, CALLERI, COFUAN, HUCKI NS, HOLLSTEIN, NITCHKE, SM ITH

HAROLD nANKS

OLlVlm KENDALL

DONALD nROSS,\fAN

RICIIAUO LAPE

HAHOLD LINDNER

JACK HlJFTON

VJI Vtil orrrCEHS

RA YI\·lONIJ H L'RTCIl

EDWARD l\IIAllTELLI~

1933 LESTER E. COFRAN

19:14· lL\ YJIOND C. HOLLSTEIN

EOWAltD MUSl'AUJ)

I GNATIUS CAI.Llml

President V:ice-l>,-e~idellJ.

EARL N ITC,HKE

I,ESTEll COFltAN

M:. C.HA,ElU

JGNATIUS

HOWARD TRESCII

DONNELL COLLINS

RAYi\IONI) RAUTKJ';

Secretary Secretary Fina.ncial Secreta.ry T,.(.'a~u,.e,. Chaplain Sergeant-at-A I'm's Editor i-[ons,e l);[anuger Paollit:r Advi"or Fac:.~ll'.y A.dvisor ->~.~ Facu./i,y Advisor ) - Faculty Advisor FlIculty Advis()r Facu.II:r A dvisor

EARl. N l 'rCIlKE J ,I CK BUFTON W ~LTEn C;IY{\N DUUEN C. COURTLA N1)'SmTII

HOWAHD TRESCH

In.VING H I~STO'U' '''

EU)lUND CZECH

EARL N ITCHKE WALTER J. HEFFLEY U.A YMOND HOLLSTEIN EDWIN l\tlusTARD ELinEn W. RICHARDSON DONAL!) C. BHOSSi\1AN C. ·COUHTLAND S~lITH MR. CLINTON BURKE M H. I-T O ilER E. COYER

EL.\tI~U R ICUAnOSON

UALPH-ECGLESTON

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FLOYD GUAHAlI

FUANCI S RI CHAltDSON

EDIHRD HALL

CUAULES SCHILLING

Hrc H I\H!) LAPE

FIL.\ .'1ClS RICHARDSON

WALTER HEFFLEY

Roy SCHUMAKER

DONALD G . BUOSSMAN C. COURTLA NU SJIlTH ~'1rL CI. I NTON BunKE NIn. HUllEn E .-COYER -<\- MR. ROllERT 0. DEMOND I MR. GEOUGE E. HUCKINS :.- ~IH. J OSIc:I.' J[ I·'. PHILLII~I'I Mn. G~OfIG" M. QUACKENBUS,., / j

C. COURTLAND S., ITH

EUGENE HOEFFLER

RAYMOl'iO HOLLSTEI~

HEIlBERT STUMPF

HOWARD TllESCIi

RALPH JANSEN

NELSON U PTON

EDWAR» JONI';S

Mil. HOIlEnT 0. DEMOND MR. GEORGE E. HUCKDIS M il. JOSEPH F. PHILLIPPf / .M II. GJ.o:OItC I~ M. Q UACKENU USIl

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MANLEY, ROBERTSON, GRISWOLD, nUCKTON, BUFTON, SMITH, EGGLESTON, HILL FJ~OOD, JON ES STOTTLEH, JONES, LINDNER, HILTS, HILL, HALL

§1f:JMA UJl§ILU"-I OFFICERS

President Vice-President

HAROLD LINDNER

President Vice-President Recurding Secrelary Cu,.respofl,ding Secl'clmy

BEl\"JAi\UN GOLD RUDOLPLl SCHASEL DONALD DOBBTNS RAY GODFREY FnANCIS TILLEY JOSEPH RUFFINO

.FRANCIS :MANLEY

WILLARD HILTS

Sf.--'Crel.wy Treasurer llistorian

REBS JONES

TreaSU1U" Hisloriwl

HALI'H HOBERTSON

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FAC;ULTY ADVISORS

FACTJI/ry ADVISORS

Dn: THURBER Du. NEU.\lANN

MH. ROOT

~fR. CHARLES R. BIL\DLEY DR. OSCAR E. HERTZBERG

l\rliL CHAHLES A. VAIL MR. WALTER B. WEBER

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lVin. CHESTER A. PUGSLEY

ED'YARD JO~ES R,ms JONES ( H.",pw' LINDNER FRANCIS :MANLEY ED'VARD J\tl USTAlW

LI~ONAHD RUCKTON

MEMBERS BEN.JA.lIIN GOr.D

JACK BUFTON

EARL ROOD JOSEPH RUl"l<'INO LEE SCELSI RUDOLPH SCHASEL HENHY SC1I"111)1' MILTON SUGG FRANCIS TILLEY WALTEH \VALTl-:H FLOY!} ZIEHL

JOSEPH ALMgl'WINGEH NELSON BAUER RUDOLPH BRO"YN JA.\IES BUUNS Flu NelS DAVIES DOMINIC DIVITO DONALD DonIH~S CUARLES GIAMBEI,Ll; C,\ RAY GODFHEY

GEORGE HUBBARD ROBERT HUBBARD J'onUEST l\'IAX''\-'ELL STANLEY MICHAEL SAiUUEL lVIORGANTE STVAHT 0' HAGEN Gr.E~WOOD PENSUEN 1IAltVIN PITTEH»IAN JOHN RADDEH.

RALPH EGGLESTON

TIlOJUAS FLOOD

EARL GHISWOLD

STUtHn' O~HAGEN

EnWAltD HALL

HYltON I-IlLL

RALPH ROBERTSON

FREDEHICK S~nTH

l\1ELVIN HILL

WILLAltD HILTS

RIC'MAR]) STOTTLEH

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