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In appreciation of his efficient administration of yocational education and of his indefatigable and sac ri fIcing labor in the organization of the part-time school s.

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BAlmy WESCOTT ROCKWELL, B. A., M. A., Pd. D. Principal

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IRVING C. PERKINS, B. S.

Wb ' RTLE VIOLA CAUDELL, B. S:, 11. A.

Director of

Director of

Vocational Industrial Department

Vocational Homemaking Department

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1J!arulty of ]Iorational l[\epartmrnt

1l1achine Shop Practice and Indusl'rial Ed/leation W oodwork;ny Printing V ocatimtal Industrial Electrical Theory and Shop Practice

\i\/J!:NDELL T. ApPLEBEE eLl NTON B. BURKE GEORGE E. HUCK'r NS GEORGE lVI. QUACKENfiUSH, 13. S. WALTER B. WEBER

1J!arulty of fliomrmaking l[\rpartmrnt

Science Domestic- Art . Foods History Chemistry . Design Vocatimwl H omcnwking i-Iomernaking Teacher Training IvIetll.ods in Vocational H omem'aking Vocal-ion-al Dressmaking Foods

ELIZABETH L. BrSHOP, B. S. ALTCE A . BRTC I-lA)''[ , B. S. HUBIE DONALDSON, B. S. HA1UHET FAJRnANKS, A. E, ANNA r..!I. GE~D.HLL, B. S., 1'1. A. iVL\RG U r,:RTTE HANSON, B S. M.w C. NYE, f\. B., M. A. AMY REXTREW, B. S. . V eSTA N. SCOBY, B. S. ELI ZABETH P. TA'':LOR. BLANCHE N. \iVrsHARD, B. S. MILDHED L. SIPP, B. S. HELEN C. SMITH PHILIP AUCI-IAMPAUGH, B. A .. wI. ,A..

Leave of Absence Leave of Absence Leave of Absence

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lIlatulty of

GERTRUDE :NI. BACON~ B. S . FLORENCE G. BOORMAN CHARLES B. BRADLEV

Superintendent of Practice Teaching J( indergarten H rad of Art Department Head of Kindergarten-Prinwry Department Penmanship . Psychology and Melltal Testill.'! Head of Department of Social Sciences Health Education . FI istor)' and Registrar Enqlish Head of Health Edncation Department lVIusic Ruglish and Drmnatics H cad of English Department Nlusic Head of Mathema·tics Department Elc1JteJltar.y Sdcnce and Natltre Stud).! Killdcrgartclt-Primar)! Depart1nent Arithmetic Hend of Edllcotioll Department [-[ ealth Education J.l;Iusic Drawing and Design Libraria·1'/– Geogmphy

LOUISE lvI. CASSET\' LUELLA CHAPMAN SUSAN F. CIIASE, B. L.. lvI. A., Pd. D. STEPHEN C. CLEMENT, B. A . MARY CONKLIN. B. A .. M . A. I-] ELEN C. ENr;LEBREcK~ B. A. I-IAZEL HARR[S, B. S., lvI. A. RUTT-T E . I-IousToN, B. A. EDNA N. HURD J,\ NE N[ . KEELER IDA L. KEMPKE, Pel. B., B. 1\" M. A. M. LOUISE :NIclVIAHON

J. F. PmLLII'PI, B. A., M. A. CATHERrNE E. REED, A. B. LAURA L. REMER, Ph. B., M. A. JENNrE RonsoN, Pel . B. CHARLES C. ROOT, B. Pd .. M. Pcl.. B. A.. lvI. A. \VI NJFRED E. SAL01[ R UTI-I E. SPEIR AMELIA BLWWNE SPRAGUE GRACE VlELE, B. L. LILLIAN \i\lALKER, B. S.

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Critic Teache1', Ninth Grade u Eighth Grade " Seventh Grade " " Sixth Grade " ,. Fifth Grade " " Fourth Grade " " Third Grade " " S ecoud Grade " " First Grade . Acting Principal Critic Teacher, Eighth Grade " Seventh Grade " Sixth Grade ., Sicr!h G,yade " Fifth Grade " " Fourth Grade " " Third Grade " " Third Grade " " Second Gnwe " u S econd G1'Ode u Fi'rst Grade " " First Grode " " Kindergarten

I\-hNN IE GROVES . MARY H. FOWLER ELIZABETH B. SMALL HELEN \ VEIS STELLA O'REILLY C ARRIE BENSON, Assistant Principal ELLA ~.f. SMITH . TlIERESA A . H.OEHSLER ERN INA S. SMITH

'radier S>r~ool at 'ublir j}r~ool No. 3D

lVIAY C H URCHILL i\l. JOSEPH INE DURNEY EDN A R. GARDNER FANNY A. G ARV I N C HARLOTTE 1\11. .MOORE LINA GIELOW LENA L. DENECKE lVIARlON L. 'vV AKE"MAN J ENNIE Moss IvlrNNlE B. LAWD

JANE L. ELLIS ALICE McKAY

FRANCES M . RUDELL CLARA A. KRE fN I-T EDER

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"Ca.rpe dicllt-llfalw nse of flt e £10)',1>

CL.,\SS :MOTTO :

!&rnillr QUall1l (!i)ffiCHll

Preside.'111

KE~NETII ~'Vl "\I{S IL

,J,'icc Presidcnt

~.J J LJ)RLV \\'EI S

Sec retal'Y Treasurer

E ST! ! 1-:1\ l-l Al;l; I~[{T\'

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CULORS :-OLD ROSE A.'iD S ILVER.

FLOW ER :- 1<.051:: ,

. . Buffalo, N . Y.

B.-\LDRlDGE, f..'IARY

BACKM,\i'{ IvlARJON L. . . . . .. Buffalo, N. Y. /-!omell/a/?iug Sigma Sigma Sigma. President-'22, '24.

. . Buffalo, N. Y.

General N ormal "Self-reverence, self-knowledge, self– control; these three lead life to sovereign power." BAXTER, GEORGE B. . ..... \lVaverley, N. Y . One Yen}' Scholarshi,p Glee Club. Kappa Kappa Kappa. Men's Club. Faculty Student Council. Athletic Association. "The Warbler."

ADOLPHSON, GERTRCDE

Homemaking H. A. Club-Vice President, '23. Junior Class President, '23. Senior Class picture Committee. "The last time we met was in utter despair, Because she had nothing whatever to \vear."

Recording Secretary-'2l H. A. Club-President '24. Faculty Student Council, '24. Phi Upsilon Omicron. Elms Board-Business Manager.

Dramatic Club - "Midsummer Night's Dream", "Blessed Birthday", "Twelfth Night", "Cradle Song". "The play's the thing." BAKER, HENRY L. .. . ..... Rochester , N . Y. One Year Scholarship Glee Club. Men's Club. Athletic Association. Mechanics' Institute, '17, '18. "Puddle .TlI111per exper\''' 14

. ...... .Buffalo, N. Y.

ARCHER, JOSEPH

One Year Scholarship

Glee Club. Men's Club. Athletic Association.

Springville College, Mass., '17. "Takes school work seriously."

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.Buffalo, N. Y.

EI~MOLD, F RED .......... -... Chester, N. Y. OflC Veal' Scholarship Glee Club. Men's Club. "The boy from Cooper Union." ESCHNER, HERMAN P... , ... Buffalo, N, Y. Vocal iontrl Extensio'll Teacher of :Manual Training- Elm Voca– tional School. "Many things , .. become our own through moderation and wise self-restraint."

B EIlASI

D "VISOX, ELIZABETH

H olllcmabng

H. A. Club. Senior Class Cap and Gown Comm ittee. " Life is a jest and all things show it, I thought so once, but no\v I know it."

.. . . ~ . ,Buffalo, N. Y.

ENDRES , ALBERT

VocatioNal Ex/ension Teacher of T ire Vulcanizing-Elm Voca– tional School. "Believe in life, it teaches better than orato rs and books."

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F AXLANGER, FRANK ....••. Buffalo, N. Y. Ouc Y ear Scholarship

. ..... Buffalo, N. Y.

EVERILL, GEORGE

FI NCH, NELSO;o{ ..

Two Year Gcncralilldltslrr(!/

Olbe Y em' ScholarsltiJ!

Kappa Kappa Kappa. Record Staff. Dramatic Club. Glee Club. Men's Club. "Congressional Record- Golden Age." F I NNEGAN, FRAN K V.... ... Buffalo, N. Y. Two Year Generallndltst1'ial Glee Club. Men's Club. Athletic Association. Section Captain. "Just wash."

P si Phi. Men's Club. Athlelic Association. "Our shiek,-Ioves them al l."

E lms Board. Men's Club. Athletic Association. Glee Club. "Our Parliamentarian."

EVDT, FREDERICK H...... .. . Buffalo, N. Y. One Year S cholarship P si Phi. Men's Club. Athletic Association. "H ead ing \Vest."

FEE, EDWARD J............. Buffalo, N. Y. Vocational E;t.·tensiolt Teacher of P ress \York-Elm Vocational School. "To do nothing by halves is the way of noble spir ils."

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HAGERTY, E STHER .... Niagara Fa ll ~, N. Y. l-I olllc1IIak jnu Clionian-Trcasurer '22. H. A. Club-Treasurer '21. Senior Class Secretary. Elms Boat·d. " j f you want work well done select a busy man-the other kind has no t ime." HALLETT, ANNE E . ,., .. ... Buffalo, N, Y. H oJJH!1Hahng H. A. Club. Bulletin Board Committee, 'Z-t. " par if she will, she will; You may depend 011't : And if he won't, she won't; So there's an end all't."

... Buffalo, N. Y.

GR ISJ.EY, D .... NIEI. W........ Buffalo, N. Y. Two Year Cell e'ral IHd"/tstriat Kappa Kappa Kappa-Vice President.

GERIIRACUT, K ARL H.

O'IC Year Scholarship

Mcn's Club Dramatic Club-"Blc!;sed Birthday". Elms Board. Athletic Association. Senior Class Invitation Committee. "Six words have a claim on me each day, I ought. I must, 1 ca n, I will, 1 dare, 1 may." GOROO::>", VVILLLUI .. . . Bridgeport, COl1n. Due Yeti,. Scho larship P si Phi. Glee Club. Men's Club. Athletic Association . "A little Scotch, please."

Varsity Basketball- '2Z, '24. Junior Class-Vice President. Men's Club. At hletic Association-Secretary. "That innocent baby look."

GUILFOYLE, HENRY L . . ' . Rochester, N. Y. O,/,c Yem' Scholarship Men's Club. Ath letic Association. Mechanics l nstiLUte-'21, '23. ",Mathematical' wizard."

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. .Buffalo, N. Y.

HART, L EON G........... Rochester, N. Y. One Year Scholarship Men's Club. Athletic Association. "Thinks a lot, says little."

HEISER, ALlCE E.

HEI'Pj CLAHENCE

H omemaking Elms Board-Literary Editor. Art. Kraft Klub- Secretary, '2 1. Glee Club-'ZO. Faculty Student Coullcil-'23. Dramatic C1ub-"Blessed Birthday." Section Captain, '24.

Two Year Geucrol hld·usJrial

Kappa Kappn Kappa. Mell's Club. Athletic Association. Senior Dance Commirtee. "Ha, ha, sec, I laugh! I'm not mad." HOGAN", CL:\RA •.•......... Buffalo, ·N. Y. General No rmal Sigma Sigma S igma. Dramatic Club- "Blessed Birthday," Elms Board-School News Editor. "A lhing of beauty is a joy forever."

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.. Elmira, N. Y.

HAYES J

RAYMOND

Y. W. C. A. H . A. Club. "Stands tip toe ('Ill

OUf' Year Scholarship

Psi Phi. Glee Club. Athletic Association. Orchestra. Men's Club. "The class dandy."

the misty mountain

tOllS."

HELLER, Lours ..... . .. Schenectady, N . Y. Two Year General Ind1',ffrial

Elms Board- Art Editor. Record Staff-Art Editor. :Mcn's Club. Edison Drafting School, '18, '22. "That chalk talker." 18

HOUSE, EVELYN L. ... ..... Buffalo, N. Y. Homemaking H. A. Club-Secretary, '20. Elms Board. Phi Upsilon Omicron. "Characterlikc embroidery is made stitch by stitch." HUBACHl~K, CARL H ... ' . Rochester, N. Y. One Year Schola-rship Glee Club. Athletic Association. Men's Club. Mechanics Tnstitute, '10, '14. "Quiet and ambitious."

. . La Salle, N. Y.

HCLL, BENNE.TT R. ..

I;IUMMELL, RALPH P .. . North Evans, N. Y. Two Year General btdustrial Kappa Kappa Kappa-Corresponding Secretary.

One Yea'" Scholarship

Athletic Association. St. Louis Technical School. Scranton 1. C. S. "The village cut-up."

Glee Club. Orchestra. Athletic Association. Men's Club. "Good looking."

HU .... 1.MELL, GEORGE C. . .... Buffalo, N. Y. Vocational E.rtcJlsion Teacher of Printing-Elm Vocational School. "Simplicity is always right."

.Buffalo, N. Y.

JOHNSON, CATHERINE

Homemaking

H. A. Club.

"Happy am I, from care I'm free \-Vhy aren't they fill contented like me?"

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. . .Oneonta, N. Y.

KOLBE, MARION .... . . . .. . Buffalo, N. Y. H oJJlema'/.;il1{) H . A. Club. Y. W. C. A. "\Vhat with laughing and danci ng', days never seem long." K.LA1}:MJNZER, FRED A , . Schenl.::ctady, N. Y. OtIC Veal' Scho/al'slii/) Psi Phi. Dramatic Club. Elms Board. Men's Club General Electric Extension-'22. l. C. 5.-'18. Union College Extension-'21. "As solemn as a judge."

. .... Utica, N. Y.

J ONE:;, ROBERT A. . .

T'HJO Year G"ell.cralindasfria{

One! Veal' Sclwlarship

Psi Phi. Dramatic Club. Athletic Association . Men's Club "Fat Men's l~ace Candidate."

Glee Club. Atbletic Association. ),{cn's Club 5th. Kensington, Eng.-Extension. "OUI" minor canon ."

. .Buffalo, N. Y.

11ARSI';JLLES, JEAN

. Endicott, N. Y .

l( E)'U', OSWALD }.:I.

H omclIw.!.;illg Sigma Sigma Sigma-Recording Secre– tary, '21. H. A. Club. "Never trouble trouble, till trouble trou- bles you ."

Two Year Genernlinrirtstrial

Kappa Kappa Kappa. 11en's Club Oswego State Normal-'21, '22. "No rubber heels for me."

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MdvIAHON, JOHN J., JR. ... . Buffalo, N. Y. Two Year Gelleral Industrial Kappa Kappa Kappa. Baskethall Tcam-'22, '24. Captain-'23, '24. Senior Ring and Pin Committcc Athletic Association. ~Men's Club

. 'WashingtoLl, D. C.

.MITCH liLL, HUGH M.

MARSH, KENNETH B. .. Jamestown, N. Y. One Year Scholarship Scnior Class President. Faculty Student Council. Section Captain. Psi Phi. "Mcn's Club "Each man shall have the post that fits his powers." r..JCKENZll~. ].\)lES E . . . .... Buffalo, N. Y. One Vcar Scholarship Glee Club. Men's Club Athletic Association. "The Bookworm."

One Y car Sc/Jola./"shij)

Kappa Kappa Kappa. Glee Club. Men's Club George 'I\'ashington Univcrsity, '16, '17. Columhia Univers ity, '18, '19. "The wonder man."

Canisius College, '20, '22. "Benny, the Irish Jew."

. Bradford, Pa.

:MORROW, En'lEL

Cra-m11lar Symcuse University, '19, '21.

. . Buffalo, N . Y.

MI LLER, ARTHUR G. L.

One Y car Scholarship

Summer Session, '21, '22. "Observe the opportunity." First student to finish the new three– year course.

Glee Club. "Men's Club Athletic Association. "The 'pro f' in the class."

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PumCE, CHARU::S A. .. ..... . Buffalo, N. Y. Vocational E.~·"eHsj01l Teacher of Starting, ,L ighting and Igni– tion-Elm Vocational School. "The argument of the strongest is always the best."

NAUERT, LE\VIS ]. ......... Buffalo, N. Y. Two Year Geueral b~dus'l'ia,l Kappa Kappa Kappa-Presi dent. Glee Club. Cheer Leader. Elms Board. Section Captain. Athletic Association. Men's Club. Senior Song and Motto Committee. "The advertiscment fo r . N ervine'." PEASE, ETHEL G............ Buffalo, N. Y. Cl'lIcral Normal y. w. C. A. P ennsylvania Slate Coll ege. Uni versity of Buffalo. "Success of to-day depends upon prepara– tion of yesterday."

PREFERT, E STHER C.

.. Buffalo, N. Y.

H o1llemakiug Senior Class Treasurer. Sophomore Class President. Phi Upsilon Omicron. H. A. Club Y. w. C. A.-'20, '21. "Tby modcsty's a candle to thy merit." QUIRK, KEATlNG F... . ... . . Buffalo, N. Y. Two Year General flillusfrial Men's Club. "Slow motion."

POPP, PA UL R

.. ..... Buffalo, N. Y.

Que Year Scholarship

Glee Club. Concordia Teacher's College- River Forest, Ill. "And we heard the organ."

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. . . . . .Glassboro, N . J.

.. Buffalo, N. Y.

REI NH ARDT, Au c..: L.

SAINE, FLOYD D........... Dunkirk, N. Y. T wo Year Genrrallnd'lIslrilll Men's Club. Athletic AS50ciation . Senior Invit alion Committee, Kent State Teacher's College-'21, '22. "Advertising manager for Ohio Sta te." SALISBURY, H ,\RLEY E. .. Binghamton, N . Y. Two Year General 11Idustrial P si Phi- President. Glee Club. Men's Club. Senior Pictu re Commi ttee. Elms Board. "Down Home."

RA NDALL, HELEN

H Olllema.king

General No rmal

E lms ·Board. University of Buffalo- '21, '22 "It's the smile that wins."

Clionian-'21 , '24. H. A. Club-Secretary, '21. "Is't not yOllr tr ick ?"

RILEY, HELEN .M... . .

RATHBUN, M:\RIAM ........ Buffalo, N. Y. /-loJJu!makiug Aretbusa. Phi Ups ilon 9tnicron- Librar ian, '24. "Happiness IS a wayside fl ower that grows along the highway o f thoughtf ul– ness."

Lockport, N. Y.

Gene"a i !Vormal

Glee Club-'22, '2.1. "He who will s-can."

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S HonlAKER, F \um Z....... Dunkirk, N. Y. OHC J'eor Sello/an/lip 1!f.en's Club

SCHNEPI'LE, ELIZABETH P. . Buffalo, N. Y . H omellla/~i1lg Phi Upsilon Omicron. H. A.' Club. ;'Oh, sleep it is a gentle thing I-nut what about the alarm clock?"

SMITH, DONALD E.... East Chatham, N. Y. Two Y ('or Gel/ani IJ!.d,~slrial Athletic Association-P resident. Men's Club---T reasurer. Section Captain Senio r Class \¥ays and Means COIll– mittee. "The man who put East Chatham on the map." S ?\IJTH , FRANKLI N L. . . . ... Buffalo, N . Y. Onl..' Veal' Scholarship Men's Club "The silent knight."

Athletic Association. "Daddy of them all"

... . ... Ak ron, N. Y.

SK ILLEN, D ORIS

. . . . ,Derby, N. Y.

S HEAR, HERm:RT L.

Two Year Gem'raj flu/uslrial

H . A. Club.

P si Phi. Men's Club Athletic Association. Orchestra. "H enry Ford's master draftsman."

"YOLI Ireat me just like a rlog."

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President Vice Presiden,t

MARY GOR1f AN VVALTER S1IITI-I VVILLIAM V EIGEL THELMA SHOEMAKER

Secretary Treasurer

CLASS OF 1926

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President Vice Pres'ident SecretaT)1 .Treas1/.'rc'r

JOHN COUGHLIN . ALFRED C. DAHL . TVIARI0N BIGGERSTAFF EVELYN WARD

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Gerbracht

Faxlanger

Nauert

Everill Klallmin7.er

Heller

I-Ieiser

Weis

Backman

Hagerty

House

MILDRED B. WEIS 1frss KE 'MPKE

Editor-in-Chief Faculty Adviser

llnarll nf 1.ElIitnrll

Bushtess iV! a.nage·}' . Literar}' Editor A"t Ed-ito,' News Editor

11ARION L. BACKMAN ALICE E. HEISER

LOUIS H ELLER

CLARA HOGAN

,Circulation kIanager ,Photographic Editor Ass't. Business A1anager As/t, A rt Editor Ass't. Circulation ..Manager

FLmn KLAU?\'flNZI~[(

I-IART.EY SAL ISBURY KAl~L H. GI':J{BHACHT

LOU IS NAUERT

GEORCE EVEI< ILL

Allllnriatl' 1.ElIitnrll

A.LFRED C. DAHL

EVELYN Housl~:

:MARIAN RATHBUN

FRANK FAXLANGER

ESTIIER I-J AGERTY

ALICE REINHARDT

FLOYD SAINE

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THE RECORD STAFF

Brinkerhoff

Heller

Abate

Finsterback

Maxwell

Cooke Goodman

Leinert

Fox

Smith

Lull

Finch

Bodwell

Smith

Boa

Blaisdl;l1

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Fisher

IDqr irenr" §tuif

J EANETTE F. GOOD~ I A~

Editor-in-Chief Faculty Adviser

M 1SS MULIlULL.'1'l>

14iterury lllllurll

Litemry Editor Nc7.oS Editor .Assist(1'IIt N c'Ws .l!.'d·itor

IVIARGARET Sl-IEEHAN FJ~ EDEHlCA Fox

PAULINE JACKSON

.Follies Editor Society Editor

lVf ADELI NE BLAISDELL

\VrUvIA SlII IT ll

Mell's Athletic Editor Girls' Athletic Ed·itor A 'rt Ed·itor Pructit:1l School Reporter

HARRY AllATE

lvlARGARET LlE NERT

LOU I S HELLEH

E LIZABETH \VRll;UT

Proofreaders

KATll E1HNE S.\UTH

lllullinellll lllllurll

D. NELSON FlNCH P ATRfCIA BODWELL

Husincss iVIa·nagcr Advertising Nlanager Assistant Advertish~g Ma.nagcr

EVEL VN GRAM:

Circulation Man.ager . E.1'chanoe Editor

THELMA SHOEMAKER

LOUISE FRASER

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1924-MEN'S BASKETBALL T EAiM- 1924 Smith, Mgr. Abate Leo McMahon, Capt. Applebee, Coach Shea

Coughlin

Powell

Veigel

DiCesaro

i1tanltrtball OFFICERS

Ca/'tain Stll dent Jl1allrtger Coach Captain Elect for 1924.-25

JOT-TN 1l1ci\:IAHON

WALTER J. SWTH MR. W. T . A 1'I'LEREC

HARRY A BATE

Position F .F

Teant JOTTN &1 C lYL\ HON , Ca/ltain J :\C K SHEA

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DAN G]{JSLEY \VILB U R LEE Tnoi\'1AS CLEXRY

l-L\ RRY ABATE LL':I~ POWI£LL

\YLLLT:\ ~\r VEICI ~r. ALBERT DICESARO JOT-TN COUGT-l UN

RECOHD I'OR 1923-24.

i\'[ecil anics' Institllte ........ 22 Ccneseo Nornnl ........... [2 U. B. Frosh .............. 23 . .. .. .. .. I4 Brockport Normal .. ... .... 20 Alumni .. . . . .. .. .. . .... r6 Fredonia 1\01'111<1 \ ....•••.•• 10 Geneseo Normal ........... II St. Joseph's. .

Fredonia No rmal

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N or111al ....... . . .. ... 17 Normal . . . . .......... 1-4 Normal. ..... . .. . .... TO N or111al ... . ... . . . .... 10 N or111a1. . . . . . . . . . . R No rmal .... .. ... . . . .. 17 NOl'm;:\l ..... . ... • .... Tf Normal .. ....... . .. . . [3

:\fo rm~l .... . ... . .... . T S ~onl1al . ... . ..• ...... 4 Normal .... • . •. . . . .. · 3-4· ~oflnal .. .. ..... .... . 15 ~o1'1nal ....•.. .. .. . .. 17 ~o J'lnal ...... . . . ..... 28 ~onnal .......... .. .. 15 Normal. ..... . ....... 1.+ r\ onnal ... . ... .. ..... 13

Masten Park ......... . .... 9 Canisills Seniors .......... 8 'Masten Park .............. 12 51. Joseph's ............... 11 "Mechanics' Institute ........ 13 Canisius Frosh ............ 10 U . B. Frosh .. . .... . ....... 19 Brockport ......... ... .... 19

The best trip abroad was taken about Nlarch first . The team played Brockport, l\lfechanics' Institute, and Geneseo Normal on sllccessive nights.

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TOURNAMENT CAMES AND scorms

Second Year A .. . . .. I2 Section II ....... . ... . .. 29 Second Year B ... , . , ... 2I Section VII .... ·34 Section II ....... . . . . . .. 2I Section IV ............. 17 Section II . . . ........ ·33 Second Year B .... . .... 16 Second Year C ...... . .. 28 Second Year C .......... 14 Second Year B . . . ...... 15 Section VII ....... .. .... IO Second Year A ......... 5 Second Year B ......... 10 Section II . . ... .. ... . ... 14 Second Year C ........... 16 Section VIII ' ............ r5 The players of J lIllior Section II lost but one game in competition with eight teams, and were a\'I"arded the 1923-24 C011rt championship. Each girl on the team received a large letter "N". They are: Section VIn ....... . .... I I Second Year C .......... IO Section III . . .. , . .. . . ... 3 Section IV ...... . .. . .... 6 Section VIn ..... ...... . 2 1 Section III ..... .. .. .... J2 Second Year A .... . .... 24 Section VII . . ...... . . . .. 15 Section I V . . . . .......... 5 Section VIII ....... . .... 17 Section II ..... . ...... ··34 Second Year A .... .. .... 44 ,Section VIII ....... . .... IO Section VIII . ... . . . . . . 19 Section VIII ...... . . .... 18 Second Year f\ ......... 36 Section II . ...... ... .... 15

~'Iargaret Hurley Florence lV[a50n :rvlary Congrevc Cecilia Okpisz ;VJabel Oberly, Captain Eugenie Nichols The follovving teams were chosen by the players as the best fro111 all the Junior and Senior teams, and 'were awarded their class numerals: BLACK TEAM ( SECOND YEAR) ORANGE TEAM (FI RST YEAR) Mary Ryan ....... . .......... J. c. Margaret Hurley ........ . .... J. C.

Olive Butzer . ... .. .. . . . . . .. .. S. C. Nlary Congreve ........ . ..... . .. F. Ethel Paris ....... . . . . . ........ F. Genevieve 1VrcLane ..... .. . .. .. .. G. Gertrude Maloney ...... ... ..... G. Dorothy Pagel (S"bstitute) . . .. S. C.

Jane D insmore ....... . ' . ..... S. C. Nanna Drake . . ........ . ...... . F. Mary Graham ............ . .. . .. F. Genevieve Ruczyk ... . . . ..... . .. G. Cornelia Saggese ................ G.

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Rouselle

Moulton Kraus Wagner

Moo:e

Rien

Brink

Nelson

McVittie

Blaisdell

Sanders

Palumbo

Hanson

Banrluhn

Sheehan

Walbridge

Moran

Tanner

Thompson

Paul

L~ne

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OFFICERS

:MARGARET A. SHEEHAN GLADYS V. l-:iU)WORTI-1 MILlWED LANG

President Vice President Recordillg Secretary Corresj)ond'ing Secretary Treasurer

ELTZABETH SLOAN

LILLIAN BANDUl-lN

HONORARY .iVIElIIBERS

Mr . Bradley Miss Sprague

Iv! iss Brigham il.liss Hanson

SENIOR l\'f Ei\lBERS ~I. Helen 'Th ompson J UNlOR .MElIU3ERS Lydia Nelson Ivfarian lViac \Tittie Isadore Phetteplace Mary Palumbo Norine Paul Mary Moran Yvonne Rouselle Genevieve RUSlCZyk Mary Ryan Elsa Sanders

Lillian Banduhn Madeline Blaisdell j\·finnie Brink Lydia Dickman Gladys Hepworth Lolita Kraus Eleanore IVlyers Dorothy Moore Helen l\J Dlilton

1-£l len Schoenborn .tvlargaret Sheellall Elizabeth Sloan Beatrice Tanner Alpha Ursitti Jeanette Wagner Gladys Walbridge

S ister Tvlary IVlagdalen e Sister Mary Constance

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iramatit C!Ultb

OFFTCERS

THELi\{A S HOE)'1 AKER :MARION FISHER GERTRUDE f..tI YERS KARL 1 ..1. GERBRACHT rvirss JANE KEELER

Prcside-nt Vice President

Secretary Treasurer . Director

CAST OF "THE BLESSED BIRTHDAY" By Florence Converse

Eli ....... . .... .... . .... Geraldine Williamson Tobias ......... . ..... .. ..... Catherine Smith Miriam ............ . ... . ..... Frances · Zacher Leah ......... .. ............ Dorothy Stanley Esther .. . .. ... . . . . . .. ......... Esther Terry Ruth ....... . ............... .. Evelyn Gram THE WEDDING PARTY The Bride .................... Alta Bolender The Bridegroom ............ Frank Faxlanger Mother of the Bride ......... Frederica M. Fox Father of the Bride . .. . .... Karl H . Gerbracht The Guests ...... ] eanette Goodman, Margaret Leinert, Dorothy Maxwell

THE ANGELS Angel of the Annunciation .... Ruth E. Barnum Angel of the Nativity ........... :Marion Fisher Angel of the Resurrection .. ..Edith Kennebrook THE HOLY FAMILY ] (Iseph .......... . .. . ....... Freel Klallminzer Mary ..... .. .•..... . ..... Thelma Shoemaker Jesus . ............. . Dorothy A.Young THE CHILDREN Joh n the Baptist . . .... . .... Gertrude L. Myers Abner ...... . .... . .. ...... ..... Mildred Weis Hezekiah .......... . . . ..... Helen F. Haskell

Nazareth Twelfth Birthday of the Boy]esus

THE PLACE THE T,i lE .

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CAST OF "THE CRADLE Soxd' By "Martinez Sierra

The Prioress . ......... . . l\1arion L. Backman The Vicaress ... . .. . . .. Edith Kennebrook Mistress of the Novices .. .... Frederica M. Fox Sister Tonera . ... ......... Dorothy A. Young Sister Inez ....... . .......... Mary 1. Winter S ister Joanna o f the Cross .... Evelyn 1. Gram S ister MalTella ............. Cynthia D. Reed

Sister Mary J eSlIs ..

. . .. . i\:f arion A. Fisher

S ister Sagrario Teresa . .... Antonio

. ..... ... . Esther Terry ..... . . . Gertrude Rodems ..... . ....... . Herman \V. Lare

The Doctor . .... . ...... William L. Brinkerhoff The Poet . ............ . ...... Nelson B. Rose "Moni tors ........ Rosal ie House, L inda l-Iallett

S celle :- A Convent of Enclosed Dominican )J UI1S

Director .......... .. . . . ....... .. Miss Keeler

Settings designed by ........ . Sheldon K. Viele

Decorati ons painted hy . ... . . Shel don K. Viele

Settings painted by . . . . . . .. Charles B. Bradley

"}Il1sic directed by ... . . . ...... .. . . l\tIiss Speir

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MR. S. CLEMENT GEORGE BAXTER

Prcs'ident Secretary

FACULTY iVIEMBERS

M iss Boorman Miss BriglJarIl

Miss SmalJ !vIiss Speir

Mr. PhilJippi

STUDENT lVIEMBERS

E lizabeth faul Mary Gorman Kenneth Marsh

N[ arion Backman George Baxte r John Coughlin

Esther Strootman

AUXILIARY COM1IITTER AI1 Section Captains

The object of this organization is to facilitate helpful co-operation between the faculty and students in furthering the \velfare of the sc-hool and the student body. The Council has general supervision over al1 student actiyities, incl uding social affairs, athletics, publications, and student organizations. '

AtQlrttr A!l!lodution

Presidellt Vice President Secretary Treasurer .Cheer Leader

DONALD S)'HTH NORMA DRAKE DANIEL GRISLEY JEANETTE \V AGNER LOUIS NAUERT

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President Vice President

IvIARlON BACKMAN

ALTA BOLENDER

S ecrela!')' Treasurer

EJ\IMA COLEMA N

DORIS COTTON

The H. A. Club is open to all students of the Homemaking Department who wish to become members. This year the Club has affiliated with the· National Home Economics .Association.

!lrtl'n (!Huh E very mall automatically becomes a member of the lvlen's Club as soon as he is enrolled in the Normal School. There are many departments and different courses open to men, consequently the organization strires to promote friendship, unity, and co-operation between the "ariults sections.

OFFICEl{S

PresideHt Vice PresideTlt

FHI::D KL\ U J\lINZER

\ \fALTER SMITH FRED Z. SHOE)'IAKER

Secretary l'j'easu.rcr

DONALD SMITH

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RUTH \ ,V I LFERT ROWENA R AYMOND EMMA COLEMAN .MADALI N E BLAISDELL rvL\RTON KOENIG

President V ice President

S ecretar)' Treasurer U ll dergradlwte Representa tive

Delcgates 10 Silver Bay Conference

HELEN MOULTON EMMA COLEMAN IvI ARG UL::IUTE PICKUP

fEANETTE WAGNeR E L.OISE 'V EBJ AR ~'hLDRED \IV ELLS

RCTH \YILFERT

H onornr)1 lVIember

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. September October November

Tea in honor of new students. Hike and weiner roast at Fort Erie. House Party at Forty Acres. Silver Bay meeting. Miss Klenck, National Secretary, outlined work an d purpose of the Y. W. C. A. Thanksgiving baskets. Y. W. C. A. Assembly program. Candy sale. Tag Day and afternoon dance. Election of nc\v officers.

January February March

May June

New officers installed. Sih'er Bay Conference.

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TUNE:

:March, comrades, bear your banners high, Banners of service against the sky. Courage and faith, through vict'ries won. Press forward and lead; youth calls, we must heed– Our labor's begun!

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:March, comrades, bear your banners high, Banners of service against the sky. Courage and faith, through yict' ries won. Press forward and lead; youth calls 'rve must heed– Our labor's begun! ALICE E. HEISER

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())irla' ())Irr C!lluh

l"1 TSS S PE fR

· Director President

ROSETTA Hr:BENST]{EIT

JHIlrn'a ())!rr C!lluh

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1'1155 SPEIR

JOHN C01JGHLTN

Ql)rrl)rafnt

MiSS ]-T URD

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ROWEN A RAy:\roND

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~tr1.6· ~ll'l' QIlub

Mrss SPEIR R OSETTA HEBE NSTn EJT R UTH F ULLER ROWENA RAYMOND lVlrNNIE B RINK l\IhLDRED B ARROWS , CHARLOTTE R ISLEY

,Director President V ice President Secretary . T'reasu-rer Librarian , Aceotllpanist

First Sopranos

Ella Coleman lVlarie Denecke Anna Downey I-Jelen Dmvning Ruth Gemmer Eugenia Gentner

~Iildred Ba rrows ('atricia Bod,vell Mabel Carlson Eleanor Cheney IIden Cook Harriet Cooke

Kath ryn Glo r Jeanette Goodman Evelyn Grampp Nliriam Heafner Esther Hoeldt ke

Helen Kirkland Josephine Laurie :Marianna Luongo

Pauline Morgan Lydia ·Nelson Mabel Oberley Norene Paul Patience Pierce Lau ra Pike

Rowena Raymond Catherine Sommer Josephine Taylor Mar ion Tooley

l\![ary Ivlazuca Alice McNally

Ruth Wilfert s Ia ry W inter

S ecol1d S opro.J1os

Erma Enller Helen Haskell Mildred Hicks Katherine H oeldtke

Ma,lalinc Blai sdell Minnie Brink Jessie Cross Charlotte Dzimill ska

Ru th Holbrook L ucile Hull Linette Isch Lou ise ] illsOll

Lolita Krause Kathryn Maelelen Elma Measer ] .eonore Miller

Dorothy Moore Elizabeth Newburgh Ethel Warnke

A ltos

Mario11 Biggerst. ff vtlYII Brennan Ima Brick lian lJrown

Esther Cannon Blanche Dolph Anna Drier Doris Ducker

Mary Dwyer Angell F er ris Ruth Fuller Helen Futterer

H.osetta Hebenstreit Rosalie House Rose Joyce Edith Kener

Edith Kennebrook Marion Koenig Ruth Knell Manola McF adden

Hetcn Pierce Alpha Ursitti Evelyn Ward

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Row Row Row

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.Director President Vice President Secretary alld Treasurer Librarian . . 1cculllpauist

MISS SPEIR J OI-IN COU(;IILLN CARL Kl.lIo.{ PF

ELTON

SUAVER

ALFRED LABIAK

CIL\HLES GlllSU K

First Tenors

Henry Baker George Baxter F red Ermold

Raymond Hayes J ames McKenzie H ugh Mitchell

Le,vis Nauert Edward Quin n Gera ld Sulli van

Secolld TCHors

Frank Finnegan William Gordon Howard I-Iagen Carl Hubachek

Joseph Archer Raymond Boa John Coughli n .\Ibert DiCe-saw

Ralph Hummell William H uth P aul Keller All red Labial<

\Villiam Lanahan Peter Saggese E lton Shaver Will iam Veigel

Basses

\\"alter Butzer Al£red Dahl

Frank Faxlanger Nelsan Finch

Donald Gover Robert Joues

Carl Kumpf Paul Popp

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MISS HURD ROWENA H .. Ay.:o,'IQND CHARLES GmSON HERBERT SHEAR RALPH H [J~{ i\U:LL SEELYE VIDAL i\ l ARIE FrrZGEI{ALD

Director President Vice Pres ident

. Secretary . Treasure'r Librarhl1t Pianist

Violins

Bernadette Cul ki n Angell Ferris Raymond Hayes

Mary Bresnahan I'lel),n Collins ~Iar)' Congrel'e

Dorothy Heath Josephine Hurt F lorence Kellogg

Ibolya Kokar Helen Lord Howcna Raymond

Louise Ren i'vJary Rosowski Peter Saggese

Veronica Twohey .vIary Winter

PiG-Hist Marie F itzgerald Cellos James Sala Mary Sullivan

COrllets Charles Gibson Herbert Shear Seelye Vidal

Dnt-ms Franklin Wolf

Trol1zbone Edwin Seil

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SEPTEMBER

21 Practice School had special \ Vashington's Bir thday pro– gram. Presentation and un vei ling of Statue of Washington by Class of 1923. 28 Senior Tag Dance in gymnasium. Mrs. .Charles B. Evans of Zonta Cl uu spoke on the l..,(a nu– facture a nd History of Chinawarc. MARCH 4-7 Art Kraf t E xhibi tion of pictures. 14 Home 1-taking Departmcnt prcscnted a del ightful program of Period Costumes. Scnior Supper and Dance. 21 Psi Phi [o'raterni ty hro ught the Musical Club of Rochester Universi ty to Normal for a concert. 28 Record Staff prese nted ';The Man in t he Bowler H a l", a one-act play. APRIL K indergarten-Primary students and child ren g ave enjoyable program of shadow pictures an d Lableallx. for the Assembly. Miss Helcn Marrinan ga ve reading of a Carolina Mountain Folk Play. under auspiccs of Clionian Sorority. E aster Vacation. "The Cradle Song" presented by Miss KCt!It.:r and the members of the Dramatic Club. MAY 2 D r. Graves spoke to the studen ts in assembly. 5 Y . "T. C. A . Carnival and dance ill gymnasium. 15 Spring Musical COllcert gi\'Cll by Glee Clubs and On.:hes tra. under direction of Miss Speir and Miss Hurd. 30 Memorial Day. Final Examina tions. Alumni Day. Banq ue t and in for mal dance. H otel Statler Ballroom. Baccalaurea te Service. Class Day. Commencement. 8 JUNE

Opening of school. 18 Dr. Ro ckwell told of his trip to Europe. in Assembly. 25 Mr. Haring, a Japanese Missionary, gave an interesting ta lk on Japan. OCTOBER 2 Dr. Spaeth a nd the Ampico furn ished an cxcellcut l1lu~ it:a l program. 12 Columbus Day. 23 Talk on "Silver" given in Assembly by Miss Eggc. 26 Record Dance in gYlllnasium. NOVEMBER 5 Edith 'Wynn Mathison a nd Charles Rann Kennedy in "The Chastening." 23 1·1i55 Shaw and Mr. Child with the Duo-Art gave a delight– ful recital. Good E ng lish \Veek Poster contest held by the Ar t Kraft K lub. Thanksgiving Vacation. DECEMBER 4 Dr. S. V. V. Holmes of \·Vestminster Church gave an in– teresting address ill chapel on "Books and Reading." 14 The Ch romatic Club entertained with a delightful musical program. 16, 18. 19 P rese nta tion of "The Blessed Birthday" by the membe rs of the Dramatic Club, under the direction of Miss Keeler. 18 Carols by Glee Club at Normal aud throughout the city. 19 Annual Christmas Party in the gymnasium. Carols by the Glee Club. Christmas Holidays. JANUARY 18 Stude nts of Music Appreciation classes gave program of Folk Music. 28 Opening of Second Semester.

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PHI UPSILON OMICRON

Miss Caudell Faul

Venherm

House Streotman

Backman Allen Thompson

Schnepple

Lockwood

Rathbun

Weis

'l1i ])lpBilOtt (!J)mirrott tlu (!l~aptl'r

Phi Upsilon Omicron is a national professional organ ization. It is an honorary fraternity in the field of I-lome Economics. l'vlu Chapter was established at the Buffalo State Normal School, December, 1923.

O FFTCEHS

President V ice President Recording S ecrelary Corresponding S etretary Treasurer Ca l/dle Editor

ELIZABETH FAUL

ELNA ALLEN.

J ULIA LOCKWOOD

HELEN TlIor ... rpSON

ESTHER STROOTMAN

IvI1LDRED ' VETS

Chap la-in Librarian.

EDNA VE NHER~\'I

MARIA1I RATHBUN

J-Ionorary klember~l\'IIss CAUDELL

SE N TOR 1\tlf.~ ~{m~RS lVlariam Rathbun Elizabeth Schnepple lielen Thompson JUNTOR MEMBERS ] ulia Locln:\'ood Esther S trootman

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Edna VCllherm Mildred Weis

iVlarion Backman Evelyn House Esther Prefert

El na Allen Elizabeth Faul

Carolyn \Veppner Ruth Woodward

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Arrtquna §nrnrtty

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1-lAiUUET COOKE ~/rARGARET NURTI-I ]{UP ~/r "\RIAN 'TOOLEY EDITII KIGER J~ LOlSE \VEHIER

. Pres/dent Vicc PrcsidClit Recording S e(Yctary Corresponding Secretary T,'casurcr

.FACULT'I' l'dEl'IIBEI{S

J\I iss Bishop lVIrs. Gemmill ::\ifiss Boorman

Ivl iss HOllston NIiss Brigham Nliss Rextrew

lVliss Donaldson lVIiss SipI' Miss Walker

SENIOR WIEnfBEHS Helen Thompson J UNIOI~ lVh:MBU{S

lVlariam Rathbun

Harriet Vedder

~Iinllic Apsey ~ I ild red Barro\vs .\Illla Barth I~adore Blacklock .\lta Bolander Ethel Bic1dlecombe lIarriet Cooke Dale Davis

lelizabeth vaul Helen Haskell Gladys Hepworth Rosalie House Pauline Jackson Kathryn Kern Edith Kiger Anile Kirkland

Iulia Lockwood I-Ielen Moulton lVlargaret Nevins Margaret Northrup Grace Petrie Beulah Rixford Gweudolyn Roberts Gertrude Rodems

lVlargarct Sheehan Thelma Shoemaker Kathryn Stevens Marian Tooley Eloise ,"Veimar Helen Whitcomb Ruth \ iVoo(hvard

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Gold and White.

COLORS:

OFFICERS

LOUISE H. A LLEN ELEANOR BROWN RUTl-I KNELL ROSETTA HEJ3ENSTRE.IT

President Vice President Treasure?' Recording S ecretar)! C orresponding Secretary Junior Delegate

JEANETTE DRAINE EMMA COLEMAN

FACULTY wIEMBERS

Miss Keeler Miss Small

l\:Iiss Hanson

Miss O'Reilly Miss Weis

Miss Groves f!. 1iss Robson

SENIOR l\1Ej\-lBERS

Helen Randall

E leanor Brown

Esther Hagerty

JUNIOR l\IIEJ\·mERs

J can Carmichael Ella Coleman Emma Coleman Katherine Da w Viola Dohn Jeanette Draine IVlarioll Edwards

Helen Futtercr Mary Galvin

NIargaret Leinert Katharine Miller Leonore IVliller Capitola Parker Dorothy Potter Mary Rhodes IVIary Roskamp

Betty Scott IVIartha Steinhauser Esther Strootman Grace Torrey Caroline Weppner Louise \Volf

Louise Abrams Elna Allen Louise H. Allen Lois Bell Madeline Blaisdell May Brill Minnie Brink

Mary Gorman Jane Hanrahan Rosetta Hebenstreit Mary Elizabeth Houghton Ruth Knell

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Campbell

Hallett

Cook

Haberer

Kennedy

Weis

Marseilles

Smith

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Ida Ql~aptrr

Purple and White

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President Vice President R('cordin[j S eere/ar.", Correspollding Secre ta.rs Treasflrer

iVL\1UON BACK:\-IA N

DOROTHV BALME en t\I(LorrE KEN KEDY

j\.f I T.DnEJ) \VEIS E:\r:\-r A S LOAN

F.-\CULTY MEMBERS

I-JONORARY rViEMBERS

}I iss Roehsler

Nliss Bacon

Mrs. Ta)'lor

~I iss Englebreck

Miss H owland

SENlOn 1h:MREHS

J can Ma rseilles

~rarioll Backman

Clara Hogan

Mildred Wcis

JUNTOR 1V1E:i\·rnERs

lVlariOI1 Fisher Margaret Foote Louise Fraser May Goehler Evelyn Gram

Mildred NeH wlari on Post Emma Sloan Loraine Smith Esther Terry

Dorothy 13alme .\nne Campbell I,thel Clar k Ilelen Cooke I(den Downing

Leah Haberer Linda Hallett

Margaret Karner Edi th Kenncb rook Charlotte Kennedy

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TAU PHI SORORITY 1. Row-Webster, Fox, Choate, Bodwell, Brumley. 2. Row-Chapman, Hurd, McDonald, Young, Cruickshank, Gunsolly, Wishard. 3. Row-Singleton, Heath, Hull, McNaughton, Jay, Traut, Smith. 4. Row_Maxwell, Lull, Heafner, Simmons.

WUtt 'I]i &nrnrity

Red alld H/hilc .

COLORS :

OFFICFRS

President Vice President S ceretG'ry Correspollding Secretary Treasurer

DOROTHY A. YOUNG

PATRICIA BODWELL iVL-\RGARET iVI. 11ACDoNALD \ ,V JNI FRED n,1I. CRuJCKSHANK

T\!JARJORY GUNSOLLY

FACt.:'LTY IvIJ~'\IBERS

Miss Wishard

Miss Chapman

Miss Hurd

lVrE1[BERS

Althea Singleton Catherin e Smith A"rletta Traut Eunice \7\,1 ebster Dorothy A. Young

Marjory Gunsolly Nlirium Heafner Dorothy Heath

Gladys Lull Nlargaret rd . iVlacDonalcl Ruth MacNaughton

Patricia Bodwell Dorothy Brumley Jo,ephine Choate Winifred Cruickshank Frederica M. Fox

Mildred Shasick Leah Simmons

Lucill e Hull Pauline Jay

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3. Row-Ames, Downey, Kingborn, Miss Remer, Miss

W~rtu iKuVVU ~nrnrttt!

COLUHS : BLue and '·Vlzite .

OF.FICl~RS

ROSE JOYCE

Presidellt V icc President Recording Secretary Corresponding Secretary Treasurer

ANNA KIEF

ELLEN lvloORE

GERTRt:DE VANKEU REN

E STI-J ER l\lILLER

F.·\ CCLT Y l\,IE~lnERs

.Miss Conklin, Adviser

Miss McMahon

:Nliss Remer

SENJOR ,\iEMDERS

~Iary Louise Hallett Rose Joyce .Inna K ief

l\'lariOI1 Koenig Bertha Kingborn. H elen Kirkland

Jessie IVlctzger Esther Mill er Ellen Moore

Mary O'Donnell Charlotte Risley Gertrude VanKeuren

Fern \Vaver

JUNIOR WII::MBEH.S

Belly Ames ,\lIna Downey

j\Iary Alice Dwyer Crace Eckert

Viola Yl cDermand Alice lvlclVlah(Hl

Gertrude O'Connell G race Regan

E rma Wolf Helen Zeil beer

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iKappa iKappa iKappa 1Jrratrruity

COLO"S : Maroo" and White.

OFFICERS

Honorary President Facultjl Adviser President Vice President

MR. PERKINS IV11{. CLE.i.\IENT Louls NAUERT

DANlEL GlUSLEY

Secretary Treasnrer CorrespondiHg Secretary . Sergeant at A rms

\rILLlAM VEIGEL

CnAHLES G IBSON

RALPH HUi'.DIELL

HARRY ABAT E

SENlOR NIt::MBERS

George Baxter Nelson Finch

Clarence Hepp Oswald Kemp

John McMahon Hugh Mitchell

JUNIOR ME.MEERS

Alf red Labiak John Coughlin Fred. Finsterback

Alton Heller Carl Kumpf

Elton Shaver Howard VanHoff Allen Vogt

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PSI PHI FRATERNITY 1. Row-Bedaska. Shear, SahsbUlY, Klaumml!er, Lare 2. Row-Everitl. W<'Itson, Eydt, White, Lee, Boa. Ahr, l\:filler. 3. Row-Dahl, Geyer, Gordon, Murhach, Furman, Hagell, Hayes 4. Row~Mn l sh, Kliemnn.

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OFFICERS

President

HARLEY SALISBURY

Vice Presi.dent

HERBERT SHEAR

S('crafary and Trea-surer

NELSON B. ROSE

SEN IOR TV[D.IBI;:RS

Harley E. Salisbury Herbert L. Shear Reginald M. White

Raymond W. I-Jayes Fred A . Klauminzer Herman \V. Lare Kenneth 13. Marsh

Frank ]. Bedaska George J. Everill Frederick H. Eydt William Gordon

]UNlOR NIE\rnERS

Nelson .T. Murbach ::-

Clifford L. Geyer Howa rd S. Hagen Wilbur J. Lee Dudley R. Miller

Arthur F. Ahr Haymond M. Boa Alfred H: Dahl

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BUFFALO STATE NORMAL SCHOOL SUMMER SESSION June 30 to August 8, 1924 Courses carrying College and Normal School credit will be oHered, which will appeal to teachers in service and Normal School students. Rural teachers will find courses leading to the equivalent training class certificate. A strong group of special lectures will be given daily during the assembly hour. Teachers of Homemaking are urged to consider the special courses in this field. .

For further information, address

H. W. ROCKWELL, Principal

BUFFALO STATE NORMAL SCHOOL

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G E N I I

fI COlll d that fabled lamp of old responel to Aladdin's entreaty mor e faithfully t han our silent servan t o( Loday ~electricity ? fI We touch a button- out from slcnder copper threads leaps the energy o f N iagara's tumbli ng torren ts a score, or even ten-score, miles away to do our bidd ing. fI Day or night Niagara Power does 011r \\lorl<, lights OUf 1,-vay, run s our mills, pull s our cars ; and- yes!– entertains us too.

of private enterprise under goycrnmcnt regulation gl\'CS us this mudern magic.

fI Already the greatest p roducer of electrical energy at the lowest average rate received by any single generating system on this continent, The Niaga ra Falls Power Com– pany has j ust put in to operation the largest hyd ro-electr ic unit ever c0l1structed- 70,ooO horsepower capacity. ([ Two morc si milar units \vi ll be ad ded this summer . Two million tons each year from the dimi nishing coal– suppl y would dupJicate the output of these three giants. They yirtually will provide industry with the potential power of eight mill ion men.

([ :Modern HGenii," indeed!

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"The Greatest Good to the Greatest Number"

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