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This Statue oj Geoie Wmh{nglon was pretenkd to 1M Bu ato Normal School by the class of 19 . II has herom< a triUlitional meeting place. COPYRIGHT RUTH B. MOLYNEUX EDITOR-IN-CHIEF JEROME WILKER BUSINESS MANAGER

Fountain and Pool presented and dedi– caled to Ihe Buffato Normal School by the Alumni Association June 26, 1922. T ·HE ELMS OF 192 9

THE DU BOIS PRESS BUILDBRS OF FINE BOOKS AND CATALOGUES ROCHESTElt, NEW YORK Process COM Printing and BngratJ;ng,

THE ELMS OF 192 9 Published by The Graduating Classes of STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE AT BUFFALO BUFFALO, N. Y.

Hail to thee! 0 Alma Maler, We shall honor thee.

Ground for lhe new college was broken November 1, 1928. The corners/one jor Ute main building is to be laid in September 1929.

On June twenty-third, eighteen hundred sixty-six, Jesse [(e/chum offered land to /he city oj Buffalo for a Normal School building. Upon /hat sile, this institu– tion was jounded. It has borne two names 'and dwell in two buildings. Now /he original sile has been out– grown and ground for n.ew college buildings has been broken. In the jolkYwing pages, /he Staff oj the 1929 Elms has tried to present the history of this develop. ment and some/Jling oj the spirit /hat made this growth possible.

To The Hon. Henry Wayland Hill, LL.D. With sincere appreciation of his interest and efforts in the behalf of our institation, the class oj nineleen hundred twenty-nine dedicates this eighteenth volume of the Elms to the Honorable Henry Wayland Hill,jor many years Secretary and Treasurer of /he Local Board oj Truslees.

Although many books had been accumulating since ihe beginning oj the school, the library was rwt organized until 1910. During the past year it was reorganized.

SCENES FACULTY CLASSES FRATERNITIES ACTIVITIES FEATURES ADVERTISEMENTS

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DR. JAMES M. CASSETY Principal 1886-1909

Dr. James M. Cassety, a graduate of Harvard, was appointed principal succeeding Mr. Buckham. He entered upon his duties as Principal and "Teachel' of Didactics" in September 1886. During his administration the facilities for practice teaching were increased by dividing the class rooms with sliding doors, and fitting up addi– tional rooms. In 1888 the Science building was completed. This was for "Gymna– sium, Natural Science Department and Chemical Experimentation." The Princi– pal's residence was completed in 1894. The rooms formerly occupied hy the princi– pal's family were then fitted up for the use of the School of Practice. The School of Practice was organized into the regular nine grades of the city schools, each with forty pupils, with a separate critic teacher. About this time, the Kindergarten was established as a private school with tuition fees for pupils, in connection with the Normal Schoo!. In 1395, it was made a purt of the Normal department and the three-year Kindergarten-Primary course was adopted. During Dr. Casscty's administration, also, the Natural Science laboratory was fitted up, the iron fence was erected, and the elms set out around the block. In 1909, at the close of the school year, Dr. Cassety resigned.

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DR. DANIEL UPTON Principal, 1909-1918

Dr. Daniel Upton, a graduate of Cornell University, began bis duties as Principal of the Normal School in September 1909. With the growing demands of puhlic school education, the State Department at Albany had already adopted the policy that Buffalo.' Normal School should undertake the work of preparing teachers equipped for the demands of manual training and technical work in the public schools. To this service Dr. Upton consecrated his life. Within two years of his appointment two new departments had been created, the Home-making Vocational and the Industrial Vocational. With the addition of these departments the old huilding proved itself wholly inadequale. The next important work was the plan– ning and huilding of the present struclure of the Normal School. The cornerstone of the building was laid October 9, 1913 by the Honorable Edward H. Butler, President of the Local Board of Managers. In September 1914, sessions began in the new building. In 1916, Puhlic School 38 was taken over for additional practice teaching facilities. Night school classes for skilled mechanics began in 1912, and in 1917 the first summer session began. In the midst of the second summer session, July 27, 1918, Dr. Upton died suddenly.

HARRY WESTCOTI' ROCKWELL, A.H., A.M., Ph.D. Under the leadership of President Hockwcll the school hils made m"arked advances. First. the Homemaking Department went. on a four-year basis, granting degrees. Then, t.he Industrial Department was est.ablished as a part of t.he Vocational Depart– ment, the Genefal Normal course was lengthened, first to three years, t.hen to four, with the degree of Baehelor of Science in Education. Finally the name of BuJTalo Normal School was changed Lo SLate Teachers College at Buffalo. \Vhile these changes were taking place, Dr. Rockwell was working to secure Iegislati6n for a new college phmt. This was accomplished in March. 1927, when the Governor signed the bill approving the new campus and buildings.

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Stephen C. Clement A.B.,A.M. Professor of Education a~~~: .~

Catherine E. Reed A.B. , A.M. Deanof~omn

Homer A. Bruce B.S., A.M. I nslruelor in Education

Rubie B. Donaldson B. S. I nslructor in Foods

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Clinton B.Burke I nslruclor in Woodworking

Grace A. Allen, B.S. Assislant Direelor of Training

Mary H. Cook, B. S. Hoasehold Science and Practice House

Helen G. Englebreck A.B.,A.M. I nslruclor in Hislory

Gertrude M. Bacon B.S., A.M. Professor ofElementary Educalion

Myrtle V. Caudell B.S., A.M. Director of Home Economics Education

Marion P. Dana, B.S.,A.M. I nstruclor in [( indergarlen-Primary Method

Anna M. Gemmill B.S.,A.M. I nstruelor in Science

UL~~lbert Cafeteria j\1anager

H. Arnold Bennett A.B., A.M. Inslruclor in Hislory

Luella Chapman ;:~~

Earl Daniels A. B., A. M., Ph. D. Professor of English

John P . Bethel A.B., A¥., ~.D. Ins~"fn.~ Jf Charles B. Bradley, B.S. Professor of Fine Arts

.J¥!arion A. Clark, A.B. #;!!.inancial Secretary ~~u:~

Robert O. DeMond A. I3., A. M. Professor of Hislory

Renilda K. Glunz Subslitule in Health Education

Mary C. Clark, R.N. ~S~~l~(~ n

Mina S. Goosen B. O. E. I nslruclor in English and Dramatics

Jennie L. U'f\Q8/'I.O, !Slenograp!i:er ~ _ t~ /

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Wilbur C. Gorham A.B., A.M. Professor ofScience

May C. Nye, A.B., A.M. Instructor in Foods and Textiles

George E. Huckins Instructor in Printing

M. Louise McMahon Instructor in Music

Charles A. Messner A.B., A.M., Ph.D. Professor ofLatin

Andrew W. Grabau, B.S. I nslructor in English

Edna W. Hurd Instructor in Music

Rosamond Olief, B.S. Accompanist

Irving C. Perkins, B.S. Director and Professor of Vocational Education

Edward L. Morrice Instructor in Mechanics

Faye Keever, B.S. Instructor in Ctothing V7 '--~

Ida L. Kempke Pd.B., A.B., A.M. Professor ofEnglish

Marguerite Hanson B.S., A.M. Instructor in Design

Joseph F. Phillippi A.B., A.M. Professor of Mathematics »- ,+'G~

George W. Morris A.B., A.M. Instructor in Science

Eileen Mulholland Ph.B.,A.M. .Assistant Professor. ofEnglish

G.M. Quackenbush, B.S. Assistant Professor in VocationalOrganiw.tion

Mildred Krier Stenographer 1 111.1 do.. ~ K,·: 0.-

Isabel R. Houck, A.B. Registrar

Martha May Reynolds A.B., A.M., Ph.D. Assistant Professor of Psychology

Ruth E. Houston, A.B. Professor of Health Educatwn

George B. Neumann A.B., A.M., Ph.D. Professor of Socwlogy ~ /.3.'Yu•. . A ...

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

Mary L. Darker Second Grade, School 33

Grace Viele, B.L. Librarian

Gertrude E. Roach, R.N. Insirucior in Health q~e .~

Ruth E. Speir Assistant Professor of IVlusic

Marguerite M. DeLany Sixth Grade, School 38

Walter B. Weber Instructor in Electricity

Jennie Robson, Pd.B. I nslruclor in Maihemalics

Charles C. Root B.Pd., M.Pd.,A.B.,A.M. ProfessorofEducalion and Direel,"r of Programs

Lena Denecke Reading and L ilerature School 38

Alice Spencer A.B ., B.L.S. Assislant Librarian

Agnes Agnitch Third Grade , School 38

Winifred Salem I nslruelor in Health Education

Mary J. Doe Fourlh Grade, School 38

Grace G. Ballard, B.S. Fourth Grade, School 33

Amelia B. Sprague I nstruelor in Fine Arts

Harry J. Steel B.S., A.M. Direcior of Training and -ip:spr ~u:ation

M. Josephine Durney B.S. English, School 33

Carrie M. Benson, B.S. Fourth Grade, School of Practice

Florence Scoular, B.S. Instructor in Science

Kathryne C. Thomas A.B.,A.M. Assistant Professor of Geography

Alma M. Shugrue, A.B. I nstruelor in J( inder– garlen-Pr imary Method

Genevieve Dye Feuchler Fifth Grade, School 38

Lydie A. Chamot French, School of Practice

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Edna R. Gardner Geography, School 33

Elizabeth B. SmaIl English and Latin, School of Practice

Ethel H. Herlan, B.S. First Grade, School 38

Charlotte M. Moore Arithmetic, School 38

Stella O'ItejlWJv

Lina L. Gielow History, School 38

Ella M. Smith Third Grade, School of Practice

Mary E. Hofmann, B.S. Fifth Grade , School 38

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Martha S. Pratt B.S., M.A. Teacher Training, Kenmore

Eleanor M. Gover Sixth Grade, School of Practice

Mary L. Jamison, B.S. Kindergarlen, School of Practice

Elma R. Smith Third Grade, School 38

Theresa A. Roehsler B.S. Second Grade, School of Practice

Minnie Groves Mathematics, School of Practice

Inez Stebbins, B.S. First Grade, School 38

Alice McKay, B.S. First Grade, School 38

Frances M. Rudell Second Grade, School of Practice

Marion R. Wakeman B.S. Sixth Grade, School 38

Martha G. Metz First Grade, School of Practice

Edith A. Henning Hislory andGeography, School of Practice

J( indergarlen, School 38

Edna M. Shaw

Ellen C. Moehler Second Grade, School 38

Thelma M. Hepp, B.S. SecondGrade, School 38

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ABBOTT, VERYL G.. Colden, N. Y. Vee Intermediate. Y.W.C.A. '26-'29.

n. Molyneux

AGANS, C. ONNALEE R.

nome, N. Y .

KindergarLcn-Prhnary. Dramatic Club '28; Non-Resident Association '28.

R. Topping

BANTLE, FLORENCE O.

Hamburg, N. Y.

Flossie

Grammar. Dramatic Club '26; Y.W.C.A '26' Sociology Club '28, '29; Nu ~d~ Sigma '28, '29; Current Events Club '28, '29; Class Day Committee '29. BATT, DOROTHY M. Buffalo, N·. Y. Dot . Home Economics. . ' Pi Delta Theta '28, '29, Vice-Presi- dent '28, '29; Home Economics Club '26-'29; Invitation Committee '99- Swimming '27. - , '

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R. Frei

Senior Class Officers

. Ruth Topping . Martin Fried Ruth Molyneux Ruth Frei Verna Corcoran Miss Scoular, Dr. Neumann

President Representative to Social Program Committee Vice-Pres ident

BAUER, MARGARET E.

Secretary Treasurer Faculty Advisers

Buffalo, N;. Y.

iVlarg

Home Economics. Phi lIpsiJon Omicron '27 '28' Editor of "Candle" '28; Edito'r of I-P E ~ul~etin Board '27, '28; Glee Club 26- 28; Homemaking Pl~Y '28. , "~\\~\

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DARGERT, RUTH H. Buffalo, N. Y. Home Economics. Horne Economics Club.

Buffalo, N. Y.

Jin

Home Economics. Home Economics Club; Finance Committee '29.

BUTLER, LUCILE L.

North Collins, N. Y. Gel

DURKEE, ALICE EVELYN

Avon, N. Y.

Durk

Grammar. Y.W.C.A. '26, '29; Current Events Club '28, '29. CAIN, MARGARET A. Adams, N. Y. Bug Home Economics. Theta Sigma Upsilon, Treasurer '28, '29; Phi Upsilon Omicron, Secretary '28, '29; Home Economics ChID; H. E. Bulletin Board Committee '28, '29. CHRISTEN, RUTH K. Buffalo, N.Y. Christy Home Economics. Sigma Sigma Sigma '26-'29. Keeper of Grades '27, Corresponding Secre– tary '28; Section Captain '25, '26; Secretary of Freshman Class '25, '26. Home Economics Club '25-'29; Pic– ture Committee '29.

Home Economics. Y.W.C.A. '27-'29; lIome Economics Club; ~wirnming '27, '27; L'Alliance Francruse.

FITZGERALD; DOROTHY E.

Hamburg, N. Y .

Dot

Horne Economics. Phi Upsilon Omicron '28; '29, Treas– ureri Y.W.C.A. '25; Horne Eco– nomiCS Club '25-'29.

FOX, NORMA NIGHTINGALE

Buffalo, N. Y.

Foxy

Home Economics. Home Economics Club '25-'29.

CORCORAN, VERNA H.

Buffalo, N. Y.

Corky

FRANK, MILDRED I .

Grammar. Alpha Sigma Alpha; Y.W.C.A. '26- '29, Treasurer '27, Finance Chairman '28, Secretary '29, Silver Bay Dele– gate '27 j Athletic Association Sec.– Tress. '28, '29: Basketball '26-'29, Orange and Black '26, '27; Finance Committee '28; Class Treasurer '29: Moving-Up D~:y Chairman '29; Chairman of All-Student Day As– sembly '29.

Fredonia, N. Y.

Frank

Grammar. Non-Resident Association '29.

FREl, RUTH F.

Buffalo, N. Y.

GRANT, MARGARET A.

Buffalo, N. Y.

Free

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Home Economics. Sigma Sigma Sigma '26-'29, Secre– tary '27, Treasurer '28; Phi Upsilon Omicron '28, '29; Home }I~onomics Club; Social Program Committee '27, '28, Election Committee '28; Class Secretary '29; Elms Staff, Art Staff '29. FRIED, MARTIN B. Buffalo, N. Y. Marly Grammar. Debating Club '25, '26, President '26: Orchestra '25-'29; Band '28; Men's Chili '28; Sociology Club '28; Elms Staff '28; Rceord Staff '28, '29, Editor-in-Chief '29; Social Program Representative '29. . , GARDINER, CHAItLOTTE E. Lancaster, N. Y. Intermediate. Central Council, Alternate '25, Rep– resentative '26.

Home Economics. Delta Sigma Epsilon, Recording Sec– retary '26-'28, President '28 '29' HOl1?-e Ffonomics Club; Y.W.C.A: Cabmet 26, '27, President '27 '28 Treasurer '28, '29. ,. GRAVES, MARTHA E. Buffalo, N.Y. Murthy Home Economics. Sigma Sigma Sigma '27-'29, Keeper of Grades '28, '29; Y.W.C.A. '27.

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HALL, RETA H. N;agara Falls, N.Y. Grammar. Y.W.C.A. '26-'29; Nu Lambda S;g– rna '28, '29.

HAMILTON, LORRAINE EVELYN Lockport, N. Y. Home Economics. Pi Delta T~eta '27-'29, Panhellcnic Represe~~tlve '28, '29, R~8trar '29; Parihellenic Association Treas– urer '28, '29; Home Economics Club '26-'29; Y.W.C.A. '28.

GEBHARD, CECILIA M.

Ebenezer, N. Y.

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Intermediate. Current Events Club '27-'29; Nu Lambda S;gma '27, '28 ; Y.W.C.A. '28, '29; Honor Roll, January '29.

HEMERLEIN, MARIE A.

Buffalo, N. Y.

GILLISON, RUTH M. . . . . . .,

Heme

FrankfOl·t, N. Y.

Home Economics. Pi Delta Theta, Secretary '28 S.econd ~ice-PfesideQ.t . '29; Phi Up~ sllon Offilcron 28; Treasurer Juniol' Home Economics Class '28 ~ Home Economics Club '25-'29. t

Rufus

Grammar. Cur"re~t · Event8 Club '28, '29; Non– Resident Association '28, '29.

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HUBELER, EDITH K Buffalo, N.Y. Ede Home Economics. Delta Sigma Epsilon '26-'29, Treas– urer '27. Vice-Pre!>idcnt. '28; Phi Upsilon Omicron '27-'29, Vice-Presi– dent. '28;- President of Panhcllenic Associat.ion '28: Home &x)[lomics Club '25·'29, Secretary '26, President '27- T reasurer of Home Economics Cl;ss '25, '26; Chairman of Gift. Committee '29.

KATZ, JENNIE

Buffalo, N. Y.

Home Economics. Home Economics Chili '28, '29.

KRZYZYKOWSKI, FLORA C.

Buffalo, N. Y.

Keder

Grammar. Pi Delta Theta '27-'29, Historian '27, President '29; Panhellenic Asso– ciation '28; Nu Lambda Sigma '26, '27; Art Kraft Klub '26; Cap and Gown Committ.ee '29.

HUBER, GEORGE

Buffalo, N. Y.

Herr

Industrial.

Orchestra '25-'28.

HUNT, CORA BLANCHE

Hornell, N. Y.

LEININGER, MARJORIE EDITH Kenmore, N. Y. lVfarge Home F....conomies. Theta Sigma Upsilon '28, '29, Secre– tary '29: Drama~ic Club '27; Home Economics Club '26-'29.

Coe

Grammar. _ Thet.a Sigma Upsilon '28, '29; D~b8t­ ing Society '26-'28; Non-Resident A8sociation, Treasurer '28: Central Council Hepresentative '29; Finance Committ.ee '29.

JACKLING, NEVA A.

Middleport, N. Y.

LOOMIS, ELLAMAE Buffalo, N. Y. Home Economics. Sigma Sigma Sigma '26-'29, Vice– President '29; Y.W.C.A. '28; Home Economics Club '26-'29; Elms Staff, Art Editor '29. MAFTINY, MARY Allcgaoy, N. Y. Home Economics. Alpha Sigma Alpha '27-'29, R"!;is– trar '27; Phi Upsilon Omicron 27- '29, President '28. '29: Home Eco– nomics Club '26-'28, National Dele– ~ate '28; Ring- and Pin Committee 29.

Grammar. Swimming'27; Y.W.C.A. '28; Record Staff '28 '29, News Editor '29; Honor Roll. Ja~. '27, June '28; Non-Resi– dent Association '26. .TERCE, MAY ALICE Buffalo, N. Y. Home Economics. Pi Delta Theta '27-'29, Secretary '28 '29; President of Sophomore Ho~ne Economics Class '26; Central Council '25, '26, '28, '29; Home Eco– nomics Chili.

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NOWICKI, LEONA H. Buffalo. N.Y. Lonah Grammar. Pi DelLa Theta '27-'29, Editor '29; Dramatic Club '26; Art Kraft Klub '26 ; Picture Committee '29.

METZGER, FRANK D. .

Buffalo, N. Y.

Bull'alo, N. Y.

OLIEF, GRACE M.

Grammar. Men's Glee Club '25-'28; Current Events· Cluh, C'A rresponding Secre– tary'29.

Dulch

Home Economics. AJpha Sigma A!pha '26-'29, President '28, '29; Phi Upsilon Omicron '28, '29; Basketball '25, '26; Girls' Glee Club '25-'28; Home Economics Club '25-'28; Moving-Up Day Committee '29.

MILLER, MARION R.

Williamsville, N. Y.

PETERSON, MARION E. •

Lockport, N. Y.

Home Economics. y ',W:C.A. '25, '26; Swimming '26, '27' Home Economics Club.

Peter

Grammar. Pi Kappa Sigma '26-'29; Treasurer '26, '27, Corresponding Secretary '27, '28, President '28, '29: Girls' Glee Club '25-'29, Vice-President '26, '27, Treasurer '27, '28; Senior Ball Committee '29.

MITCHELL, E. LUCILLE

Delevan. N. Y.

Home Economics. Phi Upsilon.Omicron '28, '29, Secre– tary.'29 Home Economics Club '25- '29; Y.lV.C.A. '28, '29; Non-Resident Association '28,-'29.

Burt, N. Y.

RICE, ANGELINE S.

Nan

Home Economics. Alpha Sigma Tau '27-'29, Historian '27: Alumnae Representative '28; Phi Upsilon Omicron '27-'29; H. E. Dulletm Board Committee '28; Home Economics Club '26-'29. ROSE, WILLIAMJ. Dutralo, N. Y. Bill Grammar. Men's Glee Cluh '26, '27; Men's Club '26, '27; Dramatic Cluh '27, '28; Current Events Club '26-'28; Christ– mas P lay, Spring Play, '27, '28.

MOLYNEUX, RUTH B.

Buffolo, N. Y.

Ruthie

Grammar. Alpha Si\l,ma Alpha '26-'29, Ex– Collegia Secretary '28; DramaLic Club '26-'28: L'Alliance Francl:lise '27, ' '28, ' Vice-President '27, '28, President '28; Record Staff '28; Stu– dent Handbook Committee '28: Section Captain '28, '29 : Vice-Presi– dent of Class '29; Editor--in-Chief of 1929 Ehns.

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SHERK, ELIZABETH Buffalo, N.Y. Betty Home Economics.

Buffalo, N. Y.

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Home Economics. Home Economics Club '26-'29; Art Kraft K]ub '26-'28; Moving-Up Day '28.

SMITH, ELEANOR G.

Lockport, N. Y.

Elli,

Grammar. Section Captain '26; Dramatic Club '26; Central Council '26-'29; G-irls' Glee Club '26-'29; Y.W.C.A. '26-'29; Fellowship Chairman '28, '29; Non– Resident Association '28; Current Events Club '29; Gift Committee '29.

SATTERLEE, ADAH FRANK (Mrs.) Butfalo, N. Y. Ad, Grammar.

SCHMIDT, DOROTHY A.

Buffalo, N. Y.

SMITH, ELEANOR J. Buffalo, N.Y. Home Economics. Theta Sigma Upsilon '27-'29; Home Economics Club '25-'29; Y.W.C.A. '28, '29.

Dot

If orne Economics. Pi Delta Theta '28. '29. Treasurer '28, '29; Dramatic Club '26, '27; Home Economics Club '26-'29; Invi– tation Committee '29; Moving-Up Day Committee '29.

STEELE, VIOLA E.

SCHUMACHER, GERTRUDE V. Buffalo, N. Y. Gert Home Economics. Home Economics Club; Section Cap-– tain '28, '29i Senior Ball Committee '29.

Niagara Falls, N. Y. Vi

Grammar. Orchestra '26-'29; Glee Club '26, '27, '29; Nu Lambda Sigma '28, '29; Song and Motto Committee '29. Honor Roll '29.

SHEPARD, RUTH E. Derby, N. Y. Grammar. Basketball.

SWART, MARY

Medina, N. Y.

Grammar. Current Events Chili '28, '29; Soci– ology Club '28, '29.

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TOPPING, RUTH E.

BURKE, JOSEPHINE M.

Rutherford, N. J.

BulTalo. N. Y.

Toppy

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Home Economics. Delta Sigma Epsilon '26-'29; Presi– dent, Freshman Home Economics Class '26; Central Council '27, '28; Non-Resident Association '28; Dra– matic Club '28, '29; Y.W.C.A. Cabi– net '28, '29; Home Economics Club '25-'29; Class President '29. TURNBALL, NORRIS Derby, N. Y. Snort Grammar. Orchestra '25, '26, '28, '29: 1\1eo'8 Glee Club '25, '26.

Home Economics. Home Economics Club '26-'29;Swim– ming '27, '28; Section Capt.ain '28; Merrill Palmer School '28.

CIPOLLA, MARY A.

BulTalo, N.Y.

May

Intermediate.

KOTOK, REBECCA

BulTalo, N. Y.

Deity

Grammar.

WALKER, ELEANOR M.

BulTalo, N. Y.

Elly

Home Economics. Home Economics Club; Central Council Representative '27, '29: Girls' Glee Club; Blanket Tax Com– mittee; Song and Motto Committee '29.

Buffalo, N. Y.

LE COCQ, NITA E.

Home Economics. Phi Upsilon Omicron '28, '29; I-lome Economics Club '25-'29; Merrill Pal– mer School '28.

WELLS, VALMA E.

BulTalo, N. Y.

Val

MULLETI', ELIZABETH (Mrs.)

Bull'alo, N. Y.

Grammar. Theta Sigma Upsilon '26-'29, Secre– Lary '26, Vice-President '27, Presi– dent '28, '29; Panhellenic Associa– tion, Treasurer '27; Y.W.C.A. '25- '28, Treasurer '27. Chairman of Religious Education '28; Current Events Club, Corresponding Secre– tary '28; Ring and Pin Committee '28.

Home Economics.

WHEELER, ELIZABETH A.

Springville, N. Y.

Lib

Home Economics. Pi Kappa Sigma '26-'29, Secretary '29; Alternate to Central Council; Horne Economics Club.

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It was away out Grant Street on the outskirts of the Ham– ilton wood, near the site of two old oil Wells that it happened; there stood a haunted Hall wherein met a Gardiner, a Shoe– maker, a Miller, and a Butler every night to Hunt for hidden treasure-a famous Fox and Katz fur. Late one night, Peter's son, a Shepard boy, stopped to Steele for his sweetheart a Rose from the Bauer near the window of the Hall. Alas! He stumbled over one of the old Graves in the yard. His Cain clicked against a tombstone. There was a sound of feet on the door Matt. Then a large Batt struck his head! So, now his mother is praying that her son may return soon to his supper of Rice wiLh its sugared Topping. NEW LIBRARY BOOKS Whither Mankind ... ... . . .. George Huber The Little Minister. . . . nil! Rose The Leap Year Girl. . . . ... Margaret Bauer The Curiosity Shop . . .Cora Hunt The Homemaker. . . . . . .Grace Olief The Self-Made Man .. ..... Martin Fried Book of Knowledge . . . .. .. Charlotte Gardiner The Beloved Vagabond ..... Ruth Topping Innocents Abroad .......... Ruth Molyneux The Call of the Wild. . .Verna Corcoran COURT NEWS IN PRINT AGAIN

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Dorothy M. Datt Margaret E. Bauer Virginia Ruth Bruce Josephine M~ Burke Margaret A. Cain nuth K. Christen Ruth H. Dargert Alice Evcl-yn Durkee Dorothy E. FitzGerald Norma Nightingale Fox Ruth F. Frei Margaret A. Grant Ml:lrl,ha E. Gmves Lorraine Evelyn Hamilton l\'Iarie A. Hemcrlein

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Ellamae Loomis l\-Iary Martiny Marian n. Miller E . Lucille Mitchell Elizabeth Mullett Grace M. Olief Angeline S. Rice

Members of the Dislocated Press EDITORIAL A Saving Spirit

Margaret A. Roynan Dorothy A. Schmidt Gertrude V. Schumacher

One of the Seniors ofS.T.C. recently had a narrow escape from borrible injuries. A very few minutes after she had left home to attend a bas– ketball game, the wind blew over the chimney on her house, knocking some of the bricks through the ceiling into her room. Thus, because of her School Spirit she was saved. MORAL ........ . SUPERVISED STUDY CLASS

Elizabeth Sherk Eleanor J. Smith Ruth E. Topping Eleanor M. 'Valker

Edith E. Hubeler l\.fay Alice Jerge

Elizabeth A. Wheeler

IN EDUCATION

Vcryl G. Abbott C. Oonalee R. Agans Florence O. Bantle Lucile L. Butler Mary A. Cipolla Verna H. Corcoran Mildred 1. Frank Martin B. Fried Charlotte E. Gardiner Cecelia M. Cebhard Ruth M. Gillison ReLa H. Hall Georgc Huber Cora Blanchc BunL Neva A. Jackling

Rcbecca Kot.ok Flora C. Krzyzykowski Georgia F. Matt Frank D. Metzger Ruth B. Molyneux Leona H. Nowicki Marion E. Peterson William J . Rose Adah Frank Satterlee

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h On Thursday last Judge The Registrar requests t at Fried decreed that Flora the following students remain Krzyzykowski could change after school each night for special work, until theirsehol- her name legally only by arship shall be satisfactory 'm_a_r_r_ia...:g:...e_._ ___ ____ again: Edith Hubeler Charlotte Gardiner Valma Wells Ruth Frei George Huber Eleanor G. Smith FOR SALE Special Sale, June 15 Tumball and Huber Encyclo– pedias for K.P. Kids. LOST

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Committees for Graduation

Committees for Graduation

GRADUATING CABINET Ruth Topping, Chairman

CLASS DAY COMMITTEE C. H. Johnson, Chairman

Ruth Molyneux Martin Fried Verna Corcoran

Ruth Feei Verna Barcellona Lillian Bautz

Dorothy Freund Margaret Grant Laura Moot

Onnalec Agans Florence Bantle Ramona Dahlman

R. Guy FosLer

Edwin UhI

RING AND PIN COMMITTEE

PICTURE COMMI'I'J'EE Clarence Schwach, Chairm.an

Marie Bullock, Chairman

Margaret Sider Albert Verher

Ruth Christen Grace Harry

Linda De Marchi Mary Martiny

Charles Allgeier Elizabeth Beach

Leona Nowicki

Valma Wells

CAP AND GOWN COMMITTEE Maric Hcrncrlein, Chairman

INVITATION COMMITTEE Bernice Lich~man, Chairm.an

Caroline Goldstein

Flora Krzyzykowski Virginia Van Pelt

Dorothy Schmidt

Russell Grauer

Margaret Main

Sigmund Wojnowski

GIFT COMMITTEE Edith Hubclcr, Chairman

FINANCE COMMITTEE H. C. Thiclking. Chairman

George Schuster

Eleanor G. Smith

Grace Steinbach

Elizabeth Arend Margaret Ashhy Waller Baumgardt. Virginia Bruce Cora Hunt

Lillian KonikofT Frances Moulton Jolm Murray Catherine Smith Marion Young

FLO\VER AND COLOR COMMITTEE Christine Miller. Chairm.an

Martha Graves

Lena Blossom

John O'Neill

SENIOR ·BALL COMMITTEE

Margaret Poole, Chairman

SONG AND MOTTO COMMITTEE Everett Kampel, Chairman

Lillian Bautz Floyd Filmel'

Gertrude Schumacher Marion Peterson

Viola Steele

Elizabeth Sherk

Virginia VaTl Pelt

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3Jn .fMtmoriam

K. Laney

L. Bautz

V. Barcellona

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M. Poole

S. Shurgot.

Third Year Graduating Class Officers

ANNA MARGARET DRILL

April 28, 1909 - January 10, 1929

President

Verna Barcellona Kathryn J"aney . Lillian J3au t7. Margaret Poole Stella Shurgot Dr. Daniels

• Representative w Social Program Commillee Vice-Pres idenl

Resolved, That Theta Chapter of Theta Sigma Upsi– lon mourns the lOBI!! of its beloved sister, Anna Margaret Brill. To us she wil1 always be remembered for her sta– bility, sincerity, and cheerfulness of spirit. Theln Chapter of Theta Sigllla Upsilon.

Secretary Treasurer Facully Adviser

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ALLGEIER, CHARLES S.

BACHMAN, VERA Kenmore, N. Y. "V" Intermediate. Current Events Club '29.

WH.on, N. Y.

ned

General Industrial. Psi Phi; l\'Ien';s Club '27, '28: Men's Glee Club, VIce-President '28: Pic– ture Committee '29. AMERICA, HELEN ERNESTINE New York, N. Y. Miss America-'29 Vocational. Treasurer. One - Year Vocntional Class; Art Kraft. Klub; Dramatic Club. ~

BANYAS, FRANK A. Freeland, Pa. General Industrial Kappa Kappa Kappa; Men's Club '27-'29; Industrial Representative, Social Program Commi,tree '27.

BARBER, HAZEL M. Sanborn, N. Y. Haz Grammar. Record Staff '2S, '29, FeaLure Editor '29: Elms Staff '29, Literary Editori Non-Resident Association '28, '29; Debating Club '28, '29, Treasurer '29; Honor Roll '28, '29.

ANDERSON, PAUL O. F.

Buffalo, N. Y.

Andy

General Industrial.

Kappa Kappa Kappa; Men's Club; Baseball.

BARCELLONA,VERNA

Buffalo, N. Y.

AREND, ELIZABETH D. (Mrs.)

Vee

Buffalo, N. Y.

Grammar. Delta Sigma Epsilon: Basketball '27: Glee Club '27, '28: Honor Roll '27, '28; Representative, Social Program Committee '27, '28; Section Captain '28; Vice-President oC Sophomore Class '28; President oC Third Year Graduating Class '29: Vice-President, Social Program Committee '29.

Beth

Grammar. ~cct!on Captain '27-'29: Y.W.C.A. 28, 29; Honor RoU, January '29.

ASHBY, MARGARET E.

Buffalo, N. Y.

BAUMGART, WALTERA.

Migs Kindergarten-Primary,

Bun'.lo, N. Y.

Baumy

Delta Sigma Epsilon '27-'29 Record– ing Secretary '28, '29; Gi~ls' Glee Club '28, '29; Finance Committee '29.

Vocational. Kappa Kappa Kappa; Men's Club; Finance Committee '29.

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BAUTZ, LILLIAN C. BulTalo, N. Y. Lill Grammar. Delta Sigma Epsilon '28, '29: Alter– nate to Central Council '28: Vice– President, Third Ycal' Graduat.ing Class '29.

BIRD, LILLIAN V.

BulTalo, N. Y.

Lit

Grammar. " Dramatic Club; Swimming; Debat– ing Club.

BLESSING, ELLEN H.

BEACH, ELIZABETH M.

Allegaoy, N: Y.

Buffalo, N. Y.

Polly Kindergarten-Primary.

Betty

Intermediate. Baseball '26: Basketball '26. '27.

Non-Resident Association '28. '29, Member of Cabinet '29; Basketball '28; Swimming '28; Honor Roll: June '28, January '29; Y.'V.C.A. '29'

BEACH, RACHEL E.

Lockport, N. Y.

BLOOM, LENA

Buffalo, N. Y.

Ray Kindergarten-Primary. Swimming '27, '28; Girls' Glee Club '27-'29.

Lee

Intermediate. Current Events Club '23, '29.

BECK, CARLETON E.

Buffalo, N. Y.

BLOSSOM, LENA C.

Colly

Friendship, N. Y.

Gcncrol Industrial. Kappa Kappa Kappa; Orchestra; Band '28; Representative, Social Program CommIttee '27, '28. Treas– urer, Social Program Committee '27, '28; Central Council '27; Men's Club '27, '28: Manager, Men's Basketball '28, '29.

Lee Kindergarten-Primary. Girls' Glee Club '28; Non-Resident Association '28.

BONDROW, ROSE Ro Grammar.

Buffalo, N. Y.

BECKER, RUTH MARION

Buffalo, N. Y.

Kindergarten-Primary. Y.W.C.A.

DrDmatic Club '26; nasketball '26; Sociology Club '27; Girls' Glee Cluh '27, '28.

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BOOKBINDER, SYLVIA

BURG, DOROTHY C. Buffalo, N. Y. Dot Grammar. Y,W.C.A.

Buffalo, N. Y.

Syl

Intennediate. Current Events Club '28, '29; Sociology Club '29.

BROLINSKI, HELEN PEARL

BURKE, NORA F,

Buffalo, N. Y.

Niagara Falls, N. Y.

Grammar. Current Events Club '28, '29; New Voters' Unit '28, '29.

Grammar. Current Events Club '28; Nu Lrunh– da Sigma '28.

BROWN, STEWART E.

BUTLER, SARA R,

Lockport, N. y,

Niagara Falls, N. Y.

Brownie

Grammar.

General Industrial. Psi Phi '27-'29; Men's Club '27-'29.

Orchestra '26-'29.

Buffalo, N. Y.

BUCK,RUTH

BYRON, PAUL E.

Buckie Kindergarten-Primary. "Stunt Nite" '29.

New Rochelle. N. Y. Lord

V ocalional. Men's Glee Club '28, '29.

BULLOCK, MARIE LUCEIL

CALLAHAN, MILDRED V,

Buffalo, N. Y.

Buffalo, N. Y.

Grammar. Delta Sigma Epsilon '27-'29. Treas– urer '29; Central Council '27; Y. W. C. A. '28, '29; Chairman of Ring and Pin Committee '29.

iVlil Kindergarten-Primary, Orchestra '27-'29.

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CAMPBELL, CATHERINE M.

CHAPELL, MARJORY E.

Dull'alo, N. Y.

Rnnsomville, N. Y.

Kay

Pal Kindergarten-Primar y.

Grammar. New Volers' Unit '28. '29; Corrc– spondingSccrctary '28, '29 ;Dl'amatic Club '28, '29; Current Evcnt8 Club, Treasurer '28, '29.

Y.W.C.A. '27-'29; Non-Resident A't.– sociation '28; Swimming '28; Junior Girls' Glee 'Club '28; Senior Girls' Glee Club '29.

CARREL, SARA

Buffalo, N. Y.

CIMMERER, ELVA M.

Sally

Buffalo, N. Y.

Intermediate. Sociology Club '28, '29; Current Events Club '28, '29: Riding Club '28, '29.

Al Kindergarten-Primary.

Baseball '27 ; Kindergarten-Primary Play '28.

CASTEN, KATHRYN Buffalo, N. Y. Casey Kindergarten-Primnry. Theta Sigma Upsilon '26-'29, Editor '28, '29; Representative to Panhel– lenic ASSOCiation '26-'29; Record Staff '26, '27; Orchestra '26-'29: Girls' Glee Club '28, '29.

CIRIlINCIONE, DOMENICA J.

Buffalo, N. Y.

Margie

Intermediate. L' Alliance Francaise '28; Sociology Club '28; Current Events Club '28.

CASTERLlN, WARREN L.

Port Jervis, N . Y.

CLARK, EDNA L.

Eldred, Pa.

Casty

Kindergarten-Primary. Alpha Sigma Tau '26-'29: Panhel– lenie Association '26-'29; Y.W.C.A. '27: Girls' Glee Club '28, '29.

Vocational. Psi Phi: Men's Club: Daseball: Basketball.

CASTILONE, MARY F.

Buffalo, N. Y.

May

CLARK, HATTIE E.

Intermediate. Current Events Club '28. '29j Sociol– ogy Club '28, '29.

Rushford, N. Y.

Intermediate.

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CONGDON,A.BEULAH

CRAWFORD, MARY ELAINE

Angola, N. Y.

Buffalo, N. Y.

Grammar. Non~Resident Association '28; Cur– rent Events Club '28.

Intermediate.

CREAN, AGNES C. Prattsburg, N.Y. Ag Intermediate. Current Events Club '28; Sociology Club '28; Central Council '28.

CONNOLLY, HELEN TERESA

Buffalo. N. Y.

Intermediate. y.W.e.A. '27; Current Events Club '29; Riding Club '29.

CONWAY, MONICA AGNES

CRICHTON, FRANCES

Attica, N. Y.

Buffalo, N. Y.

Monnie

Intermediate.

Grammar.

CORBY, HELEN L. Grammar. . Sociology' Club '27.

Buffalo, N. Y.

CURLEY, ELSIE V. Buffalo, N. Y. Intermediate.

CORMACK, JOHN H.

Springfield, Ohio

CZERNIEWICZ, HELEN MARIE Buffalo, N. Y. Grammar.

Runt Cormack

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Vocational.

Men's Club.

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DAHLllilAN, RAMONA M.

Buffalo, N. Y.

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DeMAY, HAHOLD L. Newark, N. Y. Bud Vocat.ional. Men's Club.

Monie Kindergarten-Prima.ry,

Alpha Sigma Alpha '27-'29, Chap– lain '28; Gir1a' Glee Club '28, '29; Class Day Committee '29.

DAILEY, W~:;S Lgy A.

Arcade, N. Y.

DISTLEH, MARIAN A.

w"

Darian City, N. Y.

General IndusLrinl. Psi Phi.

Kindergarten-Primary,

DONOHUE, MARION

DAVIES, MILDRED MARY

Salamanca, N. Y.

Bun'alo, N. Y.

Mamie

lvlil Kindergarten-Primary. Junior Girls' Glee Club '27.

Grammar. Non-Resident Association '28. '29; Girl's Glee Club; Sociology Club '29; Current EvenLs Club '29.

DEHLINGEH, MARCELLA M.

DOOLITTLE, MILDHED L.

Buffalo, N. Y.

Naples, N. Y.

Mar Kindergarten-Primary. Girls' Glee Club '29.

Mil

Grammar. Current EvcnLs Club '28; Non– Resident Aa8ociation '28.

DeMAHCHI, LINDA MAHlE

Buffalo, N. Y.

Lyn

DOWNES, HUTH MAHIAN

Inl.ermediate. Current Events Club '26-'29, Cor– responding Secretary '27, President '28- Sociology Cluh '27; Dramatic chili. Treasurer '28; Section Cap– l.ain '27; Proper~x Manager, Christ– mas Play '28; Nu Lambda Sigma '28; New Voters' Unit '28, '29, J>rcsidcnt '29.

Buffalo, N. Y.

Grammar. Dasketball '26, '27; Junior Girls' Glee Club '27.

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FILMER. FLOYD Fil Vocational.

Albany, N. Y.

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DUNLEAVY, MARY CATHERINE Hornell, N. Y. Kindergarten-Primary.

Psi Phi '28, '29; Men's Glee Club; Record Staff '28, '29: Central Coun– cil '28, '29: Men's Club '28, '29; Senior Ball Committee '29.

DUSING, GENEVA M. ALLica, N. Y. Gene Kindergarten-Primary. Alpha Sigma Alpha '26·'29, Secre· tary '29; Representative to Central Council '29; Inter-Campus Relations Committee '29.

FISHER, ALICIA

Titusville, Pa.

Kindergarten-Primary. Girls' Glee Clob '26·'28.

ECKSTEIN, BESSIE E.

LancasLcr, N. Y.

FISHER, IRENE A. Clarence, N. Y, Rene Kindergarten-Primary. Y.W.C.A. '27·'29.

Bess

Grammar. Girh;' Glee Club '26-'29, Assisto.nt Librarian; Art Kraft Klub '26-'29. Treasurer; Chairman, Bulletin Board Committee '29.

FITZPATRICK, MARIE E.

EMMINGER, BEATRICE

Bnllalo, N. Y.

Kenmore, N. Y.

Sis Kindergarten-Primary,

Bea

Grammar. Junior Girls' Glee Club '26; Bas– ketball '26.

Basketball'27, '28, Black Team '27; Junior Girls' Glee Club '27; Kin– dergarten-Primary Play '28.

FEHMOILE, MAHGARET L.

Middleport, N. Y.

FLINN, FHANCIS J. Brooklyn, N.Y. Frank Vocational.

IV/ary Kindergarten-Primary, Non-Resident Association.

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FRIEDMAN, EVELYN ADELAIDE West Seneca, N. Y. Intermediate. Basketball '26-'28; Current Events Club '28, '29.

FLYNN, GERTRUDE M.

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Andover, N. Y.

Gcrt

Grammar. Non-Resident Association '27, '23: Sociology Club '28.

GALVIN, MARGARET R.

FOSTER, R. GUY

Shreveport, La.

Buffalo, N. Y.

iV1arg Kindergarten-Primary.

Slim

Vocational. Psi Phi '2B, '29; Dramatic Club; Men's Club '28, '29; Graduating Cabinet '29; Baseball '29.

Junior Girls' Glee Club '27; Bas– ketball '27, '28.

GEDDES, RALPH M. Elmira, N. Y. Jake Vocational. Men's Glee Club; Men's Club '28, '29.

FOSTER, RUTH HARRIET

Dayton, N. Y.

Kindergarten-Primary.

GIDDINGS, RALPH E.

Schenectady, N. Y.

FRANK, VIOLET B. Buffalo, N. Y. Vi Kindergarten-Primary. Girls' Glee Club '26-'28, Treasurer '28; Basketball '26; Kindergarten– Primary Play '27.

Giddy

Vocational. Kappa Kappa Kappa; Men's Club' Christmas Play '28; Spring Play '29:

FREUND, DOROTHY K.

Bun'alo, N. Y.

GILMAN, SOL

Brooklyn, N. Y.

Dol

Solly

Grammar. Alpha Sigma Alpha '28, '29, Chap– lain '29; Treasurer of Freshman Class '27: Elms Staff '29; Class Day Committee '29.

General Industrial.

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GLUNZ, DORIS L.

Bun'alo, N. Y.

Dorie

GIlADER, VERA JUNE

Grammar.

Buffalo, N. Y.

Kindergarten-Primary, Junior Girls' Glee Club '26: Senior Girl.' Glee Club '27-'29.

Alpha Sigma Alpha '27-'29. Editor '28, Corresponding Secretary '29; Record Stan' '27; Y.W.C.A. '28, '29; Elms Staff, News Editor '29; Honor Roll '27, '28. January '29.

Buflalo, N. Y.

GOLD, ESTELLE

GRAUER, RUSSELL F.

Siel

Niagara Falls, N. Y. Rus

Intermediate.

Dramatic Club '26-'28 ; Current Events Club '28, '29; Sociology Club '28, '29.

Gener81 Industrial. Psi Phi '28, '29; Men's Club '28, '29: Baseball '28, '29: Central Council.

GOLDSTEIN, BESSIE B.

GRIFFIN, WINIFRED G.

Buffalo, N. Y.

/luffalo, N. Y.

Bess

Winnie Kindergarten-Primary. Girls' Glee Club '27.

Grammar. Nu Lambda Sigma '27-'29; SecLion Captain '29; Honor Roll '27, June '28, January '29.

GOLDSTEIN, CAROLINE

GROTKE, DORATHEA

Buffalo, N. Y.

Buff.lo, N. Y.

Car

Dol

Intermediate. Dramatic Club '26; Basketball '26, '27; Nu Lambda Sigma '27, '28; Current Events Club, Vice-Presi– dent '28; Librarian, All-StudentS' Day '29; Cap 80(1 Gown Committee '29.

Grammar. Girls' Glee Club '27-'29; Honor Roll, Juue '28.

GROTKE, WARREN T.

GORNBEIN, ROSE

Buffalo, N. Y.

Niagara Falls, N. Y. Ro

General Industrial. Psi Phi '28, '29; Dramatic Club '27, '28; Men's Club '27-'29; Men's Glee Club '27, '28; Section Captain '28, '29.

Grammar.

Dramatic Club '27-'29; Debating Club '28; Record Stalf '28, '29.

62.

LeRoy, N. Y.

HARRY, GRACE

GaUe Kindergarten-Primary,

GUGLIUZZA, MARY Buffalo, N. Y. May Intermediate.

Y.W.C.A. '27, '28; Section Cap~ain '27-'29; Girls' Glee Club '28, 29; Picture Committee '29.

GWOZDZ, GERTRUDE

Buffalo, N. Y.

HARSCH, IRMA Kindergarten-Primary.

Buffalo, N. Y.

Gert

Gminmar. Girls' Glee Club '21-'29.

HAnnINGTON, MAnGARET E.

HASTINGS, ALICE M.

Orchard Park, N. Y. Peg

Alexander, N. Y.

Al

Kindcrgartcn-Prhnary. Y.W.C.A. '27; Girls' Glee Club '27-'29.

Intermediate. Baseball ; Riding Club '28.

HARnIS, BERNADINE B.

Buffalo, N. Y.

HAUCK, LAURIlTTA Attica, N. Y. IIauck Intermediate. L'Aliisllcc Francaise '28.

Belly

Grammar. Hepresentative, Central Council '26.

{

HARRIS, THENA G. Buffalo, N. Y.

HAYES, JOAN E. Tonawanda, N. Y. Bessie Intermediate.

Glee Club '26; ·Senior Club '27, '28; Current

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HUGGETT, WINNIFRED

Buffalo, N. Y.

HERSCHEL, AUGUSTA E.

Win

lIamburg, N. Y.

Intermediate. Representative, Central Council '27- '29; Current Events Club '28, '29; New Voters' Unit '28. '29.

Kindergarten~Primnry.

JACK, KATHERINE E.

HODGSON, MARTHA D.

Lewiston, N. Y.

Kenmore. N. Y.

Kay

Kindergarten-Primary, Alpha Sigma Tau. '27, '28; Dramatic Club '26; Section Captain '26; Art Kraft Klub '26, '27; Represent.o.Live Central Council '27. •

Grammar. Junior Girls' Glee Club '26; Dramatic Club '26; Senior Girls' Glee Club '27, '28; L'Alliance Francaise. '27; Non-Resident Association '28; Cur– rent Events Club '28; New Voters' Unit '28, '29.

HOLDEN, RUTII J.

Buffalo, N. Y.

JACKSON, WILLIAM E.

Buffalo, N. Y.

Kindergarten-Primary, Alpha Si£ma Tau, President '27, '28; Home Economics Club '25; Girls' Glee Club '27, '28.

Bill

General Industrial.

Basketball '28, '29: Representative, Central Council: Men's Club.

JANOWSKY, NORMAN

HORDER, AMY Niagara Fall" N. Y. Grammar. Girls' Glee Club '27-'29; Debating Club '27-'29, Secretary '28; Section Captain '28; Honor Roll. June '27 '28, January '29. •

North Tonawanda, N. Y. Jan

General Industrial. Psi Phi '28, '29. Chaplain '29; Varsity Baseball '28; Interclass Basketball '28, '29; Men's Glee Club '28, '29; Men's Club '28, '29.

JAYNES, LEAH LOUISE

HORTON, MARY ELIZABETH

Hornell, N. Y.

Ellington, N. Y.

Lu

Billie

Grammar. Accompanist, Junior Girls' Glee Club '27; Orchestra '27, '28; Senior Girls' Glee Club '28"; Non-Resident Association '27, '28.

J ntermediate.

Girls' Glee Club.

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JEFFE, ALLEN KARL Buffalo, N.Y. AI Grammar.

JOSEPH, DANIEL Brooklyn, N. Y. Vocational. Men's Club.

KaPI?a Kappa Kappa '27-'29, Secre– tary 28; Secretary, Sop-hamore Class '27: Central Council 27, '28, Vice– Chairman '28; Men's Glee Club '27, '28: Athletic Association '28, Presi– dent '28. ~ )I!NSO~;.SiYRUS H. Ii vrvvv"" \ Buffalo, N. Y. , Cy ocational. Section Captain '29: Chairman of Class Day '29; Men's Club.

KAMERY, MILDRED BLANCHE Olean, N. Y. Mil Kindergarten-Primary. Theta Sigma Upsilon: Dramatic Club '26; Representative, Central Council '27; Swimming '27; Y.W.C.A. '26- '28; Non-Resident Association '28. KAMPEL, EVERETT Sherrill, N.Y. , Ev Vocational. Men's Club; Picture Committee '29; Chairman of Song and l\.'lotto Com– mittee '29.

JOHNSON, EDWIN T.

IBuffalo, N. Y.

General Industrial. Psi Phi '27-'29; Men's Club '27-'29: Men's Glee Club '27-'29; Dramatic Club, President '28, '29.

.JONES, MARGUERITE G.

Buffalo, N. Y.

lYlarg

Buffalo, N. Y.

KEEN. ARLEIN

Intermediate. Central Council '26, '27; Girls' Glee Club '26-'28: Current Events Club '27, '28; New Voters' Unit '28, '29.

Kindergarten-Primary. Alpha Sigma Tau '27-'29.

JONES, MILDRED G. Akron, N. Y. Intermediale. Non-Resident Association '28. '29; Debating Club '28, '29; Honor Roll '28.

KELLER, CERENE Buffalo, N. Y. Rene Kindergarten-Primary. Pi Delta Theta, Panhellenic Repre– sentative '28, '29; Central Council '23, '29.

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KRENNING, ALICE E.

KEMNITZER, ALLEN E.

Buffalo, N. Y.

Buffalo, N. Y.

Al

Al

Grammar. Dramatic Club '27: Nu Lambda Sigma '2a, '29.

General Industrial. Psi Phi '27-'29, Presid"ent '28, '29; Men's CJub '27-'29: Dramatic Club '28, '29. KONIKOFF, LILLIAN LEONORA Buffalo, N. Y. Lit Intermediate. Basketball '26, '27; Dramatic Club '26-'28; Current Events Cluh '26-. '29; Sociology Club '27, '29, Presi– dent '29; Finance Committee '29.

KROVETZ, BEATRICE E.

Buffalo, N. Y.

Bea Kindergarten-Primary. Orchestra '26-'28.

LAESE, FLORENCE E.

KOPEK, BERTHA M.

Lockport, N. Y.

Bulfalo, N. Y.

Flip Kindergarten-Primary.

Bert Kindergarten-Primary.

Varsity Basketball '26; Interclass Basketball '26, '27; Baseball '26' '27; Girls' Glee Club '26, '27.

Basketball '26, '27; Baseball '26, '27.

LANEY, KATHRYN MARGARET

KRANICHFELD, KATHRYN M. Buffalo, N. Y. Kay Kindergarten-Primary. Alpha Sigma Tau '26-'29, Corre– sponding Secretary '28; Central Council '26; Spring Play '26; Girls' Glee Club '26; Kindergarten-Primary Play '27.

BUffalo , N~ C(ev '?/

Pete Kindergarten-Primary.

Dramatic Club '27, '28: Editor of Student Handbook '27, '28: Central Council Representativc '27-'29; Rep– resentat ive, Social Program Commit– tee '28, '29, ChairmaIl of Extcnsion Committee '28, '29: Kindergarten– Primary Play '28; Elms Staff, Photo– w;aphic EdItor '29; Chairman of ' Circus" '29; Inter-Campus Rela– tions Committee '29.

KREINHEDER, DOROTHY LUCY Buffalo, N. Y. Do! ~indergarten-Primary.

LAUBE,KATHRYN W.

Buffalo, N. Y.

Kay Kindcrgarten-Primary. Y.W.C.A.

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LICHTMAN, BERNICE

Dulfalo, N. Y.

LEDERMAN, ROSE Buffalo, N.Y. Rosie Intermediate. Basketball '26; Debating Club: Cur– rent Events Club.

Bernie

Grammar. Junior Girls' Glee Club '27: Dramatic Club '27-'29; Spring Play '28: Chair– man of Invitation Committee '29.

LINCOLN, MATILDA

Dull'alo, N. Y.

Grammar. Current EYents Club '28, '29; Y.\\'. C.A. '28, '29.

Strykersville, N. Y.

IntermediaLc.

LOCKMAN, ETHEL MAY

LEMPKE, BERNICE Alden, N. Y. Bernie Intermediate. Nu Lambda Sigma '28, '29; Cur– rent Events Club '29; Representa– tive, Central Council '29.

Tonawanda, N. Y.

Sal Kindergart.en-Primary, Y.W.C.A.

LOCKWOOD, STEPHEN D.

LETTS, DOROTHY J. Dort

Waverly, N. Y.

Buffalo, N. Y.

Steve

Kindergarten-Primary. Section Captain '26; Orchestra '26- '29. Librarian '27; Swimming '27; Girls' Glee Club '27-'29.

Vocational.

1\1"eo's Chili.

LONGNECKER, JULIA E.

Dulfato, N. Y.

LEVIN, EDITH

Clarence, N. Y.

E'cc

Grammar.

Grammar. Girls' Glee Club; Nu Lambda Sigma.

Y.W.C.A.

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