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BAKER, ]ON!llI, lIAU8AUBR, INC. I3UFI'ALO, N. Y.

THE ELMS 1931

"BERNARDINE 'WENDE

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em N THE TWENTI ETH VOL– e;::: UME OF THE ELMS, THE FIRST TO BE PUBLISHED FROM OUR NEW COLLEGE, THE STAFF OF 1931 HAS SOUGHT TO RECORD SOME OF THE HIGH HOPES AND SIGNIFICANT ACHIEVEMENTS OF THIS PERIOD, THE MOST IMPOR– TANT IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE INSTITUTION.

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BOARD OF TRUSTEES

lin .ibmnrhtut • LoUISE M . GSSETY •

EDWARD H. BUTLER

President

JOHN M . SATTERFIELD

Vice-President

Secretary

A. GLENNI BARTHOLOMEW

Treasurer

WILLIAM WARREN SMITH

CLAUDE FOSTER •

MRS. CAROLINE TRIPP CLEMENT

WALTER PLATT COOKE

H . SMITH

FRANKLIN

THOMAS B. LOCKWOOD

"To live in the hearts ojjriends we leave behind is not to have died."

We extend our sincere appreciation to the members of our Local Board in acknowledgment of their hearty interest and efforts in behalf of our college.

CON TEN T S

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The Normal School 1866-1914 I N 1866 the Legislature of New York State authorized the establishment of fOLlr new Normal schools in various parts of the state. Spurred all by the magnanimous offer of Jesse Ketch– um, a plot of ground north of the city in the block bounded by Jersey, Fourteenth, York and Thirteenth (Normal Avenue), was designated for the new Normal School. To carry t hrough this project the financial co-operation of city, state and county was necessary. A procession of Masons headed by the Mayor. the Common Council, and other officials, marched to the grounds for the elaborate cornerstone laying ceremony on April 15, 1869. John B. Skin ner headed the first Board of Managers appointed in September, 1870. Other Board members were F rancis H. Root, Honorable Grover Cleveland, Will iam H. Greene, Albert H. Tracy, Dr. Thomas F. Rochester, Joseph Warren, Allen Potter, and Dr. Henry Lapp. Appointment to pl'incipalship of Dr. Henry B. lluckham, a graduate of the University of Vermont, was confirmed by the Board on January 21, 187!. Seventy-five young women, eleven young men and a facu lty of seventeen members were present on the opening day in September. On Octoher 25, 1871, in the presence of distin– guished guests and officials, the formal opening took place. The llew edifice was constructed of brick, three stories high, and was claimed to possess all the necessary modern improve– ments. A total investment of one hundred thousand dollars was represented in the project, of which eighty thousand dollars was made avai lable from bonds issued by Erie County and tbe City of Buffalo. Following the resignation of Dr. J3uckham, after sllccessful work at the Normal School, Dr. James M. Cassety was appointed principal of the institution on June 14, 1886; Dr. Cas– sety was a graduate of Harvard University and his teaching experience included ·work at Albany, Cortland and Fredonia. Dr. Buckham headed a No rmal school at Monmouth, Ore– gon, until it was closed, when he went with his family to California. [-Ie passed away in 1913. In June, 1887, a Science building was started at t he north end of the main building. Con– nected by the "Bridge of Sighs," this new building served as "gymnasi um, Natural Science Department, and chemical experimentation." The erection of the principal's residence, authorized by the legislature in 1889, was com– pleted in 1894 at a cost of $10,000. As a semi-p ri vate attempt the kindergarten \V.IS started in 1892. Dr. Daniel S. Upton, former principal of Technical High School, was appointed princi– pal on July 30,1909. He was a graduate of Olivet College and Cornell University. Dr. Cassety retired from active educational \vork upon his resignation. The addition of a Household Arts and a Vocational department in 1910 found the old building wholly inadequate. After strenuous efforts by Edward H. Butler -and Senator Henry W. Hill, plans. for a new building were fonmlly approved on March 6,1912. T he first publication of the school, THE ELMS, appeared in June, 1912, and the following year the Record appeared as a quarterly magazine. Not until June 14, 1914,did the students bid farewell to the old building at a banquet and relllllon.

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The agitation for the erection of the second Normal School building, standing today at Jersey and Fourteenth Streets, was started by Edward H. Butler as early as 1902. A bill sponsored by the late Senator Henry W. Hill for the drawing of plans was signed by Governor Hughes on June 21, 1910. Due to the intricacies of legislative methods an appropriation was not available for starting the plan until March 6, 1912. To continue work in the old structure during construction of the new, on the same plot of ground, wings were -planned flanking the Science Building on two sides. Connecting these wings was the main facade of the building with a tower modeled after that of Independence Hall at Philadelphia. Back of this facade was the wing containing the gymnasium, auditorium and science rooms. A brief but impressive ceremony marked the laying of the cornerstone of the building on October)/, 1')13. President Butler, of the Board of Managers, introduced the speakers of the day, and afterwards, in the presence of distinguished guests, faculty and students of the school, he laid the cornerstone at the entrance of the new structure. The death of M;. Edward H. Butler on March 9, 1914 was a great loss to the Normal School. He bequeathed a sum of five thousand dollars to the school for Library purposes. Mr. Robert Livingston Fryer succeeded Mr. Butler as president of the Board. In September, 1914,-classes were started in the new building. Mr. Robert Livingston Fryer passed away on October 15, 1915 and Edward H. Butler, Jr. became president of the Board. In memory of her husband, Mrs. Fryer presented the Tiffany Clock for the tower, and a bronze tablet to the School. School 38 was affiliated with the Normal School in September, 1916, for additional practice teaching facilities. The first Summer- Session was inaugurated t~ following year. During this Summer Session in 1918, Dr. Upton passed away suddenly on July 30. On January 30, 1919, Harry Westcott Rockwell was formally appointed principal of the Normal School. Dr. Rockwell ...vas a graduate of Brown and Columbia Universities, and came to the school following successful work at Pelham, New York. In March of that year came the double ceremony of dedication of the new building and installation of the new principal. The Board of Regents gave the Home Economics Department, in July, 1919, the privilege of offering a four year course with a degree of Bachelor of Science in Home Economics. In September, 1920, the Vocational-Industrial Department was reorganized through the transfer of a similar department from Albany State College. In June, 1922, the Normal School celebrated its fiftieth anniversary during commence– ment-week, with appropriate ceremonies. The General Normal course was extended from two to three years' duration in September of that year. On April 25, 1925, the Board of Regents approved the establishment of an optional four year course for elementary and junior high school teachers leading to a degree of Bachelor of Science in Education. This important step forward was definitely authorized on June 24,1926. With it came many important additions to the faculty.

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The first non-teaching registrar, Miss Is~bel Houck, was appointed in 1925, and the posi– tion of Dean of Wornen created in January, 1926. Miss Catherine E. Reed began her work as Dean in September, 1926. Increased registra t ion and overcrowded facil it ies made a larger plant and campus necessary as each yea r went-by. On May 27, 1927, in response to a request made by the Board of Managers, in a resolution on April 14, the State Board of Regents cha nged the name of the Buffalo State Normal School to that of State Teachers College at Buffalo. Credit for this chan~e is due to the late Adelbert Moot, Vice-Chancellor of t he Board of Regents. On March 9, 1928, t he Legislature passed a bi ll giving the right to the legal t itle of New York St ate College for T eachers at Buffalo. T his action gave the college the same Faculty cl assification an d salary-schedule as that of the Albany State T eachers Coll ege. A college nurse was added to the staff in September, 1928. The Vocational-Industrial Department was put on a three year basis in the spring of 1929, an d a four year course .was planned. An 'lutO mechani cs and a general shop will come wit hin two YC

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New Campus 1931 Greatly increased registration and overcrowded· facilities suggested the advisability of a new plant for the College. In December 1926, Commissioner Frank C. Perkins proposed to the Council a plan looking toward the development of an educational center on the Buffalo State Hospital grounds. Finally after several proposals and changes, an agreement was reached between representatives of the city, and Governor Smith. The City of Buffalo was to take the Jersey and Fourteenth Street property while the State conveyed to the city, ninety acres on the State Hospital site. Seventy acres of the site was to be made available for use by the city for educational purposes, and twenty acres for a new State Teachers College. The city was to erect a new College at a cost not to exceed one million and a half dollars, and to move the reception building of the State Hospital.. Following t he approval of the Common Council and the Legislature, plans were drawn early in 1928. These plans visioned for Buffalo a splendid new College adjacent to the city's finest park and educational institutions. Four college buildings with a quadrangle were planned; namely, the main college building, vocational building, school of practice, and gymnasium. A president's residence and athletic field were also included in the development. The labors of Mayor Schwa b, Governor Roosevelt, the late Henry W. Hill, Gregory U. Harmon and Edward H. Butler were important factors in this project. A simple program marked the ground-breaking ceremonies on November 7, 1928, while impressive services of a state and civic nature saw the laying of the cornerstone ·on October 9, 1929. Presided over by Dr. Rockwell, a history making ceremony took place in the unfin– ished auditorium in the presence of the Board of Managers, the Mayor and members of the Council of BufFalo, representatives of thc State Educational Department and Board of Regents, state officials, and representatives of Buffalo educational institutions. Following the ceremony Edward H. Butler, using the same trowel. which his father had employed in 1913, laid the cornerstone of the main building. The graduating classes planted the first ivy on the new campus in June, 1930. In October 1930, an announcement was made of three gifts of chimes for the tower of t he main building. The E bell was presented by the Class of 1930, the C bell by the ELMS staff, and the D bell by an anonymous donor in memory of three former principals. To these bells, a bell from the old campus, a gift of Mrs. Robert Livingston Fryer, was added to complete the set of chimes. The first event in the new college took place on November 10 when the Buffalo Symphony Society opened its concert season in the auditorium. f\1oving to the new campus started December 17, 1930. A parade of students from the old campus to the new and another impres– sive ceremony opened the Co llege on January 12, 1931. Messages of congratulation were received from Governor Rcosevelt and Commissioner Graves, and personal greetings came from many civic leaders. Thus in its new sctting, in the midst of splendid educational institutions, almost unlimited possibilities in cultural and recreational fields beckon the State Teachers College of Buffalo to a new day of developmeht in elementary education which her eventful history of growth and service has shown in the past. -HARRY S. DOUGLASS

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DR. HARRY 'VVESTCOTT ROCKWELL; A. B.~ A.M.~ PD.D.

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GEORGE BRADFORD NEUMANN B.A., M.A., PH.D.

C HARLES ARTHUR MESSNER B.A., M.A., PH.D.

DEAN CATHERINE E. REED, A.B. , M.A,

CHARLES C. ROOT

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Earl Cranston A.B., B.D., M.A., Ph.D. Professor of [hstary

Rosamond Olief Abate B.S. Accompanist and AJsistant Librarian

C. B. Burke 1 nstructor in Woodworking

John Fontana Instructor in Machine Shop

Marion Dana, B.S., M.A. Instructor in K indergarten– Primary )};1 ethods

Raymond M . Fretz B.S., A.M. J nstructor in Science

Myrtle Viola Caudell B.S., M.A. Director and Professor of Home Economt'cs Fducation

Grace A. Allen B.S., M.A. Assistant Diuctol' oj Tra'ining

Jane 1. DiAdario Seaeta-ry

Anna M. Gemmill B.S., M.A. J nstructor in Home EcoItomics

Gertrude M, Bacon B.S., M.A. Professor of Elementary Educat'ion

Luella Chapman Instructo1' in Penmanship

Winifred Dre\.v B.S., M.A. Instructor -in Design

H. Arnold Bennett A.B., A.M. Instructor -in History

Mabel B. Gilbert Afanagel' of Cafeteria

Marion A. Clark, A. B. Secretary

Margaret Dupre, B.S. 1 nstructo1' 1:n Science

Mina S. Goossen, B.O.E. Instructor i'n Engrish and Dramatics

Charles B. Bradley, B.S. Pmfesso!" of Art Education

Mary C. Clark, R.N. College NU1'se

Helen G. Englebreck A.B., M.A. 1 nstructoJ' in History

Homer A. Bruce B.S., M.A. Instructor in Educat1'on

Stephen Clement A.B., A.M.

Andrew W. Grabau B.S. Instructor in EngHsh and Psychology

Professor of Education Director of Extension

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Kathryn S. Graham Secretary

George E. Huckins I nslructor £n Printinl:

M.lry l.oui se McMahon B. S. i nstructor in 111usic

Chester A. Pugsley !l.A., M.A. P rofeIsar of Elementary Sr:h()()[ Administ.ration

Fr(lllces G. Hepinstall B.S. Librarion

Edna W. Hurd, B.S. I nst.ructor in Music

Edward 1. Morrice, 13.S. iustructor in Mechanics

G. M. Quackenbush !l.S., M.A. Assistant P.ro/eHor of f/ ocational Training

Oscar Edward Hertzberg !l.A., M.A., Ph .D. Professor of Psychology

E ileen Mulholl and Ph.B., M.A. [ nslruc/01" in English

Anne M. Hutzler Seattary

Gertrude Roach, R .N . I nstructor in Health Education

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Faye Keever, !l.S., M.A. I nstructor in Clolh£ng

May C. Nye, A.!l., M.A. Instructof in Foods and Textiles

Jennie Robson, Pd.!l. Instructor in Mathematic! and Education

David R. Hodgin A.B., A.M. I nstructor in English

Jd a 1. Kempke Pd.B., A. 13., A.M. P rofes.ror of English

Winifred Salom, B. S. T n.structor in Ilealth Educ(4tion

Mildred Krier Patti Seattary

Ruth Ell iott Houston !l.A. P rofessor oj 11ealth Education

Alma M. Shugrue, A.B . 1nslructor in K i ndergarten– Primary M et.hod.r

i rvi ng C. Perkins, B.S. Director and Professo r of r ocational.Education

Ruth McLean, A.B. I nJtructor in Art

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Mildred L. Si pI' B.S., M .A. AJ5istant ProjeJSO'r oj Teacher Training

Charles A.Va il , 8.S.,A.:.I1. I nsl.ruct01' t'1~ Science

Marguerite Stockberger H£sto1'Y and Geography , School of P·raetice

Carl H. Kumpf, B.S. lVi alkemat,j,:s, School of Practice

Ruth E. Speir Assistant P ro/cHoT of Music

Grace Viele, 13.L. Assistant L ibrmoicln

Agnes Agnitch Thi,.d G,.ade, School 38

Mae O'l3rien, B.A. Fourth Grade, School of Practice

Harry ]' Steel, M.A. Director of Training and Projess01" of Ed'ucation

Wa lter 13. Webe r, B.S. InstnutoT in Electricity

Stella 0' Rei lly F·ifth Grade, School of Pra~tice

Grace G. Ball ard, B.S. Fo",.,h Grade, School 38

Katheryne C. Thoma,s A.B., M .A. AHistant. P.rofessor of Geography

Theresa A. Roehsler, I3 .S . Second Grade t School of Practice

Anna Alford, I3.A., M.A. First Grade, School of Practice

Mary L. Darker Second Grade, School 38

John Melvi n Th ur be r A.B., Ph.D . Professor of Englifh

Elizabe th Rird Small English and L atin, School of Practice

Lena Denecke Reading and Literaturc, School 38

E leanor M. Gover, B.S. Sixth Grade, Sc·hool of Practice

Mary J. Doe Fo",.,h G,.ade, School 38

May C. T urner, B.S. hUl.ructor in Foods

E ll a M. Smith Third G·/,ade, School of Practice

Mary L. Jam iso n, I3.S . K inderga1'ten, School of Praclia

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Mary Hofmann Rober ts B.S . Fifth Grade, School 38

M. Josephine Durney B.S. English, School 38

Genevieve Dye FCLlc hter Fifth Gr'ade, School 38

Lina Gielow, B.S. Read-ing and JliJ'tor), School 38 Isa bel I-Iouck . Kidency A.B. Registrar Nancy K. Lansdale Cm'ment Shoppe Managa ]. F. Phillippi, A.B., M.A. PtOfesso1' of Mathemat.1·C5

Frances M . Rude ll First Grade, School 38

Edna R. Ga rdner Geography, School 38

T helma M. Hepp, B.S. Second Grade, School 38

Edn a M. Shaw Kindergarten , School 38

Yla rt ha S. Pratt B.S., A.M. Instructor in 'l'eac/tet' Training

Elma R. Smith Third Grade, School 38

E thel H. Herl an B.S., M.A. First Grade, School 38

Ru by Simpson n. s., :VI.S.

PracttCt fl ouse iii! anager and J nstruct01' ill l! omt /ldmillistrfltion Franklin S'il ith Suptrinteudent of Build– ings and Grounds

Inez E. Stebbins, B.S. Second Grade, School 38

Ellen C. Mockler Second Grade, School 38

Ma rion P. Wakeman Fijth Grade, School 38

Charlotte M. Moore Arithmetic, School 38

Robert 0 . DeMond A.B .. A.M. ProftfJor of if istory Leave of /I buna

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Hero-v\lorship

Down before the altar of your life I lay my little hoard-

For striving in my humble way I sought to do the things you did, To reach the heights sublime you reached

By stepping in your tracks And leaning on your staff'.

Naught have I done in juSt my narne, But all I've done in yours. I'll ask not e'en the fame- nor shame; I've followed blindly .and will die, For my high hope was lived before– It panted in your brain. My very breath was yours- and less.

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Senior Class Activities T HROUGHOUT the four ye;ns' career of struggle which we have pursued in t he effort to- be among t he surv iving fittest- t he "B.S,'s in Ed."– we have been a cl ass which has promised much, for t he range of our t alents was equ alled on ly by QU I' zeal for achievement. Even as t his goes to press, t he Home Economics sen io rs are actually prom isi ng to bring fort h the ·stunt t hey have t alked of fo r four yearsj the General Normal girls to produce a "potentially prize-winning" basketball team; the Class Day committee to have an outdoor breakfast if it doesn't raill too hard; and all of US to make t he Se ni or Ball as brilli ant an affa ir as eve r. But this is not to say t hat we have done nothing So far thi s year. At ;.\ Christmas party in Gandy's, dignified hi larity reached its highest pitch when oLir presi d ing genius, Dora Staby, performed an adagio with Mr. Pugsley. Since then we have necessarily bent our efforts towa rd work, but not too strictly to have led the Moving-Day pa rade with a float which was good, if not a prize-wi nner, and to have heen the fi rst to read original verse at the interclass sing.

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Senior Class Officers

President Pice-President

MARGAR ET D IVE R

MARY R INDONE

Secretary Treasurtr

DORIS CONSTABL E

RALPH T H EO BALD

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WINIFRED ]. ALLEN Alpha Sigma Alpha, '28-'31, Corresponding Secretary, '30_'31; Nu Lambda Sigma, '30-'31; Section Capta in , '28_'29; Vice-President Jun– ior Degree Class, '29-'30; Horne Economics Club.

NINA AUSTIN

ISABELLA BAIRD Girls' Basketball, '27-'31; Y. W. C. A., '27-'31.

ESTHER E. BUCK Non.,.Residents' Association.

I~UTH M. BUDDENHAGEN Central Council, '27-'28; Delta Sigma Epsilon, '27- '31, Treasurer, '30; Y . vV. C. A., '27-'31; Silver Bay Delegate, '29; Phi Upsilon Omicron, '30-'31, President, '30-'31.

MARIE BRAUN Basketball, '28-'31; Base– ball, '28; Y. W. C. A. , '28- '3 1.

MARY IRMA CARMODY Phi Upsilon Omicron; Home Economics Club; Alpha Sig– ma Tau, '28_'3 1, Secretary, '30; Panhell enic Represen– tative, '28-'30; Y. W. C. A.j Dramatic Club; Spring Play '30; Ch"istmas Play, '28-'29.

EDNA CLARK Non-Residents' Association, Secretary, '29-'30; French Club, '30-'31; Honor Roll, '29-'31.

NELSON 1. BIONDOLILLO Men's Clu b; Men's Glee Club; Dramatic ClubTreas– urer, '31.

PAULINE ESTERHAY Burry Dramatic Clu b, '29-'31; Sprinp; Play, '30; Senior Glee Club.

JEAN A. CANADA I-lome Economics Cill b, '28- '29; Record Staff, '29-'31.

MARGARET BECK Y. W. C. A., '27-'31; New Voters' League; , 30,' 31.

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DORIS 1\IT. CONSTABLE Phi Upsilon Omicron; Al– pha Sigma Tau, '29-'31; Panhellenic Representative, '29, President, '29, Secre– tary, '28; Y. W. C. A.; Rep– resentative to Social Pro– gram. MARGARET H.. DIVER Senior Class President, '30- '31;Alpha Sigma Tau; Phi Upsilon Omicron; Y. W. c. A., '27; Spring Play Cos– tume Committee Chairman, '30; Christmas Play, '29.

MARY CLEGG Y. W. C. A., '27; Home Eco– nomics Club; Junior Degree Class-Treasurer, '30; Alpha Sigma Tau, '30-'31, Cor– responding Secretary, '30.

CLARA CORRITORE

KATHERINE G. FEW Alpha Sigma Tau, '28-'31; Home Economics Club, '27- '31; Y. W. C. A., '27-'28 ; Basketball, '27; Senior In– vitation Committee, '30; Panhellenic Association, '30.

DOROTHY M. FEINEN Non-Residents' Association, '30-'31.

JOHN EIGENBROD President Athletic Associa– tion, '31; Editor Summer Record, '30; Men's Club; Record Staff, '30.

PAULINE Fox Art Kraft Klub, '28-'31, President, '30-'31 j Record Staff; ELMS Staff; I-lome Economics Club.

ALlCE DEHEcK Basketball, '27-'29; Y. W. C. A., '27-'31; Current Events Club, '30-'31.

GENEVIEVE DUTTON

GENEVA M. FIEBELKORN

SAMUEL FOTE

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FELIX ,.y. HOWE

AGN ES 1. ISAACSON Alpha Sigma Tau, '29-'31 , President, '31; Nu Lambda Sigma, '27-'31, President, '29; Junior Degree Presi– dent, '30; Executive Coun– cil, '30-'3 1; Delegate N. Y. U. Conference, '30. MARGARET KERSTEN Home Economics Club; Pi Delta Theta, '29-'31; Rep– resentative Panhellenic, '29- '30, Treasurer, '29_'30, Pres– ident, '30-'31; Phi Upsilo n Omicron, '29-'3 1; Librarian , '29-'3 L

GARSON GOLDBERG

RAYMOND HARROLD

JANE GRENNELL

J ESSIE HARDY Home Economics Club, '27- '30; Alpha Sigma Tau, '30- '31, Vice-President, '30; Chairman of Ring and Pin Committee, '31.

DORIS V. GRITiVIAN French Club, President, '29- '30; Y W. C. A., '30-'3 L

BERTHA JOHN COX Home Economics elu b; Non-Residents' Association.

MARTl·IA GRIERSON Non-Residents' Association.

ELOISE KENNEY Basketball, '30.

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SUSANNA E. KRAEMER Y. W. C. A.; Social Program Committee, Summer, ' 30.

CLARA E. LIN K N on- Residcn ts' Associa tion, '3 1; Current Events Club.

RUTH E. LEINS Home Economics Club; Art Kraft Klub, ' 30-'31.

PHYLLI S BERYL KOLPIEN Non-Residents' Association, '30-'31.

lVIYRTLE MANSFIELD Delta Sigma Epsilon, Cor– responding Secretary, '29- ' 30, President! '30-'31; Home Economics Club, Chairman Home I::conomics Day, '30, State Student Chairrnan , '30-'31; Basket– ball.

DOROTHY A. MARLEY Alpha Sigma Alpha, '28-' 31 , President, '30-' 31; Central Council Chairman, '29-'30; Chairman Junior Prom, '29_ ' 30; ExecLLtive Council! '30- ' 31.

GERTRUDE LAWRENCE Home Economics Club; Y. VI? C. A. , '30.' 31; Costume Committee, '28-'29; New Voters' League,'30·'31; Sec– tion Treasurer, '31; H. E, Fashion Show, '29.

ALICE LARSON Home Economics Club; Art Kraft Klub; Alpha Sigma Tau; Y. W. C. A., '28-'29; Junior Degree Class Secre– tary.

WILHELMINE]. MERKLE Home Economics Club, '28- '31; Pi Kappa Sigma, '30- '31; Home Economics Sec– tion Captain, '31.

CLARA B. l\1ERKLING Basketball , '27; Y. W. C. A. '28; Current Events Club, ' 31.

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RUTH N. PULS Alpha Sigma Alpha, Treas– urer, '30-'3 ] ; Home Eco– nomics Club; Y. W. C. A.

1. ANN MOORE Y. W. C. A., '30-'31.

RUTH E. MILL ER Treasurer Junior Glee Club, ' 27; Y. W. C. A., '27-'28; Home Economics Club, Home Economics Play, '28.

A LFREDA PUGELL Current Events Club, '29- '3 1, Vice-President, '31; Y. W. C. A., '30-'31; New Vote rs' League, '3 1.

MARY E LIZABETH RA IN BOW Home Econornics e lu h.

CHARLOT MOE I-I LAU

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RUTH E. RECH Basketballl'reshman Cham– pionship Team, '27-'28; Y. W. C. A., '27-'28; Junior Glee Club, '27-'28; Alpha Sigma Tau, Vice-President, '29-'30; Central Council, '29-'30.

JEAN ADA I R MOULTON Sophomore President, '29 j Silver Bay Delegate, '29; N. S. F. A. Delegate, '30; Delta Sigma Epsilon, Presi– dent, '29-' 30; Ph i Upsilon Omicron j President Stu– dents' Association, '30-'31.

£L81 E P ETERSON y. W. C. A., '28; Alpha Sig– ma Tau, '30-'31, Treasure r, '31 ; Discipline Commi ttee, '3 1; Home Economics Play, '28-'29; Chairman I-lome Economics Club Dance, '29.

LILIANE Q'DONOGHUE Non-Residents' Association, '29-'3 1, President, '30-'3 1; Theta Sigma Upsilon , '30- '31; French Club, '29-'31; Summer Social Program Committee, '30.

HELEN SUE REYNOLDS Alpha Sigma Tau, '30-'31; Home Economics Club ; Non-Residents' Association, '27-'28; Y. W. C. A., '27-'28; Social Program Representa– tive, '30.

DOROTHY RALPH l3asketball, '28-'31; Play– day Delegate, '29; Class iVIarshal , '29; Editor-in– Chief ELMS, ' 30; Art-Photo– graph Editor E LMS, '31.

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LUCI LLE L. S I'I CE Home Econom ics Club.

DORA C. STABY Basketball Ca ptain Cham– pionship Team, '29-'3 1; Sec– tion Captain , '30-'31; Y . W. C. A., '29; Picture Com– mittee ELMS, '31 j E LMS Staff, '30-'3 1; Moving Up Day Committee, '3 1.

MARGARET R OBERTS Non-Resi dents' Associ ation , '30-'3 1; Current Events Club, '31; Y. W. C. A., '3 1.

GLADYS M. SLATER President Junior Graduat– ing Class, '30; Theta Sigma U psilon, President, '3 1; EL>1S Staff, '30; Basketball, '28-'30; Cortland Delegate; Silver Bay Delegate, '29.

MARY RINDONE Pi Kappa Sigma, Secretary, '30; Vice- P.esidcnt Senior Class; Chairman Class Day, '30; Central Council, '27- '29; Glee Club,'29-' 31; Dra– matic Club, ' 29-'31.

MARY REYNOLDS Art Kraft Klub, '28-'31; Home Economics Club.

PAULINE E. STR IKER Record, Bu si nesi=: Manager, '29-'30; Editor, '3 1; ELMS Staff,' 29-' 30; Delta Sigma Epsilon, '27-'3 1; Phi Upsi– lon Omicron, '28-'3 1; Ex– ecut ive Counc il , '3 1; Junior Prom Comm ittee, '30.

ELVERA STRACHAN Glee Club, '30-'31; Basket– ball , ' 28-'29; Ch airman Cap and Gown Comm ittee, '3 1; Flower an d Color Commit– tee, '30.

COLETTE M. SH H DY Nu Lambda Sigma, '28-'3 1, Corresponding Secretary , '29-' 30, Presiden t. ' 30-'31.

LEONARD RUSS ELL Campus Club; Glee Club; Dramatic Club.

J. SCHUSTER

ETHEL M. T EMPLE Home Economics Cl ub.

DORIS

Pi Delta Th eta.

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WINONA E. ZIEMANN Y. W. C. A., '27-'29; Bas– ketball, '26"27; Glee Club, '28.

FRANCIS W. WIER1.BOWSKI Men's Glee Club, '30-'3 1; Summer Session · Record Staff, '30; Summer Session Social Program Committee, '30.

lOLA P. TILLNER Y. W. C. A., '29-'31.

MAY ZDARSKY Home Economics Club; Al– pha Sigma Tau, Historian, '31; Current Events Club, '29; Y. W. C. A., '29-'31; Senior Picture Committee, '31.

RALPH E. THEOBALD Men's Club, '30-'31; Cam– pus Club, '30-'31; Men's Glee Club, '28-'29; Treas– urer Senior Class, '31; Chess Club, '29; Editor Summer Record, '29; Editor Record, '30.

ELINOR TURK

DOLORES M. CAVALIERI Junior Glee Club, '27; Sen– ior Glee Club, '28; Section Representative, '27; Sopho– more Program, '28.

EDWARl> BRUNNER Men's Glee Clnb; Dramatic Club; Men's Club.

ESTHER BLISS Pi Kappa Sigma, '28-'31; Phi Upsilon Omicron, '29- '31.

EDITH WE HSTER

MILLIE VrLl.AFRANK Non-Residents' Association, '30-'31.

Non-Residents' Association, '31.

BELLA R. WEEKES

FRANCES M. CROSS Home Economics Club, '26- '29; Senior Glee Club, '28- ' 30; Y. W. C. A., ' 30-'31.

GERTRUDE GAVIN

E LIZAB ETH FONTAINE

A. LAURANCE HOLCOMBE

TILLIE KAISER Basketball, '27; Y. W. C. A., '28; Current Events Club; Sociology Club, Pres– ident, '30.

RUTH GUTMAN Basketball, '27-'28; Current Events Cl ub.

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EDNA M. MITCHELL Home Economics Club, '29- '31; Phi Upsilon Omicron, '30-'31.

EDWINE M. KOENIG

CATHERINE LINDER

GERALDINE N. RANKINS Y. W. C. A., '30-'31; Nu Lambda Sigma, '28-'31, Vice-President, '31.

GLADYS RUHLAND

ELSA PROZELLER Alpha Sigma Tall, '28-'31; French Club, '28; Dramatic Club, '28.

FARBER

HOLME

J ENNY L. SCIBETTA

ALICE G. SCHAFFER

VIRGlNIA SUERET Pi Kappa Sigma; Home Economics Club.

Basketball, '27, '30.

IRENE TABER

FRANCES STROOD

HELEN M. STEPHENS Glee Club, '27; Home Eco– nomics Club, '27-'31; Y. W. C. A., '30.

En-TE L ZUBKOFF

HANNAN

HUBER

Junior Class Officers

President

MARIE HOLME

V ice-PTCsident

JEAN ETTE FARBER

SecretaTY

ETHEL HUBER

Treasurer

LESTER HANNAN

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GRACE E. BALDWIN Basketball, '29-'30; Cur– rent Events Club, '30-'31.

JOSEPHINE ACKERMAN

MARIE ALFANO Current Events Club, '29; Basketball, '29-'30; ELMS Staff, '30,

ADALINE ALLAN Delta Sigma Epsilon; Sen– ior Girls' Glee Club, '30-'31; Central Council, '29-'30; Kindergarten-Primary Day Program, '30; Basketball '29,

GERALDINE BAMBERG

ELMS Staff, '30,

FRANC ES D. BELLANCA Nu Lambda Sigma, '28-'30, Treasurer, '28-'29; Central Council, '29; Executive Council, '30-'31 j Chairman Elections Committee, '29- '31; Secretary Graduating Class, '31; Chairman Sen– ior Ball Committee, '31.

DORIS E. BECKER Junior Glee Club, '28-'29; y, W, C. A" '28-'29; Senior Glee Club, '29-'31, Secre– tary, '30-'31.

AUGUSTA M. ALLEIN Current Events Club, '29; Basketball, '29,

BEUI.AH BEERS Basket ba 11 ,' 28; Curren t Events Club, '28,

J. AUSTIN

DOROTHY L. ALLCRIM

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BEULAH A. BREIT Sophomore Assembly, '28; Senior Ball Committee, '30.

RUTH A. BREMS Glee Club, '28-'3 1; Vice– President, '30-'31; Alpha Sigma Alpha, '29-'31; Bas- . kethall , '28.

F. GORDON BENNEIT Psi Phi, '29-'31; Men's Club '28-'3 1.

EVERRTr C. BENNETI'

GERALDINE BINGENHEIMER French Cl ub, '28-'3 1, Treas– urer, '30, President, '31.

Y. w. C. A., ' 28-'29.

MARGARET BUNCE Central Council, '29; Bas– ketball, '30-'31; Nu Lamb– Ja Sigma, '29-'30. Treasurer '30-'3 1. .

JEANETIE F. I30NG IOVANNI Current Events Club, '28; Sociology Club, '28-'29; N. S. F. A. Comm ittee, '30.

LESTER J. BURKE Ka ppa Ka ppa Kappa, '29- '3 1.

PAULINE L. BURGESS Frellch Cl ub, '28.'29; Y. w. C. A., '29-'31.

MARyMARCARET BRADY Glee Club, '28-'31; Dele– gate to Central Coullci l. '28.

MARGARET MARY I3RADY

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KATHERINE E. CANNON Basketball, '28-' 30; Y. W. C. A., '28 - '30; Non-Resi– dents' Association, '28-'30; Section Captain, '29-'30; Central Council, '28; Junior Prom Committee, '30.

HELEN K. BURNS Basketball, '28-'31; Section Treasurer.

FRANCES E. CISZEK Y. W. C. A., '28; Current Events Club, '30.

MARGARET MARY BURNS Dramatic Club, '29-'31; Al– pha Sigma Alpha.

RUTH MARION CLARK

ESTHER COOK CLARK Non-Residents' Association.

THELMA H. CORCORAN Girl Marshal, '28-'29; Bas– ketball, '28-'29; Vice-Presi– dent Y. W. C. A., '31; Alpha Sigma Alpha, '29-'31; Glee CILI b, J28_ J31; Dramatic Clu b,'28-'29 ;Cortlalld Plav- day Delegate, '29. -

RUTH V. CARMAN Basketball, '28, Orange and Black; Playday Delegate, '29; Christmas Play, '29; Glee Club, President, '30; Moving Up DayCommittee, '31.

VIRGINIA P. CONDON Glee Club, '28-'31; Sofrivo– lities, '29; Junior. Prom Committee, '30; Basketball, '28-'29; Section Treasurer, '28-'30.

RUTH CHAMBERLAIN

FRANCES CANTOR

ALlCE CONRAD

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ELSIE M. CURTIS Non-Residents' Associatioll , '29-'30; Ju nior Girls' Glee Club, '29-'30-'31.

GEORGE L. D OBSON

GRACE E. CRANE Central Council-, '28; Junior Girls' Glee Clu b, '28; Senior Girls' Glee Club, '29-'30; Basketball, '28-' 29.

ELEANOR L. DOBLER Dramatic Club, '28-'29.

JEANETTE COUHIG

RAFFAE A . DEANGE LI S Sociology Club, '28-'29; Cur– rent Events Cl ub, '28-'31 j Y. W. C. A., '30-'31; New Voters' League, '30-'3 1.

Basketball , '30-'3\.

HARRY S. DOUGLASS Dramatic Club, '28-'30; Spring Play, '29; Record Staff, '29-'31, News Editor, '30-'31; Summer Record,'29; Men's Club, '30-'31, Chair– ma n, '30.

LEONA DAVIS Dramatic Club, Vice-Presi– dent, '29, Treasurer, '3D; Glee Club, '28-'29-'30; Christmas Play, '29; Sum– mer Glee Club, ' 30.

JOYCE DUNKELBERGER Y. W. C. A., '29-'31; Kin– dergarten-Primary Play,'30j Orchestra, '29_'31 ;Non-Res– idcnts' Association, '31.

VIRGINIA DALEY LLMS Business Staff, '30-'31.

BERNICE DEPARMA

J OHN DONOVAN

Y. W. C. A., '30-'3\.

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RUTH 1. DUNKELBERGER Junior Glee Club, '28-'29; Senior Glee Club, '29-'31; Orchestra, '28-'31; Y. W. C. A., '28-' 31; Nu Lambda Sigma, Recording Secre– tary, '31.

MARJORIE IVI. ECK[-IARDT Delta Sigma Epsilon, Cor– responding Secretary, '31; Basketball, '29-'30; Senior Glee Club, '30-'31; y. W. C. A., '29-'30; Central Council , '30; Section Captain , '29- '31; Sophomore Treasurer, '30.

ANNE JENNETTE DUNLAP Y. W. C. A.

GEORGE ENTWISTLE

JEANETTE FARBER Vice-President Graduating Class, '31; Dramatic Club , '29-'31; Spring Play, '29; Student Government Day Assembly, '30; Property Chairman D ramatic Pres– entation, '30.

FELINA FAY

GORDON S. EDDY Psi Phi, '29_'31; Debating, '29; Record Staff, '29-' 30; N . S. F. A. News Corre– spondent, '30; Tennis, '30- '31; Men's Glee Club, '31; Vice-President Students' As– sociation, '31.

MARY C. FLANAGAN NOll-Residents' Association, '29-'31.

R U'rH ECKHARDT Nu Lambda Sigma, '27-'30.

NORMAN]' EDINGER

ROSE WINIFRED FERRY

MARION FIEDLER

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PAU L C. FORD

J AMES G ILMOUR

MINN I E F. GAETH

V IRGIN IA GANGLOFF– Executive Council, '3 1; Edi– tor Student Handbook, '3 1.

MARIO FONTANA

LORRAINE M. F RANK Basketball, '28; Ju nior Glee Club, '28-'29; Senior Glee Club, '29-'3 1; Record Staff, '30-'31; Freshman Assem– bly Program, '29.

CATHERINE FRAWLEY Y. W. C. A., '28-'31; Glee C l ub, '27-'29: Current Events Club, '30-'31.

V lI..MA GOLDE Delegate to Central Coun– cil, '28-'30; Senior Ball Com– mittee, '3 1.

C LAUD E F OST ER Men', Clu b; French Cluo; Men's Glee Clu b.

MARY E. GORMAN

RAYMOND G ILROY

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DOR IS E. HARKNESS Nu Lambda Sigma, '29-'30.

PAUl. I·I ATCH

HAROLD H ANSON

PAUL D. GRIFFIN Psi Phi, '27-'31; Dramatic Club, '27-' 28; Men's Club, '28,'31; Campus Club, '31.

E THE L GRABENSTATTER Basketball,'28; RecordSta ff, '28-'3 1; Senior Glee Club, '29-'31 j Freshman Assem– bly Program, '28.

RUTH GRAMP!' Junior Glee Club, '29; Bas– ketball, '30; Y. W. C. A., '29-'31; Gift Committee, '3 1.

LESTER T. HANNAN Orchestra, '28-'31, Presi– dent, '30; Band, '31; Treas– urer Junior Class, '31; Fi– nance Comm ittee, '31; Stu– dent Handbook Committee, '3 1; Men's Club.

MA IWAltET W. GUENER Dramatic Club, '29; Presi– dent Ju nior Glee Club, '29; Senior Glee Club, '30-'31; Basketball , '30; Song and Motto Committee. '3 1.

HAZEL C. HESSINGER Y. W. C. A., '30-'3 1; Cur– rent Events Club Secretary, '31.

AUIlREY C. HE l M

MARGARET M. HAYDE N

Basketba ll, '28-'31.

ROSE GROSS

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H ELENA A. HIGGINS Non-Residen ts' Association, ;31.

MARION C. HOPwOOD Record Staff, '29; Basket– ball, '31; Picture Commit– tee, '31.

HA1,EL C. H o ltA Dramatic Cluh, '29; Juni or Glee Clu b, '29; Senior Glee Club, '30-'3 1; Alpha Sigma 'fau .

URSU LA M, H ORGAN Central Council, '28-'29 ; Section Captain, '30-'3 1; Current Events Club, '28- '29.

DOROTI-IY HIGGINS

J OSEPH HOEFLER

MARIE E 1.LEN H OD·IE Delta Sigma Epsilon, Chap– lain, '29; Y, W, C. A., Secre– tary, '29; Section Ca ptain, '28-'30; President, Third Year Class, '31; ELMS Staff, '31; Senior Glee Club, '29- '3 1.

E TH E L A. H UBER Delta Sigma Epsilon, '28- '31, Treasurer, '3 1; Glee Club, ' 28-'3 1; Y. W. C. A.; Secretary, Sophomore Class '3D; Assembly Program Committee, '29-'30; Christ– mas Pl ay, '29.

EDITH M. HO Li\'IES Y. W. C. A., '28-'30 ; Cur– rent Events, '28; Elections Committee, '30; Summer Chorus, '3~ .

H EL EN G. HUNT Orchestra, '28-'29; Glee Club, '28-'30; Basket ball , '28.

KATHRYN E.- HOLZER_

RHEA HUNT

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FLORENCE KAMERY

RITA HUTTER Y. W. C. A., '28-'29,

BERNICE M. KAISER

HELEN JOHNSTON Record Staff, '29-' 31.

MARGARET JANE JO NES Junior Girls' Glee Club, '29.

ESTHER KAHLER

Y. W. C. A., '27-'28.

Glee Club, '28-'3 1.

Orchestra, '28-'31.

ROSEMOND E. JO NES League of "Vornen Voters, '30-'3 1.

MARCAI{ ETfA KERSPERSKE Basketball, '29-'31; Glee Club, '29-'31,Trea,urer, '3\.

CHARLES E. JORDAN

SAMU EL KAPLAN

LORETTA KELLY

VIOLA JURGEN S

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MARY CHARLO'ITE LEWIS Non-Residents' Association , '29-'31, President, '31; Sum– mer Session Social Program Committee, '30 ; Basketball, '30-'31.

J ANET MACGAMWELL Record Staff, '30-'31 ; Jun ior Glee Cl ub, '28-'29; Fresh– man Assembly, '28.

JA NE E. KING Current Events Club, '3L

FRANCES KRENNING Central Council Delegate, '29; Treasurer, Section V, '28; Honor Roll, '29.

MAX KIRSHNER

ELINOR MAEDER President Current Events Club, '29; New Voters' League, '31; Current Events Assembly, '29; Summer School Program Committee, '28.

H ARRIETT MCCARTIN Y. W. C. A., '28-'31; Bas– ketball, '28-'31; Non -Resi– dents' Association, '29_'30; Assembly Prograrn Com- 111ittec, '30-'31.

] OHN 1. MCCREADY Psi Phij Orchestra; Picture Committee; Band; Men's Club.

IV[ILDRED 1. LEVITAN Record Staff, '28-'31 ; Fresh– man Assembly, '28.

GRACE LESHER Sigma Sigma Sigma, '28-'31.

PAULINE KRUEGER

Glee Club, ' 28-'29.

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MARION H. M ITCHELL Ki nderga rten Play, '30.

W ILLIAM MA LE

ANNA M AHONEY

J OSEPHINE MESI Current Events Club, '29- '3 1; Sociology Club, ' 29; FrenchClub ,'29; Glee Club, Summer, '30; Y. W. C. A. , '30.

MARTHA MESSINGER Delta Sigma Epsilon, '29- '3 1; Basketb all,'30-'3 1; Sec– tion Captain, '29-'30; Class D ay Committee, '3 1.

Basket ball, '3 1.

MARGARET M ALONE Basketball , '29-'30; Y. W. C. A., '30-'3 1; Central Coun– cil, '28j Section T reasurer, '3 1.

ANNE R. MANN ING Section Capt ain, '28; R id– ing Club, ' 28-' 29; Kinde r– garten- Primary Pl ay, '30.

EVELYN MURNEY Basketball, '28-'31; Current Events Club, '30-'3 1.

l'vII NN IE M ERRI LL

E I.I. A K AT E MULLER

MARY JANE MURPHY

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M ILURED M. NAGLE ELMS Sta ff, '3 1; Kindergar– ten Play, '30.

ANGELA M. NAPLES

'VILLI AM MURPHY

KATHLE EN E. O SUORN R Slimmer Social Committee, '30; Events Clu b, '3 1. Program Current

H ELEN OVERTURF

CATHERI NE OWENS Pi Kappa Sigma, ' 29-' 31; Current Events Clu b, '31; l3ask etball , '28-'29; Moving Day Program Committee, '30.

Surnmer Social Committee, '30.

Program

Summer Social Committee, '30.

Program

VIRGTNTA C. N ESSELBECK Alpha Sigma Tau, '29-'31, Secretary, '30-'3 1; Section Captain, '30-' 31; Basketball '28, '30; Color and Flower Comm ittee.

VIOLET G. NOTTER l3asketball , '29-'3 1; Glee Club, '29-' 31; Y. W. C. A., '28; Dramatic Club, '31; Senior Ball Committee.

MARGARET R. O'MARA Basketball, '29; Pi Kappa Sign1 a, '30-'3 1; Treasurer of Section, '3 1.

FRIEDA A. PASCHKA Y. W. C. A., '28-'29; Bas– ketb aIl , '29-' 30; Cli n en t Events Club, '30-'31.

MARGARET E. PALSER Current Events Club, '3 1; Y. W. C. A., '28; Riding Club, ' 28.

MARY A. PALMISANO l3asketbaII , '28, '3 1; Cu r– rent Events Club, '28.

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MARGARET P. RALPH President, Freshman Class, '29; Social Program, '30; Basketball, '29; Senior Glee Club, '29-'3 1; T reasurer Ex– ecutive Council, '31 j Senior Ball COnllnittee, '31; Sec– tion Captain, '28.

EVE LYN 1. PETZING

JANE C. RAMSEY Section Captain, '29; Bas– ketball, '29; Vice-President Junior Glee Cl ub, '30; Sen– ior Glee Clu b, ' 30-'31; EI.MS Staff, '31.

L II.LIAN REISS Basketball, '28; French Clu b, '28.

FLORENCE]. PHILLIPS l3asketball, '29; Riding Club, '28-'29; Y. W. C. A., '30-'3 1; Non-Residents' As– sociation, '30_'31.

GLADYS PETI LLON

Y. W. C. A., '30.

Glee Club.

HE NRY N. RICHARDS French Club, '28-'29; Dra– matic Club President, '30; Men's Glee Club, '28-'31; Men's Cl ub , '31; Orchestra, '28-'3 1;Central Counci l.'28- '29; Section Captain, '29.

MARIAN RILEY Y. W. C. A., '28-'31; Cur– rent Events Club, '28; Bas– ketball, '29; Business Man– ager, 1931 ELMS; Cha'rman Senior Picture Committee, '31.

HELEN J. PURCELL French Cl ub, ' 29-'30; Ba s– ketball, '29.

AO I·: I.IA M. POPLAWSKA French Club, Vice- Presi– dent, '29, Presi dell t, '30.

FREDA REUTER

Glee Club, '30~'31.

BE SSIE PLE SKOW

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LEONA SEMON Riding Club, '28-'29; Y. W. C. A., '30-'31; Non-Resi– dents' Association, '30 '31.

RUTH SALLACK

ANITA SENECAL Sigma Sigma Sigma, '29-'31, Recording Secretary. '30, Corresponding Secretary, '31.

NAHOMA ROSENBLUl'.,.I Junior Glee Club, '28; Bas– ketball, '28-'31.

ROMAYNE SHALLER Basketball, '29; Glee Club, '29-'31.

Y. W. C. A., '28-'31.

GRETCHEN SCHULZ Y. W. C. A., '28-'30; Soci– ology Club, '28; Record Staff, '31 j Current Events Club, '31.

FRANCES S. SHETLER Pi Kappa Sigma; Glee Club, '29-'31; Basketball, '29 ; Cap and Gown Committee, '31.

KATHERINE SECRIST Basketball, ' 29-'31; Base– ball, '29; French Club, '29.

RUTH E. S LACER Basketball, '29; Senior Glee Club, '30.

CHARLES SCHILLING Chairman, Senior Finance Committee, '31.

ABRAHAI.... t SIEGEL Record, Art Editor, '31.

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DOROTHY M. SNYDER

AMANDA SNELL

EDWARD L. SLY

RUTH L. SLOSS Central Council , '29; Glee Club, '30; Basketball, '29.

CLARIBEL SLATER Pi Kappa Sigma, '29-'31; Section Captain, '29-'31; Glee Club, '28; Basketball, '28-'3 1; Freshman Day Pro– gram, '28; Senior Finance Committee, '31.

Basketball, '28-'31.

MILDRED L. STARR Theta Sigma Upsilon ; Y.W. C. A., ' 28-'30; Non-Resi– dents' Association, '28-'30, Vice-President, '29, Secre~ tary, '30.

ELEANOR lVI. SMITH Basketball, '28-'29; Cur– rent Events Club, '28.

AUCE B. STANDART

Y. W. C. A., '30-'31.

HA:t,EL SNYDER

MARIAN W. SMLTH

EDWARD F. SrvlITH

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K ATHRYN SWEENEY Sigll13 Sigma Sigma,'28-'31; Kindel'g<1rten Play, '30.

J ANE T ORR ENCE Sigma Sigma Sigma, '3 1.

GEORG E SWANSON

MARJORIE STEARNS

HERBERT STE IN

BERN I CE STRASS UERGER Dramatic Club, '28.

AMALI A SUPPES Orchestra, '28-'31; Central Council. '28.

PAULINE SULLIVAN Y. W. C. A., '29-'3 1; Non– Residents' Association, '30.

FLORENCE TUCKER Baskctball,'28; Rid ingClub, '28.

CHARLE S E. TREMPER

CURTIS TRACY

BENNETT STRULL

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ETHEL M. WILSON Non-Residents' Association, '29-'31.

LOTTIE M. W IERZBOWSKt Basketball, '28-'30; Art Kraft Klub, '29-'31; French Club, '29.

VERONICA H. W HAL EN Basketball, '28-'3 1; Y. W. C. A., '29; Riding Cl ub, '28; Summer Social Program Committee, '30; Current Events Club, '30-'3 1.

IDA URKOFSKY Stunt N ite, '29; Freshman Day, '29.

KATHARINE M . VANLoAN Sigma Sigma Sigma, '31. "

HELEN WAGNER

MARGARET E . WOODS Dramatic Club, '28; Pi Kappa Sigma, Keeper of Archives, '29, Correspond– ing Editor, '30; Current Events Club, ' 30-'3 1.

REGINA WJSNIEWSKA Y. W. C. A., '28-'30; Bas– ketball, '28-'30; Freshman Assembly, '28; Summer So– cial Program, '30; ELMS Staff, '31.

HELEN E. WESTCOTT Pi Kappa Sigma, Treasurer, '31 j Current Events Cl ub, '30-'31; Section Treasu rer, '30.

SYLVIA WEINSTEIN Dramatic Clu b, '28-'29; Freshman Day Program,'29; Basketball, '29-'31; StUllt Nite, '29.

HAROLD WILSON

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