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THE ELMS T-HIS BOOK IS PUBLISHED ANNUALLY BY THE SENIOR CLASS OF THE BUFFALO' STATE NORMAL SCHOOL VOLUME VI ·II MCMXVIII MCMXVIX

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See, in the east, the sun rising high ! All through the night we've been watching the sky. Armed for our labors, impatient we stand! Off, fellow workers, the hour is at hand! Some to the highways, the byways for some! Roads are uneven; the city says, "Come And pick up the stones that lie loose in the street– Come! Make the way clear for the little ones' feet!" Here Alma Mater has taught us the way To be strong in the work that we do every day; To toil in the sunshine ; to laugh in the rain; To tug at the stones tho' our labor seem vain. Now, that at last our good-byes must be said, She gives each a charm, White and Victory Red, Says, "Remember, my children, that all the day long · The white bids 'be pure'; the red 'brave and strong'. See in the east the sun rising \Jigh! Could anyone fear with that blue in the sky?

Road Menders we, and our courage is nev ..... Alma Mater, we'll try to he worthy of you.

MARION R. WAKEMAN.

GERTRUDE M. BACON Superintendent of Teaching

)Tarnlty of t~l' Normal ml'padml'ut

EMILY W. DrxsoN .

. ... . ,., .... , .. Assistant in Kindergarten Dept.

C H ARLES B. BRADLEY" Head of Art Dept. Graduate Pratt Institute; Extension work in College of Fine Arts, Syracuse University; Cornell University; Teach– ers College, Columbia University, LOUISE M. t:ASSETY .. . , •. " . • • ••.•.• . Principal of Kindergarten Department Graduate Buffalo State Normal; Teach– er's College 1904-5, MYRTLE VIOLA CAUDELL .•• " , ., .. , ••• Principal oj Household Arts Dept. Graduate Buffalo Training School; Grad– uate Drexel Institute; Teachers Col– lege, B. S, and two summer sessions. HELEN G. ENGL£BRECK .••••••••• . •.• . . Head of History Dept. and Registrar Elmira College, A. B.; Columbia Sum– mer School. OAKLEY FURNEV . •... , . . ,., ...•... Director of Evening Indust·rial Teacher Training Graduate Brockport State Normal; Uni– versity of Michigan, B. A.; N. Y. State College for Teachers, M. Pd. ; Summer sessions at Stout Institute, Columbia and Mechanics Institute, IDA L. KEMPKE .. Head of the English Dept. Graduate Buffalo State Normal; Univer– sity of Buffalo, Pd. B. ; Extension work at Teachers College (two sessions); City College, Ne.w York, Cornell, Har– vard (four summers). ]. F. PHILLIPPI." .. . . , .. , . ,'..•... . .. Head of Mathematics Dept. Graduate Fredonia Normal; Extension work at University of Buffalo. CHARLES C. Roo·r. Head oj Education Dept. Michigan State Normal College, B. Pd.; University of Michigan, B. A.; Univer– sity of Chicago, M. A. A.... I.tIIl1f. . ELIZABETH L. BISHOP. " ., •• ,., ••• Science Graduate Buffalo State Normal; Teach– ers College (four sessions). ALICE A. BRIGHAM • • • •• , • •• Domestic Ayt Graduate Buffalo State Normal ; Colum– bia Summer School. GEORGINA E. CRAMOT., •• , •• • Dotnestic Art Graduate Buffalo State Normal ; Colum– bia Summer School (two sessions); Cornell Summer School (two sessions). SUSAN FRANCES -CHASE., ,., •• ,Psychology Graduate Quincy, Mass., Training School; University of Wisconsin, B. L.; Milton College, M. A. jUniversity of Buffalo, Pd. D.; Extension work, Chica– go, Cornell, Columbia and City College, New York. CAROL COTTON ••• ,.". , .Health Supervis01' Graduate La Crosse, Wis., State Normal; University of Wisconsin, B. A.; La Crosse School of Physical Education.

Graduate Buffalo State Normal. ROSAMOND M, DODGJ:o:. .• , •..... . •• , •• Music and Ph)'sical Training Elmira College, B. S.; Cornell Summer School (three sessions). RuTH ELLIOTT HOUSTON,." . •. ",." . Physical Education Western College, B. A.; Oberlin College, Department of Physical Education. BESSIE JOH~SON . . . " ..•. , •• ,' •. , • . ••• Nature Study and Elementary Science University of Minnesota, B. A.; Univer– sity of Minnesota Summer School (two sessions); Graduate work at University of Iowa. LILIAN MARY LANE, ..•.••.. . .•. • English University of Chicago, Ph. B.; Graduate work at Chicago and Columbia Univer– sity. IRENE M. LANNING .... . ...• , . . ,., .English Graduate Buffalo State Normal; Teach– ers College, Columbia University" B. S. and M. A. NINA LEGGE., •.......• , • . , ', •••• , • . Music Graduate Cornell Music School. JENNIE ROBSON ....• . Arithmetic and Logic Albany Normal College, Pd. B. M ILDRED L. SIPP ..... , ...... . ... . . .. ,. Methods in Household Arts Graduate Buffalo State Normal; Teach– ers College, Columbia University, B. S. ELIZABETH B. SMALL . . ....• , • .• • ,",. Reading and Phonetics Graduate Buffalo Training School; Col– umbia Summer School. AJ.{ELIA BROWN SPRAGUE . . , .•. , . "." Drawing and Design Cincinnati Art Academy; Pratt Insti– tute; Summer sessions at New ' York University i University of Tennessee and Chicago. GRACE VIELE . . •. , . . • "., •. ,., •• , . Librarian Smith College, B. L.; Graduate Buffalo State Normal; Columbia Summer School. FRANCES VINTON WARD . .. Household Arts Boston University, B. A.; Extension work at M. I. T . and Wesleyan Univer– sity. Summer sessions at Harvard, Teachers College and Cornell. Graduate work at Cornell. FREDERIC P. WOELLNER, . . " • • .•. Pedagogy University of Cincinnati, B. A.; Teach– er's College, Cincinnati; Graduate work at" University of Cincinnati and Teacbers College, Columbia. ROBERT WOELLNER .. Vocational Department Graduate Bradley Polytechnic Institute; Extension work at University of Cincin– nati and Columbia.

THE FACULTY OF THE NORMAL SCHOOL

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STELLA O'REILLY .• Critic Teacher 5th Grade Graduate Buffalo State Normal; Har– var:d Summer Schoo!; Extension work D'Youville CoHege. CARRIE BENSON • . • • ",., .. . . . ... . Assistant Principal an.d Critic Teacher 41h Grade Graduate Oswego State Normal; Exten– sion work University of Buffalo; Colum– bia University. Columbia Summer School. ELLA M. SMITH . . Critic Teache,' 3rd G,'ade Graduate Buffalo State Normal; Colum– bia Summer School. THERESA A. ROEHSLER . .•.••••• , ••• • . • Critic Teacher 2nd Grade Graduate Buffalo State Normal; Exten– sion work University of Buffalo. Col– umbia Summer School. ERNINA S. SMITH,C"itic Teacher 1st Grade and Ass'f. in Kiu.de1'gal'teft Methods Graduate- Buffalo State Normal ; Color– ado College Summer Schoo!; Columbia Summer School (three sessions). Ex– tension work University of Buffalo.

GERTRUDE BACON .Supt, of Pj'oeNce Teaching Graduate Buffalo State Normal; Colum– bia Summer School (seven sessions); University of Buffalo (extension work).

LYDIE A. CHAMOT •.•... Teacher of French Graduate Buffalo State Normal.

HELEN M. OLMSTEAD ••• , • ••• ,., •• , . " Critic Teacher Ninth Grade Graduate Buffalo State Normal; Exten– sion work University of Buffalo; Colum– bia Summer Scho~l. MARY H. FOwu:R.Critic Teacher 8th Grade Graduate Buffalo State Normal; Colum– bia Summer School. ANNIE E. DAVIES. Critic Tea-cher 7th Grade Graduate Buffalo State Normal; Exten– sion work University of Buffalo; Colu111- bia Summer School. LfLLtAN \V. WALKER ..• . ••.•.•..• . • •• Critic Teache/' 6th Grade Graduate Buffalo State Normal; Har– vard Summer School. HELEN WEIS •• , • Critic '{eachet' 6th Grade Graduate Buffalo State Normal; Cornell Summer School. GRACE F. WHITE .. Critic Teacher 6th Grade Graduate Buffalo State Normal; Music Supervisor's Course, New York Univer– sity. EONA R. GARDNER.Critic Teacher 5th Grade Graduate Buffalo State Normal; Colum– bia Summer School; Cornell Summer School. LINA GIELOW . • •• ,Critic Teacher 5th Grade Graduate Buffalo Training School i Col– umbia Summer School. . Critic Teacher -4th Grade Graduate Buffalo State Normal i Cornell Summer School; Columbia Summer SchooL Extension work University of Buffalo. JENNIE Moss .. "C"itic Teacher 3rd Gt'ade Extension work University of Buffalo; ' Columbia Summer School (two ses– sions). MAY THIRZA CHURCHILL •.• •• .. . .....

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MINNIE B. LAIRD, Critic Teacher 21ld Grade Graduate Buffalo State Normal; Colum– bia Summer School.

JAN!!. L. EI.Lls ... Critic Teaclte1' 2nd Grade Graduate Buffalo State Normal; Elmira College (one semester); Cornell Sum– mer School. Harvard Summer School. FRANCES 1L RUDELL., •• , •••• , •. , ••• Critic Teacher 1st Grade Graduate Buffalo Training School. Ex– tension work University of Buffalo.

MARGARET

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COONLY •••• ,., •. , •. • Critic Teacher 1st Grade

Etension work University of Chicago; D'Youville College; University of Buf– falo.

CLARA A. KREINHEDER .....••.•....•.• Critic Teache,' Kiudergat"tett Graduate Buffalo Training School; Col– umbia Summer School. Extension work University of Buffalo.

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(@. Normal 3llatr WordJ and MUJic hy ,Wilton John Pfe.fJer 0 ; Normal fair, of thee now we sing, To thee our hearts and voices we raise In one great theme; our loyalty we bring To thee in love and praise. Hail, Normal fair, as we leave -thee today, Within thy walls we honor thy name ; And, parting, now with one accord we say– Blessings to Normal's fame.

THE ELMS STAFF MISS KEMPKE, Faculty Advillcr. LUCIE HARRIS.

MILDRED M. TIMM Sudety, HILDA ORTNER, Household Art Reporter. RUTH KENDALL, Advertising Manager. MR TUTTHI LL, Vocational Reporter.

ANNA F. JONES, Editor-in-Chief. LILLIAN WILCOX. Circulating Manager. BESSIE BENDER, Literary Editor, MR. LESLIE, Vocational Reporter.

Kindergarten Reporter. EMILIE G. FULLER Art Editor. ESTHER BINKLEY. Literary Assistant, RUTH VOGELMANN School News.

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President, . .. . . . . . .. . •. .. •. . . ...... . , . , .. , .. . ... , . . .. GENEVIEVE H, DYE Vice-President . ...... .. . ...... . . . . , . •. ',' . . . .. .. . . . .. FLORENCE E. ALBEE Secretary . . ... . ... . . . •.. . •• .. . . •.. ... ... . . ....... FERDINAND KAMPRATH TreaSltrer . ... .. .. .. .. . •. . . . • .. • ..... .. ... . ...... . .. HELEN MC~ONOUGH Valedictorian . ..... . • . ........ . . .. • . .. . " ................ MURIEL DRAKE Salutatorian .......• • . . .. . ...... ... . ............ , . . ... ,. LILLIAN WILCOX

MOTTO: "Strive to Conquer,"

Class Flower-American Beauty,

Class Colors-Victory red and white.

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RING AND PIN.

CAP AND GOWN.

Ruth Kendall, Chairman Ralph Boniface 'Norine Bury Rubie Donaldson Marian Perry

Hilda Ortner, Chairmat~ Emma Rose

Thelma Bennion Nelson N achtr ieb

DECORATION, Ferdinand Kamprath, Chairman .Ruth Kinzly Gladys Raines Marie Kolb Harriett Sage

COLOR-FLOWER-MoTTO, Marjorie Townsend, Chairman

Edith Collard Grace Fraser

INVITATION AND ANNOUNCEMENT.

Therese Rieman, Chairman Mildred Kuhn Dorothy Keller

MUSIC. Milton Pfeffer, Chair-man Florence Albee

CLASS DAY COMMIT'fE!i.

MISCELLANEOUS.

Marion Wakeman, Chairman Emma Rose Ida Cooke

Kathleen Baird, Chairman Muriel Mil1er

Gertrude Stamp Constance O'Day Anna Dagon

Marie Hendrich Edith Prentice Mildred McGowan

~l'nera1 Normal

BINKLEY, KATE ESTHER............. .. LaSalle, N. Y. "APld still they gazed and' still the wonder grew That ont! s:'llalJ head could carryall she kflew. Interested in teaching, music and pictures. Elms Staff. BONIFACE, RALPH . .......... .. . "Bonnie" Buffalo, N. Y. "I am if, earnest; I urill not equivocate; I will not excuse; I will twt retreat a single i1!ch a"d I will be heard!" Interested in manual labor. Record Staff. Male Quartet, Dramatic Club. Basket Ball Team. BRAUER, MARTHA .. . ................... . Tonawanda, N. Y. UThe flower of meekness on a stem of. grace'" Interested in drawing. Dramatic Club.

ALBEE, FLORENCE...... .. ...... "Flossie" Buffalo, N. Y. "Let knowledge grow from more to more," Interested in whistling. Freshman President. Vice-President Senior Class. Record Staff. Faculty Student Coun– cil. Arethusa. BAER, MILDRED . . ........ "Teddy"-"Mil" Lewiston, N. Y. "Her air, her manners, all who saw admired, courtemes, though coy, and gentle though re– tired," Interested in making friends. Clionian Sorority. BAIRD, GRACE ......... _....... "Gracious" Buffalo, N. Y. «The kindest maid. The best cot~ditioned and unwearied spirit in doittg courtesies/' Interested in hiking. BENDER, BESSIE.......... . .. . ... . ."Bess" Ebenezer, N. Y. ~

BRUCE, IDA R................ . , .. "Dearie" Lackawanna, N. Y. "D'er rough and smooth she trips along _mtd

never looks behind." "Is it time to eat?"

BURKHARDT, ANNE R ...... . ........ . . . Buffalo, N. Y. · "The living voice is that which sways the soul." Interested in acting. Arethusa Sorority. Record Staff, Dramatic Club. BURY, NORINE .. . ....... ,' .. . ... "Snorine" Hamburg, N. y , "7/te reason firm, the temperate wiJi, wis– dom, e'fdura"ce, foresight, strength and skill:' Interested in witches. Clionian Sorority. Dramatic Club. Record Staff,

COLE, VIRGINIA .................. "Virgie" Eden, N. Y. "rile mildest manners with the bravest mind." "I can't, I've got to study."

BUSH, RUTH......... . .... .... ... "Rufus" Hemlock, N. Y. "f}ive u,n,t 0 me. made lowly wise, 1 he SPWd of self-sacrifice." Interested in "little children."

COOKE, IDA M....... . .. : ........ "Cookie" Buffalo, N. Y. "So well she acted each and every part." Interested in reciting. Arethusa Sorority. Record Staff, Brows– ing Club.

CAREY, MARy .......................... .. Lackawanna, N. Y. "Were 1 a nightingale, I would act the part of a nightingale." Interested in Lackawanna. Dramatic Club.

COTTON, HAZEL........................ . Friendship, N. Y. "Nt:ver /t'ave that till to-?1I0rrO'w, which you call do to-day."

CHILCOTT, VIRGINIA ....... .. . ... "Ginny" Orchard Park, N. Y. "By this good light, a lass of matchless mettle." -"You know what I mean." Arethusa Sorority.

Interested in work. Clionian ' Sorority.

COZZENS, DOROTHY J ... .. ...... . "Dot" Mapleton, N. Y. "B()rn for success she seems. With grace to win. With heart to hold." "Am I late?" C1ionian Sorority. Record Staff.

CHILDS, EDITH.......................... . Great · Valley, N. Y. ((I catt learn and learn alfd learn." Interested in music.

CLARK, LOUAH........................... Buffalo, N. v'. ~;Little in body, but ever present in spirit.# Interested in sweets.

DAGON, ANNA............... ..... .. "Ann" Hornell, N. Y. ufIer voice was ever soft and low." "I can't do that" (but she can). Arethusa Sorority.

,.cLARK, MALLIE . . , .. . . . .... ,. "The Critic" Buffalo, N. Y. "She has a cool, collected look As if her pulses beat by book." Interested in "Methods" and vocal music.

DEAN, LENORA . . ....... . ......... ...... .. Andover, N. Y. "Thy modesty is a candle to thy merit." Interested in geography,

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DE REMER, RUTH ....... . ........ "Ruthie" Andover, N. y, uAnd wisely tell what hour 0' the day The clock docs strike by algebra." "Say girls!" Y. W. C. A. Dramatic Club.

UD .. FOSS, DAVID C............ . . . . . . . . ave Buffalo, N. Y. "He spreads himself like a green bay tree," "Grrracefully young l~dies-g-r-r-acefully." Record Staff. Dramattc Club. Male Quar- tet. Basket Ball Team.

DUNNE, MARy ........ , .......... HDunnie" Owego, N. Y. "I would help others, out of a· fellow feeling." Interested in history.

FULLER, EMILIE G . . . ...... .. . ... . . .. ... . Buffalo, N. Y. "Mt,sic hath charms to sooth the savage breast." Interested in music. Record Staff. Elms Staff. Clionian Sor– ority. Browsing Club.

DYE, GENEVIEVE H ........ . ..... . . "Gen" Olean, N. Y. "Great offices will have great talents," HThat's awfully cute I" President of Senior Class. Record Staff. Arethusa Sorority, Faculty Student Counci1.

GANEY, HELEN ................... . . . . ... . Olean, N. Y. "DOP~'1 trouble trouble, till trouble troubles you." .. Oh, that Irish witt

ELSAESSER, IDA .................... . .. . . Buffalo, N. Y.

«Curved is the line of beauty Straight is the line of d'lty.n

GIBBS, MARy ............ . ... . .... . ...... . Lockport, N. Y. "What fairy-like music. steals over the se~~ Entrancing our senses WJth charmed melody? Interested in Spring.

"Did the bell ring?"

FEIST, MILDRED ... .. ......... . .. "Bobbie" Buffalo, N. Y. "Of manners gentle, of affection mild, In wit a man, simPlicity a child." "Oh, where's Gert Stamp?"

GILES MARy ........... .. .......... . ...... flornell, N. Y. "The secret of Sl{CCeSS is constancy to pur– pose/' Interested in "clay modeling." Aretheusa Sorority.

FORSTER, VIOLA..................... "Vi" Buffalo, N. Y. "She was ever precise i1t promise-keeNng/' Interested in the movies.

GODFREY, HARRIET. . . .......... . .... . .. Lockport, N. Y. "Let thy words be few." Interested in Art.

GOULD, FLORENCE H .. .......... "Katie" Olean, N. Y. "A 110bler yeanting ne'er brolu her rest Than but to dance attd sing, be gaily drest:~ Interested in good times. Dramatic Club. Tri Sigma Sorority;

HAUSLE, LOREEN ....................... · Buffalo, N. Y. IIGood ',eoltl, a1l~ g~fd sense are two of

life's greatest bleSSings. Interested in walking.

GREELEY, HELEN ...................... ,. Batavia, N. y, "T oMday whatever may annoy The world for me, is simply Joy." Interested in France. Arethusa Sorority.

HElM, MABEL E .............. "May Belle" North Tonawanda, N. Y. "She doeth liltle kindnesses ." Which most leave undone or despIse. Interested in "The Preamble."

HEISLER, EVADNE ............... ...... .. Buffalo, N. Y. "Laugh and the W01"ld laughs with you." "I won't teach in Buffalo." (!ionian Sorority.

GREEN, HARRIET................ "Hattie" Lockort, N. Y. "A bi,q /Je'rson, who has a big heart." Interested in catching trains.

GRESSMAN, CHARLOTTE..............• Eden Center, N. Y. "Thus 1 steer my ba~k a1td sail On eVCH /(eel with gentle gale.~J ''I'm just going to do it. Will I have time?"

HEPP, THELMA M.......... ; .... "Bemie" Buffalo, N. Y.

"1 do but sing because I must, And pipe but as the linnets sing." Interested in singing solos.

HILL, SIBYL A .................... "Sibbie" Buffalo, N. Y. "She- flieth about like a· YOldhful Irart." Some people are born under a lucky star.

HAGERER, RUBy ........................ . Sringville. N. Y. "Richer than rubies, dearer titan gold, Woman trtU woman, glad we behold/' Interested in doing good.

HOFFMAN, VIOLET ... _.. .............. .. Bolivar, N. Y. "Whence is thy learning, hath thy toil o'er books consumed the midnight our Interested in the "Bolivar Breeze."

HAGERER, SHIRLEy .................... . Springville, N. Y.

"She's aU my fancy painted her." Interested in her next position.

HOLMWOOD, MARION A .... "Mary Orchard Park. N. Y. "Moderatiott is the silken sl1';"O through the pearl chain of aU virtut.s "0, girls, did you see that?" . Arethusa,

- "Doll .. ViCTORIA .......... ··.... Y Kenmore. N. Y. Prefer instead of L uthat )'014- , " dOW Ila,t others tell you. . Amen to W h 4(111"9 d college thoug ts. of posture tests, an

HURLEY, ANNA M ..'... Olean, N. Y. uGrace in Women has' mOre effect beauty:~ . Likes to find hidden meanings in anolller'l; words. Stands up for her rights. JONES, ANNA........ . .............. "AIUI" East Aurora, N. Y. "Thou art a scholar." Interested in lessons, teaching and Editor-in-Chief, Elms. R~cord C1ionian Sorority. Browsing Club. books. Staff, JOYCE, MARY R ........................ .. Lackawanna, N. Y. "Nothi1tg great is achieved without t .... thusiasm," Inter-ested in "Principals." "Why, I'm late!" KAMPRATH, FERDINAND E ... "Kampy" Buffalo, N. Y. "lust at the age 'twixt boy mId yoU'" Where thOftght is speech and speech is truth," "Lady, may I dance with you 1"

d " ANNA .......... "A. Kenne y Buffalo, N. Y. . . II e thirst of kno7.vledge and of DN'S IS , s" I" lirus . . Ik "Oh come on . ond of takmg wa s. ,

"P .. MARGUERITE.. . ..... . . eg Buffalo, N. Y.

NNEDY,

'H ld the jort, I am coming." o /" Has ron been.taken Oionian Soronty.

KINZLEY, RUTH E ..... .

Lockport. N . Y. "/ charge thee. fling awaY,,?mbitionf By that sil£ fell the angels. "My word!" . .. Interested in "clean-up co~nllttes. CHonian Sorority. Dramatlc Club.

"MT' KOLB, MILDRED A................. , Buffalo, N. Y. "Live laugh and love; there may be (/1 time when Y01' can't. n • " Interested in "having a good time; dancmg.

Secretary of Dramatic Club. Secretary of Freshman Class, 1918. Secretary of Senior Class, 1919; Male Quartette. Record Staff, Basket Ball Team.

KELLER, DOROTHY..

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KRIEGER, LAURA B . . ........ . ........ . . . Buffalo, N. '(, "Be sure I COU1~t myself in nqthing else so happy as in a soul remcmbenng my good friends:~ Interested in "Campfire." Browsing Club.

Buffalo, N. Y. °Not/ti,tg -is so difficutt~ but that it may be

fouud out by seeking." Interested in English. Arethusa Sorority.

LIPPERT, FLORENCE., .. ,., ............ . Niagara Falls, N. Y. "A men)' heart doeth good like a medlcine. H , Interested in "rhymes-and jingles."

METS, MADELINE D ............ ,., - .... . Buffalo, N. Y. "It is good to Uve 'and learn." "Who is my best helper today?" Typewriting, MINDERLER, CLARICE ............. _.... . Olean, N. Y. "Of all the girls that m'e so small." "The Nightingale." "0, girls!" MUNN, SARAH ... . ...................Sally.. Ebenezer IN, Y. (fA little non-sense ttOW and then Is relished by the best of men," Interested in Evadne Heisler and Ancient History, "The call to arms"-(given with demonstra– tion). MURRAY, JEANE .......... .. . , .... "Billie" Buffalo, N. Y. "I'd be a butterfly born in a bower Where roses and lilies and violets hover." Interested in worrying over nothing what- ever.

LORTZ, FLOSSIE, ...... .. ....... . "Flossie" Buffalo, N, y, "Good to be m.er-rie (md wise." Algebra. Dramatic Club.

McCLUMPHA, MARION .......... , ..... . .. Newfane, N. Y. "Let us enjo'j.' if while it lasts, and tiot spend it to no pll,rpose." "Get thee hence. woman." Interested in going - somewhere.

McDONOUGH, HELEN E ...... _. "Mkkey" Buffalo, N. y, "None but the brave deserve the fair.# Dancing. Arethusa Sorority. of Freshman Class. Treasurer Class. Treasurer of Senior

"I'd love to be in New York now." Arethusa Sorority. y , W. C. A.

McGILL, RUTH ....... , .. ,., ... .. .... .. ... . Franklinville, N. Y. "A quick brunette, 'l.ucl/-moulded, falcon– c'\Jed." - Fond of teaching even mathematics.

MURTY, MARY E .. , . .. . ... .. .... "Mamie" Buffalo, N. Y. "A thing of beauty is a joy forever." Interested in drawing faces.

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MAGUIRE, ALICE D .............. . ..... . . Wilkinsburg, Pa. "A sweet and virtuou.s soul l.illl! seaso1tcd timber, neve,' gives." Interested in books, music, pictures, birds, and teaching.

NEWTON, ISABEL ...... . .. . .... .. .. . . . . . Delavan, N. Y.

"Ok, fhe d·ignity of history!" "Di~ I get a tetter, Violet?"

OCKENDEN, ANNE""" _,,,"""""", Penfield, N. Y. "I laugh, for hope hatl. happy place 'With me; If my b01"k sinks, 'tis to allOther sea," Cartoolls-a specialty. Oh, the beauty of spare moments I O'DAY, CONSTANCE",,,,,,,,,,,,, "Con" Buffalo, N, y, a 0, heaven! were mat~ But c01J.Stant, he were perfect." Record Staff. Dramatic Club. Vice-Presi– dent of Freshman Class, 1918. PARKER, ELLEN""""""""""" .. , Franklinville, N. y, "She acts, speaks, and behaves just as a lady ougM." Rich in common sense, which she hopes to impart to others. PERRY, MARION""""""""""",,, Moravia, N. Y. "Thou hast no sorrow in thy song, No winter in thy year." "You see, I must be popular, around this joint."-(Cafeteria) . Arethusa Sorority. PERRY, RUTH"" _,,"'''''''''''''''' Buffalo, N. Y. "For never anything can be amiss When s·impleness and d,dy tender il." Interested in high grades, also "achieving ends." PFEFFE~, MILTON"""" """,. "Pleff" Buffalo, N. Y. "That mighty orb of song, The divine Milton!" "With that falsehood on your lips,-iook I" Interested in "Apassiollata/' Quartet. Record Staff. Treasurer of Dramatic Club. Faculty-Student Council. School Organist.

PRENTICE, EDITH M""""", - --",," Horseheads, N. Y. "Well girl or cMId, it's the most beautiful thing J 'ever saw." . Doing good, disinte:es~ed good, ~s her trade. Dramatic Club. Choman Sorority.

RAINES, GLADYS L" __ ,,"" __ "" "Glad" Buffalo, N, y, "Oh, why should life all labor be!" "Gee I'm tired." Inte;ested in the "Library." Treasurer of "Tri Sigma." Y. W. C. A. Record Staff.

RIEGLE, BARBARA""",,,,,,,,,,,, "Bob" Buffalo, N, y,

"Honest labor bears a lovely face." An expert in making sand tables.

RIEMAN, THERESA R"""", •. """,,, Buffalo, N. Y.

"The smiles that win." "For instance .......... " Vice-President-Tri Sigma Sorority.

SAGER, MABEL 1.."""""""""" ,,' Orchard Park, N. Y. "WIIO says;" verse what others say .jn prose." Interested in "Drawing, birds, teaching."

SAUTER, RUTH ........... . ....... "Rufus" Buffalo, N. Y. "No question is ever .settled until it f" settled right." "I'm Sauter and Eleanor is Sutter." Interested in things which require original– ity. Y. W. C. A. Browsing Club.

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SCHELLER, LyDIA .................... '" Buffalo, N. Y. uN c· (?1' have we seen so 'young a body with so old a head. n Interested in Teaching music.

Buffalo, N. Y. d,.11 ca re' 1 prithee begoue from "I!,egolle, ' . ",d t d ,'n the eighth grade and "Bobbie" Interes e Feist. ·t expression (around examination , Favor'!W e ell' exams are coming, I'll have to ume)- • study now." STRASSER, MARIAN .............. . . . Buffalo, N. Y. frO" dftfic.f 'III0.f1 hC,r m~jltd wo, s be',tt,~ A book she had w ,ere er s te welt . Interested in re3:din~'Mand ej;~ing. Favorite expreSSion .J: ama

SCHRYVER, RUTH .............. . Omar, N. Y. ((J love f,'ollquil solitude And such societ'J' As is quiet, wise aud good," Interested in tall people.

SHUMAN, MAUD A ..................... .. Niagara Falls, N. Y. "Me thi1tks I wOf4ld 1101 grow so fast, Because su:,~:k/~~aU;:;:~, are slow, and weeds Intered in Teaching.

SULLIVAN, KATHERINE E ............ . Silver Srings, N. Y. "Nothing is -i·m.possible to a wjlli,~g heart." Intcrest~d in music and mock-weddings.

SIPSON, FRANCES BRETT ............. . Lockport. "Her words like so malll' nimble and airy se r vit01'S, trip about her af command," Inerested in School dancIng.

SUTTER, ELEANOR., .............. , .. "Lit Buffalo. N. Y. "Oh for thc simple life For tents altd starry skies!" Interested in athletics, "Everybody up, yea Normal 1-2-3!" Y. W. C. A.

SMITH, MARION L....................... . Naples, N. Y. "Those about Iter, from her shall lean~ tlu perfect ways of hOltor. n f'ew things have failed to which I set h1y will. I do my most and best.

TIMM, MILDRED M.............. ."Mon" Attica, N. Y.

"Her c)'cs are like augels'." Interested in lesson plans. Favorite expression-"My dear lit Elms Staff. Tri Sigma.

TOWNSEND, MARJORIE M............ . Buffalo, N. Y. "The l-ight of love; the pnrl~ty .of grace, The mind, the music breathmg from her face." Interested in music, books, pictures, teach– ing.

SMITH, MARGARET .................... . Medina, N. Y. "Thy modesty's a· candle to tAy "le1'if," Interested in Teaching.

WIEDMAN, MILDRED ..... . .... ·, "Millie" Olean, N. Y. "Still wafers run. dee~;" Favorite express lOn- Oh, I love it 1"

VOGELMANN, RUTH ............... .. ... . Buffalo, N. Y. ('Where the stream runn,th smoothest the water is deepest." ' School news editor of Elms. Interested in teaching arithmetic. VOSBURGH, CARRIE............ . ....... . Springville, N. Y. ~'The glory of a strong, firm and capacious mtnd." ~nterested in traveling on the B. R. & P. Oh, Mary, let's get a honey moon" (sundae). VOSSLER, GENEVIEVE............ "Gen" Olean, N. Y. "Grounded upon tW other argument . But that the people praise her for he~ virtues," Ass't Art editor-Elms. Really. do you . mean it-Really? Ass't editor-Elms.

A "LT' WILCOX, LILLIAN ................ I Buffalo, N. Y. "Few things are impossible to diligence and skill." Interested in nature study. Arethusa Sorority. Circulation Manager of Record. Elms Staff.

WILEY. GRACE .......... ·· ...... "Graciou," Buffalo, N. Y. "The difficulty in life is the choice.'1 Has more than one interest.

WAKEMAN, MARION R ........ "Shrimr" Lockport, N. Y. "To be greal is to be misunderstood,"

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WALTER, DOROTHY M........... . .... • . Niagara Faits, N. Y. "Happy am I; from care I'm free! Why aren't they all c01JteJ$ded like me." Interested in School ; having a good time.

WHITWOOD. HULDAH R ........ "Bobby" Friendship, N. Y. "She's pretty 10 walk with, And witty to talk with, And pleasa'tt too, to think on." Interested in Hfriendshills," Hoh dead"

BULLINGER, GERTRUDE ~; M...... " .................. , ..... Gerty Gloom Buffalo, N. Y. Mathews J~ays: "Oh, 1 think that could b, worked Oftt. Outdoor sport-Rib breaking. Y. W. C. A. CHURCHILL, MARTHA MARIE ...... . . .. Boston, N. Y. . "/ don't think so either," Favorite Occupation-Draping "Lizzies" with ncaT chiffon. DONALDSON, RUBIE BELLE..... "Rube" Buffalo, N. Y. "Cheer up," Favorite pastime-Eating between meals, but omits her lunch the day she teaches. President Arcthusa Sorority. Y. W. C. A. FRASER, GRACE EVELyN ............. .. Buffalo, N. Y. "1.m'l it perfectly darling? My dear! I'm just wild about it." Chief .occupation-Wetting Olga's comb. Tri Sigma Sorority. HENRICH, MARIE E ............ "Mahrie" Buffalo, N. Y. "Oh, well it's not so bad." Occupation-Keeping her locker supplied with powder for the class to use. Arethusa Sorority, President of Senior H. A. Class. Y. W. C. A. KUHN, MILDRED SOPHiE............. . Buffalo, N. Y. Half hour later-"What did you sayf'~ Occupation-Crocheting. Arethusa Sorority.

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MAcKENZIE, NORMA M........... "Tilly" Buffalo, N. Y. "It's o· great life if you- dou't weaken." OUf class comedian, who has a smile for all occasions. Y. W. C. A. Vice-President of Household Arts Club. MILLER, MURIEL HERBERT ....... . Cuba, N. Y. «I'll have nervous prostration if this keeps up," Her 'specialities are theorildng and-fine needlework (?). Arethusa Sorority. Y. W, C. A. Treasurer of Senior H. A. Class. Presidenl of House– hold Arts Club. MITCHELL, LULA............... .. . ... . .. . Buffalo, N. Y. «I k,ww-but __" Occupation-Commuting. NYE, OLGA J....................... .. ... . Buffalo, N. Y. "My dcar! It's just a waste of time,n Her favorite occul)ation is knitting on all occasions. Tri Sigma Sorority. ORTNER, HILDA...... .......... ... . .... ,. Buffalo, "N. Y. "Let's have a good time." Her favorite occupation-thinking up con– tests for her classes. Arethusa Sorority. Y. W. C. A. Elms Staff.

ROSEN, LUCY EVANGENLINyE .... .. "Van" East Aurora, . . "/ 1 10 make that early traill." 'Waif Supplies her chemistry desk with new glassware. Y. W. C. A. SPAULDlNG, HEL.EN SLOAN .. "Helium" Fredonia, N. Y. "Olr! I hafe it." Life member of the clean-uf) c«?mmittee. Has an affinity f?r stray pencils. Tri Sigma Soronty. STOESSER, NAOMI KATHERINE .. .. Buffalo, N. Y. Call me, "Stay-si,·." 1sll't it adorable?" Her forte is teaching. Sec'y of Senior H. A. Class. Y. W. C. A. Buffalo, N. Y. "1/ 1 only hadn't c/rouged n~y min-d." Is an authority on HDressing Room Scan–

PECORARA, MARGARET . ." "Miss Pekario" Silver Creek, N. Y.

"DOI~'t forget J.tOur ,"cports, girls." Occupation-Scolding her familic", Clionian Sorority,

&l'niDr ICtnbtrglU1tn -- ARNOLD, EMILY P .................... .. La Salle, N. Y. "Ok, say, girls have you seen 111y-(l~eys, books, purses, money, etc.") The only thing Emily hasn't lost is her reputation for losing things. But, we would rather have our Emily who loses things, than 110 Emily at all. We just couldn't do with– out her. "Gone, but not forgotten." BAIRD, KATHLEEN ................. "Kay" Buffalo, N. Y. "Kay" is one of the essentials of our section. She is a solace in time of great trouble, and a rej uvenator of spirits, Clionian Sorority, Y. W. C. A. BLAIR, MILDRED .................... "MH" Skaneateles, N. y, Says, "Oh. girls! ! !" "Mil" is very much interested in the college life of Buffalo. A jolly, good-natured girl, who is ever willing to help. Our hearts and hands to Mildred. CHonian Sorority. BUNDY, FLORENCE.................... .. Buffalo, N. Y. A close companion of Myrtle. She can teach anything from kindergarten to the fifth grade; she can contrive anything from a doll to a dissertation on Froebers Mother plays. CHAPIN, FRANCELLA ............. "Fran" Silver Creek, N, y, The whirlwind of our s&tion: Fran i!;i never quiet long enough for anyone to notice it; and this energy is just what is needed in kindergarten. She is a favorite with her children and a fav?rite with 1f~ girls. CLOSE, PANSy ...................... "Pan" The calmest person among us. Pansy speaks calmly, teaches calmly, skips calmly– in fact, she does everything in this same way; and consequently gets it done. Pansy is a girl you enjoy being with; ask the kindergar– ten girls and they will agree.

YOUNG, EDITH ELEANOR

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"At Tech we did it this way." When joy and duty clash Duty does not go to smash. Y. W. C. A.

SAGE, HARRIET F ..... .. ... .. "Harriette" Kenmore, N. Y. "Ok, you can't tease me:' What a cRange a Christmas vacation can make in .one's future plans! . Her ~Iggest problem is disposing of her rmg while she teaches. Y. W. C. A.

CIlomwncl'ml'nt We think that we have reached the end; Our long sought goal is ',"on. ~ut the wise old Elm trees laugh and say, You have only just begun." A. JONES.

COLLORD, EDITH""""""",,,. Buffalo, N. Y. All information regarding any part of the kindergarten course or anything pretaining to it may be obtained from Edith. She is our encyclopedia, "our strength upon our right hand," and we appreciate her-we do. 'Vhat would we do without you, Edith?

HASSEL, ALMA ......... _............... .. Buffalo, N. Y. - Admitted that "good-night" was her favor– ite expression. She is a splendid, helpful, cheery girl whom we all 'have been ~l~d t,o h with us these two years. Minister s d=~~hters are so useful. Aren't they, Alma? "B " HIRSCH, BERNICE.................. ee Gainesville, N. Y. One of the ''happy four" and a true friend of all. "She doeth little kindnesses . Which most leave undone, or despise: For naught that sets one's heart at ease,. JOHNSON, MAE ......... Coriu, N. Y. "Come and trip it as ye go, On the light fantastic toe." . How is dancing class progressmg, Moae? Given....,.....Two cigar boxes and Mae To prove-the impossible can be done. Proof-Several whacks, Much sawdust, Endless ingenuity. Result-A colonial bedroom suite complete in every feature. Q. E. D. And giveth happiness Of peace Is low-esteemed in her eyes." Clionian Sorority.

CYPHERS, MILDRED L., .. "Spikes," "Mil" "Music hath charms." It matters not the kind, piano, uke1ele, mandolin, vocal, she is accomplished in all. Says "Jinks." Arethusa Sorority. Y. W. C. A.

DRAKE, MURIEL G.. " .. " ....... . . ___ _ Buffalo, N. Y. Muriel, OUf Muriel In whom we have most joy and most affi- ance. For we know what thou hast been in bat- - tie by my side. And have often seen thee in the Class Room Walk away with laurels, While we have been left behind. Says "Oh Dear." Arethusa Sorority, Y. W. C. A. GREENWOOD, DOROTHY G""" "Dotty" Lockport, N. Y. "Dotty" is the most versatile person ima– ginable. She is a splendid housekeeper, an ex– cellent cook, a tip-top kindergartner, and a Teal friend. All these qualities arc combined in onc very small person. Arethusa Sorority. HAGER, HELEN. _.. . .. _. _............... .. Buffalo, N. Y. "Hark. hark the lark." Who else could the lark he but our Helen? {'Say, have you your lesson to-day?" HARRIS, LUCIE A ............ ... . ...... . Attica, N. Y. «The lily-maid of Attica." A recipe for "Lude":-Take a generous supply of art; mix in slowly onc portion of grace and a little pcp j add as much clevert\css as needed. When almost cool, add a bright idea and beat thoroughly. This makes a most tempting concoction which will satisfy all members of the family. Tri Sigma. Elms Staff.

KENDALL, RUTH. _......... _.... ____ .. Buffalo, N. Y. ('Ruth had a little section,

A section gay and brigh~ ; . And everything that sectlon did, Ruth saw that they did right." Says "Oh girls I" Tri Sigma Sorority.

KOLB, MARIE ............. _.... _. _.. "R;e" Buffalo, N. Y. "When shall we four meet again?" Says, "Is that right?" Clionian Sorority. LAAS, MyRTLE .... ........ _........... _.. Mount Vernon, N. Y. Known by her giggle. "A job, a job, my kingdom for a job I"

W4rtt- Itur &tninr QUuss - BAGLEY, HENRY S ................. "Bag" Buffalo, N. Y. Not the author of "School Discipline." "I don't see why it couldn't be done this way." A builder of houses who expects to be builder of men. Is very quiet and always answers to the point. BURGOYNE, LEO J................. "Leo" Buffalo, N. Y. Came front the land of "Baked Beans." "Now I'll tell ya." Devoted to teaching Sheet Metal Work at School No. 47. Has a good appetite and is still waiting for his portion. (Roycroft Inn).

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. Although Mildred has been" Just one year she has wo our hearts. And isn't h n h lastmg place in child? We don't knows e t e· m~~t helpful ground form" would h how . the salt·cel1ar sot~e. of, us had it not be~~e fg;°l[iid~~~ with 1 n SIgma Sorority. . , on~ of US" fot

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ROSEN, FRANCES .................. "Fran" " East Aurora, N. Y. Haste ye, Fran, and bring with Th Jes~ and youthful jollity . ee, ~UIPS and becks and w,r~athed smiles Aueh as make our sectIon bright ' nd fiU our hearts with true d~light" Y. W. C. A. Record Staff. .

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GANNON, JOHN .................... "Jack" Buffalo, N. Y. The silent partner. One of the four smooth tops of the class. You know the story about hair and brains. "I don't get you." A gaud plumber is just as necessary as a doctor.

weather," is Ethel from a sea r point. In fact she' car?' . In Impersonate anything "Cock-a-doodle_d~~." to a rooster. Example IS her strong R e;h 111 t .e Windy, windy

KAISER, ROBERT ................... "Bob" Buffalo, N. Y. (High-po-the'-sis) is his middle name. Our President. A prompter of social affairs. De– signed as a Machinery Man. "Jeff" of the class. We all look down on Bob. "Who's gain' my way?"

KNAPP, HERBERT C .............. "Herb" Buffalo, N. Y. A good example to follow-Patternmaker. Thinks he is an A-I teacher because he is at School No.1. His name may lead you to be– lieve that he is asleep, but he is not.

KOLASSA, SYLVESTER T.......... "Syl" Buffalo, ·N. Y. "I should think So.b "How're the cami';m Some story teller. Quite a Kidder Y Secre~ . of the class. Star (?) forward of the b kartY ball team. as e -

REILLEY, JOSEPH E ................ "Joe" Buffalo, N. Y. A well "Red" man. "What would you do in this case?" "Has anybody heard this story? Here is a good one." A faculty member of several schools. A pattern maker teaching manual training.

LINK, GEORGE H ............. , .. "George" Buffalo, N. Y. NC!t Darwin's..A perspective critic. "Ped– agolpc~l Pre:o~at1ve." "Don't do (jt this wa do It like thIs. Another of the Bald Spot Y' A maker !.!f patterns-not Butterick's. Thres~ years at Night School and still gaining weight.

TUTTHILLj HENRy ....... "Harry," "Tutt" Buffalo, N. Y. Silent Harry until he starts and then oh, my. Also loves an argument, "Brevity is the soul of wit." "Taking it from a Psychologi– cal standpoint." Favors freehand drawing. Elms and Record St:lff. Press Correspondent. Disciple of Benjamin Franklin. (Printer) .

. LONG, EDWARD F ........... . ..... "Ed." Buffalo, N. Y. "J would do it ~his way," 1'1 noticed in the shop down stairs." Machinist and tooI– Ta,ker by day ,and Vice-President by night GIrlS, he doesn t smoke, chew or drink." .

WERRICK, JEROME H .. "Jerry on the job" Buffalo, N. Y. Teaches Manual Training. "Don'.t cha know?" "Yessir." Spends most of his time at home with his "Henry,"

NACH~RlEB, NELSON E ........... "Nel" Doesn t Knock" as his name does. "Mutt" of the c1as~. Alwa;ys- looked up to. "Where are ...r,ou gomg to-ntght?" "Are all the tights out. Treasurer. Basketball manager. Plumb– er, .Teacher of Drafting, and Shop Mathe– mattcs at Black Rock Vocational School.

SHANNON, LUKE S ... . "Lonesome Luke" Buffalo, N. Y. Some traveler. Loves an argument but is always cool, as he works on iceless refrigera– tors. "When I was down East." Will teach sheet metal work.

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WILLIAM C. BOLDT, Buffalo, N. Y. Painter and Decorator, Bill Boldt, and threw the gauntlet down, And warbled like a thrush : I want to paint it red, (the town), Someone give Bill a brush. THOMAS DILLON, Buffalo, N. Y. Machinist. Dillon thinks that he will surely be a teacher, His family tree has talent, never fear: With a little "Burbank knowledge," he will win his way to college, Or the dream that Dillon dreams, will dis– appear,

GEORGE GILBERT, Buffalo, N. Y. Carpenter and Cabinet·work. Another man still in the woods, That see-saws on through life: Who makes a cabinet for moods, And tries to conquer strife,

REID, GEORGE E .. . .. ...... . .... . "Baldy" Buffalo, N. Y. . Anothe~ shining spot of the class. Teach- 109 Machmcry at the Peckham "Aristocracy" Some b~wler. His ambition is to beat Dewey, ThorndIke and other lesser lights.

JAMES H. HOWELL, Buffalo, N. Y. Machinist. Another machinist who cannot lie down, For, dreary of lessons and classes, Hc passes the evening with furrow and frown . While others are passing their glasses.

ROUDENBUSH, ELMER F., . Buffalo, N. Y. J.fechani,al Draughtsman. "Rodi" seeks but to design a perfect form for a "Lizzie," "Rodi's" task is onc divine, yet "Rodi" is a sport: You (auto) see him basketball : to see him when he's busy, As he swats the big balloon across the court. GERHARD W. SJODEN, Buffalo, N. Y. Patternmaker. Gerhard Sjoden as a name stands alone, AndsureIy ought to bring its owner fame f But Shorty must live up to it or men will say Alas, we fear there's nothing in a name. CARL SCHAEFER, Buffalo, N. Y. Machinist. "I've .been extremely busy for a year Of two," Says Carl and Carl's no shirk: But I know machinists, wily through and through. Who sct their outer calipers on work. HENRY STAUBITZ, Buffalo, N. Y. Machinist. Henry is a little backward, Henry cannot talk: Henry was a crawler first, before he stood to walk: Henry is a huge success, he's learning how to teach, The greatest talkers on the earth, are bark– ers on the beach. LYNN S. WILCOX, Buffalo, N. Y. Machinist. Since numbers are supplanting names, And everybody's sober, v\! e will give Lynn his "nom de plume," ' And call him "Louie Dobber." CLARENCE WILSON, Buffalo, N. Y. Carpenter. A famous name the world o'er, Flashed over wire and cable: May "peace" e'er hovcr ncar the door; Don't sit around the "table,"

WILLIAM LESLIE, Buffalo, N. Y. Plumber. Here's a man 'who wipes a joint with pleasure, A sleuth, a Sherloc,k on t~e trail of leaks. A knotty problem 15 to him a tr·easfirc. 'Tis a friend· of "Plumber Leslie's, nQw who speaks. GEORGE M. MOCK, Buffalo, N. Y. Sheet Metal Worker. Here is a man upon the road to fame, Who has a load mOTC heavy than his sin For all are Mocks, who bear his very name, And ail his efforts lead, alas, to tin. EDWARD MOESER, Buffalo, . N. Y. Machinist. One of our men who is named Ed. Moeser Very much dislikes to leave his home. The question what to say of him is some~ thing of a poser, Except he sadly sighs when he must roam. WILLIAM C. JOHNSON, Buffalo, N. Y. Machinist. Will Johnson is a lad 0' sense The future will reveal. He works for love, and not for pence With gear and shaf~ and wheel. P. J. O'DONNELL, Buffalo, N. Y. Carpenter. And here's P. J. O'Donnell, an Irishmen that's true, The 0 before O'Donnell is no blarney : Sure, he'll make the boat that takes him across the ocean blue, And he'll sail it on the bosom of Killarney. LEO H. O'HARA, Buffalo, N. Y. Electrician. Here is a live wire in the dark, And never known to shirk it: A luminous though tiny spark, He travels in a circuit . JOSEPH O'HARA, Buffalo, N. Y. Electrician, Two O'Hara's on the scroll, Wizards of the spark: This one illuminates his soul, With visions in the dark.

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RUTHERFORD, MARGARET .. ..... . . . Buffalo, N. Y. "Too busy with the crowd-cd hour to fear to Jive or die." HI'm just eating my lunch"-6th Period. Interested in basket ball.

DEHECK, MARION . ... ,. , ........ ". , .. East Aurora, N. Y. "The lov.c of learning the sequestered nooks, And a.U the sweet serenity of books." 'JHave you seen Helen?" Clionian Sorority..

SWANNIE, ETHEL.... . ...... . .... . . . .. Buffalb, N. Y. "Silence gives consent." , "What are )IOU going to teach to-day?" Arethusa Sorority.

GAUGEL, DOROTHEA.... , . , . . .. "Dot" Pavilion, N. Y, "All the world's a stage aNd all the men and women. merely pla'yers." "Are my points on my dress straight?" Dramatic Club.

ALBRIGHT, FRIEDA.......... , ...... .. Barker, N. Y. etA daughter of the gods, divinely tall, And most divinely . fair." "Oh, if I only could go home."

JANUARY SENIORS, 1920

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Clara A. L. Bellaire Charlotte A. Honnar Marian J. Chretien Anna J. Healy Emma M. Haefner

Beatrice E. Link Mary A. McNamara Margaret M. Rieman Katherine Weiffenbach Harriet M. Windisch

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Gerald F. Aaron Clarence Becker Ervin J. Borth

Ralph H: Krasselt Charles G. Magwood

Harry V. Reid Carl J. Roecker

Roland T. Burghardt Thomas H. Carveth Stephen M. Chayke Paul T. Clifford George L. Cole William H . Dryer Anthony F. Elsinghorst Daniel J. Foley Nicol 'N. Gordon John C. Koch

Clarence E. Rood Frank G.Russert Charles Schweitzer Richard A. Seaborn Cary G. Smith David Smith Walter H. \Vannenwetsch Leonard S. Watson Jules G. Zinter

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Left to right, sitting- :\!. ),lcArthur. A. M. Smith, M. E. Mell.nder. J. Fraser.

HOUSEHOLD ARTS JUNIORS AND FRESHMEN Sitting, Freshman---

QllsJIJI ~tfrJl Preside»" . . , ...... ...................................... ROBERT KAISER Vice·President. ..... _................ _....• • .. ... ...... EDWARD F. LoNG Secretary ........ ......... , ..•........•.... • ..... SYLVESTER T. KOLASSA Treasurer ..... , .. ............•....•............ ,. NELSON E. NACHTRIED Press C orre.s/JQ1ldent. .........•...........•..... , ..... HENRY TUTTHILL

We-are calJing this the Three-Year Senior Class because of the 'shortening of the voca· tional course to two years, thus making two classes graduate at this time. We feel that whatever time may have been saved to the other students by the shortening of the course was lost in their training; for it is safe to say that not one of this class regretted the length of time spent in the work, and that, too, during the strenuous days of the war, This class started in three years ago with fifty members, and at the close of the first year had been reduced to about thirty. That year was a test for stickers, for many of us had been out of school for a long time. The subj ects of that year included Industrial Educa– tion taught by Mr. Tingley, Mathematics and Physics by Mr. Phillippi, English by Miss Lane and Miss Kempke, Psychology and Physiology by Mr. Pease, and Drawing by Dr. Upton. It was the older men who stuck to the class, but a lot of credit is due those young fellows who put in the whole three years. During the second year the class was somewhat depleted by the war, and numbered about twenty-five at the close. The third year started out with the war and the "Flu" epidemic, but _ the

THE NORMAL MALE QUARTETTE

RALPH M. BONIFACE, Manager-Sccond Bus.

MILTON PFEFFER, Pianist-Second Tenor.

FERDINAND E, KAMPRATH.

First Tenor.

DAVID C. FOSS. First Bass.

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