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The New College State Teachers College at Buffalo, formerly Buffalo State Normal School, witt move within a few years into the beautiful and spacious buildings which will soon ariso on the ninety-one acres sct aside for that purpose from the State Hospital grounds at Elniwood and Fores t avenues. Buffalo will construct a boulevard 106 feet wide and over one-half mile in length which will separate the hospital property from the _college grounds. The tract will have a depth of 1,106 feet along a line drawll at right angles to Elmwood Avenue; the rear line of this property will be 1,428.5 feet in 'length and will intercept Scajaquada Drive at a point just east of the little promontory projecting into tbe creek. This tract wiH be ample to provide for a football gridiron, a baseball diamond, tennis courts, and several new buildings as needed for future years. The pressing requirements of the present dictate a necessity for a girls' dormitory in the ncar future. The proximity of Delaware Lake will provide for boating and for such winter sports as skating and hockey. It is thegencral consensus of opinion that nowhere ill the city could a more advantage– ous location have been found. It combines beauty of unusual park and landscape effects with an atmosphere of cultural educational achievement already assured by the presence in the neighborhood of the classic Albright Art Gallery, the McKinley Vocational School, a branch of the Buffalo Society of Natural Sciences, a prospective open air theatre and the beautiful Historical Building. The accession of this remarkable tract and of the bU1ldings which are to be erected on it will not have been accidental. As the time approaches for the actual fruition of the plans for the new college location, the realization of the source of that progressive step will probably lose emphasis, yet it must be noted that during the few years in which the project was initiated and concluded, a number of mcn worked and fought until all opposi– tion was defeated, In March, 1926, in connection with the proposed removal of the- Buffalo State Hospital to Gowanda, the subsequent housing of the Buffalo State Normal School was considered. A three-day hearing was held in Buffalo, beginning on April 12, under the auspices of the City Planning Commission, at the close, of which it seemed that the Sta'te Hospital could not be moved in the ncar future, but that this did not "necessarily foreclose the possibility of the use of a portion of that site for_ the expansion of the Normal School." It was not until March 31, 1927, one year after its initiation that the plan was culmi– nated in the signing of a bill by Governor Smith which provided. 1. That the State of New York cede to the city of Buffalo 85 acres comprising approxi– mately the northern half of the State Hospital grounds, 2. That the State of New York deed over to the city of Buffalo the present Normal School property and grounds. 3. That the city of Buffalo, under the direction of the State Department of Education erect a new Normal School building on the new tract, facing Elmwood Avenue, at a cost not to exceed one and one-half million dollars. This bill, now a law, has been prepared by Corporation Counsel Gregory U. I-larmon, -..vith the authorization of Mayor Frank X. Schwab and the city council. It was introduced in the senate by Senator William J, Hickey and in the Assembly by Assemblyman Henry Hutt and was passed unanimously in both houses. During the past year, the plans for the new lnjilding were started by Sullivan W. Jones and completed by William E. Haugaard and have ~been presented to Edward H. Butler and Dr. Harry VV-. Rockwell for -final examination. ' MARTIN B. FRIED

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Faculty

Faculty

EARL DANIELS, A,B., A.M., Ph,D. ROBERT O. DE MOND, A,B" A.M.

GRACE A. ALLEN, B.S.

... . .. . Assistant-Director of Training K ·indergarten-Primary Department

Professor of English Profess01' of H·istory Instructor in History' Instrttctor i,1t Science Instructor i'a Engl'ish

Professor of Elementary Education

GERTRUDE M. BACON, B.S" A ,M,

HELEN G. ENGLEBRECK J

A.B.J A.wI. (Leave of Absence)

. Professor of Fine Arts Director and Professor of Horne Economics

CHARLES- B. BRADLEY, B.S. MYRTLE V. CAUDEiLL, B .S., A,M,

ANNA M. GEMMILL, B.S" A ,M .

ANDREW \\T. GRABAU , B.S. ISABEL R. HOUCK, A ,B. CHARLES A. MESSNER, A.B" A,M .. Ph,D. E[LEEN MULHOLLAND, Ph,B,., A . M, JENNrE ROBSON, P,I.B. RUTH E, SPECR

STEPHEN C. CLEMENT.

,. .. Professor af Edu.cation and Dl:rector of Extellsim£ Education

Registrar Professor of Latin Assistant Professor of English Inst.ructor in lVlath.ematics Assistant Professor of M'u'sic Instructor in- Pi'He Arts . Libra.ria.n

Professor of Health Education

RunI E, HOUSTON, A.B.

IDA L. KEMPKE, Pd,B" A.B., A.M. .

Professor of English Professor of Sociology

GEORGE B. NEUMANN, A.B" A,M" Ph,D.

IRVI NG C. PERKINS) B.S. .

. Director and Professor of Vocdtional Education,

A1I.IELIA B. SPRAGUE GRACE VIELE, B.L..

Professor of Mathematics

JOSEPH F. PHILLIPPI, A,B., A.M,

'CUARLES C. ROOT, Pd,B., Pd.M., A.B., A,M,

Professor of Edlteation and Di"eetor of Programs HARRY J. STEEL, B,S .. A.M. . Director of Training and Professor of Edltcation

Faculty

Faculty

H. ARNOLD BENNETT. A .B ., A .M. JOHN P. BETHEL, A .B., A.M., Ph.D. HOMER A. BRUCE, B.S., A.M. MINA S. GOOSEN, B .O.E. .MARGUEIUTE HANSON, B. S., A.:tvl. FAYE KEEVER, B .S. NANCYE LANSDALE EDWARD L. IvloRRfCE MAY C. NYE, A .B.. A .M. MARTHA M . REYNOLlJS, A.B ., A .M .. Ph .D. GERTRUDL~ E. R OACH, H .. N . HELEN C. S:MfTH, B.S. (Leave of Absence)

Instructor ht History Instructor in English 1 nstructor in Ed'l'.~af'ion Instructor in l:inglish and Dramatics

Instructor in Woodworking Instructor in Penmallship

CLINTON B. BURKE

LUELLA CHAPMAN .

Ruum B. DONALDSON, B.S. W,LBUR C. GORHAM, A.B., A.M. GEORGE E. HUCKI NS EDNA W. HURD Instructor in Foods Professor of Science Instntctor in Printing Instructor in, 1111.£S;C GEORGE wI. QUACKENllUSH, B.S. Assistant Professor of Vocational Orgatli:;at1011

Instructor in Design Instructor £u Clothing Carment Shoppc 1l1anager Insir''Uctor in AI echanics

/ nstyuctor in Ii ealth Education Assistant Professor .in Teacher Training

vVINIFRED SALOM MILDI

IJ/structor in Foods and Textiles Assistant Proicssor of Psychology Instructor in Health Education Practice 1-Iouse

Instructor in Geogyaph.v Instructor in Electricity

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Faculty

CATH ,·:RI NE D. CRAS';, B.S. (Substitute)

Ins/ruc/or;" History

MARY H. COOK, B.S.

P'ractice House M O1~ag er and Instruetor -itt H o11'te Administration

MARION P. DANA, B.S. _ RENILDA K. GLUNZ, (Substitute) Gl~ORt;E W. MORRIS, A.B., AJvI. HELEN· NORTHUP, A.B. . FLOI{i~ NCE 1. SCOULAR, B.S. ALMA ~L SHUGRUE, A.B. wI. VVEETER, A. B. MARION A. CLARK, A. B. N E.LLIE M. LOUISE McMAHON . ,

J1Istrue/or in f(indergartea-Prima ·ry Metho¢

Ins/ractor i1l Hea./th Education

Instructor -in M·usie Instructor -in Scic1t(:e . Assistant Libra·rian Iustructor'in Science

. rnstr'UctoY in Kind.ergarten-Primary Methods

Instructor in Teacher Train·iHg

FiltOne;al Secretory . Slc-nog-rapher . Stenographer Cafeteria Monager

Critics

KATHERYN GRAHAM

MILDRED KRIER

MADI' L B. GIl_fiERT • FRANKLI N H. SMITH

Superintenden.t of Grounds and Buildings

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Faculty of Practice Schools

School of Practice

Junior High School Critic in Mathematics Juuior lligh School Critic iJt History o1ld Geog·raphy hmior High School Critic in Eng/£sh and Lot-in

MINNIE GROVES EDITH A. HENNING

ELIZABETH B.SMALL

EL~:A NOR M. GOVER

Sixth Grcrde Critic ' Fifth Gmde Critic Fourth Grade Critic and Assistmtt Principal Third Grade Critic

STELLA O'REILLY. CA~RIE M. BENSON, B.S. ELLA M. SMITH • THERESA A. ROEHSLER MARTHA G. METZ HELEN P. ARMSTRONG LYDIE A. enAMOT

Seco,ld' Grade Critic First Grade Critic Kindergortw Critic Instructor in Fren ch

School No. 38

M. JOSEPHINE DURNEY LINA L. GWLOW . EDNA R. GARDNER CUARLOTn: M. MOORR LENA S. DENECKE MARGUERITE M. DE LANY MARY E. HOFMANN H. GENEVIEV..: Dvt: MARION R. WAKEMAN GRACE E. -BALLARD MARY]. Dot: AGNES ACNITCH EtMA R. S~.lITH MARY L. DARKER THIll.MA M . REP£' FRANCES M. RUDELL ALICE McKAY, B.S. INEZ STEDBINS ELLEN C. MOCKLER Enn:L H. HERLAN CLARA A. KREl:-lIIEDER

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February 16 .......... Phi U T ea. February 21 February 21 .. .. ...... Sophomore Tea. ....... . D r. Yutaka Mi nakuchi of J apa n spoke on T he Policy of the Uni ted States toward J a pan. · . P resident I. C. Lord of Charleston , Illinois State Teachcr s College spoke Oll The l'lace of t he Various Subjects in the Curricu lum. · . Dr. William Whiting lectured on T he Pan-American Conference at Havana. MARCH . ...... Theta Sigma Upsilon Tea. . ... Clayton Hamilton, dramatic critic, gave a talk on Tbe Life and \iVork of Sardou. . .. .Dr. Pratt lectured on The l)sychologicai Aspect of Children in the Classroom. . ....... .. Non-Resident Association gave a .S1. Patrick's party. . ... . ...... Dramatic Club presented two onc-act plays-The King and the Slattern, and The Va liant. . . .. Delta Sigma Epsilon Su pper. . .. .... . Hamilton Holt of Rollins College, Florida, talked on An Educa– tional Experiment at Rollins College. ..... . . ..... Mrs. Rowe spoke on P arent T eachers' Association. Dr. Hollingsworth made an appeal for Charity Drive. ... .. .... .. Thi,d Year Class dancc. MAY ..... .Alpha Sigma Tau Rose Sa le. ...... Y. W. C. A. Skating Party. · .... Phi Delta Beta Dance. ............. Dr. Charles Fish of the New York Museum of Natural Science " addressed the student body. . ..... John Cowper P owys spoke on "Living English and American Novelists." · .... Spring Concert given by Glce Club. .. ... .... ..... Annual debate of Debating Club. ..... . .. . ..... Mr. Phidelah Rice read The Younger Gcneration , a modern play. . ............. Current Events Club Basket picnic and broadcasting program from station WGR. . .. •. ........ Y. W. C. A. tea for membe rs a nd their mothers. · .... Phi Delta Beta Skating party. Ye Maye Hoppe, sponsored by Pi Kappa Sigma. . ......... Musical Clubs Dance. 22 22-23 24 ... , ..... P lay La Surprised' I sidore presented by French Club. ......... Spring play. "A Kiss for Cinderella", given by Dramatic Club. . ... Y. Vv. C. A. Silver Bay Tea. 25 · . Pan-Hellenic Sing. 1 2 4 4 8 10 11 14 15 16 18 21 Ma rch 16 March 19 .... . . . ..... Professor Jerome Davis spoke on Russia. .. Undergraduate dinner at the Buffalo Consistory. March 27 Assembly program sponsored by Musical Clubs. Ma rch 29 . ... ... ..... Phi U Tea. Marc h 30 .... """ Home Economics Juniors' Skating Party. APRIL April 4-16 ..... . .. Easter Recess. April 20 April 24 April 25 . . .. ... .. ..... Home Economics day and assembly. April 26 May May May May May May May May May May May May May May May May 1 .. Kindergarten-Primary Day and assembly. 1-2 ..... .. .... . y. W. C. A. House Party at Camp Forty Acres. 4 .. .... ........ 0 ~ U Banquet. 9 .. • •.. ... Riding Club trip to Orchard Park. 11-1 5 ... Examinations. 15 .. President and Mrs. Rockwell's receotion to the Board of Directors, the Faculty, and the Graduating Class. .... Baccalaureate sermo n by Reverend Cameron Davis. 18 .............. Class Night. J9 ........... Commencement exercises, 10:30 A. M .• at Elmwood Music Hall, address bv John Sullivan, Assistant Superintendent of Education in Nc·\.\' York State. P age 21 17 February 23 February 27 March March March 7 March 13 2 7 March 15 Mav 28 May 31 Tom Skeyhill lect ured on Mussolini. .. Moving--Up Day. . .. .Theta Sigma Upsilon Skating party. June .Tune June June June June .Tune June June JUNE

Calendar for 1927-1928 SEPTEMBER

September 12 . . . September 13-30

· .Registration. . Assembly, Demonstration of Pr imary music with lise of Ortho-

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3 ... .... Sophomore-Freshman Home Economics Party and Supper. 7 ..... Panhellenic Tea. 12 .... Columbus Day. 13 .... Faculty-Freshman Reception. 18 ....... . ... Dr. Sigmund Spaeth lectured on Permanent Patterns of Music. Glce Club Supper. Phi U Supper.

October October October October October

October 19-21 ... Freshman Days. October 20 ........... Campus Frolic. October 21

.. ... Junior Vaudevill'ians Assembly, conducted by .third year class. Sigma S:gma Sigma Dance.

Octoher 24 October 26 October 27 October 29 November November November November November November Novcmbcr November Novembe r November November November November November

... . . Honie Economics Tea at Practicc House. . . . . . . . . . Pan hellenic Tea. .... Phi U Tea. · .......Alpha Sigma Alpha Card Party at Consistory. NOVEMBER

2 ......... Men's Smoker. J .' .. . ,., Delta S igma Epsilon Dance. 4-5 ... . Slate Teachers' ConventIon. 7 ... P i·Kappa Sigma Skating Party. 8

.. Mr. Root and Dr. Neumnnl1 told of the international educational convention at Toronto. ...... Mr. De Mond spoke on Armistice Day in France 1918. ...... Panhellenic Bridge at Consistory. 18 . ........ Mr. "V. \.y. Ellsworth lectured on The Joy of Writing. 18 .. ...... .Delta Sigma Epsilon Dance. 19 ... Sigma Sigma Sigma. Bridge. 22 .. Sigma Sigma Sigma Tea for Faculty. 24-27 ... ... Thanksg iving· Recess. 29 . ........ Dr. Reed, Professor at Univers ity of Sel'via, lectured on the Turks. 12 .... Delta Sigma Epsilon Card Party, Town Club. ... . Phi Delta Beta Card Party, Cha pter H ouse. · ...... Alpha Sigma Alpha Dance. ... T he Shepherd's Pipe-Christmas play by Dramatic Club. · .. College Chrisqnas Party in gym. ......Singing of Waits in Coll ege halls. · .. Evening ca roling by the Glee Club. .... Christmas vacation begall. JANUARY · College reopened. .... Dr. Vincenzo N itti lec lured on Political and Industrial Situation 'n Ita ly. ...... Psi Phi Dancc. · . Examinations bega n. · .Second semester registration. FEBRUARY · Pi Kappa Sigma Dance. . • ..... Professor Lappin of D'Youvillc College spoke on Modern American Poets. · . ..... Pallhellenic Tea. .. Senior Prom at Twentieth Century Club. · . Tack a nd the Rea nS'talk given by the Tatterman Marionettes. ..... Dr. James Murphy gave an address 011 The Versailles Treaty as a Cause of European Distress. 11 ......... American Educational Week Assembly. t 1 DECEMBER . .. .....Art Kraft Klub Japanese Sale. · . Special return of J unior Vaudevillians. · .. Kappa Kappa Kappa Dance.

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Class Song

Oh, we're the class of '28 And ' we go over big, \Vith profs in Health and Chemistry But we don't care a fig.

Our life has been a melody That's sweetly sung ill tUllc, A melody from A to E That's ending all too 50011.

The very thought of leaving you Just fills us full of pain, . But don't you worry, Mater, dear, For we'll he back again. Not as students, Oh, my, nol For we're too smart for fba tt But as members of the faculty And grow both sleek and fat. Or maybe, since we arc so smart And filled with common sense, \:Vc'tl all take jobs as janitors Or college presidents.

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C. fl.L\RJORlE DULY

Senior H-E-Class History The Voyage of the "Hom-E-Con"

Candidates for the Degree of Bachelor of Science

The good ship "Hom-E-Con" left HOllle Harbor on the 10th of September in the year 1924 fo r its four-year voyage on the Collegiate Sea. The day was perfect and fond fr iend s and re latives crowded the wharf to bid us "BOll voyage," The passenger list showed the names of fifty-seven of the greeLlest fo'rcshmen that l!Ver fared forth. Although the skies were bright and o ur hopes high when we started, it was l10t long before we found ourselves Oil the high seas and, indeed, "ill rougb water." Seasickness took ten of OUf num ber that first year. Gradually, however, ,ve outgrew this malady and thi ngs became more interest– ing- we wcre rea lly getting acquaiuted. Our social life Oil hoard consisted of a ro und of teas, until we a ll agreed t ha t we wcre a lmost "tea 'd" to dea th. Thc secoud lap of our journ ey did not I)J'OYC to be stlch a n " uphea\'al" a s the first- we were becom ing organized and accuSlomed to Ollr new life. Dinner::; and formal affairs rep laced t hose ever-to-he– remembered teas, while costume pa rties were 1I0t infrequent. O ne day, we received word over the w:rcless tha t scvera l of OUf sister sh ips ,vere to dock at t he same POrl on "March-. Pla ns wcrt! in order fo r a great celebrat ion- the passcllgers of each ship were to arrange a stUllt aud a prize ,va s offered for the best one. '''Ie il1lmediately de termined that the "HoJ11-E -ColI" should carry away the prize. And it did! This good fortune raised our spi ri ts high and it was with great expectation that we started the third part of Ollr voyage . During that year, thoug h shipwreck was ever immincnt. carthquakes and terrific storms overtook liS. Evcryollc had to "heave to" and work hard to ".keep our ship from going on the rocks, QUI' list bad dwindled to thirty-four by that lillie and we concluded · that, if w·c weathered that ycar, we could stand anything. The ou ly hright spot 011 the horizon of that third .'leal· was a clever Fashion Show. It was with COllsiderable apprehension that we faced the fOLlrlh and last lap. 'Varnings had been receivet! that the roughest stretch of the whole voyage was just ahead-the Pract ice House and T eaching Shoals. As we neared the Shoals excitement rcig-ned !;UprClll C, Vle all crowded to the ra ils, trying hard to look ;1I1ead, but a heavy fog of hreathless uncertainty hung over us, At last. word was passed around tha t the dreaded moment had come. \.ve plunged a head. half-fearful. yet each ,,,ith a secret hope that (lur ship would go lh rough in safety. T he ordeal. lO -say the least. was nerve wreckil1g. and before it was over nearly everyone was ready to give up. But now that it is over. 111~ny enjoya ble inciden ts sta lld out-our Scnior Dinner. t he Alumllae BallfJuet and Movi ng – up Day, whc n we aga in joined our sister ships for anot her rousing celebration. This last night out. whell we gather in the salon to talk over our experiences, it is rathcr a quiet and thoughtful g roup. Our four years' voyagc will end 011 the morrow. As we retire we a rc all dl..:tcrl11ined to be tip bright alld early to get the fir st glimpse of our harbor- that harhor i!; "T .ife". \~l e arc wa·iting. hopeful and expectant, \vo lHlering wha t new ex periences we shalJ find. VVe shall no longer journey together. but ever, in 0111" heal'l S, there williingcr fond memorie5 of the great voyage of our good ship, "Holl1 -E-Con ".

In Home Economics

JOSEPH INE CHOATE LETHA COOPER · ELIZABETH V. CURRAN JUANITA DINGLF.R:

\VINIFREIJ MAHONEY NEVA MERRILL CATHERINE O'BRIEN ELEANOR RADDER

Jovn: Dunu.;v ANNA DUFFY ESTELLE EMERSON MARION EWING EUNICE FRISBEE

VIOLET SCH:\UDLIN V~:RA GOTTSCHALK EV~:LVN SLOCUM I DA SMOLEV MARTHA STEINHAUS~:R MYRA SUMNER Ml\R'fHA SWANSON :MARGARET VAN VOLKENBURG PEARL VONGOTEN

EVELYN GAST SARAH HAM

GERAI.DlNE HEERD'f E LEANOR HOLM WOOD VIOLA HOVEY MILDRED KELLER JOSEPHINE LAURIE CAROLINE LUM

LUCILLE \VEICK JANET \VILCOX OLIVE WILLIAMS MARION ZIMMERLY

In Education

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HARRY ABATE HOWARD ALU:N JULIE llINDEMAN ESTHER BOYD WALTER BUTZER

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History of the Fourth Year Class Extracts from a Senior's Note Book

History of the Third Year General Normal History may re peat itself but as we Third Year Graduates survey our glo rious past, we cannot help fceling that our experience has indeed been unique and worthy of COlltetl1~ plation, The grcat change that has come in to oUt" lives during the last three years might he called The Disin tergration of Persona lity, (which perhaps might satisfy a certain assembly speaker a nd ease his conscience). From the time of our introduction to the Faculty at that awesome event, the Freshman receptioll, un.til this our graduation year, we have proved that despite all odds ......e would gradua te in due seasoll. (Some perhaps are not yet du e, but time will tell). 'We "have sllrely surprised ourselves and should be congra tulated on the amount of disintegrat ing we have been a ble to accomplish. After leaving the T eu Comma ndments of Personal ity with lHiss Robson, we proceeded fearlessly to s urrender all our powers of speed a nd accuracy to Mr. P hill ippi, battling with ' Courtis T ests a s 1I1ldauIltingly a s we skipped the light fantastic for M iss .H ouston. Revelling in the throes of passion for Miss Keeler ,",ras no more joy tha n s inging through our noses for 'Mis Hurd. So we gradually disintegra ted into Sophs. To welcome new facul ty members gave us our next thrill and "ve were mo re than joy~ ous over the prospects of new acquain tances. But as we glanced around we found that even our sections had dis integrated and that many of our frie nds v,'ere playing in t he ki nder– garten while many others were holding forth the th eories of A lge bra to a rest less "Practice" class. 1n the new office our Dean came to know our favori te late hours and the amount of sugar we liked in alit" tea. \,ye disintegrated beautifully, we are to ld, from making. stocking do ll s to the prin ting of a school handbill, from making samltables to acquiring the "profes~ sional attitude", always d'isintegratillg our troubles by om Dean's hel pful ad vice. And so life went all. To be "seniors" or "Third Ycar Graduates" was a hard ma tter to decide. The title, "seniors is, however, so common. that we chose the latte!". Putting fo rth renewed. efforts wc sllcceeded ill changing the namc of our ins t itu tion, thus becoming mo re collegia te. To ac~ complish a perfect disin·tegration, we had to leave a ll our "special in terests'· wi th Mr. Bruce, our techn ique with Miss Bacon a nd our tcaching skills wi t h Mr. Steel. In the meant ime :Miss Allen collected our favorite stories. Miss Viele had long ago indexed ollr favorite l.dibies (for late hooks, a nd there was little left of our own selves to recognize). The crush~ ing blow descended whell Mr. Clement demanded our life histories, the ouly personal thing left to cal! our very own: but we surrc ndered again for the glory of Alma :Mater and placed them lovingly in his file. Ye t-we have enjoyed our work, our fricndships, and our teac he rs : and may Vie prove to them that wbat the,y took from LIS wa s little in comparison to that which they gave. Aftcr all "Education is Life" .

September 11, 1924 My fi rs t day at Normal. The upper c1assmen look so smart they scare me to death. Maybe 1 should have gOlle to buslI1ess school or something >10*>1«<>1<>1<****** vVas going to keep a dail y diary hut am workl1lg so hard I'll have to wll te whe n 1 can. Anyway we had our election today and Bob Black is president "'*********** Forgot to Pll t in the faculty reception. Gosh, I almos t died with al1 those teachers looking at me ~'********H~' ';Vent La g irl's basketball tournament this afternoon. Hurrah! we beat the seniors. April 28 "Veil, 'we're go ing to hI:: a college now. Don't knm..· what it' s' all about. bl1t "' sure did make a lot of racket. Maybe l'll s tay fou r years jf I don't get thrown out first. June 17 I haven't done so well wit h this, bu t I'll end it up in grea t style a nyway. This is too good to kee p- honest I passed everYlhing. I can't figure out how it happcned. September, '25 H ad to choose m y department and specialize this year. You should see thc suh~ jeets I'm ta king ! "'**:::o~:"''''''u** Taug ht my fi rst class. I t was decidedl.y. not .so hot •*....**** Ka ppv Crol1 is president .**>}*>!I"'**~:** Have a peach of a CTltlC th IS term ***~: *","'***** Had a par ty ill the ca fete ria for our new facull y adviser. Every body out! June ....... ***u Too busy to wr ite anymore. September, '26 Ah! I'm a senior. \Vas anxious to see the new tcacher!;. ****"';'****** Don 't mi nd practice teaching. so that's on' my chest. H ope I have some of them lor cla sses 1'lr. Steel thinks I'm pretty A'ood (?) \Vent to P rom tonight. T oo sleepy to write. Huge succcss even if we do say it ourselves. May Going to start studying now. [ uudersta nd why uppercla ssmen look so solemn. No war ni ngs, but just for luck ",,,,**+01<****"'* June 23 \ Vel l. 1 go t Oll t. 1 was too diny during the process to kll ow what happened. I'm a school~teacher now-look me over and don't laugh. September, '27 I'm hack again. FOLlnd out 1 don't know everything. It's great to pick your own subjec ts. Fi£teell hours seems like nothing at all *~'*H* \\ras mistaken about that nothing at all ~::::::":'******>I' ,~ \i\Te nt to baskethall game , ,'ve ·won as l1suaLHarry Aba le sure is good! ,~,:,~":,*~,~,~,,,,*** Have a homemaking pres ident, Gerry I-Ieerdt. DOll't know her very well, hut want to. February June [ now a ttend Stale Teac hcrs College. engraycd diploma! \rVhoopec! Vlon't tha t look rit7.)" all an

March

W.P.A.

Dr. Neumann had a party for us at Reickert's. Best section party this year.

May 28

Moving~t1p Day. This was am

B:g doings and field day at Crys tal Beach. affair and it wen t ovcr big. Those track events!?

June

Can't write anothe r wo rd ***"'~'*****.* It won't

Term papcrs are ki lling me. be long 1I0W. It·s sink or swim !

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History of the Scholarship Class Last September, we, the scholar !ihip class of 1927-28.. girded 011 our a rmor and e ntered the portals of the State Teachers College with the worthy ambi tion of overcoming" the dragon, Tgnorance. After having stlccessfully passed the preliminary trade tests without ruining :Mr. Perkins's car a nd the machine and the prin t shops, we concentrated QUI' atten– tion on the serious problem of the organi 7.atioll of courses lIudel' t he gu idance of 1-1r. Quackenbush, Ollr faculty advisor. Then we "verc initiated into the mysteries of instincts and L Q 's by :.\.[1'. Grabau: from .Mr. Perkins we learned that <;education is life", and ~lr. ?\,lorr ice sad ly s hook his hCers to cheer our baskethall heroes to S11CCCSS. \Ve have also pledged ourselves to leave a scholarshi p to the college fund , the money for which was ra ised through the sale of college pennants. L est you forget, we should like to write our names so tha t a ll ma y read of our five sla lwart automobile mechanics, Stanley Carter of Syracuse, Louis L avonier of Oswego. Enrl Parker a nd Alvin Line~ o f Buffalo, and the famous teno r, Ha rold Thomas of Saranac; three handsome cabinet makers, Phillip CaAish, Ralph Lord, and- Cecil \\Tilson of Buffalo; one lone carpenter, R ichard Maul of Buffalo ; two hard-working N . Y. C. designers, Char– lotte Ste inme tz aud M il dred J o hl1 son: the draf tsman from Youke rs, "Villiam Sisler; our representative to the ccntra l cOlln cil: fOlll" vibrating e lectricians. DOllald Call11011, Al Dei– bold. and George J anscn of Buffalo, and H a rold Owcns of Bingbamton: four clevet· ma – chi nists, two of whom. Edward PfaiYenhach and Paul T homae. take great pleasurc in root– ing for the General E lect ric at Sc henectad y. and tWO of whom do no t. La wre1lce Graser of Dunkirk and Lynd :Marlette of Syrac use: one you ng plumber from SOllth Gle ns Falls. E dwa rd V"hite ; a power mach ine operator from N. Y. c., Paula Eisenma n: a ladies' gar– ment designer also from N. Y. c., Benjamin Mermelstein; two printers. aile of whom ;s our handsome collegiate section captain, J oseph Howlill of Utica. and the o ther, Harry Muntz of Poughkeepsie: one energetic sheet-metal worke r. Elmer Trew of Rocllcster; our sm iling shoemake r, George Se il s of Rochester: and last, but not least, our blonde welder, \Valter Dick of Dansville. Now we are at thc en d of o ur stay at dear old S. T. c.. Our yea r has heen it merry one and we leave our Alma ~'fa tcr rel uctan tly, anx ious though we are to emhark all our career s as tt!ac hcrs.

"For the things tha t thou hast given. For thy Spirit. staun ch and true, Our thanks to tile!!. DcaI' Mother, Sha ll ring our whole lives through ."

Mild red Evelyn Johnson.

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ABATE, IIAUI~Y~"HafTY" ...... ~iagara Falls. )/, Y. Grammar 1I0nor Roll Jail. '28 ~iagara Falls Hig h School P "csi(\cnt of. Athletic Association Kappa Kappa Kap-pa PI'OIll Committee '28 Hasketball Tcam 27, '28 Ambition- T o gra(iuate. "He is a mall, take him ail ill ail, I shall /wt look llPOl1 his like a.qail/." ALLE~. HOWARD.,...... . . . ... Yorkshire, 1\', Y. Grammar Arcade [Ugh Schoul i\[cn's Club Ambilion-"Qui U01lO ?" "He wl,o dCJircs naught witt ever be fl'ec. " /lTN IH:i\[A.\l. JULIE- "]udy" .... . 8uIT(110, :.1, Y. Grammar HOllOI' Rull Jan. '27, /UllC '27 L:lfayette High Schoo B!lsketbal! '25, '27 Y. W. C. A. Nil LallliJ{\a Sigma, Treas\1rer '28 Chail'lllan of Class Day Committee '27 Section CaPlaiu '27, '28 Literary &lilol" of Elms '27 Chdstmas Play '27 Swimming Debat ing Cilib '25 Aillbitioll--To teach Latin ill the salllt: s)lirit that it has heen taught to me. "Soft peace slle briflgs, ffJllcre':Jct' she arrives. Shp builds 01/1' quiet as slu! forms Ollf' lil1#S." llOYD, ESTHER J.- " Hobby" .... ~rC(lilln. ~. Y. :.'Ifedill;j High School Non. Resident Association '28 Honorary Cabinet "'!ember '28 Chairman of Organization Committee '27 Art Kraft Klub y, W. C. A. Prom Committee '27 SHlIlt Night Committee '27 Tudgc Committee for Stunt Night '28 )-[olliug Up Dar Committee '27, 'Z8- Cllairmau '21 Summer Schoo Dance Committee '27 Ambition-To be at least thn~t: people so- thnt will he able to du all the things that I wnnt to do I "Sure, it tsn,'t 'what she's sayill', BlIt If ccdilin way of Iren Tlmt's a reaclZ!~11' to my hear.,trings A n' it dl"lHUS me close, an' .,tir.. Niddcn cords." nUTZEH, WALTER-"Wall" ... Colli1IS Center, N. Y. Grammar Collins Centel' High School ~fell's CIl1 b Dramatic Cluh DehatlUK ChIli "\mhitioll- To be mayol' of Collins Center " jl-{an. delight., I/ot me; 110, IIOY WOIIIDII either." CAL LAHA:\f. ETHEL E. ........... ... Buffalo, ~l . Y. Granllllar The :\fanlin AcadcnlV Amhition-·To he antl 1I0t to !;cem. "E.I·pcrieilce mokes lIS wise." CHAVEL, WA HLTER F.-" Buttercllp" .BllffHIr). ~. Y. Imillstrial Dramatic Clnb Sprillil Play 'Z6 Amhition- To tnke life easy. "There is 110 filler chaf'i(v than fcllowship witl! thou who aPNoai'h /.lie end of thci1' da.\'$." CH O,\TE. JOSEPHINE E.- "Joe" ,., . Buffalo. N. y, Home EconOlllic~ HOlio1' Roll '27, '28 L lfnyette High SellOul l\"ortnwcslenl University '25 Ah>ha Sigma Tau, COl"l"csponding Senet,lr), '26 President '27 Phi Upsilon Omicron, T.ihra1"i'l1l '27 The Reco rd. Associate Editor '26. L iterary Edito)" '27, l":ditol··in ·Chief '28 Cellt.-al Council '27 Senior Song Committee '27 Swimming '26 H ome Economics Cluh P:tnlidlenie A!;sociatiOIl. Representative '26, Recordiny Secretary '27 Christmas P lay Co~t\lllle Committee ' Z8 Amhition- To edit Nohod y's COIU11111 in the Buffalo :--OlorninJr ~ews. " 1Vlwt sweet dcliglit m qniet life affoyd.t." Grammar Technical High School Kappa Kappa Kappa Treasurer of Fourth Year Class Treasu rer of Athletic Association '27 E lms Staff '27. '28 Jren'~ Glee Cluh rndustrial Society, Treasurer '26, '27

CO BD, HELEN ERDI ~E-"'Dcall~VI;ii~' i;I;;I;;: N' :):.'. Granllllilr Hoger Aschillll High School AlIlhitiol1- Doll't ask Ille. . " "Jj is a. friefldly heart that has pleuty of frwfld.$. COFRA:'-i, WALDEN S;\UTI-I-"Wallie" .. Byron, N. Y. Crammar Honor Roll Jall. '28 South Byroll High School P~i Phi Treasurer '2S, President '26 ~ I ell's Glcc Cluh :--oren's Cll1b Debating Clllb Stud cnt Council, Vice Chairman Basketball Heserves '27, '28 . Chllinn3.11 of \Vays and ~-[eans COIlHll1ttee I\mhitiOll- Tu be able to "choose to 1'1111". "Tfre difficult)' iI, fife is tlz~ choice." COOPEn , LETHA 11~Il1'e' ·J.':~~I~~;;i~~···· Rushford, ~. Y. Iionor Roll Jan. '27, J unc '27 Rushionl High School Home Economics Cluh '2'1, '28 Alvha Sigma Alpha, Vice Presi(:en t '28 Phi I1t.]Oilol1 OllllcrOIl. L ihr:ui,w '2ft ~on· l~esidt:nl Associatioll, Presidellt '28 TreaS\lrer of Class '26 .'\mhitiIJII- To cook good SUJlpers for 111)' sorority. "Tl!eul ore pct"SQJI$ ~uho al'e lIot aclot·s, 110' speIJkel"J.- bllt ill/fnellcers." CC IH.EY, IRE N E S.-"Rclle" .... BiIlRhamtOll, N. Y. Crammar St. Patrick's Academy Dnsket hall '2S Y. \Y. C. A. '25, '26 Dehaling Club, '27. Pl'esitlent '28 eif[ COI1HlIittee 'Z8 Amhitiou-To he speaker -of the House. "He who ~uo !~ld bn'flU home the wealth (It the [lIiIies, mll.lt ru!"ry thc wculth of the Iudies With him, so it is 1/1. trave/!iug-a. lIIal! 1/ItiSt can'Y kno1uledge with him if 111.1 'W0111d bring home kllll'l/.,'Iedoc." CU I{]~ ,\.'i, I':I', IZABETH V.-"SHz" .. "It. ~\I on'i ~, N . Y. Homc ECOllomic~ :\h. !\fo....is Hi,gh School HOl11e EculIomlcs Cluh Alpha Sigma Alpha Vice Presidcnt of Class '2-1 Tn::asurcr Class '28 Amhitioll·-'l"n help Letha. "The spit'it of good cheer-that is the sftriug ill I"" llilfs W/ZCllce /(mgfltcr 'Yl11l.,." · I)I:":G I.I-: I{, J UA)JI TA L.-'·\V;lIIl1ie" .. lInll1l10. K. Y. Home Economics. Honor Roll. '25. '26, ")7. '28 ~rastell Park Hig h Sctool Phi Upsilon OmiCI"OII. CorrespOllrlillR" Secretar), '28 Sigma Sigma Sigma. P"esidellt '27, Vice PreSident '28 H Ollie Economics Club '2j, '28 Y. W . C. A. '28 All1hition- "\Vhat's vOllr idea in brillgill' that Ill)?" "A clzl1rmillU Y011110' lady of diUfzit,\'." J)L'DLEY JUYCE "L- " [oy" ...... lI uffalo. ~. Y. , H ome 'Economics H onor Roll 'Z5, '26 I.afayette .High School Irome Economics Cluh '24, '28 Dramatic Clllb '26. '27 .\·rowillg VII nay Committee Ambition- To sec the world ;~t huxe- l<1ter at ~lIl

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I)CJ\'KI.Ji\', ALT0 1\"-"AI" ....

. Lovelaull, l'\. Y .

Gramma r

HA~I SARAlJ .... .... ..

. ... Ol:chal'd Park, N, Y.

Orchard Park High Sehoul /JebalillJl Cluh '26, '28, Secrctary '27 Schoo l Pla,- '26 KalJ\la Kappa Kappa ~lel\ s CIl1b Cap alld GOWl! Committee Allibition-To be IInderstood. "flu cogitalive fuctllties itlllllCT.H!d ill cogibll'lldily 0/ cogitutioll." c;\VIN(;, MAIHOX O.-"E. Wing" . . Buffalu, l\". Y. '-lume El:ullomics ~la~S~~~I>all~M;t H iglL School HOllle Economics Club '25 '28 Phi lJpsiion OmiCl'OIl '28 ' Delta Sigll!a Epsi]UII, President '27 '28 Y. \\T. C. A. '26, '27 ' Ambition _ To obtain a "professional atlitl1de"! "The unel of happitle.u jJ to be at clue willi )'OIlT.fdj." FRAL IEC;U, HE1': IUETTA D. ... "' . Buffalo. N. Y. Crammal' All!iJilion-To teach but always to learn morc and so be Hble to leach more. "This 1 :lJould liki! to be-jllst a bit 1I'II"r Le~.s uf tile wislle1' IIlld more of tile doer!" FRISBEE, ~UNICE B........ , ........ Bradford, Pa. Home Economics Honor "Roll Jan. '27, [tllle '27 Jan. '2R Ellin",ton High Schoo ' Y. W. C. A. '25 Art KI'aft Klub '28, Vicc President Phi Upsilon Omicron '28, Prt:~i('ent Elms Staff. Art Editor '28 Anlbitioll- Tu illustrate the Atlantic ilfonthly. "NeTlcr idle 0. momellt; Be thrifty and l/Wifgjzl/nl of others." CAST, EVELYN J. ..... , . ... .. .. .... Dunkirk N. Y. HOllIe Economics ' HonOI' Roll June '27, Jan. '28

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Vocational H ome Makmg

Home Eeollomics Cluh . "- nhilion- To make: the first "panfnl' WIthout hl1n1lll~. ~'Oll it's S(?'I.O alltl it's cook alld it's WiJ..lil flil da ),I" ."

HAYES, )(ARIE C. .......... . .... Dllffalo. !\. Y. Kindcrgarteu Pri mary ' ....IOllnt "'Jerey Academy Y. \V. C. A. Art Kraft Kluh

Nu Lilllllxla Sig-lIla Current Even ts Cluh Sociology Club.

!\mbitioll-To hvc toda.v. ;'All who fo,' lVould ~lJi!l AIlIsf sill/rl!- it--Happil~ess 11'as bOI'1l a twin!"

J-IEI':I{I)T, GI'; I{A LDli\"E :i\L- "G.erry" "Buffalo, K. Y . Homc Econollucs Techllical Hig-h School l1\ack T eam '25 ' x~tK~!~lft t~ub '26, '27

H ome Economics Cillb, TreaS~lI"el' '"27 Home Ji:C(}llomics Clnss P"esldent '27 Flowcl' Girl-Class Day '27 E lms Staff '28 , Fourth Year Class President 28 Social l)rogram Committee .'28. Ambitiou-To be Oil the Wlllllnlg team:

"Choose for ),Ollt" life 1l)ot'k what "01~ lIke lIlost to .d.0;– Thl!!! dlJ it tlJ tilL' ~'er)' best 0/ you!" Bmple abz/lty– Success."

HOL?I[V.rOOD, ELEAXOR~ H.-".El" .. I\-[illgro\'e, N. Y. HOllle EcollomlCs Orcbard Park Jligh School A lpha Sigma Alpha '25, '28 H ome EeoHomics Club '25, .'28 . Amhition- T o be really satIsfied wlth what I do! "S~!Jeets /0 the sweet; fare·well."

Dunkirk High School Y. W. C. A. '24 '25

Debating Society '26, '28, Vicc Presideut Art Krnft Klub '24, '26. Vice President Phi Up~ilon OmicI·oll. '2G, '28. Vice President Social Prog-r;~m Committee '27, '28 H. E. DuHetzlI Board Committee '24 Home Economics Cluh '24, '28, Secretar.r Trcasl11'cr oi Home Economics Clnss '27 Picture Committee

HOVEY, VI OLA .......

. .... Ilntnvia, N. Y.

Home Ec'a'l;ol;,ics'

Datavia 11 igh School Home Economics Club Sociology Club Amllition- \¥hy tell? "A frielld of aU aUll 10 all." HYLAiXT, RUTH ?I[ARY-"J:lu{ty"

Ambition- To flo all thinR"s well. "Variet,),'.f the tlery spice of lifl! That gitllU it all ,'1.1 /favor." GENOR,' 1.ELAN D_"Lee"

.. Butblo, K. Y.

Gramm;!,'

.B\lffalo, N. Y.

Tri K,H)oa I\-Ien's Cluh

I nterme:d tate

Lafayette High S~hool . Ambit ion- To sWIm the Enghsh Channcl. "Fot" .slle UIQ$ J;es' IJII: quiet ~;1!1{ Hf /zose /latm'e s ,rever v ary.

A1l1bition·- To mannge t he \Vhite Sox. "A prj'lce at1/1J1Ig men there 1Uf"lS."

GOTT SCHALK, VERA ).L .... , ....... Buffalo. )"t. Y. H omc Economics Lnfayctte High School HOllle Ecollomics Club '24, '27 Dram

KELLER, "t.II LDRE[) D.- ".\"Iil" . ....... Buffalo. K. Y. J lo nlc Econonllcs

Honor Roll-t wo vears Hutchinson High School Delta Sig-ma Epsilon '24·'28 Histonan SerR"eant-at·Arllls Alllhition- ~o he tactful. . "Tad is jllst the art of makulp" tile mQre i1!lpOriallt Ihan ),otluclf:

KIDDER, AL ICE ).(. .................. Buffalo. K. Y. Fourth Year Amhition·-·To own a five and ten.

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OLIEF, HOS1\'\lO.'lIJ-"Flivie" ........ Hul1alo. ::-;:. Y. Grammar L;liayetlc High School Accompauist fo)' Glee Ch11) '25-'28 Vice President of Third Year Class '27 Ambition-To accmnpally the Silver )Ias~e~l, Tenor. "Such sweet comPlllsion doth ill music hlO. PAHKS, DOROT HY J.-" lJot" ... ..Buffalo, N. Y. Intermediate Lafavette High School ;,; Alpha Sigma Alpha, TrcaSlirer '28 Basketball Captain '27 Y. W. C. A. Cabinet 27 Athletic Assuciation, Vice President '27 Central Council '27 Chairman Ring and Pin Committee '27 Ambition-To refllsc an office. "Nothing great was evel' achieved wit/lOut ellthllsiasm."

LAUI{[E, JOSEI'HI~E .\I.- ·'Jo"

b'rch;";·j· Park, .'J. Y.

Home Eeollolllie~

Orellard l'ark High School Home Economics Cluh Glee Club '23 Y. W. C. A. '23 Ambitio'll-To become a great PrimH Donna. "Never stay fat." L EGGETT, CHRTSTIJ'.-E A.-'·Chris" .. Buffalo, .'J. V. Lafayette High Schoo! Y. W . C. A. Art Kraft KhllJ '28 Ambition-To he a friend to little c1lildren. "Now hell",'ell bless that -sweet lace of thilICI" Fredonia Normal Swimming Ambition- To sing a solo in assembly, "1 alJluot a teache!'; OJII),' a fdlow·/ravel/er of t()/tom .yOn usked tile Zl'a)'. J poil!lI:d aJ1I.'ad-ahcad of my· self as well a.( yon." LV)'!"' CAHOLI:\"E J .-· ·Carol" ......... Barkel', );. Y. Home Economics Harker Uigh School Seminary, Lima, N. Y. Phi UIJsiloil Omicron, Reconlhlg Secretary Alpha Sigma Tau HOllie Economics Club Non-Resident Association, Vict~ I 'resident Y. W. C. A. Ambition-To look for the good in evcrybody. LUCAS, .\{AY-"Lollic" ... .. ,Fredonia. X. Y. .\[AHONEY, WINIFRED-"\Vinnie" ... Buffalo, X . Y. Home Economics South Park High School HOlllt! Economics Club, Vict! Presitlel!t '25 Amhition-To he with Anna n. "BeCflllse .v0ll ha'1'e occasional spells 0/ despolldcJI('. dotl't despair. TJle $jfJl hilS a sillkiJlg $pdl eve. night; but he ·rises aUlli'll all "iU/lt ucxt mOrllilly!' President of Sociology Cluh '28 ~appa Kappa Kappa, Secretary Debating Cluh, Tn;asurer Ambition-\Vho said I had one? "This bold, bad tlW11 I" MERRILL, NEVA ................ Silver Cre~k, N. Y. Home ECOllOlllics Silver Creek 11 igh School Phi Up~ilon Omicron '27·'28 Treasurer '27 Alte1'1late Centml Council '27 H. E. Bul1etin Board Committee '25-'26-'27 Ch;lirmHn '27 Art K l-aft Kluh '26·'27 Debaling Society '26-'27·'28 Vice President '27 Kon-Resident Association, Sccl'dary '27 Associate Editor of Handhook '27 -:'Ilerril ['almer School, Detroit, Jan. to J unc '28 Amhition·-To he Dean of .\-Jerril Palmer School. O'BRIEN , CATHERINE-"Kittv" .... Buffalo, ~. y, HOllle EconOll\ies South Pal'k High School Home Economics Club, President '27 Recanl Staff, News Editor '27 Ambition- To IJe taken seriously! "TJIOSC who brill?) s/lll$l1i1/1} into the N~}e.1 0/ otliers calI/lOt keep it from thrnnsdve.f." ~lC:\[AHON, JOSEPll-"Joc" ..... . Grammar Suuth l'ark High School "/JltelliyefICC and C01/f·tcsy Nat always are cambifICd; Bllt oftefl in (l A golden room ~()e fiud." woodell how>'!.'

... Union Springs, N. Y.

P OWERS, \VAVr,A)JD

Fourth Year

l'~i Phi Frat<:,."ity Aml)itiou- To dodge reportel·s. "Boys, we f!ced 0/1 the brain.! ~lle have ilt 0/11' ~lJork,"

l~AnDER, ELEAKOR A.-··RI"

.... BnffaIO', ::-;:-. Y .

Home Economics

Technical High School Art Kraft Klub '26·'28 Home Economics Class Section Captain '28 Finance Committee '28

Home Economics Club '2.:;·'28 Bulletin Boaed Committee '27 Amhition-To attend Tcacllcrs' College, Col111nhia. "There is 110 <,irtlle so trul)' great ami gadliklO as jus- tice."

. ... Bnffalo, N. Y .

REESE, VIRGl:-'lIA-"GiI111Y"

Intermediate

~\1astell Park Hig'h School Basketball '2.;, '26

Ambiti(tlI~WO\1ldn't you like to lmow? "A tcnder hlO(lf·t; a will in/le.dble."

ROVNER, MAURICE B .- "'.\{orry" . ... Blillalo. ::-;:. Y. Grauunar HOllor Roll Jan. '27 EditOI'-in-Chief '25·'26 i\{anaging Editol' '28 Debating Society, Treasurer '26 Dcle!fate to lnterc61leg-iate \Vodd Court Conference '26 Ambition-To write for the New York Times. "The pell is the tongne of the milld." H utchinson Ccntral High School Recorrl Staff '25, '26, '27, '28

SCInUDLlN, VIOLET ~\.-"Looc" Home Economics South l'al·k Hig-h SchooL H. E. Bullctin Board Committee '27, '28 Ambitiou-"T'd like to know!

. Buffalo, :-.i. Y .

"Love sought £s good, but givcI!: I(!!songht is better."

SLOCU:\[, EVELYN W.·- " I·:ve" . ..... . Buffalo, N. Y. Home Economics Teehuieal High Schuul v. w. C. A. '25 Art Krait Klub '26-'27 Phi U, Editor '27 H. 1-:. Bulletin Board Committee '27 Alpha Sigma Tau, Corresponding Secl·et;try '27·'28 Home Economics Cluh '25-'28

Amhition- To grow up. "J am 111)'Sel/, alolle!"

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WEICK, LUClLLE M.-"Cille" _._ ... Bulralo, N. Y. Home Economics Masten Park High School Home Econumics Club Ambition- To spe

S"l1T[[, SYLVI A- "Sy!" .............. Buffalo, N . Y. intermcdiate Hutchinson Central High School Pi KVllo }W{)WS IIl1thi!lfJ ha..w, Fel.11'S 1lOthil!U /"'1I0WIl." SMOLEY, IRA ..................... . .. Bll ITalo, N. Y. Home Economics HlltchimOll Central . nlg-h School Home Economics Club Ambitioil- To do my \\,01'1(, "1 !mld do 111)' O~~"t ~,'ork alia live my oum life 111 my OWI~ way beeallse I'm respOl!sible fOl" both!" STEINH AUSER, MARTHA-"Mal'ty" "Bl1ffalo, 7\'. y , Home Economics Lafayette High School Alpha Sigma Alpha Home Economics Club Ambition- To do everything I'd like to do! "Per.!iJtelIC)' will ran'y Y011 anywhere. It's a !ovdy · ...irtlle!" su~n-.mR, MYRA H~;l;~ ·E~~;I~;l;i~~·····nl1ffnlo, N. Y. SWA~SO:\', nIARTHA--:-"1-Iaety" .... lluffalo, K. Y. Home Economics Cattal'aug-us High School Home Economics Cluh Delta Sigma Epsilon Chaplain '28 Secretary Home Economics Class, '28 Sociology Club AlIlhition~ To be looked at withont being laughed at. VAl\" VOLKEN"BURG, i\fARGARET L.- "Marg." Buffalo, N. 'y'. Home Economics L afayette High School SiKllla Sigma Sigll\a Treasurer '25·'26 Vice Presillent '26·'27 Home Economics Club '24·'28 Ambition- To Ilh' fl;>piacks in Childs. "She Pllts peop/e, like pietl/res, in the bCJt light!" VTNCENT, GERTRUDE B.- "Trudie" .. 1lI1ffalo, N. Y. Kindugartell Lafayette High School Delt

Alternate to Central Council '27 Amhition- To g'eI enough sleep. "fldc .!'clldormit dll somncil des jllstes.".

VOi'\GO:\l"TEN, PEARL E ............. Colden, N. Y. Home Economics Ol'chan] P ark High School Home Economics CIt!b Ambition-" Othcl's" .

" jl-fy (11:1), creea be. service nttto mllff. ~Iy Oll/." t·ow. to do ~('hat good l call."

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