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LIBRARY UNIVERSITY OF MISSOURI-ROLLA ROLLA, MISSOURI 65401路0249




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The School of Mines and Metallurgy or 1hr

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DOCTOR AUSTIN LEE McRAE Professor of Physics


... CALENDAR ...

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.\nnu.d Conllm.· nccmcnl. Finul Ex<tntinationc::.

June"· Sa t urday, IU a . m. ~1ay :H to June ll, inclusi\'t•

St'plt:mbcr 1-l and IIi, Saturday and ~fonda,.

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Entrance Examination-:.

Fit st T<.>rm Bt·l{in-:. 'l'hank'iga\ in){ I ICJii<la,·.

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:\oH·mhct ~"·Thursday D<.·cemtwr :20. Frictay 1:? m .

Cln istmns Rtccss Hl'gim.

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January :!, Thur,day Februan 22, Salltrcla~ )larch lft, ~Iouda' \lay 2\l lO Jun<. t inclu . . i\'l' June 10. \\'~:dm::-day

. u .·ond T~o: nn Bl'!{ins. llohda \. Third

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Final E\aminations. • \ 111\ll:\ I (.' ()lllllll'llCl'lll {' ll t.


THE BOARD OF CURATORS C<.truth~..·r:.\·ille, ~Io.

Captain C. B. Faris Dr.

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\'undalin, Mo.

C. Parish

Joplinj JJo.

P. It Burton

Sl. Louis, :\lo.

II. Campbell \Yells

Platt City, :\lo.

\\'alter \\'illiams

Columbia, :\lo.

H. II. Bonfoey

l niom illl'. :\Io.

J. \'.

C. J.:"arnes

Rolla, )lo.

Dr. S. L. Baysinger

OFFICERS OF THE BOARD Captain C. B. Faris

Prt:><;iclen t.

J. \'. J. G.

C. !-:.ames

\'ice Pn·<;ident.

Babb

Sl·rrdar\'.

R. B. Price

Tn·al'urer.

EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE OF SCHOOL OF MINES Captam (. R. f-ari-..

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J. l'

Palish.

P. E. Burt<n!.

OFFICERS OF THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE Capl. C. B. Fari:-

Chas. L.

\\'ood~

I I ~tnry Wood

Chairma1?. St•<.: rt' tar r.

Treasun:r.


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LEWIS EMANUEL YOUNG, E. M. Director of the School


Gc-orge

Rc~i 11 ald

Dean, C. E .

Professor of Mathematics.

B. S. 1890, C. E. 1891, School of Mines.

Yictnr II llf.!O C ollsC'ha lk. .J l. ~ . .Professor of Chemistry. B. S. 1898, M. S. 1900, School of Mines.

Eln1o Golighll,r Il al'l'i.". C . E. P rofessor of Civil Engineering. C. E. 1882, University of V1r~inia.

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r Durward CopC>Iand, S. B. Professor of Metallurgy

S. B. 1903, Massachusetts Institute of Technology

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LitC'hman,

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Professor of Mining aod Ore Dressing S. B. 1903, Massachusetts Lnstitute of Technology

LE•on Stac·.r (iriswnld, .\ . B. Assistant Professor or Geology and Mineralo~y A. B. 1889, Harvard

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.Joseph ll enry Rowen, Assistant) Professor of Shop-wor k and Drawing. Graduate Miller School, Va.

Leon Ell is <;a n路elt, ll . S. Assistant Professor of Mathematics.

B.S. 190 1, School of Mines.

Hnlwrl ( 'lai1路

Tholllp'loll.

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Assistanl Professor of Chemistry. 's. S. 1900, We:;tminster Colle~e, Pa.

1\1. S. 190-J, School of Mines.

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Pau l .Julius 'Yilkins. B. S. Instru ctor in Mod ern Languages.

B.S. 1869, Michigan A. & M. College.

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.fohn Bennett Scott, B. S. Instructor in English and Secretary.

B. S. 19177, School of Mines

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I. Th<'odore II. Trams. B.

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I ns1ructor •n Civil Engineering-.

B.S. 1907, Untversity of lllinoit .

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Edwul'd Staples Smilh. )I. E. Instructor in Shop-work and Drawing. M. E. 190!J, Brown University.

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I nst ructor io Chemistry. B.S. 1907, Missou ri School o f Mines.

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Con'.'. E. :\I .

Instructor in M1nHalogy. E. M. 1906, Mich igan College of Mines,


,Jt•ssic·:t II t'llt'l' Librarian

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THE SENIOR CLASS Wouldst Thou Have Fame? -Moral• uf Abou 8rn AJh•m

The class of ·o~ Ia _\"$ claim to being tIll' best bu uch of fellows that l' \ ' l·r cougn·gatl'd atM. S. 1\I. Wt• do not know how it came to pas.:; that so many .go()d fdlow') camt· togclher at one time, hut we do know that no one will ever b~ nbk lo rdute lh1..• above slatcmcnl. II any one of the low~r dassmen should lakl· cxc<.·ption to whal we deem n modest .tsser tion, we lake lhe liberty of referring them to our smallest and best natured member. "Red" Barrett, class president and "bruiser," who will continUl' to nwct nil comers. Then thNe is tbal good f~llow and born "masher.'' John llyer Bowlt•s. w hu success fulJy hat~d l ed lhe bigg<'St society eycnt cvt•r '·pulled oiT" b~ anv class lhc: banquet given by lhe class four years ago at thei,r club rooms. John mad!.' a hit that cn•ning by dispt•nsing wilh lhe formal ··At Home" curd aud summm1iug tbc guests lo the feast, or fray, by simply protrudi11g hi~ head from lht 'WindO\V and yelliJtg al lbe Lop of hls voice. john is really n character bcrcabouls, and is what we call original. Then llwrc is "(~loamy Gus" Bak\'r. Did you cvt:r hear of him? Well, be is a star. He plays lhl piano bt:autifully and ings dh·inely. Gloomy is wo11dcrfully altach<:d to K i nney'~ while bull dog, and spcnd" all his spare time making eyes at the canine. Talk about your fast young men t Thl•rc is neorgt• Hover, whosl' middle initial is II. He ran a milr al Joplin last year iu the mud in one minute aud fortr-one seconds. Mr. Hoyer is sonwwhal bashful in <;ocicly, hulas soon as Ill.' has comp](~ted the corrcspomlt·ucc course in ' ' Parl01 )fanners" he will make hi& formal <jchul. Watch tltc bill-hoards. Roscoe Conkling llam, of illustdous name and nobl<.' anc<:stry. Ht• never did any one any harm and is not naught). ··count" \' an Buren Hinsch was bom in Dublin, G<.•rmany, and being <.-ompelled from early childhood to shift for himself, walk<:d by rail to Bologna, "·here he hired out to a famous geologist who ran a sausag~· foundry at the village cross-roads. Finding hi msclf alone ont· day he exclaimed, "The single life: is not worth li\'ing for a suusagt· grjnder.' ' )lr. Hinsch is now ouc of our marr-ied ntL'U1$ quarlclte. ''Windy " I 1o1m, known tht' world over, has Jri~ naml' on t'' l't:y railroad walt·r Lank iu the counlry,a.nd i-;nu~pt·aking ll'l'ms wilh cnn lady who auswerscaiJ.,atlht bat·kdoor. 1Hhl'r wise h<: ha~ no bad Ita hits. Is chu k conJplcxiotH:cl and in all r0Spt·cls a polished g(:ntlt1nan.

Dihrl'll Pryor H~rws,who pla,·ed half haek on lhl' ~L S. Jl. It-am, is thl· pricl(• of the •' Fifly-st•vcn varit:l ies." Picklrd aud bollll'd. ~1r.

Mr.

I loraee babell JohllbOil of Ole! ~lcxico, 10\·er of chili. nw,.cal nncl f{ussian nwidl'u~. has high aspirations and rl'tin·s early.

John~on

Mr. George Frederick Kellogg of Skidmore, Mo. Mr. Kdlogg ha" money ln lend. u'('S Puzzloni's Face Cream and two hand mirrors as hl· anticipatt·s a \'iSit from hie;, molltt·J. Mr. lloracc !'harp ~lauH lll'lpcd build lh1..· Rock) ~fc)UIIlains and lhaw nut tlw ~l a<t todc)n of Silwria.


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\\"ard Barr ~Iix is also a mt·mber of our m.trril·d nwn·s quartette allCI is a man of much 'it11Sl',

Let· ~ rook says he can rt·memlwr \\lll·n tlwrc wasn't an~ school here , and ''ish<:s tlwrt• wasn 't any ltc:rc now, as the school bt•ll inlt•rf~n·s with his slumbers. H t is as ~ l r. l~nbl'rt

goocl a stucll'llt as hl' used to be and has uc\'t•r gotten out of his working clothes.

Edwin P helps ~I urnt) pine's for the managemen t of an icl' cn.'attl stand. ~Jr. Don ~1. Nl't:r of \\ 'infidd, 1-:.as.. is a last \'<.:ar's acquisition and claim~ that lhn sti ll eat potato tops and all out then·. ~l r. Alfrtd Leo J\yc of :-.Jebraska. \\'c llll·astm.· d hie: llll'tllory with a f{JO-foot tap1: and found ht' didn't haH· an\'. J ohn Christopher Columbus Mabommet Radovich, nf Sncialtstic fame. (Church Socialistic.) He wtll sh..trc his mom.·~ \dth lbL Studutt Boch on \pril :H,th, 1!10\. Runcmbn th"' d.tll.

John Jus<:ph Sandford, of Dans,·ille, i\. \ .. is lwa' \ \\ilh tlw ladit'" ancl dt:~ires ".lllini.\pph at once. \lilt.:s Sl'diY~. Oi lm.·al fam<.: as·· f)(; King ol dt Bohunks, " onh don't call it to hi~ f lCl', he i-. hanch "wil his mitts."

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Francis Janw-.. Simington .\lso a nwmht•r of tht nuu ried

dcpartNI. 111<'ll'<;

Simmy was lht• lmt~ht•st ~ oung man

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Jlowatd ~l'lscm SpofTord. of "dt·ah old Bu. . ton.· SpnO\· knm\s 'dn all tht st rcl'h in Bost mt ar<.• crooktcl and in iact Itt.' cau lalk intl'llig(·ntly ( ?) on all\ subit·cl. I l l· is also on tht· "affinit' ma rkt>l." Edwin Hrynul 'J'hurnhill , who is l:wgh for the ladies, Tuhby .

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e\'t·r bear him laugh?

lhl cla~s. .\. Emon \\ ishon, nf California. Tit(' ITlCl'-1 n·rsatilt 111:111 an, thing fro111 a chiekc11 house loa gold mine. !lis <.•nlhusiasm is at one<.• :1 Ill· is happih married.

ThCS\.' an· llll'l't'l) a fnrhids u-. to spl·a\...

lJ~ can pmntolt.· jo~

and n r.;mro\\.

r,·w of ou r popular Olll'- <ltlcl an· IIOthiu~ to the rt.·~t. of whom

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Cltu rlcs . \rm~irong Baker. Fort Madison, Iowa. R-Way Club. "Gloomy Gus" has the "divine touch" on the piano and a perpetual smile. Never caught eavesdropping.

EclwardlPhillip Bunett. H astings, Nebraska. Track Captain, 1906-1908. Steward Grubstakers 1907- 1908. Varsity Foot-ball 19tl6-1907- 1908. Assistant in Chemistry. Class President 1907- 1908. "The big husky guy that EATS 'EM ALIVE." Believes he can bowl 310 if the pins were set tight. Fluent use of elegant language.

.John Hyer Bowles. Lake Springs, Missouri. Tau Beta Pi. Class Treasurer 1905. Treasurer Athletic Association 1908. "Native Son." Agitator and consumer of homes pun. Dotes on framed s t ructures.

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( ;t'ol'gt• ll <•will Bo,n·r. St. Loui!i, Missouri. Track Team 1906- 1907. Assistant Manager Track Team 1906. Captain Track Team 1907. Rollamo Board 1907. "Step and a half." Got lean dodging marriageable daughters. Believes overfeeding prevents baldness. Noted for his convictions.

Bo~ d! I>ud le :· .

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Gallatin, Missouri. Assistant in Metallurgy. "De Wise Guy." The Pnde of Gallatin. Perseveres in attention to himself. Asks fool questions.

St. Louis, Missouri. "Papa" M S. M. Orchestra Cultivates n resemblance to Prof. Harris, ably assisted by Nature.

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.Jnmes Du11can Fowlrr. Hughesville, Missouri.

Member Sen ior Basket-ball Team. Class Foot"ball. Made good in practice.

( 'harles Lewis .French, St. Louis, Missouri. Grubstaker. Senior Ba sket-ball. Iberia Foot-ball star . Goes to chapel atld ap pl auds prayers.

Ro <'<><' Conkling limn. Kansa s City, Missouri. Grubstaker.

"De Villai n.'' Inventor of the "Ham'' system of crushing with rolls, both roll s taking in the same direction.


Frank \YjJiiam Harper. Dallas, Texas.

Ass is tan t in Chemis try. Grubstaker. Matrimonially inclined. Im agines h.e has epkurean tastes. Uses his chemical knowl.edge to tbis en d. Is a living, r epresentation of the atom.

llermn n Cad 11 asc. Kansas City, Missouri. Track Teams 1904-1905. Happy Du tchman." A future "Heine" Hoffman.

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Ynn Buren lliu:-.c路h, Davenport, Iowa. Phi Delta Theta. Track

~1.a nager

1907.

Rollamo Board 1907. "The handsome Count." Noted for his caution ttlways on the fe nce. Reason: 11 l'm Marritd Now" that's all.


J)i hrcll Pryol'

U .nws.

Fort Smith, Arkansas. Kappa Alpba.

Tau Beta Pi. Editor-In-Chief Rollamo Board 1907.

"Rameses ll." One of the 57 varieties of Dill pickles. Tninka he's bmnorous. Will study on provocation.

florae<.路 .\.salwl Johnson. Brookfield, M issouri. Assistant in Surveying 1907-1908.

Ka,ppa Alpha. Tau Beta Pi. Assistant to Dr. Trams. His sweetheart said he MUST graduate, and he did. Member Orchestra.

( ;<-'Ol'gt" Fred rick Kellogg. Sk idmore, Missouri.

Kappa Sigma. Class Treasurer 1907. "Skidmore." His hobby: Afternoon naps and all night

t.ete-a-tetes. Dislikes shop on sunny afternoons.


I1 o mce Tharp

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Canyon City, Colorado.

Pi Kappa Alpha. Tau Beta Pi. "The Chemist." 11 R ello, Bill." Coefficient of absorption undetermined. The profession lacks data.

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Hailesboro, N. Y. Tau Beta Pa. Assistant in Physics 1907-1908. "Tubby." Married and glad of it. In sists on outgr~>wing his clothes in every direction. Coefficieanof expansion undetermined, the necessary data being lacking

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Rolla, Missouri. Manager Base-ball 1908 Varsity Base-ball. Whereabouts can genenHly be determined by 11 Pete," the setter, that hangs around outside waiting for him.


Edwin Phelps -:\luna.''路 Lake City, Michigan. Pi Kappa Alpha. Tau Beta Pi.

Completely reformed. Learned from Dr. McRae bow to prevent sparking, but never applied his knowledge.

D ou -:\lorgan X ccr, Winnel d, Kansas. Grubstaker. Anatomical Shark. Lives in Kansas. "Nuff Sai d."

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\lf1路ed Leo X yc. Kearney, Nebraska. Sigma Alpha Epsilon. Theta Nu Epsilon. Grubstaker. Vice-President Class "Bisbee Bill." Is slowly, but surely, Delivered groceries oow he could deliver the

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.John Chrisloplt<.•r Jludo vich. Bisbee, Arhona.

Y.M.C. A. Member R-Way Club. u Arizona Pete." Dealer in mini ng stock a nd talki ng machines. Trying to invent himself ao electrically perfected vo ice.

.John .Joseph Sandfo1·d, Dansvill e, New York.

Sigma Nu . Varsity Foot-ball 1905. President Athl etic Association 1908. Loves Winter.

H ile :--;ecli \' ~·. Cleveland, Ohio. Grubstaker. Senior Basket-ball. Class Foot-ball. Vice-President Y M. C. A. 1907-1908. "De King." Has dreams of royal ladies and palaces.

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Edwin Bryanl Thornhill. '

Grays Summit, Missouri. Rollamo Board 1908. Serious rival of Boyer. Has a contagious laugh Assistant Agitator. John Bowles' Nemesis.

St. Louis, rrtissouri. Sigma Nu Manager Track Team 1908 Mild, sweet temper. Noted fusser.

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\Vis hon.

Fresno, California. Sigma Nu. Theta Nu Epsilon. President Sophomore Cla!>S 19C6. Manager Foot~batl 1906. Rollamo Board 1907. A congestion of ideas. Those well acquainted with him say that he s peaks English.


('hd<• H<'\ \Yood, Sheridan, Wyomin g. Kappa Sigma. Rollamo Board 1907. Assistant in Mathematics 1907-1908. Assistant Manager Foot-ball 1906. Treasurer Athletic Association 1906-1907. Geologist of note. His only worry is third term Spanish. His only hobby, twelve love}dovey letters a week.

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THE JUNIOR TRIP ~

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Ah H pan of lhe Miniu~ curriculum the Juniut :\l ining clas." is required to inspe(.·t the prim·ipal mining, milling, and smelting district~ in tht: State of Missoun. This trip ts takc·n after the close c1f the schnul year

A~ .1 detailed account of the things we sa'' and sllldied \\nuld be ''a~ue am:! pruballly not oi much tntcrest w those whu have nut personally ~en them, the 'doiu~s" nf I he dnss tm the trip and their behavirll nnd purlor manners will he disclosed subject to the criticisut of thvse ''ho know better.

On ;\l onday, J une lOth, th~ following Juniors left Rolla at a: Ill A. ;\·t.. chaperoned by :\!iss Heller and Prof Griswold · Bowles, "Kiug" ~divy. "GlMmy C~us" !Iaker, J:o'rench, ··count'' H insch, ;\'lotlk, "Tubby" :\lix. :\lurnlJ, Anderson ami Boyer. l'pon arri\'al at the l'nion Station in St. Louis, we: dunned nnr "dig~ing" clothe-. and went to South St. Lc>uis where we sa.w extensive k~ess deposit!\. A !;hOrl wrtlk brough t us to some linwstone q uarries. In t he !;ides C•f this large stone quarry mnny small iossil forms 11ere fuund. The sink hole~ of Snuth St. Louts were IIC.~l ,-i:;itcd, but noLhing worthy rlf note happencrl except 3 fc'' bum jokl'!; by i\l ook find Mix, nnd n heatNI c• rgt~~uem between "Gloomy Gus'' and" King" Sedivy us ln how nld a limhurg,•r dice·~ santh\ich had to he bt'fore it cmald <.'l<l \\I.

At two o'dock that aftcrouou we \\Cf(' ofT in a bunch fnr l ronlun Ln VISit every old thing and a1w old thing fnm1 rocks. oul<'rnps, gran ite quarrit•s :.md deep dm.s•ns, whust· yaw n ing dept l1s scented tu strt'ldt forth scrawny ann~ ple;ulitlg to you to topple in, tll antit1uatcd maidens to wlwsc entr(~ttie~ the "fellcno" had nu avcrc;iwt" \\ h:t tever The crowd was prelt) tired and hit the "tt(·ks' early night ancl talk.ed loudly and often in t hdr sleep.

Murmy and Bowles were somcl\hat restless that

Al the sound of the l>rcakfast hell \IC found Boy<>r in tlw diniltg room S\\'allowing his fifteenth <'Upuf ruiTet· anti running ten checks on the potatoes.

l ntmccljutdy af ter hrt:akfast we start<'d fc,r Pilut Knoll On the wuy up we visited Hn old irnn furnace and tll·St:rt t-tl mill. \\'e u I$<> J:ut lm.t and Ill the W<1rd~ of a mt·mhcr nf 1ht' part), ' 11-i tit t:en t h: 1n•ad 1\'t' pmnt'td up th!' std(· <tnd turned nround and prRncetl right down a)tain.'' Bowles kul a pull with the pilot and \le li nn lly got ln the tup. then somc:hody ~id, "\Vhut Ilav·e \\'c Here>" ~l 11nk ft>unrl a ruck an<l had a s,crio11' lh•tu:..ht Pruf~s.<;or (~riswo ld expluin<'d the prohablc dcrivation ••f the arun clt'IH>sits and ht' noted that tlte uta~' o,rn·ntly alu-recl sin<·c hb 1:1-.t vi~tl aml thal huge lllod,~ h:HI h~n precipitated d<~wn the '1\:c:p slupt'' \\hidt h<· datutc·d was prohtthly fl nl' to tlw !)an Fram•to,tll t'at lhqu;tkc IPI'-

On uur w:ty hack to I ronttm, we ("ltl<:rcd a caJlyon and amitl~t cold hl<t~ls French pn1\'<:d 1hut 1hl draft tU(' t•ave ui nn anqle of ninety dcgn·co; with Pulnris and henn· th~H· wa-. a polar hear in th~ t-:1\·~. \\ h~·rcupcon we all gnt c<~ld il't'l and hut fuot!'d for 1he c;anit;trllltll \\here Wl· \\(•H· reward~:! I with a eold diu1te 1 by ;\lnok'" fri~nd.

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The das~ lmvin~: decicfl·d by due trial tlutt Hover and Frend 1 were nuis:tul·es. ,t Wllrf}' t11 tlu:it :.Iotltcr., and n di~rae<: to their ft.r<·!athcr-.. tbe two t·ulpnl~> w<:re huu)! h\ the ned.~ Irum a "<wd!Toltl ere('t1·cl f111 the put JIIISC as •~ "Cen by the aecompanying phllt1•!,;11lJ1h ;\lwtk sprung tlw trap wlult' Johnson t'lmntcd ~~ \'l'fSl' t 111111 I>u ll tt:·~ :ill


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lnfnno on till' \'lrtue-- oi asiK·st•1s dotlttn.., and Glumn Cus' ' s:t n;:- llrll' Irum !Ji, c'tcn,i\4: reperluirl' ( ?) " nt. \\'nultln't that ~luk<• \'r1u Hungry?" Tlm'i l·ndccl om ~ad ta~k .

In the aflemonn we walked thrcl mile~ S . h . of ,\n·adia tu t P"int ol Gt'<ll••~it":tl intcrc . . l, caUcd the " -.lllll \fter m~pt•ctiug llw diffcrl'lll rock formations, suml' nne ins" 11 hich '"a supenmposcd nver on a J;ranitit• mass SUJtJ.Il'Stt•d a sll 11n. Tlw watcr was as clear as cry'>l:.tl .111!1 to um lrmking rlown i11111 it it was , en• deceivin~ 10 A few vcars beiurc a resident nf Ironton h.ut lost lu<. lire h' di1 in~ mt1) -.evcral ineht.'' r~f regard to its depth watt·r. Buyer, whom we had since rc.,urrl'Ctcd, tlived intu ni)CJ\11 t••ght llll'ill'!i of Witter. \\'hen \\C hmught him to C4lii'1C'iousucss he resembled u RoUtt bc('fc;tcuk which hucl hct'n pounded fo1 fiv(• day" til tmlkc it tender. \\'e nul\ rctumeclto lrrmwn and Prof. Crt,lmld lcllured '"II' unour day·., 1\'hrk Aftrr the kcwr~:: \\t' \1('111 clm1n into th~ city fur a littll' enjoyment. \\'e tuunci John Bcl\\lc·s giYing .1 party to two of the t!1Wil 1 ~ faYonll·~. Lillian Ru<iSi.'ll nnd Ill'tty Grc('n . Light rdrr..,hml.·nt .. t'tiJNstm).! oi I!UIII dropo; .111tl peanuts <Jll thl half ,hdl 11 t·r~ s<'r\'l.'d

Tht• nc" day 11c took the train for Iron \1uunl ti1 and 11:llkt'cl :ll'rtl'os to tht: <.>chudder ~mnite ·~uarm•<; \\'ill1111 a mile of the quarnes .! lrt'menrluons mm "tel 111.111d it 1\ ,"t'\lry "nt•l o ,.fwht · huytr 11 ith scH•ral othl'r~ "4'11~h t a htn hntLc;e 11 hich chanced 111 pro\ ide co1 t"r. Bn) l' r t·~ ul t lw 't'l tin~ lwn~ Iimid I~ 1 ~ ... he i•>~l on t to clu, ami then Ill' ao,kcd if tlw roostrrs ~at on the ne.,t 11 hilc th1.· ht·n' 11 t•r<: uti. ="• ~ one kill'\\ and he \\ 1!1 kinclly cht·n ...l am mformatum

The ctu,crries 11cre uf more l han urdinar~· intl'rest ami \H' 'oJ~t'nt 'Illlie· t I!Ill 111 -.tuclyin!t t ht ,,uarrying nwt hnd~ here Frnm tlw granite qnarric" 11c aS<"ended hv 1 rircuituu ... JHlh 111 th1. top uf , , :::rl•at !.,r:tnih.· mnunt ~ cin \\'e ~·a•chl.-<1 thl' mnuntain tup ior at lca~t '''''hour.- fur "<.llll<: rlNntl.'~r.l!t,l :.ranitc houlch•r.... rtu.;; "'' t:nt' lt:cl pcx11 John that he wa:- heard 111 sa~. "l'rnfe~sm Cnswolcl rlnn't Y"ll tlnnk that tl thcrl' \ll'J\' ,c ft-\1 ltlun· JMrlil'" lil-t us rambling around nwr this hill. the thin!! 11nulrl bt· rlisintt·~r.•tt·tl'" \\'c. :1!1 checkt•rl Ji•lm .uul hun!! him up tn rlr y U~'ll

lu thl' tlftcnH•Illl wc vis1ll'd the cclellrnlt•d "l~ll·ph:111t Rncks," lhc l~rgt•st rJi.,.intc~.:r.ttion ht~Hidcr., in tht· world uml aftcr a fcl\ pictur~::- 11cre wkcn IH' pr•ICC<'dccl tu Ironton, l'm·ounlt·rin~ 1111 till' 1\.n· a fc,, cu\\n.., ttl nu ntclllt', in 11hid1 thercl\\cd <;t•,·cntl piratt''· Tlw bur.. )(ot hu ...y.cnd put Cll'r\ tlun,.. '" lli.~;ht,inciclenl.dly\lm;km~: schoOIII.'rS." fl r\'1\' I.

\\'h<:n wt• arri\'cd ~•• the fc1ol ol Shepherd \lt~unt.cin , tilt.' ln~-:llc,.,t uumnt.un in ~Ji.,.,.,un. l'rnf Gri'"''hl • the t'lass for a dimh u\·cr t lit top Sl'\"CI ;II \\t•rc lml :tn·irl<•n t.tlly ;It llll' fout und tonk the shu nest route In Ironton. 'J'Iw<:e ~c:mtlcmen aw 111111 t<'dlllll~tll) knm1n " ' ' ',.horl 'JI"rl'"

as~mhlecl

ni~ht

\\('\\ere entcrt.tined "ith u rlmrt: at thl· •· \\'.tltlnrf" 11\Xt \tt tlw count\ ja I Thl· d.mn· "a' hnnor by the DunJ::hters u{ the Anwnt:an Rl''"lucion John on :cnd "C~Im1ul\' eu-.·• ,,._.r.. tlw m-.ri· ~a tor~. "Cuunt" II in"<'h .cnd ' Tubh)" \ln. tlw ch.t['\'1 tilt'' That

~.:iH• n m uur

\ u Elhrm in~ '" Turk<"v Trull in~ For tht hendit nt J•;hn 11<1\lll•'" "" I.ulll.'" ChuiC\' \u \lunkt:yinK \\ ith the nr!rlll•"'

t'etmp:lll\

&·cli 1 y 11a~ ntll•cl off llll' fl.,or it •l clanl·in~: likt· 11 l'li'l' ti,.,IIII'T

Jnlln"'lll played" H•Jml.' .::i"L't'l Hum<'" \\hill' ~lr 1ok Ol'l''1111p:111it·tl huu \\ith ll~tnl(• ,~ :\••thm~ l.tkt 't'lu..," tidclk ;\lll'l ,h;lklll~ hand,.. .til around \H l"lth·tlthi' tlw Jo:lt~ ltl' "ttlrlt·\llll 111 llcl H 11 .1111! tht :.ul' tlcl· 1111 -.aid thut it hod not ht•cn surpas•ed or even <·qu:dt·d sillt'l' tht· ( 11 1! w;u \\l 1.111•\\ I Ill' ~irJo;; \\I'Tl nut " J..:Jcldin~; 11, , 1... (~cm· 1 ,d Gra11t ~a\c a '11111l::u aHair inllll "'llli. pl.tL't cnll tht·\ s.:ud •ht·H 11 ,., 11" 1'11!1 p n"''" 'I hl' fu)Jtl\\illg 1!,1\', \llllfh 1\:J .... Pliday, \II' tlllh:Jfkt·tl t111 lr1tll \littllll,llll 'l(h Hit llt'(lo-.il' \\l'rl' l'\pi,IJII\1! 111 us ltv l'n>f (~ri ...w11ld ·tn<llhl· old ll••· kill\;s in"'('l't'tnl h) lilt' d I"" 'l'lw Ulllft d 11 1\ , .. "lll'RI hl'l\ ,ltut nnll•tll~ c.r illtl'll''l h.IJ'III.'nt:cl otht·r th.lll 1lu.: l'itlltnhu•l"ll ..; thL I """" I" ft•H.'t,..n \II" II" 1" hu\111~ .til tla ~.:.cmil ·1111 .it


:u -


TilE

.Jr~H >R

thL ''if{· of til<' statwn rm-;ta had to oiTt-r. tht -.tn<'tly ..,euln~ll:a.l ,>:Jrt oi till' trip

THI P Continueel

The proceed-. \H'fl' ~111

111

.\fri~1 tu t·cltH-att· the ~\·a~~.

\t four P \ 1 ''~ lcll fur Ur-..marck uu our ''·'~ 111 llnt· Run II \\,!.., ht·n: th 11 \\e hid Tht• da~" I hought that lw wa!- ~l:td to Kl'l rid uf Ill', .1~ lw m•vcr luokul had:.

tiU

This entlt-cl

revoir to Prni.

(~ri).\Wid.

\\hill at lli!>rnarek ''' clist'o\'erccltllllt our ll:tin mer thl' ~ J r..,srs~rppi ({rvt-r and Bonnl' Tem~ R R fur llnc Run ll•ft Dtll' lhm Junction ten minutes heiure tlw .urh·al uf till' St L., I ~I & S. R R 1'hi~ mettnl u li\1.' hour ''nit w11hon l dcpcll or nthrr ~helt er. \Yc gut out heads togl'llwr and tt·~ui\'NI t<~tl'lephone Lu henriquart~.:rs of I he \1 I~ & H. T R. R. and ~ive tht' (~t>nt>r.ll Supt•rint<'ndNll :111 •mrtatrull nf Prnf Cri,woln ~tnd hi ... ){~ult•J::Y r l:ts<., \\\• clclc•g'lllcd o 11e of our 111emhers lo cln tlw intc r vicwin~o: <;Lunt with tlw C S It r.tn "''rncthing ltkc tht,· T hl• I mit at ion Prof. C.riswold:

G !'I

" Is thi'i tlw C S of 1hl· Bonm· 'l'l·rr(•

111ad !"

' It i<..'

Prof. C . " I :un !'rut Gri""(llcl of tht· ~J j.,...,,uri &huulnl \ l mt·"· I h.t\'l' \\llh tnl' till' ~.:ntirc mining d.t ...... COll"l"llll)( of "''Ill~ t11o ltundrnl nin• youn~ mc·n, I \\l"h to ;.:N Lu lluc Run tn nt~ht with the d.l" sehoul of tht• and 1\uuld nmsidcr it a grt.lt Jx·rsonal fJ,nr lo my~tr 1i yuu \\ould huh! your train at llnt Run Junction until the lrnn \l nuntuin train arri\'c-.." { ~ :-;

\\It\ mn~l ccrtallll} Prnfe,snr, prn,·itll·cl th.lt tlw Iron \luunt:tiu train j, llll time"

l' pon bcmg a:-..,un:d that the train \l,ts on timt the 'l'roll·.....,or" hun~ up till' rrn:iH·r :mel h~tH•d .1 ''t:h ul x·ll ....ati,f.I<'lrun. lie- 1\;t.., rudl'IY bruu~ht LU hb -.<·n"-t·s h\' 1 lu..,ty krd.: fr~•m ln-. ht•ndnw.:n, Jnhn Bm\ le.... "It" OJlllll'd" that thi!- ''a' thl best joke tha t •· Prufc..,snr" Cris11old t'\t:l pl.tyt·d .

.\ftt·r uur a TTl\ .II a I lloc Run

\H' .. pen I

till' (·\t•n Ill}( u t t IH rna .. t ill).:

rlllll:tt'l'' of tlw ~I

JIll'

l.t"o.lll Cu.,

":t I dun;.:

thl "IK'ratitlll' uf "char~ing" a nrl • pulling" tlli: dlat~l'" fru111 thl rnt u·r ...

H en• '' <: had a lit t l!' ' ~ucssi ng ('nnt t''l " c)nc to! t hc kilo"., " rult .1 11111111 >t·r "" ,, 'Iii' Cll p.qH.. r J,l't 11 t'l.'n ont f hc Tl''>l 1\l'fC to \ I file! dnwn lhl'lr ).,'11t'"" and till• lllll' ~~~l'~~lll~ till' r,rrtlll'"l H\\H)' \\a~' 'tll('l,;" fur till' trt·~tl~. 'l'lw whnlt: upt•rati"n wa ... fnr · Gln,my (~u ... · HaliH·, t·chtimll1111 ""Itt ''•'' htanl t• Jln).,l~.: bt" mum·y ..,,.,·t·ntl timt·' clunng the tla)', uh,Jys t•tl(!ing up b) t·onntmJ.: it. 1 ~\'l'l\' rom• 1\'J·ntl' d11\\ll his nutul~<:r, "luch, !Jy .1 ,jn,:ular l'nindtlt•nt•t· happened In he l went \'-liH·, wluk ( ,J.,nm\ · t fll( '" ~d'""' I r:uuing. J.:Ul'""l'rl iurt y t '"'· "Cioomy" 1\a;, ';,ttwl.." :tncl anml all kind<~ of ju:;hiuj.( 11,,, inchtl'l'd 111 .. ,,. : up the umnl"

.111cJ fifty

\\'lult· m Jl11<: Hun,''<' ,.i...iterl the Jlll\ah: mirwr.d l'l•llt'l.'ttull uf \1r (~Jl\t'" oJ tlw !'-ol Jn<' l.t.icll.o ·n"" 111m t:ntl"!lh.:rl·cltllt.' l1c~l and mo<;t t'llntlllt•tl' pri\'att: t'ull(•('tihn iu tlw l'nthcl !'-l.ol{'' l h' tlll~tt:lllll'tlt' ,, ,tntl'll\l 1 til.: .t11cl ~':'In us in:t• 11~ 11i his hi•\\ Int.!! ulll'Y' dunn., tht• alt,·rrh .. •n j..,

Fr•1111 llr.t~.• Run we \\Cilt ltl Fl:tt Ri\cr .tncl in.. pt'l:tC'II till' l.u~,. nnlls •II tht Fcrlt·r,cl l.t-:••1 ._·.,, numhcr~ I uHI :1. Tlw Ft·cll'ral :\u. :i i"thl' largc... t unci hc·a t•quipll{.'cl h.ult'"IH'l'ntr.rlllll: null in lhl '"'rl•l It h.a.. ,, , IJl:llll\' ,,f '.!lUll '''II" I"'~ d;n m.l ha.. ~·n·ral hunda•d ji .. ~ ~11111 \\Jitltv lnhlc·-. 1t1 t•J"-r.lll1111 ,

Tht \a••••nJI \lrll at St. Fram·,,j,,,a, "~'' ,j,i:t•cl \\lui\ thi milll<o'-tll.tlltr th.mtht• r~.: ..l. it,, 1 m.ocl\1 pl.rnt .111cl t il{'~ .rre .11 pr~·i-l'tll makin~ a -:uli1·al clt'll.lrture in l(·.ul t'lllluntr,lln•n ""till' in,t.lll.tlton "' "'''r.d ll.mt ol'k ji~"· Ltll'T in till' .Jihrn·~·n \\( ll"'dlllllt'd to Tlt• .. l.to.,l ,,,,, \\l'(t' hu\\'11 lhrt•tt~h tlw 111111 .\1111 IIIItH: ui tht ,,,, J.n;.,t• lollslllidna·d l.l' HJ ln., hy :-,.tcintncsdt, a f,rnwr St•ho~ol ot ~lim' '-I !lilt rtt

\\'lnlt• in Flat RtH•r 11~ s.l\1 Sc<•liY (;retlt•·r ,tnd .t!loo" Flirk I.\IWlll;ur rmtlt·l> \\nulcln't 1.(11 tht.'~ dl \\l'ltt t•ll .1 ,•okt•

F, hx saulth.rt ht·lt.rcll•t·~u

'~Ill

nin~" llllllt·s. ),Ill :•'-' till'

\\\ """ nt.Hit• .1 tl\'inr.: tnp t•• Ht'I\'Uiancum '" \i"lt 1!11 'rudtt·t r<.lt \\ ' ' Sunrl.!\ uwl tilt llllllt" nt ]t.,nllc l'crr 1•• tht ttt•xt poin: "' in!l·r~: ..t, \\tTt' cJ,,.,.,I The "llllllt•I h.tndh' ,, ~.;rc.tl .\111"11111 "' th•• ••rl.' ln•m tht :-- E .ti-.y- c·t .uul ,, rc>t.!'('IJ:antl) \l'r\ lar t• \\ ,. 'Jl'·tt: tla t n• rt d.t\ ),. •kill).; "'' r tht 1\••rk- 11111 :-..1\\ 111.111\ \Inn.,!'.


TilE .Jr :\[OR T RIP

<'on tinued

uf antert:~t \\'e rl·turneclto Hunne Tl'rre tluH ni~ht a nrl went through the 13tmne Tern.: milltlw next cia\' Tlu~ 111111 rlifkrs very littlt> from the gctH•ral run o11he milh in tht• district. I t is som<.'''hat older The duss wa~ phntoKra phcd in fwnt of t hl' Park I I ole! a 1 Bonne Tt•m•. Thi:; ended our trip ln the $<•nlhea!'.t ... ncl ''t" nm' departed fur. t. J.uuis en route to Juplin :11 Rulln.

On the

wa~·

we <;toprwd oVl'r a day

At Joplin \H really mme a nd mill afll·r mill

"~1\1

busy" and made ).{oocl II!>C of even· minulC' uf our time.

\Yc

vi~ited

mine ailcr

\\'e were joined hy l.yneman nml Ccunptnn while surveying in Webb City at Lhe Grc<tl Portland mine. We made ~· complete survey of the underground workin~s and plot ted tl.u• uotes to ~ le The compl~·tion of the mine sttrveyin~ u!Th:iaJiy cntlcrl the trip a ncl unc by one the felluw<:; took thi~ train and Lh:tt Lrain until we were All ~altered. ll "'ill, hnwt-ver, ah,ays remain fresh in our me111orics us on<: nf Lh<' grea lest plea~ure-. uf our ~"jlllcge tarcer.


Cl)

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JUNIOR CLASS HISTORY

\\'hnt i.; .1 cl:t..,s hiqory> Is its mission Ill thrunidt Iiiii~: t•H·nts .Uld cpt•;odes of school lift) 1~ ll \Hiltt·n til lx. rc.ttP \\~·han all re;td cia!;!, historit•!<. These: histuru!s lt:l\'(' told us hrcathle~sly of how ~me iYy~rt:cn, 11111"' cm'(•rctl Frcc;hmt>n haYe cnme In collcgt', and nf the hrutlwrlv a('lS of tht• Sophomore<: in initialln~ thclll mto th<· dltlie-. uf -.chuul liie \nd in the o;amt• -.train \\e lrn t· hN n informed that a <:ertain ha!>Chall nr fum hall t~·;uu tllatk u -.co1c of -.1:-. to their opponen ts' uothiug and 1\I.'IC fill llmt tt'a"<m vicwriou.... The facl that history \\ill rept:at itS<'If 1..., a l.t\\ a., true as tlw Ia\\ uf thl' l'H"IIlC Jl i.;tury ,(multi repeat 11-;elf. hut should nt.'\'er plumu-

)( ra ph i hd f. liit•.

Th<·re j.., a cJe.,irl 111 thc hearts Clf the mtmbt·r.; of .111\ da ...s ''' J>l'T)ICtuatt• the litth: happcnin~;;::. uf c<>llt'\!l' Though ~t:cminJ!I) uf littk imp()rtanct: \H" luvc 111 elm~ ttn.ldnu..,lv tn the httle t-vcnts nf the I'""'

.\ml no" it ;..., tl:c 1 ime tl1 h-ave to po!>teril'. thl' hi..,lur' ui 1 hl da ....-. of 1!11~) . It seent.., -.trange that \H· ~houhl h(· t'nmpdkd to r(•J>eat anythin~ that i~ nbn true of <111 the jun1ut da.,~s that h:l\t' play('d rhei1 little comedy or drama in the \ l i...-.ouri School of :\l ine.., Have the\ not l~o~~l tht1r S<.'l'lll'" and shirt._l l hne they not had tlwir hl ' '" planr' ·tnd cuml•clians and other pia yet' I hat \\ l'r<' ju..t ..,rem• "htfll·rs or ball .ll'HJr.;> Did JlC)I then .ulcltcm·e (till' Fa<·ultvl applnucl the worthy ones and tn\ltrcl thrm \\ilh E's and (;''> 1 So it has ht.•en \dth us. \\'c havt• lTIIIIlllcd .md h111netl thl.' mirhughl nil u\"er the fat hooks ol tlw Juninr n.1r, c\ l'll .ls um predccl.'sSOr!>

So we will not mudt 'aluahlc ...pat'l.'

fl'Cord

Ill<• illl!\'itul>lc> chrtntl' tt'l btil•..., of

l'\'CI

y Junior da-.s,

to

which IJihcr..., h<I\'C ~ivcn

""

'l'ht.• d<N• uf I!IO!Imarkt·d a n hisll>rical era in till: ~l issuuri Sdu10l nf \l illl'"· This da"s lillroducetl cullt-gl· spinr intu the· '>l'huol \t that time there w(•fl <>umt.• "ho l't1Uitl nut "l'l • \\'ltv is ~o.ullcge sp1rit" :-.:uw \n wt· that it 1 "f tlw .... tutl that \lillt•ndun: There art• other thin~), in hft· ()(.'suit-s thl' ~rintl of the -;cJwol room. And wht•u lilt class of l!lll!lu1adc tht· ruk that n•> Frcshn1110 should 'H tr corcluruv lrou-.er~. 11 meant that <.'\l'r :tftcr cnlll'~l' "J1irtt .;(tlluld IK· .1 ch:.tractcri-;u~· 11f :\1 S. :\1 llenl'l on tlw appointtd d:n of l':tch yenr, th<' resisting Frl'"hmt•tt .trl' • II l"t pturcd ami hound '' tlh ro(>e Tla rl' is a ..,lrul-(gk• bu 1 t ht ~ophomon•-. .mel Juniur« u\'ert't>tlll' t hun Tht Fa·,hnwn !->Ulnnit, thc.:n all da<:S('-. of the '>l·hool juin in 'i pnll'l'"ll'rt lnd mardt tn "<lint: secluckd 'fKtl Tlwr<.• tht·y ..,jt nronnrlun till' hill .;ide in the ... hade, unitl'fl in the honrlof ~o:oncl ft•llnwship, John makes a "llel'dt .111cl Bill "in~.:<: II ('lllll'~l' ''Ill)! and all of uo.; \\no arc 11()\\ w cadt otll<:r, Jot•, ll~th mel J1111, !-ill).! tlu· dloru<: Thus thntu;.:hout tlw d:n· :111d for tlw .,.... , uf llw year, ~coto<J - i<.>llo\\"hip Jlfl'\'.til".

Th.tl tht•rt• -.houlcl l>e an n<.'C;tSilll:al cl,n· ui plt·:t!;illfC 111\Xl·rl \\ith 11111 toil j..,II~H'{'d '" hy tht.' unt·unt Om.u,

\\h•· '1Y" • ·\h, 111 tl.c tht. mo't nf \\hat \ll' n•t nta) "flt'llcl, lkfnH \\(.' toolll\11 tlwdnst dc:.,tx·nrl,

flu..,t '-'an~

lllllO rJu,l ancl Unt(('r clust Ill il, wme, ""ll' .....mg. san-, sinJ.!tr ami ...Ill!' t·ntl .''


~.1

·~"}

JUNIOR CLASS

IFJ."

WH E R E FROM

A;o,.;I'>I<:RSO\i, 1-l. C

H

S.

\\ ..\ IH~CK::-:ER, F. C HI~DFORD, A. II

;j

\n~HIS,

Bl 1\\"l.l~S. J. J. HO\'ER, rRED Hl''f'LER. REGI'\AI. I> 1'1 . II , B \1':\tnARil'\ l.~f.t. J . \\' C II '\~ 1 1\EHL,\1'-.. E r. ('Ill\,'\.\\'.\ I. I'E 1{ t'l. \ R kh, \\ 0 U ..\IU.. \\ '\ .

(I>Ml'Tc>:-:.

J

C

l)<IIIHI'\S, \\ \1.'1 ER Tll 1:'-;, Tl F UltSE'\H:\~..' 11

II . H .

llt\'\,FS l~I.H... \'\tl. \'lC"I'ORIAXn E,\SLE\, C \ . c~ .\1<-S'l'. H S (. \ l<tZ.\, \ '\ )'( 1:\ It I II \ l .l . \\ :-I ll 11.:\1 ES. I l \\' 11.\RI.:\X,

J

II

111 ' :\IPIIIU~\,11

\\ .

""t·amt v, :-.:'t•ll. Ch ICag<l, Til. S:tll Lake City, I 'Utli. :\twklttnd, '\~w Zcakuul L~tk.t.· Springs. l\l o

OCC UPA T ION

Andy

l~nwl111g

Dl' T'u:.;

Dra" i UJ.:. _ Qtwil Jlumin(!

Slivers

;\I' I. L1.•l•ds, I~ngl:t rul

•\hin~don, Ill.

(~rub~taker

Rolla, \ l o.

Stll'\'t")'"r

l.IIUIS,

KN O WN AS

Rocict~

Footb:tll nu... k Worm C1t rlunni!':t

St.

F

'130 -·

1-.'

NAME

~

~

Chc•uk:-

ME M BER OF Kappa Alt•lw . Rnp]•:t .\lplm. t>i KUf)pa •\l phn. R \\':H Cluh.

Oi..,hee Kid Boo~er

l~l'~git'

Heacllish' C luyh<>el,;

C.n.th..,tak\·rs Fnn•tJ.:n C..:l11h• C~ruh..,ta kcr"

Hnnnib:tl, Mo

rr·t\'l•ltn~

Rnllll, :\lol, J~\H:U l..ll)', 1--.:ls

Fi rl'll1.t n

fnLI<!pcndl'n..-t•, :\!11

Studc·nt l'it• Eutt:r Clnud Adjuster Hunt in:.: Trc•nhk

Crt til p

[), ...il'

I~,t ppa

ArltSI

DunnE') Primo

Pt K ;l i'JI:l A 1phn

l'ln1npai~n.

Ill Hoock bland, Ill St l.nlll" ;:\[,, \\ .lltkt:gan, Ill

" '"''" lt~t'. z,urtl ' ·. P,, I '\ 1.'' .td''• \lo Lah.,<•l :\1" l'i<tlttllo, :\lc:-.u:" l'kasantun. "-·'"

\~-otta I "r

\l.u ht>tll.tt ici·m

Cluncy Hurl _ \\"ilhl.' Oihhin1> I Jon

f~ntcrtainin!'. D~!>ml'

( ~-a\VR~

1\·nnant (>cnlcr \\ r<':ootlet

11 () :\lc' Bill

J .,IJyinJ:

Jit>ll.t, ~~~I

-\ ......ayt•r

()I;

\ l .,lwrly ;\I n

I n,trut·t ing 1 ht: l'rnfc..,~•r:-· \\~ 1 itt-' fnr In ft~nn' 1it'"

J ll

J.l.utl.t, \In

c

Chi!'l-a·n

!'-ii~111;1

'\ u .

f)elw 1'a n P elt a. ~~~11111 N ~t. I uck ,- St rikc (~ruh,.,lnk<lr.

SiJ.!nm.

Forei!.,n Cluh Kuppn Alpha. Fun·i~-,u <.'lull St).:,lll;t '\ u

n'"""t'' k\'1


JUNIOR CLASS- Continued WHERE F R OM

NAME

ll.LI --.;SKI, \ " \\ II

Jll'\I~S.

s.

Jl nY. P

1-:E'\ 11RIL'K,

n

KIL.I. [ Al\ KIHE, H. C

I)

I

LADI.l,

-:;.

[{

D

Rf•Ua,

LA.'\(~~ LL\LE. H. \\ LE}.li.\:G, P, Ll. U l\ FRIDCE , F R 'kC R \li. R F. ~I ICLIAEL. P. F. ~1.-\Z.\ -.:y. \I S X .\Cl!T\1,\.'\, F .. t HI ~SORG. '-.: L. l'EESI l, \\ n PETE RSC l '\. II v:

.-\. ~1. 'J'..\l. \\ AR, f.' (. \\'A'\ DER E \\'H ITE\:ER o . \\'OI,F. E. J \\' .\'J'S( 1'\. R \.\"

~ln.

}(alJ~l'>

City.

~ln.

Cupe Girardeau,

~lo.

Hala\in, :'\ . \' l{nlla, i\lu.

Rolla, :'\1o. Ihmkirk . .'\ Y .Junction Ci 1.v. ~as.. Rolla, ;\·I 11 Junction L:1ty. K.1s. '\ ~ w R•lt•hdle, '.: \'. Bnt:n iu. :\. Y .

POI.L.\R D. \ , L,

\' tlruu. R u ...,ia

SH~\11,

C.·ujrnnwnla, lndin L'hicagn Ill ~1.

C.

n,, n

Uluwin~

Coachnwn E lectionl'criuJ.!

Perry' lllc, ''"· na,·cnporl, lnwo

HA~I:\10'\

his

Rulla \lu. St Lou1"· :'\Iu

C.unp Pnint. Ill. E;t<;t S1 l.nui.... Ill

T.

OCCUP ATIO N

Fredrick In\\ n,

~I·•

:'Ill. \ -vrnrm, 1011

Salt

L~k"·

Cily, l 'wb.

KN OWN AS l lntu

Doc

Billy

M EMBE R OF

Kappa c\lph.t . Kappu S1gnt;1 , Gru bo;,mkN

\lining T:o~ king l'a re of PL·I {'T~oll A\1\'erlbinj:! 1\c:\\ Mexic•' S;:-hoolof 1\Iim·o;,

Phil '\oisy \\'a up Kibhr

Playin~ Doll~

H ttpp~

\\'orr) mg D<•hhins l-l.a<:on l(!\lr Cl~~ l'rl.'siclt u t J,nukin~ '\ ICl'

L:mgy \\'eh-fo11l

l{. \\'a}

Lon!~

Cn1h~1 akcr.

HuStl·f

Kappa Alpl1a .

Tt\kin~

Cure <·•f narst L'onn·r~ ticln BoHsling Kan::.ot:s Ruugh Houstng lktll Pla\'t·r

l'i K.1ppa Alpk1

Kappa Alpha

Mik<• Colgalc :'\ox

Cecil Willie

Snorting

l'f'l(."

"Diploma I

Chief

Bvmh Thruw~:r ;\I y::>tery ]{, •tel ~hlnJger \faking Fud1',e Chemist

'\ ihih...l Hinny Count I ' :\1 <.'

Fu~tng

Pi f..:,1ppt1 \lpha

Gruh:st~tker

Kappa Sigma . Pi Kappa ;\lplw .

Ekw Theta l'i, Tau Hc:ta Pi, Theta ~u Epsilon Forcit!n Clul• Ford)(n Club Kappa Sil{lHa.

~lo:se

elot>lll.)f ·-·-·

Sigma :O.:u


路---~路 ~~~ -

~

-

SopnomorE,S.


l

History of the Class of 1910

.

We are

110\\

Sophomore" and han: lo~t.

\\l' tru~l.

-;omc of lhat charactNi'\tic 't•niancv

and asinine COIICl•it of our Hig h Schon! day-;. \\\• will nol admil that we· were L'\l'l' as greeu a-. the sad l y infanti h:. Fn.:shrnan clas-., still lhcn:' wa5 a ccrta1n ~1wkwanloe-,~ wtrich we now

fet'l we luwc lost. Our class, imbued with Lite genius of cn-ation, :-,t-arled lo m:1ke histor~- upon our a rri \'a I

at sc hool ahoul the middle of Scpt<:mbcr, 1HOII. 'L'ht .Sophomon· com mittees prc\'aill·d upou us wil11 soft p(•p.;uasin a rts" lo yi('ld our!'t'lws lO llwir custom:-.. \Ye will l'\'er be graleful for the experieuCl' gaiuC'd at thl· ha nds of IH0\1. [t enabled us this year to beltcr miuh;ler to llu: manifold nel·d" oi 1\JII. You will rtad on a nnlhl~ r page of this book of lite con!lict of our illm;lrious class a nd tit<: wanton!) pcrn·rsc Fre<\hmen. .\s usua l, right and J tt ~t icc prc,·aikd and wt• ha d llu: salisfac: lion of srd ng lhl' Frcshmeo adorned with grl'Ci l l'O ps

foolish litllc cap~ which sit:;na lizcd th l·

t=Xll·nt of t heir tharacll·ristic Freslmmn chilclishncs~.

You all know. Olt \\'ise 01H.·s! of our deparltcl Bromo Scltz<:r (l ite len l'Cnl size). F tll· his -;tl.ke it was'llutl Wl' posed as purn:yors nf the nervou~ headache. \\\• will sa~· nothing oi 1 hi!. words can add noLhing La the indcsc rihable. :\! any oi our clear class mates han· dcparted for scc 11<."~ of lesser st rife.

Yet our das~ is

still slroug in it s forty fi\'c members. Thc:n· are fnrly-liw princ<.·s in tht bunch. We say litis without our old II. S. couceit. hut with Lht· linn co n sc i ousn~ss of manl~ knowledge. We han \HC:o>led honors from till· famous Junio r d::\ss and haw O\' trronH.: tlu: pott·nti<tlh fa muu~

Frl·,.hma n.

\.\\· h;l\'t· hl·en vktoriou:s in football, haskt•tball and gn.:al1.· r tha n a ll thi s

in

'\rholarshi p.

\\'l' are loyu lto llw high idea ls of jf. S . .Jl. ''Pt·rfl'dion " "hall ht• our .;hibholt-'lll . lbrncsll~ hoping lo carr~ <>ursel\·(•c:; honorably ~ mid thl' trial:.; of ne;.; t )'l'ar c hro nicling of our "little jo'·" und sorrows."

\H'

I(:U\'l:

until lltt'n, Uw fttrthl·r


•I

SOPHOMORE CLASS

R. S. ALLEN, Bobby, Kappa Alpha. ' 'Sir, tho' I :1111 not splencun• and ra~h \' l'! I ha \l' in me some! lung rhtn~l'ruu~o, "

F. 0. BLAKE, Jr., Sigma Nu. 'Varsity Baseball. "A <'omhtna I inn and a iurm Indeed, \\'htre t>Wry Cnd did s~·clll 111 M~l his seal Tn ~ive n!'~urunce II• tilt man "

D. W. BLAYLOCK, Grubstaker. follow~

··commcrcl' · \ tither

:1

hurro\\l't

11r

in hi" 1\'akt." a lender bl' "

"SCOTCH" BUNTEN, Grubstaker. (~n·:'lt En~mt'l'r

in 1he l'hrvo;ali..

CHARLES A. BURD1CK, R-Way . .\ l.Ner ui ~p••rt

Buys stamp~

111

llis spare linw.

JACK CLARK, Kappa Sigma. "GiYc tlll' an

IHIIltt'

of

Sl'll·o.;t•JI g~md llpolhet'lll')',

It• ~\IC<'Il'll lilY imal{ill.tliuu

HARRY W. CONNELLY, Steward of the R-Way Club<. :\II smiles ahh11U~h hl• hu-. mnuv ~ucml dnta·s to \\urry him

"NIG" COON, Lucky Strike. · :\ l'(IUilh'nam·e

tll<~re

in s11rruw than un::cr

A. M. and M. H. DETWEILER, Lucky Strike Club. Darnun :tnd J'qhiu-..

llrmhcr!o of wn!.·ly thficr('nt t.t'll'"

"CIDLI" DIAZ, Foreman of the Spanish Club. Drcilm:-o in

C<t~rdlliiHI

'J'ril'tl

It•

intrnclm•e

~"('(•r;llllo

in th • Tn~ '1.1-;,.

"BOB" DYE, Class FootbaU and Basketball . .\ 1 t(•tim nf auardrv

Snnp.tthill'" 11ilh tht· nubrllly

GUY DYKES, The Man they Always Strike First for Class Dues. ~:hid

l<j

han~

·tn a11 {ul llnna

iur t('e en IIU .;nUll".

KEITH FRAZER, Lucky Strike Club. l'scd

inrl~·x

c:trtl ...v;;tem m

Surv,•\'1111( nnH.~

"JAKE" FORMAN, Lucky Strike Club. HnunLo; S:llen1 ro:ul II

•I


SOPHOMORE

CLASS- Continued

MONROE FARRAR, \\'dl, what an nri~inal rtlea!

Tlunks Huvn '"a ~r~·at pcrsona~l'.

" CUPID" GRAY, Sigma Nu. ~IU'>l lw ~urm·

Claims Butk clwt-n ''·'" the l.vit'"' ruan in Topog party.

Fro111 ()hiu, but mndc g\•nd mistnkt· )

ANTONIO GARZA, "Mex." Clnce plrtycd fontll:tll, hut swore ulT befon• lht• end oft he scasou.

CLAY GREGORY, 'Varsity Baseball, 1907. 'Varsity Football, 1907. l.ct a fl'lln\\ Sill!{ of the lillie tlun~:. hl can.'" about, If'\ idlow'IJ li~ht for the little things Ill' tan.'s a hunt, \\ i 1h t hc wei).: Ill of a -.ingle hl<m "

"HARRY" HARRIS, Sigma Nu. ''l.un

~r.1ins of inct n<;e on

rhc -.auH: altar. I lm· i .• u.. tir,t, an11tlwr f •.JI" aht·r . hut it makes no dificn:nn .''

"COCKY WISE" HARRISON , Member of Faculty. II

\\<tnt

vuu

In

kno\\

anythm~. ~t'>k

Coc.·ky

F. W. HILL, Sti·m \\intler, iull jc\\cled, hair tri!:~Cr, hr:ts.., lim:d.

EARL INSLEY, Kappa Sigma. l l.ts a chrnml .tir of · Oh the dl·lln', \\ ha , ..., 1hl· usc.·."

"THE" JOBES, 'Varsity Football. LnlimaH· rril·nd of Taft. .

,\ grm·l'fut ll1!111 \dlh an .tirv Wll)' 11

BAUCHSCHMARTZEN" KARTE. \"mul l hoy,

11ith

an

int('l!ct.'luttl (orelwad,

dninJ,: nris...iorwry

.

\\111k Hlllllll"..:

lhC' (~ruh-.L:tkl.'r'

ELMER LIST, Luc ky Strike. \an I

Ill\

brolht·r ... J...t'eper >"

V. H. McNUTT, "Mac" Class Basketball. I uuk ... lrkl

;I ... llllll'lll,

hut has tht Spnn,_ fC('fl'alion hahit .

C. R. MILLER, Lucky Strike. \\ ,. 11

ll r vou

lu \II); I

for miurntaliun

H. E. MINOR, Pi Kappa Alpha, 'Va rsity Baseball, '07. ,,,1\'\'lll'" \\II h

\\ IIJICit·riul Jl<lWtr ...

ul klt'JIIll>., ...

un

"RUBE" MORGAN , 'Va rsity Football, '07. Hut II

and r;Ji..,t·d

111

f~ulln.

llaim~

hr

1:111

mrlk

.1 l'fl\\ L'\l'l1

\\ilh a·cln·ss '1111 '"'

H<•\1 )..,

"BUCK" OWEN, Pi Kappa Alpha, 'Varsity Baseball , 1907. lnn<~nn

C"JI"''"''"Il

Htlh tnl ·..,lurk '

1..11\ 1s Ulan~"'

ALBERT PARK. \ ir tm n 11 rnl,.. tht• toil ... 111 \·inrw."

l'11.11's .dl.

1.!

1

l 11 ''ith :ht· 111 d,1ri,1

\1

11h l'rnf l h·:ru


SOPHOMORE CLASS L.

Continued

J. PORRI. Blu\\. hlo\1 . him\ ." •\ spires to Gutt v'-. joh

CULLY PIERCE, Grubstaker. EH'r\"hu<h ·~ lm·nd

\\ ond.crful't"lb~· nf humnr. -.milt·'

l'V('Jl

in

"llr\ ~yin:.:.

"BABE" PORTH, Kappa Sigma. Re~n~ ts that lw hrok<· into society o;o )"l•lllllo(.

" <\real pl:t!;Ul' to he so harul~omt•"

"DOCTOR" PHILLIPS, Lucky Strike. Jno.;uff<:rahl~ rt>HJ.h m·d; and prtdl'' lnrnsc:ll •>n till'

,lllll'

:\\.'' l'r

idk·

tll'Hr

~,,...,'"''in~.

CARY RAMEY, Kappa Alpha, Football, '07. Cl,tims to ht· an

l \)H.'rt

chicken llud

\nd tlwn·hy h.m>:s ,, l.tl(·."

"DUTCH" RIEDE, Grubstaker. Cany1m Cit~, l'ultH.Uin Bunlt·n and )llnur.

Can pia~

\ll•rlttatinn'' 1111 tht• pian•'·

,\1\\,t\"-. .. n·ur" iu l'lllllllill:ttiun \\llh

S. K. SCHMIDT, 'Varsity Football, '07. li(•lieH'S in t hl' lnr w:ml pns...

EARL SMITH. \ ,111',

hwthl·r lr11111 Bu-.tun Tt."\'h. Th.tt', .til.

"GLADYS" SMITH, Pi Kappa Alpha. l.o\\ ney's Ch11wln It' fiend

I Jff!.'r'

fl'\\ :11 d

fnr t l·t urn nt Jh •wtkr purr:.

"VAN" SMITH, Sigma Nu. !'>auI tu han· -.mil<:li unn • " ~\\:IIIIJI.lllf,l'l" srmn .\rl\ ,111~ 1 ,

Louk..,likt: Ill: .th\<1\" h.ttl ;1 nen'tlll' hc.ttl.tdtl

" DUNC" SMITH, Kappa Alpha. Qurck, JC?Tk\' .,trult

.\\\lUll\" -!tKIII

:tll'~>li\III~'Jn..: l'ffll'i,

Snnlb t:\cll tlurm..:, ,,1111

\It·, I.;.

STEWART, "STEW," Lucky Strike. ln-.i-.1'- ••n l'ctntm~ II• \I. S \I d.tlln'" ,t., ,, "':•..:"

\eH'r happy al\,t)' fmm Qui.llilall\t'lah

" THORNY," President of the Sophomore Class. ~hrtll'<l happth•,

l•ul sttll one of lhl lllt\~

!--trll ha' a t' h,t rr\.ttlt'ulllin~

I!•

huu

TRAUGHBER, Lucky Strike. \\ .lllh to lx .t

kicllil·l "

th;~l

Just luund nnl

l't•mu:ll\' I' lttkh-.h

"DICK" TOWNSEND, from Colorado. R- Way. : id I• Itt:

,.,H 1!

II'\

'll"l:tn, pilkm:...

l I kt•n

!

h•tllt.

GEORGE VOGT, 11 Hattie," Kappa Alpha. nist in~uisl11:rl

ftonl .til t ht• 111 lwr ~oph., by (tj,

IJr,ad hri 111 hat.

"RHINO" VOGT, Pi Kappa Alpha. '-ln·'l}

CA~LOS

In'"

\d

VALENCIA,

Ill I I lilt

lu .. tr~ "" ""

l

n ....~.~l 'ill I Ill~ I' I

Jr., A Musician. II llllll"'

v

tnn

I h -.unit I h 11

11 nn't , "

1 , ut


IJ


1'1\6.

FRESHMEN.


FRESHMAN CLASS HISTORY ~================~~~~(~~~~((' ~~================~ ~

Thl histon of the Freshman Class proper!\ bt.:gin" "ith tlw organizalion of fore<.·'> in lhl' llrst nwcting of the nwmbers of the class. Th1s was lwl<l on the t:\·ening or the s<:n·ntcenth of September in a lon<'ly field cast of town for tiH: purpose of adopting some plan of action ln ... uppn.•s" the hazing of our classmates. Hen·, under tht· guidance of "Chicken" Humphre~, wt· wc·r<.· lined up sevc.·ral times and counted ofT a likt· uumbt•r of times much lo the CI'Niit of our kaclt:r and a<.h·ist·r. During thl' remainder of Lhc timt.: prc\·ious to thl' opening of school we did our htst to kl'cp out of thl' clutch<.•s of the Sophomores. ~lany of us, howeYer, ha\·c faint recollectiono.; of Sophumores climbiug in thr windows Yia the porch and of the subsequent early morning t·xcrcist in the blankrl along with all the otht:r timl' houorcd and regulation stunts. Shortly after the hazing -.<.•ason closed we mel in Chem Hall and elected the following o licl•rs: R. B. ~Jilchell, President; 0. A. Randolph, \•icl'-Prl'sidcnt; B. H. Cody, Seen tar~, and H. 11. Jont:s, Tn~asurer. Ensuing l'\·('nts . .n·re full of trials and tribulations. Obnoxious rul<:s were! madt• and <.·n forrt•cl h\' thC' Sophomores, hut il cannot bl' said that the class of I HI L failed to fight for it" right-;. We sufTl'n:d dt'fcal, but retain as u memory tlw "grt-en postagt· stamps" once so galling to our woundt•d pride. Tht· alTair in Picnic Yallt>~ closed till' hazing season and 'hrought tlu.: four classe<; togl'lhtr in a toa-;t to lht· Coll<.-gt• and the Freshmen. The warm glow of aiTcclion for the ''Fellows" is cnhanc<.>d a!> \\' t· gazt> in retrospt.:ct O\ t.:r the t•n•nts of that da~ and <:\'<.'lung wh~n en·r) om· was for t'\'t•n· one else and "All for ~I. S. ~I.·


FRESHMEN ~============~~~~~c~~~============~ ...........,~

( )hi~•

AIIBOTT, ED\\'.\RD lH;ECE .\BEIUiATJJY, G. ED!Rl{

\lan~li~.>ld,

,\D.\~IS, llE~I{y fAR~DI

Pre...cou. \riz . Ft•r..:<.t, rn

\\'ill()w

•\ LLF. \ , F.R~E. T _ HALL, RALPH II ARL.\ '\ Hf<:ACH, JA~I E~ K.

Sp1 in~s. ~lu.

<~ardner,

K.ts Kano;as City, ~to. \\ .t t<:rlU\1 n, ~Ia""

RA Y)lO::\ D ALl~ XA \'DER IH.A!-.:.E, FRl'E \\'ALTFR IH >ZA r \ RZC \R BE

BJ~(~HA~l.

\In) 11 uod, Ill Lima, 1\.·ru. S. \

BR.\TlT, .\J.BERT LEW\ARll Bl'IH~ II ER, CLARE:\l'E C \PI.I~S. Rl SSEL BIGLCJ\\', Jr. CARROL, ROLA~O T lHASE. j.\\IES HO\\ \RU

St l,uui-., Mtt

Rnlb,

~[,,

{~1:1~).\CI\\, ~lt1

lkthimnr~.

\ld lnd St Luuil', \lo. St Jo~ph. \Itt l.u~Jil'>porl,

CO.\SKE, P:\l'L E COO\', RE\'jA\11::\ IIORAl F COO\'ER. LOriS Ll\'COL'\

Sprrn~lielcl. ~lo l'lu.+~·a.

lOPE!.A:\0, ROI\F,RT X CL'RI.I\SS, rRA~ K Dl \l. 1'11 EODORE \\ :\SH I :.OGTO\

\lro;,,

l.tht ral. l\lu ~muago, Chili, ~ . ..\ Luua, P~:ru, S. .\ l'ap~ eirnuleau. ~lo. St. Jo-.c.•ph. \Itt-

El,l\H>UE , CARLOS E:.OR£Qt'E E:\G J,r.\I A"X. ED\\' \ IW \\ FLY~~. JAMES fi' R ANClS FOR L>. HAROLD PERC\'

St. Ju-.cph ~lo OaJ.. l.111d. l'al Rinnmada, \. 1.., \le"ko. Saltrllu, l'ttah, ~ll'xic•t Rin~ lltada. \ 1. .• \k'<tcu

FORRESTgR, D. I~. C.-\RCL\, E\ULIO __ GARiA ..\NDRE _ C:\RCIA, liER\1 \~ (aWSBE-:RG. ALEX. jETT. DA \lEl. 1100'\E TI.\RRIS, 0. DEASE HF\ DECKER. COR:\1' F

~I

l.olli!., \lo

~l.tllol. ~~~~

Rolla, \ln . \r:n1l..t ){. n Ill

Kau

JO\ES, f!O\\'ARD HILTZ jll\ES, 1-.:.E:\~ETH Hl (~H

.t..

lH\ , ~I•• \:~:h

1..1 11 · ~ n~·, l~oll.1,

KI.I'\E, nr:\\'EY \l.

\In

St I · ,j-. \lo.

Kl Rl. .-\OOLPII J,Is·l. EJ>CAR 1 t \ \l', (rno .\U.E:\ ~1:\l'II~IBER, Sl \1:\ER COOI.T£\' ~1.\ \'\, FR \~K lL:\RK

lapt C1r:urlc-Ju, ~~~~ .... I Ill - \lq llt'' ~~~ •ilW!oo, lc•\1 ,, Spr II fidd, \1 • Frt'rlrid;tullll, \ltt

llARRY H Jr. ~kGOl'GJIRA:\, J.\~IES l~

~1.\RTI:\,

••rl.. ltty \ \\':Jikl'f. \In 11,111111h d. \In

Xt'll \

~IITCIIEI.l., ROlHtHT BRLCI-.

\ !OI1RE. 1.1 ()\'[) \\'E:\\' EH \Al'JJniA\, R.\LPII \ \!'>Cl\ ST.\~1 FY I. P \l{E\1. <~EORI.~ I.EE l't 11F\\'\ .\lnHI H

JUIH' II\111 I. 11\'. "·I•

\\',.,, II

'\'II (111111

\l.11 ~lt.dl. \Jo

\.'hir .,.,, Ill 17

Y


FRESHMEN

Continued

\\"l'h'-tC'r Gnl\ ~· ..., \In I.ahon·, rndin . KJnsts Cit). :\1•'· l tica. :\lu. :\filler School, \to l.C'\\ i-.t0\1 n, ~lo.

R.H>CI.IFFE, llU'\Al.P HE\\ f>t l:\ R \j, SLTO R.\ \I)OLPH, OSCAR \L.\X S:\IITII. G R S~IITII,JA •. \\.,Jr

STIWI'P,

TIIC>:IIA~

A:-\DIU.;\\'

S\\"E\SO:\, JIO\\ ARD 11

Turrcnn, Ct•ah . \lexu.•o,

T.\ \'I,OH, Cl.ARE:\CE

~1.

Je~C'kst,n, ~ro.

T0\\' 1'\Sf~~D. FH.A~K

EDGAR

lh·l~rndt>, ~Jo.

\\' I!EELL~R. JOSEPH FRA \KLI \\'li.LIA~rS

CO:'\\\ A\" \\'III.Jo, H:\JWJ,D ~L

:\Iarsha II,

'\

~IL

5E-f-r

\2.1'1.

('t'\..~

~111 .

]ack~m. ~lu

<~llLil

~...sr trE~~m.a.~

\\·rnon, lnrl .

a..(C'\IfE')

'""~"'~"ci o..-r t~(. ~~cr-t~ o~ ~ol\o.)


SPECIALS

BECK ~ER, F

e.

(orpu~

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NATIONAL FRATERNITIES G.\:\l:\1:\ XI OF s H;:\lA Kl

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Gamma Xi of Sigma Nu INSTALLED JANUAR Y 23. 1903

COLORS.

White, Gold and Black FLOWER:

White Rose YELL :

Hi rickety hoop de doo What's the matter with Sigma Nu? Hullabaloo Terragahoo Ausgeseichnet Sigma Nu


SIGMA NU G a mma

Xi

C h apter

路o

'00 William S. Hall.

Harold T. Mapes.

J.

A. Emory Wishon.

1. 1oseph

Crawford Compton. Ralph W. Watson.

Sandford.

William D. Clarke.

Leland R. Walker.

Howard D. Gray.

' 10

'1 1 Robert N. Copeland.

Walter T. Harris.

Aubrey G. Pilcher.

Geo. T. Twyman. Frank 0. Blake.

J ames H. Chase.

A. Van H. Smith.

Roland T. Carroll.

Frater

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Felix A. Lyneman.

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F. 0. BLAKE,

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G. T TWYMAN,

A. G. PILCHER.

J.

Jr.

H. D. GRAY.

W. S. HALL.

J. J

SANDFORD. V. H. SMITH. L. R. WALKER.

J. C. COMPTON.

W. 0 CLARKE.

H. CHASE. W. T. HARRIS. F. A. LYNEMAN. H. T. MAPES

R.N. COPELAND.

A. 1: WISHON . R. W. WATSON.



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KAPPA ALPHA Established 1865 at Washington and Lee Univers;ty (

•)

BETA ALPHA Installed April 27th, 1903

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KAPPA ALPHA BET A ALPHA CHAPTER

Frater En Urbe FR~\THE~

Chas. L. Woods

KN CO LLE<i i O

路n Richard Edward Armstrong. Rector George Sylvester Anderson. Dibrell Pryor Hynes. Horace Asahel Johnson.

路oo William Albert Baueris. George Albert Easley. Alexis Xavier Illinski. Paul Bauchmann Leming. Rowe Francis McCrae. Carey Floyd Ramey.

Robert Sexton Allen. Duncan Slater Smith. George Clark Vogt.

Sumner Cooley Macomber. Louie Lincoln Coover. Howard Hubbard Swenson. Edward William Englemaon. Colors: Crimson and Old Gold. Flowers: Red Rose and Magnolia.


JLLJNSKI.

ALLEN. VOGT.

RAMEY.

LEMING. ARMSTRONG.

ANDERSON. HYNES.

JOHNSO.N.

COOVER. SWENSON.

McCRAE. MACOMBER. BAU ERTS.

ENGeLMANN. EASLEY •

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KAPPA ALPHA

c::>TAB!.l.')HED ll!li5

ACTIVE CHAPTERS Al pha Gamma D elta E psilo n Zeta

Eta Th eta K a ppa Lambda

Nu

Xi Omicron Pi Sigma Upsilon

Pb Ch i Psi

\\';u.hmgton ancl Lee \ niv,

ALUMNI CHAPTERS

l.exin~lhn,

\':t.

L'nt\ersity of Ceorgb, Athenl>, Ca. \\'uO't~rd Cnll(.IJ,{e, Spartan<:bur~. S . C. Emury Cnll!!gl.', <}dor<l, Ga RandCllph-)l.tcon College. ,hhland. \a. RirlJJTHmd Colle~e. Rk•hmond, \ 'a. Kcutucky Slate Colk.~<:. Le'\itl~lon, K\ :\ler~:cr 1'ni\'er-,itv, ~bcon, Ca l'nin·r~ity «•i \"ir;.tinin, CharlottesYille. \'a. Alahama JloiVtNhni<' l n!>titute, Auhmn, Ala. Suuthwf!!-:tcrn l'niH:r~ity, Gcorgetm' n, '1\·xa.,. rnin:rsitv of Ttxas, ,\ustin, Texas l 1nivl'rsitv of Tennr:-.o,cl', Knoxville, T<.·tm. D;,l\ icl-,on't'olk•gc, D~n·idson, "-: C l'ut\'l't.,ity nf '\orth Carolina, Chaptlllill, \.C l'tll\-<.'r~in,

(;rcenshuro, Ala \"t~nc!Nililt l' tliver:-.ity, ~r1sltvtllc, '1\•nn. Tt~ln rtc Vniwrsitv, "-:('\\ Orle;ms, l.a Centr.li \ nh'l'r.itl-)' ul Kentucky, nan viii~;, k ,. Soutlwru

Omega rnh•cNity oft he South, S('Will(l'('., 'J'cnn Alpl1a Alpha l'nirersity of Alab(un;l, l'nh•crsity, ,\In Alpha Bet a Alpha Gamma l.i•uiskuut Stall· l'nh·., Hatun Rouge, l,a \\"illiam je\\cll Colle~·.·, Liberty, ~J o , Alpha Delta Al pha Z e ta

\\'illial11 und ~1ary (),Jlcge, Willi:un~llur~ \':1 \\'c-.uninster College, l"ultnn. ~1 ... Kentu<.·k:y lnin:rsity, l.cXIOI:ton, Ry

Alpha Et a Alpha T heta Alpha K a ppa l'ni,·ersitv of ~1issoun, Columbia, ~to. Alph a. Lambda J<,hll Ht)J;kins l'nivtrsily, Baltimore. ~It!. Al pha Mu :\lill-.ap:. Colh::~e. J~d;-.on, ~l ie..-.. Alpha N u Th~ (knrg<· \\'a~hin~:t••ll l'nh , \\'ashin~tun, I) C Alpha Xi l'rth<.•rsity nf Califurnitt, J'krkll•y, Cnl Alpha Om icro n l'uin·rsily of :\rkans;~:-,, Fuy<·llcvilk. Ark. Alpha Pi t.d.uul Stanfurrl, ) r , t nh crsi Ly. St;lllit>rcl. Cui \\·~·0..1 \'a. \ rli\l~I'SII y, ~lllfj{:lfllll\\ n, \\' \';~ Alpha Rho Alph a Sigm a c,·nrgiu Sdwol of 1\·dtnology, Atl:tlll:t, Ca llampckn Sicln~v Clllk){c. llatllpdtn :-;idu(•v, \'a Alpha Tau Alpha Upsilon l'nn ni \Jj.,.,j,,.;ippi. l niw~r'lity, ~[j,, Alpha Pb i Trimt v Colle){<', Dnrl;am, :\. l Alpha Obi Kl·ntucky \\\·slevan l'uiv., \\'in(•ltestl'l, Ky. Al pha Omega '\ C o\. & \I Colltl{c, Rah:i~h. :'\ C Beta Al ph a ~Jj,,,uun Sehu11l oi :\line<:, Rolin, :\tu Beta Beta Bethany Colkge, l.kthany, W. Vu. Be ta Gamma Cnlll'gt• uf Cllarltstcm, Charl!:'"tcm, S C Beta Delta G(·ttrl{ct0\\11 lolleKt, (~cmr~l'lOWII, K\ B"ela E ps ilon Dcta\\are l'olll•ge. :'\l•wark, lkl Beta Zeta lni\'l•rsit y of Florida, GtJincwillt.>. Fla Beta Eta l'niwro;it\· ol <JI.Iahcuau. '\urruan. Okla . Be ta The ta \\'a<;hin~t; 111 l'niwr-.11 \. St Lutns, \ l o

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Aul:,U"ta, Ca

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Cha tl.mon~a, Tenn.

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Fla.

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KAPPA

SIGMA

FOUNDED 1400 Eetabbeb.cd in Amer~ca 1867

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ROLL OF CHAPTERS

DISTRICT 1 Psi Alph a Rho Beta Kappa Gamma Epsilon Alph a Lambda Gamma Delta Gamma Eta Beta Alpha

lnh<.>rsity of :..Iaine·. Un\\tluin Coii('I.(C. '\(•\\ llamp..,hire Cnlltl{€.'

DISTRICT 7

lhrtttlOIII h (ullcge

Alpha Sigma Beta Ph i Beta Delta Beta Nu

l ' ni\ €.'rsit v of \ 'ennont ~l.t'!'•Hcllll'>(.'\ h ~t:a lC ( olll'~C II.tn.trd l 01\'\:rsit\', Bnm n {" nl\ l:r"llY

Oltin Stall' t 'uin·r..itv. l'a'ot.· Sduml oi \ pplied ~·H:m·c· \\"a-..htnglnn and JdT<'r"•ll (nllt·t;l' l<cntuck) Slate Cnllt:h~·

Al pha Zeta

l ni\t~r..;tt) of .\ltclu~an Purdue l "nt \ 'eT<;i l Y

DISTRICT 8 Chi

DISTRICT 2 Al pha K a ppa Gamma Zeta Gamma Iota Pi Alph a Delta

lomdl l' Ill\ t'fSll Y \t''' Ynrk t'nh·er'iit\ '\vracuse t niver:;ll>; s" n hmorc l•)Ue~e Pl nn-.ylntnw State Cnllu~e

Alph a Epsilon

l ' 111vcrsitv ,,f 1:-'c nusvhanio

Alpha Phi Beta Iota Beta Pi

Bul·knell 't' nl\ crsit ,: l.l·hit.:h 1 mn!r-;ity · l>id;ltlS(lO College.

Alpha Pi Beta The ta Alpha Gamma Alpha Chi Gamma Beta Beta Epsilon

oi In<linna . t 'lllver:.it~· uf IUinob. l..tke For~·st l · ni,·cr..ity. l' ni\·er....it y ui Chtl"':!~O. t ' niver ..ity ui \\"i~·n,in .

Beta Mu Beta Rho Alpha Psi

I 111\'t·r'>ll' nf \llnm.••.ota llll\t:r..it ,. uf lrm a l nl\·crsit~· o{ :\"l·hr.t,ka.

\\ thash Colll'gC. • l 'm,·er-~t\'

DISTRICT 9

DISTRICT 3 Alp ha Alph a Alph a Eta Zeta Eta Mu Nu

Upsilon Beta Beta

l III H'r'it v 111 ~larvbntl (',{•~>rJ.tt' \\;rt ...hingt<;rt I nin·r!-.ity. t 111\'(·r'>it' t•f \'irginu

R:ulll••l ph \lal·on l'nlll'l.,t• W:t'>hin,l{ tllll and Lee l'ntn·r'll'' \\'illia 111 u uri ;\la rv Coll<'~l' llamptll'n Stclney· Cnlil-~l' R tdllnund (ollt~e

DISTRICT 10 Alpha Omega Beta Gamma Beta Sigma

\\ tllbm J<·wdl Collt•gl·. \l ts-..nm Stale l fll\'t•r..,ll \ \\ .t.;lttn,.,t"ll l'mn·r,tl y Beta Chi • \I i'isou rt Sdwol of ~l ui!.·<>. Beta Tau Ha ker l ' ni\'t>rSil v Xi l flt\'l'r<.ll , . •>I .\;k.m. . a .... Gamma K a ppa l 111\Cr-.it~· oi C>klalunna.

DISTRICT 11

DISTRICT 4 Delta Eta Prime Alph a Mu Beta Epsilon Alpha Nu

I J.t \ ul ..un l• •lk~e. Trinily Colk-;.;t· t' ntn·r'>il\ .,f \orth \.' trulin:• :\ot th Carul111a .\ and \I. ("llq.. t \\',•llurd

lolll'~t·.

Alpha Ups ilon Gamma Sigm a Iota Ta.u

Bt>ta

Beta Eta

.\h·rn r l nin r'itv

Cl·nn~•·• Sd1qul of Twhnolo~y t ui n·ro.;it \' nf neorgt:l. I Ill\ cro.;it ,. oi \labnma J\l.al •. una ·l'tlh'tl·chni<· Jn,titutl'

DISTRICT 6 Theta Kappa Lambda Phi

Omega Alph a Theta

lun1 hl'rland I niH•r'l t' \ .lllckrhilt I nl\er ...il\ l'nm:rsit v nf 'l'cnnl''-SC'l ;-illtllh\\e._"t•u Prc"h' tt•rian t ·ninr ..it• t'ni\H'-ll\"uf the South. · ~ .. u t ll\H::-H·nl Ba pt ,...1 I· nh cr'tt y

I,oni..,i·m.r Stue t n i' ~r,tl ,. Tulane l niwrsit' South\\c.,tcrn l tiln·r...il\. l'tll\~r .. tl\ qj'J\·xa"

DISTRICT 12

DISTRICT 6 Alpha Beta Alp ha Tau Beta Lamdba

\llll-.aJ~'< lolle~e

Beta Omicron l mH·r,tl\ uf H l'rt\\:J. Bela Omega lulnr:uln lollq.~c. Gamma Ga mm a lPioracln Sd1nul of :\line'.

DISTRICT 13 Beta Zeta Beta Xt

l.t•hmd Sl,lltfr,rtl, I• • l'ni\ t'l ~it". I nin:r'>it \' ui C llii·..,nia. •

B t:la Psi

l nl\·cr-.u Y ui \\ a...,hin)!tnn

Gamma Alpha Gamma Theta

t ' niH:r.,ll\ ol Or··~on t ' ni,·~r.-..1 1 \' ~>i lcl:tho

DISTRICT 14


KAPPA SIGMA

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ALUMNI CHAPTERS

...

Ho~tnn,

Rkhmnntl,

Buffalo,

\\ :e.,hin~ton,

Ithaca,

(tlllC'Orl),

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D tu il~ent,

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Jacb,•n,

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fll·n' et, ~alt LuJ..~

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l< unstun.

L•·~ .\n~dc~.

Portlund,

Lou isvtllt ,

Hmninl-challl, :\l•lhi1l:,

Cln~ agu.

ChJ lt.utnnj:.l.

:\llh' .eukn·.

Cn\ ingtnn.

lnchatt ,...tt...

J;atk~ 111, Tt·n n.,

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KAPPA SIGMA FRATERNITY

'08 George Fred Kellog. Clyde Rex Wood. Otto Ernest Klockman.

路oo Benjamin H arrison Dosenbach. Oscar Miles Cornelius Whitener William Hamilton Jones. Frank Nachtman.

'10 Earl Frank Insley. Lindell Chew. John Charles Clark. Harry William Lee Porth. Milton Flynn .

' 11 James Edward McGoughran. Harry H . Martin, Jr. Conway Guild Williams. Stanley Louis Nason. David Lawton Forrester.

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KLOCKMAN ELTON MARTIN

McGOUGHRAN INSLEY PORTH

WOOD

WILLIAMS

GOSROW

KELLOGG V. H. HUGHES

I,,路,

WHITE!iER

CHEW

J. C. CLARK

JONES

E. L. CLARKE Jt' . W. HUGHES

FLY~N

DOSENBACH RICHARDS


KAPPA SI GMA HOUSE




Pi Kappa Alpha Fraternity F OUN DED MA RCH h t, 1868 ALPHA KAPPA INSTAL L ED DECEMBER 'ld , l':IO.S

Official Organ Shield and Diamond Official Flowers Tulip and Lily-of-the- Valley路

Colors Garnet and Gold Secret Publication Dagger and Key

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. Alpha Kappa of Pi Kappa Alpha ~~--------------------~~~~----------------------~

B . N. Lay, ' 10

T. S . Dunn, '09

C. F . Flood, '08

R. L . Drake. '09

F. G. Beckner, '09

Vl. F. Siegmund, ' 11

A. J. Seltzer, '07

W. A. McTighe, ' 07

K. R. Morgan , ' 08

E . P. Murray, '08

H. T . Mann, '08

A. Pudewa, '11

I. L. Wright, '07

H. E. Minor, ' 10

H. S. Owen, '10

D. H. Radcliffe , '11

R. T. Kendrick, '09

J . K. Beach, ' 11

H. C. Kibe, '09

C. T. Heydecker, '11

H. E. Smith, ' 10

W. D . Peeso, '09

J. M. Goldman, '10

J. G. Vogt, ' 10

0. A. Randolph, '11

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ALUMN1 CHAPTERS X Alpha •• Beta Gamma Delta

Zeta Eta Theta ----- - • Iota

. l nht•r-.ity of \'ir~ini,l. - nand..;on C<•llt>)!C. \\ illi.un and ~I an l'ollt·~C'­ !'lnuthem vni•.-er:.ll} t niYCr"ity oi Tcnnl•sscl·. 'fu l.tnc l 'nivcrsity. Soutll\H~'-tern Pn.· ..t.~·t<·riun rniwr... ity. ll anapflen-Sidnt•\ l'ullt:}{l'.

Kappa ___ _

"l'lllUC~,\' l'lll\tl'>ll\'

Mu

l'r<:shytcrian Colle·~<·. Ri('hllloncl Cnllt·gc.

Omicorn

Pi Rho

--- -----

\\'ashington ancl L~·t• l ' ni vt•r:-.ity. t ' n hw"i t y.

l'11111 h<·rhwd

Tau lnan·rsity oi :'\urth l'~trolina . Upsilo n __ _ .\l.thamn Pohtcdmit• lustiltlte. Phi ___________ Roanuke Colle;.!~·Chi • t nin•rsity of the South [l•llll·g,•. Psi_ -------- (~c·r•rgaa .-\gricultural 'lfld :\lcdank:tl Omega Kt.>ntucky State l'olll•g-c Alpha Alpha _ _ Tnmtv l'nllcge. Alpha Gamma ____ l.oui.,iana Stall' t ' ninr!'>ity. Cl·or~ia School nf '1\·danolu~y. \mth Carolina .A. & -'I. Coll~g{'. t nJ\lr"ity nf \ rkan<.;t~. Alpha Eta - --- -- - Floncla State l"nivcrsity. Alpha Theta __ __ __ \\ l' '-1 \'ir~ttnia l 'uiHr ...it). Alpha Iota \1ills..1Jl'i CoiJcgc. Al pha K ap pa \Jj..,o,ouri School of 'liiU.''Aipha Lambda __ __ c;corgl' town Cullcl!('.

Alpha Delta. . Alpha Epsilon Alpha Zeta.._

711

Ril'hmond.-Ya. ~lcmphi~. Tenn.

\\'hitc ~ulphur $prin~s. \\", Ya l'h;trll•..,ton, S. C.

Uillon, S. C. Xc" Clrle.tnc;, l.a . n.allas, Tex. "no-.;vitlc, '[\·nn. Uaa riot ((•S\'illt•, V:a. <lpltl'lita, Aha. Fort Suli t h, .\ d, . Uirmmgham, Ala. l.yndaburg, Vu.


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THETA NU EPSILON

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TAU Honorar y

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PI

fraternity

"To mark in a fitting manner those who have conferred honor upon their Alma Mafer by a high grade of scholarship as undergraduates, or by their attainments as alumni ; and to

foster a spirit of liberal culture in the Technical and Scientific Schools of America."

Founded at Lehigh RO L L OF

University~

1885

C' ll.\PTI~ R~ I,t·hig h L'n i n~ r:--i l \'.

Alpha of Pennsylvania Alpha of Michigan Alpha of Indiana Alpha of lllinois Alpha of New Jersey Alpha of Wisconsin. Alpha of Ohio Alpha of Kentucky Alpha of New York Alpha of Missouri Beta of Michigan Alpha of Colorado Beta of Colorado Beta of Illinois Beta of New York Gamma of Michigan Beta of Missouri Alpha of Californ ia Alpba of Iowa

~fkhigan .\~m·ull ural

Jlurc( Ul.'

Colh·gl·.

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During Lh<.: Fall of Hl04, tile Y. ~1. C. A. wa$ first orgauizt•d at the Missouri :-;chool of :\[in<.:s. Its membt'rship and accommodations al lhat time ~n·n: quite limited. :\m\ tiJ(' .\ssociation has t\\'O pleasaut rooms upon llw Campus and its memb<.·r~hip has grown to oYer fort~. Thl.' rooms are alwa \'<;open, afJording a quiet rrlrc.·at for thost" who can: to use th( library or c.•njoy a social chat. Friday eYeuing is devoted Lo iuiNcsUog talks by tnembcr" of l he Faculty, at.; well as to

relig-ious topics. Tlw regular mcelings close at eight o'clock and the rest of the C.' \'<miug i'i sptnl in games, boxing. wrestling a11d a social good time. The object of Llw Association is to den~lop and -.trcngtlwn both Ute spiritual and social side of student life. rt is not merely the guidance of the Christian forces of the CniJcgc for ont• year that W(.' striYc, uul to imun: lh(' higher training of a bocty of Christian 111('11 for man~ yt•ars of more eflicit•nt se1Tice aftt-r lhc-y Iran.· Coll<.:g-c. Titer(• is en•r prest'lll a fecliug of .. Peace 011 Earth, Good \\'ill Toward ~ltn" 'tmong tht .\ssncialion membl'rS und we hope ntxt \ 'Car to dnubh.- the mt·mhcr-.hip as wrll as th<.· accorn nwdation'l of tlw pn·!->l'nt year.

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STAFF OF THE ROLLAMO

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Editor in Chid

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WILLIAM .\. BAPERIS

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a nd Junior Editor.

St:nior l ~dilor.

Sophomore: a nc1 Social Editor.



EorT c>HI .\ r, \\'l' ...uhmit this hook LO tltl student s and a ltnnni oi :\J. S. :\1. wtlh profu~~.· apol ugit·~ for it ~ lack uf tlwst• quaJities which ~o to ntake a ladful .lltcl hrilliant lil t·ntr) production, hut

''it h tht firm n.·ulizatiou that \\c haw douc out lw-.t. \\'t• "int·cn·h trust that w..: wiU niTutd no om· in t•m ulating tlw spirit of railkn \\hiclt t•haral'lt·tizt•<; tltt· oldtr rollegc publica tions. J.a..,t H·ar'" hoard ahh· dutHlllSlralt•cl tht pos:-.ibil itil•s of '-llt'l'l':'' fo r an a nnual puhlt~.:atwn in an institution of highh specialized tt•t•hnic::JI training. \\ l' bt lil'H' that t'\'l n· stude nt wislu.·s to '>l't ;\f. S. \f. amou ~ Llw h1.•st of lwr chs" ancl \\'t· thinh. that a H·ar hook is tml' oi tbt• hl'"l ml'<liums lor hrin~ing hdon• pro"pl'ctin: minin~ studen ts tht· spl'da l ach·antagco; of our collt•gt•. Jn passin~ on our task to th<: Roarcloi l!lll!l Wt' hop~.· for tht• iunht·r.tnc...· of this \\Ork a" a ht·twfit to till' ~ ri -.~ou ri ~chool oi ) Jin<"s .

.\CK~O,Yl , g D<; :\lE:\'1' \\\· t·xll' tHI hearty thanks to Director 1,. 1 ~. \'otlltg, whu. I>\ !tis inll'fl'"l in our work, lm~ iulllll'<l"llrahh contrihutl'cl loan' succt·ss whieh wt· um\ olnain. Dr..\. 1·,. \lc:Rat•, througl1 .his exll'thi\1.' ac JU:tintanct· ,·,it 11 tlw form er "tudcnh ol tlw '>t·hool, has n.>ttckn·d us g rc:al uid in ~.·outpilitt~ I IH alumui notc"i and in hriugitJg lllt'ntht•r... of the alumni lo our notict'. Tht l'O\'l r d..:sign a-. well as many of Llw tlra'' ingo.., in this hook wao.., done hy ~ Ir. R. I I. H. Butll'r. Jl r. Dunn and )fr. Langsdah: al ...o coutrihutt·d "l'\l'ntl drawings. Th1. inllowin~ adnmdt'dglllt'll lS ·1n· ior ,trtidt·s in I hb honk: l'111fl"•'or L. E \" nung. llr. A 1.. ~h R.tl ll . (;, Audl·r!'.l•ll

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clpportunilit·s iu till' ~l inin~ l'rllfc,..,ion. ,\luumi :\"tl"'· J uninr \linin.., Trip J 111\lllf n ........ lli-.tnn·. Sophurr • ''' II i ... t ..n·


ALUMNI NOTES

By Dr. A. L. McRae.

:\1 r. Charlt·s JJ oylt:, ii•;HH- WO:?., is 110\\ (~l'n~ml .\I~ 11a~tr nf tilt' EspNl"llla )liniu~ ( unt pall v. El Oro, ~l~:xicu, tht grt•atc.·st dhi<kncl payer of all tht gold mim·s oi th~ \'11\irt· \\otld. I p to and including 1!JIIIi, this milw lias paid ~ 10.000,000 gold in profit-. and the uuiJHtl 111 l!JIIIi amounlt-d to :l;l.l,~·q :tOHO, ~l<:xicau Ntrrt' IIC\' or a million and a ttt~<trll'r dollar<: u muut h,

On ll·aYing -;chool \Jr. Ho\'ll· ohtnincd l'mplo\ 111l'lll iu a!)..,a~ ing and '>Urn \'lll~ in l't·ntral Cit v, Cvlo., and Inter bel'a me orl' o.;am pll·t for tilL' :1t ratto11 milll'S nt Cri pplt· C t'l'\ ).. . In Dt·cembl·r. 1\10:!. he wc:nl to ~h·xicu "hNl' lw had <\ \',Hied l'\Jkrit·ttn <'~'- .ts-.a\'t'r. chemist, surYeyor and nlint• l'Xaminer iu lhrra. ng-o, Chihuahua, Zacuttc IS and I lidalgo, \l<·xko: D<.·s Log(' n.ncl Flat Rivt•J, ~lo., :\L'wfouncllancl all(! the Culm It di'\1 riN iu Can.ula. In September. l!lU.;, he "l'rn:d a ... ..1ssi~tant ln )fl. J. E. Spurr. Chil·f r.~.:~>logil\t lo1 tlw C uggen hdms. In Ft'bruary, IIIO(i, h~ we~~ much: Assist all t Gt•Jwra I \Iu Jl::lgt·r of tlw I~'Pl'l'l'nza ~ l ining Compall\ al El Oro •llld has n:~e ntl~ ht'\'11 appnintt:d Cl·twral ~l:wa~~..r nl th, "~litH: com pa 11 y . .\1 r. \\'. H.owlnnd Cux has paid -.;pvdal at ll:utiou to t ht· llll'<·hanit.•al ami l'ln·t rkal ...id1 11i mining ami ha-. been cono;,nltin1o:' ~:ngiiwu fot m<1ny of tlw mo..,t prnmim•nt minim~ colll'l'fll' in Col01ado and ~ l cxico. Ill' ha-.; se-rYNl a-. Ct·m·ral :'lla11:u:~~:r oi t ltl Sil\l•r Lah \lim....,, ~ihl'r ton, Colo. .-h ()t•Jwral Sup~:rinll'nd~.·m nl thl· ~luting 1Jqmrli!H'Ilt ni .til t hl :'Ill '\ican I 'rop1.·r ltl''> uf th.;.· Cuf{J\'Ilhcims. Comulting Enh.;llt'l' f it>r lht ln<IL· (~lllcl ~li1li11~ \..flllljl:tll\' al lndl', L)u ra ugo, .\lex ico.

\t pn·scnt \Jr. Cox i a nH111h1.r ,,(the lirrn Pi ~pun .md (n\: (im·o•pnr tlt·d). (othullitH!, En~nvt·r~ and ~lininK (~t>nlogi~ts \\ ith ollit't•s in \t•w \ ork. t1t·nvl·t and \I~ \lt'o l'it \' .

..\lr. 1. C. Rtnl E. \1., l'\!t.l. \lr. lhicl i ... ·•l JHl':->l'lll ~~~·1wwl ~lana:,:t·• tti lht t'o~,·a\ \\\· .... n·Jll Coal awl (oklo \.'umpctn\ at South ..\k.\k-.,lt·r. < lkla., '"II' rtl tlh· l:u~l''' l'IIJ(111I t ttinn ... ni it.., ~incl in t Itt \\ L ~t.


.\ LC:\IN l NOTES ~ ( r. \\' m.

<'ontinut·d

R. Painter, C. E.. 1'\s:!. Editor and JlropriL·tor uf thl' CMrolltun. Jlo.. Da il Y

Dcnwl'ral. .\itt·r i<::H in~ school he bt:camc l '. S. D~put~ ~lim·ra l SurH·yor in Colorado. Thu1 Ci,·tl Engint·t•r 011 lhl' ~ I is~ouri Pacific Railway. tht•n Count~ Surn·yor of C:1rroll Count~, :\lo .. after which ht has d e\ otcd hirn~e lf to rwwspapt•r work . of which he has made a ~ucn·s-... llc has st·rn:d as Pn:sidL·nt oi tlw ~lissouri Press .h-.ociation. li t ic; an nil 'round good fl'llow and an activt· ami suhsLn ntial cilizt·rJ.

:\Jr. CharJc..; H. Hichards, t•nlt·red in E. ~1. courst· in lHIJO , i ~ at prc\Clll Di\ ision Enginct•r on llr<· Los .\ng-l'lcs \\'aler Work$ Aqueduct , whiclr in\'oln·s the second lnn1-{t' sl lllllll<:l in .\me rica. ~ 1 1.

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D. Crc:n:lin!{ b now Supt'rintt·ndt:nl of lht Cnmpania ~linera Dd Tiro (;t·nt·ral. S ..\. During till n·ar I !l!l ht· w~ l'ngaged in buying on· for the smdlus ul Sau Louis Potost and doing a general custom assay businc:ss. He L'onlinut.·d in lht: a'>-;ay business at nt.riou::-. places until J!)().l, \\ lu:n he took chargt: or till Fortuna ~lint· at TL·p<·za la, .\gs.• and n.·ma int'd then: until Januar~·. 1!10.). ~lr.

Sillt'C jaruwry, J!IO:l , he ha s het·n \\ilh till' aho\'t· t'ompa11y at Charl'as, S. L. P.


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\\'e request that nny uf the Alumni wl111 lllltY !>t'C till.; Oirl'Ctory will hCud us the ntlllle and addres'i uf any person omiuccJ IIV\\Iin~

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AN ALUMNI SCENE


Missouri School of Mines At h 1 e t i c As s o c i a t i o n

·----------~~--~

J. J.

J.

SA\DFORD, J>resick·nl.

HRIGIITO'\ HC\IPIIREY,

R. L. )I 00 K. \'icc- President. FRA~K

II. H<> \r I. ES, T r<.'asurcr.

LI\'J XGSTOX. Phvsic:al Director.

llO \HO OF \\'. G. ST.\ J I L, Captain. 1,1 ~I> ELL Cll E\\'. ~[anagl'r.

PROF. n. CC>PEL\XD.

\\'. U. PEES<>, Captain.

LI;--.I>ELL CILE\\'.

~Ianag<:'r.

\\. (;. ST.\ li I,.

'I'H.\ CK

\\. 1>. PEESO.

H. L.

E. P. B.\ RR ETT, Caplnin. L. R. \\'ALKER, ~lanagc.r.

E.

T\\T~I .\:\,

>K.

P. B.\ R R ETT.

C. CREC<IRY.

C. GREGORY, Jr., Captain. T.

~H H

1.. 1-::. \\'.\LKER.

B.\SKETB.\ LL {~.

CO~TROL

J. J. S.\:\ DFnRD. J. II. BO\\'LES.

B , \ ~E U A LL

R. L. :\lOOK,

~ecrdary.

:\fanug('r.

<••

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r. ·n, Y~L\X.


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COACH LIVINGSTON

.......

--~

It i-; oUt pll'usun· lo put hdurt the student bod\' ::lllcl Lilt alhll·Lil· eonstilut·nts of tlw Sehoul of

~fines,

a ic'' fm·b about

nur \ \Cdlt.•tfl alhh:tic din·ctor .wei Conch, F. C. II. Lh ing...ton. Juh ]a...,t. the State Board crcult·cl the ollie<· uf Directo r of .\thlt·tics for thl' ::\lissouri ~houl uf :\lim-s. -.alan· to lw forth comiug from th<.: State. Fornll'r Coach Holaud being unnhlt: to

ret ur11 und

r<'!' ll ml·

ILis d u t it·s,

tl

st!cclion of Lh·i ngslOtl ''as muck.

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eontrol oi tht boy'>. which alone can product' th<> kind of lcum lhat

\W

wam and always t•xpt.·ct.

I Lb excellem 1-..no\\ l ~: dgc of

football and other athlctit•s, most of which lw l)hl<tined ul Columbia,

and

~ln. ,

combinc·d \\ilh hi:-: practical abilil\ w

rl\'IIIOIJstmlt

ju-;t .,_,· hat Itt.• llteant and

\n~nlcd,

~d

nul

stood him in

good stt•:HI. li is jnsidt 1-.nowil-clgl' of all athk• tit~ wa~ in"it il led in him hv "i\\l'h mrn u.s :\k 1.~:-·n n , Pa 1 ()'Day, Moniln \\, l•:hrig ht aud

lo

.\ndcr~ou .

sa~

tha t

ndtr ('ach of tlwst· nwn he has played aucl ht•l'n coutiH.•d until w<• o.m· proud

tll him we..·

think

''l'

lunt· ont' oi tlw IH:st

c..·naclw~

iu the

countr~ .

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wa~

ll llU"ually

Our footba ll \'letories ar<' 'ilill fn·sh in our mind a11d W<· fed !hut

too much canuol Ill' said of" Li n ·'s" work in hringiug t his ul>onl. let us hopt.· that un({(-r his gui<lan('l: nur otlwr·

Wl· are prowl of hi111 allCI

l BO.~ teams, bas\·h;lll,

track and

hu~kdhn ll ,

may tal--l· tlt(· foothnll team as a hatbing<:r oi YietOli<.·' for the n·m:nndcr oi tlleatltkl ir n·ar.

IIIII


REVIEW

THE FOOTBALL SEASON

l n a few words we might give a resutn~ of last vcar's foolbaU team. are still fresh in our minds.

Their ,·ictories

The two defc:ats of the season which Wl'l'l' adminil'tt•rcd lly the famou~ St. Louis t.:ni\'crsily team and tht Arkansas L'nivt-rsity team, were in a way moral victories, for il s howed 011r boys lhat they were capable of pulling up, against odds, a strong and plucky game.

1t would l>l' hard to name an\ individual )tars. since each nwmht:r of till' tt.:am at orw Lime nr another distingui..,IH:d l liuls<~ IL The F rPo:!:aiaii d2."S colltributcd two or lhret.- mcn of gn~at ability in this line and lhl· fo r a championship t••a m for next Sl'ason S('l'lll brightl·r than c\'l·r.

pro~pccls

FOOTB.\LL \\'.G. ~TAHL

Capt:uu

LJSUEI.L CHE\\'

:'llana~l·r.

Team. E. P 13ARR Tri'T F. '\ACHT'\IA \' J. C CO:'II PTOS A. S. DETWEJT.ER

Ccmcr. Ri~-tht nuard

T \\' BI.AJ.:::E II If )1.\RTJ'\,

~ Lt!il (;uard. Left Tackle

I, lt\DELL CHE\Y

Ral{lll Tockll.'. Left End.

l.\RF.Y

l'. R SCH~I I J)T .\ R :'llORGAX _. • \\' (;, STA HI. ~ C. )I AC0\1 BE R .•

\1.\C( l)l BE R

\ :\Cll'l'\1.\ \ HAHR ~TT

:- Right En<l.

CF.ORCE Mf.:~EFEH.

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I

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Mi\ZAXY lU~I EY

Jr.

H li S\\'E\'SO\. J_:'11. COI.D\1 A.\

F. I>. BLAKI-: ~lARK

CliE\Y DRAKI·. IH 1\\ I.F.S Sl.H \lll>T

Jr.

C. 'I Jt lUES. • CI. \ Y DRECc lin. H . C:\RCI:\.

M" Men.

P. .\ . PHJLIJ>PI

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11

Substitutes.

J J. flOWLES ROR'1' DRAKE

S <~ l ~.\D

I

~uartt·r

Had,

$1'.\ 1II,

I .. \\. ~H>ORE. C l \\ ll.L L\ \IS.

r:ull Back. l{lght llalf ll<tc:k l.th llalf Buck.

FOOT BALL SCHE DGLJ•: :-,[ Loui!> t ·na,·crsit y Smith Academy M<'Kinley Hi..:h lhllcn· A \\'ashiogton l C·ql{' Giratill'nll ~ormals ,\ rkmasas t

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JOBES. STAHL, CAPT.

RAMEY. MARTIN.

CHEW. GARZA. COMPTON. PHILIPPI.

F. BLAKE. BOWLES.

BARRETT. MORGAN.

L. C. MOORE. LIVING STON, COACH. BLAKE. DRAKE. lLLtNSKI. MACOMBER . NACHTMAN. SWENSON. DETWE ILER.


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Jill-


REVIEW of THE BASEBALL SEASON

~~~========~te-~~=========----'!J As S pring again approac hc~ we a rc adua l~o:d by Lha l sau1c old basl'ba ll fever. The a ir is ali ve with t he ring of hats on the horsl' hidl' and the spaL of the ba ll in LO the fielder 's glo\'c.' . All of our s tudies a nd otht•r " pleas ures" a rl· for the tim e.• being forgot lcu as we sit once more in tht- hlcachc.•r s a nd wa tc h Lhe Miner's play ba ll. In th e pride of this year 's team let us not forget o u r last.

Last y<.'a r's t<:a m was st roug in m·arl' a ll positions. ~lan y of lhe mc.·u were crippled during the in \'asion of the Southe rn schools a ud whill· ou r s howing in baseball was not of the best , \VI: a ll tried ha rd and iJ it did uol bring in victories, it made us nume rous frie nd" in thl' diffe re nt Collcgc.·s we.· visited. Let u s hope for a nolhl'r suc h trip in ll1t' nt·ar futun.· a 11d bl'ltcr luck in scores.

Ca plaiu

F. W li,SO N.

~l a nagE! rS

HAILEY a nd BAlER IS .

Coach

E. .F. IV >L .\:\D.

~1

c.

W. PEES()

~l

C. GREUOR\'

lsl H. s. 5.

~I

L. Pll [LL[ l'S

2 nd B.

~~

::rd B.

~1

B. DUS E NB.-\ C ll 0 . K LUC 1'-:\ f.\ :\ H. ~ reC RAE._

~r

R.DRAKE

L. F.

Ji - P. WJI.SOi\

Jl

R. F. c. f~ . 1' .

.\1 H. MATTOX :\[- R. ORMSU\' )1 R. ~l OO K

P. P.

--:{rrt B.

J-1. OWE!\ \\'. BA li ER IS T. EI ,T< );\ J. G0 L D ~1. \ :\

s. s. c.

F. HI.AK E

::nl B. Ill;'\

C. F.


BASE: BALL

IIIIi


PHILLIPS. BLAKE. OWEN.

MOOK.

GREGORY. DOSENBACH .

McCRAE.

ORMSBY. WILSON.

ltli

PEESO. BAUERIS.

GOLDMAN .

E LTON. DRAKE.


REVIEW of THE TRACK SEASON ~-------------------------~~

The track team of last year, while nol st rong in numbers, contained excellent material. Their showing against the Central Y. ~1. C. A. team of St. Louis was indeed remarkable. This team as composed of such men as Forline, l\Iillhouse and others, is considered one of the star athletic teams of St. Louis. Our mer1 held this team to a tie on points. The F reshman class will contribute to this branch of athletics in the Spring. \Vc were particularly fortunate in obtaining some of the interscholastic stars of St. Louis.

\Ve a re justifiably elated o,路er the prospects for tht' coming season and feel that under the leadership of Captain Barrell we will achieve new lau r~ls for ~1. S. i\1.

TRACK \'.B. 1UNSCH, Manager.

TEA.lVI

0 . H. HOYER, Captain.

TEAM \VILSO t\ (!vl) . BARRETT (l\1). BLAKE (i\T). BOYER (M). BUNTEN. FARRAR. 1IORGAN.

GEO. VOGT, Assl. ~ I anagcr

PORTH. TOWNSEND. TRAUGHBER.

SQUAD

Sprints. BLAKE.

BLAKE.

Distance. BOYER.

BUNTE?\.

PORTH.

PARRAR.

~LOlZGAI'< .

13A.RTLETT. LC )\ "ERIDGE.

DOUGHERTY. TRACGI IBER. FRENCH. GOLD:\1:\:-\. H ARRISOi':.

TOW?'-JSEXD. BARTLETT. J\flNOR.

Hurdles.

OH\'SORG.

R[EDE.

Jumps. BLAKL~.

TOWNSEND.

Weights. WILSON. HARRE'fT. HI NSC tl. BOWLES. A. DET\路VEJ L ER. l\1. DETWW LER. VOGT. LA~(~SDA L E.

IllS


HINSCH, MGR. TOWNSE ND. MORGAN. BUNTEN . PORTH. BOYER. WlLSON . BARRETT. BLAKE.

(II'}

FARRAR. TRAUGHBER .


BASKETBALL .. ..

..-

--~

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TEAM.

GREGORY (Captain)

Forwaro

( ~1 )

BLAKE

Forward

( ~I )

PORTH )IAZ.\XY

Cl'nlcr PI ) Guard (:\1) Guard ( \I )

D ET\\'EI L E R

euard 011

TWYjL\S

( ~tanager)

SQUAD. Sl EGjll"\ D..

Jf.\Z.\\ \'.

H.\RR ISO\.

RA~DOLl'H.

DET\\' E拢 LER

F.\RR.\R.

CODY. Pt' DE\\'A.

RLAK E (F. 0.)

OIIXSORG. ~ITTC HELL.

PORT II.

CRECOR\'. T\\'\ Jl.\ \.

p l.

H.)

Kl RTZ. CLARKE (\\'. D. 1 SED I\'\'.

HL.\ l(f: (T. \\'. )

F< JR RE~Thl{.

ttttttt t II II


NACHTMAN . JOHNSON. COASKE. MITCHELL. KENISON.

FLYNT. MORGAN .

SE AMON.


Masguerade Baseball Game At

ATHLETIC PARK

SATURDAY MAY 11th,

White Socks vs. Dirty Socks BENEFIT

A THL E TIC

ASSOCIATION

LINE-UP .\rCt "ST 'KE:'-iL"PELSTEJ\" Cl 'T'l'l I I< OAT CM.;PEH

II ,\ N DSO ~IE II A R R \' '1'0:\I.\TO Cl i:\SER R.\CHA.:\DLE l SA.\C V..\N~V SPI~DLE

S,\1/ 1' I'ETER l ' :\CLE Bl~C DR\' fL\TTERY

FATT\' Itf~LI ~ . SC .~\ RY \VI L 1,1 A:\ I.

Catdkr flit<.: her 1st Basl· :1ud Bast ::rd Basl' Ldl Fit,ltl CeuLer Fil'ld Right Field SubstilLttt

I>.\ZZLll\<i LIZZI E. P.\l\illA:-\ DLI ~

PETE.

SDIPLI·: Sl'Sf 1~. Sl' LT.\1\ or SllT.l'.

Rl. DOLJ>JI FORGETTI. .-\ C\'1' I ~:\L\1 \' .

\\'ET BATTER\'.

Susie's Band will Furnish the Music P.\ R.\ DE

~

::W.

(~.UTE

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C.\LLED ::·1~) .


The Green Cap Scrap

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thllli! tu ~1)". .\ prop••..itiun \\ru; mad~ thl' i"rc..hnwn, tht.•) rt•jt't'lt'fl it ; it"·'' m.ul~ .1cain .:llld rejected and fina lly tlw Frl.';.hmen a,k,·tl for :1 pri\'<HC di!'>CU' iCin It ,,,..,,tllo\\'l·d urultht•y inu~ht.Httong thcnJscln·s im a tinll'nnd li11ally t':llrw to,, dn·i,iun "\\"e accept" ''a" till' \Crrlu:t of th\' l'rl•sident and soou the \\hole crowd raider the ntliC'ial 'li(Jpl\ ,iJ,,p and \\ere· nil lilted \\itlr the grc<>n badJ.:t' nf Firstyl'arclorn . A ralh· round till' ttmn scalt!S rc.,ulted in nrure spt•t·t•ht•o; hut 1111 <lilt' had a thin .... to say until Jnhn Uuwlcs vndfcnttt•d, J' :\11 you idle~ that \\llnt tu go to sch(){•lthis aftcfii(IUil, run thb :t•\\:n .md ynu all that \\ant a ltnc lone man ran the \\rung ll'ay anti Ire misundt·r..tuod. holiday run thi'" Th:u nftt·rnmm, \\ith the Din't'tvr'" t•nnSt•nt, \\as lk\IJI\•d w a lu11iduy 'l'hc· hand headed the prot''''llm, thnt 1s all M tilt• hand C\Cc.'fll the hrJ!N•s ~11111 rt•t•th lht- druUI!'> and cymbal~ wert· then· in force. Aftt·r :t purnde ;lf<IIIIHI trmn tht· pwtt·~slnn wended its w:ty Hut the Lra<:l-., thl'lntgh tht· cul nnd dn\111 into jlalta SpriJI): \'allt•y. StunlsJ Dldu'l t ht'y tlo stunts! John Bm1 It-s ,J~rtin lit.· KHVI' a rousing o;pet•t·h on i\lech:tnl'-!11 B" ·•JIPiit·d to \,tnu\1, nwllu'> of t'lllllllllln life m1d madt a noteworthl' hit in tht• cll'hat~ hy tlr 1\\in~; compari...cm' h.t<.etl till His 'idt• 111111 till' clt•hatc. 'l'ht• qut·stiun 1\'3"- 0h 11dl, no lntlttt'r tht· cluublt•t·t·n·ntril· .tnd w,.,gle arran~cml·nt . \\hat it wa, no\\, uny\\,ty his "ide 11on. 1\ud: th11:n and Johe;. did '"lllll' athlcttc ;.tunb. 'l'lu:it tumbling "3't·xt·cllcnt, cSJkcially in tht• 1111 hill r.u·t·

\Jort tall.. Compton made .t spt•vdl a ml l'cnttcl his t•ntltusiao:;m in otlwr w;1 ys. .\lcncft-c'" tlolll•lo~nt• and son~ at·t \\·on :!rl'atnpplaUS('. IJj, encore \lil., 1 Jl'>t'lll uf some lcn:.:th Wh1l'l1 \.'X hillitl'cl hi' rl·nr:rrkuhk• m~:mory. Tlrt• Jll·~rallllllt' might be ('Hilllll\ll'fl intldinitcly hut "h.ll·.. lht: ll'l:) \\"(.' \\('f(' all thCrt' rr tht•rt• \HI' :111~ om• ruj,,in:: In' na llll' r~ unknol\ n and h~ ckx·rn·s nut to kum\ \\hat ha (1!1\·n<·<l. Tlwn tht· lunch 'fhc !X•phornort:' put up a :;!<J<•!l "JIH.o:ttl tu th<•ir er:-twhill• t•nemic', the Fre,luncn .lllcl tht: \\'hen 11 \\:1" nil gww tlw Junior' duplic<HNI it in ,(run urder ami c\•t·r\'lllll' had IIJ'(II:rdas'ml'n n' ~lll''-1~. Darkness fellnucl icouncl f\:W clt>-.~rlcr ... t'lhHIJ;h unci to "JIMC At night 1 11~ hunlirC' on the Atltlt-llt' Fit•ld with lltr•rt• spn·dlt's, th<' l'olk~t: song' ami R,th's for t'\t•rything <'"lllln'll'cl 1\'llh \1 , S. \1.

' ('hj, x·rrqr 111arkl·•l thl' duS<.· ni tlw hazin~: sc~t5tlll .1nd th1• Fre ... hmt·u \\crt• no\1 a cnmpnncnl part 11£ till' 'ltHknt ll!Hly and frt·t· In ;.:n nut nfkr dark 'l'ht• puint uf view determine~ the wthrc· 1•f tht:.t· ... urt uf thm;.:... l'crlrap-. Lhl')' nppcar fP<1li"h to th<· out salt•l 11ut to the rl ttlll in s.·hoolthey rt•pre"-rllt a lllt':lns 111' kt•c•pin~ ""n i LWihi n ~ ).!11111 ~ mL" They typify tho "hn ng tll)(l'(lltr" o;pi ril \lhidt goes tllntakt.> colll•gc· rtii.'III<Hit'' ch•ar in aftl't Vl':ll~ and gl'lo; th1: loyal c;upp111 t ami rt'lll('lit llmnn· nf tht• 111:111 \IIIII ts "Out.''

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~'A -.. ~.~

Opportunities in the Mining Pro-fession

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BY PROFESSOR L. E. YOUNG

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Tht- last t'enlury has heen t•spcci:'lll\' nuluhle, hec:wS<• of the c-.;;tcnsin: prrHlucti•ll1 .mu use uf miner-.al products. In America during the: lal>t cent Ill') 1hen· ha-. hc:en an en<~rmuus incren-.e in the prmhtcuon of gpld, silver, cnprwr, ll•Hd, t.tllc, iron, coal, petrol£·um, a nd ~as ln fact, unc l1tmdrccl \'ear' a!!:CI the tolnl 'IUtlU; I ;tluc of the emin,• mim·ml rnduMry of the l nited Swtcs wa.:; lc·:..-. titan tht' pn::sem f)TIIIUal value of any nne nf the Cl't' nomic products <munwratcd . ~study of tlw census n.•pt~ns of tlH: t uitcll States will slul\1' that tlunng thl h1st dc'(':ldc the \'aiuc nf llw llliner:ti1H1lpul per t•upitH hus im.:rt.'a$(·11 three fold. 'l'h<·re arc many mdicatious that tins wonderful nct1vtty in tlu.• nunnl){ iuflus1 ry c11ntinw.> 1md probnllly mt•rc-a:-1· in proportwu. In tht-. inrlustrr thl•re ts an inl·rC>asing dunand inr men uf l dentnnd abilit\ for men teduuc:allv u.unNI and con1pet<.>nl tn d irec t mining Hnd melctllnrgic<d OJlet~\lion-;, ami ahll• 111 ">>ln ntany prr,hltm!> '~hu:h l':\11 he

''ill

copt'd \lith he:.t h) thee- gmcluutt· of llll.> miniu)( :it.'h1111l. In ~~·ology , ut1n ug, or('-Url'l'i~in;.;, and met a llur~y tltl·n· arc prrlhlerns nt.:ll tn the ntiniit~ fmternily. there :nc pruhkms not tlluul{ht uf, 11 hi<:h till' nuning ~nuhmtt' 11i tltt pr('l\l?nl tlay mu:-1 solve. These llQ~olvt•d pwhlems nwuu ~rt'alcr njiportllrliti~s.

'l11e gcolugtst ts today .tn importuot factor in thl muwral industry. Ahuosl :111 ui the largr utinin): CIHII panit:s ~·mplilY .,killed men to luok :tfter the sysH·mallc d~:\t'lupm~nt t•f min<•mlland~. to 111\<'"'i~;tll' the 'itructun• of ore hodH'S, ln dt:tl·n11inc tltc prolr.tbility of tlteit l'mlliuuily with dl'j)th, and tun port tlll new findin~~- The wnrk u( lhc ncolo~istsemplo)·cd hy th\· l ' nitcd Sunc,c~·<>lu;:t,·lll f)urv<"y hns hecn grc:lll~ np[ll~·ci;H('d, Ollflii<;Ualh then~ is 11 dcmund among mining t"ompunic-. inr meu wltu han rt:(·c:iv<~fi tlll training oi ">l'\'crtl n·:tr"' IH>rh 1\llh tltc Gu' ernmcnt. Ecnnn!Tfic and ~linmg l~eology niTer J,('Ood npportuniti~·~. cspedally f,,r the '\lining En~lllt'l'r 11 ho rn<tk,·s l{colqgy n :.pccialty. ~ot onl\• at home. hut abo in tlw Plulippinc!>. .\la,ka, Bnu"'h Atlli.'llc.vJ, (uh.l, ~kXtl'O, South Amcnca, Suulh Africa, Auslralin, Siherin, nnd Cluua, then· are opellllii!S for C~c.·~·l.,gist-.. a!. well :t' \lintn~ £n~inc<•rs .tnd ' letn llnrgn;ts.

In all Lands 1he Americ.tn ~l ine ~l.m;.tJ.:er anll \linin~ En;,!meer Ita-. <lt·'t·rn·fl .wd r~:t'ctnd hi:,:h ''·Ilion, I-ll' 1s employed nol only by the Amcrkan conqmuics, but h~ English, Ftl' lldt, and (~um:w ~linin~ S~nd1mll s as well Tlu: Amertcan :\tanager ts nr>tcd ft,r ht:; ahili11 '" .U.'l'Oillph::oh n'l'Uit~. ~ nd hu~ (1111\t·n Ins JHi\lt'T to nrgani7e> aml t~pe~tle ccorwmi~tlly fwm \hsb. Ill Australia, and frt~m l~l I lro 111 thl: l<,tml Th~ dl·lll •n1l j,.r ht~h da"'s mtne supctintendents nnd mint· manH)tt'rlo '" mcreusing : the diOit'ulty l'i in lindin)t llll'll to hll "'''"fat•tnrily tlu Tt•n Thou~'lntl Dt\llar f!O"tti•m.-. The minm~ gr:acluale \\,h•' h:tl' l·njun•d .t thor11u~h 1 r.tmiu).: under ,;:wuml us well :1<; ill till tiH.•ntics uf ~coloj{y, dwmtstry, and cn~mccdn~ 111 11, apph('llli>~n touunm;:. \\hual"n h;•" ,, ::,,.,t) lnt-.mc!i.« tnlmin)!;, atld po~<;eso.,es I.'Xl't'lltivc nililny '" ~~~~~~hl fo1 Nlllttllil;tlly. \liumg method~ mu-;t he chungcd ·wrl arlaplcd tn \arying local cmHittionlo. 'l'hl da\·11i" ruh· uf thumb" pr tt'Litol· ha~ pas:-.ed and pro,~tte~ is CI'Cry\\ here cddcnt E~·tm<•llly Ill 111111111~ .mtl h ncllirh.. lll't.' UJhlcr~tuun1l 1s a~ IIIUI.'h Jll essential Ill pnll'it, ~~~ t•Oicitmcy nnd e<:uJWlll" 111 lhl· mill :utd tlt1.: c;m(·lter. '\('\\ t·xplosh·l'" :He l~lll'! tried · tht! u'-l" uf ptnH:r (hill.. i!o hein~ exh·nclt•cl lflf'l·hanit•al h:HIIagi' i'i n-plactng h:~nd-tramnnn~ and anim.tlJHllll'r: concr<:tc i" repl:H:ing mine timber 111 sume lt>l'::tiiiJC:'S clet'I'N mtnin~ tall., fpr :tdditionall'C:I•JWllltl''- .trlll iiH•n· JHIIH'fful rnadtim·n·,

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Conlin ued Tlw ~un·t·~~ru. trt'atuwnt ni l1111 -gracll' lll'l'S ha.., t. H·tt lP 111iuin., ,, pertn:ll)l'm·y lind ... ~:.~bilitv, whidt pl:tC'i.·~ it, itnnt an Ill\<'''"·., ... t:Jt.npomt, In .1 da ...... 111lh mannf.tt'!lllinr, Tht , ..,,..,,lnlll\' 111 haudlin~; lrmer ~t.llll· tlfl':.: 11,11 d \' 111l'.lll" hlllhl'f Iii<- fror the 1111111', and the 111111111~ l'll);llll'l'f .tnd 111111<' 111.111,1J,;tl' an.· nu\\' abl1• to intrmltwt· l't•HWtllit·~ 111 pn\IU, plant, .111tl gentml tqutpmelll, J,,.,.au~· of tlw lnllL;l'r lif1• of tht• mine. In tla lll.tuu\.t( tuH .md use ni nunin., m.t<.·hint·t tlWrl· '" .1 "t<l1 lit·hl iur I h1 rnmm~ ::radu;tll' ,\111~ m~111 tllal'llitll'r) .,f man) typ~:s ha-. hl'en "ll<.'l'l"""inlh· intrudtll'l'd into lotd~;n land" The inh·rnatiot~<tl rt'llltt.•tiun of Atnt·tkan rnd.: tlriiJ ... may l~t· .\tm·tiran Jllinin,:. llllllin~. and ..mellin,.. IIU<"him:n· j., l"•Jll'l't,tlh llllll'\\OHII\ I• uml in 1'' u·ttl•:.lll\ l'\'t'I'Y nnport:tn: mining l',tllljl 111 .\1111 rit-:t, \ ... ta, .11111 .-\im.t, '' ht'tt'JHI\\l'r <In !I ... :th' 11'-1'11 \.'uth l'lltt.ttor-.. l,b.,t lnrn:H'l'"', anti oro: aushim: machith·ty nl ,\utt·rtran manuf.trtun• an -.ucce»slully u~d almtst \t ll•,,..,l lil'l' pl'r nnt ,,( :Ill' Jl""'thl~ ~'('(liJ<otllte' in ~·wr~ 11ht:H' th.ll nn· dr('s,in~: .tnd sJm•ltin!! :tn• prat•tind .\ -.llJcl~ ,r l:on<lHie•m m ~panish .\mt·rk-:t. 111111111, .mrlntl•tnllur,.y "ill u~-.ult ir11111 tht' uppJi,-au•m ,.( mal'ltiiWI\' ,\lm-:t, ami A..i.t .•u in:elli..,c·nt udapuon oi .\mnil-:tn I}Jll.'~ tJI madlltll'n', ancl 1h~· manuial·turt• of .,pcd.d 1\"ll'!lwt't·r .ul.tpll'fl tn wndi:ie us in thl''c' l'otmtnl'" \\ill pron· .111 .ntr;wtht· nnd ll'tllum·mti\e fidel ior .\nwri;-.JII ~~~~~ rpri"l' Tlw ;'ntnpll'tion oi tht: Panam.t l'anal 1\lll OJll'll to madtitwry l'IIIIIJI'Irtil'' tlw \\l'~l t'O.Jst oi South .\llt(·ril'il I n th.tl n•1,inn Inn~-; famou' (or it' hhuluus mino:ral 1\l'lllth, llhl'l'l' u'mpctt·nl minun! labPr anti an\' \ntil't\ ''' ~tlll·tl bl." ''. .: premium .\llll'rtl'fln t:ll;.,llll'('f' \\hn h 1\l spec·t.llilt·cl i11 111111in;,. nulhn.;, ;~nclm('l,tllut:.,it~d twdnlll'l') 11illlind ttnparalll'lt•d tlppt•J'lu niut·<. ,ts t h l llli twra l an d utlwr ll''"llf<'l'' :1rl' tlt•veloped. \ l llkl·d .tdl,lllll'' ha\1 l~n lll;llll' Ill nrt· liJl'''Hll., pr.tctu·;·, prilll'tJtalh bt:t.m~ of Aml'rtl~lll in\e uttun"' cltlllll):. tlw Ja,.,t "'l'••n· ol ytars Re!>t•arch anrl tailillg :tlltpll', """" thai llll'rt' an· -.till un-.t•lvt•d pwblt•lll'- 111 r out Tltt'H' ttt· t'~tt ttatirut, and tltt• l'""' -.!wets of most null.., indtr;ttt• l'll•nt ly that al!dtliunull't'llll!Hlltl''> an• tlt'cded .tlll'll\lllll, 111\'rit <ofl.''-'l"'J>t'l'tall\' tlltt' ttllllllllll o1111l ('ll;_lllll'f llltlllll.., authhiuU'> th<• lllin., 111.111)' l'UiliJIIt \ nn" 111

an~ltu the l{t>~.'k)' ~luuntain., 11111 )h•\tl.':tn minin~ di-.1111'1". a .. l\dl.t'-111 ~lt-.~tl\111, IIIli\'

he h.uullctl ,with prolit, if unly the prttpl·t sysH·tn ol

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.h 1 Ill' hi,ht·r ,rad(• irt•n •lrC' trt· 1Jt>ing ,·xhau-.ud m.tll\' <il'l'""'l!'. ul lo\\11 non tontcnl "til Ill' dt•\'t'lnpul .wei min<'tl, pto\ldll ...ntlll' l'l'tll111111tl prott-'i., of t•on<.'t'lltr.fltnn c•:tn ) l(• :td:tp:eri to tlw on·'· ThcH· j., lik t·l\i'l· a 11 lnntnn\ nth1·r hm·~ thl·rt•an·l t,..l' "l'i''"rt tnltln lor tlw \linirtJ! itll'fl~t'-lll1. nt,d ui \1 ''llln~; nnd eire""'":.! uf ro~;tl En~llll't·r \\ ho 'lk'l'tahzt•., 111 <ore dH·"'ing. \1\-:,dlnrj!y .tl~o prC.,IIlh Ill'\\ I ;·Ids. as 11l'll a-. tht• 11lcl ltdd-., Irot t h1· t'olltin;.. tnl'l.dlmgi ... t. Thl' clt"'l'lt\el\ ol 111\\ ch llll'lll', .1nl .,jIll'\\ ll"l'... l"r \\dl kn11\\11 llll'!als, und 111(' dl'\c'lllllllll·nl ul u·nii!Jtllic• muhod-. i11r till It· tiiL\11111 of lnthc•rtu df<H'Iul\ url''· l.,IH .lflclt·d llll)'III"C I • tlw lltl'l.tlhuJ.:tSiuf tncla\,lllltlm-.ptr.ttiun tn tilt' -.ttuh•nt 11 tllt'llllm~:\'

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OPPOHTC~ IT IES

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the aspirtng !tlllcltt·r marM,.;cr will h,nd thai l'llitit•nl pn11C'r and e:1i· il·nt 111 u.:hincn• pht) an impnr:aTll part in thl· conrlurt uf practimll) every :-.ucccs-.{111 smcltm~ plant \\'hill· I he rnl'tnllur!,y nf -;ilvl·r tnd 1inc trc -.pletl'lullidd' lou the youn,_ mct.tllurt(l"l 11 ho ,... 110 the outlook fur 1111'-<tln:d pr.. blclll'i, then· .trt• <:vcn mu c P"~ththtll'' Ill tunk '-lt·n, Y<IIHHiiurn, ua.lntum, and thc.> r:~re rnc:tnJ<;. Tht 111\'l''-lh:,ttion <If the propcnit•~> and tlw p\tS-.,iltll:' 11-.e" nf tiH Ill''' dt•m<.'nl' Ita-. prnn-11 anattracti\'C li<•hl for lll.tn\, ao; IH·II ;t:- till' -.tully of the l'l'lll111lllic produt•tlun nl dhty., u dul in thl MI., 'J'his age h:t., bc<?n called an .t~c of cxlra\'aJ..:tlll'l' tht· Ill''' a~t· m:t) IH.· an age nl cconnnn. t\ttl'lltt,n j, ""'' ht:ing l~tllcd t11 the o..r~··u wa,tl· nf thc n.t•ion-. ll''flllrl'l''· Ec,JIIolllll' pnKlucu m mean-. nn: unl\' th£· pro dm:uon a l Iem l'fl"t of unl or mnre prodttcl'>. hut II ~huultl rtl~trl 1he u:-.e nl cH·ryt hin~-m;.~nul<tl'l ttrl' ul hy The l'lct:JIIurg•~l ha~ nuny problem., hdc a· him in the tl'Unumic production of hy·prodlll'l" in col.:e prochll'b, m.tnuial·turc, in cupper sm<?ltm~. in kad and 1inc .,mdting, ancl in iact an tlw lrt.•auncnt nl e\t:ry ore. Tlu: ntih 1atiun ui 1he "''l~tllt•d "w.t'Le h~1t" nf tht· -.mcltin~; plant j, in it~·lf ,, great problem. Electricity rum play., .1 t:rl'.tl part in l't•rtain mctallm:,:ical prrtn'"!'t's; th<·rl' arc mam· imprmeml.'nto; in the upplicuion uf dl·<·tridty lu met:dlt•r.;:y "hich \\Ill tdd <'flicil•ncy ami l'l'~tnunty, :111cl m '>~lllll' in,uance" nt.tke P""tblc 'n Lhl.' 'lllt'hlf "llllll' PJ~t:r.tllctn' nom limited L•1 the lahoJatm). \\'hu .tpprt·liate" lull) tla- upportunnic' iu 1he electric ium.tn·: Thl· t•nurntou-. los" ul' hf<' in rninin~ upl·ration., and till' fatalitit·" \1hil'11 H"•Uit front i.'ontmuccl tmpluyrm·nt an uwtalhar;..ical \\r1rk'- h.t\'~ lorou~hl to the ttll'r1lllll1 oi llw \lining En~;irte(·r .u1tltlw ~ll'l111ur;.•c.• the rmportann In l'o,ll mining thCtl' hav<· bt•t•ll ul and tlw lli'Cl'"'"v for ill< prolcrlltlll of tlw lif1• ,uullwahh pf tht• workmatt n·ccntlv a llltlllilt•r of clisn ...ll'r' 11hid1 ha\'1.' ltrou~ht '" :1 ioc.·u.., th(' s<•:tlll'n•d l'ITurt-. of m.Jny imildtluals .uul t'or pr~r 11 iun., t•ffurt-- to impt•t\l tlw '"'ll'llt nf t·oa I 111111111~ .11111 nunc q·ut ila lion, and 1hu.; to tnakt· c.·oa I llllllliiJ.: k;.o;

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a Y' pia r au mtpnrl.trll part Ill flllfllll~ a ud 11ll'l.tllur.~ila I opt:r.tllnn~ ami' d flor 110 otlwr tlw mintr:tl indu!itrv must irnmediotl·h sec ht it thai th1· rio;k In hft 1'.. uo J.:l't><tll'l in minin~ andl!ll't.tllurg\ than in otlwr nnlu..,lti~·"· nr tl will he. po-.sihlc 111 ~l'lltl l'omp..tt-lll bhur .11 rea..,outhlc rate.'' l.a liur IIIII

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S.JI<•tv appli.mce!< ill l>t'in~ in ... tallc.>d \\hcrC\I'f tlwy 11111 ndcl in any \Itt\' to the J•IIILcction ,,f mirwr,, 'l'hc.· l' niH•d Slate:' Ita-. hct·n t:wh in lhl· tpplkatlon ui d('\'icc.•..,\1 hil'lt h!IH' pro\'cd in l~uropc tht>tr dliricncy in tht· pr" ll·~ I iun ui life .utcl hea It h The l'll~mttr' nf l lw ttl' Xl lltt~lf Ic.· ha \l' I o4:i<•rl' 1hl·m ~rca ter prohl~ rn.;; :tnc I :,:n·.1 h'r

upportunll it•' in I he efiicicn t

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Thl• 1.1 pid tlt•o,t rurt inn of nur fnrhh and lht· t•on.,ccJIIl'nl inrrua~· in tlw pric<? nf lurnhcr h.t' l' clirn·kcl 1hl .tlh'nttnn nf till' Hmltlin;: tr t<k·" 111 hrid cement, nncl "'tl·c·l for eon tructloll JlllfJ"'~'"· Tht· d:t\' .tnd n··nl'lll m:trt·ri.tJ, rol ~li-. ... mri Cll't'UIIt~ in :t rt-J;tcll\ 11 h<'rl' inti i-. dll'.q•, ilrl' d\''l'fl'in~ ut t':trdnl c:evrloptm·Jtt, l''l'l'l'i.tllr Till' l'HIIlJIIctiun lwmus..• 111 rht· imrl•,t,in:: ckmancl rett fin:hrirk, huilchn~ hrid:, and t'l·lltl·nt 111 !'ip.tlll"'lt \uwrk~t ..r tiH' gn•a1 inlancl watc. n \ ,.,..,lt•m "tll ~r,·c· ~lis..... •un nn .all \\:til r ruuh· tu <~lilt· "' tltl ht·...t mark1•t .. f,.r d. 1, prucltt<'IS.md ll'llh·nb C IJllltl \\ill rl.'tptitl'l'11111fl(•ll:llllllininli l'IIJ.:itll·t•ls,lltd mt·tallur).!tsts iu th1• 1·Nalllil' iutlu.,lr\' iu .\Jj..,..,.,uri,

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Thl' ll•ad, tutc, an ll'tl:ll dl'JI"'th m ~li;...,oun It t\l' hl'l'll l'\t.•tt,il't·h \\ ukNI, ;tud Ill tHY ),!rnduatl'" ol tiH Juw h•utHIIu~·rWt\(' l'tllplu\'lllt'tll 111 thl th·u·lopment oi lhe"l' ''-'"''llrn·.., impr11H'I11l'llh Ill nwtltndo.; ui l'tllll\'lltr.Hinn, Ill'\\ pron·"~' in tlw tlll'tal lur,., of lt•ad ancllllll", .tud rht> U'-<' " ' l'llC:.tJil'f po\\'cr II 1\1' 111 t<ll- pn ...-.ihlc tltl'l'tofiwhll \\otking ulntall\ uld 111im•.., nul till' up~:niu~ ••ltlt'l\ tkp•'"it~. \ ... prc\'iuu l\ not~cl. the nwt tlhli~Y nl tim· uiTl•r ... pedal ptnhk·ms .uulo ppur tuntt It'" for : hl nwt Jihu ~j..,• ~li,..,uttll :-;l.'h~tol~tf )lim·~ .nul \letallm~y lhl ljlplil"lttillll of maehint•r\ to 111 11111~.

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thl· j.;r.ultm<l' tol till' mitllll.., ...,•ht·fll Jound ollllllll,.. lll.lll\ ntinitl!: llll'll I dtl'P fllll:l·d prqucli('l thl• l'•'ll~l.l' trninl.'clnwn ) l:wy col11 .,1· llll'll hall' l,thlltl·cl h.tnl, t.uthfnlly, .unl 'lll'l.'l'''inlly ln n\l'fl'llllll' thi" jlll'judin· T ll:lr 'llf'l'l'-..' lll th1' l'ITu Ill \ lt<' attrilmtul l:ll.,l'll' l11 tlllt: \H•rth, tact, humilil\' t•f 'J'lrit, Tlw 111111111;.. ~r.uluth 'f tnda\' 'dll no•' find •ndt .1 prl'jtulin· tu 1111! ll'Jk:l'tiu l ul .. ·dlt·nu to l:l\\ .mel to .!tit)' co\t'fl'nlltl'. :111d l>~.r.w-.<· 11i thi ... ha ....t much ht•::l'l dtalll'l' th.lll had tlw )..r.tdn:tlc ni ll'lt v,·.tr-. a:.(ll .1~ain ... t

Ead1 tit"''' ttr~. l':tl'lt Ot'\\ .tpplilo;Htflll, cadt .tdrli: tnrml 'lltt:<""· llll'an~ lari!Cr llJIJ"111unit , .•md ltl·twr up Jllllltlllin·. 1111' harm·,~;m~ c1i \\:ttt·· J•·mt'r prudun" dtl.'apt·r clcl'llll'il\' :uul jlfl''>t'llt• till.' prohkm ni :hl' .ln'tfll tlnll, till lh"l't•w·~ uf tltl'Jit:r cortt h 1du·, rt'ljlllfl'" ltlotl' pul\\'rtul hoi...tin~ ruat'hincrv, 1ht· disc~>H·ry of lht· rnininl! A<.lhl'lllin('ral indu,tn l':tllll' ul \.'IJh:tlt .:an: an illl(l\.'111-.lll the 'tlllh ol till' nk•t tllur,..y uf l'oh.tlt nnd oi its \l"t'" h 1 .,1 "" n .,., h 1\l' tIll' upponnnt: k' for 1hl' llllllin~ ~r ulu.t tl' lllllhtph,·rl. 'l'hl' 11111110~ ~rarlna tl' "ho ;, a <'1111"-l'f\ ati\l· c•ptiuu-t \\Ill linclthl· \\or!.: ul hi..,l'lw't·n proil...,tnn honnr.thl,·, l'rofit.thk, and tbonnding in uppmlutntir•,

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In .t\'t'I)Jd,Jnn 11i1h a IICII c-,tahh... hed l'U"tuul 1lf ~1. S ~1, Ftl· ... hmcn l''''ll1l the aiJoyc announccm<·nt inmwcil.llt>ly aflt-r lhl' hard ,~;ani\' 1111h llw ''!loy!. of BaUt>ry A" of St. l.uur-., as a vay tittin1-: du ... tr.; l·v~·ut uf that strcnuuu,.. '''-'el.; IK .;innin., { ll:tnl"·r :!'th . At l'i~ht p m . til' :\lim•f':> l)l·;~an to arrin. hringin~ w11h tht:m thl· cldl'atcd Baw·ry .\ team . This 11:t' a ..,i~nal fur till' "dnin];!s" and an·t~rdin~ly the 'ntukl•r hc..gan w11h the j.,,uin~ nl the pro\('thial " ~h ...scmri \lcl.'rS(·h rum' and Durham,' \I hcf\•· upon p1pc dn•ams ht•catm• nunwrnu"i tn eYC?J\' p:trt ol uld Che111 I tall Allc•r :& fl'\\ \'Uiumar y prclinun •nc:~ bY 1he:. 'i... u ,,., t'<lll"l"l iug ul ~~~~~sand m.trrhin,~; th~ nwctutg wal( atldrt'!>SC<I ltV l'rl·st dt•nt .\ lildwll of till' fiH•,IJull'l1 Ill· was fl.'"I'Oildl•d tn It\ lll\ foutllall l'H(ll:tin ni U.tttuv .\, tla anrl thl· Frl·o,hmc·n fnr th~ kincl and ~;cm·rou~ trc<Jtml.•nt ).!iH-11 In" ll';llll, \'(·ry Sllt'l'l. han tllcss ctdf.'r wa" thl1n tllC'Il'd nut Itt all IHl'Sl lll a11d t hl.'

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The lu-.1 'l.·n:-.ollltmal cn~nl uf till' l'\l•nin~ \\;t ... lln pillo11 11~:111 lw(\\l'l'll "Cud.~) \\'ise'' ll:arrison, tht· d1a111 ptoll ptlhm ti~htlr uf \1. S ~r. a11U C. A R. Sutitlt. aspuant fur till' ~llltl honor. Fi~htin~ \Hts fu!\t and furiou", pwtc·tuatccl 111i11 .wtl tlwn ~~~~ the thud 11f •1m· of tlw t·unte<;l,llll't em the mat (~ \ l<'s JX:tlrd uppentlt,_l'' \\t'tl till' tllltluing u( "lock 1 ,"lnr"Cod;y" could nnt ;et UJl IJIIitl' l'llOU);h ~ll'tllfl In di-,turh the spll·mlid t·quilthrimn ('Sta!Jii-.h<•cl m C :\ R h)' the~ ~l.'r\'il·ablc " dnd hopper ...." Thl' prm:, a nursing hnttll•, wenttn (; ,\. R R<' ,llll" , hot h dcm n. Olll'l'. "Cocky" down, fnur tinws (~ .\ R dcm n I 11 il'l'. Rcfc:rcc, Battl·r\' .\ Boy. The "Jll't'tat•'r" 1\l'rt next t{l\'l·n a Sl'il!nlilic hnxin~ matdr lll..'lWt't:n ",hpcn Dkk 'To\\IN·ntl ancl Tltmclnn• \\"a-.hin~ton lli;az, of Chrh Sr nhz \~"' indilll'fl lll ,Jug tl liltll·, ""' 1\ilhnut dt,in.: much d:una~l'. nil in~ Ill till' iat'l 1hat hpt·n" wa-. nhlc: to land quirkly and ~~·I into a dim·h hdor1. 'l'll<'odon· \\',1shiu~ton l'lllrld rN·o\ l'l hilll'l'lf. Thru· round~ were iou,.:ht, ft'"lllt Hl.J: in .1 rll·t•i-.i•m iur ".h(l·n I> it k" nn a fc ul hy "I..' hili." ".hfl\'11 J)icl.:•!i" <'T\IIICh and n ttad.; ''"rc s trictly .\llllrll'~tn, \\hilt 'lhih" U">td thl• E11~li-.h Y~triety Rdcn·P ' llllt'k ' ( hH'II

\\'lwn \'lllllltt>er ht>XU' \\l.'fl' l'~tllrrl fur, \lr l.an):sclall• :uul \ox" :\achtman ~lt:ppl·d 111111 till' rit.:! and f.t\llfl'd ull \\lllt.tlhrct round hunt, :tlr llutd1 \\iruhnill ~lr . l,.tng-.clall ">t·cml'd '"hilt' lu,tmm•hui thl'.t:!ility lw ch~pb yul on funnL·r ucl'a~CJDS ;utcl rl'cetH·d 'l.'\ <:ral I ll( I' on till' 11 1ist .tnd l wltru\\ '· lhfl.'t• rntuuls '' l'l\' fungi II ' " .1 dr:111 Rl'lerct', ·Buck" (hn·n.

l'u•-.1 I'll's! Pit•s! Ra.'iphl·rry peach, blat·kht•JI\', :111d :apple• pit''> 1\(•rc tltt·n hronl{ht nul :mel lnw \ l inn" frnm iourclillc-rwt eating huuS(•., \\('rt "('lt:cH·rl 111 fl'Jlrl''l'lll tlwrr dnh. Hnllhins ICJIH'-.(.'nlW till' " l.ul k\ !'\tllkt, '' fiH•m·hy" !he ''Gmb~tukcrs," n:nvge 1\lcnl.'fcc the.' (~rant ll nuSt• :tllll t\Jc·xiu:-; (~rn:;lwrg, :HIV old pl:tt't·. \\' hrn tht• fllmt·s tch:ttcll a lillk! tt was di-;rover¢<1 tilt• (}qb()ms, uf tht• "l,u~·k\' Stril..~·" harl \Inn in a "hulfl'ttt.•hiu r..m.tc1 a t · hrmkf:r~t · lln ·dry-c~mtC'ht•p-stylc " "Frt·lldl\'" n( I ht '(',.rult.,l'lkl·rs" \\a~ m•xt .111<1 A lex ius Grilslll•rg third. Xt•i!ht·r had,, f.ur li~hting drance l><'cuu'l "Jtrt·nch)" had lot• ntlll'h fnl'ial urea aut! .\lrx uc; 1\:ts olh~·nll ...~· II:Hulit'appt•tl. " I h111~1 ~ G;llll~<·" ~lenl'fl'l' ne,·er rini-.hNl fur t ht '>IIIJ.:h rc•ao;ou Ih:tl pic wns lt"' ridr lnr lw. hlnnd I:! I


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Sr. Palomarl'"• of \!e·d<'ft, .111d "llacht'lur" Boyl·r lll'XI JX.•rfollrtl·d tlw lit~l fl.'\\ tl<m~.•r} lluu:islw~ of ,t fencing ntatdt, hut Sr. l'ulomares' foil hrokt.· and th<' match liukd • •\ft1.•r the f1.·nl'in~ nmtd1, " Bad )le:-;·· (~arcia .nul J•><' 11•,\\ll", tan;.:l~.'l l up in a wn•.,tlin~ match , Hoth \lent ,l( it with a Fr tnk Gutl'h" crouch .md a l'hinaman vy<•. In till' tina t.tll, ~lex ,..ut .t o;tran),lt: buld wluch 11as nry hard un jo~: Tht fall was ea..;ily \ll'x's rm :tl.'l'lllllll nf Jo~.··s lll.'<tk 1.'111clition. Th<: next tll'o falls went to Jol' 11 hn was out for 'lln11rl. In .1hsem·t' uf ll'liiX'llll)' nails Jrw had tu he l'nnl<·nt with trvinJ! to hitc the head niT \lex. lk ncarl.> dul it \fler tlll.'st> CYCnts the party wa:. So.:ll'c•d refn·"hllll'nt., and h' 11-.nal till' frn• t"itr .111 pic plate fight wa<> on in 11 lul'll Prnf. \\ ilkans Marrrcl. '1'111.' nlel:'tinx t•Hdecl in a "1:1~ d~tnl'l', the last of tht• llh:rrv • makl'l'l<•:l\in~ :11 midnight, carryin:: 1\ith thl'lll clwt·a ful ll'lllt'tllhram·c' of tlw Fn:..,lnncn, llalten .-\ .wrl oltl \1 :-\. :\1.

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TIH: lnuch-lmtch:<lruoulh of :\lay 0f I Dill had au additional pot·li<.' iulluenn· ou u~ stu<lt·nt,, making il dillkull to k.ecp our mind" on prN.:be malhtmatic" ami abstract physiral scit·llt'l'"· \\"e were all dn·uming, dn:<llltillg- day and nighl or the· ach t'lllures to be our.., in !Itt froutic·r m:niug camps \\'htch we intended to im·adt• at the dos~: tlf tlw gchool ~car. We ht·ard of Bisht•c, a lilLil• Lnwn near Lht ~lt·'iican hordrr, wlwn· O\ t•r nm· hundred million dollars ''orth of <.:Opper is l{leaued H·arl~ from rductanl ~lollwr Enrlh s ho>om, aut! h\' l Itt middle of run~: more thall l\\"enl \'of Rolla'~ best m~n had st•t'UrNJ positions in tlw cop per miucs of Bisbet-, .\riz. · lll.'rc wt·re a-,~t'mbll'd college me11 from t'n'r\' mining school i11 the cotullrv. but the· n:pn· ..,enlali,·es uf :\1. ~ . :\1. stood at lhe front hoth in numbt;ors and c:tncic·nt:~. compri~ing mon· than otl<! fifth of tht· t•ntin: numb~~r of collvgians <ltld clislinguislling- Llll'lllSl'lv~:s <.Hlmir~1h l y in uptn~~h aud per"I.'\C'rflllce. Thalthe latttr qualit\ was a~ important as lhc first will bt· sho\\11 by a brief dt·scription of ont of Llw places in which we· toiled.

Cine particular p.trl of lbt mine, in \\ ltich 11ewcomers art: tried out, hecamc: thoroughly iamiliar to most of u~. It ih k.nown to t'\'C'r\' mi11er no.; the "hode,·." Hert the \·entilation \\'ClS SO ill'illf1iCil'Hl that OUf cauclJtS lll't•cled ('t;IISlUIIl alll'fltlOll in ordN to keep thl'lll huntin~. The lt\•at wns !-in intcuse that our mmk·rnle dail) eunsu111ptio11 of water amoul!lt·d tot wo and 1hrcc gallon" cad1 and \\'t' were 1,.\: pt hat lwd in moisturl' not only h~ tht t'Xl'l ssh (' pt·l spiratiou, hut a t tht sanw time by thl' warm mine walN, \\ hich, saturated with su lphurnu.., ~mel sulplmrie adds and sulph~te llf <.:oppt r, eonc;Lantly dripp\·tl aud poured from I Itt· roof ou om alrcad} inflamed 'iJ..m-;. \Yhile ot!J,:r nwn S()Oll gan· up•h()pe and quit tlu:ir jobs and old men posi'li\'C:Iy rdust·(l lo work in this plan·. our slud\!nh unllinC'hiugly pl'rseH·rl·d dl':-.pill the most \ iulcnt phy ·i(:al discomfort.

Since lh1.· hos.-;cs well knew that the ti111l' of llw students was limited to but thrl>t· nwnth~. 1)romot1ot1s wen.• slow, but nevenhdcs~ beiore the end of the s1tmmc:r the· ~f. S. ~I. fdlows were all doing tilt kind of work that rcquin•cl the mu~t skill and hcsl iuclg-nwul. .\ltogl'lhl·l' their t·xpt·rit:m.•t in praclkal mining in a rl'gion of dilTicult opt•ration-; \\':1~ broadening and valuable to H future mining cng-1m·cr. So ltluch did the citi.r.<>ns apprel'iate lhl· l'Xl·mpltr: ~ondun ~Uid hom· ...t tll'ortc; of Lht '-'olll·ge nll'll, that Lhc\' in.,lillll(•d a hull in our honor. ll \\<l" a ran• ln!al indtl'd lt1 minglt \\ith tht· IJl·llco; uf lhl Sunil\ Southw~.·-.t afkr lhr\c'c month.., labor and non a~soci:1tion \\ith t ht• inir sex .

.\fler the hall.\\ hich look. plncc llt·ar tltl' clo~t· of tht n1catiou, tlw ~1. R :\L hll\ :-.,among \\hOIII Wt·rt \\'allN Dobh1ns, Ot•Fon>sl Don, J. J. Bowlts, (), \\'. Ilolnn.~~. Fmicn c~l\azo:-.. J. ~1. Haum~arcluer. .\. :.\. Dctwt·ikr, Farrar. \\". ll. Iones, 'Iiles S<:di\\. 1. ll. Bo\\ k·'· Earnt·st \\'andt r, H. C. l!ast, I~dgar \\"oil. P. ~. Judy,· Fred Boyer, Chas·. '1\auher, 1•'. I.. Lonridgc. J. J. Sandford, J. :\1. Dottghcrl~. J. R. Hlaml. \lbt·rt Bl\;tnt, ·\\'inch" llolm. I I. Kimmerlint, F. L. Trcnting and I I. g, \t:\\lOll, hade Hi.she<.• ~H1ieu nnd tnost o( tlwm r~ lunwd LO thc.ir . . tudit•.., with hmll'!>l lriumph and elation. nom· lht \\OI'"t ph,si~·alh· inr t!H hard conlli(:t \\ ith \aturc':-. fc>rCl'" in tht· t-anh':, cit pths. · to

I l is LCJ be hoped that \heir t'Xamplt u ill "uOice tn pl·r. . u:Hk their. nll>n~ ti111id das~ mall·;. l<J l ht mill\·s i 1 Lh,. 'lllllmt•r of I!H 1\.

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BOWLES D013lHNS HOLMES DON DETWEILER FARRAR UAUMGARDNER JONES FRENCH WANDER SfDIVY BOWLES WOLF HASE TRAUGHBER JUDY LOVF.RrDGE BOYER


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I wish I had a barrt'l of rum and sugar :mo pounds, Thl• Collegt' bc.'ll to mix il in, the clapper to stir it round . Lik~· <•\'en hon<•st fellow 1 lake my whi.;kcv ch.'ar. I'm a rambling wn:ck from Rolla Tt·l'h. •\ ~luting Engim·N.

•\ \liniu~. :\l i11ing, :\lining, ~linin~, ~lin ­ ing E n~in et:r, .\ J lining, ~lining, )fining, :".liuiu~. Jlin iug b:ngilH.'<•r, Likt• l'Yrr;. ho nest ft· llow I tak<: m~ "hi~kl'' tit·~ r, £'111 a rambling \Hcd from Rolla Tt·ch . .\ :\lining Enginet-r. I:!S


THE FACULTY SMOKER

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II ail :\1. S. :\1. in Rolla, jJo. , .\11 f Iail .•\11 Hail. llail ~1. !-1. )1. in Roll.l. \Jo.. \II I lail. .\11 Hall. Sih ..:rand Cold lhe colors trt1e ( >f School of \lim.·-.. uf old .:\Ii,,ou, Rnh. Rail, Hnh, Rah, Jlissouri :-\chool of :\ltm·-...

Prof. nl'all Ill' was an l'1l)..rillell·, hl wa-.., lw \\:IS. JlroL D1·au IH: wns an t·ngittf.:~>r, lw wa~. ht· wn-.. For ht iuH·nled cakulus ami h•liH)-.. il out all ti~ht ln u-.., Rah, i{ah. l{ab. Rnh, :\liuing Eng-inl'('t.

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Prof. Ho\\t'll kct:ps Lhc -.hop for us. 11~: clot·-.., It~ dot·"· Ill' <;a'"' big ..,tick.., right niT iu l wo, he.: d•>t·"· lw do~"· .\s ,pou11ding -.tt't•l i" lot~ t>f fun. ht ha!' you lll'tkt ,tllnllll'r •mt·. Chin!:{. \.'hing, Chin~. Clung, :\linin~ E11~int·er.

l'l'l t•r I i mm \ l!-- a Ia ngtta!::t ~hark. lit· i~. Itt i" Peter )imm~· is a hlugtta){t' shark, Ill' is, hv i". La Esp.tnnl.l ha bla IllUC h. h1111 bit'II r ra lll't'S, In ;It·-, \' I lut ch. R:l11, Rnh. 1~<\h, Rah, ~lining Eu~.;iuet·r.

(>h. Cotlschalk mtW'- up til\ dupt. ht dots. Itt· dnl·~. Ol1, Cnltsclwlk mixt•s up lht dopl·, lw dul·s h( dot·:-.. lh boilc; thl· ~raphilt' up \\ith kacl autl ktll-.. tht ltit•k) iJt·-.hnwn tll'<Hl. Ridl, Rah, 1./.ah, Rnh. ~lining En~illl'l'l. li l>ot• ~k R:.H:' 1~ a 11 l'llglll(' l·r, ltl

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Doe \k Rnt> i'> un l'm;_iJWt"r hl· rs. h~ is. Ill tn·ato;; thl· clas-; with dl·rtnl' -;park.., ~111clturns lhl•ln!J..,t< •rs Rail, Hah. Rail. Ralt. \linin\,{ En~itWl'l. t:o

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Oh, Lilchman tcadll''> mini111-: (I)U, lw dm.'"· hl· tloc ..... I h· \\orb it •til ri~ht out with chalk .uul mtkl·s you "lT il with hj.., talk. Rah. Rah. R;lh, Rah, ~Jiniu~ Engint'l'f.

<>h. Gris\\olcl mata·-; \Ott pia\ wtlh rocks, lw doe:,;, h~· docs. Uh, (;riswold mnkl•s you pin\· willt rock'\, ht· do<:-., ht rio<:>-;. I h· \\ ritt·' wilh hi~ hamh J,ot h It it tncl ri~ltt aud plunkc.; down F s "itlt ull his might. Rm.'k:-., Rucks, Rm·ks, Rock". Jlinill~ Englltl'l'r. !I

l'rof. Copt'bnd ll'Hdlc' assa\ ing, ht· dot's, Ill' clot'>. Pro!. Cupd.wct lc:u~lws a-.....ayin~. lw doc..,, hl· df)t·s. llux ~out char~t· 01 l'l..,t ~ nur gratJlt.., will nol hl'

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THE FACULTY PROCESS FOR CANNING MINERS llaH· you noti~.x·d, in Lht Spring titttt·, How the hM began Lo ki ll li nll', H t:'d n!f\•r a lhoughl of exam time, Or the Faculty. •}

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Cood C>lei Faculty! ·l

Culling" dass wa-. all tla· rage. . X l'i l her book or printed pag-l', )Iars the peal'\' uf 1 hb youn~ sag-L·. \Yakt.· up Fnctllty ~ ti The ''ttc>tiCl·~" hegin Ln Ct>llh:, Tht•) put tt dampvr on thl' fun, Thl') \\"(.'!'<'signed ··nirt·clor \'omtg." \£ost Watchful Facnhy' I

•· Plt·a'\1' (.'<lll al my biK nl1il•,. 1loor _\ucl pka~<. l'Xpluinrhut don't ~l'l '<ln.:) \\'In \'ott <.'OII'-i<kr s<:hool a hnrt•" .\11 "\\~·r to tltt: Farull\ . .....

ha11~" hi-. head, Tlun gazes up \\it h faL'<..' -.u reel. lnspiml sudcl . .·nly, l11• sttid · .\o.;k th<.· Facult , .. ·

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\ud ~o tht· Facull', lll~tn 1)\ mau, lh·lwar.:;cd Itt" uiisd,•t•clr.;. · 'uu t Itt·\ rau, · l'i II 1 It,· y aclomed hun \\ tilt a l'clll.

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Who'd just got out of -.ehool, I lc had it lot of big I hid. huok'i, And km·w he· was no fool. Tltc~ !'-l'l hi 111 nmrking ..,tal ion -pin::,, But IH· didu'l 1-.now liH t·nclt·. So tlh ~ ditdwcl him lL'Il nul~.·.., tllll of camp. Ancl ll'l him hit tht roacl. <lh. didn't lw ramblt·. l'k.

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Ilt· ~ol ~~ joh as dcctril· man, Hl' thoug-ln he'd makt· sonw titi. Thev scm him up a hi~ tall polt· 'l\1 put a fl'l'dl'r in. H~: lost ltio., grip aud tumhlt-d hack .\ucl ~rabbl'<l the \\irt·s lni~ht, Tht·u hung on for

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For thl' Rollamo Board : "lu ial'l it j..,. as dillicult to apprnpriatt· Lin: thnugln-. of olht·r' Emt•rson. h to ill\'l'lll."

For Huck Owt"n:

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For \'arious 1\·r'ions: " 1 drink when I han- <ll'tasion and souwlimcs when I hn\'l' no lll'l'<l Cc:rvantcs. "1011. Fo1 " Cloomy Cus" Hak<:r:

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a litlil' slc~p. a littk slumhcr, a litlh· foldin!{ oi the hands to slt•t·p."

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For l'roi. Dean : ".\ngling may he said to l>l' so lik<· t lu.· mathtmatics that it can nen·r ht· iull) h'urn<:d. - lzaak \\ :tlton. Fnr Spolh ·

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Overheard in the Library. Pwi. CoJwlank · " TIH: light in~ chawnn· ? Oh, '<.'s, I han• one:.'' \\\11 , I \\ant iL" Prilll"l'"'{ : 1'. ~. : "I .1111 '' 11liug to let any lllll' ha\'l' H l'lla\\'lll't·." ' \t·s, ii lht) li.~lll for it.'' Prin~·t· s:-.1.' : 1'. ~·.. " Yuu ; ll quit1· t'Oillj>L' l~llt tn light ior it." \'uu h~t \\' had l hl' hoot.. '" long it has gin·u up 1'1iurt''"<': .,; a chaanC'I.'. " 11• l'. : " !{tilly. y ou \\l'rt' spta!..int{ uf a book?"

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Prof. Criswold · '' You should se<' tht: committcl'~ on-tntrnnct·.·· · Is thb tht· Commill-.:t· on Entnmt'L'?"

P. S.

Prof. (~arr\.'ll (l'<t iliug the t:xpc:rt 011 brt·ath analn.i.,) ·

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"n· this man."

:-;tick out ~our tongul'. H 'tu! .\11 righ t , Ito\\ kt llll' ~mcll your brt•al h. \'em· · l l l'H' isH .;amplt of hi'> hn·ath. \ ou may hlo'' iutn this hollll'... To Prof. (~ott' no\\ pn>t'l'l'd tn l he commitll'l' 011 111omlit Y."

Expl' ll.

P. S. l'llkr...,

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room and i" ~n·t·tl'd wit II Prof. St'<H ,-..,, must L'H~aging smiil'.

Proi. ;-;~.·ott: '' Do ,·ou L'at <"•tndy? . o! Tha t io,; good. \'o r pic·? All right , I "'ill pass \ott on c·ating-. An· \'OU a fu<;;sn or a -.t uclt·rll? Studt'llt' Ext'('llt-nl! Take this l'ard to tIll' ~ll·dil'<tl Co111rnitl<.'l'." \ft<:r \\'anclt·Iing through lllllll<.rou ... olht r cnmmittN roonts and being a ...k<.·<i nHm~, 111a11\ qu<·.,tions. our lwro is at Ja . . t sitpll'd up and drags htmsl·li \\('arily into til<· Library \\ lwn lu• inquire•' lor <l pair of "ht•ars.

\I iss lltll<.•r . ..Don l cut that red tapt· on tht· floor in hl.'n', J ha, c told at ll·ast "l'' <.'11 million fn•..,lnm·n to ~o out in th<.· hall and not litt<:r up tht rt·aclingl room llonr. It i' simp!~ :ndul tht "'". thi.., room g<.·ls insidt an hom afll'r n·~istration 1" \\(·II under wa\'. If thtn But I Ill' Fn·...,hman ha.., madl' good his

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'J'ha I o,L.u l., f rn111 a lc\'LI Ia In\\ .\11(1 "I"· 1Ju:y pH·k~:d thaI mtm~· tor it 1-. 11111r~·. lit\' ftiend". than I knnl\,

( lr roof nf krtd'> in plat•c Thl· fnol \\·til'., ju,t I h(' tlllnr ui I htru, < >r

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-tht• boltollt, hl•d nr ltasl·

leH·Is, o\trlwatl, .\nd the f.tt'l' nf a drtf t ,., tltl• t·nd ,,( 1h~· thing, .\ud s.<• \\l'll ..,.,•• t'n""!o..h ,,jfl"

.-\u incltne !-ltoil is hUt lh<ll'~ Mtnk r>nwn nn thl: leatJ ', '''' n pit<'h. A ~~ rai"'ltt um: ;luesn't St:(' tll tn l'are 'Bout 'trikin~ rtrt.· tlt~tl''- rich

,\ tatS<';., lnadt• tro contH·el 1\H• ( lr tu .,Ink~: 1111: .,Jutul

A l'rnssctll runs to L:lpthc ,-ain From 1 pornt thnt'o; p~t·k~·cl no, lw~l .\ tunn('l's alwut tlw sa111e old tld11~. S.• we'll let that ~llbJCCI It:'!.

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l lr. \h R.ll : " ThC' tnp ~nd CJf a lh-illt' Hnill-r is IJight•J than llw lu\\l:r c·Jt<l.' '

IJam : ' lhl\t•n' t Y"ll don~ that prnhlt•m nt ')'' J uniot : \o. t hi:-- j.., the lit":"l time I l ' \l'r look l Jtj..., :--uh_jt·1..'l. "

Trams : "lith~ ... un W<:rt madt· of anthracil<' coal how lon~ would it Last >' l,1.:lllllling · (.\ftt•r Th<:rmo) : "It would cltpcucl upon 1\'ho was firing and whl'thcr or not Itt• kt•pt tIll' a s hes shook down. " l >ohhin.., : " \\'til, ducLor. docs lhal lllt':t ll that Lht·y r<.' pl.tt'l llw waltr goillg' O\'t'r \iagam

Fall.., ll\ coal ?" \lost . "Xo\\ t lu otJI) thiug I don't kncl\\ in 'l'hlllllc} is !h. ~ l d{;tt•: " \ ou nre ltt~·k\. if lllu t is the o 1JI \ l iJ illg \ n11 dou ' t kltow."

l'rof. ( ~ol·lschalk: oi a :--lm' t·. ' For .\lo"l':

Xo , I am not l r; 111g to raist• :1 ht·nnl. I am lJ' 111g to raist l ht· pnt'L

''Tht•rt· an.· lots ui thin~s ont· lll'\'t•r h·arn . . at "dtool."

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\\'l'll, ht n· conH::. Smith, thut nm!..t•.., til<. l\\tuty tllnT ,111 rigltl. .\Ita, glad \'OU canH·, J suppm.t· \'Oil h.tH" .Ill im,.otltn "hat tht l'<]U:lllonot a parabola ~lr. Smith. You can hdp us. that is right Smith. .\11 right 110\\ \\t•'ll wc•rk nut .1 fc" Iilli<.· , .\h > trlt''\ lht· at igin m io.;,

\\'<.· ".tnt to g<.·L 1he ->hap<. oi a nttm: <.'at \\ hich \\'ill ht "t'lf dtunpillg and "<.If right in~. in clllh.'r \\ ords top lwa ,.~ whut iull all( I bot 1om hl ,1\ ~ '' h<.·n ( 111 pt'. " l lcm do \llll g-l'l lh<.· ar<.·a ni a p:.n :tlhlla ? \\"hat 1 :\11luuh· knu\\s! l)h tl<.·ar 1 <>II ::: 1 ! 1 ~I Y CUU J) \ J~:ss ' ~ : : I d hC'Ut·r It"! 'nnt<.· ol you t\·llow ... '' a<;ll' ~our timl' '"ll1<'\' hen· I haH to<.':trt) ~ou around lik<. -;o mall\ -..ad,::. of mt·al: !:: \1111 clun ' t S<.·t•ut to <.'an: what )"II do m \\hal you don't dn. \\",mtto ~~:.t l111" ...,tutT b~ aJ...,mption .!!! llumph:!: 1 I h:n't' to H<>\ Jo: :111d if you waul to g'Cl it ~ 011 n· gcll lo hom· lor~ . Hang ! : Ban~: ! I 1)1 till' icll't, l'll'. t•lt'. a { IIi\ <.: rstl ,.

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I hLIH '1: tllat ">OIIlt' of yon ldlo\\'' \\ill put htt·tdlt'~ Junking for bt·ads on the hal.llll't

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Smith \Ottr\· oiT lhv t !':t<.'l... can :ut~h~tcly tt·ll \\hal'._ tlh· maltc·r \\itlt 'lr. :'mith \\ork' ~~~. !Had., I am Hiraid that ... \Hon~. 'l'lll' futlllnlo~ j..,, a ... I n·llll'tllh<•J il. I'\' l'IJitaJ.., \\ ( r. :\t)\\ l'all \'011 do it? .\11\ iurtlh I qm·... lion ... • \\\II. all ht• lllt' JI•lll'd 1111 thl''l Ill '1\ l 111111 and \\<.•'11 han• a quiz.' ' "~ Jr.

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E D. J. KOCH

B. H.RUCKER

D. E. COWAN

Attorney-at-Law

Asa' \ CMh•er National Bnnk of Rolla

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Brightbo\', what dul'S C.. ' l~ood. mud1 lmd. "

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Prof. Jlasonrv · "Ho" do vou mah.l· a "all watt:r proof?' ' Hob: ''\~~ash it with -.oup.'' Prof. ;\1.. '' What kind of !'oap?" H oh; " 1von•, I reckou." TIH: two most opposite fl'llows in ~clwol, l ~u nur and ~t· t:r.

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.\nd\'. (handling some asbc~tos doth) II\ ncs · " To he lmriL•d in,..

"I think that I will ltaH· a "uil of this '

'· b Chook l'Omi ng back to school? · F<'lh.:- "Yc-;~ \'ou can't keep that man fro111 gl'lt in;;- an L·dm:alion."

Chid::L·n

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intl'n•sted in Chark•!- Dudll'\ \\\tnll'rs' Hunk, '· ~ly wintl·r on tlw Nil<.•. "

"Then arc l wo kind" of pt>npl<.·

Prof. Dean:

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Of all sad words, of Loung<: or pen. ThL• "adcll''>l an· t hl''>l':

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Di rl'clor \' oung:

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(to a pondl<.• which has strayl·d imo tlw cia"" room)

Prof. Dean : man.

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Dean: " Humph ! .\ bunch of you haH· missul your calling h) taking ~fining. should ha\'l' joined thl' nav~ ," Studl·nt: "\\ ' hy> \Yater on the brain'" :\o, ~o many of you a rL ·c· m<·n. Dtan:

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why do n ' t you gl't your old fril·tH I Sltt·rlock ll oltn(·s to materialize">"

Then· arl' too manv R ip \'au \\ inklt•.., aromulthis plal'l' ...

".\11 I ask of \ ' OU is lo h:wc faith ." Que"tion. '' \\"ell [ hope he has the eharit~ lnr tlw gan~...

" I wanl vou to c:ompute tlw, alut of big I in thi ... prohil·m. hl dillicull, for most pt·opk haw no troubll' in l'!>timatin~ that."

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JU~t <111 ordinar~

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It i!i a good thing for tile Faculty that the Blue Bird dol!sll'l prosecute trt:spasscr-;.

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[>rnf. " lh•d" Barrell, physical dir~clor at tht ~olclil·r s Jlnnw al St. JanH:s made u" a t•:tll

\T-..tcrda'. of till' ~1. S. :\1. j.., Dr. Bm' ks is lakin~ the Kt·tll' \' cut\·. Dinl'tm Jolm

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Prof. Copeland: (In new ~Ictallw·gy building, not y<:t supplitd with seal c;.) " 1 wish \' OU to uuderstaud, geuUcmen, that mt:rely becaus~.· we use hon..c-.; ior ·catc; in class t hal thi~ win not be n prL·L·ed~nl allowing the US(· of ponies iu exHms." "\\'hat is allotrophv?" \' erbosc Frl'shman: "ll is lhr fonuation uf a rorm of \.'arbon tha l re!\ultc>d from greaL

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pressure aud heat upo11 thL· plant<; and commenc('d many year" ago n'Mllliug iu Lhe diamond, n priceless gl'm." Fond Parent: (To ~I. S. :\f. 'II graduat(•) "\\"(•11, sinct• ) Ott have linisltl•d I suppo~l' \ 'OU know all about mint>s and mining." Youth: ''There is just 011~ thing l don't quilc set· through vet." F. P: · \\"hal's that?" Youth: "I don'l ~t'e how lhey grllht ~old .Lnd silwr and copper and otltt·r thing~ out of th<: ground.'' (Tu Pollanl wlto doesn't want lo be spOkl'tt to)

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(Speaking ~o Boh Cop<'land, who hurl just n•gi . . tcr;d J • .\re you ~1 r. Copeland,.. "\o, ~ir. he io; in hi~ cla&s room but I am hi . . litth· brolhl•r."

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Prof. Griswold (the morning after lht: Fr('slumlll Smoker) . "r Sl't: h~ a caJ-toon on tlll' board Lhat som~:one was exposed to lhe Ilt'bular hypothesis. I should judgt• by his appearanct·

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Bill: "\\'hut course.: \ ' OU takillg, Spon-,., .. SpotTy: "Oh. I am taking n g-raduate courst: h1 Kitllll')' lllalics."

Query on board in Prof. Gri~\\Old's room. "\\'h) is a RCick?" Prof. Griswold:: " I prtsume lhal Lhis i~ a question for tht• instructo1 lo answer. 1 mi~ht sar that the ulterior purpose of a Rock i!> lo tUake lht~ way of lilt tram;g-rl'Ssor hard ...

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Buck Owt·u says that ht i" a poor <>lr;:negj t \\ hu cannot lim! a o;af<. hiding placl· ior a cigarl'ttr "bull" between class('s.

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