Daytonian 1939

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J ACOB C. BAKER ........... Editor• i n•Chi e/
S P RYA .......... A ss ociat e Editor
W. HAYES Ph otograph y Editor
GE W. H MM .Business Manager
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A PORTRAYAL OF DAYTON LIFE IN PICTURES AND TYPE HONORING THE FIRST CO-ED GRADUATING CLASS. PUBLISHED BY THE SENIOR CLASS.

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WE SALUTE THE PIDNEE

WHO HAVE MADE DAYTON U. A BETTER PLACE

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C:0-EDS LIVE AND LEARN
PART ONE

GUID ES TD LEARNING

UNIVERSITY IN PIC:TURES

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ADMINISTRATION

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Rev. John A Elbert, S .M. The Seniors March In The Stage ls Set The President Speaks

R ev. John A. Elbert, S.M., assumed the duties of president of the University of Da y ton following the annual appointments of members of the Society of Mary in A ugust, 1938. At the same time his predecessor, Very Rev. Walter C. Tredtin , S.M. , was e levated to the position of provincial of the Cincinnati pro v i nce, to which the U of D belongs.

Th e formal inauguration of Father Elb e rt in December marked the first time in th e his to r y of the university that a president was inducted into office with full aca d emi c pomp and splendor. On this occasion Father Elbert received the h omage a nd fe licitation of many delegates who had assembled for this purpose from the leadin g institutions of hi gher l earning and learned soci e ties in this country

Father E l be rt has shown hims e lf k eenl y aware of the dangers threatening present-day edu cation and adheres strongly to th e b e lief that democracy errs in seeking to ove rthrow th e po sition of education as the ari s tocracy of the intellect. Being a ge nuin e " mixer ," h e has won the admiration of faculty and students alike Con tinuin g the task b eg un by his predecessor in building a " Greater Univers it y of Da y ton, " he announc e d late in February the establishment of a graduate sch o ol in education and Engli sh , enabling the university to offer master's deg r ees in th es e fi eld s .

As Fa th e r E lb ert approa ch es th e close of his first year as president of th e Un i versity of D ay ton hi s s terlin g executive qualities become more manifest. W h at he h as a ccomplish ed durin g this short period supports th e prediction that his regime w ill b e mo s t fertil e in produ cin g new and better thin g s for the univers i ty, thus eff ec tin g th e r ealization of th e full educational potentialities of th e Uni versi ty o f Da y ton , as we ll as adjustin g and r emolding existin g fa ciliti es to m ee t the nee d s of a chan g in g edu cational sys tem

Prof. L ord of Oberlin and Orv ille Wrig h t at the Dinner Predecessors- Fathers Tredtin and O' ReillyCongratulate the N ew President D ele gates Join .' 11 t!., ,, Tri/. ,u:1:n

For the past 15 years Rev. George J. Renneker, S.M., has held the positions of vice-president, registrar and dean of men at the University of Dayton. He has held his posts through the reign of three presidents.

Father Renneker's friendly advice on curricular and extra-curricular problems has been invaluable to the students. His philosophy as an educator distinguishes him as a conservative "never catering to passing academic fads at the sacrifice of the truest and best in traditional standards and proven methods."

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Rev. George ]. Renneker, S.M.

REV. FRANCIS J. FRIEDEL, S.M.

Dean of College of Arts and Sciences

Director of Evening Classes

FRANCIS J. MOLZ, S.M.

Associate Dean

Head of the Division of Science

HERMAN J. BRENDEL, S.M.

Associate Dean

Head of Division of Business Administration

MATTHIAS HAAS , S.M.

Dean of College of Engineering

SISTER MARIE ST. ELEANOR, S. .D.

Dean of Women

WILLIAM A. DAPPER, S.M. Treasurer

CHARLES LEONARD, S.M. Purchasing Agent

Tor: Bro. Charles Leonard, Bro. Willi.am Dapper, Bro. Francis Molz.

BOTTOM: Bro. Herman Brendel, Bro. Matthias Haas, Sister Marie St. Eleanor, Rev. Francis Friedel.

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BOARD OF TRUSTEES

VERY REV. WALTER C. TREDTIN, S.M., Chairman

BRO. BERNARD T. SCHAD, S.M., Vice-Chairman

BRO. GEORGE DECK, S.M., Secretary

REV. ANDREW L. SEEBOLD, S.M.

REV. JOHN A. ELBERT, S.M.

ASSOCIATE BOARD OF LAY TRUSTEES

Officers of the Board

JOHN Q. SHERMAN, President

MICHAEL J. GIBBONS, '99, Secretary

HUGH E. WALL, '88, Treasurer

Ex-Officio Members

VERY REV. WALTER C. TREDTIN, S.M.

Provincial of the Society of Mary, Dayton, Ohio

REV. JOHN A. ELBERT, S.M.

President of the University of Dayton, Dayton, Ohio

BRO. WILLIAM A. DAPPER, S.M.

Treasurer of the University of Dayton, Dayton, Ohio

ALUMNI MEMBERS AND MEMBERS-AT-LARGE

Harry C. Anderton, '09, Dayton, Ohio

Edwin C. Becker, '11, Cincinnati, Ohio

Harry C Busch, '96, Cincinnati, Ohio

James M. Cox, Jr., Dayton, Ohio

Howard Egbert, Dayton, Ohio

Victor Emanuel, '15, New York, N. Y.

Harry F. Finke, '02, Dayton, Ohio

Samuel L. Finn, Dayton, Ohio

Michael J. Gibbons, '99, Dayton, Ohio

William Hartman, Dayton, Ohio

Carrol A. Hochwalt, '20, Dayton, Ohio

Martin C Kuntz, '12, Dayton , Ohio

Oscar C. Miller, '92, Chicago, Ill.

Joseph F. Odell, Dayton, Ohio

George Quatman, Lima, Ohio

Charles A. Reiling, Dayton, Ohio

W. S. Robinson, Dayton, Ohio

Louis B. Rock, Dayton, Ohio

John Q. Sherman, Dayton, Ohio

Hugh E. Wall, '88, Dayton, Ohio

George Walther, Dayton, Ohio

Joseph Westendorf, Dayton, Ohio

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Bro. Arns Bro. Bellmer Bro Biermacher

Mr. Chamberlain

Bro. Beck Bro.Belz Bro. Bishop Mme. Fauvet -McLaughlin

FACULTY

REV. JOHN A. ELBERT, S.M., M.A., Ph.D. President

REV . GEO. J. RENNEKER, S.M., M.A . Dean of Men , Registrar, Philosophy

REV. ANDREW SEEBOLD , S.M., M.A Director of Mount St. John

SISTER AGNES IMMACULATA, S.N.D., M.A.

Instructor in English

CHARLES ARNS, S.M., B.S. Head of the Department and Professor of Accounting, Advertising

HARRY BAUJAN, B S.

Athle ti c Director

REV. EDMUND BAUMEISTER , S.M., M.A.

Assistant Professor of Edu ca tion

WILLIAM A. BECK , S.M., B.Sc. , Ph .D. Professor of Biology (Leave of Absence, lns titutum Divi Thomae, Cincinnati, Ohio)

WILLIAM J BELLMER, S.M , B.Sc., M.A. Head of th e Departm ent and Profess or of Mathematics

CHARLES J BELZ, S M. M. Ci.E. Head of th e Departm ent and Professor of Civil Engineering

NORBERT BIERMA CHER , S.M., M.S c , Ph.D.

Head of th e Depa rtm ent and Professor of Chemi stry

A THONY BISHOP, S M., B.Sc , M.Sc. Instructor in Chem istry

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FAC:ULTY

HERMAN J. BRENDEL, S.M., B.S. in Educ , B.S in Com , M.A

Assistant Dean, Head of the Division of Business Administration, Head of the Department and Professor of Finance and Banking

ERNEST BROWN, B S. in Ci E. Instructor in Civil Engineering

J. J. CHAMBERLAIN, JR., C.E., M.C.E . Assistant Professor of Civil Engineering

JOAN J. BRUSMAN CONNELLY, M.A. Instructor in Speech and Dramatics

SISTER EILEEN MARIE, S.N D., M.A. Instructor in History

CONSTANTINE J. FECHER, B.A., Ph.D. Assistant Professor of Mathematics

MARIE NORDENBROCK FECHER, B.S. in Music Instructor in Music

REV. WILLIAM FERREE, S.M., M.A. Acting Head and Professor of Philosophy

REV. FRANCIS J . FRIEDEL, S.M., M.A., S.T.D. Dean of th e College of Arts and Sciences , Head of the Department and Professor of Sociology

MICHAEL B. GRANDY, S M., M.S c., Ph.D. Head of the Department and Professor of Physics

JEROME GIBSON, M.A. Head of the Department and Professor of Psychology

GARTH EDGAR HECKMAN, B.A., M.B.A. Instructor in Corporation Finance

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Mr.Fecher Bro.Grandy

Major Keltner Bro.Knust

Mr. Gibson Bro.Hofman Bro.Klug Bro. Kohles

Mr.Lane

Mr. Leary

FACULTY

MATTHIAS HAAS, S.M., M.Sc., Ph.D.

Dean of the College of Engineering, Professor of Chemical Engineering

THEODOR HEIMANN Instructor in Voice

ADAM HOFMAN, S .M., B.Sc. Head of the Department and Professor of Mechanical Engineering

JOE FRANK HOLSINGER, B.S. Assistant Coach

Mr. Ludewig

Bro. Miller

Fr. Langhirt Fr. Leimkuhler Siste r Marie Fidelis Sgt. Monahan

MAJOR EDGAR H. KELTNER, U. S. Army, B.S Assistant Professor of Military Science and Tactics

LIEUTENANT-COLONEL DAVID R. KERR, U. S. Army, A.B. Professor of Military Science and Tactics

AR OLD KLUG, S.M. Prefect of St. Joseph Hall Annex

EDWARD KNUST, S.M., M.Sc. Professor of Engineering Drawing, Ma th ematics

GEORGE F. KOHLES, S M., M.A. Assistant Professor of Journalism

WI THROP D. LANE, B.S. Instructor in Accounting

REV. FRANCIS LANGHIRT, S.M., M.A. Assistan t Professor of Philosophy

DA IEL L. LEARY, Ph.D. Head of the Department and Professor of Education

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REV. EDWIN LEIMKUHLER, S M. , B.A Head of the Department and Professor of Religion

FRANK M. LUDEWIG, B.S . in Educ , M.A. Instru ctor in Art

SISTER MARIE ST. ELEANOR, S.N.D., M.A. Dean of Women, Head of the Depa rt • ment and Professor of Hi story

SISTER MARIE FIDELIS, S.N.D., M.A. Assistant Professor of English

REV . ROBERT MAYL, S.M., M.A.

In stru ctor in Latin and Spanish

MADAME SUZANNE F AUVETMcLAUGHLIN, Professeur de Francai s a l' Etranger Associate Profess or of French

RALPH MILLER, S M. , B.Sc. In stru ctor in Physics

FRAN CIS J. MOLZ, S.M., M.Sc., Ph.D. Assoc iate Dea n, H ea d of th e Divi sion of Science, He ad of th e Depa rtment a nd Professor of Biolo gy, Prefect of Alumni Hall

SERGEANT CH ARLES MONAHAN, U. S. Army

In s tru c tor in Military Science and Tactics

RE V. LA WREN CE MONHEIM, S.M., M.A. Assistant Professor of Reli gio n and Sociology

JO SEPH MUENCH, S.M., B.Sc., M.Sc., M A. Ass istan t Registrar

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Fr. Monheim

Bro Paff

Bro Price

Mr. Reichard

Mr. O'Lea r y Bro. Perz Bro. Rappel Bro. Rose

1 FACULTY

Bro. Saletel

Mr.Snyder

Bro. Weber Bro. W ohlleben

Bro. Seyfried Sgt. Southall Bro. Wehrle Fr. Mayl

FACULTY

EDMUND B. O'LEARY, B.S ., M.A.

Head of the Department and Professor of Marketing, Economics, Banking and Finance

R. D. S. KARA OSHANA, M.A Instructor in Politica l Science

FRED G. PAFF, S.M.

Pretect of St. Joseph Hall

JOSEPH J. PANZER, S M., M.A. Instructor in History

ROBERT PAYNE, B.S , Ch.E Instructor in Insurance

JOHN R. PERZ, S.M , B.A., M A , Ph.D.

Head of the Department of Modern Languages, Professor of German, Spanish

THOMAS L. POITRAS, S.M , M .A., B. Music

Associate Professor of German, French (Leave of Absence, Sorbonne, Paris)

THOMAS J. PRICE, S M., M A. Associate Professor of English

ULRICH J. RAPPEL, S.M., B.A , M.Sc , Ph.D.

Head of the Departmen t and Professor of Electrical Engineering

MAURICE REICHARD, B.A Instructor in Music

LOUIS H. ROSE, S.M., B A , M.Sc.

Associate Professor of E lectrical Engineering, Mathematics

FRANK J. RUHLMAN, S M., B.A. Librarian

LOUIS SALETEL, S .M ., Ph.D.

Associate Professor of Earth Science

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FACULTY

JOSEPH SCHICKER, S.M., B.Sc. Assistant Prefect of Alumni Hall

JOHN SCHUETZ, S.M , B.Sc., Ph.D. Professor of Education

ADAM P. SEYFRIED, S.M., M.Sc., Ph.D. Associate Professor of Biology

M. EUGENE SHIELDS, B.A , C.P.A. Instructor in Accounting

BARTH J. SNYDER, B.A., J.D. Instructor in Accounting, Business Law

SERGEANT JAMES R. SOUTHALL, U.S. Army Instructor in Military Science and Tactics

HAROLD THOMAS, B.S . in E.E. Instructor in Mathematics

LOUIS TSCHUDI, B.S. in Education Assistant Coach, Physical Education

ANDREW R. WEBER, S.M., M.S. in M.E. Associate Professor of Mechanical Engineering

WILLIAM 0. WEHRLE, S.M ., M.A., Ph D. Head of the Department and Professor of English, Speech

WILLIAM J. WOHLLEBEN, S M., M.Sc., Ph.D. Head of the Department and Professor of Chemical Engineering

VINCENT WOTTLE, S.M., M.S. Instructor in Chemistry

Bro. Panzer Mr. Thomas

Fr. Baumeister Bro. Wottle

Lt.-Col. Kerr Sister Agnes lmmaculata

Fr. Ferree Bro. Schicker

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PART TWO

LEA RNING TD LIVE

GRADUATES IN PICTURES

OFFICERS

THOMAS MANNING President

DONALD CoAN _____________ vice-President

MARY GRAZIANO _______________ Secretary

JACOB BAKER _____ Treasurer

MEN AND WOMEN OF TODAY

Checking in four years ago from a considerable variety of localities and climes, we were the first freshmen to wake up and find women in our midst. Some of us, still a little prudish from the strictly stag days , gave them their own classrooms and sat back to await results. By the time we were perspiring through the annual military inspection spring had arrived and the campus, replete with flowers and trees developed an epidemic of sighing couples swearing undying love.

Returning that fall, we weren't the usual sophisticated sophomores - we merely enjoyed a true appreciation of our worth. As proof we put men in every activity and invented a couple of new ones so the ladies could get in too.

Came our third year and Martin and Steffen took over management of the Exponent and News, the latter pulling down an all-American rating; Manning, Niehaus and Wagner divided among themselves a bunch of all-Ohio and allBuckeye ratings; and the girls began to get into a few heretofore masculine classes.

Returning for the last time to find President Tredtin succeeded by capable Fr. Elbert, time flew, bringing with it a kaleidoscope of inauguration , second reign of Homecoming Queen Mary Graziano and a series of school radio programs. By this time the fair sex had moved in, bag and baggage, becoming full-fledged coeds. Announcement was made of a graduate school to open in July. And now we're ready to step out into a troubled world, better able to face it for our four years at U.D.

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TYPICAL SEN IOR S

We present herewith a representative group of seniors you didn't expect to meet. Most of them haven't gotten a lot of publicity, but through their loyal support of U. D. and its activities have helped make this senior class one of the greatest in the school's history.

For in s tance, Joe Andrasik was a rifle team member for three years and played football for four , besides engaging in quite a few other activities. Bill Buehrle hasn't quite managed to hid e his light, either, beams having been seen through his four years with the band and with the rifle team.

Paul Wagner is well known for his prowess on the gridiron , and especially the lately-earned alternate all-American rating, but he isn't so famous for his high scholastic rating in the electrical engineering department. He was soph preside nt, too.

Jimmy Pflum, Damon to Ray Fitz's Pythias, was a real Joe Co lle ge . Ray , meanwhile, managed to make high grades in chem ica l engineering despite the long hours spent at footba ll.

Tom Ryan is familiar for his activity on the Daytonian, first as photography and then as associate editor. Rolly Myers hasn't been heard from a lot, but he's been busy coaching various hi gh school football and basketball teams.

Jim Krumhansl might be called the class genius, majoring in electr i ca l engineerin g and clarinet. He builds radio s too, havin g disturbed more than one class with a little portable job he constructed. Head of the Spirit committee , Johnny Ha_cker has been occupied with inoculating students and teams with the will to win.

Last but not least is Frank Lasar, president of the student chapter of the American Society of Civil Engineers, and an outstanding intramural performer.

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Myers Ryan Andrasik and Buehrle

JACK L. ALTER DAYTON, OHIO Pre-Medics

Sigma Delta Pi, Treasurer, '38, President, '39; Sigma Delta Pi News, '37, '38

JOSEPH ANDRASIK Business DAYTON, OHIO

Football, '36, '37, '38, '39; Monogram Cl ub, '39; Intramural Sports, '36 , '37, '38, '39; Rifl e Team, 37, '38, '39; Municipal Activities Bureau, '39; Pershing Rifles, '37; Fifth Corps Area Rifle Matches, '39; Advan ced Military; Day ton ian, '39.

GRACE ELIZABETH AYLSTOCK

DAYTON , OHIO Business

Intramural Sports, '36, '37, '38, '39; U. D. News Copy Editor, '37, '38, '39; Daytoni an, '37, '38, '39; Municipal Activities Burea u , '39; Alpha Sigma Tau, ' 36, '37, '38; W om en's Athle ti c Association, Secretary, '36, '37, President, '38, '39; Honor Key.

ELMER E. BACHE Education

NORTH BRADDOCK , PA.

Football , '36, '37 , '38, '39; Ba sk e tball , '36, '37, '38, '39; Baseball, '37; Monogram Club , '37, '38, '39; Conduct Award; Chapel Choir, '36; Musical Show, '38.

JACOB CULL BAKER Business

MIAMISBURG, OHIO

Intramural Sports, '36, '39; Class Treasurer, '38, '3 9; U. D. News, ' 36, '37, Sports Editor, '38, '39; Exponent Contributor, '38, '39; Daytonian, Sports Editor, '37, '3 8, Editor, '39; Municipal Activities

Burea u, '39; Alpha Sigma Tau , '36, '37, '38, '39; Junior Prom Committee, '38; Senior Farewell Committee, '39; Honor K ey; Le Petit Bavard, '37 ; Square Circle Club, '37, '38; Pershing Rifles, '36, '37 ; Student Council, '36, '37.

WILLARD L. BANKS A rts

TIFFIN , OHIO

Football, '36, '37, '38, '39; Ba sk etball , '36; Baseball , '36 ; Mono gra m Club, '37, '38, '39; Intramual Sports, '37; Conduct Award; Cabos, '39; Musica l Show, '37, '38, '39; Junior Prom Committee, '38; Senior Farewe ll Committe_e, '39

FRANK BAUJAN Arts

BEARDSTOWN, ILL.

Football, '36, '37, '38, '39; Ba seball , '37, '38, '39; Monogram Club, '37, '38, '39; Intramural Sports, '36, '37, '38, '39; Conduct Award; Band, '36, '37; Orch es tra, '37, '38; Junior Prom Commi ttee, '38.

LEO BERMAN

DAYTON , OHIO Business

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1· Andrasik Bache Banks Be r man
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JOHN E. BERSUDER DAYTON, OHIO Chemical Engineering

Intramural Sports, '38, '39; Chemical Engineering Seminar, '38, '39.

HELEN M. BISTREK DAYTON, OHIO

ALMA CATHERINE BRAUN DAYTON, OHIO

Arts Pre-Medics

Women's Athletic Association, Secretary, '36; Class Secretary, '36; U. D. News , '36, '37, '38, '39; Exponent, '36, '37, Associate Editor, '38, '39; Daytonian, '36, '37; Municipal Activities Bureau, '37, '38; Alpha Sigma Tau, '36, '37; Sigma Delta Pi, '36, '37, '38, '39; Sigma Delta Pi News, Editor, '36, '37, '38, '39; Freshman Welcome Committee, '37; Spring Swing Committee, '37; Radio Planning Board, Chairman, '39; Western Re serve Medical School.

WILLIAM H. BUEHRLE, JR. Business DAYTON, OHIO

Rifle Team, '36, '37, '38, '39; Band, '36, '37, '38, '39; Pershing Rifles, '36, '37, Drill Team, '36, '37; Square Circle Club; Advanced Military.

DONALD JOHN COAN Business CLEVELAND, OHIO

Rifle Team, '36; Intramural Sports, '36, '37, '38, '39; Class Vice-President, '38, '39; U. D. News, '36, '37, Columnist, '38, '39; Exponent, Associate Editor, '39; Daytonian, Page Editor, '39; Municipal Activities Bureau, '37; Alpha Sigma Tau, '36, Vice-President, '37; Upsilon Delta Sigma, '36, '37, Secretary, '38, President, '39; Conduct Award; Cabos, President, '39; Pershing Rifles, '36, '37, Lieutenant, '38; Military Ball Committee, '37, '38; Junior Prom Committee, '38; Senior Farewell Committee, '39; Oratorical Contest, Second Place, '38; Best-Drilled Sophomore, '3 7; Military Award, '36, '37, '38; Advanced Military; Honor Key.

HOWARD CARR Arts WEST CARROLLTON, OHIO

Football, '36, '37, '38, '39; Basketball, '37; Monogram Club, '37, '38, '39; Intramural Sports, '36, '37, '38, '39; Conduct Award; Glee Oub, '38; Musical Show, '37, '38, '39; Track, '37, '38, '39.

LAWRENCE J. DAUGHERTY Business FOSTORIA, OHIO

Baseball, '37, Manager, '38, '39; Monogram Club, '39; Intramural Sports, '36, '37, Student Supervisor, '38, '39; U. D. News, '36; Conduct Award; Le Petit Bavard, '37; Pershing Rifles, '36

VIRGINIA DORNER Business DAYTO , OHIO

Intramural Sports, '38, '39; Alpha Sigma Tau, '37, '38; Shorthand Club, '39; Ohio Wesleyan Transfer, '37 .

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SENIORS

SENIORS

ROLAND E. DOLES

DAYTON, OHIO Business

Intramural Sports, '36 , '37; Alpha Sigma Tau, '37, '38, '39; Honor Key.

GEORGE J. DOONAN Business

LAGRANGE, ILL.

Intramural Sports, '36, '37, '38, '39; Municipa l Activities Bureau, '3 7 ; Conduct Award; Pershing Rifles, '36; Junior Prom Committee, '38; Spirit Committee, '38, '39; Track '36, '37, '38, '39; Cheerleader, '3 7, '38, '39; Boxing Team, '36, '37; Alumni Hall Sodality, '37, '38.

HENRY H. ENDERS Business

DAYTON, OHIO

U. D News, '37, '38, Sports Editor, '39; Exponent Contributor, '39; Daytonian , '37, '38, Sports Editor, '39; Square Circle Club, '37, '38; Senior Announcement Committee, Municipal Activities Bureau, '39.

JOHN J. FERRON Science

PAINESVILLE, OHIO

Intramural Sports, '36, '37, '38, '39; American Society of Civil Engineers, '36, '37, '38; Glee Club, '36, '37, '39, Vice-President, '38; Mixed Chorus, '36, '37, '38, '39; Dramatics, '38, '39; Musical Show, '36, '37, '38, '39; Band, '36, '39, Manager, '37, '38; Orchestra, '36, '37, '38; Pershing Rifles, '36, '37; Military Ball Committee, '37; Junior Prom Committee, '38; Freshman Welcome, '37; Senior Farewell Committee, '39.

EILEEN FIEL Arts

DAYTON, OHIO

Intramural Sports, '38, '39; Women's Athletic Association, Treasurer, '36, Vice-President, '37, President, '38, '39; Daytonian, Women's Editor, '39; Mixed Chorus, '37, '38, '39; Dramatics, '38, '39; Musical Show, '38, '39; Le Petit Bavard, '37; Spring Swing Committee, '37, '38, '39; Junior Prom Committee, '38.

RAYMOND L. FITZ

SANDUSKY, OHIO Chemical Engineering

Football, '36, '37, '38, '39; Monogram Club, '37, '38, Vice-President, '39; Intramural Sports, '36, '37, '38, '39; Class Treasurer, '36; Alpha Sigma Tau, '36; Conduct Award; Chemical Engineering Seminar, '38, Vice-President, '39; Freshman Welcome Committee, '37; Mathematics Club, '36; St. Joseph Hall Sodality, '36, '37, '38; Senior Farewell Committee, '39.

WILLIAM A. FITZPATRICK, JR. Science

DAYTON, OHIO

Intramural Sports, '38; Picture Committee, '39; Upsilon Delta Sigma, '39; Illuminatin g Engineers Society, '38, '39, Secretary, '39; Radio Club, '38, '39; Glee Club, '39; Mixed Chorus, '39; Dramatics, 39; Musical Show, '39; Freshman Welcome Committee, '37; Senior Farewell Committee, '39.

GEORGE FLAGEL

DAYTON, OHIO Business

Doles Enders Fiel Fitzpatrick Doonan Ferron Fitz Flagel
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WILLIAM F. FLANAGAN

D AYTON , OHIO Chemica l Engineering

Chemical Engineering Seminar, '38, '39; Ca bo s, '39.

CLETUS J. FRENCH Arts

CINCINN ATI, OHIO

Football , '36, '37, '38, '39; Monogram Club , '37, '38, '39; Int ramural Sports, '36, '37, '38, '39; Conduct Award; Glee Club , '37, '38; Musical Show, '37, '38, '39; Junior Prom Comm ittee, '38; Track, '37, '38, '39.

EARL E. GEBHART Arts

WEST CARROLLTON, OHIO

GEORGE A. GELOFCSAK

Mecha nical Engineering

CLEVEL AND, OHIO

Intramural Sports, '36, '37, '38, '39; Alpha Sigma Tau, '3 6, '37; Conduct Award; Musical Show, '38; Mechanical Engineering Society, '37, '38, '39; Mathematics Club, '36; Alumni Hall Sodality, '36, '37, '38; Senior Announcement Committee.

STEVE J. GENG

DAYTON, OHIO Busin ess

Intramural Sports, '36, '37, '38; Municipal Activities Bureau , '39; Alpha Sigma Tau, '37.

FRED J. GEORGE Pre-Medics

LIM A, OHIO

Football, '36, '37, '38, '39; Basketball, '37, '38; Monogram Club, '37, '38, '39; Intramural Sports, '36, '37, '38, '39; Conduct Award; Ca bos, '39; Chapel Choir , '36; Musica l Show, '39; Fres hm a n Wel come Committee, '37; St Joseph Hall Soda]ity, '36, '37, '38.

LESTER S. GIAMBRONE Arts NORRISTOWN, PA .

Football, '36, '37, '38, '39; Monogram Club , '37, '38, '39; Intramural Spor ts, '36, '37, '38, '39; Alpha Sigma Tau, '36; Cond uct Award; Musical Show, '37, '38, '39; Junior Prom Committee, '3 8 ; Senior Farewell Commi tt ee, '39 .

STEPHEN A. GOGOLACH Science

WILKE

S-BARRE, PA

Intramural Sports, '36, '37, '38, '39; Municipal Activities Bureau, '36, '37; Ups ilon D elta Sigma, '36; Conduc t Award; Illumin ati n g Engineers Socie ty , '38, '39; Radio Club , '37, '38, '39; Glee Club , '36; Alumni Hall Sodality, '36, '37, '38; Mathematics Club , '36.

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ROY A. GOSS Arts

ALTOONA, PA.

Exponent Contributor, '36, '37, '38, '39 ; Graduate of Bonebrake Theological Seminary, Ordained in United Brethren Ministry, '37.

WILLIAM B. GRAY

DAYTON, OHIO

Sigma Delta Pi, ' 37, '38, '39.

MARY A. GRAZIANO

DAYTON, OHIO

Pre-Medics Business

Intramural Sports, ' 36, '37, '38, '39; Class Secretary, '39; Women's College Secretary, '39; Spring Swing Committee, '37, '38; Mixed Chorus, '37, '38; Musical Show, '36, '3 7; Homecoming Queen, '37, '39, Attendant, '38; Senior Farewell Committee, '39; Picture Committee, '39.

DAVID L. GRIMES

DAYTON, OHIO Mechanical Enginee ring

Football, '36, '37, '38, '39; Monogram Club, '37, '38, '39; Intramural Sports, '36, '37, '38, '39; Pershing Rifles, '36, '37, Drill Team, '3 6; Mechanical Engineering Society; Advanced Military.

JOHN J. HACKER Business

IRONTON, OHIO

Intramural Sports, '3 6, '37, '38, '39; Picture Committee, '39; Alpha Sigma Tau , '36, '38; Conduct Award; Freshman Welcome Committee, ' 37; Spirit Committee, '38, '39; Alumni Hall Sodality, '36, '37, '38; Senior Farewell Committee, '39; Daytonian, '39.

PAUL H. HARTMAN Business

JAMAICA, L. I., NEW YORK

Tennis, '38, '39; Intramural Sports, '36, '37, '38, '39; Alpha Sigma Tau, '37; Conduct Award; Cabos, '39; Musical Show, '38.

MAX M. HOUSER

JEANNETTE , PA.

EDWARD C. HEMPELMAN

DAYTON, OHIO

Arts Business

Chee rl eader, '36; Square Circle Club, '37 , '38

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WILLIAM J. RIEHLE

MIAMISBURG , OHIO Business

Basketball, '37, '38, '39; Monogram Club, '37, '38, '39.

BERNARD F. HOLLENKAMP

DAYTON, OHIO Mechanical Engineering

Rifle Team, '37, '38, '39; Alpha Sigma Tau, '36, '37, '38, '39; Cabos, '39; Glee Club, '38, '39; Mixed Chorus, '38, '39; Musical Show, '38, '39; Pershing Rifles, '36, '37, '39; Military Ball Committee, '37, '38, '39; Junior Prom Committee, '38; Mathematics Club, '36; Mechanical Engineering Society, '36, '37, '38, chairman, ' 39; Advanced Military; Excellence Award in Mechanical Engineering, '38; Honor Key.

HARRY J. JACOBS DAYTON , OHIO

Pre-Medics

Municipal Activities Bureau, '36, '37; Sigma Delta Pi, '36, '37, Secretary, '38, '39.

WILLIAM P. KELLY Business

GREENVILLE , OHIO

Football, '36, '37, '38, '39; Monogram Club, ' 37, '38, '39; Intramural Sports, '36, '37, '38, ' 39 ; Conduct Award; Musical Show, '38, ' 39; Pershing Rifles , '36; St. Joseph Hall Sodality, '36, '37, '38.

WALTER A. KLEPACZ Business DAYTON , OHIO

Golf, '38, '39; U. D. News, '36, '37; Basketball and Football Manager, '36, '37; Intramural Sports, '36, '37, '38, '39.

ELMER JOHN KLOSTERMAN MONTEZUMA , OHIO

Marquette Medical School.

JEANNETTE KOVERMAN DAYTON, OHIO

Intramural Sports, '36, '38, '39.

WILLIAM H KROGER DAYTON , OHIO

Pre-Medics Science Business

Intramural Sports, '36, '37, '38, '39; Municipal Activities Bureau, '37

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JAMES A. KRUMHANSL

Electrical Enginee ring

CLEVELAND, OHIO

Baseball, '37; Intramural Sports, '37; Alpha Sigma Tau, '36, '39; Illuminating Engineers Society, '38, '39; Radio Oub, '36, '37, '38, '39; Glee Club, '36, '37, '38, '39; Mixed Chorus, '36, '37, '38, '39; Chapel Ch oir, '36, '37, '38, '39; Dramati cs, '39; Musical Show, '36, '37, '38, '39; Band, '36, '37, '38, '39; Orchestra, '3 6, '37, '38, Leader, '39; Pershing Rifles, '36, '37.

FRANK J. LASAR Civil Engineering

OCEANSIDE, L. I., NEW YORK

Intramural Sports, '36, '37, '38, '39; Conduc t Award; American Society of Civil Engineers, '37, Secretary, '38; President, '39; Freshman Wel come Committee, '37.

RALPH C. LOHREY Pre-Medics

DAYTON, OHIO

Monogram Club, '37, '38, ' 39; Intramural Sports, '36; Alpha Sigma Tau, '36, '37, '38; Sigma Delta Pi, '36, '37, '38, '39; Glee Club, '36, '37, '38, Secretary, '39; Mixed Chorus, '36, '37, '38, President, '39; Dramatics, '39; Musi cal Show, '36, '37, '38, '39; Sigma D elta Pi News, '38, '39; Western Reserv e Medical School; Honor Key.

HERMAN A. LORENZ

Mechanical Enginee ring

BELLEVILLE, ILL.

Alpha Sigma Tau, '38; Conduct Award; Glee Club, '37; Chapel Choir, '36, '37, '38 , '39; Musical Show, '38; Band, '36, '37, '38, '39; Mathematics Club, '36; Mechanical Engineering Socie ty, '37, '38, '39; Tra ck , '37; Alumni Hall Sodality, '36, '37, '38.

THOMAS E. MAHER Business

DAYTON, OHIO

Intramural Sports, '36, '37; Municipal Activi ties Burea u, '37; Alpha Sigma Tau, '36, '37; Track, '37; Catholic Action Club , '3 6, '37.

DON MALLOY Arts

DAYTON, OHIO

Football, '36, '37, ' 38, '39; Basketball, '3 7, ' 38; Baseball, '37, '38, '39; Monogram Club, '37, '38, '39; Intramural Sports, '36, '39; Track, '37.

THOMAS P. MANNING Arts

CLEVELAND, OHIO

Football, '36, '37, '38, '39, All-Buckeye, '38; Monogram Club, '37, ' 38, '39, President, '39; Intramural Sports, '36, '37, '38; Class Vice-President, '37, President, '38, '39; Exponent Contrib utor, '38, '39; Daytonian , '38; Mu sical Show, '37, '38, Manager, '39; Junior Prom Committee Chairman, '38; Senior Farewe ll Committee Chairma n, '39; Senior Announcement Committee Chairma n, '39.

JAMES F. MARTIN Arts

DAYTON, OHIO

U. D. News, Sports Editor, '36, Associate Editor, '37; Exponent, Associate Editor, '37, Editor, '38, '39; Daytonian, '38; Section Editor, '39; Municipal Activities Bureau, '37, '38, '39; Alpha Sigma Tau, '36, '37, '38, '39: Fine Arts Club, '39; Le Petit Bavard , '37, Editor, '38, '39; Colleg e Who 's Who, '38, '39; International Relations Club, '37, '38, '39, Repr esentative to Regional Conference, '39; Honor K ey

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WILLIAM A. MICHAEL Arts

MANSFIELD, OHIO

Intramural Sports, '37, '38, '39; U. D. News, '37, '38; Exponent Contributor, '38; Upsilon Delta Sigma, '37, '38, '39, Vice-President, '39; Conduct Award; Fine Arts Club, '39; Glee Club, '36, '37, '38, President, '39; Mixed Chorus, '37, '38, '39; Chapel Choir, '36, '37, '38, '39; Dramatics, '38, '39; Musical Show, ' 36, 37, ' 38, '39; Alumni Hall Sodality, '36, '37, '38,; C. S. M. C., '39; Senior Announcement Committee.

BETTE JEAN MILTENBERGER Arts

DAYTON, OHIO

Western College Transfer, '37.

ROBERT F. MORAN

MARION, OHIO Electrical Engineering

Class Vice-President, '36, President, '37; Illuminating Engineers Society, '38, '39; Radio Club, '38; Freshman Welcome Committee, '37; Advanced Military; Senior Farewell Committee, '39.

HOWARD A. MULLE

DAYTON, OHIO Mechanical Engineering

Intramural Sports, '36, '37, '38, '39; Pershing Rifles, '36, '37; Mechanical Engineering Society, '37, '38, '39; Mathematics Club, '36; Advanced Military.

THOMAS J. MURRAY

IRONTON, OHIO Electrical Engineering

Intramural Sports, '37, '38, '39; Conduct Award; Illuminating Engineers Society, '38, '39; Radio Club, '37, '38, '39; Mathematics Club, '36; Alumni Hall Sodality, '36, '37, '38.

ROLAND W. MYERS Arts

DAYTON, OHIO

Intramural Sports, '36; U. D. News, '36, '37; Alpha Sigma Tau, '37; Cabos, '39; Pershing Rifles, '36, '37; Education Seminar, '38, '39.

GEORGE W. MYRICK

DETROIT, MICH. Chemical Engineering

Intramural Sports, '36, '37, '38, '39; Alpha Sigma Tau, '36; Conduct Award; Chemical Engineering Seminar, '38, '39; Musical Show, '36; Band, '36, '37, '38, '39; Orchestra, '36; Mathematics Club, '36; Alumni Hall Sodality, '36, '37, '38; Assistant Freshman Basketball Manager, '36.

JOHNNIE I. NEWSOCK Business

DAYTON, OHIO

Football, '36, '37, '38, '39; Basketball, '36, '37, '38, '39; Baseball, '36, '37, '38, '39; Monogram Club , '37, '38, '39.

SENIORS

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VERNON NIEBERLEIN

DAYTON, OHIO Chemical Engineering

Chemical Engineering Seminar, '38, '39; Radio Club, '39; Pershing Rifles, '36, '37, '38, '39; Advanced Military; Honor Key.

RALPH H. NIEHAUS Arts

LOCKLAND, OHIO

Football , '36, '37, '38; Co-captain, '39; Basketball, '36; Baseball, '36, '37, '38; Monogram Club, '37, '38, Vice-President, '39; Intramural Sports, '38, '39; Conduct Award; Musical Show, '38, '39; Junior Prom Committee, '38; Senior Farewell Committee, '39; St. Joseph Hall Sodality, '36, '37, '38; Most Valuable Senior Football Player Award.

JAMES D. OLCOTT

DAYTON, OHIO Mechanical Engineering

Pershing Rifl es, '36, '37; Mechanical Engineering Society, '37, '38, '39; Mathematics Club, '36.

JOSEPH B. OLEJNYIK

Mechanical Engineering

CLEVELAND, OHIO

Football, '36, '37, '38, '39; Monogram Club, '37, '38, '39; Intramural Sports, '36, '37, '38, '39; Conduct Award; Cabos, '39; Musical Show, '37, '38, '39; Mechanical Engineering Society, '37, '38, '39; Track, '37, '38, '39; Mathematics Club, '36; St. Joseph Hall Sodality, '36, '37; Senior Announcement Committee, '39.

JAMES F. PFLUM

LIMA, OHIO Chemical Engineering

Intramural Sports, '36, '37, '38, '39; Class Secretary, '38; Alpha Sigma Tau, '36, '37; Conduct Award; Chemical Engineering Seminar, Secretary, '38, President, '39; Choir, '36; Pershing Rifle s, '36; Fres hman Welcome Committee, '37; St. Joseph Hall Sodality, '37, '38; Mathema tics Club Secretary, '36; Advanced Military.

THOMAS P . RAB Pre-Medics

DAYTON, OHIO

Intramural Sports, '38; Daytonian, '38; Municipal Activities Bureau, '38; Alpha Sigma Tau, '36, '37, '38, '39; Sigma Delta Pi, '37, '38, '39; Pershing Rifles, '36, '37, '38, Captain, '39; Individual Drill Winner, '36; Military Ball Committee, '38, Chairman, '39; Advanced Military; Military Awards, '36, '37, '38; Western Reserve Medical School; Honor Key.

THOMAS L. REILING

DAYTON , OHIO Chemical Engineering

Daytonian, '38, '39; Chemical Engineering Seminar, '38, '39.

BRENDAN J. REILLY Chemical Engineering

FLORAL PARK, L. I., NEW YORK

Intramural Sports, '36, '37, '38, '39; Municipal Activities Bureau, '39; Conduct Award; Chemica l Engineering Seminar, '38, '39; Band, '36, '37, '38, '39; Orchestra, '36, '37; Pershing Rifles, '36, '37; Advanced Military.

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DAYTON, OHIO Chemical Engineering

R ifl e Team, '37, '38, '39; Alpha Sigma Tau, '36, '3 7, '3 8, '39; Chemical Engineering Seminar, '38, '39; P e rshing Rifles, '36, '37, '38; Military Ball Co mmittee, '38, '39; Freshman Welcome Commi tt ee, ' 37; Advanced Military; Cadet Major, '39; Mathematics Club, '36; Albert Emanuel Awa rd , ' 38; College Students' Who's Who, '39; Ho nor K e y.

ALEX

A. RUDZIENSKI Business

D AYTON , OHIO

F oo tball , '36, '37; Intramural Sports, '36, '37, '38, '39 ; U. D. News, '36, ' 37; Municipal Activities

B ureau , ' 36, '37, Associate Editor, '38, Editor, '39 ; P e r s hing Rifles, ' 36, '37; Advanced Military.

OS CAR RUPERT Electrical Engineering

DAYTON, OHIO

Intramural Sports, '36, '37; U. D. News, '36, '37; Illuminating Engineers · Society, '38, '39; Ra dio Club , '38, '39.

THOMAS

P. RYA Mechanical Engineering

PON CA CITY, OKLA.

In tr a mural Sports, '36, '37; U. D. News, '36, '37; Day tonian, '38, Associate Editor, '39; Conduct Awa rd ; P e r s hing Rifles, '36, '37; Mechanical Engin ee rin g Society, '36, '37, Publicity Director, '39; Program Committee Chairman, '39; Mathema ti cs Club, '36; Alumni Hall Sodality, '36, '37, Sec r e tary, '38; Advanced Military.

MARTIN E. SAMUELS

D AYTON, OHIO Chemical Engineering

M uni cipal Activities Bureau, '38, '39; Alpha Si g ma Tau, '37; Chemical Engineering Seminar, ' 38, ' 39 ; Pershing Rifles, '36, '37; Mathematics Club, ' 36.

A. WILLIAM SCHNEBLE

DAYTON, OHIO Chemical Engineering

Chemical Engineering Seminar, '38, '39; Municipal Activities Bureau, '38, '39; Alpha Sigma Tau, '38, '39; Radio Oub, '39; Pershing Rifles, '36, '37.

WILLIAM M. SCHROEDER

ST. LOUIS, MO. Mechanical Engineering

Rifle Team , '38, '39; Intramural Sports, '37, '38, '39; Alpha Sigma Tau, ' 36, '38; Conduct Award; Pershing Rifles, '36 ; Mathematics Oub, ' 36; Mec hanical Engineering Society, '37, '38 , '39; Advanced Military ; Fifth Corps Area Rifle Matches , ' 38.

JAMES L. SCHWERING

CLEVELAND, OHIO ChemicalEngineering

U. D. News, Associate Editor, '38, '39; Exponent Contributor, ' 39; Daytonian, '38, Section Editor, '39; Alpha Sigma Tau, '36, '37; Conduct Award; Ch e mi cal Engineering Seminar, '38 , '39; Fine Arts Club, '39; Glee Club, '37, '38, '39; Mixed Choru s, '37, '38, '39; Chapel Choir, ' 36, '37, '39, Vi ce-Pres id e nt , ' 38 ; Dramatics, '38, ' 39; Musical Show, ' 36, '37, Dance Director, '38, '39 ; Mathematics Club, '36; Alumni Hall Sodality, '36, ' 37, ' 38 ; C. S. M. C., ' 39.

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HENRY J. SPATZ Business

DAYTON, OHIO

Rifle Team, '36, '37; Exponent Contributor, '37; Alpha Sigma Tau , '38; Pershing Rifles, '36, '37; Advanced Military.

MARIJANE SPITLER Science

DAYTON, OHIO

Wom e n's College Secretary, '37, Vice-President, '36; U. D News, '38, '39; Exponent, '37, '38 , Associate Editor, '39; Daytonian, '37, '39; Alpha Sigma Tau, '36, '37, '38, '39; Chemical Engineering Seminar, '38, '39; Freshman Welcome Committee , '37; Spring Swing Committee, '37; Student Council Secretary, '37; Central Sodality Secretary, '37; Honor Key

ANTHONY SPRAUER

DAYTON, OHIO Business

Alpha Sigma Tau, '36, '37, '38, '39; Honor Key.

WALTER C. STEFFEN Arts

NASHVILLE, TENN.

U D News, '36, Copy Editor, '37, Editor, '38, '39; Exponent, '37, Associate Editor, '38, '39; Daytonian , '37, '38, Section Editor, '39; Municipal Activities, '37, '39; Alpha Sigma Tau, '36, '37, '39 , Vice-President, '38; Conduct Award; Fine Arts Club, '39; Glee Club, '36, '37; Chapel Choir, '36, Secretary, '37, '38, Vice-President, '39; Le Petit Bavard, '37; Pershing Rifles, '37, '38; Honor Key; Radio Planning Committee, '39; Advanced Military; C. S. M. C., '39; College Students' Who's Who, '39; Military Award, '38; Alumni Hall Sodality, '36, '37, '38.

ROBERT J. STOECKLEIN Arts

DAYTON, OHIO

Rifle Team, '36, '37, '38, '39; Intramural Golf Championship, '38 ; U. D. News, '36, '38; Municipal Activities Bureau, '37, '38, '39; Alpha Sigma Tau, '36, '37, '38, '39; Upsilon Delta Sigma, '39; Le Petit Bavard, '3 7; Pershing Rifles, '36, '37; Military Ball Committee, '38; Halpin Award, '38; Senior Farewell Committee, '39; Advanced Military; Honor Key.

VIRGINIA STOECKLEIN

DAYTON, OHIO Arts

Municipal Activities Bureau, '36, '37, '38; Spring Swing Committee, '37, '38.

KATHERINE STRUCK Education

DAYTON, OHIO

Fine Arts Club, '39; Mixed Chorus, '39; Orchestra, '39; Spring Swing Committee, '39; Senior Farewell Committee; St. Mary of th e Woods Transfer, '38.

MICHAEL T . SULLIVAN

CAMBRIDGE, OHIO Civil Engineering

Intramural Sports, '36, '37, '38, '39; U. D. News, '36; Municipal Activities Bureau, '37, '38, '39; Conduct Award; Ameri ca n Society of Civil Engineers, '37, '38, '39; Band, '38, '39; Mathematics Club, '36; Alumni Hall Sodality, '36, '37, '38

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THOMAS TONNOUS CALDWELL, OHIO

Busines s

Pre -Medics

Rifle Team, '35; Intramural Sports, '36, '37, '38, '39; U. D. News, '36; Sigma Delta Pi, '38; Conduct Award; Alumni Hall Sodality, '36, '37, '38.

RICHARD K. W. TOM

HONOLULU, HAWAII Civil Engineering

Intramural Sports, ' 36, '37, '38, '39; Daytonian, '38; Municipal Activities Bureau, '37, '38; Alpha Sigma Tau, '36, '37, '39; Conduct Award; American Society of Civil Engineers, ' 37, '38, '39; Musical Show, '37; Track Manager, '37, '38, '39; Mathematics Club, '36; Alumni Hall Sodality, '36, '37, '38.

JOHN W. TORPEY Business

FOREST HILLS, L. I., NEW YORK

Baseball, '37, '38, '39; Monogram Club, '37, '38, '39; Intramural Sports, '36; Conduct Award; Le Petit Bavard, '37; Senior Farewell Committee.

NORMAN F. TROST DAYTON, OHIO Mechanical Engineering

Football, '36, '37, '38, '39; Intramural Sports, '38, '39; Mechanical Engineering Society, '37, '38, '39; Mathematics Club, '36.

HAROLD S. UNVERFERTH DAYTON, OHIO Business

Cabos, '39; Glee Club, '.36, '37, '38, '39; Mixed Chorus , '37, '38, '3 9.

CAP VOIT Business

COLUMBUS, OHIO

Football, '36, '37, '38, '39; Basketball, '37; Baseball, '37; Monogram Club, '3 7, '38, '39; Intramural Sports, '37, '38, '39; Conduct Award; Cabos, '39; Musical Show, '3 6, '37, '38, '39; Band, '36, '37, '38, ' 39; Military Ball Committee, '36; St. Joseph Hall Sodality, '36, '37, '38.

PAUL

A. WAGNER

CLEVELAN D, OHIO Electrical Engineering

Football, '36, '37, '38, Co-captain, '39; Track, '38, '39; Monogram Club, '3 7, Secretary, '38, '39 ; Intramural Sports, '36, ' 37, '38, '39; Conduct Award; Cabos, '39; Class President, '36; Alpha Sigma Tau, '36; Illuminating Engineers Society, '38, Presid e nt, '39; Radio Club, '38, '39; Musical Show, '37, '38, '39; Student Council, '36, '3 7; St. Jos ep h Hall Soda lity, '36, '37, '38; Junior Prom Committee, '38; All-Buckeye Guard, '37, '38, '39; All-Ohio Guard, '37, '38, '39; Advanced Military; Mathematics Club, '36; Senior Farewell Committee.

SENIORS

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Warner Weckesser White Winter

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ROGER M. WARNER

DAYTON, OHIO Electrical Engineering

Illuminating Engineers Society, '38, '39; Radio Club, '37, ' 38, '39.

JULIA ANN WECKESSER Education

DAYTON, OHIO

Cabos, '39; Spring Swing Committee, '37, '38; Women's Athletic Association, '36, '37, '38, '39; Cheerleader, '37; Sodality, '36, '37, '38. ·

JOSEPH D. WHITE Arts

DAYTON, OHIO

Intramural Sports, '37, '38, '39; Municipal Activities Bureau, '38; Upsilon Delta Sigma, '38, '39; Junior Prom Committee, '38; Oratorical Contest, '39; International Relations Club President, '38, '39; Peace Conference Delegate, '37, '38, '39; Catholic Action Club, '37; Square Circle Club Treasurer, '37, '38; Student Council, '37.

TYRUS D. WINTER Pre-Medics

BELLEVILLE, ILL.

U. D. News, '36, '37, Associate Editor, '38, '39; Exponent Contributor, '39; Daytonian, '38, Associate Section Editor, '39; Municipal Activities Bureau, '39; Alpha Sigma Tau, '36, '37, '38, '39; Honor Key; Upsilon Delta Sigma, '36, '37; Sigma Delta Pi, '38, '39; Conduct Award; Fine Arts Club President, '39; Glee Club, '36, '37, '39; Chapel Choir, 36, '37, '38, President, '39; Musical Show, '36, '37, '39; Band, '36, '37, '38, '39; Orchestra, '36, '38, '39; Le Petit Bavard, ' 36, '37, Associate Editor, '38, '39; Sigma Delta Pi News, '38, Associate Editor, 39; Pershing Rifles, '36, '37; Alumni Hall Sodality, '36, '37, '38; C. S. M. C., '39.

GEORGE A. ZAHN Electrical Engineering

AMITYVILLE, L. I., NEW YORK

Intramural Sports, '36, '37, '38, '39; Municipal Activities Bureau, '39; Alpha Sigma Tau, '37, '38, '39; Conduct Award; Illuminating Engineers Society, '38, '39; Radio Club, '37, '38, '39; Musical Show, '38; Band, '36, '37, '38, '39; Orchestra, '36; Pershing Rifles, '36, '37; Excellence Award in Electrical Engineering, '38; Honor Key.

JOHN S. ZARKA Arts

DAYTON, OHIO

Municipal Activities Bureau, '37; Alpha Sigma Tau, '36, '37, '38; International Relations Convention Delegate, '38.

OTTO ZINK, JR. Education

DAYTON, OHIO

Baseball, '37; Band, '36, '37, '38, '39.

ISABEL F. SACHS Education

DAYTON, OHIO

Fine Arts Club, '39; Cabos, '39; Spring Swing Committee, '37, '38; Women's Athletic Association, '36, '37, '38, '39; Women's Sodality VicePresident, '38.

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DONALD A. KERSTING Business

DAYTON, OHIO

Tennis, '38, '39; Rifle Team, '37, '38, '39; Intramural Sports, '36, '37, '38, '39; U. D. News, '36. '37; Alpha Sigma Tau, '36, '37, '38, '39; Mixed Chorus, '37; Pershing Rifles, '36, '37; Military Ball Committee, '36, '37, '38; Freshman Welcome Committee, '37; Fifth Corps Area Rifle Matches, '38; Square Circle Club, '37, Treasurer, '38.

EDWIN K. L. YOUNG (In Absentia)

HONOLULU, HAWAII Pre-Medics

Radio Club, '37, '38; Northwestern University Dental School.

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GEORGE WILLIAM BINDOKAS (In Absentia) Pre-Medics

CLEVELAND, OHIO

Baseball, '37, '38; Intramural Sports, '36, '37, '38; Municipal Activities Bureau, '38; Alpha Sigma Tau, '36, '37; Sigma Delta Pi, '37, Secretary, '38; Sigma Delta Pi News, '38; Alumni Hall Sodality, '36, '37, Vice-President, '38; Western Reserve Medical School.

PHILIP F. CHUN (In Absentia)

HONOLULU, HAWAII Pre-Medics

Sigma Delta Pi, ' 37, '38; Conduct Honors; Marquette University Medical School.

FRANCIS X. SIMMONS ( In Absentia)

BROOKLYN, N. Y. Pre-Medics

Baseball, '37; Rifle Team, '36; Intramural Sports, '36, '37, '38; Sigma Delta Pi, '36, '37, '38; Conduct Honors; Pershing Rifles, '36, '37; Dramatics, '37 ; Long Island University Medical School.

GRACE S. BONNER Education

DAYTON, OHIO

FLORENCE CARR Educatwn

DAYTON, OHIO

BESSE L. FOUTS Education

DAYTON, OHIO

LOIS GORDON Educatwn

DAYTON, OHIO

MARY HELLDOERFER Educatwn

DAYTON, OHIO

ROSE A. HERMETZ Science

DAYTON, OHIO

ROBERT E. L. JOHNSON Arts

DAYTON, OHIO

ESKALENE P. MYERS Science

DAYTON, OHIO

ELSIE SWARTZ Education

DAYTON, OHIO

RUTH E. WILLIAMS Education

DAYTON, OHIO

JAMES M. DARBY, S.M. Arts

PHILADELPHIA, PA.

RALPH J DYER, S .M. Arts

DECATUR, ILL.

PAUL A. ELSNER, S.M. Arts

CLEVELA D, OHIO

ROBERT J. HEIL, S .M. Arts

MADISON, WIS.

EUGENE W. JANSON, S.M. Arts

ST. LOUIS, MO.

ROBERT L. KNOPP, S M. Arts ST. LOUIS, MO.

NORMAN J. KRAMER, S.M. Arts

DYERSVILLE, IOWA

VICTOR A NAEGELE, S M. Arts

CHICAGO, ILL.

AMBROSE E. NAKAO, S.M. Arts

YOKOHAMA, JAPAN

EDWARD J. REEB, S.M. Arts

BELLEVILLE, ILL.

WARNER A. ROHRBACH, S.M. Arts

FLAT RIVER, MO

JOSEPH A. SCHMIDT, S M. Arts

ST. LOUIS, MO.

LEO G. WAGNER, S.M. A rts LA CROSSE, WIS.

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SR. SUSANNA FELDHAUS, S D. Educatwn

SR. M. PALMAR I TA GURREN, C.PP.S. Science

SR. M. RAPHAELIS ROELKER, M.S.C. Education

SR. M. MANEGILDIS ROTGERI, M.S C. Education

SR . M. BARBARA WEBKIN, C.PP.S Arts

SR. M. IRENAEA WINKELJOHN, C.PP.S. Science

i 11 I I I Kersting Young
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Jack Moran answered the call of his Master on December 1 , 1935 , in his freshman y ear a t Dayton.

To him the class of 1939 , his class , pledges its never-ending memory and hopeful prayer.

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ALTER, JACK L.. .................................................................839 Chelsea Ave., Dayton, Ohio ANDRASIK, JOSEPH .......................................................... 721 Clifton Ave., Dayton, Ohio AYLSTOCK, GRACE E ................... 237 S. Torrence St., Dayton, Ohio BACHE, ELMER E.. ................................................. 516 Verona St., North Braddock, Pa. BAKER, JACOB C. ...................... E. Central Ave., Miamisburg, Ohio BANKS, WILLARD L.. ................................ .. .... .... 96 Ja ck so n St., Tiffin, Ohio BAUJAN, FRANK ....................................... .. ... .. ............ 202 E. Second St., Beardstown , Ill. BERMAN, LE0 ................................................................ 749 Lexington Ave., Dayton, Ohio BERSUDER, JOHN E .............. 926 Webster St., Dayton, Ohio BINDOKAS, GEORGE W .... ..... ... ... 1143 E. 98 St., Cleveland, Ohio BISTREK, HELEN M ........... ..... ..... 1508 Valley St., Dayton, Ohio BONNER, GRACE S .... .. ................... ... .....26 Bradford St., Dayton, Ohio BRAUN, ALMA C ..................................... ..... .... .2533 Malvern Ave., Dayton, Ohio BUEHRLE, WM. H., JR................................................. 1016 Superior Ave , D ay ton, Ohio CARR, FLORENCE ...................................... ...............................66 Anna St ., Dayton, Obio CARR, HOWARD .......................... .............. ... .. .... 39 E. Pease St., West Ca rrollton, Ohio CHUN, PHILIP F ................. ........................ 1018 Nuuanu Ave., Honolulu, Hawaii COAN, DONALD J ............................................................... 669 E. 118 St., Cleveland, Ohio DAUGHERTY, LA WREN CE J ........................ ..411 E Tiffin St., Fo storia , Ohio DORNER, VIRGINIA.................................................... ? Collingwood Ave., Dayton, Ohio DOLES, ROLAND E ... ............................ .............. ....... 1412 Wayne Ave., Dayton, Ohio DOONAN, GEORGE J.. ............ ................. ................. 122 Sunset Ave., La Grange, Ill ENDERS, HENRY H ........................................ ...... 705 W. Fairview Ave., Dayton, Ohio FERRON, JOHN J ......................... ..... ..... 61 E. Jackson St., Painesville, Ohio FIEL, EILEEN .................................... .............125 Five Oaks Ave., Dayton, Ohio 1' ITZ, RAYMOND L. ............................... ........ .. ... .527 Clinton St., Sandusky, Ohio FITZPATRICK, WM. A., JR..................................... 807 Belmont Park N., Dayton, Ohio FLANAGAN, WM. F ............................ ....... 124 Linden Ave., Dayton, Ohio FLAGEL, GEORGE ................................................................ 119 Potomac St., Dayton, Ohio FOUTS, BESSE L.. .. .............. 115 N. Williams St., Dayton, Ohio FRENCH, CLETUS J.. ................................................. 1919 Kinn ey Ave , Cincinnati, Ohio GEBHART, EARL E ..................................... 327 E. Cottage Ave., West Carrollton, Ohio GELOFCSAK, GEORGE A .................. 15225 Lucknow Ave , Oeveland, Ohio GENG, STEVE. .............................................................307 Notre Dame Ave., Dayton, Ohio GEORGE, FRED J ................................................................. 1825 W. High St., Lima, Ohio GIAMBRONE, LESTER S ............ ............ 245 E. Main St., Norristown, Pa. GOGOLACH, STEPHEN A ................................ 136 Lynwood Ave., Wilkes•Barre, Pa. GORDON, LOIS................ ... .......................... ......... 16 N. Findley St., Dayton, Ohio GOSS, ROY A........................................................................... 1422 Second St , Altoona, Pa. GRAY, WM. B ..................................................... ..... .. 1245 Windsor Dr., Dayton, Ohio GRAZIANO, MARY A.............................................................423 Lowes St., Dayton, Ohio GRIMES, DAVID L.. ............ ..................60 Ashwood Ave., Dayton, Ohio HACKER, JOHN J ....... ................... ........................ 1544 S Sixth St., Ironton, Ohio HARTMAN, PAUL H .... .................................. ......81•27 Utopia Pkwy., Jamaica, N. Y. HELLDOERFER, MARY..................................................95 Fountain Ave., Dayton, Ohio HEMPELMAN, EDWARD C................................................. 230 Wroe Ave., Dayton, Ohio HERMETZ, ROSE A .................... 1108 Salem Ave., Dayton, Ohio RIEHLE, WILLIAM J ................................. 202 S. Main St., Miamisburg, Ohio HOLLENKAMP, BERNARD F .........................................304 Schenk Ave., Dayton, Ohio HOUSER, MAX M ................. ... ... 338 Watervliet Ave., Dayton, Ohio
HARRY J .................... Salem and Grand Aves., Dayton, Ohio
ROBERT E. L.. ...............................................67 E. Helena St., Dayton , Ohio
WILLIAM P ............................................. Riffie Ave. and 12 St., Greenville, Ohio
DONALD A........................ .......... ...... 211 Beverly Pl., Dayton, Ohio
WALTER A.................................................. .. 258 Valley St , Dayton, Ohio
ELMER ] .............. .. ...... ...................... Montezuma, Ohio
JEANNETTE ............................................404 Stonemill Rd. , Dayton , Ohio
WILLIAM H ......................... ............. ... 1638 Harvard Blvd ., Dayton, Ohio KRUMHANSL, JAMES A ................................................. 2849 Lee Rd., Cleveland, Ohio Page Fifty.three
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KERSTING,
KLEPACZ,
KLOSTERMAN,
KOVERMAN,
KROGER,

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SCHWERING, JAMES L ...............................................9724 Hilgert Dr., Cleveland, Ohio

SIMMONS, FRANCIS X ...........................................9914 Glenwood Ave., Brooklyn, N. Y.

SPATZ, HENRY J. ............................................................. .424 Redhaw Ave., Dayton, Ohio

SPITLER, MARIJANE. ....................................................... 2509 Salem Ave., Dayton, Ohio

SPRAUER, ANTHONY..............................................................448 Holt St., Dayton, Ohio

STEFFEN, WALTER C.................................................2212 Leslie Ave., Nashville, Tenn.

STOECKLEIN, ROBERT J ............................................... 711 Hodapp Ave., Dayton, Ohio

STOECKLEIN, VIRGINIA....................................................525 Irving Ave., Dayton, Ohio

STRUCK, KATHERINE............................................ 814 Belmont Park N., Dayton, Ohio

SULLIVAN, MICHAEL T .........................................906 N. Eighth St., Cambridge, Ohio

SWARTZ, ELSIE .............................................................. 227 W. Babbitt St., Dayton, Ohio

THOMAS, HOWARD B........................................................... 119 Bish Ave., Dayton, Ohio

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TONNOUS,

TORPEY,

TROST, NORMAN F

WAGNER, PAUL A.............................................................602

WARNER,

WECKESSER,

ZAHN,

LASAR, FRANK J ......................................................... 86 Foxhurst Rd , Oceanside, N. Y. LOHREY, RALPH C.........................................................717 Gondert Ave., Dayton, Ohio LORENZ, HERMAN A...................................................621 W. Lincoln St., Belleville, Ill. MAHER, THOMAS E ... ••·······························-·················1643 S . Brown St., Dayton, Ohio MALLOY, DON ........................................................................233 Irving Ave., Dayton, Ohio MANNING, THOMAS P ......................................... 10102 Hampden Ave., Cleveland, Ohio MARTIN, JAMES F ......................................................... 518 Creighton Ave., Dayton, Ohio MICHAEL, WILLIAM A............................................... 132 Sturges Ave., Mansfield, Ohio MILTENBERGER, BETTE J... ..........................................351 S. Broadway, Dayton, Ohio MORAN, ROBERT F ...................................................................266 Oak St , Marion, Ohio MULLEN, HOWARD A........................................... 2106 Ewalt Circle, Dayton, Ohio MURRAY, THOMAS J .............................................................516 Hecla St., Ironton, Ohio MYERS, ESKALENE P .....................................................3304 N. Main St., Dayton, Ohio MYERS, ROLAND W................................................... 1013 Richmond Ave., Dayton, Ohio MYRICK, GEORGE W ............................................. 1345 Vernor Hwy., Detroit, Mich. NEWSOCK, JOHNNIE L ................................................ R. R. 11, Box 521, Dayton, Ohio NIEBERLEIN, VERNON A.................................................115 Bruce Ave., Dayton, Ohio NIEHAUS, RALPH H ................... 313 Arlington Ave., Lockland, Ohio OLCOTT, JAMES D................................................. 1023 W. Hillcrest Ave., Dayton, Ohio OLEJNYIK, JOSEPH B.....................................................3050 E. 116 St., Cleveland, Ohio PFLUM, JAMES F .....................................................................863 Brice Ave., Lima, Ohio RAB, THOMAS P ...............................................................2715 N . Main St , Dayton, Ohio REILING, THOMAS L.. .....................................................615 Grafton Ave., Dayton, Ohio REILLY, BRENDAN J ................................................. 200 Floral Blvd., Floral Pk., N. Y. RITTER, JOHN H .............. 1015 Old Orchard Ave., Dayton, Ohio RUDZIENSKI, ALEX A.....................................................2135 E. First St., Dayton, Ohio RUPERT, OSCAR................................................................1207 W. First St., Dayton, Ohio RYAN, THOMAS P ...................................................116 Glenside Ave., Ponca City, Okla. SACHS, ISABEL F .....................................................1743 Philadelphia Dr., Dayton, Ohio SAMUELS, MARTIN E. ......................................................1128 Vernon Dr., Dayton, Ohio SCHNEBLE, A WILLIAM ...................................................... 12 Beverly Pl., Dayton, Ohio SCHROEDER, WILLIAM M...........................................3156 Geyer Ave., St.
RICHARD K. W ...............................................86 S. School St., Honolulu, Hawaii
THOMAS ............................................................706 West St., Caldwell, Ohio
JOHN W .........................................................110·06 71 Rd , Forest Hills, N. Y.
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Ohio UNVERFERTH, HAROLD S
20 Plumwood Rd., Dayton, Ohio VOIT, CAP .............................................................................. 858 Heyl Ave., Columbus, Ohio
E. 107 St., Cleveland, Ohio
ROGER M...............................................3753 Maplegrove Ave., Dayton, Ohio
JULIA ANN ................................................ R. R. 7, Box 23, Dayton, Ohio
JOSEPH D............................................................. 323 Oxford Ave., Dayton, Ohio
RUTH E .............................................................306 Grand Ave ., Dayton, Ohio
TYRUS D...........................................................503 N. Third St., Belleville, Ill.
EDWIN K. L.. ...........................................3345 Waialae Ave ., Honolulu, Hawaii
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WILLIAMS,
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GEORGE A ................................................ Broad Hollow Rd., Amityville, N. Y.
JOHN S .....................................................2022 Bellefontaine Ave., Dayton, Ohio Page Fi/ty•four ZINK, OTTO, JR...................................................................................R. R. 8, Dayton, Ohio
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UNDERC:LAS SMEN

OFFICERS

Juniors

TOMORROW'S GRADUATES

Three short years ago U. of D. saw the enrollment of one of the largest frosh classes in its history. A swirl of school activities, curricular and extra-curricular, swallowed up most of us as lowly underclassmen.

Returning in our second year, we greeted the newcomers with that sophisticated air which only a sophomore can master. After running the hapless freshie s through the gantlet of an initiation, we broke down and honored them with th e Freshman Welcome dance.

Immediately upon the entrance into this, our never-to-be-forgotten junior year, some of our members distinguished themselves upon the gridiron . Jack Padley, Norm Hoelzer, Joe Thomas, Jean Stapenhorst, Tony Furst, Glen Smolka and others were particularly outstanding. Following upon the heels of thes e individuals were a host of others who spread Dayton's fame on the baske tball court, debater's rostrum, stage, track, diamond and, most important of all , on the academic platform.

Socially, our Junior Prom, with the smooth tunes of Bert Block and his bell music, was the high spot of the year. We were all proud of it and walked about with our chests out for weeks Slowly but surely, accompanied by the inevitable head-splitting exams, the year drew to a close, leaving with us delightful memories and the anticipation of another grand year ahead of us. Truly our president, Jean Stapenhorst, and his fellow officers , guided us through a successful year.

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Top pan e l, left photoStrasser, Dailey, Fletcher, Rex, Siff.

Lower panel, left photoM oore, R. Wagner, ]. Thom• as, N. Nolan, Hoelzer, Drew.

Top panel, middle photoStapenhorst, Marre, Decker, Riedel, McDonough.

Top panel, right photoEckhardt, L. Hill, L. Mullen, Nosil, R. Harig.

Lower panel, right photo -

STANDING: P. Carroll, Rush, SITTING: Beare, Kochendor/• Kahn, Paul. er, Wilcox, Millonig, Donley, McClellan, T. Makley.

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JUNIORS

Mueller Buehler Hoppa

Sultenfuss

R. Smith

W. Hill

REAR: M. Smith Drake Bootes Ruh

FRONT: Eilers Boeckman

REAR: Herzog Winklejohn Knorr

G. Humm

FRONT: Lemming Carrigan

Stolz Stang

Tanis

R. ForsthofJ

Thompson

Wilke

F. Harig

Russell

T. Foley

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Mulligan

Gregory

Borns

Wolf

Kuhn

Furst ]. Reeves

Rosato

REAR: C. G. Hayes

Hettinger Fitzharris

F. Murphy

FRONT: Scharf

Egger

L. Fink

H. Hollencamp

Litkowski

Richart

Sharkey

Herold

Chmiel

Mangan

REAR: N. Hubbuch

Schmitt

Wiley

FRONT: Leonard E. Simmons

Kerezsi

O'Toole

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Hail the queen and her attendants ... Dawson leads the band downtown ... An exciting play in the homecoming game ... Father Elbert's box . . Presenting Queen Mary ... Sending the game over the ether ... Harry instills pep into the student body ... Raging homecoming bonfire ... Rally on the courthouse steps.

Page Sixty

SE[OND-YEA R [LASSME N

Largest freshman class in U. of D. history , the class of '41, started college life at Dayton in 1938. After the preliminary orientation, there came in rapid succession the cap crowning, soph battle, sophomore tea dance, official welcome by the president, and a round of school work and extra-curricular activities. Then came pep rallies and a grand football season . First semester exams were followed quickly by spring which produced the usual number of victims for Cupid.

A few familiar faces were missing when school opened this year, but we welcomed some new ones too. We noticed the lost look on the faces of the green freshies, and remembered how we felt, but this didn't stop us from giving them a swell initiation and a real fight in the frosh-soph battle. Our dance, the Freshman Welcome, held at the Miami, was another social triumph. President Johnny Chalmers and his committee get a vote of commendation for this Football season came again and took some of our members: Costell, Rumig, Zwiesler, Moran , Pernush, Humm. From our ranks went Zwiesler and Westendorf for the court team. Debate took Kirby, Chalmers, Wool and Shimanek.

Once more spring pops up and brings an end to our second year of college. Before the finis, however , came more sports, a social season, and those hairpulling final exams. But these all left us with two more years of work and play.

OFFICERS

S op homores
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SOPHOMORE SCIENCE

Rear: Pickrel, A. Weber, Chalmer s, R. Schneble, Gibson.

Third: Wehner, Dryden, R. Jones, J. Stoecklein.

Second: Ramo s, E. Olcott, Gorbea.

Front: Wool, Kline, Doherty, I. Adams, Willoughb y, M. Keite1·.

SOPHOMORE ARTS AND EDUCATION

Rear: Skapik, Suttman, Kerns , Glemet, Hendricks, Howe, Sommer s, Bru sman, Kirby, Roland, Hummert, Gerson, Markley, Paluzzi.

Third: Zwiesler, Dugan, Fry singer, Long, Robin s, Bradford, Culley, Corcoran.

Second: Jergen s, Pauzar, Wil son, Lo sh, Borton , O swald.

Front: McLaughlin, I s rael, E. Reiling, Mess, Snapp.

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SOPHOMORE BUSINESS

Rear: Suttmiller, Unger, Englert, Bi stline, Duffy, W. Smith, Funk, Cramer, Edgington.

Fifth: Bunn, M. Myers, J. Carroll; Kappeler, Steinlage, Lacey, Conway, Chapin, Arnoldi, Powers, Fraher.

Fourth: Bier sack, E. Borchers, Heet, Siewe, L. Simons, Humpert, Moritz.

Third: Dude ck, Swindler, J. Winter, Walter, Bocok, J. Hollenkamp , Hall, D. Warner, Rath, Liston.

Second: Ro se n crans, Zidanavich, Loge s, Zonar s, E. Ker sting, Leyes, Curley, Hiney, McKirnan, Hoegler, Manny.

Front: Rei s, Gillen, Pernush, Jerina, Farber, Lan sdowne , Mulcahy, P. Weber, J. R. Baker, S. Simmons, Plappert.

SOPHOMORE ENGINEERS

Rear: Reeb, Poeppelmeier, Litteken, Schlattman.

Sixth: A. Schneble, Bernard, Roes sler, Hoover, Placke, Allen.

Fifth: Matusoff, Wohl sc hlaeger, Ziegler, Burger.

Fourth: McBride, W. Ferron, Goldkamp, Nelli s, Schnurr, Bucher, F. A. Baker, Brodbeck, Greenwald, McFarland.

Third: Frieh s, DiPiero, Shultz, H. Smith, Westendorf, Groos, C. W. Haye s, McDonald.

Second: Connare, Lee, Flynn, Redding , Young, Kirchmer, Burn s, Lindauer, Shimanek, Gregoric.

Front: Fine, Akerland, C. Jack so n, Clark, Olazaga sti , Van Hau se n, 0. Kr oger.

Pag e Sixty-three

The flag looks safe for the present ... Well, you gotta rest, don't you?

Kay seems interested but June is preoccupied Again the battle wages ... But that fellow in the library isn't interested What's the matter, Christy? Is it the food at camp? You again, Christy ... And still eating ... Bill must have just had an exam Voting booth in the Arcade.

OFFICERS

Freshmen

ONE YEAR OF COLLEGE

Two hundred and twenty-nine strong, the freshman class of '39 entered U. D.'s welcoming portals in September and discovered early the value of patience, since many of them waited in line from eight in the morning until three in the afternoon to register.

Exams, always the bane of students, were our main occupations for the next few days. An initiation inflicted the burden of reciting the freshman poem along with wearing placards announcing the wearer's identity. Telling the sophs they were "swell fellows," contrary to common belief, furnished more amusement.

Cap crowning along with the singing and cheering that took place on the steps of the courthouse let off some of the pent-up enthusiasm of the freshies. A taste of the torture of a parade in the heat of an Indian summer day and a battle royal for the possession of the sophomore flag ( which later proved to be a piece of an old tablecloth) resulted in defeat for the freshmen. As a consequence we had to wear freshman caps until Thanksgiving.

As a reward for our good sportsmanship the sophs gave the Freshman Welcome dance which marked our debut into select college society .

Charles McCloskey, president; Paul Ryan, v i ce -p resident; J eanne Withers, secretary; and Robert Swank, treasurer, ably guided our destinies throughout the year.

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FRESHMEN

Top Photo--Rear: W. Smolka, Rist, Weilbacher, Shullo, Welch, Wrynn, Woe ste, Schu l her s, P. Ryan , Zimmerman.

Fifth: Whelton, Wis se l , Starrett, Wat so n, Woeber., Reindl, Rollennan, B. Schmidt, Stacy, Smyth, H. Scott.

Fourth: Rechlien, W Scoll, Wallace , Zeller, R. Wo lff, Scheu, Spoon, Schuler, Taylor.

Third: Simon, Sell, Trisler, Somers, M. Reiling, Wharmby, Warren , Walling.

Second: \V. R eeves, Vila, Reagan, Wither s, Wood, Worman, Swank, Velez, Staber, Roth.

Front: Stoner, Schad, T, Stoeck lein, S. Smith, M. Thoma s , Thornton , Ro se, Swift, Wentz, S hrop s hir e.

ftfiddle Photo-R ear : McCJoskey, Quinn.

Seventh: Pa l m e r, McShane, O ' Rourke, O'Donn e ll , P. Jacobs, Hirt , Med ley, Markey , Knapp, S. Martin.

Sixth: Pruneau, Klopf, Ri ege r , Hyre , P effley.

Fift h: Pri sk e, Hubler, Kavanaugh, R. Lange , Parsons, J. B. Murphy , Mathe s, Preotle.

Fourth: Gieseman, G. Hubbuch , H ess, McEwan, Kramer, M Nolan, Kuhls , Marx, Knepper

Third: Maloney, lmholt , Kuhbander, Letter , P, Kroger, P erez-G uerra, M. Makley , Pujada s.

Second: Kinz e l er, athan, I ge l, Hemler, Poth, Heyn e, Lin sk e r, Nead, Hunk e l er , Kell e r.

Front: Lyons, E. Niehaus, Joyce , Pepiol, McGraw , Hunt , D. Kaiser, McMahon , Luthman, Nash, Koors.

Bot tom Phot o-R e ar: Blum, M. Doyle, A spe ll.

Sixth: Cherry, Browne, C Forslhoff, Anderson, Atk i ns, J. Br e nnan , Froendhoff, Haley, Bodman, C r espo, Knapp.

Fifth: Conno lly, Groh, Greene, Butler , J. Hoefler , Griffin, Deininger , Covarrubias. J. Boland, Bo eck e, Burtschi.

Fourth: Dodl , Boyd, Belton, M. Bol'ch e l'S, D. Bake r , Ball , Althaus, Haberer , Ecaberl, Gaier, Andres.

Third: Frazi e r , Fiorita, Bi scho ff, A. Ferneding, M. Fo ley, Budde, Albers.

Seco nd: Garwood, Daw so n , Carter, Hinkle, Acton, Drury, Du stman , Griffith, B eecro ft.

Front: Hi gg in s. J. Ferneding, Brown, Bau e r, Gund e r , Fox, L. Adams, Finley, F. J. Baker.

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FRESHMAN WEL[OME

Two hundred gay, informal couples gathered together at the Miami hotel to inaugurate the university's social season. Putting aside memories of the Freshman week fracas, with its flag pole fight, the march to the courthouse, and the hilarious stunts of harassed freshies, all united in the friendly spirit of hospitality and spent the fleeting hours dancing to the lilting rhythms of Dick Skapik's orchestra.

Under the able leadership of Johnny Chalmers, assisted by Jeanne McLaughlin, Betty Jane Israel, Margaret Ann Mess, Joseph Hollenkamp, Martha Rose Manny, Leo Farber, Charles McBride, Russell Schlattman, and Duncan Obee, the dance proved a social success of the first degree.

Waltzing in the Empire room Mess, McBride, Manny, Farber, Obee, McLaughlin, Israel, Chalmers, Schlattman, J. Hollenkamp, Moritz, Gibson. Padley Croons for the Crowd
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PERSHING RIFLE FROLIC

An annual affair of three years' standing, the Pershing Rifle Frolic is the only dance given by a campus organization exclusively for its members. Held each year in early December, the dance has become one of the big social events of the season.

This year the affair was staged at the Dayton Country Club with Dick Skapik's college orchestra furnishing the marching and dancing music. Novelties of the Frolic included a reception line and the awarding of medals to outstanding pledges by Lieut.-Col. D. R. Kerr.

Lt.-Col. Kerr presents the medals Frolicking at the Country Club
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UNIOR PROM

Night of night s-Hundreds of gay couples dancing-Qu een Mary Kay e and King Jean reigning in regal splendor-The Juni or Prom of '39.

Couples, dancing to the music of Bert Block and h is be ll m usic, drifted through an assortment of hoop skirts, flowing gow ns, u ps wung coiffures, tuxes, tails and stiff shirts as spotlight s thr ew an aura of red and blue over the Biltmore ballroom. Red and blue su ede prog rams and the U. of D. March added to the success of the dan ce.

General chairman Jean Stapenhor st was as s isted b y a large committee in arranging the evening's fe s tivitie s Includ e d on the com mittee were Virginia Finke, Kaye Herold, Shirley Wur stn e r, William Hill, Larry Fink, Nick Nolan, John Gregory, Joe Thoma s , Larry K norr, Leo Donley, Tod Makely and Johnny Lemming.

Th e co m mittee poses

Rhy th m.

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Dancing at the Bilt mor e. Th e King and Queen .

MIL IT AB Y BALL

Military splendor was the order of the evening of April 14, when the ballroom of the Miami was once again filled with trim uniforms and smart formals, accompanied by all the gleaming brass and glistening leathe,r that make the annual Military Ball the most colorful social event of the year.

At their "Blue and White" ball this year the Pershing riflemen were hosts to distinguished army officers, prominent members of the Officers Reserve Corps, representatives from Pershing companies of other universities, many former cadets and a large majority of the cadet corps. One oI th e novel features of the dance was continuous music furnished by two orchestras alternating in the same ballroom. As entertainment during the intermission, a squad of senior cadet officers presented a special drill routine.

COMMITTEE

STANDING: Lemming, Gibson, Anderton, B. Hollenkamp, Manley, R. ]ones, Ritter, Rab.

SITTING: Kunkler, Schmitt, T. Stoecklein, Griffin, Snapp.

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Happ y couples prome• nad e at the Miami.

COMMITTEE

SPRING SWING

"Spring Swing" is the annual dance sponsored by wom e n s tud ents of the university. Inaugurated in 1937, the dance proved so succe ssful that it has become a custom.

Starting along modest lines, the 1937 Spring Swing wa s a complete success. Then in 1938, wishing to make the dance unusual, th e women turned the table s on their escorts by calling for them, purcha sing bids and taking over all financial responsibility . .

Miss Eileen Fiel, president of the women's organization, was general chairman of the dance. Working under her direction were Florence Siegel, Mary Graziano, Marjorie Coffman, Mary Sharkey, Miriam Lo sh, Mary Ann Fry s inger, Ann Keye s and A nn Ferneding.

Fi el, Losh, Coffman, Siege l , Keyes, A. Ferneding, Sharkey, Frysinger. Boot es fa ces the lens. O ve r s o m e b o d y else's shoulder. Torpey e nt e rta ins Israel, Mess and Arnold.
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]. Ferron, Fitzpatrick, P. Wagner, R. Ni e ha u s, Bishop, Giambrone, Hacker, ]. C. Baker.

SENIOR FABE WELL

Bringing to an end four years of academic and social life, the Senior Farewell, planned and executed by president Tom Manning and his energetic committee, was replete with smiles and tears as seniors bid adieu to their college careers and to each other.

Held at Triangle Ballroom, May 20, the dance was a complete success as Gray Gordon's Tic-Toe Orchestra offered both sweet and swing to satisfy all.

Members of the committee were Bob Stoecklein, Ray Fitz, John Hacker, Ralph Niehaus, Mary Graziano, Kay Struck, Les Giambrone, Paul Wagner, Don Coan, Jake Baker, Willie Banks, Bob Moran, Bill Fitzpatrick, Ed Bishop, Jack Torpey and Jack Ferron.

Committeemen and their dates. Manning and Graziano discuss the dance. Stru ck, Torpey, Manning , Fitz and Banks.
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George gets a shampoo. Tiny sings in the shower and Wolf cuts off the whiskers. Thompson asks for a later per.

Just a bull session. Ferron gets a date while Doonan and Bishop dream. Line gathers to sign in

Giving the papers the once over. Everybody seems inter• ested in dinner - except the boy on the bed.

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Behind walls that will shelter memories longer than the walls will endure-that's dorm life.

The s lamming of doors . the stir of voices . . . the sound of running feetthese serve a s our alarm clocks. The constant in and out waiting in line in the lounge room for a look at Life free periods in the club room with familiar sounds . . clicking billiard balls . . the tinkling piano . . . dull thud of the ping pong ball that's dorm life.

Drowsy afternoons when everyone sleeps -busy Saturday evenings when everyone is going somewhere in a hurry. The sudden hush when word goes around that the "w arpaint i s on," meaning someone's in trouble . . . waiting for your roomie to ge t in at 11 :50 p. m .... that's dorm life. Never ending " bull sessions"-started on an impul se and ended when the walls are bulging. Tri cks of the trade . . . French sheeting a bed taking out bed-springs turning off the water turning off lights in the shower the bitter water wars . . that's dorm life. Th e Dormwhere the s tudent LIVES-in the fulle s t sense of the word.

Freshmen unload but Bren burns the midnite oil over his books.
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Major Keltner speaks To the a sse mbled crowd below The band marche s down Main street And Daw son struts his s tuff All aboard for Huntington on the Migration special ... Prac ti ci ng the card di splay in the s tadium The sq uad lines up.

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' t 7
PART THREE
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LI VING TD LEARN

FOURTH ESTATE

BDDli OF THE FUTURE

HENRY

Grace Aylstock

Paul Beare

Alma Braun

John Chalmers

Marjorie Coffman

James Gibson

John Hacker

Bernard Hollenkamp

Miriam Losh

Margaret Mess

Bill Michael

Simon Nathan

Elma Plappert

Thomas Rab

Joseph Andrasik

REPORTERS

BUSINESS STAFF

Henry

Thomas Reiling

Jack Ritter

Karl Schreiber

Ernie Sharpe

Marijane Spitler

Jean Stapenhorst

Kaye Struck

Michael Sullivan

Paul Wagner

Judy Weckesser

Jeanne Withers

Rubie Worman

Betty Jane Israel

Da y tonian
Rea r: J. C. Baker, Fiel, Coan, Hart• man, Enders, T Ryan. Front: Steffen, Schwering, T. Winter, J _ Martin
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C.
______________________________ __________________________________________________________ Editor THOMAS P. RYAN ________________________________________________________________________ Associate Editor
W. HUMM ____________________________________________________________________ Business Manager CHARLES W . HAYES ______________________________________________________________ Photography Editor
STAFF
JACOB
BA.KER.
GEORGE
EDITORIAL
H. ENDERS _________________________________________________________________________ .Sports Editor JAMES F. MART I N ________________________________________ Section Editor, Guides to Learning J AMES L. SCHWERING ____________________________________ Section Editor, Learning to Live WALTER C. STEFFEN ________________________________________ Section Editor, Living to Learn TYRUS D . WINTER. _______________________________________________________ Associate Section Editor E ILEEN FIEL. _________________________________________________________________________________ Women's Editor
J COAN ________________________________________________________________ Assistant Page Editor
DONALD
Rechtien

Donald Coan

J ea nne McLaughlin

Jeanne Withers

REPORTERS

Lena Adams

Jam es Connolly

Lawrence Daugherty

Mary Graziano

Elizabeth Hunt

Margare t J ergens William Michael

Cl arke Kirby S imon Nathan

Mi ri am Losh Muriel Os wald

Douglas McCreight Elma Plappert

Joseph Medley H enry R ec htien

Rob e rt Spoon

Mildred Wh ar mby

Betty Wilson·

Ruby Worman

Clem Young, Jr.

U. of D. News STR EAMLINED NEWS WALTER STEFFEN .... .... ....................... .. ... ..... .. .... ... . .. Editor•in•Chief JAMES SCHWERIN G ...................................... .... ... ....... ... Associate Editor TYRUS WINTER. ............................................ ............. .. . ... Associate Editor JACOB BAKER ............................... ................ .. ............................ Sports Editor HENRY ENDERS ........ ........ ............... ... .. ....... ... ..... ........ Sports Editor JOHN CHALMERS.... .. .... .. ...... .... .. ... .................. ................... .News Editor
Standing: Coan, J. C. Baker. Sitting: Chalm e r s, McLaughlin, Ender s, T. Winter, Steffen, Bocok, Schwering, Snapp, Aylstock.
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DYNAMIC: MAGAZINE

Vigorously fanning those few glowing sparks of literary genius that somehow survive civilization's ruthless regimentation, the Exponent, oldest of campus publications, has added its bit to the history of American letters and to the name and fame of the university. Issued monthly, it furnished the chief outlet for the embryonic Miltons, Addisons and "Immortal Bards" of Dayton and, by its active editorial policy and tone of dignity, made itself strongly felt in an ever-widening sphere of influence. In the eight editions of the Exponent, collegiate authors, playwrights and poets offered original and entertaining literary products ranging from the utmost in seriousness to the heights of hilarity.

Seldom did the Exponent step from the realms of literature to deal with outside activity, being content to let the journalistic organs of the university handle such matters

James Martin headed the editorial staff for the second successive year, with Marijane Spitler, Ambrose Nakao, S.M., Donald Coan, Alma Braun , Walter Steffen, Karl Schreiber and Ernest Sharpe as associates while Prof. Thomas J. Price, S .M ., supervised the organization as faculty advisor.

Exp o nent
Page Ninety
Steffen, Braun, Sharpe, J. Martin, Paul, Spitler, Coan.

Petit Bavard PARLEZ - -VOUS FRAN[AIS?

In the third year of its publication, "The Little Chatterer" is the only foreign language publication at the university . The staff for 1938-39, working under editor Jim Martin, included Tyrus D. Winter, Marjorie Coffman, Rob ert Rounds, S .M., Margaret Ann Mess, Paul Agnew, and Warner Rohrba ch, S.M. Mme . Fauvet -McLaughlin, native Frenchwoman and former Parisian, helped to perfect the mon thly publication with her advi ce and work as faculty advisor.

Regular features consisted of a section devoted to articles such as food recipes that would be of interest to women, a gossip and humor column, account s from French history, the editor's monthly article on European politics, and the department "Des Arts , de la M u sique, de la Litteratur e." Distinctive artistic elements were provided thro u gh portrait covers, cartoons of university students, and sketch es showing the trends of th e times in women's fashions, contrib u ted by Margaret An n Mess and Marjorie Co ffman.

Le
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McLaughlin, Moore, Coffman. J Martin, T. Winter, Mes s, Snapp.

PRE-MEDIC INFORME R

Although just an embryo in comparison with other campus publications, the Sigma Delta Pi News, published by the Sigma Delta Pi pre-medical society, has advanced steadily during its two years of existence. It boasts of being the only publication sponsored by a campus organization.

The News is published at regular intervals during the curricular year, treating current topics in the field of medicine and news of interest to present and past members of the society. In this way it serves as a means of contact between alumni, as well as being a source of information concerning the activities of the society and department .

Under the direction of editor Alma C. Braun, the staff included Arthur Millonig, Tyrus Winter, John Chalmers, William Paul, Leo Donley, Jack Alter, James Gibson, Max Wool, Richard Schneble, Ralph Lohrey, Ray Kahn, Paul Beare and Anthony Rush, with Dr. Francis J. Molz, S.M., acting as faculty advisor.

elta Pi News
Pn{!e Ninety-two
Wool, T. Winter, Chalmers, Alter, Braun, Lohrey, Paul, Millonig.

Municipal Activities Bureau

[IVI[ REPORT

Each year smce 1931 the Dayton Municipal Activities Bureau has produced "bigger and better" civic reports University of Dayton students from all departments are responsible for the collection, editing, and assembling of the material which they turn out as a revealing collection of civic facts, graphically and pictorially illustrated.

Much favorable comment results from nation-wide sources. In a letter from City Manager F. 0. Eichelberger, the following indication of the quality of last year's report is given: "It is without doubt the most complete, comprehensive and the best prepared report the City of Dayton has ever published. We have received many testimonials to this effect, and are only too glad to pass them on to the student body itself." Alex Rudzienski and Arthur Millonig co-edit this year's report.

Standing: J. C. Baker, Lo sh, Jergens, Andrasik, Wilson, Reilly, Millonig, Nieberlein, Rudzienski, McLaughlin, Oswald, W. Schneble, Coffman, R. Sto e cklein, Klepacz, Steffen, Enders. Sitting: Wool, Manny, Bocok, Kunkler, Lemming, Wharmby, Moore, T. Winter, Aylstock.

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Burning the midnight oil over the Daytonian . Proof reading the Exponent ... The editor gets snapped twice Rolling out the Sigma Delta Pi News ... Re-write man on the Civic report ...

Patching together a couple of columns ... Pondering over an editorial for the Petit Bavard ... Page proofing the U. D. News.

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MILITARY

ADVANC:ED MILITAR Y

Advanced military trammg classes are offered to junior and semor stude nt s at the University of Dayton. All freshmen and sophomores are required to tak e the basic military course. This year , under the instruction of Lt.-Col. D. R. K e rr , P.M.S. & T. , and Major Ed g ar Keltner , six companies were organized with th e junior and senior students acting as commanding officers. Over the six companies , the R. 0. T. C. battalion , Lt. -Col. Kerr placed a cadet major and hi s s taff .

REGULAR ARMY STAFF-Lt.-Col. Kerr, Major Keltner, Staff Sgt. Monahan, Staff Sgt. Southall.
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CADET BATTALION STAFF- Ker sting , Ritt e r , Wil ey CADET C AP TA I NS AN D FIR S T LIE UTENANTSR e ar: Capt. B Holl en• kamp 1st Lts Schroed er, Nieberl e in , R . Moran , Ca pt. Steff en, 1st Lt. Kersting Front : Cap ts . R ya n , Coa n , Rab, Wa gner, StoeckJ ein , Bu ehrle

CADET 1ST LTS. - R e ar: J. F erron, Spatz, H. Mullen, Zahn, Krumh a n s l , Flanagan, R Myer s. Front: Lorenz, Rudzienski, An• dra si k , Crimes, Myrick, Pflum , R e illy.

J UNIOR MILITARY - Rear:

Litkowski, Winklejohn, Carrigan, Scharf, Schmitt, Furst, Wiley, J. Thomas, Stapenhor sl, Ri e d e l , Gli ck, R. Fors lhoff. Front: Mueller, Kerez s i, Lemming, F. Murphy, Stolz , Born s, G. Humm, L F ink , Thompson, W. mn.

COMPANY A - Cadet Capts.

Ryan a nd B. Hollenkamp, Cadet 1st Lts. Schroeder , Grim es, Lorenz, H. Mull e n, Cadet 1st Sgt. Schmitt.

COMPA NY B - Cade t Capt.

Wagner , Cadet 1st Lts. R. Moran, Pflum, Spa tz , Zahn, Cadet I s l Sgt. Stapenhorst.

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Pag e

COMPANY C-Cadet Capts. R Sto eckl ein, Steffen, Cadet 1st Lt R. Mye,s, Cadet 1st Sgt. J. T hom as.

COMPANY D - Cadet Capt. Rab, Cadet 1st Lts. Nieberlein, ReilJy, and Rudzienski, Cadet 1st Sgt Thomp son.

COMPANY E - Cadet Capt. Coan, Cadet 1st Lts. Andrasik, F lanaga n , and Myrick, Cadet 1st Sgt. Lemming.

BAND COMPANY-Cadet Capt. Buehrle, Cadet Isl Lts. J. Ferron a nd Krumhan sl, Cadet 1st Sgt. W. Hill.

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Pershing Rifl,es

[RA[li DRILLERS

Company B, 1st Regiment, Pershing Rifles, attempts to promote character and leadership, and to establish drill units of the highest military caliber. It is affiliated with the national fraternity of Pershing Rifles, founded by General John J. Pershing in 1894 at the University of Nebraska.

Early last fall 70 new members were initiated into the society, and participated in individual, squad, and platoon competition within the company under the leadership of Major Edgar A. Keltner, U.S.A ., faculty advisor, Cadet Captains Thomas P. Rab and Bernard F. Hollenkamp, regimental staff officer, 1st Lt. Earl P. Wiley, Jr., 2nd Lts. Frank J. Schmitt and John J. Lemming, and 1st Sgt. Robert Q. Jones.

Social high spots of the Pershings' year were the annual Military Ball and the Pledge Dance.

For the first time in its history, the Dayton unit was host to the annual regimental drill meet held May 12. Teams from Ohio State university, Akron university, the University of Kentucky and other schools met in · the stiff competition.

Company B-1 Pershing Rifles and Honorary Cadet Captain Jeanne McLaughlin.
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Rifle Team

SHOTS

Coached by Lt. -Col. D. R . Kerr and Sgt. Charles Monahan, the U. of D. rifle team busied itself shooting for postal matches for the greater part of the schoo l year . Six four -year men and 15 others combined to turn in scores which won them victories over many of the larger universities of the country.

Dayton entered three five-man teams in the William Randolph Hearst trophy match and one 15-man team in the Corps Area Intercolle giate match in whic h the Flyer shooters finished fourth behind Culver, Ohio State and Indiana.

Highest individual score turned in was Joe Andrasik's 370. In the prone shooting Bill Allen, Earl Wile y, Bill Buehrle, and Jack Ritter all shot perfect scores. Don Kersting's 99 was the highest sitting score, while Andrasik shot a 96 in the kneeling position and Buehrle shot an 86 in the standing position to record the top scores.

Cumulative averages for the year showed Andrasik in the l ead with 91.56, followed closely by Buehrle's 91.53. Other leaders in their order were Bernard Hollenkamp , Robert Stoecklein, and Don Kersting.

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Front: Schroeder, Andrasik, Buehrle, D. Kersting, Riller , R . Stoecklein, B. Ho1lenkamp. Rear: Lt.-Col. Kerr, R. ForsthofT, Maloney, Allen, Higgins, Drury, Messham, Staff Sgt. Monahan.
MUSI[ AND DRAMA

Dance O r chestra

U. D. C:OLLEGIANS

"U. D. Collegians," campus dance band, was organized this year by James Krumhansl, Cleveland, 0. senior. The orchestra, which consists of ten pieces, has played at various assemblies and presentations of the student body, including the dramatic club offerings and the annual Monogram Club musical show. Off-campus dance engagements for high school clubs and other Dayton groups were filled throughout the school year.

Members include: James Krumhansl, David Roland, Robert McKirnan, Joseph Murphy, saxophones; Ty Winter, Hugh Bunn, trumpets; John Glemet, piano; Don Althaus, drums; Harry Jerina, guitar; and Jacob Walther, bass.

U. D. COLLEGIANS- Walther, Krumhansl, T. Winter, Roland, Althaus, Bunn, J. A. Murphy, Glemet, McKirnan.
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Band

MARCH AND SWING

From an insignificant beginning in 1904 when Bro. Louis Vogt, S.M., organized a 12-piece band, the University of Dayton band has expanded into its present 60-piece unit. Maurice Reichard has been director of the band since 1929 and has been responsible for its unique gridiron formations and annual concerts.

Tagged with the name "Flyers," the band has adopted as its specialty numerous airplane formations. Out in front of the unit this year was ace drum major, Robert Dawson, number three baton twirler in the country. Besides playing for all football games, the band entertained at basketball tilts and presented its annual concert in the N. C. R. auditorium.

UNIVERSITY OF DAYTON BAND

Rear: Boeke, Starrett. Tenth: Lorenz, B. Schmidt, J. A Murphy, Roessler, Giesema n, Peffley. Ninth: Zahn, Roland, Fitzharris, Gibson, Gaier, Skapik Eighth: J Ferron, Gregoric, Burtschi, T. Winter, Schoen, Bunn Seventh: Reilly, Zink, W. Reeves, Hickey, Imholt, Buehrle Sixth: W. Hill, Trisler, A. Weber, Harn, Litteken, Mulligan. Fifth: Krumha n sl, Sullivan, McNerny, Friehs, Walther, Glemet. Fourth: Becker, Hummert, Groos, Rotterman, W. Smolka, E. Kersting. Third: D. Baker, E. Niehaus, McConnaughey, McFarland, Myrick, Hoover. Second : Drury, Spegele, Taylor, Klopf, W. Ferron, Higgins . Front: Maurice Reichard, D i rector; Bob Dawson, Drum Major; Martha Welhener, Sponsor.

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DAYTON'S WARBLERS

Although the glee club was established in 1920 by Bro. Th omas Poit ra s, S.M., it was not until 1928 that the group presented it s first p u b li c concert. In 1931 Maurice Reichard, pre sent director, reorga n ize d the club . Through hi s direction the group became well kn own, singi ng over WLW and several local stations.

In 1936 still further recognition was given to the lo cal singers a s they e n tered into musical competition with nine oth er Ohi o colleges in the Ohio intercollegiate glee club conte st over station WEN S in Co lumbus. Each year the club adds to its pre stige and during th is past yea r mad e numerous local appearance s and broadcasts, be sides cooperat in g with the Monogram club in pre senting th e annual mu sical comedy.

Officers of the organization are William Michael, pres i dent; Ralp h Lo~rey, vic e -president; and Bernard Hollenkamp, sec r e tary -treasurer.

R ea r : Fitzpatrick , Ska• p ik, D Baker, Strasser, lmh olt, Drury, We ilbach er, SteinJage, Kappeler, Michael, P Jacobs, Beare.

Seco n d; Reichard , Spe gel e, Ruh, J. Winte r, Loges, E. Kersting, Unve rferth , Velez, T, Winter, G lemet.

F r o n t : Bauer, K rumh ansl, J. F erron, B Holl enkamp, Schwering, Boo les, J. A. Murp h y, Wilcox, Lohrey.

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Mixed Chorus

STAGE AND FOOTLIGHTS

With only thr ee years of organization behind it, this group began this year to se t traditions that will take concentrated effort to uphold. Mauri ce R. R e ichard, director, associated a modern choir style with a select group of 35 singers taken from the larger unit, and as a result we thrille d to seve n-part arrangements of the Anthem, U. D. March, "I Get Along Without You Very Well," "Deep Purple," and other popular tun es

It was thi s chorus that took part in both local and out -of-town broadcast program s, presented an imitation broadcast for the Honor Key presentation program in April, and furnished the leads and the singing chorus for th e Monogram Club's "Fifty Grand," an original musical comedy writte n by Francis S. Gabel and Maurice Reichard . Ralph Lohrey i s pr es ident of the organization; Don Bootes, vice-president; Pat Snapp, sec r e tary.

R e ar : W ei lb ac h er, Drury, P J acobs, S trasser, lmholt.

Fourth: Wilcox, J A. Murph y, Krumh ans l , Lohr ey , Sc h wer in g, Bau e r, Ve lez, J W inte r, Loges , E Kerst in g.

Third : Spegel e, Fitzpatrick, J. Fe rron , Ka pp el er, Steinlage, Sk apik. D Bake r, B . H olle nkamp , U n ve rf er th , Mi cha e l, Booles, Re ichard.

Seco nd : Finl ey, McLau ghlin , S iege l, Moore, Coffman , Z o n a r s , D Kai ser, Dustm a n, B udde, M . M ye r s. Hun t, ,vharmb y, Swift , Fox.

Front: M. R ei lin g, R . W ag ner, W entz, Luthman , '\'1;1orm a n , Nas h , Mann y, Pl a ppe rt, M argolis. Isra e l , Sna p p Fry s in ge r, I. A d a m s, Watkin s, ea d .

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[BANTERS SUPREME

Composed of a group of resident students, the chapel choir endeavors to add to the reverential atmosphere at religious services conducted in Immaculate Conception chapel. Around a nucleus of ten veteran members, an organization of 25 capable singers has been built within the past year.

This group, under the direction of Dr. Louis Saletel, S.M., choir director and organist, has presented several three and four-part Masses during the year. With the Gregorian chant as the basis of their repertoire, choir members have sung the Mass by Richard Key s Biggs dedicated to Father Junipero Serra, founder of the California missions, and the Missa Brevis, with music by Rev. Carlo Rossini They have also presented "Ave Marias" by Rossini, Arcadelt and Bottigliero.

Election of officers early in the fall placed Tyrus D. Winter in the presidency. Walter Steffen is vice -president, and John Chalmers is secretary.

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Drury , Schwering, Weilbacher , Krumhansl , Littek en, P. Carroll, Beare, Wilcox, T. Winter, Michael , Steffen, W . Smolka, Gunder, Cha lmers, Bauer, Glernet , Hoegler, P Jacob s, Lorenz, Stein lage.

Dramatics COLLEGE IS

Continuing in their second year of existence with renewed vigor, the Thespians, U.D. dramatic club, widened their scope of activities and enlarged the membership to twice the number included last year. In addition to pre senting two three-act and one single-act play, the Thespians also participated in the musical show and many of the programs in the U.D. radio series over local station WI-IIO.

Guided by Maurice Reichard and Dr. William 0. Wehrle, S.M ., the organization presented its first play, "Happiness Ahead" immediately before Lent. A comedy about life in a trailer camp, "Happiness Ahead" enjoyed complete success and was given in repeat performances at the National Military Home and St. Elizabeth Hospital.

Playing in a majority of the programs of the radio series, the Thespians were commended for their quick grasp of radio technique and capable handling of roles in a novel medium.

Officers elected for the year were William Fitzpatrick, president; William Michael, vice-president; and Betty Jane Israel, secretarytreasurer.

Second:

Front:

Rear: Glem et, lmholl, Shimanek , Schwering, Krumhan sl, D. Bake r, Boole s, J. F e rron , Yonng, Li slon, Skapik , Roland. Finley , Hunt , M. Borchers, McLaugh1in, Snapp , Robin s, Wur s tner, M. Myers, Richart, With ers
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Plapperl, Isra el , Worman, Manny , Nead , Watkin s, Carter ,
J\ STAGE

POWDER AND PAINTE RS

Directed by Maurice Reichard and Dr. Will iam We hrl e , S.M., the Thespians, university dramatic club, in additi on to prese nting two play s during the 1938-1939 season, participated in the prod u c tion of a mu s ical comedy based on the trial s and tribulation s of college life. Written by Mr. Reichard and Frank Gable, ' 32, th e show, inco rporating the now traditional football players' dancing ch orus, was vote d the be st production of its type ever given by U . D.

I sra e l and Roland

CAMPUS DRliANIZATIONS

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BLOCK MEN

Now in its fourteenth year, the monogram club continues as an organization of varsity members who have merited athletic letters. This year, members of the football squad received gold football emblems, symbols of their 1938 Buckeye conference football championship. Monogram men have participated in campus entertainment programs, and again this year, sponsored the annual musical comedy.

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CAMPUS GENIUSES

Alpha Sigma Tau honor society was organized four years ago to give recogni- tion to students who maintain a high scholastic average. A point-hour average of 2.5 is required for membership. In addition to furtherin g scho lastic ability, the honor society sponsors social functions, either inviting guest speakers or having its own members offer entertainment.

Officers elected to head the "intelligentia" included: Walter Steffen, pres- ident; Robert Carrigan, vice-president; Betty Wilson, secretary-treasurer.

MONOGRAM CLUB

Rear: R. Niehaus, P. Wagner, Giambrone, Knorr, McDonough, Newsock, Biehle , Donley.

Second: Voit, Kelly, French, Torpey, Olejnyik, J. Thomas, Stapenhorst, Riedel, Grimes.

Front : Pad ley, G. Smolka, Fur s t, Hoelzer, Bank s, Bache, Fitz, Manning, Rosato , Carr.

ALPHA SIGMA TAU

Rear: Spatz, R. Stoecklein, Nieberlein, E. Kersting , Humpert , Kappeler, A Schneble, Buehler.

Fourt.h: Rab , Zarka, Lorenz , Chalmers, Schlattman, T Winter, Stapenhorst.

Third: Sprauer, Coan, Hacker, Placke , Zonars, Mess, Steffen, Millonig, W Hill.

Second; A. Weber , Schroeder, J Martin, Snapp, McLaughlin , R Wa gner, Manny, Losh, Oswald , Pauzar, Wil son, Paul, J. Winter.

Front: J. C. Baker, Zahn, Doles, Plappert, B. Hollenkamp, Riller , Spitler, D. Kersting , P. Weber, J. Holle.nkamp

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o)lannin.r, tBnaJUL

PROGRAM DIRECTO R S

Organized to further interest in the university, the Radio Planning Board worked out a system whereby every student would be able to cooperate as a representative of his department. The board carefully organized departments to insure the greatest utilization of talent, and give the listening audience the finest type of entertainment possible. Script_ writers, speakers, those active in dramatics, musicians-all cooperated in presenting a series of 15 weekly radio programs over station WHIO.

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DISCUSSION GROUP

The International Relations club is an upper-class organization designed to create an interest in present day world affairs. With a membership drawn principally from the Arts department, the club meets weekly for open discussions on events and personalities of international importance and student interes t. Books and other materials used in the meetings and discussions were obtained from the Carnegie Endowment fund.

Officers for the year were Joseph White , president, and Grace E. Aylstock, secretary.

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RADIO PLANNING BOARD Coan, Ritter, Braun, Chalmers, Steffen. INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS Rea r : Michael, J. Martin. Front: Zarka, White, Alystock, Moore
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CABOS

Rear: Haley, Farber, Bucher, Walling, Connar e, Voit.

Third: Lemming, Hartman, Flanagan , Unverferth, M c Ewan, Olejnyik.

Second: McLaughlin , Moor e , Swift, Kramer, Schlattman, R. Smith.

Front: J. Winter, Coan , Wecke ss er, P. Kroger, B. Hollenkamp.

FINE A RT S

Rear: Ruh , T. Winte r, Gle m e t, Beare, Skapik.

Fourth: Schwerin g, Mi ch ae l , Steinl age, Hartman, P. Carroll.

Third : Wilcox, Kapp e l e r, M c L aug hlin , J. F e rron , Zonar s.

Se cond: Steffen, M. M ye r s, Mess, E R e iling, Plappert.

Front: I srael, Coffman, Mo o r e, Manny.

SERVICE AND SUPPORT

CABOS , coin ed abbreviation of th e n ewly or ganiz ed Campu s Activities Boa rd of Service , ha s come , durin g the pas t year, to si g nif y th e sup port and ass ur e the s u cc ess of an y campu s a c tivity with which it i s conn ec te d. I t is composed of a g roup of stud ents, r es ident and non-res id ent, cho se n a s r epresentatives of their r esp ec tiv e departm ents Reli g iou s and oth er a cti viti es on the campus ar e brou ght to th e attention of students throu gh thi s g roup. Donald J. Coan, sen ior bu sin ess, acted a s pres id ent of th e organization.

AESTHETIC GROUP

Ke e pin g in stride with Dayton in dev e lopin g a h e retofor e s pora di c culture, th e univ er sity Fin e Arts s oci ety was found ed this year und er th e direction of P rof. Frank M. Lud ewi g Officers e lec ted w er e T y ru s D. Winte r , p r es i dent; Be tt y Jan e I s ra e l , sec r e tar y Aim s of th e org anizati on we r e di re cte d toward increas in g appr ec iation of art and its pha ses b y vi sits to points and presentati ons of a es th e ti c valu e, b y monthl y art exhibits in th e lib ra r y and by t r i- week l y m ee tin gs whi ch brou ght not ed lo cal p e r sona ges befor e th e s tud en ts .

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RAH RAH BOYS

Compo sed of an active group of students interested in the promotion of campus spirit, th e spirit committee has been busily engaged in supplying inspirational student activities during the past year Highlighting the football season were the "U. D. Student Special" to Huntington, W. Va., for the migration -day game with Marshall, homecoming activities, pep rallies, and the Pansy Bow I classic While its activities have been primarily allied with athletics, the spirit com- mittee was an appreciable asset in the Christmas basket drive

ARGUE R S' F R ATE R NI T Y

Co ve rin g 10,000 miles and meeting over 50 colleges and universities from 15 s ta tes, th e university debate society, Upsilon Delta Sigma , has completed an active year. Under the faculty guidance of Dr. William 0. Wehrle, S.M., and the s tud ent leadership of Donald J. Coan, president; William Michael , vicepresi dent ; Glenn C. Wolf, secretary; Karl F. Schreiber, treasurer; and George Hum m, publicity, the society sponsored three national trips, extending South , East, a nd Mid-Wes t. These trips were arranged by John Chalmers , debate manager .

SPIRIT COMMITTEE

R e ar : Lemming, W. Smith, N. Hubbuch, Bishop. Sec ond : Gregory , Hacker, Quatman , G Bumm

Fr o nt: 1\fclaugh1in, Doonan, Mess.

DEBATERS

R e ar: Shimanek , Wool , W. Smith , P. Jacob s, Mulli gan Fror1t : Schreiber, Chalmers , Micha el , Wolf, E. Olcott, Whalen.

Sumdin g : Coan .

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HONOR KEYS

Rear : Doles , Zahn , Lohrey, Rab , J. Martin, T. Winter.

Second: Sprauer, Nieberlein, R Stoecklein, Coan, J. C. Baker.

Front: Ritter, Steffen, Spitler, Aylstock, B Hollenkamp , D. Kersting . C.S.M.C.

Rear: Connolly, McEwan.

Second: Michael, Beare , T. Winter, Covarrubias, Butler, Fr. Ferree.

Front: Coan, Schwering, Steffen, Ruch:ien ski, Pri ske

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KEY MEN AND WOMEN

Seventeen students, 15 men and two coeds, attained the coveted Alpha Sigma Tau honor key, indicative of a seven semester cumulative point hour ratio of 2.5 or more. The keys, awarded at a special convocation in March, attest to the intellectual ability of the university's "braintrusters," whose reports had been graced with A's and B's for the three and a half years. The 17 key men and women led in almost every campus activity, not being content to rest on their scho lastic laurels.

CAMPUS CRUSADERS

Devoted to apostolic ends, the Catholic Students' Mission Crusade unit, sixmonth old campus group, has entered whole-heartedly into the Cincinnati archdiocesan organization set-up. The unit supplied a basis for the entrance of U. D. students into National University Catholic Action and assisted in promoting the Catholic World Congress of University Federations. Members also encouraged and supported the activities of the Miami Valley regional C. S. M. C. conference.

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PROFESSIONAL GROUPS

Rear : Kerez si, Scharf, E Simmons, L. Hi.11 , Rex , O'Toole, L Mullen, C. G. Haye s.

Second: Mueller, Leonard, Siff, Wiley, Schmitt, Dailey, T. Foley, T. Ryan.

Front: J Olcott, Schroeder, Gelofcsak, Olejnyik, B Hollcnk amp, H Mullen, Lorenz, Grimes, Trost.

Rear: Millonig, T Winter, Klosterman, Tonnous, Donl ey , Waag, T. Mak ley.

Fourth: P. Carroll, A. Weber, Ohala , Kochendorfer.

Third: Rush, Rab, Chalmers, Beare.

Seco nd: Gray, H. Jacob s, Koenig, Lohrey, Braun , Biechler.

Front: Kahn, Birmingham, Wool, Gibson, R. Schneble, Alter, Paul.

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MECHANICS DELUXE

Durin g th e third year of its existence th e Mechanical Engineering society has performed the fun ction of increasin g practical en gin eerin g know ledge of its m embe r s by means of l ec tures and a complete program of trips to industrial plants.

With Prof. Andrew R. Weber, S.M., as advisor, Bernard Hollenkamp as chairman, Frank Schmitt as secreta ry-tr easure r , and Clem Young as publici t y director, th e lecture meetin gs were held the first Monday of each month

EMBRYO MEDICOS

Sigma Delta Pi, honorar y pre-medical socie ty, was organized to promote and foster good scholar ship, receiving as m embers only those who attain a high point average. The organization endeavors to present at each meeting speakers whose topi cs are of ed u ca tional value a nd professional interest to the medica l s tud ent.

Officers are: president, John Alter; vice-president, William Paul; secretary , Harry Ja cobs; treasurer, Arthur Millonig.

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FUTURE E D IS ON S

The camp us chapter of the Illuminating Engineers society was organized by Dr. U. J. Rapp e l, S .M ., for the advancement of the theory and practice of illuminating engineering.

At informal bi-weekly meetings conducted by the junior and senior electrical engineerin g students, prepared talks by members are followed by open discussions . Through these meetings electrical engineering students keep abreast of the latest developments in the light and illumination field s

SUP R EME SU R VEY OR S

JLLUMINAT I NG ENG I NEERING SOCIETY

Standing: F. Murphy, Gogolach, Dr. Rappel , Fitzpatrick, P. Wagner, Murray, R. Moran, R. Warner, Rupert, Eckhardt, Hoppa, Egger.

Sitting: Zahn, Krumhan sl , Stra sse r-, Clossi11ger, Wong, Fletcher.

AMERICAN SOCIETY OF CIVIL ENGINEERS

Standing: Schnurr, Lewis, Flynn , Redding, Burns, Lasar , W Hill, Wohl sch laeger, F Hari g, R. Smith, Tom , R. Forslhoff, Sullivan.

Sitting: Ru ssell , R. Harig, H. Smith, Groos, Brodb eck, Sultenfu ss.

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The Unive r sity student chapter of the American Society of Civil Engineers , es tabli she d in 1926, consists of 20 sophomores, juniors and seniors. Outstanding achievement for the group was the 19 39 " Letter of Commendation" awarded to the U. D. chapter by the national society.

Bi-weekly me etings of the group dealt with professional subjects, and in addition, var iou s social g atherings were held throughout the year at the homes of student members.

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CHEMICAL SEMINAU

Rear : Kinn ey, J. Brennan , Wilke, H ettinger . Third: Fitzharris, T Reiling , Bersuder, Flanagan, Schre iber. Second : Schwering, Reilly, Myrick , Samuels, Nieberlein, R Kai se r.

Front : Tanis, W. Schneble, Fitz, Pflum , Buehler, Riller

UAD I O CLUB

Rear: R. Warner , Gogolach, R Moran, Rupert. Third: Scharf, Glos singer, Nosil, O'Toole , T Foley, Kerez si, Wiley. Second: C G. Hayes , Egger, E. Simmo ns, L. Hill, Dailey, Rex, Murray, P. Wagn e r, Zahn.

Fro n t: Schmitt, Strasse r, Hoppa, C. Jackson, Wong, F Murphy , Fitzpa trick, Fletcher, Bro. Rose , Krumhan sl

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TE S T T U B E R S

Intended to acquaint junior and senior chemical engineers with problems and processes beyond the scope of their textbooks, and give them a broader view of the chemica l engineering fie l d, the chem seminar met weekl y throughout the year.

Officers were James Pflum, president; Raymond Fitz , vice-president; Henry Buehler, secretary; and Marijane Spitler, publicity director.

C OD E H AMS

Study of radio code and the theory necessary to obtain an amateur license was th e object of the year's work of the campus radio club Plann ed to ass ist beginners and add practical experience to the know ledge of th e more advanced, the radio club studied the fundamentals of transmission and reception and analyzed circuits in addition to th e study of code, under the faculty advisorship of Prof. Loui s Rose, S.M

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OFFICERS

Judge William H. Wolff, '31, Dayton, President

Joseph E. Keller, '29, Washington, D. C., Vice-President

Torrence A. Makely, '13, Dayton, Treasurer

James A. Connelly, '35, Dayton, Secretary

DIRECTORS

Victor C. Smith, '05, Dayton

Russell J. Summers, '21, Dayton

Edward G Breen, '30, Dayton

William A. Blake, '26, Dayton

John E. Ledger, ' 16, Dayton

Louis A. Sucher, '09, Dayton

COLLEGE REMEMB R ANCES

Judge William H. Wolff, Dayton, Ohio , is president of the Alumni Association, an organization of all graduates and former students of the university. This group has been instrumental in promoting loyalty to the Alma Mater, and strengthening personal friendships among the alumni.

U. of D.'s annual homecoming celebrations are sponsored by the association which also promotes alumni meetings in various cities . Activities carried on under the direction of the Alumni secretary, James Connelly, include: publica- tion of alumni news, sending out of newsletters concerning activities of the society and maintenance of correspondence among members.

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News Agencies

HEADLINERS

Collaborating to bring U . of D. activities before the public are James Connelly, director of the news bureau, and Maurice Reichard, field secretary.

Connelly's activities include the gathering and dissemination of news concerning campus and off-campus students, university developments and arranging features on unusual phases of the university' s varied activities.

Reichard advises high school students on college curricula, and frequently addresses senior students throughout the state on college life. For the past several years he has directed a mail campaign publicizing U. of D courses of study. Besides acting as field secretary, Reichard also directs campus musical activities in his role as mu sic director.

James Connelly Maurice Reichard
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FOOTBALL AND BASKETBALL

ATHLETIC BOARD

University of Dayton's athletic board has control over all matters concerning athletics at the school, such matters, however, being subject to the approval of the president.

The board consists of eleven individuals, five of whom are lay members. Bro. Jerome McAvoy, S.M., is chairman of the group and also served as president of the Buckeye Intercollegiate association this year.

Members of the board are Martin C. Kuntz, J. J. Hartnett, David H. Margolis, J. Ellis Mayl, Merle P. Smith, Jack R. Brown, Judge William H. Wolff, Bro. William A. Dapper, S.M., Bro. William J. Wohlleben~ S.M., and Bro. Francis J. Molz, S.M. Harry Baujan, athletic director, is an advisory member of the board.

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Harry C. Baujan Bro. Jerome McAvoy

DIREl:TDR

Much that is complimentary has been and can still be said about Harry Baujan, athletic director of the ·university of Dayton. As head football coach he has elevated Dayton's position from that of a small, obscure school to that of 1938 co-champions in the Buckeye conference.

Harry is a coach that remembers the true value of athletics. To him it is not the winning of the game that is important, but the fact that the men on his teams and the students in back of them must learn the lesson that they should not be "quitters" or "poor sports" on the athletic field or in the battle of life.

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VARSITY FOOTBALL SQU AD

Dayton' s as si stant football coaches las t fall wer e Jo e H olsinger, Lou Tschudi, and Ed Malloy. Holsinger tutored the backfi e l d; Tschudi, th e freshmen; and Malloy as sisted Tschudi.

It was Joe Holsinger's job to develop the Flyer ba ckfi el d, and pa rti cularly important was the task of in structing th e quarte rb acks in football strategy. Holsing~r left the University of Dayton Ma rc h 1, to accept a position at Michigan State under Charlie Bachman, hi s old co llege coach. Before coming to Dayton in 1935, Holsinge r se r ved as ass istant coach at the University of Florida and at Wi scon sin.

Lou Tschudi and Ed Malloy had charge of the y e arlin g sq u ad . Besides this, they acted as scout s for the team. Both Mallo y a n d Tschudi are U. of D. graduates.

FOOTBALL SQUAD

First Row: Jack Padley, Glen Smolka, Howard Carr, Al Ro sato, Elmer Bache, Don Malloy, Eugene We stendorf, Frank Baujan, Dave Grime s, Joe Andra sik, Ed Marre, Bob Riedel.

Second Row: Norm Hoelzer, Charle s Zwi es l e r, L es Giambrone, Joe Thoma s, Norman Tro st, Harry Jerina, Al Suttman, T e d Harroll, Howard Lan sdowne, Herb Redding, Thoma s Glick, Fred George and William Kelly.

Third Row: Coach Baujan, Willard Bank s, Joe Eiler s, Henry Chmiel, Cletu s Fr e nch, Ray Fitz, Jean Stapenhorst, Duncan Obee, John Rumig, Carl Co st e ll, Val Pernu sh, Elwood Dryden , Joe Paluzzi , Coa ch Hol sing e r.

Fourth Row: Leo Farber, John Humm , William Moran, Larry Knorr, John New sock, Coley M cDonough, Paul Wagner, Ralph Ni e haus, Tom Manning, Joe Olej y nik, and Cap Voit.

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1THE liRIDIRON IN ACT ION

Nigh t contest .. . Marre runs 67 yard s for touchdown . . . Pad l ey scores first time he carries ball ... Runs 66 yards Smolka scores i n second period ... Moran dashes 43 yards for tally ... Padl ey passes to Marre for touchdown ... Zwiesler runs 25 yard s for fi n al score Baujan substitutes freely.

McDonough scores on 51 -yard run Padley scor es a n oth e r touchdown ... McDonough passes to Knorr, who lateral s to P ad ley fo r third score ... Three touchdowns in four plays Second qua r ter sc oreless .. Smolka tallies in third McDonough scores ag a in in fi nal quar- ter ... End George score s two touchdown s on pa ss e s .. . En t i r e squad play s.

Scoreless first period . Padley tallie s from four-yard li ne . Bearcats score and convert extra point ... Dayton behind a t h a l f, 7-6 ... Flyer s stage second half comeback . .. McDonough pa sses to Pad l ey for si x-pointer ... Padley runs 66 yard s ... Hi s third tally of game .. Ro s ato score s on quarterback sneak ... Niehaus injures hand .

Kelly kick s field goal from 18-yard lin e .. . 30-yard pa ss from H oe lz e r to Padley score s touchdown ... Hilltopp e r s l e ad 10- 0 . Tol e do recover s Flyer fumble and scores on end sweep ... Beach tall ies sec-

HOW THEY FARED 38 Day ton- Witte nb e r g ······--···· 0 45 Dayton- George town ........ . 0 26 D ayton-Cin cinnati ............ 7 17 Dayton - Tol edo ···-·······-·-·---·13 0 D ay ton- Mia mi ·--················ 14 13 Day ton - Mars h a ll --·-··-··· ···· 7 7 Day ton- X av ie r ......... ... ... 14 13 Da yton - Ohio U ·------·-------- 0 25 D ayton - O. W esl eya n ···-·--- 0 184 Padl~y Goe s Over P age On e Hun d red T we n ty•six 55 DAYTO N ·······--· ·--- - -- 13 WITTENBERG - - -- -- 0 12 0 7 0 6-38 0- 0
DAYTON - -- - - -- - 20 GEORGETOWN - -------------------- 0 0 0 6 0 19-45
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D AYTO N ·- ··--·····-··-·-········· 3 TOLEDO ···- -· ·-··-····-· · 0 7 6 0 7 7-17 0-13
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VOIT PADLEY, MARRE THOMAS , McDONO l: GH NEWSOCK GEORGE GR I MES TROST BACHE ANDRAS J K GIAMBRONE BANKS OLEJYNIK KELLY
MANNING MANNING SCORES CARR BAUJAN

ond Rocket touchdown on another end sweep Toledo ahead, 13-10 ... One minute and 22 seconds remain to play ... Ball in Flyers possession on their own 40 ... Banks fades back To sses pass to Stapenhorst on Rocket 25 ... Jean juggles ball ... Grasps it Eludes two tacklers ... Scores winning touchdown.

DAYTON 0 0 0 0- 0

MIAMI - -- - - 0 0 0 14-14

First conference game for Flyers . Three quarters scoreless Fourth Period ... Metzger passes to Kessler for Redskin touchdown ... Metzger scores second Indian tally from one Flyer s complete ly outplayed Miami perfect ball club . . William s of Miami individual star ... Result big upset.

DAYTON - - - 6 0 7 0-13

MARSHALL 0 0 0 7- 7

Dayton migration day 1000 U. D. follower s in Huntingt on Marshall homecoming ... Flyer's ball on Mar shall 30 Play sta rts right ... Hoelzer has ball ... He stops ... Pivots Thro ws ball diagonally across field to George standing alone on two ... Marshall caught flatfooted ... Fred scores Oval on Marshall 46 ... McDonough passes down center to Knorr, who outruns the Herd secondary .. . Score 13-0, Flyers Marshall's Elkins scores in fleeting seconds ..

First Flyer victory in Buckeye Niehaus back in lineup ... No individual star.

PERN US H FURST
ROSATO KELLY BOOTS O NE DAYTON - - 0 XAVIER - - - - 0 S TAPENHORST R U MIG HOELZER 7 7 0 0 0- 7 7-14
QUEEN MARY ACCEPTS ROSES FROM PRESIDENT HUMM GLICK

Dayton homecoming ... Queen Mary Graziano reigns ... Padley scores on 41-yard gallop ... Xavier recovers blocked Dayton kick ... Weiler passes to Keller for "X" marker ... Score tied at half Third quarter scoreless Weiler passes to Kluska for winning touchdown ... Xavier uses variations of Notre Dame system . Niehaus, Stapenhorst, and Zwiesler hurt.

Game five minutes old ... Riedel takes ball from Thomas on endaround play ... Stops ... Tosses 36-yard pass to Padley for touchdown ... Play similar to game winning scoring play against Bobcats a year before ... McDonough passes to Costell for tally Powerful Dayton line holds Bobcat backs for four plays within one-yard line Flyers outplay Bobcats in every department of game Dayton m three way tie for Buckeye lead ... Padley injured.

Thanksgiving day ... Muddy field . . Center Manning scores first touchdown when Padley hands him ball on two-yard line ... Manning's first touchdown as collegiate gridder ... Padley scores from one His tenth touchdown of year ... Smolka scores ... Banks passes to Knorr for six-pointer Final touchdown of game and year Last game for 19 seniors ... Dayton shares Buckeye title with Ohio U .... First gridiron title Dayton has ever won.

DAYTON ...................................• 6 OHIO u. .................................. 0 0 0 7 0 0-13 0- 0
DAYTON .................................. 12 6 7 0-25 Omo WESLEYAN 0 0 0 0- O
RIEDEL OBEE KNORR PADLEY'S AWAY CHMIEL MORAN ZWIESLER A LONG PASS SMOLKA COSTELL

FROSH GRIDDERS

NEW C:DAC:H

James Carter, 1935 Purdue graduate, is the new University of Dayton assistant football and head basketball coach.

Carter, an All-American halfback, was rated as the greatest running back ever to play for Purdue. He and Duane Purvis were known throughout the country as the "Touchdown Twins" becau se of their scoring ability.

After his graduation he coached at Lowell high school at Lowell, Indiana. In 1936 he went to State Teachers College at Mankato, Minnesota, where he had charge of football, basketball, and track. Although he had small squads his teams won more than 75 percent of their games.

James Carter Front: Hinkle, McShane, Kavanaugh, Gorry, Smythe, Schierloh. Second Row: Butler, Priske, Browne, Igel, Bischoff, Brown, Wahlrab , H. Scott. Rear : McCloskey, O'Donnell, R. Schmidt, Fiorita, B. Keiter, Scheu, O'Rourke, P. Ryan, Quinn.
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C: OA[H JOE HOLSINGER

Joseph F. Holsinger has been in charge of University of Dayton basketball teams for the past four years. Although his team did not always have the best won and lost records, they never lacked fight and aggressiveness. Holsinger's teams set a precedent for future quintets by scoring at least one upset victory each season over a major foe.

James Carter, former Purdue gridder and cage star, will have charge of the court squad next year. He succeeds Holsinger who transferred to Michigan State.

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BASliETBALL

Dayton cagers drop opener to Ohio U., 44-23 ... First Buckeye setback ... Bobcats show classy sophomore team ... Baumholtz gathers 17 points Cincinnati wallops Flyers 46 -2 7 ... Beidenbender and Capelle score more points than entire Dayton team ... Miami wins 26-21 ... Slow game ... Winklejohn high for Dayton ... Ohio Wesleyan triumphs 40-35 at Delaware ... Game close throughout ... Dayton loses to Marshall 46-37 ... Last minute spurt wins for Herd ... Rivlin and Morlock pace West Virginians Wittenberg Lutherans victorious 39-34 in rough tilt ... Flyers second half comeback unable to overcome big Lutheran lead.

Flyers wallop Cincinnati at Dayton 40 -27 ... Victory is big upset ... Flyers play best game of campaign ... First U. D. cage victory ... Bache scores 14 points ... Rough game ... Flyer guards stop Capelle ... Bishops repeat early season victory over Daytonians 36-22 Miami wins 39-30 in final ten minutes ... Flyers lose early lead ... Winklejohn garners 16 points Wink only Dayton player to score field goal in second half Mt. Union in 35-30 win ... Flyers miss 18 of 25 foul shots ... Winklejohn, Bache gather nine points apiece.

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FRESHMAN BASKETBALL

Toledo victorious 56 -39

Too much Chuckovitz Chuck garners

21 points ... Wittenberg grabs early lead ... Whips U. D. 56-44 ...

Rough game Bache leading Dayton scorer Marshall controls ball against Dayton ... Wins 61-39 ... Herd guards control rebounds

... Tricot tops scorers with 19 points ... Rivlin, McCloud, Bache, and Ri e del also score in double figures ... Bache gets 13 .. . Flyers end seaso n at Ohio U .... Flyers play heady ball to upset classy Bobcats

44 -35 Hilltoppers lead entire game Bache, Riedel, and Winklejohn head U . D. scoring column ... Dayton never out of po s ition ... Last game for three seniors ... Also last official act for Joe Hol singer as Dayton coach Bill Riehle elected honorary captain Bache leads individual sc orers Winklejohn sec ond Team averages 33.2 points per game . . . Nine varsity letters awarded . . . Seven frosh cagers get monograms Season s ummary: Two win s Twelve se tbacks.

Rear: Coach Joe Holsinger, R Jone s, M. Smi th , Donl ey, K erns, Zwiesle r, J. R. Baker . Front : Newsock, Winklejohn, Hiehle, Ho elz er, Bache , Ri ed el , Westendo rf, Co nnar e. Froe ndhoff, B Keiter , Kavanaugh, O'Rourke , Pruneau, McCloskey, Hinkl e, Koehl er.
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ATHLETIC: PERSONALITIES

ELMER BACHE Basketball, football, and baseball Sophomore

All-Buckeye forward ... Leading Dayton scorer for three years Has coaching position at St. Wendlin high school, Fostoria, Ohio .

TONY FURST . Junior ... All -Buckeye tackle ... WILLIAM KELLY .. . Second team All-Buckeye guard '38 ... RALPH NIEHAUS ... Co-captain ... All-Buckeye for three years All-Ohio for two ... Little-All-American tackle as sophomore ... Drafted by Detroit Lions to play pro football ... DUNCAN OBEE Sophomore

All -Buckeye center . . . JACK PADLEY Junior halfback ... AllBuckeye, All -Ohio for two years ... Received honorable mention on All -American ... Outstanding gridder in Ohio as sophomore ... Ran hundred yard sprint in 0 .9:8 . . PAUL WAGNER ... Co-captain ...

All-Buckeye, All -Ohio guard for three years On Williamson's First Alternate All-American team ... WALTER WINKLEJOHN ...

Cager All -Buckeye center for two years WILLIAM HIEHLE ... Honorary cage captain . . JOHN NEWSOCK ... Cager ... Baseball pitcher ... JEAN STAPENHORST .. . Pitcher ... Signal Caller.

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SPRING AND WOMEN'S SPORTS

TRAC:K

April

GOLF

April

May

TENNIS

April

BASEBALL

April

20-C inc innati , there

2 6- }Buck eye Meet 27-l at Ox ford

9-Cincinnati, here

12-C incinnati , there

16-Miami, th ere

20- Ohio U., here

22- Ohio Wesleyan, here

26-} State Intercollegiate

27- lM ee t at Ohio State

8-Bonebrake Sem., there

16-Wilming ton , here

20-Miami, here

2 3-Ohio U., here

2 3-London Bobby, here 24-Wilmin gton, there 28- Bon ebrak e, here

30-London Bobby, here

Ma y 1-C incinnati , here

6-Miami, h ere

10-C inc innati , there

13-Ohio Wesleyan, here

16- Miami, there

18- Ohio W es l eyan, there 20- Ohio U., here

2 3-Wilmin g ton , here

30-Xavier, there

Rear: J. Humm, Tommy Bryant (Coac h )

Front: G. Humm, Boote s, Boeckman.

Ohio Wesleyan
May 25- Wittenberg, here 6-Ohio U., there 9-
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BASEBALL SQUAD

Rear: Hoelzer, Smolka .

Third: Daugherty (Mgr.), Ro sato, Paluzzi, Fletcher, Zid anavic h , Zwiesler, Doyle (Asst. Mgr.)

Se co nd: Russe I I, Jurgens, Kinn ey, T o r p e y, Malloy, Coan, Pequignot .

Front: Furst, Stapenhorst, Ried e l , C u r I e y , Baujan, Pernu sh, Westendorf.

TRACK SQUAii

Rear: Roland, Cramer, Rum i g, Obee, Olejnyik, Connare, Flynn.

Second: Ska pi k, Padley, Scharf, French, Carr, Cherry.

Front : Reis (Mg r.), Hoegl er, Redding, J. R. Baker, Lohrey, Lee, Olazagasti, Bi schof.

TENNIS SQUAD

L eft to right: Log es , Humpert, P. Kroger, Eiler s, Wilcox, W. Smith, Gregory, Hartman.

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Men participate m eight intramural sports ... Bowling, ba sk etball, golf, softball, tenni s, billiards, pool and table tennis . . Organize three bowling leagues Eight team s per loop ... Indiana won We stern conference cup . Stanford topped the Pacific coast loop ... Dayton finished first in Buckeye loop ... Indiana had b es t record in league play ... Lost but once in 20 games.

Stanford wins pin crown in playoff ... T ea m composed of Les Giambrone, Tom Manning, Joe Olejynik, Cap Voit, Paul Wagner and Ralph Niehaus, senior gridder s . Voit ha s high individual for se ason ... Average was 170 ... Leo Farber led Western l eagu e ... Preottle topped bowlers in Buckeye ... Mixed double s pin tourn eys attract many couples ... Aylstock and Rudzien ski record high team total . . Preotle take s honor s for men' s individual s ... Medals awarded to kegler s .

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:Hugger Manning gels ready lo bla st one. P e rfe ct form. Biff roll s a strik e and Voit mark s it up. Table tennis a la Schnurr.

Twenty-four basketball squads play in murals ... St. Louis winner in double elimination series Beat seniors for crown ... Howard Lansdowne, Leo Farber, John Rumig, Duncan Obee, John Humm, Bill Moran and Carl Costell on winning quintet All star intramural team made up of Fred George, Al Zidanavich, Ralph Niehaus, Ray Fitz and Carl Costell ... Double elimination tourneys staged in table tennis, pool and billiards Ernest Spegele bests Charles G. Haye s to take billiard championship ... Tony Furst takes pool crown ... Bill Kinney retains table tennis laurels.

Two recreation ball leagues formed in April Twelve teams participate in these loops National plays on Tuesdays and Fridays . . . A merican plays on Mondays and Thursdays Golfers hold elimination rounds each Thursday at Country Club .. . Bob Stoecklein was defending men's champion ... Tennis attracts thirty -four entrant s .

C. Young wait s for the volley. Dir ector T sc hudi supervi ses all eve nt s. Intramural court champ s Farber, W. Moran , J. Humm, Rumig , Co stell , Obee, Lan sdowne. Doyle and Aspell shoot a game of pool.

WOMEN'S SPORTS

Fifty co -eds active in intramurals Freshman Reds cop bowling title ... Undefeated, untied ... Win 21 straight ... Seven other bowling teams ... Marj Hyre rolled high bowling average of 124 Dottie Dustman has high individual game ... 197 ... Marj Hyre bags two trophies in mixed doubles event ... Grace Aylstock one Basketball tourney Six teams in double elimination play ... Frosh Blues win crown with ease ... Libby Hunt scores 22 points in one game Table tennis attracts 18 Marj Hyre defeats Blanche Swift in finals ... Thirty participate in Play Day at University of Cincinnati ... Mary Lou Thomas wins first place in diving ... Archery, golf, and tennis attract many . . . Letters awarded Best all-around athlete, Marj Hyre ... Freshmen dominate all sports ... Women's all-star cage team includes: Libby Hunt, Elma Plappert, Marj Hyre, Dottie Dustman and Edythe Reiling.

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BOWLERS: Hunt, T. S t o e c k l e i n, Worman , Withers. C OUR T C HAMP S: M. Thomas, J. Ferneding, Hyre, Hunt, Swift, T. Stoecklein, Reiling. P1NG PoNGER Rath. Bows against the sky. GOLFER Hyre.

STUDENTS' INDEX AND ADVERTISING

Car t er, V ir ginia L. 66, 107

Chalm e rs, John F 61, 62, 74, 89, 92, 106, ll0 , lll , ll 3, 116

Chapin, Norman R 63

Cherry, A. William .............. 66, 137

Chmi el, H enry 59, 124, 129

Cla rk, Charles ...................................... 63

Co an , Donald J 36, 39, 88, 89, 90, 96, 98, ll0 , 111 , ll2 , ll3 , ll4, 137

Coffman , Marjorie L . 78, 91, 93, 105, ll 2

Conn a r e, K en ne th M ..................63, ll2 , 132 , 133 , 137

Co nnolly, Jam es J ..... 66, ll4

Co nw a y, Charles F .................... .. ..... .. .. 63

Corco ran , John L. 62 Cos t ell, Ca rl A.... .. ..... 124, 129, 137, 139

Covarrubias, Xavier.. 66, 114

Cramer, Robert P .................... 63, 137

Cr es po, Franci sco J 66 Cull ey, Wh elan .................................... 62

Curley, John E 63, 137

Dailey, Adrian C. .. 57, 116, ll8 Daugh er ty ,

Acton, Donald R .... .... ...... .... ..... 66 Adams, I sa bel C. 62, 105 Adams, Lena C. .......... 66 Akerland, Gustav J . 63 Albers, Thoma s ....... ...... .. ....... ..... 66 Allen, Robert G 63, 100 Alter, Ja ck L.. 38, 92, 116 Althaus, William D.......................66, 102 Anderson, Eu ge ne E. .......................... 66 Andres, Richard .... 66 Andrasik, Jo sep h ........37, 38, 93, 97, 98, 100 , 124, 127 Arnoldi, Rob ert P ........... 63 Aspell, John 66, 139 Atkins, Edwin F 66 Aylstock, Grace E 38, 89, 93, 111, 114 Ba c he, Elm er E 38, 110, 124, 127, 132, 13 3 Bak e r, Dougla s H ......... ..... ...66, 103 , 104, 105 , 107 Bak er, Frank A ...... 63 Bak e r, Frank J 66 Bak er , Jack R ....... .... .63, 132, 133, 137 Bak e r, Ja cob C 36, 38, 79, 88, 89, 93, 110, 114 Ball , Miriam 66 Bank s, Willard L...38, 79, 110, 124, 127 Baue r, J. Hu gh .... ... ....... 66, 104, 105, 106 Baujan , Frank E 38, 124, 127, 137 Bea r e, Paul E 57, 104, 106, 112, 114, 116 Beecroft, Robert G................. 66 Belton , Robert E .............. .... 66 Berman, Leo .... .. .... 38 Bernard, Jo sep h R 63 Bersud e r, John E 39, 118 Biec hl e r, Elise I... 116 Biersa ck, Cletus ...................... 63 Birmingham, Robert J ....... .. .... 116 Bi sc hof, Charles E. 66, 130, 137 Bi shop , Edward T ......................... 79, 113 Bi s tlin e, Harold H ............................... 63 Bi stre k , H el en ..... .... .... 39 Blum, William H 66 Bo co k , Emil... 63, 89, 93 Bodman, Glenn T .......... 66 Bo ec kman, Ri chard J ...................58, 136 Boe k e, Paul J ................................. 66, 103 Boland, John J 66 Bootes, Donald E ...58, 104, 105, 107, 136 Borc he rs, Edward P ............................. 63 Borchers, Mary J ...... ... 66, 107 Born s, Cha rl es R. 59, 97 Borton , I sabel M 62 Bren n a n, John J ................................... 66 Bre nnan , John J .................................. 118 Brodb ec k , Gerald M ..................... 63, 117 Brown , Rob ert A 66, 130 Brown e, Jo sep h D.......... 66, 130 Brusman, John H ..................... 62 Budd e, Edna ............. 63, 105 Buc h er, Frank X ........................... 63, 11 2 Bue hl er , H e nry J 58, 110, 11 8 Bu e hrl e, William H. , Jr. 37, 39, 96, 98, 100, 103 Bunn , Hu gh I... ........ .... ........ 63, 102, 103
Juliu s P ................................... 63
John K. 63, 117
Rob er t L. 66, 103
Robert L. 66, 114 Carr, How a rd ........39, 110, 124, 127, 137
Rob er t E .................... ..... 58, 97
, John R 63 Ca rroll , Philip S 57, 106, 11 2, 11 6 Page One Hun dred Forty•/our
STUDENTS' INDEX
Burger,
Burns,
Burtschi,
Butler,
Carrigan,
Carroll
Lawrence J .... ........... .. 39, 137 Daw so n, Rob er t... ............. .... .... ......66, 103 Deck e r, Iren e R. 57 Deinin ger, Don al d 66 DiPi e ro, William ..... ...... ........ ...... 63 Dodt, Rob e rt C. .......... ...... .... .............. 66 Doherty, Be tty M 62 Dohn er, Virginia M 39 Doles , Roland E ........ ..... .. .. ..40, ll0, 114 Donl ey, Leo F ..57, 110, ll6, 133 Doonan, George J .40, ll3 Doyl e, Ri ch ard D . 66, 137 , 139 Drak e, Rob ert... ............................... 58 Drew, Agnes R ............................... 57, 73 Drury, Raymond J 66, 100, 103, 104, 105, 106 Dryd en , Elwood R ... .... .. .. ......... ... 62, 124 Dud ec k, Edward J ............. ............. 63 Duffy, William L 63 Du ga n, Frank C. ....... .. 62 Dustman, Dorothy L. 66, 105 Ecabert, Marcell ... .............. ..... 66 Eckh ar dt, Donald F . 57, 117 Edgington, Jean R 63 Egger, Ri chard J 59, 117, ll8 Eilers, Jo sep h J ..................... 58, 124, 137 Enders, H enry H .............. .40, 88, 89, 93 Engl e rt, Norman H . .... 63 F arbe r , Leo J.. 61, 63, 74, 112, 124, 139 F e rn eding, Anne M 66, 78 F e rn ed in g, Jan e B. .... 66, 141 F e rron , John J 40, 79, 97, 98, 103, 104, 105, 107, 112 Ferron, William 0 ....... .... .. ....... 63, 103 Fie!, Eileen ................................. .40, 78, 88 Fine, Ru ssell L. .................................... 63 ~;~t~, L~I;~i~;··R::::::::::::::::::::::::::::~~: Finley, Martha M ....... .... ... ... 66, 105, 107 Fiorit a, J ames V 66, 130 Fitz , Raymond L. 37, 40, 79, 110, ll8 , 124, 127 Fitzh arris, Leo J 59, 11 8 Fitz pa tri ck, Will iam A..... .40, 79, 104, 105, 117 , 118 Fl age l , George ........................... ..... 40 Flanagan, William F 41, 97, 98, ll2, 118 Fletcher, Ri c hard W ............. 57, 11 7, ll 8 Flynn, John M 63, 11 7, 137 Foley, Marjorie ................................ 66 Fol ey, Thomas R 58, ll6 , 118 Forsthoff, Ch arles W 66 Forsthoff, R obert.. .... ... ...58, 97, 100, 117 Fox , Leona 66, 105 Frah er, Jam es W ..................... 63 Fra zier, R ic h ard D ................... 66 Fre n ch , Cl etus J ..41, ll0, 124, 127, 137 Frie h s, Curt G 63, 103 Froendhoff, Paul J 66, 133 Frysin ger, Mary Ann............ 62, 78, 105 Funk , Daniel E ............................... 63 Furst, Tony R. 59, 97, 110, 128, 137 Gaier, Robert J ............ ...................66, 103 Garwood, Robert P ..... .. .... 66 Gebhart, Earl E ..................................... 41 Gelofcsak, George A 41, ll6 Geng, Steve J ...................... 41 George, Fred J 41, 124, 127 Gerson, Perry L. 62 Giambrone, Lester S.............41, 79, 110, 124, 127 Gibson, James J 62, 74, 77, ll6 Gieseman, Earl R. .......................... 66, 103 Gillen, George J ................................... 63 Glemet, John F 62, 102, 103, 104, 106, 107, ll2 Glick, Thom as H .............. 97, 124, 128 Glossinger, M. Wise ............. 117, ll8 Gogolach, Stephen A 41, 117, ll8 Goldkamp, Louis E 63 Gorbea, Ju an L. 62 Corry, Jam es ........................................ 130 Goss, Ray A ...................... 42 Gray, William B .42, 116 Graziano, Mary A... ............36, 42, 72, 79 Greene, Rob ert A ................................. 66 Greenwald, Lester C. .............. ............ 63 Gregoric, Albert L. 63, 103 Gregory, John G.............56, 59, ll3, 137 Griffin, John M .................. 66 Griffith, Edna R ...................... ... .. .... 66 Grimes, David L.. 42, 97, llO, 116, 124, 127 Groh, Anton J .............................. . 66 Groos, John J 63, 103, ll 7 Gunder, Jo seph E ........................... 66, 106 Hab ere r , John B ............................... 66 Ha ck er, John J 37, 42, 79, 110, 11 3 Hal ey, M. Robert 66, ll2 Hall , Ri c ha rd A................................... 63 Harig, Frank E ............ 58, 117 Harig, Richard P ........................... 57, 117 Harroll, Ted 124 Hartman, Paul H 42, 88, 112, 137 Hau se r , Max .. ............................. 42 Hayes, Ch a rl es G ............... 59, ll6, ll8 Hayes, Charles W ................................. 63 Heet, Donald G 63 Hemler, Ch arles E 66 Hempleman, Edward C. 42 Hendricks, Earl R .............................. 62 Herold, K aye .................................. 59, 71 Herzog, William A 58 Hess, Edward A 66 Hettinger, Joseph 59, ll 8 Heyne, James M . ............................... 66 Riehle, William .43, 110, 132, 133 Higgins, William E 66, 100, 103 Hill, A . Lowell... 57, 116, 118 Hill, William C. 56, 58, 97, 98, 103, 110, ll 7 Hiney, J ames P ..................................... 63 Hinkle, James P 66, 130, 133
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Kuhbander, Earl L. ............. 66

Kuhle, Charles F .............................. 66

Kuhn, John J ... ........... .................... 59

Kunkler, Rose E. ..... ... 77, 93

Lacey, Norman ... .. .... ........ 63

Lange, Alfred J ....................... 66

Lan s downe, Howard J.. ......... 63, 124, 139

Lasar, Frank J .........................37, 44, ll 7

Lee, George W ............................... 63, 137

Lemming, John J ............. 58, 77, 93, 97, 98, ll2, ll3

Leonard, James M......................... 59,

McBride, Charles J. ........................63, 74 McClellan, Frances C... ... .... 57 McCloskey, Charles T .. 65, 66, 130, 133 McConnaughey, David C .......103 McDonald, William E ......................... 63

STU Il ENT S' IN Il EX - (C.onlinwul)
Hoegle;, Albert J. .......... 63, 102,
Hoelzer, Norman F 57, 110, , 128, 132, 133, 137 Hollencamp , Henry W ...................... 59 Hollenkamp, Bernard F .43, 77, 96, 97, 100, 104, 105, 110, 112, 114, 116 Hollenkamp, Josep h G.....61, 63, 74, 110 Hoover, Rob er t B .................... 63, 103 Hoppa, Charles B............. 58, 117, 118 Howe, Richard F ....... .............. 62 Hubbuch, Gerald F .................. 66 Hubbuch, Ni chola s J ................... .. 59, 113 Hubl er, Robert 1..... ..................... 66 Humm, George W ..... .... 58, 97, 113, 136 Humm, John ................ 124, 128, 136, 139 Hummert, Richard ......................62, 103 Humpert, Paul A .... 63, 110, 137 Hunkeler, Robert L. ... ..... ...... 66 Hunt, Elizabeth 66, 105, 107, 141 Hyre, Majorie A ............ 66, 141 Igel, Joseph A ..............................66, 130 Imholt, Hayden R. .. 66 , 103, 104, 105, 107 I srael, Betty J ................... 62 , 74, 78, 105, 107, 108, 112 Jackson, Charles H .. .....................63, 118 Jacob s, Harry J ...............................43, 116 Jacobs, Paul J ....... 66, 104, 105, 106, 113 Jergens, Margaret M ......... 62, 93 Jerina, Harry B ...........................63, 124 Jones, Robert Q...... ...... 62, 77, 133 Joyce, William T ............ 66 Jurgens, Robert B ...... 137 Kahn, Raymond M.......................57, 116 Kai se r, Dorothy E .... ...............66, 105 Kaiser, Robert B......... ................ 118 Kappeler, Warren A 63, 104, 105, 110, 112
116 Letter, John E .............. ........... 66 Lewi s, Carl G ...................................... ll 7 Leyes, Charles J .................................. 63 Lindauer, Richard B... ...... ........... 63 Linsker, Eugene ..... .............................. 66 Liston, Wayne A.............................63, 107 Litkowski, Charles J ....................... 59, 97 Litteken, Mark F ...................63, 103, 106 Loges, G Kramer 63, 104, 105, 137 Lohrey, Ralph C.....................44, 92, 104, 105, 114, ll6, 137 Long, J ane ........... ................. .... 62, 68 Lorenz, Herman A ...............44, 97, 103, 106, 110, 116 Losh, Miriam E ............... 62, 78, 93 , 110 Luthman, Rita.......... .....................66, 105 Lyons, Richard E ..................... 66 Maher, Thomas E .......................... .... 44 Makley, Mary J ...............................66, 73 Makley, Torrence A .................. 57, ll6 Malloy, Don J .....44, 124, 127, 137 Maloney, Robert E ....................... 66, 100 Mangan, Howard F ............................... 59 Manning, Thomas P 36, 44, 79, 110, I 24, 127, 138 Manny, Martha Rose 63 , 74, 93, 105, 107, 110, 112 Moran, Robert F ...................... .45, 96, 97, 117, 118 Moran, Willi am B ........... 124, 129, 139 Moritz, Martin F ..................... 63, 74 Mueller, Melvin J ................... 58, 97, 116 Mulcahy, Lawrence R ................. ........ 63 Mullen, Howard A 45, 97, 116 Mullen, Leroy C.............................57, 116 Mulligan, Thoma s F .......... 59, 103, 113 Murphy, Frank X ...........59, 97, 117, 118 Murphy, John B .......... .......... 66 Murphy, Jo se ph A .... 102, 103, 104, 105 Murray , Thoma s J .... 45, 117, 118 Myers, Mary E 63, 105, 107, 112 Myers, Roland W .............37, 45, 97, 98 Myrick, George W 45, 97, 98, 103, 118 Nash, Davida E ...............................66, 105 Nathan, Simon M .. ............................ 66 Nead, Virginia L.. .................66, 105, 107 Nellis, Melvin A............................... .. 63 Newsock, John..............45, 110, 124, 127, 132, 133, 137 Nieberlein, Vernon A .46, 93, 96, 98, 110, 118 Niehaus, Elbert J ............... 66, 103 Niehaus, Ralph H ...... .46, 79, 110, 124, 125, 138 Nolan, Margaret ........... 66 Nolan, Nicholas F ................................. 57 Nosil, Anthony W ......................... 57, 118 O'Donnell, Lawrence H .................66, 130 O'Rourke, Paul M ..... 66, 130, 133 O'Tool e, Edward J ............... 59, 116, 118 Obee, Duncan L. 74, 124, 129, 137, 139 Ohata, Seija .. ...................... .........116 Olazagasti, Ignacio ........................63, 137 Olcott, Eugene D ...........................62, 113 Olcott, James D ......................46, 116 Kavanaugh , Rob er t E ........... 66, 130, 133 Keiter, Bernard L.. ....................... 130, 133 Margolis, Marian R .. .........105 Markey, Jack N ........ .......... ... 66 Olejnyik, Joseph B...............46, 110, 112, 116, 124, 127, 137 Keiter, Martin ....... ................. 62 Markley, John J ................. 62 Oswald, Muriel R. ..................62, 93, 110 Keller, Grace M ................................... 66 Marre, Edward J ................... 57, 124, 127 Padley, John J .......................74, 110, 124, Kelly, William P .43, 110, 124, 127 Martin , James F 44, 88 , 90, 91, 127, 137 Kerezsi, Mi chael A.........59, 97, 116, 118 110, 111, 114 Palmer, Leo E ..................................... 66 Kern s, Charles R ..... ..... 62, 133 Martin, Susan J.. ................................... 66 Paluzzi, Joseph E ................... 62, 124, 137 Kerstin g, Donald A............... 51, 96, 100, Marx, Isabelle F ............................. 66 Parsons , James R. .............................. 66 110, 114 Mathes , Robert A....................... 66 Paul, Williarn ...... .. 57, 90, 92, 110, 116 Kersting , Eugene L. .. ....... 63 , 103 , 104, Matusoff, ................................................ 63 Pauzar, Pauline M .........................62, 110 105, 110 Keyes , Ann e M...... ............................ 78 Kinney, Willia m E .............. 118, 137 Kinz eler, George G .............................. 66 Kirby, Clarke J ..................................... 62 Kirchmer, Jack T ................................. 63 Klepacz, Walte r A ...... .............43, 93 Kline, Robert ........................................ 62 Klopf, Richard H .......................... 66, 103 Klosterm a n , Elmer J . .............. .43, 116 Knapp, Billy G..................................... 66 Knepper, Frank B............................... 66 Knorr, Larry F ............. 58, ll0, 124, 129
chendorfer, John S ........57, ll6
Nicholas ........ .... ......... ll6
Charles E . .......................133 Koors, Betty L. ...................................... 66 Kov erman, Mary ]. ...... .. ........ 43 Kramer, Marjorie M ... ... 66, 112 Kro ge r, Claud e 0 ................... 137 Krog er, Osca r G................................... 63 Kro ge r, Paul R . .................... 66, 112, 137 Kroger, William H ........ .. ........ 43 Krumh an sl, Jam es
Ko
Koenig,
Kohler,
A .44, 97, 98, 102, 103 , 104, 105, 106, 107, ll 7, ll8
, Robert J ......... 63, 102 McLaughlin , J ea nne 61, 62, 74, 89, 91, 93, 99, 105, 107 , ll0, 112, 113 McMahon , Vir ginia E ......................... 66 McShane, Jose ph J ..... . 66, 130 Medley, Joseph A. ............ 66 Mess, Margaret A .............62, 74, 78, 91, 112, ll3 Messham, Richard H ..... ...........100 Michael, William A 45, 104, 105, 106,111,112, 11~ 114 Millonig, Arthur F ..... .. . _ 57, 92, 93, 110, ll6 Miltenberger, Betty .............. 45 Moore, Wilma .................... 57, 91, 93, 105, 111, 112 Peffley, DeWitt................................66, 103 Pe,piot, Roberta M ............................... 66 Pequignot, James E ...... ........ 137 Perez Guerra, Alfred A ....................... 66 Pemush, Val J ....... ..63, 124, 128, 137 Pflum, James F .. ... 37, 46, 97, 118 Pickrel, Ri chard G............................... 62 Placke, Eu11:ene W .........................63, 110 Plappert, Elma R. .... ............63, 105, 107, 110, 112 Poeppelrneier, Vincent E ..................... 63 Poth, Leonard A ........ ........ ...... 66 Powers, Edmund R. ......... .... 63 Preotle, Milton F . ............. 66 Priske, Torn G....................... 66, 114, 130 Pruneau, Louis................................66, 133 Pujada s, Santiago ................................ 66 Quatrnan, George W ............................. 113 Quinn, Joseph D ........................... 66, 130 Rab, Thomas P .. .. . .46, 77, 96, 98, 110, 114, ll6 Ramos , Florentino .............. ..... . 62 Rath, Betty Rae...................... 63, 141 Reagan, Edgar J ................................... 66 Re chtien , Henry C. ...................... 66 Page One Hundred Forty.six
McDonough, Coleman 58, 110, 124, 127 McEwan, Gilb ert J ........ 66, 112, ll4 McFarland, Charles M ................. 63, 103 McGraw, Jane ........ .......... 66 McKirnan
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Siegle, Florence 78, 105 Siewe, Al G 63, 137

Siff, Leon S .... ... ...................... 57, 116

Simmons, Edwa r d C 59, 116, 118

Simmons, Samuel A ............................ 63

Simon, Joseph E ........... 66

Simons, Louis R. .................................. 63

Skapik, Richard L. ............. 62, 103, 104, 105, 107, 112, 137

Smi th, Hugh M ........63, 117

Sm i t h, Marvin B............................. 58, 133

Smith, R. Kenneth 58, 112, 117

Smith, Sebe A........ ... ... 66

Smith, William H 63,

Shropshire,

Redding, Herbert J.. ..... 63, 117, 124, 137 Reeb, Andrew J 63 Reeves, John P .................................... 59 Reeves, William E. ........................ 66, 103 Rei l ing, Edythe A 62, 112 Reiling, Margaret T 66, 105, 141 Reiling, Thomas L.. .......................46, 118 Reilly, Brendan J.. 46, 93, 97, 98, 103, 118 Reind l, Harold 1... ................................ 66 Reis, Pau l J.. ................................. 63, 137 Rex, Martin A 57, 116, 118 Richart, June ................................ 59, 107 Riedel, Robert M 57, 97, 110, 124, 129, 132, 133, 137 Rieger, Frederic .................................. 66 Rist, Don E 66 Ritter, John H ................. 47, 77, 96, 100, 110, 111, 114, 118 Robins, Elinor A 62, 69, 107 Roessler, Chris H ................ ........... 63, 103 Ro l and, Virgil D 62, 102, 103, 107, 108, 137 Rosato, Albert J ................... 59, 110, 124, 128, 137 Rose, E lwood A 66 Rosencrans, William R. 63 Ro th, Raymond N............. ............ ... ..... 66 Rotterman, Eugene A 66, 103 R udzienski, Al ex A 47, 93, 97, 98, 114 Ruh, Carl J... ......................... 58, 104, 112 Rumig, John J 124, 128, 137, 139 Rupert, Oscar M ...................47, 117, 118 Rush, Anthony P 57, 116 Russell, Raymond W 58, 117, 137 Ryan, Paul E ................... ..... 65, 66, 130 Ryan, Thomas P 37, 47, 88, 96, 97, 116 Sachs, Isabel F .... .............. ........ 50 Samuels, Martin E. 47, 118 Schad, Martha E 66 Scharf, Henry W 59, 97, 116, 118, 137 Scheu, Charles W...........................66, 130
Paul C. ................................ 130
Russell H 63, 74, 110, 112
Bernhard M 66, 103
Robert J 130
Francis J .....59, 77, 97, 116, 118
Anthony J.. ................... 63, 110
h neble, Richard J 62, 116
William 47, 93, 118
Schierloh,
Schlattman,
Schmidt,
Schmidt,
Schmitt,
Schneble,
Sc
Schneble,
Francis M....... 63, 117, 138
Karl F 113, 118
William M 47, 96, 97, 100, 110, 116
John E. 66
Schuler,
66
Schulhers, Joseph R. ............................
James L..
.47, 88, 89, 104, 105, 106, 107, 112, 114, 118
Hugh H 66, 130
Wilson R 66
Robert 1\1 ................................. .... 66
Mary G 59, 78
Ernest 90
Joseph M .... ......... 63, 107, 113
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Scott,
Scott,
Sell,
Sharkey,
Sharpe,
Shimanek,
Charles T 66
George R 66
Robert A................................... 63 Page One Hundred Forty•eight
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