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WESTERVILLE, OHIO, MAY, 1932
Seventy-Sixth Annual Commencement Baccalaureate Speaker
Intere sting events beginning on Thursday, June 9, and extending over l\/Ionday, June 13, ,vi ll call back the alumni and friends of Otterbein to as sist the class of 1932, sixty-five in number, to help celebrate the graduating exerdses. The Ladies' Literary societie s, the athleti c organizations, the dramatic clubs and various other groups on the campus are planning gala events to enhance the pleasure of the occasion. Class Reunion s w ill be the order of the clay on l\tJonday forenoon , and a large crowd is expected to participate in the events of Al um ni Day and Commencement exercises prop er at 2 :00 p. m. of the same clay.
SCHEDULE OF COMING EVENTS Bishop Art hur R. Clipping er Bi sho p:\ t hu r R. C li ppi11 ge r. wh c w ill preach t he Baccalau r eate sermon al 10:45 a. m. , Jun e 12, is a loya l friend of Otte rb ein a11 d wil l be welcomed hear tily by co llege people and the local church. B ishop Clippinge r wa s reared in, Logan township, Fra nklin Co unty , Pe nn sylv an ia, where he r eceived hi s elementary educati on. He is a g raduate of Lebano n Valley college and Yale Divinity sc ho ol. His A lma Mater conferred up on him the D. D. degr ee. In his ea rly life he was a teacher in the public sc hools and later held pastorates in Pennsylvania, Connecticut and later served th e Euclid Avenue church in Day ton. After se rving three years as Conference Superintendent of Miami Conference he was called to th e exalted position of Bishop of the Central Area which includes all of Ohio and the state of Tennessee. He is affiliated in a leadership capacity with many church organizations including among them th e chairmanship of the Committee on Evangelism of the F ederal Council of Churches in America. He is in great demand as a public speak er.
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9-Thursday, 7 :On P. M. Open Sessions of Philalethean and Cleio rh etean L iterary ocieties. 10-Frid ay, ] :30 P. M. Meeting of Board of Trustees . J 0- F riday, 2 :30 P. M. · Seni or Class Day Program. JO- F rid ay, 8 :00 P. M. Reception by Presid ent an d M rs. Clippinger t o Se ni o r Class, Coch ra n Hall. 11-Saturday, 7:00 A. M. Varsity " O " Br eakfast . 11- Saturday, 7 :00 A. M. vV . A . A. Breakfast. 11-Saturday, 8 :00 A. M. Chauc er Club Breakfast. 11-Saturday, 9 :00 A. M. Meeting of Board of Tru stees. 11-Saturday, 4-:00 P. M. Philalethean Tea. 11-Saturday, 8 :00 P. M. Senior Class Play. 12-S unday, JO :45 A . M. Baccalaureate Service. 12-Sunday, 3 :45 P. M. Joint Anniversary of Christian Associations . 12-Sunday, 7 :30 P. M . Concert by School of Music. 13-Monday. Alumni Day. 13-Monday, 7 :00 A. M. Pi Kappa Delta Initiation and Breakfast. 13-Monday, 8 :00 A. M. Theta Alpha Phi Initiation. 13---'Monday, 8 :30 A. M. Class Reunions . 13-Monday, 10 :00 A. M. Alumni Business Meeting. 13-Monday, 11 :30 A. M. Alumni Luncheon and Reunion . 13-MON DAY, 2 :00 P : M . SEVENTY-SIXTH A'NNVAL COMMENCEMENT.
Dr. Shailer Mathews
T h e sen io1· cl ass is fo rtun 2te in having secured fo r its comm e ncem ent s peaker Dr. S ha iler Mathews, Dean of the Univ er sity of Chi cago Divinity School. D r . M a thew s is n ot o n ly a n author of r eno w n a n d rated a s o ne of th e leaders of r eligiou s th ough t in A m eri ca tod ay but is a lso a ,·e r y pleasing a nd forc efu l speaker. H e has been director of religiou s \\· o rk of Chautauqua Lake, N . Y. Dr. Math ews w ill address th e class of 1932 a nd their friend s at 2 :00 p. m. Jun e 13, in the church a uditorium. 11111111111111111111111111111111 Ill I II Ill I I I! ,: . An Open Letter To Philaletheans
Dear Philaletheans: This is your invitation to attend the annual P hila lethea n Tea. It will ,be held Saturday aftern oo n, May 11 , at four o'clock, at th e home of Mrs. ,Charles S nave ly. 40 North Grove s treet. Cordially your s, Executive Co mmittee . Philalethean Alumna! Associa ti oil'_ l 1111111 IIIIII I I I II I I II I I I Ill I I I I 111111111111111
OTTERBEIN ALUMNI NEWS
CANDIDATES Fine List S e I e c t e d For Officers 1n 1932-33 President PEl~LEY H. KILBOURN,£, 1902 Received A. B. degree from Otter bei11 in 1902. Received M. D. degree from Western R ese r ve. University At ten dee! H a rv a rd a nd Unive r si ty of Pen nsy lva ni a. Also studie d in E urop e. Member of staff o f Maimi Va lley Hospital a nd Co ns ult ant at Day ton .S ta te Hospital. Physicia n-iSpecia li zin g in eye, e'ar, nose and throat diseases. His office is located at 870 F id elity Medi ca l Building, Dayto11. RICHARD BRADFIE L D, 1917 Received his A. B. degree from Otterb ein in 1917; Ph . .. D. from Oh io State U niv er sity in 1922. 1920-29, Assistant Professor and Associate Professo r of Soils, Univer sit y of Missouri. At present he is Professor of oil, . Ohio State U niversit y, Columbu s, Ohi o. Vice-Presidents '04- C. M. B OKMAN , A. B.,; A. :sf.; LL. D ., Execu t ive Secretary Cincin11ati Comm un ity Chest. On e tim e prc sicle11 t of the National Co111111u11 ity Chest A ssociatio n, Internatio11ally known in hi s field. R esides at 554 Eva nwoocl Place, Cin cinn ati , Ohio. '21- DEN N IS BRANE, A. B.; Ph . D., Professor Po liti cal Science in Western Reserve U 11iversity, Cleveland, O hio. T ravelled and studi ed in Europe and the Orient. Re sides at 2035 Adelbert Road, Cleveland, Ohio. ' 19-L YLE L. MI CH A EL, A. B.; M. S. ; P h. D ., Professo r of Chem ist ry , Indiana Ce ntra l Coll ege, Inclia11apo li s, Incl Re sidence, 4127 O tterbein Ave. '9-t--ALEXANDER C. FLICK, A. B.; A. M.;; Litt. D ., State Historian for the State of New York under th e State Departmen t of Education. A uthor a nd Ed ucator. Res ides at 127 South Manning Blvd ., A lbany, N ew York '09-0. W. ALBERT, A . B.; A. M ., '11, Colu mbia; P h. D ., '31, Un ivers ity of Oregon. Head of Department of Mathematics, University of Red lands. Resides at 629 Buena Vista ,S treet, R edlands, Cal ifo rnia. '19-L. K. REPLOGLE, A. B., Principal of the Gra ndview High School, Grandview, O hio. Formerly Ass istant Princi pal of Roosevelt High, Dayton, Ohio. Residence, 1333 Ingles Avenue, Grandview, Ohio.
Secretary '01-MRS. J. F. SMITH, Ph. B. , nee Miss E . Katharine Barnes. H omemaker, 171 West Park Street, Westerville, Ohio. '20- M'R S . GILBERT MILLS, A. B., nee M iss Lillie ·waters. Homemaker, 47 East Walnut S treet. Westervill e, Ohio. Treasurer '86-MR S. FRANK E. MILLER, A. B.; A. M ., nee Mi ss Ne llie Shau ck Knox, 55 W es t College Avenue, Westerville, Ohio. '99-R O B E RT D . FUN KHO USER, A. B., Vice-president of the F rig idaire Co rpora tion , 212 Be lmont Park, East, Dayton, Ohio. 'OS-MABEL GA;RNE R, A. B.; M . D ., practicing p hys ician, 129 South Main St reet, M iddletown , O hi o. '03-H. V. BEAR, A. B.; A. M., ' 10, Harvard, S up erinte ndent of the Miamisburg, O .hi o, pub lic schools, 301 South F ifth Street. Mrs. E. L. Porter, '07, D ale Phillipi, '21, E. P. Dura nt, '04, Nominating Committee.
DR. CLIPPIN GER TO DELIVER ADDRESSES
J resid ent vV. G. Clippin ger of Otterbein Cc. li ege ha s an extensive li st of comm ence me nt and ba ccala ur ea t e addresses li sted for th e next eve ral weeks. Pres ident ·Clip pinger wi ll a ddre ss both high school and col lege gra duating classes be sid es ha ving seve ra l yo un g peoples con ventio ns on the li st of s peaking da tes. Hi s schedule to date is as fol low s : May 19- Carclington, Ohio May 20~\i\T hite Cros H os pital, Co lum bus, Ohio May 22-Logan High School , Baccala ur eate Ad dre ss May 28-New Lexi ngto n, Ohio May 31-New Phila delphia, Ohio Jun e 6-Marion ,Co-liege, Marion, Incl. June 8-Indiana Ce ntral Coll ege, Indianapolis, Ind. June IS-B arberton, You ng People's Con ve ntion Jun e 16-Galion, Y. P. Convention, Otterbein Rally and Reunion MEETING OF COLUMBUS & WESTERVILLE GROUP The Columbus-Westerville Otterbein Woman's Club will hold th eir pot-lu ck dinner at 12 :30 on May 20 at the gym nasium. A t this meeting they will elect new officer s .for t he coming year. The hostesses ar e Mrs. L. W. Warson, Mrs. E. M. Hursh, Mrs. Harnett, Mrs. Paul Pendleton, Mrs .. A. R. Spessard, Miss May Hoerner, Miss Hazel Barngrover, Mrs. F . A. Hanawalt, Mrs. L. A. Weinland, Mrs. George Scott, Miss A lma Kohr, Mrs. J. F. Smith, Mrs. Dunn, Mrs. A. P. Rosselot a nd Mrs. F. J. McLeod.
ALUMNI NEWS BUSINESS MEETING OF
Dr. Zoe Mae M unger, '03, who has been li vi ng 111 M iddletown , Ohio for the pas t .few yea r s ha s moved to Cedar Rapids, Io wa.
At 10 :00 A. M., Monday, June 13, In "Y" Building
Ev ery alumnu s intere sted 111 Otterbein shou ld plan to a ttend the Bu siness Mee tin g of th e Association a t 10 :00 1ifonclay, June 13. Re cognizing that ever y busin ess organiza ti on, church and home in Mr. R oe An derso n, '24, w ho ha s our land is effected by the economlived at 868 Harvard street, Ak ron, ic cond itions it wi ll be no new s to O hi o fo r seve ral years, ha s m oved ma ny to know that the coll eges to 432 Firestone, Blvd., North , ha ve suffered, some very severly. A kron, Ohio. Mr. A nd erson is a Thanks to the carefu l over sight of teacher in South High School the admin is tration Otterbein. has suffered less than many others. M r. J . H. Ma rt z, '8 1, has moved Yet for the seco nd tim e in m a ny from Hannibal, Wi s, to Glend ale, years the college faces a deficit of Calif. app roximately $10,000. T his comes a.bout ,because of failure in payMr. N. B. N un emaker, ' 10, is me nt of gymnas iu m pledges and now located at 1762 Page aven ue, loss from in ves tm en t securiti es. Eas t ·Clevela nd. Mr. N un emaker Curtailment of expe nses h·a s alis teac her a nd foo tb all coach at r ea dy begun a nd the facu lty has Shaw High ,School, East ,Cleveland. volunteered to a bso rb about $5,000 of this deficit Ill reduct ion of salaries. T he new ly orga ni zed Marion g roup co m po sed o,f the cou nti es ol Tn co nne cti on with th e work of :Y[ari o n, M or row , Cra wford, Har rl- rl1e Al umni A ssociat ion, dimini shin . D elawar e, VVyancl ot and Un io n, ing co ntributi o ns ha s brough t a held a group meeting Apri l 28, a, deficit of about $1,000 in thi s deMarion, Oh io. Marjorie ·Co·pela n cl, partm ent . Thi s handi cap s the Curl, '23. is th e sec reta r y. w ork th at mi g ht be cl one by the Alumni w oi-l<ing as a unit to up Dr. T. J . Sand er , Pro fesso r hold the standard and hi g h position Emeritu s, of Otterbein, s-poke be- of our Coll ege. IT IS URGED TH :\T EVERY for e the Phi losoph y secti on of th e Ohi o 1Colleg e Associati on held in ALU :M ~U.S OF OTTERBEIN Cleveland, April 8. ' Hi s subj ect MA K1E PLA,~ 1S T O BE AT THE BUSINESS SBS.SIO N AT 10:00 wa " \iVhat Philo soph y ca n do for O'CLOCK. SHARP, WHERE th e Co llege 'Studen t." THESE AND OT H ER QUESProfessor John H. Furbay, head TIO N:S OF IMPORTANiCE AT of the biology department o,f Tay- THI.S TIME W ILL BE TAKE t-s lor University, Up land, Incl., has a UP AND FREE,LY DiiS'CUSISED. Discussion of any othe r matters motion picture travel lecture whi ch pertaining to a greater serv ice for he gives, "Thro ug h Europe With Otterbein an d which the Assocaa Motion Picture Camera." Profess or Furbay is an Ex-student of tion may want to take up will be discussed also. Otterbein. DO N OT FORGET THE An Article on " Bass Fly Fish- TIME-10:00 A. M. ing" by Rev. C. W. Hendrickson, '05, D. D. , of Westerville, Ohio, is ship, J ohn Cook, Basil, Ohio. in the Hunter, Trade, Trap-p er ( Eng lish, Phys ics, Math ematics). magazine now on the news s tands. Wi nners in th e Music ,Contests: Voice REPORT OF S.CHOLARSHIP First Place-$25.00 Scholarship, DAY EXAMINATIONS AT Harold -Nichols, Dayton, Ohio. D r. a nd Mrs. Jo sep h Esch·bach , '24-'24, ha ve m oved from Delawa re ave nue t-o 7339 Byro n street, D etro-it, Mich.
May 6, 1932 Winners in th e General Scholarship Examinations: First iP lace-$160.00 Scholarship, Byers, Alliance, Ohio. Goldie (English, L atin, Mathematics). Second Place-$160.00 ,Scholarship, Dorothy ·Conaway, Cardington, •Ohio. (English , Latin, American History and Civics). Third Place-$160.00 Sch olarship, Maxine French, South Solon, Ohio . (E nglish, General Science, America n History and Civics). Fourth Place-$'160.00 Scholar-
PianoF irst Place-$25.00 Scholarship, Mary Midd lekauff, Gibsonburg, 0. S eco nd Place-$15.00 !Scholarship, E vely n Nichols, Dayton, Ohio. F. J. Vance, Regi stra r.
MEETING OF CANTON GROUP The Canton Otterbein Woman's Club had a fi ne ga th ering April 20th at the residence of Rev. and Mrs. P. M. Redel. Dinner was· served at 6 :30 to more tah n fift y guests.
OTTERBEIN ALUMNI NEWS
THE ALUMNI NEWS L. W. WARSON Pu b li s hed t1uarterly by th e Alumni Associa ti on of O tte rbein College in the in terest of Alumni an d Friends. Ente r e d at \Vesterv ill e, Ohio, as secondcl ass matter.
T here is an inspiration and surge of spiritual happiness when Spring comes to the ca mpu s. No time on ea rth are conditions so ideal as th ese when the Springtime of youth meets the Springtime of the year. So we fe el like me eting the challenge of the season a nd getting as· much happiness as -possible in celebra ting commencement with th ese you ng people who a re graduating a ft er four yea r s of effo rt. A nd yo u, A lumnu s or friend, will en joy being here. Rega rdless of an y- depression or untoward circumstances yo u will enjoy th e commencement and Alumni exercises. This is the Seventy-sixth annual event for Otterbein and a fine class will lea ve the halls, as 2300 have done before, a nd join the ranks of the alumni. M ay we get th e spirit of the day and come with our friends or famili es a nd make thi s one of the fine st comme ncements Otterbein ha s eve r had. Events of impor tance begin on Friday the 10th. If you can spe nd th e week encl so much the better, eut if yo u can not spen d Saturda y and Sund ay here make preparations to be on hand ea rly Monday for th e Alumni and Commencement event s.
ALUMNI DAY MONDAY, JUNE 13TH
B eginning ea rly on Monday will occu r th e a nnu al class Breakfasts and class reunions, the time wili be arranged by each class to suit At 10:00 th e its co nveni ence. Busine ss session of the A lumni Asso ciation wi ll be hel d in th e Y. M . C. A. building. After this importan t meeting the grou p will asse mb le for the Alumni Dinn er at 11 :30 At 2 :00 the seve nty-sixth annual com mencement will take place in the auditori-um of the First United Brethre n Church, President W. G. Clippinger presidin g. Dr. Shaler Mathe:ws of . 1Chicago University will deliver the address and after the awards for merit, taps will sou nd from the steps of the Association Building bidding ,g oodbye as students to the class of 1932. 11 IIIIII II I I II I I II I I I I Ill llll I llll 11111 11111 1111
ALUMNI NEWS Mis s Margaret Rock Baker, class of '27, a se nior in the medical sc hool, Pittsburgh University, has been elected to membership in Alpha Omega Alpha, national med ~ ical fraternity. She is the first woman at Pitts burgh to receive this honor. Nex t year she will se rv e as intern in the Pennsylvania Hospital at Pittsburgh. D r. J . P . Landis, '69, professor of Hebrew and Old Testament history at Bonebrake Theological se minary has bee n placed on the emeritus status ,by the board of tru stees. Dr. Landis has ,b een with Bonebrake .Seminary for 61 years. J. R aymond .Schutz, Professor in th e department of Social Science at Manchester ,College, North Manchester, Ind., won the Repuiblican nomination for Congress from the Fifth Indiana Di strict, w ith a plurality of rrnore than three thousand vo tes in a hotly co ntes ted r ace of four candi dat es, g ivi ng him ·o ne of the most sweepin g maj orit ies that has ever been received .by a candida te in that district. Pr-o fessor Schutz gra duated fr om Otterbein in 1914. Miss Esther Bear ss, '24, of Tampa, Fla .. is workin g in W ashin g to n, D. C. H er address is 812 G. Street, N. E. Mrs. Vio la Burke Taylor, '28, 999 L eo nard a ve nu e, ·Columb us, O hi o, who fo rm erl y tau gh t public school music in the south is now teaching in Columbus. Mrs. R. W. Palmer (Carri e Shreffler), '28, has moved from Indi anapo lis, Incl. , to 525 North Fourth str eet, Royal Oak, Mich. Mrs. A. D. Bender, '9•7,f.o.rmerly of Lo:uisville, Ky., is now at 808 Rush street, Hu ston Texas. Mr. and Mrs. R. B. '28-'29, who have been Chicago University for year are now located Center, Pa.
Bromeley, attending the past at D-uke
Mrs. ,Chas. Leavitt (Maurin e Knight), '28, is now living at 72'1 A very street, Parkersburg, W . Va.
CLEIORHETEAN MUSI.CAL TEA
Dr. George P. Maxwell, '87, of Sandusky, Ohio is spending th e winter in San Benito, Texas.
T he Cleiorhetean Alumna! Associa tion will hold a Musical T ea in the society hall on Saturday, Jun e 11, from 3 t·o 5 p. m. A very good muscal program will be r end ered an d all former and present memher s are ur,ged to attend.
Dr. Francis Pottenger, Sr., '92, Monr·ovia, Calif., was elected -p resident of the American ,College of Physicians at a convention in San Francisc·o. Dr. Pottenger is president and medical director of the Pottenger sanitarium and a spec-
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After an illness of more than a year, W. Grant Kintigh, age 62, died at his home, Irwin , Pa., January 23, 1932. After his graduation from Otterbein in 1895, he entered the teaching profession and for several years was th e principal of the Mt. Pleasant schools. For the past 20 years he has bee n a fl o ri st in Irwin, Pa. Mrs. Cynthia Christopher May, wife of Rev. \V . C. May pa ssed to h er crowning at h er la te home in Findlay, Ohio, February 2, 1932. She had been in failing hea lth for five years. Mrs. May graduated from Otterbein in 1901 in th e same class w ith her husband receiving the degree of Bachelor of Literature. Follmvin g her graduation she spent several years in teaching, at one time having charge of the Latin and English Department in Sugar Grove Seminary. She leaves besi des her husba nd two children, Albert and Helen, both graduates of Otterbein. Dr. David DeLong, w ho grad uated from Otte rb ein in 1870 and later was promin ent in ed ucational cir cles passed away March 4, 1932 at hi s home in Los Angeles. California, at the mature age of eightysix. For eleven year s he was president of Lebanon Valley College. Dr. George Gossard, president of Lebanon Va lley College, di ed Sunday mornin g, Ap ril 17, in the J ohn H opki ns hospita l, Baltimore, Maryland. He had been in failing health for more than two years and had been a patient in the hospital sin ce March 28. Dr. Gossard had been president of Lebanon Valley for twe nty ye ars an d that institution had grow n remarkably u nder hi s effor ts. His death is a severe lo ss to the college wh ich he served and to the church and edu cational circl es throug hou t the country. Dr. William Beal Gantz of Pasadena, California, passed away on Sunday, March 13, 1932, after an illness of several year s. Dr. Gan tz was born and reared in W esterville, Oh10, and graduated from Otterbein in 1895. He had served as pastor of several Presbyterian ch urche s in Ohio and Michigan. Professor M. A. Hanline, an exstudent of Otterbein, a former teacher in Bonebrake Seminary and well known in R eligious Educational circles died on Monday, March 14, in the hospital at Pasadena, California, after an illness of only a few hours. Professor Hanline was an Ohio boy coming to Otterbein from Highland County. Rev.
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who had recently withdrawn from Otterbein on account of declining health was called by death at her home in Chillicothe, Ohio, April 11 , 1932. While in college she was the pastor of the Minerva Park Church near Westerville. First Church, Dayton made the service of Sunday evening, May 15 an " Otterbein Night" program. Dr. F. L. D ennis presided.
OTTERBEIN ALUMNI NEWS
· Day Proves Iniring and Happy Event
rday, May 7, was a busy and day for the students and riends. May
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in Cochran Hall by the Y. A. events followed each 1 rapid succession. crowning of the May Queen, U1ea Moomaw, by the retir1een, Miss Arnellon Drake, lance of the Flowers" and ,ding of the May pole was a 11 and inspiring sight. This the program was conducted ;. Florence Y. Johnson who :n the Physical Director of s for five years. There was of sadnes s, however, when s presented with a token of ring the program reminding she is leaving at the end of ,r to join her husband, Dr. fohnson who is Director of Health in Casey County, , Kentucky. afternoon wa s spent 111 ,g the ath letic event s. Otwon an interesting Track rom Kenyon , and al so a natch .from the same school, he Baseball team was dropclose decision to A shland. te evening the Junior cla ss a large crowd with their ation · of "Back Stage". :nded another happy May
C. FLICK'S BOOKS CHOSEN of the books selected for ist of Books for College :s" by •Charles B. Shaw, :I for the Advisory Group ege Libraries of the Car)rporation, and published b) erican Library Association, -itten by A . C. Flick, who ree degrees from Otterbein ty. The list, selected with of some 200 specialists in fields, comprises a mini>0k collection for -a fourral arts college library. )oks are "Rise of Mediaevch" and "Modern World ' The last title was also for Hester's "Books for ::alleges," issued by the blisher. As in the Shaw s in the Hester list are according to subject and those books which were d absolutely essential to nt instruction in the cour:d. ick received his A. B. in 1 Otterbein; his A. M. in his Litt. D. in 1904. He H:istorian for the state of k under the State Depart:ducation .
OF BASKETBALL SEASON By Dale Evans
Seven wins against five losses te lls the story of the 1931-32 basketball season of the Otterbein Cardinals, but does not in any way explain some of the great battles put up by the Cards in lo sing those five games. Real basketball was played by those veterans An drews and Francis and the spohomores, Hinton, Schick, Albright, Worstell, Rice and Axline. In summarizing the season, the play of every one of the the men stood out. "Long Lank" W orstell developed into a mighty fine center during the last part of the season. Ramy Schick was a good guard who al so has a fin e shooting eye, and Hinton and Albright, regulars, with Axline and Rice dese rv e especial mention. Francis was elected honorary captain by hi s mates. A ndr ews rated third team All Ohio and Albright received h onorable mention. Board of Trustees Conducting Survey
A very interesting survey of the Social and Religious life -o f the college is being made ·by a committee composed of Rev. J. Stewart Innerst, Professor J. S. Engle and Professor E. M. Hursh appointed by President ,Clippinger o n r equ es t of the Board of Trustees. The survey is being made through a que sti-onaire to be a nswered ·by all the students. The questions were chosen after the comm ittee had examined. a nu mber of similar lists for other instituti-ons. They are grouped in three divisions: (1) The relation orf the individual to vario us organizatons and agencies; (2) Problems of personal belief; (3) Problems of personal conduct in private, religious• and moral life. The tabulation when completed will be available to any ol'ganization which may desire to use them in planning future activities. The Akron Otterbein ·Gro-up held a banquet on Saturday, April 23, at the University Club. They had a fine time. The following officers were elected: President, J. Clarence Baker, '10; Vice President, ,C. R. Welbaum, '10; Secretary, Mrs. Leah Marsh, Ex-'29; Treasurer, Miss Rose Goodman, '21. Mr. George Moore, '28, after receiving his M. A. degree at th~ University •o>f Mi-chigan at the midyear, immediately accepted a position in the University of Virgin ia Junior ·Colle:ge, Virginia, Minn.
FAIL TO CLICK Baseball Team Having Poor Season Due To Injuries BASEBALL By William Botts The crack outfit that was to represent Otterbein on the diamond, has failed to click together and consequently the Cardinals have not been able to win an encounter as yet. Injuries and a half-heart ed attitude are the reasons given for the failure of the Cardinals to attain the heights that were thought to be present in the material that r eported to hea dcoach, Dr. Edler. Capital Wins Three Capital University seems to be the stumbli ng block of the fallen Cardinals. The Lutherans have taken the measure of the Tan men three times, twice by sco r es of 5-3 and once by the score of 6-3. The other games hav e been with Ohio State, Ohio Nor th ern Ash la nd and Ohio Wesleyan .
TRACK By William Botts The prestige which Otterbein lost in track a few year s back, seems to have been a ll regained with the current issue of th e cinder artists. Not in the last two seasons has the Cardinals dropped a meet, wh ich speaks we ll for the masterful handling of th e thin -clads by Coach Beelman. Soph Stars Two real underclassmen stars were among the candidat es to report. George Bradshaw, an excellent pole vaulter and half miler reported for the 440. The other is Ray Schick, dash man, who runs the century in ten flat. His other race is the 220, which he can run in 22.6. Other sqphomores to answer the call were Tryon a good distance runner; Glover, a weight man; Capehart, pole vaulter; Henry, dash man; >Schott, a javeliner; and Garrett, shot put man. Hal Martin, a junior, is a javeline man. The cinder men have met and defeated Ohio Northern and Kenyon.
TENNIS Captain John Shively and his racquet weilding team mates scored three victories and one tie match against •o nly one defeat thus far this season. Gerald McFeely of Windber, Pennsylvania and George Robinson of Westerville are the only veterans of last year. Shively played in 1930-31. Botts, Barnes, Aggery, Brubaker and Peerless are th e new men this year and are all playing good tennis. The prospects are very bright for a successful season.
BIRTHS Born to Mr. and Mrs. M . D . Oyle r (Betty White, '27), on Ma y 1, 1932, a son, William Dale. Mr: and Mrs. Oyler are in Chicago where Mr. Oyler is working o ut his Ph. D. Born to Pro,fessor and Mrs . Gwynne McConaughy, Dayto n, Oh io, Sunday, April 24, a so n, David Harlan. Dr. A. D. Cook was• the physician who broug ht· him in the little black .bag. Gw yn ne ha s already enroll ed him 111 th e Fresh111an clas s of 1950. :Mr. and M r s. <S. A . Cl ifton, ( nee Verna ,Cole, ' 13), announce the birth of a so n, Edgar Paul. vV ed nesday, January 20th. Mr. a nd Mrs. ,C lifton li ve at 1383 Frank lin avenue, Columbus. Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Sea m~a. '28-' 30, of I 09 East Madi son ave nue, Sandusky, Ohio, a nn ou n ce the birth of a boy, Joseph Rob ert, March 28, 1932.
MARRIAGES Word has been rec eived tha t Miss Helen Scheidegger, '30, was married October 31. 1931 to Dr. W. A. Jame s at Sharon, Pa. M rs. J ame-s has been teaching th e pas t year in Loudonvill e, Ohi o. D r. Jam es grad uated from Ohio S tate in 1928 and is connected with th e Iodine Educational Bureau of N e w York. After Jun e 1st, th ei1· addr ess will be ,Cortland , O hio. :Yiiss D o ri s Weth eril l, '28, and Mr. Claude Zirnmerrnan, '28, we r e united in marria g e, June 20th, 193 I. Mr. Zimmerman 1s teachi ng in Sugarcreek, Ohio, wh ere Mr. and Mrs. Zimmerman li ve. :Mi ss L ois I. Breeden , '30, was united in rnarriaige to Mr. E rnes t H. Ayers, on Saturday, April 30, at Roanoke, Va. Mrs. Ayers has been teaching since her graduatio n. Mr. Ayers is employed by the N. and W. Mr. and Mrs. Ayers wi ll make their home in Roanoke.
"THE SUNBONNET GIRL" Cleiorhetean Operetta June 9 The •Cleiorhetia Literary Socie ty will 1give as their operetta tnisyear "The ,Sun,bonnet Girl" produced by the well known Morgan and Johnson. This will be a most pleasurable event as the society has many talented members. Miss Fr.ances Reigle, who has· so ably taken parts in this year's plays will sing the lead in the operetta. Others carrying leads will be the Misses Evelyn Richer, Alice Parsons, Mary Alice Rider, Wilm a Horn, Alice 1Shively, Mary Shively and Kathryn Gearhart, and !Stewart •Cox, Roy Bowen, John Smith , Daniel ,Charles and 'Wilbur Morrison. The cast will be supported by a mixed chorus of twenty voices.