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• A LOST AND F O UN D D EPARTMENT has been established on the first floor in the Southeast Tower of the Stadium. Articles found should be turned over to the ushers or left at the office.

ONLY O E CO CE SIO , that covering the sale of refreshments, is licensed by the Athletic Board and thereby privileged to sell within the Stadium.

Republican candidate for re- l ction

DOCTORS may leave their seat number with the clerk stationed in the southeast tower and will be notified by messenger in case a call is registered for them.

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BLAND L. STRADLEY President of the North Central Association of Colleges and Secondary Schools 1934-1935

TO OUR HIGH SCHOOL GUESTS WEwelcome the high school boys and girls of Ohio

To some this opportunity has meant enlightenment, to others an insight to the things ahead for him here or elsewhere in the field of higher education, to others it may mean something in the realm of educational and vocational guidance and to some a day of relaxation in company with others from all parts of Ohio. The University with its diversified colleges and offerings is a veritable laboratory of useful, vocational, and educational information. It is a place where men and women prepare for careers in life. It is life itself -not learning in an academic cloister, but learning and doing in a broadly democratic env.fronment. We hope that the day proves to be both profitable and interesting, and invite you to come again.

to the Ohio State University. This day has been designated High School Day in their honor. The University is often referred to as the 13th, 14th, 15th, and 16th grades of the. public school system. Since thi is true, it i manifestly important that the closest relationship should exist between these integral units of our school system. It is fitting for us to set aside a day on which your boys and girls may have an opportunity to observe higher education in operation. Education •is individual, or it is nothing, and it is our earnest hope that anyone who has availed himself of this opportunity has observed or heard something that may challenge and stimulate him to greater efforts.

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Attorney General

GEORGE H. BENDER and L. L. MARSHALL Congres men at Large

NON PARTISAN BALLOT ARTHUR H. DAY and FRANK W . GEIGER Judge of the upreme Court- Full term .

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• OH 10 LETTERMEN 16. JOHN KABEALO Youngstown Junior-Arts Delta Sigma Ph i Fullback '41. REGIS MON AHAN (C) Lorain Senior-Commerce Kappa Sigma Guard

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2'4. FRANK FISCH Mansfield J~nior-Education Sigma Alpha Epsilon Quarterback


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Lorain Education Tackle 10. JOHN BETIRIDGE Toledo Education Sigma Alpha Epsilon Fullback

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' tate's a big niversity enrolling nearly tudents each year, but no boy or girl is lo t in the crowd. \Vhatever his college or course, there' ome member of the niversity staff ready to help him and to advi e him. The five larger college have Junior Deans, and their offices are open to students at any time. They hear the troubles of the boy and girl , ju t as a good father would . In fact, a Junior Dean is a combination of father, Betty Fairfax, and guardian angel. This official, selected for his ability to be a real confidant fo r those under his ca re, help the student to pla n hi co u rse, wa tche the progre of his tudie , cnco u rages him in his wo rk, and assists him out of

any difficulty which may arise, to the best of hi5 ability. Pre ident Rightmire graduated from Ohio Sta te, and his own experience here as a student has gi ven him keen ympa~hy for the welfare of the boy and girl a\\'ay from home for the first time. He knows their loneline , the need for omeone in whom to confide. To provide them with ju t uch an advise r and friend, Pre ident Rightmire everal year ago e tabli hed the .ystem of Junior Dean which immcdiatelv demonstrated it worth. l n the, allege of Education, it's Junior Dean L. L. Love who help. the tudcnts to meet rlheir problems and to do he tte r wo rk. I n the allege of Commerce

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The Publishers of This Program Are Always Pleased to Meet the OHIO STATE Football Public T here are m an y amo ng you wh o have never had the opportunity of visitin g a modern publishin g h ou e. Th e op portunity n ow p resen t itself. P erhaps you will have sever al h our b efo re or after th e game. time b y bein g ou r gue ts?

Why not spend that

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YEA OHIO

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Yea Ohio! Yea Ohio! Yea Ohio ! Fight! Fight ! Fight!

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0- HiBuck- EyeO-Hi-0 Fight team, fight!

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Words and Music by Frank Crumit In old Ohio there's a team, That's known th1·oughout the land; Eleven warriors, brave and bold, Whose fame will ever stand, And when the ball goes over, Our cheers will reach the sky, Ohio Field will hear again The Buckeye Battle Cry. Drive! Drive on down the field, Men of the Scarlet and Gray; Don't let them thru that line, We have to win this game today Come on, Ohio! Smash thru to victory, We cheer you as we go; Our honor defend So we'll fight to the end For Ohio.

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LOCOMOTIVE S-s-s-s-s (3 times) Rah, Rah, Rah, Rah, Ohio State, Ohio State. (Repeat three times, very slowly, faster, very fast, all cheer at end.)

W HA-HO OHIO

OVER 01-110 S I-IIG~ WAYS GO

BY''B UCKE YE'' -SERVIN GCINCINNATI - COLUMBUS - CLEVELAND - CANTON AKRON - MANSFIELD - LORAIN - TOLEDO - DETROIT PITTSBURGH - MARION - SANDUSKY - NORWALK MASSILLON - ELYRIA - E. LIVERPOOL - NEW PHILADELPHIA - FREMONT - BUCYRUS. With Connections For Principal Cities Throughout America.

Wha-ho, Ohio, Let's GO.

E-EE-E-YA H E-e-e-e- Yahl E-e-e-e- Y ah! fight, fight, fight, fight, fight Ohio, Ohio, OHIO

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Words and Music by Fred Cornell, ex-'06 (Hats off, standing) 0, come, let's sing Ohio's praise And songs to Alma Mater raise; While our hearts rebounding thrill With joy that death alone can still. Summer's beat or winter's cold, The seasons pass, the years will roll; Time and change will truly show How firm thy friendship-Ohio .

FI GHT ON OHIO Words and Music by W. A. Dougherty, '17 The pride of Ohio, Comes on the field today, And they will show that Ohio Will fight to the finish, Whatever is the score. They do or die! They glorify! Ohio evermore! So cheer them on their way. CHORUS Fight on Ohio! D!ive on down the field. \ FAigdht on Ohio! _ !1 never, never yield. z::Jj Fight on Ohio! A. touchdown now to go. FF1ght, Fight, Fight, Fight, FIGHT, FIGHT, FIGHT, orever Ohio. They surge on the field in a ,wave of Scarlet hue. he? :e fighting hard for you. So Jom our song resounding strong, And cheer to the finish AThnd while the echoes ;oar ey do or die! They glorify! Ohio evermore!

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Alumni Chorus Tho' age may dim our mem'ry's store, We'll think of happy days of yore, True to friend and frank to foe, As sturdy sons of 0-hi-o. If on the seas of care we roll, 'Neath blackened sky, o'er barren shoal, Thots of thee bid darkness go, Dear Alma Mater-0-hi-o.

ACROSS THE FIELD Words and Music by W. A. Dougherty, '17 Fight that team across the field, Show them Ohio's here Set the earth reverberating with a mighty cheerRah-Rah-Rah ! Hit them hard and see how they fall; Never let that team get the ball, Hail! Hail! the gang's all here, So let's beat that whole conference now. Oh, Ohio! Oh, Ohio! Wa-hoo! Wa-hoo! for Ohio.


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Indiana, our Indiana, Indiana, we're all fo r yo u.

Z ickety Boom ! Rah I Rah ! Zickety Boom! Ra h! Rah ! Hurra h ! Hurra h! Indiana Rah ! R a h !

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N ever da unted we cannot fa lter, In the battle w e're tried and true, Ind iana, ou r Indiana, Indiana, w e're all for you.

Glori-a na Frangi-pana ! Indiana ! Indiana ! \Vhoo-eeee ! Ra h! Ra h! Ra h! Rah! Indiana ! Ind ia na ! Ra h ! Ra h! Rah! Ra h ! Indiana ! Indiana !

ON THE BANKS OF THE WABASH

Oh, the moonlight's fa ir tonight along the W abash From the fields there comes the breath of new mown

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Rah! Rah ! Rah! Rah! Indiana ! Ind ia na ! Rah! Rah! Rah! R ah! Indiana! Indiana ! INDIANA LOYALTY

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and Ad_m inistration, Junior Dean Charles W. Reeder i always ready to lend a sympathetic ear and helping hand. The engineering student tell their troubles to Junior Dean William D. Turnbull, those in agriculture to Junior Dean H. W. I isonger, and students in arts and sciences find an open door at the office of Junior Dean ]. Huntley Dupre. These men don't wait for srudents to visit them when help is needed. When the student's scholastic record shows that help is needed, the boy or girl i summoned ro the office for an interview. There the difficulties are talked over frankly. lf the troubles

are physical, the student is referred to an appropriate clinic or to the University Health Service. If the student is taking the wrong course, the Junior Dean hel,ps to correct that error. If it's a matter of finances, an effort is made to help nhrough tudent loan funds. And -if it's a prdblem of love, ·the Junior Dean is ready to discuss that, too. Thanks to ·the efforts of these Junior Deans, and other steps taken by Ohio State to help its students, fewer boys and girls are having difficulty in becoming accustomed to college life, and the campus scholastic average i showing improvement each year.

The firs t fonvard pass in any eries of down which becomes incomplete behind the opponents' goal line i not an automa tic tq-uohback as heretofore unless it occurs on four th dow n. Such a pass on first, second or third down is r uled as t<hough it -occurred in t he field of play, the penal ty bei ng loss of a down. The second such pa

in play and the 15-second restr·iction 111 the huddle ha been eliminated . The ball may be legally punted by a player holdi ng or dropping tbe ball and either he or another player kicking it before it touches the gr-ou nd. The pena lty for illegal delay by the team on defense is not an automatic first down, first down being declared only w1hen the pen alty takes the hall in advance of the point to be gained. An inval·id signal for Fair Catch ( presuma·bly made to confuse the opponents) may be penalized as un portsmanlike conduct, the penalty being 15 yards. A valid signal consists of rai ing one arm only clearly above the head. A change in the enforcement of the penalty for a foul committed after a free ball (a ball in play but not in the posse sion of a player) has gone out of bou nds berween the goal lines, prov·ide tthe ball be awarded to the offended team at the pot of the foul. Example: Team A's punt goes out of bou nds and then a player of Team A fouls an opponent. Ru ling: Team B 's ball at the spot of the foul.

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Any pass intercepted by the opponents behind the opponents' goal line may 1be advanced and is a touchback only when declared dead in dheir possession behind the goal line. Th e five-ya rd penalty for more than one incomplete or illegal pass has been eliminated.

If a pass is to uched by an ineligible player at any point inside the opponents ' JO-yard line, the opponents may elect a touch back; and if the illegal touching takes place behind the opponents ' goal line ( on any down) they may elect a touchbac k or take the ball at the pot where it was put in pla~,. Thir ty seconds a re allowed in which t-o put the ball

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to be regarded a a fal e start. T1he onference interpretation provides that any such movement which is ordinarily used is legal, the •penalty being enforced only when ,an unusual movement takes place. Any number of hifts are allowed provided nhe full second top between each shift i observed. Any shift which imulates a running play is con iclered a false start if it result in drawing the opponents off-s·ide. The Conference interp;ets interference by ineligible offensive linemen when a fonvard pass i, thrown to mean that no ineligible player has a ri glht to occupy a position beyond the line of crimmage unless in actual blocking contact with an oppo ing lineman.

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"F'.te Nite" ~pectators . . . Varsity O men cheer team . . . pop-corn relieves tension at basketball game . . . handballers and swimmers in action . . . Wesley Fesler, All-America . . . polo players tussle . . . over bar, pole-vaulting . . . Varsity diver . . . Swan Club . . . a long shot for basket ... "they're off" . . . Chic Harley, first All-American.

Safe at first base ... sprint swimmer splashes away ..• co-ed rooters show colors ... women's equestrian class .•• off for good gain against Northwestern ..• Big Ten basketball champs •.• Coach Francis Schmidt . .. te n intramural teams in action at once ... Ohio hurdler leads way in Penn Relays ... drum major ... across Michigan's line for a touchdown


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~KE off tho e false whisker -we know you. You're either a smoothie, a pal or a man of iron. The smoothies are rather high-hat and feel that they run the world. They da te smooth girls. eldom how enthusiasm and lap up appreciation. They da nce smoothly. o hops or jerks. They're slick dressers. Perfect smoothies are good athletes. Hand out a neat line-somewhat subtle--a keen sense of humor. Look bored, aloof and indifferent. Pride themselves on being practically infallible. But we like smoothies because they're horribly pre entable. They're well at dances. Most impressive. Decidedly worth snagging. The pals are simply grand for constant use. We can count on them in emergencies. They are the life of the party. Dance well and know every crazy step that was ever invented, and then some. They know every joke and every crack and pull the faste t gags on their friends. They make thing go. The smoothie know the snaky places to go, but the pals think up the original and in ane things to do. They're better friends. T he men of iron haven't as much public as they probably would like and deserve. Demon athletes who don't deign to date or dance. Big silent he-men who dote on worship from afar. They have a head start socially with all this athletic prowess. \Y/e are already impressed. But we'd apprecia te them really if they'd indulge in a little dancing and dropping in to see us. Men of iron are many, but their popularity is few. We're not going to draw the line and ask all but the tall, handsome, dark men to resign. We don't care much if your hair is red and bristly, or if you r ears stick out. What we do care about is what you do with what you have. We like you neat :ind clean and well dressed.

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Bottom Row ( Left to Right ) : Dick Larkins, Coach ; Sid Gillman, Coach ; George Neal, John McAfee, Damon Wetzel, Stanley Pincura, Frank Fisch, Budd Cox, John Kabealo, Jack Smith, Trevor Rees, Ri chard H eekin, Ludwig Yards, E. R. Godfrey, Coach; Floyd Stahl, Coach .

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