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PRESID E N T W . EMERY A. M.

Y o rk C ollege h as ju s t com oleted its third y e a r un der the efficient ad 足 m in istratio n of P resid en t E m ery. A constructive, forw ard-Jooking p ro gram has been in itiated and put in to operation under his cao ab le leadership. P res. E m ery h as a fine ao o reciatio n of student life, and has proven a heloful advisor and friend to students'

DEAN C H A R LE S B ISSE T A . M., B. D. W h e n th e occasion ?irose for the selection of a new Dean of the Col足 lege, everyo n e turn ed im m e d ia te ly to Dean B isset. H is efficient direc足 tion of the college activ ities has show n it to be a w ise choice. Dean B isset has an uncom mon k n o w led ge of h um an n ature, and aoplies it most satis facto rily. Y o rk C o llege is fortunate in h a v in g such a m an at the head of the F a c u lty .


M R S . J. A. G IA U Q U E A rt A rt is the expression of true b eau 足 ty. M rs. Giauque sees b e a u ty in ev eryth in g .

M I S S B E S S I E R IG G S A. B. W h a t is more to be desired than to teach people how to sp eak cor足 re ctly ?


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COACH LAD. H U B K A L L . B. One of our form er athletes, now the coach w ho is p u ttin g Y o rk Col­ le g e A th letics on' a p ar w ith the b est in the State.

M R . H. C. F E E M S T E R A. M. No problem! is too g r e a t for him. H is philosophy is Service, an d he lives the part.

M ISS C A T H E R IN E ST A U D T A. B. A w illin g booster and a cheerful friend— her motto is thoroughness.


E D IT H CONE B. S. P atien ce in all things, is M iss Cone’s attitud e. And she g ets re­ sults, both in the L ib r a r y and in her classes.

E S T H E R M cLA U G H LIN A. B. M iss M c L a u g h lin is a v e r y kin d teacher, and is adm ired b y all her pupils.

R. E. T O W N S E N D M. A cc’t. A man w ith 'o "itiv e ideas, and w ho g h e s thorough tr a in in g to his students.


MR. D W IG H T L. W A R R IC K A. B. W o r k comes first w ith him . H e believes in the Golden R u le, and proves his belief b y liv in g it.

M R . W . C. N O L L A. M. H e teach es the facts of life, not the least of w h ich is happiness itself.

M IS S M IN TA T H O R P A. M. H e r hobby is in te re s tin g herself in others, and her keenest d eligh t is in n o tin g the im p ro vem en ts of her pupils.


M ISS E M M \ FYE D ean of W o m en M iss F y e ta k e s oride in b ein g m other to all the Con-girls. She a 'so is interested in e v e ry g irl in college.

M ISS E LLE N MANN E xpression S uccess is the re w ard of hard w o rk, and the iroductions of tne y e a r are a good indication of her ef足 forts.


A L B E R T H. S E A R L E A. M „ Ph D. A P sych o lo g ist of no m ean rank. One w ho is a lw a y s of a cheerful disposition.

B O H D A N A. S H L A N T A G raduate of M an sfield, Pa., C o n servato ry Mr. S h la n ta is a true m usician, and a real teacher, w hose stud en ts all succeed.


M IS S EDA RAN K IN G raduate of U n iv e r s it y School of M usic H e r .work is not so easy, alth o ugh it’s te ac h in g others to play.

M ISS GLAD YS PEARSON G raduate of U n iv e r s it y School of M usic One w ho ta k e s g r e a t pleasure in g iv in g p le asu re to others. Her pupils are a lw a y s happy.

DE A N C H A R L E S H. A M A D O N G raduate of N ew Eog'land C o n serv a to ry of M usic A true genius, h a ;)p y in all th in gs, and dedicated to a life of m a k in g others more efficient in g iv in g h ap ­ piness.


L. B ru ce D e H a rt Des Aloines, la . Pals., Glee Club, Y. M. C. A. 'To him th at hath, shall be taken a w a y . ”

G eorgia S n y d e r P la in v ille, Ind. C'la^s T reas., Glee Club, Y. W . C. A. Cabinet, L ife W o r k R ecruit. “V a lu e is p art of every artic le in life.”

G eorge Je n k in s, J r . F airm on t, Nebr. Y. M. C. A., Glee Club. D eb atin g, Pals., Football, O rchestra. “ One who studies human n ature and the celestial w o rld .” M a rp u e rite M a rk s Y o rk, Nebr. C lass Pres., Pal. Pres., Glee Club, Y. W . C. A. C abinet, L ife W o r k R e ­ cruit. “T h e r e ’s a lw a y s a jo lly w o rd and a l w a y s a ch eery sm ile.”


D o ro th y R e id L o rem an L on gm o n t, Colo. Y. W . C. A., Zeta, D ram atic Club. ‘A w o m an w ith id eals.”

M a u rin e P a rk e r Des M oines, la . Y. W . C. A., Glee Club, Pal. “A frien d ’s a friend for a ’ th a t.”

L illia n B earss Y o rk, Nebr. Y. W . C. A., Glee Club, Zeta. “A lw a y s b u sy, n ever falters.” F lorence Je n k in s York, Nebr. Y. W . C. A. Pres., Zeta., Glee Club, L ife W o r k R e ­ cruit. “One w ho is a credit to her w o rk .”


W illia m T hom pson Gresham , Nebr. Y . M. C. A. Cabinet, Zeta., Football, C lass President. "T h e re is n o th in g w e re­ spect more than a man w ho can do th in g s.”

E lizab eth Robson Y o rk, Nebr. P al., Y . W . C. A. Cabinet, O rchestra. ‘T h e doeth all the little kin dnesses w h ich m ost of us leave undone.”

C h arles B is se t C lass Sponsor

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have followed the n a r ra tiv e th us f a r ; b u t these events and m a n y others of in­ tense in terest w ill be found in the n ex t vo lum e of this series en titled “T h e L it tle K ern el S c a tte re d A b ro ad ” or “ P ro p h ecy of th e C lass of 1927.”

Historical Synopsis and Bibliographical Note I.

T h e F ir s t Y e a r : (1) R o y L a rs o n is honored b y election as sponsor. (2) O rlan has his first date w ith M y rth a . (3) E laine continues a H ig h School rom ance.

II.

T h e Second Y e a r : (1) (2 ) (3) (4)

III.

T h e T h ird Y e a r : (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8)

IV .

Sophom ores R eceiv e (S e e C h ap ter on “ C repe P a p e r and F in a n c e ” in W a l l- S t r e e t R ep o rt). R e a th a meets L y le . H a ro ld A shm ore becomes P residen t. D avid B ra u n enters the class. (S e e D ean ’s “ In tim ate H is t o r y of H en derso n ,” chap. 3. T h is reference is not r e q u ir e d ; m e re ly s u g g e ste d as r e la tiv e ly u n im p o rtan t).

T h e R e a t h a - L y le allian ce is ag reed upon. T h e re is a ste a k fry, a p a r ty and a H a llo w e ’en doings. Prof. Noll becom es sponsor, and E. Spore, president. B ill goes to U n iv ersity. (S e e “ L e tte rs of E lain e”, chap. 5). M a rg u e r ite and W a y n e form a frien d ly and m u tu al A llian ce. C am ille and S ta n le y have much in common. (S e e “T h e Second C o alitio n ” in a n y good h is to ry te x t). M y r th a m eets H arold, and concession or union is in evitab le. M rs. C lark and M a rie Je ffe r s jo in th e class.

The L ast Y ear: (1) (2 ) (3) (4)

M y r th a m arries, R e a th a “ moves out,” and M rs. Noll moves in. T h e re is a ste ak fry and a th e a tre p arty, also com m encem ent w eek. H a z e l Sm ith sells candy. (S e e “T h e S ud den P o p u la rity of C akeE aters, and the Concom itant F in a n c ia l G ain” in a n y pro m in ­ ent b ro k ers’ m a g a z in e ). P a u l G. and Ivan J. d e b a te ; Isab el pulls p lu g s and M ild red sp eaks of L aw ren ce. (T h e rest has been e d i t e d ! !)


T h e ra n Gard Y ork, Nebr. Pal., Glee Club, Y -C lub, O rch estra, Y. M. C. A., Bus. M g r. San d b urr, Pres, of C lass, Chem. L a b . A ssista n t, B us. M gr. T h e M arath o n . “ E xp erien ce is that w h ic h an inexperienced person experiences, in be­ co m in g exp erien ced.” Isab el L u e e rs M a ry s v ille , K ans. Y . W . C. A. Cabinet, Zeta, V .-P res. of Booster Club. “ Now, b elieve me, I w o u ld n ’t le t a n y m an boss m e ! ”

Fred L o rem an Stro m sb u rg, Nebr, Y. M. C. A., T rack , Y -C lub, Zeta. “ So m etim es I s a y to m y ­ self, ‘th ere’s m ore in me than people th in k ’.”

E thel Spore Y ork, Nebr. Y . W . C. A. Cabinet, Pal., O rch estra, A s s ’t. T re a s . of the College. “ P la y fu l b lushes th at seem ed n augh t, B u t lum inous escape of th o u gh t.”


Football, V .-P res. Y -C lub. “ A b it of bluff now and then, is relished b y the best of m en .” E laine W in fie ld Y o rk, Nebr. Y. W . C. A., Glee Club, Zeta.. “A stud ent at Y ork, w ith a m in d at L in co ln .”

W ayne Law s Norton, K ans. Pres. A th letic A s s ’n., O rchestra. “A lth o u g h not a Demo­ crat, I am in favor of W ils o n .” M a rg u e r ite W ils o n Pueblo^ Colo. Devo. Chair, of Y . W . C. A., Zeta. “ I don’t care much about the men— except one.”


P a u l Goudy S tro m sb u rg, Nebr. Pal., H istrion ic, Debate, Glee Club, Y . M. C. A., O rato ry. “H e could on either side dispute, A b rillia n t sp eaker of good re p u te.” R e a th a F easter Y o rk, Nebr. Y. W . C. A., Glee Club, G irls’ Trio, Zeta., M a rath o n Staff. “ L ife is a pest and all thing's show i t ; I th o ugh t so once and n ow I know i t !”

Iv a n Je n k in s Y ork, Nebr. Pres, of B ooster Club, L ife W o r k R ecru it, Debate, O rato ry, Glee Club, Pal., H istrion ic. “ So m etim es a vio len t la u g h te r screw ed his face.” C am ille P ach n er Je n n in g s, Kans. Y. W . C. A., Zeta., Glee Club. “ L in co ln m a y not be v e r y far a w a y , b u t it c e rta in ly seems so.”


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M y r tle B e a s le y H a stin g s, Nebr. Y . W . C. A., Zeta., So cial C h airm an of Class. “If yo u siiould a s k me,

M ildred Stenson R epublic, K ans. Y . W . C. A., Pal., “ M en m a y come and men m a y go, B u t t h e y ’ll not go forever.”

H a z e l S m ith B ra d s h a w , Nebr. Y . W . C. A. Cabinet, ' V .-P res. W . A. A., H istrion ic, L ife W o r k R ecru it. “ If ta lk in g w id g e t me a n y w h e re , I ’ll c e rta in ly go a lon g w a y s . ” Ellen M a n n Y o rk, Nebr. Y. W . C. A. Cabinet, Pal., L ife W o r k R ecruit, A rt, E xp ression . “M o st people are not as bad as th e y are painted, e sp e cially m y H istrion ic class.”


M rs. P e a r l H a r r itt Noll Y ork, Nebr. Y . W . C. A., Pal. “I ’d much ra th er keep house than go to school” .

M a rie Je ffers A urora, Nebr. Y . W . C. A., W . A. A., Zeta., Glee Club. “W h a t do I care for m e n ? I prefer to teach school.” Prof. W . C. Noll Y o rk, Nebr. C lass Sponsor

M rs. M a ria n B. C lark Sed alia, Mo. Y . W . C. A. “ ’T is m ore discreet to clothe m ischief in a garb of innocence.”


E b egan our co llege career w ith over one hundred m em bers. T h e y e a r w a s full of even ts for us, in fact w e held tw o Tarties, and took p art in other school activities. W e fwere v e r y proud to be Freshm en. M iss L o vell, o ur class sponsor su g g e ste d that w e b u y g re en caps. W e did, and besides p ro vin g our id en tity, furnished m uch sport for the upper classm en w h o d eligh ted in s t a g in g w a r in th e halls and about the cam pus t r y in g to secure our adornm ents. N ext w e w e re b rillia n t Sophomores. T h e m ain feature of the y e a r w a s the an n u al Sophomore Reception, w h ich w a s given at H o tel M cCloud. It w a s declared b y m a n y to be the best in the h isto ry of the school. A m o n g the class p arties of the y e a r w a s a ja u n t to the K. P. Camp. T h e re w e had a bounteous m eal and a g en eral good time. W e w e re proud to h ave as our sponsor, Dr. A sh craft, w h o w a s a l w a y s w ith the class in th e sp irit of the occasion. T h is y e a r w e are p lu c k y Ju n io rs. A soirit of cooperation and aopreciation has m ade this y e a r w h a t it has been. W e h ave th us far, held tw o n arties w h ich w e re full of fun, and r iv a lr y w ith upper classm en. T h e Senior R eco g ­ nition D a y is one to be cherished and lon g rem em bered b y the Ju n io rs. W e h ave y e t to look fo rw ard to the Ju n io r-S e n io r B an q u et, w h ich w ill be held M a y 6th. in our n ew U n ite d B reth ren church. Our officers for the entire y e a r are as fo llo w s: P r e s id e n t .......................................................... Theodore T hom pson V ice P r e s i d e n t . ............................................................. E lb erta P a rk e r S c c r e ta r y -T r e a s u r e r ........................................................... E lan o r A llen Social C h a ir m a n .......................... L a u r a H olm S p o n s o r........................................................................................... M iss T horp M a n y of our Ju n io rs w ill not be w ith us n ext y e a r as Seniors. H o w ­ ever, w e are certain th at the asso ciatio n s of the class of ’28 w ill not be soon forgotten as w e advan ce to g r e a t e r honor and achievem ent.


L y le D eM oss Y o rk, Nebr. Glee Club, Y -Club, M a rath o n Staff. “ Som e g u y .3 can pet b y w ith a n y th in g , and I’m one of th em .” E lb erta P a rk e r Des Moines, la . Y. W . C. A. Cabinet, W . A. A., L ife W o r k Recruit, P al., Glee Club, V .-P re sid e n t of Class. “T h e d ig n ity of quiet ease w ill w in w h ere all else has failed.”

Theodore T hompson Gresham, Nebr. Y. M- C- A. Cabinet, Pal., M a rath o n Staff, P resid en t of Class. ‘H an d som e and studious, is our ‘S alesm an S a m ’.” L a u r a H olm Y ork, Nebr. Y . W . C. A., Glee Club G irls’ Trio, Zeta., H istrion ic. “ So m e w ho sm ile, I fear, h ave m ischief in their m in ds.”


D avid B ra u n H enderson, Nebr. M a rath o n Editor, Glee Club, Y. M. C. A. C abinet, San d b u rr Staff, O rchestra. “T h a t g ir l can h ave me.”

E leanor A llen Y o rk, Nebr. Y . W . C. A., Pal., H istrion ic, Glee Club. ‘H e r statu re tall, her m an n er ch arm in g.”

L lo yd N ichols Colorado S p rin g s, Colo. Football, B ask etb all, Pres, of Y . M. C. A., M arath o n Staff, Glee Club, Zeta. “T h e combined q u a litie s of a man and a g re a t a th lete.” M a e Goodale Y ork, Nebr. Glee Club, Zeta, Y . W . C. A., G irls’ T rio , B o o st­ ers, M arath o n Staff. “ T h e artistic and w it t y are few, T h u s yo u rs is the w o rld to im bue.”


W a r r e n M c C la tc h e y Y ork, Nebr., Football, Y. M. C. A. “Y ou can n ever tell how a quiet fellow acts in the d ark.”

Edith Stephen Y ork, Nebr. Y. W . C. A., P al. ‘Quiet, d is q u ie tin g ly so.’:

A lb ert M urdoch N e h aw k a , Nebr. Stu d e n t M gr. of Football, Y. M. C. A., L ife W o r k R e c ru it, S a n d b u rr Staff, Zeta. “ If I n ever set the w orld on fire, at least P m good a t s p a r k in g .” Opal M cD o w ell Chariton, la . Y . W . C. A. ‘H a s a sm ile for e v e r y ­ one.”


F ra n c is H a rb e rt Y ork, Nebr. M a rath o n Staff, Glee Club, Zeta., Y. M. C. A. “A ll the g re a t men are dead, and I ’m not feeling w e ll m y self.” K ath erin e Spore Y o rk Nebr. Y . W . C. A., W . A. A., Pal. “ H er level best, and n o thin g less.”

Jo e Alden Y o rk, Nebr. Y . M. C. A., Glee Club. “A b ig -h earted business m an .”

M iss M in ta T horp C lass sp o n so r

T h elm a M a n n in g Y ork, Nebr. Y . W . C. A. Cabinet, Pal. “F e r ’s is the kind of sm ile th at is not soon forgot­ ten.” E lder A nderson A uro ra. Nebr. Y. M. C. A., L ife W o r k R ecruit. “ F aith fu l to th e l a s t dejrree.”


O ther Juniors B ern ice W ils o n Pueblo, Colo. L ife W o r k R ecru it, Y . W . C. A., P al. “B ro w n eyes th a t all b eguile, A nd th a t sw e e t w in n in g sm ile.”

Irene B ach m an Des M oines, l a . Pres, of Y. W . C. A., L ife W o r k R ecuit, Zeta., W . A. A., Glee Club. (P ic tu r e in Soph, section, b y m ista k e ). “ Sh e is so free, so kind, so apt, so blessed a d is­ position.” H aro ld A shm ore Y ork, Nebr. > B ask etb all, Y -C lub, M arath o n Staff, Y. M. C. A. “A m an m ust devote some of his tim e to other th in gs than s tu d y .” M rs. L o ttie A. M eek Y ork, Nebr. Y . W . C. A. “ Sh e speaks, behaves, and acts ju s t as she should.”

E sth er O lew in e Geneva, Nebr. L if e W o r k R ecru it, Glee Club, Zeta. (P ic tu r e in Soph, section b y m ista k e ). “A c aye n n e cap sule of condensed m isch ief.” D oro thy R eisb eck Y ork, Nebr. “A p le asan t g irl w ho does no w ro n g .”

P ro m ila P eters India Y. W . C. A. “D a in ty and sw e e t is she, A s nice as she can be.”

O. W . Nelson ■ S tro m sb u rg, Nebr. “I come from up am o n g the S w ed es.”


D an iel Ponlson

A rly s S m all

F lo yd P e te rs

M argaret H ill

T hornton M iller

Irene B ach m an (J u n io r )

L lo y d W e l ls

V iv ia n Jo h n s

R obert Long

E sther S tr ic k le r

W illis S m ith

D orothy W is e m a n

Fred Gilbert

F ra n c e s F lo yd i - d Patrick M an n

M adge E artus M c C lellan d B lanc j L in io r j

N eil Robson

M arion W in g

H arold Jeffers


Daniel Poulson,

Y . M. C. A,

“H e g e n t ly stu d ied .”

A r ly s S m all,

W . A. A., Y . W . C. A., P res, of C lass.

“Q uiet and sm all, and a friend to all.”

F lo yd P ete rs,

Football, Y -C lub, B asketball.

“ L ik e s sm all th in g s .”

M a rg a r e t H ill,

Y . W . C. A., P al., W . A. A.

“A ru s h in g stu d en t.”

T hornton M iller,

Football, Y -C lub , P al., Y . M. C. A., L ife W o r k R ecruit.

“W h a t good’s a car if the g i r l is g o n e ? ”

L lo y d W e lls ,

Glee Club, O rato ry, Pres, of Pal., Y . M. C. A.

“Deep w i s d o m— i n w e lls .”

V iv ia n Jo h n s,

W . A. A., P res. Y . W . C. A. Cab., P al., Glee Club, L ife W o r k R e ­ cruit.

“Oh w e ll— ”

R o b ert L o ng,

B ask etb all, Y. M . C. A.

“H a s a lon g h ead .”

Estjher S tric k le r,

Y. W . C. A., Pal.., S tu dent V o lun teer, Orchestra.

“I t ’s w is e r b ein g good th a n b ad .”

W i ll is Sm ith,

Pal., Y. M. C. A., L ife W o r k R ecruit.

“S lo w b ut in e v itab le.”

D o ro th y AViseman,

Y . W . C. A .,W . A. A.

“T r u s t me to keep a secret—g o in g .”

F red Gilbert,

B ask etb all, Y -C lub .

“ G reater ath letes m a y be, but I doubt it.”

F ran c es K ilp atrick ,

Y . W . C. A.

“T h e moon affects the tides, and the u n tied .”

F lo y d M ann,

Y. M. C. A., Glee Club, Football, H istrio n ic.

“H e did nothing, but did it w e ll.”

M a d g e M cC lellan d,

Y. W . C. A.

“L ittle , b ut oh m y ! ”

B a rtu s B lanc,

Football, Y -C lub , At. C. A.

Neil Robson,

B ask etb all, Y -C lub.

“V o tes for B r y a n .”

M ario n W i n g ,

Y. W . C. A., P res, of Zeta, Glee Club.

“ L ik e ch icken ? T a k e a W in g .”

H a ro ld Jeffers,

Glee Club, Y. M . C. A., P al., Football, Y -C lub .

“T h e a n sw er to m a id en ’s p ra y e r.”

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“I en jo y school, b ut the classes.”

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Edith W rig h t

H a rlan Moore

R u th H u en efeld

D onald Oliver

E velyn B abcock

George F ra n z

L illia n Sm all

T heo’d bre Peterson

A lice P ete rs

E v erett A rd u s S a m u e ls o iv K n ig h t

L a u re n e E dm ondson

E v ely n Doroth}'L o rejice ^ i Jo h n s

M ae Cl

V ir g ie E lizabeth M c C la tc h e y Ja n ie s

E lta ISLuper

Mabel M a rth a L o rra in e ShelquLjJ.-rf’MjSayiM^lson T ho m pso n

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E dith W r ig h t,

Y W . C. A., W . A. A.

“A lw a y s W r ig h t , even if w ro n g .”

H a rla n Moore,

Glee Club, O rchestra.

Zeta.,

“H e w h o la u g h s last, la u g h s la st.”

R u th Huenefeld,

O rchestra, Zeta, Y . W . C. A.

“ M odest and quiet, and v e r y useful.”

D onald Oliver,

Y -C lub, B ask etb all.

“T a lk a tiv e , b ut doesn’t s a y m u ch .”

E v ely n B abcock,

Y. W . C. A., Glee Club, P al.

“ L ik e s lers.”

George F ran z,

Y . M . C. A., B ask e tball.

“E v eryo n e kn o w s w h a t I kn o w .”

L illia n S m all,

W . A. A., Y; W . C. A.

“C heerful

^Theodore Peterson,

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Glee Club, Y-(£lub, “O ut after K n ig h t.” B ask etb all, Y . M. C. A. .

A lice P eters,

B oosters, L ife W o r k R ecru it, Zeta., Y. W . C. A., W . A. A.

“ L a u g h s at all th in g s.”

E v erett S am uelso n,

Debate, . Y. M. C. A., Glee Club.

“T h re e Y o rk .”

A rd u s K n igh t,

W . A. A., Y. W . C. A., Zeta., H istrionic.

“A n ig h t-h a w k .”

L a u re n e E dmondson,

Pal., Y . W . C. A., Glee Club.

“Je alo u s, H a-ha,— ”

E v ely n Lorence,

Zeta., Y. W . C. A., W . A. A.

“ F a ir as a rose.”

D o ro th y Johns,

Y . W . C. A., Pal., Glee Club, L ife W o r k R ecruit.

“A good m an is hard to find.”

M ae C lark,

Y. W . C. A.

“L e t us rejo ice w h ile w e are y o u n g .”

V ir g ie M c C latch e y,

Y . W . C. A.

“Ouiet, b ut som e stu ­ dent.”

E lizab eth J a m e s,

Y. W . C. A.

“A noiseless w o rk e r .”

E lta Kuper,

Y . W . C. A., W . A. A.

“ In all th in gs faith ful.”

M a b el Shelcjuist,

Pres. Y. W . C. A., Zeta, L ife W o r k R ecruit.

“T ru e to her w ork, her word, and her friends.” V

M a rth a S am uelso n, ■

Y. W . C. A.

“ Som e orefer b londes.”

L o rra in e Thom pson,

W . A. A., Y. W . C. A., Pal., Glee Club, L ife W o r k R ecruit.

“S h e b uilds her castles in the a ir.”

ja y

bo’s

for


R ay m o n d B ry a n t,

Pal., Y. M. C. A., L ife W o r k R ecru it.

“T ip -ch aser.”

L o is C ottrell,

Zeta., Y. W . C. A.

“S h e ’s a good at tim e s.”

L o u is H elzer,

Zeta., Club.

B essie S m ith ,

;

B ask e tb all,

Y-

Pal., H istrion ic, Y . W . C. A.

g ir l—

“ H elp s L o is be good.” “ Sav e me, O fficer! (M an n ).”

E tta M ason ,

E ditor of San d b urr, Zeta., W . A. A., Y . W . C. A.

“ B elieves in w o m a n ’s rig h ts .”

Ivan C aldw ell,

Zeta., Glee Club, Y . M. C. A., H istrio n ic, L ife W o r k R ecru it.

“H a s other in terests in college besides s t u d y .”

C ath erin e S ta u d t,

C lass Sponsor.

G rant S te rn er,

Pal., Y . M. C. A., L ife W o r k R ecru it, Y-CIub. Glee Club.

“ In vests in d iam o n d s.”

M a r g ie A u g sp u rg e r,

Y. W . C. A., (P ic tu r e in F resh . Section, b y m istak e.)

“I love home.”

to

stay

at


O th e r Sophomores Jo e H an n a, E ngene W a llin , Tfmnmipl T-Tinvfl . .Pal

Y. M. C. A.

“ I ’m g e t tin g to be a b ig b oy now .”

Y . M. C. A.

“A tough b a b y .”

V -f'ln h

“ M e rry , ried.”

but

u n m a r­

Sutto n H ice,

Debate, Y -C lub, C. A.

Y. M. “I know m y stuff.”

L u c ile Jackso n ,

Y. W . C. A.

M a r ly n Diehl,

Y -Club, B a s k e t b a l l , “S t u d y S a n d b u rr Staff, Boost- h ab it.” ers, A th letic Board.

M ario n Norris,

Y. M. C. A.

“H o w can I help it cause the g ir ls like m e?”

A lice Ender,

Y, W . C. A., W . A. A.

“J u s t call me A lice.”

“I ’m little, w is e .” is

b ut a

I’m

foolish


OON after school started in S ep te m b er of 1926, a call w a s issued for all F resh m en to meet, and th e F resh m an class w a s o rganized. T h e m em b ers of the class w e re not v e r y w e ll acquain ted, and did not k n o w ju s t w hom th e y should choose to lead th em th ro u gh the g r u e llin g first four m onths of college but, as a lw a y s happens, a g r e a t m an cam e fo rw ard in the crisis. T h e g r e a t m an w ho arose from the ranks, and stood head and shoulders above all com petitors, w a s none other th a n L e e C larke. T h e class k n e w the g en u in e th in g w h en th e y s a w it, so C larke w a s elected b y a la rg e m a jo rity . R o y a ld M o rgan w a s chosen as a fit­ tin g a ss is ta n t to P re s id e n t C larke. A rd ith K u ll w a s chosen as S e c r e ta r y T re a s u re r . P ro fesso rs W a r r i c k and M o rg an w e re chosen as Sponsors. T h e class had a m em bership of one hundred am b itio us studen ts who w e re ju s t b e g in n in g to strive for the h ig h e r and finer th in g s of life. T h e first social function w a s a hike, for those w ho had paid th eir dues. T H E R E W A S N O T A V E R Y L A R G E A T T E N D A N C E , for most of th e b oys w e re p rac­ tic in g football. T h o se w ho w e n t had a v e r y e n jo yab le time, p reten d in g th e y w e re e a tin g w ith D aniel Boone out in the g re a t open spaces. A few w e e k s later, the class w a s at home at the co n serv ato ry to all upp erclassm en w ho cared to come. T h e up p erclassm en fin a lly dep arted w ith th eir share of the eats and after much persuasion g o t P resid en t C lark e to go w ith them. T h e class w a s v e r y w e ll represented on the football team , h a v in g seven on the r e g u la r team . T h e freshm an o n ly placed one m an on the b ask etb all re g u lars. T h e class as a w h o le took p art in e v e r y th in g th at happened and w a s a g r e a t asset to the college. T h e y are hard w o rk e rs a t e v e r y th in g th a t th e y und ertake, and expect to m ake an en viab le record b y 1930. A t a n y rate, the n ex t y e a r ’s freshm an m a y expect a su itab le send off from this class.


A lice Coffey,

O rchestra, Pal., Y. C. A., W . A. A.

K enneth Stoddard,

Glee Club,

“Y e m a ste r m ind.”

E dna C offey,

Pal., Y. W . C. A., H istrionic.

“M e r e ly good C offey.”

Dean Aden,

.

W.

T rack , Y . M. C. A.

“ A face w ith .gladness o versp read."

X “ M irth foot.”

from

head to

Ann A nderson,

Soccer.

“M en h ave a lw a y s been m y m a rk .”

Alonzo R am p ,

O rchestra, Glee Club.

“ God bless the man w ho invented sleep.

A lice Sch riefer,

Glee Club, Y . W . C. A.

R o y S ch all,

Football.

“It is the m ind th at m akes the m an .”

T h e lm a Dierdorff,

Y . W . C. A., Glee Club, Zeta., Soccer.

“A lo v in g h eart is the b eg in n in g of kn o w ­ led g e.”

L ee Spohr,

Y . M. C. A.

“S tu d y is a past-tim e, w h y o ver-d o ?”

D encil Moore,

Y . W . C. A.

“W h y a r e n ’t they^ all contented like m e ? ”

Ira Colson,

Pal., Y. M. C. A., Club.

Y-

“W o m e n don’t bother m e.”

V ir g in ia E d w a rd s,

Glee Club, Zeta., Y . W . C. A., O rchestra.

“W h a t m akes a h eart so lig h t as m u s ic ? ”

C h arles Pope,

Y . M. C. A., Y ell-lead er.

“Do th e y h ave rules in I n d ia ? ”

Gretchen S ta u d t,

Glee Club, A rt.

“B a c k in In d ian a.”

Jo h n F ran z ,

Football, Y -C lub , Y . M. C. A.

“S u n n y so n n y.”

L u c ile E dm ondson,

Y . W . C. A., Glee Club.

“A s p r ig h tly sh e.”

D etrich R eg ie r,

Y. M. C. A., Football.

“J u s t a p le asan t D u tch ­ m an .”

A d a Greene,

Y. W . C. A., Zeta.

“B r illia n t in the even­ in g .”

Donald F ish er,

Glee Club, H istrion ic.

“T h e v e r y pineapple of p oliteness.”

Doris Sm ith ,

Y . W . C. A., W . A. A.

Zeta,

F rie n d lin e ss ified.”

person­

Con-

m aid is

“N a tu r a lly nice.”


A lice Coffey

K en neth Sto ddard

Edna Coffey

Dean A den

Ann Alonz A n d erso n R am p

A lice Roy Sch riefer Sch all

T h elm a Dierdorff

L ee Spohr

D encil Moore

Ira Colson

V ir g in ia E d w a rd s

C h arles Pope

Gretchen S ta u d t

Jo h n F ran z

T " r ile D etrich Edmondson R e^ ie r

Ada Greene

D onald F is h e r

Doris Sm ith


E dn a B ro aderso n ,

Y . W . C. A.

“Not v e r y ta lk a tiv e .”

H e rm a n R e g ie r,

F ootball, Y -C lub, Glee Club.

“L o st his C ain .”

M a r ie tta C ain,

Glee C lub.

“A h eartb re a k e r— ?”

B o y d K in g,

B ask e tb a ll, Y -C lub, A th letic B oard.

“H a s a m ig h ty b ra in .” *

H ild red ICarre,

Y. W . C. A., W . A. A.

“H a s poetic tions.”

R o n ald K reps,

Y. M. C. A., B oosters.

“S t r u g g le - b u g g y ‘Choffer’.”

E v e ly n Y o u n g ,

Y . W . C. A.

“ I hope I know m y d u ty w h en I see it.”

A rth u r F arn h a m ,

Glee Club, Y . M . C. A.

“H is h e a rt is good as go ld.”

G enevieve Goble,

Y . W . C. A., Zeta.

“A jo lly all.”

Jo h n R o w le y ,

Zeta, Y . M. C. A.

“ W is h in g for W i n g s . ”

A lice A llen,

i

Y . W . C. A.

in c lin a­

com rade

to

“ H as a broad outlook.”

H o m er W a t k in s ,

Pal., P res.-elec t of Y. M . C. A.

“Bishop in th e bud.”

E lzad ie L eese,

Y . W . C. A., Soccer.

“Such is life in Y o rk .”

H a ro ld K n ig h t,

Y . M. C. A., Glee Club, L ife W o r k R ecru it, Art.

“A nd still his to n gue ran on.”

E lla B allard ,

Y . W . C. A., W . A. A.

“ A ro llin g stone g a t h ­ ers no m oss.”

A rn o ld M a u re r,

F o o tb all, B ask e tb all, Y -C lu b , P res, of C lass,

“ Great in g .”

M ild red F en n er,

Y. W . C. A.

“She w h o is good is h ap p y.”

Pal., L if e W o r k R ecruit, Y . M. C. A.

“J o l ly and tured.”

good

A delin e M a j- t in e & t^

P al., I ife W o r k R ecruit, Y . W . C. A.

“C h eerfu lly

studious.”

ff ^ 'e y L 'a s e b e e r ,

Boosters, Y ell-leader.

“ W h e n does he sleep ?\J

Y . W . C. A.

“Her

M a n u el M a rtin ez, y

A m elis/P eterso n ,

.

b ut

un assu m -

v ir tu e s

na-

n ever


E dna H e rm a n B ro aderso n R e g ie r

M a rie tta Cain

B o yd K in g

H ild red K a rre

R oland K reps

E v e ly n Young

A r th u r F a rn h a m

Genevieve Goble

Jo h n R o w le y

A lice A lle n

H o m er W a t k in s

H aro ld K n ig h t

E lla B allard

E lzadie L eese

.

A rn o ld M ildred ^/ÂťMarffer-v F en n er

M an uel M a rtin ez

A d elin e M a rtin ez

A m elia Peterson

H a rv e y C aseb ee r


N eta Schnoor,

,

H istrion ic, Y . W . C. A., A rt.

L e e C lark,

C lass P res. 1st. O rchestra.

C onstance F ish er,

H istrionic, Y . W . C. A. “ None b ut herself can be her p a r a lle l.”

E llen Jo hnson,

'

L eo n a D u nk er,

■'

Sem.,

“Not home to ex-P resid en ts.”

Y . W . C. A.

“D esires Y o u n g .”

to

keep

*

“Keep a b ra v e spirit, and never despair/'

Y . W . C. A., W . A. A.

“H e r h air is not more su n n y th an her face.”

S a r a h Zeig,

Pal., H istrion ic, Soccer, Y. W . C. A.

B e rth a D u nk er,

Y. W . C. A., W . A. A. “T h in k s d an cin g is no h arm .”

[ C ly d e B olton, .!

" I ’ll spell differently,

m y n am e som e d a y .”

F ootball, Y -C lu b .

“Of a v e r y p le a sin g disposition.”

O nita Stone,

Y . W . C. A.

“W isd o m hath claim ed her.”

Je n n ie E v an s,

Glee Club.

“A m e rry tr u e .”

A rd ith K u ll,

Y. W . Cab., B oosters, Sec. of C lass, Soccer,

“A gen tle m aiden w ho g e ts e v e r y th in g done.”

M a rie H e lzer,

Y . W . C. A.

“T h e price of w isdom is above ru b ies.”

R o y a ld M o rgan ,

Football, Y -C lub .

“ C ontains lots of w ork, for none has ever come out.”

Grace L a rk in ,

Y. W . C. A.

“T h a n k s for th e b ugg y -rid e .”

R u sse ll V a n A llen,

P al, Y . M. C. A.

“T o e v e ry question he had an a n sw e r.”

L e la H u ngerford,

Y . W . C. A.

“ L e t ’s ta k e life as it com es.”

V e r g il C ald w ell,

Y. M.

C. A.

“D on’t be bashful, g irls w o n ’t b ite.”

D oro thy Ja m e s ,

Y. W .

C. A.

“Silen ce is go lden .”

W i ll ie C havez,

Y . W . C. A., L if e W o r k R ecru it.

M rs. J u l i a Sun d b erg ,

Y. W .

C. A .

h eart

and

“A faithful stud en t,” “H a s m a n y lish m en ts.”

accom p­


N eta Schnoor

L ee C lark

C onstance F ish er

E llen Johnson

B erth a D u nk er

S arah 7-ieg

L eo n a D u nker

C lyd e Bolton

O nita Stone

Jen n ie E vans

A rd ith K ull

D oris S m ith

M a rie H elzer

R o y ald M o rgan

Grace L a rk in

R u sse ll L e la A^ergil V an A llen H u ng erfo rd C ald w ell

D orothy Jam es

W i ll ie C havez

M rs. J u lia S u n d b e rg


V e n a B row n ,

Y . W . C. A.

“ Sh o rt and sn ap p y.”

R eed G illiland,

F o o tb all, Y -C lub.

“A devil ladies.”

E leanor P lu m b ,

Zeta, Y . W . C. A.

“T h e re is n o th in g like fun.”

Clinton S ittler,

H istrion ic.

N eva B roo kh art,

Pal., Y. W . C. A., L ife W o r k R ecruit.

“A d iligen t studen t.”

Sheldon P ric e

Debate, M gr. of Football, Y. M. C. A.

“A m an of w o rds.”

R u th Y o u n g,

Y. W . C. A., Glee Club.

“ P refers den ts,”

Condido M edin a,

Pal., L ife W o r k R ecruit, Y . M. C. A.

“A w o rk e r and out.”

V iv a P atto n,

Y. W . C. A., W . A. A., Soccer.

“W h e n she w ill, she w i l l ; w h en she w o n ’t she w o n ’t.”

Nestor Sh la n ta,

Glee Club, Debate, O rchestra.

“S w am p ed w ith d ates.”

H azel B earss,

Glee Club, H istrion ic.

“I believe in individual la u g h in g .”

V icto r Jo hnson,

Y. M. C. A.

“Too b u s y to die.”

B ern ice H olm ,

Glee Club, Y. W . C. A.

“As m e rry as the d a y is long.”

M a y n a r d G rosshans,

Y. M. C. A.

“H a ste m akes w a s t e .”

M an is L o n g,

Y . M. C. A.

“W h y do d ucks s w im ? ”

Geanell M cC lellan d,

Y. W . C. A.

“L ik e s to R e e d .”

F lo yd R o h rer,

Y . M. C. A.

“P ers 's te n c e w in s .”

L e ta H a rris,

Pal., Y . W . C. A. W . A. A.

“A sincere m aid en .”

C lay to n Moss,

Y. M. C. A.

“A p ru n e-d u ster.”

E lizab eth S h urtleff,

Y . W . C. A., Soccer.

“C a lm ly w ay.”

*

w ith

the

“O. K., K a y .”

E x-p r e s i in school

always

tread s

life’s


V ena B ro w n

R eed G illiland

E leanor P lum b

C linton S ittle r

N eva Sheldon B ro o kh art P rice

R u th Young

Condido M ed in a

V iv a P atton

N e s to r S h la n ta

H azel B earss

V ie t J r Jo h n son

B ern ice H o lm

M aynard M a rg ie G rosshans A u g s p u rg e r (S o ph o m ore)

Manis^ Long

Geanell F lo yd M t C le lla n d R o h rer

L e ta H a rris

C layto n M oss

E lizabeth Sh urtleff


/Tames R o b erts, w r ' X **' Ivan M a u re r, ?'L/0

/)/)!

Football, Y-C lnb. •

’ *

Football, Y -C lub, B as„ketball, V .-P r e s. of

“A lau gh g ro a n .”

beats

a

“A square-sh o o ter.”

/ ru ^ ^ ^ n -i4 / / .C lass.

E d w ard Keefe,

Y . M. C. A.

“H a n g sorrow , le t’s be m e r r y .”

J a m e s H ilto n ,

Y. M. C. A .

“S o lita r y as an o y ste r.”

Grace T u rn e r ,

Y. W . C. A.

“Give m e M ore.”

Prof. D. L . W a r r ic k ,

C lass Sponsor.

Prof. J . C. M o rgan ,

C lass Sponsor.

A lle ta M a rlo w ,

H istrion ic, P a l.

“A u th o r ity on B u rn s.”


O ther Freshmen L e w is B ic k le y ,

Y. At. C. A.

“T r y i n g to g e t P oor.”

A lb ert B uller,

Y . At. C. A.

“Sh o rt of statu re and quite jo lly .”

T ed B u rn h am ,

Y -C lub.

“A carefree a th lete.”

R obert B y rn es,

Football, Y -C lub.

“ Did yo u ever see him w h en he w a s n ’t ch ew ­ in g g u m ? ”

Ataurice C aven der,

Football.

“ I prefer not to s tu d y .”

L ucile D ow ner,

Y. W . C. A.

“P m learn in g how to cook.”

H om er Gadeke,

Y. M. C. A.

“L o o ks a ll"

R u th Gjerloff,

H istrionic, Y . W . C. A.

R ich ard L arso n ,

Y. M. C. A.

“A bird of the night, so th e y s a y .” >

L o ry n e L e w is ,

Y . W . C. A.

“ You c a n ’t boss m e.”

O rvest L ew is,

Debate, Y . M. C. A.

“ H is arg u m e n t w a s to the point.”

V ernon M oist,

B ask etb all, Y -C lub.

“A n o th er long b o y .”

down

on

us

“T ra n q u il as a d a y in Ju n e .”

B essie M urdoch,

Y. W . C. A., L ife W o r k R ecru it.

“T h o u g h t w o rks in silence.”

E lizab eth Poor,

Y. W . C. A.

“ S he who en co urages tw o men deserves to lose them both.”

R aym o n d P rice,

Y. M. C. A.

“F u lle r B ru sh e s.”

R obert R an k in ,

Football.

Norma R a th ,

Glee Club, Zeta., Y. VV. C. A.

“W a n t s her h appiness in su red .”

F o rrest R eed,

Y. M. C. A.

“W h y should I s t u d y E n g lis h ? ”

R uth S an d all,

Y . VV. C. A., Glee Club, O rchestra.

Norman |*hultz,

Y . M. C. A.

“A P re-E n g in eer.”

Dean S m ith ,

Y . M. C. A.

“ I r e a lly like to loaf.”

B u sw e ll Spore, .>.

B asketb all, Y . M. C. A. '

P a u l Thom pson,

Y. M. C. A.

“H is conduct righ t, b ut his a rg u m e n t w ro n g .”

S u sie V a n A llen ,

Glee Club, Y . W . C. A.

“Sh e could still a r e u e .”

7

“ O ur q u arterb a ck .”

“M u sic is the voice of a n g e ls.”

“ If fame comes after death, P m in no h u rr y for it.”


York College Academy ■♦+5K++-

HE A c a d e m y stan d s as an im p o rtan t p art of the C ollege group. In spite of the lack of num bers, the A c a d e m y is quite an in te re s tin g and liv e ly departm ent. Senior Academy W e b egan our social functions this y e a r b y a hike to a sh a d y nook w e s t of town. On the eve of October 30, the S en io rs en tertain ed the low er A c a d e m y w ith a H a llo w e ’en m asquerade p a r ty at the home of their president. A “sp o o ky” tim e w a s th o ro u g h ly enjoyed. L a t e r in the y e a r the entire A c a d e m y w a s en tertain ed at the home of Idah P a g e . Som e of our eats d idn ’t a rriv e on schedule, buf b y the famous m id n ig h t ride of the A c a d e m y bunch, th at d ifficu lty w a s solved. W e f e e l'th a t our class has quite sufficien tly and efficien tly upheld the d ig n ity of the S en io r A cad em y. W e s a y this w ith o u t hesitation, for never h as a class w o rn the robe of d ig n ity as has this- one. It is sufficient to s a y th a t our class has been a iglorious success, t r u ly liv in g up to our m o tto : “ Non M u lta sed M u ltu m .” T h e officers for the y e a r w e r e : Pres., W ilh e lm in a F e e m s te r ; V .-P res., Idah P a g e ; Sec.-T reas., H o m er Crosby.

A lth o u g h th is class “p e p p y”. O ur pep is w h a t of our class w e re in school bers. W e hope th a t m a n y

Junior Academy is sm all, o nly i h a v in g six m em bers, it c e r ta in ly is helps p ut life into the school. O n ly tw o m em bers la st year, b ut w e are v e r y proud of our n ew m em ­ more m a y come and join the C lass of 1928.

“ Climb, th o u gh the rocks be ru g g e d ,” is our class motto. Old R o se and P e a r l Gray, are our class colors, w ith the S w e e t P e a as our class flower. M iss R ig g s has been our Sponsor, and the class officers are as f o llo w s : P r e s id e n t .........................................................................A n n a S am uelso n V ice P r e s id e n t............................................................... M ila n L a m b e rt S e c r e ta r y -T r e a s u r e r .................................................... G ertrude S ta tz “T h e r e ’s n o th in g w ro n g w ith the J u n i o r s !” i


R u th Iverson

JMilan i L a m b e rt

B la n c h e W att

F lo y d C u rtis

M iriam B ryan

H o m er C ro sb y

Carolee F ogo

H a rlan W ilh elm in ai Gustafson F e e m s te r

G ertrude S ta tz

W . T. B o ston

F le ta V a n K u ren

R u th A nn a Sam uelso n S am u elso it

B essie R ig g s Class

Prof. A. H„ S earle Sp onsors


R u th Iverson,

Y . W . C. A., Pres, of Class, Glee Club.

“L o v e is like a n onion Y o u ta ste it w ith delight, B u t a fte rw a rd yo u w on d er W h a t e v e r m ade you bite.”

M ilan L am u e rt,

Y . M. C. A., Pal., Glee Club, O rchestra.

“ I kn o w it is a sin, Fo r m e to sit and g rin .”

B lanch e W a t t ,

Y . W . C. A.

“T h e re lies much devil­ t r y behind this m ild e x ­ terio r.”

F lo yd C urtis,

Y. M. C. A., B oosters.

“ I can g iv e an yo n e hints on a n y t h in g .”

M iriam B ry a n ,

Y . W . C. A., Boosters, Glee Club, O rchestra.

“D oggone it, n o h o w !”

H o m er Crosby,

Y . M. C. A., Pal., L ife W o r k R ecruit.

“ E ven tho’ van quish ed , he can a rg u e s till.”

Carolee Fotgo,

Y.

W . C. A., Pal., A rt.

“M y h air is m y p rid e.”

H a rla n Gustafson,

Y. M. C. A., Pal., L ife W o r k R ecru it.

“ I ’m not afraid of women, or a n y th in g .”

W ilh e lm in a Feem ster,

Y . W . C. A., P al., A rt, Pres, of Class.

“ I w ill be h eard .”

Gertrude S ta tz,

Y . W . C. A.

“ So full of speech, and com mon kin d n e ss.”

W . T. Boston,

Y . M. C. A., L ife W o r k R ecru it.

F le ta V a n K uren,

Y. W . C. A., Glee Club, H istrionic.

“H e av en d eliver me from all th in gs w o rld ­ ly ” “ Good as she can be to everyo n e she m eets.”

R u th Sam uelso n ,

Y. W .

“A k in d ly sm ile to a ll.”

A n n a Sam uelso n ,

Y . W . C. A-, Pres, Class.

B essie R ig g s ,

C lass Sponsor.

Prof. A. H. Searle,

C. A.

of “ D rives a w a y trouble, P ro v es a sure b alm .”

C lass Sponsor.

Idah P ag e,

Y . W . C. A., V .-P res. of C lass.

“T o those th a t kn o w th ee not, no w o rd s can p ain t.”

F ran c e s B ates,

'Y . W .

“H e r voice w a s sw e e t and low .”

E a rl E. R ab uck,

Y. M. C. A., P al., Glee Club, H istrionic, L ife W o r k R ecruit.

C. A., P al.

ever

“ ’T is such a serious th in g, to be a fu n n y m a n .”


E lm er M ah lin , Glee Club, Y . M.

“I ’m not as b ash ful as I look.”

E v ely n M uche,

“A g ir l w ith a frien d ly sm ile.”

J . H . M ie ra u ,

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“ B elieves in the ‘B a c k to the F arm M o v e m en t’.”

A d a Shipp,

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‘W a itin g ^ fo r her ship to come in.”

F red e ric k T ra u d t,

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‘Not trout, b u t T r a u d t .”

Doris F itzp atrick , Zet.

“A quiet ch a rm in g lass.”

A rch ie H o w ard , PaL

y

A m y T u rn e r,

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S a lla c e S an dell,

“B le s t w ith a sw e e t disposition.” “I ’v e g o t lots of san d .”

G enevieve P eterso n ,

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A lb ert K lem m , H a z e l H ackel,

“No one w ill p la y w ith m e.”

“A lig h t h eart lives lon g.”

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“B e a u t y is o n ly skin deep.” !

“One th a t rin g s tr u e .”

V ern o n M u lig ,

“ P o te n tia lly com m ercial.”

L eo ta J a r m in ,

“Quiet, meek, and m ild .”

H a r le y C raw ford, O rch estra,

“H e bro ugh t his S a x . alo n g.”

L illia n D elan ey,

“Q u ality, not q u a n t it y .”

F ra n c is D orem us, E sth er K lein,

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A len e B oren,

“S till w a te r run s deep.” “S ilen ce is the safest.”

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“T h e sm ile th at w in s .”

Prof. T ow n sen d, C lass Sponsor. A n n a Strun c, E sth er M c L a u g h lin , C lass Sponsor.

“V e r y b u sin esslik e.”

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^ arafhoiv E lm er M a h lin

E v e ly n M u ch e

J. H. M ie ra u

A da Shipp

F re d e ric k T raud t

Doris F itz p atric k

A rch ie H o w ard

Amy T urner

S a lla c e San dell

G enevieve P eterso n

A lb e rt K lem m

H a zel H a ck el

V ern o n M u lig

L e o ta J a r m in

H a r le y C raw ford

L illian D e lan ey

F ran c is • D orem us

E sther K lein

A len e B oren

Prof. R. E. A n n a T o w n s e n d S tru n c


O ther Business College Students F lo y d A h l

H a r le y L iven g o o d

V icto r A nderson

M rs. H elen M a c h a m e r

R . R . B ro w n

M a rie M y e*s

M rs. M e n a C hapm an

M rs. V io la Nelson

M rs. H . E. D etrick

M a jo r y M. P o w e r

D an D illon

L o ttie R eed

George E m p fiekl

R ac h e l S ta u ffer

A b e Epp

L e ste r S c h w a s s

M rs. Geo. F ran ce

P a u l V oss

M rs. E sth er G ray

M ild red W a t t

M yrna H ow ey

M rs. George W id e n e r

A rnold Irm er

E dw in W in k le r

H e rm a n K arre

S a r a h Zieg


Scene from “ King D odo” H E Glee Club presented “ K in g Dodo” on the sixth of A pril, nine­ teen tw e n ty -six , at the Oopera House, to a full house of ap p recia­ tive spectators. T h e syn o p sis sets forth th a t K in g Dodo issu es a proclam ation se ttin g b ack the clocks th irty years. Dr. Fizz, court p h ysicia n , p rep ares a magical E lix ir of L ife w h e re b y the K in g m a y become y o u n g ag ain . Piolo, soldier of fortune, tells him of a w onderful sp rin g a d rin k from w hich w ill m ake him y o u n g , and ta k es him on a w ild goose chase in search of it. l i e meets the Queen of the Spoopuj people, and is at last g iv e n a d rin k of these m agical w aters. H e a t once becom es a boy of ten, b ut r e a liz in g he does not care to be yo u n g , he, in g re a t despair, ask s for one more drin k of w ater. A s the sp rin g has a double power, he is once more restored to his form er age. Cast of Characters K in g Dodo, a ruler b y divine righ t, o n l y .................................................L y le D eM oss Pedro, a court c h a m b e rla in ...............................................................................Ivan C ald w ell Dr. F izz, a court p h y s ic ia n ..................................................................................D avid B rau n Ju d g e , court h is to r ia n ............................................................................... T heodore Peterson Sancho, an in n k e e p e r .................................................................................... C h arles Casebeer Bonilla, prim e m in ister to Queen L i l i .....................................George Je n k in s L o B assw o o d, a sign of b etter t i m e s .......................... Jo h n K o ller Piolo, a soldier of fo r tu n e .....................................................................M rs. Chas. A m adon A n g e la , the K in g ’s w ard , betrothed to P io lo ............................................. L a u r a H olm A n n etta, d au gh ter of S a n c h o ......................................................................... R e a th a F e a s te r Queen L ili, ruler of S p o o p ju s ......................................................... L a u re n e Edmondson P u r s iv a n t ........................................................................................................................ F r a n k Nelson


“The Wizard of the Nile” M usic, V icto r H erb ert Book, H a r r y B. Sm ith C ast of C h aracters Kibosh, a P ersian m a gician m a k in g a professional tour of E g y p t. L y le D eM oss A b ydo s, his a p p r e n tic e ......................................................................................... M iria m B r y a n P to le m y , K in g of E g y p t ...........................................................................T heodore P eterso n Sim oona, P to le m y ’s second w i f e ........................................................................ L a u r a H olm C leopatra, a P rin cess w ho kn o w s n a u g h t of l o v e ...............................R e a th a F e a s te r 'P t a r m ig a n , C leo p atra’s m usic t e a c h e r ......................................................... Iv a n C ald w ell Cheops, the R o y a l w e a th e r p ro p h e t.................................................................D avid B rau n Odelisk, C ap tain of the A m azons. M erza, an A lex a n d ria n barm aid. C ap tain of the R o y a l Guards. M c lb is . O’P ash t, Policem an. Chop-Chop, Chopum, H eadsm en. R o y a l Guards, Nobles, C itizens, P a g e s , M a id s of Honor, D a n cin g Girls, G alley Slav es. Synopsis of Scenes A ct I — P u b lic square in A lex a n d ria . A ct II — T e rrac e roof of the K in g ’s P alace. A c t III— In terio r of the K in g ’s p riv ate p yra m id . Argum ent “T h e r e ’s lots of th in gs A W iz a r d can do T h ere are tricks of the trad e th a t are n ew .” Kibosh, a P e rs ian necrom ancer, and his a ss is ta n t A byd o s v is it E g y p t d u rin g the w a te r famine. B y the use of the m a g ic power, he sup p o sed ly causes the N ile to overflow, and w in s the offer P to le m y has made, th a t a n y ­ one w h o can co n jure up a flood w ill be re w ard ed w ith the hand of his d a u g h ­ ter, the beautiful Cleopatra. H o w ever, K ibosh has a riv al in C leo p atra’s handsom e m usic teacher, P ta r m ig a n , w ho w in s h er in the end. A n o th er jealo u s rival of the W iz a r d is Cheops, the form er R o y a l W e a t h e r Prophet, w ho has been displaced b y Kibosh, and sentenced to h ave his head cut off. Sim oona, the second w ife of the K in g P to le m y is a ra th er stren uo us person w ho w a n ts to see som ebody beheaded at most a n y sta>ge of the gam e, and she doesn’t care much w ho it is. C o n sequently, w h en the o v erflo w in g of the Nile, w hich Kibosh is supposed to have b ro u gh t on, turn s out to be a veritab le deluge, flooding the entire country, the R o y a l d isp leasure tu rn s upon him and he is sentenced to fifty-seven different v arie tie s of pun ish m en t. H o w ­ ever, b y his re a d y w it and ch aracterisic effrontery, K ibosh succeeds in tu rn ­ in g the tables, co rn e rin g everyb o dy, and b rin g in g about a h a p p y denoum ent. T h e s to ry is p u re ly farcial and the com plications abound in ludicrous s itu a ­ tions.

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Voice Recital D ean Chas. A m ad o n presented M r. L y l e D eM o ss in recital on T tie sd a y evening, M a y eleventh. Mr. D eM oss is w e ll know n in the co m m u n ity for his w illin g n e ss to g iv e of his ta len t w h en ever asked. H is p o p u larity w as shownb y the num b er of his friends th at filled the college to o verflow ing. M r. DeM oss h as a' barito n e voice of un u su al q u a lit y and resonance. H is rendition of the R e c ita tiv e and A ria from H a y d e n ’s C reation deserve special p ra ise for his in terp retive a b ility shown. Dean A m ado n can j u s t l y be proud of this y o u n g artist. Due credit m ust be given to the te ach er w ho can b rin g out all the pow er and b e a u ty of a voice as is possessed b y Mr. D eMoss. H is n ex t ap p earan ce is e a g e r ly a w aite d b y his host of friends. Program' R e c ita tiv e — A nd God Said A ria — Now H e aven in F u lle st Glory Sh o w n Froirt the C r e a t io n ......................................................................................................H a y d e n T h e L iv in g G o d ............................................................................- ........................................O ’H a ra •The T w o G re n a d ie rs ......................................................................................................Sch um an n M r. D eM oss P la n tatio n D i t t y ....................................................................................................................................... U n cle R o m e ............................................................. ................................ • Sid ney H o m er A u ld D a d d y D a r k n e s s . ...................................................................................................................... Don J u a n S e r e n a d e ................................................................................................... T ch aik o w so v M r. D eM oss B o u r e e ........................ ■....................................'...................................................................................B ach L a G o n d o liera............................... L is z t J o n g l e u r .................................... Godard M iss Goodale Bedouin L o ve S o n g ......................................................................................... G. W . C h ad w ick H o m e w a r d .................................................................................................................................F o rsy th e H a p p in e s s ...........................................................................................................R ich ard H a g e rm a n Mr. D eM oss


Piano Recital T h e P iano R e c ita l g iv en b y M iss L a u re n e Edmondson, studen t of M iss E da R a n k in , in the C ollege Chapel, F e b r u a r y 24th, 1927, w as an a r tis tic tr i­ um ph from the d ain ty little G avotte of Gluck to t h j b rillia n t Concerto b y Schoute. T h e la rg e audience and the n u m b er of floral trib utes w e re a testim o n y of the ap preciatio n of the Y o rk people for the y o u n g la d y from Colorado. M iss Edmondson has a c h a r m in g p erso n ality, and the g ra cefu l m an n er in w h ic h she presided at th e in stru m en t kept her audience en th u siastic th ro u gh o u t the evening. Program B eethoven S o n a ta Op. 31, No. 3 ................................................ C oncert E t u d e .................................................................................................................................L is z t L o tu s L a n d .........................................................................................................................C y ril Scott G o lliw o g’s C ake W a l k ......................................................................................................D eb u ssy P o lic h in e lle .................................................................................................................... R ach m anin o ff C o n certo ........................................................................................................................................ Schoute

Piano Recital M iss E da R an k in presented M r. M ilan L a m b e rt in Piano R ecital, F r i ­ d a y evening, F e b r u a r y 4th. M r. L a m b e rt p la yed w ith an u n d erstan d in g of his w o rk and has a fin ely developed technique. W e m a y look fo rw ard to g r e a t th in gs from this y o u n g m an in the future. H is p ro gram f o l lo w s : P relu d e in F u g u e in C Sh arp m a j o r ................................................................................Bach S o n ata in E M i n o r .................................................................................................................... Grieg A lle g ro M oderato A n d an te Molto M enu etto M olto A llegro R o m a n c e ........................................................................................................................................Sib e liu s N octurne in D f l a t .................................... Chopin B e a r D a n c e .................................... B arto k L ie b e s t r a u m e ................................................................................................................................... L isz t Concerto in D m in o r ........................................................................................................ '..M o z a r t R o m an z e A lleg ro


Voice Recital M iss R e a th a F easter, student of M r. Chas. H. A m adon, dean of m usic a t Y o rk C o llege w a s presented in a song recital at the college chapel on M a rch 8, 1927. M iss F e a s te r is the possessor of a h igh soprano voice characterized b y a sw e e t q u a lit y of tone w ith adequate technic in rapid p ass ag e w o rk and trillin g. H e r p ro gram co m p risin g selections from H a y d e n to the modern Scott, d isp layed her clear voice w h ich held the ra p t attention of the la rg e a u ­ dience of friends. M iss M acel O ’B rien, a pro m isin g y o u n g violinist, assisted w ith two gro up s of Adolin solos. Both perform ers w e re accom panied at the piano b y M iss M ae Goodale. Program W it h V e rd u re Clad, From the C re a tio n ................................................................... H a y d e n “Soft S tra in s of M u sic F a l li n g ” .................................................................................. B rah m s “Sleep to M e No R e s t Is B r in g in g ” ...........................................................................B rah m s M iss F easter L e g e n d e ............................................................................................................................................. Bohm F a re w e ll to C u c u llia n ........................................................................................................ K rie sle r M iss O’Brien M orn in ’ on ze B a y o u ......................................................................................................S trick lan d M a L i ’l B a t t e a u ............................................................................................................... S tric k la n d I Send M y H e a rt U p T o T h e e ...........................................................................Branscom be M iss F easter To a W ild R o s e ............................................ ,................................................... G rie g-H artm an n W ie n e w s k ie O ’B e r t a s s .............................................................................. M iss O ’B rien T he J o y of L i v i n g ...................................................................... F o rster T he Y e a r ’s at the S p r i n g ......................................................................................................Beach S p rin g J o y .................................................................................'................. S p rass The W in d Is in the South T o d a y .....................................................................................Sco tt M iss F easter


R U E b e a u ty is c le a rly exp ressed b y art. Stu d e n ts who h ave taken w o rk in the A rt D ep artm en t h ave learned both to ap p reciate and to express b eau ty. T h e ir first im pressions h ave been carefu lly guid ed b y an able instructor. T h is d ep artm en t is one of the p erm an en t and g r o w in g features of Y o rk College. It is equipped to give w o rk in vario us p h ases of art. Pencil and crayon w ork, w aterco lo r w ork, work in oils, and china p ain tin g are the more prom inent courses g iven . T h e N orm al A r t C lass is also an im p o rtan t fea­ ture, and som e w o rk has been given in penm anship. T h e classes have all been o rgan ized to m eet the dem and for such w o rk. Instruction in a r t is also g iv en d u rin g the su m m er sesions. M a n y of the studen ts enroll for w o rk in A rt p u re ly for its c u ltu ra l v a l ­ ue, w h ile others enroll to meet the S ta te requirem en ts for certificates. E x ­ hibits, g iv en to w ard the close of each sem ester’s w ork, are a lw a y s in te re s tin g to the public.


Fine A rts M rs. B lain e A nderson A lice A llen E lla M ae B olton E v ely n B ab co ck E lla B a lla r d Nell B earss M rs. E lsie D a lsted t N aom ia F is h e r Carolee F ogo W ilh e lm in a F e e m ste r M ab le F a u s t m a n C am illus F rav e l Grace H an so n Mrs. D. C. Jo n es E rm a K im b all H aro ld K n ig h t E lta K up er B uelah P hilson M rs. M a r y L o o m er

Isabel L n eers Manus Long E sth er M c L a u g h lin M a u d e M oore E llen M an n M ildred Stenson A n n a S am uelso n N ita Schnoor Gretchen S ta u d t H a z e l Sm ith B essie Sm ith T heodore Thom pson M in n ie T r a u d t E rm a T h o m as E thel T h a m e r G race W a t e r s P e a rle W ild m a n F lo ren ce W a t t A len e W r ig h t

N orm al A rts E lla B a lla rd Jo h n F ran z Ira Colson M anus L ong Grace L a r k in E llen Joh n son A lice A lle n Dencil M oore Genevieve Goble F ran ces K ilp a tric k R u th H uenefeld L eo n a D u n k er B ernice H o lm E lizab eth Poor Doris S m ith E v ely n Y o u n g

Grace T u r n e r M a rg ie A u g s p u rg e r A d a Greene M a d g e M c C lellan d M ild red F en n er L u c ille Ja c k so n E lizab eth S h u rtleff V iv a P atto n V iv ia n Jo h n s D o ro th y Jo h n s E sth er S tr ic k le r H a z e l S m ith D oro thy W is e m a n G rant S te rn er E rm a T h o m as IN STR U C TO R M rs. J. A. G iauque


Y. W . C. A. Cabinet •*+SU54-

P r e s id e n t ....................................................................................................................... Irene B ach m an V ice P r e s id e n t ...........................................................................................................E lb erta P a rk e r S e c r e t a r y ........................................................................................................L a u re n e Edmondson T r e a s u r e r ................................. V iv ia n Jo h n s D evotional C h a ir m a n .................................................................................................H a z e l Sm ith P u b lic ity C h a ir m a n ............................................................................................R u th H uenefeld W o r ld F e llo w s h ip ................................................................................................. E v ely n L orence E ste s P a r k ..................................................................................................................E sth er O lew ine Social S e r v ic e .......................................................................................................T h e lm a M a n n in g S o c i a l ............................................................................................................................Isab elle L u e e r s Council R e p r e s e n ta t iv e .............................................................................................. E thel Spore M u sic C h a ir m a n ..................................................................................................... R e a th a F e a s te r L ib r a r y C h a ir m a n ........................................................................................................A rd ith K ull F a c u lt y A d v i s e r . . ............................................................................................M iss E dith Cone C hurch A d v is e r ............................................................................................ M rs. R. E. C ald w ell Presid en t, 1927-28............................................................................................ . . M a b e l S h elq u ist


Y. W. C. A. W . C. A. is fast beco m in g a w o rld factor in b u ild in g C h ristian C haracter.

T h e Y . W . C. A. of Y o rk College is a liv e o rgan izatio n and the g irls a r e re a liz in g more and more the b e a u ty of th eir purpose, “To un ite in the de­ term in atio n to live u n re se rv e d ly J e s u s ’ la w of love in e v e ry relationship and thus to know God.” T h e g r e a t desire of th e asso ciatio n i s : 1. T o lead studen ts to faith in God th ro ugh J e s u s Christ. 2. T o lead them into m em bership and service in the C hristian Church. 3. T o prom ote th eir g ro w th in C h ristian faith and c h aracter es­ p e c ia lly th ro ugh the s t u d y of the Bible. 4. T o influence them to devote them selves in un ited efforts w ith all C h ristian s, to m a k e the w ill of C h rist effective in h um an so­ c ie ty and to extend the K ingdom of God th ro ugh o ut the w o rld. T h e B ig S is te r m ovem ent w a s w e ll p lan n ed and a fine fellow ship e x ­ isted b etw een the old and n ew g irl on the cam pus. T h e W o r ld F ello w sh ip C om m ittee m ade the entire S tu d e n t-b o d y and F a c u lt y feel th a t life is w o rth w h ile w h en g iv in g to others. T h e W o r ld F e l­ low ship T a g s proved v e r y useful in doing .this. T h e m em bership b an quet w a s w o nd erful— in fact the en tire y e a r has been a g r e a t insp iratio n to all. T h e g irls are re a liz in g the true w o rth of th eir m otto, “I com e th a t th e y m ig h t h ave life and th at th e y m ig h t h ave it m ore a b u n d a n tly .”


Y. M. C. A . Cabinet P r e s id e n t....................................................................................................................... L lo y d Nichols V ice P r e s id e n t ...........................................................................................................H aro ld Jeffers Devotional C h a ir m a n ............................................................................. Theodore Thom pson So cial C h a ir m a n ...........................................................................................................D avid B rau n Ivan C ald w ell Gospel T e am C h a ir m a n ................................................................... M issio n a ry C h a ir m a n .......................................................................................T h orn ton M iller S e c r e t a r y ................................................................................................................R a y m o n d B ry a n t T r e a s u r e r .......................................................................................................................H aro ld K n ig h t D ean Chas. B is se t F a c u lt y A d v is o r ....................................................................................

Y. M. C. A. O R some tim e Y o rk C ollege h as set the fo ur-square p ro gram before the student body in order to help them construct a foundation upon w h ich th e y m a y b uild a w ell-b alan ced life. For the P h y sic al th e y have football, b ask etb all, g y m ., and track, in w h ich the studen t m a y develop his b o dy and his eye, and th eir m a n y branch dep artm en ts. T h e L it e r a r y Societies, the class functions, and the school ac足 tiv itie s la r g e ly cover the social p ro gram offered b y the college. T hen comes the fourth side, e q u a lly as stro n g and im p o rtan t as a n y of the others or per足 haps more so, is th at of the M o ral or R e lig io u s side of the square. T h is is


taken care of, in the college, b y the Y. M. C. A. and the Y. W . C. A. In the Y . M. C. A. the y o u n g men have the o p p o rtun ity to b rin g this fourth side up to its proper place in their lives. C h ristian students h ave the o p p o rtun ity to begin or to further develop th em selves in the C h ristian w ork. T h e y h ave a chance to exercise their religio u s or m o ral conceptions am o n g C h ristian fellow ship. A bout the m iddle of Sep tem b er la st y e a r the Y. M. C. A. held th eir an n ual “M ix e r P a r t y ” . T h is is a s t ric tly social affair in w h ich all the stud ent b ody m a y ta k e part. N e a rly all of the C ollege crow ded under the g lo w in g lig h ts on the cam p us and in d elib ly stam p ed in th eir m em ory, a scene th a t w ill not e a s ily be forgotten. T h e Y. M. C. A. s u r e ly b egan it’s race th ro u gh the school y e a r w ith a fly in g start. E v e ry T u e s d a y m o rn in g at 9 :3 0 o'clock, the Y . M . C. A. held their w e e k ly m e etin g in the college chapel. T h e h ym n s and special n uum bers w ould cheer them, the testim onies, scrip tu res and p ra y e rs inspire them, and the ta lk s w o uld a l w a y s spur them on. T h is, too, w ill burn in the m em ories of the b o ys w h en the other activ ities of school life arq b u t as sm o ld erin g coals or lo n g since died out. From D ecem b er 28, 1926 to J a n u a r y 1, 1927, the Y : M. C. A. sen t tw o delegates, M iss E v ely n L o ren ce and M r. T h eo do re Thom pson to the S tu d e n t Conference at M ilw au k ee , W is . T h e d eleg ate s cam e home w ith m a n y helpful m e ssage s to the studen t body. T h is convention w as one of the most im p o rt­ ant events of the y e a r and w ill c e rta in ly live in the m e m o ry of the d elegate s as an insp iratio n to establish a still h igher aim for not o n ly th em selves but w ith those th e y m a y come in contact. A Y . M. C. A. and Y. W . C. A. in order to m ake their influence effective, m ust inflam e the h earts of their cabinet m em b ers w ith u n q u en ch in g inv igo ration. T h is w a s accom plished b y the join t C ab in et S u n d a y school class w h ich m et v e r y S u n d a y m o rn in g at 9 :00 a. m. and d iscussed topics from “ F a c in g S tu d en t P ro b lem s.” From F e b r u a r y IS to F e b ru a ry 22 the tw o o rgan izatio ns held th eir annual re v iv al m e etin g led b y Rev. George W e b e r of A lbuquerque, N. M., w ho g a v e us som e v e r y helpful and in s p irin g m e ssages. T h e students w ill not e a s ily forget the talks he made each d a y in ehapel, and the good it did them could not be m easured. In the ev en in g it w a s open to the public as w ell, and he n ever w an ted in vain, for a full house of eag e r listeners. N ew officers w ere elected on M a rch 15th. Mr. H o m er W a t k in s w as elected president for the com ing y ear. R a y B ry a n t, vice p r e s id e n t; A rth u r F arn um , s e c r e t a r y ; H arlen Moore, t r e a s u r e r ; T ho rnto n M iller, devotional c h a irm a n ; H aro ld Jeffers, m usical ch airm an , and D ean B isset, fa c u lty ad ­ viser. W e feel that these officers w ill do a g r e a t w o rk d u rin g th eir term of of office and w e are looking forw ard to an even b etter association for the co m in g year.


Life W ork Recruits OD has a p lan for each life. One cannot expect to g e t the most out of life un less he finds th a t place. E v e ry y o u n g person should a sk them selves, “W h y S h o u ld n ’t I T a k e U p C h ristian S e r v ic e ? ” T h e need should a lw a y s be a g r e a t factor in the call. A life w o rk un dertaken w ith a w illin g n e ss tc fail, or even die if ne­ c essary , to serve God, b rin gs the g re a te s t fruitage. Indeed the sp irit of the m iss io n a ry m u st possess the heart. A life of service is a g re a t task, b ut a r e ­ w a rd is ahead. God a lw a y s g ra n ts g ra c e and co u rage equal to the u n d ertak in g. T h e covenant the recruit ta k es in m a k in g his decision is a beautiful o n e: “F e e lin g m y self called b y the H o ly S p irit and tr u s tin g in th e L ord J e s u s C h rist for strength, I prom ise him th a t I w ill from this d a y forth strive to shape the p lans of m y life so th a t I m a y g iv e m y self w h o lly to the service of C h rist and the Church, as m y vocation in life.” T h e fifty L ife W o r k R ecru its and Stu d e n t V olunteers on the cam o us are re al college boosters, and are lo y al to the h ig h e st and best in life. T h e of­ ficers of the group a r e : P r e s id e n t............................................ ...................................................M abel S h elq u ist V ic e P r e s id e n t ...................................................................................A lb ert M urdoch S e c r e t a r y - T r e a s u r e r ..................................................................................A lice P ete rs D evotional C h a ir m a n ........................................................................ H om er C ro sb y C h o is te r................................................................................................. E sther S tr ic k le r P i a n i s t ................................................................................. M a r g a r e t H ill So cial C h a ir m a n .............................................................................. R u th H uen efeld F a c u lt y A d v is o r .....................................................................Dean C harles B isset


T he Histrionic Club m em b ers of the H istrio n ic Club h ave taken g re a t interest in th eir class w o rk this y e a r . T h e s t u d y has been in p la y production, w h ich deals w ith the stag e and the a r t of m ake-up. Som e v e r y re alistic ch aracters h av e been produced b y the class in m ake-up. T h e class h as presented the fo llo w in g p l a y s : “ E ether or E y th e r ”, a farce in one a c t ; “T h e F in g e r of God,” b y P e rc iv al W ilde, a d ram a in one a c t ; “ Old M an M in n ic k ”, b y K auffm an and F erber, a co m ed y-dram a in three a c t s ; “ M iss P a rk in g to n ,” a farce in one a c t ; “W h y the C him es R a n g ”, a C h ristm as sto ry in one a c t ; “ Golden H ope,” a co m ed y-d ram a in tw o a c t s ; “C h u m s,” a farce in one act. In additio n to this several m em b ers of the club h ave assisted in the production of p la y s in m a n y of the su rro u n d in g tow ns. A m o n g these w as, “ B ro ther Jo s ia h ,” a com edy in three acts, presented b y the A lu m n i of the B ra d s h a w h ig h school, coached b y M iss M an n. T h o se enrolled in the course are: N ita Schnoor E v ely n Lorence E lea n o r A llen H a zel H a ck el P a u l Goudy H a zel B earss N aom ia F ish er M ab el S h elq u ist V en a B ro w n L a u r a Holm B essie Sm ith Ivan C aldw ell V iv a P atto n H azel Sm ith E dna Coffey S a r a h Zieg F le ta V a n K uren M a rly n Diehl A lle ta M a rlo w T heodore P eterso n V ir g in ia E d w a rd s F lo yd M an n Clinton S ittle r D onald F ish er E arl R ab u ck E verett Sam uelso n A rd u s K n ig h t F ran cis H a rb e rt M a rth a S am uelso n Fred L o rem an R u th Gjerloff F red Gilbert D onald Oliver


York College Players P resen t

“ M innick” C om edy in three acts by George S. K au fm an and E dna F erb er C ast of C h arac ters L il , C a r e y ...................................................................................... H a zel S m ith N ettie M i n n i c k . . . . . . ............................................................... E lean o r A llen A n n ie .................................................................................................................... V ir g in ia E d w a rd s J im C a r e y ............................................................................................................................P a u l Goudy Old M a n M in n ic k ................................................................................................... Clinton S ittle r A1 D ia m o n d .................................................................................................................... F lo y d M an n M a rg e D ia m o n d ..................................................................... E v ely n L orence L u l a ......................................................................................................................... A^irginia E d w ard s M r. D ie te n h o fe r.......................................................................................................... M a r ly n Diehl M r, P r i c e ....................................................................................................................... D onald O liver M rs. S m a ll r i d g e ................................................................. Edna Coffey M iss C r a c k e n w a ld .......................................................................................................... S a r a h Z ieg M rs. L ip p in c o tt........................................................................................................A lle ta M a rlo w F red M i n n ic k .............................................................................................................Ivan C ald w ell T h e Scene L iv i n g room of F red and N ettie M in n ic k ’s A p artm en t, 5218 South P a rk A venue, Chicago. A ct I — A n ev en in g in S p rin g. Act II — S ix months later, a N o vem ber afternoon. A ct I I I —T h e fo llo w in g morning. (T h is P la y w a s presented b y special arra n g e m e n t w ith S am u el F ren ch of N ew Y o rk .)


Oratory G R E A T deal of interest w a s taken la st y e a r in O rato ry. Seven stu d en ts contested in the an n ual p re lim in a ry contest. L lo yd W e lls w on first place, and represented us at Grand Island, w h ere he placed fourth. T h is y e a r there w e re fourteen co n testan ts in the p re lim in a ry contest. It w a s n ecessary to hold tw o p relim in aries. One of the ju d g e s made the s ta te m e n t: “T h is y e a r w e w itn ess the best O rato rical Contest, to m y mind, th at has been held in Y o rk C ollege in y e a r s .” O ur rep resen tative w as L lo yd W e lls again . H e a b ly represented us at W e s le y a n , b ut w e are in ho )es of p la cin g a little h ig h e r n ext year. T h e Peace O ratorical is a contest w h ich is held s e p a r a t e ly from the S ta te Contest. Y o rk C ollege has p articip ated in -th e contest for tw o y ears. M iss F lorence Je n k in s represented us at Cotner, Aoril '17, 1926. W e are so rry to s a y th at she did not w in, b ut her m e ssage and p ers o n ality m ust h ave con­ tributed w o n d e rfu lly to the contest, w h ich w a s beneficial alik e to co n testan ts and listeners.

Debate H E Y o rk C ollege debaters under the tu te la g e of Prof. M o rg an su c­ cessfu lly completed their schedule of in ter-co llegiate debates. Eleven debates w ere scheduled. T w o of these w ere tr ia n g u la r m eets w ith Grand Islan d and K e arn e y , decisions to be rendered b y the audience. T h is w as our first experience w ith this plan. T h e question for debate as stated : “R esolved, T h a t the M cN ary-_ Iau gen bill should become a F ed eral la w .” M o st of the deb aters w ere new men at Y o rk C ollege. In spite of the fact th at th e y had v e r y little experience w ith the debate m a terial in question, th ey m ade a v e ry creditab le sh o w in g. Most of them w ill be back a g a in next y e a r and should be able to advance much furth er in th eir forensic trium >hs. Professor M o rgan is a v e r y capable coach w h o has been handicapped b y a lack of experienced debaters. H o w ev er he should be able to be more successful for the season of 1928.


Negative Debate Team Ivan Je n k in s

Prof. M o rgan , Coach N estor S h la n ta F ran c is H a rb e rt Sutto n H ice

Affirmative Debate Team E v erett S am u elso n P a u l Goudy Prof. M o rg an , Coach

Sheldon P rice O rvest L e w is


The Booster Club F a c u l t y ...........................................................................................M iss Stau d t, M r. T o w n sen d Y e ll L e a d e r s ......................................................................C harles Pope, H a r v e y C aseb eer S e n io r s .........................................., ..............................................Isabel L u eers, Ivan Je n k in s J u n i o r s ..........................................................................................M ae Goodale, L lo y d Nichols S o p h o m o res................................................................................... A lice P ete rs, M a r ly n Diehl F r e s h m e n ........................................................................................ A rd ith ICull, R o lan d K reps A c a d e m y ......................................................................................M iriam B ry a n , F lo yd C urtis B u sin ess C o lle g e ..........................................................D oris F itzp atrick , E lm er M a h lin

studen t body has long felt the need of an o rg a n izatio n intended so lely to produce much needed “pep” at in terco lle g iate contests. T h e n ew B ooster Club has tried to fill the need. It has prom oted sp irit and en th usiasm th ro ugh o ut the school y e a r . It h as given new life and zeal to the older studen ts, and g iv en a true im p res­ sion of college life to n ew students. T h e rallies, gam es, and b an q u ets sponsored b y the club w ill be re m em ­ bered as “peppy o ccasions”. A lth o u g h the club is an innovation in our school, w e feel th a t it w ill th rive and c a r r y on th e tru e sp irit of Y o r k College.


Zeta Literary Society purpose of the Zeta lite r a r y so ciety is to prom ote social culture, scholarship, and good fellow ship am o n g the students. T h e m e m 足 bers of such an o rga n izatio n learn to ap p ear a t ease in a n y social gath erin g. W h e n th e y leav e College th e y are prepared to take p art in club w ork, or in a n y organization. T h o se w ho have atten ded the Zeta m eetin gs in the p ast w ill all agree th a t the p ro gram s w ere both v e r y ed ucatio n al and en tertain in g . T h e pro足 g ra m s h ave consisted of m usic, papers, short plays, talks, readings, and p a r lia 足 m e n ta r y drill. A s w ith a n y other o rgan izatio n , those w ho w ish to g e t a n y t h in g out of a lite r a r y society, m ust w o rk hard and p ut th eir best efforts into it. H o w ever, one h as o n ly to m ention th e picnics, recaptions, an n ual b anquets, and other v aried activities, and th e Zetas are rem inded th a t the good tim es th e y have had m ore th an re p ay them for their efforts. T h e Zeta L it e r a r y S o c ie ty has a w o r th y purpose, and deserves a place in the life of e v e ry Y o rk C ollege student. Come and be a Zeta w ith u s !


Pal Literary Society N the month of Septem ber, 1891, tw o lite ra ry societies w e re or­ gan ized in Y o rk College. T h e se societies w ere the A m p h ictyo n , or the b o y s’ society, and the P h ilo m ath yo n , or tile g i r ls ’ so ciety. T h ese tw o societies made up the joint, or P al Society. Sin ce th at e a r ly date, the so ciety has un dergo ne few ch an ges in methods. A t the p resen t tim e the sep arate societies are not functioning except as a jo in t society. T h is y e a r th e “ P a ls ” have had v e r y in stru ctiv e and in terestin g pro­ g ra m s. E v eryo n e who is a m em ber is som etim e expected to have some p a rt in a t least one p ro gram . T h ere are studen ts w ho object to p articip ation in pro­ g r a m s ; but it goes w ith o u t s a y in g th a t th ere is no better tr a in in g for public service to be had b y the student. T h e P a l S o c ie ty not o n ly giv es w onderful tr a in in g to its mem bers, but prides itself in the m ost loyal friendships th a t ex­ ists in Y o rk C ollege in a filial w a y . W e kn o w a P a l b y his or her sm ile. Our motto is, “ Once a P al, a lw a y s a P a l.” W e a lw a y s stan d re a d y to w elco m e n ew stu d en ts to Y o rk C o llege and to be a “P a l.” T h e B e st b y T est.


Sandburr Staff E tta A . M a so n ........................................................................................................ E d ito r-in -C h ief D o ro th y J o h n s ................................................................................................... A sso ciate E dito r T h ero n G arcl....................................................................................................... B u sin ess M a n ag e r Ira C o lso n .......................................................................................................... A ssista n t M a n a g e r A lb e rt M u rd o ch .............................................................................................. A ssista n t M a n ag er D avid B r a u n .............................................................................................................F e a tu re E d ito r M a rly n D ie h l.......................................................................................................... A th le tic E dito r M in ta T h o rp .......................................................................................................... F a c u lty A d v ise r

S an d b u rr, the fo rtn ig h tly n ew s-sh eet of Y o rk C o llege, w a s first issu ed in 1900 as a m o n th ly m ap azine. Sin ce th a t tim e m a n y stu ­ d en ts h ave h ad a p a rt in p u b lish in g it.

T h e S ta ff of 1926-27 h ave trie d to m ake T h e S an d b u rr a tru e m irro r of Y o rk C o llege life. It h as been th e purpose of th e E dito r to uphold the h igh id e als of the C o llege and to put out a p ap er w h ich w o uld in tre st a ll. T h e rush for G ard on “S an d b u rr T u e sd a y s,� in d icates to som e d egree the su ccess of the S taff. T h e school is ju s tly proud of its p u b licatio n . T h e S ta ff h as en jo yed the w o rk, and feels honored to h av e been chosen for the position. T h e re is a satisfactio n in fe e lin g th a t w e h av e done our b est, alth o u gh w e re g re t th a t w e could not h av e done b etter.


D avid B r a u n ....................................................................................... ..................E d ito r-in -C h ief L y le D e M o ss.......................................................................................................... A sso ciate E d ito r E lain e W in f ie ld .....................................................................................................A sso ciate E d ito r T h ero n G ard ................. B u sin ess M a n ag e r M a rg u e rite W ils o n ......................................................................................... A ssista n t M a n a g e r F ran c es H a r b e r t...........................................................................................................Photo E ditor R e a th a F e a s te r................................................................................................... Sn ap Sho t E dito r M ae G oodale, H a ro ld A sh m o re ........................................................................Jo k e E d ito rs L lo y d N ich o ls....................................................................................................................... A th le tic s T h eo d o re T h o m p so n ................................. A rt E d ito r M in ta T horp, W . C. N o ll............................. F a c u lty A d v isers


The Y-Club U R IN G th e sch o o l-year of 1924-25 the le tte r-m en ’s chib of Y o rk C ollege w a s reo rgan ized , and has been h o ld in g re g u la r m eetin gs, once each m onth ever since. I t is an o rg an izatio n w h ich in c lu d es o n ly th e m en of the school w ho h ave earn ed th eir co llege le tte r in som e b ran ch of co llege ath le tic s. S in ce its reo rg an izatio n , it h as been q u ite activ e in fu rth e rin g the a th le tic in te re sts of Y o rk C o llege. D u rin g the sp rin g of each y e a r, an in v ita tio n b ask e tb all to u rn am en t has been held for the h igh school team s of the su rro u n d in g te rrito ry . T h e h igh schools h av e a lw a y s responded w ell, an d the to u rn am en ts a re b eco m in g m ore su ccessfu l each y e a r. T h is y e a r th ere w ere tw e n ty -tw o te am s in atten d an ce. T h ese w ere 'd iv id ed into th ree classe s, and som e v e r y in te re stin g g am e s w ere th e re su lt. T h e m em b ers of the Y -club had com plete ch arge of th e p ro ceedin gs, each one c a r ry in g o ut h is p a rt in fin e shape. T h is g iv e s them som e v e ry good exp er­ ien ce in re feree in g gam es, tim e-k eep in g, etc. V ario u s m em bers of tile Club h av e also done co n sid erab le w o rk as referees of h ig h school g am e s b etw een h igh schools in th e v ic in ity of Y o rk . E ach y e a r th e new m em b ers of th e Club are in itia te d w ith ap p ro p riate cerem onies. A tten d an ce at th e Y -clu b m eetin g s is co m p u lso ry. A s a re su lt th e Club h as, on an av erag e, a b etter atten d an ce th an a n y other o rgan izatio n on the cam p us. F o llo w in g is the lis t of m em bers w ho h ave been in school th is y e a r : G rant S te rn er H aro ld Je ffe rs W ayne L aw s E m an uel H in ze Ira Colson T h o rn to n M ille r T h ero n G ard S u tto n H ice T h eo do re P eterso n H aro ld A sh m ore F red G ilb ert L o u is H e lz e r F red L o rem an M a rly n D iehl B o yd K in g B a rt B lan c

R o b ert B y rn e s D onald F e a ste r F lo yd M ann Jo h n F ran z R o y ald M o rgan A lb e rt M urdoch H erm an R e g ie r C lyd e B olton Iv an M a u rer A rno ld M a u rer Ja m e s R o b erts L lo y d N ichols R eed G illilan d F lo yd P ete rs Coach H u bk a D ean B isset, Ho,n. M em b er


Football H E F o o tb all seaso n of 1926 proved to be a su ccessfu l one, w h en co ndition s at th e o p en in g of the seaso n are tak en into account.

W ith e ig h t conference gam es on th e ir to tw o ties, tw o w in s, and four lo sses. T h e in clu d ed four of th e stro n g est team s in th e D oane, an d P eru . It w as th ese four g am es sm all scores as com pared to th e scores of the;

schedule, th e P an th ers b attle d sch ed ule w a s a h e a v y one, an d conference, C hadron, M id lan d , th a t the P an th e rs lost, b u t b y sam e team s a y e a r ago.

Coach L ad H u b k a w as confronted w ith a stiff prop osition w h en he took over th e co ach in g rein s in th e fall. Y o rk ’s seaso n la s t y e a r w a s a b ad one, and the le a s t said ab o ut it th e b etter. C oach H u b k a’s first ta sk w a s to ferret o ut th e can d id ates w ho had had p rev io u s exp erien ce. C ap tain P e te rs from th e la s t y e a r ’s team w a s to lead the P an th e rs for the y e a r . H e and a few o ther letter-m en reported, alo n g w ith a n um ber of form er h ig h school p la y e rs, and som e “g re e n ” m en. A s th e seaso n p ro gressed , th e team developed. T h e y p la yed sco reless tie s w ith C en tral C o llege and G rand Islan d C o llege in th e ir first en co un ters. B o th g am es w e re p la yed a w a y from hom e as w a s the M id lan d g am e w h ich M id lan d w on, 24 to 0. T h en cam e the first hom e gam e w ith th e b ig D oane g rid ste rs. D oane ta llie d 28 points a g a in s t Y o rk , w h ile th e P an th ers failed to ta lly . T h en a lo n g cam e th e K e a rn e y N orm als, an d a fter a hectic co n test, Y o rk w on 17 to 16. I t w as th e first P an th er w in sin ce 1924. P eru handed Y o rk a 40 to 0 ..d efeat a t P eru , b u t th is d efeat w a s not un exp ected , o w in g to the su p rem ac y of the P e d ag o g ian s. C hadron, w in n ers in the conference, p layed th e ir o n ly gam e of th e season on fo reign sod a t Y o rk , d efe atin g us 26 to 0. Y o rk d isp lay ed a w o n d erfu l defense and h eld C hadron sco reless th e first h alf. T o w in d up th e seaso n Y o rk jo u rn e y e d to O m aha, w h ere th e O m aha U n iv e rsity w a s sh u t out, 12 to 0. B u t th is is a ll h isto ry now . C oach H u b k a h as tu rn ed out a fig h tin g team , w h ich th o u gh lig h t and so m ew h at in exp erien ced , h as g iv en Y o rk C ol­ le g e fans reaso n to b eliev e th a t th e season of 1927 w ill find Y o rk m uch fu rth ­ e r up in th e conference stan d in g .


Coach Lad. Hubka C oach H u b k a is fillin g a lo n g-felt need at Y o rk C ollege. H e has re足 new ed the en th u siasm and co nfidence of our stu d en ts, and the people of Y o rk in g e n e ral, in Y o rk C o llege ath le tic s. H e is a fo rm er Y o rk C o llege a th le te w ho h as m ade good a t th e U n iv e r s ity both as an ath lete and as coach of th e fresh m an squad . T h e sq u ad p ic tu re below sho w s so m eth in g of the s p irit he has in stille d in the boys.


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F L O Y D P E T E R S , C ap tain W e ig h t 155 lbs. H alfb ack P ete cap tain ed the team th is y e a r and did a good job. H e w as a lw a y s on the job, a h ard w o rk er and one of the fa stest h alfs in th e state. P ete h as tw o m ore y e a rs of football and w e expect g re a t th in g s from him n ext year. R E E D G IL L A N D , C ap tain elect W e ig h t 175 lbs. C enter R eed p la yed h is first y e a r of co llege football b u t looked lik e an old v eteran . H e is as good a cen ter as th ere is in th e sta te and a re al fig h ter. H e is n ever beaten . R eed w ill be a fine cap­ tain and w ith his fig h t he w ill lead th e team to the top of the lad d er next y e a r. L L O Y D N IC H O L S W e ig h t 170 lbs. G uard “ N ic” w as one of the le tte r m en back th is y e a r and p layed h is u su al stro n g . gam e. A lth o u gh he did not star, he w as one of the dependable m en on the sq u ad . H e w ill be b ack n ext y e a r and should be a re al factor.


JAMESKOBKKTS W e ig h t 145 lbs. End Jim did not g e t started at the first of th e y e a r b lit re a lly go t his s ta rt at M id la n d . From then on he w a s a l­ w a y s in the fra y . H e w as lig h t in w e ig h t b u t a v e ry h ead y p la y e r. H e w as the w ise c rack er of the team . ARNOLD MAUER W e ig h t 150 lbs.

End H e m a y h ave been sm all but he w as m ig h ty . H e w as a lw a y s on the job and could go th ro u gh the interferen ce an d n ev er let them aroun d him . H e is also a first y e a r m an w ho should be h eard from late r. IV A N M A U E R W e ig h t 168 lbs. F u llb ack " C y � is a fresh m an th is y e a r and w as a certain gro un d g a in e r in the back field . H e w as a co n sisten t w o rk e r and a h ard lin e p lu n ger. H e w ill h ave th ree m ore y e a r s to p lay.


C L Y D E BOLTON W e ig h t 168 lbs. H alfb ack C lyd e w as one of the b est gro un d g a in ­ ers w e had th is y e a r. H e w as a “trip ­ le -th re a t” m an as he w as a clev er ru n ­ n er, a b eau tifu l p u n ter and an accu ­ ra te p asser. T h is is his first y e a r in school. H ERM AN R EG IE R W e ig h t 180 lbs. G uard F o o tb all is a new g am e to R e g ie r but he s u r e ly ta k es to it and le arn s ra p id ly. H e is a fa st ch arg er and w ith his w e ig h t m akes it to u gh on th e oppos­ in g lin e. "H e is g o in g to m ake a v a l­ uab le m an the n ext th ree y e a rs. A L B E R T MURDOCH M anager M urdoch filled th is lo w ly p ositio n to a p erfectio n . H e w a s a lw a y s on hand w ith th e w a te r b o ttle, th e tap e or w h a t­ ever w a s needed. H e kep t th e eq u ip ­ m en t in good condition and w a s a re a l a s s e t to th e squad.


R O Y A L D MORGAN W e ig h t 176 lbs. T a c k le ‘P u n k � w a s a lw a y s ta lk in g and w as a lw a y s in e v e ry p la y. H e had lots of fo o tb all exp erien ce in h ig h school and used it to good ad v an tag e. Fie w as a th re a t to a ll the team s and w as know n to the team as one of th e invin cib les. JOHN FAN Z W e ig h t 155 lbs. H a lfb a ck W h ile fo o tb all w a s stra n g e to Jo h n y , he fell rig h t into it a t first. H e is sm all b u t a fa st sta rte r and a good sid e-step per. N ext y e a r he sho uld be a v e ry v a lu a b le m an to th e team . F L O Y D MANN W e ig h t 190 lbs. T a c k le T h e b ig M ann w as found v e ry useful a t ta c k le positio n. H e is p o w erfu l on offence and is a sto n ew a ll on defence. H e w ill cau se lo ts of b ru ises for backfield m en on o p p osin g team s n ex t y e a r. H e h as tw o m ore y e a r s to p lay.


DO NALD F E A S T E R W e ig h t 150 lbs. H alfb ack Don w as a fa st and sh ifty h alfb ack and a g re a t open field run n er. H e is one of th e m en w ho loved football. H e is a sen io r and he w ill be a g re a t loss to th e team . B A R T U S BLA N C W e ig h t 158 lbs. G uard B a rt is a g re a t fig h ter and a good g u ard . H e u ses his p o w erful le g s to a good ad v an tag e. W e h ate to lose him th is y e a r b u t it m akes h is fourth in ath letics. R O B ER T B Y R N E S W e ig h t 186 lbs. G uard Bob w as a m an w ho loved fo o tb all and could p la y a re al gam e. W h ile som e­ tim es h ard to g e t sta rte d he w a s a real th re a t w h en aro used . A s he is b u t a F resh m an he h as th ree m ore y e a rs in w h ich to “do th in g s.”


T h e Basketball Team L o uis H elzer, C ap tain and C enter F red G ilb e rt....................................G uard H aro ld A shm ore-..................... F o rw ard L lo y d N ich o ls................................. G uard B o yd K in g ....................................F o rw ard

F lo yd P e te r s ...............................F o rw ard V ern o n M o is t................................. C en ter Ivan M a u e r ...................................... G uard

U T IL IT Y MEN Jo h n F r a n z ................................. F o rw ard N eal R o b iso n ................................. G uard R o y S c h a ll........................................ G uard M yn a rd G rosshans A rn o ld M a u e r............................ F o rw ard

M a rly n D ie h l............................ F o rw ard D onald O liv e r................................. G uard F red L o re m a n .........................F o rw a rd Coach, H u b k a


Basketball H E Y ork C ollege B a sk e tb a ll squad an d Coach starte d the seaso n w ith the d eterm in atio n to estab lish a record. T h e y led the con­ feren ce for a tim e, then settled dow n to a ste a d y form of p la y in g , w h ich g av e them a v e ry c re d itab le sh o w in g. T h e y w ere th e sen­ satio n of the conference, and fin ish ed the season w ith a “b an g .” W ith sev en teen conference g am e s on the sch ed ule the P a n th e rs succeeded in fin ish in g fo urth in the conference. T h e y starte d the season w ith w in s a g a in s t G rand Islan d , C otner, and O m aha U n iv e rsity . T h is w as then follow ed b y defeats a t K earn ey and at H a stin g s. T h e H a stin g s gam e w as p u re ly a fluke. One of the sta te pap ers said th a t th e o n ly good b ask e tb all th a t H a stin g s p layed d u rin g the season w as w hen th ey p la yed Y ork. T h e ir u n w illin g n e ss to p la y a re tu rn g am e show ed th a t th e y feared a defeat. T h e n ext w in w a s a g a in s t K earn ey, a t Y ork. T h a t w as w h en the lo cal fans r e a lly b egan to g et in terested in th e P an th er s ty le of p la y. F rom th a t tim e on, the g y m n asiu m w as cram m ed w ith sp ec­ ta to rs a t e v e ry gam e. A t tim es th e crow d becam e so g re a t as to in terfere w ith th e g am e, b y cro w d in g o u t onto th e floor. T h e m o st th r illin g gam e of the season, on the hom e floor, w as w hen D oane in v ad ed our cam p. T h e y w ere doped to w in , and alth o u gh th e y tried th e ir v e r y best, the P an th ers carried them off to the tu n e of 32 to 27. It w as a g re a t g a m e , th ro ugh o ut, and the b ig lo n g b oy from C rete could not seem to g a in a n y th in g b y his p ecu liar b ran d of p la y in g . T h is v ic to ry w a s fol­ low ed b y an o th er w in from C otner. H a stin g s refused to p la y a retu rn gam e, an d th is w a s follow ed in q u ick succession b y v icto ries over G rand Islan d , W a y n e , M id lan d , and O m aha U n iv e rsity . A t th is tim e in the season m an y fans b egan to expect, and to predict, th a t Y o rk w o u ld “up set the dope.” H o w ev er the P an th ers ran up a g a in st som e h ard ltick w hen th e y in v ad ed the stro n gh o ld s of D oane and P eru . T h is once m ore estab lish ed the conference e q u ilib riu m . T hen P eru delivered an ­ o th er d efeat w h en th e y p layed the retu rn gam e. T h e team then jo u rn eyed to M id lan d C o llege w h ere th ey m ade a b rillia n t fin ish to a seaso n a lre a d y su c­ cessfu l. T h is g a v e them fourth place in the conference, w h ich is a v e ry com ­ m en d ab le im p ro vem en t over p rev io us y e a rs. W ith p ra c tic a lly a ll the squad b ack a g a in n ext y e a r, un der the cap ab le lead ersh ip of C ap tain L o u is H elzer, w ho w as re-elected , the P an th ers should m ake a m uch b e tte r sh o w in g n ex t season. Coach H u bk a is co n stan tly on the o utlook for p ro m isin g m a terial, and no doubt w ill be ab le to re cru it som e ef­ fectiv e p la y e rs from n ext y e a r ’s F resh m en , w ith w h ich to b ack up the ex ­ p erien ced p la y e rs. To sa y th e least, Y o rk ’s outlook is e x ce ed in g ly b rig h t for 1928.

Schedule Ja n .

7— G rand Islan d 20, Y o rk 24.

Feb.

5— G rand Islan d 20, Y o rk 25.


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14— C otner 21, Y o rk 24. 15— O m aha 24, Y o rk 34. 21— K earn ey 24, Y o rk 22. 22— H a stin g s 41, Y o rk 17. 27— K e arn e y 22, Y o rk 30. 28— D oane 27,Y o rk 32. 1— C otner 25, Y o rk 32.

Feb. 10— W a y n e 29, Y o rk 44. Feb. 12— M id lan d 16, Y o rk 43. Feb. 14— O m aha 32, Y o rk 36. F’ eb. 18— D oane 48, Y o rk 27. Feb. 19— P eru 38, Y o rk 26. Feb. 25— P eru 29, Y o rk 28. F eb . 26— M id lan d 15, Y o rk 27.

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L o u is H elzer, C ap tain . “S lic k e r” p la y e d a sm ooth, h ead y gam e. F ie w as an in sp irin g lead er, and w as g iv en C en ter position on th e “A ll-s ta te ” second team . L lo y d N ichols, G uard. “N ick ” p layed h is u su al dep en dab le g am e a t g u ard . C ritic s rated him as th e b est g u a rd in th e state, and h e w a s p laced on the “A ll-s ta te ” first team . H aro ld A shm ore, F o rw ard . “A sh es” p la yed a fast, ac c u rate b rand of b all, an d received honorable m ention on the “A ll-s ta te ” selection . F red G ilbert, G uard. F re d ’s size w as a g re a t asse t to th e team , and he m ade a good co m bination w ith N ichols. Iv a n M a u rer, G uard. “C y ” p la yed a fig h tin g gam e at g u a rd , and m ade use of e v e ry o p p o rtu n ity to sin k a b ask et. B o yd K in g, F o rw ard . “K in g ” p la yed lik e a v eteran , and did som e v ery o u tstan d in g w o rk in h is position. F lo yd P ete rs, F o rw ard . “ P e te ” did not g e t into m an y g am es, b u t p la y e d h is u su a l fla sh y s ty le of g am e a t e v e ry o p po rtunity. V ern o n M o ist, C enter an d F o rw ard . “V e rn ” cam e in la te , b u t p layed a b eau ­ tifu l g am e a t eith er p osition. H e h as a n atu ral a b ility for th e gam e and is a v e r y v alu ab le ad d itio n to th e squad. Jo h n F ran z , N eil R obson, R o y S h a ll, M a yn ard G rosshans, A rno ld M a u rer, M a rly n D iehl, D onald O liver, and F red L o rem an , also d eserve m uch cre d it for th e w a y in w h ich th e y upheld th e team , an d sta y e d out for p ractice. “B u s” Sp o re is an o th er la te com er w ho should also be cred ­ ite d for h is lo y a lty to the team . T h e second team p la yed sev eral g am es an d proved th em selv es on th e ale rt, re a d y to receiv e a place on the first team should th e occasion arise .


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Women’s Athletic Association •♦+ai»+' H E W o m en ’s A th letic A sso ciatio n w a s o rgan ized here in th e fall of 1924. Since then it has been m a k in g a place for itse lf on the cam pus b y h elp in g to boost a ll ath letics. T h e g irls can a lw a y s be found on the sid elin es ch eerin g the b o ys to a touchdow n, or lean ­ in g over th e b alco n y ra ilin g y e llin g th em selv es h o arse to help the team m ak e an o th er b ask et. T h e g irls are v e ry e n th u siastic ab o ut Soccer, B a sk e tb all, B aseb a ll, and T en n is. T h e y w in th e ir honors on a po in t system . T h irty-fiv e po ints are g iv e n for p artic ip atio n in an y sport. O ne h un dred points are g iv en for m ak ­ in g the first team . O th er honors v a r y b etw een the tw o. O ne hundred points are n e c e ssa ry for m em bership in the asso ciatio n . C lass n u m erals are g iv en for five hundred p o in ts earned. A sw e a te r is aw ard e d w hen one th o usan d points are earned. F ifteen hundred points w in s a v a r s ity b lan ket. H ik in g is a sp o rt en jo yed b y all, e sp e c ia lly w h en the h ik e b eg in s abo ut fiv e -th irty on a cool autum n or sp rin g m o rn in g, and ends w ith w affles, or bacon and eg g s. Of course the g ir ls have to h u rry to g e t to th e ir se v e n -th irty c lasse s on tim e, b u t th e w h o le d a y is b e tte r a fter a hike. A h ik e m u st co n sist of a t le a st four con tin uo us m iles. arm b an d is aw ard ed for one hundred m iles. T h e g ir ls h ave g r e a tly en jo yed a ll the a th le tic ac tiv itie s. -C

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