Kendall College (now TU)
Tulsa, OK 1913
Transcribed by Priscilla Arnold 2003
This is a transcription of the Kendallabrum, school annual for the Henry Kendall College, now the University of Tulsa, for the year 1913. It is the earliest year available in the possession of the Central Library in downtown Tulsa, although earlier years may be available through the University of Tulsa's library or through other private or public collections. In using this resource, please keep in mind that time and space limits what we can make available. Unfortunately, at this time, photos can only be indicated. In addition in the event of there being items that might be of interest, and I plan on going back and transcribing them, but for the sake of time and in order to get available resources online as quickly as possible, I have left them out for now, these are indicated with double asterisks [**]. p1 The Kendallabrum Henry Kendall 1913 Tulsa p2 Foreward** p3 Dedication** p4 (photo) (of the president?) p5 (photo) "The President's Wife" p6 Kendallabrum Staff (photo) Paul Koontz Editor Book IV (photo) Pauline Layman Editor Book I (photo) Bethel Cone Editor Book V (photo) L.H. Knight Manager (photo) Pearl Coyle Editor Book III (photo) Marie S. St. Clair Editor Book II (photo) Carl C. Gray Artist p7 Henry Kendall College** p8 The Trustees of Henry Kendall** D. I. Johnston Attorney, Oklahoma City. President E. R. Kemp Oil Producer, Tulsa Vice-President B. F. Pettus Real Estate and Loans, Tulsa Secretary F. B. Jordan Insurance, Loans, Investments, Tulsa Treasurer To the Executive Committee of the Trustees is committed the responsibility of the detail work of the Board. This committee is composed of: Rev. Ralph J. Lamb, Tulsa Chairman And associate members are: Rev. C. W. Kerr, Pastor First Presbyterian Church Tulsa J. M. Hall, Capitalist Tulsa C. B. Lynch, Oil Producer Tulsa Frank Barnes, Oil Producer Tulsa J. R. Cole, Coal Operator Tulsa p9 The trustees of Henry Kendall We are sorry that we cannot picture all the members of the board at large, but are only too glad to give a list of them to the public that they may see who's who in the running of Henry Kendall College. W. M. Baker, Government Indian Service Muskogee G. S. Sutton, Minister Tahlequah O. H. Leonard, Banker Tulsa O. J. Fleming, Banker Enid W. L. North, Ranchman Tulsa S. V. Fait, Minister Anadarko G. D. Willingham, Minister Bartlesville C. E. Alexander, Minister Bartlesville J. K. Thompson, D. D. Minister Muskogee Hon. Lee Cruce, Governor Oklahoma Ardmore Willard Johnston, Banker Shawnee C. H. Nicholson, Merchant Tulsa J. O. Mitchell, Capitalist Tulsa C. C. Weith, Minister Ardmore Robert Liddell, D. D. Minister McAlester George C. Priestley, Capitalist Bartlesville O. H. Young, Merchant Elk City p10 (photo) D. I. Johnston President (photo) E. R. Kemp Vice-President (photo) B. F. Pettus Secretary (photo) F. B. Jordan Treasurer p11 Executive Committee of Board Trustees (photo) Frank Barnes (photo) C.B. Lynch (photo) Rev. Ralph J. Lamb Chariman (photo) C.W. Kerr (photo) J.M. Hall (photo) J.R. Cole p12 photo of the Administrative Building p13 "Faculty" p14 (photo) Rev. Seth R. Gordon, D. D., LL. D. President Emeritus (photo) Rev. Thos. F. Barrier, A. M. Greek, History and Philosophy p15 (photo) W. Howard Hake, A. M. Latin, German and French (photo) P. Schuyler Morgan, A. M. Mathematics p16 (photo) J. William Blair, A. M. English (photo) W. Ellis Welsh, A. B. Biology p17 (photo) De Witt S. Morgan, A. B. Physics, Secretary to the President (photo) John Knowles Weaver Piano, Pipe Organ and Theory p18 (photo) Miss Caroline Porter Voice (photo) Miss Margaret Wyndham Expression, Oratory and Physical Culture p19 (photo) Mrs. W. Howard Hake, Ph. B. Assistant in French and Piano (photo) Miss Blanche Fleetwood Art p20 (photo) Phillip D. Dixon, A. B. Financial Secretary (photo) Harvey L. Allen Assistant in History, Coach p21 (photo) Miss Hettie W. Craighead, A. B. Domestic Science, Dean of Women (photo) Mrs. Ora L. Frost Matron of Robertson Hall p22 (photo) Robertson Hall (Men's Dormitory) p23 "Senior" p24 (photo) Harvey L. Allen President Class 1913 Has applied for enough jobs to supply a new one every day the rest of his life. Member Sequoyah Literary Society, Coach p25 "Junior" p26 (photo) Lewis Hubert Knight President Class 1914 Leads such a straight life that he will never meet himself coming back." President Kendall Oratorical Association; Business Manager of "Collegian;" Secretary Oklahoma State Prohibition Association; Manager "Kendallabrum"; Student Proctor of Robertson Hall. p27 "Sophomore" p28 (photo) Norine Dye President Class 1915 Member Sequoyah Literary Society Everyone knows "Bob" but not everyone knows how much she cares for the boys-one in particular. p29 "Freshmen" p30 (photo) William Arthur Pevehouse President Class 1916 Very proud of his home town; wonder whether his town reciprocates. Secretary Kendall Oratorical Association; Treasurer Sequoyahs; Pitcher Baseball squad; Track man; Lightest left guard of any college football team in Oklahoma. p31 "Academy" p32 (photo) Lelia Morgan Class 1913 (photo) Gaylord Simons Class 1914 (photo) Jeff Billington Class 1915 (photo) Frederick W. Hawley, Jr. Class 1916 p33 Book II Departments p34 (photo) Buildings of Henry Kendall College p35 "Music" p36 School of Music** p37 Instrumental John Knowles Weaver** p38 (photo) Music Room (piano) Recital Program Pupils of voice and expression departments Given in the Chapel, May 27th, 1913** p39 (photo) Grace Hatch (photo) Mrs. Maude Smith Weaver (photo) Ina Brooks (photo) Mrs. Hattie W. Johnson (photo) Beulah Baxter Senior Year Piano Recital (Parts of the program given April 29th and May 13th.)** p40 (photo) Piano Graduates-1911 - 1912 Program** p41 "Vocal" Miss Caroline Porter Instructor of Voice** p42 (photo) Mrs. Ora L. Frost (photo) Lois Belle Sisson School of Music Graduating Voice Recital** p43 (2 photos) Voice Class p44 (photo) Chapel (photo) Music Room (voice) p45 "Dramatics" p46 Margaret Wyndham, B.O. Professor of Expression and Oratory.** The Kendall Oratorial Association** p47 (photo) Miss Pauline Layman Kendall's Brillant Orator Kendall Wins State Contest** p48 (3 photos) Kendall students showing state orators the oil fields near Tulsa. Fifteen college men celebrating Kendall's Victory in "Staff's" big auto. p49 "Sylvia" A Pastoral Operetts, by Rhys. Herbert** p50 Dramatic Club** President Henry Waters Vice-President A. M. Rutis Secretary and Treasurer Pauline Layman p51 (3 photos) Kendall Gym Girls p52 (photo) Girls' Gym Class (photo) Girls' Basket Ball Team 1913 p53 "Art" p54 Miss Blanche Fleetwood Instructor of Art** p55 Art Class**photos & names p56 Sketch from life by Mr. Carl C. Gray p57 "Domestic Science" p58 (photo) Part of Domestic Science Class Scene in Domestic Science Department** p59 (photos)College Faces Known By All p60 (photo) One end of reception parlor in Broadview Lodge (photo) Stairway landing in Broadview Lodge p61 Book III Student Organizations p62 Student Organizations*** p63 RELIGION p64 YMCA*** p65 (photo) p66 YWCA*** p67 (photo) Officers 1912-1913 President Lella Robertson Vice-President Margaret Stroh Secretary Lena Ward Treasurer Virginia Strong CHAIRMAN OF COMMITTEES Prayer-Meeting Leila Morgan Membership Marie E. St. Clair Social Grace Wilson Missionary Grace Hatch p68 College Hill Presbyterian Church (photo)REV. GRANT STROH, Pastor.*** p69 Literary p70 Sequoyah Society MOTTO: "WITH MALICE TOWARD NONE AND CHARITY FOR ALL" COLORS: BLACK AND GOLD FLOWER: AMERICAN BEAUTY ROSE ---------- OFFICERS OF THE SEQUOYAHS. Harvey L. Allen President Marie E. St. Clair Vice-President Paul Koontz Secretary Paul Handley Assistant Secretary Lella Robertson Treasurer ROSTER OF MEMBERS Harvey L. Allen Walter Koons Bethel Cone Paul Koontz Pearl Coyle Pauline Layman Sarah Cummings Wayne Maloney Paul Handley DeWitt S. Morgan Norine Dye William Nelson Grace Hatch W.A. Pevehouse Cassie Holloway Lella Robertson Venetta Jones Marie E. St. Clair Lewis Knight Margaret Stroh p71 [photo] p72 The Kappa Gamma Chi Literary Society (Founded in 1894) ---------- MOTTO: "KAIRON GNOSTHE CHAION." COLORS: YELLOW AND GREEN. FLOWER: YELLOW CARNATION ---------- OFFICERS OF THE SOCIETY. Fall Term Winter Term Spring Term President-A.M. Rutis Ralph Handley Cornelia Millis Vice-Pres.-Ruth Handley Lena Ward Geneive Pettit Secretary-L'Cena Mills Virginia Strong Lulu Belle Phillips Treasurer-Wyatt Miller Wyatt Miller Wyatt Miller Ser.-at.Arms-Fred Hawley. Jr. Ralph Dillard Lena Ward p73 [photo] p74 The Calliopean Literary Society (Organized in 1895.) ---------- MOTTO: "UPWARD AND ONWARD" COLORS: PURPLE AND GOLD. FLOWER: VIOLET. ROSTER OF MEMBERS. Eugene Adkins Burton Mohr Jeff Billington Elizabeth Miller Prof. J. W. Blair Lelia Morgan Adelbert Carter Emmett Payno Bessie Cremins Myrtle Sanderson DeVoine Davidson Elizabeth Stroh Marquis Deaver Gaylord Simons Mina Ermey Jessie Rothammer Maude Handley Thomas Roy Merrick Hawley Henry Waters Ruth Kibbe Joyce Williams Ruth Lamb Grace Wilson Hayden Lynch Fred Price Cura Young p75 [photo] The Callippean Society OFFICERS FOR THE WINTER TERM. Marquis Deaver President Harriet Stroh Vice-President Gaytlord Simons Secretary Ruth Lamb Treasurer Maude Handley Sergeant-at-Arms Burton L. Mohr Critic ---------- OFFICERS FOR THE SPRING TERM Jessica Rothammer President Bessie Cremins Vice-President Ruth Kibbe Secretary Ruth Lamb Treasurer Thomas Roy Sergeant-at-Arms Myrtle Sanderson Critic p76 [photo]BROADVIEW LODGE p77 Social p78 The "13" Club*** THE "13" OFFICERS Gaylord Simons President Fred W. Hawley, Jr. Secretary Jeff Billington Treasurer Ves. Rutis Reporter CHARTER MEMBERS Eugene Adkins Burton Mohr Jeff Billington Fred Price Marquis Deaver Emmett Payne Fred W. Hawley, Jr. Ves Rutis Herrick K. Hawley Tom Roy William Malson Galord Simons Henry Waters HONORARY MEMBERS, in facultate J. William Blair Phillip D. Dixon DeWitt S. Morgan W. Ellis Welch NEW MEMBERS DeVoine Davidson Wyatt Miller Landon Lambeth Luther Johnson Ralph Handley p79 [photo] p80-81 Social Events*** p82 [photo]Parlors of Robertson Hall p83 Athletics p84 Athletics*** p85 FootBall [photo]H.L. Allen Coach [photo]Walter Koons Captain p86 [photo]"Ves" Rutis Quarter Back [photo]Tom Roy Right Half [photo]Ralph Handley Full Back [photo]Luther Johnson Center p87 [photo]Gaylord Simons Left Tackle [photo]Wyatt Miller Left End [photo]Arthur Pevehouse Left Guard [photo]"Casey" Holloway Right End p88 [photo]Landon Lamberth Right Tackle [photo]Emmett Payne Right Guard [photo]Jeff Billington Sub [photo]"Mark" Deaver Sub p89 Yells! [photo]"Ves" Rutis Kendall's Popular Cheer Leader*** p90-91 [cheers]*** p92 [photo]First Basket Ball Team 1912-1913 Reading from left to right: Paul Handley-Left Guard Wyatt Miller-Right Forward Gaylord Simons, Captain-Left Forward H. L. Allen-Coach Ralph Handley-Center. Tom Roy-Right Guard p93 [photo]Second Basket Ball Team 1912-13 Landon Lambeth-Center Fred E. Hawley, Jr.-Left Forward Jeff Billington-Left Guard Emmett Payne-Right Guard Henry Waters-Right Forward p94 [photo]Base Ball Team 1913 Reading from left to right, standing: Jeff Billington-Right Fielder Henry Waters-First Baseman-Pitcher Fred W. Hawley, Jr.,-Utility Man. Ralph Handley-Pitcher-Catcher Emmett Payne-Utility Man. H.L. Allen-Coach W.A. Pevehouse-2nd Baseman Reading from left to right, sitting: Wyatt Miller-Catcher-Center Fielder. Tom Roy-Short Stop Paul Handley-3rd Baseman Ves Rutis-Left Fielder-2nd Baseman p 95 [photo]Gaylord Simons Fred W. Hawley, Jr. Kendall's Representatives at the TRI-COUNTY TENNIS MEET. held at Mounds, Oklahoma November, 1912. p96 [photo]Track Team Squad 1913 p97 [photo]Track Team Medals 1913 p98 [photos] Snap Shots of the first All-State Interscholastic Track and Field Meet ever held in Tulsa Kendall Field April 18th 1913 Kendall Academy First p99 [poem]God Keepeth Watch*** p100 "The Collegian"*** p101 [photo]Collegian Staff THE COLLEGIAN STAFF 1912-1913 Pauline Layman Editor-in-Chief L.H. Knight Business Manager Venetta Jones Associate Editor Grace Wilson Literary Editor Paul Handley Athletic Editor Lelia Morgan Local Editor Marie E. St. Clair Fine Arts Editor Carl C. Gray Art Editor Bethel Cone Jollity Jots Paul Koontz Exchange Editor p102 [photos]Girls' Rooms in Broadview Lodge p103 Book IV CITY OF TULSA p104 Tulsa, Oklahoma The Coming City of the Southwest by Dr. Fred S. Clinton and Tulsa Commercial Club TULSA*** p105 [photo]TULSA, 1900 p106 [photo]Third Street Looking West from Cin Ave. p107 [photo]TULSA's NEW $250,000 COURT HOUSE p108 [photos]SOME TULSA BUSINESS BLOCKS p109 [photo]Main St. Looking North from Fourth St. p110 [photos]FIRST NATIONAL BANK BUILDING ROBINSON ARCADE HOTEL TULSA p111 [photos]SOME MORE TULSA BUSINESS BUILDINGS p112 [photo]Third Street Looking East from Main St. p113 [photos]NATURE SCENES NEAR TULSA p114 [photos]SHOOTING AN OIL WELL p115 [photos]A FEW TULSA CHURCHES p116 [photos]BEAUTIFUL TULSA HOMES p117 [photo]Main St. Looking North from 3rd St. p118 [photos]COUNTRY CLUB PARK SCENE BEAUTIFUL HOMES ELKS HOME POST OFFICE RECEIPTS.*** p119 [photo]Boulder Avenue Looking North from 15th St. p120 [photos]LAKES OF OIL AT TULSA TULSA BANKS*** p121 [photos]TULSA IS THE LARGEST OIL COUNTRY IN THE WORLD HYECHKA CLUB*** p122 [photos]A FEW WARD SCHOOLS p123 [photo]Cheyenne Ave Looking North from 15th St. p124 [photo]RESIDENCE OF DR. AND MRS. FRED S. CLINTON KENDALL COLLEGE Complete information may be found elsewhere in this volume about this rapidly growing institution. CITY PARKS*** p125 [photos]Snap Shots from Sand Springs Parks p126 [photo]CARLTON PLACE TULSA HOSPITAL*** p127 [photos]A Few Pretty Homes in Kendall p128 [photo]Tulsa High School Building p129 [photo]Birdseye View of Modern Tulsa p130 The Suburb of Kendall*** p131 BOOK V MISCELLANEOUS p132 An Evenig on Kendall Hill*** p133 [photos]College Life at Kendall p134 [photo]Great Interest is Shown in the Dramatic Class ARTICLES REJECTED*** p135 JOKES p136 JOKES*** p137-138 Hon. Rev. Lewis Hubert Knight's Address to the Sequoyahs, At the Opening Banquet, September, 1912*** p138 JOKES*** p139 [photos]One Little Smile Makes Life Worth While p140-152 Why-What-Where*** p142-146 CALENDAR 12-13 p146 EXTRA SPECIAL!!!*** WHO IS PAULINE LAYMAN?-HENRY KENDALL'S ORATOR.*** p147 By The Way*** p148 [drawing]A Second Carrie Nation. (Pauline Orating) [photo]A Section of the "Mess" Hall in Action p149 [photo]JOE SING Our Chef Who Makes the "Hash" and "Bean Soup" p150 [drawing]Dixon handing out "The Coin" p151 POPULAR SONGS WITH HENRY KENDALL STUDENTS P152 The Printing and Binding on The Kendallabrum was done by THE DEMOCRAT PRINTING CO., Tulsa, Oklahoma p153 A Word of Appreciation*** pII-LVIV [advertising]***
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