Adelphi University - Oracle Yearbook (Garden City, NY)
- Class of 1917
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FRANK DICKINSON BLODGETT, AB., ANI., A K E, CID B K
' Born in Cortland, N. Y. Graduated from State Normal
School, Cortland, N. Y., 1889, from Amherst College in
18935 A.M. from Amherst in 1896, Professor of Greek and
Latin State Normal School, Oneonta, 1893-I9o7g Professor
of Logic and Pedagogics, State Normal School, Oneonta,
IQO7HIQI5, Mayor of Oneonta, 1912-I9I3g Trustee, Adelphi
College, President of Adelphi since 1915.
made Emeritus Professor, June, 1907.
FREDERICK XMEBSTER QSBORN B A M A
Born in Bloomfield, N. Prepared at Bloomfield
Institute, studied at Yale University Where he received
degree of BMA., in 1855, and NLA. in 1858 entered Andover
Theological Seminary, from which he graduated ID 1861
became .Professor in Adelphi Academy In 1873 Professor of
Psychology and Philosophy in Adelphi College 1896 1909
IVILLIAM CLARK PECKI-IAM, B.A., M.A., A A CID, fb BK
Born in South Royalston, Nlass. Prepared at Lawrence
Academy, Groton, Nfass., studied at Amherst, where he re-
ceived the degree of B.A. in 1867, and of A.lXfI., in 1870,
Principal of Leicester Academy, NIass., Instructor in Willis-
ton Seminary, Easthampton, Nlass., traveled around the
world, studied theology at Union Seminary, New York City,
taught in Lockwoodls New Academy, Brooklyn, took part
in War, 1861-1865, Post Commander of U. S. Grant Post,
G. A. R., Fellow of Brooklyn Institute of Arts and Sciences,
Member of American Physical Society, Fellow of American
Association of Advancement of Science, on editorial staff of
"Scientific Americann, hfIeteorologist of City of Brooklyn,
1894-1898, Instructor in Adelphi Academy, 1875-1896,
Professor of Physics in Adelphi College since 1896, Chair-
man of Administrative Council, Adelphi College, 1913.
JOHN BARNARD IVHITTAKER
Born in Templemore, Ireland. Began his career as an
artist when he was twenty yearsxold, studied at Brooklyn
Institute of Arts and at the Academy of Design, took charge
of Art School, 1875-1876, lVIember of Salmagundi Club,
New York and Brooklyn Art Club, Professor of Painting
and Drawing in Adelphi College since 1896.
ELIZABETH VENABLE. GA1NEs, B.A., M.A.
Born at Nlossingford, Va. Entered Vassar College,
1888, studied at Nlassachusetts Institute of Technology,
1892-1894, Professor of Biology, Adelphi Academy, 1894,
B.A., Adelphi College, 1898, lVI.A., Columbia University,
19o3, Professor of Biology, Adelphi College, since 1896.
ANNA E. HARVEY, MA.
I Born iniRye, N. Y. Student at Rye Seminary, gradu-
ated from Normal Training Class of lVIme. Krauss, 1891,
Director of Kindergarten Department of lVIartha's Vineyard
Summer Institute, 1900-1906, President of Brooklyn Kinder-
garten Union, 1903-1904, Professor of Froebelian Mfethods
in Adelphi College since 1896, Dean of IfVomen of Adelphi
College since 1912.
Born in West Indies. Studied in America, England,
Holland and France, taught in Packer Collegiate Institute,
Smith College and Vassar College, Instructor in History of
Art in Adelphi Academy, 1894-1896, Assistant Professor of
History in Adelphi College, Emeritus Assistant Professor
of History in Adelphi College since June, 1908.
EUGENE XIVIALOUBIER, B.A., M.A.
Born in Paris, France. . Studied at the College of Fon-
tainebleau, Where he received the degree of B.A. in 1897,
received the degree of lVI.A. from the University of Paris in
1905, Instructor in the French Language and Literature at
the City of New York College, 1906-1908, Assistant Pro-
fessor of the Romance Languages and Literature in Adelphi
College since 1909, absent on leave.
EDGAR A. HALL, B.A., M.A.
Born in Wisconsin. Graduated from Nlilwaukee State
Normal School, 1897, received a degree of P.A. from the
University of Wisconsin, 1906, and of IVLA., IQO9, Graduate
Student of the University of Chicago, 1910-1912. Head of
Department of English in National German-American
Teachers' Seminary, lVIilWaukee, Wis., 1899-1904, head of
Department of English in North Division High School, NIH-
Waukee, 1906-1908, Member of Faculty of the University of
Wisconsin, 1909-1910, lVIember of NIodern Language Asso-
ciation of America and of the Andiron Club of New York,
Assistant Professor of English in Adelphi College, 1912-1913,
Professor of English since 1913.
W11.L1a1i1 .ARNOLD COLVVELL, AB., M.A., P1-1.D., CID B K
Born in Providence, R. I. Graduated with A.B. Phi
Beta Kappa rank from Denison College, Granville, Ohio, in
1899, Professor of German and French, Grand Island Col-
lege, Nebraska, 1899-1901, AM., Harvard University, 1902,
Instructor 'in German, Tufts College, Mass., 1902-1904.
Instructor in German, Harvard University, 1904-1909,
Ph.D., Harvard University, 1906. Also instructor In Ger-
man, Radcliffe College, 1906-1909, Professor of German and
French, Wofford College, 1909-1914.
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BRUNO ROSELL1, PI-I.D.
Born in Florence, Italy. Prepared at Ginnasio Galileo.
Received Francesco Ferruci Prize for Best Scholarship of
Province of Florence. Studied at Liceo Galileo, graduated
in 1905 in Arts and Sciences Cdiploma corresponding to Amer-
ican degrees of B.A. and B.S.l. Entered University of
Urbino, and graduated as Doctor of Laws, 1909. Special
Diploma in History of Art, Universita Fstiva, Florence, 191 1.
Lecturer on History of Art and Italian Literature. Contrib-
utor to several newspapers and periodicals. New York
correspondent for La Naziovze, of Florence. Assistant Pro-
fessor in Art History and Instrutor in Italian Language and
Literature in Adelphi College since September, 1910.
REUBEN HARPER AUNGST, B.S.
Graduated from Lock Haven Normal School, 1899,
graduated from Pennsylvania State College, 1905, Prin-
cipal of Public Schools, Dorhersville, Pa., Assistant Chemist,
New York and Pennsylvania Paper Co., Chief Chemist,
Coke Plant of Lackawanna Iron and Steel Co., Assistant
Instructor in Chemistry, Pratt Institute, Instructor in
Technical Chemistry, Pratt Institute, Professor of Chem-
istry, Adelphi College.
ADELBERT GRIXNT FRADENBURG, fb I' A, fb B K
Born in Point Peninsular, N. Y. Graduated from Alle-
gheny College, 1890, received degree of Ph.D. from Univer-
sity of XYisconsin, 1894, Professor of History and Latin,
Dickinson Seminary, ISQOWISQIQ Graduate Student at Johns
Hopkins University, 1891-1892, Instructor in History and
Economics, Lake Forest University, 1894-1896, Assistant
Professor of History, Adelphi College, 1896-1899, IVIember
of American Historical Association and of American Econom-
ical Association, Professor of History and Politics in Adelphi
College since 1899.
JOSEPH BOWDEN, B.A., P1-1.D., CID B K
Born in St. Day, Cornwall, England. Graduated from
Yale University, 1891, Where he received the degree of Ph.D.
in I-S975 taught at Yale, 1892-1897, Graduate, School of
Yale, 1898, Author of "The Theory of Integersn, Editor of
Phillips, and Fishers7 "Elements of Geometry", hIember of
American hIathematical Society, Blember of Association of
Teachers of hlathematics of hIiddle States and NIaryland,
President of hdathematical Department of Brooklyn Insti-
tute, hflember of the Advisory Council of the Simplified
Spelling'Board, President of the Brooklyn Spelling Reform
Society, Professor of hflathematics in Adelphi College since
ERNEST NORTON HENDERSON, B.A., M.A., PH.B., CIDFA, fb BK
Born in Illinois. Prepared for college in California?
graduated from University of California in 1890, Principal
of High School in Woodland, Cal., Instructor in Psychology
and Education at California State Normal School, Chico,
Cal., Studied at Columbia, IQO2, Where he received degree
of 'Ph.D. in 1903, author of 'LA Study of IVIemory for Con-
nected Trains of Thoughtf' and text-book in the "Prin-
ciples of Educationv, Professor of Education and Philosophy
in Adelphi College since 1902. 5
WILLIAM WEST MOONEY, A.M., PH.D.
Born in hlurfreesboro, Tenn. Educated at Vanderbilt
University, University of Chicago and Princeton University,
degrees received: A.B. and A.M., Vanderbilt University,
Ph.D., Princeton University, 1913, Professor of Classics in
Central College, Fayette, NIO., and Wofford College, Spar-
tanburg, S. C., author of 'CThe Door on the Ancient Stage",
Professor of Latin and Greek in Adelphi College since 1913.
RAPHAEL D'AMoUR, B.A., MA.
Born in France. Graduate ofthe University of France,
Laureate in Philosophy in ISSZ. For several years taught
the classic languages and literatures in his native country.
Was at one time head of the French Department of the Berke-
ley Institute in Brooklyn, and for seven years, head of the
Department of Romance Languages and Literatures at
Fordham University. Took his lVl.A. degree in the Graduate
School of New York University, Department of Latin, 1912.
Is a candidate for the doctorate of philosophy. Has been for
the past four years Director of the French Department in
the School of Pedagogy of the Brooklyn Institute of Arts
and Sciences. The late Professor Franklin 'W. Hooper spoke
and Wrote of him as "the best French teacher he had in
twenty-five years." Professor D'Amour is a Nlember of the
Board of Directors of the National Society of French Pro-
fessors and Teachers in America. He has been for the past
four years Chairman of the Committee on Pedagogy of the
same society, which had the honor of being Hcouronne-e"
by the French Academy. He lectures every year before the
various groups of the Alliance Francaise in several States of
the Union. He is the author of a Practical French Course
which is Widely used as a text-book, also of several literary
Works both in prose and poetry. In 1913, the French Gov-
ernment conferred upon Professor D'Amour the decoration
of "Palmes Academiquesfl with the title of "OHicier d'Acad-
emief' in recognition of his most successful services for the
advancement, in this country, of the interest in French
language and literature. Acting Professor of French in
META ELIZABETH SCHUTZ, B.A., M.A.
Born in Baltimore, Nld. Early education received there,
graduated from Erasmus Hall High School, Brooklyn, N. Y.,
1902, graduated from Adelphi College, 19065 studied at
Columbia, I9o6-19075 M.A., Columbia University, 1914.
Taught Latin in Beall High School, Erostburg, Md., IQO7-
I9o9g taught History at Erasmus Hall High School, 1909-
1911, taught History at Brooklyn Training School for
Teachers, 1911-1912, History at Brooklyn Heights' Semi-
nary, September, 1912-January, 1913. Professor of Latin
and History at Adelphi College since February, 1913.
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Diplomas from the Hoboken Academy the Elementary,
Ixmdergarten and Special Course for Teachers from the
structor in lXlartha s Nmex ard Summer School 1900 IQO6'
President of the Broolxlx n kindergarten Union 1907 1909'
Instructor in the Connecting Class Adelphi Academy 1898-
1912 Instructor in the Normal Kindergarten Department
of Adelphr College since 1901 Director of Kindergarten
and Connecting Classes of Adelphi Academy since IQIZ'
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WILLIAM ARMQUR THAYER
Born in Brooklyn. Student at Adelphi Academy,
1880-1891. Pupil of H. Brewer Corganj, Dudley Buck
Ctheoryl, D. Meehan Cvoicej. Twenty years organist of
St. James P. E. Church. Now organist of St. hlarks M. E.
Church. Director of Music in Adelphi College since 1907.
R031-LLIA DEL PILAR CUEVAS, B.A., lXl.A.
From Bogota, S. A. Studied at the 'cColegio de la En-
cenanzan of that city, and for two years at the 'cCollege
Faimilian of hflilan, Italy. Came to the United States in
1901, B.A., Adelphi College, 19o9, lXI.A., Columbia Uni-
versity, 1913, Instructor in Spanish of Adelphi College
H, 7 since 1903.
CLIFTON OSCAR TAYLOR, B.A., PH.D.
Born in lX'Iilwaukee, 'Wis., 1874. A.B., University of
Chicago, 1899, Fellow in Philosophy, ibid., 1899-1902,
Ph.D., University of VViirzburg, Germany, 1905, Taught
Psychology and Education, Chicago Normal College, IQO2-
I904, lVIichigan State Normal School at Nlarquette, h'Iich.,
1906-1907, Michigan State Normal School at hit. Pleasant,
Mich., 1906-1907, Head of Department of Education of
Pratt Institute since 1908, Lecturer at Adelphi since 1914.
GEORGE B. GERMANN, A.B., PH.D.
Born in Brooklyn, N. Y. Wias graduated from the New
Palz State Normal School, 1889, and taught in the Brooklyn
elementary schools. Granted the degrees of A.B., 1895, and
Ph.D., 1899, by Columbia University. Served at Columbia
as Assistant in IVIathematics, Assistant in Philosophy and
Education, Lecturer in Education at Teachers' College, and
as University Registrar. Since 1902, Principal of Public
School I3O, Brooklyn. Since 1912, Lecturer in Education at
FLOY VICTORIA CSILMORE, LLB., AB.
Born in Greensburg, Indiana. Graduated from Law
Department, University of Nlichigan, 1901, appointed by
Governor Taft, Assistant Attorney in the oHice of the Attor-
ney-General, lVIanila, P. I., 1902-1906, A.B. degree from
University of Wlashington, 1910, Graduate VVork in Colum-
bia University, 1910-1913, in partial fulfillment of require-
ments for Ph.D. degree, lVIember, American Sociology
Society, Instructor in Economics and Sociology, Wellesley
College, 1913-1914, Department of Sociology, Adelphi Col-
R. EMORY HOLLOWAX', A.B., RIA.
Born in BIarshall, BIO., in 1885. Received the degree
of A.B. in 1906 from Hendrix College, Principal of Normal
Department, Amity High School, Amity, Ark., 1906-1908,
Professor of English, Scarritt-Rlorrisville College, Nlorris-
ville, NIO., IQIO-IQII, Fellow in English, The University of
Texas, 1911-1912, received the degree of NIA. from The
University of Texas, 1912, Instructor in English, The Uni-
versity of Texas, 1912-1913, appointed Fellow in English,
Ya-le University, 1913, Graduate Scholar, Columbia Uni-
versity, 1913-IQI4, Instructor in English, Adelphi College,
NIAUDE I-I. GEFVERT
1910-Graduated Savage Normal School Physical Edu-
cation, 1910-1911, Berkeley Institute, Brooklyn, N. Y.
1911-1915, Assistant, Savage Normal School Physical Edu:
cation, 1910-1913, Barnard Camp for Girls, Lake Cham-
plain, Vermont, 1913-1915, Physical Training Teacher
Adelphi College, 1914, Camp Sewanhaka, Long Island'
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Jack D'Arey of the Guards,
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Vice-Prerident HESTER FLYNN
Szcratary . LILLIAN PENCHEON
Trearurzr MARGARET CAMERON
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Oh, men may laud fair Guinever,
Or praises sing to Jean,
But I shall sing to Phoebe dear,
Be dear, my love and queen.
For Phoebe, when you milk your kine,
Or pat your yellow butter,
You fill my soul with love divine,
Divine, and hard to utter.
And when you hitch old Dobbin up
To drive him to the town,
It sends my heart a-bobbin' up
A-bobbin, up and down.
You look so pink and fresh and sweet
Wvhen marketing you go,
I'd like a girl like you to eat-
To eat from top to toe.
S. M. dP. '16
Chairman, GRACE COREY
Susan dePeyster Irene Davidson
Gladys Grossman Hester Flynn
Catherine Cowenhoven Katherine Young
Chairman, JOSEPHINE TRAENDLY
Margaret Mayorga Dorothea Brornrner
Alice Brophy Mabel lXflartin
Chairman, ELLEN PETERS
Florence Weinstein Agnes Natelson
Jean Lucas Margaret Cameron
C1Z6Z'f1'J'P7,6Z1'L, HARRIET SHARP
Gertrude VValdron Nlargaret Graesser
Enid lvloor lX'larian Wilkinson
iiivreqaiiun in Ellrehmnn
Cfmirmavi, GLADYS SMITH
Harriet Sharp Ernestine Dressler
Bflarian lXflurplny Gertrude 'Waldron
Eluninr lgrum Glnn1n1itIrr
Chairmaar, lX'1ARIAN lX'IURPHY
Enid Bloor Helen Tiebout
Esther Burford Pearl Yan Siclen
Chairrnan, MARIE DRIZAL
Miriam Frank Helen O'Keefe
Suphnmnrr Ura Qlnmmittee
Chairman, lX4ARION RICHARDS
Annabel Biershank Elizabeth Stanton
Marjorie North Bertha Lowe
Svnphumnre Flag Olnmmitter
Chairman, RICA BRENNER
Beatrice Judge Ruth Johnston
Isabel Tyte Gertrude Smith
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Chairman, EDITH RONEY
Rica Brenner Edvviene Schmidt
Nlarion Richards Y Dorothy hfIcDonald
Gertrude lWaePherson Ex ojicio, Helen Baldwin
Svnphnmurv Funeral Glnmmiiirr
Chairman, ARLINE VooRH1Es
Genevieve Bowden Gertrude Smith
Freshman-Snplynmnrn Eizmrv Glnmmiitre
Chairman, ALICE DOYE
lVlargery Flanagan Jessie dehflotte
Alice Hann Lucy Brower
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Editor'-in-Chiqf, BIIARGARET RIAYORGA
Literary Editor, AGNES NATELSON
Rezvifwf, CSLADYS SMITH
Nmw, RICA BRENNER
Fzmz, lVIARION A. SMITH
Bmivzen Ma1zage1', ORRELL BOND
ArZz'f1'zI'Ji1zg MQ1ZdgK7'f, JANE SMITH, BfIARY RANOUS
Subxcripzfion, ARLINE VOORHIES
Exchange, MARGARET SWAN
Normal Lizfe1'a1'y Rawefenzatiw, NIARGARET ADAMS
Norma! Bufineff Rep1'efe1Iz'ative, ALA OTIS
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lvlargaret Graesser Jane Smith
Evelyn Peavy Dorothy Aflel
Harriet Sharp Muriel O'Donnel
Julia Weiss Annabelle Biershenk
Zllarulig Idartg Glnmmitirw
Susan de Peyster, Chairman Isabelle Slade
Carol Taber Rica Brenner
Theresa Wolfson Helen O7Keefe
Helen hvlurphy, Chairman Charlotte Knox
Esther Burford hlarion Wallcinson
hflarie Rade Louise Lane
, Q'Ll1ilhrPn'n Hating Glnmmitten
hllabel hflartin, Chairmmz
Ellrmznrh Glluh Svnirve Qlnmmiitvr
Florence Weinstein, Chairman Rica Brenner
Jessie Orgill V Alice Brophy
La Duchesse Couturiere, Benefit of Le Paquet du Solclat.
ilinunh Flzrhle iiirrital
Qmeahings frnm Shakmaprare Lrg Mrs. Hnrhra-Kuhinaun Hair
Ellen Peters, Chairman Nlarion Sturgis
Theresa YVolfson Ines Panclo
Jean Lucas hflargaret Graessei
Shalzefipearn Niglgi Qlnmnriiier
'zlllnhrr ihv Axmpires uf the Qlullrgr Amziliarg
Susan de Peyster, Chairman Anna Connors
Hester Flynn Gertrude Smith
Ethel Baker, hlrs.
A. E. Crane
Bessie Ver Valen
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NIR. FREDERICK BOSTON, Imirucior
Miss A. G. Brookhuysen
Nlrs. Lulu Davis
Mr. VV. E. Denis
lN'IiSS Loretta Egan
Nlrs. A. Garlich
lXfIr. Donald Heyward
1X4r. Robert Lewis
N112 John Bliller
Bliss Agnes Natelson
hir. Samuel Olcott
Bliss Claudia Samenfleld
NIL C. R. Tews
Bliss Biarie Tilyou
Bliss Tora VVi1berforce
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FAcUI.1'Y DELEGATION fMASCUi.INE, AT SILVER BAY
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HARRIET RIARGUERITE Er-rm-:s'r1N12 ALMA Gswrnunlz
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H.kRRIET, HELEN, ERNESTINE. LIARJORIE
M lss GAINES Miss Monmu.
we offend, it is with our good will.
That you should think, we come not to offend,
But with good will to show our simple skill
That is the true beginning of our end.
Consider then we come but in despite. t
We do not come as minding to content you,
Uur true intent is. All for your delight
We are not here. That you should here repent you,
The actors are at hand and by their show
You shall know all that you are like to know."
Midsummer Nighfij' Dream
Dues to collect
Bnruthg Sv. .Affel
'Must she in all things look for the how
the why and the wherefore ?"
Questions to asle,
Olvjeetlobfls to mise
Dramatic Association CI, 2, 35, Athletic Association QI, 2, 3D,
Die Boclenrunde C2, 32, Hallowelen Party Committee Qzj, Sophomore
Funeral Col, Anvil Club Q2, 35, Treasurer of Anvil Club Czj, Vice-
President of Anvil Club C3D, Class Treasurer QD, Collegiate Asso-
A, "'Moclest and simple and sweet,-the
very type of Priscilla."
Neal and trim,
Tall and thin-
Le Circle Francais QI, 2, 35, Erasmus Hall Club Cgl, Sophomore
Recital Committee lfzj, Sophomore Funeral Athletic Association
CI, 2, 35, Collegiate Associates CI, zjf
"Your eyes beam a true ray which can
Owe!! has such Zotx to do,
H 01415 in a day seem few,
Printers and publishers she maxi see,
Anal 'very practical She 'mast be.
Of 551155 and tact it takes a 5250616
To manage well our Paumanole.
Barnard College QI5, Athletic Association C2, 35, 'Class Basket-
ball Team C2, 35, Dramatic Association Q2, 35, College Play C35
Collegiate Associates C2, 35, Anvil
Club Q2, 35, Hand Book Publi
cation Committee C25, Business Manager, Paamanole Q35.
' "The secret of success is constancy to
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Typewriting, music, chemistry, too,
Who is it thinks my interests are few
If patient striving will aught avail,
I n my endeavors I shall not fail.
Dramatic Association CI, 2, 3D, Collegiate Associates QI, 2, 3
Anvil Club CI, 2, 3b.
"Her hair, like flaming meteor, fell adown
Esthefs fond of dancing, and fond of mnsic, too,
Spreads and zfeczs and mcztinees-with parties scattered through.
But-when it comes to hnmdrnm things, Esther will decline,
For lessons, rests and meetings dry are not in Esthefs Zine.
Daisy Chain C2D, Prom. Committee C3D, Athletic Association
CI, 2, 35, Committee for Christmas Party C2D, Nlandolin Club CI, 21,
Erasmus Hall Club, Chapel Leader, Play Committee C3j, Dramatic
Association CI, 2, 35, Membership- Committee of Adelphi College
Auxiliary, Basketball Team CID, College Dramatics, Class Dramatics.
When Edna carnehto college
We thou h li
g t t at knowledge
Was her only end and airn
But later we decided,
Her interests were divided '
And not all
intent on favneg
For we found Geo
rge carne on Sunday
And Percival on Monday,
And other nights they carne,
"Whence is thy le
arning? Hath thy toll
1 o'er books consumed the ' ' '
V Her blushing was and how she blushed
My blushes are a joy to see,
And I am always one of three.
If in Adelphi you chance to be,
Y0u'ree5u1'e to see Anna, Ray, and me.
"Rare compound of oddity, frolic and fun
To relish a joke and rejoice in a pun."
Our Anna is quite pretty,
VV!!! all agree 5he'5 witty,
But .fhe rteoer carer ez wink
What other people my or thirth.
She'5 aZwczy5 sure to have her joke
At the exjbeure of other folk.
find though sometimes 5he'5 very hlurtt,
Yet never, ueoer take ajfrout,
Because-it'5 outy Anna.
Newman Club 12, 35, Dramatic Association CI, 2, 3D, Athletic
Association CI, 2, 35, Christmas Party Committee Czj, Daisy Chain
Czj, College Play C2, 3j, Class Dramatics Czj, Class Play Committee
CZQ, Sophomore Tea Committee Czj, Students' Executive Czj, Sopho-
more Musicale Qzj, Mandolin Club CZD, Sophomore-Freshman
Funeral QZD, Business Board, ORACLE C3j, Cercle Francaise C3j, Fresh-
man-Junior Wedding Q3l, Dramatics-Benefit College Settlement
igvlvn lm, Ermarveit
Such work I have for doing, elbow deep
in social problems."
Before her recimtions
In class on any day,
Helen always :D'l'6f,l.9CES.'
"I was just goin' to my."
Collegiate Association QI, 2, 35, Dramatic Association QI, 2, 31,
Athletic Association CI, 2, 35, Chairman of Freshman Tea Committee,
College Settlement Q3D, Sophomore Funeral
For she loveth all lowly creatures
Oh, Agnes likes biology,
She cloies upon Zoology.
On hugs and wings,
She is quite an authority.
iIIHilhr2h HH. Bnmnrg
"Queen rose of the rosebud garden of
Her manner is inost gracion5,'
Her cooleing is aleleclalionsg
Her actions are oioacionx
In class sheds alispntalionf-
But though we all hola' her inost dear
Yet in our hfart of hfarls wif feai'
Shall .toon lake Wing anal disappear.
Freshman-Junior Wedding KID, Chairman of Junior Party CID,
Basketball Team QID, Sophomore Dramaties, Daisy Chain C2D,
Hallowe'en Party, Y. M. C. A. C3D, Round Table C3D, Class Ring
Committee Q3D, Editor -in-Chief of ORACLE C3D, College Settlement C3D.
"I would I were a grown up child."
E1'nestiue's little, smart and guieleg
She always looles so cute and ehteg
Though .English may bore her,
Anal Logic ajbpall her,
Yet when it eomes to hearing all about the latest sho
Then just apply to Eruestlhe, for she's the one that goes.
A Athletic Association CI 2 35 Fre h
4 , , , s man-Junior Party CID, Class
Dramatics Q2j, Collegiate Associates QI, 25, Anvil Club CI, 2, 35,
Junior-Freshman Party Committee Qgj, Dramatic Association QI, 2,-
3D, Cheer L cl ' ' '
ea er Czl, Daisy Chain Czl, Class Musicale Committee
QD, College Dramatics
"Good temper, like a sunny day, sheds
brightness over everything."
Latin is hersspecialtyg
To class she's always Zateg
As to views on matrimony,
It is the 'fmartial state."
K A 9
The reason firm, the temperate will, l
Endurance, foresight, strength and skill
We do not know her very zoellg
Whether 511675 exclusive we ccznlt telZ,'
But her conscientious rncznner
Is quite czflcznnting banner
Of her knowledge in economy,
Anti her prestige in logczrnezehy.
"A hearty laugh is one of the best soul-
restorers in the world."
With quite positive opinions
For the good of our alominions,
Or even smaller matters than these ajairs of State,
Will Margaret on occasion
Give ample demonstration
- That her mind can cope with problems small or great.
Her ways are most methodical,
Her reasons oery logical,
With professors stern or gentle she'll debate.
Collegiate Associates CI, 2, 32, Dramatic Association CI, 2, 3j,
Athletic Association CI, 2, 3j, Barlow Medal Q2D, Students' Execu-
tive KID, Class Treasurer CID, Class President C2D, Freshman-Junior
Wedding Committee, Glee Club, Treasurer C3D, Vice-President
Students, Association Q2D, Christmas Party Committee CI, 31, Round
Table C3D, Varsity Team C2, 3D, Class Team QI, 2, 31, Class Day
Usher C2j, Athletic Association Secretary C2j, Aisle Girl, Class Day
C2D, Committee, Freshman-Sophomore Dance, Glee Club QI, 2, 35.
K A 9
' "My soul to fancy's fond suggestion yields
- And roams romantic o'er her airy fields."
Hazel earne to snrniner school,
Alnel now strange tales we hear
Of automobiles anal Cabnerons
And other things quite queer.
Anal though in Rohert's Manual
She's newer reacl, we fear,
Yet we all agree with Fracly,
"Hemel Haley" is a clear.
Dramatic Association CI, 2, 3j, Class Play fzj, Daisy Chain QZD,
Sophomore Dance Committee Qzj, Sophomore Funeral Qzj, Cercle
VW edding QD, HalloWe'en Committee
CID, College Play Czj, Athletic Association CI, 2, 35,
Francaise QD, Freshman-Junior
Czj, Erasmus Hall Club C3D, Class President Cgj.
"The languages, especially the dead,
The sciences, and most of all the abstruse
In all these she was much and deeply read!
Who is it clearly likes to boss?
Who is lt gets so awful cross?
W hols always first to jinish exarns,
And yet declares she never crarns?
Who is itfor us cares not a pin?
Who is it wonderful tales can spin?
Who in the libr'y in study hour,
Feels to the full, her sense of power?
'She wlzo smiles and laughs away
The little trials of today,
Will live to smile and laugh away
A stronger trial another
Her retiring disposition
Has rnacle the recognition
Of her talents and opinions very slow.
Bat therejs still another year
QAt least we hope so, dear5,
When more about her we'll expect to know.
Athletic. Association QI, 2, 35, Dramatic Association QI, 25,
Cercle Francaise Q2, 35, Collegiate Associates QI, 25, Junior Musicale
Miss MejjZZe's very tiny,
That much we do knowg
Miss MejZe's very quiet,
At least we think so.
In stating her attainnients,
We must go sZ0w,'
Whan wine seen more of her
Will let you know.
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"Gentle of speech beneficent of mmd
' iinih illHnnr
"The mildest manners and the gentlest
Her bearing, 50 gentle,
Must have been instrumental
In making ns think her so inild and sedateg
F or we've all discovered,
CSince her heart 5lte7.vinnco11ered5,
Shelv jolly, good-natnred, and just simply great.
Dramatic Association Cz, 35, Athletic Association Q2, 35, Glee
Club Cz, 35, Cercle Francaise Cz, 35, Round Table C35, Y. W. C. A.,
Sophomoreilduneral C25, Sophomore Recital Committee C25, Sopho-
more Tea Committee C25, Class Play C25, College Play Q2, 35, College
Settlement Play C35, Daisy Chain Q25, Associate Business Manager,
ORACLE Q35, Junior Prom Committee Q35, Junior-Freshman Wedding
illlarinn A. illllnrphg
K A 9
"Let the world slideg let the world go
A fig for care and a fig for woe."
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Indispensable at teas,
junior Prom? a pure delight,
But quite impowible to appease
Such a great big uappetitef'
Glee Club CI, 2, 3j, College Play CI, 2j, Athletic Association
CI, 2, 3j, Newman Club CI, 2, 35, Dramatic Association CI, 2, 3
Hallovve'en Committee, Sophomore Tea Committee C2D, Sophomore
Funeral, Athletic Banquet Committee C2j, Childrenls Party Com
mittee C2, 32, Senior-Sophomore Party C2j, Junior-Freshman Lunch
eon Committee 135, Junior-Freshman Wedding C3j, Daisy Chain C2 ,
Vice-President of Class C3j, Chairman Junior Prom. C31
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f- "Hers with the stature of the child,
I l The wit as great as man's."
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Dear little Al, just came to town,
With curly hair arid eyes of hrowri.
Shels perfectly jolly arid sweet as they grow,
But, oh, earl she whisper? Ash Fracly. Helll leriow.
Barnard College CI, 25, Dramatic Association C3j, Athletic
Association Qgj, Newman Club 135.
"All yield services unto her will."
PV ith photographers and ORACLE ads
fessie's had her troubles,
But there is ei time when the inyiiacls
Of woile seevn just like bubbles.
A time when lights are iliin and low,
Anil life's dull care retarcls,
To leave cz picture that we know
As 'cD'Arcy ofthe G'Lld7'Cl.S'.7,
Long Island High School Scholarship, Chairman, Freshman-
Sophomore Dance CID, Sophomore Funeral fab, Business Manager,
Sophomore Play Czj, Sophomore Nlusicale Committee Czj, Executive
Collegiates Cal, Executive Students Czj, Chairman, Hallowe'en Party
Qzj, Athletic Association CI, 2 3j, Class Basketball Team CI, 2, 35,
Collegiate Associates QI, 22, Barlow hledal Cal, Cercle Francaise Q2, 3j,
Philosophy Club Qgj, Round Table Q3j, Chairman, College Settle-
ment Entertainment CQ, College Play QD, Business Nlanager, QRACLE.
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"She is great, whose quiet bearing makes
her greatness well assured."
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We hacl written foi' Ines a beautiful lenocle,
But when it was jinishecl, it was such a shocle
To hear tales of vengeance she ineant to wreak
On Zhe Literary Board who would claie to speak
Of her Hproucl Spanish lveauzfyn anal Hheaey satire,"
So 250 save ourselves, welll guiclely retire.
Round Table Cgj, Chairman, Sophomore Tea Committee 121,
Chairman, Class Ring Committee C3D, Newman Club QD, Athletic
Association, Dramatic Association, Glee Club CI, 25, Daisy Chain
Czj, Studio, Class Eicecutive Cgj, Art Editor, ORACLE.
"I have fed
Perhaps too much upon the lotus-fruits
I , Imagination yields-fruits that unfit
The palate for the more substantial food
Of our own land-reality.
Acids, ehlorides, oxides, salts,
Nitrates, brornicles, ehlorin, rnalts,
Coinhining, testing and resolving,
A future scientist evolving. I
Philosophy, poetry, inath and art,
I n all these her interests have a part-
This curious, stuclious, versatile lass-
The Gascoigne of the junior Class.
Math Club QI, 2, 31, Social Study Q2j, Philosophy Club QQ,
Dramatic Association QI, 2, 35, Freshman-Junior Wedding QU,
Funeral Q2D, Junior-Freshman QD, Athletic Association CI, 2, 3j,
Collegiate Associates CI, 2, 3j, Mandolin Club, Czj, Orchestra Q31
'The soul and source of music
Which makes known eternal harmony
When this girl begins to play,
All our cares she drives away.
She charms us all with nielodiesg
We'1'e sure she belongs to the musical fairies.
.ilwatinr HI. Qbnrnzvr
move us to gentlenessi,
We all know jay comes every day,
?Tw0'aZal break her heart L0 siay away,
But then shelf as nice as she can be.
Aft basketball, 5he'5 a wonder to fee.
Anvil Club QI, 2, 3j, Dramatic Association QI, 2, 3D, Class
Basketball Team CI, 2, 35, Varsity Basketball Team Q21
"Your gentleness shall, more than force,
K A 9
Where did ydu get those eyes of blue?
ffffe nevev' jimi her sit cmd chat
Around the study table.
She never 5pfah5 on 11zeezfi1zg days,
.4Zth0ugh we think 5he'5 able.
QW "Bright, happy and gay am I."
If you would light-hearted be,
Gay and happy, quite care-free,
Consort with one herfriends ca!! 'CFurry, "
Wfhom cares or troubles rtfvfr worry.
Dramatic Association CI, 2, 31, Athletic Association CI, 2, 3
Y. W. C. A. CI, 2, 35, Erasmus Hall Club C3D, Sophomore Play C2
A A A
"No lovelier spirit than thine."
No matter what you want to do,
She will gladly help you through.
She's gifted in so rnany ways-
The ukalele gay she plays,
Alt rnusieales she shows her powers,
And deftly she rnakes paperflowers.
But what we'd really wish to know
Is why she likes Italian so?
Students' Executive CID, Dramatic Association QI, 2, 3D, Athletic
Association CI, 2, 3D, Secretary of Class Q2D, Sophomore Tea Com-
mittee C2D, Sophomore Funeral Committee C2D, Secretary of Students'
Association Q3D, Literary Board of ORACLE Q3D, Treasurer, Societa
Leonardo Q3D, Round Table C3D, Chairman, Junior-Freshman Wed-
ding Committee QD, Chairman, Junior Musicale C3D, Delegate to
Intercollegiate Students' Conference C3D, Daisy Chain C2D.
"Here's a sigh to those 1 A
And a sm'
vho love m ,
zle to thas f
e ulho hate."
Wvrizfing stories if her hobby,
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Szfuciymg Imlicm is another,
M.d. suits har, you can tell.
Dramatic Association QI, fa, 3j,lunior-Freshman 'Wedding QD,
Athletic Association QI, 2, 3D, Sophomore Funeral Czj, Scribblers'
Club QD, Collegiate Associates CI, zj, Social Study Club C
"Blest be the tongue that speaks no illg
Whose words are always trueg
That' keeps the Iaw of kindness still.
' fii f f i '1V"' f ' Whatever others do."
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Her height, her prim and proper ways,
Her shocked expression and miiltiple fills,
May lead yon to thinle she can't take a joke,
And isn't as jolly as other folle,
But these things are misleading, she's fond of fnn,
And really yon'll jind her a tfery good ehnm.
Secretary of Class CID, Vice-President of Class C2j, Treasurer of
Students' Association Czj, Cercle Francaise C2, 3D, Round Table fgj,
Athletic Association CI, 2, 3j, Basketball Team QD, Dramatic Asso-
ciation QI, 2, '3D, Sophomore Funeral Q2D, Sophomore Play C2j, Fresh-
man-Junior Wedding CQ, Collegiate Associates QI, 2, 3Q, Delegate to
Silver Bay f2j, Freshman-Sophomore Dance Committee CI, 2, gj,
Hallovvelen Party Committee 125, Committee for Presidentjs Recep-
tion Cgb, Chapel Executive Cgj, Winner of Tennis Tournament
Singles Q3j, Assistant Business Manager of ORACLE Board Cgj.
Mlahgz 13. Smith
"Teach me half the gladness
That thy brain must know."
Do you wan! to run a play,
Or a picnic holiday? Go to Glady5.
Would you have a .vpread or zfea,
Or a musicale or party? Go Zo Gladyr.
Would you like a new club planned,
Or a dinner party grand? Go to Gladys.
Have you got a ease of blues,
And a tonic you would ure? Go zo Gladyr.
I5 it help for Paumanoh,
Or a comrade you would knock? Go to Glady5.
Dramatic Association CI, 2, 32, Die Bodenrunde Cz, 39, Athletic
Association CI, 2, 35, Chairman, Sophomore Recital Czl, Chairman,
Sophomore-Senior Party Czl, Chairman, Freshman-Junior Luncheon
Cgj, Class Secretary C3l, Scribblers' Club QD, Collegiate Associates
QI, 2, 32, Stage Manager, College Play Cgl, Review Editor of Paumanole.
llanv Eillivr Smith
"Her life has many a hope and aim,
Duties enough and little cares."
Dear jane-let its make a suggestion
To aooial "fraternity indigestion, 77
I By giving up lobsters and ereaing
For logic doth teach its
That ptoinaine will reach its
If that is the inenn, 7tzooiiZd seein.
Vice-President, Y. W. C. A. QQ, Treasurer, Collegiates' Associa-
tion 121, Treasurer, Athletics Association Czj, Sophomore Tea Com-
mittee Qzj, Freshman-Sophomore Dance Committee CID, Varsity
Basketball Team C2, 3j, Class Team QI, 2, 3j, Athletic Banquet Com-
mittee Cgj, Assistant Advertising Manager of Paiwnanok
"I must wear a gala dress,
Long stored up within my press,
v For today a dance is given."
When she dances, her grace e1fLt1'a1zces
All who on hev' gazeg
'Tis said she sews, makes pretty clothes,
Afhd she has pleasant waysg
But how she Hams hefofe exams,
And from all classes stays.
Athletic Association QI, 2, 3j, Erasmus Hall Club C3D, College
Dramatics CID, Sophomore Hazing Committee Qzj, Sophomore Dance
K A 9
" You look so neat and sweet in
All your frills and fancy pleatin
H elerfs Mase'-but curious,
Absent-minded-out thafs spurious,
Lowes candy-thczfs injurious,
Speaks calmly-never gets furious.
"Her doubts are traitors,
And make her lose the good she oft might
By fearing to attempt."
There was a famous Senator, once,
His name it way Tillman t
And they say whenever he made a speech
He talked the whole day through. '
And Frady Jays Qand he ought to knowb
We7oe one who with hun could vie-
Anci when it comet to fa5hion5 and Jtyles,
H er pozoerf we ean7t deny.
Elgrarl Han Svirlen '
K A 9
"Not from all shells in India bays
Are pearls to win as we have won."
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Pea1'Z's a very dainty gif!
Who always acts just so,'
Anything that isu7t neat,
just simply has to go.
If she ctoesuft feel quite sweet,
Sh!!! speak to you-or 110.
Dramatic Association CI, 2, gj, Athletic Association CI, 2, 3j,
Chairman, Sophomore Funeral Czj, Class Dramatics Qzj, Usher, Class
Day C2j, Assistan
CI, 2, 35, Class Executive Cgj, Junior Prom Committee.
t Business Manager of ORACLE, Cercle Francaise
"With the faith that life is blest,
Brave and noble, bright and good."
In this class of varied specialties,
There are none can write such poetry
And though you may compete in French,
The 'ctref exeltentew you cannot wrench,
So herels to her, so jine and clever,
There'5 a place in our hearts forever and ever,
F or Gertrude.
Dramatic Association QI, 2, 35, Athletic Association CI, 2, 3j,
Sophomore Funeral Committee C2D, Sophomore Show Committee,
Class Dramatics 125, Junior Wedding Committee C3D, Scribblers'
Club QD, Junior-Freshman Party Committee, Assistant Literary
Editor of GRACLE.
Marian 115. milkinann t
"A girl of cheerful yesterdays and coni-
Wlzo is it that paints anal draws so well?
Who is it that replies, "I eanlt Zellu?
W ho is it Zhat receives letters galore,
Frorn Washington, Brooklyn and San Saloaclore?
Graduate, Adelphi Normal Art Department, 1914, Sophomore
Funeral Czj, Sophomore Play Committee QQD, Sophomore Hazing
Committeelfzj, Dramatic Association Cz, 35, Athletic Association
Q2, 32, Sketch Club KID, Newman Club Q2, 35,3 Societa Leonardo 132,
Collegiate Associates, CI, aj, Basketball Czj, Chairman, Handbook
Publications Cal, Assistant Art Editor, ORACLE C3j, The Studio Q3j,
Junior-Freshman Wedding Committee Q3j,' Chairman, Place Card
Committee, Athletic Association C3j.
complishes no victories without it."
Theresa has such fuzzy hair,
I t causes vnneh ctiftnrhanee,
When of it all her loving friends
Care to 'fncihe oh5eroanee.
We cionit know if that i5 why
She has such funny notions'
Of gooerninent and politics,
'Mid waves of great emotions.
Dramatic Association CI, 2, 3D, Athletic Association QI, 2, 3D,
Round Table Cjj, Round Table Recital Committee, Secretary of
Round Table, Christmas Party Committee, Scribblers' Club C3Q,
Ring Committee QD, Shakespere Tercentary, College Dramatics C3j,
Wheeler Scholarship, Literary Editor of ORACLE.
"Nothing is so contagious as enthusiasm.
It is the genius of sincerity, and truth ac-
Prefidem . VIRGINIA TAYLOR
Ififf-P7'6'.YidE7Z1l JESSIE BURGESS
Sfcretary . . MARGARET ADAMS
Treafurer . FLORENCE ALBERT
K. ADELE TODD
LILY JACOBS '
Prefidem . GENEVIEVE CULLEN
Vice-President ELIZABETH MCDONALD
Secretary . . ALLA O1-15
Treafwer MYRTLE CUDDEBACH
LILLIAN PALLEY I
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BfIARY A. ANDERSON
ANNA M. BUSCHER
MARIE E. DONNELLY
HAZEL B. HOOPER
FLORENCE LEHNER '
P1'ef1'deuf . RIARY E. MONEIPENNY
Vice-Prffidemf ELLA KOUWENHOVEN
Serz-gram . RUTH CRAGIN
Treafmw' , HELEN k'iCDOWELL
SADIE NI. LEVY
VIOLET MAC GILLIVRAY
NIAUD L. MATHESON
EMILY G. NIEURER
RITA C. O,BRIEN
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Prefident . ELIZABETH MCDONALD
Vice-President . K. ADELE TODD
Secretary . KATHRYN IVIAGEE
Treasurer ANNA M. BUSCHER
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' NAME FAVORITE EXPRESSION, CRUSH PRESENT OCCUPATION FUTURE PROSPECTS
ANDERSON Ah! go on. E K. Clltching trains - 7 - Fliousekeeping -N
BUSCHER Why pick on me? Some-lad on the Quarreling with him Sport
CONKLIN lVhere is that Ellawoman? Rflgm Eating Farming at Roslyn
COHEN Thatis my seat!! A. L. Fhoning to 'cHen7, Psychology prof.
CRADDOCK I don't know Duff CDearj hunting French interpreter
CRAGIN NoW-er- lfVhich? Interrupting professors Suffrage speaker
CUSACK How do look? Jimmy 'Working? Surely Remodeling hats
DEHLER Nlost assuredly Guess Stretching her vocal cords Good Samaritan
DONNELLY Really? C. D. B. Keeping up With the fashions Model
GRODCSKE Fm so tired! Ken Coming late Chauffeuress
HAERLE My dear! Cholly Dreaming lVlan hater
HAMILTION 'What are you doing T. P. Oiqicial chewer Seeking a mate
HAYVKINS Say, do lplook like a Brownie Phoning to Ted Getting married
HOOPER rrgiigim' Bill Jack Qf all -trades - Hgusekeepei-
KAISER Sh!! keep stilll Donald Class giggler , lmitating Nlary
KEVIN W'ho has a little piece of--F That's telling Hunting for pins Professional skater
KOUWENHOVEN But my dear!! L. B. Taking care of Dot German tutor
LEE Is it late? Brother Living up to her Hrepsl' Recuperating
LEHNER Let's see! I. H. Writing notes Pianist
LEVY l've got that all dofneff Horrors! Distributing information Being the boss
MACDOWELL Some little bug Will get you Charlie C. Collecting dues Future Harry Lauder
MACGILLIVRAY I iiiiirsltesiiltiildy. Too fickle Deep thinking I Writing shorthand
MATHESON A lsn't it aw-W-ful? G. C. Wearing Howers Depending on G. C.
MEURER What's at the Bushwick? Um. H. Coloring old clothes Vaudeville star
MOLLER CNothing much.D F Relating trials and tribula- Flirt
MONEYPENNY Lifzfefi, girls!! Shorty K. Peace fesjtqosrei' The only kindergart-
MULLER Oh, for goodness sake! K. H. Absorbing knowledge Geriiian translator
O,BRIAN Cut it out! jack Consuming frappes Nlovie star
OlLEARY Did she call the roll? L. H. Improving complexions Nletropolitan star
RABINOWITZ ............... . . . Ben Working overtime French modiste
ROSENZWEIG Oh, that's fafy! We Won't tell Explaining complex situa- A fount of knowledge
Ross W-W-ait a minute. R. L. Getttjiiiig a man for a dance Being important
SIMONSON Let's hurry! D. F. Wearing a broad smile Southerner's love
STEPHEN CNone.j N ? Runningto college School marm
VVECKSTEIN Whatls that? Loads of them Keeping up the class Hrepll Authoress
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The Nineteen Sixteen Girls are loyal,
Thy name will ever cherished be,
We give a cheer for your royal
Did you ever hear a Kindergartner sing
Soldier Boy, Soldier Boy,
WVhere are you going?
Then carne the call of the brave Knights so true,
I hear the bugle calling, so merry and so free.
Come, Seniors, We are playing,
Oh! I am a jolly miller and I live by the mill
And-a merry band are we,
Standing here so merrily. A
With one, two, three, away We go.
VVith-Jingle bells, Jingle bells,
Jingle all the Way.
Oh! what fun the Seniors have
When their games they play and sing.
A happy day now to you,
A happy day now to you,
A happy day, dear playmates,
A happy day now to you.
Elfazhinn Shnin smh Elhllliwa
lgrwrntrh hg Ihr Sentara uf 1112 Normal Eeparimrni
filling 12, 15113, in thx' Qlhzqarl 551111
HAZEL B. HOOPER
. . . . . . . . Chairman
MARY NIONEYPENNY GRETCHEN HAWKINS
A GRACE DOYLE MARIE DONNELLY
ELLA KOUWENHOVEN ANNA BUSCHER
BAARION BYRNE ELIZABETH MCDONALD
-is for Anderson, lVIay is her name,
She's a charming little miss, and will bring Adelphi fame.
-is for Burnet, a pretty name, I know,
But kindly tell us, Rachel, will it always be just so?
-is for Conklin, who is always on the run.
She's very fond of teasing and is always full of fun.
-is for Donnelly, who is fond of tango teas,
She also works quite hard, trying everyone to please.
-is for energy, with which we do our work.
We always strive the very best our duties not to shirk.
-is for fun that we have in games,
But beware of the fact that they may take your names.
-is for Grodoske, our chum from out of town,
Who is always ready to go home CFD before the sun goes down
-is for Hooper, a very pretty miss,
Who dreams of the future and forgets she's in our midst.
-is for ingenuity, for which we've stood a test,
Keep right at it, classmates, and do your level best.
-is for Juniors, the Class of Nineteen-Seventeen,
They're working hard and have been since Fifteen.
-is for Kaiser, the genius of our school,
Though she's really smart, she likes to play and fool.
-is for Lehner, who is always alert
And never has tried her duties to shirk.
-is for Moneypenny, who helps us do our share,
And when we're too mischievous, she cries aloud, "beware
-is for the notes, so silvery and sweet,
When Gretchen's at the piano, just watch the moving feet
-is for the office, a room just off the hall,
Many go in feeling big and come out feeling small.
-is for the pranks that we play every day,
Woe be to the Junior who passes our way.
-is for the questions we're asked in class, -
If we can't answer them we never can pass.
is for Ross, a merry old soul,
VVho does all her lessons and never gets in a hole.
is for Simonson, one of our commuters,
VVho always has a new joke with which to amuse us.
is for the trains that we run to catch each day,
But when we reach the station theylve started on their way.
is for the union, the good fellowship of all,
We all strive to do good work-and not to fall.
-is for the vigor, vim, and force,
They figure in our college songs and sound just fine, of course.
is for lYeckstein, the most willing worker of all,
She's always busy and finds no time to gossip in the hall.
-is some unknown quantity that turns our Juniors pale,
They wonder at our great success and why we do not fail.
-is for the yesterdays that we have let go by,
But if we get busy, we might catch up by and by.
-is for zeal, by means of which we win,
Defeat we will not stand forg for success we work with vim.
what mnnlh iqzqapvn, Ilf-
Nliss Littig could make us stop talking?
Miss Harvey was early to classes?
' lVliss Roethgen received home work on time?
Miss lvlorse became strict?
lVIiss Conner didn't call us her dear children?
Dr. Henderson didn't tell us about his little girl?
Dr. Ruger gave an easy test?
A. M. B
"When one is contented there is nothing more to be desired."
"A little thing, but large enough to love."
"Whatever I have done is due to patient thought."
"A merry heart maketh a cheerful countenancef'
'cHer stature tall-I hate a dumpy womanf'
"I have found you an argument,
I am not obliged to find you an understanding."
FLORENCE CUSACK '
4'She is small, but pleasantf'
"The only Way to have a 'friend is to be one."
"Style is the dress of thought."
"Oh, bed! bed! bed! delicious bed!
That heaven upon earth to the Weary head,
Whether lofty or low its condition!!!
"I have no other but a WOman's reason:
I think him so because I think him so."
"She doeth little kindnesses which most leave undone or despise."
"Love is not to be reasoned down or lost in high ambition."
"Their love in early infancy began,
And rose as childhood r1pen'd into manf!
'cIf eyes were made for seeing,
Then beauty IS its Own excuse for being."
Ufack shall pipe and Jill shall dance."
"The mildest manners and the gentlest heart."
"Genuine simplicity of heart is a healing and cementing principle
"I know a maiden fair to see,
Take Carel She's fooling thee!"
"'What is the end of study?"
Blushing is the color of virtue. '
VIOLET MAC GILLIVRAY
In measureless content."
NIAUDE MATH EsoN
'4Air and manners are more expressive than words "
"I am myself indifferent."
"Her voice is ever soft, gentle and low-an excellent thing IH a woman
"Gentle of speech, but absolute of rulef,
"We know little of thee,
But that little is good."
RITA O ,BRIAN
"There's a sweet little cherub that sits up alo
To keep watch for the life of poor Jack."
"If in the breast tumultuous joys arise,
lVIusic her soft assuasive voice supplies."
LIBBIE RABINOWITZ '
"Nothing is insignificant-nothing.,'
"I think, therefore I amf'
"Innocence is strongg
A thing most sacred in the eye of Heavenf'
. "So many hours must I take my restg
So many hours must I contemplate."
"Knowledge itself is power."
RACHAEL BURNET '
' "It is better to learn late than never."
"A talent is developed in retirement."
"There's not a minute Without some duty."
Kitty ascends the stage-wild bursts of enthusiasm from the audience-Kitty,
smiling and bowing, takes all the applause for herself Qas only Kitty can and as
Kitty always willl.
When will Flossie Albert ever learn that little girls should be seen and not
There's one thing we like about Ruth Bonham-she does take criticism so
Pass the hat-we are taking up a collection to buy Camille Thompson a bottle
Oh, Adele! why not first try out that trick stuff you use on the dog?
There's one thing in history that Ruth Pettit never will forget, i. e., "All
roads lead to Romef'
If the NIcTigue family doesn7t become famous, it won't be Alice's fault!
Come on now, Cecile, that highbrow talk listens well in Boston-but-l
Oi course, Jessie Burgess, we all know that you're an A-I eriticizer-but just
wait until it's your turn to read a theme in class.
You may think that we are silly,
You may think that we are shy,
Perhaps it wouldn't hurt you
,To know the reason why.
This year is but our first one,
VVe admit the work is hard,
If we didn't, say-now Seniors,
VVould't it be hard?
Weire scared of all the teachers,
Weare lost in halls immense,
VVe simply canit deny it'
VVe do not show much sense!
But when we don our caps and gowns,
The difference won't be seen.
VVe're counting on the deadly black
To cover up the green!
Now, classmates, little Juniors,
Our motto let's rehearse:-
HAS Seniors unto us have done,
Let us do,-'much more.' 9'
Now, hflarion, of course we agree with you that you7re pretty good-but you'll
have to admit that Tennyson was a little better.
Glhr 'iaarhrlnfa iKeurriP
Zllrhrusxrg Sveninra, Nnnrmher, 24, 1915
The Cast of the playlet was:-
Prologue by ..,.
Bachelor . .
Grammar School Girl
High School Girl .
Baxleetball Girl .
Winter Girl .
College Girl .
Rah-Rah Girl .
Society Girl .
Sport Girl .
Actrefy . .
M aliriee Girl .
Riding Girl .
Termi: Girl .
Summer Girl .
Bathing Girl .
Merry Widow ....
lVI1ss MARION MEREDITH
Miss MILDRED CRAWFORD
Miss HULDA WILDFORSTER
Miss ELOUISE TUCKER
. Miss JESSIE BURGESS
Miss ELISABETH MCDONALD
. Miss FRIEDA MATZ
. Miss ALICE MCTIGUE
hflrss KATHERINE MAGEE
. Miss ANGELA MURRAY
MISS GENEVIEVE CULLEN
Miss MYRTLE CUDDEBACK
. Mlss GRACE DOYLE
Miss MARJORIE TUCKER
. Miss HELEN HILLYER
. Miss RUTH PETTIT
Miss NIARGARET FLYNN
. Miss ALMIRA NELSON
Miss Mildred Hancock was at the piano and Miss Alla Otis was the manager.
Gllazia Sung nf the Firhrnarg Svrninra
CTO the tune of "Thom Charlie Chaplin Feefnj
Adelphi College dearg
Adelphi College dearg
To you we are sincere.
We'll give a rah-rah, and cheer you.
Always tru e, .
No matter what you do.
We'll hold you dearest in our hearts, and never
Will 'we let it sever.
Your bright halls,
Always to us recall
A memory loyal, true and sweet and dear,
And loved by one and all.
If ever you're in need, we're sure.
To help you with good heart and pure.
Always with you,
' Dear Adelphi Hall.
Alphabet nf Thr Iliehruarg Sveninrz
A-starts the alphabetical review
Of knocks and boosts of me and you.
If you are hurt, or perhaps pleased,
Don't let us know, we wonlt feel at ease.
B-is for Bernhardt, a studious child,
VVho spends her time on things that are mild.
Also for Byrne, a stranger in class.
C-is for Celia, a nice simple lass.
D-is for Doyle who cuts just for sport.
E-is for Edith, a girl of strange sort.
F-is for Frieda, a very tall lady.
G-is for Genevieve, a society maiden.
H-is for Hancock, our leader will be.
In all the new dances, a genius is she,
And it's for Holzenthaler, a babe in disguise.
I-is for innocence, expressed in her eyes.
J-is for Jacobs, well read is she,
Also for Jessie, we all love to see.
K-is for Kathleen, our slim little blond.
L-is for Lillian, of sweet things she's fond.
M-is for Nlyrtle, who comes from afar,
And for McDonald, a popular star.
N-Notoriety our class has attained.
O-is for Otis, through whose help this we gained.
P-is for pleasure we've had through the year.
Q-is a letter we can't use in here.
R-is for rhythm we have every week.
S-is for suitors whom We all seek.
T-for the Tuckers, not sisters are they,
Both very sweet and always so gay,
Also for Thelma who has just the style
V Wihich keeps our eyes open for quite a while.
U-is for us, symbolic we'll say
Of the good old spirit of the U. S. A.
V-is our voices, which sound just like birds.
W-is Wright, she says many a word.
X-for Xcuses on the tips of our tongues,
VVe give them so often we'll wear out our lungs.
Svnrial 7 mania
Uhr Ahelphi Nnrmal Banu?
The Adelphi Normal students held their Annual lVinter Dance at Adelphi on
Friday evening, February 18, 1916, and as usual a very pleasant evening resulted.
The committee in charge consisted of Lillian Ross CChairmanD, Nlary Nloneypenny,
Ethel Kaiser, Elisabeth McDonald, Ruth Lee, Dorothy Kevin, Thelma Prensky,
and Cathrine Magee. The patronesses Were, Nliss Anna E. Harvey, Miss Nellie
L. Roethgen, Miss Harriet Littig, Mrs. Frank Blodgett, Nlrs. Nelson Nloneypenny
and Mrs. James McDonald. Ailarge number participated in the dance and all
present voted it a great success.
L Eaxllntufrn Idarig
A Hallovvelen Party was given by the Senior Class to initiate the Juniors on
October 30, 1915. The Juniors, by means of various Hallowe'en stunts, furnished
much amusement for the Seniors and the Faculty. The Normal Study Hall Was
prettily decorated with autumn leaves and lack-o-lanterns, and refreshments were
served there. After that, dancing Was indulged in. The committee for the after-
noon Was: Edna Haerle, refreshment, Nlary hfloneypenny, decoration, Ruth
Cragin, entertainment. ,
The Juniors gave a Thanksgiving Party to the Seniors and Faculty on
Wednesday, November 24, IQI5, at which they entertained them with a playlet
entitled, 'cThe Bachelor's Reverief' It was held in the Chapel Hall and, later,
a fine buffet luncheon was served in the gymnasium.
C E LIA B LUM
'cShe is one that could move a mountain OH its base and move it back again
lirm, steady and Constant."
'iYou'll find the friends are few that you can hold,
Be kind to her, she asks for nothing more."
She is sweet and her cheerful disposition doth oft ,pare for her a happy way
with the dance, let joy be unconfinedf'
g'She is a leaiiess, stemless, floating Hower,
From a rainbow's scattered bowerf'
"She is of an even disposition, and will always have friends about herf,
'4Such triumphs as no mortal ever gained
Nlay yet be thinef,
"She wrought and sang from morn till nightg
No lark more blithe than she."
f'Her gentle voice and ways are of pleasant helpfulness and cheer."
':For the heart hath many passages
Through which the feelings roam,
But the middle aisle is sacred,
Over which we each may roam?
"She always did unto others as she would be done by,
And this is the secret of a long life and a happy one."
"Her friends are as countless as the sands of the sea,
And in her does each one find a refuge freef,
"Her modesty doth oft hide her clearness and powerf'
"It would seem to me as though
just a touch of hers, however light,
Vvould make all darkness dayf,
A'She never forgot that a kind word and a smile cost nothing and are precious
jewels to the discouraged."
TH ELMA PRENS KY
"Such was the way
To turn her daily duties into daily praise."
"She reliected from her face the god of light,
And man rejoiced when he saw the sightf'
"Her lips are red as poppiesg
Her hair is smooth and neatg
And in her glad expression
There is always something sweetf'
"Thou dost not dream what forces lie in thee,
Vast and unfathomable as the mighty sea."
L'Like a Wreath of scented flowers
Close entwined each heart with hers."
'AAS a lyke to compare in taste chalk and cheese
"The true sovereign is the Wise Manf'
"Fair was she and like a Howerf'
"Shreds of Wit and Senseless Rhymes
Blundered out a Thousand Timesf'
"Yet not superior to her sex's airs,
The mode she fixes by the gown she wearsf,
"-Ioyousness in thee, like a summer mornf'
JEANETTE C01-TEN A
uhflild as when Zephyrus on Flora breathesf,
"Playful blushes that seemed nought
But luminous escapes of thought."
"For she is gentle that doth gentle deedsf'
"Seize the present moment."
"Harmony with every grace
Plays in the fair proportions of her face."
f'The world is a comedy to those who thinlcg
A tragedy to those who feel?
"To get the good of a book,
' You must go beneath the cover."
- "Above our life we love a steadfast friend."
"My tongue is the pen of a ready writer."
"Red as a rose is she."
Still waters run deep."
"From whose lips divine persuasion flowsf'
4'Be not the first by whom the new is tried,
Nor yet the last to lay the old aside."
Though I am young, I scorn to flit
On the wings of borrowed witf'
4'Nothing is said nowadays that has not been said before
"He was the mildest mannered man!"
"Ambition should be made of sterner stuff."
K. ADELE TODD
Her Words are few, such as move the human heart."
"The power to know, the aim to do."
uShe even has to all allotted, soon or late,
Some lucky revolutions of their fate."
"Wisdom is better than rubies."
"To Wake the soul by tender strokes of art,
To raise the genius and to mend the heart?
"To err is human, to forgive, divinef'
4'Child of the meadows, born of sun and Howersf'
':Nothing is there better than a friend."
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Elriala nfra lhtnrker
Did you ever try to write a knock,
And find out with an awful shock
There really wasn't a thing to say.
She wasn't sad, she wasn't gay,
We couldn't slam her on her looks,
She wasn't 'specially fond of books,
She wasn't a grind, yet never said
Things made right up out of her head,
Like, 'lNapoleon crossed the Rubicon,
Or, "Alfred Noyes was a Spanish donf'
We couldn't knock her on her hair,
That wouldn't have been exactly fair.
She didnit like peanuts or taffy candy,
With brush or pencil she wasn't handy,
She didn't draw, she didn't paint,
She didn't write, she didn't faint.
She hadn't any peculiar ways,
Like wearing rubbers on sunny days.
She never expressed a predilection
To make a postage-stamp collection.
We didn't know of a foible or fad,
She wasn't either good or bad.
She wasn't short, she wasn't tall,
She wasn't thin or fat at all.
She didn't even like to chat,
Now what could you say of a girl like that?
There was a chapel speaker once,
And he was wondrous wise,
He told us that our table-talk
We really should revise.
He said that in this land of ours,
One reason for decay,
YVas that, around the festal board,
Such trivial things we say.
NVe talk of politics or plays,
Spring fashions or baseball,
And of the more important things
We do not talk at all.
He said that it was up to us
To start a new crusade,
And with the Wisdom We had gained,
Come to our country's aid.
He said we should begin at home.
And talk of problems great,
And questions of the State.
There was a college student once,
And she was not so wise,
She listened to this speakerls views,
And then his theories tries,
So topics biological
She sought to introduce,
But oh, alas, for motive's height,
lt wasn't any use.
For when she talked of lobsters' claws,
Darwinls descent of man-
Her brother only stared at her,
And said, "Fd like more hamf'
She turned to themes more popular-
The ethics of all wars,
But when their feelings heated grew,
Their ethics showed some flaws
She tried great Kant's philosophy,
But interest seemed to pall,
The government in ancient Greece-
But no one spoke at all,
The value ofthe classics, sage,
And futuristic art-
At lengthher dad the silence broke,
"I think l'll take a tartf'
Remember that, when speakers come
To talk before a college,
They think to say the humdrum thing
Would quite offend our knowledge
And so a Word of warning here:
When listening to a speech,
lmbibe the theory all you will-
D07'l7f prarficf what lhfy preach.
fs-4 i t sift
With ultra-learned air
He'd sweep the panorama,
And choose this subject rare:
"The psychology of drama,
Or, with meditative phiz,
As stern as the Doxology,
He'd say: 'chfly subject is
The drama of psychology.
And all who heard him rant,
From Nlaine to Alabama,
In ecstasy Would chant:
'WVhat psychology! Wfhat drama!"
And so he felt no Whit
Like making an apology,
For knowing not a bit
Of drama or psychology.
i . N. Y. Timex.
Listen! listen! Hear our rooters greet them,
Cheering with a Weego, Weego, Wy.
Hurry, hurry, we must go to meet them,
That's the team from Adelphi.
Sing their praises,
All are daisies,
Three are here before your eyes.
Weego! weego! That,s a cheer for Margaret,
She is sure to keep the ball,
Grinning, grinning, now there is no need to fret,
Margaret is there-that's all.
See her jump,
Hear that thump,
Once again the rooters call.
Look out! look out! There's the ball in center,
Watch Arlene get on the job.
Nothing, nothing, blocks the ball that's sent her.
People can't sit still-they start to bob,
Sing and shout,
She's the girl can charm a mob.
Helen! Helen! How can we describe her?
There's magic in the way she treats the ball.
Baskets, baskets, watch the score go higher,
Our throats get hoarse, so we can't cheer them all
Sheis the cream
Of every team,
Adelphiis tearn-the finest team of all.
3111 the Elenatnr
Oh, Andrew, wait a moment, please,
There's surely room enough for us,
VVe just can't spare another cut-
Doc. Bowden will make such a fuss.
Did you go to the Senior Tea?
We are packed in here just like sardines,
Did you say he gave you a C?
Some Profs are certainly fiends.
Have you heard the latest about Nliss Gaines
hfly dear, it was a perfect scream-
lXvIr. Hall's sick today, they say,
Dined on lobster and peach ice-cream.
Do you know Frady's newest joke?
Yes, it was Noah sailed in the Ark-
Are you coming to the Junior Prom?
That Freshman at Math's a perfect shark.
Pray Frady wonlt call on me today,
I havenit done a thing all year-
VVhy are you nudging me like that?
I never knew that HE was here.
Say, what's the lesson in English Lit?
Theory of integers, you say?
Who wrote the Ancient Mariner?
VVhat did you have for lunch today?
Suppose this elevator broke,
We'd all go crashing down to-
Page 63 in Arnold's prose-
Oh, this is 3, please let me through.
Where does the Latin lesson stop?
What's the chapter in Psych about?
Oh, teach a lesson on the plum-
Why, this is Where we all get out.
Save time, use the telephone booth!"
Sounds very well, but is far from the truth
XVe stand outside for an hour or two,
VVaiting patiently for her to get through.
Then when it comes our turn to lphone,
Vile find itls too late or time to go home.
Courses in psychology
And pedagogy, too,
English Lit, and history-
Long themes we have to do.
Observations, lesson plans
And methods do We seek,
Nights to cram for hard exams,
And this-for live per Week.
Pe! J ' Eta
9:05. Andrew gathers up a group of girls and starts his flight. "You're late, aren't you?,' he asks,
sympathetically, "and Dr. Bowden won't like it either, will he?"
"But we have French."
"The poor Frenchman, but he don't mind, do he?', comments Andrew, familiar with the ways
of our Profs.
9:10. The Frenchman suddenly wakes up. "Look at the time, ten minutes past nine and only ten
girls here. After this I am going to be strict and call the roll every morning at ive minutes past nine
and if you are not here, you will be absent. Now I am going to have some fun." fWaves a pile of
papers about ecstaticallyj
"Miss Shaeffer, you're a bad girl, you only hand me in one paper out of three. You bad girl, you.
"Miss Nammack, Alma Mater, that's the girl that talks all the time.
"Miss Rochelle Stiles, she has a good style, that girl.
"Miss Flanagan, that's a French name all right.
"Miss Waldron let me see what I ut on this pa er. Semi! ar ait .ri rfavait af beaucou de
a P P
fautff. Oh, yes, would be perfect if there were not so many mistakes.
'4Miss Weiss, you mean girl, you only gave me five pages.
"Miss Jackson, twenty-six pages, that's an A for her all right.
"Miss Powers, trer romcienlieux.
4'Miss, lVIiss-who is this girl, L'Avare?
4'Miss Brown, Florence, thirty pages. That's I0ofZ,, that is.
"Miss IfValdron, you talk all the time. All right for you. You get an F for the term. This is my
logic. You talk, you don't listen. You don't listen, you donit hear. You don't hear, you don't learn.
You don't learn, you don't know. That's right, all right
"Oh, hello Miss Metzger" Qglancing at the clock, which points to 9:30j, "here's your paper. She
comes in once in a While, that girl '
4'Now, I'm going to give you something about Moliere. I'll write it on the boards. You copy it
in your book Then you have correct French. I explain as I go along. You get the language, the gram-
mar, everything at once, and at the same time you learn something. That's practical, very practical.
Now, I explain something that no one else explains. But it should be explained. That's practical.
It's explained in my grammar, but nowhere else. You should be given the phil-ol-o-gy as you go along.
That's practical, practical French. You study. You learn to say,'VVhere are the gray felt slippers of
my grandmother? A table is not an animalf Thatis silly. I teach you practical French.
"Oh, now you can go. Wait, I'm going to have some fun first. Where's my trusty little book?
For demain prepare the next scene in Moliere, so you can translate it at sight in class. Prepare it care-
fully and I will call on you to translate it in class. Goodbye, girlsf'
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lVl1LDRED DOWNEY HARRIET SHARP
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One beautiful day last autumn, a hungry group of Juniors, having a few stray pennies between
them, decided to club together and get a bowl of potato salad and some saltines, Wlhat magnificent
organizations grow out of trivial happenings! Little did they think, as they sat that day, out of their
humble means supplying the department of the interior, that their group would eventually become the
charter members of one of Adelphi's most flourishing societies! Cl-lere I want to insert a Latin quota-
tion about food. How would UPabulum vinci: 67717276137 doij And what, dear friends, is the secret of
their success? Ah! you who have not had ENGLISH 116 will never know. ltis from the dramatists of
yore that we have learned the devious ways of arousing interest. For one thing, every luncheon comes
as a surprise to the majority, and the suspense of at least one member is not lessened during the meal.
The moment of exciting force is ushered in with the dessert, and a triumphant climax takes place after
the last spoonful. The ending, needless to say, is always a most happy one. Various and fitting conclu-
sions are declared by the corps of speakers, and the meeting breaks up with vociferous and hearty
applause from the sympathetic audience. The heroine of the occasion, grasping a newly purchased
volume, is then solemnly escorted across the street, to meet a sordid one o'clock appointment in the
class room. Have I said enough yet to arouse the readers' interest? Ah! then it is time to stop.
Ennis fur Olhaqavl Speakers
pick out an interesting subject.
shift from one foot to the other.
fiddle with your watch chain.
twirl your thumbs.
kick the footlights.
repeat the same thought more than twenty times.
use more than twelve long words at once.
say "and," "but,,, or Heh-h."
talk more than two days or less than five hours.
use notes-forget what you wanted to say.
look over your glasses.
jig, and Clon't step on your own foot.
open or button your coat.
forget that we're all hungry at 11:30.
Herne an la Whitman
The Juniors know more than you suppose.
The Juniors do more than you suppose.
People like the Juniors betterhthan you suppose.
Even in their unusual costumes they look nicer than
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VVe've been working at Adelphi
All the live-long dayg
VVe've been working at Adelphi
just to pass the time away.
Can't you hear our Andrew calling,
"There's no more room in the 'EIWF
When you've climbed up to the fifth fioor,
Bing, goes the fire bell.
VVe've been eating in the lunch-room
All the live-long yearg
lvlacaroni, soup and beans
Sure do cost us dear.
Wfish they'd have another menu
To please our appetites.
If they'd give us chicken pates,
VVe'd never go home nights.
VVe've been crossing Clifton Place
All the live-long dayg
VVe've been crossing Clifton Place
just to pass the time away.
VVe've been using rubbers only-
Wish there was another way.
If they'd give us jitney busses,
Wie feel sure they'd pay.
55? 0liFlil'l9l7 QQ
After several imperative taps of the bell:
PRES: "The meeting will please come to order. Will the officers kindly attempt to be here on
time hereafter? This meeting was called for 12:10, here it is twelve minutes after, with the Secretary
and Treasurer just appearing on the scene!
"The question which is to come up for discussion today is the matter of morning chapel. Shall we
or shall we not have morning chapel? CLoud silence.D Well, hasn't anyone an idea on the subject?
What is the matter with the members of the Junior Class? While I am speaking of the Junior Class, I
should like to say that their line in chapel last Thursday was a disgrace to the college. It was notice-
able for its scarcity, and I request that you arrange the matter so that the whole class will not cut on the
"To return to morning chapel, NIiss T--b--r have you anything to say about this question?"
Miss T-B-R: 'WVell, I think that we all ought to begin the day right. We go around all the time
leading hypocritical lives, or pretending to be someone we are not. It will offer a splendid opportunity
to come together a few minutes in the morning and really be ourselves."
Miss C-M--oN: "Oh yes, I think morning chapel is a wonderful thing. We never half see one
another around college, if we all came together in the morning, it would produce more college spiritf'
Miss T-B-R: "I think Miss C. vou're confusin two entirelv se arate matters. Mornin cha el
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is conducted for the s iritual advanta es which may be ained and 'noi for social ur osesl"
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Miss B- Cindignantlyjz "Half the girls who come from Long Island canit get here for nine o'cIock
classes, let alone getting here at 8:45 for chapel."
PRES: "There are so few girls coming from Long Island that I think we need not take them into
consideration at all. CHeavy satire.j I donit know whether the Normal girls come into this, Iive never
seen any normal girls in chapel. Well, all those in favor ofhaving morning chapel signify by saying,
"Those opposed, please say, "No.,'
' QLOUDER NOISEJ
"Noes, please standf, QCasting her mathematical eye over the multitudej
"The ayes have it!"
I Meeting adjourned on motion.
es! om it-1917 gi
illrahg nn Qlhirkvn Qaiuing
Young ladies, it's a sad thing about
Chickens and their raising. Chickens die
of a drooping black death. They wither
away, their feathers drop one by one,
and they're gone to some place-Heaven
knows wherel Hml Them you hatch
in incubators die toog ihfy never knew a
motherls care! But the worst of all are
turkeys, young ladies. They're the
peskiest creatures alive, if you give them
too much to eat, they die of internal
trouble, and if you don't give 'ern enough
to eat, they catch cold in the feet and die.
In either ease they die, and I tell you,
young ladies, it's pretty poor raising-
We had so many conflicts, that we knew not what to do,
Until Miss Schutz suggested we meet in her "five by two."
That the class begin at nightfall,
And extend to the "wee sma' hours,"
So we might sleep in the bath tub
And be wakened by the showers.
DR. TAYLOR: MA man is drunk when he has had two glasses of beer, accord-
ing to a judgef'
NIAGGIE: "Well I'd make it more." '
DR. FRADENBURGH: "ln the United States there is a circulation of 8597,-
Io8,847 in gold. Have you got much of it, Miss Sharp?',
Miss S.: "No -er -er not muchfj
lVI1ss SLADE: "ls lVlr. Seligman a socialist?"
DR. FRADENBURGH: "No, he's an angel. He died several years ago.',
A Qbnentiun uf make-Hp
' MARION S.: "Yes, you wear a long white beard, Jessie."
JESSIE O.: UI'm so glad, for I know my chin would look round and foolish if
MARION S. Creflectivelyj: "Yes, beards do cover a multitude of chinsf'
Great 132111312 Math Ailelphi Fllntftereh
GENEVEVE YV. BEAVERS CAdelphi, IQO71
QlVlrs. William Pitt Earle,
School of Philanthropy, Charity Organization of New York City.
THEODORA GOLDSMITH CAdelphi, 1901, M.A., Columbia, 19071
Affiftant Superintendent of High Schoolf
Affiftant Principal of Adelphi Academy
EMMA JOHNSTON CAdelphi, 18991
Principal of Brooklyn Teacherf' Training School
MARY E. NIATHEWS CAdelphi, 18991
Superintendent of Library Branches
GWENDOLYN BROWN CAdelphi, 19141
Superintendent of Brooklyn Library Branch
ALICE PFIZER KAdelphi, 1899, M.A., Columbia, IQOZ1
QBHFOIICSS Alice Bachofen von Echt1
Head of Military Hofpital in Graz, Aluxtria
ANNA L. PHILLIPS CAdelphi, 19051
Vice-Principal of Eaftern Diftrict High School
VIOLLETTE SCHARFF CAdelphi, 19001
Ph.D., Uniuerfity of Loufan, Switzerland
META SCHUT7 CAdelphi, 1906, M.A., Columbia, 19151
Affiftant Profeffor of Hiftory, Adelphi College
EMILY C. SEAMAN QAdelphi, 1899, M.A., C0lumbia1
lnxtructor of Biology, Columbia Uniuerfity
ELEANOR WEIR SMITH CAdelphi, 19101
Ejiciency Expert with Lord ES' Taylor, Newilfork
ADA STEPHEN CAdelphi, 19071
CMTS. C. T. Fitts1
Oahu College, Honolulu, Hawaii
ALWIN THALER CAdelphi, 19071
Inxtructor in N orthweftern U niverfity
MARY J. THACKERY QAdelphi, 19011
Head of Williamfburgh Branch of Brooklyn Public Library
KATE E. TURNER CAclelphi, 19031
Vice-Principal of Erafniux Hall High School
MARION "ROCHESTER" WHITE QAdelphi, 19111
Head of Bronx Branch of Public Employment Bureau
Flirttnk B. Elnhgvii, A. 13111.
lflhihag, April 7, 1915
AI my tfamnkign Amnpmg uf mum
PROCESSIONAL . . . Triumphal March,-Grieg
INVOCATION . . . Rev. Charles Carroll Albertson, D.D.
INTRODUCTORY REMARKS S
hir. James H. Post, President of Board of Trustees, Adelphi College
Justice Frederick E. Crane, Chairman
ADDRESS . . . The Governor of the State of New York
MUSIC ADDRESS . . Nicholas Murray Butler, Ph.D., j'ur.D., LL.D.,
President of Columbia
ADDRESS . John H. Finley, AMI., LL.D., L.H.D.
President of University of State of New York
ADDRESS Alexander Meiklejohn, Ph.D., LL.D., President of Amherst College
MUSIC GREETINGS Fred W. Atkinson, Ph.D., President of Polytechnic Institute
Edward Goodwin, L.H.D., President of Packer Collegiate Institute
Honorable George D. Pratt, Treasurer of Pratt Institute
ADDRESS OF WELCOME , Rev. S. Parkes Cadman, D.D., S.T.D., L.H.D.
INAUGURAL ADDRESS . . . . President of Adelphi College
MUSIC RECESSIONAL . . Festival March,-Laehner
Saturday, june 5zfh.'
Class Luncheon, Hotel Bossert.
Sunday, fum 6th, 7:45 P.
Tuefday, june Sth:
Baccalaureate Sermon by the Rev. Dr. S. Parkes Cadman
in the Central Congregational Church.
Senior Promenade, Hotel St. George.
Wednefday, june Qlh, 8:15 P.
Class Day Exercises in College Hall.
Thursday, fum? 10th, 3:15 P.
Saturday, fume I2Zh.'
The Nineteenth Annual Commencement of Adelphi College
in the Opera House of the Brooklyn Academy of hlusic.
Alumnae Supper and Entertainment in the College Hall.
BILJSIC ..... Professor YVilliam Armour Thayer
THE COMMENCEMENT PROCESSION
THE INVOCATION Rev. Arthur J. Smith, D.D.
MUSIC ....... "Hail to Adelphiv
ADDRESS-'lThe College and Afterwards" Dr. Sarah Louise Arnold
Dean of Simmons College, Boston, NIass.
MUSIC ...... 'lHail, Adelphi"
AWARD OF JUNIOR COLLEGE CERTIFICATES.
AWARD OF DIPLOMAS FOR IKINDERGARTNERS.
ANNOUNCEMENTS AND AWARDS OF PRIZES AND I-IONORS.
PRESENTATION OF CANDIDATES FOR THE DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF ARTS.
PRESENTATION OF CANDIDATES FOR THE DEGREE OF MASTER OF ARTS.
MUSIC ...,... "Bright College Years"
BENEDICTION . Rev. Samuel Parkes Cadman, D.D., S.T.D.,
IVIUSIC .... Professor YVilliam Armour Thayer
011211111 Eng Glnmmiitrv
LEAH STURDEVANT, Chairman
NIAY BEHMAN iX4IR1AM SELSS
RUTH MCCAY HARR1ET SMITH
ESTELLE PRICE ELSA STUMPF
CLA RISSA PETTIT, ex-ojicio
Gilman Bag Hrngram
I. Pr.e,via'eht'J Afddreff
H. Down the Aifle of Time.
HI. The Wrath of the Goddefr:
Scene: The Land of Spirit
Time: june 9, 2015
Juno: Clarissa Pettit
The Spirits of Class of IQI5.
IV. The Song of IQI5
IXIADELINE OTT, Composer
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Glnllvge ihnnnrn nnh Elgris-1125
Honors for the attainment of highest excellence in the work of the several
departments during the Senior College course are awarded among members of
the Graduating Class as follows:
Ein the Biuininn nf Qiatnrg anh lghilnanphg
Zin ihr Ennnrtnirnt nf iiiaturg uf Art
Louise Nlay Hall
Zin tin' Erpnrtmrnt nf Eitatnrg
Grace hflargaret Allen Dorothy Zehner Ottilia Nlaria Stehlin
lin Thr Erpnrtnwni nf illliilusnnhg
Bertha Catherine Helmken Marjorie Hunt Florence Johanna Isenburger
Zin this Evpnrt111r11i nf Suriulngg
Florence Johanna lsenburger
Zin thn Islinizinn nf languages anh Eiinrntnrra
Zin 1111: Erpnrtmviri nf iEng1isah
Louise May Hall Harriet Elizabeth Smith
Florence Johanna Isenburger Dorothy Zehner
Zin Ihr Ewnrtmrrtt nf Eflrrnrh
Nlarjorie Hunt Esther Eva lvalzer Harriet Elizabeth Smith
Zin the Brpnrtnwnt nf German
Bertha Catherine Helmken Nlarjorie Hunt
Zin the Ernnrhnrnt nf martin
' Edith Rose Burns
Zin the Eiuiniun nf Mnihvmntiru nnh Evrivnrm '
Zin the Erpnrimrni nf mathrmntirz
Janet Wylie McCracken
The George Francis Barlow Medal, signifying the Hrst honors in the Class of
IQI7, for the two years of the Junior College course were awarded:
1. Zin the Bvpartmrnt uf Eaxngusxgru anh Eitvraturma In
Margaret Van Cortlandt Graesser '
2, Zin the Eiuininn uf Qisturg anh lghiluznphg in
Jessie Harriet Holland Grgill
3, Ein the Eiuisiun uf illlizrilirmaiira anh Svrimrrz in
Nlargaret Kissam Swan
4. Uhr Sufism illvurmrhn flllvhal ia zuuarhrh tu
Josephine Nlonaco, who showed the highest pronciency in the
study of the Italian Language and Literature
Upon the request of the student body the Faculty has instituted a society
based upon scholarship modeled after the National Phi Beta Kappa Society. The
following members of the Class of IQIS have been appointed to this Society:
Grace Nlargaret Allen ' Florence Johanna Isenburger
Bertha Catherine Helrnken Janet Wylie hfIcCracken
Marjorie Hunt Harriet Elizabeth Smith
1 Dorothy Zehner
Zlirnm the 0112155 uf 1511?
George Francis Irwin
2 1 6
Fe S 01111 -1917 QQ
Five free scholarships of the value of S180 each are awarded annually to those
candidates for admission to the incoming Freshman Class who show the highest
proficiency in competitive examination upon subjects required for admission. The
winners in this competitive examination this year are as follows:
Q 1. Dora Shapiro, ofthe Girls' High School
2. Claire Jackson, ofthe Girls' High School
3. Edna May Allen, ofthe Girls, High School
4. hlary Y. Ranous, of hlanual Training High School
5. Viola Schwartje, of the Newtown High School
Uhr Ahrlphi Arahrmg Syrhularahip 111215 aniarhrh tn
Lucy Powell Brower, of the Class of IQIS
Uhr Sarah Urmsrlgra iiiiakrr flllrmurial Svrhnlarshiii fur Ihr gran'
1515-15113, mas zuuarhrh tu
Susan hilary dePeyster, ofthe Class of 1916
Uhr Biaghrn M. whrrlrr illllrmurial Srhnlarahip fur thr grin'
1 E115-1211 B, uma auuarhrh in
Theresa Wolfson, of the Class of 1917
Uhr Uarnlinr Hiluthilhr Qrhrr Srhnlarahips fur ihr gran'
1 H 1 5-15 15, uirrr aiuarhrh in thr
Class of 1916, to George Francis Irwin
Class of IQI6,TOJC211'1 Marshall Lucas
Class of 1916, to Frances Augusta XVilson
Class of 1918, to Ella Amelia Taylor
ihnlhrrz uf Ulllniurraitg Svrhulurzhipan uf Ihr Stair nf Nrhi Earl:
arr matrirulntrh in Ahrlphi Uullrgr as fullumaz
Dorothea S. Ailel
Edna Nlay Allen
Anna Lillian Bowles
Nellie C. Brink
Edna L. Burtis
Jessie Mitchell De Motte
hiary A. Fox
lVlay Nlagdalene Holbrook
Mary P. King
Louise Cooper Lane
Josephine C. Lewinsohn
Gertrude E. Macpherson
Lolita E. Metzger
Hilclegarde B. Schalck
Gertrude A. Smith
julia V. 1fVeiss
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Ari Svrhnnl ililvhaln
At the annual exhibition and competition of the students of the Art School,
held lVlonday, Tuesday and Wednesday, June 7th, Sth and 9th, the judges of award
were Harry C. Edwards, Benjamin Eggleston and Max Hermann. Medals for
excellence were awarded as follows:
Elini' Eraiuing ftnm ihe Antiqur
Drawing of the head-First Prize, Silver Medal
Katherine Edna Lemaire, with honorable mention of Adele Day
Drawing of the Figure-First Prize, Gold Nledal
Dorothy S. Hughes, with honorable mention of Vincent Horton
Elinr Brzuuing frnm Mite
Drawing of the Head-First Prize, Silver hrledal
Tora VVilberforce, with honorable mention of Henry A. Nliller
Drawing of the Nude Figure-First Prize, Gold hledal
Tora 'Wilberforce, with honorable mention of Evelyn N. Parker
Zlinr Painting from Eifv
Painting of the Draped Figure-First Prize, Silver hfledal
Tora 'Wilberforce, with honorable mention of Henry A. hfliller
Painting of the Nude Figure-First Prize, Gold Nledal
Tora NVilberforce, with honorable mention of Dianiso Berardinelli
Iliur Greuivat Zlmprnuvnrrnt in Brzuuing Eating 1119 Evan'
Silver Nledal, lkflarie H. Tilyou
Now the hour's begung
Watch the little grains,
See how fast they run.
Teacher, dear, explains
Things we've left undone.
Lesson halfway throughg
Goodness! But itls slow.
Teacherls in a stew,
'Cause We do not know
Things she wants us to.
Rejoice, give thanks and sin
The sands of time are run.
Well quit the stupid thing,
And have some fun.
ADAMS, MARGARET, N .
AFFEL, DOROTHY, 717 .
A141NS, EDITH, '18 .
ALBERT, FLORENCE, N ,
ALLEN, GRACE, '14 .
ALLENSPAC11, EVELYN, ,I7
ALLISON, MAR1E, '14 .
ALTORISO, SALVATORE, 1-I
ANDERSON, ETHEL, '15
ANENBERG, FLORA, ,18
ANWARTER, FREIDA, 'IQ
AUBE, ESTA, ,18 . .
AUNGST, RUBEN, F .
BACHMAN, DOROTHY, ,16
BAKER, ETHEL, .J .
BALDWIN, HELEN, '18 .
BALDWIN, NATAL1E, N .
BARNUM, GERTRUDE, ,I4
BARUCH, SARA, U .
BARRET, ISABELLE, '19
BARZILAY, CLARA, N .
BATH, MAEEL, ,18 .
BEARMAN, M1R1A11, '17
BECKER, fXLVA, 714 ,
BECKER, FLORENCE, ,I4
BEDELL, ALICE . .
BEHMAN, MARGARET, ,IS
BELL, MAY, A , .
BENNET, GLADYS, ,IQ .
BERNHARD, ILMA, 719 .
BERNHARDT, ALMA, N .
BERQUIST, HELEN, 314 .
B1ERSHENK, ANNABELLE, '18
BLANK, RfIARGARET, '14
BLODGETT, FRANK, D., F.
BLUM, CECILIA, N. .
BOENIG, ROSA M., ,IS .
BOND, BENITA, '18 ,
BONHAM, RUTH, N. .
BOTSFORD, E1v11LY, ,I4 .
BOWDEN, GENEVIEVE, ,18
BOWDEN, JOSEPH, F. ,
2-70 Lalayette Ave.,
106 Rodney St.
54 Downing St.
zo48 E. 14th St.
857 St. Alarks Ave.
. 480 oth St.
. 160 E. 23d St.
. 401 4'l1l'1 St.
241 Carlton Ave.
IO4 Garfleld Place
506 NVilloughby Ave.
34 Richmond St.
583 Macon St.
244 NVilloughby Ave.
1422 President St.
Q5 St. Marlds Ave.
IO NVOOdruFf Ave.
. 150 6th Ave.
1095 Prospect Place
487 Bedford Ave.
. 1365 48th St.
New Brighton, L. I.
, 576 73d St.
65 Wlest 87th St.
676 East 2ISt St.
997 Greene Ave.
. 57 7th Ave.
169 Sterling St.
321 Neck Road
Q2 NVooClruPf Ave.
II2 Orchard St,
. 1571 47th St.
Northport, L. I.
706 Macon St.
327 East ioth St.
. 189a Floyd St.
157 Meeker Ave.
. 1250 43d St.
IO3O East 1Oth St.
. 39 Monroe St.
187 Nlontrose Ave.
24 Clifton Place
24 Clifton Place
BOWDEN, SYDNEY, N. .
BOXVLES, ANNA, 'IQ .
BRANDON, lsA1sELLE, '19
BRADY, MARION, J. .
BRAY, LUCILLE . .
BRENNAN, ALICE, '18 .
BRENNER, IRICA, '18 .
BRINK, NELLIE, '18 .
BROMMER, DOROTHY, '16
BROPHY, ALICE, '16 .
BROWER, LUCY, '19 .
BROWN, FLORENCE, '16
BURFORD, ESTHER, '17 .
BURGESS, JESSIE, N. .
BURN!-ET, RACHEL, N. .
BURNS, RIARY, ,IQ
BUR'I'1s, EDNA, '17
BUSCHER, ANNA, N. .
BYRNE, NIARION, N.
CADMAN, S. PARRES, F.
CALIERON, R'lARGARE'l', '16
CANDIDUS, GESINE, A. .
CAPLIN, STELLA, 'IQ .
CAPPEL, EJXIMA . .
CARLEN, RosE, '17 .
CAREY, NIARGARET, '19
CASXVELL, CLARA, '14 .
CAXVL, RUTH, '15 .
CEDERSTROIII, FRANCES '16
CHURCH, DOROTHY, A.
CLARK, HELEN, '19 .
COHEN, SARAH, ,IQ .
COLYVELL, W. A., F. .
CONNORS, ANNA, '17 .
COPEMAN, ELSIE, '15 .
COREY, GRACE, '16 .
CORRELL, HELEN, '18 .
COWAN, ANNIE, '18 .
COWENHOVEN, CATHERINE, '16 .
CRANE, NIARCARET, ,IQ
CRANE, WILLIAM, A. .
CRONR, EUCENIE, ,IQ .
CROUCH, ARTHUR A.
CROWELL, MILDRED, N.
CUDDEBACH, lMlYRTLE, N.
CUEVAS, ROSALIA, F. .
CULLEN, GENEVIEVE, N.
CUMMINGS, LAURA, N. .
CURTIN, CARRIE, ,IS .
CUSACK, FLORENCE, N.
D'A1vIOUR, RAPHAEL, F.
DANN, ROLAND . .
DANA, DOROTHY, ,IQ .
DAVIDSON, IRENE, '16 .
DAVIS, CECELIE, N. .
DAVIS, JOHN A., A. .
DAVIS, WINIFRED, N. .V .
DAVISON, BLANCHE, '16
DAVISON, EDNA, N. .
DAY, ADELE, A. .
DEHLER, ELSIE, N.
DELANEY, ELLA, ,IQ .
. 231 Fenimore St.
. . 474 54th St.
. 141 McDonough St.
IZOZ Oak St.
773 East 14th St.
. 231 Union St.
. . 252 Carroll St.
. . 269 Wierield St.
205 Walnut St., Richmond Hill
. . 978 Park Place
. . 311 Rugby Road
Q2 Brooklyn Ave., Freeport, L. I.
. . 645 East 24th St.
. 22 Maple St.
. . 6oo Third St.
. 571 Bainbridge St.
203 Van Buren St.
. Valley Stream, L. I.
. 293 Carroll St.
. 64 Ielierson Ave.
260 Cumberland St.
770 St. Mark's Ave.
. 338 McDonough St.
945 Prospect Place
. . 2oo Vernon Ave.
. 230 St. james Place
7 Toledo Ave., Elmhurst, L. L
. 1378 President St.
. . 616 East 21st St.
. 38 Stratford Road
. 236 Greene Ave.
. 234a Vernon Ave.
. . 135 Ocean Parkway
. . 122 Fenimore St.
183 Union St., Flushing, L. I.
. 94 Prospect Park, West
, . 356 Union St.
, . 61 South St.
. 5024 18th St.
810 Birch St.
1232 Pacific St.
. 89 Fenimore St.
. 572 Carlton Ave.
3oo Lafayette Ave.
, 310 West 113th St.
. 125 Lafayette Ave.
254 83d St.
. 82 Fenimore St.
186 Berkeley Place
. . 611 Putman Ave.
. 870 Macy Place, Bronx, N. Y.
, 374 Hancock St.
1520 Marlborough Road
. . 43'I Classon Ave.
. . 506 Willard St.
. , Amityville, L. I.
. 273 St. Mark's Ave.
IO22 Curtis Ave., Richmond Hill
. . 363 Carlton Ave.
152 Madison St.
48 Halleck Ave.
. 157 Garfield Place
DENIAREST, HELEN, '17
DEMOTTE, JESSIE, ,IQ .
DESIDERO, ANTHONY, A.
DEXTER, PRISCILLA, ,I4
DISBROW, GENEVA, A. .
DIVINE, AGNES, ,I7 .
DODGE, HELEN, A. .
DONALDSON, NIILDRED, N.
DONNELLY, IVIARIE, N.
DOUGLAS, LOUISE, '16 .
DOWNEY, MILDRED, ,17
DOYE, ALICE, '19 .
DOYLE, GRACE, N. .
DRAUDT, ELSA, F. .
DRESSLER, ERNESTINE, '17
DREws, CHARLOTTE, '18
DRIZAL, NIARIE, '18 .
DROSNESS, REGINA, A.
DUMPROEE, HELEN, A.
DUNN, BEATRICE, A. .
DUNTZE, KATHERINE, ,I4
EBELING, EMIWA, N. .
EDGREN, ROBERT, A. .
ELLARD, CORA, '19 .
ELLSWORT1-1, EVELYN, '19
ELY, RUTH, ,IQ . .
ENSELBERG, ESTHER, '16
EVANS, KATHLEEN, N.
EWALD, HARRIOT, '16 .
FANELLI, EDVVIN, A. .
FARR, RXIABEL, Lib1'm'ian
FASANO, CLARA, A. .
FEINNIAN, BEATRICE, ,IQ
FELLOXVS, JUANITA, N.
FENNING, FLORENCE, 7I4
FERGUSON, NIABEL, ,IQ
FERRER, MRS. JOSE, N., A. .
FISCI-IER, LOUISE, '18 .
FIXSEN, lVlABEL, N. .
FITZPATRICK, GRACE, A.
FLANAGAN, MARJORIE, ,IQ
FLAWS, ELLEN, '18 .
. . Queens, N. Y.
I4 Howard Place, Jersey City
. . 131 Stone Ave.
. . . 1268 81st St.
397 Macon St.
. . 408 8th Ave.
819 Lincoln Place
1301 Park Place
. 1725 East 17th St.
Babylon, L. I.
. 726 Ocean Ave.
. 1 I7 Berkeley Ave.
. 355 Hancock St.
38 Cambridge Place
. 950 St. NIark'S Ave.
. . 223 Cornelia St.
. 334 East 124th St., New York
. . 1906 Douglas St.
. . 58 lVIonroe St.
A 130 Halsey St.
. Paterson, N.
. I'I7Z East Ioth St.
. Sea Gate
141 Gates Ave.
292 Ryerson St.
. 364 Macon St.
302 Pulaski St.
138 Clarkson St.
. . 1211 Ave. N.
. Ioo4a Putnam Ave.
. 556 Lafayette Ave.
. . 197 Navy St.
. 576 Willoughby Ave. F.
. 232 Quincy St.
. 48 St. IolIn's Place
. . 358 Lincoln Road
. . 109 Sterling St.
72 Shore Ave., Union Course, Richmond Hill
. , 512 Monroe St.
. . 334 East 17th St.
. . . 54 Ocean Ave.
. . 385 lVlonroe St.
FLEMMING, HENRIETTA, Srcrslary . . IO East 16th St., New York
FLYNN, ALICE, '18 . . . . . . 205 Van Buren St.
FLYNN, HESTER, '16 . . 4367 Grafton Ave., Richmond Hill
FLYNN, MARGARET, ,IQ ' . . , . 670 Putnam Ave.
FOX, lNlARIE, '18 . . . . . Freeport, L. I.
FRADENBURGH, ADELEERT, F. , , 182 Klidwood St,
FRANK, lVlIRIAM, '18 .
FRIEDLANDER, ANNA, ,I7
FRIEDNIAN, ANNA, ,I4 .
'GALLAGHER, BESSIE, N.
GAINES, ELIZABETH, F.
'GEER, ROSALIE, U. .
GEEVERT, MAUD H., F.
GENNER, FLORENCE, N.
GERARD, MADELINE, N.
GERMANN, GEORGE, F.
GIESEKI, HENRYETTA, N.
GILLEN, ANNA, N. .
GILLESPIE, MAE, N. .
GILMORE, FLOY V., F.
8 Fiske Ave., NVin1C1eld, L. l.
. . 241 Stockton St.
. . Sea Cliff, L. I.
. 449 Lafayette Ave.
. 296 Ryerson St.
. 241 NVashingtOn Ave.
. I4 Fuller Place
. 654a Lafayette Ave.
. Ryder Ave., Patchogue
. 167 Rutland Road
. 202 Hancock St.
. . 36 Bay 35th St.
. . 388 Putnam Ave.
610 VV. 111th St., New York
GIRDNER, ADELA, '18 .
GIRDNER, EVELYN, '19 .
GLATHE, LAUGUSTA, '18
GOERRE, SELMA, N. .
GOFFIN, BERTLIA, N. .
GOMEERS, ADINE, '16 .
GORDON, AIABEL, '14 .
GORDON, RUT1-1, '18 .
GRAESSER, AIARGARIET, '17
GRANT. GRACE, '15 .
GREGORX', HELEN, '19 .
GRODOTSKE, ALARION, N.
GRoss1IAN, CiLADYS, '16
DE Gnucnv. GLADYS, 'I7
HAIXILIEN, I'lENRlETTA, N.
FIAERLE, EDNA, N. .
HALL, EDGAR A., F. .
l.'lALL, LouIsE', '15 ,
HALLHECR, CARIN, '19 .
I'lALPIN, .ANNA, '18 .
HABIILTON, IOSEPHINE, N.
I-IARINIAN, ETHEL, N. .
IJAMRA, IQAREEN, J. .
LIANCOCK, AIILDRED, N.
HANN, ALICE, '19 .
LIANNEXVALD, AIILDRED, '19
LIANSON, ZELRIA, 'IS .
FIARDING, DOROTHY, '17
HARRISON, RIAUDE .
HARTISCPI, LILLIAN, N.
HAR1'AlAN, EIENNIE, N.
HART, ISADELLE, N. .
HAYXVKINS, FRANCES, '19
LIAXVKINS, GILETCHEN, N.
HARVEY, ANNA E., F. .
I'lAY, SUSAN, '19 . .
HAYWARD, DONALD, A.
LIAYVVARD, ELSIE, '14 .
HEAD, AQILDRED, N. ,
PIEALY, I'l'AZEL, '17 .
IJEDGER, AIARION, '19 .
HELFST, SOPHIE, '16 .
HELMKEN, BERTIIA, '15
47 W. 71st St., New York
. 47 W. 71st St., New York
. 519 Ioth St.
1155 Bushwick Ave.
172 Pennsylvania Ave.
. 53.7 Madison St.
. 364 Claremont Ave.
, 364 Claremont Ave.
260 Clinton Ave.
. 418 Madison St.
. . 628 li. 32d St.
78M Ray St., Jamaica
- 1066 Lincoln Place
440 Prospect Place
8516 Ft. Hamilton Ave.
, . 419 5th St.
. . 420 Park Place
. , 1422 52d St.
ISI NV. 87th St., New York
, . . Greenlawn, L. l.
758 NN7ill0ughbj.' Ave.
. 213 Lee Ave.
. 85 State Sr.
88 Hendrick St.
1304, Carroll St.
401 Gates Ave.
. 542 Dean St.
. 2121 Foster Ave.
270 St. James Place
1966 Hornecrest Ave.
2022 Regent Place
Northport, L. l.
. Glen Cove, L. 1.
638 McDonough St.
238 Washington Ave.
S0 Winthrop St.
. 607 Flatbush Ave.
, 131 Clifton Place
. 505 9th Sr.
973 Park Place
Glen Cove, L. I.
. 519 Chauncey St.
. 1321 Ave. G
HENDERSON, ERNEST N., F. .... 391 Lafayette Ave.
HILL, JESSIE, N. . .
IHILLYER, HELEN, N. .
HINES, HAZEL, N.
IHODGON, LIELEN, fl. .
HOFFMAN, EVELYN, N.
HOFFNIAN, NIARY, '18 .
HOLBROOK, BALARY, '19 , '
LIOLLANVAY, R. E., F. .
HOLLENDER, BEATRICE, N.
HOLLYWOOD, lVIARTHA .
HOLZENTHALER, GRACE, N.
HOOD, GRACE, '19 .
HOOPER, HAZEL, N. .
HORNBECK, FLORENCE, N.
HORTON, VINCENT, A. .
HOWARD, IDA NIAY, '15
HOYT, RUTH, '14 ,
HUNT, NIARJORIE, '15 .
HUSTON INDIA N. .
825 Nlaclison St.
' A21 Deems Ave., NVest Brighton, N. Y.
900 Lincoln Place
335 Lafayette Ave,
. 4402 Iltll Ave.
. , 341 11th St.
. 279 Cooper Ave.
. 203 Underhill Ave.
233 Lynch St.
I4 Clifton Place
. 58 Covert St.
. 920 Delamere Place
186 Arlington Ave.
1078 Park Place
230 Stuyvesant Ave.
257 Stuyvesant Ave.
516 'Washington Ave.
329 Clifton Place
Io2 Macon St.
HYDE, NIRS. IQATHERINE C., U. . - 470 7-d Sf-
HYNES, SADIE, '18
IRWIN, GEORGE, '16 .
ISENBERGER, FLORENCE, '15
JACKENS, DOROTHEA, '18
JACKSON, CLAIRE, '19 .
JACOBS, LILLIE, N. .
JAEGAR, GERTRUDE, N.
JAMISON. PAULINE, A. ,
JAQUILLARD, VIOLA, N.
JENNINGS, MARY, '18 .
JESSUP, ELIZABETH, N.
JOHNSON, GEORGIA, A.
JOHNSON, MARY, '19 .
JOHNSTON, RUTH, '18 .
JUDGE, BEATRICE, '18 .
KAISER, ETHEL, N. .
KANOUSE, MARJORIE, '19
KELLEHER, LILLIAN, '18
KELLY, AMY, '17 . .
KEMLO, ELIZABETH .
KENNEDY, DOROTHY, '15
KENNEDY, MARY .
KERR, PHYLLIS, A. .
KEVIN, DOROTHY, N. .
KILROE, ANNA, '19 .
KINCAID, '15 .
KING, JANE, A. . .
K1NG, NIARY, '19 .
KINGSLEY, EVELYN, '18
KLING, JEANNETTE '19
KNOWLES SOPHIE I4
IKNOB. CHARLOTTE 8
VON KNULL ADELINE A
KOHN, ROSALIND, 9 .
KOLKER, ROSALIND, N.
KosTER, ANNA, '16 .
KOWENHOVEN, ELLA, N.
KUHNLA, ERNESTINE, '14
IKUNTZLER, ANIALIE, N.
KUNZE, lV.lILDRED, '15 .
KURZROK, ESTHER, '19
KINKEL, ELIZABETH, '14
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LANE, GERTRUDE, N. .
LANE, LOUISE, '19 .
LANNIN, lVlARJORIE, 'IQ
LATTS, HELEN, '19 .
LAUX, ESTELLE, '14 .
LAWSON, ANNA, A. .
LAY, HELEN, 'IQ . ,
LEBLANC, lVlARIE, '16 .
LEDERHILL, MABEL, '17
LEE, RUTH, N. . .
LEE, ELIZABETH, A. .
LEHNER, FLORENCE, N.
LEMAIR, IKATHERINE, A.
LENFEST, RUTH, '19 .
LEUTERITZ, ELIZABETH, '14
LEVY, SADIE, N. . .
. 18 Polhemus Place
174 South Elliott Place
. 93 Schenck Ave.
. 247 71st St.
. 275 Halsey St.
. 339 Stratford Road
, . 168 Hall St.
. 257 Clermont Ave.
. I7 Ocean Ave.
109 Schermerhorn St.
. 126 Gates Ave.
259 Hillside Ave., Jamaica
259 Hillside Ave., Jamaica
. 232 Hancock St.
. 922 President St.
660 Delamere Place
. II I4 Jamaica Ave.
. 230 4th St.
. 48 2nd St.
. 315 Macon St.
. . 104 Clymer St.
1024 Hudson St., Hoboken, N. Y.
. . 2822 Ave. K
252 Gates Ave.
541 Bergen St.
. 413 2nd St.
175 Park Place
Northport, L. I.
. 1715 Ave. H
. 131 Winthrop St.
. 4114 Jerome Ave.
888 Ocean Ave.
. 447 E. 4th St.
1496 Bedford Ave.
. . 432 Sth Sr.
441 Eastern Parkway
. 165 Floyd St,
1327 Coney Island Ave.
, 134 Van Siclen St.
St., Port Amboy, N. J.
195 Sunnyside Ave.
. 1719 78th St.
. ZI Polhemus Place
99th St., 7 Shore Road
. 323 Carleton Ave.
. 896 Sterling Place
. 191 Carleton Ave.
1367 Eastern Parkway
. 394 Sterling Place
. 43 Madison St.
. 1964 82d St.
263 East 23d St.
. . 240 84th St.
. 75 McDonough St.
1530 McCormick Ave.
41 Queens Boulevard, Elmhurst, L. I.
. 35 Grove St.
. . 1524 76th St.
81 Pilling St.
. 291 Division Ave.
LEWINSOIIN, JOSEPHINE, ,IQ .
LEYVIS, EDNA, ,17 . .
LEWIS, SUSIE, '18 . .
LINDE, IVIILDRED, ,IQ . .
LORENZE, lVIARGARET, ,IQ .
LOWVENSTEIN, HARRY, fl. .
LOWE, BERT!-IA, '18 .
LUCAS, JEAN, '16 . .
LUCKE, MARGARET, '18
LUDEIIAN, LILLY, '18 .
MCCAY, RUTH, ,IS . .
MCCRACKEN, JANET, '15 .
NICCRACKEN, LVIARION, '14 .
MCDONALD, DOROTHY, '18 .
MCDONALD, ELIZABETH, N. .
MCDOVIIELL, ELIZABETH, ,I4
IVICIDOWVELL, .NIARJORIE .
NICDOVVELL, RACHAEL, '18 .
RCICGUINNESS, N. A . .
NICILVANE, LAURA, . .
NICKINNEY, NIARY, N. .
NICKINNEY, NIARGARET, N. .
MCKINNEY, NIARY, N. .
MCLEAN, ETHEL, ,IQ .
MCMANN, CLAIRE, N. .
MCSHERRY, CECELE, N.
MCTIGLYE, ALICE, N. . .
IVIACDONALD, ROBERTA, N. .
MACDOVVELL, LIELEN, N. .
MACDOW'ELL, NIARJORIE, N.
INLACGILLIVARY, VIOLET, N. .
MACGRATH, ANNA, ,IQ .
INIIACIKAY, RUTH, ,IQ .
RCIACKSEY, RfIARION, ,I6 .
NIACONCKY, SIMPSON, fl. .
IVIACPHERSON, GERTRUDE, '18
NIAGEE, IQATHRYN, N. . .
INIAHONEY, ANNA, '18 . .
MALOUBIER, EUGENE, F. .
.RfIANCINI, FRANK .
IWANTIO, R"IARIO . .
IVIARGOLIS, IENNIE, N.
iNlARK, FRANCIS, ,IQ .
MARTIN, NIABEL, '16 .
IVIATHESON, R'IAUDE, N.
RfIATZ, FRIEDA, N. .
lVIAUER, NIARION, N. . .
MAYER, FRANCES, N. . .
RAIAYORGA, MARGARET G., '16
RQEADE, ELEANOR, N. . .
MEDD, NIIRIAIII, '18 - . .
MEFFLE, AGNES . .
IVIEREDITH, RfLARION, N.
LIERRIL, EVELYN, N. .
MERRY, GERTRUDE, 718
INIETZGER, LOLITA, ,18 .
IVIETZGER, LOUISE, ,IS .
iN4EUER, EMILY, N. .
IXIIEYER, EMMA, 714 .
RIIIEGS, DOROTHY, N. .
MILLER, KATHERINE .
MOHRNIANN, CLARA, '16 .
TNIOLLER, LOUISE, 'IS ,
MOILER, DORA, N. .
. 202 Pennsylvania Ave.
429 Richmond St., Richmond Hill
. . 225 Halsey St.
. . Q2 Stuyvesant Ave.
. 486 East 28th St.
669 Park Place
. 141 Greene Ave.
110 Cambridge Place
. 21 Suydam Place
153 Rivington St.
. 136 Hawthorne St.
- . 842 Lafayette Ave.
. 842 Lafayette Ave.
. 5 5O 7th St.
. 550 7th St.
77 Leiierts Place
. 85 Lee Ave.
77 Leiferts Place
. 98 Decatur St.
. 206 Clinton Ave.
160 Westminster Road
169 Westminster Road
169 Westminster Road
. Q2 Fairview Ave.
. 694 Lincoln Place
900 St. Johns Place
. . Far Rockaway
457 Park Place
. 85 Lee Ave.
. 85 Lee Ave.
254 Clarkson St.
. 528 46th St.
A . Nutley, N.
185 Bay 28th St.
89 Quincy St.
. 122 Shepherd Ave.
. Q0 Nostrand Place
241 Hancock St.
. French Army
322 Fifth Ave.
. 1745 Cropsey Ave.
. . 203 East Broadway
. . 925 Lincoln Place
1121 Vine St., Richmond Hill
. . I603 Union St.
. . Glen Cove, L. L
. 626 East 35th St.
I 1 1 Dean St.
. 711 St. Marks Ave.
. 626 East 35th St.
. 811 East 19th St.
. 291 Decatur St.
. Big Indian, N. Y.
. Woodhaven, N. Y.
238 Washington Ave.
. 620 lXfIcDonOugh St.
. 620 NlCDOnouglI St.
. 938 Bushwick Ave.
.I 485 13th St.
. . 443 Shepherd Ave.
. . 363 Grand Ave.
4719 Kimball Ave., Richmond Hill
. 270 NVestminster Road
270 Westminster Road
MOLLER, THERESA, N.
MONACO, JOSEPHINE, '15
MONDS, BESSIE, N. .
MONEY, ETI-IEL, N. .
MONEYPENNY, MARY, N.
MONHOLLAND, ADA, 'IQ
MOONEY, NVILLIAM, F. .
MOOR, ENID, '17 . .
MOREY, GRACE, '19 .
NIORRISON, EDITH, N. .
lVlORTENSON, HELCA, '14
NIULHBERT, ELEANOR .
NIULLER, TERESA, N. .
MUR, PAULINE, '19 .
MURPHY, HELEN, '16 .
NIURPHY, lVIARION, '17 .
l.VIURRAY, ANGELA, N. .
NAMMACK, ALMA .
NATELSON, AGNES, '16
NELSON, ALMIRA, N. .
NICHOLSON, EDNA, '14 .
NIRENBERG, CLARA, N.
NORTH, MARJORIE, '18
NOSTRAND, HELEN, N.
O'BR1EN, RITA, N. .
O'CONNELL, AMELIA, N.
O'CONNOR, MARY, '16 .
O'DONNELL, MARY, '15
55 Hendrick St.
. . 71 Navy St.
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PETTIT, CLARISSA, '15 .
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DEPEYSTER, SUSAN, '16
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POOL, ALICE, '18 . .
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RAEITEAU, CONSTANCE, N. .
RACKELBRANDT, SOPHIE, ,IQ ,
RADE, MARIE, '17 . .
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REILLY5 GERALDINE, '16
REYNOLDS, ANGELA, N.
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RICHARDS, MARION, '18
RITTER, ELOISE, '14 .
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ROETHGEN, N. S., F. .
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ROGERS, MYRTLE, N. .
RONEY, EDITH, '18
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ROSS, HERNIIA, '14 .
ROWLANDS, ISABELLE, '17 .
RUBENOFSRY, NIARY, N.
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RYAN, MARGUERITE, N.
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249 Greene near Grand Avenue
B1'anc1z,S728 13111 Awe. Phone Bafh Beac1L336'6
WE BUY OLD BOOKS
Single. Volumes or Entire Libraries
B7'O0IEZ3'7'L,.S' Biggert Book Store
Neil Morrow Ladd Co.
646-648 Fulton St., Tel. Pros. 686
WE PAY CASH
Tels. 3081 Pros., T. F. Harrington
5oo8 W. Flat., Edw. W. Harrington
T. F. HARRINGTON 8: SON
Plumbing, Healing and Ga: Fitting
Furnaces and Ranges Set and Repaired
Leaders, Skylights and Gutters
Erziimaler Giozn fobbing ez Specialty
334 De Kalb Ave. 384 Vxlebster Ave.
Flatbush, Brooklyn, N. Y.
CATERERS AND CONFECTIONERS
30 Clinton St. Brooklyn, N. Y.
719 Sixth Ave. New York
WALTER T. CARPENTER
D. D. S.
Phone Pros. 6364
191 Ryerson St. Brooklyn, N. Y.
H iff?-L Q Tel. 6710 Main
N WILLIAM ,M. SCHAEFSER
z 1UU.?9l'- gf Prescription Optician
i 0' 'S 320 Fulton St.
Near Pierrepont BROOKLYN, N. Y.
Phofo Dforlopiiig and Printing
GEORGE W. SWAIN
High Grade Work iii
7 Greene Ave. Brooklyn, N. Y.
F. A. WALTER
510 Fulton St. Brooklyn, N. Y.
Wlhen a Prof's going to give an exam,
Never bother to worry' or cram-
Plan a speech or a trip,
And the date he will skip.
Really, this is not meant for a slam.
Established 1863 Telephone 1847 Nlain
T. KELLY, Inc.
464 to 466 Fulton Street
BROOKLYN, N. Y.
of QUALITY for SPRING
Complete Collections for Women
Misses, Young Men and Boys
AT fITTR.4CTI VE PRICES
and on LIBERAL CREDIT
Fifty-Three years of success founded
on upright business methods assures
you oflabsolute dependability. VVe
guarantee perfect satisfaction or
your money refunded.
' Metal Ceiling Co.
Office and Salesrooms:
Nos. 283-289 Greene Avenue
BROOKLYN, N. Y.
Court and Montague Sts., Brooklyn, N. Y.
Capital and Swpluf, - 5 2,4oo,ooo.oo
Total Rfrourcef, - - 26,000,000.00
GEORGE W. CHAUNCEY, Chairman of the Board
Harry M. De Mott, President
Andrew T. Sullivan, Vice-Pres.
James A. Stewart, Vice-Pres. J,
Frank C. Rhodes, Vice-Pres.
Harry F. Burns, Vice-Pres,
Francis Weekes, Vice-Pres.
Wilton C. Donn, Cashier
J. A. Alexander, Asst. Cashier
Edward Q. Baker, Asst. Cashier
A. S. Ingram, Asst. Cashier
FL I. Ketchum, Asst. Cashier
Jacob Schaefer, Jr., Asst. Cashier
Joseph Stewart, Jr., Asst. Cashier
BAY RIDGE BRANCH-Third Ave. and Fifty-
BROAXDWAY BRANCH-Broadway, near Gates
FIFTH AVENUE BRANCH - Fifth Ave. and
FULTON BRANCH-356-358 Fulton St,
NASSAU BRANC1.-Bedford Ave. and Broad-
SCHERMERHORN BRANCH-Third Ave. and
TWENTY-SIXTH WARD BRANCH-Atlantic
and Georgia Aves.
Individual and Business Accounts Invited
Vlfhen You Buy Athletic Goods
,omg insure your satisfaction by
j sp insisting upon seeing the
2,3 Spalding trade mark on
uv, 0 Q, what you purchase. It
SQA. UIQ? has stood for forty years
ql:""f-P"'l as the sign of honesty,
quality and fair dealing.
A. G. SPALDING SC BROS. '
124-128 Nassau St. 520 Fifth Avenue
NEW YORK CITY
U51 VER SEL S
J. Lehrenkrauss 8: Sons, Managers
359 Fulton St., opposite Boro Hall
Trlephovzf, Blain 5920 Brooklyn
STEAMSHIP AND RAILROAD
Drafty .Money Orders
Tcl. 180-4898 Main Res. Tel. B252 Flatbush
Willis E. Stafford Sc Son
Fan eral f-SWT ef' 04'
- "ff 4li:.:.,..f'5'qXQ"
Dz1'ect01's 57 15' ie-.56 oi
12,0-Ill ii 5
L' " igston Street ' -if
Brooklyn, N. Xt. LVN-Ni
J. fiffbeft G39 S017
.ua fflfu fmiffff ,if
Ladim' Fine Shoes and Siippfrf
557-507 DfKn!b .-lcv fzlz iw
Broolefyn, N. Y.
Montague, Hicks and Remsen Sts.
Ijzzropran Plan .'10J'0flLll7fy Firepmof
400 Rooms and Suites with Baths
Restaurant a la Carte
Open till I A. hi.
Orchestra, evenings 6.30 to 9.30
iX'I3gI1l'F1CC11I New Ballroom
Emi 1'r' lyfrer of porif Rr vvzl' an Sl. Entrance
Banquet and Assembly Rooms
acronzvnradalzng up in 400 diner:
Montague Street Car, transferring to all sur-
face and elevated lines, passes the door.
Phone S100 Blain
Brooklyn rust Company
illzzivi 0jlTCf,' 177 Nlontague St. Brarzclig Bedford Ave. and Fulton St.
Jllllllflllffllll Brazidig cor. Wall Street and Broadway
CAPITAL, .....,..,..., , ......... ...,. S l,500,000.00
SURPLUS. .,.........,.. . , . 3,000,000.00
UNDIVIDED PROFITS ,. ........... . 750,000.00
Frank L. Babbott John H. Emanuel, Jr. Howard YV. hlaxwell Harold I. Pratt
Walter St. bl. Benedict Wiilliarn Hester Edwin P. lX'Iaynard Clinton L. Rossiter
George NT. Boardman Francis L. Hine Henry F. Noyes I. H. XValbridge
Samuel W. Boocock David H. Lanman Willis L. Ogden Alexander 34. White
Edgar M. Cullen David Cv. Legget Joseph E. Owens Willis D. Wood
'William N. Dykman Frank Lyman Robert L. Pierrepont
ADVISORY COIN-INHTTEE-BEDFORD BRANCH
Eugene F. Barnes Edward Lyons 'William B'TCC3ffOll Edward Thompson
Edwin P. hlaynard, David H. Lanman, Frank VV. Diller,
Prfridmzl V iff:-P1'e.r1'rlm1 Vim-Prefidevzl
VVillis NIcDonald, Ir., Frederick T. Aldridge, Willard P. Schenck,
1710-Pre.ridf11t Ifvlvff-P7611-Li67Zl Scrrezary
Horace VV. Farrell, Herbert U. Silleck, Austin WL Penchoen,
14552. Secretary AI.r.f1. Sacrefary Ant. Secretary
"Style at a Price"
This is the principle underlying
the great ABRAHAM AND STRAUS
stocks of Ready-for-VVear-Apparel
for Women, Nlisses and Children.
Always to show the new things
FIRST, provided they are goody
always to make prices lowg but
never one to the exclusion ofthe
other-this is our unvarying rule.
It is this steadfast adherence to
"Style at a Price, '7 with QUALITY
an inseparable factor, that makes
The Store Accommodating a store
of real public service.
The principle holds as true of
Coats, Suits, Dresses, Blouses,
Lingerie, and all other apparel, as
of Millinery, our inspiration for
which is drawn direct from Paris.
Ala ltliiivi Straits
For Spring arial Summer
Many of these LOESER Suits
and Dresses duplicate the
lines ofParis models. Others
are originated for us by
American designers with
true insight as to correct-
ness of style and materials.
Price! are Moderate
BROOKLYN - NEW YORK
Everything for the School Room
Printing and Engraving a Specialty
Peckham, Little 5279 Co.
School and College Siippliezv
Commercial Statioizer: ,
59 Eaft Ilth St., New Yorle City
Telephone, Stuyvesant i
DAVID F. wiLL1AM T.
Soden's Motor Cabs
Phone, 4400 Bushwick
595-597 Quincy St., Brooklyn, N. Y.
ARCADIA HALL, BRIGHTON BEACH
Touring Cars, Limousines
A Service Night and Day.
Central Garage Storage, Elo.
EDXl'.'XRlJ nl. l7.XUS'l'. Pres. XX',X1,l,,XQ1Q j"yq3tyNI.1Y, XML,-1p,,CqfGCu,l Mgfn
44 VVhitehall Street New York
'l'l'il,l'il'l'lUNl., lllllhllb 1515
RICHXIOND BORO, N. Y.
'l'elcplione,6IO West Brigliton
Z' DOWNIQYARD H
St. .IohnSCollege C
LEXYIS ,AND XVll,l,UL'Gl'll3Y XYES. F
Easy of access from all points REG. U.S.PA'I'f OFF
Tlzatls the pfarf to educate your
Classical, Scientitic, Commercial,
Engineering, Pedagogical and
School of Pedagogy for Teacherse
courses leading to Degrees. Both
men and women are admitted to
these courses, which have the ap-
proval of both the Board of Regents
Chocolate Bon-Bons that have the
advertisement on the inside of the
chocolateg investigate and see if it
is not so.
Delicious, real Home-made Candies.
Only the highest priced, finest rna-
terials used in our manufacturing.
ofthe State of New York and Board
of Examiners of the Department of f
Education of New York City.
Pleafed Parentf and Sucremful
Stualenrr Our Ben? Rffommemicztiom'
Lafayette Avenue, Clinton and St. James Places
BROOKLYN, N. Y.
THE NEXT COLLEGE YEAR BEGINS Wednesday, September 20,
1916. VVednesday, Sept. zoth, to Saturday, Sept. 23d, Registra-
tion. Nlonday, Sept. 25th, Classes begin sessions. Teacher's
Course begins NIonday, Oct. znd.
GRADUATES FRONI CITY HIGH SCHOOLS and other approved
schools are received upon their Diplomas or by Certificate. Ap-
plications for the College or Normal Kindergarten Course may
be made at any time to Dean Anna E. Harvey. V
HOLDERS OF STATE SCHOLARSHIPS ARE RECEIVED.
EXAMINATIONS FOR HIGH SCHOOL SCHOLARSHIPS, Mon-
day, June Sth, 8.30 A. NI., to VVednesday, June 7th. Applica-
tions for admission to examination must be made not later than
INfIonday, NIay 29th. '
ART SCHOOL-Students may enter at any time. Apply to Professor
John B. YVhittaker,'Director.
SUIVINIER SESSION begins VVednesday, July 5th, and ends Friday,
' August 15th. Application may be made at any time to Dr. A. G.
MR. JAMES H. POST,
President of the Board of Trustees.
FRANK DICKINSON BLODGCETT, A. M.,
' President of the College.
The Peoples Trust
ISI-183 lVIONTAGUE STREET
Nostrand Avenue, corner Herkimer
Street, Clinton Avenue, corner
lylyrtle Avenue, Fifth Avenue, cor-
ner Fifty-Fourth Street, 43 Flat-
bush Avenue near Fulton Street.
Capital and Snrplzu, ,K2,j00,000.00
Member of the New York Clearing House
The careful management which
you yourself exercise over your
affairs during your lifetime should
not be allowed to cease at death.
The Peoples Trust Company, as
your executor, will continue effl-
ciently to carry out your plans.
fnlfrefi Allowfd on Dfpofilf
Telephone Bedford 9967
Open Day and Night
Bedson Motor Car
Touring Cars and Limousines
to lzirc at all homer
Hour, Day, VVeek or Flat Rate
BJLLS, WEDDINGS, SOCLJLS, ETC.
-121 LEXINGTON AVENUE
Near Tompkins Avenue
BRooKLYN, N. Y.
J. N. Telephone 2498 Prospect
H. M A A S S
Loclcsmlth U Dem in
Electrical and Nlechanical Belllxanger Fine Mgatj and Sled Food
Philadelphia Poultry a Specialty
315 Grand AVC- Brooklyn CORNER GREENE AND GRAND AVES.
E. KOLB BROTHERS
Corner Greene and Grand Avenues
283 Grand Avenue Brooklyn BRQQIQLYN7 N.Y.
GOLDEN FLOWER SHOP HUNTER COLLINS, INC-
MAE B. GOLDEN, Proprietor P7,fZ'7,lti7,lg-
59 Lafayette Ave., Jct. Fulton St. 138 Livingston Street
Tel. Prospect 184.6 BROOKLYN, N. Y. Tel- 1059 Main BROOKLYN, N- Y-
WM. L. BULLOCK F. VALECHI
Fine Book and fob Printing ' Phgfggrgjpllgr
423 Richmond Terrace Tel. Nlain 6539 514 Fulton Street
NEW BRIGHTON, N. Y. BROOKLYN, N. Y.
I. Nl. Sargent G. XV. Toolcer
SARGENT 82 TOOKER
F LO Rl STS
I06I Flzzlbuflt xlw., urar Bf'cn'1'l1ry Rd.
Brooklyn, N. Y.
1LCOmplrlr lim' of illwff, lP'07IIfII,,f and Chil-
drwzlr Hoxfrry. fLfV012zw1',s' Ul1df'l'wc'a1' ll
Spfrifzlly. 111llz1z'l Ordcfzv Fllfrd Promplly.
THE HOSIERY SHOP
529 Fulton Street, B ROOKLYN, N. Y.
N4ISS R. E. HINSKY, formerly with James
NlcCreery of New York. Phone Main 73
CLEANSER and DYER
214 Greene Avenue, cor. Grand Avenue
240 Sumner Ave. 3873 Nostrand Ave.
BROOKLYN, N. Y.
394 Columbus Ave., New YORK CITY
NIO BRANCH ON GRAND AVIE. Tel. 2556123 Prospcrt.
ECKLEBE Sc GUYER
FULTON ST. and DIQKALB AVE., Opp. LO0Ser'S
Tel. GUS Main BROOKLYN
Phone: 612 Flatbush Res. Phone: 145-R Prospect
F. A. Hutchinson, Jr.
Pfunzbzhg and Gas Fz'tz'z'ng
.ionnmo 1-'ROMPTLY ATTENDED TO
1057 Flatbush Avenue
Opp. Beverley Road BROOKLYN, N. Y.
Our-n Evenings by Special Appointment
Telephone 12783 Prospect
The Lafayette Parlors
Permanent Marcel, Round and WaterWg1ving, lVIa.n-
icuring, Shumpooing, Facial Massage, Scalp Treat-
ment, Hair Dyeing and Bleaching.
259 Ryerson St. Brooklyn, N. Y.
' Telephone 4914 Bedford
- M amz farlurer of ,
SAXONYv KNITTING MILL Fancy Knit Goods and Bathing Suits
EMIL BRUMM, Prop.
1027 Bedford Avenue Brooklyn, N. Y.
for Men, Women, and. Children
DU BARRY SHOP
468 Fulton St. Brooklyn
555.00 37.50 510.00
31.95 tO 3510.00
Ring for 1916
should be of platinum or line gold
or a pleasing combination of the
two precious metals, cunningly
wrought in plain pattern or delicate
lace-work design, and set with a
SINGLE LUSTROUS DIAMOND
pure white or blue-White, Without
spot or blemish.
GEIVIS OF HIGHEST GRADE
Ranging in Weight up to seven
S50 to S1500
' W e have ,fold over 10,000 diamond
ring: 711. New York and Uicmiiy
468-470 Fulton St., near Elm Place
Eftablished 32 Years
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