Albright College - Speculum Yearbook (Reading, PA)

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urn.-. -o... . ...gp- r ,fx - -,f.. at 1. if-D COPYRIGHT Cbmflar J. Jwomveq Em,--f,,-fb J S. Bz1.u'i11e.u' Zvlmzagcfl' fi li! F' li' , X 1. J' VQ 1 4 OZ! 1937? 'LR 'X- f Qlalzfafzaa The Class of 1937 dedicates this CUE To DR. EUGENE R. PAGE head of the English Department, as a recognition of his humble, sympathetic, unsellish nature, his energetic spirit, pleasant personality, and a deep appre- ciation for his untiring efforts in our behalf .x1?f fll X, , if DR. GUSTAV OBERLAENDER Benefactor and Friend I New T We realize that our four years at Albright will forever be treasured as a living memory. With this in mind We have attempted to set down a record of what has transpired so that our record may be even fuller. 2' E' 7. f Q i 5, I K B' F, ,ff ,. I .- :X Acfenowledcgemenir WE WISH to express our sincere appreciation and grati- tude to all those who inspired us and co-operated in mak- ing this annual a reality, particularly the following: Mr. Ralph H. Widmeyer and Mr. john H. Buchter of The Art Engraving Company Mr. William K. Fair and Mr. Walter G. Kniflin of Pomeroy's Studio Mr. Charles H. Esser and Mr. Julius E. Klepper of The Kutztown Publishing Company Mr. L. D. Rarnbeau Mr.'Stuart M. Ball Mr. Robert L. Work Dr. Warren Klein A1-'E J 5If6ljIQIZb6 1937 Cue Edilof'-211-chief B11.fi11e.I'.f Mamzger Adzferlisizzg ivlfnzfzgef Circzzlulimz Mmzager STAFF ASSOCIATES WILLIAM BECKER ELIZABETH BLECKER JEAN BONER DOROTHY BUTLER ELIZABETH CAMPBELL ETHEL GOFORTH EUGENE HATTON LEONARD STEPHAN CHARLES J. MORAVEC JOHN S. KLINE DAVID H. HINTZ, JR. WILLIAM I. TROSTEL JEANETTE HENRY MARYET KLEIN ICATHRYN KNERR JOHN LANZ AMY LEITNER MASON MARCUS ETHEL SCHAEFFER I ,I ,I U f U ,- ,2g::.. Ba QI,- Fi E, 4 Hur, gf -ag 'hifa .1 fi'-L I J-"1'l'i'I1 : I '5 At, 5 ' E 5' , - - Lv, .g5,.',f,,-.JI-g' 1 3,1 Q-M. A S516-L" . :Gi I- .59 .ga Li? r J Cmlfenie The College Clmfef Aiblelzef Aeizwizef QA5 Caffe? THROUGH the medium of pictures . . V. work and play . . culture and restful ease . . . with an eye to the future . . where friends are made . . . foundatfon stone and crowning point of our ideals . . . shoulder to shoulder like men in strong array . . . where other worlds are kenned . . . unheralded and practically unrecognized by the masses . . . we march for- ward . . . 2 , Ib ' gi ,,,.W,, Q . X .. U , I A 5 VST' -4. -l J S W fig- U 'T' X X X Y j E K T J? ' - 9' 1 'A X . ,1 X 1 1 ' W 1 I I - s W 5 i f I 1 V, i x 1' vm- ' Y ...nw -1 5.1 ' df-, 24 1, '- 'I' affix" 'U Q 5. up: UVA i F, . 1 1- as ,,. . 3,4-f ., 1, tv.:-mfr L-24:'3i.,- Ojfbers qi Ao'mz'mkzroIzon J. WARREN KLEIN, A.M., D.D. Prarident GEORGE W. WALTON, M.S. Dean RUTH C. SHAFFER, A.B. Deon of Women WILSON I. MILLER, A.M. ROBERT L. WORK, A.B. Acting Librariruz MARIE M. KLEPPINGER Secretory fo P1'e.rirle11l ANNA R. BENNINGER Serrelo1I'y to Deon mul Regimzzr CI-IARLEs L. GORDON Regiflrar Bookkeeper Booffol of Tffwleef OWEEIZY Prerident JUDGE FRED A. MARX Firrz Vice-Preridem' REV. A. A. WINTER Second Vice-prericlenl BISHOP S. STAMM Secretory REV. H. FRANKLIN Sci-ILEGEL Arriytont Secretary T1'eaJ'1n'er of College REV. EDGAR E. STAUFFER REV. J. WARREN KLEIN Treoyurer of Srlaool of Theology MR. GEORGE W. BOLLMAN Atlantic Cofzferenre Mr. W. C. Butscher, Philadelphia, Pa. Rev. Fred G. Fischer, Baltimore, Md. Rev. Eugene G. Fuessle, Jersey City, N. J. Rev. Henry Heine, Richmond Hill, N. Y. Chas. J. Heinle, P.D., Philadelphia, Pa. Mr. Dr. William Weitzel, Baltimore, Md. C. H. Wintsch, Newark, N. J. Rev. John T. Boepple, Philadelphia, Pa. C efmzzl Pefzmylomzirz C ofzfererzce Bishop J. F. Dunlap, D.D., Cleveland, Ohio Mr. Mr. Rev. Jolm L. Pandel, Burnham, Pa. Harry W. Shaffer, Lock Haven, Pa. J. D. Shortess, Lemoyne, Pa. Rev. J. W. Thompson, D.D., Williamsport, Pa. Rev. A. F. Weaver, D.D., York, Pa. Rev. A. A. Winter, D.D., Lewisburg, Pa. Earl Pemzrylvorzia C ofzfererzre Mr. George W. Bollman, Shillington, Pa. Rev. W. L. Bollman, D.D., Cleveland, Ohio Hon. Frank C. Bowersox, Wilkes-Barre, Pa. Rev. I. F. Bergstresser, Allentown, Pa. Mr. George H. Leininger, Mohnton, Pa. Pittsburgh COIIJIEIPIZCG Rev. F. W. Ware, Johnstown, Pa. Rev. B. E. Coleman, Franklin, Pa. Rev. R. C. Miller, Indiana, Pa. Rev. Woodward M. Peffer, Altoona, Pa. Rev. G. A. Collin, Somerset, Pa. Dr. George F. Wright, Johnstown, Pa. Mr. Fred C. Haller, Wilkinsburg, Pa. Alzlzmzi Anoriolioiz Clarence D. Becker, Esq., Lebanon, Pa. Mr. Dale H. Gramley, Bethlehem, Pa. Dr. I. C. Keller, California, Pa. Tvmleer-at-Lmge Mr. Homer Addams, Philadelphia, Pa. Rev. H. C. Lilly, D.D., Allentown, Pa. Mr. Chas. H. Yeager, Allentown, Pa. Mr. Roy H. Stetler, Harrisburg, Pa. Judge Fred A. Marx, LL.D., Reading, Pa Mr. Warren S. Adams, Reading, Pa. Dr. John H. Rorke, Reading, Pa. Mr. Frederick W. Nicolls, Reading, Pa. Board of Birhopr Bishop J. S. Stamm, D.D., Harrisburg, Pa J. WARREN KLEIN, A, M., D.D., LL.D President GEORGE W. WALTON, Ph.B., M.S Dean - I ,Facia - ,MMII.:v.:ae,-.far-.-1---1i..-..-H- , 4 - --- 4 -A:-,-5,1 -:-fan:-Q-1-.eezre -- .--, :ae-Is:-.nn-rpasu. a-n,w..- -,.- an-3-1.1 --M., Jai BAE: 9.-. 25.151GilQ1-Li.I5ijK7fiL'L'l'T:'Z-Z. 'ELTeTfYlC:. e-1?i'5lf'rwgf' '. -- ,C .1215 are air ..v,.-.a.tu-..a-,-e.y--T.-.-Y-if -f...,.1.- . ----e---1 -1 - - 1 fr.:aa-.1.:f-L.-.f -f,.. .,.. W.-f..:,-- W Faculty 1935-1936 J. WARREN KLEIN, M.A. Willafltette, D.D. Ursinur, LL.D. Lebanon Valley, President, 1209 Orchard Road. GEORGE W. WALTON, Ph.B. Lafayette, M.S. Cornell, 1602 North 14th Street, Dean of - College and Professor of Botany and Geology. 7 WILSON I. MILLER, A.B. Lafayette, M.A. Columbia, 109 North Third Avenue, West Readingg Registrar and Professor of Education. RUTH C. SHAFFER, A.B. Albright, Selwyn Hall Annexg Dean of Women and Associate Professor of Latin. VIRGIL C. ZIZNER A.B. Michigan M.A. Albright, 1527 Locust Street Professor of Education. ELSIE A. GARLACI-I A.B. Gettysburg A.M. Columbia Selwyn Hall Annexg Professor of French. H. WILLIAM VOXGT A.B. North 'Central B.D. Evangelical Theological Seminary, A.M. Yale 1519 North 14th Street- Associate Professor of English. LEWIS E. SMITH, A.B. Urrinw A.M. Columbia 424 Schuylkill Avenue Professor of Political Science. l'. WILBUR GINGRICI-I A.B. Lafayette A.M. Ph.D. Chicago 1010 Pike Streetg Dean of Freshmen and Professor of Greek and Bible. CLARENCE A. HORN B.S. Penn Slate C.P.H. New York M.A. Columbia 736 North Third Street' Professor of Zoology. FLORENCE V. INNIS B.S. Columbia M.S. Penn State Sherman Cottage- Professor of Home Economics. MILTON W. HAMILTON A.B. A.M. Syraruye 1722 North 16th Street' Professor of History. RA HAEL FENILI Ph.B. St. Anthony Rome A.M. Columbia, Ph.D. Royal, Rome, 1220 4 I J ' 1 1 I , I I , , ' I J I 1 1' I 1 I 7 I J I , , , , , I , , , , , , . Q i - S Linden Staeti Rrgsor of Romance Languages. GRAHAM COOK, A.B. Baylor, M.S. Vanderbilt, Ph.D. Colombia, Stony Creek Mills, Pa., Professor of Chemistry. THEODORE A. HUNT, A.B., Mus.B. Oberlin, F.A.G.O., Theology Building, Professor of Piano and Organ. ful' MORRIS S. GRETH, A.B. Mzrhlerzherg, M.S. Perzrziyluarzia, B.D. Philadelphia Theological Seminary, Ph.D. Pemzryloarzia, 713 Emerson Street, Laureldale, Pa., Professor of Philosophy and Socioiogy. JOHN C. EVANS, B.S. in Ec., A.M. Perzzzryloatzia, 1420 Linden Street, Professor of Finance and Accounting. EUGENE R. PAGE, A.B. Drake, A.M., Ph.D. Columbia, 1517 Lorraine Road, Professor of English. OLIVER M. GEORGE, B.S., M.S. State College of Washington, Stony Creek Mills, Pa., Professor of Mathematics and Physics. GERRITT MEMM1NG, A.B., A.M., Ph.D. Illirzoii' 1528 Linden Street, Professor of German. CHARLES A. MOCK, B.D., A.M. Yale, Ph.D. Grove City, 1431 Palm Street, Professor of Psychology. PAUL I. SPEICHER, B.S. Albright, A.M. Pemz1'yl1rarzia, West Lawn, Pa., Assistant Pro- fessor of Mathematics and Physics, HENRY G. BUCKWALTER, B.S. in EC. Franklin and Marxhall, M.S. Columbia, 1528 Lin- den Street, Assistant Professor of Business Administration. MARCUS H. GREENE, B.S. Albright, M.S. Pittsburgh, 1053 North 11th Street, Assist- ant Professor of Biology and Chemistry. ANNA HEERE SMITH cMRS.,, B.S. in Home Econ. Albright, Albright Court Apartment, Assistant Professor of Home Economics. ESTHER A. KLEIN, A.B. Wellerley, 1209 Orchard Road, Assistant Professor of English. CLARENCE L. MUNN, B.S. Mimrefota, Albright Court Apartment, Director of Physical Education and Coach of Football. Vyflld OBERT L. WORK, A.B. Albright, 126 Crestmont Street, Acting Librarian. WILLY RICHTER, Graduate Frankfort Urzizrerfity, Director of Choral Music. SPECIAL LECTURERS GUSTAV OBERLAENDER, Ph.D. Heidelberg, Wyomissing Road, Lecturer in Archaeology. GEORGE W. TAYLOR, Ph.D. Pemzryloafzia, 5409 Westford Road, Philadelphia, Pa., Lec- turer in Finance and Accounting. ' I. BENNETT NOLAN, Esq., B.S. Cornell, Lecturer in Early History of Pennsylvania. 5? , 53+ In Qi if A I -gy. Q' .3 1 :- Y W 1 Q f P x , Q' wi 2 '53 , .r 1- f Bldg 'V 5 ji. ? 4- 1 ' aw J ' A.: 4: 1 -vwvr-r-1:-'r'f.--...av f ' -yr, ,Q v R - 1 'f in 1 sr ' 1 4 1 4 3 W ' F06 5 V Li wVI.ll4,f z1-1 V' I. 4 r iw Y .,,11,-,l,...i:i:: ly' ' X v ' -1' - I-i,?" "' L yr' Y -1 , W ai" A 'W I 4 "1 w':,. VA- '- -2' 'V 'f. .f ' ':5f,f .J . " ,. A .pail A' v . N ' -L ,. ,gli .iw-.J - VP". -' . - .1 F11-' ,H P if H- ,J - ,.f 1 f f 1'7" ,V 44" , Y 0144 I 47 . F Q I 1 i s 1. x f i 1, 4- .s m if E' l 7 I E 5 Z f 1, F E E 2 Q 964464 I ......',.-. ....- . ... T - ,. .size-...ia."' .:: ""-f .1--Xfgffu -V-4 R. F. D. No. - READING PA. I say it is a good distance . . . CHARLES T. BARNARD Schuyler Avenue NORTH ARLINGTON, N. J. B.S.' Day Students Club 1 2 3 4. HARRY F. AMMARELL nm. x -xl vvutoostthl Aentab N "" ,-EXW Euwx..x,i'i'lZf.f . .A-.s..Ja..uc.mi-aiu 1' 1 1' .r .,. ...fn - - 1 - su..... ur., -48-s-f..e.---x-'e4..m'r3,-5,9-s. fm-1.-ww.g544de has-aawsrw-QQ5L1.3J.Pv4,gmc4 1.-. . .. .-B A. - - - l i'.411' N" gi' 'fvzA1H:'.I L553:?l'...i.-" 'l""'.1:'?'FIJ2ifi'l'..g-""..-""?i2.ilZ!1!.LrL1 ---aafagx-:.,.L 7 , , 7 7 7 7 H A.B.g Football 1, 2, 5, 4g Track 1, manager 45 Baseball 15 Kappa Upsilon Phi 2, 3, 44 Ger- man Club 4g Class Vice-President 5, 4g Inter- fraternity Athletics. "A friend is worth all hazards we can run." lf37l 7 . ' ' ,.J',i1f.'i1'Tfi- 5 rizf if' 'r i'.'1L:F7: - - H4112 ' . 1, 1 jr- , ., , ,, , L ,- , . , r ' '. .1772 ' I , ,, f . .c - Q dz... rg J -T :z-2-gi- padig-..+ - ' Y . . .1-Y -: .- . 4,--i f. -:S-L au.-P.. 45:1-E61 , - -,Y - -- -., .,.. .v -- -N A L-1: .. " - -V-. ---A E, . 'T--Ulf-flaw'-:-i:-:wlbL1xgL-Li.L- L-...i15.iu,. -.Zn A I ---- --,.:L-..a-N.,:1.-,Q L-pun.- e .. -...-.. . 3593: " f 'f " l" g - 11 6 ' f -1 ' f ",.l.34s f: 51.1 .- - , ..f. f .J-..f, - . ,.:x.2:.-:.g..-y.1v3vup.yau-c1:.-n...:Mv......LL- lg..-1-1.2 -, Q3-,Eg . -.,,1 :T ,., ,T W.. - -sk.--,A,,.Z, FRANK D BECK Elizabcth Avenue LAURELDALE PA. B.S.- Zeta Omegt Epsilon 2 3 4' Skull and Bones Society 4' Alchemist Club 2 3 4' Bas- ketball 1- Baseball 1- Football 1' Albright Choral Society 3. Let the flight of the wide-Winged Word. 1 . . . . y y 4 v ' ' 7 a 1 a v s a 4 s L ' a 1 H an MARJORIE R. BEGLINGER 1470 Crafton Blvd. fl WCRAFTON, PA. fi! Gold HA" 'XP A.B.g Green Guild 1g Basketball 1, 2, 3, Win- n W 3 gton-Lincoln Essay Contest 1 g Dom- ' o r a c Club , 3, 4, Pi Alpha Tau 2, 3, 5 ' e-pre ' en 3, President 4, Y. W. C. A. 'Q Cabinet 145 ice-president 3g Albriglalimz LA, Jfy aff 3, olle Quartet 3, 4g French Club Sec- Jitf V , 4- lbright Choral Society 3, 4, Evan- , I gelil l Clt Secretary 3, Philosophy Club 3, 4 Ed rx'cy 3. "Little things comfort us." Q v l 38 l l -- W- ,-- v .-J -.Hx -. ...AL 1 FQ -- qw. fibu'-:H-'ffrvf' 1'-i,1-"A-f--e'rH.vq ,. 1' .As 1. fix.-L54f A -" '.- 1:51 1 'L I.-f.Sff:,Q 'TNI -LY' Fix 1 11' i 'J-11' , A - 4- - - --- -V A AA- -.-Annu.-. - V -- ,,9,.i,,-,.,. ,gd , -. ,A .. Am, :if-gf-w:b.1f' 1 .. A Y .Q Y ,V -..:r.L-1. -.vw ., f , YA ,L J. LAWT ON BROWN SCHUYLKILL HAVEN, PA. C" T mf- -if . M -?2s- Q 3 as -4,-4 A.B., Men's Glee Club Accompanist 1, 2g Zeta Omega Epsilon 2, 3, 4, Secretary 3, 45 German Club 4. "For we are bidden to dance tonight." DAM DOROTHY F. BRILHART , J ' fy lf lijff' QW" l i SEVEN VALLEYS, PA. A.B.g P' Al 11. T. 2, 3,4gV' lsd, - - Green Ciuilcln 11, Brilllketball 2,4jl?Zfre . C. Cabinet 5, 4, Treasurer FJ-jilbrigm Ho l So- X' ciety 5,4. f f ,lfyqf ! ' .fwitllw 1nPl!l1iLeflf12z? viii I 9221. 1 jjj! V lj jdjj fl J M i fb,,,J 5 A l A ff ,. 1 . li 1 l 591 f '-u.m1.fm:-f2.u+3'2fva-m:::5s1f- -1w-z-e:i'f:n.f,-.A- A w++jw-- an-M ' - 1 ' P' +'?'1f1'-r .. .rg , "LJ: 'Af' 1 wa- '-1 "Nz - " -,'T'H -,T-'f"1'3P 'Y'f-'1 ' ' 5 "'- '.'- '-"if lf, rl' Chl? ' . " 5 ' . ' 4- ' -'J vw 17155,-V 'S . " 'fi-:iw EL: 5 L 1 - .-...-..:.1. -. --.aff,,:1s2':.L.J.aaLn-?-.Lin-.ns.-Ya.-L11 :Q - ' 43 H233 N ' CARL P. BUECHLE 780 Springfield Ave. IRVINGTON, N. B.S., Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Track 1, 2, Basket- ball 1, Baseball manager 4, Interfraternity athletics 1, 2, 3, 4, Kappa Upsilon Phi 2, 3, 4, Secretary 3, President 4, Alchemist Club 2, 3, 4, Skull and Bones Society 3, 4, Vice-president 4, Class Secretary 3, Senior Dance Commit- tee 4. "It is better to kill time than people" xy,,JU , . Mfr? 631, , awfaigl fd-Wa 7 - FRED L. CHARLTON . WARFORDSBURG, PA. B.S., Pi Tau Beta 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 4, Chemis- try Laboratory assistant 3, 4, Alchemist Club 2, 3, 4, Vice-president 3, President 4, Skull and Bones Society 3, 4, Green Guild 1, Al- bright Choral Society 3, 4, Interfraternity Bas- ketball 1, 2, 3, Waiters Club 2, Interfraternity Soft Ball 1, 2, 3, Interfraternity Football 1, 2, 3. "Men still seek comfort in marvelous articles." f-101 Q :', .27 ld, ,",'I 11. 1 -14' --- sluw.iuunw- u.r-Sea?- f-aa5:imrH'1L1 -fslf --:A---A ---- -. Lu....t....-.rf.1's:.,1f:.1mn Lis ,-'. ' iififi-1'L'1.m.1. ..-"H:.....ZZI". "f T. " MmBaw +-"A't' 1' ' 1-HW ' " - .f7l'1:'5.1'."1A15'i'7YL.'l'-'T?1E!l.. Ei.. -l':..4QA-1i4'+.2LrLv-C" "QJJJ4.L...Ju4,C4.1.3Ac- , 1-9 .- A.i.L4LQffff'lT:'1fT.f?:lfJlL17:Y:'.:l.. DOROTHY F. DAUTRICH 1414 North 13th Street READING, PA. B.S.g Class Secretary 1, Phi Beta Mu 2, 3, 4, President 4, Student Council 2, 3, Vice-presi- dent 3, Pi Gamma Mu 3, 4, Vice-president 4, Philosophy Club Vice-president 4, Class Treas- urer 4g Y. W. C. A. Cabinet 2, Day Students' Club 1, 2, 3, 4. "A strong character is kept balanced by huinilitygx x - ' . tt , ug M ti iff, cg J , JAMES R. DOYLE 921 Mulberry Street READING, PA. Gold "A" A.B.g Alpha Pi Omega 2, 3, 4, Debating 1, 2, 3, ll, Manager 4, Green Guild 1, Domino Dramatic Club 2, 3, 45 Albrighlimz Staff 1, 2, 3, 4, Editor-in-chief 4, Pi Gamma Mu 3, 45 Basketball 3, Winner junior-Senior Oratorical Contest 3, 4. "Virtue is like a rich stone-plain set." 141 l -w:4Mav::sm--r-.f.-fa,-14,1-,-Mzwaainw ' Ngrqwvwn '-45'-V? +1.12 'Ln E' :E . ,Jr ,by W Q! V ' SX U 3. Bag.. ,,-.-. - ,N LL,J,. .. JOSEPH W. EHRHART 1217 Vlyoming Avenue KINGSTON PA. B.S.' Pi Tm Beta 2 3 4 President 4- Green Guild 1' Domino Drnmltic Club 2 3 4 Trefls- urer 3- Mens Glee Club 1 2 3 4' Albright Choral Society 3 4 President 4' Skull 1nd Bones Society 3 4- Alchemist Club 2 3 -1-- Student Council 1 2 3 4 President 4' Cue Stafi 3- C1155 Secremry 4- Waiters Club 3 President 3. Manhood not scholarship is the first s 4 1 va x s ' 2 1 x 1 ' 3 l , Q 7 7 1 J 1 K f 1 7 l 7 3 7 3 5 7 7 1 4 4 1 9 I! 3 7 aim of education." ,L l I f f fly" Y I J " 1 ,V if W jf Ky J ff i ,J lf if fl' 1' J if if J P M M fl K Q2 EDP 2 Em ,,. bfl'11 gre ,sf-4 G J f' L, ff ff. .- L nfl I f XVYOMISSING, PA. B.S.g Lutheran Club 1, 2, 3, 4. A time for labor and thought, A time to serve . . . " . . 'Zl'i2' 1 "TT':" T5fI3' 'ff ii, Q """ - - .SEI L I 421 u'2'. 1" """"'i.Yi1'FfiE. "' 'T'iE5...""f- 'Q , ' , i l V rl y , 1 r ,-y',1,"'ff-,fgfpw ' I 1"fl'g1f!i4 H1 1,1 - . , . HAROLD O. ENDIRS HALIFAX PA. B.S.' Foothill 1 2 4- B1seb1ll 1' Bfisketball 1' Interfraternity 'lthletics 1 2 3 4' Y. M. C. A. Cabinet 2' Lions Club' International Re- lmtions Clubs Cue Staff 3 Hmndbook Staff 3' Zeti Omevfi Epsilon 2 3 4 President 4' Vfirsity A Club 2 3 4. "Keep thy friend under thine own life's key." .J ..i . 'fi :siri,Qf'i i..pd. - . - Q 1421, ...L -4, Het. . z-,',.., Ygg- .-1 . .. NC' 1, 4.41 4 w r ' 1 a : 4 ' 9 f 1 ' 7 1 a 7 7 Y ' 5 7 4 1 " D' 2 J a 7 ' a a KENNETH W. ERDMAN 954 North Ninth Street READING, PA. A.B.g Debating 2, 3, 4. "The rough working definitions of the dictionary serve to throw some light l 45 l E- 7173"-'f'5'T..1' .. ii .. J.I1.l3Q.lff.Q72f5.:QTfh..T.-iffi. ff T.'Qi'.1-f.7f1.':-'.I, 4,244 7.4.-7.'.fff'.. if-H 'v.: f QQ.-Q7 T . . 5453... f,' X . Af:-?qt.!.J,i4i-gi---H-71,11-.Q -3.71 ,,,,.,4,A V, rf.. ,MI 'F g.. M .1 l 'Y I J, K-.':l2,. 1,-.,.'. JV? ,L w. .ifiiQ13f3L9Af MQW-init.:f.ff1fvYH-ff.-w.5:,Qi,f?2i.,1Et1L:11 -,1 , - cv: 1 H1731 f . . , - 1 w .iT.'.:-stffkwfliNt'i!ii:f'5'r31'9.fr.U-oi: 'Q .N-ELJ +iI?f'f'421..4'if1' --f Lfmfi-aff' if -e,,..-.-... .:fff-1--v'f-t4ffff---ef--+ve-ff 'li -Z.. Qt JQSQLX. . 'xiii-.nfy JW ' QM Gif fa -4 DAVID FIELDS 174 South Pine Street YORK, PA. Gold "A" A.B.g Winner German Essay Contest 2, 3, In- ternational Relations Club 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 3, A President 45 Reading Hospital Pageant 33 Pi -Gamma Mu 3, 4, Philosophy Club 3, 4, Pres- ident 4, Educational Survey 3g Student Council 4, German Club President 4. "It takes enthusiasm to win any game." E44 Fx "J ....,.u...,-.e..1..,.... -A - . CLAUDE G. EELTY 18 Folmer Street LEBANON, PA. B.S.g Alpha Pi Omega 2, 3, 4, President 4g Varsity A Club 2, 3, 4, Vice-president 4g Al- chemist Club 2, 3, 4, Secretary 3, Treasurer 4g Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4g Football 3, 4g Interfra- ternity Athletics 1, 2, 3, 4. ustice must tame, whom mercy cannot win." , . - ' ,. ,. ., ' .gy ,. ..4 .-,-,,' .. A . -, ,gr-,....-451g..-.. ...I 1..- -- 1 - AV - "'-'nut-T e - :W JETLTg7..l:'12'lSI92!L1vJY: af? l1..4f4I.LLIL..IZLgf.ll1f..1I1LfLfIulLlTfl'1fT.'7fj.T.'..TQ1"5l' 3lIflI1'l'l'I1.,l "fx, . Y 'Y' 'LQ'- """?v"7?" . dm, . -- X- .-M . , . . .,.. - .. .- . ,,,.,, , t 1 1 A-Q LOUIS F. FITTIPALDI 417 Union Street CARLSTADT, N. J. A.B.g Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Baseball 1, 2, 3, 45 Interfraternity Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Albright- jfm Staff 2g Class President 3, 4, Varsity Club 3, 4, President 4, Student Council 3, 4, Zeta Omega Epsilon 2 3, 4, Vice-president 4. "Life is like a library owned by an author -rarely readf' ,bw CVM-U-4-in -.VA J- YA? --S A 'Wi H --Q Y I Y H WYKW Y N V 4 H Yi rv RUTH lvl. FOX 251-1 Holler Avenue READING, PA. B.S.g Phi Beta Mu 2, 3, 4, Vice-president 4g Lutheran Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Day Students' Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice-president 3, 45 Albright Choral Society 3. f "What we ieve etermines what we become." XJ L-adv X . we ,f 2 rg , V+ : -- -M l 'an .TFHE!-i:1.1,?'if:q',g5Fli?iQ-V J' I .wLi.J? E HI: I ig Q ,2j'ii,':l1:3:,-laaglyfg --Fill! sf! 331-.7.:Jf 1,1 .Irv-.,.,,, -'v',-, xvym-g,1-5 farce ra ,U 11g,.,"Y ,,'.fi",. yvfiw q.A.-i-',Z,- Qafqijirff-is i..f,-311-+, 4- . 4. 'rgvr f L -CM, .,,, ,.., .,.. . , .,,.. ..- . ... .. ... .., H, CAA.-,N-,J ,4M,.,4r,,.,,,,,--, H A,A,w-V ,I ,xv-,ANL '21f--,'-- .-...L-5 ,-:-A-,Jia-4,-.Z-,nv-Sai. .I i J.. --4 -1.1,-an .ag LEROY P. GARRIGAN 1328 North Tenth Street READING, PA. Gold "A" A.B., Alpha Pi Omega 2, 3, 4, President 4, Debating 1, 2, 4, Tennis 1, 2, 3, 4, Captain 4, Student Council 3, President Green Guild Ig Domino Dramatic Club 2, 3, 4, President 3, Vice-president 4, Chess Club 1, 2, 3, 4, French Club 3, 4, President 4, German Club 45 Busi- ness Manager of Albrigblifuz 3, 4. "Hope is a good anchor . . . " W. KENNETH GABRIEL 54 First Avenue RED LION, PA. B.S., Zeta Omega Epsilon 2, 3, 4, Y. M. C. A Cabinet 2, 35 Basketball 1, 2, 3, Football 1 2, 5. "That if the light of day . . . i461 - '---YT '-H-374 -I'-' '- ' -"- " ' .1v .f.f '...:Y: v:LQs,3ig1L.-.-'-":'1- Q r- ,- - -. - - Clu 2 5 4. LLOYD R. HELT LESTER R. GREENAWALT KEMPTON PA. B.S.' D1y Students Club 1 2 3 4' Alchemist Quiet and harmless was the life I led. H 1. s f f 'rm --..-i:f:Qf.F!vg35am-'fffiw-t. erfffmififi?'ii-We-"f'f+1F'+1-ei1'f1 we-' 5 FA -n H. ' -H."'-T" 'N m'.i,.4-,. 4 L... I l 1 1 9 I 1 1 1 Q b 1 1 x v Y P MUIR, PA. A.B.g Alpha Pi Omega 2, 3, 45 Pi Gamma Mu 2, 3g International Relations Club 2, 55 Win- ner junior Oratorical Contest 5g Winner Ju- nior-Senior Oratorical Contest 5g Albright Choral Society 3, 43 Philosophy Club 5, 4g Y. M. C. A. Cabinet 2, 3g Oxford Fellowship 1, 2, 3, 4. "Beginning . . . still lighting . . l H71 'ilznwfhvizkitff f J' J.,i,, kqltvrffw 1.1 -f ruuxnff w5RE..fL H H- """1..'-',' 3:45 rar " ' ' ' , V 7 ' f " "'.. ' -'TFT ' r N ' " l il . i. , , -. A - , ,,, ...., 1 , .. -...:J:.l- .4l1..-.f.1i ,.:'LE.3,..f1 -..L'.. 21:4 A- .. . ' " " '-ZE.au.ft.il:."" :L!,:A.:a1 -Eiiilbmiitjfg, .4-5,1-:,:.l,,V L- .1.g,i.1u-,,' ls., .avpigf--if-fi',:.4" "LLf?i:i:?1' 'nf l RUTH A. HICKS 202 Chestnut Street SAYRE, PA. A.B. , Albrigblimz Staff 2, 3, International Rela- tions Club 2, 3, 4, Sigma Tau Delta 2, 3, 4, Basketball 1, 2, Y. W. C. A. Cabinet 2, 3, 4, President 4, Bible Class Secretary 3. "Her life is a watch or ga vision . . . " any ia'-1. V ' 'C ee M 7-f Lifffw STELLA M. HETRICH 345 McKnight Street READING, PA. A.B., Debating 1, Albriglaliml Staff 1, 2, 3, 4, Quill Club 1, 2, 3, 4, President 2, Secretary- Treasurer 3, Treasurer 4, Sigma Tau Delta 3, 4, Cne Staff 3, Women's Glee Club 1, Al- bright Choral Society 2, 3, 4, College Quartet 3, 4, Philosophy Club 3, 4, Secretary-Treas- urer 4, French Club 3, 4, International Rela- tions Club 3, 4, Day Studens' Club 1, 2, 3, 4. "Words that weep, and tears that speak." 48 A ZW- 'ga N - ll ,.-:x':':rZT'2'v.1'::: 7' 1 ' 1 Y'-2 Lil. ."L ,gLg3,g,f,:,j'gL,g.,5A.j:'r i 1 Y Y '13,-f A u-'::-- - - A Al--. . E: l, .-,fc , - I-,xi , . . rr.. - :fx:11'1'Z41i'liALE1. ' " ' ' ' aei1'I2-Lillkglll 7 7 W if 2 EIU-3QQfQQfK:i5 ,stil -:1QQ2'Zgi'Lu1i" f 1 :ur'1!n:.-::?gw-f.iv,-nr.:. 2,-,,.mg. r...-h,.L..- .rmz-..,..,A... . , .. , Y - - ---Q---'LA'-2--, ff' -r 4 W -1-fu - f.-ff fn 1 1 B.S.g Pi Alpha Tau 2, 3, 43 Y. W. C. A. Cab- inet 3. "Like life - - short and sweet." CHARLES HINKLE GILBERTON, PA. B.S.g Football 1, 2, 3g Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4g ln- terfraternity athletics 1, 2, 3, 43 Lions' Club 1, 2, 3g Varsity A Club 1, 2, 3, 4. "He went up the incline and turned to the...', FLORENCE G. HOXWELL Soo 17th Street HONESDALE, PA. l 49 l -? V H.-a.ii1,,,1gL ine- QT ng, ',EfI"Qf lifiid . f.ff1ff7"T1 ,rv -ffl-f.ffTif,211ll.f.l'f-1Qlff,.-ff'fr, -.Lp,'Q?1.,4LE n . m f- ,f 'T ,:a 1 . ,wg in .. 1 1 . 531115 e even .1 . v. it.,-.1 , f- .f., 1-I 14 .L.-., 1, -.-i- ii -,ww ..,f'- 1 '.,,,'f-1' . .. .. . .. . .... -. 1. 1-1-.'.u.-,L.:L..E11,..li5sl':...t ...1.s.t1.Q1.11uiiili.ei,f!l-.l.gl-ifilkjifill'FJlli.li'.1Lli..'55iiliQA.J,Lr.3.l1g::?.ZJ.lfi.E:.,-.. .i. --.L. ,. T1 " 'iz ff PF-'T5E9!!T"':15:':'55F::.-1'i?!-23:5GFEEGFIYSFE1'f"2f!ifi12if5?-'imffev 'f'iifE4"F5'w2fFifEEf5?-.f'f1E'.F'Zl!l l 1 ,x,. MARGARET E. MAURER 230 North 11th Street READING, PA. A.B.g Albright Choral Society 1, 3, 4, Phi Beta Mu 2, 5, 4, Secretary 3, Sigma Tau Delta 5, 4, President 4, Student Council 4, Cue Static 3, Educational Survey 3, Freshman Handbook Editor 3, Day Students' Club 1, 2, 5, 4. "Enjoy the challenge of problems." . . .X 'X C , Af' V -, ,- WAI ll ,A ly' 'X .JV 45, H Jill K ,I J P . if A I 1 I J U-'xv' J x 1 X xy. x '1 ui' ' - , ., ' 1 . MN f50 5 A. BENFER KEMMERER 140 Pear Tree Alley LEWISBURG, PA. B.s. I "Thai: is nojukmjrlz-QL. " wif' " 5 , C7414 ,smile gmvcvafrl l T 'T ' A G ' ' "'Z2"'...xJ,, - - - :4.iz:"':,':.Lt:..L1'?.,...,.4i.4.4.., , . ., DWDM. WT.- --..,.:.. .,-"'4-A--"H -gr'-r -1---v-f-----in-,-V V-1 -- v,.,7,1..7T-,.,...,g rn 1 'df-au--M-Q44.4--:.a4- .rg.-E-.--.iC--.,A,,.,,,, gig, gjg45g,j'gQgif,,,,--- .737-5, THEODORE S. MAYBERRY 1100 Park Avenue WILLIAMSPORT, PA. B.S., Skull and Bones 3, 4. "I found a fresh renewing of . . HUNTER MCKAIN 1212 North 5-ith Street PHILADELPHIA, PA. B.S.g Y. M. C. A. Cabinet 5, 4, Treasurer 4, Oxford Fellowship 2, 3, fi, Secretary 3, Presi- dent fi, Domino Dramatic Club 2, 3, 4, Inter- national Relations Club 2, 5, li, Greek Festival 2, 3, Albright Choral Society 2, 3, 4, Debating 2, 3. "The world requires not so much to be in- formed as to be reminded." I 513 - - fr. . wn'..L.4.j'5'.Q-L 'i '--' 11'-Y: f.,, Q' 'VTE 3, 1 . Ti V.. -fri: . M- ,,-'tru' ' :A 'Eglin vysggjlf-1 'jlQi5if:.4iA',ri! 17 ,VJ-.f,il',p-.vig-1 Mg-E-:Vg 1 it in ali-I If ii H 1 ., vim ,V,5AJIT. in rm V1 rg: 555,15 ,W-4 m,?i:Q,,,:'!F '7i'ar-' l-lfiilflfQ,--,'.im.wiI,:h1.2 ff..-,MJ-1' .1 'Effd gf 234533,-'f A'?1i315j2Qf',' .4 Mist :-ef.sl.:.:1?:fS:1.tL:f:fr.-D'Ti- resin 'f.,1ift.uQ-rE r Q..u,i,4 ue. 1-1.1-get ALBERT L. PRICE 1118 Franklin Street READING, PA. B.S.g Freshman Dance Committee 15 Alumni Welcome Committee 15 Business Club 3, 4. "Experimenting with methods in detail." f Wife wi 'Wi f MALCOLM J. REIDER 327 Lombard Street READING, PA. B.S.g Zeta Omega Epsilon 2, 5, 4g Skull and Bones Society 2, 5 4g Alchemist Club 2, 3, -4g Chess Club 1, 2, 3, 4. "A way to gain knowledge of the universe . . . a gateway of scientific method L 52 ,.,,,, ,,,,,,-:f .,,4,..x. ..,-...:,.e,- . . .., ,. . . .'-rf-r--- f-mf . .,,.v-rx--,V ..1-1.-V. 1 -..,..,f....,:.t...-, .--nd rrp: :H xiiurf.-214-l:6 E77 wg,-'a-.A-A'fT!'1.'gw,r..-1'-it un-r, -. 2- -JT"7' 'V' 1 i Lqji' 5'-Q3jjgT'j.1?f."?'iTT 1 jf Q J-, 'f '- f -3--:fi-1-'.f .. .':I.tf:T"i':7. ..,. . . . -i.. Y., BETTY ROSENTHAL 1119 Franklin Street READING, PA. Gold "A" B.S., Student Council 3, 4, Secretary 4, Al- bright Choral Society 1, 2, 3, 4, Won1en's Glee Club 1, 23 Green Guild Club 2, 3, 4, Secretary lg Domino Dramatic 35 Girls' Basketball Manager 2, 35 junior rm Committee 3, Senior Prom Commi ee g Day Students' Club WILLARD W. RIFFLE 40 East William Street CORNING, N. Y. B.S.g Alpha Pi Omega 2, 3, 4, Football 2, 3, 4, Interfraternity athletics 1, 2, 3, 4. "Stamped an image of himself . . . 21- . 1.""":':'..- i .E 1, 2, 3, 4, Presid 3, 4, Albriglrtirzn Staff 3g Freshman Hygil o k Sta X, 'ne Staff 3. I Q 0 x " ncing sh an 'i to haunt, to artle an ayl'1 Q E. , 0. l rl li lfc N 1 1 " W f W l lfwullxf V 1 K 1 - ssl ff 1 l 1 or ' " ' '1-:fr'!-1r',f.'1'f'7!Eiii-:Iwim,JIKY .-2. 1717-:T4TR'T'T'7'?:i "t -. T "C 'E' 151- 7 G "TIT'T'EPT'fEiii"T:"TT1'-7T7iET7W7fTT'Tl'iii5VF'iiTv'lfi".37Fff??':7ftL'1?fffl'EfFZE' Ti 1 A ,,,,,A,.,.Q ,A , ,, M, .4 1 ' Q ', 15333, "Z 1.4,-,f."5.L31.s..gg--i 'gf :Qhg 4,.' ., - 4.3-.Q-, 'rr' 'Pi'-ju Qff- 1-. 153.,A-.lziadgkj-gY.i.j'f1-73 - I JAMES A. Ross 21 Crescent Blvd. COLLINGSWOOD, N. J. B.S., Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Captain 4, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Kappa Upsilon Phi 2, 3, 4, Vice- president 4, Class Treasurer 3, Varsity A Club 2, 3, 4-, Treasurer 4, Interfraternity athletics 1, 2, 3, 4. "Grief is itself a medicinel' 9-' ,ls Kyo Q L lvl' Cl Wtjyl i if 0 ,W at 4. fygdfil 'I . MILDRED L. ROT E MEL . 20 :I er 1 Av ue V' T LA N, PA. G01 'Ai' 0' . ,, Pi- ha T u -, 3, 4 esident 3, Sigma u Del a 2, , Sec ry-Treasurer 3, Pi Gam Mu 2 3, s Treasurer 2, Class S c ary 3, Student ou cil 2, 3, Secretary 3, . W. C. Cabinet 1, 2, 3, Green Guild 1, omin Dram tic Club 2, 3 resident 4, Fre an H dbook Staff' ' .e Staff 55 en's ee Club , right Choral So- Da u ents' Club 1 2 3 esicle t C1 1, 2 3, ,. y . - ff . 'Yigo e loveliest and the best." lf . A 541 X X fl, 'i'Lr,:,i!,r:1flr wif 0 --,- V- -'v- 53 " " LE' ' M "' "JA: '44--W -4 ' --A T+- 'vi' " " z- , DAVID P. SCI-IAEFFER 420 Spring, Street READING PA. B.S.' Business Club 2 3 4' Intmmural ath- letics 2 3 4- Day Students Clubl 2 3 4' Lutherm Clubl 2 3 4. Nymphs, I shall see the shade thfmt now you are. PAUL H. SCHOFER R. R. D . l B.S.g Alpha Pi 1 ga 2, l, ' Alchemist Club ..-S'L.n' I , -K in -Qi!--pai-ws ,,,....-N-..' s ,A ,. V , ,. - ,,..x .. , J,.-,.,-.V,A,: -kiA,.-R, is Y-M YHA' Us Y A V 'LLM ,, . -.,.-,IL--V4LLi3 fd 1141. J ......ii..........u uf 1 . , 7 1 a y ' , J 7 7 7 7 7 7 4 9 1 1 1. 4 H 3, 4. " p We t the oring man." off! l I 55 l ""v7":75:5T':'777TiY'.'f .1Q'."fEf1Ifl'7 V-"fQ'f'1" L,'jw?j"7'f"T"""" f' iAfi ' 'igffi':r"-,viz f --f v -M -. V . .. -ut ..... ,t,,.,L.,,--V 1.-. .. .... ' "'-"'f-VM-?'V1,' .. .V L - . - V. V- w. V A- V 4, -7-f --f -my--w-pw., - . - ,ln .I 5' L QPH5' 'H' ,1l.'V',' Y 'IV':Vlri1g:-"5.. pq, '-V -, " 1,i1l Q Y'-.--5. ,-ug Vg 3 V J V: V Vf -- ' .3 ",Qaf,:'y-gal,-:1ST,1 i A-, li , f ga .'l' " , if "5-,1.1,?f'7,,,-,, 'ff nfs " 4: 4.',.g'2. 'gf: 1.' pig, - 1 1' 'V V X' , .. ' ,' 2" ,'fv",K'g5f ' ,,?:f.".12Y -f'N.t1,:'l ' -. ,,4-.rA L!" " , , If Q3-XUQL -Kvif'4gQQf f,':g,QQt, 'z-'f' ' YQbQi'.', 1. 'ilu nijlf 1-zlaw, -if " 'fwilr-'i .elf fi? ' ,ffl .-""T1'Ti""- .A.rT'?v1T-flzzfu, V' .1":r:T?-'rf-1:11-v1---r-f' - e-'4'w-:r------f-----------,mf-uf-VV... '- K 'J ,..-.:.:-.,.,,r.,-,,15:...l-- ...H-QL., u--L.--.4 '..-.'- -.1 i- -4,4 -..' ,un 14.-nu.. .-.. t V74 -mQ.g4i.g:. .f-3..--.gnu l WBSLEY SKARBONOVITZ 214 Chapel Terrace READING, PA. B.S.g Business Club 3, 4, Day Students' Club 1, 2, 3, 4. "The vaulted roofs rebound . . . -r - , .-. -.4-.. x --14..:,4L...-sn... ....-1 CJ:- EDWARD C. SCHOLL 417 Franklin Avenue HASBROUCK HEIGHTS, N. B.S., Zeta Omega Epsilon 2, 3, 4, Football Z, 5, 4, Baseball 2, 3, 45 Skull and Bones 2, 3, 4, President 4, Biology Laboratory Assistant 2, 5, 4. I' .'By long a . H U pA 56 I l 4-: - -.-- -. . i , .... L.1.g11:::z:1TTI.:'lTr:?: ...' --1 "',- Tf..'r.?JfL'.?L.lL?T.Z"'lg12 543:11-.A'C -gg 4 - , 3 f 1f-fv--'-vT'l-+-'-- if-T--. -- f---f-fvTfw:f:v.g-fr.---qv .c.pi7.zr,r nv-'i ?' TT'-T ' fir:-'v"f"i" ' 'Ti-"' fT?,7fn3 41-+-' " ' .L.u..lL.,..g.-.A ,. 4... ..,..-.:.,,' ,-+4.-.-. .J M- , . -v.'..te,A,,,. ,,. .., ,. 4, ,,,. .. ,..,--..g..g4zL.-.i.,i:-.ul-.lx -.'-'-:.i.u. V --.v-.l':.f::r11-:i:1rLT,:1' , V " I 7-. .. .TT::L1rLi1T.ii-1 1'1'T!T44 11, ,I' J "T..'-'i,.f.:J.i"" ..t..Ik""'T.. .. ...Z RACHEL E. SNYDER Pom TREVERTON, PA. B.S., Pi Alpha Tau 2, 3, 4, Secretary -4, Heo Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 3, President 4, Green Guild 1, Women's Glee Club 1, Al- bright Choral Society 1, 2. "The morning twilight is now near." , ur-rvznnn ":"'.. "yy 'V ug. MARY I. WALDMAN 1139 Church Street READING, PA. B.S., Day Students' Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Albright Choral Society 2, 3, 4. "Her virtue is her dowry . . . wliifviymw e ii 57 l ' - i MY21!Ylfli51'5iF'-ii' Hfzhgiim 'f W' "iz:f'7"'f"L'-T'5:'T?i'?7'l'?1ljTi E-?'ff'l"'fiil5 Lf: 1L'P.?"!1' --I-Q 'v-ff'.iqffiwf.wf':,'1w:-nf '-' 7 ' I ,.,a.gi,i,.1 fi! "1 ?i5i'.,.,"j - "1 -ffif-fiif . 'i , , ., holr.l:,Lf3,:qiw1:l3J1il.iv .Q , 4 1ff:i,i,:":lrll?5a'i'ki'C1,.,Zl.liigljaiftffr 'vfz' ia ,fl gilj .!'1-11: !'-IWC ,flSQjf1'1.'v4Q,1a.fli1 . . . .uw .age--r m .- ... ... A - .su .. ' Q JA" Lf-uk '37-wffffu-'lf e.l7.'lJ."LL'-Lf..J1lQ 'P' 'f"". ' !.ij1-T1"l5.-'lQ:fQi5. -.-A .'-414' ff .1.w'-.':L.gHQf.:l..':"i35fl L-..'P'..."-'uk.'.' '-11.1-4,15 wg, j-V-1'fTT1L21tiii:1HiEFiEQiiT5if.'ES?4:':':.1"i2g-iv 'ifiziilll 1.25.2 Q 5 '.:1:j.-f ' -2' ' nf? QT JOHN W. WILEY 25 Spencer Avenue LANCASTER, PA. B.S.g Alpha Pi Omega 2, 3, 4, Vice-president 3, President 45 Men's Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Al- bright Choral Society 1, 2, 3, 4, Football Man' ager 3, 4, Albriglalimz Board of Control 2, 3, 4, Secretary 3, President 4, Y. M. C. A. Cabinet 1, 2, 3, Green Guild 1, Chemistry Prize Winner 3, 4, Alchemist Club 2, 3, 4. "He is happy whose circumstances suit his temper." ELIZABETH A. WILLIAMS 2323 Fairview Avenue READING, PA. B.S.g Greek Festival Committee 2, 3, 4, Day Students' Club 2, 3, 4. "The brilliance of your love at the mo- ment of its birth makes me . . . " E581 f ubgQeQ..1rL.:5xr.-,........1 -- L, . Mr'--1, 1.5, ,ante ..,,41J3:-ff-Q,-ir.eq-tfggfrrfff:-1251-1-sgmg ' I .Ji Us , A if UDMYSA 9...fj3L"-'8""""u fits-f ' 4' fig 'Ju 1 .ll X, I , V X 0,1-L " 4 "IJ A 'A I,- AMES J. WOODSl9N3J 'J5sW5"t" 1115924 'CJ l '1,l.ew1L. 15 Sayre Street X M994 bs V M I ig ,au-M-" ELIZABETH, N. J. 5, X "',. i M1 ebb N-' f1j,,,,4-Q - Q z B.S.g Zeta Omega Epsilon 2, 5, 4, President 45 ,3-1r"-"Q n Green Guild Treasurer 1, Football 1, 2, 5, 4,3pJ ,,,g,g-14-' Basketball 1, 2, 5, 4, Captain 4, Baseball 1, 2, , kwa... 3g Student Council 2, Varsity "A" Club 5, 45 'UA . , . S Secretary 4, Senior Prom Committee 4, Inter- , fraternity athletics 5, Cne Staff 5. ,,:.4i,y,g . 1 Wy 'I "Life is a series of surprises' K HAROLD E. YENTSCH 645 Main Street LYKENS, PA. A.B.g Lion's Club 1, 2, 55 Football 1, 2, 5, 4, Baseball 1, 2, 5g Inter-fraternity athletics 1, 2. "His ardent eyes, his glowing cheeks . . they called him master . . . " U91 -V N -A -jf, ' ff -,ZQELJTIZ 'Q '5-sf 1. . V lf. I- - M- hy , mil- 221' Y li Lvl A - ,.1zi..i eu .iittrzrirci411sk:33gLTg,2i.gj?1ififi1Hifi, QL, rg l ttf, . M, " ' "Q 1 U ' , LQ ' .. ' f u'-at my Lf " ALJ Z... t.:yL"lfEE-1. nf . . ,WT Mi.. 1 -- 'MW-of ,1"'1ff1'.'ggge,ff'wQfavzt-wr'-r.- ...,.. ..A, ,., .....--.,,--...,. .Emu , . Y. . , 5.2.1 ig- .. ,:.-, :'.'Qfj,'.""'31-,., :5 - ' ' 1. 'fm --1 ia- --' ---Y--A--.4..-.-i...--... .-.. - ......,-.. . U.. . 1 A. 4-0...-.-......,-'.. ..,..,Y 13-11 ,, T. LOUISE ZENER 1527 Locust Street READING, PA. A.B.g Phi Beta Mu 2, 3, 4, Secretary 3 Wom er1's Glee Club 1, 2g Albright Choral Society 1, 2, 5, Basketball 2, Y. W. C. A. Cabinet 2 Pi Gamma Mu 3, 4, Philosophy Club 4 "The best women, like the best govern ments, are least talked about." t fft? ak . W I MARION C. ZUG 12 Intervilla Avenue WEST LAWN, PA. A.B.g Green Guild 1, Student Council lg Womens Glee Club 1, 2, Albright Choral So- ciety 3, 45 French Club 5, 4, International Re- lations Club 4g Y. W. C. A. Cabinet 3. "Hands that the rod of empire mi it have swayed." - ,WL u J , If K ' reoi Q .U 3: . " ' I 61 zmiom WE thought and played together . . . joys and tears . . . success and faHure .. . groans and suules .. . beauty and secret shame . . . love and despair . . . poverty and wealth . . . no difference . . . we must lift our heads and keep marching . . . i621 ,..i'.1a.ri..3l...,-,Ei,4..,-,..q-g,,,,,.,K,,,g, ,E 4,,,1 ,Gil 1 - - ----.,,.4.,-, . . J w 5, -.- - . L23 .-li iw, , ,,,Y if W, , . T, W W ,Wi ,W gl -fa-p-------Q -----'f-- -. fi- f T- -.-'AHAZ Y-YY if-. - . ' ' W-If W'-Tre?-+ 5M4'ce Lpagur !4lM46S 553127 407.74 3 S W5 aw3ef7'!4a 7 Jaw 21404 0 fr J74 fzi Mrs! randi' - ga! ffdfg I .Z- w7arS ffdfw fzyyz-4' fnfz cfawfzcff? Wg asv4ff fare: and7!!'?f' far 2022. EUGENE H. BARTH 6505 Old York Road PHILADELPHIA, PA. A.B.g Alpha Pi Omega 2, 3, Y. M. C. A. Cabinet 1, 2, 3, President 3g Green Guild lg Domino Dramatic Club 2, 3, Quill Club 1, 2, 3, Philosophy Club 3, Student Council 3g Greek Festival 1, 2, Albright Choral Society 1, 2, 3, Men's Glee Club 2, 3, Manager 3g Deputation Team 2, 3, State "Y" Conference, West Chester 1, Buck Hill Falls Confer- ence 2, Reading Festival of Music 2. "None but himself can be his parallel." i633 . f e e"'eh" - f'fe::1"f1: "'4?fff :sri 1: fi iz efeiz ,Alon - Ad m -L V--'l4s.1:,.4g - l Jn- l. " T'ft,,-ii-i.a1i.if-,gi eff- .4 -cg we-:L 12111 .. :--Y'-1 f--Yf -ig'-A-Vinh.--ffvr-:ff-gg? P -1.1, 119, f,:':-n,.,q-Qzgr ,:.. LQ' ' .1441 'EL',,,j,, ' .' . . t ' ...M Y. ...,'-l.-i.., Y,,.:.,-. 'L ' ..... Y . Y ..,...'.,..Lcg, Y .. .,- -... JAH. .1 HAROLD r L. BEAUM ON T 127 West Maple Street l MAHANOY CITY, PA. l A.B.g Alpha Pi Omega 2, 35 Y. M. C. A. Cabinet 2, 3g Deputation Team 2, 35 Albright Choral Society 2, 55 Men's Glee Club 2, 3g Philosophy Club 3g Oxford Fellowship 1, 2, 3. "Sunbeam bright! Thou fairest ray." W , iffpfilsff 1+ -' 1 ff"f':i"1ff 1 -' - ,. ff, 1, ,Af :.- in - gf - f -Y.-,1-A-1 r---:.rf,:::,q-:Q ' , , l ,V , g-. ,3,,-,L V, - f Q1Q5 ,-ur-'1uu::.f.v.,',r' uf.-:',,'?5g,3"i'14 ',3,""E.1s1,u.ai+l.b4-'Is.t'T5.Tx,L.,....f4 f'1'i,g,KL3:1..nun."' " ""L3.i...?" 'FL , , - I, .,.-.- 2 W- ,g,.-:.-- ,in-TE, ,, icy. 4,:..l-,........ x.. -. .......:, -..mL,, .,.- M., 4-A-W -9 .-.4-.v uflzfrazg-L,-asia: A M, , ,,Am?,,:,E1,c.,,.,,,,,,,.,,.,,,a.u,c..t.t.,:t- !.aQU-f,um ,..1 -aa-Fianna..,.,.:.,mLim, .. . A , . w- . l, . , , , - ,., f '1 A, L fa.. ...,.. ,,,. , ct.. .t . WILLIAM J. BECKER, JR. 22 West6eld Avenue ROSELLE PARK, N. I. l B.S.g Zeta Omega Epsilon 2, 35 Business Club 3g junior Class, President 35 Cue Staff 5g Cue Dance Committee 55 Student Council 3g Varsity Football 2, 5g Baseball, 2, 5g Basket- ball 2, 3. "A man of such a genial mood." l 65 I 'T' ' -fu.z..1e,.-.s1g-,'..-fu:intl mga! 1.71.32 Jjafg L..:-- f' J.-,-asa'.1,f5..1frg ::.::f11, " , A W' C fmfm af- HF v'?fs1:3a4a5'B, 1. - ,f 1 :,21F'5, l a2im5'11f-5314:-Hff"'f1'1f-lTWW'71'i'- ffl -v ' -1'?'f'-?fFK- ELIZABETH BLECKER ' 32 Grace Street READING, PA. ' hx A.B.g International Relations Club 1, 2, 3g German Club, Vice-presidentg Cue Editorial Board 55 Day Students Club 1, 2, 3. "For silence and reserve is woman's genuine praise." i661 .-..---.Q-asa..-...,l-.., -H - .arming I Asif. 3 ,f - J , A ,ff,,5,ffijZ?Qe if ' I, EAN BONER 6 Los Robles Court Pennside READING, PA. A.B.g Phi Beta Mu 1, 2, 3, Student Council lg Green Guild 1, Dornino'Dramatic Club 2, 3, French Club 2, 3, Basketball 25 Albrigblimz staff 1, 2, 3, Cue staif 3, Day Students' Club 1, 2, 3. A merry heart maketh a cheerful countenance." 67 1 xl.. .W-L.. hall-rll-sq---L mill. MKII, ,-., , E., , fl- C, A A ' 5 w V .V ..1g- -'.Q'-J"L..L,'.4 1-1 ',,r-ut-if'.fgL4r-:t',-'our ' r 'ar '-"aN:M6Bb' f' 'P'-'H fini,-Llrf' ' .f.2.u,c - ',:,gt:f.9..:::f'. 13513, W'yf,,W " A fig. if A f f. ' M yfflfllllfit tilt ff ii jj.. lfif Wil C B iwifli .VJ ,Aff KW 'W 3 I' 'UV kiwi ' .i VU' W f .J .UN J I. ,I GUY BROWN ORWIGSBURG, PA. B.S.g Pi Tau Beta 2, 3, Chaplain 2, Skull and Bones 3 Philosophy Club 2 3 Lutheran Club 1, 2, 3, President 2, Vice-president 33 Y. W. C. A Cabinet 2 3 Albllqlilldll Staff 3 Debating 2, 33 International Relation Club 2, 3, Oxford Fellowship 1 2 3 Vice presi dent 3, Green Guild 1, Deputation Team 2, 3g Interfratermty Baseball 2 3 Basket ball Z, 3. "He attains whatever he pursues E681 'Ii-A 522552 'Y""5""' b Q J I., -' 5-1,74 '- -" .-1' -,1.ijTi-'Er'-E' ,vi ""'- 7 'J 'KE fgigi- a i " Y , ' v - 'ifuf' f . -.Y W . V - . 'il -1, Y, ,-1137-.-r. .7-'H-.--+9 - -- --Y-' .- - ---1-r:nr4 . ' -' , f. , Y. ,LV H , v f u 1 l " 1' .shy .-.:-".:-',-f Y 1. 'Q A I '. '-1f1w...' 1 -:U v, ,-'limb-lg, , :,: eJ-:L,..!,,,J' A H i . Ani i U AV ,Y i J 4,5 .W V f Y M N' ' . z . . ' ' -ff "Q 'WJ '- ' T . 1 '- ., Y. -- ' -ZYLTYI I' Y IfL'IHn.L'fI1"' 9Qfif?fi.'I'17i-ITT ,. . .. ,. ....... .,. -,..-.,m-...-.. Kang. .-E-.Y -qi . . . ' Y :lf f i-31,2 " "fZ" ""'l'J.T':LLR3I.Y1 'T' , J '. Kaus i"3iD -"' ' - V'-IVR "- - , .. :.r'r'f'2'f '-I'- "' . umm : JJ- E Y----,t. d ,--4--fn, ,, 1--11-43, ,1 .4-4:--,nrz --wtf -,- , - Y-, - .,,.- . . --1 .rv ,- 1' A.B.g Pi Alpha Tau tcmational Relations Migh .J 1 Y,f f' 11. . - A' J ' DOROTHY BUTLER 921 Franklin Street WYOMISSING, PA. 2, 3g Secretary 2g Green Guild lg Domino Dramatic Club 2, 3g In Club 2, 3g Cue Staff 35 Albright Choral Society 2, 3. "Graceful, ease, and sweetness, void of pride thide her faults, if she had faults to hide." 69 lf l ' " ' V i fell?-1 . 3 3 , -'-ii.: 'Q A :il 'Q -' ,,' .' -"." ". .f DJ. 'i" f"llf!'f:f'iiTf'i'.:ie7 ,fl-' .-i.. "f'..'1f . . 'T '.1"1LfQ: 2g1'2'-l,Q'.':'L'1'fPT!gEg?2g:?'l'5 A A 5 w. ,., l YN of' 'L 1- 5 ' , "X, yfll l l l l, l w l L' ELIZABETH l E 1 CAMPBELL Stony Point Road l WEST HAVERSTRAW, N. Y. m D w l l A.B.g Y. W. C. A. Cabinet 1, 2, 3g Class Secretary 23 International Relations Club 2 Secretary 3g Green Guild 15 Domino Dramatic Club 2, 3. "To know her is to love her." l 70 l i 4, ,.,.- .i '-. 'i"""73'5f:Ff'4'fEi.i' :'1-?? tZ"f.'+':i"12"2 2 'J 3 T1--' Y- .- --g, L- it ,' Wil? "1 fffgfzg 19.15" Q 5:5511 Z.. L ' li.. ..' - -- - .'l'1.L-KT I F -1?-211215: -Y "" " .- K- Y , , W , , Lf W, V , 1- , " 49.4, Lilllfzii W' ' - "" ' -" 1- fri A H '-'A Li' . L-,1'gf-i':rf "'-'?1-"---+'f'- -f- 'ff' ff ef Q:-ef fffe3 Jie 1, g4,2,a.fl,f LiQ,f.f.Jk f,Afvv1J3-1" .,4,ff4Ig-'g,44ff'v2-ff VV' Y ' A ,' P' . ' ' -, -. 'ft If C z tt- . .f t af ,- gi f st' ,7 ,1, I , V 8-2 l , l l Mus A. CARPOUSIS 657 Waslmingtcwn Street READING, PA. B.S.g Albright Choral Society 2, 3g College Orchestra 2, 33 Quill Club lg Men's Glee Club lg Freshmen Football, Basketball lg Varsity Football 2, 35 Varsity Basketball 2g Varsity Swimming 1, 2, 3g Varsity Track 2, 35 Varsity Tennis 2, 3. "I was born to other thingsfl l 71 l --' -Y rl' 3'1"' tgew f'--1-1 ii f.- 1-I-..f .-z 1. i rr- ,..,.,,--..r,..,cr...:. . ,.g,. --- C- .- L .-, ...,.-.,-,:' .' , J, ,413 ,, ,J M - --- :-- v 11-f--ir--f'-, ---211-f , 7-r g-- -3-v -A f .i -:fr . vw f- wg-5,., ,. f . , , . , - .T--if-ik? H-H-801. ..,-.. . . V . , . ' 'H ":.A."1jn-.fl .wi '-.- -,,Q,,:i",.",3,w - ,vt : Y , Q Wy., -,--'M -mtg 9 7417-:l""'y V '. ,Z-rw. L "'1 W 1 I., ..,f I 1- .. . , , . 3 ll 'ff'Jrt3l'rw+l"'lli,-:'5g'l2e1 ,J Q 1 '- gy fi if 7ffl'lf,iTi2lf',lf :LJ plflif 7i'lfQfJfT:ffffliYi15ffFff Y TTI . if 'lf f." if C4 SV.iQf5f73c.?.'-.FHS 45 -wif"-rrl., pa ,-..4, '-1-- -, .. . .- - ff- ,T-fgfxl,-.,f.T1:T,.+,.,.TT.,,,,,-t:..,L-, U V, A EHIMFRGWSM'""'W"'1fi'1PI"?'J ' 1 .v.- -f - M l i'-fy-as pf. rf,-.fa , W, , H -2, , ,-, , , , , ,, - ,. -----.. 1, -'---A - fr H- - 4- Y. . ...1,.r'a..1,9rg4E+ Mff ' ffuffl fi KENNETH H. COMPTON 30 East Webster Avenue ROSELLE PARK, N. B.S.g Zeta Omega Epsilon 2, 33 Albright Choral Society 2, 3g Skull and Bones 5 Alchemist Club 2, 35 Varsity Football 2, 3g Varsity Swimming 2. "Youth comes but once in a lifetime." U21 lf ' Y ...in 3 irish-'B r-ara:-' -54.1. Hgf'iE?ea3-Qtessr. JT' "1 ,ill ttf.-3 ?.":'2 4aQ.t.-.s-2.351-la, a .M Z::ai,-.,-2',:h:- . -f P ggi-- . -, i ' ., ,, , ,V ,L WT., F. ?,zWzJ,,f.-,f+f-.,:,-,-,:., , rr , A, ., V-.- ...EGF -.T.,--o., , 7 , ,I ,Q IJ U ,. ,, ,, . , , ,. , , i - ---. , y' ut, .-.,.,,7:. Af.. , . , , . , a v - 1 5 ', 1" -,Aff bl? glkrllijfff ,Z in 1 ' li ' ' 'l i , . .. 4, ,.Lff51:l.Li.5'.,fl..f-.Z--1"1'Q -C:,'iL...a,-.,1...,..l.a,i,-ha, L. -nba ...lug a .g4..,..,m.1.g..i:..a- -. ,-, , , ' "'-f-- - EET f. IZ' al" , 3 ia . Jgifiix i - .n1n:-E! A Q ' ' ' , , QL. " "hi 3' "-L1 - f' ' f' i Juni '3 - if sf 'L T'TT1' f-I 22' efff ' B. S.g Skull and Bones 3. if I, fi? I. ff f N, ' r f . W ,f Wt J X . RICHARD B. DAVIS 806 Penn Avenue SINKING SPRING, "Character is higher than intellect." I75I li 'Ii?zlFf,"1g1! 'Lff . ' ' ' I 'I I' 'L' A " ' M, FS, ---ff-G-ff-1--vi -. .. - '. E, , H.. Q I .. nv I ' . 'LP'f"- "ii M1-,mi, 'ix v, H 1' 1 '. .I ..- WL... ., Y-LA .. , ,I .I f.,.,.. PA. L:Y4,,, g,n-.Q . . . . . nw ,lp 1:-, 1.21, , ,,,,,, Y, ,,1-,:-,,,5:,-- it., . , 3.' " -T-:I 4 ' ALL: ,glggfi if- fi' f'-'l1l.-ZQF 1-. - Q, Kzf .. , , . ls fu-2.,x...H - 'gr-1 .. f- -li, -f --. -, , 5 . 4+ -ff - -f ,..Y -f-- - , l C M261 ffl! 'iff' LOUIS DRUCKER 975 W2llfl1H Avenue NEW YORK CITY, N, Y. B.S.g Skull and Bones 3g Alchemist Club 1, 2, 3. "He is not in the role of ordinary men." I 74 l um .f '-:,.,..-.-+1 . .--..- -T",.17'TIfT1. .,. ,wsu g-,.,.--1a.4.TT-1'3uubllol'-- HHISLW- rTf:::EIi11ig.9w"'-"-Z1 3"V'lT:TQfFQ'?-' --53 'lf-W A 11 V, i, - f.., -W, L: fn, 1 -v,,'1: y11Fifggnif:?L Y ' A' .- , - -- i V YN T -T Cfwn A - i f? -3. : , . 1 , Q' eye-TK .41fzizv,'l,f-ILPQ4, -..kt-- 5. . Q L -. -Y . -L -w -.,ga.V H- . 4 .- - . 1:4 -J., ., .- Ml, - V. H H - ......--.-- . .. - :r'1"'Y' ' '- fu. . mug ,JLp.,g-4 -1'?f":"' f7'!fZ'?v'Ff:Q 7? L. , '11 Y A - rs, . ' QALLTE f:1,:,,:2i.!::?3 t vm'-"-' P- uk-A T -2'-wa-m'-Fav-ivrwif nip- M- EVELYN ESSICK fMrs.j Q 234 South 5 Street READING, PA. B.S.g Heo Club 1, 2, 5g Lutheran Club 1, 2, 39 Day Students Club 1, 2, 5g Alchemist Club 2, 5. ' "Those about her from her shall learn the perfect way of honor." If 75 I . - V , . . . . ,. .., .4--. ,f- H- --..,4:1.l-fyl-gs'f-wfrf-fp., -f e . .qrlqrpw '-- ,.- ,V , .. . ..., , , ., ,....-. ... - ' 1 P. '1 L , 551,63 -.- gif? MARY FALCON E 255 North 15 Street BLOOMFIELD, N. I. BLS. 5 Green Guild lg Alchemist Club 2, 3, Secretary-Treasurer 35 Y. W. C. A. Cabinet 3 Albright Choral Society 35 Skull and Bones 3g Student Council 3. "In the still and quiet of the night there blossomed forth a lovely glowing light. i 76 l Y.. . . 413 1 1 . YYY 1 1 . -J,-1-1-2 7 .f-,-l-g 1: Q , 4 '41. 4, - T .- - - . 9-I f L- -v-1 ----,,1 f- ---2-:..., fm 1' - -.gg--- x.-.,, , 4-.,i1' W ff gt: V EDWARD K. FATZINGER 23 Green Street BATH, PA. B.S.g ball I Zeta Omega Epsilon 2, 3g Class President 23 Skull and Bones 3g Varsity Base- 2. "Today decides tomorrow." l 77 il vi' ' if fi". .ff."""-'QQ Q 1 Q4gj',j"'jj--'ST' Z i ' -34 ii! -'W ' '.-i'jiTfLf "'Y Y -7-- feffqw- 11, or -- , - f f s ' rf 'eq -e , -7--f --if-T e f--5791 i - f f l Cue f l l 1 I.l,.l.:. .':,w. .rJa3f'g.,fli YQ-77747, -, MJ... ' ,YEL , - .'-i-1A-"Mill J.. ' if .Q i 7139 feel f- f 1 s -41455 T e ef--. V---fs -l-.1 -If few Wwfkw HELEN FOX 2514 Hoifer Avenue READING, PA. ,f-" 1 ll l A.B.g Lutheran Club 1, 2, 3g Phi Beta Mu 2, 55 German Club 33 French Club 2, 3 "You are cool as silver And you smile." U81 , , , .f 1--f'1L -4-f:f4c-,... , .-43Eg....r:1:,. .,.-.u,.r.., . ,L Y .. , f ,ia ::4e1r32'f,--KL-.ii do lgmizaersgggncggcre V 1QgY,1.:1-d' - i -1 luv ffv-ggsfg e ff-f--Q-2-ern9:22-,SA--'1?fL:'-,,-Y-LLux --1 - - f f - 41 fri ff ETIiIf'L1:'X TTS' 'FM fifiif-'-1,-,LI:2,'f25i'L-- r- --- -- -- K A H n v . I I i H' MLN! DAVID C. H. FRAY 524 N. Bedford Avenue CARLISLE, PA. A.B.g Pi Tau Beta 2, 3, Secretary-Treasurer 2g Green Guild 15 Domino Dramatic Club 2, 3, Treasurer 35 Albright Choral Society 2g Class Vice-president 2g Freshmen Baseball lg French Club 2, 3g lnterfraternity Athletics 1, 2, 3g Band 1, 2, 55 Orchestra 2, 3. "I never dare to act or write As funny as I can." 79 -'H' .f r'?'i.i."r'1 1 XY u 'JJW1-1 ,ol .QL-A-lr5a,..1Q-A-1.gc,-,tgu 151.7 'vr nit 1 Q l l 'ury 71 5' ir 1, 4 wuww 45- M, -Q er- 'Q7 F f . Zs.':Zw-Lift.: N:-':Sf!:4M?7 541125. 3"-Ev-1 -:bi-1-'KTM'--Cf.-ffi-1'-7Til.w.3i:1i.'1f-,Q 'A " - 1-.glad ' - Y - "f- ': '- ---y1,"'5-1 :gl-vnqgmq-T-rp,-51, .f-3 mi:r':"1'? 'ff' ff'-7 . . J- 1'-"2 "'F":. -,uvmww I 1 "N "lux l - H, ,f--'grad' ,I ' ,,I,fl,," HJ "L 1" 1 1 "Q filhlefw E" 'ff"',',l'Tff:lfa':1"'!'i3-':if It '1 -' . ',, 4- . ,"lj1.'-ll he-.R ' HMI: -'LL,'1,i,1.I--1l -U. r'-iz.- . ,,' 'f-Av :lA.',,'-' ',j -,-'xgvu' . C , C .lucy . -.,. A. .. .. . -f J m i? ff fftlef-- " 1 .. -. .- ,-...,. V ........., 4, CQ W zu.. 'N ' ,iid . me Hi 1 iii!1ff:i3iJLiBSz,,i'JcfLE:.Lf..:'1EiElLf-"T,2513f'f'."'i.'Elf.-Q.-,-L' .STL 11:- MILTON FRIEMAN 11 East Price Street LINDEN, N. I. B.S.g Alchemist Club 35 Basketball 3. "Oh, what a feeble thing is speech, and blurred l30l A 7. V- fs- f ff-- - ..?1--1-T-:.2p+ --:-----,-.1--,w I -- --cf-.f...1:Agjg sz -is -3... -,A .:.. -,, , ' '-l.sa.3-, . - 'H "1" fn" f W '. ff' 'V-' 'f - f--lf-v-'K-uzf f ,,,,..,- . 'if 3 xw:fj'?,.fi ATF! QC' JAMES D. GARNET 1028 Allen Street ALLENTOWN, PA. B.S., Kappa Upsilon Phi 2, 3, Secretary 3, Football 1, 2, 3g Basketball 1, 25 Track 1, 2, Class Treasurer 2, Class Vice-president 3g Y. M. C. A. Cabinet-35 Student Council 3, Alchemist 2, 3, Vice-president 3, Varsity "A" Club 2, 3, Interfraternity Athletics 2, 3. "It is a great plague to be too handsome a man." t 81 I f" A ' V. . ' --,up A . , . . 3. if , M:-Arg: ' ',""7l ' W--1 ,' 'X "iLf3'7ff.i V' . T -- J' , Y f ,- i ' " ' ,i il- ,,.-lglfj-'I Q lL'flH'.llL29uQ,,1f..',, u'j5L9fn"Q?lf5.e,fl f' 1--i,Jli'w'3.j'T'ffbi," 11, 'l , vii. V, jjj r, 51: Aff.-r.z5"Q1g I, 77 ' l 7 . . ' 'tubulin uaizigigugif-f:g.j -4 1 A Llifi-P71 T 16 1,. '1,-+2""- - 1 '--- .1-vm -IEs:v..:'L1. ".'s'.,TIF2IT"Tv -' .--: Y fu.: FT "Wi tif ,-Agiig, 1-Tift' , 2- - , If 'B 3? Q16-ff!"v,,fpq,2J50,v J A A A if 22 ETHEL GOFORTH 441 March Street SHILLINGTON, PA. E P, fi A-1.5: li s, E, B.S.g Pi Alpha Tau 2, 35 Green Guild 15 Domino Dramatic Club 2, 3g Alchemist Club 2, 35 Skull and Bones 3. "There is nothing so kingly as kindness, and nothing so royal as truth." i821 A 4 1 li - Ere- MJWMMI JEVWA, HELEN GORDON 49 South Third Street HAMBURG, PA. fm- ".. V' 'T'n""' V:-'..:Q:, 1 :lui 4.4 Y B.S.g Pi Alpha Tau 2, 3g Heo Club 1, 2, 3, Treasurer 2, Vice-president 3g Alchemist Club 2, 3 g Albright Choral Society 35 Day Students Club 1. "Those who paint her truest, praise her most." KS5 Il ., , .-. wx.:-.ur -M., . --: YQ.-Q fs VL-L-1,-J ...Nz-.g. U...-.uw--1-V,-a.-:,,..,,V,,.,,. - - -- -Y- -- ,, ., r .. .. ,. ,.,,,,. ..l.,.wA..'.n-,., 4, ..-. . . :,f':i- L, fl ...gy , - ,f, 1 ,, , ' , :.,,-4,,-I 'U , . ,Q P'-it L -- :'i,5" J 1.L.'.1.31lfi..bliib!1ifSL2ifS7i1bY.i' " 'lGUIH.5 " " ' "' - , ,'.' f3l2 l ' LEONARD E. GRONINGER 819 Bellvue Avenue LAURELDALE, PA. B.eS.3 Alpha Pi Omega 2, 5. In thee is mercy E843 . ..1 ,-j1i5Li:::,Y,- - +- -Wyre iii. .A ,-1,-j-Qfg-1-JY' ,-5 Alchemist Club 3. Milwfff M f5fMff0""'7' . pgyggplfgf, mmf! Lnfg-OZJVKQ-v-'f ,fwfd-A JOHN M6 HAIN - 974' Wag WERNERSVILLE, PA. "Silence is Z1 true friend who never betrays."A 85 . . ,Hin ,N -.:....1:.4.Y 2 -...-an-Lf,4,q:L g- ,-,J -,-....-, ,A., -.V , i.-iii -1. . I, J!! I , i.-1 , -,. - . I . 1 , ,i nn. ' -- 4411 ' W . H4 ,-I-,xii -,-.4.--YY -,,-L 1 -A-vw ,L-, .-..' . -H .3 . . , -Vg , -,.. -,uf 'f-- - wg- l WY- - 1w, I L fi,-' 1 vi, u . f , .f I J . V K ,.J . J .J 1' -f K, W l ,i f' Y rf f 1 I I 9 . I l , N , . , 1 A V' ' ' .n. i ,. r fu 1 ' l V' 'rl A C ' nj? . K HENRY F. HAMER, JR. 4616 Devereaux Street PHILADELPHIA, PA. A.B.g Pi Tau Beta 2, 54 Men's Glee Club 1, 2, 3g Albright Choral Society 2 3 Bible Class, President 3g Y. M. C. A. Cabinet 3. S "A fellow feeling makes one wondrous kind E 861 SK BAWQ "l"'L"P'h1 71:25 Fl 1 ' TTL-. -.,,, Y .,1' i,',T'F.,'1"'Q. .ig .i'fTfl.f Ilvff' E1 ...1 Y., g, .A ,W ,J 3, ' - Zigi. iilfffif Tian: 77 , i , - - ,Y Q52 ix 'fox 553 'A A RQ fix XX ' X ., JK x EUGENE HATTON MILDRED, PA. B.S.g Zeta Omega Epsilon 2, 35 Varsity Baseball 2, 35 Assistant Football, Manager 1 2, 3g Interfraternity Athletics 1, 2g Cue Staff 3. "Peace rules the day where reason rules the mind." I 871 "-!Nf.::.n.::-mi'-' .P-1 " can -K 'l-. gg-.- ' , ,Au It . .4,4l,,LL.,-,,:-,,,. ..-.4-4-i,,,,,,.-- .....,e..4-...,g .44-.......i,hs. ... . - - A .',.,, 1 3---T-1:7-wzfpif-Af:T:'7: r 'Y , 'ij ,, , 2. -. f A ,- ,X -I P+" 1 - QU - 'K :j f" 'Tir 1 'j-if ' nl IM' .i 1 : 4. 1"' ""5f'-ll. Hi. :P 1 -- "3 ' . , 7 'if -- -vi -.1 1" 'gyxnei F ' - - -t - L Ldv "i 1 ' ' -- - li! ',-, J ' -' 4:-..., 1L'g?,1i'1.. ng-"-" .,gJL!,.Ls,.". -.Lj14, '.,-.' - E -L., ' 'L .... l'i'Ef?'j'F5f7li31!lT 'T 'I7ZT"lf,,QfrIi'fi'ff11.,'i"'3 'fa' ff? N1f'fl'f7f': T774 5' Q7 1 fffff f"-7 IT TQ' I it f K J laik ELWOOD R. HEISLER TAMAQUA, PA. A.B.g Albright Choral Society 2, 3g Oxford Fellowship 1, 2, 5. "I-Iushed be every thought that springs from out the bitterness of things 88 I J 2 s Q - .--.- ..:.:.-.-ew... yr'-1 vw- Q--1-Y -f- . .2---'-.A--V-9 1-rl--ef ' , . ' "-. , . Q 'fl "1 1111""l,"flill"""Il'T3'3 "'f1"UT"if11" I-'1L'l7l2.7Tf'5fl'if??1E9'7i!'A 1'.'ff-T 'f'-V 5'7'7f!g.'SEQ."?Jf, T ff3,'r-ilZi,..,f.'4l'i.' . A 5 .. 1 ..-aa- 4....?.--.n -,...,rz: .,.-femigngw 1.--..-5:f..-..... 3, .-..f.- . - , au.-. - exe- .. -,,.,-,gg,5:.p,.e.,.e:..w.f.a5..L2ae,x,r.crA:1 MMWK Wiatr My jaw, ff 'MTJM Mg? I5 JEANETTE L. HENRY 1550 Delaware Avenue WYOMISSING, PA. B.S.g Pi Alpha Tau 2, 3g Heo Club 1, Z, 3, Secretary 2, 35 Freshmen Class, Secretary lg Student Council 2g Y. W. C. A. Cabinet 1, 2, 55 Green Guild lg Domino Dramatic Club 2, 3g Day Students Club 1, 2, 35 B k ' as etball 1, 2 , Cue Staff 3g Cue Dance Committee. "They are never alone that are accompanied with noble thought." E391 , -V "'a"' 5 3? Agni ff,Yff'.f'f L'IC'TE?if5l1TfiT2ESiE1xJ2i" ff' " " ""' 1 .L .. -. - 1 - ' lik-JfU5YT:l':U53mK'-Ii?'Ii'EZ".J1'f??351 ' A . z .., ,'- 4: C'H?7F'l' "' ' , . E V ,, .. vzaull N5 'L A. JJ Af' +1.45 - -t .1 . ,. -, .ig .Ami , yfgfg - . ,. . . , jxlff ,' ji, fl' f ,-' 'I , , 3. 'V'-iv j, if .1 if!-' . , , ,, "3 1 , - 7 - ' - ' ' . - Mr' ' 1 QL TQ., -fff'.fw',.f'. 'f' . ,fL:.Y.-'K-'fy,Z', . . . . J . .. . .. . .L . . .-,.-'. ,.. J- -.,-.L...Q....-N, Q.Lc-..l1'5i-'L-li lmifli lZ5.Q.""" "" CQI.-'QL' -W in " "'2iQ. "7' K at ifif' Q s"J-..'7 '77f7'iwT J i U lhilnff IEA? S?-'FS 1 JOHN R. HENRY 424 South 16 Street READING, PA. B.S.g Cheer Leader 1, 2, 35 Swimming 15 Cue Dance Committee 3g Kappa Upsilon Phi 2, 3g Student Council lg Oxford Fellowship 1, 2, 35 Interfraternity athletics 1, 2, 5. "Our thoughts and our conduct are our own." K 90 1 E DAVID H. HINTZ, JR. 158 North 11 Street READING, PA. B.S.g Band lg Cheer Leader 2g Day Students Club 1, 2, 34 Lutheran Club lg Czle Dance Committee 3g Advertising Manager, The Cue 3g Kappa Upsilon Phi Fraternity. "Wonder is involuntary praise." l91l -. .- in --,, . . - ..-Y Y.,, . W. W .. .,, ...Y..---77-we --Y-.--vi..-ni-, 211121, :L4.e-.Lul,g..-....' ' gk., '- mi -,' - ' '-. ,f ' - 1 A - 1 L1 1 All L1-1--. - Ag gg-. ,4'...l.....+L.4,.,, ..' ' 'fff w'- y .i..., :... -....-..-. Q.. ...b..v.w. 'Cyl' li up Viv' JW' Al. FRANKLIN H. HOLTZMAN 718 Reading Avenue WEST READING, PA. -, . .,.Q1g .. . , , . ,. .., ..-q,.-p...-...--...QL ,.....- ,:..-ag. .ws-,.,.-g,s..u-ua-u B.S.g Band lg Albright Choral Society 2, 3. "Like the mists of sadness dissolved 6 i92l 'if l.,',fjf,-' f' I ,-,-, , , , ,,,, ,, . ,, ...W A. .Y . fAY , -.- , vm- , - 1 - ,---v--+--- v,-fax, . -1-1 :'-'ff "- -Q-5.71,-,,,,5,17-AALLAL-'E-,:,.mUV, , -LA t-VAHY, ,. , . ., ,Y Y, . , A, Y-AMAA L ,v,,,,,,, ,C ,.,.,, r,,,.,, ,-..,,...,. H. Y .MY ,.: -.,-Y,.?,-, 1-vTY:fT:-,V . .. A------f :f-----r--+-+-+- ---f-YA1 ----fr-f - -1- -Y----'f---:Irv vi ' ' 'Q-.f .Y-.gre-4,,:.g:m:,,::1lg.:Wifi.,:. 1. ,M , X- ' - .. , Y, ug.-V,:CS4Y. new H- 4-LAALY-1 -4- - 4 ---414,511-' 41' A . . :n:' Tn? 5' - . - f - ' fb er- '--1--1-Z - ' ' '- 'ig ijtjifl EETFL, ' :ZJ,,LJ.,L ii'l'Q 'i 3l JACK HOWARD 256 Cnrsonia Avenue Mt. Penn READING, PA. B.S.g Band lg Basketball lg Interfraternity Sports 1, 2g Track Manager 1, 2g Stadium Manager 2, 3g Cnc Dance Committee 3g Kappa Upsilon Phi 2, 55 Albright Choral Society 23 French Club 2, 35 Orchestra 2, 3. "Words are the voice of the heart." 9: lab-up , -5- ,-.4 . . . Ain,- " :T 'L'-frm.. . , f Aww- 1' 1. if fl!,'1,' 'li'l' f lvl .va ldv 1 ' l 1 'f - f ... -x Z Tl- If,1ail-7'x1I"...l.'2','..f'.l'f CZf'7:f.Jlif-..1 Ill an ,-,..... i.,.,.fu..L-4-i4L-.QIQIZLICQll? i ., ,..-.ITLICQTW vl"7'-' lf? f-' - f . " '- A f - ' -'-' - . " ' ii 1 -Fr, .V-amfi-" ' '1.27"'Ti . ' 1' f'f?'- l iff? l'9lilEi5tf'3ilf'!fWelle:?5w9rfr5lfiigE:iii2+,!'5i?MQFii? ' ' 'K' Q f',f !5' 1 "'55iil - 5 T: -3-, :K-' ' 4 V' H' Lai! . fi ,iq6ili.14f3s.'Lib'3I1iIi,1LfQ:r'ibEif:,zw- '.f.'. Jing, 'lax f l " " 9 fi ' 'iimffl , ... , a'Wf""'S'1ff5:"...-"..vimff:ig,315fi-1? E2:1Z2F51JaT.1?:.?Pif,:T4,.."fPTLff Y. LT? Tf glf 15.251 ffm J. MARCO HUNSBERGER NEW RINGGOLD, PA. A.B. "A man is rich in proportion to the number of things he can afford to let alone I943 fr, 1-V ' 5, EVELYN KAUFMAN 10 Sherrard Avenue GREENVILLE PA Asbury College 33 35 Albrxght Choral Souety 5 French Club My? Oh 1t s good to get up m the mornmg yi But it s better to stay in bed. ' 95 V F, V, fl, V -,,w ,.4f,.,,, .- " H ' rue, v'. 1 Um, , , A .. , ..Y.-,'f,,,,f. ,..-,..-,:.,,, ,,,,, V, , N ,V - V, -. . . . ,, ,Q . , .' , ' ..,:: 'j jf.f,-if1f1.ji'ii',cgkyggegc-,:,.'. L1'?.L.g1,5.',:-,LQ53.1 I'1QQfI11'1'f5' KARL KEHLER 515 Grand Avenue TOWER CITY, PA. B.S.g Kappa Upsilon Phi 2, 5, Basketball 1, 2, 3, Band 1, 2. "This plan the lark no sooner knew 96 Q I l J Hwy g 41'- MARYET H. KLEIN 28 Hunter Street TAMAQUA, PA. A.B.g Phi Beta Mu 2, 33 Czfe staff 35 Domino Dramatic Club 2, 3g Green Guild lg Lutheran Club 2, 5, Secretary 3g Albright Choral Society 1, 2, 35 Y. W. C. A. Cabinet 1, 2. "Her mind her kingdom-and her will her law." I97 ' ' 1' . . . ' Z f.'j i'j'ifQ'j ,"f1', L,'.1 .,fiQ.i,' '.1it'TTi"?.- ."1i'4l f' Qfsfr-'Tffffi'"5Q'f1Wl'l'?iiT i153V'f1V'1lQi'QVi!if!1fL7f.f . - A .' ,YHA2VALg4.!'Q" JOHN S. KLINE 719 Walnut Street READING, PA. B.S.g Assistant Manager of Swimming 1g Lutheran Club 1, 2, 3g Day Students Club 1, 2, 35 Cue Dance Committee 35 Business Manager, The Cue 3. "The hand that follows intellect can achieve." 98 A Q iq V A... ' 1 f"'UIf' I" ,. if -'Q-"J,,f. , , ' l 0 R... ' 7, L, Q 344, ,. -1.77, , V' i, A, , , . -. . : Abu ,.. f if f ,WL W If V!,Af,f! .fff ffpzffjf-. ,ll frpxld I o K, ifwgqw , K " "pi ' ,ni " 1 ',1fv,fif?' " X Y Q, M4 , , WLM 'W f 7.1 ' " W: ,x'wfl'4,f KVL' . ff V" fly!! E f , Lylyqfjl -V , xv -Jjygl f?fJ,.rf'- Q' KATHRYN A. KNERR 322 Main Street DENVER, PA. 3, Secretary A.B.g Phi Beta Mu 2, 35 Albright Choral Society 1, 2, 3g Lutheran Club 1, 2, 3 g Green Guild lg Cue Staff 3. "There is but one road to success-and that is merit." 99 f E I I I 1 ll mg ,M E if ,f ALBERT D. KUDER 621 Rising Sun Avenue PHILADELPHIA, PA. B.S.g Kappa Upsilon Phi 2, 3, Chaplain 3g Green Guild lg Domino Dramatic Club 2, 35 "The Animal Kingdom" 3g Men's Glee Club 2, 3g Albright Choral Society 1, 2, 35 Swimming lg Cheer Leader 2, 3g Band Ig Oxford Fellowship 2, 3g Y. M. C. A. Cabinet 3g Class Treasurer 3. "Human nature craves novelty." f 1003 'z:ear-:feQ-g,e:.71iggr:'g"g-71.--:em zzz- 'f txsff1fw1:2n11'r4f'rtro4Sxzivf-t:'A-z1ff'H?.l?:f3'f'f:'F:-r:3+1:n:-'-fa .- . -V f....- fl-':.1.L --'. , v-- - - - -W , ., . Y , ., T1 Ji- 4 . ,:f,TggL.Ti,Q,L-11:3 1., Ai ."1- " g'E,,.g11Le,, L-, -.t1..' igiggkiializil ""'QT25, ff,lQ,.Qffl QT.1.'lZQL Y .QSC i'ii1lQQf ' ,f L fl, Qi Q' nffj f 7' 77ATfJf"'?':Intl-Efififi ' ""g " " - " " gf,'f1' ' ' ' ,Q , . Q C C ...TL Lff if -" 'T' ii12Tf if ,.' ' ' "TT'IlZTl.'f Elf' 7 JOHN C. LANZ l 129 Stanbridge Street NORRISTOVVN, PA. B.S.g Pi Tau Beta 2, 3, Treasurer 2, 3g Chess Club 1, 2, 3, Secretary-Treasurer 2, Pres- ident 3g Y. M. C. A. Cabinet 2, 3, Vice-president 35 Associate Editor Freshmen Hand- book 2, 3g Albright Choral Society 2, 3g Men's Glee Club 2g Cue Staff 3g Physics Laboratory Assistant 2, 3. "Self confidence is the first requisite of great undertakings." 5 101 3 ' Ig-'-'EQFJ-5'.'iiT1j,ijj ifiii 'i 'wi' iii" jigs if HTfff7f'7f'u",I-'.1fE"'f T27-'I' .QT-.. -fQ.f.i,ffT S1Z,1if'.-f:':f,Q':i.fli. ,la-Q 'QQ 25.2 ""'3:"'.'f7"f - - Til?-'TL 'Wififf-'Toi if ' 'I' 'Y 4- if 5Q1f",'T'7i'C' u 1 , H F 5- Qa1,:giM.'n11j'i fnfiin F1 -.JH i.-JA' t If H- ., jxyng' ', . rw I. it ,gi , Eg.. 25'-Q , :,:,f:':'L: , ' J .' 1- -f-zyv'-wily - , 2' '- . iv -.' J '--.ww '- ...i-IV 'V1--. e 3 lv -1,-11-'. 'T-,-, ,V '96 3- ,fy : --,..,--3.39-24 Aan' nrllzig-v""' 'ff Cltlfrf3-7i1:3lAgf'd,1l'l:1l.f1l1'g.il4-32? iii-, -'mill Fx l -: 53:-, 1 4. 3 it l5,,l.l,17",."41-TLMEYS P21111-Q ,lf "fi -. J -4111 , I wif." ' --gl-I:.g,, 'H 'Q' "Q lfiQfQ2f7fff'TH-'ZTCQATC1.f"l'Q'1ifffQfl' .Qiiq " ' 'L.Qi1.S. Mlflf MMM, I' My EW HW 5.11 WWA f JW AMY LEITNER 20 South 20 Street HARRISBURG, PA. ? A.B.g Pi Alpha Tau 2, 3 5 Green Guild 1 g Y. W. C. A. Cabinet 1, 2, 3, Secretary 2g junior Class, Secretary 33 Student Council, Secretary-Treasurer 34 French Club 2, 55 Albright Choral Society 2, 3g Cue Dance Committee 3g Cue Staff 5. 'fSign5 of nobleness, like stars, shall shine on all deserversf' L 102 1 , 5-?s-if? egls:-.- 'L-.-.13-11 f- nf-f . X f ffg- - ,-ff y Q :QI---17 ry'-73.4 A 7 -::--77ggu'+-r- -gg .4fL"1:::sV:-e ., - -- L ' ,,,-,,,,- ,, ,- ,,,g,,,,,,-A-4 7, Y Gln. Z. RALPH XV. D. LEVAN 36 South 10 Street READING, PA. B.S.g Business Club 34 Cue Dance Committee 3g Tennis 2, 3g Debating 3. "Call it large on account of its contents . . " I 103 1 ZlI:!.7E'lfZT7'I1..1ff 4. 'DL W' -lQLg,..g",-,'I'DD7"""'?TA'L""'" W' 7" A -'.1'f4QQQ,"-"jr ' " Mg Y f- f-T'-rw ' ff? .-bg '11-'qc-71 ,4 J' ,. 1 :. 'T'r., "'-A " A- eff: 'fgfig' - 1 -'f'-'i , , r . vgY,.wi5, iii.ji!. i -41, y 3 .L,i-- . - a Nr, 1' V- 1 ,,,, -Q v Q ,u uf' . . . rv, ,. , U ,A X , , 1 ei t e i - D Y . -cfzgg J L 'z' is'-usnhbiz--' -his-Y' -" 5'-A4 L- - li' "' -441 -'Z V4 gl: 'A V 'ff-,4f "- 'MY A x 1, ny , ':,', nw- m'V5'?.5fi1i-il",'.fE?..L5.'' " ' lL Qglv-.W ' MQLTT, 7- 3 -'A' 3 VT' - " " eff"-iA7'T'T"D' " 'H 3 ' lln3nn4+--a-JL-f--an--vfcczwib.--:-r -.T f--nt., ',..,J,m.,,,1?,.,.-:.,.-.f -,. :L,gQ,,, , ...,,--...- CLAUDE J. MACHEMER 945 Elm Street H - D - --V - W . 1 ' .::s'.e .-gg i.,-1311:Uf3'i'f'1.i'i--gil,'.,, e 'rfige tfig YA 'g 5 K A.. READING, PA. B.S.g Zeta Omega Epsilon 2, 35 Alchemist Club 2, 35 Albright Choral Society 2, 3 Cue Staff 3g Interfraternity Track 2, 3g Football 2, 3. "The cautious seldom err." f 1041 1-did' 'E r- an-I IZDQKT .1 ' '.' ', 'U ',,,':f" 1. ' N A frijl' "lI'f'jf1y"f'TAf-5 Q' :"f:Ff4f'f . rf' , Tv 'Riff C - U ,E ,, V - f ' '- -1 - ff- ff - 1 ,gg l ,',',',-i-2'f,-VLN,-,-75,114,wif l Q .' 'ff-1 "' ,'5,'cf'-'IJ-' 'lc' . ,. ,, W.,-W ,, ,, H. , ,, ,, ., . W W, Q , 'A 74.1 ,1v2'Liil.Jvjai.A0Ah'.'.llI v-411 -iilnh I bvtdfib Y . rvihg-412 A11 f - - ,Y . -- Af- u-- -'lA- '- - -Y.-fvis. .wrrl kv IA- 1-,H -7- .. ' fnfrtg '-n""f V . E. MASON MARCUS 1658 Mineral Spring Road READING, PA. B.S.g Alchemist Club 2, 3g Skull and Bones 3g junior Prom Committee Chairman 3. "Noiseless as fear in at wide wilderness . . " f 1051 n i-.. --1..-.,, , W ' gif, f-WW, fi if 'Y 7 ?w5He 1ff::35.','-1-I, 4 'f " ' A ' LEWIS F . MARDERNESS WERNERSVILLE, PA. 13.5.5 Alchemist Club 2, 3, "F1ushed like a throbbing star N061 5 T jj'-,: 1 .- ' 515 ii' LLL, - 17,-1'-ig 1-I -' if:-? Ln. 2 ' f 5 1 " " ' ' " "' .4 f ,,7-r7.f,t'. :' i U 'iQ"f,J5l'QQ4i: ,4, W K, .4421 , 4.7-4-i- . 1- -:AW 4-xx 1 i XWILLIAM M. XTX, fr t 325 MCCLINTOCK 47 North Main Street HUGHESVILLE, PA. B.S.g Alpha Pi Omega 2, 3g Varsity "A" Club 2, 3g Varsity Football 2, 3g Basket- ball 1, 2, "Solution sweet, meantime the frost wind blows . . . 51071 , f ,,.Y.i , V, -H, 5 Q-Bi' ,,.g.14,,,,,g, , QL. ,W tif of GRACE MENGEL 119 Morwood Avenue WEST LAWN, PA. .-2 In A.B.g Day Students Club 1, 2, 3g Lutheran Club 1, 2, 3g Phi Beta Mu 2, 3g German Club 33 French Club 2, 3. "The way to make friendships that will last long is to be long in making them." fiosj 6 - - - - - - - ' 'H' - " " - -2' ' J,,'T:L""'f1'l3iL1'1T'T'l'.T'I2T,T Y: ', '-, V. ,. ,. - , r , - ' Y ' "W--'W-?"-" " i:-.1f.ff-.-1-: q' - ff-A W-.----P1 -- -'--f"-'-f- -J 4 ' -W-L--1 ,, - -L-g f., L - HAROLD W. MILLER WERNERSVILLE, PA. B.S.g Band 1, 2g Alchemist Club 2, 33 Cue Stal? 3g Orchestra 2, 5. "A moral, sensible, and well bred man . . L1091 ..,-L,L..L WL. ,.L-,,-,-.--, .. -- . ,. , , -Q '7"' W' YQTZQQY -TW .-.------V-W--W M- . . . . - V -.ziftvfgf-7fT,-7,-,T-ff,-.-i,, f 'rr 5. gg SWWIR 'IEW' W' ,Lfg'."f. .ft'Q,7' L'.f" ,f fr ",:','." I-'f'-'jf Q "L, A -ff F4 011211, Ae i:.: gg ,, , ig., -, L-3513... , 1--g QL. -fj:j.lii'i3'1" ".fgQgLLQj'1TQ1"j'i',"'if"1'ij' 'i 5 1 ' --57' if tiff .iv - .mf-sus , ,. .. . - , f -. .1 .V f r '+" - wwf-A -'rw L. eff' 4 . ' rr: 45 1 If . ' f vi -f .r . , 11 W ,I - '-V .-'h-.l+.E. 1,'l'n,,3lJ1l ,,'-.5- ,I 'I, ' 'lu' 6' lf -, fe if " , N J M , , 1 x .2 H ' gp Y :'+:' " ' v an - -' -LAL: ,. " Ld' J A 'RH' ' v 5 1. ' ,lv . ., H Li J- nik-L' - f HA-AVA.,-5-,.wrr.,:.:a r:AvA1y,w.: w. Hia. Q- A. 1 Y- .9 1 1- T S-. N-Irv , I .1 x , 4 ug, rf I Y ffl w C gr CHARLES J. MORAVEC NEW CITY, N. Y. B.S., Editor-In-Chief, The Cue 3, Sigma Tau Delta 2, 3, Vice-president 3, Quill Club 1, 2, 3, President 3, Y. M. C. A. Cabinet 1, 2, 3, Secretary 3, State Student Y. M. C. A. Council, Treasurer 3, Albriglotiarz Staff 1, 2, 3, Albright Choral Society 1, 2, Green Guild 1, Domino Dramatic Club 2, 3, Freshmen Handbook Staff 2, International Rela- tions Club 1, 2, 3, Vice-president 3, "Antigone" 2, Czze Dance Committee 3, junior Class Prom Committee 3, Philosophy Club 3, State "Y" Conferences, West Chester 1, Gettysburg 2, Lebanon Valley 3, Kutztown 3, Middle Atlantic State Conference of In- ternational Relations Clubs, Syracuse 3, Reading Festival of Music 1, 2. "Genius is mainly an affair of energy." f 110 1 Q 1 r '?'T:45,Q5,' Q A l Y .-..s.,i.?-Jr:-:Zi 1 v 7 -- SAMUEL R. MOYER WERNERSVILLE, PA. A.B.g Men's Glee Club 2, 3g Albright Choral Society 2, 3g Band 1, 2, 35 Freshmen Basketball 1. 71' The man who is successful is the man who is useful." 51113 I' l 'K-' -Y . '-!iiQi:1g'l.SQ,.,., . ...V V . .. - Y Q. .Ql,,Y,i.fQ.Yfi.i'ff f L V . eiQ,,.-, .fg Qfffri' T Ylillf 1 .- 'L ' f-' J H ffl -Ziff To 1 .'1a5:1f" 4, f-- 7 wr- " M 4. ,QQ 'QTQiYlTi" F' ' MILDRED NEWKIRK HAGERSTOWN, MD. B.S.g Phi Beta Mu 2, 5g Green Guild 1g Y. W. C. A. Cabinet 3g Alchemist Club 2, 3 "She looks as clear as morning roses, newly washed with dew." Ling w-rude V, 4 , l , V --,- - V -V - -----K--- ' -' - LEO OBRZUT XWYOMING, PA. , ,, ,.'...x,! W -ram , , l..vn Bb IXHPPI Upsnlon Phu 2 3 lootbwll 1 2 5 Capt1mclect4 Basketball 1 2 5 MWUIECFZ 5 Vflrslty A Club2 3 Skull 'md Bones 3 Baseball 1 2 3 Courlge IS the greatest qualzty of the mmd next to honor QM - . f , -' ' . 1 ' -1 . - - '1 ' 1 1 5 1 1 s ' 1 9 1 1 f Y A Q- .. .. ' , . L L 1 - 1 ' 1 1 ' 1 9 1 ' .1 - - 1 I - - 1, I u g I lj 115 J ff -V A ,- ,-.A ml' 344341 'f Y 'Yf"i ' "?,jf'ff ,Q ' "W" 7' ' Y- ' ,f,f.,e Y .. .,V-p44---WA-44--' ' AA-J Vqrkw, ,M . -- - - - rf- - - -- -' " "-'wfif' " """"fi""" 1" 1- wif H . . - A -4 . -n . J l 5 F N ll l 'M A I 'k- w w 'Ml f 1 Y ' ' ,.,'- A ,. ,4.,'Q1'.".. .,.l 4 fsL ff- -Lev-f - .Y .WWW--X f A - - U 4-4------ --" --- , .f,Y--.--..- . """' f V-7g V . "15fs.al3QF1 W 1- ' ' ...---av. rim, - .. . - - - ff--41338-L f , 4, ,e-,.-g.,,,,.,,,-,,, ,A -C , , , A Q, Y I, ,, V A Y 1.1.-f--,v+1---'ffT- L--1 LQ" j,,' in . - - --e- -W Y L F' ' 'U 5:-"N "V" 4-Y ' 7" -7' f 4-A. . -.....-' 1' '-Y' "-i-2..- -11.-...--.Lzz-N-. 4,5 -f Qrf- Hd , , PAUL C. OTTEY 1441 Pine Street NORRISTOWN, PA. B.S.g Alchemist Club 2, 3g Skull and Bones 33 Chess Club lg Green Guild Ig Frosh Baseball Manager 15 Albright Choral Society 1, 2, 3. "Happy am Ig from care I'm free." L 1141 --- if -+ .-L 1 .1-4.?, - "5 ' "V Vg- , 1 ,-,T.fQ, -,4.,:Lf L ,.g ' .., -,- 6- ---7f,,.1,..-Y .-.-.1-J ei'e5f '1 fr,+-HH 1 3 4 ij , j 2,-7 ' -, , .4 1'.13ii1,fg1 1-1, ,,i,i4,o1 4, 1 -.111 11, '2'!7'f'E-f "'T7 f-'W' T t7' ' 3 Tfgi-737-1 il- DECT' -.N 1 54.542 ' ,-L .'-.QLLQC I ,,.A,,,.A. fue , , .. .-. N- '-.- ,A--..,-.w .f :nz ... v - -.----:- ,,Q,l"b4.r4f LEONA REED - 158 Orwigsburg Avenue ' TAMAQUA PA. B B.S.g Phi Beta Mu 2, 33 Heo Club 1, 2 3g Y. W. C. A. Cabinet 1, 2, 3g Lutheran Club 1, 2, 35 Albright Choral Society 1, 2, 5g Women's Glee Club 15 Alchemist Club 2, 3. "The force of her own merit makes her way." 5 115 J 3, f--A --Q-1---mn , ,r-., . ,,-..,,,--.--..,,-:- 1-7, Y--nrsqf-,,,J,L,,, --- ---f:'f -4 ' Y- 1- :,.. : il - ,, PHILIP L. RETTEW JOANNA, PA. B.S.g Alchemist Club 2, 3g Skull and Bones 3g Student Council 2, 35 Albrightian Board of Control 2, 55 Business Manager, Freshmen Handbook 2. "Patience is powerful." 1:1161 ,f , ' If I ' ' 4 W-1431" "g'g.17gg"2"'Y 'U ' C' ' 'Y' -':3f4'p...' "' ?3lf..':'91:.Ji ..--1' 'L.:J:' V . Q-s4"',ll-P' T -'71 ' B I 5 . ,, :, -' . ,J - .,.V --if W - , T--f -,,-,M if-, ,, ' if . , . X, ', J ,,-f,'rfr4,,,,- .4 4-' f . '--.f,f." ' A , .i - i i A 511'-.-...-g.,, , Z- "" Li., .51 .Y JL:.u.. 4..A...ua-,-41 .I-mu, :mf :zu if fwwj 'VW 3 ,ff My V Il fy f ETHEL I n SCHAEFFER 752 North 12 Street .Q3 1 READING, PA. ,J B.S.g Phi Beta Mu 2, 35 Green Guild 1g Domino Dramatic Club 2, 3g Day Students Club 1, 2, 3. "Laugh and the whole world laughs with you." I 117 J ,. -, - -. . ...D t... V , , , .2 -- . V ,.v..4,,..-73.fvqT-T-t.,-Tmw --.7 .5 .1--qvfragggwfgyagw-fn435ff:7,vFg.ng?.,. -f ..,-. -. .T .. . - ., ,. , Jf!.Qif'fj..f '-,'--Ji' S . 1.2.-'QBXIUH'-T121-LC.:.J-Zfblltlti-4.1.'!J:10TJi.a'H'-V!fillTL4'JEi " ' P4'?T'?I' r .::..i . . """!?L "CY-705 4 -1- - , - 1 Q51 7"'i1iTC :fiZI'LL iTL.. -'Lv-1' ' ' -----faiffgf -fi --:M f Y 2-111:g:' f .if -H f -,,. isis--' iih.......ai:::---n-Lm:..4la,.. .f:i H- , . ,, -- -------inf Y, Eg,-7-l FREDERICK M. SCHWARTZSTEIN 207 Adelaide Avenue HIGHLAND PARK, N. B.S.g Men's Glee Club 35 Varsity Track 1, 2, 35 Interfraternity Baseball 1, 2, 3, Basket ball 1, 2, 33 Football 1, 2. "Let me have an audience for a word or two." L 118 1 E1'7"""Y-1 'f-1,3ew- 1414- ' efgi. - ,J . V f f -Qui 4 ,Z .gs Y, NWLL. - .. "'Z.lf.4.Jl..L.rLf- ., . .a, " . , -if j'-if 'fe' -Y 'A eff- rl xi' i ' . M iff' 14- '-1fPgl2'4' f ,. , 4 QL, 44--- 4 Ilgi'Q1Qf1,, 4,434-,u,-gLTf'f' e e' w . e- :--- gg,-.-A .-1-.L--,, - ,---,,-n--k- f-.-.R -if -:z?-T,-..:- V . .- . .--,-- ---f-- -if--v , - .,4T---- LEONARD F STEPHAN Reading Blvd. and Morwood Avenue WEST READING, PA. 5 cv L5,.,.fffJ"' A. B.g Albright Choral Society 2, 35 Green Guild lg Men's Glee Club 1, 2, 3g Reading Festival of Music 1, 25 International Relations Club 25 German Club 2, 3g Cue Staff 35 Varsity Track 2, 3. "Well timed silence is more eloquent than speech." f 119 J Wai 39 MCQMJM Milk , mMQft7M -w-15.2 - .'A?.i'T""':'f?."u X -' '-Min""if'-f':-- r ft- ffvrfff l,11,..ig:f' ,'f M- l" -41' ,V - , V - , - rf -3 1- ,-' 1' .- ' W Hl.,,,, X , 4: i, x 1 i 1 - Y ' W ' ,fp 5, V 3 ' --Ju C' ll ' ,ix . f fi -L u. l t C if- fe-V-'W -- - - ..v. ..-, 1 ,- 15 g.,--- :.,1-.k., Y.. , V , JOHN SWENGEL 91 Charles Street WILKES-BARRE, PA. B.S.g Bucknell junior Collegeg Football 1, 2g Basketball 1, 29 Baseball 1 3 Class Treasurer lg Sen Baiu Society 1, 25 Sophomore Hop Committeeg Y. M. C. A. Cabinetg Science Club, 1, 2. "I have a heart with room for every joy." f 1201 i,'1i:',.'fw,-li . Ll 'f.j,-fg, xii., H f:',ge,.l,,,- J,r,f:,.' 7--,, 1-.1--.7 :.- , . ' -.2 'Y -1. -. .E A A, .At 5-121. Y. -,.j.1-. , . ,-, 1 ,W WILLIAM TROSTEL 223 East Walnut Street SHILLINGTON, PA. ff fi!!! l3.S.g Men's Glee Club 1, 2g Band 1, 2g Albright Choral Society 1, 2, 3g Reading Festival of Music 1, 2g Skull and Bones 3g Lutheran Club 1, 2, 3, President 3g Circulation Manager, The Clie 3. "He works with patience that is almost power." fizij -e i it 1 Y ,, . ,. , ' - .2111-'-' 4-Pfff.A,,--,l ....- . , ,E ii.:-1 -L. ARTHUR R. VIVINO 939 South Chestnut Street MT. CARMEL PA. , " E 41 - 1 , B.S.g Kappa Upsilon Phi 2, 3, Treasurer 35 Orchestra 2, 3g Interfraternity Football 1, 2, 5g Basketball 1, 2, 33 Baseball 1, 2, 3. "Only to wonder at unlawful things . . . L 112 J 1 .,,- .I 1Hr,.-...iigp.,- . - - - ----1:--t--,Q:f.az: - gf., ,I -,ff: 1? f' - ld 71 .-3 -UT-.- .MH-If f 1:-' MH- - --A - --' - .4 -5-if - - -f- nff- - ff - Y - - -'- riffs" :Ti ""f'7 ' - iLa..r,4'- 'U' ' 1 -' ff,-ff ,rf , - , - . .- -..,, , . Y -M J- - - 1 'V' ' 5 .,: xi gi,.A:5,Q-:"f, ' r . ' -'wig - 3 L-:I1."A3, I-'.'i.:'T.j ' 77f'1'?'4Z' -'Trl-1 ll! ALM-f,--A V Y .-,, , . , A-.U ,Y,,Y::- ,F E AQ- AA 'YU Q- ,, A V, .5 YY-Y Hug.:-lb ,, L --'4+-- -- e- - v - - - - - f- -- ---- - V f- v Hfiq-fl 1---Y--,W v- - V +7 -V -W. - Y,Y, P A , 4. .- ,.,, ,,,, , , ' - Agwmgikl 7 .nfl - V .:' ' ': - 7 'W' ' 'N' figijv rf-1:3-2 ,,u, Y 7 ' '7Zf" f'.C' X , 'T' EDWARD J. XVIATER 121 North -l Street READING, PA. B.S.g Alchemist Club 2, 33 Skull and Bones 35 Philosophy Club 55 Freshmen Hand- book Stxllf 2. "An affable and courteous gentleman." 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YODER SHOEMAKERSVILLE, PA. 19:1 B.S.g Pi Alpha Tau 2, 3g Heo Club 1, 2, 3g Day Students Club 1 2 3 "And on that cheek, and o'er that brow So soft, so calm, yet eloquent The smile that wins." 1:1241 UNDERGRADUATES . . . a necessity to every college . . give us spirit . . . strength . . . power . . . and a hope . . . the world is not so bleak . . . we march higher as age advances , , . f125:I Dfw-ff' P1 emlent Vice Prerzdent Sec: etm y Trearzu er ADAM JOHN H ALEXINOK PETER ALFANO MARY C AQUILINI ELIZABETH BAGAT SELMA BARRER HARRY G BAUERS HENRY R BEHM RALPH C BEHRENSHAUSEN BFRNICE BODNARIK JOHN JR BosLER HELEN W BOWER KENNETH 1 BOYER GERALD S BRANDENBURG FRANK C BROGLEY BERNARD BRONSON EDWARD W BROOKS REBECCA C CAMMAROTA EDWARD R CAMPBELL KENNETH U DEGLER DISEND EACHES FARLEY GEORGE GEREER GRACE M. LEO . MARGARET E. ANNABEL K. FRANKLIN K. EUGENE GOLDSTAN H. ROBERT GRAY CATHERINE I. 9 fqlbomwfe Clary LESLIE KNOX ARTHUR STLITZ JEANETTE SHELLY JOHN MULLER 213 N 6th Street Readrng P 56 Augusta Street South Rrver N 137 Academy Street Wrllramsport Pa 849 N 8th Street Readmg Pa Cfrlrfon N J 1429 Lrnden Street Readmg 1925 E Troga Street Phrladelphra u32 Mmeral Sprrng Road Re1clIng Vester lflace Smkrng Sprrng 791 Amboy Avenue Fords N J 207 South Avenue Medra Pa 627 Ames Place Wrllramsport Pa Werssport P 61 Jauncey Avenue North Arlrngton N J 1317 N 12th Street Readrng Pa 40 Jersey Avenue Suffern N Y Delta P 22nd Street Kenrlworth N J Stony Pornt Road West Haverstraw N Y . 836 Pear Street Reading P . 900 Chandler Avenue Roselle N. J. 1573 Garfreld Avenue Wyomissing . 85 Second Street Montgomery . 546 N. New Street Bethlehem. . 5067 Bedford Avenue Brooklyn N. . . 243 S. 13th Street Reading . . . . 120 St. Peter Street Schuylkill Haven Pa Ojicerr I' . 4 , ...... 1 , U' ' , a , .... , . ' , , j , ..... , ' , , ..... , , I , . , ......... , . . , -----. ' , ' , Pa. , ..... . ' , ' ' , Pa. , ..... If ' ' ' , . ' , Pa. , . . .... 655 , ' ' ' , Pa. BIDDEN, C. ARTHUR ..... 30 N. 11th Street, Reading, Pa. , , . .... , ,. . . , ...... . U, , . , ..... , . , . , ........ . , a. , .... , . , . . , ..,. . , , . , ..... , , . . , ..... . . . h , a. ' I, ..... ' , , . . , .... , , . . 5 I 3 a 5 D 3 , , , P21 , , , PH , , Pa , . , Y , , , PH , , , GRAY, JENNIE B. GREENE, HELONE M. HECK, MARIAN I. HOTTENSTEIN, GERALD HUGHES, MAURICE P. JONES, DICKSON J. JOSEPH, CHARLES J. JOWn'r, RICHARD N. JUMP, CHESTER J. JR. KAUEEMAN, EARL KLINEEELTER, MILDRED KNORR, JAMES W., JR. KNOX, CECIL J. . KNOX, LESLIE .B. KOWALESKY, HARRY J. KRICI4, RUTH F. LABAW, LOUIS W. LEEER, CLAIR L. . LEVAN, KENNETH B. LYsCzEIc. STANLEY MANN, WILLIAM T. MAST, ANNA K. . MATTER, GLENN E. MCCORMACR, PAUL D MILLEIX, JOHN H. MOORE, CHARLES F. MULLER, JOHN J. MURY, 'THEODORE R. OSLIsLo, ALBERT PATEE, WILL SELDEN PLo1'rs, KLINE . POLHEMUS, ELIZABETH POWELL, WOODROW REAM, CHARLES H. REED. W1l.l.IAM S. REHRIG, FORREST J. RESPOGLIATI, MORRIS RICHARDS, R. ELEANOR SANDO, EVELYN M. SARNOFF, PAUL S. . SCHACH, PAUL F. SCHEIELE, EDITH J. SCHIEEERSTEIN, GRACE SCHAEFFER, MARY H. SHELLY, JEANETTE L. Sl--IETRON, BERNICE M. SHIRK, JACOR . SILVERMAN, MORTON S. SIRREL, CHARLES W. SITLER, JACK E. SLINGERLAND, IsAAc R. SPENCER, WALTEIK S. STISITZ, ARTHUR STRAUII, MARY E. STROHL, CHESTER E. TALCOFF, AARON TEEL, HELEN A. TOMKOWICK, WILLIAM TREIDA, PAUL E. TROISI, J. ANTHONY TUREITT, VELMA E. VACH, FERN M. . WALBOIKN, LILLIAN H. WALTER, CHARLES A. WANNER, H. HERBERT, YOHN, RUTH M. ZELONIS, EDWARD A. ZUKE, WALTER .lg Y .-5-Ta-.-...at-w.u,-..-.....-.... T.,-....--....I-.L..-.qR1 120 St. Peter Street, Schuylkill Haven, Pa. . 515 N. Elmer Avenue, Sayre, Pa. 15504 Clifton Boulevard, Lakewood, Ohio . 609 N. 9th Street, Lebanon, Pa. 509 River Avenue, Lakewood, N. J. 258 Academy Street, Wilkes-Barre, Pa. 1047 Madison Avenue, Reading, Pa. 1269 Miriam Place, Hillside, N. J. 2089 E. 5rd Street, Brooklyn, N. Y. 117 W. Lemon Street, Lititz, Pa. . . Stewartstown, Pa. 4716 Griscom Street, Philadelphia, Pa. 35 Hurden Street, Hillside, N. J. 35 Hurden Street, Hillside, N. J. 1119 Grand Avenue, Tower City, Pa. 106 Douglass Street, Reading, Pa. 14 Louellen Street, Hopewell, N. J. 206 Locust Street, Wrightsville, Pa. . . . Esterly, Pa. . 122 S. 5rd Street, Reading, Pa. 4666 Castor Avenue, Philadelphia, Pa. . 507 Haskin Place, Reading, Pa. . . Loyalton, Pa. . . Rimersburg, Pa. 150 Oley Street, Reading, Pa. . 89 Walnut Street, Milton, Pa. 15 Mading Terrace, Hillside, N. J. Hillside Terrace, Irvington, N. J. 285 Oak Street, Perth Amboy, N. J. 1059 Duncan Avenue, Lansdowne, Pa. . . . Muncy, Pa. 254 Piermont Avenue, Nyack, N. Y. 24 S. 9th Street, Cranford, N. J. . . . Johnstown, Pa. . 1229 N. 15th Street, Reading, Pa. 250 N. West Street, Allentown, Pa. . 255 W. 5rd Street, Berwick, Pa. . 1606 Olive Street, Reading, Pa. 3400 Rosedale Avenue, Laureldale, Pa. 4 Lafayette Avenue, Suffern, N. Y. 550 N. 10th Street, Reading, Pa. 155 W. Douglass Street, Reading, Pa. . . . Leesport, Pa. 1905 Hessian Road, Reading, Pa. 1511 N. 11th Street, Reading, Pa. 127 N. Railroad Street, Palmyra, Pa. . . . Denver, Pa. 1212 Eckert Avenue, Reading, Pa. . 59 N. 10th Street, Easton, Pa. 6 S. Maple Street, East Prospect, Pa. . . . . Troy, Pa. 141 W. Windsor Street, Reading, Pa. 425 First Avenue, Haddon Heights, N. J. . 1507 N. 14th Street, Reading, Pa. 311 Waverly Street, Shillington, Pa. . 417 E. 5rd Street, Bethlehem, Pa. . 1611 N. 15th Street, Reading, Pa. 67 Whitehead Avenue, South River, N. J. . . . Pine Grove, Pa. 10 Anderson Street, Raritan, N. J. 504 Sunset Road, West Reading, Pa. 951 Penn Avenue, Wyomissing, Pa. 207 E. Main Avenue, Myerstown, Pa. 415 Timberlake Road, Upper Darby, Pa. . 1555 Perkiomen Ave., Reading, Pa. . 12 W. 4th Street, Pottstown, Pa. 50 Mauch Chunk Street, Tamaqua, Pa. 62 Augusta Street, South River, N. J. LAL i . qs . .I . . .II-I.4LI..1I,-.. Aga., ..-I . .. Y .X ,- , . ..,... .L .... ,w...-4- ..,...rm-aux,-. ,, f...,-.,q..f, T,- , MIL, ,,1'll , I. . I 3, ..- .LLAQLINAE -'-' - - 5 1.1 " .uE..l'la.LL.au i.Li3LiQ22lIhL.xIi.liiIli2.L-.li 'iZ.1kL.I.I..ilflJEis-Go.-. -.au I I A President Vive-Prerident Sec1'etm'y Trearurer ALLEN, ROBERT W. ARNOLD, MARGARET G. AUMAN, WILLIAM BAUMANN, CARL D. BEAMENDERFER, JEAN B. BETz, KENNETH . BINGAMAN, CARROLL BOGAR, JOSEPH BOGAR, MARY G. BOLLMAN, BETTY BONNER, MICHAEL A. BOOKBINDER, IULES F. BRINER, LEWIS A. BUCK, MARGARET E. BUSH, LouIs . BYLER, GEORGE Z. . CARMITCHELL, ARDO A. CASE, ARDELL E. . CHOBORDA, GEORGE . L Fmbmen Clam Ojirerr 51281 MARSHALL SELIKOFF ROBERT HOPPES FRANK PERSICO WILLIAM MCFADDEN 1354 N. 10th Street, Reading, Pa 1209 Robeson Street, Reading, Pa 139 W. Windsor Street, Reading, Pa 1254 Douglass Street, Reading, Pa 512 N. Sth Street, Selinsgrove, Pa . 938 N. 11th Street, Reading, Pa . . . Esterly, Pa. 619 E. Union Street, Millersburg, Pa. 619 E. Union Street, Millersburg, Pa . . Main Street, Nanuet, N. Y. 15 East Center Street, Nesquehoning, Pa . 1119 Amity Street, Reading, Pa . 11 Park Place, Lewistown, Pa. 45 Garden Street, Ridgefield Park, N. J 902 Douglass Street, Reading, Pa 28 Main Street, Morgantown, Pa . . . Mt. Carmel, Pa . . . . Troy, Pa . 66 Leo Street, Hillside, N. J .af .- -- f.aA.::-e:2:?uw:- :H 4:5-me f Lge, , ' -L. ..-,I 5.11, 5- r .-, L 119'-. :w:r:n.r:--.,-.-v.-- --11: . Lv. . L. '.-yn. -'.'Y:::.'-1-'rg . . 1.--f. 1391. . 1- HE ' 'D"F'1i"W" 5: ' "I""??VT7fZTTfU"f'5f"TT1Z'T7 ff7T71T'iil'T1'f'TfTf"i'fi'-3:.'1"?' Q-f v -I. -. wr ...n -1 A-.met CODY, JAMES J. 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' 4- -' ' ' ' ' 'lf' 1-ll 3C'll'l'Q3H'31155f-f""T 'UfS'-3sf"."l'- 7TfIlli1-f':I"' 3i?VfI1'.2541Z5" "'E5':15e..FI 3ZT5I..T3f'5:':5'1i'I7:"i'E' RAFFENSPERGER, CLIFFORD RAMSAY, SARAH E. REED, JAMES . REEDER, CLYDE W. RICI-ITER, JOSEPH, JR. RITCHIE, WILLIAM ROBINSON, JOAN . ROSACKER, WERNER F. ROSE, HELEN A. . ROSEN, SYLvrA . ROSENBERG, ALEXANDER J. RUBIN, IRVING . SANDS, DONALD G. . SCI-IMLDT, SERTA M. SELIKOFF, MARSHALL S. SI-IAPLIN, JUDSON T. SI-IEERIN, SIDNEY Wf SHULTZ, LUTHER SIEGEL, ROBERT R. SLEAR, JOI-IN M. SMITH, WILLIAM H. SMOOT, ALEXANDER M. SMYTHE, THOMAS B., JR. SODANO, SAMUEL J. . STALEORD, H. PAWLING STAUFFER, EDGAR E., JR. STILWELL, HARRY C. STOVER, JOI-IN H. TI-IOMAs, MABEL J. TREXLER, RICHARD S. TROUT, GLENN A. TURNER, GEORGE P. NPJYJMNTOSH, HARRY . ALDMAN ELLEN K. X jvKWALKER, MARTHA E. 1 WALLAT PAUL F A fl WESTGATE, VINCENT P.- OERLE ELVIRA K l ,jf oODNIeK, MEYER. J. l WOODS, WILLIAM F. lp YocUM, LEE R. . K ZIMMERMANN, GEORGE V. . . 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MUNN L 131 J F'--ET' " ".T-7'-T'T"ff'lf,.1f'I , 1 " gg,-QQ:E,.'g. 4IQIfQ" Y 'H-1' W' 7-ZIQQ-',fff ' ""lffTff,:lf1' '..,'ix,.'Qf1'.'?'lHE..'54 --,?f-1--X . f-+. .- ,----'- - f'-- f -. -f f --:fff"-- ,V - 1 'h-li . - L. ,.-.,. ,I f .. W - , - f, - r, .. 'a hw, , , M, , Q ff.-1 . J' 4 q1l!l'1'!ifQLiD!L LM- ,- .4.'...- 'Lg 'V -:.Q., Ax 'g-1Qf..,,Ll .4-4Q .J,-.',,g.,:...,,-,. . J ' '-l '4.,..L,1, 3. . . g g--i.g.fLZ -v-vp?-G w. -u-'vw - --.az-.. ---- -- , .- -- 'lr Football ALBRIGHT UPSETS GEORGETOWN LAYING inspiring football under their new coach, Clarence Munn, former All- American guard from the University of Minnesota, the Albright College Lions startled the football world at Griffith Stadium by inaugurating the 1935 season with a 7lO upset victory over the favored Georgetown University aggregation. The hero of the contest for the conquerors was "Dick" Rilile, giant, speedy half- back, who tallied the winning touchdown in the initial period. Riflle played sensational ball and captured the spotlight with his lightning runs and spectacular kicks. Although Georgetown earned 13 first downs, the issue was seldom in doubt as the Lions flashed a powerful running attack coupled with lateral pass plays which the Hoyas couldn't fathom. The Lions' score Came in the first quarter when Riffle kicked from behind his own goal line, the ball evading Keating and going down to the Georgetown 20 yard line. Meglen, Hoya captain, got off a poor boot in return, and then the Lions went to work. Rilile and Felty teamed to bring the ball to the enemy seven yard line from which Riliie toted the pigskin over the line for the one and only touchdown of the night. Captain Ross's boot sailed over the crossbar, and the Lions obtained a 7-O lead which they never relinquished. Georgetown's biggest threat came in the Hnal period when Riffle kicked to Keating who took the punt and scampered 40 yards to Albright's 30 yard line where Oslislo hauled him down. The defense of the Lions tightened, however, and after a grounded 51521 , 3,-g aft. ST-251.5-vQ1sif' N! 2.11.4 5 'E i-1 '-"" ' ' 3 '-' ""'1""" "'5'e"4 "ff"-F' I C-.TW-f fe.-2-ff -:aw ff.--ww igf'- -- :f ,mv LJ V .f -, J ie ' ' f - 'f 'if Tel ' arf-Y-1, 1, , ,A i . it i .. , J ,L -I.. . A ll I? fyffmlirf - - , 1 -. - 'r. ' ' , . 1 - l 5 ll. 1. i lf. - . 1 1 i 4 ll ,'-Lg., ,!Qn:4rg,L.,f .Mfr . -... A -V -fa Y. .Y -:1-a-9+1--he- -if-f--'41-----Y - - in ' f Hn, , . ' . - 'T. 1--z..-. . -.::.-.--.-.rf-1. ,LL '-3:-aedfi 2:21-1:.,,-, . if gy- y-w-Ph,mucD- l -I f - f M A U Y- in A,JTr.:.z,.5:...,.-1... Y 9: J Y 3. ---, . - '.f.- ..- .r - af V Y.r,.'- K--. ..,,- ,. ,Tw-Y r- .'M--g::?tfae1:-feww:-'SW-Q fa ff--z 'iQ w,,.i13 g-Y,,,g4,11:,-,ht Y..,4.,, -LA, .,.x , -L ,bv Q--L ,. ,F , --V ,-W4A,,qL4A , , LA . 4,-,Y4,,,,4 4, ,r,L-,A,r,, ,..-,....V :.:fL-:L.a:.LLl:sf. pass in the end zone, Albright gained possession of the ball on its own 20 yard line. Riflle immediately kicked out of danger, and the last Hoya hope for victory was gone. It must be said that the Albright warriors played a bang-up game and deserved to win. , Score by periods: Albright ...... ..... 7 0 O 0--7 Georgetown ..... .... 0 0 0 0-0 ROARING LIONS OVERWHELM LEOPARDS BLASTING six touchdowns with the appalling suddenness and crushing power of a tor- nado, our Albright College Lions crushed the Lafayette Leopards at the stadium by the score of 58-0 in another amazing gridiron performance. This victory exploded the myth of the Lafayette impregnability based on eight previous victories over Albright and was the most crushing defeat in the long and color- ful career of the Leopards, once an outstanding eleven in the nation. The touted bulwark that was once the Lafayette line crumbled like a Hooded levee as the Red and White struck early in the second period. After a see-saw offensive battle in the first quarter in which neither team reached dangerous territory, the Lions raced to a touchdown after live minutes of the second quarter as "Dick" Rifile on a spinner james Ross Anthony Troisi I 133 J 4 :LAB 'TRP 422311231572-3 A .M KX' J 1' ..,l.T ,,,1f"'01- 4 fre Ur- L RQ 5,59 . 'FW IFVVQ-Q3..i"'. -41:1 . CWYL. D324 -Fa fr' , Eff -3. ': br 3 W Q.,":':1l: .,'l'.' '-L'-iQi.Jl':Lrl?M.4..4 - ' 'el -9, f. 13' ' i 'ilgf ',fi'EvQ-'E.-f 13.5 :lar 'fu-Xu - :N r Qi' -i L'-it-'Mt "r'i.717a:T4T77I J, -. f. - -7 nfb-.y-.lf-Qjiiia.,-.init-." ' .f:leL2.g' 4 J !! 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Rifiie stiff-armed his way around end for 13 yards, Oslislo hit the line for six yards, a pass to Powell was good for 14 yardsg Oslislo again broke loose for a ten yard gaing and finally Rifiie took the ball from Woods on a reverse and sprinted 22 yards to score. The attempted kick from placement was again wide. The other score came shortly after as "Lovey" McCormack, substituting for Rifiie, intercepted a pass and raced 47 yards for the third marker. This time Captain Ross booted the ball straight between the goal posts and the half ended 19-0. The second half began much the same as the first with the Leopards showing a Hash of power for the first few moments. It lasted just a short time, however, for the fourth touchdown made by the Crimson tornado came out of the clouds like greased lightning, as "Dick" Riifle heaved a 20 yard pass to Powell, who eluded his would-be tacklers and raced 52 yards to the score. Powell attempted to kick the extra point, but it was blocked. McCormack scored the last two touchdowns during the last quarter, first cutting loose around end and then later hitting the line for the final score after Brandenburg, reserve center, placed the Lions in scoring position by intercepting a pass. The game ended a few minutes after Tony Troisi's trusty toe added the final extra point. Score by periods: Albright ................ 0 19 6 13-38 Lafayette ............ 0 0 0 0- 0 r 1341 ALBRIGHT TRIMS URSINUS OUR Albright College Lions clawed their way to a third successive win and revenge as well in defeating the Ursinus Bears at Collegeville by the score 23-0. The Lions got away to a sluggish start, but managed to display some power in ham- mering out 18 first downs to three for Ursinus and gaining 270 yards from scrimmage to 78 for the Bears. Although several brilliant individual plays were outstanding, the famed Minnesota blocking and interference were slow in forming and it was not until the last five minutes of the second quarter that Albright crossed the Bears' goal line. "Love-y" McCormack was first to romp across the goal line for the Lions. With two previous scoring drives stymied inside the- Bears' five yard line, "Lovey" took the ball over on a quick slash inside tackle. In the second half the Lions apparently conquered their shyness, for they imme- diately went to work to turn a close game into a rout. After Muller, subbing for "Woody" Powell, booted a field goal from placement from the Ursinus 18 yard line, the Lions went over for their second touchdown as Walter Zuke, reserve end, retrieved a fumble by Costello before it reached the ground and raced 35 yards through a broken field to score. The last touchdown came late in the final period when "Al" Oslislo intercepted a forward 'pass on his own 40 yard line, and lateralled to Brandenburg, sub center, who in Claude Felty Paul McCormack f 155 I ':.:-,. .rssrrv-fa:-af:'rf.1wr::a'z:a:rue. -. ' ,:.V .,-Jr. . 1 .. L. ,iz- yygp li. a - ,iw -'i.n- "Q-L'--L-' . -. 1 :,:rasz'a:- '-::+:w.n::.a.:.4. turn lateralled to "Legs" Knox, another reserve end. Knox ran the rest of the way for the final score. Alexinok converted the extra point from placement. The undefeated, untied, and unscored-upon Lions displayed a world of power in maintaining their record. While McCormack was outstanding as he passed and punted his way through the Bears, Rihlle and Felty were conspicuous in ground gaining, Powell on the defense, and Disend, Obrzut, and Garnet on the line. Score by periods: Albright ........ ..... 0 6 10 7-25 Ursinus . .... .... 0 0 0 O- 0 ALBRIGHT OVERCOMES MORAVIAN "DICK" RIFFLE, sensational sophomore halfback, rose above a mediocre squad and saved the Lions from a deadlock at the stadium when he dashed 54 yards for a deciding touch- down with three minutes to play to lead his team to a 12-6 victory over Moravian College. The Lions went into the last half trailing a lighting team by a 6-0 score but were soon in the midst of a 70 yard drive up the field to even the count with a touchdown by "Lovey" McCormack early in the closing quarter. Then Rifile Haunted his poisonous number "47" to the Greyhounds and staged his long gallop that climaxed a great day for the blond Lion who personally accounted for 191 yards from scrimmage. Moravian swung into its scoring drive at the beginning of the second period. Felty punted to Moravian's 38 yard line. Chanitz immediately hurled a pass to Anderko for a lirst down and after four plays in which they gained 28 yards, Kantarian took a "Statue of If1361 , . , ,,.1-Y rf f-f, .1 .-:.'-' r ggi,-' - E3 1 . , ".-:gr-".' 2-ff'-' '-A ..-A.--5 V an-1 ,Mraz -: -- '--..u--wr e :rn-Carver 'vegas-A Liberty pass from Chanitz and plowed eight yards to A'brights nine yard line. After two plays, Mazza took a long Hat pass from Chanitz and stepped across the goal line. For the rest of the period and all of the third quarter Munns eleven were like ragaing beasts in their effort to tie the count but their best attempts fell short until the long drive in the fourth quarter. I' or Moravian Todd was the tower of strength on the defensive with his backing up the line while Chanitz was the star of the offense with his constant running threats. For Albright Disend Garnet Scholl and Obrzut stood out on the line while Dick Riiile stopped many plays in the secondary. Score by periods: Albright ..... ..... - Moray ian .... ..,. - LIONS SUFFER FIRST DEFEAT THROWING a bombshell into the Albright Lions' camp, the West Chester State Teachers' College shattered the local eleven's winning streak and hopes for an undefeated season by the score of 7-6. "'Pepper" Nye, Teachers' triple-threat half back from Harrisburg, set off the blast which tied Albright's six point lead, scored by Powell in the third quarter, when he intercepted Powell's forward pass, and raced 52 yards behind massed interference for a tally in the fourth period. "Bill" Steckbeck booted the extra point, which provided the margin of victory. Z . .. r.. u . , fr . ...P 1... i ---1.5 w vw -'IAM 'fr iv" M1 wr! 4- fun :11,::e3E,i -- Page n:.- .?H"1fiWV-? 1f-?4ve'i.'eff+-f HCL 1521 Q1-qi, 'xr Q. fd- -ff-f-4 -- 1- 4+ -.agen r'ili112'Tf'i-"' H 1- L , ffl- V,-A-.-,,-. 1 Q .Q - - .--. ,fp?- 1:- .. . 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Besides his heady play, Troisi did some brilliant blocking and tackling, and made several long returns of punts. 'Moose' Disend was the Gibraltar of strength on Albright's defensive play as he broke through constantly and smashed up interference. The lot of being the hero and goat of the game fell to "Woody" Powell. In the third quarter, with the ball resting on the six yard line, Powell took a nifty lateral from Troisi and outran the West Chester secondary, crossing into the end zone to score standing up. "johnny" Muller, however, failed to kick the extra point. Then in the last quarter on the first play after Nye had booted to Troisi "Woody" Powell faded back, stiff-arming the onrushing West Chester linemen. He started on an end run, was smothered, then threw a wobbly pass straight into the arms of Nye. The fleet halfback was off like a rabbit as interference formed in a solid mass around him, and went over for an easy score. The game was costly to the Lions for "Lovey" McCormack, Rillle understudy and triple-threat halfback, suffered a fractured ankle as he went down under his own punt and smeared Nye on the return. Score by periods: Albright ............ .... 0 0 6 0-6 West Chester ............ 0 0 0 7-7 ALBRIGHT DOWNS TRADITIONAL RIVAL PROVING their superiority under the new coaching regime of Clarence Munn, the Lions defeated Lebanon Valley's Flying Dutchmen in a resumption of their traditional rivalry at Annville by the score 10-0. "Dick" Riflle again pointed the way as,he brought to a speedy conclusion the first quarter drive of the Lions, by taking a lateral from Tony Troisi, who had received the ball from Claude Felty on a reverse and galloped five yards to pry off the-scoring lid. Captain "Hank" Ross added the extra point from placement. From that time the Lions Leo Obrzur fwsj 1::1':n:pf1i1-f"-e-11-'-1 :far-1111-'4'a:1T'-11rr:-"tra-""fi"Kfr1:-W-fi'-w "11f.,:'33i.v5Q'1.11::.1::.'-.:.':ausgmgiaii f 1- .1-Q. ii,,.-fs.,-- .LQ 4 - 1 5 ,A , :LL ...u --2, A , , ,, - , Y . -, rr .- -...i,,- 1-'gn , ,,., TJ-: -0,-ir , , .-.-Luigi, Z s-T s- ,451 1,1-nt-,asf-:1?1le.s--:":inf,' 3 - 1.-.?,25J- ' 1-iEeL'.?.Fff'1'GfL1T"' : : held the upper hand, repulsing a number of Valiant drives while play swept from one 20 yard line to the other. The Lions maintained their rigid defensive standards by bottling "johnny" Tindall, elusive Valiant quarterback, who threatened continuously with his thrusts off tackle. Notable in stopping jerry Frock's greatest ball carrier was Leo QMoosej Disend, who broke through the line of scrimmage more than once to stop plays before they were under way. Q A field goal in the last quarter by "johnny" Muller put the polishing touch to the decisive triumph, climaxing a drive of 37 yards. With the ball on the Valiants' 28 yard line, after three successive attempts had netted a loss of seven yards, Muller went back to the 36 yard marker and, as Troisi held the ball, sent the pigskin sailing between the goal posts, Lebanon Valley filled the air with all kinds of passes in the remainder of the quarter, but Albright put up one of its best pass defenses this year to quell the threatening score. The final score was not truly indicative of the Lions' tremendous rushing power, as they compiled 14 first downs as compared with the Flying Dutchmen's seven. Eight of the Lions' first downs practically went to waste in the second half as their potential scoring drives fell short of their mark. Score by periods: Albright .................... 7 0 0 3-10 Lebanon Valley ........ 0 0 0 O- 0 ALBRIG1-IT NIPS VAUNTED F. 84 M. ELEVEN AN INSPIRED Albright eleven scored the second upset of a remarkable season by defeating Franklin and Marshall's powerhouse 9-6 before 8,500 delirious fans, the largest gridiron gallery in the local college history. The Lions roared early in the opening period when "Johnny" Muller place kicked a perfect field goal from an angle on the 14 yard line. Several minutes later the Munns- men scored their touchdown on a 45 yard parade of ten plays, climaxed by "Dick" RifHe's dynamic plunge off right tackle for the marker. Franklin and Marshall made its lone touchdown in the second quarter as Lang- ford, substitute back, broke through right tackle on a reverse, switched back to the side- lines, and raced 36 yards to score. During the remainder of the game Albright fought desperately to hold its lead. In the third period Franklin and Marshall swept the Lions' forward wall before a sustained driving attack of 65 yards up the field, but twice the Albright line braced inside its own five yard marker. On the first occasion with a first down on Albright's three yard stripe, the Diplomats were thrown for two successive losses. Medwick, sensational halfback, smashed to the one yard line, and then Wenrich leaped into a pile of struggling Lions who stopped him within inches of the goal line. Then after Riffle kicked while standing between his own goal posts, the ball was downed on Albright's 16 yard line, and in two plays the Diplomats had a first down on the five yard line. A run, a pass, and another run were smothered, and then on the following play a desperate defensive line broke f 1391 area -1,a.-.: :iii r.werMari:iilQ,., 3 . in -' 'H ' . 6 , c r F 'f' D gg e-6 , . -av-'....,. v -S 'Ai' Z3--xx ifgirrwhr. 3-5 avi.. A-L - V. 1 i - Q V. Ax ,- V,--K ,- -ni y -,A I. A U----T-5 W fr g,'-lff:5J'Til5fP"gsq 2,1-QF'-li'lEi.+'f2QZrsl,E'.i'f,5,31':.,SLQif3fZg , '- 4 ig'-1 .' ' --inf' 5 1 si?-fir:'Wt'.-is-fiffff-effzitriflwifgffriigstgiigiN-I-'L+-if Lif'wE1i.'i it -Y-Q '-ft I. -is "' "24EiiJL,iLllf.ZL' Ffljgifxi' fliv - --LL -"'7""'F' "n"'gQ..,-!.L.Q,. ' . W ' Z-- alla, 'fgI.a-L5'l through to deflect Dinsmore's attempted field goal. The last serious threat of the invaders. Perhaps the outstanding player of the game was Leo Obrzut, Albright center, who recovered one Diplomat fumble and intercepted two long passes at critical moments of play. Conspicuous on the line, were "Charley" Barnard, and Leo Disend, while "Dick" Riflle, and Muller shone in the backfield. Notable in ground gaining for Franklin and Marshall were Joe Medwick, Langford, and Edward Sielski. Score by periods: Albright .................... 9 o 0 o-9 Franklin and Marshall 0 6 0 O-6 LIONS DEVOUR MULES OUR local college eleven crossed their football River jordan, literally as well as figura- tively, when they rolled like a Red and White tide over a hapless Muhlenberg eleven by the score of 31-6 to complete a highly successful season. Playing in a pouring rain, which converted the gridiron into a quagmire, the Lions tallied seven first downs against seven, and rushed the ball 220 yards to the enemy's 135. The game was not five minutes old when Albright punched across the first score, Powell receiving a lateral from Woods and cutting deeply towards the sidelines, then outrunning the Muhlenberg secondary for 18 yards. The Mules came right back to tie the score when Ed fScrapperj Farrell took it over from the two yard line after a sus- tained drive of 84 yards. Albright's second touchdown was scored late in the second quarter when Riliie dove over the line from the one yard line. With this slight lead to work on, the Lions returned after half time to crush the forward wall of the visitors, running wild for long gains, swooping on breaks, and parading through the mud for three more touchdowns. Powell twisted through tackle for the first score after "Dick" Riffle broke loose around end with a brilliant 45 yard run to the Mules seven yard line. The next touch- down came on an unexpected break. Farrell was slow in punting from his own 37, and "Bill" Becker, Albright end, broke through the interference to deflect the boot, picked it up, and galloped over the Mules' goal line. Oslislo cracked tackle for the final score with minutes to play in the final quarter. For the invading Mules Farrell was undoubtedly the most dangerous threat. His persistent plunges through Albright's slow moving line in the first quarter were respons- ible for the Utzmen's only score. For the Lions "Dick" Riflie was again brilliant in his work while Felty and Fittipaldi, sub halfback, were outstanding in their last game for Albright. Nine seniors made their final bow on the Albright football stage. They were: Captain "Hank" Ross, "Eddie" Scholl, Claude Felty, Louis Fittipaldi, james Woods, Charles Barnard, Harold Enders, Charles Hinkle, and Carl Buechle. H Score by periods: Albright ................ 6 6 13 6-3 1 Muhlenberg ........ 6 O 0 0- 6 5 140 3 Basketball H12 Albright varsity basketball team completed their schedule with a record of nine victories as against nine losses for a .500 average in the first year coaching adminis- tration of Clarence Munn. They ranked third in the final standing of the Eastern Pennsylvania Collegiate League following Franklin and Marshall and Gettysburg, and preceding Drexel, Ursinus, Lebanon Valley and Muhlenberg. The Lions got off to a poor start by losing the Hrst three contests to Kutztown State Teachers, Franklin and Marshall, and Drexel before capturing a victory over a weak Muhlenberg quintet at the local Y. M. C. A. They won the next battle by upsetting the Ursinus Bears on a last minute rally, but then lost two in succession to West Chester Teachers, who seemed to be having an exceptionally good season, and to St. joseph. They returned to winning ways by easily defeating the Philadelphia College of Oste- opathy and then our traditional rival, Lebanon Valley. Muhlenberg then downed the Lions, but the latter came right back by beating Ursinus for the second time. Again the Lions went down to defeat-this time at the hands of Gettysburg, champions of the league, whose rally in the last few moments of the game shaded the Lions by only one point. Albright, determined to improve its slate, won three games in succession by drubbing Franklin and Marshall, highly favored to annex the championship: West Chester, and Drexel. The season was finally brought to a close by the second loss to Gettysburg and an easy victory over the Lebanon Valley Valiants. l1411 -i-1'-'i'H -- - W-----iv-ap-v--A--, . .. ... - ,-,e, ,m,,,,,- ,,L-- iid! if" T""fT?'1TTTf' Tiff" " """"1'f1 Here we can see that, although the Lions were inconsistent at times, they did very well in the face of conditions. Considering that it was the first year under Munn's coach- ing regime, the Lions played as good as could be expected and in another year should improve immensely. The team consisted mostly of sophomores, men who had no varsity experience prior to this year. "Red" Woods, captain, and "Hank" Ross, both seniors, formed the nucleus of the squad consisting of Kehler, Becker, Riffle, and McClintock, juniorsg and Troisi, Oslislo, Knox, Slingerland, Shirk, Treida, and Disend, sophomores. Captain Woods, finishing his third year of varsity play, was the best offensive threat for the Lions throughout the season and finished seventh in the league standings with a total ot 90 points. Oslislo, brother of "Goose" Oslislo, all-conference guard two years ago, was a brilliant performer on the floor, and while not an outstanding offensive threat, played sensationally at guard and time and again prevented what would have been goals for the opposition. While "Dick" Rifile was, as usual, very dependable, "Bill" Becker gave a fairly steady and consistent performance throughout the season. VARSITY SEASON SCORES Albright Oppmzefztf December 13 Kutztown Teachers ........ January 8 Franklin and Marshall ..... january 11 Drexel .......................... january 15 Muhlenberg ........ january 18 Ursinus ............................ January 51 West Chester Teachers ....... February 5 n- St. Ioseph .................................. . February 7 Philadelphia College Osteopathy February 10 Kutztown Teachers .....,............. February 12 Lebanon Valley ...... February 15 Muhlenberg ........ February 19 Ursinus ........... February 22 Gettysburg ........................ February 24 Franklin and Marshall .....,. February 27 West Chester Teachers ....... February 29 Drexel .......................... March 4 Gettysburg ............. March 7 Lebanon Valley ..,.... Total ...... L1421 1 1f,.-- ka, 4-411 arf -,J . - . 114, ,g..f.-A-ngbq.-..,.-,r 1 f-ar-A FROSH SCORES Albright Opponenlr December 13 Kutztown J. V.'s ........................ ..... 3 6 27 January 8 Franklin and Marshall Frosh ...... ..... 2 2 30 January 11 Wyomissing Polytechnical ..... ..... 3 9 15 January 15 St. Thomas ........................ ..... 4 8 43 january 31 West Chester Frosh ...... ..... 2 2 33 February 3 Bucknell jr. College ........ ..... 2 6 24 February 5 Carpenter Steel .............. ..... 5 4 60 February 10 Kutztown J. V.'s ............ ..... 3 2 22 February 11 Frackville High School ....... ..... 2 3 28 February 12 Lebanon Valley Frosh ...... ..... 4 4 51 February 19 Reeser's ...............,.......... ..... 29 17 February 22 Bucknell jr. College ................. ..... 5 3 29 February 24 Pennsylvania State Extension ...... ..... 4 7 35 March 4 Wyomissing Polytechnical ....... ..,.. 3 7 16 March 6 St. Thomas ........................... ..... 5 7 37 March 7 Lebanon Valley Frosh .1 .... ..... 3 1 43 Total ....... ..... 6 00 510 If 1451 ' ' e A - ,rw 4'.-: 1.f,L:,L:'s':fbefrf m-fx-r::v .K' fa f-wgg.gLf1 5fL.,.gQW,5 ML -5.5, A, - :L ga: 1. -L:,u,,..M1.,z',.,:A:va.'a.f.z,.,r.:4.f,,su4' 1 - rw -'454 .. 2 . -irq- rg' Lg?.ig.,?,,.-fn-s55li,L,:vA---df.-4 .gi g 5 1 ,i -vlb Kumi --. . nf ' 4 A - . f. L., . w . April 20 . April 22 . April 24 . May 2 . May 9 . May 19 . Captain Coach Managers Charles Hinkle, '56 Edward Fatzinger, '57 Leo Obrzut, '57 John Muller, '58 Albert Oslislo, '58 Bafehall The S chedal e . . Susquehanna at Reading . . Moravian at Bethlehem . . Ursinus at Reading . . Lebanon Valley at Annville . . Susquehanna at Selinsgrove . . Lebanon Valley at Reading The Squad CLAUDE FELTY, '56 STANLEY A. HINO CARL BUECHLE, '56, PAUL OTTEY, '57 Richard Riffle, '58 Michael Bonner, '59 George Chaborda, '59 Harry DeLorenzo, '59 George Korner, '59 Stanley Kosel, '59 Clyde Reeder, '59 William Smith, '59 Alexander Smoot, '59 Richard Trexler, '59 I:1441 A'Q'7rfC7E"' E ,..,.,,..--. ffzfa Y ---, - iv'--H - ,.::vrJuJ-fi Q -- ......--- f -'lflt' -' 'Q ,.a.L:L. f ' H ' - - " - --E H+'If-'---1451-Mil-1?--w-ifi4+:5f,-11452-ca' fi- .:..Lg':-PM :1i,i..L:.Tg.-s.wQQ.'L., L---1-QLEL75' Y :. ' 1 -- " .-wt. 1 -.-:Lit - - Q - ' l i x ,e4!-,i,.-:-urr:r:-Q..,L..-f,ff.'- .. M- ',L.-,: . -, ,AYQAHAA RWM-7-J ., -Q-L A-lm 3: .,. Tmcfe THREE inter-collegiate track meets were held this year as follows: May 6 West Chester Teachers at West Chester May 13 Ursinus at Reading ' May 16 Susquehanna at Reading Albright College was also represented at the Penn Relays on April 25. The Squad , Coach, Clarence L. Munn Aris Carpousis, '37 Norman Jowitt, '38 Claude Machemer, '37 Leslie Knox, '38 Theodore Mury, '37 Paul'McCormack, '38 Frederick Schwartzstein, '37 Charles Moore, '38 Ernst Strosahl, '37 William Tomkowick, '38 Leonard Stephan, '37 Walter Zuke, '38 john Bodnarik, '38 Robert Allen, '39 Edward Cammarota, '38 Louis Bush, '39 Dickson jones, '38 Eugene Case, '39 -fj ' Alastair McGraw, '59 560 UD X Eff lf1451 Qjfhj . is w.+an5gs,fss.vrpa:e:- , , mz:5wt'aiafu.a:tu1- " " , . , . ., , ,, 'Qsfvaf f" " t 'i"!'f"'r!5 Team! The Schedule April 13 . .Swarthmore Swarthmore April 18 . .Haverford Haverford April 24 . .Muhlenberg Reading April 30 . .Franklin 64 Marshall Reading May 4 . .Lutheran Seminary Reading May 5 . .Ursinus Reading May 6 . .Lehigh Reading May 7 . .Franklin 8: Marshall Lancaster May 8 . .Lebanon Valley Reading May 16 . .Drexel Philadelphia May 17 . .Temple Philadelphia May 18 . .Moravian Bethlehem May 30 . .Lebanon Valley Annville The .rquad Captain LEROY GARRIGAN, '36 Manager WALTER SPENCER, '38 Coach DR. EUGENE R. PAGE Ralph Levan, '37 Chester Kreska, '39 Robert Goldstan, '38 Alex Rosenberg, '39 William Reed, '38 Harry Stilwell, '39 Elwood Ganser, '39 George Turner, '39 51463 VE' .v ,..vn ,, 1I,"'t Q i". . ' 5 341. W- ' Mig' IJLIU ' Yu ll ML' ij? Vai, V M-I1 me L .VI 'LL' lf. - Eff:-' i. ' 0-4!cfivifie4 7 - . U fue nf, V . ..,.. E. ...W ,.,S.21x :: -,H-LL,p.'-,.:.w,"4T5pv:1a1 rwgwmvz i- '-lunar.-. .L.4,'f'.- "1 iT iv.....f' -' E.-:z 1 ali? 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Founded 1925 ff ' ' Y' 'I ' Omcerx 1935-'36 Preridefzz MAIKJORIE BEGLINGER, '36 Vice-Preridenf DOROTHY BRILHART, '36 Secremry RACHEL SNYDER, '36 T1'e1z.rm'e1' RUTH HICKS, '36 Florence Howell, '36 Selma Bagat, '38 Fern Vach, '38 Mildred Rothermel, '36 Margaret Eaches, '3 Madge Arnold, '39 Dorothy Butler, '37 Helone Greene, '38 jean Beamenderfer, '39 Ethel Goforth, '37 Marian Heck, '38 Margaret Buck, '39 7 My Helen Gordon, '37 Helen Teel, '38 Jean Gaines, '39 'I I Jeanette Henry, '37 Velma Turbitt, '38 Martha Hall, '39 ' 'J f Amy Leitner, '37 Jeanette Shelly, '38 Thelma Kutch, '39 .. if " Sarah Yoder, '37 Betty Straub, '38 Serta Schmidt, '39 Ll' Faculty Adzfirerrs Miss Ruth C. Shaffer, Miss Florence Innis Jef" rv' Pl' , ' Lisij M L, HV ' ' 'V 'lr j V "Why VXLLA' J I l fly 4 4 .1 K U 1 .1" LI' 1 .V , 1 . i,. JV 1, M f .. I f -f'-w- ----Y - .-.--- ---AV ---- ---.- ---- nfur- A we V- 4-Y---.qT.-....-,.,+.vTY,4.-.,....-.,,.. 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Aloha Pz' Omegavj ff' if ' Founded 1926 K5 'W img ogim-5 1955-'56 'JM7 P1-eridefzt LEROY GARRIGAN, '36 Vice-Prerident WILLARD RIFFLE, '36 Secremry HAROLD BEAUMONT, '37 T1'earu1'e1- FORREST REHRIG, '38 james Doyle, '36 William McClintock, '37 Paul Treida, '38 Claude Felty, '36 Paul Ottey, '37 Charles Walter, '38 Lloyd Helt, '36 Richard Riflle, '37 Preston Gillis, '39 Paul Schofer, '36 Franklin George, '38 Randolph Horowitz, '39 John Wiley, '36 Gerald Hottenstein, '38 William McFadden, '39 Eugene Barth, '37 Kline Plotts, '38 Frank Persico, '39 Leonard Groninger, '37 William Reed, '38 Edgar Stauffer, '39 Isaac Slingerland, '38 Faculty Advirern Dr. Graham Cook, Professor Lewis E. Smith 51521 -A' --' ' , '-'-2' -'g'-'-15,13-gil. -...:.fT1.L,, L- - -.,:,l::l-lgQ.g'f" V" ' Q Y e- 3- -f -2- -' .f w 5' " -1 1 --m,,,-hg,g1nu,f,- .., , ,..,, .r,.,.. -- ..,....L ,A W , ,. nr:--,rf ,:ra-.41:,:a3'.1:g1 ?:--f-fa-:w':a:-r:wi-+ .mera ""' PTT ffm I ' V7 r 1. f-""'-""fT-' 'H'-Q -r---'x m- . 4 J.. .1... 4 W I f A x Y X X 'A I 9 X l r f fx X . Kappa 150517071 Pb! Founded 1900 ogifm 1935-'36 Preridezzt CARL BUECHLE, '36 Vive-Prefidelzt JAMES ROSS, '36 Sec1'ela1'y JAMES GARNET, '37 Trearurer ARTHUR VIVINO, '37 Chaplain ALBERT KUDER, '37 Stezufzrzi LEO OBRZUT, '37 Charles Barnard, '36 john Henry, '37 David H. Hintz, Jr. jack Howard, '37 Karl Kehler, '37 Ernst Strosahl, '37 john Swengel, '37 Arthur Vivino, '37 Peter Alexinok, '38 Frank Brandenburg, '38 Dickson jones, '38 Harry Kowalesky, '38 Paul McCormack, '38 Theodore Mury, '38 Family A6I'UiI61'J.' Professor Clarence A. Horn, 51551 1 - 1 0: f'1"7: jack Sitler, '38 Walter Zuke, '38 Michael Fara, '39 Chester Kreska, '39 Alastair MCGaw, '39 Edward Nicolai, '39 Alexander Smoot, '39 Professor john C. Evans Jhv ly u'3xsf! Clith- -- --' . :- EIS." L..v!.F?.fZZ I.'i:,.-,'.i "g'- 2' E 1 1-. -1 2.3 r If. 'fir-513: -' iijif -..i,g,,4 CQ- U'-a1..,Q v ' ' f I I H UT'-'Y , - ' v . 5 f V:-4 -' ' "me" 'U N - 1 1 , " 4, V -yu lk ' N, ,, ,, 3 5, L 5, ,-1' ., via'-V 1, mar .ning- A . ' it A' if ffgfifqw' if " W -R59 ?i'fl'f'ff2 41U+f'ffZf'f-1 1 - K ,- la ...- -.,- L' A5-. rm e...u,L::.::.--:.L:.:"l H f + 'R' 4"-eo -R Y :ii 1:-H-R-w '-'aft'':'LT1ISSJL1gLZLI1tT.fI'TiY.T'T'7f'fd,. P1 Tau Bam Prerzdefzt HENRY HAME11, '57 Secfetmy KENNETH BOWER, '38 T1ea5zz1e1 FRED CHARLTON, '36 GERALD BOYHR, '58 Louis Labaw, '38 Lewis Brimer, '59 Harry DeWire, '59 William Malloy, -'39 james Reed, '39 Glenn Trout, '59 William Woods, '39 1' aczzltv Advzren Dean George W Walton, Dr. Morris S. Greth Dr Raphael Fenili Professor Oliver M. George ,I . ..,. ' ,.x . '4- - .f'.a:".L42zf5:..1.:.1:Q:I 'Y--4 - : ,L,L.g:w- - rmfhgi, n ' 3 , Pm ,, .1 ' , , . - ,1ff.'l.l,"1E ?.,,i -ar 2- .Liz .mmm Zem Omega Elbrzfon Founded 1902 Ojirerr 193 5-'36 Preridezzz HAROLD ENDERS, '36 Vice-Preridezzz Louis FITTIPALDI, '36 Sewfetm-y EUGENE HATTON, '37 Tre41.furer WILLIAM BECKER, '37 Cbaplfzifz ARTHUR STEITZ, '38 Harry Ammarell, '36 Kenneth Compton, '37 Albert Oslislo, '38 J. Lawton Brown, '36 Edward Fatzinger, '37 W. Kenneth Gabriel, '36 Claude Machemer, '37 Harry Humphreys, '36 Edward Cammarota, '38 Malcolm Reider, '36 Edward Scholl, '36 james Woods, '36 171101111 y Aaizfi.re1'5: Dr. Norman Jowitt, '38 Leslie Knox, '38 John Muller, '38 Walter Spencer, '38 Anthony Troisi, '38 Michael Bonner, '39 joseph Folger, '39 Vincent O'Gorek, '39 George Zimmerman, '39 Eugene R. Page, Dr. F. Wilbur Gingrich, jan Van Driel 51551 .,,...?.-.......1...- L.. . . . . -,.. - L , , L. L, LM, ,,H,-- ,. L., L, --.. --.L ,.....?,. M' 1 "'q"u-"' i '13wu15 'R 'e':TQif.fg,'.' 'tri L-Ti 4, 2 A, ' ' 'L "' """"k 777+ 2 V--A. A V-E1-raw V V.. -' V .- V f N - ,. Y-.,.-,. 1.4 ,af-,ff4,.J-, ., A, .. ' L ' 1 ..,.:,f ' Q --1-1, - - 15" -- A - ' . , -LA4,U',g, QM, g,,'G1-5 EF ff,-Fw 'Y' -T V V - .,-V: .-- -A-:-:- ,--E- M . :f,- -fy--. ,- - ,--f:- : - - 5 L .,.V,. ,,,, ., Y -Y '--' --- -- v - uve- f-'f -,-.1 . ..,1- ,-,,:,.,-,.,, .-Y , '1fffA'-Q -- ---- - - -F--:-ef' -afar: ,-4 use,-,-, - -en,-.,-, -.v f -- uv- .-:gf V , .V -F.-rf .i .., wwf-mms. YM CA. Cabmez Offcers 1935-'36 President EUGENE BARTH, Vice-Preridenl JOHN LANZ, Secretary GERALD BOYER, Trearzzrer HUNTER MCKAIN, Joseph Ehrhart, '36 Harry Humphreys, '36 Harold Beaumont, '37 Guy Brown, '37 James Garnet, '37 Family Adlvire Albert Kuder, '37 Charles Moravec, '37 Iames Knorr, '38 Forrest Rehrig, '38 Arthur Stcitz, '38 11' Dr. F. Wilbur Gingrich 51563 - -is -sv 5 -sw .I" :"':,T'ff'7ff:-'57, , ?fITi".J. , 1' - -- ' ' EL .!.. "Z'!3L'Z'YT7"'-""' 27' "iff'Z::'ljTIf:2.:.., " ' I-1 f i.. -LT f. ,T .1 . . , , 1 H , 7 ,.r, --.Tir Y., w.,,,f,.,,,,, . ri , JL.:-., .-, V... V. Ji b f . ., 'v-1, ,541 ff ,11,,'n,fy '- ,, hr, ,,...,1-1.51-'lie-i"QLLf"li'.:"'wif Q , rg-, 1 L, - ll- - ,,. , - 1 nb rn-, r- :Wai irqiuf " - 1" "' 3, , vffxzw 1'--r'-Jflwvi--ff , '1f11Z.,"ii'iYT1'-,T7-'LIj"',,'TTiE,l,1' pta-'rf-5-iv? rv .1"",7li7iL-fi -4."'1 l . -.-..,. ,r,.,m,,,,,., rnr.---.L, A, . . ,. ,,, M.- ,JV . new -f-' '-Y:--2 -'-f-Q , ' -- - .uw FF.-fag, ----rfeewl' I e ' - 1 4 - K -- 2- -1.,.4,gQE,.u.'- ' ' E'-'fiyfaisffiffgaeav - ,.. -,ask -Y .Y .iii Y -,L T., e..-avi. ,11-.,,m:,,.,E-.-H -,--fa--qua ,be-. f fi- f, Aw---1-,--,fufwfwg-:Q l Y W C fl. Cazbmez' Ojfcers 1935-'36 President RUTH HICKS, '36 Vice-Prexidenz AMY LEITNER, '37 Serremry HELONE GREENE, '38 Treasurer DOROTHY BRILHART, '36 Marjorie Beglinger, '36 Elizabeth Campbell, '37 Mary Falcone, '37 Ethel Goforth, '37 Jeanette Henry, '37 Mildred Newkirk, '37 Leona Reed, '37 Marian Heck, '38 Jeanette Shelly, '38 lean Gaines, '39 Faculty Adzfiyer: Miss Florence Innis 1:1571 Sl?-'?'C'7 4.4.5 4- VHIIFD WTIPWFEFAQ IYNQQKQ1 us asmlns-Lwiq tgp-L+-furusn. hm I M 1. , M- , .er siffzi'-"f: 11 ilxziggi-4 'yi-I::LLi,1f',-'l:,.a-gLfL,:.'-Q.4g.-T- es.-LL.L-a::L,l:.'a-ug-,g,g3,n.2Lf1,:-',-4:g1-1, fra . - . .. ... ., -.. ...- . 1, ., ...U-., , ....,,..1, ,,..,.....,.lg,:1.,.7,,a. ,.,.T.g,,...:,.: if ,,..,....-.,.....,,,.,,, 1 ' - , , V " J A W-T' 15 g-5?'g:,',- ',-,,,y:,.jpg,.. -31-'Q.1,',f'ywgviiwfgn,-,,-xg, 1,1-'Haj-:lv:?'i'i ., 7 U 1 '- . -- , , , ,V -. H: ,,. 02, . '. -2"ff- 1- W, 33-' ' fu, ,V 'fx 1- , E , . . 4 , . ic ' L 3-gi., 1,1-i,.453'-LievLf'-1,25-1'ifA:-f'f54,,,3.,1f,:- eg Y 1..,,,,,.,...i....- V .- .h--.-1..-.- ::,,.-544-nm ,.aa""- ' ' -.' '- ' A 7 "H-Qx.a. f - " . . ik- 1" , ' m ail. Skull am' Bower foczlezy Ojficerr 1935-'36 Prerident Vice-President Secretary- Treasurer Fred Charlton, '36 joseph Ehrhart, '36 Theodore Mayberry, '36 Gladys Novaky, '36 Malcolm Reider, '36 Elizabeth Williams, '36 Guy Brown, '37 Kenneth Compton, '37 Richard Davis, '37 Mary Falcone, '37 EDWARD SCHOLL, '36 CARL BUECHLE, '36 EDWARD WIATER, '37 Edward Fatzinger, '37 james Garnet, '37 Ethel Goforth, '37 Mason Marcus, '37 Leo Obrzut, '37 Paul Ottey, '37 Philip Rettew, '37 William Trostel, '37 W. Selden Pattee, '38 Walter Zuke, '38 Faculty Advirerr: Professor Clarence A. Horn, Professor Marcus H Green I:1581 ,, , . L I ....-..-.W-.--f,,a.M ,Y Y-- - .- LL L I M W 'X 'VM' ,Mmm WWW' W I I wh YSIIIZII M1feIfmz1fzbmzlRelm'z01fIr Club O'mC61'5 1935-'36 P1'e.rideut DAVID FIELDS, '36 Vice-Prexidezzz CHARLES MoI1AvEc, '37 Secretmfy ELIZABETH CAMPBELL, '37 T rearurer RUTH HIcKs, '36 Stella Hetrich, '36 Selma Bagat, '38 Fern Vach, '38 Marian Zug, '36 Helen Bosler, '38 Lewis Briner, '39 Elizabeth Blecker, '37 Gerald Boyer, '38 Harry DeWire, '39 Dorothy Butler, '37 Kenneth Campbell, '38 Mary Kalina, '39 Guy Brown, '37 Grace Degler, '38 James Reed, '39 Evelyn Kaufman, '37 Marian Heck, '38 Alexander Smoot, '39 Robert Rothermel, '37 Chester jump, '38 Mabel Thomas, '39 Elizabeth Aquilini, '38 Morris Respogliati, '38 William Woods, '39 Velma Turbitt, '38 Faculty Adviser: Professor Milton W. Hamilton I-lonomry Memberr: Dr. Warren Klein, Congressman Wm E. Richardson 51591 Y ,L Y .-ff, - , WL, L, 1-3 ff:---.-H -.I Y, -- I --:-T.-. ' -E361 L+ I'-"' f -'JLL44-' - - ' V V - -7- ,E - H1 i-I e I - I WqI-'-I7fiI,1- , If ,gsasrpig-1 'VFW' ' -IITgg'9'fLgL -L..'I.2f:I" I Lf L ' f Y .I, 1 -4 'Wrtr' -'Y 'WWfWW'WAW f'-'W""""7""'f"'f-'J I I I. . , k- 2 i In I 1. I . I , II 4,--JI , ii ltr, ' -I. ..21AL.l2l- I 9 Y I -A ,H -Y ' I - ' f.:.:..Jl.A.CL..-...,..L.Z.,.. " , .- ' ' 4- , ,,,, , ,L . ,v.,r ,,,.,,-,,,--A,-74344, Dommo Club Founded 1924 Ojicerr 1935-'36 P1-eridenr MILDRED Ron-IERMEL, '36 Vice-Prerident LEROY GARRIGAN, '36 Secremry ETHEL GOFORTH, '37 Trearurev' DAVID FRAY, '37 Production: 193 5-'36 "The Animal Kingdom" by Philip Barry Passion Sunday Drama Festival "The Medea" of Euripides Marjorie Beglinger, '36 james Doyle, '36 Joseph Ehrhart, '36 Hunter McKain, '36 Betty Rosenthal, '36 Eugene Barth, '37 jean Boner, '37 Dorothy Butler, '37 Elizabeth Campbell, '37 Jeanette Henry, '37 john Henry, '37 Maryet Klein, '37 Albert Kuder, '37 Charles Moravec, '37 Di1'6'Cf07'.' Robert L. Work fieoi Ethel Schaeffer, '37 Grace Degler, '38 Marian Heck, '38 Forrest Rehrig, '38 Jeanette Shelly, '38 Betty Straub, '38 Helen Teel, '38 -q "'i1"...'1'.""'Z".'f '. We.: -j-Y L- 1 - -' -5 1" 1' -, F ' - . rl-jfgiffe - 55 - - .' f r 'J-lf, Y l ,V.-.QVTZ-:Q-fuaa-- , , ... 1-ff-2153, -ev-11,1--:ez-1,,.'---,, -,U ,,,- .,,,,,-.,.,, ,, ., , A ,, nr. , .. -I ,, .,-,--,.,.f., Us ...' '75 -'ijgg :z..,:l 223.2 - H. .-f- wf--.ww-n--wh - W'Yf'!'341fg, -l?I3,Ff?g'Lr5'Q:u ,la --', l ' G 1,-if m-!QQii?iL J -,J . -1, , n. .Q -4 ,::!1 f ..:. -Q14-3:4-. ,: , Q -12.2 I 1r--f,-Li31--- 63 -, .-271212, 1 -Q...-VLi'..'.'-. K -f -'Y'-fem O zcerf 1935- 36 President GEORGE TURNER Vice-President JOSEPH RICHTER, Sen-emry JOAN ROBINSON, ' Green Gmfd H , , '39 '39 39 39 Treafzzrer FRANK PERSICO, ' Jean Beamenderfer, Mary Bogar, '39 Margaret Buck, '39 Joseph Gable, '39 jean Gaines, '39 Homer George, '39 Evelyn Harner, '39 Carol Harvey, '39 Lois Helmick, '39 Mary Kalina, '39 '5 Thelma Kuder, '39 Elizabeth Lewis, '39 Clifford Raffensperger, '39 Helen Rose, '39 Sylvia Rosen, '39 Serta Schmidt, '39 Luther Schultz, '39 Glenn Trout, '39 Willimn Woods, '39 Sponrorr' Charles Moravec, '37, joseph Ehrhart, '36 51613 "K IL-111 .A- WIWFWK 533 4.5-'Y wan , ,rfi-1'lrZ'H 9 ' 9 T'-533 -lr . TEFL' .71-3 I f-9 Y"TLT"TTTYTI'.'j . IT' ifT17'7x'7E'7'JL',7QQ',WETE37fL.,. z 1 uf iwwfrzz '1-'ff 1, vf"I-'f- .- Y "-, . -':"'. - r, W-A 1 ,zr- .rv v ,f i -vi :,: - -9- f-.-H H-w 'W-.-.-1' -' , f 3 ,uf 513, 1'-Z' V ,,, 1191 1 1 sf,1E,vl,.1:rjT ,ve .li 5-517, E -if .N .3511 K , .4 ,N N - - l , , i,,,, wb,-L,-,,l, 54 :1,f,g-wH',.ff, ,-if , .. .1 , , Y .. , . .4 .-.. ,-.-Hr .-J,t.,--EW., .gifga L Latinas,l..u:4.,:42:4rfzfw4,.l'..1-t.i:.f,., "1,g'fE.t,r,,- Us " -I 1, v- 'vi ' A. -ww 5f'5'T9Y'5' wefvieig f ., , .-i i f "az-.1 . E-- Cru! fi: .- ilfcfnlf- fd ly ,5r .f4,L1Y,',, f, . Mr I German' Clad Q Q - Ojicerr 1935-'36 "' President DAVID FIELDS, Vice-President ELIZABETH BLECKER, Serretary FERN VACH, T1"eam1-er CHARLES JOSEPH, Charles Barnard, '36 J. Lawton Brown, '36 Margaret Maurer, '36 Grace Mengel, '37 Leonard Stephan, '37 Bernice Behrenshausen, Dickson jones, '38 Paul Schach, '38 Grace Schieferstein, '38 Walter Zuke, '38 '38 Lewis Briner, '39 Harry DeWire, '39 Charlotte Guenther, Mary Kalina, '39 Lou Kitzman, '39 joseph Levin, '39 James Reed, '39 Serta Schmidt, '39 Harry VanT0sh, '39 Faculty Advirer: Dr. Geritt Memming 1:1621 French Club Oj?7L'61'J' 195 5-'56 Preridwzr LEROY GARRIGAN, '56 ' Vice-P1-emzfezzz ELIZABETH WILLIAMS, '56 Secremry IYIARJORIE BEGLINGER, '56 A T1'en.fzM'er ROBERT L. WORK Stella Hetrich, '56 Mary Wald1IIaII, '56 Marion Zug, '56 jean Boner, '57 Helen Fox, '57 David Fray, '57 jack Howard, '57 Evelyn Kaufman, '57 Amy Leitner, '57 Grace Mengel ,'57 Mary Alfano, '58 Selma Bagat, '58 Bernice Behrenshausen, '58 Margaret Eaches, '58 Jean Gaines, '59 Sylvia Rosen, '59 Family Aclvirer: Miss Elsie A. Garlach I: 1651 ' "'-'-"dil'l-a's-.,Ivw:-w- ..1gjg5,,- I ,S 1, .'11f',4v414 .-v' ' - , gQ'Iff','7f,T1'fjf, L--' - ,n- A --vi? ii--fi -I I 'Q , ,.-, -- 1 '- I+- 'I 1' I +:+2s-f- -4' 1' -.f ' I- w -. H -I I le.,--1,1-,nf . H13 I - X. I , r . , 'g 't . "' """""'f"i'f"?""'?N" x I P I..Af, ,,-g,'l-,,A,,g1-- Y ,- ,Y ,4, M :f .-,LLM ,-A,47.,- Y, ,,, -,,-,-, ?v- -- - -1+v -:L- ff' -- ' Y Lzzrwv-f+w ,,Y..,,:Y.:ii,-.....:-L ,.. .I L- - Y- .L-V Z.- ,,,,,: :l1: 3--hai-QQ --wszsz 44-a f 7-. --..,,.... . ,- - , ' -- " - ' -if-2-1 W- p:.,,-:ze rr ..-,.-:i- -.-4:4 ? -- --1. -----3, gr, - .-- ' - T-,,- y.:3,55pr,1,vn-T--3.11, Y H: V . , Men? Glee Club Director PROFESSOR WILLY RICHTER Mfzmzger EUGENE BARTH, '37 THE most extensive tour of the Men's Glee Club in the history of the organiza- tion proved to be a financial and educational success. The organization under Professor Willy Richter Presented concerts in Red Lion, Lebanon, Lewistown, Johnstown, Windber, Philadelphia, Harrisburg, Newark, Buffalo, Long Island City, Atlantic City, as well as at many of the high schools of Berks County. Harry Ammarell, '56 Kenneth Gabriel, '56 Harold Heckler, '56 john Wiley, '36 Robert Workman, '56 Eugene Barth, '37 Harold Beaumont, '57 Henry Hamer, '57 Albert Kuder, '57 L1643 Samuel Moyer, '57 Frederick Schwartzstein, '37 Leonard Stephan, '57 james Knorr, '58 William Mann, '58 Forrest Rehrig, '38 Harry Mitchell, '39 james Reed, '39 Thomas Smythe, '59 iL.n....gFY"'5' FT -M-LL IE. V. l""2..1 11? Y ff - w,yiT?3'--11,-Til' ,13'T.- - ' '31771-if 'f lifiiif T'2I'.'I .Y 43- L ffl 1.Tf- ." '9' L- " .NLD 'if' , ., " i Q Q ' ' Fifi 'Y r A - H 1 4' H - 5 e ' f 1 l E ' ' l . Jr 1 ',-"ij -, , ,.,',1"' , x , , ' , H , l .J1,f,'yy:.pf,.'l4,-,Fl fy, Y 1,132 F L-12,22fri-"l1.,1.'1I1Qf'?1f.,.' E H E., -ga., ...r-,L4-1. -..M L. ..., Seri. si.- -a W-,,4LQLf f , :"-.Y f ,- -"I -'W r . - . . ' f Pg. 'in' Y -f 1 f fl - ..L- 1 laik' . - "'3h'HEiLiHl.w.iTI" "51'1"f' " LL. .f..f7A., 'RR 'P ' i' -"Egg, ' Jw ffifife ! 1 i 1 ,JW ' 'MWIC f .. 1. -f---u 11:31-AAA.:-1xf"f-Alf-.gif-'f 'ir'-1f::, . , ,,,, ...,,., ,, . 1, 14,47-Tlailgr A i""5:g.,:."..- ,Erma , ,..,.W , ,La lu, I v-4 -A: l U ' ,fra ,214 fl' f. ' I , lv rf 4, Q qw If ,fly rY OW, if 1' ' 4 ' 'L . I ,yy V fi D X I 1 , 1 H60 Club Cv'-vi -fia7l?4W"rWf"' ',5gf,f4LLL-J 'elif' , Offers 1935-'36 K 2, Preridezzt RACHEL SNYDER, '36 Vice-Prerident HELEN GORDON, '37 Secretary JEANETTE HENRY, '37 Trearmer JEANETTE SHELLY, '38 Evelyn Essick, '37 Leona Reed, '37 Sarah Yoder, '37 Lillian Walborn, '38 Margaret Arnold, '39 jane Evans, '39 Frances Hill, '39 Mildred Klinefelter, '38 Evelyn Sando, '38 Jane Scheible, '38 Mary Straub, '38 Eleanor Ramsay, '39 Martha Walker, '39 Elvira Woerle, '39 Family Aclvi.re1'.r.' Miss Florence Innis, Mrs. john Smith 165 4.4 5' -fT-uf.-Laszi1..as- ' " " ' ,. ' LL V 1-Leif--7iw?-24:1?G7l'S!" 'Z1L1'55"f'-F-E.'E-w--::-fggihf, 'J up E-.fufm -53:4-ffei?' F77 " Ruff' -'f V-v' viva fry: Inf--'-111 L- -- :- , ' Y. . 4 f .,l 1. mg, ..-Q -. .f ' ' jg . ..L3w"1 A-'-7'pf, 71-,ak - 1--5 I ., -1. , ., A A . if -W., I-1gig.al.q,,fQ 455314 .1 ,Hgg,,5,l5,2,ar-,f,.if., 5,55-7 , Q , v ' A -A-f Y. - , 1' H , . . :-. . Ai- -. E- ' :1'., -' ' 1 . 4....a 1 - ' 11 we S --vw- . LJ. 'I JPQAJVY J.--L. ,nr 1.1! V-H ' r- fi" f 5 . .- an - ' .Sup l-'L' r,l,'1,l-J, , 'J' 'ln' 1" 1 ' ,:- . 7" -' ' ,, "'l'1'Q.-,4,l,:.i'--2 I -ff 1 fu? " Debaimg Team ALBRIGHT debating enjoyed the most extensive schedule and the greatest amount of public interest in many years. Out of twenty-one contests the Al- bright squad lost only one debate. Under the direction of Dr. Eugene R. Page, head of the English department, the team participated in debates with Swarth- more, University of Pennsylvania, Bard College of Columbia University, Col- gate, Penn State, Lebanon Valley, Moravian, Bucknell, Grove City, Geneva, Hampden Sydney, Ursinus, and Susquehanna. The popular and controversial question was "Resolved, That the Congress of the United States should have the right by a two thirds majority vote to overrule the decisions of the Supreme Court affecting the constitutionality of legislation passed by Congress." The second question which was debated several times early in the season was "Re- solved, That the United States Constitution should be amended permitting Congress to regulate intra-state commerce." 193 5-'56 Debateri' Kenneth Erdman, '56 Guy Brown, '37 Charles Moravec, '37 James Doyle, '56 Ralph Levan, '37 Gerald Boyer, '58 Leroy Garrigan, '36 Marshall Selikolf, '59 H661 J ', ,,, ffl. ,J 1 . -"f'7F!i"lf," :fg',',' ,-'1 5 , , , . uumgz--1..- -. - .. if 11 ,- ig --,fn i ,- atzlf - .-i---:A-f:--gg.,-L f ,-n-1-W--+1 -1--,...Y . f.-Y ., V -1,4 -- , , . eww' -fee-' -1-vw.- YYY, -:.4- A--c ' ,-..1.,., ...L 'I - f33g':- gg-may-ig:!1 1ffv15-A-i:,-ff,-2-18+ ---- . P --Y . wr- -. Y , , - -- J- , Y .:- Mau ,.:1 ini., '.,,. f.f.l3 Afcbemzkzf Club Ojfcers P1'6.l'i6f6lZl FRED CHARLTON, '36 Vive-Prerideut JAMES GARNET, '37 Secretary-T1'ea.fm'e1' MARY FALCONE, '37 Carl Buechle, '36 Claude Machemar, '37 Leo Disend, '38 joseph Ehrhart, '36 Mason Marcus, '37 Gerald Hottenstein, '38 Claude Felty, '36 Harold Miller, '37 Dickson Jones, '38 Lester Greenawalt, '36 Paul Ottey, '37 Norman Jowitt, '38 Malcolm Reider, '36 Philip Rettew, '37 Harry Kowalesky, '38 Paul Schofer, '36 John Swengel, '37 Paul Sarnoff, '38 Kenneth Compton, '37 Edward Wiater, '37 Morton Silverman, '38 Louis Drucker, '37 John Adam, '38 Isaac Slingerland, '38 Ethel Goforth, '37 Peter Alexinok, '38 Arthur Steitz, '38 john Hain, '37 Ralph Behm, '38 William Tomkowick, '38 Faculty flflzxifer: Dr. Graham Cook if 167 J . .nf-, Y , 5 ' , -1' '.7-tl, I-r J' rx, Ll l 4 l 1 , A-,. l I .W -, . w , .L-L -.- -4+- in -v at 9- ' , -A1 VA1' rx 'A es , qp Albright Choral Society Pbzfofqiby Club OflCE7'J' Prerident DAVID FIELDS, '36 Vice-President DOROTHY DAUTRICH, '36 Sec1'etm'y-Treasuref' STELLA HETRICH, '36 Faculty Adviser DR. MORRIS S. GRETH DR. F. WILBUR GINGRICH Faculty Afrociater DR. CHARLES A. MOCK THE Philosophy Club was organized in 1933. Membership is limited to students of the Philosophy department who have a high scholastic standing. Meetings are held twice a month when papers are presented by the various members on subjects of current philosophy or religious interest. The head of the Philosophy department acts as faculty adviser. IQ1681 , . M436-, L- - M -, , .-,.. .s',,,,,....X-5-.+-3.2-..,2-lui.,-:g :,-,H ". , . . '- . .. . V Later Musncal Pf09f ld-H,',,,, ,H u at l HSM 'O egg' W' emwl DEBATING m ulled Exit md ht Faculty RGCGPUUW P11177 Held for Entire Student FOV B67,.kShi7,e T0 -1--eff' at iz-'Q , President Klein Greats Freshmfi: ggxged le Album Com! egg Cue ub 'Cue' Dance Will Be Means of Financing UN Klhosell 10 N Juniors, Y , in Qyeek TYHQCAST i ,... Victor. 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Friday, 27th-Freshmen girls were the belies of the Dining Hall Dance. Saturday, 28th-Some boys have it lucky-they just call across the courtyard. Sunday, 29th-Some walk, some talk, some sit, some sleep. Monday, 50th-Some of last year's combinations still are right. OCTOBER Tuesday, 1st-Do you have a second hand this or that. Wednesday, 2nd-Farley-Gabriel combination still exists. Thursday, 3rd-Welcome to all the new professors. Friday, 4th-Albright puts Georgetown in their place, 7-0. Congratulations, Munn. Saturday, Sth-Everybody celebrates. Sunday, 6th-Nothing to read-there was no "dirt" column in the Albrightian. Monday, 7th-P. A. T. Pledges learn to take it. Tuesday, 8th-New Deal in the Y. M. C. A.? Wednesday, 9th-Tony Troisi-"Gaines" the admiration. Thursday, 10th-Housewarming at Sherman Cottage. Friday, 11th-Bonfire arouses the ole Albright spirit. Saturday, 12th-Zetas celebrate Lafayette victory at their fall dance. Sunday, 15th-We wonder why the Rifiie brothers spent the summer in Reading. Monday, 14th-Button Frosh! Tuesday, 15th-Who is this "Brown Bomber ?" Wednesday, 16th-Freshmen disobey orders and pay for it. Thursday, 17th-A dreary day that goes by unappreciated. Friday, 18th-Fireside Hour a big success-we want more. Saturday, 19th-Frosh take the spotlight, beat Perkiomen School 5-0. Sunday, 20th-Sunday afternoon-the time to study. . Monday, 21st-just when does an 8 o'clock begin? Tuesday, 22nd-Visitors on the campus-Parent's Day. Wednesday, 25rd-Tar Kehler is weakening. Thursday, 24th-Green Guild organized-These Frosh have talent. Friday, 25th-An exciting pep rally-RAH! RAH! Saturday, 26th-What a team we have-Albright 23-Ursinus 0. Sunday, 27th-Students go to church per usual. Monday, 28th-Who cares when an 8 o'clock begins. Tuesday, 29th-Co-eds have their afternoon tea, an old English custom Wednesday, 30th-Many strange sights and people at the Hallowe'en Party. We begin to doubt Tar Kehler. Thursday, 51st-How the months do fly. L1721 111.-..-1111.-.-.-1 my.-.,,,1nn1 .- 1u.,1inur1uu1u.1 1. ... 1 - '-:--i-- -24: --- - Al---.-H 11' Compliments of LOBEL'S GNMFD Outhtters to Children 634073 Infancy to Graduation 518 Penn Street READING, PA. f-- . -- --..ef .G ,,.. H. A-.J ..-. Edward J. Deininger GENERAL INSURANCE 533 Penn Street READING, PA. Keller's Tea Room 844 Penn Street READING, PA. Fountain Service Delicious Sandwiches and Lunches Telephone 3-7562 "The House of Courtesyi' MARTIN'S 658 Perm Street Leica Service Miniature Cameras Photo Finishing W. F. DREHS READING, PA. Women's and Misses' Wearing 543 Court Street Apparel READING, PA. MILTON E. BUCH Maurice H. Weiner Jeweler CLOTHIER 21 North 6th Street 759 Penn Sfffet READING, PA. READING, PA. Compliments of The Eagle Shoe Store 754 Penn Street READING, PA. Quality Shoes for Men, Women, and Children A "If it's Men's Wear You Want We Have It" JOSEPH'S 410 Penn Street We Sell for Less-Always f173:l . . ii ' ff i ..,.,,1quill.,1nu.-glu-.lm1n..1nn1ul1liii1,1u1nlx..u CALENDAR OF EVENTS NOVEMBER Friday, lst-A. P. O. puff on big, black cigars at annual smoker. Saturday, 2nd-Dave Fray wins football at Cue Dance-Albright 12-Moravian 6. Sunday, 3rd-Red's still under the weather-we thought he could take it. Monday, 4th-My but these freshmen are cocky! Tuesday, 5th-"Frosh" Girls give spook party for big sister. Wednesday, 6th-Strange to say Mildred Lois has the football. Thursday, 7th-Junior class meeting-well attended-Were six or seven there? Friday, Sth-Pi Tau Beta-annual aifair. Saturday, 9th-Blue, more Blues-West Chest broke our record-7-6. Sunday, 10th-Troisi's ability in the game makes "Gaines". Monday, 1 1th-Why is everyone so quiet? Tuesday, 12th-Dr. Page wakes Dick john so he can sleep outside. Wednesday, 13th-"Lovey" McCormack is taking it easy. Thursday, 14th--The campus is guarded-no fireworks. Friday, 15th-Culprits start the bonfire for L. V. C. Rally at 6:00 instead of 10:00. Saturday, 16th-Back in our own-Albright scatters L. V. C. 10-0. Sunday, 17th-Dorm Girls treated to Sunday Nite Supper at Sherman Cottage. Monday, 18th-All prospective actors try out for Dominoes. Tuesday, 19th-Miss Shaffer has her troubles with these Freshmen Girls. Wednesday, 20th-Day Students make the boiler room-a study and game room. Thursday, 21st-International Relations decide all world problems. Friday, 22nd-Twenty girls have "sweet dreams" at Sherman Cottage. Saturday, 23rd-We have a right to be conceited-'What a game, Albright 9, F. 8: M. 6. Sunday, 24th-At the last stroke of midnight-Dominoes Pledges formally initiated. Monday, 25th-Saturdays game played over again in the hall. Tuesday, 26th-Faculty hold "track meet" in the Dining Hall. Wednesday, 27th-Thanksgiving Recess begins-for all but football men. Thursday, 28th-Mud, and more mud-Albright wades to victory 51-6. Friday, 29th-Albright campus deserted-all home for turkey and good meals. DECEMBER Tuesday, 3rd-Double Cuts. Wednesday, 4th-"Ginger Rogers" favorite actress of the Frosh. Thursday, 5th-The "Fraternities" are getting their annual cleaning. Friday, 6th-Open House-Girls it is your chance to admire the men's idea of good interior decorating. Saturday, 7th-A. P. O. and Kappas ight over Frosh girls as they hold their dances on the same nite. Sunday, Sth-Monopoly is the game-Lillian Walborn prefers being in jail because it is cheaper. Monday, 9th-juniors select football as favorite sport? Tuesday, 10th-Will Bruno R. Hauptmann be denied his appeal? Wednesday, 11th-Domino's score a triumph in "The Animal Kingdom". New "Little Theater" formally opened. Thursday, 12th-Can you imagine it? Some people actually missed the point of the play. Friday, 13th-Our first basketball game-Kutztown 39, Albright 24. Saturday, 14th-Phi Beta Mu's make merry at annual dance. 51143 9 .., -Q ...ga......ra....,.u....4.-4a.,-..qL.a.ap..a.-.4 Lx- ---- Bodies Returned to Our Private Rooms Until Day of Funeral Funeral Chapel in City Free for Services Caskets of All Kinds in Show Room 'I'4"l'-l"I"l' FRANCIS F. SEIDEL, INC. FUNERAL DIRECTORS 117 North Fifth Street READING, PA. Phone 7486 BRANCH OFFICE AT SINKING SPRING Alton E. Bowers Quality, Daily Photo Service Compliments of Since 1916 Kodaks-Motion Picture ANS Equipment-Supplies 416 N. Sth Street READING, PA. GK' K+ Qi, K+ "Say It Wfith Flowers" GC' F. O. LIPPOLD We grow our own Flowers "The Friendly Store" For All Occasions Dial 2-2554 146 N. 9th Street READING, PA. 51751 ' CALENDAR OF EVENTS Sunday, 15th-Christmas Pageant by German Club-If you forget the German line, Pennsylvania Dutch will do. Monday, 16th-Munn ollicially greeted-Large crowd rhrongs Rajah Temple. Tuesday, 17th-"Tom" Doyle, "Daisy," Boner, "C" Rothermel score a second triumph in repeat show. We wonder why Frank B. was such a convincing Regan. Wednesday, 18th-"Dick" Riflle, the all American mention goes in for a short hair cut. Thursday, 19th-Buses are crowded as Albright students bid goodbye to their Alma Mater. ' JANUARY, 1956 Friday, 3rd-Back to the books. Ed Scholl spent the day grumbling because he was sick and could not celebrate New Year's live in the accustomed way. Saturday, 4th-Tyn Ice hits jack-Pot at P. A. T. Dance. Sunday, 5th-Everyone catches up on their sleep. Monday, 6th-Elevator strike forces students to walk to rooms in dormitories. Tuesday, 7th-The girls practice the art of proposing. Wednesday, 8th-The boys go to F. 8: M. and light it out. Thursday, 9th-Co-eds take their swim at the Y. W.-Can the Brown Bomber dive? Friday, 10th-They are having snow in the west. Saturday, 11th-Albright spends their afternoons at the Rajah. Sunday, 12th-Hrn! Hm! Mm! Do you want to take a nap? Monday, 13th-Can you believe it? The Freshmen prefer Readers Digest to all other magazines. Tuesday, 14th-Ted'Mury should be killed-he told another new QPJ and good UQ 'oke. . Wednedday, 15th-Did you ever see so many red sweaters? Thursday, 16th-Dotties late again and crawls into French Class via the Fire Escape. Friday, 17th-The Rifrle boys gave up the Packard. Saturday, 18th-The athletes are off to Ursinus. Sunday, 19th-Snow, more snow and more snow. Monday, 20th-Tea time at Prof. Buckwalters' for the Pi Gamma Mu. Tuesday, 21st-Get your exam schedule. Wednesday, 22nd-Sign here please-and again you register. Thursday, 23rd-Exams begin-the latest in crib notes can be purchased reasonably. Friday, 24th-Cramming! Oh! Saturday, 25th-We can rest till Sunday Night-Rest or Celebrate? Sunday, 26th-The snow is deep-sledding is the vogue. Monday, 27th-Mary Schaeffer trips to school in her ski-suit, sensible girl. Tuesday, 28th-Whoops-Helen-keep on your feet. Wednesday 29th-The last exam and home we go. Thursday, 50th-Have you ever played cootie? Neither did I till today. Friday, 31st-Day Student Girls flock the dorm so a few stayers-oners won't be lonely. FEBRUARY Saturday, 1st-Co-eds study for a change. Sunday, 2nd-A better pastime-sleep. Monday, 3rd-It takes jean Boner from 7:00-9:00 to get to school-What bus service- Q What snow. , 51763 ' 5 .' --r'f':a't '- -- . 1 , ' - -. '- - H - - 7--Y Y W ,--.-Q.. - ,-...- -, ,,,.,.,, 1 ,,....-.,. ,,,, ,, M., 1' - - -- A- 7 The Famous Crystal Restaurant and Pastr Shop Where Students Meet Their Friends Estziblishecl 1911 On the Square 557-47 Penn Street READING, PENNSYLVANIA Greeting Cards Fountain Pens-Pencils Office Furniture Hintz's Book Store 838-840 Penn Street College Students Like to Shop Here LOOSE LEAF SUPPLIES Fine Stationery-Engraving Leather Goods For Good Food and Delicious Coffee 7 Shop at I BROWN'S DINER HECK BROTHERS Phone 3-7123 WYOMISSING 126 Penn Ave. PENNA. WEST READING, PA. nu- 1 -m...m.1,.,,..,,,,-uu1......uun.-.ml-. 1 1 .. -. -. 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 -.lu 51771 CALENDAR OF EVENTS Tuesday, 4th-Cafeteria has hash for a change. Wednesday, 5th-Basketball team refuse to talk-badly defeated by St. joseph. Thursday, 6th-Debating team does a great deal of talking-still undefeated. Friday, 7th-Things look better for the basketball team. Saturday, Sth-Jean Boner writes poetry- "The wind blew, The snow snew, Co-eds, boo hoo." Sunday, 9th-Bible Class takes its usual toll. Monday, 10th-Kutztown game turns out to be a free for all. In this corner we have- "Red Woods"-Did you say Irish Temper. Tuesday, 11th-We raise our eyebrows over jim Doyle and Helen Gordon. Wednesday, 12th-Another victory in basketball. Thursday, 15th-Will the snow ever go away? Friday, 14th-Despite the weather we all enjoy the Senior Prom! Taxi! Taxi! Saturday, 15th-The Prom certainly had bad effects on the basketball team. Monday, 17th-The glad return? Sunday, 16th-Church dates seem to come in handy. Tuesday, 18th-What a time this-or any class has to have a meeting. Wednesday, 19th-Ursinus again trampled by Albright. Thursday, 20th-Fittipaldi still talks about getting his nose repaired. Friday, 21st-Rachel Snyder watches for a letter from Philadelphia. Why? Saturday, 22nd-Best game of the year-usual Gettysburg style,-QGettysburg 41 to Albright 40. Sunday, 23rd-Why canlt Charlie Moore live at Sherman Cottage? Monday, 24th-We break F. 8: Mfs winning streak. Tuesday, 25th-Scholl continues to annoy Dottie Butler-yes, annoy! Wednesday, 26th-Ruth Yohn goes out of her way for a certain Kappa. Hello Lovey. Thursday, 27th-Oslislo makes a change in his dates.-How do you like Cherry Pie, Al? Friday, 28th-Some visitor thinks "Hank" Ross is a member of the faculty. Have you heard "Hank" tell about his Nite class in Visual Ed. Saturday, 29th-Beware fellows! This is your day coeds. Betty Straub celebrates her fifth birthday. MARCH Sunday, lst-Tempus fugit. Monday, 2nd-Why doesn't Garrigan buy a few bricks? He throws ten stones a nite at his juliet's window. Tuesday, 3rd-P. A. T. Pledge Service. Wednesday, 4th-We again take it on the chin from Gettysburg. Thursday, 5th-The blonde senior seems to be quite definitely taken up with a Fox. Friday, 6th-Les Knox follows the Oslislo plan. Saturday, 7th-Basketball season closes with victory. Sunday, 8th-Have you met the transfer? Monday, 9th-Red-headed Senior celebrates his birthday for 48 hours. Tuesday, 10th-Phi Beta Mu Pledge Service. Wednesday, 11th-We write a diary for THE YEAR BOOK? THE CUE. 1:1781 9 m1Inn1nu1uu1Inl1rln-lln-un1un-un lg-gn.-.i1...-.1...-. ..-4 .. ...M Q ..-...na-,-A x fry.,-au. c.,-- J,-n .w-n-.w,..- nav.-v-f-pf.. LIM1W1uniun1l.g..u,,-lnu1ln..1 1 ... 1 1 1 .- 1 1 Scene of The Cue Benefit Prom The Junior Prom The Berks County Albright Alumni Dance The BERK I-IIRE HOTEL READING, PA. 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