Albright College - Speculum Yearbook (Reading, PA)
- Class of 1941
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Board of Trustee;
President ........................................................ JUDGE FRED. A. MARX
Fim Vice-Prexiderzt ............................................. BISHOP JOHN S. STAMM
Second Vire-Prwident ................................................ REV. A. F. WEAVER
Secretary .................................................. REV. H. FRANKLIN SCHLEGEL
Anmciate Senetary ............................................. REV. EDGAR E. STAUFFER
Treamrer Arthzg of the College ................................... MR. C. L. GORDON, JR.
TreaJ'IH'Er of tbe School of Theology ....................... . Mk. WILLIAM H. IVIILLER, JR.
ATLANTIC CONFERENCE NEW YORK CONFERENCE
Rev. John T. Boepple ...... Philadelphia, Pa. Rev. Arlington M. Bahn ...... Buffalo, N. Y.
Mr. W. C. Butscher ........ Philadelphia, Pa. Rev john M. Beck ........ Rochester, N. Y.
Rev. Fred G. Fischer ........ Baltimore, Md. Rev. E. W. Bittner ......... Wayland, N. Y.
Rev. Henry Heine ......... Clarksboro, N. I Mr. H. R. Martin .......... Webster, N. Y.
Mr. H. J. Sauerbrun . . .Richmond Hill, N. Y. Mr. Fred E. Price ........... Syracuse, N. Y.
Mr. William Weitzel ....... Baltimore, Md. Mr. Ralph E. Smith ......... Buffalo, N. Y.
Dr. C. H, Wintsch ........ Newark, N. J. Rev. C. A. Whitehead ...Beaver Falls, N. Y.
Rev. Joseph Wolf ........... Baltimore, Md. Mr. Frank J. Wiedemann Buffalo, N, Y.
CENTRAL PENNSYLVANIA CONFERENCE PITTSBURGH CONFERENCE
BiShOP J- F- Dunlap ------ Willmmspgrt, Pa. Mr. Robert Brupbacher. Sr. Altoona, Pa.
Mr. H- A- Ebert -------------- REd LION, Pa. Rev. B. E. Coleman ........... Franklin, Pa.
Rev. Norman L- Hummel ..Williamsport, Pa. Rev. G A. Collin ........... Pittsburgh, Pa,
Mr. john L. Pandel ........... Burnham, Pa. Mr. Fred C Haller ........ Wilkinsburg, pa.
Mr. Harry W. Shaffer ...... Lock Haven Pa. Rev. N. c. Millimn ......... Pittsburgh, Pa.
RCV- W. I. Shambaugh ----------- Mllton, P3. Rev. Woodward M. Peffer ..... Freedom, Pa.
RCV- E C- 33150!" --------- Lewxsburg. Pil- Dr. George F. Wright ...... Johnstown, Pa.
Rev. A. F. Weaver ............... York, Pa.
EAST PENNSYLVANIA CONFERENCE Clarence D. Becker, Esq. ...... Lebanon, Pa.
Rev. 1' R Bergstresser AUePtown' Pm Mr. Dale S. Gramley ...... Bethlehem, Pa.
Mr. George W. Bellman ..... Shlllmgton. Pa. Dr I C Keller C-Ilifomia Pa.
Rev. William L. Bellman . .Cleveland, Ohio ' ' ' """"""" t ,
Rev. 0. A. Hyden .......... Mohnton, Pm TRUSTEES'AT'LARGE .
Rev. J. Warren Klein ......... Reading, Pa. Judge Fred.A. Marx. ----------- Read-mg, Pfl-
Mr. Luke A Lutz ............ Mohnton, pa. Mr. Fredenck W. NlCOllS ...... Readmg, Pa.
Hon. Harolci L. Paul ....... Port Carbon, Pa. Mrs. Annie Memer Pfeiffer ,New York, N. Y-
Rev. Edgar E. Stauffer ......... Reading, Pa. Dr. JOhn H- Rorke ------------ K?Qdmg, Pa.
NEW ENGLAND CONFERENCE Mr. Roy H. Stetler ......... Harnsburg, Pa.
Rev. Charles E. Willson ....Pawtucket, R. I, BOARD OF BISHOPS
Rev. G. Arthur Woodcock . . . .Kingfleld, Me. Bishop John S. Stamm ...... Harrisburg, Pa.
HARRY V. MASTERS, A.B., A.M., PhD.
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GEORGE W. WALTON, Ph.B., M.S., D.Sc.
Admmmmtz'on omd Pmonnel
HARRY V. MASTERS, A.B., A.M., Ph.D., Prexidem, 1601 Palm Avenue.
CLARENCE D. BECKER, LL.B., Vice-Prexident, Farmers Trust Bank, Lebanon.
GEORGE W. WALTON, Ph.B., M.S., D.Sc., Dean, 1602 North 14th Street.
ETHEL S. NORTON, B.A., M.A., Dean of Women, Selwyn Hall Annex
WILSON I. MILLER, A.B., M.A., Regirmzr, 109 North 3rd Avenue, West Reading.
CHARLES L. GORDON, JR., Acting Tremm'er, 817 Pear Street.
ROBERT L. WORK, A.B., BS. in Library Science, Librarian, 1616 North 11th Street.
CHARLES E. KACHEL, A.B., B.D., M.A., Religiam Commellm', 1246 Chestnut Street.
H. LEROY BRININGER, A.B., B.D., Director of Pitblir Relatiom, 1707 Olive Street.
MARIE M. KLEPPINGER, Secretary to flag Pl'ekfl'deill. Selwyn Hall Annex.
ANNA R. BENNINGER, A.B., AIJiJlam to the Dean and Reginmr, Selwyn Hall
LEWIS A. BRINER, A.B., Freshmen Rejideizt Advijer, Administration Building.
GLENN A. DEIBERT, M.D., College Pbyjician, 810 North 5th Street.
MARY E. ROBISON, R.N., College Name, Selwyn Hall.
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Language mad Literature
ELSIE A. GARLACH, A.B., A.M., Profexmr of French. Selwyn Hall Annex.
F. WILBUR GINGRICH, A.B., A.M., Ph.D., Profenar of Greek and Bible, 1629 N. Eleventh
RAPHAEL FENILI, Ph.B., M.A., Ph.D., Profemor of Romance Laizgzmgex, 1220 Linden
Street. ' -
GERRIT MEMMING, A.B., A.M., Ph.D., Profarmr of German, 1230 Linden Street.
JOHN B. DOUDS, A.B., M.A., Ph.D., Prafejmr 0f Engliyb Language and Lilel'alm'e, 1323
N. Fourteenth Street.
RUTH C. SHAFFER, A.B., Aymriate Profeymr of Latin, Selwyn Hall.
CLYDE A. HARDING, A.B., A.M., AJJ'iJMIZl Profenor 0f Englirb, 2413 Woodvale Ave, Mt.
Penn, Reading, Pa.
ETHEL S. NORTON, B.A., M.A., Dean of 1170172912 and Anixtmzt Profeuor 0f Englin,
Selwyn Hall Annex.
PAUL F. SCHACH, A.B., Imtrmtor in German, 1627 N. 11th Street.
ESTHER FENILI, A.B., Aerthant 1'12 Spmzixla, 1220 Linden Street.
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WILSON I. MILLER, A.B., M.A., Regiltrm' and Profenor 0f Edzlmlimz, 109 N. Third
Ave., West Reading.
VIRGIL C. ZENER, A.B., M.A., D.D., Profenor of Education, 1527 Locust Street.
MORRIS S. GRETH, A.B., M.S., B.D., Ph.D., Profemor 0f Pbilompljy and Sociology, 1431
MILTON G. GEIL, B.A., A.M., Ph.D., Profenor 0f PJ'yclmlagy, 1522 N. 11th Street.
LEWIS E. SMITH, A.B., M.A., Profeymr of Political Science, 424 Schuylkill Ave.
MILTON W. HAMILTON, A.B., AM., Ph.D., Profenor of Hillary, 1722 N. Sixteenth
MORRIS S. GRETH, A.B., M.S., B.D., Ph.D., 1413 Palm Ave.
Mdlbemmza and Natural! Science
GEORGE W. WALTON, Ph.B., M.S., D.Sc., Dean of College and Profeuor of Botany and
Geolngy, 1426 Palm Avenue.
CLARENCE A. HORN, B.S., C.P4H., M.A., D.Sc., Profexmr of Zoology, 736 N. 3rd Street.
GRAHAM COOK, B.A., M.S., Ph.D., Profarmr 0f Cbemijlry, 1518 Hampden Blvd.
OLIVER M. GEORGE, B.S., M.S., Profw'mr 0f Marbematm am! Pbyxiw, Stony Creek
PAUL I. SPEICHER, B.S., M.A.7 AJJiJMIIl meeer of Nlalbenmriar 412d PlayJiCI, 205
Intervilla Ave, West Lawn, P21.
MARCUS H. GREEN, B.S., M.S., Aniwanl Profeuor of Biology, 1138 Spring Street.
NEWTON S. DANFORD, B.S., Inm'ilrtor in Cbemiytry, Stony Creek Mills, Pa.
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JOHN C. EVANS, B.SC.EC., A.M., Profeuor 0f Fimmre and Avmzmting, 1420 Linden St.
HENRY G. BUCKWALTER, BB. in Ec., M.S., Anixtam Profenor of Bmhzen Adminixtmtimz,
1318 Union Street.
FLORENCE V. INNIS, B.S., M.S., Profeuor of Home Ecmzomirs, Sherman Cottage.
ANNA HEERE SMITH MRsJ, BS. in Home Econ., A.r.ri.rtmzt Profeymr of Home
Economiw, 1319 Linden Street.
G. ERNESTINE ELDER, BS. in Home Econ, Am'xtant Profemor of Art and Home
Ermzomim, Selwyn Hall.
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JOHN H. DUDDY, JR., Mus.B., Profexmr of Voice, Piano, and Organ, 502 Stanbridge
Street, Norristown, Pa.
HANS NIX, Prbfeuor 0f Violin, 920 North 4th Street.
NEAL O. HARRIS, B.S., M S., IIZJtrIIrtor 1'72 Playlit'al Edzlcatimz, 1147 Walnut Street.
EVA MOSSER MRsJ, 13.8., I mtrmtor in Plyyjiml Education for I-Vomen, 232 Wyomissing
Avenue, Shillington, Pa. "
Representatives of each of the four classes and of recognized student
organizations compose the Student Council. This body regulates student
activities and affords the opportunity for an interchange of opinion between
faculty and students. In addition to the regulation of the social etiquette on
campus, the Student Council provides social activities for the students by holding
Friday night dances in the dining hall.
Prarizlenl DONALD BURGER
Vice Prexidezzl WM. BRANDENBURG
Serretary CATHERINE BUZZARD
Harry Bitting Carlyle Fabian
Roy Bloom Paul Golis
Stanford Dickey Mary Levan
Betty Ebbert Betty Siege!
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HAROLD F. E. ANDERSON
176 WEST WILLIAM STREET CORNING, N. Y.
Whole in himself a common good."
Alpha Pi Omega; Football; Baseball; Track; Financial
MILDRED MAE ANGSTADT
1044 PERRY STREET READING, PA.
uIn work and play a very good sport,
Smiling lips and a bright retort."
Glee Club; Alchemists; Skull and Bones; German
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BURTON H. ASZMAN
746 HARRISON STREET RAHWAY, N. J.
"He was a gentleman on whom I built
An absolute trust."
Zeta Omega Epsilon; Football; Basketball; Baseball;
Track; Financial Outlook Organization; Student Coun-
cil; Sophomore Class, President.
FREDERICK G. BERTOLET
1013 CHESTNUT STREET READING, PA.
"No question is ever settled
Until it is settled right."
Tennis; Y. M, C. A.; Kappa Tau Chi; Daymezfs
Club; Mixed Chorus.
MARK F. BOYER
68 1 FRANKLIN AVENU E
"His talents were of the more silent kind."
Pi Tau Beta; Tennis; Albrightian; Financial Outlook
ROY C. BLOOM
417 GRANT STREET SOUTH FORK, PA.
"His manners were gentle, complying and
Glee Club; Alchemists; Skull and Bones; German
Club; Student Council; Band; Student Affiliate of
American Chemistry Society.
WILLIAM A. BRANDENBURG
11' MORGAN PLACE NORTH ARLINGTON, N. j
"Steady of heart."
Kappa Upsilon Phi; Track; Alchemists; Student
Council; Student AFHliate of American Chemistry So-
1290 HIGH STREET POTTSTOWN, PA.
"He is worthy of honor
Who willeth the good of every man."
Alpha Pi Omega; Tennis; Albrightian; Financial Out-
WILLIAM C. BUTSCHER, JR.
5505 NORTH AMERICAN STREET PHILADELPHIA, PA.
"I value science none can prize it more,
It gives ten thousand motives to adore."
Alpha Pi Omega; Domino Club; Y. M. C. A.; A1-
chemists; Skull and Bones; German Club.
DONALD M . BURGER
520 NORTH 20TH STREET ALLENTOWN, PA.
"I date do all that may become a man."
Alpha Pi Omega, President; Tennis; Y. M. C. A.'
German Club, President; Student Council, President-
Senior Class, President; Gold A; "Who's Who."
ELEANOR JANE BUTTORFF
166 WEST WINDSOR STREET READING. PA.
"Grace was in all her steps,
Heaven in her eye;
In every gesture, dignity and love."
Pi Alpha Tau, President; Domino Club; Albrightian;
CUE; Pi Gamma Mu; International Relations Club;
uJolly, good natured, full of fun,
If you want a real friend, here's one."
Zeta Omega Epsilon; Alchemists; Student Council.
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MARY A. CAPALLO
922 FRANKLIN STREET WYOMISSING, PA.
"It is faith in something, and enthusiasm for
That makes a life worth looking at."
Pi Alpha Tau; Domino Club; Albrightian; CUE; Pi
Gamma Mu; Heo Club; French Club; Women's Day
Student Club; Junior-Senior Oratorical Contest.
1807 CLINTON STREET LINDEN, N. j.
"Hang sorrow! Care will kill a cat,
And therefore lets be merry."
Football; Alchemists; Skull and Bones.
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. ALFRED J. COMSTOCK
176 HIGHWOOD AVENUE LEONIA. N. j.
"I am not only witty in myself, but the cause
of wit in other men."
Zeta Omega Epsilon; Albrightian; CUE; Y. M. C. A.;
Sigma Tau Delta; Pi Gamma Mu; International Re-
lations Club, President.
HENRY J. CZAIKOSKI
WALLINGTON, N. j.
44 RESERVOIR AVENUE
"Mirth, with thee I mean to liiveT
Kappa Upsilon Phi; Football; Basketball; Baseball.
HOWARD P. DIAMOND
BROOKLYN, N. Y.
1245 EASTERN PARKWAY
"Rare compound of oddity, frolic and fun
Who relished a joke and rejoiced in a pun."
Alchemists; Skull and Bones; Student Affiliate of
American Chemistry Society.
K. FERN DENTITH
1401 PERRY STREET READING, PA.
'She is pretty to walk with
And Witty to talk with."
Alchemists; Skull and Boncs.
907 FRANKLIN STREET READING, PA.
"He was wont to speak plain and t0 the
Zeta Omega Epsilon; Tau Kappa Alpha; Band; De-
JANE LOUISE DICK
128 EAST WALNUT STREET SHILLINGTON. PA.
mfrusty, dusky, vivid, true."
Pi Alpha Tau; Domino Club; Glee Club; CUE; Pi
Gamma Mu; German Club; French Club; Mixed
AGATHA ELIZABETH DIETZ
222 EAST NORTH STREET BETHLEHEM, PA.
"Speak boldly, and speak truly, shame the
Pi Alpha Tau; Basketball; Tennis; Domino Club;
Albrightian; CUE; Sigma Tau Delta; Alchemists;
Skull and Bones; German Club; Student Council.
STANFORD O. DICKEY
R. D. NO. 1 PORTAGE, PA.
"And too fond of the right, to pursue the
Pi Tau Beta, President; Debating; Y. M. C. A.; Edi-
tor of Fresh Handbook; Alchemists; Skull and Bones.
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ALAN ROBERT DUKE
419' WEST WHARTON AVENUE GLENSIDE, PA.
A man so various, that he seemed to be
Not one, but all mankind's epitome?
Kappa Upsilon Phi; Football; Track; Albrightian;
Y. M. C. A., President; Philosophy Club; Alchemists;
German Club; Junior Class, President.
MARY L. DUNLAP
28 ORCHARD ROAD UPPER DARBY, PA.
uSagacious, patient, dreading praise, not blame.'
Domino Club; Glee Club, President; Y. W. C. A.;
Heo Club; Mixed Chorus.
2 57 jACKSON STREET
TRENTON, N, j.
"Worth, courage, honor, these indeed
Your sustenance and birthright are."
Alchemists, President; Skull and Bones; Student
AHiliate of American Chemistry Society; Clarence D.
Becker Prize for Mathematics; Kappa Upsilon Phi
Prize in Biology; Biology Laboratory Assistant.
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510 MAIN STREET PORTAGE, PA.
"He who Hies above the clouds,
Will not feel the storm."
Phi Beta Mu; Albrightian; CUE; Y. W. C. A., Presi-
dent; Sigma Tau Delta; International Relations Club;
Philosophy Club; German Club; French Club; Gold
A; "Who's Who."
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CARLYLE S. FABIAN
R. D. NO. 1 STONY CREEK MILLS, PA.
"No man less proud than he,
Nor cared for homage less?
Daymen's Club; Student Council.
LIDA L. FAIST
PASCACK ROAD SPRING VALLEY, N. Y.
"My heart is true as steel."
Pi Alpha Tau; Basketball; Albrightian; CUE; Y. W.
C. A.; Women's Student Government, President;
Women's Athletic Association, President; "Who's
MARY ETTA FILBERT
314 WEST HIGH STREET PA.
HA kind, true heart, a spirit high."
Basketball; Tennis; Glee Club; Alchemists; Skull and
Bones; Heo Club; German Club; Women's Day Stu-
dent Club, President.
VIRGINIA M . FESSLER
"Here is a dear and true industrious friend."
Alchemists; Heo Club; Women's Day Student Club;
Mixed Chorus; Band; Home Economics Laboratory
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RAY S. FUNK
R. 0.4310. 2 SHAMOKIN, PA.
"Life is a jest, and all things show it,
I thought it once, and now I know it?
Daymen's Club; Band.
R. D. NO. 2 NEW MILFORD, PA.
NA spirit intense and rare, with trace on trace
Of passion and impudence and energy."
Zeta Omega Epsilon; Track; Debating, Manager; Al-
brightian; CUE, Editor; Y. M. C. A,; Tau Kappa
Alpha; Pi Gamma Mu, President; International Rela-
tions Club; Student Council; Gold A; "Who's Who."
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SEVEN VALLEYS, PA.
"Summer of man its sunlight and its Hower,
Springtime of man all April in a face."
3?: HOME ECONOMICS
Phi Beta Mu; Y. W. C. A.; Adviser to Frosh Com-
mission; Heo Club, President; Mixed Chorus.
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ADA ELIZABETH GOSSLER
32 UPLAND ROAD WYOMISSING HILLS, PA.
"The very room, coz she was in,
Seemed warm from Hoot to ceilid."
Pi Alpha Tau; Domino Club; Albrightian, Editor;
Sigma Tau Delta, President; Pi Gamma Mu; French
Club; Gold A; "Who's Who."
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EVELYN MAY GOYNE
333 EAST MAHANOY STREET MAHANOY ciTY, PA.
"Oh! blest with temper, whose unclouded my
Can make tomorrow cheerful as today."
Basketball; Domino Club; Glee Club; Women's
Day Student Club.
RUTH L. GOTTLIEB
130 CLYMER STREET READING, PA.
uYou know I say
Just what I think, and nothing more nor less."
Women's Day Student Club,
MARY ODELL GREIN
"Her feelings have the fragrancy,
The freshness of young Howers.n
HARVEY R. GREISS
1622 NORTH 12TH STREET READING, PA.
"The word 'impossible' is not in my dictionary."
Zeta Omega Epsilon; Financial Outlook Organization.
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718 RURAL AVENUE WILLIAMSPORT, PA.
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235 503.1114 DELAWARE AVENUE
'A man of massive presence;-blqu and stem."
Alpha Pi Omega; Football; Baseball; Track; Alchem-
ists; Student Council.
EDWARD T. HALBFOSTER
21 PERSHING AVENUE ELIZABETH, N. j.
h'From the crown of his head to the sole of his
foot he is all mirth."
Kappa Upsilon Phi; Football; Baseball; International
Relations Club; Skull and Bones.
CAROLINE A. HASTINGS
119-05 236m STREET ST. ALBANS, LONG ISLAND, N, Y.
HNothing great was ever achieved without en-
Phi Beta Mu President; Basketball; Tennis; Baseball;
Alchemists; H60 Club.
ALAN H. HAMILTON
746 LIBERTY STREET FRANKLIN, PA.
"Let me know all! Prate not of most or least
Painful or easy!"
Y. M. C. A.; Kappa Tau Chi; Philosophy Club,
President; Junior-Senior Oratorical Contest.
EVELYN ANNA HELLER
1V624'N0RTH 12TH STREET READING, PA.
"Ifs no matter what you do
If your heart be only true."
Domino Club; Alchemists; Heo Club; French Club;
Women's Day Student Club; Student Council.
CHARLES B. HOLLENBACH
517 ROSE STREET READING, PA.
"0, for a horse with wings."
Skull and Bones; Daymen's Club; Band.
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EMERSON E. HOPPES
2218 RAYMOND AVENUE READING, PA.
'Gentle of speech, beneficent of mind."
Zeta Omega Epsilon; Alchemists; Skull and Bones;
HAROLD E. HONADLE
905 GROVE AVENUE WINDBER, PA,
uThis man is freed from servile bands
Of hope to rise, or fear to fall."
Zeta Omega Epsilon; Football; Alchemists; Student
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736 NORTH 5RD STREET READxNG, PA,
"Let my soft minutes glide securely on,
Like subterraneous streams, unheard,
Pi Alpha Tau; Albrightian; Alchemists; Skull and
Bones; German Club; Biology Laboratory Assistant.
EDITH WINIFRED HUNTER 1MrsJ
1211 LINDEN STREET READING, PA.
"With malice toward none; with charity for all."
Pi Gamma Mu; International Relations Club; Philoso-
phy Club; Women's Day Student Club.
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329 WEST PINE STREET
MAHANOY CITY, PA.
'lNature may stand up to all the world and say,
'This is a man.
BUSINESS AD MINISTRATION
Kappa Upsilon Phi; Football; Basketball; Baseball;
Track; Financial Outlook Organization.
GEORGE F. HURLEY
2520 KUTZTOWN ROAD READING, PA.
uAnd I would that my tongue could utter
The thoughts that arise in me."
Alpha Pi Omega; Alchemists.
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2409 FAIRVIEW AVENUE MT. PENN, READING, PA.
"An independent miss, with telling brown eyes,
And a gift of gab very galloping."
Albrightian; Hen Club; German Club; French Club.
VICTOR G. KATEN
GREEN STREET ISELIN, N. j,
"The world knows nothing of its greatest men."
Pi Tau Beta; International Relations Club.
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MARGARET S. KELLER
SOUTH RACE STREET RICHLAND, PA.
"Gentle thoughts, and calm desires."
Alchemists; Heo Club; German Club; Women's
Day Student Club; Washington-Lincoln Essay Con-
LOUISE ELIZABETH KELLER
"You have a nimble wit, I think it was made
of Atalantak Heels."
Pi Alpha Tau; Domino Club; Albrightian; CUE; Pi
Gamma Mu; French Club; Mixed Chorus.
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EDITH K. KEYS
117 HOWERTOWN AVENUE CATASAUQUA, PA.
"In small proportions we just beauties see,
And in short measures life may perfect be."
LIB ERAL ARTS
Pi Alpha Tau; Domino Club; Y. W. C. A.; German
WILLIAM H. KIRLIN
1250 DOUGLASS STREET READING, PA.
His singularities proceed from his good sensef
Alchemists; Daymen's Club.
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ROBERT A. KLINE
1016 ELNORE AVENUE SOUTH TEMPLE, m.
"I have no superfluous leisure."
Alpha Pi Omega; Domino Club; Glee Club; A!-
brightian; Financial Outlook Organization; Band;
BESSIE L. KNERR
322 MAIN STREET DENVER, PA.
uThe virtue of her lively looks
Bxcels the precious stonef'
Phi Beta Mu; Tennis; Glee Club; Alchemists; Skull
and Bones; Student Council; Biology Laboratory
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GENE H. LAU
HANOVER STREET GLEN ROCK, PA.
'Duty by habit is to pleasure turrfd."
LIB ERAL ARTS
Phi Beta Mu; Albrightian; Sigma Tau Delta; French
Club; Mixed Chorus.
MARY ELIZABETH LOWER
619 FORREST STREET HARRISBURG, PA.
uBeautiful gentleness and splendid skill."
Phi Beta Mu; Alchemists; Skull and Bones; German
DAVID B. MCCLEERY
STAR ROUTE FRANKLIN, PA.
"My wealth is health and perfect ease;
My conscience clear my chief defense."
Pi Tau Beta; Y. M. C. A.; Kappa Tau Chi; Band.
RAYMOND A. MCCRANN
322 FRANKLIN STREET ELIZABETH, N. j,
nA merry heart maketh a cheerful countenance."
Kappa Upsilon Phi; Football; Basketball.
MARY KATHRYNE MCCREARY
NEW pmus, PA.
"SheRs the mint in the julep of joy."
Glee Club; Y. W. C. A.; International Relations
Club; French Club.
SUSQUEHANNA AVENUE WYOMING, PA.
"The shortest answer is doing."
Kappa Upsilon Phi, President; Track; Financial Out-
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R. D. NO. 2 PA.
"Let this sufiice, by this conceive the rest,
He should, he could, he would, he did the
Pi Tau Beta; Albrightian; CUE; Financial Outlook
MARIO F . NICOTERA
2009 SOUTH CLEVELAND AVENUE PHILADELPHIA, PA.
"Quips, and cranks, and wanton wiles,
Nods, and becks, and wreathed smiles."
Kappa Upsilon Phi; Football; Basketball; Track.
VINCENT J. O'GOREK
606 MARKET STREET
"But the man worthwhile is the one who Will
When everything goes dead wrong."
Zeta Omega Epsilon; Football;
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LYK ENS, PA.
DOROTHY HAVILAND PATT
WEST LEESPORT, PA.
The quiet of the sunset hour
Most truly mirrored thee."
Alchemists; Women's Day Student Club; Ursinus
LUKE E. RAU
Let us then be up and doing,
With a heart for any fate."
LIB ERAL ARTS
Track; Y. M. C. A.; Kappa Tau Chi; German Club;
JANE PEACE REED
734 MADISON AVENUE READING, PA.
"The force of her own merit makes her way."
Glee Club; Alchemists; Skull and Bones; German
Club; Women's Day Student Club; Mixed Chorus.
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MARGARET J. REED
158 ORWIGSBURG STREET TAMAQUA, PA.
"For Mercy, Courage, Kindness, Mirth,
There is no measure upon earth.n
Phi Beta Mu; Albrightian; Y. W. C, A.; International
Relations Club; Alchemists; Skull and Bones; German
ROBERT B. RETTINGER -
501 MARKET STREET LYKENS. PA.
"Describe him who can,
An abridgement of all that is pleasant in manf
Zeta Omega Epsilon; Football; Baseball; Y. M. C.
A.; French Club; Band; Orchestra.
DONALD G. SANDS
2424 GRANDVIEW AVENUE
'1 cannot change as others do."
Zeta Omega Epsilon; Alchemists.
MT. PENN, READING, PA.
JOHN C. ROBSON
ST. MICHAEL, PA.
"50 impatient, full of action, full of manly-
pride and friendship."
Zeta Omega Epsilon; Football.
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HAROLD J. SCHIECK
952 MOSS STREET READING, PA.
"Reason masters every sense."
Pi Tau Beta; Y. M. C. A.; Kappa Tau Chi; German
THOMAS B. SMYTHE, JR.
100 WINDSOR STREET READING, PA.
"There lives more faith in honest doubt,
Believe me, than in half the creeds."
Glee Club; Kappa Tau Chi; Daymexfs Club.
18 L148 M
JAMES E. SNYDER
27 NORTH CENTER STREET SUNBURY, PA,
Hon0ur, anger, valour, fire."
Kappa Upsilon Phi; Football; Track; Alchemists.
JEANETTE M. SNYDER
1004 WEISER STREET READING, PA.
' A daughter of the gods, divinely tall and most
Pi Alpha Tau; Tennis; Albrightian; CUE; Sigma Tau
Delta; Pi Gamma Mu; Philosophy Club.
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THEODORE J. SOJA
251 LIVINGSTON STREET ELIZABETH, N. j.
"Content to take his adventure gladly."
Alpha Pi Omega; Football; Basketball; Track.
MARY JAN E STETLER
14 PERKASIE AVENUE WEST LAWN, PA.
"The blythest bird upon the bush
Had nder a lighter heart than she !"
Basketball; Baseball; Alchemists; Heo Club; Women's
Day Student Club; Hockey.
RUTH G. STRATTON
R. D. NO. 1 STONY CREEK MILLS, PA.
A woman tropical, intense
In thought and act, in soul and sense."
Pi Alpha Tau; Baseball; French Club, President.
HOP BOTTOM, PA.
"Only of you the Hatterer never lieth."
Zeta Omega Epsilon, President; Football; Basketball;
Track; Y. M. C. A.; Financial Outlook Organization.
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127 EAST" 6TH STREET WYOMING, PA.
"For I profess not talking. Only this
Let each man do his best."
Alpha Pi Omega; Football; Baseball; Financial Out-
ELVA MAE WEAVER
1049 NORTH FRONT STREET READING, PA.
"The friendly welcome of the wayside well."
Glee Club; Alchemists; Heo Club; French Club;
Women's Day Student Club.
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CHESTER R. WIELGOLINSKI
15 CATHERINE STREET
"The courageous captain of compliment."
Zeta Omega Epsilon; Football; Baseball; French Club,
CARTERET, N. j.
CHARLES RALPH WESLAGER, JR.
510 ARABELLA STREET PITTSBURGH, PA.
"I pray thee, then,
Write me as one that loves his fellow men."
Pi Tau Beta; Y. M. C. A,; Kappa Tau Chi; German
777 . -
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13S GREENWICH STREET READING, PA.
"Freedom I love, and form I hate."
Alchemists; Skull and Bones; German Club.
JUNE EVELYN YOCOM
1103 MARION STREET READING, PA.
Graceful and useful all she does."
Heo Club; Women's Day Student Club; Mixed
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H. JILDO ZANOT
the smack and tang of elemental things."
Football; Track; Alchemists.
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DEAN ADRIAN ALLEN
SINKING SPRING, PA.
17 MULL AVENUE
"The minds the standard of the man."
Alpha Pi Omega; Glee Club; CUE, Business Manager;
Y. M, C. A.; Kappa Tau Chi.
PAUL HERMAN ACKERT
209 DOBSON AVENUE WARREN, PA.
sThat tower of strength
Which stood fourssquare to all the winds that
LIB ERAL ARTS
Debating; Glee Club; Manager, Student Director; AI-
brightian; Y. M. C. A.; Kappa Tau Chi; Interna-
tional Relations Club; Philosophy Club; German
Club; Orchestra; Band.
N i729! y-xix
THELMA L. BAYNE
821 FUNSTON AVENUE WILLIAMSPORT, PA
"Happiness has many friends."
Glee Club; Alchemists; Heo Club; Mixed Chorus.
EVELYN E. BELMONT
30 ORCHARD STREET
COS COB, CONN.
"She is gentle, she is shy
But therEs mischief in her eye."
Pi Alpha Tau; Basketball; Heo Club.
GEORGE C. BINGAMAN
917 WINDSOR STREET READING, PA.
"In thy face I see
The map of honor, truth, and loyalty."
Kappa Tau Chi, President; Philosophy Club; Fresh-
EDNA ELIZABETH BIALEK
UNION AND ECKERSON ROADS SPRING VALLEY, N. Y.
"Only a sweet and virtuous soul,
Like seasoned timber, never gives."
Pi Alpha Tau; Domino Club; Heo Club; German
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CATHERINE M. BUZZARD
CHURCH STREET MILFORD, NEW jERSEY
"No grace, no charm is wanting
To set the heart on fire."
Phi Beta Mu; Alchemists; Skull and Bones; Student
ELIZABETH M . EBBERT
20 TREBOR PLACE WYOMISSING, PA.
"50 rich in treasures of her own,
She might our boasted stores defy."
Pi Alpha Tau; Glee Club, Manager; Albrightian;
CUE; Y. W. C. A.; Sigma Tau Delta; German Club;
Student Council; Class Secretary; Basketball,
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GEORGE W. EPPEHIMER
1714 MEADOW STREET
"We loved him; he was one of us."
Pi Tau Beta; Y. M. C. A.; Kappa Tau Chi.
RUTH JANE ENNIS
325 CARSONIA AVENUE MT. PENN, READING, PA.
"Pure dignity, composure, ease."
BUSINESS AD M INISTRATION
Domino Club; CUE; Financial Outlook Organization;
German Club; Day Student's Club.
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C. WALDO ESHELMAN
uHe was a gentleman from sole to crown."
Kappa Upsilon Phi; Football; Basketball; Baseball;
Financial Outlook Organization; Skull and Bones;
French Club; Band; Orchestra.
C49 E , 77
A LBERT M . FALCONE
MAIN STREET ROSETO, PA.
"0, tis a parlous boy,
Bold, quick, ingenious, forward, capable."
Alpha Pi Omega; Glee Club, Student Director; Al-
chemists; Skull and Bones; French Club; Orchestra.
One Hundred One
ADELE M. FERGUSON
133 SOUTH 8TH STREET READING, PA.
The soul's calm sunshine and the heartfelt
Domino Club; CUE; Alchemists; Skull and Bones;
German Club; Day Student's Club.
ARTHUR W. FAUST
1326 CLEVELAND AVENUE WYOMISSING, PA.
"The warmth of genial courtesy,
The calm of seIf-reliance."
Zeta Omega Epsilon; Domino Club; Alchemists; Skull
and Bones; Day Studenfs Club.
One Hundred Two
AARON FLOYD F ISHER
553 MAIN STREET LYKENS, PA
3 TThy Imodestys a candle to thy merit."
Pi Tau Beta; Financial Outlook Organization; Band.
1145 DILL AVENUE LINDEN, NEW jERSEY
uLifefs a blessed iinstitution,
Let us take it as it comes."
Alpha Pi Omega; Football; Alchemists.
One Hundred Three
VIRGINIA MAY GAUL
1016 ROBESON STREET
Let me go wherEer I will
I hear a sky-bom music still."
Glee Club; Heo Club.
KAY R. GASCHE
3304 KUTZTOWN ROAD LAURELDALE, PA.
"The gladncss of the Wind that shakes the
Alchemists; Skull and Bones; German Club; Day
One Hundred Four
ROBERT R. GERHART, JR.
100 SOUTH ROBESON STREET
'Tall men, suncrowned, who lived above the
In public duty and in private thinking."
Albrightian, Managing Editor; CUE.
Alpha Pi Omega; Sigma Tau Delta; German Club;
121 HULL STREET SINKING SPRING, PA.
"My Mind to me a kingdom isf'
Skull and Bones; Band; Catawba College.
One Humired Five
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GEORGE D. HENRY, JR.
121 SOUTH 8TH STREET READING, PA.
An intensity for living, and a passion for
Pi Tau Beta; Domino Club, President; Glee Club;
CUE; Sigma Tau Delta; International Relations Club;
German Club; French Club; Student Council.
MIRIAM A. HERSHEY
PEERLESS ORCHARDS HAMBURG, PA.
"When she had passed, it seemed like the ceas-
ing of exquisite music?
Phi Beta Mu; Basketball; Tennis; Glee Club; Heo
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One Hundred Six
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MARGARET C. HOLLENBACH
348 WEST DOUGLASS STREET READING, PA,
"She can do most everything and do it well?
LIB ERAL ARTS
Domino Club; Glee Club; Albrightian; CUE; Y. W.
C. A.; International Relations Club; Philosophy Club;
German Club; Sigma Tau Delta.
VIRGINIA ELIZABETH JACKSON
467 AVON AVENUE NEWARK, NEW jERSEY
"I think Nature hath lost the mould
Where she her shape did take?
Phi Beta Mu; Alchemists; Heo Club.
One Hundred Seven
18 4.467 -:
THOMAS B. JOHNSON
15 SECOND STREET TOWANDA, PA.
uA ruddy drop of manly blood
The surging sea outweighs?
Alpha Pi Omega; Football; Alchemists,
PHYLLIS I. N. KALTREIDER
RED LION, PA.
"And her modest answer and graceful air
Show her wise and good as she is fair."
Domino Club; Glee Club.
One H Imdred Eiglat
MARY E. KLEIN
1125 NORTH 9TH STREET READING, PA.
"And welcome wheresder she went,
A calm and gracious element."
International Relations Club; Day Student's Club.
HAROLD J. KLOPP
1318 NORTH 11TH STREET READING, PA.
"Whose armor is his honest thought
And simple truth his utmost skill!"
Clarence D. Becker Prize.
One Hundred Nine
MARJORIE E. LEBO
218 SOUTH 16TH STREET
HAfter the verb To Love; 'To Help is the most
beautiful verb in the world."
Pi Alpha Tau; Domino Club; Glee Club; CUE; Y,
W. C. A.; International Relations Club; French Club.
1533 BIRCH STREET READING, PA.
"The liberal are secure alone;
For what we frankly give, forever is our own."
Track; Albrightian; Y. M. C. A.; Financial Outlook
Organization; German Club; Day Student's Club.
One H undred Ten
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DAVID L. LEVAN
12914" PENN AVENUE WYOMISSING, PA.
"He was in logic :1 great critic,
Profoundly skilled in analytic."
Kappa Upsilon Phi; Debating; Domino Club; Tau
Kappa Alpha; International Relations Club; German
Club; Day Student's Club, President; Student Coun-
CHARLES M . MALIN
815 EAST TIOGA STREET PHILADELPHIA, PA.
' He enters into all things with zest and zeal."
Glee Club; Skull and Bones; Band; Kappa Tau Chi;
Y. M. C. A.
One Hmzdred Eleven
HELEN GRACE MARKEY
442 WINDSOR STREET READING, PA.
"Always busy, and always merry,
Always doing her very best."
Domino Club; Alchemists; Heo Club; German Club;
Day Student's Club; Band.
THOMAS A. MCGAVIN
1653 DELAWARE AVENUE WYOMISSING, PA.
"A little nonsense now and then
15 relished by the best of men."
Zeta Omega Epsilon; Domino Club; Alchemists;
Skull and Bones.
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One Hundred Twelve
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WILLIAM L. MCKINNEY
937 6REENWICH STREET READING, m.
. strong in will
To strive, to seek, to find, and not to yield."
Zeta Omega Epsilon; Basketball; junior and Sopho-
more Class, President.
921 HIGHWOOD AVENUE KENHORST, READING, PA.
HAD honest marfs the noblest work of God."
German Club; French Club,
One Hundred Thirteen
GRACE L. MOCK
521 NORTH 25TH STREET PENNSIDE, READING, PA.
uJocund as a field of cowslips.n
LIB ERAL ARTS
Glee Club; French Club.
1023 TERRACE AVENUE WYOMISSING, PA.
"My heart is ever at your service."
BUSINESS ADMIN ISTRATION
Kappa Upsilon Phi; Basketball; Track; Albrightian;
German Club; Band.
One Hundred Fourteen
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JACK J. MUNLEY
149 MOOSIC STREET jESSUP, PA.
"Not a sinner, nor a saint perhaps,
But, well, just the very best of chaps."
Kappa Upsilon Phi; Football; Track.
334 WEST CENTRE STREET MAHANOY CITY, PA.
"A clear fire, 21 clean hearth, and the rigour of
Zeta Omega Epsilon; Football; Basketball; Track.
One H undred Fifteen
DOVER, NEW JERSEY
116 LINCOLN AVENUE
"He seen his duty, 21 dead-sure thing
And went for it that and then."
Alpha Pi Omega; Football; Track; Alchemists,
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MARION J. PLUMMER
413 SOUTH 5TH AVENUE WEST READING PA.
"The hand that hath made you fair hath made
Pi Alpha Tau; Domino Club; Albrightian; CUE;
Sigma Tau Delta; French Club
One Hundred Sixteen
176 ROLAND AVENUE WILKES-BARRE, PA.
"F11 do the best that do I may
While I have power to stand?
Zeta Omega Epsilon; Football; Baseball.
LOIS THELMA REBERT
1157 WEST KING STREET YORK, PA.
"Howefr it be, it seems to me
'Tis only noble to be good."
Phi Beta Mu; Y. W. C. A.; Sigma Tau Delta; Inter-
national Relations Club; French Club.
One Hundred Seventeen
STANLEY J. ROZANSKI
334 WEST MAIN STREET
"A friend may well be reckoned the master-
Piece of nature."
Kappa Upsilon Phi; Alchemists; Skull and Bones.
ROLLIN T. REINER
"I am content with what I have,
Little be it or much."
Pi Tau Beta; Glee Club; Y. M. C. A.; Kappa Tau
Chi; International Relations Club; Band.
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One Hundred Eighteen
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MARVIN H. RUNNER
1.211178 Locusr STREET JERSEY SHORE, m.
7Studious of ease and fond of humble things."
Pi Tau Beta; Glee Club; CUE; Y. M. C. A.; College
Bible Class, President; Kappa Tau Chi; Skull and
VINCEN T A. RUSBOSIN
SOUTH HEIGHTS, PA,
"Manifold his fellowships."
Zeta Omega Epsilon; Football.
One Hundred Nineteen
725 37TH STREET
NORTH BERGEN, NEW jERSEY
"Nature did her so much right,
As she scorns the help of Art."
Phi Beta Mu; German Club.
MARGARET E. SAVIDGE
314 WEST BROAD STREET HAZLETON, PA.
"Happy am I; from care Ilm free;
Why aren't they all contented like me ?"
Basketball; Baseball; Y. W. C. A.; Alchemists; Skull
ahd Bones; Band; Orchestra.
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One Hundred Twemy
, A-m:.,:rf X, hrr'lri'iV 913:1 l3,.g
7 WEST 35TH STREET REIFFTON, PA.
'tI prefer to be rather than to seem to be."
BUSINESS AD MINISTRATION
Kappa Upsilon Phi; Financial Outlook Organization.
M. LEONARD SHEFFER
62 MEADVILLE PIKE FRANKLIN, PA,
"He was a verray parfit, gentle knight."
Pi Tau Beta; Basketball; Baseball; Y. M. C. A.; A1-
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One Hundred TwenIy-one
EMMA B. SHENK
721 GORDON STREET READING, PA.
uTo know her is to love her."
Pi Alpha Tau; Domino Club; Y. W. C. A.; German
THELMA CLARICE SHIMP
53 PARK AVENUE EPHRATA, PA.
"The tolerance and equity of light?
Heo Club; Day Studenfs Club.
One Hundred Twenty-twa
RAYMON D L. SHUGARD
210 EAST LINCOLN AVENUE ROSELLE PARK, N. j.
uA good nature is always a great attribute."
Zeta Omega Epsilon; Financial Outlook Organiza-
tion; Football; Baseball.
39 NORTH 10TH STREET EASTON, FA.
"Youth is such a lovely thing."
Pi Alpha Tau; Basketball; Heo Club.
MYRTLE L. STEGMAN
1113 CHESTNUT STREET READING, PA.
"Wit, pathos, poetry are there?
Phi Beta Mu; Domino Club; Albrightian; Sigma Tau
Delta; German Club.
RAYMOND L. SPATZ
112 SOUTH 6TH AVENUE WEST READING, PA.
"I think he would not wish himself anywhere
but where he is."
Zeta Omega Epsilon; Domino Club; Alchemists;
Skull and Bones; French Club.
One Hundred Twenty-four
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ELEANOR J. TROUTMAN
518 OLEY STREET READING, PA.
"A face with gladness overspread!
Soft smiles, by human kindness bred!"
Pi Alpha Tau; Domino Club; Glee Club; Skull and
Bones; German Club,
RICHARD K. WALTON
1426 PALM STREET READING, PA.
uA fellow of plain and uncoined honesty."
Pi Tau Beta; Tennis; Y. M. C. A.; Alchemists; Band;
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One Hundred Twenly-hle
127V; EAST MAIN STREET
LOCK HAVEN, PA.
uIs this that haughty gallant, gay Lothario ?"
Alpha Pi Omega; Business Administration Club.
KATHRYN V. WANNER
249 FAIRFIELD AVENUE jOHNSTOWN, PA.
uShe has a voice of gladness, and a smile
And eloquence of beauty."
University of Pittsburgh; American Chapter of Delta
One Hundred TwenIy-Jix
JEAN L. WEISSINGER
135 WEST WINDSOR STREET READING, PA,
A quiet soul is often a great blessing."
Ll B ERAL ARTS
International Relations Club; German Club.
412 NORTH 10TH STREET READING, PA.
"N0 coward soul is mine."
Zeta Omega Epsilon; Football; Track.
One Hundred Twenly-Jeven
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J. HAROLD WINTERHALTER
R. D. NO. 2 BIRDSBORO, PA.
"Men of few words are the best men."
Alchemists; German Club; Day Student's Club.
CARL J. YODER
WEST HAMBURG, PA.
"True as the needle to the pole, or as the dial
to the sun."
Pi Tau Beta; Y. M. C. A.; Alchemists; French Club.
One Hundred Twenty-eiglyt
V 412 114-8
E. RICHARD ZIEGENFUSS
105 PERKASIE AVENUE WEST LAWN, PA.
"A man he seemed of cheerful yesterdays
And confldent tomorrows."
Alpha Pi Omega; Football; Domino Club; Glee Club;
Y. M. C. A.; Alchemists; Skull and Bones; German
One H Imdred Twenty-nine
ALLEN, WAYNE HARDING
736 South Main Street, Athens, Pa.
ARNOLD, HARRY E.
11 South High Street, Mechanicsburg, Pa.
BAKER, MARY ELIZABETH
192 Freeman Street, Woodbridge, N. J.
213 South 16th Street, Reading, Pa.
BENTZ, W. JEROME
1547 West Princess Street, York, Pa.
9 Drew Street, Port Chester, N. Y.
BERTOLET, S. MARIE
1013 Chestnut Street, Reading, Pa.
BITLER, OLGA E.
407 East First Street, Birdsboro, Pa.
BITTENBENDER, MARION V.
R. D. 1, Mt. Bethel, Pa,
BITTING, HARRY G.
4 Northfield Road, Wyomissing Hills, Pa.
BLACKMORE, DONALD J,
1341 Monsey Avenue, Scranton, Pa.
BOARDMAN, JOHN R.
R. D. 2, Birdsboro, Pa.
BOLAND, CLEMENT RICHARD
2628 Perkiomen Avenue, Mt. Penn,
BOMGARDNER, JEAN M.
400 Chestnut Street, West Reading, Pa.
BOTTONARI, WILLIAM V.
927 McKean Avenue, Donora, Pa.
BOYER, OLEN M.
R. D. 1, Tamaqua, Pu.
BRANT, NATALIE J.
476 West Patriot Street, Somerset, Pa.
12 Central Street, Haverhill, Mass.
BREEN, jAMES E.
416 Walnut Street, Roselle Park, N. J.
38 Arlington Street, Reading, Pa.
BUCK, HARRY M., JR.
640 Market Street, Williamsport, Pa.
BUXTON, DONALD E,
1407 Linden Street, Allentown, Pa.
1010 Mylert Street, Jessup, Pa.
CONNER, ROY R.
512 Locust Street, Reading, Pa.
2727 Hillside Avenue, Vlilliamsport, Pa.
DENNER, JEROME H.
1510 North 12th Street, Reading, Pa.
DE SUK, MARIE F.
279 Mt. Prospect Avenue, Newark, N. J.
Glen Rock, Pa.
DUTZER, MICHAEL J.
229 Lower Askam, Wilkes-Barre, Pa.
165 Hudson Street, Reading, Pa.
FRIEDERICKS, CARL WM.
629 North 13th Street, Reading, Pa.
738 Gordon Street, Reading, Pa.
FYE, VERNA H.
924 Jefferson Avenue, Portage, Pa.
115 Putnam Street, Scranton, Pa.
4 Duplan Manor, Kingston, Pa.
One H undred Thirty
313 South 6th Street, Reading, Pa.
908 Washington Street, Reading, Pa.
42 Dock Street, Schuylkill Haven, Pa.
1725 Oliver Street, Reading, Pa.
GULICK, WM. CARROLL
Blooming Glen, Pa.
508 Elsie Street, Shillington, Pa.
423 Center Street, Millersburg, Pa.
HAUPT, JANE LOUISE
2035 Penn Avenue, West Lawn, Pa.
439 Walnut Street, Denver, Pa.
6 Penn Mawr Court, Mt. Penn, Reading, Pa.
735 State Street, Camden, N. J.
520 East Second Street, Birdsboro, Pa.
2335 Highland Street, West Lawn, Pa.
KITZMILLER, JANET S.
19 Morwood Avenue, West Lawn, Pa.
310 Arlington Street, Tamaqua, Pa.
1033 Birkbeck Street, Freeland, Pa.
LAUCKS, GERALD J.
130 North Charles Street, Red Lion, Pa.
LEVAN, MARY E.
R. 4 Almond Road, Vineland, Pa.
923 Hamilton Place, Wyomissing, Pa.
Pelham Biltmore Apartments, Pelham Manor,
1031 North 12th Street, Reading, Pa.
MCKAY, ARTHUR R.
111-10 103 Avenue, Richmond Hill, New
York, N. Y.
546 North 9th Street, Reading, Pa.
MICHAELS, PAUL J.
716 North Washington Avenue, Dunellen,
MIESSE, C. CHARLES
31 East Union Street, Bethlehem, Pa.
335 Central Avenue, Souderton, P21.
506 Sycamore Road, West Reading, Pa.
242 South Tamaqua Street, McAdoo, Pa.
POMEROY, JAMES C.
1225 Dauphin Avenue, Wyomissing, Pa.
347 Main Street, Archbald, Pa.
1210 Robeson Street, Reading, Pa.
ROTHERMEL, HELEN JANE
2400 Kutztown Road, Reading, Pa.
SCHLEGEL, PAUL W.
R. D. 1, Fleetwood, Pa.
SCHOENER, ELIZABETH V.
2524 Clineland Avenue, West Lawn, Pa.
SEHL, SAMUEL S.
20 Richmond Street, Fleetwood, Pa.
SEKULSKI, LEO MICHAEL
1422 North Front Street, Sunbury, Pa.
18 North Main Street, Fleetwood, Pa.
1513 Palm Avenue, Reading, Pa.
145 North Railroad Street, Palmyra, Pa.
9650 10th Street, Newark, N. J.
SPATZ, DANIEL A.
539 North 8th Street, Selinsgrove, Pa.
R. D. 1, Newport, Pa.
14 Perkasie Avenue, West Lawn, Pa.
STOUT, KENNETH L.
400 Park Avenue, Reading, P21.
2218 Reading Avenue, West Lawn, Pa.
SWETT, RAYMOND E., JR.
39 Hawthorne Place, Manhasset, N. Y.
TAYLOR, KATHARINE S.
516 East Main Street, Moorestown, N. J.
11209 109 Avenue, Ozone Park, New York,
WARD, MARY JANE
337 Miller Street, Reading, Pa.
WERLEY, CHARLES W.
1330 North 13th Street, Reading, Pa.
WERNER, HAROLD M.
109 South Robeson Street, Robesonia, Pa.
Beaver Falls, N. Y.
WITMER, WOODROW W.
1622 Market Street, Harrisburg P21.
247 North Front Street, Reading, Pa.
1246 Eastern Parkway, Brooklyn, N. Y.
312 Second Street, Towanda, Pa.
ZAFFIRO, MARIE RITA
422 South 4th Street, Reading, Pa.
ZIEBER, DOROTHY K.
1106 North 9th Street, Reading, Pa.
ZIMMERMAN, THOMAS S.
109 Walnut Street, Lebanon, Pa.
One H zmdred Tlairty-mze
501 East lst Street, Birdsboro, Pa.
1209 Robeson StreeL Reading, Pa.
356 Spring Street, Reading, Pa.
145 Park Avenue. Ephratm Pa.
BAST, WILLIAM O.
814 North 11th Street, Reading, Pa.
117 West Main Street, Palmyrm Pa.
BELMONT. JOAN '
30 Orchard Street, Cos Cob, Conn.
BENNETT. ROBERT C.
R. D1 2. Coming. N. Y.
1529 Birch Street, Reading. Pa.
1501 Hill Road, Reading, Pa.
309 East Second Street, Birdsboro, Pa.
525 Nurth Seventh Street, Lebanon Pu.
BROWN7 LYNN H.
522 Wyoming Avenue, Moosic, P21.
CARLS. PAUL S.
Main Street, Nuremberg, Pa.
19 West Third Street, Lewistown, Pa.
DAVIS, ROBERT W.
5 East Elm Street, Shillington, Pa.
53 Howard Street, West Lawn, Pa.
627 Pine Street. Reading, Pa.
1007 Spruce Street, Kulpmont, Pa.
DERR, HERBERT K.
4440 Kutztown Road. Templa P11.
900 Chandler Avenue, Roselle, N. J.
1178 Wells Place, Stratford, Conn.
729 Moss Street, Reading. Pa.
1 Bennett Avenue, Binghamton, N. Y.
27 St. Peter Street, Schuylkill Haven, Pa.
99 Hudson Avenue, Ridgef3eld Park, N. J.
2405 Nobel Street, West Lawn, Pa.
1019 North 11th Street, Reading, Pa.
R. D. 3, Tamaqua, Pa.
331 Pear Street, Reading, Pa.
1410 North 11th Street, Reading, Pa.
319 Washington Street, Tamaqua, Pa.
339 Brunduge Street, Peckvillc, Pa.
777 South Main Street, Cranbury, N. j,
516 Elsie Street, Shillington, Pa.
214 West Market Street. Lewistuwn, Pa.
550 Cameron Avenue, Milton, Pa.
Port Clinton, Pa.
106 West Main Street, Adamstuwn, Pa.
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106 Spruce Street, Alumna. Pa.
828 North 12th Street, Reading, Pa.
605 Eisenbrown Street, Reading, Pa.
73-32 179th Street, Flushing, L. 1., N. Y.
936 Oley Street, Reading. P21.
HOUCK, MARY LOU
34 South 4th Street, Reading, P11.
359 East Jersey Street, Elizabeth, N. J.
2338 Perkiomen Avenue, Reading, Pa.
735 East 45th Street, Brooklyn, N. Y.
1410 North 13th Street, Reading, P21.
213 Jackson Street, Olyphant, Pa.
11 East Main Street, Windsor, Pa.
38 North Sterley Street, Shillington, Pa.
LEINBACH, PAUL H.
2255 Perkiomen Avenue, Mt. Penn. P11.
909 South Railroad Street, Portage, Pa.
546 West 20th Street, Hazleton, P21.
133 Myrtle Avenue, Boonton, N. J.
15 Lake Road, Morristown, N. J.
1323 Green Street, Reading, Pu.
2 Lance Hill, Plymouth, Pu.
MORRIS, EVERETT E.
Fawn Grove, Pa.
596 Penn Avenue, Sinking Spring, Pa.
123 West Second Ave., S. WHlliamsport, Pa.
R. D. 3, Warren, Ohio
6449 North Broad Street, Philadelphia, Pa.
242 South Tamaqua Street, McAdoo. Pal.
515 West Second Street, Birdsboro, Pa.
1907 Perkiomen Avenue, Reading, Pa.
812 Gordon Street, Reading, Pa.
1312 Buttonwood Street, Reading, Pa.
1606 Olive Street, Reading, P21.
322 Carsonia Avenue, Mt. Penn. Reading, P21.
939 North 3rd Street, Reading, Pa.
658 Penn Street, Reading, Pa.
1418 Locust Street, Jersey Shore, Pa.
522 East Jersey Street, Elizabeth, N. J.
221 Park Street, Mt. Carmel, Pa.
5 Los Robles Court, Pennside, Reading, Pa.
2454 Filbert Street, Mt. Penn, Reading, Pa.
R. D. 2, Sinking Spring, Pa.
4 Marion StreeL Warren, Pa.
521 North Front Street, Reading, Pa.
1623 North 11th Street, Reading, Pa.
72?: Fairmont Avenue, Cumberland, Md.
112 South 6th Avenue, West Reading, Pa.
730 North 11th Street, Reading Pa.
51 Eldred Street, Williamsport, PA.
339 Spring Street, Reading, P21.
22 Feeder Avenue, Lewistown, Pa.
2218 Reading Avenue, West Reading, Pa.
517 Weiser Street, Reading, Pa.
738 North 11th Street, Reading, Pa.
1624 Delaware Avenue, Wyomissing, Pa.
503 South Franklin St, Watkins Glen, N, Y.
285 Market Street, Shumukin, P21.
508 Center Street, Freeland, Pa.
128 Buttonwood Street, Reading, Pa.
228 South 11th Street, Reading, Pa.
103 Roselle Avenue, Roselle Park, N. J.
51 North 10th Street, Reading, Pa.
753 Jefferson Avenue, Jermyn, Pa.
1061 Commonwealth Boulevard, Reading, Pa.
23 Dock Street, Schuylkill Haven, Pa.
959 Main Street, Pawtucket, R. I.
145 Monroe Avenue, West Hazleton, Pa.
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THE ROARING LIONS
To their opponents our football lions
were always a tough, hard-to-beat ball
club, presenting a hard charging brist-
ling line sparked by a high-stepping,
shifty backfleld and were a continual
headache to opposing coaches. But to
the men and women with whom they
went to school they were a happy bunch
of fun-loving boys, friends, students,
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1939 FOOTBALL RECORD
Oct. 6 Gettysburg ......... Hershey
Oct. 14 Bucknell ............ Away
Oct. 21 Moravian ........... Home
Oct. 28 Upsala ............. Home
Nov. 4- West Chester ........ Home
Nov. 11 Dickinson .......... Away
Nov. 18 Franklin 8i Marshall . .Away
Nov. 25 Lebanon Valley . . .Hershey
Dec. 2 Muhlenberg ......... Home
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HARRIS DIETZ HORN
BULLETS CONQUER LIONS IN OPENER, 6-0
Getting off to a bad start, Albrightk jittery squad lost a tough opener
under the Hershey stadium arc lights to the Gettysburg Bullets by a 6-0 margin.
After overcoming their first half stage fright, Coach Dietis pigskin carriers
turned, what appeared to be a one-sided rout, into a well matched battle. The
Lions dominated the second half, and made one scoring threat when Czaikoski
attempted a field goal from the 28 yard stripe.
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ALBRIGHT HELPLESS AGAINST BISONS
Battling not only the charging Bucknell Bisons but also a stiff wind during
the fn'st quarter, the Albright gridders gave up 15 points Which turned out to
be the only score in the game. The game, played in Memorial Stadium at Lewis-
burg, was all Bucknell with the Dietzmen netting only 48 yards from scrimmage.
BREEN SPARKS 15-6 MORAVIAN WIN
It was a lucky day for Jim Breen, Coach Dietz, and Albright when the
sophomore back was injected into the Moravian clash on Homecoming Day,
October 21. Taking the place of the injured Whitey Quirin, Breen kicked and
passed his teammates to their first win of the year at the expense of the Grey-
hounds from Bethlehem.
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AERIAL ATTACK SWAMPS UPSALA
Turning on all available power the Reading collegians went to town against
Upsalats grid machine, beating the Vikings from New Jersey 26-0. With Jim
Breen behind the control board, the Lions took to the air in their most tertiflc
bombardment of the season. Completing 13 out of 18 passes, they ran up 178
yards through the air, and added 173 on the ground to win.
LIONS COP WEST CHESTER THRILLER 25-19
The Albright Lions put on the pressure in the first three quarters to lead
25-7 With the BreeneKuklis combination working to perfection. In the last
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quarter the Lions did some dangerous coasting as the Lion subs were unable to
check the hard-hghting Teachers Who ran up two touchdowns and threatened
a third as the fmal whistle blew.
DICKINSON PLOWED UNDER, 46-14
The Lions continued their Whirlwind offensive and thru the work of
Breen, Soja, Kuklis and Duke completely overwhelmed the Red Devils. The
line showed its alertness as Wiegolinski intercepted a pass and scored.
LIONS EDGED BY F. AND M., 19-16
Unable to check the 76-yard march of the Franklin and Marshall gridders
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in the flnal flve minutes of play on the Lancaster held, the Dietzmen lost a
heartbreaker t0 the Diplomats. After tieing the score in the third period, Bobby
Rettinger booted one between the uprights for three points. Then the Diplo-
mats produced their final drive to win.
ALERTNESS BEATS L. V. C., 40-20
The Lions rebounded from their previous reversal, put on a great show as
they grabbed stray balls, charged hard, and passed often to completely rout
the Dutchmen. Gustitus scored on a recovered fumble, Cohen missed scoring
on an interception by a foot, and the line, in general, had a held day. But
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there was a lot of speed and deception in the Albright offensive as the Dutch-
men were never able to check them.
MULES WIN FINALE, 3-0
The Albright offensive was entirely ineffective as the Mules were able to
connect with a field goal for the second consecutive season and to beat Albright
by that margin. The game was fought out in the mud, and only staunch Albright
resistance at the goal line kept the score where it was.
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With the season well on its way the Lions had yet to show the stuff of a Winning
ball club. Composed mainly of gridiron performers the Albright dtibblers were unable
to adjust themselves to court activity to offer effective league competition in the first
part of the season.
The Lions started the season by defeating Kutztown State Teachers 41-30 in a
rather dull affair. The Lions were then taken in by West Chester Teachers 56-42. The
boys hit their stride the following evening to overwhelm Elizabethtown 60-49. Then in
four successive away games the Albright quintet lost to Ursinus, 45-24, to Franklin and
Marshall, 46-29, to Bucknell, 33-30 in a very close contest, to Villanova 46-34, the best
game they played despite the loss. The boys then came home to lose their second game to
West Chester Teachers, 41-27.
As the CUE goes to press the following games are still to be played:
January 31 Gettysburg Home
February 3 Muhlenberg Away
February 10 Lebanon Valley Home
February 14 Kutztown Teachers Away
February 17 Ursinus Home
February 21 Bucknell Away
February 24 Franklin and Marshall Home
February 28 Lafayette Away
Match 2 Gettysburg Away
March 5 Lebanon Valley Away
March 9 Muhlenberg Home
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Steve Hydock, Capt, Guard
Ray McCrann, Guard
William McKinney, Center, Forward
Ray Thorpe, Center, Guard
Henry Czaikoski, Forward
Paul Petrucka, Forward
Leonard Sheffer, Guard
Burt Aszman, Center
Waldo Eshelman, Gilard
Raymer Kent, Forward
Stanley Kuklis, Forward
Phenomenal to date has been the record crowds despite a losing ball club. Not a
little responsible for this is the basketball being played by the Frosh basketeers who to
date have lost but one game and that one to Villanova. Consisting of three Reading boys,
Shollenberger, Rhodes, and Hopkins; Kane of New Jersey, and Spangler of Maryland,
they have been playing a fast and furious game that has been the delight of the fans.
The Lions played to stiff competition for twenty games, lost to University
of Georgia, University of South Carolina, Davidson, Johns Hopkins, Lehigh,
Rutgers, Franklin and Marshall, Muhlenberg, Catawba, Haverford, Lebanon
Valley, Dickinson, Drexel, and Bucknell, while winning from Catawba, Hamp-
den Sydney, University of Richmond, Upsala, and Susquehanna. The squad
coached by Frank Kready consisted of Co-captains Clifford Raffensperger and
William Mark, Donald Burger, Ray Hain, Vlillis Heisey, Dennis Straw-
bridge, Thomas Zimmerman, and Managers Preston Gillis and Franklin Burch-
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Wrorking under the tutelage of Coach uLone Star" Dietz, the Albright
Tracksters won two and lost one to turn in one of their best track records
in several years. The Lions opened the season by overwhelming Susquehanna
88-36, lost the next meet to St. Josephs 7815-4715, and then coasted in to an
easy victory over Ursinus 68-58.
The schedule for 1940 calls for meets with Dickinson, St. Josephs, and
Eugene Case eCaptaim Tom Johnson
Harold Anderson George Korner
Clem Boland Stan Kuklis
James Breen Paul Michaels
Paul Golis Paul Petruka
Harold Holmes Marshall Popelka
Steve Hydock Ray Thorpe
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Pren'dent LIDA FAIST
Vice-Prexidem MARGARET SAVIDGE
Secretary MARGARET WOLFE
Tremm'er BETTY DIETZ
Farlzlty Advixerx: Mrs. Mosser, Mrs. Smith
The Womenis Athletic Association, composed of all the women of Albright
College, both faculty and students, was organized last fall, and has done much
to stimulate women's athletics on the campus.
Included in the purposes of this association are the provisions for a whole-
some athietic program, the promotion of good sportsmanship, and the main-
tenance of high standards in intra-murai and intercollegiate athletics. Regular
meetings of the association are held once a month.
During the past year a point system was established by which awards will
be given to members. Class numerals will be given for five hundred points, a
letter A for one thousand, a blazer for fifteen hundred, and a gold key for two
thousand points at the end of the senior year. Points may be earned for partici-
pating in any of the activities of the association.
Basketball, hockey, baseball, tennis, swimming, ping pong, hiking, bowling,
and roller-skating were the sports sponsored by this association. Intercollegiate
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basketball games were played with Lebanon Valley, Drexel, and Moravian
colleges. Inter-class and inter-sorority games were also played.
Bowling and swimming were held at the Central "YT In addition, a ping
pong ladder team played in a city league tournament.
The association held an informal Christmas dance in the dining hall in
order to raise money for purchasing of awards for deserving members.
A concession stand at the home basketball games, held at the Northwest
Junior High School, was another of the activities supported by members of the
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BASKETBALL SQUAD 1940
Dorothy Reber June Strawbridge
Joan Belmont Margaret Savidge
Esther Sippel Esther Whitehead
Betty Siegel Miriam Hershey
Caroline Hastings Helen Hain
Mary Levan Marion Hora
Jean Bomgardner Katherine Geib
Evelyn Belmont Coach Mosset
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Tennis for the hrst time in many years was organized by the college and
became the women's sport most actively engaged in intercollegiate competition.
The girls broke even in six matches, losing to Temple, Drexel, and Penn Hall,
while taking the count of Lebanon Valley, Moravian, and West Reading
TENNIS SQUAD 1940
Betty Dietz eCaptaim Jeanette Snyder
Bessie Knen' Olga Bitler
Katherine Geib Mary Etta Filbert
Gayl Harris hManageQ
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Prwident CAROLINE HASTINGS
Vice-Prexidem AUDREY GOODLING
Corresponding Secretary VIRGINIA JACKSON
Remrding Secretary BESSIE KNERR
Treamrer GENE LAU
Faculty Adzziyem' MISS ELDER, MISS FENILI
Louise Eastland Natalie Brant
Mary Lower Olga Bitlet
Margaret Reed Marion Bittenbender
Catherine Buzzard Winifred Demmien
Miriam Hershey Verna Fye
Thelma Rebert Marjorie Frundt
Margaret Schmeelk Elaine Schade
Myrtle Stegman Jeune Shetron
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Jane Louise Haupt
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Phi Delta Sigma Alumnae
The Phi Delta Sigma Alumnae Sorority of Albright College was organ-
ized for the purpose of furthering the interest of its alma mater and of enabling
the alumnae to keep in closer touch with the active student body and with each
other after graduation. Each year a limited number of senior girls are bid to
membership. The president of the organization for the current year is Mrs.
Lena Bertolet Brumbach.
PLEDGES OF 1940
Jane Buttorff Jane Dick
Mary Capallo Virginia Fessler
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Pren'dent DONALD BURGER
Vit e-P7 eJ'ide17l MARSHALL POPELKA
Secretary WOODROW WITMBR
'- Trearm'er THOMAS JOHNSON
Carrejpmzdilzg Secretary ARTHU R MCKAY
Harold Anderson Robert Kline
Dean Allen Stanley Kuklis
Franklin Burchfield Thomas Lubin
William Butscher Steven Plaskonos
Albert Falcone Theodore Soja
Algert Gustitus Thomas Warnagiris
George Hurley William Weaver
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Kappa Ullm'lon PM
Prexidem JOSEPH MORRIS
Vite-Preyz'dem JAMES SNYDER
Secretary WILLIAM BRANDENBURG
Treamrer WALDO ESHELMAN
Steward HENRY CZAIKOSKI
Chaplain EDWARD HALBFOSTER
John Boardman Raymond McCrann
Alan Duke Mario Nicotera
Steven Hydock Stanley Rozanski
Charles Klein Paul Schlegel
David Levan Samuel Sehl
Paul Michaels Leo Sekulski
Carl Mogel John Sharp
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Pi Tau Beta
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Zeta Omega Epyzlon
Praridezzt RAYMOND THORPE
Vice-Prexident JOHN ROBSON
Secretary PAUL PETRUCKA
Trmmrer RAYMOND SHUGARD
Chaplain VINCENT RUSBOSIN
Paul Di Blasi
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Student Council Repreyeutatiz'e
Joseph Brand, Jr.
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Roy L. Sharman
Thomas Smythe, Jr.
W. Reed Teitsworth
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Pi Gamma Mu
Prexident PAUL GOLIs
Vice-Prejidem JANE BUTTORFF
Secretary-Treamrer DR. HAMILTON
In 1928 the Pennsylvania Zeta Chapter of the National Social Science
Fraternity, Pi Gamma Mu, was established at Albright College. A limited
number of Juniors and Seniors, having done high quality work in not less than
twenty hours of the social sciences are elected to membership each year and are
granted the privilege of wearing the Pi Gamma Mu key. This organization
holds monthly meetings and includes an annual initiation banquet in its
program of activities.
Mary Capallo Jane Dick Mrs. Winifred Hunter
Alfred Comstock Ada Gossler Louise Keller
Fmtrej i7z Factlllale
Lewis Briner John C. Evans Marcus H. Green Clarence A. Horn
H. Leroy Brininger Esther R. Fenili Morris S. Greth A. Roger Kratz
Henry G. Buckwalter Milton G. Geil Milton W. Hamilton Wilson I. Millet
Lewis E. Smith George W. Walton Virgil C. Zener
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Prejidem ADA GOSSLER
Vice-Prexident GENE LAU
Sen'elary-Tlrealm'er MARGARET HOLLENBACH
The Rho Beta Chapter of Sigma Tau Delta, National Honorary English
- Fraternity, was founded at Albright College in 1928. English majors of good
character, scholarship, and general promise compose its membership. The
encouragement of worthwhile reading, the promotion of mastery in written
expression, and the fostering of a spirit of good fellowship among teachers
and students of the English language and literature, formulate the purpose of
Alfred Comstock Elden Spangler Marion Plummet
Betty Dietz George Henry Thelma Rebert
Louise Eastland Robert Gerhart Myrtle Stegman
Jeanette Snyder Betty Ebbert
Faculty IMemberJ: Dr. Douds, Miss Garlach, Miss Shaffer, Robert Work,
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Prexident LOUISE EASTLAND
Vire-Prexident MARGARET SAVIDGE
Secretary ESTHER GINGRICH
T reamrer MARY DUNLAP
Day Student Reprejenlalive MARJORIE LEBO
The Young Women's Christian Association fosters a wholesome religious
atmosphere on campus and provides a program of religious activities which
enable campus women to lead a normal Christian life while at college. This
association holds weekly meetings, aids new students in their adjustment,
secures speakers for fireside hours and open forums, carries on a project in the
field of social welfare, and in collaboration with the Y. M. C. A. attempts to
improve student life in general.
Betty Ebbert Margaret Hollenbach
Lida Faist Mary K. McCreary
Verna Fye Thelma Rebett
Audrey Goodling Margaret Reed
Faculty Adviser: Miss Shaffer
One H Imdred Sixly-eiglaz
Prexidezzt ALAN DUKE
Vice-Pren'dem MARVIN RUNNER
Secretary GEORGE EPPEHEIMER
Treamrer WILLIAM BUTSCHER
The Young Melfs Christian Association is the leading spiritual guide for
the men of Albright College and fulfills its purpose by responding to the needs
of the students through Christian fellowship. Together with the Y. W. C. A.,
the Y. M. C. A. Cabinet sponsors programs for the Week of Religious Emphasis,
the Sunday Vesper services, fireside hours, and open forum discussions.
Paul Ackert William Butscher William Hostettet Marvin Runner
Dean Allen Alfred Comstock Charles Miesse Raymond Thorpe
Jerome Bentz Stanford Dickey David McCleery Richard Walton
Frederick Bertolet George Eppeheimer Arthur McKay Charles Weslager
Harry Buck Paul Golis Luke Rau Woodrow Witmer
Donald Burger Alan Hamilton Rollin Reiner Richard Ziegenfuss
Faculty Advixer: Dr. Gingrich
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Editor-iiz-Claief ADA E. GOSSLER
Managing Editor ROBERT R. GERHART, JR.
Bzm'nen Manager ROBERT KLINE
Adverzitz'ng Managea- FRANKLIN BURCHFIELD
The Albrightian, the news organ of the student body, stimulates and
expresses student opinion, affords faculty members and students recognition
for outstanding work, and provides entertainment with its feature columns.
Through its pages alumni and friends of the college are also informed concern-
ing campus activities.
Jane Buttorff Margaret Hollenbach Myrtle Stegman Mary Jane Ward
Betty Dietz William Hostetter Harry Arnold Ellen Witmoyer
Alan Duke Mary Capallo William Bottonati Dorothy Zieber
Lida Faist Alfred Comstock Marjorie Frundt Mary Heckman
Louise Keller Betty Ebbert Theodore Lunine john Hertz
Jeanette Snyder Carl Mogel Arthur McKay Dorothy Reber
Patul Ackert Marion Plummet Seymour Mendelsohn Patricia Smith
One Hundred Seventy
The Alchemist Club, composed of students interested in chemistry, is an
honorary society whose members are eligible for junior membership in the
Reading Chemists Club. These two organizations hold joint meetings and
engage speakers well-known in the field of chemistry to present constructive
information on the advances in the field of chemistry.
Mary Etta Filbert
Mary Jane Stetler
Mary Ellen Frye
Winifred Demmien Steve Plaskonos
One Hundred Seventy-one
Under the able coaching of Dr. John B. Douds, the Albright College
Debate Squad engaged in a strenuous series of intercollegiate debates. The
questions debated were, "Resolved: That the basic blame for the European war
rests with the Allied Powers? and "Resolved: That the United States should
adopt a policy of isolation toward all nations engaged in civil or international
conflict outside the Western Hemisphere." The Oregon tcross-examinationl
style was used in a majority of the debates.
The high spot of the season was a southern tour, during which teams from
Loyola College, American University, the College of William and Mary, and
Virginia Union University were debated. The following colleges were also met
in debate: Franklin and Marshall College, Hofstra College, Kutztown State
Teachers College, Lehigh University, Moravian College, Rutgers University,
Temple University, Ursinus College, and Western Maryland College.
THE DEBATE SQUAD
Paul Golis tMgr.l William Bottonari Seymour Mendelsohn
David Levan Verna Fye Charles Miesse
Olga Bitler Theodore Lunine Dennis Strawbridge
Donald Blackmore Arthur McKay John Hertz
Coach: John B. Douds
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Prwidem GEORGE HENRY
Vice-Presidem JANE BUTTORFF
Secrelary ADA GOSSLER
Treamrer ARTHUR MCKAY
The Domino Club aims to present excellent drama on campus and to
foster an appreciation of the literature of the theatre. Members of the Domino
Club present at least four major productions each year, and through workshop
productions interested students are given the opportunity to increase their
proflciency in various phases of dramatics. The club makes many cultural con-
tributions to student life by sponsoring campus appearances of prominent
actors and lecturers.
Mary Capallo Dean Allen Marion Plummet Dorothy Gaul
Jane Dick Arthur Faust Elden Spangler Gayl Harris
Betty Dietz Margaret Hollenbach Myrtle Stegman Jane Louise Haupt
Mary Dunlap Phyllis Kaltreider Eleanor Troutman Betty Jones
Evelyn Goyne Marjorie Lebo Richard Ziegenfuss Thelma Lurcott
Mary Grein David Levan Harry Arnold Charles Miesse
Louise Keller Thomas McGavin William Bottonari Betty Siegel
Edith Keys Helen Markey Jerome Denner Harold Werner
Family Adz!i;ez:r: Robert L. Work, Ernestine Elder
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EMHCMI Outlook Organization
Prmident VINCENT O'GOREK
Vire-Pv'ejideizt WILLIAM OGAN
Secretary THELMA LURCOTT
Treamrer RAYMOND SHUGARD
The Financial Outlook Organization is composed of all business students.
The club aims to stimulate a Wider interest in the business world and to promote
fellowship among business students. Through cooperation with the Business
Administration Department, the organization conducts fleld trips to various
business houses and plants, and secures special speakers for its monthly meetings.
Harold Anderson Donald Blackmore Elizabeth Jones William Demidovich
Burton Aszman Ruth Ennis Robert Kingkinget Dennis Ertel
Mark Boyer Waldo Eshelman Gerald Laucks George Evans
Franklin Burchfleld Theodore Kobrin Thomas Lubin Gerald Felter
Aaron Fisher James Sharp James Pomeroy Victor Gigli
Harvey Greiss Rodney Weaver Paul Schlegel James Harpster
Steve Hydock Harry Bitting Samuel Sehl George Horn
Robert Kline Samuel Coccodrilli Raymond Spatz Julian Katz
Raymond McCrann Marie De Suk Robert Starr John Killiany
Joseph Morris Robert Gansel Raymond Swett Wash Maholick
Thomas Warnagiris Robert Giamotti Joan Belmont Walter Melick
Robert Richards William Spangler Donald Spatz
Famlty Advirelur: Professor Evans, Professor Buckwalter
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Pren'dem RUTH STRATTON
Vire-Prexz'denr GENE LAU
Secretary JANE BUTTORFF
Treamrer ROBERT WORK
All students of French are eligible for membership in the French Club.
At its monthly meetings this club provides an opportunity for the interested
students to promote a general interest in the culture, language, and customs
of the French speaking countries. Members of the club present annually 21 Play
in French, and sponsor a French m0v1e.
Harry Arnold Phyllis Galinas Louise Keller
Christos Bratiotis Ada Gossler Marjorie Lebo
Jane Dick Gayl Harris Grace Mock
Marjorie Frundt Evelyn Heller Mary K. McCreary
George Henry Marion Plummet
Family Advixer: Miss Garlach
One Hundred Sezlemy-hve
German C lub
Prexidem DONALD BURGER
Vice-PrexideM MARGARET HOLLENBACH
Secretary ESTHER GINGRICH
Treamrer RUTH ENNIS
The purpose of the German Club is to promote more interest in German
culture, music, and art, and its membership includes all students of the German
language. Annually the club presents a German Christmas play as well as a
play on "Fassnacht Day." Frequent outings are held by the organization.
Charles Miesse Emma Shenk Carl Friedericks
Aloysius Meinberget Myrtle Stegman Harold Werner
William Hostetter Eleanor Troutman Dennis Strawbridge
Faculty Advixer: Dr. Memming
One Hundred Seventy-Jix
Preyident AUDREY GOODLING
Vice-Prexidem CAROLINE HASTINGS
Secretary VIRGINIA JACKSON
Tremztrer EVELYN BELMONT
Girls interested in the field of Home Economics are members of the Heo
Club. Talks and demonstrations are presented at the group meetings both by
speakers representing the various specialized phases of Home Economics and
by members of the group. Several social activities are included in the program
of the Heo Club. Its members cooperate each year in sending baskets to the
needy at Thanksgiving and Christmas.
Mary Jane Stetler
Marjorie Sherman Katherine Taylor
Jeune Shetton Elva Weaver
Mary Etta Filbert
Faculty Advimr: Miss Innis
One H zmdred SENEIZIJ'-.re!fell
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Pren'dem ALFRED COMSTOCK
Vice-Prexidezzt VICTOR KATEN
Secretary THELMA REBERT
Treamrer ROLLIN REINER
Faculty Advixer DR. MILTON HAMILTON
Afliliated with the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, the
International Relations Club meets fortnightly for discussions of problems of
international relations. Notable speakers from the community or nearby cities
are secured to speak upon topics of interest at these meetings.
Paul Ackert Paul Golis Mary K. McCreary
Marie Bertolet Edward Halbfoster Arthur McKay
Jean Bomgardner George Henry Seymour Mendelsohn
William Bottonari Margaret Hollenbach Margaret Reed
Christos Bratiotis Mrs. Winifred Hunter Mary Jane Ward
Jane Buttorff Mary Klein Jean Weissinger
Louise Eastland Marjorie Lebo Woodrow Witmer
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Prelident GEORGE BINGAMAN
Vice-Prexident MARVIN RUNNER
Secretary ROLLIN REINER
Tremltrer DAVID MCCLEERY
Formerly known as the Oxford Fellowship, Kappa Tau Chi is an organ-
ization for all pre-theological students on campus. Problems and themes relating
to the field of the ministry and its work are discussed at monthly meetings by
special speakers and lecturers of this field.
Paul Ackert George Eppeheimer Thomas Smythe
Dean Allen Alan Hamilton Kenneth Stout
Harry Buck Charles Malin Charles Weslager
Ardo Carmitchell Luke Rau Woodrow Witmer
Pamlty Advixer: Dr. Zens:
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Prexident ALAN HAMILTON
Vice-Prexidem ELLSWORTH SNODDY
Setremry-Tremm'm' LOUISE EASTLAND
Membership in the Philosophy Club is limited to students of the Philosophy
Department with high scholastic standing. Meetings are held twice monthly
When papers are presented by various members on subjects of current philosophic
or religious interest. The Philosophy Club aims to promote a general interest
in philosophy on the campus.
George Bingaman Margaret Hollenbach
Alan Duke Mrs. Winifred Hunter
Family Advijer: Dr. Greth
One Hundred Eighty
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President WILLIAM BUTSCHER
Vice-Pre.rident MARTIN EPSTEIN
Secretary-Treczym'er BESSIE KNERR
Upon the recommendation of the head of the Biology Department, students
majoring in biology are eligible for membership in the Skull and Bones Society.
Papers on different fields of biology are presented by senior members at monthly
meetings of the group. This society presents a general interest in biology and
secures prominent men in the field of medicine and biology to speak to the group.
Mildred Angstadt Arthur Faust Thomas Johnson Richard Reinsel
Cathefine Buzzard Adele Ferguson Mary Lower Stanley Rozanski
Gustave Cohen Mary Etta Filbert Charles Malin Marvin Runner
Roy Conner Benjamin Funk Thomas McGavin Mervin Salup
Fern Dentith Catherine Gasche William McKinney Margaret Savidge
Howard Diamond Carroll Gulick Annemarie Nix Raymond Spatz
Stanford Dickey Emerson Hoppes Jane Reed Eleanor Troutman
Albert Falcone Janet Horn Margaret Reed John Williams
Faculty Advixemx Dr. Horn, Prof. Green, Dean Walton
One Hundred Eighty-one
Women? Glee Club
The Women's Glee Club offers a Program of sacred and secular music.
Membership in the club is limited to women students who have an interest in
music and chorus work. During the past year the club sang at several churches
in Reading and its vicinity, and presented programs at school functions.
Mary Dunlap Mgt
Mary Etta Filbert
Dirertor: Professor Duddy
One H undred Eigny-two
Manic Glee Club
The Men's Glee Club offers an excellent opportunity for men students
to attain actual experience in chorus work as well as to cultivate an appreciation
for good music. Each year the club presents concerts throughout Pennsylvania
and the neighboring states, and sings at school functions.
Paul Ackert Mng Charles Malin
Dean Allen Arthur McKay
William Bottonari Carl Osenbach
Donald Buxton Lew-is Pearce
Albert Falcone Eugene Pierce
Carroll Gulick Rollin Reiner
George Henry Olin Shirey
Robert Kline Elden Spangler
Donald Leman Alfred Thergesen
Director: Professor Duddy
One Hundred Eiglyty-tlnee
During the past year the Albright College band was an organization which
made an especially good showing. However, the band was only maintained
until the end of football season. In addition to playing at all the home football
games, the, band appeared as guests at several public functions in Reading.
One Hundred Eiglaly-fom'
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Under the direction of Hans N ix, the newly organized Albright Symphony
Orchestra made a fine showing this year. In addition to playing for several
school banquets, the orchestra played for a few oH-campus functions.
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