Alfred University - Kanakadea Yearbook (Alfred, NY)

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M I 4 W fig? W WANZFMQFMHJEH DMDU5 PHH .U5lHlE 6iXlR'1INMH,H:W T FZMFREUDLIHMHWEREHTYFEWIR ll'5iEIHli'REllULV1EHIR1l,M?lEA5A5M1 EWMXLMXETEIRZEAIXIIDMEHHEWE IH 'TLHIE IWUIRP SEE IEH? TMZMINEIRHTWE MERITS IEIIFTIHIE, EJHUNHEIR LZHJE5 Q STIIDERIT IIH Y A I - - " g c- ' ' T ig I --.--1 , I X -- W 1-I .s ' S. . :- -- E 'ei ,. I .E 55 E PRINTED 1915 2 E Q E 5 E 2.3 BY THE Q 5 53 JUNIOR CLASS OF ALFRED UNIVERSITY 2 " 3 EQ E N ' 5 E ? ff l E 2 2 i 5 T E 2 Price 81. 75 Postpaid 82.00 I EE ' gf- - E Address E 1 E FORD B. BARNARD, Business Manager, Q 1 ALFRED, N. Y. 5 E 0 ' E' i 3' Z R f i V w f' 3 PRESS OF Q21 g2 THE FULLER-DAv1s CORPORATION 5 BELMONT, N. Y. .,5 .VE 'T F' ' : " 4 . O - - f E25 ' mm ' .,. . -.wil E A . ' 4 MQ E 1 5 H -' p f 'gf--il my ,iw ' R ' 'lfk' EnwW5f7iia'- E 'J l f F-T:1Z"' Na..' 121fv ' - " x if-O' -4.5.8 "' " S '-X ' Zilla' .., ,ff X , E - Eur --R W :W ,- Q 2.5--... ,h 1 HIM " R' N i x Z o 'tg ' Q 4 ... - ? if T-Qig.lffQ4 U, .Q-at . N- x Q V 1 3 E A 'f ft '- fv ' .. 1. ' I 5 il 3, 1 'I I J -'4 pq' X' ,uh ll I .A , 9 ,WL 1 h. 1233. 2 o E S ,i K E21 I b 4 f 2 E X ,' E if l 4 5 ! Q l ' 5 , 'E t x 5 5 i , ' 1 Q 5 E 1 g 5 W I 5 ' 5 1 2 5 , 4 S 5 2 s E 5 . 2 E Q rl 4 I 5 Z 5 E 'I 1' , 2 B E F 5 f f - E 5 l l I, By the roaring, roaring banks While the waters rushed along, 'll 2 ll! Of the old Kanakadea, And thc hills took up the song, 2 M ff! 'N 2 Oft I've lingered in the springtime And a gentle voice was calling sweet K li 5 long agog and low. S T ? 3 - Y 7252212 Q ' - - " K 1 , " 43 W' H in fi?" f- t i fa H fl 4 fig , , f -+ D +P 41,2 " . , ,i i mv' m- .- -115.41 LJ --U- 4 'L ,fb g: 3- ighff' -Q? Ili has 1 ff! ., t I --f K lg , e ri, f fc A A--M -4' X Q-Q i W ..,f j X jx X X five mn Gsnrge Ahhimm Bale, B. Sr., A. M Wham me rnwert aa a trash- rr anh as a man, thin nnhime nf the Knnakahra in hehiraieh hy the :lass nf Ninrtnn-Dir tem nf Alfreh iiniueraitg. 4 1 1 IN I , 5 'W Y I 1 fi v Ai 54 41.73 f--.ig c 35 mfg 'J-iii I 4. f-Sei ,.f , "1 'S A 1: , Eff .gui 6,1 1:44 51'-' lj 114' '-gf .. '45 bg? L i ar f 1 VH' 5. ,. i f 5? f E ' QE E 5 : . - V3 E 2 E 5 : 5 F .. 2 15 5 2 ig 3 ' ri E . LE E 5 2 N I 2 5 s 2 l :li f E Q Q2 E 5 3 1 .. 13 -SE ir? V14 43 , y, E.. E E E : I 'I 5 fo A , f I 2 1-" E- E E ln: iii'- . its .. : T 5? gg Y - 2- 5- - Y V Yi J 7 Q I , i V V V rd Qi. 1 x - 7 K , -' fi , ' f '- 10 1 : " ' 7 . ' gina. ,, ' 'gps I ef .. 9 is Q - ' t r '3 hi N The Board is glad the "Kanakadea" is out. It will be some satisfaction if we are not busted out with it. The business manager will be "busted" anyway. If there is anything in the book you don't like, the fault does not lie with the board-the board lies. You will find some mistakes and of course you'll tell us about it. We give fair warning, how- ever, that there are a lot of them, also that we know who made them-we did. Nevertheless, if you're reading your own book, we've got your money, if you are not-we'll find it out and get it later. Any- way it is a good book because it is a record of events in a4Goon Umvxnsrrv. THE Bomm -5, lv 1. . .1 i 1 3- - -E -" S ?I 3. E-12 a "" if ' E I E 5. as E 5 5 PE 2 E ' i I3 :E 2 E 2 - 5 Vi E E ' 5 5 ? 5 EE: Z I E J.. 2 : 1: 1 l S 1. 5 1 E i vi " 5: 2 f 2 f S x nz. Z l.: 3 -Z.: 1 5' ill.3 W i . I A ' , A' 1 - . "'g"" "' -- A - ' - "1' fzelz i 1 7? ' S gum P A A' -V 5- ,, Y" fi, 7 ' V A ' , 14" C ', ' I Iivy wy -'gy' , ,Ll ' , fi,---if 1 V ,Wu ' Z , ' , """f"' - 'T ,f - '-- , I, -111' ' my ik 054 - 1: iigr " pam ' ' Z ff' A big: 1 +i -""' ff f Seven ,Kiln x , pw' .A l A if A .E f - A . L- ' 2 'i 1' ' F ' 1 ,Ln-2 " ,L : 7 . ' rpg:-:-l 5 1'-t E713 f" I I NE 0 A J ' 7, xx. .A 'gps M 4 .L ' 'ai ' Kanakadea Board 1 2 ' Editor-in-chief if ' EARLE L. BURDICK 1 zlssociate Editors i HELEN A. GARDINER LUCY H. WHITFORD 1 I HoRAcE B. GRIFEITI-ls RAYMOND MAURE f : Business Manager Foam B. BARNARD 2 A ' dssistant Business Manager JAMES AUSTIN Es QE 1 2 .Z F1 u 'z E E 1 Ea . 2-' . E ': Q E , . E 1 E E 'I 1 E . 0 E: E : B F ii Z E. Q L 1 F I nf . 12 gs: SE :L-1.-A Photographer Cvnus E. KRUSE E z Assistant Photographer - S LEON B. BAssE'r'r .TN .H 'ff A, 'ni i . 11.1 l' ? EE 5 5 3 E 5 'B WW Hfhilmnlumu E E EE F 5. : 3 ? 5 : z I 5 ri 5555. 552 1 1: :: E l:" I Ea: . n I : f w : z In tn u: E 7 E I x n " 1: ::: ri "':r: E EF? :nl:: 1 Senior Representative Sophomore Representative E E ARTHUR E, GRANGER GUY L. RIXFORD 5 Freshmen Representative . - E 3 I E-L CLIFFORD M. POTTER 1 fl -- WT f lg T E 4:-A f 1 -A 1 'il - 35' Ff'f" R 5 f A . ef L " - G HZ? - - ... - :5 ' ':..-9 -1 'L 1 'fb , ' ' I ' f lf-Ik. f' 'UQ ' ' rg I' .db .I " ,gs 2 - Y 's ?a.- e""' A ." vii-.1- ..- '-S 6'-L, ...f ff A Eight -- -"S7' -+- ' 5 allillll llllm Illll Illlll , u ll ll E . . 1 e 5 E i ., E 9 : 2 5 E .4 E Li I E r E 2 E . E' 5 H ? ' 5 E E N 5 i E I' Tum.. lil 2 , w E - 5 :WU 3-L:-il. 13 iff 3131 E YE g. if is 5: 5' is . E 5 e.- 5 G - f' 1: i Eh . C Es E E 1 fl 2 E 3 lr i '43 2' yi! ,,. QULTY PRESIDENT Boo'rHE COLWELL DAvrs, A. M., PH. D., D. D., Prasideni, CI895D, Prwssor Historisal and fipphd Etlzics. A. B., Alfred University '90, A. M. '93, B. D., Yale University '93, Ph. D., National Normal University '97, D. D., Alfred University '01, Graduate Student, Columbia University '97, Member College Council, University New York State '96 -' 00 , Member National Educational Association, National Civic Federation, Vice President National Society for Broader Education, Chairman of New York State Agricultural Advisory Board. ALP!-usus B. KENYON, Sc. D., C1874D Rhode Island Przwssorqf Mathematirs, Dzan and Registrar. B. S., Alfred University '74, M. S., '77, Sc. D., '05, Professor of Mathematics '74, George B. Rogers Professor of In- dustrial Mechanics '74-'85, 86-'88, and '97-'08, Registrar '91, Dean of College '09, Member of National Educational Association. mmnyi "" -" "" n in uaruu UW " ll Illllllll ll I1 H mul ll - - ,, ,, if f M nu urlll H .. . N T llHllnuun nliilltllllll ll A E BM I i ll nik llll iii num Ee. 9 E i I E 5 S 5 E 5 C 5 E 5 1: 2 ui Eli E E 5 mi? -'fi i - ,za-'ii 'YZ ..' , . ' i L Ai" '33 EV! fs Ae C e sirgtr I , f I ,Qs y,y K fb . ...- .c ,....,- ,-.... 4 s L 1- i 7:-V ',y A' 'ip i 5... t Sl ' GQQQ' 0 -f X5 X g v fn 7 N E . 5 E - E E ,in : E E I 5 I I in 25 E SE els ii WILLIAM CALVIN VVHITFORD A M. D D. C1893D. Prwssor Biblical Language: ana' Literature E A- B. Colgate University '86, A. M., '90, D. D Alfred University '07g Theological Seminary '92g Delta Upsilon and Phi Beta Kappa Fraternities. ARTHUR ELw1N MAIN A. M. D. D C1901D Dean of Tlzeologieal Seminary Prwnor of Doctrinal Tlzeology and Natlzan V Hull Prwwor Pastoral Theology. A. B Rochester University 69 A M 71 Rochester Theological Seminary 72 D. D. Milton College 95 President of Alfred University 93- 95. Union 4 CHARLES FERGUS BINNS, M. Sc. H9005 Director of the New York State Srhool if Clay Working and Ceramics. M. Sc., Alfred University '013 Worcester Cathedral Kings School, Kings Scholar, '69 -'72, Royal Porcelain Works, Worces- ter, '72-'97, Examiner in Pottery and Porcelain, City and Guilds of London Institute '95 -'965 Principal Technical Arts School, Trenton, N. '98-'99g Author of "Story of the Potter" C1897D and "The Potter's Craft" C1910D. - -fa C 5 . 5 .. : al-- E i e i E X 5 E E 5 : E 2 E li :n .-2 .E F Y ..,- f , , - 1,-x:.- :i3 i -W1 vi V , -7:--' A " 7 I ' ' ' 'N' s ' R -:f t 3 R sg- 'F' . ' -2- ' f ' ' f --- '-2 1 f V " .i 'Q 6 ' If-,Q i N,-1 ' M Z. " xii 1 F 25 - t - A 13 .. iz.-.: 1' 1' ' as 5 : E , . E Z .2 :Y 3 : : YE c E Z 3 if' 1 . E : fs a ' -1 E .E il , . i . 2 E if b 1 1 1 E 3 I , ' 5 5 lm' 5 . i 2 r: X E 1 2 I i E E E1 2 . r i , E s I ' ! ' 5 . H I L : g E 5 E : 5 : E 9 i : : 'l u . 5 E E I fl -5: iii? A ji, M4 . ,E ha V ',.."i'-- :I , gal- ' T 'Q'-f ', is W if f- f N1 W ' Lx 5 .-e Rf? -Ltgfif-6" .. . H 4,4 U F' , N sw- QXA Y? 3,-,w.-f-fr ' X S A-., T51 X Y T -'f fix Wx A L . E lefven ii' F' ' ' ' ' V dz' 95 . - ' '- . -v- .Nu --im . Ae , as fa : rflf Pg' 2 .. '-5 I' ' I H J ll L 1' i, Ex X .. , 5 .lim 4. 3 it ' S f 1 a - . 1 I PAUL E. TITSWORTH, PH. DJ C1909D Prmnrsor qf Modern Languages. 2? 2 Ph. B., Alfred University '04, Ph. D., E E ' 'E 5 E University of Wisconsin '11, Student Ber- E L5 lin and Dresden '02, Instructor Modern E 5 Fl Languages, Alfred University '04 -'07, 2 U 5 Fellow in German, University Wisconsin E vi .: E 5 '08 -'09, Member Modern Language Asso- E X ciation of America, Member of State Mod- 5 5' is u . l 7 E . e "l E 5 E E E 5 E i 5 ,, ll l 1 ly 2 EE E45 .5 E173 14 , JAMss D. BENNEHOFF, M. S. 09075, Prwxrar U' Biology and Geology. B. S., Alfred University ' Professor of Biology and Union College '05 -'065 ican Association for the Science. 025 M. S., '04, Geology, Mount Member Amer- Advancement of ern Language Association. Conrsz R. CLAWSON, A. M. C1908D A Unifuerrity Librarian. Ph. B., Alfred University '92, B. Lit.'92g A. M., Alfred University '08, Professor of History, Greek and English, Waterford Academy '92 -'94-5 Student Columbia Uni- versity 'O2g Professor of History and Greek, Salem College '94-'06, President Salem College '06 -'08, Student Harvard Summer School '09, Charles Potter Professor of History and Political Science, Alfred Uni- versity '08 -'10, Student Columbia Uni- gi 5' E 5 I 2 E 1 E 5 3 1 gl 5 ,S a g E 1 - x 1 E'5 Eng I I l l L 2 rg fi 2 3 e if .95 E l I z I e 2 f- Z ,E Tia: T EE 1 :NE versity ' 12. , '3 ' . ' 57 ' ' fit an ll C ' 7 i 'rig ' ' f p if I' I M " ,l fr H -L f vff rr P M ' li' " f..ll'll, f' I .T -i-' W ul ' I k' ...j,'4l,1,. .... , . . , 2 .-, ...4.. .4.. gg. ' N-"'fgFf-ff iggr -,--we " ' X me mein ae-e .f ,4 X . Twrlv: eg..- H if - ' F5 - A-f l H -N' s - f E . V ,f ' f " ' i. ,, " ,E A rims. N, rl M " - All ' 'gf gf: . 5 S 1 I 2 E E ,WU if 2.2 51 Ei 32 Ez QE I: e . 'z C E: E: E 5 E-2 . E le ,. . E. I ig: E L Q 1 1 Q A 5, E F - I In is :E EEE E -,E if LINTON B. CRANDAL1., B. S. C1908D '1, George B. Rogers Prwssor of Industrial Mechanics. B. S., Alfred University '04 5 Special work .. in Teachers' College, Columbia University : 1 '05, University of Chicago '07, New , York University '07 -'08g Cornell Univer- - sity '08, Instructor in 'Wood-Working, Alfred University '01-'05, Teacher of Manual Training and Advanced Mathema- 5 E tics, North Plainfield CN. JJ High School ' '05 -'08, Instructor in Sheet Metal Work- ' ing, University of Chicago '07, Member American Society of Agricultural Engineers - and Eastern Art and Manual Training Teachers Association. : Q MABLE I. HART, A. M. C1909D - hfilliam G. and Ida R Kenyon Prwssor U' Latin, Prwssor M Greek. ' A. B., Oberlin College '00, A. M., Q Radcliffe College '085 Teacher in Brad- 2 ford Academ '00 '06 Teacher in Wil t Y ' 5 ' son College '06-'O75 Graduate Student , - Radcliffe College '07-'08g Teacher in E Wilson College '08 -'09g Student'in Col- umbia University Summer School '09. . Member of Classical Association of the Atlantic States and of New York State s Classical Teachers Association. F E A WALTER L. GREENE, A. B., B. D. C1909D 5 Prwssor U' Church History and Religious 2 Edumtion. 5 E A. B., Alfred University '02, B. D., i Alfred Theological Seminary '055 Grad- t uate Student University Chicago, Summer 1 Sessions ' 03 -'04, Physical Training School, E E Lake Geneva '025 Member of Religious Education Association, 'Member of the n E I E I3 E: W 5 BE gi ins: 332 in 2: E s: ii Z- ,lg 2 E Is' Egg I I l lx iv American Society of Church History. , E -ME f f ,ff-if F EEE- ' H V is '55 ,,,, ' 4 ' I Y ' ,yl'ff2'-Egg-L '- .Lg 'i ' M' x fis hy 4 t' - 'f iffitfy f - , Jk "U" l viii!! 'L ff ? Ii? i W, bs E - 4-1' . ff gf t, - N if - - X- 4 Y ' : wel ' , . X i., Y ig ..f 2 W JAX ' " Thirteen -ty E E 1 , J' .2 I E E .l 5 bia University '10 -'11, Summer Sessions 09- 10 Graduate Scholar in Education SE VT , ' H 'H ET 53 , i r-1 - Ao- be N i 9 m 'F' I, v f 'S "X-N . "' 'I iv 1.--4 X - J li 2 r own? TL? F . ee. i.. 4 ?gu,, J. NELSON Noawoon, A. M. C1910D 'gi E l Charles Potter Pfoferror of History and Poiii- 'Q 5 E ral Science. E 2 Ph. B., Alfred University '06, A. M., E E University of Michigan '09g Instructor in s 5 Q History and Economics, Olean CN. YJ 5 D E High School '06 -'07, Graduate Scholar in LE 5 I American History University of Wisconsin .E E 2 v li K '07 -'08, Peter White Fellow in American -.E E 1 History, University of Michigan '08 -'093 E Q Fellow in American History, Cornell Univ- 5 1 X crsity'09 -'10g Member American Histori- ' E cal Association and American Political " i' 2 Science Association Z E o . 11 E E q.- X . ,l E 3 'x E S . 5 ELsIr-: BINNS C1910D 5 -j C Associate Prmrror of Modelling and Pottery, 3 New York State Selzool U' Ceramior. 2 i e 7 e r 1 I Student New York State School Ceramics 5 - 1 '02 -'05, Art Students' League, New York E E s ' 5 ' Z 1 M City '06-'07, Teacher of Art, Ethical 5 7 i' Culture School, New York City '05-'10, . Q ,G 5 Ei H Student in Harvard Summer School '11. 4' E g 2 ' al' Bessie Liss GAMBRILL, A. M. C1911D 1 jo Prwtror U' Plziloroplzy and Education. 3 E E 5 ' 9 : A. B., Western Maryland College '025 A A. M., and Master's Diploma in Educa- E i '5 4 tion, Columbia University '11, Teacher f 5 and Principal in Maryland Elementary Q l f fn . Schools '03 -'10g Graduate Student Colum- 5 '11 . 5 fi iii aff, :Viet i Teachers College, Columbia University W . . il'Absent on Leave 2 '2" iifn s ,, , - gi' r I ' ' 'U' - ' ' ' 1 " , 5 1' . 71, if T" - , 5.2 ' f- rffk ,, , ' l C ' A A . ' 5'r5?V N i 1 so f T - -f f 3 r 'X ' ""'C 0 ' 3 -jffxg di r"i'MA f A z X -- ix +, --- ff i stem Fourteen 3 'H " A 'ii -1?-A-V - 2 1 1 ' i a In ' 2 ,f, , " it ' l GEORGE A. Bouz, B. sc., A. M. C1912D ,' Prwssor U' Chemistry. , MIM ll! li'- u HU " U1' 1 " "H """"" mln Mfllllll ll I v """' ""' ll nn mi un un:--v lam. g r-?-5,53 --' "'-. ....,-N' '--,,-- x "Q - - -- lllhlllllllllhmnt m fi.. . fr... - ... H.. " u... ,. .. L-nt lll llllllll E 5 ' :W -: in E B. Sc., Geneva '06, A. M., Columbia f E f 22 llll I I llllllll University '11, President Barnard Fellow, T " .1 . H ,K 2 Columbia ,11-'12, Phi Lambda Upsilon, i ll E 5 1 - A IJ E Ponce High School, Porto Rico '07 -,085 A' E l gl E z Instructor in Chemistry, University of Porto . : E 5 E E X Rico'08 -'09. t sf E E WALDO A. TITSWORTl1, S. M. C1912l . E Babrock PrqfE'ssarU"Pf1ysics and Jssariaie Prf Z :E i zssorq' Chemistry. E A A. B., Rutgers'00g A. M., Alfred Univer- ' g E 5 sity '02, S. M., University of Wisconsin 9 : 1 '09, Instructor in Science, Alfred Academy ,if f - '00 -'07, Assistant in Physics and Graduate 1 E E q Student, University Wisconsin '07-'09, E Q gi Professor of Physics, and Sciences, Des E : Q ' Moines College Clowal '09 -'12, Phi Beta ' 2 Kappa and Delta Kappa Upsilon Frater- 5 g nities. Q I H RAY W1N'rr-mor WINGATE H9125 ' 5 2 - : a fa ' - 3 jf, Dirertor qf M usic, Prwssar Q' Wm! Musir. g E 5 Graduate of New England Conservatory of s 2 . 1 Music '103:Assistant in Voice and Public . r School Music, Kansas State Normal School, . 2 I Emporia CKansasD '10-'12. ll E '- E g s it el .E l .ss 2 ' 'Sw : Eva-5 - 5: . Q, he 1 5 w . I --. ez- A - Vi, ,VV . x,,Z Z 5 . Q A 'ls - fi asf' 7' . .4 K. .ir-fe rij'..,,i!--wr B , 4. ,VHA .' lTfS?f. 'N - X , -,ff 3 I A fifeen I5 -5- ---F g H--' W' x .A f N 5 ,LA i. ? it i-2 . lg " ' .' , 1 " -QQ IM!! ,x:, W -6- ,,- ' . is ulll Z F -fi I QU 39 3: ,.-. CL:-3.4 :E 353 C: Era Ez I: if ii E i 't - - E, 2 c a ,- ge 2 Fr F 5' E e E Et JL' E L I: .7 F 'I F fi E x . 2. .. .- . '- I l l Z gl 222 rl-C: CLARA CAPEN GREENWOOD C1912D fissociate Prwssor of Drawing and Design, New York State School of Ceramies. Graduate of Museum School of Design, Boston '05, Museum School of Fine Arts '06, Julian and Collcrossi Academies, Paris '06 -'08, Pupil of Franus Benson '08 -'093 Pupil of Edmund C. Tarbell '09-'11, Instructor in Fine Arts, James Milliken University ' 11 -' 12 EARLE T. MONTGOMERY, E. M. in Ceramics f1913D. Jssoeiate Professor of Ceramics. New York Stale Selzool of Ceramics. ' E. M. in Ceramics, Ohio State University '075 Instructor Ceramics Dept., Univer- sity of Illinois '11, Assistant Ceramic Chemist in Clay Product Section U. S. bu- reau Standards at Pittsburgh Laboratory, '12. FRANK Jomss WEED, A. B. C1913D Prwssor U' Instrumental Music. A. B., Bowdoin College '07, Graduate Pianoforte Dept. New England Conserva- tory of Music '12. Theta Delta Chi and Phi Mu Alpha Fraternities. Q a z: E e Us I . 5 ? i 1 E 2 5 E E 5 1: E ... .- V-, W E' is 5 E 3E E. S i 1 3: 3 z 52 : L: Z 5' x i 2 S ul E Z 2 E a- IJ 2 I 5 I I Ei 2 FE A 2 it . . A A if-WDA.- - 5 75 r-- , 1, I , 2Yl R ., A Vt! 1 i , 5 'c U 951 4" , lgpgwlf X ' 41 Mx- hglaillfzrfm - .af-f-:ri --e fi di?-gf I ,,,..-g f,:.:11-1 ' A - BJ ,. A C 1 sage ,M - we N C., XX A .gage ., 1 X . Sixteen ' .......,f UA ' ' ?i:- D L 1' 5 if B. A 5 ' A f A ..' . re 4 .., - ry I ' V i 's f ' 1' ,fflif 5' " E .. .J L I i "' " 2 FI' Ng Ulm IIT! IHI lllflm 1 I 32 :gil i 2 E 'E E 1 n ll bi N g i 2 5 I 5 F 1 1 E E n E 3 F , Ulilfllilll F IIIWIW F E75 73 3 :" 7' E E 5 E . 5 E. E' E N 3 5 E E 5 11 5 'f 5 i is KATHERINE HARRIET PORTER, A. M. C1914D zlssociate Prwssor q"Eng5sh. A. B., Mt. Holyoke College '105 Instruct- or in English, Lake Erie College, Painsville, Ohio '10 -,135 A. M., University of Chi- cago '13 -"14. Foam STILLMAN CLARK, PH. B. C1914D Jssociare Prwssor of Philosophy and Education. Ph. B., Alfred University '10, Graduate Scholar in Philosophy and Psychology Har- vard University '10 -11, Instructor in Mathematics, Ishpeming CMich.D High School '11-'12, Instructor in Mathematics and Physics, Le Roy CN. YJ High School '12-'13, Graduate Scholar in Sociology and Education, University of Chicago '13 -' 14. 45 Lo ' I IVAN LESTER FISKE, B. S. C1914D Instructor in Physical Training and fftlnletir Coach. ' B. S., Alfred University '14g Summer Course at Chautauqua School of Physical Training '14. N , A 15 , ..... .... T- ' 1, .Z .. .E I E S as ga: E ,I 1 S 52 5 2: tm 3 ?z . I 2 Z El :IE :E E ze' E': I I l- ': Ll: tl IZ a 'r Es: E I I I 5 2 f-S E Ta: 5 L-E ah? Tj- .s X1'?r1-E-.+g .Ziff ss In gf V f . is ' ' fit w,1.,f ' MZ ' 'bm H '." in - ': , Mfrs N. 2 21.111 , nlgfl-3 W'r-s-,:- if x .-.,'-, .- , I .4,:M,f.c on- ,rf .. 1 Qs. ' --tl is UAF' ii- it ff'---N" X4 A A C C 'K f C --" 3 'Z 1 Seventeen . ig .1 - . F 31- ' -1' ' ' S 7' 15- , ,J ,S-.T ' .s 2'-75 .' ' K B E T" ,. . .. , f f fr . --.a ,M A .. U 1 2, Q 2... 1 1.- L 3 li 1: .rf 5 5:1 1 E: E E11 :: EE 5 2 fl 'S E E , E E s e g .E ff Ll . 2 Q 2 E 5 l 32 E E 1 . E E n : 3 5 2 a F Z E . 3 ju 1 I f 2 j, 22 5 lui is E lu? ' s G1.EN'rwoR'rH MARION W1u.soN, PH. B. C1914-D. Inslructor in Pxyrbology and Educa- tion . Ph. B., Alfred University '14g Graduate Scholar in Psychology, Columbia Univer- sity, Summer Session '13 and '1-'rg Student Assistant in Psychology and Education, Alfred University ' 13 -' 14. Morrow EARLE Mix, PH. B. C1914D Inriructor in German and French. PH. B., Alfred University '145 Student in in German, Columbia University, Summer Session '14 5 Student Assistant in German and French, Alfred University '12 -' 14. MADELLA Hmrr Twrruz C1914D Irutruriar in Public Speaking. Graduate Emerson College of Oratory, 18975 Instructor Albion High School, Batavia High School, Johnstown High School. I: E s-V2 7 Z 5 E 5 5 E Z : 3: .g.. 1- It E - " ,az g. E 'T N4 Z , ES z :E 1 S., 3 E 5 1 .S Berlin, Summer of 19135 Graduate Scholar i 5 5 lm 5 2? 5 s I I 2 E E E z 1' E I 2 X , n I I ,. E If -.: .Masai 'T' gms liv : 13 Y 5 If I i i -.:.:12a. . '-'zlv' ea. if ' 3-if V' M9 4 ' a e.- -'L 3 . 1 1 'TT' -' ,i 'L ,4 . :MZ ' J Lk' M ill i L 'if 5fF11 A-C-A ' -J' Ti N Y ' I ffnilf-L fi:-1 ' 0 " 'gx i 'i M s .., ,5'4':rZ . Eiglrtnn F W ,,...i-.Z-1+ fini "'!- - T2 -- 'V 1 . f f . - M . 1111542 L, Q 5551 ' W' ix 0 E'g '? X 1 -1 EMU 5: E1 if 3 2' K1 5 1 E E 1 if 1 ' 1 1 E .gin :ES ei: . - 5 5 E 2 ' 5 1' 1 I 3 11' 1:1 .IS LS rr 3 Student Senate MEMBERS JAMES T. P1T'rs '15, President NINA PALMITER '16, Secretary HORACE HALL '15 ELIZABETH F. BACON '15 LOWELL RANDOLPH ' 16 REPRESENTATIVES 5 1 E . 5 E I E 1 E - M J K 5 lg 1. 3411 1 L 11 5 1 M 5 515 L I 5 'I gl fi' It f x if f s P EDWARD E. SAUNDERS '17 HAROLD S. NASH '18 J E 11 K 5 .2 , .ILE A '---'+?1, i df? if 51 '. 1 .1 , 1-ati ' f P 2 2 ' " mb M314 - M T - -gE!kKF-YmAif5f:'- -1 N if -A . N-X A A ak. e - ,f X Ni netzen 4 wQ m f,m Q m f E2 Ir 'Q sw Q Ex? rw A ' + ' .A Q2 FN SEV FWZ 2 F55 A l l l li l 74 . 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S LE E' I ff I in 2 E " A 1? II E I ' 2 Q s If 5 5 1 , L i OFFICERS I E ' . 5 . Psncv W. Bunmcx President E RUTH E. HUNT Wee President 1' 1 E E Lucius STEVENS Secretary T? e . 5 g OTHO L. VARS 'Treasurer 5 E L 1 . E 'I MARTIN Gnovmt BABcocK, Wellsvills, N If 1 5 Scientific, Ceramics, Clan Alpine 111, Ku Klux Klan 12,'3, 4,1, Mgr. Baseball 131, Mgr. Q ' E g , j-:E Fiat Lux 141, Commencement Play 111, junior Play 131, Press Club 13,41, Footlight Club 141. 2 5 E E F Lnwnmcs MORTON Bmacocx, ' Aslmway, R. I. gl 5 Philosophical, Orophilian, Eta Phi Gamma 1,2,3,4 , Class Vice President 3 unior Pla E : 1 J Y - , 5 Q 131, German Club 13,41. E 7 ELIZABETH FRANCES BACON, Canauraga, N. If E 1 li Philosophical, Alfriedian, Pres..141, Y. W. C. A., Ceramics 111, Brick 111, Brick Senate 111, 1 Castle 121, Cottage 131, Student Senate 13,41, Sec. 131, Footlight Club, "The Climbers" 121, "Mase" 121, "My Lord in Livery" 141, junior Play 131, Class Treasurer 1 Associ- gf v 5 , . ate Editor Kanakadea 131, German Club 141, C. W. O. Council 141, Assistant in Modem g ii 'E Languages 141. ' 5 HANNAH AIu.o'rrA Bnss, Jldm, N, Y, Q 1 Philosophical, Alfriedian, Y. W. C. A., Cabinet 121, Footlight Club, Pres. 141, "Mose" l 121, "Shades of Demosthenes" 121, ,"Twelfth Night", German Club. , J 2 l EDITH MAME Bunmcx, AM-cd, N. Y. ,iff E .1 2 5.5 2 IIE Classical, Athenean, Y. W. C. A., Cabinet 141, Honors 11,21, Associate Editor Monthly E .HE 111, German Club 131, C. W. 0. Council, Sec. and Treas. 131, President 141. ' TE Ill-e E M525 .T lg? " - 'I 4- I 1 - ,I ' I 1 1, a- - "Si,- f " N' MZ ' It l wwmllil - 1 A - 4 . , , , . I . A T v. , L LX' - v 'f , - -- -e A -'.1..'- 3 ,. t --K ' . . L ' " I f-30" 5.,-M 4 . " I-FL P "X -4 ,L'P ...f ,VK 7 .-is-I , ,. .,.. - A 'Twenty-Ibrez 'I if A 5 B L Pa f' f' f " Iii. I 't I A . "' I. 'M 5 PERCY VVITTERIBURDICK, ' Wellsville, N. Y. 1 Q Scientific, Ceramics, Orophilian, Burdick Hall 13,41, Mgr. 141, Mandolin-Guitar Club 131, - T-if ri' Q Ceramic Society, Sec. and Treas. 131, President Athletic Association 141, Class President 'f T 2 141, Footlight Club 145. E E E E AARON MAcCooN, AM-ed, N. Y- Zf 3 Philosophical, Orophilian, Footlight Club, "The Climbers" 121, "Twelfth Night", junior 5 p . Play 131, "The Truth" 131, Fiat Lux Board 131, Ed-in-Chief 141, Ass't Mgr. Interscho- - E lastic 131, Dr. Thomas World Peace Prize 131. 1" E ' -E gg - - 5 a E E , g . 3 gi E. l E. E. 5 I E 3 E : E 1 5 1 FINLA GOFF CRAWFORD, Cameron Millx, N. K Philosophical, Orophilian, Burdick Hall 11',21, Clan Alpine 11,21, Eta Phi Gamma 13,41, Pres. 141, Associate Editor Kanakadea 131, Press Club 13,41, Ass't Mgr. Football 131, Mgr. Varsity Football 141, Treasurer Athletic Association 141, Varsity Baseball 12,31, Fiat Lux Board 141, Junior Play 131. LUELLA ANNETTE ELLS, fiyred, N. Y. Philosophical, Ceramics, Athenean, Y. W. C. A., Ass't Art Editor Kanakadea 131, Instruct- or in Drawing, Alfred Academy 131. MYRTLE AILEEN EvANs, Ex. '08, Parrville, N. Y. Philosophical, Alfriedian, Y. W. C. A., Brick 11,2,41, Commencement Play 121, Honors 11,21, German Club. , ARTHUR EDWARD GRANGER, A-Easton, N. Y. Philosophical, Alleghanian, Y. M. C. A. 13,41, Cabinet 141, Student Senate 111, Business Manager Kanakadea 131, Eta Phi Gamma 141. 1 I-IoRAcIz ALVIN HALL, . flbfrea, N., K Scientific, Alleghanian, Y. M. C. A., Student Senate 12,41, Ass't Business Manager Kana- kadea 131, Ass't in Chemistry 13,41, Fiat Lux Board 13,41, Footlight Club, junior Play 131. 5 . lx.-: s -.- :iii i ts . 3 E E 5 .3 . L73 . . l :I l K , ls ,. 1 1 3 1 5 H5 :TE : Q - ,l EJE Ei ,ENT 2 RAYMOND MILLER Hows, Elmira, N. Y. Q j 5 4 Scientific, Ceramics, Orophilian, Ku Klux Klan 12,3,41, Pres. 141, Ceramic Society, Pres. 5 5 5 ll 141, American Ceramic Society 13,41, Class President 121, Varsity Football 11,2,31, Capt. 5 l 131, Varsity Baseball 12,31, Kanakadea Photographer 9 1 c 5 ' A RUTH ELIZABETH HUNT, Cuba, NT K 5 x : Classical, Athenean, Mor an Hall 111, Brick 12, 3, 41, Y. W. C. A., Cabinet 141, Honors I g . 5 nl g 11,21, Ass't in History 141, Class Vice President 141, Student Volunteer Convention, Ithaca f , I 1 121, Geneva Conference 141. Q : i ' 5 . VIDA APPLEBEE KBRR, Wellsfville, N. Y. E S 11' Philosophical, Athenean, Brick 11,3,41, Castle 121, Y. W. C. A., Sec. 121, Cabinet 141, 5 ' Honors 1 , Ass't. in En lish 3,4 , Varsity Basketball 121, Monthly Board 2 , Class Vice E T 2 I g A 2 President 121, Footlight Club, junior Play 131, "The Truth" 131, Pres. Brick 141. Camp Q Z x Fire Guardian 141. ' -S as ' ' -- -- fi-115 -H ' ' A1 I s E515 mf, f, F ,. ' 93 " ,L . 1 ,Ly .,, -157--1 i f N331 ,- Q2 1 X' n-lg: f '15 -gi'-Ti.. ,QV V TTA l d I f l: . Md : S g., Xi 'J 25-TL R' .J if 1 . Twentjwur I 5 5 E ' .I . E l' f' If., J li ,l A 53 IK 5 l I 1 s A R' T T , - -A 5 3, .- -.:'Lf...T.T:'..'.l... -"' 'ff . w-1 ' t :' ' 5 ,.a -- " ' s A 15 V' ll ' T I f A ' U .M E f 1 , 4 R gy ,M N 5 , ---- , ,sh 'f 1 Z ffll'T..Q2. 5'-4 nl A . hs '25-1 i E .E i ' E - 5 : E - E f E 5 g E 5 , - I 'V 5.3 -E511 EE El? -I-L1 Qmll EE :E E Eg ll l s . 'E E 5 J : Q E3 pf .fa A 'J iz: S l? 'l F A E Er t . 4 B3 ,ff M4 . SALINA BERNICE MCCLEASE, Hornfll, N. Y. Classical, Alfriedian, Y. W. C. A., Geneva Conference 145, Brick 11,2,3,45, Third Floor Chairman 135. MARY MARGARET MERRILL, 1 A'0"rfd, N K Philosophical, Ceramics, Alfriedian, Footlight Club, "Moss" 125, Shades of Demosthenes" 425. 5 MABE1. CATHERINE MICHLER, 'HornelL N. Y. Classical. Athenean, Y. W. C. A., Cabinet, 11,2,3,45, Eagles Mere Delegate 115, Elmira Convention 125, Brick 12,3,45, "Phormio" 125, German Club 135. JUDITH PAULINE ALBERTINE PETERSON, Jammown, N. Y. Scientific, Athenean, Pres. 145, Y. W. C. A., Eagles Mere Delegate 115, Geneva Confer- ence 145 Brick 11,2,35, Brick Senate 125, Varsity Basket Ball 12,35, Footlight Club, Sec. 145, "Twelfth Night", Commencement Play 12,35, Pageant 135, I. P. A. MONTFORD HENRY PFAFF, Carlile, N. Y. Scientific, Orophilian, Y. M. C. A., Burdick .Hall 12,3,45, Clan Alpine 12,3,45, Critic 135, Class Treas. 135, Mgr. Tennis 135, Varsity Football 13,45, junior Play 135. 1 JAMES TOWNSEND PITTS, Nunda, N. Y. Scientific, Orophilian, Y. M. C. A., Vice President 125, Burdick Hall, Clan Alpine 11,2,3,45, President 135, Footlight Club, Ass't in Chemistry 13,45, Varsity Football 13,45, Student Senate, 13,45, Pres. 145, Kanakadea Board 11,35. MILDRED FENNER SAUNDERS, ' flbfred, N Y. Classical, Athenean, Pres. 145, Y. W. C. A., Cabinet 13,45, Class Secretary 115, Class President, 135, "The Climbers", "Twelfth Night", junior Play 135, Kanakadea Board 125, A German Club 135, C. W. O. Council 145. LUCILE STEVENS, flbfred, N. Y. Philosophical, Ceramics, Athenean, "Forfeits" CAROL BABCOCK STILLMAN, . flbfred, N. K Philosophical, Ceramics, Alfriedian, German Club 135, Kanakadea Board 135. OTHO LE GRAND. VARs, Friendrlulzb, N. Y. Philosophical, Orophilian, Y. M. C. A., Cabinet 145, Eta Phi Gamma 13,45, Student Senate 115, Class Treasurer 145, Footlight Club, Editor-in-Chief Kanakadea 135, Athletic Director 13,45, Varsity Football 11,25, Winner Tennis Tournament Doubles 135. NATHALIE ONE1'A WANZER, Sidney, N, Y, Philosophical, Athenean, Y. W. C. A., Cabinet 12,35, Pres. 145, Brick 12,3,45, C. W. O. rx 'wg 1 A E :Ei 1 .. - FIX i i a g QE l 1 lla lfl l L. ei' 5 sl 'g rig :fs 1 15 E s g t 5 5 els ' 5 3 I E . 3 E z: 5 l 3 5 :gig :il E Council 135. ,E I X 5 l-L7 Qi, ---' Jig 7' 1 H ,115, V -ex V 7 - K ,. Q ,QL russia' 1 i a 5 V61 5' 4' gl- M ... Ai.:-ff-4-- 1 ff . Br- - -'Egfr j'i'?1e..ff-'NA A E155-rss.. X T--s "Y ,?..f E A 'A li Twenty-fffve 1 C 5 ' 'Ei 'C-- C i- :Ci i fi EL EC. use gs 1 ,, on " f' f 'f .el ' "W 2 f .--.1 -I 5 xl .L -'T' 1 Zi nhl, A ' Xa! it 3 . ,W swf' ? Q.: 3 muunuu fuwlwul M W U "'1"""'W' " m' ll W , H- m fmmmmem rn um swnmmm I-.:....-H 1' "' """' .4 ...s AA! 55, dx- D in 1 43-.1 .3 M 1 'N H-Hlllh 1-- ...un ...-.. ,... .nm lllllll un. .. -n n u ll ll .1 unmllll , fn 3 1 Khu- HIM .H Ulm? E 2 Y 3 Wim 4 The Junior Class OFFICERS ETHEL MCLEAN President JAMES AUSTIN Wee President LUCY WHITFORD Secrefary OLIVE THOMAS Treasurer COLORS Tan and Liglzt Blue MOTTO fini: Corona! Opus YELL No knocks, no kicks, One nine, one six. umm I mis, Quill Hllmun ullllllll 5 E : z : Sim z z z ! : 5 : : I 1 if 5 : E : :: E E ra" :I 5 E : r I X 1- ai if : 3 iii! :ig E : x : ,.: 1: F Z i ,EE fuzz : l ep: li 1.15 5 ?g' , Q v C r I as N A ' L - - - ' . fs ' 9 f 1 ' me ' - f ig -irfj i,1f-M 1 his-Q.. N H- SX di., .., X 'Twenty-Six zz : - :E E :E if EE 1 F s - f F - e f Q : e as-sf f EE. Ta, 9' H ggi' ' 'I . " " ff I Rm. "l N9 " f 1 a ' -me 2 f rv! ' wi: 1 i ,A,- sf sp' IU' F I gi 3 fi A - If E E 'fl I l.. 5 R5 FY ' 5 ml., 1 5 E 1 I 'va l s 5 1' ' i '-1 ,lN'i,,,,g,'Jll ' r Q , , fl 5 Class I-Ilstory ' , Each class has its own claim to individualism, and without a boast, it may be ' said that our distinction lies in the unusual efficiency of our small number. The first E I night of our arrival, September 17, 1912, we were welcomed by the class of 1914, and 51 A organized into a body, few in numbers, but firm in purpose. From then until proc 5 f season, we busied ourselves with locating and evaluating every one who professed the E i class of 1915 as his religion. F g 0 On the 23rd of September while the night shades still hung deep over the cam- Q 2 pus and village, we took our weapons and were ready for the onslaught. On October lst, procs went down, but the innumerable "postage stamps" of the sophomores made 1 f victory for us impossible. A couple of days later, on October 3rd, we easily evaded 5 4 the 1915ers and enjoyed our splendid banquet at Tittsworth' s. On October 7th we E 7 2 arrived at the Sophomore banquet at Canaseraga just a few minutes too late to snatch E l fi the honors. Mrs. "Prexy" entertained us ar a jolly party on December 18th, there 1 each one had a chance to show his skill at basket weaving. V' - On the evening of February 13, 1913, the jolly Juniors welcomed us to Fire- man's Hall, and the anniversary of St. Valentine was duly celebrated. On this ocas- I E A sion, the Black Knight of the Even Classes was handed on to us. The sleigh ride to g Andover was also a social event worth mentioning. Among other events of our Fresh- l , men year, were the, Freshmen and Sophomore football and basketball games in which J f 5 the laurels were equally shared. In the spring we again met our opponents on the My gi athletic field in baseball, and a little later carried away our share of the honors in the K E inter-class track meet. On the Thursday night following the final examinations in Q 3 'ds ' 't ff' ' 1 K i " sf -' li t ' ' 91 e-iff Q-F e F3 6 1 'Ill-'Q' if-3 Z ,K ' . 4 lgmli 'j 2:Ti?'r'f"i .f ,4 'Q"y Twm ty-sewn i W , t Y Y il xg gi T 5 1 ' - lg -W -'I S ' :.- h :.- A ' ...wmv E . 1 :..i :ae Q, "S f 142. A: gl 5:11 E'-? 2 E22 E -E gs f' Ji Eg N ' ff sg. if E .1 55 5 i F 3 E z .Z - g , I 1'-T lfyhlf . June, wc both celebrated with joy and regret our Hmove up" into the Sophomore Class. The grave of our Freshmen trophies and the memorial stone of 1916, which is now preserved in the Steinheim Museum, are fitting monuments of our successful past. We found our Sophomore year similar to our Freshman year, fully as pleasur- able and successful. We won the proc contest from the. 17ers and again enjoyed a peaceful banquet. On February 13, 1914 we entertained at Fireman's Hall our old friends the Juniors, now risen to the rank of Seniors. In this year too, we were again successful in one of the basket ball games and in track. On the anniversary of our moveup, we kept vigil by candle light, at our grave near the Steinheim, crowning our wake with an enjoyable feed. This year was most happily ended by our winning from 1917 the silver cup in the contest, for higher scholarship. As Juniors, we have still our enthusiastic spirit and customary jollity. Ford gave us a party at the K. K. K.'s on November 24th. ' If an historian may look into the future as well as the past, I may say that we anticipate many another. good time, and trust that we may honor Alma Mater by a continued high order of scholarship. P" Q W f ' E . 2 2 5 . 3 E 2 if E31 Sz: I 5 I I ll ls f. S' E 7: . 5 , 2 s Erie 5 l i 'I l .3 if E id? EE gig?- ,Iii 1 rl i 5 ' E Q 5 55 ., 1: E lg E 2 V - if lS?53ff?"'q . ' - 4 Avi? 4 ' i' QQ ?i".'i'i ii . I . we N ' lx. f' 4" 4 . ' ie' ' - 4- . Ll-. ' ' 1 Ze' - 4 Z ' i g 'lffk nail CJ ef 4 X N ,'- nfgfzy M J 41 it if -iae fww-gi ' ' Wm -X., -X -is -e e fait e .,,5' Z7 . Twen ty-ezklzt ,-53 E E , S : ,, ,.--- --.- , 4,137 I- Y - ' iM-VA. , 1 v p. 24 C.: :- -za 3 E E 11 Pi 572 e is ll E : Ea e g E if ' Z F:-: 51 T E E 3 E E 5 2 5 s i E 1 2 . :E 1 E . : . L: . 1' li E : E r E if l' , R? y. , i Lf- ' A "..... - m - A 1 1 N 5 A M 'E N if-4 I fs- 'Ji In . FORD BEVERLY BARNARD, Corning, N. Y. Prep. School, Corning Free Acad- emy, Scientific, Alleghanian, Y. M. C. A., Cabinet CZD, President CID, Clan Alpine C1,2l, Ku Klux Klan CID, Business Manager Kanakadea CID, "Twelfth Nightu, Press Club C2,3D, Delegate Student Volunteer Conventions, Ithaca CD, Syracuse CZD, Geneva Conference C3D, Class Baseball C1,2D, Class Basket Ball Cl, 25, Class Track C1,2l. JAMES LE ROY AUSTIN, Mexico, N. Y. Prep. School, Mexico Academy, Sci- entific, Ceramics, Orophilian, Bur- dick Hall Cl,2,3D, Clan Alpine C1,2, 3D, Ceramic Society, Assistant Busi- ness Manager Kanakadea CID, Class Vice President 'C3l, Class Football, CU, Class Track C1,2l. wr E i Y .5351-2L.T'- ' , L ., R A-:Y ' ' 'f '1 N, F 9 'K X 'N VIE'-9 I r 1 I XAJ QL ' AE ei f-If . - - -Ley..- ' .. i , , ,J . ,, y 4,17 A -, , 7, ,-, , J 2, ? 4, figg t I X Ls' Lx1 ' ,- C W " Fic S+-fl 'Le Q31 s' 1' -f1!' 5 I 5 .1 5: ,..... -E - 1. - E .. 2 :E : E E f S E Z2 R 5 l g L l 2 1 xfl 7 5 l ,. gl fl -1 S e N iff l sl E : z J E :a .ll ll E . A, E li Twenty-nine 7 e C L - . , A C .. l -. Er 1- 25 - --' ll -ff 1, Q1 I if ,jx ll . 6 1' ,f r i, xl ,, I Ml .. l X 2 f' f' 'fat . 5. ,. .--A ,: 1? .ff-T 5 f. . 5 ,L .. fi, :C E' E : -3 E E Es QE Z i ll 'z E E. E 1 X F 3 at l l Ei is E i 1 1 E l 5 F E1 E 5 nf 1 I E. 1" :E EE EL ill? J ,M Q ' RUTH BROWN, Utica, N. Y. Prep. School, Utica Free Academy Philosophical, Alfriedian, Y. W. C A., Class Track C1,2D, Class Basket- ball f2l. if E Ii LEON BURDETTE BAsslz'r'r, : Alfred, N. Y. 1 Prep. School, Alfred Academy, Sci- 1' : entific, Ceramics, Orophilian, Cer- . 1 amic Society CID, Assistant Photogra- - pher Kanakadea CID, Class Football 5 CD, Class Basketball C1,2D, Class 2 5 Baseball cll. : 1 :ii l 5 I .: .E r- 5 A C 5. W Si S as Fl' ig 1 :E 1 E Q: l is ala' 5' z I I sl s I 5 5 I 5 .l, 3 : A 5:-: E 3- Eng l l '- E' , , '- .!!" f L'I1:Z2E :ff f ml s.: - ' Yrs . V f yrfhnyl . If", , is - ' ' yy - ,l mn l-..ll-,,...,. f e5.-i.-- 4 ' 6?-ff M' Lk- www Y-"" " - - f l illy' M Mjig '.-.. 'f 1--15 -- ,Y im ? is . --' ' -Q, , ,,-""' 'A elim X - X--. i c .,.- ,5 , lifti- Tlzirty ,. iv -:T-. ,-'iz flll M llll E e -L 2 I 5 - z iz . - - , ' ' . ' f Y' B 1 --..P V Aw . -3 ' l . 3 ' z sf , a if ., ...E d Els A fl, ff f 1 ul . all, f , 57 .1 " thi , f E' F 5 gs WILLIAM ERNEST BUCK, 5 E E E Canisteo, N. Y. 2? if 13. ' 2 5 gy, it ' Prep. School, Canisteo High School, 3 jj Ii l i Scientific, Orophilian, Student Senate 5 E E l CU, Varsity Baseball C1,2D, Manager g' E E l-V CID, Varsity Football f1,2,3D, Captain - If CID, Class Baseball C1,2l, Class F . Q Football CD, Class Basketball C1,2D, 3 I xi Captain CD. 3? 3 5 5 - .Q i ' 1 . 'I Q s E . . L E gp .- 5 E ' 1 : Alanna Susua Bunnlcic, f i , ,E Alfred, N. Y. B 5 j' I E Prep. School, Alfred Academy, Phil- V' r osophical, Ceramics, Athenean, As- 3' sistant Art Editor Kanakadea CD. z E f 2 l' : E E UE VS E r- Ii E LIE ,Q e Q g f S f fi 1. r.-.e ai m , - we ' i i W ai - .c f-,f f,., ' Q 'Ei ' ZFQTL .1 15 I . Tlririy-one Fe +1-J-is .f be fi F-11 - - - , - - -ha' -'f ' Q-r. ' .l gfgsf' I N' ? N , -'rg ? f- A, - 1 , I , hi 5 'Q . r ' ' I A Il I 1 0.4 , 2..- 'W ., Iljiffyg i N il , ': .Y ,. l, E ,. : J -. 2-3 as -5 - 2... if 'E' f ai' 3 ..- :E E ? " ' E ' E L: ll g 5 5 lil! fl ' l --1 EARLE LESLIE BURDICK, Belmont, N. Y. Prep. School, Manlius Schools, Phil- osophical, Orophilian, Eta Phi Gam- ma C1,2,3D, Press Club C2,3D, Assist- ant Manager Baseball 425, Assistant Manager Football CSD, Manager-elect Football 1915, Kanakadea Board CZD, Editor-in-Chief Kanakadea C3D, Class President CU, Class Football CD , Class Baseball C1,2D, Class Basketball C1,2D. I f 4 - : 'Li :E E 5 '?i 3 E . .1 5. E 5 2 E 1 is ,L 2 2 8 E , 3 2 , E 5 s , E c A :II 3 E E ij?- EE I l a : E LE ,. E: - E E 2.1, ls :7 E X 5 5.2 P' 1 gi:-E tin: 1 .52 1.1.5 4 1 if E 0 Q 2 Q Gemzvuzvn CORNELIA BURDICK, 1' Delzuyfer, N. Y. J Prep. School, De Ruyter High School, A Classical, Athenean, Class Basketball E f C1,2D, Class Track cn, ' ,,1' 2 .L .I -, l gg .L E 'fl 3.: as 1 -is 3 its "Kauai--fs. J if a S 3 Cx ' M r f iffilfill? 19777 4 . ff 5 " f ' 'B jf ' 'Vs .Eg -f -if - " A f -.ff ' P' -gig Y i' ' Y . 'c,.-,,'Xf--'S ' ' 4-gf'-" I we XA CK? ei C mil Thirty-two es ..-f as , e . 'H' 2-FSL - it ' " -5 P i -- kt A i X 2 -1 Q Y -- ,-53. ' I I - M E A I ' f J .4 :T- b I. -F4 -19 M 1 ' A N N '-fi" 4 i .uf-, Q-'U E. ,. EE E T., , E E' E E 5 E E lil E ' E 5 E E s E 5 E 5 2 fl E . E E 5 5 E E 2 2 5: E E E 'I E fm F P3 r 3 it I S 5 Q 1- E EZ E NE is :E ? nfs 4 ,,, E' gg lt: f' ll RACHEL MM: BURDICK, ll Westerly, R. I. A 5 EQ Prep. School, Westerly High School, 1 E Philosophical, Alfriedian, Y. W. C. g ' A., Brick C1,2,3D, varsity Basketball K it Q CZD, Class Basketball C1,2D. I A 5 s 5? I E l I 3 Imsz LEWIS COOK., ,W n Waterville, N. Y. I' Q . ' Prep. School, Brookfield High School I h Philosophical, Ceramics, Alfriedian Y! E Art Editor Kanakadea CID, Class Bas- ketball C1,2D, Class Track C1,2D. : E 'Q , 5 J .11 E E - -....- . is I m 'C 355 "W W I 'f H " "HJwI"i l-.1 l Y 1 ' l cilyfi is 1 fl,9k' ..-Ei ix ' -iilfr tl.g,1l1:l 2 1 , X Q I-'C i -fl 19:3-?, ff -in X44 g- v Tl: irty-M re: sy? i- Y f - " ,' - q ' 'Q T: ? P M ' if jx . s x g . E f A, , ' f 'vf -'ff-1--J -E .. 7 I 1 A I, - k 1 f .. Rh. X. - . s' I a ' is - ' T' HELEN ARDOETTE GARDINER, Friendship, N. Y. Prep. School, Alfred Academy, Phil- osophical, Athenean, Y. W. C. A. Brick C2,3D, Kanakadea Board CID Class Track C1,2J. -? , , ,l i s "1 :nf fa .-I 1 1' 1: I: zr Z ra 5 r fl :I Z- F1 U 'z .- 5- E : E: .- rx lr .- K' L It e .L E : , .- F, Q 5 .2 Fc i E 5 . En I 9 I F5 F' .. .- . 5 0: I B s l 3 1--.5 ga l 'S ROBERT ALONZO GREENE, Alfred, N. Y. Prep. School, Alfred Academy, Sci- entific, Alleghanian, Y. M. C. A., Cabinet C3D, Student Senate CZJ, Footlight Club, "Mose" CD, "The Climbers" CU, "The Truth" CZD, "Twelfth Night" CU, World Peace Prize Contest CZD, Class Treasurer CD, Class Basketball CZD. :.- . ,,y, l. 5155 E z : 'lm ll 'L l gi gm 3 31... 5 s , I E 2 3 1 S 2 tc. 2 2 I l . ' a 2 ? a .1 I Q 1 . 1 -E J- : J: I K F 'J . l . EI . I, l Q E E 5 il: 'S I.- E S ll? 2 H- w i . A --I Q' .Q 'B "fs ' 'J 'Q ea' V , ?2' bv 1 , .1 v Tig. 7 I . JUAYE 1. . A, M . ' " I " 4- A ' . -g: ..Z,' ' , ff, ' f , ' K A A ft - - .3 .a .W w e ' nlmiiiu Y 4"- 'T A " f ,L -Efs iy' A -4 'Q' M519 ' 9 l KA .- T 5 KX -JSF-L Z,Qg ig-rut, ul J , .2 lil:-. T L 'S Y fi! S, Y --f' 3 A Tlzirtywur e HJ- A . A A 'g,.-.f1'i .J 1. is ,-' A ' X . ' -T-' I Y -M s A -3 1 ji .1 N E -f 4, ., he hi .9 M ' . I rims . ll ' :Fi E - E .E 3 E E sf s 5 s -i 3 E uf 3 E Q I QE 5.3 ill? Jw E! Ere 5 55. Q 2 .ll '1 N P: Q 2 if QE E. 2 E . 5 lf F 1 E q I E I F , J J M14 ELMER LEON HUNTING, Plainfield, N. J. Prep. School, Plainfield High School, Scientific, Alleghanian, Y. M. C. A., Cabinet CZD, Clan Alpine Cl,2,3l, "Beehive" CD, World Peace Prize Contest CZD, l. P. A. C2,3D, Secre- tary 439, Class Basketball Cl,2D, Class Baseball CZD, Captain CZD, Class Track C1,2D. in '? HORACE B. GRIFFITHS, : .S Alfred, N. Y. 5 Prep. School, Alfred Academy, Sci- - E C2,3D, Kanakadea Board CBD, Var- 5 2 sity Football C2,3D, University Quar- tette C1,2D, Class Football CU, Clap- ' tain CU, Class Baseball Cl,2l, Class 5 g Track C1,2D, Class Basketball CZD. - , 1 L 2 .: 5 E 5 . 5 E 5 2 5 .2 entific, Alleghanlan, Eta Ph: Gamma 5 LE 5 1 5 2 Q 1 E i I I T CE 2 if 3 lg E UE '- ml WET' Nfl I , . W ,Ll f, l- -1-ff ' N',jfl ,lQ,E1,v yew? ' k ung: L -Jr.: Y Af l Y,G"4l 1 5 . - , x Q, f" ,...f-"' issggrxf-.l 2P+?e .fwf ff' .im Thirty-ffve lllllllllllll W" 1 U L llwn H mm mm -Dllln N-L, 1 HI L J -j 1 , ..i....-. - A , e A - . Q 1 I '-65' l PM s Ib - as E gr ' f ., -5' .. ll 1 . J H N 5' 'ffl Q l at ' 9 771' as in . ig . - all llllll llllwl l 5 ' lnlllll lllllll 2'-E ' CYRUS ERNEST KRUSE, . ,Y E: ,'- ? - Hamburg, N. Y. - E : ll I b E A , g Prep. School, Chamberlain Military : 5 E Institute, SCICDIIHC, Ceramics, Cro- ' E -3 X , b, fl 2 philian, Kanakadea Photographer GD, I Q e 2 , 5 5 P Clase Treasurer CZU, Class Baseball - Q : 5 . . Q fl? Captalll CID. 5 ' 2 " Q E .E j RAYMOND MAURE, : Alfred, N. Y. E Prep. School, Oneonta High School, : Wesleyan College 1912-'14, Scien- q ' I flee, Beta Theta Pl, varsity Football A C3D, Kanakadea Board CSD. 2 ' ,3 , l- ,4- f NH-gi ,lg-W V-,QV ' 1 lf: A , , , ,l . l--lf, . 1 B, ' f , - X 1 -fi ii A"4 ',J..m- " li'-V' P' 'X' i f1."'17s-fl' ' -ff Z . 4 Tlzirtyl-.fix l 1 lg, I I K 55 ge r g .I I ' 3 i E . ,fl 3 , 5 ,yr-Z i l 2 s ll z fl l I r- A F, A at S, ,- ai. :. if E? x 2. 5535 'E E E5 E 43 is E 5 E rs ' ll u E E 1 'Ea E 5 E E 5 f E . 3 1 En i f I " E: gli? - - -1 - -- ET sf ,E iv Y g- - -in fr vt:-Z -, ..- ' Ts' ' P i 'E , l E E, .i .7 4 1' IA, f its 1 , fi 1 1 :E-T F i A ' xx i 1- E 121 1 Q as ' 1 E ETHEL MAY Mc LEAN, E E Moscow, N. Y. 5 E E a: 5 E Prep. School, Greigsville High School, S E l' Philosophical, Athcnean, Y.'W. C.' 5 - A., Brick C1,2,3D, Fiat Lux Board ' CZD, Class President CD, Class Track 5 F i : .: 1 5 :S COURTNEY BUTLER NORTON, Ex-13, 5 Salamanca, N. Y. 5 Prep. -School, Great Valley High School, Scientific, Orophilian, Y. M. : C. A., Vice President '10 -'11, Clan Alpine, President C3D, Student Senate , - t '10-'11, Varsity Football '10, Vice , President Athletic Association CID, Freshmen Debating Team '10, Class : Track '10, Captain '10, , : is Z E J.. 2 2 I 2 l . i. : E E 1 3 r t tl ': E I C Z ,.. C V' 1: G l ,... 1- E IE 5-' E l 3 ME v 'N ! H fa w e -- ' ' J 7- , wa, ., -is H " ,. 43: L rl f ' R ' kg- Mwfirn or """' 4 - f l" 'f-11' mt rung T t f ii xx: -L-, i f N 1?T '. ,n h ,fs-' in , - Q ' -tg ,jB"""'N2 L f" " .ff-'A lint-., 5 X .,, x ...-f PK X 4 Ylirty-return gf --- 47-vu -N, - 8 D E f E1 -g' N ' 'i ' f 'vf '-gg-":2 u .. A 1 I, F? n NE 9 , l J,-4 ggdg- 'gf 1 f Ilffif Tiki O- ' Q: , 31" E-' 52.1- ,..,. rg:-5 E'E E E 5 fa' 5 2 E T I? : E' r -- 1 5 E 5 E l .2 3 E if QE 5 E 5 L 1 E Q . f K I 2 1' E if .23 ii? E .VE S Jil? A4 , Lowiiu. Frrz RANDOLPH, Alfred, N. Y. Prep. School, Alfred Academy, Sci- entific. Orophilian, Y. M., C. A., HBeehive", Student Senate C3D, Ath- letic Director CD, Assistant Manager Fiat Lux CSD, Assistant Manager Tennis CZD, Class Track C1,2l, Class Baseball C1,2D, Class Basket- ball Cl,2l, Captain CZD. NINA EOLA PALMITER, Alfred, N. Y. Prep. School, Alfred Academy, Sci- entific, Alfriedian, Y. W. C. A., Cabinet C2,3D, Student Senate CD, C. W. O. Council C3D, Class Vice President IZD, Class Track CU, Captain ill. z: . 5 -2-E is lg E E . s 5 E 2 E v5 Q E 3 : ii ii, l :J Q S 3 gi: 1?-E E1 Q S B E Z: E :- B l Z LG. 3 I 1 I ul 5 : E I E E.. 1 2 I2 l 2 l f. - 5 113 5 ill e,.- -5-.e sA-fw.+.fgsfe7e ' f n-my 4 e f A .5 J. ' g - 1-' , ' - ff ij- f , v '-k ai: fi J ii f H- Q .... 5,--wsu - ff- ,c 2 ff -:f i 441.2-i...-2.1-it' , - M --K V 5 .- E 1,---'V-" g,..-- 4 X - "T --' fi! ? 1 Thirty-ezlrlzl 1 5? l.-. ,. Y 4 -.-, , TT --,T--i.-"-" E f 5 ., , M. .. --ji-f B' I I-3 ' R ' : p ' Hlf T' ' , ll -E M Z' s as fs? ' axis T' 1 1.71. -fm ...1 i ,-. Ei 2 --: -: 1.44 1 EF? ""'iE E E. P ' E E - - E if E E : E E E 2 .. In , : E . 55 - E - E E f E 3 - E 5 E E L 1 E 4 I E F I J fn ' I Z 17 E 1:5 E lla-E 5 HiT? i l : E ' 1 ra E z - . MARY KATRXNE VANDERVEER, Dunellen, N. J. Prep. School, Plainfield High School, Philosophical, Athenean, Y. W. C. A., Cabinet CID, Brick C1,2,3l, Class Basketball C1,2D, Class Track C1,2D. W! q .H - .4 Ei E ,EEC- 5 E E 5? 3 5 so o: FRANCES Ouvs THOMAS, 3 5 E R Niagara Falls, N. Y. 5 5 E 5 5 E Prep. School, Bolivar High School, 5 li Philosophical, Alfriedian, Y. W. C. I Q A., Brick CID, German Club CID, ,Class Treasurer CID, Class Basketball fs E 4 1 625. 5 i . E ,i 'V 1' E - 5- E : 5 : ,.. 5 : L sz i sg SE E : :- . as I 1 ,fl i 2 E - .- ' : li 1 F' 2 T 5 .ME Y? .-. - .- mfg: ' '4' ' ee "il Q - Li , .L lifxdv, sf. ' ' ,l -. gil-F.. mt 'Q-is-e'-' 4 5 im' q w? ' W i-iii Miitllflifisi 1 e F- -f 4 . f- .,.,4.L 2if - go. M -f-3' :M - is ' - f--N' ,, A A X-- YR -41-. .fa ff . Thirty-nine 'lfl 'Wi lm E I . 5 13 i ff'-1 --be - ' is i l - -'B' L .H B , .Ei S i' ' -K :":-.-2-F'-'im K W9 -Fx S if Qi 1 -i 39 W- 79:5 ., .. 7 K' ' 1 Q A , in l . X. .3 -"-'Tr 1 if .L ' 'gi ' -if :J 3 5 5 E T 'E 2 f Lucy HELENVVHI1'FORD, Q, Q ? Plains ld, N. J. 5 ll C 2 5 ll E E : 1 l Prep. School, Westerly High School, 3 E X f Philosophical, Alfriedian, Y. W. C. Q r A., Brick C1,2,3D, c. W. 0. coiin- 1 6 i cil C3D, Kanakadea Board CID, Class A E f Secretary CID, Class Track C1,2D. 2 E li? ? fs j 1 i E i 5 2 E EvAMARYWu.1.1AMs, g 4 E 5 S Wellsville, N. Y. 5 3 5 Prep. School, Wellsville High School, l E 'l 3 5 I Philosophical, Athenean, Y. M. C. 2 i A., Cabinet C2,3D, Monthly Board 51 , ' Cll, c. W. o. Council czl, varsity I " : E , Basketball CU, Class Basketball Cl, 1 Q I ZD, Captain CD, Class Track C1,2D. 5 ii 5 'E i s ' T '-1: . i . ' ' " 4 l ,Ll fm: 'wil'-i'-,.ii,ei 'g Ag- 4' iii ff?vfPf 49' I-I0 mx X nl-nfl? 'El s 1 tl 'YT C- '-Y W ,Lf T, N ? N ,xiii .1 f ,, ,. - - Wai' ,,..-fm . aw ESL- X '-- ii --' 2 l Forty T- .A .1...: L-E :Z 11: A.: ' 2 5 E x E : i 3 1 E Wy Sl : , , Y 5 1 -.-,. L., .- ri: ' ' ' A f"'- ' K -y 'F' i . Z.. T 2:-5" - ' r ii A 1 'I '- riff' it ? fi I I l is . ' ll L 4 Mil f' L Z? : ' . 3-"WU ll, 1 so E E-B TE INA MAE WITHEY, Ig Q 'ug I Allentown, N. Y. 3- li Prop. School, Allentown High School, 2 5 ll A Philosophical, Alfriedian, Y. W. C. 2 E A., Cabinet 439, Brick C1,2,3D, vor. gf i I I sity Basketball CZI, Class Basketball I If C1,2D, Captain CZD, Class Track - ll EE 41,25 E , o 1 g EX-MEMBERS OF THE JUNIOR CLASS Q " BEATRICE BAIRD, Almond, N. Y. l 5 E CORREL BARNEYM Belmont, N. Y. 1? DOROTHY BARRON, Addison, N. Y. : ' 5 ? ERNEST CARTER, Canisteo, N. Y. E Q ' - JESSAMINE FENNER, Almond, N. Y. f IRAS I-IAGUE, Canisteo, N. Y. 3 I 5 ERNA K-A-Rosy, 7r"A'M'Q New York, N. Y. ROBERT LYMAN, Roulette, Pa. h ALEXANDER NAUGHRIGHT, New York, N. Y. 5 i K ULYSSES SUTTERI-'1E1.p, Marshall, Ark. A 1 ELSIE THRALE, Angelica, N. Y. lf E .E 2 IE E HE Aff if -1:-'T .- 1 'rims' ----' 1 :- ' is V ' Q - 7,1 air V I 'sz 'j L' , , " ,f ' Q ' " h -:-42:17 l A 'W K bi ll M M ilf I' fe., "" ' I A-'i 51531 Qgii C I ---15K . .Sill Hrty-one I ""' ' 1 l -5 E1 p. .r - - .v ? ... -5 1 12. Qi. n i E J : 12 P .L 1: l- 5 J- H P -7' - 'E g I '-'-i P -' P AP ' ' : .1-..:-- .. :- . A N J ly L I J 1 iff ': " . ? e ' ' f. ig l J ll I if gf 2 .le I ,L y'Y"2YFA, . 5, E E 5 r .A , N. l I , 3 I ce , I I ll I li Z 5 , la ' Q gf, E gl 2 , I . f" 1 ' 5 LE e 1 f JFII. 2 : . 3 y y' 4 ,' F , X 1 QL ' f I 4' OFFICERS is . Q CARL HOPKINS Prerident ' l HAROLD CLAUSEN Wee President 3 D ELL1-:N Houvuas Secretary 5 Roanlvr CooN Treasurer COLORS . ? 5 E Green and White 1 YELL I 5 n Ben class efver seen, Nineleen Seventeen. , Class Roll . Anderson, Eunice Belle, Panama, Phil. Kenyon, Myron E., Westerly, R. I. Sci. ' f l Backus, Claire Coleman, Andover, Sci. X-King, Walter Francis, Olean, i'iSci. : , E , Beltz, John Stanley, Hornell, 'fSci. Murdock, Burtis Rupert, Hornell, Phil E pw ' f Bliss, Hubert Donald, Bolivar, Phil. Parker, Hazel, Wellsville, Sci 5 5 Broxvn, Ruth Lydia, Brookfield, Phil. Perkins, Ernest Herman, Hornell, Phil Q 5 S j' Cobb, Martha Rebekah, Yonkers, Phil. Perkins, Hazel Lottie, Rupert, Vt. Clas E if 1 T Coon, Robert Morell, Leonardsville, Phil Richardson,Mary Zulieka,WellsvilIe, Phil Q ' Davis, Jessica Brocton, Alfred, Clas Rixford, Guy Lynn, Wellsville, 'kArts Q y 3 - Davis, Stanton Hoffman, Alfred, Sci Saunders, Edward Earl, Alfred, Sci. l gn .3 A- Elliot, Marian, Wellsville, Sci Saunders, Harold Briggs, Alfred, Sci 5 ' : ' Fink, Lena Evaline, Bradford, Pa. Clas. Saunders, Mary Emily, Boulder, Col.'kArts , ,N 5 Hammerstrom,Carl Gustav, Corning,'kSci Sheppard, Mark Jr., Alfred, "iSci. E 3 I I Hart, Genevieve K., Corning, Phil Stevens, William R. Tonawanda, Phil. 3 Hoffman Leona E., Shiloh, J. Phil Sutton, Willard James, Hornell, Sci 5 Holmes, Ellen Cleaver, Alfred, Phil Taber, Mildred, Buffalo, Phil. , E 5 1' 5 Hood, Mabel Estella, Hornell, Phil Wells, Dorothy P., Ashaway, R. I., Phil y ' ii Hopkins, Carl Crandall, Almond, Phil Wells, Nellie Irene, Granville, i'iArts. E .E QE iii Jackson, Edna Grace, Ashtabula, O. Phil Whitney, Mildred Carrie, Machias, Phil. E3 'l'Ceramics S 'ig e 5 f Ii ' L L. , - " J i w? ' ' , , Mllllfzirlia E 4 vga .Y f S153 62,4 . A it T - c r X. JF' sfi,gZf--MA C 4 I - . EES' W x Y Y ..--- ff I A , Forty-tlzree 'in 2 E7 " E i E ij 5- L-,. A , V 4 " ' ,f f f 'B 5 F -'L' 5 l fm x ii-if f' J, Z ,i . f 'pf - -1-E ' N a 'P ,J . ' A 'l' 1 J nfl, I' A :MW . 1 1' LE Z X E 2 K i E - rg :z 2 E Q f as 2 - 2 n , 5 5 Z i 4 jfl , , ,Q E E ll e f E E s ' 5 2 3 X E 5 f 3 6 OFFICERS Q Q E f CLESSON Pooua President E E MILDRED PLACE Wee Prerident i A i CELIA COTTRELL Seeretary Z HAROLD NASH Treasurer Q S E I COLORS: Orange and Black. E E - A Y ELL : .llways Ready, Newer Late, fl? U--I -8. Q if 1 Class Roll ' , E . """' 5 ES Ayars, Erling E. Alfred, Sci. Potter, Clifford M. Alfred, Phil. i 1 E ii Babcock, Pauline M. Alfred, Phil. Robison, Lucile B. Salamanca, Art, 5 5 Q P Baker, Alice M. Corning, Phil. Rogers, Leon A. , Andover, Phil. I 'li E 5 f. Bowman, Frank B. Elmira, Sci. Savage, Anna R. Hornell, Clas. 5 l I 5 Clausen, Harold C. Binghamton, Phil. Smith, Ethel M. Alfred, Phil. 1 j Cottrell, Celia Plainfield, N. J. Clas. Trenkle, Rose A. Portville, Phil, : ' 3 1 Crawford, George E. Cameron Mills, Wahl, Julia A. Wellsville, Phil. I 5 Cer. Eng West, M. R. L B h, N. .f Ph'l. li Ford, Gertrude Garwin, Iowa Phil White, M. Enidong Filllccbner, J Phil, Q A Q Gauss, Aloysius J. Corning, Sci Whitney, Norman J. Machias, Phil, 5 . Q Q Greene, Mary Louise Malone, Phil SPECIALS ' I " Harer, Ruth C. Corning, Phil Bass Elmer W Ald I if 3 W . Hildebrand, E. F. Cornwall-on- S Braiaard George H Bingifkmton gg. l in 5 Hudson, ci ' ' 1 ' E , Jackson, W. F. Ashtabula, 0. Phil. ,l?,'fjf5nA'fQjnf,,, H C ,fllffgli MC?- . Janes, Allan Alfred, Art Potter 'Ma ' '19 ms Eater' uslq' F 2 l Keegan, Laura M. Binghamton, Clas. Smerlze Lrganna C ampklf 3' Scl' . Q Maxon, L. M. Wear Edmaaaaa, Phil S,,,,man'H - 'C f Cer- , 5 , azel I. Alfred, French. 5 - 5 Nash, Harold S. Buffalo, Art - g if 5 Palmer Ph H. A . . Blumenthal, George New York Cer, E E 'Ei , y IS lfred StatlOn, Howard Nina H d 7 E 5 5 .Z - v - re Cer. - EE ' ' ' ' Kruson, Joseph Wellsville, Cer. . 3 i f- a - Yf a rf 1 Q2 'Ltr .-,Taj A g -C1 . f ' , A .I Q x - it- 1,1--'N-.rs I I , ,I X., X-S .115 A -g, X 3 A ASM , Pbrty-fifve Fgt r 7 I N zziz " N. - if E 3 g ' f 5 ' 2:- 1 A , 1 E I A if 'f f .1 5' -9 1' Lrg ' .,.-- A ,aw -gg - EE x: E' I , ll, 'll gg I ALL'S WELL THAT EN DS WELL if ACT 1, SCENE 1 2 ii 5-. E if 2' E ' E . Place: Alfred, N. Y. Time: Fall of year 1914. 2 2 E 5 Enter troop of freshmen. 3 fi Z E PREXY: O Lord! And what are these that amble up the way, E Z 5 E These timid babes from apron strings astray I g in 3 And sheltering arms, that kept them from all ill? ' E f T Is't true that milk fed infants can be trained 5 E E 'll 2 And metamorphosed into women and to men in four brief years E, E S J ' of college life? LT E Q Ye Gods! What faith a man must have to live 5 E E , With things which are not, and believe that they, 2 E E From their crude nothingness, will take on form g E N And be, someday, more than a tinkling sound of brass. s Ig ACT 1, SCENE 2 , A ,ll Place: Side of livery.barn. Timer Proc rnoming, 6:10 A. M. jf JUNIOR: See! Look! How in the middle of the pile 5 5 E l The freshmen hurl themselves, and fight to tear 2 Q Q l ughat horrild picture from the guarded wall. 3' 7 E own wit t e proc!" 5 A 5 just hearken to the sound of ripping shirts, E Q coatis, ang-pantsmmd sig!! tiae clouds 5 E ' eate con iment own erce y o'er 5 T 5 Q R Tihe barge gine by limyal frleshman girls. ' i E SENIO : T e cop s ght wel but ow in - thunder do E 5 '-2 The freshmen get sd near the hated prize? E Qhapel bell rinlgs at 6:15. Freshmen gather up their utters and depart, leaving f 5 victorious sop s. 1 f rg T i JUNIOR: Of all the sorts of freshmen I have seen i f 5 5 1 1 These be the bravest. , : 5 E 'Tis true that on the wall a proc still hangs, : 'l 5 And that the sophomores have well earned the day, 5 Q But in ailarger sense, our verdant friends Q L E ,, E Have gained a greater one, in that they fought I? 3 2 Without complaint 'gainst overwhelming odds. 2 ,' 2 !: F? ' E f ACT 1, SCENE 3 E 1 Place: Lonely part of road between Almond and Alfred. E 5 Time: 11:30 P. M. Wednesday night of banquet season. An automobile 5 5 2 5 with three flat tires stands at the side of the road. 5 E ' h Six freshmen stand dejectedly about watching the cursing chauffeur. 5 lst Fros : What the 2 ll E 2nd Frosh: duece do Z Q 3rd Frosh: we care 5 4th Frosh: since- Altogether: We have had our banquet. . 521 ACT 1, SCENE 4 ' Place: Athletic Field. Time: Afternoon of sophomore-freshman football game. , ' - PREXY: fMusing on freshmen.l l I 5 They stick, they stick, I marvel how they stick, , And play the game, and play it well, although g 1 5 The score piles up against them. 5 3 . 5 Methinks that in their attitude I see E ,ig 5 5 My first impression wrong, and I at sea Q 5 E ,ig To call them babes, for in them are Q ,gi E ffl The grit and courage of a man. 2 ? S FROSH: fFrom field.l Always ready, never late, A-U-1-8. if T' 3' 11, ,- 'U T4 . .' A ni L K i ' ?'f,f' ' ,LJ nu: 1-u,1.:. 1.' ' L A Q' I A' ' R 3- ...WJ M 9 1 X A rbi - 1,.,,,. 1 .4 1 . ui. - l Xing YT SN?-s 1 Y 77? ..f- p, X A Forty-rix' LL '1il'i'fls al 1 .2 W ' S ,,,- 4..- JOINTA ' SESSION ij E E .5 f LYQEUMS Q' ' f - rv E m L f " it '- if- A:.:N -W.. is "' - ' i "NT: .N "pin H- 4 ' E 5 t I 5 In -' l? 1, T ' ' ' -in X .fl "l Te ifipi. a E "' X36 " W EE E 2 1 ..- E E ra E fl u 5 a 5 X I E E S E E . e pf . Z : i S 5 E 5 E i E 1 i: E FE E E i E. I E f 1' ' 'Ill : E E E E E ills Ei EMS 'f-F' 1 A All M!-l The Alfriedians MO TTO : Excelsior C OL URS: Purple and W liile FLOWER .' Pzmry MEMBERS . 1915 Bessie Bacon Arlotta Bass Myrtle Evans Lucy Whitford Ina Withey 1917 1918 Celia Cottrell Ruth Harer Lucile Robison Margaret Merrill Ruth L. Brown Julia Wahl Carol Stillman Martha Cobb Spffials Bernice McLease 1916 Ruth Brown Rachel Burdick Inez Cook Nina Palmiter Marian Elliot Lena Fink Gertrude Ford Genevieve Hart Ellen Holmes Mabel Hood Zulieka Richardson Fannie Beach Nina Howard Winifred Howe Ruth Phillips Lcanna Satterlee Gertrude Saunders Hazel Stillman ' 2 v E E 5 5 E fi 1 -: 5 E K I :Q Q if E :E 5 K l l S e I l s i . Ml 5 I' 1' 5 5 if 2:2 i , af: '. gl 7.1 i , ' il: l J nil!! -llz Olive Thomas Mildred Taber Margaret Stillman S 12 E ni ee , e S , ...ei V 1: is Tm' ' -1651, A D T- T 7' 4' i'-7 7, FT T , -A M l ,blk T. N'if1l ,lr?w :WZ ' SN MJJ 1 1 fi ,, A iz:M . -N --fe rxe e '-, ff--'A ..-f-'- A , gm Mx XX S igxj- J 4 X A Forty-night F . : 5 - Q i 'l ,-3.-:5-ze-h'-iiii Ra V " -:L-' A PM P x 5 J l " ' f ' 1 'f '- 'vi Us . ff, 'if' fr v 1 is N ll l S 1 1 A "' 'ai 552: I' , ew P iw 2 l 5 5 5 5 ,fl f ' 5 E 5 5 l E 5 f , f E l lla elf f f fi E , 5 E s Q l le E, l l 53 l 3 ' TE , 7 . E 5 e The Atheneans l M07'T0.' La Sagem' Souiieni L'Uniwr:e I ? COLORS: Yellow and Wine E ' 2 FLOPVER: Margueriie ll if MEMBERS E H In 1915 Helen Gardiner Dorothy Wells Anna Savage , Edith Burdick Ethel McLean Nellie Wells' Madaline West Luella E115 Katryne VandcrVeer Mildred Whitney Enid White gf Ruth Hunt Eva Williams Spm-als 5 il E ' Kids hi 1917 1918 Helen Befelne l 1 Pailiie Pgierign Eunice Anderson xlgzfuling liabcock Rosemary Bole ' Mildred Saundefs iiesciifjll-Pdllliiiian Edlfih Ploerlton gmYlB25kk'12 l i ' Lufile stevens Edna Jackson Wilhelmina Jackson Mezggilret iljaMonte J 5 Ez ll Nathahc Wanzer Hazel Parker Laura Keegan V '14 X it y 3 1916 Hazel Perkins Phyllis Palmer lvladelie Tuttle . V E Abbie Burdick Mary Saunders Mildred Place Ruth Watson S E Genevieve Burdick Rose Trenkle Mary Potter Lucia S. Weed 5 ' I M W1 4,171 if if ' - l 11 L Z , A ' 'Liv .9 ,r,,- ff' gl i g ,f ti f - - -5 T-'P ear S pee-we " N l l Pye.. X X.- if X WB 'l1'Q1-,Ad W ...f f 2 -X P Forty-nina' -5-4 I J", ,ga , . S 333. ,, J, if L E i Z E a is ' E - 1 l E 1 5 E li if e l 1 F1 'l gin E2 f ? g l i lj! s i 1 915 Arthur Granger Horace Hall 1916 Ford Barnard Robert Greene Horace Griffiths Elmer Hunting 1917 Erling Ayars Hubert Bliss George Blumenthal The Alleghanians V NIEMBERS Harold Clausen Robert Coon Gustav Hammerstrom M. Elwood Kenyon Ernest Perkins Edward Saunders Harold Saunders Willard Sutton Claire Backus Burris Murdock 1918 George Brainard Meredith Maxon Harold Nash Clesson Poole N. Y. S. A. Harold Howard lvan Adams Smlinflry Clyde Ehret JlL'I1fh'llI,V S. David Atz 5 E 5 E E I E E : z I E E : 4: E E E I 1 ,FE E. zz 3 fx l It ml 1 E Q62 4 "1 l f E Els E I l J mil! hi E Frank Bowman Aloysius Gaiss Thomas Barber E ' E ff'B2l?Y7-6 l 153' o??2ja3'i.4fj 1- RSV-X f N ,I X Q1 -:+I-f f W, ,,,- 0 0 - 'Q w f Kg "W -.1 A' x WW: X N---TX X' 1 'H e'-' PM X W Fwy E ' 13 , Y KW 1 -, A 'VD 'rf ' im' l 1 - 'f 2 5 -' fl T? '11 i 5 11? o 1 , 1 li 1 XE 3 1 . : X: ' 5 P 2 1 E 11 '51 f 1 ' 1 3 1 6 3 3 E ' 7 T 5 3 1 I I E 1 5 ig E 1 . . f 4 The Orophlllans 1 I, E 5: 5 E 1: E .7 1' Q Q ' MEM1s1:Rs gf 3 : S ' E E 1915 Leon Bassett Mark Sheppard iz 5 gf A I awrcncc Babcock Wfilliam Buck joseph Krusen E L I L M. Grover Babcock Ejlilsg 1913 W ' Percy W' Bmdick 1,0511 Randolph George Cfawfofd 1 5 1 'll-aymond Howe ,917 N' Y' 5' A U Momford H. Pfag john Bcltz ' john Bccbc 5 f james T. Pitts Stanton Davls Neal Clarke 1 . E 1, , ar op 'Ins aro tout I g 1 1 Orho 1,. 1111 C 'H F' H ld S I J 5 15 L I wanur Kung Frederick Thiel Wy 5 1 1 3 'fm Guy 111,111,111 Howard Wilson ' ig E james Austin XVilliam Stcvcns XVz1ll11cc XViIlard Z 511 : E. ILE fx lk 1 :mf 'll T- ,f Z f , , Ak 1' ""'.1 F- ' ...au ' 5 , ifzff' 'V U ,Q K W --Zh BH-1 .aw ,,3.:. 474 L 111 ' 'N'-If X ' 2' Eg' 'Ti 'MY v- kf'1'm-'N - f y ' JAM X R-K wx- - H gigs, -fr f?f ,f' lffim'-one ' F i - .ir . nv. A, i .A.... ...-,.. Yi, M! , F ' ' -- L- 'i ' , ' , ai- 'J ...2 ' is "fare JU E E ,, gl Ui I E X ffl Qi Q1 "Princess Chrysanthemum" presented by the Alfriedians and Allcghanians at their 7 public session, May 20, 1914. E E , 5 E , E . : E : E rimmniimim ww' M' U Uv H" " 'Mini Ew I :-Euan , rg... I1 HU' is . "'?"' I, -I "if Mi I "2 n 4' fl -4 .Q '-7' 1 Q , ,, ' K' V -' - I A., E i E' 1 , 51 Q '-E Q S , IK i 2 'E ? ? si HE ff ? . I- L 2 Q E 5 Ei f. 4 rig il gf- I si 5 1 kg K? 9 ,, i PQ Xj . R 1 744-ig mi-Ii-124 - RL f ' A K ggi ' f?.y, UAW, .sf ig? -' iiiff "yQZ Q ,Qs N335 ,stef ,jf ISGQ V X ' it -- ee si the Qiigxk et: ff' i . -1' 5 -t-- x ig? -ff: 1X K X l'Uify-fwa A ' -2 f f ,fy ,Q 15 I 1: gm' if ? E! .JE EE E S FI b! ,g. f pf 35 E 5 6 1 5 2 5 5 " x ff. E E 5 , 1' L 1 jf 5 1.5 A? jffuwf NZ EQ!! 'iff' 01116- W I ,1. A ',.5 SE i E 2 3. '11 i .: 3 'S 54-Q . Z 5 ul mmlllh 3 -1 5 5 House Committee E 1 3 VIDA KERR ' 15 P!'l?J'i1i!IIf 5 5 Lucy WHITFORD '16 Mrwman TABER '17 - MRS. JOHN MIDDAUGH, JR. flflatran 3 : s M f ta il W3 ' 5 f Q E WZ Brick Girls "I Q Q if E E a E II ,ff ini EH: " ' 7 it e-gfqgyhyfi kk 'A "l" 'i '-in SLM? ..- f:L5'X47' Y Y Q . A ' 1 K 'vw Inj. ' -- L 1--ff" , Sit- , fi? ,N iq- I of V, Q r . . -ax ff' NX Q 1 -A-:"'bf'-l gn-NA - A . - xx D f,Af+Ig , , 7 If X fx, wx ' - 'i 'N Tf.,.'...L-:., . ,.-,, ,. ,iff-. .. .... X17-.L r -If 3 Bglx Fwy-fbur .xt B ,Iggy B B . e -Ig sa i A - Z.: Ai, , g -I A - 5 , 2 I -'I , fl- . 1' 'X x J-li as 92 ' ' I fl' " 'Y X .i ,' ' flu. X. M src- ' E 4 and , r J A ' ' , 1:3 9 In f ali I 3. .gl 22' .E 5, EES 1 I: F1 u li F E. E l E g L2 2 5 . ig E lf E. F E 3: uf .2 E EI 1 1 E g :E 55 Cl: En 3 .2 Z E 5. El ji, . i 5.-E 'Z :Li , 2 is I ..lE.T- 'l The Brick Between the gurgling Kanakadea, just where the old stone bridge crosses it, with its vines and shades of maples, and the grove of murmuring pines, with its wind- ing walks, and secluded settees, there stands a rambling building, just as it stood when our grandmothers were dainty girls, Huttering about this same old building in their Howered gowns. Did I say the same? The same, yet not the same, for even this year the "Brick" has gone through its stage of development which makes it not behind the year of 1915. Q ' First of all there are the Hupperclass parlors", new everywhere, with polished floors reflecting your own image as you look, new chairs, new pictures and curtains and best of all a tea set all ready for use and looking coaxingly at you through the wide doorways. ' Then it is rumored that dinners are at night. How nice it is to see the girls trooping down when the gong sounds at six o'clock, refreshed and happy with no thought ofa quick rush for two o'clocks, and then afterward to stop in the reception room for a dance and song. As the Alma Mater floats out to the world we realize what a happy bunch the "Brick" girls are as they renew the old spirit of love and loyalty to Alfred and to the world. i ,GI ,W Hr, , 'fi E -l E. l 5? Li 5 3 5 E 5 : 5 ' 2 a g 3 2 . Le ' z I 5 fl E 3 L 5. 5 Q 5 E ECE ,. Sf. Iii' N ,E lr! me E 5 l K mr gif X f Ti ' .H in',-fi 'ww' T' 7 'f ' 5 'rs L - F c a ' .t 7 Q f""f ' - -. Y ,g':N"'s I W 54-ff.- 55.1 g -fi i T-Y ....-- 4 Fiffy-ffvf E1 5 A- , I , ! fa 5 - -I I If- -5 4 E 5 - -.1.- ' - -i' , F -E. f 1, . 1 pi .. E:-7 f I Q. 3 I I -,L 7, hx X. ' ,.-, . 1 wil 'i- '5 . M 1 - , 5? - E 3 L if 2 E E 2 ' 5 E E 5 2 ' 'E E E E5 E a E g If 1 E E "1 E.: 5.5 E I E E as N5 ve E 2 E 3' 5 E , I If Q I 5 ,E w.. E I E ..- f 2 'Clan Alpine . 3 E 5 Az, W E ,i 5 S3 iz: 52' 51: Z ga: ii EE La 2 iz S 5 5 BI A :Z -E ra' za, I Rl fl U Pmident GUY L. RIXFORD Wt: Pnzrfdent JOHN BEEBE Steward JAMES Pnvrs E 5, 3 Critir M. ELwooD KENYON E Matron MRS. WILLIAM KING S 'E E. wg in 5' ' :'Z4Ti :'i ' 1 fi?" if ' C'??qf nv' u l L 'fgi31l.li-1'?fri- I- I A' -A' -Q. . M" ' 4 . , GQ L '4iT:g, - I' ,A ,M - . ,gg If -fi-, ,,, f 3 WZ ' "EJ 'g ' I 'll .r'- '--ff T1 ,hi 1'-1 ' I -I xx X Rm - , - 1. f ff 3 R.- X ii., ...f ff .fm I Eflfy-Six ii f. 5 I 5 i . F-Y" r 42" 2 r 'F' - bd BE' " c M-" fe fi e ff -K i f . - T i 5 IQ - e E ' 'iff . 2 I, fi' ' V 1 I f -A? i, x r s ... his 'U - " r ww i Clan Alpme 5 2 E E 5 W : 2 E Stranger-What is Clan Alpine, anyway? Z 5 gif: E Clan flbbanite-It is the only co-operative club in the University. . E gd 5 F1 S--Is it a success? 2 E li ' C. A.-F or sixteen years the clan has smoothed the way to success for many students 2 E E , who have attained high scholastic rank. It has been said that a keen brain goes 5 lf E N hand in hand with good digestion. A good digestion depends entirely on the 5 Q lg quality of the food. So you can draw your own conclusions. i 1 f 'gf S. -Who does the cooking? g as C. J.--Mrs. Wm. King who has been with the Clan as matron for the last eight years. 2 E f S.-Can she cook? 5 C. fl.-They say the proof of the pudding lies in the eating thereof. Drop into the 5 n Clan some day and watch the fellows eat. It would make the dyspeptic die of 5 envy. The meals we get never dull the palate. Q E 3 S.-Is it difficult to enter this club? 5 5 E ' C. 11.-Not at all. The only requirement is that you must be a gentleman. A gentle- 5 lg man needs no cut and dried rules. New members are taken into the Clan on trialg 1 if their conduct is found to be a full yard wide and of fast color, they are accepted. E C ' S. -Well this sounds pretty good. I guess I will join. ' ' Q 'O C. fl. -Do so and you will be assured of good meals and a merry time. I i . 2 S. -By the way who is in the clan? E 5 Faculty Gustav Hammerstrom Cyrus Bloodgood 5 5 Mo,-ton Mix Walter King Harold Brainard 5- 1915 Joseph Kruson William I-Ioefler - E . Elwood Kenyon Fred Intemann 9 I James Pitts B rt. M rd Ck H , .- A E Montford Pfaff Eu ls u .0 any Jlmmerson 5 2 rnest PCl'lCll1S Robert Lawrence Q ,V : Q 1916 . Guy Rixford Alben McGough Q Qi ' James Austm 1918 Daniel Rogers i E . I Cyrus Kruse George Brainard Howard Wilson 5 A I 1917 Aloysius Gaiss Academy Q 5 John Beltz Harold Nash 5 V Claire Backus N. Y. S. ff. Thomas Babe' 5 2 George Blumenthal Harry Anderson nf' Load-' 2 Harold Clausen john Becbe Ernest Greene .Q AE A? f' :Q if "1 141- '- !!U'5"4'1I- --1.. , 'Y' - ' ei' ':" 'Y'-33 ' ff W 1 N - M1 ' -t ' - f 1 ' ' ,LJ ., H+, ...i. es :LQ A -.-QTFH 'Hill fill, , Q! k i-BJ lb llll i e X rbi f: .ft- HT MA 1 "W - 5 ' .a XI g' - if 1 PM f . Fifiy-:wen L s- 54 -.I ?iF iff U' . -L-?'?f ' Q , jf-.Q.j?:1j1 '4fl": 'f i f' f if if 4 f , W 5, Rx x V J' if ,,s,lp, .X ff f ' , . is 5121 A N 3 .L 3 H i il l 5? 2 i 5 S 2 if - E a n i l 1 5 21 l - U , Q l E i 5 l 5 lf ' f Q E P . 2 5 f it fl l ' x E ' i Q 7 ' S Q- a 5 Q 1' 5 E pig - f 5 Burd1ck Hall 5 il? E ' Q f 5 ff ' l PERCY VV. BURDICK, zllnmqgfr 5 fl S lf E 1 5 .flu The Hall is ours, and the largeness thereofg the rooms and all that lies therein N U' 5 i F - X For it hath been founded upon equality, and established for welfare. gl l Who shall he admitted into our midstg or who shall call himself one of us? l S l i Q I ff He that hath a clean heart and a nimble hraing who doth not laud himself nor slur on others. 1 3 ,ji He shall be welcomed with open arms and the joys of the Hall shall be his. Ml lf 4 E 5 2' 1 And his days shall be filled with happinessg his nights with dreams of deep peace 2 gg f sf E sm s S, ug ' -' if Tia? ' '2LiL-11+-:..l ' Lt iE:?:.ii'L2f1:Hf X - " F?" - ef S? " i X We t ell? .-f Z ' bf if fe nil fc H H s 1 it if l 5' t A 'W-U " Iii? " 'iff-Q fi. tx 1 X'-X'-sei ie. -Ng:A--- Lf: 5-f" H ' ' , Wild e X --- XXX 1 ZSWL .ff 15' 2 t 1'ffY,v-fitfif i a L.: E 5 1 : i 1 113: .-M- O' fi -5.14 - 1 "'Te:f" Qi- ii-h:feg.,., 1 -fi? -. 1? .K -l F f . Q W -gl 4 if ' ' r ig' " E 1? . -3 .4 , 7 I , i, Ex X. 2 .1121 Q Thi . "' - The Burdick Hall Dlrectory tg FIRST FLOOR in E E Room 1. Grill for the tired and late clansmen. ': sz W Z 2 E U I 2. The Clan Alpine dining room. , qi nz 4. . Music room Patronized by local talent. gg O5 1 ' -n E li 3 5. Chapel. S Q5 E SECOND FLOOR h j' 4 E E N 7. The Institute of Applied study Q ' 5 pf 2 Joseph Krusen, Presidentg Walter King, Manager. X 8. Beltz Sz Greene Brokers in Checkers. 'll E i CNo stock can be taken in this.D 5 9. George Brainard Because Specialist. gi 11. Doc. Beebe Office Hours:-Ocassionally. , 5 E Doc. Lawrence Visiting Hours:--Most of the time. fn ' 5 12. Studio of Rix the Cartoonist and Jack of All Trades. ' 5 A - E - ii THIRD FLOOR E E W 13. Gaiss and I-Iilderbrand Undertakers CNo ghosts accepted.D f A 14. The Retired Ministers Pension Fund Montford Pfaff, Representative. .lg 5 E A V 15. Howard Wilson Everything in F lashlights.. , li 'B 17. George Blumenthal Dealer in fine spun yarns. , S l l E :S I E 5 18. James Austin Author of "A Step and a Half in my Career." 2 ft FOURTH FLOOR 'l il H 19-20. James Pitts 1 Chairman of the Board of Correction. 1 Percy Burdick Superintendent of Grounds. 21. The Tired Business Man's Recreation Club. i ? ' D Burris Murdock Gym. Master. I l Harold Nash Mat Instructor. l 24. The Patent Extract Co. A l IJ Backus Sz Brainard Tunes painfully extracted from any cornet. I 5 all 25. The Pioneer Matrimonial Bureau E S '- Dept. A. Ernest Perkins. ig E 'lv Dept. B. Willard Sutton. E I LE ' ear T T5 Tia! . .- Riva . 'gf S M 2.-, - ., W .. My Z , 3 A. 2 ee-'Ere-g N' +11 .242 M W --Ji as L, . 1 Z . .,,gf.,.1. 22:- f- 1 -- -fig - 'fssrfs' T L- Q""""" ' -"" A . 1 I 353.5 x -Y T -15 - f A .VAX . fifiy-ninei ,E ,.. I -4 : 35-? ' 7' - 0251 Mail. F . is-4- - . fl, C ag V D 'I V 1511 . f T Es! Nf ' 3 ff 2 . 5 5 .G X f. 5.3 Qi. i . 1 ' E gp 7 . - f' 5 fl s 5 - ' H 1 ? , A! N 'h if a - 5 5 Eta Phl Gamma Q 2 fi' g F. G. CRAWFORD President f L. M. BABCOCK Critic 1 5 Milf R. M. COON House Manager lj S NIRS. H. A. JANES ' Matron fi 5 .ME ug 3 . .a by Mus.-. a .1 a . Muzi .ER N g:JC iE4iBf iL1F'N J ,4 ?f! ' X SLX Y :1 -Y -i' 'fa e fig -a , L x i,-I .- ' E ll I' X ' sf.. his as EE E mmf If N-u ilfll Illl T m 'U Lf: Q an 5 5 an iillmlli ml TCNIIH I lml ll In the fall of 1910 the Eta Phi Gamma came into existance as a simple board- ' ' ing club. The members proved so congenial and the associations so pleasant that the 1 next year a constitution was adopted and the club was put on a permanent basis. 5 In the spring of 1913 it was decided to organize permanently and a' house was ' secured, where the club members have since made their home. This plan has work- ' ed admirably. As a home, the club has been a success, and each of its members feel - that the social and fraternal spirit which it fosters will in after years be one of the pleas-. antest memories of his college life. bers now in college are: ' L. M. Babcock '15 f Q E. L. Buldick '16 R. MK Coon '17 5 3 F. Crawford'15 If . E " 3 -' 5 G. E. Crawford'18 me UUF1 ' N CDO -:.,g,' is as :ci if 5..- Eli ll'll'T" 'W 4fmmuHl'mf,fu4UliKF" """'N'fUTiI mg rw H af 5 -MJ ,-Af.-,E cz? 'N .1 N ,, y f- - - TIM -M n :frm un un... nulmliillll llllllllhi ' 3 At present the club numbers thirteen members besides its alumni. The mem- M. M. Groves '16 C. C. lilopkins '17 AI' Janes '18 L. M. Maxon '18 W. Stevens '17 O.fL. Vars'1S E it-11' , f f . rglzazqffgr-E 'fs xv M ii Qi ....' -1+--ext - fi. E S . E : : I 5 , : 1 l : : 2 : 1: G E E - i V L .. , ip: 1...-gl Z: E Fi, 1. i f i g Sz. . E l l i 'll gf I 5 : E E I. '. 4 fl l E V 175.- E 7 gg - V 1. . .J "4 '1 ' f ' ' -f Tr 'J' 1 - - 1. -.. . r y -I I! , . Rn --,v:L ...W - Y- -- V .v--.W - 1 , V -V y - m n ' ini'-A -4-1 1 f- 4 7 4 4 'eg , -5 . X ' ' mi U 5 V gif. V 1 T gI'1 i s " 4. 15,-'uf' 1 t., 'fl' ' ' ' .-I ' ---Y ,, , T' :"" ' ':i?v,, 3+ -M fx EP- xg-xl A,+ -va-,II Y , , f V n It ,,fji, A f 'km V Q -V 13' , K . E n ' 'I X 3 gl Q9 . l u - 1 F 1 Q . I1 - I K r i 5 . G f 1. 1 ? K E - 3 . 5 2 E '1 . ' . 5 K. K. K. . 2 Lqilo riglu: 2 Stfmdirzg, Ford B. Barnard, , Q E J I fuan Adamy, fl 3 Frank Bowman, ? 1 f Ge,-aa Platt, , Gerald Sfzoeefzey, 5 f Harold G. Herrick A Ig ' ' Sifting, .Hubert Blzkf, X g g I Cbfde Prefiofz, 1 I Raymond .Hofwc, I 5 M , , 2. , llzomaf Barry, X E E 111 Grofver Babcock 2 k g Sa: -,J 5, 1 ff xx N 1 .J C K- gLf JJ!! 1 I4 - xx .,!'j,,2' K me :ty X MKS? E'S!Lj 'E:'bfWm-A 1 fkkf . Sixiy-two - - f -' 4? --Q-- E ' L f Fv il? A ggi- M, 7,142-rg v ,T-is -' N I N' X 4, EQ , gl . fm l 6? W 1 "sg A ,. " 1 A "' Q25 A A ' ,Nail W X 5 'a Q 1 5 ? E 5 5 5 5 2 E E E f. J. Ryan, N. Garwood, 5 5'-Q . . . - ' gf p , W7lham Shelf Louis Ball, A 55 5 E 5 551 Roy Bailey, kfellington Ward, 2 l 5 5 hfilliam Bragdon, Samuel Guthrie, I E 2 .- ' I E Xl Daniel Babooek, Ferdinand Yittsworth E If 5 fffilliam Langworthy, Louis Sage, ' ' 6 ti Howard Clarke, Charles Meurhess, W DWVIXV' 'Ik E ' Urman Whihnore, I-larry Hopkins, John O'Connor, L. IQ Bacon, 1 5 Q C.'I'1 McMaster, R. C. Dore E V5 'E , H. H. Allen, J. H. Randohoh, 5 1 L Stajord Cleveland, Wi H. Whizyord, E fl ' L. R. Crandall, M. S. Bowne, n E. W. Knapp, D. K Saruey, L l ,. 5 " 2 I. E. Teiper, E. I4 Champlain gl , 7 Merle Coats, flrehie Champlain, E . ' nffoi, Woifmy, William ammo, 'fl , Robert Garwood, Charles Chi man, 2 '- . I - .. P N - Frank Hilh f. B. Bradley, J f if . hnlham Qowne, Lee Miller 3 l ' Robert Cary, Edwin Weinheimir, ' " I l Gerald Geloagan, H. P. Colton, -1 Harry flrrnstrong, fohn Ninus, ii I Jrtlzur Cottrell, Justin Ernst, K ' E Larry Bhss 5. .ME . 5 LEE ' I 5 f FE'F'4,, , 5-'L ' L ggi: ' ia' ' ' 1 , W e f fi. 4 " K-, 's X -i 5' fix -f if X , Sixty-three I N .. 1 ' frffo e P- -To cj ez -- I . l 5.4. -. X -6 M 1 V J X. A 7 f1!ll,,.7 f , . - . it Ti.: - ah! E or :-ff 4. :Q Q 5.2 ll g . Es l' Elf el l 4 E l 4 5 .-1' ' ll 22 if: X. Z, Wm New York State Ceramic Society 3?- The year of 1914-15 has been a prosperous one for the New York State Cer- I 4 a amic Society. Few meetings have been without a full attendance and all have been characterized by lively discussions, coupled with Congeniality. The topics to date have been as follows: wo' 32 :fi i s : Z l ? l 1 : l ll i l i s E55 5 5 I 2 sei 'ln E ' E ' i Els E l l .I : E Sept. 24 The Summer Session of the American Ceramic Society. Prof. Binns ' 'Oct. S. The Measurement of High Temperatures. Prof. W. A. Tittsworth I Oct. 19 Quarry and Promenade Tile Manufacture. Prof. Montgomery Nov. 5. Slag Brick. P. w. Burdick,15 Nov. 20 On rho Theory of colloids. R. M. Howe '15 Dec. 5. On Geological Formations. Prof. Binns j Jan. 6. Fluxes and Fusions. M. G. Babcock '15 E i Jan. 28. The Hexite and Pentite Theory of Alumino-Silicates. Prof. Bole 5 I VE bmlfilla 1 figlgtifsfll ' ' K XM-Xxexix' f?f5.-, or k X 1 Sixtywur I' ' Li ' f , , Y "-' -"' -M 3 11 AV.:.-, ..-...n , ' , We 1 f of A lla lr ll gt ,' fl if E if f li l i I l l E 1 l E 'l T li I ,l 2 S ll 1 1 1 5 E l , l l The Hikers Club Preamble to the Constitution ' 5 t I We the members of this society, believing systematic and well regulated exer- .15 5 cise to be beneficial to such mental, physical, and moral activities as are requisite to all l' 5, I F high purposed student lifeg and moreover believing pedestrianism, properly supervised 3 and systematically regulated, to be especially profitable, do hereby declare ourselves a fl E 2 fraternity for the furtherance and promotion of the art of walking. 5 1 A Section 1. Article 1. This fraternity shall be known by the name of "The 5 'h ' Alfred University Hikers Club." l MEMBERS r 1917 Ernest Perkins N. K S. ff. 5 , Harold Clausen Guy Rixford George Brainard I z John Bela Sutton Howard Wilson 5 - V Stanton Davis lil E Joe Krusen 1918 ffrademy K 'Ig u Elwood Kenyon Elmer Boss Ronald Babcock E E Ti: ... -4 J 1::?:1: ' gJE- '-" i - 1 "I ?-gi - W. lll!,9 .55 I ? ' A M r, 7 , lk r rg'-A., Tliliy f 2,1 ' i is lx Ls ,a aa .Q1.l,,l. gig.. A All , 'ci ' WC -7 5 m - . -fi' "' ' , r X gg--A R-.S i . I Sixty-fffuz an Q-Y-A xc xx E, E : ZZ ,wg A, 5 .' " 1 gs : I WI, 2? fi g T 3 E 5? ? 5 E E 'V ' E E , . 'D 1 V h 551 y l E 1 f 5 1 - F ' 5 f' . ' I i 1 5 2 5 L 5 S 5 5 5 3 1, 2 9 - E 5 E ' i 5 1 ni 9 ' ' ' l 1 j College W omen s Orgamzauon -1? 5 i I' 5 E "I 5 l 7 5 fn coUNc1L 3 1 l EDITH BURDICK '15 Presidmf fl I il l' CAROL STILLMAN '15 ,diff Prerident LEONIA HOFFMAN '17 Sec.-Treas. f 1 5' , 5 A ,. Inf MEMBERS , z A NIILDRED SAUNDERS '15 VIDA KERR '15 , ig NINA PALMITER '16 LUCY WVHITFORD '16 MILDRED TABE11 '17 1 E I il The College Women's Organization was formed for the purpose of bringing 4 S E 1 in a more eflicient relationship the women of the college, that they might control them- E i I 1 slelvgs 23 a bgdy and rergltlllate actiyitiets. pertaining E0 glean, which arednot regukteddllly 1 t e tu ent enate. e mem ers lp consists o a t e women stu ents mt e 1 - J . eral Arts College of the University and is represented by a council chosen by the organ- 1 j Q lil 1 ization. The council holds meetings twice a month and the organization four times a 5 I , . . E Q A , year with special speakers and programs. 1 1 I 3 The organization is meeting the demands made upon it and is becoming a per- 'E A ji manent ideal which the women of Alfred University are seeking. E IVE in in ne-in ' "n 07 In L ib - N ' M 'fe X lk an f 71,1 - 11 ' it 'us 5- f 5: E , - -2 All we 5 ng " 9 - x 5 iBQ4.gf ' ,Ne rf 1-fi ,, 4 xr Sl" s agtf ff! 2 Sixly-.fix : Wye- 1 -.: Y i J 3 1 --.: v- ,fs -in 5 p - -. .K ---,lbw f , - 3 ': 5 ' T.: E51 ' l ? . , r- , " A, ' -f , 1 fi. LE , . , f s i -E-"E ,i ' ' , ' THR. -. ' Eh? ' ' ., 2 A ' A Y .K i it ' . ll Ch r1st1an ASSOCIKIIODS gg S S Y W. C. A. 2 E E E : 5 5 2 5 r E nl INCE April, 1914, me Y. w. C. A. ofAlfred 5 l J University has been advancing along another 3 E E A year of conscientious work, ever keeping in 5 El E mind the watchword---"Not by might, nor . l E li power, but by spirit, saith the Lord of 7 If Q Hosts." Several very successful years have 5 f already passed, but every effort is being put . E 6 forward to make this year more successful ' E E than any preceeding. 5 S A very helpful course in Bible Study has been completed and a course in Mis- A 5 sion Study ishnow in progress. Some improvements have been made in the Y. W. E P C. A. rooms and an interest is being taken on the part of every girl to make the rooms lv 1 E E seem cheerful and homelike. The membership of the Association. has been raised to 5 E E: ninety-three per cent of all the college girls, the average attendance at the Sunday T 1 evening meetings being about thirty-five and at the weekly cabinet meetings very nearly E perfect. Q 5 ,, A delegation of twelve attended the Student Volunteer Convention held at ' 3 5 Geneva, New York, December 4-6. Two of their number came back Student Vol- i i 5 r 5 unteers. Upon their return, the delegates gave very interesting and helpful reports. fi i At present, a committee is at work on a play to be given by the Y. W. C. A. girls i 4 E - for the benefit of the conference fund. Some other plans are also being worked out E E in regard to this fund. It is hoped that there will be a large delegation to the Summer Z 7 2 3 Conference held at Eagles Mere in June, 1915. 5 5 On December 8, the College Y. W. C. A. joined with the Agricultural Y. E E 3 7 5 W. C. A. for the purpose of entertaining the new members. And on january 31 the ' two Associations held a joint Sunday evening meeting. May there be several more ? 4 . joint meetings before the year closes, as the girls in both Associations should have a warm, kindly feeling toward each other. 2 E On December 9, Miss Margaret Flenniken, the National Y. W. C. A. Secre- A . tary paid her first visit to Alfred. She met with the different committees and their f respective chairmen and gave them many useful suggestions for the Association work. il ' Her suggestions are being used to achieve the one big purpose of the Associa- ,I 5 l' 5 tion--"To unite the women of the University in loyalty to Jesus Christ, to associate 1' if E ,E them with the students of the world for the advancement of the Kingdom of God, and ' E to enlist devotion to the Christian Church and to the religious work of the University." E l A-, ME E IE if in 5- , -5 r- 'LQ i 11954 sag- 3-ivy v ' ef' -.- ..' - .-- 'h .P+ Q . -, HIL. P In fl, - .I V it X I' YEEIIVA 4 i :-Q- - iff f . f ' f ' f 4 ' nun 1..ii.s.'. eu L - "-sfgwi ffviff' - J' 1 , . K bs- hifi, X wifi- g W - T E g N, ,,,,V.a,l', 2 1 5 as Zigi.. Xi 'Ss i- A "f -1? ff A I Sixty-:rum if it i -Z:-??il In if rsqai 4: V -M, 5,-"Plz 3 55 5 M E N ff 5 5 , ,l f E gf iv 1' C I f Q .gl :l t E Zi new Y. W. C. A. Cabinet 'ITE - -1 'E E ? i g . g l I I Ill a g a s T egg ,. if lg is Eli e l J .lf :IZ NATHALIE WANZLR Pmident - ' NINA PALMITER Wu Presidmt 5 DOROTHY WELLS Serretary i A ' ' EDITH BURDICK Treasurer 2 MILDRED SAUNDERS Mission Study MABEL MICHLEIL Social Service 5 NINA PALMITER Membership MILDRED TABER Bible Study EDITH BURDICK Finance RUTH HUNT Association News EVA WILLIAMS Programme KATRYNE VANDERVELR Conference 1,3 INA WITHEY Social E F' -5 I gl i W ' fel , S 1 1' my -c'if2"' Fszig.-.4225 ef I , , ,Q Y, , I' f' 4 -i . 'Ci v' -u4TTg,L ' i " ff! Z f ' '63 R22 1 ,iff 'N' :'i1i If I 1 iqif ' I fi' ' :T 'S-Z' i. , iii, "W """ - isa.. S S..-T S' X- i. , ..,- 1 I ,aint Sl-Xfj'-Klfhf .1 i :s Q1 Ei E I V 1 I ,. - ,M 4 34. . 4 f I-5 st ? 1' Ri 5 0 ' - E11 - m D' wg 1 H - . . x g 3 l s ' x' ' ? , ' g i 5 A 1 L Q E 5 ? , W . 5 - - 5 F' Y. M. C. A. Cabmet Q4 5 L, ' E Fizz I E FORD BARNARD IJl'L'3'jl!6llf ll U j' RomcR'1' A. GIQEENEI 171-e Prcyiflvnr Q. '. A 2 2 x l EDXVARD SAUNQERS Smrrmjv I ARTHUR GRRNGER Y?-mszu-sr E 1 5 i I CTHO l,. 'VARS Membership S'I'AN'I'ON DAVIS Conference 1 E : is Ii1.wooL1 ,KENYON Social I ,I . - 2 lu E jj 3 'l ug U1 3 f grbgfflgiyt ' R sg, 9 WH ,, -, Y.--, ,V Wziufl. .I E f -- WS, awgfiiia , ,D X , '11-gin!-RW 1 3 n 'U' " D ftl -fin? k f f Ja.3"--- NA' M X X -4 jg? 3:4IB.Z S'b' iii? A ,fri ' , X. Sixty-nine 4 I 5 f 11,5 A J 'S' E ' il ' S . , Q -1 2 Q ffgp gl? 7 l if 1. .1 1 5 . .' f at 5 f 7 . ii i - 'li 1 R 1 5 g . Flat Lux Board Editor-in-Chief 2 AARON MACCOON '15 4 5 Associate Editors l 2 : FINLA CRAWFORD '15 L5 li ? HORACE HALL '15 Q -1 HUBER'I' D. Buss '17 , ' ' HAROLD STOUT, N. Y. S. A. '15 D NEAL J. CLARKE, N. Y. S. A. '15 LEIGHTON Bovrss, N. Y. S. A. '17 f Manager I GROVER BABCOCK,15 1 Ili! Assistant Managers lj 2 , ' LOWELL RANDOLPH '16 H if WM. HOEFLER, N. Y. S. A. '16 2 5,115 5. UE , ' 21 1 . t?2if'5'f5'f s' ' 3 fi Qi -in 7- 'if ?iTff iw 21 1 Wm L X sa--.-fX'X'f17'ff if-2ggL.tfwf ., if X i Sefvm ty if ' 'iii' - 'W 1 ' ' -f ' T 'E - 3s --- - AAQL'--s Lzi- -.. - , ' N 'X r "I, - Q H : i --g i . I A g. f. .p X n "5 -9 1' I , - inks X J i gqfi .I ' E - A A e ' e 4 .A g ' 'Qi Q. ' ' . 'f ? l Flat Lux T 1 5 ITH the beginning of the college year of nine- f ' Q teen hundred thirteen and fourteen, jour- W, E nalism in Alfred University entered upon a Qi i 5 new and advanced stage of development. R E 5 Fl In 'ic' X E if E : f le E . E 1 E E 'l 'I E q E . p, l l .lr 5 ,j 2 np: 3 Eli 'E 'E SM 14 A i lbs: Up to that time the student publication, issued each month under the name of H The Alfred University Monthly," while excellent from a literary point of view, had offered but meager U opportunity for the cultivation of journalistic talent. The fact that it appeared but once a month rendered it practically valueless as a medium for the transmission of University news, with the result that it became merely a repository for freshmen themes fortunate enough to be recommended for publication, and for the efforts of a few aspiring poets, dramatists, and short story writers among the students. For a time this purely literary function seemed adequate for the needs of the school, but with the establishment of the State School of Agriculture, the growth of outside activities, and the consequent widening of student interests, there was an in- creasing demand for a real news organ, appearing frequently enough to keep pace with events of general interest, to record the progress of new institutions, to foster the spirit of unity among the schools of the University, and to provide an avenue for the expres- sion of sentiment. Paradoxical as the statement may seem, this development was para- llel with, and to a great extent, dependent upon the awakening realization of the re- sponsibility resting upon the shoulders of the students under the comparatively new system of student government, the logical results of the evolution of the democratic principle in our University life. , For some time these new needs had been vaguely felt, the inadequacy of the old U Monthly" under the new conditions was unquestioned, but'it was not until the fall of nineteen thirteen that any decisive steps in the direction were taken. It had been suggested that a weekly was what was needed, but the idea had met with such opposi- tion that it was dropped. Enthusiastic reformers, however, brought it again to life, and at the first meeting of the H Monthly" board for that year, under the administration of Robert D. Garwood '14, it was voted to attempt the change. A committee was appointed to draw up a constitution, and after due deliberation, submitted the present one which was unanimously ratified by the board and adopted by the student body. The first issue appeared on October twenty-first, as a four page paper under the name of "The Alfred Weekly." As the result of a contest in which Donald Clark '14, submitted the winning name, it was published the next week as the H Fiat Lux." Soon after it became apparent from the volume of news available that the space could profitably be increased to eight pages, with the result that it assumed it's present form and size. Since that time its development has been rapid, and the suc- cess that has attended it has amply proven that it is meeting a very real student need. It is, however, owing to the small size of our University, a difficult matter to finance the paper, and it is this fact that renders unremitting and conscientious support on the part of the student body absolutely necessary. If this be given there can be no doubt that this crucial stage of its existence will be safely passed and a long, prosperous, ' i 71--1+-Y 'r . f ,,,.,f-- f U ft , . .I WF' ., +51 K! A n-f- . -- A , Ink -1 V' ,, , ,X Z , Li ""-l W"-" i"' ' 4? ,QPEWL f -E '1 - --f - , fl ,f A 5,-.1 X e .r r g.-. .uni- A and useful life assured OUR PAPER. Q' .. ' f l W: -jfs fqiiilf--N's 4--f -m ge i i s f 5 Q eifl SE E55 EEE 7 E I 'IE fl '- ' izfi We ' s E F E12 'EV E EEE .,.. W. , . Seventy-one i :si Ex an E . 5-v f - J Ei filil- - A- , f-'tt-if1i'f"l 'X ge' K 'g ,W - ,, ' Q ?" ' ' I 1 -.5 5 "mfg V' '- f 4.4. is X Q E 1:-if E :lg 5 f E 5 1 , ,, A 41 5 - t 3 5 ' l g E x ' 2 H f 5 f S - 1 E W W5 f ? 5 1 E 5 E Ei E :A s "I E X E 5 E f ' W I,1 .I if .f " f- -: 'A ig W' ,. ' W XM ' 1 457 , '4L5f5s3QJ',TN 1 Z - ' , , A "'f,','!, 'ff -i ms ikxk - -If ,LQ-rf Q- xg ,,wk!1:'g'i7 ,E E LX' n-Alu WHSLE9 "" " Q :ik mx k -ii s 't-':1.L11'Is?-Y L? 'EFA N ' 'Valk X ,AK S-SN igsh, -F! fi Y ESX Seventy- Two WMATICS H P A 5 Y' ' ' 'f" l"lI'l'4' 'I' ' 5 'I 5' '1""i'HII"ll""I" uf I I I A I A , V If X fi P 'LJ' ill: ' E Rl -EZILZ R 'SL 4 3 . - xx 5, .- 3 ' :se " 2 1 A' 1 -1-i?LT' ' 1 - ffl- i L9 , I ll.: Ill U Y ,1',,,,gf, , .-- - 1x" . A ' We I -fi lx :: f v-A E , ' Q E l A R :fri I Q? R l l i 5 ' 2 li l s f Q Z 1 X l 5 9 ,lg W 2 -' l 5 5 l 5 L 1 ? : I l 5 f E ' Footllght Club 2 EQ - fl ' 2 - 5 OFFICERS Q Pg 2 E 2 Presideni ARLOTTA BAss 2 4? 2 Wee President ROBERT GREENE l ? 1 Treasurer HQRACE HALL 5 In Q55 Sefretary PAULINE PETERSON ? l ? Businefr Manager GROVERI BABCOCK 5 5 fl 2 ' MEMBERS X Q 5 1915 James Pitts I - Arlotta Bass Padline Peterson l E Grover Babcock S3.l,lndCI'S E Elizabeth Bacon Otho Vars 1 l EFCY Burdick 1914 I ll AaronlMacCoon . 1 5 ll Horace Hall Ivan Fiske X ,f 1-Efg Vida Kerr 1916 g li ll Margaret Merrill Robert Greene E ' lg X. ' KM H KLAQ Q ' YM? X 'Gs El m a EP' .L 7-2? A f n' Us W E9 X R1-fi -ff -Q-if ' K Xa-K guljgxwf, f ff! fr 3 X Seventy-fbur ? 1 C "TF TTT--T"- fL'je'2ei M v 3 5 f N b 3 in ' T . 74' 13 -1 Y? 1 5, P -5 ' 1" , ,-,Q 4.--, T' Ifll llllfll nm nmmmn liblllii l IIUTWTUTI u c n- U. nw n .wmv mmm- mznmnmnm mmm-,mm mm H U ul - ..,...s '-A"'75 ax: - N-.s 1 .J A 1 ,.."' .. ul . -. -in .... .... - ... numvnm uuumhl .. . n Nmlll HH L lm - mul Il' HF' Hill i i X ii.-E i The Footlight Club OR ten years, the Footlight Club has stood for the organized effort along worth while lines of the best dramatic talent in the col- lege, members are elected after a consid- eration of a performance in some play. H The Truth," by Clyde Fitch, was pro- duced last year, and the criticism in the Fiat Lux for May 26, 1914 shows that the work done by the members of the Cast did not lower the splendid standard maintained by the club. Hln producing Clyde Fitch's ' The Truth' last Tuesday evening, the Foot- light Club of this year boosted local histrionic standards up several notches. It was a splendid piece of work thruout, a remarkable amateur performance. It was grati- fying to notice the careful enuniciation and the adequate voice force of the performers, the well assimilated lines, and the power to interpret the parts not only by the spoken word, but also by suitable gesture and facial expression. Only rarely were false notes struck. "The representation of Becky Warden by Miss Bass compares very favorably with similar work on the professional stage witnessed by us. Her ability to bring out the subtle charm and winsome way of a womanly woman, one who has our sympathy from the outset in spite of her ugly habit of lying, was wonderful. Tom Warden, Becky's husband, is a big broad shouldered man who trusts his wife implicitly and is not easily stirred up, the part was taken by Aaron MacCoon and is the best dramatic work he has done yet. Two difficult parts to play just right were those of Roland and Mrs. Crespignyg they were adequately and appreciatively done. Mr. Clark, as Lindon, Miss Wallace, as Eve Lindon, Miss Peterson, as Laura Fraser, and Ivan Fiske, as the butler, succeeded admirably in their various roles. H Such a meritorious tradition for excellent work in dramatics is a contribution to our community life and woe be he who shall tear it down!" A carefully chosen cast is at work for the production, during the early part of WW 5' 5 3 E E E E ff J 'E i if i :uc a.: E ei E I 5 2 . 5 I : 'E S 1 I 2 :-. c E 3 g 5 l I K li F S 3 .- I X ,Q P S x 1- rl iz: I 5 ,E 3: :' df? E Hg the spring, of H The Melting Pot" by Israel Zangwill. ' E JE 2 I ET QT- I? -5i , - , . ef 'ffp 1. 'QW' - f?'fl Q 5? P ig ' 07, In G- cgi! , - X - L. M ', 5 5 l Will 4 ' SE- L - i ' +C is ' M y 'Z ' i 65' 1 -fif i s ig'i3l'f'-i ffy? ff' X X I-fxlff 'W .ef ! Sefuenty-jf"ue e44gA f f ' -' EPE 535, 7,,. 1 e -ii If-ffl K Qi , -, : l o ' l ' , -La?"" 2 .M inks ' L 6 JU lllllll lllllll ' af 1 i s E ,.. E E ul lllllllmlli Q 5 , Q 5 2 f fl i l lx 'I E H la 5 2 i f 5 I 3 2 .il 2 7:-lg EE My Lord in Livery CAST LORD THIRLMERE lirlingg Ayars . SPIGGOTT-An old family butler Robert Greene HOPKINSTA footman H. Clausen 5 ROBERT-A page Herbert Nash '- SYBIL AMBERLEY-Daughter of Sir George Amberley Bess Bacon : z Q C , i : : E 5 R l g l l l i till 1 S 3 5 6 EEE fi if iz i n yi E15 E 5 l I ill is Il ' j LAURA-Miss Amberley's friend Mildred Taber Q 1 5 2 R0sEfMiss Amberley's friend Mary Saunders K -' h Presented at the Fiat Lux Fair, December 21, 1914 ? . in - - X . 1114155 1 fa' f' 43 Neff Agfa, ,M L. . S M M -Q ,I C fb eigiiff-ggi an m-N iw- . lx -an 27.1 , if 4- , f 4- .45 . ' 11 fu M y 'f Z fee 2-M L L I --Mi lne' 1 Q mx Ib--my -' 2 -ijir if 'go' i.-42L 2r- . N W - sec,-e r ee -eo of-f -"' ,.,.-- ,L ' . MH L- X4 o ' f-lift: ii ,ix X Sefumly-six U U my W new Q 4 1 E E 2 Ei E P I if E : gf ' 'E 5 'E 5 2 I 1 1 E E e 5 E 2 E F E I5 , F - ' :gi- . 7-F1 Av. ,X if Z , NE, ,Q 1' ' ' Eg I-: :ln 5 -g 5 ' 5 2 L E' Y s E N - 2 Athletlc AssOc1at1OD DIFCCKOFS z PERCY BURDICK President : RAYMOND MAURE Wee Prexident 1 : : FINLA CRAWFORD Treasurer 5 i I MILDRED TABER Serretary 5 OTHO VARS Senior Reprexenlalifue lj LOWELL RANDOLPH Junior Representative .X E l'lw PROP. D. BENNEHOFF Fafulty Representative 2 E 2 C. F. RANDOLPH PRO!-'. G. A. BOLE E: '1 E 15 F. H. ELLIS PROF. J. N. NORWOOD 2 S S AS i I. L. FISKE ' - A J f- if . - .D . ff are we L' x .am . f Ln, f 1. 'W ham w ' MH 'w N X ' R D A -- R SZ'-, ?t:Y Ji 1 g Sfilfllfj'-fllghf ? V2 l R fl I Kris ' 5 L ' L ffl , fl g 1 x E We E i M I mr 'E IJ B.- 4: : : F' ?. F? 1 i W A- Y f v V i.-, 4 1 - 1,2 . W i :S g .1 for A 1 ,, W' - i s r , . M wg i M -3 'F I. Y? . I f. : H' " ' in '-5 " LE f . 4 .1 I, X " M6 1 , ? Athletic Assoc1at1on gf E rg -S I-IE Athletic Association of Alfred University gi E 2 E is composed of the entire Student Body. f g 5 E Its official representatives are a Committee Q Q 5 nl 7 known as the AthIetic.Directors, whose duty 2 S f 5 it is to regulate the financial affairs of the - E l Association and to suggest matters to be 5 E ? 5 taken up by the Student Body. Regular 2 :Q E X meetings of the Athletic Directors are held E 3 . 9 .. . . on the first Wednesday evening of every 5 E 5 5 ' " h while the Association meets at the ' i K1 Z mont ' E I1 A call of the President. a 3 Q At present the major sports of the college consist of football and baseball. The ' I E l possibilities of basketball for the next year seem somewhat brighter now than for a long E E Q time, as a result of pending legislation. Track work is largely inter-class though it is S 5 hoped that Alfred may be able to send out a team this spring to compete in one or Q 5 more meets. Tennis is the newest minor athletic sport to receive support from the E Association and it offers a form of athletic training which many can take advantage of 2 E E ' who have neither time, talent, or inclination to take part in the major sports. S if 'E The Athletic Association was founded January 2, 1900 and was formally incor- 5 E : porated at that time under the laws of the State. .The Association grew out of the cus- 2 ll ' tom on the part of the college men of chipping in annually to buy a soccer football. Q E E In tlhis way the first footlballs were purchased and football came to take its leading part Q -if E , in t e athletics of the sc oo . V 5 I ll A revision of the Constitution and By-laws occurred in 1912 when the right to 1 1 Q g tax each student was granted by common consent of the Association. A later revision lg E " E to meet present conditions put the athletic tax on the tuition bill. Q .T Q E The Presidents and Secretaries of the Association since its incorporation have E 7 'S been as follows: E E ' President Secretary 5 1899 1900 D. F. Ilgandolph G. M. Ellis S z 2 1900 1901 H. E. avis G. M. Ellis 1901 1902 H B C W 1 3 I 5 . . asc a ter Lane E - g 1902 1903 E. R. Brown G. A. Burdick 5 Q 1903 1904 R. E. Horton O. G. Brown 1904 1905 W. N. Langworthy F. L. Titsworth E 1905 1906 W. T. Donaldson A. E. Webster L : 1906 1907 A. C. Champlain F. F. Ryan : 1907 1908 Samuel Guthrie C. F. McMaster p I 1908 1909 F. F. Ryan . T. Bacon 1909 1910 R. A. Crumb W. B. Clarke 1911, J. Jgcox A. C. Whitney 1 Ii li - I 9 9 2 W. . arke Rosalie Kling 5 E rg ig A 1912 1913 L. R. Quick Lulu Hill Q 5 .gg 1913 1914 I. L. Fiske Elsie Thrall S 'E 1914 1915 P. W. Burdick Mildred Taber if E7 1 -A I T 'Mil - ii' is ' mf 5 A " Iv a Germ- f in '.- V 1 .1 I H- ff' 1 1- M . Z ' ' 'r 41 xc .,. if X . .gsm V Seventy-nine ,, v-1. . ,"Z'L"TT" , V., ww v rv '72 B" 'FK J- -Y' ' , .. -fr, I - Q17 - -,r itz f,-- fl 1, r : 5 :1 P" --A I A e L t' ' - 'N' L ' ' "- 8 if RT , 2 1' - f A. in Z .. l I . ' .i 4 a s 3 its 2 ' . Football 1? Q THE TEAM 5 E 5 'E ' S 2 E L. E. Pitts, King 2 2 5. L. T. Broad I 5 5 nz 2 L. G. Anderson, Kenyon 5 5 5 J , C. Perkins 5 if Q 4 R. G. Bowman, Ayars g E 2 . R. T. Krusen E2 TE' 2 3 R. Maure, Janes I l Q. B. Crawford F Q R. H. - Bliss Q ff L. H. Grilliths, Pfaff 5 F. B. p Buck CCaptainD 1 E The Football Season of 1914 was distinct- ET 2 Q ly a disappointment to the athletic directors 5 5- Q Q and student body. With the best coach of E LE Q recent years, good material, a good schedule, E E ' complete equipment and 'above all the strong- E 5 E est kind of college spirit which has been seen . E S in five years, the team failed to play winning 5 E Q football after the first two games. E Q 1 . Wm. BUCK '16 Capt. But we cannot call this season a complete 2 E E F. G. CRAWFORD '15 Mgr. failure for it was a success in three ways, it f 3 'l f - - developed this college spirit, which in the past , 1 2 3 has been conspicuous by its absence, it marked the development ofla new coaching Q lg ' system and finally a long stride was taken in developing the spirit which brought about 1? 3 E the amalgamation of the "Ag" and College Athletic Associations. 5 E 5 3 A good bunch of material was developed this f ' year by coach Farr and these men should be the nu- f' , Q cleus of a first-class "Varsity" for the season of - 5 lj 1915. From last years team, we lose only two men 3 L fr by graduation, Pfaff, a back-field man and Pitts, who Q 5 f has played end for the last two years. f l The manager is arranging a splendid schedule for next year, which will include some new teams 2 i and will drop schools with whom our athletic rela- E , i E tions have become strained. ' I J RICHARD SUMNER FARR, M. D. V Football Coach 5 IW Graduate University of Vermont College of , 5 ll Medicine '14-. Omega Upsilon Phi and Theta Mu l 2- .5 2 Upsilon Fraternities. l lg all s is A 1 fs ' . - '- gl - ia 12 f ' Z .... .se 3 LM-if iii by--.1 5 K- M T Sl' f ifit' ..,.- PK ? aft! Ezzglzty- one ,ali 1 Xl ' 4 fi -4 My E L5 fi '1 A 1 3 1 1 I x EB M -gl' 7 - -gggliei ag f' ' ' 7 Te' - st '- :E f -1 ? z If r I 6 -ff' li . ' . T. R. x 1 ' -' , A M451 , .A ' Tai "2 i 5 . :A :EL ,, E1 2 f --Z E E? E E ' E E 5 5 Fi 5 2 E - 3 , g f E - s E if 5 1 5 : E f? 1 1 E i Q 5 F E 5,- 1 if f a: Z I all l 1914 Baseball Season The past season, although in the number of games played and won was not adecided success, was a success in bringing out material for the team of 1915. Only three games were played due to cancelled games and bad weather. The first of these games was played at Mansfield. The team had had practically no practice and the long trip did not help them any. However they played a good game holding Mansfield to a 5-2 score. Clarkson Tech. was next played on the home ground. Alfred again went down to de- feat to the tune of 9-1 but the Clarkson men had to work for their victory. This defeat prodded the boys on to harder work and in the last game, against Mansfield, Alfred won from her old opponents in a hard fought game by the score of S-3. This game was marked by the good work of Blumenthal, on the mound for Alfred. The work of King, Thrall, F. Tefft and Wells was noteworthy. CARL Homcms '17, Capt. WM. Buck ,16, Mgr. 1 9 1 5 ' Mostwof last year's team are left for the 1915 season. There are several good new men in college and it is expected that the "Ag" School' will furnish some good material. Manager Buck is working on a good schedule for the team. The outlook for the coming season is brighter than it has been for years and with a longer schedule and an abundance of good material Alfred may hope to turn out one of the best teams in her history. ' 1914 Baseball Squad ,-X ,, fl i E 1 5 .1 i 2 E E E 1 i 3 S : E 1 I 5 xfl ? . 5 .I if 5:5 .hi f. gc fi -1 3 N 'E Eli E I i :E V Raymond Burdick '14 Claire Backus '17 E z Ivan Fiske '14 1 Carl Hopkin5"17 V T. D. Tefft '14 Walter King '17 Forest Tefft, ' 14 Edward Sagndcrs ' 17 Forest WellSt'14, CCHPO Harold Szblnders '17 : 5 2 B F. G. Crawford '15 flidwin Thmll L17 I 'j lx Raymond Howie '15 George Blumenthal"17 2 E le William Buckllb Cspecialp E if in I Am . -J ---.. - - I - E- l t-A--- 4 ,,,t . . 8 T . e 5 N i x 1:5-C? . if K C ""' 'Ti' I , 7 ln' ., be j 1-2, , . f J W' 'W "' ...el 1, ,411 -Q N i gp-wif' ' .Q M W' --Iii 4 V fi! 1. 1 ,.,gif.11Z,:!+ 6 aiu R11 B -agfifb M .1 f4' Ellgfzty-three D. AL -ja: .: V' T 'A K , p, 2. - - i -4. fn I S: - -:rg ' I 5 w e -' ,HM " E ., 'E A: 11 H,-4 l I ,-,-- 3 ,, A I .x A 115-F S- i- ,Q-2-E 3 g 2 5 E i 5 5 F1 2 2 u E 3 E I ? Z 5 2 2 5 X 2 e F 5 2 -2 5 E A 5 1 5 1 : 2 E I E if 5 2 3 s 1 1 5 1' E 15 2 1' 1 2 iw Fi 45 21? x S E 2 NE E E 51115 2 .ws "" , .,-- ' ,g '. - " - bi-!f'.1:: 4 k V -'1' '17 3? F W3 Q35 ww jfi?g:Q +A-EE, , , Z? ., . 7 7 'uiS '3W f -1 'M f f N' J' 5 Q J 1 f Q, ff - 4,gl47z"l 'E' X L-L' CQ-Ni - i A f -,,,., .J5x'f"'V' Eighfyjbur O E E E 3 3 S , 1 1 5:1 -V B - : at W- - as qv- --J--, -I r -- l K , 7 , .I f f f '. :vii-gi ' I I ' ' 'ln . ' if ' ' - ' g .A is F ' , T T fi Interscholastlc Track Meet gig-E S The Sixth Interscholastic Field and Track Meet for the High Schools and 2 Q E Academies of Western New York and Pennsylvania was held on the Athletic Field, 5 3 E Wednesday, May 20, under the auspices of the Athletic Association. i 5 E nl The meet, under the management of Raymond C. Burdick, was the most suc- 3 5 I ? cessful in the history of Alfred Interscholastic Meets, nineteen schools being repre- 5 5 - ll 2 .. 5 ' sented by one hundred and fifty entries. gf E ? An entire day was given to the meet, the trials and semi-finals being run off in l the morning, the finals taking place in the afternoon. New records were established I ' F if in the shot put, hammer throw, and pole vault. t The meet was very closely contested. Batavia won the cup with a total of : E 6 twenty-five points, GriHiths Institute taking second place with Haverling a close third. TE . 2 Carpenter and Kelley of Batavia, Waite of Griliiths Institute, and Kerr of Wellsville T 5 were the individual stars of the meet. h gi i The events and points were as follows: E A 100 YARD DASH-10 3-S sec. RUNNING HIGH JUMP-5 ft., A E Batavia lst, Haverling 2nd, Canisteo 3rd, 6 ln- S E 220 YARD DASH-124 4-5 sec. Grifliths lst, Richburg 2nd, Galeton 3rd, 1 E Batavia lst, Haverling 2nd, Canisteo 3rd. EUETIEING BROAD JUMP-19 E q : 440 YARD DASH-53 Sec- Galeton lst, Richburg 2nd, Galeton 3rd. T gf E Ii-Inaiverllng lst, Hornell 2nd, Jamestown POLE VAULT- 10 ft., 6 in. a L Q F ONEJ-IALF MILE-2 min., 15 Sec. Grlliiths lst, Alfred 2nd, Gr1Hiths.3rd. 1 5 Batavia lst Jamestown 2nd Randolph 12 lb' SHOT PUT'42 ft" S m' 2 I 5 3rd ' ' Wellsville lst, Dansville 2nd, Chamber- E 3 Z ' . ain 3rd. f 2 3 ONE MILE-S mln., 17 sec. 12 lb. HAMMER THROW,120 - 5 Batavia lst, Randolph 2nd, Grifiiths 3rd. ft., 9 in. Z j' 220 YARD LQW EHURDLES- Batavia lsr, Le Roy 2nd, Haverling 3rd. 5 E 29 4-5 sec. RELAY-2 min., 32 4-S sec. Q Q ' Wellsville lst, Haverling Znd, Hornell Canisteo lst, Griiiiths 2nd, Randolph i if S 3rd 3rd E J 5 , 5 POINTS EARNED 4 E A I Batavia 25 Grifliths 17 Haverling 15 Wellsville 10 Canisteo 7 ' Richburg 6 Galeton 6 Hornell 5 Randolph 5 Jamestown 4 - I ,I Alfred 3 Le Roy 3 Dansville 3 Chamberlain 1 I 2. PRIZE SPEAKING CONTEST 2 ,lg U , Wellsville lst, Addison zna, oiean 3rd. 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E 5 gif The class of 1917 won the annual inter-classtrack meet, held at the athletic 5 E 2 E field, Thursday afternoon, May 28, 1914. The points won were, Freshmen 70, 5 E' Seniors 40 Sophomores 40. E A 2 5 Fr The Sophomores were greatly handicapped by the loss of Barney, who was un- 5 1 5 0 A able to enter on account of illness. The Seniors entered no class team, a few men 3 E 5 . entering for individual points. - Q X The breaking of the 440 record, which has been held by L. W. Gibbs since I I 5 1901, by Ivan Fiske was the big feature of the meet. ff EVENTS AND WINNERS H ,ll . 1 E ' 5 100 YARD DASH POLE VAULT 5 : 1 3 lst. Fiske '14. 2nd, Sheppard '17. 3rd. lst. Randolph '17. 2nd, Ayars '17. 5 51, i Garwood '14, Tame, 10 4-5. 3111. King '17. 8 f111. , E I 220 YARD DASH 16 POUND SHOT ' 5 S lst. Fiske '14. Znd' Bliss '17. 3,-d. lst. Grifiiths '16. Znd. H. Saunders'17. E Sheppard '17- Time, 24 2-5. 3rd. Krusen '14. Distance 30 ft., 9 in. E . 1 1 440 YARD DASH 1 12 PDUND HAMMER , E lst. Fiske 114- zndu Bliss 117. 3rd. S3 GFIHICHS , 16. Saunders 5 f 1 Greene '16. Time, 56 1-5. New 3'EAIfrf"iZ'A E:g?ECe-1222351132 1 ' Q : 3 E d. A " ' ' 'ecfzfo HIGH HURDLES 111. Barnard '16, 21111. Whi1f01d '14. 1 1' 5 Q 111. King '17. 21111. Randolph '17. 3'd- Peffy '14-' T'me'13 Seconds' 3' il i 3rd. E. L. Burdick '16. Time, 20. WOMEN'S EVENTS gt ,fx i HALF MILE RUN 50 YARD DASH ,E lsr- Perkins '17- 204- Saunders '14- 111. wamey '16. 21111. Davis '17. 3111. I 3rd. Randolph '17. Time, 2:19 1-5. Cook '16. Time, 7 3-5. , ' A E MILE RUN 100 YARD DASH Q . lst. Saunders '14. 2nd. Perkins '17. lst. Withey '16, 2nd. Davis '17, ,E 3rd. Randolph '16. Time, 5:29 3-S. 3rd. Cook '16. ' E HIGH JUMP BASEBALL THROW 1 Q lst. Fiske '14. 2nd. E. Saunders '17. lst. Whitney '17. 2nd. Whitford '16, 1 3rd. Rixford '17. Height, 5 ft. 3 in. 3rd. Brown '17. Distance 114 ft., 5 l - BROAD JUMP 1-2 in. , Q 3 I' 1st. King '17, 20 ft., 3 in. 2nd, E. RELAY 1 if E XE Saunders '17, 20 ft., 1 in. 3rd. Shep- 1st, Seniors. 2nd. Freshmen. 3rd. ' gg pard '17, 19 ft., 8 1-2 in. Sophomores. 1: ,Hi if l l ' ?F?+.. 1 . 2 11,1 if ' 1-1 B. " "li 1 A Q -,..f1--A " ' La.. -'T'X'4-'I' all -Ji I A Eighty-:mm e e 1-zip 3 ,V F 53 R ,. - -- 1 -f':'e . -s -gi' f- -- . f 5 If ' 3 , 1' Z "'T ii I KA I 'pf A n 8 . 1 . i, ss X 'gf' ' , is 175,22 . .K p xii v if :QV 1 : 3 . 5 : l Y E i 5 , L: ,. E E: 5 , E ' -e 5 l Q l 1 5 '4i 52" Tennis gg The last two years has seen a revival of in- ? I? terest among the college students in the game of g tennis. This is shown by the crowds that are to E' be seen at the courts any pleasant afternoon, either 5 playing or waiting their turn. Probably the fea- 3 ture that most strongly recommends the sport is 5' iiiuwlllllllliwlininum that it can be participated in with equally benefi- s s cient results by both sexes. It does not require z great muscular power but can be used by those 5 who are not strong physically as a means for building up, without danger from injury, a run down constitution. There is probably no game 5 f 5 ev. . : 1 2 i 5 : 5 -fi which offers the real sport that tennis does and at the same time makes for such strength and en- 1 I E EHS durance. Q TED THRALL '17 5 Winner of the Singles - A s fs The tennis manager sees that the courts are : marked and kept in shape. Many improvements . have been made on the courts the last year. ln the spring of 1914, the Y. M. C. A. 1 taking cognizance of the revival of interest in the sport, planned and put on a Tournament which it proposed to make an annual event. Some very 5 s interesting matches were played in deciding who : should carry off the honors. Ted Thrall '17 5 , won the finals in singles while Vars '15 and E. 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I 2 l F 5 K s 5 f L 3 E f 2 ' 1 i e 5 " 1 - ' 5 Q Alma Mater we must name her, 5 3 i She guides us in the right, T - A She stands beneath the banner, T f ? Of the yellow and the white. j' She never will mislead us, e 5 3 She surely ne'er can fall- - 2 For she's leading us to victory, -Y s . 'I 5 From Agricultural Hall. f j 1 I i 2 'E i 13 E r '12 3 E F2 -F 43 ff if-2-f -l-uhh ales rf: ' -ff It ?4 y , . . y 5 In J , A A f x I Yiwu 4 i 1-4. S - + -i . fl-' , . f 'Pr ' I J III might .l-. HM C -- ,, LZ . F , ,gpgwln ,1 l K .-fi I.El. Af 5 ' M-E" I , Q I :gf , ,. T A L A vs- 1 i J-, - ,-,,,.- 7 A: Af, ,V it i ff at it- ,. I X' A :ul One lzundrzd two 1 -I - V. I r:-1 5 E 'i- 15 I3 : E 5 E fl. 2 E i , l ' 5 1 rl 3 -." ...,,... g -1: ENE Fi' 'ffil ' 'P-' F 'F -1 --- ii".-1 -a -. 'm -1 l E l ala - h e . 'E f ' ' K Y L 1 . 1. xx 'r , 1 4 Q .A P . A , -,, l , Boo'rH Co1.wELL DAvrs, A. M., PH. D., D. D. C1899 Preridmi. gi 'fi E E E A. B. Alfred Urrivaralrywo, A. M., '93, - PPE E ff B. D., Yale University '93, Ph. D., 5 , gi - National Normal University '97, D. D., - A Alfred University, '01, Graduate Student i X J E Columbia University, '97, Member College f ff Council, New York State, '96-'00, Mem- 5 1 S i ber National Educational Association, l E X, National Civic Federation, and Vice-Presi- ' E f E dent National Society for Broader Education. 5 l A ' ll, 1 X ,Q xl 2 E l f WILLIAM Joslsm WRIGHT, M. S. C1912D ? 3 Direetor. 5 Q lv E B. S. Michigan Agricultural College, '04, ' ' E M. S., Pennsylvania State College, '12, ,T ' 1 . Practical Work '04-'07, Assistant to Presi- E 7 1 dent of Michigan Agricultural College, '07- 5 E ,, '09, Assistant Professor of Horticulture, 7 E Pennsylvania State College, '09-' 12. E 5 2 fi 1 3' - 1 S P fl 5 4' CHA1u.Es ORRIN DuBois, B. S. C1909D Z , ll, - dsristant Director, Prwrsor ef Held Crop: x ' l 2 and Farm Management. r g l 2 Cortland Normal '95, Ph. B., Illinois f' Wesleyan, '08, B. S. Alfred University, 1 A '10, Head of Extension Department of N. I-r . Y. S. A. in Co-operation with the New York State College of Agriculture at Cornell 5 3 lf University. E E ll' . 1 I-2 1: 5 i l E. iz E QE a 'le l " 'Tl ' Fff ' 4 " ' ' V- 'Lia- 'F ff ? - Ei .'.. l V' . f - - A iff 1K,--f ff'-are " M WW 'ix ' --"fi f A One llundredfiur --:- T isa .1-g,f" F' J .V ...-,.. -+f- c - A-. 1.15 x - R - I, . D E lg i EA in i ' i nf. -+ as L ,gz - 5 1: 5 E ,cs 231'- E E E IIS E5 E :E E F1 li 2 E E E E E 5 S x 5 5. :E E pr Q 0. i E 5 E Z VE -E 5. 5 5 l 2 52 rn Ei' E E E z E E 'l 'l E fi 2 ? El P' S 2 . 1' l A ll f YIXI-E E rf, Elie Q 7 1 2 l '1 I . fr 1 4 A . of f " . 1 1' . . - - ui? E .E LINTON B. CRANDALL B. S. C1908D Pr-Mwor 0' Farm Mechanifx. B. S. Alfred University '04-5 Special Work in Teachers College Columbia University '05, University of Chicago '07, New York University '07-'08, Cornell University '08, Instructor in Wood-Working, Alfred University '01-'05, Teacher of Manual Training and Advanced Mathematics, North Plainfield, CN. JJ High School '05-'08, Instructor in Sheet Metal Working, Univer- sity of Chicago '07, Member American Society of Agricultural Engineers and East- ern Art and Manual Training Teachers' I Association. FREDERICK SHERMAN PLACE, A. M. C1910D Prwxsor U' Poultry and Eronomi: Biology. A. B., Alfred University, '82, A. M. and B. D., Alfred University, '95, Post Grad- uate Work, Biology, University of Chicago, '97 5 twenty years experience in teaching, seven years in the Alfred Grammar School and nine years Professor of Industrial Mechanics in Alfred University. LANGFORD CLINTON WHITFORD, B. S. C1910 lnstrurtor in Farm Merhanicf. B. S., Alfred University, '12. 'ii . :. 3 E 1 je 5 5? .fa ' E435 WI, :zz 1. 2. aes: iz 'zz 3? 51: ' s S Z ii is :tag 3 : z 5 : au: 5 A :: gi :fa 52 : 5 1- l I l : I z mag I : : 5 Z fs l,5 is 5 z 5 lg?-L .L . iw, ' .-. ,nf - . 1' X .YO I . 'I' , , I i I' ff 'j 'if S 'jg jpfaviff ww' I W --IFQ Q , c ,Ti MA A ,,it'.fg fE:-f Q-.34X-?flt ., fi 'T Une hundrzd five -5 gc ...-- , g i V -F J it I 'J' -.Q EQ a 'W ft" I I I- ly it il N- - eqr 4 .ot .ei .a 3 1 ' 14 Q 5-r ,, : J -I ii .: 5, ,..f'5 52: I, , G, .. Fl li ix F2 5 . 'S EE ,, g g EE 5 53-5 Ei Ea Ei 2 5 1 . fm 'E ,EI SF' - F 2 t . , 'I . l . QE :E Z: : 'E it :V - pi ANGELINE Woon H9095 Hcad U' Domestic Science Department. Cazenovia Seminary, '92, Syracuse Univer- sity, '95 -'96, Pratt Institute '99, Instructor of Domestic Science in Public Schools, Co- lumbus, Ga. 5 County School of Agriculture, Menomonie, Wis., '03 -'08, JULIA DABOLL Woon C1911D Instructor M Drawing ana House Decoration. Genesee Wesleyan Seminary, '98, Pratt Institute '99, Instructor in Drawing and English, Red Creek High School, '03 -'05. GRACE Luclua CHEESMDAN C1913D Instructor in Domestic Scizncc and ffrt. Graduate of New York State Normal Col- lege, Albany, '13, 15 ici sus? E Z 5 l Se 2 : I I 5 5 1 2 5 5 'E gl gl A q l x Z V 5 E x l ' 5 Z E - 5 E 3 E s 2 'E 1 S . r: 5 ,2 5 .21 E - f :E L.: 2-Z.llE E, IE . it I -X i dly ., ,gn t , ,gi . 3-U, ig, ' ' 'ak iiiiitilfr'-iii - C -5' ' 4 7 wt-l C"3'7-1 - li B, I ? T?""'f7l - ' - 'mf' " QQ-, Qu Q "X - i' Q -,,.,v', 3 , gf- , One hundred :ix -ILEJ - i-2 -f - - - ' A 4 ?f11 f --- ---? Wi-ef he .A if ,hi i- lr M I W , In Susua MAY LANGWORTHY, PH. B. C1912D A, " Librarian and Imirurtor in Englitlz. -E 5 Ei: E 5 E , Ph. B., Alfred University, '04, Summer 5 E j Course, Simmons College, '12, Preceptress, 2 2 2 Richburg High School, 'ossoog Modern 3 5 Languages, Salem College, '06 -'08, Alfred E E E ., 'Z E Academy, '08 -'09. E E f 5 . MADELIA HART TUTTLE, C1914-D i Insirurtar in History and Director qf Studmix 2 Literary dctifvities. -' E ' ' L 5 5 Graduate Emerson Collegeof Oratory '97- E 'i 7 1 Instructor Albion High School, Batavia : E ,, I High School, Jamestown High School. 5 K Gsoacx Anmsora Bouz, B. Sc., A. M., i C1912D Profinor qf Cliemirlry. 5 C i gf B. Sc., Geneva, '06, A. M., Columbia F B E University, '11, President Barnard Fellow, A 5 Columbia, '11-'12, Phi Lambda Upsilon, ' Ponce High School, Porto Rico, '07-'08, P' Instructor in Chemistry, University of Porto 2 5 Rico, '08-'09. Ei.: E 5 Iwi? . e e . . 7 I l 4 T X ' . 7 I liiiii iivfwfiv 65' i if ii- C 1-of e .. . tg H- 4 - g H X xii fge if" - poet I ' X QM si -W ii Q1 'I C 2? ...af 14 A One hundred nfvm ,Y- A5321-. L- -Z' FE- 5:1 -1 To X., f- -r KU A Tl F1 1 3 If 5 2 , I 1' i if LLOYD RAYMOND WATSON, A. M. C1911D Imtructar in Clumisiry. A. B., Alfred University, '05, Principle Alfred Grammar School, '05-'06, Student in Rochester Theological Seminary, ' O6-' 07, Esperanto Propoganda Work, '08-'09, Graduate Student in Alfred University, '10- '11, Assistant in Chemistry in N. Y. S. A., at Alfred University, '11, A. M., Alfred University, '14. RAY WINTHROP WINGATE C1912D Director qf Muxir, Prwssor qf Vocal Music. Graduate of New England Conservatory of Music, '10, Assistant in Voice and Public School Music at the Kansas State Normal School, Emporia, Kansas, '10-' 12. Q ' BYRON ERNEST PONTIUS, B. Sc. C1914D ' Pf0f2IIOf qfflnimal Husbandry. B. Sc., College of fAgriculture, Ohio State University, '14, Ohio Northern University, '08, Ohio Extension Department, '14, . 4 Q Qs -F: ' Z MJ: E' f: nf 15 Sl as 1 EZ ii 3 gi ta 5? 2 I Z E E,-5 .lf S , 5 'fs I E I2 E': I 5 i'E il 4. i Y lx,c E VE 2 1-: 2 is , fe if , eff . 1 1 1, 1 -- 4 -, E J " V . 6 L "lsf?.n1 ,lefffr,, ' K, 3: X H... 1' --'-41" ' " 54, X .,Xx.. '- ggi? ' 1, ,ff-fff Om' lnmdred llkhf lg J wtf it I I, -gr 1 I ' A x I EH.. ny V 4 oth! .. .A 'Ee , i ADELBERT SI-IzFFIEI.D C1913D 7 Instructor in Dairying. ? E Short Course in Dairying, Cornell Univer- 5 sity, '03, Special Course, Cornell Univer- ? 2 sity, '07-3085 A. R. O. Testing, 19135 E Practical Work in Butter and Cheese Mak- ing, '03-'13. i WILLIAM HAMILTON THOMAS C1911D H I E Instructor in Fargo Work. - Head Blacksmith for the Spicer Manufactur- Q ing Company, Plainfield, N. J., '07-'11. E - 2 E E -e 1 5 5 Q v 1 ALEXANDER HIGBIE REMSEN 09135 Supzrintmdent of Greenhouse and Laboratory I flnistant. .-1' 2 Locust Valley High School 5 N. Y. S. A., ' 105 Special Course Cornell University, '12, 5 2 :l S 2 I 5 P3 -3 gg E E 11: F Sm' ?,2 2 2 - s 'E ' N E g 2 : E l E E if E E 1 E '1 F' I '-3 132 ' . E - Wim' wmnuu llll 3 : un: SE WWW II ummm lllllll i : z : S .E 5 : S 1, 5 5 5 - 5 'S I Eag I I' ' 5 it ,S '.:l:- -JE :r : s - 3 E 2 2 I if 5 47.3 E I I I . .- 4:- '? -Tl' 1 bl 25 girtg . , . - if 5 'IE ' z gl r f fm . i f Q I . fl' ,I fo- ' 1 l' ',-- 9' C E..-'44 - 2,7 2:35-.' 1 fi' W" 'M I nn' "!l'- - ' - 1 -'P Qriz? - " "' .1 E 'I - W X -1 ,- S t-A V --,MA I' Lai- - .4 rx- r-l gait- 2 ,if I , Qnf hundred-nine Fdvz- ' - sr' - , L l .. -v-- ----'-U -J -- f--,Li -bi ll . Q ---f-3. f - - . gg L-, 7 ei-TF: " "1' , ' 4 '-E " ' A ' f ' "f ci . V? ,' ' 1 -A "-2' n g A- Qi " " f 'hw -'12 - f .- .4 xt fu- . vu 1 , .A. 0111.0 Hlmumn Puuw, B. S. C191-U 125 lnttructor in Mathematic! and Physicx. 5 gg g 5 E E as 'E E E Ei E I-: is 5 E E E Q 32. 3 E E E 2 .Fl S 5 X i 3 3 5 E! Q' f 1 E i E f 5 1 'I F Q Q 3 .4 N l " e S Ali? me -l P n. F E 5 i : 5 5 B. S., Alfred University, '14, Winter 2 ,, 5. E 5 S li as Course in Agriculture, Cornell University, il '03g Principal West Eaton Union School, 2' North Brookfield Union School and Leon- 5 LE ardsville High School. , . ig ' IVANYLESTER FISKE, B. S. C1914D I V Jthlctic Coach and Instructor in Physical, Training and Hygiene. B. S., Alfred University, '145 Summer Course at Chautauqua School of Physical Training, '14. 1. , Ex-members of the Faculty who have left us since the last Kanakadea was issued: s .y DEVOE MEADE, B. S. i i' Prqfiwor of flnimal and Dairy Hurbandrjy. CLARENCE Brumronn BLANCHARD, B. S. 1 Instructor in Farm Mechanics. J Hunxem' Ponrnn Co1:roN, V 1 flthlctic Coach and Instructor in Physical Training. ' .4 . 724 Ll E iff fl S Q ' i ", ig-i : W- i A 4 V M y , i 4 , + o 1 - h , f ' ,Ly nf: imp.-,lm , L '-?E-...f-'37 ll -9' An V' v . 5 --H43 91 B - 'lE c.E"'- S gif .N-A " e i'12.1. m-' ' . - ' V c ' f--- ,---- N , rs--c ' A Pie?-.bc M, ,if I . Une hundrld tm 5 E 5" o ' i' e ..... E jg : gas- :,, , , ' ' f 'gig --5 ?- 1 .1 .Z-Li, 'l L ' if his " . ll. f 5 -5 1 5 n it ? 5 K F1 1 2 u r 5 2 3 t 5 E E ,' , E l 7 ' E 2 , f 2 4' 3 , Q X E 5 I 5 I 5 5 . 5 aj 5 f The State Farm ' 5 E E 5 Within the past fifty or sixty years, more progress has been made in the science ll : of Agriculture than in the centuries before. g f To-day, the farmer has bulletins at his disposal which contain a wealth of infor- E 5 f, mation on every phase of Agriculture. He has the latest machinery to displace the ex- l pensive hand labor. His house and buildings are equipped with modern improvements 3 5 ' which reduce labor to a minimum. a 5 2 E The State Farm under the management of l 1 3 Superintendent E. E. Poole, is conducted as nearly g E 5 as possible along the lines that an individually owned g 7 , i farm should be conducted. None of the tillable f l ? j' land is ever idle. The buildings are a credit to the s State. With their stock, tools, machinery and other 2 equipment, and the order and sanitary conditions :sl E prevailing, they make a standard of excellence that 'l every farmer should strive to reach on his own farm. 1 Various breeds of horses, cattle, sheep and swine, , ll as well as all the most up-to-date machinery for l . farming on a medium sized scale, are available for J VI' the instruction of the student. ly E: Mg Thus the State Farm is an important depart- l 2 Superintendent E. E. Pooua mem of our School' E H E 'F - -1: i . W t--1 i ,. 'W' '-2: i' :jf F-ig' " ' i f i fc ff- - lull f f ' ' 3 'te w e X- J Aire A f i ' X -I CX i 'lk A .,- ,4 X , One lzundrrd elrum E E 'Z Q E 5 s,-,-- Q L F i 4-4 3 T -+1 - in W.. QI .K - ..r 1- -i' K' -.- ' ' Q S x ' v ! 7"'17g -- 'F' I F , rs. 1 W -,Q 'nun '. . , - A ,MZ .A ' tai 2+ 2 ' if Amvl - , 1 5-.,, -J ' E ' Q , The Farmers' Club The Farmers' Club, the men's dormitory situated within sight of the t State Barn and a short walk from Agricultural Hall, has long been noted as a home of good cheer and fellowship. Long may the hearty laughter of good times echo in the hearts of its friends. E E 'I 'I I+ 1 5 2 " g F' f- ig, 2 H: gi Q ri .T cg-if 'L ge : nz.- tl 2 2 1 3 Z 5 , .E G z I: E :u 5 S2 2 Lf:- : .. : I a S r Z I I: I I : E 'E D.. J 4, C l 1 1 5 r: S .- fc -1 ' 1. .J lf! if Jim 3 : 11335 r . M: or .li-Wl'f'fllf - t ji-illxl, ABQQM 22 ,J to Om' Lundrad-,twelvf ' I xX 1 N , N ' H 'M 5 wlism ji , Wy' , M44 ol x 1' N xx M .Dax YQ js ,Mx I N ' 'SX I , ' I W' 1 f I ' f' I ,f I:-f I 1 X 1 ? !, wi ' 'lu V In 'r Iffvfll NN F f NM QW? If ' xxxii r , x. I nal-num-h.ulllWo-It-i Jim. .-au..llJIl4al!Juuunnl1m..m,,. . Iv... 5 .5 ......N K lg ' Now. " "s"., -SWL' .ska V ., N .W ,xl Nh T N ' 1 so " N , E May!-L X el .qi an Jinx .AfA.,? lyk .4 Ss '-'TVi.i1: . - - 'N x. " ., Q19 5 E 1: Tl F" ' ' '-1-...1 ' g ' - , Q -' 3 " Q. ' "T - arf- F ,X m - --. 1 g - F:- ' . ..EEE -5 ? il R ' .ig ll If I I i l I 54 I. Y' f v 'ii i if K A. -r I ': y '. 4' . . K . if -- ' O l 'U 'l,. ' History of the Senior Class ,223 E E Coming to Alfred in the fall of 1912 to study Agriculture and Domestic Science, we as Fresh- gi E 5 men deemed it best to organize, that we might make this class of 1915 a class of which N. Y. S. A. if :E E would be proud, and one which future classes might use as a standard. - 2 A class meeting was held at which LeRoy M. Miner was elected President, Hazel Baker, . 2 Vice President, John Allen, Secretary, and Irving Maure, Treasurer. We adopted the motto: 5 X nl Q "Strive to succeed." i I On December 14th, our class was pleasantly entertained by the Misses Wood and Titsworth. l ' On February 18th we held our first annual banquet in Agricultural Hall. f t A Upon returning the next fall we elected the following officers: Frederick Thiel, Presidentg Laura 5 3 1 Keegan, Vice President, Howard Bowles, Secretary, Nora Blowers, Treasurer. 2 i 5 X 3 Soon after the class was organized a candy pull was held in Agricultural Kitchen. On janu- l 3 ary 31st occured the junior Class Play. It was the first play given by any class in Agricultural School. It 5 It was the greatest event of our career. On January 15th occured the junior sleighride and banquet F E at Almond. The junior-Senior Reception is a social affair looked forward to throughout the year. 5 2 K On March the 18th the Seniors were our guests. K fl ' i On October Sth, 1914 the most of the class retumcd to take up the responsibilities of Senior- E Z hood, and the following officers were elected: Paul Green, President, Cleo Williams, Vice Presi- 5' 5 E dent, Hazel Baker, Secretary, Lawrence Comwall, Treasurer. The following Monday night the 5 g crowd journeyed to Pine Hill for a "wiener roast." School songs and yells were renewed with vigor. sg E The next social affair of the year was the theatre party at Homell. It was a jolly crowd that Q 1 saw "The Rosary" at Shattuck's Opera House. Upon our return after the holiday vacation the an- Q 'L 5 - nusl sleighride and banquet was held at Andover. 5 5 It is with regret that we are leaving N. Y. S. A., feeling that the three years here have been ' Z well spent, and that because of them we are better able to cope with the responsibilities of life, in 2 5 D other words to "paddle our own canoes." I E 1 2 - E 0 y Seniors l g 1 'E 4 5 T gl 1 FANNIE MARIE ALLEN, s o s , . 5 1 Alfred Station, N. Y. 5 E Fannie is a quiet and faithful mem- N f ber of this Class of 1915. She is always out for a good time, but her 1 L motto is: "Work before pleasure." " 1 A - l A l 1 5 E E E t E' L I-T? HE E E ll? i 5 If in E? A - ,B 5:1 In , , -- - 1 I . - .- '23 x r "hu 4 - --T- L' . 5 - J 'Q' 'll , -' '- f ' - ' ' ti.. A it 1 . .xffraef .W 1 eu F5 y M ..,. L..-Q Y "t'x'7i"" , Y 1 gf , .1-Lflgh' Al-" V l BE ff P --X J-Ti'-183 ffl ft4 " 4 M- fix!-,.V 5 '- -, W W-'+s.. fi ' f A S45-ll One hundred fburteen K .. err: E E V p - W , . '-- - Y --2 J V Q "3 - - I e ,eq e "':' - - . '-: ':--- . 5 . e E : -ef . is 'K , f s-7:31 l if . ' ' Q4 - 'vig -:-'I-' .. .e ff ' f is ,3 .r , 4 4 .r l, x l. -'gf Qi. . , . l is ' we JOHN Russsu. ALLEN, Z' E" 2- E Alfred Station, N. Y. , 5 2 E E 5 2 2 E 5 Dew Drop Inn, '13 -'14 and '14 -'15, Q E E Football, '14 -'15, Secretary Freshmen E P1 Class, '13, 5 U I John is one of those students whose gp E I personality beams from his countenance. g E . .... . . , Q 5 Hls genial dlSp0Slfl0n, friendly manner, E l and hard-working ability make him a lg 2 friend to all who know him. He is 5 if E always ready to take part in any of the e X school activities, and has helped win B E f many of our recent football games. QE , E Say, John, are you aware of the rules 5 i pertaining to eating on the third floor. I E . g I .. - , l 7 E we l : Q l 5 FRANCIS MELVIN Acluin, JR., ' 'l 5 1 Heraell, N. Y. E e Football, '14 -'15, Class Basketball, 2 li '15, Treasurer Country Life Club, '15. 3 I A very studious fellow, whose sterling Q qualities are known in the class room as l af well as in football and basketballg but so - 5 far, his affections have never escaped the f shadows of the valley of Purdy Creek. 1" E E , E lg 2 5 Il Rig - f X ... ef f r , A f N U , V-1 1 . 'K-4- , ' f" ,-g ' ', . - f l 'e - ' ,' fe-L:?' Nl ,2l"'ff' f 4557 l A -fe' Ex ' I Ji Z l :iii One hundrzd ffieen E 5571- ir V Y , Q 1. if Q -1 -dz 1 - f . Y W -in ,dmv T.i,.,,-7 xv I E .,. " - ? , 1 Z5 A .,f Tr .2-E lli' Eg I f' ' 1 ' f jgtx I . f ' l 1 I-.4 ,, xx I "':'f" H .a me ' -1: 15 IVAN Ross ADAMS, 2 E 5 is 3 Corning, N. Y. E 'E ' - : 2 Hornell High School, '13, Alleghan- 2 gf 1 ian Lyceum, Ku Klux Klan, '14 -'15, E 5 p Football, '14 -'15, Class Basketball '15. 5 E Between his classes, Ivan takes hunt- 5 E n ing trips to the mountains. Being of a E X rather versatile nature, he is also some-A 2 5 thing of a vocalizer, his favorite song be- f ing: "Along Came Ruth", but he P stoutly maintains that all girls look alike Q l to him. He intends to be an agricultur- l Q 1 E ist, not a farmer, and we sincerely hope QE 5 he will succeed. -D Z .ei 'P I HARXY ANDERSON, A Brooklyn, N. Y. lg 2 Q I if 'I Farmers' Club, '13 -' 14 5 Treasurer ' ' I Freshman Class, '13 -'14, Ag. Football, 5 '13-'14 and '14-'15, Varsity Football, 5- , '14 -'15, Vice President Noo Yawk 1 . ll Club, ' 14 -' 15 5 President, '15 3 Clan ' Alpine, '14-'15, , I "Andy's" popularity among the fel- f ' lows and townsfolk was gained by his 5 'E good natured democratic disposition, his E dignified appearance and his ability to ' play football. 1 His intelligent discussions on subjects of agricultural interest have made him 5 I 5 popular with the "Profs. " I i, ,lg 5 Those who have tasted his rarebits, 5 ig proclaim him Past Master in the culinary lg art. if if .ii Q ' .71 4 1 1 - 'n',J'f,'f,,,, V W f ' 1 ' ' I 'UQ .... ,-s ' Fei' J f "ls-?-5 ,lrrffff -65 i "flu .....Q 5' Wi gif' - - -f T Ef li I fl?"-'-f iff ' BE -'Zi ' -f -Y - 1 c AAL 12 fs4"7 4 . .5 ,Q -, i"-L 'ig '11, ...v-' If 4 31515 On: lmndrfd :ixiun ,?1 E f n g E ti E PW :Ha if-, ,,- E -q as H- - -1- gn 'X wi . 5, E' -F 5 s , ' '-N E 7- .lg - , , KA., - 'ff M 3 , A 'F I ' A X '-'EQ' ' ': ' .A ,ski ' .T illlumf :Kiln ll l sl li mil " H' W """N'l4 lT1lll'1llHlFbl""' WWW "' "' 'l U l' PL llllllllll ll mit'ibll'l -, 'Af' Fx.. 'l il fi 3 .v '05 I ,-P ,,....,,ftui' Q 4 . ar... .nu umm N.. nu H Ullll 'Q Ii .I mlm 'E E E r -Q .-1' HERBERT MERCHANT AUSTIN, Eagle Bridge, N. Y. Farmers' Club, '13 -'14 and '14-'15. "Mr, Austin" when among the ladies, but otherwise known as "I-Ierb". A quiet chap Cespecially when it comes to boxingl, who by his industry stands among the favored few that make the course in five terms. 1 BENJAMIN FOREST ARMSTRONG, Savona, N. Y. Savona High School, '09g Vice Pres- ident Country Life Club '15. Benjamin, better known as Benjy is an old schoolmaster, having followed the profession four years 5 and is general- ly right there with the goods when called upon in class. He seems to be afraid of the ladies here. There's a reason. We all wish him success in after years, as,good as he has had while here . -Y H ., 5 QE fi is If E IX i g V I We wish him as much success in later life. I' .5 72 E 2 .E E BE Q SQ E lu 3 L " X . 5 F' - ' .f -3-1 "' '-: 1 " K .ul 1 r if -. ' " v . ' . ': 1 ' . ,W f ' . - B ui ' X -. 49' L5 E "f"'s f,N, 1' -e " ZW. 1' --' ligili la - ..4 il -, xi-.rr Q X 5' Y Y: -,.. I X A will On! bllildfld Ilillflfllll 2 illlllll 1 Illllllll ir ni 1-M f 1 mm u A - , .,, Wlffirll rr' F 'Mr M riffs nrmmemiwn agp ,Mull Lu J -A '15 Z E--.P In X I' . -. . ii utr .n mnmn an n .. . un HH lllli' ' WI MTVN 1 . ,Am-Am 5" ' M y. .1 , fa m e ' Ag s b- El. Ax ' N is Q g , .I 'f ffm. I ' 10 ? X ,ii 'I I A.: I ln-Ext, 'l I P - .a 3 is ' .L is A HAZEL SARAH BAKER, 2 ? E Alfred, N. Y. , 5 5 l E 'E Class Vice President, '12 -'13, Class g E Secretary, '14 -'l5. I E Hazel, or "Betty," as she is common- s 1 ly called, is always ready for a good time, especially a sleigh ride. 5 She spends many hours lingering near E 5 "Kenyon" Memorial Hall. 5 ,E 2 5 2 THOMAS FRANcis BARRY, V New York, N. Y. 4 g E 2 E 2 Z Prep. School, Ridge, '12, Farmers 71 E ' Club, '13, Klu Klux Klan, '14 -'15, ? 5 Football, '13-' 14 and '14 -'15, Editor 5 2 Noo Yawk Club, '15. V g Tom's determination to'succced in 4 whatever he undertakes has brought him l in his host of admirers and faithful followers. Q ' He is a great lover of sports as is evi- A denced by his work on the gridiron as E I I well as his skill with the gun. He 5 I possesses the endurance that comes with ' E years of experience in the woods and on 1 l 2 i f the trail. ' My E E x 5 if 5 " E 'ii f my A .gl Ve f -e V . 5 ,l L T 1 T Iryglfl Qilf ffff if l ra ls --flak e ' A Iii 47 2 fgasv 'l t' ' N 5 Cxif-fle air? ,r fe X , so One hundred eighteen g -1 e C e e - ga -v ' -' he ' -' if PM V ii E ' H , I .1 K.. I miie - ii Il 5. ,, 2 T r ? -L . ua r EQ? 55 2 E 4: 2 .2 fi 2 EI E 5- 1 Z b E EE IE E E I' rr 1 F 1 r F 53 r te 3 ji 2 I Q 5 f' 2 I' 2 ,Q '25 S Ili '3 1 lil'-E 4, a 'ff H E' ily, I' HARRY JOHN BLACI-zmoxus, 1-5 Buffalo, N. Y. i 2 ESL a- R. I. U.,'14-'15, P. D. Q., '14, 5 E President, '14 -'15, Junior Class Kana- Q5 'E kadea Editor, '14, Junior Class Cheer E ., 5 Leader, '14' Football, '14 -'15. "Blackie': will be missed by all when 5 he goes out into the world to make his E - reputation as a farmer. He is one of Q7 le I lk 1 3 the happy-go-lucky members of our class, never very serious but always managing to keepbusy. When ajunior, E 1 he was one of those who did not believe in patronizing the town barber, but had 3 , his hair cut elsewhere. "Blackie" is 5 1 one of the kind that always make good, and we expect this of him in his future 2 1 i :: E life. e 5 - E 'V I z E r: 1- 5 r 5 5 55 E li : : 1 2 I : 5 LENORA MAY BLOWERS, .VE Alfred, N. Y. A 5 2 Class Treasurer, '137l'14g Country Life Club Secretary, '14 -'15, Country Il Life Editor, '15, Nora as she is best known by her friends and UCousin' ' expects to put her E knowledge of Domestic Science into A practice and, we feel assured that she 5 will make- any 'iup4to-date' ' housekeeper. E I 4?- E F ' 1 'Q' ", W5- weaA5EQf+,hig?,mfeFsWf .1 g' , .,,.:.11:-:- - -A 1.1-521 . I 'l W,V I- 'QL I ' M , ,Ll c 4' N, f.l ,2nw R 92 K k ylie e -r '- '-ez T7 f'mi'f4 ffbfi ' K- ""'Zx ' C - in ff-"'q""' , if-,ea L5-5 iii: ,.,,--ff Y One lzundred nineteen 1. I , 4 ... Pbyi..- ,.-. . A ., . cl.. ,---Ld -..i-A, ...4,. lc -?u . r f tux- N , - ' .4 'hi H . ' fi Ansrr-run Au-zxaunnn Boo'rH, ! Buffalo, N. Y. 5 i P Hearsts Private School, '13, Clan ? Alpine 3rd term'145 R. I. U., '14 -'15, E Junior Class Treasurer '14, P. D. Q., E :E lg: '14 -'15, Class Basketball, '14 -'15. 2 E li 4 His nearest and dearest know him as ? E "Art", Some of the Frosh tried to put Q 2 ? "Boots" 'on him but couldn't make it f F 5 l Q go. With several Juniors, "Art" show- i P ,Q C ed the F rosh how to trim their hair. ' 1 If Favorite exercise--hiking, favorite 5 , X pastime-studying. Never known to 5 E i l miss chapel. Sometimes looses his 3. 1 Q f breakfast. S ' Q We will all give a cheer, 2 Q To hide a tear, 5 1 5 When time comes to part, 2 A With our schoolmate 'Art." 2 " I P I Gnoncz Hnmw Baumann, i Binghamton, N. Y. E : Alleghanian Lyceumg Clan Alpine, : 2 '13 -'14 and '14 -'15, Class President, y '14, Class Editor, Kanakaaea, '14g Student Senate, '13 -'14, Vice President - C. L. M. C. A., '14-'15, Burdick 5 Hall, '14 -'15, New York State School ' C ' of Ceramics. l George is industrious and faithful, I taking an active interest in the school. . Q He has shown clearly his appreciation of ' nature by giving up a clerkship for the - Q 1' study of Agriculture. 5 N mil. W - :g 'T' 111 1 .n fifa v f ' - ai . I 3 y qllsfg. I - . . IQWW , , - 11 is --1. aww. ei J . if P ' A A J 5... XX. 'fg i if gif' iw .., ,4 'l One hundred twmtv 4 72.4. 2 -??, 1 5" th-Ei 7 Q...-.' 1 -.Sr FE- 5- -3 ff ' 1 , 1 ' ,Qji 'I , ' - I '- 10 N : X 5 . F f I .A W- , ' Ml. . .. -- R L. ' 2 2113 2 '- ERE I fm S., 1 .is :gl 2:- .S :Z 2, ,.r-5 Ez: 3: 4. .. il h -i - '1. , s g EE . 2 P X E 13 e C ,. 2: 3. .2 E' - E :E E E Q I . 1 1 n 1 rr 1 2 . - I , . se 1:-FE Ei fi F, :.l Xe 1 1 .Ag Ronsivr Ovens Baoan, - Buffalo, N. Y. Masten Park High School, '13 5 Farm- E ers' Club, '13-'14, R. I. U., '14-'15, E E Ag. Football, '13 -' 14 and '14 -'15, - - Varsity Football, '14 -'15, Treasurer 1 Country Life Club, '13 -'14, Vice Presi- dent Student Senate, '14 -'155 Treasurer Senior Class, '15 5 President Country 5 Life Club, '1s. - "Bob" is a great big good-hearted s f fellow who is liked by all. He is an and whether at work or play he is always : wearing his CBroadD smile. "Bob' ' is 5 one of the best football men we have in ? E school and always plays a clean, strong 5 game. ' ' ,, Q No word can describe this lad and do 'Q 2 him justice. ' ' : Wellsville, N. Y. that he is always willing to look after Paddy at the Grange Fairs when Mr. ri ' 1 :z- gc: 2 i' 2 31 3 at E E 3' z 2 E 5 3 3 5 3 5 LE 2 5 I efficient worker in all he undertakes, 3 Z 2 E 5 1 5 E F' Z E :S is g V Ni f L E I. rl- ' +12 IE '- f a. , 4 H .nqipk L . l W' t ?i-'i ff firfiw ' " Qkillli-12' e - .g e .ff L- iff 4 N 2T"3l,-ji?-'l'hf 'QQN f vim Om' hmdrld twenty-one a 1 LUMAN Hsmw Bn.-moss, E He is known as "Pickles" among his 5 school friends. He always seems to be 5 z : good natured and is willing to be called upon in class to recite. It is reported C E Horn has the intention of doing so. ,S fs 1 .fi l i? "Y .. -A A A A i . N f :i- 1 1 ' ,, . - ,,. ew - , gf A at , Q. it w e ! 2 8.356 A 2 1 I. 1 ' 2 V lg its . Q55 .t 3 1, ag ..- .,4 as Es. 5?'.. ,ra :iz ra Fla :- E ei Vt ,- r: 'l 3 . 1 E, L -.1 , r . 12 -C J. L. E, 1 E E 1 r . 2 F : F f .L . e I 3 . ca 2 . . . 1 5 5 E5 5 5.3 il: EE T -3 .1- A M F nan DAVID CONDERMAN, Hornell, N. Y. - Hornell High School, '13, Football, ' 13 -' 14 and ' 14 -' 155 Farmers Club, '13 -'14 and '14'-'1S. Q Fred, otherwise known as U Condy," is noted for his dignity as a Senior in the Ag. School and for his lack of dignity at the F armers' Club. Ask the newcomers. We wish him as much success and fame in his future life as he has attained while at N. Y. S. A. V K NEAL JOHN CL.-umm, Crittenden, N. Y. Lafayette High School, '13g Junior Play, President Country Life Club, '15g Orophilian Lyceum, R. I. U., '14 -'15, Treasurer Athletic Association, '14 -' 155 Fiat Lux Associate Editor, '14 -'15. This descendent of a famous line of lake captains stopped in Alfred on his way "back to the land." His qualities of good-fellowship have given him a prominent place among his fellow students, his ambition to be a farmer has given him a theoretical knowl- edge of Agriculture. We predict asuccessful career for him on his father' s farm, with the fresh air CAyerD of Crittenden. I X : E lala al .5 - E :IE : 3? E HE W' 5 ir..- Z 5:2- 51 S C ,S E: 55 1 51: il 2 Lf: I 1 I : Z X 1: 1- E l I E if 1 W 'iii- , ' "QI-J' fit T , . , iY :Arg I ' . l L: ,- .N V If f ik 'H ' ' c - ff' V. 1 5974" f Z 5 lfk' .. . r..."!! - L W - , .ff 1 Q Y,. 5i'i1f . l EL- y, it T .. ,- I .41 V., 4...- li, - - X vx dp' ei is f,-.MA I 4' - A --g -A -- . - -...L g ,f . PE-Q.-,...'i.., "+ 11:9-5, .f ff , Om hundred twenty-two i --ff -Ji-4" ' rl K' L x :Ji if Q as . 1532- A5-:E H Ti A f i. 'Q 'JZ uw ' if , 2 I U li, W 3 -. 'las 5 SE Z E i MILONVSHAW DAvxs, 3' E2 : E ' E A Alfred Station, N. Y. 2 5 .: 3 -IE x. S il Class Basketball, '1S. E Milo was actually seen talking to a girl E without blushing. E "Beauty has no attraction for ine "I neither love nor loved will I be." e E E- .5 A 2 'E 2 IE' 7 E 1 QE ,1 E E ?n if E i i E 1 .e r 3 E 3 Cmnt MYRON EVANS g Angelica N. Y. 5 5 j This clean cut chap is destined to - I L: i make good in any line of work--he under- 1 .- E y takes. I We are' glad he has taken up agricul- ture, as men of his type are in demand. Energetic, courteous, ever responsive to duty, he is a man whom all are proud to l 5 call friend. a .Q I 5 S ii 5: .E S 1 5 5 5 ar: J .E Q 'E :fi 2 it lf: HE E 2 E 2 fi it lf: lug 2 CE :gli 5 .ii t I xx I C I Z , n - ' ,LV:.l .,y X Z , . J., gs. --CL X g rea if--N' ' ,, " ' 1' Eiga- X Sm X 253 -f ff i On: lzundred twenty-Mraz ' ? -3. Y E L: Q5 Q : E Ft? i ' lii V 'TZ'-i . .Y 'L' ' " " ' -E in-.-2 , -ff?-1, - -,w r--11 - - :S -..i. is , I Q y,, li ia? E if l i ' 3 ""-3 , I ' A ' n L i '. , :sir '2 5 ull ah O it 'r L ' i ii 5 2 E? 2 PAUL LINDBN GREENE, 1 S 5 S 1' 5 E Hornell, N. Y. 2 E U rx S yi Hornell High School, '125 Dew Drop 5 l 2 " ' Inn, '12-'13 and '13-'14, vice Presi- 5 E E dent Country Life Club, '14, Class I' 5 N President, '14-'15. ff 5 Paul, sometimes known as H P. G.", l left a good druggist's business to take up E :ll l 3 farming. His success as a farmer is as- ? f E sured if it could be judged by his work 3 while at N. Y. S. A. , 5 5 , 1 Q ' 5 0 ' C . 2 , 5 Gsoncls TRUMAN GRIFFIN, ' gl l East Aurora, N. Y. gi lil ' f Football '13 -'14 and '14-'15, Oro- N 1 philian Lyceum, Class Basketball, '14- '15, Captain, '14. ', Q One of "Ag.'s" star athletes, com- 3 I monly known as "Grill," i E l' : Q is - 2 .HE 5113 5 LE f 1 f " ' ' . ' - ', ' s ffy ' ' 5,4 ' t Silt. - f lss2.l .f':ff1, as . ' J --- H' 'X --f Ji 3 "C ' -. "U - ' fi . x..-ff9iX--Tiii'-1'iLf M if if f 'l . One hundred twmtywur F C Y - I if -1' g E C .1 Y " -- -M' B i l js," -1 -1- -7 . -":' ? ' '-N K 4 ,A f ll Ex l. , . I i I S g' .ii 1 . A S is ' .: T' if ,. f 'Q 4 wig L.: I if 'MI ii .E js, 53 1 , E F1 b '2 - E E 1 : Z ,, - F2 E : I' 5 .1. is 5 . E l . . 5 E E E s L . 'I n , . Fl F .1 P t . . ja E12 t- .- g:-: l'-Ei E Z :A ill-1 V .1 .4 ug . CARL JOHN JOEL HORN, Wellsville, N. Y. Carl is one of those fellows who will always lend a helping hand. He is usually found on the second floor, either singing or whistling. Carl takes great pride in his argument- ative powers, and it is thought by some that if he uses these powers efficiently he will take a trip to California this summer. We all wish him great success. WILLIAM Hmuow HOEFLER, Geneva, N. Y. Clan Alpine, '14-155 Treasurer P. D. Q., '14 -'15, N. Y. S. A. Business Manager Fiat Lux, 3rd. term '14 and '14-'15, Vice President Junior Class 2,133 Cgxptain and Manager Senior Basket- a '1 . "Bill" as he is known here at school, is a fellow that has a pleasant word for everybody. He generally seems to be in deep thought, but hardlya thing misses his eye. As a manager you have to hand it to " Bill." With his head, and the things he has stowed away in it while at Ag. School, he will certainly rank as a success in the agricultural world. E. ni ' I,-. 11: 5 1-Ui :.:: ill I:-5 5 2 it Zigi I 5 S 3 I: ia 1 2 St: 2 3 x I 2 3 2 : R: Q1 "Z 1 E 3- E 1 E1 ,r wif E I S .ES t I . L 657322. 7 I ff , V, A y ' . ua, ' - i 1 'i f ' , ' ' ,tl 't '-': if-1 f .H1',:'l ,2f?ffv :W Q..,r rr 3 r- ark. if ,J f . One hundred twfntydiivc be 'f P iliigi 4 115. 92 f f ' n M ff f ait K. - -:fa-. . 5 2 SL.. EES. 4443? E'-E 5 5 2 'EL E, E : E 13. g Z: E E' 'E E E E x E E E ff W E 5 E ' 1 'I 5 i 2 5 2 2 E r 2 :' 5 . , f l I r . M 3: I as EE 'bf 4, V - 4 THOMAS CONRAD HUFSTADER, Buffalo, N. Y. Farmers' Club, '11, Treasurer Coun- try Life Club, '15. Known of many, loved by all, He has risen high and shall not fall, Happy at work, happy at play, Always the same from day to day, To work in the soil is his chosen task. Will he do his duty? You need not ask, For he does his work with an earnest will, - HAROLD Ouvan Howmzn, Buffalo, N. Y. Technical High School, '13, R. I. U., '14, Manager, '14 -'15, P. D. Q., '14 and '14 -'15, Varsity Track, '14, Manager Football, '14 -'15, Vice Presi4 dent Country Life Club, '15, Junior Class Play, Senior Class Prophet, Class Basketball, 15. "Doc" is one of our city farmers who hasjoined the Hback to land move- ment." He belongs to the firm of Howard 8: Howard. We think he is secretary, for he is takinga special course in stenography at the office, as a side line. 3 , The desire for the best he will fulfill. A ef f ' ',fA" - " f 'T 3? t, 1? . ' - . 'i'3': lRY A -f -"1 ,. 1-.1 F' 1' ' 'fs' --I-J MMI-1:2 1 'Sc ,r 1 nf f TX .514 . .sf-, WM, ,fe 2 ' On: hundred twenty-.fix :if E E : 3 - E E ' :' I E S 13 .iss E... Efr A r - if sa 5 5 5:5 5 1 5 5 2 a 2 il? 1 s Z fl 3 as gre l : ECE ,. 34 fl 'I E. '2 E! s l I KJ! LAIY ' za . 1: . r.: ' :zz II-ii P-P for Lge? :fel or fa - r e-M1 "-'Zi 1:2 as iii- ' Q- i. 1 ' . I x i -5 I 1' - 1 7 uffl I ,-,E , Jw A5 . 5 1 .. :EH - 35 f' F -' Y 1 E ? 5 :: 1 E E .E E E 5 E 2 2 E E 5 2 : L1 2 " .. 5 Q E E E 5 N 1 : E a 'E E E 1 E fi 2 E : Q F 5 . ll, : i l lr Il 2,3 EE LAURA MARGUERITE KEEGAN, Binghamton, N. Y. Binghamton High School, '11, Vice President Class, '13 -'14, Secretary Ath- letic Association, '13 -'14, Junior Play, Athenaean Lyceum. We may call Laura the talented mem- ber of our class. Her stage career in Alfred has made her famous. She plays the piano with as much skill as she hoes the weeds in her model home garden. At present she is learning to play HPoole' ' but eventually she will become the mis- tress of "Our Home Sweet Home." Fiuznnucx WILLIAM INTEMANN, New York, N. Y. Prep. School, Hilberling Institute, '06, Farmers' Club, '14, Clan Alpine, '14 -'15, Ed.-in-chief Kanakadea, '15, President Noo Yawk Club, '14 -'1S. "Fritz" has had the honor of being elected president of the most exclusive club in Alfred. A friend is one of the choicest posses- sions a person can have, and lucky is the one who can call Fritz his friend. He is considered studious, but when there's anything else doing, he's always "on the job. " Fritz's great popularity is due not to any one thing, but to his many desirable traits. i i 1 E 2 L : v s S P E Q I E I I: ill ,Z 5 'sg . E 5 : E 1 I i xfl ' Q af: I . :GE l, gl fl 1 x . E iylg E l I T '- E4-Aif.-" rifle- ' ' "' " Ziff' ' aff' I mn, 155,55 - ..-L-. . , !. , ,l 1, r I ,K A .LZQ my lab? .- - ff W 1,11 . .1 B T A X151-'Q ew-A 4' 1 .. - - x 1 1 f X: V If" HAAWA w -- issii Y W Y 15 7 A 1 One hundrfd twenty-:evzn 'f " 4, , , up 5 c My 5 A Tie- " I 5 57 S1 Ee.. E:- Era Q :. Z 5 l J 'ii' E, 5 . 5 5 pf . 1 ,, . 5 1 E. E E 1 1 fl '13 55 if F 5 f f -UE . Ronsm' MEADE LAWRENCE, Bath, N. Y. E Farmers' Club, '11 -'12g Clan Alpine, : '13 -' 145 and ' 14 -'155 Class Cheer Lea- : der, '14-'1Sg Assistant School Cheer 2 2 Leader, ' 14-' 15. "Bob" is a good live sort of a fellow, 5 who takes well with whomever he meets. 1 Never known to be anything but good . ' 4 H ' ' - natured and Jollyg and generous is his middle name. As a true supporter of school spirit, you will find no better. 2 He might be dignified were it not for his . I 2 mischeivous ways. Last year he was thinking of studying for a position as - mail clerk, but now has given it up for ll 2 3 reasons unknown. "Bob" works hard and much success IS due him in his fu- LAVERN CLARK KENYON, Alfred, N. Y. Learning to be a tip-top baker and with his motto: "Perserverence con- quers all", we think he will attain that desire. E wi I 55 ii 5-E 5 z : S ll 3 5 f 'Q 5 E . 1 E Q 5.5 '. gl fi 1 3 N E 5 2 , si? fs , P 1 : S E E KI 11 -1- 2 ture undertakings. 5 NE . ,l ' - mflfjl ,lvfzfy gb, . m k ung v 'rw Z-'MVA If 7- v La. fs-, X ,ge -Sri 3243-'fl ,J f 1 , Om hundred twenty-nfbt . , lj" r - 1 ' rv ' J : i , , - , - " M' ' ' ? :- A r ,L f 'sis X. ,, ' E-'-7' V , My A , ri .A . i if . 1 ' , F ERN BEATRICE Lewis, ' T E 5 Alfred station, N. Y. L 2 i 2 2 Fern is a pensive maid, and agrees Z E li with Aristotle that woman should be - 2 E E 5 E E E - - E ' 2 5 : : E I -2 5,3 - E! n 5 - 5 E L ff ll 1 ls S L E E F 'l F F n 3 V - . C 2 . l 1 1' Ei! gr: 'Buzz is Invmc MAURE, Richmond Hill, L. I. Treasurer Freshman Class, '125 Col- lege Orchestra, '14- '15, Football, '12- '13, '13 -' 14, Captain '14 -'15, Dew Drop Inn, '13 -'14, Noo Yawk Club, Orophilian Lyceum. U Fluff,' ' the student who always thinks of his lessons before anything else. educated, not only in Domestic Science but in the affairs of the Government, that she may become a competent voter. Poetry seems to be Fern's delight. Her favorite is Emerson's. Q ffl :iq 'L uw ge: nz.- !: 2' Li 3 S.: a Zi' 5 I , - E :z S S :i :C i 2 ta 3 1 5 2 1 1 'I as 2 4 1 S I a I Q a- 1, 3 C . l 4 5 C E Y if lr J ' 1: .1 1 rl fi? E E??i ?5'?T?E 4 .1 -iEEE5if?3, .. f5fFf25g7 ' 1 l,3' ?wm 1 . ... , Q ' 1 'sl.1lffm,D .reid -" fffis sei? ,igi?w , ggi, 1 .liridgsr f+,g.fw 5 ,ff On: hundred twenty-nine 'u 1-Q fu n 5 : ' f ' ' T-'T-'f -N, -" - X ..43?:-15? " :'.J?' ' l g ,f if X I 'il X 'E ,, P- 1 A ' .-: i 1 x X - - 4211 A A. -5 ' it QL. 'f Ed : I 'ln 3 ,. V'-5 E? S ia if Z E 51 HAI.SEY MERRIAM, 5 E 5 1 scio, N. Y. Q 5 E ii Halsey, the class deacon, is the boy 5 2 Q on whom the teachers can usually depend f E , . E N for a recitation when everyone else has E E r E failed to answer. Slow, steady, careful Q 6 and plodding, he is always faithful in his E E l work, paying strict attention to details. ? 5 E 2 E If E Q . : l 2 . 5 E H I V HAROLD Lswrs Psrrr, X 5 Whitesville, N. Y. , E' ? 2 I 3 5 Wellsville High School, '13, Editor- S Q E in-Chief Kanakadea, '14, Fiat Lux, '13- 5 it '14, President Country Life Club, '14, E 2 9 " 5 Vice President Country Life Club '14, 5 1 Clan Alpine, '13-'14-,Student senate, E I, Q '14, Secretary Orophilian Lyceum, '14. il i j 5 U C-hloe, as Harold is called by his Aggie E i j wife," is our boy wonder. Brains I , I and ability come natural to him. He - E completed the Ag course in three terms, E E I, and was also conspicuous in many school : Q ,Il activities. As a sincere friend to all, he 2 E 73, E won many friends who wish him the 2 5 best of success in life. ' :E E PE E F3 5 .. 15. Q Q A A if H f i A ,c e V fs 1 ity .W ' ' ,L , - .... t :,.,. .4 ,. N I , ,r. . ' X' MEJ B 1ifm i - " ' ' A, -gf .- El,5': ' ggi? ' ij lx Q "' C X -int 'fi' C.-f""q""s . A .' S i - C ..-f 14 I A 011: hundred tlxiriy ,.' X 3 ' ---i ' -f 3 frii' 7:32, Lx?-., ...-..-- ,W -..- Q A 2.'.. ,.- I - S 1,l T 1, 1-'Ee .M 2 eff ' E 'W ef' Q E E F1 i 3 of 2 1 'l S A l . E li LULU AMELIA Pom., Redfield, N. Y. Secretary Freshmen Class, '13 -'145 Secretary Country Life Club, '14, Vice Presadeiif Y. W. C. A., '14 -'15, Dele- gate, Student Volunteer Convention, Geneva, '14. LUTHER Bou'rELLs PLUMER JR. Otisville, N. Y. Vice President Country Life Club, '13, R. 1. U. Editor, '15, Second Broom of "The Regularsf' '15, One of "The Heavenly Five." HBartels," our prominent agent for the Royal Typewriter, showed remark- able business ability by selling one ma- chine in three years. The "woman hater" who has no in- clination to mingle with Alfred's "wim- mink." Though studious he appears not to be After wading through a ton of debris ln his roomg you will find him as busy as can was. E s 'E li as 3 55 ee -5 A 52 EET: EE E 5 5' 2 5 ,as FS fl 1 .4--- . vi nulinm. --1 g. E Lulu the dignified member of our class. Has no time for boys, but spends all n 5 her spare moments looking for lost ii articles,. and dreaming of Syracuse. .l . Q :. 51 . 5 li l 15? E li ? 1 E ME gf- '-'T' - :F A' " AT' V iff f my .' ii e Q. fn rf V. r N f glfi. I ?'-5-w e " ' if ' 1 AV ' Us- ill' li'd!niifw.l c 1-.- 1, -' N f.'w-,-, A .- Q - .f p as X srl- - T . -1- .4 .fi .,., , K -j A Q 745- t f" A lib'--. TS-x -i -ff' f A iifgll One hundred Ihirty-one .111 v :Y Y 5.-.iz , " ' - 'lf - in -Zz- , ' V721 I ti ' Q D ' f 'vi A QEX. ' 2 - 31- ' , I I s 1 1 ,A K I 'W' .. -. ' 9 '45 rf , if- .A K' hs r ' if M-'E' V -' 4 I, ' f ' 1 V E L LL-lv -E . . Ei p. 2:52 ?-1'-4 .2 E 51. 2 5. ? 1 E E E E 5 Z E E E2 2 :E E :E 2 E 2 9, 3 2 X 5 -5 ff ,HE .... F: .E MARK Rotmm SANFORD, Little Genesee, N. Y. Vice President Freshman Class, ' 13 Secretary and Treasurer C. L. M. C A. 14- 15 Delegate, Student Vol- unteer Convention, Geneva, '14. Mark in school is right up prime, And yet he never studies, He seldom gets to school on time, To expound to us his knowledge. Among the girls he was a pet, He always tried to please them, Until he broke a date he set, And then they all forsook him. Now Sanford s one great aim in life Is to become a lawyer, . And stand before great multitudes, And argue like a warrior. u I 7 WALTER ALFRED PREISCHE, Yorktown Heights, N. Y. Walter is as clean a little chap as you would care to meet. He possesses ready wit, extends good feeling to all, stands high in all his subjects, and plays a good game of basketball. We all look to Walter for some good career in later life. 5 :sz mf 'J - i F? ga E1 1 3 s z 5 z: S s Ei 1 E Lf: 2 2 1 5 3 i S 3 ef I 'E E Z JZ ff': I 1 1 'l f P E I V 7.- 1 .- 4: 2: '14,-1: : R ,.-. ,EE s: as E if F I F 1 F f fi it I I 1 i Z y . I , E . 1' 3 ,, iii L Us NET? An 3 r , r Q ' N my x f nm!! ni if ag C bi V ..1. gn' , If B- . X rvzm f T b ' e . ' L '. Q' W2 l Qs. E? 1 T L: gitgfffv dd . ,Q g-X-i-:lf 'M r,,44 '7 , One lzundrzd Mirty-two 5 , -xg, R l f 3 1.. ,...,.i?v . EL- K 'i 'T'- ii ml 1 11 5" :L ,,-E2:' E ' e - as i- ' f - ati- - "' . E , iz: 'L is , Q 2 -2' s p r., r ' 5 is 1 1 ,, . ' I 74' ' pf . If ' 1-A ll .a KA miie has L 'U 5 1? 3. r. Lt: 5 Q - ,,1. 1- as - .. EE E - .- 2 5 E E .. 5 . E ll 5 v: E F1 3 5 E ' 'E -r 5 R S -V E 3-E if LE E 1 1 E fi 6 . f I A I- I: E .HE EXE ii ui.- E ' :- - FE-1 , 4. L: : 213 s BEnNxcE HELEN SHERMAN, Springville, N. Y. Junior Playg Secretary Country Life Club, '14g Secretary and Treasurer, Y. W. C. A., '14 -'15g Class Historian. Known as one who can define all the mysteries of the tea cup, and can readily cause uncontrollable grinning from cer- tain Senior boys on the platform. All "Harold" her approach and "Neal' ' at her feet. College Orchestra- Noo Yawk Club iuwwu ii llll Ui VINCENT Aari-lun SH ERIDAN Richmond Hill I. I. " i llllm mmm ww ll ilillln W lllllll Class Basketball, '14 -'15 - :" Known as Doc" or Sherry . f : how we do that in Richmond Hill High." ' ' i I B in 15 . , zz i s -4 3 1 E Z Q 5 an . L2 cc as ,, 3 : His favorite expression: "I'll tell you s 5 5 1 1 5 B s I . L a 3 . Z 5 1 3 : fm I 3 a I I f I I . 1' 5 I 2 Y l F P--BL , ,.: 1 : - , - -, I 55 , , , , ja:-ff 'if ff z- ' I Us- - F E 9 , ' ' "" ., -53.4" - q, -J L':fl.f"" ' , ex .51-SX 'T One lrundrcd thirty-three . -ge . - "' it on E 'i' P' W 5 -' I ' f A ni 1 4 1' ...L ' i I. E U 114 52-15. -F' S T JOHN I-IoPr-: SHERMAN, 3 E : :E 5 E Saylesville, R. I. :jg 2 E yi No matter where he is, 3 E u 5 2 Q E 1 E E 2 : gs gf 1 : 1 .. E E QE PE Li E F p 1 E fi A I at I y I 1' 2 15 iii ill? Howmm J. S1'1cKLE, Centerville, N. Y. .Secretary and Treasurer, R. I. U., '13 -' 14. "Jake" is one of those handy fellows who is always around and willing to help a fellow student out of any trouble. One of the most conscientious workers in the school. Jake is a i'sooner" in that he has just selected his life partner and is going to settle down to farming as soon as he finishes his course. New York he will decryg His own State hc'll defend. But won't he tell us why A State so large and grand, Won't keep him from N. Y.? 5 rf 5 i 3 . 3 : E . 5:55 s :La : E Z 1 Z cz" 1-- 1: l 2 l F 1: E I E E95 E': f 5 2 2 -: F T -:: E422 TIE :n e E :B :ilu EE Q3 5 i . l i 'Y I - . '. zfgi g' ff e+: L' ,M ' - l LU. -Ziifzv f N151 1 iw ' 'W u-.U1iM - ,.: e - -f-: - ' 5 T e N- -fe fri-il- fffef' ' . --4'-e- .w- W K- - GN- "' f' .if . S N.- Qxiqi xiii ee- -..i t One lzundred Ilzlirtywur x E F-y - 4 - I ' - f f' -f - " :Q - hh: - -- . T' A "3-3 ' :fl f . . ..-:- L g fF .L ' 'gf " T 'I ,u HAROLD BEACH STouT, 'g 1 Wellsvme, N. Y. 5 5 :ig Wellsville High School '13, Fiat Lux, 5 'Q '13 -' 14 and '14 -'15, Junior Play, Clan g ' i 3 Alpine, '13-'14, R. I. U., '14-'15, Q Q 5 President Country Life Club, '145 Presi- : E Fl 2 dent Athletic Association, '14 -'15, S 3 Senior Class Editor, '14 -'15, President 5 E C. L. M. C. A. '14 -'15. E' E 5 "Lige" ariseth early every morning 2 X for he is hungry. 2 He calleth loudly to his "wife:" f E "Arise and hasten." X He maketh the faculty give him good 5 marks, for he is a good scholar. E 2 The girls all want his picture because 5 f he is handsome. 2 He receiveth great applause from the ,lg multitude, for he is some actor. , 5 He is well liked by all, for he is a 2 2 gentleman. 5 3 2 1 ' 5 E I' FREDERICK C1-mnuzs Tl-max., 4 : 2 Brooklyn, N. Y. F' 5 : Orophilian Lyceum, R. I. U., '14 Q '15, Secretary and Treasurer, '14 -' 15 , Treasurer Noo Yawk Club, '14 -'15 lf Class Editor, '12 -'13, Class President, 7 '13 -'14, President Student Senate, '14 ii Z '15, School Cheer Leader, '14 -'15, . Treasurer Country Life Club, '14, g I "Judge" the genial Cfellerl from E Brooklyn is best known as an exponent - of the famous "What Yell." Other 1 than this he is admired as a very con- : scientious student and one who does his : I' best in everything he undertakes. K5 1 QTE Q? -ug .E I' 4 . LQ. - g2'E-- A ' ' 57 'N 1 ' f ' " , ,l url iwn..av.r 'A-, l ' --""' .Z C N' i' l if-ri!" i .MT we e, j.,gf.1 ' if w L 5-X ' -if ' ef' .., ,ff 2 . Om hundred tlzirtygfziue P-for .1 f e . ' , -- A . . - ' e ' - -s -, f E..-. . nr . g , , ,N ' E- M 3 ' v I ' 'is ' X -i 5 -9 1 1 I - I '. , i '57, A ,fall 1 ,LJ s .4 ' - ' 9 2 3 E Illl alll' lllllsl I lllltllll l 2 5 w1' I fi? 1, ., .5 'ii' :S 1: 5 1-1 '51 'Z ... .. ea ' N E S 5 1 E 3 " 5 . 'i g l. P F. , 2 mi EE i": E - I 1 . n , Q4 E? B F -1 K' Z t 2 . H I l . 5 : I Z 1:15 E... 3 1 MORRIS CRAWFORD VANHOUTEN, New York, N. Y. First Broom of "The Regulars. " Alfred's Ladies' man by virtue of his "winning ways." "Buggs" as he is known to all, has of late become N. Y. S. A's. champion Globe-trotter, and is ever ready to tell tales of his thrilling adventures out in Arizon-e and Nevad-e. Nothing ever worries Buggs, and somehow he always manages to come out of his difiiculties, feet first and erect. HIRAM GERALD TOLAND, Geneseo, N. Y. Farmers' Club, '13 -'14 and '14- ' 15. H Toady ' ' is an inoifensive person- age who has been able to accomplish the feat of bringing the news and wonders of the world to his very room. Alone he sits in his laboratory. No king ever was a more supreme mon- arch. With his telescope he sees, with his wireless he hears, with his brain he comprehends. Ah! we pre- dict a great future for Gerald as he strives and labors with his work in the turmoil of the Farmers' Club. ll lllill lhll 1 n ll ll l 2 Wi :ummm I .V- -- -- ,-,,..:,- A- - ,, ' - -P 3. N .m ... . um. uurllll n W.. . N muilll lllllllxnuu 1. nlllllll 1 3 v : S E 5 5 E 2 5 E i . ' ..: E72 I I r . e 5 5 G E I .- K ...?: L 1 1:1 :af L: ,x.. Er - ,f,, Q llu ,.. -l 17 Q M LS' ec- ' lgelffrf ' tl C, "'3k.i5'fF'Q'3j11eif'1,,,,a' f , Um hmdrfd thirty-:ix . 5, I E . 2 S A C --:'-f1:5-- ' - H- V "" ,. . A , ,uw ? ff -.. 33- K i -25: L Fl- i '-- 1 v S: i""C 'S' ' - 'T f' K 1-, 4 gl:-:Q C. , fm' I I iv! X .i C ' ' il . .. This Q' 1: B 3 4: ig CLEO W1LL1AMs, QE Rushford, N. Y. 5 E 2 E Junior Play, Student Senate, '13 -'14 S Q E 2 and '14 -'15g Vice President Senior Q if g ? Class, '14-'15, President Y. W. C. A. 2 E 5 lk '15. if S li Cleo is known as true of heart, 5 E 5 Always ready to do her part. ? N She is right at home in the class room - E . . 5 ' 5 2 as well as in the kitchen. Her one am- rf 2 l bition is to be a nurse but just now she K is busy with her Stfelady. 5 . 5 l 5 I 5 f Z ' if Q 5 5 E: ' : 1: 1 Q E 2 5 if ' 2 n , , 5 5 HARRY IssAc WINSHIP, 1 4' C Salamanca, N. Y. S .. I L 3 E 1 lg Little Valley High school, '13, E. B "Oscar" is one of those quiet, likable l . souls who attends to his own business. A' . He has not tried in vain as can be proven ' by a glance at his school record. He E 4 has gained note, due to the fact that he 1 l has never been known to receive a low j mark in any subject. S 1' E wg lf 1-2 - -J " 71+-Q , , '4lQ321!!?::, i 4 "f 'Lai 'gf-' if i' +2 H ' , rife., , ws 1' ' . , I X f 4 , , 1:15, mimi, X lab, 1 S '13 S ml -'-t use ' Q l 1' M --34 X - 1 H 4 -sniff S - - 1- 'T 4 -- . - R '3,': -'-'- - 712, J- ""'- .- X . , XXX .glib so .., ,ff A 2 as-.4 One hundred tlzirly-:wen . 5 gli E - --' Q"-' 5 r' , W "J 7 - +L. 5 .i-if-?-' f ..L:,,, , .- .,-- - -4. g l ,.. Q xx "-"- , ' s l F I N JJ lg? df f 'A f , " Rm N. '12-7Nr I , ' ' it be ' HERBERT ANTHONY WINDUS 3 E' 2 i 5 E lil Belmont, N. Y. ? E Chief oflicer ofthe Ujanitors' Club." fg: 2 E yi 3 Commonly known as H Huh" or 23 5 ll A H-E-R-B-E-R-T. He is a quiet, good- 5 LE E j hearted fellow, always working and al- ? 2 xg ways ready to lend a helping hand. In s ii f his studies he is of the 90'Zp standard. ' s S 2 6 He is liked by all and will long be re- 3 f membered after he goes out from the 5 E halls of old N. Y. S. A. : Q is fri 1 N i 5 -2 Ancx-ms WILLIAM WOLFE, lg F Q F Forestville, N. Y. 1 j Forestville High School, '13. 5 1 Archie is a nice old Wolfe, 5 I 5 Tho not so very tame, . E The thing he seems to love the most ,y Is writing to a dame. , 5' A faithful member of his class, j i He's always just the same, I And if it's work or if it's play, i - I-Ic's always there, and game. , E 2 fi E E E JE N' Z .r 1 my 4 'fi WL. " U . Hi fy ' y -Z 1 - A Us El c .1-ef LE ? fl fl'WL 7 va Medial X epe.Qg3 iaaf1'?Wif:za2 Nw....,i X Xe-4" e -ZFX a, ...- ,5 I . One lzundrfd tlzirty-eight N R5 X hh' "" " 'Q M f wr f M J. , . . ... - - N E - ,aa dl ,q 1 5 -6 T-"7 -- - 4 I C -' C' - - .-- A Y.: I 'Q' -,., W is ,QT X 91 , -Q37 M T' , R 'I . -5 1 Hr v! ' ES.: 1 -' 'fu fm f V ' f- A 3-JU "f 5 'La S 51 ' :' ... EE 5' E Z E I . I i IK E E 5 EW ' 3 .. . 3 3 U :-. '- E I . f E Y ' If I5 5 X ii? ' I FE 2 3 i E - 5 'I f : T E E E I 3 I 1 . 2 5 I T - E E ' 5 JUNIOR OFFICERS 5.1 . I 5 FIRST TERM 5 5 In RICHARD M. HUMPHREY Pres. PHYLLIS B. REYNOLDS Sec. E 5 WILLIAM I-I. HOEFLER. K Pres. ARTHUR A. BOOTH Thar. ' 1 sEcoNDTERM RICHARD M. HUMPHREY Pres. PHYLLIS B. REYNOLDS See. Y ' CYRUS M. BLOODGOOD K Prex. HOWARD B. WILSON Treas. : K I Q COLORS: Red and Yellow MOTTO: Sequere Optima 1 ' M YELL . 5 l'1. Rix Rax Rix ' 2 . Ririety Raclety Rem I ig fffred Jiggilf 2 EAM V Nmeteen Sixteen. ,Mg 7' 5 v? ' i- -J Y .Y ' . -i- ' ----' 1 A' Y - Cf 25' ' 5 t 'I ,- ..,1l,,., --' W - I - 5- 'f F 4 If AQ ' C' me 1 EH iT I' ' 1 , - s e IE f m . - f -- .I '1e,,,f' gQZ ' I M- .55 ,. if ff ? 5 !,5..J 2i'5-I 9 A I X -Q?+RlR:":bF MR, fi One lzundredhrty is W-iii? i " ...s 1 . e - - ' ge ' AN. ' --- T--1-3:7 K7 Q.. ' ? N X 5 - mi ' 'f 5" ' "f . -? , ' ' Rr- R. .- eff ' . - A .MW 4 . 'AL i Xkf 11 ' 'C 'UMUUFW a s JU el-Ji EY: 5... S it I iw E s FE Q 3 il Es 2,1 if E E F 'I '1 Q : , l f 2 2 2 E is els J 3 I4 . Junior Class Roll Call JOHN Beane Wise to resolve and patient to perform--Pope. - CYRUS BLOODGOOD 2 A lion among the ladies--Shakespeare. HAROLD BRAINARD Full they laugh with glee 5 : At all his jokes, for many a joke hath he-Goldsmith. E ERNEST COCKRANE E Of his own merits, modest men are dumb--Coleman. . 5 RICHARD HUMPHREY 5 "Deep sighed in intelligences, ideas, atoms, influences." HARRY JIMERSON Thou art a scholar--Shakespeare. E E ISABELLE JOHNSON 5 E "Framed to make men false." Z 5 E LYNN Loomis i There's nothing evil can dwell in such a temple--Shakespeare. 3 Q WARD MARTIN ,7 Silence is a friend that will never betray-Confucius. I ELLA MAXWELL E 5 Of course she has good taste-Marvel. ERVAN1' MoRuAN g E He lives to build not to boast-Savage. r LLOYD Newsom T 3' g E He proved the best man in the field--Shakespeare. EDNA NORTON So wise, so young--Shakespeare. . Z x M W fr A 5 1.22. Z 5 S.. 5 3 L5 Q S E 2 3 5 . E I 1 3 1 1 1 3 l GARDNER Om-islzR Z Thence to the famous orators repare Whose resistless eloquence wielded at will--Milton. ni if T-fee" -A , dl - -4 Zi- ' f ,Ly S2 'nn,w..'.f I 4' . !nl'lQ1 I?p?:vf4"' Q, , R k i-5453 91 f j"- Y 6 -N E515 .fm ..,., , f..i' 1 ' . ' - ' V - 'D -- -- 'A A ,.---- fl- X A -L Yx ' D X or -,ff 1 . Om' lrundrza fbrty-one - l, -1 P ' - S- YTMLAN AQ' f y-E. f ' , M ia f f, , ' f if ' lp .i 'L 4 wc, , .A vi' I' gf . "Q, I 3 l 'Z 5 3 -. GERALD PLATT 13 2' His form is of the manhest beauty, if -- 5 His heart is soft and kind...Dub1in. 5 2 rg 2 CLYDE Pm-:s'roN E E D He is always laughing, for he has an infinite deal of wit--Addison. E R S I 2 1 2 li E Pr-1YLLxs REYNOLDS S E E A perfect woman, nobly planned 4 2 E X 5 To warn, to comfort and command-Wordsworth. I 3 Q I If 5 NINA Ross 5 f , 3 z 5 Silence in woman is like speech in man--johnson. 2 ' 2 ' FLOYD SAuNDEns , 5 E I "A true man, pure as fa1th's own vow, : E Who's honor knows not rust." L E F 5 Louxs Sci-ronnonrr : s . 5 ' il, Most happy is he who is entirely self-reliant, and who centers all his requirements E 2 in himself alone--Cicero. ' 5 a 'l Q V pg 5 PAUL SCHRIVER Q L , E He nothing common did, or mean I p 2 Upon that memorable scene. CFrosh Banquetl 3 l 3 5 2 Q 2 E ALMON Tr-:Avian ' Eg fl 5 The mildest manners with the bravest mind--Pope. E 1 WALLACE WILLARD l Q l We grant although he has much wit . . ' 1 'E I-Ie's very shy of using it-Butler. ' E - Howmzn WILSON l None but himself can be his parallel---Theobold. l ix V! The number in the Junior Class Roll Call does not coincide with the number Al ig, ' in the picture, because some of our worthy Juniors became dignified Seniors on january il 5 sm. 2 5 E. :E Q 4, 1 Y N f ' I ' - L 7 5' - . it It L-' MQ" , ' ' . ' ,i I Ll f i L ,112 e L . M2 K 3' ning -,,g ' jA , wif! N A ,.,LQ',.4i elf' ' A 5 Ti X ':- , "-"if ""' v? --"4 A if iii'--A X5-P' '- - 13'-,:,,-E ...-- if 2 . 5551. One lzundredfbrty-two r 1 C R lil? E3 ie- E- " I T.: n, .fly , an -e L .,.. it 1. E ,T F1 n E lf F E 5 2 . 1 1 5 1 5 -f Q A Q ? ' .41 Eng K3 X QM m1f'fW M Esmeralda" A Comedy Drama in four acts. Presented by a cast from the Junior Class. Firemen's Hall, Alfred, March 3, 1915. Miss Madelia H. Tuttle, Director. CAST OF CHARACTERS MR. ELBERT ROGERS, a North Carolina Farmer Lynn L. Loomis MRS. LYDIA ANN ROGERS, his wife Phyllis Reynolds Miss ESMERALDA RoGERs, his daughter Isabelle A. Johnson DAWVE HARDY, a young North Carolinian Richard M. Humphrey MR. ARTHUR ESTABROOK, a man of Leisure Cyrus M. Bloodgood MR. JACK DEsMoNn, an American Artist in Paris Gerald E. Platt Mlss NORA DESMOND, his sister Marie Angell Miss KATE DESMOND, his sister ' Nina Ross HMARQUISH DE MoNTEss1N, a French Adventurer Harry Jimerson GEORGE DREW, an American Speculator Gardner Oehser "Esmeralda" was the second play presented by the Agricultural School, and fully came up to the standard set by the Class of 1915, whose play was conceded to be one of the best amateur plays ever produced in Alfred. 5 ai, -ss gs: :Ig at E 5 3 1 ' 9.2 if Q - 5 . : E : E 5 :E E E a s E- lr: E , I E is - Q. WU 52 5 A 32 ll I 5 5 - E55 L. l if iz 'l 5 N 2 fit E I E, Il,-E gf s o A .a .F V 1 it f .4 ,,, X 392 f ' fi me .iffy as G 4lPf"'i'f . X-Q-.T SJR-:-- -.-..qZ,Ei::f.G ny' 'jf' g One lzundredfbriywur ff i f xl ! V N 5 i' if TT U 'L hx . 6 , 'X 3 7 3 -ffl? in YY 05:13 My rm iflfxx, JA.- Xf if ff..-' . , Q, I 3 ' 7 xicgiag elif' L TS -N ' ,N-iXfff.P" '-Yi? M11 fl - 2,3 1 V we Rfxcafg 7 Jjgyyf hip, Q f V 0335 "af 4 x ff Mag 4 , 7, Q. 5 - L v T.. - "" M W J- i " Ml ' is-. - ,g ef""sf - A f"'s:3"' ' - f 5-if -- ix' ..1.i ' 1 - Tzg 2 :-'- lrvw- I - f Q 4' E l .ii n f i LE F " ' --1 If - ,. , -, -A 32", 'fr --,.- ' 'rv' -'-' ' li, " :?- 3 ' 37 ' , . 1 5 f I, '-E , 1 , Fd . za 6 IM I' 'R E' 4 A x ' I J, L' A S 41 i im I I1 , s 'U .. 'E ' 'S 1 E E 1 5 Q Q 'E' E E 3: 5 :: 1 1- ? .K i S 5 N .. f 14 E Q 5 5 E L 5 IE I E 21? E E F e l f 1 E 0 P f t , f I 2 1- 5 3 Y 1' 51 Ll: 1 I -l Freshmen Class Not yet a year but several months ago, our School called together on this campus a new class, green in experience, but firm in the belief that all Frosh are the Juniors' equals. First we became engaged in a petty fight, testing whether that class or any class so fresh and so green could long endure. We met the juniors in that fight. We decided on a truce in that scrap, to the chagrin of the honorable Seniors, who came there for the eitpress purpose of seeing the Juniors get trimmed. But we had a purpose in doing this. In the future, we were to be left alone, we were to have our banquet, all fifty were to enjoy themselves. But the terrible 'Dick,' 'Blackie,' and others, who swore not, secured our President and two more and clipped their hair. The University did little hear, nor long remember, what we said then, but it will never forget what we did then. It was up to us then, the Frosh, to here manipulate those tonsvorial shears which they who first so boldly used them had but recently dis- carded. However, it was for the best that we here be united,-that from these noble halls we be filled with a greater spirit for that School from which we are to gain our increased knowledge of Agriculture,--that we may all cheer in unison for our victorious team,-that this class, of N. Y. S. A., shall be a model for others to follow,-and that our three wearers of the A, our victorious basketball team, and our joyous sleigh rides, shall not be forgotten. J I l - Fifi. ' -5.-..--: ,, . - f7" i1af - y Z 1 J . ,,..,., I -s-- -f' ,. ,. 1 J. LQ- " illl 'ff' " N l' ,ll.,w "-54 v:"Q , k-sjf"-- A--L ffm . n-"tY"-f "f-- E, iglxisfiff ,ff 2 'Y On: hundrjca'fbriy-.fix f 5 el .s fm "5 'az- Q 1: 2: x E ..r 3 L' : 1 1 E :z E 3 T 2 if 5 : ta Z 1 I 5 1 1 : I Q 1 I: - - E 'E J-. J I l g Q 1: L r f i 1 1 R l I : , V ,A J fr J: Y l i gr.: Vf 0 p-y I 3-'L-.I lx 5 W ' 4 ee ll E Q f Z: l F 2 if E E i z E 1 5 E F 'I E n f -.A A is -a F C - K ? 'C 443 E G .1 2 4- U :S Freshman Class Roll Elliott Wight OFFICERS Hubert Williams Marie Angell George Kull Leighton Boyes COLORS: Gran and Yellow MOTTO: En flvant Preridml Wee President Secretary Treasurer Class Ezfior 11?-... wi 'L ti gi Il azz all E a f 2 : -35 E ,lg 1 1 fl I I A 1 l l s fl Angell, Lou Marie Cortland L.. 3 BCl'lTlI1C, Helen Wflght Middletgwn 2 ? Q Boyes, Leighton Waterbury Margaretville 1 5 Brady, Joseph Walter New York 5 Brandes, Grace Esther Wellsvillo 5 5 ' Briggs, Joseph Luther Sardinia f 5 5 Champlin, James Francis Alfred 5 n 5 Cheesebro, Harold Arthur Irondequoit A Condermann, Joseph Jr. Brooklyn 5 i Decker, Alfred Jacob Richmond Hill Dennis, Leland Charles Cameron E E DeWitt, William Milton Bradford 5 Doty, Harold Craig Wellsburg 5 E 1 Elston, Arthur William Irondequoit i Emery, Raymond James Hornell - f F eagles, George Wilson Pine Island A - Foster, Marion Doris Red Creek f U' f Frank, joseph Reuben New York cyl , Hayden, Karl Oakes Camillus Q E Herrick, Harry Groff Binghamton I Horn, Florence Caroline Wellgville Q l Hughes, Henry Luke Buffalo l - Hull, LaRus Theodore Owego ,I 2 IE Jordon, Bessie Jane Cuba 2 Kcuy, Ethel Mae Groveland ' E Kull, George Washington New York wsfaafgmwuqwsigifwensvr Q , 5 . igvxq f ' ' 1 -- Q Sl' Sli 5 f nw , iff' ' ff ' One hlllldffdflffj'-llbdf E gg : E2 E E Z Ei! PPM" "-"' j ' f Mj"" 1 ff..,1 ' W iz - -T n'-7 .' ,J E a I Q X lg 5 'U at 6 .5. ,Bai E- A' . IM' wi, Freshman Class Roll QCont1nuedJ 2 'ai-fi 3 ' E 5. E E- E1 ' 5 E 2 'E Langworthy, Harold G. Adams Center 5 B ggi, E Lewis, Marguerite Alfred Station 5 5 5 nl Q Lyon, Calvin Allen Alfred 3 5 E ,f McGough, Albert George Dundee 3 2 G A McNary, Augustus James Albany E LE , Morse, Charles Joyce Pavilion : l Peace, Philip Edward New York 5 f If Pickens, Jennings Davis Lawton I' Post, Howard Judson Pavilion Q E 5 Prangen, Robert William Hornell S j 2 Robertson, William Henderson Mohawk gf f 2 Saul, George Nathan New York Q. E i Sedlaczek, Erwin Riollroooa Hill 5 5: Shaw, Julia Madalene Alfred Z 1 2 E Sweeney, Gerald James Hornell E 5 55' Werner, Walter Augustus Brooklyn 5 il r Whitford, Edwin Clark West Edmeston 5 ' 1 wlghr, Elliott Howell Jr. Yonkers 5 a 5 E ,, l Williams, Hubert Arthur Hornell l f A Woodruff, William Livonia Center B 5 2 SPECIALS r -52 Ayars, Mrs. E. W. Alfred I: I , I Blair, Lemira Alfred f ' - 5 Daley, Katherine Angelica ' Q Fisher, Leah Mae South Dayton - Q 7 Folts, George Washington Frankfort E i House, Louis Fisher Syracuse , Keegan, Laura Marguerite Binghamton Magee, Karl Leslie Groveland F l : Makuen, Reevs Goshen I ' n Mason, John Norman Alfred F I Rogers, Daniel W. Corning 5 Squires, Jennie C. Hornell 5 3 ll 5 Vincent, Mildred Alfred Station E Wg Weed, Mrs. Harriet Alfred 5 2 HE Zellff, Jesse LeRoy Hornell rf 2 1 - 'ff' 5' eo . ol, J a E E, EJ J 1 K f wfr. A l - V-1 1 ' , ' J ' il .Milli , ' Mb Lf ' "EJ rf? l L' - 7-A-' T rr 5' ff l fr- ' A kr i -" ' -4:-N jk f' - is ""l"" 1. f Af lf'-,zu i ggix- 5'-rr --- ff W- ' ifxfigl One lrundredjbrfty-ninr F -'I P-P -if ...e u v S S J 'JZ' - :JL ef i f ? f- .K ,W Q. My E e A. 1 :ff - , t. :pg is ll W I 1 1 I is 5 l ll l ' , .. e 1' is " a lnterclass Athletics gi 'E' E is E 5 E Freshmen Basketball Team 5 3 32 i fi E A Freshmen Interclass series was held during January, which attracted a good S if E 7 E 5 E l' ' deal of attention from all the classes. Owing to the bad weather the football game E E between the Freshmen and Juniors, scheduled forthe fall term was withdrawn in favor I 1 , E 5 E 5 l of a basketball game. E E Q Q Gr This game, held January 11th, ended in a decisive victory for the Frosh, the I5 E Q score being 19-9. The game was fast and a great deal of class spirit was shown on 2 I E E 5 T both sides. E Q Following this game the Frosh received a challenge from the Seniors who in- 1 E 5 2 ' 2 E vited the winners of the former game to decide the class championship. This game, 5 3 Q A played January the 18th, ended in a tie score of 14-14. On January the 25th the 5 I T F rosh again played the Seniors, and won a decisive victory to the tune of 17-6. The E ,, : Seniors secured one lone field basket, their other points being gained on fouls. i E Ray Maure kindly consented to coach the Freshmen team and it is owing to his excellent coaching that the team made so good a showing. ' 5 The line-up was as follows: E 741 ? Dlacluzn CManagerD Left Forward S l f I-Iucl-ins Right Forward F CONDERMAN CCaptainD Center ' KULL Left Guard Bovss Right Guard 5 z SUBSTITUTES I 1 Wxcirr FOLTS l 2 1' Q 12 . l' ' 1 S 'E WE 5 'E E ,i E WE I 4 3 l'-Z5 W . A i e -g b e--e--L 1 F 1? WS + gg, C i T ' F 1 7 . -1 V3 I' "' ' - 57 . '-- . ' ire . '. f ' 1 , is '-: 4 - "- ,Sli-l WL 1 iw , J "fs - e 1 I- in " ff I l f., ...-r Y L ' i V Y --'rf If X A One hundred zifiy J I FI 1 I I Q' I V l -. ' . A . - E F - T if f ' .-. 9 743 sz'-"' -: E 4- ' . . 'N s 51 "'-Q-is 1 --1: 7 ,. 194. 'p "' .EE-"' 9 , I H, .1 ug f .MZ I 57 1 1 5 9 me A ll Footba 5 5 ? The Football season of 1914 E E was the most successful season 3 2 in the history of the Athletic E E 5 Association, both as to games 2 E D 5 won and as to financial condi- 5 E fl ' . . 2 11 tion. Too much credit cannot E E . be given to Mr. Howard, who holds the honor of being the f ' X ' first manager to bring the team E f through the season ahead in 6 financial matters. He not only 1 5 SL paid old bills oftwo years' stand- H i. E ing, but left money in the ' treasury to start the season next 5 year. E Coach Fiske is responsible for ' E I the success on the field. His - E : g 1 untiring efforts showed in the I E 2 5 way the team Hcame around" E i toward the end of the season. E ' E E gin The spirit of the team was I - always kept at its height by . E 2 U Captain Maure, who is probably 41 E the best all round back" the Ag. School ever had. He was largely responsible for E' the excellent team work developed toward the end of the season. E: ' 2 The schedule for the season was as follows: 3 ' g N. Y. S. A. 6 Warsaw 35 5 : .. E E ' N. Y. s. A. 20 Andover 6 3 Z E N. Y. S. A. 6 Eldred 7 f 2 Q N. Y. s. A. 14 coming F. A. 10 A 1' 1 I N. Y. S. A. 19 Eldred 2 E This successful season was brought to a close by a banquet for the playersg l I and at the time Mr. Boyes was elected captain to pilot next year's team. Under his ' I leadership much should be accomplished. 5 3 l'Ii Mr. Jimerson was elected by the Executive Board as manager for the 1915 Q ,E E 1 S season. Mr. Jimerson is a very capable man, and next year's season will no doubt 2 15 E be a successful one. E fi sf ll? E ,115 'rf 3: Q - 3 -' it A - - - "' t "' ff 1 1 m1 ir ,aQaf'w+f - , . 1 r ff f A sm. , - T- , ' 1. w 4 2 " , l f i-W' 'Lf 3 -if I . ix ffffw' 1- lag- "" lm - Q.-1 , Y ff 1 1 .. 1 .1411 14 ww -- -'Tk' r - ' ff - A 95? 4 11.1.1 - M- X .A A 5 ' -.fi " xi X Y E.--xg f E r Y ?,.i.'V-'N - ae., S N., fx 1-vis' ....- X .1 Um' fzundrzd ffiy-two x E 'E I - : . : . a ET 'tri + ,T 1,53 'i' 5' ,WLZE A .H K 234. Xiu' E? E he E E E1 E fl 3 3 5 'H ' A J 151 t 3 ,' 2 , f 3 P 7 1 ' x 3 ' E 1 3 L A , an E 5 xl A , . 5 .1 , - 1 Student Senate 1 F 5 5 f M E M B E RS 5 " 1914-1915 E FREDERICK C. THIEL '15 President .1 I ROBERT O. BROAD '15 Wa President lj ISABELLE A. JOHNSON '16 Serrnafy : 2 V1 CLEO WILLIAMS '15 E 2' '1 Tp RICHARD M. HUMPHREY '16 ' JE ' gg-3 LEIGHTON W. BOYES '17 gg 'RE X' , tk 1' C I 7 4. 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The Country Life Club ' 5 gg Our literary club, which meets every Thursday evening, is a great social help L .2 gi fx to all students. It gives us an evening of recreation and at the same time is a great aid I If lf . i toward social betterment in the country. This year there are nearly one hundred T E 5 E members of the club. 'Q X The Country Life Club was organized for the purpose of helping the students to speak before an audience without embarrassment, and of giving them ideas for social 'f 3 . . . . leadership in the country. It has more than fulfilled its purpose. Debates, orations, i Q readings, parliamentary practice, and musical numbers are planned by the program E E E committee. These programs could well be carried out in rural communities. The .3 Q intelligent, practical discussion of rural problems by students among themselves gives E them self-confidence and breadth of view, and helps to lay the foundation for success j in any occupation or profession. An attempt was made last year to divide the club into sections, that we might 1 work more efficiently, but after a trial of a few weeks we found that the old spirit of Country Life Club was not present, and it was decided to unite the sections and hold 2 : the meetings as formerly. L Each year a fair is held at which the classes compete for the silver cup. This 2 fair varies from year to year, farm products with a representation from the Domestic Science department making up the exhibit. 2 Our school work gives us a knowledge of the science of Agriculture, while our V. Country Life Club gives us inspiration and ideals for better living. E E ...ES 3.15 :ii E E 1 E Q 3 2 F E' , N 1 I S 2 ll t 1 2 lx: 's is E N13 li v On: lxundredjffiy-:ix Qri ,V i 1.2: C.: X z Q1 ,S ,. 5 3 .: 2 I Ez 5 5 gl :Z La 1' 3 5 3 1 Z 5 'I 5 . 1 SI I ii: g - E E 1 2 :Z s'E g'i- f ' 5 li 54 1 e sip, . ,.. 7, 1 vi' 2, '.-A r f m t 'i- o - 2 ' H51 f' L .. --Y 'Zi inlil-lglii'I'ff,, t e R ,W A' .'I.,, X5-r ' 'UT T-,ff A ,LX Q- 'Ax n Z- I FT V ' f'-2.-Er" 5 SI ' F ' V245 i ' F I ' TQE. '. ' '5 'Q 4 .1204 H. .A ' Bas f W' ij- p 3 3' . .C : :r E 'Z 1 , , If Ll: 5 , E J . N F -2 2 P I If X : I F ' l . I 5 E , E E I 1 E I , , a f A E I . . y I I I Country Life Club f O F F I C E R S F First Term f J HAROLD B. S'rou'r Pff,-idmg 1 PAUL L. GREEN Wee Prexident 5 E BERNICE H. SHERMAN Snretary i Q FREDERICK C. TI-IIEL Treaxurer 5 LENDRA M. BLowERs Edin,- Second Term , NEAL J. CLARKE Pffifdmf HAROLD O. HOWARD Mfr Pffifdfflf LENDRA M. BLOWERS Surztafy , THOMAS C. HUFSTADER 7,10-Tuff" V I Third Term E ROBERT O. BROAD President F I, 5 BENJAMIN F. ARMSTRONG Wu Pmidmf N ri EDNA NORTON Secretary S LEE FRANCIS M. AcIcER Treasum- F 'Fm A . I .51 A l 1, --+ ' f A - " A ' I V guy.. M 7 -5 r F 7 r gfi. I I -E ' gi .1 N1'31M 2f'i, 45 ,I --:E Mil :Ii -4 --.fair ,H Q r' -AI I f P Bi fi lx ' - -- A E ff - f' ,fx in x Q ii, 47?-+7 .f-' :Z A One hundred h'f?y-:wen 'Bib ' 'lr 4 '4:..5 l E . Ir: 5 is 5 IE 5: IA l EE f s I 2 3 I 3 'I S 5 IEE 5 :fg ,. 3' "I 1 'Q ff.: Cs I K' ve: :VSAM E Z i' '- 1121! ..-e rr F' J P' fir- :g . ..if fi L .-- ',' 'Tr F' -'Tm " ' Z' e -v -ge: A 'K r M- - E f . . Q - T4 t e z : 'N . E ff. 1, f I I -A ' 3: ,1 ' M -f' fi 4. , :75 1 Z ,. r A 715' R .A 74' . C. L. M. f C. A. - i E man. ' ' 2 E H The Christian is the highest type of if 1 Hanonn B. S'rou'r President Gr-:ones H. Bnanmnn Wee President 2 2 MARK R. SANFORD Secretary and Treasurer IT. 2 E E E 5 -5 Z , rr 5 ' G -5 .V Z . I G The Country Life Men's Christian Association has had an unusually good ' l fl: l attendance during the past year and the meetings have been full of vim and vigor. 5 Our aim has been to study the existing needs in the rural community and to give, in a f' general way, a nucleus upon which to work when we go back to the farm. The 2 topics which have been discussed have been varied in their nature 5 yet all have per- tained to that one thought--community bettemment and the giving to the rural folk of a T better social, moral and religious life. The C. L. M. C. A. is holding a very im- i portant part in our school life, and we are striving for the future in this work to be as 5 profitable and honorable as the past has been noble and guiding. E IL- E E 'I E n E E Ez E r E E I I 5 v E5 V15 eel:- -:al is ,., gg .. ...S ij E ?I 2 5 ii 5 'Ei I E ' a 5 1: E : : E ,E- E E 5 E E E 2 gi E : 5 5 5 . 1 . 5 5 , E . - . Z i 2 J.. 4:2 I 1 1 z l F E Z: '9 1: 1 - fr :C 1 N-If i 5 3 J :L li e x '- " . I w fffmf-1 ' -'g f 1 s .. e-4 . rip ...-. f ' ' 'Us . Effie 4 -lf, lNl.1x f'1'lGf ' . .j " J - xg Ti ef Y .-A, if ."l is 3' --ff!! ' A 'qt One lxundredjifiy-egrht Y. W. C. A. OFFICERS CLEO VVILLIAMS Prnidmt LULU A. Pom. We Pmidmt BERNICE H. SHERMAN Sccrziary and Treasurer 1 jg- A Aj J :E Dew Drop Inn I 1' ZZ ff' If r I fi' I Q. -1- T' 0" 1 1' um' fl 5 ,rl ,. Ng ' f Z SPE I E 1 A 5 3 Q 5 Q Q 3 i 1 E A 53 :Q 51 . .EE .ES 1. 21 ii' . . I 12 .f Q i S l ,I g H11 L 5.11: - Boarding Club organized in 1913 E E , E ' Q COLORS: Purplr and Grey I E I MEMBERS i I ' CLIFFORD M. POTTER, A. U., 11.8 President 1 ,E ' HUBERT A. WILLIAMS, N. Y. S. A., '17 Sec'-v. and 73-ms. 5 ' ROBERT PRANGEN, N. Y. S. A., '17 GEORGE W. KULL, N. Y. S. A., 117 l J I , PAUL L. GREEN, N. Y. s. A., '15 LEO A. SHAW, Academy '15 ,ME AssoC1ATE MEMBERS 'gl - JOHN R. ALLEN, N. Y. S. A., '15 IRVING MAURE, N. Y. S. A., '15 E ' E ' f kk 15" '-I 'If' 'Au ' C -'I E52 4 i N' Z K - I X L., X-ITE .. k-:J ,4 One hundred .sixty-one if P-ff' - - f R... . L --'Q R 1 --"' ' W A -if T - 2 -M T' ?:-" ' 'T' ' "1 . N G if if 3 'T 4 . 4 'gf If - I 15 I ' . f' ' f T' " . - . X- . '20 nf 'Gi' A ' hi 2 W Q I Ulm E 2. 5 2. ff L1 R A+ 3 .MU 'E 2E 5: x: I lt E i f 125 F 5 I2 C e E 2 fs E1 gi 5 C F 1 1 ap 'I Ex aff C In I H e eg r-E gzz 'E 'Er The R. I. U. is the Club of the hour, and you will find us on the job morning noon, and night. What do we mean by this?--only that we are capable of enjoying three good meals a day, carefully prepared at H Sisson's Restaurant." Our aim is to promote good fellowship and a social spirit which is practiced throughout our school career. Some know us as "the rubes in uniform"g but upon one occasion this year we cast aside our uniforms, donned our best attire, and enjoyed ourselves to the ut- most. The motto we try to live up to is: OUR NAMES HAROLD O. HowARD FREDERICK C. THIEL Ronsnrr O. BROAD HAROLD B. S'rou'r NEAL J. CLARKE LUTHER B. PLUMER HARRY J. BLACKMQRE ARTHUR A. BOOTH RICHARD M. HUMPHREY GEORGE A. WILLEY HAROLD O. DENNIS HowARD J. Pos'r LELAND C. DENNIS LEIGHTON W. Bovss OUR SHORTS "Doc" "Judge" uBob" "Mr. Stout" Neal Most Anything ' 'Blackie' ' Q ::Artics" or "Boots" Dick" K 'George Henry" The R. I. U. Club Learning to Do Doing to Earn Earning to Live Living to Serve. --A. D. D. OUR SONGS It ll "Silent Night." ::I Miss You Most of How Can I Leave Thee?" Darling I Am Growing Old." All." I'm Afraid to Go Home in the Dark." :I Love the Ladies." "The Wearing of the Meet Me in the Shadows." Green. ' ' "All That I Ask is Love.' ' "All Dressed Up and "I Want Sympathy." "If I Ever Go to Hea i 'Good-bye Boy Cel s. ' OUR LONGS To be a farmer. Dancing instructor. No Place to Go.' Ven." "It's a Long Way to CRailroad Valleyl' Manager of an extensive farm. Someone--P Dignified. Philosopher. Studious. A chemist. Go calling. Professor of N. Y. S. A. ,,f ': :ez E 1: Ii Zan ' 5: 5 I 1 B :z E 3 :l 2 Ei Z 2 Lg. S x I 1 1 , a .1 5 - sl' 3 1: 2 : E as J.. tl: 2 E I 3 . . l 1, , E: E if ,rf I f S E." -' E :S :iSpinner" An Orange-ade. E HStash" Genevieve's chauffeur. uSmiles' ' Mayor of Jasper. 2 Stub" Orator. g HE H F-ef'-' R -' 'c-- , .f1"f'+'--M, rr-f' Q sf, in V fm' T-fi I . ' . Vi I 1 f irm I - ' , , f ' 'S if A of ' H1,iIlw:f- I . I f R 3.1 --N - f if-sv T TY-'i - I aria- YT- Y--" 16 if 4 LIASZLI One hundred .fixiy-two ui my wg? 5 3 2 . gg ' I A 5 2 . 5 1 - TEH ny 5 53 IJXV W if T f 5 I1 s : - E X 5 5 f 2 5 5 3 a 2 - ' 2 ' E 1 L 2 E I If ? If , T 7 1 E 1 if 1 E fw 5 .1 Q ff ' 2 f 5 g nf E ,, 1 A vw f I If f U 2 ly . 2 41 'T' je Eg -5 2 ' , 3 A ' f :Q A X L. Q-'a x ,Y 1"ilf-lQf?' 4' 'aff v 'ei-ff -- "M K S-'L 'Tlfl'7 ' V-X 23 ' 522 N R4 ' ' 1 n . Y ' , QQ? f arm - Q2 f 4 if - 1: 011: I lu . mired f1x1,.,M,-M 'sbt : i if Y - 1. l j WV' ?-LTL - - - W "' -- ' -1-:.-:L-1 f -- LF' 1- E 'K - 'i-: L..- Eff, . 'Qi' I ' ' l Q V i: I W-E: Ai ' i I F 'vf 22: l 'I -? f' ' 1 A I 5.5 I 5, 1 J -1-"3 A 1 uh! I 15:3 nl .Q M , Z1 'I I JU 92 :T-S.. . ve E . VZ 5 The N00 Yawk Club . gg E 5 This live addition to the clubs of our Alma Mater was organized on October ij E E 24, 1914 by a group of students whose homes are in the vicinity of the Metropolis. Z 5 2 Every Friday night the club meets to discuss topics of the day. Readings, R , 5 5 nl Q musical and literary numbers are offered and the meetings are never lacking amusement 5 X E I and a general good time. ' 5 2 . . . . . E E li A The primary object of the Club is to promote good fellowship while at school, g E . and to continue these associations after graduation by having annual reunions in New f 1 2 E X York City during the Christmas holidays. Our First Annual Reunion was held on l I, E December 27, 1914, and all that were present reported a good time. E ,I Several Associate Members have been taken into our sacred order within the - V 5 past two months, increasing our number from eleven to fifteen and helping us make , 5 E the Club and its object a success. - i 2 - OFFICERS 5 FIRST TERM Q 2 FREDERICK INTEMANN President 5 - HARRY ANDERSON Wee President T 5 A ELLIOTT VJIGHT Seereiarv 5 , 1 FREDERICK THIEL Treasurer S E g I ERWIN SEDLACZEK Sergeant-at-firms 5 5 E fl SECOND TERM F , E gi HARRY ANDERSON President I 2 5 E F 2 IRVING MAURE Wee President ' E ELLIOTT WIGI-IT Secretary Q 5 j JOSEPH CONDERMAN Treasurer gl : l FREDERICK INTEMANN Sergeant-at-firms 5 ,I E Q 3 I 5 COLORS: Orange and Black E 1 ,Q REGULAR MEMBERS i l HARRY ANDERSON '15---"Andy" IRVING MAURE '15--"Fluf" Q E TI-IoMAs BARRY '15--"Tom" ARTHUR SI-IERIDAN '15--"Sherry" JOSEPH CoNDERMAN '17--HKaiser" ERWIN SEDLACZEK '17---"Seddy' ' 7 ALFRED DECKER '17---"Allie" FREDERICK TI-IIEL '15---"Judge" . j I FREDERICK INTEMANN '15--"Fritz" ELLIOT WIGHAT '17---"Bob" I I GEORGE' KULL '17---"General " l III , ASSOCIATE MEMBERS f Y 1 I! L E l rl LEIGI-IToN BOYES '17-"Stub ' GERALD PLATT 16---"Jerry is E5 2 JENNINGS PICKENS '17---"Piek" WILLIAM WOODRUFF,17-ctW00dy', 2 I l li? 5 5 I -:V 2 lm L5 sf 7 :1 2? T 5 , D " Tf'liiE ' rg, ' Lie' ' . s Ti . ' Q -:iv-:H fe gl e In ,' Ieierwneneeeizs egreegendwefawf I ,W mhgf?i4Cq5Cfl' -Wife Qpfigaa' I- S A . X-X 'I -1:'5i"' .M f X . One hundred sixiywur --- i- Q H , . 95 R ' l ., I ggi- AN- N l x :EI Q I-ii-Ts . - f 54 f avg .E , A , yi, .E -6 ff X L ' 1 , Mp. .jf ' '5 in i ik. 'EEL "f 1 'I 2 Q- ei-2: 3 D E 2 E ' 3 2. 3 E - l E E E ' . E - n 5 E 2 ' X E ll 3 l f ll 3 R Li E 1 5 I 2 E . i A I E f 5 E E :: . E " g ll Q ' 1 The P. D. Q. Club ? X 1 . J 2 5 5 - g 5 ' As the P. D. Q. Club is in its infancy, perhaps it would be well to explain its significance. I il We are banded together by the spirit of good-fellowship, which is plainly evident. Our aim is to 5 5 i promote parlizunentary practice. - ' ? What does P. D. Q. mean? This is the question asked by many. We are a secret organiza- : 3 tion, consisting of all eligible characters who make our dormitory their headquarters. We also : - -Z 5 believe in social functions and if you were invited to our banquet, this would not have to be mentioned. f Z 1 HARRY J. BLAcKMoRE'15 P1-uiden! i 5 ' E E q i RICHARD M. HUMPHREY '16 ARTHUR A, BOOTH '15 5 E , Vin Przfident , : 5 5 5 .5 E E 5 2 WxLL1AM H. HOEIVLER '15 CYRUS M. BLooncooD '16 5 ? 2 E Szrrctarj V- E -f E ' HAROLD O. HONVARD '15 ' 5 : E E E . E E . - E E 5 E . E if 2. R i E '93 - 1 -15 in . 45 Af- i ' GEORCPE A. WILLEY '16 Sergeant -at-Afmx Editor i i E I H E E ffl i Ff 1" f lil E 5 1 X 2 fl: R 2 r l . l . ,Ml . E E Eu? ,, " V ,..-..-.:gli-gf' X L rf" 'f gg '7' + a s gyms' .3 . .. V M ... Q T N211 sf' Q92 ' ,LJ M., .- r..,..! f, . - rd . 22,143 N ,, i.. 35 "All ' Y " "" 0:33745 -dir. "'4 3 . M i 'JZ X C gQill?L Q-tffjmm f f' - M A ' . f N., Xxx 2.1, .X ff Z R- Un: hundred .vixrv-.fix ff ' 1 1 5? E ww! . U llllll umuMLH - E E - Ji 5 gxg. E . T 1 .mumm- E 'I mm- luinmmnllmn Lllllll 'WI E ff 1 lu 53 . S PIE 51.3 f l' 'E . x Z M252 Kanakadea Board of N. Y. S. A. FREDERICK W. INTEMANN Ediior-in-Chief CYRUS M. B1.ooDGooD Businm Manager SUSIE M. LANGWORTHY Family fldfuixer HAROLD B. STOUT Smior Edfior HARRY J. BLACKMORE Junior Ediior LEIGHTON W. BOYES 10-eshman Edifar JOHN S. BIEEBE An' 1. Businm Manager if 13 Y ,l,h, y . i .. 1 , " ' 'TTMQZ 'li ps S f Ein' fl ,Ju U.: rc -Sly , ill ? Vwffl ' X jj? - if i .1'r'. fl Ma- 5? X iii -3 :.'iBZ f3-MA W One hundred .rixly-:wen 5 a ,S .- fr Fe : M - 4 T-T - F, +b ' 5 , -Y EQ:--' x "' ' 'A ? ,' ' YZ' ' f f' f .gk , - f .A " 1 " ' ? 5 2 3 E 2 E 5 ii , Y? Q Y 4 N E E of 1 E K 5: 3 Q ,L 5 E 5 Q Errfn tn th: man mhn'n rushing his hunk. S E V Anh reahing his hunk alum. 1 , 3Fnr mangamaxfa rrahing annthzr maxfn hunk. G Mhm he might tn he rushing his num. ' f gl gi : f E E E 5 1 if 2 9 E I 1' 5 2 'ii i -E 'JE E .4 'HE E 4 ? K .E E. ll 2 if . .. if ' V ' lg -f, I Zig i ' 0, In V-.I LM N .I i f x .1 'twin k - K f 2 - ,Lab -H: c df- : , f' ..'I ,2v5gfZQ . if 5 m "L ' X, flnw ' " 7 N N. - X' R-Rf' Q:QNQ,t' ..,f4 2 . :ffm One lrundrzd -:ixiy-:QM 1.. Q :E .. , nga 'E Z 2 ' : if 2 I E Z ii m n 5 E -. E z-: 5 -.1 gig! m 1? , h fu "1 WLT -T Ax , iii l F 5' r ' I I '- 'ff R , YV' 7 ' f' ' 'eg m f n "?2 " mc A , 3 .5 I' xii 1 " iii I! 5 E iq i . 5 Ahuvrtmvmrntn F i 5 5 3 4 "Gut ahuertiaera mah: thin hunk pnanihlr. me rnnm- Q E 1 l menh them in gnu. Mhmrarr pnnathlr, hug nf them aah 5 mention the lianakaheaf' f E 5 ,f I L . f 5 4 f f : E IE E IIE ,ml hm 4 3 , x 1 wmn h m' - 5 .4 'M , - 12 "1 C - f if fl!1.s.f4,1?f'f':'ff'. , ' 5 '54 X 75331 5 "" ,--1- 'W " A f '4 N, --4 2:-ezpfml ff I , f K One hundrzd .rixty-nine .5 sz E x: Il ll ll ll ll ll ll-ll ll ll E Costumes, Wigs, . Muses, ete. . -fi-ss - " 4' 1 on hire or sale for all modern and Q up . 4 - 4 historical Theatrical Plays, College Q A 1? -m e Pla s, Bal-Masque, Tabaleux, ,M g .. ig, y "ll ggi Minstrels, Cantanta, Old Folks ,C A-ijw Concert, Minuettes, etc. - E .,4Z.J.lf 41, . . U Correspondence S0l1CltCd. - 'Y' M I L L E R , Costztmier - 236 South Elefuenth Street U PH1Lf1DELPH1A, PA. E ll ll ll ll ll ll ll ll ll ll H ate! Lmzgwel! Elmira, New York Headquarters for all students visiting Elmira S0 rooms with bath 100 rooms with hot and cold water Rate: 32.50 to 33.50 per day, ffmerican Plan Ithaca Hotel, Ithaca, New York Same Management ' j. A. 811. H. CAUSER, Proprs. " ll ll ll ll-.3 ll ll ll ll ll ll 1 JVIALON EY GUARANTEED TREES : Everybody's Favorite Collection---15 Trees and Plants, value 51.65 for 98c. 1 Alexander, early fyellowj Peachg 1 Red Astrachan, summer, 1 McIntosh dl inter A le' 1 Cl ' m er Qvell J P ' 1 Na ol t re w , pp , apps su m , ow ear, p son swee : whitel, 1 Ea. Richmond, sour fredl Cherry, 1 Orange uinceg 1 Burbank : Amber Plum. All 4-5 feet high, Grapes 2 year, 1 Concord ?bluej, 1 Catawba, fredjg Currants 2 year, 2 Wilder fredl, 3 Pieplant roots. You will make a big saving on 'your spring planting by writing today for our Free Wholesale Catalogue, illustrated in colors. L 4-YVIALONEY BROS. CQ. WELLS CO., 225 Main St., Dansville, N. Y. , "' Dansvllle's Pioneer Wholesale Nurseries "' ll ll ll ll ll ll ll.ll ll ll , One lzundred seventy . Dennison 81 Sons igntpl ijlaggpu Wholesale and Rgetail Jlflanufacturing Wellsville, N. Y. Stationers QAII JVIodern Improvements Rpates 352.50 and up 19 21' Cliff St. New York G. JVI. FOX Proprietor Tracy 8: Jones 'Qib Qfllfred Stud1o 75 Church St. I-Ior'nell, N. Y. When y'ou are ready to build or repair see us. We carry a large stock of doors, windows and lumber of an kinds .tel .tl Headquarters for lbusselloid Rgooiing YN Your portraits and those of your classmates, will be doubly precious in the years to come. Let us help you to keep the happy memory of school days for all time. M D, L, CQ, W, Coal Hunting's Stud10 One hundnd seventy-one BRICK MACHINERY COMPLETE LINE FOR PAVING OR BUILDING BRICK ' NO. 17 HOLLOW WARE MACHINE No. 20 Catalog describes complete line of Auger Machines 3 Combination Machines, Dry Pans, Pug Mills, Auto- matic Cutters, Screens, Elevators, Etc. THE BONNO T COMPANK I CANTON, OHIO BRANCH OFFICES 909 N. Y. LM- Building 211 Hxkgins Building KANSAS CITY, MO. LOS ANGELES, CAL. One hundred :evenly-two - The Store That Backs Every Purchase M. E. TRAVIS HORNELL, N. Y. Kuppenheimer Clothes Young's Hats Carter's Underwear Metric Shirts Jvlonito Hose ERLICH BROS. Always something new and different in Ready-to-wear for Women and Girls. HORNELL, N. Y. Wettlin's Flowers .nr Everything in Flowers Wettlin Floral Co., Hornell, N. Y. Both 'Phones SWISS QAMERICAN Restaurant and Lunch Room The Best Place in Town E. BRUDERLIN, - Proprietor Opp. Fassett House Wellsville, N. Y. For Safety and Comfort Use This Omnibus HORNELL-ALLEGHANY TRANSPORTATION CO. One hundred Jefveniv-Mrre AZWA 'A l I X ff 99 A NEW HAVEN S Q X BRICK MACHI ES Q 5 E S ARE BUILT FOR ENDURANCE E 5 S The first goal sought in designing "New E Haven" Soft Clay Brick Machines was Endur- Q E ance. The second, Capacity. The question of Q E cost did not enter into our plans and never has. E We knew if we attained these two goals we X would solve the economic problem. E X S The "New Haven" costs a little more to buy S S but manifestly less to run. The "New Haven" S lasts longer and gives more service. Continuous E results determine the economic value rather Q S than iirst cost. For that reason the "New Q g Haven" has proven itself the least expensive S S after all. E E 2 WRITE Fon CIRCULARS E 5 S 5 THE EASTERN MACHINERY COMPANY 3 E NEW HAVEN, CONN. S ss ViZAY,A7a4YAZ I E One lrundrzd .rrvzntywur ' AZVHVAWWAV.4ZW4E' 2V2V2 VAZ71q AL f Scoville Brown Q S S X ' 5 X X S mf Comp anlf' E X Watches. Jewelry and Big Ben X E Wholesale Grocers E S Boston Safety Fountain Pen X I X X Banners, Penants, Kodak Goods Wellsvllle, N. Y. X X Mantle Clocks in many woods, X E X X Lavalliers of style that's right. X 5 I X S Scarf-Pin-Safetys that grip tight X 6 0 S X Cut Glass and China Patterns rare, X E A A E X Each piece made with utmost care. X S X X All these things and many more X E S S Are found in our Main St. Store. S E We conduct the largest whole- E E S E sale grocery business in this Q X N E section of the state. Q E E Sk We handle food products of X S ails SHAIZFRED S E strictly dependable quality. E E W ' ' ' E X VZZ7AKZ lZV' 1' AZ2mWlVAWl7fAW MVZ mb k8cD'd Tor-Ia Gdg il C 0 C 3 VI S 0 ll OW ve 00 X S ilust as the student must master S E Lights and Fires With E h S I bl i d t S complletzyhgsncougsi wlitlerhimilog E Natural Gas S X so the merchant must master E "'-'Ti E X Knowledge of Merchandise E X Q 1 5 1 th f f A X A Propel Adj sted Clean X pubs: flgprotlaia n e S amp 0 E S gas mixer Sand alaood, Clean S We have made merchandise a X E burner and a good mantle E S study and it is to this factor we X gn it will give you a Good owe much of our increasing busl- S E Light. 1 ness. E Our aim ls to make this truly a 5 E A COMMON feather is useful E X X X . . X Q Qualify S1-01-e Q Q in cleaning the dust from 5 . , Q Q mixers. E Dry Goods, Ready to wear Clothing, 5 S 5 5 X 5 Q Babcock 8: Davidson, Q S Empire Gas 8z Fuel Co. 5 114-ns mam sr., llornell, N. Y. N 5 Ltd. X X X X M 4 l One lxundrzd .twenty-ffvz VVing's Quality Seeds are known everywhere. Our' QALFALFA SEED is famous for its purity and qualityg we sell nothing but the best QAMERICAN GROWN seed. Corn Soy Beans Our' own improved strains Vetch and Melilotus The Great Soil Restorers. U1 full line of Field and Garden Seeds. Send for our free catalog. The Wing Seed Co. Box A Mechanicsburg, Ohio. il- III Concentrate! For efficiency and economy use the world's standard writer 3 Afidiii You '-55? ' en ' To fit your hand and purse in 'Safety Regular, Safety and Self-Filling Types. 5em'q:siIf'1?gi'? L. E. Waterman CO., 173 Broadway, New York 011: hundred seventy-:ix View of the Manufacturing Plant of C. B. COTTRELL 8: SONS CO Where the famous Cotfrell Presses are Built Fifty-five years of building presses of the highest quality, and no other kind, has made the "Cottrell" name-plate on a machine a guarantee of its unsurpassed quality in design, workmanship and material C. B. COTTRELL 8: SONS CO. worms, WESTERLY, R. 1. NEW YORK CHICAGO One llundrzd :evenly-:wen Partial List of Machines We Build For Clay Workers Alsip Conveyor System, Cable Conveyor Auger Brick Machines Barrows and Trucks Blowers and Fans Brick Dies Brick Setting Machinery Brick Conveying Machinery Buliing Machinery Clay Steamers Clay Feeders Combined Auger Machine and Pug Mill Conduit Machinery Conveyors Crushers Cutting Tables Cutting Wire Drain Tile Machinery Disintegrators Dry Cars Dryers Dry Pans Dry Press Brick Machinery Dump Cars Q Elevators Elevating Platform Cars Electrical Driven Clay Working Mchy. Engines and Boilers Fire Brick Machinery Fire Proofing Machinery Flat Cars Floor Tile Machinery Friction Clutch Pulleys Granulators Gravity Haulage ' Hand Power Presses Hand Wincli Hoists Hollow Building Block Machinery lacks Kiln Irons Molds Mold Sanders Paving Brick Machinery Plunger Machines Pottery Machinery Pug Mills Pulleys, Couplings, Hangers, etc. Reduction Mills Represses Rock Crushers Roofing Tile Machinery Rotary Dryers Runner Brick Press Sand Dryer Sand-Lime Brick Machinery Screens Sewer Pipe Cutting Tables Sewer Pipe Dies Sewer Pipe Presses Sewer Pipe Trucks Sizing Machinery Slip Spray Pump Soft Mud Brick Machinery Steam Pump Steam Shovels Steam Trap Transfer Cars Turntables ' Unloading Device for Pans Wet Pans Winding Drums Winches Description and Photos of any Machine upon Request The American Clay Machinery Company Bucyrus, Ohio. One lzundred :evenly-aight A ASSOCIATED MANUFACTURERS COMPANY Builders .gf Cream Separators Concrete Mixers Power Washing Machines Farm Lighting Plants Pump jacks Gasoline Engines Feed Grinders Wood Saw Outfits Friction Pulleys Line Shafts Factory and General Office Waterloo, Iowa BRANCHES Charlotte, N. C. Columbus, O. Grand Rapids, Mich. Indianapolis, Ind. Kansas City, Mo. Madison, Wis. Minneapolis, Minn. Nashville, Tenn. New Orleans, La. Oklahoma, Okla. Omaha, Neb. St. Louis, Mo. Syracuse, N. Y. London, England Om' hundred mventi mne C R O S S L E Y The Name That Stands For Quality Every Machine We Sell Is Our Agent Because It Sells Another WE MANUFACTURE A COMPLETE LINE OF Electrical, Porcelain, Tile, Clay-Working, Clay-washing and Refining Machinery COMPLETE INSTALLATIONS A SPECIALTY Our No. 1 Experimental or Laboratory machine is complete in every respect and is self contained. It can be bolted down to Hoor with- out any setting or foundations, requiring very little space. We have about ten of these machines in the largest Ceramic Colleges throughout the United States and we think this alone will testify to the character and workmanship of this machine. We lay out your buildings, placing the necessary machinery in same in the most approved manner furnishing boilers, engines, motors, etc., and turn same over to you ready for use. Our 35 years of experience in this line has made us experts and our en- gineering department is always at your service and if you have any knotty problems submit them to us. The Crossley Machine Co. General Machinists and Founders. TRENTON, N, Jw U, S, A, Send For Our Latest Catalog. One hundred llfllfjl X S X X A X E The New York State School of S . A . X S Clay Worklng and Ceramlcs E X S At Alfred University E Alfred, N. Y. X M 5 X X Q Courses in Ceramic Engineering. Courses in Applied Q S Arts. Short coufses in Clay-working and in Normal Art. S E E E E S S Q S S X X X X Q E X s St 5 S Catalog upon application to at CHARLES F. BINNS, Director X X E Q Om lzundrfd nlgbra'-on: -nw Euzemle Cm ENGRAVING Co B U F PALO. N.Y WL' MADE THE ENGRAVINGS FOR THIS BOOK. L, .J One hundred nlrlxty-two B. S. BASSETT F. H. ELLIS JVIen's Wear . 1'-'-""" Parker Founta1n Pen Kuppenheimer Clothes Walk-Over Shoes Hawe's Hats Spaulding Sweaters and jerseys Arrow Shirts and Collars And all other fixings that College Pharmacist JVIen demand. . B. s. BASSETT, Alfred, N. Y. Alfred, N CW York K How Are We caring For .gguu gg Gur Books? My F Good Books Are Entitled to Good Care In the Globe-Wernicke Book Units is found the desired way to keep our books when they are not in use. We are agents for Globe-Wernicke Goods. V. A. BAGGS cs. CO. Om' hundred ukfrty-tlxree . . 1 . , . .- ,-,. . ,. . ......., .L.......L.... ..,.. SHELDO AUTO BUS SERVICE The Best Way QA1fr'ed to Hornell A 40 JVIINUTES ON THE NEW STATE RQOAD LEAVE ALFRED LEAVE HORNELL 8:30 A. M. 11:15 A. M. 1:30 P. M. 5:00 P. M. 7:00 P. M. 10:30 P. M. THOSE wishing to attend theater or evening parties in Hornell will find it very convenient to'1eave on the seven o'clock bus, arriving in I-Iornell at 7:40, returning by the bus leaving at 11:30 p. m. Cspecial occasions.D . One hundred llkhfjwllf Tfzere': More Than fur! "Look" To Our Hart, Schaflner 86 Marx Clothes You'll appreciate their luxurious "feel", you'll marvel at their perfect fit. Best of all you'll like the prices, they'll seem unusually low for such styles and fabrics. However, the things you can't see are another reason for buying them-- inner materials, thorough workmanship--these mean long wear. Choose from the most complete stock of Men's Clothing in l-Iornell. Every style that's good in every pattern or color is here to delight you. We're specially fixed for you so-called "hard-to-fit" men. We guarantee to fit any of you-perfectly. 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One lzunrded zljglzlyyftfe 3V,'l' 3U"l' PHY' BWV' 3V'l' SUV' au 'I' GUY' 5U'l'l5Il'I' 507' y VV' PVT' 507' FV 'I' Y SFI' .x I-x .xffaffaf AHA' ,O .l .9 .IMI .Of.I .0f.l sa: rm: 2,4 1-'C 14114 ,Wg 250' 4,5 'ill-N Rf Z2 'xii :xx '-fill 57? fe? sw C 00 0 gflfll Ziff '-me ,A -- gy je! me-, .53 YE: :EE A s s h 1 H ' h tate c oo o erlng t or- -QRf gag , , me -, +'.1 oughly practlcal courses ln +55 ss. 1-me J:-P a 4.4, 0 l d I xi. 55442 Agrlcu ture an Home Eco- -,rss :QQ yy! gig? nomlcs. e,-o Q.. zf f' -. :Qs ' h f d r n- -1 53+ T ree year courses or gra - Q 5-I-tiff -ps: we f h wir' gap uates o t e common schools. 3g 4' - A cm pji., f a h ,Abu gmwg Two year courses or H1g :ggi LSB-v Q-'S aw h 1 d was is Sc oo gra uates. 4796 S ' 1 h ' 'W My pec1a s ort w1nter courses. gg T 5 4 731-. ,AXE we 23533 ix-v Je: ,SE 3+ ig gq. R CA A R "" F0 T LOGUE ADD ESS ' f , ,ez 'ef' 'R di 'ff' 51 gl, ...- X xxx sp. V! 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Do not be found among the small minority, but carry an account with the UNIVERSITY BANK, ALFRED I5 North Main Street D S BURDICK, Pres. C. C. CHAMPLIN E A GAMBLE. Cashier . V.-P. For the best in A R T I S T l C Ph0t0gl'2lDhy 1' WW X 2 E.c.cnEE.Ne.Ass'xcashler 122 MAIN ST. HORNELL On: lrundrcd algltty-:wen JVIain and Broad St. Hor'nell, N. Y. Get to know this store BETTER" d The Best Clothes Stock Farm for JVIen Producers of Adler-Rochester Clothes TEN Imperial Hats ' xg A' White Cat CKlosed Krotchb Q Union Suits ht Stag Brand Trousers M. A. Crandall 8: Son Andover, N. Y. Gus Veit CE, Co. The qfllffed Cafe Ice Cream Parlor Q is The Place to Get Good Things to Eat Board by the Week 54.50 Our Box Candies Cannot Be Beaten Banquets and Private Parties Our Specialty C. S. HURLBURT Proprietor One lzunrlred fgrhty-:QM l lil I ll ll ll ll ll - ll ll Alfred niversity "The College in tfze HzYlr" is the right place for you to take your college course. Because it is a good College. Because the location is healthful. J I Because the teachers are specialists. Because living expenses are mod- erate. Because it has a summer school. ' Because the courses of study and subjects offered are varied and practical. Because the moral influences are good. Because one can ,combine techni- cal with liberal educatlon. For catalogues of The College of Arts and Sciences, The State School of Clay-Working and Ceramics, and The State School of Agriculture or other in- formation, address President Boothe C. Davis, Alfred University, Alfred, N. Y. The Vocational Bureau of the Twentieth Century Club co-operates with the alumni in helping to place them in the best possible teaching and other remun- erative positions. ll'll ll ll ll ll ll ll lil' Un: hundred eighty-nine H E appreciation of work well done, so often expressed by our friends to whom we have shown previous editions of the Kanakadea, has been one of the pleasant experiences which We have enjoyed through our associa- tion with Alfred students. The service of our organization is al- ways at the disposal of college people requiring good printing. FULLER9- DAVIS C O R P O R A T I O N Belmont, New York wi wb PX. fi is ' " fx fx" ' W 6, 6, Q, -Q, WLS 'MECQCQ QQ 6195" One fzundrzd ninety ' THREE iffffj Tuttle8e Rockwell Co. WALLS ' jmmmg E Egan E til, 'IW HEAT 5 WIND Hornell's Largest and Best Proof Proof Department Store riilnlu lil CRAINE 3-WALL SILO lt'n a scientific silo backed by 13 years of success. l 'de-thick. vcnical wooden stsves. Next-waterproof 1 lt lke rubber roofing. Outside wall-the Crninc-Lox Cypress sidi z t uous and overlapping. lt's air-tizht. . Neither heat no old can pass through the walls. No iron hoops to adjust. I proved ladder and door. With every lilo is A Guarantee That Means Something It positively insures you as to maternal. length of service. sttenzth ot construct . stability against winds. etc. Write for free book and prooi of this genuine stlaze insurance the :mme of the nearest Crainc factor and the reasonn for the We appfedate yollf ffade. 1-haf! uw pnce. w. L. SCOTT LUMBER co. Why 001' ad is MYS- Norwich, N. Y. Factories Everywhere F. E. STILLMAN Ulgent for QA. G. Spaulding CG, Bros. Groceries School Supplies Confectionery, Etc. Ullfred, New York Sheldon CH, Stevens Quality Shoe Repairing ' All kinds of shoes repaired, cleaned ' ' Cl hl d. R ii I th d Lwety' Sala' Feed' :lbbir 'gods ofezlh ltllngelsfa Sgisllzl- Exchange Sfablw tion guaranteed. 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