Allegheny College - Kaldron Yearbook (Meadville, PA)

 - Class of 1908

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KEISTIQII, 'lf K NI' If'I.oI:IsNcIc M. GRAUI-:I., K A 0 ' MAIIV NIcIfIoI.s, K li l' MARY GIQIQIQN, A X S2 MAIII:IcIzIa'I' I-I. ISEIQIIIQ, 0 E C. F. Llawls, A 'I' A C. I-I. CI.AIucIc, 0 A 'T' I H. N. GouI.Im. NIARY I.. BUND. HONORARY. KA'I'IIIsIzINI4: ADAMS, ,07, K A G FRANCIS L. I.AliouN'I'v, '07, III li AP L. ., .. .J MJXEJI' MRS. SARAH B. COCHRAN The Lady Elect of Allegheny College DR. LUCIUS H. BUGBEE DEDICATED With the lasting esteem of the students of Allegheny College to REV. LUCIUS H. BUGBEE, D.D., ' whose message of truth still is eloquent. Our Mission HE witchery of drifting blossoms and opening Ilowers has diffused a subdued magnanimity through this, our mes- sage of sweetness and light. The Kaldron will prove a self-revelation to many, a friendly indictment of the rest. lu the far away years when you are dreaming in the shadows and firelight, of the glad days when in the music of springtime and hope and life, the world stretched out before your eager pulsing youth: when, fellow student, your eyes dim because of the "light of other days" that Hoods around, then as you turn the pages of this volume will you know its true mission-a book of mem- Ories. -rrlllf EDITOR. BOARD OF TRUSTEES. Ex-Officio. His Excellency Edwin S. Stuart, Governor of the Commonwealth. 1 Hon. James T. Mitchell, Chief Justice of the Su-preme Court. Hon. Hampton L. Carson, Attorney General. Luy Trustees. Samuel B. Dickzk .... ..... . . Harvey Henderson ..... Willianii Thomas ......... john J. Henderson, l.L.D ....... . 'l'heodore L. Flood, DD., LL. D. . . . jonathan Hamnett, DiD ......... john A. Woocl .... ' .... . VVilliam S. Foltz .... james VV. Lee ................ Rev. james R. Mills, DD ......... Rev. joseph Horner, D.D., LL.D. . . . . . .Meadville . . . . .Allegheny . . .Meaclville . . . .Meadville . . . .Meadville . . . .Meadville . . . .Pittsburg . . . .New Castle . . . . . . .Pittsburg . . . .Cleveland, O. . . . . . . . . . . .Pittsburg Rev. Joseph XV. Miles, D.D ...... ........ I ..McKeesport John C. Barclall ............ . . Frank A. Arter. . . James P. Colter ..... james W. Kinnear. . . f Gordon B. Chase .... 'Deceased Moundsville, VV. Va. . . . . . . .' .Cleveland, O. . . . .Meadville . . . .Pittsburg . . .Greenville Rev. Thomas H. VVooclring, DD. . . Rev. Andrew C. Ellis, D.D ........... Rev. james M. Bray, A.M ....... - ..... Rev. William H. Crawford, DD., LL.lJ .... Rev. Andrew C. Ellis, DD .......... . Rev. James M. Bray, A.M .... . John E. Rigg, M.D ....... Durbin lelorne ........ . . . Iiclwarcl Appleyarcl .... , , , Robert B. Murray ........ VVesley B. Best ........... Rev. Russell lf. Ketler, l,J.lJ. . . Rev. Thomas N. Boyle, DD .... Jesse C. McDowell ......... VVilliam S. Smith .... John V. Ritts ....... Charles Miller. . . . john S. Craig .... Edward H. Utley. . . Harry G. Sampson, . . . . . Austin Blalcesle ......... . . Rev. Noble G. Miller, lJ.l.J .... Truman D. Collins ......... A. M. Schoyer. . . . Nelson A. Rist ..... john J. Carter ....... . Rev. C. McDonald .... . . .Johnstown . ......... Oil City . . . .XVestlielcl, N. Y. .. . . . .Meaclville . ......... Oil City . . . Westfield, N. Y. . . . .XVilkinsburg . . . . . . . . . .Pittsburg Jamestown, N. Y. . . .Youngstown, 0. .. . . . .Meaclville . . .MiclclleHelcl, O. . . . . . . .Crafton . . . .Pittsburg . . . .Meaclville . . . . .Butler . . . . .Franklin . . . .Allegheny . . . .Pittsburg . . . .Pittsburg . . . .Du Bois . . . .Blairsville . . . .Nebraska . . . .Pittsburg . . . .Dawson . . . .Titusville . . . .New Castle Arthur L. Bates ...... ...... M eaclville Simpson S. Ford .... .... C levelancl, O. R. B. Wa1'd ..... . ......... Pittsburg C. E. Welcli .........................,. Westlield, N. Y. Olliccrs of the Board. Durbin Horne ........ ........... ...... P 1 'esiclent John J. Henderson. . ............... Vice-President Williaiii S. Smith.. . ......... Secretary and Treasurer 10 Executive Committee. William H. Crawford .... P. .... .............. C hairman VVilliam S. Smith ............................. Secretary William Thomas john -I. Henderson Theodore L. Flood CONFERENCE BOARD. Rev. T. N. Eaton, D. D. Rev. J. F. Murray, Ph. D, W. S. Horner' VV. bl. Guthrie Rev. H. G. Dodds, D.D. Rev. D. H. Platt, D.D. Austin Blakeslee VVilliam Hardwick Rev. Charles H. Stocking, Rev. Robert M. Freshwater, D.D. D.D. . Reed P. Clark -Q John O. Pew Rev. M. F. Compton, D.D. Rev. J. S. Robinson H. F. jones Edward S. Hazlett CENTEN A!R Y HOA Rl IS . lfit-tShlll'g Conference, Rev. Charles VV. Smith, D.D., LL.D .... .... I 'resident Rev. joseph Horner, D.D., LL.D ..... ....... S eeretary joseph H. Holmes ........ ................... 5 lreasurer Albert A. Horne Harvey Henderson A. C. Knox NV. A. Carr Eric Conference. .......President Rev. R. S. Borland, D.D.. Rev. J. W. Blaisdell, D.D. . . . . . . . . .Vice-President . Secretary Rev. T. W. Douglass, D.D. . . ...... . . . . . . ....... . ...... Treasurer W. VV. Gelvin William Thomas Vtfilliam S. Smith ........ Rev. H. G. Dodds, D.D. Rev. VV. S. Mitchell Rev. W. H. Crawford, D.D., LL.D. . T. NV. English B. L. Singley Rev. R. A. Buzza Rev 11 ACULTY REV. WILLIAM H. CRAWFORD, D. IJ.. l.I,.D President. 1 - WVillium T. Dutton, C.E. B OD H, CIF B K Professor of Malliemalfrs and Civil Eng1'1zc'c1'ing. C,E., Dartmouth College, 1876 Professor of Mathematics and Vice- Principal, C. V. S., Normal School 1881-86, Professor of Mathematics. Eclinhoro Normal' School, 1886-90 present position, 1890. Jonathan 'I-Iauunett, D.D. CID B K Professor EIllC'I'1'llt.Y A.B., Allegheny College, 1839, A,lVl.. Allegheny Col- lege, 18433 D.D., University of Missouri, 18693 Professor of Latin Language and Literature, Allegheny Col- lege. 1845-733 Vice Presi- dent, Allegheny College, 186-2-843 Professor of Mathe- matics and Astronomy, Al- legheny College, 1882-843 Emeritus Professor of Phi- losophy, Allegheny College. 1884, Librarian, Allegheny College, 1884-1906. lVillium A. Elliott, L.H.D. CIP A GJ, fb B K Professor of Greek Iamguagc and Lilcratu1'c. A.B., Allegheny College, 18895 A.lVl. Allegheny College, 1892, L.lAl.D., Diele- inson College, lQ02, American School of Classical Studies, Athens, 1894-5, Principal Preparatory School, Alle- gheny College, 1889-923 Profe sor of Latin and Greek, 1892-43 memhei American Philological Association member Archaeological Institute of l America, present position, 1902. Ernest A. Smith, I'h.D. BOH,QBK Pt't:ft'.mu' of 1'Ii.rlnry and lZt'nnumirs. A.B., Ol1io Wesleyan Universitv, 18885 A.M., 18915 Principal Valdosta Collegiate Institute, 1889-935 Gradu- ate Stuclent Johns lloplcins University, 1895-85 member of American Histori- eal Association: member Southern History Society5 member American Economic Assoeiation5 present 'posi- tion, 1898. Clarence Frisbee Ross, A.M. QAG,QBK Bradley I7I'0fL'550l' Latin Language and l.iteraturc. A.l3., Allegheny College, 1891, A.M., Allegheny College, 18935 University of Chicago, Summer Quarter, 1895-65 Senior Fellow in Greek, University of Chicago, 1898-95 University of Berlin, 1896-75 Professor of Greek and Ger- man, Missouri NrVesleyan College, 1901- 21 Instructor in Greek and Latin and Principal of Preparatory School, Alle- gheny College, 1892-55 Assistant Pro- fessor, 13959 Professor, 19005 member American Philological Association 5 present position, 1902. l Frtulk C. Lockwood, 1'h.D. A T A, KI? B K Profcs.s'0r of Ezzglislz Laufguagc and I.itcraturc. A.B., Baker University, 18921 A-M-y Wesleyan University, 19025 Ph. D., Northwestern University, 1896: Pro fessor English Language and Litera- ture, Mt. Union College, 1898-93 Pm fessor of English, Kansas State Agri cultural College, 1900-025 present po- sition, 1902. 14 Robert S. Breed, Ph.D. fl! I' A, fb B K Professor of Biology and Geology. B.S., Amherst College, 1898: NLS., University of Colorado, 18993 P. H. D., Harvard Uni- versity, 19023 Instructor in Biology, University of Colo- rado, 1893-993 University Scholar, Harvard University, 1899-19003 Assistant in Zo-- ology, Harvard University, 1900-01 3 Austin Teaeliing Fellow. llarvard University, 1901-023 Assistant in Zoology. Biological Lahoratory, Cold Spring Ilarhor, 1905. Mem- her American Association for the Advancement of Seieneeg American Society of Zoolo- gistsg present position, 1902. l 1 George A. Mulflnger, Ph.D. Profe.vsor of Gvrmrnz Lflllgllllgf and I,-1'!c1'olm'r'. A.B., Northtwcstern University, 18853 D.B., Garrett Bihlieal Institute, 18873 Student, University of Tubingeii, 18893 Student. University of Berlin, ISQO-QI, President of German College, Mt. Pleasant, Iowa. 1892-33 Reader in Gern1an, University of Chicago, 1894- 52 Head of Department of German, Weiiclell Phillips High School, Chicago, 1897-19053 Ph.D., University of Chi- cago, 19013 Me-mher of Modern Lan- guage Association of America, present position, 1905. Camden M. COIIPIWI. fb K YI' CIF B K 1JI'0ft'.f.Y0l' of Euglisli Bible and Phil- o.vopl1y of Religion. A.B., Allegheny College. 18763 A.M., Allegheny College, 1879: S.T.B., Bos- ton University, 18833 Ph.D., Boston University. 18883 lllemher of Interna- tional Congress 0f Orientalists, 18923 D.D., Allegheny College, 1899: Mem- ber of Society of Biblical Archaeology of Lond0n3 Life Associate Member Victoria Exploration Fundsg present position, 1906. lVI!l,l'g'lll'0l7 E. N. l+'1-user. K K I' Professor of Romancz' Lan- guages. Dean of lfV0lllt'll. A.l3., University of Toronto. 18953 Fellow in English, Uni- versity of Pennsylvania, 1895- 985 A.M., University of Penn-- sylvania, 1896, Ph.D., Univer- sity of Pennsylvania, 18983 Professor of Romance Lan- guages, Elmira College, 1898-- 1905g present position, 1905. Charles J. Ling. EAE Professor of Physics and Astronomy. B.S., Cornell University, 1890, Instructor in Science, Carrollton, Illinois, 'High School, 18902 Professor of Natural Sciences, State Normal School, Natchitoches, Louisiana, 1890-92: Vice Principal and Instructor in Science, Centennial High School, Pueblo, Colorado, 1892-943 Instructor in Physics, Manual Training High School, Denver, Colorado, 1894-962 A.M., University of Denver, 1900, Ph.D., 19021 Instructor in Astronomy and Mathematics, University of Denver, Summer Ses- sion, IQO2, Member American Physical Society, Fellow American Association for the Advancement of Science, Member Astronomische Gcsellschaftg present position, 1906. Lemuel R-. Brown. AIWBK Assistant Professor of English. AB., Middlebury College, IQOI, Head of English Department, Seattle High School. Seattle, Washington, IQOI-21 A.M., Harvard University, 19033 ACUUS Professor of English and Oratory, Olivet College, 1903-45 present posi- tion, 1904. ,Ji " 'W ivyfgii ,mt .. own- 1-. Akers, 1'h.' DQ vm .. H.: , . A.rsi.v!ant Profcxnwr in Mallwmativs. AB., University of Colorado, 1900: Engineering School, University of Colorado, IQOOLOIQ A.M., University of Colorado. 1902: Graduate Scholar. Department -of Mztthemuties, Cornell University, 1902-045 Assistant in Math- ematics, Cornell Uifivci-sity, 1904-051 Pl1,D., Cornell University, 1905 3, Mem- her of thc American Mathematical Societyg Member Cireolo Matcmatico Di Pztlerinog present position, 1905. Alice .Huntington Spalding. Iu.rl1'uctor in 13.'L'flI'L7XS1'0Il and Physical Training. Graduate of Cumnock School of Oratoryg Northwestern University 1897, present position 1907. 17 Guy ililverett Snuva-ly. flssislnnl Prnfvs.ru1' of Iircnulz. A.l3.. Jolms-lloplcins Uni- versity, 1901: Master of Latin and Mathematics, 'l'hc Nautical Acatlt-my, Easton, Mal.. 1901- 02, Graduate Stnclent, Ro- mance Department. Johns- llopkins University, H202-03. 1904-063 Associate Principal, Milton Acaclcmy. Baltimore. 1902-05: Instructor in Mathe- matics, U. S. Naval Acaclcmy l'rcparatory School. Summers of 1902 anrl 19033 Stntlent at the Alliance Francaise, Paris, Summer of 1905: present po- sition, 1906. Ira David Iflyskm-ll, A. ll' li li bfslrzzrlor in l.t1l1'u. A. li. Allegheny College, H1055 Grad- uate Student, Harvard University, 15105- '07g A. M. Harvard University, 1007g present position, 1907. M. ,Edwin Loc, A. M., M. S. S A E A X E Prajlnvsor Hf C'hem1's!131. B. Northeastern Ohio College 1896, Instructor Chemistry, Plainfield, H. S. Indiana, 1890-'98, Professor Chemistry and Physics Northeastern Uhio College 1808-1900, graduate work Cornell Uni- versity 1900-'01, M S, Mt. Union College 1902-'04, M. S. Northeastern Ohio Col- lege 15106, Professor of Chemistry Alle- gheny College 1907. Member American Chemical Society, Fellow American As- sociation for the Advancement of Science, Honorary Member Alpha Chi Sigma fraternity ftihemicalj. l e H- J- Sll0l'tZ1 M- D- Phjl.VfI'tlf D1'rL'1'!01'. NZN 1902, Mercershurg Academy: 1900, jefferson Medical College, Physician McKeesport llospital, 1906-07. Present position, 1907 .. -1-1 . Librarmn A.9Sl1Yldllf in lizalogy lflnunu M. Edson. K .Ml Edith Rowley, A. B. O 22 Assislanl in Pkysirs C. 0. Peters. ZAIC DEGREES CONFERRED JUNE 20, 1007. .-1-.... Doctor of Laws. Carl Riemenschneider Doctor of Divinlty. Jesse W. 'Carly William Forney Hovis Theodore S. Henderson David Gardner Latshaw William Rhiud Wedderspoon Muster of Arts. John 'Clayton Barkley Homer B. Potter William Malcolm Buzza John Emery Roberts Thomas Fornear Frederick Everett lStOCkf.0l1 Walter Henry Lofthouse Walter Scott Trosh Ralph Waldo Emerson Yeany DEGREES CONFERRED ON FACUIIITY MEMBERS. Guy Snavely, Assistant in French, Doctor of Philosophy, Johns Hopkins University, May, 1908. 5171 .v wi Photo. by Fowler. COCHRAN HALL f'31-f-faiffsfrferfu. f H fb Z f 4 Photo. bv Fnwlpr. SENIORS, 19CS T. 5,973 . 'l N11 'i mg 9 'ik fl .,. ll N we , P A NW 'S 7 M 0 bl :xiii sill "S-9 ,LA -.e .-.4 5' ' Q. J '35-'-" f A l .N WH 4 Hz, l 1 lf G4 QL-D 'S hp .fm Z.. MMIII .A l il" N ll ' rl 1 Vkb- 1 ' Dfw M W ir ll 1. Ml. Lf. 5 I ,g 'ia if Ju ' vii . fiml fr.f- .2 . r . i - .. 1 .i win ffmfau 'l'j""fTx , ri il ' " ,fl , . 2 ,, , Mille 3 ll -wr if : iii AV V fi if wh ilggijg :5gQ.j+.fil.lM 5, 1 45 fl lglilbguimigppgg. . 1 lll!!Qf1.l ,i .Qilrfglf , .1if2lvrs15l':i Mil 1f"5 'il llyl .lM y" ,.-liil -3-L ,i .5'gQ3Q'f11.i. lf 7 . 2 ,rr , f 'mls-ji... 5 --,,'.5jJf.gj'v H ' 4-.. Colors-Grccn and White. Yell-Strzuvherry Sliorlculccl llluebc V-I-C-'I'-O-R-Y! Arc wc it? NVcll, just wait! VVc'1'c thc Class of 1908! Oiliccrs Earle M. Gicsey ...... Richard li. Callahan. . . Miss Hariclte Phillips .... A. D. Andrews ..... . L. XV. Sherwin. . . 0. H. Hoiuser ..... . Miss Josette Beehe. . . NV. E. Thomas ..... Miss Mae Hart .... Miss jane Dermitt. . . . . . R. R. Russel ..... rry Pie! . . . . . . .President . . . .Vice-President . . . . .Secretary . .... .Treasurer . . . .Valedictorizm . . .Salutatorian . . . .Essayist . . .Declaimer . . . ..Historian . . . . . . .Poet . . . .Prophet li'l'IIEl. .XNIJRIC ,M ' ' i ll X An Unexpected Result. :Xspirecl to he :1 lzuldcr 1 orntor, hnt only reached the first rung. Took Senior Six :ls seconcl choice. lfsleemecl and valued zitmehe of the Nlezulville Morning Star. 'l'he minintnre of Louis h XVoo1lsirle Sherwin. 1 A. rm, JXNIBQEXVS. .4 " ' X - WMV W 'Q liilutle xv0llll'll. As hnsy ns Dieky, hlnshes like :L june rose. and :is sweet as an un- hlown apple hlossoni. A sznnple copy, of which every nnln shoulcl have :ni edition. 1, . :,-.--....--., 3:7 Eh ..- IHXRKICR .XNllRl'IWS. ow l'ilQQl'illl'S Progvess. Has kept booze ont of Y. M. C. A. punch for four years. Has El voice like zu clisnppointecl fog horn. Buzzzis around the gmlclesses. The Mt. Si- nai of the 'llllL'lIl Della Clihs. 22 J. V NPV Mnrtlm xvllHhillf,Il'0ll Cook Bunk. Motherly gnurclizm nf 'l'heta Sigma. XVe:1rs :l winning smile :incl never gossips. One nf the pillars nf tlte Y. NV. C. A. gi WYNONA ILXKICR. Z' V VERA NASH. Y l I 'Po Hnve and to I-Iold. S Unztlizislietl. Given tn 1 wiekecl iclezls in elliies t that fuss Dr. Ci':rwfui'cl. Mzignzniimons enough to einlx Dr. Sinitlfs early hopes. Got Pratt into trouble. Heart broken ' since Chesty went away. -J J . f g?L'-i1'.'1- - -g. Y:-.LF:f::"laiL?fI' ' 57- "" -"f2Lg.J.2:s-. 4---1 if s.-:,W-'- Al-,------.- li . lOSIE'I"l'l'I ll I LINK lllililllf. l In the liisholfs Cnr- I rinpge. " llzis -been there :ill year. Talks to Burt in French. using phonetic inetlimls. Once the iclul of Jerome Collette Fisher. now eonteniplnt- 1 ing the clizirnis of an idyllic cottage scene in Switzerlnncl with lflino driving lionie the goats. . ...- A -3 23 Shv. A classical rcfcrcmlum huunrl in cloth. Known ulhics. Latin. Grcclc :xml llill lillinll. KL-ups thc . V profs posted. The right - sort. ALXIZICI. A. I!li.X'l"l'Y. .guv , V ff X -j ...-:- . ,KW .-... H llnb, Son uf l!ul'tl0. Mzulc goorl the first time hc cloimccl foot hull tugs :incl has luzul thu pmccssioil since. 'l'hc "nlcl wzu' horse." llus il clmrlcy horse on his 'vncz1lml:1l'y. buf lDI'C1lliS cvcu with thc hcst. RO12IiR'l' G l NN. J W'-' ' -X 'Z "---..- I"- A Ludy nl' Quality. ' , X574-urs thc rlcmurc cle- mczmm' of :1 turtle clove. :mil :is gentle with thc lnmiilcsiclc lzlssics as ei mother with Il tirccl chilcl. llolrls thu record for thc high jump in mnrlcs. Nl .XY liS'l'll ICR lllXR'l'. .n:: fi.. 51,1 Z 24 '1 v l The Lady ol' the Deen- l rulion. The friend :incl eonll- rlant of everylmcly, anzl a rare eonihinaliun of , wmnanliness anfl guml' fellowship. Rachel of I , the Alpha Chis. and the liinpress of lloney's for- i lllllcs. llas a way that. appeals. OLGA RIIQNE HENRY. , 1 2 Tw- 1 H - V aut- .,aumlu,' :V Airy Fairy liilliam. At whose shrine .Nr- ' thin' Devoe Pmvell Mil- ler hnrns incense. anal 1 offers violets. A bright I lillle lllillil, gentle as u kitten. :incl the sort you Sl reall almoul. NVill keep l lne wurhl snnshiny. l .,. l ILIQLXN lllCl'l"1NGER, in .hrlii-V li lm M. ' l ,. 'Pho 'lm-mnplele ' I Alum-est. V V 0 fi llas :1 face like one nf ' ,Wy Ur. Cnhern'ls prayers. f An hnnest hlcalmle chap 1 J who will show the world what sqnareness means. 'V llelps Luelcwnofl run the - Quill Clnih ration :les 'i partmenl. and has rlalm- 1 ' lmlecl in literatnrc. F0 HENRY HOUSICR. ' e. s s -- - --:M--r , e J VA - -:N in 25 I K 1 :K 2 I. O 'WV A lim-vvrlos of ll lflll'll- L-lor. A ll1lSllflll six foul of solicl stuff. Has :L win- somc silent w:Ly that counts. miotlwr of lDntt's clnnns. :Lncl :L pro- clncl of 'l'irliontc. Rc- lipiously avoids femin- inity. ' J FRANCIS IRYINE. J 4 ffm, Q Fill 2' Marla-'s f7l'llSlllI0. 'A A Like most ronL:mLiL: 7 fa Kings, ll1lS :L clmrming ' NV:LL'rl. und gnurcls hui' , :Ls fnillifnlly :Ls hc mnclc i lL:Lskct lmll :L success. L. j ' ' Commonly culled "Allu- yr gCl'll.H X!liIRl.lC WXU,l.I.XRl Klfjui. f L-'ll---' --- f Q" ' 'I'lL0 lloosivr School- lnuSl'v1'. RL-:Lrccl num' tlic SXVZLIIID-Y snlmnrlms of FRANK LYLIQ KN.Xl'l'. Slll'llll.fll0l'0, :Lncl intro- Llnccml ll1ClI'01l0lllll.l1 cus- toms into social Alic- glwny. A good liczlrlccl. slow going ll1llTL'l' with Zl'll1lllKlS0lllL' pliiz Illlll :L mill: wagon strirlc. E N, u- L 26 RW' 'l'h0 Choir Invisible-. NVzu'hlcs like :i sleepy uightiugztlc uutl has :L girl iu Fraukliu. For two years chief tuuiug fork of thu Glcc Cluh. Raises uiort: rough house thfm Cupid him- self and is coutiuuztlly getting "your uukmiwu uchuircr " cmmuuuiczl- titms. - Xl.'XXNYlCl.l. JOHN l'.ll'K. g - -51 6 ----33:3 E ' AW' 'I'lN- Sky Pilot. The ruzu' :ulmiruhlc of thc 'l'htihuru Cluh. Spuztks to lfrcsiclcut .TA . " ef , ,lt ' writing il volume ou thu .. X "Ethics of Lo-Etluczv ' -' ,. tion." lg- ss. t j' LEROY ISAIAII LORI I. fn. - MH-. ,-.- ..,,,A ,A -- 1 ,.,....-.......-,.......,..-.-.,.-..-- ... a- -- ,:"-1-aff: l'0llt-lll'0Sfill Hymns. 'A rosy mzlicl. A facc like out- of Gihsoifs :hurl :1 smile that would mt-lt Akers. Szticl to hc emo of mzmy who h:tvu viv- timizccl Dr. Smith. ELMA McGR.XN.Xll.XN. 4-?i.:.ff - Nuff-s ,, . 27 l Cr:1wt'm'd with :t pntrou- E izmg air. ls szlid to he fl .X. lb. l'. AlIl.l,l5R. I WV Tha- S1-vond XVil'l'. .N l'L'1.flll1ll' Mormon. llus :1 'pcrmum-ut lcasi ou lluliugs Hall l'zu'- lors. X'Voulrl rather fuss lhzui work, :uul wm-urs thc smilc that in-vci' wears olT. "lt is my scutiuicut that we shoulrl get closer togctliur as ai class." -51555 li.Xlll. .KN l DREW Rl l l.l.l'Ili ---- , ! iw 'l'lu- UHIIIIIX. Has lwcu scuu rc- ccully wziuclcriug zilioul lowu with :L gorlrlcss. Supposed to lic iu col- lcgc. Auolliur of l7ull's iiicorrigilmlcs. XVc:u's his hair like Aguiuzilllo, :uul l"ircslouc. but thu goods. HUGH MlEl.YIN NELSON W 'I"hv Hfl'l'llll0lIS Life. A lmurlsomc recluse who luzuls thc local pro- cession on thc griclirou :uul clizuuoiul. Said to hc in cahoots with lloucy. llns :L faithful Juliet :it Olmcrliu. :uul all thc co-ccl's furious. il lui! Y ZS . ... ,. 'I'Iu- Mun ill the Cztsv. Drives :tn znttotnolmile. plnvs hztslset hull. :tml tlnllies with Cnpicl in the sznne eool heruly inun- ner. lfrerttently visits fonetitnes seen with ll! iss ust. f' , I .. , his ' grznnltnotlter. S t I ' l 1' .XRL'IlII1.Xl,IJ PIERRY USEPI I DOY Eli PR.-X'l"1' 'W' "' Casin Up By the Sen. Not hztshfnlly inclined, we have heztrtl, hut ettr- rent rttntors eonllict. A shell on the snntls of time. Mztfle himself pop- nlzn' hy fttrnishing the llnlings Hull ontfit with fresh gossip. VV:tnts to he :t senator. - ' -- . 'A 1. title.- ff. .'If-'P' U .pf 'J' . MESS YICRA RIST. IWW' 'Phe Port of Missing' Men. llns grown np with the New ."Xllegheny. Fre- quently heen corneretl hy the little chap with wings. ls llllllilllg every- ltocly wish she would st:ty longer. Sonletitnes seen with Klr. l'et't'y. R,Xl.l'll C. SIGGINS. J? What Cam She llo? A man of Lyllc scru- ples in the mutter of women. Has tickled the pipe organ for three years and makes Blen- delssohn sound like the cows Corning home hack in Tidioute. A good hearted duffer, with :1 dash of thc pirate in his veins. lm: . JB' " 5 Il. .ULIY 1llCl.liN XYRIGII W Lucy ol' the strllllfi. llus people in the dark as to whether she is wedded oi' going' to he. I las not putronized home talent, so one eau- not say. VVill henpeek the lucky :man to il finish. RICILXRD C ALLAIIAN. 'W Stopping I'leawelnv:u'd. wvilllilllflf delegate of the gospel. A man of parts, .hut like n telc- seopc keeps most of them out of sight, un- folding nt rare moments. The idol of Teutoniu, and the Moses of the Farrelly Club. Will be frieasseed by ezumibnls in 30 55:-' 1 I QI OSEPTI N. l!T.AKlE. W The Old Curiosity Shop. An exponent of wed- ded lmliss, so our most scathing eulogy would fztll unnoticed. A steady for eonvcntionulity and the world, and a passion for Mail-pouch. - T ET.,::..:-L Xi: -4,4 ' --V W l AW MARY LOUISE LIIONI J. 'Phe llondsnmn. The evidence of things not seen but we are sure that the fortunate youth is hilmernztting until his petite damsel comes trip- ping along with her sheepskin. VVill keep :L part of the iworld happy. Z" 5412. OSCAR MINNS liBOWN. Pigs ls Pigs. It would he the sznne if they were elephants. The lmztttcring rmn of the football team. Butts in- to rt stone wall and so- ciety with cqual equztns imity. Dehatiug between Drew and Boston. 0,-, - 31 H reliuhle old elmp with at I eoinfortzthle nldllferenee 5 l , l 'I'he Celebrity. . i We dont know mnch -1 zvhont llllll, hut he looks like Il eoiner. Seems to B. llllllil his own llllSlllL'SH 1 1 and enjoy nucldling ' zlronnd Dr. Lee's toy f kitchen. I-las served 1 twice :ts sergez1nt-:1t- P z1rn1s of the Seientitic - Club. ,l I , 5 I, L'll.XRI,lib XRD. ' Y Y'--'-- ----W T., .....,:..-. , 17. 1' A "T"g -" i"'-'fins' A--'-LQ'-1, W --ff V- 'T 1 God's Good Mun. V- llus been un ardent follower of the l,.ord for nizlny years, und goes up y o11 the high l1ill to wor-- ship every evening. "Une faith, one hope. one doctrine." IE ,I 'il i NVll.l.I.'XNl .'X. t'.X1'l'lCAU. LET " TT:-'Ter-.2L. :LIST-,-:-,SSN 61-" , il 4 NV: i Q K AIIIIIHIIS I I-have I 3 Knmvn. I I5 llns stirred np :1 little Dnst during his four years of sin, sorrow und nnpnid due hills :md that is :L liherul educa- tion in itself. Tull. ador- zlhly graceful and the donhly distilled lIlC1ll'llil- tion of nmnly beauty. A gentleinztn :md scholar Y TIIUMAS A. t'OL'l'liR. Wllllill. A' E 2. -31---a-7 ra-,V 32 m ,- nh. R.. ' f lflililj ll. COULICY. iw' Black Beauty. Has been disseminat- ing higher etlucztlion at Gttvs Mills during the year. Also tangled np in Iienlnh-lztncl and will soon he henpeeketl. An- other poor man tnnlone. 45 4 ff-' , . fx: -t ... . , Gif' 1 " , ' , WF: l ' Q . la D WARD If. CROWE, :W Not Like Other Girls. Considering the Eng- lisn language inrlelieate, Mr. Crowe chatters in eooing French with the other girls. Has ambi- tions towards tlrcssntak- ing antl likes Celts and tea antl eroqttet. lfrietul and intimate associate of NV:thnita. ,,:s-',...-- Yg 'Q' E 4-u .1 WAI lNl'l'A ll. IJANFORAI 1. The lit-zulty Doctor. A Howerct transplant- ecl from Ohio VVcslcya11, and still talks of the old clays lmefore the war. One of the patriarchs of the Kats. Has an in- herited perpetual giggle like a kitten drowning in lmnttcrmillf. Friend and intimate associate of lid- tlie. N, ,ll LS -2 JAN li T.. D IERBIITT. 'WF I The Girl l1'rom the Golden KW-sr. Sits a horse like a Virginia thoroughbred. and the kind that eonnls. Rides constantly, but never trots. Keeps Bill awake in Greek and the Classical Club from nlter decay. .gk- A, -. 'm' - ' ' 'X in Our Iii-v-asie. A lady and a scholar. Stands in with Frank C.. and writes literary themes. Said to be a sonainbnlist. I.IZ.XI!E'1'l1 K. lE'l'TER 4,5 ZYJYDD V . .4 FRANK C. FLAUGH. 'I'he Simple Iiife. One of Dutt's little oncs. and begins to re- semble the dear old eodger. Wears glasses and an underlaker's air. Will loaf through his manly years with an obese salary when his more brilliant contempo- raries arc putting down one, and carrying two. Y, f-F CLI FFORD F U l,l.ER'I'0N. W l.'eek's Bud Boy. As unobtrusive as at delegate at ll summer crmference of the Y. M. C. A. An easy going square sort of a neees' sity. who bears without rebuke the grancl olrl eognnmen of gentleman. W Llttlc Mcll. "Centcrpole" is as sys- tematic as an aclrling nmeliine. lives, moves and has his being-by rule. Has spent: most of his course trying to make Theta Nu Epsilon, but only got as fur as the Y. M. C. A. Cabinet. Runs an automobile and rifles Z1 bicycle. Has been the basket ball Napoleon for three years. EARLE M. GIESEY. Q ..........-- V -.....:L 0 1 FLORENCE M. GRAUEL. i""l"V The lietrolnhed. llivinely tall and fair us sunlight on apple iblossoms, Is inclined to a flush of weary cyni- cism, when not writing heart stories. Interested in the progress of the Drill Chuck Manufac- turing Co. fn 1 4 W vi f- rr The Mississippi liuhble. Aspires to he a bishop and has rotund possi- Formed the habit eu' ' of eating his hooks. I-las heen roosting high ut Drew. Used to play tennis. YV ... it :ll ut I ll la hilities in that direction. ily il, lil Wil l gl li ?:q. i gg FYYY nm W. LYON. FANNIE W' 'Phe Lion und the Mouse. 'Frappccl NVillie G. in the early years of her course and has success- fully retained hiin. For this alone she deserves 11 key. In the language of Frank C.. has :L reniarlc- able gift for creative production of little "winged stories." X li lf'Il ti l' ll, 5 RICHARD A. LYON. W Great Expeetutiouis. Belongs to Dutt's Sun- day School hunch and chews the szune variety. One of the accomplished society men oi the class. Keeps up the intellectual average of Theta Delta Psi. ffl 36 Tia. li WIl.l.lAM L. McliINNliY. 'I'm-n Nights in an Ilan' .IROOIIL Fast. liiiorllunlrmx. lilccs to shock tlic ln'utl1ci's in thc llI'L'1lCllCl'S' clulm. Said lo lmvc bzllnlmrmzlccl thc Pliilziclclpllizl Cmlfurcncc into giving him 1l.j0lJ. 'Flu-y may have liini. - .........L, -Y. .. -- 4f.:1-'- .....'?'.Zt' ri ....,.,,,L4 .- 3 WILLIAM T. RI .XCKFY Tlwory of TIIOIIQIIC and Knowlvdgc-. A vcritnblu graft from the trcc of learning. llns lu-cn frequently mistaken fm' Julius CZlL'SZll'. Once was graded :Ls low as 48. Edited the Lit. on the szunc basis, and fzltlicrcd thc Gold Dust Twins. --111-L -J 1: ' W:-'13 aw ' -- NLTLU N. Nli.XI.li. 'WV ICxpvl'ilnm1i'nl Chvm- istry. W'ca1's thc clcmurc rlronping look of :1 lmusc sp:u'rmv, and one of Miss SDZ'llllll1Q"S pronus- ing gCSl1lClllZl.l0I'S. Loud- ing lady in "A Cousin of Kline." F - AN 37 4 Y P V l'lTARl,lES H. 1'lE'1'l"R'. aw The Common Lot. Another candidate for tnattrimony. llas wor- shipped faithfully for a half decade at a down town shrine, so doesu't appear frequently at llulings. Going to be a medicine man. The Sig Pater. ,-: r ,-'rs' llARRIli'l"l'lC PIIILLIPS. 1.- 'WV All Encore. Not a repetition of thc first. Has theen single since "Slats" went out into the cold hard world. Has the family giggle. A good sort. 2 Al.I1ICR'l' A. R IEAV 1, aw Looking Buc'kwm'd. About to go on the Superzutnuntccl list. An- other man twho is mar- ried and should have mercy whether hc dc- scrves it or not. Has hecn preaching out in the Canadian woods since his last 'regular centennial appearance. L RAYMON ll R. IUJSSELL. 'W The Doscvnt of Man. Intimate friend of Blick. Makes girls laugh with his clever sayings and generally clcscrihccl as "clrcaclfully cute, clon't you know." I-las not tig- urccl in politics since the famous "contingent" clcal. May some clay startle the world with a funny joke. I. , ,f f X ' I 1 I LOUIS W. SIIERWIN. 'W' It Is Nvvt-1' 'Poo Late to Mt-nd. In spite of tho fact that hc is all arouncl. "Loocy" is thc squarcst man that cvcr came to Allegheny. The Calliope of the Y. M. C. A., only at thc hcacl of the pa- ratlc. Is going to lcacl thc ministry, not follow tt. it ,N 12-at FRAN K G. SMIT1 I. "TV li0Dl'0SClltllllV0 Mon. The salvation of Dutt's hunch. Minds his own husincss and uscs the ac- ccptccl brand. VVill make a good citizen of some clcaf and clumh com- munity. N 39 Q CARRIE L. SOWASI I. 'ITV Miss P1-ilnrose. For two years the only element that kept "Billy" Main from fossilizing. Took a very active part in the late rushing sea- son. 4 N? HARRY ll. STANLEY. 'QW The Singular Life. Has lived Z1 hermit Sort of a life, but seems happy, if not fat. NVilI end up carrying chains and make a good citizen. Q DONA LD S. 'l'llOM AS. 'W' The Girl Out There. Has grown like clas- sical Statuary from his faithful plugging in Doctor Bill's leaders. A key man. and a gentle- man-a rare combina- tion. il 40 The Gull of the XVild. Will make lpcoplc '- laugh out in tllc world ' :xml do more good lhcru- lxy than Torrey :mal . Alcxzmclcr. Cm1lim1:1lly practicing stunts llc ox- pccts to work on thc Y lmcutlmcn. Illustratcs in y' his clislzmcc runs, :xml .X I' V nmkcs tllc Glcu Club xkflif popular. WILLIAM E. THOMAS. E ' Z: -A --L "As a Class." 41 Photo. by Fcwler. JUNIORS. 1909 525:-,. '? 27,3-'5 ,,,,- ll llllllll i 4? - 'Ai' u .nf ,Q '-M ixlxxxzw l Hg- 1 'V x Jill ' 'l fl l ' lg V. ifllll l 'T l ., - Q ,grealz l 4. -I' g ' ' lllll sl lll' M -f Q X' .-lp!! ful ' 1 X X -Ir,-lmhl' uid, X - l I ull N 1 1 f J 'Ny X -A l 4 , l .f 45 lg lu, Wlll sz i J l ' 'I N lg , , lllll l H .J N 's '. v lg lm W , 1 fl rll 5. ..vS- ffggi 2 E fu.: w J 5-4-QL' X Q lXX XXX " W 4 'LW sf .sl Colors-White Zlllll Blue. Yell-Rickcty-ax! Co-uxl Co-ax! Rickcty-ax! Co-ax! Co-ax! H ulluballoo! Hullulmlloo! Wl1at's the mattcr with all of you? White :md Blue, Blue and White! 1909! Sl1c's all right! Otliccrs. , W. J. Aiken. . . ...... P1'esidc11t XV. L. Mould ........ . . .Vice-President Miss Anna Heyward. . . . . ..... Sec1'eta1'y Percy P. Parsons. . . ........ . ..rlw1'6ZlS1.11'C1' 43 Class Roll. Aiken, llvllllillll James, 112 PTA ....... Anderson, Robert Xvllllillll, K0 A ill.. Benedict, Lee Landseer ........ .. llethune, Laura Edith .... llullock, l-lazel .......... Clulow, George .l-lenry. . . . Criswell, G. A., K E ....... . Cole, XfVilson Griffin, fb A 10 .... Carpenter, I-larley, A T A. . . . Cousins, Benjamin Franklin ..... Cravner, William Charles, 111 K il-'. Deemer, Paul C., E A E ..... . Elkin, Cortlandt XfVllltCl1CZLLl. . . Fishel, Harry McKee, 111 A GJ .... Fitch, Jessie Frances, C9 E ...... Fugate, Edith Lucinda, K K 1' .... 1 Houghton, Elizabeth Gladys, QD D.. . . Johnson, Charles VV-esley ........ Keister, John Ridinger, 111 K Rf. . . Le-wis, Charles Fletcher. ..... . Meliinney, Florence May. ..... . McKinney, .lohn Hudson, Q9 A . , MeNees, Sterling Glenn, fb IT A ..., Martin, Chauncey james ........ Miller, Ralph Erskine, 112 K ill. .. Mills, Ethel May, GJ E ........ Millwarcl, lfVillian1 .......... Miner, John Lynn, CD A GJ ...... Mould, NVilliam Leighton, A T A. .. Nichols, Mary Gertrude, K K F. .. Parsons, Percy Paul, KD A GD ..... Peters, Charles Urley, E A E ...... Schaffner, Perry Blaine, KD I' A .... 44 . . . .llort Perry . . . .Meadville . . . . . .Titusville Turtle Creek Cambridge Springs ...........Meadville . . .Franklin . . . .Glassport . . ..Meadville . . . . . .Hadley . . . Vandergrift . . . .Lisbon, O. . . ..Smicksburg . . . .Pittsburg . . .Greenville .......Du Bois . . .Ripley, N. Y. . . . .Braddock . .. ...Irwin . . . .Meadville . . . . ..Corry . . . .Franklin . . .Kittanning . . . N-ew Castle . . . .Mt. Pleasant . . . . .Waterford .........Craft0n . . .Punxsutawney . .New Kensington .........Sharon . . . .Reynoldsville . . . . . .Albion . . .Pueblo Stewart, Frank Everhard, fb A K0 .... . . Skellie, Fred Albert, 'If K NP. . . Thomas, Grace .............. Vlfhceling, Clara, A X Q .... . . . . ..Hacllcy Stewart, Charles Franklin ....... .. .XlVllll2lll1SlJt1I'g .North East . .Union City . . .Oil City Ph0to4 by Fowler. SOPHOMORES 1910 ff!! , f W ,al !f!fZ?f4J I .'1""3' ' " - . " ff?" fy '24 2- ff-ff ff " ' 'ft W1'61WZ5ZW',ff"laf7?,l'Y,fll0' ' J " f ' ' . +. J--571' -:M v '. , V X .-. A, - f ,f,,, 12- - xff.. A Ja Q, ' f,AXx i, ' x fav N fffti b X Q-1-Q if 3 X N! or x xx? ilk, -:ff.i,,-...,. -'ffia M ,, 6 2. 57193 ffnfrafz',.,... "' Q, .X --if , ,: rin fzf, , shi, M M it ,1 xv2?'fu f, LE'-R, 'X X9 Aa V-- - --,kv ' ' fp' .zfs K.-'I f Wx-' ' ' f if 'XWWH-H, .?.v" ' ' 'i - . ,L . Hit, 11-f4,:,,, ..- H1!IW.Ix ,J f , vm , . ,, X fr"'Miff:g-111, n:'ra:'gnfA'x--'1,, 'n n if ,... lg ' .i'? ":4'?'?i- -1i5E:- f' A X' ':'2?l' J 1 Nw- Xl, A?-fp... Q 93' X I X Wa lw 'A "'f"' L, '12--,sen-M?"n Y "" 57" ---MM - f:i.11if'X 'L' n xx 2 X' 77,331-1 A w f x x fl, ,.. Y Rv X XX X Qv I-V, Q gg- I., , 'f , .1 H x.. ,H Q, , XL ,4:wwJ1A.xx X Ima :n .x ,- I V , 19 . A 1.1L if' .1 1 .W ' 35 fy i " 15" 9 Colors-Red and White. Yell-AIIc-gc-zip-gc-zip-gc-zcln, XfVC'I'L' the class of nineteen ten! Ninctccn ten! Ninctccn ten! Wc'rc thc class of ninclccn ten! Olliccrs. Dale F. Croaslnzm. .. .... Vresimlcnt XV. 12. Ferrnll .... ...Vice-President Miss Grace Miller.. .... .Secretary . . . lreasurex A. Nelson. . . 47 Clusrs Roll. Andrews, Grover Charles ......... llalcer, Clarence, A T A ...... lleebe, Margeret llyde, Q7 3. .. llly, Lena, CD E ............ lloyd, Reuben Earl, flv K 111 ........ llirchard, Edith Elizabeth, A X Q. .. llright, Frederick, KD A QD ......... llroadbent, John Howard, fb K 111. . . llrown, Frank Boyle, GD A XII ..... llurt, VVilliam Wfright, 411 1' A ..... Braymer, Clyde Stewart, 60 A XII. . . . Campbell, Nellie Margaret, Il fb. . . Campbell, C. P., 'D 1' A .... . . Campbell, Sophia Bell. ...... . Croasmen, Dale Forest, flv F A. . Dungan, Helen Amelia, GJ E. . .. Dennis, Hebert Knight, fb A 0. . . lierrall, lVil'liam Ello, E A E. . . . lfixel, XVilliam flustaf, KD K XII.. .. tlahan, james Reid, fb K XII ..... Gould, Harley Nathan ..... Ciraudey, Joseph LeRoy ..... Greene, Mary Bertha, A X S2 ....... llamaker, Charles Tomvsencl, A T A. llammett, Lottie Shi1'ley, K A QD .... Hatch, llernice Gertrude, K K F. . . . lflickernell, Louis Max, fb 1' A .... Howard, Grace Alberta, K A 60 .... lllubbard, Earle N. . . . . . . . . . Jones, Clare Newton. .. Jones, Julia Martha ......... Kauffman, Rose M., QD E ..... . Lamb, lrlarold Henry, YP 1' A .... Lauffer, Verna Frances, K K 1' .... 48 . . .Conneaut Lake ........Butler . . . . . . . .Meadville . . .Sherman, N. Y. ............Irwin Cambridge Springs .......New Castle ..... .Beaver . . . . . . . .Leechburg Zurich, Switzerland . . . . . . . . .Mcadville . . .Butler . . .Butler ,....Uutler . . . .Radcliffe . . . . .Corry . . .Meadville . . . .Lisbon, O. . . .Meadville . . . . . . . .Titusville ..VVest Springfield . . . .Elwood City . . . . .Bellvue . . .Meadville . . . .Pittsburg . . . .Union City . . .Saegertowu . . . . . . .Titusville . . . Jerome, N. Y. ..........Corry ............Kane . . . .Dunkirk, N. Y. . . . .Wilkiiisbiirg . . . .Harrison City Lewis, Mattie May, Q E ..... . .. McCall, Clarence Andrew ........... McLaughlin, Mary lilizabeth, K K I' McLean, Ellen Leone, 'K K I' ....... McLean, Mabel Grace, A X Q .... Marcy, Charles lloward, CD I' A. . Maxwell, Samuel Laverne, 111 A GJ. Miller, Grace l-lattie, K A C9 ..... Morgan, Walter Leslie ........ Murray, Helen Grace, K A GJ .... Nelson, Andrew Julius ...... Parsons, Caroline, A X Q .... Penman, Essex, A T' A ........ Phillips, Roy Laverne, A T A .... Pratt, Maud Alice ............. Riblet, Harry Gaillard, 'D K' XI' .... Ruhling, George Hutze ....... Scott, Bert Llewellyn, E A E ..... Shires, Cecelia Forney, A X Q. . . Smith, Lillie La Verne, C9 E ..... Sticlger, William Leroy, 111 A GD. . . Swick, William Arthur ......... Stockdale, Robert Clarke. . Tillotson, Ida May ............. Urick, Alfred William, GJ A XII ..... Vosburg, Susanna Martina .... Ward, Grace Virginia ..... ...... W'alters, Mary Estelle ............... NVeeters, Harry Montgomery, fb 1' A .... VVhite, Helen B. Cromwell, K A GJ ..... Wilds, Elmer Harrison ........... . 49 . . . . . .Knox . . . .Greenville . . . .Springboro .. . . . . . . .Meadville . . . . . . . .Union City .Cambridge Springs ..........Oil City . . . .Tarentum . . . ..l.'ittsburg . . . . .Erie . . . .Warren . . . . . .Charleroi . . . .West Newton . . . . . .Meadville . . . .Reynoldsville ........Erie . . . . .McKean .........Corry . . . .NlZ111Sl:lClCl, O. . . . . . . . . . .Tarentum Moundsville, W. Va. . . . . . . .Beaver Falls .......Portcr ........CO1'1'y . . . . . .Meadville . . . .Attica, N. Y. . . . . . .Meadville . . . . . . .Meadville . . . .New Bethlehem . . . . . .Bradford . . . ...Arnold Photo. by Fowler. FRESHBIEX, 1911. ,-4'f.,N N kg! EW, K? wi lly! KE 6 Q f ix W i 4 in 1 ' ' 'Y gt 't I li ' I aan- ti XZ 7 ii I if ' ,V X fff A 1 xx' ff .. -. Kf vxx ff I t y f. fvrf -tiiilg' iildyfum l L IN 1, N ELiA' ?i x.44 TC XNQXJ, A., 'v Ycll-Ilippcty, llippcty, l'lllSS, The past wc'll not cliscussg Hut nt-vcrtlwluss. wu'll just suggest Il-llCl'CiS nothing thc mzlttcl' with us. . Oflivvre-2. C. l'. M:1cDcmalcl. . . ...... . ..... Prcsiclent l. D. lforcl ....... ...Vice-President Miss L. C. Pmver. , . C. C. Fisher ..... ...... Class Roll. Abbey, Carlos ..................... ........... .-Xclsit, Clauclc Raymoml, A 'I' A. . . . . . Allen, Murcclitll Iltmkcrcl ...... llactm, Florence Rosammli. . . Bacon, Ruth ............. ...... 51 . . . .Secretary . . .rlil'C21Sl1l'C1' .Eric .Conncaut Lake . . . . .Pittsbu1'g' . . .Union City . . ..U11io11 City French, Samuel I-lanipton, C9 A NII. Baker, Edna Ethel, 0 2 ....... Ballinger, Thomas Dudley, dv I' A .... Barkley, John Wfilliani, fl' 1' A. . Bassett, Mollie Arnett, C9 E .... Beaver, Eva Josephine ........ Bond, Helen Margaret ........ Bortz, James Andrew, 'I' A C9 .... Bossarcl, Lloyd Wilson ....... Brown, Edwin Hazlett .... Callahan, Frank Howard ....... Carroll, Donald Scott, 'IP A 0. . . Cochran, Jesse Cleveland, E A E .... Cole, Ralph Richard, A T A ..... Cole, Warren B., A T A. . .. Cook, Stella Palmer, O E .... Copeland, Clarence Allen ..... Coup, Fred Thomas ............ Craig, William Benjamin, fb K XII. David, Bruce William .......... De Haven, Iessamine, K A QD ..... Dennis, Cena ................ De Vitis, Michael Angelo ..... Doane, Walter Arthur ......... Drake, Matilda Louise, K K P. . Duffy, Una Katherine, K K 1' ...... Dunsmore, Archie Nevada, 2 A E English, Earl Thompson ......... Fife, Walter Glenn ....... Firestone, Harry Dewecs.. . . Fisher, Clarence Conrad .... Ford, Irwin Davis, G A XII ..... Fowler, Marjorie, A X Q .... Fox, John W. ........... . Frampton, James Ward. . . . . . . . 52 . . .Pittsburg . . .Greenville, . . . . . .Meadville . . . . .Braceville, O. .Bridgeport Conn. ..........Shenango . . . . .Meadville . . . .Greensburg . . . ..Meadville . . . . . ,.Meadville . . . Pleasant Unity . . . .Buffalo, N. Y. .........Stauffcr . . . .Andover, O. .. . . . . .Andover, O. . . . .Collingwood, O. ..........Mcadville . . . . .Meadville .. . . .XVZ11'1'Cll, O. . . . . .Meadville . . . . . . .Coraopolis . . . . .Conneaut Lake . . . . . . . .Wilinerding ......... . .Meadville Cambridge Springs .............Corry . . . .Ford City . . . . .Saegertown ......Millvale . . . .McKeesport . . . Ellwood City . . . .Connemaugh . . . ..Meaclville . . .Poona, India . . . .Sugar Creek Fugate, Victor Westoii, A T A. . Garver, Elizabeth, A X Q ...... George, Roland Jones, QI' K XP. . Gleave, Nell May ........... Grant, Charles Clair, bl A E .... Grant, Welcloii Roy, E. A E .... Harper, lfleber Reece, fb A K0 .... Harris, Leonard Clement, fb A 09 llillman, Gertrude, K A 69 ......... Hillman, Paul Mansell ...... llines, Albert Barker, 111 A 09. .. Kelly, Ruth Root, K A 0 ....... Kennedy, Edwin Paul, KD K XII. . liulp, Waltei' LeRoy, E A E .... Lewis, Martha May, G E ...... Loane, Lucy Evelyn, A X Q. . . McCall, Clarence Andrew ..... McClellan, john .l'rice, A '.l.' A. . lX'lcClure, Alfred Rose, E A E. . . Maellonald, Charles Paul Davidson, fb K N11 .... Melfeaters, Edgar Cram, Q0 A 111 ............ Maclienzie, julia Jean, K K F .... Mcliinney, Lottie Lydia .... . Martin, Eleanor May ......... . Mead, Gilbert Wfilcox, fb 1' A. .. Mendel, Florence ........... Metcalf, Bessie May, K A C9 .... Miclgle, Friend Lee ........ Miller, Edna May ........ . Miller, Kenneth 'l'hompson. . . Mondereau, LeRoy, A T A. . . Moore, John Harrison ...... Moore, Nelson Rist, 2 A E. .. Morse, Melvin E ...........,. Over, VVillian1 George, QD K wif. . 53 . . . .DuBois . . . .Meadville . . .Saegertown . . ..Oil City . . .Freeport . . .Freeport ........Avalon . . . .Reynolclsville . . . . . .Pittsburg . . . ..Pittsburg . . . .Allegheny . . . . . .Meadville . . . .Carbon Black .West Middlesex .........Knox . . .Oil City . . . .Greenville ........Irwin . . . .Sandy Lake . . .Wllitlicy . . . .Pittsburg . . . .Oil City ......Corry . . . .Meadville . . . .Duquesne . . . . . . .Meadville jamestown, N. Y. . . . . . . . . .Garland . . . .Philipsburg . . . . Meaclville . . .Meadville . . . .Sandy Lake . . . . .Vanderbilt . . . .North Girard ........Kane Parsons, Caroline, A X Q .... Patterson, Allen Kennedy ..... Patterson, Thomas Arthur. . . . Plannette, Roy Warren .... Power, Lina Clancy ............ Preston, Ida Florence .......... Price, XVilliam I-Iorrell, QD K 'l'. Proctor, Ruth ................. Robinson, Jesse Squibb. ...... . Ross, Robert Richard, CD A C9 ..... . . . Rossiter, Samuel Y., CII I' A ..... . Scott, Lyle C .................. Simonton, Francis Greer, S. A E. Simpson, Viola Hume .......... Small, Walter Madison.. .. Smith, Mary, K K I' ...... Smock, Clifford Edmund .... Snearline, Irene Elizabeth. . . Sprouse, Anna Camden ....... Stetson, Ellery Justin, A T A. .. Stidger, Ivan Read, dv A 0 .... Stoner, Oma Belle ............ Straw, Gertrude Mae, K A GJ .... Strickland, Alice Mae ....... Tallant, Mabel Anna .... Tordella, Joseph, GJ A XII .... Uhlinger, Roy I-I ............ Van Hoesen, Sadie Emeline ..... Vogel, Charles Ellsworth, 111 A Q Weidler, VVellington Earl,fD A CD. White, Charles Mortland, dr K ill. White, John Merrill, E A E.. . Willey, Frederick George ..... Willson, Myra Adele ........... Yost, Russell Raymond, fb F A .... 54 . . . .Charleroi . . ..Meadville . . . . . .Meadville . . .South Sharon . . . .Conneautville ......Meadville ..........Irwin .....BuiTalo, N. Y. .............Boston . .Mt. Vernon, N. Y. . . . .Meadville . . . .New Castle .. .. .. ...Indiana . . . ..Cooperstown . . . . .Wilkinsburg . . . .Conneaut Lake . . . . . . . Meadville ... . . . . . . .Monessen . . . .Cambridge Springs Moundsville, W. Va. ...........Scottdale . . Cambridge Springs . .Cataraugus, N. Y. . . . .Hinsdale, N. Y. ... . . . . . .Meadville . . . . .Burghill, O. . . . . Meadville . . . .Jeannette . . . . .Oil City . . . . .McKeesport . . . ...... California . . . .Middlet0wn, Va. ... . . . . Meadville . . . .South Fork SPECIAL STUDENTS Brown, Anclrew I-lirznn .... . . . . Drake. Paul Harris ................. Mason, Madison Charles llutler, Jr ......... Taylor, Palmer Newton ...... .. .lVZlSlllllQ"lOll . ..... Conne ...New XViln D. C. Clarke, Charles Harold, C0 A ll' ..... . . . Cant, O. .North lfZ1SlUIl, .Cineinn:1ti, O. M ass. mington Wfatson, Evelyn Mabel ..... ..... lfclen, N. Y. GRA I l UATE S'I'UDl1lN'l'S. -Omldidutvs for the Ili-,uglu-u of lvlaustnol- of Arts. Mercill, Myrta li ............................. lXflezulville A. B., Allegheny College. German, lklzlthelnzlties. Not am Cnmlidnto for an Dt'g'I'l'l'. Adams, Katherine Moore ................. .... R lezulville A. Il., Allegheny College. La Bounty, Francis Louis .................. Ashtabula, O. A. B., Allegheny College. "Some of the Gl'l'l.S'.U 55 Glu 11111 1131211111111 uf A11 Allvgl1P11g Erntlgvr 1111h Z1 Mnnh QIHIIIYEIDP Qlliffnrh 311151111 0lugg1111 Q'Ilz155 nf 151117 , liillrh 1111 the 35111111115 nf 1511111111111 M1111 111112111111 lp1111h1'rh right li. l. -. V . PHI KAPPA PSI PHI KAPPA PSI Penna. Beta Chapter. Established 1855 Colors-Pink and Lavender. Publication-The Shield. Yell-High! High! High! Phi Kappa Psi! Live Ever! Die Never! Phi Kappa Psi! l1'l'lItl'0S in Fucultute. W. H. Crawford, DD., LL.D. C. M. Cobern, D.D., Ph.D. ' l1'l'1ltl'CS in Urbe. J. Bennett Porter, C. E. W. E. Porter Sion B. Smith james W. Smith I. N. Taylor, M. George B Anderson Hon. Arthur L. Bates VValter Irving Bates James P. Colter Capt. George G. Derby 1 D. Manley O. B1'own John Anderson john L. Porter J. Edward Colter C. C, Laffe.-, M. D. H. M. Nelson R. E. Miller I. R. Keister . I. R. Gahan W. G. Fixel C. P. MacDonald I. D. Piper E. P. Kennedy C. M. VVhite james McGunnegle Lewis L. Lord, Ir. Shirley P. Austin R. H. Patterson R. E. Platt ' J. O. McClintock, Esq. Frutx-es in Collegio. 1908. E. F. Crowe 1909. VV. C. Cravner F. A. Skellie 1910. J. H. Broadbent R. E. Boyd 1911. VV. B. Craig VV. I-I. Price VV. G. Over R. J. George 59 Active Chaptfcrs. ...Washington and Jefferson College . . . . . . . . . .Allegheny College . . . . .Bucknell University . . . .Pennsylvania College . , . . . . . . . . . . . .Dickinson College Franklin and Marshall College ........ . . .Lafayette College University of Pennsylvania .. . . . . . .Swartlnnore College Pennsylvania Alpha .... Pennsylvania Beta. .. Pennsylvania Gamma Pennsylvania Epsilon Pennsylvania Zeta. .. Pennsylvania Eta .... Pennsylvania Theta. Pennsylvania Iota ...... Pennsylvania Kappa. New York Alpha... New York Beta ..... New York Gamma.. New York Epsilon.. New York Zeta ..... Virginia Alpha. .. Virginia Beta ........ Virginia Gamma ....... West Virginia Alpha ..... Maryland Alpha ........... District of Cohnnbia Alpha .... Mississippi Alpha .......... Rhode Island Alpha .... Ohio Alpha .....,.... Ohio Beta .... . Ohio Delta .... Ohio Epsilon .... Indiana Alpha .... Indiana Beta ..... Indiana Gamma .... Indiana Delta .... Illinois Alpha .... Illinois Beta .... Illinois Della ..... Michigan Alpha .... Wisconsin Alpha ..... Wisconsin Gamnri. . . Iowa Alpha ........ Minnesota Beta .... Kansas Alpha .... California Beta ..... California Gamma. .. Nebraska Alpha ,.... Massachusetts Alpha ...... New Hampshire Alpha .... Tennessee Delta .......... Texas Alpha .... . . . .Cornell University .. .Columbia University ...Colmnbia University . .. . . .. .. .. .. .. .Colgate University . . . .Brooklyn Polytechnic University . . . . . . . . . . .University of Virginia .. .Washington and Lee University .Hampden Sidney College . . . . . . . .Colmnbia University ....Johns Hopkins University ........Coltnnbia University ... .University of Mississippi .. . . . . . . . . . Brown University . . . .Ohio Wesleyan University . . . . . . . . .Wittenberg College ...........Ohio State University ...,Case School of Applied Science ..............DcPauw . . . .University University of Indiana .. .. . . .Wabash College .........Purdnc . . . .Northwestern University University .....University of Chicago .......University ...,Michigan State . . . .University of of Illinois University Wisconsin .............Beloit College ... .. .Iowa State University ...Minnesota State University . . . . . .Kansas State University Ltland Stanford University ...,University of California ...,University of Nebraska .. . .Amherst College . . . . .Dartmouth College P. . .Vanderbilt University .. ...University of Texas G0 Alumni Associations. Pittsburg Alumni Association Philadelphia Alumni Association Springfield Alumni Association Chicago Alumni Association Kansas City Alumni Association Denver City,Alumni Association New York Alumni Association Mcaclville Alumni Association VVashington Alumni Association Cleveland Alumni Association Columbus Alumni Association Newark Alumni Association Buffalo Alumni Association Bueyrus Alumni Association Indianapolis Alumni Association Toledo Alumni Association Anderson Alumni Association Minneapolis Alumni Association Salt Lake City Alumni Association Portland Alumni Association San Francisco Alumni Association Los Angeles Alumni Association Cincinnati Alumni Association Omaha Alumni Association Boston 'Alumni Association Seattle Alumni Association Johnston Alumni Association 'Duluth Alumni Association Easton Alumni Association Lancaster Alumni Association Sunbury Alumni Association Boston Alumni Association Syracuse Alumni Association Baltimore Alumni Association A Iowa City Alumni Association Alunmi Club. ' Harvard 61 Photo. by Fowler. PHI GAMMA DELTA PHI GAMMA DELTA Pi Chapter Establiihed 1860 Color-Royal Purple. l'nhliez1tion--Tlie Phi C-annum Della. Yell-llippi, I'lippi, lfli! Rip, Zip, Zeltnl Fiji, lla, Hal Phi Gilllllllfl Della. - 14'l'1ll1C'l' in Fawllltante. R. S. llreed, l'h.lJ. Frulrcs in llrbe. Hon. john Henderson George lf. Davenport, lisq. Harry XV. Reynolds john Shryoek , L. A. Lzu1cle1'bangl1, Esq. A. G. Richmond, Faq. R. G. Crahznn, lisq. lil. li. -ljllllllll, M. D. Emory R. Flower, A. M. Hon. Franlf rlil'lOlll?lS George M. Fletcher ll. C. Carroll, D. D. S. Tlioinas L. Slocum 14l'omer C. Crawford 'S. M. Schick Harry VV. Foster A W'z1llz1ce A. Wilson L. XV. Sherwin A. D. Andrews VV. Aiken L. M. Teliclcernell D. F. Croasmun C. P. Czunplnell fl. NV. Rarlcley S. Y. Rossiter J. S. Robinson 1i'l'iltl'CS ln Collegio. 1908. R. M. Ginn lf. L. Knapp 1909. P. B. Seliaffner S. G. McNees 1910. . I-T. H. Lamb NN. W. Burt C. H. Marcy H. XV. VVeeler 1911. T. D. Ballinge R. R. Yost G. W. Meade 63 Chi Mu ....... Omega Mu ..... Iota Mu ..... Pi Iota .... Pi Rho ....... Alpha Chi ...... Nu Deuteron ..... Tau Alpha ..... Upsilon .... Omega ...... Nu Epsilon. .. Theta Psi .... Kappa Nu .,.. Chi ........ Beta .............. Sigma Deuteron.. Beta Chi ....... Delta ...... Xi ............ Gamma Phi ..... Beta Mu ...... Omieron ........ Beta Deuteron .... Delta Delta ..... Zeta Deuteron .... Tau Deuteron .... Theta ......... Rho Chi ..... Alpha .... Pi ..... Sigma ............ Theta Deuteron. .. Lambda Deuteron Omieron Deuteron. . . . . Alpha Chi ........ Rho Deuteron .... Zeta ............ Xi Deuteron ..... Lambda ....... Tau ..... Psi .......... Kappa Tau... Nu .............. Alpha Deuteron.. Gamma Deuteron. Chi Iota ......... Mu Sigma .... Active Chapters. ........... ..Univcrsity of Missouri ....................University of Maine ....Massaehusetts Institute of Technology .. .. . . .Worcester Polytechnic University .. .Brown University i ..... Amherst College .. ...... .Yale University ...............Trinity College . . . .College City of New York .......... Columbia University .....University City of New York .. .. .. .. .. ...Colgate University .. ......Cornell University Union College .. .University of Pennsylvania ... . . . . . . . .Lafayette College .. .Lehigh University .. .Bucknell University .........Gettysburg College . ...Pennsylvania State College .Johns Hopkins University ......University of Virginia .... ... . . . . .Roanoke University . . . .. . . . .Hain-pden-Sidney College ....NVashington and Lee University ....... . . . . . .University of Texas . . . . . . . . . . . .University of Alabama .. . . . . .. ...Richmond College . . . .Washington and Jefferson College ..................Allegheny College . . . . . . . Wittenberg College .. . .Ohio Wesleyan 'College .. . . . . . .Denison University . .Ohio State University . . . . .Michigan University . . . .Wooster University . . . Indiana University . . . .Aclelbert College DePauw University .. . . . . . Hanover College Wabash College .. . .University of Tennessee . ................ Bethel College ....Illinois Wesleyan University ...............Knox College ...... .. ...University of Illinois .....University of Minnesota 64 N Mu ......... Lambda Nu. Pi Dcuteron .... Zeta Phi .... Delta Xi .... Sigma Tau .... . . . Delta Nu. . . Sigma Nu .... ..University of Vlisconsin ...University of Nebraska ....University of Kansas . . . .William Jewell College ...University of California .University of Washington . . . . . . .Dartmouth College . . .Syracuse University Chi Upsilon .... .........., C hicago University Lambda Iota . . . . . . . .Purdue University Lambda Sigma ..... ............ I ,gland Standforcl University Alpha .... Beta .... Delta .... Epsilon .... Zeta. . . Eta .... Theta . . , Tota ...... Kappa ..... Lambda. . . Mu .... Nu ..... Xi ......... Omieron .... Pi ....... Rho ..... Sigma ..... Tau ..... Upsilon .... Phi ...... Chi . . . Psi ...... Omega ....................... Alpha Deutcron ................ Southern Alumni Association ..... Washington Alumni Association .... Richmond Alumni Club ........ Nebraska Alumni Association ..... ociuitions. . . . . . Lafayette, Ind. . . . .Indianapolis, Ind. . . Chattanooga, Tenn. . . . . . . . Colulmbus, O. . . . Kansas City, Mo. .. . . . .. Cleveland, O. . . . .VVilliamsport, Pa. . . . Spokane, VVash. .. . . . . Chicago, Ill. Dayton, O. ....San Francisco, Cal. ....New Haven, Conn. . . . .Ncw York, N. Y. . . . . . Pittsburg, Pa. Philadelphia, Pa. . . . . .Br0oklyn, N. Y. .....Albany, N. Y. . . . . . .. Denver, Col. .. . Minneapolis, Minn. ......St. Louis, Mo. ...... Toledo, O. Cincinnati, O. .. . . . Bloomington, Ill. .... .Whecling, W. Va. . . . . . . . .Baltimore, Md. .....Washington, D. C. . . . . .Richmond, Va. . . . . .Lincoln, Neb. Photo. by Fowler. DELTA TAU DELTA DELTA TAU DELTA Alpha Chapter Culrn Established ---Purple, VVhite and Gold. F1 ltcrnity lflowcr-Pzmsy. llllllllflllll1115-H'llllC lQIlllll5OW,U "'l'l1c CllOCt2lW.H ,l'r'u1l: I, M, Cu4:1:er, NQD. ilolm D. lllCCuy li. A. llcmpstczul Col. Lewis Xllzllku lfrzmk l". Lippift NV. D. 'll'Zlll12lliCl', lXI.D. -1 , . C. ly Xvtllklflllg, lXl.lJ. J. R. Aml1'Cws D. Arthur Clill E. ll. Cullum NV. ll. Ray XVIII. A. Czlppczlu Otto ll. llnuscr llzlrley Carpenter lissex l'cmuzm ' C. D. Baker E. J. Stetson W. Cole L. Moudcrcau I1'rutvr ill F1ll'llIfRll10. C. Lczckwoocl, PILD. ltll'ill,l.'l'S in Urbc. George K. lVlcGumtegle XVztlter G. Harper George Seiplc Davenport Capt. XVesley B. Best Ned Arden Flood .fXrcl1ilmld L. Irvin lVZlltCl' Dewey Alfred I. Bates Harry lVlcFzu'lzmd Robert X. Brown Charles E. Foster Curl Hztrper l4ll'llll'l'S in Collegio. 1908. CliHm'd S. Fullerton Raymond R. Russell 1909. lllilliam Mould Ralph Cole 1910. R. T.. Phillips C. T. Hamaker 1911. Claude Adsit I. P. McClellan V. XV. Fugate 67 1863 . ...Brown University Alpha .... Beta . . . Delta ..... Epsilon .. . Zeta ..... Gamma .... Kappa . . . Mu ....... Chi ........ Beta Alpha... Beta Beta... Beta Zeta... Beta Phi ....... Gamma Delta ..... Pi... Upsilon ...... Omega ......... Beta Lambda. . . Beta Mu ...... Beta Nu ...... Beta Omieron.. Beta 'Chi ....... Phi ........... Gamma Gamma .... Gamma Epsilon Gamma Zeta... Lambda ...... Pi ........... Beta Beta Beta Beta Epsilon. .. Theta .... Iota .... Xi ....... Gamma Eta .... Gamma Iota. . . Omicron ...... Beta Gamma. .. Beta Eta ...... Beta Kappa .... Beta Pi ....... Beta Rho... Beta Tau .... Beta Upsilon. .. Beta Omega .... Gamma Alpha .... Gamma Beta. .. Active Cluapters. Allegheny College ......... Ohio University University of Michigan Albion Adelbert ...,Washington and Jefferson College Hillsdale . ...Ohio Wesleyan University Kenyon ... .University of Indiana . . . . . . . . .DePauw University . . . .University of Indianapolis . . . . . . . . Ohio State University ......Uni . . .Stevens versity of West Virginia Institute of Technology ...Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute .. ...University of Pennsylvania , ........... Lehigh University ..........................Tuft's College . . . . Massaelittsetts Institute of Technology .....Cornell University . . .Dartmouth College Colmnbia University .. .. .Wesleyan University ..... Vanderbilt University ....University of Mississippi .. . . . . .Washington and Lee . . . . . . . . . .Emory College . . . .University of the South .. .University of Virginia ....... ....Tulane University ...George Washington University .. .. . . . . . .University of Texas . . . . . . . . .University of Iowa University of Wisconsin University of Minnesota .University of Colorado Northwestern University ....Leland Stanford University .. .. . . .University of Nebraska . . . .University of Illinois . . . .... University of California . . . . . . . . . . . . .University of Chicago .. . . ...Armour Institute of Technology 63 Gamma Theta. .. Gamma Kappa. .. Nu .............. G-ainma Lamlida .... Beta Psi ........ ... ....Baker University ..Univcrsity of Missouri . Lafayette College . Purdue University .. Wabash College Alumni Clmptvrs. Chicago Alumni Association Now York Alumni Association Cincinnati Alumni Association San Francisco Alumni Association Philadelphia Alumni Association Indianapolis Alumni Association Boston Alumni Association Twin City Alumni Association Clcvcland Alumni Association Pittsburg Alumni Association Atlanta Alumni Association Columbus Altunni Association Toledo Alumni Association St. Louis Alumni Association Richmond Alumni Association Detroit Alumni Association jackson Alumni Association New Orleans Altnnni Association XVashington Alumni Association Los Angeles Alumni Association Alumni Association of the Far East 69 Photo. by Fowlcr. PHI DELTA THET3. PHI DELTA THETA Penna. Delta Chapter Established 1879 Colors-Argent anfl Azure. lflmvcr-NVl1ite Carnation. 1 ,l,'nlmlication'-"'l'lie Scrollf Yell-Rah! Rah ! Rah! 1'hi-KeifA! Phi Delta Theta! Rah! Rah! Rah! . l+'l':itl'0s in l'llll'llllRl10. W'illiam A. lllliutt, A.M., ,l..'l.l.D. Clarence 11'i-all.:-Us in llrlw. E. XV. Peck NV. B. Skelton, M. D. Harry likey .l4'l'RlU'l'S in Collvgio. 1908. Chas. T. Greer M. Lick li. M. Giesey Wfilliam Tlioinas A. D. P. Miller A. C. Perry I". M. McArthur NV. T. Mackey l". E. Stewart P. P. Parsons 11. K. Dennis XV. L. Sticlger 1. R. Sticlger C. lf. Vogel D. S. Carroll R. R. Ross Francis lrvine 1909. XV. G. Cole ll. M. lfishel .. Miner 1910. C. L. Maxwell lfrerl llright 1911. A. B. Hines 11. R. llarper XV. li. NVeicl'er I. A. Bortz Tlarris 71 lf. Ross, A.M Maine Alpha .......... New Hampshire Alpha .... Vermont Alpha ........ Massachusetts Alpha. . . Massachusetts Beta. . . Rhode Island Alpha.. York Alpha... New New York Beta... New York Delta... New York Epsilon. .. Pennsylvania Alpha ..... Pennsylvania Beta .... Pennsylvania Gamma. . Pennsylvania Delta .... Pennsylvania Epsilon.. Pennsylvania Zeta ..... Pennsylvania Eta .... Pennsylvania Theta. . . Virginia Beta ....... Virginia Gamma ..... Virginia Zeta ......... North Carolina Beta... Kentucky Alpha ...... Kentucky Delta .... Tennessee Alpha .... Tennessee Beta .... Georgia Alpha... Georgia Beta .... Georgia Gamlna. .. Ala-bama Alpha .... Alabama Beta .... Ohio Alpha .... Ohio Beta ...... Ohio Gamma .... Ohio Zeta ...... Ohio Eta ........ Ohio Theta ........ Michigan Alpha ..... Indiana Alpha... . Indiana Beta ..... Indiana Gamma .... Indiana Delta .... Indiana Epsilon .... Indiana Zeta ..... Indiana Theta... Illinois Alpha .... Active Chapters. ......Colby University .. .. . . . .Dartmouth College ....University of Vermont . . . . . .Williams College .. . . .Amherst College .. .Brown . . .. .Cornell . . . . . .Union . . . .Columbia . . .Syracuse University University University University University .................Lafayette ...... ......Pennsylvania . . .Washington and jefferson ..................Allegheny ............D1ckinson College College College College College ....University of Pennsylvania . . . . . . . . . . . .Lehigh University ..... ...Pennsylvania State ...... . . . . .University of Virginia . . . . . . . . . . . .Randolph-Macon College . . . .Washington and Lee University ... .University of North Carolina ................Centre College . .. .. .Central University .. . .Vanderbilt University ....University of the South .....University of Georgia . . . . . . . . .Emory College . .. . .. . .. . ...Mercer University . . . .... . . .University of Alabama .....Alahama Polytechnic Institute .. .. ...... .. ...Miami University .Ohio Wesleyan University .. . . . . . . . . . .Ohio University . . . . . . . . . . . . .Ohio State University .. . . .Case School of Applied Science 72 University of Cincinnati . . . University of Michigan .. . . . .Indiana University . .. .Wabash College . . .. .Butler College . . . .Franklin College .. . . . . .Hanover College . . . . .DePauw University . . . .. .Purdue University Northwestern University Illinois Beta .... Illinois Delta .... Illinois Zeta .... Illinois Eta ...... Wisconsin Alph... Minnesota Alpha .... Iowa Al-pha ...... Iowa Beta ........ Missouri Alpha... Missouri Beta .... Missouri Gamma. Kansas Alpha .... Nebraska Alpha.. Mississippi Alpha. Louisiana Alpha.. Texas Beta ...... Texas Gamma. . . . . California Alpha. California Beta. .. Quebec Alpha .... Georgia Delta .... Colorado Alpha.. Washington Alpha .... Waterville, Me. Burlington, Vt. Boston, Mass. ....University of Chicago ...........Knox College . . . . . .Lombard University . . . . .University of Illinois ..University of Wisconsin ..University of Minnesota Iowa Wesleyan University . .. . .. .University of Iowa ...University of Missouri . . . .Westminster College ...Washington University .....University of Kansas ...University of Nebraska .University of Mississippi . . . . . . . .Tulane University . . . ...University of Texas . . .Southwestern University ..Univcrsity of California ...Leland Stanford, Jr., University ........McGill University ...xjeoigia School of Technology Alumni Clubs. Oxford, Ohio. Detroit, Mich. Franklin, Ind. ... ...Colorado University University of Washington St. Louis, Mo. Hutchinson, Kan. Omaha, Ncb. I-larvard University Indianapolis, Incl. Denver, Colo. Providence. R. I. Crawfordsville, lnd. Columbus, Ga. New York. N. Y, Elkhart K Goshen, Ind. Atlanta, Ga. Symgiigc, N, Y, Madison. Ind. Macon, Ga. Schenectady. N. Y. Lafayette, Incl. Montgomery, Ala. Pittsburg, Pa. Philadelphia. Pa. Warren. Pa. Baltimore, Md. Bloomington. Ind. Ft. Wayne. Ind. Tipton, Ind. Columbus. Ind. Washington, IJ. C. Chicago, Ill. Richmond, Va. Louisville, Ky. Lexington, Ky. Nashville. 'l'enn. Cincinnati. Ohio. Akron, Ohio. Cleveland, Ohio. Columbus, Ohio. Athens, Ohio. Toledo, Ohio. X Hamilton, Ohio. Galesburg, Ill. Bloomington, Ill. Peoria, Ill. LaCrosse, Wis. Milwaukee, Wis. Menasha, Wis. Selma. Ala. Birmingham, Ala. Mobile, Ala. ltleridan, Miss. New Orleans. La. Austin. Texas. Fort Smith, Ark. Oklahoma City, Okla. Salt Lake City, Utah. San Francisco, Cal. Los Angeles. Cal. Minneapolis :Sz St. Paul, Portland, Ore. Minn. Sioux City, Iowa. Mt. Pleasant, Iowa. Kansas City, Mo. 73 Spokane, Wash. Seattle, Wash. Tacoma, Wash. Photo. by Fowler. SIGBIA ALPHA EPSILON - SIGMA ALPHA EPSILON Penpa. Omega Chapter. listahlishe Puhli Cnlms-A-lifmyzxl Purple aml Ulrl Gold. lllmvcl'-Violcl. Cilllllll-'llllif Sigma Alpha Epsilon Record. Yell-Pl1i Alpha Alicazcu! Phi Alpha Alicazoul lfclwin l.cc, M A. l.. lluush 1 . L. la. Whmtc O. Clare Kent rlll1UlNi1S A. Co XVilliam lf. llc XV. L. Kulp NV. ll. Grant C. C. Grant J. M. White Sigma Alpha! Sigma Alpha! Sigma Alpha Epsilon! l'll'llfl'1'S in l1':u'ull11l0. . S. Charles Ling 14'l'lll1l'0S in UI-hc. XV. M. Sackett li.. Bruce Gamhlc Clinton l3c11s111o1'e lf. C. Daman, l'h.lD. I"rutl'1-S in Cullm-gin. 1908. lter Ralph C. Siggins Charles O. Peters 1909. Paul C. llecmcr l9l0. rrall ll. lQ. Scott Rayunmul ll. llrum 1911. U Alfrccl McClure N. R. Moore tl. C. Cuchran IT. C. Sllllllllltilll A. L. Dunsmore 75 11 1887. , 1'h.D. Active Chapters. Maine Alpha .......,..... .. .... University of Maine New Hampshire Alpha ....... ....................... Dartmouth Massachusetts Beta Upsilon ......,.................... Boston University Massachusetts Iota Tau ..... ...Massachusetts institute of Technology Virginia Massachusetts Gamma. . Massachusetts Delta .... New York Alpha ..... New York Delta .... New York Mu ......... New York Sigma Phi... Pennsylvania Omega .... Pennsylvania Sigma Phi Pennsylvania Pennsylvania Lcta ..... . Pennsylvania Delta. .. Pennsylvania Theta ...,. Washington City Rho.. Omieron ...... Alpha Zeta .... Virginia Sigma ...... North Carolina Xi ..,... North Carolina Theta .... South Carolina Gam-ma. Michigan Iota Beta ..... Michigan Alpha .. Ohio Sigma .... Ohio Delta ..... Ohio Epsilon .... Ohio Theta ..... Ohio Rho ....,. Indiana Alpha. .. Indiana Beta ..... Indiana Gatnina ..... Illinois Psi Omega. .. Illinois Beta ........ Illinois Theta ..... Minnesota Alpha .... W'iseousin Alpha .... Georgia Beta ,... Georgia Psi .... Georgia Epsilon. .. Georgia Phi .... Alabama Alabama Alabama Missouri Iota ....... Mu .......... Alpha Mu .... Alpha .,... . .. .................... Harvard University Worcester Polytechnic Institute . . . . . . . . . .. . .Cornell University ...University of Syracuse ... .Columbia University . ...St. Stephens College .. .. . . . . .Allegheny College .. .. .. .. .. .. .Dickinson College ....Pennsylvania State College .... ,. .llueknell University . .. .. .. ...Gettysburg College .. . . . . .University of Pennsylvania George Washington University ........ . . .University of Virginia Washington and Lee University .. .. .University of North Carolina ....... ......lDavidson College .. .. .. . .. . .Wofford College . ...University of Michigan ....... . . . . .Adrian College ....... . . . . . Mt. Union College .. ...Ohio Wesleyan University .. .. ...University of Cincinnati ............Ohio State University Case School of Applied Science ................Franklin College . . . . . .Purdue University ... ...University of Indiana . . .Northwestern University . . .. .University of Illinois . . . .University of Chicago ...University of Minnesota ...University of Wisconsin . . . .University of Georgia .. .. . .Mercer University ................Emory College .Georgia School of Technology .. . . . . .. ...Southern University .. . . . . . . .University of Alabama . . . .Alabama Polyteclmie Institute . . . . . . . .University of Missouri Missouri Beta ........ Nebraska Lambda Pi. .. Arkansas Alpha Upsilon ..,. Kansas Alpha .......... Iowa Beta... Iowa Gamma .... Colorado Chi .... Colorado Zeta ...... Colorado Lambda .... California California Louisiana Louisiana Alpha. . . Beta ...... Epsilon ...... Tau Upsilon. Mississippi Gamma ..... Texas Rho ......... New York Delta .... Kentucky Kentucky Kentucky Tennessee Tennessee Tennessee, Tennessee Tennessee Tennessee Kappa. . . Iota ..... Epsilon. .. Zeta ...... Lambda .... Nu ....... Kappa. . . Omega. . . Eta .... Indiana Gamma .... . .. .Washington University ...University of Nebraska ...University of Arkansas ....University of Kansas ....University of Iowa . . . . . .Iowa State College .. . .University of Colorado ... ....University of Denver ...Colorado School of Mines ,, .Leland Stanford University ....University of California .. .Louisiana State University . ... ......Tulane University .. . .University of Mississippi . . . . .University of Texas . . . .University of Syracuse ... . .Central University . . . . .. . . . . .Bethel College .. . . . . . .Kentucky State College . .S. W. Presbyterian University . .. .. . . .Cumberland University .. ...Vanderbilt University . ...University of Tennessee . . .University of the South S. W. Baptist University ....University of Indiana Alumni Chapters. Alliance Alumni Association Boston Alumni Association Chicago Alumni Association Cleveland, Ohio, Association Detroit, Mich., Association Florence Alumni Association Lexington Alumni Association Little Rock, Ark., Association Louisville, Ky., Association Madison Alumni Association Milwaukee Alumni Association New York Alumni Association Pittsburg Alumni Association Savannah Alumni Association Seattle Alumni Association Washington, D. C., Association Atlanta Alumni Association Chattanooga Alumni Association Cincinnati Alumni Association Denver, Col., Association - Evanston Alumni Association Kansas City Alumni Association Lincoln Alnnmi Association Los Angeles Alumni Association Macon, Ga., Association Memphis, Tenn., Association New Orleans, La.. Association Philadelphia Alumni Association San Francisco, Cal., Association Schenectady Alumni Association St. Louis, Mo., Association Wilmington, N. C., Association Birmingham Ala., Association 77 Photo. by Fowler. THETA DELTA PSI THETA DELTA PSI Local Orgzmizatiou Establwhed 1905 Colors-Orange uml Maroon. Yell-Chi Alpha, Alpha Psi Psi Alpha. Alpha Chi, Chi Alpha Theta, Chi Alpha Della! Frank G. Smith Merle VV. King' Chi Alpha Psi Them Della! Tllcta lhltu! Theta Della Psi! Fx-autres in Collvgio. 1 9 0 S. Aclrliscn R. Lyon R. 1,ZIl'liC1' Amlrews Robert W. IX1lClC1'SOll lfrrmk C. lilaugh 1909. J. H. McKinney I 1910. Clyde S. Braymer I. Torclella L. W. Bossard A. VV. Urick 1911. C. A. McCall K. l'. Miller Special. Charles H. Clarke 7 9 ' Q. -sw X . We ppmhb N "' fm E u x fgfmi S 1 . 4 if me'1f, fy, ,g f Q, w' 'X gf' lgfllgfg 3 aww. ,,. . 1 44 J . ' ' vi 'ww X N XX 7 fy V ' ' x7 W' 'ffsfgf r 4' "HX Mi' ff Q lk, JW: A ,57 A -mf mx e VY, fi- ' 1 , oto. by Fowler. KAPPA ALPHA THETA. KAPPA ALPHA THETA Mu Chapter Establishe Colors-Black and Gold. ,. Flower-Pansy. Publication-Kapiiza Alpha 'llllC11l. Sororcs in llvbv. Mrs. NV. G. Xkfilliams Miss Margaret Hartman Miss Rebecca Cooper Mrs. Curtis L. NVehb Mrs. A. G. 'l'rumbell Clotaj Miss Ruth 'l'ownlcy Miss Gertrude Harper Mrs. NValter 1. Bates Miss Helen Anderson Miss lfnnna Edson Miss Bess Dutton Sorores ln Colleggio. 1908. Nulu Neale Florence Grauel Harriette Phillips 1909. Jane Dermitt Juanita Danford Katherine Illingworth 1 9 1 0. Lenore Lytle Lottie Hammett Grace Howard Helen Murray Helen VVhite Grace Miller 1911. Jessainine DeHaven Gertrude Straw Ruth Kelley Gertrude Hillman Bessie Metcalf 83 1881 Iota ...... Lambda .... Sigma ..., Chi ,........ Alpha Beta... .Alpha Delta.. Alpha Epsilon .... Alpha Zeta ..... Alpha ..... Beta ...... Gamma . . . Epsilon ..... Eta ..... Mn ........... Pi .....,..... Alpha Gamma Alpha Eta .... Delta ....... Kwppa .... Rho ..... Tau ...... Upsilon .... Psi ........... Alpha 'llheta .... Alpha Iota... Phi .......... Omega. . . Active Chapters. ......'Cornell University ....University of Vermont . . . . Toronto University . .. .... Syracuse University ............. .Swarthmore College ...Woman's College of Baltimore . . . . . . . . . . . . .Brown University . . . . .Barnard College .. .. ...DePauw University ... .Indiana State University .......... .Butler College . . . . . .Wooster University ...University of Michigan .... .Allegheny College ........ Albion College .. .Ohio State University ... .Vanclei bilt University . ...University of Illinois .....University of Kansas . . . . .University of Nebraska .. . Northwestern University . . . .University of Minnesota .University of Wisconsin ... . . ...University of Texas . .... ....Washington University . ...Leland Stanford University ....University of California 84 Alumnae Chapters. Gamma Alumnae Eta Alumnae .... Nu Alumnae......... Kappa Alumnae ..... Alpha Alumnae ..... Beta Alumnae ..... Delta Alumnae ...... Epsilon Alumnae ..... Zeta Alumnae ...... Lambda Alumnae .... Mu Alumnae ....... Iota Alumnae .... Xi Alumnae... S5 ..New York, N. Y. Burlington, Vt .......Syracuse, N. Y. .....Pittsburg, Pa ..Grcencastle, Ind Minneapolis, Minn . . .. . . .Chica-go, Ill .....Columbus, O Indianapolis, Ind .......Athens, 'O .....Cleveland, O .Los Angeles, Cal ..Kansas City, Mo 1 Ph0t0. by Fowler. KAPPA KAPPA GAMMA Mrs. Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Mrs. Miss Miss Miss Miss Mrs. Bess KAPPA KAPPA GAMMA Gamma Rho Chapter Established Colors-Light and Dark Blue. Flower-Flenr-de-lis. Publication-The Key. Sox-or in Fucultute. Miss M. Emma Fraser, l'h.D. Sorores in Urlfe. i F. Appleby Barnhurst Alice Colter Marian Fuller Gertrude Hastings Margurite McClintock Louise Hempstead Jessie Marvin Margaret Prather Grace McCluer Lorena Palm Grace Henderson Evangeline Parsons M. Co-lter English Miss' Jean Frey Mrs. Miss Miss Miss Mrs. Miss Mrs. Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Marguerite Georgia Harper Helen McClintock Harriet Kraus Finetta Porter NfVallace A. Wilson Ada Palm Alice R. Appleby Florence Stem Rebekah Frey Gail Richmond Ethel Fowler Jennie Fowler Fuller. Sororcs in Colle Pio. fa Rist Edith Fu gate Mary McLaughlin 1908. Carrie Sowash 1909.- Anna Hayward Mary Nichols 1910. Leone McLane Bernice Hatch Verna Lauffer Una Duffy Jean MacKenzie 1911. Matilda Drake Mary Smith Hazel Emery 87 1 888 Beta Sigma .... Beta Upsilon .... Beta Omicron... Gamma Rho. Phi ......... Beta Epsilon. Psi . .. ,... . . Active Ulmpters. .............Adelphi College .. . .VVest Virginia University . . . . . . . ...Tulane University ...Allegheny College . . . .Boston University .. . . . .Barnard College . . .Cornell University . .. . . . . . .Syracuse University ...University of Pennsylvania .. .. . .Swarthmore College . . . . . Buchtel College ... .NVooster University . . . . .Ohio State University ...University of Michigan Adrian College .. Hillsdale College Indiana University . . DePauw University ........... Butler College Beta Tau .... Beta Alpha... Beta Iota .... Lambda ..... Beta Gamma. Beta Nu ..... Beta Delta... Xi ........ Kappa Delta . . Iota ..... Mu .. Eta ....... Upsilon ..... Epsilon. . . 'Chi ......... Beta Zeta .... Theta ...... Sigma. . . . ....University of Wisconsin Northwestern University Illinois Wesleyan University . . . .University of Minnesota ........Iowa State University . . . .Missouri State University ..Nebraslta State University .....Kansas State University Omega .... Beta Pi. . Beta Beta Beta Beta Eta .... Lambda. . . . Mu ..... Xi .... Pi. . . .....l.elancl Stanford University . . . .University of California . .. .. ...University of Illinois . . . .Colorado State University . . . .Texas State University . .. . . . . . .Seattle College S8 Alumnae Boston Alumnae Association New York Alumnae Association Indianapolis Alumnae Association Philaclelphia Alumnae Association Columbus Alumnae Association Bloomington Alumnae Association Greencastle Alumnae Association Chicago Alumnae Association Denver Alumnae Association Minnesota Alumnae Association Kansas City Alumnae Association Beta Iota Alumnae Association Cleveland Alumnae Association Detroit Alumnae Association Akron Alumnae Association Chapters. Wooster Alumnae Association Lawrence Alumnae Association Pi Alumnae Association Syracuse Alumnae Association Adrian Alumnae Association Iota Alumnae Association Madison Alumnae Association Milwaukee -Alumnae Association Iowa City Alumnae Association St. Louis Alunmae Association Pittsburg Alumnae Association Meadville Alumnae Association Texas Alumnae Association New Orleans Alumnae Association Los Angeles Alumnae Association Lincoln Alu-mnae Association 249 1 Photo. by Fowler. ALPHA CHI OMEGA ALPHA CHI OMEGA Delta Chapter Established 1891 Colors-Scarlet and Olive Green. Flower-Red Carnation and Sinilax. Mrs. Publication-'lllic Lyre. Sororvs in l'rlw. fn Miss Mary C. Lord Manley O. Bron Miss Florence Harper Mrs. juvia O. Hull Miss Edith Roddy John Dick Miss Mrs. Miss Mary Howe Miss Arline Lane Miss Edith Mae Steffner Miss Ethel Moore Mary Thorpe Graham M iss Miss M iss Mrs. M iss M iss Miss Mrs. Miss Florence Bates Gertrude Sackett Laffer Agnes .Pearson Church R. Bruce Gamble Mary Gibson Brock Ruth Swan llcrtha Sackett Margaret llarher Brown Florence Moore Miss Louise Lord ' Sorores in Cxillcvgio. Olga Henry Mabel McLean Mary Green Louise Chase Marjorie Fowler Margretta Jones Anna Tarr Caroline Parsons 1908. Vera Rash 1909. Clara Wheeling' 191 0. Edith llircliard Cecilia Sliircs 1911. Elizalzctli Carver Lucy Loane Special. Alice McDowell 91 Active Clmpters. Alpha .................. DePauw University Beta ..... ........... A lhion College Gamma . Northwestern University Delta .... ................. A llegheny College Epsilon ..... .... L lniversity of Southern California Zeta ..... ........ N ew England Conservatory Theta ..., .... U niversity of. Michigan Iota .... ...... U niversity of Illinois Kappa .... ...University of Wisconsin Lambcla .... University of Syracuse Alumnae Chapters. Chicago Alumnae Association Indianapolis Alumnae Association 92 N rltu. hy lvnwlg 1 "So 1114 rhoto. by Fowler. THETA SIGMA THETA SIGMA Local Orgallization Eslablisllecl 1901 Colors--G:i1'ncl and Roilmilfs Egg lllue. Lillian Heplinger May Hart Ethel Anclrews Ethel Mills Jessie Fitch lVI:u'ga1'et Beelze Verna Smith Edna Baker Lina Powers Fl0'WCl'-'-jililflllCl'I111101 Rose. Soror in Facultate Miss Eclith Rowley Sorores in Collegio 1908. Lucy XVright Wymmzi Baker Josette Beclne 1909. Lena .lily Elizabeth Houglitoi 1910. ' lflelen Dungzm lVll:1i'tl1z1 Lewis Rose Kzuiffman 1911. Mollie Bassett Stella Cook 95 PHI BETA KAPPA Eta Chapter of Pennsylvania Chartered September 2, 1901 OFFICERS. President Wfilliam H. Crawford. . . ...... President Hon. John J. Henderson ........ . . .Vice-President Professor William A. Elliott .... ..... S ecretary Ml+1MI!l+lliS lNl'l'lA'I'ED IN JUNE, 1907. From the Senior Class. Katherine Moore Adams Henrietta Josephine Carroll Stanley 'liriglit lfrank Pnrl Miller Frank Tenny Stockton From the Alumni. Adam Clark Hickman, LL.D., '62 Paul Sturtevant, ,QQ George A. Muliinger, 1'li.D. lfclward Rynearson Annual Atlclrvr-is, Juno 18, 1907. l"rofessor Paul Sliorey, PILD. Subject, "The Unity of the Human Spirit." 96 THE CLUBS f '-:F . T227 ai nf, 9 Photo. by Fowler. CHAL'TAl'QI,'A CLUB. VV. L. Mcliinney D. S. Tlxomas C. XV. Flkin R. C. Stockdale Roy Granclcy Paul Hillman D. H. Boclerhorn XV. E. Abbott J. D. Short C. Baum CHAUTAUQUA CLUB 1908. .IQ D, Pratt IQ. U. Callahan 1909. R. W. Plannettc C. W. Johnson F. H 1910. XV. H. Swick G. C. Andrews 1911. C. C. Fisher . Callahan Props. F. Frost I-l. G. Lynch C. E. Hinckley C. Donaldson J E. Rossclle 99 Photo. by Fowler, FARRELLY CLUB L. L. 1.9111 I.. I.. Benedict XV. L. Mo1'g'z111 IE. N. 1411111321111 M. A. De Vitis J. .'X. Krouzc C. C. Hasley Paul l..i11dl1e1'Q' W. 11. Lciuf F ARRELLY CLUB IQG8. C lt. I.h11'cl1a1'1l 1909. C. F. StC1R'Zl1't 1910. Carl Ul1li11g'e1' A. XViHiillSOll 1911. 11 rw - IL. I. E11g'l1sl1 M. E. Morse l'l'0ps. 'l'. XV. lfcrall .'Xll.'I'lZ0 Rcxlcri H. F. Perry I.. A. Nl.UI'l'iSUl'l 101 , Y 1 Photo. by Fowler. HANKS CLUB Geo. S. Criswell KE H. N. Gould H. D. Firestone lf. L. Mickle Oliver Alles lf. NV. Clllllplllllll Max CFUZISITILIII A. ll. Cresswcll J. N. Croxall lf. K. Jewell XV. H. jones H. S. Leitzel H. D. Lowing HANKS CLUB Class 1008. F. B. Cooley - Class of 1000. XVm. Millwarcl Clue-as ol' 1010. A. J. Nelson Cleo. ll. Rul1li11g C. li. Smock Clams of 1011. bl. H. Moore XV. M. Small A. A. Swanson l'l1-pall-an.l0l'y Svhool. A. l'. McCallie bl. lf. Moline li. C. l':u'sl1zlll V. XV. Snyres XV. l.. Scl1e1'me1'l1o1'n D. D. Sleppy S. C. Stratton S. S. Townsencl R. G. Weclclerspoon 103 Photo. by Fowler. BLACK CLUB J. B. Peck J. XV. Schmidt H. I". Ramsey R. Schoiton J. Scott XV. H. Sperry BLACK CLUB Class of 1909 C. I. Martin Class of 1911 W. G. Fife Preparatory School NV. C. NValke1' Rafael Roch'i0'uev 6 1 R. D. Lytle W. H. Spears A. Jay Beckwith Ruht. Smith I05 Slime' of 1110 Boys 106 , w W'K'A N 1 f .5dM V, m i nl W 1 W1 Q' mr' m l - 1f M 5 f'VQ 1W 'V WW ff 'l' f'.1 '1Q1 5 u 1 lMI fL-s'LI f vm - .N-Nfu'1 - ww- X 'ffll.I-1 f Ml, M fl- f .', 11 :-f mfx -.-12111 -- .' K . WIN 40 ul 7 QV .Nj will 1 1' ' . 'W W' 1 Q mv X ' I g f ! X7 f ., ' wx., fi , E'if-'iw Ul f 2 1 :- Al pdf 1' vm - "' if I W I . Y .0 5: WW !: 'I L LEA ' f- x A i X- vv v ig, ,J . 1 Cvkksw E " ,ff bfiiww fd fl. fi: 4 , , N f Q XXX gf 11 x ..l7,:.rQf'w! ,yX 1 ch i ' R fn- ,,.,m,EAl Y, , - b X , N if N H W I' Q W ' "i'Qv v1v IQ? 4 Q x ii! N uk? W ' i w fffif Kg W ' 1 4 A w f W imiim VfrI.32ZffQ'f'i5 , N' ' V V if qi 57", 'Sf 'jqis wi f f', ,f1f' 1:7 ,aI 1 ,-W' 7V-lvl11r'W',p."' V HniQN4"fGiNSXX ' 'I N 5 HM gf ' V , ww KM l' fvnEQ 4 , M ,gr M . ,Il .' 'f , 3 H , wN' I V Af W '.jmw -5 , VV if 1 XXV Rf wfxa ' ,' ' 1" V 5 Q' "' VZMM f Photo. by Fowlar. FOOT BALL TEAM FOOTBALL CAPTAIN BE NE DICT M ANAGER COLTICR Mzlnzlger .... Captain ..... Right End ..... Right Tzickle. . . Right Cluarcl .... Centre ....... Left Guard. . . Left Tackle. . . Left End ........ Right Half Back. . . . . . - .Left Half Back. . . Full Back ..... Quarter Back-4. . . Subs ....... The Teaun. A I,.. 'req' rx.. if +I . . . . . .tx . . . . 'ii in 109 . . .'l'. A. Coiter .L. L. Benedict HU. M. Nelson ..O. M. lghwixvii . . . ..Rz1lph Cole ..Clzu1cle Aclzil' . . . . . .Sherwin . . .'l'. A. Culter .CL H. Rhuling' ....R. M. Ginn . . . .I. L. Miner H. XV. lfirestonc ..i'.. L. llcnechct . . . .A. IZ. Hines . . .S. Hi. French .F. F. Stewart D. F. Croasnmun .T. D. Ballinger COACH SH EETZ ' Football Schedule. Xllegheny 65 Mount Union II. ' Allegheny 65 Grove City 55 Oct. 5. Allegheny oz Geneva 0. Allegheliy og Niagara O. V Allegheny Og Oberlin 25. Allegheny IIQ Grove City 4. Allegheny 17g Hiram 5. Allegheny II 5 Geneva 4. Allegheny5: Carnegie Tech. O. Allegheny 55 VVestminte1' 26 110 14-24-28 BASKET BALL TEAM BASKET BALL ' ' c,w'11ArN1aA141au MANAGER MILLER Captain ............. ....,...... C . D. Baker Manager ....... ................. ..... . R . E. Miller The Champions. 4 S L Maxwell Right Forward .... ............... . . . l Left Forward .... ...... C . D. Ba fer Centre ........ ..... F. . M. Giesey Right Guard ..... W. King Left Guard .... ....... A . C. Perry Subs ..... H. W. Firesutone ...'...W'E-Welcller Basket Ball Schedule. Ian. 10-Allegheny 445 Geneva 15. Ian. 17--Allegheny 40-Q XfVCStl1lll1StC1' 8. Ian. 21-Allegheny 445 Grove City 13. Feb. 3-Allegheny 29g Catj VVestminster 14. Feb. 4-Allegheny 385 Catj Grove City 17. Feb. 8-Allegheny 33g Catj Oberlin 16. Feb. 13--Allegheny 32Q Catj Geneva 19. Feb. 14-Allegheny 273 Catj W. V. U. 18. Feb. 20-Allegheny 52g Colgate 14. Feb. 27-Allegheny 405 O. W. U. 20. Mar. 12-Allegheny 35g Woostel' 24. Mar. 21-Allegheny 465 W. R. U. IO F , ,fsga ' if 1'- ,gay-0 Photo. by Fowler. BASE BALL TEAM BASE BALL CAPTAIN BRAYMER MANAGER CAPPEAU Clyde Braynier .... .... . Captain NV. A. Cappeau. . . . . ..Manager The Team. Clyde Braynier ................. . . ..Catcher Lee Benedict, Harry Firestone .... ...... I 'itchers J. R. Gahan ....... H. M. Nelson .... C. D. Baker. . . I. L. Miner.. . NV. G. Grant ..... Harry Firestone .... L. C. Harris ..... W. E. Weiclle1'. . . . .First Base Second Base .Third Base .Short Stop .Right Field . . ..Left Field Middle Field , SCHEDULE May 2 Allegheny vs Westminster-Snow. May 16. Allegheny 35 Grove City 5. May 9. Allegheny vs Carnegie Tech.-Rain. May 22. Allegheny 33 Westminster 0. May 12. Allegheny 3g U. W. V. 13. May 27. Allegheny 1g Carnegie Teeh. May 13. Allegheny 3 Q St. Vincents 5. june 3. Allegheny vs. Grove City. May 14. Allegheny 7 3 Westminster 5. june 4. Slippery Rock. 115 6 Photo. by Fowler. TRACK TEAM TRACK ., Fl, 4 .- J. . Y ' I ' 'I CAPTAIN CROASMUN MANAGER MILLER Dale Croasniun .,.... ............. . Captain A. D. P. Miller... ........ .... M anager The Team. VV. E. Thomas E. M. Giesey Robert Ginn ' n F. A. Skellie F. F.. Stewart Frederick Bright A. B. Hines F.dward Campbell I. R. Stidger G. H. Ruhling R. R. Yost R. C. Stockdale The K n. ' ' Dual Meet-Rochester-Allegheny, Fair Grounds, Mead- ville, May 18g Rochester 7o, Allegheny 40. Inter-collegiate Meet-Conneaut Lake, june 6. Alle- gheny, Grove City, Geneva, XfVCSt111l1lStC1', Carnegie Tech, W. 811. 117 Truck Records. Fifty yards clash, time, 5 2-5 seconds, F. E. Stewart, ,O9. One hundred yards dash, time IO seconds, G. R. Clark, ex-'08. Two hundred and twenty yards dash, time, 22 I-5 sec- onds, P. Mitchell, '05. Four hundred and forty yards dash, time 53 I-5 seconds, F. T. Fish, '07. Eight hundred and eighty yards run, time, 2 minutes, 7 I-5 seconds, XV. E. Thomas, '08. , One mile run, time 5 minutes, 4 2-5 seconds, H. B. Man- sell, 'O4. Two mile run, time, II minutes, 50 seconds, W. E. Thomas, '08. One hundred and twenty yards high hurdles, Crawford, CX-,O9. Two hundred and twenty low hurdles, Skellie, 'o9. Running hroad jump, 20 feet, 3 inches, G. R. Clark, ex-08. Running high jump, 5 feet, 4 inches, W. E. Thomas, '08. Pole vault, 9 feet, 3 inches, S. VV. jackson, ,O4. Sixteen pound shot put, 36 feet, 8 I-2 inches, E. M. 'Giesey, ,08. 16 pound hammer, 104 feet, 8 inches, A. B. Hines, '1I. Discus, ll6 feet, 3 inches, A. B. Hines, ,II. Indoor Redords. , Standing broad jump, 9 feet, IO inches, G. R. Clark, ex-,o8. ' Running broad jump, 21 feet, 3 inches, G. R. Clark, ex-'08. Running high jump, 5 feet, 3 I-2 inches, C. H. Clark, '09, Pole vault, 8 feet, 9 I-2 inches, j. L. Carney, CX-,IO. Shot put, I2 pounds, 43 feet, 5 inches, E. M. Giesey, '08. 118 BLOCK-A CLUB President ................................. T. A. Colter Secretary-Treasurer ................. .... M . VV. King Historian ....................... . ......... E. M. Giesey R. R. Cole O. M. Brown E. M. Giesey R. R. Russell l1'ooLhuJl-Old Gold UA." S. I-I. French IVV. L. Stidger C. R. Adsit T. A. Colter, Mgr. Basket Bull!-Navy Blue HA." S. L. Maxwell C. D. Baker, Capt. R. E. Miller, Mgr. Base Bull-Mluroon UA." L. L. Benedict,Capt. C. S. Braynier L. VV. Sherwin R. M. Ginn H. M. Nelson L. M. I-Iiclcernell M. W. King A. C. Perry H. M. Nelson L. L. Benedict C. D. Baker C. S. Brayiner, Capt.J. R. Galian I. L. Miner XV. A. Cappean, Mgr. Track TPR-Ill--LVIIIIZC UA." VV. E. Thomas G. H. Ruliling W. L. Stidger Dale Croasninn,Capt.M. I. Lick F. A. Skellie A. B. Hines F. E. Stewart C. H. Clark E. M. Giesey L. L. Benedict MEN'S TENNIS ASSOCIATION F. E. Stewart. ............................... .President J. R. Keister ........................ .Seeretary-Treasurer Schedule-Home Tournament, May 24-3Otl1j Inter-Col- legiate, June I st-grd. WOMEN'S TENNIS ASSOCIATION President ............................. Margaret Beebe Secretary-Treasurer ...................... Ida Tillotson Keeper of Courts ......................... Mollie Bassett ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION President .......................... . ...... I-I. M. Fishel Seeretary-Treasurer ........................ R. Keister Fuiculty. Professor Lee Professor Ling Professor Breed Dr. Sheetz 119 YOUNG LADIES' BASKET BALL 'I EAM YOUNG Captain .... Coach . . . Right Forwarcl. Left Forward.. Center ........ Right Guard . . . Left Guard . . . Alternates ..... . . March 7- Allegheny February 1 1- Allegheny .... LADIES' BASKET BALL . . . .Miss Lottie lrlamlnctt .. .... Miss Alice H. Spalding 'I'h0 'I'vunl. . . . . ..... Miss Green . . . .Miss Iil.a1n1nett ..... Miss Fugate . . . . . Miss Illingworth Miss Proctor ..Miss Proctor, Miss Baker, Miss Beebe THE SCHEDULE. ....16 Shz1ron....... ....23 . . II. Geneva College ... ....23 121 ORATORICAL ASSOCIATION President ......... ......... .... O . H. I-Iouser Secretary-Treasurer. .,............. .... X V. ' G. Pixel CONTESTS CLASS 0l+' '90 00N'l'EST. First Prize ..................... 330.00 Second Prize .... ....... . 312.00 VVinner ....... ..... X V. G. Cole Second Place ............. Earl Hubbard Subjects. "A Modern Slavery" ............. ..... X V. G. Cole "Phillips Brooks, Lover of Men". . . . . .Earl Hubbard "The Mission of the Greek" ...... . . .D. S. Thomas "The Coming Americanu. . . .... R. B. Callahan "Alexander Hamilton" ..... .... . C. F. Lewis "The Battle of Gettyshnrg"' ....... . . .C. li. Stewart WA li lclvl lillill 0ltA'l'0lilCA L 00N'l'lf:s'l'. Prize ........................ . 350.00 Winner .... ....... . W. L. Stidger Second .... ...... lN 4. C. B. Mason, Ir. Sllbjects. 46 "The Home of Freedom" ............. Rohert E. Lee" .......... . . . "A Problem of the Century'. . Cl "Jose RIZZIIIH ......... I ..... if !! Abraham Lincoln ...... .... "A Life Tragedy". . 122 The Rise of the Russian Democracy" ...... .A. D. Andrews . . . .I. R. Keister ..C. F. Stewart ..O. M. Brown Don S. Thomas .M. C. B. Mason KV. L. Stidger TRI-STATE ORATORTCAL CONTEST, MEQAIHVILLE, MAY 12. Prize .... ............. D izunond Medal Wlllliel' ............. M12 F. S. Stockdale VVaynesbu1'g College Subjects. VVaynesburg, "The Modern Moloch" ........ F. S. Stockdale VV6Sl11T1lI'lStCl', "The Mission of the FUl'Cl'LlllllC1'n..CZl.l'l McNzu'y Allegheny, "A Life Tragedy" ............... NV. L. Stidger Geneva, "A Need of the Age" .... '. . .C. bl. Whitlatch Bethany, "The Power of Action".. ..... J. G. Smith -l T .N--r . ..,V WV. Tl. Stidgcr. TRI-STATE OHATORICAL ASSOCIATION . ' Ofllcers. W. G. Fixel, Allegheny ......... ...... P resident Mr. Jones, Muskingtnn. . . ........... Vice-President Mr. Gilkey, VVest1ninste1' ...... . . .Secretary and T1'6ZlSl11'Cl' 123 FIXEL SHERWIN STIDGER DEBATES AIILICGHENY VS. W. 8: J., WASHINGTON, APRIL 24. Question. "Resolved, That all corporations engaged in Inter-state Commerce should be required to take out Federal Charter on such conditions as Congress may by law prescribe, constitu- tionality concededf' Allegheny- W. 85 J.- Ncgativc. Affirxnative. L. VV. Sherwin John H. Murdoch NV. L. Stidger George M. Vankirk WV. G. Fixel Dalton T. Clarke Negative winner. 124 MILLER GEORGE CALLAHAN 'NllVl'li9I'l'Y Ml4IAIN'lhl1l4l, APIHI1 2-I AIALEGHENY VS. IIENISUN lu 1. lr , Question. "Resolved, Tlmt all Corporations engaged in lntcr-state Commerce should be compelled to take out il Federal Clmrter ' ' ' ' ' ' 'l ' .titutiou- on such terms as Congress may lay lim DIC!-3Ll'l Je, cons ality conceded." Aliirmutivc. Allegheny- R. B. Callalman R. J. George A. D. P. Miller W AfHrmative winner. Neguigivc Denison- S. G. Bridges A. M. Wfilson W. B. Storm Photo by Fowler GLEE AND MANDOLIN CLUBS GLEE CLUB . .-1'-KL. FNE5' ll 5 . -.N . .Sf 1 '44 l ' ? 4 , f V . A . 1 H . . .D -M Q0 h ' .1- ' 45 .. -"' 'XFP il mmm- xx X- ' -1- 45 Q- l , 'lu 'WWI . . N - ay xgl , . ,l uw . MM. A A - 11 :lvl-mum -' 'I WQ -. my ' J . - gl H1 1Txw11:'.m... "" lllilfff'-P' ' F . 1 K , fl A I View EWUND TUBE BARS 4? Q l,'1'of. H. W. Mzmvillc .... ..... l Jircctm' R. C. Siggins ........ ..4Xcco1n1::111ist W. E. Thomas .... . ......... . .... .Reader Soloists. Miss Helen lDCA1'111Cllt M. Lick First 'l'0n0r. R. R. Russell L. C. llZll'l'lS M. Lick H. R. l'lZll'1JC1' O. H. Houser T fl. L. W. SHERVVIN, Mmmgcx' . 127 R. R. RUSSELL, Lender GLEE CLUB CONTINUED First Buss. VV. E. Thomas R. Keister A. C. Perry M. A. DeVitis C. O. Peters F. A. Irvine Svvond 'l'0nor. V. R. Schaffncr NV. G. Over A. N. Dunsmorc R. D. Drum tl. A. Borlz Svc-und lines. T.. M. IiIiCiiCl'l1Cii P. I'. Parsons A. D. Andrews XV. B. Craig MANDOLIN CLUB t Mr. T. J. Ewing ............................... Director C. H. Clark .................................... Leader First Mandolin. C. H. Clark W. E. Weidler R. R. Yost ' S. Y. Rossiter Second Mandolin. . S. G. McNees R. J. George C. H. Marcey F. G. Smith Guitar. L. M. Hickernell I. C. Cochran 128 Leader .... lst Violin ..., 2nd Violin ..... Flute ........ Clarionet. . Cello ...... Piano ..... lst Cornet. 2nd Cornet .... ORCHESTRA fl I L ' D lllIIllIlllllllllllllllllllllll I ...i f fi 129 .....R. L. Phillips R. Ross H. W. Firestone ...R. L. Phillips .....A. C. Perry L. Morgan ....R. C. Siggins .... P. C. Deemer . . . . .Roy Morclereau 3 Y. M. C. A. V CABINET President. ........ . ..P. B. Schiaffner Vice-President .... ...I-I. M. Fisliel Secretary ..... .... S . L. Maxwell Treasurer. . . . . ..J. H. Broadbent Clluirlm-n of Crmnnittvvs. I Bible Study. . . . .... W. A. Swick Missions ....... J. Nelson Fall Cnnipaign ..... C. Cravner Social and Music .... ...L. M. Hickernell Neighborhood Work. . . . . .CL T. Hamaker I 30 Y. W. C. A. President ..... Vice-Presiclenit Secretary ..... 'l.'reasurer. . . . Finance ...... Social ..... Nominating. . . Music ........ Bible Study. . . Inter-Collegiate .... Meinhership . . . Missionary .... CABINET Committees. Religious Meetings. . . . . . . . . . . .Ethel Mills .Laura Bethune . . . .Bernice Hatch . . Hazel Bullock . . .Grace Miller ..I-Iazel Bullock . . . .Lenore Lytle . . ..Grace Thomas . . . . . . . .Maud Pratt 131 Margaret Beebe May McKinney . . .Laura Bethune . . . . ..Una Duffy THE CAMPUS Editor-in-Chief. Associate Editor Athletic Editor. Literary Editor. Society Editor. . Local Editor. . . Alumni lilitor. . Exchange Editor Cartoonist ........ Prep. Editor. . . Manager. . . .J H. K. Dennis, 'P A 9 . . . . .I. R. Keistcr, fl, K NI' XV. L. Stidger, KI' A G . .. .......... C. F. Lewis, A T A . .... Katherine Illingworth, K A 0 N. Gould P. McDonald, 'IP K YI' . . . . . . . . .R. P. Andrews, GJ A 'I' George H. Ruhling A. Alles M. Giesey, CIP A 0 6 if I! 42 132 LITERARY MONTHLY liditor-in-Chief ................... Cliarles F. Lewis, A T A Editors. ' W. Aiken M:u'g'zu'et H. Beehe J. R. Kcister Business Manager ................... XV. lf. FC1'l'Zlii, bl A E THE FORUM Under the efiicient direction off Professor' Brown the Forum promotes interest in debate and public aclclress. A speaker presides over each succeeding meeting. ggi? J. 5 STUDENTSQ MANUAL Editors. Florence M. Grauel H. K. Mulmgers. R. E. Boyd A. J. QUILL CLUB Dennis Nelson President ..... .................... . Otto 1-I. I-Iouser Secretary ..... . . . . . ..... Florence M. Grauel 'F1'CZISL1l'C1' ..... ..... ................. M z iry Nichols Exccuilvc Cmmnititcc. Dr. F. C. Lockwood O. H. Houser Dr. E. A. Smith Mary Nichols Florence M. Granel Members-Honorury. Dr. E. A. Smith Miss Spalding Dr. F. C. Lockwool Miss Rowley Prof. L. R. Brown Miss Adzuns F. L. LaBounty Members-Elected. W. J. Aiken Miss Wfhecling Miss Margaret Beebe Miss NVatson XV. G. Fixel A. D. P. Miller Miss Grauel Miss Vosburg O. H. Houser Miss Nellie Czunpbell Miss Lyon Miss Murray Miss Mills A. J. Nelson I Miss Nichols R. R. Russell L. VV. Sherwin S. L. Maxwell R. R. Lamb Editors und Mamugers. H. K. Dennis F. E. Slcellie I. R. Keister A. D. Andrews VV. L. Stidger C. P. McDonald C. F. Lewis , I-I. N. Gould E. M. Giesey W. F.. Ferrall P. C. Deenier 134 CLASSICAL CLUB Ollicers. Richard B. Czlllalizm ........ Clmirl Miss XfVynoua Baker. .. Mae Hart ........ .. Members. R. l'arker Andrews G. C. Andrews NV111. Aiken Vfynonzt Baker Mz11'gz11'ct Becbc Howarcl Brozullxent Ricliarcl B. Callulizm jane Dermitt Wfztlmitzt Dzmforrl Dr. WY A. Elliott Edith Fugate May Hart Ira D. Hyskell Charles NV. Iolmson Jolm R. Keister uzm Executive Committee . . . . . . ..lJClCg'2llC-Ztt-LZll'g'C . . . .Secretary-Treasurer lfrzuicis I... L21 Bounty . Leroy I. Lord May Mcliimiey Nvllllillll L. Mcliilmey Arthur D. P. Miller Joseph D. Piper P1'of. C. lf. Ross Perry B. Sclmffiicr Louis XV. Sherwin Verna Smith Robert C. Stockclzlle Alice M. Striclclzlucl Robbins N. Taylor Grace Tliomas Donald S. Tliomzts Xvlllllllll E. iiilllillllfls lfll L.-5 7 f N gi " , . s QQ v 135 SCIENTIFIC CLUB Miss Edson Dr. Breed Dr. Akers Dr. Ling Profl Lee H. M. Sheetz, M. D. Miss Sowash Miss Greene XVni. Millwarcl P. l7. Parsons C. O. Peters Mr. Clulow S. G. McNees Miss Beatty Miss Neale Miss Hammett H. M. Gould L. M. Hickernell Miss Bullock M. I. Lick Miss Nichols C. Elkins Mr. Swick B. F. Cousins C. XV. Burcharcl Miss Houghton Miss XVhite Miss Danford Miss Edson Society of Applied Science. E. G. Simonton .............................. .Secretary C. S. Fullerton. . . ........................ Treasurer Membership. F. G. Smith, '08 VV. T. Dutton O. P. Akers M. E. Doane, '07 I-I. M. Nelson, '08 R. XV. Anderson, '08 Essex Pennian, 'Io C. S. Fulle1'ton, '08 NV. A. Cappeau, '08 li. A. Irvine, '08 A. VVilkinson, '10 R. A. Cole, '09 H. H. Stanley, '08 Geo. I-I. Ruhling, 'Io R. L. Phillips, '10 T. C. Flaugh, '08 A. M. Campbell, '10 1 Chas. J. Ling Karl Miller, '08 I-I. D. Carpenter, '09 C. E. Smock, '11 Lee Benedict, '09 R. M. Ginn, '08 C. I-I. Marcey, '10 Harry G. Riblet, '09 Wfeldon Grant, 'II C. R. Adsit, '11 Arthur A. Swanson F. G. Simonton, 'II C. C. Grant, 'II ALUMNI ASSOCIATIONS Pittsburg Alumni Association h I'1'esident ..................... Hon. S0l0m0n Schoyer, Jr. Secretary and 'l'reasurer .............. Mrs. jolm A. NV00d Approximate membership, 200. New York Alumni Association President ..................,. . ...... Miss Icla M. Tarbell Secretary and Treasurer ................ Mr. lf. IE. Proper Approximate membersliip, 100. Chicago Alumni Association President ................ judge Nicholas E. VV0rthiugton Secretary and 'l'reasurer ............ Mr. Harry D. Plumber Approximate membership, 100. Jamestown Alumni Association President ............. .... N Varren F. Wilcox Vice-President .......... ..... I lay F. Pickarcl Secretary and Treasurer. . . .... Floyd L. Darrow ? 137 A THOBURN CL UB S 'T Q- f X W lf dx ll Q xx X.. N lm l .Q . ", K . fl - I "W l x ' ,. .. Sl 4:.fSl-:..5.g:xs'a, 48 " ' -3 lS-.'t ?' -- President .... ..... R . B. Callahan Secretary . . . ........ . . . VVilliam Thomas Members. I Dr. C. M. Cobern NV. G. Cole R. P. Andrews Bert Scott R. VV. Planuette XV. L. Morgan Louis VV. Sherwin G. N. Hubbard VV111. Millwarcl bl. L. Grancley H. M. Fishcl VV. G. NVi1ley 138 Dr. VV. H. Crawford Dr. F. C. Lockwood Charles T. Greer Charles A. Hartung P. B. Schaffner G. I-I. Clulow Richard B. Callahan W. L. Sticlger J. L. Frampton H. R. Harper BANQUETS PAN-HEAVENLY Saegertowu lim, May 23. Toastmaster, Jessie Williams, K A 0 "Forwarcl! Greeks". . . ......... Julia Heibel, K A C9 Song ........ .... A lphi Chi Omega "Forbiclcleu Sweetsw.. ..... Verna Lauffer, K K 1' "The Powers" ...... ........... L ucy Loane, A X 0 Song ...... . . .Kappa Kappa Gamma T I5 .ll V 0 7' .... . . ........ Bessie Metcalf, K A 0 "Our Banquet Hall". . ...... Carrie Sowash, K K I' Song ................... Kappa Alpha Theta "Mutual Aclmiration Societies". ..... Clara VVheeling, A X 0 PAN-HELLENIC Hotel Rider, Camlariclge Springs, May 6. Toast List. Hugh M. Nelson, 111 K XII, Toastmaster "Fair Allegheny" Song. . . "Rascals" . .... . Song. . . "Arena" ....... Song. . . "Tliorouglibrecls Song. . . "Spirit" ..... Soug ..... "Other Greeks" "Paul Pan! 140 . . . NV. C. Cravuer, 111 K 'I' . . .P. B. Schaffner, 'IJ 1' A ...........1I1A0 HH. D. Carpenter, A T A ............ATA ...VV. 12. Thomas, CIP A GJ O. Peters,EAE . ....... fI'K'I' . . . . . .G. S. Criswell, K 2 Pau!" TEUTONIC Springs Hotel, Saegertown, May 7. VV. L. McKinney, Toastmaster "The Lion and the Mouseu .............. D. S. Thomas, '08 Selection .................. . . .. Teutonic Quartet "The New Era in Allegheny". . . ......... C. VV. Elkin, ,OQ "Bones of Timothy" ........... ..... I iarley N. Gould, 'Io "The Dollars of Our Daddies" .... ..... N l. A. DeVitis, 31 I Selection .................. . . Teutonic Quartet "Solitary Blesseclnessu .... ...... J . R. Rosselle WASHINGTON'S BIRTHDAY College Gymnasium, Saturday Evening, February 22. Toastmaster, Prof. lf. E. Matteson, 'oo. "Ashes of Georgeu .... ..... KG U Lambs ......... "Lions', .......... How Can I Leave Impersonations .... "Goblins" ........ "Hew and Hack". li . . . .Dr. W. A. Elliott . . . . . .R. R. Russell, '08 . . . . . . . . . . .Miss Mary G. Nichols Thee" . . . . . .Glee Club Quartet ..........VV.E.Thomas "Allegheny Forever". . . Allegheny Hymn. . . . . ..Mr. Bert Scott, '10 Miss Florence Grauel, '08 I I T I i . .Pres W. H. Crawford THE MINSTRELS March .................................... Chambers Grand Opening Overture, "On the Campus". . . . . . .VVitmark Synopsis. College Cry, Funiculi The Chapel, Lauterbach, Soldier's Fare- well, Bring Back My ltonnv to Me, Upidee, Juanita, Good Bye, My Lover, Good live, Three Crows, Bingo, l've Lost My Doggy, One Wide River to Cross, Good Night Ladies, Nlerrily We Roll Along, Won't Go Hime Until Morning, Auld Lang Syne. End Song ............................ .... J. L. Miner. "My Dear". . .............. . . UE. R. Ball M. Lick. "Down ln the Depths" .................... XV. C. Kreusch L. M. Hickcrncll. "Handle Me With Care" ............ ...jean Schwartz L. XV. Sherwin. "And They Say He NVent to College". . ..... S. Furth R. B. Drum. "Freshen Up the Label" .............. . . .Triangle Club F.. P. Campbell. "Dixie Dan" . . ................. . .. Marks R. R. Russell. "Molly Malone". . ............... . . .Triangle Club XV. G. Over. OLIO. "Traum Der Sennerinu ................... . . . Labitsky Flute and Violin Duet. R. L. Phillips and R. R. Ross. Monologue ............................. . . Drake VV. IZ. Thomas. Plantation Dancing ................... . ..... . . . J. C. Cochran and R. J. George. Rube Act .................................. Hornstein Charles Hornstein. Quartet ............ ...................... H . W. Smith Lick, Russell, Thomas, Hickernell. Finale, "Allegheny Song" ................... Freeman, '03 Chorus. End Men-Russell, Sherwin, Gahan, Miner. Interlocuto1'-Stidger. THE PREPS PREPARATORY FACULTY XVM. lfl. CNXXVFOIQD, llll, l.L.D. P1'1'.s'1'tl'c'l1 f. S. B. CHURCHILL, A. B. l'r1'nt'1'p11l. A. B. Brown University, 18963 In- structor i11 Latin, lrVlll11lllgtOll Confer- e11ee Acacleniy, 1896-'98, University Gottington, l898'l99i Vice-Principal Honesclale High School, 1899-19075 present position, 1907. R. TCLMIER l'lENDERSllO'l', M. S. lzzstruvtor in Mtzllzvitzutzrs and Scitvlcv. B. S., Wesleyan University, 1894: MS., ilmitl, 1896g superintencleut of Pub- lic Schools, Mzitawnn, N. J., 1886-18925 Instructor i11 Matlleinzttics :tncl Science, Pittsburg Acztcleiny, 1896-'98, present position, 1901. 144 gm. - ROBBINS N. TAYLOR. KD B K ll1s11'114'lm' in ffl'l'1'A'. A. B., Allegheny College, IQ021 Assistant Prillcipal Xlz11'ionx'illc lligh School, 1002-jg lnstrnctor Grcck Allegheny Prup, School, 1903--4: A. lVl'., Allcghcny, 1904: llnrvzxrcl Grzuluzltc School, 190.4-053 A. M. Ilarvzuwl, 19055 present poN sition, IQOS. F. L. .Y 142. 99" my -I, .' KATHERINE M. ADAMS. fIJ B K, K A GJ Inslruftor in Germalz. A. B., Alleghcny,19o7g present position, 1907. LA BOUNTY. CID B K. KID K XII lu.vlruz'tr1l' in Euglixll. A. B. 145 -4 Photo. by Fowler. PREPARATORY SCHOOL REGISTER OF STUDENTS Fourth 14l0l'llI Alles, Oliver XVayne .... .... Baum, Chester Allen. . . . Beckwith, Andrew Jay. . . Cousins, Esther ......... Gerdon, Helen ............ Hamaker, Edward MeVieker. . . Hamaker, Reuben .......... Hasely, Charles Clark ...... Hermann, Henry Robert .... Jewell, liarle Karr ......... Leach, XVilliam Hermann. . . Limber, Alfred Edward .... Ling, Elizabeth Pauline. . . Lowing, Harold Dana .... Morrison, Leon Albert... Rea, Albert Alonzo ..... Rossellc, lvan Everett. . . Seholton, Ross 'lay ....... Stratton, Shubael Childs .... Swanson, Arthur Andre. . . . . 'l'hil'd Form. Abbott, VVesley Ernest .... . . . Bird, Frederick Lucien .... Crcsswell, Austin lloyd .... Coleman, Paul M. ..... . Dutton, I-'lelen Maria ...... Fitzgerald, Forest Ralph. . . . . . jordan, Louise T. ............. . Leitzel, lilenry Samuel Howard... Maline, John Francis ........... Meehlin, Fred Joseph ..... Parshall, Ernest Chapin .... Ramsey, lolarry Floyd .... . Shortt, James Davis .... ..... 147 . .Braddock . . . . . .Franklin . . . .Ashtabula, O. . . . . . . .Hadley . . . .Meadville . . . . .Meadville . . .Freeport, L. I. . . .New Castle . . .Saegertown . .Kinsman, O. Belmont, N. Y. . . . . .Meadville . . .Meziclville . . .Linesville . . . . . .Erie . . . . .Linesvillc . . .Union City . . . .Bear Lake . . . . .Linesville akewood, N. Y. f . .Sugar Grove . . Juniata, Pa. New Bethlehem . . . . .Meaclville . . .Meadville . . .Meadville . . . . .Mcadville . . . . .Braddock Youngstown, O. . . . .Grove City .,.. . . ...... Li ie . .... Renfrew . . Sugar Grove Smith, Robert Harris ....... Townsend, Stewart Strickler.. lVedderspoon, Richard Gibson .... W'eston, XVilliam Howard ..,. Second iF0l'llI. Bodenhorn, Oscar Henry ,..... Cousins, NVilliam Frederick. . . Cook, Ralph Alexander .... Crawford, Lucy Pearl. . . Croasmun, Max Neale ..... Cullum, Rudolph Lutgen .... Critchlow, Robert Franklin .. Dermitt, Helen ............ Diener, Jacob Mann ....... Garvin, Wfilliam Freeman. . . George, Donald Ford ..... Hinckley, Cordon liarle. . . Manning, John .......... McCallie, Audley Purcell .... Peiffer, Forest Dale ......... Peterman, Leona Beatrice ..... Peck, James Blaine ......... Philips, Leland ........... Schemerhorn, VVilliam Levi.. Sleppy, David Ray ....... Smith, Lottie Vildena .... Smith, Rachel Eleanor. . . Southworth, Constant .. Spear, Williaiii Henry .... Schmidt, Isaac Waltoii .... VValker, VVilliard ..,..... Wallace, Florella Alberta .... Walla, Lyman ............. Weave1', joseph Frederick. . . Weizel, Carl Lovis ...... . .. 148 . . .Brookwayville . . . .Perryopolis . . . .l"ittsburg' . . . .Gallitzin New Bethlehem ..... . .Hadley . . . .Nebraska . . . .Meadville . . . . .Redclyffe . . . .Meadville . . . .Prospect . . . Stoneboro . . . .Saegertown . . .McKeesport . . . .Saegertown . . .johnsonburg . . . . .Meadville KV. Springfield . . .Mill Village . . . .Cochranton . .Grand Valley . . .Sheakleyville . .Conneautville .. .... Allegheny . . . .Guys Mills . . . .Meadville .I . .Meadville . . . .Cochranton . . . . . .Crafton . . . .Cochranton . . . .Karns City . . .Venango . . . .Tionesta . . . .Meadville First Form. Allan, Isaac Elmer ........... Burxvell, Sidney ........ . Campman, F orcst William. Cobern, Ernestine ....... Cobern, lvliriam .. . Croxall, Jabez .......... Davis, Hugh Nesbit ...... Donaldson, Clyde Harrison Dulahon, George Mclray.. Evans, Donald ........ Ferrell, Thomas XVilson. . . Frost, George ........... Greer, 'l'homas Kennedy.. Hewitt, Claude Peter ..... 1-lighlield, Harry ..... . lrvin, Katharine ....... Johnson, XVard Slocum... Jones, XVilliam Henry. . . Krause, Julius Augustus. . . Lay, Chung Yuen ...... Lindhurg, Paul. . . Lynch, Harry ...... . . . Lytle, David Ray ........ Mulfinger, Carl Leonard McDowell, Harold Ritchie. McQuiston, Leo ........... Nichols, Sibley Dixon .. . Nicodemus, James Blair. . . Perry, Homer Frank ..... Parsons, VVi1liard D. .. . . Sanford, Frances lvleredith Sayers, Vance Wfilcox .... Scott, John, Jr. ....... . Shore, Edwin Pearson .... Sperry, Leo Marcus. . . Silva, Raphael ....... Smock, Jessie' Bernice ..... Thomas, Ralph Evan ..... XVauffaman, Arthur Rankin ...... .. b . . .Meadvillc . .. ..... Meadville . .West Middlesex . . .Meadvillc . . .Meadville . . .Crancsville . ..Meadvillc . . . . .Sharon . . . . .Pittslmrg . . . . . . .Meadvillc . . . Urichsville, O. F ric . . . .Stonclmoro . . .liradford . . . .Franklin . . .Meadville . ..Meadville . . . . . . .Braddock ..........Butler .XVuchang, China .West Homestead . . . . . . .Port Vue . . . .Clentonvillc . . . .Meadville . . . .Franklin . . .Meadvillc . . .Meadville . . .Pittsburg . . . . . .Pittsburg . . . .Saegertown . . .Meadvillc . . . .Franklin . . .Edinboro . . . . . . .Crafton . . .Crossingvillc .......Cuba . . . . . . .Meadvillc Meadvillc -I i.-Sm-itliton, VV. Va. Unclulssificd. McVVilliams, Mildred ........... . . .Pittsburg SUMMARY. Fourth Form . . . ........ V. . . . 20 'l'l1ird Form .. . I7 Second Form .. . . . 30 First Form .... .. 39 Unclassified . . . I Total .. ...1o7 THE PREPTONIAN R. L. Cullum ............ ...... . . Hlfclitor-in-Cl1icf Audley P. McCallie. .. .......... Literary Editor lflizalueth Ling ...... . . .Assistant Literary Editor liruestine Coberu .... ..,........ . Local Editor John F. Maliue .... ...... 1 Xtlmletic Editor R. I, Scholton. . . . . .liusiuess Manager 9 W Vw swg. .ff . , xununnvgwl A .wi 51-HA J J u fr! 41" 150 FOOT BALL . A 4 'O W. H. jones. . . . . ..Cz1ptz1i11 H. D. Lowing .... ..,. N Izmager Clyde Braymer .... ................... . Coach I. D. Shortt, 1'. C. S. S. Twwllscllcl, I. 11. A. P. McCallie, r. t. W. IE. Abbott. 'f. Im. O. H. Bodenlmorn, 1'. ga F. L. Bird, 1. g. H. S. Leitzel, c. M. N. Cmasmun, I. e. R. H. Smith, 1. g. D. R. George, r. 0. P. A. Cook, l. t. D. R. Sleppy, I. 11. D. R. Lytle, l. e. H. F. Ramsey, r. t. F. W. Campmzm, 1: h. R. G. Wcclclerspofm, f. lv. J. F. Maline, Asst. Mgr. 151 BASKET BALL S. C. Stratton A. B. Creswell . . . R. N. Taylor ,... The Team. F. R. Fitzgelnld, f. T. K. Greer, Paul Lindberg, c. VV. H. Jones, F. XV. CZl1UP1T1Z1l'I, gt H. D. Lowing, 5 N. C1'OZIS11llll'l, f. 152 . . . . ..Cz1pt:1in lVlzu1z1gcr . . . Couch BASE BALL M. N. Croasmun. . . . . .Captain W. XVa1ker. . . . ..Manager The Team. W. E. Abbott, c. M. N. Croasman, 3rd. F. W. Calnpman, p. S. C. Stratton, nl. f. I. D. Shortt, lst. Sperry, 1. f. S. S. Townsend, 21141. IQ1'Ol1SC,f-f- F. Fitzgelulcl, s. S. P. Lindberg, sub. Coleman, sub. 1 5 3 A yy" Q -cf? f f HI " f Hu' AJ illllllll pilfc-S gf jg! X K5 M fl ing' W ffwlfm.. ww ll 1 rn A o I 7 f' -30:-".9 Q ' W- . Af x THE PHILISTINE OF ALLEGHENY COLLEGE H A PERIODICAL OF PROTEST 3 And Earnest Whole-Souled Comment-Heart-to-Heart Chats qf the Editor With His Flock E7 OMR of yr u people who slipped into college when the 1 1: i . g - registrar was not looking, base the greatness of your ,mmm alma mater upon the fact that one guy, Morrison XfVallcer, to- gain private ends, went mad and wrote a rather interesting promulgation of his philosophy as to the 1'espective merits of large and small colleges and universities. Get your ears out of your eyes. Let the "Master light of all your seeing," if you have any, llood your befogged sun flower intellects with the truth that our flUt'g'flCIIy is grant I1vm11.v1' .vlzc is Allcglzmzy, the college we and hundreds of loyal men and women love. Yus Lovic, because her name is cut deep in the everlasting granite of things worth while, because she has proven her greatness in a century of achievement and useful- ness. Men and institutions are great because of their pasts, their presents, their future. Then worship on your knees our Queen Mother-Fair Allegheny. Great men in all ages have stood alone "when others have tumbled noisily else whitherfl A man worth while does not depend -on his friends or his faction. The world admires a man who succeeds with all these, but the same world wor- ships a man who "gets there in spite of hell" in midnight loneliness. Cliquishness is but the relined expression of pro- vinciality. People who haven't much capital usually combine, for the purpose of making at least a cloudy day showing. All this is convenient and pleasant and even admirable some- times, but out of place in a democratic American college. Stand alone and prove yourself, meet your fellows as men and women, and clonlt judge the man or the woman by the frat 156 pin on his or her breast. Some of you have come down here from Nowhere, and been the chief Nobody in your village. Promoted to a slight social distinction you draw a narrowing shell of exclusiveness about you. Remember that Abraham Lincoln, and a thousand more of the world's God-like men wore cowhide boots. Above all keep your family tree out of sight. To-morrow see what you can do to make somebody happy. . We have conversed with our contemporary, the editor of the Kaldron. Lest there be any misunderstanding he does not tell you in his editorial, "this is your book, we have but put the hnishing touches on it: you have made it what it is." On general principles the staff wrote the bo-ok, and they are sort of proud of it. Judging from the extensity and quality of your contribution, O student body, to this voUR. book, the one neces- sary and indispensable commodity of life in college,-grey matter, brain, producing faculty,-you seem to have left back on the farm when you packed your tin playthings and picture boo-ks in your phosphate sacks. Doubtless you have been busy, according to your intelligent interpretation of that ques- tionable word. But this is in passing. The college knocker is the man, having all but the actual ear marks and the hooifs, who minds other people's business and criticises other people's honest efforts, forgetting that his only excuse for having a position in college circles is the size of his father's salary, or attendant circumstances. He brays continually, fancying that people are crediting him with the efficiency of a nightingale. The editor of the Campus is the man wh-o Hunks his classes, edits a paper by dint of much labor and sacrifice, and is reminded by most everybody of the one or tvvo typographi- cal errors in the sheet. Such a man also is the editor of the Lit. The Quill Club is a coterie of the belles lettres aristocracy, organized in cahoots with the Ladies' Society of the Metho- dist church. No one is admitted who does not evince striking 157 literary ability-the ability to write about running brooks and chirping birds, and sit on the front seat in English H. The Scientific Club is a struggling bunch of eo-eds with Cases on the handsome Chem. prof. and a few pickled labora- tory utensils to look on. The college council is a sub-comatose scattering of the re- tired beauty and chivalry of the college, organized for the pur- pose of giving prominence to the hopelessly insignilicant. The man who says "I dare say" is usually the man who wouldn't dare say anything of a man bigger than he, were he mixed up in the fray. The same prof. will usually let 'Fresh- men kid him. A poor thing is a girl who laughs when a man is hurt in a 'foot ball game or hit with a base ball. The Ql,'an llellenic wheel is a co-operative scheme to keep the stragglers fat and happy. A sorority reception is a sort of a college reunion that looks like politics. PHILISTINE HERO ROLL E Being Notes on Some College Notables W FTER much deliberation and intense agonizing heart pangs. accompanied by threatening brain storms and ,,r,-wg a 'full conglomeration of esoterical cogitations the X211-FI' " - . . . . . Philistine llero Committee have awarded the fol- lowing yellow ribbons: MR. Pl2NlVlAN. The Hrst Chero?j on the list is Penman. His has been a heroic career during his entire course so far. First he Went 158 out for foot ball-then he went out for basket ball. All the time he was out for frat. He made the latter. There was some question in the committee as to whether the ribbon ought not to be awarded to the bunch that took him-it looked to the committee as if the heroic work was on their part. At least Penman has Hsticktuitivenessf' which some people lack- then he's good hearted and any girl would envy the teeth bc- hind that smile. There is a class the committee have decided to put all by themselves. These are Rossiter, Ross, XVeidler and Drum. The committee has designated the color of their rib- bons as lavender and their medals as tin. Why do they de- serve medals? Because they were brave enough to come into a Christian college and be real hun' lmys. Its aw ful the way they have acted. lt is said on good authority that every man of them has smoked no less than twenty eubebs a month, and Rossiter was once caught looking into a cigar store window on Chestnut street. Its really scandalous the way they do carry on. None of them hesitate a minute to order claret ice at the soda fountain. Wfondering what made them so brave the committee carefully investigated the history of each man. thinking they surely must have been awful wild before they came to college. MR. ROSSITER. It was found that Rossiter used to be a real live cadet at West Point until he became so reckless that he wouldn't go to the government Sunday school with the rest of the boys-and they do say he tried, just actually fried to be bad, as he had read in Nick Carter that cadets always were- in fact the committee learned that he tried so hard to be wild that the boys at the academy got tired of him and he came to Allegheny. Then he is such a funny fellow-almost humor- ous in fact. He was so funny once in Chapel that he pro- voked a burst of laughter-real hearty laughter, :from several Phi Gams. Now this medal is awarded because we know that no one will deny that Rossiter is a real bad, wild, fast boy. He swore once in a basket ball game. His satellites are Mar- cey, Campbell and Croasman. ,But these latter arenlt quite 159 bad enough to deserve medals, but we do notice that they are trying to be real wild fellows, who come in late at night and act up a lot. Like their ideal and hero from Erie--Rossiter. MR. DRUM. Oh, Drum -P VVell, he gets on the hero roll for having nerve enough, in this enlightened age and in this conservative community, to weai' such an awful lay out of "rags." VVe use that word lIIi'Zfl.SC'lI'I1V'V, too. No use to describe him. It is said that both the red headed woodpecker and the blue jay envy him his outfit. f MR. ROSS. In our investigation we find that Ross lives in a small country town about forty miles from big New York City. His father works in a book shop and once took Robert into the city-it was on Dewey Day, and Ross, Jr., bought a lot of badges and sandwiches. lt is said he ate as many as ten ham sandwiches on that great occasion and while his father was asking directions from a policeman the young scamp bought a box of cigarettes and a bottle of red pop from an Italian. He took these back to the country town and from that time we date his reckless living. Since he has struck Allegheny, he has been an ardent iinitator and admirer of Ros- siter. Ross affects, among ether things, a tuxedo Cfive years out of datej which his father once wore, and a riding suit that used to belong to a circus girl. MR. WEIDLER. Now Weiclle1', in his attempt to be bad, has followed very closely Ross's methods. I-Te is only from Oil City and natur- ally has a feeling of awe for any man who was once in New York. This real live sport spends his summers at Chautauqua and it has been this that effected his downfall, for while there he got into the habit of drinking coco cola and now he simply cannot stop. He takes three glasses every week now and he was one day detected smelling Stewart's bottle of track goo, made of witch hazel and arnica. ' 160 MR. PLANNIETTE. The chief bandit of the lady's men around college. Has recorded a long and successful political career, and attained prominence through his secession actin 1906. One of the variety that Dr. Hamnett once referred to in speaking of the miracles Allegheny has wrought. MISTER MEAD. VVe donlt know where he came from, but from his actions we judge that he must have dropped off a vegetable wagon in early springtime, for he's hoth fresh and green. We should like to designate his actions and general demeanor as rotten, hut we can't quite reconcile that term with his extreme fresh- ness. .ff-"'-9 1,,,Q,,.in. .ig ,, ff'-.-1 494 ' fffi. Xi,'iZXQ' 'lgdyl,.i,glly,'iik ' A" ip54lLlnE'irii,,.'? W' i muah, '13,-1, ,, 'hTyQ, V, rf gil? 2.193 Yr jpjpx sr? .V - is fc.'Qlf,., , ikglfxx'-3 ' ni ' ,A 44 -i il a rg, if ,M f 3-fl 5 aka-z, -,fqwlg , -',.V '- Q- f , 'N .i We f w if' vig:-if Q ,i nfl, NM 'f i - 'rj'-Mfr' Wil, en' t saw A - 'wif '41 -M my , -" y..fllS.Qs it Pu 2, 1,F'-Th' ' Q",-17: "Y-+ili'v,.,-,., ' -an ,w 1 X 4 if ni k gs Cross 'Section of Dr. Smith's Heart. 161 9he .Zfegend of Jleepll ifcllow A 1?lZ7'l'L'--ll! am' l7cj2l'r11'1If1'o1z. J I Inca'-Cf!m'X'7'1f11 ffnff, .f'l!n'N1jf C' 11!lz'g'1'. H Presiclent Crawhsh -"I et u' he cm Jenel ' l . . 5 e it c W1t'I1Jl'ZIyCl'. Di' Muchfumlale will leacl us." '23 f ' C 'R . 5763 3 sir - 'Q :53 r Q W lg 'GL X 1 'LD' xiii , 7 I!! -0 'Z' fi " Mila?-?'Sx -0 .. B uv Q ! tg: I X l X Xlf' Z7 WW N 4 I lT,XA,,H, 1, 1 Q I ff R lfr- f"ll y , l fi-A 'W' ' "" ll 1 l ' lwllf i N F34 Hlllllf l 'ff N J iii W i ' lil' Wig . W "UIQ fir ws'fG.,,f1':, -4 ...J ik' .-- i --6 f--f- iq., f u llllg ME W WE lllllllllllll Hwll lllg CMllCllflll1llJlC praysf All remain Silent for Several mini- utes. Cl'ElWIrlSl1 grmvs uneasy and shnllles his feet noisily, mut- tering "Rep1'el1ensilJle.l'D CLoolcgoocl mnrmins with a sententiuns winged intona- tionj "He leads us hy paths that we know not." fPl'OfCSSO1' Mit falls asleep, and mnmlniles loucllyj "Oh Lord, our heavenly father." 1.62 fliuttinj "Shutup-lirnie, old horse, he Cllllil last much longer. Here have some of the weed." QlVlit helps himself under the table.j CMuehfumble stops, and breathes stertoriously for several minutes. D CCrawIishj "Lemuel Bowne! '-- the boy, he's asleep againf " fliowne sleepilyj "lf dreamed one of my cows, that is hens, F an i l .1 Xl- ,. mf ,' i ue , -, c I+ 10 " 4131533 'Q-7411, iff? bln V wx' N' ml' rf'-J. . V.-X A Kg 02' f Utffg, ii A 5 'Q 27: l 'ki me 2 14 ,ly 1 g. . .- , '42 'Z E iill' ilu ugh iff- IQ,,,...-i, fl, v ig , xllylalu, Mfg Z-1 iltl f jfugr, ,ff-vw' . gl K, 1 ,glmilff ig, nouns" 'VF i :L V 1 I ms Punst' 1' r i f ' '- in-yvn . E, I , fl V. .X - l!Q??qfn?fA, . .,,..:.2 .. l.. laid a golden egg and I ah, ah, I pawned the fruit at the book store and was about to Give the mone to the colle e." I . is Y g CM1t, sleeping agamj "Oh Lord, our heavenly father." CCrawiishj "T1iat,s right Lemuel. You shall come into your reward some day." Bowne aside, dubionsl f "l don't believe him." 3 Sloburn, sleeuil , "Amen" l Y fCrawfishj "XVhat do you mean ?" fSloburnj "If the members of the church so desire." QDingj "Ah, go on." 163 CSloburnj "Not at all, not at all. CAsidej Did you ob- serve my strategy PM QCrawfishj "What have we before us to-day, Lemuel." Cliownej "These bills, sir." fC1'ZlXVlClSllD "Lay them on the tablef, Bowne does so, placing' a number of dangerous looking documents before Crawfish. fCrawlish reddens and snorts apopleptieally.j "Put 'em out. l am talking in figures." QBowne, tremnlously,j Ah, these figures tall: too. They Al C " 1 l fa' 4 u, fr ' .1 Q ,l 'Ne' 'Q A f ra ' if have been due two years. Now it is unjust, unnecessary and un U CCrawnshj "Lemuel !" QBowne, diving' under the table, and destroying the bills.j "Lemme he." QYellot, paeifically,j 'WVC have not expelled a student all year." fPresident Crawhshj That reminds me. R. P. Andrews was not singing in chapel the other day." fMiss Wfonderlancl, hastily,j "O, that's all right." 164 fChorusj Hllxpei him, Ere him." fLookgoodj "Eliminate him." QPresident Crawhshj "Noi ! ! QSilence.j ' fYellotj "VVhynot?,' CP. CJ "I-Ie's a good student." QMossj 'KI-Iere are his 1nzn'ks." CReadsj 25, 28, 30, 31. CP. C. reddensj "Yes, but he is zi good Christian young ! J! man." 'FY .,4-.X , f "JW A7-F 'wQ .. .1 y V. - f " X ,aw ' ' 1 35:54, . , i i an , .f if Xi" Kiwi! ,ib aifvf i 4f X' WM"i937'Tv7"' 1 c 4 Q IM' 'V i Aim fig! "Q"-af ,i f if f fx Q'-Qi' M. ,'.'-,af,gf,,'11L'ig'.k' ' .1 i V , .wrrfri lf gl X will . v:q.':,:?yVWQ T , l H Nl. ! . 4 ui gfn-. fQ..:1Iwv ifq. , J. Irwivww F .gyif l ,,:9'Qw.1,f3:1A I N ,Nl Q i i 'i"' Vi' i 0' .-.7 ' fri f s ii 'ff W' i if ' ' ' i' -fjl., - 3 my-"' My-. "Q- .MTZ4 NI ly n,1-53,3 ' i' ii id ?i 2wf"f 0 'Jw Y f f dw?-W , i ii f 'ff if: Mmm fiiiikiii -' ,W wh ff- "eb 25.554-"ovsrM a r, fif377477i"J"XZ' "LMS CBowne, innoeently,j "And his father is ZL millionaire, toof' CP. C., hnr1'iedly,j "Let us proceed. Gentlemen of the censorship committee, QYeilot, Lookgood and Mt. Union look startledj how much of th Kaldron did you sacrihee in my absence Pi' Clgookgoodj "We protected you, sir." CI-Iiskull, aside,j "I dare say." QYellotj "Of course, we were appointed to act, and we had to cut out something." 165 CP. CQ "Certainly, certainly. Xxlllllt else have we ?" fThe Deanj "There are too many of what you Ainericans call 'casesl in college. lt is really clistressing. The young ladies have too many privileges." CP. C.j "DoulJtless, who are the worst offenders Pl' QDeanj 'WVell, there isn't much to chose between Mr. Colter :Incl Mir. Miller. M11 lj2Ll'l'Ot Miller, you know, I think they call him. Then Mr. l.'e1'1'y :incl Mr. .llurt Colne next. nLe.,1.f,.., They are so clistressingly frequent, clon't you know. Then there's Szunlny--lVl1'. Maxwell, :incl Mr. iBl'OZ1flSt01'lC--Cjll clear, what shall I do-it is clreaclfnlf' QHislcullj "I dare snyf, fMiss vVO11flC1'lZlllCl, czuisticzlllyj "Do you P" CP. CQ "Now, girls!" CD12 Bedj "Biological insztnityg treatment, isolation, training-" QP. CJ "XVe have long confronted just this difficulty. W'e must have a credential rnle. Twelve tcspectzlhle citizens must 166 I furnish eertihezite of eliztrnetei' for Z1 ynnng' man helore he will he perniitterl to consort with our young' women. Snch meas- nieztsnres are in keeping with modern ideas. If there is nothing' else-" fl'mf. Lnrmlcg'onclj "'.l'he stnclents in my classes have a clearly clelinecl, iinishecl, clevelupecl hzthit of refusing me at- tention-U ,,, ...iv fx, X QE-?'Gol'Ai:rv,f, Fiji dll Wit., " QP. CQ "Dry up, l.onlcguml. With Miss XVOIlilCl'lZll'lll you will clrztw up the ereclentiztl rule. Tliat's all." QAII leave except Lmolcgnotl :incl Miss XVonclerlancl.j CLoolcgoorl, blowing' zthsent-mincleclly at eleetrie hulh "Out, ont, hrief ez1nclle."j CCIIRTAINQ 167 .ii S , fi f- .: m"'b- QW? Q Xia Hg Q JG -----. , fl ' NIQZY' ,I I, ' xx WHL "n 5 . 51541, ,kj x V.. -X . N zkl fun 41 -5, IL, V1 'ky K" G- .15 ' r M , 1. 6 1 , I '- X 9 W ' V f . 'W ME?-if , f f' - 4.4 A Y lx .5I.5avsr an I .,- - -JJ! f4,77f,g,ng49,?,. 0 A "Pa ,1lI1' Q'ff7 l177,Jli M f - nf + ' Q X u o 4 N X m S e oy N f' I 11 1 ., M ' , ll 3nr11111...z22qQ' M 9' xNot a 'fi Ba-a-a. Wire SC ggerel ennela A tall young' lady named Fitch, Heard a loud snoring at which She took off her hat And found that her rata: Had fallen asleep at the rltswitch. vegetable. XVhen I'm oppressed and campused And my lot is sad and drear, Instead of sympathy and love My lfleftyl' drops no tqar. He quickly hunts him up a girl And falls in love fortliwitli, Alas 'I fear my l"lefty's heart ls nothing hut a seive. -lfrom Miss Murray's Craig' used to wear a smile abroad, llut now around the town, lle goes so sort of mournful likefk For Mag'g'ie's turned him down. z that ain't sof' Miss Mill's a demure little maid, Ever so solemn and staid, If you want to rouse her Make mention of I-Iouser, And her cheeks 'el Dye just a shade. 169 Notebook A certain gay prof. named Guy W' as aught but distressingly shy, And all of his classes Are filled up with lasses, I wonder, can you tell me why? A lanky long legged Tom Loved a petite little Dust, When Dust whispered low, :kQuoth Tom: "By Grab I mnstf' "'Refer 9fThat's to Colter for Snowdrift Episode. There was a young lady named Bash, Kind hearted, resourceful and rash, In Hgure quite slight, In mind vcry bright, Pratt on her worked a mash. A popular belle named Rist, Had many a man on her list, She bewitchingly smiled, And finally lnegniled Us not to rhyme her "little Est." Skellie was a lady's lad, VV ho often strolled with Miss McLean And swears a case he never had, But swears and swears in vain. Neath the shading parasol Boyd drew his Caroline, Forgot, alas, the game of ball, Wliile all aroun'd the tl'son did shine. him. 170 A girl of girls, one 1nost rare, Neat of figure and fair of hair, Yea tresses as fair as the Angels of Old by J In distant ages by Gregory told, Phi Psi, Phi Gains, Phi Delts, all would have her Y 3 g ll m , tl l ttle Mis Lauffei ou ve ffuessec ier na e i's i ' .' s . '. Greendale, Campus, every place, Fuzzy Gahan and Louise Chase, Sunday and weekday, quarry and 1'avine, Chase'n Gahan they're always seen. Her name was Bess, his was Tad, A lonely lass, a lonely lad, 'Each the other hastes to meet Down along their evening beat. lCI've been visitin' several days Down to Oil City, where sister Mary stays, 1've got the hives an' a new straw hat, And lfm comin, baelc to college, where my beau lives at. 9fApologies to the following persons: james NVhitcomb Riley, Samuel LaVerne Maxwell, Miss Mary Gertrude Nichols. l Howard Marcey his love doth stake At the shrine of fair Matilda Drake, Matildais soul is full content, Shrincd in his environment. -VVith apologies to Henry W'adsworth Cupid. A Phi Delt fusser named Harris VVas heard to exclaim "Oh Shaw, Me it don't embarrass," This Harvest of the Straw." -VVith apologies to "Bringing In the Sheavesf' 171 A winsonie girl, with rufiies Huffy, XVas the victim of an unscrupulous sh'upe1 This ll1C1'1UZ1iCi,S name was Duffy, The lohster's name was Harper. VVC thought her sun long had set Neath the clouds of vain regret, Across the heavens canie her lot, In the person of handsome Cot. Here the dog'g'ereI's tale has wagg Here our poct's fancy Iaggedif' 'If'l'1l1f: 'l'A1.1a END. 7 'af j ,gi ., iii J 'ff , i ,N wi V 4, -7 i' ,. i s ' ill! ix 1:3 ' VQQXXCQZI If N if f " 'il ,f I X Q :Q- ' fr , 'f NX. . 5" if f--so ev .. .N K N it -lf 'Y f il 't 12 i if 1 - W Y if ' ' ' Ap I- mc' 172 ed ,, L3 W. -bak. 'Q I L .Vkree eaks I. W. Gang Fixel XVe hate to include ".l3ill,,' but we feel that it must be done. The very personitication of ambition, but it's too self centered., I-Ias not realized the essential principle that to find one's life one must first lose it. XVe like "Bill' and we rejoice at the thought of his possibilities, but hate to see a man who was cut out for a pilot on the main directing the maneuvers of a tub in a little water puddle. Be big, "Bill.H Get a vision. II. R. Empty Miller Known as "Polly" for obvious reasons, once came to Mead- ville with Benny, his big brother, and noting the need of broad minded, able men, stayed in college, with a missionary spirit in his heart. A peevish, sickly youth, who ought to he in short pants. It highly magnified, might make one feel that he is sarcastic sometimes. ls fond of standing off and sneering at his hetters, and but for this quality would make an excellent Pullman conductor. Not a had sort if he could get a divorce from himself. Trots around with Miss Edith so much that she has at times been taken 'lor his governess. Still takes paregoric and other manly stimulants. III. R. Rennaissance Russel A man of great promise. Has the genius of a Bunyan and the executive ability of a lIans Mulfinger. Famous for his courageous stand against the faculty last year. Promoted to popularity in college circles hy Blick, but has saving qualities that make us ashamed to class him with Polly. Could do things if he once got started, and has won his spurs under this list because of the things he has left undone. Has a voice like a crow choked with a corncob, and a droll humor that made him the big end of the Minstrel show. Fond of hunting and will spend his last days in a bungalow on the River Nile hum- ming "Mona" lines and whistling Menagerie snatches at Blick. 174 :tn tk r gkree eaks I. W. Lactated Morgan Likes to put himself on a chair and stand otf in wondering admiration, repeating all the while with the most approved 'l'hohurn Cluh intonation, "XVhat hath God wrought." Iliad heen accustomed to heing chief political nahoh in the Epxvorth League somewhere in a little town a few miles out of ,Pitts- hurg and fancies that this 'fact alone should make him a leader. Sometimes is called "BishopU and looks flattered whenever the term is applied. II, W. Ambulance Cappeau "Bill" is a sort of a gift edition of "Polly" Miller. Unlike "Polly," however. he can once in a while open up for a manly. healthy smile. The last year in one or two unguarded mo- ments he has revealed the fact that he has a spark of some- thing that might he developed into a real hrain. l-'las had a great tendency to self-study, and naturally hecame a cynic. A 'few ounces of common sense would cure his cynicism. ls long on engineering political deals and writing editorials concern- ing honor. III. - T. Aereated Colter Tom is a hrother ot the original lemon seed. Comes from one of the "best families" in town, and among the old town folk it is common talk that the line has played out in Tom. He is the supplement to Miss lIayward. ln his most serious moments he is really amusing. lly his mixing in the "best society" he has developed a line of talk like a sewing circle and a laugh like a hicycle pump. ln short, Tom is one of those handy fellows providentially scattered ahout. If you ever get discouraged or sore on yourself take a little look at Tom and you will instinctively offer npr a little prayer ol thanks. And the sad part ol the whole affair is that Tom has the "goods" in him, hut has done too much "empty living." 1,75 Jlmpersonations of reat Wien CVVe are treading upon sacred ground when we step upon the toes of these dignitaries. Grave and reverend they can scarcely be called, unless the former term be given its usual churchyard interpretation. Lest there be any misunderstand- ing. these A1115 upperclassmen and big men.Q J. Cl'juorpoint Morgan, M. Boy QThat this may not be I J mistaken for Mother's Breadj 'f. l . IJ. ..... E. M. Giesey M. Stanley Quake, F. B. M ...... ...... l Qalph C. Siggins Victor Hug-oh, K. I. S... . Thomas Hardly, N. ....... Jules Verdant, G. R. E. E. N. Sir XfValter Shot, H. I. T.. . . A. Conan Spoiled, R. O. T.. . . Ralph VValdo Tryin, N. I. T.. . . Aaron Burnt, H. O. T ...... . . .Thomas Colter . . ."Bill" Cappeau . . . .Bobby Ginn . . . . . . . .Joseph Dover Pratt Cortland Wfhitehead Elkins , , , Percy Campbell . . . .Bob Anderson Lincoln Stiffens, S. O. B. ........ .... ' 'Polly" Miller Hamilton XV. Maybe, R. U. N. John VVantomakit, Y. E. S .... Russell Sag's, N. G. ...... . . ....C. F. Lewis . . . .Rev. McKinney ...........Booze Russel French Creek Splits, S. V. R. ...... Louis Wooclsicle Sherwin 176 'Gourt iamcnd Zfridiron INCIDENTS FROM TUE COURT, FLASIIES FROM THE DIAMOND, AND A FEW 1lOT ONES FROM TUE GRIDIRON. "Two strikes and the bases full". . . .... Miss Rist "Started o-ff with a rush". . . . .Miss Duffy' "A little forward". . . . . .Miss Bash "On the home stretch". . . ...... Miss Grauel "A fouled ball". . . . . . . . .Drum and "Fuzzy" "Wise to the Laffer stroke". . . . . .Sawcly Croaslnun "A squeeze playw. . . ...... . . . . . . .Pratt Put outs" ...... ...Skellie, Miner, Benedict "A drop". . ..... Miss Lytle A hit. . . .... Miss Del-Iaven "One fO1'l11Z'Ll2lO1l,,.. . .... Tom and Dust "A love set". . . . . . .... Jimmie and Louise "A triple play". . .... Miss Henry, Cot, Tax, Etc. "Love forty". . . . .Polly and Miss Fugate "A single". . . . . . ...... .Miss Wliite "D-oubles". . ...... Deemer and Miss Howard 177 9'he evils l Run Angel E very nigl All the boa L ie awake s run, it there's something clone, rd of discipline, ancl hear the din. Da1'li11g Alice has a clue, CMissj Emma fumes and fusses toog Very hard I nnocence to find a trace, on every faceg L ate at night they have their spreads, S eize their victims from their beds. fThe New Quill Clubl Flower-Everlasting. Sorores in Facultate. Miss Emma Miss Alice Miss Hart Prex Ira D. Sorores in Collegio. Mr. Callahan Honorary Sororcs. Pa Morford Timothy Chapter Roll. A. Sing-Sing. B. Polk. T. .County jail. 178 YD.. 9. Zl. Callalm-11 Club Rooms. Motto-"Bend the Knee, not the Elbow. Purpose-"Down W' ith King Alcohol." Song " 'Till We Meet." Colors-"Dry going, wet coiningf' Membership. "Dick" Callahan Sam Rossiter W. L. McKinney C. H. Clarke HBLlStC1',, Brown Tom Colter icMLlt,, Campbell Raymond Drum Dick Baker "Prep" Moore Paul McDonald Corry Jones Fhe wall :fame 9'eople Jing their :foqaltq to Jflma mater Blank Verse. Loud let the sons of Harvard sing, The sons of Eli, too, Long may the la la, te de te dum, For the good old red and la, But in la la te de te dum, Responds from la la, te de te dum, La la la la, te te, dum rum, Thy name, dear Alleghe, VVhe1'e C,61' we stray, La La La La. Dear Alleghe We'll think of thee, Our dear old girl. Cpauseb 179 .Vhe Sfeandal 'Klub Black Hand Chapter Patron Goddess-Medusa Corresponding Scandal Seeker. . . ..... Rena Burnham, Erie Guardian Gnome ............ . . .Mary Maxwell, Oil City MINUTES or 'rim LAST BUsINEss MEETING-3130 A. M. The imps, assembled from their resting places, were.called to council by the Giant Gnome Nichols. T "Ye imps and gnomes, to your chief give ear! There has come to my ear black scandal. A sylph of the upper world, Bess Rist, has broken the chains by which we bound her and this night has joined the student volunteers." Greene Spirit. "Pass the onions." Giant Gnome. Order, ye imps, deadly work must be done this night." Hatch Spirit. "An application came to me from the upper world from one, Mable Beatty, seeking' admission into our mystic circle. Her scandals are good and home made." McLean Spirit. "XVe could not place our colors, black and blue, on her head without incurring' the wrath of the sylphs protecting' her golden halo, therefore, T blackball her.', Giant Gnome. "Dispe1'se ye imps and silently repeat aloud our motto, 'Tempus l7ug'it.' T am getting' scared. I hear noises from the upper world. Don't stub your toe on the dead leaves and wake up the Thoburn Clubl Hustle up, kids! You are acljournedf, 180 9he .vfuburn lfeague Muttu-"Ever Reddy." 12SlZliJiiSilCli Long Ago. I'iiCZlCiiig'i1t-MGX Hickcmcll. . . .Pliillips Illuminators. . . .... Ginn A . ....... Stidgcr . . . . . .Miss Cam Jbell Spams' ' ' ' ' .. . .... Miss Iicmd . ..... Miss Smith ReHectors .... . . .Miss Strickland . . . . .Miss Beatty 9112 'Z0a11 Fheq Yfept Jeore U :Quaa:+ss.v-zscsxmxm -e- xmvauxm., ---'-1-wr"-1-11-. V-'-'-1 v ' ALLEGHENY. OPPONENTS. hall ldhllf Q Mu well xnxx :KM A 'M' ,.1. .A ALLEGHENY OPPO NTS. Mxwell"Li '-Mui' 'JJ' ,di F Bake Kei YI gfYL .BASKET BALI.. Rf Vu' if Q, . 43-1-5-3 xugsu 'X .. BASKET F BALL.. 'I' ' . N is' NWN xv' H N wwwsxxwvxxw- 5 4 'I 1 1 K , X mm x xnxx VAL e 'lf .4 I x WJ.. 4 I i X i 3 Giea rf"- g i i i I W E P i ""I i q ,. .9 I I .,. 5 ij - . 5:3111 1" 4 X mum an 1 i n ear .1 A nu 0 Ai I -i i Gfsexu s" I xl' KI 4 u 3' x Q., K ! 1 - Q uf 1 MARY N1cHo1-s Miss WARD 1 I f - fi 9 i' 0 3 If V . ' 4 yy yi zo 0 , lV! is d an -' r ny: fiiw WH HIV WW 6111 M!! W' M l:rW' B. i hy Q A queer combination of piracy and theology-Abbey. Rivals in mouth the I-Ioosac tunnel, and talks in refined phonographic autioneer brogue-Adsit. Thinks a street car ought to get out of his way-Yost. The Rt. Reverend Willey? and son. Doing his fourth year as freshman--Abe Willcinsoii. A roaring combination of wind, lightning and thunder and earnest whole-souled profanity.--Fugate. ' 1'82 Has the meek and apologetic manner of a tramp asking for a hand-out.-"Dick" Callahan. There seems to be some inconsistency in speaking of this query as a female.-"Eddie,' Crowe. "He was the mildest mannered man that ever scuttled ship or cut a throat.-O. H. Houser. VVhich being interpreted means, "Touch me if you dare." --VVahnita D. This pharisaical fop, this consummate wind jammer, says that at the creation the Lord made men, women, and Harvah- dites. QAnd some people have failed to understand why the Lord repented.j--I. D. Hyskell. "The times have been, that when the brains were out, the man would die."-Meade. His bright ambition is to be a Mormon.-Tom Colter. How can people believe there is no hell when he stalks abroad P--Cravner. His speech is as sophoric as chloroform.-Elkins. Found wandering on the banks of the Styx picking up coal for Pluto at 29 cts. per ton.-Frank Glenroy Smith. Mr. R. C. Siggins, Dear Sir :-The ten dollars fSI0.00D you sent us for your oration is counterfeit. Remit within three days or we must expose you. Hinds and Noble, New York, N. Y. As graceful as a young baobab tree.-Sherwin. His tones are as sweet as a fiddle on a stone wall, or a juvenile tic tac on a shutter.--Harper. 183 Extremely tragic, tragic as a boot jack, graceful as a hedgehog, and "terrible as an army with banners."-"Billy" Cole. As vehement as a mule with a clothespin on his tail, or a short tailed bull in Hy time.-Fixel. His ears were made for use, not looks.-Stetson. A cross between a jackass and a geyser.-Essex Penman. As pious as a second hand sneak thief.-Pratt. Older than Methusalah, yet sweeter than sour milk.- "Harriette" Phillips. Thou art lovely in dccliniuig years.-"F1ossie" Grauel. Traces his ancestry to a coal bucket and a pair of tongs.-- Riblet. "A Paradise of Lies."-The College Catalogue. His face evidences as much intelligence as a waste basket, and his gait is that of a baby elephant.-Burt. Borrowed that melodious bellow from a western swine driver.-Max Hickernell. Does the housework and takes care of the babies.-Vlfilley. Sings like a hog with a bass voice, or a thunder clap riding over a sto-ne wall on Sunday morning.-R. P. Andrews. Should have been a hair dresser or a kitchen scullion.-- Crowe. . Graceful as a red cow on ice.--Tom Colter. A wine bibber.-"Pete" Schaffner. 184 Bortz to Miss Rist: "W'hen are the Kappa Gams going to give a reception, Miss Rist F" "Goes up to Prep school once a week and bids everybody there."-Mclieaters. "His life was gentle, and the elements so mixed in him That Nature might stand up and say to all the world, This was a man.-"Dad" Ling. Rids himself of affluent English like a phonograph suffer- ing from St. Vitus dance. "A regular smooth guy.,'Prof. Edwin Lee. Imagines himself a real bad boy.-"Sawdy" Croasmun. Ably supported by Pratt, Miss Bash plays leading lady in "To Have and To Hold." Wfears the habitual expression of a cat having its tail pulled.-Polly Mille1'. Should adorn a Grecian pedestal among Dr. Elliott's Athenian relics.-Miss Beatty. A lady's man.-Benedict. "Prof, Hyskell, I have heard that up at Harvard the cur- rent saying is Hgreasy grinds get a's, stndent's b's and gentle- 1nen c's.', Mr. Hyskell colors modestly. A Agrees with Dr. Lockwood.-Miss Bullock. Serious as an undertaker, and the kind that counts.- Weeters. De Vitis Cat Hulings, Thanksgiving eveningj: "I don't believe in sororities. There are enough of such things here now. You don't belong to one do you, Miss Duffy ?" 185 The college polygamist.-"Puss" Aiken. Takes himself seriously.-VV. G. Cole. "No haberdasher, hut a blame good O1'Z1tO1'.,,--C1'ZlV1lC1'. "Grace, 'tis a charming sound."-P. C. Deemer. Keeps Polly looking peevisli.-Miss Fugate. "Preacher Mitchell's a sport. Dad's no sport."-Cobern, Ir. It is said that Miss Murray Htempers the wind to the shorn Lambf' "Linked sweetness long drawn out."-Miss Fugate. 'Dix Lockwood.--Any one who has not read Othello has missed one of the rarest literary experiences of his whole career-especially the great crisis where Othello stabs Des- demona. "A perpetual feast of nectared sweetsf'-Miss Danford. "A hapless nightingalefl-Miss Bash. "To-morrow to fresh woods and pastures new."--- "A young and rose lipped cherubim."--Miss Metcalf. Miss Bash.-I must be careful and not take too many hours under Dr. Smith. Mary Green.-VVhy not? Miss Bash.-"T am afraid he will get a case on mef' "Come on fellows, we are stungg let's go homef'-Polly Miller after the Senior-Soph feed. Mary Green.-"Oh, girls, I had a phiz in qysics this morn- ing." 186 Another case of too much Red GinQnj? "Thomas, Paul and Silas and all my other friends are dead."-Dr. Cobern. Wfahnita.-"Lenore, have you any extra liairpinsf' "Does he treat you that way, too?" "Earth holds no other like to theeg or if it doth, in vain for me."-Marcey. "Every inch that is not fool, is rogue.l'--Mclieaters. Prof. Hyskell in Latin II.-"Has nothing a case Pi' Mr. Morgan.-"Do you mean me? No, sirf, Miss Powers in Math.-"I have two more feet than are necessaryf' Dr. Cobern in Psycliology.-''The members of the church have requested that this quiz be postponedf' Mr. Piper explains.--"I have very heavy work-seventeen hours and a girl." ' "The lunatic, the lover and the poet, are of imagination all compact."-Stidger. "None but himself can be his parallelf'-Sherwin. A Lamblike disposition is her Ruhling prerogative - "Sprink" Murray. We wholly approve of Dr. Lockwoodls interest in local option, and are inclined to think that he will be successful in promoting this or any other "fig" issue. "Her eyes are homes of silent prayer."-Miss Mills. "Soul deep eyes of darkest night."-Miss Illingworth. 187 "She walks in triumph thru the night."-Mabel Beatty. Bess M. Cafter a third trialj-"VVell, I don't care, if I can't hit the basket, Tad can-so, it's all in the family." Pres. Crawford.-"VVe do not consider it safe to turn the young ladies loose on the townf' ' "It is not good for a man to be alone."-A. D. P. Miller. "My Grace is sufficient for thee."-Hickernell. One of the Fairy Tales.-Anderson. The Bum joker of F ive I-Iundred.-Lee Landsen Benedict. A burnt offering.-Skellie. Peck's Bad Boy.-Fishel. Quoth the Raven, i6N6VC1'1l1O1'C.,,-MlSS Lenore Lytle. 'Tm afraid to go home in the darkf'-Percy Paul Parsons. The grand old man of the museum.-Millward. Dear Father :- Send me 50 dollars, I'm canned. Beany. Dear Son :- Stay where you are, canned lobster makes me sick. Affectionately, Dad. "I think Pears is the best."-Miss Emery. Gust of wind.-VVilliam Gustaf Pixel. Princess Paganini.-Miss Hammett. "Drink to me only with thine eyes."-Miss McLaughlin. 188 "The rosy lingered dawn upon her headf,-Miss Hep finger. "Hark the herald Angels singf-Grandey. The merry college widow.-Miss Henry. I Otto Houser soon. "The Mills of God grind slowly but they grind Otto Houserf' Arthur Devoe Powell Miller: "VVhat's in a name P" He is-One of the chain gang.-Karl Miller. See Bob Burns' mouse.-Nelson. "Otley Oueyf'--Miss Beebe. "How sad and wonderful to see ' A man with his mouth where his ears ought to be." -Hubbard. Tragic as a rooster in a country bariuyard.-"Dickie" Andrews. "On his peaked head the scanty wool did grow."-C. F. Stewart. - The soul of a toxicated huclcster. Broadbent, in lived happily ever "Tax" Miner, Phi Delt dinner: other girl. He's married. from us.+Ioseph poet, hut the general appearance of an in- -Dr. Cohern. German IV.-The Duch and the Duchess afterwards. escorting Miss Maxwell to Hulings after "Honest, Mary, I llE1VC11,lI a case on that He has troubles of his own. Far be it Marshall Blake. 189 Major Miner of The Young Peoples' Christian Encleavoi Society. , Dabbles in Dr. Lee's H 2 s nectar.--Burchard. Plus grande Cappeau, that is to say, -. Should he on ice.-Cooley. A Flaugh and looks the pa1't. A joy for ever.--Miss Leone McLean. Advance potato agent of the Black Club.-Martin. Out for thc coin.-Maxwell. The Faculty meal ticket.-Buster Brown. A carniverous Deerslayer,-Mould. Duffy's Malt.-Scott. The King's VVard. Looks like an angel sousecl in a molasses ibarrel.--R. P Andrews. A regular hot cross hun.-Miss Baker. Not so Vera Bashful after all. The other royal guard.-Perry. NVhat Diogenes slept in.-Reavley. The Main Sowash of the Kappa Cams. A Neptune of the Preps.-VVilcls. ' Shy and coy and averse to playing cards.-Miss Andrews 190 Miss Hepfinger in Y. XV. C. A.-"VVhen we come to col- lege we lose our home friends and make new ones, but my closest ties are in the Y. M. C. A." "VVhon1 to look at, was to love."-Miss Bond. W'e have seen them hanging by their tails in the zoo- Oscar Minus Brown. CTaike liiilipczzvczyj A man of many mines.--Giesey. One of the Alpha Chi shades.-"Red" Ginn. See's himself as no one else does.-Tom Greer. The Venus .de Milo of the Classical Club.-Miss Hart. Not to be blamed on the great explorer.--H. H. Stanley. A vivitied takeoff on the Classical Club.-Thomas. The heart of Mid-Lothian.-Bill Thomas. "Thou are not ht to hear thyself convinced."-I-Iyskell. "Miller, what is the construction of Fngate ?', "Imperative, sir." Ambles across the campus like a camel in a sand storm. -Riblet. "Oh, Florence, what will we do with those Preps of oursf, Miss Mendel Ccomplacentlyj. "Send them to nie, I will turn them into social adeptsf' Miss Beebe at breakfast.-"Your effffs hard or soft, Miss Beebe? "Howard, please." bb :J 191 Dr. Breed to Biology H.-'61 saw two robins coming' to class this morning." Miss Miller.-"My love is like a red, red rose." Miss Henry fquoting from Sartor Resartus in English V. --"But yesterday and Boney might have stood against the world, to-day none so poor to do him reverencef, Miss McLean fin Elocution IVJ.-"I do not offer myself as a match for any man." Broadbent, enthusiastically-"Shall out upon the shea, O Sip." Dr. Smithl-"They were beheaded and passed out of ex- istencef, From Miss Bashls work on Psychology.-''Vlfords may be substituted for ideas." Prof. Snavely.--"Dire" Miss McLaughlin, will you con- jugate P" ' Dr. Cobern fin Bible HJ.-"Have I hit their own papers with everybody." Alphabet Miller, presenting his card at I-Iulings Hall- smiling-"The Same." "Of course, Miss Mille1', there are some things that are of an intensely personal naturef' "Not around here, sir." 192 Zlnmentioned On the earnest solicitation of the following, we have prom- isecl not to mention: Miss Bess Rist Nl r. Samuel LaVerne Maxwell Miss Ilerniee Hatch Mr. Harry Rihlet Mary Nichols Ruth Kelley Mary McLaughlin Vera Bash Polly Miller Miss Henry Miss Danforcl M iss M iss M iss M iss Arch Perry Tom Colter IQ. R. Russell Miss De Haven Mister Meade XV. G. Fixel Miss Parsons Miss l.anft'er llohhy Ross "lllonc1y" Plannette " Bishop" Morgan "fl'here's Something Rotten in the State of Denmark." 90 .Wervq Meaclville, Pa., june 23l'Cl, 1908. Camclen Memoriter Colmern, D-esperate D-iek, l'rofessor of lrlallncinations, lite., lite., Etc., Allegheny College, Meaclville, l'a. Dear Camden :-- Yon have askerl me to express my opinion of the length of the lessons you assign, lint l linrl that li will have to sencl my opinion hy freight as it is impossihle for me to express it, for the rules of the express companies clo not permit of the trans- portation of explosives or highly inilammable articles as ex- press matter. Yours truly, MONHOOZ SUFFERED. 193 what 9'heq Said .bffter the Zack 'Game 'Gut 1 XV. Gustaf liixel. A "Unrepresentative." Miss Rist. "He said that he woulcln't." Miss Henry. "What in the world will 'Boney say." XV. L. McKinney. "I'm undone," Colter. "I don't care for myself, but oh my Dusty." Maxwell. "T wonder if all that's truef' XVilds. "Not the way we did it last year." Callahan. "More Alleg'heny.'l Cousins. "An unehristian bool: of mites." Bill Cappeau. "lf I'd been editor." Miss Green. "I'm glad now, they didn't use it." Bob Ginn. "5l'hat's all right." Giesey. "There ought to be a rule against it." NlcNees. "Mismanag'ed." R. 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X 4"' f ,lfifl my "The fuullvs of our brotllers we write upon the sands, Their virtues upon the tablets of love and memory." 195 Qream Because her eyes were far too deep. .-Xnd holy for a laugh to leap, Across the brink where sorrow tried 'lin drown within the amber tide: llecause the looks, whose ripples kissed, The trembling lids through tender mist, XVei'e dazzled with a radiant gleam- lleeause of this li callher "Dream" llecause the roses growing wild, About her features when she smiled XVere ever dewed with tears that 'fell XVith tenderness ineffable: lleeause her lips might spill a kiss That, dripping in a world like this, NfVould tincture death's myrrh-bitter stream To sweetness--so I called her "Dream," llecause If could not understand The magic touches of a hand, That seemed, beneath her strange control, To smooth the plumage of the soul And calm it, till, with folded wings, lt half forgot its tlutterings, And, nestled in her palm, did seem To trill a song that called her "Dream," Because T saw her, in a sleep As dark and desolate and deep And fleeting as the taunting night That flings a vision of delight To some lone martyr as he lies 'ln slumber ere the day he dies- Because she vanished like a gleam Of glory, do I call her "Dream," -JAMES WHITCOM13 RILEY. 196 ' 'Gollege friendship '.l'he path by which we twain did go, Which led by tracts that pleased us well, Tbro' four sweet years arose and fell, lfrom llower to flower, from snow to snowg And we with singing' cheered the way, And erown'd with all the season lent, From April on to April went, And glad at heart from May to May. -'l'1aNNYsoN. To those who passed me on the highway and gave greeting, and whom I shall never meet againg to the possible friends who came my way and whose eyes lingered as they fell on mine--may they ever be eager with youth and strong with friendship: may they never miss a welcome nor want a comrade. -ANNA S'rnuNslcY. 'l'here's a vision in the guise Of midsunnner, where the Past Like a weary beggar lies ln the shadow Time has cast: And as blends the bloom ot trees Wlith the drowsy hum of bees, Fragrant thoughts and summers blend, Tom Van Arden, my old friend. -RILEY. O tall: not to me of a name great in story, The days of our youth are the days of our glory, And the myrtle and ivy of sweet two and twenty, Are worth all your laurels, though ever so plenty. -LORD BYRON. 197 .9f .9 were ifing If I were king-ah, love, if I were king, VVhat tributary nations would I bring To stoop before your sceptre and to swear Allegiance to your lips and eyes and hair. Beneath your feet what treasures would I fling The stars would be your pearls upon a string, The world a ruby for your finger ring, And you should have the sun and moon to wear If I were king. l 9 Lest these wild dreams and wilder words take wing, Deep in the woods I hear a shepherd sing A simple ballad to a sylvan air, Of love that ever finds your face more fair, I could not give you any godlier thing If I were king. -I. H. MCCARTHY. I-Iere's to the woman who has a smile for every joy tear for every sorrow, a consolation for every grief, an excu for every fault, a prayer for every misfortune, an encou1'a ment for every hope.--Sainte Foix. "The world is filled with flowers, The flowers are filled with dew, The dew is hlled with love, For you and you and you." -VVHITTIER. "Then fill the bowl-away with care, Our joy shall always last, Our hopes shall brighten days to come, And memory gild the past." -THOMAS Moomz. 198 ,El SC ge- '9'wixt Wlan and man I. My Dear Mrs. Kenneth: This goes to you to-night with a box of arbutus blossoms -the llowers you told me you loved best. As your flowers, I thought of you as .l searched the woods for them. You will not refuse them a welcome. l.et them tellyou, if they can,- if anything can,-of my reverence for you. Their fragrance is but faintly typical of the sweetness your life has breathed upon mine. .ln the presence of these pure blossoms-in your presence I tremble as l allude to the last dance on the lawn. Perhaps you will forgive me the exquisite joy of that last half hour in the moonlight, when I tell you that since yester- day, when I learned the truth my hair is almost white. You were so young, you had come all the way from Washington. I did not catch your name, and then when you were chosen maid of honor I felt sure. I am a worldly fellow, Mrs. Ken- neth, but I think. as I sit writing here alone to-night, that in that other world where souls are unveiled, you will not blush to have inspired the worship of a worldly fellow's heart-the worship my heart will always give you. .lfaithfully yours, - JOHN 'I'uuRs'roN. March 8, I9o2. Calumet Club, New York. ' II. My Dear Mr. flfhurston: Your box of arbutus came last Sunday morning. Dolly, my wife, died the night before. XN'hen I read your letter, I laid the blossoms in her hands. I, too, am a worldly man. I hadigrown used. l fear, to the precious things of life. I eau- not put a linger on 1ny regrets-I. never knowingly hurt her, but as your letter lies before me now, it comes to me with bitter pain that I did not always worship on my knees. ln that world where souls are unveiled, Dolly sees clearly now, and it may be that she knows you loved her best. God forgive me. She was worth the homage of both our lives. Iler death leaves me quite alone. Wfhen you are in W'ash- ington you can Find me at the University Club. Yours truly, March 12, 1902. RICHARD KnNNi2'r1-T, University Club, XVashington. -Goon I+'1sLLowsnI1'. "Let us drink a toast to those God-inspired characters whose lives prove that the Happiness of Others is the basis on which they build for their own I'lappiness.'l -Goou FELLONVSHIP. Fha :fight of 'Gther 941115 Oft' in the stilly night Ere slumber's chain has bound me, Fond memory brings the light Of other days around me: The smiles, the tears Of boyhood's years, The words of love then spoken, The eyes that shone, Now dimmed and gone, The cheerful hearts now broken! Thus in the stilly night Ere sl0nnber's chain has bound me Sad memory brings the light Of other days around me. VV hen I remember all The friends so link'd together T've seen around me fall Like leaves in wintry weather, I feel like one lW'ho' treads alone Some banquet hall deserted, rWliose lights are Hecl, Wliose garlands dead, And all but me departed! Thus in the stilly night Ere slumber's chain has bound me, Sad memory brings the light i Of other days around me. -THOMAS Mooniz. 200 .Wed ietter aus Sept. 18. llillman, Ilarldey, Mead, and also some Fresh- men, are thrust upon us. Sept. 22. Sorority hair pulling hegins. bept. 25. Penman starts his annual two weeks, tryout for foot hall. Sept. 25. Campus appears with account of Freshman victories in class rushes. Sept. 3lSlQ. Colter does not go near the hall Checause there was no 31st of Sept.j. I Octoher grd. Sammy Maxwell gets lost in woods below the Gym. Oct. 5tl1. Coach Sheetz appears with his Merry XVidow ahead of the season. Oct. 6. 'lfoot hall team defeats Erie City 6 to O. Oct. 'l2. 'l'eam ties Geneva and Lemmie launches his debating society, the great Forum. Oct. 16. Dr. Crawford leaves :tor Europe. Oct. 17. Loud noise as of much thunder heard on third iloor of ltentley. liorum and lfixel in action for first time. Quill chili also opens social season. Oct. 19. Niagara Uni. succeeds in holding Allegheny down to the game. Oct. 21. Wfeeping and gnashing' of teeth. 201 Oct. 2 5. The Tarbell appears. Oct. 27. Alpha Kappa Sigma revived in Allegheny. Nov. 3. Campus tells us graphically of both Grove City and I-Iiram's defeat. Harley Gould is arrested. Political ring elects Sophomore debaters. Nov. 10. Harper meets his affinity and Miss Duffy begins staring into space. Nov. 30. Louis Sherwin gains eight pounds-the other Phi Gams say that the Commissary is a grafter. Dec. 2. Prex, at Chapel: "I recommend 'Tom Brown at Rugby' as one of the best little books I have writtenf' Dec. 8. Cole waxes eloquent and earns 51530 from the Class of '90 Oratorical Contest. Cole stands up for the kids. Dec. 15. Kaldron Board begins work. Dec. 20. Polly, Sam, Arch, Elmo, A. D. P. and the other cases look forlorn. jan. 12. Basket Ball team begins its season by Walloping Mt. Union. Keeps up the habit all the year. Jan. 8. Juniors-Freshmen asleep at the switch. Miss Del-Iaven rescues Jesse from the Sophomores. Week of Feb. 12. Oberlin-Vtfestminster and Grove City get walked all over. All scores doubled. Stidger wins vVake- field oratorical prize. Feb. 20. Penman tells Freshmen how he used to play basket ball. Feb. 22. George VVashington's friends celebrate. Many sober. 202 F eb. 30. Colter again seen without a girl. March 'I st. Excitement rife. Dr. Smith does not open prayer with "Oh Lord our Heavenly Father." March 17. Debaters chosen by competition: Stidger, Miller, liixel, Callahan, Sherwin and George. March 24. Dr. Elliott: "He done inarvelousfi March 27. Maxwell elected captain Basket Ball. Dr. Breed in Geo. H: "Discuss the development of the group of animals assigned to you during the Paleozoiz era, March 29. Perry makes his sixth visit to his grand- mother. April I. Dr. Mullinger prays but one minute. April 2, Dr. Lockwood in English II: "His character was symmetrical, beautiful, subtle, nrbane, luscious and adroit -i. U., smug!', April 6. Stidger absent from Eng. V. Class enjoys a well-earned rest. April 16. Prof. Snavely confronts 23 Merry VVidows and "flies de coop." April 23. One of girls at I-lulings misses blue window curtain. .. . April 24. Oscar Minus appears with large blue necktie. ls under cloud of suspicion. April 26. Debaters defeat both VV. Sz J. and Dennison University. Lemmie and Miss Spalding embrace each other. 203 May Ist. Young lady asks if that is noon whistle blow- ing or Drum's socks coming across the Campus. May 2. Base ball season snowed under. May 5. Dr. Crawford in Chapelg about to leave for Gen- eral Conference: "I have no doubt that for the next few weeks I shall be working as hard as any of you." May 9. Allegheny vs. Tech. Rain. Cappeau in cahoots with weather man. May 8. Dr. Cobern announces that the Devil is red headed. May 12. Spring cases begin to blossom like the roses in June. May I4. Perry announces that' his grandmother is dead and he will never visit her again, for she was a good woman. May 15. Shorty Cochran caught studying by one of his Sig brothers. May 20. Campus competition closes and the board get busy Cwith ethics, papers, circuses, bird tripsj. May I2-I4.v Base hall season continues. May 25. Kaldron censors get busy. May 30. Fireworks at court house. May 18. Rochester kicks up dust on Vallonia track. june 3-4. Base ball season ends. June 4. Moving Up Day. Senior-Faculty game. 204 june 6. Vlntcu'-Cullegiute Meet. Fussers in Beulah-lzmd june 16. 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We 'd'0 ,W not begin by asking S500 and then drop 'to 25350. It saves time -1- 4- 'to mark the rock bottom price where you can 'see it at the M beginning. In adldition, it assures you a sqiuare deal. gl :A Co-me in and look at our line. Let us explain the BATES 'X' Q PLAN to you. Compare our price, our inistruments, our terms If .gl with any piano store in this or any other cilty. That's all gg if we as-k. 5 an '13 'I' "LETS TALK IT OVER " M M ' 'I- .g. Q4 M -I' 'X' an The Edward T. Bates Company, K Q 303 chestnut Street, rvleadvule, Pa. if 'X' M ' , ,lcll 'Z' f+225+221'I'22-145'I-X+24+21-If24-l-25-I-YC'i-31'l'1'!-ICG-l-2'i'i'K-l-!2'l'K-!-lK'l'11-l-11-l-Y!-l'2!!'i-25+X25 II. l"C'l''5'Z'2Z!'l'K'l'!ZI'I'51'l'!J1'I'5'I+5'I'l'K'l'11'l'!C'I-11'HC-I'54'I'5C'i'11'Z'!Zl-1-Kr!-2?i'!'2M-!Z!'l-2ZZ'l-S2351 . . IF 1 1 THE CLEVELAND COLLEGE OF PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS Medical Department of the Ohio Wesleyan University bi Orgaganized and Incorporated in 1863 F14 n . .E 1 u NEXT TERM OPENS OCTOBER 1, 1908 Four years of eight mioniths each i11 course. :E 112 Laboratories equiprped for in-dividmal and class work. M Requirements high, als. gi This school is giadlually eliminatin the amphi-theatre bi sections which it is enabled to dlo by its propor- tionately large coins of IIISLIUCILOIS From eighty to nlnety pei cent of the giaduuatinig class N recelve hospital appointmenits Write foi catalogue. 4, M J B MQCFF, M D Su y R P SIxlflfL, M. D., Dean. 4. Cf! 'I' M 'I' 54 Ballinger 81 Siggins PHOENIX PHARMACY The College Drug Store We carry a very complete of remedies for college ills 515 PREPTONIAN PILLS ERESHMEN SALT ag SOPHOMORE LUNG PROTECTORS 5? JUNIOR TEETHING RINGS 59 SENIOR GRADUATING PRESENTS 4. M 'I' FACULTY SMELLING SALTS +:2:+a+:2:-I-:e:+2:-I-:fs-If:n-I-:Mner-R-I-:I-I-P:-Psz+:':'I-R+2:-I-zz-I-:zz-x-::-z-:2:'x-.v:-x-:z:-z'::-x- The clinical material is utilized from six hospiat -clinics H.l1dlSll'bSILI'I.lllllllg 'therefor the tea-ching ot' small 4 ' Y X' W X- v . . , 1 , ,Q 1 v Y w 1 . - r 1 1 - ., I -, . w. 1. 4 4 0 , K III. F 1 rl g 4 . 3:.1.,...z.,..1.,:.1.::.1.::.1-:Q-1-gg-1-51.1.g1.1.g1.g.,q.,.,4.,.,,,I,..,!,.,I., ,, U . . '- -- --'iw--I-.--!-::-1-::-1-::-1-::-1-::-1-:1:1: :: -1- IC :: 4. gg :Q ,- . . -1- ,. :Q 3- . . 'X' 1 I 2 1'x 4. Q-3 :c .g. pg 1!l .1. 3-3 I H 4. :Ig I!! . . sie -- -1- :Is 1 5 -1- :E lx! . . xl: :: fy: :lj 1 i 4. :lj bi 3- . . -1- .. 11 fx: -1- ,, F 4 1 x ff IH E UP I' 'I' 9: - O-DATE if + If: :I 1 K -1- 51 ! A 1 N 1 5 .X. .14 , , 1 5 -1- :k 2 ,: 111 . . 'I' 1 1 li 'Q' -1- 1-3 115 . . :Xa . . QQ :: ' . 4. 1 .. 1 I -1- :iz Q! 1 5 1- 4. 'I' 1 A 1 ! 1 x 1- 4. 'I' Q 1 M U D -1- gl: 1II . . ix' :: A .,. CE 21 Q13 :ls A 1 fx: 'I' - C Cl"El :Q Olll' " . 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FRENCH 81 Chapel Street ! 1 l 1 THE TARR l GRO ERY Fancy Groceries 277 CHESTNUT srg eoanon a REAMER Qi Headquarters for all kinds of College and Fraternity Jewelry Gordon and Reamer Jewelers V. 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 - l 1 1 l 1 1 5 1 - 1 F 1 1 S 1 - F 1 f l 1 1 Q 1 f f u 1 1 x 1 1 8 1 1 1 - 1 1 1 l 1 ti 1 t 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 I 1 1 1 1 1 4. You NEED am practical ediucation and: we desire to call your attention to the following courses: BOOIiKIdI11l'lN G COURSE. A modern, up-to-date .course in the Science of Aic- -counts anid thorough 'training in Arithmetic, Peniman- ship, Spelling, Correspondence, Commercial' Law, Bank- ing, etc. SHORTHANID COURSE. A .course which prepares for amanuensiis reporting positions and which opens up unliniitredi possibilities to the possessor. M 01 IE I1 OFFICE. A department designed to give the student actual busi- ness experience. XVQIG SULICPIT The patronage of students of Allegheny College who desire to carry one or more Studies of a bookkeeping or sihorthand course. Call and' talk it over. Catalog and full iniforniation free, EADVILLE COIVIIVIERICAL COLLEGE Nleadville Pa. "The School That Gets l!,0sults." -1-gf:-1,55-I-5:'!-b4-I-LR-l'24-1'2?!-l-51-I-21'I'K+3i'I'K'l'Zi'I'K'l'K+21'i'2.+2C-I'K-I'2G'Z'1i'i-K4-121-X-1'51 VI. 55+51-i'!1'l-2kC'I'2S'I'2A'I'!1'!'55'-i-K'I'5!-l-22+2S'l'2C'l'5'!'l'2'1+I!+11'PX-l'5i'l'3'!-K-I-5?i'l'22!+I4!?! 'X' Vi 'X- M 4. M 4. M 4.. . . if F4 :Il .t M . . :E at il . . PM Il 4. K 'I' N 4. a A I 5 4. 21 4. s 4 42 x ,e I l 4. N 4 I 5 ill I K 4. 4. 24 l 4 I I 4. Sl 42 :H 4: :ie fl- '41 . 4. 8 4 11 . . :Q :iz Vu 4. 21 4. PM I i -1. M :E 42 M .X- S 4 J l .I- R 'K I I 4. N 4.. N 4. ' Q Ig. M -1- K , I :J 4 95 4. 24 'I' M 4. M 'F F be 4. Di 4. N 4. M 1 I 4. 211 . . Di 4. 21 + ' : ,. 8 Y bv -Z I A I' I 4. I 4 I I :E I I :lg . 4. 21 xl: 1 i :ls 1 i :iz I I :E ix . . .Q I I :lg . I 25 . :ll 1 I xt 1 I 4. 21 :ls 1 I 4. Ii :E I I :lg 1 I is -1- I ! I I 11: 3 R:- .1 v fan 'Iii-!'X'I-11+II'X-1i'l'3-I'I'1C'l'!'C'I'If-!'!1'!'ZR'l'K'l'2S'!'1C'I'K'l'l5'l'E1'l'X'I'2iC'I'5'1'I'2?!'l'2! - Eg-!,. !xN! .fr Are Cheaper A ,, Jg than meat and a 6, better brain food Special prices to . 'fe .e r Cl b d F - e ,f u S an ra ternities. l i Q 4 r THE FULTO ' GEO. T. WILSON 8a SON JEWELERS AND OPTICIANS, College Jewelry of all kinids, Pins., Buttons, Fobs, Etc. Engraved Cards, l11,vitat,ionsr, Etc., at lowest prices. . . . EYE GLASSES ACCURATELY FITTED ESTABLISHED 1874 223 CHESTNUT ST., MEADVILLE, PA. THE WALTER SG. HARPER LUIVIBER COIVIPAN Makers of High Grade Interior Finish and Mill Work. Nleadville, Pennsylvania. X rxwxarlvlga-Xn.y1Yz1yI 'K-!'K'I'i'I'I'i1+IM'YI-X-ii-I'i1'l'!?!'l'YC'l'2K'I'2?C'!'5?I'i'22C' 'Ev wr 'av 'ar av -.rr ,.- -A .- , I VII T ' ' - A - . . , . E+34-S+E24-2':Z4'2f4'l-H4-3-2'X'!'S'Z-34'S-l'S+3+S-9S4-3+2I'H-5H-S'i'E+2?Z+H+S+H+S+K+ii+S+li+K'Z-34-I3-34+ZS-2-H+X+S.1+Zi+S+5i+S v T K'!'K'l'2Z'I'K'I'!C'I'D1'l'X'l-X-I-L!-I-11'l'X'l'51-l-K+!S+!I-l-214'I1+2I'HI-l'2S'l'2I'!'X'I'2i-I- Z EW FIRST NATIO AL BA K Meadville, Pa, Capital - ' ' 5100.000 Surplus and Profits - - 5150.000 In Its New Building Corner Chestnut and Market St. it offers every Banking Facitily. YOUR BUSINESS INVITED BURCH'S Big lee Cream Parlor COOL, PLAESENT AND ROOMY. Telephone No. 76. OPPOSITE ACADEMY OF MUSIC. FOR FIRST CLASS VAUDEVILLE VISIT THE LYCEUIVI CHAS. E. scHATz, Mgr. and Prop. TH HALSEY, F. H. VAN BRUCKLIN, Proprietor. RATES 32.00 TO S2-50 PER DAY. Rooms with Bath. Good Sample Rooms in connection. QQ:-1+K'I-214-1'l'I'H'l'2K'l'YI+54'Hi+11'Z'K'X'1'I'l'!'C'l'5S'I'Y!'l'11'I'X'l'2'!'l'!i'l'K'l'K'l'1'C'l'K-!- VIII. .1.'!-K-Z-K'!'2Q1+11'I'3C441+2C+!C+BPI-X'I-X'I'51'14!'I'K-X'5.'!'I'5'I'l'1'C'l'K'I-1,1-1-1!'!'X'I'K'Iii-I-5351 . . 1 tru T e Crawford County rust Co. as M Q Q5 Does a General Banking and Trust Business. if Also acts as Administrator, Executor, Trustee, Transfer Agent, Etc. : 2 2 : : k 3 3 E Over 4,000 Savings Fund Depositors 5? s- sss M 3 'I' if A B C tt it rt Frank Roueche - - O OU 35 M ' Q if PLUMBING, W ' 3 a HARDWARE, Grocerles and 3: f STOV S 5 E ' Meat Market L5 at se 'E :E . Z3 if Eg General Jobbmg. 55 3 B n Pl . 55 QQ 247 Chestnut St. O I were MEAIWHALE, PENNSYLVANIA Corner Water and Walnut Streets W It 3 -'-"'MT'T'T0MuTT TT-'A 3 The Steam Table Restaurant H. M. PETTINGELL 55 xg . Q: ag Is the most up-to-dture 32 Res'tau1'au.t in the city. Open Day and Night. 3: MEALS A-ND LUTNCHES at ,Q all hofurs' ....... M NEW PICTURES, FRAMES gi 170-172 Chestnut Street, AND MOULDINCS, Opp. Trattion Ollice. F. J. 1:121aoR'r, Proprietor. 964 WATER STREET ra Q5,,.,,:,,.Q:.m.,.g.1.,g.1.g.,.3.,.yg.,.gg.1.g:+:e-z-:z:'x-mfr-2:-1-2:-1-:ex-:A-1-n:-1-:z:fx+:a-x-2:-1-:sex-zzzfz-:z IX. Di 4. SIVIITH S B. 1 2319 "AP 'Z' -11:1 Y 'fi A 'NX'-. ' E 'N ff'?'if l- - A 9, V ,' -, Q, . -:'f-5f"gfi'." ,givii ' x -':rf'F-7-Q-.4 wk. . ,--: -" A2P+?iL3g: -51,47 :,,'-411'-aifgwfa .Ns-wi. - -A '21-A-1 , ,?f1r2:f:f',,ff'r+- "Q:-:fa:f-We 'M ' '- -2-10 H-f., . ',F1,-mf f.- ,A -.1,:.'f1--,affilm n ' gif 'r . ., f... +2 56 A ' --:"' ' " -u EA. " fx- ' ' ' 'ef-iiiiflff'-32'Ev "-"PP: UP A ' - -1 ,J l ..we2f-u1,-:s.4?1- .ci-7-f ' MAY ' li'fbW'P31:r Nfmmnmxix .. ,3fr3?S??2f5P:':1iZ-55 - f ' 'kW' if vb. A .N A-W' A A -vi-'a1:q5j4,gfff.-2:2 'f g1.'. .f--'A '. -V ' ' f N "' :511f3f.E1?:3 . '59f.- -. 4 .I"' .','-ij? ff? " " , " V - ., f 'f , , .A , ,'m:,.1-2,-V..-,rqh,,,: . gh ,M-1-Aw ff L f ,f 5 .... 5-.Th Q A my :,.., 4v,vi.h ,,. -. 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Q3 Ek 32 EE 25 YOURS TO PLEASE Eb ar q: 'Q az Mrs. Frances Sensor A :E ' 3: 55 - - 52 Flrst Class GYOCCYIGS and Fresh Frult 3, 5 Hi PROMPT DELIVERY zz 33 -1- , as :: -x- The orth Mann St. Grocer. Az- as as -1- :X: K 515 as - Ex- Merchants N atlonal Bank ac 7:3 W. S. B'ICGl'NNlQGl.Ii, President ' Gnu. D TRAWIN, Vice-President DC JNO. H. R1a1'rzIf:, Cashier. YZ: -1- . A: we AWE A EE-- - 32 capnar, .... 5100,000.00 Q2 :IE Surp1us,. . . . . S100,000.00 52 as -x- WE WANT YOUR BUSINESS. 5: 35-1-wx-as-:-:A+as-x-:c-x-:A-x-zz-1-:z:'x-:a+xc-1-zz-x-K+:c-1-:Q-1-ac'z-zz-x-::'x-:ez-as-z-::-x-::-1-x-z-::-:-:if XI. 4 Ik Il i 'Model 'o7Self-Loading Rifle, .351 Caliber, High-Power As its name indicates, this rifle reloads itself, the recoil ofthe exploded cart- ridge doing the work. This places the complete control of the ride under the trigger linger, which permits rapid shooting with great, ease and ac- curacy. The .351 Caliber High-Power cartridge, which this rifle handles, has tremendous killing power, making it heavy enough for the largest game. 'Circular fully describing this rifle, t'The Gun That Slzoolk Through Steel," sent upon request. wmcuzs-ren REPEATYNC- ARMS co.' - - New HAVEN, coun. T-1'I'!T.-!'ZC'l'K'l'X'I'2i'l'K'I'I1'l'21'I'IC'l'ZC'l-21'l'K-I'K'!'!H-K'!'51'l'Z'Z'l'K'l'K'l'11-I'IM-21'X'K'I" st' st 32 EE 32 H U is xl: 32 35 35 32 33 33 35 33 SE 33 Q: 24 :li I M 35 is .1. Di -!' M + M '11 si + M -Z' M -X- ii M '1- M 'if if hi JOSEPH HOR E CO. Penn Ave. and Fifth Street Pittsburg, Penn'a The History of this Big Store in at Few Lines ........ It started in 1849-as a triinniing store. It stautedi in one room-on Market Street. It was not very long unttil Dry Gooidst were adfded, and then it 'was only a n-atural step to introduce departments of Ready- 'macle Clothing, and when that was done branches Zbegani to form and spread' out 'ini alll directionsi, unttil today this store has pretty mulch everything that the person requires, as well as the home. Of course it was necessary for the ibuilding to expand and a few years back' the present large store was erected whi-ch icontains seven ac1'es of selling spa-ce, not enough now, by long odds, so in the near future an adadition wilfl be built which will give us s-ellinig space of twelve acres. Every little while we publish some pretty good, literature, besides our catallog which comes out twice a year. We wotuldi like to have your -name and addiress so we -can send you some of the good stuff. Chas.lVlu kinhaupttfi Bro. Livery, Boarding, and Sale Stable iii-1 Carriages for Weddings, Receptions, a Specialty .ii-1 CORNER MARKET AND CENTER STREETS Either Phone 104 -l'SC'I'Z'Z'2?C-i'i'I'i'I1'X'i1'l'K'l'14'!'i!-I'24-Z'I!'X'Y5'l'l?C-I'1C'l'i'I'I'K+25'I'2!'I'iC'I-!Z!'i-IQ!-YZ'I'1'i'I'2. . XIII. '54'!'!Z!+f6-l'iC'!'Yi'I'!K'i-2ZZ'X'!3'!'!Z!'!'K'!'ii-l'?Z!'!'!Z!-FEC+13'Z'K-l'ZZl+1i'l'K+X'l'!G'!'2'I-X'l'X+9!'l' X K fl' Lil ' .gif T- The College lilrl 4. . .- . -4 M 54 - 4, qv-2 The suverage college girl is EY: 'X' fy' 3 one of the m-ost favstldious' per- Q ' "" ' "X 'sons in the -world as to the 'ff Eli style andl quality of her dress. M 512 ly Every garmenft, flrst of all, 5 must be 'styl'ish.3 next it must if f be comfortable. if Q For these two reasons Spd- N rellla. is the favorilte 'cor-set :lf gg among col-lege girls everywhere. Q No other 'corset' approavclhes it gf in style, comfort, hlealtht'u1'ness if :E -or alurarbility. A style for gg QE every type of figure. Manfufac- Q QQ tured an-dl sold! only by The 3 bi Spirella. Company, Meadville, SI: 215 Pa. GRAHAM at MCCLINTOCK LOUl TORDELLA 54 Fon T1-IE LATEST IN -I' 5 ' 224 CHESTNUT ST. gi Gas Llghts -- gs gl' . . Di Chandllers Flne 55 -!' ' . M SDOYUHQ 50055 confectlons, etc. 5 Guns, Etc. -W . .M ' , Student s 5 'I' M 962 Water St. Trade gg + S 1' ' d e Both Phones 0 ICIIC 9,3 at 5 'X-!2S"l'2+5Z!'l'53'!-X'l'2ZI+ZK'l-SH-21-l'5?1'!'ii'l-222+K-l'!Z!+K+Y!'HZ!+X'!'!5'I'S3'l-2i'!'E-I-3'l'X'!'hi XIV. 'Z'-I-!1'I'I'!'X'2Zi'I'If'Z'X'!'!!-HH'K-H1'WI-I'2!'I'V!'l'X'l'!5'l'2Z!+2ZC'l'K'X'iG"I'21'l'!2i'l'K'l'2Z!'I'323'I'fG!73 ' H HI . . 53 . ai .In F I Q: FH Q: F H 1 I 4. at s+::-z-s+s:+s+s:+::+s:+x+::+:s+::-x-55+:se-as-2:-9:34-:s.+::+::-ez:-a:ce-is+2:-ar:+s:+::+::+:i:-ex:-er:-este-:a+ -X- Mrs. M. Harley Gould Factory lf0lll'0SCllf71ltiVC for High-Grzule Pianos, Mus- ical BI0l'0Il3llllliS0 of ull Kinds, Specialty of 'lfldison Phonogruphs and Records. Ordc1's for Tuning. Both Phones ....... 252 Chestnut Street, MEADVILLE. PA. EGBERT'S Ping Shggg Billiard Parlor PENNANTS Athletic Goods The Brunswick Quick Repair Shop 958 wafersf. 194 Mead Ave. No. 176 Chestnut Street, Meadville, Penn'a Y GIVING you a "square deal" and your money's worth we hope to gain the privilege of your friendship if We have not already secured it. F. G. PRE ATT, TAILOR, CLOTHIER AND FURNISHER No. 220 Chestnut Street, Meadville, Pa. .fgae-2: T . as 5:- Q3 5:- as J. . as .L . as .L . as -x- as 4, . E I as J. . ,, 2 . 'S 5 if iz -1- 35 U 'A' as -1- x + be 52 XV. +E+5!+E+E+3+3+S+Y:7+!SZ+i1+R+X+H+1i'X-X+X+3+E2+S+2SI'!'3'!-S+5S+!S+1i'!'Z'3+2-I-X-ii-2-Ii'?21-PEC-I-5I+EC-Z'2C+3'E-3+X+551+X-Z-5Z+3+ E12'!'l'5.!-!'11'l'YS'l-S-l'K+!!-l-Sir!-51+11+51-l'5i'1'2A1'l'3I+IC'l'3IC'Z-2I'Z'2i+iC'!-ZZ-l-it!-2ZC'!'X'l'3'!'D'5 , Q 4. S1 YZ M it ,P W 52 w 'E Sl 3: as Z5 as :gf gf it ' U as 4, ,ff PE is .4 C - W 4, 25,1 QL rop destroymg EXE -4 furred and feathered Q: 21 gf pests are made short 1 shrift of with a reliable, B4 ' ' , unerring STEVENS. E2 W A lLFor Sport or Service M S . STEVENS RIFLES- g SHOTGUNS-PISTOLS gf ' are unsurpassed. :Q me ' V ii , . I-IIGI-1 IN QUALITY gig 32 ' Low IN PRICE gl' as I il: I za I I! yon ennnct Send 5 centl in 4. ,IA I 1' 1, obtain from your stamp! for QQ 3: - Dealer, we lhlp 160-Page Zi' YQ ,I direct, exprell Illustrated and if rl' K - . p'epnld, upon Descriptive g , . f M gi 1 A receipt of Cate- Catalog. 4: ,X log Price. Rsplzte with 3: ,A,,.,,.., Alwnyl mm srrzvr-:Ns and fl- fq on STEVENS general firearm W :E when ordering. information. ge If i 'I' QQ J. STEVENS ARMS sf Tool. co. Elf gig P. 0. Box 4098. gg Q: Chicopee Falls, Mass. 32 nn ' i gs f- ,P .5 M 315 52 ff 4. 51 as xl' sz SE bg 52 if 4- ,Q K4 Y - ' A ""' U 1 ' ' x fl:-Z-S1'l-5?l'l-K+!!!-l'2i'l'2L!'!'11'Z'24'l-21-l'21443'I'K'l'1?I'l'5R'I-IR-1-lvl'X'l'25'!'K'l-!S'1'14'l'2?l I 35'H5'l' XVI. tl tt if MITED A RIDER flGENT'MicH'0w' it ' -- , . eichibitii 5 Samhle Latest Model "Rfl.nl:l'l"' bicycle furnished by us. Our agents everywhere are making money f ist llfrztefar 1ll!f!lfflC1lflI7'.l' and s rt 1111 ajllr at once V- ' ' -. N0 IVIUNESZ REQUllHtll'.4'tuitil you receive ancfitpprove of your bicycle. NVe ship i- - . to anyone, anywhere in the U. S. 'zuzihaut rz cent !l'L'f0Il?Illl advance,pr415ayj0'e1Qt'ht, and - 1 . allow TEN DAYS' FREE TRIAL during which time you may ride the bicycle and 1 ' put it to any test youlwish. If you are then not perfectly satisfied or do not wish t0 . keep the bicycle s up it back to us at our expense and you vu17!wal be nu! une mul. We furnish the highest grade bicycles it is possible to make at one small profit above actual tnctory cost. You save :Kia to 525 middlemen's profits by buying direct of us and have the inanufacturer's guar- at any jirlkc until you receive our catalogues and learn our unheard of jizciary , pr-:rcs and rcmfzrlcabh- .vpurzizl Qj7.'r.r to rider agents. when you receive our beautiful catalogue and Ag ' l study our superb models at the ?lJOIl!fL'?-Wffbl 'l ' 'X ' ,gg lowjrzcas we can make you tlus year. We sell the highest grade bicycles for less money 'x , tfheif- than any other factory. We are satisfied .with i-x.oc protit above factory cost. Vi . BICXCLE DEALEILS. you can sell our bicycles under your own name plate at A W double our prices. Orders filled the day received. ' N' SLCUND I-IAND llIUYCl.l'lS.. We do not regularly handle second hand bicycles, but 5. , usually have a number on hand taken in trade by our Chicago retail stores. These we clear out f ji' 1 y W 'l li' . l . illtg. :JK Jjgzgd' antee behind your bicycle. DO NUT BUY a bicycle ora pair of tires from anyone v if WN t 2. i 'll , DTOIUDY-lY at Prim? fflllginrr from S3 to S8 or 510. Descriiptivc bargain lists mailed free.- Slllvglli wheols,'linportetl roller elm ns and pedals, parts, repairs and 1 equipment of all lnnds at half the mual rctaz! prices. I' 3 5 0 HEDGETHURN-Q PIINGTIIRE-PRO0F 5 3 0 Li l A SAMPLE PAIR 1 T0 IIIIRHDUGE, UNLY The ngmclar retail przkz of tfzcse thas' 711' -E-53,359-glgel?-efzfjggr-1 A JMJO per pair, bn! io 1'utron'uce we wzll i2 qm- .vellyou a ramf:I1:pairfar.X4.A'0fca:11 will: ordur34.55l. ED an it qf,'.'1'p'u.',, E., Y ,-.- M 1 :, f '91 G no Mons mounts FEMDM Puncnmfs gfgggggif.-ft f M . 1 NAILS, Tueks or Glass wlll not let the ,,5t.f,.mma 5, 1 'cffff"50Jfi iff' air out. Sixty thousand pairs sold last year. 'r f"' " " ' '42-f ,, Over two hun red thousand pairs now in use. H 5 : Q-1.-.. -i -5 Qknlgfgfg t DESURIPTIUN: Maclcinallsizes.Itislively - E fi yfilff gigl 2F,,ih-1425! 'ithggtgjgt andeasyridii1g,ver?fdurahlem1dlinedinsidewlth is -" 4, eL.: ., ,:.fl'illll14xfq,,N,?"4sNgQi , .gg a Special cluahtyo rubber, which never becomes H I - ' 'fWi:'lii"" ' f s orous ant which closes up small unctures without a ow- , iiigthezurtoescape. We have hunciiedsoflettersfromsatis- Hxiihztenffuz:m:EIflE'2:51fl'Nfl:?nf! fiedcustoinersstatingthattheirtireshaveonlybeen pumped V I and unnlulso rim swf HH., uponceortwiceinnwholeseason. Theyweighnonioretlhan fl' to u.ev,f3,,t rim outtm P This anordiuary tire, the puncture resistingqunlities bcmggiven mul will outlast ang' , , . - - ., .- . l y other by several layers of thin, specially prepared fabric on the . mmm-HOF-1. FLASTIC and tread. Thcregularprice of thc-setiresis5S.5oper pa1r,butfor I EASY in'-NSG: advertising purposes weare makings special facto? price to K . the rider of only 54.80 per pair, All orders shippe saute day etter is received. We ship C. O. D. on approval. You do not pay rt cent until you have examined and found them strictly as represented. We will allow a cash discount of 5 per cent tthereby making the price 854.55 per pairl if you send FULL CASII SYITII ORDIQ li and enclose tlus advertisement. We will also send one nickel plated brass hand pump. Tires to be returned nt OUR expense if for any reason they are not satisfactory on examination. We are perfectly reliable and money sent to us is as safe as in n. bank. If you order a pair of these tires, you will find that they will ride easier, run faster, wear better, last lougernnd look fitter than any tire you have ever used or seen at any price. We know that you will be so well pleased that when you want a bicycle you will give us your order. We want you to send us a trial order at once, hence this remarkable tire offer. don't buy any kind at any price until you send for n pair of IF Hedgethorn Puncture-Proof tires on approval and trial at the special introductory price quoted aboveg or write for our big Tire and Sundry Catalogue which describes and quotes all makes and kinds of tires at about half the usual prices. but write us a postal today. D0 NOT THINK OF BUYING a bicycle D0 or a pair of tires from anyone until you know the new and wonderful offers we are making. It only costs a postal to learn everything. Write it NOW. J. L. MEAD CYCLE GUMPMIY, GIIIGRGU, Ill. For the Home, the Club, The Most Popular College Songs S .50 The Most Popular Home Songs .50 The Most Popular Love Songs . . .50 The Most Popular National Songs .50 The Most Popular Piano Piece .75 the Yacht, the Camp, the Concert, the Den, the Room at College The Nlost Popular Violin Pieces .... . . . .75 The Most Popular Mandolin Pieces The Most Popular New Violin Solos ..... l.00 Solo Mandolin ...,.... .50 The Most Popular Practical Piano Melllod . . l.00 Second Mandolin .... . . .50 The llllost Popular Piano Duets ....... .75 Guitar Accompaniment .... .50 The Most Popular Vocal Duets Gn prep.J . . .50 Piano Accompaniment .... .75 Standard American Airs fmandolinl Mandolin Solo ...... .50 Mandolin Duet ...... .60 Mandolin and Guitar . . . .60 Mandolin and Piano . . . .60 Songs of ALL the Colleges . . . l.50 Songs of the WIBTERN Colleges l .25 Songs ofthe EASTERN Colleges l.25 50 New College Songs ..... .50 New Songs for College Cilee Cluhs .50 New Songs for Male Quartets . . .50 School Songs with College Havor .50 Standard American Airs Cmedley-piano, .60 Enchantment fwaltz-pianol ..... .50 50 50 Wming flove songl ..... . . .50 Tell Nle You Love Me fsongl .... 50 Anthems for Church Quartets, . . .l0 to Motor fmarch-piano? .... . . . wooing fwaltz-piano, , . . . . . i30 At Hinds, Noble 8z Eldredge, 31-33 l00 New Kindergarten Songs .... l.00 Songs of the University of Virginia .... 1.00 Songs of the Flag and Nation .D .... .50 Songs of St. Lawrence University .... l.25 Songs of the University of Chicago . . l.50 Songs of Beloit College ......... l.25 Songs of the University of Michigan . . L25 Songs of Bowdoin ........... L25 Songs of the University of New Mexico l.25 Songs of Cornell Agricultural College . . . l.00 Songs of the University of Pennsylvania l.50 Songs of Haverford College ....... l.25 Songs ofthe Pennsylvania State College l.25 Songs of Washington and Jefferson College l.25 u b l i s Music Dealers, Music Cou Il ters, Boolrstorestor the P hers, -35 West 15tl1 Street, New York City l"'-l-K'l'2!'l-11'l'K'l'51'I-.Hurlw-'X'n'!'n'I' I A'l'?i'I'5Q"l'!K'l'1C'I'55141'I'!i1'!'X'I'1!-Z-YH-2S'!'K-l'K'I'K'l'X'l'1f'I'5!'l'3'i'2Q'Z'I'K'l'K'!'5K-IfXi we is CAUDLE'Si PLACE J. M. ROBINSON :E 4. UP-To-DATE if gn rx FQOTWEAR G Sr 'Q CHAS. A. MILLER 221 CHESTNUT ST. :lg For 3 lggifhlffo Qgeam Of Both Phones No. 29 FRI5Ii,S Home Baked Bread Where you find all young ' 55 people drinking. CZIIKCS, D0llghlllltS, Etc, J . H. F Rl SK .. 4. lSnowflake, Magnolia, 95 ii' .g. and Grand Royal Patent F lours H. DREUTLEIN M Manufazctu fefs ofand nearer in l Cigars, Tobaccos, Pipes, 61IC+ lA Fine assortment of ---- Canned Goods .,. Esfablisbed 1867 55 ,. - 'li' ll 4. 'RETAIL STORE AND OFFICE if 231 CHESTNUT STREETl WE LUDK AFTER 55 5' vi Al ax 949 Fff50'f5D2pP31QVAi,EZ?'E9.12'NUE, CQLLEQE CLUBS Meadwille, Pa. AS A SPECIALTY l' fl ll rl fl tl , XIX. 5 A l 2H'31'l'K-I'K'HC'!'5144I'X'2C'X'1i'I'21'!'21'I'21'!'K'Z'I14-31'I'X-I'3!'l'2C'!'ZI+!H41'!'31'!-21'X'2C'!'11:Xg 4. . . 1' I 4. 1 1 I I 4. I I I I 4. I l 1 1 4. . . Y I 4. I A :QI 51 1'I IC i'I 4. I I 1 I 4. . . 1'I ... Iii 1 . 1 . . '1 1 1,1 141 1 1 1 1 4. . . I fg. . . . . Y . . It! I I 4. ' Q . 4. I D I I 4. . . I I 4. . . IC Ill: . 1 . . I.: 1 I 4. . . I I ,Y- I I 131 IE I I 11: I I . I.: . xl: r'I 4. I I . . .71 1'1 Q I . . . I l 1'I , . 110 1 I 4. I I 1 1 4. I 4 III . . . . Y I 4. I I 11 32 1 i 4. I 4 I I 4. I I r!I . . II! I I 4. I A Y I 4. "XVI E DEL If? f '-an . 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Student work solicited 24-4 Chestnut St. S, 3 W , , ...,,,,.,-, Q- CUMMENCEMENT MILLER si DERFUS Park Ave. Grocers zz Class Banquet Menus, Sou- gg 42 venir College Stationery, and J. in fact every kind of individ- Y ual artistic printing you may 3 Wflllt ----- FANCY AND STAPLE :lg If you have any thing clilli- GROCERIES gli cult, requiring particular work bring it to us .... S12 -- THE STAR gg gg commr gf Ground Floor, journal Block, Corner Park Avenue Ave' l"SmOf2Qtfi,lfgffefj and Randolph Street. 515 Drs. D. C. 81 W. . Dunn 515 :,: D E N T I S TS Corner Park Avenue and Arch Street, Nleadville, Pennsylvania. W 4 -1: 'I'K'HK'l'!ii'!'K'!'5ZI'I'!C'Z-Z '1'2?!'Z'1C-141-I-i!'i'Y2 'i'21'I'2fl 'HK -!'X+2i +21 'i'K'I'Y! 'NZM X X I. XXII. ENG RAVINGS BY ELECTRIC CITY ENGRAVING Co auFFALo. N. Y. 'K'l'K'I'2fi'!-YC-IM'l'11'I'3!'I'K+!I'l'X'l'!I+!!'I'24'l'X'I'K-I-31'l'X'I'K'l'K'I-2Zi'l'22i'!'!Zi'I'.Z' F. K. 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New lilo- a -.i f Wzyjf ' -- . . V. , -f 51,q3g,l,jf ,:g g:gl'upIm'al lhvtlolmry, Xovulmlury of Scripture Naunos, Greek amd Ilutin Naunvs, lflnglisli Uliristiam M- . ,. l . .- . A lt gg:-4..-w i Xanus, l'0lllgLll felllllllllllllh, Ab- lwvviutions-:, Metric System, Flags, Sturm- Souls, 2380 Palgxos, and 5,000 Illustrations. Should you not own such a book ? Wicixsu R's Cm.r,1ac:i,x'r1-: i,!'C'l'l0NARX" Largest OfOtll'!lbl'lLl1.L'Clll0l1lS. Regular and thin pupcr editions. 1l16 pages and 1-lUUllll.1SlI'flIl01'IS Write for the "DICTIONARY I-!ABlT"-FREE G. 8: C. MERRIAM CO., Springfield, Mass. U. S. A. GET THE BES1' DIZRI' S BROS. Fresh, Dried, Salt, and Smoked Meats STUDENTS CLUBS SUPPLIED Goods Delivered to Any Part of the City Both Phones 346 NORTH ST. l .5 I A X 1- Z .1 l A l A I il . A-lu. l A l fi- -A-iw --ln vlwvlwvl'A+!1'1-5'i-!'ZfC'l'2fI-l-K- X X I V. I . 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R CORNER MARKET STREET AND MARKET SQUARE gg -dh li1lT'llO-1'li1AN PLAN At Pupulau' Prices. Rooms 50, 75, SBI. an lluy it ..4-.-E 5, lcvlmminlxa -f .FI RST-CLASS Jr 4. -iT if! coNv1i:N1EN'r fro BUSINESS HOUSES, Eur. - 4: 0i'1i:Nlcn 5' 4. MARC-H 1, 1894. MEADVlLLE,PENN'A rw , ..... 1 ........... . . . -i- -::'i-:1-i-::-i-nz-zr:4-1-air:-2:-P::-i-::-i-::-i-::-z-:c+::-i-m-i-x-I-:Q-i-24+2:-i-:4-1-1:-i-2:-i-:zzrifzzgrm XXVI. 'I' Ei'-X-K-!'X'!'i1'I'i1'!'2?!'X'IC'I-K+5'i'I'2?C'l'5'!'X'9i'!'2!'I'5C'!'K'!'Yi-!'l2'i'!-K'I-i1'I'i1'I'2?i'I-!L1'I'22Z-!'244-25 92 A. I. E L D R E D Regal Shoes 'Z' -1 it Di , il' Fme Leather Gooos Atheletic Goods, a Specialty -1- IR Vx 5: 253 CHESTNUT STREET 35 H - -W 'I' ?F John . Shryock Co. es 5? FA :k -- if Carpets, Furniture, Bedding Qs M ++- .'. v ' 'H 5. INT RIOR D ORA ION S .5 'F E EC T if if 25' :ff CONRAD FISIWER . , w -x4 4. V5 .. 'ic' Q2 Manufacturer axnfda ,Dealer inwFo1'eign and gg as gg Domesvtilc Cigarsm, Torbatcco, etc., etc., etc. :IE ' - ws 4. 4, Corner Chestnut and Market Streets. N SDIOKIC THE NOllfl7l'nVES'.l"EIlN CIGAR. 35 KREUGER, FLORIST Q + 4. Greendale Conservatories ii , '1 :ff Floral Designs for Pm-ties, XVeddings, Funerals, gig etc. C3l1'fll?Sll?V muxil, telegruxpll or telephone gf M promp y ec ..... . . . . . . . as Salesroom, Corner Center and Market Sts. gg Bom PHONES M MEADVILLE, PENN 'A 4. 1, hi5!+K+K'X'22I'I'51'!'25'l'!21'X-K+!3l'I'Yi'!'51'l'2i1-I-!3'l-3?i'1'!2!-!'Yi'1'22I-I-K-PH'1'21'I'2ZZ'I'2Zi'I'22i'!-25'I'1'i XXVII. QC'lfK+!!'l'2i'!'K'l'i1'Z'5!-I'21'l'21'l'5R'I'2!'l-1351'l'2l!'Z'3S'HK+23'l'IS+21-1'21-li!'I'21'l'ii'l'5S'I'1i 'lj . I' is Q1 xl: -- as if PENNSYLVANIA COLLEGE OF IVIUSIC. I3 . X11 QQ Comer Park Avenue and Center Street., Meadvllle Pa. S12 4. . . 5: if Volce, HARRY WAITI-IE MANVILLE, Director. gli 1 sis 21 '11 FRANK L. IQEEIJ, Piano, Harmony, Conntcrpoint and History. E52 IX. DIARY '1'g1o1u11cVcs1:A1e1AM, FLAVIA DAVIS PQRTER, 5: if I4iRIV1I:IsClI5 Pifmo sol, xrAIeCossozE1p3if5IIfII.nn' 21 lCDWAKlJBRl'1'TON smNV1L1,E, IONA WOODCQCK, ' ' :lg 1c1J1T11 J. Ronny, Pninring and D1-nwing. UNM Palfllmsf 5: fx: MARY MANNING NELSON, Expression. Q: R J. 212 mg--M 94 Ig: Ercellenf Facilifies. Complefe Course Leading to Diplomas. - , if ' fl: Most Approfved Methods. 1 , li ,Ia F 1, , , W , , W -, . ' as h I E S h ' I 5:5 ar es . c atz s n .s 'C bi 5: RATHSKELLER 9, :4 :Is 323 215 - Chestnut - Street, :5 5:3 P t ' 1,1 ll- a romze il, 'S' ii ac l -1- 'X' The coolest place in the city. 51 '4 on 2: Meals at all Hours. : : : :E if . , 1 v ll an gl: -NIL-l'll OR nm - Ad t' 'll 5, ...-..... Ver ISCFS 5. A .. .IQ ' F4 E5 LUNCH COUNTER IN an EQ CONNECTION. The Crawford Dalry Company 55 :' ig Pasteurized Milk and Cream. Manufacturers ofthe famous IN " 4: y MOORE'S ICE CREAM. IE V' 3'l'K'l'i1'I'I. ' 'C I '1 ' 'HC1'l'13'l-K'l'1C'Z'I1+K+3C'l'X'Z'ZK'l'K'l'K'I'K'I'K'l'I'l'I'K'!'I1'l'2f1'!'2:1gI XXX III. INDEX TO ADVERTISEMENTS Page. Page. Art Gullcry. llcntists. H- M- Peftmgell ----- - 9 D. C. Q W. C. Dunn ..... 21 Banks. Crawford Co. Trust Co. . . 9 n""ggiStS' Merchants' 'National Bank II Bflmllgel' 5 Sigglns ---- - 3 New First National Bank. S F- K- Ea5tC1'W00d -------- 23 Barbers. Dry Goods amd House Furnishi Andrew Sporr .... . . 23 ings R. A. Perry -"'.. l .-..'. 21 joseph Horne Q Co ...... I3 Books and Stntioucry. JohTIF-Lulliggzjjcllldcglziili 27 ijIi11gSbNgF1f.f1 E1g1'Gf1e'Q-- Iiieeri-if City ling. Co.L. E. 22 " Q ' A ellmm O ""' '4' The Star Co ........ .. 21 Boots und Shoes. Brownell ........ .. . . . 25 Fife A""'S' XV. Egbert ........ . . I5 Stevens Arms K Tool Co. I6 Peter Miller's Sons. . . .. . 25 Winchester Repeating Arms Chas. A. Miller ..... .. IQ Co. ........ . ........ . I2 A. I. Eldred ............ 27 Fish Market. Ciguns and Tobacco. The Fulton l I 1 . l I l i - 7 H. Dreutlein ............ IQ Conrad Fisher .......... 27 Florist' Clothiers und Dl0l'i'llLllllL Tailors. AX- K1-eng-ef .----- H 27 Mendel ................ 20 F. G. Prenatt .... .. . I5 G"'fc0"S' N. R. Smith 81 Son. .. . . IO A- B- COUOII- . - - - - 9 C0nf0cm,,,0,.s. Miller N Derfus. . . . . 21 J' H- Frisk '.-..'-. H I9 Robinson ........ .. IQ C- I-11 Burch 'III . 3 Mrs. Frances SC1lSO1'...... II Louis Tordella .. . . . I4 The Staff GVOCQTY ---- - - - 5 Hardware and Sporting Goods. C"u'xg"S' Graham N McClintock .... I4 Allegheny College ....... I 1,-rank Roueche .-'.. U - 9 Cleveland College of Phy- A sicians and Surgeons... . 3 Hows' Meadville Confl. College.. 6 The Halsey ..... . 8 Pa. College of Music ..... 28 Kepler Hotel .. .. 26 XXIX. ' Page. Page, J ewclersf Gordou Sz Reamer... . . . . . Geo. T. Vlfilson 81 Sou .... Pennants 5 Harley Gould .......... 7 Pll0t0g'l'1lDllCl'S. .15 Laundry. R. FOWlC1' ........ . Meadville Steam Laundry. II George Pratt """"' 4 Liveries. Teachers' Agency. Chas. Muckiuhaupt Q Bro. I3 Albany Teachers, Agency' 5 B. L. Lyon ............. 26 Restnllwlitfs. Lumber Dealers. F. KL-!lJOl't ........ 9 Xvaltel, G. Harper Lum- Rathskeller, Schatz .. 28 ber Co. .............. 7 Miscellaneous- MCM Market. Brunswick Billiard Parlor 5 Derfus Bros. ...... . . . 24 Music Stores. The Edward T. Bates Co.. Mrs. Schultz ........... Cox, Sous Sz Viuiuff... .. Mead Cycle Co ......... 2 The Spirella Co.. . I5 Lyceum, Schatz's .. XXX. . 23 The Crawford Dairy Co. .. 218 17 I4 S


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