Allegheny College - Kaldron Yearbook (Meadville, PA)

 - Class of 1916

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EXRTER. ' 'lhc Illllftlllflll ul Xlr. Frank -X. Arter for Allegheny seems to be a part 1-l tht- mem llllll5Cll. Xlr. ,Xrter was electecl president of the trustees in 1-MX. :mtl his tclzlticln with the faculty, students and trustees has always lm-n :l lwatlnflnimts one. lle hrst planned to study law but a call catne lr--ln thc- ml llc-lfls anfl there he has occupied his most successful career. llt- is :t tlmmttglwlg' practical man ancl an iclealist in every sense of the tml-fl. llis vlsimt of .Xlleghcny is to have it one of the most efhcient insti- tntluns in ,Xnn-rica. l lc is an alumnus that we 1nay respect with the great- est sitm-tlty fm' there is no one who has contrlhutetl more to his alma mzaicr than hc. 4 MRS. SARAH B. COCHRAN. I : Mrs. Sarah B. Cochran is a generous, devoted, and loyal friend to old Allegheny. YN e can never forget her gift of a commons for young men for which We are truly grateful and for which her name will be cherished in years to come. 9 -.--rl l . IV Vnllfl' n :f,ll:9 I r l lllllq , 1 I P CoLTrR E P Copier 63 lg 3 mauve of Ciayy fo1d County He received h S 2 firly education 111 the common schools of the county later going to the Edinboro State Noimal School After completing a course in the Normal School he entered Alle vheny College, from which he was graduated in the class of 1868 His college experience 11'1 eluded membership in the Phi Psi Fraternity He tools special interest in the Work of the old Philo Franklin ,Literary Society Wirth five other members of that society he estabhshed what IS known as the Philo Franklin Centenary Qration Prize, which has a fund of six hundred dol lars contributed by its founders The interest on that fund is still used for the original purpose After completing the college course he read law was admitted to the Crawford County Bar in 1871 Ind at once commenced the work of his profession in Armstrong County xx hich he continued in that county until ISSQ at which time he returned to Meaclville, where he has since resided. Four terms as City Solicitor and three terms as a ineniber of the Meadville School Board are incidents of his public service here. 9 ln 1890 he was elected a member of the Board of Trustees of Alle- gheny College, and since 1999 has been secretary of the Board and of the Executive Connnittee. As a college trustee he has taken enthusi- astic interest in college matters, his time of service including the time of all the rccent college iinprovenients, which have been accomplished under the splendid leadership of President Crawford, T -V -- , f' -q ' r 1 w Q. 1 V- Q. 1' ' I lllll.. IIIIV' 5- ' ma" . . In-. 1 I .nuns ' 5 i , . , . ' 1 7 - v - . 1 Sc 'C i S , 1 , J - 1 8 ' A A I V Q 0 , ' ' 7 . 1 I ' ' A " C l ' ' 1 C C , 9 2 , c , , I I L ' l 1 e E Q Q Q E K i I 1 1 -1-J 1 5 MR ARTIIUR XX IIBSTER TIIOXIPSON Mr Arthur XV Thompson 97 was born rn Erre Pa X115 6 1873 and came to Meadvrlle as a chrld hrs father berng foreman of the lirre R R Shops In 1893 he entered Alle gheny College and began 'L thorough study of technrcal branches rn whrch he showed a marl ed prohcrency He drd much practrcal work and under the gurdance or Prof XV T Dutton fitted hrmself for the career of a crvrl engrneer In 1898 he began hrs rarlroad ser vrce and rn thrrteen years he became Thrrd Vrce Presrdent of the entrre sys tem of the Baltrmore and Ohro R R From chref of surveyrng corps assrst ant drvrsron engrneer h rose to superrntendency rn IQO3 In 1907 h Was made chref engrneer of Marn tenance of XVay and rn 1910 chref engrneer of the B 81 Q system He soon became the Thnd Vrce Presrdent of that same road He has 6ooo mrles of track under hrs super vrsron and 70 ooo employees He rs a type of Allevhenran that We nee be proud of He has a personalrty of magnetrsm among men and a surety and perseverance that marks hrs success Hrs dutres were accomplrshed through hrs accuracy and precrsron the co ordrnaltron of hrs subordrnates and the confrdence of hrs superrors He rs an authorrty upon the prob lems of hrs pr ofessron and an rdeal rarlroad executrve He rs an alumnus of Allegheny who has brought fame and glory to her name U11 - Q - Q - - l S l l C l it 11 1' 1. fl l Q - - -1 I-L' I- I1 l'l l Q l - ' Q Q H Q Q - -...i -- -- n -C F C - tl- -I- Ili 1U l.l Ill ll Q l Y 1 Q1 C 1 1 1 F l Q - ll -Q I1 Vi 3 - - - - Q - - - - Q l 2 Z Q i Y i Q Q I - ' 17,4 4 lm ' 1 i i 5 I . , pq A . -. I V H g . I' . , , 'c , c., lfc 7 , N, a , - a . l. - 1- 'A .C C . . . , 7 l, ' . Q . .' ' 1 D y . . X, -1 n - I u - r J . .. 23. , 6 A a . . n y C lr . . . 17 Q f . ' . 1 i l 1 i -, - - ls . ' , ' ' - J I " f, . ' g ' Cl - I J .. , H . . . . I k 9 I Q ' Q u - lp 1 1 Q 8 ll 1 i Q E t 1 l at sHAKEsPERE. Time is the one critic from whom there is no appeal. There iS 110 use arguing with or differing from the verdict of three hundred Yeaff' This is supposed to be a free country and every man has .a right to his opinion. But there are exceptions. VVhen three hundred years speak, no intelligent person has the right to dissent. Rail on, friend radical, and storm on, friend iconoclast 3 knock down all our mon-uments, upset all orthodo-Xies and question all our moralsg but spare your destructive energies when you come to Shakespere. He is the anomaly of time, old as a mountain and as solid, evergreen as the pines on its slopes, fresh as this spring's Hovvers at its feet. There is something uncanny in his undyingvirility his everlasting timeliness. lVhyP r . Because he was far and avvay the supreme craftsman of words. He could handle those fiery particles as no other man living or dead. Because he was universal he spoke for all humanity. In him parade the dignities of kings in him roars the coarse laughter of the vulgar, in him lovers speak with infinite tenderness old age philosophizes, villains rage saints aspire clo-vvns antic poets dream-he is the miracle of h-uman self-expression. ' All this talk of his plagiarism of his being but the mask of my Lord Verulam of his lovvly life and of the commonness of station is but the bacl'-stairs whispering of servants at a king s court. ' Three hundred years have buried myriads in oblivion but not him. Three hundred years have dashed their waves against his front but the features of his magnificent mind stand out ever clearer n Xfter three hundred years the World s heart turns tg him and finds him still '1 youth.-E. , uv 1-ow 5:01 in-"' "'-:T ' "-3' 2-' l "-1? S'.' fl 1 1. S - -1 sg- 32 l'l 2. Q- Vl Q Z"-. i - 1 1 1 il l -1 Il !l U.l Ili -. C ':-.' -Z D l.4 H - I 14 UA YI ri 3 1 1 l i i Q i Q .2- 5 9 X . c i C a 1 J A 9 x 1 , y W J I , 1 7 x 2 W 1 C D IL , c 7 12' " 7 - 'YY , Ti' - i 1 1 T Q L Q Q h Q Q Q T Q 5 Q Q Q Ill Q 1 i 1 1 1 Q T- lu 1 i f' . -n 5 Q - 5 :: i 1 E 1 l S i E 1 l 1 I' 1 E 1 l .- Q 1 Z 3 , i l i 1 J Q T Q Q 1 1 1 Q E Q 5 . IC' I I 1' llllll ,, 'l T i "' -Il ""'ll 'II' IIIIIIII E IlIlIllI.n..llllrf!e. llllll ....f1.1IIIlv. n..! 5 3 . i 5 1 -nn L l 1 s S 'S 5 1 1 5 5 . E g 5 Gbiiirml Qlalrnhar : Q 3 2 E S i E : 1915- , . : 2 , 2 Sept. 14, Tuesday-1411 st Term Begins. un- E E 13, 14, Monday and Tuesday-Entrance Examinations. 2 E E I4 Tuesday-Registration of New Students. :,"'-, : 2 I5 VVednesday-Registration of Old Students. i 2 , E E 16 Thursday, 8:0o a. m.-Recitations Begin. I-I E 5 Nov. 3 Wednesday-Last Day for Submitting Subjects of Senior 2 : E Qrations or Theses. 2 E E 25 Thursday-Thanksgiving Day, a holiday. ' -2 : 2' Dec. 17, Friday, 5:00 p. ni.-Reeitations Close. 1 1 1 l 1 1 1 E E Glhriatmaz ilirrvzm , 2 1 Z IQI6. i E E Ian. 5, Wednesday, 8 :oo a. m.-Recitations Resumed. 2 E 2 12, Wednesday-Last Day for Presenting Senior Orations or '- 1 i ' i - 2 Theses. 2 E E 19-28-First Term Examinations. 2 E E fam. 28, Fvfiday, 5 :oo ji. m.-First Term Ends. 2 E E Feb. 1, Tfziesday-Second Term Begins. Registra-tion of Sfudeizfs. i 2 : . 2, VVednesday, 8:00 a. m.-Recitations Begin. A 2 E 4, Thursday-llfakefield Qratorical Contest. i E E 22, Tuesday-llfashingtonls Birthday, a holiday. The College 1 E E 5 ' Dinner. I ' ' V . -- S ' Mar. 1, Wfednesday-Last Day for Submitting Subjects of Senior 2 E 2 . Qrations or Theses. ' S I 24, Philo-Franklin Qratorieal Contest. 2 - 1 pril 14, ri ay, 5 .oo p. m.- eci a ons ose. -1 S : A ' F 'd ' R 't ti Cl '-' E E - g -1 Spring Enema ."':, 1 i : f - I 1 - . . Q S 2 5 April 25, Tuesday, 8 :oo a. m.-Recitations Resumed. -1 5 2 26, Wfednesday-Last Day for Presenting Senior 013.t1011S or 1 E E l Theses. g 5 E ' May IO, Wfednesday-Choice of Senior Speakers. . i S 'i ful ' C 6' t 2 4 -. 11-e 14, ommencem 11 . . 4 S - 5 1 1 - 2 5 : '- f i I 3 1 i A l 5 : 0 -1? E '-2 1-... r: , 4 ,. IQIIllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll llllIIIllllllllllIIIllllllllllllllllllllllllll K Q Y 1 f - I " '-' , 7' lj J 3 '5 IIIII IIIIIIIII niufllll' "'lII Illlllllflllllf :T-5lI'1IIIll Il n." 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X . . , x S N dag N? 1.2 vxX I 2 up lllllllllmml gmgqlllqgggfllllllllllmllllulrgiiiizmlIll Qll lilf! illllllllm Pres W1l11amH Clawford D D LL D 1 1 1 "-I 1 2 vu 'Q i s E S 5 5 Q N N Q 5 Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q V Q Q Q Q 1 Q Q Q Q E 1 Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q H Q Q I 1 Q IKKXKKK llklllllllll M XQ - lllllllllll' lllllll ll IIUII I I ' I I ln!!!. , WILLIAM ARTHUR ELLIOTT A. M. L. H. D. A O 112 Professor of Greek Language and Literature. A. B. Allegheny College 1889' A. M. Alleghei 3 College 1892' L. D. Dickinson -College 1902' Member of Philological Association' Mem-ber of Archaeological Institute of America' studied i1 Germany and at the Ameri an School of Classical Studies Athens 1894-95' Principal Preparatory School Allegheny College 1889-92' Professor of Latin and Greek 1.892-94' Registrar 1895-1907' Vice-President 1907-09' present position 1893. 01' 113 c an ar it 'cas Greek to me. : -TIMON or A1-r-rms ERNEIST A'SlHTON :SMITH Ph. D. 9 H cb Professor of History and Economics. ' A. B. Ohio Wesleyan University 1888' A. M. 1891' Ph. D. Johns Hopkins 1900-' Oxford Uni- versity 1906' University of London 1907' Mem- ber of American Historical Association' Member of American Economic Association' Principal Val- dosta Collegiate Institute 1890-93' Professor of History and Economics Allegheny College 1898- 19105 Assistant Professor of History and Politics, Princeton University, 1910-133 present position, 1915. "The obserzfed of all obsemelA-"'-HAMLET. CLAREINCE' FRISBEE ROSS, A. M. fb A e, ai B K Professor of Latin Language and Literature. A. B., Allegheny College, 18913 A. M., 1893, University of Berlin, 1896-975 ,Senior Fellow in Greek, University of Chicago, 1898-995 American School of Classical Studies, Rome, 1908-095 Pro- fessor of Greek and German, Missouri Wesleyan College, 1891-925 Instructor in Greek and Latin and Principal of Preparatory School, Allegheny College, 1892-95g Assistant Professor, 18953 Pro- fessor, 1900, fSecretary of Faculty, 1901-07, 1910-5 Member of Philological Association, Member of Archaeological Institute of America, present po- sition, 1902. , "This was the noblest Roman of tlzeuz. all."--JULIUS CAESAR. - - I 'W 1 f ' ' A I 1 ,- . . I' Qw - O"'Q Q - - Q - - - - - Q Q V . Q Q . v Q " 4 U7 " ' Q 2 Q -. ...- - ,v N' - Q1 5 Y Q' in N YQ A " Q .. S W 2 -6- Q .Q IQ' W- I-Q . - - IQ - N. Y I' X' v - Q - , . g Q O Q Cf 2 W Q ' +-4 f-1 Q fl f' Q V V N - . 1 Q - - Q i' '- - Q-. -...1 -' Q v QQ , - - QQ " ' Q- ' 5- I v ' ' 8- " S .. 2 - 11'- ' Q Q 5 Q Q v- 1 v V - 1. "' ' rl Q. Q Q -7 - Q Q Q Q I 4 Q D D Q4 'Q Y: 7: - Q - Q - - - - - I fe - llllll lllm ,. 1 ' 't " 1 I '-1 mv! I Illlll "'f:.lI IIlIll'II ui"' lllllll annul -' A. L A I.: . ' 1 - - -. Z 1 1 i i i - 2 i i A 3 ,Z , FRANCIS' CUMMINS LOCKWOOD, Ph- D- 'il Z A '1' A, fr B K Ig i . . 1 Professor of English Language and Llltefatufe- : S X A. B., Baker University, 1892, A. M., Wesleyan -E 1' , University, 1902, Ph. D, Northwestern Unrversity, 2 .1 1896 , Professor of English Language and Lltera- -1 2 ture, Mt. Union College, 1898-99, Professor of Eng- E S lish, Kansas State Agricultural College, 1900-02i 1 3 Graduate Student, Oxford' University, 1909-10 3 1' 1 present position, 1902. 3 2 1 1 "The play, I 7'671ZEI11Z767', pleased not the 77liIl4'i01l.,,-HALILET Z j l 2 "" 1 '5 Q Z - l Q l - Q - r 1 ss t GEIORJGE AB'R:A1H'A.lVL MULFING-ESR, Ph. D. i 1 419 B K r Z Q - g Professor of German Language and Literature. : ' : A. B., Northwestern Universit'y, 18855 D. B., : 1 Garrett Biblical Institute, 188-7 g Ph. D., University : li of Chicago, 1901, Memrber of Modern Language 1 1 Association of America, University of Tuebingen, : 3 1889, University of Berlin, 1890-91, President of : 1 Mt. Pleasant flowal 'German Mlethodist Episcopal g 3 College, 1892-943 Reader in German, University of 2 : Chicago, 1894-95, University of Munich and Ber- 3 1' lin, 1911-12, present position, 19-05. 1 g i z "A cozmfeuance more in sorrow than, in an 81'.'U1I'IA1NILET. : 'S 3 i i i i i i Q - i Z 1 i : CAMDEN McC'O'RM.ACK COBE-RN, Ph. D. : 2 fr K sr, tb B K 2 1 Professor of English Bible and Philosophy of i i Rellgion. i 2 A. B.. Allegheny College, 1876, A. M., Alle- 2 ': gheHY College, 18795 S. T. B., Boston Uinversity, : S 18835 Ph. D., Boston University, 1888, D. D., Alle- S S Shelly College, 13993 Litt- D-, Lawrence College, : E 1906, Member International -Congress of Oriental- 1 i ists, 1892, Member of Society of Biblical Archae- 1 1 01Ogy of London, Life Associate Member of Vic- 1 3 t0r1a Institute of Great Britain, present position, : 2 19065 leave of absence, 1914-15. 2 g "Here is 110 H50 for 50161-"-TIMON or ATHEAS : T 1 i i "- 1 1 i 1 1 2 -I IEllllllllllllllllllllllll A A A A ' Q F 5 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 fr 1 E 1 1 1 n S E S A 1 1 1 1 - Q Z 1 E E 2 i i 1 3 2 1 1 1 i 1 1 Q 1 1 1 1 Q 1 1 1 Q Q ' Q Q Q E Q E ' E E Q E E Jllllll , CHARLES JOSEIPH LING, Ph. D. Z A E Professor of Physics and Astronomy. t B. S., Cornell University, 1890, A. M, Univer- sity of Denver, 1900, Ph. D., 1902, Instructor in Science, Carrollton, Illinois, High School, 1890, Vice-President, Central High School, -Colorado, 1892-94, Instructor in Physics, Manual Training High School, Denver, Colorado, 1894-1906, Instruc- tor in Astronomy and Mathematics, University of Denver Sulmmer Session, 1902, Member of Ameri- can Physical Society, Member of American Asso- ciation for the Advancement of Science, Member of Astronomische Gesellschaft, present position, 1906. "Thus we may sce ho-za' the world -wagsf'-A5 YOU LIKE IT. OSCAR PERRY AKERS, Ph. D. E E Professor of Mathematics. A. B., University of Colorado, 1900, A. M., 1902, Ph. D., Cornell University, 1905, Engineering School, University of Colorado, 1900-01, Graduate Scholar, Department of Mathematics, Cornell Uni- versity, 19-04-05, M.ember American Mathematical Society, Member Circolo Matematico Di Palermo, Member American Association for the Advance- ment of Science, Assistant Professor of Mathe- matics, 1905, present position, 19-07. "FII make !1.S'.V1H'U11CC double Slil'E.H'-BIACBETH. RICHARD EDFWIN LEE, Sc. D. zAE,AX2,oBK Professor of -Chemistry. B. S., Mt. Union College, 1898, M. Sc., 1902, Graduate Student, -Cornell University, 1901, A. M., Harvard University, 1905, -Sc. D., New York Uni- versity, 1912, Professor of Chemistry, Mt. Union College, 1902-07, Fellow of the American Associa- tion for the Advancement of Science, Member of the American Chemical Society, Member of the Authors' Club fLondonJ, Fellow of the .Royal Society of Arts tEnglandJ , Member of the Ameri- can Public Health Association, present position, "To hold, as it were, the mirror up fo 'llUf1l'l'0.,"-HALILET. I . 1 lllll , l ii? llllllllllllllll m.-mv I- Il llllllllfllllli ....-- Il mm ll u.. lllllllllll 3 GUY EVERETT SNAVELY P11 D KIPTA Professor of Romance Languages and Literatures Registrar A B Johns Hopkms 1901 Ph D 1908 MSLS ter of Latin and Mathematics The Naut1cal Acad emy Elaston Mid 190102 Student of the Alliance Francaise Paris 1905 Instructor Of Latln and French Allegheny College 1906 Assistant Pro fe sor of French 1907 Registrar 1908 Professor of French 1909 Member of the Modern Language Associatlon of Amer1ca Member ISOC19t6 des An CIGHS Textes fPar1sJ V1S1t1Hg Professor of Ro mance Languages New York University and H011 orary Scholar in Education Columbia Un1vers1tY 191415 Decoration of Oflicier dAcadem1e by the French Government 1914 present position 1910 T ew lm: 11 that 1 GTHELLO ALICE HUNTINGTON SPALiDIN'G. Dean of Women Instructor in Public Speaking. Graduate of -Cumnock School of Oratory North- western Universi-ty 1897' Instructor in Public Speaking Allegheny College 1897-' Member of the National 'Speech Arts As -ociation' Member of the Public Speaking Conference of the Middle and Eastern 'States' Dean of Women 19-11-. Her' 'oice vos e' e1' gentle and low 171 eafcelleut flung 111 woman. -IXING LEAR- CHEISTER ARTHUR DARLINIG D. A 2 P Professor of Biology. A- B5 Albion College 1904- A. M. 1906- Ph. D. Columbia University 1909- Professor of Biology Deiiance College 19014-06' Assistant in Bgtany CO- 1um'b1a.UT11V91'SifY 1906-08' Instructor in Botany C01i1f1ib1a University 1908-13' Member Torrey Bo- tanical Clubg Member of American Association for Advancement of Scienceg Member of American Health Associationg Member of Botanical Society of Americag Member of National Geographic So- cietyg Member of American Genetic Associationg Member of American Bacteriological Associationg present position, 1913. ' If ' Fl 1 I ' o .el 1015 genre beast. and of good co11scfLengU.,, i LMIDSUMINIER N1 ' l GHT s DREAM. r- 1 , I - - A R - - H+' . V . I i A S N N N N 5 N N N 5 5 s N Q Q 5 Q Q 5 5 Q Q Q E s h Q Q 1 1 v V-if E31 Fl 25 A , l-'31 fb-4: lr-1: Q-al In-43 was is-+I ,J ,,,,! 1,41 JL-42 ."'5 Q. H f r ..-4 14 15 if ff' ed nd I 29 l f 1 I l 3 ,, 7-.1 l . V 1 I I I ' ' nn!!! , CHARLES EDWARD I-IAMIMETT Head ot the Department of Physical Training Graduate of the New Haven Normal School of Gymnastics 1894 taught at Hotchkiss School Lakeville Connect1cut 1894 96 at University School for Boys Chicago 1897 98 at Polytechnic Institute Brooklyn 1898 1900 at Tome School for Boys Maryland 190010 at Nortawestern Univer sity 191013 present position 1913 beam his bln lung 1101101 Ill l upon 1 Ixixc IENIRY XIII FREDERICK GOODRICI-I I-IENKE Ph D Acting Professor of Philo ophy and Education A B Charles City College 1897 A M North western University 1908 Ph D University ot Chicago 1910 Member of Royal Asiatic Society Sometime Fellow in Philosophy 1n Northwestern University Professor of Philosophy and Psy chology University of Nanking China 191013 Professor of Philosophy and Education Wilomette University 1913-14 present po 1t1on 1914. For there cas ne' cr fvlxilosofrlzer that could e zdure the footh- aclze f7fIfl'GllfIj."--DIUCH .ADO ABOUT NOTHINIG. CHARLES ELIJAI-I DECKER A. M. Assistant Professor of Biology and Geology. A. B. Northwestern University 1906' A. M. University of Chicago 1908' Temporary Instruc- tor in Geology, Northwestern University First Semester, 1908-'09, Instructor in Biology and Ge- ology, Allegheny College, 1909, Acting Professor, 1910g Graduate Student and Instructor in Geology, University of Chicago, 19113 Instructor in Physio- graphy, University of Illinois, Summer Session, 1911 and 19123 Fellow of the American Associa- tion for the Advancement of Science, Member of the Geographic -Society of Chicagog present posi- tion, 1912. "Double, double, foil and lfl'0llI7Il?.Hi1LIACBETI-I. l ' ,I Y I l r E ,l h Q Q.. K lm ...Vin "1 llllll V s annum . 5 4 .., 1 N 5 , : , . -2. . . . 1 1 ' 1 1 1 ' 1 4 . - . I . 1 1 7 I f , - . ' ' - n 2 J 1 1 . ' 9 r - I ri A . w w . - 1 - ' Q ' . , He . . .s . 1 .x t 'L r lun," - f . 1 1 1 A I l . , ul X A l I I A II , 1 0 S , . 1 1, ' y , e I, - 1 A a - -s 2 ' 'p ' 1 , - . . I . . - . I 7 7 , Y . . 1 Q. . J 5 'J y rr I Y U I v " 1 1 A I A , I . 1 ' a 2 1 - i... s I 1 1 , 4 1 1 7 7 1 J 1 I . I lil' l . 1 lllln , . '5 Illlllllllllllll .n.:uw 'f III Illlllll lllll'IIrn.. -ll lllll' II ul. lllllllllllll STANLEY SIMPSON SWARTLEY A M fb A 9 fb B K Assistant Professor of English Language and Literature A B University of Pennsylvania 1900 S T B Boston University 1908 A M Boston Univer sity 1909 Student in Curry 1Schoo1 of Expression Boston 190507 Colulmbia University Summer Session 191213 Harrison Fellow in English University of Pennsylvania 191314 Member oi National Council of Teachers of Elnglish Master in English Harrisburg Academy 190810 Instruc tor in English Allegheny College 191014 pres ent position 1914 For I am uoflzmg zf not C1'lf1CG1 OrHELLo EDITH ROWLEY A M A I' A Librarian. I A. B. Allegheny College 1905 Albany Library School 1905-06' Assi-stant Librarian Allegheny College 1906-07' Member of Northwestern Penn- sylvania Library Association- Member of Key- stone -State Library Association' present position 1907. M3 Il'ZJl'f'Il'j was dzzkedom large cmouglz, -TEMPEST. KARL A. MILLER B. S Instructor 'in Mathematics and Surveying, B- S. Allegheny College 1908' Pennsylvania State Hlghway Department 1908f09' Division En- gineer Chicago Burlington and Quincey Railroad 1909-13' present position March 11914. . Mflmf imfvorts the 1l,0HI1'lllltl.0lZ of t111'5 ge,lt1e,,,a,,? ,-HAMLET 1 i 1 i 1 - 1 1 1 - i - 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 i 1 in '- 1 1 1 1 S 1 i it i 1 - 1 I - 1 - S - 1 xl 51 1 yi - 11 1 il 1 1 - 1 1 -l I 1,1 -I - 1 in in -. - - - . 1 1 N 5 5 S N 5 5 S 5 5 5 s Q Q 5 Q s Q Q 5 Q Q Q Q Q 5 Q E u Q Q Q 1 1 1 1 I fr 1 V llml mi.. ,. ' l '3' Illlllllll"r'llll'2'-'III lllll' "allmurllu""llIlII ll It .ncaa . 5 J Q . . - i 2 - 2 1 1 1 .gg i 2 8 Z ROBERT CALVIN WARD, A. M. 2 1 v i 1 1 A T, lb B lx f 3 16 Instructor in French Language and Literature. V A : : I A. B., Colegate University, 1906, A. M., 1910, : i Student in Paris, 1912, Head of German Depart- , I 3 1 ment, Kiskiminetas Springs School, -1906-08, In- . i 1 structor in French, Colgate University, 1908-10, 1 S Department of Modern Langl121gGS, Stamford Pre- .j '1 .E ' paratory School, 1910-11, Head of Modern Lan- 1 : guage Department, Irving School, Tarrytown, N. i 2 Y., 1911-14, Acting Professor of Romance Lan- ' : S guages and Literature, Allegheny College, 1914-15, : : present position, 1915. , : . 2 I '24 bold, bad man."-IQING RIENRY V111. d f 2, Q - Z il i 1 - Q Z , l 1 " i 1 I I1 1 i - - 1 i Q Z 1 i Z D'A.NIE'L H. G. MATTHAEII, A. B. "' : q Instructor in German Language and Literature. 2 Q - , g I A. B., German-Wallace College, 1911, Graduate 2 E1 3 Study, 1912, University of Chicago, Summer Quar- : il ter, 1913-14, Instructor in German, Toledo Publlc 1 1 Schools, 1911-14, present position, 1914. 7 A ' -" ff ' f 11 -- -, ,dl 1 k 3 1 .1 E gmt?1Z1'5:1271FtZesf1x'fIis 0c?1'lll61Z?-37,?,TLlSIUS CAESAR. : Ei 2 -' L-is l i a A5 I' 1 Ci? nf I - ,.., 1 1 -4 Z 2 ""' 1 i i tj 1 i rf' 1 ' 1 fl 3 WILLIAM VANCE MCCAY, A. M. "" . Z Instructor in Greek and Latin. I-' 1 A. B., 'Morningside College, 1907, A. M., State 2 ' : University of Iowa, 1908, Professor of Latin, Mls' : A : souri Wesleyan College, 1908-135. Principal Of : 1,41 : Academy, 1910-13, Fellow in Latin and Greek, : "1 University of Michigan, 1913-15, present position, g H S-' 1915- - 2 I E "Not stepping o'er the bounds of modesty." : , - '1ROMEO AND JULIET. - l 2 "-'S ' 1 i , Q h i 1 i ., - - 1 i - - 1 - - 2 . 2'- 1 ' -1 1 I tif, I - 4 -Ill ' a: ' - I IElllIllIIIIllIIIIIIlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllIlllIIllllllllllllllllllllllllll ,If I n . ' ' llll: , HOWARD STEIMPLE A M Assistant Professor of Econom cs and Pol1t1cal Science A B Roanoke College 1898 A M Pr1ncet0n University 1901 Principal of Strasburg High School 1898 Instructor Maywood Academy 1901 Instructor 1n History and Economics Irving Col lege 1903 14 Oxford University Diploma in ECO nomics and Political Science 1915 present posi tion 1915 A1111 tell sad stones of the deaflzs of km s ICIVG QRICHAPD II WALTER HIANCHETT FEWGLEY M S L X Instructor in Chemistry B S Allegheny College 1914 M S 1915 Graduate Assistant in Chemistry 1914 15 present pos1t1on 1915 I-Izs l1EU7t and hand both open and both flee lnornts AND CRESSIDA JOHN B-RIGHT B. s. A Graduate Assistant in Biology. HJOMER R. JACOB-S A. B. 1 Graduate Assistant in Chemistry. FRANK H. REICHE-L B. S. Graduate Assistant in Chemistry GEORGE A. RICKER, B, SU Graduate Assistant in Chemistry LOUISE CHASE, A, B,, Graduate Assistant in French. M. L. WITHERUP, ' Laboratory Assistant in Biology, CHARLES A. 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I, - - I ., , II N.I.IIIII , III I I IIQYI -,II I Ii , I - ,- II, ..Q,:.'-,-11 - i . I, .I IIAIIIIIIIII IIII I 1 . I I. Ij II-I,,3 I.,I.II. ..Ig'I ', - - , V-I ..,Ij-If-I . II ,I,-T.-,.I,.I,,t.I. II - - I -, . I, I'III :III I I9 I. -I I. T- ,I. I,I'.:I,II:I, I 1-. I - I I , -II . I II I II , III. I .I.IIII I II.. PIII, I.Iq i.I,II I,I,, I 1 , .' Q. - ' -I'g','IL',-If-'5--,.II ' - -- '. I. ' ... 'I 'I . -II,,IIu r - - I.' ,0 4 '-q- -:fn-.,'I. II,.I,- - - ' "5 ',' .i-P1 Q 2 ' I -Ii.. - . I -, '- - . Q . - - . - - - - - , ' - - 1- - ' i ' 3' i 1 1 The Class of 19l9 '5 illllllllllllllliiiszllllrzseilll llllllliilllllliiiiiiEE1ll.ilIlI'llllil!!lIllllllllli 0115155 Qiatnrg nf 1919 NE balmy September day, the evening' . - train drew up at the Meadville station 5 and disgorged from its interior the last newcomers to Allegheny. Wfith their t- arrival, the largest class that ever ent- ered this college was completed and started on its victorious career. Even the night of the founding of this illustrious class was marked by the ardor which has continually classed it as the greatest that ever entered Allegheny. For it was on that first night that we effected our temporary organization-a thing never before attempted by any class-and chose the mysterious signal 7-11. Lilcethe gladiators of old, we rebelled against the tyranny which seemed hovering over us, so on the next night we gathered 'round our battle flag in the dewy and un- cut grass of Montgomery Field, and there awaited the Sophomores-who did not come. Wfith the coming of the dawn we sallied forth to ring Bentley's bell in token of our victory, and to hunt for the posters that, it was rumored, were posted about the campus. Wfe found no posters. Thus our first victory was won. And, as the history of the world repeats itself, so our history is a mere repetition, for our moral victory of the first night was repeated in the Physical victory of the ann-ual inter-class scrap. Qf course the score was tied, but it was lIldei'i1q1'SlI time in years that the Sophomores had not won. 4 The next event which brought the eyes of the college world to a focus on us was marked by the entire absence of Sophs. This was a short time before the VVashington Day Banquet, when several of our mighty ath- letes, acting the parts of Sophomores, presented themselves at a tailor shop and became the possessors of sundry pairs of trousers. This inci- dent discomfrted the already disheartened class of IQI8 to- a greater degree, and they became depepped to such an extent that they almost gave up. This resulted in their being completely overshadowed at the banquet, A 31 'I I - where our overllowmg enthuslasm carr1ed all before 1t and where even the sta1d Semors adm1tted that our Spanrsh costumes were the best th1nff ever smce they were Freshmen Moreover we have ecl1psed our predecessors 1n athlet1cs and studres Two letter men represented us 1n football Qne man played a stellar game on the V3fS1ty basketball team and one man has already won h1s letter 1n track Qur class basketball team completely overwhelmed the rest of the school Aga1n 1n track we overwhelmed the Sophs We were represented 1n debate and journalrsm to a degree alarmmg to IQI8 but satrsfactory to ourselves and the college Really there 1S no l1ne of act1v1ty wh1ch we have entered and have not made good Glee Club Campus Duzer Du all number 1n the1r membersh1p hard worklnfr Freshmen In fact Sophs we feel that IQIQ has completely overtopped you I your own class you may be perfect but you are s1mply outclassed From the frrst we have part1c1pated 1n one ha1r ra1s1ng ep1sode after another and each one has added fresh laurels to our crown of vrctory And our purpose 15 to add more laurels to our collect1on unt1l we stand as far above the rest of the classes wh1ch have entered Allegheny as we now do above the class that preceded us 32 If JV x 'YI -' V , r" .4 , I - P -- In lfll "I '9"'ll lllllr 'r llllll'II ""IIIIII alla: -'Q I I .hs ' . 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P ittsbm-gh 1 -- lil Q g Baker, Mary Josephine ...... ,,,,,, J amestgwnr N Y, S .. 1 l Baldwin, J-oseoh Silliman yvashin ' ' i .-. Q , gton. D. C. ftofll Q : Barr. Glenn Ross ........ ,,,, .,,,..,. M 3, I-ie,m,i11e : I? : 1 geattyh O5he110hZieg1er .. ................ Butler i Egger, - PI ernar , osep .......... ...' ' il . - 7 Biegert, Robert Brehm .. .............. gii-gig i V2 guy : Z Blair, Adda Caroline ...... . .......... . Tiona 1 , Q S Boalrd, Frederick Cowen .. Cambridgeusprings : .4 ll? 3 1 Bl'O0kS, Leda Susanna ............... Geneva i r : l BI'0'WPe11, Robert Foote . .......... Sumethport g ,W .00 Q i Chapin, Margaret Oakes ..... ...... U nion City m : .1 Clother, Wells McDermott .. Painesvuie o. '-1 Q 3 glouse, M-ary Mlusette .... ........ . Geneva i C I ory, John We.sley ........ ,,,., ' L' 1 J '11 i : 1: Cribbs. Hyatt M., Jr. .. ,,,, lliffxng "' 3 i Culligan, Leo Paul ..... ............. C orry l S ' : Curry Ethel Virginia .......... M-eadville 2 : 1 DeRemer, Paul ............ .... A ndo-ver N Y 1 1 i Deutsch, Arthur W'2LtS0n' ............. Meadville : : Z ISGUZS-, Ggjdyi Mgy .............. Mieadville i 1 UH -af, 11016 arrle . .. .............. M d- 'll, i : S Eberlee, Stanley Lee ......... .... C attaraugus?aNY1Y? : : i IE-lwards, Cecil Asenath .... .' .............. Oil City l - 1'-, Efiler, Helen Aaeiaide .... .......... ' .. wr. a 'll' 1-,,, : 1 Ellis, Ruth Moore ....... ifggdxilli l 3 : Falkinburg, Rae Edgar . Meadville : 1 1 Faulkner, Robert Lee ..... ...... C orry l : : Filer, Enoch Crawford .. ,, Greenville : - - Flth1EL1'l. Ruth ............ ,.,.. jj utler Q 1 1 Flick, Parker Cha.mbers . '-ienegte, l : 3 Fowler, Richard ...................... .. StLonebor0 : 1 7 Francis, Elizabeth Marie Louise .. .. Columbus 1 : 2 Gates, Claire E. ...................... .. on ony -3' 1 1 Goslin. Nelson Samuel ............ .... A rnold 3 : : Gould, Joseph Glenn .... Warren l 1 1 I-Ial1,' Earl Dewey .......... Meadville i 3 i Hamilton, Mary Eleanor ...... ..... B utler 1 : i I-Iarbaugh, John YV-illiarns ...... Victoria : i Hart, Alvie E'merson .......... Blairsville 1 I' 1 1 Hart, Raymond Lawrence Seltsbur 3 li 3 1 : i I-Iauch, Henry Gregory ...... Mleadville i : g Eeekman, Eddwliarrcg ........ Meadvihe : i etner, Fre i el ...... H G -vb i -1 E Hirst, George Edward ,,,, feelnjilglolli - 1 i Hodgkinson, Aileen Hayes Meadville 2 1 Z I Horth, Inda Arlean ............ .. Meadville i . l Horth, Pearl I-Ielen .............. ,,,,.,,, M ,' -1 1 1 1 G3.dV1l6 l 1 I Houghton. Margaret Martha ,,,,..,.'. .-'. B arnes l 5 1 Howell. Robert Pawlina' ........ Buffalo. N. Y- un- f 1 I-Iutcheon, Allen Grant ........... ....'... M eadvme 1 g II Jelbart, James Fred ................ . ...... Meadville m 5 ' 1 Johnson, Carl YVilliam Leonard .... '-'. W HCOX : g i Johnson, Vesta Irene ...... . ...... ....... . i Meadvme 3 f 1 I 33 i g : i 5 -I .- A... 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' n The Class of 1918 , 1 6:1 3 E 2 '-16 - E1 E hug 1'-I .VE 3 1 F S i 2 --'E l l 2 o":'-a 61112155 Qwtnrg nf 1913 N THE year IQI4 there was born to Allegheny College a m1ghty class Although 1nfer1or 111 num bers th1s class all throuoh the year showed super1or1tv of 1ntel ect Its commg was ha1led by a gread: show of enm1ty by the Sophomore Class of that t11ne And by excess of numbers and knowledge gamed through ex per1ence thev the Sophomores overcame th1s class 1n a great strug gle After the battle the v1ctors thrust upon the heads of the con quered the green and yellow caps the badge of eternal serfdom As was sa1d of the Romans The slave wvas often greater than the mas ter Th1S class of 18 wore these badges of serfdom 1n such a becom1ng way that they must adm1t to themselves Yes you have wrsdom T1me passed unt1l the great banquet day of the year was at hand Then started a struggle for class leaders costumes and mus1c that came w1th1n the grasp of e1ther class The result of th1s fracas was ent1rely 1n favor of the faculty for wh1le we the classes grew lean and hungry from want of proper nour1shment the faculty grew bold and strong upon the food wh1ch we so generously pa1d for After a month or so of sp11ng fever many of the mascullne members of our famous class were thrust 1nto un1forms and carrled the heavy roles of sold1ers 1n the great Hundredth Anmversary Pageant Thus ended our flrst year In the fall of the year IQI5 we assembled the first m1dn1ght as Sopho ' - - mores 1n orde1 to do our duty by the 11'1CO1'1ll1'1g class of Freshmen wh1ch duty let us adm1t was performed very nobly The morn1ng after found 2 two of our 1llustr1ous members gazmof through the bars of the Clty 2, pr1son cry1ng madly for breakfast and the campus bear1ng a becom1ng : covermg of yellow posters These posters descr1bed very ably to all S just who and what the Freshmen were i - After a rather uneventful pe11od prepa1at1ons began aga1n for the 2 fest1v1t1es of W'ashinO'ton,s B1rthday The Freshmen learnlng the where 1 T 31 i 1 Q ' ' ' "' - as I 1 1 llllllllllllllll an.:mv will llllllll uuuuulIrai::'3lI'1lIII' II u..'l llllllllll 2 abouts of part of our costumes decrded that they needed C1C31'1S111g be fore use Upon 1'Cf'C1V1110 the 8fO1CS'11d a1t1c1es rn an rllegal manner they proceeded Wrth the washmg ceremon1es 111 French Creek Through sheer ffenerosrty they pa1d for the fn st garments and Wdhngly bought us new ones for Wh1Ch we, the Sophomore Class extend our s1ncere thanks From the foregorng events the h1StO11C muse prophesres, W11l1'1OL1t a doubt a prosperous tutu1e for such an able class Q Old Lake George 38 , J, Y I s F , lnuuululllllli ' 1 1 gp 1 - pppp gggpgggnu mnmu1m1nuumnu11lunnmuunmmn --1 5"-Q1 : 5' -S S il! I- 28. AQ 2' .2 --!--.- sz SI-' -- -T - Harold Smith . . . John Castle ...... Esther Emery . . . Ronald Reamer .... Baum, II-Ielen Caroline .... Bianchi, Humbert ........... Bosworth, Howard Wilson . . . Brown, Mark Clemant ...... Brumbaugh, Ruth . . . . . Bryer, Clarence John .... Castle, Hom.er Levi, Jr. Castle, John Granville .... Cline, Byron Vito Travis ..... Copeland, Maude Elizabeth . . Coulsan I-Barry Edward .... Deens Louise Ferguson .... Dickey Howard Carlysle . Dowdell Olive Sergeant . .. D-owning Helen Louise .. .. Easterwood Helen Cullum . .. Elder Myrtle Nina ......... Emery Esther Louise .... English Eva Janette .. . Engstrom Gustav Evan .. Fogo Helen Pauline .... Breer Isabel .... Gartnei Annetta .... .... Graham Ralph Edmundson .. Hammerton Ruth Florence .. 0112155 ZKHII Gbhirerz illilrmherz . Hartung George Michael Jr. Hazen John Wallace ........ Holmes Erwin Lawrence . . . Howell Jessie Elizabeth .. .. Hulin William Wnann .. . Hutchison William James Jr. .. Isherwood James Ernest .... Kelley Frnest Jasper Jr. Kinney Alfred James Lackey Scott Richard .... Lane Paul Warren ...... Lashells Theodore Baskin . .. Linn Hazel Bell ..... ........ McCloskey Rodney Smith . . McConnell Anna McCullough McCreary Robert Emmett . .. McLain Helen Elizabeth . . . -I- il- '.- 'al- fl'- lv- - - Y - Q7 C S C - - I 4 - - i -I 'Q Y- '- - - - - - - - - - Q ........ President . . . Vice-President . . . . . . Secretary . . . . Treasurer . . . Franklin . . . Ambridge Corry . . . Pleasantville . . . . Franklin .. Linesville . . . Pittsburgh . . . Pittsburgh . . . Apollo .. M.eadvil1e . . . . . Mars . . . . Beaver Oil City . . . Beaver . . . Meadville . . . Meadville . . . Say brook . . . . . Mercer .. . . New Castle . Kane Wellsville O ..... Galion O. . . . . Meadville . . . Pittsburgh . . Meadville . . . Evans City . . . Hartstovpn . . . . Cleveland O. Buffalo N. Y. . Franklin ..... .. Ambridge . . . . . . . Canonsburg . . . Chandler s Valley . . Meadville Stoneboro . . Turtle Creek . . . . . Meadville . . . Espyville Station . . . . . . Meadville . . . . . Parnassus . . .... Monaca . Fredericktown . ' . 1 . . . . 1 1 , . . 1 1 . 1 1 - 1 1 7 7 , . Q , . , . . 1 1 ' 'I 1 ' ' 1 . , . . . . . 1 I , , . . v I 1 1 , . . . 1 1 7 ' 7 . . 1- , . . . . . . . 1 1 1 , 1 7 J Y , . . . . . , 4 o D Q o o a , . - . . . , . . . . . . I , . I . . Q ' ' l n I 1 1 ' . . 7 s u o 1 . - ' I " , . , rl 7 ' , ' V A-, A - llllll J l' w Q.. '-1 IIIIII ---f-all Il 'll J llllllllllllllll.mrllllwfrI mm ...sr .'l'll'. In-.. A i , 2 l i 1 1 1 i 3 - t .... ...... . . . . . . Meadville Z s 1 , Mason, Dorothy Elizabe h .... . .. .... ...... , U u q Wilkinsburg - 1 Megahan, Donald Bruce .... . . . . . ..... .......... ..... . B utler '-ll Z Miller, Marion Frances ...... . . ....... .... ................... e adviue , in II Minnium, Byron Biddle ....................... .. . . . . . ......... Meadviue 1 Z Mondereau, Pearl .................... . ...... . .. .... .... .... M d tu A -u 1' - . ..... ......... e a V1 e - 1 Moon, Helen Rose .......... ........ ...... .... M e a dviue - 2 Nichols, Dorothy Winslow ...... . . . ..... . . .... . . . . . Star N Y :I 5 : Ogden, Jesse :Switzer ........... ....... . . . . . . . ..... oc e , Kiwi : 1 Olson, Lena Marie ........ .. . . ...... . . . . . ....... .... ........ A E. grtown Z "' Pollard Wi1liamMichae1 .... .. .. .... .. g D ""' 1 ' Meadville 2 3 Pond, Frederick Logan ...... ' ....... , . . . .... . . . ...... ....... M onessen - 1 Reamer, Ronald .................... . . ........ ....... . . . . . . . . V 1 i Regester, John Dickinson .............................. ..... . .. New Igaisfle 2 I I1 Rhoads, Christine Pauline ....... . . . I . . . ..... ........ .... l ..... I t Laila' : 1 Richey, William Clyde .................. A .... .. .... .......... us : Z Robinson, William Jabez .... .... ...... ........ . . . ......... niontown 3 2 Saxton, Norene Roberta . . . . ............. . . . ..... Jamestown, N. Y. i g Scannell, Martin James ...... . ..... .. .... .................. A thens '- -Z shorts Hallie Daniei ...... ...... ' .. ........... . . ...... .saegertown """ : Siggins, Marion Lucile .... .......... . . . . . ................. Meadville 4 g E Simpson, Gertrude Alice .. ............. . ............. New Br1811'C0H 2 2 Singleton, Paul Raymond .... . .. ..... ....... . . . .......... Parnassus 3 2 ' Singley, Adelaide ........ . . ...... . . . ........ . . . . .' ..... Meadville : P 2 Smith, Harold Leroy ......... . . . ...... ..... . . . ......... Meadville : 2 Spangle, Charles William .... ...... . . . ..... . . . Dunkik, 51335, 1 1 Stearns, Paul ............. ..... . . . ..... . . . . . . ........ - ea vi e 3 3 g Sturdevant, Laura Grace ...... .... .... . 4 . . . . . . . . . . . . Linesville ' 3 " ' Swaney, Mary Agnes ....... ..... . . . . . . .............. ....... l S-hadeland : g Thomas, Marion Margaret .... .... .. . .. . . J . ..... Meadville : : Ware, Ralph Hartman ................... , . . . . . . . ....... Greenville g E Williams, Richard William ............ . . . . . . . . ...... . ...... . . . Rankin i 2 Wiltsie, Harold Martin ....... . . . . . . . . .... .... ..... A s hville, N. Y. 'H E Wissinger, Harry Lawrence . . . . . . . . . ....... . . . . .... ........ P itcairn i 3 Wood, Irene Perrnilla ....... , .... .. . .. ..... . Pittsburgh 2 : Vlfoodard, Kersey Mendenhall ..... . . . ..... ..... . . . . . Linesville : 1 1 1 , i "-'II ,- g ,, i 3 Z . 2 1 4 : F - 1 2 ' W , Z l i 1 . - i ' -..: - 1- 1 : 4 ..."" r 1 1 i i 1 i 1 i i Q - T i N 3 i Q ' - i Z 1 2 Z 1 i 1 - 1 1 - - 1 1 3 i - i in , '- S - 1 1 - i 7 4Q 1 3 SI' 1 : l ,, , - I - 1 -ii' in mini 1l!liunn1g+u- -, --f - 1 - IIllllllllllllIllIlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII Ifflllll I Z Z A 2 E i Q 1 L T Q Q 1 Q 1 Q 1 Q E E IE 5 3 1 2 S I E i. 2 S 1 Q 1 i 1 l Q i 2 1 1 2 1 i l 1 Q The Class of 1917 P1CS1ClC1lf CI'ElXVfO1Cl one of the ? '5 llllllllllllllll milllll' '-'III Illlllllllllllll lf!!-ll'1IIIIv ll ul." Illlllllllll 01111115 Qmtnrg nf 1917 N. 1 121982. 'lm Jw 'ff' '14 5 'fffli-?""'Jg '13 mi " I ffl' J W zr"'f-f z Q-.. 4 Zi nn E525- lllfacyfwk' v-V5 ,F 3 1-.Q Ji! in lag! Lf -'AIS sq DLA -fs fl my I I-iv! IQ XVILL next take up the study of I xery 1D1011l11lC11't psyclncal 012211 sm, wlnch 111 1ts S1gl11l'1C2111LC lOl the ctlnc ' '1ndmate11al wellbemv or Jxlliiglli College has been and w1ll doubtless con t1nue to be of the most V1t'1l IIHPOTI ance Thls orgamsm 1S lxnown as t' Class of bmeteen Hundred 1nd bex cn teen In SL1ppO1l1 of 1ny statement 1C and value of th1s group, let me quot some ext1acts f101'1l VZ111OLlb '1Ll'EllO1 1t1 foremost educatols of the .l:NVC1ll.1Clll Century sa1d 111 the year 1913 Th1s class IS all that could be dtsncu It IS the largest, best p1epa1 ed, and hnest group of young men and women whom We have ever had 'il wir 11 M fhe CO1'1'11'1'l1SS101l of upper classmen selected 111 September, IQI4 to CO11S1Cl61' the des1rab1l1ty of 1'1l2t11'lt2I11l11lg a Sophomo1e Class at Allegheny repo1ted as then op1n1on that th1s class IS the best bunch of stlclxers we have seen at college for some t11ne Dr C1'2IVVfO1Cl, Whom We have 111C11f101lCCl above, Zlgillll gave It as h1s Op11'1101'1, on Feb O2 1915 that the Class of 1917 had been to h1m a cause of greater care and 1nterest than any other Prof Camden M Cobern, a Vely prom1nent Z1I'Cll21GOlOg1S'E and c11t1c, 1S known to have c1ted as a case 1n po1nt, dur1ng a CllSCLlSS101'1 of hterary and art1st1c or1g1nal1ty the act1v1t1es of the class at a recent college Cl111 ner, stat1ng unhes1tat1ngly that the JLl1'11OI' Class had far surpassed all others 11'1 the or1g1nal1ty of 1ts decorat1ons and features of entertamment From th1s 1t must be concluded that 111 last analys1s the class NVl'11Cl'l We are COHS1ClCI'1110' IS well worthy of the most CEl1CfL1l study and emula t1on on the part of those who ser1ously des1re to ga1n a comprehenslve understandmg of the fundamental pr1nc1ples NVl'11Cl'1 underl1e all success ful modern class management XVe 1v1ll tllC1CfO1C proceed to a d1scuss1on of the o11g1n and develop 43 . - f., -A I r , . snail - s L A is - Pin T'X,.l:ix:.NL1 H ' 4 1 4' L ' , I . 9 " 'I 'ffqxvf Q -'P NS--j-'.l:'. -1-gf. . - - 1 , , . - ...Nh ,,,v.L,.. 7 - , .. . 1 L-xl.-fs, 'J 1: gs:"'Q,.'f",jl.:1, 1 A -5, ' 1 -94-',7,9n1 -x-A 1 . - . . . - . ini 1 '1-'1v'f1'1f 1 - ' - - 1 1 a. fr "" T1 'A lJf'.Z--1.1 l I. - Mm u, Y-7?--1. 4 .1 si 'ful l:',4t'H',E 1- .-' .El .-' -. f ' " 'f . 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I I a V I I 4 a L ' 4: in llllll , ment of this class It may be stated a priori that the class 1n general Came from good homes and efficient schools where they received a training excellently designed to fit them for the brilliant career which has been theirs in college This career may be considered under two main headS or aspects the inner or subjective aspect and the outer or objective aspect .2 The material for the hrst of these aspects has already been suggeste 2 1n the opinions of the experts whom I have quoted together with an a priori assumption of home training It remains only to summarize the ness First the principle of sticking second the principle of or1g1 nality third the principle of intellectual as superior to mere physical achievement fourth a due adherence to all the best traditions of the college XV e take up next the objective or outer manifestation of these inward pr1nc1ples which may be considered empirically from two stand points The first of these we shall touch upon only in brief since lt deals Cl'11CHy with the pract cal application of the class principles an application whic I think will be fairly obvious to anyone who has mastered them in theory The second however deals with the activities of the class as such and we shall have time to cite as cases in point only a few of numerous exam ples The principle of sticking 15 well illustrated by the Poster night episodes both in regard to the posters themselves and to the opposing classes-the posters having been stuck up and the enemy stuck to These nigl1ts are also illustrative of the class originality but they stand pre- eminently as classic examples of sticking particularly that of the Sopho- more year' and this is attested by the commission to which we have referred. The principle of originality has found its chief expression at lYashington Birthday Banquets in every one of which 501136 new an original feature has been introduced notably that of kidnapping in the S.O1J4,1C?1'llOl'C year and of naxigation in the present year The third pr1n- c1ple IS expressed in the daily practical application of which I have spoken while the .fourth that of loyalty to traditions has very recently been given a striking expression, at the time of the Senior-Sophomore banquet. . I shall not take up the strong and weak points Qi the C1355 at this time, since I have already alluded to the fornieryand the 135561. are. in last analysis to be regarded as negligible. 4 4 - ' I Z 1 1 Z Z i 1 Z Z Z 1 l 1 3 1 2 1 i 2 l 1 1 1 i i 1 1 1 nr un 3 1 vm Q L Q 1 1 Q Q Q Q Q Q 1 Q L 5 Q 5 Q 5 Q IE 11:1ImmII1mm:ummlmlullllm llmllmlmlll T T " 1 I III IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII - QW il U11 ' - - 1 -- 1 o ' 1-5' 4 x ' .br . E' . ' - Q f' . , U, . i ' ' - - U' - l A - -. 5 ' . 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' Q ' ' ' S 4 : . 1 ,f , ! . I 1 g . f f,- f 1 1 . 5 1 . 4 1 5 ! . J f f f f 5 I 1 I Glen Witter ....... Agnes Van Hioesen .... Martha Nebinger . .. Harold Peckham Acker, Lewis Franklin, . Askey, Edwin Vincent . . Bacon, Frank Haskell . . . Baird, Olga Gwendolyn . Baker, Edison Howard . . . Bourquin, Josephine . . . Bowers, George Franklin Boyd, Nelson Henry .. Brooke, Julia ..... . Campbell, Charlotta Marie . . Carew, Mary Katherine . .. Carr Georgia Edna .... . . Catherman Raymond Fowler Chase Elizabeth .. .. Clendenien Miller Bartley .. Clendenin Mary Adelaide Clough Veleda Louise . . Craig George Smith . . Curtis Chalmer Clinton .. Davison Helen Miles . . DeLand Ruth Elizabeth . . . Dewey Ralph Smith . . Doane Foster Baird .. Drake Lowell Claudius . . Ellis Murray Henry . Fetzer Lillian Marie . Flahaven Mary Ruth ..... Frishkorn Mark .Wright Hanks Eda Gertrude . . Hart Rockwell Edgar ..... Hazen Mildred'Lucile ...... Hendershot Elizabeth Frazer Hill Paul Emerson ......... Hodgkinson Cecil H. . . . . . . Hou -e Lillian Estelle .... Johnson Hildur Eugenia .. Jones Harry Albert .. .. Kahle Carmen .... . . . . . Kahle Harold Bruce ....... Kahle Raymond Frederick . . Kelley Ethyl Marie .... .. Kramer Norbert Clair . . . Kulp Helen Marie ...... 0112155 3111111 Gbftirrrz frlilrmhvrzx . . . . . . . . . President . . . . Vice-President . . . . . . Secretary . . . . Treasurer .... . .. Meadville Bellingham, Wash. . . ..... Meadville . . . . . . . Meadville . . . . Greenville . . . . Conneaut, O. . . . . . Big Run . . . . Sharon . . . Uniontown Meadville .. Erie Bemus Point N. Y. . .... Meadville . Greenville .. Tarentum' . . . Meadvlile . . . . Corry .. Mercer . Knox .. . . Oil City .. Sheridan N. Y. Ripley N. Y. Butler . . Ashtabula O. . . . . . . . Meadville . .... Meadville Bemus Point N. Y. . . . Meadville . . . . Girard . . . Titusville Meadville . . . Emlenton . . . . . Meadville . .. Conneaut O. . . . . Titusville . . . Meadville . . . Oil City . . . Parnassus .. Buffalo N. Y . ....... Butler . . . .... Meadville .. West Middlesex 111 U71 - l C Q - - i - - - - - - - l 11. -I C' 1. fl l - Q W .T lb' I1 If l'i l -- l - - Q - K - a- K """'H n ll C- ii 54? - - if Il- -I- II- '.l- III1 l-I l S I t Q' - C H - Li Q - W -A fl Y- Yi T Q - Q - - - Q - Jr. . . . , . I . . . ' o ' c . I . . . . ...... . . . , . . . . , , . . . . . . , . , . . . , .... . , . . , . . . . 7 Q o 0 a 1 o . o l . 9 - , , ' . - 0 , . , . . . . J ' 7 , , . . . , . . . . . . I , , , .........NewCastle , . , . . , . , . . ! . , . Q . L., , , , . , . . y ' . 0 . 1 a y . , . ! ' 0 ! n 7 . . 1 l i 1 I 3 - Illlll lllllq , Lackey Ira Cuttler .......... Longanecker Don -Cameron . McConnell William Elthelbert McKinney Clarence Eugene . Maxwell Rachel Amanda ..... Miller ,Charles Miner Jr. . . . Monroe Grace ............ Monroe Lowell White . Moore Robert Law ......... Mumford Graydon William . .. Nebinger Martha ,Kirk ..... Neill James Maffett .......... Pappenhagen Albert Burnell Peckham Harold Dexter .... Pitt Ruth Elnora ....... . Powell Fred ............ Preston Bes ie Cecilia . . . Reider Kenneth ........ Richey Mildred Irene ..... Robinson Agnes Cannon .... Scott Genevieve Annette .... Scott John Bell .......... Shenefelt Arthur Merle . . . Shryock Merwin ........ Smith Agnes Elizabeth .... Smith Robeit Gittens Stolz Pauline Gray .... Stone Esther Alice . . . Strong Leonel ........ Stroup Gale French . . . Swoap Lewis Milton ..... Sykes Elizabeth Ritter Farr Jesse ...... ...... Thomas, Dale E. ........... . Tuttle, Robert J. ........... . Van Hoesen, Agnes Laidlaw Wagner, Charles Conroy .... Walker, Mabel Elizabeth . . . Warner, Helen Louise . . . Weaver, John Carson .... Weide, Ralph Lafayette ..... White, Anderson McLean . . . Wilber, Albert Bennett .... Witter, George Glenn .... Yost, Robert .............. Zuver, Dudley DeForest ,,,, . . Stoneboio Khedive . . . Parnassus . . . . Meadville . . . Meadville . . . Pittsburgh . . . . Meadville . . . Meadville . . . Meadville .. Beaver Falls . . Homestead Clarion . . . . . . . Meadville Wickford R. I. . . . . Ripley N. Y. . . . Kittanning . . . Monessen 4 . New Castle . . . .Vandergrift . . . Uniontown Corry Lynchburg Va. . . . . . Pitcairn Meadville .Meadville Barbados West Indies .Meadville . . . . . ..... . Butler . . . Warren . . . . Braddock Barnes . . .... Franklin . . . . . Wellsville, O. Dorset, O. Cattaraugus, N. Y. Meadville . , ......... Barnes Harbor Creek . . . . . r. Meadville . . . Turtle Creek New Castle M.eadvi1le Cambridge Springs -r .... Wellsville, N, Y. South Fork . . . . . . Greenville Yi , 1- 1 f ' ' Y Q. pu- ,ll 'r lllll , I , . ' ' ' lla " ll unc!! - v .' L A .5 V , , . 7 - ' J 1 , . x a a . 7 ' ' x . , . a , A : 1 J ' 9 1 - a , . , S . I , . 1 , . , . . . ' s . v . . . I I va , . , O k . ' r , . . . , 0 O I 7 0 t . . , 1 r r ., ' , . -l' ' K 55 y . I H I 5 h 1 Q Q 4 E I - , L T i i 1 L i 2 , v E T Y llllllll 1 Z 1 Z Q I Q Q 1 Q 1 - Q i - 1 l Q - Q l Q l 2 - i 1 Q - Q 2 - H i Q Q H - 2 1 3 vm 'Q i E in Q S . -ds...-fb.. . .- ': fx F Q 4 . '4 x ,- 4 ,u 2 s r 3 f! 'r K . ' I 1 f sa 1 1 ,y s ,X 0 V4 I," rx 1 1 w, .44 4x 'M v " 1 Q 1 ' I v 4 l 2 f 'W , X, 5 1 I x I V Y . ' 5 6 J I A 1 1 The Class of 1916 X. '5 llllllllllllllll in :luv "'lIl llllllllllllluf ii:l55ll'1IIIIv II ul." Illlllllllll Gilman igwtnrg nf 1515 Y pf OXN' that we have come to the end of our RV! NW I x WX Q we -. i ff :XF-Q? n'?f"' ways V1C'CO11OL1S Yet lt course lt rema1ns to us to say fueuell VVhen we lool baclt upon the four years wh1ch we have just passed we reahze that mrxed wlth the good there are both OITIISSI ons and commrssrons for winch we 1'I1I1S'C bear the blame Let the vounger classes boast we who have come to years of d1scret1on have obta ned to a pos1t1on fro1n XXl1lCl1 we can calmly '1Cl'H11'E that we haxe not be n al 1S not through vrctory but throuoh defeat bravely endured that a man TISCS to true nob1l1ty may ne not say the same of a college class? The Way has not always been pleasant there have been many dlflfl cult1es, many th1ngs d1sagreeable m our path But 111 the 1113111 we are sat1shed Wlth What we have done and though 1n scholarshlp O1 111 'mth letrcs we may not have atta1ned to the h1ghest we have nevertheless en Joyed and proitted by the advantages of a many srded development In the class room We have not fallen behmd, on Held and tracl and gym 1138111111 floor we have supplled some of the best athletes of the present ffeneratlon 111 clubs and colleg1ate act1v1t1es We have had our due number of membersh1ps and ofhces 1n soc1al affarrs we have followed when necessary and have led when our age and pos1t1on made us Worthy to assume leaderslup As 1nd1v1duals It 15 t1ue that some of us may have lagged now and then but 1t IS also t1ue that certam members of the class have attamed to places of h1gh d1st1nct1on rn college c1rcles Tl11S 15 of nnportance lt 1S t1ue, yet after graduatron 1f we are true men and women there Wlll be other tl'11f1gS wh1ch We should prefer to remember rather than our brllhant records XVe should be happy at the thought of fr1endsh1ps YVh1Cl'1 we have made Wlfll faculty and students of the tasks that We have consc1ent1ously performed and the pleasu1es whrch we have un selfishly enjoyed but he should be more than proud who feels that he has become a true smcere earnest loyal son of Allegheny And now as we go we can only hope that the old relatronshlps w1ll not be forgotten , and that there may be some at least among us who w1ll help 1n the m1ss1on of Allegheny to make the wrlderness rejorce and the desert blossom as the rose 49 lf - - I T S 1 I uni ' l , as 1- --1 cfs- V lf f -1 n ' I U- ' , ' ' 1 1. u ' ' ' i nina: . 5 5 Q .5 , Z? ,,.---.vt,ESxE.v,,.' A - I' , A ' 9 .' 3 N111 , I 1 ' 2 - ,I . 395 ?3'.'f'1? W" 'HQ ' E ol Url " ,Pg 4, , 'fl C r , t L1 ' K Xi., , D . " - ' 'N' ' :'I ' ' 7' .11 ' ' . , ' ' ll, f' 'T 'I ' YN 1 f - Q . In r ., x, ,!f' X . . 4 l ' wi. Q is-5' 4 , , r ," "' 'm x' ' 1 MQ. A , 1 A . rl - 34 - , , . . A mlm' ' 5'-f A . . . . I ' 5 J" -21 'V 1 K 1,' 'ffr 5 x 1 . . 1 : r 3 - n .OA , 1. I 7 . 5 ' Q . - st 9 A ' f ' 5 ' 1 ' I1 I I ': - ' . 2 ' ' 1 f - 5 - u n 5 b 3 ' lv 2 c '. , . V . - ' x 7 . .C I f Y . . , . , - , - S 5 ,v 7 - H o o Q :W 1 , V ' - F I C , , V li The Seven Sisters The Hand of Knowledge I E N N N N N N N N N N N N N N N N N N N N N N N N N N N N N N N N N N I I I Q N N H N H N H Q C 1 I 1 1 S Z B C - B Q - U I Q Q B I S I - - I - I I 1 1 S S I S 1 1 1 S S 1 1 1 S 1 S I 1 1 1 5 1 MN Ii ' I I Ill: U lllll. , l llllllllllllllll niufllll' 'f'lIl1lllllIlIfIlllIi,Ilf....--ll mm II ua' Illlllllllll 5 Qllaaa 181111 E. W. Hickman Al. Munhall ........ Marguerite Beatty 'Vlarion Miller .... Adams Helen Rose . . . . Aey Charles Arthur .. Allgood Ruth Louis . Amon Fred Hughes ....... Angove Dortha R ........ Armstrong William Jefferson Bail Homer Milton ......... Bash Lawson Greene ....... Beatty Vina Marguerite .. Bell Samuel Jr. . . Best Josephine Elizabeth . .. Bitler Tillie Ella . . . . . . . Blasdell, Robert Allen . . Burns, Jesse Erwin ....... Campbell, Ginevra Isabel .,. Campman, Seeley Franklin -. Carroll, Catherine ........ . Carroll, Mary Carrier . . . Cole, 'Helen ............. Cox, Raymond Andrew .... Curry, Albert Gore ...... Depp, Walter Mark ...... Dickey, Frank Rumsey .. . Downing, Florence . Drake, Homer Emmet Dundon, Lewis J. . . . . Ellis, William Andrew . . . Foster, Lois Clara' . . Gaskill, Hazel Mary . Gates, Helen Haldena Gealy, Fred D. . . . Hall, Edith .... .... Harper Daphne ..... Harper, Harold Vernon .... Hasek, Helen Georgia ....... Hickman, Elmer Wallace .... Hoffman, Ray Earl . . . . . . Hudson, Ethel Gertrude . . Johnson, Curtis Corydon Kelley, Martha Mae ....... Kendall Ralph Newton ..... Kepner, Leo David ......... Kightlinger, Emma Florence flbliirrrz lllilrmherz . - ... . . . . . Presiden Vice-President ... .. Secretary . . . . . Treasurer . .. Meadville New Castle . . New Castle . . . Greenville . . . Oil City Kane . Conneautville ..... . Crafton Oil City West Middlesex . . . Meadville . . . . . Meadville . Dayton, N. Y. West Sunbury . . . Kittanning West Middlesex . . . . Meadville . . Brookville . . . . Meadville Kane .. Wilkinsburg Punxsutawney . . . . Hartstown . . . . . Meadville . Ashtabula, O. Edinboro . . . . Meadville Oakmont Meadville . Oil City . Oil City Meadville Meadville . . . . . Butler . . Franklin Arnold .. . Phalanx, O Greensburg . . . . . Meadville ..,, . . , .. Butler Conneautville Hartford, O. . . . . Meadville Fw 1' -U u , I W - 3 ' nun. ' l Kleckner Ethel Lillian Klinginsrnith John Glenn Latshaw Paul Flemming Leaf Edwin Barnnardt I ing Ernest Fltchard Lydell Lulu Mae McKay Leo McLean Bailey Courtney Mackenzie Helen Pithie Mellon David Roy Miller Marion Ruth Vlunhall Albert Francis Nash Clai ence Almerion Nelson Benn Elwin Phillips Norman E Rankin Harry Paul Reed Earle Lyons Reis W1lbur Whippo Rhoades Robert L Rial Leona Catherine Ritchie LaMarr Roberts Georgia Pauline Roberts Nellie Genevieve Ross Havel Alma Ross Margaret Runninger Guy Merle Sanner Fred Henderson Scott Walter Leland Sheets Sankey Lewis Smitn Louise Crayne Smith Margaret Elizabeth Stebbins Dorothy Meile Stevenson Charles Howard Strong Anna ...................... Taylor Blanche .......... Tear John W. ........... . Thoburn Bernice ........ Waring Emma Goodwill .. Meadville Conneaut Lake Klttannlng Irwin Meadville Falconer N Y Sharon Meadville O11 City Conneaut Lake Erie Meadville Chautauqua N Y New Castle Sheffield Meadville Franklin Butler Cochranton Mt Pleasant Ruffsdale Indiana Albion Meadville Oakrnont Chautauqua N Y Franklin Wilkinsburg Kane Greensburg Waynesburg Meadville Silver Creek N Y Coraopolis . . . .............. .... .... S o uth Fork Meadvilae Painesvllle O. Meadville Whipple Charlotte ...................... White Edith Mary ....... Wise John Laing .... . .. Witherup M. Lester ...... Wolf Charles R. ......... . . Mansfield O. Oi1City ..Meadville Butler E2 Franklin . . . . . . Rochester . 6 so r" ..., r A! 1 3 I 1- I nr" lla :incl - .5 5 A .5 . l .. ......... ......-. , ......... ............. . - . unnuqnuul , ....................... 1 , ........... ............................. 0 , .....-...-...-.. ...-.........--... ....-....'... 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' I Ill '5 llllllllllllllll111s:1ll1r.!e!lIIlllllllllulllllll ia::23ll'111111ll11."1IIIIlIIllll lf? -,J HELEN ROSE ADAMS A B I1 A G 111 B 1 Meadv11le Pa Meadv111e H1gl1 School Ao create: lztmf flmn tzzzc Xs XOU Lrm: I1- 3 4 IX'llCllOll Bond .1 Nflat '1 1e11t tl1e1e x11ll be 111 old 16 when Helen le'1xes o d Xlleghenv H 1 'llilllll 'ls student IS yet to be equalled Her gemal good natule l1'1s found fOl l1e1 many close fllellilb who 11111 always ren1en1be1 her fOl that pleasant S1llll6 We expect l1e1 to be 1 seco11d Ida l'11bell fOl l1e1 l1te1a1y ab1l1t5 shows tl1e gC1llUS of a 11'l.llll'll lJO1l1 '1utho1 Her NXltt1ClblllS XXCIC 'lt then best 1n the 3.LlfllO1Sl111J of tl1e 111us1cal comedy 11 l11cl1 dellghted the 'ILlCllCl1CC lhe least ue can say IS, Hele11, ue shall all nnss you CHARLES ARTHUR AEY B S New Castle Pa New Castle High School muvt ecome a bono LGI of the mgzf OI an 10111 01 hc zz NIXCBETH X a1s1ty Base Ball 3 Class Base Ball, 4 Chuck IS 1 b1se b ll fan and a physics fiend X thorough student 111 all 111s classes and an upl1olde1 of Dad L111g s astrono1111c'1l VICXXS NN as X1ter House n1atl1 tUtO1 A good so1t when sou 1111011 lllI'l'l X 111a11 who keeps 111s NXOltll 111 tl1e background and xxho docs not believe he who does not toot 111s o1111 110111 tl1e s1111e shall 11ot be tooted XVe expect you some day to fill a ch 111' devoted to uhxs and x1 l1e1 efores of 1llC1t1'l "' A llll ll D - Y l lv' I . ' 'l A 0 ' xi t S ' . 5 5 I .5 xullgzs N .X xp E ,L Q I .1"'.2ni, Q , Erma N Q x . '12'1:1.1111 5 3 . -Af s 1 1 Q 4 PM ug Q 4ff'f?,'f. f ,V 1,g,l.,U,I 5 t .tw ur- 111' Vu, a - 'H I . ' 5 5 ' F - 1. I 1.3 : at if .t N ' lf -1"11ll : - 5 . .M 1 'l N '1 5 ' A if 1 ' " -fl E A i x I T N ,Lipid Q 1,1.l :Mikie Q 15 an -t 1 Z , 1- 1212 Q 1 'I ' I - L .. 113 1 ' 1 K : 1 , , . . Q'-,ill Y , lv s I ' l"T . 1... - . I n s X. N JV' : . wil, 1, E " I ff- - 1 - 1', "..V ' -. ,,Mg5',,:: : i Klee-O-Kleet, 2, 3, 41 Quill Club, 3, 4g Classical Club. 3, .lg Assistant Editor of Lite1'a1'y Monthly, i 1 ,- ' - - , 1 1,1 1 1 1 C ' 1 ' lun, 1 Xl' .- - 1 - f 1 -H 1 1- - 53.13 1 'W fl Q 5" -1 ' i' ' . ' 1 . 'qv' - V- l. .A .. 7 3 . K -C U L .I 3 V. vl K .- . l . . v . . 3. c . . ,, C Y K r -e1c.'g' l . - Y B .N i -fc 'fi H r ll' V 1 N '1 ' .1 'J .1 l 4 .. ,' .k , W 3 ' Ma.. 1 3 1 - z 1, .P lj 1 4 1 l 4, v,ll' , L-1, 'mf il 1 ' 1- 1 'S' l AIA' ', ml N A :'I" l I 'Q X"xi..'l ' N'-11' 1 1 1 If I . 3 . l Q , . . 12 . g 5 , . 1 . E "II 1, IJ " 111 - ' 'I f' I ' - "a'1."+1'1 . I I ' - ' , 3 Q . X E xc ,va - K c 3 . D , ' . ' A1 ' A ' 1 - ' ' .. 1. : ' - . '. 1 V ' l V . Y ' Q .H ' .' 53 l l I . l ' ' 'l 1 I' W V . '- I 1 I -' lllll lg llllllllllllllll .n.:mlll'.'e!lIl lllllllllmul llii::21ll'fIIII' ll ul 'I llllllllllll RUTH LOISE ALLGOOD A B A X S2 New Castle Pa New Castle High School lllentlx 11877111 will I li e now TEMPEST X XV C A Cabinet 2 Class X71CCPlCS1dC1'lt, 3 Glee Club 1 3 4 CManager, 43 Petit Salon 4 X meliy twinkle lies deep in Ruth s brown eyes which may escape notice at a first Glance but xxlnch is sure to appear at a second. Ruth has won much fame at Hulings in the role OI Xlgernon the main-stay of the Xancly St, Claire family. A faithful and'important member of Glue Club a charming Petit Salon-er and an enthusiastic basket ball player Ruth has fill-ed a big place in many branches of college activities. FRED H. AMOIN B, S A A Y 2 Greenville Pa. Greenville High School. A ' ' ' . HFC, 1f foo f ll 0' the milk of lmiizau lCl11'd1I!3 ."-MACBET1-1 ' .Xssistant Track Manager, 3g Track Manager 4 ' i , . "Sticking his nose into" l 'ib beakers is .l:l'lt7,S hobb I S h1.MhCr' A mmhlc chap with the Stick-to-it ive megs 3AmaXDects todfollow in the footsteps of I I .T ., t, I , -, , 4, 1, A V,, . ', ' - ' YS 211'0ul1 to help with class stunts "Ti '-Ullfcfqfll 93 ll? ifll2w11?1.t- lldql-lx' is his middle name and he has always been one of the C GUN. 4' ' ah- - 'UC 1bC1Dle of Dr. Lee and has the ability to become a great 1 -H1 V, Y llhhhhlhllllllilllllllllllllnllIlllllllIlllllIllllIlllllllllIllIIIIllllllIIIIIIIIIIIIIllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll af ' llllll Ill lg llllllllllllllll iit:1lllr2!e!lIl llllllllllllllrllliizzifllfillllvLII iii!! Illlllllllll 00 DORTHA R. ANGOVE A. B. A Y SZ Oil City Pa. Oil City High School. The hand that made you fair hath. made you good. -Mexsumz FOR Misixsuiuz. Petit Salon 2 3 4 C'lreasurer 3D' M. N. S., 4' Student Covernment board 4. A sweet delicate flower -thats Dot Lut yet with all her gentleness Dot can hll thc executive chair with ability a.nd dignity while her friends are as numerous as before. llot is contemplating teaching we are told' one is prompted to suggest photography as a possible altchr- native if one may judge from the many samples of that art which decorate Dots room and win her affection. Dot is a great l'rench authority but by no means a grind' she will always help it on' with good hard worl' if necessary, . i WILLIAM JEFFERSON ARMSTRONG JR. A. B. A A v Kane, Pa. Kane High School. Let Hercules 111.Il1S6lf do what he may. '-I'I'XlNlLET. Varsity Debate 1 3 4' Oratorical -Xssociation-Secretary -- President 3' X, M, C, A, Cabinet 3 4--President 4 Cpartl' Cerman Club .. 3 4' Biology Club 3 4' Quill Club 4' hloving- Up Day Speaker 1' Class Debate 1' Class Basket Pall 3 4' Class Fi-ack 3, 4. Bill has the rep. of living up to his nickname lnull . He is strong sturdy and sure and made an ideal president of the Y. NI. C. A. It took him three years to learn that he w as not a distance runner but devoted his fourth year to short dashes for Hulings. Bill is slow on the start but like a steam engine gradually picks up speed. He found time to write orations and deliver debates when not busy with b'1sl'et ball, wrestling and boxing. It is with the deepest :eb ret tnat we hand Bill oy er to the Penn Medical School to become Dr. Armstrong. I' 1 . li 1 .1 V 1 4 1 fl V V ly I ' 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 I '- 1 H V 11 1 Aa 11 1 5 ! ! rr 1 1 1 1 1 V 1 Y 1 si K D L 4 1, , 1 c 1 1 1 1 X1 1 1 . 1 x 1' 5 4 1: 1 K M . at bg. ix 111 -. . 1 1 Q . 1 521 1 x 3. .f 4 I 7 J 41 1' , ,. 1 fi' J! 'Z l z L 1 7 1 1 1 1 1 91 , , ' , 'P 1 1 C 1 7 1 1 1 1 y y , , , ' 1 1 1 '- 1 1 ' 7 1 1 1 , as 1 11 cy C 1 1 l' t 1 A 1 1 or 1 -1 ' C y ' 7 c x 1 1 ga- 'A 1 1 c 1 , . In 1 - r X D -1 llllll Illn llllllllllllllll iiuazlllmilll IllllllllluuuurlllliazslllfillllvllI uiil! llllllllllll I-lOlVIER MILTON PAIL A B A Y P Co11neautv111e Pa Sprmgboro Hlgh School I cvalzmzt hun lzealt whole As YOU LIKE IT Gexnmn Club, 3 4 lliillllfil c'nnc to Xlle heny W1th the 111t611t101l of l3CCO11111'1g' an Ep1scopal1a11, but just bc' fome lent clecxclecl to 1en1a1n a Methocllst Iudgmg hom appeaxances he would have been an A stnclent nn Hebmen In the absence of tlmt subJect he took the next cho1ce Ge1man He sl1a1es mth D1 Nlulflngen the honom of bemg 'mble to tlunk 111 Dutch He completed h1S wo1k the Hmst semestex of lns S mor veax and went to the Lmesv1lle H1gl1 School to p1epare new Students ox Xlleghenx s Guman clepaxtlnent LAWSON GREENE BASH A B A I' A Waynesburg Pa Waynesburg H1gh School llzc ladx rlotlz plolcst foo much metlzmls IIAINILLT ' -1 llkcf lfill 3 4 lwse lull 1 Class Basket Ball 1 2 BlockA u l I hs pxcchluctxons haxe gone out 1n favoz of the atl1let1c an-:na and the mov1c xhmue Xllnle not follonmng the Z1ClXCl'1tLl16S of Charley Chaplln and 11211 P1ckfo1d O1 the dun Inc xxx usuillx to be found at the half back os1to 1 y 1 I1 Mtg fm tm bqikct b H team D 1 n on tue foot ball eleven O1 cagmg 1, . .Q lg llllllllllllllll .n ' ll Lee! I I iiiiil iii'-ll mm II ul." lllllllll i .ff 'sa 'Q- .Q-:. x-..:'- 'f' A 114 ...WML-:Hy - ' " ij A F . ,V--1:.,AA:'. K Aegean.. . at rir.r . - '2 ' ' eagle.aSf.,fg.,,-,,'get,teas--afeyg 'U ,- -if If: . 1. IR. ,,.,- I VINA MARGUERITE BEATTY A. . A X S2 Oil City Pa. Merrj as the day is long. -MUCH Ano ABOUT koruiwc. ernrin Club 3 4' Klee-O-lxlect 3 4' M. N. S. 3 4' Girls Athletic Loard, Cljresidcnt 4 ' X. VV. C. A. Cabinet 3' Class Secretary 4. Here s to the girl who s always smiling always industrious 'ind 'llXNf'ljS 'it swords points with 'that young villain of . kid-brother. Beatt' surely has the smile that won t come ol? even in a Logic class. She is just bubbling over witl1 spirit and bright ideas both of which haxe scrx ed her well 'ls Vice-President of Ixlee-O-Kleet and as President of thve Girls Athletic Association. lVe sincerely hope to see "l3e'1tt smile as joyously when slae visits us next year as she docs how while livinff with us. SAM GLENN BELL JR. B. S. E A E West Middlesex, Pa. West Middlesex High School. ell said that .cas laid on with a trowel. -.XS YOU LIKE IT. Class Basket Ball 3-4' Class Base Ball 4' Base Ball 3. WVell Sam, there was a time when .Xrter House joys were at an end but now another end of the string has come but why should you care with acres of peach and pear trees. XVe expect you to enlighten the mod rn agricultural world with your farm discoveries. Xou had the mak- ings of a true athlete Sam, but you used them to better advantage in a roll of rice-paper. Nev- ertheless, '1 big hearted genial companion ready to lend a helping hand and to- receive one, too, if necessary. Always ready with a polished joke when thie conversation lags. Good luck, Sam - and keep smiling. a x . l V '1- I f' I " 1 I f s 'Q I3 " ' pu III III v ' ' " E Nl ' s s A I. 5 z ff 1 4.1, le " Lf' " x- it : 1 'fa 'flf' Wit' HGH s fi"-iff 5' t 5 L, 111 I X " ai 1 2 f 1' ' feat' X, B'- . i Q SIU 'til ,rv te ll- j N I r A : A' 1- 'l i li X. 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QiS fX5 Wfr I WGN X 'ff s f S134 QNQ 1 . ef 3. 46,61 f !7 KQELQB 5 W 'X 'VW f sf 111 f W2 , 5 xx 4, , ,x 2994? fl W f 'mf X W 1 531, gtg 1.1igfg,Hi ,M 31323 f 3 '-Y C" var ov Y Q 2',"fiv5"f?'7.f if wx ! lg! fw WW 1 ffff Q ,lm if if-rj: QNE wg if M 3 fr fix X F ag , wwf x ,A ff HW Aww JOSEPHINE ELILABETH BEST A B K It I' lVIeadv1lle Pa Meadv1l1e H1gh School A11 a11ge', 01 zf not, an ecuflzlv pa1ag1o11 CYMBELINE Guls Glee Club 1 3 4 CReader 2 3D IxleeO Ixleet 1, 3 4 Ou1l1 Club, 2 3 4 German Club 3 4 lxaldlon Board, 3 4 L1te1a1y Monthly 3 4 CEd1t0Y .47 Class Secletary, 3 Speake1 at Banquet, 3, Movmg Up Dav Speakem, 2 If you 'nsk uhat Illlzabeth hasnt done at Allegheny, we can say :that she has never made Nloclun Pmblems, lhobumn Club, Duze1 Du or any other pu1ely un co educauonal O1g3.111L3.t101lS, but she mlght have done so rf she had had a httle 111016 t1n1e Qhe IS no less famous for hel CllZllll'ltlC than he1 l1te1a1y ab1l1ty, and 15 also one of the mam props of ITIUSICHI Allegheny It 1S llllll0lCCl that she mtcmls to do settlement WOlk but pelhaps lt 15 not a l1fe sentence She W1ll doubtless 111 Ike he1 appezuanee on the jOLI1ll3llSf1C llOllLOl'l TILLIE ELLA BITLER A B A I' A M9adV11l6, Pa Meadv111e Hxgh School ' 1111 concczf zv 11ca1e1 death 111011 tlzv 0111 1 " 1 Gc.m:1n Club, 3, 4, Pant Salon, 3, 4, fPlCSldCllt 4D lglolcfgs Cjuigg XOE 21145111 She mxqht be the httle XlCllIlOll1tC Nlald he1self,50 pled, 3111, 4, U S ee Club? I' 2' 3' 4 lelhnq hlhe fl Joke an attentne hea11ng, a bewxldered look :func rvfllasomle IS lshe me an enjoy suxe of llllll. exmesses herself Cllllte as uell 111 enhel 1f1enChg:31DGaug1 tlese We me always XlllLllLIlll In fllflllliltllf hues, she enjoys pmtlculally the hands 1 erH1an, as she does 1n ou1 qum, fnncx flCC and llght hearted 'l1ll1e IS leavmg ug, yve 313 glyalgeshle Cml11C0llgQep2ti1eSY?, 58 U al. ll . l IElllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll 1 I I 1 11 J Q -l.. 1- l .ff .4 ,lr tml' .23 H-. :emi ii will l til SQFI Wi SQ its .Ni ETX gt 'N . J-wx , 5 tes. 'ss 1?-se, il ' alms LPN: like NX :5 EN EFX, it-M.: lfe-" QQ lf'-N. lux r r at l :Si St-Til I f"'f1 if'-f bm, li el :ami 1 i Pfam 5 me free! 13-we iwvgl lr if -.Y 1L"'i'1l Sv-.lg 3 Dwi. A-...V , My ' 5: . H'-an ' .mary I 5 Anal l 1 'i it 'l V-...EN ir W... 5... if-f l.X.4vli , --l ' I..-A i ffl . -wel 1 ...M .-,,1 ...J 1 . ...M-4 f. new 9,4 .QA-A ...sa ,MJ ,J 0-4. N,-"T ,gf ...ff . ...fd 1 .f4'1 ...-- ,ff I ,111 L.,-3' J 1-"" .2 x" ,ff 3 ,,.-4 ard H42 1 -'Ci ,f-' .-NJ ' ,-f' 1 fl .f"l ,ff- 1-'IJ .,f, rd .21 ROBERT ALLEN BLASDELL, A. B. fb B K Commons Club. Dayton, N. Y. Gowanda CN. YJ High School. H711lL'I'C is no art to End the 11zz'11d's C0lIXl'l'l1Cfl0ll in the fr1ce""-M.'xCIzE'r1I. Y. M. C. A. Cabinet, 3, 43 Classical Club, 2, 3, 4, Clixecutive Chairman, .gig Tlloburn Club, 1, 2, 3, 4, CP1'CS4lClCl'lf, 45, Modern Problems Club, 45 Student Volunteer lland, 1, 2, 3, 4, tl'resi- dent, 45, College Council, 4. I NVe cannot help feeling that in attempting to describe llobby we are dealing with a person- ality not to be measured in these words. The honors that have come to him have been only an inadequate and external tribute to his inner worth. He has been a loyal friend to not a few of us, fully appreciating all the fun that comes along, and at the same time having interests that touch deeper things than the average student ever thinks of. hvifllill he has taken full share in the college community life, fulnlling every obligation both scholastic and social. JESSIE ERWIN BURNS, B. S. sl' A 9 North Washington, Pa. North Washington Institute. "Parting is such sweet sorro:t'."'-ROMEO AND IULIET. Y. M. C. A. Cabinet, 2, 3, 49 Delegate to State Convention, 3, fPresident, 43. A regular attendant at classes, Fights, Y. M. C. A., Chapel, Hulings Hall and everything else that is going on, "Bobby" has won his way to a much envied position in the hearts of both the students and the faculty. This last half we have missed that big smile of his which used to spread out over his whole face every day and betray so much of the heart within. XVe are sure that he is making good with a vengeance. Formerly a member of 1914, he forsook them to gradu- ate with the first class of the new century. 219 wtf' reiiilr ieflflviifsawsft + l' "vIf'l. ..v1...1,4,1,!i C 1,1 1: ll E Illlllllllllllll gigggl lngggill lil!! Illllllllm GINEVRA ISABEL CAMPBELL A B A I' A Klttannlng, Pa K1ttann1ng I-hgh School I would the gods had made flzee poetzcal AS YOU LIKE IT Y XV C A Cabmet 4 Allegheny has found Gmev to be a steady and 1el1ab1e wo1ke1 who has even taken Latul Xl mth a. sm le XVhen her fruends nant to tease hel, they call her Dnnples IIe1 greatest hobby cspecxally dllflllg hex SCIIIOI yeal, has been taklnff long walks befo1e bleakfast, and 1nc1 dentullg, callmg doxxn on her ge1t1e vo1ce a few unpleasant benedxctlons f101T1 near neighboxs Gmex has taken tluee Blble couxses duung hex college ca1ee1, we axe thus 1athe1 led to sus pect that late has oxdamed he1 fol a 11111115161 s xufe 'PP f ,wff 4 1 '3'1?'x5ftfg+'f" X1 X f "' NW Wx ny ,W WfWQ?" ek 1 we ff W ff" A 'fl ,ff ,fy MZ! if Z ' 'a 2' af,:f135AP'7 Zrkwgf- 'WW A Ea 4 ii We 5 ,fe as ,X-'LRIF 4-'rv Q'-2 :W gsm' M41 WWW :xi SEELEY F CAMPMAN B S Y A E West lvhddlesex, Pa Sharon Hlgh School IIL lar a man I vlmll not loo! upon Ins luke agam :HAMLET Ot 1 all 3 Class Basket Pall 4 C1355 Base B311 Num vns mueh but hewls the dlgmt 4 5 of a see1 loo d Scclu us nntul fox Ins calm good natuxe and admuable co: but tllue, her healt 15 not with us frnolmu ot hte 'ml b '1 1 t ll pamonsnp He laughs to Scoln the f the st'1mlhx': of ilu EI Iss new 130313155 txgllgeejailnltf DIIZ1? always been 3 loyal Slkteenel and one 1 a te Loma. lu um m uch 1 nm tlmt Xlleghem may be p1oud oflyiilul name Camp, and may Success E 1 1 1 T Q 2. 'Q lllllllllllllllllll llll ll I J 'C ' r lllll Ill ' ' . IG . 1 Ill ,. y l lv' . I :nun . ' K In nnnnl . mis 5 A uhg llllllll Ill 'llIl""-il IIIIII in 1' 'llll' ll ll " lllll E l ' l 5 Z 1 5 i i 5 i 1 N 3 1 E i 1 E j i a 1 i 5 1 i : I i 5 1 - - i Q l i Q 1 i Q 1 ' l i ' - l 2 , 1 , X 1 ' 1 - T 5 Z ' ' K 1 : - , - AQAAQ , ' 1 , Q i - A'-HL Q I 4 - : 2 ' 1 U 1 i A i : l i Q : CATHERINE CARROLL . . i : "' l ivieaavnle Pa ,A B It l 1 ' " i ' ' ' 1 : 2 Meadville High School. 2 1 - H , , H M , i Q i I am sure cares an enemy to life. -lwELFT1-1 NIGHT, i u 1 1' : E Catherine is a town girl, living a good many blocks from college, but she's always on time : - i whether itys a class or something in the nature of a social affair. Presumably majoring in Ger- - Q S man though she has taken most of the advanced English courses, and never failed to respond 3 : l when Dr. Lockwood called on her. Supposedly she will teach school, but perhaps not for many i Q 1 years. 1 1 D Il 1 i E 1 i 1 1 - - 2 1 - Z 4 i l Z i 1 l 1 ' 1 C 1 ' - 1 1 1 Q I - ' l I 1 . 1 I - 1 U 1 R i 1 l ' . Q H 2 I 3 -5 1 , i i 1 , 1 Q --ll : .. 1 i a : - 1 S i : - : A 1,vfQ.c.-,.fJx1'1ta'naw"' 22515354 i : , 1 1 l - Z A ' - 1 - 1 - 1 : Q - 1 l A ' Q S i l U i i S :I MARY CARROLL, A. B. g: 1 Q 7 2 1 ui , lx K T l 1 i i i : -' : Brookville, Pa. : ' 3 Brookville Hi h School i g i g - 1 1 Z E l "Let me have men. abouf 'Hl8'U--JULIUS CAESAR. i : : Glee Club, 1, 2, 3, 4, CSoloist, 2D3 Klee-O-Kleet, 4g Tennis Manager, 3, 43 Y. XV. C. A., 1, 2, 3, 4. N : Q : I Besides gaining numerous friends here at college, since her entrance among us, Mary has also 2 4 3 gained .numerous pounds and has become one of the big women of the class. She is one of our l 4 , i sweet singers, as well as a star of the tennis court. Bes1des a marvelous mental development, her i 5 - heart has-expanded accordingly, and her meteoric career through college has been inarked by : a 1 many victims of the stronger sex. i i 5 i l f 1 3 4 1 ' i J i 61 i g 1 i 1 g li :ai 1 s s IIllllIllllllllllllllllIIllIlllllllllllIllIlIlllllllIIllllllllllllllllllllllll af , - W l J 1 ' l l li - 4 A . O .f e llllll Illln I l 'llllllllllllllllii11:1lll!2!e!lII lllllllll lllllilllii::sflI.ilIII1Lll1i:!!lII IlllllllE HELEN COLE A. B. Teutonia. Meadville Pap Meadville High School. Modest doubt is called the beacon of the wise. -P. ANDRONICUS. German Club, 3 4. A Although '1 resident of Meadville and. part of the time living almost down doWn,'Helen 15 neverthelesf a log al and devoted member of 1916. She is always on hand for a bood time oruto help out in class affairs but she doesnt neglect her studies either. She cam-e up to college with the intention of inajorino in German and has never wavered in the pursuit of her ideal. RAYMOND ANDREW cox B. s. A 'l A Kane Pa. kane High School. He jests at scars. -ROMEO AND JULIET. 1 3 4 CC21Dt ' 4 - Tennis X1 - - 13 I u A Club' fingley Biological Club. I 2 3, 4, Cl ana el, 45 Oc WYS ll'llllC will go clown in the annals of Alle he 1 ' - - -1.11511 1 . .b t-1, H1 1 H F . A 8 NYS H'E1lC.t1C,1CQO1'Cl as one of its most 1,111 11f,S?f 1:1?1NGliSC ylqzccciinainggl foul gong years he has' done scintillating stunts on the basket . 0111 f tl . state. llis three years' performance on tlig fgot lliallofcfjillllisolf thebcilllmplonshlp lamels of the 'i member of the tennis te'1m for the a t t een- T1 lan? and Spectacular' A mul to ict quickly at the crucial momlensts, no Seasons Ray has exhibited his ability to think fast E llllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllIIllllllllllllllllIIIIlllIlllllllllllllllllIIIIIIIIIIIIIII ' '-L1f --4-Q-H -V W. ii - I 1 2 A 1 Q I A Q I 1 H I IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII I II I 1 1 I I I I ll I llllllll C6 l I 1 2 2 i Q l it w l L, t. N: l N.: llflrf 2 ,ml l I x x ,,,, N S TS cu ,mi ls. ps. . CN Fill bl Si Es. 1 els.. I LQ ,. is v N S N x l Fr 9 Q 4 X fa, se, Wa N i PN' rw the -my Vx. l i Ps rw., -.4 7" -N., r-.M ,...., ,..- ,- wa, 1... 4 ,..-V L.- ,,f n., .1 fl, 7 1 . ff ,A ,f A' f' .1 fl ,f f f' f. X, 1' ,1 f. f' X if K.. K, X, I I ! ,J ,f - I Fw, , Al rl ' il tm, ,,, 1' fi 1. ALBERT GORE CURRY, A. B. fl' I' A Wilkinsburg, Pa. Wilkinsburg High School. "Most like a gCHf1C'H1Ull.,'1l'lAMLET. Classical Club, 2, 3, 43 Thoburn Club, 1, 2, 3, 43 Petit Salon, 4, Varsity Foot llall, 4. "Al" Curry is a big, good-natured, all-around Allegheny man. W'hcn not occupied with try- ing to make us spend good money for pennants, caps, and gowns, he has branched out and made good in everything he has attempted. He has shown great ability on the foot ball field, always putting up a stubborn fight, and when he preaches, he can put the power of the gridiron into his words. "Lem" ought to make a whirlwind of a preacher. lt will take a big man to hll his place here. VVALTER MARK DEPP, A. B. A E P Commons Club. Punxsutawney, Pa. Punxsutawney High School. "He left a promise fo return again."-.'XS Yo,U LIKE IT, Varsity Debate, 1, 2, 35 Classical Club, 2, 33 Thoburn Club, 1, 2, 35 Modern Problems Club, 3g Class Debate, i. "Deppie', has had the novel experience of spending his Allegheny Senior year at another school, Cwhich, he being a Methodist preacher, is Boston 'l'heological,D but his previous thrge years here left an impression definite enough to keep his classmates from forgetting him. It is sad to think that he never attended Senior Tea,-but not hard to imagaine what a popular attendant he would have made. "Deppie" is a preacher of the sort who makes his friends among Riff-Raff as well as Thoburn Club mren, and whom the former, even while they accuse him of laziness wel- come him as a man and a brother. ' 63 '5 llllllllllllllll iiii!llII!!!!!lII Illlllllimll iiiiiilhllllllll ui::!llIllIIlllll wwf. .223 137' FRANK RUMSEY DICKEY B S Commons Club Conneaut Lake, Pa. f Hartstown High School, Allegheny Preparatory School. Albeit unused to the me ting mood. -OT.HELLo. ' Credit must be and is given by' everyone to Frank for his plugging persistency and deter- mination to finish his college course in spite of numerous difficulties. Starting back in the days xx hen there nas a prep. school after finishing his prep. work he was twice compelled to postpone the completion of his course and at that his actual time spent here has been only a little more than three years. He looks slovx is a remark sometimes made by those who have come to l-:non him but he s a darned sight quicker than you think. FLORENCE DOWNING B. S. S K K I' Meadville Pa, Meaclville High School, rl I l.Girs Clee Club 2 3 4' Leader of blee Club 4. 'oss Vis '1 D112 enough heart to take in the f ' h d :gf the fwculty in qclclition. fShe1is a constant attendantiniii U31Sgigiicilldggjiliinsnbgegvinalgbliiifgnai 'ir 'is to raise a tiriving 'uni 3 of mice. Under her efficient l d 1' ' his had 'in especially successful xear. Sl l ea ersnp the- Girls Glee Club htr chtcrful willingness to lenlcl a hanil: Iii lgigizifegt aacanildate for Phl Beta kappa, but whoit School. HY 11ne has endeared her to the it 5 R S , . . . 11 1 U i 4 Y 7 ' C cr , V , IK , V 77 V lc 9 , 37 I , I Y Y "I lmrc no other but at womazfs reasoizf'-Two GENTLEMEN 01: VERONA , , .. I I , I, l , ' 8 2 tt C L L 1 1 1. 1 L Y 7 7 1. L l L ' 7 7 7 1 :s 5' 77 64 I . lm . 4l' I , K. 5 5 1 1 1 1 1 S 1 - l lttullullullllluuulnum n I mul I I I I , nun 1 1 1 1 .l .. TS il lil .l. El il ll ii"wl New wma!! .la A l lf' lil la Q? L: . Lift I I N x l l ilw 'S , 'K 1 l l Tv li? bl tix. lil l ,Q . rbi Lil llyl .fel iliiil llfl 1 La lei lg... 'lui IQ r LM li-J lr? 1 Ci l leaf lftt iz. ile- rr' ie.: ll-l 3 Vjj er.. i l :wwf 1 rl--fl 4 L... E l l H"" I i .lj l LM . Ewa iv .W W' yd. an .1 gf. .F .,... si , .kg V' . . 1: ,f ., il" tw' 1I'i 1 li L!! sf' if if We E2 1 lf". if. mfr .ff .f" 2, ,f ff' , I wi Al if 'K L . y I i , Y . HOMER EMMET DRAKE, A. B. 411 1' A Ashtabula, Ohio. Ashtabula High School. "He is well paid that is wel! satisfied."--MERCIIANT or h'ENICE. Classical Club, 2, 3, 43 Thoburn Club, 1, 2, 3, 4, Oratorical Association Secretary, 33 Class De- bate, 3Q Philo-Franklin Contest, Second Prize, 3, Gym Instructor, 3, 4. Smiling at all times, "Duckie" has won an enviable place in the hearts of his class-mates. No one ever said that he didn't like the girls for his actions tend to prove that he does. A preacher in fact as well as in theory, gaining much outside experience all the while andlin turn continu- ally exerting an influence for good among his companions. He will certainly benefit any coin- munity into which he goes and just as surely will his loss be felt at old Allegheny. LEWIS J. DUNDON, A. B. Lb 1' A Edinboro, Pa. Edinboro State Normal School. "He was ever fvrecise in prouzire lt'C0f7I'llg.U-BIEASURE ron NIE.-XSURE. Cheer-Leader, 4g Glee Club, x, 2, 3, 45 Duzer Du Cast, 2, 3, 42 Biological Club, 2, 3, 45 Modern Problems Club, 4j Class Base Ball, ig Class Basket Ball, 3, 4. After putting Edinboro on the map, K'Red" came to us. I-le has been in the limelight ever since his first appearance on the Hill. He mixes music, dramatics, and athletics in a very un- canny fashion. During his Senior year he held the 6'lVfatch Me" position in colle e cheerin and , , , 3 g favorably acquitted himself. "Reds" hobby is Rapid Transit and a network of tracks will no doubt hold him in its grasp before he has left us very long. An admirable type of Alleghenian. 65 e l I r.. " I lllll 15 lllllllllllllllliiiarllllue IIIllllllllllulllllllli::1-ll'ilIm'llui"' lllllllllll I WILLIAM ANDREW ELLIS A B A A Meadvllle Pa O11 Clty H1gl1 School flzex sm bm! men me mo lldcd out of faults BCIEASURE FOR NIEASURE Campus 3 4 Qlcl1fo1 1llCll1Cf 4D Va1s1ly Debate, 2 3 4 Class P1es1de11t 3 Glee Club Ac compamst, 3 4 Ou1ll Club 2 3 4 CICXCCUIIVE Chanman 43 Modeln Ploblems Club, 3 4 fPlC'SlClCllt 45 X M C X Cabmet, 2, 3 Petlt Salon, 4 Duzer Du Cast, 3 Oxator1cal XSSOCVIIIOIT Pleslclent 4 l1ll ms much 111 the DLll7llC eye 1ou111al1st1cally, scholastlcally, and adm1111strat1vely, and 111 the pubh cal oxatoucally and I'llLlSlC lly llc plays the P18110 111 those places most frequented by the student body lll 1ts navel Dlllalfllt ot cultule and w1thal and 111 sp1te of all tl1e1e are few men xxxth ITIOIC fl1CllClS Xmld all the unpmececlented 1516551116 of 111s dut1es dulmg Semor year, h has ncvex once fallecl to lllllllltillll that CllgI'1lf:1CCl, u11l1u111ed cal111 wl11cl1 typllies l11s cha1acter as a gentlem'm of schol'1rly lexsure W f LOIS CLARA FOSTER A B A ll A Oakmont, Pa, Oakmont H1gh School Sxlcntt xv Ihc fvczfccfcvt lzcfald of ,101 MUCH XD0 ABOUT NOTHING Classlcal Club 4 X nnxiuxe of clemuxcnu shxness 'mtl llU1ll0l thats Lo1s l1om the twmkle 111 her eyes ue H1011 I1'1l some lllll0'll'lOLlSlN funny thought IS fillm he m l l t fl thoughts when spoken 'xll thc mole hcc1use they are so life ll OISIHIIZIS 2?afcecllVcl1e1?sbIlIeczIl12loengSl:1Ee lllll1'l0I'l'llS hx gcttmg m X m hex loglc cmm and by keepm culet ab t t A d rkef for cl'1ss stunts with 1nnumer'1ble clcxu g l Ou 1 goo wo and attlstlc lfleas 1 no Om L L UU muh Ioxs has made a p ace for herself that Elllllllllllllllllllllll lllllIlllIllIlllllIIllllllIllIIIIlIIIllllllllllllllllllllllll I'-' 1 S 1 1 E S 1 l 1 1 1 i Z 1 2 E E 4 ' h Z 1 1 1 1 1 i i 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 Q 1 1 Q Q Q E Q llllllllllllllll iirmmraseilll IIIlllllllllllllllllffgfllfiIulvlll ni:!! llllllllllll HAZEL MARY GASKILL A B Meadv111e Pa Meadvxlle H1gh School You are full of luelty anstuerv Ks Xou lim: IT G 1ls Glee Club Gem b because Hazel IS have lxked to but we do know that she IS the solt to be E1DDlCClZllCLl Ul1fOltllll2ltCly for Alle gheny hex entne affectxons ale not ulth us but then she pnoblbly null not have to teach school fox very many YCHIS a town g1rl we dldlit get qulte as well acquainted xuth hex as ue xxoulfl HELEN GATES A B It Ix I' O11 Clty Pa O11 C1ty H1gh School lf lzfe zx dfeux He come lr not tht suzd NI12xsURL Fon BIIIKSURE Gelman Club 3 4 L Pctxt bwlon 3 4 Xlll3UCCIf3.l1C3.lSC 3 4 Plesldent ot' Student Govezn nt Loaxd, 4 Clumor Nlelnbex 3D M N S 3 4 Stlll uell llkecl 'llthough she his been holdmg the relns of the Student Goxexnment 111 hex hands fol almost '1 xeal Houex ex, she dxne ulth a JL'ldlClOl.'lS hand and thele have been no revolutlons nn hex SI11'lll lungdom XVhether Ol not lt xs due to her constant assoc1at1on xx 1th the file clncf she seems to hue a tendency toxxznds 111.11115 Houexex ue hope that thls IS not a SCIICLIS m'1n1a, and that she xx 111 ICCOXCI xn tnne i i Y , i l I 4 i r i i v 1 1 4 'C illllllllllllll .na'llll'f!!!lII Illiiiiii iiii55ll'1IIIIv II ui." llllllllliii FRED D. GEALEY A. B. Z A E Oil City Pa. . Oil City High School. p You shall do l7ZC'll"U6l01l'.S' wisely' -HAMLET. 'assical Club 3 4' Duzer Du 1 2 3 4' Y. M. C. A. Cabinet, 3 4' 'lhoburn ub, 2 . 'X young man of sucn extreme musical ability that he was allowed during his Senior yea' to grind the chap l organ. l'red is the kind of a fellow that people app1'-eciate-accomplishes 'a lot of things and doesnt make much noise about it. He has a keen sense of humor and a philo- sophical mincl' the latter makes him seem right at home in Dr. Henkes classes. It seems that he intends to be a missionary and since he isnt very portly and most of the cannibals have al- experiences to future generations. EDITH HALL A. B. Teutonia. Meadville Pa. Meadville High School, "U fl"SU"-" Cliff-Y-P71170-Y0l?f13. -INVELFTH N1-'HT liology Club 3 4, i l'hcrc arc rcallv some liologv courses which l'dit ' . 1 - - ' . - L h hasnt t k - Iictuiclcnl. IXXQ suppose she knows almost as much as Dr lEarliziivelbiillglifllstilgjibbtabltlisiilglilllidiilz wont risc aim all rcsponsibililv for creating such an im I' ' 6 ' O .Q . Q . - f piession. She is also o f I f 'lf I rciy l 1. rt Irofessor Ross and always willing to hel ' ne 0 me alta u .. ' f p some ' ' . Lssignnic-nt . .Xllcghcny needs more such people who know llgxetgvlgi l.gl5lIgt2Kigg1gtgL1lte Ovel the 1- f . . i - , r r' r 1 I lv f ' l' H 5 4 . 5 B 1 .5 l 1 .4 1 r 1 1 l 1 1 1 1 1 1 S l - A i 1 l 5 Q 1 I - 1 1 - 1 I i , . C19 5 J 7 7 3 J 9 3 I I 3 i 3 3, 4 ready reformed anyway, he will probably be coming back to Allegheny some time to tell h1s E ' 1 2 : l c Z ' i E . H i' P: r 1 r 2 I I rf i i 1 Y i i 1 1 i X Q i . '- 1 1 1 1 5 E if I 1 ,U , L v J i , 1 I , 1 V , L 1 Q E il s r gs i ' 4 , - r L l E . E H an 2' " 5 '4 . r llllllmlllll . , Q li '5 llllllllllllllll iiiaznuilreeeilll llllllllllllw iiiE5illflllll'.ll un!! lllllllllll QPU' owl? DAPHNE HARPER A. B. Harrnonsburg Pa. Meadville High School. Those about her From liar shall read the perfect mags of l10ll0lH'.l-'IIEYRX X III. College Council, 2Q Ixlee-O-Ixleet, .. 1' etit Salon 3 ' i . il. 4. This little lady lived in toxin three years 'ind hence ne were not as nell 'icquaintcd with her as we might have been. She made her first public appearance txio years 'igo in The lxcvenge of Shari-Hot-Su . She has been taking lS1'C1'lCll for four years until it seems natural for her to t'1lk 't. She possesses some of the 'ittributes of 'in aanateur comedian but in reality is, seriously ' - clined. lrVe shall miss her when she graduates. HAROLD VERNON HARPER B. S. Butler, Pa. Butler High School. ' 0"U 15101 'cf' cr rc'-izf. -As YOU LIKE IT. Modern Problems Club 3 4. Lilliken has 'ilway been one of the most conspicuous men on the campus during his so- journ 'it Allegheny. He alxx 'iys n1'in'iges to 'ittend ex erything that is going on but nevertheless he is '1 student of the highest rank. I-le is a recognized authority in whatex er courses he takes much to the disconifiture of the professors. Harold is possessed of no mean musical ability, being' able to pla5 'ilmost 'inythin from pool to the piano. He expects to be a follower of 'XesCul'1pius. , ... ,- J I. ,, ri .1 V 1 -A Q P. A fy ui QU. A 4 " " S A Y .- " . uq Q " -1. 5 Q . 5: N .- fi I I W M A , . Cb A f Da Q A CD '- 2 s-4 N Lu 4- A .. S N. S' N ,U ., M S I A S Q f- . f , i ' 4: I I' . Q ! P11 1 A I ,- v , J .dv H.- 3 ll F ,-H, l l C 1 - i 1 i 1 S - Z 1 1 1 i I 1 1 - S ji 1 C 1 - I 1 1 1 it 1 1 1 H i i fi 1 1 1 -i Q I 1 i 1 1 1 1 1 S H S D- Q 1, - wi 1 1 1 - ii 1 li I 1 H i I - I 1 H I i 1, in Q - F.. 1 'C iliilillllllllllm.'lIll'-!!flllllllliiiiiiiiiiiiiiii!ill'1lllll lllu."IlIlllllliii -:L 51,1 HELEN GEORGIA HASEK A. B. A 1' A Franklin, Pa Franklin High School. A , Man delights not me nor woman 116itll67'.'r-HAMLETi'-- German Club 4' Biology Club 3 4' Petit'Salon'j' 4.' Helen is the kind of a girl one can always depend on: kind Mhelpful and a general good friend. Recently her chief diversion has been bribing Miss Smith' to leave her patients and accompany her down to the movies. fhe bribes Helen has 'honestly earned teaching German to thc eager students of a near-by High School. Allegheny will miss 'Helen next year' especially will there be a support gone in some of our famous modern language rapid reading courses. EL-MER WALLACE HICKMAN A. . E A E Arnold, Pa. Arnold High School, New Kensington High School, "Your mmm is great in mozfflzs of wisest ce1zs11're."-O1-HELLO, Quill blub. 2, 3, Q42 lialdron lloard, 2, 3, Cliditor, 453 Duzci' Du, 1, 2 3 4. nlodern Prab- lcms Llub. 3. 4: Class President, 45 Literary Monthly Board, 4' Reader ,fan Giee Club 4 ' ' vi . . , , 7 ' .ln most of the hue arts 'lliclf has the original nine Muses faded to a finish and then some. l Ileas especially famous for his "innate dignity", though some of his many friends can testif to liavmg :teen him become really frivolous at times. Is, perhaps the busiest man in school yHC decorated the lxzililron for four years and steered the equi-Se of 2916 thl-Ou h a Storm t' afe lxinilinq. ln fact is an Ufllflllltlll in almoq any Society IS familial uid gn yfsea Obs - iical irurlrl and is even supposed to have ka future connected with the vfohtiiffliisijects 0 the t eat C, . 70 1 1 ll llll lllll -Q llllllllllllllllll I 3 L l 1 C ' r l Illll I ' ' 3 IC P- f 1 In" v' - 0 Illll , 1 ' Mb. . 'I Q I nano! . .5 L A N., s I I Ill ' I N - Q N - :- ! i 1 5 1 i 5 i L 1 S Z , i z 3 '11 - A i li E 1 3 RX ' -ft N i it 'ff . A 1 5 3 f if .X 3 - g G' " . Q l , 1 i - ' 2 : 1 - 2 Q 1 g i Q i 3 - H i A i - 1 ' A i : gn' ' f if-' : Z A RAY EARL HOFFMAN, A. B. f g 'l 34 ' : . -' A X P 2 q 1 Phalanx Ohio 1 1 - ' ' . H 3 - Chalker High School '- Q 3 I . . , U1 : : ' As proper man as one shall see in a sum-nzer's !'I'l'lj'.!,'1'NLID SUMMER NIGHT'S Dm:.xM. 2 - l Glee Club, 1, 2, 33 Class Track, IQ Class llase Ball, IQ Classicfal Club,'2, 3, 42 Modern Problems : 1 3 H , . . Club, 2, 3, 45 Varsity Base Ball, 3, 'Block A Club. , l : l Hoffy is a mild, sweet-tempered, gentle fellow withfred hair. He went through a whole . S 3 : collegeucourse, so he tells ns, without ever having any bafck work. As I-his indicates, he is very 1 1 i mdustrious and he enjoys his studies. "Carrots", as he likes to be called, claims the honor of 1 Q : having been the pitcher in the .box when Casey struck out. This y-ear h-e has been doing all his 1 1 i college work in' the mornings, in the afternoons hefhas b fn' teaching' Math. and English at the 2 : Q lrligh School.. 1-Ile Isiems bekmaking zi great sucloess' lhpedagogy, and if he continues in that, i - T me we prec ict tiat ie wi ma 'e a num Jer o mar 's It e world. l - Q , f ' Q - i , r A 1 - i ' . i - i , i : . i M5.1:1: gI .:' j,--4? fP,:L,9i:,Z5i .V.'.r.i-D-:Zim F ,- ff:-,lf 1. 3 1 ,f'g1'f,gg- '-.f.. Q. Q3,gff3g:5ig'f5,r-g,3.-4.31P.-,5,If'f-155, . . i 1 3 .,.2-j'.2L?f5- ' i ' ' Q i i ' ,Q 'Q A 1' ,7 If : Z - l h digg, t. ri? . ' 'X ' l 1 s 5,g,.h E ., . . ' 1 , 1 time gal:-,.' ..1 - 1 l i '-kia , i Q-. . Q C ' ' .FH i 2 :. i - -" ' new 1 i ' ,' 5 "- -f' ' 1 iv , 1 : ,J:,2,Es 't,. , ' , .- , 1 CMM : : ,561 'iCy'1"' uf- '..'.'.,Q'1--.-1' f "C L " "' .,' -' ' -'lvl L 2 'M u -I - . I-I l l 1 . . ' xff+XGi-51-we , .. .:,QQZ2,i:g5'-- " .2 1 " 1 I - t- " f ' A J' l 2 A 'f-0455 ' 1 . i i 1 . A ' A l 'l"": . i : 7 A , , L t ' 'ff-'f - 1 5 1 -'L -- l 1 1 l l 1 .. S l i ETHEL GERTRUDE HUDSON, A. B. i l . - I i A I' A A' l a 1 . 3 l 1 Greensbur i g, Pa. 3 1' - - . i Greensburg H1gh School. il Qi. ' K 2 "No, I will be the pattern of Pa:ieneL'."-KING LEAR. i I ' l Classical Club, 4g Secretary and Treasury Student Government Board . ' l z - . . . . . 7 4 - V i One thing Ethel never has learned to like,-that lS being hurried. Sympathetic and kind to 1 " i homesick infants on the first rainy Sunday, 'Ethel has made the new girls her friends from their i E first appearance., and has kept them so, too.' She always appreciates a joke in a cultured way- i i that is seemg the point and not laughing." lVe feel sure Ethel will be a fine teacher, but' l : we do think that hope-chest looks suspicious. : - - i 2 - - Q - - ' Y " ' 1 i i 1 W ' I ' Y v ... ...lf- I llllll , '5 llllllllllllllll :isa:llllre!e!lII Illll uunuutwiszzs-ll.il lwlll ui::! llllllllllll CURTIS JOHNSON, B. S. -" A T A, A X 2 A '- Meadville, Pa. Z Meadville High School. "' "He hath indeed bettered better enfpectatiozzs."'-MUCH Ano ABOUT NOTHING. "Curt" has distinguished himself for two things, as an inverterate asker of foolish questions and as a natty dresser. His chief interest in his quiet ramblings over our campus has been at the chem. b 'll' fl ' ' ui cing xx mere he has worked long and assiduously. Th1S y-ear he landed a job as Professor of Chemistry at Meadville High and since then has been acting as sedately as possible so as to F111 as adequately as possible his rol-e as pedagogue. Curt is a member of Alpha Chi Sigma, the honorary chemistry fraternity. 1 MARTHA M. KELLEY A. B. - Butler, Pa. 1 Butler High SC11001. i fence 11170 e.aIl eartlzlg dtgmtigy, 1 .-I .vfzlf and quiet COIl.YCi0ILC6."iHENRY XIII i - - - Q , , . . . A. Cabinet 3 CV1ce-Presic en , - 1 , , 'I . 1 Martha i' 1 sindeil-thcre's no doubt' 'thou I l . . . ' - t tl at. Anyone can t ll f' l ' l ' 'L'lLl'l1llll'lll3I1 Ih'1t :hc is here to be CflLlC'ltCCl and le . ' e lom 161 ook gf quiet B - I 1 'lU'lI1f Xllcghtnx Coll I I UCL lg one of the few wh . . - - he V K 1 X ' , e' t K1 t .I I I o appieclate t i Mrk . H Y. XY' C. .X Fmhgmhcr-llcslgg 1511 tfleuvoted entuely to hex studies and has done fine 1 ,War-Winn: DRUG!! bv the 'Lrnin PM Oqoqlneeqaclqjgies. 'She mdulges frequently in the various i llU.U.lhL ' ' " ' - nc ' ucatloll debartments but seems quite human - l ' ' Mli' Y , f 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ni I 1 1 R X Z I 1 1 2 : - : 2 1 i . , ' E i- 1 f 1 . 1 1 1 3 Z i f 5 a h 1 i 1 i ff U V E 1 Q 7 : f, l ll. lt li ll . us wtt1lc1m,3,XyVQ ,, lt4D,MN5,3,4 M 2 . N . 1 l 1 A H un nn v - t 1 S - 1 ' L xx in ic . 7 , a 1 x x l 1 ss 5 E 72 5 E . Q ' f A f A S E 2' E l r - p ,ffr- li' 13" x l i. ..,i iii. i ' l , . - I Qiai I 1 iigiif Qqflfi . Q ssl ff . .' iii i : V'-.E 1 1 i Qs' 5 i. ij E i Q21 i PNN i i PS- f I" l F" 'Q 1 HJ 1 ix-' i :i""f. 3 ix- ."'l-,, 1 se, i fs., i i fx I Fx. 1 fix , H aww, il., :i '- ii'---K it qi ss nm! ii 'et ' -Qaj , i .Qs P i Y, - ,tial i Q fiztzi .Qi .. lr it l RALPH NEWTON KENDALL, A. B. Commons Club. Conneautville, Pa. Linesville High School. "Sz1z'z's the action to the word, the word to the IlCf1'0l1-U-IIAMLET. Classical Club, 3, 4, Thoburn Club, 3, 42 College Council, 4, Ralph is known for his height, for his unfailing cheerful grin, and for knowing' every man, woman, child, horse, cat and dog in Meadville,-all of which, to say the least, are good ways of becoming known. He is worth knowing, also, as even those who know him best will testify, and probably a certain young lady in Mercer most of all. lleyond doubt his interest in the world in general will eventually lead to the world in general becoming interested in him. if 0 LEE DAVID KEPNER, A. B. tb F a, A 2 P Hartford, Ohio. Hartford High School. "H man lie is of lioizesty and trust."-OrHEI.Lo. Varsity Debate, 25 XVaketield Contest XVinner, 23 Philo-rranklin Contest XYinner, ig Track, IQ Class Debate, 2: Duzer Du Cast, 2. "Ken", as he is commonly called, entered Allegheny with a good track record preceeding him, but was unfortunate enough to have the pole break while vaulting in l1is Freshmian year, and since this knock on the brains he has been closely allied with the denaters and forators of the college wherein he has made an enviable record. He taugh school for a couple of vears before coming here and intends to do the same thing :ifter graduation. Hulings Hall has always had an attraction for "Ken" but the numerous duties of his Senior year have in no way interfered with his frequent visits to the "Governors Mansion". 73 e llllll Illn 15 llllllllllllllll .m:ulll'.!e!lIl lllllliiillllll iiiai::s5ll'1lIm ll nl lllllllllllll EMMA FLORENCE KIGHTLINGER A B A I' A Meadv1l1e, Pa Meadville High School I must hate Izberfy tutlzal As YOU T IIXE IT is Glee Club, 1 2 3 4 lute is vexy small lut m1 hty independent We might add that she has a bit of a temper too but hex storms always come to a iainbow end She is a vemy sweet sin C1 her favorite son being Ile Was a Prince . A good student with lots of push Ixitle has done um formly good cheerful work during her four college years. XVhen asked what she is going to be lxite replies instantly: feach for tlzrve years and then -- Silence is a golden conclusion. ETHEL LILLIAN KLECKNER A. B. 1 Meadville Pa. 1 Meadville High School. 'Noi .vIclf'ing 0' I' the boxnzds of mo! CSfj.i"-ROINIEO AAD JULIE-r , uiwllllfl' dncsllil 500111 10 1112lkC much digerence to Ethel for in spite of her long walk she Q alvnys on lmnfl ax l she always has her lesson, too. One of the good dependable sort as th: sc who know her can testify. She never had the pleasure of residinff t I-I 1' fr l 13 , have come. through all right notwithstzlmi . D a u mos' Ju Seems ,- 1 Y V Y r - V , I ll 2. S 1 1 1 S 1 .1 S 1 1 1 1' 1 1 1 2 ll 3 1 1 E 2. 11 1 Q Q 1 Q Q Q Q Q Q Q , Q Q E Q Q Q 5 5 ln E 5 S 't "i t llllll llll ' l I I" Q. ' 1 llllln r ' 'Q' Ill llll""- lllll' ll "1 'lm' Il ll ' x Nl anus: . 'in 5 4 .., 5 - 4: 3 .. : : 2 Q 1 2 5 - Z 5 Z i l' '- :: 5 1 g ... : Q i J I i 5 I 'f i N 1 -i Q 1 i 1 XX i 5 i , 1 f i i 5 i .9 1 i g 1 N 4' W 1 5 I' t i E i , 3 : 1 i ,..-ff., 1 - 1 1 - 1 rg E i 3 - 5 i 1 : ... : Q 1 ' " i Q 1 t 4 1 ' .1-" 9' ' f t Z : i ' i W ll i 1 : ' 1 1 i u " l JOHN GLENN KLINGINSMITH, A. B. 2 : i A I A i i l E 2 1 Conneaut Lake, Pa. 2 g S Edinboro Normal School. 2 h 1 , . ,, , 3 : i ' Gnfc me another horse. -IXING RICHARD III. i : 3 Modern Problems Club, 4g Secretary Athletic Association, 4. 2 : 1 "Kling" has spent a busy four years with us. Not satishcd merely with getting out his i .- Q 5 classes in good shape, he plunged into the business world as a side issue. Besides acting in thc : : i capacity of commissary at Cochran Hall and attempting to teach the Freshmen that the dormitory i Q Q was no gymnasium, he has also served as Secretary for the Conneaut Lake Fair Association, and : 3 i dabbled in politics as n Dull M005-er - 8 ' - - - 1 8 I i i - Q - I - 1 - - 1 - 1 I 2 i 1 Q Q G i i 1 l D : Z Q ' i ' 1 I - i I 2 - S 1 i 1 Q 1 1 Q Q - Q - 1 - ' Q - 1 l "' "- 2 " il in : I 1 - . 1 :- - l i - i 1 F i t 1. U 1 l C i l s Z Q : li PAUL FLEMING LATSHAW, A. B. i I S I Kittanning High School. : : i Iiittallflillg, PH.. Q 1 1 "Nature has framed strange fellows in lzer fl'!I1C'.Hi'h'IERCHANT or VENICE. 1 l 1 , , D . 1 1 l Paul has completed his course in three yeais, going so fast that the rest of us have seen i 5 i little of him for the dust. His brain, however, has not become dusty, for his occasional cuttin 1 2 S i ' 1-n ' 1 1 1 1 k ' t -- , comments on college life reveal the fact tiat ie ias cone some een observing, Much of his l 4 ' : time he has spent in a solitary room where. no doubt these philosophical theories have been 2 Q i evolved. He inclines toward cynicism, but will probably never become dangerous to society on i g : this account since his disposition is for the most part kind, gentle and generous. 2 , Q 2 1 Z 75 l 4 Q - , Z 1 i 3 l l - 1 'I 'l ii I ' - 1 l 4 li i I ' I llllllIlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll IIII 4 Q 7 V 'I y llllllllllllllll .n.'llll'f!-flll Illlllllllilillllliiiifll'mm Il ui." Illlllllllll EDWIN BARNI-IARDT LEAF A. B. I LD A 9 Irwin, Pa. Irwin High School. 4 E' ery 'ulzg hath a fulzerefore. -As YoU LIKE IT. Clas Debate 3' Classical Club 3 4' Quill Club 4' President Collebe Council 4' IWIHHSUCI Campus 4. Ed entered Allegheny may back in the b lmy days of 1909 but he knew a better class nas coming later and st yed out to wait for it and we are glad to have him with s. A xxorker from the nord go he is in line for Phi Beta Ixappa. Methinks I can already see him fingcrin: his keg and propounding some subject before a big class of students. Another one of A our class who has .1 girl 'lt home. ERNEST F. LING B. S. Z A E Meadville Pa. Meadville High School. fllouc I did it. -CORIOLAINUS. Foot l'1ll llanager 4' Quill Club 4' Varsity Track 2 3 4, ' llfrxl' K very big, -chunk but what he lacks ' quantity he makegup in quaity, ICICI Cf - l W "C 'll 6- ISV! :Sl ta be found in the midst. His college intereslts are very ensniopoliun. lfle frequents every building on the campus even including Hulings 'lherefore I- e f thoie tr l' representative college men , . , B H - ' - - i always welcoinc 'nnonb his friei ls. He i d -'ecaus of his good feuollshlp he is - . s ma e of the kind of stuff uhicl 11 u e s 1 I y be 51' Q lni ex cutive ability as foot ball mana ', 1 IS 'T S Success a I l l D f V 1 1 I' 1 7 ' -I . I I 5 5 I .5 I I 1 Q f Q 1 1 1 3 1 l ' 5 1 ' 1 D 1 - - if if 'M -H M1 ll K f i 1 'J 1 V 1 'W 1 - rf' f, I i .- , - H"U L ' U H f S y 2, 1 1 7 1 s 5 0' 9 1 :J I cc, H V Q' , Vg af Y 3 7 u - I V 7 , Q, , - 1 1 1 1 . - 1 I 1 Q 1 t 1 i l I Q - Q 2 - V i Q Q Q 1 1 I i K 4 Q i 1 2 Q Q If Q I u Y 5 , Q .. . , , , y y f , , , : " 114, is no .1 f , 1 In I Q .. l, lll ieasslnmi ne i , 2 I .. ' i ' 5 le is on o s u x 1' D 7 Q na seen bx s e gel j I 76 " B. Q - N N .l .31 . llgvi 1 - ,. . 1121.1 px-J .Fx lwekxxl 1 t rs' le' I Frei 1 iQ l Fw 1 fy l 1 1-:ml l lag: Ee 1 -we few 1 ee lf? ld 14 lk N l W I 1 1 E1 1524 1-31 ,Pi E ll-el el l-eil l'-'el li'Qi 'QA ll-ml 1 I 1 41 L3 ls..,..l. Il-WJ: limi! lffl all ll-1 lr-41 1 1 lg l 1-A gi--iq Fl lr' 11'-it ll.,-, ll ti fl--1 ll..-ui 1k-J F1-4 L-M 'A 11,4 il-'ll V43 li-""i' ilwfl .AN lll,,4l 1Q'Qi 3,21 V141 llf,-il ,ff ,ff ,Hi 1 K.,-'dl 4 :ag 1 Q - X j Z ,ffl , ,fl "J ill 11.531 . HZ,-i ,. 1 1 1 11 in 1. LULU MAE LYDELL, A. B. A I' A Falconer, N. Y. Falconer High School. "NeI'er falls fo me, I will weep."-As You Like IT. lliology Club, 2, 3, 4Q Varsity llasket llall Team, 3. "Lu" has favored us with her presence for only three years, for she came here from Uni- versity of Minnesota. She has proved her good taste in matters of education, and also spared us her share of unsophisticat,ed Freshmanhood. "Lu" has worked faithfully and yet has kept her good humor through it all. Her voice is always cheery and her greeting is always pleasant. VVe wish her the greatest success in that school we know she is going to get, for she has had the essential "experience," ' , ' iw , ,, , ., . . .,,.- ,. . , -. . ,1. 1 - Zfl-'rw-sv- -1.1.-'T-f?" '.-i5'1i'47?' 2f"tr't A-I-if-. " f" 1 V 7..- 7- H- 'X ' U sf tb' cg, g ag? 2 im psig Qlqw 1-0 g 1- X 4 LEO H. MCKAY, A. B. CID I' A Sharon, Pa. Sharon High School. y 'fHe was 1:-out to speak plain and to the purpose."-MUCH Ano JXBOUT N01-HING. Track, 1, 2, 3, 4, CCaptain, 453 Basket Ball, 3, 4, Athletic Association President, 4, German Club, 2, 3, 4, CPresident, 45, Classical Club, 2, 3, 42 Modern Problems Club, 3, 45 Y. M. C. A. Cabinet, 3, 42 Kalclron Board, 3, Class Vice-President, ig Orchestra, 25 Band, 2, 35 Mandolin Club, 43 Foot Ball Csecond teamj 3, 4, Class Basket Ball, 1, 2. So gentle in appearance is this "lion', that it must be a great shock to an opposing center to play him for the first time. In his milder moods he deports himself upon the trombone, and in his hands a violin will sing. He also acts as "Herr Praesidentu in German Club, where he earnestly encourages the speaking of real German. Most dependable, and yet of late when you want him, he may very often be found Elliswhere. 77 F lllllllllllllllll ammreeellll llllllllluunu-slllaaazslllfiumgll me! lllllllllllll -1 llllll lllu E -g B COURTNEY MCLEAN B S 1, 1 A E 3 Mea,dv11le Pa. 1 Meadvllle H1gh School I tale thee at tlzv wmd ROMEO AND JULIET l31ology Club 3 4 Peelmg omons and cuttmg up cats are Courtney s favorrte past1mes Mac s good nature has gamed for llllll a respected place m the minds of town people and students, belng popula1 wher evel Ins genxal presence rs Expects to follow the profess1on of hls father after he V1SltS Penn for a few years We cannot ask too much of you Mac but do have p1ty on the poor dumb 'mumals wlnle you are studvmg dlss ctmg Your many frlends w1ll mlss you, but Should auld acqtmmtance be fO1gOt? Success to you and remember old 16 HELEIN MQLCKEJNZIE A B K K ll O11 C1ty Pa O11 C1ty H1gh School 4 mazderz ne Cl old GTHELLO Student Xolunteex 3 4 lmre Department 3 4 Campus Repoglter 3 cgullfaaizug 3 llclen Pxthu. Xl'IClXCll7lC om P1tl15 as she IS called 1S a Scotch woman and 3 Presb lumn She loo hrs seen the XISIOD and l1ea1d the call and expects Soon after h ,- 1 1-adug hon to -et out for r for r clgn lands m or rcler r to spr read tb 1 e g She has been one of the lillllflll len of the llre lltpaxtment and IS alway d te gospe llulmks m lesllonsc, to 'x false alarm S rea y O hurry fl-lghtened damsels out of . 9 ' ' , . rr , . Ui I 1 Q ' . . . . Q - - xc 1 aa . cz va A' , ' . . . 7 -, f - I - ca ' . ' ' 1 - , e . ' ' , as Y 1 Q I , . H- ' 1' ' In ."- . ' u-n x. xx: c. fx. Cvabmet. 4: x. W. ee. A., 1, 2, 3, 43 Le Petit sam, 3, 3 Allian F age, 3, 4Q l , , ' ', I ' ' -h , u ' 'vs . I , " , 1' . .1 l S T. D I y ' . ' rr Y , , , , Um I :- Y W A .I Y V Y df 1 . f 5 5 E 5 gn S 1 1 S 1 1 I I 1 I 1 l 2 1 Q E V f E Q l E Q Q Q Q. Q L 'Q 1 'Q 1 1 Q 1 1 1 1 1 1 E 5 E Q E 5 .Wim iw, 1 X l .KH-1 .1 iz i if a . i lib 1 i 1 lx l if it i z l Slit iii : Pe. fiii W1 I Illia' limit' i iii.: lift l A 'sf l fr.: is UT 4 l M'- We PM sr-'Q I Ll' LL ' il "H U--N.. fx Vx lx' i 1 "fl iam. il it 4 fb"- i Q., fix, ' Elm' ,I-aa.. 4 1-f.. 13 " i f-1. il llif' Ha.. Sy... 1 PM Nm. 1 ii 1 1. -Y-,Y . -. i 1. iw- -fY. 1. l .-.mi ir Y, 1. il' 1 ,011 ,nil l l , 1 l 1 ,-1 l-41 l 11,, . ixjl fu.. W ,.,, 1.r .1 li' flfi 1 l iss. f' DAVID ROY MELLON, B. S. A X P, A X 2 Conneaut Lake, Pa. Conneaut Lake High School. u . "Every man has his fault and honesty is li1's."-'l'1MoN or ATHENS. Tingley Biology Club, 2, 3, 45 Varsity Bags Ball, 2, 3g Block A Clubg Laboratory Assistant in emistr . "Red" is firmly convinced that colleges are fo1iind4ed for the sake of base ball and chemistry. He claims that base ball is the basis of civilization. After long study in biology he attempted to support this belief by a theory that the first step in evolution was made when the monkeys stood erect in order that they might play catch with cocoanuts. VVhen he became Laboratory Assistant in Chemistry he gave difficult "unknowns" in order that any student who solved one might feel that hel l1a1d'a special gcalln to become a chemist. "Red" has ability coupled up with a person- a 1 y wnc is sure o ring success. MARION RUTH MILLER, A. B. K A 9 Erie, Pa. Erie High School. "'O what autlzorify and show of frutli-"-MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING. Class Secretary, IQ Class Treasurer, 43 Biology Club, 2, 3, 4g Klee-O-Kleet, 4g Quill Club, 3, 43 Kaldron Board, 3, Y. XV. C. A. Cabinet, 3g M. N. S., 3, 45 Speaker at Banquet, 4, Dr. Henke gave her an A in logicg what more could you ask as a record of scholarly achievement? Popular with the faculty and famous as chief instigator of Ere-drills at Hulings. A conscientious student, but by no means a grind. One of the few people who really say things in the advanced English courses. Has taken part extensively in college activities and is always a moving spirit. Noted for bum jokes, though that's nothing against her character. Seldom Seen without Margaret. 9 7 II, I I I I I I I I 1 I1 Il II I I I ,I II I . I , . I I II I 9 I I I I I I I I . 1 I I I I I I II I: . I ' I I IIAI HIII ALBERT FRANCIS MUNHALL, B. S. A 'I' A Meadville, Pa. Meadville High School. "If he be not fellow 'wiflz the best king, thou shalt find MI11, the best king of good fellows." v ZIQING HENRY V. Class Foot Ball, IQ Washington Birthday Banquet Speaker, 2Q Foot Ball, 2, 3, 4, CCaptain, 355 Vice-President of Class, 4, Deutsche Gessellschaft, 2, 3, 45 Modern Problems Club, 3, 4Q Tingley Biological Club, 45 Class President, 2. As a foot ball star and as a thoroughly likeable fellow, Al Munhall disiiinguished himself during his four years of activity on the campus. In 1914, besides holding down the fullback job for Allegheny, he acted as one of the school's most successful captains. His open, frank nature, and genial disposition made him one of the most popular men on the campus. His abf sence from us next year will be keenly noticed. : ,I I CLARENCE ALMERION NASH, A. B. Chautauqua, N. Y. Chautauqua High School, H71,I!7j' my you are a mrflauclzoly fellow."-As YOU LIKE 11- T I ' I I Cl College Council, 4, o iow many girs ias arence caused ' ff ' If - niany has he shaken hands. and plighted his trotlireciiiliiinagdfewglshinlilnifeelig tbeielnhandivbifcklliilile niainhoncl? All too many, if, alas, he is to be believed. But thgugh he dresses tl . f th villain, and has the black hair and dark eyes, he still does not look the part 151115315160 havg hopes that he niax' turn out to he a good husband 3 ' ' -. . n eminent - ' ' peaceful and law-abiding member of the community. 7 and lespected cmzen' and a 80 II"II'f IIII I I Ip., , 1.9 I I,. , IM., 1 I ' I,,, .,,,.A I :,,. I In, IM, II II I ,..- I II fI ,,,.-.Y II II-" 0...- ,aid I I ...f-W .,......- ...Af I- I I I I 5 ,,......- II:- Iv., I 5... I,,,.... I I I ?....m. I-..., I I I... Li i. II I I i-vm., I I Ixnu I 4 -,......... . ,CWM I"--Q i-... I ,ll I 'J I hid. If-I .maxi ,....sI ,WWI I I -sax., 1.5, I.-- I I 'MI '---Q.. I WI I NNI I-N eI-- -,I rl' I1 , I .I WI I I I""'f-it I3s"" ,Ns In-i I I I I I I I I . I, N'-ww IX., Ni, SN.. -.M I I Inx-MI IXNI Ir-NJ IX. I 4 ,- ws. I It ' MI Ifligsl 1 -s-. I ei Y l 1 M sig: RFU' a lf? R L iw if f . 2 he i TQ: rs lfe lfmr E l gl E La 1 L. l ,Chi Ve l me Q 'W'-.1 i ,N Le-ll el lei l Ei It ' ..:.1 I... FT t'-'ei it.: ug-1+ 'fri , stan in iw Wi h t.-1 V1.4 il . hill ire lr .M-1 1 ae :LM 4-fl G l L1 EL-H 52,9 l P' we VT l . l ia-"2 iff-'l Ji,,.'f+ i ,A r L,,.J l F l 1 rf' I .,,.f E ,fi E 'ff l-'Wi f if! 3 ri": , 111' 1 QA 1 fi t fi 3 F,f"'l -i 4 V1.4 yi 5 Al I J' , : f, VJ, il ,f BENN ELWIN NELSON, B. S. New Castle, Pa. New Castle High School. "How lush and lusty the grass looksj how green."-'l'EMPEsT. German Club, 45 College Band, I, 2, 3, 41 Orchestra, I, 2. Benn, having positive ideas of his own on certain subjects, wishes the following points in regard to his character to be made clear: CID He knows how to spell his own given name, and he spells it with two n'sg C2D He plays all band instruments, but no stringed ones, and he dis- approvcs of rag-time, C39 He abstains .from relations with certain mcmbeis of the faculty for good and sutlicient reasons, C43 He does not use tobacco in any shape or formg C57 Ile disap- proves of profanity except when directed at prep. preachers or orators. Sworn and subscribed to before a member of the Kaldron Board and personally attested by the same. , Ce " K.. l L J- I Visew-I i NORMAN ETHELBERT PHILLIPS, B. S. CI' A O Painesville, O. Q Painesville High School. Hlflflzat a case am I in?"-As You LIKE IT. Tingley Biological Club, 3, 4Q Assistant in Biology Laboratory. "Flip" has recently been chosen Apiary Inspector of the State of Ohio, and we know that Ohio will have at least one branch of its government well taken care of hereafter. He tried to break awav from us once, spending his Sophomore year at Pennt but he couldn't resist the temptationito come back. He has lately acquired the title of UErie4sponsible". Riddle-guess why. But we can't blame him. 81 rl .fix -i, .iii :fl -I fl Xml HARRY H. PIERSON, B. S. fl? 1' A Meadville, Pa. Meadville High School. "Is not this a rare fellow, my lord?"-As You LIKE IT. Foot ball, IQ 2, 3, 4, CCaptain, 4b. A When it comes to anything except foot ball "Hez', is so quiet that you can hear him change his mind However, the Swede is a real noise when he is turned loose on Montgomery Field. lele plyetl left-end on our Varsity for four years and captained the team his Senior year. The Erie Railroad gains a valuable asset when Allegheny loses this man. . , , 1 ' . 4' ' K' - , ' - 1 -' ' . ff 'fnrn-si aff . , ' 1 - HARRY PAUL RANKIN, B. S. ll' K tl' Franklin, Pa. Franklin High School, "He docs not boast."-As YOU LIKE IT. . XYhen Miller wants a blue print he knows wh H H ' prints :is'l1is room-mate "Dusty" is in shoveling in0tl1te?ei1zl?e t82mfgrf,.OE,?b,f- C1315 tasgpoihon forges or 1916. Expects to build a structural iron work' to excellan Fo O Jom t e ions .-X Jolly good fellow with good looks. The fair sex have closel watchbil hrmer corbs rg: ln on his way over to "the little store" to buy Mail Pouch. Sure Zo makeegooslm pass y ul g 82 iillail 1 'Ill l I' It 5 . E 3 E Q - I l Q 1, a l I l "" ' " .....f.. ...fe , .1-un... e llllll Ill ' Vi' I" '. ' 1 llllbq r ' 1. ' ' F -- llll I 'I . ' annul l l, ' ' v 4 D. - Z i - Q 2 - i - - Q 1 -'L".:,1,g:,j. v. rjjq, I ,. . .'v1.fg, g 'L H, iv K, 1 - f"J'f'r"-' 4ffiQ"sf""'5:ii --"?Lf li1"'2'?l"-if-5-le sluf'--. ' 2 .. . n- L . v S . . 1 l . ii..i.z'5 "- '-3 '-'A- - 'V ,s-.-nf-A-sz:-. r-Q ff l 'l 1 - -, I 7 444 Y ' " I 1 - - tgfggx' .,f,:z .n:V A fa f 'X X i i 3 an-'i,1,'.' 341--H 2 .5. , - 'g i i A -,,.+f1gw 5 3.8 I : i 1 .' I v-' , I i , 1 2 ww A I f f f ,' 2 In , . '11 3:12. .3 fi.. tx- if 5 1 W F V A f-.-3 Q 1 A -:.rr:g'g', .' p.. ' - - , j-"vrf., ..:.s,,-1-- t 4 ,gi-4 1 x i i , ' 1 Iygfizifvbwf 32 8.1 ' E 'H' N ' . ' ' V N , M 'ffl-T 1 : . 5 E - 2 g EARLE LYoNs REED, B. S. 2 1 412 A 9 A X Z i - Y 1 - 1 t Butler, Pa. ' 2 Wellsville High School. : 1 l . 1 1 "Though I am not :s'pfIe11t11'e and rash, l : Yet hl1'Z'e I S011lefl1111g in me dg11ggrggf5,".-H,x1,fLET. S I 'i Manager of Literary Monthly, 3. 1 1 . , 1 i E Earle has a good t1me.talk1ng about his girl, claiming he isn't engaged and challenging us i i to DQOVC the C011U'2L1'Y2 W111Cl1, .Of course, wle can't do, although we have our suspicions. A : i fhegnistry student from the beginning, he didn't think itlwortlh while to come back the second i i ia last yeahr after the Fire. But we are glad to have him with us again now even though we i e eld 1 I . l s om see um except in tie Lab. He used to be a rather cosmopolitan fusser, but not any more. i - - 1 Q 2 f ' 1 Z : 2 Q Q Q l l i - Q i l ii 2 Q Q - Q 1 ' l 1 - Q Q Q ' Q l - - 3 Q 3 I C - Q - H 'I - - 1 - i 1 - ' - Q l i Q Z WILBUR WHIPPO REIS, A. B. i - X g Coehranton, Pa. 2 Z Conneautville High School. - Q , , , , , 3 i "The betfer part of valor 13 dzscretzonf-Ixixo HENRY IV. I g Reis has been rather a stranger to the class in someways yet in the class room he is always E 3 conspicuous as one who puzzles the professors on pohtical and philosophical questions in the i E deepest sense. Those who know him are acquainted with his good humor and quiet attitude on : i , certain questions. 'We wish we might have known you better. 1 Q - 1 a i 83 l Q l 1 l l l 1 l 1 - ': an - - - s - K F.. llllll lllln , 'I rn' Illlll 'I i ROBERT L RHOADES B S KIJKNI' Mt Pleasant, Pa Mt Pleasant High School Men of few words me the best men I'IENRY VI -Ias been a hard worker in college Dusty spends most of his time looking foi pmS I and has eained not only a little spare change but also a worthy name to be called ta 50011 C5013 panion Always a standby of old 16 A thoroughly modest Student and 21 gfea 3 ml Chl Dut Expects to see the woild tlnough a transit Witli such Jewish push, how can you CP but make good? 'C 0 'fi ht 313' sith? -34,5 7,4 if: PN if P-ka Alxlxgxg, MM, jxiitgi 5 3 YN A V - " 'fb "ff ' X W EH '.-xii:-,I .4 i 15352 . . " ' teswe site pq,.? e LEONA CATHERINE RIAL A. B ' A A I' A Ruffsdale Pa. A AlbiOI1 High School. I nefer did repent for doing good. '-LIERCHANT OF VENICE. Class- Yice-President -' Class freasurer, 3' Quill Club 4' Klee-O-Kleet ' Petit Salon ' 3 4 btuden. Covernment Delegate 3' Tennis Manager, 3- Y. W. C. A. CCabiiiet,, 2' Treasurer, 3' President 45. Une of the best 'ill-round girl-s who exer left Allegheny. She has a distinct personality,- dreamer who lives her dreams. bhe has been active in almost every line of college work: A good. responsible worker for class stunts' a gifted xxorker in dramatics' an efficient and p0D11l31' '-sic cnt of '. X 7. ' directions leone ns been most sensible firmly believing in the foolishness of college engage- a l'st' t l k ' f ' N . fl inc 'IC next year when we feel no longer the influence of Leone S dignihefl and gracious presence. . A. and last but not least, a thorough, conscientious student. In romantic ments. There will me sf Ellll llllllllllllll llllllllllllllllll lllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll llll 5 1 III 1 III III 1 1 III 1 III S 1 1 1 1 I - 2 1 i Z III 1 1 i 2 1 l r Y Q 'I - llllll Ill I ',. ' l i l lin, - " ' ' L ' N H SW, K ,FL fl ,YK I . 5 V 5 ., . 5- 1 ,,, , 'if 1 , 'Z' it . 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A X Z, A 'I A Soldier, Pa. Clarion Normal School. "Lord, how this world is given to lying."-KING l'lENRY IV. . As a ldevoted- disciple of the teachings of Dr. Lee, LaMarr Richey has bent his energies with L'lI'ltll'l1'lg zeal toward the conquest of the mysteries of chemistry. As a reward of merit he was made a member of Alpha Chi Sigma. LaMarr is a thoroughly likeable man whose genial disposition has won for him many warm friends. GEORGIA PAULINE ROBERTS, A.. B. A X SZ Albion, Pa. Albion High School. "Size -is cz zvomazz and therefore to be ZUOILNKIQING flENRY VI. Campus Board, 3g Quill Club, 3. There is a dignity very fitting to a fair Senior always radiating from Georgia through her refined manner and gracious glances. If anyone should say that Georgia rarely smiles, we would answer that she never frowns. She is going to be a teacher: we wonder if her future students will ind Wlordsworth and Shelley aslsoothing as Georgia does. Besides English, Georgia has shown two chief passions: new, good-looking things to wear, and safe, good-tasting things to eat,-the latter preferably by candle-light. Equally beautiful in Many case", Georgia is a staunch supporter and a loyal Allcghenian. 85 lf llllllllllllll .na'llll'.!e!lII llllllllliiiiiill iiii5ll'uIllv ll ul 'I llllllllllll 'vii' E NELLIE GENEVIEVE ROBERTS A B i AFA S Meadvllle, Pa 1 Meadville High School 1 Do xou think so As YoU LIKE IT German Club 3 4 Oh gnls do you think so?" aie the characteristic words that escape Nellie on hearing a stimulating morsel of news Nellie IS a quiet girl, but her gentle manneis have a very Winnin way both among the girls and with the mightier sex. Her soft voice is a soothing relief from the chatter of the crowd and truly foretells her to be a delightful companion. Nellies great forte is German including language and people, with both of which she is intimately acquainted. I ' :gy wi 3 'iif f-,i,g.:1:,:,h ., , ..., A I- 1. - 7, 5 V. wif. G rafx , Lifvjfig, A N V, V ,, I It .3 A ,, D I , ilgflx fi 14, - ,: 5 . " ,22e:izs-:,.,,,, Iifaffil'-Gif --4'..Ia5i i "r' . sf.: f-f+ .2 - f he h ' J ,y,t if 'I V5 .h GGL hf, U p. , ti, 1--I V fft,, . ' MQ 'r , I' In . . .'7, ,, , f2"t, HAZEL ALMA ROSS A. B. A 1' A O a Oakmont Pa. Oakmont High School. . Port be an lloncst :'o1:.an of her wow' , -MERCHANT Op VENICE. l'lec-O-lileet. 3 42 Y. BHC. A. Cabinet, 31 Fire Captain, 45 Student Government Board, 3' Girls Athletic Board CTreasurer 33 Secretary, 43. For one of her size, Hazel surely has a vast amount f ' maid. the dignified Student Government Board-er, or the alcertvlfiisistggt? fiflfllczijflzfgtfinthvifitioleglslhll ?HlHCIlTY- IlfiZCl lui? always been full of Allegheny and class spirit' she has not forgotten the c rur gery eltier. istory is the role wherein she Stal-5, H ' - . . her room is decorated with historical fx ' , Tl Y er gonversatiou overflows With- lt and beloved Ahumzmiqtic gcicnccn gl116S ius Hazel will be quite at home teaching her 1 1 i Q - l Q i X 1 H i Q 1 1 1 T 1 Q L 1 1 Q 1 Q Q Q 1 f 5 1 1 1 1 1 1 gn 5 1 1 1 1 1 1 .ff . , V K. .X Q -5 'xl I at ,J N . 'H , ski . I fl SJ .1 1 -5,1 if -wk ix xg: Nag aw.. ii rl --.., e, . .l ei l ...J si i .ml . 'l lil l i l 'I l ...J Nl .MJ :Ll i ...J W1 117 -I 1 111 ii l ii .1 'r ,i il ...N " ,N ,f 'l N, - 1 it tai .. -' lv -NJ : J ' il ri 'l-.. all .-.ml ti il MARGARET ROSS, A. B. Teutonia. Chautauqua, N. Y. Chautauqua High School "Age cannot 'wither her, -nor custom stale Her innnite 'Z'l1?"lf:'fj'.U1iXNTHONY AND CLEOPATRA. ' Biology Club, 2, 3, 4, Klee-O-Kleet, 3, 43 Quill Club, 3, 4, Literary Monthly Board, 35 M. N. S., 3, 4, Petit Salon, 45 College Council, 4. A young person of demure appearance, but then appearances are often deceitful. Has spent only two years as an inmate of Hulings but you would never know it. She is' notably candid cven to her friends, but they like her none the less for it. She has taken a hearty interest in all college activities and could be depended upon for performing any strenuous duty all the way from reading papers in Quill Club to foraging for M. N. S. Seldom seen without Marion. GUY MERLE RUNNINGER, B. S. A X P Niles, PB.. Franklin High School. "I dare do all ilzaf do become a l1ll'IIl.'H13IACBETH. Second foot ball team, 1. "Kimo", alias 'lMoki", "Kibo", "Mayor", "Niles", 'iGyp", is one of the last of the almost extinct Riff Raff gang. He spends most of his time looking at the campus through a transit. Wfhen he is not engaged in this manner he may be found in his studio on the third floor of Ruter, making futurist drawings. He claims to be a civil engineer. He is always good-natured, however. He has a smile that you can't rub off and a laugh which, if it were contagious would infect everyone within several blocks. XVith such a disposition he seems fated to have a happy and successful life. 87 's 1 1 f 1 1 P 1 , 1 l 1 ll 1 1 1 1 112' 1 1 l -' llllll l llllllllllllllll1111:ml'.!e!lIIllllllllluulnullllii::2-IIWIIIIIll11."lIIIIlIlllll EJ 1 1 1 FRED HENDERSON SANNER A B 1 1 fb I' A 5 W11k1nsburg Pa i SWISSVHIG I-hgh School - l Ylzele J ll0flll1lg zll can dwell zu sutlz a temple TEMPEST 1 Glee lub 1 2 3, 4 Duzer Du Cast, 3 Class1c'Ll Club 3 4 Thoburn Club, 3 T1e contmual txxmkle mn I'r1tzs eye 1S only one proof of h1s unfa1l1ng good nature I'I1S speclalty IS Hulxngs Hall glrls 111 general but not ord1nar1ly 1n partlcular His favorite stunt IS : to get a date the mght before a Greek or Psychology qurz to get rxd of a httle headache and l then get up at 4 a m to study for the QUIZ HIS clear tenor volce was one of the mamstays of : the Glee Club Made a perfect gxrl 1n Duzer Du h1s .Tumor year You wouldnt guess to look i at lnm that he was gomg on tlnough Boston Theolog1cal School but h1s plan IS to be an unmar l ned mmxster -, WALTFR LELAND soofrfr A B 1 AFA 1 Kane, Pa 1 Kane H1gh School llze glass of fmlzzon and tle mould of form HAMLET ICQL l l mc 1 cc. un 1 e e uzer U I 2 Prcsld nt ' e 4 ln Ins lrcshman xcar Scotnc essayed to become a mack St a b t kl Ins natural lllClll1ZlUOIlS asserted themselves Tllcn he went 111 flor lilraqnklactlcgg?1detheuS'11xl1cearl clubs where hc has been extremely 'successful 1'or the last two years he has been at the head cf Uu7er llu, the college dramatrc club, and by h1s enugy and alertness has made lt a llve 0l'QIH'll7Z1llOll I llllS xeal as manager of the Cwlee Club, he 3150 gave a number of Successful con cuts Scott muls from Ixzme llxgh School but steadfastl Mme about that Y 1HS1StS that there IS nothmg d1sc1ed1 r 1 1 l ' I C i Twin r-sl .M l-. i wi ,jill sgqxi ' ,mb .Qi W .J l I ',M. f I l fl . "Qi Q1 ' -gl -gl '-41-.., 5:31. .-.J N--., I 1 I 1 I is il ,AJ .tal .QQ .li .. ,ll , :si ,Zi A ,ml 5 5 l ffl ,Hui 'Nil 3 Wil 1 fl I 1 1 - Ml I 121 ...ll ll . ,U fll g El gl af, ll ll 4 ,, i l Ui. "1 l. ,. il li . ,, .i fl . at 'iz Al will 1 ,M .Ii fl I l ,I ,, ,lr 4 fl Y -1 l f i I1 w 1 4 0 iw is 1 .lr ' l I 4 - .Ji SANKEY LEWIS SHEETS, A. B. A X P Greensburg, Pa. , Greensburg High School. Hlblore at your request than to please myself."-As You LIKE IT. Class Track, 1, 2, Thoburn Club, 1, 2, 3, 49 Glee Club, 2, 4g Paint and Powder Club, 45 Modern Problems Club, 4. As a green Freshman Sankey came from Greensburg to Meadville. He says that he enjoys the city life, but he shows that he still has some liking for the country by making frequent canoe trips up the "CussyH. He often cooks his own meals up there in true Boy Scout fashion. Despite this fondness for Uroughing it", he believes hrmly in "cultuh" and convention I-Ie thinks that dress suits sh ld b K ou e worn to all afternoon classes. He is going to be a minister and We believe that he will have a large and influential church some day-for he certainly would never accept a sm-all and struggling country parish, LOUIISA SMITH, A. B. K K I' Waynesburg, Pa.. Waynesburg High School, Waynesburg College. "She's beautiful and therefore to be 7.L'00L'd.U-IQING HENRY.-X7I. 1 T' l B' l ical Club 3, 4' College Council 4, Le Betit Salon, 4g Alliance Francaise, 41 mg ey 10 Og , Class Basket Ball, 45 X- W- C- A-f 3, 4- 1 l . Louisa vies with Mrs. Rorer, of cook book fame, as her success 111 the culinary line has brought her rarebits of lasting renown. We have had her for only two years, but as she gradu- ates with us we feel that she must always look upon Allegheny as her real Alma Mater, and hope to 1,3512 in gi lit-tle reflected glory when she has reached the top of Fame's ladder as a "lawyeress',. 89 H - a , V i 4 , . Q I. I l 1 I if L ' 2 tit' 1, .ff . ,J '4 ,i l .1, ,ii -G .,' .M 4 . ill ill 'l ly in lj, lil if it at lit 'nl' II, ,l " Ill 1 l Imllllllllllll giiggqlllqggglllliiiiiiiiliiIiiiliiiiiiiiiillfillllllll Iii!! Illlllliiiii ug, 'i MARGARET ELIZABETH SMITH A. B. ' A T A Meadville Pa. Meadville High School. Is she not passing fair? -TEMPEST. , Classical Club 4. Pe gy ' one of the mos wholesome best-looking girls in the class. She has all offa Senicrs dignity and a bright optimistic smile beside. Peggy lives near Hulings and so her porch is usually crowded of a warm evening with happy giggling girls -we will not mention the ' porch-swing. Peg' has had hosts of friends 'ill through l-er college course. We shall be sorry to lose her friendly smile from daily meetings on the campus, but we are most glad that she is '1 town-girl . i DOROTHY MERLE STEBBINS A. B. Teutonia. Silver Creek N. Y. 1 Silver Creek High School. i Sweet mercg is 1zob1lif3'5 true badge. -T, ANDRONICUS 1 assical Club 2 3 , E Dorothy appears to he a very quiet young woman but she has 3 Sense of humor that WOu1d l Cll'liliC her to draw Z1 laugh from the most ston -heart d ' d' ' - - . , 3 e in ividual. She was once a pillar of E the Crock depsrtment but has since switched her affiliations to history' but 511 ld t l 'my tune lmvv. been accused of picking out cinch courses. Shes the kind ofe gg? 'iiiexiier 3 1 1 ' wiys fepenfl upon d we re sorry to see her , P on ia one 3 I CHARLES HOWARD STEVENSON, A. B. fb F A Coraopolis, Pa. I Coraopo1isiHigh School. "I like this place and 'wllliingfly would waste my time in fit."-As You LIKE IT. Campus Manager, 3g Quill Club, 3g Class President, IQ German Club, 2, 3, 4Q Class Foot Ball, 1, 2g Foot ball Csecond teaml, IQ College Council, 4. To safely and securely pilot his class through its embryo year is no mean task for a Fresh- man President. ."Steve', proved himself the Washington of the Class of '16. Needless to say, he has been making the BEST of things ever since. One of "Steve's', most valuable assets is an ever-ready infectious smile which radiates a kind and sympathetic disposition. November always finds him hieing away to the woodlands in search of the elusive cottontail. If Providence does not intervene, he will take .up the subject of law next year at the University of Pittsburgh. ANNA STRONG, A. B. Teutonia. South Fork, Pa. South Fork High School. "I, thus negleffiflg 'w01'l05f3' .21ld5, all dedicaffd To closeness and the beltermg of my -mznd. -THE TEMPEST. Ouill Club, 3, 4. . , " 1 t 1 Anna has been with us only thiee years but has made more of a record tian mos pei? 6 could in five. She has a propensity f01' Defplexing the P1f0fCS?0r5 with pondemus and pew lar propositions as to the nature gf the universe, per se, ad mvimtzmi. A special authority on the "strong" points of any situation. 91 l l w , "' ' Illlll Illl S t ' . , ll pf , , lv .l ,r lllll . ' 'll llli ' ' l ll "1 lla B anna! . 'Ib 5 4 .5 i ' l a Q 1 1 1 ' - 1 Q - l - ' Q - 1' - l 1 i 1 l 1 3 - 1 1 i 1 1 l 1 Z 3 i l I i - - 1 i Q - - l Z Z - 1 Q - - : "' -I' 2 - - : i E l -. BLANCHE TAYLOR, A. B.. f 3 3 Y 1 i It A 9. 1 : . Meadville, Pa. ' . , '-' E Meadville High School. 1 M 2 "In maiden 1ned1'tati0n, fancy f7'E6.U-'NIID SUMMER N1cHT's DREAM. 1 Q - y . l a l G1l'lS Glee Club, 2, 3, 4. 1 i t Blanche has grown up withla remarkably good disposition since her natural p1'ed1lection for : : social functions has never been .interfered with by such things as student government rules. She i 1 takes the part of Ladies' Auxiliary to Pi -Qhapter of Phi Gamma Delta, and takes it very well, i i we. do declare. She is. noted for her ability at tuneful warblmg, as well as for her cheerful -I' i smile. She probably will not have to teach school very long. i - . 8 1 H - - - i 2 -V l.c,A 4 I 1 1 ' 3 H . - H 2 . 1 ' 3 A - 1 Ill lv l 2 1 l ' 1 1 1 - - 3 1 i . 1 8 . Q 3 1 2 - 'E 4 - - , - 2 JOHN WOOLSON TEAR, A. B. 1 2 fr- A o, A X 2 -ll 1 Pamesville High School. ' : ' 1 Painesville, O. S i "That one may .rnzile and be a q,j11ai,1.H,HAMLET, ' g g Manager Students' Y. M. C. A. Manual, 4, Glee C1ub, 4 i l It was in the fall of 1912 that "T k" I t d ' - . i l 1 ,Tm Tear. from Painesvmc H and wlieztc hcause into our college circle with the announcement, 1 i , v t re wasnt anv degree of xct . i at this wonderful statement, he seemed surmrised d'd' ' e I emen-t 01 awe evidenced i i since then. Is much noted for his daring in such Eiiiatteiisappolptedi But times have Changed : ' ' - latest is the loudest piece of heaclgear ever seen. In 5piteSO?SI.f:lCf' mOu5t3Cl1CS, socks, etc. His , i 1 Somehow or othcnmanagcd to remain true to the girl he left beliiiiilghixiiid the Splreuai Jack has i 1 A 1 i 92 -"' i i 1 .1 Y i 1 f r . . 1 , I IIIlIIllIllllllllllllllIllllllllIllllllllllllllllllllIllllllll llllllllllll lilllll U 1 2 Q I 1 ln 2 1 2 2 i 2 2 F 5 1 f 1 1 Q 1 1 fn 1 1 1 - - - - Z i i - 1 1 i Q 1 X Q 1 T Q 1 Q Q Q 1 Q Q Q , . .. 4 . 'I l 4 I 1 S i 5 3 r-Nil 'r 5 -l , 1 . ' J' 1 f I 'Q ..- , llllll lllll ' at . . . ll 3 IIIIm"llIl'1"'l u " Q - .5 nn! ' '. 5 -- P . IIh.' f 1 5 l .hl . Q 5 1 A E lf "' 2 1 Q f : Q 5 , 1 5 1 i . Q , 1 i 5 ' : 1 S s 1 i Q L 1 l 5 1 l :- Q 3 1 i Q l 1 : 5 Z i - -- 1 : 1 Q 1 i . ' 1 - , Q : , i f : 1 1 Q 1 1 1 1 i Q - - 1 i : 1 l i H ll , 3 ' 2 I-" -I l : : BERNICE TI-DOBURN, A, B ' 3 Q " , Meadville Pa 2 1 I- aM . , ' - i f. 1 - 1 eadvllle Hlgh School. 1-ln 1 b Glee Club, I, 2 3 4' ,StudTr1o sweet was ne'e1' sq fGfGf.N'OTHELLO. I : . ! I - J 1 1. . CII Volunteer, 3 4. Tlngle I . - I i . 2 , . 3, 49 Classlcal Club 3 - Y' W- C Y 10 Qgrcal Club, 3, 41 German Club 2 1 3 f Z Bermce IS the artistic member: or 4t,h '1 ' - A-, 3, 49 Class Secretary, 2, ' ' 1 ' Z 1 1 She 1s.a small ros -ch k .- e Cass and her clever ideas are 1 ' 1 1 i , Y ee ed, determmed lookr l , aways rn demand. 1 1 l i that she undertakes will carry her far 1 h - Hg young lady Whose perseverance in anythin 1 1: A : in the footsfeps of her gl-andlfafhef Bghoir gfolfglgnueys beyond the Seas, fof She intends to folloxg ui . i 1 glge name of Bernice X. Thoburn faimous on both Siii1:i,SCgOE1KEErt the far-away heathen, and make l j : E 1 Stands for, but perhaps we'l1 find out some day. l e Water' We dom know what that 3 :I l S 3 1 Q - - 1 3 i i 2 Q i 1 A l X ' l Q -, 1 ' Z 1 , -f 1 l 1 S ' , 3' 2 Q ,l 1 1 1 ' ll! : - : le : I Z i l l- C - , Q Q i .Qf 1 , i 3 5 vii: 1 ' 1 i l Q' 1' 1 I 1 1 l 52 S -'E E : 1 1 'j : 1 l i P I "" 2. 2 'V f : 3 1 3 3 7 1 ' C ' C 5 3 S ll r . , -: 2 f 1 -a 3 EMMA VVA-RING, A. B. .-. l M l f 1 l K K F S i l Mallsfield, Ohio. g 3 f 3 , - , ' H Mansield High School. Z 53' if : Tingley Biological C1 b gy fgld'b1V is easily said."-HAMLET. , 3 gl 1 LL., Sf 42 C Crit Salon, 2, ., 1 - '11 C1 b - ' ' - -" 2 N- S-, 3, 45 ,l'1re Chref of Hulings Hall Eire lgzexartmeit, ii CXi1rIZVGg?eAC1ub' 2' 3' 4f 2 ffl' - H. W'bC' Cigablnetr 37 4' , , ' ' ' ', I, 2' 3' 4' - L , CHP lg ie of the 'Fire Department t H 1' ' ' I fl " 11 - . , 2 u mgs, and b n bl ,d 1 - i 11 2 r Q Q S3111 af filllliilefnief Riigjlgn 235: bf3uf1fo1f capsbtglrhesdeepu disgust gf tlfjslglegflfg 32325 13222115 -2 i thoroughly imbued with thepi-iriglggc 113215 S51 nlilChDeak1'ngfIV class this year, and has become 1 5 4 - . 'r t th 3 I a ,understands the Importance of Bemg Ernest". so In af at now' more than ever' She i J 'I - 93 Zn' 1 y 1 ' 1 - C :-. 2 - Q , I 1 YY-Y - q ,Vi l I Illlllllllllll l C n - llllllIlIllllllIllIlllllllllllllllllllIlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll 5 ! Wag Q l Y 3' 'fi , , l l l F il 1. ll, r l v 9 1 l l 1 w l 1 l I is l I . i ? z n v 1 P 1, l CHARLOTTE WHIPPLE, A. B. A A X SZ Oil City, Pa. Oil City High School. "E.vceedingly well V8Gd.,IiKING HENRY IV. Petit Salon, 4. A dreamy gaze dwells ever in Charlotte's eyes, the object of which she has succeeded in keeping a very dark secret. Charlotte Hrmly believes that silence is golden,-indeed, some of our "chattery" Seniors would perhaps not notice Char1otte"s quiet presence until some real question is up before them. A few words from Charlotte solves the knottiest problem, while her good "stick-to-it" qualities will put the thing through. If Oil City has any more Charlottes, Alle- gheny wants them. EDITH MARY WHITE, A. B. Teutonia. Meadville, Pa. Meadville High School. "A merry lzcm-t goes all the dUj'."lTWELFTH NIGHT, l2rlith's cheerful smilc and sunny disposition have made her welcome everywhere as one of the most loyal members of 1916. She always has her lessons too in a quiet and unassuming way. She is always ready for a good time but never shirks the antecedent preparation that is necessary for so many college good times. XVe would have missed Editl-Ng. Su Ort in man a S0011 CIIUSC flllfl we shall bc sorry to see her go. i pp y 94 1 X ,l I ."!. I !w1M v.. l- i, I l . l. l r l v , S l S ,, l 3 l i . a y I i ll l! H' ' fs L. i L., i l L, V L, L., 1 We 1..- r 144 l V.- V.. Il L.. L-- L-, I -... . L- - I '- 1 s..- Lu, 1.0, I., ,NT l l F N, .,, S fm., NJ ima sf- 1 .mal f"i'4x an N-,I gm- 'K--L -..,.1 XJ X4 -SE 1 IXN ...xl 'N-.J xl xl sax NN. , :wr ,.,'j ii I . I fijggzf I ., -xv: , w A l . , . , N4 my v JI' A, .A ,,,. l Q' A F M lllll ' V "' 'I yu! I mu' I' , lllll , w Q 4 4 - 1 L A '1 E annum - In 5 Q 1 ' " 5' ' E S .- Q 1 i 5 1 1 5 s 1 5 , 3 5 1 i 5 1 i 5 1 i 1 4 i : 1 i Q : i ' -I 2 Q 1 1 Q 1 1 5 1 .- : 1 3 E - - - - Q Q 1 I : 1 1 : - , Q : - l 1 1 i 1 - 1 1 1 l -. 3 1 - - Q : - - : r-i JOHN LAING WISE, A. B. '5 n i 1 A '1' A ul - 1 ' i : 2 4 , Butler, Pa. 1 - 1 H Butler High Sehool. . 2 1 - " ' 7 , , , - , . Q i 0 dia uetlz out the tlziead of Ins veibostty finer than the staplle of his a,,gm,,e,nt.n : 1 , . -LovE's LABORS LOST. i E , : HLa.1Du4er Dug 3, 4,. hiodegi Problems, 3, 45 Quill Club, 3, 45 College Council, 4. : i , 11 S came 0 us in iis l - - - - - , , 1 . i 1 1 z Xegsiy of- Wfiscoiisiiigl Slilnce his ghiieciniiiltirig?1laifftsioiignihbetliiigeshbsf Iibiiiirallzignwolieic lilacstblivgigil i , z. er ies a - , - - ' . ' . , 1 N : Scholastigsml Ong le ltefaly and dramatic lines. An upholder of class ideals, dignity and 1 Q l Q l 1 . 1 - . , - A .1 - i ' 2 V 2 i -I 4 2 : . l i' 1 1 ' 3 l 1 1 Z 4 ' i , 2 ' . , 3 1 ' l - , Q 1 4 1 1 U l 2 1 1 i l l 3 L 4 i 1 5 i l 1 1 i 2 1 ' i 3 ' i 1 - A 4 3 4 l 1 , ' i 3 MARION LESTER WITHERUP B. S. i 1 ' . 1 i 'I' A 9 i " Franklin, Pa. s i . 1 ll- Franklin High School. A lull 2 "You have too uzzzclz respect upon the 'ZU0l'1d.UlNIERCHANT or WVENICE. : z Mandolin Club, 1, 2, 3, 4, Glee Club, 3, 45 Class Track, 2, 33 Tingley Biological Club, 3, 4, E i lPresirlent, 475 Manager Basket Ball, 4g Assistant in Biology Laboratory. l i r "Ski" is one of the most unlucky men in school in one respect-keeping track of his hair. , E i Fhrce times in his four ears at Alle heny, he has lost a line cropg and the year he missed i i y g . i i there was no banquet. He swears never to be around for another one. As President of the i 1 Ul0l0gy Club anrl an excellent Manager of the Basket Ball Team, he has proven to us his good l 2 executive and mzinagerial ability. VVas formerly a member of the centennial class. 3 i Q 1 95 i Q Q l Q i . l llllllllll C C C - XX M i - - - - - - - - - H - - S - l -- :U Q' 'g fl Q S - i ni IL' I- . If l'l L - - - S - - - - - li- - - H I D .i S - eq il -I i' 'al fl' lv - - Y T Q7 l S - - - K 4 - D - il If Y- 7- Q - - - - - - - - - - " Illlll CHARLES R WOLF A B E A E Rochester, Pa Conne1lsv111e Hlgh School Tle em 171111 of cozntesy ROMEO AND JUL11:T Class Pl6S1ClCI1t 1 X71CCPICS1ClCl1t Y M C A 2 Tl1ObL1111 Club Chuck thought xt bcttem to gmaduate uxth the New Centuxy Class and be up to date A chap u ho stalted out xx ell but got lost m the xacc Hou evel ue hope expeuenec has been 50111 teacher and your 1Tl1l1lSlCl121l Jou111ey xxlll be bette1 ed by It A xxaxm hearted lxkeable fellow who hte m m the best of company Lest mshes to you1 success and may you emoy Boston Theolog as u cll as you have olcl Alleghe ,S V Q x W4 JJ umm x l 1 J Ain. f-1 lf' Hal J l . , . . A I 4 Q . . rr I ty ,J - J , in-1 4 . ' 'Q ,Q g ' - ' ' .... , g ' . U ,vs ' ' , , y' . - - ' V ' Y , . ' I Y ', Y 'I Y ' Y. A V.. Y.- ,. V . 5 . . Q 7' , I. - . V f a I I Z, l 1 A 9 ' . W Z - . 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A Smitli vom 2 his latest book Alleglieiiy. 4 Ceiitiwy of Ecliieatioiii "" ' N HISTORICAL pageant participated ipppii eoia 2 -faff, i eai :i oagg '1' ' f- . .QL .' iwnif ,,.L.-: 'S Yi bfi" " ' I1'y' 1 - , 1f,f, .at -mf" - -5.11-ff , A i 'ffl T' It " Y .i ,af ' flffi ' ' . - in by four hundred undergraduates Was the contribution of the alumni organization to the anniversary Week Three times, at an effective hour oi the afternoon upon the campus, the drama of the one hundred years of Allegheny College was enacted. The performances were so ambi- tious and so intricate that nothing lesS than the most elaborate and painstak- ing preparation could have secured the "', v,'.. high success which the enthusiastic iv,,. o " spectators testified to have been at- tained. A Great stand vvith a seating ,pp , ".,f y capacity of three thousand was erected iir. in the lower border of the campus r ' ' 'yii ' near the Presidents residence The stage was the raised greensvvard at the edge of the pines in front of Bentley Hall. The costumes, six hundred in number were designed and made in Meadville, being accurate reproduc- tions of the periods portray ed. George P Baker, Professor of Dramatic Literature in Harvard Uni- x ersity the a-uthoi of the text of the pageant, was also the pageant master. llihile the drilling of the students in the music of the performance had been in progress for two months, it was quite a marvel that in a fortnight, under the direction of the dramatic leader, the parts were thoro-ughly learned and ready. The finished, excellent acting of individuals and of groups supplied striking evidence of the ability and the spirit of the Alle- cfhenw student qualities to which the master gave hearty public praise Unlike prcvious pageants in America, where the orchestra had been used thc experiment was tried at this time of having a band It was necessary to assemble 1 score and more of skilled musicians from Pitts- ul 1 A 1' Zz! 4, 1 21121539210 Ay, ipf'-fy'-' 1-"Mill 2?'Wf9'2 "fp,jy!QZ"'1, 1 ' ,. if f1"?,fF " ' , Q?.?i1,,': W-4",,f12Pf,f7' -1 farm ' 11. ,f XZZW ' Xia' x 'TW K ,U ..4. , . ., y J .1115 QQ'x M '- -JM uw Wxwx 1, ---Nw"-1 f X M-ww ff S7 fx, 'T ef if , f , ,, 1. . ,h,, W ,,,,, N Mm V l' WW" "" ' 11f,..Hmf ..-Mn 5,,Afj:1..,:ty-:-1':,.,x , .,4.w,3-.,.,.-vi? U . aw- .nu . ,.1.- 1 f.- K , -. ,.. n -.Q 5,1 .h- ww. 1,, -1 -fl E -1 H' . ...mfg-if-1-K,.f my., 1 J A., .U . f 1 15 .v.',1'1.:-2,.ff,iffg-wi , ,. ,1Wf1 5 we-',,,'g2fg:,j5,,,,.gf43 -vc-,ag f , , Q M-2-.Mr -QM. 44 . 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The vocal music was equally effective both in the large chorus parts and in the solo Work. The majesty of the "Alma Mater Beatissiman, as sting by the class of 1915, will not be forgotten, while the "Raw Recruitsu, charged with the spirit of '61, had a lilt that set every pulse aglow. The plot of the pageant was a comprehensive one. The dramatist ably employed the background of early lVestern Pennsylvania history, the startling incidents of the pioneer and Indian experience, together vvith the chief scenic possibilities that mark the changing fortunes of Allegheny. lX'hile the action of the play was generally spirited, it was diversified with scenes of pathos and moments of high patriotism and of deep devo- tion to the cause of learning, as well as with incidents of much merriment. .-X religious note was dominant through the entire presentation. This was promoted subtly and strongly by certain musical features of the pageant. The master motif was iirst expressed in words in the second episode of the XX'ilderness theme in the song of the Hartman family. The intro- duction of the melody. however, was sounded by the band in the opening overture. Its lofty musical thought and spiritual atmosphere put the hearer into a reverent attitude for the impressive events which followed. 100 II + 'ffl I ,Q 'ts I I',. ,Vi I Vis Ilfdig , I .I-,LH 1 .ffl I ft r""I I I ,pvfj ' p-'AMI I Zi If-I I f""t ,--fi .f--' 1,4 I eff, I "1 PI --'I rig 'TI 'TI 'TTI -'ra if :I I E32 Z1 I ,I I I ...ii ...tp :Ii T., , :I -,I I :I il I :il I 21 I -ri , M I It y Z I NJ I -...I ,N XJ ia X- r ,ml E EI! -a..,,I fi -.hi -... ""'+v N..,,I Q NNI - mac! N-.I ' XMI P-1. I .13 1 reel I .ig-I 1 sm I "hx, ,sag xr! NX. xl x.,xI 'Q-XI -SI ,xxx YK g 1 S'-v, I :NNI , SN! N Xl TSI Ri ii TX' ,z I 1 ff,-.u LIIQIIII tl -.p I ! X F S ,VV V Vs -- -,, . ,3, .S . V- ' Q.. 'EV lv Z gf s .4 V WV, X ,... 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' f 'Q' -, V :VV f , ',.g,ff' " ,ww pfwiag ' ' .,V.,N.,-V-V41 X. . . ,H X,,, W 1 fw - VV-:- 95 221.111 " AH ni V' .DgricFf.4'pVVvV' iff'-Cf -iff' - ' A ' AV llllllllllllllll iimllllrzseilll llllllllflllllvrlll...sll.iIIIIIlII1i:!!lIIIIlllllll Elmer W Hickman 16 as Timothy Alden Tl11s motif l11s a certain tempered sol1dar1ty of tone a11d was employed by Piofessor B11 Cl 1s a11 mtegr al eleme11t 111 all the solemn and beautiful speeches of tl1e pl1y It was lil ewise expiessiye a11d highly developed in the b111d p11ts 1s well as 111 tl1e cl1oral numbers The music performed its tiue fL11lC'E1Ol'1 as tl1e helpmate of tl1e drama raising the Words of the J1Ue1nt to 1 higher powei by giving them a greater e111ot1onal v1tal1ty tl'l'11l they possessed of themselves The musical pa1ts of tl1e pageant were 1111nged 1nd conducted by Mr Charles Roepper of Boston who also was the sl illful le1de1 of the b111d XX 1sl1111gton 111d l11s two guides returning from l11s 1'l'11SSlO11 to Ft Le Loeuf 111 1833 The old tale l11s it tl1at tl1e youthful d1plo1nat e11 route ll'1Cl ch unlt from 1 spring O11 tl1e edge of the campus Tl1e trackless Wilder ness l'1'1Xl1lg been tl1us port11yed the p1oneer settlers were next introduced 111d the peiils of tl1e frontier life startlingly get forth in the attack of the TllCll'11lS The home scene of the Hartmann father and the two small g1rls at then ieadinff lesson from the Bible indicated the lack of schools in the new region Heie xx 1s sung tl1e haunting 111elody of devotion lllll 1 - -C Q A C . - . . c C ' C 1 l . L . I . A . J . . , Icb C C .b W - . . 6 I .. . . C 7 - . - 1 --C C . , , ' A f Q' C ' C . 2- The initial episode of tl1e pageant, true to legend, presented George I 2 lc 4 7 , 6 . J . " . F c I 0 I t - T l C A. ' . . - - c 'i lc , . . c 6. . - 76 41 . b . J h 102 1 . ,J 4 as 1 IEI lllllll ll Illllllllll llllll I llllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllIllI I II nn.. , - W mm , llllllllllllllll im llllraseilll llllllllrllllli niiEE1 l.'llll'lIl ni::!llIlIIIlllll 2' "Alone and yet not all alone -, I Am I in this great lonlinessg E . VVhen I my solitude bemoan, g - I 3 I God cheers the hours of my distress. I am with Him and He with me, D I fear no lonely destiny." . ,.-1vV--,- -- -...V---I i The stealthy approach of the war-painted savages through the ravine ended in the massacre of father and son. The children, taken into cap- tivity, were brought for exchange after several years and the stanza of "Alone and yet not all alone," sung before the long-frenized Mother Hart-I mann, resulted in the recognition and the restoration of the daughter. This third episode was markedby brilliant color contrasts in the gay British trappings, the colonial uniforms and the many-hued attire of the pitiful captives. The eye was entranced by the kaleideoscopic richness and variety. I 1 g Q The scene of the stockade in Meadville in 1794 presented an intimate picture of the first resident famiilies of Mead Dick' Van Horn and Dick- son The 'sport and the song of the children were winsome incidents while the simple devotion of the pioneers in the midst OfiI11Cl12l1'1 alarm was revealed in the exquisite melody given about the supper table by a double quartette of excellent voices. I The Wilderness theme may have seemed prolonged but it placed an adequate emphasis upon the difficulties that awaited the Founder of the college The second division The Planting brought the action to the intimate historic features of the pageant revealing the attractive person- ality of Timothy Alden and the fulfillment of his mission. A The episode of the Garden of Revl William Bentley in Salem Mass , ISI4 abounded in delicate touches of 'character delineatio-n The lines of the author set forth with fine sympathy the idiosyncrasies of the gifted pastor of the East Church' Now appears his friend the Harvard man with a vision and with a plan of a new seminary of learning The por- trayal of Timothy Alden had been assigned to Elmer W Hickman 16 and his masterly conception of the Founder and the first President of Allegheny was 'by the fitness of things the best dramatic work of the play The words of Alden revealed the educational planting in Western Pennsylvania to be the dearest ambition of his career though he took no thought of his own persona1"reward or profit. The active sympathy of Bentley was further challenged by the startling petition that a portion of 5 5 P ' 7 l 1 I l ' KK ' 71 - 2 1 ' I , KK 77 , . . . i I J I K . V . , .i . , , ' J 3 . 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' ' "::.r:5:.f'+: Grand Flnale Laying' Corner Stone of Bentley Hall '24 1- Q-L The Capdves the fanious Salenilibrary belefttxmthe coHege. ihzvvas hideed a cheernag, if non-coninnttalrefdy that iohovvedz U5Kou have been thinking forvvard, fHend'Tnnothy. YVeH,xvhy'not? XNWU1not?H The heart of the Allegheny story lived again upon the campus stage in the Foundation Meeting of june 2o, 1815, when fifteen Worthies of the vihage ni ancient garb gathered in the log court house at early candle lighting. Thither came Mead, the pioneerg Atkinson, the editorg Farrelly, a power in politicsg Moore, president judge, the public-spirited Reynolds, the liberal Lefevre, Dr. Bemus, genial and piquantg Roger Alden, prac- tical and masterful, and Timothy Alden, enthusiast, eloquent for the pro- ject of the evening. In each figure was idicated a man of marked per- sonahty. llunng the annnated dehberauons of dns group,CHenenH hdead umm niade to say niiishigz UI norninate for the hrst president of fkhegherqf Cohegetheinanin'whoselwaniithadincepdongxvho,connng2unong'ua has kindled ouriruerest niitgxvho has seen ntmchfhculdes vvhere vve have felt them insurmountable ,the man who has made this meeting possible." 'fhe preshlent4dect ndth prophets eye rnade refdy: HCDur acuon to- inghtxvnllnrnide uns secuon of our country udth a needed opporhnany forlngher educauon and nsthe beghnnng ofzuiinsdtudon udnch I hope will take a worthy place beside the twenty or thirty colleges novv existing in the llnited Statesf' Tlie nnssuniary zeal of lAlden and lns several tours to the Indian cournryfxvere strncnigly featureclin the episode at die vnlage of the noted 106 Fc of lf! the HE' ia io' CHC lift irlii lan , . aloza oi: TlQlT tolli Ffhfl n . . OI M Blast T i3TZC HlOl? obsc: SICGEQ gran: osity HbOlt to an Benz? bigqqf p lb? jf Wfrai melllijx Who X1 Heir 7, T?- Oddci E E s MF., . 7 5 , 1 , Q p Q 1 5 i Q Q Q 2 1 E Q 1 Q Q Q . E 1 E 2 2 1 1 1 3 i 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 I I I 1 1 1 A 1 1 1 1 1 T 1 3 1 ' 1 1 1 1 , 1 i 1 ' 1 1 1 1 1 S 1 1 1 1 5 1 4 ' 1 1 1 J 1 1 1 1 J J J J 1 f J 4 f A E - f f f 5 1 f i. i llllll Ill t f I3 G Illllllllllllm " '- ' -all IIIIIIII Ill 'l' " ' A lIluJlIlff!!1 , r Illlll iilE:1ll.llllll.ll Iliff I9 E E A E Sgljqcea tigiefi Coglplalfgef, Ou the upper Allegheny river. The companion E E O OOdenid1iJ1V13HStl1ebe er son, T. Fox Alden. The dance before the LS E X1 lm of thgfl ie .iaves and womenuwas exceedingly picturesque. But E E itll C In . nisfsioflaary .to the warrior in behalf of the Christian faith E E igllaggliscjcllifjC?eSiO3C5AlEQO51nLflCg' tlgedlndiacp ylouth inclluced Corllplanter E -ll C O TC o o war an swear alleofi "" g to the Great Spirit of the white man. g , z, ance E 1' The first of the four large spectacular effects of the a eant and the -T E one of deep historical significance was the laying of thepcoiner-Stone of E E Bentley. This was a faithful reproduction of the event of july 5, 1820, E E which had enlisted upon that occasion the best efforts of the entire popu- E E p .lation of the city of Meadville. The mimic procession moved up the hill E -T along the original route, and its coming was heralded by the solemn strains E E of the hymn Newburgh, rendered by the pageant band. Then filed into E E view as of yore the Meadville Blues and following them through the E E college gate, all singing as they marched, were the male pupils of the W 2 schools, Alleheny students with the sprig of laurel, public officials, misses E E of the academy, ladies of the village, clergymen, benefactors, trustees, 3 Masons, and Knights Templar. ' D E E n The group divided and countermarched while the path of the digni- I E taries advancing to the stage was strewn with flowers. The Masonic cere- E E mony, commemorative of the loyalty of Dr. Bentley to his fraternity, was in observed with scrupulous exactness in the formal placing of the corner 1 E stone. President Alden next delivered an elaborate oration, expressing E gratitude to God for His favor to the nation, acknowledging the gener- E E osity of the friends of the college, and praising the beauty of its location ' E above the valley of Cussewago. He dedicated the institution yet so young I to an eternal warfare on the two malign forces, condemned by William A ' E Bentley, superstitution arising from an ignorance of natural laws and E 'Z bigotry arising from an ignorance of mankind. A U 3 E The assemblage gave the 77th Psalm to the devout tune of Mear, then E E the procession reformed and moved away in majesty to the concluding E E refrains of Newburgh. This ever vital scene must linger in many a E E memory as one of the choicest treasures of the Allegheny drama, and those E 2 who witnessed its enactment will in the future look on old Bentley with a p E new reverence and love. 4 - . E E tThe climax of the tragedy of the fight of Alden against overwhelming E odds in establishing the college was depicted in the pafhC'fiC episode of 1115 E 2 107 E 5 E il. -I 1.13. 3- 11--I u I W '-l L K i 41- . I- in I u DI llIIIllllllllllIIlllllIllllllllllllllllllllllllllllIIIIllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII -.1 V lllllllllllllm aaummrzeeilll lllllllllimxlllaaazs-llmml me! ulllllllllll NVise and Ioaneas Indians - , 1 - resignation from the presidency. Emerging from the b-uilding whose walls E had arisen under his watchful solicitude he locked the door of the central E portral of Bentley for the last time and with faltering step came to the x interview with john Reynolds and David Dick representatives of the 2 trustees. In his hand Alden bore the letter of farewell, dated from his 1' beloved hall therein expressing his belief that his part as an instrument in the handsof God for building up a seminary was at an end. 1 The Founder confessed to his two friends I have put pride aside in "" the past and appealed to friends and strangers for aid in money and books 2 Woxx I am banl'rupt of devices of courage and of hope The college keys were given over to the secretary to be placed in other hands able to -nn male the dream of a college real. Declining the invitation of Reynolds in spirit, made his xx ay across the bridge over the ravine and was lost to' x'iexx in the trees beyond whilst the motif melody of Alone and yet not all alone sounded through the ex ening stillness like a requiem The audiences of each of the three days were profoundly moved as this scene was given. I-Iicl'man 16' was at his best in his sympatlaet1C interpretation of the first president at the moment of surrender. In the lllll llllllllllllllllllllllllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIllIlIlllllIllIIlllIlIIIllllllIIlIllllllIIllllllllllllllllllllllllllll 'E 1 C ' . , 7 I , T 1 J C . . C CC ' , . I C ' I V, c C x , , .H C X C to accompany him back to the village, T'imothy,Alden, bowed in body and 1 L. V C I I , cr C . D7 C C a 7 n C , . if X Q J C C 108 r x -,-,- 41: L ' 9 The Early Settlers A surge of deep feeling in the hearts of thegspectators, Alden never seemed so heroic as in the midst of defeat. By the drama's aid he received his apotheosis. The name of Alden is forever the highest in Allegheny be- cause of what he aspired to accomplish. The third division of the play was "The Blossomingf' and its first episode was the placing of Allegheny under the patronage of the Metho- dists of the Pittsbrugh Conference. Bishop Roberts, Dr. Martin Ruter, Homer Clark, joseph Barris, Alfred Brunson, Zerah H. Coston with other clericals rode onto the campus in true itinerant style. Dismounting, they received from the trustees the keys of the college. The Methodists told of their ambitious program for the conduct of the institution and the new president agreed to maintain its liberal principles. Dr. Clark rejoiced in the standard established under Alden, that Chris- tian faith and higher education must be inseparable, and predicted that in the new era the college would increasingly train men for service at home and abroad. Barris, as the company mounted the steps of Bentley, made - 109 the prophetic utterance Even as you must give up being a missionary yourself Dr Ruter you are to be here the head of an 1nst1tut1on wh1ch 111 all probability w1ll train many who shall reclaim the heathen Muster Day on the Diamond une 1838 was a highly diverting 1nter lude It was a jolly affair brimful of action and color The life of the village disported itself on the college green 111 delicious nawete The smali boy town characters and belles 1n the gowns of the period were there The first soldiery on the scene was the awkward citizens m1l1t1a and the students grotesquely armed with the products of their Manual Labor sys tem Youth and beauty being present and the convenient fiddler soon there was a gay tripping on the turf to the time of Pop goes the weasel Then iife and drum were heard and there swung into the parade ground 1n gorgeous uniforms the Meadville Greys the Cussewago Rifles and the Saegertown Guards with the Artillery and the Dragoons bringing up the rear The reviewing staff came forward and a sp1r1ted dr1ll by the companies and battalion ensued The several hundred on the stage in their artistic contiast made this ep1sode intensely pleasing to the eye The second closing of the college 1n August 1843 was staged in a bllef incident 11'1 which President Clark set forth h1s scholarship plan as the feasible means tofsecuie an endowment The first reports of subscr1p tions haxing been received the leader started on his financial campaign fum in the faith that Bentley would open 1ts doors again soon to a11 uninterrupted success. p The third large spectacular feature of theipageant was the patriotic episode of the farewell on the campus to the Allegheny College Company 111 June 1861. The Faculty ladies societies and populace were massed in front of Bentley. -ffflliegfsoldier boys in nondescript attire came swinging over the road to the -words of the "Raw Recruits," a rollicking popular 311' of the day. After all had advanced to the open lawn, the "Handy Bettiesn and the havelocks were presented as upon the brave eleventh of June of bygone years. The original battle flag with its inscription "Semper Fidelisn was then intrusted to the college boys by Miss Hattie Bain, a part played by Miss Marian Thomas. President Loomis with fervent loyalty pronounced the parting message, "Come back with the Hag, boys, or come back wrapped in its folds." After the benediction a deep silence fell, until at the sharp command. of' Captain Ayer the company with final' salute pasSCd the president, while the women and children, waving handkerchiefs, laugh' mg, applauding and not a few in tears, followed them to the gate. if 110 I llllIlllllllIlllIllIllllllllllllllllllllllll I llllll lll l III IIIIIIIII IITIIII lf 5 . , ' V V ., I. . I I p K f"' ...Q A ' . A T ' L I" 1 Y Ilun, , ' ' - 'I - 1315 'lm1'-flllllllllliilllll - II Ill Il 'IIIIIIIII 1 3 1 1 1 1 , ' . , ' ' 1 . . e 0 ' 75 z . 1 Q : ' . y 1 1 1 . . . - - - - fi 1 s 7 . - 1 ul . - 1 1 ' - - . - 1 . , . . - ' . , 'r 1 : ' ' A ' CK - .32 : . a - 1 : 2 ' K - , s 0 0 X - I C D 0 - I Q xl J Q V I I A v . Q . . , , A . . 1 f , 1 ! Q . A p . H . I . A V 1 ' 15 ..' : as M D : 1 2 6 1 . , , 7 E ' Q . 2 1 I : 1 2 2 K " , II Ill , illlllllllllllll :n.:unnurfee!l Illll F ---Sf" Q --- ll llllm- Ilf ....f. ll.-mi-,ni ...Q Illllllllllli Farewell to the Boys in Blue The years of Allehen l bolism. The Rose was the caption of the last divisioniof the pageant. In dignity majesty and rich imagery it made a brilliant finale to the drama. The Centennial Class held the place of honor Just as the shad- ows lengthened on the Hill the one hundred members in white academic robes marched throughthe floral arch as they sanglin magnificent volume the college hymn Alma Mater Beatissima As Nineteen Fifteenltook position at the rear of the stage Allegheny a figure in blue and gold impersonated by Miss Marian Wliipple 16 ent- ered from Bentley. On her right she was joined by Faith impersonated by Miss Elizabeth Best I6 whose robe was red a feather of Hama in her hair and in her hand a sword of gold. Cn the left came Hope clad in pale green and carrying lilies impersonated by fi': Lbaugh 15. The trio was then approached from ,either 'side' gSacred Learning a monkish hgure with a parchment impersonated .by Mr. H. L. Askey I5 and by Learning Not Sacred a Venetian garbled scholar with a crucible impersonated by. Mr. C. H Stevenson I6 The two male figures bore lighted torches. A These figures attended by the Faculty of the college reach the front of the stage. Then at the gesture of command from Allegheny Memory in blue and silver portrayed by Miss Leona Rial I6 step-ped forward Memory in turn summoned History a figure in green and gold bearing a tablet portrayed by Miss Lsther Stone I7 who beckoned irnperiously from the past eight notable groups that had played a part in the 211111315 Of the hundred years of the college institution. S I - Q y sincetae 'Civil War were represented in sym- li Y! ! - - I ' 7 H ,U , . J 9 . . , Y J J 1 J w s 1 7 c c 1 , 7 4 C 1 ' . 1 c c 6, H , J 1 1 . . , J . , , c . , - , c J ' C J 9 , c J J ' , c J Z3 w 4 2 , 7 J 1 C C . V I , L f- , V V F X l llllllllllllllll.nrnuv '-'II llllll flllll'l ii::5ll'1mIvllu."llIIIIIIll Now rose into view Waslirrigton followed by the Meadville Blues up Then Timothy Alden led the founders of the college He approached the figures typifying the two Learmngs who yielded to him the lighted torches which he placed in the hands of Allegheny She in turn passed the flam ing emblems into the keeping of Faith and Hope Neict appeared in orde the ladies of 1820 the survivors of the military companies and the women of the Civil VVar Period The sixth group consisted of the converts of missionaries from Alle gheny Alden headed the procession with a band of American Indians He was followed by President Ruter Vice President Bishop Matthew Simpson Bishop Calvin Kingsley abez Burton Doctors Doering Long Vlansell and Wfaugh Texan men and women Mexicans negroes from L1be11a East Indian men and women Chinese japanese and Filipinos The seventh group was the boys in grey Allegheny boys serving in the Confederacy in Ib6I who met and saluted the volunteers 111 khaki of the Spanish lVar of 1898 The final group represented the years of co education in Allegheny Forty five young women each wearmo' the appropriate costume for the consecutive years from 1870 came upon the stage in the design of a flying wedge. History yet holding sway concentrated attention in her symbolic teaching on the events since 1893 the beginning of the administration ot President Crawford. The appropriate years advancing from the Memory group bore gifts the models of seven buildings erected on the campus dur- ing that period and placed them before Allegheny. When the historic re- xiew was complete the groups marched and countermarched to the beau- tiful music of Alone and yet not all alone. ' The climax of the scene was the trenditlon of the anthem And the Wilderness shall rejoice composed for the celebration by Professor Ed- ward B. Hill of Boston. ' V The anthem concluded after the historical groups were gone Alle- gheny with her allegorical companions paused at the central steps of Bentley. Then she gave the two torches to the leaders of the line of the Century Class as it marched in final review, singing "Alma Mater." 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Douglas Miss Gertrude Harper 2 : Miss Anna Haskins Mrs. Josephine Bates Wfebb E E Mrs. Florence Grauel Miller Miss Elizabeth Roberts 2 E A Miss Rebecca Cooper Miss Rachel Smith E I- . 2'- E SORORES IN COLLEGIO E 3 r 1 1 IQIG 1 E - ,Helen R. Adams Marion R. Miller -'LE E Blanche Taylor E E. . IQI7 Q I Katherine Carew Mildred Richey 'rg g Lillian Fetzer Agnes Robinson 2-, 1 Mary Flahaven Agnes Smith E E Elizabeth R. Sykes 2 1 i 1' -IQ18 i E, Ruth Brumbaugh Norene R. Saxton E 2 l Jessie Howell janet Simcox ': E g Anne McConnell Gertrude Simpson E E l Dorothy Nichols Adelaide Singley E E 1919 E E Helen R. Abrams Esther Averill 'E lg Mary Arnold Gladys Douds - 2 Olevia Wfiddowson 1' 1 i 2 'ug'- E l E Q l an 131 5 1 y i Z 2. 1 1 IE-llllllll lllllllllllllllll lllllIIlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll I liill lla ',1. ww. .--.f'1- fz, . 'ff J. 3 , f' 'f,:VQ:.ll-' 41-"f?9fff A aff ffif 'L' M. F +. 1, A Lv. -.,.,.-, V, ' wwf' VN, X A , , V, ,yn 3 f 1 3 1 5 2 i Q S Q f 5 5 Q L 1 1 L i E , Q Q 2 Q i i 1 1 i 1 1 2 i 1 - - I i - i 1 1 1 8 I - 1 1 - 1 - 1 - i - - - - - i 1 1 1 1 i i 1 - i i - S 1 - ' ' lllll ll ' ' Ill '3' iilillllllllllll "I vw'-'III limi llllll """II'iuur "ll lllu. lIl.-..1 J . m.:' . .Il ll..,ll Mamma iKhn Glhaptvr,'iKz1ppz1 Kappa Mamma Established 1888 1 1 Founded-Monmouth College, 1870 Colors-Light and Dark Blue Flower-Fleur-de-lis Publication-The Key SORORES IN URBE Miss Miss Miss N Miss Miss Miss Mrs Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Mrs Alice Colter Jean Frey Marion Fuller Louise Hempstead Elizabeth Ling Helen McClintock Grace Richmond McFarlane Ada Palm Gail Richmond Josephine Shryock Florence Scott Isabella Thoburn Anette Swartley Miss Jeanette Ferguson Mrs Florence Stem Carpenter Miss Marguerite Fuller Mrs, Georgia Beach Harper Miss Mary Hydrick Miss Jessie Marvin Miss Marguerite McClintock Vliss Leone McLean Mrs Margaret Cramer Prather Mr Finetta Porter Sackett Miss Miriam Shryock Mrs Gertrude Reed VV1lSO11 Mtss Margaret McLean SORORES IN COLLEGIO Elizabeth best Florence Downin Helen McKenzie Louisa Smith Elizabeth Chase Helen Kulp Helen Downin Helen Easterwood Dorothy Mason Martha Mumaw Madeline Rishell Clane Gates 1916 Vlary Carroll Helen Gates Emma Wfaring Bernice Thoburn 1917 Helen Davidson Esther Stone IQI8 Esther Emery Marlon Miller Laura Sturdevant 1919 Ida Richards Lucille Dunbar Cecil Edward ne .. .. 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SORORES IN URBE Miss Miss Miss Mrs. Miss Miss Miss Mrs. Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss SORORES IN COLLEGIO . 1916 Gertrude Sacl ett Laffer N Dortha Angove Marguerite Beatty Ruth Allgood Georgia Roberts Charlotte Wfhipple 191 7 Georgia 'Carr Martha Nebinger Carmen Kahle ' Agnes Van I-Ioesen Elizabeth I-Iendershot I-Iildur johnson Mildred Hazen 1918 Myrtle Elder Olive Dowdell Louise Deens Isabel Ereer Helen McLain Irene Wfood 1919 Ruth Ellis I-Ielen Munhall I Marie Francis Marjorie Roudebush Margaret Houghten Louise Root Gertrude Monroe Doris Stockdale 1 135 I ' ' llll ' P ISI -1 rn' ' "l 'll IIII 1 - Ill ll --1 lllllll I Q .I .noun ' - .ls 5 4 I.., 'S ' 1 1, 5 7 1 C 4 4 7 4 U I i i I 4 C 4 C 5 g itt ' o' X . T 2 1 ' - - . ' I f f Y ,, ff fr ff ff G 4 ' A Q , . ,f K 1917 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 g I I III I IIIII I IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIllllllllllllllllllll -P . I L 'I A v ' --1' . l I W ' I EEEE? X. e - E i - 5 I I 5 II 1 1 :Il III E 1 1 1 III 1 5 I 1 I I D rllllug , iKappa Glhapler nf Alpha Gamma Bella Established 1 9 1 2 Founded-Syracuse University 1904 Colors-Red Buff and Green Flowers-Red and Buff Roses Publication-Alpha Gamma Delta Quarterly 5012012 IN FACULTATE Miss Edith Rowley A. M TORORES IN URBE Miss Ethel Andrews Miss Lottie Smith Miss Berdeen Braymer Miss Ruth Lavely Miss Esther Lyon I Miss Irene Davenport SORORES IN COLLEGIO . 1916 . Tillie Bitler Lois Foster Ethel Hudson Lulu Lydell Nellie Roberts Ginevra Campbell Helen Hasek Emma Kightlinger Leona Rial Hazel Ross Margaret Smith Qlga Baird julia Brooke Eva English Helen Eogo Margaret Chapin Musette Clouse Ethel Curry Ruth Fithian Mary Hamilton Edna McCabe Mary Clendenin Mabel VValker 1918 Ruth Hammerton Pauline Rhoads 1919 Meredyth Neal Anita Phillips Clarissa Randall Nellie Reniers Marjorie Rhodes Marian VVhite 137 r , CII x 'x E21 5, '? Q ,, 5, is ,YS ,Q fu ff' 5 f 7-I . - 4 "1 'if .. ,Qi I . K 1 C773 ff!! . 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C' ' INQLYA mix S..-1 R ur' Url K, -. 1, WK N' has ,, of rv 7' "' 6 at A-ex I 1 ,h xa ,Lv-f,vD"Z vnu ls? N-v A 3,-lm 4 Pb' 'Vg-Q N 'stu sq 4- P ,N 'Vg Jvw "' , J J V j, N 1 qv 3-11 u '-"J R1 H ' WV' fm -P. , sf. Qz'?2:f"ff SY' IIIllIIlllllllllllllllllllIlllllllllllllllIllllllllllllIIIIlllllllllllllllllllflllllD Q . 5 E 5 Q Q Q Q Q I Q Q 1 2 T 1 1 1 1 .. qu 1 1 In 1 1 1 1 1 1 U 1 1 - . I 1 1 1 .1-" A 1 1 W 1 1 ' . 1 1 . qi . 1 gl 1 1 5 w 1 - 1 .H 1 5 -, 4 a f 4 5 5 5 Q S I 5 5 Q 5 1 Q Q Q - Q Q i Clair Frederic Broclm ay Howard Fred Brownell Ro-bert Harold Downing ight Meta Uiapper Eta Glhapier nf liennagluania Chartered September 2 1901 OFFICERS President VVilliam H. Crawford Vice-President Hon. olin Henderson MFMBERS INITIATED IN JUNE 1915 F10141 the Se1zi01f Class Melvin Guy Mellon Susan Evelyn Norris Louis Abell Pappenhagen From the Al'Lt171'IZi Roger Henwood Motten, 'ol ,- g Wfilliain jackson Lowstuter, '98 julia Schoenfeld, ,97 ' 1 Horner Riddle acobs Ruth Elizabeth Lu ely Beatrice Maree Mullian I I I' CDi - - Q - - S - Q l 11' Q 1. fl l - - r 1 il! KJ. I1 If l l'4 3 N K - Q Q ' 0 C Q v H -'--1 ' l l I 1 1 1 F i L Li ,k 6 ll Si Il fa! 1- , i 31 A - i Z ul I 4 l Q 1 A i it ' an LS 3 H 1 1 S'- i S E I I n ! 1 I I r Zu A 1 5 1 Q I i A r flu Qs f l ,f Q T' QI v In 1 I ,A i 75 5 .5 5 li i' gi 5 2 R Sy 'V fi if f' 1 .. in ,fl 9 .5 w Hi 4 i 1 :E 4, ' Armsirong, Kepner, Kahle, Ellis. - ,, I I A X l i Allvghvng Glhapbzr nf Brita Sigma Qhu A Established 1913 if E y FRA TER IN PACULTA TE , l 2 D11 C. A. Darling ,g I FRATRES IN COLLEGIO P A 1916 W'i1liz1m J. Armgtrong David Lee Kepner vg XVilli21m AQ Ellis Wfalter M, Depp L5 1917 WW? G. G. xx'1mrQ1- R. F. Kahle 142 - x mmmmuuun 1 ' 't """"' I lllll I llllInmllnnmumumumm 1 4 l g Illl lln . 1. r i i j fi will Gllieqdivr nf Alpha Olin Sigma Estabhshed 1913 FRATRES IN IBACULTATE Dr. R. E. Lee XV. H. Fegley Fred H. Amon Earle L. Reed D. Roy Mellon Nelson H. Boyd Foster B. Doane George Bowers Fred Powell Harold Smith jesse Tarr FRA TRES IN COLLEGIO 1916 . john XV. Tear Curtis C. Johnson Wfilbur XV. Reis 1917 Nlark NV. Frishlcorn Albert B. lVilber E. Vincent Askey Paul Hill 1 9 1 8 Ronald Reanier Rodney McCloskey 143 V , i . Y ni -k v i - ' - Q . l - Q a ,I . l X i . f- f L N ' 1 S-" + " ' 5--f ' L-2 i - S i -' , 1 Q A -im., -. i ' 1 Q 4 it M 11 4 1 . + X 1 J N Q r 3, , - -, , 1 ' X X 1 1 . t W W v S r 4 ft 23 f . l '4 4, ' X. 4: .Lili Q X If iw.. 1' 1 l u . L ........Q Q Q K k ' 1 i ft' A -l - E " K kv ' ' 5 1 1 J L' I n N , " .. . ."?Sf"3F' X - A Q' H. 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Qxqxx ,.A 50'.lQs' an . .. .10 7-6" of' ,, o .K 1,5 1.9 an Q. . o .Q . -,ssl 5 5 95.091 N 5 at ' 1 s 'F 0 AO 5. . . s .I 9? 5' Q K Q I Q .Q ' 0 Il f "' QI A I . F" .J K- ' v S fs , 5 '."i' If o'. " Nu ' , . , Y S'r ' s nl 5 '.'lo .N vgf 'Q no r, Tv. J. sm .. QI '5- qu xx on p srl ox'g N "nn ' J I I Q . A o ISU o Q -K e 51 L 5 is 31 .. U. 't- s.n'. . u Q Q 4 9 Q Q I 4 1 '.- . 'Q . .rx ' ' ' - . up g Q S 0 O I ., ,D Q "' I" am KW Y l 1 I I l' i W v ,, , ia: Top Row-Messltf XV S eaver ClC11ClClllCl'l Kendall Longuueckex Blasdell C M E , Y , , C ', , urry, 1 Ll11l'O1'Cl, R6gSStSl',P1'Of. Mcliay Middle Row-Misses Stebbins, VValke1' Cl ffl .lf ' f ' ' 3 " YV , OUO1, 0Ste1, Adams, blllltll, Best, lludsou, lhoburu. Bottom Row-Messrs. Drake, Thomzls, Gealey, Szumer, Leaf. if IIII IIIlIIIIIIIlIIIIllIIllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll , 1 .1 1 I 1 1 I 1 1 1 1 E II A A 1 1 . 1 1 1 1 1 A 1- 1 1 1 1 , 1 . if - 1 . 5 .- f I . . i .f' -1 ' I 1 Q M - S ig 'il "llll'7"i'll lmlmillllliii i"'5lIl lllll' 'll IW" ' sian! - 5 I Qllzumiral Qlluh Amslfrp rio EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE V Robert A. Blasdell ....................................... Chairman Fred D. Gealy .................................. Secretary-Treasurer Bernice X. Thoburn .... ..... D elegate-at-Large Professor Elliott Professor Ross Dr. W. A. Elliott Prof. C. F. Ross Helen Adams Elizabeth Best R. A. Blasdell 1 A. G. Curry H. E. Drake Lois C. Foster Fred D Gealy R. L. Hoffman F. H Bacon M. B Clendennien Valeda Cloubh D. C. Longanecl'er Scott Lackey ASSOCIATE MEMBERS Miss Edith Rowley Mr. Wfilliam V. McCay Dr F. G. Henke .MEMBERS IQI6 Lthel Hudson R N. Kendall L. B. Leaf ' Leo McKay F. H, Sanner Marbaret Smith Dorothy Stebbins Bernice Thoburn 1917 G. XV. Mumford Mabel XValker J. C lVeax er Dale Thomas IQI8 J. D. Rebester an - 1 ""' "' '13 1- 1 1' 1 ' -1 .1 i L Q 0 -' A . ' 1 . 2 Y il ' 1 Q 1 1 S " 1 1' - 1 1' - i 2 - - '- 1 . 2' I L L ,... i' ,is -1 -Q L L 1 . 1 A - - 1 , C Q i 2' Q 1 5 Q i T' ,, .1 1 1 3 LI .i - 1 1 - 1 1 - i 1 - 1 i in in -, - ,Q I i ,, ,. .......- ..,.,. 7 ' 'H' "" A' I - , WMU A U m M 324' 1 .., W--1 '--,---- A--'H ' . ..... -l .XXX s VW ,,,, MWe f,1lxXNb4:zE L up now-'Xllsses Rowley St l , rong, English, Sykes, Carr, DeLand, Best, Mr. Baker. Middle Row-Mr. Leaf, Misses Waring, Bliller, Ross, Prof. Swartley, Misses Rial, Adams, Pitt. Bottom Row-Mess1's.Liug, Ellis, Bosworth, Regester W't ' ' ' , 1te1, Aunstrong, Wise, Hickman, Weaver. ,.'-.1 3.1 I 1:2 1 1 I IllllllIllIIIlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll nl f '5 llllllllllllllll .11.:mv --'Ill Illlllllllnullllllllffffll'mul II u." llllllllllll 1911111 Glluh EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE VV LX Ellls Cl1a1rn1'1n H R Aeams Seeletary I C XVeaver Tre'1s11re1 Dr F C Lockwood M155 Roxxley I-IONO RARY MEMBERS Ida M Tarbell HHH1lltO1l Holt Seumas McManus ASSOCIATE MEMBERS Dr F C Lockwood MISS S ald1n M155 Ruth M1ller MISS El1zabeth Roberts MISS Rowley ELECTED MEMBERS IQI6 Helen R Adams XV Armstronb Ehzabeth Best VV A Ellls E W H1ekman E Lmg Ruth E P1tt Ellzabeth R Sykes H L Castle Eva Enbllsh I E Isherwood E H Bal er H XV Bosworth Georbm Carr Ruth Deland Marlon R Mlller Leona C R1al Vlmgaret Ross Anna Strong Emma XV arm I L XVISC 1917 I C Weaver G G XV1tter IQI8 R L MeCreary I D Regester H L NV15s1nb EX OEEICIO MEMBERS R F Kahle E B Leaf R L Vloore K G Re1der V 'l r Nz H.-neun R--xx Nh-an 5. Lung, I-lllu-, lh.:-uurlls, Rrpgn-r.lrr, XN'illc1', .Xl'luhlr1uu4, N'im', Hickluun, H"cu vcr. i 4 AA r ll,f.fA I X - ' ' A . E, . -W.--L- . .ww ,M ,,,,, ,,,5 4, A Q H-M by .4 q W v-mu vp, gl I ll e.Q"'l A AA ? A AA 1 ' 1 L 1 L 1 . Rx :QU " T 4 . . . I . . - O . A .F L - G L4 ,Ph ' Q . . E . ' . . ' . I - . ft . ' . I L rx A Q . - . -A VJ - . . -- . , 3 , SD ' . '- Q :1 - . aT ' - ' 5 k. K4 . ' I l . ' 1 U 1 , . . ' - l . ' I , K . - . - 1 I ' . ' 1 ' ' - I f 1 D-1 K1 ' : E Hg. . CD - y- U ' Z . ' . . . . - . ' O - rg . . . 1 , - ' . . . . ' . , g 1- X , . , T X . X D, 'U - ' 1 ' 2 . n , . . . . . . - I . . In ' 5 ' ' , 5' gq ' ' Q ' . '-9 ' ' ' CD UQ - I . P-Q f :V I . : ' I 4 I ' . , ' - ' 4 s , . - . - , ' . - . 7 N 0 A I , 5 5 ll ln -lx H -KA-MW A M F M we -il- . Top Row-Dr. Mulnnver M ' . S O , essis tevenson Armstrong Munhall Piofessoi M ttl ' Nf , , , ' ' a iaei, Messrs. McConnell, Craig' Second Row-Misses Kulp, Davison, Cole, Gaskill, Preston, Clendennin, Gates. Third Row-Mr. Miller, Misses Kahle, Beatty, Bitler, Thoburn, Hendershot, Mr. McKay. ' A Botto R - f ' ' in ow Messrs. VVeave1, Nelson, Castle, Engstrom, Strong. Geor e Craib H Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q , Q I Q Q I Q Q 1 . Q , 1 Q 5 as. Q , i l Q W. 1 ,' 1 , 1 1 . i P 1 i 1 Q 1 1 ,, Q 5 E Q , i i ' If i 5 :c 5 I Z l 2 2 1 - 5 1 : 1 Z - : .1 2 1 -5 1 ,: 1 - 1 , - - 1 1 - " . 1 I 1 .2 - 4 - 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ' 1 1 . 1 1 1 A 1 5 1 . 1 1 5 1 1 , i if 315 llllllllllll " " '-'III llllll in-PII mill" ' "" llllllll llll lllu..llll.f..: i. ma' .llllllll lla.. lm . Kerman Qllnh President ....... .... L eo McKay Vice-President .... .... E lizabetli Best SQC1-etafy ,,,,, ...... T BlllCl' Tfeagurel' , , , .... Cl'l21l'l6S NllllCl' HONORARY MEMBERS Mrs. O. P. Akers Dr. Philip Kraus Mr. Charles Fahr Mrs. Philip Kraus V Mrs. Stanley Swartley Miss Rosalie Bork Dr. G A. Mullin er Fred Amon Williani Armstronb Homer Pail Marguerite Beatty Elizabeth Best Tillie E Bitler Catherine Carroll Helen Cole Miss Elizabeth Roberts ASSOCIATE MEMBERS Prof. D. H. G. Matthaei 1916 Hazel Gasl'ill Helen Gates Helen Hasel' Leo McKay Albert Munhall Nellie Roberts Charles Stex enson Bernice Thoburn Benn Nelson ' 1917 Crarles Miller Harry jones Carmen Kahle Raymond Kahle XV1lll2LH1 McConnell Elizabeth Hendershot Helen Kulp Mildred Richey A nes Robinson John C lVeaver Albert B lVilber Bessie Preston Leonel C. Strong IQI8 john G. Castle Gustav Engstrom 'fl - - "' - 1 1 D 1 i i X 1 N A - . . 2 i qq Q I ' - 1 i H- 1 A i , i Q n 1 A 2 1 gg 2 Q - 1 i 1 i i 1 - 1 in 3 - 1 1 1 Q I-L l c.1 1 r- 2 1 UQ " 1 - - l V , i . X A ft - f 1 N , 1 I, i 1 l in A - 2 " i .- S - S - i - i - - - i in .I 1. 1 1 - R M -e NW no R ,413-?' 4 A Ys., M., Y-vi ----A --un' ' l . s ' we ' , ' x i . -' 1 e ' im, S , 4 N . Top RowQMisses Carew, A. Smith, DeLand, Hazen, Brooks, Whipple, Maxwell, Monroe. Middle Row-Messrs. Boyd, Professor Ward, Misses Allgood, Ross, MacKenzie, Gates, Fetzer, L. Smith, Bitler, Baird Bottom Row-Messrs. Ellis, Mcffreary, Misses Angove, Rial, Campbell, Van Hoesen, VVai-ing, Har er D' " p , 1. Suavely, Nlessrs. Blclxumey, IXICCOIIIICH I ' V ' P gl 1 llmlllllllllllllllllll I I llllllllIIIllllllIIllIIIllIIIIIIIlllllllIIIIlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllli 1 1 I' r , r lllll, ' ' , l ICIIIII - '11IIIIhl""'II""" f - IIII' 1 lllllllllll m.:lllI!f!!JIl uma, ...1:1ll.1llIII.lIn.!!llIIIlll l : : ' E . E E E 1' 1 2 Q E if ' Sv 1 E : .12 QHPTIT U ar nn E 2 l 1 u-n i E President .......... ....... T illie E. Bitler E E vice-Pfesidem .... ..... 1 11111121111 A. Ellis E E Secretary ,,,,,,, .... K atharine Carew E ' E Treasurer ,,,, ...... N 6lSO1l Boyd E E A E - Q E ASSOCIATE MEMBERS E E Dr. Guy E, smvay Prof. R. E, Ward E E Miss Louise Chase E E 1916 -lg E Ruth Allgogd 4 Daphne Harper E E Dorotha Angove Helen McKenzie E 'i", Tillie E. Bitler Leona Rial E E Albert G. Curry Margaret Boss , E 2 Wfilliam A. Ellis Louisa Smith : 5 H6163 Gates Blanche Taylor E E Helen Hasek Emma Wfaring 2 i . l : Charlotte Vlfhipple 1 E I ' 1 I E -E ' 9 7 I I . .g 1 Qlga Baird Lilian Fetzer P i E Nelson Boyd Mary Flahaven 's E :-E 1 julia Brooke Mildred Hazen E I Char-lotta Campbell Rachel Maxweu .5 : Katherine Carew Wfilliam McConnell fr E Ruth Deland Clarence McKinney E E Grace Monroe Agnes Smith E E Agnes Van Hoesen E - - E E 3 HONORARY MEMBER : E Mrs. Stanley S. Swartley 1 E Q - 2 'E E E 153 E- A ' A 1 E' a' 2 IElIIIIllIllllllllllllllllllllllllIIllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll IIIIII IIIIIIIIIIIIIU - MMQ..-.--e A .A -'iv - ' "W "W" wi" "" g Top Row-Messrs. Sheets, McConnell, Doane, Bash, Mumford, McKay, Blasdell Middle Row-liessrs. Reed, Duudon, W. Ellis, Blunhall, Kahle, Wvise NI. Eilisr Bottom Row-Gealey, Yost, Shenefelt, Powell, McKinney, IqllDgCI1,S111ftl1. 4 Z E 1 1 i i 1 an l 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 5' 1 II I III i' I I A ll Ill I llll Ill I llllllllllllllllllllllllll lllllllll 1 ' I ks H - - is E nl 1-1 - 1 I- 1 U I 1 Ei ... illlnhvrn lgrnhlrmn Glluh President .. Seere-t'11'y .... freasurer . . Dr. D A. Smith XV. A. Ellis LQJ. Dundon H. V Harper R. Blasclell Leo McKay J. L. Wfise S, S. Sheets L. Drake C. McKinney jesse Tarr V H. Peckham F. Powell G. Wfitter R. Yost A X. is john L. nas: Harold Peel'han1 ASSOCIATE MEMBERS Prof. H. P. Steniple MEMBERS 1916 D. Gealy Bash Klinbensmith Vlunhall Hoffman Earl Reed E. NV. Hickman ,. 1917 D C. - A R E G F C. Longaneeker Miller Shenefelt F. Kahle McConnell Craig Doane M. H. Ellis 150 i l 1 l l 1 1 I 1 - ' I n A - ,i ICI r - - N W a i 4 L l . i 'I ,. i i ,A i i " i , i -- 11 i.. fl Q - 3 ii ll I1 l'l l - l l 'l J. 2 I1 in Il A Q .l f'. 1:0 Q 1' 1 S - 1 1 i I 4 A . l Q f 14 ,4 fl ' UI Yi " i I ' L11 ua s'.- l "" - f, l - 2. ,.- f ', V, - , .- . ' ., M' Y , ,.-Y..---A--- --f"'n 'W' ' ' ,,.,..............,. .,.. -........ --H M V -gT+,L,,4,,, ..-U , V-rf.. ' - PFPZW ro n'r'f"'1'i E WMw.fMmWF.z1.:kmNYlzf! --v.. LvLk,Db1b. ugealey, bheets, Richmond, Regester, Kendall, Hartung, Drake, Mansell, Gould. Bottom Row-Messrs. Hart. Curry,Mumforcl, Sanner, Wolf, Blasdell, McEnta1'f C11 t,.,,, A-LJ - i1 4 W A fun M- Illllllll"""ll'!!!"" III' ' , . llllllllllllnllu!lIIlff!!plll llllll m:1ll.lllll'.llllnfllllllllll S l E A E E . S E E E :: Q 1 i 3 at : :- s fl 2 Z 5 E :E E 5 E a M E flhnhurn Glluh 5 E . 5 5 E E OFFICERS ' E L Q E A E President . . . . . ........ . . . . R. A. Blasclell g E E Vecretary ...... .......... . . ..... G, VV. Mumford E 2 2 3 E ' 2 E MEMBERS E E H E E : 2 1916 2 2 ' E H. E. Drake A. G. Curry E E . : R. N. Kendall' R D. Gealy 5 5 , E s. s. sheets c. R. won E " l I F. H. Sanner 1 E E W E E A lb E M. B. Clendenin T. C. Lackey E - '-' 3 -" E D E G. E. Engstrom IQIG. M. Hartung E i - 2 ' l -2 J. D. Regester C. NV. Spangle E E E E H, L. Wfissinger B. V. Cline E : . Q 'I' 2 : I Paul DeReamer 19122. F. Richmond E E E R. L. Faulkner A. XV. Deutsch E L1 'E R. L. Hart 1. W. rrafbaugh E E ' E H. A. McCurdy C, A. Mclintarfer E 5 ' 2 A. E. Hart T. D. Mansell E E . , E A J. O. Martin E f-E' E E E R E E 5 3 -- 2 5 X E 10. R 2 E- 1... : . E IUHIIIIIIIlllllllllllllllllllllllllllll llllllllllll llllllll llll llllllllll III IIIID E . a : l E fu' I, D. - ll I -4, , --... ,-, ,-, -fl- ,,.,,-..--Y - -- W -- 'LW' , -M - - ' ' """" .......,.1-,-...-,,. .F y Top Row-Messrs Hutchison Thomew Hoswx ntl D I I Y . . , U, , . fn "1, um on, Alllllilllii, W'ithe1'up, Dr. Darling. Middle RoWfMess1's. Hazen, Neale, Hodgkinson, lilill, Cox, lX.l'll1Sf1'OIlg, Strong, Miss Hall. Bottom RoWhMisses L. Smith, Sykes, A. Smith, Pitt, Mill'-1' L l-il ' Tir- ' " L , yce 1, lxlgelxnel, Lllell, ,llioburu 'A 1916 V 7 -1 .Wit liii fi, 1 af I lllllll FE 1 1 1 1 1 f 1 5 llllllllllllllli iili!lllll2!!flll Illll m n ir liiiiifllfillllvlll ni:!! llllllllllll Zilinglvg Eiulngiral Qllnh President ....... ..... L ester M. Nitherup Vice-President ..... - .,.,, ,,,, R Oy Mellon Secretary and Treasurer ....... Louisa Smith ' ASSOCIATE MEMBERS Dr. C. A. Darling Professor Charles Decker Mr. John Bright Wfilliam A. Ellis Roy Mellon Lester lVitherup Nlorrnan Phillips XVilli'1m Armstron Louis Dundon Courtney McLe'1n Albert E. Munhall Raymond Cox Kenneth Reider Leonel Stronb Paul Hill Harry jones Clyde Richey Dale Thomas Margaret Ross Lulu Lydell Helen Hasek Tillie Bitler Marion R. Miller Emma lVH1'l1'l Bernice Thoburn Edith Hall Louisa Smith Ethel Kleckner 1917 Cecil Hod l'inson 'imes Neil Elizabeth Syl'es Abnes Smith Ruth Pitt Elizabeth Hendersrot 1918 Harry XVissin John Hazen XVilliam Hutchison Howard Bosworth 11 A' i 2 i 2 P- 11 X A ,, A rs 1 i 1 A 1 1 1 X ' X Z Z A 1 Q K , Z UQ 1 ,CH fi 2 L 1 L UQ 1 1 1 1 i 1 Q 1 in 1 1 1 1 f 1 1 H L U1 1 to 1 '-4 1 Q " 1 A , 1 1 1 - X - UQ i I i , L UQ 1 ' L L 1 - I I 1 1 1 - 1 L 1 1 - i 1 I U 1 in in 1 l 1 1 E 1 5 s l 1 1 Q Q Q i . Q Q Q 1 Q Q . Q : Q .I lg : 1 1? Q : 1 L 1 ' 1 -5 Q T Q H: 1 -: 1 T 2 E 1 1 ? : Q 1 1 5 ' F Q: 1 9? 5 1 1 1 - 1- F , : 1 , E - E 5 Z ' 1 f Q 5, - l ft 5 5 Q 1 fl 2 - SQ : 1 I 1 f s 1 1 1 1 i 1 1 . 1 1 1 1 1. A 1 .. 1 1 5 A we ll 1 , l . V Atl 1 4 l l w ,fu 1 'Top Row-Misses Johnson, Richey, Gates Bottom Row-Misses Hudson, Wood, Angove Stnhrnt Muuvrnmvni Aannriatinn Helen Gates . . Dortha Angove Ethel Hudson . Hildur Johnson Mildred Richey Irene VVood . . . nf igulinga iiall 160 . . . . . President . . . . Vice-President Secretary-Treasurer . . .junior Members Sophomore Member 135 ,W 1 Il,llf" lllj wflllli I I 1 m,Qf.' if-tl will l lfl ' aft lf mel .f-r rl ,,,..f ...V -... l V-My -X 1 ,, fl ll 11 l f,5 ?"' ,Q I 1 Q l IEW Eli ,ll "1 l W, .wg , s lf-fi ' il ,ml l 1 l "dl l , ' "l "Y Wa 3 .SJ :gl ,SEJ N l ll :il l -.. , l , M ...I ' ...1 Emi. :ll ll -.J sl :ll ...l ...l -..,z J , ns, L-Jl, ,ll IN,-J l ill f-dll lil s..,,ls F-.M :lr il lil 33 El M ill in Qi lk l l lab I il vi 5 'NM l 2 I 1 LT 'f 2 ff "'e"" 'i-' Q --L' " W' " " ----we of e, ,ev5S?-1-11:15:11 e ee- ' T' K eff: fe e 1 ffl an-f.: e " ' ' " " -,,-,,-,,,-, ,i,.,-,,,,,..,.,,.... -W Y . , YQ --ggh-, ..-,,- 7, v-Y f, V, - -- i -A - - .-.1 ..,,,,,,.,imh.M ,,,,,,, -. , - Top Row-Messrs. Miller, Baldwin, Kinney, Coulsan, Kofoed, Hammett CCoaclU, Drake, Ling CMgr.D, Harbaugh, Heckmun, Meliay Middle Row-McConnell, Askey, Byers, Curry, VVitter, Smith. Bottom Row-Bash, Cox, Munhall, Pierson CCaptainD, Arnold, Scannell, Kramer. ! ' Q Q N - K i 1 Q 1 Q 1 L 1 1 1 Q 1 1 ' - 1 2 Q Q 1" - l Im' lllllllllliiii!lIlll!!!!lll IIlllllll'1l'1llllllllffiillfiullugll11:11slllllllllll Gln Qlnarh Qammrtt The 1916 Ixalclron Board 11'l behalf of the student bocly extends to you 1ts hea1t1est LOI1gI"l.tL1l'1t101lS for your most thorough yy orl ClL1I'1ll0' the suc cessful seasons of the past year You h'1ye nude a place Ill the heart of each one at Allegheny and by your future perseverance an assurance of that same t1ust IS yours XX shake your hand 'ts me leave the portals of our Alma Mater '5 llllllllllllllll imzmv '-'ll llllllllfunnnnll fai::'3lI'mm ll ni." llllllllllll C u ERNEST LING 16 Ernie Ernie has successfully piloted the varsity eleven through a profitable season. His mana- gerial ability was made evident by his consistent efforts in pleasing the men of the team the stu- dent body and the coach We hope that your successor will follow in your footsteps. L J. DUNDON 16 Cheer Leader Ruf is another one of the torcliy hair and has brought the birth of the New Century 1n with boisterous Allegerus and locomotives until Mont- gomery Field and the Gym have rung ith joyful yells for successful teams. As good a leader of singing as cheers besides helping in any stunts that happen to be on hand HARRY H PIERSON 16 Captain Right End Hez . This Year Hez not only captained a great team but showed the boys a few things himself A deadly tackler and a master of his position he made running the ends an unpopular sport for m0S'C Of Alleghellys opponents. He won for him- self the admiration of all Alleghenians and the re- spect Ofihe H1911 he Dlayed He will be remem- bered as one of the best ends that ever wore the Gold and Blue. A ' - F' v1 r W Q - , f l . A t : 5 J hs mucus w Q ' 1 gc ' as cz as 7 1 . . I 9 Q ' K ' 2 1 2 - - 3 cc as if 99 1 . . u 79 VV 1 . F 1 , l ' Q 7 as my H 77 , 0 . . ' 1 9 . . . . In T Ll' -V 1- 1 He, l,,,W I ..f.,,.,- V..-.0 ,,, 3 J, L Af KAJQH 1 . 15.1 1 - , .,. v. 1 A! .1 Q lim'--A 1 Hx ls ll i l.M"efe 1 frm.. l t".,,,q. 1 1 Vase 1 M1 I lxffstig 1 'R 1 SS, 1'-:ir 1 jew L1-:zmgl lj-fa: lik 1. ff? f -QQ 1X- lm' inr- Vw-l I+-1-uv, Vw Iltifr. 1? 1s-I1 PM YT' If llfgjg lac 11 T' , VM51 CT L,-Q' gm.: 1--'sf ITT' 11:3 1-as 11 W -...T A 1112 1 1 1--:I ax.-if -f, lfii 'I Q ...ea r,..M1 .-He. ,,,..-1. ,,...--S ,aaa ,..--ef ,wav ,M- ,,,,f,,- ,I ,J-fm' .... ,, ,...f .... 1 ,fl 1 , ...I M. l ,fin -1 l, f M.,.. FLOYD E. ARNOLD, '15 Left Half Back "Froggy" 1 Playing his fourth year on the 'varsity, "Froggy" Hnished a career in which he has proven one of the greatest ground-gainers in the history of the gridiron game at Allegheny. As an open field runner, his equal has never been seen on Montgomery Field. The one hundred and twenty- seven points which he scored in his four years are but one ,evidence of his value to the team. ALBERT F. MUNAHALL, '16 Full-Back UA-177 For three years Munhall's line plugging has been a brilliant feature of nearly ever'y game. One hundred and eighty-eight points have been credited to Allegheny in that time through his work. Not only is "Al" a terror when turned loose with the ball, but he is a regular bear-cat on the defense. In breaking up plays he is the strongest of the backfield. The full-back who equals Munhall's record will have something to be proud of. RAYMOND A. COX, '16 Quarter-Back i6Ray!Y No man on the team will be missed more next year than Cox. To his generalship and almost uncanny ability to get off forward passes under impossible conditions was due much of the credit for the successes of the season. The open game, which proved so valuable, was built around this player. The hardest man on the team to replace. 165 , 3 1 l 2 , 1 Q 1 4 1 Q .Ml J . 3. 13. U ..?' '21, .im rm .lf ,. 1 ll , .sy . 'Vlx W!! 1 .2 fiilf lilg lzii 'C llllllllllllllll milllll' "'lII llllllllflmllfsfffgfll'IIIIII II u." lllllllllm LAWSON G BASH 16 R1ght Half Back Bre r After two years with the scrubs and one wlth the varsity Bash broke into the l1mel1ght as the offensive star of the last season Brer was always good for his distance on line bucks and off tackle plays and was the most consistent trav eler on tne 1915 squad He was almost always good for ten to fifteen yards through the line and often doubled the distance breaking through the entire opposing team A stai of an unrivalled backlield N. GLAIR KRAMER 16. Left Tackle Kramers punting together with cons? tent work on the line- made him a valuable man on the l1ne. A veteran of the 1914 machine he lived upto his reputation and made good. ALBERT G. CURRY, '16 'Guard "Lem" A valuable linesman who developed this year into real 'varsity material. "'Le1n" is a fighting parson, and therefore a hard man to. play. His Work W3S Particularly good on the defensive. With the experience that he has gained he would' be worth even more to the team next year. It is to be regretted that he will not be able to wear the Gold and Blue for another season. 166 g 'il' Ymrwr , Q 5 5 N 5 5 5 5 5 H 5 5 N E N S . ai ll? .Ji JE? .H ll GEORGE GLENN WITTER, '17 Right Tackle The heaviest man on the team and one of the strongest men on the line. Witter fights hard and learns the game rapidly. With another year before him he will undoubtedly develop into a powerful lineman whom it will be no easy matter to handle. When the 1916 season comes, watch him travel. WILLIAM E. MCCONNELL, '17 Right Guard lKMaC!7 Shifted from the center position at the first of the year, "Mac," although the lightest man on the line, developed into an aggressive and formidable guard. Equally valuable on the offense and de- fense, he did much to stiffen up the line. Mc- Connell has another season before him and is ex- pected to make e. briuieiii reeerd for himself. VINCENT ASKEY, '17 ' sub. Fiiii-Beek HZi-pn Awarded his letter because of sensational and consistent play in the latter part of the season. A terrific line plunger and a fearless tackler. When Munhall was laid off through sickness, Askey stepped into the breach and showed his mettle. He was Allegheny's best ground-gainer against Tech. "Zip" has a great opportunity be- fore him as next year he will do the heavy buck- ing regularly. 167 f,-. ff fl 1 l l l l E l l 1 4 5 E iz l . i ll a s r . 1 , I il 1 'l I l l 1 5 2 6 .li l l I L' 1 fi Ti- L, " 'Ab if 'AZ ,. .-...i.1:..:-... ' . 44... . ... 4.....L -J . ' Li-4w..-' MARTIN J. SCANNELL, '18 Captain-Ealect, Left End I KKMik.e,l A fast, heady end, with lots of iight and an abundance of knowledge of the game-a fine run- ning partner to Captain Pierson this year and a worthy successor to the wiry Swede as captain. Although an underclassman, he gained his new honor by a unanimous vote of the team. Already a great asset for the team, he has two more years in which to better his record. May he, as captain, meet with the big success which he richly de- serves. JOH4N W. I-HARBAUGH, '19 Center "Harpoon" A Harbaugh learned the game fast and beat out several men for the pivot position. After that he was a .fixture on the line. The plays which came through the center of the Allegheny line were very few and far between. In the Pitt game, the redoubtable Peck, captain-elect and all- American center, failed to star as usual, getting but one tackle 'behind the Gold and Blue line. This fact marks Harbaugh as a "comer" at the center position. If his head is not turned by his rapid progress, he will undoubtedly be one of the greatest of Allegheny centers. JAMES' BYERS, '19 Left Guard X lCJiI-rl!! Another Freshman who came across with the goods. A hard fighter and a consistent player, Jim Cerfaillly made good. Unfortunately for the s entering Annapolis and his services Will be lost. If last year's work is any indication, Byers has a football career before him. team, he i 168 'Y .UI 'un i a Jill. :sw My 19.75 1252, 4125 1231 P-Wy an-3 J,n? nl!- EEZ C-'. his I a.. fl. , ,n 1 1 gf, Q af fy ,jji Zq ' 4 2 If WM' 4 27 ?f4 ff 2 9 Z Top Row-M essrs. Hammett CCoachD, McKay, Bash, VVithe1'up CMg1'.D Bottom Row-Volk, Cox QCaptainD, Bianchi. am! ..I I : I X-.I XXII -I I 4 xl N, I N. IMI I I I 'I As, I I ,Q I I 'I QII -I V-,MII .V . II .W - II ,f I -- I 5 ,xxx XII lx? I, Q11 A.,jI -NJI NK, -...MI 4 I ...bbq , I II -Q., II -II I I I.,-+I I I lj I ...NSI i I I II I Kg.,I I I mzi . I -...,, L , I ,III I I I Ii I I 'I ,I LII II ',I I I .I I .I I I II II I .I II I I I I I I I I I I I I I I ,I I I X, .QI F M. LESTER WITHERUP, '16 Manager Mskyrs A good season, a good team, and a good man- ager. :Sky has proven to us that his head con- tains, besides foolishness and bird knowledge, a considerable amount of managerial ability. The fact that there wasn't a kick registered against him from any side speak well for the-manner in which he ran his end of the deal. RAYMOND A. COX, '16 Left Forward, Captain - IHRa'.yl3 In Cox, Allegheny loses one of the surest shots, cleverest dribblers, fastest forwards, and best all-around players that ever wore, the Gold and Blue. In the game long enough to win a couple of games for us in his Freshman year, he has been our chief point-winner ever since. Be- sides the field goals, he has contributed not a few tallies from the foul line. Il-Ie leaves a hole that will be 'hard to fill. LAWSON G. BASH, '16 Right Forward ClBre?r17 A clever iioor man and a wonderfully accurate shot, Bash leaves another bad hole to fill. He stood next to Cox in, points scored this year, with a total of 112 out of our 509. Q You couldn't leave them safe when Bre'r had the ball. Instinct seemed to tell him where the basket was and 'ne scored goal after goal without any apparent aim. , 171 I. 1 1 1 ,'1 1-1 l'1 1 111 1 I 1 1 1 '1 1 11. 1 1.1 '1 I Q1 H' 1 1 . 11 P1 I J: , . 1 1 1 1 11 I 1 'J I 11 1 -11 . ,1 1 'EF , 11 1 1 V1 1 rin' 1? 1 1 1 1 11 111 1 I. 111 V1 111 .1 I 113' 11' 111 i. 5,1 UQ' .W 11' E1-I 111 111 .1, I-I 11' 11 I1 11 ,. 1 I A1 1,. EU? 1l! -gafl 1111, 1.1 1 1 35 I. ' 121 1.1 111 l'1 ,1 '11 11, il 11 111 ll .111 1'17l. . 1111- 1 1-'li 1611! 1 1 .1. 1 ,-. 1 111111 . 'p11! 1 1,111.1 1 , 1,1111 i11,,11!1 111.1 LEO McKAY, '16 Center CKMaC77 The pivot 1man on our wonderful team was McKay, another Senior. Naturally a high jumper, "Mac" usually gotthe tip-off where he wanted it, making our signals most successful. Quiet, steady, consistent, although never sensational, he has played a good iloor game, held his man a little more than even, and well filled a hard position. I-IUMBEIRT BIANCHI, '18 Right Guard, Captain-elect V lCBert7! With Bianchi at the helm, the chances for next year's team look good. He is one of the hardest workers and most consistent players on the team.' Never seems to have a bad day. Playing at for- ward in his Freshman year, he showed great ability at holding down running guards and this year he put up a wonderful game as one of them himself. JOHN VOLK, '19 Left Guard "Junts" A slight tribute to Volk's ability is the fact that he, although a Freshman, won out on his position over a large field of competitors from the higher classesg and for a neophyte to make the team here is a rather infrequent occurrence. As a sticker, he smashed the hopes of more than one forward for a record, and came down' the floor a few times for a basket himself. One of the stars in the Pitt game. Also a good foul shot. ' 172 .,, ,1' 11 111. . .... 1 . 1:5211 1..,f1 , ,,,.f. ' 1101? 5 l ,.., 1 1' ,I 1 .111 ,af 1 ,rf I , -..fe : l.. 5 1 . 1 ,-f'4 1r,,ii ..-f-1 1 M111 113.11 114,431 .-41 iii 5:12 .fm .Q 1?-11 1j-E11 .W11 533.11 X E315 51211 131 1'1-'JE 11.11 1 1.1 ...Q LN-. 1"""'1 K... F... 1... I 1K 11... S.. 1--A lf' L 1 ,Tm if C I.. 'N 1 1 1.1 1 ll tl Q no tx . lgf H W' IIN! 1, 3 ezi 4 153, 'i 1 , QI 1: I1 ,I U 4' I! I 1 Qi' 'c ! H, ,. fi 1? 4 A i W I ,XE l W, gm kj T ol' 92 I. 5 as 11 N EQ 7 4 lg + 2 6 1 f lx 1 . if 1 ix 15 I L51 1. 1 W N 4 11 J F Q 1 4 , 7- ---'-1-ff --W A Whig ,....,4: -...m..-g Y ,fwl ----,-1- ,,- ,,-..,, , , , ,.-.,v - .-13213-3-7ifL., l- 5 ' W--"3-"V 1 4 . , ,, fx: , ipsr- - - .Wir--" v il- ,,,.,.,...,- H tt CCoachD Hall Armstron DeReame1 Top Row-Messrs. Hauch, Coulsan, Baer, Stetson, amme , , g, ' . , . . . 4 . P H- Bottom Row-Lmg, Drake, Mclxay CCapta1uD, McK1nney, Kmney, 121115, owe llllllllll lllllllllllllllllllIllllllllIIIIIIIIIIIIlllIIllIIIIIlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll D af . I 5, Q , E a 1 A 3 l H ::: f . 1 4 1 4 . 4 1 , 6 1 1 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 g la l J 5 ' l l REEF! .ga 2 f , if EIIIlllllllllllllllllllllllIllllllllllllIlllllllllllllllllllIIIll lIIIlllllllllllIIIIIIIIllllllIllIlllllllllllllllllllllllll 15 -. ,Q "I ..!!!u , F. H. AMVON 16 Fritz How to live on nothing a Week. A little prob- lem like this is easy for this young man after managing one of Alleghenys teams. In spite of financial diiliculties Fred has managed the track team well and the success of the big Interscho- lastic Meet was largely due to his untiring effort. The manager of a team deserves more credit for his Work than he get. believe us. ' LEO MCKAY 16 Captain Mac A man who believes in hard training Mac has had an almost unequalled athletic career. His four years service on the track team have dem- on trated the success of his theories. His ability in the jumps and in the hurdles has been one of the biggest items in the successes of the team. Let us have more athletes like Mac. E. F. LING, '16 "Ernie" F Ling has come to be one of the institutions of the track team. Not a star -athlete, he has always "come close." At present Writing he has not won his letter, but we are sincerely hoping that he Iinds somebody he can 'beat before the end of his- last year. Ernie is one of the few men who have stayed with the track game in spite of rotten luck and only fair ability. 175 -I .. -- - I v . v , i v i i n W r I .7 1 7 s H Q. l ' llll ' ' 9 "I llllll l 5 usual . 5 A r 1 l 2 u ss 'F . 1 1 . . . S, l 1 I 2 1 at rs 4 ,D . . 1 1 . S . . . ' I ill III i t T Ill - lllllIlIP"""IIT"""lr' F Q--- Illllllll EE Vi lllufllllffffz mm. nm' .mill lla.. 5 -.: T 5 5' T B 5 - 5 5 l 1 ' s T ' s " " : - Q : 1 5 :- - : . 1 - : s 1 1 1 - 1 - - - - - - - - . , W 3 H H , Q - - , : l 0 5 - l : l : : : : Q : FRED H. POWELL 17 Fritz l Fritz surprised us all in that awful meet with Tech this year by winning the pole vault and nearly breaking the college record. Constant work and consistent trainin-g have made a good pole vaulter out of him He has another Yf-331' 130 break the college record and we are constantly expecting to see him get away with it. O. C. CURTIS 17 5 Curt Curt keeps plugging right along regardless of anything. Owing to this peculiar quality of his he has made of himself a good two-miler. He has another year to represent Allegheny in the dis- tances and is promising himself a great season next year. A. J. KINNEY, '18 i ' "Brick" Though by trade a boilermaker, Brick has sul'- rendered the charms of Mail Pouch and become the best sprinter in school. Owing to his strength and speed, Brick will give anybody a good run. They all look alike to him. Nobody worries whether he will run a good race, We got over that long ago when Brick was a Freshman. We are glad that he has two more years of competi- tion. We trust Brick will live to see Tech de- feated by Allegheny. l76 Q C Q Q Q 5 E Q G Q Q Q Q - 5 ' Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q 1 Q - Q - Q Q Q 1 Q 1 Q Q 5 1 Q 1 Q W Q 1 5 1 5 1 5 1 5 Q 5 Q 5 1 5 1 T 5 I " 1 S 5 EllllllllllIllllllllllllIIIlllllllllllllllllllllllllllIlllllllIlllllllllllllllllllllll ... . y J 1 -S gp - -, T Tl 4 V Wild 'Q -1 Q.-, , 5 .IM s 301 M192 V N S S S 5 5 N N 5 S N N 5 E 5 Q and Q ,fs -. 1 Q5 S Q 1 5 : f'f-1? to : -43-Milly Q ' Q Q Q Q Q E 1 Q E . 1 1 - : 1 1 1 1 1 . 1 , 1 L E 5 3 W' . E za' 4 : is ..-'THQQ 0. K If Q fp-I llii. 3 1 .. . : ' :ze an - f 5. 1 .lf mfr 1 1 , if -re - ' . H 7 1 1 1 I - s 1 , 2 I 3 1 - r 1 3 . I . I I 1 Q I .' 1 1 - . 1 . 3 . .- 3 4 Siu VA" 1 , 1 2 'jl?'ft1::'? : .A 1 a'it,I1lM Q ,,g rm- 5 L 4 5 1 gg?fz'?5 1 P ,4 .Tiff : X "" nv V. we g .-r-N"off2' ' ' , ,I Q , 2. 5 pr 1 1 ' J 1 5 J 5 4 4 f i. 4 : 5 . 4 5 - 1' Q -, 1 ..... 'I L. C. DRAKE 17 Duckie After understudying Brick Kinney for a year Duckie has appeared in the role of a low hurdler that is able to amply fill the big gap left by Dutch Fahr. .A sure bet in the sprints and hurdles Duckie is one of the most valuable men that Coach Hammet has learned to depend upon. is getting better all the time which fact is the most gratifying about it all CLARENCE MCKINNEY 17 , Mac From a fairly good half-miler Mac has blos- somed this year into a star quarter-miler with a promise of a world beater for next year His long tride makes the hurdles look less than a foot high. One of the prettiest runners that Coach Hammet ever developed Mac bids fair to make the runners in this neck of the Woods sit up and take notice. . MURRAY I-I. ELLIS, '17 iKBrig77 Brig Ellis has a natural ability as a runner and has developed this ability to its fullest ex- tent. He is one of the 'most dependable men on the squad and is ready to deliver the goods seven times a Week, if necessary. He has run the half for three years and has always given a creditable performance on ever'y occasion. He is one of the men on Whom Allegheny's track hopes are based for next year. ' 177 i 7 7 IIII ll ' r 7' Q Y i q f I ' lllu lIIl""-'II lllll' I "4 llllll "I 5 Anon! A . 5 A 1 . J 2 cc u 9 1 1 He v In 7 1 If 77 S 7 . ' -- A ' J l 1 i 1' ' 1 , "' l- 1- . H. Castle, Cox, J. Castle Elvnnm I. G. Castle R. A. Cox Qllflanagerj H. L. Castle F. B. Doane T Grove City College. Pk Geneva College. T Geneva College. X Carnegie Technical School 'L' Carnegie Technical School. if Syracuse University.. -ii T Matches wonfby Allegheny. "Rain, no match. 178 ,J S E s S Q N Q 2 5 lllll lllllllll llllllllllllllllllllllll ' 1 Q . Q Q Q Q - Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q E 2 2 Q 4 5 l 1'- 5 l E 1 g g 3 , 2 'z 2 2 f . V Q 1 i l E : . T 1 ' 1 1 3 1 2 5 , 1 J 1 J 1 6 D g : 1 ,I 4 , mu I ' Imllmllllllllggm. ,, , , ' IIIIIIIIIII .ii.:nlllrf!1lII num an-4:ill.'lllll.II nz!! lllllllllll E E 3 2 ll' 2 E 4 S S 4 E 3 Q E Athlvtir Svummarg :E- - , E Poor BALL 7 E E Cpponents Allegheny E E St. Bonaventnre ............ .... 0 52? E E Akron University ............. . . 6 IO E E Carnegie Technical School ...... . . 40 7 E E A University of Rochester ..... 0 IQT 2 E University of Pittsbrugh .... . . 42 7 E E Hiram College ........... 0 SQX E ,Ii Geneva College ........ 0 IQT 5 4 E Grove City College . . . . .. 9 A 6 E ll- .. --- - AI E Total Points .... ., . . Q7 159 E E E E BASKET BALL A E E Opponents Allegheny 2 E Mt. Union . .1 .... ,............... 1 S 55X E E Geneva College ........ . . 18 - 6096 E E Wooster University . .V .... . . 16 492: E E 4 1 Ohio University ............ . .. 18 ' 4296 E l Cjhio Vlfesleyan University ...... . . 23 ' 34 E , E Hiram College ............. . . 29 ' 36? E E 4 Grove City College ....... . . 26 ' 4796 E E A ' University of Pittsburgh ..... . . 29 V 30 E E Carnegie Technical School ..... . . 25 37 I 5 E . Geneva College .......... .. 34 23 E 1? Alumni .......... . . 26 5496 : 5 -- H- 5 E Total Points .... 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J. nx Vw sr", 44' .fx sL ,- x ff' DIIllllllllllllllllllllIIIlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII Gr G. Witter r makvfwlh Gbrainrrral Glnntrzi Ford Memorial Chapel Feb 3 1916 SPEAKERS G. Witter QXNinr1erj ............... "The Golden Rule 111 D1plomacy G. Curry ....... Q .... ..... Q ..... F. Kahle ..... ..., . . .HA11 I11ter11at1o11al V1g1l311CC Comnuttee E. Drake ....... ........... W anted a League of Peace I E. Isherwood ....... .......... N atronal Defense XV. E. Hosler JUDGES Rev. Mark Kelly 182 l lllllllllllllm igggllllqgggllllllllllllllllllllllr.iii-'ll lllll' II ln." llllllllm G.. ff , 5 "A -- C - lllmmml Q- 'Q--lu ulllllllfllllllllrmf'are l null , C lllullll . mar' .llllllll lla.. e f ..a C I E E E 3 . 3 s g 3 S : E S E E S E E'-. 5 1 l E :E E Q ' H E E . - , . E E E Ightln-illrankltn Gbratnrrral Olnntrat 5 E : 3 S E l Ford Memorial Chapel, March 25, 1916 - Q I 2 E l E E E r E SPEAKERS t E E l 3 '5 E r E 1. E. Isherwood .................... t .......... "National Pfolnbitiolff E 2 21. E E W. Armstrong .... ............. . . .ulmmigrantsu E - . E Q E J. D. Regester .......... .............. ' 'Aristocracy and Democracy" S n 5 a E ,E J. G. Castle QVVinnerj ............................. "Prison Reforms" E : f 1 J. B. Rusterholz ........... A College Educatlon for the Busmess Man 2 H : 2 J. PCITOS .......... The Effects of Wfar and Qur MISSIOH to Humamty E S r Z H Z ' E E E - Q V Q JUDGES E . : ' : Dr, Smith it DT. Lockwood : E 5 E Dr. Henke ' 2 .-: l : a E E 2 E E 1 3 Z i E f E E C at 1 i E E E E E E 5 E E E l ' 183 E 5 Q l"-.E aa - C s as , . i' fl ' IElllllIllIllllllllllllllIllllIllIlllllllllllllllllllllIllllllllllllllllllllllllflllllllj 75' l ' 1 C , T I C C' C 2 .ff , +-3,3-9" QQQM 'QI The Ford Memorial Chapel and Ruter Hall S 31 ll lllllll X luxull uullufluuluullllllllllIll' I ll Ill llllllllllIIIllIllIIIIllI'HHIIIllllllllllllllllllllfllllI D . . . 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Hickman ..-..-.-...-a.---.--... ...In- Assocm TE EDITORS Helen Adams - ' "" '- 1- i 1 D il il 1 1 S i - i , i L -I i A i I l i - lu . - 1 i - 1 S 14 - 1 i i 1 i 1 i L i , -I 1 1 i s-K - 00 I 'Q 1 1 1 il ' . V 1 - 1 - - P D Q l , l - 1 '1 i, 1 - ii .- il L L - - D 1 -' --, i, in in 1. 1 1 - S A S 3 L 5 .' E i 5 5 5 E Q 1 5 g 1 L 1 1 Q 2 5 I Q ' 4 Q : 1 :, 1 I E Q Q : 1 . 1 1 i 'E Q 5 Q 5 i -1 1 . 1 5 2 5 Q 2 E 2 5 L' 2 - f 1 1 Q I 1 :- : n -g I Q 1 5 -.1 5 I x 1 i : 3 2 E 1 5 1 Q 1 Z L is 5 I 4 5 , 5 E . 51 E 5 2 I 9 2 1 3 3 1 3, 1 E 1 2 S ri S S - S Q S 1 tg 1 ' 1 5 1 -' 1 1 1 1 1 S . 1 M 4 Elizabeth Best J, L. Wise G E. Engstrom K Woodard I. VVeaver Eva English C W. Mumford Winfield Zehfung BUSINESS MANAGER Edison H. Baker PHOTOGRAPHERS . L A E Ling Dr. Charles Ling 415331. - .- --fa ' ' - - ',sv-,L ,H , "" - -f 'fl -v -- - -f'--, -'j-771' :V -M - - ' :g1,,..l.------- A-----f - 1 X Left to right-Mr. Leaf, Miss Carr, Messrs. Ellis. Kahle, Bosworth, Miss DeLand F-0 2 A-' E Ie :EEE :- - 'S il 5-""' E' E A 2 3 i 5 S 3 -'E 12'- 2'- 2 Glampwa Mnarh Ed1tOf 1n Ch1ef W A 1 ll 5 ASSOCIATE EDITORS Raymond F Kahle Ruth Deland R. E, Hart REPORTERS Georgia Carr K. Rieder F H Bacon H. Bosworth ' MANAGER V I E. B. Leaf A V Q IQIII lllllllll IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII lllllllllllllllllllll lllll lllllllllllllllllll El N", A 4 - "M ' ' , ---'-:tfQ---'....- f"..1-"-b-"fl"-'I' f -f ,- f -Y 'v' f Y ,- ,, i i F-6-Q Y,-V -..m..::: ,fwfr 7 Y H 7,,,,..,, ,.,.-.....Y. . - - -Y 5--,,,,, -- fem N Left to right-Miss Adams, Mr. Hickman, Miss Best, Messrs. Weaver, Moore ' llllllllllllllll mill'-""Il Illlllllfunnuufllf ::f53lI'1lIIIv II u." Illlllllllll - Q 1 Q - Q Q . - : I E ,- Ed1tor 11'1 Ch1ef Ehzabeth Best A : Lnivrarg Hlnnthlg Mnarh 2 i 1 3 '-I 1 i S 1 . 1 i i i i 1 i i i i i i l 1 i JI Z i i - 1 1 i 1 1 lllllllllllllllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII : Ass1stant Echtor Helen Adamq ASSOCIATE EDITORS - 1 , -' 1 i 1' , "Q- Q V E BUSINESS MANAGER E R. I.. Moore 2 E VV. Hftkman I. VN eaver I l 3 191 , J - D 'C Illlllllllllllll ulli'lIIl' 'f'lII llllll I !:ff55lI'1IlIIv ll nu." Illlllllll K - Hulings I-Iall b A -Y' - I l Y I ig ' '1 111 11- 1 . 1 1 1 1 511, 151 4 . if 1 11,1 1 1V , 11' 1, 51 "' 1,1 1 lf, 1 i-1 1,2 1 ,11 1 1 1 1 1,- 5' "1f1 1. fi . , 1 iiyw 1 1 . if 1 1 5111 21 1 1 251 i 1 1' Q1 1 121' 41 1' N ' '1 I . 1 1 i ' . 1 F - 1 1 1 1 1 . 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Middle Row-Shenefelt, Ishervvood, McKinney, Scott CLeade1'D, Ogden, McConnell, VVitl1e1'up. Bottom Row-Messrs. Tear, Yost, Sauuer, Miller. '5 llllllllllllllll m.!llII'1"'lll IIIIIIII unuuufIlf..:ff3lI'1lIIlv ll u.'lIIlIIIIIllll Vv L Scott Bruce Kahle E XV H1ekman C1a1re Kramer R I Tuttle I I Dundon W A H1115 H W Manvdle S. Eberle C. Kramer VV. E. McConnell W, L Scott T 1. Megirt Foster Doane LJ Dundon Vincent Askey FQ SE, Klrkpatrirk itlvn 5 C5122 Glluh OFFICERS MEMBFRS Fiv st Teuovf Sec01fLd Te1z01 Ogden Sheets Sljenefelt . I. Tuttle M M. L. Wahefup F irst Boss A ' XV. Hutchison Fred Sanner Second' Bass C.M.Mi11er T I XY. Tear 195 Leader Manage1 Re'1de1 Solorsts Accompanrst D11 ector E A , ' t I ' I 7 , V v V - - ' I ' J ' ' .-i... ll -A ,git :Wi-f114 v,3g.A1:1, -...ff f - ffl, -W-14 W- K:-LW o o f --1-,-. .ara-' rr f 'fra' --if 2'-5-P - A 15 -.'..':1.',.. f , -. - fr-: , - - H M- gl ,bn-Q, ,f . ,. ,, , . 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Florence Downing A Manager - - - Ruth Allgood Assistant Manaber , ,Bessie Pfegtgn Ruth Brumbaugh Mary Carroll Florence Downing Lucile Dunbar Isabelle Ereer Emma Kightlinger Ruth Allgood Dorothy Blaker S Tillie Bitler Elizabeth Best Q Hazel 'Gaskill CLUB MEMBERS Sopranos x-L Ruth Miller Bessie Preston Lucile Richards Esther Sigendall Adelaide 'Singley Helen Zimmer C0-ntraltos V Lillian House Marion Miller Madeleine Rischell Blanche Taylor Bernice Thoburn Emma Waring 197 o-Q 2' 2 : Z IQIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII Illll lllllllll llll l lllllllllllll ll I lllllll lilllll I C-Ol l - i l l . . i - 11 . 1.1 - 1' . U. , va l Q 1 l, -1 .1 ' lbs' u-Q av l'l l Q Q . N6 Q , , --1 ' l 11 . 1 H11 sl 0 Q :nl l ll il II - I.l ll! 1' ' l - , . 1.1 , . 1 ' 1 ' . ' l , . L ,, , o .1 ' . l . 1 - 1 it UA rl ri i i i 1 1 . l l i l i Q 1 D ' mul I' + v 'l f - llumu llmfllllllllllm E '. 5 'r 1 I..." 5 A i lllh. : 3 . 1 i V 2 1 i 1 1 i 3 - . - ::: ::: i 4i i i . 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Iss I C ga s 1 So 'Q 4 1 ',"'s R xl, o ', 7 a 9. .. is 'r 4 go 'iss , s u I QW U7 - - - - - - - - - - - - - it C' -' 7. YI Q S I i .T IL' I- IT l'l l - - - - - - - an - "1 -- Q- -- -- -- -1- Q - llf -I- -Ii ,Ali 'll- lv- - - Y 1 -7 - S Q - C I 4 - - i -I 'I fl 7- - - - - - Q -' - - - I Huang Him 5 Glhrvatmn Annnrmtinn ' OFFICERS Burns , . Pres1dent L Drake . . - VICE-P'fCSldCHt C C. Curt1ss . . Secretary H W1SS1Hb 1.1-larbaugh . A . V Treasurer ' CHAJRMEN OF COMMITTEES l R Blasdell. . . . . . . . . Gospel Teams Leo McKay - - - . Soe1al F- D- GCHIY ,- . . Neibhborhood Work . IXSl Cy. . . l Music VV. .Armstrong . .. ' , Misslons M. Clendemen . . Publicity F Powell. . . . . l Conference 2 L- Df'1l'C -- . .. . . Fall Cam a1 14 I? W- -Afmsffowb . . Y M.C A. Handbook E I I - 4' . 4 4 I 4-4 1-4 L-rj fi u ix f Z . . ' 0 :- . Q' . -.,f'Y, fb -. - . C' ' rr.'. . -..- Q ': ,2,,' .- ".'-Af ", -I -. -. -, .'u. 5 ': I ' Q ca :- - , -1 I ' o -33: 2- 3: 1 Q . ,u-A. ' .U n F-4 . 'CD . U7 . , r'+ . .G Q.. , K4 Bl ll JP" - W , , l lllllllllflllIIIIllllllIIIllIIIllIllllllllllllllllllllllllllklkk J X lllll lllllllllllllllll llllllllllllllllllllllllllIIII ll til. 1 . -,,...-..-..,,.,y---'f-r-1w-- -A v N ----b ' ,A 1 S NK Q fr 5 . mul lm.. - Q Illlllllllllllll im!lllI!:!!!llI llllllllllllllvn ii::51llfIIIII'lII lil!! Illlllllllll E l E : 5 5 E E E 2 E 2 E E E E E E 5 E S Z E S'-i l Z : 1' 3 Q 1' : E .1 : E . 5 5 E , . . . . S 5 l E lgnnng mnmrn 5 Glhrwhan Azanrmtrnn 5 s : : 2 l E r E E y E V OFFICERS E 2 E i Leone Rial ......... ....... . ..... ........... P r esident E E W E Martha Kelley ...... ....... V ice President E ' E E Helen Davidson .... ......... S ecretary E ' E E Martha Nebinger .......... . .............................. Treasurer S 3 M E S y : E 5 ' CHAIRMEN OE COMMITTEES E E 2 ' Georgia Carr ............ A ........................... Annual Member E E I Mildred Richey ............................ . .............. Devotion E : I I: Ruth Pitt ............. ....... B rble Study 2 E E Ginevera Campbell ....... ....... M issionary E 5 3 E Waring ........ ............. .Social E ,, - mma zz - E E Helgn Fggo ,,,,, Association News E nl 1 w -,, E Q E Ireney Wogd ,,,,, . . . ...--........... MUSIC 3 E - Jessie Howell .... .................... S ocial Service E E I E ' Helen MacKenzie .Student Volunteer Representative 2 E ' E Lillian House ,,,, ........................ . Jubilee E E R r E E 4 I1 in g 2 I 201 : 5 2 . 1' 5 4 E l -": 5 li ' P " l P Pi e P - as 'er - y I Ill lllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllIlllllllllllIllIIIllllllllllllllllllllllllU P r- g P S Li 1 'ill Q 1 I 1 1 1 1 I 1 1 I, ,ll 'i I '11 F il .lil .wi .ll ,! ,xl 1 .l. gl fill ,9. lil ,L li . V eil Tig lisf 'I 9. is fi ,Y no 3! Srl 1:1 ls al rl ll ,. 1? if , in Ali V il l .i Il .1 ll All nl tis 4 ll: ll ll 1? L1 lf 'z if '1 ll li lil il 5 ll lf .1 .W . . Top Row-Messrs. lllasdell, Gealey, BClCE1'1tH1'fC1', Faulkner, Richmond. Bottom Row--Mr. Mumford, Misses Thoburn, Mackenzie, Clough, Mr. Mansell. 2 Svtnhrni Hnlnntvrr Baath fur Jlinrrign illlinainna Morto: "Tile Ezfc11zgeZi.scz.ti01i of the W01'ld in this Ge7fle1falti01z" 1916 Robert A. Blasdell Helen MacKenzie Fred D. Geilly Bernice X. Thoburn 1917 ' G. XV. Mumford Valeda l... Clough Genevieve A. Scott 1919 ,l- D- MZIUSGH C. F. Richmond R. L. Faulkner C. A. MCE11f3TfC1' 202 fins ,VU I . g 1 X R i S xv' W i f 1 I W 1 L W I I 1 I , , 1 A. NH3 I : 52" Y MH i 5,33 Ii Q i lv ij: Wm W 1,.4s. WL: 4 P ,I MJ: s Ni 'E Q. Qfafi m ' I1 '1i,'I 7H "I:I.5" L-fl' ' li' flla 73, ffl! 1" if W f. 1: ,, .Fl fy!!! ,Vi w"'Ii4' r , 1 Q l v,:'l.l :qk': ,, . Top Row--Messrs. Dunou, Yost, WVise, McConnell, Gealey. Bottom Row-Messrs. Isherwood, Hickman, Scott, Miller, Ellis. Buzvr Bn Estabrished IQ08 OFFICERS President ....... ............ .... W . L. Scott Vice President .... ...... C . Miller Treasurer ..... . . .W, McConnell! PLA YS PRESENTED 1915-The Dictator 1912-Comedy of Errors 1914-Arms and the Man 191 I-School for Scandal 1913-Trelawney of the NVells 1910-She Stoops to Conquer 1909-The Rivals THE IMPORTANCE OF BEING EARNEST Presented May 23, 1916 204 1.1 'JI lf W w W. tl ll .ff ,fe ll f. lf n. lf lf tif I sf' 2 lf E li lf- L l it ww. L.. V V5 ti V lf. 1... lr l- ll 1 1 ' ll Ri to li: l ll' E F H. l. l was w l l 1 , l, l ll ,, Ll 1. l l l I 1 l l L E 1' li ,... -Q sl ,- l 1. Top Row-Misses Rial, Harper, Adams, M. Ross, Carroll, Preston Bottom Row-Misses H. Ross, Beatty, Best, House. ililme - n - Lftlert Established 191 1 Elizabeth Best ..... ................ . . . President Marguerite Beatty. . . . . .Vice President Helen R. Adams. . . . . . Secretary Margaret Ross .... ........................ . Treasurer Les Romanesques, 1911 A PLAYS PRESENTED Twig of Thorn, 1913 Pygmalion and Galatea, 1912 Revenge of Shari-Hot Su 1914 Mice and Men, 1916 MEMBERSHIP 4 1916 Helen R. Adams Mary Carroll Leona R111 Elizabeth Best Daphne Harper Hazel Ross Marguerite Beatty Marion Miller Margaret Ross 1917 Katherine Carew Bessie Preston Helen Warner Lillian House 205 Agnes Van Hoesen 111 hi 1 1 ,1 i1 11 11 1 1 1 11 1 11 111 1 1 11 11 11 1 1 1 1 ' 1 1 1 1 1 11,5 1 11 1 1 11 1 1 11 W. ,1 1 1 1 1 11 ' 1 111 i 111 ., 4, 1 1 1-411 1 11 1, 1 1,1 1, 1 111 1'1 1. 111 1,1 1 1 1, 11 1 1 1 1 1. 12 j'1 1 1 1 1,1 111 11' 15 1 .'1 1, 1 1 111 11, 1, -1 1 111 1 ' 1 1111 ' 15: 1 11 1 1 x11 11 ill It 1 i 1 1 11. 3 1 1 1 '- 11 1 11 .J 1, 1:1 1 1 , 1 1 I 1 1 111, 1 1 1 1 O 1 1 1 1 1 3 1 . , 1 11' I 111 ,i 111 1 '1, , 11 . 1- 1 1 1 1 ' 1 JC- -L ., init' - W-, - ,J L' ' ' ' ' ' iv f.v-4.77-say- T4-i......lu1 ...uu.,...-.......gQ1 1--,--.i. ,::ra.......' ,... ' - - - - A-- A - A, , ' ' '1' V' 11' lI ' -all' n 2 , , 1, ,JP - " M ' "' """""""1--'-""- '-- ---A -- - ---1- --Y-v2f1f"ff -"'iT?:'I.-'-' .411-x-1-'ri F-5:-rig-g 13,1 '1"j'7'j"'5g' uli - 5 . 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'iff- CR IVY I - nun m., , I .1 yy I E llllll lllllllll iiummraseilll Illllllliuummiiazs-ll in lull ui.!!IllII IlIll Laying the Cornerstone ofthe Carnegie Hall of Chemistry Hnnnirial Qlalnnhar SEPTEMBER 14-15. Freshmen raise a flag on Montgomery Field Sophs raise posters about town '-was it a flag rush or a poster scrap? . 15. The Freshmen sleep in while the upperclassmen get registered A sad lick of Sophomores develops. 16. All trouble is forestalled for the year at Cochran Hall by or- ganizing self-government. I7 Introduction Night' Freshmen are trained in building bonlires Ib. A rainy Saturday night' to keep the Freshmen from getting homesick Dr. Snavely tells stories. 2o Reception season begins-Y. W. C, A. .at Hulings. 21. uill Club authors describe T N F.. meeting 21-25. Elections now going on' Campus admits the existence of politicians ! 2 . Y. M. C. A. reception, 4. General reception at the gym for everybody who didnt get re- ceived at the other tvvo. A 3. Phi Beta Kappa election' Helen Adams and Robert Blasdell fined five dolltrs apiece for keys. 1 l 27, Erie Conference ends' Prexy and Dr. Elliott are elected dele- gates to General Conference next spring and the Greek classes begin to look forward. 28. CC1lllf7'1-LS usurps Prexy s authority to grant holidays tr-r-rouble! 9-30. Senior-Junior mass meetings' they decide not to apolo ize, merely to let Frei think they have. ' 3 . Fraternities adopt their annual good resolutions for rushing QCEISOH S 1 ' 'F V 2 0 , ' 'T 7 4 W l 9 , , l 2 s 2 7 l 2' y 2 c J 23, l A . 7 l 2 c a g 4 I I ' ' 210 F T 2 I gl ' .I .Y A- V V' Y I I i Y f I IllIIIIlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll LK p V l EppxxxxxxxyyyyyyyyxxxsnjnixuuIllInulllplnmlullllllmllmlmnlmnn p El' ll I r", -Q B llllll lllll ' Illlllllllllllll in.!llII!!!!J lllllnt nga. flllllljl 1,533 lllllllll G -ulllllllll Ill----'ll' ' Q E E -'S Z E 7 E E E E E E E - - E E - E E E l Pm Arknnmlvhgrmrnt E .- A A T E i Un behalf of the Neyxi Century Kaldron 55: Il- t E Board, I Wish to thank the Business Men of S 2 E - Meadville and elsewhere for their generous co- E E B operation in making this Publication possible, E Q E and earnestly hope that the students will show B their appreciation by continuing to patronize E E . . .r : gn-' the advertizers in this book. E Z i 2 E E. H. BAKER, E i 1 1 E I Business pManager. 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Dickey goes to Senior Tea on a bet I8 The storm-clouds rolled away' everybody is going to the ban- quet. VVitter asks the blessing and thanks the Lord for all the joys and sorrows of college life 19, 3:oo a. m. Sophomore girls eat. Y W. C. A Jubilee. Ohio Wfesleyan falls as second victim on the Ohio trip . 21. Getting ready for the Banquetg Mr. Mattern practices on the- French. g 22. lVashington's Birthday, a holiday for the facultyj. The Col- lege Dinner. Freshmen go to- jailg Sophomores to Erieg everybody to the gym. Sailing of the good ship, Savonaroila. Prexy has a dream, 23. Annual Chem Lab fireg Dr. Heffner badly missed. The build- ing continues to smoke. 24. The fire department is sent forg night watchmen begin spend- ing the night at Carnegie with alarm-clocks to wake them up for break- fast. Dean Graves furnishes vaudeville. 25. The Hiram gameg narrow escape. 2Q.' Modern Problems 'Club hears one more lecture on Preparedness. Leap Year Day passes with Dr, Smith still single. 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EARL GI LL, the Chestnut Street Grocer rj: Both Phones 4' if fisfzirfrz-1-at-I-:ser-as-1-x+x-1-bf'l1v'i'i"l'i"l'W"'+V'F-rf'-1-Ser-:Q-x-2:+rsf:+5,z-1-ze-1-:Q-auf14+sz:-1-3+-5:4-:x+::+s:-2-5:-a5:-av:-eszsf-its--f':i sift-s34x-54-z-xv:-sz+5:'z-S5+st+s5+m4-S:-z-23+sx+55-z-ar.-z-x+ss+55+S5-1-fs4+ss+:e1fz-za-24+as-z-:ite-use-zz+K+at-x-:ie-si-s::+:i-11:24-:E 2 Sulphur Vapor Baths and Physical Culture Institute 2 MASONIC BUILDING, MEADVILLE, PA. ii sg BOTH PHONES 5: E2 . Stirnulates the circulation without the aidot stimulantsg brings about regular action of all the organs of Q elimination, bowels, kidneys, l1ver, lungs and sking wonderful results for rheumatism and all kindred ailments. ,jj Q MR. RALPH BAITH, OF PITTSBURGH Q world's foremost exponent of Physical Culture and scientific bathing, in attendance. Q Department fozfL::ig:i 5:1-:Ser supervision Wealls,-,egg E crirnq I I ' on B B Cflnilnl Q Write for literature bearing testimonials. 22 Il: 'leS+5S+'A+59+3-F55'i'E4+54-Z'55+3+55+3-i'K-Z"6'ieS-l-E-!-53fl'X'l'K-I-ii'!'K-!-EQ'i'5S'X'5Q -I'Ei+b3+b5-l'Ei+K'l'K'l-X-l'54+Ei+5:'i+2S-l-X 53+E+5S+K-PH'I'32+E+55'Z'5i+E+3+55+ii'-Kel-K-I-Pi-I-K-1454+fi+5i'Wi+5i+ZiS+Qi'l'ii'!'!i'I'53'!'5i-If5.I+X+5Ei'!'X'i'X'l-iifi-325+215 55 BELL PHONE 479 BIEADVIIhI.E PIIONE 4611- CULVERQS GARAGE E NIEAD AVENUE AND RIVER STREET MEADVILLE, PfX. 52 , It :K+X462+55-E'K+Ei+E5+'fs.5-!-1257243-I'532+5?!'l'5l?-l'5Z+H+SQ+5iS+54+5Q+H+H'I-55+-55''55+8-l-51+'i4-I'57I'!'5R"Z'2?'i'l'K'i-EC-lei!-H4-X-524-Z'1'! 2414'i'K+b?2+55+iQ'i'Ei+E'a+K+53+i1+Z?52+i4+329 -EZ4+55+5i'!'K+3-I'25+55+SH'55+55'i'53+i4'Z'E'l+EC'I'5K+Y!+b?i+52+ii+55+5K+i'i+i'i- 25 r :E 55 5' G R E E N E :gc B A K E R JE Dealers in Conneaut Lake and Pure Distilled Water Ice 954 Market Street Both Phones '12 - ' - ' if 'SQ-X'E'hEf'ZiE'i'l-iC'i'X+5.i'i'5S-l"i'C'I-ifri'K-F55-i'5Q4'!-21+E2Q+22i+if+bQ4+5S+5S+5:S+5S+S+54+S+5K-l'5EC'Z'K'Ziff-li!!-lfii-lf55'lf5S'!fES'if55'if2i' !i1+K'l'5i'2'K'i'?5'l-f5'i'X-X'5S'i'EZI+Y.5'X-532-I-55+55-leg-l-H'X'K'Z'54+E4+X'!'K+55+55fl'5i+K+5?I+i4+5?!+Si+b:i+55+54-l'bS'!'bS'l'5i-le2C'l-Etglg 1 dl 9 W E Allegheny College uses our COAL P So Should You B. NICOLL 65 COMPANY -I-EZ!-l'Si+Z5 5S'i'.5:'i' Go to J. Walther for Rapid Shoe RePai1'iI'1Q L L I soucrr YOUR PATRONAGE 903 Water Street, Opposite Crawford Dry Goods St0I'e S-P2 'bfi'l'5K'l' 542+ -le 535 55 'ie 575 'le 2 55 Q5 'X' if 54 5 562 'ie 522 'le 54 E -X' 55 it EQ 92 41- 552 t M 'le fl 2? 54 E 'X' bi 'I' ii 'Z' bi 4. 54 4. if 54 .1. 54 55 52 .Q S4 um ' ' ,.. " I llllll A ,r I Q. jr , r Illln . 1316 - Hll Illllllll IIT .Il Il 'lllllllll 11- . llllllllllllllllulh.llllff.!. llllll ....:- mm. u... pm... A ' l 1 fy i - i ' v U 1 3 .S 1 1 5 E , :-.. lffj S Elinniiirml Qlalenhar-Qlnnrluhrh S . 3 i ' 3 MAY ' :-"- f 1 A . 3 . , I g I 6. Track Team defeated by Tech, 85-41. I . 2- 1 my L E Governor Brumbaugh visits Meadville and is enthusiastically 1' A I .F E . received-by the students. 2 T 5 H .Seniors deteat .Freshmen in baseball, 16-O. Quill Club vvith . Z -gl . periodical" regularity dmes at Cochran Hall. . i Io. Senior Six chosen. I , 3 I II. Fred Gealey goes to Kappa Kappa Gamma party at Saegertovvn 5 WAHI 1 nn. 1 f - A - 1 : G 1May 135 Igterschizllastic track meet on Montgomery Field. Fred .T Sl ea ey atten s appa pha Theta party at Saegertovvn Inn. 5 WAX!-5434 1 15. Girls' Oratorical Contest. Almost six men present. 1 3 'E I 16. Die Deutsche Gessellschaft tours Germany in eighty minutes. -T ' 1 . . ul- -2 ' 17. German Club presents plays at Zion Church Parish House. 3 j ' X 2 19. Girls' physical training exhibition in men's gym. Ladies only. 2 3 f 2 ' Tennis team victorious at Beaver Falls. 2 1 , Q V , . - 2 5 2o. Track .team defeated by Geneva at Beaver Fallsg tennis team ll- ggggyggfgr. 2 5 beats Tech at Pittsburgh. Fred Gealey goes to Alpha Chi Omega party ' g "" 1 at Saegertovvn Inn. 2 : I ' ii A 23. Duzer Du presents "The Importance of Being Earnestf' at the 3 IIE 5 Academy. Hodgkinson illustrates the force of habit. 2 1 A 25. Fred Gealey attends the Alpha Gamma Delta party at Hotel -I2 MSW 1 I Conneaut. Variety is the spice of life. 2 .3 1 .K . H , , i ' Y 26' Klee-O'-Kleet presents 'Mice and Men in the Hulmgs Hall Fg ivgfyg-,,9-3.193 'I Gymnasium. I i t+'Z55'.:-- - .Q,fl 1 as i 5 3 27. I Allegheny loses track meet to IN. 81 Klee-0-Kleet play. - 2 1 Ig Everything goes smoothly except the curtain. 2 2 30. Decoration Day. Mrs. Potter Brown returns. Temperature I 2 : almost too loxv for investigating rural districts. 5 -2 p " ' ' 31.d Moving-Up Day. Conspicuous Qdisjappearance of Sophomores : lm 1 in para e. - 5 g ' - ' - Q ' - Q 2 - - - i i - 1 JUNE 1 - 1 - - g 1. Exams begin. Presidentls reception for Seniors. 5 2 1 W - Io. Exams over. Everybody happy. -" "Q Na Z 14. Commencement. Good-bye, 1916. - 2 - ,, cc 1 - rs li lligb-:,:n.:2?1i'l'f' 2 15. Uh, sad is the vale. 2 yw,g3,,j' 1 l 1 'vii - Q 5 1 I 234 3 f 1 2 , - - Q 1 E E 1- - Y V ij i 1 Y 5 in viii Wi Y l 1 I- A A '1 . A ... : 5 EllllllllIIllllIlllllllllllllIllllllllllllllllllllllllIIllllIIllllllllllllllllllllllll A . 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E .... ...i..Megif1 E E A ACTIVE MEMBERS E i l : Barr Stewart Hart - Goslin Z F-6 Piper V Peiros Megirt Riohmond E I EXTRA PIE A E :-I: Barr U Peiros Piper E l 1 l E W A ICE CREAM ' E E Richmond Stewart Hart U E E MOPPING CREW E E Megirt Goslin Piper E S 2 gi HONORARY MEMBERS .5 'L' Harbaugh C. Wfalker Fgwlef P ' E Flick Graham Spieth E E E H. Walker- A Miner DeReamer 1 E E 236 I -3 E E ii ' ' P P E 1 :as E IEIIIIIIIIII IIIIlllllllllllllllllllllll illllllllllllllllllll llll l lll I IIIIIIIIIIICJ ff' fl! W" H 1 11 A 1 12 1 f 1: 'f 1 1 1 H H 9 . 5 , 51 H I ,M . if I ', 1' 1 , 'I ' . N I QI 'P fu' Q A-1 1 1 l H 1 'S H H X T y li I H - Si 1-C4 3,511 3 5 f If H 1 , . RE I N Jr 'T 5 Q 11 N E +2 'P 5 72 5 L Y 'g'fki+: K- wif SE +K+ 'X-'Ei K K+E+3+E+K+E+ +K+3+K+H+K+K+K+K+K+X+X+X+X+X+E+H+2+ X+Z+K+X+3+Z+X+3+S -2' K+K 55+ +X+E+ 3+X b3E'!+E'!'!3-X' -I-Zi4'!'K-I-5?!'!' ff' as -1- E -x- if if as fr- :A vt- ii at 4- N 4: if sa -2- 25 :A -1' ns: -1- as -1- N S2 -if at -za .,.!.. , t. 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IIIIIIIIII 13111211 nf Etiquette fm' Glnrhran 182111 Glenn Khnffinsmith has recently posted the follovwinv rules in the d1n1ng room g as To eat Skillen s favorite flannel cakes pound them for ten minutes with a sledge then run through a clothes wringer steep in a warm solution of o1l of v1tr1ol for fifteen minutes run through a shredder sprinkle with Paris green and feed it to Skillen s dog Then imagine that you ate it To drink Cochran Hall 1n1m1table hot coffee pour it out in a saucer lay the spoon face down on the table cloth hold saucer in left hand three inches from mouth, make a wry face and whistle the coffee across with a loud VOICE It takes a l1ttle skill to do this but remember Sa ety Fmfst Dr Cobern Now theres going to be a V1s1tor here at the next recitation and I want you people to show up well Miss Richey Why dont you let the visitor talk to us then instead of our reciting? V , . 1 y Dr, Cobern. Ah let s go on with the lesson 4 , Nash applies for a school at Harmonsburg and' IS told that a married man is required He replies 'Uh -I can HX that all right. Dr Cobern calls on VViss1nger Mumford and Hartun I all reach g C P - ers to tell him about Eutychus. Finally from another member of the - class he gets the information that Eutychus went to. sleep during one of Paul s long sermons and fell out of a window. Ah now Irknew you preachers knew that all the time and were ashamed to admit 1tl m Don Longanecker. "My, but isn't Clarence Nash grouchy since he's engaged. lt never affected me that way." ' Freshie to Klinginsmith. f'Say, this soup tastes like water H K. "Th ' ' T anks. That s the first kind word I've heard about that soup for a week." - it 238 1' l :Jul Y' ui lu: pq f x C3 X 2 2 eaturi Ellll I IllllllllIllllllllllllllllllll Illllllll IIIIII I I Illl II Il llll yr THQ! x N V C L ,H- -'pai A H4-55+ii+55-2'554-Pi-!'Si+5i+K+K+!-5S+K+bC+S'+Y+5f+V f' ' ' - . - . - , . 5 V A 1 A x J.-I-bfw-X-X-Sie!-555-rbi-rbi-1-55+55+3+5S+K+EZf?2i'i-iigeji-ey:-Lf'4-55.954+ 54 ' . QQ 'X' P2 W :s 3.4 I I X'i'9i+ 'P g 1 .l a'n 'I' ., 4. I. I C 'X' .,,,,, , A , E , A J 5:1 ' --'- 495- 1 . '-5 1 'R' sq fa rs il' 11 . - A if . 'E bi ' e 75232, 2,3 'I' mfyjfgf .2 54 -.HJ . .,x 2 - i Y . , f - ff if f f 4 ij: si E -E t A -'Z f f 2? 'Y' W 3 , A 1 - g ,E-' ' .' 51 Lg, Y -EI? I 'iilw e f Lffx 1121 'X 231 fa , 7 ' -3 ' I - J- .-- " -5' Q Hg vi Dj A ' 4 A . ' -H 1, - I gi .,, ii 11 will 1, 4. A " 7 ga CLOTHES f f gg D x 9 if ,. 5 if 4- 2'U'?f' if -4 iffy' U ,A E i f vw' f a ei.. E5 gg Q2 f e -eaa f au -X' , 51 fs" I -be ig 1 h "x KT E P ,V M 1 41 '. Q. 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Z E fllnter three witches dressed in black and blue.1 E First Witch. Maobeth comes tonight but not one of us must give 5 him leave A E Second I-Ie approaches but by the sound of his patient steed I E fear he is on his high horse. - Third. Ah me! But I do quake within. Me heart doth grieve Z i 5 Z . .2 II-Inter Chorus dressed in dandelions' singing You re the Prettiest - S E Macbeth enters eating an onion sandwich which Flo Zeigfield would E E How now you secret black and midnight hags ! What is it you do P 2 The VVitches in chorus. lVe are off to San Francisco to hear the angels sing' ' me' Flower That Grows. ' say indicated great strength Macbethispeaks: 1 . Z 2 1 Chorus dance about stage. A large cauldron comes down from above and each member of the chorus climbs in and is hoisted up through the E My own he cries Tis you I have ever loved. Oh that your fair : face might speak and tell me whence came your complexion ' 2 Z : and ni ht. Would that you had known it sooner for thy uncouth looks' Q . 2- so much remind me Snavely s old Ford car Let us sing fair one some E theme of love enraptrued with the visual bliss of happiness li We will my own a song we ll sing. 2 E I5 While singing this a mountain top appears up through, the trap door of 1 stage and-they cross and stand upon it 1 y Ilinter Gthelloj F5 2 A Tis Daisy Butterine my love which I apply both morning noon They step to fro-nt of stage and sing Flee as a bird to the mountain XVhy oh why? A E E Romeo crosses legs in screw-top fashion, Idea captured from The 2 2, Gthello speaks again looking at Romeo: I A E Ah it is Shakespere we are portraying not Allover Twist ' - ' li 2 Brutus. - 1 2 Follies. j ' But hark a wasp doth sting me. Ah no tis only the tongue of Q F I gr , y :zulu ' 'I A . - h t l111- B 5 A g 4 . CK . 7 77 rc ' ' 0 7 ' 77 cc I ' ' 7 77 . 0 ' ' CC 7 ' 7 7 1 . 7 of . ' N . . . . Q, , . lf I ' '7 O' 2 sky. 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'zu 'zwrzw, nw. ww. w'ZS'Z"S'L'1i+1:i+ 'THE PHONOGRAPH STORE on t be confused or misled by trade names or skillful bl' 'g - . , -, ACTUALLY RE-CREATES ALL 1?gRE1SytJF Illlhligggs oslrylgne Instrument which THE EDISON DIAMOND DISC GIBSON MANDOLINS AND GUITARS 302 CHESTNUT STREET OPPOSITE POSTOFFICE if bfi-1455+523 fl-'5ii+53-P I 'Z' ' fl'K'!'i55'l'5Q'l-53I-!'K+5i+3i+Q2+3'e'!'X'Z'fQ'l'54'!-?6-lI3i+54+b5+b3E+55'l-5S+X+53?+5S+bs'Lbs-X'A'r'V vr w 5 3 , N Q " N S ' -' 7 ' 1' A' I T '1'gd-Y'Y+E1+K+K+5i+51+Si4- X-PK+Zii+f5'rb3'Z'SZi+b3i+5Z?2-I-Si+X+2234Ss-I'55'!-E5+5i+5S+b5'X-552+X+55+SiI+55+55+bZ'x+K+X+X5232i1+E'i+5C+b2'i-'11-l"3!'l"is-"'-L av- 5 F R FAY FISH MARKET 5 FRESH AND SALT WATER FISH if SEA FOODS AND OYSTERS IN SEASON LOCAL PHONE 94 BELL PHONE A34 I. 950 lXfIA1QKE'1' S'1'I1EE'1' -1453+s+Is+s+s+x+x+x+s+s+zs+sJ-12:+x+x+s:+s+ss+s+s+s+s+x+s+sa-z-24-1-as-Iss:-1-aw-sz-I-as-I-:sa-as-I-as-Is::+E? 5+s62-E 924155 55 5 + 5 as -I- 52 af 59 -z- bi -Z' s 'I' A -I' as 'I' :A fi- N E + -Is M 3 if 41 M 52 + -P elf M fx' ISS I33 it ii bi IE QC 54 :E -S bi :li Mn' Erle s fine, generous stocks 4. D4 GRAQUATION cdays, ana the days to follow, -N you ll be wanting to look your best. You ll in A , , - I Vfind here a "big city" showing of correct things. -I-J:+Q'+ M ' r e f , ' ' an A' 1: x 1, 1' V ' . . v 3 ' -I,, , Full dress suits, tuxe- Straw hats Panamas I .l A Q 7 7 'IQ , I I, , ,N does, and accesso- B a n g k o k s, Leg- 'I A -., "':' . . 'ii 'Q I' I' ' Blue and black sack Correct furmshmgsg 52 f suits for d re s s y shirts, underwear, :Q Q 9 wear K scarfs etc 3 'i . F an CY Sack Sluts, For .travellers 5 bags' fx! Q' 6 4 stunning models, ' sult csses, trunks, 24 ' newest weaves novelties Q I 33 'Z' ' ,-, ze: I - - 51-S 1824 West 1 lth St. Erie, Penna. S3443'l'fi'l'i4'l'.?.Q'lQx'l'5i'i'K'l'55'i'Qi4S"l3s'iQ'l455 E'l'55'l'55'l'53'l'5S'l'5i'l'K'l'K'I'?S'!'Xltl'5i'I'fi'l'K'i'53'l'55'l'5T'Z'53'l'K'i'5fi'l'5S'l'K'l'5':.l'l'55'l'5i'l'5J+5S+5S'l'3S'l'f5 I 5S'zw.vl'hx . fvz'.5'l'.a I Ani: if ai Cheese and Fancy Canned Goods Z3 k Agency for Tamsai Tea Cornpan-y's Producfs 5 Successors to Clark s Butter, Egg and Cheese Store DfSff'fbl1f0f'S of Creamo Bilffeflfle k S f K I I 1 Mar' ef fret 'i'K'l'5Q'l'l55'i'5S'l'5i'i'5i'l'5i'i'K'l'5i'i'.5'l'.fi'i'5Q shiid'5Tx'l'55'i'K'l'EC'l'5K'l'K'l'5S'lf53'i'5S+K'f'X'i'X'!'55ii !K'l'55TlfK'HST'i'K'i'X'i'H+X'i'22'C'l'fa1 'l'55+53+5i+'SE'Z-5E'x+5S+H+55a+A+55z+K+K+X+5'S+Q!'X'K+K+X+55+X+X5'I'55-X-554-3+K+i4+X+K+X+ii+2K+55+K-I-K+321 +255 51 I College Headquarters 70" A :ij Z2i'l'b"i"I'b3'!'?i Tobacco, CiIg3YS and.Pipes and Pocket Billiards DEWOODY 84 SON 212 Chestnut Street Across the Street from the Lafayette as+24-ws+54-I-fm-Ss+x+ss+5a+.z+z2:+2f+S4+:s+I2:+s+s-zQx+x+s+s+s+x+::+s+se-:ze-3-I-sees-as-sexe-rsessaesszeezs -I-+ l I 8,2-P53 i' ' ' X I E I D ' 5 E 5 I Q I l E I e .3-I E I , , , , 5 I 'I E I 5 3 ' o 0 5 K ' av V . K I O bb . Y I l O , O I V ' f I' I -up E 1' K "-2 Ml X ,ls "' i ss 4 -f N ' 1' than . X X750 I I4 fs, Q qi' I I Fkrliii l ' . lei: X " ,Q fx 4, , V ' N Tr ll Agrfgs' sjyff 5. F 'kg 553.251 X K fag? I " t" A :Mfg if , I ssl'-' I C O E 'K YR so N . E 1 ni 5 ! I 1 g I 1 3 5 , l 1 , v f X' f 1 4 , f 1 4 . 5 f g I H 1 ' x ' l i ' x 4 , 4 Miss Brumbaugh and Mr. Woodard, the Kaldron Photographers QContinued from page 240, I Brutus enters, dressed in a sport coat and carrying a Delta pcane. He speaks: A "I am Brutus, I am an honorable miang So are We all honorable men, we who try to-Qthe imagination here is given full play as the dash has been censoredj Brutus still is speaking: ' "Make way for there approaches nearby one fair to look uponf' Enter Katherine, who is a shrew. Katherine speaks: "I am not mad-I am only homely. VVhy do you all stare at me, thusly? I would not harm a hair of your head, no not even of Dr. Mul- fmger's." ' ' A A knock is heard. QIt is not one of Dr. Lee's knocksj Enter Hamlet. He is about to speak-no-yes, he speaks: "You here, you all here? No, no, you are not. These are daggers I see before me." He sings f'Some people say I'm crazy, but I don't care, I don't care." For encore he sings "I'm a nut." Rosalind and Orlando enter, carrying Shylogk on 3 Cot, 242 , I I 1 I i4?lM -HEL ff 5' l 2 wh ai H, ff l ,U ,I Q ' -V Hu 1' N if ,i . 4 i IV VI , .I 9 ,y'h':fv" VWHJQ, ,J ' ' lqnffv ., - 'EJ . 'vrzjffff . V ' ' 1 agp . P ,Q I 11 fi ' l v l i ,I li 1' " 5 I .1 11 5 U ' . n 4 nIL"9:falf:?r'i fmnlf' ' 1 UQ' dn fg1i"" 4 . r raM"" l 5 U gl 1 F . ix fl: ,i 0 l ,fr ,i U ,.af"' I 1 l i ll L . 1: 1 ' l I 3 i 1 N 'v n I 1 ' , J 1 N Q VL '. if 1 ' -L -'lla ' N . 1 vii'- 'fl i 3 j 1 I i ll nl T n ll J. 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Headquarters for College Men 1 ' 4: A' ' ' I n l Q Q: I 4 Ten minutes' walk to forty theaters , g ' --' 3 595 , Rooms, with bath, 32.00 and up C . . 'i ru New, modern and iireproof X I-: 1 ,' : 1:g:.i - A ,Ag -L 1' '- 1 3 Special Rates for 53 ,I X College Teams and Students 'a tel. 0 4: R 4 -aqQ1fg:.,Q.f,2, HARRY P. STIMSON, Manager 55 0 ligne' ' Q ' ' l , The Czmzbefflamd does more coflege' busmess A ' fhmz any AOZWEV New York' Hoff! A ' 'r M G H E NY HEZXDQUARTERS FOR ALLEN K . 'I' 554-5+5Q'Z'6'l'5fs'i'X+5x+Yx'!'X+5'fK'!'5S'l55fi"l'52T4'2!'X'KA"l'55+5K+3r7Q4!'!r,lT'X955:i:5i'HZ4''55S'!',55'l'X'Z'542+54'!'K'li5Z'i'!i54'li5i'2i'5S'2'5S'liffrlex' g"'5u'4l'3i'!'5i'!'5Q'l H'Z'S+2"'S'l"?a'i'2'5S'i'5fi'2'5i'Z'K'l'H'l'K'l'X'!:5i'!'i'3'I'K'Z'K+Qil'i'5S'l'55+55'l'i4+Sf'2'5i+M+bS+55'!"J:'i'Z'ES+5S'r1Sw'ni -X' ' l 32 MCMAHO 84 BLAIR, CITY GROCERY AND V gg 960 Water Street Phone 69, Both Lines 5fj'i'i X'5Q'I"fi'X'5?wZ'i'5S'l'H'i'5S'ZYfl'5i'!'H'!'553'l'55'!'H'l'3'2'K'!'25'i'H'2'X'l'i'i'i'23'2'53+1S'!'f4'l'fS'2'5S r5S'I'A'r5S . 1. . as . mi MX-X gy- -x-sz-we-za + E -za 2 55 E PI- if as 'Z' as fi' as fre as fif as i' aa fl- sl, fx- as fi 8. MAEADVILLE PHONF 172 x xx i g- xxxxxlxlllllllllll gg llll I ll I I I I I I ll I I Ill Ill'IIIllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllf if . C' " , 7 . ' -. 1 I3 ' 'K+H'l'H'X'SS'!'H'X'X'I'52Q'X'X+5S'i'l4'f'?S'Z'5S'X'H'!'K'1'5S+X'!'S'I'Z+1F'1'K'2'Q,:Z'52S x ja' ' T S' ' 1 'C 'f, I Y ' A . , L 5 5 " rl' ax F ,, A J .- ' 5 , sn- - 1 3- , A K A F 201' 1 fill E A -A F ll C 0: -in-x XC 'N 3 F J W O ' . "Axim 5 :T 'A slffv f ' ' f W XMRX p 1. - Q maj., at -W r XX f U - X 'r . MW , lmnmw 'S v f k 215' K Y X u III! ll f ' ' X Y - -F l ,. - 1- 5- f A A , lt lfllr ll ln F 4' ' +24 1' - 0 . YUM' , if mir mf t- -J ' ' ' ' - ' C. P. FLAUGH 0 vt V! .L - -2- CONTRACTING-, TEAMING- AND DRAYING 589 ARCH STREET, NIEADVILLE. PA- f ''ers-1-:Q-x-la:-9S-ras+:zz-vQ+s:+':+5:+f4+::+x+S:+::+ss+:a+as- 15 llllllllllllllll 111.-11111 '-'IIIIlllllllllillllllliiii'ill'111111ll11.'lllIIIIIlllll QCont1nued from page 242 Shylock raises himself on one foot Shylock speaks Friends countrymen and fellow pretenders I just came from an Allegheny football game I got so excited I went out on the held and imitated that blown up bag and now me feels the effect of it How sore me seems In fa1th these Christians threw more water 1n me face than ever they spat upon me gaberdeen I heard them srng in this fashion Loud let the sons of Harvard sing The sons of la la la Long may the praise la la and ring La la la old Red and Blue But 1n our hearts the deepest la Resounds from day to day VVhenever we hear that la la la And so on urck music and curtain as all rush to the front singing Good bye girls we re through It had been a beautiful early spring even1ng They strolled blissfully and hngeringly up to the front porch of I-Iulings each of them out to make the most of those few remaining moments Conversation ceased and he groped for something to say resolved that there should be no em bar1ass1ng pause to mar the final effect It s been a beautiful evening hasnt it? he said hghing upon the ever useful weather I hope well have a whole lot more like it now that spring is here Shyly she glanced up at h1m Oh thank you she sa1d And then the maid opened the door and he was left wondering Dr Henke dictates a list of unrelated words tree book man street etc and asks How many d1d you get Mrss Flahavanp Miss F I got all but the man Dr I-I You pretty nearly got him too didn t you P Superintendent Leo McKay of Valloma Sunday School assigning donations for p1c1n1c Now Longanecker there will bring the spoons one for each of the girls 1 1 ' b12!f'7"' I I r' I I r' 4 1 n 1' I' n,'ffI' , .4 I alfa If: 1 H I 1 14 1 4 1 1 'f ,4 1 I 'F 1 1 fr 1 1 1 'T I 1 L I 'l 1 J- I 1 1 1 'T fl 1 I T 'I 1 'T , I 1 Il 11x'.L 'f11'fA'f1l 0 I 1 U 1 U, ' 11170 'I 'F I an T 4 'I 'F R I T . 1 'u T 1 1 Il 'nu -ng 67 'fh'i'l L I I I 1' 'Q 1 T 'E G, T lf nl 'E BOT ' H TVX!! 1 H T1 T117 '11 as H ... 111 H ly 'fnfx M n 'l .1 Q, 'F .I 'u 'P il 7 H 'I T 'I Y 1 'P I 5. I T J 2 'P 'I ', l 'P J E T ,I 1 'Y . Nr, .- N u 'sv H-.PJ U P aqv iw H372 V 'P .E 'z . T J i T I Q, 1 'P F' .4 0 ' - 1 .,, ' ' . 5 r w , Q. i 2? I . :fill ' Y : 5 A .5 if I ' 'B o . 1 - 1 5 . . p p . . : :ll 1:14 . . ' - 3 1 ' - , I . . 'V A ' I H ' ' . . . . U x .' K , . ' I1 I I ' L. I 1 1. ' I g 1 7 1 ' - X 4 V - H H I , X I ' 1 2 - ' ' I l ly Q . ' l it ' 9 S if ' '7 77 , , p . t x --- 4 . x V . . . - . I rx C - - X ' L 1: 77 H with the other for the first time. It was 91:43, and they paused, anxious lg+g+g:, . . . , . , L 1 1 V ' , - 4 X . ,' . ' X H , . . , . ,, . . . H i - A cc V 1 1 , ' - , N ' ' .77 , K A ' cr ' 77 A ' H S ' I 9 , 1 ' X S 1 5 t 1 ' N l ' . ' ' cc Q A ,, Kr . . 7 ' - 7 7, 7 7 Xi N . . H ' H ' ' X ' cc . 4 , ' ,, X ' 1 'J - X .. .- , X l I ' . V n l X . ' I ' X . . . . H D , , I ' as , , Q lx l , N W 244 X . I A X - I r f"f H V' g a V l I: 1 X ICI l L 4 A '3+S:+: I , l T l xx. I Ill ll I C x umxmxmmummmmum1mmnummummnmuulunn1nunn11ulunnmunumnm um ul -9:4-if l'?2'l".93'!'5S'!'3'l'K'l'E1'l'!5'l'5f4'I'H'!-2'2!ii'l'5S'l"'.5S'Z'K'Z'5S'l'5S'l'5S'l'5S'2'b'4-l-S'i-!-5q.g.53.s.54,5,q: v 0 . 5: . YF v U . - Q - . K. . ,- f 4 A - ll A . f.'zw.vr . 'rfrrf.m'5S+.i+5S+5S+.S+2S+ L . R I-ll Grocerres and Provisions S2 Local Phone 146 208 Al-Ch Street 54+x+sa+ss+a4-x-:Q+e2:1x'ss+Q:+:a+:2:+:4+s:+:a+Tvs-x-sa-vars+55+::+ssEss+sa+x+ss+::+:z+::+s:+1:+RA-fd.--4.-1f+m.f-E-T? 24+ss-ws+Q:+sa-zfx+ra+rs+s5+va-z-Q:-z-23+ezsfz-x+fa+ss+ss+5s+5s+ss+as-m-x-ss:-1-554-salt-:alt:slamik-S2452-Sffeillslllfil-'ll +4- 524 -2- Geo. l . W rlson 81 Son ggi JEWELERS AND OPTICIANS E College Jewelry of all kmds, Pms, Buttons, Fobs, etc. is-4 ' ENGRAVED CARDS, INVITATIONS, ETC., AT LOWEST PRICES A GLASSES ACCURATELY FITTED fly? I I ESTABLISHED 1874 EQ 223 Chestnut Street A Meadville, pa. 4- as +55-1'fx-E55-1-54-2'554-as-x-55-1-Q4+53-x-Ss+3-1-it-1-it+55-145+:QQ-1-Ss-za5:+u4+2Qfx-m+2:+:4+ss+m+5:+5s+sx+E:+x-z-:K-1-:sa-:cya-2:-14:4-xQ:1 54-ab4-ss+f54-it'Eit-isS+e:+s2:+55+Qt-E91-2Q:+ss+:24+5s+93+2:+is+Ssvzaass-z-ssl4-:4+:2:+:?:+S5+Ss-1-at-zwszvz-X-x-x+5s+:Is-x-as-x-2:-1-14+ 4- - M -fr y OPPOSITE Q. 5 MILLER S GROCERY HULINGS HALL 55 CITY PHONE 173 l ' if gg BELLPHONEMRT CANDIES, l OBACCO fx-GST-rs:-I-Q',t-2-592+z24+Q:+55+:fs+x+5Q+x+5Q+Ss+'f5+rss-1-Sa-1-'A+52-1-9:-1-H-1-SQ-1-:s:+x+rax-5Q+Ss+rs3:+:s+:24-1-Ss+55-1-raw:-is-1-Q:-141:-2-:?5 "' . ' ' . . . , Y X' , . ' A , K' 4, -H+5ZQ'2'i1c'!"S'l'Ei-I'S'2'55E'E'55'l-K'!'K-l'5i'i'K'iX'l'E'!'?55'l'5S'x'H-!'5S-l'5S'l-Z2'rl'55?55t'l-i4-l'53+55-I'S5'l'5:u4'l-5S+5S'l'K+X+5S-X bi'-X455-!'!zi+.5 ,F +55 if IVIICDI-lEl.. BRCDTI-ll-ERS if 54 A D E A 1. E as 1 N M F.lQ.ESl-l,,rS.ALT AlNID.SIVlCD.l4ElD.IVl.EA.7'S-. FINEST GRADES OF 'l' it ' l"B'Ul'TT'ElF2lNE,t15 'T"C'22 CENT'S'PER POUND 92 Ig BO-I-H PHONES A 938 MARKET STREET E l:455'i-SQ+?i'!'fX+5?i'!'55+55'i'g'l'5.i+35443+55f+55+E445'l'5i'l'Qi+9i'!'55+55'X-E'l'E-!'K+55E+3+Ei'l'!S+'.5+54il'S4il'5i'l'5ifE'3i4fl'5Sfl'55jl'i4 Sl:5i+5S'2'fi'l'5i+5S+3'l'55'l'H'!95i+K'i'E'i'3K'l'5Zi'I'53'l'3'l'Qi'!'ii'!'55+Qi'i'55'l'55'l'5S-!'H+i'i+X+5S+i1+'5S+X+X'l'bS+bS+K+'5i+2ii i . Q 1 ' ' 4 'i - 22 I TERIUR Dl:C,U 2 0--ff Q: ' A . . . - sg Furnrshlng Fraternlty Houses a Speclalty A ..,--f-- 'X' fr E .F ., J gg FURNITURE, RUCS, PAPER HANCINCS, DRAPERY A ...I-ff P1 2 , ,, h C 5 John J. Snryock ompany ' - ' 1 A ' A A ' ' A "1 55+5S+5S+S'I-5:4+5i '2'5i'l'524'l'5S'!-3-Z'K+?+55'I'5S'Z'?S'!'Qi'l'X'2'Z5'i'5i'l'H-!'H'l".5'l'5K'Z'55'i'525+SQ'l'!5'l'X+X'riffs-l'5?C-zi54'!'5i'1f5T'5'll5'lf55'lf R Q K,wx+x:+5q. l5g2i'l'53'l'i4'r'l'5S'l'3'l'X'!-i1'l'S'l'Z5'I'f5a'I'5fx'i'5Z3'iii''SH'b5'l'?Qi'l9,'x'l:51'l.'l'5i'l'54'!'fc'2+?i+5S3'EQ+'5+E l'55'l'?S+6+5S+5:'i'lw5'r . -1 + as . K-A A , 93 MARGARET Nl. ADDLE bi STEN EOGRAPHER .L l NUTARY' PUBLIC MEADVILLE, PENN'A ' LAFAYETTE HOTEL +5S+5Q+ 5445 - ' ' ' " ' f A' ' -1-V'-9+ 'L' 'iw 4 bf. 'l'r"2'S' A1544155+x+ra+zss-1-as-1-E-1-f:.'z-si:-1-ss+a:+ra+S5+s:'z-e?.-x's4fz-m-zS:ss+z-f:Zf'z2E-1f:::2!1ta-zEz9.: . ., . ss . 554-Ss 'fs E -1-fs S A-1- X r-- .4 . ' '3 '5 llllllllllllllll in H--'III lllllili iiiiii !i!!"ll'iIIIlv'll "'I llllllllllll annul . 5 J Z 1 i . 1' 1 3 E-" . I ' Z 4 an-e Q- of uu- : s Q at-if : - - ' ' 4 .' . . . - . S "ni L. l 1 -ll i - 1 1 3 ' ' i my 1 3 1 --+q as c .- , 1' 1 ' f f ' i 1 ' ' 3 1 l ' l 3 i l A Z i - - 1 - 3 ' f , - - - . 1 V 1 Z H - , - 1 , - 1 4' -1.f W 1 - , Aw - I 'A , Q' i Q , . ' l 1 i ' S R Bill Ellis -A Promising Young Bugler for Uncle Sam on the Border , H 1 Z 1 i F ' D - 6 i S l Quant! 195511 Stop, flank, sinh Qfrnirn! ""' 1 . ' - 0 I ' 1 I , Z' A john Carson Weaver, alias Aladdin Seek Sid Il Absir the.G'reat, has 2 : lately completed a newspaper correspondence course in phrenological, 1- ' mystiglogical and chirographical character analysis and will now quit 2 1: 1 functioning as a.college student in Greek, Latin, and Ethics as such and '- 2 -'T take up his new calling. ln the many heads which this mi ht necro- 1' 1 I lb g Y i 2 mancer and medium of the dark and mysterious has rubbed and read to .5 2 date, he has had the undeniable success of his tribe. i 2 1 I He desires to give readings and consultations to any who would have 1, -T their futures revealed, A - -"' i ' Come one, come all. It is an opportunity which you will regret if you i i neglect it. i . 2 - C . . - 1 o-ed readings a specialty. 3 : No good jv1'0111ises, no pay. : 1 Call Bell 1492X to arrange for "dates", 2 - : 2 R. U. DAPHNE fHis Managerl 2 : 1 I- 246 26 2 - - '- 2 lllllllllllllllllll IIIIllIIllllllllllllllllllllllllIIIll Ill llllll llll l lilll BOST' l in 'i ll r I I lil 7 I 1: B 'i -: r , 4 v V I 'fd' 'fp .g+::141--- , I I4 el' K'-3' "sl '5i'?frf" ' " ' ii ai' ,x HEI gi 231 Chest V , a qu ' ll' ' " ?iii7n'7:F"' ' v 1 u ' 1' g+S+:1'fu'ful Q ll L if S Tr I gf ll L .I h E' Ei I .L I V nl 7 5 'F Pl Y l '5X+X'?21+5Z- .gui-P!Z+ZZ-E L Q. 1' HE- . 3 XDQ l'l , N G Q N g PERRY T V l 'Rig ' U Q I' " Ti h E1i5l'H!f?I'q it i l 'P W 1 T 'Y 1 T W il T w 1 3 T Y 1 T . 5 T 3 T 5 N fs I A Ss+x+a:- 54 4 + M -2' 55 Si 'X' bi :E VX 52 4. if 55 Z + bi 4. 'X' 55 'Z' N 'X' if 55 sq fi' bi 2 4. bi IE xt Vi 4. D4 :k Vi :E 3: E4 4. 54 4. M 4. D4 4. 51 :E 33 35 gs v-4 E2'1'ES+Z2i-I-5l4'i' convenient to visit the Boston Store in persdii- to take advantage of our Mail Order Service i 4. . 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Here where old Wilg - cox had once stood was a maofniticent new building. Giver its door I read Crawford Hall of Domestic Science. Here girls were taught the arts of making fudge chewing gum courting embro-idering and ordering the servants around. A class 1n household chemistry was 1n progress at Carnegie Chemistry Building and I admired the dexterity with which they handled and analyzed the candies their loved ones had sent them 'Xt Alden a mouse was in process of dissection and I admired the brav-' ery which the young women displayed in their attack upon it Hulings I was told was burned down in celebration of a ping-pong victory over Vassar. I had watched with interest the growing athletic prestige of the school and I vias overjoyed when one young lady told me I was just in time for the great tlddle-di-winks match with Wellesley to be played that afternoon. In 'the place of Hulings stood a fine new girls' dormitory. "How was it that you got rid of the mgen here ?" I asked. 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H+ M -X' T5 E 'X' Q5 S? if 'I' 3 er 54 'Z' 55 T N 'I' Qi 'I' E2 'I' ii 'I' 55 'X- Ei 'Z' 55 -E' Zvi S2 if Z5 E2 sftfz-era-as-zlxfzfmss-xfe2:+a'a+e:+:2:-z-:ss-a51+3+55+5:-z-sz-x-as-1-ss+a:-z-za-z-:s+21+z3:+ 5:1-f:+qagqa5qa-qv Q- . Q . il . . Q. . .Q FRANK? PAY JAMES G. DIMMICK, U 'I' 4 . 1 - lvl 'X' F 4 1,l 'E' W! I I J. if dent and General Man - . Pres! ager Vlce-Presldent and Asst. Treas. 'L Greenville Steel Car Co. Manufacture Steel Unclerframes Pressed Steel Shapes and Forgings Rebuild and Repair Steel Freight Cars S GREENVILLE, PENN'A. A 1 .1 d'l 'Z' 5 H l'l 'X' F ,4 I I 'Z' F E v'x 'Z' +522 -l' v 11 1 +5 'x'.f1n'x' 3,4 dl if ll qjn fl jf 1.l+1.l .5 21+ S1+5i+5C'i'2C-!- E!+?!-X' 'Z' +55-if -PX 3.4 I l 53 bi 'X- M E S3 N Q 'X' if 3: M 4. T V: SN!-Sf!-ii-l'K-l'X+5i'i'!'5S'l'EQ'l-175-i'5YI'7' E'X'55-Z'21+Iii-I'E!'I'5f!'l'K+ZS'!'14-E25-Z-i1+K+X f - rlrrrrmurr... , , Ill '3 'G lllllllllllllllliirrrllllrafeilll lllllllllurrrur aa::s-llf1IIIIv.Ilu:!!IIIIlIIll Contrnued from pa e 248D You remember those old rough Senror Sophomore banquets? IVell the srght of those bald and clrpped heads was too much for my stornac year after year So I put the whole bunch of them on probatron an told them not to come bacl agarn at the end of the term A man was readrno a newspaper aloud besrde me Seventeea ballots to elect the seven Methodrst Brshops That Crawford Ouy rs not amono them Sums ifvequelz in the Smznrnr i-'vnplrnmnrv Svnrrve Dr Coberrr It would be strange rf even the barbers rn Meadvrlle drclnt lnow somethrng about Allegheny College educatron Dr Locl wood Cproposrng a urll Club banquet I really thrnk w should prefer somewhere else than Cochran Hall IVrtter Casl rng Cochran Hall blessrng 0 Lord we thank thee for collefve lrfe and all rts joys and sorrows General Convrct Chorus Good bye Srng Srng Im Oforng to Alle gheny One sequel that nobody notrced All debates called off gettrno acquarnted wrth the Freshmen and tellrng them a few thrngs they ought to lnorx lVell sula he begrns Yo wearrn one o dem lrttle green caps dat means yo go up to Doc Crawford s school? VVell now Doc Crawford he s one mrghty brg man I tell yo dat But dere s just one trng yo xx ant to lnow bout Doc Crawford He get up an he ta 4 an he tall but he mean Yo do lrke I say but don yo do lrke I do Dr Illlrott Lael ey how drd you come to pronounce A1 temrs rn that rr ay Scott Lacl ey IVell I was lookrng at Alczjnjne rn the next lrne Dr Illlrott Oh you had your eyes on Alcrppe had you? The part of Mrss Hunt s Drama lectures most apprecrated by Alle glreny students Oh I xx rsh are had more good burlesquesl EE I C ' g rc ' . ' . 1 - , , 1 L . . h i ' A A d 7 1 J! X ' I 4 . I - ' cc 1 I. b' ,' A C V , . I S .Aw ' . - rr ' - ' ' . , V . . A - an X f ' 0 . ff ' ' Q ' r I -D " ' C Q - l , , as I I ' ' ' Cf f c 'C , . u u u 4- ' D . y n . I ,, . . 0 , . - I - " 9 " 1 zg J! 1 An old colored brother who lrves rn Meadvrlle has a fondness for , X 3 C. , V7 KK , 17 ' if P ' I 7 ' X . , , J - yr A 3 , . , . l - - 7 1 u , , . 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TOASTS ' I To the juniors , To the Freshmen A Nonsense To the Faculty MENU Fruit Cocktail Cream of Tomatoes Toasted Bread Squares Qllves Celery Chicken and VVafHes Mashed Potatoes French Peas Smithfield Ham Brown Light Bread Sandwiches Vanilla Ice Cream Devil Food Light Cocoanut Cake Salted Nuts Coffee After Dinner Mints OFFICERS SENIORS B VV Hickman Pfggldent A1 MU11112111 Vice President soPHoMoR1:s Twck Castle Vice President E J . X l . E . 1 ........ . . . ...... L ...... . . . . . 1 - ' H. L. Smith ...... . ............ .... . ...... P resident C 252 ' C- ll- Cl- --' ' ' C . i ""' - :az - QP' , 1 , 1 4,41 gl Q ,Aa 3::+:s-fl' f ' 4' S I Z nl 1' 'S 1 'f Q I N v N R .4 o lf, '0 4 , an S'fn'7" ' li I Zi T 'S I E v i 11 A G T I is fl wx I Tp v 1 l,Ll 'J 'flffll 4 1 I I "'?2f+Zl'? 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B. HOLLERN, P1-op'r 'Z' S: if CIGARS AND TOBACCO 53 918 Water Street, opposite Lafayette Hotel . 'X' 1 - -1 A- A 1 A 1 Tw- -' -rs'-151'-:'::-+35 -121-113u:-a1-1-s-1-1-ss1-1-:fa-1-ss-1-x-1-1ff1-1-:fs-1-m-1-111-1-z-121-1-ara-1-1-1-1-121-1-:-1-1:15-E - A . , . ,.... T' 91 Q1 A A L- S f' VELVET BRAND ICE CREAM E s- Fancy and Brick Ice Cream our speclally if E AND BALDWIN STREETS Q City Phone 497 E CORNER PARK AVENU .5 ,T 1 - , . - - ww -A M 1 1 .24-, 1-2'-1,,1-R4-sf-rare-:ra-:se-:T-rx? . 1,1-,,-1-5.21--5-5 R 1 fc 1 1 1 l 3 Z'LVh1251xIPPnth .Annual Glnllrge Braun' C yWashington s Birthday Nineteen H-undred Sixteen Man 15 his own star and the soul that can A Render an honest and perfect man Commands all light all infiuence all fate y Nothing to him falls early or too late. ' MEN U y Martha Wasliiiigton Cocktail Nabiscos - Salted Almonds Spanish Olives Chicken Croquettes Creamed Potatoes Parker House Rolls French P'eas Valley Forge Cream Assorted Cake Coffee Mints V . 1 TOAS T LI S T 7 Toastmaster. . . . . . . Professor Guy E Snavely Edwin L. Mattern go . . . Ernest E. Lin 6 . . A . . . . . . .Marion R. Miller 16 Allegheny College . . . . . . . . Good Traditions. . . Strong Faculty. GLEE CLUB A ' Reasonable Expenses .... . . . . . . .i .Eva . English 8 XVrite for Catalogue . . . . . . . . President W. H Crawford COMMITTEES GENERAL-FTCd D. Gealy ' Chairman' Helen H. Gates Secretary . L, VVise Treasurer. PROGRAB1-FTCG D. Gealy 16' Professor O. P Akers Ethel M Kelley If' John D, Regester 18' Ruth Ellis 9. FINANCE-Professor E. A. Smith 1. G. Klin insmith 6' T. L wwe 16- C. M. Miner J . 16 1: 3 J. English is J. w. Harbaugh 19' H. H. Eahr 15. DECORATION-Helen H. Gates 16' Professor C. E. Ross H. 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And Was Boaz his daughter? and Second Kings Ill And Who were the children of Lot and his wife? And Say do you know in Abimelech s life Of seven important and leading events? And How many oxen and camels and tents Was it Abraham had them? Q and How do you spell The name of that fellow that I heard him tell Us we had to remember? and Cut out that noise' W We re trying to study" and how it annoys Us you dont give a -- HEY was it Abel or Cain That offered a bullock and brought down the rain ' While off in .a corner some desperate wretch Is making a crib in the hope it may fetch At least a low buthe feels in his bones . It is useless to try it, since nothing atones For not having mastered the Bible complete t And learned all the names,-the easiest feat For classes of old V-from acob and Leah To Nebuchadnezzar and Zaphnath-Paneah. Why, if he should carry in 'secret a book So large that it might be quite risky to look At it openly, still itiwould scarcely contain A All the names, and the length of each Israelite reign, And the places and people and all that they did - ' And the plagues and commandments and things that were hid ' In the ark, and the books in their order,-oh, my, . There's nothing to do but to suffer and die. i 256, , IElIIIIIIIlllllllllllllllllllllllllll III Ill Il llll W iiii -W i ... ...... V IIIlllllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII I gg-P554 I M 4' 1 Qi 2? 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' A H 1 3 -Q V V unuunlmun... , , , II' llllllllllllllll amrllllrfeeilll llllllllllllln iiiEEillfllIIIl.II mr! IIIIIIIIII " illlgnvlf emh BHP " G. M. C, I'm the best pal that I ever had. I like to be with me. I like to sit and tell myself Things confidentially. I often sit and tell me If I shouldn't or I should, And I find that my advice to me Is always pretty good I never got acquainted with myself Till here of late ' And I find myself a bully chum ' I treat me simply great I talk with me and walk with me And show me right and wrong I never knew how well myself And me could get along I never try to cheat me I m as truthful as can be No matter what may come or go I m on the square with me. It s great to know yourself And have a pal that s all your own To be such company for yourself ' I You re never left alone. A You ll try to dodge the masses' And you ll find a crowd s a joke If you only treat yourself as well I As you treat other fo-lk I I ve made a study of myself- Compared me with a lot- And Ive finally concluded I I m the best friend that I ve . Just get together with yourself And you ll be surprised how well yours ' elf -g 'Will like you if you do. 2 1 7 7 OI. IL 7 . I 7 7 7 7 ' I 9 7 7 7 7 7 7 I 7 1 n 7 ' 2 I 7 i ' got J I l . . I 1' And trust yourself with you, -I! 7 l 258 In as - IIIIIIIllIlllllllllllllllllllllllll ,v 4 H Q:-m+5w:+w,,+:T C GIBSON 84 SONS GREENVILLE PA bw , we E ,, 55+ ? PJ! 991-K'X'9'-X-Y"'5' "5S'X-X K X'S'-X'!?"X Y.-X-S X-K'X'i4'X'!9'xX"?i'X-.25'XeS FX "'53'r'i'X"'i ! ww 'E WAX S Cl th ,fb f I WWW M W Jf .psf-3 'X'562'X-K+5yX 554-H X'!5'X'Z'5-X'i5.'X A4 U' Xu? X' X 'X' 'X 'X-3""'.r X' x X' KJ A K 'Fi' 1 X- Th1S space taken by T C G1bSOH 8E Sons of Gdreenvllled Pennsylvanla, 1n appreelatlon due to the Stu ents an Al f Alle hen College, who have helped us to umm 0 g y make thls the largest exeluswe men s and boys clothmg store 1n Crawford and Mercer Counues 23'-X45 X-?iQ'X"5+K'X'E3X-55 hi X' bS'X'h'X"-x X'EvX'b4 S T C GIBSON 8c SONS B1g Clothes Store GREENVILLE PENNA fS"'K'rE'X' K 51 ui 4 'Z I Y Y' 5 V Vi X9 if +3 a 55 'X- if H 'X' bi 'X' bi -X' E 'X' 55 'X' 55 'X' Qi -X' M 'A' N 'X M 'Xa Yi -X' hx -X' 52 -X- A 'X' bi 'X' A -X- A 'X' E8 'X 5 A ki 5' K+ ...V- '5 llllllllllllllllmrllll' Nlllllllllll iiii'3ll'1IIIIvl u lllllllllll I Ronald Reamer and Bill Hulin who apparently acquired the art of fussing at an early age A Peckham Qin English VII j Oh I think that Shakespere was aS great as Macbeth The way he said I- am kibbrned Crabb d con- ne - ,, Dr Lockwood. You mean Crabbd cribbed confined - I P. Pooh You re worsen I am. 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V -, A S .Qffl-fl .9 -v-. I . I 1.x I 11,30 FLORIST p QS Proprietor of Greenclle Conservatories Cut Flowers and Floral Designs a Specialty. 'Both Phones. Store, Corner Market and Center Streets :Pb3'X'552'X'5i'X'H'X'i'!'X'Si'X'bIi'X'XK'X'5S'X'9i'X"22'X'53E'X"iQ'X'3'X'H'X'5i'X'55'i'iSa'i"55a'?'X'3i'X7b?i'X'E'YN 'X'51'X'bR'X'5S'PX'X'i2'X'214'51'X'S2'X'Si'X'!!'X'21-X-is gIg'X'b3'X'K'X'S:i'54'X'5i'X'K+53+55'X'EFX'!5E'X'K'X'53'X'55+EC'X'fi'X'X5i'X'5i'X'55'X'5i'X'K'X'54'X'2i'X'i'i'X"2i'X'X9S'X52'i'X'K'X'5S'X'5i'X'X'X'i4'X'5i'X'K'X'Z1'X'!1'X' 'X' S31 if Frank R- BCHUY ' Both Phones ' U. A. Balizet fi: . THE LARGEST AND MOST UP-TO-DATE Sq Qi 'il 0 0 . 5 r B11 d P l d C S is 1 lar ar or an lgar tore gi ' IN THE CITY . 5 CIGARS, TOBACCO AND CANDY 5.5 . 228 Chestnut Street E Specialties-"Butter-Kist" Pop Corn and Peanuts ESL ,Safety Razor Blades Sharpened a Specialty 'X"5'X'Qi'X".2Q'X"fi'X'Q5'X'fQ+54'X'514+EXE'X'Si'X'H'X'X21'X'2'X'2'ii'X'3'X'35'X'X'X"E'X'5S'X".5'X'S4'X'X'X'EQ'X'Y1'X'Xfi4'X'5S'X'E4'X'S4'X'55'X'5S'X'!24'X'X'X'ii'X'ii'X'f g'X'54'X'5i'X'K'X'5S'X'5i'X'X24'X'X2'i'X'5S'X'53'X'X'X'I4'X'K'X'5S'?5i'X'K'X'K'X'55E'X'K'X'b?'x'X'K'X'Z5fs'X'55'X'XiS'X'55'X'53'X'X4'X'X'X'Y!'X'5S'X'Ei'X'i4'X'55'X'5?!'X'f5'X'5K4j 'X' Office Hours, 8:30 a. m. until 12:00 m.g 1:30 p. m. until 5:30 p. m. Phone for Special Appointments X5 J. LINTNER BEATTY 54 X oPToMETR1sT AND E 292 Chestnut Street OPTICIAN - Meadville, Penn'a 'X:H'X'E'X'K'X'BX'X'53'X'E'X'B'X'3'-X'5i'X'L'i'X'3'X'55'X"o'X'55'X'QX'X".5'X'55'X'55+25'X'H'X'5?'x+E'X5Q'X'X5'X'554'5S'X'5.4'H24'X'5K'X"24'X'524'X'2i'X'2K'JXixCA-X'5K'X'X21I ' ' ' ' - ' X T X V ' ' "'i'X"51'X"S 5f!'X'!5'X' ex. gg 'X' SQ 'X' 82 fl' bi 'X' 54 'X' hi 'X' M 'X' 54 'X' 54 'X' 53 'X' 55 'X' 54 'X' M as Ei 'X' iii 'X' hi 52 S2 'X' X5 'X' M fs? M "X' 214 'X' E 'X' Qi 'X' 54 'X' M 'X' M 'X 54 'X' X K EQ c 22 DERFUS BRCDTHERS it 5 346 NORTH STREET h MEADVILLE, PENN'A 2 A DEALERS IN . 55 ' Di gg FRESH, SALT, DRIED AND SMOKED MEATS JP if Butterine and Eggs zz: 5 vs sg FRATERNITIES SUPPLLED X ' E sf. 'X' g- v ,L ' v x'f,L5q.!.5'f.!AQ.!.5q-2.2-2-SQ 'X'?fX'E'X'5'i'X"5'X'X'X'Si'X'X5i'Wi'X'55Z'X'K+3'PS'X'5S'X'5Zi'X4K'X'3'X'24+S+!Zf'X'S4'X'5.'i'X'H'X'S2'X'H'X'vS'rSS . SS . . 5135: J. - .15 A J 'LVL ?v'X'5S'X'H'X'K'X'5f5'X'H'X'5Q'X'Qi'X'S'X'3X'X'Qi'X'552'X''9i'X'X'2i'X'Qi'X'5i'X'3i'X'2i'X'K'X'H'X'Q4'X'5i'X'ii'X'5S'X'55'X'I5'X'5S'X'54'X'5i'X'.5'X'X'a 5S'X'.S . 5S'rfa . ...HS + . 'S' E STENOGRAPHY TYPEWRITING 5 MULTIGRAPHING E ie NIAUDE HARPER E 5 NOTARY PUBLIC f d C 1 T t B 'min S 111 ff 5.5 Meadville Phone, Ofhice 809 Residence 80-W Room 208 Craw or mm nl ' go ' 'fx-'FMISQ-X-'sifx-f2+Ss+s:+ss+:s+:s+:1:+ss-rss:-sf:+ss-zfmsy :X:55'X'iQ'X'XSi'X"5Q'X'5i'X'55'X'Yw'X"S'X'55'X'K'X'S'X'S'X'3'X'S'X'K'X'25'X'5'X'S'X"2Si'X'ba: W THE....Q:?lY?.ffU5 E VOLUME XXXIV-NUMBER 23 MEADVILLE PA JUNE 14 1916 EDITORIAL The opportunity which has come to Allegheny College students in the past week is one of which every college man and woman should have availed himself or herself. The addresses de- livered were of a very high character and were very interesting containing something of interest to every man and woman in Allegheny College. Col- lege students should rally to the sup- port of such remarkable events as it was our good fortune to have in our midst and put into them something of the real Allegheny spirit. It is to be hoped that there will be a very much larger representation out in the fu- ture as it is very important that no college man or woman should fail to take advantage of such very valuable opportunities. TROUBLE ON COLLEGE HILL. On March 12th an angry mob of Sen- iors and Sophs boarded a car at Mead bridge and uproaringly, upon landing at Conneaut Lake, took possession of the town. The inhabitants fled to near-by fanmhouses to escape the noise of the night riders. The Sophs, craving for blue blood, pursued the wailing house- breakers in a similar car, but only arrived too late. The town had become silent except for the distant peal of sleigh bells over a distant hill. On that bitter night, which was cold enough to freeze ice, the motley crew, huddled on sleds approached the shin- ing lights of Meadville. Fearing lest they should disturb the police force they wended their way through the lower part of town and arrived at Mc- Lean s Horse Emporium. .For six long hours they lay.on the cold cement of the cellar floor fearin ' to move lest they be heard from with- ou-t. They thought of home and mother' and Prexy on the hill but still they were determined to seclude themselves from the prowling braves whovhovered near. At last came the appointed time for departure. Some were seen in al- leys streets and house-tops but before the six o clock car had wended its way up the 'hill they were all safe in their little trundle beds. 1 - While t-hey slept thus peacefully a shaven mob were having. pictures taken of their shorn locks. The whole affair caused no li-ttle commotion. The twelve disciples who disobeyed the college rules were forced to dwell ever after in inactive service. So ended the trouble on the hill.-Meadville Tribune. DELTA TAU DELTA GLEE 'CLUB TAKES A "FEW" TRIPS. After a successful season of three trips, the Delta Glee Club returned home to be reminded that the college was not standing for a burlesque show of any kind. WANTED-Young men who are not afraid of teas, picnics and chaper- ones. Address "Hulings." - 262 1 1 .. 1 S 1 1 1 1 , V V - V V, . V H 0 H ...N ' -' - - - Q - :ii V31 - - Q. Q - Qs, i - - W - l -- :Y D' 'Q A 'Q l - - Q -1 fi' I- I' . IZ - - v - - - - - - - - F - - -1 ' , i - i -- L- .1 - , - Y -1 M -I- '- -. U.. Y.. 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JQM. -we-z-S -wg-Lx. W-1-xvz-:Of-z-54-1-S4+:5'.fx" -1-W-:4-1-sz'-1-24-1-9'-z-.czvz-,,z+f5-x-:4+k.'f-as-A-14-9,4T 1 :Ei .. . l 1 'lm' , ll ' THE CANI1 L S ' AUDAOIOUS VISITOR AT HULINGS As two of the celebrated Hulings butterflies were flitting merrily toward their home lights their attention was caught by a great heaving black mass at their right. Even as they gazed the mass rose up and taking to itself legs rushed madly over the campus in the direction of the stronger sex s section Terrified and yet perfectly composed the fair ones rushed into the 'hall to the telephone and in as short a time as possible for the Meadville tele- phone they had received assuranc that a brawny propogator of law and order 'would immediately jo1n them. Reassured they let the Hall remain in peace except for a few of their highly adventuresome friends Feeling the necessity of doing noth- ing worth while the two lately arrived ones with their above mentioned friends formed a search party among the lower regions of Hulings thus preventing dange-r on the inside as the lawful protector was doing on the out- side. Yielding -to his violent pleas, they soon admitted him and together they waited just where the steps got up. Flattened against the wall of the stairway just opposite the open door to the gym and at the head of the dizzy stairway that leads to the base- ment, the arm of the law waited. Around the corner the girls noise- lessly expected the dread advent. Soon the- fbold, bad man arrives,- only there were two of them. After cautiously creeping over the basement floor, they throw their flash-lights full on the policeman's face, who, after re- covering from his surprise at such an intrusion and after recognizing in the glare of the light an old enemy of his. makes a daring leap down the three stairs. His grasp however gets merely air empty save for the few disturbed dust particles dwelling in that region. His polite maledictions are all but drowned in the wh1r -of crashing glass and the silvery giggle of the girls. Thus it was conclus1velY proven that one of the intruders exited through the window not caring to be a second out -the door Save for the broken glass and the policemans word no clue has been found as to the identity of the invaders. In vain the inmates of Hulings scanned the faces of the men they met next day. Not a scar was visible owing either to prac- tice in the art of smashing W1Hd0WS or to the skillful application of New Skin. BOOKS We announce the following books for this month: . "How to Become the Best Class I Ever Taught." C. M. Cobern. "Fussingg Its Finer Points." Prof. Ward. - O "The Chemistry of Cosmetics." Prof. R. E. Lee. Among pamphlets sent out from the college are: "Hair Tonicsg an Investigation and Analysis of Their Properties." Drs. Darling and Mulfinger. "How to InHate Motor Car Tires Properly." Dr. G. E. Snavely. "THE COLLEGE BOOK STORE." WEATHER Fonnclisrr. English III Weather Bureau. "'Dry and dryer for the nine months begin- ning with September." 264 pu-an-1 , I r Y Q. I "I ll mul llllll ' illg ' Ili.. . . s. . C1211 ' 1 D ' . I . l 7 7 7 7 n c ' , , . , . . 7 . ' " 7 7 . 7 , . u o , . . . 7 , . , . 7 f H ' ' 77 . l . . .-L... , Q . 7 7 . 7 I 1-1 11:11 L i V r 1 , ,,.,,. ..-.,.,,.,..1 ..,,..... .. .,.. -- f - ----M f, 1 all si ff' 54 'z 'Z' 5 ss I 2 9 74 + Qi 71 2' 'F 1 2- 'C 'F Qi . 4' T 3 72 5? 'S 5 T 5? 'S' S'i'S-H 4. 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A pp MEADVILLE DRY CLEANIN T K ' THE KLEANERS THAT KLEAN " D ein and Repairing Two Day Service L Cleaning? Pressing' Y g LER . Works Boynton St Office 916 Water St. . A I Local Phone 144, Bell 271-W LAWRENCE T. MIL , -1 p ' V ' M. . 1: . 2 1 '1 I-II' CAMIJL S SOPI-IOMORES SHOW CLASS SPIRIT The most brilliantly conceived and sanely executed class spread ever he-ld in Hulings Hall was indulged in by the Sophomore girls. The brilliant plans were possible through the gray- matter of some of its illustrious mem- bers and through the fact that one of the-m had an obliging brother who as- sisted materially in hoisting the eats up to the rear window. The affair was most sa.nely carried through owing to the permission for the feast graciously granted by the Dean and to the desire of not disturbing the slumber of the infant inhabitants commonly called Freshmen. The entireapparatus of the kitchen was available which is only another witness of the esteem in which this glorious class is held.. The menu served was one most appropri- ate for the fashionable hour of 3 a. m. A iitting close was the presenta- tion with all due noislessness of two crackers and an announcement of the event to numerous Freshman rooms. GREAT ORATOR ADDRESSES STU- DENT BODY. . His face was blazoned by a row of dental footlights surrounded by a back- ground tie of mother's old plaid shawl. He was so pleased to be standing be- fore such an earnest looking crowd of future life insurance victims. Many trivial incidents were cited. He in- formed the students .to follow in .the footsteps of their "father," which father had 36,500 insurance. "He thought you would get that one" characterized his many humorous an- alogies. How inevitable he put forth that he hoped each one in college would win the S25 literary contest which was written upon a subject which he represented You Are Worth More Dead Than Living. Oh the woe that befell the onlook- ers when he assured them he was a successful man and that hewas glad to be here and he wished us success - as he felt for the platform chair-and am glad to be here and I wish you success-thank you. Many handshakes from the faculty assured the Man of the Hour of his most successful deliverance from the platform and hoped that he would return again to visit us when wethad no chapel service, How to Pass Exams Without Breaking the Honor System Are you a bonehead? That is tho question now before us. Would you wish to pass in exams? Then here i a perfect method: How to pass Etnest Ashton Smith. Read up all the funny supplements of your Sunday newspaper. Study up on "A Slow Train'Through Arkansas" and "Drummers' Yarns" so you will know when to laugh at the laughing gas jokes pulled in History lectures. How to pass Dr. Akers. Ask as many foolish questions dur- ing the year so that he will have your number and then take- your exam. in Math. I. By the time y-ou have taken three exams. he will be sick of you and you cannot fail to pass. How to pass Dr. Lee. Never ask a question in this class, even though. he hints that your pass- ing depends on it. That is a little hint of his to lure you on to your ruin. Every time you ask a question his ire rises ten de-grees. 266 IW, A, . ,IM Y V 1 2 E A - ai' 5 -I pl lux nz J up l an F Q - ' Q i i i i i C ' - i. 11 11 1' - 1. ,M YL . l - l ' 1 1 .t IL' I1 - I7 . l'.4 f l 1 ' N l. l - 1 l ' . Q . "il " 1 . N . 1 X 1 i al a Q g - -1.1 , 4 1: , Il Us 1.1 vnu l. l A ' : 1.1 i L 1 1 1 5 1 2 . 5 4 . l I kg Q - . i ' ' in : UA UQ fl ' T Q : I l - C l . -. Q ' - m Q , . - Y 1 V i i H v A i .- ,V - --- V , .,,,, 5 I :.5..,.,,....g ,vnu-v.. .. .. .- .- --.V if 1 x I f 11, Jllg fl A nt 2 Q' x T 1 Q I t 1 lr ll ll I il ' x Y 4 J 1 u ' T 1 T . X 4- 1. 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We will miss you-when you lea-we us FEMALE ' A An all-round, jolly, good-hearted girl is -- An excellent student Has radiated sunshine during her four or live years' stay withus Came from -, a town of wealth Has lots of class and Allegheny spirit and is always willing to lend a helping hand. Very dignified, yet knows how to have a good time Ought to make a good -- or a good -- Her gradaution will leave a place that cannot be filled e We are glad how- ever she is a town girl ' 4 f gasped Freshman Howell staggering into his friend s room Why what s wrong the friend inquired, Wrong' the poet said. Ye gods' I wrote a poem about a little o . I began the first verse with these lines. My son my pigmy coun- terpart Yes? Yes? ' V The poet drew a long breath as he took a Lit from his pocket Read. See what that Miss Best did to my opening line The friend read aloud My son my pig my counterpart DeReamer My friend Clark is just getting over the measles and I would like to buy a shirt for him. 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Self- Filler f 4 5 if , and Safe- 2 i ' 5 ' ty Pen. :Up 'lfhe Pen of ' 5 h1ghest GECISIICY ,T Ei "ii Q as 'Z' I A ' 5 ' 'I' 571 ' 55 "sEl.F-Fu.LlNG. SAFETY 2 BS FOUNTAIN PEN' L , Q35 Give me one drink of ink 1 I Q-4 'X' if and I'll wrgte ten tliou- X " 5 SQ sand words or you. ' L4 gg 'I' can lie Hat, right side It I . -1- 2 up or stand on my 1 n-.' N ' 1 bi headfOrmySafe- + ty Cap keeps 'Egg :Q 4 4-4 5 E ' the ink Ziff- IMQQQLS locked ,AQQ-if E ,264 4,,. 32 -VPD 7, ,:'. 'T' . ,':3',A' A5 ,,"'a' I n I I 3 In - E PARKER A 2 2 I3 , 4 4 4, ,V FOUNTAIN PEN INK - ,Q ., Y I-as 4, as 4 I I I ggi N - '- ' ' X ' :Q .'L' ' Q E is 225. N fl' M 'Z' 53 M 'I- 54 fi' M fl' M 'Z' bi i if 'fi he 'I' M -X' bi '1- hi 'Z' N 'X' ii fi' 54 'lf 3? SIM M 4. N it 42 if if i 4. is . . it . . 5? 2 I. 'T 4. T I 5 I I l I I 1 I F J l'2i"!'X'l'5S"X' 55 . x . s f . x L, a, 1 . F, 1 'I ff 'I A. I 'I 'hr Elgvnnngluania Qinllrgv nf mm MEADVILLE, PENN'A -I'35+Z'3+K+E'i+X+X' . ki-l-E1 . FACULTY +24+X+X'X' Director HARRY WAITHE MANVILLE +255-l'3i+h! Voice HARRY WAITHE MANVILLE MARY THORPE GRAHAM +5S'i'X+5?i+K'Z'bK Piano A MARY THORPE GRAHAM JESSIE A. MCGILL GLADY5 MARIE RAYMOND X+5i+X+8++Qi Pipe Organ FORREST PHIPPS WEAVER Violin FRANZ KOHLER LOUISE CHASE '!'55-I'X'!'bI1'!'?5-I'X'Z'5S'!' Theory, Harmony and History of Music JESSIE A. McGILL 'I'K'Z'X Water Colors and China Painting ION X WOODCOT K 532-5ZS'i'b3+K Registrar NINA ELIZABETH BLAIR '5i+Ei+ Excellent Facilities Most Approved Methods 'ii-I 2i'!'5S'r 55+ Complete Course Leading to Diplomas 5541-Q2'i-5S+K'i' 54 'Z' M -if bi 'If 545 'Z' M 'X' bi 4. M 'I' it M -I' M 4. TA' 4. D4 4: Vi IZ V! -2 .12 Students Registered at Any Time I nun lu... , E A Hllrhnrghti Qllgnirrg CHAPrER I . It is a dark and dreary night. Slowly two tall figures advance groan- ing under the weight of an immense pole. To their left looms up a great white wall. Here we are says one. At last breathes the other They pitch their burden over the wall. ' t There is a whoop The two mysterious lumbermen. run' for their lives run and run until a huge red brick building is reached. There they find a welcoming band of outlaws each one wearing white sox-on the left foot. , - Pretty soon some more men arrive breathless but trying to look un- concerned just escaped a whole gang of Sophs is the message. There were about fifty of them and they 'threw a big pole at us and chased us. The laugh which ,follows helps to restore so-me of the rapidly vanishing courage. Presently the tallest man in the class rises and in a polished oration addresses the assemblage thusly: A Gentlemen and fellow classmates: VVe' are here tonight to clean up the Sophsi You kno-w they need it. A To proceed the chairman will ap- point myself .and nine others' from the strongest men in the. class to 'stand around the flag pole. The two men who brought the pole can plant it The others will form a larger circle around the other men. I m goin to bed now. Call me when they come. A A CHAPTER II. A A large house is the meeting place of the opposing faction. A fat, curly-headed boy bears a bundle of papers under his arm. Others carry suspicious looking bottles. They gather 'round the leader. Suddenly they depart. ' ' A CHAPTER' 111. ' A A pile of human forms is seen around a tall pole bearing a green and yellow banner. Une voice shrills out, 'e'Hi, there, you big mutt, roll off! There's eight on me now .and I'm only built for seven." just then a distant clock strikes twice. This effort of the town to provide a suitable means of telling thetime seems not to please, and one pious Bible student murmurs, "How long, G Lord, how long ?" A A CHAPTER IV. Two o'clock. A gang of Sophs is seen to be gathered rather limply around a telegraph pole. Gne of the police force has appropriated two A ' 272 F . 5 . . , . . . 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IIIIIIIIII tContinued from page 2722 y valuable members of the class for his own use. They decide to disperse to their own homes before any more are requisitioned. ' CHAPTER V. Six o'clock. A band of dispirited men is wending its homeward way around by Bentley. The bell rings and I-Iulings Hall rises two hours early in order to see where the fire is. They cheer lustily but sleepily when they ind out what the trouble really is. 3 ' CHAPTER vt. Sophs find their posters down. I CHAPTER VII. A- Frosh realizes that they d1dn't do anything CHAPTER VIH. Both classes resolve to do it again next year-nit Dr Cobern while going home one night fell into a deep- hole Unable to get out he sho-uted lustily and at last a laborer heard him and came to his rescue Dr. C. told him how he got there and who he was whereupon his rescuer remarked. Well you needn t kick up such a rumpus You don t have a class till Tuesday' and this is only Sunday night Craig XfVhere are you going to work this summer Ed? , Baker. At the same old stand I guess Barney A Yost Cswallowing the bait whole. Ch yes You see Ed has a standing ob at the largest steel car works between Osgood and Shenango A' M S And what do you want for your birthday? She Really I don t know But I suppose youswill buy me some- thing terribly nice and expensive and new You re such a dear reckless O . One of the censorship board to I-Iickman See here you Cant let gi thing like that go in the book Hickman looking at manuscript Funny that never struck me tl"at way. I suppose I don t have an evil mind ICIIllllllIlllllllllllllIllIIIIIIIlllllllllllllllllllllllIllllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII l 0 1 0' ' 7 7 ' O1 . . 7 7 ' 9 , rc a ' , . ' 1' , ' U .H . I, . J 9 ' r 5 , . . ' O. . 1 if yy CC 3 - . , . ' a ' 2 b YH ' 7 ' 9 . 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PROPRIETOR fs: 'H I4 I' X+S+E+K+X E+ +E+ +K+S+K H E+H+E+K+K+3+ E+ H+ K+ K+ HW E+S+ +X+K+E+K+K+K+K+K+H+X+X+K+S+K+K+X+E+K+X+X+K+K+K+K+X+X+K+K+X+X+X+K+X+K+Yr K+K+X+K+E+K+X+K+K+K+3+K+K+S+K+X+X+X+E+K+K+K+X+K+X+K+V+V .i+K+X+Y+XA'L J Union Theological Seminar IN THE CITY OF NEW YORK Broadway at 120th Street K The charter requires that "Equal privileges of admission and instruction, with all the advantages of the Institution, shall be allowed to Students of every denomination of Christians." ., -gl-ni ' F. u For catalogue, address fi THE REV. CHARLES R. GILLETT, D. D. 5 O K O Dean of Students, 1' K - + New York City. -z-sim-x-teas!-si:-z-ss-I-24'I-st-1-:rt-I-as-mae:-1-:za-1-Ss-z-sa-I-E+21-1-:ee-x-Ss-zasseaxa-zz-x-:K+-as-2-E-tai:-a::+3-z-as+2:+::+::+::+::+::+::+::-ez: W+K+K+H+K+E+K+K+EHQHWHQHK+H+X+K+K+K+K+X+K+W+X+3+X+S+K+X+X+X+K+K+X+X+3+3? K 25 + ze: ag if GRIFFITI-IS BAKI G COMPANY E 'E MANUFACTURERS OF First Class Ba ed Goods E Office, 1272 South Main Street gg Bell Phone 196 + v if -E -z-ez:-9E-as+x+t2:+x+:z:+s+Q:+:g4+x+:2:-ante-1-is-tis-z-:?4-x-:te-as:-:assess+3-as-as+maR+s:+:s+:s+:s+s1+s:+::+::+v:+9,:+:1:- EIGHTY-FIRST YEAR BEGINS SEPTEMBER 27th, 1916 1 N. I , 'n ... I -,t lllllllllllllmaamnuunreseill lllllllllllllllllmfl lrfisllugllmssulllllllllll l warg mir 1 'f . QFailed to get in the f'Lit.wj Miss Taylor makes her own sweet gown Y Qf cloth and lace and braid, Yet you can tell all over town That she is Taylor made. The wind is not a braggart As anyone should know, Yet anyone will tell you The wind will always "blow". The problem that we have to solve In this most strenuous day Is not how far the dollar goes . , But how to come, and stay. E A S ' I saw thedoctor today about my loss of memory. , 2 P What did he do? T E S Made me pay in advance. 2 ' o Dr. Muliiinger s'Son. Father the bill collector is at the door ' Dr M. Tell him to take the pile on my desk . Mother. T V Who was here to see you last night? Emma K. Only Pauline Mother. Mo-ther Well tell Pauline she left her pipe on the piano y Liveryman Qas Dr L is about to depart on a campaign I I m afraid ir T must ask you to pay in advance. Dr. L VVhat for? Are you afraid I will comle back without the horse? P I ' T - Liveryman t No Sir I m afraid the horse will come back Without OU. i A A New York girl has been frightened speechless by a dream. That dream ought to be passed around to Hulings ' V , VVhen we see the kind of men that women marry we are not dis- . posed to be particularly hopeful of the kind of men they will put into office when they get the vote. gf 1 77 it H CK 73 ! Ka' ' 3' , . C6 ' 97 CC H KI i ' 73 J - N ' ' 39 . , , - . D cl , . S' H I ! 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POWELL, Allegheny Agent 54 S2 'Z' N 'Z' N 'l- N 'Z' bi .g. 54 ff bw -I- if N 'l' 54 If: rs 55 24-51+ F5 dl , U 3. 555+Ei+221+3'I'2!+5Zi'Z'X+bK'I'5?I-l'3'l'2i+i4'l'5fI+SZ'!'S4+X+X+S3+X'l'EC'l-X+34-DS' 451+5S+21+SG!-i'I'3'S1+3-Z'i4+Z+5f!+1'5+E4'l:5 -24 ' Ri 2 Additional copies of 3 513 3 ' at 'hr vm vntnrg 4 at run K 1' :IZ 'P if 2 will be sent postpaid to any address at the following rates : E 31,75 . . - Cloth Binding 5 32,25 - - Leather Binding as :ll jg E. H. BAKER, MANAGER gs 454 N. MAIN STREET, MEADVILLE. PA. + - - ' ll!.9l1"! 011-10 rv :vue pvwv Av? nv vpn 4E'l'b2!'Z'5K'Z'!?i'l'5?+54'I-ii-HZ!+325+324'!e?2!+5K+!Qi'i'X'Z'5fC+5fC'Z'h5'l'bfn'7X'l'SvrB'rivrh 'z'5'rb'rh'r5'rivrSm'is-rivrh.-Z'Iw'.'5S'z'ivr.f ff . IIIIII llllu , I t llllllllllllllll iiuasnmresellll llllllllluunmllliizzs-ll.iIlIIv3ll ui::! lllllllllll :Un Thr Gllaanrnnm Doctor Lee to Chem HI class If th1s should be your last lecture you should be able to get along especlally 1f you get what w1ll be g1ven 1n the next two or three lectures Lockwood VV hat became of Lady Macbeth? ra Lackey VVhy she d1ed but I dont know what became ot er Lockwood Well we re not d1scuss1ng theology here Stemple call1ng the roll for the first 1211116 Dld I m1ss any of the g1rlsP Tohnme Regester You m1ssed mel Leo McKay Con for debate Say S1d g1VC me half a dozen rea sons why co educatlon at Allegheny should be abol1shed S1d Burwell Why Mac don t you know that many g1rlsP Inqu1s1t1ve Freshman V1S1t111g the Cochran Hall basement for the bowl1ng alley P M1ss Best at Y M and Y W Recept1on Doesnt th1s proces s1on rem1nd you of the corpuscles 1n the nervous system? l I ' l 1 . . , 1 cf ' I . - , 4 A ' 77 , , L V DI, A , cc - 79 I L cc ' T ' i 7 K 2 l l h ." , ye , . . l Dr. . 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Q4 EQ :iz Vi 52 'E 4,5 if is :ff nv .'i 1 E I5 llllllllllllllllsimian" f'lII llllllllllllllll llf5'3ll'iIIIl 'lI ui:"lllIIIIIll I Continued from page 278 Sheets before Thersm class What 1S 1ntell1gence f I can t defme lt but I ll grve you an example Go ahead It s the sort of th1ng you haven t got VV1tter Sheets VV1tter Doctor Lee Ill g1VC you men on my left mckel cobalt and lead You 1n the m1ddle I ll grve cadm1um and zrnc Now you on the r1ght what w1ll I g1VC them? W1lber GIVC em arsen1c MISS Scott 1n Pubhc Speak1ng II Isn t th1s authorrty on woman suffrage preJud1ced ? Professor Swartley Why do you th1nk that? MIQS Scott Why he s opposed to lt Woodard C111 Enghsh II Iove oh yes ove was the god of ove George Hartung s1ng1ng as he stud1es h1s Greek A lesson Aner man Gyne woman GfOW1Hg sweeter as we Journey on through hfe' Dr Lockwood proposmg a Qurll Club banquet fshortly after the I th1nk we should prefer somewhere else MISS I-Iendershot Cexper1ment1ng to f1nd length of l1fe of unwatered bean plants Dr Darl1ng can t I water my plants? D1 Darl1ng Why? MISS Hendershot I hate to see the poor th1ngs d1e Dr Darhng 1n B1ology I What 1S a l1ver fluke? Br1ll1ant Stude Its an ammal that l1ves 1n the v1le duck of the sheep The student who had been rec1t1ng stopped say1ng anytlung The 1nstructor was heard to say Dont be afrard to go ahead John you wont fall off the bluff Mr Matthaer after begmnmg to stay at Cochran I-Iall when eXpla1n mg CXPTCSSIOHS of quant1ty 111 German sa1d somethmg as follows however you double a glass of m1lk you w1ll get one glass of water Fven he knows that It s half water -.1 I3 5 .f.-l I : s 4 5- A . , - - - an I 1 ' K ' I . , U , , , . as . , ' ' V cc an ' ', cc 9 ' 5 77 rr s ' I ' . 7 7 ' 1 I , 1 a n ' in ' . 7 ' - as . ' - ic ' 9 ' as A l I QI xl o D , Q I 1 . . ,, 1 if ' 7, ' 44 ' Yr ' 77 N1 -4 0 ,W Q 1 X . . H fi 7 9 :lr 1 an , . . . . U 1 - fi Q :W 4 ' . 'N ' - 1 l F . J V F Sen1or-Sophomore affair.j "There is Cochran Hall, but on the whole -ll - sr CC A ' 7 I 77 . . , . , ,, - cc ay' ' 4 H ' ' ' yy ' , . . H , . . 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Dont swear the way you want to swear Dont air the views you want to air. 2' ' Don t do it now-think it over and write a note Dont watch your step you ll get there sooner 1f you motor Dont die when you want to die And you will be happy some day The trees are awful naughty In the w1nter I declare They stay right out in public While their every limb is bare Snrrg Me Emil 411 It was w1th conslderable trep1dat1on that we approached the shade of S1r Francis Bacon whom we had crossed the Styx to interview Is it true we asked that you wrote the plays usually attributed to Shakespere 'P Yes he replied sadly It s true enough but since Ive seen some of the Broadway productions of my stuff Im not bragging about It junior Have you taken all of your chapel cuts yet? I'1esh1e Chl I m saving my cuts for exam week In German class when the declension of Frau was being discussed Mr McCurdy who 1S married said I thought Frau was stronger in the singular Mr Mattraei repl1es You re wrong my fr1end I always thought they were stronger when united or 1n the plural The first month after the county went dry the water used at Cochran Hall was tW1CC as much as ever before in the h1story of the place Does this prove anything on the Freshmen? I msd 25 'r s V 'i' P' an 'K' if ,Jo I , F: A 'T l 1 'I' gf fs U 'f gf 4 'T 'I fl ,.. fr 1 'T I I no 1 r ll v-4 I I U-4 A n 'x 1 n-4 K rl U-0 ix T I It J. n U .L l sn I a ul T F I v-1 l s-e 0 vi 'I' 1 bi M n 5-4 X U-4 fl 'Z' It 'Z' fl -L lx -L 'E' Iv 'S' H 'P b -L '? I ' ' I - In I In + . , . gc - 'E' gn ' 25 r ' fi I a I I III '1 ! ' Q P4 'C , 'Il . :Y J 7 A . ' I :L .I ' ' t ' IC 7 I J, 1. I. I.. , II' , rn ' s:- , 7 ' gn ll I . . . I , I f . . . . , - ai I --- wk I I I Q . Av I 5- I , Q, , 4 I' I I 9 ' - ' If ' 7! 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Rates 53.00, 53.50, 54.00 per day. Weekly rates I-IE Hotel Virginia is the second largest hotel at Exposition Park, and it is a popular stopping place for the summer vacationist. Running hot and cold water in every room. Accommodations for 300. American plan. Rates 52.00, 52.50, 53.00 per day. Weekly rates upon request. upon request. THESE HOTELS OFFER EXCEPTIONAL ADVANTAGES FOR THE HOLDING OF CONVENTIONS, BANQUETS AND REUNIONS. FOR PARTICULARS ADDRESS H. O. HOLCOMB, EXPOSITION PARK. PA. gn g 4 n v 1 1 'Iwvln vi' t cr. sl I5 llllllllllllll li. 1.-uw I-'III Illlll lllllll lllf'3I l'1IIIIv I ul." lllll lll Br Glnhvrn 5 Qlemarkz QAss1gn1ng lesson 1n The1sm Now for the next t1me take as fa as etern1ty QTo M1ss Howellj My but Im glad to see a g1rl who l1kes he1 brother because a g1rl who doesnt l1ke her own brother maynt ever l1l e anybodv else s brother' If I ve m1ssed that car lt s the greatest 1'1'l1StaliC of my l1fe' Gomg down North M3111 from h1s home Say IS the Pl'11 Gam house on th1s street? Do you know lt would be a line th1ng for the next Semor class to erect a bust of Dr Crawford over 1n the hbrary? send to Italy and get marble why I ve got the place for lt all p1cked out' I really am surpr1sed at you people Great guns' Mary and Pop went to Conneaut Lake to a H1gh School Reumon After supper Ma1y saw LOIS Rae a recent graduate of Allegheny and went across the room to talk to her After some LO11VC1'S3l21OI1 on eral top1cs MIQS Rae sa1d Your face 1S so fam1l1ar but I11 not sure I remember your namle Dont tell me what lt 1S just let m th1nk Ch yes I know Its M1ss McK1nney 1snt 1tP W'eaver W1dOW and w1ndow are very much al1ke to me Depp How s that? lVeaver Whenever I get near e1ther I always look out Emma Would you leave your happy home for me? Ern1e I d leave a base ball game 1n the mnth 1nn1ng w1th the score a t1e DeReamer on a B1ology tr1p Wow' I p1cked 3 beg Arm' Mamie Sleepers wanted no creepers Snormg allowed but dangerous Boardmg a spec1alty no ch1ldren No sleep1ng on the grass or fence T' Q ' ' 't 'N 2 -fN 2 - , I V I I 1 .1 . t, . I ' . .-V . , A .4 , ' - - 11 A e ' - - . V ' - . . ': A - .' , . M ' . Y 'N -' L, vi . Q ' i fx I I X- r' I" V , h . , ' N' - - ., , 'v IL' l. . . .Y I . -A. X ., V . l ' A , ' ' A o A I'- - - - I -X vi . , H I - I ,, V N XJ 4 . N' ' , - O0 ' . ' . . K W . ,gg , I . A - -. X, .N . . -X I' ' ' ' - 'N - . ' - l - - " . , I 11 t. . . , I X 4 4... I u NC 4 V U .4 , u . ,5, ' " . V ' - v In . - - f . 1' A e a ' I . .' 1 V Q .V - ,X . gg A , , ,, f A . 1 ' ' , .- ' I .. I 1 -mv. - A , . w ' ' Y , , ' . . - r I .. - 1 ' N. , V . ,J ' 4 N ' - J 5 UQ , , ' - CD . ', H I ' I '5 I f' ' i H ' ' . 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Id fafft I do'd believe - I ever eaughd ady eold id the first blaee. I ' iCurry. They say I m the first missionary on this island. Cannibal. That s all right. First come first served. Dr Mi, Can you cut my hair with my eollar onf Barber. Yes Sir with your hat on too if you like. Igrrpztrrhnrzn V A A bull dog and an elephant - - . Prepared to take a trip. .1 I The elephant-he paCl'ed his trunk, - 1 1 The bull dog took a Ur' . - 5 'IN' up 1 if p l G 1. 1 E' 5 5 . 1 , 5 in 5. E , - . Q 1 1161" : V . 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