Allegheny College - Kaldron Yearbook (Meadville, PA)

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CONTENTS Introduction Scene Section Administration Classes Athletics Publications Urganizations Forensics Fraternities Honorary Fraternities College Life Q - 5 fn 'w.5s: :,- :""w"":' :s :a- HHIUUQUIljIIIIljIlllllllllllljljjllmltllll sllllllllllllllllllh imn IllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII Illllllll lIIIIIllIIIlIlIlIIlIlIllIIE EEE... .. ..-. .r .. ......... .... J .. ..,,,...... .u,. , ...,. . ...,. .... 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WW EE E E: fr f-Us r 1 :: als: 1 sa g in E' xx M X I 51 : El ES lllhwirxwss ,l 1-1rmuvvHSKKKKXXWXXXXX ' ii ' ,, ' 5- 5 :I 1' - N -S : all-E A r In - sl : ' E5 -- SE : illllllllllll llIIIIllIIIllIllIIIIIllllIIIIIIIIIllIIIllllllIllIIIIIllIllllllllllllllllllllllllulllllllllllllllllllllllgllllllllll IM! ! ....... ,. ............ .. A illirsaugv from the lirwihrnt For 107 years Allegheny College has stood for sound education. Bentley Hall was erected before there was a railroad in the United States. Only forty other American Colleges were founded earlier than Allegheny. The Alumni of the College today hold strategic posts of leadership in the Nation's indus- trial and professional life and are exerting a powerful influence for good in both Church and State. Allegheny has never been swept by any wave of educational fanaticism, whatsoever. The sons and daughters of this College are characterized by strength, poise, patriotism and a zeal for righteousness. The Million and a Quarter Dollars pledged for the increase of Allegheny's resources last year, when paid, will advance the total capitalization of the College to three and one-half millions. It should be increased to five millions at the earliest possible date, The most pressing needs of the College at present are: First-An Alumni Hall, affording accommodations for administrative offices, eight class rooms, eight professors' oflices, an auditorium with seating capac- ity ol' 1,000. Second-A dorlnitory for freshmen men. Third-One and one-half million dollars for additional Endowment. The undergraduates and the Alumni of the College are equally interested to give their Alma Mater unsurpassed position among the medium-size Colleges of the Nation. Two thousand living Alumni can do for Allegheny whatever should be done. There is encouraging indication to believe they will do what should be done. T' Gln Ezntlrgli mum Steps Often do they pause to wonder, Those who pass your way, Of the many feet who trod you In the far-off yesterday. Of the hundred years you've lain here Do you silent record keep, Of the ones who passed above you And whose footsteps wore you deep? Could you tell of men of vision In those early days who stood Foremost i11 the line of workers Laboring for other's good? Could you tell of those who follow, Each one great in his own way, Teaching, hoping, praying, building, Noble sons of yesterday? Could you tell of men of action Who in the dark "Sixties" went Marching forth to save the Union By their Alma Mater sent? Some returned, but some had fallen Nevermore to breathe the air Of the Allegheny Campus But their spirit lingers there. Again you felt the marching footsteps This time Khaki forms went by, In the spirit that still lingers For democracy to die. Days of joy and days of sorrow, Times that peace and war have made Great things these that you have witnessed That through time will never fade. N this, our scene section, are spots you love in the I inoorls you love tllein best. lYho will not always recall with delightful thrills that first stroll through the tfenielory Ravine? The intriguing Clllil1'OSCLl1'O of danc- ing slniflows, tho vharniing lrrooklct just wifle enough for you to flare to express that age-old but always xvelmfoine prerogative of man and carry llcr across, and the rich songs ol' the birds crowd- ing all the joys ol' niating anel honieinaking into one glorious burst of expression. How rogrettiilly you left it all and how eagerly you sought its inviting retreat: more aucl more frequently. Or that first wonclerful party at the Lake your f1'QSlllll2lll year, and your initiatory lmoai' rifle in the moonlight. And now your last party and last lll00Illlg,1'lllj stroll along the shore path andthe perfect unflerstanlling that niacle words superfluous anll- Hulz hero are the pictures, 1'em-onstruc't thein as you will: Most of the wisdom of El world you hold, No knowledge-seeker comes to you but finds Those Spirit-bnilde1's of your realm of gold, Almost Lil'e's masters-the woi-ld's most mighty NVhen night is still do their great spirits meet, And sages elmt while gzlyer souls rnronse? Does Spencer how to Horace? and Jonson greet Again his cronies of the l'0fiiB6-ll0llSG? Does Montaigne sneer and Martin Luther vow? Does Plato, who :ic-ross il tll0llS2lllIl years, Spoke most to those great thinkers near him now, Commune again with visionists and seers? Ah well, they hear it not, young hearts who COIHB To make of you a lovel."s trysting placeg The learning of a fl10llS2l11fl years is dumb Beside the murmnrs of a college case. minds The Library Hfvflllx' The best of The worlfl, the best ol' fhe world XVIIQTBVGI' walk the Two liogetlier, And softly reigns yonth's sunny weather. Oh balcony, ballroom, or woodland way! You echo the song of n llllIlSl'l'Gl 1l2l,V Of wonieifs lips and XV0lllG117S eyes, Uf Eden still in fair disguise, 1x11 eziiftllsong, yet it Calls from ns A worflless faith ill Zlll inhorn promise Of worlds flint were or worlds iio he Across Sfllllf! fm' lletliezin seag A song still new nlihougli 'twins hid In the scrolls of The oldest Ilj'l'2lllllll. All old, old song those liez11'i'l?el11 call Opens 21, gate to E4len's wall. Cemetery Ravine NZ:g'hZ-- The Ravine Above the white ravine white branches stretch Into the dark. The new-made hollow is a magic sketch-H A fairy park. XVIICPG clumps of 1-liododendron used to grow, White bushes lean, And look Z-A little fairy bridge of snow Spans the ravine. Ajtefr Chapel A hell rings loudly. Over there across the ravine is the chapel. XVEIFIH light from the windows Stains the snow red. The organ trenibles XVith newer, richer tones. N zlghzf The wind sweeps the snow in sheets lfp from the ravine And lets it fall in ripples On the llbl'i1l"V slope. Now it is still. He comes again And again. A bush snaps its glassy fingers in the night wind Shivering, it cracks and glitters In the cold are-light. i The College Ravine at Night lVhen the sungis glowing faintly llirough the ulou4l's dull misty gliltll NVhen the Sl1ll1'p-bfl1'liG1l signals echo in the brisk November air, 'Qi When the stzunls :ire hushed und waiting--quivoringly louse awaiting- Oh the mighty hope lll1Slll'glIJgQ0l1 the lll0l'lIli'2llll0llS despair! "Fight 'CIll, Allegheny, fight 'L-ln!" liolvul-liezxrleil they who cheer you Loyal-liezirted you who struggle in the blue :incl goI1gl's stout lineg NVell your clouds will be l'QlllCl1llJG1'GC.i and your lnfowess will enclear you For love of her, our college. that is over yours and 111ll19. Years uhezul niay bring us worries in the price ol' coal or Colton, Till the Zlllflllllll breezes whisper ol' un earlier, greater clay Nvlliill we faced our dearest rivul-WVho won? Ah, ,Vou'Ve forgotten, But youlll still reinelnber how you thrilled for Alleghe. s , 7,7 fi n r 4 E 111 1 ze Game Szqrrenzc. Ad Cussewago What I loved best was early May And the bliss of an ungrudged holiday, Speak not of lllOl20l'S, a canoe, Spring niorningls Cllillllll, I'll take, and you. The n1ill1-un lll98l'S The rivulet That winds away to another world In a vale between the hills encurled. N0 class bell Calls, no quizzes fret. Ah, who has known will not forget That trail of trails where blithefully The waters dance as Pan has played So well to the heart of many a maid That she has kinder been than she In other moineuts meant to be. lVe,ll not forget! Wlhen I get my mind Away from some livelihood's hard grind, And Springtime mornings first are fine, l"ll come again in the land of dream To float with you o11 that well-loved stream To float with you, old Friend of mine. I n The Gloa-ming OIL 0l,lS8C'lL7Cl4g0. The Cavrzpzas--Morning lt is u new place, A new white place of foliage Where white branelxes reach into grey skies 111 lucy Confusion. When we walk beneath them NVe are in il great, still conservatory Walking beneath curious, white plants Bending down to touch us. We brush against white hedges Bearing 'f1"lll1U like rottong Yet snow sifts down from them. Here is 21 rustic bridge and there, a bowlder It must be :in old place! The campus is El jungle white YVhere branches intertwine. Luxurinnt growth on left and 1-ightg lVl1ite maze ol' twig and vine. The jungle is :1 silent place WVIIBPU breaking trees bend lowg And seeds that fall through jungle lace Sift to the earth like snow. The sky has dropped its burden Upon ragged pines Standing submissive Beneath the white weight of it. The sun plays upon the scene In dazzling joy. Thr' Rzlsfic Bridge. Fare you well, our day is done! Filled our places, set our sun. NVQ have finished all we started, Fare you well, when we are parted. Faire you well, our college cases! Fare you well, our C1tlSSI'O0ll1 places! Though, indeed, 'tis someyvhat checkered, Fare you well, our college record! Millly have our ranks forsaken Due to finals we have taken, Fare you well, our nights of stuffiimg, Faire you well, our days of bluffing! We shall never love another, Fare you well, our college mother! Twilight durkens 011 the water, Fare you well, dear Alina Mater! The End of Day on. COHJZOCl'Llf Lake Ode to Allegheny A little while. your kindling spell has wrapped Around my heart what reverence I teelg l have not known you fully yet. nor tapped That deeper spring the future will unseal, The greater love the sure time brings: till now, More like a child when at his n1other's knee In thoughtless mirth and speud.tln'ift time he playsg And so did I allow The time to slip away, as though there be No end to youth and youth's blithe happy days. Four years have gone-and all- too fast they sped-- Four times l saw your hillside's leafy green Fade, many-tinted of autu1nn's brown and red, While the dark pines unchanging stood between, Four times, the winter like a shepherd, bring His rlroves of whiteness. glistening and jeweled, To load the pines and roof the somber halls, llntil again the spring Swelled the new buds and in the soft air ruled, Pouring her sun against the vine-clad walls. Yet, Allegheny, sweeter than your name, Fair as your hillside in every season fair, The memories of those who one time vame And now are gone but still your impress bear. l cannot know of you the thousa-ndtli part Nor see the Si'l'lll'flll'0S that your hand has wrought, You are not fixed upon this steadfast hill liut in the mind and heart Ulf him who loves you and has early sought Your molding Spirit, is that Spirit still. ' ' ,-ff". - '7-iff., , --., ,r H 4 7 ff-' if ., W- . + . Nm- f 7 we - -,f"'5:N 9 'J , I.: f -.t.iA.x I- . J V. 'Mb Li' ,4 ' 'e 4' s 030' . ' Y, X- 4- w , . a. X . A 'am V- fv' I -.f '- f f-"hc 'f - '-'fifr ' -5' '-" ' '- Ve f-, J" I-H' "-' if-If L J':5.- ' , dfyza' .- ' i'4T'Qf'5"' - ' Y' fi, 'I. -.L 'I,,r14- f.pg, '- ' 'xfmirk ' 'f -'1 f"C:",----f-- -' - ' . .. -. -Tfa?'ff 1a '- JS f A- 7 f ' - ' - 'STU f f"1?L":ff-Q-4542 ,... 4 '- 11+ .1 ' ,-,- V,.- f , -- . -lk, - - 'P '11 w .- , -4-,414-,,-, K l..-:'...., ,, ' ' ":, -f n- -A-f- -i?3-vt-fx ' '. A : ,-J, .h V A -MTQP, ::-:-:.':- ' J A ,f,q, A IxS4-Ilfrxlgsb-A 'WJ' Liizi-'T,Xi-V.'71, I1-Q. .1-W f V p- A l :x':'Ej5,5 7.25 j' --Q.ki1S.ff1 f I Ei '51 H1 K4 W m H H '54 M Bi 1 Q T-ko, u long - A L V4 m rl 1 SWT L! 454 yy 1 A ' W 4 + 'I W J fi N ---f-f -4-+ f f -, ,H ..,,,-.... 1,.. ,A L. :,4: Y f ---Y ,----- - .LLL '-L ir' 'li'-' 75.11-.". 311' "53.:'V3Z 51-"f5nl.'3:.n-:'l:..4L 't 'L 'h.,".?.4L1..".?-L......-ul: A vu -- J 1' :Y Z-mr, -A ' , Xe -. 411' '- X- ,- - in fr' ' X 'v-. . ...Il I Q ., sg I Ilillfg l. ' argl I-iii ,L'2'iQE"x'."C'Y"Jg"Em"f'P" -1 -- , , '.,-'-'S-he 5 -'Dei 1' -' r' r r ,r -l La 4:nL.g.,s ,. VVILLIAIVI ARTHUR ELLIOTT, A.NI1, L.H.D. 1b A 0, -'IP B K Professor of Greek Language anil Literature. .X.ll., 1.Xllegheny College, 1889: AAI., Alle- gheny College, 1892? I..Il.l3., Dickinson Col- lege, -191125 studied in Germany and at the .'XY111er1ca11 School of Classical Studies, Athens, I894-QSQQ Principal 1're1ff11'atory School, Alle- gheny Lollege, 1889-92: rofessor of Latin and hreek, 1892-945 Registrar, ISQS-1907, Vice- Prcsirlent, l907'O9Q NICITIIJCI' of Philological .Xssociationg Xlemher of Archaeological Insti- tute of .-Xmcricag present position, 1894, "His frown wax full nf terror mm' his rfuicc .rlzqulr tim !IC'l'IllQllf'Ilf will: .rucli fits of naw," -Cowpcf. CLARENCE FRISBEE ROSS, A.lV.I,, Lii1lZ.D. II? A G, fb B K Professor ,gf Latin Language and Literature. .X.ll., .Xllegheny College, ISQIQ AAI., 1893: Litt,ll., llickinson College, 1921: University of Berlin. 1896-97: Senior Fellow in Greek, University of Cliicago, 1893-995 .Xmerican School of Classical Studies, Rome, 1908-1193 Professor of Greek and German, Missouri Vlleslcyan College, 1891-92, Instructor in Greek and Latin anrl Principal of Preparatory School, Allegheny College, 189:-953 Assistant Professor, ISQSQ Professor, 190115 Secretary of Faculty, 1901-07, IQIO'ISQ Registrar, I9l81Q Dean of Men, 1919-1 Member of .'Xmerica11 Pliilological .Xssociationg lX'IE1'l'lhE1' of .Xrcliaeulogical Institute of America: Mernher of .Xmeriean Association of Collegiate Regis- trars: preserit position. IQ02. "l4"l1il1' .vtm1r1'.v ilnf' Cnlircimi. Rome .rlmll 551111115 'wlivn fclllx the Colixclmi, Ramp .rlrrfl fully mul rulxcn Raine falls.-thc 'N'L7VIfi.U" llyron. CHARLES JOSEPH LING, PILD. Z' A E Professor of Physics and Astrononiy, ILS., Cornell Universit-', 1890: AAI., Uni- versity of Denver, 19110, Ph.D., 1?o:g Instrnc- tor in Science, Carrollton, Il inois. High School, 1800: Vice-President, Central High School, Coliirarlo, 1892-9.1: Instructor in Phys- ics, Mannal 'I'raininq High School, Denver, Colorado, IQO4-061 Instructor in Astronomy :mil Mailiematics, University of Denver, Sum- mer Session, moz: Member of American Physi- cal Society: Fellow of American Assonation for the Ailvancemcnt of Science, present position, 1906. "I 113115 11c:'cr fiiillllgllitlllfflv for 0.dlIl'L'5.Y1 and have often l?7'E1I 1111-lHll07'L'd in mcikzng my lJuw."-Goldsmith. -.fail P-wif: PE' Tri-17 Q'vv'1rJ""fP -1 Q fi , 1 .. , ,,,kg231"'z25'1-347:-g.""3".4.aL" E 1- 9 -si , PF- f- '55 , 1 ,- ---L. --,353 X-, me . 1. 1 1- I 51' "1 f .4 .Wulf . . K I H .ll L ,, N-4-.X - 1 -, -'1 . . 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A.I5,, University of Colorado, 1900: .X.M., 1902: Pl1.lD., Cornell University, 1905: Engi- neering School, University of Colorado, 1900- OIQ Graduate Scholar, llepartment of Mathe- matics, Cornell University, 190:-1145 Assistant ill Department of Mathenlnties, Cornell Uni- versity, 1904-055 studied in Germany and Italy, IQIS-I4: Assista11T'P1'ofessor, 1905-71 Profes- sor, 1Q07Q Secretary of the Faculty, IQIS--Q Member of thc American Matlminatical Su- cietyg M'cmber Circolo Matematico Di Pal- erinog Fellow American Association for-.the Ailvanceincnt of Scienccg present pos1t1o11. lQl4. "Thr Coloarzrs nf Rlmflrs fuiyx him 1'e.rf1c1'l." RICHARD EDWIN LEE, SOD. EAE,AX2l,fIDBK Professor of Chemistry, RS., Mt. Union College, 1898: M.Sc,, 19025 Graduate Student, 'Cornell University, IQOIQ AAI., llarvard University, 19055 Sc.D., New York University. 19125 Professor of Cheruistry, Mt. Union College. IQU2'O7I Fellow of the A1ncrican Associatioii for tl1e Arlvnnce- ment of Science: Member of tl1e American Chemical Society: Member of the Authors' Club Cl.on1'lonlg Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts Cliiiglamllg Member of the Auiericau Public Health Assoeiationg present position, 1907. "A 1111111 of gliftcriiig zum' .smazzdhzg gL'l11.'7'- 11lific.r."--Cl1oate. ALICE HUNTINGTON SPALDING 1 Dean of llvOl11CT1, Instructor in Public P 1 Speaking. 1 I Graduate gf Cuuiuock School of Orntory, A, Nt3l'tllWVCStETll University, 1897: Instructor in Public Speaking. Alleglicnv Colleqe, X897-I N Member of the National Sn:-ech Arts Associa- - tion: Member of the Public Speaking Confer- 1 ence of the Muldle and Eastern Statesg Dean ,' of Women, 1911-. J N I1 "I find mv limrt linrdcncd and klaznt to new izvrffrcssioxzx."---Pope, . 1 l 1 W W l K 1 ' W 1 . - P W1' 1i ,,f .,,-.v, .Y vi-. 1----V 11,- 4 - Twenty-seveiz 1!lg. --Q --- - - - sg, --s M 1- or .1 E I P ' P r i' r "T il' 'Y 3' "1 ?.L.1, 'f' ik' -'.i.g.."'3,3"" '.L3."3,.z,s.."' 3-117' 17' .-' '- "' .ff M1 'Tb f.: -f 1. 1' 21 .f I 1.11 uno, f'11'1f-1.1 .ffffff Xwsg. 1 -+111 Q -f x1 -- f g we-1 ,F 'R 1 1- f '. 1. 111.1 1-.f-. 1' 1 -foo. -11 .Mfr A -. 11,1-'1 J .. wg. vu' 1 --11 2 1' V, '1 1.. ey 'ff ff fg 11155 '1 - A-11-1 1 5 ' Qs. "7-,m..11 11' - .'. fro xii -.ffl H ' ' . Cl I f""i '1, ' E'f'1'v'x21-x' in 1 '1' rf? ' 1' . I1 " 'I "I ,. 1,-16 71.4.1-A 1 1, .-1 4-, r, Q, . .4115-..1. HV I N .. .5 ,I 1 .Stir-ef5,:.11.-iM4'LE..e-A SP2 1.'TiIl 111 . 1 1 ff- V !11i'j?f1'f':7 .'-s"'f,. 4- f,-111 , .. 1314? 'F . --..-. -1fA"M K 7 ,' . 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College, 1897: AAI., I ' 1 1 Nortliwesterim University, 1908: Pl1.D., Ulll' '11 1 versity of Chicago, 19105 Member of Royal 1 1 l 1 1 Asiatic Society5 Soinetimle Fellow i11 Philoso- , I1 pliy in Northwestern Umversityl Professor of 1 F 1 Pliilosophy and Psychology, University of 1 1 Nnnking, China, 1910-13: Professor of Phil- 1 osoplly and Efluczition, W'illamette University, . 1' 1913-1.15 Member :Xl'l1Cl'lCZ1l1 Pllilosophical Assn- 11 11 1 111 c1utirJ11 Q M ember .Xnierican Sociological Assn- I1 l ' ciation5 present position, 1914. l 1 I I I "H1'.r .valmnu and fuitlwiif arlzmtgitfuuzs unrrl 1 H 1 and mulled thc l1y.ft111zder.f. 1 1 1 1 1 I 1 CHESTER ARTHUR DARLING, Ph.D. f1w1's,:5,AEP,1b1s11w 1 1 Professor of Biology. 11' 11 - .X.l'l., Albion College, 19041 A.M., 1906: I 11' 1'b.D., Columbia University, 19095 Professor . of liiology, Defiance College, 190.1-1165 Assist- I1 ' ant in Botany, Columbia University, IQ06'OSQ 1 1 I11st1'uct01' in Botany, Qolumbia lilrtiversity. 1 L l 19118-13: Fellow of :xI1l6l'lCZ11l Association for ' the :XIlV1111CG!'l1Ellf of Science.: Member of Amer- ican Public Health .-Xssocmtiomi: Member of ' llotanical Societv of Americzig Member of Nu- ll., tional Geographic .Socictyg Member of Alper- iean Genetic ,Xssocxotionz Member of Amei-mean 11 1 llacteriologieal .'Xssoe1:1tio115 present position, 1 4 1913. 1 1 "Thu 2-1101-lr! is 11 mnzetly to llmxve who flziuk. 11 1 1 C11 rrrzgetly io tlmxc 'mlm j've.'."-Walpole. 1 , I 1. 1 I CHARLES EDWARD HAlVI'VIETT ' I A A I I-Ieml of the llepartiiient of Physical Yllfllllllllg, Grnclunte of the New Haven Normzil School of Gymnastics, 1894: taught nt Hotchkiss I School, Lakeville, C0lUlCCUCllt,. 1894-Q6Q at '- l University School for Boys, Chicago, 1897-98: I 1 at Polyteclmie Institute. Brooklyn, 1898-19011: 1, 5- at Tome School for Boys, Mz11'y1:1nd, 1900-10: 11 I ' at Northwestern University, 19 1 ov 1 35 present 11 ' '11 I ' position, 1913. 1 1 -I 1 1 "All gericrczfious 5111117 full mv Izles.u-1i."- '1 1' 1 1 Luke, 1, 48. I 1 11 1 1 I 1 I I I s I 1 1- -v 1 1 , , .ffm 1 1 1 1 1 I 1 - -, ' 1 I I1 1 'Y il -Y -W - .. - -1- 1 1 I '11 ' 1 1 Ill 7,1 ,1 1. 1- 1 S . Ill 11 1 1 j YY 11011: Lxglt g Y Y Y in A!-Li-'L I 11. I .K "Fic-iff5i.1l-" 321-" ll2iv'l'!'-'111':'-go!-1' Qif'-' '54 3' 'gf-'L' . - .T -for '1 " 1r::11'.5Ts:x - .l."fi 'rf ,'.Q?i7'l""e!f5,'-' 1. 1 'u 1 . ,ng , -li 5 I1 9 ,Q A laifl-. - 'i , - "Qi A' Iv 1 T' -Q-. or ,-K ,p at 1'3.'.l1 fix mfs?" X'I',-.R 5? . 5,11 -alt 57 if", i' JI' 'fr -, ' J , J I fdrge-T, I ',. 1 g+?bxL5 . I---1 , 4 ix, ,ll-.I -,,. , '-J :. fi- Ur" . '. , .efv,-'xii ,,, 4 "3 '11 ' -' Fil ff - -- . -.1 , g "imTJ:T'57- iialitg. " -,.1-' F1'JlfE?l,,.q,L71-'T'-M-----.. u:"A"1"'Ml"w'Qm 1 1 ' 'rfiszzff .1 1 A ': M -7-T-W - '- .i,,"1:?g,f'i, LV fi -p ' VZ PM c N A - I l- V 1 W -i ,r,:,,.:xv- ,... h 44,45 ,ff . l 'fij'If,",','f.f?Q -3 if nf' A l 1 ll gl Q ,F l' ,L il 1 1 1 lll lla' I . V l Ili , 1:1 , .r . 5 F, l V41 mill' ' l l ll ll ' JOHN RICHIE SCHULTZ, Ph.D. A E KP, Acacia Professor of English Language and Literature. A.B., Culver-Stockton, College, 1905, A.M., Vale University, IQOQQ Pl1.D., Yale Univers- ity, 1917, Principal, High School, Canton, Mo., T905-DSQ Head of the English Department, East St. Louis, High School, IQDQ-ll: Assistant In- structor in English, Yale College, IQI2-I4Q In- structor in English, Yale College, IQI4-171 Member of Modern Language Association of ztinericag Member of .ixll'lCl'lCZHl Literary Asso- Cliltlfllll present position, 19117. "Sonic tale, some new fvr1'tanse he daily Konica' to xoollzc 111.1 rltrxxes and rlelmlc lhen' u1u111',v.'J HENRY WARD CHURCH, Ph.D. fb M A, -IP B K Professor of Romance Languages and Literatiire. A.I?.. University of Michigan, IQOSI Ali., IQOQQ Pl'1.D., 1915, Instructor, University of Xlicliigan, 1908-09, Instructor in French, Infer- laken School, 1909-10, Instructor in French and German, Asheville School, 1910-12: Pro- fessor of Modern Languages, Monmouth Col- lege, 1912-18, Army Y. M. C. A., 1918-19: Member of Modern Lariguage Association of Ainerica, Meniber of .'Xssociatio11 of Modern Language Teachers of Middle States and Maryland, present position, 1919, "Nat only ix it the l111xi:1c.1-.r of no one to ffrcnflz the truth but it 1.r the mvticr of umny to L'0lH'L'lI1 it,"-Lolqulmun. CHRISTOPHER B. VCOLEMAN, Pl1.D. A K E, fl? B K Professor of History anfl Political Science. .-Lil., Yale. 1896, ll.lJ., University of Chi- cago, 1809: Ph.l7,, Columbia University, TQl4: .Xcling Professor uf llistory :tml Political Sci- ence, Butler College, Indiana. 1900-041 Profes- sor. lQO4'20Q Member of American Historical Association, Member Inrliana Historical So- ciety, Member American Political Science As- sociation, Member American Society of Church llistory, Member Academy of Political Sci- ence, Member Association of University Pro- fessors, Member Ohio Valley Historical As- sociation: Member Mlississiprii Valley Histori- cal Association, present position, 1920. "Yon cram these 'aomdr into mine cars, ziguzrixt tlrr .vtanmclz of my SDIISP.,-Sllilk. Twenty-izirzc 1 rc ai -11..-3i.i'g3.ZJ'L34i1..,'3,Li37lxl"'Y.i.'?4 sp" 5.-T"i"l'53.".ou.s...4cn.....Lzr ,lfi 4 ff" f "" ' TL :Zin - H . fi, f i"", ' ' -T' 1CIIlE.' . -M 1- Y ,.-.M f-1-1-refrfssf-1s, 1-1, -1 '. .ff . in-.. 11- A ' '. 1 1 1 ,gs 1 sw., 1, 9 1- 1 1 11 .- 1- 1 vi- t ,Q ' ' . 11 'I l 71 1' ' J 1. 1- 111V 1 11-5 5 ,' 1 . -, 1, . 1 1.-, 1 .iq 1 1 , , . .11 1,15 1 . - 5 ,.f1,5fz,s 'iff X -T1-1 . 1 1- , -- , 4 rw-111: -4 l 14' 1 -" I ' -' , , ' :H 4:.stai11s'3j"l1- 1' si -1 ,iff ,"-111- lp- Q -- -.Lf ' --- -W -- ---J --T515 l Ci' 1 ' . if-I 2- "' ""' "' " ""' ' """"" 1 1. 14, -ir - - -- 5 11 1,51 1 1,1115-,-i11a?"' 'Y , ,QEIY - 1'-37, 3 F -.g -. 1,11 w, gi p, X .gf 11 ' ' ' 'f"" 7-v i " ' in f 1111 1 -1, -.'- -1., :.. 1 I ' ' ' 1 1 11 1 if 1 ll ,F 1 1 J , 15 ' l 1 M LEE DUDLEY MCCLEAN, A.M. 1 Professor of Economics and Business i 1 QW .Xcl1ninistration. l 'Q AB., 'Culver-Stockton College, 19092 Teach- 1 4 cnof llxstory anrl Governinent, East St. Louis kg' lligli School, 1910-115 Graduate Student at A1 Yale, 1911-135 A.M,, Yule, 19125 Instructor in 1 Economics and Sociology at Bowdoin College, 1 f lKjl3'l1lQ Assistant Pro essor at Bowdoin Col- 4 lege, 1914-2og,Me1nlJcr of the .Xxneriean So- '1 ' exologieal Societyg Member, American Eco- 1 1 l 5. nomic Associationg present position, 1920. 1 l l V "lfVlmt a deal of I:11si1111es.r doth tl 1111111 mi.r- ll 1 spam! the beltrr ffurt of his life in."'-ll, 11 1 , Jolmson. 111 1 l 151 J 3 l 1 IRWIN ROSS BEILER, PlJ.D. 1 5 -17 11 A l H Professor of English Bilnle and Pliilosopliy 1 1 l of Religion. J A.ll., Ohio YVe:-:leyqn University, 1907: 1 S.T..l.4,, Boston University, 19111 ,lacolz Sleep- 11r cr lfellow of lioston University i11 the Uni- Ill 1 versity of Berlin, 1911-IZQ Pl1.l5., Uoston Uni- 11 1 ' versity, IQISQ Acting Professor of English 1 1,8 Bible and Philosopliy, Allegheny College, 191:- 11 135 Professor of lliblical Literziture, Baker 1111 University, 1913-185 Member of Association of 1 1l1l1liC:1l Iristructors in Colleges of Nortli 11 1A111El'lCElQ Secretary Dept. of Universities and ' , Colleges, Religious luclucation Association: . 4 present position, 19:11. A 1 l H7'll6'I'P is 11 tom' of solemn and sacred foal- , 1 ,rl ing that blclilfs u'i!l1 rmr 1'o112'ir1l'11liIy."-Irving. 1 1 ' L 1 1 1 11 1 N1 ' 1 STANLEY SIlllP1SON SVVARTLEY, rj Pl1.D. y 1 fi? A 9, 'P B K 1 H Professor of English Lailgilage. Q U ,X.lil., University of Pen11sylv:111i'1, 19115: T ' S.'l'.l3., 'Boston University, 19081 A.M., Boston ' University, 19091 Slllflrfllf in Curry ljclmml -of 1 Expression, 1905-19075 Columbizi Lniversiiy Sumnier School, 19123133 lrlarrison Fellow i11 1 .1 Englisli, University of PE1ll'15ylVZll'llH, 1913-1.1, 1 1916-175 Ph.D., l.lni'1ers:'v olf Pc1111sy1vania, ' 11 1917, Master in English, Harrisburg Academy, l 1908-1o5 Instructor in English, Allegheny 1 1 College, l9lO'I41 Assistant Professor, 1914-21.12 1 Associate Professor. 1920-215 Mcrnher of Na- 1 1 l tional Council of Teacliers of linglxshg Mem- li I ' ber of Modern Language Association, present I j 1 l position, 1921. 1 1 1 "I rzmuuf write 11 fufver .f11lI. as I uxml lo do: and ye! I will not forgzre ll Illanle of lmlf 1 W nn inch from j'0ll.,'fSXVllt. 'V' 9 i 'ii Tlrirty H211 1 'P l , ' - -,,-.,, ,, .L'1.1.1- i 1 Y , 27 2 2- A - Y V- if AQNQ1jl.:n '75 1- f 1 41 1 11-as-1 -1' 1-f1""'1"'1 "1'1""1-1+'7u1J-2-"'1 '7 ff- 2---f-'UCF--1'V"1-" '15 1 ff-'rare 11 1 .1 1 . .- -. . ,-,N -131 I- - I ,f:,,efffrrsfv1,f f 1.11 1, , '+P' 1 I 'fat .Q 1- , , if ,off "'," s,-14 1,147 ' C21 1 -,4 1 yt 1 -14 ,' . ,--yivhfk, . -- ., U.,-'ff' ' -1 Y f' X Qr' T,-z ..a , 1 I ,1-.1 'X ,I I VV ,- . ,K If L --E, .. 1 H ',uJ',wp-f, , VL- 'Q-,v311.:V .- ,f Xb . 1 f ,F X1 1f""',g 7, f 'A' ,353 iff' 5' A A Yewygzgm I ' P ' 'A ii' , , ' 1" , ,i 1, C"f...-.,,'liQf'I.QC""'.,,....I..x"""""',. .,..... iii:"'A:'1,:1Q:iijj"fi'f , , ,' - ,511 11, , Z A ,Je ' L- - - L H? ,g M' sf ' - If - :Thr U ittik ' , ' , ' ' , -,1 -"i-?1"",ll-':f-- Y - - .1 - " -M" ' g 1524-..fc1'grT1'sri-n...r"w'1..1g. -5, 11 LQI,-1, - ,,t 1- ' , , c, 1 1, g? --- , .mf - aww'-,f,.,,: 1- , 5-'Lf 1 P ,, ,--f- Y ' ' N :1.,51Fz",. 11: gififf,-' " ,ll l es-, 'r L, . ' 1 1 V1 - """'-F 5. 1 l l V I l , , 11 1 E1 EDITH ROWLEY, A.M. l 1 'l A 1' A l r 1 Librarian. ' 4 LLB., .'X.llcgheny College, 1905: AAI., IQI3-I I Albany Library School, 1905-65 Assistant L1- l - brarian, Allegheny College, 19062075 Member of Kcfystone State Library Associationg Mem- ber 0 New York State Library Association: 1 Member of American Library Association: N1 Secretary of Allegheny Alumni .Xssociationg 1 Editor Cliautauiluan Daily: Editor of .lxlllllllll ' Bulletin, present position, 1907. W ".-i isvilliervd violet is her blisx."-Tunnysoii. 1 1 1 1 l i CLAIR FRANCIS LITTELL, I 1 ' A.M., PILD. 11 f fb B K, Acacia l, 1l, Assistant Professor in History and Political i 1' Seience. ' ' i .X.li., Syracuse University, l9l,6Q 1X.M., 1 l'nirersity of Syracuse, IQISQ Pli.IJ:, Colum- 1 1 bia, 19211 Carnegie Endowment bellow Ill 1 Columbia University, igisfiozog Member of 3 .Xmeriean llistorical Association, Member of .Xinerican Sociological Association: Member It Anieriean Political Science Association, pres- 1 Y , ent position, 1921. ' r "BL"w11re Vllll L'0lllIlIL'fL'C not 'rrillz 11111111- 1' l'llI'f3.H--ll, Ionson. ' l I li 1 N l JOSEPH LOUIS RUSSO, Ph.D, A.H., Licen Garibaldi, Naples, Italy, l903Q 1 1 .X.M., Columbia University, 1915, Pl1.l'J., lx l, l1 ,IQZIQ Student in the Law Department of the l 1 1' University of Naples, 1903-061 Instructor in ' .French and German, Carlton Academy, Sum- 11 and Italian in Columbia University Clixten- . sionl, 1913-162 Student in the Ci1'a,dua1e l ,1 School of Columbia University, 1912-16: Private, Lieutenant, and First Lieutenant, 1 1 , Ill i mit, N. J., T912-lj, Instructor in French li l Xl l l l Field Artillery, Italian Army, IQI6'I9j decor- I ' ' 1 ated with the Fatirhe di Guerra medal with X1, two stars and with the Croft' di GIlEl'l'tIQ ln- l structor in Romance Languages, Ilamilton 1L present position, 1921. ' College, IQIQ-205' Assistant Professor, 19:0-213 I , , 1 1 1 l 1 be-I, 1 T11 irljr-011: ll 1 -1 'ii ' fifr' in 4' 'H'-"'i r 'K ' r Q fa..-' 11-11: 52-gf 3:2 Ig.. zaayvh .4 1. .11 "f'J.. lid , L:---H ,- 'gre' M H , i Y- Y- , .. --- -4- ---1 Assistant Professor of Romance Languages. : ., ' r'LflfI?lj' Collie from liiilj'-U-:XC-ts XVIII, 2, XLQ N l 1 ,K -. . . -,g,,,,,,,1f N . ., ' f' ' - I . 3.4 J- lf- "B '-11 "s, 1 I 1'ig,1,'i9?"'-r fl ,. , XF., V lA'r'1 V A. 1,1 'wt -WA f XQQ- -1, 1 -' . us' l. . ,1 , , . A . . .sv - 1,4-5, y. 1 1 .4 A-1 - 1 - ,f A , ky. .9 4 ' - -. K NJ ,- I ' .LA sw. 1 -1 1 - TAC, N- -..l 1' N ,X ,' I, 1 1 1' 1 1 , 11111111 11+ Y 1 11 1 ,,,. V 1 i .L' 4 1."v1 , ,, in-ML .LV ',f . fi, ,bi ' ' "" "f 4" AE r'lT' EF'-1:11 . A t 1, A01 A!-1--57,-,4-'ii il " 15" 4 -ffji f?55P!-'Q-2'35, IFJ!!--f -:fi T in L. rffzisf' J 1 Q?-' -' ""' ' " -"Z "il-i':'Afffl'isl Lf. L71 R' ",i- ,i1"':-"-W 7 ---'Q' 'f' ' 7 f V 1 1' :sian " ' L. H- ' - 7 ' ml 3" L' . ' 11 3 li 11? 1 .. o , 1 1 1 . H 1 1 I . ' 1'N 3 GEORGE L. DOTY, A.M. N .Xssistant Pyofessor of Roniancc Languages. N 3 . . , . . . l ' xv txlblllll College, AB.: University of Illi- LNQ ' no1s, .fX.M.g Assistant lI1.1XlblOl'l Cullcgc, one 1 1 ' ', year, IllStl'l.lCl0l' i11 Irvington High School, f H ' Irvington, New Jersey, one and 21 half yearsg 1 1 present posltilm, 'IQZI-. L 1 ' F , "Hom pretty Izix lnluslzing :wax 111111 Iran' ln: W bluslzed 11g11i11." ll li l 1 1 1 1 '1 T E 1 - 4 RAY H. SKELTON, Ph.B., C.E. U Professor of Survcging. V ' Slieffield Scientific School, Pl1,B., 1909: I LE., 19125 Instructor in Civil Engineering, 3 Ygile University, X911-12, 1913-185 Professor, 1 1 Civil l:11g1necrmg, Pei Yung University, Tienisin, China. 1918-21g Instructor, Engl- 4 'L I 111-ering llechanics, Yale University, 1920-21, i 1 "I did not 001110 to 0:11210 j'Ull."'SllIlkE' 4 L spc-are. - 1 ' 1 'lm K1 '11 116 V1 1 1 Q ' HAROLD SAMUEL ELMER GOOD- it 1 FELLOW, A.M. 1 , P i A T Q 1 1 Instructor ill English, F U, Albion College, 19162 University of Michi- X' W i gan, 1917, Instructor of English at'Nortl1- i western University, 1918-1921, Columbia Uni- . versity Gramlnatc School, IQZIQ present posi- 1 tion, 1921. i ' "Erma in so .vlzqrt Il space our lzcmlts grosxly , 1 grew crifvtirc tu his lzuncy wm'ds."'-bliak. , ul' ll -5:W'B'f'f I 1 sf is 111 l W1 ,. . ' I lurty-f:c'0 1 Q iii? H Q. 7 44.1l..VAMA-ul: lg ii 5"g-11T'f"'-'iiflll e? "9fY?f-'V-i P-,,'.'!-5 .--45-?.o . 11-1 .-4.7, . Qv.-1"LlTIl7CE5vff'-K --X5 -1 --...fbi-ff'-'L 'N-1:-ggi X ' I , x, 1 . f 4 311, 1 31 ' " -1.-ff' - - 1 3 , , ' 1 lu,3j,a:, . r. ' . 41'-,Q ' " . 1 5 -- -2' I-T3"F5l.' ' .A Q'-H n ' 5 "- - - ' -. - ..., . .: af.L,V"2'?1,c.1 Q I I-5,1 ' 'V -. ,V ., .g ,. mi-- ','....,. ...E 4' , 1- .. , -- - if , 1. '1 ,A -gwrl Qt,-,Ps , T , .,, - - . 1 . .1 X .., - 12715 ' " LD hljlx-, - --...:.Ar"1:...1:LL.....:.:c"' '5"'!EL...tZ.u. 5 ' "': l , WN. - . - - i 3 - :U,2.:-- sl 1 - ,qi 1, -1- 1 s M ,IH .ft mil 'H 4 F 1 U ll l 11 is PM 96 ROBERT WELLER THIOMAS, A.M. ZAE,AZP,EAX,fIPBK Instructor in English. .X.ll., 1-Xlleghcny Colleyc. lQl21 A.M,. Ilarv- ard University, 1917: Instructor in English, De Pziuw Universitx 1913-15: Instructor in English, The Middlesex School, Concord, Mass, IQI5'IQ1 The lllukc School, Minneapo- lis, Minn., IQIQ-ZOQ present position, IQ2I. "Hr gnu in I11a.rv11 mai K7 :mm as lnwdc ns lu-loza11'tl1' rzgvinlc in lm I."-Clmucssr. BEN RAYMOND BEISIE-L, B.S. KI? K NI' Instructor in Mzilheinntics. IIS.. Allegheny College, 19141 Instructor in Xlzithematics, Clearfield High School. 1914-155 Instructor in Mallienmtics :md Cliemistry, Peiinsylvzlnia State Normal School, Indiana, Pa., 1915-173 present position, IQZO. l rl l "Tim 1'11.roIe1lt rizfilify pf 17 fll'0"fi 1111111 ix, 141 if fiom-ilrle, 1110111 slzocl.-i11g fllllll 111.1 lA1lt16'lll?.YS . 11111111 l1f,"gCl1csfe1'fiel1l, 'U il 1 W 1 ALEXANDER DAVID FRASER, A.M. I l Iuslructni' in T.z1tin. if l NB.. Dalhousie University, IQIOQ A.M., guhns Ilgo1i1:cinsAU1fivgrsit5f, 1919: Instructor gn Jltin, a iousie mversify. IQO'-UQ, IQI5-I : ' Meniher of the Classical Association of the Atlanta-c AStateS: off tlie gifflaeoloxgicalx Insti- tute 0 . rnericag 0 tie to age 1 rt 1' SSOCIEJ' tion: of the American Classical Leagueg Fel- , low of tllf'..'xI1'lEl"iCZlII Geographical Societyg , present pos1tmn,.192o. l , 'l "I31'g0:'1r'. .'1r'z11111f! .-l s1'llul111' IIlll.Yt not be X j rlixturlvm ," 1 1 lm 1. - Tllirty-tl11'e1? 7- L'Y:i': .4 L..-gi' i1'l"',..r.i3.If:!.."3'.-un..." ,G ,1...' for .:..,1."Q""" ' 1 ,,g ' 'rw' 'w v ' V. ,,-1,,. .1 ...f 1. 1- " R1 1 A. 'lg 'uf --45.5-, ' .' -f1.- -n, , ,.f"f' X H' - 'n ' 1 ' fx V Y, ' :J 11 ' - .nifiii 1. 1 -V 1 4 -. ' -I , 1, . if 535,21 ' 'ff 1 - , L---f-""'TfI1TllliJiA 1 1 --+-.ff-ip, . ,. 1 Aj , 55 r :ix 9.9 .j,,.-..---.L' 1 W-fc.. - Y., . 1 , A .j.-1:--jr '- t ,- , V ff: - K' gg ggi '-"iw -in ,E9 11-"F --rl'-"g'9???52 1'1 lllgf... , .1-,ag-J1..'-fr'-..1e,'-m:i:g511'i.r, -'iq' .1 1 1, --. A ' gc- ,.,. .' -'-Q 1 f - f '+l 1 , ':i,j3r1.-11.4371 ' ' ll N.-.9aL1-hgh .f L W N 1 W N ...-,..,w- ,..... ,.iL? l 1 1 l JOHN A. MUELLER STEWART, W l I' A.B., M.S. - m fb I' A, II? B 'IJ l I11st1'uct01' in liiolugy. l, A.Il., -Allegheny College, 1912gi RLS., Alle- l Y gheqy College, IQIQQ Graduate bturlent, Um- 1 1 1 vc1's1ty of PlltSlJLll'gll, 1913: Teacher, Biology X1 I and Cl1emistry, lleaver Falls High School, ' 1914-173 Granluate Work, Cornell University, ,Q l 1917: Member, .'xIllEflCZ1l1 Society of Bacteriol- l ugists: present position, 1919. I P'tCfl0Jl'l" as mln! Cy11lI11'11'.v :'irg1'11 1igl1t,"- 1 mpc. l , 1 1 1k ' l W 1 1 W 1 1 . 1. 1 1 L1 Y Mm, PAUL EMERSON HILL, lVl.S. W E A E, A X 21 S l II'lStl'lIClDl' in Cl1e111ist1'y. J Al l!.S., flllegheny College, I9l7Q XLS., .llle1 5 '1 1 gvhcngf Lolvlegve, IQISQ Menihexi of An1er1cz111 4.1161111231 bocletygg present p11s1l1o11, 1918. A I "Cl111l'J1clrq in llix tvr'tl1, II11' fo11n1.1' 1101111111 1'osc'."-1 1 Lison. I V 1 1 1 , Nil W , l lf 1- 1 ' W 1 -I ANTOINETTE CHEVRET, M.L. 1 I11st1'ucto1' in F1'e11cl1. ll ll.L., L1n1ve1-my of Cillifdflliili 11.L.. uns- . 1 J I versity of Californiag Certilicat des Etudes 1 1 1 f1':111cz1ises, University of Pzxrisg I11st1'ucto1', , 1 f ' 1 Mills College, C':1lifo1'11iag prcscnl. position, f IQID. X ,1 1 r I "Of all 11111 'lC'l7l'1lX of tongue or 1u'111 ' 1 Thx' s11dde.vt are llmse il lllfgllf l11r:'1' I7-l'L'!l. xll " -XX'l11tt1cr. r 1 JL 1 I V 1 Y 1 1 1 .1 l l 1 1 1 1 - F 1' Yillfffj'-f0III' Y ' ' 1... .1 1 7, , L 4, - W , 7,,, 1' lb- -f-""' 'i-"""""fQ7 . ,,f' vWTi': -mf . - ---El' 4 - 1 lrfg 5"""" f jg, 3'..L,a..17"'...L' 1u.."?"...l.J-.W :A-4.1-E 34,3-"','Ji3-' :'.-fS1r.L' 7.53.4 ti P- -- ,,--- --f.- - -- 1 4 J. . ,w'1.1'i'f"1- - g J-11'--Ei--J" , M 421:-V " . 1 - ' an J X'?:' iff' 1.3 I K K . i n V T 5 .ml . ,Tlx V M , Y , ... t 1- -1' - 1 . - .1-vas' 'il H1-4' t ' - .f f 1 -A ff.--.-,gm-l::1ff.:.f:f1-'ff,jfgc'-. , . .2 i, My .il YQ---A--A-- 1 1 12- -xy 1 1 t-F ' , I , 1 1 - ii, .wtvy 1-f -+ nk - -- - ff- -- 7-EER Q11 , ' .'l',j'i!ifiil-51:-M2-Q.L..'El 15 5"g5,"I W 1 ' ' 122-'5,:1,:1,'jg',. ,fn ' Wff- ff-Fw :V f 4 1 1 53.54--x fgfi' 1 X. GILES NIALLALIEU BOLLINGER, 5 ' M.S. A X P, A X E, if B K 1, Instructor in Chemistry. .' 1 1 Y IIS., .-Xllegheny College, IQZOQ BLS., Alle- gheny Collegc, 19.22. f "fl man so ubxnlute ami cirrular in all Ilioxc ' ll wished-for ru1"itie's that may take rl virgin caff- Q fiT'P.,'-NlA1l5Sl1'lgC1'. K 1 ' 11 1 1 L . W A 1 191 CLIFFORD WELD SKINNER, B.S. AXI',A2IP,fDBK,fPBfI7 Y l Y Instructor in lliulngy. Allegheny College, 1921: University of Chi- LN l cage Graduate Sclmol, 19.21 summer termg 1 ' present pusition, 1911. 1 "If'l1I1nl'gl11 knzt-nlul lwfver this err' slzuats T lil '. .al L51 H1 W N1 forth. 1 ' l l HERBERT DTCCRACKEN, B.S. ul 1 A T A I Coach of Football. ' Uqiversity of Pittsburgh, 1911: present Y,oSit1o11 as football coach, 1921: Director of . hysicalr 'l'l'FllIllI!g, U11ivcl'sity of Pittsburgh Y, M. C. .x., 1921. lr I N all . , ' Ylzwry-H1112 l lylgwlj, , ,S .iii 'T' - r Y Y Y 7' - - '-- wtf- -- --f- l.ln..i"QLQ1'.?'5"?.L.L' iTlL."j1. zlfjii .iii za.. 31. 12.5 .t.' 'W -la a'.'. 351 P! sg-z.. ,,...ML, f V. V. ,., ja - Gill, 1 F Tx .Ji Q -- l 'Yi "i1SQ'3"1 . e' V' XV 'Q' -. "1 lcvfff 5 Xe-'Crt X 1 .V . I .' .W-' V' "-TZ? V 'l - ' . A! 1-1, 4 ' 1 .gl , I 1' -' 14 K , :f:l':!4x'T3 , ' ' "Fill V . . V :ji Q' , ' - tlfl-Q-iz' f'-' ff 'Tx f.. , I .'-nf 'nfl 7, ,i.Q::g'- -'.g1.:.eL.5.Q'...-Q f ew., 4. ,. 'fi t23V3"Z'.l fl l - ' 15" 'C' ' -' "' 'N '. - .,.. - ....-... .L -sims ,.,Y.,A l. .4 . IU, - I ' 1-X TAI- 1 , Ji ' ' ,Z 'H' W1 1' , ' . .. f- H ,.. 445' ' . 1 , ' -. - - - .. f A gg'-f.::1f rf:nLrfjEl.c:'..sfu. .V - 2 1, ills., .V..g"U-' zz...a:1e... frrL:"'. f .x N , L- - . ff- f - V f g --Vzfqtnfr I'.Lj v jj E- def. . A4 1 , X ' X 'i.,,4.l-gZ -.--. 1 l L FANNY J. s. MITCHELL, B.A. X 'Q ' - Wellesley l ' Instructor of Physical Education for VVomen. LH , .l3.A., Wellesley, 19185 Motor-Mental Rhyth- 1 mms under ltzliss Alys E. Bentley, beginning ' 19191 Instructor, Winchester School, Pitts- burgh, 1918-1921. Present position, 1921. E "Scared in lzcurt and lone unn' blighted." , ,Q -Byron. , I l Q rl V NAOMI LOUISE KAYHOE, M.A. L lui fl? B K V H Instructor in French. , 1 , l3.A., X'a111lerl7ilt University, M.A., Vander- A N 1 hilt Universityg Summer Student at George A , Peaborly College, University of VVisconsin, and J French School, Middlebury Collegcg Modern Languages, Carthage College: Romance Lan- 5' l guagcs, Shurtleff College: present position. A . , 1921, V 1 l "lf in my floor zlcath fair Frnncz' may Qmvrit ,1 ' gin: me ii tlwusami lvlo1v.r,"-lleaii. and l'l. ' WI 71 V 1 it H W 1 P V' X ' 1 RICHARD F. ROWLEY 1 E A E, 'IP B K W M l Instructor in Physics. ' l Allegheny College, I92Oj Graduate Assistant 1 in Physics, 1921. . 1 . , . 1 yy l S' -4 1 4V V' l 1 1 A . 1 I kt, 1 Iii,-fy-.nf l . l -l W .....f.'.- - -J-7--f---'- ""?+"'7 !-A' : ' '-:llifri ll-,4,1.i-r- 4. -4- f Wg-1: f- - .-- -'A-rr'- W if-f J"'i'Y?' ,4j,Y Zi.:-. 3.2 QWLQALQ-.":i...is." .- if Q Y Stuhentn She sweeps in like the moon goddess, And has never studied Her lessonsg And when I Hunk 11er I feel that I am flunking Diana. I have great faith in this boy- He makes me think of mountains. Every now and then He looms in the rear of the room Like a peak in the Andesg But how would you like to teach 1 A peak in the Andes? 1 Sometimes I have nervous moments- There is a girl who looks at me strangely As much as to say, You are a young man And I am a young woman And what are you going to do about it? And I look at her as much as to say, I am going to keep the teacl1er's desk between us, my dear, As long as I can. Thirly-eight 5 ,ez fl 1: in 11' 'f-.4 ff 2.3: ii QiET", he asia: -52 -2:1 -11 er! 1: an - - fp,- W Qimiok 73? fl QZ CV -we " Y"'v r' ,A- ..-" .,"'- 1 Fe'-"-QT ' f .. b ' 1.-,. A:-v ,,.4....4,..,L 1 fxx .., C- ,454 ' imma .Q XX -, :Q ,- J 'Ia .T-'f THQ 'l'14"1' X. T,-4'f" V. f1'f' D fi? F 'QS-l . 'wi ' A Ha S, WL! M Xa' 'gf' 'V Ai N ,-gre ,f 7, ,, .Lt ,i ,Hs . - sf, t ag, : -J - .W 1 '- Q is . ,Xfwi wry , -,W is i,f,1,, u -H aw 1,43 q ' in ' cv are - .e t-Ne-M. lift .. a J., . . , ,-., ,-Jfw, Y, , , ,, , '-ff-1 -'J-rg!--IC - 9-A V l . -1-f' .H "J ' . .vnu 9' 'mf '-+"" 2 1--faq-.ff 2 44 '-l v '- r , 22- A A -' 137 K Wy- ,-nf. Lg-4-TTT-L---5--vi? --.-.-- .Y-lL...,,,,., .,, - VJ M Q. - . fl f I -. " Q fl tl-V. N'-"3"-"-'-"W----I-v----H: -'fA f-2:1--M---I---T as H We --ssh - H-M: H 1,51 'nn ,, 44,6 ia 252-QQ-1-ff - as Fm- is i iT H-i-iiiELi:3if.,C3f'f '-,-gif-9?-TEQf,?-or M . 5 if ffTg,,?5jQ," I 'll W " ,ii l , rw li i' 'T 011 f 1923 't ll ', N n l 1 N I N , ' Gbftirrrn ' fr 'L 1, President ...... . . . .......... ..... H . H. Buchanan ' X l ill Vice-President .... . ....... Mary Gealy l lqmlxl Secretary ..... .... . Alta Postance l , ,ff Treasurer ..... ............................... ..... W i lliam Krebs i I ' xlx, ' l il l , Q My QB111' flgratrrhugki Glnmnrrnm Q ' So it's really over-we are through? I , if And not half so glad as we thought to be! If 1 , 1 N . . I , i Somehow it seems more pleasant to review X ' ' :Lf 1 These last four years of ours than to decree f X M fAs was our wontj, "When I'm through school I'm--" f I i Well, was going to do many different things, it l i No doubt some of them will work out in time, I ,W Just now that sort of fancy has no wings. j V ww' ' . l if ' We hate to leave, but then we've had our day, , 'M Q! Finish it this month,-many a class V 5 H1 QU Of fair young Galahads with us will pass lx ,if '5 Out to the world-and hard work, I daresay. ii , ,Aw ,, l ' ,, ,ll 45 Our dear Allegheny-we have taught her Mi, 1' WH' if To cherish as her most darling daughter 1 'Q "fr V! The class whom she must lose in twenty-two 4' li .INm5,I Which represents 'most all that's good and true FH li1'1,:yl In education. But our time is past: fl Ml' ' We leave our honor to our Alma Mater, my HI And to her undergraduates, bombast. 'W , g , l' I rm' IJ Now we shall spread apart like wire strands , il ll When the binding cable has loosed its bands ll Q - And each life current follows its own trackg W: ' Nfl, Life must flow onward, memory may flow back. Y l L Doubtless we'll read, some sentimental day, f 1 i tl f, This Kaldron over, or our A book's trash , And our wife, with a woman's taste, will say, I 1 1, ' "There's a good-looking chap-up there-just see 'I ll li i The list of his activities! Where's he?" 1 VI fl ,. And we'll reply: "Oh, l1e's all gone to smash: 1 Q ll Went bankrupt in some crooked kind of deal. 5 'X Mg lj That fellow there? He was a handsome bird, x VI Big man in college too-and a real 2 , WJ 1' 1' Devil with the women. I've never heard YI Much of him sinceg teaches, I think, somewhere. Q 'l 1 ' 1 ' , -'Hg ,I ' ly! " H1 ' V Forty-om. 'JN li-...U s :ref e :H gg, Lee- e W i M ' . 'i'r1'2'..,..,f..1v1-..e11'1:..,:f1n.i"a.zf.azs'.ri1.z,. ,. 4 aa. l lm, .E-if-4 - 71:37 ' -- -Q Yfgi fili Y-Y , ,Ag L-,l, : jiTiW' I' arty-tzco I 11ever liked that one-Dumb-looking? Yes. I blackballed him because he kept his hair Half combed. He's rich now. Some lucky guess On the stock market, I suppose. And there Is good old B-. Bless his homely map! He stood beside me in the poster scrap, I remember: and roomed with me two years. He studied law but couldn't make it go, Is drilling oil now in Idaho. A This homely fellow here with the big ears Has made a name now-Yes, that's him-J. L. He's famousg I never knew him very well, He wasn't noticed much. There's a good head. He made good in school and since-he was white. And there's a fellow we all thought could write, He's writing yet on some country paper. This girl's a missionary. This one's dead. Huh, that duck there pulled a funny caper By putting Seidlitz powder in the soup At Coch-Gracious, has that child got the croup? So we shall pass along and lose or win Fat contracts at Fortune's call for sealed bids, Re-live our faded day-dreams in the kids, And muse a bit on what we might have been.. ,.,-1, -1 J,.-,'-.N ,- -V r-- -ry .f 'I' T1 f-,TE 13" .uggjgg 4.4 Q, 35.4 'Q 71.1 :LL - .. Wi... , .1 fl, f -1 2- L 1 , . A 1 il' 7 fi K nh' 'I 1 lil' ll 'sa L w is FF IT5 km 'gl 5,1 gi Ll 'fi ,,.4r" -. an ,- f-'x MARJORIE CHRISTINE ABBOTT, A.B. A X S2 Minneapolis, Minn. Minneapolis High School "nl living Lnruriilvle of lo:'1:'.f .sweet dream," Vice President Class. 1: Twentieth Cen- tury Club, ,, 42 Student Government, 3, 4, CVice President, 43, Le Petit Salon, 3, 4, M. N. S., 3, 4. "Marge" hails from the "wild and Wooly west," which perhaps accounts for her ener- getic capacity for getting things done. As Vice President of Student Government she helped bear the burdens of Hulings during the Dean's illness. But amid it all she still Finds time to take those long rambles where "two's company, three's a crowd." Hap- pily, Marge is one of those modern girls who does not hclieve that education is wasted in domestic life. ROGER LEE BALDWIN, B.S. 11, K iif, A X E Washington, D. C. Eastern High School, Washington, D. C. Con.vvq.'tnl' qnmirllnquc fictiti. Football, 2, 3, 4, CCaptain, 433 Basketball, 2, 3, lllock A, 2, 3. 4: lluzer Du, 3, 4, lPresident, 45. Forced to leave school last year on account of a serious injury received on the gridiron, Roger returned to graduate with the Class of 322. llis clauntless courage wrought mira' cles in all his activities and it is little wonder that the lady from wonderland is particularly fond of that species of apples known as Bald- XYIHS. MARY KATHRYN BARNES, A.B. Toledo, Ohio. Scott High, Toledo Ohio Wesleyan "'7'ix nilml I lore fIz'tz'rniincs lion' I In-im," +Gcorge Eliot. Klee-O-Klc-ct, 3, 4, CCast, 35: M. N. S., 3, 4. Ufliarmantc, petite."--those are the adiec- tives that describe Mary K. Her Senior dig- nity is conspicuous by its absence, but skipping her junior year mav he responsible for this. She certainly has won hearts at Allegheny- especially the heart of one whose jewelled pin XVE expect to SVC SOON. Forty-three ..,,',,,..--..p..,..,,,,,J., ,,1,-,,,-..,v '-Q." 'J 'ill 1-?..'l' T7 if 'I L." 5.1 CT 5,12 -I 3....'1.f'+ -if 's..g ...r f.. Ui-L u.R'i-F' - 1' 5 K -..,4.J, , I 'Alf ' . r, :.",,5'1.g,,'LYY- Y Y I 1 .Ab if 4 f JCE" r xxiifqb ,. Xxx 'Ai ..L I N I, 4. Lrg, . Q, I .Jr-. ,S il' ' -4 -.3f:A.fFWf" H3--I vi 1 -i',ijp,:e I , - -.AQs..4... S " . -:qt ff:-i .f i A 1 1-2+-A A-- e . .fi . on i A f.eS5e.-Jzg .f+1ofs'r'Qlf l Tv-, 'H ll lille---5' ' can . N 4 ' . "fl: jx, ,455 Tl ' ' i A i . Q lfifisrusliip i W F1 l 'V' W V Y A T A 7,7 '?:-M it .Jr ,,,,,v v- 1 W ALFRED WESLEY BEATTIE, Bs. B T Sharon, Pa. l DQ tl P4 A I fr 1 l l ti ,rl l 1 E' A l l for i 'N ! L E l i , V1 III 4 .fi Sharon High School A Allzlnizinri is no cure for love.-Stott, Tingley lliology Club, 32 Track Team, 3. Here a future doctor who believes in co-education. "Al" completed his work at Allegheny last year and returns to graduate with his class. VVhcn here, he spent most of his time between Alslen and Hulings, and just to show what college may do for a man, be. has not only successfully taught school this past year but has succeeded in tying him- self up in holy matrimony. ALBERT J. BENDER, A.B. A 'I' A Meadville, Pa. Mead-ville High School "Harte is of the llL'I'fl."-li0l'Zlll. Yarsitv Track, 1, 2, 3, 4, CCaptain, 43: Block "A" C'lub,Ar, 2, 3, 4, fSecretary-Trcass urer, 41: Modern Problems, 4. XVitb his curly locks "Al" has been thrilling the co-eds during his course at Alleghe, We knovy -he has thrilled one young ladiy and wc suspicion all the rcst. llc is a hurcler, of no mean ability and has been a mainstav in this department on the cincler track. Since he has taken courses in nearly every department of the .College it is a zlilhcult matter to make PliCfllCtl0l'll?: but he cloes have a "broad minded cc ucatiun. WALTER WEAVER iBIN'GAMAN, A.B. - -in A K Latrobe, Pa. Latrobe High School , "Let me luwc man about me tlmt are fat," -Julius Caesar. X Modern Problems Club, 3, 4, Canrpus ,ll l Staff, 32 Men's Senate. 43 Circulation ivan- 1 ager of Publications, 45 Ilistory and Political l , Science Clubg Chairman XV. U. ll. Decoration COl'llll'llfI9C', 4. "Bing" found the Held for his peculiar tal- ents too limited at Dickinson College and blew 4 in here last year to reorganize publications and " clean up all thc graft in school as well as l wipe out the pseudo-Tannnany political circles, 1 A Like radium he literally showers cncr y all about him, but unlike raclium Bing 5:oesn't .i seem to disintegrate while doing it. Literally l, , ' bustling with business, lling has bustlerluso well I that even Doc Bill admits that lling is some ii' i' little hustler. Ii il' ll . . l'l Fortyffour i ,K l-v Y YY-, ,- Afi- Yi. --f Y -L-?,ni'j" Tl"'11'- ' l W 'L Y "+I4 " 'vnfw 'f' 4 ' r'-wq'3- 31"3"""Y.f"'fT""J l lz..',3'.Z.a....4'?i"..EL1...."3l.4.':l..".:S.s.l"21' y ' .34 "'rff'fiL s 'R Li,-I - - f-fe - vs. - - at 1-'f -'E Q- -1, '-, -. ,. . .-' A ve ini" ,fs . 1' 1 I ,,',4fi?f3""'34'.11-Qgxz-. ."' , , - . ,A .I ., x . . ,I x,v. .I V1 'Sv w -ff ',' 1 P X'Q':QI'- 5 , - 'el R ' A -: J s ' X75 Lis!!! ig '-23-X ,V .41 A , 'T' , f 1' . . A ,1,ff,z,ff- , , 1 - -4 . ' ,N . . V. ' ' 'nf ' 1' .' - ,' f'e.-1--.e ' 1,922--3. 'iff T311 . -iff Q - - 1 L?-'j 7 -- ' r"11'.is,v iw, fi Vs., ZA. , Q3-W 'men ff' ,f-gg - - VT ,,,.. X. ,, ,nl .Ke 115- k'i3'o.J.-'L !'L1I, f-,K - ' in -f., 53- 1it.'l-L'-T-.K 1.4 2-"E. J'i1'c1 it -s ' -. .im e, - gr- . 2 --.. . --1 L.,- ' .4 4 llll Fi li Mi V L 1 'l til i,"f fi l 1 r H ,L 14 ll ll l .Q ll : i . 1 , A l T ,,,TTfgf,f'4"i'i-""-1'?-M'--"- 1 l it ,lv "'lf-,', 514- sp4'1L W i :.",HlL-isa: . GEORGE L. BIRD B.S. , l 4, 1' A, A K Meadville, Pa. Meadiville High School Hutton Society, 2, 3, 4g Quill Club, 3, 4, tPresident, J, History and Political Science Club, 3, 42 ilfanipus Staff, 1, 2, 3, 4, CAssoci- ate Editor, 433 Kaldron Staff, 3, 4, CArt Edi- tor, 453 Literary Monthly, 2, 3, 4, Cliditor, 4,1 Publications lloard, 4. The task of getting the Lit out on time is responsible for the slightly melancholy stamp upon the otherwise handsome features of the young man at the left. Without it one can easily discern a likeness to Edgar Allen Poe, and David lielasco, with perhaps a trace of 'David Griliith. llis devotion to literary pursuits is certainly amazing, even the girls do not compete, It is true that sometimes along about May when the birds sing, the flowers spring, and the lovers cling, George occasion- ally takes one of them up the Cussie but, as far as we can sec, neither to spring, sing, or cling, but merely for exercise or perhaps to discuss a story's plot. JOHN CARAWAY BIRD, B.S. fb 1' A, A K Meadville, Pa. Francisco, Ind., High :School Dutton Society, 2, 3, 41 Quill Club, 2, 3, 42 Biology Llub, 41 Literary Monthlv Staff, 2, 3, 4, Cklanager, 3: Managing Editor, 35: Kaldron, 3, 4, CCU-liditor-in-Cliief, 453 Publi- cations lloard, 4, Inner Circle, 3. Genius itself could not condense a really representative sketch of this young man in the limits of a Senior write-up, we doubt if the English language would prove equal to the taskg probably all its defective verbs would buckle under the strain and a grievous short- age of exelamatory adjectives would become apparent. May we say that he is an enthusi- ast, a faddist, an energist, a humorist, an impersonalist, a cosmopolite, and a number of other things he ond our comprehension and, we judge, largeiy beyond his own. However, we must admit that he makes 'em sound plaus- ible. Another year the professors will surely miss his cheerful air of limitless intelligence and his ready. if somewhat irrelevant. answers. His was the hrain behind the typewriter which edited this book, we will say, rather than the usual thing about tireless energy and indomit- able resolve. GUY C. BITTNER, B.S. 'IP I' A, A X E Varsity Track. 1, 2, 3: Tennis, 1. 2, 3, 4, fCaptain and Manager, 43, Block "A" Club, 2, 3, 42 Class llasketball. 1. 2. 3- 4, fCaptain. 2, 43: Penn Relay Carnival Team, 31 Basket- ball Squad, 4. Like the Village Blacksmith, Guy finishes the same evening or, with him, often hy s o'clock, what he started in thc morning. There are just two times when he likes to take nice, quiet, long, slow walksgone on an evening when he has just enualezl a college record on the cinder track and the other on an evening when no track meet has been held. Forty-five 1 ,P'v'.,3'f 1' 'WI1 if' 31L"'3",g,3I :AEK E31 :f.liQ M3-"f 1'-23-5 341.15 41. 4s-z.. , . Q",:y-il..sfi riff 1 ' '- , Q. L-if --yi, w -sf' - s 5'-.. . .L f -"J, .- . ff" Q i , I I' , . .A , ' i A fr. .. ' ' 1. .if 'li' , Fir..-, 1. 7 .4.gi+ iw ...-.,.- ,i . gn., ,. ' .L ,, . lf. .3 i.. . . 4 ,.. ...., .7 ,K . -'-, P 3 . ,- ' ,, . Y , 3:3 . 0- ' I ' -Q -g - ----:------A. f -- Y.. ' i'P1T-F35-zsr.2e.s:f-'.f i"'..+n' ' . E' IM.. f: ,. ,E f,ef..'E..'EZE1 ' -' t t ., N YI -- 7- - - f - Q,-.1 L ,, ,-, - YY 'Q . l - " :1-1-fit- -Q ' A or or as - or gf! .3 N l ' ., ixryl.. iff,-.12-'L ,l ri ,. 4 5-11-we-e .at ., , of-"' 1 l 'l l N l LUCILE MILNDRMD -BLY, A.B. l , K A 0 l : 4 Jamestown, N. Y. y L Q Jamestown High School -, , "l'l"1ierr: is any rzutlzor in the world l 3 fl Yeurlzcs sud: beauty as u 'wonmnlr nyc?" fLovc's Lahour's Lost. l' t, M, N. s., 4. , l N Lucile may be quiet, yet do not be deceived l ' l , P l by her gentle manner, for sometimes-yuu'd l 1 ' A be surprised. That far-away look and dreamy ,I N smile seem to indicate that her heart is some- l i where else-and perhaps it is, who can tell? ' ' ' Lucilc has philosophical tendencies, too, and . that accounts for her wisdom, and the under- I standing and sympathy she gives her friends. l, 5 l l' l l l Hi GEORGE BOOTH, B1S. 1 " PIAE,AXE,fPB4i1 1 l Pittsburgh, Pa. , ' Charleroi High School , l l ":11m' thus he bore 'N'l.fIl0Ill abuse. the gram! rl ' ll ,xi old mime of gB1lfIl?lHUI1.U-'IQEIIIIJ5011, l., l Basketball Manager, 4, Secretary of Stud' V fx ent Senate, '43 President of junior Class, 3: iq Junior Prom Committee, 32 Tingley Biological . Club, 3, 42 Athletic Iloard, 4. ' 4 Booth knows the Hall of Chemistry so well A that he is often found advising Dr. Lee as 1 l l to the whereabouts of some of the lecture rooms. As Basketball Manager, he has dem- i ' onstrated his business ability. The story is ll J often told that George will take graduate l" ' ' work at VVestininster College next year, liooth 1 Lvl will make an admirable physician because of l his natural biological tem encies. George has r always been a loyal supporter of the Pitt I athletic policy for which reason he fell down ii to a "ll" in several of his Chemistry courses. l l Booth will die a great man with very, very rf few worldly goods, we fear. P MAURLCE J. BREVOORT, Bs. , i CIP A K I Sinclairville, N. Y. - . Sinclairville High School ' "Lore is uI,' and Drzztlz Lv nought-" ' 'l 5 -Browning. - I Block "A" Club, 3, 45 lfutton Society of l ' Applied Science, 2, 3. 4: Wrestling, 2, 3, 42 ,. , l Track, 2, 31 Cross Country, 3. X i' Maurice is a type that-one must know iln l I order to understand. llis chief pasti-ine .is -r working Math and he takes great pride in ' showing his ability to-the underclassmen, A part of his time, however, is devoted to i N wrestling, and his ability along this line should X , ' make him handy about the house for he cer- , tainly can use the t'scissurs." 'M f lf 1 l v ,L r Ii l A at fi, lx! N ' ll i l"m't,i'-.vim ll i .. i ji ll lL j sfo ij wifi j Wfrf "15"' ff""-'71, 'flu'-" 3-15 - f if-QP' .sL.3IJ:.5li'.3ln.' 3.4.3.1 3. 4.1-1.5 .i.".7.4,z..' -E., -15.41 '5r'1..", 74 SL 3.4 L. ag-1. .1 .t55m?d' ' i' f ' ' f 777' Lf-5--f " if f va-' -f "ff effff-flue: f Ye , " f4 il, i l ill i i 1 me 1 1' ' X-L . w ,ti - X A X, 1. t ' f l s ' f .s f. 22- ,""7 ' ' . 'ff' . 'K' - s.- ' . X . 4 . -X . f ,qrf ' NFA, . l, i fa i 1 1 I , at . 1. ,. X, , LX 1" A 1 13 f"'I Ps '1 - -X' "F: ., , i , 1. - , A- . , ag.: Y H' - H r ,........:.,.1Il,.'L...a..-...J....:.1 -.,., ,A . mei.: .i-c,ff4.i-. -5 I , .Tr I F X A-A, Q. 't:'.... .-.Q i' I .. .. . ,...,S..g.-:. -- --4 -f-4----es-'H -- -- --A ---A- f---N.,-Rfi 5, X ' ' X f""'X 'A ' A . f .Haig ,,QLA:f- ---- - - - We -ve fi fl K if ' , X , A ,' 'QUF-Y T- ipsf"'g .4 -X H 'X-lla. -3 M5 gy y iv : 1 X 's. . 4. ' 2 - ff- - if . , , l - 7 ' 7" 7-.' 'f:-"Q s' " "" 'ffkv' "' " ' ' ' l i 'x,.,"f.e3f H f'f',,.'LpiV',- ' X XX Yqgi-LW, , ll li il " i- 3.1" L ' AiA'gfTlil-l-iT?'l ii' AX! i i X ,- ii 'U X WINIFREID ICLARE BRITTON, A.B. K K I' Irwin, Pa. til yi X 'Braeburn High School l i "The c'.r.rcm.'1: oflfricmhrlzifv is eutiremrss, ri . total lllflgllfllllilllfj' and trn:I."-Emerson. X4iX NVoman's Senate, 3,. 4, Twentietli Century X Xi Cluh, 3, 4: History Cluh, 3, 4. L W X WVinnie is a girl who plays at dual role- 'X , that of a carefree school girl in the morning, I ,X . and that of ci serious minded uSCll0Ol'lIlEll'lllH I X in the afternoon, Her funsloving disposition I 1 and untiring enthusiasm have won her many X i'X X' friends among both town and college people. 'f Her history and economics course have cer- tainly fitted her to hecome a leading-sulfrzv " gette, but we are afraid that this training has i X all been in vain. I I i X , l l' l i it , i i v ' ' MARGUERITE CAMERON BROWN i X B.-S. i X 1 2 T 2 A l 4 I' Edgewood, Pa. i M i Z7 Jamestown -High School X , , "Nc:'vr' idle a moment. but thrifty and ly X tlzonglztful of otliursf' , 1 Eaglesmei-Q Club, 3, 45 Biology Club, 4: M. 4 N. s., 4, Girls, ,xfiiieuc ismmi, 2, X Q 3, QTreasurer, 31. Xl i ' ' Marguerite has the friendly manner with i 5 the friendly smile-especially for the Fresh- r ' man stranger. Her thoughts, her time, and her -X . 1 worries are usually for others. She has dili- LVI Q gently mastered the Electronic Hypothesis, the hahits: of the jelly-fish, and the Laws of Gravi- 4 tation. , ri MARTVHA PRISCILLA BROWN, A.B. X . K A 9 , Tionesta, Pa. X P Tiouesta High School i "A :Inv for tail, an Izo-ur for .rliorl. ' 'il But for ir friend is lift' tau- xliorI,"' ' i -lxinerson. l 'I Campus Stal'f,'3, 4, fI'Illll'lOl' Editor, til: , Kaldron Board, 3, 4, C.'Xssistant Editor, 43: ' l Twentietli Century Cluh, 2, 3, 41 Le Petit , Salon, 4: Quill Club, 3, 43 French Club Cast, 4: Class Vlfashington Birthday llanquet Com- mittee, 3: Athletic Board, 2, 3: M. ll, 4. Martha used to say that she was going tu l X be a lawyer, hut something or someone has k' changed her mind. Popular and capable- 9 i Martha has pursued her college course, for X , although she frequently fsteps out," never- 1 , theless she has the ability to "put things ll i X ' through." She. has a deliuhtful sense of i" humor too, which her friends consider one if i of her chief charms. X l. , X M M -,VA4 H X1 . 1, X ' l'40l'fj'-.YL"i'L'l! I i i AY in V, f- . ,,,-FLQu.4..l ' l lil-'-7 ' - -:-1 l-TQ "3'--- --ll-4 1' C f f W ' 1 'LTTT' 1 H" ' Y l 7' LCA. 'W"'i'L..L7g..,L1."W"" ,'lJ':Tg.x.n. 'W 1,4'Q!." , i XLi,iY1,i3Yf Y, T-iw ,. A Vs- 1: V .?.. - H iv, x w Y - -rx YA, "Q 1-if-F. . '- -X .. . . fi-sage i x V, f-sei? 1' i -.,.. 'uv , , 1 4 L C ' -,Lu I -VH f x - il " es" 'A . . . l :- r . , tl - .11 VA., Villa 3- 5 iv- . --.- V C - ' 'P' n .- I I ' Y atv--v'i1 - V HUGH HENRY BUCHANAN fI11'A,AEP,AK Hastings, Nebr. Edinboro State Normal School. "H"l1cl1 the 'world grorucls at my feet. than .vlmll I bc content." .Campus Staff, 2, 3, 4, CEditor-in-Chief, 43, Literary Moiitl1ly, 2, 3, 4Q Y. M. C. A. Cabi- net, 4, Quill Club, 3, 45 French Club, fplfly Manager, 47: Modern Problems 3, 4, fViee President, 45: Craft Club, 2, 3, 45 Duzer Du, 2, 3, 4, CCast, 2, Vice Presi- dent, 41: Senior Class President, 4, Wake- field Oratorical Contest, 2, 3, 4, tVVinner, 33: Philo Franklin Oratorical Contest, 2, f3l'Cl placelg Publications Board, 4, Delegate to Princeton Limitations of Arniament Confer- ence. 45 Washington Birthday Speaker, 3, Ladder Orator, 35 Civic League Oratorical Contest, Vlhasbington, Pa., 3. "Hugh" started his college career as a "line"-private in the S. A. T. C., but was soon made a sergeant, and has kept up the good work until he is now President of the Senior Class. His activities, listed above, speak for them- selves, and the "Campus," both last year and this year, is the product of his hands. 3, 4. Club, GLENN RAY BUSHYAGER, B.S. B T Jeanette, Pa. Norwin, Pa., High School "Thou url n .Yt'l10IHl'.,l-LCIllgfB.'10ii', Modern Problems Club, 3, 4, Student Sen- ate, 2, Philo Franklin Oratorical Contest, 25 lixternporaneous Speaking Contest, 3, 45 Grad- uate Assistant in Physics, 4. Studious! NVe'll say so. "Bush" is one of those rare "A" men on whom the profs de- light to shower high marks. Not that he docsn't deserve them, though, for he studies while the rest of ns play. And the strange part of it is that he Ends time for other things, for he has a reputation as an orator, which "rep" he acquired while a senator in his Sophomore year. This year he is gradu- ate assistant in Physics, which is not any easier a job than it sounds. Wfhelher he be- comes a "math prof" or "physics prof" he is sure to succeed, and we wish him well. SIDNEY H. CARLSON, B.S. '-IP 1' A Lakewood, N. Y. Lakewood High School "l nm, rf'.rol1'ca' to grozv fat and look young 'fill fvr!3'."-Dryden, Glee Club, i, 2, 3, 4, CLeader. 33, D. S. .-X. S,,'3, 4, 'Fingley lliological Club, 4, Tho- burn Club, 1, 2, 3, 4q'Y, C. A. Cabinet. tVice-President? 3: Duzer Du Cast. 3: Senior- Sophomore Banquet Speaker, 2: Chapel Choir, 1, 2, 3, 4,-C1355 Treasurer, 2. 0verHowing with impulsive exuberance, quick sympathy for the other fellow. a smile as efficient as French doors. and lreing quick on the drop, "Sid" has a record for shaking every visitor's hand in four years, Inherit- ing a yearning to sing from early Scandinav' ian lisherfolk. he has consistently joined quar- tets, pure and mixed strains, and you may safely assume that the high tenor you heard in those serenades belonged to Sid, Fa 5 L in 3 E ,l ..b' 7 L. td 3 1 Vs r M ful :ffl 1 7 tl 'l Tr 1 4 1 .1131 7 - e::"-. 74 ' '- + JI il, gf., rsifyj-,-QTL-wt gig' -12 311' Pfra-" 'IQ:a"",,L-5' Q." 3'.JJ'1'5"u.-ig", A, 1 P4 L. . 'Q--71 4.qI35vlriff?E11T3c r.-f 'ss-. ., . 'H ...pref f ' in 4' fi 4 l ' ,f Ig v.,:Q.. chi' -t , . ,X f ' i ' I JL . ,fly 1 ",.gi 3 - I " ,L-.V ii? i " 12 1 . . il T' i -gm-lx s ' . -U1 . . . i"'1.-- tnvfgzf. . . ' t. - 1,c.-...1. --. .QL.Li.'kle-. f 'fi if ff' ,. 4 .-. - f. V - . . 4. -sc f,, iiilik, . . l ' lf h- A - , ,. 4,52 Zi 's - ju-T-.,w4i. J ' --. -'--. -- 4- f -- 1 V' .. ,,s. c . . -'Q x, - 'TT' r-:ls gi Q1 r Y . :wil-V-Fi., ' i Ti X 4 4 ,Q F.: V. W1 fi l -i . -, A. fn- -- . ' 'l l H l ' XVILLIAM ALBERT CHALLENER., I i i 4 ' i fl? I' A A L "fl nulvlc emulation lreufs your brea.vt." 1 Mlhyden. , 4 llistorv and Political Science Club, 41 Mod' , ern Problems, 3, 43 Glce Clnh, 41 Mandolin ' 'l 4 L i Club, 3. "Hill" came to college with three determina- tions, to win thc S. .-X. T. C. war, to perfect I , his technique on the mandolin, and to win , i a college woman for his own. The war is 1 ' long since won, llill is an accomplished man- i clolinist, and his pin is gone. Coulcl more be il, . said of any man than that he had accomplished I, his purpose? .Xccordintz to Hoyle., Madame I 1 Grundy, and our Standards of College Eti- l quette Bill is without Flaws, No rough spots i remain. Suntlav Dinner Guests are unani- ' moms in their admiration nf his easy grace. ,' L honhumie, :mil impartiality in carving chicken. li i l B1 i i . i W I . . i. 4 ii A , i EMILY MARIE CHARLTON, A.B. i Y" KA9,fI1BK 1 l 1 ' f"'X I Meadville, Pa. I X 1 Meadville High 'School - u, 5 . "I'lmrf to roncciwc. the lllltffllitfllldlillg' lo' rli- "' i i l -l Fl li g rect, or Illc lmnrl to L'.l'C'L'lIfL'.',"':l'l.1I1ll1S, Y. VV. C. A. Cabinet, 4: Le Petit Salon, 3. 4. fPresirlc-nt, 47, Twentieth Century Club, ' 2, 3, 4: Klee-O-Kleet, 2, 1, 4, CCast, 233 Glee Club, i, 2, 3, 4: Class Speaker, Moving Up Day, 21 Secretary Oratorical Association, 3. . 4: llistory Club, 3, 45 French Play Cast, 4. l Just look at hcr list of vnrierl activities 5' and you will that Marie never has an irlle moment. She has done a little of everything li from being n.Prof. in summer school to I getting a Phi Beta Kappa key. She says ,, she is goinq to he a school teacher, but we ,-' think her life will he a Fuller one. , -1 i i l LORNA VARENE COLLINS A.B. " V T V Y F Centerville, Pa. Erlinboro Normal School N "Dorf sighted in 1'1:1clligc'm'v.''-Butter. 'Fwenticth Century Llub, 3, 4: Le Petit Salon, 43 l'rcnch Play Cast, 4: M. N. S., 3, 4, l Varene with "sunshiny tresscs" is one of the i few who have received her sheepskin at thc end nf the thiilil year and with it her share ' of JVS, also. bhe is an assistant in the phil- l oshophy rlepzirtment, but with all her worlc she ,W i still Fnils time to make frienrls :mil to enjoy I tx herself. i i iq .u A --' Y' Y ' Y ' l X' 'il Forty-nine .QL Y L, xg Y A V ,452 ., li' 1 .1-Q..1.'ZaT 1-..,.-v41w:.t5..o LZ 1 -11: -1-p -:su H1-,.."yi2:zaf-.1 ... L., I ..,? , l " - . S -. 4. i A ,jiggj-f:'L-fnlm?I15.' -t ,na W . , C 4- ' 1- i-iff' f 1372-. . P l ' If' if ilk ,hr ALAN A.: yv Lt: y ' ' 5 Jkt x . , J-ilfffi'-5' .-.' 'L' ' 1 - ' 1 us..- "Q, , ve: J...-....l- .... - - '.11"5l-Nil. if -if ,'fsF"' 'Q V ' ' -. V . , , We ,.., - ,AE . 1' " pn . . i Y Q, 0 V V. It .. ... Q - , ,e '- ,f if-A-I--QT ?",lL57i'4i'yyi,y, -- if! lu U v ,i: C-l.QLWf --C-lyggffi li, ' , ' oi' ' i i e e :A lie? . H gp--J: xl ri, -p- i m ieMeo'+-we e+sf:- g l I ,Q-4' 5 ,T 4 Ei JOHN SIDNEY coNRoE, Bs. fbitiif 'fi Cambridge Springs, Pa. r V-A Cambridge Springs High School ' 'E .fluima et fide. ig .35 Dutton Society of Applied Science, 3, 4. L4 l Coming to us from St. Bonaventure tg com- ,ie ,'- plete his last two year's work is perhaps the l, . reason why more activities are not written by in his honor. John is an unobtrusive sort it lf! that is bound to go far in the world, This lf .,V is proven by the act thatyone of his dearest qi lr' i friends, at present, is a "King," 11 .if . 5 ., y V , ,. l ,il 'ai 5 yi- OWEN MONTAGUE CORNELL, B.S. ' y ...1 l 2: A E, A X 2: 5,1 Wattsburg, Pa. H, A wansburg High School Li "1 1 "Indu'd ufitlz .sanctity of reason."-Milton. lg, " I4 Vice Presidents Craft Club, 45 Tingley liiol- 'A i -' ogy Clulzg College Band, 3. 'ri 1 f-'x "lJoze," one of the most indomitable spirits i ' g of the class, has proved himself an efhcient K. X . V E and 'worthy student and a faithful follower is 4 ' of Sherwood Eddy. This semester he has, .J been' badly smitten by the Texas fever N , but nevertheless he keeps up his spirit by 11' fly F singing "carols," Although proved color blind h . by Dr, Henke's unfailing test he has an eye A ', for spring's colors. He has been a faithful follower of Miss Hulings but has always If ,. placed work before pleasure. He is from t lfVattsburg and has shot many a paltridge in M Q, his back yarrl. 3 i Q wa". 4 lil ifj SARA ELEANOR COULTER, A.B. M F ..1 rg! A I' A 1' fl Butler, Pa. V. ,Zi Butler High School 1' . ' ".-ls dainly as a 'ltl0UlI'll1lltI' flower." 'l -VVorrlsworth. fa l 'A Class Vice President, 22 Tingley Biological 'A ' Club, 3, 4, CSe':retary-T1'casurer, 435 lxlee-O- 5? if Kleet, 2, 3, 4, CCast, 2, 31, Twentlethhfen- F' tury Club, 3, 45 Nl, N.VS., 3, 4, cPl'ESlClEYlt, is W 49: Athletic lioarrl, 3, LSecretaryJ: lfVornen's f F' Senate, 4, CSccretary-Trcasurer, 43, llistory , i W and Political Science Club, 4. ' P4 You never see Sally anywhere around this l campus that she isn't just going to a com- l K mittee meeting. She is a very capable and , 5 , busy person, and though she says she is going ' .4 to work in laboratory all her life she ought L ' 1 to turn farmer: anyway she knows how to 1 l pl cultivate the Fields. ,F rv X' f W L., -e e- --i- --A-as -ere -e--W ,p-J . , I In V mm ,N gy yy yy yy yyyy, yy yy.vy-yyyyy y . WS.. 21 E 51 ,1'y?.'1"""1L.1-lo-g..""J'.Z.1. 'fy 'J ff., fx "f.43"-'rff if p v. i-igwrm-ig--A F -5? .y--ag.-,-1..--..-- W, A-.. A..- , -.,., -. Y ..,. 17, A .2444 if- - Ars... 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St, Cecilia Club, 3, 45 lirench Club, 43 Class- ical Club, 4. llucky with her, "I'll put a tin ear on you," and, "I oncc shot a man for than," surely has realized the joy of college life and has made lots of friends. She sa s she is going lo keep house for "Brother Bill" but we rath- er doubt the truth of the last statement. Then tht-re are rumors of a trip Wiest. lit cetera. LYNN CULBERTSON DUNDON, B.S. 4: 1' A, fb B fb ' Edinboro, Pa. Edinboro High 'School Edinboro State Normal "Bur if it br n sin to covet honor, I am the most olTcnding soul alive."-Shakespeare. Varsity Football, 3. 4: Block "A" Club, 3, 2: Craft Club, 3, 42 Tingley Biology Clulx, 45 'ollege Band, 2, 33 Student Senate, 4, tTreas- urerl. "All that hangs on the bell cord belongs to the company. If wit and punning are marks of intellect, then "Red" should he wearinfz one of those "pancake turnersf' liis chief activity outside of study, however, is to see how many times he can ride to and from Edin- horo in the course of a week. He was goin! into the movies and "then alone came Ruth." Someone said he belonged to T. N. but what great man is not foully calumniaterl by his contemporaries. A born organizer, Lynn will organize nnvthing from Sentic Tank Sales Companies to Camps for the Rejuvenation of Run-flown lluy Scouts, MARIAN DUSENBERRY, A.B. K K I' Conneaut, O. Conneaut High School HIIIIHIUI' has justly Imcn rcgurdcrl as the fin- vxl f'Cf'ft'L'1l0l1 of fiovfit' STEll1"l.Y.,--ClII',-l'l0. l.e Petit Salon, 4: M. N. S., 4, l7usy's extreme :mlipznhy to mice :md men has often put her in the limelight of third tlnor rear. Many false alarms should have convinced her that "thc best laid schemes 0' mice and men, gang aft atfleyf' but Uusy still prefers the table to thc floor when suspicious sounds are heard in thc waste basket. It is small wonder. however, that Dusv is zi minia- ture Pied Piper for she had a talent for enter- tainment far heyoncl our poor power to add or detract, llulings will he stranfrely quit-t when Dusy leaves to waste her talents in a school house. M t it t , tee , .flhljT+i4i.-, '-if g' 1 f- ----V -- , - --ff--V-:Q-if P t,'1f:-5.54313-5 .aging-.v'rzH2.1:zi.'.1"".-. 4: i....H-5'?2-...,.nl-'1-G'- ,tri ...Q 55723 . .-J-v1."11fif-e.'fsT..e.1'w'.?""f'-' L..f-f l ' ' . Ji., . l v l l i li 1, t . - . I ,I H , ,, .. .. ...Q M .. at fi 4 l E' ' .t--, - ' 2: ' '-.. .or v- - , . '75-IA, ' A., H,- '9l,AA. . , Nf' , L' ' , ,, V , -r'--r .1 '1 a r r- K iii' ' i ful: 1 , ' , , , V 1 ,ay 3 I , 4.4 l ii i ul s. x , 4 -N . .I ls, Q ,':'lgf,,tol:g1:'L, - - - f Wi if H ,1.1 ... - 4 A , -,W 1, --1--, f - L M . . .14 ' .o 1, - HAMBLEN COWLEY EATON, B.S. A X P, A X 21 Warren, Pa. Warren High School The idle singer of un mnjlty tiny."-VV, Morris. my College Movie Operator, 1, .zg Y. M. C. A. f Cabinet, 2, 'Q5ecretaryJ, Student Senate, 'N 3, 4, fPresirlent, 45. .li As president of the Senate, Ilam has had to help shoulder the perplcxities of college life. While this XN'arren representative has had litile ,time even for eatin', he has man- L aged to give some time to relieving the nm- ' nntony .of Hulinvs Hall life. VN-hen Ham fi would ring the well-worn-bell, he pursued. a f career of spectacular' Variety. llis attention ', has been divided between the Chem and Bugs 'L , buildings, hut it's a safe bet that his scientihc N turn of mind will serve him well in either field. H Y MILDRED FRANCES ELLIS, A.B. A X S2 Meadville, Pa. Y Meadville High School A 'i.S0lllL'fillllJ,f I lvluyvd for much. sunmiiurcx for p' little. lmt always fair, Monsieur, always fair."-Tarkington. Klee-O-Kleet Club, 3, 4, .CCast, :Pg St. Cecelia, 3, 4, f.iJ,l'CSlfiC!lf, 41. ' Sometimes lliildreds car has said "Dodge, It llrothers. Dodge!" but much more often it has invited us to ridc and rest. NVQ will I4 never forget her as Monsieur lleaucaire-a rendition that would have made him turn ki' green with envy had he seen it. Neither will N we forget her impromptu recitations and the pi friendship that she has offered us. hh Q ELOUISE FINK, AB. A X Q l Cambridge Springs, Pa. i Cambridge. Springs High School "I nm prozzd to tv!! you that this ix the Indy , 'wlmln I IIli0I'L',u?BZll'YlC. Glee Club. 2, 3, 4, CAssistant Manager, 3: Manager, .ilg St. Cecelia Club, 2, 3, 4g Le Petit Salon, 3, 4, C'l'reasurcr, 45: Y. VV. Lf, A A. Cabinet. 31 'l'wcntiet,h Centurv Club, 4: , Biology Club, 4g.lilee-U-lileet Club, 3, 4, N CCast, 335 M. N. S., 4. "Better late than neverf seems to be Iilouise's motto for she invariably leaves llul- ' 1 ings as the last hell rings. Seldom seen nn L ' the campus without her par-tner, :Ks the dash- , ing Miss Phoebe of Quality Street she not ' ' only won the hearts of strangers, but the ad- , rniration of the school as well. Eloise is one ,' of those too-exceptional girls whoinhyouenjroy k being with on anything from a Biology hike , or :1 dm:-roast to a cnimmllce or a fourteen course dinner party. i fl I Fift,rftlzrt'c i 2 ' - 7 ' W" Yrjfk Y 'Y Y Y 4'2" '77 ' I.:-tt f 3.4155 71fx...',,'E'. 2313" 'Lt :..."LQm."....L5'-sa.. .1 n...,,4-x.. .5 s V - aaa-1e::f'1fe.+9:.et-. - fl., .1 jfs, N'-1:-as 1. . fe - Xp, , ,e i .3 fl'..l'.e ,N 1 .f ' '- .. X li' '- , , , 1 C 4 ,,.i.v,,,,1'?p K.. ' f ,5g5'K,f., -- .,, -ef? 5-.1 ., .pg.qm?i",vf- f-Y 5-cw -- i-'r'.le,,-, 1 . A 7 , ...iz-. --Y 2 -f.--.-...-. -2-mf. i A i ft f , if X-pw f- - '- Lf 2 W-"--' 5: fjfiifl. i 'T W V- ' my ,Af - ' .1'1'igtif,--i'l- N' l gigs lllllgf.. 'H ..i:E.L's1'.Q. ,i V-'-iffe' ' - iET "'f'.1f-J, - -' 'r,,:"g I - ,.4,,, L i 'fi fewer ' ' 'f-ggynilf-.., l it 1 vi C PHOEBE L. FINALEY, A.-B. l N 1 gf' K A 9 ill lfll A il ly :ll P F V. Q l 'e i L l ra ll I l A fri in b Warren, Pa. Mclieesport High School Allegheny Preparatory School Penfn State. Summer School "The hrmn' that follotvx intellect can aclzie1u.'." --Michael Angelo. German'Club5 Ossoli Literary Club, Student Louncil, Girls' Tennis Association, Ten- nis Lliampion, '05, Skin and Bones. College records of fourteen years ago show us that-Phoebe Finley was most active in school life. Since then she has been busy teaching school. VVe are mighty proud to havc.her in 1922. Proud of her display of intelligence which caused her to pass by all other classes and select ours for her own, A mutual honor we share. WILSON REVIS FLINT, B.S. at 1' A, qw B fp Wilkinsburg, Pa. Wilkinsburg High School "Speak low if you .spank of love." MShakespcare. Tennis Varsity, 1, 2, QS Il-lztnager of Foot- ball, 3, Tingley Biology Club, 2, 3Q Block "A" Club, 3: Chess Club, 3: Class Basketball, 2: Junior Prom Committee, 3: Athletic Council, 2, 3, Biology Laboratory Assistant, 3. If you want to see who's busy just watch "VVils" awhile. Although he has only been with th-e class of '22 all year, we will accept him now since he is doing the college up for fair on tuition by getting through in three years. The authorities aren't holding it against him, because he managed the Football season in a manner creditable to the institution. Knowledge is his business profession although he wants to pull teeth. He is a traveler also. having made two trips to Hulings Hall and one to Chicago. DAVID W. FRAZIER, A.B. 4' I' A Conneautville, Pa. Conneautville .High School "A proper mmm, as one .s'lmz'I see in a .rum- mt-r'.v day."-Shakespeare. Football Squad, 2, fVarsity, 45, Basketball Squad, IQ Class Basketball, 1, 2, 3, 4, Track Squad, 2, 31 Tingley Biology Club, 2, , 4' Craft Club, 3, 4: Modern Problems Club, 42 Block "A" Club, 4. "Davy" is one of those who are to be. re- nieinbered as a regular customer at Hulings i 1 Hall. Not only did he balance his college course with an ofiice in that building but also we can see that he played an active part. in l athletics. lNhen one hears him happily sing- ' iniz "Marjie" he cannot help believing that q Minneapolis-is an ideal place to teach. 'li 7, ,HCM ,U W- -. G ' lffffj'-flI'Ilf it Aid WA ?,.,., . . --7-vj L .4-TT'Zf7f C M w rg.-.g f,.1f,.5Lf Aa- 'iff--"'1fHe'2-,feed 1-A eg flak' ff: ALA - f 512 'Y'-.1 -vjriyrl--TT A .- ,-"- ,'i ,L ' - , . '..fCi5"'L'i f1f4iifL.. di' ua ir, f '23 Q '- S.. ,Z ey r,--fy is , f 3.1 it X if . t , ' 4 - ,VNV - v F., ,-' ' .. ' 1 ,f . In - J P -65211 .1 ' , q if'g,:- . -.nqiii . . lg ' ' '......5.41,fg,g.ge.,,i...1s.- '2-igs.2"'i-3111, eff. - , f,"!rf--ig.- ,,,, ,, ,, . , so . f - - :Y F - "IT- Q14-.':Q1'gg'5w'sJ' jjj v T-,X in W M-1, . .443-flii51'1eL."'2",.er.r.1'Ei"'i". CA it li fe P -..-ei9lif,-S" MARY EVELYN GEALY, A.B A X S2 .ish Oil City, Pa. Oil City High School L' krlows about if Ulf-She knows, kuo1u's."'-liliayyain. twith apologiesj Twentieth Century Club, 3, 4, iSecretary TYE3Sl.lI'El', 451 Le Petit Salon, 3, 4, 71 e President Athletic Iioard, 41 Y. XV, C X Cabinet, 42 History and Political Science Llub 3, 42 M. N. S., 45 Vice President Class, 4 "Tootie" is one of those girls the Hall cant get along without. She'll be missed next year when they want somcone to jazz the piano i make arrangements for the Y. M. and Y VV reception. Although hut a child in size, shes . one of the most capable girls in school, and Z7 if things "get done" when Mary is behind them Mary was never known to miss anything good in her life Cspreads or ncwsl. She is Jl'tn ning on teaching, but we doubt it as she h'xs gotten shyer. V JAMES L. GERDON, A.B. A T A Meadville, Pa. Meadville High School "He was a I0'2'Cl' of the good old .rclzool Qllyron College Hand, ig History and Political Sci ence Club, 3, 45 Modern Prob- lems Club, 4. "Mike," one of Meadville's long wonders is known in all nooks and corners of the earth hy his laugh and general good nature, Spend ing most of his time in the pursuit of the economic problems of the day, he goes out ready to buck the husiness world. Ile is not exactly sure just what line to enter but t rumored that the Erie Railroad bids high for his services. Quick to make friends and good to hold them, we are sure that Mike will make his mark in whatever line he takes up. JOHN A. GIBSON, JR., B.S. EAE,AXE,d1BK Butle-r, Pa. Butler High School "Learning Ivy ,vtmly must be won."-Gav Iohn is one of thc boys who fears no noise along the intellectual line. One of the ng, hoys in the easier departments of Math Chem. and Physics, john sheds them all like '1 sponge sheds water, Not one of the faculty has ever forced john into a supplementaiv examination hecause thev knew that there would he no wore ground to cover after john had finished the usual exam. To john vie know will come the large amount of success that is due him. Fifty firm 3... 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"Sa uilrvli lo do, but still .ro Iiftlc dune." , gflecil Rhodes. l 4, Varsity liootliall, g, 3Q Varsity Basketball, . :,. 35 Varsity Debating 'l'ean1, 2, 3, Winner I Ps ot Philo-l"ranklin Orutoricul Contest, IQ W'in- ' N ner ot Wakefield Oratorieal Contest, 3, lnter- - 1 collegiate Oratorical Contest, 3, Literary - Monthly StaiT, 2, 32 First Honors, 2, tlllass L W of 231, Llass President, 2, tClass of 'z3J. Il , e "Mort" no more than arrived than he was deep in his work. Since then he has done l V' about anything from playing halfhack on the i ' i varsity to writing poems for the "Lit." Orig- i 'Q L inally Qt' thc class of i23, he showed his sn- , perior Judgment by transtcrring his allegiance r to '.22. Vlihile keeping up his share of the ' V ,- ii scholastic, athletic and forensic activities of Y 4' the school. he has still found time to be il ' 1 Q1 faithful disciple of Hnlings. ' l 1 HOWARD ELLIS YOUNGS, Bs. it ' ., B T ,i gn Northeast, Pa. f is No1'the,ast High School f"N "'I'ln' :vorlfl lZll0'I.i'J nothing of ils grczirusl 31 H u1eri."4'l'aylor. IL Inner Circlc, 3, 4. Sonic mcinher of the faculty has hecn re' ia fcrrcd to as the Usquarcst man on the faculty," l and here is the "squarest man in the stu- 1 cnt hotly." No one knows him hut to aclnnrc 3 his character znnl one who has him for a , 1 fiiend has a friend indeed. "Si" is seen Q1 i nnly rarely outside the Chem. and Physic N fi- I lalnrrznorie-5, living a constant devotee at the ,' ' altar of science. llc expects to enter lloston fi 'Fresh nc-Xt' fall and continue his work in Chem- i ' i istry and Physics. i 'Q i XVe hope the future holds for him no lt warmer place than the one he now holds in pl our hearts. 'l, l J, J Lg: p JEROME CANADY HIXSON, A.B. up .. fb A 6, A K lj f l - Meadville. Pa.. if b Chattanooga. High School, Chatta- lx nooga, Tenn. l ' 1 University of Chattanooga, Chatta- H nooga, Tenn. N is 1 'llly mini! to me ll kingdom fs,"-Dyer... i rp, V Quill Cluh, 3, 42 Petit Salon, 3, 4, Secretary, l 1 W 4: History Club, 4. 1 Pl ."jcrry" came to Allegheny as 11 Junior, M with the advent of the new znlministration, ln , Lil spite of this handicap he has won a place for il himself in scholastic circles hy virtue of heing f :in honor student, and in literary circles by LH 4 his work for the "Lit." and his Quill Club 'N - work. XVhethcr "Jerry" continues his work at 4 iw llarvard or Yale or with the Grand Union ir! I Tea Company we predict that he will he a ' 3, Q- credit to his various .Xlnm Maters. N Yi ii W if Y I2 , l"ifty-.si.r i A A .LL - . Y, A ,W , .fr Li-...4' -F' L' HEILL 'V if Lint !i'li.E."' -it '1-....aL'?:1-'.i-i,li.'v,'?:PCn.'1.:g.n.1f'.:t' ,-15 ,,- ,ics I .f-QQQQGFQAELQ -if ff- X , L - 4 ,f "s146eQ-rg. W -" .', , LQ. I A V I LCF5, 1 .,-ibn A 1. .--A! V. If I i W, ,Vx Al' Ned, 4- . "' "LT il ' '- ix '.,. A fl... I: 'I' ' R .rf -- ' .YQ 1? fl 1 "E ,Q .if'ilfiT'.?i1 - H. ' , ' '. ."'-.-"L l, Q-' LL 4' : "3 L - "1 ' . I ' Y ."'?5f,f. ,. ,A V ,- -5 --, . .4 fTf:'EE I'Qf:T.'l'Q'f"T'i." TfjQTffrj'.,'1:Qk A -l ' l A, - -, 1 ,jq .ey l:'::r '- -'H -1 365-:figs '7"f'- E' AA - 7. ' ' " eq 5 ,.. . l.,y.A,-A - . - - fewll, illg - A .. ,E. .i 'j 1. gg-.f,.'5..1"fm:nen:rufifA:n--.p,,Q.v'i Kill-A-.A A . I-"E!E."""a.-:-eus. l wif. -F v - f- .L -Q , , If 1. , Ilyqvr-Al' , ,- 771 Z :V - l ' H. '-ir.-5 lf?5T.v. V,f'1f'.f' , ll s,"1It-l..i,LiEIJl," W ll .il w ' lf l ll .. A..-i- .Y-- , , AA.- - Ill l ' ll l ' ll, A I. 1 AMANDA JANE Hoovisn, Bs. l l ly A X Q ' ,1 Franklin, Pa. p AH. f DuBois High School I "Hang core! Care would kill iz cat- ' '44 7'lwr.cforc' lvt'.r be merryJ"-Shakespeare. ll 1 Klee-O-Kleet, 2, CCast. 23. 'Manda Jane is cliaractcrizeil hy an ever W l present laugh that is more a gurgle than a l. l giggle, a forgetfulness that is more conveni- v ent than handicapping, and a "line" that bluffs l no one but herself. One of those valiant few l Al of her sex who have braved four years .of W ' l osmosis, tlierino-clynainics, and quantitative I , analysis that have proven a mystery to her ' less courageous sisters. VV'hatever her tuture I 'L may be, we are sure it will he cheerful. N l I . A l I l l l l. Q1 THOMAS BRINKER HORNE, B.S. N 1 . A X P N f- Pleasant Unity, Pa. l :AX Mount Pleasant High School l "Little boy blue. come blow your l1or1z." ll ' ' Freshman-Sophomore Debate, 1: Assistant 1 N Track Manager, 3g Chess Club, 3, 4. N 4 "Brinker" is one of those students who he- hcves book learning should he flavored with l , social life, yet not at the sacrilice of the form- , ,ii er. He has accomplished his end by carrying . 'X away very creditable marks and many happy X xlvl memuories of co-educational advantages. In- l A tending to enter "med" school this fall, Tom in hopes to keep his horn of plenty full through I practlce and patlcuts. Anil surely his opti- ' f mism and good-nature shoulil act as a pan- ! Il.CL'Z.l for anyone at any time. l .li GERTRUDE KATHERINE- HOUSER, A.B. A X Q Meadville, Pa. Meadville High School 'l "lim no racing tvlijllr'-clove. 1- l Yrent mc ruff, kill, treat me ruf?."' l l cimssicai Club, .iq one Club, 41 Le rem 1 Salon, 4. l ."Gert" has been indispensable in many ways. . , l First, for her good humor and appreciation of ' I a joke, and after that. her loyalty to her ' friends. As a town girl, and close neighbor l l l to the campus. she has not only had the latch- 4 string out, but stretching clear up the street N to Hulings. l ' l l l W. ,Y ,. ,.,. A..-,.-... A- 1 l 1 Fifty-.vvrclr 'lf .A 1-7-7 -- - - -- ------A - fb- - A "'i':t"....'-'inf 1 .ig - Y-I , "4- A - 'A " ,"j--Q41-'iii .1.,l'am:.-1:.f1Lf3.p'g,,.'.1..4.1..'1.,A2 .1..rj..'L..u.'7".z..":'.:l f"WYAs-411--A A4 .11---f-fir-f -4 Ulf- ld- - -- - f , ' W . 1 --A-l A -V A , -V is . bar 4 -. ,, , f - ff' .f . 1 ji .1-"1-fly X44-IJ-O.. ,iv '- Y ' 'Y-. we - V tv' 3 ' i "ff:-N e A' 3 , 'iff ' if J., 1 , A Q-if I Xllf, .V ' M ..- .. , ' ". -v.,,,i-Q H,-W LL, , l .fit ' A, Z 'V ' - ,i , -'Y .i .V , . ,lows n.. t ,H-rs. , . . i f . he sg ii.. ' iff' . H- ,. .ff,.-:i.i- . '. - 1 it .. ,J f- fix'-y?'l-xiii . 'Q .V V' 'Cf ' if . -- .-- - - - 1-A ---- -Lf'-LT-:seg ' ef f' ' . P ' . I,"-.1 1 .3g.1iL.1ig1g::t:"'e-tr: 1 -iii f s e e - ff Q iwcig,-. Q . , il 'Vit A 1441155-i,xc..,g,, c -1: ,-, 245,27 ll -13,-jsx gm", A .- ,Lf ' fr -4UY" -1' 'Z fj,L'j3,"-,KsQ- f gnlnjf ft , ,4't'f'Lg4g,,-eff-T5 - W i ' ' is i. f i ' ..1::f... M.,-W' 7 ij 4 l i ,ff-' I GENEVIEVE MCKEAN HOVIS, A.B. P , 1 Clintonville, Pa. ' 1 Clintonville High School i "The trembling vzmtcx nsreml the sky And lufarfczzly Jays inspire." -Urvnlen. 5 College Choir 3 ' " ' ' ,2. ,4,tlee Club, , , , 1 L 1 M. N. S., w4j 'lhvcntieth Centurii Caluli, 4 3, 42 bl. Cecelia Club, 2, 3, 4. 14' 1 Iangfs college days have been filled with N 9 melodiouslsong. Occasiongilly she complains A 1 i that life xshiust one practice after another- F! i but she thrives on it. wlletween practices she l has found time for lenglish courses galore. I fgiinds know that she is :L good sport and I W U D UH. L I 1 Q l L , 4 M 1 JOSEPHINE LUCILE HOVIS, A.1B. . , Clintonville, Pa. tif ciinmuvilie High School I "fl1nck! There lic: more peril in tliiuc nyc H . fx Than, trecnty of tlmir .m'or1g's." d J I - omco an u iet. XJ E Glec Club, I, 2, 3, 4, St. Cecelia, 3, 4, X V W goxlleiiectfliigrxi, 2, 3, .ig fgf-lIT1g1lSSbtElif, 3, 4g I 1 eni' i en ury, 3, 45 i . . -. 4. 'll The dare .in those bright eyes must have , some come-hither ehallcnge therein. .Xt least V willing admirers interpret it so, Jo is an F rl ii F1 l lf! l YJ i T Fw i P W i iii .Vi El. il, M .. ,i i, Ififiysfiglif l J' expert at stringine them along, she's particu- larly fond of taffy. A pioneer at Hulings in cutting the way to bobhed trcsses. LOUISE MARION HULIN, B.S. A X S2 Franklin, Pa. Franklin High School "Call her reveiigc, bcmusc she is mover." Y. W. C. A. Cabinet, 3, 4, C'1're:isurer, 31 Vice President, 413 Athletic Board, 2, 3, 4: CPresident, 439 Twentieth Century Club, 3, 42 Campus Staff, 3, 4, CAssociate Editor, 43: Quill Club, 3, 4, C'l'reasurer, 4,2 Biology Club, 3, 45 M. N. S., 3, 4. "No, she isn't here, slie's at a meeting." From the number of meetings Louise attends one would surmise she was running the school, and she seems to be doing it efhciently judging from her list of offices. Since she is President of the Athletic Board, one often meets her hiking along the country roads setting a good example to the Freshmen. Louise will be missed next year, for the school likes a good hustler, il. l '.-.iv - li- -- - -fgim '- frog- ,A:i'i T" gf rj, R iw i""ff., i",..1IEJL..' 'F' n."-?'43L4-r"":'f-n,,"'gfs". 34-11+-L3-. A , 4451? gxg- F - x 'ii STH? z 'fr-. -- 4: 'Q -. 'lla -. 14-3,1 - L 'v jr! , ,Vu , Q 1 rv' cl v ..- , ' fi- V X il- if 3111- H" f1,f"" X A: . -A' I lil' . ' K ' 1 'lf f.- ,E ,Q 1 '1,Q'z?'i, K ' E- l - ..f:,I?'tA- . ' ' 7 -if q t -- 'T ,f 'r -.q , t.-we-ff? S , t ,. ' ., -. Uv., 5 , V, rx. 1 . ,-Q, 4. gilii -lswgf 'f' "1 ta' A -,'.'f'f fz::'-L-Afrilfie -" h,'i-.g4':.'I3. A,,.2"lf , j5X4,'.L '..,:,g : ,Qtxw r' .A Y-il - 7 -V-+35 ',3f,,v,! .'N,.. Jn., . 1.-ff A--7 e ' -A Z-gibiit f iff T77 ll ss.-31lbag,e:"' b M ll V -- -v ll il fd! ,X , jill , xl BESS JEFFREY,A.B. l , 1 A I' A lg l Trauger, Pa. mi Mt. Pleasant Township High School I "She is firctty to walk tc'1'tl1 L it find witty to tall: with Anil pleasant too, to lliiuk on."-Suckling. I Twentieth Century Club, 2, 3, 45 Klee-O- 3 , Kleet, z, 3, 4, CCast, 235 M. N. S., k l 41 Le Petit Salon, 4. ' 1 IH 1 l 'KPretty" Bess has always been a model of poise and propriety. Though last year she was busy helping iirst-graders learn to read ' and write, it is easy to see that she won't be doing that all her life. 'Always ready to sym- pathize or help she has earned the love of all. l CHARLOTTE A'BIGAIL JELBART, A.B. E T E Meadville., Pa. l if Meadville High School 5 "And .still lm doing nczfcr done."-liuttcr. ' Twentieth Century Club, 2, 3, 4. jx . Stated with no fling of oratory, Charlotte is Y v :L good scout. If the path to knowledge, as I I choose to call North Main Street, has be- 4, comeuless steep, it is clue to her constantly L trudgmg up and down its rugged slolpe. If I youkhwant Cliarllotte, shte Iis in the ,ihrary, Q4 worwng over vo umes 0 - istory. l 'I i . ' 4 1 f , l PAUL WHISTLER JENKINS, B.:S. l 41 K Ylfy A X E lButl.er, Pa. Butler High School 1 xiquila non capit muscas. ! Kaltlron Staff, 26 Sampus Staff, ZQ Quill Fr, .u , 2, 3. I 1 K'Wliistlcr" is one of the fellows who lin- " ishecl in three years. It is really a splendid ' thing that he dnl, t'or,in those three years he Q absorbed more than his share of the lectures. X' Had she stayed longer it is probable that littfe ll learning would he left. He came tn get it ami xt can he szurl that he accomplished his , tag .. , l Vt I l V -. . . , --,--,.e......- P Fifiy-nine yi- f-g 2'-rf ,, T'T5 r. ' """ 'i' ' ' ' S - -, 1 - --- ?--- V - -- -f-- V - . An- Zzii 441- 13.14 3415 34.:!..xeEfIE'.'F'..fle.?f4T'g.413,?.-.L 'f ig ,Eel :. 9" 'FI l q 1' . ,f-191,13 I1-nj K. . f-K . I ,,'..:-UHEYL' -1'ffi2.1-- . ' . ,- :H -'-nf' . . - ' A I Lyfvg mix t 1 .,', .t I, t .9 I at ' . his 512 .4 . f1,,.g,I'I'f 1 I. -.. i II.. , I. I, Ia tv t ' ,. ., , Ijv M - - if , I.I.- I , . A -12-..-4....,,. I - 4. . t.h,J'?f:4K II , I I' vi .II I 1 4 II I ...-. + I I- ...Q f-.4 '. "H""h '. I' ,-'- - 5'-,"4SY' ,'!1'--'cvs q-1 , I I ' . - ,. A, -- V-1 kt f W ,WY -1- lui. .clit-.EIu.."i-1" '-" 'L 4, M , f J i Y- - - pi- 1 ,- ni- f 21.74" ,it M ' 'if' .ll I A- KI If W -WAA- t ISABELLE MCGILVRAY JOHNSON, 4 1 -1 Ae. . 1 A Meadville, Pa. .l 1' Meadville High School lf Ii' "I have in my llcurt room for cf-cry joy." , 'Eaglesnjere Club, 3, 4, tYice President, 433 ii' X. ?fYI.I5f,.CfX. Cabinet, 35 Klee-O-Klee: Cast, 25 I .' ,ee .n1, 4. Isal1el's long walk up the Hill accounts for I' I i hcr rosy cheeks and an uncertain promptness L at 8:1o's. But she always comes up smiling. l llcrlmbbling energy finds outlet in town a:- ,Q . tivities. Last year she became so devoted to ' , her L-irl Reserves that she deserted us at mid- l terixif VVS tfreIglad she returned to our I L I l'Zlll 'S UI' gfilf l1ZltlOll. . I 1 l U I HIRAM ARTHUR JONES, B.S. i ' . 41 I' .SI 47 B 49 Beaver, Pa. 5 L Beaver Falls High School U 3 "Lm'tl! I 'wonder what foul it gras that lirxt l r l inrfentcll kissing."-Swift. 5 'wx lilock "A" Club, 2, 3, 4, CPresidenK, 33: . ' N f Tingley Qiology Club, -2, 3, 4, tPrcsident, 37: arsiy 'oo a .z: quac, tg Iunior rom v tllbu Is 1 I P J 4 l , Cloninnttec, 33 Vtlaslnngton Birthday Banquet, Q reasurer, 4. r ' l . 4 5 "Ht" came to Alleghe from down Peaver li way. lle has heen an ever active sgudent W rl towards an A.II. degree, Animal llusbandry. F fl llis congenial smile has not only won him r-. , many friends among the men lgut the fairer ll U1 sex as well. llmvever, he is quite a financial - l fi gf:niusIand Egures out his problems down In ' ' a ong t ie terrace. I I I J w S1 1 ri 1, . -. i I I . I . ir, ' I WILLIAM E. JORDAN, JR., B.S. Il . KI f1'I'.A,AX.'1I Q I Woodhaven, Long Island . V. 1 Richmond Hill High School 'I l "Hail fellow, well met."-Swift. l , ff President Freshman Class, 1922: Chairman 4 l ' junior Class VVashington Birthday Banquet ' , ri L'ommittee: Le Petit Salon, 2, 3, 4: Glee Club, . . 2, 1, 4, f.'Xsst. Manager, 35- thlanager, 45: ' U ' Soccer, 1, 22 Track, 3g Vliakelielcl Oratorieril It , I . l Contest, 3. 1 Loses a lll1Z1l'll"CtlIll0llUl'S on a Glee Club trip Q' l and comes hack smiling. That's lhll. An npti- 4 'K mist, as buoyant as ivory soap, and as white. l l LI, A Ibprn cliploinat, as tactful as a camfwaign , ' . N solicitor, a voice that serenatles for Iiourus I i and never falters in any night air.. An mnni- k grant train of freshmen never arrived at the Erie that Bill was notIthereI to press the l claims of his gang to their notice. I I A' I ll b 1 i ' 7, - I l m , It P Sixfy I A . . lil . f 'AM i if--1-TYQ' Y ' . f,,.Q'.Q'..' : ifQQf'--Y 'Y Y' ' WML- 'Nh' Y L ' I ' l 51 :bi 24 il 3.4155 '13..'. ".4t.n.'33. .1.-."'-'5?.1..":".4 1.5 '51 sa." "4-z." 3.-A .-Li , 1 X. ,,f3L'iU'4l"Q 'Wx' X ,X X . 495,-Z '-,1lfX:..:, X XXX, lX.' ,- -5, f f -.51--X X7 ,XX r I A x::f'3.i'X t . IV . Q- f '- l - " - .,f1'i'2'Cii ' 'ST ' X , , . "T" 'A' T "i"i:i- :sg ,,,,A Elgfjlif' St' - " X 35. ,' . H, 2 Q. , " ' '- - -ru 1-- ' X X -N X-9 , X A '.X.j,,. X t Q 'X l ,-1' A ' '1 ' ' -. Y Y--rf, y Xfire'-4i'i4..9-llfig...i .Lf 1252: LIL L- j,,' I X - - Xxkfigcll-,E-W FEL! ."4C.:..'IX1l ,tt X, 1, l Q so e e e- tg - ,-as--..: V KX Xl l I .L I X 1 X? . . .-D , ,,, . X f f,.,.-H' X" JAMES WILLIAM KAMERER, B.S. l QQKQXAXE i v V Greenville, Pa. X 'X A Greenville High School X L .-lt 'fllllfllfltlll est ziigiln nlunstruri ct lfifilfl' ' X lzic ext. l X W Football, IQ Glee Club, 1, 2, 3, Chlannger, 3,2 ' t Knldron Board, i, 2: lllock A Club, X N ' - 2, 55, 4g Duzer Du,.2, gf, 4. X . - llc-cause his home town is Cfrecnville and X 4, he is very quiet please do not think thatXtlns son of Allegheny is so slow. "Innmy". is 21 harrl worker and this fact together with il , X splendid personality have caused hnn to be X l known as a real fellow. Because he has al- l ways fought shy of Mrs. Hulingfs home for N young lacliies is no reason to believe he iloes N not like the fair sex. He very often goes . '. X L flown town and he has been known to "Mar- , f thru"-but I must not tlisclosc any secrets, X 9 l I4 ' QX X F V ETHEL SARAH KERR, AJB. - 'l X ,A A X S2 ' ' X Oil City, Pa. . IQ ' fix Oil City High School X " X "Trir.rl her noi, .rl11f'.r fooling time." ,N XX --SlIZlkCSlJCRl'C. - l Secretary Class. 3: Twentieth Century Club, ' ' 45 Le Petit Salon, 4Q Glee Club, 45 History t X l and Political Science Club, 3, 4g M, N. S., 4. 'X ip Ethel showed her independent spirit by ap- pearing as the first Senior nn the campus with v her hair hobbcrl. She is liubbling ovur with high spirits and a goofl nature which is seldom ' L ruffled. NVhen it comes to men, Xshe seems to V X believe that 'Kvariety is the spice of life." X Nevertheless, she is consistent in her ntlmira- I . X XX4X l tion for "the wcarers of the Slll.lIll'C badge." X ' i , l L N l l lil t t t l V4 , , , l DAVID D. KIRIxPA'1RICIx, B.S. X X ' A T A, 4, B -in X I X Butler, Pa. 3 ' Butler High School X W "lr ir-src hrttcr to be eaten tn rlmlh willzl a l K rirxt than to Ivo .vcqurmi to nothing will: .l f1crf'L'tln1l IIIOHIIlI.J"5llZlkESlJCZll'C, M 'Fingley Biology Club.: Senior Committee on ' X lVztshington Birllirlay llzinquet. X ' llailing from llutler, "Kirk" aspires to the .X X I medical profession. XV4: thought, we were ' V going to lose hun at the heeinnnnz of the A year when he sujourncil to Philaclelpliia for ' l X the purpose of entering the University of l Pennsylvania, but he soon returnczl to Ol' X .Xlleglfe or "the nurse." It's not certain ex- lX X actly to which hc returnt-rl. lle is well l versed in the ways of an ALD., and we bee lievc will make :t great success nf thc pro- l, fcssion. X X ll 1 .-.. l S i V ui I b I lil .. X 5 l XXXX .5i.xt,v-mic NX n. X ,A . M X 5- -V e-sv e t s - K X--A-f -els s. -2134 'gf '1' A? fi W!! C i' It iffy: gli ,-" J P ' ,i'.4.'5.-.ni klein!!-.I .ea l V7 jr i-MX be -X Y - , , D- -. . ------- 4 . LlIl"j.f' "2 , .f,.,fsE 1-flip, - l 1, f l ff - "", ,'1'f 1 xg. e Mfr' ',, , I , -,YL ,, 4 ,213 . .-ia.:-f i v- 1 '. 1 ' . - A x 44,4-in, 514 -,ht-I -' llflgl .RL 2' ,AA--,, V- 5 ,J 4, lf- J '. hy. . -1 f "W ' ' 5 H im' , Y '- i Q f N M " ' ' 'Z A 5? 375555 1'-"-1l'3f+Zi-Lb Q ' Lilll 1 1.f.::52:1:,Z4L-115,41 --fi ff, A if r LQ ' A Q, U I 1' li f? ,:.. . W , " --- 4:'l ' ' l lj, Y -f'-"" 5 i 1 lgu g .4"' , GALE- RILESE KIRSCHNER, B.S. -fl 9' l AXP,AXE ly X Edinboro, Pa. Q Edlinboro High School -ff Edlinboro Normal School i ".-I :nun of clwcrful yesterrlulvs and confident l tnmar1'o1c's." v , i Varsity Traek, e, 3, .gg Cross Country Team, H., E 4, fcillbtillllbi Block "A" Club, 1 2, 3- 4- "- l .xfl- - -11' ' -. 1 ' - Q 3 larir.1l,Zi0"'13Tf.llLi, "E,SiQ'ZZ,5J"ll-Fhiifgilflff YS fi 3 lead -a fashpzxee, Lomnig in second place in 4 N a tri-collegiate meet this fall, ive admit he 1, hushziccomplished his ann.. Despite his name, l he is not thc least hit windy, but is one of I those moclest, good-naturerl beings whose frienflslnp is always coveted. However, he is 3 never seen at llnlings-someone in Sharon has 1 1 seen to that. Another searcher for the phil- l osopher's stone, Gale expects to continue his study of chemical cuncoctions. ARTHUR KILIAN KRAMER, BS. A X P . Meadville, Pa. 'l l ,, Meadville High School ' "One that arrclx line qnirL'.r of blasmling -Y l Pen.r."-Sliakespeare. 5, Footlmull, 1, 2, 3, 4, fCaptain, 4,2 Assist- 4' -Q :int lrzlck Manager, 35 Manager-elect, 3: 7: lllock,A Club, 1, 2, 3, 4Q Member College , .Xthletxe lloarfl of Control, .ig Glee Club, 3. ' .Xftcr having so successfully captainecl the fl, football team during the past year, "Able" now ' , I, leaves'Allegheny to captain the-game of busi- .,4 1 miss in-Hwlneli hle gas a pflrticularlinterest. A 1 . IC wi not ony e grezlly missea on UC .54 grirlliron .hint on the lcaninns as welll. Ehlways it r-erley wxti an l!lQXl8l1SflJC snppy o goof 'K' stories, and always telling them lin his own '-- 'ovia wav. Ahie will never lac' company. 'K 'lVor will he ever -lack-friends, for his charac- 44 ter :mil sunny disposition will take care of Q., that. One happy fact is that Able is a "town - man," and Allegheny will see him often, v-- -2 D1 l V Vi EVERETT BURKE RUNSELMAN, Q4 A.B. ll fb A 9 l, . fl Verona, Pa. 'E Wilkinsburg High School Q "1 nm fired of Plllllllfllg ami tuflfng."--O'Reilly. '. "li l'ustu1n" came to college just in time fl lo miss, the battle of the 5. A. .'l'. C. and promptly set forth to give battle td the tack- tk ling dummy when the proper seasons came . -l arounrl. lnnneclmtcly he give up Phi Beta 1 Kappa aspirations for hnsiness activities, anfl Af chose economics for his major work, His y' smile and carefree laugh together Awlfll his th, cheerful disposition and genteel- intlolence I dl spell success, and we leave it to hnn to hring ' 1 home QIC acon. l 4 l P-l e - , Q .5'i.1'lj'-rfvo ' A l ' xg , , ,dl T4,1'fgV,ivT2i,f R 7 'A Y ,V l , A. ,- xi... P'r.:,-23 111-5: -.ry P-ng: V..-1.1'-1-aff,-5,-ff.. -2: is -:rl -ri-..""',fr -cz' -Q. avi-.af M- S , ,. A -. ' D it .", 'I- f"' "1'1L.1'- i -, 'ff - . -' 1 . ' ' " ,' 'Ps I H' , A 1 Vlllgv. Q X? X I N ' '- , LLQT, ,. i 'gui - Mc --.. - . ss'-pf-'fr-.1 1 f . - . - . - 1 .l,V :nays ,. ., 1' ,, I A F xl' n VA - -M - --- -- H. - ' 1:-r -ea ' ' ll iii 'N 1 -sf eva.: ef Ll-'F -: - . fe D - - .--4-1 .1-.. Lb- -. - . ls 1 4 J! 1" gl li . .,., -..,-. , H,,, ...Ass ' li 424 . 1 l P J WILMA ELIZABETH LANDER, A.B. ii' -2- K K 1' MQ ' 5 Monessen, Pa. f Monessen High School ig, Lili "Q'atirc'.r my rucnfron, bu! I'm foo discreet -- , lu run unmck and Iilt at all I meet."-Pope. lj' ff, Glee Club, 1, Q, 3, 42 St, Cecelia, 2, 3. 41 iq ' History Club, 3, 45 M. N. b.. 4. 4 L11 livery year NVilma has had to hear such , things as "The September issue of Vogue, but -P. i'J don't bender," uvvlllle Lander?" and so , if forth. It is no wonder, though, for an issue fri ,lil of vogue does describe a person who is as Q! rl well dressed as VVilma. The references to fu! ,, 'Lbender" are also pardonable when one thinks il' that college cases do not ordinarily last four 5', 5 T years as this one has. XX-'ihna has always had xl- plenty of tim-c to have a good time, but those 9 - 1 who know her realize.tl1at she has always had ,fp 4, time for the more serious ones as well. 'll I . fi lil if, v 4 I U f-fi -ff, ,L GORDON B. LEBERMAN Q-I nh. A T A ,fir '41 ' Meadville, Pa. "-' iq' Meaclville High School I Z4 ,qw , ".-In affnblc and cnnrteous gI3llf16'lllllll,"-'Sll3k. , N Modern Problems Club. ' if lf -V, "Gord" labors under the delusion that he ," 'S originated the ruse of cutting 8 m's and ll' chapel on alternate mornings to throw the ", registrar off th-c track. VVith him and thc rest ps, of the class of 322 that slipped in in the sfl J hectic days of that soap-buhhle iiasco, thc ,,', 7 S. A, 'l'. C. gone, the college will once again -if S. 1 bc on a pre-war basis. Y ,l. , - fur 54 f 1.2 ft J., if 1 1 rj is 4 H- ., 'I Pg HAROLD D. LEBERMAN, B.s. gl 'Sl , A T A, A X E Q 1 . - Meadville, Pa. Fi, Q Meadville High School 'IR 3 "Tim hoary llI!'IIl'lIll-Sf, thin ami 0.'d, 1 gl l'ur.vuv.r the .rccrvt of how to malrzr gold." -- ' fi Chem. Lab. Assistant, 3, 4. sk "Dougl1y" has been one of Doc l.ec's faith- K ful prodigies and seems to have found that ' l famous nI7l1ilOSOI1ilE'l"S stone" in the constant . 4 association with one of Miss llulings' fair l', maidens, W'e all can expect a great deal from " ' "lDoughy" as he makes his debut in the chemical world. llc swings a mean stick nf 5 sl pool' and plays a nasty game of bridge. He ,A has won innumerable laurcls in bridge and K is rarely outdone when he is "lin-essing bi' 'em deep." il vi -lu,-, yy M ,M ,lil t ,lf P' i .S'i.rty-tlrrce 'l ' . fi P. YY , ,Y ,H ,,. ,W , -,,,,,Y , V Arwl Pfizfi :L-3 ar' '4"'f2F"7.w..-'E2':"s2fiI,.. ff ,.-sL-.a 1.14.7 -1' 2:f.1f. ciir 1:35 ,jfllffjji "-., r f l i .1 H '- -'i " C X"f'f'Q-,I l af L a' Ai""l 1 , : ' "JJ" ,. A . ' l it . r gL...-,1t.1:.1-..5.:--r..- rife-..1-W. :S 51' bfi MARJORIE EMELIA LILLIE, A.B. E T E Ripley, N. Y. Ripley High School "The hand that follows intellect can ncl1icz'c." -Michael Angelo. Twentieth Century Club, 2, 3, .tg History and Political Science Club, 3, 41 Quill Club, 4.2 Iiaglesmere Club. 3, 41 Moving Up Day hpeaker, 3Q KleevO-Kleet Cast, 32 M. N. S., .iv 4- Original, inimitable, that's Marjorie. VVl1en she speaks at Twentieth Century or Y. VV. we are always assured of sometliing clilferent, yet worth while. She Gl'llSllCli her college course in three years and a half, anfl went to Sherman to teach 'ithe young' iclea how to shoot' RALPH C. LIMBER, A.B. B T, A K Sheakleyville, Pa. Sheakleyville High School ".X'one but un autllm' knoaxx rm nnflmrir l'l1l'L'.V. "-C0 wper. Quill Club. 2, 3, 4, CPresident4clcct. 4JQ Kalclron Stall, 2, 3, 4, tkssociate Editor, 3, Co-Editor-in-Chief, 471 Literary Monthly Staff, 2, 3, Qflssociatc Editor, 2. lialitor, 33, Publi- cation lloarrl, 3: Chess Club, 3: "Inner Cir- cle," 3. 4: Student Senate, telectl, 42 College Newspaper Correspondent, 2, 3. The above list shows in which lines "Doc's" ability lies. llc tinishetl his work at Alle- gheny last vcar anrl not even his election as Kaltlron liflitor enticed him back, Although not here this year he has done a great deal of work on this Kalflron and his rearly pen and wit have fnrnislietl much material for the college publications of the last three years. llonbtless in years to come we will reacl Lim- bcr as wc now read Service or lil'ltll"ES. He is a friend worth knowing and a loyal son of Allegheny. THOMAS W. MCCREARY, B.S. A T A, A X E Monaco., Pa. Monaca High School "lf kings were mmiv from nri1'ii-nr.: of renown, Ilcrc would he mm 'to grasp his Iwfilting v1'o':t'nl.' " Varsity Track, 1, 2. 3. 41 Block "A" Club, 1, 2, 3, 4: flnnior Prom Committee, 3. 'l'ommy hails from llnnaea, but we are at a loss to know whether to blame him or the town for this fact. llc the foregoing as it may be, still there are many things about this young man that cannot be overlooked. for when reviewing himself hc overlooks nothing: so why should we? lle has devoted most of his time to studying Chemistry and Biology with intentions of taking a medical course when he leaves Allegheny. He is quite a speedy man on the cinrlcr track and we hope hc will have the same success in the "dash of life." 'YW' .WT-W7-qi" f L- V-LQ ,g,?"f3L '.:'B'!?.l-2'!:3Tl.IhL.i1'2:l't..'t3f:1iJ.A.1?g',a.:'Z1?nl."tL' in .-Aa..c..f.... .41 1 l 1 ' Y - - , 451.5175 ll 1'3RjT'f . ' -- ,--.. ------Q,-tr. - nM, .JJ-.131-,,f 1 . 37... ' ' ' ' . L-5-,"' . . Ti . 1 iw. X , it sir 1 . ' r . -.. . . "'7'. ii, , I -Q-.,....'ii..' ':...' , '- - Q , , ,Ly ,Elk-514, if :Ft-4 ' ,ki - " '- i ' I ,V .-..-us , ,N Ywlgj, -, 3? g Q-1, Z , ' gg A,,.Y, " ,A,Y, Q11,,g,1:jjiL-gggfli,-ggi, - --A' ,-- , ' ' '1-.A -. -. 5' ' " A H . ,,,..- .. - if,L..e.t.-.-1:12-'r",.f nel- 19 QL 'ilu M 4-T-15.1-2-:.s.e:,Tcas's'E't:1:et. 2- -ta 4 . SAMUEL W .MC'KINLEY, B.S. ' -in A K ' Mead-ville, Pa. H4 Meadville High School , "I nm nIn'ay.r Ieurfc 017' tm.'k1'11g lwlzen. I hem' 35 a master May."-liroxviiirig. College Band, I, 2, 3, 43 Dutton Society of ,tl Applied Science, 2, 3, 4, KF-ecretary and 'Fl'CZ!SUliCl',45. 1 Its a far cry from Clieop's pyramids to the lfVoolwortli, from a Lincoln Highway to the Kimberly diamond mines, from Brooklyn . bridge to a front line trench, yet planning and exeeuting them has always been the work of P ii engineers. No one is less appreciated than the engineers yet dauntless, daring, enthusiastic. V persevering, in the van of progress they are always found, U H Without palavering Sam we will say that 7' here is a true engineer. Accurate, thorough, dependable, resourceful, scorning languages and philosophy, yet a high "A" man in the ' work he loves, radiating energy and repellu-ig E1 sloth as camphor a moth, we shall watch his future with confidence and interest. H' CORAL FRANCES MCMILLIN, A.B. H A X Q Meadville, Pa. lu l f-x Meadville High School I "IIN -mit 'mis more than mrm. N' Her innocence o rl1i.'rI."-Dryden. V I Kaldron Board, 21 Glee Club, 2, , 4, 4 Twentieth Century Club. 3, 4, CVice fresi- Hi' I dent, 4,2 St. Cecelia Club, 3, 41 Le Petit balon, 3, 4. - lf one good turn deserves another, 'then 4 Coral holds a balance account for many good turns for a long time to come. For she has QI never refused anyone her help nor sympathy, ' nor to play the piano so that everyone else may danee. She is always the same, friendly . and smiling, whether good weather allows her to come "throu'fh the Ravine." or a stormy G day sends her 'fhy the cut." And besides . these good qualities she has an enviable 1 amount of gray-matter. k ELIZABETH AILENE MACLAREN, ' ' A.B. K A 9 'l I Warren, Pa. , . Huntington Hall, Pasadena, -California University of Southern California A "Thy danger clziefL,i' lies in fitting well: Nu rri1ue'.r so great as during tn c'.rceI." -Churchill. Quill Club, .tg Le Petit Salon, 45 M. N. S., 3, 45 Klee-O-Kleet, q. 4, CCast, 313 I History Club, 4. LH Betty is famous for.her angelical, innocent smile, hut beware-it 15 a snare for the un' wary, Life is never dull when Betty is IH around for she has the xzift of entertaining l ' without ponscious eiiort, She also has the art HI I of winding people around her nnger so skill- ll fully that they never know that it is being 1 4 I done-a useful accomplishment in this Clay ' f i N , and age. i ' -. ..- i-.-- A-V . I rl we H Q, W, Sz.rt3'-five I 3 if' ,,,-. ,-,,,,, ,,f,+i. -.-W :Alla ' ii: 'Q' 25' .L Q 1:1 1: in"l.i"'l.. H-...ii '?Q"'f'.I.,.s. i L. ,.-+2- 1 1-,F ,'-5Z:,-- .. I .VA tv, V -1:11-V.N:,,v ,415 A.b-1 1'-, 1 j, ..ivIf1,.. 1 :s -3 , 1 f L .1 '1 Y1. -. t " 1 A ' 'x'fw"-s -- 1 . .ig-befdlgeftl. .11 EEN '1'i r g- .er ,es -- 1 '3 ir' Y? in 5- ?h7'? Q32-Og, N -A - ll ' .'.fClQ,iE.4251-:ig--1-3-3---jf-:eg lf-iilf, 1 -f is -if "1 Illia- I 'if iw i 1 e -or 'i'1" 1-f.1-wer ,,:,-rf-I-1 - -1 ,fkeef-1 1 T 1 1 "-isxsssrfl 1 o c 'i ll 1 '1 LL, JJ , M Khin' ' --rf if r- 1 l J... ..-f' ' 1 L , 1 P HENRY MERRILL MAITLAND, A.B. 1 ' E A E 4 k 1 . 1 1 ' Franklin, Pa. ' 1 Franklin High School 1 "The mirror of all coMissy."-Shakespeare. Modern Problems Club, 3, 4Q Leader of Col- l 1 1 1 lege Band 2, 3, 43 Petit Salou, 3, 4. 1 ' I I i f Althotrighlx pursuing his studies with the 1 1 utmost iligence, Merrill has found time to L 1 partake oflsocial activities without hindering ' 1 his mark in Physics, at least. It has been l' 1 1 largely through his efforts that the college has ' l ' ' a band of which it may he justly proud and ' , 1 1 which may be favorably compared with those L 1 of much larger institutions. Throughout his 1 entixie four years he has striveu "with that 'H 1 man y virtuef' rl l K' I 1 I '1 VVILLIAM HOVVARD MAITLAND, W 1 W 1 'E A.B. 1 .. ff- E A E ' lr 1 Frankliil, Pa. 1 L 1 1 1 1 Franklin High School' 1 l "And fiuuting time toiled after him in rain." 1 1 -jo inson. I 1 l Modern Problems Club, 3, 4, fPK'CSiClCI'll', 419 . 1 1 Glee Clug, 3, 4'g1Band, 1, 2, 3, 4g 11 5 1 If H . U etit ba on, 3, 4. . 11 1 Alhll has been one of the musical and 1 M social maiustays. of the college for his four ' 1 I 1 years. .Hxsh social caxieer was cut short or , 1 I bobbed in his senior year, however. -His later day romances haye taken a typical form r among our own fair ones. Always of a pro- 1 gressive nature he has burrleneil himself with '11 . eight hours of slavery in his last semester. ' 1 1 1 1 Z A , 1 I P MARY ELIZABETH MINER, A.B. . 1 A I' A l , 1 New Castle, Pa. I , DuBois High School A ' l "The Izumi of the diligent umkeiln rich." QL 1 Kalilron Boarrl, rg Fire Chief, 4: M. N. S., W1 '111 4: Classical Club.. 2, 3, 4, CSec- l ietar?--lrcasurer, 41. 1 1 "Murdy's" maxim is, "au small spark makes 1 a great fire," hence she disturbs our slumber 1 1 in the wee small hours. She is full of fun l 1 1 and clever with the ulce and at the same time I ij 11 1 l can accomplish Elmore in one day than most of 11' ' 1 us can m a wee . 1 11 511, K ' 11 l 1' 11 1 1. 1 11 , 'N 1 l 1 1'1 I 1 I 5i.rty-si.r ,lil 11, L - L... L .. . .-1.7.-.-.H--4.11 , 1'1" h'?1' .. Z wifi- -- ' - Y' '-m . Y 14+ -mvv l' -A , 11llj!.4J-...1.:-. 7" f'?,g.1g 'f.114.x.."" .5-.gr:Ag.i.5:." -F.iL.1,3'..-E.-'W ini!-x" "-41.117 ?1 Ziiifmkie Z' 7 Y -' . -f-Q ' ff - - if f- , A-. ..-.,.,i-eq . .ff-1.f5?B" 7l'f7vf', ,f:'iTji-.'.",. , Fl.:-. W ,ricky A may me, . Hg,-Q if e Q-fy U,-,f 1. va. . . if it , ,I 'l-J ' H' 1 merge, i 'fat '- 1- f . Li ' , ..i' 'F 2,14 . r' .-', - ' . U-ff' L."- , Q, 'nm --ri lp- 4-.,'.. 1, -- ,kim 'Jr-1' .. jf","?'- ' f-gy:-1 Q!--fl' ,.. fi' f .1 - - .g.-.eQ,ze2:fiira , ar f va 1,1 U f -,R,4,:,-5 - -- - V f - ,-q AT-xi-5, - - 5 I, ,im It V 'I .153-. -rv-A ,-- f. .- --f '.K'f,4!!?12-51- -1-Qi '-iT'x'.'.j?R I, CL I 1 MY- ' - 13,5-,Q .15 -.- ' ,. Qt'-'fa - l' 'i1'7 F . , f:':55,..r?g:f'f-' .i . 'i l I. i . . e. - i lei .it V it i 4 l ll' ,.. Hr i rl il l Q Q 4-A f Z'i 1 CARL DAVID MORNEWECK, B.S. CIP I' A, A X E Fredonia, Pa. Greenville High School '1li.i'ceeriingIy wel! read."-Shakespeare. Campus Stan, Clteporter, :Q Assistant Edi- tor, 333 Quill Club, 2, 3, Duzer Du, 3, QCast, 1, 3J, Class Debate, ZQ Editor Student's Man- ual, 32 Chemistry Laboratory Assistant, 41 Member American Chemical Society. Chemist, writer, actor, dehater and teacher gives us an idca of "Marnie," who comes down from Greenville way. Mornie has the honor of being the only ,ofheial President of Cochran Hall who actually checked the boys in and Out and then reportcd to the senate. Ilut more than this he has been a student of alchemy and some day we may hear of him discovering another way of making gold. DANIEL J. MURPHY, B.S. 2 A A X 2 Erie, Pa. Central -High School "I awoke one morning and found myself fnmmr.v."-Byron. Secretary Athletic lloardg Football, 1, 2, 3, 4, Petit Salon, 4. One of Allcgheny's athletic mainstays, Dan has disprovetl the theory that "you cant mix athletics and brains." He has even gone a step further than that by proving that you can mix the departnienls of Chemistr and French. Always a staunch supporter of Eric, Dan can even speak a good word for the Clev-elanders once in a while. WVVC will all miss Dau next year, and whether it be business or medi- cine we are sure he will succeed in his line. FERNAND NOEL PARENT, B.S. 2 A E, -1, B -in Charleroi, Pa. Charleroi High School "Tv those who Ix'll07i' him nut, no rworzls tan. firrint. find tl1a.rc who know him, knrrw all 'zrm'd.v are faint." Chairman junior Prom Committee, 3: Basket- ball, i. 2, 3, 4: lluzer Dug Tingley lliology Club, Boxing, 3, 4. liernanrl Noel Parent, better known as "Dutch", hails from Charleroi, and seems to be proud of it, although he never talks very much about his home town? "l'luteh" has been on the basketball squad for four years. due to his playing ability and his fightng spirit. Although he did not make his letter until his last year, he has been a very valu- able man and a very capable substitute. His playing during his last year was of a very hiqh character and won him much praise. "Dutch" is going to he an M. D. and we are all sure he will be a credit to the profession. b'i,rt3".rez'cn 'T ,aff.s.f2r.",g.vgzirf4e.fzg'1f. -L .- f- V' ,W rs.,-' 271 NIE-45' ' " - ' ' ' n' f ' -- 44 '. '. . .Ili I A . KA, lg -" '-.,-.1-7. -. . '-,I. .Ia I . , , -x ', ,I I 'MI ' I " . .-'L-"G, ' 'ifizt-. ' J' ' 'lA ' r x - ..1.'f71.3 - he . l , , I , I 1.5 'I. ""I VI I,- II IIII I4k I- I In , A I W IIILIIQLIIII if ug- I.., I I I I II I I """' . .4 ,qw .I , - A- R- A - ,. .-- ..W,- , A,x It " I ' In ' 'I f- - -IW r - -.r E?'l'1'l'll-gsrgi 'C '- - 4.1:-a:,x'J.1,F-LSI'-'L':.-.ei4.: L"E:I"'i A , c-, A - ,MN A ,, ,- ., I , , , ' .11 f., ' ' - 51 J' Q' -Eg,snQgL , I3 1 I-IIAI II ll I 1.4.1. en-. M.- 14---W - -.-- ' I I- ' 1 I I D. LAVERNE PARKER I II, 'IJ I' A, 117' B II? ' I Avalon Pa. R I .I , I Avalon High School I I I "Puul1ing ix the lowest form of mit- and a I :mm wha fum-.r-" I - Varsity Basketball, r, 2, 3, 4, Tingley . I Biology Club, 2, 3, 4: 'Football Squad, 3, 4: L lllock "A" Club, 1, 2, 3, 4, Track, IQ Craft ' I I Club, 2, 3, 4. I fl l NVline, women, and song have not left this I 1 I I inanIunscatlred. He has been engaged a con- H1 L A I ventlonal number of times, belonged to a ' I " I , college quartet, and as for wine-well, he ate I il I I tended true Snigxr-Soph banquet. As for his 1 4. I nature, ie con esses to clisliking to wait in llulings more than twenty minutes, to depising II' 8 rugs an4glISaturday classes, Wishes l1e'd gone J I I 3 I ont or lln Ret. Ilikes to be listened to when if speaking, and tl'l1l1kS that probably, all con- .1 I y l ' sidered, college girls make the best wives- lq ffom whicgi you see that he's pretty much like r I tie rest 0 us. A , ,., I IJ I I Nl 'll . 1 I" - I HARRY BRUCE PATTERSON, Bs. I II fx fl7K'l',AXE l,'I -III Saegertowu, Pa. A K Edinboro Normal l A , . V I .flctiis aczfum implvt, non .rcgnibux amzis. ' 4 I Craft Club, Football Squad, 1, 2: Track, 1. N I lf! f "Pat" left us for awhile to take a part in I I the XVHI' as one of Uncle Sanfs 'Lgobsf' VVe I YJ are sure Pat was some sailor for we are still -I , I very often reminded of that fact. Since his , ' ' I I return he has been "sailing" through all of K' bt' the courses that one Funds in Carnegie Hall, H 4 I ll li' ' L D. R II SARAH MARY PEARODY, B.s. fl ' K K 1- - . Springwateir, N. Y. Springwater High School 7 , "'.-lmlnitiou is no rnrc for lure."-Scott. I rl' lliology Club, 3216, fliice President, 4J, M. L AI . S., 3, 4. , "Sally Peabody of Springwater, N. Y." hu sounds like the title of some late novel, and I indeed. Sal would make a good subject for anyone's pen. She is a regular girl-witty, kindly, sincere, and democratic. Sal says i, that she is going to be a dietitian. She will I I , be much in demand of course, but no matter I ' how much a dietitian's services may command, I, LII l ' I one feels sure that Sal's "bill" will always be il , I 4 taken care of. fr I I . Q I l , I I 1I I I I fl.. .. I I '. Sixty-eiglzt ,I Htl I Wi II F g lwwf, , .. . A 1 -Q12-A-'rII,II , glgllivi "for"-"l'iI If -,...gf..,.1 .f-ff-'?f'5"g+'5"Q+?!5II ., iSaevgertown, Pa. Lite -'3 A 'fi-' ,'-'E'-. X X I-L" -E'-11,-gfl,-I ' 5 . ll, flqf ly -QQL-A ' i l A f S' fbi'- ahif r W 7.-I A , 4 - ff-':"'.. fi 1 e'1..,. . 'wgi..g,: l, T , X t 1, 1.,a' 2 2-5-jg ,fc-:ff-x-cms., H.,-Hz..-an , . -Ili-H . 1. - Q-1:7 ,, C, A- ,T ' I if ,t l 5 '- -- "C 1 -N51 l g'iJ'P'l-151, Q' ' A.B. A I' A MARGARET ELIZABETH PETERS Meadvillq High School "Happy than art, as if every day thou lmdst fJiL'f6L'd up a liorse shoe."-Longfellow Class Secretary, 3. "Peggy" decided she didn't like the class of 1921 so she stayed out a year to graduate with us. She has spent the second .semester teaching English to the youths of Meadville lligh. She says she is going to teach thir- tcen years but it looks like a taxi service in- stead. Ynu'll find a "Buss" there several nights a week. But whatever it is, she will make a success. She is little but, Oh My! HARRIETTE FRANCIS PITT, A.B. A X S2 Ripley, N. Y. Ripley High School "Bc good, .rzwet maid, and let who 'will be cIcz'er."-Kingsley. Y. YV. C. A. Cabinet, 2, 3, 4: Twentieth Century Club, 3, 4, Classical Club, 3, 4: Cznnpns Stall. 4, Le Petit Salon, 4: Biology Club, 42 M. N, S., 49 Quill Club, 4Q History and Political Science Club, 3, 4. One of the prime movers in the uplift of the young women of the college. Since she is so often a delegate, we might say she leads a conventional life. A source of help to many, especially the Freshmen. If a "friend in need, is arfrienrl indeed," Francis has cer' tainly earned the title. ALTA LUCILE PO-STANCE, A.B. K A 0 Meadville, Pa. Meadville High lSCl100l "Far when. 'with beauty we can z.'irtne join. l'l'c paint the .remlvlance of zz jminft define." Klee-O-Kleet, 2, 3, 4, CVice President, 4, Cast, gl, Twentieth Century Club, 2, 3, 4: Glee Club, 1, 2, 3, 4, CCasi, 2: Manager, 3: Leznler, 431 Class Secretary, 41 VVomen's Stud- ent Senate, 3, 4, St, Cecelia, 3, 41 College Choir, 3, 4. XVe will always remember .Xlta in her role of "Princess Crysantheinumf' WVith her in- fectious laugh and a voice like hers, she will certainly find herself famous some day, There is danger though, now that she has her degree in the Fine Arts. that she will be tempted to pursue a life course in the liner arts of Domes- tic Science. Sixty-n int' i J W I . ,sv -,L fi! 3Z'iL'V.Z'Ln..' ,AJ '15 24 1-.5 E L' AL..-.' 3.4 .1a......-L " 5.4 nf. ?....':h.' in ,A K -A Q' . - V '- -' 'fs-v-2 - 'X- , , . ' "l.,.ai , y l ' . ,,' ii K V . :jg 'Y ll V :f'I-- in V 3tf.i3:'i.'n- ' v " I ig"f?5515,li 'M gg-Y' .' A .3 . - l 1 1, L for T2e'1?fr' A ee '52,3Et. fl 'fl ,.' 1 flfl " 'rr+rl2l111fe'15,+ Iftlfefff-rF'.B-A ,J f l S - e k -fe or A not l l FA 1 '-r-'rr'-r-'-rr-rr-' ,,-. W. i1 lg ' ,,.."' I E 1 r . A 'il ll f ffl GAIL WILLARD PRINYGLE, B.-S. 2 fl L cb K X11 , f- Rocky Grove, Pa. ' fl! Rocky Grove High School ' fld01L'A'L'L'11f'Hl1'l :'crcc1u1du1n essc decet. fl if l Dutton Society of Applied Science, 2, 3, 42 V, t I Basketball, 1, 2, 3. X 1 ll A quiet, -inconspicuous person of slender Q proportions is this son of Rocky Grove. Com- ing from the service to our midst we thought at first Charles Ray was with us. His un- l l L . obtrusive manner comes through the fact, no I tl r doubt, that he thinkslit terrible to have to go r J I Ruth-lessly through life. l-5 l if ,, L fi V rf, l 1 ANNA ROYAL REDMAN, A.B. ll" M: . , ff! E T E 3. I Braddock, Pa. . ll ' fx Braddock High School li' 5 "There is a gift beyond the rmcli of art, ' I. I Of being eloquently .rilerlt."-Boree. J Ann has a lgig heart and is always ready ul ' ld to help her friends. And she can, too, for l. she's a regular bureau of information. And l N observing? Willy at the end of the tlrst week 1 Ji of school she knew where every girl in the -- Ll Hall roomecl. She tloesn't talk much, hut 'Fl then, neither clirl General Grant. '- Q. I . ll YJ Fil lit - ll '. 3 L-I WILLIAM HAROLD RICHEY lil 1 'P I' A 3 Vandergrift, Pa. Li Q s i E1 Vandergrxft High School Ti "Nu ground of enmity I:et1uecn -us knms'n." lf l -Milton, A '1 "l The calm impcrturbability of a stream HJ 1 whose destination is known, carefree joviallty, fa dehonair blithenessg all these and more are , Richey's. Coming to college with that most ' brainracking and nerve-unstringing of all JI question, College-woman, town-girl, Cinderella, Q I . or queen Csame tune as rich-man, poor-rnan-J T' FQ all settled, Bill has been a compendium of sane i advice to wanderlustvlovers. As monotonous , fi as a treadmill, as regular as a metronome, his I visits to the Hulings parlor have become as A cotnmentless as those of the milk-man or the ,f butcher. L fl l , ll ' l I - 'gli Seventy , I ,ti A. --- A' 1, 4 iii' 72 -' -A ,F inn- Y' ff?-the l"' ,af 32 gf Eg -v rf r,:w 3:1-,?w',.r if Eg-2'.E,1f"... 1i'1'i5.'.ie1"!' 31 if-'.f".. fje-2.1 i'S7ifll -33- ' ' 4 we-gs. U l Apgys'-f My . ' ' ' if ff . is 5 f 52 7 ' bf .A ,-TK, -. wil, A: ,V 1' H w ' If . .AP . - 1 ' " i"f J' ' .fl5"','i- Vs-' 'T- A i"w-Lr- I 'gsllxr'-fn? ,-.. " -ri,-' ' 'X 'Y-15 .- ,wgtr-6,9 .-, . r' Y . . I '- . -- ------ A-. ..- .. -..- l,A-' . 'l,liYp?:,?y',:i1?7g- 4 L -- -- 1 .-. ' 1' .f 1 1 i ' 3.fA+i'.l- k -v ' 4 rv- -X N 4,5 A f:.L ggi f P ,, ,. , ' ?':-,alia-, l .Y ,234 , , GRACE RUNNINGER, B.S. A 1' A Franklin, Pa. Franklin High School "'Tis good in U'l'0lfjl msc you know To lzrwc two strings unto your bong." -JChurchdl. Tingley Biological Club, 3, 4Q M. N. S., 3, 45 Ixlee-O-Kleet, 3, 4, CCast, 33. The above quotation is not a reference to Grace's guitar with which she plays away many an hour. Majoring in "bu sy' naturally she is interested in Birds. lfailing from Franklin, she's partial to that well known car. To acquaintances she may seem quiet but to her friends-y0u'd be surprised! MARION E. RUSSELL, B.S. -1: A K, A X E Falcon-er, N. Y. Falconer High School "The best men error prove the wisest, too." -Ti1'0W11lllg. College Band, 1, 2, 3, 4. Curiosity killed the cat and we're not so sure that it won't get "Russ" if he doesn't stop prying into the deep unknowns of Physics and Chemistry: for he is a true devotee of Science. "Russ" predicts that some clay he will he a marathon runner and is developing his wind by blowing a trombone in the band. MARTHA ELIZABETH SCHALL, A.B. K A 9 Vandergrift, Pa. Vandergrift High School "f!ln.r! thc Iozv: of 'zuamunf it -is known Ta be n lovely and n fearful thing." -Byron. 'l'u'entieth Ccnturv Club, 2, 3, 4, CPresident, 455 M. N. S., 4: VVonien's Student Senate, 3, . CPresiclent, 41: Y. W. C. A. Cabinet, 2, ?ScC1'etary, 25, History Club, , 43 Pan- hellenic,, 3, 4, fP1'CSiClEl1f, 413 Class VVash- ington Banquet Commitiee, 4. fllhis stately young lady is an example of enviable poise and dignity. As a most emcient president of Student Government, she has in- stilled awe in more than one humble Fresh- man. Nevertheless, Martha is popular on the Hill, and it will be a Rich-he that gets her. Seve nty-one Jun.-!i:l'l if, "' fig' -',LJi."' '43-r 55IL1l.-..ae3r.-'.i.'fYi1"Ci,1.",4..4 QL" EE :Q.,4:zL,.. 1. - 'Q . " A Tv--'Jig . .-X., .Y ,. L1'l.,.i..-.f'- , . , -51.141-ffM'ae seg- it e -, . if , X I ' , .aff r 35.15 ' r , - , x , R O ,Agate ,E i . i X- lf-H1121 ,. N -.. V ,r " ie- - . . v T-'fi-1'f if n lair'-it,-' . .. . , , 1 54-ire, YSK. I , - ' li" A 4. iv. -. . YT .4 it-V Lv 9 -, V, -..r.1., - H., U, -. VL. , , " -M' 'QI " -'.f,1. ' 'fi " It eff-3-f 552-U-2f'1'if'-E9 g '1 .J n.a+J"'..ue.n.'e-' 'NF' 'Tv'-7 F! eeeef- f - -' -' ff " gi' 1- E ....,F .- Ei RALPH BRUNNER SECOR, B.S. fb I' A 5 Ridgway, Pa. W I Ridgway High School I "fl liouxe puffy is tliegnlmlcxt 'work af man." ' Football, I, 2, 3, 45 Track, 1, zg Class Basket- Qi ball, 1, 2, ,QQ Block "A" Club, ' , V D. 5. A. S., 2, 3. N F lj "Zeke's" had the luck of Job for four years S Cexceptmg the boilsb. If it wasn't a broken i , , hand, it was typhoid or a charlie horse. S0 , ' in place of being one of Allegheny's greatest quarterbacks he's just one of our seniors. 'Q llis great contribution to Allegheny is the . I .philosophy of the hearty laugh and many are ' the converts he has gained. Zeke has loved 5 I Allegheny so well that even his summers were I spent here getting ready for, in attendance at, or cleaning up after a house party. Pl ' li H VVILLIAM ERSKINE SEVERN, B.S. V, 41 K XII, fb B KP Y , - Windber, Pa. f' A Windiber -High School XL' L1 .flmicum pcrdcre est rlnmnorum mn.r1'mum M . ' xyvus. I m Football Squad, 1, 33 Class Basketball, xg i l Overseas Club, 2, 3, 45 Tingley Biology Club, W 3 2, 3, 4, CPresidcnt, lg Duzer Du, 3, 4, CPres- ident, 459 Student Lgenate, 4: Craft Club, 4Q r NVa'shington Birthday Banquet Committee, 4. "Bill". was one of the fellows who left us ' LV' for awhile to serve in France. As an attend- l N ant with a hosgital unit he accomplished some l if splendid work h oth with the French and Eng- . cf lish. Since his return he has been one of Q the most consistent visitors at Hulings Hall bn and lwe understand that his favorite song is 65:11 y." l B r, eq P ALON WATSON SHEWMAN, B.S. ly , A 111 A 9 ' X New Castle, Pa. ' F3 Tione-sta High .School L 4 "My .short and happy :lay is d0l!E,"'-Jrilllll llay. ' To combine business with pleasure, for V , ' some, is a hard task, but "j'ohn" seems to have accomplished the feat. The business end ' V of it has been preparing for medicine, and I I he already can roll pills. His pleasures are V' ba of many kinds. having been a devoted follower I of Marconi and the path to Huliugs. If nick- ' names are a significance of good fellowshap, I his cup runneth over. llis record is O, Q. 1 for his college life is "all good." W I R' l 2 l l i 5 , .S'eI'c:1fy-two X I ' r - 1 e -Y- :ferr-r +-arp 5-as f-:Tre " -' W' gg .1-, 1?-a?',-Liff. Z2 ?..Y11i'.'.s:l'3I33,a -s.,,-:... S: Qs.-n3.."'1-1. Q 1-:2,:,.s... ., . , QfgQa.,,f Y " ir1"1'5YVf5r.+-ge rf- fr'- . , , , ,, ,e , . A , 4 l 4 H ff-,.fi':!'mN fue it , V. ffl' A V ,Ill "5 in 1 Sm' -fl ,' '3' ' A A ' x"gl2.,, N , i f , 5. -- ,ls-'1"'-V .- -- W. ., fJfw.,f'i , v ,.,, 7, ,i,71?"':X I jw ,. 'ji' 5. . i j -- - -' , 4, . u , ' , , ,.,, 4' L' ' 'H ' IlIh' ,f ' ws-5' if A h ' 'IL-"1 -f K- . L., " p,g.f-.':zf':ir:s':e "'-",,'3-4.3. - IMI., f I -. - --,Y -. ' 444' ,ii . ll Q' i, li ,J l lil P11 l 1 ,JN .ll nl 'LW V4 ew .rl .H in r fill . '-. . --'-- --N ----- 7- if - K :wif 7' . ,Vx .Flin-LSL., f FREDERICK EDWARD SMITH, A.B. B 'I' Meadville, Pa. Meadville High School "He touched his harp mid rxatianx heard, ' enhanced."-Pollock. Dutton Society of Applied Science, 21 Glee Club, Cviolinistj, 23 Allegheny Craft Club, 41 Nloclcru Problems Club, 4, Professor of Vio- lin, Pennsylvania Conservatory of Music. Few are they who can teach and learn at the same time. "Freddy" is a true musician, being at present the professor of violin at the Pennsylvania Conservatory of Music. Like most great musicians he is bashful and it is seldom that he plays here on the hill, When not busy with his music he is in the library delving deep into the realm of Economics. MILDRED GLENDINE STEELE, A.B. Meadville, Pa. Meadville High 'School "fl 11l!?'l'1'y heart goes 11,11 the day." -Slial-cespeare. Glee Club, 1, 2, 3: Klee-O-Kleet, 2, 3Q Klee- O-Kleet Cast, 2, 3. Laughing and dancing, Mildred fiittecl through college in three years. She has spent this year pouring knowledge into youth- ful hcafls in Titusville. ,She proved her dra- matic ability in Klee-Oslxleet plays. MILDRED LOUISE STONER, A.B. K K I' Scottdale, Pa. Scottdale High School "CImrr1ctcr is higher than intellect."-Emerson. Klee-O-Kleet, 2, 3, 4, fPresiclent, 455 Le Petit Salon, 4Q M. N. S., 45 French Club Cast, 4. Klee-O-'Kleet has claimed some of Mildred's time each year, but lIiltlx'ed's best parts are played off the stage. In four years Mid has played il variety of roles. Capability, lack of otiiciousness, and a readiness to help at any time have made her a favorite with all of us. .Sierevity-tlzl'ce If v llll f 'fri 1fJ':fi"QT1:L1:.5: -""5. -1: v..T"'..rR,i.'fl-z"L5.'r1,if3'f .f9Yj-2f.: I 1 R if ' - Ymii-Y Y- YU--i ,A . Tai., .Qffi -.l , - 3753-, .q , -1532 ff, Y uf'-.X -Y-'--. f AG'-L --Ass.. ... - l . - -4-,f xy 1-,Q . H , 1 N 5.74 X 4,1,f --:GQ K - X- 1, . , I ' X-A bs ,'7?, ' . -Sf! 1-f: . ' A 1- , . 4 1 , .. ,J ,f H.-1, . f . , , . . , ' V . , fs ,, l .37 I ., ,- -.,. . . , 5 I -Q' ' :rg 3' r ' . v. - l if 'u ' ,' i 1 ' ."l, .f..5'f. 'f '-- 1 i -l'.l,J.- 'fi ' ' Li' - -L57-f. ii? Q iw- ,i i if j K., Xpkh 6 . . fp, I t ! .r vi L --Sri +1 . '-ff--wg .J rlllff l is s r K ff-gi ,' fi Y' r ----- ,:Q.g.i' ,'.- -3 ' Y-V.,.Cwt 1 - W ' 3 ' ij J . -:-,gs-i... ,f .v,,. ,, ' s-154151-.ffl-'7 A 2,1 " , i?C"' " 'e"'1'?i?3TT'f'ifTr"T li l l ' U i WALTER PHILLIP SVVANSON, B.s. , 1 KP 1' A, A X 2 L.- ? 1 5 Z Ridgway, Pa. .N '- lA, Ridgway 'High School f "He that hull: a beard is more thug! akyoutlrf' 1 5 ' - ' I3 'espeare. 'P' D. S. A. S., 2, 3: Manager Campus, 4, Assist- N hx mir, 3: Glee Club, 3, 42 Class Basketball, 2. HA- No! He is not from Jamestown as you fl' l note, but when it coines to Swedish S0l1gS, i1 N I I yhlalter has tufxes ofl his own. "Swans" will la Q Je rcmem erei as tie portly looking Cl pl 4 J A door man who doled out the Campus egefy H It ' Wlerlnesday he ,Hhzine there." VVl1ile he nev- if 11 er hed any gictlvities to speak of in the Do- H K mestic Builclmg aboye VV'1lcox, it is rumored L I that he studied considerably about town life. KJ F K K1 W , , p l - ' - l l l' el 1 RALPH ALPHONSO TH'E'URET, ABJS. f,. 'li A X P ,' if V ,.. Meadville, Pa. iv' ! Meadville High School H J! 1 i "Honor and fume from no rondition rise lf Us i Act well your part, there all the honor lies." i Those who know NSlll'iIIl11,, 'll k tl t - ki, I this singular nomenplature cloese nopoeliardii- .rg fCl'lZC.fllC.S1Z8 of his heart, for his favorite V hy l ayocatlon is helping the other fellow out of 4' lt difhctulties. 1Althoi1gh his Senior year has been H spen o a :urge regree in the service f H. Y fl Northwestern, ,Ralph hos proved himself is Q1 1 loyal Allegheman by hemg "on deck" when- 1, Li eyer possible. He has found Chemistry to he 1' his 'strougholilg even to such an extent that JI heningetgls to-do gracluzite work within the T 18 0 arnegle next year, i iw ,, F4 "' RUT-H ADELE TUCK, B.s. L K A o fl find Roseburg, Oregon 5 West High School, Cleveland ' . University of Oregon F "1'l'itli tlzcc canwersivzg, I forget the 'ligyf' w - my. A CmnpusMStaFf, 42.1iZll'tl1'U11 Board, 4: Quill hi H Sllulxfhgt linggey Blologcal Club, 2, 4gSCl:1ss M ' asimg on anquet ommittee, 3 l - 're more Tennis Tournament, 25 M. N.! S., zine rg 5Ruth's chief interest, perliaps, lies in thc I I ghology deyiairtxnent where she spends much of ' .,'- 1er mme. - owever, sw is interested in uearl 1' every phase of college life. She has distincsli A . and decid-ed views which she does not hesitate it 4 to express, gnil possesses much ability to il -' accomplish things. Qne con always tell when ff Ruth is near by her infectious giggle. f J ' V1 nl . H- - . E fl i. Q Sczfcnty-jour ' ,Q Nl , ' ' """' "' --f--M, ' 1 ,, 'Y V - 'il' if Y ii' if rw 4-YJ -fr 17-rf 1r'r'-1:"'Ya-'-1,3-' -r,gH.gnr5'.,"-lr.-W' "ra-7'-'x.,1"'J:Q ' -I is.- 'A 4 , .4 ...- .Lf 4 4. .. .f litmz' .T-. ,- fx. ..-is-:vii-lfotat. , Ln It Q, ,w.g,g::f' , tnseeifggl 1-if ' ,.'-V, 4,85 I rv' n Xia", Q'-' .X ,- x w 47 V Q . l : 'U' avg, lj nl, ' '-4.x .N Y xl .i v , 3,12 :V -. A M .1'J-:253-glqlfy 53 , 1 , N Y ,t i ,..,.,,.g,.t.T.2-as-.'h,4...:..,a-,.. ,nj wwdiygfj ., 34 113- 1 y I' A .LM Nfl' fi- " w ?T-if 3 ' in A W,--W-:"::'i9Y?5V" Qfagsilfh x ' Nlxlnlfx 'HEZQI gp.:-Ir-2 f:.sCr.Ln... fsjgzri-y 14 Q-5,,.', ,ll-Q , , . ' ' - fc' -i .4-' H 14- H eu f' use are e'r s 's 'fits 'm r - -so . iEg'g41,,'gi 2" " li 5. .?... H ....,.-... i li KENNETH GRAEME VIRTUE, B.S. pk fp A 9 ' Lakeland, Fla. EN Akron We-st High School. ' "Dorwell with ihc weight of centuries, he .ll leaned."-Edwm Markham. Q "Pancho" arrived from Mexico with a li choice collection of Castillian profanity. He . is another of the disciples of rest. Being a nephew of Pancho Villa he is looking forward to a great future, but it will be of the swivel cw chair kind instead of the bandit life. At pres- ent he is undecided whether to be a Mormon I missionary or a steamboat captain. Regardless is of where the path may lead him, he will be found at the top of the list and always capable of handling the situation. H . ' HAROLD 'GLENN WA-RE, A.B. J 417 K NI' if Gr-ee,nville, Pa. ' J Greenville High School , Bnxix rirtirtziui. Constantin. V lluzer Un, 2, 3, 4Q Modern Problems, 3, .43 PN I History and Political Science Clnh, 8, 3, 45 Glce Clnb, 2, 3. Professor NVare, of the History and Political i Science Department. A little man who is hw , known as "Rev," and sometimes the Pros- pector. For several years he has been pros- fl peeling, and, although he will not admit it, the I writer is confident that he has found gold. '.4 t l -' I ' l M I RALPH HOLDER WEAVER, B.S. yi B T, 'II' B fl? Carmichaels, Pa. L Clllll'b6I'l3.I1Cl Township High School "si I-itrlc cmffhatir 1!lLll1.J'mDlCkE1lS, n Chess Club, 3, 43 Class Debating Team, 23 Philo Franklin Oratorical Contest, 21 Extern- ' poraneous Speaking' Contest, 3, 41 Student ,x Senate, 42 Cass Soccer Team, ZQ Varsity De- , hating Team, 35 Duzer Du Cast, 2Q Moving J l Llp Day Committee, 3Q Tingley Biology Club, , . 2, 3, 4: Biology Laboratory Assistant, 4. ii This shows what a man of' science can do when he makes up his mind. Not only has - Ralph demonstrated his knowledge as a biolo- gist, being Biology laboratory assistant, but Q also has he been a consistent debater. Add an in thtsc facts the fact that he is a senator and ' that he has off all of his work for an MIS. 4 Then one is thoroughly convinced that here 4 is a man of.ahility and determined will who Q will succeed in whatever field he may enter. Sl '. ,K v i Seventy-Iir'c v i ,ll ' ijniiggr ' LQYQT' ,fY i Y i---ff, .git-L-felt, ,Q li7""-7' " 3' 'rr' 'V 3,g.2.'j.5.f-7SZ!j!'2,i' iz:-e' 'L It-..'ilQ1k"'J1t.l f'.1g."5,..'n., , , - -1 V ' ' U , -W . I , i ', : ., - ' P iiqffgb .- ,' .. '- . -- . ith' fit "1 " " 'Mil' - ' 1 icuii' "rw a M I y ,199 :f1:c3.?z5.2f:.i.e.ir , . 4 l 5 r . -5,1 V .4 t 'Y . . rn4ir'i"3..-1. r' ' he ,-,e1f,+,-,,.5,-, . s ' ..,x s r -sf. ffl: t , .' ', . . D'-A Q iv , ,- lv: ' - mt r- e 'r.". , .-. ff fly . "n"".x .. ' . - IJ. - rl A- , 3, l, N", ' ' ' Ygiff 1 I 1 a . X 7 P - .,..i . 3 ill, t,g:gs..'1C'f"..e.i3f.Re.1'v.f"1'a. Q.. 111. :Q ".'P".x' 7 . .. Y. .- .,..... ,,..-.i4. ------1 fl-4 91 4 P I' f Fl! ltl ti rl li . if M W .ai All K l 1 tl YA 1 l H V Li? U' fi S-1 I , ' eg ..,4- 7 . M , . ul .Seifcllty-,v1.i' LOUISE H. WECKERLY, B.S. K K I' Chevy Chase, Md. Meadville High School Hllfluch may be .mid on boili sides."-Acldison. Biology Club, 2, 3, 4. George W'ashington University took "Weesie" from ns last year. True, we have her back among us again, but while she seems the same busy, cheerful 'WVeesie" in most respects, still we all know that "VVeesie's" heart stayed at George Washin ton. 'iVVith the cold neutrality 0? an impartial judge" she has deftly and smilingly side- tracked all proffers of advance royalties on personalities which their owners thought worth producing for her approval. Super-eH'iciency radiates from her every gesture and into her senior thesis has gone the blood of many scores of victims. Her only inconsistency lies in pinning her faith to a career and the pin of another to her sweater. CLARA M. WELLER, A.B. E T E Springboro, Pa. Springboro -High School "Heart to conceive, 7lllfl'Ul'5flllldilIg to direct, hand to c.rccntc'." Y. NV. C. A. Cabinet, 2, 3, 4, CNational Convention Delegate, 2, President, 459 Eag- lesmere Club, 3, 45 Klee-O-Kleet, 3, 4, Klee- O-Kleet Cast, 2, 32 History and Political Sci- ence Club, 3, 4, Twentieth Century Club, 3, 4: M. N. S., 4. From the beginning of her career at Alle- gheny, Clara has unseltishly devoted her time to others, Although associated with the more serious activities of the College, she is always ready for a good time. ,She also has the ability to act as we have seen by her imper- sonations in the Klee-O-Kleet plays. NELLE 'OQUILLA WOOLEY, A.B. K K 1' Scottdale, Pa. Scottdale .High School "H'l1a loves, ru:'c.r,-'Iis yuzallfs frenzy," Le Petit Salon, M, N. S., 4. Nelle's name even suggests that she is dif- ferent, She is one of the few girls that could go out all the time and yet have the good fortune to be excnipt from her exams. Nclle has formed the apex of more than one eternal triangle, but no wonder, for she was one ot the four college beauties chosen last year. and she has a charming personality that wins all those around her. I NA-,M W - f W W , f , 5 .,.,,-,.--..... ' , f Y Qlgijfgfi ap, ,H ,. t -of 1' if' lk-rl 3-I 3--v ,ri ,W '7't"Y?".g1,,-,pig ,flu 1-J..-14.z.."3.4.3....-. "W7'1a.",-'A 1.. .ir tu. Jn. .f l bij-, - --'J 'if-g-' .'y.Q1"--lfsf-EER, :HQ -'R xx , - sy P.. P K - - , ,pg-"' -'si ' ' ' P J 3+ , - Q Y .AW fl X N197 1 . . ,I , . , V B, .f gb, f ,Q-L - - V , V -1 . , ', g ,',j,"f1L,n 'gh .HV .1 ,, ,A , A . ' l5ui?3Kvf-' -ff - -' '. - ' - V , ,,-.,,. V , f.fg,,,f1 f' fr, ' lm-,, . . "if f "1 -Q 'g1"7 'iS31IP 4 7 'J -I V"'l7f I' fl 4 77 7 pp-:m':L::'rLf'c:!-I1 . 'z 4 2931. .V1.L sl1f-5-H4-rl-'EI 'I '-'fifl , '- i A1 ICQ - 'Q,."Lf f ' W jr P H A +L 54 gf E IWIIIWN4 , ' t M ik hjlffyy WM N 1' JU W' HW, W G H A. ww N f Wx? 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M f' t73::'Y4 mmf'-41,71 1. - Q- 7 2, :ramad-vu J, -N:-Qtzg-g"qf.st:if' 3,, W s as i 9 i 7,2155 Y i E E I 1 1, 5 is J , l ' S 61115155 nf 1523 9 pg f , J I -1. Gbhirrra G Z 'President ........ ..... . .... .... H a rry Miller L ii' -5 Vice-President .... .... D orothy Leeper I 5 Secretary ....... ........ P aul Clark ' , 'i - Treasurer ..... .... R obert Russell K' ix I i e i by ri Glass Eintnrg i , , gi 1 We climbed the Hill with an the rest l ' Three years ago. i Q, X And now we think that year the best 1 , -A Junior woe!- ' I That year we still had three years more, fx ' But heedless, we L' jg ' Spent all our time in wishing for ? il X Our twenty-three! ' . i Our Soph'more year we loved our school j li -Old Aueghe- X X I H' i And showed our love in law and rule 1 wi if 'Most ev'ry day. 13 , 1' 'Twas Freshmen pranks and Freshman have 'X Y Y' ' Concerned us most I I H And banquets where our word was "Dare," ' 1 Were all our boast. N ' s ix Our Junior year we cast aside- i M Soph-more eonceit. X A M And donned instead a Junior pride I N i That is more meet. '1 Activities engross us now L xfi And haunting fear i gf! That we must make our final bow ii In one more year! I W U V Sez entx nme Unllnug 'TLs'tLi.W?4.m n- 'CN Y ZA.-5 I. I -'.-l . I I , X531 'YA 2 751. ff TEH- I- ff Ji " -fuk . It -A '17 I 'X' 3' -' I- . -, I. ,' : '-X 1' In V -J ' I ' I. W' ,' .21 lr' fgf I.- '.-4' H' -I 'X ,XI .gg ., nf. I I -'P ' 'J If I I LMI- '. ' " .- I . ' f -- . .. I I' .' - 1- I1 I . UP- . .Il jf. HI FIC, i5r"1,V --. . , -If-'l"Tf7f"'I -I ' ' 7 ' 1 I' F-amcij-T.,-? .L IIA'-HIYLV-'-:ZFVTLL-Itggzi I rev rg-o W V I , fid'q.":1 , I 1 A , iv QQ- -I 1 -I-I 4 .. -7. . .. ,Tc .Q , ' --I -,L inf ,g. jf- 211.11 V' gf, jig' 'H-:lr .T I Q1-4-:.1Sf'3x.tI,xe:'s.2'A'.532.x-K I, 2 .. QI-. . he I . . . ff- f- - '- "-,fig iii.. f-L 1. , . T., -Y -- , . A-- Qilkii?-i ef' F Ollann iRnl1 AGNEVV, RALPH PALMER. . . .... 1 .... . ..... . . . . . . .... Poland, 0. . .f me zum .visa o e. F AVERY, MARIA PEARL. . . .... ....... - .'. .I ....... . . . ,Meadville Q I ' 0 not hx 1 Iere. 1 4 BACON, RALPH DELOS. .. ........................... .... A leadvmlle 1 I ' Light fooled as a. fairy. I V' N BATES, SAMUEL P ....... .........,..................... .... A I eadvllle , A l'e1'If1y Delta Haofvla boy. I - 4. BEECHER, 101-IN JAMES .............................................. ....... 11 msburgh f .May not Iurve an H. H, girl, but maybe the H. di H. Q Q ' , I BLODGETT, RUSSEL CONWELL MILO ........... I ...... ............. , . ..I'redoma, N. X. II I, 'I He has ewwugli naiwies to identify him. 1 ' I Q BOAK, RAYMOND HAROLD ............................,,..... ..... N ew Castle I , Fish for the Shifters, . ' BOLLINGER, CHARLES AUBREY ................ . ........ .... 3 Icadvllle ., He can draw a check any lime. , ' BOURQUIN, VVARREN DUCRAY. . . .................... .... N leadvzlle 3 ac to rerupcrate. BOW'MAN, HELEN JANE ......,..... I. .... il .......... .....,....... I iaue IE,S a write. I I' BOYNTON, CARLYLE T .... ........,,........... . ..... ..,.. I M alworth, N. Y. I .4 good man ,qui-ng right. ' BOZIC, JOHN HERBERT. ..... . ................. . .I ......... .......... J eanette I He'lI make a speech am' time. H W BROVVN, MILDRED BENNETT ........ ......,........... .... D. Ieadville , I U soap. BURDICK, EARL RUDOLPH ......... ............... ........ .... C o I egrove ' I I My wu'rd.r were mean! for deeds. K1 , CANBY, JOSEPH EDWARD ........ ....... . ..............,. . ..New Castle . I I two minute egg. V If I CARTWRIGHT, OSCAR LING ............,.............. .... S harpsville 'Ir 'I' The pride of Sharp.vz'ilIe. 1' CI-IAPIN, GEORGE VVILSON ..... . .FIT . ........ ....... ..., I 'leadville n et malaria . CLARKE, PAUL XVOODWORTH ................................ .... I icneva, 0. 1 I . .4 sleepy lad., but good on night work. ' COCI-IRAN, CHARLES I-IOVVARD ................................ ..... N Vilkinsburg I I . He cam sure raise a racquet. I, I 3? COLLINS, GRACE ESTHER., ............................... ..,. 1 Jortland, Ore. I I Jzaxt is Eaxt and Mfest is Wert. I ' ' COURTNEY, RAYIXIOND STEPHEN ..................... I ...... . ...... Guys Mills . ,I Uncle SaIn': assistant. ,RQ I CRANDALL, FLORENCE MARIE .... . ............................. ..,........... E dinhoro , ,bw ALE HCRA.fgLpuScKi2ufHi1dKglriggyae-1Uitl1I or 'witlzout the man.-and .vllelv lzupgu I O k M I I I D ', - If 1" ........................,............. cya :L , ..ic1, . E I Gone but not forgotten. 4 DOING, RUSSEL THOMAS. ............ ...... ................................... E I iinbnro Q1 Candidate for Prime Minixter of the Tlzouxawxd Isles. I EIMERS, MARION HELENA .......................................... .... R ipley, N. Y. F X ESTEP IVEY BURDHXilie must be a nice girl, "we donft know her. 1 d- K . I 1 1 , ' L ...................,..................... . ......, n limi! 14 1 Clzairmlui of the Shifterx. W FINNEY, EDWIN ASHLEY ..................................... .... N feadvihe As a .f1lV"Z'Ej'07' l1e': u good p1'nIu1Iber. FLEMING, IRA OZNI .......................... . ....... .... ..... ..... l I i dgway I P A nice bay, thc family'.c pr-ide. 1 I 1 GERGLEY, EMRO JOSEPH ....... . .......................,........... . . .Mcfieesport ' , ' ' Slings a mean typewriter. W GERHARDT, MARTIN LUTHER ............. ......... .................... ..... J o I mstown ' X Yex, boys. PV. J. B.'s right. There ain't no evolution. I GOODWIN, KENNARD HILL ........... .................. ............. .... L I I eadville A very much pre-ocrnfvied man. l 'N GREENLUND, TRACEY ELLIOTT GLIDDEN .................... ....,....... VN 'arren A I Y Look what fell ol? the Cllristmas tree. " Il' I GRENELLE, ALICE LYDIA .................................... . .Rochestezg N. Y. AI I I A flozver that blooms unseen. ' l '-I GRENELLE, VIRGINIA ..,..... Z. ............. . . , ........... .... I iochester, N. Y. I V N If Give me lots or gmc me none, ' I I ', ,I HAFER, GEORGE BYRON .............................. . ........... ,. . ....... Coraopolis Y I I IQ Yes. heir the clfieerleader-the idol of the Freshmevl. 4 I 'QI HAMILTON, MARION MARGARET ...,............................... .... C onneautville N I II Try Vlfalter Caml7's Daily Dozen. . " I I ' HAMMERTON, OLIVE FITZRANIDOLPH ............... 1 . .. ..................... Meadvzlle 1 fr I A good companion, on anything from- a fudge party to a luke-if you don't walk too fast. - 2, ," "I HAMMOND, MARGARET LOUISE ......... . ................................. Reynoldsvxlle W ' A slick girl from a lxick town. I 11 I I! . W W. EV 'Ui i Eighty - , ILL II., I -- f E A '.Q,I A I .Il l , -+4.71 .-1144 mf' " ' " 'Y T" """ ' ' " 'T ' 'QfIil':""1' -A I I III "-f1-'-,..4....u..'-v'v'1- 111115. 'fl J,-J-- J I Il-1-,Tiff-.L 1-1--, -:f4.: - 'W' .+ 3-'Ili "..g.-2-1 4 -4- '- 1- l A-J 45: 1 LLSQE- 4 f 'Y-f ---Q--Af' I Y , I L f'- .ff-E ,fi -f "' wdisxx -. .- fl"'f"Li.fq-?. iff' I - 'fslif 2119. Lllfl' ll .L -. fi f-1 L ,l 4 - :gow , fkf, 1,d,,.-,1h,,..,'l, jf- . it-XX A A xx A +i3,.1,,,,.3g7y,.? Q- :L Wjjv, Ll -'Q' if' 4- -.5 1' ' f I A ' 1 , " ,- y . 5.-'Rl -i"vJ- F' W -Q M '1' 'L 5 . x .L ,f . . C 1 ..... 1 Tx, ,U 'A 'wg -Yhqlil av- YQ- 'L-N I ir l, . l' -" 7' 'Xzx :.LJ4,4- W..'4?J, , A A '63--I , '2Y:'.f" LQ' 11' ii1,,'l'.,1 " .- rl' I h I 'T' ,'-f - J. I N V7 -I Sher if ff liflwig Tkffjf- if - .M-.- - , - .f --- 1, 1,5 1 - J W 'f. A-" .-1' . fy I -V--A '-- +- - . L- 6' . . L L aw L fi-ffH,.:r'::L'.g A-vi L' L LEE-4E ee -5'-Im -,fins-F"f',,f in' -1' QL Q l IIENDERSON, MARY CORA ................,. ........ . . ,.,, Cunnellsville W Tootielv sweet Pataotie. ,4 HENRY, WILLIAM LOUIS. .V ................................. ..... B lairsville -1 What honor .vy.vteu1- did you mean? " HIMEBAUGII, JOHN VVALTER ......... Q . . . . ...... . ........... . . .Meadville f Say 1.1 wills music. W IIINES, KENNETH ARDEN ............................... . . .Meadville N , Au ull-town boy. , I HITCHENS, FRED STENTZ .............,........... .... .... . . .......,.. N lclieesport Q! Fred walked -into the l'iou'.r den. i JOHNSON, TRACEY LLOYD ......,......................,.... ....Cattaraugus, N. Y. l Young-maybe innocent. iq JOLLY, FRANK LINDHOLM. .................................... .... 1 -Iouston, Texas - . 1 More energetic than a Texas 'Tl1L'0l'lJl1Ck, ' JON hh, W. M .............. ..................,................. ......... I - Iomestend ' H Now when I edit the Campus. . KELLY, ROBERT II ...................................................... Salamanca, N. Y. .fl ,fi t ' tl b rl. I KING, ELIZABETH FLOTSAM ....., ll. . ............................. Meadville 4 Town Y'0I71:L'51f,-Illllflllll-,E' thi.s hill's what built mc uf-. l KINNEY, CHARLES EDWARD ...........................,............ .... L ouisville, O. P I He know.: more about himself than we do. 1 KIRK, I-IARRIET RUTH ......................................... ..... N louesseu ll ' Th' ausu' r ' "I l ." , KLINGINSMITI1, RAY LAVVIEJEN . .nj . .l. fl ............. ..... C larendon 'l I' urs. f . .' K' KOEFORD, MAURICE E ........ 0 ..u ......... E .... ' l..'f7f.f'.ff1f ........... ........ E ieaaville . i 4 A popular "R-ink" but cheap skates keep 0174. 1, KREUS, VVILLIAINI HENRY ........................................ .. .G0wa11da, N. Y, UL Q Q N - Me! llfhgv I play in the Band. N LANL, QILORGIANNA ........................... . ....... , ..... .... L :mes Mills V' "IV: only me--little, Izulnble me-" 1 LANE, RUTH li. ................................... , ........ . . .Turtle Creek f , .-1 .rlzudv lane it wus, X LARSON, E. EDWIN ........................................... ..,. B roukston Qi I care not for the role of caummn. mmf, My L EEPER, DORO'I'Hgf ?TEYENSdON ..... t ........ il ....... ..... .... . .. . . .Terrace 4 on 3' za more tml!! to tc you 'vi t ' fl in y LElf1f1NcwELL, HELEN LUCILE ..................... 'f.f'..f..lf'.f ............. Meadville 1 lfVe 'wonder if there were enough curls to go around to all the boys when 1 - Lucille babbed her hair! l LOOMIS, HERSCHEL HARE ............................,........................ Larimer Hc likes to think of himself as .vomeom"s Herstlml Hare Hera. LOUIJEN, LINNIE ELIZABETH .....................................,..,....... Tarentum H LAFI l-Rly Ruin 1 chose the "Hue" I liked bext, xl P Mc' "If " , "2 ..................................... .... - lison ark "Guy" me :ll you please. Q MCCARRAH, ROY FRANKLIN ............ I .,........,,........... .... F rauklin I LVL' prolwlrlv know IL-im, but just 'who ix he? 1 McINTYRE, JOHN WILLIAM .................................... ..... IV Ieadville N I I I'll newer bob my early loclex. I MCQUISTON, NELLIE ISLANCH ................. . ........ ..... IV Ieadville . - A .vzueet young Ming. ' MAIION, ALEXANDER WALLACE. , ....................,..... ..... I ndiana ' Guaranteed to be perfectly lzarnilcss. ' MACGOVVAN, LEONARD FRANKLIN .......................... .... S methport 'N Handles that discus like a Greek of old, , MACK, BLISS BENTON.. ................................. , . ......... ...Titusville rl N No telling 'what he'd been if he aflzfertiserl more. It MARSH, IJONNELL .......... ..... ...,.. ............................ .... X ' I l aterford gl At home with a rake, but don't misjurlgc him. i MILLER, EUGENE PORCI-I ................................. ..... . ..... .... A 1 t. Pleasant M H 7 flnother fat, fresh, uud foolish one. lfVeed 'cm out. lx MILLER, HARRY CLARENCE. . . .I ....................... . ........ ..... A Ieadville 't, . 7 , d I ' I' , , : MINCH, DOROTHY KATHREN .... 1 I, Hill. flhl. . . wh' ........... .... C oraopolis I' ' ' I. P l IE' d . 't, ii MITCHELL, IAMES I-lEliBERT?3?.TTltl .... f'.f".'fl.'f..'l'lf.' .,.. ...ou City ' ' ' t I' I' k' I. II Mooli, PAUL V. ................. if.f'f..'l'l?.ll.lf'.s...'l'f ........... .... 5 aegmown ' 1 Dou't hearken to his stories-they're naughty. ' MOORE, FLOYD HARRY. . , ...................................... .... N Ieazlville ' i They davit run the chapel gauntlet for him. I . MOUNTSIER, SILAS RUSH, JR ............ ..............,....... ,,,, B e Ilevue 1 1 1 My pa. heir got a .m'wmiIl. 1 MUMFORD, ILDNA ELIZABILTIIS-.I...Ii ............................... .... W arren e , I I d - 'L W MURPHY, ROBERT LOCKART. . .1. . . gill. . .................. . . . .Bellevue li I-le travel.: by freight. Slow, sure, and usually lute. l - Eighty-one '- I. . . -, ,L . -L M L ' I , . ,,-- i. .. -K 1 1-wffamx M--. 1 ' ' ' ' 'V f . -. rv ' ". fr u.',:r1'W v li, .. .WEN '- A5 .1 ' .-1: 1- -1 ff ' r if-1511 gif ff' f. K - , 'F ' , ." 1 ' Hn-fp-. W' - 42-111 'T' " W ' 11 LQ, W 1-' , ' 91.-1111, 1. Af " L ,14..ff,g:11.5,,1 1.6: - 125,--1.13. '1 W + .1 gk 1 5 1 ,z.if,.-.f..1,L.L-1311. i--Q2.:,?7'??Q, f . 54? 1 1 I "W1f,1y:.,,-s I , I -A 1 ...Lf H :iff L-ig, -- --1 'A ff N b ' l I 'nw' l - ' 'W f"' 'M' "'J' ""'-W H" W'--f - 1' -A ' 1 ,. f- -- f 7--' , , - ' 151111 X 1 1 1.11 1 ' XJWFA- 1 'l"ffi"?-75:3-1-1-TIM ' W WWWI?E'f-Fig gf 5'-11k-1-112-L' 1. 11 WNW., - - so E , 1 - 1 I V I W' T' 1it:.if,f2,ef3f?i-1. ' or il TW if W I NV gx'4:.i3blbxrgQ'-'-"' W 1-lm 'Q , . MUSSLER, DOROTHY ELLEN ..... , ...... .. ..................... ..... A Iclieesport Q Sheared! lt is a. saving on hair nets. NEELY, CLARENCE HERBERT ..,...... ............................ ...... I 1 'raukliu He don't know how much pep he really does have. W 1 NICIIOL A DALE Youugstow 1 1 1 ' . ............................................... , .,.... .... . ' n W ' W , Don't you dare put that in the Iil1Id1'011-. 1 W W1 NILES, VVILLIAM HENRY .................... . ........................ Spriugwater, N. Y. 11 P XRKER WILLI Xu Jlgfgeigginglfor three years and still not done. 1 W 1 .L , 1 I' , ........... , ........,..,......... ......... g X -1 WW He still likes his linzberger szlnmlwiclz. va on 1 W WW1 POND, GERALD THOMPSON. ................................. ...Meadville 1 " 'Tis hard to keep a pond on a lz-ill. W1 " POWELL, RALPH MORRE ....... ............................ .... C o chtantou A "riw:r rat" but not a rodent. 11 1 PRATHER, GERALD DEAN ........... . ..................... . . .Meadville 111 Q Can eve-n kid himself along. W W1 1 RISHELL, RUBY R ............. . . .... .... Y .... .... . . . ...... Johnstown 1 0 mr, an e1 so c 1e. 1 W ROACH, JOHN STOVER .................... ...................... . Pittsford, N. Y. 1 -As handy about the house as o cockroach. '1 1 ROBINS, KATHRYN CLARK .........................,............ ....... 3 Ionessen W lf at hrst yon don't succeezi, try, try again. W W W ROSS, IULIAN LENHART ........................................ .... B1 Ieadville I h In lave's melancholy, he prefers "SteeIe." I 'W 1 RUSSELL, JOHN ROBERT .................................... ..... E dgewond . WW ' A dead shot on crows. '1 1 ' SCHAFER, LEONARD ALVIN .... . ..................,.......... .... P ittsburgh NL 1 Q Got his sta-rt under Dr. Solzarlt. MW, W SCHANK, DOROTHY MAY .................,................ ..... B Ieadville 1 ' W E.re1'cise keeps her thin, W 1 SHAFFER, HELEN MARIE .................... ............ .... S c alp Level Alas, another chemical. 1 W Slow, but sure. W W 1 W 1. . . . . W W .Sfmrks at Ins best -1mtl11 one gurl 01ml a few stars. 11W.1 SIMMONS, KATHERINE LOUISE. ......................,. . .... Youngstown, O. SPARKS, SAMUEL M .................. ........................ , .. ............ Tarentum 1 11 STEELE, SARAH E .... ................. ............. . .......................... R u Ffsdale 1 1111 W Illny be able ta decline "love" in Latin, but 'we will have to ask Julian. I W 1K Wl STERLING, HOMER ELLSWOITTIQLI ...... . . . . .......................... Meadville 1 1 f'n1lL a' "o1' 's !" 1 11W WAI STRAUSS, LEDA ETNA ..... S if .... ff .f .... ..'f'...1.I.'i ..... .... I Ieaclville W' 'ze comes rom a m.v'c 'rx . W WR W SWANSON, ETHEL MARGARET .............. fl. . .z. ........ ..... S heli-ield 1 ' They aint no bud Swedes. 1 W TATE, JAMES HARRISON ....... .............. .............,............ ....... E r i e ' 1 I 1'd love to be loved by all Hulings, but best of all by yan. 1 W W. THOBURN, CHARLES STANLEY .......................................... ...Meadville Give him time, bishops aren't made in- a dav. 1 1 TITUS, HARRIET P. ......................................................,. .... . .Barnes 121 TOBIN NI Alwstggazlgvkspeakiflg, keepin her good graces if you- 'wish an ' ." X1 l 1 ' ' , I . ' . ....... . ....................................... ..... I Wcieesport W 1W, W In spite of S. A. El We like 'em independent. WI 'W NVEBB, PAUL ADAM. . ..... I .... . . .l. . . . . . .I ........ ....... .......... . . Erie 1 ' ze 1111-11 titn 2 ee er 111 :mining on lim. ' NVILLS, 'CHARLES HOWARD ............ I ..... : ....,............. .... N ew Brighton W W' WIVINIER C11 xRL11,5 ROBERT H1 shakes 'I wicked font' M d Il 11 1- W ' , - 1 ' ' .............................,... ..... - zu v' ' WW W- 1 W Wirnmer, but he doesn't mind' -wimvneu, e I e W WL WISE, VERNON LAING ....................................... ..... 1.4 utler lflfise, and otlzerwise--?3' ' WWOOD, RUTH HAZEL ......... ' .................................... .............. C orry . 1 Her tongue will never wear out with talking. W1 11 ZURBUCH, FRANK STEVVART ............. . ....................... .... VK lheeliug, VV. Va. 111 l Got a ctgarette? I W ' 1 1 11111 1 W W W 1K 'W 1 1, 1 1 1 W W 1 1 1 M? 1 ' 1 Eigllty-two 11W W 11' -i--M - - - fi ,,- ,: 1 . ,. .-" -..- . ,L g' '-.- W 11Ei:.f'.. 3.3 H'.Q.Ei'.1'.1 ::z4ii'g1:?!.gsiiT"'..,.:,. sf.. -,".:.-n'fL.'f..-'5.'4-fLf11"'f. ....L..2"'-1. 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" H'A.'-R. .ivan girvgluf .fi it 5 .W A . . ,f-lim '- wisititgg- , 4 T ll' g,w 5 is ' n I s T l I 0112155 nf 1924 ,J xl C' , 'H Gllliireru l , IN' President ....... ............ . ..Harold Houser ll, ,Ui Vice-President .... .... .... .... J e a ne Bowser M ' Secretary ....... .. . .. .... Sara McQuiston X Treasurer ..... ........ . ........... .... S a muel Alter Qllaen Mixture HQ' All Meadville recollects the day she gave our class the right of way and I if followed us a1'ound, believing that a former class had come to kneel upon the l , grass and bless the college ground. We looked so big and dignified that people 3-Mf watched us open-eyed and once we heard them say, "This is no ordinary troop: 1 i it must be some Alumni group, come back to Alleghef' 'ilu Of course the upperclassmen tried in brutal ways to crush our pride: they 'i l planned incessantlyg by day they thought up bloody schenresg by night they 1 , J 3 fought with bloody dreams of what our end might be. To them our pep was l N something rare and never were they unaware that we knew more than theyg is , , so half in fun and half in fear, they used to lay for us all year to keep us under J? way. They cut the Freshman crop of hair and made our Freshmen women X' ' wear green bands around their armsg we flourished that fall and springg sur- vived in spite of everything Cincluding fire alarmsj. We won the Freshman i 1 poster scrap and showed them we were on the map in nineteen twenty-one, and ' standing on their collar bones we yelled in loud and fearful tones when all the , V N work was done. One evening in the crowded gym, each Freshman called with , N so much vim his great and wondrous name that everyone with all his might 3 ii kept up the cheers so long that night, we couldn't have a game. Our men went , 1 out for basketball and every triumph would appall the crowd that watched 3 I them play, of nine big conflicts, we won eightg the cheering echoed through 1 ,- , the State on every winning day. l 4 X Well knowing that our class would score, a half dozen profs or more, of 3 ' perspicacity, began to talk of thesis stuff: the hints they dropped us were 'j i enough to fill the Yellow Sea. We realized the fact ourselves and resting now j on storage shelves, our finished products lieg we wrote and typed them months t ago and in another yearpor so we'll turn in our supply. 2 I ' X At George's birthday party too, again there came to public view the class P1 , of twenty-four and with the cream of college wit, we made ourselves informed l of it a couple days before. Concerning this triumphal ball, there were no se- ' J crets left at all,-unfathomed in advance: we taught the college how to shout 5 until they tried to put us out: we taught them how to dance. The Freshman girls at Hulings Hall stole posters for our stunt last fallg V all night they were engaged in printing what our posters said and on the stunt day had them read before the thing was staged. But happily they missed their guessg they could not bury our success by using crafty powerg the audience in one accord were all convinced that we-had scored and clapped for half an hour. , A little dating now and then is relished bythe best of meng and every age- ' ing Soph remembers how a year ago they saw some cases start to grow that J l1aven't yet worn off. - i l The college profs appreciate the way we work: they call it great, and praise us all the time, assured that in our brilliant Way we've made their job of teach- ' G ing and made their lives sublime. No Sophomore has flunked a quizzg we 1 don't know what an "E" mark is and in our shining ways, we've shown the i profs that we have brains and down upon our heads there rains a constant H flood of "A's." Phi Beta Kappafs sending in an order for a key-like pin for V every Sophomoreg it knows exactly where we stand and wants to have the V pins on hand in case the prices soar. This great old School of Alleghe has " If , never seen a brighter dayg we are its very propg and as our good name upward N l goes, 'tis said that only heaven knows just where our fame will stop. gr 1 1 Eighty-fF1'c 1 Pg! i ll -V F - ' -1 f im' iigiiif 'si A WYQQWSTWWYY ' --' 'Ar Ill, "T " ' Y 'W' -"Q, ,--L-L, ,-L-.- L , - f.,'-T-I::,.fQxx rfb' "CRT: ,"-:'r- " , I I., W-jf. in , . 'I ' fzylff' ,,X,?.? I I ',-A. , . f' QL- F. -11 1 II I .yr . . N'-f'-P. ' . ' F-. I . - . , ..,,,,, ,-f IA- ,. ,,:,-, ,, .M . . ., . , V -,,. - '3 I' 3' . FJ Iwi-r J . I gpbj, , - " - . - - I .wp P. 'fx A . I . I. . I ,fr-ran -fam., . I ' :I f-4. . . , A , ,,- ,II , 7 5 ' ,vm NL- Q I .i N 3 I.L.i7':V It 'rf 1. ' ' L. I 1 -' '- -- - - J.. L' 'I . " " i ' r , L, K f , ' 1 ff X J-Al," ' LLL? af. ',.i,4 ,I ?'Z'.x..':'5- '- 1- IUII, . M - S I If I 'no or L L ' F Y lr L r f ,I I'--Q.:: fl' IGI: f I IL I I Gllana Bull II III ALLGOOD, SARAH VENETTA ................ . .... ...................... I farkers Landing Sho like.: all merclmntx but cx,t'eciully Slzcwmmz. ALTER, SAMUEL ASHE .......,.................................... ........ 1 'arnassus Z I, The Mlm About Town! I I ANDREVVS, GLEN IFAIRMAN .... , ...............................,........... North Girard , I' 'II Ax Imol1tI'Ir.rizIc as the .vlmdow of rr, drmrm rrmlrerzlvrpt. W 5 I BAILEY, VVALTER LEWIS ........................................... ..... C zu'michaeI5 ' I I Docs he belong to tlwir circus? H I BALDXVIN, ELLIS KENNEDY .............................. .... j amestown If .II , I "The Mau lflfho Iflfozrld be King." I I BARNES, SYLVIA MARGARET. .............................. . .. . .... New Castle I - "Who is Sylvia? lflflmt is .rlze5"' I I , BEEDY, MARY JANET ................................................... . ..Meadv11le I , A dangerous carnlvination-a red'lxenrlcd girl and u Forfl. W . K 3, BERLIN, LEONORE ADELINE ...........................,....... . ............ Coudersport I 'yr ' , . Q WIlIcre will 'we pa1'k'er? Q . , A - BERRY, VIRGINIA LOUISE ..................................... .... C ambrxdge Sprmgs I Q "Don't be afraid to smile,-me Pcp.rodent." L I BIRD, DONALD PAUL ..............,........................... , .......... Meadvxlle I I Ho has hard -work 'who Inu 'nothing to do. I I BLACK, EVERETT ORVAL ........ ............................... . ..North East II , I , A rising young Ki Rho. F , I I HOVWSER, JEANE REBECCA ........ , ........................... ....... , . . .lxrttznmmg I II I OYD HEI EN ADLLINhlfVlIat fibs those 1'ogI1Ii.Ylz eyes can fell! C b ld SP1-,ug ' ' 3 - .A M: T ' ...................... . ............. .... a m rl ge 1 s I, 'IHII I A YoIIIItlI'.v Comlwuniom I If BRAUN, GEORGE RAYMOND DEWEY ................... ...... ......... 1 ' Ittsburgh N UI The Little llfinister. B H u I II BRAUN LO S A... ................................................ .,.... e ev e I I ' I Curly lockx, curly looks, wilt thou be mine? , I 'II I BRIGGS, EDITH DOROTHY MAY ............ A ....... I .............. ..... IN lclxeesporr II ' ON VN HARRH T "YM-step.r" a-re moe to .vzt on. Meadvme 5 I . BR 'I , 12 ....................... .............. . . . . . . . ' I . I Sflfnce is golden. , , I I , , BROWN, LORIMER GEORGE ......... L ................ - - -MBHGVIIIC I ' WI N L I N LDNVNRD Daddy-Long-Legs. NT 'Id me '- RQ BROW EL , JOI 7 III- I ........................... ---VG V I An. AIIIHBCI-11' Gcntlcrnan. I BUCHANAN, MARY ISABEL ............................... .... J amestown IL Even. the blues malre her luuglv. , , ' - I BURNS, ARTHUR ROSCOE ............... , .................. ..... , .Hxlharda I Ig' , "High and Dizzy" A U I 4 I CARROLL, RUTH THELMA ................. , .. ..... . ......... .... I 'rederrcktown I "Speak to me only wmtlz thzne eyes." - I I-'II CLARK, DALE .............. H,..M..H..'iI...?l.d .... ,Hd ....... ...... . Geneva I , ' . . . 'e . cnerfa. I I CLARK, RALPH A .... . ..,.... II...Ia..IfI..e. .5.I.fI ......... ...Meadvillc I O Sally forth and get 'er, xv , I ,- f NALD H WIARD .............................. arren I I LO ILE' DO Howe, about it, Dons' , ' I COOK, MARGUERITE IRENE ...................................... ...Meaclvxlle I "But cir1I2'i.:'ed -man cannot Iirfc 'witlmout cooks." . I COOK, MARIAN AYLEEN ............. .N ........... . . .Meadvllle . o wr one. . ,lr I CROSBY, FANNIE .........,..,,..,....,...........,......... ...Meadville ' I RU FH .Ifly lI07l'I1il? lies over the ocean. XI d ,H ' CURRY, GERTRUDE ' -- ....................,........... . . .J ea Vl e I " I Life looks good from wlzere I mn. h I CUSICK, CHARLES LEROY .... ...... ........ ..... .... I 'xttsburgh , I must oo ' II: man 71 . . I DALE, COURTNEY MILLER? ..... ..... . ...... , .,. . .- .... . . ....... EI-Ie ' ' I It c ' I rom cxmn. I DAVIS, LILLIAN LIERRILLALIGII. . .1.I. . .... ............. . . .Columbus 'I Sl1c'll never be poor 'iulrile :Im has "Nichols," - DEVORE, LEROY CLARENCE .......... ...... . ................ ., .Meadvxlle II, I , , BuIic'le's galore, no Bmclfzr Delfore. V , lx I II DOOLITTLE, MERRILL VVARD ............... .... ............ .,... L o I 'ry I ' II A 1:onIt1'mlictian of hi: name. ' I DORVVORTH, MARY CECELIA ............. Q ................. ..... . . ........... Oil City I ,, Don? let the "Dough" slide through your fingers. I , , . . . 'I Y I' DRAKE, DOROTHA MAE .... -. . . . .......... : .................. I., ......... Lambrmdge Springs I ', "II 1: good to be zvzse :md not 390111 so. Q 1 I I, , DUNDUN, ROSCOE C ........ ...................................... ........... L d mbm-0 I L , Over two hundred po-und: and only' a sofvlzomore. 1 . 1 IIII, ,I, EATON. EVERETT BARRY .........,... . ............ ' .... ............... C a mbrxdge Sprmgs ,L I ' At home 593 Baldwnv. I I I EATON, ROBERT PIERSON ..... . ...... I. . . , . . . .. .... ..... . . . . . . Warren , IZ " am" 'zvzaf nm. 'II 'II 13' It ' I ,I , ,-. .. I IIII I L - . L . I RTI .Ai-iq' A35 I fia- 7-51 LET!-"LA'A-E214 L 2- LL":f3"l'g'f5'-113I ,' ??1I"??" 'f-Tf Ifif- 7 -A H- nf.--...:.-,141 Q .r ' 'r-IZIFIJ li I 'Q I,-uh if st -,- I. H., 1.1 ,e' 4'f'.gLg , '-, f Q-'X F4 . I ,- . 'f' -1 3 ,1,f' I - III 'L,4.JI. II" ' 1 IX Q 'XL' -.,- 32: Q PZ 'I ix, i-Ji w ffl Alf 'Lg A Q. 'lj' .1 , ' .PFI ll i ' ' xx .- I-,V . CO' I I 3 U. .asf -IL-. --I-nf. I G f " - . 151-wr... .- "- Q 4' ' mbgf-'1qe'giggm'A'f3q. -Qf.,i2Q ERI A II H' . f'i?"".G'- .. L., 1 'TA ?"l"M-liTL2.:?. gqggf-'p w 'f I I 'T I,A-'V ",jwfII1E5:QI-I 'iifil.-ggfgi?Zi""r,1:+1.'i"'ffj5' A . ,YN I .Q , .V ,, ,, IA., - If I its -i .. i K l i ,IQ-xx-:-I -L I ' IA. A , ,. ,f,,. i II I 'vI .: 'e ,lib 23.7 -,y r .X-'..::-I' .' ,. 'L1'Q,-C 2 E- I ' f? '- ? " II I1 Wiifi- i.x'Pvf'f':. 575592 ' I., IIII gifs!-it-..v' I I I .II ELLSWORTH, RICHARD WATSON ..........................,...... .... IN Ieadville II As noisy as n dixlrift school let out fp Nav. I FRIEND, CLYDE L. ................. ,.... .... . .................. . . ...Cl'1't I II This friend is 'not a Quaker. al on , IPRIES, ,IOI-IN JOSEPH .........................,.............. . ...... Eric I' 'Him No chance for Hulmgx. Already on ice, II II FRY, KENNETH BELNAP .........................................,........... .M dville I Writes .vlaries for St. Nicholas. the Lit print.: them. ea I" IN., GAGE, CHASE RICHARD ...................................,.......... 'Cambridge Springs I. GAX5:rEIGEIi1'l1i'qSGeIii.is blatted inspiringly thru it ull.-Booth Tarkmgton. X1 d YH . , L A .................. ............ . ................... L lea vx e GL XIX VW-INDLLL BXUM A Millionaire of Yesterrluy. Ol C :II ' I ' Q . ', - T ' :- . ..................................... .... ..... i i ty , I . "Marily, lblarily, life is but a dream." ' Q II , GILMORE, FLORENCE ISABELLE. .................. , ......... ..... S andy Lake I II l am an artist, "let me work." Q . I 1, GREENWOOD, RUTH CHRISTINE .....................,. ........ E ne I, H, Then. niong came Ruth. . ,I I I GRIMALDI, JOIIN ..,....,.............. ........... .... .... IX Ieadvxlle , , I curl 1' r 4 1. tu y. I GVATSOVSKY, LOUIS ANDREWII. . . . .li IL. f'.'fv ........ '. . .,... Pittsburgh I II Grabuwhixkey for short. A 1 I I IIALDERMAN, Loxs .......... HMI ........,... I ...... i HEI. ..... I'ntsburgh I . I ' ' ., ' e' ' 7: G . HANST, GEORGE STANLEY. . .Ii .,l'fl.H. . . .CI ll. . ..,.......... ...Lamertiue I I His lzlcar eyes run in gutters tg hix chin,-Dryden. ', HAPPELL, GEORGE EDVVIARD ..................................... . . . . Saegertowu I I I L H NRPER M ARTUA Come -up and have ha haffpcll, xl d -H . I I . ' . , I - . ................................................ .... . ' ea V1 ' I Do-n'i let tlzeln jolly you. abou.: the McFarland. e IQ I HAVICE, CHARLES WVILLIAM ................. .... .... ,..,.. ...... ..... O i 1 C i ty . . A u1ath.cf's pride, u futlrefs joy. . I I HILD, IWARGARET E ........ .... . ............ ................. ..... I freeport I " young nmu'.v uncyf' I1 'II IIOEI-ILE, ARMAND FREDERICK .,....................,.......... ..... P ittsburgh 'I " , Ta hi.r Ford-"Whither thou- goest, I will go." Il 'I IIOUGI-I, FRED VV. ............. W ..,. ....... ....... I ........ .... IN Ieadville I "1 oss from IH fume," Ag - Iam HOUSER, HAROLD RAN SOME. . .il ..... I. . .l. . . .I ........ . .... Meadville II , ' o v'x- ver, a'zu'.r fini' . I 1-IOWE, JEAN BE N1-.1 ' ........... I ........ I ...... I ' ........ Hmmm I I ON W1 Ol I k I b I T " ll now tzc est jose!" ' I1,' HUMMER, HARRY DAVID ........ . . . ...... ........ ., . . . .Meadville ,II 1, "l'y wi e, my i e." I' -AVI HUNT, WILLIAM HENRY, ...................................... ..,,. X 'oungstown '- .I Sure he can find her, but Willie Hunt-eri' U Ig I IL ' INGRAI-IAM, DONALD RIDDLEJII ....... I . ..... ...... : ........... . ..Tnwnvxl1U A .v buzzing ax nn enigma. - , ' r I IRVVIN, DOROTHY BELLE ............ n. . .U .... I .........,..... .... 3 Ieadville 1 I I I- 4 W 1 Her hum' is stil! her own. JAMIESON, HUC,-I-I CRARY .............. ............ .......... .... X V a rren I -H-NNINCJ5 IVA Llxbs They go wild, simply wild, over mei' M ' I ' ', X ' ' ....................................... ............... I fri I: Y 1 Not near us 'wild ax Al. e I I+ I .II JONES, RUT1-1 ELEANOR .... TH, ..... In .... i ................ ..... 5 ouuwule, Mass. . II ' 'hiary to cf., emvy to rlxe---" M II JOYCE, BLANCHE GREENILEAI1' ................................. ......... IV Ieadville I 'I KIN1 AID VVALKILR W A movie name. ll prima donna voice, W 1 I .1 '. , . ' . ........................ . .................. ...I cxi spo-t II ,II X Eternal smilex his lJl71f?fiIll?SS betrays.-I'ope. ee I . 'I 'I KNAPP, I-IORACE BYRON ....................................... ...Conueautville AI I II Our Drummer Boy. I 1 KUDER, KATHARINE ........................................ . . .Meadville I I My mind to me a lclwlgdom. 'II I LAFFER, ELLEN ELIZABETH . . . . . . .il ...... ................ . . .Meadvillc ' ' I fri. 1 -nroun sfart. ,I LEFFINGWELL, GUERDON ELISII Af ..... . ..,.................... .. .Meadville A I "Like two sin-ge gentlemen, rolled in-fo anal" II LEFFINIGWELL, WILLIAM LAURE. S ............................. ...... , .Meadville I' I Q If liehari a- flag, would he' call it Bozuscrf' A' III -3' LIGHTY MARGARET REBECCA ,.....,,....................,.... . . .Homestead Park '. I I Om' rolnmeneement 'weelc date still open. LILLIE, HOWARD RUSSELL ......................,............ "They toil not, neither do they spin." LING, RUTI-I .................................................. Assistrmt lender of the band. LORZ, THEODORE .......................................... "!fVlien you say oui, oui,-la,-la." LUSE, EDWIN FRANKLIN .....,......,,................. . Yes, lze'.v loose, but ivhy. . . . .Ripley, N, Y. . . . . .Meadville . . . ..Meadvil1e . . . . .Carmichaels E'iglr.ty-sewer: DEP? I . I 1 I ' 3.21-" 3 " X ' X qi.:-: fl.. X XX.-.1-X XXX ,X - X, X -ff 1-51, ff ,f'rfr- XX XX .X ' X -gif.. , u ,"l XM' 'fvi?X:':Yli 'EXE' .fa A XX lb' ' f If l tbx- ,KX -' 5 -f' X' X -.XE - p X, ' .fy X , . : Ap 'X -17'-...rX'5X... X X EX'-,V 'ij 'X.fXg.g, X ,X,f5QfX!a.,X,X:-22-5, L ,1f...Xp J - L r-2 . . ,Xgpg ' . ff-,X lf, XX " XX ' "'1X'Xl' f azfgeefy. 42,5 14--,XXX E+' ,. HX L: X qvggir 'j. . ., .3 -ery if -XX T' 'QQ' '- 'f i4 e. ff.. -YVY . Y. dv YV 7.1 I ag ,T ' . ,XX . XWXX. ft: -..,.1.A..Li.,.Tf ' . , ff -Avy , I-, XX XIX -M - .X . D"'D X 523, --X ,j.,vXX X XIIXQQ 5. ' D r 3' fl:'7XfT-3 X XX - +-- 1 :2:E-aegis .:,a6Xw,XF'j.-.XXX-iwXaq5'?a,2Z :5i-1rf ii Ai Y gli X Xl X'XX X X X X XX I X XX X 3 X X 3, XX XX McCLEERY, Louls sM1'r1-1 .... X., ..... I ..... X .............. ........ s aegel-town X XX X X .Stzll belzeve: m Santa Claus. X XXX X XX XX MACELROY, WILLIAM D ....,... .......... . ................. .... Y 0 uugstowu O. X' XX 'X XX M Thought he'd go out for boxing. ' 4 X X X MCDONALD, MARIHA CATHERINE .............,................ .... 1 ieynoldsville - 4X X X XX Page Maclz.Se1mett! l'nL going suX'imming. X XX X ' MCQUISTON, SARA LUCILLE .......... X ..... . ...,......,........... ..... W ilkinsburg X - XX XX XXXL X Love me httle, love me long. X X XX EX XXXX MILES, CLYDE CECIL ............ .V ........................... .... G owanda, N. Y. X X XXXXX XX lhe last long miles. L. X X X XX X X MINXCH, MARION MINERVA .......................,... ....... C oraopolis X XX XXXXNXXX X 1 Q Q J X Music hath charms, ' X XX X MOEFATT, 10511.11-I CARL ....,... X .......... ........ ......... . .... . . . .. .... Mclieesport I ,X X" XXXX XX The Talk of the Town. X X X 'XX 'X MOHNEY, DON X POPE ........................................... . .............. ,Ridgway X X XX M0017 XxRDEN7lEAY31gkv cmmter-tenor in Lafayette chair of bolibed here.qX. 'X . XX X X : x, . ' .... ..... .... , ................... ......... . ............ S a e gertuwn X X XXXF From Saegertouw. Let'.v help him live it dan-M. I H XXX X X MOOK, MILO M. ............................ . ...................... .... ' fitusvnlle X XXX' X X Venus' broth-er. X X XXXXXXX X MOORE, MARION LENORE ....................... I ............ .... N Ieadville X XX X X X W t X ,Im d - d X . XXX'X'X XX MORGAN, DOROTHY M.x1u'.e.,f1f7. f'f?.f'.f'f'f.f.Lf. .e..f1.'fX.'f'?ff... ........... slum-on X'X XX .- name fo toujure wztl. XX XXX X MORLEY, LIUBEK1' ....................................................... Youngstown, O. X X XX X-X ' "Agreed to differ." X' ' X I. -X MOSIER, AYLEEN MARIE ..............................,....................... Mcadville 1 1 XX X XX XX Her voice sounds like the tiulzle of a bell-but not Liln'1't3'. X XX - Y NUNN, LAWRENCE HILL .................,............. .............,,........ R Ieadvllle X X XXX Leave the Riff: fa those who lzaeqiseeq. a little of the world. XX XX XXXIXX 'XX . . .X X X Q X were are Nunn hl.e Gmgew. . X XX XXXX XX OLMS1 EAD, RIARION CAROLXN ............................................ LDIIIICZXUY, O. F ' XXX' Homestead: nrer1't had for the nxlriag nowadays. . ' XX X OLSEN, ET1-IEL LAURA MARIE ........................... - ....... ...... N Varren X XX XXX X OLSEN TILLHXA M XRIL From "the land of the midnight sun." XJ XX X XX XXX , ' . " ............... X ....................... . .... Spring oro X X Y XX PAH ubov L XURLXXLL 1 Hnling's Information Bureau. L X X X XX X ' .- "' ' I , .f N " .... .... .............................. ......... ' o c ranton XX - Q 1 X 4Thev that reap must .vlzeaf and bind. I I X XX, X X PERKINS, HARRIET JOMEEPLIINMI3 ..... t. . . . . ..... XX ..... . .I ...... . . . .Cambridge Springs X X 'X .X c owe orcex ersure ance a a X'e1'sX' . X X X ' X PETERS, MYRTLE SOPHIA .................................. IT. .. ...,..... Braddock , X X XX U "ZlIuch Ado Aho-nt A!l'IHli1lg.U X - X X X X ' PRATT, ROBERT WILXLIARI . ....................... ..... ..... ..... . . . Pittsburgh ' X I IIHXL little, but I'm miglzty. IX XXX X XX QUAY, ALBERT HARRI-SQN .....................................,........ .... ' fownville XXX X X Quay, frohticmn and .vtate.vman, died in 1905. PVho's W'ho, X X XXX QUINLON, NIARGARET ..,....................................... ........ .... B X Ieaclville X X XX X RANVIN M XRY XXI CLUR2Nf:ot the blush that comes from the bax. XI 1 Y XXX X X X x-, I 1 I c ' ...... X .............................. .... I 'cieesport XX 'X , ' XXX X "Ga1ly" she "wen.r" her way. XXMX X , REDMOND, VVXALTER RIARTIAL .............................. .... X 1" d 'Il X X XX . Avzotlzer hill climber, A ta V1 E X X XX XI REED, DOROTHY ALBERTA .... ..... ............................. . . , .Mcliean X X- X 'X XXX A 'wild flower e'uel'3X child .should knozv. X X XX REYNER, CHARLES EDWARD ....................................... ..... I .eeper ' X r X. .4 born gambler-lakes long xhatx with u transit. X X X XX REYNOLDS, ELSIE ELIZABETH ................................... .... A Ieadville XX X XX XXX' XX' X 4 Some day l'Il be a Lydia Pankl11Xu'.ft. XX XXX X XX' RICE, HARRY H. ............................. ............... . . . . .... Indiana ' X X X X Hair-breadth Harry, X XX X ROACI-I, ALICE STOVEXII. . .X ..... . . ............................ ........ 1 'ittsford 'X X X . - 'fren :ing 0 oacfx, her ' X "b " H' d. ' X XXX XX ROBINSON, HELEN GERTRQDE ............. . . . . . .... ... . .New Florence 'X X XXX lfl'henX they do fall, thev'll fall hard. X X X X X ROBINSON, KATI-IRYN ...........................,............ , ....... Bolivar X XX XX N V I 1 Oh, Marte, where is thy sting? X XX X X X ROSE, DOROTHX MILDRED ........ . .... X. ................ ..... G xrard ' X XXX X Q Q Vamjwlng Rose. XX XX ' XXX X X ROSE. DORA MIILDRED ............. . ......... .... B raddock XX X 'XX' XX SI-IEA, NELSON JOHN ........................... ' ............ ,.., L Ieadville X XX X 'X X Q X Q Q Oslxuy, doe.: my breath xmelli' X 'XX 'XXXX XX. SHIVELY, wA1.'1'1eR 1fRE1+.cE ................. X .............. ..,.. Lamartine X XX XX The Ki Ro's are training him. right. X X X ' X SHULTZ, PAUL HOVVARD .... . ........ X. ........................ . . . .Turtle Creek X X X No Xrelzmon to om' "Doa" X XXXX X SIEDLE, 'r.u1zODO1us ANTI-1ONY .... .......................... ......... 15 vie X XX'XX X'l May be 111'e.rizlent of Dutton Society some day. X III X nl Li-ighty'eight A H X XX 1 L -- - - . -H- .L - 4.a2X. X' X miie' 3-LJL' 34f.."'3jL31' ?'.4:J1fii'?.ZxT..".3.,Ii".."f.s." 4:n...4.... .-Lx.. X XXXQ-?f:2lf T .: ' fr r TL D E' 'La -X .f-- 4, 1--Y "' - .P f ' , A Lett. . '- nf-Xxx A .J 1 ' 1-fa.-5. wr , ' . "?4:...- f L--V, ,,,I.je4f:I I, ... - .A -en. '!j.,,.1.,q5.QN, II.f5.If?iI ... .rf2HfffZ37J+iQfI.I'x ,P '. ' I D- 9fftIfE2S'1 'W 73' A - vgpy n, C '. -4 .f fi-fiy ' f 'Lf' .L,.'m'-m.-, 213 Vi T524 '- -' 1 1-. 'f - - ' .."- 1-Luz: gm. 1. - . :L ' JI 125. . 3 :im H--I - E 'IrfEN- 5 Img, f VA-"Uv I, V- ' "' H " .'I E 'f l' 5 - W--1-1-w- 4 'I ,- x - 15 M ' Y A ' . I. I - - A .. I SKELTON, ALICE. ....................... . ........... . ............ .... . .Sheflield X I I 1 A spooky name, but sl1c'Il .wan change it. Q I SMITH, KENNETH ALFRED . . ..... . .... ........ .... . . .... Saegertown ou't o ,, - r t ' . F I SMITH, VICTORINE. .... I, ...... ? .... .gilii . ........... ...... A leadville H I I "Vu:torme. n lcmd of a peach," Webstefs I-nternatiaxlul. I . , .SM'ITH, XVILLIAM HOWARD ......,................ .. ................... I .... Turtle Creek . I These Smiths-his grandfather started geology-better -watch this one. L, I ' STEETLE, ROSS PATTON.M. . .I ............... . ............ . .. .......... '. . . , .Indiana I I ere fx .' rv v r. t 'zz fr . f STENSTROM, JOHN RAYMOND? .... S Il. . ..... . . . . ....... E1-ie E' . H Y N - M A' lgaotlegger in disgmlvc. I Q ' IANINILHILL, WILLIARD 1'RANLIb ...................... ..... 5 cottdale II. , 1 . Q I The Original Shifter. , .fl FEFFT, C,HARLEb ILWIL1 .................. I ...... I ....... . ..... Irwm Q IHOM ,Xb ThRhNLh W Great Enfwectano-ns. M d -H . ..", "' " ............. , ..... : .............. .... ' eavne Eat, drink, and be careful. I I . TITUS, NELLIE ELIZABETH .... ..... . . ......... . . .Barnes ' :rec 0 a my - TRENOUTH, FLORA ANTOINETTE ................ ,. ....... .... S heiiield ' ' I VINTON JOHN RUDOI-'PEL' sure and bring Iwme the "I1acon." ' Clah-mn 1 , One can I 4 . ' v . A J I I WAGNER, ADRIAN CORNELIUS ...................................... .... A Ieadvmlle f I WAGNER SAR IH GERTR6IgElt my face maxsaged every -week. B dd k LI I' - , 4 . . '. ........ . ...................... .... o c I I Ken he make her Fry? ra 1 I 'I .I .. .Meadvillg I I ' .' WEBB, ARTHUR BATES .................................. . I Makiws af a darn fine man. I I . WEIGEL, CHARLES BERLING ...................................... ...... E tie I 'I I Whom Satan has bound. lo these eighteen gvenrs. ' ' II W1-IIfl'FIELD, MARY MACLEAN ...................... ....... ....,.. .... C r a ftou A I. An all round girl. Y 11 WICKHAM, ,NIARY BLANCHARD. ............... ....... .... R 0 chestdr lf I 'I Not quite all dated uf. W I I I WRIGHT, MATTHEWV VICTOR, JR ................................... . ..... Erie II I Empty ears blasted bv the east 'U-"l'7ld.-GCII. XI, 27. I . I I I 'I ' . I I . I . I 1. A 1 V 'A+ 1. , 1' iff? I I ' IQ I HI .I .I 4. III 'I' .N I I I I l. :I - W' I: . ,I II . w . IM 'I I' I I ' Iwi W A IIII II ' ' I I nl II I ... If ' ' I . II f .I I. I I Eiglzfy-nine I VL - I i -g4gi4 D I ' ' F: ' ' 'VT "7IE.iL'Ezi.2?I - L v N VV i 'Qgzlcfgga ' "' V iff? Z if , C, 1- .. M, ,, .. ff' L Q v . Vufv., . www QW H 5 - -' Y-,dip 1-TIT". - -.. , . f -- 11,11-:..--K: .1 1 --,Iv bg 1-' ---.41 'E X i+J?ffT" " VV . Alf' ' . I f ,1,4...gg .. ' ,1'3'!E'k!' "W "Lf ' ' ' f- 'g . 1, Q' If 1 .. ,. wg- ,, ' 'MQ' I' - -6.1, F., - Ef5':,E"1'51,'fz:r11-"- f," f-'ll f M + 2.-1.w " Pi V4 91 if J1 ALLEGHENY comics Ii, J, w-HS --- EDU-N-DED um " 1115 - IT HAS A gf FAC!-VLTY 0F-..-.. Xa .- 5 Z 1 6 3,4 I 'H is E H51 Fil P1 ff ll 'si Fi L! W I? dLOuDERF P "I 7 " LOUDER! 3 rg g LETS HAVE SNAP ,Nm , .H ff ' some mom: ,T ,, Eg, 2 Qun' Gasrupes H 3 ?f wtf:-:Krissy-PUR , Pi fi wave 1 A5 START me af I 2143 U 3-+ 'i,L'i,'i,. ':.r.'LE.,'2 WX r ai 3 ggo Q bligfllulg Q 1' A ? W f u 'Q fi L XL- Zgfi ffgfggj, x l ' fl "i 4 lHMl?'L I V1 Yfff J!" ' x Li f fl "J ff 7 l ,. 7, lg , f ,, N gf Z L Br If fi W , lm gf f..n.1 -.1 E B"j.c1..1f3:fg.ii, iii 'Qi-,L'2.z 51547 5??'w"W1' ' M.: T .1-.mgfg , , '72 ' Ypiv. p. A ' ' ng: -. , , f'- ,gf,w,fw.- , , . f 911'-1 .1,. -.-...., . . ,,. . ,W nl, , Vi -we ' 1 11' - so :, 1-":'fi:i::'ss if M -. ff-mf fe 1 sg ,..,,p Vxfjfsf,-isg.L1111111 ,Qi-if . I, 1 .LGS 1x 1 i gh - 3517111 ' 'lt -1' ' ,, If '- .1 1 T-'77"'?.i:1.f,if 'f"2fQ-ft' 1,253-' 1-1 Y-TT-3 . I X' . tl' 1 'Q-gk: -.-v re. v-.,L,i' 4 M1y1 l-if JJ-VM. N- 'v ' use 1 1 1 '-, -. ' , .--. n- - 'N -- .1 111 21- g?,1f.,2 SSH V, tif 1 1 1, Qisfqff' " 11151.-?if3"' 1 1 1 11 1 K1 1 1 ff' Q 1 1 . 1 11.1 Qllumi nf 1925 1 1 111W 1 1 1. 1,1 1 1 11 11 11 Qbmrrrn ' 1 1 1 11 President ....... ......... .... C l iarles Hammett, Jr. 1 1 . 11 vice-President .... ........ A lice Townsend 1 Q 1 F " Secretary ...... .... W ayne Cummings 11 1 Treasurer .... ........ F rank Mason ' 1 1 1 . W .. .1 I 1' C Gllasa Eiztnrg . 1 ' ik 1 ' 1 1. It ,WL ' Our Freshmen have not been here long and they are young and under age: ' A we knew that it would all be wrong to even let them try this page. Assuming 1 1 113 . that it would not do to put their work on Kaldron shelves, we editors attempted . 1 1 1' to write out a first year's tale ourselves. The story of them must begin the V 11,11 '11 day we watched them stand and stare, when whole car loads had just poured ' 1111, in from Pittsburgh and from everywhere. They stumbled up Park Avenue 1 1 and bowed before Old Alleghe who gave the bunch a stiff review, swung Wide j 11' her doors and let them stay. The boys were lean and lank and wild, defying 1 1 11111 1 all authorityg the girls were small and sweet and mild and wore green tains 1 1 1 1 1 becomingly. One night when school had scarce begun there crept up Bentley's 11 11 1 1 dark old stair, the Sophs who had their banquet fun and not a Freshman girl 1 '11 was there. Defeated in the poster scrap, the fellows cursed their luck and 1,111 4111 frowned and then their hair blew o'er the map and many heads were slick and 1 1' I1 1. round. No wonder that they roused our cheers parading on the old gym iloorg 1 good naturedly they took our jeers, not knowing what the jeers were for. When Freshmen who had lost their hair were coaxing on another crop, girl 1 .1 111 barbers sprung up everywhere in Hulings Wholesale Barber Shop. Professors, I 1 . in a startled way, saw halt in fun and half in fright, the college girls of yes- I 1 terday turned into children over night. It would not do to publish now a 1 1 ' 1 record of the little scraps, or we might tell the public how the girls were forced 11 1 U1 to wear their caps: or how the daring Freshmen menlwho tried -to get around ' ,, the laws, were sat on every now and then and held by upperclassmen claws. 1 1 4. 1 For all, they've seemed to learn all right, considering their age and sizeg in- 1 1 31 structors say that some are bright and some are merely-otherwise. The class 1 , ' I is loved by Alleghe who still holds open wide the doors and in her big and 1 11 hearty way invites them back as Sophomores. 1 1 11' 1 1 11 1 1 1 713 1 f 511 1 . "U ' I 1:11 1 1 1 1 W 1 Ninety-tlnree 1 1 1- 114 -r,- "V 11 L i in - 1. -L24 111s . f - , if Y 'Ti Q" -, ' 'iff " " - . +L n .ln 155 1,31 l 1, ',.n . A ff Ag ss. D 1 , f ,gf if ' . . ' '15-,Q1.'.j" ,- I. . Y , . T---A 2 QQ. wi' - I ir.--A-55:1-:f....""--:.2 s.:.f:'ii'.zLLi' 2 ltllf' lk ew'f'QfQ.lL-'. 1, + l . Q. A W. Gllaan ZKnll l 'A Name Home Address it si 19 fi lf' V lf, E 5. G V4 . 1 lr Y 'ml H ,fl ml Ninety Adams, Victio-r Cam'pbell.Butler ....... . Alcorn, James William. ..TitusvilIe. . . . Alker, Robert T. ....... Indiana. . . . Allebach, Theodore HenryEmlenton .... Anderson, Elmer Sigfred.. Oil City . . . . Anderson, Frances Mary..Tiona ....... . Anderson, William AdamsBeaver ......... .. . Andrews, May Belle .... Arnett, Winnie .Davis. Arnold, Elizabeth ....... ..Lottsville. . . . ..Meadville. . . . John L .......... Meadville .... Herbert Calvin. . ..Dawson. . . . . Baker, Thomas Sheridan Bates, Elizabeth ....... Bates, Baum, Baum Bird, Olive Ruth ...... .Dawson ....... William- Alfred. . . Fayette City. . . Blackwell, Lewis S ...... Pennington, N. Blair, Melvin Austin.. . ..Greenville . . . Blanchard, Donovan C. . . Meadville. . . . . Bliss, Homer Austin.. . ..JeiTerson, O. .. Boal, Donald Speer ...... Pittsburgh .... Boyle, Dallas Clare .... ..Er1e........ Brakeman, Edna ElizabethErie ......... Brendell, Lloyd Johnston.C0nnellSville. .. Brew, Eugene James.. Brooks, John A. ..... . ...Erxe......... ..Geneva..... Bruce, William ......... .Erie ......... Brydle, Harriet Adell .... Conneaut, O.. Bunce, William F ..... ...Kane ..... .. Burchfield, Doris ..... . ..Meadville. . .. Cadwell, Marvin Herbert.Niles, O .... Carleton, Harold Robert.Franklin... Cawthorne, Francis EdwinLinesville .. Chilcote, Virgil Angelo . . Homer City. . . Colbert, Irene Shepherd..Pittsburgh. . . . Coleman, Stewart E.. . . . .Renovo. .. .. Crandall, Charles Wesley.Erie .... Cummings, Hiram Wayne.Edinboro .... Davenport, Eleanor. . Davids, Cora Dorothy. . ..Elmira, N. Davidson, Dorothy Cary..Louisville, Davis, Everett ' Rankin. Davis, Nathalee Grace. Debolt, Virginia ........ . Erie. . . . Dale, William Jess .... . . . .Meadville. . . . . Y... Ky. Vandergrift ..... . .Cleveland, O.. Demmler, Ralph Henry. .Pittsburgh. . . . -fum' .Conneaut Lake. . . . ..Blessing, Texas Pittsburgh ....... Waynesburg .... .v,L. Y-sw ei 1 1 Q .X-1 . q ' ... . ' ,f 1 - Meadville Address .......535 Lord St. ...311 W. College St. . .536 Highland Ave. . . . .599 N. Main St. . . .329 Prospect St. .. ...... Hulings Hall .308 Prospect St. . . . . .771 Clark St. . .... Hulings Hall . . . . .Hulings Hall ..... .637 Baldwin St. . . . .602 Chestnut St. . . ..674 Highland Ave. ...329 Prospect St. ... . . .Hulings Hall .. . . .447 Walnut St. .l ..... S16 Chestnut St. ..... . . . . .Greenville D. No. 9 ..311 W. College St. . . . . .661 Cullum St. ...550 Baldwin St. . . . . .Hulings Hall . . . .659 William St. .. .599 N. Main St. . . . .599 N. Main St. 145 Glenwood Ave. . . . . . . . .Hulings Hall . . . .306 Pnospect St. ...390 Chestnut St. ,... . .364 John St. . . . .688 Park Ave. ... . . . . .Linesville .. . . 632 William' St. .. . . .Hulings Hall . . . .317 Loomis St. ...........Rose Lane ...327 W. College St. ....4S0 N. Mai.l St. ... .617 Baldwin St. . . . .Hulings Hall . . . .l-lulings Hall ....A T A House ... .Hulings Hall . . . . .Hulings Hall . . . .625 Baldwin St. P-"t?,r'- "'Tfj.i-i' 65:5 Q'-1-'3-"'-i'ljQ "l'4,iVrl."f.4Cz... 'j'Ifa1'?iI':." i'..Ls."f7frf"' 'V ,.1:..aL.. -, - . A-L .'G- i ,Y H , ',.'fl-yung:-v-t. 'wgv-' -v-'ir fn- l , ,LYTTLCTI 1 l Y V i +54 Y ,,.:-kr -L, Wx ' . "-S- D' -fe - - H .- iff' HA -1C?F"'f L iii, A l I 1 fi? 'R 'fa l- ' F551 ' "HM, it ,X-- X .6 af--'H .'-- "I -X .- - - " -. '- '- -1 4 i -H, V ' .f f 'Hg ,Q W 2 .. E5-.rT.'13E Rx H, 'Sl k..,V N 1: . ".aif' fi ill " -'fgalfl-emgifi. ln Devlley, Lee J. ......... Ashtabula, O .... . . .Gymnasium ' Dickson, Hazel Fay ..... .Jalnestown, N. Y. ..... Hulings Hall 'l Dougherty, Margaret .... Olean, N. Y ..... ..... 8 83 Water St. 15' Drake, Francis A. Jr ..... Cambridge Springs .... S63 Highland Ave. z Drohn, Nelle Katherine...New Bethlehem.. ...... Hulings Hall 3 Dunlnire, Harold James..Franklin ........ . .... 688 Park Ave. if Dyckes, Walter Fisher...Corry ......... ...409 Prospect St. ll Eddy, DeWitt Meade .... Ashville, N. Y .... ...... 3 68 John St. lil Eddy, Gerald Wylie ..... New Castle ..... ..9'98 Catherine St. fl Elliott, Ruth Anna ...... Meadville ..... . .533 Highland Ave. il Farrell, James Reno ..... Clorry ...... . 392 E. College St. Fell, Dorothy Josephlne..Greenville .... ...... H ulings Hall il Field, Russell Henry ..... Monongahela. . . ....... A T A House lf Fisher, Nellis Hartley. .. Butler ........ . . .625 Baldwin St. ,l Flickinger, Chas. Henry..Vandergrift. . . ...655 William St. ,V , Frank, Joseph Bruno .... Erie ........ .... 3 64 John St. lil Fry, Helen Jones ....... Scottdale .... ...Hulings Hall H Fry, Kenneth Belknap...Meadvil1e... .... fb K AI' House f Fuller, Kathryn Lenorc...Springboro ..... .... Hulings Hall Fuller, Riobert Henry .... Ashtabula, O... . .465 Highland Ave. Geer, Wesley Gordon. . ..Warren ...... ..... 2 19 Spring St. Gifford, Gladys Grace. . ..Erie. . . .... Hulings Hall l Goodnough, Frances Mir- iam ................ Erie .......... .... H ulings Hall Gourley, Gladys ........ Turtle Creek .... .... H ulings Hall Graham, Alexander ...... New Kensington... .... Rose Lane Graham, John Charles...Guys Mills ..... ....... G uys Mills , ' Green, Lorance ........ . Meadville. . . . . . 787 Pelln St. i ' Greenwood, Robert LeroyErie ...... . . .383 John St. LH Griiiing, c. Richard ..... Linesville .. .... Linesville Haines, Katherine Eliza- in beth ............... Warren, O... .... Hulings Hall Ham-mett, Charles Ed- ward, Jr. ........... Meadville. . . . . . 553 Park Ave. Harper, Martha ......... Meadville. .. .... 889 Liberty St. li, Hayes, Robert Rnssell...Blacle Lick .... .... 5 so Baldwin sf. ' . Hildebrand, Grace Haraiewainpnin... ..... Hulings Hall Hileman, Mildred MargaretMonessen ...... ....... H ulings Hall i 'J Holmes, Gladys Dorothy..LeRoy, N. Y... .... 460 Walnut St. Hough, Seth Ellner ...... Meadville. . . ..516 Chestnut St. Houser, Harold Ransome.Meadville... .... 288 Loomis St. if Houser, James Cowing. ..Meadville. . . .... 288 Loolnis St. , Howe, Marion Flower. . ..Mercer .... .. .Hulings Hall lx 1 Hoy, Eleanor .......... .Oil City .... ....... H ulings Hall Hughes, Dorothy TalrlplinMeadville... .... S69 Liberty St. lf Hummer, Bessie Joy .... .Titusville ..... .... 6 81 Highland Ave. i Humphrey, Harriet CIark.Union City .............. Hulings Hall ly M Hurst, Raymond JohnstonMillvale .............. 630 Baldwin St. , 5' Hutcheson, Frances D .... Hempstead, L. I., N. Y ..... Hulings Hall 5 Ninety-fie'e V , Lg ,. 'CHF'--'4i'1" fin A Ai C231 .-- . - Tixxi ' i ag..-7f1L1:'.3L' '-I.'.?.1,n"l'f5."4gL! 9.1 -u."'Ki:.-"iiEA47?.',!f..T -177. if a bf P wtf- i .. Ti - -- f fn. .LG L, e. . mix VJ G :Ix Im-X 1 I -l +51 A X. 43X , i .-J. A iff X 'Mx ' " ...X.l , "A ,.--Y 1- l , ,ga ruin, H' ',,r.,fsT V if' A jf'5iX,l.- ' ' 'A KD I i.,.1LE5tfef-faiefi'i'-.lil ei Ji .- . 2 f . -iiQ.-g.g5ggf.Q ' ,5,q- .Y . -L.4.-3' nl, 5 3, X ., . ,Fa - :.15.e.,Li 7 i lil- -..WLLT 4 Illg-gf-52:5 Y jf, A f . . V - W E517 ,lil i A+' A "roof ' B if -fl ' gl Ingram, Clarence H., Jr..Pittsburgh ..... .... 5 99 N. Main St. , M I Ni, Irish, Lucile Isabelle .... .Conneaut, O. .. ..... Hulings Hall L X Jamieson, Hugh Crary. Warren ...... .... 3 14 Loomis St. r ii' jgggsongleigarggti G.. xgzgdjvllleli .l. . . . . 5657937 Parkt Agte : l , , ...... nga e ll .... .... r os ec . ,ug Jones, Mead Gorden .... .Summerville .... ...sso Baldrivin si. A i ' X Joyce, Florence Mason...Meadville ..... .... 8 25 Liberty St. ' T Judd, Marion Lawrence..Meadville .... ...499 Randolph St. H , Kelly, Eleanore ....... Monessen. . . ....... Hulings Hall V Kent, John Irwin ..... Meadville .... .... 7 09 Alden St. g Kerr, Mary Virginia... Oakmont ..... ..... H ulings Hall J , Kitchen, Jean MacPhersonErie ........... ....... H ulings Hall I , bf' Kocher, Carl J .......... New Brighton ........ 382 E. College St. E I . LaClair, John Franklin...Uniontown ..... .... 5 59 Park Ave. I NP! lliambert, Charles Gordon.Belle Vernon ........ 565 N. Main St. L M ,' angworthy, Lucille A. Titusville ..... ....... H ulings Hall 1 l l ESZg,.i?mSi..bZ?ZS0.'Lgll'.'. ?.l1.Ef3?' ' " "'gi2JnBai5'rli',? Sf' A r 1 Little, Clifton Talmadge Ripley, N. Y .... .. .395 N. Main St. 1 ' L Logan, Harry C ...... Meadville ..... ...565 Lord St. ' H, i. i Love, Mildred Evelyn .... Vandergrift... ...... Hulings Hall N lf. Lucas, Victor Edward. Natrona ..... ...sos N. Main si. i l A , McCollum, Robert J. .... lvleadville .... .... 4 oo N. lvlain si. I gli McCreary, John Willard..Monaca ......... ..... 5 35 Lord St. i j' , .fit McCurdy, Everett DarlingCazenovia, N. Y ...... 469 N. Main St. 'r . Wg McFarland, David Foltz...Dunbar ..... . .... sso Baldwin si. , ' l M mcgill, Yillliam Frank .... Meadville .... .... 7 26 N. Main St. K, , ,I Msoiegtog nTY1V1lbe.rt ClarkBdtle'r ......... ...... 5 35 Lord St. fl, , eodore A.. Wilklnsburg .... .... 4 S0 N. Main St. V, MacDonald, Donald AngusPleasantvil1e ...... ...762 N. Main St. ' Mason, Frank w. ..... Rushford, N. Y. ...... sos N. lvlain si. WH Merritt, Milton Levalit...Waterford ....... ...317 Loomis St. Miller, Inez Alta ....... .lvieadville... ...rss N. Main sl. W! ' Mitchell, Catherine Levis.Monaca .... ...... . Hulings Hall 1 1 I 1 Mondereau, Lorena Grace.Meadville ..... .... 8 71 Diamond Sq. t ,. 1 r ' Mo'0k, Maurice AlllS0ll...SH6g8l'tiOWl1 .. ........ Saegertown i . l ' Moore, Alexander Deemer.Brookvil1e ...... . . .563 Highland Ave. l 1 ,j Morrison, Willis Stewart. New Brighton ........ 382 E. College St. 3 Mum-ford, Ruth Lucile...Warren ........ ...... H ulings Hall 1 l Murphy, Harold G. ...... Parnassus ...... ........ R ose Lane r f . lvlnse, Glenn Odell ...... Buena Vista .... .... 6 so Baldwin si. , I' ' Myers, Brayton Omar. . ..Daytoli, O .... ...550 Baldwin St. . Qi Nance, Anna Mildred .... Jefferson, o .... ..... li ulings Hall wi I ll Nelson, Roy Andrew .... .McKeesport. .. .. .599 N. Main St. Il' ' , Nicklin, Agnes Angeline..Franklin ....... .... H ulings Hall ' l Norris, Ida Katharine.. .Waynesburg ..... ...... H ulings Hall " gl I V? Noyes, John Richard .... .Pleasantville .......... 762 N. Main St. I1 lx i Olson, Herbert. .. .... Jamestown, N. Y ........ 559 Park Ave. , ,r r ll Phillips, williarn w... Meadville ....... ool Highland Ave. il' ll' I I ll Ninety-si.l' xi Y Afl fill- feeeefe -5-.a1--...--4 i --- -B--'-Y' gi. -., in B 3.3" - jflfjl i L?if3n EEz zivszz-re. ,e......e.... 1 pile-0-M x 4, r "-'Y '-. .ly , . 'jg I- N- ' 1 -. 2 Q. . V. f l 1 'All-' Q K 'll fi llilllw' Y, , M I N, A VW' :x.QLl1 nil- 43 MGT -V n W Ji, l . .A . .f7'..E.4....,1Qt.'.fi.: A.,, ., 'ir lf 'll f' Ifrf' T qggag- TF f ' -j L Q 5' 3'g".S- -l ' . r "' I gli-35 ll, l rl " 'fii'a-3-Lifgg' ., Piper, Robert Elmer .... .Pittsburgh. . . . . .661 Cullum St. W Prather, Margaret PatriciaMeadvil1e .... . . .554 Walnut St. A, Pratt, John Miller ...... Pittsburgh... .559 Highland Ave. Price, Wesley E ........ Titusville ...... ...311 W. College St. , Pugh, Margaret Ruth .... k Putnam, Clara E. ...... . i Ray, Helen Gertrude .... . lx Reams, Arthur Arnold... l l Reams, Robert Borden... l Reed, Frank Elmer ...... Renick, Herbert E ...... . Rightmire, Anna Eleanor. Turtle Creek ...... . Harmronsburg ....... . ..... Hulings Hall 1 59 Glenwood Ave. Springboro .... ...... H ulings Hall Luthersburg... .... 395 N. Main St. Luthersburg... .... 395 N. Main St. New Brighton... . . .382 E. College St. Albion ........ ...599 N. Main St. Sewickley .... ...... H ulings Hall Indiana .... ...543 N. Main St. Bellevue .... ..327 Prospect St. Albion ..... Avalon ...... rl Rink, Harold F ......... , Risher, William Albert... l ' Roberts, Paul Sherman...Meadville.... l ' Ross, Leo Edward ...... . Rowbottom, Raymond l George ............. l Schaefer, Mabel Mildred . . Beaver Falls. . ...523 Walnut St. A E House ..395 N. Main St. . . . . . .Hulings Hall Scourfield, Arthur Clyde. Dawson ....... ...329 Prospect St. V Y Severson, Frances Marian.Meadvi1le ....... ...460 Walnut St. Shaetfer, Margaret Cook.Columbiana, O. .. ..... .Hulings Hall H i il sl shanfer, Lloyd Mark ..... 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McArthur, '05 Faculty Representatives: Dr. R. E. Lee Coach C. E. Hammett N Mcaclvillc Ohamlwr of Commerce Representatives: Dr. R. B. Gamble, '93 C. A. Gilbert, '15 Stuflcnt RE'1J2'f?SC7lfCl1fT'i2FCSI A. K. Kramer, '22 R, T, Doing, '22 ,P I FOOTBALL 1 Captain ....... ............. . . .A. K. Kramer, '22 ' Slaptain-elect. . . . . . . .H. H. Loomis, '23 anager ........ .. ............ W. R, Flint, '22 'H Manager-elect ..... .... T . E. G. Greenlund, '23 , Coach .........,. ................ ......... H . C. McCracken I A ,' BASIMTBALL W Captain ....... ........... ..... . M . E. Kofford, '22 . Slaptain-elect .... ......... ........ ..... H a 1 'ry C. Miller, '23 w anager ........ ....... G . P. Booth, '22 1 1 Manager-elect ..... ........ . ..C. E. Kinney, '23 Coach ........... ........,... .... C , E. Hammett TRACK ' Captain .... ...... . . .... Kennedy Crumrine, Jr., '22 Manager .... ......... E . B. Kunselman, '23 4 Coach .... .................... ............ C . E. Hammett CROSS-COUNTRY I Captain .... ................ . .. .G. R. Kirschner ' , Coach .... .......... .... C . E. Hammett ' BOXING Coach.... ................. .... E . H. Krotzer WRESTLING I Coach .... .............. .... W . M. Dickson ' TENNIS I Captain and Manager .... ....... .... . . ..., G uy C. Bittner, '22 SWIMMING Captain ..... ................. ..... M . Victor Wright, Jr., '24 1 1 One hundred one ,T - - - - - g ,, 1 .A. . A-:A gii?i"3 L35-L'i.". YHY3' 'q'i'l...A3i!l1'-.d T -1 . tx m 'J 171. t I. i, K I 'i"L- ' ' r M1217 ,,,-,ff-' "", 3 " 1, f IL- 1 , ' I fl ll P HM, + Vi N 1" l -,T jj' as Q1 . 1 ill H., fl r 9: E1 l at ' - I 1 lg, f w Mg "' in F! if li M gs BRL A Q E .VT i Q is -fi .1 J fi i l . V, 21 fi is 75 L4 'A w fi ,- ta 5 an FL ' 1 . Pu .A I Q? X K - so 1-, l ' . H M KRAMER, '22 if H Captain Kramer, who- has played his last game for the Blue and Gold, is one . of the most consistent and versatile members of the 1921 eleven. Starting the ' i r season at tackle he was soon shifted to guard as the need became more impera- lu i tive, Then Red Dundon and Tarzan Fuller, the only available centers, sus- 1 tained permanent injuries and Abie was again moved over to iill this vacancy. All ,I It was at this position that the veteran closed his successful gridiron career QW! If at Allegheny. n .1 1 One I11mn'rc'd fivo ' " L - 7 ,, ' 'if'-47 Y Y!YTM' -V Y!-AT N , V' B" Pfgfiiinar.-,..i"f'1'..: aiinifrzm eurifgfx JJ f1 5ifaj"f. ein.. 'h""1.- -1..,5"J ,I-: ii:-. 'T'-:Y .. fv'i15?TT"'f'Fi5T'- F Th"-t I 1 --1519? "i'ffa-is ' I I " 2.--. lf lI ., x SIL' 1 N-. A x ' ' 1 I, 'LM' I VIII . 1 x - I! 3 .JA-n 'Jiri-I,'r, I, ' II . ,ggvgu I -I - I I I ir ,VIIIIII , signin-sim-eg-,.,.'11'v-'rfv an f . Q5 " '- -- ,QI c' QII I , I I I I Ii I I I I I '1 I I 1 I 1 I III I "fI A I .Pa MCCRACKEN M The Warner system as introduced by Herbert McCracke11 was Very success- ' I ful for its first year. McCracken is a man who has won the friendship and respect of the entire student body, as well as that of the men on his team. He I I' is a born leader and can teach football. With inexperienced material he has I turned out a team that would be a credit to anyone. It is hoped that he will km be given the opportunity to develop his system more fully next year, an oppor- I tunity that, on the face of this year's showing, he certainly deserves. I Looivns, '23 ' C Captain-elect Loomis, playing his second year on the varsity, was one of I 'II the bulwarks of the line. He prepped at Loomis Preparatory School in Con- ' Iv necticut, which has considerable football reputation in the east, and played on their teams there. The lanky Southerner is a mighty hard man to get r . around, past, or through and next year looks extremely bright forvhim. He is A a hard fighter and possesses those qualities necessary for leadership. Hersh I II is always talking it up and is ready to play a couple of more hours if the time- I ' ' keeper blows the whistle when Allegheny is behind. I I HAMMETT Coach Hammett, as Director of Athletics, at last has time to develop a neg- ,I I lected side of athletics. Swimming, boxing, interfraternity track and basket- 'I ball, and indoor track are showing real vitality under his tutelage. If things I' III go well Allegheny will soon have a fascinating scheme of undergraduate Physi- I I cal Training that will require no coercion from the oflice to make it successful. I III , If Une lmudred three I L III I I -7- -'TL+ ' Y jg iii- - -5- , ,, .j.lAI'i :IP 'I I ,gn-3',.gjL'E.La'l,3.c Q." 3'fii" T41-" 3.-Ig: 13:55-L'3.5 gl "' 74x:...r"'?-lr., A-5. 43. A "MORT" GRAHAM, '23 Playing his second year on the varsity, Graham was kept out of a number of games on account of injuries: but got back in time to play in the Dickinson game, where he scored our only touchdown on a pretty run after momentarily fumbling a triple pass. His basketball ability made him adept at snatching passes out of the air, and the opposition found him continually backing up the line. ALEX GRAHAM, '25 Alec Graham has drawn the fullback assignment this year and has played a consistent game during the entire season. He is a Freshman and his experi- ence is going to stand him in good stead in future years. He hits the line low and it usually gives. Although not very large, he is an extremely hard man to stop. MORLEY, '23 Playing the quarterback position Morley was in every game of the season and displayed his ability at every instance. -His steadiness in running the team was always in evidence and his good headwork was a factor in the winning of the Buffalo and Westminster contests. On the defense "Babe" was always there with superb lighting qualities. Much is expected of him in his remaining years at Allegheny. One hundred four WVRIGHT, '24 Wriglit, the other guard, has a. specialty of opening holes in the other team's line. He is a tower of strength on the defense. He is big and powerful and knows the game. Wright is a Sophomore and what was said about Braun developing into a bigger star than at present applies with equal force to Wright. At present these two guards are the best the Blue and Gold has had in many years and with each back for two more years, prospects are bright indeed. FRAZIER, '22 Another man who played his last game for Allegheny is Frazier, who par- ticipated in enough games to win his letter. His work in the Budalo game was especially good. He is large and powerful and his loss will be felt. BRAUN, '24 Braun came out for football without the advantage of the pre-season train- ing camp, but the coach couldn't keep him on the bench. He plays a guard and looks to be one of the finds of the season. He is large and fast, so is used to play a roving center on the defense. That he is Wide awake can be seen from the fact that he intercepted no fewer than iive forward passes during the season. Braun is a Sophomore and bids fair to develop into one of the best linemen Allegheny has ever had. One hundred fire ' 1. .. 7,.1J"4Ql'IJ,-.-.T-X 1 -15:3-'Y-"' 'fra-42, . . . X 1 , rf' "-"fe . --fl: ff, Q ' ,...5,LT:F.' . " . . 4 .-g..Qg,. . 1Fff-is ' fir '--4" ' . , . ' 'fm ' ilikl 'gl ' 1 W' ' fm i-iff? -if -4 Y' -,f T it -. K" ' ' '. .l. .- - ,. 1.-. ,. f +--f--L V---1 1--A M LH lzftzf, 1 'H . , f.a-.- fda..--f-J"...e:.:e".e.i.Le1afi-1 3 - -X l-'lfi i H. ' 'TJ9.i'v-'-we 5 V 1 U, '? 5 Ei F1 45: 15' TTR 91 fi ii iii ii H1 W 'ii H y .121 3 fl 31 Q ' JUDD, '25 H Judd, playing his first year on the squad, was good enough to break into V a number of games and showed great promise in action. He is a Freshman and has three more years to play. I s. fl I . ' FULLER, '25 'A "Tarzan" Fuller, a big center from Ashtabula, O., broke into the lineup at 'Q i center after Dunrlon had wrenched his knee. Charging through the line to throw the runner for a loss is his specialty. N , . '. WOLZ '25 wx ' '54 1 Buck Wolz is another freshman who can boast of a football letter as a result , ' of his work this fall. Husky and active, while on the football field he made a iine guard when he got his chance. He has three years more to play for , Allegheny. I , K . Om' l1111zrJ1'ed .ri.r ,gig H -h M W . si- -., w .3-' '..ilf 1- 4 , -f-W : ' -Y .hm - --Y . " ' N' , if -if r'.f,.'f'1:za'J' 'ff 'f1"f.s..L1"',..,s:if..'a2..j'f'...-1'gi1'..ff.T:.3, . N. w'fy'r.. -,- A - f f..-i:.nCiL1 'slfmei-. 1 f 'X- . I 1 " 14, 3,1 'fkif P . - ' 'I tjf ' .- ,:5f',." L . 'V ,',,, M . X ' , , - l ,uk H, . A - ' ig:-f.r4 1 . .- 5.1 1. A e ' J, ' M4 'f-" M .- i T11Tf11:,...T. -..:i'1'K'J-T "Li ' , l i 'gi " -' A' - ,H ,,, 15, ,-Y--'-i.-- - .1 A 15:11 1, Y ,Y . ' rifle-3'-'SfE-fE'11i2-fl '- fl 'Uv Ti 2 5""'-Sfq""'1-A-f-fi XVILLS, '23 Hud Wills broke into the line-up late in the season, but once in there was no displacing him. He carried the ball across the scoring line three times in the Buffalo game. One of the prettiest plays of that game was when Wills took the ball over on a straight line buck from the 12-yard line. He has another year in college and is one of the men around whom a time team can be built. REED, '25 Reed, left end, is a, newcomer, this being his first year on the squad. He was good enough, however, to start every game and was seldom removed. Quiet when off the field, he was full of the old spirit and fight when the whistle blew for the game. He is a dangerous man to have on the receiving end of a forward pass for he is a good runner with the ball. With the experience gained this year be will undoubtedly be one of the most valuable men next fall. MEYERS, '25 Rabbit Meyers is the smallest man on the tean1 and by all odds the hardest one to catch. His running with the ball is almost uncanny. He is a sure tackler and has stopped many men after they had broken through the line. His stunt of overtaking the fleet Jimmy Robertson after that Carnegie flash had a good five ya.rds start will long be remembered by those who saw the game. Rabbit is a Freshman and plays halfback. One lmndrezl seven 7:7 Yi? L YY- -W -E - - J 5 MILLER, '23 "Hoppy" Miller, the ileet halfback, has proved of inestimable value to the success of this year's eleven. Indeed his pretty end runs are a sight to behold, while his punting is all that could be desired. However, "Hoppy" is very sus- ceptible to injuries, which kept him out of the Colgate and Dickinson games. His broken field running in the Buffalo game was as good as could be seen any place and he tore off a number of pretty runs- against Carnegie Tech, but was unable to cross the line on any of them. "Hoppy" has another year on the team. ' HOUSER, '24 This gritty, game, easy running halfbackbroke into enough games to Win a letter and to demonstrate that it will be impossible to keep him out of a regu- lar berth next year. Small, but possessed of an uncanny ability to turn and dodge, and blessed with a cool, clear head, he is especially good at advancing the ball. He ought to prove a capable running mate for Hoppy next fall. MURPHY, '22 Dan Murphy, four years letter man, is another who played his last game for the Blue and Gold. He played at tackle. Besides being a strong man in the line, he is a punter of no mean ability. He played most of the season with an injured Wrist, but has been one of the most valuable men despite that. Om' h xmdrcd eight . e .13 'Q fi" ,K gfefc-x'i , . M V -, . ' V: - I- 1 - Y , - V e f if-ei?" .4 Yfifgl af' 1 X i ' f I -.KA 1 , tif A 5 Q V 5 4'-'F' .,' AQP?-,gf I V- W t Q Aid ii i' K 4- -:.L1'f.glg3 A I V t Ll! A ,1-'S-F-'gill fi In A , t X Y CI .. -" fmt - g,'.j:4y,lk .. .- lf? l , q l,'f1l,'f5'4-1 I ff- . - - -1 . . A- -. . fy..-,., v f I 'ld ..-4, ., .1 f.-,wish if i- fl--1l.,lg, f.,g,'2?l g - -1 I , . - ' FLINT, '22 ' The management of the football team this year was the duty of Wilson Flint, who, by his tireless efforts looked after the players' needs, equipment, means of transportation, lodging and meals. His task entailed hearing de- mands at all times. Too much credit cannot be given to the manager for the manner in which he conducted his office. His efficiency has been measured by the business-like way in which every game was handled. Managers are chosen from competi- tion and this method gives every man an equal opportunity for the job. The fact that Flint was first to receive the office under the new arrangement sig- nifies his whole-hearted devotion to his labor. HAFER. '23 "Red" Hater stepped into the vacancy left by "Scoop" Trotter's hurried exit and has made good. After "Red" leads the cheering at a game, Smith Bros. put on night shifts to supply the cough-drop demand. Grace of movement and sym- metry of gesture make his cheering a delight to the eyes. GREENLUND, '23 Greenlund, the manager-elect, carried enough helmets and met enough trains more than his competitors to give him the managership in a walk. He is already full of enthusiasm for next year's outlook and will doubtless make a success of his work. 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I 1I, 1. 1 'I 1 'III 1 I, 114 1 , I 1-I I II I1- ,ill III 'III III II1 I ,1 I1 I I 'I 1 II ' I1 I ,A 41.13-Ii'-"?.ii'!3'ALi.Y'3i.i-'73, "'?I:1'j'Jgi'-"'72.11. 42- QL I ,,r., ', V, Q Abfg-ff'-' ,, IEA I 751 fl QQ., . 1 .ilf-'YQ V4-'ffg.',JL 5.4.1, fix? it ' 'Q'up,,"" ,big X74 a I Q.. igfzkiq. W, ,Qj:'f3.2?f lfii, A-3 - 'lf xl M.. -,'L-f.-.L-H 5 1 ff "1 . -'vi ,. ., ' I -4' ' - T113 Ql . . i,' ,. -A '.,,-1.3, C:-"" - ' --- 3-5-SEK A. -fi lit"-f,l'l1s.l.flfsiffftflf'-fs122-121-3 T' . 71771 fiflllc '2,g.2fi 'sv- sel f'-5 qi' .' A , . A- -- - 1 -4ii.i:,s'..-gn-M.-gf,.,:,... .' ,,,.4:Y'L '--W 1. '- ---f W 'fi W fl' , e,qis3J4--,c,.,f,2'IJ!j?f- 'Il yi xl M X -' i ' Q W gi in 1, ' - A - lj ll in Ellie 1921 illnnthall Umm - 7 Head Coach .... ..................... - ..... . ....... Herbert McCracken X 4 I 1,1 ' Manager ........ ............. Wilson Flint, '22 , 3 gil 1 X Manager-elect .... ...... T racy E. Greenlund, '23 X ,,. ,. Captain ......... .......... A rthur Kramer, '22 l Q i Captain-elect .... ............ ............ H e rschel H. Loomis, '23 M 41 ll l-A l l 1 ' W X 'Til' ll, SUMMARY OF' THE SEASON I Q October 1... .... Allegheny 0 ............... Colgate . ....,... 14 l , 'lf' jl October S. . . .... Allegheny 9. . . ........ Alfred . ..... . . . . 0 ' N, Q it j October 15. . . .... Allegheny 0. . . ......... Grove City . . . . . 7 ' 4 , I ' October 22. .. .... Allegheny 7. . . ...,.... Westminster . . . 6 V N .,,g .N October 29... .... Allegheny 0... ......... Carnegie Tech . 56 I ,,'f November 5... .... Allegheny 26... ......... U. of Buffalo.... 13 ' P, ll, .' November 12. . . .... Allegheny 6. . . ......... Dickinson . Q . . . . 28 T ' 1 lx ilk November 19... .... Allegheny 14 ............... Geneva ........ 7 ' I A .5 ,ok 1: A -Li - . 2, '. w - , " J " 1Keaume nf Zlinnthall Swann nf 1921 X Playing good football in one game and "off" in the next is the best way that , 1 the 1921 football team may be described. On the whole, however, the season W may be said to have been fairly successful, if one does not think so much about -l the Tech game and concentrates on the Colgate, Geneva, and Buffalo games. w A With very little material, and much of that inexperienced, Coach Herbert . lj McCracken built up a team that is always dangerous. The inexperience 'of the ' men was responsible for the slow start in several of the games, when a better X 1 beginning might have changed the tinal outcome. Allegheny has seen better 1 years, but she has also seen much worse, and the sentiment of the school seems to be, "Watch us next year." Although the Class B championship of the district was badly mixed up, J Allegheny emerged with perhaps the soundest claim of any of the leaders. Allegheny and Grove City each won two games and dropped one. Grove City 'tg lost to Geneva and beat Allegheny by a margin of one touchdown, and West- minster on Grove City's own gridiron. This was Allegheny's only defeat ln , the sectional games and coming in the first part of the season should not 4 N count as much as the games at the last part of season. At the end of the season ' Allegheny beat Geneva 14-7 in a brilliant game and likewise won from West- minster on the latter's home field. Geneva's only defeat was the one 3.dIIllHlS' 1 Q tered by the Blue and Gold but coming as it did at the very enld 05 the season , and in the most important game, it completely eliminates t e ovenan ers. l Geneva's 14-0 win over Grove City only serves to strengthen Allegheny's claim le I to the title. ' . gl After being swept off their feet in thehfilrst five iiiiniltes of plays ville? the big Colgate team went across for two touc owns, A eg ieny came ac s rong n, and held for the rest of the game, in the opening encounter of the year at ll Hamilton, N. Y., on October 1. For the remainder of the time Allegheny out- pl 1 played the Maroon warriors and were steadily marching down the Held for a 'Ur score when the final whistle ended the battle. The ball was in Allegheny's 1' A ,', possession on the 10-yard line when the game ended. Allegheny made ten first lub downs to Colgate's six and completed. two passeslto Co1gate's one. A Numerous fumbles? aind Babe inaibgitil to giairgtarnl a cons1stent timffirffivg il ' oved the undoing o tie ue an o in ie 'rs mme game wi 1 're 1 w 2:1 October S. A sea of mud rendered the going hard and prevented any bril- Il liant football. Allegheny had several opportunities to score, but the sea of lj Ont' llrlmlrmi eleven i -- -'-'- ' ,:?A...7 Y- .ffff 121-"l'!-f-5-"7"iel 'if'f1-'FQP"+?f'1--7l'?:-J'-'H'.-' I -4 -1141 fi? if 'fi vw IH JY if it 2.31241 df. Fl l fit v. I-i KN iff r P rl T if i n 4 if i 14 AA .E it i P l l -, gen-vu w,, es, N--. . . 'g..-1-'fffdlffisflf-'f Q X . -,U-self' A i 2' -as .' . '-f 'iii 5. Hlll'fz,7, ,,'-1 in -' 'V .,L":e'1' ' .' ..-G '. 3, , , - - l-...' - W v.' I 7 ,lm X Av ' ' W 'NAV' 4 ' . ,,,, W, R ' ' ax, may 'al J. ,S i, r. ,,,., m -Y -1-v-- - -V " ' . . - ' V - . ..,- 47.5-1 .1gjgL,,l.g.',S2-...,"W'iC-5? K - f , ini, gjr.g3.'3.1".Lj.,I-L:.g.,.-fgggk 1""I, 1 ,, . . f -f --'f- '- I'fI. ' J - V in-as if ' mud made the ball hard to handle and Alfred invariably recovered and punted out of danger. The game ended in a scoreless tie. Allegheny went down to a 7-0 defeat at the hands of her traditional enemy, Grove City, on October 15. Grove City scored at the start of the second half, when Allegheny was forced to kick, after being held for downs, following the kick-off. A march of 30 yards put the ball over the line. A feature of the game was the stand made by Allegheny after Grove City had been given the ball inside the five-yard line on a penalty. With only six inches to go on the last down, Jones of Grove City was stopped on a line plunge. Allegheny beat Westminster at New Wilmington October 22, because Dish- man failed to kick a goal after a touchdown had been made on sweeping end runs in the second quarter. After receiving the Westminster kick-off that followed, the Blue and Gold took the ball straight down the field in a series of line plays and after Alec Graham took it over Hoppy Miller kicked the goal that proved to be the winning point. Westminster threatened several times because of the almost perfect interference on their long runs. In the third quarter Hoppy Miller got away for a beautiful broken field run of 60 yards for a touchdown, but the ofiicials ruled that he had stepped out of bounds and the score did not count. The 10,000 people that watched the game at Carnegie Tech on October 29 must have caused a had attack of stage fright, for the Tartans were able to run up a total of 56 to 0 before the final whistle blew. Allegheny simply could not get going and the Skibos were at the top of their form that day. Tech has a wonderful team this year, but the score does not indicate the comparative strength of the two teams. A complete reversal of form marked the play of the team in the game with the University of Buffalo at Erie on November 6. In the first intercollegiate football game ever played there, McCracken's proteges outclassed the bigger Buffalo eleven by a score of 26-13. Beautiful interference paved the way for four touchdowns. The second string men were injected into the game early in the third quarter or thelscore might have been larger. Both of Buffalo's counters came as the result of iiukes, one when a blocked punt rolled to the four-yard line and a Buffalo man recovered it, and the other when Allegheny fumbled after attempting to run with the ball after Buffalo had punted out of bounds on our two-yard line. Hud Wills and Hoppy Miller stood out in this game. The team slumped again when a combination of hard luck and bad breaks enabled Dickinson to win 28-6 at Carlisle, November 12. Penalties and costly fumbles along with a gift of 45 yards on a grounded forward pass, when the otiicials claimed an Allegheny men roughed the receiver, paved the way for a Dickinson victory. Mort Graham took the ball over for our touchdown on a triple pass. Another touchdown by the same player was thrown out because he stepped out of bonds during a 40-yard run. The high spot of the season was reached on November 19 when the Blue and Gold warriors came back strong in the second half, overtook Geneva's seven-point lead, and with five minutes to play won the sectional championship when Braun picked up a Geneva fumble near midiield and scampered forty-five yards for a touchdown. The miserable field which covered the ball and players with mud did not seem to hurt the quality of football for the game was one of the best seen here in many years. Geneva's lone touchdown came in the first five minutes when Harr blocked a punt and fell on the ball when it rolled over the goal line. Allegheny lost a third touchdown just at the end of the first half when the whistle blew as the teams were lining up on Geneva's twelve-yard line after an Allegheny advance had carried the ball half the length of the field. The first touchdown for the Blue came early in this third quarter when Krotzer's kick was blocked by Braun who followed the ball over the line and fell on it. Allegheny worked the ball to the ten-yard line in the final quarter but Geneva braced and held for downs. O 110 lmndrrd iwelrc 1' - .-W4 A- -- ZT'-11-"4-" scifi 11 eeef"sl.TiTi ...Jw at fairing ifgiflgsfu-"Jfb-ff..i1e+ff..'f-2ffffen- A 1 E ,. i A gg,-f:' :x:f 'T ' , ,.- W. e f f--. Lyla! 3 ,-,H . 'SQL ' .jg "x, ' ,ff 'J , - V F 414- ,ff,'i1i,L ' 1 . f -ff ' J TVA' V. if gf.. 5-fl 'Af'I'.'! QE i,,,-fhygiglr' A J gb?" if "fIl,,i5.v1,, -Q' Q ,. 5, 5 - 1' fi, JT 1 is-5? v I'F'5ilEff-:'V.eT-3311'-iFiP'5l13i-its 'l!':p-- f,2-H2223-:Qf l C 2 - C ' HL II fri Uhr 1921 Bzuakrthall Grant Captain ........ ..,.....,... ......... ........... lv I . E, Kofford, '22 al ' Captain-elect. .. .... Harry C. Miller, '23 , Manager ...... . ...... G. P. Booth, '22 R. Manager-elect .... .... C . E. Kinney, '23 is Coach .........,. ..... ,,,,, C , E, Hammett if-I 5, ff lllvaume nf Eunkvilmll Swann nf 1921 1 P ' In summarizing the 1922 basketball season, we find that the Gold and Blue , 'f came through with seven wins and eight defeats, that the five was outscored l ' X by three points in the entire seriesg that with the exception of the Alfred and 'H Niagara games, the outcome of each game was doubtful until the final whistle. , With five Varsity men, Kofford, Parker, Graham, Miller, and Wise back at , i the beginning of training, prospects for a winning team were very encouraging. ' Parent was showing up sufficiently well in practice to be considered for a 1 forward position. Several new men were of good enough calibre to keep the X i ,HN older men constantly at their best. But a team of championship fiber was needed, for the schedule that Man- V Ei. ager Booth had prepared included the strongest teams of Yvestern Pennsyl- I vania and New York, However, the games were so well arranged, and the l 1 W tealll kept in such fit form that it did not experience a relapse in the middle ,iv ' of the season, as so many quiutettes do. In fact, from the spectator's point 1' X of view, the most interesting games were those of the middle of the season, Ig with Grove City, with Carnegie Tech, with Geneva, and with Westminster. I I , In the two Grove City games did the Blue and Gold's play its best form. yd 'i it Although both games were lost to the sectional champions, the Crimson were X i at no time enough in the lead to call the game theirs. The Pitt and the Niagara 1 games were the only ones in which the Allegheny five were outclassedg in the V F, remainder of the floor contests, the Blue and Gold played with the spirit that , 1 X! has characterized Allegheny's teams for twenty years. - So it can truly be said I LW that the 1922 season was a success. in i Probably the more striking feature of the season was the development of , several men on the squad. At the first of the training, only two men appeared if certain of their positions, Captain Kofford and Miller. There was considerable 'N , competition for the other positions, but as Parker, Parent and Wise improved N I, J their play, the quintette began to take form. As the season progressed, these M ' men, especially, developed and a fast combination was the result. Parker , A' proved to be a capable running mate to Kofford, and the close of the season Q x witnessed him one of the fastest and closest guards that Allegheny has had in r recent years. Parent's speed, coupled with his accuracy was enough to place ' him as a regular before the middle of the season. It required this year to in 1 bring Wise into an effective occupancy of the pivot position: he served as a 7 ' center about which a strong offense and a strong defense could be built. '4 f Miller and Wise remain as a. nucleus for next year's team. Devney and ' Brownell displayed varsity form in the few games in which they were intro- , duced, they should take care of the guard positions another winter. The for- fml ward, opposite Miller, should not be difficult to choose, from the wealth of I ' , promising material that was on the squad this season. Myers, Bates, Moore, 1 l: . and several others will provide ample competition for the position. Judd may w l' li VH be counted upon to keep Wise in the race for the center post. Qi S0 the 1923 tive will need to be builded up almost from the bottom. There 'rt l appears to be ample material in college: with the incoming class, there will in X w likely be a few more outstanding ones, in all, a team of Allegheny calibre will My 1 certainly be put out. ' ', gl l lil Om: lzmzdrmi fonrtevu I ,Wa 1 --4. ,J H . --.- Vw- -V - -f-i4l---fe-W - :pa-ii -..T-" If-fvl-' " "' ,- lr f 7 5-is-I ,-v 7-, ,E P -3I"5,,'f'f eg 1r,.-f'mf?"r"f. .11"'v...,.fk1:Q Ca I . I1I I - ,",f,q1-x "E, d, "- ' -e., . 1. , 111' 71 gs 4 o am 4 X . It if aj-A 5 b f x fl:-za' Lx,-:l',wJX fffffft-'H -1 . .fi ' T' - .QI 'ffegff -fx --. 'If' G 'I - I 1-.1 1531 .22 -,Ijr , , f,,I1'15,TX..-N., -pf f 15, -' . QI H5 ..11 . ' -I f-" if rn f 1.111 'HDI .4--'2'He.'e4I,fI14..1f,,311-11 .I .14 P31 .Lf4?1eI1::f42121:- Ti 13 ' g " ' LQ' ' 11,012-,P 14 I T 2III 1 'gf ,I II ffm- - -. S A ' 4 A Q .ng-t'If"'.',Q,f'1 -'Q K9f'3'N3 ' 3.4 ' w:2.5"-l"n.5 ' I I IY- --Y " "1 f 1 ? -- f,, -, ' ,' -7' '71 g"A ? 1 Y"" ' '1 I' I ""' - II 11 1 1. 1 II 'I I,I 11 1II .1 I 11 II "4 ' I' I 11 1 I I . 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F1111 VI Alumni ....... 1 3 1 0 1 O 1 2 .. .. .. .. 151 13 16 10 25 24 I I QI I-- --l---I- -- --.-.- --.-- I II1 Total ...... 11311311261171117124112512111 81191120 13112121156112881187114041407 11' ,1I1 '111' -l'- ' if 'f ' f 'M ' 1 .I 1 ...... 1 . Fouls made by Parent, 12 out of 21. I 1 I . 1 111 Goals made by Allegheny subs, 4. 'I I11 1I1 1 'II' :II l I I I11 1. I I 11 I1 I I I II1' 11 ' ' 1 11. II I1 1 I 1. 1 ' I 1' II II II 1 I I I I "'II' II' ' " 111" 'I ' 1 1111 One hundred fifteen A L -l,. , -- :-Y 4.----.-- --..-. 41-1-7-,,.l. ,'E'.,u"1'L1 III L,L. 3 --'41 fff. L Y -' 1.11---34 ' 1 1 ' 'X-14--1 5 fTi?,.' "Zigi -" 1 . V ,-T --T: ff, . -1 ff -re , '. .:!,-, - 'Hx "1-N if T'-Rs, A1-2,1 .... ..,.!:i1'xx . ' C wifi, fr' ' 1, -4 7'i-4--it if qgf 'I " - l "HN, 1 P' fl 1 w -TA, 1 iff ,Ji .' :E , fx- ' " 'fx iff 'gg 'P ,"u,-.'."'u nf 'wi 12-257 - " - q' ' 3,15 '-at .--- - my -' . . api -z. ,ff:'7f'wCe.eif..s--.-- , .Y 1: -rigs . ' 4s-i - 12. Nbr- 1 'ff I' Ji" '.',f4:if?jr ,j?:g:.- , -3-M I ,"'.Lf 9 TL.,,1iff'k L i. ff - r. kkrfxl.-Q:.Q5h,::L'----,'21:11:L-e-Af: il? WISE, '23 Wise, a veteran of last year, has without doubt played the most consistent game of any member of the team. "Verne'-' can always be counted on to fight his hardest and drop in a long shot at a time when it is most needed. He con- sistently out-played his man this season, which is saying quite a bit, consider- ing he was up against such star centers as Harr, of Geneva, and Leonard, of Colgate. At the close of the season he was one basket behind Miller in scoring from the field, twenty-tive baskets being chalked to his credit. He was espec- ially successful in getting the tip-off. A good floor man, an accurate passer, and a sure shot beneath the basket, he may be counted on to do his best work for Allegheny in 1923. PARKER, '22 This makes the third year on the varsity for Parker. Breaking into the lineup his freshman year in the Great Lakes game, he played stellar ball the remainder of the season. His work this year stamps him as an efficient guard and all round door performer of the iirst magnitude. In the past season he has been matched against several of the best forwards in this section, and through his hard playing and close guarding has been more than able to out-play them. His work against Smith in the Grove City game was little short of perfect, for the best that Crimson star could do was to cage a long basket from mid- iioor. Participating in the entire number of games on the schedule but one. he held his opponents to 19 baskets, while he tallied sixteen points himself. The Blue and Gold will be up against a real proposition in attempting to fill his position next year, for in the Alumni contest Parker played his last game for the Gold and Blue. BOOTH, '22 The varsity this year was fortunatein having such a capable man to handle the business end of the season as George Booth. The players are very enthusi- astic in their praise of the manner in which such excellent accommodations were arranged for on the various trips. A good bit of credit for the successful season is due to Booth, for he was always on hand and worked hard to keep the affairs of the varsity in the best of condition. PARENT, '23 "Dutch," graduating from the scrubs of the previous year, filled the forward berth left vacant by Dunbar's graduation. Parent is a hard fighter, His scrap- ping spirit is infectious, and many a rally has been started by him. He plays the game to the final whistle, and no one has ever seen him lay down on the job. Being light and fast on his feet, he covers the door with agility a11d is a big asset either on defense or on offense. "Dutch" is a clean shot from be- neath the basket, eighteen of Allegheny's two-pointers this season being credited to l1in1. One ll ll Il fired srzfelz teen 1 I I i w51'5"'1rIl4. g'L41"'3:.1r-'YA J-..d,.4r1W'2-..iff..414,A'1:j P1 4,,,-. 4312:-.x - lg! A 5 ,,:f5' sq! 5XT1's.x - , --xx Jil- ,-' ,igiilu XQ- xx JJ.. , J. 'N iff. e r -.v. 1: 'rg 5-39 W1 fg,-if' L . kfaggi. 1 I .. .ffff Nei - A T4-P ' '19 r' WNW' ' IU - if X in if W 7-1 .-' 3-1. -Wi-Y i ' Wi" ' 'Y 3,11 xflfii- f 4 QL , 4 Q MA K. . MPAA- iw X' "LV '?5 Ql 1 f' Eye.- .71 1 ".'gLfis.Tnlf:.jtg::3'.'. . N N U ,I , Us 24", - .fb v L' 'X L N gift " YFTTQELM' 'AA - u -- ff Ni- t if -4 ' I f". "ii-ig+ig4'iL:."-.Q gwg'-1 L 7 CRx?'.q'?'4'4gL.K"'t '-!imLf1'f: . .cw all i ' i ' l . l V, 1 p li , H .i get z 2 l Fl H ly l l l H q w 5 W 1. I w r it ' ai i i l Vi ' l 1 U - .li il 1 I i l , ll . 1 W li A , 1 M i Hr i W ii w i lil T it i il if if M ii 471 rg Jil N if i F A i i KOFFORD, '22 fi it W. 13 As far as basketball talent goes at Allegheny, Captain Kotford stands high 'Q 'iii' in the list of Gold and Blue stars. "Rink" broke into the varsity lineup his freshman year, and since then has played in every game but two. Besides, he is one of a small number of Alleghenians who have had the distinction of being honored with the captaincy for two consecutive years. His playing abil- ity is well-known, having been mentioned by several sport critics as an all- State man. "Rink" is a past master of the pivot turn, and had little difficulty this sea- son in leaving his opponents in the shade. Being naturally a clever dribbler, he has brought the crowd to its feet on many an occasion by the neat way in which he took the ball from his end of the floor to beneatlrthe basket. Kofford has tossed fouls for Allegheny the last four seasons. This year he turned 156 chances into tallies, which makes him high point man, for he also dropped in 17 Held goals, making a total of 190 points. - Une hnmrrd vxqlxttcrl s- - I' ,.,--'-- - fV.,e,'::A.1g,.'-I ,:'?' xlniir- A . sg ,V 1'-'5'L.'il -' in xg. iff-f w ' -4 -, Xkufff I" 'VY VL! 'K'+" V A ffm VX 'fx M, '14-f41wg'1?J'L2 5,1 lit ,j ,f X , ily ai. fl .HV'.vl, 1- in Lg..-, ' 5 4 ,,'. -4"f'f A ff X , rj' yr g 'J' -A , fs. ' 4 A, 't.,f!'.s-1 'ft i , 4 C1 are- ,q , l l, ff, gr: . L. ?'2F'is 'W f ' rfwiiit K' of S' ,. . - K 4, ,., M... ,gg.-....,.. .f- ' 'l"-',1 :-Zglriq - ' .4 , . v " 'L flulvr- V V - Y Y, R 12 ' Q-24.15 ..-Q, . fllqefg A fg,gfL C' - 1'1"-s NT ,1 ' vi?""3: 1 '.-5-5 4 rzf..-3.2 .ff I X.-S...-N NJ, KQQ. Ljlifgvy. il' i l w i M 1 Lei 4 I i i N i iw ' lx X xl' W N, - ' w l ll .M i ' l i ,, ti L i V I 4 I! Q N l' N It li .li .M L! W1 ,w ww v al MILLER, '23 "Hoppy," captailrelect, as running mate to Parent, has been one of the chief mainstays of the Allegheny team the last two years. Miller is an excep- tionally strong floor man, and his speed, coupled with his ability to jump and pass accurately, has frequently enabled Allegheny to start her offense at the tip-off, for "I-Ioppy" has the uncanny habit of breaking away with the ball. He led this year in the number of Held goals scored, for his shooting both from back of the foul line and under the basket is of high calibre. Much is to be expected of "Hoppy" next year, and from present indications, it seems that he will be one of the most polished players that Allegheny has ever turned out. A.U0gh67l,1l, 17: Geneva. LSU. The varsity opened the 1922 basketball season bylcoming out of the wrong end of the horn in an exciting game with Geneva. The Beaver Falls collegians had all the advantage in the way of experience, having played Dartmouth and Syracuse during the Christmas vacation period, while this was the Blue and Gold's initial encounter. Coach Hammett made a number of substitutions in an eiort to place the most effective five on the door, consequently the ma- jority of the squad got into the game at one time or another. Graham did the best work for Allegheny. ' One Iumrlred ninelcen +I , . A . Lk n 'v1f"f.ft-.aft-124 . I nn W ff 'J-QNX . , 4 'ff 14 ,,'.-:,k-,kr-,-, --nfs ', A V .I - . - I-efffif Ho,-' 1 ', 4 Q- - . 4 'K' , -A' . " fi rg 'sv ' gf if 1 .5615 fl, .jI'l. Q A 1 l 4 ".44L, A., 1 wif! , A N :ff fifv- 'L X .l5'il,',-?",.g'-' 'r. , 'C 4 4n..'..gf.fe.' 15- M: I f L' ,555-i',:T Q ' . . 4 w- SFA A T- -'T ll"" .af .Sflffffii'-,,0-LEP111E41f:'f-T415 'U i - - -it .. 1. , I.. fr -- -L--Q p rio?-rs. -eng ,g,i:fL.: 2:.,,,,,,.,..,g,A.V'.,4 Qian. 1 ,,,,.3,.f.LLgggL g . -- .Q .. -.W.4.-,.,,,. .,. .A. 1- A- - ir l 1 X-aiifigyi fa, Allegheny, 57, Alfred, The Empire State passers were an easy mark for Allegheny for at no time during the game was the outcome in doubt. Graham. and Wise ran wild throughout the game, caging ten and seven field goals respectively. As in the previous game the line up was frequently changed. Allegheny, 28,5 Carnegie Tech, 23. The Gold and Blue quintet put another dent in the old dope pail by scoring a spectacular victory over the formidable Carnegie Tech aggregation. By virtue of successive victories over Lafayette and Grove City, the Plaid was favored to win from Allegheny. However a lightning offense, combined with an impenetrable defense turned the trick and the best the smoky city five could do was to place four uncanny shots through the ring from mid lioor. The visitors were kept in the running only through the excellent work of Dosey, the lanky Plaid star, at the foul line. The Gold and Blue led by Kofford, Parker and Wise displayed a brand of championship ball- which made the game second only to Grove City in interest. The contest was fast and clean, and the fioorwork of the Allegheny live was little short of perfect, for they passed around Tech at will. Allegheny, 1235 University of Pittsb-u.rgh, 3.3. Allegheny suffered her second defeat of the season at the hands of her ancient rival, the University of Pittsburgh, by a score of 32-23. Poor shooting and lack of teamwork were the outstanding features, while the pass work was ragged throughout the game. Both teams were completely off color. Allegheny, 3.2,' Duquesne, 25. To start the new semester right the varsity rolled up a seven point lead on the fast Duquesne five in a hard fought and exciting contest. During the first half both teams fought hard under the basket, but the superior pass work of Allegheny soon effected successive goals from the field by Wise, Parent and Parker. Close guarding resulted in rough playing and numerous fouls were called on both teams. That the Blue and Gold defense was the best that it had beednnso far is evidenced by four of the visitors' six field goals being made from mi - oor. Allegheny, 33g Geneva, 3.2. The second game with Geneva proved to be one of the best exhibitions of basketball staged by the team this season. At the final whistle the score was tied at 30 all. In the extra five minute period each team scored a field goal and Kofford was successful in a throw from the foul line. Boren had a similar op- portunity but missed and the game went to Allegheny at 33-32. At the end of the first half the Blue and Gold was on the short end of a 24-17 score, but in the final period their defense tightened and the offense showed a great improve- ment. Kofford and Parent led the attack, while Wise put up a splendid game against Harr. Allegheny, 2.7: Carnegie Tech. 26. The hard tussle of the night before with Geneva told on the team, and Allegheny lost an easy game by only two points. In shooting the men were simply off form as many short, easy shots directly under the basket were consistently missed. Allegheny, 2.5: Grove City, 29. Close guarding and spectacular shooting enabled Grove City to defeat Alle- gheny on the Ma1'oon's own floor, by a score of 29-24. Grove City obtained the lead in the first moments of play and maintained it to the final whistle, al- though the Blue and Gold scored more points in the second half. Coach Ham- mett's boys were completely off color in their shooting yet were kept in the One lxunrircd fivvzzty P""-fr' if? f:Qi"f.f.1'..2f'.:g1.1f1:r."f1Q5jrgft.'a1'i...'fr"f. J 1'.e"..i ,.."'a7 g,fy.t...3: . .Z-if' if-. fig' FJ5Eu:ZEf"X-, ffl' " f' .V r 'rf V'-T' 'rf' l!f'?v'i ' 'il' X' l '1 Air- Si all 1'9" , N ' at if t "'w..'x V. ,if .1 if ,..a""" .1 ,4 4-Lx A . 1 Ac., ,L ..,.,, 'pg N ,ts , ' :ln 4i.k.v"'1--I .Ly . ' - ag! EVM Af-ii A . K ' gif' 'Z"" ' V "I il ,JW -hr?-I ,L-Y' ' ,N . Q ' 'l 2 " .11 .1-wif' ' Q 1 -. ' X gf lifts-as- . C C t' ?1Il,2gr4,f Q11-.7 M C ll A' in ami if s -i"L'?'kP5,.1 ftfsltf, Qin? , ,-'filqiiff ' ix at 1 it W. running by Kofford's usual ability to drop the ball through the hoop from the il foul line, resulting in 16 of Allegl1eny's 24 points. Q5 . ,H Allegheny, .2I,' Westminster, 2.3. r Q, Following the Grove City defeat, Allegheny dropped another to Westminster 'l ,, the following night. As evidenced by the close score, the spectators were kept ml 1 constantly on their feet by the brilliant floor work and close guarding of both ' ' teams. During the last live minutes the score was tied several times, and it ' ,l looked as though an extra period would have to be played, yet in the last N thirty seconds Foster tossed a neat basket from outside his own foul line. ' 1, l Allegheny, .l8,' Grove City, 531. Brilliant shooting and clever floor Work featured the second clash with 1 Grove City and made it the best game that has been seen on the local court , ll this season. The whole forty minutes were replete with thrillsg wonderful de- s " tense, clever passing, dribbling, and some of the longest shots ever made in , N the gymnasium, kept the stands in an uproar throughout the game. Shorts , and Smith were the mainstays of the Crimson quintet. Kotford played a fine '53 floor game but had hard luck in his shooting, while Parker played Smith to a Q, standstill, the Crimson star being able to cage but one goal from the Iield. : , l , Allegheny, 521, Un'i've1's'ity of Niagara, 46. ' Allegheny suffered its worst defeat of the season at the hands of Niagara. At no time during the game did the Gold and Blue prove dangerous. Miller 1 Was the only one who could fathom the Niagara defense and led the locals 1 -, with three field goals. , ' Allegheny, 30: Hobart. 21. h A JN with wise, Parent and Miner bearing the brunt of the attack, Hobart . College was defeated by Allegheny in the second game of the eastern trip. 1 V Playing under the serious handicap of the strict New York State rulings, the I ' V locals more than ohset this disadvantage by clever pass work and strong , -V' il defenses , ,M Azzegneny, 23g Colgate, 31. I' After forty minutes of the fastest basketball seen on the Colgate court this ' ', li season, the Maroons emerged victors over Captain KoEord's quintet by a 31-23 ' I score. Parker, Koiliord, and Miller were the Blue and Gold mainstays. Koiord I! was especially successful from the foul line, with a total of eleven out of four- if teen attempts, while Wise played a strong game at center. Q ,1 Allegheny, 265 Westminster, is H In the last intercollegiate game of the season, Allegheny took the measure , " of Westminster to the tune of 26-22. Much credit is due to Captain Kofford 1 :lf for the victory, as 16 of the 26 points were credited to him. Playing his last Q 1 intercollegiate game for the Gold and Blue, he was in every play, and dis- ' 1 played his old-time form as an excellent floor man and foul-shooter. Miller fl also played a strong game, dropping in four pretty baskets at times when they ,l were most needed. li! Allegheny, Alumni, 2.9. VM ' The Alumni team, as they appeared against the varsity, represented an ag- gregation of some of the best basketball material which Allegheny has ever turned out. But they met their equal in Coach Han11nett's 1922 production, for the final score was 25-24 in favor of the under-grads. Kerr and D. Dunbar played the best game for their team, while Volk executed some of the prettiest dribbles seen on the local floor. Koftord and Parent led the attack for the varsity. One Imndred f'1U8llfJl-0112 m 1!.'i::.l ,JA.?1'l5-Y-'I-fix' 3-gli' 412- 41-'l-.. i'1.4.St-tX lM lvl if iff 'll I ,r "1 ' ., , 5 1 Mix. fLp"tl?.f?l.. A- ' ' ah fxx jL""f:f3L'+3rN-rx, r .iwf-J... . ,. Q 4.2 4,3 . ff -i'f,'k-'GI-H -' x i X if VN Q KL :If x Z iifitf f-715 QW ,.Q,.st1g.f'.1fff,QffgjFfgfif?g.i4'f 1 ' I 111 L 'gf-f-gi.4gQ,2f?f.. g.,1'f.:gQ5-irjgifxg W H- ---' -----un " ' '.'f: ,A-"-'f ' N V ' Y 'f - r ff' avr--E? P?-" '-:Mt i ii335'37:,fff:Y w-en.-fa-.1-fav-:z,..1r1a,. - if' f f . --'sf-Lf '42-fE?'3A '-r L1-1,-+ -' l 2134- - T 'rn 7'-L1'4iU7 -' " U s w vk u E Q33-Ek' .- V , I n 1 4 . U l m M Q In M? l 1 A Srrnnh Mlm In the- otl1er three men on the squad who did not get into enough games to make their letter this year, Coach Hammett had some material which was of the best. These men contributed as much in the way ot time, energy, and interest in the success of the varsity team as if they had been playing on the team themselves. . Brownell, '25, started his first year on the squad in fine shape. "Johnnie" is a clever shot from mid-floor. His guarding ability is Well-known, for those who saw him in the Alumni game predict great things for him next year. Judd, '25, is working hard to step into center position. ' Built tall, and lanky, he usually manages to get the tip-off, while he plays a fast iloor game for one his size and weight. Judd didn't get into many home games, but those who have watched him in practice are confident that he will be a valuable man to the team. Devney, 525, as a substitute guard, had to witness most of the games from the side-line, but those who saw him in action realized that there is a world of possibilities in the lad. He sticks to an opponent closely and is at the same time a neat floor-man. A X Une hundred twenty-ihree EJ Vfw 1 r,f.:1':,:-rg. - 1' -, . ,f f - e .-. fl ' f li, ,g:- , ' '-X HHS- . x lk . I .p .-., Uv., If-W 4? -t ",, 4, ' ' ' '1 X ,.f'TS, . . . ., X if . X .5 A A w. ...ya .:. -. "2 L, Ilhfy P 'RQ-ij ,, 4, -- ' ' pg, X ff. sl 11 tiff. Qi., I Il 1 xlylfkx K-4 . :AY Y fiy 'A " I' In 'J ' :"1"1f' f' ,'-i'Q:'4. ,Li ' , ff:-M ' ' T" -"'- -,:f'r ' 1 ,.,-E Q N-.9 ' A fats-'i'!,f:l Aff- L 1 g'2".i.?3.,4.:- - v' . , 1 --.-W .1..,-,KZ15-fig ':. 1? W, 211312235 ' I ' I 'Lf' -1 - 5 V ----feff-al, . My TSM f. . 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W l y I ll ll I . , Q 1' , One lzumired twenty-forzr K W ' , fY' ' g f fl ' -W u "1-kfn , Ek- -3' :Y: .3 V If "V ?!"j-753'-.1 2Y3:"L-g1Y1,1'?.fI'4',E..' 342' ,34 1-" Ii- 'S-',,a-I Q... 74 n-.N 74.-' is K 1-""'u"V:e A E A- if e e-:few ern in 'W A ' Q- l -5, gl:- 'i:""ff77VS'- ,fl y ' 4-'-7-5-X , :R 'X ja .V '-'-V fy", 1' sql U :fp-T H., ,'.,,- ,aff.f'i','2ff'f?1f,62..it'VIP' .cf-W ,L x -,Stix 5391, .gn 1 -XA 'ef an - -' ., - .' .'. If 1 4 . -' ' -f-ff v -L ' , ,- 2ll1I"'! f Mira? Vi in L -f-1 ' C ki- -' - xl I 'fi W-'S-X Tal E' r 4 -' 1 i' 'ff Q "1 fs- "-I -,M ' ' -A -' - ' '... f J ' if' - . ' . J ref-JI-:gi-.1.s,Q.fi.-L...Qi......,..-f' 'I A . ' ' -' v-5 - ?l3?T".l:-f if: Q-"Q -S Q., 'yew If If ' 'f f 'ip' 'ff Pf' ' Ji'--1 4'i7':'5lf---' Y W A7-1' "B "J 1, ' -G -4, ' I ,iz W.. -I ' .JEL - f p.-4. 3.212 5 -glgffl " --'1--'1l'-s.:':f7- 'J -'I' 1 1. fn' f -i - -'-v----lf----2.7 "'Lf'.rf...' .' --ff ZL :-E?'?f1.:- i-.A-1 'X r ' ' BA? 1 1' 4 1 12 1 1' xy if 4 1 1 l ll . Glmnia Swann for 1921 q ll 1 w p . Q With the close of the 1921 season it could be said that Allegheny had one Q Q' ' of the most successful tennis teams in the history of the school. With the M 1 evening up of matches between Carnegie Tech and Allegheny at Meadville on I x .4 June tith in which Allegheny became a contender for the 'Tri-State Champion- I 1 ship, it was necessary to play a deciding match which was arranged at Pitts- . N1 burgh on June 17th. Allegheny lost, but gave Tech a close race the score N L Lg being 4 to 2. ' p 4 ' lg Great credit must be given to Captain Cochran, '23, not only for his play- . Mt M ing, but also for his management of the team in arranging one of the largest W, and best schedules the school has had. Cochran lost only two singles and one N 5: double throughout the season, always playing his consistent and brainy game, Ni tn A Flint and Cochran were the stars in doubles as usual. Bittner and Clark also 'Q ,N :erfmiinid brilliantly together. Coale played a good game and could always , e re ie: upon. 1 1 xl R 1 , .xf . , . . 1. , 4 li 1 1 lv Urnnw for 1522 W .L J . 1 il .' I W' With all of last year's varsity'men in school for another season everything Ll 'Ki looks bright for a record breaking season although the squad faces a greater f i' I Schedflle than any other Allegheny raquet squad has ever faced. Besides ii ,N Captain Bittner, there are Cochran, Flint, Clark and Coale from the Tri-State 1 contenders of last season. Beecher, a former Pitt letter man, will probably give I, 5, one of the above mentioned men a hard race for a berth on the team. Iii l I . if it 1 l. l Hjlll it Sfrlpzhule fur 1922 ' ' If . . w 1 .. May 5-West Virginia at Meadville. H May 12-W. Sz J. at Meadville. 1,4 May 19-Carnegie Tech at Meadville. l May 23-Pitt: at Meadville. i ' 5 , May 27-W. 8: J. at Washington. I' ll May 30-Penn State at Penn State. .H Aj May 31-Westminster at Westminster. ' '13 June 3-Thiel at Greenville. ill. June 5-Carnegie Tech at Pittsburgh. 1 11,t!gN June 6-U. of Pitt at Pittsburgh. ll ' Commencement Week-Alumni at Meadville. 9 l 1 M . f": W 1 ll. wif: WH M' ly .R i , One hundred iwenty-five l.' 1 We A 2 - ess: -sf. ne- C y -f- . ff f--. ,W .r. 'lf fl f'f5:f"'Rsi?f"f- g . , srl, Y. WH ' ,J F vlffbgi -f ,1 I. .. x , f. . J 1 , 'Xffi ., .. - - , 4 . L hf - 1- , ',.' t - ' f e rw., N . 1 ,M if If Wan ,N. 'hr ' ., lygy ' ..!f"'t ji 1 In -0 5 H I N,,:F3E.lLL A -XL.. A Y 31. N Lge 1, .14f":. Zu, ., . 5 " wqv 'l'i"1'ffgE,3L1. ,Q ' " I ' l ,.n . ,.,. ..LL1!.15"A ' A V r ' ' "P:"x! , -W V Y l 4 - ,Va ,, ' 'LlifT"'Q"1i' ..i-'L:T'1,f'gs2':f3-5 . "1 l ,tf - ' 1 Qi-1"-fizi ig' tpTis1'C"n.- ,gg3....a-""H'fm'g4g-gk ,N,lpl,,... 2. 4.1. --e-f-"H- ' - -- - ' -fir been f -W - ----?--.- W .. . - 1.4 ,vi -- Y' 27-7 Y Y, - 1- -- 1-' '. .f'-1. 5 L1 rfw f-- '1'- 7 " e 23.4.1.1 ,stji . ' .PQ fl H51 l'Y , l 1 ,LW V W' if lxkyl N, NJ? V Fl E duh-rrlaaa Eewkvihall , 1 lx 1922 completed its last season of interclass basketball with the enviable - record of having led the league for four years. Although its squad has usually i had poor starts, a fast enough team was developed each year to overcome X opposition and take off the honors in the last, games and the series. The class W has always supported its representatives, and the combination of spirit and playing has been effective. 1 It is noteworthy that there are eleven men graduating this year wl1o have 1 played on the class team at one time or another. These are Secor, Bittner. r Cunningham, Booth, Murphy, Pringle, Doing, Conroe, Swanson, Frazier and ,Wi Bender. Pollock, Mansfield and MacGowan have also played on the five. The l competition for places has always been very strong, Secor being the only man who has played the four seasons. v . i 1 l , , 1 I i One llzlllcflml trwzziy-.Si.x' ix. i , t J 1 l Q 1 i u '1 it G M V TL HW, I V, 1 1 l 4 ill :gn l ll? . 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Lincoln High, of Cleveland, by virtue of more light and greater speed, cape '4 tured the honors of the second an11ual Tri-State, Inter-City Interscholastic li l rail Basketball Tournament on March 17 and 18. This is the second cup to be WH taken by a. Cleveland team, Central High winning the 1921 cup. The Erie l 'll representative, Central, again won second honors. Allegheny, of Pittsburgh, W P N was victor over the Canisius High five from Buffalo. l The Cleveland quintette characterized their play with lightning passing, 11 li. I coupled with an almost impenetrable defense. In the iinal game, with Erie, ' i but two of the latter team were able to pierce tl1e guarding combination for I goals from the floor. In the offense, Frank, the diminutive forward of the EN N 3' Lincoln aggregation, displayed remarkable speed and accuracy at handling 1' Iii, 4 the ball. Between Frank and Bennett, the heavier Erie guards had their lf W H tg 1 hands full. ' I ll ' The Deck-Daugherty combination was enough to keep Erie in the running I K in the final game. Although not as fast as the Lincoln passers, tl1e Gem City , I squad displayed a creditable brand of basketball in both of its games. '- ix N ' Large crowds witnessed the contests on both nights. Certainly as great V l 1 a success as last year, it would appear that the tournament is worthy of per- . L ,M petuating. The best of scholastic basketball was brought to Allegheny last , . Al ,' Spring in the Cleveland, Erie, Pittsburgh and Buffalo champions. ii, iw ,l W TOURNAMENT , ' ,m I ,Q li l Lincoln, High, Cleveland, 273 Canisius High, Buffalo, 18. ,. Central High, Erie, 395 Allegheny High, Pittsburgh, 19. Lincoln High, Cleveland, 215 Central High, Erie, 17. ji' Allegheny High, Pittsburgh, 31, Canisius High, Buffalo, 25. in il M PERCENTAGE STANDING lil: I Lincoln, Cleveland .................... 100'Af ...... lst Place ll it ' Central, Erie ......... . . . 50W ...... 2nd Place il l YQ Allegheny, Pittsburgh .. 5097. ..... 3rd Place 1 1 'm Canisius, Buffalo .... ........... . . OW ..... .4th Place i I TEAMS X , 'A LINCOLN CENTRAL ALLEGHENY CANISIUS . X ' Frank Daugherty McCall Campbell 1 Nb ' Bennett Deck Kaufman Eberhard l ' , Brandt Sweet McMahaon Schreiber 1 g Wolf Lannon Hoffman Manguso ,I Miller Hart Ebitz Zirnheld Q Um' 1 Leahy Turner Johnson Cavanagh , Simon Hubbell Aquadro Turnfield wr f F' Butler ei ix .1 IN ln- O . M 1, ne Imurlmd lfvellty-se Ili, ,X-l,ii,,-, ,, M, , ,H iii. -1, 1,3-ivfzriv N W, p Y? -v L ,...i-'iii v.z1i,1.1..: ..,. .L ,-iii? - F ' if-T-'Ei' :ji W W f TK H Y ,ix UW! . 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Kunselman, '22 IL, IJNI The success of the 1921 track team was due to its being composed of veter- I IYI an materialg fifteen of last year's squad were letter men from the previous 'W X year. v I I2 Duevto our weakness in running events, we lost our first meet with Carnegie , Tech by a score of eighty-seven to thirty-nine. In the hurdles, weights, and I jumps we more than broke eveng but this advantage was wiped out in the I I track events. g , Allegheny was represented at the Penn Relays, on April 31, by a. team composed of VVin1mer, Bittner, Kinney, Croasmun, and McCreary. The team I distinguished itself by taking third place in the fastest collegiate relay run If 1 of the meet. 1 By nearly doubling the score, eighty-five to forty-six, Allegheny won from , Geneva at Montgomery Field, on May 21. Capturing firsts in all events but the I three distance runs, Allegheny clearly showed its superiority over her old-time I II rivals. II, I Because ot a succession of bad accidents to the members of the team, Alle- ' gheny returned from the W. and J. Intercollegiate Meet with sixth place among III a field of sixteen entries. Crumrine, Miller, Bittner, and Bender accounted for A I,I our sixteen tallies. I I I ' II I 'I I WIIII I I I II I I II I I I Ii I, III I I, 1 II Om: hznnlreri twenty-Mille Q II-, , T1 W" fzmw.. ' 'm. .,..i. ,, Y ' sw I I """"1'-li . ii.. PTKWE--.A N I -Q .Qirffds f - fig f' ,fifu.Q.xi5g5 -K,--X., rg? C F!! ' V , ,JA ..f- -XX X -.A C .ZW A 1 D "Wax a 'C 'C I, 1, V -it 1 - Y 155 1' H 1 Nffillxx A N : i Z". ' V il.-i! ' I-,H ' 2 -i,i'1:1.4lV.l?-2? is-M ' i V . Ti bl .I . ., A. A 52-li 1 f . ' 4 . ' -, D. - ' V A F. i"f . -.1 . "fa M: ' .gA.glif:ig5 1 " ",l : : l If-L i.l'mAe- V V1A ' B B "' ' 5 s- 1 DW' -f' ' - B 'J " j4K13,'. , - A TT C +1 V li , W lt Uhr Gram lil , , N N' 100 Yd. Dash.. . .... Kinneyt, Bittner1", McCreary"' W I, 220 Yd. Dash... .......... McCreary"4, Croasulunr il Q21 1' 440 Yd. Dash. .. ..... Win1n1er"', Kinney" , N S80 Yd. Run .... ...... W immert, Beatty li l N Mile Run ....... .... I iirschner"', Corbett lv Dig li Two Mile Run ..... .... B acon, Brevoort" L 120 High Hurdles .... ...Bittner", Bender? f, yi c 220 Low Hurdles... . ..Bittne1-ft, Bender' il" 4 Pole Vault ...... . ...... Miller", Kotford I DC Q High Jump .... .......... C rumrine"', Bittner' 'l N 3 Broad Jump... ......... Crumrine", Bittnerit, Miller' l Shot Put ........ .... C unninghalnr, MacGowan'f, Potter' ' Discus Throw .... ..... M acGowan"', Potters, Audersont , Hammer Throw .... ...... C unninghanrt, 4MacGowan"F 'I X It--"A" men. i Srluhule l lp l May 7 Carnegie Tech .... S7 ........ Allegheny 39 .......... at Pittsburgh , May 21 Geneva. ........... 46 ........ Allegheny 85 ........... at Meadville V i April 31 Penn Relays ................. Allegheny-3rd place. .at Philadelphia ' May 28 W. Ka J. Intercollegiate Meet. .Alleghenye-6th place. .at Washington ' 'Q i EVENT xoo Yd. Dash . . . 2:0 Yfl. Dash . . . 440 Yrl. Dash . . . S80 Yd. Run .... Mile Run. . . . Two Mile Run. .. 120 High I-lurslles. . . :zo Low Hurdles Results nf iBual Efrark illllrrtn 1521 CARNEGIE TECH MEET GENEVA MEET Kelly CTD. .................... xo Bittner CAD ...... . ......... xox Tallmnn CTD McCreary CAD 'Lockwood CTD Winclram CGD Kelly CTD ....... ...22.4 McCreary CAD ..... ,..:3.: Lockwood CTD XVindram CGD Tallmzm CTD Croasmuu CAD Hillel' CTD .------- 31.1 VVimme1' CAD .... ..53 Brarnhaugh CTD Wimmer CAD Nichol CTD .... Leet CTD NVimn1er CAD Hiller CTD ...... Dykeman CTD Kirsclxner CAD Miller CTD ....., Grecnlaw CTD Bacon CAD Bittner Arnold C Bender CAD Bittner Arnold C'lD Bender CAD mb ..... TD on ...., .z:oS.1 ....4:4o 10:17 ...17.1 ...27.o Pole Vault. . .. . Beecher CTD . . . .. . Il Miller CAD High Jump ...... Crumrine CAD .... . . . . 5 :3 , lVa1'd CTD ' Shot Put ..... . MacGowan CAD .... .... 3 7:3 l-lerchey CTD i Cunningham CAD i l Discus Throw . . . . MacGowau CAD ..... . . 1 16 l Potter CAD N Tech 1 li Hammer Throw. .. . . Cunningham CAD . . . . .. 117 Mile Relay ...... MacGow:n1 CAD Tech ,, One hundred thirty L,-T, , . ,..,- Kinney CAD Collins CGD McCorrol SGD . . . .z : r4.2 Lathrou CG V Hayes CGD Miller CGD .... .,.. 4 :4o.3 Kirsclmer CAD Corbett CAD Miller CGD .... u:r4.r Axtel CGD Bacon CAD Bittner CAD .... Phillips CGD Bender CAD Bittner CAD .... Phillips CGD Dvll1Cll'Zll'I'l CGD Miller CAD ...... Curry CGD Crumrine CAD., Bittner CAD MacGowau CAD. Hundon CGD Potter CAD Potter CAD ..... Phillips CGD MacGowan CAD ...i6.3 . ...27.l 10.6 ..5:7 .37 IIO Cunninglmm CAD .... Il MacGowau CAD McCra cken CGD Allegheny lil ri fi 1 V il Fl 'T qw rm lv 1 ill ily ll ll . . , K . Y-Y, . - W Y V -ie 1 i ,W .W Y H47 A? F QA 2'-'j -fl 1..-rgl..'v':-"'ff,9.,,1 ... . ..:4,,.u 1. e ' Xi .X H X Xxx X - 'M nr: X1.X,.g..X'.-X -5 J A -- 11' 'X .fly ' -.-4-A. '-.2 XXX., -XX XX x XJXX'5l4X EX: RJ! SX IHX ist.-iX xnt:'QX-, XJXXZ BXXXXX,-XiXiX X XX X -'fri af 'T 4? f JT fi if - - ,Mgt T ff' fi? V12-.pL+w' .Mr -f-1 .--- Q- T 1' ,W ,. 1 .irfllzie-3+ . :rr 1 if lu ,. f"'5f'lisQ,iQE"yf..i'Q-1 ,: . .,, r 'L I-f'Wi-ffgfa fi R 1:5 ' +1 i Q NXT' 2'--L-131+":f,Ai,m-'-:LLL--4ifl Q.: fi, " - - fi i ff' i - 1- Wilma... ini X " '-' r il-"T' Q,'3E1'T'411.. " " .5 I JL - ' 'wif' -X,-.'7i3l' .,T" 55T?l ,':4 L-wif 2 ,, X .:...,.:. ff' '- f ' 'W i ' :Af L74 fl: -f fi-wibfl 'E "f','.'i'h'. ' ,7A?i'f'- : - f L. .., ii I ' -'- '-N-'ukbx 171--1-1-. ,,-11-'L-l' - T" 'JT f Q , ii f 5 ' 'i75'fa-.""fl"'H'ff'3Tgg5-'5'i5,f" "X '4. ' T ' I- ,X ,. X, I-w lm i - - , X T ..mXy 1 .Untvr-illratrrnltg Efrark lllllret J. Il I In N 'N ' 'li , The first Inter-Fraternity Track Meet to be held in the history of the 1 ' X X' XXX college was won by Alpha. Chi Rho on June the first. By capturing fifty-five ,X 'X 1' points, over one-third of the total number of tallies, the Hammerschlag Track XX X w Cup was intrusted to their keeping for the period of one year. That the meet X X ,i was a success was evidenced by the fact that one college record was broken X "Xl, and another tiedg Corbett, unoflicially, in the two mile clipping a few seconds I XX XXXm.X from the old time, and Crumrine equalling the reco1'd distance in the broad XX' H jg jump of twenty-one feet, one and one-half inches. X X ' QQ Alpha Chi Rho ..................... points i X .ii Delta Tau Delta .... points N Xv, ' ' f ' ts , 1X ,. Phi Delta Theta. ..... Dorn 1 ,P y Phi Kappa Psi ...... .. DOIHUS 51 11 Sigma Alpha Epsilon... points N 5 ,Xf Beta Upsilon .......... points I Phi Gamma Delta .............. .. 2 points X. 1 N RESULTS L ' i mo Ytl. Dash. . . XXIcCrearv Clleltl . . . lg I X Llough Ui. UQ X' Cm-roll tPl1i Deity l T X Haier cpm Psi: X 220 Yd. Dash . . . R,lAcCreary Cllcltl . . . , , ,233 W 4 lxmne ' lChi Rhob i i pale tgirl gziigil 'ry ll Sl Xi il 120 High l'l'Ll1'illes. . . lfendfl gllcltj ..... . . . . . . rg 1 1 'ix . lg X iX 1 i zo High Ilurclles. . . P5l1l'iCl'tX 116-5lrp.X,X.X .X ,.... . . .27.x w V L SNVOI' l ll ' t .Wi ii Shirer CSigJ Q , . . . X l4'X' llfinsheiai lf'hXi PS0 X Q 440 Yrl. Run .... llXnnmer fC1h1 Rho! .... ,,,53,3 ' ilwi' X Ixinney Kin Rhul .II i' Pringle CPI1i Psij " X X Fry fPhi Psil '330 Yd, Run., Kirschner CChi Rhol .... .2:o8.: I, X-1 X Xl'im'mer CQhi Rhob .MW Qarroll fPill .ileltl 4 X ' C-gale CDelH X ITM MHC -- lzQ.zzi1"'fa.5Sla:.?"0f'-'-- X Xi ' Cgo0dvy5x1cgPli! Psi? l ' X X incai fig "X "1 Two Mile .... Bacon CCl1i Rho! ...... .11 ni Ili, X nn-C1 gn, LLB fl X Kincaid CSlg5X N ' f Shot Put .... lLlacQowan lPhi Deli! .... .... 3 8' 4" ' X Lunmngliani Cileltj V Esiattey Q?1i1XlXl'ieltg N 133111 ll 'si Xii LX Discus Tlirmi XIa'!Gowzg1X CPhi Delth .... ...ro7' 3" X lottcr C1111 Deltl j'X Anderson CCIH Rhoj XX'l Agneiv fChi Rhoj X X Hzunmer 'I'hrow sgxnglnglianirpfDegjl.3 .... no' 3" I ' i' ac owan ll e t Xt Gralmm fPhi Deltl 5 , l Maben CPI11 P515 X X XXX ,XX Pole Vault. Egggligldojfggsx P50 .... .xo.3 .UI X Davis fSjgD X ek 1. Dykes Cbigl XfX X Broad Junip... Cl'l1I'lllA'illC CChi Rho? ..... 11' 1" .XXXX i Mansfield CPhi PSD 1 Xl wins CPhi Psi! QM X X Loomis CPhi ileltl NX i High Jump. . .. Crunirine CChi Rhol . . . . 3 J Mile RE!iZ1j'.... Agnew CChi Rhol Siedlc Cfhi Rhoj lflrg fSig7 X Lhi Rhug Deltg Phi Psig Phi Delt. One lzumlrcd thirty-one - 4.41 155 in lX : ,ln -lim' ' 5-.Li:"7',l1.t'1f f731i.:-' 3-4 Q1rfa.",..KwdX A -- -.guiiiiik i-s ,""'s .L . '.QQ:g1j,,----.Sf . -,XX '- kt 'W' 1 is s. 1 '- ff 'f . . . -52' fri, 1 , , V1 2. in N L .110 J. . ,Inj- -fi ' . ff ' . ..-0.32.-1 . -.. - -. .l . 1 1 ' , 1.13172 '- " ,- K - -'-'u,j.'. Y I I -1.,-f + .-142433 if it . ,J-Q., - . A , -....,,,....-.-H14 .nflwv ...,, --t I . . ., . ' - .. , " .1 ' " ' ' A- " -- -- A - -- Lv -Y Y V iz '.1f1.4., X . il' ' ' 'i"i. LEM F if V 3 f gg' SQ-.X 'Q .4 f It 'W .4r.zac""'-I'4r.Z:1!FF1..'."c.s.'-Iv? ii I A - .1- B -ff . E! 'H LN L '11 F4 E! ca ku r l r Vu - ,Mae - 4 r -fi . 5 , - F' ff- ,-ll sv J vf b l A-4 J , Boxing .Svraznn 1922 . F1 With only Leffingwell, the sole survivor of last year's championship team f in school, the outlook for a boxing team this year was not particularly bright, yet due to the excellent work on the part of Coach Krotzer, Allegheny now has Q1 a team which the Coach feels will be able to emerge victorious in the coming U , matches. The call for boxers immediately after Mid-Year Examinations re-, 1 A 'M sulted in the appearance of about thirty ambitious lads,,as green as they were RQ H ambitious. r Results of the annual boxing tournament held May 30th in the Gymnasium A r were as follows: L ' ' Boxing illwulia 5 H I cuss. C,'0N'l'liS'l'.XXTS mccxsioxs. 5' H Light Heavyweight H. C. Jamison Wolz scored technical A C. C. Wolz knockout. 5 H Middleweight H. Morley Morley won easily. y f C. Adams ' Welterweight W. L. Leilingwell Decision for Lefiing- L W. H. Hunt well. I ' H ' ' Lightweight H. Bliss Bliss won easily. P E. J. Gergley Q v r Featherweight A. D. Nichols Nichols won on aggres- . . NH' G. W. Eddy siveness. 4 Bantamweight W. D. MacElroy Hammett won on ag- V' C. Hammett gressiveness. L Catchweight Bout Ed. McCurdy Decision for McCurdy. Qi c. Miles , Q. Referee, Earl Krotzer. X l A Judges, Messrs. Jack Clancy, Joseph Guernsey and Dr. R. E. Lee. V 7 X Timekeeper, Prof. Hammett, L - Announcer, Harold L. Collurn. One lm nzlrvd tlririyvlfro ful ,. Y . 1?--.. 3 M L LLL - L- L- - . g . A -rl ,A I- Lf -. 'WWA f .-- -' - " -uqrfwf' ' '1YJ"ilf Y r Glrnza Clnunirg Elrauk Gram 1921 While cross-country track always has held a more or less prominent posi- tion in the list of minor athletics at Allegheny, the runs were usually of an inter-fraternity or inter-class character. This year the team took part in a triangular inter-collegiate meet held at Pittsburgh on November 10. After two months practice the squad was cut down to five men, Captain Kirschner, who also acted as manager, Bliss, Reams, Troup and VVinune1'. Considering that the course over which the team ran in Pittsburgh was totally unfamiliar and more than a mile longer than the Allegheny course, .the men did exceptionally well. Tech won the meet with Allegheny second and West Virginia a poor third. Captain Kirschner crossed the line second, o11ly a few yards behind the win- ner, while Bliss took fourth place. - Next year's team should be even more successful than the 1921 team, for Captain Kirschner will be the only man lost by graduation. With Captain- elect Bliss, Troup, Reams and Wimmer supported by several new men who have sprung up recently and show promise of developing in the distance runs, Alle- gheny will have a team that should he a credit to the Blue and Gold. - Une h:1mll'ef1 tlrirty-tlfrea . 1 4 . ,,..-:f-1 gf. x ,fl 1 X ---TI:-. -, , , ,, , N - -,.. '-'-x... , fy f. 'L tu. T Qty. ,H ight., g. ll. 1'-.V 1 ffl- --N ,f-SEV 2 .4 . - - .x .tif . ' ' 1. ,Af-f" xii. vi- f .H 1. H+" -I - Wm - A f 1 S ,-t .3 , f 'Ari '- .- 1, fx I-l . .f f,frl,,Q-iii xmfgl. nl: -A 0 'nl l I' ,E L- fat fb' "M .' -1 , .,. " V-.im 5 T' ' ' - ""? A,', 97- elk. "7 ' ff 'W ,U T 1 ffl' gig, Qi "'Q"M"' L' gfifa.- T T'i,"' 3,353.4--'ff.'-f'I1F 4 rllliv. elif' " 1 e - 1 V- -2514-.-.fl-'f' --2 N --- -1- 1 V' 1 'N-1f.'ei,..l ' l , l P, Swimming at Allrghrng . 1 On the whole the first swimming season at Allegheny College has been very E - l gf' successful. With the sport practically unknown here and very few men to , ig ' choose from, the team that was turned out went through the season without a il 1, defeat, which is more than can be said of any other college team thus far. Q 'N bitt' It is hoped that with the introduction of the sport here it will grow and .. receive impetus in the way of new men in the freshmen class and some support g 1. V' , from the athletic board in order to make it possible to meet other schools of H LQ this district. N it, The results of the season are as follows! 1 is 1. April 22-Allegheny, 381!2g Thiel, 20155 at Greenville. ' 2. April 28-Allegheny, 333 Oil City Y. M. C. A., 255 at Oil City. X , I 1 3. May 4-Allegheny, 385 Thiel, 211 at Meadville. P, Total points-Allegheny, 109Vgg Opponents, 6615. , 1 4 Allegheny vs. Thiel at Meaclluillc. X gi l In the drst swimming meet ever held at the Allegheny College gymnasium , the Allegheny team decisively defeated the Thiel swimming team by the score ' A of 38-21. A crowd of about 100 people witnessed the contest and all were very L 'U enthusiastic about the sport when the meet was over. With this interest in ' , ' the student body it is hoped to make more progress along this line in the fl future. Travis was the high point man of the meet with a total of 13 points to fi , his credit. Wright was next with 11, and Baur, of Thiel, was the star of'the . ' Greenville aggregation, having a total of 12 points. The meet was run off very , A 1 well by the officials considering that it was their Iirst attempt at the sport. . L4 X S'll,?7L?7Lll-7"if?S of the Meet. 1 V A 1 X 1. 160 Yard Relay-Won by Allegheny, Travis, Black, Fry, Wright, sec- 5 ond, Thiel. McCoy, Burkman, Couse, Duff. Time-1237 1-5. 1 . - 4 2. Fancy Dives-Won by Baur, fTJg second, Fry, fAlg third, Petty, CTD. its' l Lu' 3. 40 Yard-Won by Wright, KAJQ second, Travis, QAM third, Baur, CTD. yd H Time-21 2-5 sec. - l' sw 4. 40 Yard Back Stroke-Won by Baur, fTJ3 second, Wright, QAJQ third, lg I 1 Black, QAJ, Time-28 9-10 sec. y 5 5. 200 Yard-Vifon by Travis, CAJQ second, Burkman, QTJQ third, Couse, l CTD. Time 2239. N ' 1 L14 6. Plunge for Distance-Won by Denimler, fAJg second, Duff, fTJg third, , A X McCoy, KTJ. Distance-43 ft., S in. ' E L P T. 7. 22,0 Yard-Won by Travis, QAM second, Wright, CAD, third, Baur, CTD. 1 lv 3 V une- sec. 1 ' To date the best performances that have been recorded in the local pool are: 1 40 yards ............................ 20 2-5 seconds ................... Wright L, ' iigoyards ............ 36 seconds ...... .... T ravis - w yarc s ............. . . . 6? seconds ..... .... W right Q P 40 yard breast stroke ................ 32 2-5 seconds .................... Travis I l Plunge .............................. 51 ft. 1 in. ..................... Demmler . As soon as more men become interested in the sport the above records will Q1 undoubtedly be broken, and with the talent of the incoming class and what is ,br ' l p nowlin school any of the mediocre teams of this district can be met with rea- " v sona le chance of success. , ix So it can well be said that the prospects of establishing swimming as . an intercollegiate sport at Allegheny are very bright. .' 5' 1 mt MH I Out' luuzdrczl tlzirty-fi:'e Q P35-Z-1: -1T'...fl11i21 'ge -f"4i1i ci x..A.l,1.." Rm' 2f.""'y,ff m.."'f.FZ7-1"4f.i rs. 2:5'Sef"J.. . 1 ' l,g,,,f' ' "5 " - Qi . 1 A.. 1,-J, - ,gh , Eh,-. H .. -. ' Ein' :5: 'K H' XV. r- f . , ,.-, . af, - I -, :A f- I, , ' I Mil: i,2:P:l'. , 1. 3' , , N rl -...-..gQ-51.3.1 ' fffi. ' f. 1L1tf3??1i-. fd.. Lfifi . q .f'53"ffg:' .- . ' 5 . , .,.. 1 T i i E i-., .Ml Y' 1, . ,MA I V LN! T., Y- . ... S,.-...1i V: 4. . - . . . i W4:.1-..'-zE:fmuf1.'-sivsfdxiki15.3 Qi., 3415.-.f I .Y.11fA.K.Ei-1-vgi-ligiji ! r 'Q E rf Q THLETIC BOARDS C0 TROL 1 'V . . . N ju 4 . M4 . - . ,Ei Nha ' 2 2 ,P F . 1 k H . l .M 'I ll! 1 f E. ' 5 .W Q WY . . . MFL PAN 1 in Y. ' .Y + . Q . ,Q W 2 M 4 5 6 . . in M l a r ...M ff .w -1 g- l WS i . 4 X ..l 4 7 5 3 . Q' ' ' 2 fel' 3' ai' W .Q" g .xml A W IL wx Dr. R. Edwin Lee 4135 F. M. McArthur, '05 OJ: S. S. To d, '17. KID: Q. A G I1 L, E N V '15, Q-U: Prof, C. E. Hammett Qin.: Dr.xR. B. Gamble, 'DJ UU: A, K. Km1xnc1', ZZ, C hz pl P, E. Tluyrnzxs, '14, trip: R. T. Domg. '33, 493. V . MW. . .L A W , A - -..,1iH W 33 52344-ig, 1 Q 1 1 1 Ti ff' ji11T17x5 X !"'I.f 1 Y 14: . I 2. i .Aix ' 'L' fm r , --1-.1 4"?x'1'71 .Ai fx? 41,1 AF' 1 s :Ai x ,- 1 if 1. ,Ji X' ...J'-31 ff ,h V? 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J eau Howe, '24 1 '11 111 ' 111191 1 11 1 1' 111' 111 1 1 1 1111 1 1 1 1511 1 ,E s 11 X W 1, 1' 1 One Iumdrcrl thirty-seven 11 If g-igW 5 i YW I i v W ifhn w 154315511 1 1 1 Y' 'r1""'f1sc,...E i'r....."'1: 1!y,1u 11 lE 4A--l- ff-,-,--- i,' 'lgiiiw' ,,1.-,: - ,N - -114-Qi, ,-, 'A I Q" ue '.v?"" N'-lf-.lily ' K 1 gk 57- ' 11533. 6'-. . .L , will Yi ig., Y.. V fgj'.f?: .. 1 , . ' ,K ..v P' " '- ,. . ' ' T 'l"r l . . . 1 '-si "nf" "'-J" ij!" - - f f 15 'I T "' 'fi 'e ' L-:-. .sv W.: it 1 ' 1' 1 ' 1 1 L , . . 1 I . Yhgaaiif- all les fl: Y.: Hf Isl Q1 .L 1 1 nw' Annual .Unhnnr Jlntrrrlauaa illlrrt fif- The annual indoor meet held in the gymnasium on April the first was won by ,lf the class of 1922 with an eleven point lead over the Juniors who were second. ff , The first year men emerged third, while the Sophomores found themselves in a . LL' class by themselves, known as fourth place, with a grand total of five points. "J Some new material was brought to light and several college records were tried. McCreary in the fifteen yard dash, and Crumrine in the high jump U equalled the records in their events that have stood for over a decade. Mac- '.' Gowan in the shot put came within inches ot breaking the record made by ,gi Dormer-er in 1914. Li Medals were given for first, second, and third place in each event. ,' The events follow: '14 15 Yd. Dash-First place, McCrearyg second, Bittner, third, Taylor. Time, U 222. CEqua.ls college indoor record.J 440 Run-First place, Wimmerg second, McCreary, third, Bender. Time, 'Ji 55 seconds. K 3 Shot Put-First place, MacGowang second, Judd: third, Ellsworth. Dis- 5, tance, 45 feet, 2 inches. :- Pole Vault-First place, Miller, second, Moore, third, Taylor. Height, 10 1' feet, 2 inches. YQ SSO Yard Run-First place, XVimmerg second, Blissg third, Little. Time, 2:06:02 E HurdlesMFirst place, Bittnerg second, Ellsworth: third, Bender. Time, 1,1 4 seconds. 5 1 V Potato Race-First place, McCrearyg second, Bender, third, Wimmer. Time, 2022. ' High Jump-First place, Crumrineg second, Juddg third, Bittner. Height 1- -1 twinning jumpj 5 feet, 5 inches. Tied college indoor record of 5 feet, 6 inches. .. 'E The summary of 'events was: v'- Seniors, 32 pointsg Juniors, 213 Freshmen, 145 Sophomores, 5. :df ' :- fl I' I. F V Une Inmdrrll tlu'r'ty-vigllt ' t . w4'1- f --- - - 1'-'A'-r' "' ""--"" 3'5" "W fl' J. A'7 , . V-If Leg TJ, -g:',l.,hiy,l5 1:75 g,,-:lap 'Q' .. '?,.,, "ea 'S-I .-I L.. .J .L.e, .J TJ.. - T J.. .-an ,. , ,. - "CTL: W mi- ' I Vi-fz'.fff'7'5't' -if'Q3'2-I 1 " ' , " r --.-Ji .L - ,. . ', s"' - WEL .. df., ,, ,-, 4. , . . -.f:ff',,- ,,-, .M -. wu- . V 2 .. ,. .,g,v ,in S, Hin . in ' ,-, ?,.- -, -,-- , 4 4 J. ,ML v 5 ,L . . V Q I 2, . M rv M -k-V I Q' U ' Q ' '- , wg, 4- A ., :..:L..iY'7gf,L2'TIg',,2L7?Ll'l-b . X it I I Vi! ggi, 'I-I-v-r ! ' L A :ggtx-f.. 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Coleman 151' iv' 1 General Manager ........... .... C harles H. Wills 'UU 'N 'I Editor-in-Chief of Kaldron .......... ........... J ohn C. Bird C35 Editor-in-Chief of Campus ............. ..... H ugh H. Buchanan fly N nu I Editor-in-Chief of Literary Monthly ..... ..... G eorge L. Bird C21 ry Sk Pk bk 'F 'H ' . .1 M ' ' General Manager of Publications .... .... X Valter XV. Bingarnan Q51 V5 il g, The Publication Board handles the three main publications of the College: Im rf the Campus, the Kaldron, and the Literary Monthly. The Board authorizes all contracts and expenditures of money, dictates the policies of the various publi- U cations, elects the editors and managers in accordance with the competitive all , 4 1 regulations and, in general, is responsible for the publications of the College. ,P 1 W if .41 1 ' 1 , , w i al . N .4 ' .V W i . One lmudrcd forty-one 1 ' fx M xt: ,. "' "mv in W Y - -K ,ff4-, " " - "LA 'W ' Ty' 'iiii W' 'izzffii fl. 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" , ' 'C Ralph c.Limbe1-, '22 C43 GENERAL STAFF Courtney Dale, '24 C131 Lois Halderman, '24 C103 Alicia Tobin, '23 CSD A Elizabeth Laffer, '24 C175 Ruth Tuck, '22 C5J Ralph D. Bacon, '23 Sara Coulter, '22 C33 Kenneth B. Fry, '24 Elsie Reynolds, '24 C183 Williani J. Dale, '25 C163 R. Pierson Eaton, '24 C191 BUSINESS MANAGER William L. Henry, '23 C115 The college year book, the Kaldron, first made its appearance in 1889. It was first published by the junior class but later taken up by the fraternities. The present budget system under the supe1'vision of the Publication Board has proved- very satisfactory. The Kaldron appears once each year usually about the first of June and represents student work entirely without faculty super- vision or censorship, One lmmlrca' forty-three T "" -7' " 3' ""-..L3'.g.."' ?I.s-'-7i..n." 31- 1- , 41. - .1. , .V , Ng. 3-.f, ,.. ,,. ,. 1... .-,. -,,,,..4L,........ lair E Q14 U it 'H Pg FE 'Y W 01 XJ I! 1 W Qin Q1 sk LH r' 3-4 A fy fx 91 fi ff! 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E.,-.. , l:ff',,,.,.7ir.-Yl'fs,i7-'a.j3,,-,p,.,v V u ...Ulf T1- ,pl-l, A: . .Q , ,L R V V Y aff . -E 4, Y , 2- flgiglfri, G Y1- 'Q-71:47 s '-' ra-wgiyyffvf ff? - f +5 in, 5 W .X -'J'-Yfl X f ,Kr H , J, t ' 4 1 I lk ' yr Glampuz Sviaif .L , . Editor-in-Chief ..... .... .... H u gh 'H. Buchanan, '22 C13 Ii Associate Editors... . . . G Louie: Ig'u5n',ZZ , eorge . 1r , ' l Assistant Editors .... .. Ralph ,D' Bacon, '23 M' W. Melville Jones, '23 173 DEPARTMENTAL EDITORS . Campus ..... .............................. . ..Francis Pitt, '22 Q63 if I Club News... ........... Ruth Tuck, '22 C83 v H Sports ...... .... R obert L. Murphy, '23 1103 Hi Society .... .... athryn Robins, '24 C183 4 ' Humor ..... ....... M artha Brown, '22 Q53 W N Exchange ..... ..... J osephine Hovis, '22 C143 Alumni ..... ...... F lora. Trenouth, '24 C133 N 1 Feature ..... ...................... L ois A. Halderman, '24 1113 ' STAFF TVRITERS VL Ethel Olson, '24 C163 Theodore Siedle, '24 1123 VU Charles W. Havice, '24 Q93 Courtney M. Dale, '24 1153 1 : Manager ..... ..... ....... ............... ...... W a l t er P. Swanson, '22 C173 l The Campus was first issued in 1876 as the College Weekly and since that time has never failed to portray the life on the campus with its activities and prospects. It has done much in the molding of student opinion and its files are one of the best histories of the college. . I Positions on the staff are won by competition. '-A I N One lumdrczl forty-h':'c Q' - A H , --.. , ' .I ' - V , .ff 1 9-'X fur-.11 , N- f .- 'SPH'-"' --." HA -, A , -- N.. .M -E X. ' S" " Jo ' , D U-', nf' ' 4 ,- . ,V 'Xb ,EAL - Y' A ., 4,, .. , A,...1 ., , , i, - .. Q . - .-s 1 , ..gm -..:. - , s . I? , ,' Y -- , 1 Y ' fs,-1 G,'.:r-,'S'4'-555' 'a-,r .,.:,!.1'-'1.J5 Y L. , . ,Qw.J:"1-Lf ' '-ff"-""J'i-' if -i-'- 'wi : .l , 1 , . , - ..n".L...1Vi.n., iff.: ,Lib . ' , ' 1 . , . ' . 1, 4, Y. U ,. - if -,- Vfjxsn.-. 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Eitvrarg llllnnthlg Sunil' I 3 Editor-in-Chief... ..... George L. Bird, '22 fly I I I III' I II ' I I I II . I It I STAFF In . I I I NI Helen J. Bowman, '23 CSI Hugh H. Buchanan, '22 141 II I Alicia Tobin, '23 123 I. B. Estep, '23 C35 I 'I Ii I John C. Bird, '22 C55 Mortimer Graham, '22 C63 'I' i I , III I IIII II Business Manager... ...... ....... J . Edwin Larson, '23 C75 I I ' ' II. I 'I I, I The Literary Monthly was instituted in 1896 to meet the evident need of , MI in I a publication to encourage and foster the literary talent of the college. I I I V If The Literary Monthly had a varied and checkered career until the adoption II ' I I ,IN of the budget system by the Publication Board in 1920. Since that time it has I' I ' ' I flourished and promises to fill its place as the literary magazine of the college. . I . , . The Literary Monthly appears seven times each year. 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H. 1lVeaver f7J 11 11119 1 1 1. 11 ' 1 In order to give the students more opportunity for self-government, the 11 1 Men's Senate was formed in 1916 and approved by the faculty early in 1917. 1 11 1 111 The constitution provided for a body of seven men students: four seniors, two 1 11 11 11, juniors, and one sophomore. The duties of this organization are to super- 1 1, 1Y11 vise elections, enforce college rules and traditions, and to cooperate with the 11 11 1 411 Faculty discipline committee in case of student discipline. 1 15.111 'An amendment to the original constitution was passed on May 7th, 1921, 1 which has very much improved the former system. Under the revised 1 11-1 constitution the Senate is no longer based on class representation, but , rather on fraternity groups. From each group there is nominated three 11 1 juniorsg one of these nominees is elected. These men compose the Senate 1 1 1 during the following year. Should any group lack senior representatives, jun- 1 1 iors may be substituted. During its initial year this new system has been , , 11 very effective and highly satisfactory, and it is very likely that its efliciency 1 111 will increase with its experience. 1 1 1 1' 1 11 1 1 1 1 ' 1 1 '11 1 11 1 .1 1 111 111 11 111 1 11 111 1 11 111111 One hundred liftylone 11 111111 111 e H,-. 1.111 '1111 1L-,---.,.1s i 1 1 V e ' I 1 WT- 1 elif HIYQF? if -iv-:rg-tg 1111 55121 11- .,,-,1 .fn , 1 5 , ,Z .eg . i---- es- - W-- I' yi W Y TF' ' ' , ,Z'5,XQUX3fQ. -N ji- "Wx .f-f-L lad-fgql-,QM , nf- , .'A .gf , N--f. A - -A A E ,uirfgr L -Jul -, I '1-,' A - ., A , W , '. , -QW, -1 A,'t4:v,' fy Q Q H. .,....4... Q -4 L L 'ufa ,-A . ' " iff f E L A , , ,E :JS-2.-'N --, -. . - 1. fx -E: E P'14f.L..4..:3E.. f 1,.',--44. 2 Q,'92zZ'l4 fl ,-,"?'i7':,li - V ' : v -l . . l. iff- -- :f I. 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I My N 1.+jI:r,Qigm-4 L.3Tf,,I.L.I,f,-igijgiji 7 ,- 'Ta A 'L x '-42 4 I., , ,MJT 1 1 ,5 , 7 5K3-7 '-3' 1,-'J131 r or ff +1 Tr 'L rv fI:f-,,.ef..1I1-f', 41,425-:A 2 A- I s - I iff' II if to :if AY I I' I 1. I I ' I I fI N5 I I 4 I I Il I I Q I I I II I I Ig I VI I I Q I I , U Q I 1 I II u N , 1' x, I I mumen 5 Senate - " I ' e II r el I, President ........... ..... ix frartha sehan, '22 up I II Vice-President ........ ..... M arjorie Abbott, '22 121 1' Secretary-Treasurer .... ,. ........ ..Sara Coulter, '22 CBI I I II First Junior Member .... ..... I iatherine Simmons, '23 C41 II 'II Second Junior Member .... ........ L innie Louden, '23 671 I II Sophomore Member .... ..... S -ara McQuiston, '24 683 I ,I Senior Town Member .... .... W mlfred Britton, '22 Q69 I I U II Junior Town Member .... .... N ellie McQuiston, '23 f5J 5 7II ' II I The Women's Senate acts in a similar capacity to the Men's Senate, and IIN. has functioned in a decidedly eflicient and satisfactory manner. ' , I A I In ' This Senate not only does much to promote and maintain college customs I' I' and traditions, buj: also very effectively governs the conduct of the women of ' Inf. the college. Two representatives are sent each year to the Women's Intercol- I IW' legiate Association for Student Government of which Allegheny is a member. I II I I II, I I" I I I ' I I I I! Il II I I 1'I iI,II 4I i III II i II I One lblllldlllf fzftx tluee slug.: ,Ln 4L -L 3'43-'I Kirin 445- QEIEQ. .4c....4.1. nie- 15..- , Ln in .,-.--i4:-iiifk- is I 2-41 1 efeleiileff ii.-:itat ,,-- 4: 71"--' N 1 - " ' - L 1pJ+B9"Efa?-be "- -'- 4 ,.-'-:gf ff' '-iq 31- ' ' s La -:QV . ' ' ' 'ffl' ff " Via . , H, H ,.qYJfQ.j'jf1 . ,',. b I 5f33.'u,1. 3 -1,5 1 . 3 fc ' 1 2-. pl'-ffilf fy! "5-. ' ' ' , V. .V ' " ' 'i' """'TfQT, ' LQ . -E "I "QQ Az- -, , Q T, ' Q- ' ' "j .4 VQIIQI 3 jg,1?ii'lIQ""'T.'!C!..?..rd g is3:g5.1:,g1, Q. .1 L1 n'uf:'fQ,A7 f . 1 1l . 'r ' - o o o it i if 1 N - .Q-sue:-.sf f 3,1 L F. 1 1' L l 1 1 we o Q 0 Y X I ' iii 01 A ' ' il 1 1 if . ,1 , 11 President, iirst semester ..... .... C . H. Neely, '22 V M H President, second semester .... ...J. E. Larson, '23 ' ' . F. First Vice-President ......... ..... J . E. Larson, '23 X 3 Y Second Vice-President .... ..... C . T. Boynton, '23 Q X ' Secretary ............... .... C . W. Havice, '24 Jil ' t Treasurer. , . . . .. .......... . ........ . . .G. D. Braun, '24 ' Q1 Glnmmittsr Cgliairmrn 1 . Chairman Social Committee ...................... ........ X 7. E. Wise, '23 V Chairman Attendance Committee ...... . .... H. H. Buchanan, '22 ,Q l 1 it Chairman Social Service Committee ..... ..... I . O. Fleming, '23 55 1. IH Chairman Americanization Work ................... .... E . J. Gergely, '23 L l M Efllarulig Ahhinnrg Enarh . 7 H' Dr. F. G. Henke, Chairman H, l ,N Dr. J. R. Schultz ' Dr. I. R. Beiler f 1 1 4 1 1. 1 Y 1 S34 Yi li V1 The Young Men's Christian Association has ranked among the organiza- " tions of the college since 1875, and has always been a great factor in main- taining a high moral and Christian attitude in student life. The Association at Allegheny, according to the expression of the founders, is 'tan active organ- ization of the Christian young men of the college for purposes of personal im- 1 1 provement and direct assistance in religious meetings which may be held in XJ 11 til' the churches of the city or surrounding country." P The Student Manual, the Y. M.-Y. W. Reception, Americanization Work, the lt. N , Lyceum Courses, and the weekly meetings are among the activities of the Asso- ciation. E P ' Bentley Hall, Ruter Hall, Ford Chapel, and finally Cochran Hall have been ' I. 1 the successive homes of the Y. M. C. A. ' X, 1 l 'I 1 1 lm! 1 ill 1 '1 XM1' . l 1. l I l I ll, xy' 1 ' 1 .1' -1 1' lV1 'N 1 1 l I ,li A l Une hmzdred fifty-four 1'!l , --- ' Y. 1i1.l.l- A172 YV N17 Wfff 4' H: ', if 'f'3'4g.? ""+'5'?'L: Taiit 552: iigf'-H551 f? -'ze 32' i1 I 1 1 G 1 : J ,fvrvi-:iii ki fgth' I .rf ifl?.i,.9"r -"1 ,v fqiw nf A ifxfxx ,SA,- -:Q 'H E5! I , 3 : D' 'A-fi' "iff 1735. .2 '. 'Q "f71'.. 'X ,- pp". A,-" .fji"-.!"q"3,f..-fl 'f X 11 V .ji 7, .. Tafz -31-' ' 'KW fs is : - Kia L- A , '57 'A . L H7 'U' - -if X1 1 .-21" Tl - "7 -, "J fr 1 f "- tf rift:-Ll ii I 'Evil Ak- ,.ktf.3YA- , . ,-if .Q:5j'Ii'5-1"-1 Vt. -Q, V 1' .. ' lil f -l A -f I - I--is . - , tfgvffelg- A fy , Q .-,, ' ,gf 6: fssi.. 2 77 "1..s-' 'PAV 12' P M - '1 ,EF ,lug 4. 'T :,gi5 ' '- 13113 if V f ill M e - - - - -+-yi.ff'Q:1fii3i:l-1:32sa'??l:5.?Q':f,4T ggi gf? V 1 , Xi-1'-5 5f'J' ' ' V or II y . . I y fl u in '. ' 1, A ' W ' : l W Q1 ' ll pl 'll A Q l l ll g M L I l H T l '. 'l . ll it lm. in - l :l Ui I w N , F Ml, Tll r Svtuhrnt Hnluntrrr Eanh A Tl ' l 1 L! 1' . 1 1 , ll' President iFirst Semesterj . . . ............... Dorothy Leeper 6 i S President fSecond Sernesterl... ................ Blanche Joyce ' 1, " ' ,l Vice-President ................. ....... , . .Stanley Thoburn N e' Al' Secretary-Treasurer .......... ..... S ylvia Barnes , H 1 ' l jQ Publicity ............ ........ . ........... .... M a ry Whitiield ,' l ' l , 1 lv! X il N' X 9-rw Honorary Members lj , . ' Mrs. Thoburn 'N 'W 'lx I Nineteen ff'lL7l,l17'8f'l Twenty-Th1'ee it 11 , Q' 1. Luther Gerhardt. Stanley Thoburn I 5, l Ig li Dorothy Leeper I It , E ' ' if Nineteen Hundrerl Twenty-Four I' I ' l Sylvia Barnes Blanche Joyce '12 'N X .JI Ruth Greenwood Mary Whitfield w 4 ' '-I l . w 1. The Student Volunteer Band is a branch of the Student Volunteer Move- X l, ment of North America which is an organization of those students who intend '-Q, N to enter the foreign mission field. The Band endeavors to maintain high I ' " Christian standards in college life, to study the needs and problems confront- ing foreign missionaries, and to present to students the opportunity for useful l 1 X' Christian service. it ' N ' 'f Meetings are held each week for study, prayer, and discussion of topics fl " i of interest. , ' ,N ll , ' l w I, I! y lx ll ' ' ll 1: I 1 ll w , l lu 5 V l l ' ' ll ri it I ' .1 fl 4 W Q., l' l 'nl ' ,. ' , . V l 'ml J in rm ,V One hundred fifly-fwe M UI' . - f '53, iF ' -lf"-r"iiE'i'fi""f 'N W . 4 if1:4..1'f2-4.1.11-. 4,tvK.v."f...a..'2.1,1fH25gL?.z-.."ff,.fzf1r.:..f lI if :f .:.- ff- -fin Y 'as-ffrs f t-4 sf-E-- 'qfgl A Y. . if-,?g,,y.l J,-A W f, 1- . - I' 'swf' H ff . , -Q3 . 'ati ,fs t , ,.fff-Iiirmln is I X I , if-.4 I -Q- 13,5 ,f:f'.Kfig?1,-tizifigf xr xt , . Vw, I,,-Tai'-QQI g DR .. 2- rn-.I ..,J,.1 ,f I QQ A as ,, 5, ,Q t -, It 77- H471 'f.".L , - 1' .,-K,-I+: X41 I, ffxl eg: lf- --iw' OI is ,wif If , -- W-Eiiggi. vgr:-!g"sa. 'TL .I ,A , 5- ,IL L v:-f,..5-.f1x.-5,- -'5-.73-A-,,..,.-gr, ,ian i Wd VYYVV, b A A . I V' , H , , ,V K . . . , - ,, ZW, Lf " - UT- ' 'J' , H W f- - E, , . .s ',.4- , use aff 9 IlIl!Es:fi1Ff,!,z 'Q-f'--'- "3 Lfw- ' WV- 1 - ..-- 'LI'-:+ - ' li - if kg I u '-. I I . . II I' I :B I L Il ' 2 H fl - ff , . . QI. A. Glahmri G President ........ ........ . ..... C lara Weller, '22 Vice-President ..... .............. . Louise Hulin, '22 I: ' Secretary ........ . ............ Mary Whitfield, '24 U I I Treasurer .... .......................... I Catherine Simmons, '23 ,I I ' e I Qlnmmiitrr Qlhairmm 9 Chairman Devotional Committee ............................. Francis Pitt, '22 Chairman XVorld's Fellowship Committee .... ............ ll 'Iary Henderson, '23 I Chairman Bible Study Committee .... ..... .............. S y lvia Barnes, '23 L Chairman Social Service Committee .... ........... .... H e len Shaffer, '23 'P Chairman Social Committee ............. ..... . .... ...... M a ry Gealy, '22 L Chairman Association News Committee... ............ Sara McQuiston, '24 L ' Chairman Day Student Committee ....... ............. M arie Charlton, '22 6 I 1 1' I I ' The Young VVomen's Christian Association is composed of women students H who are interested in the promotion of religious welfare, and who endeavor to unite the women of all creeds and organizations in a combined effort to follow out the teachings and examples of Christ. The Association fills a practical need at the college by arranging for get- , togethers, hikes, and various other social events for the women students. I I I '-I Om' hundred fifty-seven in s-LL, Q , -4-'lj- , i 1 ? , . ' -5- X .-,ezrw , In-'rg rj ill: A if-ianf , , xqkg-v L -I V '12, - J .- ' f 11: av ' 3? . ,gf f H'r-- f X ,'.- F- ,fiff ' ,o my z- 3 ' ' J ' fr' .- ig., . 1. 1 V' ,gijggew .ge - . - ..,.1, ,g... .i, 1" -Q -. - g, , Y' if .'..LJ.gJ..Q.L.-.lg,..,..:. f' U ,fi"'Tg7"'-gym-.A kivr rw it J 2' J " 'iffi NE..1.:-T, 1 ' ' 'Uni A-Q f'.1f..ij?5u-41 :Q-is 'HT' "3 ' . ili'1FF' L.: lui- 122: .Q'?"4, V' L . g.. .. --.L 13' J i i wil ' D iii W i l ll " e 1 - f ' ll in i A Mark A Glluh V. Ag President .......... ..... H . C. Millei . 1, Vice-President.. ..... ..... H . H. Loomis ,' 'uf' Secretary-'l'reasurer... . .... V. L. Wise i My Sergeant-at-Arms .... ......................... ........ H u bert Morley " it IN Honorary Members N N , Dr. R. E. Lee Coach C. E. Hammett J if .f 19.22 I l, D. J. Murphy G. R. Kirschner L' X , R. L. Baldwin A. J. Bender . ' 1 L. C. Dundon D. L. Parker ' , 5 Kennedy Crumrine T. W. McCreary i I X XV. R. Flint D. W. Frazier . X 1, H. A. Jones M J. Brevoort . ' V J. W. Kamerer G. C. Bittner , l ji A. K. Kramer M. E. Graham . R. B. Secor mi' .V 1923 i M H. c. Miner V. L. Wise ll ', M. E. Kofford H. H. Loomis Ml K' H. D. Dale C. R. Wimmer w ii, 'j Hubert Morley C. H. Wills ix' lx 11 S. R. Mountsier P. W. Clarke will L. F. MacGowau : r l, JW P H si it 1924 -1 1 it ,xml . . in z D. C. Coae J, ' 1.,. ' V. M. Wright K. B. Fry .1 ' L. A. Braun H. R. Houser rw . , I lg I 1 M .1920 Qr 1 up VI, R. H. Fuller B. 0. Meyers 'A :Jin M. L. Judd F. E. Reed I., l 'Q fl Alex Graham M 1. M if The Block A Club was organized for the purpose of bringing the A men of .ii 1' , , Q 'Q the college together in a social as well as athletic spirit. The club has done .Vi 'JV W 11 -much to foster a live athletic attitude in the college, to cooperate with the 5 lil college authorities in securing new equipment, and in general to take a vital W . 4 interest in all phases of athletics at Allegheny. It has also stimulated inter- . I lj 3 collegiate friendliness and good-will by giving smokers for the visiting teams i, N after the games. . X x Meetings are held every month in the trophy room in the gymnasium. 011ly ' 1 those athletes who have won their letter are eligible to niembership. The I emblem of the club is a gold block "A" one-quarter inch in length. N i J U. 1 1 E Mi l ' ' w One lI.llllll'1'6tl' fifty-nine 'Lx?'..-7l.il'L.3lii."......r,ae..-.-.L1k :'!'2'5.."'-.L -:E'I.-if -1... zkx... 652.3 CZ.-:J i '-1" ' " ' ' " 'A """ " ' " " Em s ,A frf ,, . Y ,- 'Q' VFLXLII'-1l.h'JG '1-f'7""-1. VL iv .K -X-it-.TX 1 af, .I 7:1 i x 5 Ai' - 1,4 . 'W A. 1 '-.N X I ,X Ag, ,Q . 1 1 g,,..f - x y..- 1 1 . '. f . 1 11 1,5-,ie 1 se. it ' . A ' ' 1 ' if , ' 5.1" ' '1 J '1 X rf .M 1. fi re- ff- -1 1 I y ..-.-L... . 1 .1 545- -A u v- - 1 A ' ' 1 A Q, 1 1, ,AU e.,,l f-I 1+-.. 5... 1 -. ., V 3 A nw , -In A 4, 4 4'fjW'9.i1 .. gs r 1 'Ml' 1 , , , 4 .. , . , "' ' 'ul I f . . A' if - ,A - -.. ..- '.. . 'T"f""BL Q' ' A"A" 'C -A--, "AT Y-q1ff1?k' s " 1 'F ,Af I r ' ' 1 H? -,, LY Y Y ,ggggfljjglwjm "'-"""Y pfirgr-.rga-g'Q1.'2m':5'ggi'5:ien111.' ,X -5 '- .4 gljl.-. -, P A ' L i 1 'ff-ref i i i 1 :1 V- ,gl-USS-hiss: . -Y 1 1 211 I 1 ir 1 1 1 151: Q9mll Glluh 1 Chairman. .. . .. ..... George L. Bird 1 ml Secretary .... ..... L ouise M. Hulin 11 N11 Treasurer. . . . . . , ....... Alicia Tobin 1 11' A 1V 11 Honorary Members I 1 1 ,L 1 Dr. J. R. Schultz Prof. H. S. E. Goodfellow 1 Q 1 Dr. S. S. Swartley Prof. R. W. Thomas 1 1 Miss Edith Rowley Prof. c. W. Skinner 1 91 Nineteen H'1mclrecZ Twenty-Two -1 1,2 H George L. Bird Olive Hammerton 1 J John C. Bird E. H. Hickman ' 1 ' Martha Brown J. C. Hixson 11 H. H. Buchanan Louise M. Hulin 11 - R. T. Doing Marjorie Lillie 1 '11 1 Mildred Ellis Francis Pitt 1,411 Elizabeth MacLaren . 1 .1 1 1 Nineteen Hfimdred Twenty-Three 1 R. D. Bacon E. J. Gergely 1 4 1 1 Helen Bowman F. L. Jolly 1 ' ' W. M. Jones J. E. Larson 1 ' 1 Alicia Tobin R. L. 'Murphy 1 '11 Nineteen Htmdrecl Twenty-Four 1 KH 1- C. M. Dale C. W. Havice ' Y ' 1 1 2 A J. J. Fries Ruth Ling 1 1,111 K. B. Fry 1 T. A. Siedle 1 Q11 11 1' 111 Lois Halderman Flora Treuouth 11 1 1 1111 3 After having enjoyed twenty-three years of successful endeavor, the Quill ' 1, 1 Club continues to stimulate and encourage the literary talent of Allegheny. 11 11 1 The membership is limited to thirty, and includes only those persons who have 1 1" 1 1' exhibited some particular merit in the field of literature. ' 1 1 During the past season the Club has brought Carl Sandberg and Vachel 1' 1' Lindsey to the Collegeg it has brought many noted literary leaders and poets '1 ' 1 ' here in previous years, as well. A 11 1 1111 N111 Meetings are held each month in the Quill Club room in the Library. At 1 11111 these meetings current and classical literature are discussed. '1 1111 11 1 1 111 1' 11 11' 1 1 1 1 111. 111 ,111 111 1.:11 111 One hundred sirty-one 1 1111. 1111..i..-..--f-T -- -- -Y W . U7 L .-,i'?'Qf'f111 ' 'L J1 ft 1 .fs fi 1"'-'5' - .V 1 , f K. . ,. ,,, ,Q -u in rrlui 5' ,I . . . Y.. ,., in ,, .LT -4 F771 ,.tf" 111.iiL3f-fp' :A K 'V' ' N-X '51 '. .fwisf-1lw1'l"f-1.1. si v'Vli'I"l L" -6,-V 1 'i 'Y '45, ,K ' ' ' ff-?l,F'IY-1 , xx-' 1' figs .-1-4" t,,!..:i .111 Yun., fvlitrz-.,.,ql ,iii .+ 1',, Q V X ,lQ,'Wf5,.fQ2' WHA fb? lui. ., , ffl' EJ! Hi92T'ffe:..fs g-f- ses "1' X-fs--:lf-iEf?' K?a'71'i ' -11 'll 11147- '.'f4"faY!P231','1-Fftze-L:3fJ' PJ - 7 dl 1V e E. t s wif P 11 -,- ' 1 -P -A wife se 1-he 1 1 Vg I XPQTC' - 1-f-egggv 1 1111 . 11 11. ,V , v, ll ll 1l 1 C Ii: 1 1 "N 1 1 11 1 1 if fi 1 5 '11 .1 1 ,ir 152 1 5.7 n 1 1 wgeww H n 1i'f 4' 1' ' President ........ .... IV Iarie Charlton U ,W 'JN Vice-President ..... . , ,Coral McMillan I1 'Jiri Secretary ........ . . . .Jerome Hixson 1 ' in 1 H1 l Treasurer .... .................... , , ,Elouise Fink 1 Q 1 ' i , 1 1' E 1 W1 Honorary Members 'N ,W wx Dr. H. WV. Church Prof. Joseph L. Russo 'L ' 1111 11 Miss Antoinette Chevret Miss Naomi Kayhoe Q 'fy' 'f Prof. Geo. L. Doty Q ' 1 ' 1 ll l 1922 1' I ' t Marie Charlton Francis Pitt V1 , Coral McMillan Gertrude Houser Q ' 1 Elouise Fink Bess Jeffrey X A I1 lf! Nelle WOOIGY Varene Collins . 'N 1 11' MHFY GC-'filly Marian Dusenbury 111 M1 Marjorie Abbott Miidred Ellis ,1 , M Ethel Kerr Elizabeth MacLaren ' '11 11 Jerome Hixson William Jordan ' ,1 I1 Merrill Maitland Hugh Buchanan Howard Maitland Daniei Murphy 11 411 Kennedy Crumrine 'mi 4 - . '1 W . 4 1' , 1 ' 19.33 M 11? Virginia GPQHBHB Raymgnd Cgurtney .'I1l il. Helen Bowman Ethel Swanson , 1 5 N 1 ' 1912.9 I , 1 1 I W A. D. Mook Theodore Lorz 4 George Happell 1111 f" ' This organization is composed of those students and faculty members who ,FI Q H. 1 are especially interested in the French language, literature and art. The regu- ,,. lar meetings alternate with L'A1liance Francais, the international French '11 . . I 1 F 11 organization, and are held at the diuerent fraternity houses. A French play 1 . I , . is produced each vear. 1 '11 ' I ' MMM -1 1 1 1 ,X , 1, W I 1i 1 1- 1 if One lznmlreil .virtyetlzrcr '111 .f 1,- - f - - F I Y fs.-- - 1 1 . , e -f -i-.----.- - .-- ...w P' nL3',4L1..." 3'4.m.'T Ki.' 3..4 ll Levi?--f' i "if: +-'Q 1' '-f'-i'I..'f'+- - 111'-f,fT fi? W- - - v -L y , 1.1, , 14712121--.,,. rr 5 I rl, "": f"Q X ,xx r W, 1 if ,wi-X R Nggxx -fi, f 'tt' .' fr e fit .' Aditi? li ' " "rf A "L A ' ' iff' ' .KTL ' 19", " :JL-Q:.C' H" Q H , .fLf'p'iif.ff'..', ,, . ff A . ' ., n, rg! 51, .V , M W 4 ,, , .. . , ,V -, -g . - ,., J- ,V ,,A,, - ---- , Ast - r fl 'fin W .- ' , 2 z .ig . '. ., - Z- '-.1fL'Tl1t:giT'i"' I - -M - , -..,w. 7 A- 'se SANS -Q . V - It 'I .A , Mt j L,',2fi,i' vfll-5 3, :Q v 2,431 f.: -,fl ' 3 5.3,-in g yi - ' 1 W1 ' ' - -' ' A' Q',f-'.-f5gf11"': ' ,If.f'i W A nl' ' 'E if gi lr f-'rf . ' IVN' . ,.q1':of . my wb xa.iliILrL..- .wi i I l W4 . 4 LW . ,Q ll Cillannrral Qlluh 1 n 5' Chairman ............ J- GGFSGIY, '23 X. W - 1. L 5 Secretary-Treasurer .... ...Mary Miller, 32 it i ' It Faculty Members H 1 W Dr. W. A. Elliott Dr. I. R. Beiler 'P N Dr. C. F. Ross Prof. A. D. Frazier l Dr. F. G. Henke Miss Edith Rowley V N q l Grafluate Student Members A Miss Maude Copeland Miss Willielmina Trauin 5 V, 1922 y . Xu ' Mary Miner H. Francis Pitt 1 1 , Gertrude Houser Lucile Drake WN1, Kennedy Crumrine Elton Hickman fl l I u it 1923 . W " E. R. Burdick c. s. Tiwbum C. F. Boynton J. L. Ross my E- J- Gefgely Sara Steele , My 1924. y iw! Edith Bl'iggS Katherine Kruder M ,, "2 Mary Dorworth M. L. Gerhardt Dorothy Rose George Braun H R. W. Pratt yu' ' fn, 4' This club is the oldest departmental organization in the college, and has , ' ' been for over a quarter century an incentive and outlet for classical study. N ' , -Its origin and rise is a resnlt of the efforts of Dr. Elliott, who in 1897 banded ll 1 together a group of the students then interested in classical literature. ' ' Although there are fewer students of Greek and Latin today, the club has V, . Nil retained its strength and is flourishing as in former years. '1 I It , E, Pt ! ni eg wa z rl M in twig M R One lxundred si.vty+fi:'e V fit Q in . - -A-Y - -- -+ ig " M3QsJ'f rg' rig if Tj' Z,.7'...-.u."u32'-Q K . fi l ,F -":x'Qx.f?. r T N' --A f- if . . .Tr 1251443 IA i -f f f le, M jf- T. V'-N A, F -V .., , v 'ly K AY . Kuff.. Qggizxf v 1 -.W J 4.',JA Url, , L ,A t I eg v .V v, 6p?v,,.m' rw F ggi I, ga? - ,N K Intl- N .-,L .H ,:.1..,,. fe J-,ap r- --i .-wi - ,A .f i f9"4'P-'D' YL' "J'eiffSIe.fJ.,..g.,'-,, iii - . E7 E ll ' ," IW' ' ,fir .nf - 4 all 'fp '.,,-4.-,',, V,.3 T--"1 gg..-'A -1? -A-' -f-A-f:-1-4---.-. f ' V, 4 1 ' I '- '.' Sf EA '7'-"f'N': LQ' ,1""":T""""""""'L'4"'t'Ll""' ' "ii ' " Y-, ' 'lf .Q '- X11 'khfgu -lg 1- . .Flext -L.. je! ,-.:f.:-S . - 1.-are 1-f-f-eff qv ili -T- T -Q-gEJiZ:i':gp,gh.f3gg.-3,,,gi'f AJ,:.:,Af gl WT-1 lf -1?4 I M i in ii ' 1. ,F il I I p V . J . . . ii J ' 1 p flinging Emlngtral Glluh i A A li ii L ,ix . mi , N President ........... ...... ............ W . E. Severn M l 'FL Vice-President ....... ......... ....... S a rah Peabody A X , 7 ill Secretary-Treasurer .... . ................... Sara Coulter ' ii' . i N. ,I . i a V i Hoozorary Members I4 H 3 I ' Dr. C. A. Darling Prof. J. A. M. Stewart .4 ' Prof. C. W. Skinner ,. F i 192.2 i P' i xi A. W. Shewman W. E. Severn Qi H. A. Jones D. D. Kirkpatrick l .i D. W. Frazier Rum Tuck . O. M. Cornell Louise Weclierly L ' R. I-I. Weaver Louise Hulin '. ' Sarah Peabody L. C. Dundon X 'X Sara Coulter S. H. Carlson W3 George Booth J. C. Bird N wi F. N. Parent Francis Pitt i i D. L. Parker Eiouise Fink li , xl Grace Runninger Marguerite Brown I, .ff 19.23 WI Ruth McCafferty O. L. Cartwright ,W M. E. Kofford Marian Hamilton N , R. D. Bacon W. R. Flint I. 0. Fleming i Wi 1924 i -f Iwi J. E. Cauley Leonore Berlin 1 M M. Moak Alice Roach U i i, 1' ' I X i The Biology Club seeks to further interest in the field of biology and to W ' ' encourage original work in biological lines. The club was organized in 1914 I Q by students who were doing advanced work in the department. 1 i 'l Meetings are held bi-monthlyg the first one being devoted to discussion, and I the second one to hikes or study of plant and animal life. tt, Members are elected by ballot and represent those students majoring or ' especially interested in the department of biology. i ' I , i M L l W A1 1 ' 1' i i Il! F i i ii Om: Immlrfd .si.rty-se1'en I - ' i. .-gill ,-- f----- -' , 1' . A 'L 1 -f-W-A-L. Pphflyf' . V-352.1--1-1---f--f' " 'L' "JF-g'1""- Liffgfi " "'?l'f??i1" '-1'-' QV 47. -at 1 I , - " R ,P " V X -,r'Ns, .ff, 'YQ '. '21 Y ,-f Y pr" . . , Jn" ps. YQ, qs ' N ,. Ll . 4, lilbrf jf . N35 lk. 5 z 1 . - Q7 pf ' -' --. -- -X-1 -rg. ' w - ff -' , " . .-, A-I ,-,pf ,,-M!..:- Y i J 'I iv A " :r lies-12-1'F"le .3e?,s?-'ff'-Qi'-5'i-lfl w. -- lf 'W 1 . - P P P 1- aaa e '1 Jef e as E i .1 :lv lr 1 .gk ...J I W l l P2 H lf H my fllllnhrrn lirnhlvmn Glluh g, 5 President ......... ...NV. H. Maitland ,fi X Vice-President ...... .. . . .H. H. Buchanan A , if Secretary-Treasurer .... .......... . M. Maitland ' Members l A HI S. P. Bates W. M. Jones Q: A. J. Bender R. L. Klingensnlith V W. WV. Bingaman J. E. Larson i X R. C. M. Blodgett A. W. Mabon L . C. A. Boiunger H. M. Mamand VI' lm .N H. H. Buchanan WV H. Maitland V X P. W. Clark ' R. M. Powell Kennedy Crumrine L. A. Schafer p All H. C. Eaton F. W. Smith 5 l I. B. Estep H. E. Sterling " 'm D. W. Frazier H. G. W'are l J. L. Gel-don v. L. Wise LN' T. L. Johnson R. B. Doing . I U V , The Modern Problems Club is an organization consisting of students . H ul especially interested in Economics and Political Science. The Club seeks to , encourage the study of the economic and political problems of our country 'T L, ' today. w 4 r Membership is limited to thirty students who must be in the upper classes 1 and taking advanced work in the department of Economics or Political Science. it The Club meets monthly, at which time some question of interest is discussed. 1 JN A banquet is given in the fall of the year. 1 , l at E A w L1 in lx ,4 A ur fit J E One lzuudred .vi.vl-v-nine l it 2' if 2' 'Q-1'?1' fs: H1 If . f.. sq.fz:z"2.zz'..f.v:"-w7f'.1.l!1 y ,Q ,1-'5? 5, ,f531x.'i mr: 1 1- , A P If ff, lrll 'IV 'x L fi is .mf -f7H,7'L11 ifftr jpyf' l l - g'..w-W1t'if."fl f M"-ft: 11-ea' 'xr ,.l ,. ,M .Q 1 1 fVKx , ,, , ,, 1 ., , px . g if X T' A -' 12.9 1 "Nl W 'I ff-1 1 .fi35f'f Y '1 Q' 'Z fi? '91-P K if ' 11 l. , 4. M sf "-'V1 I - --1: -uwrffi,-1 ,ff Q 1 -"' 7' -' --Q H FCS-2 V LMT... f. 3 '- 4 til 'J 'I 1" r ', .A ' 1 ifiifff-t?f,.,i'j.gtf..,.1i:,'ff9,QJ-glial'.....1'7s.'lg.,..,.., ' . F, 'ffif f? . .ie -fp,f1:,4j-5 3 ' . . ,41',- - if 'Jaffa-1'-1f,1 1"h-If-, ElT21gEf'3Av I risen-Trf':'s,s.f C 11 'ilk - f, ,fm 1 if " ' TWK- if :F Tj' 'ff' "-, fi, lg,-,f,f.'Z."' -' ,,-Tips' Lal- H -e i T74-. 1+ rw 'S-:H-1-j5e,3j5g'jf' T j 1 -115311-unset, 1 IN l l11LrIII rf ll w N 1 1 i1 1 1 1 I 1 1 rl , I l v1 1 ll pall U1UPIl1fP1h Glrnturg Qilnh ii 3' ', l , n 11N ' 1 President ........ .... lt flartha Schall H l Vice-President ........ . , . .Coral McMillan , I N 1 Secretary-Treasurer ..,. .... . . . .Mary Gealy 1 ' Ht l 4 lt , mee I1 i i Louise Hulin Marjorie Abbott Winifred Britton Martha Brown Marie Charlton Mary Gealy Olive Harmnerton Charlotte Jelbart Marjorie Lillie Clara Weller Bess Jeffrey Coral McMillan Francis Pitt Alta Postance Martha Schall Varene Collins Sara Coulter Elouise Fink Genevieve Hovis Josephine Hovis Ethel Kerr 19523 Dorothy Leeper Mary Henderson Maria Avery Helen Shaffer Helen Bowman Katherine Simmons Harriet Titus Ruth Wood A The promotion of interest in, and intimate knowledge of, modern topics, 5 E 1 such as present clay literature, world topics, investigations in the field of sci- 1 M3 1 ence and sociology and the training in freedom of expression of opinion on ' T these subjects" is the object of the Twentieth Century Club. I W ' 1 The membership is limited to forty and consists of those young women 1 especially interested in History and Political Science. it I 4 Meetings are held bi-monthly. Il, U rl 1 l 1 1 F l 5 iq ji., l , P3 5 'ja n 1 l ' 1 1 1 f l x 1 15 1 11 T it ll 3, l I1 1 Il? 1 Que Irumlrcd J'L'i"L'lIfj'-0llL M' Y Y A... ' tg- '-' - .-."'i'jj ' - Ji- ,Y f -A V" Y 4 - f - '61 1,gg51,235-,g,,i-fT.g-11'-.,f..1..'rf'..r.5'11f"f..t a...a.'f-?...f.1..g,.jf.:1-'g11..ff".f ,:.,j,f5..,i 1 1 . I V ' .Z 12,1 gl. ffl' 'fxixi ,f"lf,:i 1 .+I,'TiN' :N I '- 7: . f - .. fl-'ff5'?3i.1 'pf in 1' N . . . . .- as 5' ff 1.'J'1igyi, -'H-3 Av .4,g,L,g,f. .C ,V S 1 ITQQ-:Egifts-gsrilgsgqne an , ' rg l"i'Di"i D D is is ' ,:f'Tg-fgifil. ,255-jg' i D I i D . Q. if , ggi .. as up 1 Q . - , , i l pq Qwtnrg ann linluhral Svrumrr Glluh J Y 5 fig P m, President ........ .... R . T. Doing, '22 i ghd Vice-President ..... ...Dorothy Leeper, '23 I , V Secretary ...... .... H arriet Titus, '23 N Treasurer .... .... D onnell Marsh, '23 E A . Faculty M embers t.. -, Dr. C. B. Coleman Prof. Ci F. Littell Honorary Members 1 H. G. VVare W. W. Bingaman 1 V 1922 Q Marjorie Abbott Francis Pitt , ' Winifred Britton Martha Schall I R. T. Doing Clara Weller 'FA J. L. Gerdon J. C. Hixson li' Mary Gealy Ethel Kerr , ig VVi1n1a.'Lande1' Elizabeth MacLaren 3 ai Marjorie Lillie Sara Coulter 1923 If C. A. Bollinger Harriet Titus 'vm Dorothy Leeper J. E. Larson rm' Kathryn Robins Ivah Jennings 1 1 Ruth Wood Donnell Marsh 'Q Mary Henderson W. M. Jones 1 1912.2 Tillie Olsen Margaret Hild NW H L. T. Pattison R. W. Pratt ll W K. A. Smith 'N 1 I 'N Although the History and Political Science Club is celebrating its first 5 i birthday only this spring, it has adequately proved its right to exist as an 13 b .X organization of the college. fl 'j , The .club consists of students particularly interested in the study of His- fl! Lg TQ tory and Political Science, and its meetings are given to discussion of these , lx : subjects. 1 A i Vi . ,. i M 'Il Ms y Y i i 1" ii f- U , " One lumdrcd scz'e11ty-flzree i tl' tl P W, - W --- - - M - eff it-' 3-I-f5"'1fvf?i-f-' f 25-f",':3f'g17-E!Qi, 7 i , . 'X1 2-5 - C. .'Xf59i3n7UI-1 ez- is ,HAXXQL "f.T'f ZX.j'?1iQtX 4 '1 'I-HX X XX XX X I ..',, X . XxX 'IX'-5 XX xiffff " fj X' 'Y :N '.""'.f .-,' fi ' "?XW'tN. . ffl' ',,.' si ,V J' f X- ', ' -JU .AX X.X,t'-,Qi ' g XC U' ' 4. , .Q'yp7g7fTf'.X ,LQ 'L " , , X L-. X 1 M o ,f : T-1. L Lggljg I- -' 7 V51 44", A ' Wi RSD- A A ' " 'H tin-49 '9?Lf'Q1'?' V -. . 4: . r X Xf' f 4 ' Lg 1 L 1- X7fLqi:g 7 gf..-,..:-f . " l ig 'Y' tif, ilk pf X I lv X X 1 i 1 rl . Xu l l .N ' I i Wm lv W Wi rX X Xu.. ,XX l X ll o o o X XXX Xl. Button Svnrwtg nf Applreh Swrwnre X X X ix ' X XX Nj LIMA X Ezvecutive Committee X lXN 'M G. VV. Pringle, Chairman X ' IJ, tl H. C. Miller J. s. Conroe X M I J, W. Morntyro fr. A. sieale U i i Honorary Members E WX J Dr. o. P. Akers Prof. R. H. Skelton X XXX XXX5 X Prof. B. R. Beisel g XIX l 1 192.2 ' X V G. L. Bird s. w. McKinley X XJX l J. C. Bird G. W. Pringle X . N X M. J. Brevoort J. S. Conroe 2 X . XXf S. H. Carlson ' W ' rw tl 19223 XXX ll 1 H. C. Miller J. W. McIntyre ll' + XY E. A. Finney B. B. Mock l X Xi R. P. Agnew T. E. G. Greenlund Xl' i 'X.X' 'Xi G. W. Chapin li l ti 192.5 X i I T. A. Siedle C. E. Reyner X . X3 D. H. Coale . S, R. Mountsier .N X XXX., X L. L. Mocleery X1 l X Xl 19.25 U' I N lX A. D. Moore G. O. Muse X X jXX . L. Green X! I Dutton Society of Applied Science was named to honor the late Professor L Dutton, the former professor in mathematics and surveying at Allegheny. . . lX X Meetings are held every two weeks either in Ruter Hall or in conjunction 5 X I Xl ' with the local chapter of the American Association of Engineers of which every X 3 1 X man in D. S. A. S. is a member. X X X XX Membership is limited to the instructors and students ill the Department " i 'l Xi of Surveying and Mathematics. An executive committee consisting of two sen- I .X Xl .lX iol-s, two juniors, and a sophomore supervises the organization. 'N l X1 XM lil iXX X XXXl XlX lXI all XX gli l4iXX Xi!! Om: lmndrell,vc'z't'11ty-firm' VI N 1 X X . Q .Y iXX K l XVI. DA .... A- - 4,1 A s ji. L X. gg A,,Il1'.f", S. PM 'ff gf? -XjIXX il,-f:e:: L-ff A elf'-L o 1 L' 11' I i v I rl I .1 if-N. .cf 'Ley x. if ,-ICSYFE-'1Em"'g'?7.2kx. N327 -f 'N - ij. ., K UK f. -ff : X XA.: V, f --45-.4 '55, .re A . sf X f .. fi., , '9 qu' .1 A . ,Af "' ,- , X-.Tift ,fe g ,' ' i . ' ,, f . 0 , M ,.-5 , 1, L ,eil . V. ,,. I I wi, Y N, N l- . 1 -i 1 fd? - Arif"-. A f ff 1 L' . . 5 ' -. ' n . 1-!-"P'w.u-fic' 5' f"1 ,N -"L if-'wif' .-,' , i ' - ' ' . 'tt-:iz-4-.:.a-Fu'-, :A U . -1. V iv r -ei A -, --,-,, It .3 U 1' .i TCE' A F 'A-Tffig' 'li Tjfl-li. A, g fi ' fi , A: '. . - .fklie 'CLC ' ifilill-lietffalfi 'fyR3Tg3'i5-Q'IC1f-Ft?C'f ffi"5""?iLx .Te-,x i l xllyep 1 'TQ ' ' ' "iii,-"."',Tj"gk gf-jf' ' 'K 1 T i K ' i i .' ' 1 lx! .fl . . X 5, 1 N if Q Ju Flhnhurn Glluh . ,flu . M . 'xy 1 President ....... .... E . R. Burdick ' L Vice-President .... ........ lt 1. M. Mook N lr H Secretary ..... .... C harles L. Cusick N. r 'i Treasurer ..... ..... . ........... .... E dward D. Staples V f l H0no1'cL1'y Members . 5 Dr. I. R. Beiler I' 'li :fm N'im"tc'c1n Iiimflrcd Twenty-T100 'Q .X S. H. Carlson ' 1. '4 Nin.f'tCe1'1. H'u.11.cZ1'efZ Tiuentgf-Three X N 1 l C. T. Boynton F. H. Moore li E. R. Burdick - c. H. Neely l f A C. S. Thoburn y Ili ,HW Nivictccn Himclrecl Twenty-Four M 4 G. R. Braun C. T. Little i. L i ce. L. Cusick M. M. Meek 1 i Nirmtcen. flumlrecli Ticviity-Five I4 il 'nh E. D. Staples R. J. Hurst .X r if P. R. Weyami V. A. Chilcote ly . . L. L. Greenwood . I 4 ' To the late Dr. C. M. Cobern does the Thoburn Club owe nmch for its growth gf and development, It was Dr. Cobern who stimulated interest in the Club and ,X Nl ,lib who gave his support at the time when the organization most needed a guiding it , .N hand. In 1907 the Club was organized for the interests of those students who ', r R were preparing to enter active service for Christ, and has ever since striven to N l 3 ' maintain the purpose for which it was founded. ' li . . The Thoburn Club, while essentially intended to consist of students for .' the ministry, offers an attractive and helpful programme for all men students N 1 II interested in furthering Christian principles and ideals. xi H is X yi' , . 1 , lil. N1 . amy i ii. W ' i i l l i ll ., , . ,, 1 , rg Ii I All I . ill W iw' OHL' lumrlrcil .w:'e11f3'-seven el 1 . . 4 . . , , . , il' H' UQ -- T - --- v -i-.H f'iY 'l'i-'-..... 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' fkii . 1 g'1f.A1'f:q,gQ1f,j'fP1 A 3, , 'J , 'um' . , . - 5' Q -1 g f' Q 15. J + ' AA 'ff 4 A f' . V X, ly , ' I . , ri , gyk' , , I ', 'Qi V ' fl- ' Z Ei I , w as ,Q r u LQ ,J ,jf U .f 45 4- gx 'L , K - ,, , Q , fzf ' -EE .SW-f-.wgliii QTY- 'LZ vfff' ET -.L-ilk 51 '-L"f,,f?1--'E' 'LF -1' 9.1 F: 47 ui uf J N ,gf-rx,-,X I II I f TI IIIHCIII-5 I -e " - , Ir X A! .'X'.'?I ,IIA Ar! 'II Aff' I I I ix? I A .TI A .I-N 1- , If I- fu- H 'pq J.. I I A vi, ,mlixfl It ,-if fx .Li - -'N - U-V - I . 4 .. . If rs F' ' .ip I- If- ' I I I 'L-'IlfIII:iiI'II ffig- INIJIISQZ3- II I Iii-I 'III III'ItIIIf+T'--if 'Q 4. .fi II I J. IE: ef:f:-??3giiT3" 'I .-irI ' 'TI .3 1 I ie. 'if II Ii Iiile-. pe - . -. - .2FbTIIIII I IIII 'Iii -' AI' H -- W' I 'I'1f'.5?FQ-ZCIIQIZ -j15"f"I'I JIT' i -14 T7 III I . if III I IIIII- II I III 'I II II"I I I I I I I I I I I I, ,I I I II' ' I II II 3-Xlleghrng Glraft Olluh I III I President ....... ...... I Q. A. Hines II III Vice-President .... .... 0 . M. Cornell "I Secretary ........ .... H . B. Patterson II I' I' Treasurer .......... ...,. I . O. Fleming I Sergeant-at-Arms .... ...............,............... .... R . M. Powell II I I I ,III I III I I I I I Nineteen Hundred Twenty-Two H. H. Buchanan C15 D. W. Frazier C75 I 0. M. cerneu C65 D. L. Perirer C145 I R. G. Cunningham C45 H. B. Patterson C135 I R. T. Doing C55 W. E. Severn C185 I L. C. Dundon F. E. Smith C20 IIN - F. N. Parent C195 I I Nineteen Hundred Twenty-Three I C. T. Boynton C25 K. A. Hines C95 III I. 0. Fleming C35 W. JL Parker C155 I IIIII ' R. M. Powell C165 I I I III Nineteen, Hfzmdrecl Twenty-Four II IIIIIH Q. R. Gage C85 R. P. szeeue I II E. L. Gesteiger C125 II I LI 'I Nineteen Htmdred Twenty-Five I, I I R. R. Hayes C105 L. E. Ross C215 I IIIII J. C. Graham C115 J. S. Sides C175 , II I IIIIIII The Allegheny Craft Club represent Free Masonry at Allegheny, and is I I II composed of members who have or are ready to take their first degree in Masonry. Although the Club was only organized in 1920, it has flourished I I I remarkably and has done much to promote good feeling among student Mason. I I I I I II I I In III I IIIII ' I? I II I III 1I I I One liundreil seffunty-nirze III w I I III I A Y -Y Y, ' , 'T1.,-7 YjiIIfiIIb" f"f..Qe. 2:1 Ii' "'l4.zI.. -1""'f.. eI....5rr',.J.e.. ..i"f...,.e.... I 1. E " f f-EH! glfgfg ffgli, I 'f'ijQ2 fif.1ii: , , .. ., , , r , ,. . , , ,vu L l,.,.e,....-.F.. -......,,- A., . ...,,...., .Gt gpff, -5'stf:f 1gg T 55.3. Til? Q Y . .- --- v H ...A-Sie- e- i. Coulter r ' L. 1A'- 1 i 4.2. 'fill ,-' 1 we ' Y Y- EA , -Ifliffw. Q i-A 21359, ,aft i . if fi, " 1,1 or VIA' Q fri-I. , ' 1 i' 1 '-:1a,v.4-1 L. 1. 3, v- ,' - -1 "' ,Lf if-,y-A A 4' ' 71 'll1l...: " f - , ggi-Ei-- -. - F -4 .- ' -1 1e1'i,5,.-eg.,-,'T.'if 1--xwjrg, , TM, , nw, . :air eg, . ' NI N i 1 l' ' ' lb 1. l 11 1 1' it H l'1l .1 .1' . . 1 1' 1 Mutual Nnurrahmrnt Svnrwig I1 l 'ii I V 1 'li 'V 1 President ..... .... . Sara 1: W' 2 X ' I Nineteen Hrmflred Twenty-Two Marjorie Abbott Louise Hulin 4 1 , Lucile Bly Grace Runninger fl .rx Marguerite Brown Mary Miner Varene Collins Francis Pitt l 1 Sara. Coulter Anna Redman 41 Q' V1 .1 rl 1-'ll .1141 Fil .1 11,1 UPF' . 1 Uf V. 11. .II 51. t MI. Vlll Marion Dusenberry Elouise Fink Mary Gealy Genevieve Hovis Josephine Hovis Nelle Wooley Wilma Lander Marjorie Lillie Martha Schall Mildred Stoner Ethel Swanson Clara Weller Martha Brown Sarah Peabody Ethel Kerr Elizabeth MacLareu This club was organized many years ago for the mutual nourishment of senior girls. It has but one purpose: to -eat, eat, and eat. Yell All the potatoes you can eat, Beefsteak, mutton chops, any kind of meat: Apple pie, mince pie, green watercress, Rah! Rah! Rah! for M. N. S. I1 . 531 ,P 1. wi' X I 0112lllllldl'6!dU1-glllj'-OIIL' 1 1 ' ,A -V so-.1.1 .1 Y-ga-J 31 I. 11 1 1 11: . ll 1. 1 11 'N 'J '1 1 It I 1 if N 1 l Y 1 1 wif 1 W1 ,'f1Q.'....L f "'S'L'f3.f1.'3..E" E.ifi.i1V,a'2.a'.!'?.Ic15"'.?'-:.."5..L3 1 11:-- if W-"E ' fi,fAi" Q' ' .Y NA" f r Y 4 . " 'I ,- e:C'iI,ar..CIr'7 ' li?"x rp-ei"-L, 1'efQ1'- 41, ,steve-ffvsiags. 4- gi-543 N is fi' ,, ',. '-Nfl V , K. A V -Q, .- 4,51 ,Q is - . , ' , - '-A A W V ,gig-1 V4-. - A LII- Y , V V i ., f . 'T-ff x. 4' f gi fx" '-fi . N-'ll7f,:..,. . - 1 AH-i.ln'f'9iU' I it 43' Q -.'7s"'i?, J M ' - - - V, -i1i""2"' M' ""' 5 Y i ,ff I- -j H-7 WJ- , fqf-My Q ,k..1111l1,,.if ggi" '- ""'Q7fk "j ij' A' W 4 l A J ., Af-A - V ll I , Y: .11 1,115 rpfg- i- 1 .A4 W 4 , ral- rm-2-:rg L-WL-.,L!,,-, -. , ,Ql,., W jg g-fvwflfg-..gg..gg l ,, X - -.w A,:,jKLf,..1 V-IE, le -- .- A , , 1 ,F , .1l'l L l I' 1 J 1 ,u l l xg ill s 2 l LN just GUPI' 1112 1Hill j l There's a lovely spot just over the hill Where the brook curves in and out. N N A grassy bank and a shady rill L 'V Oh, a wonderful place for trout! ' P VVhile there beyond just a little way F' l 'The robins have built a nestg l And people pass the whole long day l I ' J But no one has ever guessed. - N Q! , Just over the hill the air is cool, l And the breeze is fragrant with flowers , 3 l I 3 Where the green grass spreads to a beautiful pool N , 4 That shines through the warm sunny hours. l When the west glows red and the shadows fall, , 1 X 5 While the whole wide world is still, 1 'Tis sweet to rest on the little knoll 1 ' 3 X That lies just over the hill. 1 There is love and hope just over the hill ' , And faith in one's fellow-mang ,qi ' V ' With a beating heart that's never still , LW ' To speak as no language can. U 4 N There is rest and peace for every one, l And trust in the kindness of God, ' 1 ,N , X ' A beauty that lies in the shining sun H l To spread as it enters the sod. '- y ,xl "Just over the hill" is our constant cry ' As we bend 'neath the weight of a packg , N And it brings a light to the tear-dimmed eye i lVhile it keeps our feet on the track. l "Just over the hill" we cry once moreg l Its promise is hopeful still. l ,,., ,I Yes, on and on to the distant shore, ' 'lx V 1 To the heaven just over the hill. X X 1 , , I l -' l I r , iw Ml Q , l ' li l. ' .PN 'lil 1 l W ll' l 'J' 0111: lmnrlrczl vigllty-tivo l '. ' 1 ' , ' V ' , -....-..-n - 'Y L '-' ?EQ l, ll. M V L,li1.', Y- iv' - - A '-- - --. - 'A ' U-Iii'-'Taira ". 3" -"'s-L'-5f'Vf1.! 22- '12 35 'Et t' 34:2-1' 'f'i3:' e A 1+ ll lf if! if P4 , 1 v .- ' . . pf . ,. , V , R4 .1 H Y: it X 4 XX X fi rx 13 ea 94 K1 H ff W fi Ei m U 3' 4 , .H 59 if 5-'1 H 5 A .,.,, , ,,.. .,,.,.. b , ,g,- yr' . - 1 1 -,w , - fairs: iz- 111-'. mf :..."- zz- rj-LJ. ' rf, Jil - - Q-QE-fl' Aff ef lwf M: -"' ' ! aa M1 -f -v -fr' z.'1'.,.""'J.'j-if JL' a.."I."...11 g' .1-'.1."I'i'..'J.L."'F',...-x'.'!-IL' 4, -iigskui-1... J.:-L., ia. i Y g V ,f-':'T:-, ...ALE J, , - , 'N-Ps. ' " X rigf '4 me -.f'f!,f' fi Xie-5.4 S ' . 5,5227 ,lhb 'X F .4 ,EW--. I5 A4 Y 4 . 4 Q - 1 A.. ze-.:lf"G1cf. c ...l Q- pi- .wllig is li sig-- e -J l N l'!l.:f, 'f .irgigg B ii - ppl gr 2 it A ' on 'M' I X -ill ll AL l WF 'Wu 1, N , . Emil 'ml FL' . li' Buzrr Bu Bramahr Glluh , ,, ' lx! UM President ....... ..... N V. E. Severn 'MQ Vice-President ....... .... I-I . H. Buchanan Secretary-Treasurer .... .... F . N. Parent tl X Honorary Members i Dr. J. R. Schultz HH 1 X Nineteen. Himdrvd Twenty-Two El X R. L. Baldwin J. W. Kamerer NN M W. E. Severn ' H. H. Buchanan , i F. N. Parent ' H. G. VVare E Nineteen Hundred Twenty-Three 'mu J. E. Larson G. D. Prather N ' S. P. Bates C. H. Wills L N J. R. Russell P. W. Clarke V 1' V H. E. Sterling , , . 1 Nineteen Hzmclred Twentgu-Fofu,r i M W. B. Gealy H. R. Hauser - l y , H. B. Knapp ,rl - Duzer Du was founded in 1910 to further interest and development in his- , A trionic ability of the men of the college. A play has been given each year, except during the war period, in which the members have been given an '7 i 1' i ' opportunity to present their ability to the College in general. . The members are elected from the standpoint of managerial ability as well gl as histrionic. M ' -Q l :iw 1' is .N , M M, ' ti W One lmndred eiglzty-five M ,fE?4 ,gif-r-1,5 'g-g5,1vzf,-iv11i.f.r'..i.'f'f..f..z.'r-LY2.2Q..,4g. 4...,.3. A in W V,,- f-Y --- if ,-,B if 'Y ,W Y i I'L- 1 - , ,-,, W ..- .- v l . ll ,,1,:.-.Q X ' ,.lf'?f:-,,ff A-'ff 'T-X ,Eff , fl. ' f Nfifig Qf"F'i1 ,. M-'ageif.,rlfff551ll-sp ,f 3 r. l Y-gt, 4.44 l in if if l of a he is-:Q , '-Pj-le 1 f1"'l.'?f.s.'qC'1-L, 'ful' ' I 'NT -il"i'wl'-'J4'-ffl, -'w i 'n ' KE I-Q--:Vai rvt IQHA , L5 Q'--me b ' PSU. ,. , ,'i'!'f"z1L-....-1L- ' ' 'Q ., .5 g ff if ,.1,A55,,. e.fle+f-Ti1eie J l liT"'F1 fjrij A d 't ,V'fL,.1" 'Q i 'xr ll 1- 'lf ' flee JH' -':f1e1erA.Xfifasf 'f"T7':.l,Q:5141'f45 ? +12 e L gl lil ll 'l l l l' l I l in I vfl , ll :Fl M VL rmd , Il lfl ,lx .l tl ll ll ll 'fc ' ' G1 ill, LIP?-H-QKIPP1 Eramaiu' lnh i yi lit President ...... .... ll flildred Stoner Q Vice-President ..... ..... A lta Postance 'nfl' Secretary-'Treasurer .......... f ................... ' ...... ...Mildred Ellis , ,. l ml ll . Wi Nineteen- Hrmflrvcl Twcnty'Two Mildred Stoner Bess Jeffrey ,lil Alta Postance -Elizabeth McLaren h j Marie Charlton N Sara Coulter 1 A Clara Weller t,,,. l ll Q Mildred Ellis ll , Helen Shaffer Katherine Barnes Elouise Fink Grace Runninger Mildred Steel Nineteen Hzmdrcfl Twenty-T1w'ce Dorothy Mussler l , xl .11 Helen Bowman Virginia.Grene1le ,, in ' 'V Klee-0-Kleet is a companionorgnization to Duzer Du, and consists of All women students who have ability in draanatics. Membership is limited to 13 thirty women, all of whom must be chosen from the two upper classes. The X 'l Club traditionally presents one play each year, and it is usually given during I il, the month of May. I Qi 5? 4 .' 'll Ii! lil' '1 ,M ,V W ll lil wil l . ill 'll ,ll 'll WT xl ll ll Onc lmndred eighty-.rcien lmwh 4.i'Tm1.1!.1.a." 24.33 L' ,V , A - ,Y Y '::- ' -- f ' - 21,---'ff' -if lr :dir 4.1 .,,I323LiL1L?55ix. 5 -. :xg J." 'L 1.1-'55-'f'-" JfU',"-. "' ,. x v H15 ,A .p' "'-,gf .. ' A if vt . I Y: IF A .. sf , ' 1 , x 7 W' 5 .K ' lift, Y N? ' . - fl- .re -. if if -..H .1 i .f .iiqg-:Wai 'ini 'E+ x . 1 ' i .. -. -. 1. - 1 . QE L Q-V, YM, . i ,if ' f' C fi-'ilw f . 4EI-s::1'rI-EfE':,'v:tte'1.'.:?.:af"'n..'5nT-u . slllli.. ' Q ln'-1igQ::,hK 1 , M H ' l u L2 l N :D l - Q i ar sl Uhr 2-Xlleghvng Glnllvgv igillifl , W' e H. Mei-rin Maitland, Director- y 0 if F. S. Hitchens, Manager L l . ' ." Cornctx Horus I W. B. Geaiy C. A. Bollinger i ., ' C. XV. Crandall P. H. Shultz ' l ' K. A. smith E. B. Eaton H lr 1 I. B. Estep U O. M. Cornell S. NV. McKinley Tromboncs l 1 A. C. Scourfield H. B. Knapp , 1 Clarincts M. Eg Russell N' 1 R. H. Kelly H. E. Sterling i ' H. R. Lillie Euynhonium ll ' H. C. Baum W. H. Maitland ,U , H. M. Maitland Titbas j' ll Flutes C. W, Havice ' , ,Nl XV. W. Phillips R. R. Hayes 4 WL N SClaZ'01Jllf07H?S Drums, ,' i L. M. Shaffer M. L. Merritt 1 ' G. O, Sigendall Walker Kinkaid .ln y G. W. Eddy rj if E. K. Baldwin w X l The College Band fills an important place in musical activity at Allegheny, 'I H I and has won the hearty support of the student body. It not only has offered L ' some very good music from time to time, but it has been an excellent adver- r tising medium for the College. ' I rr During the year very attractive, white uniforms, consisting of Jersey sweat- ' ers, flannel trousers, and "goin" caps, were obtained by the members. This i white uniform, with the letters "A C" in dark blue across the chest of the y Nl sweaters, has very materially enhanced the appearance of the organization when on parade. v i ,, ' Besides having given several concerts, the Band has played at various V athletic and college functions, including Colnniencement programmes. ' wi 1 - . M1 f 1 mr ' fl . u 1 1 it b . 4 . 1 L ' One lmudr'z' eighty-nine V4 5 "VP H l l 3 Qiirgl- i- --- -- Y -- - 7 L L , - -f---if H' j'-1 " im ' 'iffhlix W N . ' 'fi L' "V if-'YJ 'F 54.14 if 14 ni 'i-"1-.1 Eli." 24 1.1.3.-I sL"A.:.-1.128 ,, f. --Y Ll- . Y g E H ' Y ' 'A' nr- ' 'T I -f --"'- 77 T ,L , -. L - L. . f- 12,1 L1 X..-f-:-2 -X ,- V 1. - . "'--, I-s ,ij 4 xg 1 T V - X-X iffgf - x A v E L, 4,-i' ,V 1-.4 V, 4 1 , V ix Zf.f-574, -V .Y ' y Jil: f ff i 'ix '-X' Xe. I 1' 'R ' fx, x 1 - - . i, " y f.. + 1. .2 .. fl ly. .1--,T ff f P -rr, -4 . -.A .K , fs-....,l..l af Ni... .gl , f. . . . ri 31 ,V N '. 4, fl .,I""' - g -, -663,3 ,' ' r3f'.W.g x. Q, 5, , 1- 3- lx- i , -1.5 " jfA4',',,- , ...ig ,gn ,fisgfv 'lg '- , . y!.32,jf5':f'f i ig ff '- c i w , in .Q-Wi-Q1.g'g. "Q'j,j.f'. '1QffQ 5 .. "3YN?i'xg" 1 'f f Q. 5 Q : V fi .g-Q X. -.. 159, 5'-,ff rf -'il-T,--J'-ii --f- - il ' ' ' l 'iiifl Aj ' ' P Q LTAJ -fl 'A "' "D ' "L 5 'ff -'I' -' D' ' 1 '- 'V P 11" Y ' N . " ',"'E,H'. -.. -L41 -- '97 -:T .ii cf... . K X i 1 2 ---I 1 W..-.- -L ll, -1 Y 'J-V N" -I ' w--nw 'r ,'-L-'4 , 1- i Y Y Tl ,T - l :wi liwl: e - .f.t,..-f. 4 . - 4- ---ui v J N li x.fJf.:'7'f-n?:acf.. ' IH ,, , , i Lv 'I' J 'I wx' ul I iw . ' w 'lil l V L if ?1 MM l l, 'Qi 3, it ll i 521. Glereliu Glluh .il 5 9 . H 'E President ...... ..... li lildred Ellis N W 1 I W li 1 U Vice-President ...... .... J osephine HOVIS my UH Secretary-Treasurer .... .... ..... L u cile Drake Trl 'll s l J I Patrmcesscs 'N V Mrs. H. W. Church Mrs. F.'G. Henke ' 'VM P' A Mrs. L. Russo i 't l X x' ww QI ' Nineteen Hu-vzdrcd Twenty-Two ' J In I Wilma Lander Mildred Ellis , M Elouise Fink Genevieve Hovis L' :li Coral McMillan Josephine Hovis X Q: ll Alta Postance Lucile Drake N ,ff Nineteen Hundred Twenty-Three Y! lf Dorothy Mussler Elizabeth King all virginia Grenelle Ruth McCafEerty . wall' Helen Shaffer l ' 'i 'll ' t 1 Il H' Organized to further musical interest and talent among the women students , 'V of Allegheny, St. Cecelia Club has done much to stimulate musical endeavor fx, il ,f since its formation only two years ago. The Club is composed only of women 3 My 'V from the two upper classes, each of whom is expected to take an active part in ,A V . the programmes from time to time. The members meet every two Weeks to I 1. study and discuss subjects of interest. Each year the Club gives a public pro- ' , I' gramme in the nature of a recital or entertainment. l w I .2 YV 1' nib Q 9-T Yi I' K. . lr 1 , W I X., fd! 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R uby Rishell , 'I ' ip W1 . , ' , 1, Nineteen Hundw ed Twenty-Two N 1 ,, 'N Alta Postance Marie Charlton 4 I f Genevieve Hovis Josephine Hovis 1 V I, Coral McMillan Ethel Kerr " X E, Isabelle Johnson Elouise Fink A N if Gertrude Houser N V 'E Nineteen Hundred Twenty-Three N , Dorothy Mussler Elizabeth King J ' M Helen Shafer Ruth McCafferty EN ' N, Ruby Rishell N I . N L1 Nineteen Hufrulv-ed Twenty-Four X f , Mary Whitfield virginia Berry J 1 Inn Mary Rankin Blanche Joyce 1 f l Josephine Perkins Flora Trenouth W . 1 Janet Beecly Sarah Wagner I 1 Sarah Allgood Sylvia Barnes I ' Margaret Hild Ethel Olsen 1,1 I Leonore Be1'lin Q' A Nineteen Hundred Twenty-Five 3 I ,gr Helen Ray , Harriet Humphrey ' Vi pi Anna Nance Mildred Hileman X ll . Elizabeth Arnold ' U- 'E 1 lu l i V 1, wi i i J' " ' H HJ' WV I A i . pl! 'I H' I wif IM IH fill 7 One hundred ninety-three ,,al,,, irq? ..,iE 1 in i. ali mfg u.-M3 V LLQ ,i:"T-e P- A 1:21, he A ,,.-5-,1-. 'f 'i .r A.. ..-A" . i T. fix . ' T. 'I AI! fx n r:l':Tf '1 , 'Q . -A 15 gg pgy - Q 1 X 1 gift., - ig fp., K Q' '- 1 , -fif, T'-:'f " Z, " A'--'hrs-.g' f' - "'f'lf-1'7" , V i ...TL . fx: .V...L.. A.. 1 Lzv-1593 I ' ,fy " 'Wifi f. ' ,. .Ag-A I uf is -H F 1 H: Q 'R' ' .41 -fl. 3':f,1-1.41 ef. 1. 1-- 711lK1':1i5+1-1"l!ffY1'1T-F9's"i'2-,-'fali1-fa,Q. lille- l . 1 is -E 1 X 1 1' 'S 'Y - ?:- Lviffhifj.-A Fsgfsg A 1- g 1! lr, ' 11: li xl 0 1 Q 0 , "1 Qlnmhtnrh illllrn 5 C6122 ani! Manual Gbrgamzatinna l 1. E GIF? Clluh Y I QW., Director ..... ............ ...... J o hn A. M. Stewart X Leader ............. ............ C hase R. Gage 1 ,I N Manager ........,.... ............ .... W i lliam E. Jordan, Jr. l Assistant Manager ..... ............................ K enneth A. Hines 1 First Tenor , 41 R. T. Alker I. 0. Fleming 1 T. S. Baker T. E. G. Greenluud ,' M 1 S. H. Carlson VV. J. Parker, Jr. - . 1 H. N. Troup . .J Second Tenor I' , T. E. Canby J. W. I-Iimebaugh 5' ' VV. A. Challener W S. E. Coleman T. L. Johnson I-I. B. Knapp ' W C. W. Crandall R. P. Steetle E4 N C. R. Gage W. P. Swanson 3 ' F. S. Zurbuch P V First Bass 1 - L C. A. Bollinger R. C. Dundon ' f 'f J. E. Brownell S. E. Davies if D. H. Coale K. A. Hines V G. 0. Sigendall 1 Second Bass 1 S. P. Bates C. T. Boynton IM J. H. Bozic J. F. La Clair G. T. Pond W. H. Maitland 1-N C. C. Wolz 5 4 Accompanist ....... .............................. W alker Kinkaid 5 1 Reader ........... ........... J ohn H. Bozic .1 1 Saxophonist ........ .... J ohn W. Himebaugh 1 I Chalk Talker .... .... ..... C h arles A. Bollinger H Piano Monologist .... ........ ....... C harles C. Wolz 1 l Q flllluniral Glluh ' 1 Leader ..... ...... Q ........ .... C 1 iase R. Gage if Accomparnist , Charles C. WVolz ' Saxophone ' 1 J. W. Hiniebaugh R. P. Steetle W I Banjo Q Q C. R. Gage R. T. Alker ' ' Traps ! P H. B. Knapp N Allegheny may well be proud of this organization which has done so much ' I , to further the musical life of the college. Under the very capable direction ' and leadership of Prof. J. A. M. Stewart and Chase R. Gage, the Combined Club '1 1, has met with much success wherever it has presented itself. . 1 , Besides having given several concerts at home, the Club has offered its ' 4 Q excellent programme to audiences at Silver Creek, Jamestown, N. Y., Sharon, ' Erie, and Cambridge Springs, Pa. 1 V 5 , One hundred ninety-fire ,ll I 1 ' 7' , j 'ifgf "Y f' T 'f' WT'-W' 'i '-'iff WY, 1gf1F'1.1T.1ZgY5 '1rF". rzlgyaei 1g11:jg'.g-1'.-1.:zf...n 42. ,. i' 1 y-x -I x9iJriK,,iigyi-fx .hm 1-in -,mifrlf -N'4":'J,'i, s, ' vii' 1 'f':?,l - ' ' N X X 4 . tsl n I I as L 1 we I ,-ifijfws., I A Q .n . ' V. , 1' ' gifvzfvfl J-fx 17: I ' It is , 7 . . . ft + 1 M 'Cv - N' A LL, AL! Z" j',1QiL1L,L,. ' ' - CEP-71'53'-t'3151-"fl-'fi-1'512 .. eil e -- - s 1- new -e me as " 'I 'rpm , 3.4 --H, S ' 3- L' lg F F' E 'Ill 1 Bi A Zlirenhmsm lllamvnt I I l I in Biology-the day be cursed . When I so unexpectedly first .4 i Within its quicksands was submersed , yi Way o'er my head, L I While endless names like depth bombs burst u I With sounds 1 dread. I I I U , I could not understand, whyfore I L It was each tiny creature bore 1 1 , Some fourteen syllables or more A ni I Of name on 'em. -Q ' A It made my very jawbone sore, 5 Doggone 'em. EJ Why will no nam-e in science do 5 - y That has not Latin, Greek, Hebrew, ' A All mixed in a sonorous stew U Like Freshman verse Y And all the alphabet there, too, 1 To make it worse? I- K What difference does it make to me if X How many toes are on a flea? H ' For whether one or twenty-three I do not care, H Nor have I ever wished to see 'J' ' How many's there. N I do not care to learn that I, i tl' If nature had but made me try, A Might, sometime back, have learned to fly , H To beat the deuce R1 ' lk And been an Aves, Hesperonthi- I I 'Q But what's the use? H I H And neither do I care to iind - 1 My ancestors were some crude kind I RQ . Of animals without a mind. I . ' It makes me sore. ,5 , ri ' Such scandal should be kept behind lL ' The closet door. ,' L, 1 The Lab work, too-it makes me sigh F I 5 ' All just to prove the books don't lie , 1 I 5' While fumes arise which make me cry , From rancid drugs , And so on Nature's secrets spy Dissecting bugs. I At least by February first- I Having become completely versed i I I , Y In Zoology-the hope I've nursed, f with inward bliss, That botany can be no worse, ,H I I ki' Nor hard as this. IN ' 4 L I ul W wr 1 I1 ll 12 IV i W . N ll XL One Iumdrvd rzinriy-.ri.x' I I ip i V -1 i V iff' -mi iA i-v-nr Y- H Y an YYY 154171, N Y ff. , it s.1..g 4 -, ,f:'f3':I: h ' 1 ' -A-F 'lr 4 ' v,,. '55 1 XM L, JJ" , ,QSAVZ 'A' Q- , .,3fjff2 -uv " '- ,g.sg1,-a-2-b-M jf' Ei' 1 W ., , ff?f""5 'f5-ff ,"" 11-037 ' 1.135 ,f L P' +L it 1 il! . ,tj W ii yy b ill Am N W 1 . -n F 1 'r X , If E T? 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'iff' if A X Q Y ' ' -'- .i1'.f'3:T.I'f?fGFTl' i1'::fJc risxj-- ' gm! '. 32'-:J-.' 'Zi 1 Q ly. A Lux H. ' ll cl 'V I Zlntrrrnllrgmir Gbratnriml Glnnient n P1 May 3, 1922 . 'I Mortimer E. Graham, representing Allegheny College, received second place M at the Twelfth Annual Contest of the Civic Oratorical League held May 3, 1922. H The contest was held at tl1e Soldiers Memorial Hall in Pittsburgh. "Hinges of VH Destiny" received first place, by Howard F. Lowry, of Wooster. This speech if had been in preparation for over a year and has been awarded first place in several other contests. fi The speakers and speeches in order of their places arei "Hinges of Destiny," Howard F. Lowry, Wooster. 1' "The Parting of the Ways," Mortimer E. Graham, Allegheny. kg "The Hope of the World," William Fifield Whitman, Colgate. "' "Our Tariff Policy," Henry Adair McCracken, VV. and J. E "A Modern Pharoahj' George H. Cheney, Ohio Wesleyan. 0 "The Present Crisis," Gregg I. Milligan, U. of P. If The judges were: President A. A. Johnston, of Geneva College: President l I. H. Brumbaugh, of Juniata College, and Prof. B. W. King, of West Virginia I5 University. ,L "The Parting of the Ways" was the speech given by Mortimer E. Graham '1 at the contest. "Revolutionary movements which rock the very foundations of is our institutional life, have their roots deep in the soil of preceding ages," said in Mr. Graham. The Reformation is an example of this movement. It started as ! a small spark, but has spread down through the ages, until now, not only our -' religious, but also our economic life is afire with revolt. Q' The Federation of Labor started in 1881 with 50,000 membersg now there 'Fi are four million. Last March, when President Lewis, of the United Mine .,1 Workers, said, "We will strike, and keep on striking until the future of union- 'L ism is assured," the revolutionary doctrine of national unionism was set before gf! the people. With tl1e coal strike of April lst the situation became clear. The American ',' Federation of Labor is in absolute support of the miners. The National Manu- .N facturers' Association is backing the operators. Thus, two classes, nationally QT organized, are in open conflict with each other. if The problem of siding either with tl1e employer or the employee is the one , ' which the people must decide. Both capital and labor have their good and bad f points. This is the parting of the ways. ,. If the citizen follows the path of either class, then he will sell himself to fi the domination of that class. We must find a new way that is equally just to 1 both classes. This way is already marked by the corporations which have rejected both capital and labor and have brought the two together in joint management of industry. ,z This is the true course and must be followed by the people so that our supre- NA macy shall continue. pb This is the second time in fifteen years that Allegheny has taken a second la, place in this contest. The last time was four years ago, when tl1e college was 'f awarded second honors. Wooster was also the winner of last year's contest. .., ui Z' One hxmrlreri ninvty'cigl.t Ha l L ,1.ZijL, ,T 'gl 'Il' 7.71 Tl' "L K ea!"-'I TIE '11 rl, fl-24.15 42.7. " -i iff?-5 '?1' fe- QF' -'ITT -EQ. -72 u , f ff.-fjf, - l H , I ,lx lgglff 1'-mix 15 'Rv . ,V .,,., ' 4 -A . " '-. 1 , ,Q - 'I' I r, Jr , , I - -A-J' I E lx ,ff . . --- Ai,-V' J ,Lx . ., A , il .1 Vx, If' 1- 455 'in' X Af-4' 1, J 1. f 'l ?:4"'f5'f.-.52 fl WW? if Y "itll, flf A1192 A 'rin' 2. T' N 1,5 f", it X' 41,11 7, I- i Qligisglxxxfl I A TNT.: fv ix' an 'n jwhiil in . it-T. ' Q 1 ff B" '.' 2. . '-:L J. 4?!4flE'fiifj.si'3ti '. .f 'l li' 12.2 -J ' Q .1 Ag., Y , 3 ' :- -X,-5 .1 Qfg ,.. A 'I-f.,-fee' 1. 2 M- fi--1-V ff- --1-, 1 1 K sf, 1,g5'.,3rf'fmeg,-g,L,aj. I ,L N untill'-.M ,- S2 ' , 2 ' W 'lg f ' 1 IP! ' ri l Y X w ' P3 J J l 1 Y ve. , li Q 1 A U W' 2 l V4 . 'Q F' Ml n' E iii 1 f H4 f ff f 54 il v N Efriangular Evhatv . 5 in Wooster-Washington 3: Jefferson-Allegheny F4 WOOSTER versus ALLEGHENY Q1 LH At Meadville, March 16, 1922. bil . 2 Qmzsrrowi Resolved, That the Kansas Court Plan for adjusting industrial disputes should be extended to other States. Q12 A.j7i1'mativer Negative V Q., John Bozic, '23 Robert Wright, '22 L1 Charles Bollinger, '23 J, Earl Jackman, '23 ,rg Q Mortimer Graham, '22 Herrick Johnston, '22 ry Leo Sutton, '25 Paul Torben, '25 ,N 1 Won by the Atfirmative, 3 to 0. 'X N t ' ll M Q wi fl I ' ' I F , WASHINGTON AND JEFFERSON versus ALLEGHENY Lp LN A At Washington, Pa., March 16, 1922. 1 1 Ajirmat-ive Negat-ire 'Lg ' F, 'VV VV. Bland, '22 Julian Ross, '23 i 3 ' ' I C. N. Riggs, '23 J. Edwin Larson, '22 M R. M. Wayman, '24 Ralph Demmler, '25 U il, 1 J A. Foley, '22 George Braun, '24 ,N -i Won by the Negative, 3 to 0. MH ,Nl 1 E' One Izzzudred ninzfty-nine ral 1 . -4 , . , WYYW Y -YW - fi N l ,'-rf '-'ff' fig --,, - - -W - . . , TM 3 E6-'::1f2'1s:te:1s.."Fz2 rs.-fnreazffi 1-it SI'-IZZL' JI -:':g-1z'1r.f.-az jg""'f. fc.. 4:1315 ' V - - - 4- 4-I - Y V "' V vi.-N 73 I Ui? U1 5. I 4 V4 it H W Ea fl fi .l 324 P.. 'rv T'1i"F-,- " -' - . f ,min--L ':-fl" . - ' A -cLA,. ' X'-72-.f'., , - +Jif'f" "sf, ' ? A .-, ' r , A Q. f 1 ,.. W' 1 ,- f, Yugi -. ' . '. A ,.., ,-A H , s . ik V ' L U -L -- -2- M. Y ' :rg .' 1 ' 1 .,...,- -I I, ,. 4. 'A i. " .-' ' ' 'L' li A ' 2.-A t.-L1-.:4-53,12 1.1.1-Q-.zgii-xl ' , ' xsarifl' Z4-L5L.,I.7.E'f'1'- NI 1. ' ' . 1, P P Q VWL4- if :Fl iglyiln-ilirexnklin Qbratnriral Qlnnival "1 Ford Memorial Chapel, March 10, 1922. fi "Wi L. Henry, '23, . "Is there enough honor to support the honor system at Allegheny?" TLeo Sutton, '25 .................................... "The American Problem" E. gtEllis If. Baldwin, '23 .................................... "The Midas T0llCh" ' D. W. Steenken, '25 .... .... . ....... ' 'A Plea for Americanisnf' C. E. Teft, '24 ............................,................. "A Super State" 't ' C. S. Thoburn, '23 ................. "The Non-Co-operative Movement in India," T? " Firstg T Secondp Il: Third. Nl 1 'iixtempnrzrnenua Speaking Glnntwt Ford Memorial Chapel, November 18, 1921 rl ffl . "Mr, Charles Bollinger .... .... ' 'The Problems of Military Disarmament" Vt Prof. W. A. Elliott Prof. S. S. swarnoy Ji Prof. C. E, Hammett 'rMr. Julian Ross ........ ...... ' 'The Problems of Naval Disarmament" J UDGES First prize T Honorable mention ' sh l? In FB if! Berlamatinn Qlnnteat Ford Memorial Chapel, November 18, 1921 Mr. D. W. Steenken .......,.........,,......... "Spartacus to the Gladiators" T 4 'Mr. C. L. Sutton .... .... ' 'The Armistice Day Speech of President Harding" mx 1 'U JUDG-ES Ig Prof. W. A. Elliott, Prof. S. S. Swartley fg' A Prof. C. E. Hammett S .-.... 'K .i-7, Winner 'F Honorable mention "' I ku fi rf, Two hu mired J, p p T 'ww 'rx ver- -'T ', .ig gf," lla. rj fl. CT E5 rfi.5'E'Q' tl-.NL ill' 11-5125-ht. ' . ? -. .-a .1 1- ,wg P' f ' Vf- ,Q-,.-'Ls ,-L, -f ' fffssifwerf: A R ,Lyn ,, f ,zulff -lggpt V fag- ,. '-3 .5 ' 'Id 1 '- 93. w , ,-1 ' ' Ply, 3 'ffl . . . . f 'A 4 , . I 4-"' N X"?.3' . . . . ' I ::'?J'1'Qi3, I ,K A-Qu K K- ' I V A ,N . i-- K 1 ,, if LZ:-gif. f-' "Lu V., , ' fp' If" ,iz .Lf .'..'-gs., ' ef.. 'Z ,fwfll ff? f p . if Z f-i f M-L r- .. i ,Jif'lI.v9 , 'N gr' W-5 'ffl' .ffl V Y' - H A ' i :ji ,fLr-5'f.s1U.':-,':u...pg.- V ... AJ- .. ' ,gain rv' - ,....I-7:1 p p Y ,tx-,.,, . .n ,EiA,- p p- p p nl - 5 L :Ni mo 'Q if 4 :N V V P to H . El P4 . pt 1 . .W L1 Baal Eehate H E MOUNT UNION COLLEGE VS. ALLEGHENY COLLEGE ba V Ford Memorial Chapel, May 12, 1922 r k Qunsrmxi Resolved, That the application of the principles of the closed shop K N would best serve the interests of the American people, constitutionality F 1 conceded. r- N Af'i7'7?ll1tl'l7t?--DIOIHII Union Negative--Allegheny ' El James Naylor Ralph Demmler rl Margaret Wagner J. E. Larson H. George King M. E. Graham A I Frank Maturo Russell Blodgett H Won by negative, 3-0. 1 if W ," AT MOUNT UNION , 4 Ajirmative NU!7af?31l6 m hif E. G. Newell J. H. Bozic . ' A. Milne R. W. Leeper - H L. R. Rufemacht J. L. Ross Won by Negative, 2-1. lf .51 , ' Two hundred one Ln , , , .i,iA, .1. L- LLL, - , Q , l'f'T:f. LW -': 1-2 .ax tn.. -e.t1.-..U-,......-...-x'f-..,jT-1. fLff....f::fAe:--:I l P' .T tv if oill 'xl --. -,tr-ep: S Q - f . , , , .,., ,. 1 P . . I- , 1 . ' fri. A-wx, K ',rf.',. A . Q ., , .1f.','.ff-1 .e .V i -'n,'.-.,2.. . wtf-f' 'Y' "ji 474 . . t ' "" D "" ' " ' 51, , :V W' ' , ,. f V rf V 1 1 1 Q i1'r-1-ffx if ferr ' . - it lilo., ,455-r'v',1....izsn'i.:'fH5sL A.. 4' . maikeiirlh fhratnriral Qlnntvni "M. E .Graham, '22. . .. 'fElton Hickman, '23. . . gtH. H. Buchanan, '22.. Ford Memorial Chapel . . . . ."The Leak in the Dike" . . . . . ."America, Our Dream" . . . . . . . . . . . . . ."Ch1'istianity's Supreme Task" "' Firstg i Secondg 1 Third. JUDGES Pres. F. C. Southworth ..... ................. U nitarian Theological School Prof. R. J. Hutcheon.. Mr. M. A. Hirsch ..... .... Unitarian Theological School . .............. Meadville, Pa. Blrrahman-Svnphnmnre Rebate QUEs'rroN2 Resolved, That the Kansas Court Plan for settling Industrial Disputes should be Extended to other States in the Union. AFi7'7l1,!lti1J6 Negative G. W. Eddy G. R. D. Braun C. L. Sutton M. V. Wright D. W. Steenken R. F. Vinton Won by the Affrniative, 2 to 1. J UDGES Professor J. R. 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Reed 1421 H. H. Rice 1221 I, 'Ui B. O. Meyers 1361 C. C. Wolz 1411 I, W. S. Morrison 1401 J. S. Sides 1341 ,IIL I E. D. McCurdy 1371 R. R. Hayes 1381 ' I E. S. 1Vo0d 1351 H. F. Rink 1301 III. A. D. Moore 1391 F. A. Drake 1331 IQ! I R. T. Alker 1431 C. J. Kocher 1441 Two 1I1lWl1ll'Ed five I I I I ' II' I'f.-Y 1 - ...4 . - . -- W 4-H.. - 4- - 1 - 'F51':'.E'.. - A-K 15? 7' if-'Elf L? .',,. - Edgy'-V v. -x. 'P - ' 1 1- . ...V -H A' NV - rf -S A-H M- L " '-J-1-.rgzghg . ng- .W U, A . w . EJ l fl 1... .I " ' ' " -'Q S4 b nlllllmdfa 9' ' 65' 2-Q 1 - -Q c f' " W 1 l . '7 li V Nl . . J 1 I I " ' M I SME 5 W Y! 55: f 'mlvum A' D ' A, l 1. "- v K, fm k 1 .fl W ii D ..... ..., Q ' 3 Y , 'EL F. ' - x I ' K J f' K ' If , Q i ' , , -aw, , ., Q :-: w WZ: H A -y J ,- q D, ' , . . ...:. , F E nf ' - ' A Q ' rl 5 1Q w- "re, 9 -A , ' N . . ' B .3 'fvlo ' : 1, Q - ' ' 7 .5 sv, W Q' ' 5' . IT M' i 1? , gg 1 A HJ, 1 I ' , -i 3' 1 ll Q? A K , + -.5 Zig 5 Y iw 3? , 5. X 1 yu. M , 3. 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U Q5 1 FRATRES IN OOLLEGIO 1 1 X 1 Nineteen Ifundred, Twenty-Two 1' 'N 1 f I Lynn Culbertson Dundon C15 William Howard Richey C85 11 1 1 Hiram Arthur Jones C25 Hugh Henry Buchanan C95 P2 1 5 41 William Edward Jordan, Jr. C35 William Albert Challener, Jr. C105 ' 1 ' 1 13 Walter Philip Swanson C45 David LaVerne Parker C115 11k 1 1 "1 Wilson Revis Flint C55 Ralph Brunner Secor C125 V ' 1 ' Guy Clement Bittner C65 David Wilson Frazier C135 1 I H George Lloyd Bird C75 John Caraway Bird C145 1 1 X ' 1 Sidney Harold Carlson C155 ' Carl D. Morneweck C165 . Q V, U Nineteen Hundrell Tiventy-Three 4 . 1 John Robert Russell C175 William Jerome Parker, Jr. C205 1- Robert Lockhart Murphy C185 Silas Rush Mountsier, Jr. C215 1 'l 1 Frank Lindholm Jolly C195 Charles Howard Cochran C275 1 11 A5 Nineteen H undrefl Tioenty-Four 1k 1 Louis A. Braun C225 Fred W. Hough C345 1 I Matthew Victor Wright C235 Donald Pope Mohney C285 ' r '1 1 Courtney Miller Dale C245 J. J. Beecher C295 E ' 1 1 Horace Byron Knapp C255 R. C. Dundon C305 111 ' 1 . Vvendell Baum Gealy C265 Louis A. Gvatsovsky C315 H A gf .1 '11 11 John Raymond Stenstrom C325 John E. Brownell C335 11 1 H, 1 1 1 1 1 I1I Q Nineteen Hunclrecl Twenty-Five 1- 1 1 ' '5 Lewis S. Blackwell C355 William J. Dale C395 I1 ' .11 1 Charles E. Hammett, Jr. C365 Frank G. Travis C405 ' 111, 11111 Theodore 0. McQuiston C375 Ralph Henry Demmler C415' U11 11, 11 if Herbert C. Baum C385 Seth E. Hough 11 1 'j' 1 11 111, 115 I 1 1 1 1 11 1 W W T-wo Izundrefl seven 1111 11111 llwr- -,-.T :s gg LA , W , Y, H172 - ij: gf- iqllfzl 1! '1111 .1174-g,."' f!1'L2."3IL1'!31.11Y'ii1'3i..i'313.'!'l1S.".43.3 ,ar ' 111' if" -L '.- ' 'W l-- Til BTW? B' Ti 'l -1 ,, Y H fa I - ,, - , N, V I- . , 1 .. ri-ff Q." nf? R'-,A J., il ,, 'bf rirfgfl :T--:di-l,Z4-1vl.EdA?'7 - L3-YI . " 'r 1'Al.I DEL ' 1 y D ,sa 2 ' 'Q Q .nies , Q iQ 2 , 4 0 If . , L- ij Y 1 4 5 " M f, 11 A1 s , I I , L' V' U QQ EL Q 6 QT' we '- , I gf' 2 Q 1 gi '.: . ,' . 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Clarence Frisbie Ross, A.M., Litt.D. X Stanley S. Swartley, Ph.D. I FRATRES IN COLLEGIO n Nineteen Hundred Twenty-Two '19 Mortimer Elliot Graham C11 Everett Burke Kunselman C31 4' Jerome Canady Hixson C21 Alon Watson Shewman C41 ll ,M Kenneth Graem Virtue C51 I 'Nl Nineteen Hzmclred Twenty-Three ' " Carlyle Tuttle Boynton C61 Herschel Hare Loomis C111 , John Herbert Bozic C71 Leonard Franklin MacGowan C121 I Earl Rudolph Burdick C81 Clarence Herbert Neely C131 1 ,Q Raymond Harold Boak C91 Julian Lenhart Ross C141 Joseph Edward Canby C101 Homer Ellsworth Sterling ' , Horace Darlington Dale James Harrison Tate C151 N Nineteen Hundred Twenty-Fam' , , Arthur Roscoe Burns C161 Harold Ransom Houser C191 l Richard Watson Ellsworth C211 Joseph Earl Moffatt C201 ' q John Joseph Fries C181 Robert William Pratt C171 , 1 1 Kenneth Alfred Smith C221 in 1' I I Nineteen Hundred Twenty-Five 'IL 1 'If' ' Stewart Ellsworth Coleman Milton Levant Merritt I H Charles Wesley Crandall C241 Robert Elmer Piper f , Alexander Graham John Miller Pratt C261 ,i 1 I James Cowing Houser Thomas Stuart Trax C271 ll 4 't 3 Marion Lawrence Judd C251 Harry Stuart Meyer Troup li i ' Paul Weyand C231 If E W Tivo lmndred ale-:win nr. 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I S, FRATRES IN COLLEGIO r Nineteen Hundred Twenty-Two 4 George Booth 117 Henry Merrill Maitland 147 mm H Owen Montague Cornell 127 William Howard Maitland 157 1 John Arthur Gibson, Jr. 137 Daniel Joseph Murphy 167 N J Fernand Noel Parent 177 W Nineteen Hundred Ttventy-Three 1 kW Q Edwin Ashley Finney 187 Charles Edward Kinney 1107 W 1' Fred Stentz Hitchens 197 Harry Clarence Miller 1117 ' 7 John Stover Roach 1127 ,w ' W I - Nineteen Hundred Twenty-Four 7 Samuel Ashe Alter 1137 Lawrence Hill Nunn 1157 Walker Kinkaid 1147 Paul Howard Shultz 1167 H r William Howard Smith 1177 Q S Nineteen Hundred Twenty-Five l K Theodore Henry Allebach 1187 Roy Andrew Nelson 1247 ' , John A. Brooks 1197 Herbert Olsen 1257 W W I , Eugene James Brew 1207 Herbert Ellsworth Renick 1267 ' ' W' 1 1W Clarence Hogue Ingram, Jr. 1217 Leo Edward Ross 1277 11? 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I ,QI FRATRES IN COLLEGIO ' I Nineteen Hundred Twenty-Two . ' I 1.1 Kennedy Crumrine C13 Gale Reese Kirschner C43 I , 4 , Hamblen Cowley Eaton C23 Arthur Kramer C53 ' R1 g I ' Thomas Brinker Horne C33 Ralph Alphonso Theuret C63 I I I Nineteen Hundred Twenty-Three ' , l .4 , Ralph Palmer Agnew C73 Ira Ozni Fleming C133 Y ', Ralph Delos Bacon C83 Tracey Flliott Greenlund C143 I . ' Russell Conwell Blodgett C93 Tracey Iiloyd Johnson C163 I Charles Aubrey Bollinger C103 John Walter Himebaugh C153 A I , Oscar Ling Cartwright C113 William Henry Niles C183 5 K' , ' Samuel Eugene Davies C123 Eugene Porch Miller C173 yd ' I I - Charles Robert Wimmer C193 .N I r I Nineteen Hundrefl Twenty-Four It I ' Everett Orval Black C213 Donald Riddle Ingraham C253 I ' . Y I' , Robert Pierson Eaton C223 Hugh Crary Jamieson C263 , I I V I' George Stanley Hanst C233 William D. McElroy C283 I X II -' Charles William Havice C203 Albert Harrison Quay C293 Im I William Henry Hunt C243 Walter Freece Shively C303 , I jI ' Theodore Anthony Siedle C273 'HI X I IV Nineteen Hundred Twenty-Five JI A I, Ir Homer A. Bliss C353 Lee Joseph Devney C333 ' I II H. Wayne Cummings C323 John Richard Noyes C313 III, , LIOYU M- S112-ffel' C341 Harold James Dunmire II I I I I , E151 I Two hundred fifteen I C. 7, A Y, fr g g e ,f H , A1134 ' 'I N Ili lr 141,447 :T -Q 734 1-.':.fZgi..' i l Iliieifii ff l.+ f' if is I5 fi' V4 L, W M 'A ln . nw F11 'CT rw u . IL. kg ,u Flax . 4 J fl :fe tml - I fi , UI 1 ,f T. ' 1 IJ' Sa I I 4. 35 :QQ , A1 F nal .193 - .' Af.. . .. I V., 'ff . .. gf- .- 1 1- - - III' - 1'-I' -','-?1.'L1',.' -1 --' -fx u ' iv. V 'L ,---f - - -.- if I - . . ...L 1... Q.. 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Chilcote 1221 Frank W. Mason 1261 '1 I 1 .1 Edward D. Staples 1251 Frank H. Waters 1271 1 11 1 1 1 , 1 1, 1 1 M 11 I 1 1 1 , 1 1 ' W 1 ' 11' J' 1 I 1 1 X 1 1 1 11. 11m11f 111 - 111 Two hundred .reventeen 1 151. 1 11 Qlf' TTLT- i"'1e :He 1 1- .- 1 . -. he---.MQ -1 11111 41" 3.g:"l.54l3',.A.'x."7 74.1115 E-T322-' ETCS'-!1523.."'j1ra. I 31 Wflffif' " from pl 1. 1. . -i QE f page .-4-V 4 V ' ,EI FI '-4 34 - 6 W .5 E31 ff? -1 , 4 TJ 111 fl ! ln is .Ei .5 1351 H fi fx is FU Hs rf 51 w lu fs S Q ' . v-',.' . .,.. 1-. . -.. I .. W fr. 'f-,. .Q -.-WA - li V. F - - - . . . a ' V ' ".' -.. E -. - ,ly - -f-f-. -f--f'f... : ' ' 4 1-- -Li -l' A' :.,f:!: . ' --' ."lf:-I-jg-Ira.-'.-7f"fl-1347is ,4 - -IC .4 ' 47- -4 I ALPHA K P' :PH 3 ., J 'E 44 .2 " 'fm - H7 . . Y - ' ' " ?+zFxif:ff1,i -- I H 12lE'?n'f . - 'mgiyffr ' f' Wg ' ,. 'xiiffgfmi' 22.5 ,S 6 ' A fzi., 7 ' F ff V I v ,Y I 41,3 - . J,-1 :F I .' faq, A v , f ' , .E 55554 1 11 5.-5 4- 1 .2 .1 Q Y- ' f s 1 , ,. Ti 4. ' gg t ,I I fl, . 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Y 7:2-.jg-4-4-1+-L I '4' "?4ikf437r-deer-4gg.1".f5" ' f Q 4 , 4 4 Y' 44 44 W. 44444 44 if 4 :fm 4-444 15111 Alpha Kappa '44 4 'V' Founded at Allegheny College, 1922 'WL Flower-Cream Rose Colors-Purple and Green 'fr' FRATRES IN COLLEGIO Nineteen Hundred Twenty-Two 4: H444 W. W. Bingaman 4279 M. E. Russell 449 4' M. J. Brevoort 429 S. M. McKinley 439 ' 4 '4 44 4' '44 W ' ' 444 ' ' Nineteen Hundred Twenty-Three 4 Z ' 1 4 4 .N I. B:Es1ep 419 F. H. Moore 469 4 i444 4. R. F. Meclerrell 459 . R. M. Powell 471 H A44 S. M. Sparks 489 41 ' M Nineteen Hundred Twenty-Four I, 4 , 4 N 4, 'W' G. F. Andrews 499 C. C. Miles 4 4 44p C. L. cuelek M. M. Meek 4149 4 4 C. L. Friend 4109 C. E. Tefft 4159 4 XP- ,W H. R. Lillie 4119 L. T. Patterson 4 4. E. F. Luee 4129 J. R. Vinton 4169 l 1 4 44 L. s. Mecleery 4139 c. B. Weigel 4171 4 4 L. 0. Wright 4189 4 1 W4 4 1 4 ,J Nineteen Hundred Twenlfy-Five F! 74 44 M. H. Cadwell 4199 V. E. Lucas 4249 J. R. Farrell 4219 M. A. Mook 4251 4 fl '4 0. G. Lambert 4239 A. A. Reeme 4289 I., ,444 D. M. Eddy 4201 R. B. Reams 4269 4 1 QI V J. B. Frank 4229 D. C. T. Swanson 4299 4 4 1 44' V 4" ' 4 4 44 4QZ , . 4 41 :QW I 14 '34 491 Two hlllllfffd nineteen 44 44 . - 44 L fx. :""3in1'7 "- este. r '4L.--ee ' ' ' "Vi ,. ...nv . a W W. V, ,W . .f ., . . P Y-s ' "' ' w -,- . , , . I-'12 M." I 3' ' -1 'M 5.2. I V . .L..::.4'i.-.'-1... K. X31 I 'E-sm L 777 l " "S' T'. A - ' A '- I 4,-L 'i.L'-,-. 'lf' 'J I P. ' +- I U ,-' 1 'C-L ,T "T .fi 'W 'I' 2.4. :A .1 B.-W, ni 'a..., H.-1 'L Y 1 5' if -.7 '-L' 5: -1,3-A M- ' -Q55 M':1+A:: 4 1. 1 1 1- 'rf 1. 'r.a.g.a,1,e. A 1 i'?7't"l ' i" "Ti ' 'if' 1. - - ,+' gig- CN ,lil I - -3-V . . .--F :C+ W - , T A j.f.1'L.3-fi...C"W4T.":?,'T Iuyif-'T ng'-j..Lg V , ', Qi A Y , 1 5 L gulf-....,"'CT'f1 2-241 L j""f"" .rl 'QQ V- A Q Y I 1 1 w H4 if 'ii L11 lin Fl if I L 4 1 L, M P , EI 1 1 kg 4 my Lfiappa Alpha Elhrta Founded at DePauw University, 1870 r Flower-Black and Gold Pansy Colors-Black and Gold L. ' 4 Mu Chapter I" B' Established at Allegheny, 1881 N 1 'IJ SORORES IN CULLEGIO mx Nineteen Hundred Twenty-Two . Alta Lucile Postance C13 Elizabeth Aileen MacLaren C53 Lucile Mildred Bly C23 Martha Elisabeth Schall C63 H Martha Priscilla Brown C33 Emily Marie Charlton C73 Mary Kathryn Barnes C43 Ruth Adele Tuck C83 1 Nineteen Hundred Turmity-fZ'7u'ee 3 4 Margaret Louise Hammond C113 Georgiana Lane C93 r Martha Catherine McDonald C103 Mary Cora Henderson C123 R Maria Pearl Avery C133 Nimrtcevif H '1.L1?,CZ1'CICZ T'L0c'ntg,'-Four' A 1 Mary Blanchard Wickham C153 Lillian Merrill Davis C183 1 'Q Dorothy Mary Morgan C163 Margaret Eleanor Hild C143 ly s rf Nineteen Hzmrlrerl Tilrrwiy-Fin: W Irene Shepherd Colbert C173 Alice Turner C233 Kathryn Elizabeth Haynes C203 Elizabeth Marion Bates C253 ' Q Elizabeth Arnold C193 Mae Bell Andrews C263 rl Dorothy Cary Davidson C213 Margaret XVebb C243 L C Edna Elizabeth Brakeman C223 Grace Hardie Hilderbrand C293 g 1 Francis Miriam Goodnough C273 Eleanore Taylor C283 l Two Izumlrcrl irrcnty-om ' 3 , 1 l 1 TZ, - - i Z - W Y -r fr' fr " +1 ':,1"' 'lk V i rf? 7,5717 " -if -31" 352 fi'3ff3:T,Z?Ii-s." il' Q." 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Q virginia Debolt C221 Kathryn Julia Wangner C271 1 4 , Marion Flower Howe C231 Dorothy Hughes C241 1' ' kg' ' Francis Denton Hutchinson C281 M. Patricia Prather C291 f, . X 1 J , Mildred Hileman C251 Jean MacPherson Kitchen C301 W 1 I 11 Eleanor Kelly C261 Alice Townsend C311 1 v ' l P1 Two lmmired tzc'cuty-tlzrcr . N rim ' -, YA! Q , . 27- AQLWA . V 1.- ,A L ' Pi' S.-222 if Lili' T4'-.1v':. 1.1551-IE -ef I 2:12-11 1: any 5113. "WA -ax zrfzfxs at -gi 1 1 4 ' 1 1' if La X," -1'1,f..'1 1.1 -.3 52 4 L., '7i.,iIf J... 'fl -.-' f, KJ -'Lf -TJ 9.2. Nw, --..r 4 .r-5 V--1 ' 4 . A-. -I " 5-' f "I , '3fi5"1-'.E.Lj:.. fi 5 ..--g.' HF Z9 L P11 55 91 I' if . lf! 1, ,, ".sf.I4Y,3'l3T3v:x 1- A " -AJ 4, .J.. , 11.1-111 ,f I X, 1, 1 A 1 I . 1 4 AJ 1 71 1" 1 -, 1 ,1'.!,1,'.zTf ' F - -- 1 1 -111 1 . .1 ET, '11,-+11 1 we fr: 1 1 1 at 1MEZfLa.Il-f ig1:,sZ.'1-2.13-l'ED:,,l...zx1. 4 - '1. 1. , - Ink? 'C "" F ' qs?-i-ie 4-?11 I is 1. ' 1 , "- ' ' - ' M l -I' A 1 1 ewlf, 15 1. 11 111 1 . 1 11:1 5 l . 13l1 141i I .11 .. I ti 1 1 1 1 li! 11 1' i A ee : 1 1 531 1 . 5 Alpha Qlht tlbmega W . Founded at DePauw University, 1885 1 11 Q. Flower--Red Carnation and Smilax Colors-Scarlet and Olive Green 1 1 1 Delta Chapter J W1 Established at Allegheny, 1891 1 ki Nineteen H1md1'ed Twenty-Two 1 91 1 15 Marjorie Christine Abbott 145 Louise Marion Hulin 135 th l' Mildred Frances Ellis 195 Ethel Sarah Kerr 1105 ' 5 1 151 Eloise Fink 165 Coral Frances MeMillin 115 Y, 1 I Mary Evelyn Gealy 155 Harriet Frances Pitt 125 K ff Gertrude Katherine Houser 175 Amanda Hoover 185 la 1 1. ll M Nineteen H'zmzr1H'fZ Twcfnty-Three 1 J Elizabeth King 1135 Ethel Margaret Swanson fl' X 1 1 Helen Lucile Lefiingwell 1145 Harriet P. Titus 1155 1- 1 Dorothy Ellen Mussler 1125 Katherine Louise Simmons 1175 1 P Do1'othy Kathryn Minch 1115 1 1 l V Nineteen Humlred Twenty-Four M Sarah Venetta Allgood 1235 Ellen Elizabeth Lafter 1185 L Margaret Quinlin 1225 Mary McClure Rankin 1275 11 N Helen Madeline Boyd 1245 Flora Antoinette Trenouth 1205 1 I 1 Mary Isabel Buchanan 1215 Marion M. Minch 1195 1 4 1 Ruth Thelma Carroll 1165 Mary McLean Whitfield 1255 1 1 1 111 Nelle Elizabeth Titus 1305 Mary D01-worth 1265 Ml , ' 11 11 4 1 Ni?71C'fCC11- H'lL7111l7'6d Twenty-Fi1,ve 1 1 1 Charlotte Gertrude Johnson 1315 Margaret Cook Shaeffer 1295 1 1 l Agnes Nicklin 1285 Eleanor Davenport 1325 1 T 1 ' Sara Luella Wright 11 A1 M1 Two lmndred f'z:1m1ty-five 1 1. P i K lr U- A V, ,1f' , 111' 11 U1 m"" -1TT'l .ld gl-, -4 75 V I - " , T 'T ' 7 -i"n'1 xl --f Y- Yi- - -T-7---1-rg-'vI13""!l1P B til....L.'2u...p Zig.. 3.L:n."" L'.i.LI-.W rg 'lfl 3--J it , I g- 4 L...-A2-Eiga-: Wi 1 su I N1 f GAMM . 'J 3 I li r T F: QA L 9 J 1 'A Q I A! 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SORORES IN FACULTATE W Miss Edith Rowley, A.M. Q SORORES IN COLLEGIO Rl ij V' Nineteen Hunclrcfl Twenty-Two ilu W! , Sara Eleanor Coulter 113 Bess Jeffrey 163 . s 1 i M3 Lucile Drake 123 Mary Elizabeth MIHSI 143 Q1 1 P1 X Olive Fitz-Randolph Hammerton 133 Margaret Peters 153 tl V , Grace Runninger 173 2,1 1 Nineteen Hunclrecl Twenty-Three L Marion Hamilton 183 Edna Elizabeth Mumford 1113 ' 3 Ruth Elizabeth Lane 193 Nellie Blanche McQuiston 1123 ' 1 P Dorothy Stenenson Leeper 1103 Helen Marie Shaffer 1133 F , Victorine Smith 1143 , ' f 1 ' Nineteen Hundred Twenty-Four I 1 U 1 Virginia Louise Berry 1153 Gertrude Ruth Curry 1183 , ' 1 Elsie Elizabeth Reynolds 1173 Ethel Olsen 1193 I l ? Leonore Adeline Berlin 1163 Helen Gertrude Robinson 1203 ix - Kathryn Robinson 1213 i ,iq . Nineteen Humlrecl Twenty-Five fy ,rf Gladys Gifford 1223 Clarissa VanCamp 1273 WI Mildred Vance Scoyoc 1233 Frances Anderson 1283 If ,, Mary May Whitfield 1243 Marion Spangler 1303 .' 1 ' 1 Anna Nance 1253 Ruth Esther Smith 1313 1 If , N Virginia Kerr 1263 Ruth Lucile Mumford 1293 I3 f'!,l,P1i Two lmmlred fzvcfnfy-si'1en lx , , I ly 11 g -iw ,Y 4 , V, W ,M ,,, , f , W , , , 4 k ,,1?-,,,,,.l I 5-aim-"T-4 .lfvra 'x.1'7la. me 2g a1.2"'fl-A Q1.i'1f-L'?:'.f 4. .0444 , 'fr ,1,g11M,s f 1 e f 11. - i Q 1 ggi is f I Y , - ,Z 1' --,- ..A-..-, -,- .I ,fan--,.-. slG ,, V N, -:ff Q is W V Y I N v, - xi. Il' . . ,rf " ' I .M-..,. V I A -J, . sg . 3 6 V " , 1 " 9 I - 1 . 11' i j - 3 Q . ' -' . 15 16' " x' g ' ,hfb Q, 3 1 2. 2. ,g T 1.i,fj-C QQ: rife.: -:Y .154 -.T - ft 451.52 if G'-ff fl-GZ' il if - ,QW-g , 3 Y- , , ,H i ,. --.-, , f f .-.tg wfff, -- ef A - :fa-ez, . -' , .f 1' ,1 Yjjn A -dt. - A " ' "ix ,1 - L ,. f ,f-' W--XJ W F , N ,.-Lv' -' .yi X,,,..'. - , ' I, , A , I, , ,. 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Charlotte Abigail Jelbart f4J Clara Weller C77 if H N iuetecn Hlzmclred T1,oen,ty-Tltree ' l V ' Mildred Bennet Brown Kathryn Clark Robins f9J ' ' 1 Marion Helena Eimers CSD Dorothy May Schanck C103 , ' ki Rutll Hazel Wood i111 ' J rl N'i71Ctf?lTH1 Hundred Twenty-Four Sylvia Margaret Barnes C123 Isabelle Gilmore X -3 Mary Janet Beedy C143 Ivah Cass Jennings C151 Q Edith Briggs Harriet Joseplliue Perkins C163 1 4 Dorothy Mae Drake C133 Alice Skelton C175 1 ,Y Mildred Rose C193 Sarah Gertrude Wagner 1185 3 .I Nimftccn Humlrcd Twenty-Fire LH Hazel Fay Dickson 4203 Mildred Evelyn Love C243 HJ Margaret Dougllerty i213 Helen Gertrude Ray 4259 ' , Y Helen Jones Fry i223 . Anna Eleanor Riglltmire C261 in , Harriet Clark Hump1ll'ey i233 Charlotte Carolyn Smith 1273 h' Frances Ariel Stoolfer i231 Q H Graduate Student 1 A l Willlelmina Traum fly E Two lrrrmirerl If'ii'0lIU'-llflll? 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L-A i lf.-QS l , E Q1 i, P .- . ,fit-fi .en 1: .-f .L '-if g,:..,: ,,L1,..pp-,r...-:l: -1-Yi 'Y' UQYILE' ,.5g, gf' -, ' ' f Ja r 'J,f" .f'?+,- "-" e "-:ff-'--""jf,L1f?13i?5?::e l:1TfiAtXf??g,4.'i!'x fe f 1'-."?M ' 'VN ' Tziiii - ' ff W ff-. ,-aj-.QQ .V ,f,:?-.'-- '45 Q1-3' fine Y- -i -,gg r r DEI . J! gl 'iii 'bi Q' W Ulf W' - , :N X ll i, li U y . X I il P' l il 1 L Wi I 'I 4? l ,A ,, l . li U 'il 1' 1' x i l il P ll li 1 ll L 3 UEIIIEIQPHIP i fi if - ' ii 5 Founded at Allegheny, 1909 Flower-White and BUE Roses ' Colors-Gold and White , ,, ly 5 l I ' Nineteen Hundred.Tluenty-Two 1 N CNoneJ 1: H , X N xl! 'N Nineteen Hundred Twenty-Three N Yi Marian Lenore Moore"L1J i in ll' V N 71: Nineteen Hundred Twenty-Four i 1,1 1 ' 1 Y 1 Ruth Eleanore Jones CSD Katherine Kudel' 173 S T ' Ruth Christine Greenwood Q63 Dorothy Belle Irwin Q35 ,li I' M Tillie Marie Olsen Q49 Dorothy Alberta. Reed 129 T il V qv V 1: N1 I Nineteen Hunflfrefl Twenty-Five lk ff: li Aj Elizabeth White C111 Bessie Joy Hurnrner 453 'I' i Elizabeth Harrison Vaughn Q91 Elsie Katherine Veatch f10J H if Q l H 4- I in i A fl if 111 Y' 35 N M V' El li in HI W i 'Lil if r W ,Q Two hundred tllirty-one EM 1 l F Tw' 9-e445-"Ji-"'5'1-f..-..'5?. ZPJAQL .Nl 'T -+ATLT" 1 L H " i' liT'-- ..f Y i'.. - Y V - ---ZW ii - - 1 1 .4 , . Atijizfgzzrzfl- E I I , -- -f tl- r . , . . , ,-1' ws- S' K ,yu ,-1 V , ini, , 1 xjta, " 1 ,-ZQ2. It V 1 - x " ,i,"w - 'A 5 I 1 w Viv fi.. X an t, , H -, i f P -Ax: I I 1 , i ,A A Y i if -.71 '- . ... ,i YY IE-Qeggeif-ff"'v1 rg: i f it if f'5'1" as--1-1 '1 --'Tj Il ' I 'gi 4 R. L+ i 1 4 'I V 4 iw Q' Zilhrrr Hearn' Zlinreign language Qwquirrh I K -College Catalog. i ' V ,X , One language is enough! for me, 1' ' The one I've always usedg f hz , I do not pine for two or three- ' One language is enough for me, A Tho that, I fear's abused. ' ST K I try to put my thoughts across A 1 In English tongue arrayedg . L X And tho they lack in polished gloss- i lf -I ' I try to put my thoughts across, 1 M i And ask no foreign aid. X if , I care not for French parley voo, A I4 , It's too darn hard to learng '- ,, I'd sooner die of Spanish flu- '1 ' I care not for French parley voo wks' M' As teacher's do discern. '11 -These Latin names I cannot seeg Y I-.1 L A primrose by the river brim ui Is nothing more than that to me- VA 1 These Latin names I cannot see, i And Greek is likewise dim. L r I One language is enough for me, T The one I now abuse: Y I I do not care for two or three- T91 'I One language is enough for me, 5:9 I-I Just one to try to use. ., i L Qi I5 21 7' x 'll if lv ,A 'L 1 Tum lmndred illirfy-ima S 1 E ,e.,,,,a-,-W -, - -'7A,,,n,,-,4, 1,,r,m':, L.l-- :fi-1 515767.42 if 5.1255 Q 5,2 if '1...,J""V"" 1'Z.",3g'-I' EJ f' 4' f-.iixxcnrii 11,5 -, .rw ...t fx I',,-'AI'-fag-,f -irfsbb v V . l L 'Q V ' 1 L 'I W K ml. ,.. 1 1 ' . - ' ..'p.f4'jIQi?4Q 1-gf up -A 1 'izf,1f-Q.. - f ' " -jf' f-'gf Rig, A . .ms 1' 4,l.Ilbx,,-- .ep -1...,Tf .j i1'fr-ju "ig-1-1'-fear-E'-was-'1'efeee.' F 1115 .. f g -. as 9 lqnnnrarg Ellraivrniiiva EY Pg - IE Pl ee A e . 13,1 F ll ? lm V . ly F! L i X bi 1 1 1 ' ' tra wc " I' 1 15111 Pia , appa . it l Founded at College of William and Mary, 1776 b 4 Established at Allegheny, 1901 I Pennsylvania Eta Chapter in 5 Publication, Tm: Pm Bl-:'r.x K,xrr.x Kicr L - V mi President ......... ...Fred W. Hixson, D.D., LL.D. if Vice-President ..... ......... . Dr. Joseph W. Miles 51 Secretary ........ ............ D 1-. W. A. Eniett . ' , Lf FJMTRES IN FACULTATE .1 H fi W. A. Elliott, A.M., L.H.D. s. s. swartley, Ph.D. W H C. F. Ross, A.M., Litt.D. C. F. Littell, A.M., Ph.D. - R. Lee, se.D. G. M. Bollinger, 1v1,s. . JA fi . C. A. Darling, Ph.D. R. W. Themes, A.M. X' , F. G. Henke, Ph.D. C. W. Skinner, B.S. - ' H. W. Church, Ph.D. Naomi Kayhoe, A.M. N V' C. B. Coleman, Ph.D. Richard F.'Rowley, B.S. V ELECTED FROM THE CLASS OF A4 Nineteen, H-zmcl-red Twenty-One ir q f Alice Belle Bollinger Gladys Harriet Brunner ' rl l Paul Sumner.Dwyer Frederick William McCIuer L Harley Jackson Morris Helen Rebekah Milhoff . I Helen Marguerite Shuster Clifford Weld Skinner ' . H Wilbur Collins Thoburn Margaret Ruth Titus Nl?1'I7tC?C'?l .Hzmclrefl Tfzuevzty-Two 1 if 5 John Arthur Gibson Emily Marie Charlton U l il , ' di Two IIHIIZIVGG' tln'rty-tlzrec - ' r King M--A eh A 'rife A If A 11 'gif' i i ff 1, . .gg 1 ' , ' .rl FQL"LQI.i'1."' .117 Z'.."I",.4 11' C1-li -. . L f . F'--. ' 1 -. rj ,I A-.V TA Q elfs Q' T ..: -gi -,. . -- -' ' H., 'r ' -H' ,,' '1 1 L 1, '-M' -3. '-.f Ki: - '. if-..,'-f if 'J 'L I -fa A . if f A. f. . A 1" V ' C . A I 'JIM All v R'-jj '-if -0 'TT ,l,.hJkAJ'.hx,jN 5.15" , . ..- -T1 ,431-+" ,m milf, QQ, -C ., 11.2 41 E 'I . f f ev 5 'V - mr. a V .. ,M , FL..-K Ys- ,hifi ,. 2 r -f'-v.,."'L-f.j'1F, ., 'gf 7 X , FH , .J - '1' 'E xl V Hoff: .151 " ' ff-fjiyl kr 'v' 173' 1' U' , L '. - yffls -V.-'f. . -A L., Cf NT, F, . .'UQ.+f'f , r . "Q 'X . l --.Mapa . an -L wa., an .. . r r::"-'ff af-icq... 124' J .-I '. - - 1 f"A if- V--'-Lffsf-4 fa-W -. I -H., i YKVY A. - iff --- -1?4.fg,f?'5 :rx , , 1 j jpfilrgfx,'xg'-E1:4gj:5. ,tiff 1-f-I-cn... .MA -- 3....e"':".E1:x ,Xa 1 Llff, -,again ' pf.- 45....-,.,--.f.,:."T E..- -.?.'54 -,f,.1.t A' -7,5934 ' 5 13" riff-- K. M F . . . w . i I ff. L E .L-r 91. I I 1 ' if f7 4 .f.'f7"' "T'ii:fJ'R'E," ' -31102-Lim' " x sl! au., X H of L ? 1 . - Brita Sigma ilihn A C a ' , Founded at Chicago, Ill., 1906 H mf Colors-Maroon and Black Publ-ication-THE GAVEI. QL my Established at A116-g11eny, 1913 I . W N . I FRATRES IN FACULTATE FQ Dr. C. A. Darling, Ph.D. Clifford W. Skinner, B.S. 485 gk 1, I Prof. R. W. Thomas, A.M. ly X' FRATRES IN COLLEGIO Nineteen Hundred Twenty-Two ' E. H. Hickman' H. H. Buchanan 465 " M. E. Graham Q31 . .11 w 'W , W Nimfteen H1md1'ecl -TwentyfThree 3 C. A. Bollinger C73 I. 0. Fleming 123 A I J. H Bozic C11 J. Edwin Larson C51 v Ii J. L. Ross C49 gl 1 .31 +1 LN U , I M u my W H' ' N: .. L! . 4 Two lmndred tlzirty-five w MI ... A' - -- H LT Y P---Y --- - Y v 'r H "" -'Ti "'I:'- I'T at 'fi' if f' 'ff-?"'..-41 T 'ii' .mae 5 '- - f':'gF3-" 5 '-W . ' e I ..-,.' ' Q , ' er 1 . ,- 1 1 I Em If 'L 'Au '-1.7 . ' 7':-L- V 'g:.'l,.T5-Q ik. 'Q -- -:fa if -rev, f V 1 if 3,j,?-j'-sp , ,Uh r , i, , L -'zxxbg I - - :- . f 1 'X . - ff a 1-1.3 ,B f -'A- ,gl :af V-an 1 -'fo - f, " M ' ,.'.Q.fiF.s. , fe 1 Q A . 1.tfa1'f" ' ff n A R' 3 3 - QQ' jjf' i.iiQ.:f:'! " . Qiti-gfvigf,-in .V .5 ,reg lA. 1" , ::,'2li:,:, -- . - 9 L -G :A-...E wE.'fii'TIl3.r' fig L' . TH if 'N . .. 1- ,2Lgf'11L,1','- 17: ,"',:g'E'ji'rf,f,,"'r' ' ' .1 1 . f Ai N wif: 'fx '--'- 5 . ,git-f' s .. .L - f , -1- -fi-Y--if-r Y , - - 1 Y 1 ' ' -vLg'C'1 fr? X 1 ' s ,LQIJIHA-gif' U U in 1 1 Alpha Olin Sv1g1na 1 f . . Founded at the University of Wisconsin, 1902 I ' Established at Allegheny, 1913 X mf, V Phi Chapter I 1 5 , Colors-Prussian Blue and Chrome Yellow Flower-Dark Red Carnation il X ' ' ' l 'rj Publication, The Hexagon ,if I .1 1 I I- I F, ' FRATRES IN FACULTATE 1 l ' Dr. R. Edwin Lee, Sc.D. 113 Paul E Hill, M.S. 123 ' . E11 .G. M. Bollinger, M.S. 133 1' FRATRES IN COLLEGIO A li J N P 1 V Carl D. Morneweck 143 E. Lester Fix 153 ' L" Nineteen Hundred Twenty-Tito , A l Roger L. Baldwin 163 Gale Reese Kirschner 1133 'si l l I Guy Clement Bittner 173 Harold D. Leberman 1143 , 1' .N George Booth 183 Thomas W. McC1'eary, Jr. 1153 1 1 l 1 Owen W. Cornell 193 Daniel Joseph Murphy 1163 Hamblen C. Eaton 1103 Maurice E. Russell 1173 3 1 M' 1 John A. Gibson, Jr. 1113 Walter P. Swanson 1183 ' - 1 James William Kamerer 1123 William E. Jordan, Jr. 1243 I F xml 1 X if Nineteen Humlred Twenty-Tlwee p Q Ralph D. Bacon 1203 Charles E. Kinney 1193 ' if 1 l George Wilson Chapin 1213 James Harrison Tate 1253 1 1 1, George Byron Hater 1223 C. Howard Wills 1263 ' 1, T. Elliott G. Greenlund 1233 Charles Robert Wimmer 1273 V fy P 2 1 . , Alpha Chi Sigma has been a very potent factor in building up the enviable , I reputation which the Chemistry department at Allegheny now enjoys among ' Q MH American colleges and universities. At all times it has sought to advance this ,I A field of science, and has always stood for high scientitic attainment. Nl' .3 Its membership consists of men students who have demonstrated unusual ' 14 , achievement in the Chemistry courses, and is limited to advanced students. il! , li E 11 'JM 1 ' "I . . M 1 TY mm T li' ,Sul l lf rf: ,I l I. QP T Two Imndrcd tllirty-.vcz'en lf! B . .- ill illitig '1I' I -- -L Y, -'i f-A ' -.- - , 'T' 'I 174.3-' E21-' 7-Lil' i' ffzifjy-f'iEf5t'V, 3, DW' 'Z 'i"-2215! --'- '-- - f-- -- fi, l, . fs 4, 'I , , M I . J 15 K 4 f .a 1. . X . ,- N w,' A ,. . '1 ff 1 1 u k, ,J 'J fQ u ', H JJ 11 II1 fn x", :W . xi IYV fl 1. .l 4 .Wi L It 1 , ' ' EP5 LoN ELTA 3 . J - ,-, "'-v""'- 1 ,A-,gr :Lil 7,1 :Q 1.4. L HL if-J , .,....... ,,.. ... .A -V .., - ,M Q- '-:- . - , .-. -.--.w,. f,frL,,- 1-'.' ,,',, Q! ,,. J ...A .1 -Y-.A.-1' 12 - A ,- "f'ir:vf5lFLYQ7 Q f . 11, - 3369. ,Twp A .Y - ' A ,f',!f. E . f'f7: -' , I fgiggwra ,il kzlaggfill 1 N I-. , " 1 ' 'fr' 4 ,-3, L . 4 A b X' M i In an A 44fFI1,. Y ,. ,, -, ,V 1 , ' , , X . j' ,J -,, , ' Je 4-'. fs 1 - . I . ,. , '-E:-fi I' "":f"'3'4"5" T 'T ' . H. ' 'Q - 1 ,I . , I 1 ug .1 1 ' V' -' .: ft 1 . 4.4.55 pf? Y i f'.J,'slL'f9 Y as A ' M Z Q M . i wi if My ' F tl I7 1 ' l 1 . e 1 i, 'I . 1 E ll ' ' A . - . 151 Brita 'Epmlnn it . lx . v F V Founded at Syracuse University A V Publication, Tum EPs1LoG ' i X 1 i 1 Established at Allegheny, 1922 i A lily a N E1 FRATRES IN COLLEGIO Nineteen Himflrefl fl'wenty-Two 1 k Ralph C. Limber C13 Hugh H. Buchanan f4J .1 George L. Bird C21 Mortimer E. Graham C53 V fx John C. Bird 431 Jerome C. Hixson Q61 . F3 , Nineteen Hunclv-ed Twenty-Thr-ec A - J Ralph D. Bacon Q79 Frank L. Jolly 191 1 W Melville Jones C89 Kenneth Fry C103 4 W re m ' The society of Pi Delta Epsilon wasfouncled at Syracuse University, De- ,' ' 4 cember 6, 19093 since that date it has numbered on its role of chapters nearly ii all of the American universities and colleges which are foremost in journalistic 1' A study. It was installed at Allegheny late in the college year 1921-22, supplant- ',N l, 14 w ing the local honorary literary-journalistic fraternity Delta Kappa. I 'll The purpose of the society is to encourage undergraduates to compete for 1" ' . N positions on the editorial boards of college publications, to train them in writ- 'W H , ing, and to give dignity and standing to journalistic work and study. The ,' 1 membership is purely honorary in the sense that achievement in journalistic work is always an essential qualification. if 1-A 4 1. fl 1 jk Q 'I 1 M 5 lg l Q 4 f 1 . 1 Y I 1: I 1 ly' J ' M 'l . 5 I. ll A' Two hlHllI'1'L'l1' flzirty-nine 'i' pp wflln , . . JH-. ii N LL, he T 'i ' g -53 1 p . - 7.-1 iii L1 lj 7' " 13' a...'-E4 12.1.1.7 in-LT. 3l.sI"'..-I1 1.-5. Lqiig..-.L'Q""' 11 '...c.a!.?"'..Lu.""L'3S . e 2 .eg-rr r H ,, ,l1.f'1'7 ' i'iv'E fs-, ,..,.ii.- fa -, -111 VII'-.I K- . 1. A ,, J I V i 1 ,. , " Qi- -.Su K.. A 'wg 1 . ,A 1 I" Q - "" "H Lg' we X A., 3-.Lg --. I -'11:-3,:j,- I 1 ' ilk .7 . V 1 ' 4 L I Hi H I vi ' f 5 A , .I f'1 F . ,'. 3 .z uk J A ,ay 'Jigs-3:,,g, ? i , 1 if ' . 53311-'1:'5., 4 1 ' 252-A --:egfwef-2 ' n m.. nr --qdjjv ' ' , ., :Q ' L ' Jgw.1.Ap . .'5fC3v5L'11'jk53'L'f. ' 'I gf N . 51:2 K 1'f'.i51flg-if3,?5'- 1 j 'gfgfiiiill ' .Q ' . N N N ' ,K ,- ' - -3 Q34 . 5-'c1j.-f,2:ia,j5g5,1., , gA1A-. J . ' . - -'H::1f.A'gf.e4gA-A ' A- - A A ' . 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Skinner, Bs. 451 11 1 It 5 1 11 W1 H FRATRES IN COLLEGIO 11 11 I. '1 H Nineteen Himdrccl Twenty-Two . 1' G. E. Booth 423 M. E. Kofford 481 31 il , W. R. Flint 431 F. N. Parent 49J ' W 11 L. C. Dundon 441 D. L. Parker 4103 11 11 ' V H. A. Jones 465 W. E. Severn 4115 N 1 1 V11 D. D Kirkpatrick 473 R. H. Weavei' 4125 'Il' ' .1 1 1 1? Nineteen Himclred Twenty-Three 1 111' R. H. Boak 4145 1. o. Fleming 4161 , 1 0. L. Cartwright 4133 P. V. Mook 1 1 1 11 111 J. s. Roach 4155 R. M. .Powell 4171 11 1' C. H. Cochran 4211 ' 'VV l 1114 11 V 1 1 1 , Y 1 Nineteen Hunclrerl Twevzty-Four 1 1 11! W. L. Bailey 4183 P. H. Schultz 4229 1 31 1 11' A. R. Burns 4193 W. A. Smith 4201 1 I1 1 1 :. ' 11 1 1. 11 11 H This local Biological fraternity has completed its first year of activity in a Q 1 1111 most gratifying manner, and has accomplished remarkable results. Not only 11 1 11 . has it very materially strengthened its inner organization, but it has also 1 1. 'V '1' placed itself in a very favorable position for national expansion. 11I N1 1 . Selecting its membership only from those men who are sincerely interested W1 1 in the field of Biology, and who have done Work of exceptional merit in this F11 ' department, the fraternity represents high achievement in the Biological world. '11 ' 11? A W1 111 11 A if 1 ,- 11 . Y 11. 1 .1 1 11 i 1 iw 1. 1 1 111111 Twa fllHltil't'lf forty-one lk " ,AU--M - ,- M, V ,1 1. . 1,111,111 1 11 1 . .......l11..nea...1i1-1 UN E! 7.'. -L 11" 1"t1f'f1 . 'F-T47 L-:7 F '?'7i111 1 1 i 1' 1351-1 1-x Q' ,,..j:12'ia'-EII21.1'2I". ..4.11"r'1:L.1"'1-'11'41':.'f-f"",51f"'Yh1.:1: eciif-1z,Te.'f1.1 1.31 1 'l'e.5i.."1f'1' f-.la '--- 3-Y ,ff""' ' E 7 1 1 1 T11i"'Lg.i.i " "-" W 'S-l E --- 1 1 1 , 1 1 1 ,....-... l y V ,2 ,,f,,j,i,au9f.fF51:gr,s- , : A f ,, L, 'elif'-'P f' Nia, , A ., X V 1 -- . , log.: L , gg: ,b , , ' V QQ. K f, 'H Qj:j,f3f?'- Ai-','.- I, I Q.. 3. A p . -,..- .AQJA Q ,. ,- 'Z Q 914 X, Q TT' X . "f5T'f z g , ' f ': , in - a"?-"i'5-f- 'Q Q ymf like - l -- .-- elk-4, ' , HW lyk F 9' Strung Efrahtlinns 4 il How we would get on together, , rl Allegheny, , If you only had some weather, F , Allegheny, ,Q If indeed 'twere only true 1 As the poets sing of you 3 That your skies are sometimes blue, il Allegheny. I ll f- Here it is no jest to say, I A Allegheny, Wg December is as nice as May, m Allegheny, I 7 L And your Aprils-Oo, la, la! I H Quite the worst I ever saw, L X Cold and wet and dark and 1'aW, . X H: f Allegheny. I'm a going to California, ' ' Allegheny, , But I'll never cease to mourn you, pa lf' Allegheny, What a nice school you would be , If your weather would agree 911 To adjust itself to me, gs - Allegheny. if ll . M You can sit right there and lnoulder, Allegheny, nj ,I Like a moss-grown wind.-struck boulder, fl, QE at Allegheny, Q 1 The climatic agitation Ht Of your unsurpassed location gl H Is too darn much irritation, M Allegheny. 1 l l 'lug vi l r Fl f , 'In . l h , ,gli 1 ' i lf- A Two lIHIlt1'l'L'll forty-tivo .1 .. -- is-L r V: f e ' QE? i i fi- -on ' 'a7ffl1-jf 5-:Q-f yy- -1 J- '-F gr W-1-P"-r X, 15122215 if 9.T+.'f, FL.: 1?."',C-,E 55. -A ,,, ,gill-s ...L-A.,.4 15. ..4:.x..., ,,.41-s5u..s. f i i 7 , ..., .W af' M15 fx A V, . ,L 14 .f ,fff11fp'ffA4SQ-rw 1' -,.J, 5 E. I H' .,. 5. I ui Q 1 N E 659,255 ' 59 5 E W 3 J if-mf! v u fr W M , I I ILLIZXXQPBX gm We WW! 5 MW , 5 E gl W 'fag 5.-wg ' fi ' fZ f-if -U-la ,...'-QEQQ-2.3 4 Gna 1 -."3.1DUUI .1 .1 f3..ffE5t-F' --5f?.:w -. 1 . '1 .f-5,59 1 -51' 1 ,231 1 , ' ' U-1 1 11 fr. 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' 1 1 1- 22. lfuller, ' 1arzan,' arrives with Fifty-six pieces of baggage, two pairs of socks and a l 11 deck of cards. I 118.1 23- IXUUUUI l10Sf121j scrap. A new record set for vileness in placards. ' 1 . 111111 11 t. ki5.tI11resl2n1e11 being lleeccd daily. Reserved seats in chapel, memory books, suitatorium T1 1 1 1 IC e s' 11.15 1 goes. 1 1 Hi 1 26i j'l'ZttE!l'llltlCS pledge. kveryhody happy. Each gets the best pick of the freshrnan class. , if 1 '27, Editor of Lit, Monthly meeting all trains. Every face scanned for possible blank' ' 1 versists. 1 l 28. Men form two- rows in front ot' chapel. Girls run their first gauntlet. 1 ' l 30: Manager of Lit. Monthly makes his annual decision to make a joke-book of it. Some- 1 thing like the Panther or Puppet, you know. 1, OCTOBER 1' I 1 if I 1. lfreslnnen heads shaved. College phrenologist jubilant. .A , 1 b 2. hotudent senate forbids haircutting by sophs. 1'wenty-two frosh clipped that afternoon 1 1 y anarc ists. 1 'f 'W1 3. Allegheny defeats Polish College 48 or S4-o. Coach Hammett immediately claims the b Western Crawford County Championship. 1 1 1 I 4. 1li1.1111o1'c7d that the college pressing club is renting the space hack of the ironing hoard tot1epo'ercu. 1 ' 1 6. Y. M.-Y. W.. reception. Served in the English travelling style. Everyone has l11s own ' l compartmenut. Auto rides give modern touch, 111' ' I 7. Girls have indoor track meet. Sweet-potato race and the cream-puff-run won hy 1 1- sop iomores. V A 1 1 1 1 il S. Sccor spends the day chuckling over the "Rape of the Sabine VYomen" 1l1.T.fllLll'l X . 1 9. Buck Wolz scores his tirst success as monologuist with "Such Nice People." ro. Poor lessons today. Special burlesque at Academy last night. 1 12. Returns from last snmmer's house parties coming in with every mail. See hack files 1 of Campus-"Who's Next" column. 1 U 14. Jordan's bank account again overdrawn, Tries the juggling effect .of ahdollar. 1 16. Larson dissatisfied with Hulings Corresponding with Shaw's Mat1'1n1on11al Agency. 1 L, 1 18. Goodfellow modestly disclaims freshman encomium of uG'L1lKlC,,fl'lCl1d, and pl11l0sopher.' 19. Quill Club beats the world to the door of those who can "write a better book or speak J a. better picce than their fellows." Takes in 12. D 1 1 zo. Horrors, a bat in l-lulings. And we so careful. The lowest of ghoulish Happcrs. Dad 1 Ling called. lcleroism, expulsion, vindication, fumigation. 1 V 1 21. Gvatsovsky hrags that he knows the llleadville police force by his first nanie, ' 1 22. Gvatsovsky wanders down West Street. Leaves his watch and four dollars. 1 11 23. Pl1i l?etaf Phi dehntanties. Cartwright wins the hrst prize, a rare old Ixmg Lear lim- 1 1 1 berger sandwici o quaint cesign. N ' 1 '1 251 Sfrnate decidiiig vital problems minutely and hourly. Bingaman and Dundon souring r 1 l on caci ot1er's St0ll'lZl'.IlS. . 1 r 27. The "A" honor students read i11 chapel. Didn't want it anyway. Of course they're tl 1' i all grinds. 1 29. Carnegie Tech plays the cat Ellltl mouse game with Allegheny 56-o, Everybody griping. 1 . 1 1L 1 . 1 11 1 11 lr 1 NOVEMBER 1 l 'l 1 1l1, 1. The power behind the press goes to Princeton to disarm the nations. International l 1 11 School 1of1Poor Fish meet sa1ne.dav lo l11n1t the size of scales for next ten years. 1 ' 1 1 '1 11 2. Kaldron editor and l11s kodak off to A. L. C. Promises the hand three generals and 1 1 -11 a big parade. Practicing "God Shave the King" and thc "Little Tin Soldier" daily. 1 1 I1 1412 3. The penny-pitching champions take advantage of a mild day to hold a ionrnanienx in 1 11 11 1 front of chapel. I 1 1A 1 6. Louis Braun initiated into the iiK111gl1fS of the Folded Hands". 1 1: 1 9. The editor hack, Brings no generals but much loose talk about "Generals who have 1 1 niet me." - 1 '1 10. Cl1em. I thrills at news that fllC'CllCI'lllSt the grandest thing in nature and that 1 1 ten thousand dollar positions await all who complete Lhem. VI successfully. 1 1 1 ' iza Vicl Wright rides in his lirst pullman to game. Reports a had night. Hammock too 1 1 3 crampe to s cep in. ' 1 i L 13. Fraternity averages low. C4n1n111ittees preparing alibi information for the alumni. i 11111 1 I 15. Jegoine ksuffers sudden acclnnation to northern ice. Willing hands help in gathering l 1 1 " 1 tie scattere moo-s, 1' 1 ,K 17. .Chapel announcement. Dr. Church cannot meet classes for two days. Students draw dr i ' .1 a deep sigh. not unlike a checr. h A 11 1 19. Pinkie Prather makes his daily trip to the regist1'ar's window to fill his ll .1 P h . . . ,. . . DC - . 1 I1 11 1 21. Lrunirine listens for the llttsburgh bymphony Orchestra over wireless phone. Ilears 1 '1 1 ' I-Iell's Bells by mistake. 1 1 I 111 23. Fresh epidemic of Red Dog breaks out among the Beta Upsiloners. 1 ji 11il Two IlllI1l'fI'L'l1 forty-fir1r' I l 1 li'1"'-- ", aijigffi, gi :it . , r 'm , r iq'-fi P , ,...,. Q Y Y i . . ,, W Y -- 11f'Y' 1"""l'3fi'T'7""'!'2"' J'-'Ui r-lr' -"-Ira'-rr 1l- Y-51 "' in Y- -tml.. ix.. .4 1255.31 n....."u...... ff' n I , . 1 -.N .1 A. lygimig'-,X ,,..u,.7-...X 1.1, 1' 1- , 'Pdf y,.f1.:Q?ff""5E+?,S, .. .1 xv. . -. - - ' ' ' f 1 " ff . 1 .iff , N A l 59? J al, ' , x '-V Y A 4 ' A1 - . :iff gf , 554 ' ' ' ' -' ' ' ti ' lr 1' x my-L-. -- A 1.. V 1' . ' ,"r .. . 1f."f'-f1'- " i "1 "'- '1'TZ-'-"' . ' 'i5:.1..fggcQS2.g..Q1-, Q..L. NM , 'figigr 1 1 1 - -' A -. -- - - ---fm,-.-.--.. .. ...V -- .. .WY .-E'. M . - fi' 1 ,gl ll 1 g"',"' " .. " ":'T:'4i' ' ' ' Y: 'ff f 3 F- VA LN , Y -Y , X 11.:-A1 .I H41 1 gi' 134 W Y Y. f 6-Q : Y 11 1ggs-fl:-s,.'1T""1s-...sexe 'l!Lhq."':.'J!.ls.n"iL3f'i3g,V 'Mic 1 .,1..c 'J 1 1 i f: , n15c13MB1sR A fl' l - H 1. Football team wins season. Nuxated Iron Co. buys their picture for advertising, 'A 2. "Last warning" cards out for chapel-cutters. .Many new faces in senior section. 3. New speed record set. Faculty meeting over in twenty minutes, ' ' 1 4. llmgaman refuses Buchanan even a single extra copy of the campus. Buch beside 1 himself, 0 5. f Sherwood Eddy shocks half-filled chapel in morning. Shocks all college and its friends U 1, in the a ternoon ecture. 6. Bing sets his foot down again. One copy of the Lit and one only for its editor. ll iM ' Kaldron editor worried. May cause a feud. l 11 8. Jam Stewart receives a fresh shipment of yeast vitamines. Can rise to any occasion now. . 1 1 9. Dundon invents his latest "fortune in a teacup." Cuts all classes for two days. ,, l ,511 b. I 1o.l Llulings spends the day inspecting the new family of "Darlingest little bunnies" in 1 N 10 ogy a . I M 11. Latin III class eats lollypops while the Gauls storm the gates of Rome. 11 12. Sid Carlson talks darkly of suing the government for pension. Claims S. A. T. C. 1' X 1 war biscuits in 1918 ruined his digestion. '. 1 1 1 13. lioh, the delt mascot, confined to his kennel with flu and fleas. l 1 Q' it ' 14. Miss Cotton forgets a freshman moniker for lirst time. Blames the Roth Memory - 11 I1 J Course for her disgrace. I 1' '4 15. Eskimo pies making big hit. Joe Hovis caught eating four in the classical club room. 1 16. Shaffer thinks himself a new battleship being launched. Breaks bottle over his hip. L 18. First special edition of the Campus ever printed on sale four .minutes after the Geneva. 1, game. 1 1 - 19. Off for home, lloy, won't we fill the old gang with tales, tho. Wow! 5? 1 , 'ui ll JANUARY 4. Getting back fast. How college does bring a man out. Charlie Tefft slapping everybody on the back. I l l . l Our last year here and no senior-soph banquet. Aint it hell, tho? I ask you, aint 5. it hell? A 6. Quill ch.1b room redccorated. Great interest displayed in new sofy. 1 7. Lampus decked in white. Many Hulings faces washed in snow, l 8. Sh! Hush! Mystery! Nightridcrs! Watch your step! Ku Klux Klan snake dance around sun dial tonight. l Y ' o. Rainy Sundav night. Most dates called oFF. A io. Physical Culture scout in town. Crumrine poses for his "Captain-of-'l'rack" icture. l 11. Dr. Henke chapel-talks ou the "Life and Habits of the Doughtnutdoting VVlbofleduff." W l W ' 12. Slillll'lCl',S laundry turns up at Hulings. Seems to tit on one. X X 5 13. llugs club shocked bv paper on 'fllirth control among guinea pigs." . . . ,' 15. ,Ruthless masterfulness of The Shiek wins heart of Hulings. Movie hero, Jazz artist, 4 V best sellcr.l Colligellovgrs selling at discount. h lk Ik B H- f xdl ' 17. A ton ac ar , master cartoonist, c a ta 's. o inger in ront seat. : cs many jokes to l1is repertoire. 1 . 1 ur 18. Ham Eaton, president of the student senate, talks of spanking any Ilulings girl ' L caught rolling 'em. Hc'll teach them a lesson. rl zo. T. N. E. turns stool pigeon. Gives clue to Kappa skeleton mystery. ' 21. Tech defeated 28-22 in basketball. Mort Graham quite modest. 22. Flint again bled by girls in Biology XII. 25 CC. this time. 1 1 24. No IHOTC banquets for Phi Gam seniors at Kepler until the silverware is returned. ri Hi Jones tries to hush it up. fl YA 25. Sophomores greatly exercised over the color of freshman socks. Show them quick. 1 Y A 1 27. VVeaver incorporates for a mill-ion and organizes himself into a Teachcr's Agency. 1 1 11 Positions in stock for everyone, W 1'1 . , 1 1 1 - 1 1 ,111 1-Erznufxkx' 1 Tr 1 V 11 l 1 1 ' 1. His last noble Fight. Passing of the famous Phi Psi Buck expected any moment. . l 4. Exams over. Everybody relaxes. l"lu cases in hospital recover innnediately. ll l xl 5. 'Drugstores sell out of bromo seltzer. I P 111 , 11 6. Everybody turns over a new leaf. Phi Beta kappa for all, 1 1 1 8. h'lCClUEl11 for Glee Club. Practices his vowel sounds in chapel. All, ul1, 21, a, a, .I E 9. Cunningham, champion shot putter, back in school and attends chapel. 1 l 'N Freshmen rush oFf orders for Nlilofllnr Tlells. I I ,1 io. Selma Lenliart reads "E1'stwhile Susan" in chapel. Henry greatly saddened because 1 11! ,l .1 thcre aren't a few girls like her at Hulings. I ' I - 11. Marks out. Sheep separated from the goats. Goats go home to explain, "1 iii 12. lfrafiir silgnns up his usual lreaviq sc-hi:-clrifewtzi houlrs and seven dates. I 1 1 1, 14. 'ar .'an urg poetizes in ciape, dui c.u mum impress:-rl. 13. Chi Rhos pull down blinds, close shutters, and quietly initiate. Tl1e rude, rough Ii ' 1 1l1 Delts parade their freshmen like rowdies. " 11 1, I" 8. VVe defeat Duquesne. On to Paris. 4 1. H1 lf: 15. Phi Psi's emulate Uiogenes, The Freshmen all roll barrels. ,I I li 16. New college catalog out. Many students-outpointerl by the pointless point system. 1 17. bcznor pictures being taken. Proofs coming in. Cruel disillusionment. ll' 11 Q 18. 'Bittner withdraws from the common herd. A research chemist now. , , 1 1 Q I H tzii. Football team sends home for baby-pictures. Fuller can't find l1is and offers to pose in a 1 1 '1 1:1 1 ui. . 1 .11 1 1 11 , ,11 1 1 1 11 , Two I1una'red forty-seven lwi 11 K , H W Q . .1:.-111f1-- I ,1 1' ' W ,, fb- .--- -ts---5 7. ., ., 4 EY."s.-g -f"-.i:'?"'T"' I 11 .,.,,- -. . .c i111 3.7 -un-. ALL' 74.5.1 ELL' if '.4s1.." 3.....1-"' 51.1.52 s.."E5Ln..4.'f7'-z:-c.-. 7-I1! fr-1 Tgi -J feffcil' f ' ' ' 12- 'lf Y-'lf":?f"l? 11 1. l a"l1. X 17.1 7- -' -- , Vx tru. Y 1' 7- , ll: Nga: 1 ,- 'H fi '.A. 'I - Q, fzg+-afigfff' 1 V AL 5311-.g.Q QI Friifj . 1 58131. ' 4 .',V- ,L ge -Q g ' A V . se q if 5 Uv 2 4 TI ? kg z. 2 VA, V A i1 ,g r al K Q wi 1 'Y' .1 F' H' 4 L . '1' ' 9 vw ,I . kr " y- U As, gf 'fQ-Fila J. - W W ii, H+ EW WW 1. u H giiijgl ' f . -5 lf, Q w,..5. , ., .L .. ,.,.. .. ,?....4.....4-. -,w . . nv-1-1 ,7 . ,. .-.,. .,. -- ll ll l ul 1. 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Janitor sweepsup a heavy fall of biscuits from thc freshman section of banquet hall. 24. Freshman discard caps. Many seniors get reputation for snoobishness. t.an't tell them now without the caps. g Q . V b 25. Senior picture ill caps and gowns, -Bill bevern spoils seriousness of Occasion. 26. Hard luck week for basketball 'l'ean1 sneaks -home in. dead of night 27 Robins arriving fast. Air lilled with kodak clicks, Niles overworked. 28. Band gives concert. Salome played. Played completely out. M A RCH 1. Last dav for senior theses. Encvelopedias haggard from overwork. 2. Alden Hall rivals Sousa's barnyard. Vivisection and research by the thesisists at peak. llarking of mudpuppies and grunting of zuinea pigs-at all hours. I A 3. Dundon's twin hens refuse to get beri heri. Another egg. Llass dismissed while they caeklc fthe hensl. , A , 4. llundon badlv worried. No heri beri. no vitamines. No vitamines, no thesis. Nu thesis, no graduate. , 5. Weaver surrounds himself with the Bible, llioran, Science and Health, and "Four llun- dred NVays to Paddle a lfreshman" and writes the B, ii. ritual. 6. lam's new clog, Patches, being trained for his first social appearance at a faculty tea. 7. The Shifters organized at 9:10 with six members, at 11:40 38 members, at 3:45 112 Still spreading. victims. 8. VVorse than measles. An antitoxin, the Cacklers organized. Ineltective, can't check it. 9. llingaman and Hi jones only ones not joining. They talk of starting one of their own. lo. Henry's honor system successful. lfilteen dollars and two columns in the Campus, 11. Paul llird takes his mother in the Shifters for ten dollars. Pays his fraternity bill. 14. Alumni becalmed in sea of faces when wind fails. Varsity sails over them zo victory. Sherwood Eddy back. Adjustment week. College tightens its belt. . Bittner and Miyers launch counter otlensives. Three stitches, nobody snitches. 17. Eloquence wins. Buchanan dedicates himself to solving the race, industrial, political, and international problems. Utopia iust around the eorne1'. 18. Yeni-vidi-vici. Vile win both ends of the debate with XVooster 3-0. 19. "Over the Hill" at Academy this week. Freshmen flood the mails with letters home. 20. The debating team passes resolution to copyright their speeches, including rights of translation into the Scandinavian. 21. The ll. U.'s move up o11e. The Allegheny Club christens itself Phi Alpha Kappa. 22. VVho started this darn quotation business for senior writeups anyway? ,241 Jerome asserts his independence. Refuses Pinkie Prather permission to slap him on the ac -. 23. Vachel Lindsey accompanies General llooth to Heaven ill chapel. llr. Schultz carriierl away. Declares he saw the little angels. 26. Devney has midnight visitor. Uses the slapstick end of a paddle on it. The worm Ol' rather pseudo-kitty turned. llevuey marked worse than Cain. Joins the world in hating himself. 27. Entire research force of chem, department exhausting its ingenuity in saving Devney and his wardrobe to thc world. ' IS. 16 A PR I L 1. Larson signs contract with Victor Talkitlg Machine Co. and the Pathe News Educa- tional lfihns to teach his methods of debating. 2. Doggone. Jani sells his dog, Patches. Two can't live as cheaply as one, Sn there. Besides, Patches was too light a sleeper. 3. Eaton stalking faculty kids for lialdron pictures. Faculty issues orders for them to appear Qnlv at night. Heirs not apparent. 4. VV'hcre's that copy. '1'ribune cusses thq editor. liditor cusses tl1e staff. The stall cusses each other. . 5. Enibarassing deadlock arises, Swimming team have no suits. Not at home in them. Photographer maintains hc won't be at home anywhere if they don't wear them. 7. Nunc pro tune. lixtension of time on senior theses extended extensively. 8. lluds swelling fast. Spring zephyrs and all that stult. Senior batchelors shaving every day now instead gf twice a week. I--looplal Easter vacation. Ten nice long days to sleep in. 18. Shortest ten days in history. Now for that last long mile. 19. "lit" Nichol, fearing publicity, threatens the Kaldron editor. f'L'IT1llil1gll7.ll1'l, heavyweight champion, added to the staff. 21. t'Rerl" Hafcr insists that we hit the locomotive for the last time. 23. Doc llenke pulls l11s annual to his Ethics students about when he was a boy and he and his brother let the watermelon fall downstairs. You know the rest Cwhen father got homel. "lt was a terrible accident." 24. Giles tells us in organic Chem. that when hayseeds are introduced into the manufac- ture of strawberry jam it can truly be called adulteration. 25, The Ki Rhos order twenty pairs of knickers. Doc Skinner starts Daily Dozen shank developing exercises. 26. Lena forgets to forget: answers the bell at 'its first ring. 27. Judd appears without his knickers: wash day for his golt socks. -28, llannnett gives only two A's in P. 'l'. for last semester. lloppy and Julian get them. 29. Prexy states in chapel that twilight is the best time for some things. Everyone nods approval but Flint. lle looks cli-sgustegl. I l Q, ' 30. High winds,-Slirader hnds himself' on the outside of the inside of a reversible umbrella, i Two hundred' forty-nine if L, V 'ZT7-2"-l-Y 'Q , -:- - f -.-- -ff 1-1-ff'-'Y . ai 'gl 'YI' L- 441- 4- 2: Ag,-5-yJ'4g,,-Wir?-,W-,Li1."f4aj1fTn:.f +L. .4 A21 ,di - -fc U has - 5 x'l. ., ,X I 1, R . ,MALVAR f U , f it .N uf - Y - ' i . V A 'A 4 I i.Lwi:5:::.J:.'-gi-5-1-aaf:iff'Sf1L'. Q V: fs 214 .fx A:-:L 1... .T P . L: fa V1 L 41 C?" V! I P1 ':14in'twc Q' f 2-' r' M 4 un. Q f-23, F Qu gi ' - 1 ,N " 'Hia CID WS roll their own. H :ag 1 lv-,F 3, ii if .fl ff J 1, It I5 'lf orange Dnl 'nfl gl: , Lvoks 1' ke blossoms tool? We ' five 11 0. G of W fa us. N4 we Z F4 'Q ' ef 'TW ' -. avi 72 V4 f. F '1Ql1enfAl.uee if 91 'li fl Play- F , Back. 'La the farm. i E Ava O 71 if . I Q J' if 51 ll! l 'I Fi fi Hi. 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Mary Gealy and Sal McQuiston attend their second annual Phi Gam mothers' party. . 4, 6. lloward Youngs is sent home for the week end by his fraternity brothers to put new l ' N wine in old bottles. I ir 1 7. Doc Skinner and llani liatou fine-comb the city for Tlionias-cats, using latest method ,V known to chemical scicnec. ' - - - - il Th mas- l ' S. Schatz, of the Lyceum, otleis thousand dollar iewaid fox the vandals n iose o cat pursuits spoiled his show. . I 9. Dr. bwartley advises chapel-listeners tu always keen a reserve on hand for emergencies. , Inner Circle chuckles at its own foresight. 4 io. linsh Mountsier attends chapel on NVednesday as far as the door. Gets his Campus 1 and Saturday livening Post and retreats in orderly fashion. 11. Scidl-e and Coale survey llulings through the transit. They declare it isn't distance that J ' lends enchantment to the view. ' liz. Prof. Skelton falls in step with a department tradition and carries his market basket to c ass. J. 13. Goodfellow resorts to childlioodwinking. ls sent np for ten days to inspect the world from the back side of a chicken pox quarantine sign. A ri 14. Ralph Limber enthusiastic over his new io lesson course in "Traveling on Your Stoni- ach to Health, or Partial x"EgEUll'l1ll'llSll'lQ viz., l-'art Meat an-d Part Vegetables." l 16. XVeavcr and Kelly pose for the Kaldron in knickers. L, l I17.k "Ple1'e'g Paton "liooks" most of girl's Kaldron pictures for his "A" book and to plaster ' ' 4 tic me wa o ns room. ' ll 19. "Chuck" Cochran conferences with Dean Spalding on his first llulings visit. Reports l thc new sunparlor is a wonderful addition to the place. 21. Dr. llcnke's turn in chapel. Advises seniors to "take a. little honey home with you when you return." Orange blossom. it seems it was. 'Sf 22. Another red letter day. Tennis racqueteers vanquish VV. X I. Mount Union debaters 1 l silenced. Our dcbaters close and open shop at will with unanimous approval of judges, Hi , R 23. Duzcr Du issues call for dramatic talent. l-'ifty-six applicants for leading role in .' l Grumpy, . l 24. Katy llrohn chalks up date 274. " 25. Report spnead that Stanley Thoburn is attacked with eolic in library. lliglily indignant. ,- Rumor denied. Only studying aloud for a quiz. l , , 26. lluchanan all in. Suliers dangerous relapse after weeks of daily posing in Kaldron Q froups. ' A 27. The Chem. lab. radio gives a concert. XVilliam Penn hotel kitehen-plate-clatters ll . .4 l featured by the broadcasters. , 28. At last. The Dean gives her consent and sev-eral brazen girls don knickers. Pressing shop overworked. I , l 31. So far as this calendar is concerned time ceases to be. JUNE l ny: 1. Kaldron out. Inner Circle meets at Saegcrtown for last meeting before dissolution. ,E X I ' Oh, dear is the lure of the gypsy tra.i1 N 3 'i As it dips from the hill to the, checkered vale, . ,N 5 Oh, sweet the relief when cares are mocking , A X 1 To ride with-Lord. is the engine knocking? li . . l l lr 1 How fair is the call of the unknown road, M' ,l And it -bids you cast from your mind the load, ll I I For its cool, cool woods and green, green grass ll X i Enchants therWhee-e-ese-Hell, outa gas. , xl l 5 W The gray road hints of adventure fair- I ,i , Come, gypsy-hearted, seek it there. , ,l The nodding flowers whisper that- ii ' , l .l The dence! The right hind tire's flat. Ig . l l . . it 1 y- 1 ' Over that mn what fair 1-and nes? j ll , ji, N! That hill may be wall to a Paradise! I ix 1 . i A Destiny beckons across the years l la V To the he-art-Crash! Bang! Stripped the gears. H1 l" "l l dll - Trng luu11ll'cz1 fifty-one ,ll llif. ll- -- - A Hg YW, i ,LZ 4 f .. - e . 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L i Anywhere an an win do r X If it's off aways. Cross-eyed, homely men, perforce, 1 li May get married, too, of course, ' ig But there's no romance in that. I 'H' Thc Heroine: , A 1 ' I 0 Take her from a cold cream "ad," , , 4 One who has and always had ll! I If 1 Charms of figure, voice and face , 5 Y xg' Combined into an elfin grace. if 1' Let her have a scheming mother, ' i Let her have an erring brother, W g 'Q f Yet she must be pure and sweet, g " Without guile or deceit. 41' CFiction's often quite contrary Q To all laws lm-edirai-y.p l , , Girls whom charms do not endorse ig ' ' li May get married, too, of course, W But there's no romance in that. 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Througli channels which 'even , ' 1 we may not divulge, we have discovered that the Athletic Board has crossed 1 KX fa, the Rubicon and cast the die indeed. We know and can prove that it has LX 1, '3, adopted a most radical innovation for next year, which may be termed, physi- , IN cal specialization of athletes. Furthermore the Board has scoured the coun- ,N V , try and signed up practically all of the 1923 football team. We have been able , 1 4' to secure photos of part of them, which photos appear on the opposite page. ! Q1 After commercialism has done its utmost at producing high-grade football a-X teams, the greater triumphs were reserved for environment, heridity and gene- , v , tics. We believe that this policy will revolutionize sport. It has been easy 1 i ' , to say hitherto that this is an age of specialization: now the time has come to 3 ' try to realize it. Of what advantage can it be to a professional hand-over-hand ' 1 ' - rope climber, let us say, to be encumbered with perfect legs? Better if he It " li X have no legs at all. And what is the advantage to a football team to be com- 1 1X posed of eleven men so alike that they are practically interchangeable? , pk 6 , We have not been able to learn in what positions Coach Hammett intends ' 1 ' 1 to use the men shown here. We would presume that Numbers 1, 3, and 7 are .X to be placed in the line for purposes analogous to the anchorages of suspension 1 1 bridges. Certain interesting facts concerning the training of one of them, w R ' Number 7, have come to our attention. He was reared in the stockyards of -1 , 'Chicago and fed upon an exclusive diet of vitamines and sole leather. Ever 1 L " ' X, since he was 15 years of age he has been given exercise every morning by N' harnessing him with a truck horse and pulling beer wagons from Milwaukee. H His weight is given as 683 pounds, and his height at 4 feet, 2 inches. Arrange- . ' ' ments have been made for a stockcar in which to haul him about on football 1 , trips. ' ' Y X 1 1 3 , The men numbered 4, 5, and 6 are speed kings. Number 6, we understand, 1 X X is a little hard to start but amazingly fast thereafter. He is able to straddle .H a heap of linemen 10 feet high without missing his stride. In order to produce 5 - such a man as he, 50 lanky boys of 4 years were confined in a mangrove swamp X , outside of New Orleans and forced to develop or drown. We were pleased to it . , it learn that he was the only survivor, therefore the entire fruit of the experi- 4 LX ment comes to us. Number 4 was discovered by a Tingley Biological Expedi- ip, 3 Q - X tion picking cocoanuts from the palm trees of Madagascar. fa 1 fl, Number 5 only dresses in the dark uniform shown here in order to have v his picture taken, since in his regular clay-colored uniform his thinness makes ' 4 1 him almost invisible, or capable at the most of being mistaken for a goal post. 7 The secret of his success lies in the greased pig principle of the country fairs. N r ' At first glance one might think that Number 2 presents a somewhat warped I-5' X 1 X A appearance, but in reality he is a beautiful figure upon the gridiron. I-Ie is 1,5 ' if known as tl1e Human Hoopsnake because his peculiar development enables H! ' ' X him to run in spirals. Opposing backiield men have often been carried from i the field unconscious as a result of the dizziness produced by the sight of him. N I X- 1 Number 8 will be readily recognised as a left-legged punter and drop-kicker. A A l Number 9 is a line plunger whose head and neck are exceptionally well itted , for the work. He spends his summers, we find, working for a house-wrecking ,I . , -' company in the demolishment of old buildings. , ' X, ,ng p The success of the 1923 football season is assured. The Athletic Board, we i, 1 X' J feel, is to be congratulated upon their daring foresightedness. Also we are , ni firmly convinced that we are about to look upon a mutation in collegiate sport. , ' ! ' A Finally we are happy to advance the opinion that the girls will have a if harder time finding a handsome college athlete to become enamored of, which ' a I gl will undoubtedly be better for the rest of us. 94 1 r X. l XTwo'l11mdre1l Hffyescvclz I V. ' ' B. een .-':..i,f . ,L-Q - Xt . 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CPage 29, College Catalogg ' " Without disparaging our college catalog, whose glowing pages thrilled us all I gl that last year of ours i11 High School, let us ask, "Have you seen beyond the 'l 4 " Yale lock of the museum door?" Never mind answering, It is you who have often wondered what lay beyond that -mysterious door k that we, after a 'labyrinthine maze of red-tape, succeeded i11 getting inside for ,U and bringing out of it photographs of a few random-picked but fascinating relics of Allegheny and her history. qi' 3' These you will find pictured on the opposite page. if The first relic is a photograph of Molly and Jake, the original pair of , , fishing worms that gave ,Paul Webb his start. Starting with this pair, last A 'I year Paul sold 90,000 of their descendants, each, of which had to pass a rigid , physical examination and endurance test before shipment. 1 IH! The prognathous-jawed individual with the dishevelled hair was one of the , 1 unfortunate defectives who were common at Allegheny before the faculty H4 N raised the standards of scholarship. He was a line fellow and a good fraternity I N man but as cave-manish in his wooing as the shiek. 1, , , Pl He is especially interesting to students of evolutionary trends in college ' V types and a portrait of a typical "C" student should be hung beside him before 4 ever-rising standard force even the "C" men into extinction on college campuses. ui The portrait of Tim Alden on his way to Bentley Chapel is a vigorous and strikingly masterful pose of that grand old founder of our college. , 24 . The nest of the fur-throated galosh, a rare Arctic bird, was found by a Ting- leyite in the ravine back of the Delt house. Its great value to ornithologists , 4' " lies in its four square eggs, a shape unique and confined to this species. This ' 'I ,U ,L is the only specimen known to exist. l ' A sad bit of history is connected with the tall bottle of dark-colored liquid. K1 It seems that Ponce De Leon, as you well know, thought that he had found the elixir of life but to be sure sent a sample to our chem. lab. to be analyzed. - - H The report he received was so disappointing that Ponce tied his shoe strings ' 1 wi together and hung himself by them. Only once has this precious relic been l disturbed and then by a Phi Psi sophomore who was near-sighted and mis- r read the label. . ' , 4 l The blue and gold pillow with Allegheny crocheted or hemstitched into it ' icq Q tl' should be an inspirational sight to all Alleghenians. It is the identical one r I used by Pres. McKinley upon the occasion when, as an undergraduate at ffl Allegheny, he uttered those now famous words, "Now I lay me down to sleep." ii The pair of dice shown on the opposite page are priceless bits of ivory. ' They were stolen by a sophomore from Booker T. Washington's other pair of ,X 5 pants while he was delivering a lecture in the chapel. Tuskegee Institute has I' i fall a standing offer filed with the college for these baby-shoes-winning lucky stones. 1' l I l The lock of hair on the family Bible was clipped from Dr. Darling in his Q fl I undergraduate days, was rescued from oblivion, preserved in the family Bible i , , I ' and presented to the museum by Mrs. Darling in 1915. . I. , rl! The bountifully-laden hope chest was once the repository of its owner's l ' W dreams, hopes, prayers, and handworked linen but today it stands in a dusty It i 5 corner of the museum as a standard guide of how a hope-chest should be filled l . and occasionally when the cares of her office slacken for a moment its owner .WL f, comes to drop a saltytear on its yellowing linen folds. i it is 1 , W l pu Two lmudred fifty-nine lik N A Y A ,W -, ,, , .,,? m,, - If,',,- 1, : l--7 H - . ... f W Y . 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" I I I Ii I Joltin' like a Shimmy queen, bouncin' like a Ford , 'I 4 1 Lurchin' like a drunkard with a Wooden leg I- ,N Climbed up to the hopper- from the running board And got a most beastly crampg thought I'd lost a leg. . t' i I vs , E 9 Lost my pipe among the ore, all my Beechnut goneg ' UI ,I Wetter than a jelly fish seven fathoms deepg I 'li' fl Stretched out on the bottom and the others piled on, IIII 113 Took me for a mattressg wouldn't let me sleep. fn 1 I .zlg I " ll 1, 5 I Stopped at every sidinf, twice they broke the "air" . I ' ' 'H Then pulled out a drawheadg laid there half the night I 45 J V Fin'ly hit Red Raven. Did the people stare I l" I I When they saw us comin'? Lord we were a sight. F ' lv Rambled down to Schenley, stiff in every joint 1 l 'II Copper stopped and questioned us, 'pearance was to blame " W I Il' But we bummed the Bessemer, that's the blessed point I I Hoboed it to Pittsburgh-then we lost the game. . ,, I . I 1 I W X , I. if lf it .2 'ily IJ ll ll Il I lf 4 . el fl ' 3 1. 1,.Il I ' I IIN: I. Iglllllf 'll I I' I Two Izluzdred sixty-three I 1 MII Pd ,Q -A 3 m i,-- . I at : - f. 1 - .-- g ....,.,.,,. . g 1,11 1' m..if""7',.a.L 41. f"'?' 1515 '- E. -:" 2: ,JI Lili ii -gg-fy 1 -Y-Y -:,,,'-if :- Y YYY Y- - ,l , 7 I? - if nw, , I I li , , .ii--' ,I f':'l"' 'Wifi A! 'Qin f 'Silt fly" fl, 'QM X in jg, Q, V f""'j f tix?-,M xflify -H4 l L..-iii,-.' 1'.:17fi..71LEfjf'ig, F'LT'fs-V 1' y c'lf'fe3PEE'.,,: 1- -if TTbdfQA 'W-57g'T"W"'W' - " It M' IA" ,'W,"5fij,i'.,' TTQTgi' I if 'LL Ii ' I N. if f. ,ll iw , y Jn M.: LV. 'M After the llllnnihlg Exams , V I had a sweet ideal one day, l Qt ,M 'Twas partly gold but mostly clay, gi 'fr " Ideals are usually that way. I' i , , 'N It was a dream, 'twas Fancy's joke, ' 'l It was all right tin I awoke. 4 Dreams are a form of mental smoke. It was a vision, fair awhile, Its ruins force a mournful smile. Visions are full of frauduand guile. And what it was, 'tis sad to tell But since it's gone I may as Wellg The late exams have rung its knell. It was the hope some day to be An honor man and wear the key While wondering people gaped at me. But those exams-Well, as I said Hope, dream, or vision, it has lied. My faith in all those things is dead. Illhgmr I wrote a little rhyme one day Which loved too well the vain display, Each line grew somewhat more ambitious Which, for the rhyme, was inauspicious, Each verse took more prerneditation To ward off indiscrimination, It ran to incondensibility Also incomprehensibility. It leaves no moral here, except Don't get beyond your proper depth. Two lumdrcd si.1't3'-fire .A.--.... ,I I ,, , ...- .. .vi 1 1-"'f1-'lg-I-I21iTE'?9-"fir-" I"-4'5"--' +2- 'Ml-fi. - p. ,fjjtiruiiil-s.. 2 - A fx ',-GL5, "' -mf'12's , ": ,X- V lj! Y' "N l4,:ff"f 5. 'Z' 1 I 4 I "V, , Kvl':.,. . I ,,,.', , , ,IA f ' Miki' 4 'W . , , , ' Y .-v - H ' girly: I if l , WP A- ' r 1 V We . """""""TT 'A' ' A ' ' 'Wifi V .. , .. V if . . ' ' ' Lgiiiglug rgg Kft'W.ag',s:1f...3" 177 " 7 r ,-:L'l.' T .Z1.:e'fX:.Tj 'I -A K K -'Mfg .151 ' A '21, N L in , ,. 0 , Fl Alih nm Jin Ollnmng- fl w... ' . . 'gl , . . , D J 1"he editor wlshes to express his heartfelt thanks to the stai who worked .long and hard to satisfy the whimsicalities of a tyrant will. This Kaldron is H not the book we started out to make, nor the book we would compile were we I' 'P' doing it again, nor the book we confidently expect another year's to be. But ' LQ if, after its iirst burst of ephemeral popularity and its stealthy but sure progress pl ,N to attics-to-be, it is occasionally brought down and the charm of the quaint ,,f' old book ifor it will be quaint thenl rolls the clouds away for a time, helps Z-' subside -the Jar of nerves, or gives renewed consciousness of power from bask- E :Y ing again in the rosy light of that college-kingdom Where all were kings, this -' Kaldron has not been a failure - VA ' ti And to Ralph C. Limber, the co-editor, whose contributions are liberally - s scattered through the book, and without whom this book would have been xt 11npossible, goes the hope that his verse may become as much a part of the "Q nation's best thought as it has become of the college's. i E1 Poems by Ralph C. Limber: ru Scene-section poems with the photographs of- I ,' The Library Walk, 5. The Cgemetegy Ravine, '55 4 ie ame upreme, , I Cussewago, . End of Day on Conneaut Lake, Y Ode to Allegheny, N 4 . ..... M ,wi Our Yesterdays Tomorrow, page 41, 1 A Freshman Lament, 196, 'M 4 Three Years Foreign Language Required, 232, H A Lt' Strong Traditions, 242, , Lure of the Unknown, 251, J 'J Short Story to Order, 255, '1 4 Travel, 263. it th After the Monthly Exams, 265, 'I Rhyme, 265, r The king was clad in his robes of state L th While a poet sat at the palace gateg " .sf The monarch was great and rich, they say, While the poet was blind, and begged his way. , E1 Now the years have come and the years have gone iw 54' And the throne has crumbled the king sat on, it A And the king and his kingdom are called to mind, H Alone by the rhymes of the poet, blind. 1 F1 So it seems that only the lasting things 'Q l , Are the themes of which the poet sings, in And if you would live in the after-times if 'fl Then figure somehow in a poet's rhymes. I 1 1 -T. D. K. And for us all, this class of 1922, I can ask nothing more than that, as future "Q iw! classes thumb this book, it may be said of each of us as our pictures pass in Fl review, "There is a worthy alumnus of Allegheny." , ,iq gp Taro hundred .vixfy-.vi.v W - ff f . 3 ' ' 'mf P 'J " ' f ' 7-gl -VT -ff A-uf J-'--1-.rr-11' r '-W .rg .,, ,vq ,. .. af, r'1"-r-'.Z'i as--,nz-'r3'F"-..31j:.'-5:-.l .4 T... .:-.---:-s- 41- ef-- .- Q" it Ll! 'Yl,"A incl? gi- 'QT-.. ,- 'ff-LTV'-71" I Q-fS1"'Vfa - - f ' 15,4 J , . 1 T - - , rr' i x-,V k -, ,nn f T 'r ,qu 'F V. ',- , . Vg .b , X.o,..YA. , J 441 4 x ,LM . ., , , ,. , ., .f -I A mx V i 0.,,?, . .-...X 4 , . -3- 3- . , 'E h 'T fi"fE?i 1 Qfgii 4 SE, 1...--in kb, -. ' iii l fl lid 74 GREEN 8c BAKER l-lil DEALERS IN Qi PURE MANUFACTURED ICE . fi 945 MARKET ST. BOTH PHONES is m ' si V- l . 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VJ?-H, 1 ., '-flmil'--A -,., L GEORGE PRATT 5 PHQLQEBAPHER t Y 943 PARK AVENUE, MEADVILLE, PA. A WILL MAKE YCDU i E Chiropractic Adjustments E 7 4 i V WELL AND HAPPY A FRED WADE, DC., Ph.C. THE SAEGERTQWN INET SAEGERTOWN, PA. You surely all drink SAEGERTOWN GINGER ALE nis 9 if tri if W1 JH 'i' it E iii Exclusive Dining Room Excellent Service ki i , P 1. .L iT1""11..g11t..."i'1"' .A..i.Y3-74 -.. f1"L,.tz.',t-1',.5!t2'...1L:fL-'.11.."ft-i'-'2""-'-,1 ' ,,,, -,,,,7 li.J .'! L...'4..- . ' 'Q iff 1752. -X - , , -35-gif LN-k"14C,:.s . H' .lyk -.gg A ., ' I N 49-I' - "- ' Y' . X A A Ln?-, 1 .,. ' . ' f ,. - ' 'f' f ' Tn. . " ' .' lr' '., . -. , ,my -. , K 4, - , I' - I . I -, - , rn -- , u 4,3 I , 1, A - ,.u . -, . bg J. - . 1 E . .f :e.r'gr,f ,M ,QL .-I,-1. ' .4 ' 1 ,:.'f,,'1h y u -Ist' Z, - A .... .-... ,. -J ,.-.. l , 1? . e'Fif!'-'W - Lib' .1 1 I 47. 1.,sxv..:1'.ran1:Qu:..-:.51'.t-ue 5. 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A.: Q14 'mv ' I ' 'AE -.fxfyrl N A A V4 3 -L-xiii, ,- --."ff,gf" 1?-'Tgi' I EV Ski, 1, I 7 W i -V - Q -S '-s f -V , ,-,.. 7 .1 .. L W-- ,--,. Y,4, - NX...PE?1, K X, . 'gl '- A i nj Mg M I L L E R at D E R F U S PARK AVENUE GROCERS A V Corner Park Avenue and North Street -di A. Miller F. J. Derfus LY Bell Phone 207 ' City Phone 329 ff ' 5 SKILLEN sTUD1o 3 A t Photographs of Quality I' aa fi Q Lower Rates for Students Academy Theatre Building. Phone 546-J W V1 A Fi irq A fi fl ,Zi KEYSTONE VIEW Co. Ei A We MEADvll.l.E,PA. f BURCI-1 ELM f A Q' r HIGHESTQGRADE CONFECTIONERY 32 1... ter. if 5 are Jrmjsa ,.f'v:L.cs1:ga 1: a.1f.i' gg -if 5: -af zz in ark.: wQff' RQQ ..--f-A -rg , . ,fGUg-rn' :E .H ,- .1-sw I in . '..,E'5q pfxsw Av 514' if 1- 11? , , 1 1 f ' -A -,A1 'T' - 3 ' .14 f3fff2"f' ," X95 R' ' ,- '. , -, 1x W.-E ,ff-...TD v T1"j'1 1 1' ,1 ef . ve 1 Pm'-A -1 1. - 1 ,X . '.' Ac.. .. 1 I-1 L Q , W -fr A . . ,L ,P , i '14 ""j tl ' fu I '7' ' . 'A' P f- X ' ' ,- fr 1 11 , .1 , - 1 , .. 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Ii H fs fl ir Tn le ir Y! 4 es H WH H L1 FQ tml u fl LW Vit ji M E 1 fi in fs fi F4 A 31 H H ,, H 'I w U fi Q 51 it 'V 'w Virqff' F W ' SI 541 ."V , , .l'.'5:. H I I . ,' . V I ' e wiv-1s rf' 2 J- . , :ns -V - V Y lin. V .. , . x ,, , A 1 , be , ine Furniture for the Home Furniture for the most humble and the very iinest of homes Rags, Carpets, Linoleams, I Lace Curtains, Draperies and China The only store in Meadville that handles HITTALL RUGS MONS BEDS OOSIER KITCHEN CABINETS GLOBE WERNICKE BOOK CASES KARPEN FINE FURNI- TURE , ALMCO LAMPS GOODWINi Gt NUNN - Q.. ,-- J-3 fi: ?",,gjg231I 'gg -32 -EIfE..L1r."! FL s..i'.f:.L 'Q 31. 7.1131 -iilzf 'i.'f,::4Fi1' -EQ HUA Qffil '. :LA .j ' 'Q I ffigihjl'-if: firvi-A-3 v 1: . jf ij! 'gfjgl A xi!" . ffQ,W" 14LfQ'fJ"l , W fi' Q. A i'fi7,'14'gfV HRS" iw QTY' gf f i .,. T EF W Ce Q1 .V T T V1 S O '-1 ' T S 77 1 T T ! , TTTT1 V-T' I Be Proud of Your Luggage Tj ig A 5 1 . A. -.., .,Q, W Wherever You Go If t g T.. . EE T!! ip 1 T- .'-'A.. ,,,r i ......,-4-- . . 5, 5 I S The Style and Quality will 'I P M be right if it is purchased at , J ' 9 :P ul ruu uru WIIIDDICWS Leather Store g T k ' Y Y Water Street 1 lp. 1 I XJ f' H. T. CHARLES HT 1 Successor to H. E. FABEL T 'M JEWELER T ill 1 1? - Fine Repairing a Specialty if 1 N W DR.VV.VV.Sl-IAFFER T, 'ig In I EYE, EAR, NOSE AND THROAT A 155 Trust Company Building Meadville, Pa. yt M ' N, I I Q My HARRY HARR T sf 'I 'NH EXCLUSIVE TAILORING T CHESTNUT STREET Q T T : Tw i 2' I1 CAUDLE'S PLACE . id W1 W. Up-to-Date Shoes .Q 1 W xg 'T 1 . ,I 5 1V1iChe1'S Meat Market ff 1 HOME OF NUT MARGARINE--BEST SPREAD FOR BREAD T T 'IQ 945 Market Street Bell 155-R. Local 690 N' pg WILLIAM J. G-ING fl 71 gill successor to HARRY sUTToN, The Barber 1 W 5 NEXT DOOR TO A. sf P. STORE, 966 WATER STREET tl, Q fx Shoes Shined Ladies and Gents p T yi ,Tl vii - 4, H ' WL- N- -A-W-A-I Y 4YwV+- 7-1171 Y Mi V -MW 'wk' - C 'i""YT--5"M"Y1'- I if-Tis? ,-iS5 ,,e'u-, f,5?i3t.,3ifi-,'f?1r-,"Y1T' S' 'nv OEM i t W A-if 14 -- I..- 'T pi-' h"igT'-'l YYiY 'T - Aff' -f -ff! T Q, lil- 4?i':??4lii ...- U' V , Y ' f z 'f i ' 1' A ' Y.: .- 2-.1'e...L: 51:1 LOCK UP IN YOUR MEMORY THE PLACE TO BUY Guns, Ammunition, Pocket Knives, Razors, ALL KINDS Safety Razor Blades, Auto Supplies Good Hciciuare cmd Housefurnishings HZHSWXRE G WAFER? ST HQTEL ELMWQQD A Conneaut Lake Park's A Newest Hotel ' Special dinners and parties upon request for reservations H. H. DENISON, '13, Manager . "F i ,QT 'Z f ,f':". +. ':fT7'1 r" ,f-fr 5' ' X RNS 1 'T-R , , -I-53 "f.I'A -1' 'Nas Mlfg' .137 FII' :I gl G 3. . , I "J ,,,,.,, -1"!,-.l ,f.,,,i -, .I II- gif fe Y Xygxs -2, I 53 A A-,V I f,',:' f2 fu-"" ' .-"I 'Q-ff-"55' ' 31-ff I jf., " A .- ig I"7 WI U! -V .-ll 4' L ,I It it l .4 V A r,-.LI .K '. IJ, A -:Qi ,B I Y' .. g,7f- ',ff'.:QfI.' 4' 4 if , A wif' ji" " " 1' f I. ., -' - I' ..I 'I Ay ,:,,I'Ifi ilfjf' 3f,Q1'Q""k IEg?3f.:rf1"31r..1-1'::x."CjE1i4"s2PL1"'-.1f:I 4 Illm ff' I' G rfe3z!u.iij I 1 'fn' 'il' 41 wx' ff- ff- YY- Y if I G e .f. . --W -fg- Il Ifetgmayl '- gp,-65. f I lg 4II G" I V M 'X ' It I I Il' I I 1' I I I? HOTEL RIVERSIDE ,IGI I ' 1,11 I I'4 I IN CONNECTION WITI-I I, I . . . II, I Gray Mrneral Sprrng RIIQI I I I H G Gpen Year Round I I II I I I 62. I I I, I II I I I II if T: I IIN' I I III I M Golf Tennis I Boating I I I Thermal Baths I II I I I X r I I Y k'I,I 5 CAMBRIDGE SPRINGS, PA. I I II I, I ' , ,L I ix II, I I Q 'I I'aI...l.I I Y I - a afar aa Wea-f-T -ii-sLf..W 1 ,I,,,,, I,,, W- f ,I H ,, W A V G , I , W fr-1-,,iwv,,,,er. gw 1.z.'fv1-.112 ffzrerz it -z:a.1f1'l l af. f'-'fa 5: adv.. I1 . ,QQ '1T'x.f: , -:i':?bt'1 .- --.E ffnw f Q fluff, fxfft . V ,.-or , I, A f, A A fig N - "Fifi ,.fiT' it T ah fi. T'15f'U7fE.i,M' , Av, wff-,f5g' E- ,A fe1,ff'L'f pre 'ff'-45 A .E gf .'T5,JL V V 1, E lgif' Aff- ,JI imc :Q 5s.5'.,-"r..i'rl!.lR T S " 1 ' W T 7' "-- 7 - - - - ' ,-ljzex' Qf,I,', L r 5 :dj QY' X tty' ,ft ' Tl3 4:Y L' ' T ig,' f' . Win 1 T , y I . Ek i 9 ,vt vlsw WALTHER S sn-lop it if The Student's Opportunity y xy RAPID SHOE Im REPAIRING X 'P 5 W WORKMANSI-HP OF QUALITY i yf 903 Water Street 903 Water Street i i t f 4 if Endicott -johnson Qualify ' l i T Lf H Shoes Without i Our Spvoialty Extrabagance i : J VP' 5, 1 ' H T Aw if ,F ll it T 1 P : ,IL WHERE YOUR 5 3 3 3 1 ra, i 'Q Buy the most shoe value-Ask the one who wears them ,EQ W T T CLARK at YOUNG H til! L my Amr y Tr 14 909 WATER STREET k N' 1,1 w ' l . , - QI T. E- r H Q? WHA Cut Flowers for A11 Occasions a Specialty 'nl - II T. i CI-IECIiA12Y'S CAN DX7 LAND T ' ' "HOME 'OF SWEETSN f 1 rt my is it 1 g Fresh Confectionery, Pure Fruit Soda and Ice Cream Q 1 1? 1 - ,L .ta R ? yy 251 Chestnut Street I Bell Phone 446-R 4 'Q I .H X IMHIL. T---H --- li- -- -- -'li 11,13 1-' 7' iiil' ' 'gfjfx ' TF 'i 3-Lri 34 :.laL,?.Y.1." lg!! 74 al' 74.3.1 its y 'ff' ' ff' T' 5 - E YY' ' 'ii' f'- V -'---'WZT' 'W Y A' ' 4017, kit'-' T-- -- Y -4- ' ' 'T T Q ' f , fx! 'wp if T14-4'-IT' I7 ',, .' . X1 ll QW' 32511 fl :i'777.-- TGLQQQN Z in i:,tf'f--:tru ,, Ci 'T ,L A. - 'I View "iff 3:77 rgggagmegfgggg-eig,y ,eg , lv ge 'fn'-f'QJ?5fT2:f. T P- -it -362 Q 4 iff '- -E 5 .' W QQ? "'i"fJ1i" V N r. AI V- v-.N-,,.'jv-. +.14 ""' , T res- - 4 - :.-' - sm-Q1 gffigf' E,.'-1-,.,f' - -12Q in all gh if Hi is 1 in R WHITMAN'S i f i ' V' g "The Superior Chocolates" if yn in n . 5, E TE n in in lg E' M 1252... X4 Assortments for Every Occasion j' A Prices to Suit Everyone is ,Oil '9' Exclusive Agents Ii Vi ll Ti' l ' If IN, nf ' 9 ,311 5 ' ' Q4 E ison Drug Co. M :ng "" " ' 'k 248 Chestnut Street E H11 i 1 2 in ig' il The Larges! and Mos! Up-to-Dare Billzkzrd Parlor in flee C1211 A W MONARCH BILLIARD PARLQR W r i l Q Eiler Bros. 944 WATER STREET Thirteen Tables 1 'lf 'W - ' ' I: z l , if LOW S LUNCH C.AR A Q' ' WHERE STUDENTS MEET l nl' li n A i Win THE LAFAYETTE l E Wg' MEADVILLE, PA. :V European Plan E. F. Hughes, Proprietor Rates S150 UP i lift LoNDoN ART TA1LoR I ite Park Avenue. H1 Ladies' Work Our Specialty l l I l i y i I Y i A i u L oads of L f A dive young men I I F mm B arbor is T r A Ilegheny College patronize us. Are A S mm' we ' , in Y on one of mm, R egular H ereby show , 'V N D B arber 0 ur appreciation and snlicil your l 3' Each E hook ' Patron e r T im YW y nows we give ag ' I PM T hink you need a hair cnt see ns. ' l Every 'V 1 i X1 MIL-' TTT' " E ,E ,llwf , 'i ' ,,, E lf" ' K Env Mg ,, A 5.1 I' N Ii L" " Ml a In 54 it fx but 1.9, I . ln, an I I ,SA 5 A I L1 .. H fu v W J f I .4 U4 fi Q1 fs :N '-F 31 531 'H C: I ,W ii fl P",-" q.. . - , 7 1-- - -, ' M 1 - 1 -V L1 - -'K 1-.,.,,-Q.--- - 1 , 2 .t, Dbl-il-US I:5l-QOTI-I ERS FRESH, SALT, DRIED AND SMOKED M E A T S Oleomargarine and Oysters GOODS DELIVERED TO ANY PART OF THE CITY 346 North Street-Both Phones Modem Shoe Repairing FOR SERVICE AND FINE WORK AT REASONABLE PRICES GO 'I' O R E U I E R ' S 935 Market Street 2nd Door South of Chestnut Street Independent Dry Goods Co, Corner Patk Ave. and Chestnut St. X11 5?-7 Q1 J -Q 33" "-r'.1', QQETQE4 312' 4lT1?.E.:'i3 v11.'l1-12' 1-771' -'if 25 C ...L .-- -.F--LA-J-13L- Y I 1" 7-fgilly-iF'1r3G2Pi"-L IE .- .glff 4. , ., " ill' 1 . I "-vig'-I , ' '. I , I , 4, x Qi V V., A . , - m ' i 3 ' ala- '- If '. --L I' I I I '1 Z--+P -- Q f 5'- M I, ' ' A.'f'I-51' - "' ,1"i,.' V .. I' ' ' ' ' j-,,1 i ,dggigill TF F , If l'f:'5LF . I -. A - , A i E .V if -.,.N,N4l.- - fr ,wx rr. v,.HLV 7,4 ...Eli L.-. if ..i f,i f lf- Stu:-DE.3:1'1'CI?'.'i-E'fk , 1, .ji--l. , 25.9 -iii'-i'J'3i T, - -A , , ,,-f . , , V I-1, NP . ,W 1-1 , M V IQ DAIRY PRODUCTS AND ICE CREAM SI I WI-IITEI-IlLL'S I I QI I Special Prices for Clubs and Fraternities 1 023 I fi Q Cor. Park Ave. and Baldwin St. l . , . Pvt? City Phone 319-W. Bell Phone 533-I. NI ' . , 31 E. I-I. SI-IARTLE EI H STUDENTS'SUPPUES f IQ L, WATERMAN AND CONKLIN FOUNTAIN PENS AND PENCILS I ' ml WE REPAIR THESE PENS AND 4 I I THE EVERSHARP PENCILS Il, I1 -,I E WELL APPOINTED REST ROOM POR LADIES E E. 1-1. sr-IARTLE II' -I II OPPOSITE THE ACADEMY BELL PHONE 261 Ill' II? I I Il SANITARY BARBER SI-IOP I9 I C. F. GEBHARDT, Prop. LN- ' -0- D SX Workmanship and Sefrviqe of the Better Class I i aff First Shop Below Postoffice Meadvilm, Pa. II I xiii II I I' fEl Tl -ffPPPPfP--EEE I .,, 4:-u..P'-"v'.."f1",.4'l ,1.1..'rf.?.r31::L'f-""w.. ff. 3. e.'.1,."" J""'f2f'..L-..,,....f,'-f...l'-"""'4L.. lg iwij .riff -T E+ ,-- if ' 7 'ET'TT - i' T P asf TOM KRVVILLIAIVIS O Um ,A , V 'V :fn is.-f,?:j,E',, Af' nxr ref' ' 'X Q , ,RT M5151 VL: . iv .IIWQI N4 If If-if aww" . ,II QI I HW- I I I '5 N I , M, 4 I THE L. L. LORD CO. H Qxj, Wi 0 M111 Plumbing, Gas, Steam and Hot Water Heating I I gl SLATING, COPPER, TIN, EURNACE AND 'I . SHEET IRON WORK ia 51 I. ,X 'X WV I I I HI ii Race Street 21:1-Ozlrie Railroad W FM A CHAS. 1. MICHEL JOHN CALL M If fy I HOUSEWIFE I . - I E' B A K RY 1 I 5 i 274 CHESTNUT STREET QUALITY 5, I A fg If A A W I -MENS WEAR-THAT'S ALL Q' fi I :, II, Aeeewv I1 , '-M ' n I 'Ig '.r' ", ' , A f, ff -1--- , I-,r Li.'gn.s."i41".1."f T.: ?,z21 gg 'f1Tg'.' 1.1 5-Z'.g:'."r,1'..!.-'.1',s..'f.fu:' ig Q :Q ,I W IW I-ef,-Rixs , ,I ' 1-I ---' x ffqkigifil' S+? at S - J: - , iff 1 L ,N ' fffyfif ,lm-.5 x-512 'f-4' I 1 " V +L- H , v ' N'.!17-'f-"si" 1, M F'-me . .qi-if Af 1f7"HTV af'-35, fx , , . t X- 1 'TT-im7",',. 5-X 'f+15,4y, we A-Q-few if sv pig, A ,L ff ., , N Q.. wa wg at if lie-h"'4E Qfiiis niifi iff fT"g-102455-lm itwlifsaxfl. MEPQW, 5 -a N, W Y- wwf'-Mini-V - .r , . A , uf: . - Aliv,--'V Li ss., 4 -,,, ,, ig,-H:,,, - -ngg, wi Lge, J 'Y 'QA f- 1 ' 15,4 lh,Sl5.35.,,',:5" ' ?.i'-- 1-xzfi'-1. 7'-JA 'V iw 'Fi Tfzlgfilf- 317- .,, N-X. y'l.ki?f..,A'-, '25 '- V v -.Ti 1 g54.aig"':' 4 S . 1 V II 6 v HI "i JQHN SHADLEY et SON 4 v r 1 4 I S5 Sanitary Barber Shop i m It T ? i ip' K2 E5 fH+ ,ii 936 Market Street Meadville, Pa. i Hardware Paints and I Stoves Oils il aj is HARTMAN sl JUDD tl 2 Plumbing Heating, Slating lar' 'E 'YL Tinning ig TP 247 Chestnut Street Both Phones 63 1 5 r I . ' r M FOR AMUSEMENT I 'Ulu r TRY ' ' Q a im r"' v 'SJ BERLY'S BILLIARD PARLOR ' Q r at 1 my 1 949 Market Street V I 'ig xv ' FI g,l5:n-.i, H if asa-we S S S lg-f : S ?a:1r, fs-r ! 1 f-- f fg-TL ,ii ei N' isff'-T "',1' if-'?jjh5lv!'1'!F Y.:-3lil'1.' 441.1 Zi-.". 314:15 13 z.T"i?'u t.'.'ELn.." 3J.lIV s."j"...rL-4:: 't 1" - A x A Lf' Me.. ' A if . A 5 W W" "SM , 'z . - ' . ,, iii. E-. A S., .S 'Jef '-wk 'A in IT " Vi n 7 21 I I. p -S fL:f:-'sk ir:-1.1.4 V 3' ,,., A A ff? Q A. L. BALLINGER CO., The Rexall Store DRUGS AND TOILET ARTICLES HQ Y fi Kodaks and Supplies, Liggett's and Huy1er's Candies ' VVa.te1' and Chestnut Streets gt' rg S? E Intenor T ' I T ' 5. 1 T Decorauons ig 1 .Q M Furmture 5 1 14 ' ' 4 , , .1 E.. 5.13-1' f 5 ' f Q Drapery TX ' if NEW SPRING STYLES NQW CPEN 1 Y ill i fi f1 L53 john Shryock Co. as g ,-. 'I sa , 5 fi Nl E N D E L S is STYLE HEADQUARTERS , I5 SOCIETY BRAND Q gi SUITS, TOR COATS, OVERCOATS I gg STETSON HATS AND H T H MANHATTAN SHIRTS KT . Pi + PM TAT MENDEI-'S A .FT ' i Xvi A VA U F Ll T A H'-"gf T S- ..--A. TT 'F-Y-Sf' 54.1-34,5 gl -1,'.:..'!:... .4k.1......-4-',-!Zf"..ir...f..3 , Tia. 3.1 fi ffwfjw iv - L1 1: T' E-A Aw.-E-Is-- -. '. 54 'L I , g TFff?55 , ,g:,::t4-T.:n'::FnCrs-1zTxf..I-'JLQgf1g, AQDQ . 1 pi.-4j,a:i3f,.fe,+.+e--w-5--.5 in I I LA PIII J. S. HCTCHKISS SL BRO. CC. gi WHCLESALE GRQCERS MEADVILLE, PA. li SHQE RFETJAIRINQ lf! 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YEAQER gl I Chestnut Street 74 W LAFAYETTE TAXI SERVICE H- Both Phones 44 I WE TRANSFER BAG-GAGE T' T Headquarters-Lafayette Hotel H T Invitation Extended to Students H1 THE I-I .st I-:CLUB R I Dancing School and Dance a T d E ing L A H Management M L H h K Bl ck I q I eo, - og'-le . eo aug HI Ei FEDERAL TAXI co. if AT YOUR SERVICE AT ALL TIMES L It V BOTH PHONES 10 - T-T-iriii-Mfr Y , ,,, Yjfwjg, b 1,5112-,," 1 "5 Nw., 1 A 1,11jL1I r'lf1Q4f.:311,-11535511 I ,Avi 12 H 141 1 ,1 X, fx .ng 1. ai fy , . 1 '11,-.2 frgf. .: +.ll1 ?il-Qi 1 . 1 ffl 11 1,4-' . v f,yfI1,,jg:v1. 1 xi-W ---Y,.,-A .: 11mr'f1,.5:4 f -1 LQ,-K 1 ,,' ' 11 E f " 'R LR Emi 1111 Ek 1 1111 HUMPHREY CLEANING co. 1 11 1 141 MEADVILLE'S ONLY -'MASTER CLEANER" 1 11,11 Bell 271-W 916 Water S11-eef 1 1 144 111 1141. . 1 1 11 1 1 1 J AQADEIWY I 1 1 1 ...ANlD9... 1 FEATURE RHETEDRAMA 1P'0p1,1lla1r' Prices 1 1 11 1211 B VAUDEVHLLE 1 J H I-'I P1 E1 V1 IE1 SMITH 63 WIRT PHARMACISTS 1 FORMERLY RED CROSS PHARMACY 1 , 11 111 5' xviii 3 1 1 1 11 1 11 11 11 111 11. 1 1 1 1 1 .A 1 1' E 1" RE' I-1,2753 .'.l1.'...J-7,:i.'..Lf"l 1..'3..Lad 341' 3.41.1 112.2 54.2.-.' 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