Allegheny College - Kaldron Yearbook (Meadville, PA)
- Class of 1923
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Message From The President
The pages of the Kaldron will indicate that the educational traditions of
the college have been well sustained within the current year. There are some
important facts bearing upo11 the work and life of the college community which
we may be permitted to add in re-enforcement of this claim.
Thirty-seven colleges and universities are represented in the faculty of the
college. This is a strong protection against provincialism in its educational
The student community represents a cross section of thoroughly representa-
tive American society.
The enrollment has been restricted for several years and the entering classes
are carefully selected with reference to intellectual capacity and character.
Out of a total enrollment of five hundred the graduating classes. number
around one hundred. This indicates a much smaller than average mortality
as reported by American colleges.
Twenty to twenty-tive per cent of the graduates enter professional and
graduate schools. At one university where one hundred forty colleges are rep-
resented, Allegheny men have won the highest honors four times since 1909.
In another university, out of ten men who recently won highest honors, seven
were Allegheny men.
It is the purpose of the trustees to increase still further the vitality of the
college. A committee has been appointed to formulate a ten-year plan of
development which will include provision for additional professors, additional
permanent endowment, a recitation and administration hall, a freshman
dormitory for men, and an auditorium.
Everyone who has been a student at the old college has a personal interest in
the future position of their Alma Mater among the foremost of the older Amer-
ican colleges. The steady development of this class of colleges is largely due
to the steady accumulations of gifts left in wills. "Legacies are the life of the
private collegef' Reliance cannot be made upon sporadic iinancial efforts. The
Work must continue systematically and regularly year by year. Here is one
great, rich, and almost untouched field for Allegheny. Every alumnus should
make it l1is business to see that the college is written into the wills of his
friends of means.
A decade of this kind of loyal cooperation will result in the greatest era
of prosperity within the life of the college. f'Stand back of Alleghenyv is tl1e
slogan of every son and daughter of the college.
"Hail, Allegheny, fair thy name shall be
As light sent forth at morn o'er land and sea.
Our truest and our best we pledge to thee,
0, Alma Mater, Beatissimaf'
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NVILLIAM A. ELLIOTT, A.M., L.H.D.
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Professor of Greek Language and Literature. 1
Truly a veteran in the service of Allegheny, lloc Bill has given many years of his life to the de-
yelopment and betterment of his Alma Mater. Ile has been able to survey the growth of a struggling
institution of old to the new Allegheny of to-day. More than this, he may well feel that he has done much
to effect the change, for his services have been invaluable. VVith his spirit of optimism and enthusiasm
enriched by his long experience, Professor Elliott continues to boost and build the college and its life.
CLARENCE FRISBEE ROSS, A.M., Litt.D.
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Professor of Latin Language and Literature.
Dean of Men and Registrar.
Dr, Ross accomplishes his thousand-fold duties in such an efficient way that we sometimes lose sight of
the personality which is back of his executive ability. Those -who are fortunate in coming into closer
association with this busy Dean and Registrar can readily appreciate his sympathetic, kindly manner and
his sincere interest in the students' welfare. To successfully manage and administer to over tive hundred
students requires unlimited energy and patience, and Dr. Ross has proved that he possesses these essential
qualities in a very large measure.
CHARLES LING, Ph.D.
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Professor of Physics and Astronomy.
Dr. Ling Ends a great deal of enjoyment in having a friendly chat on the merits of the city of cities
-Aflenver. But he has little time to indulge in such a pleasure, for VVilcox Hall and the Newton Observa-
tory constantly summon him to work. Dad is a learned physicist, astronomer, and weather prophetg in
the last named capacity he finds especial favor among those interested in spring and fall parties.
OSCAR P. AKERS, Ph.D.
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Professor of Mathematics and Surveying.
Despite his having been awarded the golf championship last season. Dr. Akers is the very antithesis of
the "big stick" policy in classroom administration. VVhile reading the minutes at a faculty meeting or buying
butter at the weekly market, Pop displays an ever present dignity which characterizes him as a big
man in more ways than one.
RICHARD EDXVIN LEE, Sc.D.
Professor of Chemistry.
While Dr. Lee's interests are varied, ranging from education and public health to wireless and batting
averages, he occasionally finds time to discuss the relative merits of motor cars. As a teacher of chemistry,
his expositions are shorn of terrifying technicalities. lYhile he possesses an exact and intimate knowl-
edge of the science, he imparts it to his students in a clear and entertaining manner. As one of Alle-
gheny's most enthusiastic athletic fans, he has been invaluable in the development of our athletic program.
ALICE HUNTINGTON SPALDING.
Dean of VVomeng Instructor in Public Speaking
To speak adequately of Miss Spalding, who holds the position of Dean of Women of Allegheny Col-
lege would require more space and more gifted paragiaphers than the Kaldron affords. Her dramatic
ability and her excellencies in public speaking demand special notice. For the rest, it suffices to say that
she has held her present position since 1911 and is likely to hold it indefinitely. A Hulings Hall without
Miss Spalding is beyond the Alleghenian's power of imagination.
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CHESTER A. DARLING, Ph.D.
Professor of Biology and Geology.
Although he is now roaming along the Pacific coast, Dr, Darling is not forgotten by his Allegheny
friends back east. He worked so faithfully for the past seven years that the college has granted him a
vacation. Too energetic to lead a care-free life even temporarily, Dir. Darling' is doing research work in
the University of California. We shall be glad to welcome this faculty member and friend back to his
station in Alden Hall next fall.
CHARLES E. HAlVllVlETT.
Professor of Physical Education.
Professor Hammett, or as we know him, Smiling Charlie, seeks to make a higher scholastic
standing possible by keeping the students physically fit. However distasteful P, T. may be to some, Coach
haslincreased its attractiveness by his resourcefulness and originality in conducting classes. Possessing the
ability to analyze opposing plays and create for them a defense, he has been an invaluable aid to Coach
McCracken in forming the best football team ever wearing the Blue and Gold.
FREDERICK G. HENKE, Ph.D.
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Professor of Philosophy and Education.
From time to time memorable addresses have been delivered from the rostrum of Ford Chapel, but
few will leave a more indelible impression on the minds of the students than did onoe given by this faculty
member on the "WoofleduFf." Dr. Henke has done much in endorsing and supporting the finer things of
campus life and has been closely associated with the Y, M. C. A. As head of the philosophy and educa-
tigmhdepartment, he exerts no little influence in molding the lives of the religious and educational leaders
0 t e uture.
JOHN RICHIE SCHULTZ, Ph.D.
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Professor of English Literature.
Evidently there is a fallacy in "a quizz a day keeps the students away," inasmuch as quizzes have no
effect on the attendance in the English Lit Glasses of Dr. Schultz. His spontaneous wit and pleasant
satire have made him one of our most popular professors and have made his classes fifty minutes of
agreeable instruction. Doc Schultz has taken an active part in dramatics, and his ability in directing the
plays of Duzer Du has largely accounted for the present strength and success of this club.
HENRY WARD CHURCH, Ph.D.
Professor of Romance Languages and Literature.
Despite the fact that the Romance Language department is one of the largest departments in college,
Dr. Church still has time to bring Metropolitan stars here to sing for us, and to take trips to Europe. As
head of that relentless social committee, he tells us how many parties we can't have and when we can't
have them, but even with all these cares, Dr. Church continues to smile.
CHRISTOPHER B. CULEBIAN, Ph.D.
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Professor of History and Political Science.
Dr. Coleman is an exponent of the old proverb "Still waters run deep" fsome of his questions are so
deep that the students are usually stillb. His classes constantly hum with discussions on the Constitution,
women's suffrage, political parties, and prohibition. Through aiding in the organization of the History
and Political Science Club, Dr, Coleman has stimulated much interest in the related courses.
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LEE D. MCCLEAN, A.M.
Professor of Economics and Business Administration.
In Professor McClean Allegheny has a practical and efficient business man as well as a competent
teacher. During the three years he has been at Allegheny, he has effectively organized several student
enterprises, establishing them upon a sound financial basis. VVith his activity in Modern Problems Club
and his interest in Allegheny's publications, Professor McClcan fills a large place in our Newer Allegheny.
IRVVIN ROSS BEILER, Ph.D.
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Professor of English Bible and Philosophy of Religion.
Bringing to his students a message of practical and common sense religion, Dr, Beiler. is- indeed. a
true minister of Christianity. He has taken an active part in the religious organizations of the city as
well as in those of the campus, and his influence has been of large extent. His cordial word of greeting
and sincere expression of good will have earned him many friends.
STANLEY S. SVVARTLEY, Ph.D.
Professor of English Language.
To encourage and coach promising orators in the various public speaking contests is only one
of Dr. Swartley's many tasks. As head of the English Language department, he is developing
future Irvin Cobbs and Farmy Hursts from those who are now learning all about the period fault and
the uses of the semi-colon. Dr, Swartley is one of the First friends the freshmen make, and even his
woefull assignments of freshman themes do not strain the friendly relations which are formed in his class-
room and which last long after the course is completed.
EDITH ROVVLEY, A.M.
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Erect and dignified, Miss Rowley has presided over the Allegheny College Library since I907. VVith-
in this sacred precinct she reigns supreme. No book or magazine but heeds her voice. No daily paper
but knows its place. No Alleghenian but knows his, also.
CLAIR F. LITTELL, Ph.D.
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Assistant Professor of History and Political Science.
If you want to study and think about problems in the realm of History and Political Science, then
sign up for a course under Dr. Littrell. You will get plenty of food for good honest thought. Students
who heard his popular chapel talk last year have no doubts about his ability to appreciate the student view-
point, and those who have passed through History I with its many outlines and readings can fully realize
his spirit of cooperation in helping students help themselves.
JOSEPH L. RUSSO, Ph.D.
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Assistant Professor of Romance Languages.
During the past year Professor Russo has shown us that his talent is not confined alone to teaching
French and Italian, but to coaching dramatics as well. t'Les Femmes Fortesf' with its comic characters,
colorful costumes, and foreign gestures was typically Russo. Were it not for his sense of humor we
should hesitate to refer to his highly colored cravats.
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Assistant Professor of Romance Languages.
Immaculately dressed, extremely courteous, and tres clehonair, Professor Doty is our ideal of what a
really clever man ought to be. If we had not saved the adjectives sweet and girlish for another member
of the faculty, we might he tempted to use them here. Those of us who know him realize that if we want
to learn French and at the same time be entertained by clever remarks, we can not do better than to en-
roll in one of his courses.
RAY H. SKELTON, CE.
Assistant Professor of Mathematics and Surveying.
Professor Skelton came to Allegheny two years ago not unlil!e'a piorfeer. Com'ing'from a world-
famous engineering school to a college which gave little emphasis to such a training, he has steadily de-
veloped the department until now it enjoys no second-rate prestige among similar institutions. In fact,
Allegheny can now recommend to prospective students an engineering course, modern and efficient.
HAROLD S. E. GOODFELLOVY, A.M.
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Assistant Professor of English Language.
Sometimes mistaken for a student by a well-meaning freshman, Professor Goodfellow soon dispels
his illusion by making a scholarly dissertation on the tendencies of modern essayists or on some similar
subject. It takes but a few minutes for the student to discover that such an expression of knowledge
could be expected from a faculty member only.
ROBERT VV. THOMAS, A.M.'
Assistant Professor of English Language.
"Not an idle moment" seems to he the motto of Professor Thomas in conducting his classes, and few
students find an opportunity to take a morning nap while Bim is around. His thorough, efficient methods
bring the procrastinator to an early realization of his fate, and yet he is always willing to give the student
more consideration than hc probably deserves. His complaisant, energetic nature has won him many friends.
KELLOGG F. BASCOM, M.S., Ph.D.
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Acting Professor of Biology.
As head of the Biology department Professor Bascom is ably filling the position temporarily left vacant
by Dr. Darling. He has been with us for only one year, hut we already esteem and respect him for his
personality and ability. The Seniors had anticipated the manner in which he would he received by the
students, for they remembered him from their freshman year. :Xt that time he made many friends ns in-
structor in Biology and proctor of Cochran Hall.
HAROLD VV. GILMER, A.M.
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Assistant Professor of ,Latin and German.
Contrary to popular belief, it sometimes doesn't pay to advertise. The University of Pittsburgh in-
discreetly made known the manifest merits of Professor Gilmer, and now he is no longer at Pitt but at
Allegheny. But, again, perhaps it does pay to advertise, for in Pitt's loss we have made a substantial gain.
Be it as it may, Professor Gilmer has displayed even more than the heralded merits. More than this, he
has already become imbued with the typical Alleghenian spirit.
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Instructor in Chemistry.
Mr. Hill is another Allegheny product. Carnegie Hall proved so attractive that he remained as in-
structor and is now assistant director. Whether it is directing laboratory routine or instructing a class, he
does things well and efhciently. All who know him and are privileged to call him Pete, pronounce him a
ANTOINETTE CHEVRET, M.L.
Instructor in French.
One laudable ambition-or perhaps one should say ideal, which all Allegheny students have in com-
mon is a vain desire to speak French, not with the tongues of angels, but with the tongue of Miss Chevret.
One envies her, too, her frequent trips abroad. And one must admit that in spite of both I'rance and
America Miss Chevret has not yet become une femme forte.
BEN R. BEISEL, B.S.
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Instructor in Mathematics.
Professor Beisel, or Ben, as he is more commonly known among those of a mathematical turn of
mind, smilingly greets his would-be Euclids with profound dissertations of the practical value of orthogonal
trajectories. His good-natured, humorous ways attract even those who have an inherent dislike for x or y.
Although he arrived 'a long time after the cornerstone of Ruter Hall was laid and though he claims he is
just beginning to acquire some knowledge of mathematics, his students have the greatest respect for him
and for his modest assertions.
GILES M. BOLLINGER, M.S.
Instructor in Chemistry.
The manner in which Giles adjusts himself to faculty and students marks him as Kipling's ideal: one
who can "walk with kings nor lose the common touch. ' Only those who are in his courses down in
Carnegie Hall can appreciate his ability as an instructor, but most Alleghenians know him as a modest, good-
natured person. As custodian of the College book store, Giles takes our last doll-ar in exchange for some
unwelcome text-book. But we can't hold this against him.
CLIFFORD VV. SKINNER, B.S.
Instructor in Biology.
Doc was graduated two years ago with the intention of entering medical school that fall, but the
attraction of Alden Hall was too much for him to resist. As a result he has been serving since as an in-
structor in the department of Biology. In this capacity he has proved his ability to impart successfully to
others what he had so well learned as a student. His wholesome nature and sense of humor have remained
undiminished from his student days.
HERBERT MCCRACKEN, BS.
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Coach of Football.
Herb would say that he is entirely out of place on the faculty list. However, he has proved him-
self a most commendable and successful professor in the department of football, and has taught the game
so well to his squad that the remarkable achievements of the year were made possible. Further mention
concerning this most popular coach will be found in the section in which he feels so much at home.
FANNIE S. MITCHELL, A.B.
Instructor in Physical Training for Women.
Allegheny for some years has held gym .teachers to belexotic and eccentric individuals and has
treated them as such. Miss Mitchell's arrival dispelled this notion, for. we found her natural, normal and
charming. 'l'reatment.of gym teachers. has changed accordingly and Miss Mitchell is welcome eveiiywherqe.
Indeed, her presence is earnestly solicited. We hope to keep her here as long as possible, but wien s e
does go, we hope our future gym teachers come from her alma mater, VVellesley.
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Instructor in French.
' When we hear of the meek inheriting the earth, we always think of Miss Kayhoe as heir to the most
of it. And when we note-the Phi Beta Kappa after hei name we are always tempted to add S. S. and G.,
for sweet, simpile and girlish seem adjectives coined to express her.
DALE E. THOMAS, B.S.
A X P, fb B qw .
Instructor in Biology.
This is Professor Thomas' tirst 'year at Allegheny as a faculty member, but he should feel quite at
home, for the senior section in the lxaldron of some few years ago is graced by his good-natured counte-
nance. We are always happy to have profs who are .Xlleghenian from start to finish, and we welcome Pro-
fessor Thomas back with us this year. VVhile he is now of the upper few, we feel that his sympathies of
Allegheny student-life will ever be in evidence. I
LORNA VARENE COLLINS.
A 2 1' 2
Instructor in Education.
A college course at Columbia transformed Varene, so lately of our midst, into Miss Collins, a formid-
able member of the Allegheny College faculty. Bim may have his thousands, Schultz his ten thousands.
but Varene has her hundred thousands, for her courses are compulsory. As a teacher, she works hard and
works her pupils harder. But Practice Teaching commends this and so Varene's commended.
MARIE MCCORMACK, AB.
Assistant to the Librarian.
Miss McCormack ably assists at the Library this year. Books, birds and goodfellows seem to be
favorites with her.
JEROME C. HIXSON, A.B.
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Graduate Assistant in English.
VVhile a thorough student of things literary and ar'istic, Jerry is also an authority on motor cars,
He was graduated last year, but lest the Lit should perish, he stayed with it another year. He.has en-
riched its pages with many literary dissertations equally as good as his famous "Walking in the Rain."
HAROLD D. LEBERMAN, PLS.
A T A, A X 2
Graduate Assistant in Chemistry.
There is a rumor aiioat that lloey occasionally puts on the gloves for a round with Dr. Lee. The
bouts are probably friendly ones, for Leberman yet continues to drive the Hudson. In this capacity he
may be seen combining business with pleasure by giving folks a lift from the foot of the Hill to the top of
Park avenue. In the laboratory he steers the freshiren through the intricacies of Chem, I with genuine
HARLEY MORRIS, B.S.
2 A E, A X 2
Graduate Assistant in Chemistry.
Graduating in ,ZI after a year's absence, Harley returned this year for graduate-work. His intense
interest in chemistry combined with his suburban residence somew-hat -restricted his circle-of college
acquaintances. All the advanced students of chemistry, however, can testify that Harley combines an ex-
tensive and practical knowledge of chemistry with an extremely likeable personality.
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We took our history, all complete. to H. tl. NVells one dayg inquired about
his prices and what he had to say about the job of putting it in H. fir. VVellish
style. He gazed upon its size and girth, then answered with a slnile: "The
outline of the world l wrote took years tllltl years and years. but yours is so
stupendous l have yet to see its peers. lTwould take a life to do it right. The
jobts too big for me. I'm sorry as the dickens but.I must refuse your plea."
NVe tell you this to let you know the job we have to do-to state our history
clearly and graphictly for you. W'e ask your hearing and your grace. VVe feel
unequal quite, of doing what H. G. can't do. It's sure to be a fright.
VVell, 1919 found our class fwe're smaller now than thenj assembled in old
Bent1ey's halls, all likely girls and men. Our conduct was a model for all
freshmen folks to heed. VVe showed the right amount of spunki. for "Class
Pepv was our creed.
That year passed by on fleeting wings, as poets would make note. fThey'd
further add, without a doubt, we donned our Soph' more coat.j As Soph'-
mores we did all the things the Sophhnore Class must dog as Cutting otf all
Freshmen hair and keeping Frosh to rule. VVe dressed as Hula-hulas at the
banquet hall one night and won the prize and gave the Frosh a most ferocious
fright. And our buzz-sawis a mem'ry that will live for evermore with the
speeches that the Soph'mores made from that memorial floor. Our Sophimore
year we showed the school our metal and our pep and left behind us for that
year an enviable rep. Too soon our Soph'more year slipped by. XVe took the
-Tunior's place and credi'bly performed our part in that collegiate race till
Seniors soon to go. NVe're leaving Alleghe. And its a-bitter thing to go
when we would rather stay. Much happened during our regime that never was
before. A bat appeared thow, no one knowsj on Someone Someone's door.
This has no bearing probably-it couldn't have, of course-but in our Senior
year arrived, a Practice Teaching course.
lYe leave behind this 1nem'ry and a loved and honored name, and take with
us a future that will bring us all to fame. hike other classes we insist weire
different and the best. But when it comes to say goodbye we feel like all the
rest. lVe feel like those whotve gone before land you'll go too. you knowl-
this school is such a good old place we hate like li- to go!
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FRI-IDONIA. N. Y. ,
FIHCUONIA HIGH SK'HOOI..
Modern Problems tiluh. 3, 4: .Xssistant Nlanagcr of
Track, 3g .Xlternate Varsity Dehate, 32 Class Soccer
lluss hails from Fredonia, made famous by grape
juice and Grace S. Rielnnond. judging from his in-
terests in hanking and tinance, we suggest that john
Pierpont Morgan should he included in his impressive
title. llc is shrewd enough to steer any corporation
around the ditliculties of the cruel world and through
the golden portals of success. Thought he does not
make himself conspicuous. his influence and judgment
are always a henetit to his associates.
llavxioxp Haiaorn 'l2o.xK, HS.
CP A HY fb B fl?
NNW' f'AS'l'I.Pl. PA.
Nlilv l',KS'l'Ll'I HIGH HVIIOOL.
Tingley lliological Club, 4.
Vonting to .Xlleqheny with the intention of staying
only tno years. lloc has hecome so attached to the
follege and its surroundings, that even now he is a
little dubious about leaving. lle is noted as one of
the first five of the senior class that is the First live
in chapel seating., lint this seems to act as a re'
straint rather than an incentive to his chapel at- 1
tendanee. flood natured and quiet, llof: ought to 3
make a fine doctor if the attraction at New iiastle I
does not become too strong before he finishes medical l
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l'ii,xRl.l4:s At'm:EY BoI.i,1N.i-ac, Ali.
Ml'I,XDVII,l.E. lu. 'l
MlC.XIlYll.l.l'I HIGII SCIIOOI.. tl'
Band. i, 2, 33 Glec Cluh, 3, 4g lialdron Staff, 2. tl
3. 4. Cliditor in Chief, 41: Class llehating, .zg Varsity
llehatittf, 31 lfxtemiroraneous Speaking liontest, 3, 4.
CSccond Placelz Ladder Orator, 3: ,lunior Prom Yom.: I
Oratorieal .Xss'n, f'I'reas., 33: Publication lloard.
4: Modern Prohleins Clnh. 3, 4, f'l'reas., 4,1 Quill
Cluh, 4: llistory and Political Science Klub, 2, 31 1
Student Senate, 41 First llonors, i, zg follege Audit- 'l
ing Com., 4: .Xssistant in liconomics, 3, 4. l
As a good citizen of the eolleze community and an I
effieietit student senator, Chuck has the combined
ability to gain popular favor and good marks. .Xs a i
heavy bass and a cartoonist, rival of .Xlton Packard.
he eontrihntes to the ,qaiety of nations. lle can he 5
blamed for almost anything. li you do not like this ws f
Kaldron, hlame it on him. i
NV. lbr'c'i:.xY I:0I'RQl'lN7, A. B.
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V. S. Medical forps: Nlodern Prohltins flnh, 3.
43 lfoothall Squad, .z.
lYhile havinq heen pronounced hy ,lames Montgom-
ery lflagg as the liest looking man in Vncle Sanfs 5 '
Navy, lluke has not allowed his handsome appear' XY .yr
ance to wreck any hearts at llulings, hut has eonhned ,
his fussing to town social circles. lYhen he is not b '-'VT W -ftvivv'
tripping the light fantastic, he may he seen discussing '
with tiene Miller the merits of the newest brand of J
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KANE Hlllll SCHUUI..
Quill Vluh, 2, 3, C1'resident, 47: Le Petit Salon,
A 5. lPresidcnt, 41: Play fast, 3, 4: Twentieth Cen-
tury Club, 3. 4Yice-President, 49: Klee-o-Klect, 3, 43
Play Vast, z, 3: Literary Monthly Staff, .:, 3, QAS-
soriatc liditor, 4l2 Moving-Upsllay Speaker, 2.
Ilowman stands out. Not only hccause she is Phi
lleta liappa and an actress and a linguist and an
author and a poet, hut hr-cause she is Bowman, the
one and inimitable. .X humorist from top to toe, her
sallies have been eagerly received for four years.
XYith all her humor, however, we fear there is a vin-
dictive strain. "l'is safer to he iilHVII13l'1,S friend than
enemy. For what Rowman does, she does better than
anyone else, and there's no telling what she'll do next!
t'.xlc1,Y1.12 'l'1'T'1'1.141 HtlX'N'1'llN, A.B.
41 A 9
NV.Kl.NY0lt'l'II. N. Y.
til-INESICIC NVESLICYAN SEMINARY.
Y, Nl. V. A. Vahinct, 3, 4, CI'resident, 45, Tho-
hurn flnh, 1, 2, 3, 4: filee Club, 1, 2, 3, 4.
'l'ut intends to he a theologian. llut this word is
altogether too formal and dignined to attach to this
good-huniored .Xlleghcnian. Ile has been a loyal cham-
pion for right living in campus life and has demon-
strated his stand hv practice rather than mere preach-
ing. llis willingness to work, coupled with dependa-
hility has had results,
-lonx liI'IRl5l'IR'l' Bozlc, A.H.
JI'iANNlC'I'TI'I IIIGII SCIIOOI..
tilee l'luh, 3, 4, Reader, 3, .ig lluzer Du, 3, 4,
llreas.. 43: Varsity Debate, 2, 3, 42 Freshman-Soph0-
more .feclamatinn Vontest, 1, 2, XYinner, 1, .21 Moving-
l'p llay Speaker, 1, 2, Y. Rl. C, .X. Cabinet, 4, Stu-
dent Senate, 4: XYakelield Oraturical Contest, 2, 4:
Plllltl-l'iI'IlIll4lit1 Uratorical iiontest, IQ Philosophy and
Iidncation fluh, 4, 1PresidentD.
llaving heen at one time a star in Miss Spalding's
Puhlic Speaking Class, john always plays a leading
part in dchate trios. He has a line that would equal
Yern VVise's and it is said that he has used it to good
advantage not only in selling Fuller brushes. hut in
selling himself to a certain young lady on Randolph
street. lle has tried many things since his stay at
.Xlleg!,heny. even to hitting the lowest note for the
hasses on the lilee Club. Next year he will sell
granite and niarhle for one of the town's leading con-
l'l.nc1. HI'IP01.l'Il HVIQIIICKI. A.B.
fit A 9
QLICNESICIC NYlGHl.l'IY.KN SICMIXARY.
'lihohurn fluh. 1, 2, 3, 4.
.Xlthough married and a minister serving a charge,
liarl has Finished :1 inure successful course at Alle-
gheny than many of us who do not have these added
respnnsihilities. llis wide experience among men i11
the army. together witl1 his sympathy and spirit of
helpfulness cannot fail to make l1i111 a true minister to
the needs of humanity,
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NICXY 1'.XN'l'I.I'I. l'.X.
NICNV l'.XH'l'l,lC HIGH SUIIOUL.
Cilee fluh, 3, 3, 4: Tingley liiolngiezll flnh. 3, 3. 4,
Teil intends to enter lIlL'tllCZll selnml this full ziflei'
eoinnlt-ting :in exciting fnni' years :xt .Xlleglit-ny, In
zirhlitinn to his ttuisoitizil zihilily in his solmlmiiitwe ye:n'.
Teal has niznle inziny liezirts lunmny ns elerk of the cnnrts
in New Castle hy grunting l1l1ll'1'i2lQ.fL' lieenses. llc is
an industrious stutlent when there isn't zi tleck uf
czirtls in sight.
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SIl.XllI'SYlI.I.IC HIGH St'lIO0I,.
llinlngy antl howling have lveen tJse:n"s salient lines
iluring his nlziys at .Xlleghen,.'. liultertlies, trees, hirnls,
fungi, :incl niesohlastin' somites are :is faniilirir to hini
as :ire the thzinel stings tn line llill. If he tloesn't
make good as :1 hiolngist or ilnctor. it's hceziuse ulmilitg
clot-sn't count. .Xs :1 tliversinn, he has hzul zi rritlier
tlecitleil soeizil interest.
Gicomzic NVli,snN t'1I,xl'lN, I-3.8.
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.Xfter returning from lfrzniee, tienrge tleeitletl that
llc wnulrl make W111' on mzirlss. llc has the unusual
ahility to get results with little el'fm't. XX'itl1 an in-
eliimtion for inns :intl inuleeules he has spent nviny '
nrotitzihle licmrs in Czirnegie llnll. lle elriinxs tu liuve
successfully lI1it'l'1J0lZlICll without liziving anything tn
l'.xi'1. NV. t'1..ii:1i14:, A.H.
fb Ii xl'
tlliNl'IYA Hltlll SVIHNII..
Klmlern l'mhlf-ins Ciluh, 2, 3. tX'iee-llres,, il:
lluzei' Iln. z. 3. 4: liloek .X flnh. 3. 4: liontlmll Sqnwil.
i. 1: llziss llziskethnil. 1, J. 3. 4: Yzivsity Tennis, 1. 3.
tfziptziiii. 47: .Xthletie linzirrl, 41 Class Secretary. 3.
If we were in See Sliiplvel' milk any faster when he
wns lzlte fm' :tn eleven-fnrly than it man ezin cinn-
fortzllily intrve, we wntvlul he texnplerl tn luelieve tlirlt
he nfxs not feeling well. llut nnte.l :is he is fm' his
restful lmhils. Sliipner llns XYllt'l'lL'tl his eollrse tl1rnu'4l1
the Vziivitls nf fum' enllege 3e:n's never lleetlingg the lum-
of the Sivens nf llnlings except when zu e:n'nl has
sonntleil sweetly in his ears,
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i YVll4KINSliI'Rll HIGH SCIIOUI..
Tennis, 1, 2, 3, 4, Cfapt. antl Xlgr., 23: Y, Xl. C.
.X. Cabinet, J: Stull:-nt Senate, A: Athletic Council 2'
I fi , -t
liloek .X tlnlmg Klmlern Prohletus fluh. .ig liiology
Lah. Asst., 4.
Despite the fact that he hails from the Smoky Qfity,
lihiek always looks clean. thick prirles himself on the
fact that he is horesl hy Kliss Snalcling's proteges. ,Ns
a tennis star he has put Allegheny tennis teams in a
high rank for the last four years, It is saill that he
is a real orator when it comes to discussing social
rules uith the faculty anrl persuading llean Ross into
allowing him to carry tXVSlllj'-llll'L'C hours of work,
RAYMOND S'1'I'II'HI4IN 0oI'it'1'Nl11Y. A.B.
cu'x"s MILLS. PA.
M ICA DVI LLE II IGII Ht' ll00I,.
Kloilern I'rohlexns Club: Le Petit Salon,
Uelieving that the quickest way to learn is to ask
questions, tkmurtney hollls the interscollegiatc record
as question asker. lle has clcmonstraterl to the R04
mance Language tlepartment what a real Frenchman
can ilu when he is given a free hand in the French
courses otiferecl him. He iutenfls to enter husiness irut
ue xroulrl not he surprisefl if "La langue hclle" heck-
oneil him into teaching.
ICr'ssm.1. 'l'uonAs Ilorxol, A.B.
A T A
I-IDINIEORO S'l'.X'I'E NORBIAI.,
.-Athletic lioarfl, 4: llistory anfl Political Science
' Modern Problems fluh. 3, 4: Chairman
fluh. 3. 4: Y
XYashington llanquet fiom., 3: Class liaskethall, 3, 4.
.Xfter having traveled wirlely and gainecl for him-
self experience in many Helrls of activity. Rus came
io .Allegheny to arlll the finishing touches to his eflu-
cation. XVQ have no rlouht but that he alltlerl those
touches hy varied means anal in such a way as only
one so cosmopolitan as he eoulrl have llone. llis
variell interests and his social activities give ahunllant
evidence to thc- fact that llus believed in getting all
there was in college.
Bhrnox II1f:I.1cxA ICIBIICRS, A.B.
E T E
RIPLEY. N. Y.
RI l'I,ICY IIIG II SCHOOL.
Pliilnsnlblly liluh. 41 Xl. N, S.. 3. 4.
Marion is a serious-miiuletl girl upon whom respon-
. sihility sits well. She says she is going to he a teacher.
r fellow-sufferers in this year's Practice 'ferwliingz
course aflmit her fitness for this profession.
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INDIANA HIGII SVIIOOII.
Football Squad, 1, ag College Iland, I, 2. ,il Mod-
ern I'r0blems Cilub, 3, 42 Literary Monthly Stall. 31
Circulation Mgr, College Publications, .tg lfxtempo-
raneous Speaking Contest, 4.
Versatility is Skee's middle name, and we tiud him
doing everything from playing a Cornet to piloting
brigs on the stormy sea of love. 'Ile has the tongue
of a State L'ongressman and can deliver at any time
a speech with aguite definite ideas on any subject.
Shakespeare is his favorite author, from whose writ'
ings he expostulates daily on the bounties of love's
ICIJNVIN Asinazx' FINNEY, BB.
E A E
BIEADVILLIC HIGH SCHOOL.
Dutton Society of Applied Science, 3, 4,
In lid we have one of the master minds of the su"-
veying department. Ile surveyed the campus to as-
certain if allrthe buildings were in their right places
and after dotngrthis, wrote his senior thesis on this
difficult task. lfniney has hinted that he is something
of a French shark, but perhaps this is one of his
good natured jests. Ile will leave Allegheny and
Kleadville to continue his study at Lase.
IRA Uzxt I"1,m11Nu, HS.
HIINIYVAY llllill SUIIOOII.
Freshman Debating Team, I: Varsity Debating
Team, 2: RIen's kilee Club, 1, 2, 3, 4g college Cihoir,
3. 4: Craft Club. I, J, 5, 4, tSee., ZQ Treas., 37: Y.
M. Ci. A. Vabinet, 2: Tingley Iiiologieal Club, 3, 4,
We have with us a gentleman who, though not pos-
sessing the lloliathan stature which might well ae-
company his mental equipment, manages to reach dizzy
heights of song. Truly he trills a sibilant tenor, and
is at his best when, flanked by feminine nightingales,
he breaks forth into paeans tpronounced pains! of re-
ligious fervor at chapel. lfuture tears mav see him
hard at work in some biological laboratory, lulling- the
feverish streptococci to sleep with some Tasmanianolul-
Ifhnto .losnifn tiifzrcest-nm, A.I3.
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IIOMICS'I'I-IAD HIGII SUIIOOI..
Student Senate, 1: Y, BI, li. A. Cabinet, 3, 4:
Quill Club, 3, 45 Plassieal Klub, J, 3, 4, tlhairnian.
353 lloxing. 2. 3: lfxtemporaneous Speaking Vontest.
31 Class Debating Team. 1: l'lass Soeeer Team. 1,
llail to the saviout' of Allegheny classics! liergely
came from llomestead to help lloc Ilill lead the l'lassi-
eal Klub and has distinguished himself by elaiming that lp
he would sooner study llreek than teach English to itll C" tvkr
Italians. Despite this fact tiergely has been the man fl?
behind the local Amerieanization work and has ae- 1. l
eomplished much for his .Xlma Mater in this respert. I l l
Next year this hard working, dependable student will ,
probably continue his studies at graduate school. l Milli My MN,lZ....---
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X Siinle-nt Ynluiiti-ur, I. J, 5. 4: Classical Clulx, 3. 41
i lfirs! llnnnrs, ig Scunnll llnnnrs, 3.
gi ' .Xs pinus :is liis nnnu- :nnl zxs i-in-rgcli' :is was Mai'-
l tin l,uTlu'r nf ulll is nui' Nlzlrlin l.ulln'i' nf '13, 'lillc
il, I flirt tlmt lu- clung' sixti-in nvili- In svlnvnl. wzillcing
il wln-n tlu- xxuzltlu-1' lwrilliltwl, :inil lllv lzict tlizn lu-
wurkcsl his way hy pri-zicluiiig, tl-siifics that ln' is ri
4 "V i'vsui'voii' nf cn:-1'gy wliicll l'Clcnss'nl for lllllllflllily will
l,.! ilu :in vsnrwninus gnml,
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ill g3gjQ5'2,f pliwl Scivnuc, 3, 4: .Xssismnt lfnntlmll Nlaiizigcr, 32
vllmnll .Xl:xnz1gci', 4, lllock .X. Clulm, 4.
'l i lf hc xxill lmut sn-1: frmn lie-liinfl his 111 ii-nnirxl gruwtli
ii of fricizil ciliziry :ului'in1n'n1 tin' fl nmnnnl we may SCO:
ll M ilu- innn wlnm. stznsting in lilo uiili zisiiimlimis tn run I1
3 4 QW "wp ll rziilrnzul, was lmnpily clivi-1:11-il inln thc lzisk of running
Q 5 It :1 fnntlmll ti-znn, wlnrli trrnns 1'ugul:ii'ly. llis juli llwrc
llfl , il tinisllcnl. lm turuc-l In :1 new lil-lil. ilu- like Club,
ig' wlu-ru lic plziyeil unil on ilu' tennis section. lioliling thc
ill ncxl man'-s music. lla- nnw takes vnczll lc-ssnns in
, in-ilci' tlmi lie may the ninrc swcvtly sercimrle Il certain
fi fziir une :it llulings, wlnm may lm seen enjoying with
ll V' llini zit Iinn-s ilu- pleasures of rilling in his custom
Ui Q 1' fl' ,Lx-" lmuili racer.
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:Hi nslnnglnn llirtlnlay llzniquz-1
ill Spcziker, zz NI. N. S., 3, 4: Y. NY. C. A. Czilminct.
XVi1l1 limi' frank :uul wmly nrnlTei's of fricmlsliilm,
41 liinny lincs You up at first inecliiig, .X DOIYIVY manner
l, plus an Irisli TU!lQ2,'l'IL' :irc Ci1Ol'l2ll to svcure licr any-
wlu'l'c. lfv0i',.'tl1iiiu inIL'1'1'st5 liinny anal hui' interest
is wlmlclu':n'tcnlf wllile it lusts!
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llx KOCIIICSTICR Illlill NCIIOUI..
Y. XY. C, A. Czilwinct. ll'ri-s.. 41: St. Cecilia Club,
ll A 'zssiunl Clulv, 43 l'liilnsn1ul1y Club. 4.
Q A ' .Xs pilcsillviit of the Y. XV., .Xlice inmlwzilmly has lic-
3 if-'P 's-nilcil inure unrlci'-clzissinsn than uni' girl in tlic
gl llzill. Ilia- umlci'-vlzissim-n in turn lizivc siiici-rl-st :if-
lx ll'k'llUll flll' lleli HS ll Villlll'll ll'll'llll" L'Ull9l1l1'lAflll', ell'
1 . wi - tlnisizisiic, syinpzltllc-lic zilwzlys. .Xml lliu uinlci'-class
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XvlI.I.I.KM IQ. HENRY, A.l3.
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liI.AllCHVll.IilC HIGH St'HOUI,.
Nlotlern Problems Klub. 3, 43 Craft Club. 41 Klan-
ager lialtlron, 3: Nlanairer track. 4: Varsity Debate,
2, talternatelz flass ltebate, :Q XYinner l'hilo-Ifrank-
lin Uratorieal Contest, 3.
Ponting to us from the lanrl of Senators :incl State
Governors. llank brings with him a truly senatorial
bearing anml an accompanying ability to ileliver per-
suasive annl soul stirring orations on almost any sub-
ject Honor Systems incluilesl. lle is a born sales-
man and a man of wiile experience. having enriehetl
his etlucation by a visit to Princeton. Iloping to be
a lawyer, he is alreaily developing his ability in plan-
ning a defense for thc case of Mortimer Graham.
-lonx YY.u.T1-:it Him-:1:.xt'tii1, I-LS.
A X I'
lNIl'I.XIlVIl,l,l'I HIGH SCHUUL.
Glee Club, 2, 3. 4: liand, 2, 3,
.lohuls rosy complexion has excited much envy
among the feminine portion of the student body, but
the men envy him for his ability to provoke roars of
laughter with his funny antics and his tunnier remarks
not to mention his ability as a saxaphonist. XYith
his never failing good humor ancl continuous pep he
has matle Glee Vluh trips a source of much enjoy-
ment for his fellow songsters. john sairl that he haul
to make sure of always havingka good accompanist.
Perhaps that explains why he will probably get mars
riezl next year.
Iil'INNl'I'l'lI ,XIIIPICN Illxics, HS.
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11l'I.XDVII.I.lC HIGH SCIIOOI..
Glee Club, 1, J, 3, 4, CKlgr.. 451 Craft Club, 1. 3,
4, tl'res., 3, J,l: llutton Society, t, 2, 3, 4.
.Xs a songstcr, and a nianager, lxen spemls a large
portion of his time in seeing that none of his llock of
tilee Lilub song birils stray too far from ,Xlleglteny
irleals when they are on trips. .X large part of the
success of this year's Gliee Klub nas been mlue to his
ability aml tort-sight as manager. .Xs a fusser he
ranks with the most popular, an-l with llourrluin
as to the patent leather tinish of his hair.
Finch S'l'I'IN'l'Z 1I1'1'1't1t1:Ns, BB.
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Nl C K l'1l'ISl'0K'l'. PA .
lIi'Kl'Il'ISl'UR'l' HIGH SUHUOI..
Manager of College llantl. 3.
Possessing a very clecirletl sense of humor anfl a
very optimistic attitutle towarcl life. lfretl has ileeillerl
that the profession of chemistry is too exacting aml
intentls to become a salesman, Ile was Blaitlanrbs
right hanfl man when it came to making a successful
banfl. but more than that. so far as we know. he has
thus far evatlctl capture at the hanmls of .Xllegheny's
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1'.K'I"l'.XIi.KI'1iI'S IIlllII SVIIUIIII.
Iilvt- Lilith, 2. 32 Ilistury :tml I'uliti':zil St'iL'xlL'e fliih,
3, 45 Nlotlt-ru Pmlmlt-iiis Chili, 3. 4.
I.ikt- must scniurs 'linac-y leaves his .Klum Nlzitt-1'
with thu cxlucutfttiuii nf getting Rich. hut xxitli him it
is :I cxipitzil itlun, .X striving' lmustt-it nf tht- liiiipiitt-
State- :intl with n jolly cuiitciuimt fm' Utltosu Pcimsyl-
Vzmizi llutchu, he hits zifftmlt-il nizmy :imusiiig cfmtim-
Versivs, llc lvft us fm' Zi sciiicstz-r tu :itlvml the l'lii-
vcrsity of I'ui'tn Rico, lmt .Xllugltt-ity luokccl two gmtwl
I+'lcANli I,1x1v11u1.xi .IOI.I,Yv, A.I'3.
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Ixziltlrtm Stuff, 3. 3. 4: Quill Chili. 5. 4: llistury :mtl
Political Sciciiu' kluh, J.
This cow-pimcllei' fi-Inu 'Il-xris is at rczil xxmiiziii-l1:itt'i'.
It is riiiiimxwl that Ifrzml-c :luring his cutirc four-yi-:ir
mviirst- has mfvci' ht-t-it to lluliiigs lu-fm'e lunch. .Xt
tht- szxme tiixic he visits fziii' vesiilt-nts of Alt-mlvillu.
lircmiville, :tml lfritz Ill-wvver. litflicvilig that his
vsluuzitioii slmulll ht- wull wiiiitletl. l"r:nilc hats tout-lit-el
lightly in tht- tielll uf jtuuriizilism. thus riiltivsitixig :L
niurc tluclit :mtl softly 1-limiiig lint' xxhich will lilnzist-
tht- must riritirril fymiliiiie mir.
IV. BI1'Il,YIl.I,I-I -Iuxl-ns, A.II.
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IIHMI'I?4'l'I'I.KII IIICIII SVIIUUI..
Kzimpus Stzilif. 1. 1. 3, Il'ielitm'Ai11slihicf. 41. Ilistnrg
zuitl Ihulitivzil Scieiiut- Vluh. .gi 4. ll'r:-s.. .itz 'lim--lc
'I't'zuil, ig Quill liluh. 5. .ig liulegzitt- In Iittt-itollt-gi:ilv
Xt-ws Assucizitioii, 4.
.Ks eflitur uf our Vziiitptis. Alt-l lifts hail rm imusiizil
OIJVUVKLIIIIIQ' tn mulrl :mil exlurcss tht- niuiniuiiis uf tht'
entirt' cullt-gc cuiumuiiity, :mil his llt-rilltwlly iiiipmxw-il
vollt-gc jouriizil gives vvitlciict- that ht- has tlmic so. llc
is I1 vt-ry husy mms, yt-t hc- is liuuyt-ll up uit-hw' all his
cams hy an t-vox' uptimistic spirit. The fact. tho. that
he silt-mls must uf his sumim-1' vziczitiim :it l':imhi'iulgt-
Springs umluulstt-tlly lifts iiizult' it ptmssihlv ful' him tu
ncctlmplisli su mucli xxitlwut lusing his gtmil liumtir.
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lllllt-gc llxuitl, i. 1, 3, 4: Vraft Kliilx, 4.
This long, lt-am, :intl Izmlcy fclluw has hot-xi with us
fur sumo tilm- mtl' :tml im. sit til say. Ili' :it'tt'1itln-il
,Xlls-glit-ny lmvk in tht- gmtil I-Ill llziy- xiheii -iliilimxitliws
:mil stiiim-Q hml lmiitiiicls, :mtl :ilsiu wlivii kiiit-ku'
Imticlcciw wvrt' the virgin.-. ll' ynu tl1m'1 lat-lit-it us. svt'
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:ls :L t'lZIl"i!lL'lisl, Iluh tlitl imwli tlvwzircl mxilciiig tht- tml-
lcgt- luiml :L siictw-ss lust yt-:1i'. With his tlvpfii't11i't'.
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:tml il Nlast1'1'sf'i11 sciciicc at that. This sentence
sm.1111ls f1r1'111i1l:1l1lc, hut Kirk. tn hex' f1'ic111ls, is 21 most
E 1111fo1'111i1lz1hlo 111-1'sn11 with :1 V1-1'y lllllllllll czipzicity for
1 f1111, l'hc111ist1'y l1:1s :1l11':1ys ahsu1'h1'd :1 goorl part uf
1 h1-1' ti1111'. but l'h1-111ist1'y has hccii misuihle with a V11-
1 1'i1'tv uf i11t1'1'1'sts lsucinl zitlziirs i11clu1lc1lQ.
il -. Aix
l 1 ,,
HAY L. IflNHINS.XlI'l'llV, A.B.
A 'I' A
MlC.XUYll.I.l'I IIIGII SCIIUUL.
llisttiry ziwl Political Scienrc liluh, 3, 4: M0111-1'11
l'l'OlJlL'I1lS L'l11h, 5, 4.
Shziiriiig his c11111'sc tm1'z11'1l the gnzil of h11si111-ss,
Kliiig now stt-ps f111'tl1 i11111 tha- 1'1vl1l 11'111'l4l :is Zlll :lc-
kiivtxvlt-1l1:1-rl c:111tz1i11 of 1-11111111e1A1'1-. Iluring his College
1':11'ce1' llc l1z1s :11l1lc1l the 111-uc-ssz11'5' 1u1'z11'ticz1l sirle tn his
tr:1i11i11g hy st-lling :111t1111mhiles. llc has 111'vc1' shone
:is I1 cullvgu t'11sse1'. hut it is sz1i1l that ha- is v1-ry ftmnl
uf 1le1111111st1':1ti11g tht' 1111-1'its uf l1isl:111t11111nl1il1- tu 1111-
111c1'1111s town girls, -1's111'17i:1lly 11111Ascs.
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- GQ A . Y t..
" 71.925 TQ 4 'D Q
M.xI'1:11-14: li. Iitllfl-'Ulill, A.l5.
A 'I' 4, 4, ll cb
Xll'1.XUVll.l.l'i Hlllll SCHUUI..
,Il:iskc'tlmll, 1, J, j. 4. tl'zipl:iin, 473 l'z'esiilt-nl .Mh-
lrtlc .Xss n. 4: btullt-nt Scnutu, 4. 1X1ct--l'1'es.l: llltwk
.t Clnh. 1, 2. 3, 4.
.Xnntlier ut' thu lucnl constituency which has liellwil
to flistingnish the class of 'lwciity-tl11'cv is Rink lint-
forcl. This fair liztirt-fl ynnth with his ninxhlc lmnmlling
nf tht' hull :mil his surt' :tim :it tht- foul lint- has
hrnnglit victory to .Xllcglit-n5's Hom' tt-:uns un many
occasions. XYhile Rink has nut lu-cn :Able tn plziy
with thc team this yt-ur, his rccnrml :is :ln zltlilvtc :intl ll?
:ln intlucntial man un the llill will nut srmn ht- fur' Q-
WIl.1.1.x.n lllcxm' lqRI1IIlS, A.H.
uow.xNn.x. N. Y.
1iUXVANll.X IIIHII SVIIUUI.. Gag .-
Rlmlcrn Prnhlf-ms Club. 3.5
This fair cmtilfleximiml inusicizin hfts flcliglittwl innny ff'-
zln znilirecizitivt- ear with his hrillixint work nn tht' Q"
violin tn' piano. .Xs :L part nt' the Gum-'s Vnllcginns l-l
outtit, hu contrihutecl much tn the llllIilC1l.l lift' of tht-
collt-gc. llis intcrvst in the lmnsincss wurlnl culnhincs ff
a sensv nf tht- artistic with thu p1':ictic:il.
4l1f:uIu:I.xN.x lnxxlc, Ali.
K A H Z Q W'
LANIC S MILLS. l'.X. gl '
lililll'KNV.XYVll.I.lf lllllll NUHUOI..
l'lCXNSYl.V.XNl.X l'Ul.I.lflilf FUN XVUIIIQN. I
il-VVK'IlliSIll l'untu1'y Vlnlm, 3, 4: llistury :tml Political
Suit-ucv Cluh. 4: ll. N. S.. 3. 4.
licnrge is nizijnring in llistnry whifh is only nzxtnrzil l
consimlt-ring ht-x' aptitmlc fur nlzitcs. Shu camc In ,Xl'c- '
ghcny ns a suplioinort- hut quickly nlzule :L plum: fm' ,
hersclf in our rlass :intl in tht- coll:-gc. This is truc. 3-
perhzlps, beczinst- lit-urgv has thc cnvizihlt- trziit uf hoping
able nm zulapt lu-rselt In her 4-nvirmnxlt-nl. m
HI"l'lI El,lZ.XlIl'1'l'll lnxxlc. A.l'l. l
rxlux lllllll st-umm.. l
lwt-ntieth tt-ntury llnln. 3. 4: Xl. X. N., 3. 4. 4
St-lf-posst-sst-fl, l't'sn'1'vt'tl, :intl imlvpvllnlvlit 2ll'L' only
tlnx-v zuljcctlvvss whxrll tlcsrvilw I'-llmly. .Xntl tln-sv
must he qnzililiwl. Slit- is 71Iit'L'lkX' st-lffpnsst-sswl. Shv '
is. not i't-sei'vwl with hm' frlcnnls. Shu is iinlt1u'i1ilv.'11l.
hut tnctfully sn. 'l'ln- cnsenihlt- is t'lIlll'L'ly sfitisfzxctiwy.
mga ....... .............,.... . ...,..... ....... - -Q ....... NCD! C3
I Q fllmw Q
I-9?Y3 .G ' 9 Q
:N 3 n
.IHIIN lirrwlx Lluasux, AJS.
ff' K 'IQ A I l', ll A E, K CP K
SIIl'fl"l"IlCI.D Hllill Nl'IHN?L.
XI4-u's SL-imtc, fI'i'4's., 45: lluzci' lbu. 3, Ll'1'es., 45'
Nlmln-ru l,I'UlJlEI11S llub, 3. 4l'i'L-s., 4l: N. Xl. l. .Xi
Vziliiiu-1, 3, 4, tires., 51: Urnmriczxl .Xss'u, C'lii'm-us.
Q, lres., 49: lfmvtball Squzul. I, 23 Nluviug-Up llgiyi
5IM'fllit'I', 3: vvililllllgfllll llaiiqiu-1 Siu-ziker, 3: VViiim-1'
ltxtl-uipmuiiiuuis Speaking Cuutn-st. 4: Quill f'lub,
4: llistory :uicl Puliticzxl Scicucv Club, 3, 43 Class llc-
bmiug, 2: Varsity llubzue, 3, 4: Nl1lll3gL'l' Litcrziry
Nlinitllly. 3. 4: licucrul Nlzuizigur of 1,!llDllCZl1lU1lS, 4.
lluueSt vlulm, zlic 11eu1rle's czunlillatc has lmu-u :1 big
m:u1 in college t'Vt'l' since be L'lltCl't'4l. Ncvci' busy,
but :llways ziccmuplislliiig iimrc than two or lllrcc orcli-
uziry me-u lifl lins spcut his lust yarn' at .Xlluglicuy
llulluiug lulcsiuviit llixsriu run xlie cnllegv. His zu:-
livitivs range from Y. Nl. C, .X, to business iuauzigei'
of tlic Stuflent Suitoriuui. .Ks :i booster for thc vol-
legc :mil zi backn-1' of 1-vcrytliiug wlwtliwliile he lizis
iumlv an cuvialiln- rccorrl.
llomwllv S'r1f:vi-lxsox L1c1f:l'l1:1z, .LIL
A 1' A
liRAI1UUl'K Illllll SC'IlfNlI,.
X. XX. l , A. lziliiue-I, 3. 4, lL mlcrgrzullizitc rclirc-
scutzltivc, 3l: lfzlgles Here flub, 3. 41 'liwriltictll
lfeutury l'lub, J, 43. 4: llistory Quill l'ulitic:il Scicixce
Klub. .z. 3. 4. KX ice-Prrs., 3: lrcas., 43: llziss X icc-
Prcs.. 5: Stunlcut l.ibr:u'y Assistant, I. J, 3. 4: l.e
PL-til Salou, 4: Quill Klub, 4: Nl. N. S., 4.
"Htl ngziiu. on zigziiu. goin' zigzziu. l.cep4-V," cllzlr-
ziclcrizes Iluz's college vziu-ei: lu spite nf irregulzu'
nttvinlziiicc. liuwcu-r, slu- carriwl ull' part of tlic lmiinrs
of ilu- clzxss. .Xli-ri, smiling, zuicl flu-1'rt'ul, llot has fl
Sl'lCL'L'Sifl1l future, wllctlu-1' slic mlccirlus ou illiltfllllrillj'
www -1 v -wv-.-- J
Il14.i.1'.x Ll 1 11.14. l,l'.I1 il mlm 14.1.l., A.l1.
A X il
lNIlCAllYll.I.lC llllill SCIIUUI..
lilnc-0-lilcct Qfnsl, 5: lilub, 43: Vlziss Scuy, 4.
'IK-0 is uotecl fur lu-1' guml looks. goml l'lLllllUI'.
bubbml liaiii' ami slang. Of liei' slung 4-xlnressmiis
"You kumx' mc, Al" is lmvlvalily ilu- must fniuiliar, It
is uufliuiblcilly ilu- most apt.
l'l.um1.1r R.XXlP.Xl.I, l',l4:1f1fIN4:w14:1.l., BB.
SILXKUN llllill SCHUUI..
Ifuntlszill Scluzul. 1. 3: llziskvlbzmll Squzul. I. J: Vlziss
linslwtlmll. J. 3: Ihvxiug, 2. 3. 4. llizilwtaiiidlgix. 412
Craft Klub, 3, 4, 4Yiuu-l'x'es., 51: Assistant iu Cllcm-
llistiuguisliccl fm' walking tu Lkilifuriiizi ziurl fur
stzuiiiig in iuiiuvruus puglistic buuts, ll. N U. fumlly
llI1lSllL'S luis collegu cuursi- ziflci' svvcrzxl iulcrrupiimls.
XXI- uuflei'st:iml. liuwcvur. tlml lic has liuzxlly met his
iuzitvli ziuml lizis bm-vu su lizuxl liit by rx cz-:'t:1iu lrisli
iuainlwu tlxzll it is -luubtful if lu- xxill su-1' iwu1vc1'.
, ., . . ., , .
A lg aim 6 lf.,
M A sf -, ll E51 t I . O
A, 1, K I rs " 5 la X' C ,
, 4. . y- X' 263 ' Q
I'IlCRSt'IlI'lI, IIARIC Loomis, BB
1b A I-3
IAIOMIN l'Rl'Il'. SVIIUOI..
Class Basketball. I, 2, 31 lfoothall Squatl, iz Varsity,
J, 3, 4, tfaptain, 43: lhock .X t'luh. 1. 3. 4. tX'icv-
The flg4Lfl'L'SSiYt'llt'SS anwl lighting spirit which inarkccl
the play ot' our foothall captain on the gritliron is
cllaracteristic of everything he ilocs. In st-curing a
position on one of the .Xll-NYustcrn Pennsylvania
teams he has rc-reiverl flue recognition for his foot-
hall ahility. Ilixir has brought with hiin from the
sunny South an arclcnt arliniration for the fairer oncs
and an intense liking for Ilriclge.
Llxxnc l':I.lZAl3lG'l'll Lornlcx, A.B.
K K I'
'I'AHl'IN'I'I'M IIIHII SFIIOUI..
Student tlovernment, 3. 4, C51-C.-Trcas.. 45: Coln-
hinctl Senate, 3. iSCC.-'liI't'2lS., 39: l.c PL-tit Salon, 4:
lilass Sec., rg lilass Treas., 31 Class Yicc-I'i'es., 4.
l,innie's giggle has inaflc her a cheerful part of the
college for three and a half years. Pretty anil popu-
lar, she has heliwl the accepted theory that a gooil-
looking girl is never a sturlm-nt. hhe insists that sho
is going to teach French. hut we think llugh is pro-
ficient in that suhject.
ICAIAIA IIVTII 1It'ilAI"l-'I-IR'I'Y, ILS.
K K I'
ALLISON PARK. PA.
PEABUDY HIGH SCHOOL. l'I'l"l'SliI'RGII.
Glu- Cluh .Xccompanist, J, 3, 4: Tingley llinlogy
Club, 2, 3, LSQ-c.-'l'reHS., -O: St. Ceciliaiiluh, 3, tPrt-s..
45: College lihoir. 3. 4: Y. NY. if .X. Cahinet. 4: lliol-
ogy Assistant, 41 Fire Vaptain. 41 Iiagles Merc flulm, 4.
Ahlic has hcen intervsteml in liiology for years. hut
this year hci' interest has been intense. Intlt-eil, we
are afraicl that Nlicy is another girl whose scientitic
lllillti will he wasted in a kitchen.
Roy l"'u,xN1i1.1N Mi'ti,u:1:-x1l. HS.
49 A K
FKA N li I. I N . PA .
ROVKY URKDYIG HIGH SVIIUUI..
Roy spent thc first two years of college life at
Penn State. Ilecizling that that institution was too
far reinoverl from the- scenes of his cllihlhooml, ht-
wiscly came to Allegheny to complete his rollegiatc
work. Roy has IIIZHIC many frientls in the two years
he has heen with us. The worst that can he said of
him is that he is :1 contirmeml woman-ltatcr anrl tinils
more attraction in liztrin-gin llall than in Ilulings.
avg. ..u... ... ..... 4 . ., 4.4.1,
1' 531151, ,GE ,
14 - ---Wm
l 11' 1:
loux W11,1.1,n1 3ll'lNTYliI'l
Ml'I.KIlVll.Ll'I lllklll SVIIOUI..
1 lluttcm Sucicty, 1. 2. 3. 4. llCx1'cuti1'1- Voin., 3, SCC.-
li'1-zw., 41: lmas LLI'L'llltl'j' Nfjllilll, 3.
, l11h11 S111-mls must of his 1111111 in sm-i11g that 1-very
1l1111g is 1111 ills' luvcl 1h1'1111gl1 llli t1'1111si1. .XS 11 Stu-
1l1'11t uf s11gi11c1-1'i11g. l1e hm hen-11 N11 Q111-rgetic 1h:1t wc
.V "-v 3 A svn- little of him 1-xcept 11s hc runs up thc Hill for
1tl11mcs. lf the girls envy his curly locks, it ccrtzxinly
'IQ is 1'1'11m 11f111', fm' hc has 111-v1-1' hm-1-n sci-11 f:11'1h1-r west
'N1:1,1,111: ,l':I,.XN1'Ill'I B1l'i,2I'IS'l'UN, A.H.
A I' A
B1I2.XIDYII.I.l1I 1111111 s1'1m111..
11ti1-th L1-111111'y Vluh. 3, 4g XY111111-11's Se11111c.3,4.
ic has 11 smile 11i11l Il 1ll'IlVl'l th:11 :1i'e must 1114
11'11r1ix'e, llci' zihility 111 play 1hc volt- nf h11s1css is
111111 lxclxwuii thc cullugv 11i1.l her lmmc l111s ncvur
SllliiFiCCLl 111 lem-11 hm' frit-111ls 11w11y,
1111'1ix'e i111l1-L-tl 511 z1tt1'11c1ix'c tl111t even the :lis-
A1,1:x.1x1111:R XV. BIAIIUX, A.H.
fb K X11
lX1l1Ilil'l'jliSlil'l!G AKHXDI-111 Y.
Nl111lc1'11 l,l'UlllL'll1S fluh, 3, 4.
le 111 times 111is111k1-11 hy u111le1'clz1ss111c11 for Il
1' 111 1he faculty lan-cziusc 111' his 1lig11i1ic1l 1m1l
Jcuriiig, .Xlcx g1':11lu11tvs this yc111' after l111vi11g:
tml his c11ll1-gc mviliwe hy spemliiig 11111 gear:
111 thy .Xvi11li1m lurps, llc iw su'1l11111 st-Q11 at llnlings
this year owing 111 1l1e fuel th111 thc 11111'11ctio11 graclu-
111c1l lust ym-1111, hut
we ZHAL' t11l1l that sweet ilcmicstic
V' 1 '11i1s him 111-x1 y6'lll'.
limss l31':N'1'11N M.11'1i, ISS.
'l'I'l'l NVlI.l,l'l, l'.K.
'l'l'l'l'NYIl.l.l'I llllill SVIIOUI1,
ll111111i1 Suciuty uf .Xpplirzl Scivnce, 1. 2. 3, 4.
gzivc 1111 his 11s11i1'z1ti11i1s 111 Phi lict11 lizippu
11 hc -nw thu lz111g11:1gc couiwcs lllilf the R1-gistrar
111l111C1,l f111' l1i111. lle l11'1msc1l :1l111ut i11 his f:1v11ri1c
11111 X1 l'411'11Ch, 11i11l h:1s liz-311111Q 1111 11cc1111111lisl1e1l
l111 111-.t. l1111 owing 111 his c1111sc11'111'1Uus 111'11l11h1111111 ten-
1l1'i11'i1s. l1:1s 1'Qfus1-il a hicl 111 Lv l'ct1t 51llUIl, llc has
' . .0011
ll1:111lcaQ1x'111g 11111'111'S. hut it li ll W1-ll l41111w11 l11c1 tl1f11
l11 I1ct:1l:1-s hiniscll ui1111 111l11-11 parts 111 the city 111
1'1'11'111ls. 115 ht- says.
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ff? ' ,525 X ,,
lboxxlcri. NX n.snx Mmsii. AJR.
B T, li fb K ,M
i'liN'l'li.Xl. Hllili SVIIUUI.. ldlllli. PA. li
llistnry anil Pnlitical Scicncc fluh, 1. 3. 4. 1'l'rL-as., i
.UQ Inncr Virclc, .z, 3, 4.
Il:-ru wi- haw- thi- original nlzilnsnnlnfi' liiinsg-If,
Nntliing can xinrry llnng such is his true pliilnsnpliiual
spirit, noitliur Poli Sri trips in liric, Aluninr i'cluhr:i-
tinns in lncllran llzlil. nur invitations in llassiczll
l'luh. living unc nf thi- frmnrlcrs of the lnm-1' llirch-, , 'X
hc is always true tn its upright simirii. and no unc can 'ii
say that hc is 4lisreg:n'ilIl1l uf his ilulics in this rv'
simcct. lle will stmly law nuxi yi-ar. X J
l'iI'GliNIi l'. BlII.l.l-Ill, A.ll.
A X P, ii qw li
BIT. l'l.l'I.XSAN'l'. PA.
MT. l'Ll'1.XS.XX'l' 'l'NYl'. llllill Sflllrtll..
Rloiln-ru Prohlcnis iilnh, 5, 4. I
Xlusliiliguiii hi-lil uiany cliarnis fm' lienu, hut .Xllc
ghvny was irresistahlc. .Xfier spcnnling two years
tlii-re. he is hack tn hc gracliiatcil funn a rual cnllcgc.
llnriiig his fnur years of cullcgiatc lifc liune has av'
qiiircrl a lim-ssc nf manner which he can ii-.u to much
ailvamagc. .Xltlmugh a mispective husini-ss man. hi- il
intcnmls to vntcr wlucatinn work. :ll
- l 4 v 1 1 s 1
llainax 1 l.AllI'.Xl 1-. 3llI.I.lull, lib. gli
22 A E li
IXIIi.XIlYI1.I.l1I lllllll SVHUUI..
llaskcihall. 3, 3, 4. Lfaptain, Up l"nn1hall, i. J. 3,
4: Class Pres., 3: ,luninr Prnin C'nni,: ll. S. .X. S., 5. fl .
4: lllock A. fluh. 1Prcs., M. 1
Iloppy rufuseil 21 hill in Bliss R0wley's lilassiral l
Vinh in nrilcr that hc might have niori- mimi- to iluvntn- ,l
to tearing arnunil the cmls for hung gains annl fur l
hringing the crmul to its fu-I hy his scnsatimial shnis I
frnni iiiiil-floor. llc in-Ver has :xml now nci'L'r will ll
wuar out any shows walking In llulings. lint wa- inaki- I
no prenliutinns rugarcling utllur lucalitics. X
lltlIiU'l'IlY K.x'1'l1i:i'N Nlixvli, A.ll. il
A X sz li
1'1ili.Ull'Hl.IS. lux. -5
K'llll.Ull'Ul.lS Illlill SVIIUUI.. ll
l'll.MllC.X 4'Ul.l.l'flll'i. l
XI.XliYl..XNll l'Ul.I.lililC lfllll NYHBIHN. , l
llrainatic Kilnh, I1 l.iter:ii'y lluh, J: Sclinlzlrsliip E
llnnurs. :L Xl. N. F., 4.
.Xllvgliviiy has tht rcpiitaiiuil uf training girls fnr ' -ag .
tvacliing or fur mziii-imi-ny. lliuilgli lint is an lnmnr i 3
stnclcnt anrl cnrnlh-il in thu 'll-aching ilu-iiarnnciit. hi-1 i l
sccnncl pin inilicalus that :inntllur has Quill: mwi in l , ?,,t W X .
thu ranks nl' the inatrininnially inulinul. - W MW ' ' M
QQ. ,,.,, ,, ., , ,,,.,. , . , , , ,.. M
J ntl 7 . .. '
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,im gm. .. .
L . A .
-Lulltzs l'1l'IllIl1'Ill'l' BlI'l'l'll1Gl,l., ILS.
B T, 413' B fb
Ulf. VITY. l'.X.
Ml'lAIlYll,l.l'l lllllll SUIIOOI..
Vrztft L'lulw1 'finglcy Iliulopgiczil Vluh.
This lzul muy hc seen busily ciigztgml in scztvcliing
inn tufts ztlmut tht- iunicrezts. :intl to this t-ntl has
s:tcl'iFnw.'-l ctnnitless cats. rfthhits, :intl hiiwls, ln spitt-
ul' this vnltl hlouclcrl urrillmtimt, llt't'l1 clivcrls his :LTA
tvlititnl lung cliullgll frunl his xx'tn'k to ztttvntl cliztpvl
in orilt-x' that hc may view the mllegt- feminity ut
which his suit-ntiliu schctlule tlt-privcs him in tht: class-
Vutllll. llc hits lu-cn tlt-tt-Ctt-rl in stintlry attcmirts :tt
fussing, hut ncvur when ht- thought ztnytmc uns
l'A1'l. Y. Moon, HB.
CP B fl?
H.Xl'1Ull'llI'l'UXYN IIIUII SFIIOUI..
'l'inglt'y llinlngitwtl flnlt: .Xssistzmt in liiolugy.
This rntmtl clmhhy hwy with :1 mnuth that cnntinuailr
ly turns up :lt tm' cr1t'nci's may llc funnrl :ll .Xlmlt-n
llzill xxlxuxn-vt-V hy isn't slot-piiig. .X shark witltnut any
nf tho tinplt-:tsnnt cl1fu':1rtc1'istit's is Paul in thc rt-zthn
uf lwiulngy. llc hats ituvt-1' cntt-red thc rlnni' of llulings.
saying that hu pil-furs tu ullztsc Yvixl hut1vi'l'liL's instc-:ul
uf human nncs.
Mics. M.u:i.tN lilcxmclc Blnoitlc, A.I-3.
NICXY RIVIIINIUND Illllll SVIIOUL.
Nlziriun has nut the ft-zu' nf thc rt-st of thc feminine
zuqgregzttiuii i. S.. that nf lu-ing nn nltl mztitl. lntlcctl,
this qiiustirnt was settlwl for her lst-fn1'c sm- crime to
.Xllcgllt-ny wllcu Xlr. Nlntvrt- vleuitlwl that two cuultl
gn tn college as clit-aply :is -mu.
l+'l.m'1r II. Xlmmic, AJS.
ffl A K, K fl? K
I "Nu man shnultl livt- unto himst-lf nlcmcf' --lfloytl
interlurctesl this saying literally :intl tunk unto him-
self xx wift-. lle is ztlvt-ry quiet fcllow. except in thc
rlzissrnmn wliert- hc is Q-vcr rezttly to Agivc at lengthy
mlissertzttion upon any ztssignincllt, 4-specially lrsyclltulugv
nr pltilnsnpliy. llis slcterminzttitm :tml alrility will
living success in his thus:-n lift- xxork of the min-
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S11,,1s 111's11 M111'N'1's11f:11, -111.
1 1111:1.1.1111'1'11:. 121.
l 111:1.1,11:v1'11: 1111111 s1'H11111..
Varsity 'l1:1s111-thall, IQ 111111-1' 1111, 3, 41 171111t1111l1, 41
Illock .X. 11111171 Craft l'1l111, 4.
llelieving that college is Il 11lace 111 which 111 gr11w,
Rush has 111Cl'CZlSE11 fr11111 tw11 l1l111C1fEf1 to t11r1-1- 111111-
111011 211111 tifteeu 1101111115 111111 1111s left 1211 l.:11's1111 f'11'
in 111'r1'11rs 111 this 1'es11e1't. llc has lix'e11 1111 111 his
1111111c, 1111' 1111y finds 111111 1111I'l'f'1l1g over 11111 1'1111111us
111111 night sees 111111 Yllilllllg t11war1l thc 111111 with .
1111111111111 f1'C1ll1CIlCy, 1-v1'11 t111'1-11te11i11g to 111111111 julian
Ross 111 this 11el1'1 as well 11s sclmlastitally.
IC11N.1 I'l1.1zA1111:'1'11 M1'1111'1'1H11, AJS.
XVARKICX 1111111 SCHOOL.
'l'we11tietl1 Century 1f1ul1, 3, 4: Nl. N. S., 4.
,'Xttr:1ct11111s 111 the 11111 111111111 t11w11 O11tNVC1,Yll1C11 any
,Xllr-gl11'11y ha11 to offer 111111 1C1111a left us 11ft1'1' three
a1111 Z1 half years.
11111'i11g these three 111111 ll half
years Shmly 111111 15111111 111111 11e1-11 so Closely 11ss11c111te11
111 the 111111 11111111 that 11111111gs fo11r11l it i1111111ss111lc
to 1'ec1111cile itself t11 1':l111Zl.S uhseuce tl1is last sc111este1',
11111111111 L111'1i1111'1' I1I1'111'11Y, AB.
1!l'II.1,lZVl'1C 1111311 SVIIUOL.
k'111111111s, 1, 2: Quill 1-11111, 3, .11 B1r111e1'11 1,l'lJ1llC111S
L'l11l1. 42 1-12155 llaskethall. 3. 3, 4.
F111111-11 11s ll golfer, a w1'it1-1' 11f verses, Zlllll 11 l11111111r-
ist. X1111'1l11VyS friemls felt t1111t the Rohert 11111111111 111
111s 1111111e 11111 not h11r11111111z1- w1tl1 either 111s su1'1111111e
11111' l1is c11111'11cter1st1cs, s11 it was changed to l'11t. Now
111s 11111-1'c11 name tells the wh11l1- story. 111: is 11110 111
those rare 11111iv111uals w1111 never lets 1'111si11css i11t1'r'
fere w1tl1 pleasure, 111111 the latter may he 111 t111- f1111111
of 1 x1s1t tn I1uli11g's 11111 111 111 '1 tr111 11111111 1111
, Z ' 1 ' t11'.
It is sz1111 that lioh holds the rec111'11 for slow w11lk111g
and for 11111111111 a11111'111'1111c1-s 111 eight-tens.
1'l1,1.11N M1'ss1,1111, A.l1.
R1 CKICI-1SI'tJ1i'l' 1111111 SCHOOL.
St. C'1'c11111. 3, 4: '1'we11t11-111 C1-11t11ry filllli. .13 Girls'
Athletic l111111'11, 1Y1cc-1'1'1fs., .115 lilee i'lul1. 2. 3,
f1.l'Il11Cl', .Og Nl. N. S., 3- 42 lilee-11-lilcct, 3, 4, Mast,
1, 2: Xl1UL'-IITCS., 43: St11111'11t 110VE'1'11111t'l11, 1511.-
'1're11s., s1'1'111111 sc111est1-1', 41: Class Yirc-l'1'13s., 2:
J1111111r 1'1'11111 111111., 3: l'11111'1.x1- 11110111 4.
15111111 1111- time 11171 11111111- 11111' 11e11ut 111 the 1111111-gc
w11r111 11s "l7111ry Klf11111l11'11111" 111 the 1'1111 111 her
c11111's1- sho 1111s been the c1'11t1-11 111 all "fat l1111y" jukes
which sho 1111s taken w1t11 1'11:11'11cteristi1' 3111111 h1111111r,
31111-1-11v1-1'. 11111 is v1'rs11t1l1- :ts 11 glance at h1'1' 11ct11'1t11-s
shows. Nlusiv has 1101111 111'1' chief 1111e1'est, 1111wuv1-1.111111
she 1111s 111rk1-11 her hest 1I'1k'1ll1S 11c1:111'11111gly.
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Q XX n.1,rAn Hicxuy B11,1f:sV, HS.
A X P
XVAYLAND. N. Y.
2 Nl'lilNllYVA'l'l'IR IIIHII SUIIUOI..
liuzcr llu fast 1.
Y In his enthusiasm as a protege of Ilail Ling. Ilill
I ' 0 his unusual histrionic abil-
' L'XCL'lvt once. lvll4l61'1l63Il'l his keen sfivntilii
'X mm-lix-itit-s is a subtle artistic and pllilusulmliical na-
1- wluuli app:-als best to thosu who knww him bus!
-,X llis rn-ally rt-spmnisss anil cummaml nf English make
hun a fnrnnflablc cauzliflate fur thc sharpest urns.-
BIIVIIAIGI, .lus1c1'1'1 l.'1s'1'om', HS.
A Lp A, A T A
ST. JOSI'Il'H'S C'A'l'IIl'lIJIi.XI..
Illlilli l'l'IN'l'KAL Illilll.
Spending most of his campus ilays at XYL-slvrn Rt--
vr, Miki: came to .Xllegheny this fall tn gc! his
L-pskni, XXQ are sorry he Llltlllif cnmc smnn-r, for
nt curly finunl him to be a good sport in 1-very way.
llis smilc- makes yuu fc-el that cvnn S:m's :urn nn!
I 1ll'1icAl,n Tnonrsox Puxlm, HS.
i 4 V
J, B T
Ml'IADYll,I.lC IIIUII SCIIUUI..
tilcn' lilub, 3, 4.
linl you hear that laugh? lt was tcm uprnarinus
in unnt film
'I - 'J anyone except llnc Pinnl. lluc still
cumiiiiivs lu break out in a hearty laugh, clcspitc the
fact that hc has wurn out iiftyni 'i"' l
. 1. - nc pills of smcs
img up anfl slnwu the lull from lmnie. 'l'hat,
lim- possesses ability along 1lL11l'lCl'0llS lincs is shown
bv th f
cl act that he has become engaged aml at thc
sann- tnnc has made his chem profcsso1's think ln'
knows soma-Ilnng about chemistry.
lCAl,l'n BIUORH 1'UXVl'I1,I., HS.
l'01'IIR.KN'l'0X HIGH Nl'Hll0l..
Xlmlcru l'roblems Club, 3,42 'flllglt'Y lliulugival
. 4: .tinlmt benatc, 4. lSfc.b: lllass llaskvt-
bill. I, .:. 31 Ciraft Club, 2. 3. 4. Q'l'rcas., .UQ llun-r
lbu 3. 43 ,luuior Prmn foul., 3.
llulch. :ls a mc-mber uf the senate, contrary In his
1 ure maintains an au' of iliguity anal sii1uu1'nvr knowl-
' ' 1 break the monotony of such an
, cxistciicu hc makes numerous visits to llicliranlfm.
lmpcs some flay to become an M. 11,3 wln-tlicr this
s mule clriver or doctor of incclicim-, wc flo not
knuw, but we arc certain that with his store of cnt-rgy
hc wuuhl make a success of either.
filI'lRAI.D Ilmx l'liA'l'lIl'IR', A.I3.
49 K XP, K CI? K
HIl'lADYll.Ll'I HIGII SUHUOI..
Duzcr Du, .z, 3, 4.
"The wet son Auf a dry judge." Prather sailed
through college with nu apparent ellfort. yet pulling
more than his share nf .X's. At the early age of six f
months Prath started to talk, and his tendency in this
direction has increased in a mathematical progression 2
eyer since. llis fun-loving disposition has earned for
lnm the nainre of the college prankster. lint hehind
all his frivnhty, tht-re is a keenni-ss of judgment and
seriousness that unc would not suspect.
1iI'IlY Itos.n.11c lK1slll':r.L,, AB.
K K 1'
.IOHNSTUXVN IIIGII SUIIOOI..
Girls' Cilce Cluh, 1, 2, 3. 4, f.Xsst. Mgr., 3: Mgr.,
455 Pan-Ilcllenic, 3, fPres., 473 junior llrnin Gun..
3: Vl'omen's Senate, fPres., second senlcste' .UQ M.
N. S., 4.
Ruhalic Rosalie Rishell may sound frivolous and
Ruhalie may appear frivolous but Ruby is a contra-
diction to appearances. Rather. she is a judicimis
combination nf frivnlity, pop, capability, and etliciency. I
To these qualities add tact, diplomacy and a charm-
ing personality. NYith these attrihutes, it is small
wonder that men and girls alike unite in hcing S
staunch admirers of Ruhy.
Jonx S'1'm'1Q:1c IQOAUII, HS. 5
3 A E, fb is qw It
l'l'l'TSFORD. N. Y.
PITTSFURD HIGH SVIIUOL. 1
Class Treas., 22 'Vingley lliolugical Ciluh.
Entering Allegheny with the S. A. T. C., -luhn
had to spend the next year at the University of Ro- "
chester to recover from the effects of army life. llut
he has finally returned to .Xllegheny to complete his
intellectual training. He shirked the price of huying a
text in biology hy committing it to memory for the l
benefit of those of lesser knowledge. john along 5
with the other ninety percent of the class hopes tu hee
Come a doctor and will he found at llarvard next
K.xtriI1n'N C1..uaK Rnnixs, A.B.
23 'I' E
MoN1css1':N niuu svnotn..
llistory and Political Science Club, 3, 3, fYice'
Pres., 45: 'l'wenticth Century fluh, 3, 4: fznnpus
Statl, 2, 3. flfxehange liditor, 453 Assistant in llis-
tory llepartment, 41 Nl. N. S., 4.
Ilistnry is Kathryn's hent. This year she has
assisted in the llistury department and has corrected
maps and quizzes with equal zeal. And as she cle-
notes the same amount of cnergy to recreation as In 4
work, we would say that Kathryn guts a good hit
out of life.
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l -ll1.1.xx I.I4.x1l.xl:'1' Russ, Ali.
4 J fl7AH,fPl3K,A2l',KllDK
Kll'I.XUVlI.l,l'I HIGH St'lItJOI,.
Claws llehzitt-. 1: Yztrsitv ll:-nzxtc-. 2, 3. 4: Classical
Clnlw. 3, 43 l,llllI7-l:l'Zl!1liliIl. 2: lixtL-1iipni':ii1t-mis Speak-
ing. XYinnef. 3.
ri mzxn with an vnnrnwus cglpzicity for stinly.
l,.ff,. -luliznn has infult- a rt-cniwl which has M-lrlum hos-n
SlIUilllCll. 'Hugs-tliei' with lluzic :xnrl l.zn'sun. he has
1 tll-9flIl5lU'lSl'IL'!l hir-nsvlf :is fi renmrkzihle clclxzitcr, VVhilc
withzil very -nn:-t annl unnssuniing, he has recently
rcmlt-11-il himself quilt- umisnictiniiw with him frcquc-nt
nntl zipimzirently successful attempts at llulings. lfnl-
A lowing 11 proft-ssimi with which hc shoultl have some
fi faniilizxrity, hc int:-nsls tn teach p5.'ul1olngy.
llo1w'1'11Y Mn' Sc'1I.xN1'K, A.B.
E T E
M ICA DVI I,I.l'I II lllll NUIIOOIA.
'l'wt-ntieth Ciuntury Clnh, 3, 4: l.s Petit Salon, 4.
lfur four yours lint has uhtuinecl Z1 cnnsidcrzihlc
share nf .Xllcghcny's srlmlastic honors. Shu has also
ohtriint-fl the gnnal-will ztnrl fricntlsliip nf thc stuclt-nts
mul fzicnlty cmnhinc-fl. ln fact tht- Qturlents suhmittcml
to lMt's ptxxctict- toacliing with cxtrcmely gonil gmc:-.
IIICLICX BIARII-I Slulfl-'I-zlcy, KS.
A l' A
HCALI' I,I'fVl'Ill. l'.X.
YYlNUlil'IlC Hlllll HVIIUUI..
lilut-Vu-lilect, .:, 3. 4, tI'rcs., 4: Vast, I, 2, 3. 43:
'l'wt-ntic-th Ventnry Club. 2. 3, 43 tllve Vlnlr, 2, 3, 4,
ffzist, 2: lxt-:tilt-x', 45: XYmttcii's Student Senate. 4.
lxilllt'-l,l'C5.l1 Y. XY. Lf A. Czihinet, J. 3, fYiCc-
Pres., 45: .Xthlctic lioznwl. 2. 3. 4, fSCC.-illl'L'Zlh., 2, 35:
St. lic-cilia Vluh, 2, 3, KSQ-c.-'l'1's:is., 43g illnss Speak:-i'
l Xlnving-l'11 llziy, 3: 'llinglcy ldnlugical tlluh, 42 Nl.
A N. S.. 4.
l lfrnnl her fra-slnnan mlzivs, ll:-lvn has plriyccl a leml-
l ing Vnlc in Czlnllrus activities. ciilpllzlsis on tlrzmlzltins.
Slit' has the cllicicncy that gets things cluncfsolving
nnknuwns in clit-in lah, nttenrling cuuntlesslmeetings,
tixing llnlings' lights :intl Ewing tu ths nmvu-s are :ill
in hcr tlny's pmerznn. 'llhe llzill loses 11 valuable
nlcmlmur when llc-len guns out to scck new worlds to
fll-It'II. M.xYN.uum SllI'.XIAt'lIlCR. BS.
A X l', A X I
Bll'f.XUVlLl.l'I HIGH Nl'HU01'..
skin K L1-cil interruptt-tl his cnllegt- cnnrse in nrmlci' to he
"iw, gmtluzitcsl with the class nf 'twciityftlirt-Q. .Ks an
I ziutnniuhilc- fun he vit-s with tIi't-t-nltliitl, :md 1154 :1
K. y chemist hc has he-cn so mit-iwqt-tit' thzit his friem'lSlii1ss
1 .f . - .
h ',.5LfNQwM-it-ffvatsau linvxaiiltnvii 1F'stv1'lhtf.fil Ianni! the must part to his fellow-
l XXUY ilh Ill glllllglf tl .
FCDCQ ,QD .
J ffmzfp I
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ex 4 A ij 11 ,7
.M K S' fa A' '
I 1223 W 9 Q
ICAT1-IICRINIG IAlI'lSl'I Slnxmxs, Ali.
A X sz f
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NUI lNliS'l'0XI N. OHIO. 4'
SOIUIIII IIIGII SVIIOOI.. YOI'N1iS'l'UYVN. '
Stunln-nt Government, 4 3, 4. f1'res.. 45: French
fluh. 3, 4: Twentieth C1-ntLn'y flnh. 3, 4: Y. XY. K' I
fzlhinet, J, 3. l'l'1'e:xs., zl: .Xthlt-lic liuzirtl, 3. 3, lk
nnis Mgr., 3,1 Klee-it-lileet, 41 Itzisliingtun llirth- '
clay lizmquet Ibm., .ig M. N. S,. 4. l f
Kznherine has lmecn on Stnrlent tiwvernnn-nt since
her freshman year. which spezil-cs well fur Iizttlierine. 7
llnwever, she is nut the typical awe-spiring presitlent
of a Xlmnzxns henute, heefxuse her smile helies :my
severei' pose she muy attempt. bhe has always hml
time for an l1lllWClll'V1llJlL' :mmnnt nf wurk hut no girl
I'ruhlems Clnh. 2, 31 fulla-ge lizlntl. I. J.
c llall has spent more time in reerezitiuii.
IqI'INNI'I'l'lI .X1.1f1cl1:1r SMITII, A.I3.
4: A 9
S.XI'iliI'IK'l'UXVN HIGH SUIIOUI..
'stnry :mtl Political Seienee liluh, 2. zz Nluzlerii
Completing his enllege course in three year: hzis ,
uecupn-tl the greater part nf txt-n's time. This filet '
enmhinenl with zx pleasing :mil ngreezilale mlispnsitinn has
ezxrnefl him the respect :mil zulniirzitiun ut his fellmv Ni
students. Ile is sn nmmlest as tn he :ilmnst irritzxting.
Xll his "hlun'ing" is cnnlinecl to the enrnel :mtl on Sli jf
this instrument 'lhe's gut hut lips". f f
S,-XMI'l'II. M. Slxxlclis, ILS. 5
fp A K 21
'r.ucr3N'1'x'M, lux. "I
'I'.XKEN'l'l'lNI HIGH HUIIUUI.. '
Tingley llinlngicztl lluh: 'lirack Squznl. I.
VVhile Sam is small in stature. it is sairl that he l
occupies Z1 large place in the heart of Il certain fair 5
hlonde. llc spends most of his clnys in the hugs luh l
'mil most of his nights in the near vicinity. Sum '
hopes to necnme a surgeon :mtl win a great name fm'
himself, hut helieves that :1 course in fnssing is nh- ,
snlntely essential for the well rnnnflul man. V.
S.u:,xIl IC. S'l'IlIiI.l-I. A.I3.
RI'I+'FSD.Xl.lC. I'.X. Y
ILXST III'N'l'INll'l'I5N IIIHII SVIIUOI.. X
'l'wen1ieth i'c-nturx' l'luh. 4: flzlssieal Vluh, 3, CSec'.- l
'I'i'e:1s., 45: Nl. N. S., 4. -
Sarah seems sznistietl with Nlezxrlville eweept tm wa
thnse rzxre oeezxsions when the enurse nf true love is .
nut running snmoth. Then she expresses :1 prefer- ,
ence for lfrie ul' Africa. llut in spite of hrr his- 4 .
ttwiezll knnwlexlue ni .X'I:l'lL'!l. ni' perlmps heczmse of it. 'H K
we are sure that Xlexulville nr lirie will keep Snrzth
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1 I1l'lllA E'1'NA S'r1m1tss, A.B.
Ml'lADVlI.I.l'I HIGH Nt'lIO0I,.
l,t- Petit Salou.
hut hui' int:-rt-sts on tht- llill han- hy no means intur-
guns tu classes with us fm' four years
hm' interests rluwntuwn. XYhile we clfu
thc sincerity of ht-i' fueling for us, we
hm' decpvst fueling is rcservcfl for Nearl-
lC1'H1f:1, MA1u:.tlu-:T Swaxsux, A.H.
NlIliFFllCI.D HIGH SUIIOOI..
l lx Petit balun, 3, 4.
t last year having cumpletctl her work a
Sho lr-it with tht- llall tht- ra-memhrauce
of littmur. Shu loft with her fricmls
xiystifying l'k'l't'l'Cllft' tu hill :mtl tialu.
lllIAlil.lCS S'lxxNl.l4:Y 'llIl1tliI'llN, A.H.
rj! Ml'IKIlYlLI.l'I. l'.X.
Nll'1.XDYllll.lC HIHII SVIIUHI..
X V ,
" Stmlcnt Yultiixtccr llaml. 1. 1, 3. 4: Vlassical t'luh.
96" I 3. 1: 'l'lmluurt1 fluh. i. J: l'llllH'i'.lAZl!Il'illll Oratorival
5 tmm-st. 3: lit-clamatitm tlmtt-st, 2: fha-ss Ciluh, 1:
' ' 4. incl. 5: Plxilnsupliy lla-pt. Assistant,
,1 5 phy l luh, 4.
X Stanley has uphc-lml his t-ml in tht- rcligiuus nv-
H "iti0-s of 1-luv collt-gt-. NL'l'YllIj,l in tht- Y. Xl.. ll. .X.
1 :mil in various clulws. ,Xlxxays accmummlatmg aml
' mxious tu hclp. Stanlvy is wt-ll known till the llalnpus.
llis mtuxtimm to taht- fnrtlit-1' rt-ligious training :mfl
thu! to ittltitt to llulta is tylniral of thc nuuiy Tho-
lmrus uhiuh .Xllcglit-ny has gvznlxlatctl aml of wlmm
sht- is justly lmwml. Nlai Stanluy live up to thc graurl
nhl family name which has mt-ant su much tu the
wurlml antl uhich is almost syiimiyimms with Alle-
ll glut-ity. llt- has ma4lu a time In-giiming.
gf Il.xl:um'1' l,ll'lRt'l'l 'l'1'1'I's, A.B.
ll A X 92
,l I Slll'lFl"Il'il,l7 fllilll NUHUOL.
l 'l'xxuntietln l'eutui'y Vluh. 3. 4: llistory :mtl Political
Frivncc flulr. 2, tScC.. 3, -H.
llarriet slwws a rmmnt-utlalylc 1-ntliusiasm at hasket-
hall gamcs fm' a ltistory assistant, lleing an ins
sti'tu'tress. shc is, trut- tu type. minus a heart hut we
E hut- heaiwl that it is in saft- keeping, .Xu azgrc
X ich hox is 11 strangt' pussr-ssion for a-prospcvtivc
Z I l'l1i Ilvta hut it is mic of llari'igt's cluncest which
, - -4 tmly her fricmls au- pcrmittcnl tu inspect.
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DIARY A1.1C1.x Toinxl, AB.
K li 1'
Mi'KlCI'ISl'0R'l' HIGH SCIIOOI..
Quill Cluh, 2, 3. 4, tSee., 372 Literary Monthly
Staff. 3, flislitor, 43: Kalilrnu Stati, 2. 3. Ckssneiate
Iitlitnr, .Og Publications lloartl, QS:-c., 471 Nl. N. S.,
.'X. 'l'ohin is too loquacinus antl teniperamental ta
he eonclenseml into Il hack-xxriter's paragraph. She is
a poet, an author, a literary critic, a long-rlistanee
hiker tMea4lville tn Canihriclgej, assistant hat-ezitclier,
an .X stuclent who is hrilliant enough to keep it quiet,
and a so-called college case withal. Tolxin aspires to
a career as feature-u'1'iter nn the New York Times,
but perhaps ten years or so of a career will exhaust
the lure of the print-shop. aucl 'liohin may yet capture
a C'rou'n Prince.
I"1.o1u ANTo1N1':'1"1'14: 'l'1:1cNoI"1'11, A.l3.
A X 12
S IIEI"l"IICI.D ll IG H SCHOOL.
Campus Staff, 1, 1, fkssociate lirlitnr, 35: fllee
Clulw. z, 3: Quill Cluh, 2, 3: lx Petit Salon. 3: l.i-
hrary Assistant. 1. J. 3: 'llventietll Century Clulm, 3.
lflura has ilnne well in three years what the rest of
us have managerl to rlo in four. Tn faet she has
gone us some better hy grasluatiug with hetter marks.
acquiring more activities auil securing a fraternity
pin which means all that it implies.
Dux .Iulisox XYAN llizmximl-111, A.lrI.
E A E
SlIlCl'ARIl L'OI.Ll-IGIC S'l'A'l'IC NORMAL SCHOOL.
Y. Xl. C. .X. Cahinet, 1. J. 31 'l'hohurn Club, 1. J. 3.
Leaving Allegheny his junior year to he of service my
to the woihl by teaching and preaching, Van Ile- Wi
vauiler returned this yc-ar to leave again as a full- fy!
Herlgeml Allcglicnian. XYhile carrying the worklwitli
his fellow seniors in the class ronm, he has Cilflfllllltffl 'Ml
to successfully serve in his capacity as a Methmlist l tl
minister. ll E
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Cast, 1: Y. NN". C. A. Cabinet, 2, .L fSc-Q., 25: Glee
Cluh, 1, 2, 3: St. Cecilia Club, 3: Twentieth Century
Clulm, 3, Cullegf: Choir, 32 H. N. S., 31 Pllilosopliy
Club, 3. l VM
Capability anfl willingness are traits which Mary l 2 my
possesses in cnviahle abunrlance. She can mln more. and lg A
she will tlo more than almost any girl in the llall. 5 '
and all with the most infectious good humor. True, l
she can make more noise than any other senior, hut V M .yi
no one minrls noise if Mary mal-:es it. , ' A
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NICXX' BRIILIITUX, PA.
NICXV IRICIGIITON HIGH SVIIUOI..
Xarsity lfootlmall, 3, 4g lllock A fluh, 3, 41 Class
liasketlrall, 1, 2, 3. 4: liuzer llu, 3, 3, fYice-Pres.,
Mgr.. 43: YYashington llirthday lianquet ffjlll., 3Q
L'hairman junior Prom. 33 Manager lialdron, .21 lien-
eral Xlanager Vulvlications, .SC Y. Xl. Ci. A. Cabi-
Like lloppy Miller, llud decided that he would
rather play football than try to surpass 'l'hohurn in
the race for Phi Ileta Kappa, hut he has not conlined
his activity to athletics alone. .Ks a cosmopolitan man
he has managed everything from publications to dra-
tnatics, and more than that, has made au ettort to
further enlarge his education hy mingling in down-
town as well as collegiate social circles. VVhile an
energetic chemist, he has never been seen chewing
llIl.XRLl'lS Rtllllilfl' Wninicick, B.S.
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1VIl'lAlN'll.I.I'l lllllll SUIIOUI..
Yarsity Track. 1. 2, 3, tliaptain, 43: Penn Relay
Team. zz Varsity Vross Country. 3: lilock .X Clulm, z,
3. 43 .Xssistant in Vhemistry. 4.
Chuck. during the past year, has punished his fel-
low workers at Varnegie llall with all kinds of puns
'pon every subject. liut he more than makes up for
this failing by ht-ing a very thorough student of ehem-
istry and also one of the best uuarter milers Allegheny
has ever had. lle keeps in training hy running up
the hill from home for classes.
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SHARON lllllll SCIIOUI..
Kraft lilub, 41 flass 'l'reasurer, 3: 'lirack Squad. 2.
Not wanting to have it said that he was graduated
with the S. A. 'l'. f. class, P. R. interrupted his col-
lege course to receive his diploma with the class of
twenty-three. .Xs a fusser he has made a record
of Frank jolly. .Xlways
which' almost surpasses that
immaculate and perfectly groomed P. R. adds a de-
college days, as he gal-
from an heiress to a
citled romantic touch to his
lantly entertains everything
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BI"l'I.l-IK HIGH SCIIOUL.
President Senior Class: llaskethall Squad, 1, Yar-
sity, 3, 3, 41 lllock .X Cluh, 2, 3, 4, tlreas., 33: Stu-
dent Senate, 4, tX'ice-1'res.J1 Junior Prom Com., 3,
Modern Problems, 3, 4.
Speaking of lines, you missed something, girls, if
you haven't heard XVise's. lf you don't helieve that
this good looking chap can talk, ask Dr. L'hureh if
hc doesn't hclieve that VYise would make a good de-
hater on the subject, 'AResolved, that all parties should
have twelve o'cloek permission". Not happy if he
isu't running something. Ya-rn is applying his execu-
tive ahility in piloting the Senior Class. Next year
he intends to open up an agency for printing Pan-
doras at his fatht-r's printing estahlislmieut in liutler.
That he will he missed on the basketball rloor goes
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W'ithin a Social whirl.
Heartless, but 110 wonder-
He gave it to his girl!
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The Class of 1924
SANIVICI. A. .XI.'I'l'Il1
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Them We1'e The Days
Many elmnges have eonie about sinee we sat up that night in old Arter
Ilouse, building our air-ezlstles and telling how fire were going to spend our
four lvezirs :it Alleglieny.
Over tivo yl'Zll'S have passed sinee then, und welre -luniors now. XVe're still
living daiy for daivg now looking forward to that tive-thousund dollar job, and
now looking huek to that time when we ellzlsed down to the ll. und H. Ilzill at
5 ai. ni. to pruetiee songs :ind eheers tor the xVZlSlllllgl't0ll lslirtlulziy Bzuiquet.
We llilVQll'i revolutionized the old eollege yet. lt goes on the saune as ever
when we go home over the week-end. -luniors zirenlt so inueh. Bill. And we
feel niueh luunhler than we did when we jumped oti' the old Erie for the tirst
There is no Arter House now, no Soph-Senior banquets t'l'6lll9lllllPl' the
time they went to I'Irie?l. no liziir-euttiug. not even :1 hV2lSlllllQf0ll Birth-
day Banquet this year. But we have some things we didn't have then.
XVQ-,re secretory of this eluh and elnlirlnau of that eluhg we're on the varsity
tive :ind eleveng xve're editors of the puhlieatioiisg we're lll2lllZlQ.I0l'S of the tezunsg
the fi-osh and sophs respeet usg S0lll0i'llllCS the profs even will us hy our tirst
But it doesn't nieun anything. Give us il night hack in old Arter House
with its hezitless heaters. its broken windows, its sziggiiig floors, its hull ses-
sions, and its rougli-houses!
Arfrieu, SAMUI-:L .Xsnia .... ..
BARNES, SYLVIA NI.xric:.xR1-:'r. ..
BERLIN, lueoxoius .Xnrgi.INi3. .
lliaxkv, XYIRGINIA l.oi'lsic.
llmn. DONALD Pixel.. ,.
Rises, ICVERET1' tlmxxi.. . , ..
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Rowsiaic, -li-:AXE Rrgiuzecx .... .,.. .
llovn, llr:1.IcN Nlixlncl.1Nl1: ....., ,
lluioos, EIYITH llouorllv MAY..
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Yours for Auld Laing Syne,
TIIIG t'l,.xss or '24,
. ....... , ....,................... . . . Pziruassus
'Hllukes Dainty C'loIl1r.v Loxt 1,m1gU"' f
",S'tt1l1lv yet .-lrfi.s'!1'1'4'
",lIihi und ,l.'ell0ft"'
"As Good NX the .xvtllllt
t'Om' nf' the 57"
"fudge for lv0!1l'Jf'tf.' A
l'nn11g ,Urn mul .llen llvho Stay l'r11J,g"
. ...... ...,...... . ..... .... . ...liittzinuing
"Good to Ihr l.a.vf Sqnvvst V A .
"For flu' .llrul Iiillfl C-tH'L'.Y ,
K'Q1ru1if,v First" A
"Best of lf:'vf'j' Turn' I
H.'i,Qt'l1 fu ilu' l1'ootl"'
.. ...... ,.... .. ..... ...... il lemlville
",-tt Your Sei'-z'1'fc" 1 b
"Y1'I'0l' Grlx on lvnm' Xt'r't'u Q
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"ll'or'Ia,v ll'lzilr You Sfurff'
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CLARK, RALPH A ....... ...........,....... ............. ..... M e a dville
"Eventually, Why Not Now?"
COALE, DONALD HOWARD. .. ...................................... .... W arren, O.
"Have You Had Your Iran To-day?"
CROSBY, FANNIE ......... ... ......... . ........................ . . .Meadville
"Look What HorliL'k's Did for Me" ul
CURRY, GERTRUDE RUTH .... .. . .......... .... .......... . ....... .... M e a dville
"Barrelled Sunlight" I
CUSICK, CHARLES LEROY .... ............ . .......... ................. . . .Pittsburgh
"Works Naturally but Forms no Habits"
DAVIES, SAMUEL EUGENE. . . .......... . . . . ........., . ............. .... O il City
"Trams the Hair"'
DAVIS, LILLIAN BIERRILL. . . ...,.... ... ............ . ..... . . .CoIumbus, O.
"Deliciously Refreshing" t
DEVORE, LEROY CLARENCE .... .................... . ..... . . .Meadville
"Take Home a Brick"
DOOLITTLE, IWSERRILL xN7ARD. . . ...I.... . ............... .... C orry
- "There's a Reason" . . h t
DORWORTH, NIARY CECILIA. . . ...... l . . . . .. ...,............. . . .Oxl City
"Smiles Right Back at You" r
1jUNDON, ROSCOE C. . . . . ............... ............. .... E d mboro
"Rough on Rats"
EATON, ROBERT PIERSON ............................................. y.. I ..-- Warren
"Good Jllorning, Hare You Used Pears' .
ELLSWORT1-I, RICHARD NN.-XTSON, ....................... ....... . ...,. .... 3 I eadvllie
"Tougher than Elephanfs Hide"
FIELDING, RALPH EDWIN ...... ............,......... . .......... -.-. D 0 H073
'Quality Goes Clear Through" .
FRIEND, CLYDE L ........ ......,.... . ...............,.. . --CIHINOH
FRIES, JOHN JOSEPH ....
CAGE. CHASE RICHARD ....
GASTEIGER, EDGAR LIONEL. . .
GEALY, WENDELL BAUM ........
"The Housewifels' Friend"
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"His Master's Voire"
GILMORE, FLORENCE ISARELLE. . . . . , .,...,.. . .... ..,.... . ..... . . . . .
GOODWIN, IQENNARD HILL ...,
GRANT, RU-:H .,....,,...,. .
HAPPELL, GEORGE EDWARD ....
IIAVICE, CHARLES VVILLIAM. . .
HUMMER, HARRY DAVID ......
IINGRAHAM, DONALD RIDDLE ....
IRVVIN, DOROTHY BEI.!.E ,...
JONES, RUTH ELEANOR .......
JOYCE, BLANCHE GREENLEAF...
"Makes Kitchen Work u Joy"
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. .... . ........ Erie
.. . . . . . . .Meadville
. .. .. .Oil City
. . . . Sandy Lake
... . . . . .Meadville
. .Parker's Landing
. . . . . . Saegertown
. . . .Oil City
. . ,Meadville
. . .Townville
. . . . . . . .Meadville
. .Southvil1e, Mass.
. . . . . . . .Meadville
IQINKAID, WALKER W .......... ..........,............ . . .McKeesport
"The Tories are Clear" '
ICIRKPATRICK, HAROLD EVERETT .... ....................... ..... M e adville
'ABuilt for Service"
ICNAPP, HORACE BYRON .,...... .................... . . .Conneautville
"Note the Notes" .
KUDER, IQATHERINE ......... ....................,........ .... M e advllle
"The Girl You Can't Forget" ,
LAFFER, ELLEN ELIZABETH ..... .,,.......................... . ..MeadvxlIe
"Just Another Dodge" .
LEEEINGWELL, WILLIAM -LAURENS ................................... ..... M eadville
'LThe Man with the Cedar Chest" l
LILLIE, HOWARD RUSSELL ........ ................................ .... R I pley, N. Y.
"All That the Name Impliesu
LING, RUTH ......... ............................. .... M e adville
"Styled for Young Men"
LOI-iz, FLORIAN JOSEPH . . . ,.,. ................. ............. . . ,Meadville
"Culti1'ate Your Musical Bump"
LoRz, THEODORE ............... .................................. . . .Meadville
RICDONALD, MARTIIA CATHERINE .... ...,...................... . ..ReyI1oldsvilIe
"A New Jar for Lien"
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MCQUISTON, SARA LUCILE ............ ........................ L ..............
"Splendid for Children and Good for Young Men"
MACELROY, WILLIAM D . . .. ..... .... .
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MILES, CLYDE CECIL ...... ...........................,.......
"I'd Walk a Mile for a Camel"
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"Di.vlinctif'e and Classy"
NIINCH, NIARION MINI-:RvA. , .
MOI-'FATT, JOSEPH CARL. . .
MOOK, ARDEN D .......... ................. ..... .......
"It's All in Knorviug Hou"'
MORGAN, DOROTHY MARY ,... ..........,.................
MORLEY, HUBERT ..,........ . .......,................................ .
"Save the Surface and You Save All"
NIORROW, KATHARINE SYBILLA .....................................,...
BIQOSIER, AYLEEN NIARIE ...... .....,.....,.........
"Good to Lool: AW
NUNN, LAWRENCE HILL .... ...... ........ ..... , ...,... . .
A "Known the lflforld Over"
OLSEN, TILLIE MARIE ....... ............. . ...........,,..,.... .
"The I,lI0l'l0g1'l1f7h with n Soul"
PARKER, NVILLIAM JEROME, JR. . . ...............,............ . . . .
PATTISON, LAWRENCE T ...... ...................... . . . .
PERKINS, HARRIET JOSEPHINE. .. ...................,. . . . .
"Say It with Flowers"
PRATT, ROBERT VVILLIAM .... ................. ......
"Time to Re-tire"
QUINLON, MARGARET .... .......................... ...., ....
"The Skin You Love to Touch"
QUINN, DAVID EDWIN .... . .................................,... ..
"Goes a Long Way to Nlake Friends"
RANKIN, DIARY MCCLURE. . . ..... ,... ............................ . . . .
, KAHH1'6 You a Little Fairy in Your Home"
REED, DOROTHY .ALBERTA .... .............................. .....,... . .
"An Automatic Sffont'
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REYNOLDS, ELSIE ELIZABETH. . .
RICE, HARRY H ........ ..
ROACH, JAXLICE STOVER ........
ROBINSON, HELEN GERTRUDE .... .,......................
Hlllild Yet Satisfying"
ROBINSON, KATHRYN . . .................. . .................... ..
' "They Keep Yon Looking at Your Best"
ROSE, DORA NIILDRED .... ...................,..........................
"Rivals the Beauty of the Scarlet Tanageru
SEYBOLD, SEWARD ......... ...............................,.........,..
SHIVELY, VVALTER FREECE. . . ..............,...... . . . .
"Bert in the Long Run"
SHULTZ, PAUL HOWARD ...... .............,..........
"Your Nose Knouml'
SIEDLE, THEODORE ANTHONY .... ..............,. .....
"System and Efficiency"
SKELTON, ALICE .......... ............................
"MrIkes Life's VVal1e Easy"
SMITH, XVILLIAM IIOVVARD. . . ...................... . . . .
"One in Every Home"
STEWART, JULIANA DALE ...... ...................................
"The Girl with tlre l'Vona'erfnl Eyes"
TANNEHILL, WILLARD FRANCIS ....,......................................
"lVon't Injnre Anything Pure W'ater lfVon't H
TEFFT, CHARLES EWIG ...................................................
"A First National .-1ttraetiov1"
TITUS, NELLIE ELIZABETH, . . ...................................... . . .
' "Ax Accurate and Dependable as a Clark"
WEBB, .ARTHUR BATES ,...... .........................................
"The Strong Arm of Indu.x'try"
VVEIGEL, CHARLES BELKNAP ..............................................
4'We Are Advertiseal by Our Loring Friends"
WICKHAM, BIARY BLANCHARD .....,.....................................
"The Ham lflrllflt Am"
WRIGHT, LESLIE ORIN ............ ..............,...........
Hllflakes L1 Big Front"
VVRIGI-IT, MATTHEW VICTOR, JR .......,.......................,..
"All That the Name I1llf'l1.EJH
. . . .WilkinSburg
. . .YOungStOwrI, O.
..Gowanda, N. Y,
.. . . . . .Coraopolis
. . .McKeespO1't
. . . .Saegertown
. . .Youngstown, O.
. , ...Union City
. . . .-Meadville
. . . .Meadville
. . . .Springboro
. . . . . . .Cochranton
. . . . . . . .Pittsburgh
. . . . .Meadville
.. . .VVellSville, O.
, . .'MCKeeSport
. . . .McKean
. . . .Meadville
. . .PittSford, N. Y.
. . .New Florence
. . .North Braddock
. . New Kensington
. . . . . . . .Lamartine
. . .Turtle Creek
. . ...... Erie
. . . . .Sheffield
. . .Turtle Creek
. . .Edgewood
. , .IrwiII
. . . Barnes
. . . .Meadville
. . . . . . . .Rochester
Jamestown, N. Y.
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The Class of 1925
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A Sophomorefs Dream
Even the lowly college brain has dreams, nay sometimes visions. This is
one that appeared to our class historian during one of the late vesper services.
Its profound significance and verisimilitude tfor meaning see a member of
Bim's S :10'sl were so striking that he could not resist dropping in at the Kal-
dron otiice and telling it to the staff.
The flllllly part of it is I wasuit sleeping, honest I wasnit,-couldn't in fact,
-lake was leaning on me so bloomin' hard, but I had just closed my eyes a
minute, to rest a little you know, wl1en the whole thing came to me. You can
believe it or not, but there up on a pile of clouds I saw the book-keeping set of
Gabriel all spread out for the inspection of the faculty. You needn't laugh
about the faculty being there-it's only a lll'l?fl'lll. And there in gold aml
blue was the page for Allegheny, year of 1023, with scores for each class, and,
well,-l'm not making this up, but 1025 led all the restf-yes sir. it was way
ahead. The column went something like this:4
Septf-For nobly refusing to steal doorsteps for the football rally, but
nevertheless arriving with the goods ............................... I0
Oct.-For saving Allegheny the rep of employing prison labor, by refrain-
ing from fancy work on Freslunan scalps ........................... 25
Nov.+l4'or having in its midst the authors of the pep song ............... 10
tNote by St. l'eter:-1Vhen ,25 sings this song there is great ditii-
culty in keeping the heavenly band from striking up.l
llec.-For firmly preventing the appearance of such charming atrocities as
purple socks with yellow polka dots and other striking favorites of
the simple minded youth of '20 .................................... 10
-lan.-YI4'or the fine cooperation among members during mid-terms, thus
preventing the loss of even one goat from the flock ................. .
Mar.-For production of -I. -I. llousseaux's dernier cri "Les Femmes
Fortesf' The entire cast with one or two exceptions belonged to tl1e
class of '2.1 ...................................................... 10
April-For the most regular attendance at spring classes in the Art of
Making 'lim Fall, held at Hulings-laboratory work on the campus.. 10
June-For the many intelligent faces, set in intelligent lines, and beaming
with intelligent interest belonging to the class of '23 that appear in
the pages of the Kaldron. These do much to elevate the tone of the
book, and the editors are warmly appreciative ..................... 10
Grand Total ................ . . . ..... . . 100
Necessary credits for admission are only 100 points, i. e, 100241 perfect.
St. Michael and the rest are mighty glad to know that '25 is coming right along,
and stand ready with open wings to welcome the members of the class Zllly
time they want to arrive. .
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ALLEEAGH, THEODORE HENRY .... ...............................
"I Ain't Nobodylv Darling"
ANDERSON, ELMER SIGERED. .. ................. .,.... . ...
ANDERSON, FRANCES MARY. .. ......................... . .... ... . . .
t'lfVhen Frances Dance.: lflfith life"
ARNOLD, ELIZABETH ...... . .......,................. . . . . . . . .
"My Cairo Love"
BAKER, THOMAS SHERIDAN ....
"Just a Little Love Song"
BATES, ELIZABETH .... ................ ........ . . .
"IV: Up to You"
BAUM, HERBERT CALVIN .... ..................
BAUM, OLIVE RUTH. .. . ..................... . . ..
"No Wonder I'1n Blue"
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BLACKWELL, LEWIS S ......
BLANCHARD, DONOVAN C ....
BLISS, HOMER AUSTIN ............,. ............... .......
"Baby Blue Eyes"
BRAUN, GEORGE RAYMOND DEwEY .,.. .......................
"Take a Little Wife"
BRAUN, LOUIS A ................ .....................
BRENDELL, LLOYD JOHNSTON .... .. . ...,.....,.....,..,.... . . . .
"All Over Nothing At All"
BREW, EUGENE JAMES ....... ........................... .............,.
"Cleef But 1 Hate To Go Home Alone"
BRYDLE, HARRIET ADELL .... ..... E .........,............ . .. ....... ..
BUNCE, WILLIAM F ......... ............,....... ............... , .... .
"My Home Town ls A One Horse Town"
CADWELL, MARVIN HERBERT .....................,.........................
"OM How I Hate To Get Up In The Morning"
CARLETON, HAROLD ROBERT ...,...........,........... .............. .....
"lfVatch Your Step"
CHILCOTE, VIRGIL ANGELO .... ................ . ............
"Dear Little Boy of Mine"
COLBERT, IRENE SHEPHERD .... ............................
COLEMAN, STEWART E. . , .
COLLOM, HAROLD LIBERTY.
MARGUERITE IRENE. , . .
MARIAN AYLEEN ....
COURTNEY MILLER ....
WILLIAM JESS ....
DAVENPORT, ELEANOR ..
DAVIDS, CORA DOROTIiY ....
DAVIS, EVERETT RANKIN ....
"My Sweet Gal"
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DEAN, RODNEY GEORGE. .. ................. .. ,.
"'lil1crc'.s- Only Ona"
DEBOLT, VIRGINIA ....... ..........................
"In Sunny Spain"
DEMMLER, RALPII IIENRY .... ..................,. ...........,..
"lu tlzc' Little Keri S1'l100llml:.vc','
DENISON, ROBERT RUSSELL. .. ..................,.......... .,...
DEN'NEY, LEE ,T ........... ..........................
"Lea:-e Mc with a Smile"
DICKSON, HAZEL FAY .... . I
"In an Old-Faxlimned lo'zi.'n"
DOUGHERTY, BIARGARET .... ...............................
DRAKE, FRANCIS A., JR... .........
. . . .Emlenton
., . .Oil City
. .... . .Tiona
. . . .Pittsburgh
. . . . Lottsville
. . . . . Meadville
. . . .Beaver Falls
. . . . . Beaver Falls
. . .Pennington, N. I.
. . . . . . . .Meadville
. . Jefferson, Ohio
. . . . . .Pittsburgh
. . . . .Bellevue
. . Connellsville
. . . .Conneaut, Ohio
. . .Niles, Ohio
.. . . . .Franklin
. . . .Homer City
. . . .Pittsburgh
. . . .Rcnovo
. . . ,Meadville
. . . .Meadville
. . . Meadville
. . . . .Erie
. . . . . . . Meadville
. . .Elmira, N. Y.
. . .Vanrlergrift
. . . .Waynesburg
. . . .Pittsburgh
. . . . VVarren, O.
. . . . Ashtabula, O.
. . . Jamestown, N. Y.
. . . .Olean, N. Y.
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DUNMIRE, HAROLD JAMES .... .......................... .... F r anklin
UDUJIFE and Grow Thin"
DYCKES, WALTER FISHER... ..................... ..... C orry
ELLIOTT, RUTH txNNA ..... ................ , , ,Meadville
FARRELL, JAMES RENO. .. ................ .... C orry
FISHER, NELLIS HARTLEY. . . ...................... . . .Butler
"Some Sunny Day"
FRANK, JOSEPH BRUNO... .................... ,..... ........ ...... E I i e
"lfViIl She Come from the East"
FRY, HELEN JONES .... ................................. .... S c ottdale
"Keep the Home Fires Burning"
FRY, KENNETH BELNAP .... .................,................. . ..Meadville
"Don't Think You'll Be Missed"
FULLER, KATHRYN LENORE... .,.............................. ..... S pringboro
FULLER, ROBERT HENRY. . . ........,................... . . .Ashtabu1a, O,
"Just Because You're You"
GEER, WESLEY GORDON ...,..... .......,... .................. .... W a r ren
"Deedle Deedle Dum"
GOODNOUGI-I, FRANCES MIRIAM .... .......,................... ........ E r ie
"Say It 1fVl1ile Dancing"
GOODWIN, DAVID WRIGHT ...... ..................... , .Berea, Calif.
GOURLEYJ GLADYS .........,. . . ....... ................. . . .Turtle Creek
"Just That One Hour"
GREENWOOD, ROBERT LEROY .... ........... . ..... ...... .,...... E r i e
GRIMALDI, JOHN ............. ................. . . .Meadville
HAINES, KATHERINE ELIZABETH .... ................. . ..Warren, 0.
HAMMETT, CHARLES EDWARD, JR. . . . ................... .. .Meadville
1 "Pm Juxt Wild"
IIARTZELL, EUGENE HENRY ..... .................... . .... B ranchton
"Say It with Music"
HAYES, ROBERT RUSSELL. . . , . .. . .. ........................., ...Black Lick
"I Love the Lassiesn
IIILDERBRAND, GRACE HARDIE ......................................... . . . .Wampum
"Every Little Miss Must Hare a Mister"
HILEMAN, MILDRED BIARGARET. ...,.................. . .............., ..... M onessen
"SIie's a Mean Job"
HOLMES, GLADYS DOROTHY. .. ...................... Le Roy, N. Y.
HOUGH, FRED W ....... ....................... . ..... M eadville
"Pack Up Your Sins"
HOUGI-I, SETII ELMER. .. ......................... . . .Meadville
"Are You from Heaz'en!"'
HOWE, MARION FLOWER ,... ................................. .... M e rcer
"Howe Ya Gonna Keep Him"
Hoy, ELEANOR ....,...... ............................... .... 0 i 1 City
HUMMER, BESSIE JOY ...... ............ .... T i tusville
HUMPHREY, HARRIET CLARK... ...................... .... U nion City
"Come on Horne" l
INGRAM, CLARENCE H., JR .... ............. , 3 ..... .... P Ittsburgh
JAMIESON, JOHN LEE ........ ................................ .... F r edonia
"Oh! Johnny! Oh! Johnny Oh!" .
fJEANNERAT, REBA BLANCHE .... ............................... .... C 51 anon
"Oh Frenchy" '
JOHNSON, CHARLOTTE G ...... ....................... ......... , . . .. .Meadvxlle
"Let the Rest of the World Go By" l
JOYCE, FLORENCE MASON. . . .......... , ......................... . . .Meadvllle
"Just Like a Doll" I
JUDD, MARION LAWRENCE. .. ....................... .. .Meadvlllvl
'ifust a Love Nest" '
KENT, JOHN IRWIN .... ............,. ....... .... M C H dvllle
KERR, MARY WIIRGINIA ...... ......................... ..... O a kmont
KING, CARRIE ELIZABETH .... ................. I Ashtabula, 0.
KITCHEN, JEAN MACPHERSON... ............,....... .....-.--- E fle
"Leave It to Jane" , ,
KUNTZ, WILLARD A .... .......................... .--- T 1 tU5V11l9
"Just Keep a Thought"
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LANGWORTI-Iv, LUCILE A ....
LEEPER, ROBERT VVARD ....
LITTLE, CLIFTON TALMADGE...
LOGAN, HARRY C .........
LOVE, NIILDRED EvELvN. . .
LUCAS, VICTOR EDWARD ....
McCoLLUIvI, ROBERT J ....
MCFARLAND, DAVID IFOLTZ...
MCGILL, WILLIAM FRANK ......,..
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"Asleep in the Deep"
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"Just Like a Gypsy" A
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MCQUISTON, THEODORE O ..............,...,........... ..... ..,........
"Teddy Bear Blues"
MACKINTOSH, 'FHOMAS HAROLD ....
MASON, FRANK W ............
MASON, GEORGE E. . .
MILLER, INEZ ALTA ....
N101-INEY, DON POPE ......
MONDEREAU, LORENA GRACE. ..
MOOK, NIAURICE ALLISON. ..
MOOR, MILO M. ......... . . ..
MOORE, AALEXANDER DEEMER. . . .
NIUMFORD, RUTI-I LUCILE ....
MURCH, CLIFTON YENDLEY. . ..
MUSE, GLENN ODELL ....
MYTINGER, HOWARD B ....
NELSON, ROY :XNDREW ....
NICKLIN, .AGNES RANGELINE. .. ..
NORRIS, IDA KATI-IARINE ....
OLSON, HERBERT ........
PIPER, ROBERT ELMER ....
PRATI-TER, JOHN BYRON ........
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'KAny Time, Any Day, Anywhere"
PRATHER, BIARGARET PATRICIA. , . . . ...... . .,......... . .. ..... ...... . . ..
PRATT, JOHN MILLER .... . . . . . .
PUTNAM, CWLARA E ......
REAMS, .ARTHUR ARNOLD. . . .
REAMS, ROBERT BORDEN ....
REED, FRANK ELMER ......
RENICK, HERBERT E ......
'I'll Build a Stairway ta Paradise"
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.. . .Titusville
. . . . . . .Terrace
. . . .Ripley, N. Y.
. . . .Meadville
. . .Vandergrift
'. . . Natrona
. . . . Dunbar
. . .Meadville
. . . .WilkinSburg
.. . . . .North East
. . .RuShford, N. Y.
. . . . . .Townville
. . . .Meadville
. . . .Ridgway
. . .Meadville
. . .Saegertown
. . . .Titusville
. . . .Warren
. . .Buena Vista
. . .McKeeSport
. . . .Franklin
. . . . . . .WayneSburg
Jamestown, N. Y.
. . ............ Kane
. . . .Pittsburgh
. . .Meadville
. . .Meadville
. . . . . .Pittsburgh
. . . . .Harmonsburg
. . . .Luthersburg
. . . . Luthersburg
. . . .New Brighton
RIGHTMIRE, ANNA ELEANOR .............................................. .... L atrobe
Old-Fashioned Girl in a Gingham Gown"
RISHER, WILLIAM ALBERT ............................................... ...Bellevue
"Three O'Clock In The Morning"
ROGERS, HARRIET CATHARINE ...,............................... . ....... .... M eadville
"Don't Forget To Come Back Home"
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S4:n.xE1aR, LEONARD ,XLv1N. .. ........ . , ...... . ........ ,..Pi1t5hu1-gh
SCUURFIELD, ARTHUR CLYDE, .. .
SI'-ZYERSON. FRANCES XIARIAN . .,
SURE:-'El-QR, 3fARG.XRET COOK, ,. ...
SH.-XFFI-IR. LLOYD BIARK. .,
SIIILXIWER, PAVI. IIENRY. ..
Sums, ,IAMISUN S1'Ew.xR'r. . . ..
SM11-11, VHARLOTTE LTARULVN. ..
SINGER, .IOSE1-HINE Ros.xL1E. ..
S1'ANczl.ER, AIARION Loulslz..
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"Time l'Vz'lI Toll"
"Now I Know"
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S'r,xv1.Es, I-Iuwmzn IMNIEL. ., ,.,.... .......... . . . ..
"l'cr,v Good Edfiyu
S1-EEN KEN, IXXNIEL XXYILLI.-XM. .. .............. . . ...
STEICTLE, Ross PA'r'mN ...,.. .,,........... .... . . .
'A.Sk'IA't'l'f Imiiarzu Holm"
STuu1.FER, FRANCES .xRIEI,,. .............. ......
Sv'r1'ux, L'11.xRLEs LEU .............,... ......,........,. .
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'I'.-xY1.nR, L'H.xRLEs C., .YR ....,,.................................
"Ili Lui? To Full ,-lxlm'
'I'.n'LuR, ELEANURE ..... . ..,....... .............. . ..
"Just thc Kind of a Cir!
'I'ux'Rs-roN, .XDELAIDE ......... ...,............,,....
"JIU Tlmt I .'Yf'z'1I"
'I'mvNslaNn, .XLICE Q4UI.BERTS0N. .. .......,....... . . , .
'l'R,xx, '1'1mM.xs .XNDRENY .... .........,....
'I'R0l'P, IIARRY ......... .......... .
TVRNER, .XLICE ..... .... Q ............
"In a Boat"
XvAl'GilAN, ELIZABETH ..,., ..............,,
"Slow and Easy"
YEITI1, Iimrn I2LIz.xBE'rH ..,. ..,................
XYAMQNER, K.x1-HARINE JULIA .... .............. .
VYARREN, SAMUEL ENuERs...
XVASSER, IIERMAN SNYIJER..,
NVEHR, M,xRu.xRE'r ..,... , . .
XVl4:v.xNn, PAUL IQEEYFS ....
XVMITI-2, I':LIZAI-EETH .....
NYINTERS, .XNSON LYLE ....
XYOLZ, QQIIARLES C., IRM..
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"I Can Still Dr1'um"
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'Circ You From Di.riv."'
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Hempstead, L. I., N. Y.
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. . . .XYesttielfl. X. Y.
... .Cl1z1umuqua, N. Y.
. . .L'l1autauquz1, N. Y.
.... . . . . . .llczulvillc
.. . Mearlvillc
.. . lfrauklin
. . . .... Freeport
. . .New Kensington
...llQmpstead, T., I., N, Y.
. ., . Meaclvillc
. . .F1'CtI0!li1l
. . . . Illairsvillc
.... . , . . . . . , Ifrcrlnnia
. . .NYashington, D. C.
. .... .. .............. . .
The Frosh is optimistic-
Dvspite his monkey norm,
A1141 Freudish d1'92llllS reveal him
The FFCSIIIIIIIII, True to form !
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The Class of 1926
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adams, Victor Campbell
alcorn, james william
amsler, frcd r.
anderson, julius leland
anderson, margaret ruth
archbold, george robert
awald, theodore marvine
babcock, william mitchell
bacon, pErcy victor
baldwin, mabel elizabeth
barber, rowland o.
bark, nellie marie
harnhurst, eleanor gregory
hartlett, arthur hughes
hates, john 1.
baylor, robert stewart, jr.
beal, winifRcd jane
bentley, elizabeth lawall
hillman, marcella virginia
blodgett, loyal landas
blower, john harley
bogardus, theoDore s.
boss, carlos ransom
hrice, ruth esther
brooks, john a.
brownlee, agnes irene
button, mildred g.
carlson, mArion l.
Carr, sara josephine
Carroll, kenneth waldo
Charlton, anna elizabeth
Cochrane, anna elizabeth
conrad, Crawford joseph
cook, dorothy may
cook, kathryn agnes
Corrigan, helen mildred
cox, floreNce mildred
Crawford, mildred anne
Cropp, donald ford
Culbertson, james anderson
Culbertson, joseph francis
Cummings, h. grant
dahl, clyde arThur
davenport, archibald ivan
davis, Wallace leroy
dehne, edgar charles
de maison, adelaide
dolde, william edward
eisenmann, marguerite m,
evans, robert k.
fenstermaker, sarah frances
field, helen margaret
fieldson, richard franklin, jr.
firden, paul e.
fitzpatrick, george michael
flickinger, charles henry
francis, herbert c.
frisk, chester j.
galmish, gilbert louis
gearhart, Charles russell
gordon, john brown
graden, ethelda uldine
graham, alice thelma
grifhng, C. richard
grout, dorothy lucy
hanlon, james valentine
harrison, john boyd, jr.
harrison, paul donald
hart, cvelyn elizabeth
hatch, helen beecher
hays, harriet Cecil
hill, elgin alexander
hobaugb, howard hill
holeman, dorothy h.
homer, john neil
humeston, cdwin alden
jackson, mary alice
jenkins, david theodore
enkins, dorothy ann
lee, j. Wilson
logan, ira kenneth
mcbride, grace elizabeth
mcfarland, frank jacob, jr.
mckee, j. W. clark
mckee, mary jeannette
mcmillen, clayton lafayette
mcmillen, margaret jean
mcquiston, james stuart
madrlen, daniel, jr.
maskrey, nancv elizabeth
merrell, willard r.
meyers, ruth irene
miller, adelbert boyd
miller, john hoffman, jr.
milliken, harold e.
montgomery, paul erlwin
morrison, huhert leroy
morrissey, j, Wesley
murphy, mary louise
myford, francis william
olson, harold eric
orr, harold wesley
palmer, george alfred, jr.
parker, samuel hugh
parnell, fred anthony
parshall, hoyd c., jr.
pearce, mildred abbie
pechles, mary elizabeth
peiffley, joseph george
phelps, mary rebecca
piper, warren stephens
rasel, mary la roux
reeve, ellen mary
reid, gcoRge lundy
reisacher, naomi elfrieda
remaley, paul m.
rex, helen thompson
revnolds, jolm lee
rupert, jamEs allison
russell, theodore alton
schaeffer, lee er'win
Schmid, marion ruth
schreiner, iris marie
schruers, edwin j.
schwartz, martha heckler
severn, charles taylor, jr.
sharp, james burhenn
shaw, robert william
sheehan, florence curra'1
shoon. nelen catherine
smith, dellacourt miriam
smith, jay floyd
smith, lloyd scott
smith, robert boal
stafford, Myron augustus
starr, orpha estella
stright, benjamin m.
swanson, gertrude elizabeth
swenson, elda lynnea
tavlor, howard prescott
teats, ruth Esther
titus, frederick william
twitchell, mary eva
van scoten. elinor knight
walker, hubert Clarence
walley, harry doNald
waring, janette alma
weaver, william francis
weining, donald mccormeck
weston, de wane edward
whieldon, marian esther
wilson, florence mary
wolf. joseph james
wood, elgin s.
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Fight. Allegheny, Fight! Fight! Fight!
Fight Alleghe, with all your might!
It is up to you to protect the Gold and B
Fight on to Victory!
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Hirsh Loomis, captain of the 1922 team, is a tall rangy fellow who specialized in
smearing the opposing interference and snatching forward passes that appeared to be
far out of his reach. He is a born leader and his pep and spirit did much to bring Alle-
gheny such a successful season. Unfortunately Hirsh leaves us this year and his posi-
tion will be a very difhcult one to fill. He proved to be an ideal captain and led one of
the most successful teams that Allegheny has ever had.
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'Pegg was a faithful. conscientious,
Towney but it is because he is con-
tinually working at his job. His task
is a hard one, but he has done it well
and deserves much credit for the suc-
cess of our football season.
persevering manager. He did his work
iently and contributed greatly to
Morley's personality and consistent work at quarterback made him the unanimous
choice for captain of next year's team. Morley is an excellent quarterback and is one
of the best men for interference that we have. As a safety man his sure tackling pre-
vented several touchdowns. NVe wish Morley all possible success on the gridiron in 1923.
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llud has played several years Tarzan tiuiihed his second lloppy. without a doubt, is
of rcal football for the Blue and year at center in 21 blaze of one of the speediest backs and
Gold. Always a consistent glory. lle is tlcpcudahlc and hest open Held runners Alle-
gheny ever had. He was al-
ways a star. Next year, llerh
will had it hard to get as good
consistent and will he valuable
ground gaiuer, he was a valu-
iu the future.
able asset to the backhcld, es-
pecially at quarter this year.
RESUME OF SEASON
The decisive victory over Thiel on Thanksgiving Day closed the first foot-
ball season since 1914 which Allegheny can truthfully call successful. Al-
though not every game was won, the 1922 team was perhaps the best the college
has ever had. W'ith a record of six victories out of nine games played, this
team ll2lS accomplished a feat which, it is hoped, will be repeated with even
greater success in coming years. The IIQNV athletic program, instituted early in
1922 made this season possible, and its continuance assures the success of fu-
ture teams. A good beginning has been made.
The first game of the past season against Folgate, away from home. re-
sulted in a 19-0 defeat. Conditions and breaks were all against the Blue and
Gold. lt was Alleghenyls tirst game. though ffolgate's second. The trip had
been hard and the weather was bad. ln spite of these adverse conditions Alle-
gheny's showing was exceptional in view of f7olgate's later accomplishments.
The real strength of the Blue and Gold was shown the following week when
Niagara University was crushingly defeated in the first home game. A
smashing offense, behind an impenetrable defense resulted in a score of 39-0.
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lly :it right tncl-cle was :ui ef! lluck is :in aggressive, de- lied, right guzml, lanows the
Fucient running mate to l':u'uell pemlzilxle guzml. il sure, lmrd game thorouglily :ind is m there
at left, lle plays a good game riclcler. mul, fortunately, hzis lighting all the time, lle wus
of footlmll :md will he liezml two more vezxrs with the team. :md will cirixtuiucbzxs one of the
more of in the next two yours. lmlwarks ot the hue.
The next S2lflll'll2l'V Grove City was met at Grove Pity. with dire results.
YVith hzllf the student body present to eheer them on. the team l:0lljJ,'llf llz1rd.lmI
the hrezlks were zlgzlillst them and the llllill score stood 20-13, in favor of our
old rivals. The llmiil reasons for this defeat were the failure of the lmeklield
to hrezlk up the erimsoifs overhead game :uid the znhsenee of Hoppy Miller from
the Blue :md Gold lineup llQl'2lllS6 of injuries. vV2lyll0Slblll'g' proved easy in the
next home gzuue and was defeated III!-T. Their score c-:une as il result' of
straight football in the first few miimles of the Sl5l'0lltl hzllf. At no other time
were they ll2lllgZft'l'0llS.
S2lllll'1l2l.Y, November 4. 1922, is an lllPlll0l'2lllll' dzly in the life of lllilllj' am
:Xlll""ll0lllZlll, mst :ind present. flll that dau' fl2ll'llP"'ll' Terh, who had out nlzlved
PN l l . :- .
Yule, tied XY, .l., :xml llifilfffll Grove Vity by four louelidowlls, nearly met its
XXv2lfl'l'l00. The Blue :uid Gold Nliggliliilg llllI'l'lC'2llll'N outplzlyed. olitruslled
und Ullllitlllglfllf the Tzlrlzm elaui. ,hllvgllttlly deserved to XVl11. and would have
won, haul it not been for ai slight burst of speed on the ll2lI't of the Terh team
early in the grime whieh resulted iii their only tom-lldown. The referee is also
eensored for the tl1'l'l'2ll. Allegheny seored il toiielldown, whit-h he did not
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Seehie came from lluckuell -lainie, another State College Yie's luck went against him
to play his First football for the product. worked hard for lns this year anti an injured shoul-
lllue and Gold this season. lle letter. lle is a grind man at der kept him out of a numher
is valuahle as a halfhack :mtl both guartl and entl. of games. Next year he shnulrl
punter. he :I stellar guartl
allow. The foothnll worltl received at severe jolt as at result of this hntitle. The
renmintler of Terh's season was ruined hoth 011 at-1-ount of the injury of at num-
ber of regulars in this gznne and their failure to run up at high score on "little
After this moral Qrir-tory over the highly toutetl Tartan, the teznu heggzun
its tritnnphant nmreli toward the tnytllit-ul Vlztss H i'll2lllllbl0llSlllIb. XVest-
niiuster otferetl no resistunee on 3l0lllg0lll0l'y Field and wus Sllltlilll'l'0tl to the
extent of ten tonehtlowns, siX of which were seoretl by the seeontl tezun whieh
was snhstitutetl als at whole for the tirst tezun nenr the elose of the set-ontl
quarter. The Alfred Vniversity i021lll 2lIbID9ill'0tl in Meznlville with the lnest
eleven which tan-etl Allegheny :tt holne during the entire year. Although the
Iinal seore wus the szune ns that ot' the xVilyll6SlPlIl'QQ gutne, the representzttives
front the lfltnpire Stzlte were hy fur the het ter. The gutne wus interesting front
start to tinish. Allegheny seoretl eonsistently, hut the erowtl wats furnisln-tl
tl thrill in the lust few tninutes of the gznne when Lohznlgfgll, who hznl just en-
teretl the Qilllllx. intereeptetl lVills' puss :intl ran S5 yztrtls for at touehtlown.
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WEAVER BLACKWELL SCHLJLTZ
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llillls playing cn-rtzxinly lmclics Recl,:1lll111ugl1 a f11llh:1ck, was NYl1e11evu11 lu- llilfl Zl 1311111101-,
l1is size. NV'l11-11 llc is loose, nlacerl :1t L'L'll1L'l' hecxlusc ut' an Schultz plnyccl Il good ganic at
there is nn use gluing after l1i1n. injury. llis nlefcnsivv tuluying right enrl. llzmk again ncxt
llc is also I1 sure lllkxliltl. :md his tight :irc his sti-ting yvztr. l1e'll lllillik' :1 tight for thc
At 1362lV0l' Fzllls it wus 111111'l1 tlw Silllll' story. fil"lll'Y2l was lwlplvss 11010111-me
thu tit-st team which Sl'0l'01l l'l1l'0l' times in tho tirst l1:1lf. Ill tlw svvolltl half.
thu Sl'l'0llll ll'2llll was sullstitlltctl illlll hehl tlw 1'ov011z111t1-1's CVUII. Piltll Ttlillll
Sl'0l'lllgI 011111. The final svorc was 28-T. This gjillllfi oflivizllly mule-4l the Season.
After llllll'll 111-gutiz1ti11g.:'. il graino was 2l1'l'2lllQLl'tl witl1 This-I at fil'lAl'llVllll' for
'llll2lllliSQlVlllg' Daly. Allvg'l1e11y wus slow i11 gvtting st:11'tv1l, ti11isl1i11gg the tirst
llillf witl1 but 11119 i0lll'llllUXVll to thu good. The s0c'o111l half was 4lliif0l'l'llf.
'lllll'00 l0lll'll4l0XVllS llI'0llgIlll the sco1'v to 25-0, :1111l provt-sl l'011C'lllSlY0lj' that the
4-o11tv11ti011s that All6Q.fll0llj"S SllOXYllIg i11 1bl'l'Yl0llS Q2lllll'S haul lI0l'll lllP1'P llll'li,
worm- llllliljlllltlllll. illltl tl111t ,Xll0Q'lll'llj' haul El l'02ll football l'l?2llIl.
f'02lK'll 1Il'ill'2lK'k81l ll2lS been signutl for tho 1-11111i11g s0:1s011, twi-nty out ot'
lW0lll'V-ffllll' lc-ttel' 111011 will l'Qilll'll, p1'f1s11t-tts 2110 goml for l31'illl2lllf new lllil-
tc'1'i:1l :xml Zlll vx1'0llv11t s1'l11-4l11l0 has lwon 1ll'l'2lllg0tl. 'l'l1vsv are simply i111li1':1-
tions that thc- gg'1'i1li1'f111 SUZISUII of 111221 will ln- 111'01l11rti1'v of PVOII lll0l'C f:11110
illlll lltlll0l' for tl11+Bl111-:1111l Gold ol' 0111 ,I Ilr'gl1f'11y.
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llig Freml wlinm all opposing .Xrt was 11 sensation at full- Juclcly, altliuiigli off at timcs,
play:-rs look up tu, is a tackle back, czisily the he-st in Class is 21 fins cnrl, Un clefcnse and
of .Xll-.Xiucricau calibre, His T5 circles. .Xml lu-ing only a at receiving pnssvs lie docs well.
Gusyarrl furwarnl passes at Tech frcslinlan, lie has tlirl-e years in lle played an cxccptiunnl game
were the sensation uf Pittsburgh. which to inakc many more of :lt 'll-cli.
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Nluuncy is a llasny hzxlfback XYlu-11 Mnnessen sunt Ifat to Parsh came to.Xllcgl1e11yf1'mn
anal an uncanny upcu flclnl run- .Xllegllcny slw made fl grcat con- State. Ile pmverl worthy of a
ner. llarcl luck llamlenl him a trihutiun. llc is a promising place on tln' squarl. and was
broken ankle at ilu- curl uf a lineman. llis weight is an aS- placerl at guarcl in a number uf
brilliant 30-yarnl run in the Tllicl set ratlu-1' than a liability. games.
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K1-n was a valuahle under- jimmy marle a regular half-
stuily for .Xrt llahl. VYhenever hack position on the varsity while
he got in,4 he played real foot- only a freshman. That alum'
ball. In the Geneva game es' hcspcaks his worth.
pccially was this true.
' RIGHT ffl-llf'
liill showed some real Stull
in the Vlfcstminsiex' game. He
should makc a name for himself
as a hacklielxl man rluring the
rest of his stay at Allegheny.
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Rush is either :in 1-ml or ri
center, but above all a Fighter.
llv is always strong on dcfunsc
and is in the game cvcry minute.
COACH 19V75lO!Z 0fffC'f0vQ
llcrb is zi real uuncb. His Coach llannnett has bccn one
men havc confnlencc in him.
He is Z1 burn ln-rider, knows foot-
ball, and the student burly feels
that much of the crc-slit for the
showing uf our team slmulul go
nf the must innnxrtant factors
in thc success of the team. His
svuuting of uppnncnts was :lunc-
witli remarkable accuracy and
helped the tcznn greatly in every
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Red has completed two years as varsity cheer leader. He gets more noise out of
less rooters than most college cheer leaders. And, in handling the freshmen, his ability
is unquestioned. His loyalty has been consistent. At every game, he has been out in
front of the stands, doing his bit towards a victory. The overworked expression "his
place will be hard to fill," applies to him more than aptly. Red will be missed next year,
for a leader such as he, is the making of college spirit.
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Hoppy Miller, all-around athlete and captain of this year's basketball team, led the
Blue and Gold five through a strenuous but successful season. He is a three letter man
starring on the gridiron and track as well as on the basketball court.
With his graduation this year, Allegheny will lose one of its most versatile ath-
letes since the days of Cox. His place will be difficult to fill and a long period will prob-
ably elapse before another advances the glory of Alleghe in a similar fashion.
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limi-li llick llzikcr mm thc Yarn this yr.-ar was :it his Blnnftgci' Kinney puiforixicml
unzminious ziplmwvzzl of the cn- hvst. llis sliuwing was such as his task wull 21ml lnukcfl after
tiix- stumlent hmly througlm his tu merit thc rating of cm-liter on thc uccrls uf the tn-:un in line
t-lfurts tu huilzl up ll team :ni .Xll-XXL-sicril Pemisylvzmizt manner.
worthy of .Xllc-gl1cuy's iwcrinls. team, picked hy ix l'ittsl1u1'g'l1
llc hzul I1 va-ry xlifliculi prob' spurtiiig cxpcrt, llc ls1lCl03Yt'I'
lc-in to solve in picking his tram llvfcnsivc- player, a gun-l shut,
hut he nlevelupcrl zu very smmmth :L steady jumper, :mtl is always
znggrcgzitiun cmisiilcring thi- uh- lighting. llis equal will he liziril
stuclvs that hu fzicerl. to liiiil.
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Lou played :1 l11'illi:111l gz1111e fl11l,.' a substitute last yeaix .X11111l1e1' 111-xx 1112111 +111 ilu-
at guzml this yn-111' 011 thc Var- .lolumy Came tliruugli this. yuz11' Yzirsilyz l.L-11plz1yenl goml lmaskei-
sity. lfew fnrwzirds succcefleil 211111 lllziycfl F1 !'L'Il.lgZiUll'1li guarfl. ball. Playing forwziiwl. he was
in getting past l1in1. llc was Ile kuuws lmskethzill, guarmls the fL'IllU,S high scorer. lie-
espccizxlly vz1lu:1l1le in wu1'ki11g wcll. :mil is :111 u11cz11111y Qhot. sill:-5:1H11esI11-tlmplziys n goml
the l1:1ll mlowu the t'lu111'. ,Xt sliuuting fouls. lic uizule 2111 mlefclisivc gzum-, null uplmlcls his
exec-llc11t rccoiwl. He will menu euil ut' the IL-11111-ivlay fziithfully
1nucl1toth1- tm-:1111 ucxt ycar. llis future i11 Illuc z1u1l Gnlml
RESUME OE SEASON
lmslu-tl1:1ll is 1ssu1'ecl.
Thv floor svzlsou opolwil with 21 rush Elllll l'V0l'yilllllgI imliczitesl that tlw Blue'
zuul Hold would llltlliti just as 111-illiz111t il we-m11'1l as haul lM'0ll inzulv by tlw foot-
ball 1021111 ozxrlici- i11 the your. 'llwo vf-tm-2111s wwe all that was left of lust yezirk
teauu. but the new lll2lfl'l'l2ll was plviltiful mul loolu-nl gmail. P11111-l1i11g. how-
evvr, was il prolrlvlll, zuul it was not until tl1v111i1l4llcoflDv1-v111lw1- that il satis-
fzivtory lllilll wz1sol1t:1i11o4l. V. lb. B2llil'l'. illl Allegllltllly z1l111111111s :mal 21 llllilllllfil'
ot' thv f2llllUllS tvzuns of liltltl :xml lilltl, was lilmlly Sl'i'lll'l'4l :mil lu- lllllllt'lll2lf0lj'
Set Zlllillll to lbl'0lHll'0 thv tvzun for tl10lmli1lz1y ll2lI'llSl0l'llllllQf trip.
xvllill but two wveks lbl'l'lP2ll'2li'l0ll. thv l'l'SlllfS oi' this t1-ip wort- but mu' Vic--
tory Zllltl two ilvfwlts. A llill'1l-llllllglll gtlllll' was lost to tho Xvw tlzlstlv tivvg
Built-r Y. Bl. V. A. was 4l0fQ2ll'l'4l. zuul the Sll'0l1gI lloiuz lltllllil' twuu ol' Pitts-
lilll'Q1ll 0VUl'l'2lllll' tlw Allvggglwiiy quiutvt i11 il fast lmttlv, 41-30. The p1':u'ti1'0
, C9 I QD .
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.Yin My-tl: rec
. ffii tj1Q r
E sure foe wfwo
Court rlirl not get a
chance in the early
games hut joinsxl the
squad when Sharp and
VVolfe left. lle plays a
fast otlcnsive game,
shoots we-ll zxnrl guards
his man closely. Ile is
MOU NTS I ER
Although not making
his letter. Rush px'ox'cxl
himself zx capable Ccntcr.
llc is very aggressxvc,
and l1is tight and pep are
well known. Rush grail-
uatvs in vlxinc.
Paul got in only a
few gaxnes, hut slnrweml
real ahility when he xlixl.
lleavy, aggressive zxnil
quite fast he shone at
working the ball mluwn
the floor. llis man sul-
D EVN EY
Lee zxctcrl as utility
guaril on the team this
year. .Xlthough he only
plzxyctl in several games
at homo hc was vt-ry
valuahlc on trips as a re-
lief man. llc still has
two inorc years to plzxy
on the Varsity.
tlerivetl fronx this trip was zx great lwlp and the tezxnx quickly ronn4lexl ilxto
shape for the oponing of tho vollegizxtv scason.
The x'xn'tzxiu was raised on the lxonxv floor with XVaxyi1vslm1-g :xs the attrzxr-
tion. Tho fl0YVllSf2lfPI'S pnt xxp ai stitt tight but lost, 25-20. The gzxine was fast,
well-plzxyvcl zxnxl svrvocl to bring out lxixlclen Sil't'llg2fill.. After ai wvvk's rest the
squad left on its iirst inyzxsion of the tri-state xlistrict. XV2lj'llQSlllll'gI, at lxonxe
this tinxv, lost again. The following' night ax tvrl-itic battle with the powvrfxxl
Pitt tezxnx rt-snltoal in 21 foxn- point vivtory for the Faxrlson pzxssers. l'ittslnn'gh
sport writers wvrv of the opinion that the Allegheny tvznn slxowwl the hc-sl
hzxsketlnxll of any tvaxnx zxppoxxring :xt Motor Square tlxxrilvii this winter. Tlxv
thirtl QZIIIIU of this xlitlivxllt trip resixltwl in ax six point virtory for XVOst Yir-
The nvxt font' gzxnxes wvrx- playwl :xt honxv. Alfrwl was tht- iirst vivtini of
the Blnv :xnfl flolil onslxxxxglxt. The Now Yo1'kvx's fonglxt hzxril lint haul to how
to tl nxnvh snpoi-ior teznn. lizxlxlwixx-Wzxllzu-0, zxftoi- lioliling' tho lox-als almost
oyvn flnring' the Iirst lxzxlf. was volxxplvtvly snowwl nnilvr in the final pclriml.
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Q 46 xx tip flaw 9
Geneva. fresh from a vietory over Carnegie Tec-h, invaded Meadville eon-
tidently expel-ting to win. The score at the end of the tirst half stood 12-12.
At the end of the game it stood CNS-lil, with the Uovenanters on the bottom.
Bethany eame to Meadville with a good reeord. but was also unsueeessful in
stopping lloppy and his speedsters.
NVith this ret-ord. the team made its set-ond jaunt over tri-state territory.
Geneva fell again at Beaver Falls. Bethany too, was unable to win at home.
Carnegie Teeh, however. with a rejuvenated team and with a desire to revenge
the near-defeat handed them by our gridders in November. proved the undoing
of Bakei-'s proteges.
The season from this point on is a sad story. St. Bonaventure, with a
lightning fast, dead shot aggregation. administered the tirst defeat suffered on
the home tioor, winning by a substantial eleven point margin. The first
game of the home series with Grove Pity resulted in the first vietory for
tl1e Crimson. The score was 25-13. The Plaid appeared in Meadville the fol-
lowing week and proceeded to elean up. Donohoe's brilliant shooting brought
the visitors out on top of a 35-25 sc-ore. The tinal trip with Grove City and
VVestminster as opponents also resulted in disaster. The Blue and Gold team
seemed to take on a new lease of life at Grove City and the Crimson was forced
to the utmost to earn a ZS-225 decision. The following evening NVestn1in-
ster won a slow. uninteresting eontest by a onespoint margin. A week later,
the l'i-esbyterians appeared in the gym and again won. The home team was in
its poorest form of tl1e season and Could 11ot get started. The team managed to
make tl1e seas0n's record an even break by playing real basketball and thereby
defeating Juniata, 330-24.
The season eau hardly be called a sueeess and yet there are reasons for
Considering it as sueh. Substitute material was sadly lacking after the loss of
Sharp Ellltl NVolfe. The sehedule was hard and once started on its ditlieult
path, the team eould not recover. Captain Miller and lVise. All-XVestern
Penna. center, and Mountsier, substitute eenter, are lost to the squad by gradu-
ation: but with Braun. Brownell. and lloss as a nueleus. and such new men as
may enter next fall, a mueh better reeord is hoped for next year.
6 .........,.... ......,,........,,..,. . ...... 1
0. ,Q fa..
Jzlnnzn-y .1 ....
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J211lll2ll'y 12. . . .
January 13 ....
January 16 ....
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J illlllillj' 2- ....
February .3 ....
Februzu-y 9 ....
.. . .Allegheny 241. . . ... .
.. . .Allegheny ZH. . . ....
. ...Allegheny 34. . . ....
.. . .Allegheny 38. . . .. . .
. ...Allegheny 36. .. ....
.. . .Allegheny 131. .. ... .
.. . .Allegheny 35. . . ....
February S .... .... . Allegheny 36. . . . . . .
February 10 ....
F8bI'l12ll'y 16 ....
Fl-3bI'l121I'y 20 ....
February 24 ....
February 2 4 ....
F8lJI'l121l'y 2 ....
March 6 ....
March 1 0 ....
...Allegheny 29. . . ... .
.. . .Allegheny 29. . . .. . .
.. . .Allegheny 123. . . .. ..
. ...Allegheny -L . .. ....
.. . .Allegheny 22. . . .. ..
.. . .Allegheny 2-1. . . . . . .
. . . .Allegheny 22. . . . . . .
. . . .Allegheny 30. .. ... .
. of l'1tt. ..... .
XVest XY1I'g1I1121 . .
Geneva .. . . . .
Bethany . . . .
Geneva ... . . ..
Bethany . . . . . . .
Carnegie Tech. . .
Grove City .... .
Carnegie Tech. . .
Grove City ......
Wfestlllilxster .. . .
VVesfn1inster . . .
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Track 1922 f 1 923
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W151 BI lan.
Chuck NVim1ner, one of the best middle distance and sprint runners that Allegheny
has produced, was chosen to lead the track team through the season of 1923. He has
been a member of the team for three years and is the holder of the college records in the
quarter and half mile runs. With such a capable leader the track season ought to be
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TRACK TEAM 1922
Dash. . .
Dash. . .
Mile Iillll ........
Two Mile Run ......
120 High Hurdles ....
220 Low IIU1-alles. . .
l'ole Vault. . .
High -11111111 ....
Broad .lump ....
Shot Put ......
Discus Tllrow. . .
UAW men signified by QU.
..McfC1-euryl, lillswortlfl, liemlery'
. . .vVl1Illll6l'+. Mm-l'1'e:1i'yl'
. . .lil1'Sl'llIlQ1'll. Bliss? Little
.. . .Blissi Realms, Little
. . . . . . . . . . Bemlerii, 'l'lllsw01'tl1+
. . . . . . . . . . . . HQll1l61'l9, lflllswurtllii
'1'z1ylo1-'i .lu1hl". Miller? Moore
.fl1'l1lll1'l11t'+, -Illllllli, Agnew, Moore
. . . . . . . .f'l'1l1llI'1l19+, Monro, Agnew
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. . . .Cll1l1llllU'll2llllll, Affnew, -Tudclif, 312l1'li0VVZlIlll
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1 "1 '15, '9
RESUME OF MEETS
T1111 11'111-k s1111s1111 111 11122 w11s. 1111' A1111g111111y. one 111 11111 11111s1 s111'1-11ssf111 i11
y11111's. T1111 11111111, 1'111111111se11 111 il 1111111111111 111 Y019l'Zll1S 111111 Illilllj' 1111w 1111111. f111'e11
il 11111-11 s1'he1111111. 11111 1'1111111 11111 V11-t111'i1111s i11 11ll'69 of 11111 111111' 1111111 11111111s. The
1111111 1111111111 NVZIS s1111'e1'1111 111 11111 112111118 111 11111 w1111-1111111111111 1'11iv111'si1y 111 1'itts-
11111'g.1' s11111111. A
T1111 1111-111111111111 1111i1ity 111 11111 A1111g.f111111y 11111111 w11s 11X1'1111111111 111111' hy Pitt.
T1111 11111111' 11111111s fe11 1111111111 1111' 11isli111'1 s11pe1'i111'i1y of the 1311111 211111 4111111 i11 the
1111sh11s 211111 weig111s.
T1111 111's1 11111111 wi111 1'i11 1111 1111' 111111111 t1'111'k, 1-es1111e11 11is11st1'1111s1y 1111' A1111-
gh1111y. B11'11UNV211l,S 1111s11111'11 111111 111111-1111s111111e111 XVGi11il10SS 111 11111 111111111 11111111 i11
11111 weights 111111 11111 11isti111't 1111-11 111 1111i1i1y i11 11111 11is111111'11 1'111lS 1'111111'il11111111
1111'g:111y 111 111e 1111w11f1111 111 11111 1311111 111111 1111111. The s1'111'11 w11s NT 1-2 111 111 1-2
111111 i1111i1'11111s 111e 11-1111 story 111 11111 11111111.
T1111 1'111111wi11g week, 11111111111 1'111111g11 w11s 111111 111111 11ef111111111 111 1i11111'111' 1"1111s.
'11111' s1111-y 111 this meet is just 11111 1'11v111's11 111 11111 1'i11 meet. 11 was 1111 A1111-
g.f111111y. T1111 s1'1,11'e was 118 1-2 111 57 1-2 211111 w1111111 have g1l0XV1l 21 1'1111si11111'11111y
l111t1111' 111111111111 for A111-511111111 112111 it 11111 11111111 1111' the 1111111111-1111111 lzlxity 111111 i11-
1111i1'i11111'y 111 1he 111111'i111s.
A1f1'1111 was 11111 IIGX1 vi1'1i111, 211' A111'1111. T1111 s1-11111, ST 111 310, is 1111 111111 11111111
1111 111111. A111-e11 101111 11111 11111111 111's1 111111'cs 211111 few 111111111s. T1111 s1111wi11g of
11111 Blue 211111 1111111 1111s'h 111111 weight 1111111 w11s eXCe111i1111111.
15111 11111 gl'1'621f 1111111111111 111 11111 s1111s1111 111111111 i11 11111 1111211 11111111, 111211 with
1V11s11i11g'11111 211141 J1111e1's1111, 111 1V11s11i11g11111. 11 1'11s1111Q11 T1 1-13 111 113 5-ti, i11
f11V111' 11f :X11Pg1lt'11y. T1111 11111111 was 111111e1?i11e11 1111111 11111 1111211 11v11111. 11111 111111'-
111i111 I'1l1l, i11 which :X111'Q119llj' 1'11l111l'I'S w1111 first 111111 se1-111111 111111'11s. s111111'11i11g
21 1111ssi111e vi1'11'11'y 11111 11f 11111 112111118 111 11111 1'1'esi11e111s.
A 111111111e1' 111 811111211110 1111111 211'l' 111st 111 11111 11111111 1111-1,111g11 g1'111111111i1111, 111111111-
1y, 1'1'111111'i11e, M1"1'1'e111'y. B11'110XV2l11, Bi1111111'. 111111 1'111111i11g1111111, 11111 wi111
1Vi111111111', Bliss, 111111 1C11sw111'111 1'1'1111'1l1l1g 111111 lllillly IIQXV 1I'il1'1i 1111111 11111'1111111i11g
11111 11111111 s111111111 1'11111111et11 11111 s11'1111111111s 111231 s1-11111111111 i11 21 s111'1'11ssf111 111111111e1'.
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50 Yard Dash ....
ALLEGHENY TRACK RECORDS
100 Yard Dash ....
220 Yard Dash ....
440 Yard Dash ....
880 Yard Dash ....
100 Yard Dash ....
220 Yard Dash ....
440 Yard Dash ....
880 Yard Dash ....
Mile Run .............
Two Mile Run ........
120 Yard High Hurdles
220 Yard Low Hurdles ....
High Jump ...........
Pole Vault. . .
Broad Jump.. ..
16 Lb. Shot ......
16 Lb. Hammer. ..
15 Yard Dash ....
85 Yard Dash ....
440 Yard Dash ....
880 Yard Dash ...,..
Mile Q20 lapsl .......
Two Mile Q41 lapsl . . .
29 Yard High Hurdles.
40 Yard Low Hurdles. .
Broad Jump. ........ .
High Jump ....
Pole Vault. . . . . .
12 Lb. Shot ..........
fPREVl0US T0 19131
5 3-8 sec ....
10 sec .......
22 1-5 sec ......
51 sec ...........
2 min. 3 3-5 sec ....
10 sec ...... N. W. Croasmun, ex-'22g
22 3-5 sec ..........,..............
52 4-5 sec ........
2 min. 7 3-5 sec ....
4 min. 42 sec ....
11 min. 6 sec. ..
. . . .F. E. Stewart,
....G. R. Clark,
. . . . .P. Mitchell,
.C. E. Hillbourn,
T. W. McCreary,
.T. W. McCreary,
..C. R. Wimmer,
..C. R. Wimmer,
. . . . .G. R. Kirschner,
. . . . .W. T. Corbett, ex
16 sec ....... ................... H . M. Fahr,
26 4-5 sec. .. ,.................. A. J. Bender,
5 ft. S in ...., .... L . H. McKay, '16g M. L. Judd,
11 ft. 3 in ...... ....................... L . Wells,
21 ft. 1 1-2 in ........ L. H. McKay, '16, K. Crumrine,
42 ft. 11 3-4 in... ................. C. M. Dotterer,
128 ft. ......... .
129 ft. 5 1-2 in .......
2 1-5 sec .........
10 sec ........
53 4-5 sec ........
2 min. 4-5 sec .....
4 min. 36 2-5 sec .....
10 min. 30 2-5 sec ....
4 1-5 sec .........
4 sec ......
21 ft. 3 in .....
5 ft. 9 3-4 in...
10 ft. 8 in ....
48 ft. 5 1-2 in...
. . . .R. G. Cunningham,
. ....... C. M. Dotterer,
-1 .... C. R. Wimmer,
....C. R. Wimmer,
....C. R. Wimmer,
...C. T. Little,
. A. Bliss,
. . . . .G. C. Bittner,
.....G. R. Clark,
. . .C. M. Dotterer,
Spring Broad Jump ............ 7 ft. 2 in ............................. L. H. McKay,
Potato Race C5 potatoesl ....... 19 4-5 sec ......................... R. E. McCreary,
fPotatoes 2 yards apartg 10 yard finish!
Potato Q6 potatoesl ............ 26 sec ........................... .... L . C. Drake,
6 ,,.,,........ Q
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TRACK SEASON 1922
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V. li. 11.111111-:TT .... ....... C fouclz
V. ll. 1V111111'11:. .. .. .fllllftlfll-l'Il'C'1i
YV. I.. ll1-1N11Y. .. llflllrlgm'-1'I1:r'f
SUMMARY OF THE SEASON
April 22. . .l'111sl1111'gl1 851-2. . . .,A110Q1l911j' 401-2. . .. ..:1L Mozulville
M any fi. . .1i9llQV2I . . 57 1-2. . . .Allegheny 681-2. . . .:1l' ISOZIVPI' Falls
May 19. . .Alfred . . . 30 ..... . .Allegheny S7 . . . . .ut Alfr-011. N. Y.
May 2.1. . .W. X J. .. Gil .1-fi. . ..AllCg1l0Ily 71 1-fi.. .. nt 1V:1sl1111gt011
ICVICNT. AlQF1l1'll7 All'll'lT. NV. K -1. 110111.
11111 yfl, 1l:1sl1 .... .... 1 IcC'rez11'y CAD ................ ..111.1s Ellsu'o1'tl1 CAD . . .. ......... .10.3s
2211 yrl. 1l:1sl1 .... .... A Icfrcary CAD . .. .....3.2S lIcC1'ez1ry CAD .... .22.3s
440 yml. run.. AAv1l'l1I'llC'l' CAD . .. .. .S4.2S Alderette CYYD .... .,.... 5 3.4s
8811 yil. 1'1111. XY1ttc'1' CA1fD. . . 111 13s AAY1Hll11C1' CAD . .. .... 2111. 6.15
1-111110 Tllll. ........ NY1tter CAlfD... -,111 zs Renter CXYD .... ..... 4 111 47.3s
2-111ilc 1'u11. ......... Bliss CAD ..... 11111 325 Taylor CXVD . . . , ..11111 46,2s
1211 yll. l11gl1 hurnlles Render CAD .... .17.2s Conn CVVD ..... . ...... 15.4s
220 yll. low hurdles. Be-11flee1' CAD... ...... 285 Alderette CVVD .... ......... 2 5.2s
1l1gl1 jump ......... Crumriue CAD.. .... 5ft 6111 Futhy CXVD ..... ...5ft 6 1-2111
1il'UIll1 ju11111. . . .
Polo vault ....
Cl'Ll1'l'll'1HC' CAD ....
Judd CAD ......
.zoft 2 1-2111
Sl1ot-put . . . CiL1l'lI'1111g113.1'l1 CAD. . . ..
lliscus ,..... Ba1'1'm1 CAlfD. ..
ll:1n1111c1' tl11'11w. Ccz111celle11D ......
V1:1vel1n t11l'OEV ...... CcancelleflD ....
11111 ynl. 1lz1sl1 ....
2211 ycl. slash. ..
4411 ycl. ru11..
R811 yml. 1'1111
1-111110 1'llIl..,. ..
1211 yml. l11gl1 l1l1l'k1lCS ....
2211 1'1l. lou' l1l1l'lllCS.
121111111 jump ........
1'c1l1- Villllf ....
BlcC'rcz11'y CAD . .
M'cC'rez11'y CAD ..
.XllEY1 CPD ......
Allen CPD ....
Hago fI'D ....
1-lays CPD ......
111'1ckley CPD . . .
llrickley CPD . . .
C'rum1'111Q CAD . .
RfIl7l1SCll CPD . . .
R01lL1SCll CPD ....
'11ll0l'l1tOll CPD ..
Hewitt CPD .....
Hewitt CPD . . .
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Alderctte CVVD ....
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Judd CAD ....... .... 1 oft 4 1-2111
A'ICC1OVVZ111 CAD .... . . .37ft 9 1-2111
McGowan CAD ...,... ..... 1 mft S111
CLlHl1111g1l31U CAD ....
Mchowan CAD ............... 13711 6111
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AAv1Ilf1l'ClH1 CGD ................. .Jos
AAv1llL1I'21l1l CGD ....
Hays CGD . .... .
Mclielvey CGD ....
Hays CGD .......
Bender CAD ....
AA'1l'ld1'2l1ll CGD ....
Cru111r111c CAD. . .
Cru111r111e CAD . ..
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May J- University of XVest Virginia .......
May 12-Washingtoli and .letferson .....
May 213-University of Pittsburgli ....
May 27 - XV?1Shiilg'f0ll and -letferson ....
May 30- Penn State ..............
May 31 - Westlllillstei'
-luue 3 - Thiel ..............
.Iune .1 - Carnegie Tech
June 6+ University of Piffdlllligil .....
June 15 - Carnegie Tech
VVOII, 75 Lost, 23 Tied, 1.
........ 1 ..
One hundred two
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RESUME OF SEASON 1922
During the past season the Allegheny tennis team met some of the best
college teams in this section. The Blue and Gold racket wielders lost but two
matches away from home, one to Varnegie Tech, and the other to Penn State.
In the tinal match on our courts with Carnegie Tech, the Blue and Gold net
men had an opportunity to tie the Plaid stars for the Tri-State Pham-
pionship. Such a goal brought forth a display of the best brand of inter-
collegiate tennis that has ever been witnessed at Allegheny. The contest was a
lengthy st1'ug'gle which extended until late i11 the day, only to end in a tie,
Z3 to' Il.
The success of the season was due the fact that the team was composed of
veterans of several previous seasons. Captain Bittner played an exceptional
game and also, as manager, he arranged the best schedule the college has had.
Along with the brilliant and consistent performance of Flint and Cochran in
doubles, the ability of Vaptain-elect Clark and Uochran may be mentioned.
Beecher and Foale played consistently and were always dependable.
PROSPECTS FOR 1923
The loss of Faptain Bittner and Flint will greatly handicap Alleghenyis
prospects for an exceptional season this year but an apparent infiux of ma-
terial in the incoming class will relieve the strain. There will be Captain
Clark, Uochran, and Coale around whom the team may be built.
SCHEDULE FOR 1923
May Z!-iVest Virginia at Meadville.
May -LdXVasliington and Jefferson at Meadville.
May 5- Carnegie Tech at Meadville.
May IEP-iVashington and -letferson at YVashington
May 22- lfniversity of Pittsburgh at Meadville.
May 26-Carnegie Tech at 1'ittsburg'h.
May 2S4XVest Virginia at Morgantown.
May ZZ!l-- Vniversity of Pittsburgh at l'lil'Slllll'Q.flI.
Meets pending with: NVestminster, Thiel, Grove City
One I1 midred three
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The class of 10134, after many closely rontesteel games, forged into the
lead by breaking a tie with the Fl'6Sl1lllQll. thereby winning the ehanipionship
of the league. Although the Frosh lookeml like the probable winners after the
completion of the first round, their defeat, amlministered by the Sophomores,
turned the tide in favor of the -lnniors.
Consistent team work, both on the otfense aml defense, enabled the third
year men to emerge vietorions. Ilough and Fries were the mainstays on the
offense for the Winners, while Siellle and NVright eapalrly proterte4l their goal.
The Juniors were at a loss when Coach Baker appropriated Dale for tht.
varsity, but were soon relieved when Pratt. Ellsworth, and Moffatt put in
their appearance. Murphy and Letlingwell starred for the beniors while By-
ham, Moore, and Blackwell showed up well for the seeonml year men. Parnell.
Hahroek, anal llahl starred for the yearlings.
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For tl1e third consecutive year a Cleveland team succeeded in capturing
iirst honors i11 the Flllllllill Tri-State Intercity f0ilI'l12llll6llf. held under tl1e
auspices of the college i11 tl1e Qj'Alll1lf1Sllll1l Ull March 115 and 17. East High of
that city, by ilx consistent display of high grade basketball, YVO11 the coveted
trophy, Z1 silver lovi11g cup.
By defeating Central of Erie ina l1il1'tl fought game o11 tl1e first evening
of tl1e t0l1I'll2l1ll0111, East High eliniinated what proved to be its strongest con-
tender. However, Lafayette of Butfalo easily disposed of XV8Sflllgll0llSt' of
l'ittsburgh ill fllltll' i11itial 001110141 tlllll the ability evidenced by tl1e New York
Staters S8Qlll0tl to indicate il closely contested game withhthe Cleveland cagers
on tl1e following night. The championship game, nevertheless, resulted i11
Lafayette's overwhelming defeat and a consider11ble upset of the dope. East
High displayed the sa111e consistent and spectacular basketball against the
New Yorkers that 1111d characterized Their struggle with tl1e Gem Pity lads.
Although the Fleveland Elf.fgl'0fI2l1l011 XVEIS undoubtedly tl1e best team, Buffalo
suffered a complete revers11l of fOl'11l 11ml seemed like an 2lll0f,"8fll6I' different
1021111 tl1a11 the o11e tllilt l1ad defeated the Smoky City lads the I1I'6Vl0llS evening.
The teams I'0Il1'6S8I1iCll in the l'0l1I'll2lIll0llf consisted of tl1e champions of
their respective cities. 1Vhile each of tl1e tives l1ad one or lll0I'6 outstanding
stars, it was the splendid feillll play of tl1e Ohio cagers that XVOII them the
trophy. Their defense was practically impenetrable,1111d on the otfense tl1eir
fast passing Ellltl 2ll'Cl1I'illQ shooting creditably I1l2l1'liQll their victories. Tl1e
Erie offense was formed about Bell, their stellar f0I'YV2ll'tl, while Lannon iillfl
Tur11er were exceptionally etfective at gIll2lI'll. Cousley, of YVestinghouse,
played a brillia11t game for the downstaters. For Cleveland, TOWYII and Hook
were best, while H11lse illlll Hofflnan seemed to carry tl1e brunt of tl1e work for
Many fans fI'0Ili Erie and l'ittsburgh accompanied their respective teams to
the to11rna111e11t, tlllls crowding the seating capacity of the gym to the li111it.
Spirit comparable to tl1at exhibited at college games w11s in evidence through-
out the contests. The games were handled by Referee Cal Bolster who is 110
stranger on the Allegheny court. Results:
East High, 373 Central High, 28.
Lafayette, 385 VVestinghouse, 21.
East High, 42- Lafavette 16.
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lnterfraternity Athletic Meet
The tirst interfrateruity all around athletic meet ever held at Allegheny
lasted three days and was tinally won by the Alpha Chi Rho fraternity with
a total of 48 2-3 points. l'hi Gamma Delta was second with 21 5-ti points and
Beta Ypsilon was third with an even 21 points.
Alpha Chi Rho not only took the majority of places in the events but also
had the greatest number of men competing as 41 men qualiiied in the dilfer-
The til-st event, the 75 yard dash, was held on the indoor track and conse-
quently the time was rather slow as the track is a very difiicult one to run.
The fence vault was one of tl1e most exciting and interesting events of the
day and was won by Little of Beta Vpsilon. The mile run was won by Bliss of
Alpha Chi Rho. Parnell easily won the shot put, and -ludd of 1'hi Delta Theta,
won the high jump.
The meet was a great success and much interest was shown in it by the
fraternity men. It will become an annual event here.
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I'hi Gamma Delta .. .. 21 5-ti
Beta Ifpsilon . .... .. 21
lncloor lnterclass Track Meet
For many years the intei-class track 111861 has occupied considerable atten-
tion in the program of athletics at Allegheny, this preliminary event reveal-
ing the prospective material around which the team of the following season
will be built.
In respect to individual men and material the class of 1924 stood out
prominently. Their members aggregated a total of tifty points. Between the
Seniors and the Freshmen ensued a race for second honors which the fourth
year men took by a one point margin. Sixteen of the Seniors total of eighteen
points were tallied by Chuck XVimmer who proved to be the highest individual
scorer of the meet. Chuck is captain of the track team for the season of 1923.
The Sophomores, displaying the spirit of the day, March 17, 1923, easily
won the annual indoor class meet. Several new records featured the perform-
ances of the afternoon. Mcliayis record of 5 ft. ti inches in the high
jump, established in 1916, was shattered by .ludd when he cleared the bar at
5 ft. and 9 3-4 inches. Bliss also established a new record i11 the two lnile by
clipping several seconds oti' the mark made by Beyer.
Ellsworth won the first event, the 49 yd dash, with Steenken a close second.
The pole vault developed into a lengthy struggle between Taylor and Judd,
which ended i11 a tie with the bar at 10 ft. 3 in. NVimmer took the 85 yard dash,
closely pressed by Nelson and Dunmire. The quarter and half-mile runs were
also won by NVimmer. Little won the mile with Bliss a close second. Dun-
mire won the potato race, while Fred Parnell won the shot-put.
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lnterscholastic Meet 1922
Tl1e seventh annual lllll?l'SCll0l21StlC' track 111eet witl1 1'eprese11tz1tive l62ll1lS
from 1111136 states, was 4'on1pleted l1IlilPI' the auspices ot Allegheny Follege on
lWOl1lg'0ll16I'y Athletic Field, May 14, 1922. Te11 19211118 t'0lll1lI'lSlllg the pick of
tl1e vicinity coinpcted i11 this annual classic. Tl1e inect was llillllllvll witl1 tl1e
llfll10S1l care illlll eiiiciency, and was coinpleted lllltlel' ideal weather l'0ll1llfl0llS.
Tl1e various teams hro11gl1t nlany supporters and excitelnent ran l1igl1.
South High of Youngstown SV0ll the annual event for tl1e second consecutive
year, but was greatly pressed for tl1e ll0ll0I' hy Central I-ligh of Erie. Tl1e all
around ability of tl1e Youngstown athletes created an excellent lIlllb1'6SSl0l1
While the Central High 111911 displayed f0I'lll i11 the Sllflllt events only. Acadeiny
High of Erie took third place witl1 Aslitahnla Harbor lligl1 only 0116 1101111 be-
l1i114l. Aslltahnla Harbor, 0011011611 hy il former Allegheny athlete, Lowell
Drake, inade il l'Qlll2ll'k2llJl0 showing considering tl1e 01llQI' scl1ools i11 coin-
SUMM.-1R1' or 1N7'1fR.s'c11o1..4STJC 1111,f1f1'.
1. F1onth1Higl1 School, Youngstown, U ..,................. 47M
2. l'.r1e Central lllgh, Erie, Pa. ...............,....,... ZQH
3. .Xcadenly High School, Erie, Pa. ,...,. .. 21
4. .Xshtahula Harbor lligh, Ashtabula, 0 .... zo
5. Rayen High School, Youngstown, 0 .....,.. . I2
6. .Xvalon High School, Pittsburgh, Pa ......... . I0
7. Clmutauqua Iligh School, Chautauqua, N. Y .... .. io
8, Meadville High School, Meaclville, Pa ........ ..
9. jefferson High, jefferson, O .............., . 5
10. lfast High School, Erie, Pa .......... . 1
lnterfraternity Track Meet 1922
Tl1e second 21111111211 I1lf61'fI'2lt8I'Hlly Track Meet l1el4l at Montgomery Field
W'ednesday, June 17 , was decided by the final event, the relay, which was XVOII
by Delta Tau Delta. Alpha Chi Rho, winners last year, were beaten out by a
llillf of a point for possession of tl1e H3ll1lllCl'SCl1l3g Trophy. Phi Delta Theta
followed close witl1 a total of 45 tallies.
Excellent weatl1er C0l1I1lll0IlS made possible tl1e sliattering of several track
records in the spirited contest for the cup. Al Bender bettered l1is previous
time for tl1e l1igl1 llllI'Cll6S and set a 11ew l1liII'k of 26 4-5 seconds i11 the 220 yard
l111r4lles. Judd equaled the local lllgll-jlllllll record when he cleared tl1e har at
5 feet 8 inches. Tonnny hfIl'fll'C2lT'y equaled tl1e century sprint record of 10 sec-
onds Hat l1el4l jointly by Spike CPOFISIIIIIH. ex-'22, and ll. YV. Clark, NDS.
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Alpha Chi Rho ...... . .. 48M
Phi Delta Theta ...... 4:
Pl1i Gamma Delta .,... . 8
Helm Upsilon ...... . 4
Phi Alpha Kappa ...... . 3M
Sigma Alpha Epsilon, . .. 3
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C1..xRr:N1'r: INGHAA1. Jn., '25 1511... ...... Rf'portr'r
EI.PI.KN11lil1I T.xY1.ou. '25 131.. .Alumni Editor
K.Vl'Ill1IltlNl1I Ronlws. '23 171. .. ..... E1'f'lLfl'I'Lgf' Editor
I. B. ES'l'lCl'. '23 121 ........ ...Ui'rculotion Manager
Tmzonmuc Loxz. '24 111... .... B'llfSl7l.l'SS Manager
The Campus was first issued in 1876 as the College Weekly. It appears each week,
usually on Wednesday and brings all items of news before the student body in a very
line manner. Change in the quality of paper used as well as other changes in the form
of the paper have made it better than ever this year.
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The Literary Monthly
Miss TOBIN Miss BOXN'MAN IIIXSON 1.ARSON
Minn' Al.lC'I,X Tomy. '23... .... Erlitor-in-C'hif'f
Him-:N J. Bmviwux. '23 .... ...Associate Editor
Ji11mM1aC. HIXSON, '22 .... .... . fissoviate Editor
J. Enwix L.ucsoN, '23 .... ...R'1l,Si'I'lf'SS Manager
The Lit is published seven times during the year. It consists of literature of local
talent written by students and faculty. The changing of the size, cover, and general
make up during the past year has added much to its attractiveness.
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COLEMAN Scnuixrz AICCLEAN
Dx. J. R. Sc1u1I.'1'z...
DR. W. A. ELL1o'r'r. . .
Pitolf. L. D. McC1.r:.xN.
J. EDXVIN Lsusox ....
Board of Publications
CHA1tI.Es A. BOLLINGER ....
W. MELVILLIQ JoN11:s. . .
ALICIA TOBIN. . . . . . .
I. B. Esri-:P .......
.. . .Chairman
. . . . . . . .Treasurer
.Editor of the Kaldron
.Editor of the Campus
of the Literary Monthly
. .Circulation Manager
The Publications Board is a continuous organization made up of the editors of the
three student publications, the manager, the circulation manager, and three faculty
members. The purpose of the board is twofold. In accordance with the existing com-
petitive regulations for the selection of the various staffs, the board meets shortly after
Easter of each year and elects the editors and managers of the student publications.
The individual editors are given free hand in the control of the policy of each publica-
tion and there is no censorship of material.
Moreover, the board has complete control over the financial matters pertaining to
the publishing and distribution of the various publications. A budget is adopted the
first of each year and all money is received and disbursed by the treasurer of the board.
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SUTTON HA MME'r'r
WESTERN RESERVE vs. ALLEGHENY
Ford Memorial Chapel, March 1, 1923
QI'l4IS'l'I0Nf Resolved, That the power of the Federal Supreme Court to declare
statutes unconstitutional should be restricted.
Am7'7HQfi17PLRf?S07"UC Nvyat'iw'-Alleghwny '
D. A. DE SANYO. '25 R. H. Dmlmmzit. '25
C. F. MK'FRl'1DI'IlIIL'K. '24 C. E. HAMM1-:'1"i'. JR.. '25
D. C. FREER, '24 J. E. L.xnsoN, '23
REV. DK. H. B. BOYD MR. C. E. GI-IRRISII MR. XV. V. ZAIINISIGR
Negative won 3-0
J. H. Bozrv, '23 A. W. Tnmms, '25
R. W. LEEPIGR. '25 A. H. Dl4I'l"l'l'II.Ii.kl'II. '24
J- L- ROSS, '23 HHKMAN WA1.I,Ac'1-:, '23
Picolf. K. F. GICISER Picon P. S. 1f'1i:1:m'lc Mic. C. P. lNI.n'oir
Affirmative won 2-1
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Washington 16 Jefferson vs..AZlegheny
Ford Memorial Chapel, March 9, 1923
QUESTION: Resolved That the power of the Fed l S
. era upreme Court to declare
statutes unconstitutional should be restricted.
Afjirmative-Allegheny Negative-W. if J.
J. H. Bozlc, '23 D. E. BEECHI-Ju. '23
R. W. LEEPIQK. '25 J. M. LOVETT, '23
J. L. Ross, '23 R. M. WAYMAN. '24
MR. C, R. MII.LER MR. G. O. MooRE MR. L. H. VAN HoU'1'1-:N
Affirmative won 3-0
WOOSTER COLLEGE rs. ALLEGHENY COLLEGE
At Wooster, March 9, 1923
DEAN NICLAI'llIILIN, '25 R. H. DEMMLER, '25
Lr:S'1'IcR DONikI.DSON, '24 C. E. HAMME'1"l'. JR., '25
J. E. JACKSoN, '23 '
J. E. LARSON, 23
PROF. J. H. DUBoIs PRoF. A. B. MCCARTY
Negative won 2-1
PROF. G. H. BARNES
DICKINSON COLLEGE vs. ALLEGHENY COLLEGE
. Ford Memorial Chapel, April 19, 1923
QUESTION: Resolved. That th
e United States and the several states should establish
industrial courts analogous in principle to the Kansas Industrial Court.
I. F. Hom, '25 R. W. LEEPER. '25
C. B. STONER. '23 C. L. SUTTON, '25
F. L. HENNING1-:R, '24 J. L. Ross, '23
MR. F. T. CHAIVIBERLAIN MR. J. C. DIEIIL MR. E. D. DIEHM
Negative won 3-0
R. H. DI-:MML1-IR, '25 C. SMITH, '23
C. E. I'IAMlVIE'l'T. JR, '25 A. K. SMITH. '23
J. E. LARSON, '23 E. C. RIGGIN, '23
DR. A. E. BROWN Rav. T. J. FERGUSON PROF. W. E. SEvERANc'x-1
Affirmative won 2-1
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RESUME OF DEBATE
- Allegheny debating teams have this season made for themselves a remarkable rec-
ord, having Won six straight victories and finished their diiTicult schedule without a
defeat. As this is the second season that Allegheny has been undefeated on the plat-
form, it stands as a record of which the school is very proud.
The season opened with a dual debate with Western Reserve on the Supreme Court
question. Not content with only two victories the teams next met Washington and
Jefferson and VVooster in a triangular debate on the same question, and this time again
added to their laurels two more victories
The season closed with a dual debate with Dickinson on the Kansas Industrial
Court question. This was the first time that Allegheny had met Dickinson on the debate
platform and the teams, having had little time to prepare for the contest, were uneasy
as to the result. However the outcome resulting in two more victories was more than
Allegheny should feel justly proud of her debating teams, and much credit should
go to the men who have sacrificed much time and energy in upholding Allegheny in such
a fine manner.
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H. D. HVMMER 175 ....... .... 7 'l'!'ClS'lL7'f'7'
M.XRY C. D01cWOK'I'lI 161 .... . , .Nr'vr0tary
Du. S. S. Sw.xR'1'1,m' 121 Puoi-'. L. D. McC1.i:.xN 111
DR. C. F. Ll'l"I'lCLI, 131 l'lmF. R. W. 'l'uoM.xs 141
The Oratorical Association has complete control of all debating and forensic activ-
ities of the college. It arranges for debates and contests of various kinds and keeps alive
at all times an active interest in oratory and debate.
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.WakeHe1d Oratorical Contest
Ford Memorial Chapel, December 8, 1922
JOHN H. Bozro iwinnerl ....
CHARLES E. Trim'
. . ."Principle versus Policy"
.. ."A Citizenry of the World"
DANIEL W. STEICNKEN ......
T ...... ......... .... ' ' The Cycle of History"
Horan Sl'PT. P. D. BLAIR
W. J. NICCLINTOCK Rav. DR. H. H.
PhilofFranklin Oratotical Contest
Ford Memorial Chapel, May 3, 1923
D. W. STI-IENKI-QN. '25 Ucinnerj ....
C. LEO SUT'1'oN, '25 Csecondb .....
. . ."Tolerance and Faith"
JOHN PRATT, '25 ..,.......... .."Illiteracy in America"
A. HITGHES BARTILTT, '26. .. ......... .. ."The League of Nations"
DR. W. H. CHURCH MR. C. W. GILL Puor. R. H. SKELTON
Extemporaneous Speaking Contest
Ford Memorial Chapel, November 17, 1922
k b Joint Management of Em-
J. EDWIN LARsoN iwinnerb ...... "Prevention of Stri es y
ployer and Employee"
CHARLES A. BOLLINGER fsecondj . . ."Prevent
Capital and Labor"
I. B. ESTEP ......
ion of Strikes by Trade Agreement Between
t'Prevention of Strikes by Government Ownership"
Prevention of Strikes by Making Striking Illegal"
CHARLES E. Tl-:FFT .... . . "
DR. COLEMAN DR. Ll'l"l'l'ILL
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Ford Memorial Chapel, November 17, 1922
CuARL1cs T. SEVERN tthirdb .... ..."Mark Anthony's Address" from "Julius Caesar"
H. GRANT CI'MM1Nus ........... ............ R ene Viviana's "Certainty of Victory"
CHARLES L. Srrrox fsccondl .... ....... V ictor Hugo's "The Guillotine"
JoIIN B. GORDON .............. ...... ' 'Sparatacus the Gladiator"
DANIEL S'l'l'IENKEN iwmnerb . .. .."Gunga Din" by Kipling
Gnouoi-1 F1'1'zPAT1m'K ........ ......... ...... ' ' Americanizationn
DR. B.xsCoM DK. CoL1':MAN Dk. L1T1'l4:LL
Qri:s'r1oN2 Resolved, That the United States and the several states should establish
courts analogous in principle to the Kansas Court of Industrial Relations.
Ford Memorial Chapel, March 15, 1923
D. W. ST1-:ENKEN J. A. PALMER
M. A. MooK A. H. BAMLM1'
C. L. SUTTON G. M. FITZPATRICK
Won by Negative 2-1
DR. O. P. Amzns Prior. H. W. GILMER DR. K. F. BAscoM
J. E. LARSON, Presiding Officer
Intercollegiate Oratorical Contest
Each year Allegheny participates in an intercollegiate oratorical contest held under
the auspices of the Civic Oratorical League. VVooster, Colgate, W. Sz J., Ohio Wesleyan,
and the University of Pittsburgh as well as Allegheny compete in this contest. Each
school is entitled to one speaker. This year Mr. John Bozic, winner of the Wakefield
prize, represents Allegheny in the contest.
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Petit Salou, Bugs Club, and Uralftg Modern l'l'0lDl0lllS, toog
St. Cecilia, History, Baud, Glue, Klee-0, zunl llu.
Block A, Dutton, M. N. S. Illness, and also Greek,
And every uno of these 1lZlI'll flllllgS meets 'l'uvs4l:ly. second wovl '
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RIILLER LARSON WISE
J. E. Limsox .... .......................... ...... P 1 'csidcnt
C. H. COCHRAN . . . . . .Vice-President
R. M. Powizm., .. ..... Secretary
H. C. MILL1-:ic .... ..... . . . Treasurer
Senator for 1923
Phi Kappa Psi ......
Phi Gamma Delta. . .
Delta Tau Delta ....
. .... C. H. Coi'1ucAN
... . .V. L. Wrsl-2
Phi Delta Theta ....... .... J . H. Bozlc
Sigma Alpha Epsilon .... .... H . C. Mu.Li:1e
Alpha Chi Rho ....... . . .C. A. BoLLINm:R
Beta Upsilon ..... J. G1-:lun-:LY
Phi Alpha Kappa .....................,.....,........................... R. M. Powrzu.
The Men's Senate, organized in 1916 to give the students more opportunity for self-
government, has been remarkably successful in supervising elections, enforcing college
rules and traditions and cooperating with the Faculty Discipline Committee.
Representation is given to each fraternity. Three juniors are nominated from each
group and one of these is elected by the men of the college. These eight men com-
prise the Senate the following year. This system of student government has functioned
efliciently during the years that it has been used, meeting with the full approval of the
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SARA lVIl'Ql'IS'l'1lN. ..
NIARY XVICKIIAM . ..
ELI-IANORIC Tin'l,o1:. . .
Miuarix Avxcm' ....
DoKo'1'rrY Imvm. , .
. . . .Pwnsidnnt
. . . . . . Vive-President
. . .Nr'm'r'tr1ry-Treasurfw
. .Nvrmzrl Junior
. . . . , . , .NU1i1If0lIlO7'f'
.. .First Senior Trmrn
Srvcoml Svvzwior Town
. . . . . . . .Junior Tozrn
M em bm'
Mr' 111, I1 f'r
The XV0lll6ll'S Senate at Allegheny is one of the most efficient and surcessful of the
administrative bodies of the college. While the organization is somewhat different in
structure from that of the Men's Senate it has been found to work just as well, and
the Senate has done much to promote and regulate customs and traditions.
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JULIAN L. Ross ..... .......................,.... ............ C ' hairman
Sunil E. S'1'1-:NLE ..., ..............,.......... . .Svcrctary-Trcasurcr
DK. VV. A. ELL1oTT Dk. I. R. Bl'III.l'IR
DR. C. F. Ross Pico:-'. H. W. Gimimc
DR. F. G. HENKE Miss Em'1'iI Rl3XX'I.l'IX'
C. F. BOYNTON J. L. Ross
E. J. GERGI-:LY M. L. Gi-zuiuiml'
C. S. TIIOBYRN S.x1c.xH E. S'l'14:i-:mi
EDITH Bxmss Doicorirv Rmcn
MASRY IJORXVORTH D.XI.l'1 S'1'icwA1c'1'
KATIIERINIC Kl'Dl-Ill R. VV. PR.x'r'r
H. D. Hl'MMi:i:
V. A. CHILCOTE Rl"l'1r El.I.I0'l"l'
F. NV. M.XSON FRANVIS S'l'UOI.i-'l-Ili
R. L. Gmzmywoon P. R. VVm'.xNn
E. D. S'11xl'l.1'::-a
The Classical Club, which was the first departmental club to be organized, has had a
long and successful existence. The members, consisting of the instructors in the classi-
cal departments and about twenty advanced students meet for the review of current
literature and for the reading and discussion of papers submitted along the lines of
classical investigation. For the past two years moving pictures with classical back-
grounds have been brought to the college under the auspices of this club.
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RUTH LING ......
COURTNIGY DALE. . .
Dre. J. R. SCHULTZ
DR. S. S. SwAIc'I'I.EY
MISS EDITH ROVVLEY
PIIOI-'. H. S. E. GOODF
ROIzEIc'r L. lVlL'RPHY
EM no J. GEIIIIELY
FRANK L. JOLLY
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PIQOE. R. W. THOMAS
MR. JEROME HIXsON
J. EDYVIN LARSON
ROI:ER'I' lVIm'CI'LI.I A1
The Quill Club was organized at Allegheny in 1899 to stimulate the literary interests
the students. In complying with its avowed cultural aim many noted writers are
brought to the college under the auspices of the club. Regular monthly meetings are
held in the club room in the Library at which programs on literature, journalism ora
tory, or drama are given.
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Modern Problems Club
J. EDNVIN L.u:soN ......
PAH. W. CI,.xIcKI-I .,.....
CIIAIcI.Ics A. BoI,I.INGIcIc..
J. EDXVIN LrxI:soN
PAVI. W. CI.rxIcKI:
CIIAxLI:s A. BoI.I.INuI'.
SAMUICI. P. BA'l'Ics
Rl7SSk1I,li C. M. BLODIIII
WARREN D. Bol'I:Q1'1N
Ivr:Y B. Es'rI:1'
JoIIN E. BIcowNI11LL
C0llR'l'Nl4LY M. DALI4:
Lmcor C. DIcVoI:Ic
EDGAR L. Grxs'I'I4:1cII:Ic
FA UIVLTY MEMBER
Pkol-'rzsson Luc D. MUCLIQAN
DoNAI.D C. TIIoMI'soN
ICICNNARD H. GooDwIN
VVII,I.I.xM L. H1-INliY
li TIc.u'IcY L. Jo1INsoN
W. lVIIcI,vII.I,I+: JoNI4:s
:'I"I' RAY L. KI.IN1llNSMI'l'lI
Al.l'IXiXNIll1Ilt W. M.xIsoN
HtJlClXl'l'l B. KN.Xl'l'
A1cDIcN D. Moox
LAwIcI4:NcI: H. Nl'NN
LIcoNrxI:D A. ScII.xI-'ICR
. . . . . . .Vice-Prcfsirlzznt
. . .Scvrf'tary-T1'easu1'm'
El'1'll'INlC P. MII.I.I-:R
Rillil-I1C'l' L. MVRPHY
RALPH M. PowI:LL
FRANK S. ZIIIQDIICH
CIIAx1.I:s M. CocHImN
RJXYLIKDNIJ VV. CoUnTNr:Y
KI41NNI':'I'II A. SMITH
AIc'I'HU1: B. WIQIIII
MA'I"1'HIH:w V. WR-IClII'I'. Ju.
SIQWAKD W. SI-:YBoLD
The purpose of the Modern Problems Club is indicated by its name. In order to
create and maintain an interest in modern problems, the club meets monthly. Member-
ship in the club is limited to thirty, and members are elected from those men in the two
upper classes who are taking advanced work in economics.
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Tinigley Biological Club
IRA O. FLIQMINIL. . . . . . . .. . . . ............. President
A141015 RoAcH ........ ......... V "ice-Pwsident
RIZTH M1'CAI'FIcI:'1'Y .... ........................ .... i 4 cfcfreta1'y-T1'0asu1'er
Dia. K. F. BASVOM Picon C. VV. SKINNE12
Puoi-'. D. E. TIIoMAs V
Joslcvu F. CANIIY RAYMOND H. BOAK
OSCAR L. CAR'l'XVlilllH'l' HAILIIIET' R. KIRK
IRA O. FLIQMING JAMES H. MITcIIr:LL
RI"l'II Mc'CAFF1':Ic'l'Y RlKI.l'H H. POYVICLI.
PAUL V. Moox HIQLIQN M. SIIAFMQII
ALI1'r1 RoAc'II SAMUEL M. SPARKS
LICONORIAI A. BIf:Iu.IN RUTII LING
MI:IcIcILL XV. D0oL1'rTLI: Jos:-:PH C. Mom-'A'l'
K.X'I'lIl-IRIN!-I Kl'IDl1ll! WALTER F. SIIIVI-:LY
VVILLIAM H. SMITH
Hxlcm' C. LUHAN HAIu:1I-:TT C. Rooms
The Tingley Biological Club was organized in 1914 by advanced students in the
biology department for the purpose of advancing the interest of the students in the work
of that department. The members take picnic hikes every two weeks, and meetings are
held in the alternate weeks.
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VIRGINIA GRENI-1I.I.I: .....
RAYNIIINII CoI'R'I'NIcY ....
GIJORIIIJ HAI'PI:I.I. ..... .
PROF. GRORIII: Do'I'Y
DR. J. L.
Hl'II.l4ZN Bowxvl AN
VIICKPINIIX GRIQN IcI.I.I-2
Le Petit Salon
FA CULT Y MEMBERS
Mlss N,A0lN1I KISYIIOl'I
Rrsso Miss AN'roINI:'I
J UNI ORS
. . . . . .Prcsiclcnt
. . . Vice-1'residcnt
. . . . . .Secretary
. . . .'l'r1'asurcr
DR. H. W. CIIYRCII
Le Petit Salon is composed of those students and faculty members who are interested
in French language, literature and art. The organization each year gives a French play,
the one this year being A'Les Femmes Fortesj' a three act play which was very cleverly
acted and the performance of which was a credit to the French department of Allegheny.
Dr. Joseph L. Russo has helped much in this development of the French play at Alle-
gheny and to him credit is due.
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Mun' HI'1NIll'1llSllN. .. ,..... P1 1 szdl nt
Hlf1l.l'1N BowM.xN. .. ....... V'i1'1r-l11szd1nt
lVI.uuA Avmcr .... .......... . . .N1'1'r1ftary-71111214111
Membership in this club is limited to those young women who are interested 1n
History and Political Science. Meetings are held hi-monthly at which current topics are
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History and Political Science Club
NV. M. JON:-Ls ......
KATHRYN RO1:1Ns. . ..
PIARRII-I'l' Trrrs ....
DOROTHY LICICPHR ....
DR. C. B. COLIAJMAN
C. A. Boi.LINur:R
L. T. PATTISON
R. VV. PRATT
T. S. BAKER
The History and Political Science
ments of history and political science
DR. C. L. LI'l"l'l'1I.l.
K. A. SMITH
G. L. BRUNVN
M. V. VVRIGIIT
M. A. MOOK
J, M. PRATT
. . .Vicc-President
. . . . . .Secretary
. . . .Treasurer
D. W. THOMAS
J. E. LARSON
D. W. MYXRSII
W. M. JONES
C. L. SUTTON
R. H. DPIMh1l,I1Il!
Club, composed of those majoring in the depart-
and other elected members, is aililiated with the
"International Relations Clubs Movement" and is addressed by speakers of distinction
at least twice a year.
During the past year one meeting each month was devoted to international questions
and one to local history.
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Philosophy and Education Club
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Du. F. G. Hl'INKll
J. H. Bozlc
C. T. BOYNTON
E. R. BURDICK
J. E. Luzsox
C. L. Cvslvx
POSTGRA II UA TE
R. A. TH14:l7ur:'1'
Miss VARENIQ Cox 1 ns
F. H. Moolu-1 '
G. D. PKATHER
J .- L. Ross
C. S. Tnoisrnx
C. VV. HAVICE
The Philosophy and Education Club was formed early in 1923 to satisfy a long felt
need tor an organization to selevt its members from the departments of Philosophy and
Fducation The membership is limited to thirty students of the one hundred seventy
taking work in the department.
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H. C. Mirmza
M. E. Koifrolcn
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P. H. SIIVLTZ
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H. H. Loomis
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C. H. XVILLS
D. H. ClD.Xl.l4I
R. W. EI,I.SNN'l7li'I'II
M. L. .Iron
H. A. Buss
L. S. Blau'
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F. A. P.x1cN1-11.1.
The lilork "A" Club was organized in 1920 in order to bring Allegheny's letter men
into Closer fraternal relationship. However, besides maintaining its dominant social
function. the cfluh fosters better athletics in the 1-ollege. stimulates interest and spirit in
the student body, and in general c-ooperates with the Athletic' Board of Control in its
endeavor to advanve the new program just inaugurated.
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C. T. BoYN'roN 123
I. O. FLNMIN1: 133
NV. L. HENRY 143
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C. M. DAM: 1133
R. R. H.xYlcs 1173
l. M. HPINl.l4I1' 1183
A. Hlmls 153
H. Kl':1.1.Y 163
R. l.l41F1f1N1m'1f11.r. 173
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R. Gxulc 1143
L. G.xs'1'xc1GxcR 1153
W. lVIomc1ssr:Y 1193
E. Ross 1203
. . . V'icre-President
. . . . . . .Sem'fvta1'y
.. . . . . . . .Treasu1'c'r
. . . .Sc'rgf'ant-at-Arms
The Allegheny Craft Club represents Free Masonry at Allegheny, and is composed
of those who have taken or are ready to take their iirst degree in Masonry. It has done
much to promote good feeling among student Masons.
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The Thoburn Club is composed of those young men of the college who expect to enter
the Christian ministry or other form of Christian service. The club meets every month
to discuss various religious problems and prominent religious leaders address the mem-
bers from time to time.
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CHARLES W. HAVICE, '24.
C. Hownnn WILLS, '23..
FRANK W. MASON. '25. . .
RALPH H. DIQMMLER. '25
. . . .First Vice-President
. . .Second Vice-President
J. EDXVIN LA1csoN, '23. .. ......................,....,. .... A ttcndance Committce
Jo1IN H. Bozlo, '23 ..... ......................... S octal Committee
WiXI,'Fl'IR KINKiklD, '24 ..... .......................... Il Iusic Committee
C. STANLEY TIIOBURN, '23 .... .... S unday School and Dcputation Committee
EMRO J. Gi-:1mi:LY, '23 ..... ................ A mcricanization Committee
Miro M. Moox. '24. .. ........................ ........ P ublioity Committee
DR. J. R. Sl'III'L'l'Z DR. F. G. Hl'INKI'l
Since 1875 the college has been helped by the Y. M. C. A. This organization has
aided always in maintaining a high moral and Christian standard among the students.
The Association is rendering real service to the college and the community through
Americanization work, publication of the Student Manual, Y. M. and Y. W. reception,
and the weekly meetings which are held in Cochran Hall.
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ANNA RIClH'l'L1IRl'1 ....
MARY WIII'l'l"IlCI.D. . .
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ADVISOR Y ROA RI!
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Music and 0onff'v'r'm'f'
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The Young XVOIll9Il'S Christian Association is composed of women students who are
interested in the promotion of religious welfare, and who endeavor to unite tl1e women
of all Creeds in a combined effort to follow out the teavhings of Christ, The Association
fills a practical need in the college by arranging various social events for the women
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Motto: "The Evangelization of the World in this Generation."
IJOROTIIY LEEPER. . . . .......... ..,.. P rcsidfmt
BLANCHE JOYCE. . . ...... Vice-President
SYLVIA BARNES .... . . .Scoretary-Treasurer
Mics. RUTH C. THOBURN
STANLEY THOBURN DOROTHY LEEPER
MARTIN GEARHARDT MARY XVHITFIELD
J UNIORS .
SYLVIA BARNES BLANCHE JOYCE
FRANK MYKSON RJYSSELL DENISON
The Student Volunteers are Alleghenians who propose to serve as religious workers
in foreign fields. The band was formed for the purpose of mutual study, prayer, and
discussion. The organization aims to promote Christian ideals in collegiate life, and to
offer students opportunity for definite Christian missionary effort. The society, to-
gether with the Y. M. C. A. and the Y. W. C. A., had the honor and good fortune of being
able to entertain a hundred and fifty delegates from the colleges of Western Penn-
sylvania in the Student Missionary Conference this spring.
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Girls' Glee Club
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vollege chapel. Later in the year they joined with the 1nen's vluh in giving ai coinhined
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St. Cecelia Club
RVTII Mc'CA1-'Fi:m'Y ...,
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El.IZ4XIlP1'l'II KING .....
Hicri-:N Slurri-:iz .... . ....... .......... . . .Nl'c'rf'tflry-Trf'as11rcr
Mus. H. VV. CH1'i:z'u
Mus. J. L. Rrsso
Mus. F. G. Hl4INlil'1
The St. Cecelia Club was formed three years ago to promote musical interest among
the women students. Its members, women from the upper classes, are expected to take
an active part in the programs from time to time. The club gives a public program each
year in addition to its bi-monthly meetings at which subjects of interest are discussed.
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Klee-0-Kleet is 21 companion organization to Duzer Du. Its purpose is to arouse
dramatic interest znnong the women of the college and to present at least one play un-
nually. IW6I!lll6l'SlllIl is limited to thirty women, all of whom lllllSt be chosen from tlie
two upper vlusses.
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Allegheny's Glee Club this year is, beyond all doubt, equal to if not better than any
which has represented the college in many years, and the season, although rather short,
has nevertheless been successful from all standpoints. There have been several factors
responsible for this success. First, there has been the hearty cooperation of the mem-
bers of the Club. Second, efficient mziflagement has made it possible for the Club to ap-
pear at its best. Third, and most important, has been the enthusiasm and untiring etforts
of Professor Lee lless Barnes of the Pennsylvania College of Music, under whose excel-
lent direction the Club has been able to present such remarkable programs. Much credit
is also due Chase Gage for his work as leader of the Club.
Professor Barnes has taken the usual type of material found at Allegheny and
moulded it into a musical organization which surpasses the majority of clubs on the
road this season. Although the Club is rather small in numbers, the type of work do11e
has been of a distinctly high quality. For the most part the music has been of a much
more difficult nature than that usually attempted by a college group, yet it has been
rendered in a very fine manner, as those who have heard it will testify.
While many of the numbers sung by the Club are of somewhat deeper trend, the con-
cert programs have been particularly well balanced. Selections of a lighter vein as
well as numerous pleasing novelty features have been inserted at frequent intervals,
thus completing a program which appeals to almost every kind of audience, without be-
coming monotonous along any one theme.
Due to rather unfortunate circumstances, the management has not been able to ar-
range as many concert dates as might have been desired and consequently the season
has been of rather short duration. Each appearance of the Club, however. has been
well received and has done much to advance Allegheny's already high reputation. There
have been four out-of-town engagements, at Erie, Corry, Pittsburgh, and TVarren.
These concerts were all attended by large appreciative audiences who were loud in their
praise of the Club's showing. In addition to these concerts, the Club gave its home con-
cert in Ford Memorial Chapel during the winter and also appeared with the Girls' Glee
Club in a combined concert late in the spring. Both of these appearances were attended
by large numbers of the students and townspeople,
With Professor Barnes as director next year and only a small part of the personnel
lost by graduation the outlook for another and perhaps even better Club is particularly
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J. E. LARSUN .... .. ....... President
H. C. WILI.s. .. .,4..... Vice-Prc's'i1Zf'11t
J. H. Bozic. .. ......................... .. .New'rrtary-Trf'asurf'r
11 ONORA R Y MEMBERS
Du. J. R. SH1i1.'1'x Pkolf. R. W. T11oMAs
Pico!-'. H. S. E. GoonFif:Ll.ow
S. P. B.x'rics P. W. Clnxicm:
R. M. PUXVELL G. D. Pk.x'1'111-:R
H. B. KNAPP R. DFNDKJN
W. B. GEALY W. F. T.vxNNic11lLL
C. W. H.xv1cr: A. D. Mooic
T. Loux T. A. SI1':m.1-1
D. W. S'l'I+IlCNKl'1N H. BAVM
M. L. Jrnn F. E. Ricicn
Duzer Du is a semi-secret invitational organization composed of the men of the col-
lege who are interested in the various phases of dramatic production, membership being
based on histrionic or managerial ability. The club was organized in 1909 and since
that time has produced at least one play a year, the cast of which is chosen by com-
petition, any student being permitted to try out.
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Founded at Jefferson College, 1852
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PENNSYLVANIA BETA CHAPTER
Established at Allegheny, 1855
PAUL W. CLARKE 111
KI-:NNARD H. GOODWVIN 1
G. BRYON HAEER 131
W. LOUIS HENRY 141
KPZNNPI'l'H A. HINES 15
WILLIAM H. KREISS 161
DEPAWV P. BIRD 1141
G. LORIMER BROYVN 1151
LEROY C. DEVORE 1161
CHASE R. GAGE 1171
W. L. LEFFINGXVELII 1181
RODNl'1Y G. DEAN 1231
FRANCIS A. DRAKE 1241
RUSSELL R. HLSYES 1251
HAROLD D. KIRKI'A'I'RICK 1261
JAMES A. CIILBERTSON 1321
XVILLIAM E. DOLDIC 1331
A. BOYD MILLI-:R 1341
J. EDXVIN LARSON 171
W. H.AROI.D LEEFINGWELL 181
ALEXANDER W. MIXBON 191
Gl'Ili.AI.D D. PRATIIER 1101
PIOXVARD XVILLS 1111
AIIL R. WINEMAN 1121
FRANK S. ZIIRBUCH 1131
ARDEN D. MOOK 1191
WESLI-:Y E. MCJRRISSPIY 1201
HARRY H. RICE 1291
ROSS P. S'I'EE'l'LE 1211
WILLARD F. TANNEHIIIL 1221
ALEXANDER D. MOORE 1271
FRANK E. REED 1281
JAMISON S. SIDES 1301
CHARLES C. WOLZ 1311
HAROLD E. MILLIKEN 1351
GEORGE L. Rl'1lD
CIIARLES T. SEVERN 1361
WILLIAM F. WEAVER 1371
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Founded at Jefferson College, 1848
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FRANK L. JOLLY 125 RUBER1' L. MVRPHY 145
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L0l'IS A. BRAITN 165 yi 5 J WENI11-:LL B. GEALY 1115
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Co1'1c'x'NEY M. DALE 185 N' '15, f1JY2y' .J BYRoN H. KN.-Xl'l' 1135
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R15lll-1lI'l' R. DICNISON 195 WILLIAM J. IJALIC 1195
HEm:ERT C. B:XI'3l 1165 RALPH H. DEMMLICR 1205
LEWIS S. BLAc'KwELL 1175 CHARLES E.H1XMMl'IT1'.JR. 1215
S. LICKOY BYIIAM 1185 SICTH E. Horan 1225
TIIICIIIIURIG O. M1'QlfIS'l'l5N 1235
C1LuvFo1:n J. Coxlun 1245 S. Husu Plxlcm-zu 1285
C. AR'I'IIl'li DAIII. 1255 KARL IRIEMICR. 1295
EDGAR C. DEIINIG 1265 BENJAMIN M. S'rmGH'1' 1305
Jo11N H. MILLER 1275 JouN B. Gonnox
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Founded at Bethany College, 1859
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S1XML'l'II, P. BATISS 113
W. DUCRAY BOPRQVIN 123
RUSSELL T. DO1Nu 133
W. Mm.x'ILLE JONES 143
R.XI.1'1I A. CLARK 1103
DONALD H. COAL14: 1113
LLOYD J. BRI-INDICI.
EY'BlRI4I'l"l' R. DAvls 1153
NRLLIS H. Flsllmc 1163
XVILLIAM F. McG1LL 1173
J. W. CLARK lwvlxrzlli 1183
GIAICJRGIC R. Ali1'lll413l.IJ 1243
A. IVAN DAv1':Nl'OR'1'
VVALLA1'l'I L. DAVIS 1253
H13I!l+lli'l' K. EVANS
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RAY G. KLlN1iINSBII'l'II 153
MA1'R1c'1c E. KOFFORD 163
JOSICPII F. LORZ 173
LEONARD A. SCHAFI-:R 183
VEliN1JN L. WISE 193
TIIIAXIIIURE LORZ 1123
Hl'lil41lR'l' P. M13l!I,l41Y 1133
JUHN B. PRATIIRR 1143
HOWARD B. lN1Y'l'rNm-:R 1193
PAH. M. Rr:MAL1cY 12133
NVILLIAM A. RISHER 1213
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D.XNll4II. XV. S'l'1':1-1NR1cN 1233
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I. K1-:NN1c'I'n LOOAN 1283
R1c'11ARD SMITH 12533
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Founded at Miami University, 1848
Flower-White Carnation Colors-Argent and Azure
PENNSYLVANIA DELTA CHAPTER
Established at Allegheny, 1879
FRATH N Qi., LTATE
WVu.1,IAM A. EI,I,I11'I"1', L.H.D. f STANLEY S. SXVARTLEY, Ph.D
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R. HARol,n BOAK 111 .X 7 f. NH iff - JOSEPH E. CANRY 151
CARLYLE T. BoYN'roN 121 1,sx"'i 1 - I-11-IILSCHI-Il, H. Looivus 161
JOHN H. BOZIC 131 W 'X 'kg Jr1,1Ax L. Ross 171
E.Klil. R. Bl1RD1c'R 141
RI1'1IfXRI1 W. EI.LSNVOR'l'Il 191 9: MAN A
Jolm J. Fumes 1101
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Ru'11.xRn C. GRIFFING 1141
E1'm:icNE H. I'IAK'I'ZICLL 1151
M. L.1xw1:1cNn'1c .Iron 1161
A. Hrunics BAli'l'l.l'1'l'T 1221
Joux H. BI.11XV1CK 1231
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Glcouui-1 M. FI'l'ZI'A'l'RI1'K 12
P.x1'l. R. VV!-:YARD 1211
PAN. E. 1VION'l'G0lNll'lRY 1231
KbINNIfITIl A. SMITH 181
JoslcPH E. IVIOFI-Lvl' 1111
R1llil4IllT VV. PRA'r'l' 1121
Romcln' E. PIPER 1171
JOHN M. PR.vr'1' 1181
Tuolvilxs A. TRAX 1191
H,-XIIIIY S. M. TRol'P 1201
Jolm B. HARRlsoN 1251
E. Al,i:X.xNn1cR HILI. 1261
P. HPIRBlf2K'l' Lumix 1271
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Sigma Alpha Epsilon
Founded at University of Alabama, 1856
Colors-Purple and Gold
PENNSYLVANIA DELTA CHAPTER
Established at Allegheny, 1887
FRATRXES kg?1F CULTA TE
R. EDYVIN LEE, Sc.D. , 31 113 , I PAUL E. HILL, NLS.
CHARLES J. LING, Ph.D. fi-:',. 3 0 8 ROBERT W. THOMAS, A.M.
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FRED S. HITcHENs 121 if HARRY C. MILLER 141
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SAMUEL A. ALTER 161 1. SEYVARD W. SEYBOLD 191
WALKER W. KINKAID 171' ' PAI'L H. SIIULTZ 1101
LAWRENCE H. NL'NN 181 , W W. I'IOYVARD SMITH 1111
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THEODORE H. ALLEEACH 1121
JOHN A. BROOKS 1131
EUGENE J. BREXV 1141
CLARENCE H. INGRAM, JR. 1151
JOIIN I. KENT 1161
ROY A. NlCI,SON 1171
HERMAN S. WASSER 1241
GOFI'l'IIE G. FAUST 1251
JAMES V. HANLON 1261
ALDPIN E. HITMESTON 1271
WILLARD R. MERRELL 1281
HICRIIIEZRT H. OLSON 1181
BOYD C. PARSHALL 1191
HERBERT E. RENICK 1201
LEO E. ROSS 1211
C. LEO SUTTON 1221
CHARLES C. TAYLOR, JR. 1231
FRANCIS W. MYFORD 1291
JOSEPH J. PIEFFLICY 1301
IIOXVARD P. TAYLOR 1311
H. DONALD WALLEY 1321
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Alpha Chi Rho
' Founded at Trinity College, 1895
Flower-Red and White Carnations Colors-Garnet and White
PHI IOTA CHAPTER
Established at Allegheny, 1914
FRATRES I2?A?,fF'A UULTA TE
FREDIQRICK G. HENKl'I, Ph.D , Y GIIIPZS M. BOLLINGICR. M.S.
CLIFFORD W. SKINNI-:R. B.S. ,K '-E X qf DALI-1 E. THOINIAS. B.S.
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RALYII P. AGNIJW 115 .h TRACEY E. G. GRI:I+:NLI'Nn 185
RALPH D- BACON C25 - "'!5I2!5nf,iliifffiliijliffff JOHN W. HIMIQPIAIIGII 195
RITSSPILI. C. BI,oIJGI-:'I"I' 135 ' ' 1- 'fgffgiifgigjf' - TRACEY L. JoHNsoN 1105
CIIARLI-:s A. BoLLINuI:R 145 " f ,wjgEgEfff'IfQ:f5j1i,, 1 EI'oI:NI-: P. MILLI-:R 1115
OSCAR L. CAIWWRIGIIT 15,5 V Z,5giffif5?fi1H ":4i!fQ!lQf5:, 2 WILLIAM H. NII.l1IS 1125
SAMI'I:L E. DAVIES 165 ' CI-:CIL M. SHIIMAQIIIQR 1135
IRA O. FLIQMING 175 CHARLES R. WIMMILR 1145
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R. PIICRSON EATON 1165 W .Rf
CHARLES VV. HAVIIII 1175
' TIII-:oDoRI4: A. SIIQIJLI: 1215
Hfllvll-Ili A. BLISS 1225
LI-:E J. DI-:VNI-:Y 1245
H.klt1lI,D J. Dl'NlVIII!l'I 1255
LOYAL L. BI.oouI:'I"I' 1285
H. GRANT CI'MIvIINos 1295
JoIIN ENGLESIIIIII-1 1305
HI'lil4Ili'l' L. MoRRIsoN 1315
G. ALFRI-:n PALMI-III, JR. 1325
WILLIAM D. MAUELROY 1195
WALTER F. SHIvI1:I.Y 1205
R1Dl!l4IR'F H. FI'LI.I:II 1235
GLIINN C. JoNI-is 1265
LI.oYn M. SIIAFFIQII 1275
FIIILII A. PARNIGLL 1335
JoIIN L. RIf:YNoLIms 1345
J. ALLIsoN RI'I'I-:Ic'I' 1355
DoNALD M. WEININ1: 1365
DI'IW,XNPI E. Wl'IS'I'1lN 1375
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Founded at Allegheny College, 1921
FloweriWhite Rose Colors-Green and White
C FRATR,i5'.QifIN FA TATE
OSCAR PERRY AKICRS, Ph.D. 1 X-v"?,fi L1-:lc Dl'Dl.lcY IVICCLIGAN. A.M.
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EMRU J. G1':Ru1-:LY 111 A DONNI-11.1. W. NIARSII 141
ROI!!-IRT H. KI'II.I.Y 121 9 JAMES H. MI'l'c'Hl-31.1. 151
Buss B. M.X1'K 131 1, GI-IR.AI.D T. POND 161
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GEORGIA: R. D. BRAUN 181 F 4 Mr:RRlI.I. W. DDDLITTLE 191
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T. SHRRIDAN BAKER 1111
DoNoVAN C. BLANCIIARD 1121
VIICIEII. A. CIIII.1'0'l'lC 1131
VVAI.'l'lfIIi F. DYUKRS 1141
EDXVAKD D. S'l'APL1-:S 1191
R. Ll+1R1!Y Glcllilmwoon 1151
R1llil'IlR'l' W. Llclcvlclc 1161
T. H.Xli11l.ID MACKINTOSH 1171
FRANK W. MAsoN 1181
FRED C. AM:-zl.l4:R 1201 TIll4111lll1ICl'I M. JENKINS 1241
NVILLIAM M. BAm'm'K 1211 M1XI'ILI1'l'I E. Kol.m1':N 1261
Rf1X1'l..XNIl O. B.xRR1':R 1221 PAH. V. LICYDA 1251
T1l14:oDoR1': S. Bm:ARD1's 1231 R. XVILLIAM SIIAXV 1271
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Founded at Allegheny College, 1922
Flower-Cream Rose Colors-Green and Purple
FRATRES IN FACULTATE
HENRY W. CIIVIKCII. Ph.D. HAROLD W. GILMER. A.M.
FRATRES IN 1,'0LLEGIO
I. BYRDINE ESTEI' 111
ROY F. MCGARRAII 121
FLOYD H. NIOORIC 131
RALPH M. POXVICLL 141
SAMFEI. M. SPARKS 151
CHARLES L. CVSICK 161 MILO M. MOOK 1111
CLYDE L. FRIEND 171 LAWVRENCE T. PATTISON 1121
HARRY D. HI'MMP1R 181 CHARLES E. TEI-'ET 1131
HOWARD R. LILLIE 191 CHARLES B. WEIOEL 1141
CLYDE C. MILES 1101 LESLIE 0. WRIOIIT 1151
MARVIN H. CADVVl'1l.I. 1161 GEORGE MASON 1211
JAMES R. FARRELL 1171 MAIKRICE A. MOOK 1221
JOSEPH B. FRANK 1201 DAVID F. MCFARLAND 1231
IRVING M. HI-INLICY ARTHl'R A. REAMS 1241
WILLARD A. KVNTZ 1181 ROBERT B. RI-:AMS 1251
VICTOR E. LVCAS 1191 D,-KY'lD C. T. SWANSON 1261
J. LELAND ANDl'Il!Sl1N 1271
RICHARD BEYICR 1281
RICHARD FIICLDSON 1291
PAUL E. FIRDICN 1301
PAUL D. HARRISON 1311
ROBl'IR'f SM l'l'lI 1371
FRANK J. MCFARLAND, JR. 1321
MERI,PI B. NASON 1331
FLOYD Pl+l'l'l4lRS 1341
T. ALTON RUSSELL 1351
LEE E. SCIIA1-:EI-'1-:R 1361
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Kappa Alpha Theta
Founded at DePauw University, 1870
Flower-Black and Gold Pansy
C0lox's4Black and Gold
Establishe Q i: ffQAQ1Ifegheny, 1881
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solmze wi?-115. LEGIU
M.x1cu.x1n1:'l' L. H.X31N113NIl, 113
IWARY C. Hl41XDI1IliS13N 123
MARY B. VVICKIIAM 163
Lu,1.IAN M. D,xvls 173
F1uNc'1A:s M. GmmNoI'1:u 1113
E1.1z,x1s14:'l'u M. B.x'r14:s 1123
E1.1zAn1c'1'l1 AICNl7I.D 1133
IICICNIC Colm-:1c'1' 1143
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1Vl.xm' I.. M1'1u'11Y 12133
E1.lNm: K. YYAN Suo'1'r:N 1213
Hl4Il,l-QN M. FIICLIJ 1223
C,x'1'm4:mN1c V. C13Rlil11'l"l' 1233
1VI.x1cl.x P. Avnln' 133
ANNA G. L.xNli 143
IiA'l'1L'-.RINIC L. Moluaow 183
Dmm'1'11Y M. Mom:.xN 193
KA'1'1Il4:1z1N14: E. H.x1N1cs 1153
El,l'I.XN13lil'1 T,xY1,m: 1173
Anim: T1'1:N1c1c 1163
1W.KliGAliI'1'l' XVI-Ilili 1183
VlllliINl.X 1'I.X'l'1'Il 1243
01.111 M. Llcwls 1253
Dmm'1'nY A. JENKINS 1263
P1I.lZ,XliI'1'I'lI Cll.XlII.'l'13N 1273
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Flower-Fleur-de-lis Colors-Light and Dark Blue
GAMMA RHO CHAPTER
Established at Allegheny, 1888
Soleolf A Q u. S, 0
HA1zlm:'r R. KIRK 113 V'
E. RVTH McC.x1-'1-'IQHTY 12
A LINNHQ E. Lo1'uEN 133
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JICANIC R. Bowsmc 183 - '
SARA L. MQ'Ql'IS'I'13N 193 ,4
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Vmulxu Drilmlfr 1133
M.x1cmN F. Howl: 1143
lNlII.I3liliD M. H11,EM.xN 1153
K.vr111cYN J. XVANGNICR 1163
El.r:.xNoR G. B.xkN11l'Rs'l' 1213
M,u:1.xN E. XVllIlCl,lll3N 1223
.lANr:'1"1'1f: A. WARIN1: 1233
Ilcls M. S1'Ilkl'IlNlCR 1243
VIRGINIA Gm-:N14:l.1.r: 143
ALICE L. GuENr:1.1,1c 153
Rr:-:Y R. RIsm1:1.L 163
RUTH LING 1103
AI.lQ'I'I S. RoAc11 1113
JIQAN Kl'l'L'llPIN 1173
D13lC13'l'lIY T. Huzlucs 1183
MARu.uu4:'l' P. Plc.v1'mf:Ic 119
ALIUII: C. TOXVNSIZNII 1203
ANN.xlclf:L Muslim: 1253
Hr:l.1cN B. HgX'l'l'lI 1263
ALICIA: T. Glc.x11.xM 1273
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Founded at DePauw University, 1885
Flower-Red Carnation and Smilax Colors-Scarlet and Olive Green
Established qt Algegheny, 1891
SOIIORESEYK 3 OLLEGIO
DOROTHY E. Ml'SS1.r:n 113
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ELIZABETII F. KING 123 W , i-hi
FLOKA A. TRICN0l"l'lI 133 . 1
DOROTHY K. MINK'II 143 X, xx X3 ,.g-'H
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MARIAN M. MINCH 110 35 5 K
MARY C. DORXVURTII 11113 -S '
MARY M. RANKIN 1123 M
HF1I,l+IN M. BOYD 1133 Kifvvbdepev THEY, Y
MARcuKr:'r C. Siuizvrizk 1183
CIIARl.0'l"l'I'I G. JOHNSON 1193
FI,O1uf:NC11: C. Sm:1cII.xN 1233
MAm:A1z1c'l' R. ANnmcSON 1243
ELLEN M. Riilcvl-1 1253
1"r0sh rn V71
Amxx M. JONES 1293
:NES A. NNKLIN 1223
MARY M. W111'rI-'11-:Ln 153
HEI.l'2N L. Li:FFINGw14I.L 163
HARRIET P. T1'rL'S 173
Eriirzi. M. SVVANSON 183
11':I.I.Ii: E. T1'1'l'S 1143
QI? .LEN E. LA:-'max 1153
' ,x1cOixm:'1' E. QUNLON 1163
RUTH T. CARROLL 1173 ,
DORIS PMERSON 1203
ELIGANOR DAvlf:NPO1:'1' 1213
K.X'I'IlliYN P. SUKONTZ 1263
ELxZ.x1:m'1I L. BnN'1'I.r:Y 1273
ELSHQ M. JONES 1283
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FlowersRed and Buff Rose Colors-Red, Buff and Green
KA PPA CHAPTER
Established at Allegheny, 1912
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MAIIIAN M. HAMlI.'FON 1' 9. H V My IcLI.IIa B. Mc'QI'1s'I'oN 141
D1JR11'l'HY S. LII1EI'I:R 121 A RI1'I'II E. LANI: 151
Hl'1l.l41N M. SIIAFFIQII 131 Ya I f V. EDNA E. MUMFORD 161
ELSIIC E. RI-:YN01.ns 171 4- 'Y 1 J 1IcRTIcI'DI: R. CVRIQY 1101
KlX'l'IlliYN ROBINSON 181 -:jx Xxx M' YYIRGINIA L. BERRY 1111
HIcI.I1:N G. RUIIINSON 191 72" "f f R-gy! LIQONUIII: A. BIAIIQLIN 1121
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RI'TII L. Ml'3llf'11llD 1141 MARIAN L. SI'.xNuI.IcII 1161
MARY V. KI-:IIII 1151 FR.ANl'l'1S M. ANDI-zlcsox 1121
EI.n.x L. SwI:NsoN 1181 MAIIY J. l111'Kl11l'I 1221
MINA M. LANIII 1191 SAKAII J. CAIIII
M.xIzIux I. BI..xIcI-: 1201
RI1'I'II I. MYI+:Ics 1211
N.x0MI E. RIiIs,u'IIIcIc 1251
MAIIIAN R. SVIIMII1 1231
EVIQLYN E. H.XlC'l' 1241
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Sigma Tau Sigma
Founded at Allegheny, 1921
FlowerhPurple and VVhite Violets Colors-Purple, White, and Violet
SORORES IN COLLEGIO
RUTH H. Woon Q11
KATIIRYN C. RIJICINS Q21
HIXIIRIET J. PERKINS 151
ALICE SKELTON Q61
MII.DRED D. ROSE Q71
FRANCES A. S'l'00I.l-'ICR C111
MII,DRl'lD E. LOVE C121
HIXRRIE1' C. HVMIIIIRI-:Y
CH.xRLo'I'T1-3 C. SMITII 113
E'I'1IEI.nA U. GIMDILN C191
LOTTIE S. SHixI'I-'En C201
DPZI.I.ACOlfR'F M. SMl'I'lI C2
ELEANOII I. HOY 4181
DoRo'I'HY JELBART i251
DoRoTHY M. SCHANCK C31
MARIAN H. EIMERS Q41
SYLVIA M. BARNES 181
FI,ORENC'PI I. GILBIORE Q91
EDITH D, BRIGGS 1101
ANNA E. RIILIITMIRE C141
HAZEL F. DICKSON C151
HELEN J. FRY C161
IVIARGAIII-:T E. D0l'llHERTY C171
DOROTHY B. I'IOLl-IBIAN 1221
AGNES DoI'c:IIER'1'Y C231
NIARIAN L. CARLSON 1241
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Phi Beta Kappa
Founded at College of William and Mary, 1776
PENNSYLVANIA ETA CHAPTER
Established at Allegheny, 1901 '
Publication-The Phi Beta Kappa Key
FRED W. HIXSON, D.D., LL.D.. . ,
JOSEPH W. MILFIS, D.D. .... .
WILLIAM A. ELLIOTT, L.H.D ....
PRESIDENT FRED W. HIXSON, D.D., LL.D.
WILLIAM A. ELLIOTT, A.M., L.H.D.
CLARENCE F. ROSS, A.M., Litt.D.
RICHARD EDWIN LEE, SC.D.
CHESTER A. DARLING, Ph.D.
FREDERICK G. HENKPJ, Ph.D.
HENRY WARD CHURCH, Ph. D.
ELECTED RO .,
GLENN R. BUSHYAGER
EMILY M. CHARLTON
JoIIN A. GIBSON, JR.
MOIQTIMER E. GRAHAM
PAUL W. JENKINS
GALE R. KIRSHNPZR
JELIAN L. Ross
. . . . .President
. . .Vice-President
. . . .Secretary
FRATRES IN FACULTA TE
CHRISTOPIIICR B. COLEMAN, Ph.D.
STANLEY S. SXVARTLEY, Ph.D.
CLAIR F. LITTELI., Ph.D.
RQHIRICRT W. TIIoMAS, A.M.
GILES M. BOLLINGER, M.S.
CLIEI-'oRD W. SKINNER, B.S.
NAoMI KAIIoE, A.M.
E CLASS OF
Nineteen H IZ red Twenty-two
I MARY E. MINICR
CARL D. MORNEYVECK
HARRII-:'r'I'E FRANCIS PITT
MARIIBN E. RUSSELL
RALPH H. WPEAVER
LOUISE H. WECKERLY
CORAL F. MCMII,LIN
Nineteen Hundred Twenty-three
CHARLES S. THOBURN
HPIIIEN J. BowMAN
One Im mired ciglxty-two
Founded at Ill., 1906
Colors-A-Black and Maroon Publicatioii-Tim Gazvvl
C. A. D,uu.lNo, Ph.D. C1.1IvFmu1 W. SKINNICR. B.S.
R. W. A.M.
FRA TRHS ZEGIO
CII.ucl.1-is A, BoI.I.1No1nc ill Inu O. Frmllxu 145
JOHN H, Bonn' 125 J. EIIXVIN Lucsox Q51
Jv1.l.xN L. Ross C75
RALPH H. D1cMMl.E1c 133 Rom:lc'1' W. I1l'IlCl'l'IlC C69
Ability as an orator is the fundamental requi1'ement to become a member of Delta
Sigma Rho. Established at Allegheny in 1913, this honorary fraternity has proven
itself to be one of the most active in college. Fostering the forensic spirit and repre-
senting exceptional achievement on the rostrum Delta Sigma Rho is a true mark of
distinction and honor.
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Alpha Chi Sigma
Founded at the University of Wisconsin, 1902
Established at Allegheny, 1913
Colors-Prussian Blue and Chrome Yellow Flower'-Dark Red Carnation
FRATRES IN FACULTATE
G. M. BoLL1NG1+1R 133
DR. R. E. LEE Q15
D. LEBIGRMAN Q41
P. E. HILL 425 H.
H. J. Morzius 455
FRATRES IN COLLEGIO
G. W. CHAPIN 465 4 H. R. L1-IFFINGWI-:LL 1105
T. E. G. GREENLUND 475 C. M. suvmvmzg 4115
G. B. H11-ER 4s5 . f1 C. H. WILLS 4125
C. E. KINNEY 495 K Av wmlfmjasmsmfszg, 5. c. R. WIMMER 4135
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R. s. CLARK 4155 J! H. MORLEY 4185
C. R. Game C165 I 51 H. H. RIC1-1 4195
W. L. LEFFINGWI-:LL C171 ' 2-.3 C. E. TEFFT C205
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,Kg I T. H. ALLICBACII 4215 " J. B. FRANK C225
The excellent reputation and high . .ifgkjfgd hich the Chemistry Department now
enjoys is due, to a very great extent, to the intiuence of Alpha Chi Sigma. This fra-
ternity has at all times sought to advance the field of Chemistry, and has always stood
for high scientific attainment.
Its membership consists of men taking a vanc
have demonstrated unusual ability in that field.
d ed courses in Chemistry and who
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Phi Beta Phi
Founded at Allegheny, 1921
Colors-Black and Gold
FRATRES IN FACULTATE
DR. C. A. DARLING
PROF. C. W. SKINNER 113
DR. K. F. BASCOM
PROF. D. E. THOMAS
FRA TRES IN COLLEGIO
R. H. Bom: 123
C. H. Co0HR.xN 133
O. L. C.xR'rvviuc.H'r 143
O. FLEMING 153
K. A. HINES 163
F. S. HITCH:-:Ns 173
E. O. BLACK 1203
M. W. DO0LITTI.E 1143
D. E. QUINN 1153
P. H. SCHYLTZ 1163
Phi Beta Phi is a national
one of the strongest honorary
M. E. Kon-'onn 183
H. R. LEFFINGWELL 193
H. MITCHELL 1103
P. V. Moorc 1113
R. M. POXVELL 1123
S. ROACH 1133
J. c. Moi-mm 11773
W. F. SHIVELY 1213
W. H. SMITH 1183
C. B. WEIGEI. 1193
although only two years old, it is
hill. It has become such a potent
factor in the department that it has placed itself in a position for national expansion.
By selecting only those men who are sincerely interested in the work and who have
accomplished something in this field, Phi Beta Phi represents a worthy achievement.
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Pi Delta Epsilon
Founded at Syr' .. . - University, 1909
Colorsfflreen and Grey f X Publication, Thr' Epsiloy
Estahlishef a ,A egheny, 1922
FIIATNICS I 1 I"Af'l'I1TA7'E
Dia. J. R. S1'lII'I.'l'Z R A Dia. S. S. Sw.x1:'1'i.1cY
Fifa 1 ci ,umm
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C1l.xlci.i-is A. Bor.l.iN4ai:1: f25 " f U' J. EDWIN L.xicsoN f5y
Fiuxii h i.1.Y 141
C0l'li'l'NI'IY M. D.Xl.l1I Q65 l Tliifzonomc A. Sli-:Uma C73
Cii,x1:1.ics W. H.xvic'1f: KS? ' Ml4Ililtll,l, W. lj00l.I'l"l'l.l-L
R.xI.l'll H, limi 511131: XV1i.1.i.mi A. Rismziz
'Wll.1.l.xx1 .I. D.XI.l'I Li.oYn M. Siuifi-'Illia
This honorary fraternity has had the most reniarkahle growth of any college
fraternity. Although founded in 1909, it now has chapters in almost every American
university and vollege. The chapter at Allegheny was installed in 1921.
To train undergraduates in journalistic endeavor, to encourage competition for the
college publications, and to foster and dignity the journalistic spirit at Allegheny is the
aim of Pi Delta Epsilon. The menihersliip is honorary inasmuch as some achievement
in journalistic work is always an essential qualification.
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Kappa Phi Kappa
Founded at Dartmouth, 1922
Established at Allegheny, 1923
Colors-Green and White Flower-Y
l"HAT1fE IN FAUULTA TE
Du. F. G. Hnxmz
GRA HUA TE STUDENT
R. A. TIIl'll'lll'l'l'
FN.-l TREK IN CULLEGIO
J. H. Hoxu' E.
E. J. G1-:tual-im' F.
R. H. KIiI.l.Y R.
J. E. L.x1csoN G.
D. YV. XIARSII C.
F. XV. lI.xvl1'1c H,
This natinnal honorary cduvational fraternity was founded
15022, and tlie Zeta 1-hapter was installed at Allegheny in March,
' . R
Dartmouth in April,
23. The need for an
organization in the Department of Education has been strongly felt. and after constant
effort on the part of those interested, a charter was granted to Allegheny, The fra-
ternity has other chapters in very well chosen institutions, and the value of this or-
ganization to Allegheny van not he over-estimated. The fraternity is limited to those
who have shown ahility and interest in Education.
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Phi Sigma Iota
Founded at Allegheny, 1922
FRATRES IN FAl'l,'L7'A'l'E
Du. H. NV. CHr'1u'11 DR. J. L. Rvsso
Picon: G. L. DUTY
FRA TREE' IN UULLEGIU
Hl'II.l1IN Bowixux Jmmmrl Hlxscw
M.xn1.x Avlcm' Dor:o'l'IIY Inwlx
For the mutual benefit of those interested in French, Phi Sigma Iota was founded
at Allegheny last year. It is a local honorary fraternity limited to those who are taking
advanced work in French, and especially those who intend to teach that subject,
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Allegheny Follege, founded over one liundred years
ago for the purpose of promoting the rause of higher
education, has always attracted those who were am-
bitious to enlarge their scope of knowledge and eul-
ture. Such an institution is hound to have among its
alumni lnen and women who have achieved lasting
prominence and success. Thus it is not strange that
Allegheny should have upon her roster names of 1121-
tional prominence aml fame in the tields of business,
politics, sc-ienre. literature and art.
A few names are so preeminent aml familiar to all
of us that we are almost tempted to forget the hun-
dreds of successful men and women who have gone
forth from Allegheny better equipped to heeome lead-
ers in their rommunities and to pursue lll01'9 protitable
and useful lives. ln the pages which follow we have
attempted to hring only a few of Allegheny's promi-
nent sons hefore you. NVe regret that space does not
permit us to hring to you others of the many Alle-
gheny alumni who have brought honor to themselves
and to their Alma Mater.
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svhool work sinus ho loft 4Xiil'QI1ll'lIy in 1898 :md has hvhl zunoiig lllillly honor-
.ihle positions 1lms0ofAssistz1111 in I'sy1'lml0gy ali 11:11-v:u'4l and Assistant Pro-
fvssm' of Eiiixmiioil :lt thx- l'l1iv1-rsify of Mivhigzin. At thv pi-vseuf time he is
1'r0i'vsso1' of 1C4111c':1ti0ln :lf thv l'i1iv0i-sity of fiil1l'2lg0. Ilr. B1'ee1l's 1Il9lllii61'-
ships in 1l'2ll'll0ti sm-im-tics :Irv inn 1l1llll01'0ll8 To list in full. Briefly, hu he-
rings 10 the An1ul'i1'a111 Assnwialiilm for thv :XliY2ll11'0lll9ll1 of hviviwv, 141ll6l'1l'2l1l
1'syvImlugri1':11 Assoc-iaxtion, Sm-if-ty ol' Volh-go 'l'oz11'1mi's of Ntilllilfillll, National
801-iviy for ihc Sindy of i'14illl'2l1i0ll. Ili-. 13111041 is 2ll'11Vl'. ll1m'em'vl', in Allo-
gIil0lly z1I1':1ii-s. IIO is Rl 11118100 of the vollvgu aim! il1'l'N1l1P1l1 of The Allegheny
'X1umni Associzitimi of l'lni4-algo.
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Among tho znlnnini who nmko up Alleglieiiyk quota of Clergy, Bishop
Mifvhell is Rl lll'0lllilll'Ilt Iignrv. Ho was horn in Vl'iffSlJll1'gfil, 21 son of the HOV. D.
I'. Mifvllcll of the l'iHsln1lrgg'll f'0ilf0l'0llI'0. Affer i'01llIri6i'illg several Tel-ins in
Mt. Union Follogv, ho tinishoel his Coul-so at Alloglieiiy. hiking El high rank in
scllohn-sliip. In 1882 ho IDUUZIIIIP Zlll ordniiwil niinistvi- and has sim-e held inn-
portzlnt lNlSf0l'2lil!S in l,iiiSlllll'fIil, 1'iZlillSii0ifi, N. ll., Kansas Pity, Minnvnpolis.
f'i0VQiillNl, and f'ili4'2lQIO, llc has hevn ax dolognte to Methodist ifonferoiices
and was in 1901 lil'ilxQ,'2li1' io tlu:'l'hir1l l':l'llllll'lliK'2li ft0llf0l'E?11l'9 in London. H1-
is, besidvs an Bishop. illl zluflior. .xlllibllg his works are "Bnn1llvs oi' Loftors
fi-oni Tilhlxl' i'ontinvnts." "Tho Nohlest ihivsif' and "The Why of il Mzinfi
As si pnhliv spvzlkviz ho has 2ll'ilif3Vlx4i :ln vilvizllrle repnizltion. 'llnring tho
wan' ho did work in l"1-:nn-v. XYl'l'S2ltiiP as well ns Thorough and vlntlilisizlstiv.
Dr. Mitclwll is well spolwn of ns ono of tho nlrlost' of Alle-gl1eny's sons.
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PHI, KAPPA PSI
The Penna Beta chapter is the ohlest fraternity on the eampus. It has hail
a longer time to make goofl than any other fraternal organization.. and really
some of us are becoming quite pessimistic about the matter. The Phi Psis
are in fart a buneh of transients of the annual hegira of Medioere Mentalities
which floek to our school oi' learning. 'Fhey seem to have trouble in keeping
their men in sehool for a whole year at a time, so our pessimism has a, silver
lining in that at the present rate they will be no more in about three years.
Some of the brothers seem to be missing, some on three or four rylinilers,
some on more. The general impression is that the peak of intelleetuality is
reaeheil in NVills ansl Prather. the Ilanc-ing Fools. Possibly this is berause
their brains are in their feet. It is most enlightening to see them perform the
tlanee of the seven veils, save one. But we must pass quiekly on to Ike Henry,
the Summum Bonum of the order. Summum signifies lam. and Bonum refers
to the heael. If it yvere not for lied Hafer to eheer them up. the situation would
be intolerable. As it is. Phi Kappa Sighs over the thought of the eheer that
useil to be, and rearts inilitferently to the rheer that is.
To get downtown, the Phi Psis must pass the Sig house. Phi lbelt alley. ami
the Phi Rho estate. When passing the Sig house they invariably raise their
hats reverently. lVhen in front of Phi llelt alley they expeetorate, and when
they reach the Phi llho house they eheer for the Phi Psis.
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l'HI GAMMA DELTA
Hail to that almighty crew inhabiting a shattered crystal palace on the
heights of busted ambitions! We have here a singular combination of squirrel
food Who dwell apart from the common herd so that their unseemly racket may
not disturb lovers of the peace. Their Fiji ancestry betrays itself, and breaks
out in spontaneous animal revelry on any and all occasions. Their innate
savagery does not tend towards cannibalism, but their parties all partake of
the nature of war dances, and they are complacently satislied in tl1e belief that
Boys will be Boisterous.
Their Fraternity song seems to be "Oh, l love me, Oh, I love me, lim wild
about myseltn, a11d they probably love themselves because nobody else Will,
During the open season these scrapping dubs set their smooth traps, and
lllkllly a frosh who thinks he is wise to the game is knocked out in the tirst
round and marked with the brand of the l'4llD. which he is forced to carry
during his four year snooze. The Phi Gam motto is "Be out for something or
get put outv. Consequently we of the untutored rabble are constantly
stumbling over these pests in their awkward struggles for notoriety.
Thev claim it is heaven to live under the gleam of the Great WVhite Star.
Hence We appreciate their telling us to go to hell.
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A great deal might be said about this organization, but one had better not.
NVe have this for them, though, they all run true to type. As some droll fellow
has remarked, they look like I2 pt. type. They are blessed with tl1e Alpha
chapter here, but tirst does not necessarily mean foremost, aml we would hate
to judge the fraternity by this chapter. livery once i11 so often their spirits
get the better of them, and they perpetrate a Fhoetaw degree, in whi-eh they
get soaked in every conceivable manner. One of the dear brethren is Morley,
and while he is more or less interested in the manly sport it does not mean
that the llelts as a whole are not gentlemen. Indeed no! They have at least
three of them. Any three you wish to name. Thanks to tl1e 1-lass presidency
and bovine tendeneies of Wise, Morley got the football eaptainry, and while
we doubt that, ttAny good thing ran rome out of Youngstownv yet we van but
hope for the best.
They point with pardonable pride to
alumnus. But he graduated long, long
Nowadays when some of the Old Grads
they tread in the manner of sheep among
Arthur NV. Thompson, their noted
ago. How are the mighty fallen!
appear in the erap and poker dive
wolves, and look the eage over with
dynamite glances and murmur something about darned upstarts and forked-
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If you are one of the few who are attlirted with thought apparatus. it may
have struck you that there must be some reason for the existence of this out-
tit. We'll Wager you don't know the answer tho. The Phi Delts are one of
the three great mistakes that originated at Miami. VVhy their "Powers That
Be" ever invaded Allegheny is a mystery, and we Can but wish that their
steps had turned elsewhere rather than here.
The Phi llelts think Art is a gallery of the Follies Chorus, and that liter-
ature is a dirtionary of slang. ln spite of all this, there is still found in their
midst a candidate for theological training, even if he did detour via the Quivk
and Dirty Hash House. The l'hi llelts are noted for their athletes, though,
now, unfortunately, most of them, are on the wall.
The quieter lll61llll61'S of this organization, suvh as Loomis and -loe Moffat
who never lift their voives ahove a yell, might pass into history unwept, un-
honored and unhungg, were it not that they are l'hi llelts. Yet even the
helnpen eniln-are would have ditlirulty in silent-ing their omnipresent display
of voral lllffflllllf-ll'2llll'f3.
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To talk about SAE is quite unnecessary. lt would he like talking to an old
friend. Indeed nearly every third person one meets belongs to this organiza-
tion. The Sigs claim that their fraternity is very select. lt is, but look at
whom they select. They have every type of humanity from Kinney down to
Chuck Taylor. They love basketball-when it pays dividends. This ac-
counts for the tenacity with which they hold the job of manager. From 1897
to 1943, roughly speaking, the Sigs have had the job. VVe do not wonder at
the impecunious state of the Athletic Association.
Every so often they hold a smoker. This is a thinly veiled excuse for try-
ing to make the men on the hill like limburger cheese. No man is pledged
until he has a certiiicate from the doctor that his pap was overdue, under-
done, senile limhurger. They must insist on this, for nothing else can so
effectively drown tl1e odor of good, rich corn. l'arshall always contributes to
the Wassail of these smokers How, we shall not state.
Every fall they wipe otf the moth-eaten blueprints and sling their awful
line to the gaping freshmen, and as there is one horn every minute, they man-
age to keep the chapter full. Example-Goethe Faust.
They had three tires last year, hut some fool always put them out. They
have now reached the point where they can not depend on tires to get them a
new house, so they are out selling stock in Sam Alter's Estate, Limitless.
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lVe come now to that collection of spotted eggs known as A times l'.
This aggregation is the hoi polloi of our institution. They always have at
least one Phi Beta Kappa member in their chapter. We do not object to that.
WVhat we do object to is the rest of them. They seem to be a lukewarm eom-
bination of Guilt and Innocence, Golf and Marbles, Blank and Occupied.
Their best men always leave school when they wake up after their freshman
year, and We hardly blalne them. The crew is innocuous, very. Their wildest
amusement seems to be spending an evening viewing the unspeakable drama,
and they often dissipate by going' on slnmming parties to the Academy.
They stick together. though. lVe grant that. They have to or disap-
pear beneath the rnsh of this bnsy world. XVitness Greenlnnd. the chief
sticker. He arrives at the exalted state of Football Manager, and im-
mediately the brethren swing to the fore. By some devious method he is ac-
claimed manager of the glee clnb. An influx of AXI' immediately makes
itself' evident. Their motto seems to he "Hang together or we will hang
separately". They will anyway. but yon can hardly import wisdom to
They have a badge which appears from the distance to be an incipient
wart. Ut the two classes of people who do not nnderstand the symbols on the
badge the members constitnte one class, and those without the order com-
prise the other.
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As has been said elsewhere, We expected a lot of B. lf., but when they took
unto themselves a set of Lares and Penates, they surprised us. Not satis-
fied with their country estate on North Main and Linlber Road, they moved
their trunk into a town house aeross Park Avenue from Herr Dotyis tempo-
rary shelter. This outtit ought to be good ball playersg they carry miniature
honle plates around on their vests. In addition to acquiring a house, they
have obtained Drs. Akers and Msefilean as Fratres in Faeultate. This is the
best thing they have done yet. VVe heard that B. U. was going to petition a
National. lf they expert to pay for their house and lot, they had better
petition a National Bank.
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One of the Wonders of our college is the manner in which seemingly innocu-
ous groups can metamorphose themselves almost overnight into fraternities
which arrive at a station comparable with the other groups that have
reached exalted positions after a long and hard political struggle.
Local fraternities are fearful and wonderful things. Volumes could be
Written about the fearful part, but the Wonderful part is the manner in
which CD A K acquired llochran Hall for a fraternity house. Truly, no fra-
ternity on the campus has a better barracks, nor does any other fraternity
have the college pay for the upkeep either. As a local these boys were all
right, but great was the surprise to read in Banta's Greek Exchange that
they are a national fraternity, with at present only one chapter. Maybe
they can form a merger with Lambda Chi Alpha.
Their outstanding members are those who live in Cochran Hall. They
are out standing around on the steps most of the time. The acquisition of
Don Thompson has given them an alumnus chapter of note.
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On the opposite page you will see numerous samples of profiles of aver-
age college students. These profiles are not without significance. If we were
to carefully analyze them we would see that there is a definite relation be-
tween every man's profile, and his characteristics. Let us then consider them
and see if we can not gain some remarkable insight into the charaeters of the
men whose profiles we see. '
In number one we find a high sloping forehead, a slightly turned up nose,
prominent chin and a well pronounced Atl2llll,S apple. All of these features
give us some Clllt? to the character of the man. The high forehead indicates
wisdom and an ability to bluff. The slightly turned up nose tells that the man
is very proud. while the prominent Adamls apple leads us to believe that he
has overdeveloped it by talki11g a great deal. Such a development might also
come froln selling too many Fuller Brushes.
I11 number two we have quite the opposite type of character portrayed. In-
stead of the energetic proud type of man of number one, we have here the easy
going artistic type. Note the delieate wave to his hair, the handsome curve to
his chin and you can not help but say as you look at this handsome profile,
'f'l'ruly such a man has never been known to hurry and worry about the trifling
things of this worldw.
In number three we find yet a different type of man portrayed. Instead of
the delicate and shapely forehead of the second profile we see in this example
the strong fierce brow of the warrior. The well rounded lips tell us that he is
a southerner and indulges in too much loud and boisterous talk.
Number four is a peculiar variety not uncommon, however, in some 'regions
of the country. The lll0Sf prominent feature is the small mouth and the over
developed chin. Such a profile would indicate a man given to music and
other restful habits.
Number five represents the profile of the man who is given to mueh
enthusiasm. Here again note tl1e overdeveloped Adam's apple due undoubted-
ly to mueh cheering at athletie contests.
In number six we find a type hitherto not encountered. Note the short
upper lip and the protruding chin. Such features tell us that the owner of
them must be a very good natured man, much addicted to loud laughter' at poor
Number seven is an example of a very extraordinary profile. The straight
acquiline nose, the smooth well groomed hair lead us to believe that the owner
of such lil profile would be a very pleasant entertaining gentleman. The
method of combing the hair indicates that he is very fastidions about his ap-
pearance and furthermore that he prefers at times the society of the feminine
Let us now turn to number eight in which we find another unusual feature.
The double reverse curve on the nose combined with the high sloping forehead
gives us the profile of a very brainy man. The slight bulge of the nose is
caused by an outcropping of the brain.
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Profound Marvel! Senior Thesis
Made of bits and scraps and pieces.
Gleanings from a thousand sources,
Crowning gem of patchwork courses.
Masterpiece of work and wonder!
Brilliant Yarn and Bound-Up Blunder.
Worthless cause of all my toiling,
All my cussing, all my boiling,
All my' searching, all my planning,
All my eye strain, all my scanning,
All my weariness and worry,
All my hustle, all my hurry.
Cause of musty book reviewing,
Cause of printing, pasting, gluing.
Sprouting from a dozen pages,
Raised on work with unpaid wages.
What are you that now I've got you?
Would I might have gone and bought you!
Fifty minds are in your making,
Little "private" undertaking.
Cream of Thought! How I abhor you!
Were you mine, I'd fall before you.
Though the thought be not my piping,
Bring me "A" . . . I did the typing
I'll go with you, and right away,-4
Straight down the hill to town.
But may the homes along the way
Have all the shades drawn down!
One table set. One lamp. One fire,
One faint piano scale.
My A.B. is a fool's desire
And college is a jail.
My scheme. It is a little thing.
Far off and cold as clay.
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TO MISS COTTQN
First day I came here,
You spotted me.
You knew the first year
Who could have told me,
Once as I stood,
You pigeon-holed me?
Gosh! You are good!
You've learned my birthday,
My middle name,
You've got the whole ease,-
Darned clever game!
You have devined
My unformed question
Still in my mind.
Wonder of Wonders!
Can you be beat?
Even my blunders
Flame on your sheet.
Others may laud meg
Vainly I hope
You will applaud me.-
You've got the dope.
To have a clean start,
I'd burn your iles.
But stamped on your heart,
"E's" stretch in miles.
Past sin is not dead
While you are here.
My prayers are all said.
Order my bier.
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After such a comprehensive and accurate description of the M.en's Fra-
ternities, we feel moved to continue the good work among the speaker sex,
with charity toward none and malice toward all.
First, chronologically only, comes Kappa Alpha Theta. This small town
aristocracy aspires to the title of c'hfV0lIl2lll,S l+'raternity,,' not being content
to be classified with the common rabble as a Sorority. The principal char-
acteristic of this lodge is the extensive mining for the precious metals. Hitch
your go-cart to a Kite, and fly high. Very tactful and unassuming, yet man-
aging to swing the Student Government election for 11ext year to bring
them back to their former pinnacle from whence they tobogganed after the
departure of Sue -lenkins. 4'Any girl's a sight if she wears a Kite? which
means that she is windy and has a good line. Glad we ain't no Prairie Flower.
The next 'bevy of beauties which attracts our attention is Kappa Kappa
Gamma. This sorority is an odd assortment of all types. Their jewelry is
typical of them. As keys in music are sometimes flat--well, finish it for your-
self. No, class, you are mistaken. They are not something to adore. Their
rushing season was quite Mercenary, resulting in a full page ad in this
volume, despite the fact that Pinkie l'rather had nothing to do in judging
ln the next cage, ladies and gentlemen, we have the Alpha flhis, a sorority
with lots of class, but little mentalit.y. W'itness their also-ran position in
the scholarship reports. Their very symbolic badge consists mainly of a harp.
This does not imply that they have as yet arrived at an angelic state. Alpha
Chi Omega is supposed to be a musical sorority, their claim being based on
the fact that they have a Carrol in their midst. VVith the able help of the
Stude Govt. they inveigled quite a few of the wearers of tl1e green into becom-
ing sisters of the Liar. Among those present is Miss Peterson. She's a regu-
lar Alpha Chi. Every time she goes home she raises Kane.
Let us now introduce you to Alpha Gamma Delta. lVhile sometimes
referred to as the working girl's fraternity and rated socially a few steps
lower than some of its older sisters, yet we notice that it has quite a few
attractions. Virginia is quite the Berries. In its younger days this sorority
had the name of being composed of sweet, wholesome young- women. The
modern element has been added in some of their metropolitan members. Wfith
the help of a. few of their most aspiring members the sorority has undergone
a revolutionary change from the glorious days of the past. Still, considering
everything, they are not so bad, and certainly no worse than some of the
others that beautify and adorn Hulings Hall.
VVe've just got room for a few' lines about Sigma Tau Sigma, and thatis
about all they rate. We must admit that they are not so far behind the
nationals when it Comes to knowing their petroleum. However, as soon as
they petition and get to be a National, theyill be like the rest, and deteriorate.
So far they have never done anything atrocious like their Big Sisters have
done at various times, but give them a chance.
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The Senior uestionnaire
How old are you? Girls all say, 'tFour years older than you thi11k we aref'
Average age is 20 years, 3 months and seven days. Several men old enough to
shave. Miss Spalding did not answer this question.
How much do you weigh? The grand average at sea level is about l-121
pounds. The range is enormous varying from Julian Ross at 96 pounds to
Dot Mussler at an unknown quantity. Total weight of class in the vicinity
of 13 tons.
lVho is the best looking man in school? Tarzan Fuller, Ben Turpin, and
Leo Ross all get a number of votes. Sam Alter wins by one vote, and Sam
Bates is a close serond.
VVho thinks he is? Jerry Hixson, Ted Siedle, Denison, Sutton, and Milli-
ken rank highest, but they are not alone in their conceit.
lVho is the most popular professor? Henke, Littell, lead the list. Every
other professor mentioned at least once with the exception of Boss.
Do you drink? If so, what? Everybody answers yes, but not all say
what. Several mention nothing stronger than mineral water. f'Anything.7'
Hud VVills Zllltl Chuck Kinney thinking that this was an invitation, called on
the editor. Best answer was, UNO, I squirt them through my arm."
Do you smoke? Yes, 425 No, Someone says, ftYes, stogies festooned
lVhat is your worst habit? "Blushing." 'tTalking too much." Some ad-
mitted that they swore oeeasionally. The rest of the class has no bad habits.
VVhat is Allegheny's need? 'tMore spiritfslf' ttAnother Buter Hall."
"Several new members on the faculty." HA new telephone system at Hulingsf'
Wliat is the most enjoyable experience at Allegheny? Someone says, UI
don't tell every one about that? 4'Eatingf' tfllhecks from homef' 'filanoeing
011 the Cussiefl Another man was so crude as to say, t'Sunday night dates?
WVhat is your religion? Methodists 63, l'resbyterians 14, Baptists 5. A
few Holy Rollers, Buddists, Hindus and Mormons own up to it.
lVhat Senior will most likely suereed in life? Everyone voted for himself.
Bed Hafer reeeived two votes. Donnell Marsh and Estep look the most promis-
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NVl1o is the biggest f0lll'-llllNllt'l' i11 1'0ll611I0? Alvie Shaffer, Gene Miller,
Mountsier, Beyers, Zlllll Henry all Clllllt' in for their share of tl1e honor. Some
0110 said, "If Hank Nealy was i11 sehool no one else XV0lllll Slillltl a showf,
Should ehapel he abolished 1' Yes, ltll. The other S0lll0l' said, t'No, we
need Olll' sleep."
hvllilf does Allegzgheny ll6Qll least? "More lights o11 the ll2llllIlllS.,, "Hank
Nealy's luneh counter." "Book store." "The liiterary Monthlyf' HA dozen
or so of its 0l'g'illllZ2lll0llS.7,
XVhat is your favorite song? 4'The Old Grey Maref' 'tliring on the Beers."
'Now the Day is Overf' 4'The 0116 the guy next to lllt? doesn't know."
lVhat is the hest course in sehool? "Art All1JI'PCl2lll0ll.,, Several bright
answers mentioning courses not nnentioned i11 the eatalogzgue hut evidently
quite popular with the students.
lVhat is the worst eourse? Math, Freneh. ,5xl'l'0llllllllg and English all
are entered i11 the eontest.
How can Allegheny's spirit he improved 1' Millet someone to iinport a little."
'ilunk a few 0I'g2llllZilll0llS.U Hlietter athletics."
lVhat has the Y. M. ll. A. done for you? 4'Ahout ten dollars worth."
4'Look what it did to Hank Sealy." l'1'3lll6I' says, "It lllillltl a IIQVV lllilll out
VVhy did yo11 001116 to Allegheny? "l'reaeher's son." "Five brothers."
"Allegheny Basketball teams." t'Attraetions at Hulingsf'
Why did you stay? 'illoss overlooked nxef'
Examinations! Everywhere I look
I see a scowling face above a book.
A11 have gone mad.
The sociability we had,M
Where is it?
My roommate does not even answer me
But roars a menacing, "OH, LET ME BE!"
"Shut upg pipe downg you want to make me flunk.
Do you think I have time to hear your bunk?"
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My llear frank,
NVell here we are at Ilerb Mel'rarken's ft. ball field on the shores of dear
old lake Erie. and so far all we have done is getting tired running around.
And the weather. Say frank, you ought to get in it onee. The last day or so
someone must of upset the nekter of the gods on high olimpus,whieh now on
aet-'t of Mr. Volstead is all water-wsaid water eoming down in all the eats
and dogs ete. you ever saw. But whalis that got to do with ft. ball?
You no me frank how I hate to get up early in the a. m.? NYeII, about T
every lnorn this here Uourt llale blows a whistle which Mi-Uraeken gave him,
and wakes us all up. NVe washes in a portion of lake lflrie. and then 5
or ll. of us 4-limb bark up and drag Burk XVolz out of bed. -lust about then
someone pokes his head out of the messhall and we hear jim the eook hollering
"hurry hurry". Believe me we sure do show some speed.
When table 5 gets rouvineed that there aint no more vittles laying
around, we goes across the road where everyday Earl Krotzer wins the goofy
golf tournament. This is some golf eoarse frank. Herb and this guy -lack
Lippert, our press agent. got busy one day and laid it out.
These guys cleaned a few weeds out at SI different plares and sunk tin
eans in the ground for holes. They robbed the woods of some crooked
stieks for rlubs and got some indoor baseballs infant size. I donlt no much
about the game Init the idea seemed to be to put the ball on a tea aml dig up a
ru. ft. of sand as you try to drive the ball for a row of lake lirie oar boats.
After you have tinally hit the ball. it usually goes in the rough and not in the
fairway fin the fairway the weeds is only 14 ft. from deek to masthead, while
in the rough you need a eompassl l'Vell if you tind the ball before noon you
try to soc-k it into the tin ran aforesaid mentioned on no. I green. After
several hours of glorified tiddle-dy winks. you get the ball in the hole and
start the hole dumb performance over again. When you linally get thru
you drag yourself at-ross the road and you here lbale blowing the whistle for
After luneh we all go into earl Krotzei-'s studio where we get iodine and
rubdowns. bandages and speedoil until time for afternoon rehearsal. Instead
of eross country work. Herb and Fats Gourley. that big guy from Pitt. gives us
some anasthetie danc-ing sueh as pulling out of line. and how to fall in front of
interference and how to trump the hand of the opp. 115 bark. After eommitt-
ing a few soeial errors like this we starts in signal prartise again and we are
ready for a mouth's vaeation with pay. herb says we eau go in the lake for 20
minutes. Next day the Canada Gov't sues the l'. S. lIov"l' for damages
eaused by a tidal wave in Fanada due lo tiourley aml Myford being in the lake
at the same time.
After supper jim eomes in and sings a song about this here -ludd guy in a
poker game. along with a lot of other stutl' while we all joined in the ehorus
of the Dummy Line. NVhen everybody is tired out they start for bed and
sleep. until llale blows the whistle again.
lVell frank I must run over to my eanvass bungalow beeause a storm is
going to hit us and probably drown us out. Hoping things are the same with
you. I am your friend,
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tWith apologies to Bowcloinj l
tThe applin-ant should write on both sides of the paper only.l The ques-
tions should be written in i11k :ind personzilly timed by the Vourt House Flock.
Legible writing is not important as no attention is paid to the answers in
ranking. henee mzike them short and to the point. Maximum time for earh
question is indieuted.
I. On the line below write your mime in full, omitting all the letters.
tThis is for reference!
Time l see.
ll. If Monday comes zlfler Sunday on the 230th of .luly in 19-lil. lll2lI'k fl
L-ross here .... 3 lf it does not. go to Miss Spalding' and zisk her if you
run tzlke one of her to-eds automobile riding.
lll. Fross out :ill the l's given in the line below it STSNSSPTZSSQ-1 is divisible by
!l8fitiT!l24l!lSg It it is not. eross them :ill out exrept the letters in the line.
IY. If NVQ-'llll0Sllilf' Comes after Sunday. nmke El eirvle here .... g but if 6
is divisible by 4 und if the eolor of your eyes is blue plus green :ind if
you have paid your tlilllltlgf? fees and make more than one trip an week
to Hulings. write the mime of your favorite cigarette here ............ .
Time either answer. l see.
Y. XY1-ite opposite 02ll'll word below. the first word that comes into your
mind on seeing that word. tMust be printible.l
l. l'rz1etiee Teziehing
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Time ti ser.
Vl. Point out the ineonsisteneies in the following sentences.
l. The Hook Store is ai line institution.
2. Only one person can hear when you talk to liulingzgs Hull on the tele-
Z1. .Iuliun lloss never studies.
4. Literary Monthly is il good joke book.
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TI-IE FRAT PIN A LA DARWIN
He Wore his college frat pin then
Just south-ward of his heart,
And vowed that from that resting place
The pin would ne'er departg
The years which passed still found him
Standing quite firm and pat,
He wore his college Frat Pin then
In honor of his Frat.
But one day two eyes confused him
His high resolve took chase,
For a sweet voice coaxed that Frat Pin
From its abiding place:
Now they live in a bungalow
With welcome on the mat,
The pin holds up the babies' clothes
In honor of his Frat.
College papers are great inventions,
The school gets all the fame,
The printer gets all the cash,
And the staff gets all the blame.
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It was a cold December night
Within a mansion grey
All filled with ghosts and hardwood floors
That Morley rose to say,
1Gritting his teethi.
"Fellows we've got to get that man,"
He challenged with a shout.
"Old Delta Tau must do her best
To cut the Phi Gams out."
CFor they need itj.
"On Kenneth Jenks we'll put our pin
And for the love of Mike
We'll show that bunch of Phi Psi boys
That Delta Tau can spike."
iWhen we're up against iti.
The grave assembly raised a cheer
And rallied to the strife.
If they missed Kenneth, darkest clouds
Would blight their family life,
tin the grey mansioni.
The street car station now we see,
Behold the swinging crowd.
The car where Kenneth rides appears
And swearing waxes loud,
fAnd something fiercei.
Hurrah, Hurrah, the Fijis win.
The Psi Psis grit their teeth
For Bill has had first chance at Ken,
He ought to get a wreath,
fFor meeting Ken at Meadville Junctionj.
The hosts revive their fainting hearts
And crowd around the boy
And invitations are so free
That Ken's heart swells with joy.
KNO board bill the first weeki.
Perturbed, he picks a Phi Psi tall
To lead him up the hill.
The Delts and Phi Gams groan aloud
At all their wasted skill.
CJust some luck for the Phi Psisi.
And so they rally ere they yield.
The Phi Psis lose their luck.
Three men with pledge pins in their hands
Push Ken beneath a truck,
1Entirely by accidenti.
A helpless form, a hospital bed,
Ken opened his eyes and spied
Three pledge pins on his spotless robe,
He closed his eyes and died.
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Just like the last one.
You take your own girl
Or borrow one from your roommate.
You send eleven rosebuds
Just like the other men.
You call for her in the car
Owned by your Chem partner, but
You get there
Just the same.
You manage to keep off her feet
Only to step on all the other feet on your program.
You tell all the Women casually
That you are out of practice
Not having been to many dances lately
Which may or may not be the truth,
They may believe you, or
They may not.
You decide to call around
At the chaperons' corner
Just at the moment
Half a dozen other couples decide likewise.
You put it off and off and off
Then avoid the chaps on the way out.
You both agree on the "wonderful time", "preppy" music, and
All the way home
Your girl, or the one you borrowed
From your roommate
Plays with her crushed corsage.
Afterwards she presses a sickly rose
In her memory book, and
Keeps the rest in water until her home town Cl'1l1lll'S visit
Just six weeks later.
As for you-
THE ALLEGHENY PRIMER
IN worms OF EASY SYLLABLES
Oh, children, see what we have here. No Clara. it is not a brick building.
XVhy can you not see around it plain-ly? Be-rause it is so big a-round that
we can not see the other side. ls it alive ? Of course it is alive. It likes to
play too. Yes, it has a nanie. NVQ call it Francis NVill-ian: My-ford. VVhat
a big name? Yes. but what a big person.
ls this a telegraph pole? No. dears. this is Hubert lValker. XVhy can you
11Of see the top of him plainly? Because he is so tall that l1is legs do not
reach the ground. But he is a nice boy. He will grow up some day.
XVhat a quaint ed-i-lice. Yes, that is lin-ter hall and it is 1'9lll2lI'li1llll8 for
its lllllS-Plllll. Is llu-ter as nice as XVil-cox? Yes, it is as nice, but NVil-1-ox
has more funny win-dows. It has funny 1-oonis too. NVas it built by an
ar-rlni-tcct. No, it was built by a blind man.
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OYERIDITIC ..................... . . .College Ohorus
Morniiig, Noon, and Night ..,. ........ I Xll-Bills
S 200 B. C.
TEXOR SOLO ............................................. Fleshnian
XVay Down Yeast ................... ................. B lalton-Hopps
Mr. l4'leshinan is a rising young tenor froin Milwaukee who has ap-
peared in all parts of the United States up until July l, 1018. This is
the tenor's iirst appearance since he was stricken with ai severe charley-
horse in his larynx. I
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D"apres Midi ml, une l"aun ..................... Symphonic Tone Poeln
Troinhone Solo with the Erie li. ll. Band. This Band has been led
fled is the wordj since June 1023 by Senor Arsenol the Crime Min-
ister ot Mexico.
0:30 M. D.
GRAND OPICHA .......................... BVLLA tre MAMAMAMAA
XYilhelin. a wandering student, falls in love with Oggie, Oggie, XVow,
YVow the Einperor, I'inochle's, daughter. Oggie is aided hy Mug, the
einperor's otlieial cork-puller, to eonceal herself in a trunk. Once firin-
ly established, the king3,"s hrother challenges Asphalt ll, Duck of Belle-
veuw, to a mortal coinhat at the just. NVilhehn arrives at the 11194.-it and
is given two days in- the cooler for selling peanuts without a license.
Two years pass and dvlllltlllll is released. He now hecoines a Clerk in
the kingls post office dept. He has returned to his old stamping grounds.
One day as Oggie is ahout to east herself into a convenient lake, she
hears the inellow toot of a fluted-lute. She beeoines so intoxicated that
she falls into the lake and starts to expire. WVilhelni, in passing, is
chased into the lake hy a stray lion. Both expire. The opera also
12 100 Midnight.
Foain Sweet Foain ......... N
The1'e's No Base Like Ilolne. ' "" ABIA House
2 130 A. M.
Ohildren's Bed-tiine Stories.
W'hat Snoopie the Owl Found Out.
Ilow I'inkie Got His Name.
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The Unofhuous Kalendar
BY A FRESHMAN
27. Shorty XValker makes a name for himself hy almost capturing the
A A sophomore poster, in the poster scrap.
o lo 28. lllack eyes! Missing teeth! Sore hands! Classes start.
L. 57 29. Sophomores start advance sale of cha-pel seats. Y. M. C. A. holds
lf stag party, everyone ahle to walk home unassisted.
.I 30. Frosh all have decided to he Phi lieta Kappa.
SEPTENBER Ol. lOl1LR.
fVX01-VIQY V 1. Freshmen are granted privilege of purchasing their new fall hats.
Ch a F?
f 2. VVind llevers the idol of the frosh, decided to go out for cross-
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6' F E N 3 Verne VVise elected the goat of the senior class hy the eo-ed vote.
! ,ul-S -ap junior class goes through the motions of electing officers.
"' ' 'i Sophomore class election: Reed gets sucked.
X41 Frosh entice VVeston to the chair.
4. Vyise savs that he is ashamed to look lhoburn in the face, after
robbing 'him of his office.
5. Fairly good show at the Park.
6. Red Hafer elected cheer leader. Cochran gets over anxious and seconds motion a little too soon.
7. Colgate 19, .-Xllegheny nothing.
S. Hill Henry goes to church, hut does not enter
9. Football men explain how it happened.
io. Modern Problems Club holds first meeting. Paul Clark attends i11 new Wheel comfort chair.
11. Phi lleta Kappa awarded. VVindy lieyers quits cross-country.
12. Frosh start to collect wood for the booster bonhre.
13. Frosh have to take hack most of the furniture and steps, but manage to remember where they put
them. Coach speaks at the bonfire. liig crowd at the Park. .Xgnew gets crowned.
14. Frosh have faces decorated with iodine. Hook store puts in new line of wash rags.
15, Allegheny 39, Niagara o. 'fefft asks his twentieth upperzlassman where his frosh cap is. Either he
thinks it is funny, or l1e is doing it on a het
16. Bill didn't get up in time to go to church today.
17. First issue of the Lit. Frosh find out that it isn't like the VVhiz Hang. Disappointed.
18. The first issue of the Campus buds forth, tl1e Philly Ledger ought to hide its face in shame.
19. Frat pledges are announced. .Xwald finds out that he is pledged Phi DCM.
2o. Ticket to Grove City for 32.00. Mud llavis offers good mustache for 32.25
Grove City 20, us 13. Nuf sed. 1
I borrow jack to return to Meadville. Din! 1.
Frosh tind out that The Student Volunteer Hand is not a musical -
organization. h im.
Freshmen girls get their Irish caps, Sal McQuiston no longer 4 , Y
mistaken for a freshman. 1
Greenlund changes color of his car to deep mndrlrune. . I F ,J
Y. M.-Y. XY. reception. Ed. Larson steals fifty pounds of candy for N.. "'
his girl in Saegertown. ' 1 ff P
A Theta passes an Alpha Chi. lnnocent hystander has his ears 0. "
Allegheny 33, NVaynesburg 7. XYhoopic? liring on your wolves. 'lf
No use going to church this Sunday. VVe got to go next week.
Hist. a11d Political Sci. Clulx makes historical tour of Erie. Mel ,
jones discovers oldest wine ee'lar and gets lost in its passages.
llr. Church sea sick on Lake Erie.
lt is rumored that liennie lleisel has taken 11p golf in order tl1at he IN, I A l
may more clearly express himself to his math class. " - sa 2 - ' '
Two lz lfll tired thirty-fo11r
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on ullulin s llall and llow I Conquered lt."
. X 1, .i 2. Thohnrn l'lub discusses "Religions in China."
A3 1 K VVhat next?
6 f I, 3. .X certain man coultln't pick his fraternity
461 rfffffi h1'other out of the gutter, so he laid down with
, .,f"' him.
X 'Y 4. Tech plus'referee equals 7, .Xllegheny plus hard
' . vf I i ,ff luck equals nought.
fx Q5 IU 5. I makes a resolution never no more to het when
Sl' QA " -f'f I have to take a chance. Those who couhln't
K 4 ,29 hum enough wampam to go to The Smokey City
have to attend vesper services.
6. julian Ross and Jerry Hixson caught shooting
crap hack of lientley.
'L'-1 , ,Q 7. Ira lfleining and Bliss Henderson seen apartf
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. hnt not far apart.
S. Pi Delta Epsilon, the journalistic fraternity en-
tertains the sprouting literary geniuses. ll was tht-re.j
Fitfull tighting reported i11 Turkey.
The Campus reports that Dean James .X. lleehe spoke in chapel on the subject of Paul in l'hil-
lipians 4:12. That's about the time the 3:17 Erie train arrives in Meadville.
.Xlleghe sixty atc. Vllestniinster draws a goose egg.
Une clay nearer Christmas vacation, only 43 1nore days.
Classes resumed after the week-end.
Lit again is shoved into our hands as we pass out of chapel.
VVe get the Campus the same way, nothing much in it though.
I just wrote this to fill up space.
lleclamers and l'Ixte1npe1'anios hold get-together i11 Chapel hefore enormous crowd of 34 people.
Girls' Senate meets to consider advisabilitv of removing numerous lights on the campus.
lt 'pears as how the hoys at Cochran smelled chicken, hut it turned out to he VV4-hh's personal dinner.
Thatis just the way things go, nothing is certain hut death, and that's pretty uncertain.
YYaltcr liinkaid practicing faithfully at putting the shot. lle hopes to make the track team.
Quill Ciluh initiates. liill llale shows good chance for hecoming a second Caruso.
Sh-h-h, T. N. li. Did jew see that pandora? .Xin't it awful?
Y. M. U. .X. starts their drive. General lloynton is in charge of the .Xllies troops. Picture is taken
of entire student corpse. Loomis shows up two-faced.
lleavy casualties ill the pocket-hook sector. Red llafcr announces that the Paris Ga1'ter Co. has
opened new plant at Geneva.
Allegheny 33, Geneva 7. Geneva Fires her coach, president and everything.
The treasurer of the Y. Nl. li. .X. announces that what we need is cheaper ice. NYe have enough
Junior "prom" is set for january 18. l learned a new tune on niy banjo. Its called "Its a short
alley that l1as no bootleggcrsu. .X nice spirited piece.
Campus announces that the Kalrlron staff hegins work on annual. This ain't work. Like hfl.
One more day until the Tlianksgiving holidays.
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A few of the heavy eaters are missing from our ranks. - in
llyford returns, looking fnll in the face. v 3?
Letters from the girls at home begin to get fatter and cn., I 7
more frequent. Do it early. "yy-fi P
Not much doing to-day. The Turks are still tighting and '4 4 If ' ,
only eight more days until Cihristmas vacation. f 2
I've decided that nest to taining wild Howers this is the ,
softest Joh l've ever attemptetlffperhaps. 'J i
.X couple S. .X. lfs. leave for Mercer.
They return in two sections- them, and their haggage. N'
Profs start their "fare-well qnizzs" hut without much N
satisfaction. The entire school is Nlercerizecl. X I
The quizz l took to-day was a "fare-thee-well" sure enough. N H . 1
Two more days 'til vacation. Q1
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A. Now ain't life jes' one disappointment after another.
lint I had a good time an' if yu don't think so, ynu're crazy
k. One of our fellow students told me that Santa Claus cer-
tainly had heen good to a certain well knuwn co-ed, I
asked him why, and he re lied ver' unetnieernvd "lYell
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- . Class haskethall teams get underway, seniors and freshmen
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... " at least nnee a week.
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. liig day at the harher shnp,
win their games: twn guesses who got beat.
. Mel Jones didn't have a church date
. Mystery explained, Xlel was sick in
. Never saw su much snow in my life.
-, Some people helieye that we oughter have a Junior l'rom
. 'I'his just missed Friday the 13th by one day.
. If this weather keeps up mneh longer, I'm sure that it
won't he long hefore hell freezes over.
One day nearer tinal exams.
The faculty put nut a hnneh of new rules.
Dapper Dan Madden says that he's not afraid of the exznnsn why shnuld he? P
The Letz Quartet strung the students along today.
Allegheny 37, Ilaldwin-NYallaee 18. Not so had for a heginner.
lfreshmen take lead in haskethall,
llr, R. E. Ilrown speaks at vespers-fI said lirown, not l,ee.
36-19, Geneva gets kicked off.
Everyone walks around like they were in a daze.
l'n1 doing the same thing.
I,v1lCtll1SCl0llS all day.
Packing my trunk.
lflunked my last exam.
Some registers -others don't,
Miadden sticks around to see that Doe Ross gets everyone registered
Classes are again under way.
Dr. jordan of Cornell tells us that there should he more purity in
our diction. Personally, 1 agree entirely with him,
llethany was defeated last nite hy the basketball team.
Teeh was hetter than we expected, 43-29.
Many new fraternity pins are seen an the campus.
Classes appoint eummittees for Washington liirthday Banquet.
Several fraternitv freshmen show a decided disinclination to sit down
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Day of prayer. "Now I lay me down to sleep, ete.".
Allegheny 29, St. Bonaventure 40.
Juniors wallop freshmen in haskethall.
VVhat will we do 'Alf winter crnnesu?
One day nearer June 18.
Grove City can play haskethall, too.
Never again will I het against Grove City.
VVtashington has a hirthday. Ilixson gets eold feet. N0 banquet.
Everyone all sure. lispecially the frosll.
Tech defeated ns again last nite.
Still snowing and getting colder,
Stone church feed the Methodists and discovers that only Metho-
dists attend Allegheny. llemmler decides to remain Presbyterian.
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1. Varsity debate, Allegheny vs. Western Reserve. Allegheny wins by a
Students' Missionary Conference begins. Inspection of women gives
Loomis' expectations speedy disillusionment.
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f' ffl' 3. Popularity contest announced. The Prathers start making stump
speeches. jimmy Sides offers editor gratuitous fee. Editor adament.
4. More candy for the monitors.
Pinkie Prather studies M hour. V
Ye 6. Pride goeth before a fall. VVestminster wins by one point.
9 . 7. Last day for senior thesis.
8. Le Petit Salon presents "Les Femmes Fortesn. H'l'liey're only Cubebsln
llebaters hold a roundup. Student hotly votes to award Larson with a
Freshmen lick sophonioresfni
lo. liaker's quintet Gnally wins one. Allegheny 30, Juniata 24.
Sunday. Cleanliness being next to tiodliness, Wlills holds morning de-
votions in bath tub.
Lit Monthly litters again.
I3. juniors stand up during chapel exercises for a change.
14. liob Murphy begins work on his senior thesis.
Dr. and Mrs. Church guests of Phi Alpha Kappa. More diplomacy.
XYinnner and the three other classes hold indoor track meet. Phi Delts hold Founders' Day Banquet.
Several Phi Delts able to navigate.
Monday. Fraternities again return to their ideals for an hour.
liozic goes to City Ilospital in order to he nearer Gert Curry.
Dr. Ilenke tells his other story.
Estep reuaines Accounting to 'tilystery Course." "No-w youisee it and now you don't."
Vacation begins. Those who haven't already left, start for home. .Xll college cases wrecked for ten
Greenlund displays wardrobe at Corry station before admiring audience.
Phi Gains find out their radiators are frozen.
Only one Phi Gam swears. The rest didn't know how.
Hank Nealy accidently puts a piece of ham in a ham sandwich. llrowns sorrow at Saegertown.
Chi Rhos spring formal party. Community dress suits at a premium.
Girls' Glee Club concert.
Sunday. VVin1mer collects alarm clocks at llulings.
'l'wenty-three girls late for breakfast. .Xlicia Tobin in dutch with the twenty-three.
Editor in good humor. 'l'clls me Iialdron will come out as soon as I complete this calendar up to
the middle of June.
Lomax gives a few cowboy ballads and negro spirituals.
Glce Club sings in Pittsburgh.
Dearth of towels at Fort Pitt llotel.
Alpha Chi Sigma initiates. Philosopher's stone found by four,
Fire in Cochran Hall. Too bad it wasn't the Sig house.
Glee Club sings at XN'arren. llimebaugh barely escapes detaininent at North Xliarren.
Duzer llu performance. Huck VVeaver scouts for seven heree bravelings.
Pinkie Prather indulges in demented wanderings of a fanatic mind, heneht of Senior Hop.
Allegheny debates Dickinson. 'liwo more victories.
Vtise holds his Senior Hop. Russo and Mrs, Church furnish feature dance.
Headaches prevalent. Flick administers unsteady haircuts.
Murphy completes another page on his senior thesis.
Athletic lloard of Control flips coin as usual for managerial election. lfaton wins by a head.
College foundered 1418 years ago. lda Nl. Tarhell speaks.
VVimmer returns alarm clocks.
Lit Monthly changes color,
Jerry didn't know any better.
Thiel furnishes meat for Allegheny track men.
29 Sunday. l take a rest.
30 Horse back riding starts at llulings Hall. No headaches. Quite the opposite.
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1. Doc Iiill misses chapel. Cluts face while shaving.
2. "Mere pittances" of Senior llop buy VVise a new car.
3. Iinture orators strive for I'l1ilo-liranklin prize.
4. Dr. IIixson conducts chapel in regular inanncr.
5. Phi Delt rlress suit is stolen and tive Phi Delts decline invitations to formal atifairs.
6. Phi Canis hold Nlotht-r's Day. .XII attenll church for the tirst time this year.
6. Rnter museum is opened antl relies from King 'I'ut's tomb are clisplay-eil.
7. It is rumored that Ycrn XYise starts l1is senior thesis.
8. Dr. Leu late to faculty meeting. Ifor the reason see snaps Ull page 259.
9. Bliss Spalfling gets out new :lance rules. Sixteen inch limit fails to meet popular approval.
io. Sig house is searehesl hy liirleons for having stolen 5oo Ilibles from various hotels in the country.
11. Gosh, I'm heginning to wish that the eflitor wouhl write his ow11 calcntlar.
12. Interseholastic track meet. More rain.
ggi? 9 13. XIother's Day. I
' 0 ' 0 14. Nlonclay. I IICCICIC to cut chapel.
-x 15. Doty turns foreign iliplonmt as far as his collar is
, Q X concernell.
f " 16. Dail Ling leatls chapel and rcatls the same prayer he
I I f read tht- last time.
A V 17. Murphy now half through with his thesis.
J 4 h Q 18, Gilmer makes mistake antl talks almout tierman in Ger-
Q man class.
' ' ' 19. Sorority parties. Miss SpalcIing's 16 inch tlantte rules
-I ,R .-4l carefully ohservetl.
',', li", ."' ' zo. Ilill Xlctiill clucirles to eliininatn- a few lights from
the campus. llank Nealy still in husiness.
21. Iitl. Larson starts his new enrlowment campaign.
.:2. Prexy Crawforml comes hack to tell us how to suceeeml. There are only five ways.
23. The Campus changes its publication to 'I'In1rscIay. Ifroin now o11 we can get it on Ifritlay.
24. Ifraternity baseball hcgins to get interesting.
24. Ilim Thomas antl Skelton heat tI1e gun and get a gootl start on the morning hymn.
25. Senate Iileetions. Pete Eaton antl joe Moffatt out lectioneeritig.
zo. Delts holtl a party. .X reel party.
27. Sumlay. .X hig night at the l1all. Nlany go to church, Izut few stay long.
28. Xlrs. Russo sings at I.e Pt-tit Salon. Dr, Russo hears his inasters voice.
gg. Dr. Stocking in chapel. "IIow many hooks i11 the Bible?"
Iiretl Hough: "Fifty-three if you count the joker."
3o. Decoration Day. Gosh. Iilll glad this thing is just ahout enclefl.
12. Kahlron comes out. Ifditor lcavts town.
f'I'1'ofesso1' Ross." saitl a gIl'2ltIll2lfQ. tryinggg to tlo the rigllt thing 011 leaving
srhool, "I want yon to know that I feel itnlolrtetl to yon for evvrytlliilg that I
have It'2lI'llt'll in the past foin' yearsf,
"Pray do lltlf mention snrh a iI'iIIlf,Ii was the llllf2lIfl?l'Illg reply.
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Little ents in vlass,
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Being the prim-e a Senior in 1895 paiil for merely picking up a girl's haml-
kerclnief in the library and afterwarwls walking to the hall with her. NVe have
attempted to hanflle this expensive theme in free verse.
I. llburing one college yearfl
T5 hours IJ.
5 hours think.
59 trips to Dean.
5Hi.lli5S.00 for movies.
52.67 Sunday Night Clllll'l'll eolleetion.
3512.00 Malteml milks.
ii suits ruined from falling from eanoe into Vussie.
SFI 114.69 Flowers delivered during gil-l's 4'-ampus.
i1l271i.00 Shoe leather.
fH4l7.50 l'jllQ'I'2lV9'!l cards for Lena's preilem-essor.
SHSI 125.00 Uorsages
19221000 Hours loss of sleep.
flFl0.00 l'ommeneement gift.
l'nlimite4l amount of embarrassment from the gang.
II. llburing one year apart from eaeh other, she in Homestead, he in Turtle
3525.00 Stationerv and stain rs.
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5lf25N0!l4S!l.00 Railroad and street ear fare.
3575.00 l'lllQ'3lg'Clll0Ilt ring.
352.538 xviflllllllg 1'll1'g'.
35500.00.Honeymoon andtrip to Niagara.
IV. !lFT000.00 House and lot.
5lF1ili7S!l.ll0 Furniture and iixtures.
569 Rehutfs from tempermental mother-in-law.
llli Boxes stogies for father-in-law.
3265 nights at home tiaimuallyyi.
ll Bally carriages.
ll High ehairs.
ll Kiilily kars.
Loss of membership at the Club.
Loss of wife's esteem and atteetion.
Loss of ehilmlhood, faith and religion.
35576845l4S57,000,000,000 Lawyer's fee in divorce Case.
Alimony fnot cleeidedl.
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VOLUME XLI, NO. 20 PRICE FIVE CENTS
ANNUAL TIDDLEWINKS TILT !!
THOUSANDS SHUDDER AS
W O U N D E D ARE CARRIED
FROM BLOODY CONTEST
Before a crowd that filled the historic
field to overflowing, the brawny sons of
Allegheny overwhelmingly defeated their
ancient rivals, the Saegertown Corre-
spondents, yesterday by a score of 13-0.
The blue and gold of Allegheny and the
purple of Saegertown transformed the
Held into a riot of colors. Mortimer
Klotz, the big blond captain was the star
of the day. Saegertown won the toss and
chose the north side. Beamish who was
in the box for Saegertown dubbed his
drive and landed in the rough along the
edge of the fairway. A loud shout went
up from the Saegertown contingents as
Klotz recovered the ball and drove a
sizzling back hand to third base catch-
ing Beamish out at the base-line.
At this point it looked like anybody's
race. McGurk punted for Saegertown,
but misjudged his distance and landed
in a sand-trap. Down the track past the
half furlong marks came Klotz, galloping,
his colors gleaming in the sun, Feinberg
of Allegheny missed a flying tackle by
inches. Over the line he sped breaking
SPEAKS AT CHAPEL
The Hon. Silas Blowhard, '67, in an ad-
dress in chapel on Thursday, which
caused the hair of Prof. Hammett to
stand on end, declared that the founda-
tion of his vast fortune was laid in the
economies of his college days. Earning
32.86 fCanadianJ per week for dusting
the rhododendrons in the ravine and sub-
sisting on one pack of Mail Pouch per
day, Mr. Blowhard found time to secure
the' managership of the football team.
From then on the effects of his thrift
became apparent. Mr. Blowhard, who is
said to be the richest man in Saegertown,
has achieved remarkable success in the
the tape just as the whistle blew the end
of the first set.
The blue and gold trotted onto the field
at the beginning of the second frame
with a look of dogged determination on
their faces. Beamish swung for a vicious
left hook to the jaw and Feinberg stag-
gered against the ropes. A short ap-
proach with the mashie left Allegheny
on the edge of the green with an easy
shot. But Klotz decided to walk lVlcGurk
who was the next man up.
Blomwieser, the little blue and gold
coxswain now advanced to the plate.
Carefully posing his cue he played the
three ball for the side pocket. Like a
flash Klotz was upon him, and with a
quick half-nelson wrested the puck from
him and sent it shooting toward the
enemy's goal posts. In vain the
and gold ends tried to stop him. He
crouched over the handle bars and rode
like mad. Beamish tried to get
on the five yard line but slipped
muddy field and as the gaily colored
launches and tugs tooted their horns and
whistles Klotz shot by the buoy, a victor.
1 Miss Edith Rowley, '73, has recently
purchased a copy of "Town and Gown"
for the library.
Mr. Jerry Hixson, '22, is working on a
new poem which will be published in the
next issue of the Lit.
' On account of their being no more
'room on this page, we will have to dis-
continue the rest of the Alumni. If
there are any other Alumni who would
like to see their name in print they may
do so by sending us a little news about
Try us once and you'll never forget it.
NVe specialize on
Lulcr' W'arm Pop Hotton Sf'7"17lf'E'
Our Motto--"We'll rook you if we can."
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THE CAMPUS OF ALLEGHENY COLLEGE
i V 'iv Hi Establishizdi 1Sl6 1
The Campus is forwarded to all sub-
scribers no less than three weeks after
publication. Address all complaints to
W. MELVILLE JONES.. .Editor-in-Chief
The editor wishes to make an apology
for the sloppy way he has conducted the
paper for the past year. We would like
to know how to write better, and we are
so deadly in earnest that it is a shame
Matters of government are approach-
ing a crisis. Facts must be faced. If the
administration is not able to cope with
the situation, if the people of the United
States are not able to cope with it, if the
assembled nations of the world are un-
able to cope with it, then the editorial
staff of this paper must be called upon to
settle the thing.
During the week Pres. Hixson has
visited Saegertown, Ridgeway, Kalamazoo,
Monte Carlo, the Bad Lands, all of the
United States and a part of New Jersey
in his efforts to find a freshman who will
make A's under the new requirements.
He has not been successful but hopes to
locate his prey in the wilds of Western
Although the hot weather has come and
with it signs of summer, when asked to
confirm the report that Allegheny would
be represented by a football team next fall
Dr. Lee admitted that "some folks use
more yeast" while Coach Hammett main-
tained that "the Pirates had the best
Dr. Henke has been severely ill from
the bite of the woofleduff which escaped
from the psychological laboratory. He is
reported to be in convalesence.
ALLEGHENY COLLEGE FOUNDED IN
UNREA SONABLE FACULTY
ANCIENT FRATERNITY IMPLI-
Rumor has it that certain well known
members of the Phi Beta Kappa staged
an unchaperoned dinner dance at a near-
by inn not long ago. In a recent in-
terview Dean Spalding stated that she
was horrified at the sudden misbehavior
of this fraternity whose proud name hith-
erto had never been dragged in the dust.
She then swooned but was revived by
our staff of reporters who produced
smelling salts from his hip pocket.
The student body is already up in
arms, and stringent measures are in or-
der to punish these unspeakables.
Popular Plays - Risque Scenes - No
An occasional performance that Hall
girls with signed certificates may see.
WE HAVE SOMETHING ON EVERY
MAN IN TOWN.
ALLEGHE CICEROS VICTORIOUS
Allegheny college debaters took the
scalps of the University of Berlin
last Monday evening before a small but
fast disappearing audience. Interest was
so keen that the referee barred the
catch-as-catch-can in the beginning of
the struggle, and some minutes later the
strangle hold. Bozic's footwork was very
convincing while Larson's aggressiveness
overrode all opposition. It is understood
that a return bout is scheduled for the
fourth of July, on the polo grounds. The
winners in this contest are to challenge
the Prince of Wales for the champion-
ship of Vasmania.
SURPRISE YOUR NECK BY GETTING
A NEW COLLAR AT
Tom K. William's
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tSame Old Stuffj
There was a Frosh and he made the vow,
fEven as you and IJ.
That he'd live no more on Cochran chow,
But he's back eating the baked-beans now.
He tried to work it, but didn't know how.
fEven as you and IJ.
He told the Dean that his stomach was weak,
QEven as you and IJ.
That he couldn't eat a hit of the meat,
The potatoes gave him the prickly-heat,
The hardwood floors did hurt his feet.
tEven as you and IJ.
He got no permission to leave the Hall,
CEven as you and IJ.
He w0n't go back though the Heavens fall,
He'll eat downtown, or not at all.
It don't mean a thing, he's pulling a stall,
tEven as you and IJ.
Bum-k: "Say, how did you like that cigar I gave you? Smoke 1 thousand
of them, save the bands, and you'I1 be given a talking machine.
Hud: "Huh, if I smoked a thousand of those, I wouIdn't mer 1 ti 1,
machine, I'd need -1 I1-11-In"
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t'NVhat is a hug?"
t'I'lnergy gone to waist."
Dad: "You kept the rar out rather Iate last night. What dm I is ed you
"Had a blowout, lladf,
Dad: t'Til'e or 1'U2liIIl0l'lS0?v
tWVhat is your idea of clean sport ?"
Virginia: "Are you fond of outdoor sports?"
Margaret: "Yes, if they have cars."
"That was a had Inw-akf' moaned the IIYIYUIUI' as he I'eII on his hip pot
Flivkinger: "Do you want a Iiairc-ut?l'
Davis: "No, you fool, cut them aII."
VVhen Willard Meri-cl laughs he says, Ile, He. hut the VIPNIQIII speuu
says Ile Haw.
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UNCLE HENRY SAYS z
By the way some of these rollege girls art you woultl think that their
sorority tiower was the mistletoe.
VVhen the worm turns it, meets either a l'llll'li0Il or a tisherman.
tfo-etls who keep their eyebrows thin tintl it takes a lot of pluvk.
There are two types of women to keep away from: those with hohhetl hair
antl those not.
A lot of rollege guys are like tiees. They go to the clogs.
A woman's dangerous age is from Ii-Ttl. A manls-from now on.
A professor on the Hill says that college girls shoultl not marry: therehy
proving that all 1-ometlians are not on the stage.
The women on the Hill ran tlo just ahout anything' with a hairpin except
keep it in their hair.
Dumb: "She must' have a cataract in her eye.
Bell : "Howszat' ZW
lbumh: "l'lveryhotly falls for her."
YYhiz:, tat hiffh-hrow cont-ertt I "Are von in favor of his execution?"
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Parnell-"Say, tlitl you ever take chloroform?"
Byham-"Naw, what hour tloes it rome?"
l'1-of. tloleman-"Can you suggest any means wherehy l can improve my
Voice from rear-t'Have you trietl selling them as lullahj.'s?"
Bliss-"l'm a little stitt from howling."
tfoaehgul tlonlt 1-are where yonlre from. Get into a suit anal get to work."
"llo0'U'one this anti-trust movementw efrowletl Has Vlark as he fflaretl at
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llr. Lye 'l'ell: "Frederic-k ll tlietl untler the han of exrommunit-ation. I
will follow him no fartherfi
The etlitors are tlarn glatl this book is tinishetl. VVhether you like it or
uot, it is a loatl otf our mintls. lt' there is anything in this hook that gives
otfense to anyone. we assure you that the fault tloes not lie with the stati-
the statf lies. Home things may have rrept in unheknownst. hut for this the
static refuses to he heltl responsible. Une worel more. NVe give fair notire that
some of the original tlope in this volume was swipetl from some eollege annual
from strmewhere.-yes. even this write-up. tio to it gentle reatler-knoek us
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Tivo linmlrvtl forty-5cz'1'n
Nestling in a little valley of unusual
beauty, this quaint old-fashioned Inn is
to the visitor an ideal world beyond the
actual. Lazily rolling hills, the delight
of the motorist, the symbol of quiet and
rest, abound in the fuicinity. At a short
distance a cooling stream flows quietly
beneath a picturesque wooded blujjf.
Golf, riding, tennis, these are but a few
of the outdoor sports at the Saegertown
A table of delicious homefcooked foods
is the rule, a commodious dance floor,
spacious lobbies, excellent serfuice and the
best display of courtesy make the Saegerf
town Inn an ideal place for college, fra'
ternity and sorority banquets.
CPEN THE YEAR ARCUND
QI Are your Parents protected covering the expense your
education has been to them ?
QI Have your Parents given you the impetus on the Road
to Success that a Savings I-Iabit, fostered by a Life Insurf
ance Policy, would give you?
QI The Standard Life Insurance Co. of Pittsburgh is a
Pennsylvania Company, and conducts a school of inf
struction to teach young men with vision the value of
Life Insurance to all concerned-the Insured, the Bene-
ficiary, and the Solicitor.
QI You will be convinced that the Writer of I.ifelInsur-
ance is better rewarded for hard work than an equal
effort expended in any other line, if you will address
C. S. MCGAVERN
308 Commerce Bldg.
Manager for Northwestern Pennsylvania
Standard Life Insurance
Company of America
Home Office, Pittsburgh, Penna.
john C. I-Iill, President. Hyatt M. Cribbs, VicefPres.
I. D. VanScoten, VicefTreas. and Director of Agencies.
CLARK 8 DAWJ
EAST SIDE MEAT MARKET
CORNER STATE AND GROVE STREET
CARPENTER'S ELECTRIC STORE
TRURAN'S ECONOMY PRINTERY
THE COLLEGE PRINTERS
12,1314 PHOENIX BLOCK
BELL PHONE NO. 9
"IN BUSINESS FOR YOUR HEALTH"
GRIFFITHS 8c MIZNER
DOCTORS OF CHIROPRACTIC AND ELECTRO-THERAPY
TEN YEARS OF SUCCESSFUL PRACTICE
LOCAL 625 CORNER CHESTNUT STREET AND DIAMOND
LICENSED BY STATE BUREAU OF M EDICAL EDUCATION AND LICENSURE
GREEN 8 BAKER
PURE MANUFACTURED ICE
954 MARKET ST. BOTH PHONES
THE MUNTZ STUDIO
248 CHESTNUT STREET
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Always First with the First-Class Things
T FURNISHERS I
Cgooclmcm and Suss cmd Stylefplus Clothes
241 CHESTNUT ST., MEADVILLE, PA.
Next to Lyceum Theatre
GENERAL AND SPECIAL BAKING
Does Your Club Use Mother Hubbard Baked Goods?
962-964 South Main Street
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SERVICE AND QUALITY
IS ALXVAYS MY AIM
BU RC I-I ' S
276 Chestnut Street f Meadville, Pa.
FOR THE YOUNG MAN
That's what they all say-But when we say "For the Young Man,"
we back up with clothes that breathe Youth through the very
TOM K. WILLIAMS - - 229 Chestnut Street
THE PARK THEATRE
Best Feature Pictures Available
Best Roacl Shows
SOUSA'S BAND, OCTOBER 17, 1923
Matinee and Evening
GOOD THINGS TO EAT AT
Lunches and Meals to eat here or take with you
Home Cooking and Baking
CONEECTIONERY AND DELICATESSEN STORE
Corner North Main and Randolph Streets
WE CATER TO COLLEGE TRADE
YOCUM'S FRAMING SHOP
For Artistic Framing and Pictures
944 MARKET STREET
M- - M fri
,Y L 1 L,,4',,lAND' 4 " i W, ' .
Gray Mineral Springs
Dancing and Dinner
18 Hole Golf Course
Tennis and Boating
OPEN ALL THE YEAR
Q Jaw i
J. w. TAYLOR. PROPRIETOR
PRIVATE DINING ROOM FOR BANQUETS
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MUNEY ,II.. , iVA V ravagance
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Always the Late and Snappy Styles
and Our Prices Will Please You
Sole Agents for Men's Shoes
CLARK 81 YOUNG, 909 Water Street
I PUBLIC INFORMATION
In the year 1922 our taxicabs carried a grand
total of 27,798 passengers-this means
that our service is the best
Lafayette Taxi Service
"Black Cabs"-Phones 44
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943 PARK AVENUE, NIEADVILLE
QUALITY SNAP STYLE
The same as you insist upon
when you buy your shoes
The only place in town you can get it
VVA I-I E R l S QGTZTTIVATER STREET
Groceries and Meats
912 PARK AVENUE
Bell 86 Local 83
Everything in Athletic Supplies
P B G RAH A IVI
962 WATER STREET BOTH PHONES
Someone interested in vital statistics has compiled exhaustive records
on the prayers delivered by the various members of the faculty. Extracts
from these showing the lengths to which our professors will go in this
matter may be of interest to the students. lt will also be a great factor in
determining when we should take a chapel cut.
Dr. Hixson . 9215 3205 fChampionJ
Dr. Beiler .... . 6:11 1128 fRunner-up
Dr. Elliott . 3:45 2120
Dr. Lee ...... . 3235 1200
Dr. Swartley . 2205 0245
Dr. Ross ..... . 2:00 0:29
Dr. Littell .. : . 1230 ....
Dr. Akers ...... . 1:10 1205
Dr. McClean .... . 1205 0254
Dr. Henke ..... . 0250 0228
Dr. Ling .......................... 0249 0248
Prof. Hammett .................... 0243 ....
Our parting injunction is-with these records before you, take a look and
see who is in the speakers chair and then make a decision about that day's
A, MILLER F, J. DERFUS
MILLER 8: DERFUS
PARK AVENUE GROCERS
COR. PARK AVE, AND NORTH STREET
BELL PHONE 207 CITY PHONE 329
CLEANING PRESSING REPAIRING
LONDON ARTISTIC TAILOR
Ladies' Work Our Specialty
899 Park Avenue Local Phone 414-W
.J S HOTCHKISS 8c BRO CO.
A. L. BALLINGER 5: CO.
THE REXALL sToRE
Drugs and Toilet Articles
Kodaks, Moore Fountain Pens
Liggefs and Johnston's Candies
Evelzv - TA.5're x
CORNER PARK AVENUE AND BALDWIN STREET
PHONE -W BELL
2 57 Chestnut Street
THE PEACOCK SODA GRILL
Woodworth's and Yardley's Toilet Specialties
248 CHESTNUT STREET
GOODWIN 81 NUNN
The Most Comple and Attractive Lines
of Furniture and Rugs in the City
Dining Room Suites
in Mahogany, Walnut and Oak
Living Room Suites
. Overstuffed and Cane
Reed and Fibre Suites
for the Sun Parlor
in All Styles and Finishes
We Handle the FAMOUS WHITTALL RUGS
in All Grades
S GOODWIN 51 NUNN
908 Water Street Meadville, Penn'a
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IOHN T. SHRYOCK Co.
WE CARRY REPAIR PARTS FOR OUICK
REPAIR SERVICE ON ALL THESE
PENS AND ALSO A LARGE LINE OF
E. I-I. SI-IARTLE
THE COLLEGE SERVICE STORE
CE IMPORTANCE TC THE STUDENT
The problem has, at last, been most satisfactorily solved in
our "KWICKPAK" PARCEL CASE. You can conveniently,
economically, neatly and safely manage the 'A Laundry Ques-
tion." Reversible Case facilitates the delivery and safe re-
turn of your laundry in veritable "Ship-Shape Fasbionf'
ELDRED'S QUALITY SHCP
253 Chestnut Street Meadville, Penn'a
Herbert C. Baum, "Phi Gam House," Representative
From Our College Library
The VVoman's Home Companion-Seth Hough
The Christian Advocate-Leo Ross
Literary Digest-Miss Bowman
The Classic-Julian Ross
The Bookman-Jerry Hixson
The Mentor-Mel Jones
Q SMITH BRCS.
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Q Best Values li
L L L LLL Lssussslsw
The Quality shoe shop
ALL KINDS or MLN's FOCTWEAR
Dress Shoes, Tennis Shoes,
BEST EQUIPPED REPAIR DEPARTMENT
ALWAYS AT YQUR SERVICE
QUALITY A. SERVICE
227 Chestnut Street
Modern Shoe Repairing
T ' Yi
For Service and Fine Work
at Reasonable Prices
Second Door South of Chestnut St.
I-Iahn's Department Store 936 and Q38 Water Street
DRY GOODS, READY-TO-WEAR. '
S. K. BAILEY
4375 MARKET STREET
THE BLUE I-'ARLOR
CORNER NORTH MAIN AND NORTH STREETS STEXNARTS
Corner North and North Main Streets F,
Ice Cream, Candy, Tobacco and Cigars S
Also Patent Medicines E
BOYNTON SERVICE STATION COMPANY E
Office, Corner North Main and North Streets E
R. P. BOYNTON, Manager
Pure Pennsylvania Petroleum Products-Red Seal Gasoline-Motor '
Oils -Oreases-Accessories-Tank Wagon Service
Q , Q Heckerls Electrical Store 5
J -rvvl ii ' I-lecker's Electrical
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ll 338 Soihftreet
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N1 l ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES
E It just around the corner
ALL THE NEWS OF THE DAY
Latest City Papers. Upfto-Date Magazines and Periodicals
Cigars Candies and Novelties
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Endicott jolmson Famous Shoes
Value without equal I
for dress if X
STYLE AND COMFORT Q
REASONABLE PRICES tttt"t'A ett't'
WALTER ARMOUR I
215 Chestnut Street E "
MEADVILLE, PENNA. A '
M EADVILLE NEWS AGENCY
NEWSPAPERS AND PERIODICALS
E. Q. WHITING
Cussewago Canoe Livery
E THE STORE or DEPENDABLE THINGS
.Est :Z :zz
STANDS FOR EVERYTHING GOOD IN
For Good Luncdes or Ice Cream
IVIIl.LER'S LUNCH ROOIVI
Open at 7:30 a. m.4OPP. HULINGS HALL-Close at 8:00 p. m.
Society Brand Clothes
Suits, Top Coats, Ofvercoats
C., A., MIIILILIER
eniasirnroir sir., miiasoviiute, IPA.
HARTMAN E1 J UDD
Paints and Oils
247 Chestnut St. Both Phones 63
H. T. CHARLES
Fine Repairing a Specialty
Next Door to the Park Theatre
Humphrey Cleaning CO.
916 Water Street
lVIeadvi1le's Only Master Cleaner
Bell 271-VV Local 144
IF You WANT
FIRST-CLASS SHOE REPAIRING
900 WATER STREET
GEO. T. WILSON 8c SON
THE HALLMARK STORE
KEYSTONE VIEW CO.
DR. W. C. CARPENTER
OVER WII.SON'S JEWELRY STORE
Cut Flowers for All Occasions a Specialty
CHECKARYTS CANDY LAND
t' HOME OF SWEETSU
Fresh Confectionery, Pure Fruit Soda
and lce Cream
251 Chestnut Street Bell Phone 446-R
MICI-lEL'S MEAT MARKET
Q45 Market Street
D R. W. C. D U N N
,Mlllll U llllll liwi , I pw' VICTOR-VICTRQLAS
i W 'T HH I . Q unequalled for musical
I lim T 5 T 11' A tone and durability
1, 6000 Victor Records
' j IN srociic
i l New Victor Records go on
0 'T sale the lirst clay of every
PIANOS, PIANQ PLAYERS
Chickering Franklin Briggs
Vose Krakauer Story 51 Clark
Lakeside Hobart M. Cable Culbransen
Also the Wonderful Reproducing Piano
Edward T. Bates Co., Meadville, Penna.
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Central Billiard Room and Barber Shop
in our new home
893 MARKET STREET
I W. S. CRR E. S. BERLEY
Best Brands of Cigars and Tobaccos
lhe Pride He Takes in Wearing Florsheim Shoes
To many men, a shoe is more than H Something to wear
on the feet! " There's an element of comradeship about
a good one that has been comfortable and held its good
And so, you'll like the New Spring Shoes that are ready
at 59.50 and 359.85
You'll like them as soon as you see them. Youlll pick a
pair as YOURS as soon as you try it on. But no matter
how well you like them at the start, you'll like them
better after they have proved their Quality under stress
I and hard wear.
2o8 Chestnut Street Meaclville, Penn'a
l-I A R R Y l-l A R R
E LQW'S LUNCH WAGQN
E ' Where Students Meet
5 KEllVl PRINT Sl-lOl3
E GOOD PRINTING-'THAT'S ALI.
E 248 CHESTNUT STREET
E OPPOSITE LYCEUM
LAFAYETTE BARBER SHOP
Treat Yourself to the Best
HAIR BQBBINQ A SPECIALTY
Hubbard 68 Pfeifer
J. A. Rupert E. C. Shryock M. V. Boyd
New First National Bank
Bell Phone 85
DR. W. W. Sl-IAFFER
EYE, EAR, NOSE AND THROAT
TRUST CO. BLDG.. MEADVILLE. PA.
DILL SL COLLINS COYS
High Grade Printing Papers are especially
suited for College Annuals and the better
class of advertising matter
DILL 6? COLLINS CO.
New York Chicago Baltimore
Note:-This annual is printed on
QQBlack and White stock
FQUNDED IN 1815
Catalogue sent free of charge to any address
on application to
KEEP IN TOUCH WIT:-I
The Red Cross Pharmacy
249 CHESTNUT ST. MEADVILLE. PENN'A
T. G. PRENATT CO.
ZZO Chestnut Street, Meadville, Penn'a
Key to Silhouettes on Page 214
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Next to Academy Theatre
SANIT RY B RBER SHCP l
First shop below postoffice "Till-i"'E'5'ZY"E'E5'E'N'E"r5"
ICE CREAM I CANDY LUNCHES
' CRAWFQRD MOTOR co.
E 303 CHESTNUT STREET
3 She:-He ought to be called Preiniuni
E HeZFG0 on--
l She:-He's such a hani.
E Since the 1Jean's and the l'resirlent's scare
f They leave the Green l'arloi's too bare.
5 They rlon't dare trust the vases
E To college znen's graces
- Since they caught one Inan stealing a, chair.
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