Allegheny College - Kaldron Yearbook (Meadville, PA)

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KCMWW W? V To Miss Beatrice Cotton As students we have grown to respect her because of her un- failing good humorg we have admired her for her nnerring memory. Her ejflciency has been a source of wonder to all who know her. During the years of her service she has become an indispensable part of Allegheny College life. The editors of the 1932 KALDRON i 5 Q5 riff hi? .- 1, , Ig'Y. 5 V 1gL'g',ix 11E"', V' .: VA," 35-15 fy... Vf y, na: V rw? V Ti ' W7 W. Eflij' nm C.: . aw.: , W, lu' r v,,:L'A , a u "1 Ili ' if '11-.5 fr, A, Lftff-. 1, ,. z . -1: .V L LJ. .1 .W p M 41, 1 1 T1 Q n , , X, A 1 fix 1 L r w , v w 4 . V Qfflii 45 'QM BQ '1 v figir 'Q dj M5143 I' s V X n QE, Q Qi - H - ,, , , - c.-,,. -,,. 5.0 .,.. cw 1. ly 1 ' 'UL 7 1 1 , w 1 , i 3 . 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Dean of VVOITICII K, bu fl!!-I 12 is , x M xiu 9 ' J gf' Rf . L V 4 .aa A V 936 , Q. f. 1 I vb . A if N Lx-, 7 A D I , I 2? ' .zz 4 W fs . 4?f'l' M 41- Wx QE 6501 'Iv 'II In I lil . .5 ,-4,1 4 vf A JI 1 t fav" W Q.: C r ADMINISTRATION OSCAR PERRY AKERS Ph D Sccretarv of Faculty DLXNA BERWYN RFID Treusurex FDITH ROVVI 1 Y A M LlbI"LY12i11 valid A '1 A14 QI, W 'K A ' fx l . . I 9 . 4 J , . 1. V u Ak .bv A :fl u AA .Z - I: Iv ,f 5 4 A vb 4 A P -JA 1 v DD Ai 9 A 4 ' 7 A A A I 1 P 4 I ,A I N .1 q Q I I T - A n is J 1 2 ' 21 . : 4 LJ! . . W ,E S 2. . L . D I V f , , 1' If I .xaxiifh Wir' I iw? M 'i -'lm-'r lm A I W' .- A ni: J .-mn, X .-4' eds' 9 9 D . ' L -1 o .4 H , V an UG ' 5 'I v N .-I 5 s. 1 lx 5 Q-Xb:-4i.:l"' l-' I ,.4q 13 f. 4 4 ar. A A 415.9 1545 ' ' E-X 1: Ig was --sew Nd A v ,l 1 . O L 6 a W, ki! v .' A 7 Q ,si f 1,111 5'-vi - 111 Tiki' '15'QNd, iw? 1 QA- x-.X .M . , , od .ev vii dp are R FACULTY A is il WILLIAM ARTHUR ELLIOTT, A.M., L.H.D. CProfcs.sor of Greek Language and Litaratnreb A.B., Allegheny, ISSQQ A.M., ISQZQ L.H.D., Dickinson, 1992. Student University of Berlin, 18945 American School of Class- ical Studies, Athens, 1894-955 University of Chicago, summer session, I897. Member of tl1e .Aimerican Philological Society, The American Archaeological Institute, Phi Delta Theta, Phi Beta Kappa, Classical Club. 1 Present position, 1892. "fr 1 CLARENCE FRISBEE ROSS, A.M., Litt.D. CVice-Pwsideiat and Registrar, Bradley Professor of Latin L' Language and I.'l.f!?l'!1tll1'L'J A.B., Allegheny, 1891, A.M., 18935 Litt. D., Dickinson, 1921. Student University of Berlin, 1896-Q75 University of Chicago, 1898-99 and summer sessionsg American School of Classical Studies, Rome, 1908-09. ' American Philological Association, Archaeological Institute 1 of America, American Association of Collegiate Registrars CVice- Presidentj, Phi Beta Kappa, Phi Delta Theta, Pi Delta Epsilon, Kappa Phi Kappa, Classical Club. Present Position, Igoo. , CHARLES JOSEPH LING, A.M., Ph.D. Ulla-1'y M. 1VL"Ct'l0lZ Professor of Physics and Astronomyj B.Sl., Cornell University, ISQDQ A.M., Denver, 1900, Pl1.D., 1902. Member of American Physical Society, the Optical Society of America, The American Association of University Professors, Sigma. Alpha Epsilon, American Association of Physics Teach- ers, Astronomical Society of the Pacific. Present Position, 1906. bi 2 vw KK ' -, . Q 5 5, kiisllffi' alga l , 3 -, f 11124512 14 1 0: 5' if is et 1 2. 5 V Sa A V Q.. Iv 54 vb 6 fi! 'A A 1 2 0 i tif- yi ,f X ll 4? , 'fr lm 1, 'ti 13,5 0 FACULTY A OSCAR PERRY AKERS, A.M., Ph.D. cSL'C1'CItll'lV of thc Faculty, Francis .flsbury After Pl'0fE5.YUI' of Illathcnmtics and Szarrseyiiigj A.B., Colorado, 1909: A.M., IQOZQ Ph.D., Cornell, 19055 University of Goettingen, Germany5 University of Rome, IQIS- :ly 14. 5,37 64,4 -Y Member of the American Mathematical Society, American It A V Association for the Advancement of Science, Circolo Matemat- 291: ico di Palmero, Sigma Xi. Beta Upsilon, Omicron Delta Kappa. 9 I Present Position, 1907. 54 v 1 I r 5 4 vb my 4 A X 42. '1 1 A41 V 4 7 i 4 7 A A I A RICHARD EDVVIN LEE, A.M., sQ.D. Aj O L CProfvs.ror of Cliemistryj Y 6 lZ.S., Mount Union, 18985 MS., 19025 Graduate Student A A Cornell, 19015 A.M., Harvard, 19055 Sc.D., New York Univer- AZ 0 J: sity, 1912. ' A 3 Fellow of American Association for the Advancement of P 1 Science, Member of the American Chemical Society, American V , Public Health Association, Authors' Club CLon:,lonJ, Royal S0- ' ciety of Arts Clinglandj, Sigma Alplia Epsilon, Phi Beta Kappa, 7 Q Alpha Chi Sigma. . I as-A ,' .,. A Present Position, 1907. A uv!! ' 1333? ii:- J VHP 7 dsdillff ll twig, H344 'W off 1. i-'31 X CHESTER ARTHUR DARLING, A.M., Ph.D. CP1'ofes.vor of Biology and Geology! A.B., Albion, IQO4, A,M., 19065 Ph.D., Columbia Univer- d sity, 19095 University of Chicago, University of California, S' Member of American Bactcriological Society, Fellow of the N American Association for the Advancement of Science, Ameri- SXSXQ, 'do Dau can Botanical Society, American Genetic Society, and the ,. 1:0 ao American Forestry Association, Phi Gamma Delta, Sigma Xi, gaifg V , Phi Beta Kappa, Delta Sigma Rho, Omicron Delta Kappag Tj'-. 5' Phi Beta Phig American Nature Associationg Society of Mani- is , ' ., 4 malogistsg American Public Health Association. i x 5 'A Present Position, 1913. " 111 M W P i li if X l L fn sz 1 15 f 4 Q 4 . 7 ,P A A A vcr I M iii' I7,Ql'.l li 4h ir? ug A JD l . O L 6 S in Li V . A QQ? . fl-- 5194 ff! 6? .Fl 'M-'r " vi: I. -5. X. . ,U -6 -'13 JD I K FACULTY At FREDERICK GOODRICH HENKE, A.M., Ph.D. QTr'mmm D. Collins Profctrxor of l'l1i!o.vuf'l1,x' mul Edirfatirml A.B., Alorningsimle, 18973 All.. Northwestern. 19083 PILD., University of Chicago, xgro. Member of the Royal Asiatic Society, .xI'llEI'lCZll1 Philosophi- cal Association, National lidncation Society, American Associa- tion of University Professors, Pennsylvania State Education Association, Alpha Chi Rho, Phi Beta Kappa, Kappa Phi Kappa, Oinicron Delta Kappa. Present Position, 1914. JOHN RICHIE SCHULTZ, A.M., Ph.D. CDcon of Men, Elisa Kingsley .lifter Professzzr of English Literalural A.B., Culver Stockton, 19051 A.M., Yale, 1909, Ph.D., 1917. Member Association of Deans and Advisors of Men, Member of the Modern Language Association of America, American Dialect Society, Phi Beta Kappa, Alpha Sigma Phi, Acacia, Pi Delta Epsilon. Present Position, 1917. ----..af" i.5ia?i3.'s.-i:.a:-H11-...f H Q 1 'ff , . l HENRY XVARD CHURCH, A.M., Ph.D. flnrofessor of Romnnre Lcuzguagcs and Litcraturcsj AB., Michigan, 1908, AAI., igogg Ph.D., xg15g Student University of Paris, 1927. Member of the Modern Language Association of America, Association of Modern Language Teachers of the Middle States and Maryland, The Pennsylvania Modern Language Association, Phi Mn Alpha, Phi Beta Kappa, Phi Sigma Iota, Beta Kappa. Present Position, xgxg. 'ii 16 2 -W S-31f5pJ ,7 fl A V Iam 7 MM . N 1 I? 54 vb vi A Pg .2 A Ad ,Lf 7 A ,5 . K 71 . 9 A 42 A' 91:7 if l A ,ff u W af--w yr fJ QQ! ll X ,ZA r- , W' .'v nlifffli, - nl 3,1 1 Y If A .fa 1 44 A "1 1" 21 1 X-5' 1 ii I Elf, 1513" A 11 1 . 6 l C as S i 4 V 1' 7 Ji 'hzgif .rf- 'BPH gig' . vi' 1 od JD da ci- U 1- a .D 0 1 , 11 1 -3 1, 43 ,I 5 HJ i W il""1l1 L ll I A K FACULTY LEE DUDLEY MCCLEAN, A.M. CProfc.s.r0r of Ecanouiirs and Socialogyj .X.B., Culver-Stockton, IQOQQ A.M.. Yale, 1912. Member of the Ainerican Sociological Society, American Economic Association, American Association of Labor Legisla- tion, Izieta Upsilon. Present Position, 1920. 'i IRVVIN ROSS BEILER, S.T.B., Ph,D. -1 flames M. Tliolmrn Profcxsar of English Bible and Plzilnroplzy of Religion? A.B., Ohio Wesley:-111, 1907, S.'l'.li., Boston University School of Theology, 1911, Pl1.D., Boston University, 19182 Jacob Sleeper Fellow in the University of Berlin, 'IQII-12: Har- vard University, 1916-17. Member of the Religious Education Association, National Association of Biblical Instructors Cpresiclent, 19303, the So- - ciety of Biblical Literature ami Exegesis, Phi Gamma Delta, Phi Beta Kappa. , Present Position, 1920. STANLEY SIMPSON SXVARTLEY, S.T.B., A.M., Ph.D. fP7'0f05.S'01' of Ellgillili Langnagcj A,B., Pennsylvania, 1905: S.T.B., Boston, IQOSQ Pl1.D., Pennsylvania, l9I7Q Curry School of Expression, 1905-07, Col- umbia University Suxnmer Sessions, 1912-ISQ A.M., Boston, 19092 Oxford University, England, 1927-28, Member of the Modern Language Association of America, American Dialect Society, National Council of Teachers of English, Phi Delta Theta, Phi Beta Kappa, Pi Delta Epsilon. Present Position, 1921 4 .1 Weigel' 'H YL V 5' A v .A Q ,V 5 4 vb A fi' 7 A D I A 'A A4 2 917 1 P Q af--1 rl il i ww' i x 1 7111 1 1 I ,girl 1'-fx" et? ,, NV- f YQ NN X M lxixl . ' - XX er- ffff, rv ,W ..x X sly x ,, S M X is :Sf QA 17 ui x 57 fd ,JA 1 A I7 .. A O L as i 41 l V i A wi Wm 13155, QQ? Egg!! fsseg ....- it 1, -6 J- 'D J FACULTY XVARNER F. VVOODRING, Ph.D. CPi'ofc.r.vor of Hilrtory and Political Science? A.B., Tri-State College, xgr4g Ph.l'l., Chicago, 1922. Phi Beta Kappa, Phi Sigma Iota. Present Position, 1924. MORTEN I. LUVAAS, B.Mus. CPrafcssor of Mnsicj University of Idaho, IQI5el9I6Q Oberlin Conservatory of Music, 1916: St. Olaf College, B.Mus, 19193 Leipzig Conserva- tory of Music, 1921-23, Member of National Association of Music Supervisors, Uni- versity Club, Round Table. Present Position, 1 930. ALICE HUNTINGTON SPALDING Cflssoriulc Profarsai' of Sfceclzj Graduate Cuninock School of Speech, Northwestern, 1897. Public Speaking Conference of the Middle and Eastern States. Present Position, 1897. 'P . ,...ff-4K-1 5,-gf 18 Meinlier of the American Historical Association, Phi Eta. Member of the National Association of Teachers of Speech, if -W wvigrl 'Y YL v SSA 7 eq . 44 Iv 54 . DS A x v i Mn A ,ff a 7 A A z A2 X47 . F fl if '.,:?f4 . "fe Aux K ,,. M ' lil' -ln :,, H .T A A 7 Q J-3 4114 s114x'f 1 kwin F133 uf 'ls' ' o u 1-11 W I " K A ANTOINIITTE CHIIVRET ML C-Issocxatc Ifofcceov of Ramfwn: Lnngzmgcj BL Lnuersnty of C,Z1IlfOll'I1'1 19111 ML 1911 Cmtlfiuate des Etudes 1I'lUCZllSCS, UIIIVLYSIIV of Pans, IQOQ P1 eseut POS1tlC?ll I9 1 9 DORIS POTTER A M f4f.Y1JfUl1f Prafcswz of Romance Langxmgcxj A B Rxpon College 1916 X NI Iona, 1974 Centro e I studms Hvatoncos Ixflldfld 1927 qtudent Cluuago 1916 I7 Iowa 1923 24 Umversny of IXIWLIIILI, IQZ7 NIamher of Phu Slgma Iota Nloderu Language Assocxauon, NIembe1 of Xmerlcan Xssocmhon of Uu1vers1ty Pmfessors Present Posmtxon, 19 4 FACULTY ANNA QCHAFHEITLIN A M Ph D Clsxacmlc Plofeaxm of Gwmmzj c 11 1 II 1913 P1113 Wnsconsm 1 Nlembnr of Nlodexn Lmguage Xbsomatmon of Xmerxca Penn sylxama 'Niodgrn Imgumge Xssocrltlon Xmerxczm XSSOCIDUOH of 'lcwchnre of GEIIUZIII Xmencan XSQOCI-LIIOH of Umvelsxty Pxofessors X1'l'lEIlC'11l Xss0c1'1t1o11 of Uunusntx XX Omen, Goethe bocxcty of Ameuca Chnrx Instxtute Pxesent POSIIIOTI IQ S L wp pall I' 15' ff I ,eq 45 A 1 M NN 5 x Q Q 19 X A 1 I 1 1 r Q 4 , 1 I 8 -1 ' J 1 A L . da 2 ' A ,N I., ,.v .V , . -1, S . 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I .fl . 11 If K ' 'I . A f .5 Q -fix 1 471 .1-l L.. Ai sh A 7 Q 4j2l.A-. I A sf 'fix' thgvf 1i'14h M5251 4, S 41 ht I V f' Q A F IJJ. get qliiiiwf 9295 ' r T ll dd A' 1: as I K FACULTY A JULIAN LENHART ROSS, AA-'l., Ph.D. Qslssistziizt P1'0fvs.svr of English Lungxrugeil vard, 1927. National Council of Teachers of English, Nleinbcr of Ho darn Language Association of Anierica, Phi Delta Theta, Ph lleta Kappa, Delta Sigma Rho, Kappa Phi Kappa. Present Position, 1927. HORACE THOMAS LAVELY, S.T.B. cfiiiliiftlllt Professor of Philosophy and Educatioub ' A, B., Allegheny, I9I2Q S,T.B., Boston School of Theology, 19162 Student Boston University, 1926-28. Member of Delta Tau Delta, Kappa Phi Kappa. Present Position, 1928. A 1 1 4 ADELENE BOXVIE, A.B. CDea1z of l'Vomcn, fiS.Yl'SflIllf Professor of History um! Political Science-J and 1931. Present Position, 1928. .X.B., Allegheny, I923Q AAI., Harvard, 1914: Ph.D., Har- i A.B., Tennessee. Student University of Chicago, 1926-1928, ? sew ga J .v e 5. 5 V 311 A V -3301 . V I Q 4' V r' A Fi 15? 1 317 I A4 7 p A . la .1 ,A A3 A . I l l 53 M f 11 JJ 1:23 ,AIG . , 54" -ff jf' " . ' 3-S ' Ta"-' 4112- 11 ., f uffili wif- I NL i??"i"4'f:L1 ,F .S 5553. F. ' . 5'f11s.:'s175if5i- N .. . .- 4... H., 20 1. A Q -6.1 An ,. L" A A S 4, V F. ' IQ .vi 'A 4 VA. 1g!St9 pivgg. 111175-'Y A 1 eq! .v P QLQKXII asia' .Q , ,. ti 'A- -'O Jn - T -1 fl ' lf S I K A FACULTY HARLEY I. MORRIS, M.S. ct1XSi.YlfIlIf Profesxol' of Clzcmixfryl BS., Allegheny, 1921? BLS., 19235 Student Harvard, 1926-27. Member of American Chemical Society, Member of Ameri- can Association for the .ACiVZI!1CB1TlC1lt'Of Science, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Phi Beta Kappa, Kappa Phi Kappa, Alpha Chi Sigma, Present Position, 1925. pak. 111 -,. .111,,,:,-5 ,Y M5121 7 '1 1 I l IF: GUY EMERSON BUCKINGHAM, A.M., Ph.D. Cflssisfnfzt Professor of Philosoplzy and EIIIICGHOIID JMB., mrR5l1i11gf01l and Jefferson, 19215 A.M., IQZGQ Pl1.D., Nortllwestern, 1930. Member of National Education Association, Pennsylvania State Education Association, Phi Tau Gamma, Phi Delta Kappa, Kappa Phi Kappa, Beta Theta Pi. Present Position, 1929. HOWARD PAUL VVAY, B.P.E. ff1S5IlSfUII.l Professor of Physical El1HCdfi07l, B.P,E., Spriiigiield, 1929. Member of Beta Kappa, American Physical Education As- sociation. Present Position, 1 930. 1 v if WV ,y V v' v - . at AAA V :Y D A Iv 5 4 " vf A X ig ' 7 A A M 1 A? 14 ' ,sz 6 W a I xl 1 ,4 ...1 1 . ,milf f 1,1 M zts- l dll m Y aer- lllilll 24, 5 fxi- 411 T 21 3. I w if 4 4 . A 4 '5- 1,,llQt! 4 ,bij :5l,fi'r 56532 mxaii' Q -JA i A if I l ' O L A Q V ,vi C 4 In .11Qf I tx' ill -ti, K ,I 7 d 'a 49 :Jn ID NR FACULTY A W l HURST ROBINS ANDERSON, A.B. - C.-1s.vi.vfaut Professor of English Language and Dcbatcl A.B., Ohio Xvcsleyan, IQZGQ Michigan Law School, 1927-281 Northwestern summer session, 1931. , Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Omicron Delta Kappa, Delta Sigma Rho. Present Position, 1929. ' '- ' F'5'13m.." Jia.: PHILIP MOI-IR BENJAMIN, A.B., A.M. C.4.vsis!ant Professor of English Literatzrrcb A.Il., Dartmouth, 1926: ILM., Princeton, 1927? Student Princeton, 1929. Member of the Modern Language Association. Present Position, 1929. CLIFFORD NVELD SKINNER, M.S., M.D. Cflsxisfant Professor of Biology and Director of Hvalthj B.S., Allegheny, 1921: BLS., IQZKQ Student University of Chicago Medical, summer quarters, 1921-24-25'26-272 Northwest- ern Medical, 1924-26g Rush Medical, 19-ESAZQQ M.D,, 1930. Member Alpha Chi Rho, Delta Sigma Phi, Phi Beta Phi, Phi Beta Kappa, Kappa Phi Kappa, Plzi Pi Sigma, Alpha Omega Alpha, Fellow of the American Medical Association, Diplomate of National Board of Medical Examiners. Present Position, I93I. . f Z,-Zf 'A."'- ,.. 5 2 :Arif - . ,il - ' 2 22 Member of the National Association of Teachers of Speech, 3 -W ga: 15,41 FV, v EAA V QQ. A4 V 7 5 4 vb vl A N D if V A4 7 A A . I 'A ef 22 -:Q n , ,I P ,Z -.-,. I l , ur 'M Q iii: M - "ll A I L 1 Il-.36 nf 13-41 1 1 14 45 55122 B .Q 5' su .ws u 1-1-11: A m FACULTY . A BENJAMIN RAYMOND BEISIIL BS c'4V.Y1Jftll1t Izofcvsor of 71I!I1l!L'lIlGf1CJJ BS X11eg11eny 1914 Studcnt Bethany summer sn mon IQID 1,ltlbbll1'g1'1 summex sessxon I9 C,ornL11 1923 29 Nlcmber of NI'1t11en1a11c:11 XS'iOCl21flO11 of Xmerxcw P111 lvxppa S1 Present Posltmn 193 1 PAUL HENRY GIDDENS AM PhD Clasxstczzlt Profcussaz nf Hzsroxg urd Pulztzml Sucnccl 1 51111135011 1924 1 H 1va1c1 196 PhD Iow'1 1930 of Iovvx Present PO5lt1Ol1 1931 ARNOLD ZENIPEL P1113 AM C1s.mtunf Pzofewvaf of Lrunonucx and SaczoIog1J Gr1du1te Wluteuatm leachers College, 1925 P1113, VV1s consm 1927 XXI 1 8 Member of P111 Hem Iwppu Artus Beta P111 Theta Amen C2111 St1t1st1c'11 xS50Cl'1tl0l'1 Present 1705111011 1 9 3 1 Uernbur of X1p11a Tau Omega P1 1xa1vp1 Ddta P1 C'm1n1'1 N111 Amcrxcan Ilnstorxcwl Xssocntxon Smte Hxstoucal Qocxetv Semgw AAA ,fl xg- " 1 will 015' p 1 -.--..v"' 1 4 , . . ' Qi " -:. '. f - ,2. 1' . , B ' 1 , , - 1 - y , - . ty 1 . ' 1 , ' ' 1 ' ., ' ". in . P . . 1.,, : L K1 .1 . .H , . V Q A , -3- .. 1' in v 4 Q .D px 41 1 A 1, A Y A A if V A 1- 4 ' X 1 422 ' , 4 7 A A A ' A I 1 1 1 , L ff .1 , 'Q 'A O 1 - , ., , . 1 V 6 ' H 4' . ' I1 1 3 f X.B., ' , 5 AAI., 'a' ' , 2 5 . ., .. 22 4 : , i l 4 'gf' , w 1 1 ' 1 -, ' ' . - , ' 1. . r 1 4 B, . .P . 9. , . I ,, M . , . 1 ., L , . . - , , V J A " X! 1 A Z A ' ' , , I 44 r , 1. L11 -1 ff'f.' J- .7 I 1 - - ' f vll' v"""' S ' ff' if " 21- y Agfa.: 1 . N M 1'-K, 1 M 'Tl Y ' be'-1 V -'Fill Wt. .bl-7, ,. ' 1251162 Ni., W fu Ll 1 13: NM , 'gi My . - i . , . ., . . , rv H -an 1 gy E A. 'Q . . I ' , , ' -1 N ,N ,, 4 , if . - 51 q 1 1, ml 1 50 00 1 ' K 'L K ' , '- ni H, . 11 A h O . V ' I 1 1 mr ie, -,sw 15:5 fm 3:9 "Hx 5' .- 1 f : Q . 3 w' 11' 11.11 1 11, , 3, . x . , , I A ' 1 "'QQ,.m . : gk ' , I' , 11 ' 1 111 11 1111 23 f 4 Q 472. 1 I7 O 4. A 4 :N , 'll qnqc 406, 5.1 x sq ,rg AWWA" M... 'SRQQ' 4 JL, l ' L 6 a 3 V ,r J 1116, . ,v , r .2 , -15 .0 -fo an I P 'R FACULTY Rx .ll ffl? FRANTZ ELI COE, B.S.E. ffrf Unstr'111L'f0r in Matliellzatifs and S!ll"1!01Vf1lgD B.S.E., Michigan, 1927. Summer session, 1931. Present Position, 1927. ..,-.-...xprv fgaisalae--..su-l-1s1b..l f Y + 1 ff CORA E. LEROY, BS. Clnsfructor in Physical Eilucntwnj BS., Syracuse, IQZBQ Student Cornell, summer sessions, 1925-26. Member of Eta Pi Upsilon, Alpha Gamma Delta. Prcsent Position, 1927. .il i. 3 g. 5 L .in- GEORGE BERNARD ROESSING, A.M. Unstrurtor in Romance Ldllgllllgfij -n. A. AB., Vlfzishington and Jefferson, 1926: AAI., Harvard, 19:75 Chicago, 1 930, Member of Centro de Estuclios Historicos, Mzulrinl. summer 1923, Modern Language Association of America, American As- sociation of University Professors, Delta Tan Delta. Ji l ' ' l 24 9 ,sf wi ka J v ' N IA 5 Kg is is V 9-Al , :1 4 5. 22 S 35 6 7 A Si' 7 A T?" 7a Q' '-' F A , 1 Z i A V If I xl X .ii i till! :,,:l Ai A ok fc .0 -' , 4' rf" +1-f - mit: ' 'van 1.5-TQ 'Fr' fly -. 0 x FACULTY A A MARTIN KENNETH HOVYES A.B. ' Clnstructor in Cl1emistr3D '- A.B. Amlierst 1g-6' Pittsburgh 1927-29. E Member of Alphv. Chi Sigma .ATY1C1'iC'l1'l Chemical Society 1' Ainericrln Association for the Advancement of Science. , I Present Position 19-9. XVILLIAM COFFMAN NICDERMOTT, All. Unstrnctor 'ii Latinh T . . Dickinson 193' AAI. Johns Hcpkim, I 0. tion. Present Position 1 930. Member of Phi Beta Kappi American Philological Associa- Q' -if say-J Y. :A V IAA v ah. Q 1 v I 5 4 vb J A X I A 35 V 7 A .4 1 -L if? W Al Q57 1 c If W iw "J X Xgrffif In 'fi ,a qi Y i '4 I i ! X 1 4 Y C 7 I' l , A 1 4. i A if Y JD O L 1 i 6' L! LKB, , sk. , - 93 K 'ff 1 ., W , . .si Arg. 'wt r , mf' T15 1 P .4 ii .V ' wx- .pi-,Q d or 'Q J Q iii i' V '4 :ay -ln ii w, 1.. ROBERT HENRY NESBITT, A.M. f Clustructor in Geology? A.B., Muskingum, 'IQZSQ A.M., Ohio State, 1930. Member of Phi Beta Phi, Sigma Gamma Epsilon, Sigma Xi. Present Position, 1930. Y . - . 1 -." NWNX -.-'fv:Tf1.:,,tE ski-. 1 1 , , 'T ' P FWF ' " g , .. .. T H" ' ' ' if -T mir' " .. , 1" X: . .. .,. if. ,Hit if 151. 5 , -9-3 '+14,,.Q,5,: Y-Jia., P. . lv vi L' -,,, rx 25 A 1 4 A 13,34 4W f ,tsl 4 A 1 Q2 54 'is' J 1 IL K 'VIILDRED IOANNA LUDWIG AB AM fIll3lIllCf07' 111 Romance Lrmguagmj XB NI1r1ett'1 192 ANI Clncago 1930 Student Ill Sum mer eisxoni Mlddlebuly IQ 3 Perm State 1924 GIEITOIIIC 1926 Member of P111 Ben Iuppa P111 Sxgma Iotfn Present Posmon 193 1 FACULTY A FLIZABETH SPANN DELORNIE PhD Umstructor 111 Gcrmrllz and Frenchl Lyceum for Curls Halle 1913 IQ Reform Real Gymnasnlm Bid Hwxzbuxg 1919 2, Umversxty of Berlm 1925 26 Summer School London I9 6 Un1xLrQ1ty of Hamburg Ph D IQ 8 Member of Modern Language Xssoc1at1o11 of Xmerlca Amer xcan Assocmtxon of Umverslty Women Present Fosxtmn IQ30 FREDERICK FRANKLIN SEELY AB AM QIlLStlItCf0l' 111 Englwln Lztclatmel Dartmouth 1926 Tournahsm AIIHITAI T121 1926 28 Publmty Washmgton DC IQ 830, ANI,Ha1v'11d 1931 Humber of Alplm Delta P111 rese11tPos1t1on 1931 11134-1 .4 ,VI 4 rf M dh 2 ANR Jia 4? 26 1 4 A - ' A!! 4, 1 n , ' ' , ' -, - 5 ' , A A ' , - ': ' ' ' , - 9 . , , 2 3 ' 1- .' 1 ' , ' . ., 2 . ,I Q 51- 1 ' f " 1 g1 - 3 . 1 . . 1 I n A ' AAA . . V 1 - ,- I D - . 41 -3- .2 , ,V k if fn 4 4 , 6 11 A 421 1 41 ,T A 17 i Ad f 7 , A A D f Pm L ' '4 OLL I4 1 , . ., . . ,A . , . 1 . . , 23 1. .,1'z ., 2'1.l., . - A J s ,A , ' ,' 2 ' ' - qi? 1 i -nb , , 1 , , . F 'n . 7 , . . . V P1 ' 4 C , 1. -1 1- , . xl zxg W :I .ff "'vv'1A 1' J' M1 A" 1 153811 V .-if Y AH' "wats MTW 'A , . ., . . d . 1 ', ' ' 4 . '2- 0 AB., , 1 . ' , J ', ' -, - : 3 ., Q, ,D I ' , , ., 2 - ' .1'. -1 ', . Hx-CS 14" 'Z 'X ' A 1 1 . - I - 1 My ef: 1 Q QA' i 4 Pg' ,t 5: My P " 'MVR , . Q M XA 4 fl L, -If 1 - 1 , I .1 234 W .N . 1 I in A' KAW JA A L film' fit 1,151 74111, 'W 4 gl 1 2 if U IPM Q15 U a .gyms FACULTY JOHN VVILLIANI HULBURT AB Umtr ucinr 111 Spccclxj Student P1tt'-.burgh 'md Ca111eg1e 192, 28 XB 01110 Um vers1ty 1930 Student Western Reserve summer sessmn 1931 Member of 5151111 P1 11ese11tPos1t1on 1931 ROBFRT ARTHUR IINNEY AB Clnstulctvr 111 Lronvmxns' and .Socwlogvb XB Butler IQ 8 ACtU3ll'll 11o1k 1Dd1'lIlZlIl0lIb 1927 29 student U111ve1s1ty of Cl11c'1go I9 9,1 Invnstxgator Xdwsory Board 111111015 Tree Fmploxmunt Oifxces 1929 30 Research ZlSSlSt?1I1f SOCIRI Scxence Rescarnh Counml Lhxcago 193031 Nlember fXmer1c'm Economlc xS5UCl'lflOl1 Iellow Royal Eco11o1111c Socxety NILIHTJEI Econoxnu. Hxstox y bocxety Chng landl Tau Ivlppa Alpha LHIIIIJCIZL C111 Xlpha Present Pos1t1o11 1931 ARTHUR DANITLS B S Clnshuctor zn Plzxswul EdlICUll0llJ B 5 Sprmgfield X031 Member Ben Kappa Xmencan PhVSlCH1 EClllC1tl0I1 Assocm H011 Iresent Posmon 1931 1 1111544 A 1 If ,gig ll Z 1 27 I' XR A A . 0 , .K I Y L . :AA v L. " , . 'VA in . if r 2 4 vb 4 , A N Q -JA 1 6, 1 Ag 17 1 7 A ' A I 1 1 J-' T LA O ' . , . , .' ' ' "4 . 1, ' ' 1 2 .Y S ' 1 - 1 - 1? 1 S 1 V A . '. 'K ' X. 9 z. . ' .V , . L 9 . ., . ,. . , Q I 2. 1 1 1 11 .1111 ff' . . ,f vi. 14' 'JL , . xiii'-l - '?Z 5, 56? xg- .fnm-r 716 H 1'u224r,. 99 1 I sf-4. qw Y ' L , . . od . I f-1' 4 1 P an '4 1 ,x I - I 4' I' vdp Zu . iq! ' 'A ' , .. l U Q s i 'TI , M1110 M1 rp A f A Q 4 . 4 . rf? '13 B-A A AIQZ 'W-V vi if TNQ?-A fig-e A if P i O L A S In I V 1 if N All Q 4f'igL93 sziexj' U 'L n X? ' ,Aki 90 1- C -no Ju 4, Q 1 ., -2 . ev 4 ,' -I' no x FACULTY Ai 1 fi ii ,H v i , VVILLIAM ROVVELL LOCKE, S.T.B. K Uustructar in English Lmzgnage and Bihlej A qi A.B., XVesIcyan, 19281 S.T.B., Boston, xg5x. , cal Research and Exegesis. Present Position, 1931. V V:,,,. ,.- OTIS RICHARD CARPENTER, B.S. , Unxlr-zzcfuv' in Plzysicsj B.S., Allegheny, 1931. l Member of Delta Tau Delta, Pi Tau Epsilon. N Present Position, 1931. ,mx ' AHA-nM? ,, .- 7, 5: .:":!?4Q'.-.1"'e-"-'N' -f-1..v"z4"Z 28 ' i Member of Delta Upsilon, Phi Beta Kappa, Society of Bibliw vw A-4 'N QM . A' i' ,g-,L ,ax ,I 3 -if , 54 V IAL V 3.10. v A4 . D if va A N Ag W7 7 A D 1 ' A if tg W Al I Q7 1 P I Jil af' U ia X '7v'ri Ii Jin . . .4 A- 4 4. A 1 4 Gu 4" 4 P Q I K ATHLETICS Faculty Comnnttee Athleucs II NV CHURCH II I U1 7 II I I XV LX A DXNIIIIS T R bCIIUL'1Z The facultv co1111111ttee the mam cog 111 Allegheny s 1n1ateu1 1thlet1c pohcy, has been f1.1I1Ctl01111'1b for tl1e past year and so la re'1dy to step 1nto full svwmg 111tl1 the opemng of school 111 the fall of 1932 The past yea1 has been 1 VLIX sue cessful one 111 111tc1col1eg1ate CIFCICS but even ITIOIC outsta11cl111g Ill 111tra111u1a1 spo1 ts It lb the hopc of CVCIVOIIC that H115 commxttec may do even grcatcr thmgs 111 the ye-3a1 1937 1933 1911344 1 71 "vt A5 ' --Lp'- 29 . 1 I ' 'Y on 2,1 1 me A v I ' ng . 41 -It 5 ,v If in 4 W V 4 ' ., V! Q Y A X MA X , - , , , . .. A A V . . f . 1. fu ,Q V 7 A A 1 e e A 1 F 1. , 5, O L 1 ' , 4. 2 ' W A 1 -.j 1? E 1 'ff 1 W 1 V ,V . 7 Q X 1 ,nvgyifl iw' , if ii' fm' in 'J-gg NU M? 'V'S5E,. 4, 1 1 ' nffmfwff ...-if 'aaliiu 1 ,ig , , Y , ,.,.. ,,... -,,.,, ,fag Q v . , . . , 2 A L . . 'A . . . . . . ll' 1 N C ' 5 ' 7 -1 6 du ' ' . r - , c 1 -If - :Z ac . . - . . Y . I . . . l .- 1 X- J ' . H lj ir 1. . g t 6'4 . 1 Hr, .3- 'N W .,, M WI f L 4 1 Q A ' Q .aj L 4 shgxf 138 Yi? 'QI A 'tlii A v X Q jf . 6 L 6 ELM 7 V . , f xg! 1ip95 .Mr ,v r 1:4QuX1 vb , SSQ so J' an an of-D 1- Q .-. 0 . .- A , I D 'R CHEERLEADERS ,A Ax Pviffv. 1 v I , -4 Z WILSON KELLEY Head Cheer ' Leader , nu Tx Q ' : M0 ' ' 'Af r A L Z '-.ra J 7 - ' .4 wr 15-2 J ,V , rx B Y fam v Q59 A 44 b f E 4 .7 D 'A N 1 L4 'A 9,1 " A P! v' 'D L D I 4 JK' , Mf- Ya, 51 'lv Af N ,m 1 HI l 7' N 'MQ 7m I F, MJ? ur' X BRAMER CARLSON BOB DAVIDSON S i I K, X E. N, ,M H-. D an H ,. E- ,,, 3 jf.,-:Za riimw' DAVE SMITH -iUmYWQww5fE 5i " - , J' - ,Q 535 ww5mmgfQNwAA . Z,.ff'-J-v--- -r d W1- 30 A -If '- A Q Ig 4 'Rig Yi 4' 'Ps 'ln 4 I4 CO XCII CRUNI I K FOOTBALL A . Co Cuptams MORSE AND GARB XRR 5 ,Nl f-504 XSbI COXCII IOPENI XY ki -- 2 we gal -Y Y' 5 V 34 A V Q-NA A' pl X I' WE? 2 xx Qxx X , Inq xx 31 J' 4 4 -JA X Au Ai 1' , I -Q 0' -. any 1-4 -Q-ff Y 0 L 6 a EU l V . ,sl 4 S' .,. , iff www! Nik ,5 :gi wi 521422 :QQ- M Q Q gli od 0 6 du 15" Z . ..jig , fl S 'Tl at Q. A FOOTBALL l D. XVILLIAMS ' ' 1 H. LAUFFENHERGER K. BORG I. M. FRYE Managerial Staff No small part of the success of the 1931-1932 football season is due to the managerial staff. Don Williams, the sole senior manager, was ably assisted in his work by three junior managers, two of whom will be senior managers for 1932-1933, and the other one of whom will be Freshman football manager. The athletic policy is expanding and a larger staff will be carried henceforth, to take care of the multitudinous duties which fall to the managerial staff in football. ' x .fix v i f" MQW' . , , K' ,A ess. f-ik if 'rg --- f ':'.'Lqi,"..r " .5 rho, .' Q I 1-, . 5 .Y , U xg If gi , -I-- 1-'gl-H U M511 -ff' as 1' -A -. V-.Q- i iff" -' if li - r i"" a,1.f-.filli--'f. -4...-i " .4-'KHIJ --.P 'J-HI, ' . Us -"5 2-"fur -- La'f",""A,-1:5 1-l' i Wi. Zi' ,, muff- 1' ' .z" 'f-3. b'4.1in. , ' '- ' - -- eg 32 K ,. 3 .J 'xi ec Z5 V :AA 7 al. Iv 5 4 vm 9 A Px A ,Q u ' A A z ina llp! 3 5 il J in I MF i X ll :jail fi 'JL 1 A I7 A -4 er A I,-C, P l - 6 L 4. a , V ,' , ' IQ .. 4 f 4 IIA' 6 iff.. 1111561 Jqlgxgi WEE' '73??g 66 J -fo ff, an i 'fa ,L 1 if ,S li x do 5 Lg I l A "Wi If it FOOTBALL A 1931 Football Squad A1legheny's standard-bearers for the past season are deserving of all the praise they have received and have done a years work which all of us will re- member. It is especially fine to bring one system to a close with such a re- markable record and to embark on a new plan with all the glories of the past in mind. Success in the new plan is practically assured with such a culmination of the old one. School spirit, that old bug-a-boo, is at high tide and student co- operation is a foregone conclusion. SCHEDULE Allegheny 45 --, .s.... --,- ........... .... C larion Normal 0 Allegheny 27 .......... .... E dinboro Normal 7 Allegheny 39 --- ....... ........, N 7Vestn1inster 7 Allegheny 20 .....s.......... ..... ..... ........ T h i el 01 Allegheny 26 ..,.......l -U .... - -- ...... Adrian 0 Allegheny 7 ........ .... ..... .... ...... G r o v e City 7 Allegheny 7 --- ..... --- -,..-St. Bonaventure 6 Allegheny 0 ..... -, ....... ........,.......... . - ...... Geneva 0 Allegheny 7 ...... ....... .ee.,. lf V est Virginia VVesleyan 38 Total 178 Total 65 A -4 1-5 31 7 5 Refs' v 3" wr- ft .."',"'f2 Y : 5 .V v- . 1. f gg! LQ D iv w rv 'QV 1 'X' 4 N 5-Re 'P 9 'EA s xlf Wu. fffull ll' M lllll' tl l.1":' X Slit K , ' XS rj 5: L: X- 2 MQ n iqs i e: QM X Q N tt 1 Nr 7' Q X T 'xx 6 Y QA 33 iw fd 1 -fix X Avy 4 ' 7 f -914 - . px-1, M.-.tm W 1, 'L Jfl - O L 6- K Ev 1 V l Q 4 I" o'!is 'X Elm,-'r 'lljilqii ,g ,. v 0'-45 Q -If gd ls - - 40 in lon G . -. is 4 xi I Q 'll 4 Z3 l ll. i ll Amr K 1 1 I K FOOTBALL A A I .-x. 1z,xLsixR K I , f :fi -fi: . l g1f"fv , A i v.g v - -gp, 'Gb z ' '. , , , -, ..f -: A .V Q., , ., . ' A. ,-.:- .M R. BROVVN L. BOYLAN ALLEGHENY 45 CLARION NORMAL 0 Opening the season at home against Clarion Normal State TC3Cl1CFlS College, Alle- gheny didn't find much opposition and consequently eased through a 45-0 score. Although the score would seem to point out an easy victory the 'Gators didnt show much in the way of a defense or offense against the team from Clarion. Most of the squad broke into the game and all in all it was merely a typical opening game to show what Alle- gheny could hope to produce in the way of football material for the remainder of the season. 15"- wv QA -' ,v in 5 ll 3.1 A V Q-ff: Y .2 Z 4, " 9 A X fl fr' 421' A4 ' A A A 1 PZ is ' s Al 4 Q97 , n V ll ,??l ' u 7i'n if 'vl- "itil: fl l 1 fi N X ' xxxxg m SNA? X , 'rv :fl gm ls t W I 5 Q' t x 9 X if I. R I .2 34 If A 4 i A v Yi 'Ll -- 0 L A 4 . 3 4:1 V , Q 1-:rim 111:55 154025 s.1,x, .Mr - r WWF Wink' :Kits- H55-RH c sam, .-x no J' -ua au 'da UD HRD si J - xg 4 I, A l , :-12? ll . M h "W I K FooTBALL it At Q i I fi ll I-N ,,'. VV :Y I 1 Q '- H Li fr .m':.'5'f"S- ' - A Y 1gf3p 4l' 1 .i.tg5v,3.- -ff ' . at .' .U 4' YI' , -.r.rf'3dl. V.: .751 grew 'ei Md Stu 5 H I R i- f N. v,xRrxNo 4, ,,-.4 .HW HAMIER G, FRANCIS' ALLEGHENY 27 EDINBDRO NCJRMAL 7 Encountering Edinboro State Normal in the second game of the season, Allegheny found no trouble in handing out a 27-7 defeat to the teachers. The game was mostly one of frantic forward passes made by Eclinboro while the 'Gators were content to take things easy and merely condition themselves while adapting themselves to new plays and formations. Edinboro threatened to score more than once, but a strong defense, when needed, was enough to keep the teachers out of the running, s cn- "..f:'.a .t Ik? 4 , 2 we qs YA V :AA V 9 . . Q -' - I fb 4 Z 4 on " Px ' D A3 V 7 A 5 X7 A ,qs A I 1 'J 1 ' Ai 5 W E l ll M , 11:1 l W p lk-, V Mjfll ij X SN N X . - XA V5 r .Q Sf' 'tl-X + R fu tis X - tr Lk" 2 .B. QA 35 1 A 4. A .N Q "fa Wlif. ifdff W nf? 2155! 4 1 INAUGURATION '. ,E swf 5 . . 5 V :AA 7 Q-N 4 -4 AV 95 M . Z . 2 xg- yy I . QE' 4 If vb S A A Q -Q w he ,D 4 7 L4 7 A X .4 f 1 I 1. 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DENNISON ., N K ,, x f 4 :qi al g x Ll-is v "-V ,,gzvrg9'2':., mf- '? J, TINSMAN C. MARCH ALLEGHENY 39 WESTMINSTER 7 As the feature of the Annual Homecoming Day, Allegheny met and defeated very easily 'Westminster College, 39-7. The onesided score came as a surprise, even to the most staunch of Allegheny supporters. VVestn1inster, rated highly by football critics, was never in the running and was unable to produce anything of power or versatility against Allegheny. The 'Gators started out strong against the Titans and never seemed to let up once until the goal line was successfully crossed. E ' I --weak 39 Q n f, wwe' 4 , X :dh Y AAA V QD A 'ihi f in 4 U .f 9 A-fw f 1 '7 1 A X 12' ' 7 A A A A 1 Q ' is , I if? " I f4?f'l' M xii Q lm in 'r Q- lil 5. if 4 ,ff 4 -325. x an ,rf .. O I6 A 8 4: I V J 7 K, ', Alf 'UBS-f. 453446 sfftxa .Mr r 44-Aff SEQ . .- Q? -I 2aQ'g?v 06 A- -19 J UD do fb tg. 5 4 ,tl ef ,I ,a' , W at lim I FOOTBALL A x A x A 9 f ni 3 H ,Q ll lf- "ii- ' X X- NW ,- -ir 13' "'- is". '. . Qi ,Mr '.', 1, ' v- , .V XV. HORNE W. BUGBEE ALLEGHENY 20 f fn rf L. PICIVIITINO THIE L 0 Allegheny, playing their first game away from home, ran into the stiffest competition yet experienced during the season by meeting and defeating Thiel College 20-0 at Green- ville, Pa. The Lutherans, having the reputation of one of the strongest defensive teams in the district, fully lived up to this honor and had it not been for masterful playing by the 'Gators the score might have been different. It was the Blue and Gold's first ex- perience on a wet field, but this fact didn't seem to hinder them from playing heads-up football. a'n-i ,lLAm, X 3 --2 wwnpl 7 AL ,QA 7 Q A - in-A I 5 4 vb A lv D Ag ' ' A D , I L 'A P! .Ji 9357 4 n ,p if -if , mf' l ff' ,Qin 1 x x 0 N. Area x X xx x X. - .xx A , Q. t tf ki X , ,N we t 3 Y flllf Hg .yfts 40 S 4 -1 A x Av l.. O A. fx qgjk a V f A 7 I Q V .AA 3 Mfae A gqyaa , , , .Mr 1- r qaivxl, fin? 'QAEE' -6 -'O du da-U '.- O -n o - ,- I xiii ' ,T ,VW jkihh 19 - is FOOTBALL Ak Rx i' B, BERGER 4, R. EDYVARDS I. EDXVARDS ALLEGHENY 26 ADRIAN 0 Back on the home field again, Allegheny attempted to give their regulars a rest by starting a reserve squad against the fast moving team from Michigan, However, Adrian flashed such a snappy olnfensive and threatened so many times that it was necessary to send the regulars in to complete the game. The Michigan boys showed a scrappy team and one which gave the 'Gators plenty to worry about. But once the regulars broke into the game it was practically "Seward up" and Allegheny emerged victor 20-0. .til -. T .SH -amfupivn-s .- ' W1 k ,-M ef' et' EAA V In A v :P-'Th . A4 -It .' Ib 5 i vb ut' .L X it t 7 A lx 1 KZ T137 A 1: I lf titi ,-ffm' ta ' u pl M jig. I :af xx wx Q ii ' , .. W 5 X 1 K ki' N XX: x M BQ, ' X XX . we q, - 52 X ,X x it si ,N r 5 lx A M . : N x W Q QA 41 fn 4 l I7 A- A. I , 1 Ag ,rc 1185? gr? 4 l j! . 5 1 , 6. U SX 21 V , , ' IQ M .f -'fat tv f 6: qlm- r 'Vile 4. ul ve 'v' Q9 v o'sQ 6 on in an 0, D 1- o L., 0 . .- gi I 0 ., A 4. :-1? i ll l4 Il 44 we x FOOTBALL ,A Rx F. MORSE I. VANAMAN K. VVAITE ALLEGHENY 7 GROVE CITY 7 What was probably one of the hardest fought contests on the gridiron for Allegheny during the entire season, was that which took place at Grove City. Both teams 'highly rated in regards to their football ability seemed unable to turn the other back. Both teams were held scoreless for three periods, but finally in the last 10 minutes of play Grove City scored. The game seemed practically lost, but Allegheny came back with plenty of fight and spirit to equal the score by the forward pass route. Both teams played a hard game of football and are deserving of a lot of credit for their excellent performance. . i 4 l -Q52 . l , .n - .l.... W7 Y Q51 1 A x x Q N, N xXx X X- 3, . ' Q. .V ' sf rg .,:..Q -MN X, vi i A x , ,X A . lx, ILA 42 A 11 X 7 l its . O A A i 'U S V . A 7 I Q ...Q-5 i' -Ura 1' li! A4'9l?f milky .Kqiaxlr XQLQAXI, was . '14 I 4 Q Ja da U W Q .1 a, ,, . ilk' . , 'Q Q T da - I 'u Q '5.1, W I l' llill K ll I FOOTBALL it Ak xml X I ,511 . -cilllbflpai .- fix H P Jin: R FXRB-XRK D. SUTTER A. V.-XRANO ALLEGHENY 7 ST. BONAVENTURE 6 Coming through with a one point win, Allegheny chalked up their sixth win of the season, turning back St. Bonaventure 7-6. Badly battered and bruised as a result of the Grove City game, the 'Gators were highly pleased with the result of the game at Brad- ford. The Bonnies had a stubborn defense which hardly ever seemed to give way, but yielding way enough for Allegheny to put over their one touchdown. The Bonnies threatened to win during the closing moments, but with Allegheny showing just such a. stubborn defense then as St. Bonaventure had i11 the Hrst half, the 'Gators were ac- claimed victor by a slim one point margin. f I 1, -v- -sl' .:.."-v-- , 5, A 4 I f if I ,-em M5 7m X In W, 43 KS .9 5 .Fel VLA V 2 A v ago. 54 . ,v Z 4 vb J A X i W A4 V 7 A A 1 1' A A P! A4 Ji 4 V17 P l 3 wx x, . :N - ,N Q , 4 K 1 ' Rx l YR? N 5.1 wk X fu , 111' ' t + ,X Ni T K - r Q: rx - N 5: x. 'Q Q. -1 .Q A 43 bt fd 4 -JA K A 17 6 . Ai A Wi!- J-A C 13 Q-9' 4 av 2-4 lf! .xg .L P - L A U 8 It I V , ' Q ii' 413. 5? ' .'lv'M- NBR .5 .t QQ -S-av X, O Q Q41 -6 a 90 Jn D W x FOOTBALL A. At NV. BERGER F. ROBBLEE R. RAY ALLEGHENY 0 GENEVA 0 The game with Geneva proved to be just one of those battles, ending in a scoreless tie, in which a strong offensive team attempted to beat a strong defensive team. The Covenanters Hashing all kinds of forward passes and trick plays were unable, however, to cross the goal line which was protected by the stubborn defense of the 'Gators. The game was hard fought and both teams threatened to score several times, but when the opportunity came the extra punch was lacking. The 'Gators, badly wrecked as a result of a previous two weeks campaign, lacked the stamina they usually were able to produce and as a result found themselves at a loss when attempting to score. It was the only time during the season that Allegheny was held scoreless. V . "A 1-,.,... ,-,, , '.. I fffes-f ll 1 44 SEHDQ' 4, L?" 5tt 3 151 Y ' A IAA v 432, ,V I 4 vb i, A "R 'lf 5 A4 7 A A I - A A4 A4 al I W r . P li 1.41 . 2557 4. page Y' A G fa . Av all .. L. A A S A V i A , Q .aa f' 41 'ta 'QLBS-5, 532-4? 51:9 fr ' . rv 1 if Ad" :Www '33 4. Yiif- T25 Mm, 0 'A 4 O da 10.-va g m, :Q " .gr . . l.. A 6 .s-'H i T H AM I N FOOTBALL A A I. UNGERMJXN B. TURNER WV. KOEIILER ALLEGHENY 7 VVEST VIRGINIA 'WESLEYAN 38 Playing their final game of the season at Buckhannon, W. Va., the crippled Alle- gheny team was handed its only defeat of the season by Wfest Virginia Wesleyan, the score being 38-7. 'Wesleyan proved to be more or less a one man team, but that one man, carrying the name of Battles, was enough to wreak a lot of havoc in the 'Gators lineup. Wesleyan is deserving of the victory and there are no alibis to offer, but had the game been played earlier in the season the score might have been quite a bit different. This game brought to a close one of the most successful seasons that Allegheny has had on the gridiron for some time, and it is with a feeling of pride and satisfaction that we look back over the season's record. li -- ff seen' S. A V IAA V el'-ly: A4 -It . ,V 5 4 vb 4 i' X ig 1 A K' 1 7A? 14 E17 4 P l ll ,L. . li ,-f:?l' If zts- 15.0 'film Z Ls x X f it Sp l-J Nt .N Q XY K 5 f r eip "tilt Q ith l Q f 1.-f asf N ' if: bf i. f f: , QA 45 f4 423. 1 A I7 A A A ggi ff M s.IAx Q U :gg . LGU l i J' ' 6 L as S 2, I V , Q .sir dr , 'A .,, hi? -jguv: ' .4 6 'A o -'D J .' u on U 11 an tix, VIX Q' xt U s '4 It ix STUDENT OFFICERS 'lf Men's Senate OFFICERS JACK MacDONALD .... ............... . . . .President CHARLES HARTUNG . . .... Secretary FRED HARPER ..... .... T reasurer SENATORS Fm1cr1zity PIII KAPPA PSI PHI GAMMA DELTA DELTA TAU DELTA PIII DELTA THETA SIGMA ALPHA EPSILON ALPHA CHI RHO BETA UPSILON BETA KAI-'PA NONAFRATERNITY Senior Dfember NICHOLAS VARANO HOMER MOODY JOHN UNDERNVOOD HUGH ELLIOT FRED. HARPER IACK MacDONALD CHARLES IIARTUNG XVILSON KELLEY HAROLD AIKENS fzmior Illcmber OLIVER TURNER ROSS BROXVN LORAN CONNOR SANFORD CORCORAN KNIGHTON XVAITE HOXVARD LAUFFENBERGER CAREY MARCH NVILMOT CRAIG NVILLIAM HUNTER The Men's Senate is organized to govern the men of the College, membership being limited to upper-classmen. Every spring each fraternity and the non-fraternity group nominates three sophomores from whom the entire student body elects the Junior senators for the various groups. The senior senators succeed to this office from that of junior senator. A . ev-"LH 44 . ewan- fskr 46 7 U11 5 'Bod QI :L V 2414 V Q , . 1 .3. , 5 4 A UV Px ' Lv V A3 rp A I 1 44 A we I " ll . ,I ? 'V ,aff Mb U 12141 W. A Q 1,3 , L VN ii O 6 A A kt WI ,J , Q 11556, 1513? 'muwwlr 1 -nil 1 -QFS' ici! rrp my .li flsfu od ' v -f Q an x 4. Oo . Q iii Ei R v '. 4 , :gy TI A " WH STUDENT OFFICERS ALMA OAKLEAF , Women's Senate RUTH BIRKNER ................ EDITH MCCLAY Hirst semcsterj RUTH STAPLES ............... KITTY STEWART .. DOROTHY DAY CLARE SKINNER ........ DOROTHY HOLSINGER .,....P1'e.vir1c11t . . . Vice-President . . . . . . . . .Senior Illembcr Secretary and Treasurer .........funior Member . . . , .Junior Memlzcr . . . . .J'1mz'or Member ....S0f7II7l10l'C Member The VVomen's Senate makes and enforces laws pertaining to the women of the C01- Iege. Besides this primary function the jurisdiction of the Senate has expanded until it now covers all matters and problems concerning Al1egheny's Co-eds. K '51 sewfgf--1 'H :L v 3.1-'x v QD. A4 Ib 5 4 va S' A Px 41 'T A4 7 7 A A I 5? z. 22 57 1 F . -'lf T an-1 ,gan il Irv . 1 yll' MA :EH XX im 5 fm ss A Q 2 , ik be SEQ X XXV i gw V, QA 47 f i 4 4 -423 t 4' .A- A 12? ' P f V 111 Q9 up Q --L 53152 as . fill A yy fl 1 6 L 4, S, 41 Q I V A 'J' . 1 ft' iii? -Wmiw' -, I c , ,U 6 '1- 'Cb gg do 'o-l7 We 'N INTER-FRATERNITY COUNCIL Q 35- -58 -de q,,..' xii Ql""' 1 F' l zl'4iH'lf da . y... Interffiraternity Council Fraternity PHI KAPPA PSI PHI GAMMA DELTA DELTA TAU DELTA PHI DELTA THETA SIGMA ALPHA EPSILON ALPHA CHI RHO BETA UPSILON BETA KAPPA Senior Rflember FRANK MORSE CHARLES SHAVV TOE STIRLING HARMON GILBERT FRED. HARPER THOMAS LAVVRY HASSON ROCKEY JOHN COFFIN Junior Member FRANKLIN ROBRLEE HARRY Poms JonN FISHER Lows HABERBIAN RN1cn'roN WAITE GEORGE ncc.xR'rN1zY WILLIAM noiirc'1tizR CARL BoRc. The Inter-Fraternity Council was organized in the spring of 1931 as the result of action taken by Omicron Delta Kappa for the purpose of fostering more cordial relations between the fraternities and for the study of mutual problems and the relations between the fraternities and the College. The membership is composed of a senior and a junior member from each Greek letter fraternity. The junior member is elected by the fraterni- ties at the end of each year from their sophomores. These men automatically become the Senior members for their respective fraternities upon the graduation of the preceed- ing senior member. There is only one permanent office, that of secretary, which is filled by Dean J. R. Schultz. Meetings are monthly. The Council was represented at the National Inter-Fraternity Conference held in New York City on the 27th and 28th of November by Dean Schultz and W'illiam Boetc- ker, and at the Pittsburgh Fraternity Conference by Harmon Gilbert. I 48 'G 2if'- 3' 1 A t :Agn " jlrg 'Z A Jmlgltt-E3-41iff4F5ii'5"" -Q " ' E' -A" N f,,,fAL:., ag ws.- ,G .433 sew RN ,V I' A K SQA U Q-, 4 V 7 5 4 vb A 'tl 4? 7V A .5 , I Al' 7 'A if ai In il f':?V X Qu All 'jill bi., Q 11- 1 5 l ru it Q if A ,J-1 -is 1 + An Jfi ' O K6 A al s gi ' 'ni' up 1, W-fr V4 A -' .agar .. ,534 'xii f W f ' IQ A 1' it ' , 95?-? ima :Mgmt .2 . . 5 . ' 'rr B0 oj' ui: an cl.. U 4 O ,, , " is .X V f A 4:3432 , T 'W PAN HELLENIC COUNCIL ' ' Ti' Y' ' .. -A X , . R wg - Y , Y iq N W .. 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Q SX 'I 4 I , V t gags' 1 ,Q 'Si '-thi' - gn ., AM, 3 'tl r H - n-in . , , W 1 6 'A- in an ca U lv O . L Q 1 ,- gi . c I K INTRAMURAL ATHLETICSX A The cause of it all! The intra'- niural plaque new in possession of Phi Gamma Delta is causing a heated race in intramural ath- letics. VOLLEYBALL Vllinning eight games and losing none, Sigma Alpha Epsilon re- tained possession of the volleyball plaque this year for their second championship in that sport, Beta Upsilon made a strong bid for it, but had to be satisfied with a sec- ond. Phi Gamma Delta finished in third place. ,gznif-ms, W ' V , ., L. L. L . , , .. L, ell .......,r- 'f ' ' - -'g' .f-- ' ,..- 52 K JJ? awed F r' 1- . A iv Saks! v ern ', 44 ' D ' 4 , PR if vb ,ag A Vi A Ji Aj ,gf , 1 A A ,Z ' l tl ' A ' 1 :Q t 45 S17 I ll I I1 1 11 i ir' gt ll '-lv :aiu 1. 4 4 -iii Av 'li .. O L , 6- A l -sr f , ' Q .Kvi 2? wtf:-4 'WS-C, 'FMP ajax? 417' V WP ,Mid I . . its ov J' do an an-U F o . , SL 0 ' it " V ll ,A as 'f l :E lt win' The second annual Turkey Race was won by Phi Gamma Delta with a total of hfteen points gather- ed by Gregg, Nichols, and Gil- more. First to cross the finish was Jack Hershelman in the time of ll :-19.4. placed second, with 28 points, and Delta Tau Delta came third. TURKEY RACE I K INTRAMURAL ATHLETIC A A His team, Alpha Chi Rho, t . a . ,g,1fJ" e .4 ' ' ' -' - A ' +11-13,'Qt"J-' Sf" ' w . we ggi' fa. ew 2 ' - i' T7-gzvz . - f' " Z AW- as wg. 'if A-juli!!!-' air . V - ,. - H ,,..a -iii-Jlif ' ' '- M am W.. . it W -ya 'ri M' i., mn' .,. , 1 igijlf 55 TQ, liiiif: 'if ifgim' .. fi gr A Y -Z I 1. A 5. F 111 v, , i .. ,r . . 1 ,ik . SXVIMMING Strong competition and good times in the races characterized the swimming meet, which was won by Phi Kappa Psi. McKin1, DuMars, Johnson, and Levere were the strength of the team. Phi Delta Theta and Phi Gamma Delta tied for second place with the same number of points apiece. i L Q vw 1544 .v 5. ,ag mo. v V rf , A BA -1- .Q iv if 4 ' -174 Mfr P . x I1 ,ggay 7 F A X ig ii 7 A Al I ' IZ Q ii? , I2 5 il iz ,ELT ia MW N L M .-.i x xyx msg XX . xr X- " lxxx ' -651 X .. wg WAN Mui. . Q N 93 QM . X ' xi? i N L, gif: il QA 53 St t w I- A Q I y A 7 , Q 4,45 C uf ,xg 'i.4""'1 N433- Yagi .,..- Q16 in all A A 11 jf . 0 C es I V tif' ,ry xl'N'P :lik , .,, 9 'A- vd JD ea U lv O Au 0 , .1 1 4 IC K FORENSICS tg: gg: -vi , if --.-i lntercollegiate Debate The department of debate this year has further developed the policy of providing experience in public expression to as large a group of students as possible. Considering that intellectual honesty is more important than numerous victories. all debates this season have been of the informal, non-decision type. In regular classes the question, "Resolved: That Capitalism as a System of Economic Organization ls Unsound in Principle", was carefully analyzed and debated by the various class niexnbers. Approxi- mately 'twenty-five students participated in varsity debates with the following schools: Grove City, Thiel, VVestininster, Geneva, University of Pittsburgh, 'University of XVest Virginia, Ohio Wlesleyan, Oberlin, XVooster, VVestern Reserve, and Brothers College. Lili -N si t QEHQEQ -we ' --Q4-f' 2"'?,' 54 s -35 ve J .fee :'.,, v Ina 7 akin . Q 1 'D g 4 vb A X v b 41 V L4 7 A A I 'A A4 W AZ ! r l ill lia- Yi F , l 45" E- My n . ,gli ,lad-lila' -431' -pm' K4 42X 1 A v ,ii . JZ L .. A A 4 .,:. S. if W V . , ' I Q in F4123 .vw iljaxf -Www' -...Q 1 twiki 09 -7 o no do 44-K7 1.4 O ss 0 1 .r LWM A x FoRENs1cs ik I -,A -2 ,,:f..e: K ,- I . I. -. 1 'ft . ' its iw - Q1 l j y. . f' , f .mqfe ,-ep. , t - A is l f . H V, 5, .,,: ,. ti Y' 45 3 I ii 1 . - -1' if 1- 1' I . rc. 5 1. - '- .Hu Y A 4 '.,.4A,L.... . , ,. LH ' ' -f - ' nge-. ...I , -23.7 Q. gf.. E-arp ,. 2. -I FQIY gif- ' My 391 i iiffs-di 1 .' i 1 if. 3 .'l1f"a'?' ' f ' ri, new Sv' is :wwf e 5?, .EJ it A f fi' ' 1 V 1, V1-,fi all it if qi,-Llzi, I E? -:M ' . 'fxgz-el' i . -.-.' fi., N . ,Q ,I A . :iw ' V -' L H iff?-ifzl - 'i ,Z' ' - 4, ff-.-W i 'ft V '- ' ig' wifi. ,Mi ' 1 Extension Debates With the desire of providing additional experience in public speaking to those en- rolled in the debate classes, the department this year greatly augmented its schedule of extension debates. Twenty-five members of the two classes appearing under the title of "Allegheny Speakers", represented their college in nineteen debates before various ser- vice clubs and high schools in the vicinity of Meadville. These appointments included the following towns and cities: Franklin, Greenville, Oil City, Brookville, Zelienople, Corry, Kane, Jamestown, N. Y., Erie, Geneva, O., Conneaut, O., Hubbard, O., and Youngstown, O. x s ly., YQ! nf ea Y 5 V 24 A V Q , . A4 -If I: lv 5 4 vb df i' X Q'? A 1 ' fe ': 3 W s I il Hn ,-qffl' its V 4 6 X H Www 53' x x xxx with t Nxhis Xxx ' -It fig i Q 1' X K il X If L' i f W.. A X H xv S , M QA 55 fb 'fix Av A ' al' af, i pf? 1 'mis 1a.!'l"1 .a Q O L A sky Y V i 7 ' Q Q A e IS' 49? 'I .A :WI ,Jr in- :Wav .X wk? ...rw xiii od -fn JD 440 1. , . d W' . I K FORENSICS ,Q Wakeheld Oratorical Contest In the annual Wakefield Oratorical Contest held i11 the Playshop Theatre, Thursday evening, Decem- ber 3, Willialil Olson was awarded first prize. His oration entitled: "The Merry Go-Round Has Stopped", vividly pictured psychological changes ac- companying the present economic depression. Harry Thompson was awarded second prize, and third place went to Douglas Marks. The other contestants were Robert Blair, VVilliam Boetcker, and Harold Loyal. NVILLIAM OLSON Extemporaneous Speaking Contests BRAMER CARLSON Friday, October 23, Miss Dorothy Holsinger, re- presenting Alpha Chi Omega. and speaking on the subject: "Razzing of Freshman VVOIHCI1 Should Be Abolishedu, was awarded the Delta Sigma Rho lov- ing cup in the second annual woman's extemporane- ous speaking contest. Jean Holman, Eleanor Page. and Edith Fox were the other contestants. f-'A IN - :, :X X ,A vi YQEHMH --HQLJPIQ fb- On Friday, October 16. Bramer Carlson oi Phi Delta Theta fraternity, speaking on the subject: "VVhat Is the Value of Intra-Mural Athletics?", won the sixth annual rnen's extemporaneous speaking contest sponsored by the honorary national forensic fraternity, Delta Sigma Rho. The other speakers were, Charles Shaw, George johnson, Donald 'Wil- liams, Arthur Crawford, Frank Helfrich, jack YVor- rall, and Paul Teaman. D-OR OTH Y HTOPLSINGE R A, 56 4 . jg 53?-XJ -7 In 5 Y 34 A V 9-N. . :A I Z 4 v b S 4 A .i i 5 A4 . 7 P A. 1 .2 WA? 'A W Al r Q71 n I ll, fkh' xg ' 3 7m X , . in 'il ffl 'pm' JANE KATHRYNE MILLER JANE BLAIR 4 11 A x A v JE O , A 4 A- K ig, 2. , V , , 1 IQ ,MS J-vw 1111542 , , , .MV ,v r filgekl. -H--gr? L1 igv O M yr, 6 'Af L' 13 J - K PUBLICATIONS C. LEWIS Allegheny Literar Magazine EI 'FOX R. BAKER . lb vagal ,v 'A v A V IAA v ng. ff WN iff, 'YQ X A3 W 'Nz A A z Q be Ai W, Nc 'ul Q N ,mf ' ll' E e . y FQTH. 7 X . 61 I I fb Q 'JA K A rf A .5 '11 xi, iii? 4 ,c KLM , 1, 9 G k kg 1 . O L A a A V H ' IQ 7 ,rf A 1 , 4 :W ima: 333' I '5 ,X ,fl 915 o -fo an .mn w... o sv n '.n. I K PUBLICATIONS C. SHAYV The Campus 1. 'Sho H. PORE C. HEILER if-l . --.f-" M -fibk I 'x.' m??1,' rzl a iv 36 'fa vu .AA .QAA V 9.1 A4 b 25 4 vb S A 1 l ff? ,A A JA? Y 97 E ,I- xl , 4:1 L! I .U 'W wc wg x will " ,-4, 4 A 4 x 7 k . .3 . L' cs A A ,,, 3 474 Q I f V 1 7 ' I Q ..c- 5' -4?'.,.,A Aglit 'p"9"?f. 47lt,,!71 Ti?-QV, EAW SWE? N-' vii?" .wa we an 5 J- W I K PUBLICATIONS C. STANTON The Campus FISHER S. 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REED Faculty Advisors of Allegheny College Publications SVVARTLEY F. F. SEELEY H. R. ANDERSON ,VHS -9"""'-'-i X,-,,. 66 A 11 1 7 l . ti . , L s A A - J V .,, ir- 1 4 I V if , ' IQ .ir !' l I .N Agni? r9l?7- 41'!P.4? s,1,s, eimiw JWQP' Ra .119 ad .sg an Yfa Do .1 4 1 .r KA . 6 5 6 tk: Z3 , li E W tk FEATURES A A Thingsl Never Knew 'Till Now and Still Don't That That That That That That That mates of That That That That That That W. P. Tolley chews his finger nails. "Bill" Elliot trims his own whiskers. "Frisbee" Ross canft read a word of Latin or Greek. "Dad" Ling passes every girl who ever took a course under him. "Pop" Akers can't tell red from green. R. E. Lee isnit as famous as I thought. "Ches" Darling coughs seven times as much per hour lecture as Denver. Henke puts sugar on his lips so they will taste good "Richie" Shultz reads the "New Yorker" for all those wise cracks. Dr. Church can't read a note. CThey ean't all be goodj McLean uses ah- on an average of 30 times every ten minutes. there are 1198 steps on the Allegheny Campus and in our buildings. the average age of college professors is 30,679 years, which proves t have to do to teach is to grow up. . 1 2 all the in- ga IFJ hat all you That 5 girls in school are color blind. That Dr. Beiler has really read the Bible. That Swartley can stick his Est in his vest pocket. That no one was expected to pass the Carnegie exams. That Wfoodring can't remember his birthday. That Luvaas can't hit a golf ball. That Miss Spaulding can't understand a thing Alfred Emanuel Smith says. That Miss Rowley hasn't read all the books in Reis Library. That Miss Chevret did not have a good time in Paris back in '0iS. That Miss Schafheitlin can walk ten miles without resting. That VVay can not see a dog without wincing. That Miss Potter is really not a foreigner. That Julian Ross knows more about English Literature than about English language. That Lavely holds to an obsolete philosophy of life. That Dean Bowie. if you please, really likes golf. That Harley Morris spends more hours at work than any other faculty member. That Buckingham really believes these Carnegie "exams" mean something. That Hurst Anderson won't like this column. That Benjamin is going to Europe this summer. That Skinner learned medicine in summer school. That Beisel makes mathematics interesting, but you don't learn anything. That Giddens is a famous author. That gold weighs oh so much more per cubic inch than water. That Zemple dislikes Irving Fisher. That Miss LeRoy does not like men. CGive her a medal, will you?J That Coe learned his "math" carrying a surveyor's instruments. That Roessing really likes French. That Howes gets excited and cannot play bridge very well. That Miss Ludwig forgets to comb her hair some mornings. That McDermott likes to read books with rare passages in them. That Nesbitt is a college graduate. That Mrs. Spann likes the young people. That Seely doesn't like fast dance music. That Hulburt gets lonely quite often. That Finney likes to walk in his stocking feet. That Daniels really comes from New England. That 10 minute quizzes are just for the effect. That students "crib" on examinations. That I may graduate from Allegheny next year. That the faculty will probably compare slams in this column. That I don't care anyhow. That Locke belongs to a social fraternity. That Carpenter knows more physics than f'Dad" Ling. That O. D. K., Student Senate, Inter-Fraternity Council, Pi Delta Epsilon, Pi Tau Epsilon ai id Kappa Phi Kappa have justihed their existence. ..-.....,,..,f- 67 -Y :xt V fam v sigh qv: V I I 4 vb wx' A px b '11 V A4 , 7 . N ,. Ls 7-PX -Q ka ,LA f 13 A M is W s 4 .. I r I vi' l 'AL-. YI i 7m X IM qfifmii If L ll as . A ..i if .-DQ., 1 LIP' .14 N2 - 'GJD' 2-fi 'mai A v . l jf . 6 C A. e qi I .' , Q AA ff. :Wg YI of was Wifi?- St- Q . ,, 0 on -'D da du O W- D he 4 1 .- Q1 s 0 I K F AT A E URES A Handwriting on the Wall Someone told us school had started and then along came "Ed" and said you are on the Kaldron Staff. At last we get recognition of our worth, but the devil of it is we have to write something to fill up pages, so here goes. NVe ran into a nice girl in French class and complacently said to ourself, "That girl is the one I'm going to chase." Imagine our embarrassment when we met her at a fraternity party as Mrs. Bla blah, wife of Bla blah, whom the brothers had attached for the evening as a necessary chaperone. VVe see G. B. is back in school. W'e wish she would hang a crepe on that fraternity pin which appears periodically. Then we heard of a freshman who had four pledge pins at one time. To date we find ll fraternity pins gracing what corresponds to lapels in Hnlings Hall. Vife say, give the frosh a chance. Then there was the worldly upper classman who strolling with a freshman maiden as he passed a fraternity house, "That is a national." The innocent age is not all gone. W'e see a lot of F. B. and K. S. together. XfVhat happened F? At least you're consistent as to which sorority party you'll go to. The good little old girl who asked the third fellow who came into the library to go to her party. This one is hard to guess because of the one above. Then the girl, Cone of last years lla pin affair, who was let down easy by the fellow '31 who just did not write. This repetition is fast "getting me." Delinquencies. How do the rest of you like having the "screws put to you"? XVe will get used to anything if we last long enough. Reports reach our ears that a certain fellow, ex-l34, corresponds regularly with two different girls at Hulings. Everything was rosy until he forgot to disguise his writing on a letter to the second girl. Such things will out even in a quiet place like Hulings. VVonder where "Ed" got the black eye? Believe it or not, ye who doubt read- ily, he ra11 into a door. W'ho was the fellow who invited a girl from home to his fall party and when she was unavoidably detained he took a Hall girl, but swiped her favor and sent it to his true love at home. Page Dorothy Dix. This is involved. A woman, not of the faculty, but connected with the college who is well known as a "boy-crazy female" saw that her latest acquisition was being drawn away from her. New technique was obviously needed and here it is. She approached the girl and! tried to tix up dates for her with other boys. Nice wasn't it? There was a famous fellow who left a certain sorority party with a formal, Hpardon me." So far so good, but the time was intermission and he has not come back at this writing. One half of a last year's romance, who consistently denies the pin affair business, spent Thanksgiving with the other half of the romance at his home south of Meadville, with the blase remark, "I have no statement for the press." . .-7 ' . s , ' ii T , lt .5-'25 68 W: .Lt S37 I?-QV' ,xv 71 A K SA A V i . 51 I 5 4 UD g A 42 il? ,sf ,Aff 5. A ' .4 A5 s AL v v V. ll ,i 'X W r x ,J 'V l xl' lily, .J ,fl M 'Fl fan? A A -ffm i 1,x'f' ' W' 'QE 454' '1s"U M o FEATURES A IX Seen m Cut Wandertngs A pronnnent n1us1c1an 'md 1 t'1ll tlnn blonde storx zbout theme two IS too good It seems the blonde had '1 date xx 1th 1 eer t'un claxk handsome fellow better known as Duke and xx ent VK 1tl1 hun to h1S chapter 1a1tv After the p11 tv she went mth H115 1nus1c1an to at dwnce 11111 where Duke 1120 was 111 attendance The denouement 15 xet to be XXI'llIl.f'll A eimpus departmental manager and a Small dark g1rl We vm Nfl lx K at a P111 PS1 panty Sxgb had one too, M Ix Ix NVh'zts urong? We bee Kzul Khekt and M1522 XVh1the1cl together a lot Speakxng of P111 P518 It H219 alught for the bovs to be V'lCC1l1llCLl but I object to seemg plasters on so mwny g1rl s 11-1115 XVe see our blonde adonn and lVIZ1ll'1111C around .1 lot How about our new football end a11d the t'1ll qnl uhose list name lJCg11lS wxth the H1 bt letter 111 the alphabet llds glfl eeems to be savmg It so h1ppc15 th'1t I dont date, but I 11Ot1CC 111010 of my gnl tuendb are datmg S1gs I wonder how Oke s g1rl lb The Ph1 Delt bovs who mme here to the co11vent1o11 hl ed out co eds Oh' 'well the gram lb mlm mys g1C6I1Ei1 over the fence Speual bulletm ot the Dtulx News XVe saw A D and B B 111 the h1pp5 huntmg grounde 'md have seen them togethe1 qu1te often XfVl1at ho' John Suv H H at the hall the othe1 111Q,l'1l' The old qentlem 111 looked prettx good, con S1ClCI'l1lg I guess someone IS eommg up from Moneesen We know ue have nnqbed someone, but dont feel huxt, well get you 1n VVIIIYCI' Seet1on, but nc muet mentxon the tellou 11 ho had a g1rls Cir Sunday 'afternoon and evtnmg and droxe lround xuth 'another gnl 'lll that tnne You Rotter WM A Q-V' r gn Y '1 0 ,. 29 .....,f'- 69 If K -51 " J :AAL V ' QAA , V . . . . :FEM C K .C u D l 41 - 'I A 2 - 1 ' - 1 . 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' -, 0'-1 . 7, Aditya L' ex .4 ,f..1T2" we-"' fri' f -k-W-L W- - A M --- wg -- aft- - 'Q -.tt '32 . dr-1 - f .M- ,'fff9r-.qgifrii X ' "'!"fPh. ' V- i 'S-'BX Q-in 1:--e-f:i.'.'5"kf D R A M A 3- zu-f 5' " -ff fra-A.: .23-' ff, .. -.irzfffkf usb. H 5 ffl!-, 1:21 "Dust of the Road" This play of Kenneth Sawyer Goodman's was first presented to the XMOIUCILS Literary Club of Meadville on April 29th. A second performance was given at Thiel College on May Znd. Later performances were presented for the students and faculty of the College and the Playshop's patrons in Meadville. "The jealous Wife" Mrs. Oak1y's Library A Room at Lady Freelove's This eighteenth century comedy of manners was produced, as far as is known, for the first time in America by the Allegheny Playshop on May fth and 9th. A third performance was given at Loinmencement time. , -7L.ff" 1-"""-P-I 80 I nl X .-I 2. M f?--,i xiii? E, J ill vlllifl Vg! Y, ,' f'l"1'falll3l'i'l" i pl .ilhilll W3 lit! lsiijslalt' iiflhiffil L3 t if jfzfff 577 A L, 4, X. 5,3 . zfg.-,.. 31, i J., 5.7 -4- -53: 5 06 .- I + 5. 4 7 xi lv D R A M A The Workshops ,' -Lf"es The scenery and costumes for the plays are made by the students enrolled in the Play Production course. S1 JEFFERSON COLLEGE, IS52 fgiiiwifzfn E EREREEERLN F R A T E R N 1 T 1 E s 1 - -- . .- - Phi Kappa Psi Founded .I,I'0l11II1CI1t Alumni JOHN L, PORTER Q 52 Active Chapters FRANK .L .XRTER -,f . - GEORGE E AKERSON HENTN ' xxx 1 , L . -- H 11 SL FWfmTY1QD ImN1WHWRL.HWE 543 N. Mann St. .X . ' I MEMBERS IN FACULTY , ,fy PRo1f. R. R. BISISEL ,flax 'Q 1 MEMBERSIN COLLEGE 7' 045 1932 LAWRENCE Q BOYLAN up FRANK R MQRSEQQ 1 ALVIN 1 DeGRANGE up ELMER M.REED gp f' JOHN H.FALLON mm KARL R.sM0cR my fi 3 ROBERT R HERSHEY CHJYER E TURNER wa . NICHOLAS1M VARANO my 4E ' AEE .I 'if 1933 Q EU! ARTHUR E.BALSER QD CHARLES H.POOLE my Q . WV, 4YY 7 9 iiifge "WST, 4a'ff:-1 Emi' .1355 WW NQEEyg R X 5LE'A Efzz E' .png . SE-,jg -1 mx J U VL, pg 'Milf' il :R AJ GEORGE NV. HOFFMAN CIO, WALLACE B. LJXRSON KIIJ 1934 FREDERICK C, KIEBORT 0.0 FRANKLIN M. MILLER RICHARD ROBINSON C153 1935 HUGH II. CORBIN C193 JACK T. DUMARS ROBERT EDXYARDS4 JOHN EDXVARDS KENNETH FISHEL QEOJ FRANKLIN ROBBLEE C133 XVALTER W. XVATTERSON ARTHUR XV. SCHMITT 1161 YNILLIANI K. UNVERZ.-XGT xlfj ARTHUR XV. NYOOD 1183 SAMUEL VV. JOHNSON 421, NVILLIAM II. LAUER SAMUEL J. MCKIM 12:5 WILLIAM F. T.-XMPLIN JOSEPH B. TRUINIAN 1235 BENJAMIN W. TURNER f355i' '11 Q51 Tfi? N 1' I - igiflffra.-:ll....L.,a.. 1 gymnasium a E' f .l I g.gJ31 g,-L,gi,'f1i- A. . .ex .. ..,, Rxfmk.. ..., .ELEM 111.1 WML. 1 m-RqQREu-.-.., g7 .W , :'J1n 'E' r:1,:.-"TL: -- 4.-,rw . V 1 .' 1'-r' '-.1 1 12 - 1, 1' Q., - - I 1 ,2,f' E -H -f A f'Q'Lf' ynfg- Q..-'g,. S2 Q11 1,-7 .IRIX .MA Y fi! ?-lik . 3135 gigrgig 515 "1 53 A V51 E55 'nf 'w1! Q' Ll 1+ x, rg .. 1' fd R-JK J A91 1 1 Q4 f ' .4 L1 4 ,Ef1J 51 . 1 I I1 If 11 13Q lI'gl,i'45111 'w'K 71 I 1gjeQ,i11'1 gg, 77 Cid ff GQQS Vfk' .,. - FRATERNITIES I -Q ,w 83 Lfkm x. T' K 45 4,.f'4 'Ag N 11 V .l 1 j! 1 G 1 A 6'- fa 'I -Z ,".' .15 I , 5 A '- 'Engl is V , '1 1 af ,I W 7 A 1? rl-o Q 'X 2- 'fs 1 -in 'W' N, '49 YS-hgh ' .43 X 0113- az L- .5 1 CQ 02- L7 1 - o '- '- 11 ef ,pz-:t1,"5:" ' A., - - CT r NWN' QQ' 1' . . .I. -f ,Q5gHg- . FRATERNITIES aggf2, x ' 1 Phi Gamma Delta .-.X f X Founded ' XIX 11z1f1f13RSo-N COLLEGE, 18.18 - ' 73 Active Chapters ' Q 1. 1 u a PI C11AP'1'12R, 1360 XL 1 - 1 ff' 454 N. Main St. 1 I ' I l'1'o111i11e11t .Xlumni FREDERICK IIOXYE GEORGE SNAYELY DR, E. B. IIECKEI. WILL RIDGE MEMBERS IN FACULTY DR. I. R. BEILER DR. C. A. DARLING MEMBERS IN COLLEGE HARRY A, 1:J12NN1SoN C13 UOMER A. MOODY C29 A. CLARKE BEILER C53 B. ROSS BROVVN C63 VVARREN A. BUGBEE C73 WILLIAM F. I-IORN C83 CECIL 12. 13AR'1'1-1o1.oN1R1v MANSON F. BROWN C143 RONALD E. GREGG 1157 EDWARD KEMBLE C161 ROBERT S. DAVIDSON C213 JOHN P. GILMORE C223 DAVID VV. HILL C233 WVARREN P. KECK C243 C133 WILLIAM B. KENNEDY C257 1932 1933 .mm 1935 EARL J. PA'r'rERSoN 131 C11ARL1zs C. SHAXV C43 HARRY E. MASSING C93 HARRY R. PORE C103 CHARLES' C. STANTON' C113 DOYLE H. WALLACE C123 EARL J. ROHN my CHARLES W. NICHOLS may ROBERT N. PALMER CI9, JACK D. UTLEY C201 XVARREN G. PETERSON C263 XVILLIAM G. R.-XLSTON HAROLD J. ROWE C273 ROBERT P. SCOTT C283 DAVID R. YYALLACE CZQD -fx 55 -Q-...:rf'ii? 84 1? ,LHR wk ea ' Y ' 1 ' 1 S f 53,1 1 V., ilhxxx P . W? , . . L.,-Y . sbljff V , C4 2 .2 vi- 1 N :J Z "II ',. .XJ 75 Lt, I, 'jnjx 1.5 Ll F '11 1 Fa' ng , .3 H A ,L M ICC IC1 ll 1 ,112 . 119 1 119 fa " 'S 1 , if 5 f .- 1 . u rf 191 fgff 1: fi H5115 YQ CS 121 Ff W K x .f -..--g f,-. - . , :,..,.,4,f B if W , FRATERNITIES 85 iv-v' A , I -, -4 K- x, ,W ,H IQ, -A IE: ,. ,3,, H 4 , N 'if , ,1- f nw 1 gif-f "f, .fi sg., x-1.jx 4. f ,vi--, - yi- I .N , ug V VJ Y' mln' , . V1.2 . . Q 5- M W: I ,.Y.,. X- X -W7 " -' . ' , . .li .MQ X ... I, ,N v Z ,, I ' 5'5" ff , , "P r, 1 1' ' ' X 5' 'll ' V .!.Ii2fF'L,glQ ,. , ,- .- ',' 1.7 ,Q , , Af, 'J V' ., f f A MN If .A JL 1 Q 2'1" ' 110 1' -422 ii! 1 ft A ff -1 q jf .1 O 1 , A Aj A 1 if J V 1' b ff' 1 9,9 I 1 - , , J, fi G 13 Ju Q5 5151? .Ri d. I K FRATERNITIES A A Delta Tau Delta Fouxuded BETHANY COLLEGE, ISSQ 75 Active Chapters ALPHA CHAPTER, 1863 601 Highland Ave. ATA' N .N.m!.J, PI'OIl11llCllI Alumni ARTHUR XV. THOMPSON FREDERICK PALMER WALTER C. DEMING BISHOP CHARLES LOCKE J r I 'MEMBERSIN'FACULTY PROF. I-IORACE LAVELY MR. GEORGE ROESSING MR. OTIS CARPENTER MEMBERS1N'COLLEGE 1932 DONALD D. MUNROE C15 JOE P. STIRLING C25 JOHN M. UNDERWOOD C35 1933 FORREST E. BEIGHLEY C45 JAY M. FRYE C95 HERBERT H. CARPENTER C55 T. HOXVARD GATES C105 JACK CLANCY C65 KENNETH RICE C115 LORAN E. CONNER C75 HARRY J. THOMAS C125 JOHN C. FISHER C85 JAMES' E. XVALLACE C135 1934 JOHN XV. ENGROFF C145 IUDD M. LIEBENDORFER C175 FRANK R. HELFRICH C155 LARUE F. SMITH C185 JOHN J. JOHNSTON C165 JAMES B. SWVARTZWELDER C195 1935 ROBERT C. HAMILTON C205 CHARLES H. MILLER NORMAN H. LQXUGHREY C215 C225 , fo. 113 'FlEf!. Q-is f,,,, 86 1 ' 1 :YC w c' J N X, 1 y 4 .5 x 4 X W sf' Y, Y , ,x'1 r E K ' 'fu , f, 1 V , 1 Y , ,. , v -'I , Jk ' ' Vi" , f . w k-' K' 'fr - . ', 1 -- ' A ,Lui , M .7 'rl' ww. if fis .-K :,g xr tiftzn' Ip ,L Q .YI 4 :DQ 2+ If Xfzllf, " X X anx- N Q. -. n'xfjkX. X f , .-.f, .X Ny, 1 J. 125:-. K 1 W . Q, WX ep: -. . -l , ft. ".'iw'1 I ,"IN:.', FRATERNITIES X 1 ' w -x , , , ,. X , . .M , , ,. x 87 I I J 4' If .L ,F Q JA s A y ,, 4' ' QL .1454 ,Q , , qgiu , 'Ui 3 p v E742 'eg' ., A O 43- 0 A I V ,. r Q X U., '53, -1 fs qs 02. ox I., D I . A JR 'ffl . 21 FRATERNITIES . I X ' 7 --1 fx .....- - A 1:11 . Phi Delta Theta Founded 1 RIIAINII UNIVERSITY, IS4S 2 102 Active Chapters Eriligf PENNSYLVANIA DELTA, 1879 f fi ,5 662 Highland Ave. I I I U I ' 4 Prominent Alumni ANDREXV NV. ROBERTSON NVILLI.-XM P. BEADZELL NVILLIAM F. DALZELL ROBERT G. FREEMAN MEMBERS IN FACULTY DR. XV. A. ELLIOTT DR. S. S. SXVARTLEY DR. C. F. ROSS DR. J. L. ROSS MEMBERS IN COLLEGE 1932 I-IUGI-I E. ELLIOTT 423 IIARMON H. GILBERT GLENN J. GREER 423 CLIFFORD M. LEWIS 433 1933 L. BRAMER CARLSON 4s3 STURGESS E. CAREY 493 SANFORD W. CORCORAN 4103 1934 ADAM E. BORTZ G. PAUL GRANT C143 EARL E. HOUCK ROSMER G. STOOPS 1935 W. D. BLOWER D. W. BORTZ 4193 JOI-IN C. CARVER IOJHN CORCORAN 4203 ROBERT GRADES 421, RICHARD A. DENTLER 4223 5, NVILLIAM G. LEWIS C45 HAROLD H. SANKEY C53 RALPH E. STONE C65 HONVARD S. XVALKER C77 G. LEWIS I-IABERMAN clip GEORGE S. HARNER 1125 CLARK L. MARKEL fljj RUSSELL B. PRATT C155 DAVID A. SMITH C165 SAMUEL II. SMITH f17J USD PHILIP D. GELB.-XCH f23J THOMAS C. H.-XNVKINS JOHN J. HELAISTADTER NORMAN OLSON 424, G. B. PLUNKETT 4253 THOMAS PRINGLE, JR. 4263 D' sf". ,f f-N34 ll MW ' 88' 'S ne, 9 ,3- if Q, 7 L52 FRATERNITIES 89 C5 f A. ,iq ZA x 417 VA ' 'O , in KL 45- 6 Al V! 7 11 A4 1 .'. .Q ' L . ' SIR' : I' ,Q C, ,? , Q 5:1 ,-C olf- ' xv" -- .ww .. Q 4. n C.. .5-C I NK FRATERNITIES A A Sigma Alpha Epsilon I .91 .lf 3'- T 7 i Y Founded if .1 7, Prol11inf:11t Alumni UMX ER51rxiCg5e.xcJHA13iin1.x, fsse 5. ,CN 6 WILLIAM WARD 107 I ape S 'Q-.R 9 JUDGE 0. C. KENT PENNSYLVANIA OAIEGA, ISS7 JUDGE DON LARRABEE 535 N. Nfaill St. .9 YVILLIAAI AICKINLEY gs, MEMBERS IN FACULTY DR. C. LING PROF. H. AIORRIS DR. R. E. LEE PROF. II. R. ANDERSON IVIELIBERS IN COLLEGE 1932 KENNETH B. ANDERSON C15 FRED NI. HARPER C65 NVALTER L. BERGER C25 FREDERICK S. CLARK C35 NVILLARD P. CONN C45 HOVVARD E. FORBES C55 1-LxRRY M. HILL C73 CHARLES' R. MILLS csp JOHN J. XVERLE 495 J. DAVID W1-UTSETT my DONALD F. XVILLIAMS C115 ROBERT M. BATR C125 ROBERT W. BRAKEMAN C135 DONALD VV. CLARKE HAROLD NV. CROOK 1933 GERALD A. ERI-IARD C145 GALE XV. ENGLE C155 KARL K. KLICKA C165 JOHN A. UNGERMAN KNIGHTON WAITE C175 1934 W. AGNEW BLISS C185 MELVIN R. MEADOWCROFT C245 ROBERT R. COLE C195 JAMES H. MURPHY C255 GARNET P. FRANCIS C205 DONALD E. MURRAY C265 EDWARD HAMER JAMES R. PORTER C275 NVILLIAM C. JOHNSTON C215 MARCUS B. POWELL C285 ROBERT F. KENT C225 G. EDWARD SUTTER C295 KENNETH R. McBRIDE C235 WALTER J. WILLIAMS C305 VVILLIAM C. VVOODXVARD C315 1935 C. WILLARD BERGER C325 CHESTER B. JILES F. DAVID BROVVN C335 ELLIOT R. JONES C365 HAROLD C. CRICHTON C345 R. A. KRIDER EDVVARD R. GAISFORD C355 RICHARD D. RAY C375 R. E. HOLDEN JOSEPH SERENE DAVID S. SUTTER C385 fxfsx -.-.,W.,. L-ff -M-Q MCL -'C -W L, . 4, 90 -1 .W -Alf Lsxn .2 Q f' KL.. Y E :V 54 ex Q fn . I J J fs ACK I ki MJ. J 5353.51 311632. My ha 1- - ,fi r AMER x! ff KD... Ms? MLWQITN ' 11151-111 , C-"1L"va . ,HLNM ,C .. 1195 Q We QV f FRATERNITIES 91 If . .L Q KZ C A 17 A Q ,ig-If fa INF 4 I-6 ji? -,114 jd A l O -4 Y, 45- 31 if vi Ia! ,,,:'+ R iw R .El Jig . 9,12 -LAL A' EX 'in c.. FD- ,W Q' .. . -. .1 F V' ,, C1 N FRATERNITIES - ,A A A ' 3 3 Alpha Chi Rho 43.1- 4 9 l lrounded 72, 6 ,ij Pro111i11e11t Alumni '1'RINI'1'Y COLLEGE, 1895 :'f3q53',gg.1'1 DR. FREDERICK C. IIENKE 21 Active Clwvfefs ,5,,... 12.',.,,1,. FRANK 11. PARISII PIII IOTA CII,xP'1'ER, 1914 fQ5f""d,45,-"Lf: NFL, A5 SIPLE 660 NI Mah, SL ,J ,,',E,. MELXIIR G. RIILLOR A ' .fn ' . I' 3 I- Hi MEMBERSIN'FACULTY DR. F. G. IIENKE DR. C. w. SKINNER MEMBERSlN'COLLEGE 1932 JOSEPH A. BORRISON C15 JAMES P. BRYAN C25 FRANK E. BUTTERS C35 PAUL B. CARES C45 ROBERT M. GARBARK C55 LLOYD H. HANSON C65 ALBERT C. IEFFORDS C75 PAUL L. STEARNS FANNIN C155 NVILLIAM F. GORDON C165 VVILLIAM A. GROXIV C175 JACK G. HERSHELMAN VVILBERT F. KOELHER C185 EDWIN L. C.xMPI1ELL 42.15 FREDERICK L. EWING C255 DALE FULLER WILLIAM L. IIERSI-IELMAN J. L. ANGOUE ROBERT P. I-IANNUAI ROBERT JACKSON E. J. IOS-LIN C305 A . SIP 1933 1934 1935 GEORGE G. JOHNSON C85 THOMAS R. KNORR C95 THOMAS F. LAWRY C105 NED D. MERVINE GERALD WV. NIGHAN CII5 STANLEY A. OKRASINSKI C125 LOUIS PICHITINO C135 LE CI45 HOWARD R. LAUFFENBERGER CI95 LEE L. LAWRY C20, GEORGE A. MCCARTNEY C215 G. GLEN RUMBERGER C225 H. C. THOMSON C235 DAVID O. IIILL 4265 KENNETH 11 JOHNSON 4271 MAX 11. MALONEY fgsu JACK S-. POGUE C295 JOHN 11. LUBIC MILTON MALONEY C315 ROBERT SALMON C325 GEORGE WIIITING C335 NVESLEY MILLER C345 fsfxk EC,1 .fp.-155E5F .,, . ., . , mu. ., . N-wr-r f 1-'J H - ,-.22fElff1l A-.ff 'm ' D' ff' A- . 92 FRATERNITIES ? I ,w -x,.-Q. 423 .qi 93 P 'snr 1,1 an N-.Q Q-' ' 41' 'EOE f A 12. Ali Au Jf 7 O4 Nc, A45 A 1 -5 V I fa. 7 A E? A EW? 4 A, V1 iii Xlvb 3' ?aJ:f 5 .rf 7537 XEQT , flf' 1.6 AIM I 4... UN. ' .. E Q 11 r Q2. K, 4 4 Uv' 1. W A FRATERNITIES A A Beta Upsilon Founded ALLEGHENY COLLEGE, 19: One Active Chapter ' ALPHA CHAPTER, 1921 Spring St. Prominent Alumni KIAURICE KOLPIEN NVILLIAM F. REICHERT SANFORD S. CI-IILCOTE ' GEORGE BEIREL 1 .f ww 'C f A '-P!! MEMBERSIN'FACULTY DR. O. P. AKERS PROF. L. D. MCCLEAN MEMBERSIN'COLLEGE 1932 CHARLES C. HARTUNG O5 ROBERT H. ISENBERG 1933 WILLIAM A. BOETCRER 135 JAMES A. MANSELL Q45 CAREY E. MARCH 455 1934 ARTHUR M. CRAWFORD 495 PONZIANNO FERRARACIO C103 J. K. SEBRING c 1935 C. L. BARTBERGER O45 DAVID C. BRONVN ROBERT GORING O55 MAX LABORDE E. H. OLMSTEAD O65 THOMAS H. MANSELL C25 HASSON S. ROCKEY DOUGLAS K. MARKS f67 ALAN L. MITCHELL C71 HENRY F. PARKER CSD JOSEPH A. KAGY Hub FRANCIS G. LEIPOLD C129 19 C. D. REMALEY 4175 w. D. STHETTERLY DAVID SLEPPY O35 RICHARD SMITH CLAWSON STRICKLER O95 fx . A. .. , , -A ..... .- 11h'ir-ji1Tj.ILg ff NA--A ifffkil A-:if :pf --1. 2 94 ,xi Q.. A .I V E.. 7. ' 15 I Y M . HA.-K, ff 14 UYJP' 9 "X ' 5'Y'4. HEX R1 A vi Ll. id ,, QI, 'r-12 . f'EE P 44 ' .X .JV 1 1 mf 51.1 11 1M1w1 .., N, , R M fi.. 5 L V-xx 2. A1 1' N 1 eff. , 12:1 EM-'1 C4-ZW? 1' 92325 , SER 'I :F Efxw X L X I x, L X 5 :My J x ,WVU - -,LH A5 1, 'fl ,,, ,. wk, I 4' J-if , 31 ig ' tr fi M V Q31 lf! if , K V , .my gf, I -Cin? S' .fig .L ,,.. 2x'i!-139 A.. V, , ,M ' 1' xlfvyi- nw! 2-:NM-fi 4 :-, v tf2Yi9.xx"x 'fa ii U f .V ,v -. .4-f' X C+,4.!f-f z if 4, - WA.. f fi ' w 1'. "il i?' " lf.,,, if "., ,'l 1,4 FRATERNITIES N .mx , w n IEE? Nu ' W , , . ant .- z- ff'-fl' . Mm ' 95 1 CW 14 ' - A Q KZ 1 .A g A ' 1 ff l an 0 L I 1 cs. 0 1 Q I ffi, 4 V J" '11 ASQ. J ffle? X X 1 sz.. fl 'bf 2 035, X25-4' .1 ,31 .1 ' n 0, Ui 1 ,, fa X 'a N Q , - .- pl N .- V '--D., . J W - FRATERNITIES 'C 1 ,fix Ax Beta Kappa X rou d d '-:fed Pron1i11uut Alumni ' 11 1: ,--1:',.'i, A , HAMLINE UNIVERSITY, 1901 iw V' D- E- TPEOMFDON 32 Active Chapters L' E' A- BQERS XI c1a1A11'r13R, 1926 fig, Q , .F lj-L BEYERM N' Brain St' -uh, D. SPARIXD MEMBERS IN FACULTY PROP. H. P. VVAY DR. VV. B. CHURCH MR. A. S. DANIELS MEMBERS IN COLLEGE 1932 JOHN XV. COFFIN C15 RODNEY L. STENVART C55 A. JACK I-IARTMAN C25 JAMES E. VENSEL C65 J. VVILSON KELLEY C35 FRANKLIN C. XVILLIAMS C75 F. VVILLIAM McMILLIN C45 J. J. XVILLIAMS C85 JOHN R. VVORRALL C95 1933 GLENXVOOD M. BLACK C105 CHARLES M. KUTZ C135 CARL E. BORG C115 XVILLIAM E. RITTS' C145 VVILMOT R. CRAIG C125 CLARENCE J. SCHNVARTZ C155 1934 VVILLIAM F. CHURCH C165 XVALDO F. JOHNSTON C185 PAUL I-IINCHBERGER C175 XVILLIAM I-I. OLSON C193 1935 KENNETH G. LEADBEATER C205 THOMAS V. MURRAY C215 LESTER WOLFE C22 CHARLES L. NAYLOR HARRY A. YIGRASS 5 --C N fix K .L .aimlffialiall 96 5 QQ '1-rr ,wx J ' FC f J-if-1 A 1,5 'HWY' 5 :DAM 'I ii 4 7. 'AA Ja j if -,-1, 2 vp- ai 7! . A4 , ' A . ',1 J' 7. 'T .. X " f JH W2 . c A-1' .1 sf " . 41 . -4 XL ' 1 CS 1 1 12911 Ni? 4 rf lfy-Fx k H41 Kyiv A W V x x . W1 'I NW, W . I E L , L K I ,. N ly' XVYPVI w, V 1.4 ! A Jw :J-x. X k ,Sy ,,-3 1' , 'FH - ,, L ': 'W O jg ws , ff, R5 'fi it J gg.. ful-E .1 .F Cf lu ,ff 'fmfl Q.,-, :P J, ' warg 45,,!,':i-4 ' 1 nw. i7'1:5'f . "V jf . iiiiif'-Laerf 332 5531. FZ?-SEG' X -k1fj5?H.' 'Q'1'1vv-" .1 , ,Yfwvl zvvivsvf liizij FX T'lT5fj'cQ.1 Q- X . fu-fe' 'if'ei f ,1. ,Q-iffvlgfr . 71" , ' 1 'NEI' V WN w-., L - 1 1:,.f- ' w-Y - .nl N W ff-.lf A L .1 ' 4 , -1 my Nu, 1 "lf, fQn',x"1fJ t. 1, k 1 xx' A 'Ji 1- Q15 FRATERNITIES , u , w A , V-gg. , 1 1 1 fm, yr' I x j'li'ST, 'V 535. ' 97 C I A Q V I I Q Q I lit 1' ibif Y 992' in " 1230 42x I A pf JD A I QL 4 , Q 4, A 6 I 'I A ,I C f 7 I Fifi?-2 ' ,Qwlq 1'-A' C5 I GE I -1. .- - .I V Lu 21, UN., I., 1: L K J Ci? "JI-In I7 'ix FRATERNITIES AC- A Kappa Alpha Theta I Founded J Q. ,Q DcPAUXV UNIVERSITY, 1870 it ' 62 Active Chapters 0 ,X WN MU CHAPTER, 1381 QU ' Hulmgs Hall A F Prominent Alumnae MISS RUTH TONVNLEY MISS ELLA GOFF MISS DORCAS HALL MRS. HORACE LAYELY MEMBERS IN COLLEGE GENEVIEVE ROCK CIP GEORGIA BUCKI-IAM C25 CHARLOTTE FEAZEL C35 DOROTHY FRITZ C45 MARIORIE ASI-IE BETTY CAPPE C85 VIRGINIA CHARLTON C95 HARRIET JONES' C105 MARGARET HERR C55 MARY KLINGLER ROSANNA RIORDAN C65 CLAIRE RODKEY C75 MARY KLINGEXSBIITH C115 CHARLOTTE MERNVIX C125 CAROLYN SMITH CI35 RUTII STAPLES' C145 RUTH SUNDBACK C155 DOROTI-IY DAY C161 JANET FLEIIINC. C179 SALLY GOLIISMITH C189 BETTY 1-IENRY C193 RUTI1 JQIIANNESIIEYER C205 VIRGINIA MILLER C215 HELEN MORRONV MYRTLE SANZENBACIIER C225 ELIZABETH VAN KIRK C235 NVINIFRED ANDREXVS C245 BETTY A SHE C255 KATI-I ERINE BASSETT C265 BETTY BLAKE C271 SARAH DAVIS Czsy ELIZ.-IIIETI-I HILL C299 IIARY IQILBORT C301 VIRGINIA LINIIS.-xx' C315 MYRA MARTIN C325 IQATHRYN MILLER C335 IQATIIRYN Roos C315 DOROTI-IY SANKEY my PAULINE STRES KY C365 Z?" , B , Taq f I , ITP :Cf5z:L ,Kg 1 I4 :L TKT -fri ji 41 NF. full 1 r'. x ,' , 3. P '- -19 A ,, 'Z 229' ,I C1 I Al U :ily 'ff 1' Af 7 lg Lf'-5 . Tffxrfie. ' gf. p. F9 95 pa FRATERNITIES 99 f A KA 11 422. K ox? I A JD ' 0 , I A 4 I A an 7 1 V . 7 ' -L 433 1 mai Qgijwi, ' h 'Ev r a may V if 6 - -. 'Q CZJET' 'wif Q Q A G af., :JL- ' - LH , gk i C I kv C- : ,L L, , MONMOUTI-I COLLEGE, 1870 . ,ff H zu FRATEIRNITIES . 5 "' Q' 4 if xxx ' ' I Kappa Kappa Gamma Qmgm. Prnniiueul Alumnae 25Q,,-f,4g,pg:r-.-.-.gggqpg Miss EDNA YOST MISS ALICIA TOBIN MISS ISABELLA TIIOBURN MISS JEAN FRYE MEMBERS IN COLLEGE ELEANOR HUGHES C23 MARION SLEEMAN C35 HELEN VVALKER C: ,T W til NIH 1, ' RUTII LININGER C65 KAT1'-IRYN STEWART C71 JEAN HOLMAN Cub GRACE RALSTON Cxzl MARGARET ROBINSON C131 43 SALLY MCBAIN CZID CATHERINE G. MILLER C225 MARY MILLER C233 LOUISE REYNDERS C243 ADA SIIERXVIN C253 BETTY VVHITFIELD C263 FRATERNITIES x X I ,me- A 'ws hm 'vw-7" 35 "3-31 4 ,pq 'I-9' 1' 'W' 07' li Al 101 WT' 3? -5,1 L ,rx FRATERNITIES ix fgx E Alpha Chi Omega Prominent Alumnae MISS EDITH RODDY MRS. JESSIE M. REYNOLDS MRS. ETHEL M. MILLER MISS FLORENCE HARPER WINIFRED OBER C35 MARJORIE POOLE C45 ALICE MCCLELLAND C95 MARIE NELSON I-IENRIETTA WALLING C105 DOROTHY HOLSINGER CI55 HARRIET I-IOOS C165 ELIZABETH KIRKLAND C175 HELEN RICKARD CIS, LAURA KUTZ C245 ANNA MINCH C255 FRANCES PAULING C265 LOIS RICHARDS C275 ELIZABETH ROBERTS C285 . -,f'j'P7 J Founded 1: 1? ' - ici, VL DEPAUW UNIVERSITY, 1ss5 ,l 5 Ag 'ZA AN 57 Active Chapters gf C ' DELTA CHAPTER, Isgl 'BEAXQ , I-Iulings Hall r K 6 f ,- A fu-ARK. C It 4" , A ,C - Mc L, I A Q ,J -I MEMBERS IN COLLEGE 'JAX 1 1932 Ein HELEN GOLL up MARY MULL up ,AH H ELIZABETH PRATT f A L 1933 -A, A RUTH EOWDEN qsp 0 EDITH GILLEN 479 HELEN HOPKINS qsp '51 ll 3, G 19.14 V MARTHA BLOOM cm 7 Q EDNAMAE BRUGGEMAN my lg MARTHA DEMMLER my ., my 1 54.725 LOIS GRATZ C145 ifmf?5j. 4 1935 MARGUERITE CLARK C195 ROSEMARY COOPER C205 'E 'bf JANE DASHER cm W DOROTHY DEMMLER C225 LOUISE PINK 4233 SARAH YOUNG C295 ,Kp 535. c' ,gf , ,J ,, .1 A' xx - 'x x -,.f'f'Il. - .. wma, X w .2-'- f"Z' "'-A NLR' . A 5 'W m4Iv,fg'1i:2E-3:-f.'4f'r:ff:"i-:EVIL A W I ' ' .C a 102 FRATERNITIES .nv -as ,,..,.! Qs...- rg-an W4 5 QM ff 103 gs 25 sf .--42? f rj I 4 43. 1 A gx A V 1 ' Q 'visa ka? , . g"1 - 'FB' 1 I' 6 1 I Q- 0 l 53 -T 1 1 A 1 115,42 51311 1 e 'Cs N! 5 .511 QQ? ,:4,,j '-' C If . ov.. Lf 1 ., 11 . 1. ' .1 51 1 R V WL ix FRATERNITIES A N Alpha Gamma Delta ' V. Founded t I"ruminent Alumnae SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY, 1904 Q. MRS. MARIE FISHER 45 fXCtive Chapters MISS HELEN SCI-IUSTER KAPPA CHAPTER, 1911 +11 M155 EDITH P-UWT-EY I-Iulings Hall ,E MISS LOUISE LEONARD MEMBERS IN FACULTY PROF. EDITH ROWLEY MISS CORA LEROY MEMBERS IN COLLEGE MARGARET COBAUGH C13 ISIOBEL HEPBURN C23 LOIS HUSK C33 MARY E. ANDERSON C73 LUCILLE ANTICO CS3 RUTH BOYER C93 BARBARA BASS 4137 MARIAN CLARK JANET CROWE C143 PHYLLIS BRAMER C183 LUCILLE JOHNSTON C193 1932 1933 1934 1935 EDITH MCCLAY C43 DOROTHY MCCULLOUGH C53 ISAISEL STAMM C63 MARGARET GROVES Cxo3 MARY SIIUMAN C113 ELIZABETH 'WHITING C123 MARY sm'm C153 RUTH TRAVIS 4163 ELIZABETH YEANY C173 HELEN PERKINS C203 CORDELI,-X TAFT C213 JEAN TIFFANY C223 WTN1, '1 "F 3 ,Q z, ,-.x ', I' 73 L3 Cz Fi . 4,11 U f-Nix Y 1 C 1' "I: I' , Lwxw ., 1. 2 :if .1 ' ., CUE:---:. "A 511121515 J 1. P, X 15.2, ' E", " 1:2 1: 1 .L-, -Qc"-:' ' -uh' .1 I wiv, M ix w-wifi 113-1 5-.ax - . v1',ff,L1L,.r'Q - 557 "'11-jaw -- 1 .5 x-1-1 A ,,,' ' ", ajlv 1.1-,f' -5-f-mf: Q ' 1 ii.. 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F wx 'KD' k' MEMBERS IN COLLEGE A '71 I 1932 jf' A11 IIIARTHA BERNARD cn LOIS' GARDNER 431 O 'W RUTH BIRKNER 425 WILMA ROGERS C45 JU FRANCES WALSH JG QVA 1933 J ROXVENA BAKER Q51 MARTHA FELL fm A ETS ALDINE COLE XVILMA KUHNERT In f' KATHRYN DAVY MAEEL NORRIS Isa V JJ JANE SERVICE cgp Y 1934 , rm: JANE CHESTER my GENEVRA HAZEN 4131 DOROTHY DUNLA11 my MARY ROUZER fI4, I 551345 GRACE GREER my VIRGINIA SLACUAI ,AAA Wil 1935 Lx PI-IYLLIS BEET C151 MADGE GARDNER my W JANE BORTZ my JANE MERVINE usp X53 NVINIFRED STRICK CIQJ X .Ai 555' 'f1Qi ., ,Kin 4, gif. I.. . I E555 AM? . ' !,,,- HJ' -A -ff A:-,qig-JA 106 .QA . 1. -A, Y. 'JW 7 pu. . N, figs I :I 15.2 SIf.1f,f,- 'fxN'j4. A 1,1 .L 3 2.1 1' f '-LAX if J at W . H1 A ,I his .. . 1 '51 I 1 HL sl 4 A' xg 1 V I , Y I 4 ixlf H IJ .1 -?M.'l,12E 17- :JW fi 'I ww ,:f"1'n3' 1 2 ,1 Jw fy' A "f1'?fI ja' IENENIT II THAI I NF' 152: wif f Az 5? Jem N 'Z,'-55?-4-Y . 1 , . A Qu N Q X ' 1 FRATERNITIES . gf., U,-1 Qixlr, 12 107 L x 3 ',w r ,- ' -ffl 'JF 7 .uv -' 1 TWT' ?T'L ff Zncifi' ' -.1 ',7'l" z '1 ' iii-'f X , wig.:- , ,:1F.l,ai5:,fCfv :ILL f w J," 'Q-if . --1 f-.wlf ,.4.4.4A.. I f F ffl 'I ' ,ef -- :EL 1 ,P :M A I V55 ':,'j,f. ,3 3. J.i., ,.! fi.,-, ,,LL4.gj. Apu? ..,,. . lar: V' A -' " K 1 w ax 'I 1 ' t H ' w I Q. H .n 'N 59 1 f , 1 ,TN W f A ,J-1 43 K 1 D' If 1 X. lv? x t y Y H2921 'exe 5'4" lug" Ag 1 J' L - 0 v 1 e 1 4. AL O' 'Y 'Y W if 7 O IO gif 2312-5 EELTX Y, ,gi T.. Y 6 -f.: Hg tu. DX E., D , , sf ' C1112 ,, ' FRATERNITIES 1,111.1 A O A Alpha Xi Delta Founded Prominent Alumnae LOMBARAID COTELEGE, 1893 MRS. FREDERICK HENRE sa - :five harm-:rs mss MINA FRENCH ALPHA RHQ CHAPTER' 1925 A " A Miss SILVIA B. THOMAS H111H12S Hall MRS, ALICE D. STOOLEY MEMBERS IN COL MILDRED BROOKS CO ALMA OAKLEAF C21 MARGARET EVANS' C55 MARIAN BROVVN C73 GRACE BUNNER C83 RUTH FROBESE C93 HELEN FRY Crab GRACE LEMON CII, BETTY BEACH FRANCES BATR my MARY GLASS usp JANE GRAY flgj JEAN KELLEY my 1932 1933 1934 1935 LEGE DOROTHY SHEARER Q53 DOROTHY SHERMAN 449 VIVIAN EVERETT C61 DOROTHY MAINS C125 DOROTHY REAM up ELIZABETH RITTS my LOIS STARKE 4153 MARY WISHART 4163 LAVAUGHN McDERMOTT CBI, SARAH MCGRANAHAN C225 RUTH MAXVVELL C235 MARIA OAKLEAF C243 MARY WELLS Ni-4 D A' 1 if-if A gfgwfgf , ax L' j 'KL' 'OO 1? 'Vfff' Q 31,1 ,Q-2,2 , . il,'f.4.,a-'1'iff"f 'TZ' "nl-.' , -'fZi5f.' V'ff'K.. R' 'A-Q-Q "f15,-Ei??4+f fff":11m'f211m1d.'E 108 S H ,,Lw f X . 'Zvi FLY 7' 9. 1' jimi ,I -.X My W A f -, 51-52 I 23 14 wr, fq N. V rl my :ff '91 1 , , if P NV O' .1 . 'r viii. i A PJ A if 42 A' ,gf : 1 L' M1 11 F" ff! FP ga Q11 f Q3 ,X FRATERNITIES ' a N A 4 .A x An 1 w bg Al -L A A- A ' ,1 .WA M, 4 Y V 1' ,, ' I Q ,..57,L ai?-5? iq' 5' 1.:?? d of LVN -v Q an 109 .r I U: ,,.' J 962 RL v- T315 fu Sim V X 4 sig, 44-A 55? v 'f ,' 7,5 A! if "5 V 5 64 PA? vm . 41 '21 y' L, f 5? A f A , z Ap v A fi 'va 42 ,Lf W V . 1 vii' I 'HI' W H x X7 ml " ' rf X I? I2 lk TF IE I2 DJ I TTI I3 S Delta Alpha Theta Pl'01ll1l1CI'l1, Alumnac Foumlccl ' XILEGHENY COLLEGE, 1930 XA MRS. XV. A. MORGAN 1 Active Chnptcr Yi" MISS MARY BROCKNAN XLI'I'I.X CII.-XI"I'ER, X930 K MISS ,IEAXNE MELVILLE 1Iu1ings Hall 1., MRS. 1. B. JOHNSON MEMBERSIN COLLEGE ANNA LUCKEY CID IRENE MCKINLIEY C25 1932 MARGARET SAUERS C35 CHARLOTTE SVVEET C43 1933 RUTH BUCHANAN C55 DONNA RAY C81 XENIA GUENTHER C61 RUTH RUS-SEL C91 VIRGINIA HARVEY C71 ALBERTA SIIAXV CIO, IIEATRICE STACIOKAF C113 1934 KATHRYN COLE C125 MARGARET PERRY CIGH ELZEAR FULTON C135 VIRGINIA SBIITII C173 ARVILLA HUGHES C141 HELEN TITSLER CIS, ELINORE PAGE CIS, RUTH XVRIGIIT C193 1935 LETTA BRYANT C203 FERNE MORRIS C235 RIARGUERITE KELLEY C213 BIARY PIIARXIER IXIARGARET IXICELHANEY C223 ROZENA SITRICKLER MARGARET VAN AKEN C245 A Rig . I . , E25 O5 .I f I' . , . I ' F21 ',. , ffiigjmjglj jVg.4Q!f5a?,ggi x -.1 A-X , . 1 r :Y , 1 . 'Q x , Ill Q Y , ' 33,-,fl ' - A ,A U .' 3,1 lg -, f +1 A I Z., I T I I I ' L X xl . ' . vi L "' -' .. 1 . -- 110 FRATERNITIES 111 1156 in 'Z K ,L f H hx ' L? ,lf j' "i A all 'ii li A 1 ,mf N es, glial we ke. af V li 6' , wv ' ,ii 9' f -... 5 N, ., A ve ,, . .X ' x gc XE? 4-K. LN.. ' - , v 1: iw .ii R' ' J W R wwf ' "Ty aeee f BASKETBALL e,. f. A COACH C. D. BAKER Clarence D. CDickj Baker, coach of Allegheny basketball teams for the past ten years, ended a decade of successful coaching when the last opponent was played on March 9th. During his career as a coach, Baker's teams from 1923 to 1932 won 93 games and lost 69. In his regime Allegheny has stay- ed close to the top of Tri-State basketball. CAPT. HARRY DENNISON Coach Dick Bal-:er will always be remembered as a gentleman and a real son of Allegheny. He has won the lasting commendation and respect of both players and stu- dents, and of all those with whom he had any contacts. .Aff X. -:Sf .fkg A f .WJ-lwv.r1Q -4, wwe'-ex, LGE- -M 55 p,--,,,- il.-1-'ff' ' H ARMON GILBERT, Mgr. f l l .Nw ff, 1, Y at i Y lri .fig gc fl l X, 'if' ' . bf 1 ff ,K N ll AL., ,f 'VN - R .1 il We ix ii it ,qi ,531 .Nh M i. , fly! l, .cl yl,:,:ill.l QM: "lf y :isle-tlffl .lg 3 Y f ,kg ..dfWl r' ff 115. -Wifi f 4 ,.f" i 2 N Vx.,-, . A -W. .. ?ljV,:.givf . fl--vii.-'rg 'T Bk .'7l.l'- ff? ,ff 1. l . v V, ,v BASKETBALL Front Row, Left to Right: Ralston, Jiles, Garhark, Dennison. XV. Berger, Conn, ll, Burger. Back Row, Left to Right: Gilbert, Mgr.g Mcliim, Mills, 1-libhs, Kerr, Hcrshtlman, Messing, Coach Baker. Basketball Summary Allegheny 44 ..,, ........,. Y oungstown City College .... -- 21 Allegheny 30 .... ---Fenn College ......,...,... -- 24 Allegheny 77 ---Geneva ------ --- Allegheny ---Grove City ---- Allegheny ---Thiel ------ --- Allegheny ---St. Vincent ----- Allegheny ---St. Bonaventure -- Allegheny ----- Alfred --------- Allegheny ---Ithaca --- --------- Allegheny ---Colgate ------------ --- Allegheny ---Hobart --.---..-.-- A -- Allegheny ---VVashington and jefferson Allegheny ---NVestminster ------ --- Allegheny ----- Thiel --------------... Allegheny ----Geneva ---....-- ---- Allegheny ---Carnegie Tech ----- --- Allegheny ---Vlfestlninster --------- Allegheny ---Glenville State College Allegheny ..-. Grove City ---. ...-.. -- Allegheny ---,Tohn Carroll -------- - Allegheny ---.. VVaynesburg --- Total 61O Opponents 554 113 il ,L W lx A L f- A K .Sf f Q 'Qi x AV' fig MCL ,A . 43 W EV E, fix f r -f D S K N LP , , MR as 3, kg XY r"'2QU A L-gf .' .QL iff' , .f "wi D DAX. is cf.. 5-- Fmiifiiiv - --v T ,V ix gf -'f f B A s K E T B A L L ROBERT GAR!!-ARK WILLIAM RALSTON Left Guard Right Forward VVILLIAM CONN Center h yfxf A'-xxx NVALTER BERGER Right Guard "'- pTlTfl1?Li'ii?g-:,Q1:..:, :.- h A, J. fx 114 LI .J , f i f , N ,dr "ii-Vx '. f X jfzif-NVQ -. -X A: N rr V, xfif . . 1 v1 Q! Y , v .' 1.51 5142, f W 1 J S4 1 J 1 'A V M lu V r J 3 vi! la ...L .U!.,4"dgX .-if L' V .' ifiiafflffg ui I ,3 41 ' '45 :" f'f-lvfrb 'JQW QQ? 'l Tir y, x'Kr '39-iff ' if ,f I If f A f ,X J! f mlgrgoit . X . - VY? rlwfiffff 34. Sw jwefff' - 1365 Y' co , , N f, Z.1,Lhj - Mfg - I ' ' ,'f'5f?'1?' - 9.1. Kg, 5- 1 'f':555p- HARRY MASSING Right Guard 13 CHESTER GILES Forward G BASKETBALL KZ Y .Ig A ,V 'A "4 12.11 X ' it ,f 4-2, WILLARIJ IBERGER Left Guavd ETWIQX ...x L 1' L 1 I ' 3 q'fJ4"f I F Lk. L1 - .Qsg V" . , Y si n -J ' .--1 ' ,: 1 V-Y'-I ik CHARLES MILLS XY.-XYNE HIBBS Forward CBHYUY 115 5 V ff If Q ,IQ - x A Lg YA 17 x ,sm If GL A A 1 4,1 P 4.4. .1 ln, V0 7b ,. af? 'fy , X 0 ,rx Kr" 1 A .fl L G ' . , 1, 14... ,- N A P H O T 5iiQ'l,5Q" .1 f 15: qi? 'L-J lf- 'V ' S S S K ,X fx ri.z.'.L'G3s5L--f-J 1-'f Vx J 91 x 9 lv- :UT EV ffl- K 1 X SNAPSHOTS 117 L Y-li Ui J If fl fi ' 2f Exi' Y if .f .13 ., dl Aj x. -1 wr-. . JW VI, V15 , gf? L , gl Arfflifm , .f. , .- .- 4 rg- 5 . glfnty 1,5 ff as-Jw -11fgLf.,vfy: ff frfwilf- Qffiiii 5:51 :1i?f.1k125l 'thqj-G-1 f 7W"'?'fT-fT'yf MQ, Ti-'jj 52-'tfzffrizif xx -7- 1 f XQfI-:Q , 29232-i5,.g X QM x .Mx Qffilifs W l"g'7f,.i?1 L -Q 'R Fr. ,g vi "R, vu n Mm" M917 , xig?se .5 'N wL,'g Gif, ' A - H453 fm' 4 'lv F ulwy M fl' , I , I L- A .Y- S , x SNAPSHOTS Y, ' -. K --KL A .1.,L -,ff-,: 13 , , Hu.-. , , .QT-zf1-"rg-,gn ,- 'HY' QQ, f. -- - E, V I-. Q W ffl. N A ,, ,, J. ., .,, Hr-,.,w,,,:, . .. . 'N 1 -n,1..,.e,Af H3 5 g -, 'x,4,V,,.,.- I - :W ssr:f-ffP'-f,ffrexf1:f: :i'E"'-f 1 If 4: - . f 2 . 4. Yup., Aw- ----,,,.-,, A 4 - ,,: ,- .J N. tL4q..r.,,-,gf ---M . ,V - 118 Yugi!! Q-'r,Z. g I J, 4 SNAPSHOTS ., 119 n if gf,-A , E -X1 VX, 1 W W bf Lf ,f V , 1 in 'xl wix 5 V fi 1 ,iff Ei .gf K xi, ' ., :lx x" Qf, x ff L I . y, if .- 755: miie? +R..K.V .,-, . . - . ,wi vw- Q s., Lf 1 ' ,-,uv . f V, 4 mf-w .MJ-Ui. -A-v -,,,, K. Gm?-421 ' gglgflfjf A X V:-21? 15. AL-'11 X' x N. y , , Q Li.,.f. ' ,M R. , . , , N 3,4 LL. ,H 16.54 ...gms X51 .. .L , J, 'SMA f x. I rg , K ,V-hx J Af , , , - X4 1: 713,51 'FJ r:-NW,:Q.,i,ifw X 11 "1 w ' ,x,1 .-'..X'.w"'-' .,x,NH,A,H ,'f.,X.1u . ,Z . ,. . vllc' Fw.-df-1 JK W iw- -f-' ' 5' ' f V '- ' H 4 ' - -X5 1 1 3.-L-:AL nz ' ' -11 INTRAMURAL PHI KAPPA PSI BONVLING CHAMPIONS PHI KAPPA PSI BASKETBALL CHAMPIONS , 5 YJ" 5 , QF , 51. ,,.,,f,,,,,'-V w ., . .---- H.. , -,. 5: V ' -4 aw- k , - , K .. .,- A. , ,,.iE:g. l i A, , m,,V yAL f-- L,. ,.- , ,., 1 ' ..' . m r - , , - K. Y-Y' 55, -'f gm , , ,- V-1 M g-Qxf, A.. wy1,.,-1.':-,141 f If -' U K K, ,A . ,. -L.v,'.. W Y JJ I - X "Wi 120 INTRAMURAL NIGHT Aix L w , - 3 121 A ' w .LT A I 1 AL, 'Q 'Q V. 'J 455 iM fl' Q1 o A- W A Lv ,Q ff ,. A 'F' if : 'Z V Y 5x40-e5':cf,' 1 .123 . i, . Q. lbx Q' N6 I xgf' '1 19. f Q A , MUSIC ALLEGHE Y SINGERS Allegheny has come to look upon this singing group as one of its finest means of advertising. It brings the name of Allegheny before those who may become interested in Allegheny as an educational institution. The service of the group to the College, therefore may be considerable. But the value to the individual who participates is, to my mind, of still greater im- portance. There is a deepening of emotonal life, an appeal to the finest feelings, an appeal to the beautiful, all of which are of life-time value to members of The Singers. The 1932 Spring Tour of The Singers included three distinct trips, as well as several single-night appearances. On March 13 and 14, in spite of a severe snowstorm, the chorus went to Warreii, Pennsylvania, and Jamestown, New York. During the week of April 3 to 10 inclusive, they toured the Pittsburgh district, presenting a total of twenty-two church and high school concerts and two radio programs. The climax of The Singers' service to Allegheny came when they sang before two sessions of the General Conference of the Methodist Church, which convened in Atlantic City on May first. The chorus was privileged to sing on May 8 and 9 in the famous auditorium on the Board VValk. Iinroute to and from Atlantic City, The Singers presented evening concerts in Johnstown, Harrisburg, Carlisle, and New Castle. X -Morten J. Luvaas. 123 I fw K A- -'fq -KA! x 6: Ml Et ..-.L fi,'F."5Q.fV W my GT L"?"fI5w'--i-fl " es 1? ' C X gy 5 'J y 14-v Q , ,I . , tae 2'-Q' 'I 5 5. Q fl fi? Quai In wif rl' A l I7 Qs. MUSIC X x A f-A I-IOYVARJD E. FO'RtBES Student Director and Manager Allegheny College Band Director-Major Olmes Cfrom Pennsylvania College of Music in Meaclvillej Student Director and Manager-Howard E. Forbes 7'l'1Illlf'L'f5 ROBERT BRAKEMAN XVILLIARI UNVERZAGT GRACE LEMON EDNVIN FROST ROBERT CRABBS DAVID VVALLACE WILLIAM HAMMON Clarinets HOVVARD FORBES HONVARD WALKER HAROLD SANKEY FRANK HELFRICH ELZEAR FULTON Flute VVILLIAM CHURCH IVQG-Y-dn W fex flrllf- . , .1112 Q' ,J- wi.'i", zrfmlufw-Mmqg 'i?T'1Lffqbf:,, -, , w NI? , ' Q 3, "-5'-17-Fflliqf gf- ,:ff +21 gr- "1 -'lil X-:ff l ' 'E ' LTLSM. 3-wfjgleifli -, .,., ,. xi Q' Trombones DOYLE WALLACE CECIL BARTHOLOMEW RICHARD PORTER HARRY THOMAS FRANCIS LEIPOLD Basses RODNEY STEWART HOVVARD GATES VIRGINIA SMITH' Drums ARTHUR BATES CBass5 JAMES WALLACE CSnarc5 DAVID III LL CSnareJ Horns JACK I-IERSHELBIAN DAVID BOWSER ARTHUR CRAWFORD RICHARD CLARKE GERALD ERHARD Baritone WILLIAM SH ETTERLY Sr1.rapl10r1cs XVES L EY MILLER GEORGE HARNER 124 -B. 3' .CQ x If 'W ll Ili 3552 X 1 A5 5 .5 f?1k?!X 1 ,gag--53. A4-V7 '-lf ... ,4 'll lsr HELEN WALKER 1 in as JANE BORTZ 'fb 57' All WOMEN'S ATHLETICS ' ' Women s Athlenc Board Dorothy Fr1tz Cleo Dulfleld Mdf1Ol1 Sleeman Helen Morrow Vlfglnla Sfllltlfl Cla1re Rodkey Mzutha Dem1nler Mary Jane AI1dCfSO11 Ed1tl1 Fox Dorothy Holsmger Peggy Herr Jane Servrce PI'CS1ClC11t VICE Pres1dent Sec1etary Treasurer Swzmmmg Manager Basketball Manager Tenms Manager Hlklllg Manager Pubhclty Interclass Basketball Manager Interfratermty Basketball Manager Badntmton The Women s Athlenc Board 1n keepmg Wrth the new college pollcy has Cl1SCOl1l1111L1Cd 1ntercolleg1ate basketball and IS stressmg 1nt1a mural act1v1t1es In order to encourage part1c1pat1on 111 at least one sport con1pet1t1on IS based on a pomt system Pomts are awarded on the bas1s of quahty of achrevement and at the end of the year a leather Jacket bath1ng sults and book ends are bemg avr arded to the grrls securmg the h1ghest number of pomts Xvllfh the pron11se of a blgger budget a11d more equlprnent for next year the Board hopes to encourage mterest and brmg about a greater I'CCOgl1lt1011 of WO111CH s Atl1lCtlCS 129 V 1 E 1 1 S ff, ,l I tv :VZ .ck if H ,. kj 7, ,Ei left ill M' 13 "W It-ij -W il qv fs i .ll 7 ' .4,'1l,-1 lt Xb. 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A 4.99.1 l':'1'WX'W.f ,lr .W U::"" f 1 V. :WSL ' .x. W ff' WFWVJ , I ,, -fl W WWW 5 , W vl 'WWWWWWW X W WW XWW WW WWW :5W1yWW,,Wg- 5 -Nl ,Q x-px W V W , ' 'Y 1 W - iff WOMEN'S ATHLETICS I, W ' lffW W-1 .Q-5:52-51,1 , ' V u' Q ,. 'X3'f2igg4fg, '-1:2 2'- 4,3 '55-VJ.--I -. 2 WWWW W W .- -. ,55,z,Y.A .. . f K ,. . ,, Z 3 A. V ,W A N -n W , -53:35 -.,3,1 1.w V flfjggiigii ,-Q-e'f.1:VkW-mf fs-f51,g,A V53 WW1 'it fl ' 'TRW . , - QW 5' W , f - , W '1'f'xQ-"3fWf:1J"' 12 "" 'fN"" M 'V , ---4 ' Q, W :1, . WI h '- 'Q ff.-f 'If W 7 '- W , P QQ, W . A V , ,, Y ...M . - -. : L 1,,.,,,Y- ,LI K - ,W-k f KWWL-W W 130 M H..- 1 L 'Q' , ii , iw-fi ,- Y ,1'Le:- ggi? ijt' l"k V i 5, . i AY DAY MARGARET WOOD Q ueen May, 1931 The inauguration of May Day three years ago proved to be such a success that it was established as an annual event. Now every May one day is set aside for the Spring Festival presented by the Women's Physical Education Department which is cliniaxed by the crowning of a Senior Co-ed elected by the student body as May Queen. The program of events for May 20, 1931 was as follows: 3:00-Archery Contest .................. ...T F reshmau Girls 3:30-Baseball Game of the Gay '9O's. 4:00-Ice Cream Served on Lawn ...... .... - Cwens in Charge 6:00-VVomen's Athletic Dinner --.-, .......... ..--VHuliI1gs Hall 7:20-"Ile", by Eugene O'Neil --- ---..- ...-. -Student Playshop 8:15-Dance Festival ................s...,.....,........... Procession of May Queen 9:00-Interclass Lantern Sing ....... ., .................,............Y..A. Library Hill Direc ted by Mr. Luvaas 131 3. ,ia W tx. V X If A .Je -621, t Av l.i,f fl ' A 4 1QQ 1314 jr I ?W e442 . 5.1 A A- tt if l I V I' A 7 Q 'Wi J .Mr - r irsffv. c , .1"'."' 0 "gr Klxg' X425 0 O '4 u 4-.. U fi JJ 'e 1 ti 1 U a WI K FEATURES At Rx A Confession A feeling of premonition has pervaded my carefree disposition for the last year. Iust yesterday I slipped on a banana peel and narrowly escaped being run over by a truck. coupled with these facts is the general feeling that maybe I am not "getting away" with as much as I might think. It seems I get blamed for everything that happens around here and so to preclude the possibility of being falsely accused I do hereby make formal confession of a few activities of which I was author and perpetrator. These are excerpts from my diary and are in the form in which I jotted them down at the time. Jan 6, 1930-I went over to Elliots early this morning and' got there just as "Doc" Bill was leaving for class. I kicked him down his front stairs and broke his arm. No more Greek class for a week or so! Jan. 26, 1930-That Greek exam was an awful mess. Wish I hadn't incapacitated Doc- tor Elliot. I guess I Hunked the exam. May 12, 1930-"Nick" Varano, "Babe" Underwood, Morse, and I got together to put out a paper. We have let the printing contract for it. May 18, 1930-The paper came out. VVe "chiseled" some QNE stamps for it and it seems to be quite a topic of conversation. I'm through with such things! A Sept. 17, 1930-Told some freshmen that old story about the "Sig" House not being paid for. Wonder if they believed it? Sept 20, 1930-The "Sigs" are awful sore, someone must have let pussy out of the sack. Apr. 3, 1931-Got up early this morning, 4 o'clock to be exact. Put a "stiff" in the chapel balcony. Everything was fine to that point, but "Doc'l' Shultz walked in on his way up the hill from "Guses" and said he thought that since he was speak- ing in chapel I might put some alarm clocks in the organ loft. Gee, he was funny, so he hooked the clocks and I put them in. April 6, l931-Schultz certainly pulled a good gag on the alarm clocks, but then knowing May May what I did it wasn't so funny. 25, 1931-Frisbee Ross and Dick Lee and I were having a little party and Fris said he was cold. Wie were all a little top heavy and could not find any wood to build one so we hunted around the campus and finally found some. VVe lit it and all of a sudden the sirens started to blow. lNe ran and the exercise got HI-iris" warm. 26, 1931-My God, that was the rustic bridge that we lit! Shaw is hinting an expose, but we are well protected. Sept. 16, 1931-Told some more freshmen about the Sig House not being paid for. The story seemed to go over big. Sept. 20, 1931-I guess Ted Harper heard about the story. Boy, is he mad? Oh well it's still a good story. Oct. 9, 1931-VVay and I were fooling around the Gym and he suggested we light the bonfire to show our school spirit. It was a little early, but the fire burnt well and people finally cameg so it was all right. . 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F EA T U R E S i. .. 1 - 1' -- L - - Handwriting On The Wall 'Yi Well here we are again folks. This is not Floyd Gibbons although this may read like his newspaper announcements. fBut I assure you we are rnuch funnierj. G. B. lost that pin we talked of in the fall sectio11. That is better than the crepe we suggested. We are verging on redundancy or something in our old age. This G.B. person also had a funny experience. She and G. S. each had a certain noticeable rash on their faces when they were going together. First one had it then the other. The rash has a name which we can't spell and so we'll let you guess. Speaking of pins, Miss Dale found one and announced that the girl to whom it be- longed could have it if she called at her office. Lloyds are giving 1000 to 21 odds that it was not a Phi Psi pin. The pin report for winter is 13 pins and one diamond ring. Someone isn't fooling or maybe he is. Spring is what we are waiting for. The intersorority was a great success, but we only got one good story out of it. It seems Klinger and P-ore had a scrap and Klinger got someone to get her another date for the party. Then Harry and Mary decided to agree and so Harry got the fellow, who was to take Mary to the dance, to break the date and we all saw Harry and Mary at the dance and thought nothing of it. This Beighley boy doesn't fool and both of them know about the one back home too. lfVell we ask you. We wish someone would start an oblivion column for rotten gags. VVe'1l start it with Gerry English who has one. This is it, i'How's business?" Answer. Roses are red violets are blue and my father bought a horse. A suggestion to the Theta's. Next year why not hold a chapter party on the night of the pan-hellenic ball so that the rest can have room to dance. Martha Bernard says the affair of last year and years before is off so far as she is concerned. We gathered that, Martha. How is Bill anyhow? Helen Morrow had no trouble keeping the names of her boy friends straight. She just said Bill and could not miss. Did all of you hear about Libby Van Kirk's black list. It seems each osculation indulged in meant a black mark and the list got to looking like the stygian darkness we read about and she finally quit. But of course you had heard so forgive me for repeating. What happened to Sleeman and Sutter at the intersorority. Is anyone else won- dering? I guess Mary Wishart is trying to see if the pins are the same size this year. Don't worry Mary it will still fit the holes in your dress from the last one. Winny Ober is moving up. Now it's the Phi Gam house. Looks like the Odd Fellows home will be her next stop. .U X., 1 V ff"-.J-J :wz-w-riw 45 . ns. -,.r-fitiiiuim, iz. ,a .,,x.l,,.f it -.., .. ,LLL 134 '-13 - 1, A." liJ1':,'f'l-'f-V., A 'ef-LLP 1-alles: ff" f 25E55f?',5:lQ.?5ef lm s'tL"i"n 'lriilii Fi. 16 ig, fi i. 735. 7 X tiff A V Eff an ' G 4 4 ,ii ni f. J 1 , . v J, f x " 4 i i 1 I x i i fl W it u F E A T U R E S Seen ln Our Wander1ngs Carl Khcl a and Jane Blur Engle and Sankey Harry H111 md VVl11tsett 'lfglllllg '1bout Xlother Loye Oh well lt IS SOI1lCtl'l1Ilg to tilk llJOllt 'my hon Betty Ashe and Stan Hxbbs VVc must be u atclnng the SIQS rather elosely Joe Sterlmg and Llhe Hughes Hello Clee Club Howard I auffenberger lool mg sleepv 'VVOllClCl' why? Oh ves Dot Holsmger his moved down town and so HoW'1rd has farther to wall or Qomethmg Jack Utlev and MISS Bloom are qumte clubbx Say Snnth you dog ne see you ,1 lot ulth Ruth Lmmger VVhats the 1dea It hurts us to know hon funnv th1s IS and to 163lllL you wont l1ke lt at all We u 15h we could End somethmg 111 the hne of eo111111o11 gossxp that you Cl1Cll1t know already We had a line story about 'nn elopement lJl.1t the two concerned got cold feet and Clldllll elope We hate people hke that They had '1 QUIZ 111 Loologv not so long, lgO and Helen VVt1lker got per1111s51o11 to studv at Rose s She came lll at eleven ocloclt WVltl'l a date fyou know whoj but the catch IS she chdnt slgn out for tl1e date They tell us the opera 111 Clexeland ua qt te 41 l11t IVIUIIFOC and Underwood looked bad for a week and Helfrxch and Unverslgt d1dnt look too good Some ot the professors d1dt fa1e so badly but then the opera IS 111ore or less old stuff to them XIVC feel sure that ue passed up Z1 lot of xou but uell get you yet VVe 5t1ll have tl1e sprxng secnon to check up 111 lo . 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IIENKE, Ph.D. RICHARD E. LEE, Ph.D. HARLEY I. MORRIS, A.M. ELECTED F RUTH ELIZABETH .FARQUHAR JAMES BRUCE HAMILTON GERTRUDE EDNA IIEXVIT ANNA HENRIETTA IIIGBY DONALD HARRIS KENT ELECTED F PAUL BENJAMIN CARES CLARENCE F. ROSS, Pitt.D. IULIAN LQROSS, Ph.D. IOI-IN R. SCIIULTZ. Ph.D. STANLEY S. SVVARTLEY, ANNA SCHAFHEITLIN, Pl1.D. VVARNER F. WOODRING, Ph.D. ARNOLD ZEMPEL, A.M. Ph.D. ROM CLASS OF 1931 MARY KATHERINE PLASTERER HELEN LOUISE POWER MARGARET LAURA SULLIVAN JOHN VVHITTLESEY WALTON IRWIN ,CLINTON WINTER ROM CLASS OF 1932 HARMON HERRICK GILBERT ANDREW JACK HARTMAN +-u.a-'- 143 E gn ..,'4 ?'?"5"J ilk V .SBA V Q 4 . 44 yv 5 4 va uf APX ,sg ww 'A A 1 ue 21 W . c U A iv xl 1 MWA A N If eg rf n W Eff' X YN 'N x , N XQ -,dx qw 'Q 5. I ' S - It f. 3- 1 : f l' A vtl Q . X Ss ..' X 4 L A7 fl I 5' lr, f 4 rx -45 1 Avy A i 7 .K If-se, F951 s'!l4x'f if: Vie U- ' 21-kit P 1 . 6 L A 3 lr Y V 1 ' f X 4 f' ,rg . . 14' MIM' r .A . ,,j 'A- vd Ja an V- C' nu: 5 V I .v V HONORARY FRATERNITIES Delta Sigma Rho Founded, University of Chicago, 1906 Colors-Maroon and Black Sixty Active Chapters Y Allegheny Chapter, IQIS HONORARY FORENSIC FRATERNITY f' 9 "'..A1'Ll-f,lL1f', e fp! 'I FRATRES IN FACULTATE CHESTER A. DARLING, Ph.D. IULIAN L. Ross, P11.D. FRATRES IN COLLEGIO 1932 RUTH BIRKNER PAUL B. CARES HARMON H. GILBERT IRENE F. MCKINLEY 1933 MARTHA FELL HARRY THOMSON ,V 'e ra YW :AL AAA A V Q, i 54 'X 3 It vb A 4 Ai' 7 A A 44 F Q57 V 4 if AW A N44 Yfisx 'Yeh .df page E . . Q' , . f A ' . -':'f, . i..4. - ' ,,x "- , 1,1 Q ,,"f L: u,2".""A-I Shin " li .. . . ,,, . -M 144 A A K W-7 A I 1 fa A n I I1 : . ! M I 4 I ' IQ ...ax 5' MI 555: Q pw Shaq? ima: 52.45 D5 9 i'EFf 3 o an da Do ,FSEG IN ' K 0 a .I , 6. L.,3 TY . 'hal 'lla ixfw ' ll!-.li .1 ,...i' i:?V'w 'I I-.F . r 5' V, I I vi . l HONORARY FRATERNITIES -I ll. , . , . 4 I " af I gl, I ul I - I f I I .U 'lf -F 'rf Qi5Qg,.N'7Sff:kR I 3,9 Y' I H iii L. I i sf -4 I l ? Ill 4- - 2 -Q-I --IQ - ' sql: 1 - I RJ , i we l l 'M I 1 I -j' lil, I ll I . li I fl ffl . I.. f 5. rl Ili T331 'I Q ,I . ' ' 'cast I: A I' li 5 . E... fl-, du 15? Alpha Chi Sigma Ploundefl, Univcrsily of IVis':unsin, 1902 I'l1i Clmpter, Estnblislled 1915 llorty-s1x,Active C.l1a11lers. Carncgiu llall of Chemistry 1'lower--Dark Red R-ilI'l1Zll.l0ll C.'olurs--Prussian Blue and CI1l'Ol'l'l0 Yellow PROFESSIONAL CII EXIICAL I"RA'l'ERNI'l'Y RICIIARD E. LEE KENNETII II. ANDERSON FRANK RI,"l"I'ERS IVREIDERICR CLARK ALVIN IEGRANGE GLENN I. GREER NORMAN ISII GEORGE IILACK LORAN E. CONNOR LYMAN 5. FANNIN THOMAS HOWARD GATES IACK G, IIERSIIELMAN , Sc. FRATRESIN'FACULTATE D. HARLEY J. MORRIS, M.S. MARTIN K. I'IOl'l"ES, A B. FRATRESIN COLLEGIO I 1932 GEORGE ,IOIINSON TIIOMAS I". LAWRY XVILLIAM Il, RHGINNIS FRANCIS MCRIILLAN CHARLES MILLS 1933 XX'Il.I.lAM F. IIORNE KARL KLICKA OLIVER E. TURNER LEE L. LAWRY CAREY E. MARCII C LA R K I.. Nl A R REL 1934 JACK S. POGUE , A IIOMER MOODY FRANK MORSE ELMER REED IIASSON ROCKEY HAROLD H. SANKEY JAMES E. VENSEL NEI! D. MERVINE CHARLES II. POOLE GEORGE G. RUMIIERGER CIIARLES C. STANTON IJOYLE II, XVALLACE A Il!-.. 1 gl,l, "MII u 'W xl:- n Xl ll dnl ,, 4 varfgad wv 3.65 V .BAA v Q.. Q . rv Z 4 vb ty .A P 53 'D 7 A A 1 M L - 4 A4 2 22 4 91? . D I X MSG- NX Q X. . N xZ,.'1 A. A X " ES A 'N J aw X ,gif In 1 I fo 1 'JA 1 A A 7 ., . 'L' 'clfs 4P'l I sf14s"' In-1:44 .F I r 53? Qi! 2113? A v 0 L 4. a 44 I V 1' L 5 11154: .ilzqwfr ll AX I fl' ,' 6 'A an an can 11 90 fy..- J R HONORARY FRATERNITIES A A ' ' 7+ ' , . FQ r F'-I ' . V .O .I .fwfr I L n ,J , 1: lan H' vw 911223 ' ' "1 13-31 W - V Y- 13- -ff -l 3' A, .Q- 7 , . ff- I W if N V, H V V V 'I -if qv 5 A V Alt. , rl E ' -'Q .3 lf l 9 "' 4 1 ew . f A' fi n V- - t -! : Q, ,if ' LAK, , N . 1 - . . I M, 54 , l ., I 'T U J - I L W 1- li I ' 'hu ,, H f nf , I I, . 3.4 f . , F 12' I -1 .I l ?. A ' la , 'T 312' ,A l Q f ' ' ' ' " 4 ' .4 Q J l L '- lil' N54 'N l .I In I 1 H "' w.c 3 S., . . E , iq V 1 A l 'Y T , EL A NH V .rig iii :Z 32 12 H -ll E 4 E A I E f f .5 llll li ke ,gg G, I 3. I Q A ' , 2 I ll sl .5 VZ . ' if-' " ' M A 'r 1' 2 ' 'ggi ll . 'X' M ' I , l sf I , .I-4114-N ' PI ' " ' 'Pai uni. 4 All X . A f 0 0 Colors-Black and Gold Alpha Chapter One Active Chapter lfounclcd, Allegheny College, 1921 HONORARY BIOLOGICAL FRATERNITY gd l xib I an FRATRES IN FACULTATE CHESTER A. DARLING, Pl1.D. CLIFFORD XV. SKINNER, BLD. ROBERT I-I. NESBITT, A.M. FRATRES IN COLLEGIO 1932 IOSEPII BORRISON J. GLENN LEWIS PAUL A. SIPLE MARGARET COBAUC-H STANLEY A, OKRASINSKI RALPH E. STONE LOIS E. HUSK CLAIRE C. RODKEY NICHOLAS R. VARANO LLOYD H. HANSON ELIZABETH PRATT HOWARD S. VVALKER REGINALD HEWITT J. DAVID WI-IITSETT 1933 CHARLES KUTZ ' ALICE MQCLELLAND GEORGE McCARTNEY JACK MacDONALD BEATRICE G. STACIOKAS 1934 BARBARA BASS FRED ENVING RUTH JOHANNESMEYER WILLIAM CI-IURCI-I LOIS GRATZ FRANCIS LEIPOLD DOROTHY DUNLAP JACK S. POGUE , ...., . .,. 1 ..-JI ' ' at lc' l 'P -A 5' 597 JV V. Aa ,ffm L,-. Ia, U r.-1 'HLA 1 4 Ju V I 1. left v Z UD A Y Ah 4 L4 ' A A i if 9127 V l ,. I lf , ,?'l ' 5 5 I I X H911 .bfw Aa . . 51.17 . -,, 4 . A 5? -." K: ' ,. I,i"f"5? 'f R' , QMS ' ' -. : lf .1 --HI - -1 A 7 '74-'mf"""' 'Nw' ' ' C .!: 5" l.92s: 'ff- '5' ' l -""' V' 'C ...L ,Mia-H M. ..-1, I 146 I K HONORARY FRATERNITIES Pi Delta Epsilon Founded, Syrapuse University, 1909 Colors-Sea Green and Pearl Gray Forty-four Actwe Chapters. Chapter Established, 1922 HONORARY QIOURNALISM FRATERNITY FRATRESIN'FACULTATE CLARENCE F. ROSS, Litt.D. JOHN R. SCHULTZ, Ph.D. STANLEY S. SWARTLEY, Ph.D. FRATRESIN'COLLEGIO 1932 HUGH E, ELLIOTT ELMER M. REED I-IARMON H. GILBERT CHARLES C. SHAW THOMAS F. LAVVRY IOHN UNDERVVIOOD CLIFFORD M. LEWIS JOHN J. VSIERLE CHARLES MILLS DONALD WILLIAMS FRANKLIN C. WILLIAMS 1933 A, CLARKE BEILER HARRY R. PORE JOHN C, FISHER CHARLES STANTON VVILLIAM GROW DOYLE H. WALLACE l s b vw J K 64 Yah V :AA V Q A . -Zz fv A4 ,V S 4 " .A X .3 fi 7 n U 1 A? j4 ' 57 I F I ,-'WI' M :Elf Y-34' Winn' 14,45 . , . KN f I X X S I I x x ab ' QTL ffl' 53 C I . 'E 5, f. , .. N L 11 V 2 xi -.--.ff- 147 f 4 4 -6 1 7 A- J 14,1 F l ' -N 1339 X .. V- 5.192 A ,I 1 . O L CS a qi I v ,' Qi f ,rg . F 1 5' ypx, , 6 'A- -'D Ja 'fn UQ Lu 9 . .v 1 d - :AQ ,274 U an-1 YA, 9. K 'K an 315 v eh. Iv S va A 41' 7 A A A W xl , ,ff A N Bax " M ' :jig ,z - ya , 4 N " .Q A 4 A x .x 7 L. A 4. 0 .Qi- . U S V 1' , ' Q 5511" EJ-Q6 ' "3LQr Akiva' fnqwlf 113561. -.N-uv , "-'fin' A- .1 , ,, Q 'al .. ls 4 ' .Fw ev od P M if D J 41,0 13 .16 HM . .f yu A if Q- .gag lv 11 n .k 0 I d J x HONORARY FRATERNITIES A A r -v I ',',- 1 1 5' W . 4 ' , I A? H ?I 'Yf4fQ I 1 . A 15' 'I fa 41 F' , '1-ww wx If . 7 - E-:M W- wi 1 W- L S'-Y W .. M A .mr W Q MA. .N l . XP. 3 ,I 1... M g "QI 1' 1 .V 1 " . - f . 3 5 . w, 1 VVIVV .wr 1 . , IIV A ...V M v . W W W . 1 ,,,, X W ii Kappa Phi Kappa Founded, Dartmouth College, 1922 Colors-Green and White Thirty-six Active Chapters Zeta Chapter Established 1923 PROFESSIONAL EDUCATIONAL FRATERNITY M u ' x I A Q :1?E.'q,if1:i.3E FRATRES IN FACULTATE WILLIAM A. ELLIOTT, L.H.D. HARLEY MORRIS, M.S. FREDERICK A. HENKE, Ph.D. CLARENCE F. ROSS, Ph.D. IIORACE T. LAVELY, S,T.B. IULIAN L. ROSS, Pl1.D. FRATRES IN FACULTATE 1932 FRANCIS VV. MCMILLAN I-IOMER E. MOODY EVERETT N. THAYER IAMES E. VENSEL MICHAEL A. YOHAN ROBERT L. FAIRING HAROLD E. AIKINS FREDERICK S. CLARK CHARLES C. HARTUNG NORMAN YV. ISI-I THOMAS R. KNORR 1933 GEORGE S. HARNER NVALLACE 11. LARSON WILLIAM A. HUNTER DOYLE II. WALLACE A r.U.. , :',, v Ja - w W 24:1 V Q A . 41-,Q : Ib Z 4 VD uf A X 12 A : ' az 4 4 I W . P P Al, ,-1:51 P' ggfflll QQ 4 j., xx M'-I , 4 Q O mf' Q xl X XWQQ. " M T Q, 5: I .4- 1 ' - e r ' 'Z I N - A " xx ' SF' X , ON. ii ii A' We . .V If 5 149 iw I' 4 41 -JA x A VN O Ay 4 A 4 'bfi u.14x ' ABA fi fs ,. . , iii? L A- S If V , 7 A xl ' r- , 111 3 links, . U 6 'r 46 an Ga 1- O . n 9 - .- V I HONORARY FRATERNITIES K 0 Qmzcfron Delta Kappa Founded, Wasliington and Lee, IQI4 Twenty-eight Active Chapters Psi Chapter, Established IQ28 HONORARY MEN'S ACTIVITIES FRATERNITY Vg I, 4 T ifilliiiil-If I FRATRES IN FACULTATE OSCAR P. AKERS, Ph.D. CHESTER A. DARLING, Ph.D. HURST R. ANDERSON, A.B. FREDERICK G. I-IENKE, Ph.D. FRATRES IN COLLEGIO 1932 PAUL B. CARES HARRY DENNISON ROBERT GARBARK HARMON H. GILBERT ,I ml -.4-'-1-9'3" THOMAS F. LAWRY FRANK P. MORSE HASSON S. ROCKEY CHARLES C. SHAW JOHN M. UNDERVVOOD ' 150 5 . A ,gf 3 IK I nf' A 1? is S41 'V' ' A I A v :PDA v 1 Z va A A4 p I N A u I 'pr' M 1.2, K' Sic' X Hx I 'III p u I Y fx W YS I I Y ,1 i k! 1 bk mf, . Ei! T Eb, u. L., I K HONORARY FRATERNITIES X A W ,f 5 3.7 Q ,.., ,I-hi..1...,, , 1.. .-.A .. .... ....,,., , 1 ' O W v -, .. .!,- . ' ,xii-gy-:':5f ' ,I , 1 L-,H ., mm 1:- A A F3 'gli'-I , 1 h . i rl.- : 2' N' I " " L, -' ' .1 , ,, ' g 'f ,G is 'YQ C . Y g ' x ? R. 4 r 'T J " E I EU 1 N4 0' A I I A fy fgg l - 15 4 , Y .-In H V 1 J - 'I I ' ' " ft, " E71 L . i .I . . , . Pl- , , ,I W I ' ' 1 4 W 4 ' l . F A ' ji: X D ' , fg rj- A - V U 14, an ,1- -,L 1: V A :-:Ab 1. W 1.101 Q ,gf ' ' "L " I T , ' 5 'gi 4 VY?" KN 1 f .f"i , N ' 231 -1 O 1.. in X I , . , . Y, l 7 mg L. 6 A S 12 V H 7 ' FQ 111253 1-Fifi? s.1.x, +1v'1Mv gnu . Y 15 on 'ff' r 'hr Htl du f .r 1 fo Do i 'V -Vgyf N W w hi lfqhl Q k - . ' '-4. T5 'O , t Hi Y f J N., .:, hy?-f w -'61 ' xl H f I N I ff J ' T Q 7 2 .1 RA Founded, University of Five Active Chapters Pittsburgh, 1917 Epsilon Chapter, Established 1928 HONORARY SOPHOMORE VVOMEN'S FRATERNITY 9 X 4 .im E is -lin. SORORES IN COLLEGIO MARY JANE ANDERSON EDNA MAE BRUGGEMAN GRACE RUNNER DOROTHY DAY MARTHA DEMMLER MARY ANNE FEES BETTY HENRY JEAN HOLMAN DOROTHY HOLSINGER HELEN MORROW VIRGINIA SLACUM ' . .A tullw. . li - 1' W1 1564 .yh f A V Iam v i n A Ag- : ,V 5 4 . vb . A ' D ,Q V 7 A A A 1 ' A2 is W I E N .,.,I1,. .nfl gf 7m X ,M W 1,1267 ,G W ip' X: , xx. ' -'fl c bs 0.5, - , S M . fuy, Q , X if rd 4 -JA K 4 17 A' A .ff ' 41 1,4 i'b4" 'wigxa 'ii 4. p -4 U q??4, Ylgi fll . OL A S 4. LJ I V 1 A 7 ,K ing.. .J?i 45 1 uf Fwy 1:19 .5 . ,,, isis my A 'O do an xo.. UD .mix 0 xxg- V J 1 lk a 6 J m f HONORARY FRATERNITIES A A r , 1 1 ,,' 1 le sr R 1 " J a 1" , v , ,M N1 Je 111 1 JfUfJJeVfEwl1FvfWff1 L ml 1 QQ Y, ,I iw V L I ' , 1' Ju- +11 .Q 1 gf: T 1 , J . 11 ,Aa Q rw . v fQl1e1e 1 e 4 ,' . ' A'TuuF'T' ' 1' ' ' ' W " A ' ' ' - fam- e -- 41161. an g Pi Tau Epsilon One Active Chapter Founded, Allegheny College, 1929 HONORARY ECONOMICS FRATERNITY 21 K QQ RTE 17' FRATRES IN FACULTATE LEE D. MCCLEAN, A.M. FRATRES IN COLLEGIO 1932 ARTHUR BATES NVILSON KELLEY JOHN COFFIN lOHN UNIBERNVOOD JACK I-IARTMAN JOHN XVERLIE FRED HARPER f D NALD NNI -N O X LLIA. IS JACK NVORRALL 1933 TORREST BTIGHLEY IIFRBFRT CXRPIIN Ill - . 1 4. 4R WILMOT CRAIG c3fxRNE'r 1rRANc1s 'AA-f. ' LluM' . . se. ,. 2 fgiiaiae-,Jw -.,.,,f- gif' 152 1 n lyi We :AL :AAA ,-11+ . A 0--1 ,X v 9, '54 47 ,P in . 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ROSS MISS EDITH RONYLEY DR. NV. A. ELLIOTT MR. NV. C. MCDERMOTT 1932 HAROLD AIKENS' PAUL CARES THOMAS JOHNSON MARY KLINGLER 1933 BETTY ANDERSON CLEO DUFFIELD GALE ENGLE MARTHA FELL 1934 KENNETH BOGARDUS RUTH FROBESE IRENE MCKINLEY ESTHER PARKER MARION SLEEMAN DOROTHY S-H ERMAN EDITH FOX KATHERINE MILHOFF ALBERTA SHAXV CLARENCE KHEIN GEORGE MAYNARD ELEANORE PAGE LOIS STARKE , -.31 - .I 1 . Q, -. 1:,,- 55? u-.V ' . WT' " ':wx:HT1'gvg3' ff"-. -. fx -f - f fiifff - .-.- -: ,r ,zgsg , Z,.zf'-4-1-1 wmv " '-- -- 158 .7- A 1 ,,,3Ay W1 Q2 v Y' I L ww gl A .ak ,dm v M 5. . I 5 vn A 3 7 A A W I I aff' ,"fvl In , ' 5? 22201, M '-1 M '-M' Wal, Q 4 g.- Xnb C1 7 A CLUBS A Ax 1 ., V11 x Fi T 451 14" . 1 :Eg M '. ', ' J , - 'gx "1 HHH gr , QI- A W' Cav... 'Align Hg. 31 ' 1 N - ' I-..I, 11 4 we 4- ,314 ' J QUILL CLUB S. F. CARY EDITH FOX .. Qu IIUIQQ J . W E13-5 . -A 1 'UN . 5 I., 1 -1:-U3 fi ,nl fi .-h 1,1 r. --Q "aff 1 H P'-1af'41 ' -1 , ,xx -,1-gan Hu FII - 3 yiH,.53 V 1' V J g! 'FQ' 5 A ,lk I we V 1 ., 1 I ,H . J, L 1.16.- 1 l . V 1 uggf KW" " , Pzm-izicnt FACULTY MEMBERS DR. JOHN R. SCIIULTZ DR. STANLEY S. SWARTLILY DR. JULIAN L. ROSS MR, I-IURST ANDERSON RUTH BIRKNER PAUL CARES ANNE DIFFENDERFER ROVVENA BAKER ELLENETA BEACHLEY XVARREN BUGBEE STURGES CAREY MARTHA FELL 1932 PAUL SIPLE 1933 HARRY THOMSON MR. PHILIP BENJAMIN MR. FREDERICK SEELEY MR. XVILLIAM LOCKE MISS EDITH ROWLEY LOIS GARDNER CLIFFORD LEWIS ISABEL STAMM EDITH FOX WILLIAM HUNTER CHARLOTTE MERXVIN KATHERINE MILIIOFF RUTH STAPLES 1934 DOROTHY DAY VIRGINIA JANE MILLER ELIZABETH VAN KIRK ELEANOR PAGE MYRTLE SANZENBACKE12 Seeretury K. s b va 154 J ,v 'A Y 5 V ZA A v MM 54- , .2 Iv A 4 5 4 vb uf X- x 4"'W If 42 I 5 1 lg ' 1 A , A J 1 .Q , I Q7 -I I xl 5 I fl' ' ,af-L ' .U Q n flu nhiflf 1-e...,f"z-"H 159 Aw IAA ll 45 I A A 7 N . S4 if 1 4,495 vi'qg 4 .4 1. Us I II mag 4 45 u O L A 'A s. 7 v . .Ii A e 'I+ ., 1 1 Bmw L' HC, 7 X. '0 Av 'O J D 4.-.0 'v G .u 9 1 .r V WS K CLUBS A A r .x 1-X' 3 ii.. 4 A .1 , iq 84: V1', ,irq .- 1.1 " 'Ex W' AI' , I X Q Q 1 E ' I I 3 II. .4351 , A 1, x. f' C I A I nmizgii I 'N I K, HISTORY AND POLITICAL SCIENCE CLUB HAROLD AIKENS ... ........... . ........... ....... .,..... .,.. . . . .. MARY MULL ..... . ........................... .... S ecretu - FACULTY MEMBERS DR. VVARNER F. NVOODRING DR. P, H. GIDDENS MISS ADELENE BOXVIE 1932 HAROLD AIKENS LAWRENCE BOYLAN PAUL CARES HUGH ELLIOTT THOMAS JOHNSON MARY MULL DONALD MUNROE STIIRGES CARY SANFORD CORCORAN V. AJ. 1933 WILLIAM HUNTER CLIFFORD LEXVIS ISABEL STAMM CHARLOTTE SXVILET M.-XRIAN SLEEM.-XN IOI-IN UNDERXVOOD VIRGINIA WRIGHT DONALD XVILLIAMS MYRTIS DAILEY MARTIIA FELL . . . . . . . .Prcsidcni ry and Treasurer 160 Y ,V :A v - In SSA. v 4 vb an A? N A' AR CLUBS K Rx - Lf: 1. L " ' ""'T" W" I ' ' " Y ' , , flag- s ., ,. , , , f ., , ,, 1 ' 'n - , v'gQy'jLlj-,5 ff3,571'rP-'P-.-f ,, ,Y . 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DEILER, P11.D, WILLIAM LOCKE, S,T.B. wa ,jg WILLIAM HAMMON C1-IARLES HARTUNG Cl-1ARLoT'1'E SXVEET 1933 CLARENCE BALDWIN NVILLIAM BOETCKER XVARREN BUGREE ELVK-'OOD AVERY ARTIIUR CRAWFORD EDVVARD FRANKLIN ..-.4-'- ROBERT REIS 1934 1935 HENRY MASISMAN VIRGINIA CHARLTON 'YALE VV, ENGLE CLARENCE KHEIN ARDELL SHTND ELDECKER ORM EL S HIND ELDECKER ROBERT MAYTUM 161 J' A I 42 1 Av A lui 'J 143' x " X .9425 x i ?1ve 5 4 f A ' . 6 L A A I V' ' Q 74 fl A Q if .WI Jr fafwx' 'Y:1Y:. Ui5?q ""'l od A' 'O do an do-U 4 . Ig, EE a ,U I K CLUBS GERMAN CLUB MISS ANNA SCHAFHEITLIN MRS. ELIZABETH SP ,-4-+..- ---...v"-2-"Z MISS MILDRED LUDWVIG ANN 1932 HAROLD E. AIKINS LOIS E. HUSK JOSEPH A. BORRISON THOMAS H. MANSELL PAUL B. CARES PAUL A. SIPLE RUSSELL Q. CI-IILCOTE FRANKLIN C. WVILLIAMS REDGINALD E. HEWITT MICHAEL A. YOHAN 1933 ROBERT M. BAIR KARL KLICKA ELLENETA C. BEACHLEY WILMA F. KUHNERT A. CLARKE BEILER GEORGE A. MCCARTNEY WILLIAM A. BOETCKER GARY W. ROUSH D. ELIZABETH CAPPE MARY E. SHUMAN HAROLD W. CROOK RUTH M. SUNDBACK L. EVELYN DENNIS JACK A. UNGERMAN EDITH M. GILLEN KNIGHTON V. WVAITE VVILLIAM A. HUNTER 1934 MANSON F. BROVVN KENNETH T. JOHNSON EDWIN L. CAMPBELL EDVWARD E. KEMBLE EDWIN D. FROST JAMES H. MURPHY G. PAUL GRANT ROBERT G. REIS LOIS M. GRATZ ANNA E. STROTT EARL E. HOUCK 1933 WINIFRED F. STRICK .g-'SYq -: TF- -fi, -, 3.72 'I' 7 .I I Jwwfwmwg , il AJ... , 1 x I --ff:-L..- f. . H + I? WBC 4 'n .45 5AQ V Q A a b . 2 4 vb S 4, T' A 1 4 . 1 A t Al 1. U A 5 A is A I W. 'P 11+ ML umm 1 A ' Q QA P 4 2-4 I ,gnc '1"b,4, Q Itxa ,FH X: B 04' mai?" 4 'X32 CLUBS A 'Hi .ell T-.. 0-1 -pw X-v 'ff-A Town G1rls Club E'wtE1IJl1Shl.d m 1931 Alllghk MTI DB1 D HROOIXQ OR X Xl XC! XIXIX XCTI XY XIRCINIX CII Xlxf IGN I IJIIH CHL! N VIRLINI X H XRX FX CXIL CLXXX SON TXYE LONOX I1 T XIX1'1 CROVXII 'XI XRV TXNI' IxFIBORl Xl XRG XRT I' Xlcl T H XINI X IR XNCTS P XDLINI. M XRX PII XRXIFR 932 TOSLPIIINL ROSQI 933 C XIIUQRINI' NICDCJXVTLI R05 XBN X RIORD XN FWI 'NIDOLXN RN XPP XI BI Rl X WH XXX RL FII SUNDB XC lx ELI7ABl 'III WIIITINC 934 193 IXNTI I' ILI'X1ING XIRCINILX I XNI' XIII LI R ILI XNOR1' QLTX IINQOL XI KF QMITH RO!! A X 5'lRIC1xLI R IE XN IIl'FfXNY 1' DN X UXIHRIGH1' 1 Lo lem, s WW 154 A .1-A A 4.34, ,vf li zum A X Eff I af ,g 4 XX X XX XIX 1 D s X,-1X -...,f' 163 rl' -JA 1 A v A 1.41 f' S uk' ff-:S I1 . gl: r -QQ mpg ease' ,:, 4 P - 6 L A s fl V , A 7 Q '.,r:l, QQTWPCQ v1,,M,J', IHWQP X QA, -3. X' 41 6 'A- -'D dn no' a 3- .,w 0 ,vvfxkp :Iv -' I my, ' I K CLUBS The Allegheny Players Guild THE EXECUTIVE BOARD MISS ALICE HUNTINGDON SPALDING DR. I. R. SCHULTZ V MR. P. M. BENJAMIN MR. JOHN HULBURT MISS ROSANNA RIORDAN MISS DOROTHY SHERMAN MEMBERS 1932 MISS GEORGIA BUCKI-IAM MISS ROSANNA RIORDAN MR. FRED HARPER MR. CHARLES SI-IAVV MISS DOROTHY SHERMAN 1933 MISS MARJORIE ASI-IE MR. WILLIAM BOETCKER MR. BRAMER CARLSON MR. DONALD CLARKE MISS JEAN HOLMAN MISS CHARLOTTE MERWIN MR. HARRY PORE MR. CHARLES' STANTON MISS RUTH STAPLES '- 19: , :QV ' N swgxglfli :fi - . 'z .g..'-., ,, 3-', 3 ff. I I hw? ig., .gm-2. 'f2"'.! . . 91 P' el4,,l..4.1 v-,...VL , 164 saga AA ig. 5241 . -me-1 ,T LM' pn 'A v V f an 577 3,4 is rv Z . PD v A 'i 53 7 A A 4 A Y 2 Q7 s l ,-f:?fl' l If r xy 5 I I ,L :CMI I UM E 7 DOROTHY JEAN DEMMLER 1 1 'f5 i" x MARTHA FELL 5. -l A Q -JA- Av 5 L A 41 0 . l 4 W Q J 4 VJ ! Q71 156133 Sl- 'zz 4x1 P51 iff. Sd Fihnm' WW? 51:51 690 QSQ x fl 6 - 'fd JU -da - 3, . 0 lx I I .Q -1 -. ,. 4 - Sa' Alma W R TRACK ,A Ax 'QR .A I-I, P. WAY H. ROCKEY Coach Captain Schedule Allegheny 51 .,............,..... Oberlin 75 Allegheny 85175 .................. W Sz J 4015 Allegheny 87 ....,...... .. ...,..,, Grove City 48 FRONT ROWf-Left to Right: Poole, Gregg, Fallon, March, Capt. Rockey, Elliott Varano, Ish, VV. Hershelman. SECOND ROWV-Coach Way, Wolfe, Carver, J. 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Z,-ff-' il WWI lil K A COMMENCEMENT A One Hunclreclth Seventeenth Annual I1 JA li 9 oo V . 4 12:00 I 1:30 J' -' 3:30 0 4 . 3 6:00 Q 9:15 V V 10:45 4:30 JIS? vwkf' iilfpcfl 7145 -Www else 53 X 9:30 11:00 2:30 6 3:00 4:30 od j ,ju 8:30 gi 1 0 9:30 10:00 Commencement ORDER OF EXERCISES fe Saturday, June 4 Alumni Day Class Breakfasts and Reunions. Alumni Luncheon-G-ymnasium. Intramural Championship Mushball Cfame--Montgomery Field. l'The Jealous Wife"-George Coleman-Early Eighteenth Century Comedy -Play Shop Theatre, Arter Hall. Fraternity Dinners and Reunions. Campus Illumination. Sunday, june 5 Baccalaureate Sermon by President Tolley-Stone Church. Vesper Service. Address hy the Reverend Frank Howard Callahan, Colum- bus, Ohio-The College Campus. Concert by the Allegheny Singers-Ford Memorial Chapel. Monday, june 6 Class Day Annual Meeting of the Board of Trustees-Bentley Hall. Senior Farewell to Buildings. Class Day Exercises-The Rustic Bridge. Annual Meeting of Phi Beta Kappa-The Oratory. Phi Beta Kappa Address by Clarence C. Little, Sc.D., LL.D.-Ford Memorial Chapel. The President's Reception-Cochran Hall. Tuesday, june 7 Academic Procession from Bentley Hall. Commencement Exercises.-The Gymnasium. Address by Frank Pieriepont Graves, Ph.D., LL.D., Litt.D.. Albany, N.Y. 1 , Z:-f"" .. Q . ff . , . " 'Sf ff " -' s2 3I'15H!-. - .- 'fl fig, 'f I ,..- . feta. -Q-.1-f' 'IK' ' 172 4 4 X 3,1 A - L f l V 1 , 1 l J- , pf-U'Q:a 23259 hares 351 935 fqhstf WW!" A BT? vw' .15 V 'a p- .I i v D J D 1 0 ., A SENIORS A l HAROLD EDMUND AIKENS, A.B. L Hwistory and Political Science Ashtabula, Ohio Ashtabula High School Kappa Phi Kappa. Men's Glee Club 1, 2, 3,5 Classical Club 2, 3, 4 fpresi- clcnt 473 History and Political Science Club 2, 3, 4 Cpresi- dent 453 Men's Senate 3, 45 Assistant in Department of History 43 Non-Fraternity Club 3, 43 College Orchestra 4. KENNETH B. ANDERSON, B.S. Chemistry Turtle Creek, Pa. Turtle Creek High School l Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Alpha Chi Sigma. Tennis 1, Z, 4. VVALTER LEROY BERGER, B.S. Chemistry Homestead Park, Pa. Homestead High School Sigma Alpha Epsilon. Vice Pres., Senior Classj Intramural Councilg Varsity Football 1. 2, 3, 43 Varsity Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4 CCaptain 353 Block "A" Club. MARTHA EVELYN BERNARD, A.B. English Literature Farrell, Pa. Theta Upsilon. RUTH BIRKNER, A.B. Biology and English Avalon, Pa. Avalon High School D Theta Upsilou, Delta Sigma Rho, Omicron Epsilon elta. Cwens, Glee Club l, 23 College Choir 25 Y.W.C.A. cabinet 2 ftreasurer 315 VVomen's Athletic Board 2g Cam- pus Staff 27 Liberal Club Csecretary 2, Vice-president and president 3Dg Varsity Debate 3, 4, Quill Club 3,45 Won1en's Student Senate 3, 43 Class Honors l. S 173 R uQJ '31 .gre 3 5 V :AA v :PDA Q q ,D 5 4 PB S' A X D 41 u A4 7 n D I 'A P4 A3 E ,af I il i rp' ' ' V1 Ml, ate . X I I K A SENIORS A g..::.5:i-.gay-1 it GENEVIEVE E. BOCK, A.B. ' Economics , . ' ' Erie, Pa. NVest Millcreek High School 'fe f Kappa Alpha Theta. it fi, A b eg Class Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4: lVomen's Editor Kaldron 4: 1 ii Class Secretary 43 Senior Hop Committee 4. A w i , 1 i 'fs f JOSEPH AUBREY BORRISON, B.S. 4 41 dx '- A- A 7 Q 1 4, 151 va N . .. 4 'F 3 5313 A v ff l ' . 0 L 6- 3 J 0 f V J wi M' f is . gl: 3113, H 'wr 1 5, 124 v Q -e -J no P 'O -'si Ja Biology Tarentuin, Pa. Tarentum High School Alpha Chi Rho, Phi Beta Phi. German Clubg Liberal Clubg Football 1: Philo Franklin Forum 1, 2. ,L LAXVRENCE CHARLES BOYLAN, A.B. History and Political Science LeRoy, N. Y. LeRoy High School Phi Kappa Psi. Football 1, 2, 3, 4. MILDRED ELLEN BROOKS, A.B. ' " French V Mcaclville, Pa. North East High School Alpha Xi Delta. Panhellenic Board 3, 4 CPres. 45. f 13222 ...J-1'-f4"Z ,iii JAMES PURCELL BRYAN, A.B. Economics Lundys Lane, Pa. Rice Avenue Union High School Alpha Chi Rho. Pi Tau Epsilon. 'ii s A lui "" . gil:- 174 A 9' i A 35 .5 i1!4ff: D 1 '1 laik A A I is GLORGIA AI ETA BUCKHAM AB SENIORS En heh Lxter zture E5 Ene Pl Greenv1llc H1gh School Isxppu Alpha Theta Cu cus Class Secretarv 3 Theatre Gmld 4 PAUL BENJAMIN CARIIS AB FRANK ELLSVVORTH BUTTERS B S ChCI11lS'ElX Corrx Pa Corry High School Alpha Chl Rho Alpha Chr Slgllll. Lnghsh Language Meadxxlle Pa Mcadvllle H1 h School fn Alpha Chl Rho Phx Beta Kappa G1111Cl'O11 Delta Kappa Delta Sigma Rho Qulll Club 3 4 H1story and Polmcal Sc1euce Club 3 4 Cerman Club 4 Classxcal Club 2 3 4 Narslty Debate 1 2 3 4 Freshman Debate Coach 4 YMCA 2 3 4 P11110 Frauklm Forum 1 2 Lzberal Club 2 Class Honors I 2 3 FRLDLRICK S CLARK BS RUSSELL QUAYLE CHILCOTE AB EI1gl1Sl'l Language Pxttsburgh Pa Homer C1tv Hlgh School Westmbhouse High School eanette H1gh School Oxford Club 1 German Cl 1b 3 4 Csecretarx All Campus Staft 1 Glee Club l Chemlstry Geneva Pa Meadvxllc Hlgh School 5151113 Alpha EDSIIOI1 Alpha Chr Slgma Kappa Phi Kappa El if I. N A QQ. ka ,fl ul' G? 71 Hg If 4 1 --haf' 17a I K A A T 4 . . I , . . . Z ,, z. - 2 m c. V, 5 K Y ' ,1- W lv l '?"' :Y V . . .- v W , v. v ' B 27 A :Y A . A Q V . . - .v v . 1 Z 4 ' ' 4 A , - 'D ul' A , . , , I . ' ' ' r X 4 ' . X X 'yy . . T v V , 2. ,gg 7 I , A 1 A .A ,,- l - L L 1 l 2 ' I l A. 4 ' ' , . . T . 4 6 . ' . . if , 1 1 , . , J' 1 A : C , , C , ' Nj - W E 5 'F' 1 1 1 J , 4, . . ' , . 1 7 J 1 1 9 . 1 I 1 V y 'I 5 - - - - , 1 S ' 1 . ' ' . ' . V A I , 7 Y Y 7 ' , to If A guy' A V 413.9 ,- 'mit- : ff? M n 1 1' , E-iv: A V H:-QM H lil '-ax A Lal ' ' 4 P' .z?5 - 4 1 ' ' V ll .M-, . naw f , .rw-f 3 --41-ff . , . ,sg W r ' fan' . v ' 0' 1 V : L y , v ,V Q X Q . Q , "z- O -I ,A Ja U V D '- O ,. X1 a 9 , 4 -1- , J I . V . 7 L- 7 S a v C 7 -:Q 44" - ,-q- .. fl -JA Q A- 4 4. 41 5 1131 124 r A if O L , 6- 8 E, , V f A 7 l Q .NA 4 'rigs-9 A, .5 , 14" 11' :Eiga-' x.5f,fL ..,.- Q1 ,ri -0 r 'O da I K SENIORS A MARGARET COBAUGH, B.S. Pittsburgh, Pa. Alpha Gamma Delta, Phi Beta Phi. Cweusg Treasurer of Class 1: Class Historian 4: Class Basketball 3, 45 Class Volleyball 4. . JOHN XVILLIAM COFFIN, A.B. Economics ' Coraopolis, Pa. Coraopolis High School Beta Kappa, Pi Tau Epsilon. Campus Staff 15 Men's Glee Club 23 Allegheny Singers 3, 4g Interfraternity Council 3. 45 Y.M.C.A. Cabinet 2, 3, -l 1 Cpresicleut 45. Biology Langley High School ALVIN JOHN DeGRANGE, B.S. Chemistry Saegerlown, Pa. Saegertown High School Phi Kappa Psi, Alpha Chi Sigma. MYRTIS ELIZABETH DAILEY, A.B. .e History Oleau, New York Bradford High School, Genesee Wesleyaii Seminary N History and Political Science Club. XVILLARD P. CONN, B.S. Physics Point Marion, Pa. Point Marion High School Sigma Alpha Epsilon. Block UA" Club: Basketball 1, 2, 3, 43 Track 1, 2, 3, 4: Football Squad 1, 2. '?..v" 176 .AL Q3 7 A v'f q Al 1 .iv l 1 A A 7 fa 'AF .Q SR Q-H .lg -. 6 Z , cs A A- . a gl i V . vi " 4 I8 ' v?'q, 9,1 Jia-W my ' .. r 1 m' icq y Q - ,lf -0 :- si JH da U lv D .. QA . 3 6 9. :ul I K SENIORS HARRY ALEXANDER DENNISON, 13.5. ' Mathematics Meadville, Pa. Meadville High School Phi Gamma Delta, Omicron Delta Kappa. Football 1, 2, 3, 4: Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4 Ccaptain 41: Pennis l, 2, 35 Bloclc "A" Club. ANNE LOUISE DIFFENDERFER, AB. English Literature , Bellevue, Pa. Bellevue High School ' Kappa Kappa Gamma. Cwensg Quill Club. ..,. 1 HUGH ERNEST ELLIOTT, A.B. History and Political Science Cleveland, Ohio Port Clinton High School Phi Delta Theta: Pi Delta Epsilon. History and Political Club: Player"s Guildg Student Senate, Intermural Athletic Councilg Campus Staff l, 2, 3 Csociety editorjg Band 1, 2, 3, 4: Track 4. .F ,,. . ,l ll ,. ,-1, , , JOHN HENRY FALLON, AB. ' 'WP History and Political Science li ,. Salem, Mass. Salem High School Q Phi Kappa Psi. Art Editor of Kaldrong Dramatics. CHARLOTTE ANNE FEAZEL, A.B. Economics Cleveland Heights, Ohio Cleveland Heights High School, Wfilliam and Mary College Kappa Alpha Theta. s 177 Ga 5 Q, et I T15 V ZA A v 2.5 ,V Z 4 D 9 A px lil A 7 .4 1,- A A I 1 ' KZ A W s l ll" If ii 'l 55111411 i - :ZH A fb 4 45, t A 7 Q 'fir s- lag if Q id ti' wp Ah, 3112 s- -4" 5 ze +114 . A v . t O l 1 es, . . t tl l V tl x 'A' I O 1:51 911561 . WN- l :My t x', 13h M11 oo as 6- - e J on U D Q.. 1- '- ta . J gi 1 ll I K SENIORS A DOROTHY EMMA FRITZ, B.S. Mathematics New Kensington, Pa. Kappa Alpha Theta. Cwens' Varsit' Basketball 1 2 3' NVomen's Athletic HOVVARD EUGENE FORBES, B.S. Mathematics Meadville, Pa. Meadville High School Sigma Alpha Epsilon. Band 1, 2, 3, 4 Cleader 41. Parnassus High School , l -v 3' ' X J 1 's Association fsecretary 3, president 45. I LOIS J. GARDNER, A.B. English Ludlow, Pa., Theta Upsilon. Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Cwensg Trio 23 Quartet 35 Quill Club 2, 3, 43 Y.VV.C.A. Z. anim , -, . sa, z""?, ROBERT MICHAEL GARBARK, B.S. Mathematics Edgewood, Pa. Edgewood High School Alpha Chi Rho, Omicron Delta Kappa. Football 1, 2, 3, 4 Ccaptain 3, co-captain 413 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 45 Class President 3. Ludlow High School HARMON HERRICK GILBERT, A.B. Economics Madison, N. J. Madison High School Phi Delta Theta, Phi Beta Kappa, Omicron Delta Kappa, Delta Sigma Rho, Pi Delta Epsilon. Campus Staff 1, 23 Circulation Manager 31 Kaldron Staff 1, 23 Feature Editor 3g Basketball Manager 4: Inter- fraternity Council 3, 4: Class Honors 1, 2, 3g Varsity De- bate 3, 43 Freshman Debate 1. 178' 7 I K A SENIORS Hl2LliN RUTH GOLL, A.B. French Beaver, Pa. Rochester High School Alpha Chi Omega. Y.X'V.C.A. 2. GLENN JOSEPH GREER, B.S. Chemistry XA-'ILLIAM D. HAMMON, A.B. Biology Pittsburgh, Pa. Schenley High School Pittsburgh Bible Institute University cle Bruselses Ticolecle Medicine Tropicale Allegheny Singers: Band: Thoburn Club. l Erie, Pa. XVzu'1'cn High School Phi Delta Theta, Alpha Chi Sigma. Varsity Track 1, 23 Chemistry Aseistzint 3, 4. , LLOYD H. HANSON, B.S. FRED M. HARPER, A.B. Economies Butler, Pa. Butler Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Pi Tau Epsilon. Student Senate, Inter-Frziternity Council. Chemistry Ludlow, Pa. Ludlow High School Alpha Chi Rho, Phi Beta Phi. High School A ,, . ll? Lili" 7 W . .. 1 ,Qi-I 9. 5 4 .ww :', v 2 A v 2 , 4 -iff: 'V E 4 vb Q i' PN fl: 9 A4 . 7 A A .A 1 . -AA 44 917 . I3 l 1, l i ll in -' ll ' ' 64,55 ....-...f-f' 179 'N F 4 4 '1 O , A Iliff? 0 1 1 I iff KI' 3 is U. ..,,.'tLL tif 1 A ny .l i P - L A K qi W I W U ailf' 41 S6 1 '34 , od a 0 an an I K SENIORS A CHARLES C. HARTUNG. A.B. English Language ANDREW JACK HARTMAN, A.B. Economics Meaclville, Pa. Meadville High School Beta Kappa, Phi Beta Kappa, Phi Sigma Iota, Pi Tau Epsilon. Campus Stall lg First Honors 1, 2, 3, Student Assistant in Philosophy 4. LSL, if , 4- . 4-4 .::: , Coraopolis, Pa, Coraopolis High School Beta Upsilon, Kappa Phi Kan a C ip . Campus Staff 1g Men's Glee Club 1, 23 Allegheny Sing- ers 3, 43 Men's Senate 3, 4 Csecretary 415 Y.M.C.A. Cabinet Cvice president 35: Thoburn Club l, 2, 3, 4 Cpresident 4Jg German Club 2. MARGARET DAVID HERR, A.B. En lish Literature ISOBEL MARY HEPBURN. A.B, French W'ilkinsburg, Pa. Wfilkinsburg High School Alpha Gamma Delta. Inter-Class Basketball 1, 2, 3: Inter-fraternity Basket- ball 1, 2, 3. ' 3 Ben Avon, Pa. Ben Avon High School Kappa Alpha Theta, Omicron Epsilon Delta. Class Basketball 1, 2, 35 Varsity Basketball 1, 2, 3: Panhellenic 3, 4: Interfraternity Basketball Manager 4g Dranlatics. ROBERT BOXVMAN HERSHEY, A.B. History and Political Science Johnstown, Pa. Johnstown High School University of Pittsburgh Extension at Johnstown 1. 2. Phi Kappa Psi. La... f"'?Z-I 7 'NRA AA P fw -1 gat' 1 -af H Vaak , 7 sg. 54 D ig 4 vb ,Q A I V. 41 44 A4 7 A A A A w 4 e Q7 l xl i xu fl gf 5-'lu nffwni llll Ji' 2,39 1 A Q L Vi .x . L . , A i 1 is T, al ,I V f A . ., , Q .AS A .WFP 'kph sift-W -'1Vtig' ,q...4-N . 3:46 ...Tian 0 A .4 ,, 'jp UG . 5 T.- " HWAV I six " lv X 0 " ' 'l r 1 :3 .1 E I K SENIORS A REGINALD IRVING HEVVITT, B.S. Biology Meadville, Pa. Mcadville High School Phi Beta Phi. HARRY NASH HILL, B.S. Chemistry Eric, Pa. Central High School Sigma Alpha Epsilon. ELEANOR LOIS HUGHES, A.B. French Meadville, Pa. Meadville High School Kappa Kappa Gamma, Glec Club 1, 2, 4. LOIS ELIZABETH HUSK, B.S. Biology Bradford, Pa. Bradford High School Alpha Gamma Delta, Phi Beta Phi. German Club 43 Biology Ass't 4g Panhelleuic Board 3, 4. ! . ..w-..- . l ' ROBERT HENRY ISENBERG, AB. Economics Monesseu, Pa. Moncssen High School Beta Upsilon. Campus Staff 1. 2, 3: News Editor 33 Kaldron Staff l, 2, 33 Activities Editor 3: Associate Editor 4. 181 Q I lya 3647 Ibn it 5 V Za A v QM . . Q- P Ib 5 4 A wr A X if ' 74 A A I ' I2 2 ' A 4 W s I ll ' li Bmw :Adi 6 -Ei I K SENIORS A NORMAN XVATSON ISH, B.S. Chemistry North East Pa. North East High School Alpha Chi Sigma, Kappa Phi Kappa. German Club 2: Glec Club l, Z, 4: Intramural Athletic Board 45 Cross Country 2, 3, 4 Ccaptain 4Jg Track 2, 3, 4. l ALBERT CLYDE JEFFORDS, B.S. Mathematics Cyclone, Pa. Bradford High School Alpha Chi Rho. Campus Staff l, Zg Band 1, 2, 3: Manager of Track and Cross Country 43 Second Honors 2, 3. F 4 423 'Z AT v A I ff .. 0 . , 4 t GEORGE CHARLES JOHNSON, B.S. Chemistry lVarren, Pa. Ludlow High School Alpha Chi Rho, Alpha Chi Sigma. Intramural Athletic Board 3g Y.M.C.A, diff 513-?' .MB THOMAS HENDERSON JOHNSON, A.B. Bible Guys Mills, Pa. American School, Chicago Thoburn Cluhg Classical Clubg History and Political Science Club. I as A A- Q . qi I V f 7 ' IQ . fs- 19 'P Q intra: tum , ,I '15 mx - 6 'A- O 4 4 JANET JONES, A.B. l Philosophy Coudersport, Pa. Coudersport High School - .. . y- Q- Q ' ,.:-: 1 - - 'fsarslg--is F5 fx in-ff' """" 'L ' 1 C' xiii- .. 511.5 "1 nl- . -W i--"Zf,'wl'b 'Y' .,Lx' 34: ,ap 'f ' 1 V v A l :SRA I7 nr, A, A Iv Z vb D Ai' 7 A A A 97 l I ,l ,Z l' ww S m ' 'ifiim J fi ,la , , .iw . f. a:? 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I j ' Y C, 4 , . . 2 . 5, : , . ' I ' 3 , . , . . ' ., g . 'l , ' if X F, V .J !A A ll l 3 A v iff: A 1 1 4 518 .1 I l ' 4 , . . ED 4 ' v 4 . - el q ," , 4 . l 'v S l . A X 1 . A 7 . f , g . l . . . All V l , 7 A , ' A 1 .l l ' . A .l , 5 -4 ' M 0 , f , . , A A A A 4 W 4 AL 0 : Q 4 E .Q - ' 'K 41 . ' ,A A, ' F ' U v I . -v 1 . . l V ll . ' , . ' ' , , 2. i , , Q l l ,..ll?,:Yl iw! , ,-ml - 1 5 W s , Q .nm - r W- 715 -llqsw A ll l 5 'WP .--' - . fl xr-l asf, l 7 N l JU 'rfifgj' 7 , ., .-. '- 1 1 Q . 'W -i ffm' - y . . Tru , 2. K 6 , or -1 Q an U u QQ l' 4 2 4 ' Y , . . 4 'j, . 1 ' ' ii I ' , ' I ' ' , ' 1 I , 1 C n K W .N v. " F 1 l x 3 ' 2 l v l S ' l -'v , , g '. 'j , , . ,, , .. ll ll! ll llpl ,,.l-.-,x-.,f- ov" - ,gf f 4 4 -JA t 17 A 4 it A , 4,15 ' 9 33' 4 ,qw 1 ,ff , 9 -, 4 ,l . jf . O L 6. S J I V li -'ist 4 ' f .1 gf Wm- r -MM aysgkvwi Sz-,Q 5 5-df 6 'A O 'D Ja ll it 6 I i y . l.' r.- IT K A SENIORS A 'Zt""?2'ZEE7'fil CLIFFORD MERLE LENVIS, A.B. X Q English Cambridge Springs, Pa. Cambridge Springs High School v, F nf Phi Delta Theta, Pi Delta Epsilon. I A History and Political Science Club: Quill Clubg Editor Literary Magazineg Campus Staff 1, 2. 3 Clieature Editor 355 Kalclron l, Z5 Class Honors 3. JOHN GLENN LEVVIS, B.S. Q Biology Oil City, Pa. Oil City High School 3 Phi Delta Theta, Phi Beta Phi. X German Clubg Philo-Franklin Forumg Athletic Trainer 2, 3, 43 Biology Assistant. ANNA FAXVCETT LUCKEY, A.B. Spanish Sharon, Pa. Sharon High School, Grove City College Delta Alpha Theta. EDITH VIOLA MCCLAY, Bs. ' Chemistry Cowausville, Pa. Kittanning High School Alpha Gamma Delta, Phi Beta Phit Girls' Glee Club lg Campus Staff lg XVomen's Senate Z, 3, 4. DOROTHY STEPHENS McCULLOUGH, A.B. English Literature lfV'ilkinsburg, Pa. Wilkinsburg High School Alpha Gamma Delta. -. -. .YN ., 1,.ve., g.,-3 - .-.i. ,ll-X. . i fin-ft V 755 :-. . :cg rn?.iv'i-cl1.'gaf-f YY t wirl: , 3, U F A , , . H-5 ' 5- ,-If . Q ' Ni M . ":t?'1i-lv. I- . . . ,. , pr P A. Juv: L4-Q .-'iw f ' v'?5tl6yEa ' i f wtfsev ,.,,,-fe -x-- if if-f .-.ss--an . -cn ' -- 184 A. I 4 WF JEANS 'A 4' t . 65 nA A V -NU lb 1 5 4. vb d A P 4 L- A? V 7 .4 A z 'A if 7 ? Qi? Q 3 v l l -11. l lp X , N, u 'ff its" itil : ii ' A 1 4 q x Q nv' " 1112? 4-'+I i-"1 . A 11 l jf . O 4 A- A A . Q . S 41 I V ,' ,rift A-4 415435 ffliiw vi :XM X 5. 7 ,ii tlegu X I N. if or vii dp x 0 5, A ei .sua A i 'ilu in If K SENIORS A CATHERINE ELIZABETH MCDOVVELL, A.B. English Literature Meadville, Pa. Meadville High School fi: 0- W1I.L1AM,D12MPs1fY MCGINNIS, Bs. Chemistry Connellsville, Pa. Connellsville High School Phi Delta Theta, Alpha Chi Sigma, IRENE FRANCIS MCKINLEY, A.B. Latin Meaclville, Pa. Meaclville High School Delta Alpha Theta, Delta Sigma Rho. Classical Clubg Thoburn Clubg Chapel Organist 23 Var- sity Debate 3, 45 Allegheny Singers 43 Orchestra 3, 45 Class Honors. FRANCIS WILLIAM MCMILLEN, B.S. Chemistry Meaclville, Pa. Meadville High School Beta Kappa, Alpha Chi Sigma, Kappa Phi Kappa. Allegheny Singers 4. ORA ELIZABETH MacTARNAGHAN, A.B. English Language Meadville, Pa. Meadville High School Town Girl's Club. J, 1 if ww 54 J -Y IA 5 V 54 A v :l'-N4 , 4: :I V QE 4 vb Q S, I 542' 3,4 N -7! 5 "41l:. 93' ng, if iv 4 is f f i 9.5-1 - J H S A Slgizxg F- S- Ax-:A v s vs YV I 5 T41 .ska Lx ., I X x x,5X:. Axes- . ,,, N. fig? V X in Q X 'X X r X 'XY 5: J . sg X N ic' 3- C' I .B- he 185 l Q., 4 ,J4 -JA + 67 pl '14 149.1 .1 Lf ifltxi , ,.x 51.51 ' "" L 2 . " .. 'Q jf . Q C fc, A A . J . 3 it V if A , l, .vig AJS. EW .- w - . 'N Q ffl? - 5. . 'S-.Q 'am Qu dd 1 an J X I K SENIORS A A 'i'-v w:f. if .arr- THOMAS HENRY MANSELL, B.S. Mathematics New Brighton, Pa. Belle Vernon High School Beta Upsilon. Track 1: Mens Glee Club 1, 2g Allegheny Singers 3, 4 CSoloist 433 Le Petit Salon 2: German Club 4. ntlt 1 l .iw ni' n I Q NED DEVVAR MERVINE, B.S. Chemistry Sheffield, Pa. Sheffield High School Alpha Chi Rho, Alpha Chi Sigma. Band 1, 2. 3. W i e Q. a'iiw1f if i 1, li t 45' QV as . ing , Eiga CHARLES ROSE MILLS, B.S. A , I L 1 -1:1-.1 Chemistry i tam 'W sa. ', ,Qi S ny 'f ll will T ' i A aiu i P6 x , Xa , .ww u Ili Q AQ ,1 3 'Q H' if 'A K A I ff . 3 .1-1. BFad.llOCk, PH- Braddock High School ,fly 1 Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Alpha Chi Sigma, Pi Delta ,,2 ' r' Epsilon. ' ' i .QT 1 :" - Basketball 1, 2. 3, -lg Department Editor Kaldron 3. gf 'f4:.f.u 1 ' . ' ' HOMER EVERETT MOODY, B.S. Chemistry NVest Newton, Pa. VVest Newton High School Phi Gamma Delta, Kappa Phi Kappa, Alpha Chi Sigma. President of the Senior Class: Vice-President of junior Class: Student Senate 3,43 German Club 2, 3: Basketball Squad 13 Track Squad lg Interclass Basketball 1, 2. FRANK PEELE MORSE, BS. f' -'i' 9319.44 .v ' i . :AA Y mm 7 3391 n ' .v 44 Iv Z 4 vis vv A X U A. FFL lg 'D 7 .4 A, z ' A 4 'A 'P 'Q AL Q7 1 r , l ,':?f' g If 2..- n 7 I Jag' ff' Chemistry X , Salem, Mass. Salem High School Mi Phi Kappa Psi: Omicron Delta Kappa: Alpha Chi Sigma. ' Interfraternity Council 3, -li Football 1, 2, 3. 4 CCO- f A captain 41, Block "A" Club. ii. . - - .,. ,,. ,...fM-f-K-T ,---" " 186 A- 1 4. A Ag. 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Corry High School Classical Clubg Assistant in Education. EARLE JUNIOR PATTERSON, A.B. . Economics Swissvale, Pa. Phi Gamma Delta. Managerial Competition 1. SENIORS A STANLEY ANTHONY OKRASINSKI, B.S. Biology Newark, N. J. Newark High School Alpha Chi Rho, Phi Beta Phi. Biology Assistant 4. MURIEL PARNELL, A.B. French WVindber, Pa. NVi11dber High School Swissvale High School A 17 I i jf . 6 L A 5 if Q V f .A f :lf 445:95 I sl!! xv' ' rlvggl il Viv P ' -Eg 31.-J' 6 is AA. 'O UO 14 B2 s?z"i".I25 ' f-241' -visa?" is-Z LOUIS PITCHITINO, B.S. Chemistry Struthcrs, Ohio Struthers High School Alpha Chi Rho. Football 1, 2, 3, 4. i i va an ,,-L4 .1 we ,ga -Y u Ak mn v fag. ,V 5 4 vb a A A4 lf 7 A A l we 'As 2 'Q Al f f? Q I D ' 1' ,I ' 1 afl b it.: a 'f X M Rell' 'll Ad, 4 A -1 A t -6 Vt 1 i 'tl ' .- L. 4 Ai A Q S, I V M A Q --U2-A was-5, 0 1 - I, :milk-gf .nm , wfafaa mt, 16233 H354-5' 6 cl ,. o JL, vfn Do gi , 1, a I: ul -T1 i 'L' L- I K SENIORS MARIORIE ELEANOR POOLE, A.B. ' A ' ' " ' French Ruffsdale, Pa. East Huntingdon High School Alpha Chi Omega. ELIZABETH PRATT, A.B. Philosophy Erie, Pa. Central High School Alpha Chi Omega, Phi Beta Phi. Education Assistantg Thoburn Club 1: Glee Club 1, 25 1Vomen's Athletic Board Zg Le Petit Salou 2g Y.lfV.C.A.g ' Panhellenic Board 3, 4. ELMER MCCREADY REED, B.S. Chemistry New Brighton, Pa. New Brighton High School Phi Kappa Psi, Alpha Chi Sigma, Pi Delta Epsilon. General Manager of Publications 43 Chemistry Assist- ant 43 Campus Staff 1, 2, 3 Cadvertising manager 3j. ROSANNA PATRICIA RIORDAN Meadville, Pa. Meadville High School Kappa Alpha Theta. Theatre Guild 43 Glee Club 15 Town XVOIHCIPS Club, Dramatics. HASSON STANLEY ROCKEY, B.S. Chemistry Brookville, Pa. Brookville High School Beta Upsilon, Omicron Delta Kappa, Kappa Phi Kappa, Alpha Chi Sigma. Track Z, 3, 4 Qcaptain 4Dg Cross Country 2, 3 Ccaptain Sl: Interfraternity Council 3, 45 Intramural Athletic Boardg A Activities Editor of Kaldron 4. - x L Q, .ge ei ' 'Q nAL AAA V fr . :. 5 4 vb S' ' Px Al i? A4 ' A A I L ' iz il ' '37 . F ' v 1 ,P 1 ,ffl . vm Maint .if ' 'Hgh X x 0 N. sysxl st-XM. -W Xxx i , ev x -t at Qi xx : R, , H -1 5 ,N a , QA 189 KLA 422. 1 A IL Al. Tv .lx 24: I in A v Q G , A a I V J 7 ' IQ .QM f' ' Jaw? il st. 4' ' eb ly 34 -wiv: 531, .,,,.- Q1 in eo 0 -fs an W K SENIORS A 1 ' CLAIRE COLE RODKEY, BS. Biology Pittsburgh, Pa. Arnold High School Kappa Alpha Theta, Phi Beta Phi. Cwens, Class Basketball l, 2, 3, 43 Vice-President Ath- letic Board 35 Basketball Manager -lg Assistant in Biology 4. . Y-53 MARIAN XVILMA ROGERS, A.B. English Mars, Pa. Mars High School Theta Upsilon. Debate Team 13 XKVOIUCIIVS Athletic Board 2 Cmanagerlg Cwensg Class Historian 2. JOSEPHINE BLAINE ROSSI, A.B. French Chicago, Ill. Kittanning High School Le Petit Salon 2: Class Basketball 1. 2, 3: Town Girls' Club 4: Volley Ball 1, 2. HAROLD HENDERSON SANKEY, B.S. Chemistry New Castle, Pa. New Castle High School Phi Delta Theta. Alpha Chi Sigma. Chemistry Assistant 45 Band 1, 2, 3, 4: Swimming Team 1, 2, 3 fmanager .DQ Orchestra l, 43 Glee Club 1. MARGARET OLIVE SAUERS, A.B. English Literature Meadville, Pa. Meadville High School Delta Alpha Theta. Pan-Hellenic Board 3, 4. --..-f-Z-"Z 190 it Sea QAJ ,V A A gc final ii 939. it-A Q ig 4 75 S' 'A P55 lid if Q f A 1 A 1 iff? 22 4 13 -I , l xl il I, r' u Q itz: if :,,1v wg A -1 x 11 l . .i . 6 L' A fe' 1 ., V 1' , ' I Q .av V ' 111-Q .5552 9134? "Wh 1 awww -its ....,., Q A i, on Oc vi: as l 47 ll:-33 ,W 11,4 E I SENIORS A CHARLES CLIFFORD SHAVV, A.B. English Language Glassport, Pa. Glassport High School Phi Giamma Delta, Omicron Delta Kappa, Pi Delta Epsilon. Campus Staff l, 2, 3, 4 CManaging Editor 3, Editor 453 Dramatics: Players' Guild 43 Interfraternity Council 3, 43 Debate Squad 3: Quill Club 35 Radio News Reporter 3. DOROTHY H. SHEARER, A.B. Philosophy and Education Couclersport, Pa. Couclersport High School Alpha Xi Delta. DOROTHY ALDEN SHERMAN, A.B. Latin Oil City. Pa. Oil City High School Phi Sigma Iota 4. Glce Club l, Z: Y.XV.C.A.g Cabinet 2: Classical Club 3, 4 Csecretary-treasurer 415 Players' Guildg Class Honors l, wc PAUL ALLMAN SIPLE, B.S. Biology Erie, Pa. Central High School Alpha Chi Rho, Phi Beta Phi, Alpha Phi Omega. Track lg Philo-Franklin Forum 13 German Club 3. ' '-'ir : : 1-. MARION ZIPPORAH SLEEMAN, A.B. Latin Warreii, Pa. Warreii High School Kappa Kappa Gamma, Omicron Epsilon Delta. Glee Club l: Liberal Club 2g Classical Club 2, 3, 45 History and Political Science Club 3, 43 Varsity Basket- ball 3g Interfraternity Basketball 1, 2, 3: Class Basketball 1, 2, 3: Panhellenic Council Z, 3, 4: VVomcn's Athletic Board 3, 45 Class Historian 3. 191 .. . 9 .ze 'rt SAA V QA A V 1f , A 44 .3-. ,E iv 5 4 VD uf " X it 7 D A M I il 2 W I P I ., ll fffffl t i 1' Whit' .bf" 10,1 19 'Q it iw I- A 4 dx K A t 71' , A-isa ' cl, if ww grim -4:5 ..txa,j'4 A 7 l jf . O L A A Jn I V .' te 4' 4 fb. 263 s 325W . 'Xi 1 K ,A 5. x 1'-Aqn L gl no A' O -'si Jn W K SENIORS A ISABELLE LUCILLE STAMM, A.B. English Literature Evans City, Pa. Alpha Gamma Delta. History and Political Science Club 3, 45 Hiking Man- ager 3. RODNEY LORIN STEVVART, B.S. ' Mathematics Prospect, Pa. Beta Kappa. Glee Club 1: Band 1, 2, 3, 4. , . ILL "ie:-QUE , if -jr .-. ,. p-3 , i- , . ' 1 .img E -my f,,, KARL K. SMOCK, B.S. Mathematics Meadville, Pa. Meadville High School Phi Kappa Psi. Butler High School STANFORD KENT STEARNS, A.B. Historv and Political Science Fredonia, N. Y, l Fredonia High School l i Butler High School JOE PORTER STIRLING, A.B. History and Political Science Ben Avon, Pa. Ben Avon High School Delta Tau Delta. Interfraternity Councilg Glee Club 1: Allegheny Singers 4: Football 1, 2. 192 7 is -iff so Qa - 'P' f lk San v 9344 . 44 Q ' ,V if 4 VD S 'ls . L 41 i L4 7 A -A . A . Ja W Al 217 :E I I Y . ll ,. I.. L xU M? we: , gg All 44,4 I 5 'N 4 4 A x An A L 7 Q -1,42 4154? ll 1 wiih. 22435: ag.. f - O L 6- a il. li 4 1 1 V 1 alll' I A ' , T 9 A Q-,AS -tale' 'l :Bw 1 K. 'S'4Q, vb lv 0 'xv Q 40 dv . 0 ., A ,ll S I ' K A A RALPH ENCK STONE, B.S. Chemistry Connellsvillei Pa. Phi Delta Theta, Phi Beta Phi. EVERETT NELSON THAYER, B.S. ' Mathematics Kane, Pa. Kappa Phi Kappa. President Non-Fraternity 'I 6 tbl 'f- JOHN MITCHELL UNDERWOOD, AB. Economics Buffalo, N. Y. Delta Tau Delta. Pi Tau Epsilon, Pi Delta Epsilon, Oniicron Delta Kappa. Editor-in-chief of Kaldron +15 History and Political Science Clubg Student Senate. A.....,,-1-2-"Z" SENIORS Connellsville High School CHARLOTTE REBECCA SWEET, A.B. History and Political Science Cambridge Springs, Pa. Cambridge Springs High School Delta Alpha Theta. Thoburn Club 1, 2, 3, 43 History and Political Science Club 3, 4. Kane High School Group, German Club. OLIVER E. TURNER, B.S. Chemistry Pittsburgh, Pa. Schenley High School Phi Kappa Psi, Pi Delta Epsilon. Campus Stall l, 2, 3 Csociety editor 35: Student Senate 3: Track 2, 3. Lafayette High School 45 I? imaj :LA V 24 A V :Y-NA . 41-ix V I 5 4 ob vt' A Px Q 7 D l A A A c' 4 .24 W . ,E 1 ll I 1 ' M4- . v QM 'itll' 193 l 1' 45. fit jf .. O , 4 f . 'Y-If Eg ? 2339 . V ,F egg .5 ,J 4 K W I K HOVVARD SHAW VVALKER, B.S. SENIORS A NICHOLAS RAPHAEL VARAXO, B.S. Biology Vandergrift, Pa. Vaudergrift High School Phi Kappa Psi, Phi Beta Phi. Student Senate 3, 4: Football l, 2, 3, -1: Track 1, 23 Block "A" Club: All-College Dance Committee: German Clubg Quill Club. JOHN VARHOLA, A.B. History and -Political Science. Erie. Pa. History and Political Science Club. JAMES EDXVARD VENSEL, B.S. Cheniistry Ford City, Pa. Ford City High School Beta Kappa: Kappa Phi Kappa: Alpha Chi Sigma. Track 1, 25 Chemistry Assistant 4. Biologv " Ee Duquesne, Pa. i Duquesne High School A A A 0 ti. tl Y V il 64,1 164512 T'J Www! Mini' . 5 W A s', J?W as ,gl J 2 O ,aiu Phi Delta Theta, Phi Beta Phi. Band l, 23 Glee Club 1, 23 Orchestra 4. JOHN JOSEPH XVERLE, A.B. Economics Meadville, Pa. Meadville High School Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Pi Tau Epsilon. Pi Delta Epsilon. Business Manager Literary Magazine 3: Radio An- nouncer 3. - ,4A..i' ...rp Z,-f' 1 ll 'a is Allte l 194 x 1:21 7x97 QA J ,V '. Y A ' fins V 94191 A4 Iv 513: vi A PA V. 41 vb i '7 A A . A Af 1 ii 7 42 W . i , xl X i . , 'KP ,lit Wifqp. vagal' alia, A Q It. 7 All 'L 1' I G5-4' fu 1-' ly 4? wilt gr is SENIORS A JOHN DAVID VVHIISEP1 BS B1olo 1 g Nloucsien P1 Monessen Hlgh School qlglllfl Alpha 1-tDS1l011 P111 Bom Ph1 Gee Cl11b12 3 4 FRANKLIN C VVILT IAXIS B S P111 SILS XlL1ClXflllC' P1 Nleaclvxllc Hgh School B011 lv1pp1 P1 Delt1 Epmlon Ix21lcl1o11 l Cwmpue 1 7 3 CQpor1Q ccl1to1 3 A5s1st2111t Tracl .J JOHN RUFUS XVORRALL AL IIco11o1111cs New Xxlllll ng on P1 New XV1l111111gto11 Iqlgll School Beta IXADDI P1 T111 llpmlon I'ooth1l1 Squad l C1055 Countrv 2 3 -l CCoaLh 3 C113 l'llll 4D P11110 1-lfillll llll Forum 1 Cwmpus 1 lxildron 2 Tmcl 1 2 3 4 fC1pt1111 Zj T1e1su1er of Jumor Class Dcbalm 3 11191154111 A DONALD FRICH XX ILLIAMS A B ECOHOITIICH XVTFICII Oh1o XV 1rrgn C H1 dm lilgll Suhool qlgllll Alplu L1'JQ1lO11 P1 12111 l 1J'wllOll P1 Dclt1 Tw lou Football Xlaniger :DC1J'll'flllClll Lchtm ol lxalchon De bite Squad HlSlOTX and Pohtlcal SL1e11Le Club ,ff Ay Q 'sk r JOHNIJ WILLIAXIS ll BS M 'full' Mz1tl1e111at1cs 'md Su11u1111, 4 Guxs M1lls P1 MCldVlllC H1ql1 Suhool Betq kappa 10 W K l A . - f-K if 1' . . - ' . V A. 11' , , 2. ' ' . 1. 4 , ' '. .. ,' 5 .yn W 341, V A A X - v :HL A -It fu 1 ,J ' ' ' . -1 - 1 1 4 1 X ' 7 vb by 4 Q 12 " 1 Q ' 1.2 Q A 41.1 21' A" 'f " X C 2 2 1 . . ' ' L , - z :,.1 . ' 1 11 1 - - , T ' . ' 1' . . ' 41 ,D 1 2k , 2 , , - V 1 , '.i ' 1' ' ' . A4 ' 1 1 ' A - 1 , A 1 1 1 A 1 'V . , 'pg C ' 1 1 6- 1 -Y li v - 1 - ' 1 . 1. ' . - 1 ., . . 22 ' I 211 4 1,-12 " .. ll, ' 'Y fl? - W E I .ff f . . 113511, N. 41' '. 2 2, 2 1 , . Ffa ffl 1 1 1 ' ' ' 1. .' , ' ' I ' ' I c -. 1 -1 -- V- ' li - - slim Q5 ,X l I , J , . U H M.: we Q A 1 V 111 1'l1ys1cs Department 3, 4. 359, 5 . r -:iw .11 I 1 A14 51' ,fhfll L,f'.,.g ,.:,-54 ' 5' f . M 'a i fp C 1 .2 1 , 11' F' ' :NWN 1 I 111-A 1 11 5 1-rr .11 1- Y SF' ' ' ' 1 ' " rmrafnkgm V 1, 1 . . A N , iz, . . 1- ,-md, . . 1 - - , 1 A. ,. x 5:-, ?. 'Q 1 K - - 1-9 It ' . -- 2 ' ' "Ll A-. C v 1 XX 1 - 7 4 X . .2 9 ,. , -f 1: an 1 UQ 03" 1 o . , 1 W 1 I 1 V 'J' , gl N 4 ' . J Q .1 ' ff' i 1 , 2. ' 1 ' ' 'f -i 4 .E I ' - , 1 -1 ' ' , L ' - ' . ' 4 . ' . . f . c . - x , c , s , 'lf . 2 c , , , X 2 2 g ' 2 ' 5 1 1' 1 .- U L "JU: ly! Xgnggq,-,pI"' aff- . ...- Q5 4 f 4 4 'JA K A 7 Q 1 .ll if, 4 ,YQ-. "ll if Q, wil-fb A v Pi I O L A S 34 V i S I' ,. ldxg, 111151 :Wistar ' - X n'4 345 alta' '6 A- 46 dn . ' a i2' a . my o II NX SENIORS A VIRGINIA LOUISE NVRIGHT, A.B. Mathematics - Franklin, Pa. Franklin High School History and Political Science Club. MICHAEL ALVIN YGI-IAN, AB. History and Political Science Yorksville, Ohio Tiltonvillf: High School ' Kappa Phi Kappa. German Clubg History and Political Science Club. . . 1,5 " " . . A " W - "'i"i ' 'Y E 4.25 E1 2 1 . ' 'fl 'f '-'fffif ' "" -x.v tiff 196 SWRAK jfx 4 .y- 76? ' ws, I sa' vv V Y. A QA nf, 44-nf ,v 5 . vb A 53 ' A 9 , Y 53 gy A4 l , i 137' b fi 'ix ,NTL :jg A AJ! 1 ' 131 FM' v 48 P W K FAREWELL A ENIORS fare thee well your college days are over The world IS callmg or your talents Although a place IS hard to nd m tzmes luke these lf the hopes and wzshes o the Kaldron stagf are any conso latzon, rest assured o success, Class of 32 :ww A' ii fuk I .0 X 197 K 1 51 .yv ' A - fs L V Ish. 9, V id 1 .' ' 4 jf E . 4 D ul 4 A Px -JA x ' b A v ,gl V . 7 p . D I 'l ' S , , f- A . 5 . A . 6 4, - 'r , , ' .Ii 4 5 . . . , . W E S ' f X , , , V .' ' , Q ' f xl l Q 'V 4059 r ,QW ' f'9T,!? I 'll M all r x ,, llfizwlf Y ,mx In 5 ,vs , -14255 . ge,-I, AM ' ll L' will 'UT M392 Q 46 6 'P -N 0 Rx 'Alb' Rs. 6 Q J Nose , ff fi, ' X l k -- Nr -1 -- Q L A k j- ,Q Q3 1 A, ' A xlf . - m ...- W v I ' ll ll I :ln R1--.--Ly-F' ..--- ' ,,- If 4 Q -JZ, x A 3. 2' Vx 4-nfl" Viet -4.--ga: A v i f l ' Q O L es S S 1 I V A 7 Q X PM.. F42 41 Ska? Ralf? 5 'im' -, A . , ,U or A' 4 O da ,ja UG r .. gm . it " sl . ig, a v, 45 'lil . :ug .1-4 . ll IT A FEATURES A A Handwriting Un The Wall Spring is here with all its customary results. One is almost prone to reiuxte those famous lines of "The Mikado" about "The flowers that bloom in the spring, tra-la have nothing to do with the case tra-la." Everything is connected with what happens. VVell we must get down to work. We tind 12 pins in Hulings Hall and the same diamond. XVe may have missed a few fair damsels who are bound by the sacred bonds of a fraternity pin, but some cases were so dubious as to preclude the possibility of being included Cnice sentencej. Our pur- pose is to enumerate the ones concerned so we have excluded all who do not strut about openly with aforesaid insignia. 1. Bloom and Utley have an understanding and a pin. 2. Van Kirk and Davidson also have a pin. 3. Herr and Bates again have that pin. 4. Lois Gratz has a pin from a Pitt medical student. The pin must he lonesome over in the Hall. 5. Fritz still has Pattersoirs pin. 6. Ol course Pat Henry has "W'ill" Smoek, the clothier's, pin. 7. Staples has Hamilton's pin. 8. You can all guess this one-"Lovey and Doveyf' Is any one else tired of this? 9. Smith has Moody's pin. 10. Klingler had Pore's pin when we started to write this. but it oscilates between them so fast we sometimes wonder. 11. Gardner has Greer's pin, we think we are right in this. 12. Cane has Hershews vin. That makes a round dozen and seems to wind uw , l the pin affairs. There are therefore: 5 Phi Gam pins, 3 Phi Psi, l Delt, l Chi Ro, 1 Sig and l Phi Delt pins in the Hall which seems to hgure out well on the normal frequency curve. Conditions are just about normal. The diamond if you dicln't know it is Rowena Baker's and was a gilt from Toni Gill. Did you all notice we called the Bloom Utley attair in our last section. NVe think we will take NV. XV.'s place on Broadway for the mere quarter million he makes. This boy VVillarcl Conn is changing again. He seems to be going steadily with Janet Fleming. They tell us VVil1ard has more than one pin out. How about it eh? Not meaning to be repititious. but this is so delicious. Davidson carried Pore's pin back to him when Mary returned it. You see she has two. A plain one and a jeweled pin. Harry got the plain one himself. VVe wonder why Koehler and Cobaugh never made the pin list. It seems strange that an affair lasting as long as that one should not culminate in a pin, it that culminates things. This Lindsay girl seems to be the sweetheart of S. A. E. It doesn't seem to matter who it is just so he is one of the boys from the 'tbig house". 198 'S :fi , ' f '5.., ,... ,,i:,- " il U f r-'t ..... .a1.l,fiE1s,,. T? -Effff L.-.fg 1 -1 . 'qw 'i'g"l'fiil-1 . Q. aff' H- .-Q,-f- 9. nr, wasp' wiv Y 5 V :na v eg. 41 ,is 5 4 an 9 A PN l id 7 A4 7 A A, 1 .Zi I4 Q W . 13 "H a " 'fy 1. il .gf rr "ef TK .ixyfl M vlfil .ff- pi. it A 4 I V 1 , ' IQ .tyy b QRS? 'FEE' Sha-1 .MVMJP wgafxa SFT" .352 0 'Hs -fo an an U U. D 0 , .- gl . , A ,Lg . 4 , . T lliilml K it I K FEATURES A A The Glee Club trip to Pittsburgh was a great thing, but we didn't get Hlillly good stories out of it. ' Edna May BI'Ugg'Cl'11lZl11 did I'Ctl'Il'l1 with T4EL1llT6lllJCI'gCl"S socks in her grip. W'ell it's all i11 the same lodge anyhow. "Bruggie" also hxed it up for her spring party while i11 Pittsburgh. It seems Al- leghe11y's boys just arenlt good enough or maybe they are too good. Martha Bernard has the movie craze at least so far as Johnny xR7Cl5l1lUllCl' is C011- eer11ed. Having seen "Tarzan, The Eight Ball," sl1e remarked that Johnny could use the Hoor under l1er bed for a shoe rack any ti111e l1e wanted to. Wie just found the most popular man i11 SCl100l. XV. Berger CVVillard if you hadn't guessedj He had -1 invitations to tl1e Kappa party, 3 to the Theta Zillfl 3 to the Alpha Chi party. Why don't you girls get together and Find out who you are taking? SCCII May 3 behind Arter Hall "Libby" Kirkland and Carl Borg. Still eligible for K. N. "Libby"? lllll'llOl'S Cand idle ones tooj assail our ears that Miss Sleeman better known as "Zepl' likes "Dee" better tl1a11 lid. XVe1ll, eoniparisonsllook bad, but how well do you like Ed, Marion? Ca11 you beat this? "Duke" VVallace didn't make Zllly of the spring parties this year. A "bid" to the Theta party is forthco111ing, llllt he doesn't know it yet. It seems Peg Robinson has settled down Cl don't like that phrasej delinitely to I- M. Underwood CM12 Babe to you!j Wle wish you luck Peg. Caroline Smith a11d Beighley both put that oil is to toil as love is' to hate when answeriiig the question o11 the Carnegie exainination. It is easy to see what they think of. Don Clark a11d Charlotte Merwin are tl'll'0llgl1. It has been a lo11g time, but every- thing CllClS. At present C-lark is dating George Buekham tour no111i11atio11 for the col- lege widowb who is l'Clll1'11l11g to her freshman "steady" Cin the form of Bill Shaefferj for her Spring party. Mary ,lane Anderson gets elevon o'clock permission ll'lOl'C olten now that she is on the student gOVCl'1lHlCl1l'. Speaking of student raekets, we know where we can "swipe" a good dog. lNe nominate ourselves for oblivion. VVC are only saving time and trouble because you will do it for us anyhow CReally this is the funniest thing i11 herej. Look at tl1e pictures of tl1e Glee Club trip. VVhitsett certainly is enjoying his trip. VVhat l1o! stevedore. There is nothing like a tenor for lfllllk carrying. XVhat's this we hear about Miss LeRoy? VVe just pointed out i11 Winter section how she disliked men a11d we hear she is seeing a man quite often. For more oblivion we nominate Mrs. VVoodward because she listens i11 011 telephonic conversations in the Hall and consistently denies it. The Sam Johnson and Kiebort affair is now a triangle. The third angle is Mary Agnes Miller. VVill someone help Sam with his cosines? Mary W'isl1art is making this column too frequently, but a eoluinnist must correct l1is mistakes tnot that Mary is one ol -ll1C:'l'll.J She Cll-'laryl imported a date for l1er party and we were "booming" her affair with one Gilmore. Are we sorry! Notice: The word ailair as used here 111621115 steady company and is not used in the usual and bizarre SCIISC of the word. Thangew too much. I 0111 ' wish we could have a 1lCI'VOllS breakdown too, so someone could "sub" for 5 us. Nothing like a rest now and the11 CVCII if o11e has to be nervous to have it. 9 ,+P get 154 J lay V 2.1 A v :V-N1 . A4 -3- I ,V 5 4 vb uf A X 12' ' 7 P D I ' 12 is Q17 4 F I .Q-. lil ,-fqffl -li new ' r -A ,Q ,,,-v ,fl NIU' 4 X X yt, M? 51 stem . 1 X ' 2 r x : r. : Ar in 199 J' 4 Q aa. .re 5' -4 kj A gpg qw .145 , 55 mx, 1. A v J' t - 6 4 A A1 A s qt I V X 7 ' lq QQ Aff.. -4 s T ' in o'4?g, . U, on 5 O' GD Ja Io- on - .- ilk X , 'I ilk: 0 s ., 9 6 t:-1? . ll. " ilill IC m FEATURES A A Seen In Our Wanderings "Chuck" Stanton and "Kate" Miller Cyou guess which onel quite frequently seen together. Nice couple don't you think. XVayne Hibbs and Betty Ashe. VVell we ask you, isn't that just all right. Serene and Kitty Roos make a nice pair and they agree with us. At least we see them together quite often. Gloeckler and Pringle the long and short of it. Our name for this pair is Ducky a11d NVucky if you like it it's yours we d0n't want it. Goldsmith and "Oke". always on the Rustic bridge. it's the fashion this year. Seen quite often. Oh yes oftener than that and nearly Wfe hear Sally is importing for her Theta party. Oh, well Helen Morrow and Bill Ritts. Although we saw Helen out with Frank Butters CHis middle name is Ellsworthl during leap-week, but then all the better girls date Frank so why.not Helen. Think nothing of it, rest assured we forget it. Ralph Stone and "Katy" Earnest are together a lot although most of you don't see them. Trust old snoop to give you straight "dope", "Eddie" Kemble and "Betty" Blake seem to be hitting it oh' in a fine manner. Wie hope it continues to bloom as well as it budded. "Chuck" Mills, who incidentally takes too long to think while playing bridge, is seen with Cleo. Duffield rather frequently. This is our Hnale, our work is clone Vile hope we have not hurt you, Really writing poetry is more fun, But our idea, if clever, is not new. W'e hope you will fohgive a columnist gone mad And coping with rhyme schemes and meter 'Twoulcl be better if he used what he had And left the results to the reader. If years from now you want to know just who went with who and what and how Pick up this book and read it slow It will tell you as well then as now. -2 S31 env CHE 2 A 57 7 P ra Q, w- 1: w if-Vt ii vp ' i 53 .i.i.NQ2- -1 ,ft ww, xc, FWS I- :Ii QA 200 If tk FEATURES A A I have often witnessed a play in which awkward situations arose and, due to the clumsy conventions of the theatre, were solved or smoothed over in a rather amateurish way. I have devised a plan whereby certain difficulties might be alleviated. My idea is a common method of getting a character off-stage with the least amount of trouble. Some such arrangement as unpacking a bag or better still washing hands. I will give a play which demonstrates this principle. just see how much simpler it is than the con- ventional type of play. AT MRS. COARLANDS DINNER Characters: Mrs. Coarland-A middle class matron. Mr. Coarland-A genial host. Louise Dithridge-A young woman who is liked by all. Carl Swanson-A pleasant dinner guest. George Abercrombie-An old rake. Adele Lauthie-Georges partner for the evening. Butler and maid. Setting:-Mrs. Coarland's formal parlor. As scene opens, Marie, the maid is puttering about in the parlor. Marie: More guests tonight. Goodness, but the Mrs. certainly does put on the dog for these guests. fEnter from the left Mrs. Coarlnnd, dressed for eveningj Mrs. Coarlancl: Marie, is everything ready for tonight? Are the chairs arranged as I said? Marie: Yes mam. Mrs. Coarland: Send James to me and then go wash your hands. tMarie leaves the stage, right. W'e are thus rid of her very neatly and nicely.D Clinter James from rightj Mrs. Coarland: James. - Uames stilfens perceptibly and faces Mrs. Coarlandj Mrs. Coarland: james, there will be only four guests this evening. Admit them to this room and then announce dinner at seven o'clock. James: Yes mam, is that all mam? Mrs. Coarland: Yes, James. Now run off and wash your hands. Clixit James to the left. A short interval during which Mrs. Coarland inspects the room. Then voices off-stage left, and james announces Louise, Carl, Mr. Abercrombie, and Adele. They enter and greet Mrs. Coarlandj Louise: Hello, Charlotte, so glad to see you again. Mrs. Coarland: COIHC in and sit down: we have a few minutes before dinner. tLooks at Louise rather carefully then, looks again. Mr. Coarland enters.l Mr. Coarland: Hello, everybody. Come have a cocktail, George and Carl. Mrs. Coarland: Yes, you boys run off and wash your hands. Cffxit the three men to the right.j Mrs. Coarland: Adele, don't you want to wash up before dinner? Exit Adele. Mrs. Coarland: Louise, I wante dto tell you something. Your- Clinter james, leftj James: Miss Dithridge is wanted on the telephone. tLouise rising and going out left. Soon returns and sits down.j Mrs. Coarland: You have spilled something on your hands. Louise: Oh, that fountain pen must leak. Mrs. Coarland: Oh, just run up and wash them, darling, there is some good soap in the front bathroom. Clfxit Louise, left. As she goes she knocks over a decanter of winej Mrs. Coar-land goes over and picks up the decanter. Looks at her hands which are stained? Mrs. Coarland:Oh, goodness, now I'll have to go and wash. tlixit. left.l The stage is now empty and we must draw the curtain. You see everyone is given an excuse to leave and the action is rather spirited. I think it's a good. idea, don't you? K ' if sets-N 'Y F, v :AA V Q A s gi. I 4 PD YJ " x ,272 P, iw Yi., I , -Q ,gf 'V 7 A ,J 1 5? it I Ai 4 W s ,. li. ,Ml xii, 7171" -'-I Q :php XX , 4 ss Nxt t Txvx- --Q .s H Ni. by ,. ' X X .iv - X l f. 'X , to .nm A ss- .A 201 4 ,J-X JA T + An A5 l '12 'L A ln" M, -: -Q Q Z ,.: sets N9-, JP . 5 4 ,!6 4 A 3 41 I V .' A 7 Q Q4 ff greg. 1569? x px. p .A Q03 x', TQQ L91 JI "- 0 no A -fe an lf' Dc- pG O . l ., 51 . I STUDENT DIRECTORY A A Aikins, Harold Edmund ----- Anderson, Kenneth Beswick Bernard, Martha Evelyn ---E-S Birkner, Ruth ...,...,M,,, Bock, Genevieve Elizabeth Borrison, joseph Aubery ---- Boylan, Laurence C. ..... Brooks, Mildred Ellen --- Bryan, James Purcell .... Buckham, Georgia Aleta -- Butters, Frank Ellsworth --- Cares, Paul Benjamin ..T,.. Chilcote, Russell Quayle --- Clark, Frederick S. ,,.... Cobaugh, Margaret ..,.. Coffin, john W'illian1 ...... Conn, VVillard Phillipps --- Dailey, Myrtis Elizabeth --- ZDCGVLIISC Alvin ohn ' . 1, J U .... Diffenderfer, Anne Louise --- Elliott, Hugh Ernest ...... Feazel, Charlotte A. ..,... Forbes, Howard Eugene -- Fritz, Dorothy Emma ...., Garbark, Robert Michael -- Gardner, Lois Janet ..,..... Gilbert. Harmon Herrick ..... Goll, Helen Ruth ..,............ Greer, Glenn Joseph --- Hammon, Wfilliam D. .... Hanson, Lloyd Herman --- Harper Fred Nlecklinr, r , 4 , , , , J , L K, . -Y Hartman, Andrew Jack .... Hartung, Charles Conner - Hepburn, Isobel Mary .... S-- -N---nu --W- Herr, Margaret David ----- Hershey, Robert Bowman --- Hewitt. Redginal Irving -- Hill, Harry Nash --, ,,-,, Hughes. Eleanor Lois --- Husk, Lois Elizabeth .,...A. Isenbcrg, Robert Henry ..E.,,a. Ish, Norman VVatson ..... jeffords, Albert Clyde ,,.., johnson, George Charles --- Joh nson, Thomas Henderson Seniors ---Ashtabula, O. ----Turtle Creek --------.Farrell -------Avalon ------ ----Erie -------, Tarentum - - ,..,..... .--LeRoy, N. Y. --------Meadville ---Lundy's Lane --------.. Erie -------- Corry ,-- Meadville ---Pittsburgh -- , Geneva ----. Pittsburgh ----,, Coraopolis ----Point Marion --- Olean. N. Y. ------, Saegertoxrn -------,---, Bellevue ------- ---------Cleveland, O, - .... .... C leveland Hts., O. jones, janet -- ..,,..s - .... ---- Kelley, James VVilson .,,.. Klingler, Mary Alice ....z Knorr, Thomas Rodney --- Lavrry, Thomas Frederick --- Lewis, Clifford Merle ----- - Lewis, john Glenn ------- Luckey, Anna Fawcett ..,-... McClay, Edith Viola -----.....-. McCullough. Dorothy Stephens ---- McDowell, Catherine Elizabeth --- fx -rte.1'l-f-""N' --Gt-.n,'f"li- ' ---------- Meadville ----Parnassus - ---- Edgewood -- -- ---.. Ludlow ----Madison, I. --------Beaver - ---- .-- Erie ---Pittsburgh -----Ludlow ---, , Butler ---- --Meadville ---.Beaver Falls --, XYilkinsbnrg ,- Ben Aron -- Johnstown , --. Meadville --- .-- Erie ----Meadville ---- Bradford - ----, Monessen --- North East ------Cyclone --- --Xllirren - Guys Mills - Coudersport --- Pittsburgh ---. Slippery Rock ------ --Meadville ---------Derrick City ---Cambridge Springs ----------Oil City ----------M Sharon ---. Cowansville ---lVilkinsburg ---. Meadville 202 7 .A may 3se,5aJ F, v Erie V arf. 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Braketnan, Robert YVilliam - Brown, Benjamin Ross .... Buchanan, Ruth Irene ---- Bugbee, VVarren Albert ..... Cappe, Dorothy Elizabeth --- Carlson, Litner Bramer --- Carpenter, Herbert Hood --- Cary, Sturges Flagler ...., Charlton, Virginia ....... Clancy, John J. ..,...,.. Clarke, Donald Wallace --- Cole, Aldine Elizabeth --- Cole, Stanley J. ....sc.... Conner, Loran Eugene ..... Corcoran.. Sanford Vlfilliam -- Craig, VViln1ot Russell .... Crook, Harold W'illiam ..... Dennis, Laura Evelyn -- ----- Dennison, Harry Alexander Duffield, Cleo Mary .,..... Earnest, Mary Catherine --- Engle, Gale W'ashington --- Erhard, Gerald Arthur --- Evans, Margaret Emma --- Everett, Vivian Leona .... Fallon, john Henry, Jr. --- Fannin, Lyman Stearns -- Fell, Martha ..... .... Fisher, john Clyde, Jr. --- Fox, Edith Mae ....,.u. Frye, jay Millard, Jr. ..... Gates, Thomas Howard -- Gillen, Edith Marie eo... -, Gordon, NVilliam Francis --- Graham, Russell Wliltred --- Groves, Margaret Carrig --- Grow, X1Villiam Augustus --- Guenther, Xenia Wayta ----- Haberman, George Louis -- Harner, George Sherman -- Harvey, Virginia Alison -- 2 44 -wi- -Tl.n7"-' X? ----Pittsburgli ----------Butler ----------- Bellevue -------Cuba City. XVis. ----.Jamestown N. Y. ------------Meadville ----- Salem, Mass. ----.- Pittsburgh ---.Ashtalnila, O. ------, Meadville ,-- ...o. -Bruin --- ..ee,,..., Erie - ..,., .---XVest View ------- Beaver --- Saegertown - .,-.-,, Erie ----.---------W Erie ----,, .------. Meadville ---- Jamestown, N. Y. -----------Pittsburgh ------------XYarren ----- --t Meadville ---.Corning, N. Y. --------. Meadville ---- --. Meadville ----- Detroit, Mich. -----Tuckahoe, N. Y. -----,. -,Meadville ---- Elwood City .. -. Dormont --- Elmira, N. Y. ----- -- Lisbon. O. ----Conneaut Lake ---- Punxsutawney - -.--- --, Erie -----Meadville ---------Beaver ---. Curwensville --- Tarentum ---, Union City ------.Salein, Mass. --, - ------ . Bradford ---- Hackensack, N. il. ---- ---------Sharon ---. New Kensington -, ----- -Homer City ------Coudersport ---Meadville ------- Ingram --.Guys Mills -------Wlarren ----Duke Center ---. Silver Creek ----. Duquesne --, Duquesne --, Cochranton 204 W 9 lb .ir rt M YL V SQA ny. ,, QE 4 vb S 43, i 7 n A, . A ff? ' ia S AL D l xl g 1" L ' ,S , l K' , l if :Zi T i rl X x .f -1 A 7 Q 4 4. A gl 1 411921 sqitx lg' l 4 lr 43 sei gr is STUDENT DIRECTORY A Hershelnmn Jael Cvorden Hoffman Geo1ge Stewart Hoifman George XV'lSl1l1lgtO11 Hopkins Helen Brxdford Horn W1ll1a111 Ferry Hunter X7Vlll1'Il11 Albert Johnston VV1ll1am Chauncey jones Harruet Crawford lxhexn Cl'nence Howard Khcla IK'lI'l Klmgensmnh Marg C,ltllC1ll1C Ixnapp Gwendolyn I muse Koehler Wlllnelt I1redr1cl kuhnert Vlfmlma Florl Ixulz Charles Matson Larson NVallace Brecht LHl1l:l:6l1bL1FgC1 Howard Raymond Laum Lee Lleuellvn Jr Lxnmger Ruth Anne NleC'utne5 George August John McClelland Allce Evelyn Nmsell Innes Alfred Vlarch Carey Ellsworth Malleel Clarl Laxuenee Nlarl s Douglas Kexth Massmg Harry Ilvelett 'Vlerwn Charlotte Mernll 'Nlxllhohf Kathaune Anna Nlltchell Alan Lute Nelson Mane Dune Norms Mabel Loulse Parl er Henrv 1-'ClCl1l1?iHCl Poole Chlrles Henry Pore Harrv Ross JI PYICC Reese Melvm I Ru Charles Iloxd Ru Donna Avonelle Rltts Nxflllldlll Llllott Robblee Franl lm Archlbald Roush Gam VV11l1an1 Rtunberger Ceorge Glen Russell Ruth Ida Qchwmrtz Clirence John SClXlCC Jane Emma 'Slum Alberta Elxzabeth Sl'1U1T121l1 Mlry F Slnnler Clare Lolnse Smlth Carolx 11 Mae St1e1okas Beatrice Genevreve Stanton Chules Campbell Jr Staples Ruth Isabella Stewart Ixathrx n Amta 'inndbacl Ruth Marg1l Sutter G Tdward Thompson Harry Campbell Turner Ollver Ldmonds Ungerman Iwelfe Ancel XVHITC Kmghton V'u1Buren VVallace Dox le Hagerty Vlfallaee James Ffllldfd W1llmg Henuettl Grrce lV'1lsh Dances Maw O11 Cny Guvs Mill Oal dale Ahqtnppa Llaxrlon Sharpsx llle Dormont Frxe Reno Pltlilillfill New Kensrnglon Nleadulle Alblon Natrona Tarentum Brool sion Russell DClTlCli Cltv Qharon Edgexx ood Meadvllle Neu BI'lglll.011 Jeffelson O Zeheuople Worcester Mass Erle Trle JOl'11'l'3tOVll1 Worcester Mass Ithaca N X WHFICII Stoneboro Ruffsdwle Monessen Youn stoxxn O Meadwlle kellettx rlle Butler Salem Mass Bloonnng Vallev Nlel lewlle Cattaraugus N X An1t1 Sharon Me ldV1llC Pxttsbm gh New Bethlehem Avalon DuBoxs Pmttsburgh Cll'lC1llll'i'E1 O Bellevue Meadvllle Bellevue Sharon Plttsburgh NNlll11CI'Cllllg Monessen B100lV1llC Qharon Lue Indlanl WVIBGJ A A Elf 7' fx Q4-1 1.-Q.:-f' D ' I K A X .5 L , c .......... ...... - -- ............... 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A 17 jf . 0 L 6 4 A a V - 1 of f , rg. .eg iiiftfw .Ph ,WI il A-1 9 X X w'., 345 -15 o -fo an an D 1- c L -1 Say W' f If . 45 .x l A I NX STUDENT DIRECTORY A VVattcrson, lfValter NVilliam .... VVhite, Alexander Deemer --- VVhiting, Elizabeth Irene -- Woocl, Arthur xxyllllillll --- Anderson, Mary jane ...... Avery, Frank Elwood ...,... Bartholomew, Cecil Eugene .... Bass, Barbara lrVebster -- Battaglia, Francis VVilliam --GEE- Bittler, John I. .H.H........ ,...,. Bliss, XfVilber Agnew, Ir. --- Bloom, Martha jane ....... Bogardus, Kenneth Orville --- Bortz, Adam Franklin ..... Brown, Manson Francis .... Brown, Marian Elliott -- Brnggeman, Ednamae ---- Bunner, Grace Luzerne -- Campbell, Edwin Lewis -- Chester, Emmalee Jane -- Church, XVilliam Farr -- Clark, Marian NVard --- Clawson, Gail .....,... Cole, Kathryn Louise --- Cole, Robert Ray ..... Conover, Phoebe Jane ---- Crawford Arthur Mead --- Crowe, janet Louise --- Davy, Kathryn Ailene -- Day, Dorothy ..L.,...,..... L...,. Demrnler, Martha Louise -- DeNoon, Daniel Adam --- Deutsch, john Edward --- Dunlap. Dorothy Holmes -- Engroff, john VVilliam --- Ewing, Fred Leland ....... Fees Mary Jane ........ - ..., Ferraraccio, Ponziano Pilato Fleming, janet Lucille ..... Francis, Garnet Paul, Jr. --- Frobese, Ruth Ida ,...... Frost, Edwin Daniel .... Fry, Helen Herzog .... Fuller, Dale Edward ..,, Fulton, Elzear Luella ----- Gaylor, Paul Franklin ..,... Goldsmith, Sally Elizabeth --- Grant, George Paul ....,. Gratz, Lois Mae ...... Greer, Grace Emily .... Gregg, Ronald Eugene --- Ham-er, Edward .......z. Hazen, Genevra Anne ...... Helfrich, Frank Radack --- nj-x, 7 Y- le io !5z,1-3? --'li-h 1-4?.p9"v M -------Kane ----Brookville ---- M eadville ---Pittsburgh ----Turtle Creek -----------Erie ----Conneaut. O. ----Swissvale ---- Meadville ----Meadville -----Beaver ----Monessen ----Guys Mills ----Greensburg -----Franklin ---Brookville -----Pittsburgh ----Dravosburg ------Petrolia -----Sharon --------. Meadville -- .z.. H..- C oraopolis ------------Mieadville Rochester. N. Y. -----------. Franklin ------Meadville -----Pittsburgh ----Meadville -------Butler ----.. Pittsburgh ----Allison Park ------Meadville ----Meadville --------Mars -----Pittsburgh - ------- Lorry ------Kant' -------- DuBois ---------Meaclville ---Alexandria. Ya. ---------Mcadville ----Fredonia, N. Y. - ------ Smethport ----Springboro -------Clearfield ---------Meadville -Dunkirk. N. Y. ------Ben Avon -----Pittsburgh ---------Erie -------Butler ----Uniontown ---New Castle ----Titusville Y' -'lf 'ivvfffdl 'f' :GB V 334 v 15- 4 . 2 VD 4 uf A .4 sf ,,! 4 7 A A, z fe 21 I Q7 . in I , I ,,1,l ' W , I glflfm fb -JA t A v .gl . O L' es f . kt S. If 1 f V 1 A 7 Q ...as f -4f'Q:a Aglif WV? 03" -vtvativ 1 i' v' '56 ..-st., V559 93691, A F a 9 0:4 0 an an av.. U Y ., Q - '- o gi . a ., A 6. . T lt -eg I K STUDENT DIRECTORY A A Henry, Betty Louise -.. .... - Hershelman, VVilliam Lee --- Hill, Donald Okey ....,.. Hinchberger, Paul Albert --- Holman. Jean Leona ,,.H,. I-lolsinger, Dorothy Villette -- ----- Hood, Frances Virginia .... Hoos, Harriet Elizabeth .... Houck, Earl E. .......... Hughes, Arvilla Jane ....,, Johannesmeyer, Ruth Ida L- Johnson, Kenneth Theodore .... ae- ----,Tarentum ,,auOi1 City --,-Oil City -----Butler --------Erie ,-a,Coraopolis -------Meadyille -----Dravosburg L--WLLLLLLDIIBOIS -----Punxsutawney - ..........a, Meaclville --Jamestown, N. Y. Johnston, Vtfaldo F. ,......,. ...,,aa... C ocln-anion Kagy, Joseph Archer ....... Kernble, Edward Ernest .... Kent, Robert Free ....,,.,, Kiebort, Frederick Charles - - .a.a.a,....., Meadville Kirkland, Elizabeth Beatty -- sz-- Kohn, Earl James ....a.... Larson, VVilda Elizabeth --- Leipold, Francis Gordon --- Lemon, Grace Jeannette --- Liebendorfer, Judd Miles no McBride, Karl Ross .----.. - McCalmont, Mary Catherine Mains, Dorothy Isabelle ..a,.. Maloney, Max Bacon ,.... - Maynard, George Albert --, Meadowcroft, Melvin Richard -----z-z--zzDuBois as .L.., -Eric z-,--Meadville , o,.....,... Bellevue Bemus Point, N. Y. ----------Brookston , ,,,,......... DuBois --------.. Mclieesport -----,,Elln'ood City - --LGlenns Falls, N. Y. -- ,.-,-...,.... Franklin -,,---------- Arnold -----Meadville ----- -L-a,,--,-Saegertown ---- ,e,z-a---------TraFford MiClilC, Glenn Phelps ..a.LL... ,,.. C ambridge Springs Miller, Franklin Moore ..... Miller, Virginia Jane .,.., Morrow, Helen XVinifred --- Murphy, James Howard --- Murray, Donald Earle --, Myers, John A. ,...,,..., Nichols, Charles Xhlilliam -M Olson, Wfilliam Howard -.--- Page, Elinore Mae ..,...,. Palmer, Robert Noyes --- Perry Margaret Mae -- Pogue, Jack Study ...,... Porter, James Richard --- Powell, Marcus Burch .... - Prather, Marion Adelaide .... Pratt, Russell Bartholomew Quinn, Richard Kevin ...... Raleigh, Lola Nell .,...,.., Ralston, Grace Magill .... Ream, Dorothy Nell .... Reis, Robert Grey -.,a,,a. Rice, Kenneth VVilliam W- Rickard, Helen Elsa .... Ritts, Elizabeth ........,. Robinson, Margaret Earl -- Robinson, Richard Elliott --- Rouzer, Mary Jane ......,. Sanzenbacher, Myrtle z...... Schmitt, Arthur XVilliam, Jr. Sebring, James Kenneth .... Shaffer, Sara Alene ........ Shindledeeker, Lynn Ardell Slacum, Virginia Stout ....... - ..,a,,L.-... hflcatlville W- ------- M eadville -----Union City -,,zCurwensville --------Meadville -a,---,--Pittsburgl1 ----Lakewood, N. Y. ,z,a,,Youngsville -,----Conneaut, O. -----Ashville, N, Y. -,---u----Meadville ---------------T-rafford ----Cambridge Springs -----HC111lOCli, N. Y. ----,,aa,Etlgen'ood -------Pittsburgh --,----DuBois ---,--,-,Indiana -------h'Vlllil1lSllllfg ----ss-,,,Brookvillc --Frewsburgf, N. Y. LM--- --z---------Meadx-illc --,,, --,--,,Mercer -------Titusville ----Evanston, Ill. ,- .zz.... Bolivar ------sze,--,Mars ---,,-e--,eBellevue ----Madison, N. J. ---s,----Oil City ----u--Erie ------,Erie -,,VVarren xi s H1 .er rt 1 Y- 5 V AA V Q . A 1 Q. I: 5 4 " vf X U itll I g fr ' A ,I z ' IZ 5. ,Z 4 W I I: I : I- ,-ffffl in new ' iw ,439 X X SSS' stew. X Xxx A ' 'N- - 11 Q .. r, - 53 t ,,, , , . i f N r , X X N . S' , I, ttf s --.- QA FA- Q 4 -fi I E ,ysvfl mar f , v 3. , , its ...T Q -Q -JA 1 A ny JD i - O L A S 4, Q , V . A . .411 Q 'ivii Spyw- il' rl' 'l',':Q' 1 x Y-' .'2"5 41 ,I in od A 'D Ja on - o L . 4 . .1 ga . .0 x X STUDENT DIRECTORY A A Smith, David Archibald, Jr. -- Smith, Larue Free .......... Smith, Mary Eleanor ....... Smith, Samuel Harwood .... Starke, Lois Jean ...,..... Stevenson, Eleanor Berry Stoops, Rosmer Glenn .... Strott, Anna Elizabeth .... Swartzwelder, James B. -- Teaman, Paul Albert ....... Thomas, Harry James, Ir. -- Titsler, Helen Jessie ..,.. ,- Travis, Ruth Ann ...,... Unverzagt, XVilliam K. --- Utley, jack Denton ..... Vanarnan, james Earl ...,. Vanliirk, Sarah Elizabeth Vollmer, Floyd Stanley --- YVaid, VValter Dee ........ Wltlker. Helen Isabelle --- VValker, Norman Brice -- Williaiiis, XValter John --- VVishart, Mary Louise .... Wfoodward, Williaiii Carl --- VVright, Marion Ruth ..... Yeany, Elizabeth Rinker --- Young, Archie Rae ...... - Anderson, Frank Milfred ..., Anderson, Mildred Jane -- Andrews, VVinifred I. --- Angove, Ieral Leo .... Ashe, Betty Heeter ,.e., Ashe, Fred Ross, Jr. .....,. Bail, Richard Nelson .... Bain, James Barnes --- Bair, Frances Marian .... Banker, Mae ......e........ Bartbelrger, Charles Louis Bassett, Kathryn ......... Beach, Elizabeth Jane -- Beet, Phyllis Ann ....... Berger, Charles VVi1lard --- Bittler, Jessie Mary ..s.. Blair, Jane .............. Blake, Betty VVeller ....... Blaner, Raymond Joseph --- Blower, VVilliam Daniel --- Boobyer, Nancy Mohan .... Bortz, Donald Wforcester --- Bortz, Jane ........,,,.... Bowser Ira David 'x 1 Jr' --- Boyd, john Madison .... Bramer, Phyllis Elaine ..s.... Bright, Elizabeth Cameron .. i ,, I ---BQ?" M Freshmen --- ,,-,. ..... X Varren Niagara Falls. N. Y. ------------ Saegertown ---------------Beaver ----Pittsburgh ---jersey Shore ------Kittanning ------------Erie ----Connellsville -----Braddock ----- Bellevue ---Meadville ----Ford City ----Pittsburgh -----Tarentum ----Lisbon O. ----------Bellevue -------Clayton, N. I. ----Jamestown, N. Y. ------------Bellevue -------Guys Mills ----Braddock ------Sharon -----Monessen ---Karns City -------Meadville ---Turtle Creek ----Jamestown, N. Y. ----------Brookville --------------Erie --------Akeley --------Bellevue --------Kittanning -----Conneautville - ----.-- Pittsburgh ---Cuba City. W'is. ------ Pittsburgh ------Pittsburgh --------Swarthmore ----------Perrysville ---Dobbs Ferry, N. Y. -- -- Homestead Park -----------M-eadville -------------DuBois ----- Cleveland Hts., O. --------------Sharon ----Pittsburgh ------Pittsburgh -----Greensburg ----Pittsburgh --- Reynoldsville ----S. Brownville --------Sheffield ----------Erie 208 A. 9 A-if wlul v V' FAA Kg Zim V ibn A xp 7 3 4 vb S' A X 91 W7 A-1 7 A .4 . I "A A4 22 E AU' " 61-'J ll ffl' " 3, 'T ,Q M Evil, - -'ll X STUDENT DIRECTORY A IX Broun Dana LHIIICI Brown Frank D'1xId Brx ant Lettd Loulbe Campbell L1nIly Stevmrt C'nver John C1lx1I1 ClaI k V VlarI,LIeI Ite Cl1Ile Rxchaxd Guthue Cohen Mix Cooper Rosemarx Je'1n Corbln Hugh Band Corcoran john Cort Nevm Augubtme JI Coulee Clan' James Crabbs Robext Nhtchell Cravx ford Acheab Ruth Crxchton Howard Cochran Cutshall Robert Gordon DISIICI Ilne Lomse DIVICISOIT RobeIt Snnth Davls qamh Ann Dean Delos Fred Dennnlu Dmothw Je1n Dentler RICIIHYCI Anuann DeVoIe Rodnex XX alter Marsh Ne Ieffexson O Mcadvllle SpIrtInQlnIII, P1ttsbIIrI.,h Beuu Mt PleIs'IIIt Illlll-fllll I Yor LIII 'N X Mt Pleuant NVHITCH O Dormont Mt Pli,1b'll1I1 5115211 CIOVC P'IIIIesvIlle O PIt'IQbnIgh NIlCll'll'lLl COCI'lI"'l11fO1'l 1 e VVIrren Rane Meadvxlle Alhson P'Ill'x VV nun Meadxllle .5- 'F tv I' 4 N A 7 A Q 4 + All t F 1530 It 4-J L fi'-Q .P 'I Duff Clarmsa Jane DULIdfQ Jael Thompeon Dulklars XRIIIIJUI' I Edwards John Edxxarde RobeIt Iugene Eleher V11 glllla Elder Paul Raxnlonel Tngh h CCIZIICIIIIC Mime I I'lClCSOl'l juhus OIIVCI Tml 14011156 VV2ldCl11N5lIOl1 Tlshel kenneth F1 edIIch Gard Fornrln Ollve Mae Torlebt Ffdlllxllll Causforcl Cirdner C elb lCl1 CJIIIUOTL Vance Tdxxard Robmson Fclwxdul R1chard Mqclgc Lorene Phlllp Delmont john Powell jr Clase Marx Anna EIIZZIIJCII1 L lecl lu M1ldred I omse Cormg Robert Francs Gran Jane Rosevear Creen Furl L Hagan Chaxles Henrx Hannlton Robut Cox Hannum Robert P Hankms jane I'I'UXk11l5 Tom Collew Helmstadter john Mlchlel Hlbbs WHNIIC Albert H111 Dav1d YValkLr II HIll F Ehzabeth Holden R1el1'Ircl Ernest T-Iutclnson HaIrIet lIOl'Cl1C'ld Hxde FrI11ces Nelhc Jackson Robert Dovle .Ines ChesteI Bovd Johnson Samuel XVCIIUXOYII1 New CIQIIL UIJIJCI D'nbx McIdvIlle Lmlenton Lmlenton Nlt Lebmon New Instle AQJLIIV P'1rl N I Ashulle N X PIIISIBLIFLII New Castle Clcvelxnd HIS O Q'IeL,ertoIIn Hlrlstonn Saltsbum Clucora New Clstle I.V'll'lS Cm CIIIftoI McDonald Pll"ESlJLll'gl'l Corrw Mckeeepoxt Me1dvIlle xV1ll1HlU'SDOI'l. 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" I f. ex . ' . . ' ' ' -- IE. ,- 'v- I '. ,UQ . II. . .Ju f . '.'. '. I I . - . . .' Z f-I .. . ,vnu ff v .II . I . I .I I III ,riff SEQ re, 1 4 QI b we-ber If ?f""vI-I- II ..I',."g'f" ' . . -,x- - :-2 I. . , v!fI"aII 5 TIS' .IF 7? ll .Iv - I, ,I vb. P E-.f -4.24- I., .,,. I K 371155 XI , ,,'I 4, V120 f 7411, if 3- r - v : - ' I , QIKIA - , I.r'fI 1: ,JI ,fI1,44,, 'wt gi - we ,s I, , 4 fd lx A' 'Alf C. 9 14 lil ' ' 'ik -Wrap-H - -rf Ze L 8 y. 43A 1. A 7 .i . l O L 6 e f V vi A wi it Mrk. 914,55- 'lt N in ,R I I 'fi-2 045 it ll, 6 or vli J an U V- Q sc 0 , .r p I K STUDENT DIRECTORY A Johnston, Catherine Lucile -- Johnston, John J. ....,.... Jones, Elliott Rodger Y... Joslin, Ernest James ...., Keck, lfVarren Roth, Jr. -- Kelley, Emma Marguerite -- Kelley, George Earl ...... Kelley, Jean Aleathe ..... Kennedy, Xvilliam Blair - Kiebort. Mary Jane .... Krider, Robert Arthur -- Kuney, Homer S. .T.T Kutz, Laura Espy .T.. Laliorde, Max lfVard .... Lauer, l'Villian1 Henry ---- Laughrey, Norman Henry Lavier, Wfilliam Henry -- Leadbeater, Kenneth Greenhalgh Lehman, Donald Leroy .......,. Lindsey, Virginia Burns ........ Lomangmo, Thomas Francis .... Longo, Mario ,,.....T..,,.... Loyal. Harold VV. ----------- Lnbic, John Albert --.....- Lucatorti, Victor Vincent -- Lunn, Hugh Nextel- .,.,..... Mcljain, Sally ......,,..T.,.., McDermott, LaVaughn Mary -- Mclilhaney, Margaret Marian -- McGranahan. Sarah Elizabeth --- McKim, Samuel John .,....... Maloney, Milton Charles ..... Manley, Mary Elizabeth --- Marrs, Dorothy Jean T... Martin, Myra Jane .v...... Masman. Henry Joseph ve,r Maxwell, Ruth Elmira -- Maytum, Robert J. .... ..-- - Mervine, Jane Strine ..,.,. - .... Miller, Catharine Garst --- Millcr, Charles Henry --- Miller, Jane Kathryne --- Miller. Mary Agnes -.... -- Miller, VVesley Goodone --- Minch, Anna C. ...., --- Morgan, Roger Gerald -- Morris, Ferne Lucille -. ...... Murray, Thomas Valicius --- Mutton, Mary Esther .,..ee Naylor, Charles Luzier, Jr. -- Neff, Betty Louise ....,,.. Oakleaf, Maria Katherine --- Olmstead, Edwin Harrison -- Olson, Norman ....a ------- Pauling, Frances D. ------- Perkins, Helen Stephens --- Peterson, VVarner G. ------- Pharmer, Mary Elizabeth --- A -----Butler -------Farrell -----------Sharon ----Lundys Lane ------Greenville -----Mt. Jewett -------Mt. Jewett ---------Blairsville -----Bridgeport, O. -----------Meadville --------------Meadville --Seneca Falls. N. Y. --- ----- ------ Bellevue --- ---------- DuBois ----Sharon --------Moore -----Meadville ---Meadville --------Meadville ---------------Butler ------Brooklyn, N. Y. ---------------Meadville -----Pleasant Plains. lll. ------.McKees Rocks New York City, N. Y. - --------- -. Shinglehouse ------Youngstown, O. ---------- Meadville ----Hartstown ----- ------ lxane ----XYilkinsburg -----Meadville ------ ---- Pittsburgh -- --------- ----.- I Lrie ----------------Bellevue -----Silver Creek, N. Y. -----------Greensburg --- Fredonia, N. Y. -- --..--. Sheffield --------Reading ---- Falls Creek -----------Butler ------------ ---Erie ----Ashyille, R. X. -------Coraopolis -----------Erie -----Spartansburg ------Brookville ----Emporium ------Derry ---------Pittsburgh ------------Titusyillc ----Hamburg, N. Y. ----Madison, N. J. --------Meadville ---------Pittsburgh ----Wlilloughby. 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KEIM PRINT SHOP OUR 20th ANNIVERSARY 1912 - 1932 4 tnut Street Over Fahr St Hartman 55 facial Hardware : Stoves z Paints and Oils Plumbing 1 Heating 274 CHESTNUT STREET IN S U Your Fwr Coat Your Personal Belongings If it'5 Insurance---We Sell lt! Gelviu, jackson SL Starr CRAWFORD COUNTY TRUST BUILDING Phone 40 The Studio of WC S R KURT C. GLAUBACH MEADVILLE'S LEADING STUDIO Meaolfvillek Most Popular Banquet Rooms Hotel Kepler 215 J. S. Hotchkiss 81 Bro. Co. WHOLESALE .GROCERS 144 MEAD AVENUE - MEADVILLE, PENN A DISTRIBUTORS SUNNY S-UE CANNED VEGETABLES This Book Printed By The Tribune Publishing Co. Meadville, Pennsylvania Drs. W. C. and C. C. Dunn 'T DENTISTS iq' Corner Arch Street and Park Avenue b 216 GREEN SL BAKER General Electric Authorized Home Appliance Dealer Pure Manufactured Ice Office 954 Market St., Phone 101 Ice Plant Cold Storage Phone 634-R nn HlAUYll.ll N mms: warn: fvmympygnrf A. L. BALLINGER Co. 'Phe REXA LL Drug Store Sheaffer Life-Time Fountain Pens and Pencils Johnson Sz. Liggett's Candies Corner Water and Chestnut Streets ' Meadville, Penna THE STORE OF REAL VALUES, FEATURING Footwear for the Fastidious VAL J. LEO E COMPA Y OPPOSITE LAFAYETTE HOTEL 217 ' l U'-JAAL-4.gAL-At.,.a,.L..J,..LeAo,...LA Pay a Fair Price ancl Demantl Your Money's Worth In Clothes, as in everything else, there is a price limit below which d g 0 go. Many men hav d d h f h m- 1 by b y g 1 w priced clothing. 17 17 Qui F. G. PRENATT CC v-v V-V i1! Hotel Rifuersicle A Resort of High Quality, Open the Year Round Fine Ball Room Amusement Hall Tennis Courts Eighteen Hole Qolf Course Cgray Mineral Spring Thermal Baths William Baird SL Son Company Cambridge Springs, Pa. g..q...ng.....g..g..g..g..g..qu ..g..g..g.... 218 EBBEBBBEBEBEBBBEEPEEBEB EI ESGGQSGGGSQSGSQSESQSGSG aldand Beach Hotel and Dance Pier CONNEAUT LAKE, PA CATERING TO COLLEGE PARTIES A SPECIALTY DELIGHTFUL DINING ROOM COZY LOBBY for DANCING Hotel Open May I Oct I NEW EIGHTEEN HOLE GOLF COURSE ALL SUMMER AMUSEMENTS Danczng at the New Pzer every Wednesday and Saturday dnrzng May and june ForInformat1on Concernmg Rates Etc Address D L McGu1re 2 I 9 . A o . 4 . , .7 .. gsx-'xx-xgv-xx-xx-xx-xvxv-xx-xvs l'1l7l'7l'7l'7l'7I'7f7l'1I'7UI7f7 4131.1 LIL-IL-ILIAIL-IL-IL! uvxuuuxuxaquuu Bates' Music House FINE PIANOS, RADIUS, RECCDRDS SHEET MUSIC I jill I Gibson Guitars - Tenor Banjos - Mandolins Everything in Music We have enjoyed the patronage of Allegheny College for over Thirty Years I I r Our Motto is Q al'ty nd S r 1 e IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII Illlllll lllllllll IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIlllllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII IllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII Of Cowrse . . . Om' Next Dance Will Be At Hotel Conneaut CONNEAUT LAKE - PENN'A Less Than 30 Minutes Drive From Allegheny College The Place You Want to RefVisi1: 220 O0O000000CJ0000000000C30QCJQCBCBOOQOOOOOOCBOOQOOQCBCJQOOQQOOOCBOOOOQQ c , D O D fc: 9 5 v fri 1 H031 E spew 552 U S v l 2 x 4 R " Ng-5"?J-"E 14' I "Q ' ip ix D G l. lla-'32,1'!j H I 35 F EE ' 'E-3 44 9 C: ty ' rf o G ,f I D G ,l V. I D G W N . f D Q 31 Years of Service,-Providing the home furnish- :Q S ings needs of this city and the surrounding com- 3 Q: munity. There is a sincere eifort on our part to 5 3 deserve th1s continued support and to that end 3 Q We have continually held to the triple test in all 8 Q merchandise sold from this store. 3 5000CDQOOQOQOGQQCJOCBQOQCJOCBOCBO 000000UOUCJUUUOUUCJOOOUOUUOUOO 0000001 UUUU O C D S S g Special contract rates for col- 8 S lege Fraternities or Sororities 8 3 011 furnishings estinmtes. . . . 9 D G D C D 3 . 9 V 3 Q . 4 y S 3 Furniture, Rugs, Linoleums, Draperies, Stoves, Electric Appliances 3 G D OOUUUUOOOUUOUU00000CUOUUUUUOOUOOOUQJUUUOUUUUUOOOUOUOOUUUUUUUQ 221 Whitehillk Dairy Products and Ice Cream Groceries and Sandwich Fillers Fruit Punch, Bowls and Glasses EVERYTHING for the PARTY Ope E ings Corner Park Avenue and Baldwin Streets DEPEN DABLE BUS SERVICE West Ridge T ransp. Co. Phone 168 Have Your PHOTOGRAPHS Made at The STANTON STUDIO E MQHMMQUR MMQ ACADEMY THEATRE MEADVILLE THE PERFECT SOUND THEATRE EWEifEi+Ei'E'i'E'ilEWEWE'i 3HurInng'n Allrghvng 311111 LUNCHES and CONFECTIONS CORNER LooM1s AND NORTH MAIN STREETS QUALITY MEATS at NIICHEIJS 346 North Street if 57 i l i 1 i l I se Ll.s, Having spent the last few years either on or in close Contact with the local Campus we feel that we are better able to fill the needs of the College man. CID IJ Hart Scliajfner 6? Marx Clothes Melton Hats Icle Shirts Wilson Bros. Furnishings fa Karl K. Srnock Clothing and Fimiislmings 241 Chestnut Street Meaclville, Pa. 224 ERIE - ENQIQAVINQ co- - an 611q10V111q i11SfifUf1011 devofed fo the mavrtfacfupeof 1,101 9 1111 111 glcnfes F01 schogl publicahons ERIE 1-mx mam, 1 'x 1 A, Y.. .pr


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