Franklin and Marshall College - Oriflamme Yearbook (Lancaster, PA)
- Class of 1917
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Text from Pages 1 - 284 of the 1917 volume:
TIIE JUNIOR CLASS OF
FRANKLIN AND MARSHALL COLLEGE
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Integer vitae scclerisque purus
Non egel Mauris iaculis nequc arcu
Nec venenaiis gravida sagiltis,
The above lines fit our most highly
respected and dearly beloved
to whom we respectfully dedicate this
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RUF. APPLE is an alumnus of Franklin and lVIarshall College of the
class of '78, After graduation he continued his studies in the
Tlieological Seminary. In 1880 he was asked to take charge of the depart-
ment of natural science in Palatinate College of ltflycrstown, Pa., now Al-
bright College. After three years teaching here, he was o1'dained as pastor
of a charge in Bedford County, Pa., following which he served Grace lNIis-
sio11 in lVashington, D. C., and congregations in Catawissa and in Bedford,
Prof. Apple always felt a deep interest in the sciences, especially the
mathematical. During his student. course, the mathematical department
having become somewhat disorganized on account of changes taking place,
he pursued l1is mathematical studies privately, and at one time took charge
of a part of the mathematical instruction in the college. The study of
astronomy early engaged his interest and was carried on as a recreation
during the twenty-five years he served i11 the pastorate. During this time
he was with the Franklin and Marshall eclipse expedition which Dr. J. E.
Kershner headed in Centerville, Virginia, where he secured photographs of
the total solar eclipse with an apparatus of his own construction.
When, on account of its increasing development, the department of
physics and astronomy was divided and the department of astronomy or-
ganized in 1907, l.'rot. Apple was called to take charge of the latter and
became director of the Daniel Scholl Observatory. In this position he has
shared with Prof. Kcrshncr, his predecessor, the teaching of mathematics
in the college.
In the 1lClll1llllSlI'2ll.l0l1 of the observatory he has followed the policy of
cultivating a limited field thoroughly rather than attempting a large work
which limitations of time would prevent receiving adequate attention.
The work of the observatory has been concentrated upon keeping a record
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of changes taking place upon the planet Jupiter, and also the measurement
of double stars. The work of the observatory has received recognition in
Europe, where special note of its observations and drawings has been taken
in the Journal of the British Astronomical Association, of which Prof.
Apple is a member. He is also a n1en1ber of the Anlerican Astronomical
Society and a fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of
He was married in 1884- to 1VIiss Ada Krebs, the daughter of Prof. VV. E.
Krebs, formerly professor of mathematics in Franklin and Nlarsllall College.
Mrs. Apple died in 1910.
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The evil we do lives after us,
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lVe have interred our good parts in this book.
T herefore, in scanning what is here set down,
Knowing our foremost wish to lic
To please all readers and especially ye.
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Seitz, Rev. A. S. IVvI1er. Henry S. IViIIiaI.mson.
DISCIPLINE-George D. Rolmlm, Vlmrles II. Iiamker, J. W. II. IIILIISIIIILII, I.. II. Km-ipvr. Ilon
George Kunkel, Clmrles I". NI
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Ilager, A. C. Kepler, C. F. Miller. J. A. Nzulnum.
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James Slmml, Col. II. C. 'I'rcxIer, Henry S. II'IIIIu.mson.
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HENRY IIARBAUGII APPLE, A.M., lJ.D., LIAD., President of the College
upon the George F. .Baer Foundation, Residence, 4411 College Avenue.
JEFFERSON E. ICERSIINICR, Plijll., Professor of Mathematics and Physics,
Residence, 4-4-5 XV. Chestnut Street.
GEORGE FULME11 MULL, A.lVl., I.i'Lt.D., Professor of the Latin Language and
Literature, Residence, 431 YV. James Street.
RICHARD CONRAD SUlIlIClJ'l', A.M., Ph.D., Sc.D., The B. F. Fackentlial,
Jr., Professor of Natural Science Qlliology and Geologyjg Residence,
1043 vVllC2ll.l2llld Avenue.
ANSELM V1NE'r HIEs'rEn, A.lVl., Sc.D., Professor of Political and Social
Science, Residence, 320 Race Avenue.
CLARENCE NI'1W'IN IIELLEE, A.M., Professor of Greek, Residence, Q30
IIERBERT IIUEBENER BECK, A.C., Proiessor of Chemistry and Mineralogy,
Residence, Y. BT. C. A. Building.
A. THOMAS G. APPLE, A.M., Professor of Mathematics and Astronomy,
Residence, Q37 Lancaster Avenue. .
H. M. J. ICLIGIN, Pli.D., Audenried Professor of History and Archaeology,
Residence, 548 W. James Slreel..
VICTOR WILLIAM IDIPPICLL, PILD., Professor of Modern Languages, Resi-
dence, 563 XV. xvitlllllll Street.
JOIIN NEVIN Sclm1+:11'1"1-ZR, B.l,i1t., Oxon.. Professor of Classics' Residence
Q5 S. West End Avenue.
IIOWARD BRISTOL GROSE, Jr., A.M., Professor of Englishg'Residence
351 W. lValnut Street.
CHARLES EDYVARD BIEYERS, A.M., Professor ol' English and German
Residence, Hamilton Apartments.
TREO. F. IJERMAN, A.M., D.D., Psychology: Residenee,4-4-0 College Avenue
W ILLIAM EDWIN VVEISGERBER, Pl1.M., Assistant in the Chemistry Depart
lllCIl'tQ Residence, 383 Nevin Street.
GEORGE HERBERT ZELLERS, A.B., Assistant in the Biological Department
Residence, 14-3 E. James Street.
lCmv.xRn IIENRY Bl-IRGER, BS., Assistant in the Biological Department
Residence. 526 YV. Frederick Street.
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Senior examinations ......................... . . .May 1-5
Anniversary of Goetliean Literary Society .... .... M ay5
Senior vacation begins ..................... .... M ay 8
Anniversary of 1,lilgI10tlllIlIl Literary Society. . . . . .lVIay 12
Ascension Day--Holiday ................... .... J une 1
Junior Oratorieal Contest at 7:30 p. m... .... June 3
Baccalaureate Sunday ................. .... . Tune 4
Advisory Council of Alumni at 10 a. ni.. . ..
Meeting of the Board of Trustees at Q p. m.. .
Class Day exercises at 3 p. m. ........ .
Fraternity and Class Reunions ........
Literary Society Reunions at 10 a. ln...
Meeting of the Alumni Association at 11 :30 a. m..
Alumni Luncheon, Campus, at 12:30 p.
Annual baseball game, Athletic Field, at
Nfeeting of the Phi Beta Kappa Fraternity at 6:4-5
Phi Beta Kappa Oration at 7:30 p. m. ......... .
Alumni Banquet at 9 p. m. ................ .
Eiglitietli Annual Commeucement at 0 a. m.. ..
Summer vacation ol' thirteen weeks.
1'lxaminations for entrance ..........
"lVIake-up" examinations ....... . .
First semester begins at 10 a. m. ...... .
Thanksgiving Day recess ..............
Christmas vacation begins at 12:30 p. m.. . . ..... . . . . .
"Make-up" examinations . .,....... . . .
College exercises begin at 8:10 a. m.. . .
Semester examinations ..............
Second semester begin ...........
1vi1Sll1l1g1.0IliS Dirtbday-Jloliday. . .
Easter recess .......................
Eighty-first Annual Cfommencement. . .
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Wah-Who-Wah! Wah-Who-Wah! F. and M. Nevonia!
Wah-Who-VVal1! Wah-Wllo-Wazhl F. and BI. N evonial
Wah-Who-Wah! Wah-Who-Wah! F. and M. Nevonia!
Standard Blue and VVhite
DR. H. H. APPLE .... .............
DR. G. F. MULL ....... ...........
PROP. C. N. IIELLER ..... ..............
DR. A. V. IHIESTER ..... .............
PROP. C. N. I-IELLER .....
PROP. J. N. SCHAEFFER.. . .
DR. G. F. MULL ...... .........
Miss M. J. SOHIED1' ........................
ST. STEPIIEN.S CHURCH
H. H. APPLE, D.D., LL.D. ...................... .
JOHN B. REED ..... ...............
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R. E. McvCI.1-:I.1..xN, '16, ..
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E. E. BIYLIN, '16 ....
F. C. Cuousn, '16 ..,..
D. H. F1mN'1'z, '17 ,,..
RI. YV. JONES, '16 . . .
D. H. KUNKEL, '16 ....
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M. D. Sc'llAi-'1"Nlcn.'16.
J. A. Sxwrn, '16 . .... .
BOARD ov Gov!-:lzN0ns
Bo.-mn ol-' CoN'rnoI.
Du. C. P. STAIIR
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. . . .President
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R. A. MCCJLELLAN, '16, . .
C. C. Mllldlllfl, '17 .,...
D. II. IQUNKEL, '16 ..4,
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J. G. MOYER, '16 ....
W. F. PNIEN, '17 ....
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GREEN Room CLUB
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M. W. JONES, '16 .,......
E. B. Guosu, '16 ....
D. II. KUNKEI., '16 ,..,
F. D. VVENTZEL, '16 ....
M. D. SCIIAFFNER, '16 . . .
A. W. LICK, '17 .....,.,... .,,........
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GOETIIEAN L1'1'En.1xRY SOCIETY
C. D. ROC'1iEL, '16 ..........,................ ....
W. E. NIOORIIEAD, '18 . ..
R. E. P. XYODER, '10 ....
P. S. Fnrrz, '17 .....
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TTIAGNOTHIAN 1.11'mm1n' SOCIETY
P. A. MUELLER, '18 ....,.........................
MAS C. PORTER Sc1I':N'rIFIc SOCIETY
H. A. BARR, '16 .................................
H. E. HARING, '16 .......
M. D. SCIIAFFNER '16
C. D. ROCKEL, '16 ....
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W. E. MOOIQIIEIKIJ, '18 ....
P. M. LIMBERT, '18. ..
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For years beyond my ken.
Ile left in fossils marks ol' strife
'.l'.lla1t moved the Valles to tears:
And I um rielr with joys and liopes
Since he lmruvecl pains :mtl fears.
In four short years I've learned the lnl
Of :ill that main lms wrought
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Ile dared, and lmlecl. :incl fought.
'llllilt l'm the lleir ol' liim who tamed
'l'l1e terrors ol' the past
Inllames my soul to be like liim
A main unto tlle lust.
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F. and NL! 1916!
JAMES W. W1'r111c1cs1'ooN
IQAYMOND A. MCTCLELLAN
CHARLES D. ROCKEL
CLAIQENCE E. SIIAPPELL
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OSCAR CLAIR ALLSIIOUSE ............................ Avonmore, Pa.
Franklin Club: Goethean Censor G. L. S. CHQ Chairman Banquet
Committee QSDQ Prepared at Avonmore High School and Elder's
Ridge Academyg A.B. Course.
AUGUSTUS BARR ......... . ........ . ........... Lancaster, Pa.
CID E Kg Junior I-Iop Committee: Porter Scientific Societyg Senior
Dance Committeeg Prepared at Millersville S. N. S.g B.S. Course.
BARD ......................................... Denver, Pa.
llarshall Clubg Debating Team C4-jg 'Varsity Football Sub. Mfg
Leader of College Bandg Entered Seniorg Prepared at Millersville
S. N. S.g A.B. Course.
S. BECK ...................................... St. Clair, Pa.
Marshall Clubg Diagnothiang Porter Scientific Societyg YVinner
Junior Oratorical Contestg Linnean Societyg Speaker Diagnothian
Anniversaryg Speaker Diagnothian C4-lg Entered Juniorg Prepared
at Millersville S. N. S.g A.B. Course.
JOHN ALRER1' BORGER ....................,........... Palmerton, Pa.
Goetheang Chaplain G. L. S. Soccer Team C213 Prepared at
Polytechnic Instituteg AB. Course.
FRANKLIN ISRAUSKOP BRINKMAN .................... Lancaster, Pa.
111 E Kg Class Treasurer CHQ Soccer Team CU, KQD, CSD, QDQ Soccer
Captain CD, C413 Sub. 'Varsity Baseball: Class Baseball Q33
Sophomore Hat Committeeg Prepared at F. and M. Academyg
N. BROSSMAN ............................ Womelsdorf, Pa.
Entered Senior from Albrightg Prepared at YVomelsdorf High
Sehoolg B.S. Course.
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C. CROUSE .................................... Berwick, Pa.
Harbaugh Club, Goetlieang Class Treasurer CSX Assistant Basket-
ball Manager Basketball Manager QD, Prepared at Blooms-
burg S. N. S.g A.B. Course.
BENJAMIN FRANKLIN DAVIS ........................... Lancaster, Pa.
Paradise Club 3 Student Senatcg Prepared at F. and M. Academyg
ALVIN FRANCIS DIPITZ .............................. Wind Gap, Pa.
Franklin Club, Goetheang Cross-country Run CQDQ Class Track
QD, Y. NI. C. A. Cabinet QQQ, GD, QD, "Student" Stall GD, Assistant
Business Manager of 0IIIFLAMMEg Prepared at Lerch Preparatory
School, A.B. Course.
PAUL N. Fox ..............................,... New Bloomfield, Pa.
I-Iarbaugh Clubg Goetbeang Critic G. L. S. CSD, Librarian G. L. S.
QQD, C353 Class Secretary CD, Prepared at F. and M. Academy,
JAMES IQIMBER GRIMM ................................ Lancaster, Pa.
Porter Scientific Socictyg Linncan Societyg Prepared at Millers-
ville S. N. S.g B.S. Course.
Gnosn ................................ Lancaster, Pa.
CD K2g Glee Club CU, CFD, CSD, Qtjg Leader QD, ,Varsity Quartet CQD,
CSD, QD, Soloist CD, C-D, Vice-president Musical Clubs CD5 Junior
Hop Committee, Cl1air111aI1 Senior Dance Committee, f:llCIl1iSiLiS
Football Team CD, Prepared at F. and M. Academy, B.S. Course.
TIIEEII I-IAMIIIIIGIIT .........................,.. Lancaster, Pa.
11114 llfg Diagnotliiang Class Football CD, QQX Scrub Football
CED, C403 Class Track CD, CQD, CD, C405 Class Basketball QED, M55
Prepared at Lancaster High Sclioolg A.B. Course.
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W11.1,r.u1 ALI.1f1N IIAMMOND ..,.....,...........,.,. New Holland, Pa,
flf Z1 Kg Diagnotbian: Reviewer D. L. S. CQ5, CfDg Diagnothian
Critic C35, C45g Class Historian C15g OItII"I1.KAIXIE Staffg Glee Club
C453 College Quartet C452 Speaker D. L. S. C45g Board of Control
C452 l'reparecl at F. and DI. Acaclenlyg A.l3. Course.
Ilalun' V1sT.x I-lannixuoli ................... Buena Vista Springs, Pa.
Franklin Club: Porter Scientific Societyg Class Football C15g
Preparccl at lNIassanutten Acaclemyg ILS. Course.
Ilonaczlc Eomcnr IIARINC: .......................,...... Lancaster, Pa.
Porter Scientific Soeietyg Secretary Porter Scientific C4'5g Cross-
country Run CQ5, CfDg Class Track Cl5, C355 'l'ennis Tournament
CI5, CQ5, CfD. C4153 Chemist Football CIDg Assistant Chemist C45g
Prepared at Lancaster High Sclioolg B.S. Course.
1'll41RDINAND IIMINI4: ................................ .. Lancaster, Pa.
cl: K Eg Diagnotliian: Class 'l'racli Team C153 Banquet Connnittee
C353 l'reparecl at F. and M. Acadenlyg AJS. Course.
AIITIIUR S. II1-:lm.xN .........,....,..................... Paraclise, Pa.
Xrbg Varsity Football Cl5, C25, CfD, C4-5: 'Varsity Baseball CI5.
C25, C4-5: Class Football C151 Class Baseball Cl5, C351 Student Senate
C-l-55 Class President C25g Cane Connnittee C-1-5g Dance Committee
C4-5g Preparecl at Yeatesg l3.S. Course.
IRA RlSSl'Zlt Illcluc ...,...............,,.......,.... Elizabethtown, Pa.
Y. RI. C. Ag Class Baseball CSD: Class Basketball C45: Prepared
Elizabethtown Ieligll Sclioolg A.l3. Course.
RAY R.n114'1-' Ilnnrzoo ...................................... Oley, Pa.
CD11 Kg c:00'l.llCttIl1 Porter Scientific Societyg "Weekly" Staff C353
Debating Team CfDg Class Track C253 Soccer C85, C453 Prepared
at Keystone S. N. S.g l3.S. Course.
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Goetlicang Censor G. CL. S. CQDQ Preparecl at Lancaster Iligli School
II. K. Rmss IIoLs'roN ............,..4....,........... l'o'l:tstown, l'a.
KD K Eg Class Basketball 'll0illl1 CU: Class Baseball CQJ. CSDQ
'Varsity Baseball Cljg Glee Club CU, CQQ, CfD, C-D5 'Varsity Quartet.
CU, CfD, Csltjg Soloist Q ' ""' 1 ' ' '
C D, C4-J. l icsulcnt Clee ancl Mandolin Clubs
C4-XY. M. C. A "' ' V ' - ' " S '
. Lalnnct C4-J. Pl0SltlClll Student Senate C1151 Pre-
pared at, F. and Nl. Acacleniyg AB. Course.
IIICIIARIJ Kaul, TIONAMAN ...........................,.. Lancaster, Pa.
Porter Scientific Society: Linnean Society: Assistant. in Physics
Departinentg 1'repa1'ccl al Lancaster Iligli Sclioolg ILS. Course.
Rox' XYILSUN Il0NSIll'1ltGl'ZR ................,,....... ..1'll'0Ill0Il'l', l'a.
1"ranklin Club: Porter Scientific Society: 'Varsity Baseball CU,
CED, CD5 Class Baseball CU, CRD, CfD: Scrub Basketball CU,
'Varsity Basketball CfDg Class Basketball CU, CQJ, CfD, CD5 Captain
Class Basketball CQJ, CVD: Captain Scrub Football Tealn C-l-J:
Perkioinen Clubg Prepared at: l,0l'lil0lIlCll Seminary: l'li.B. Course.
Mvuou W11.1.I,m JoN1cs ...,..................,.. I-nu-'ister l'1
111 K l1"g Vice-president Class CU: Banquet, Coniniittee CUQC Class
Football CD. Class Basketball CD, CQD, CfD, CQ: Class Baseball
CU, CQJ, CD3 Captain Class Baseb "
. . all lcani CfDg Scrub Football
CU, CQQ, CfDg 'Varsity Football C-l-lg Glee Club CD, CQD, CfD, C-UQ
Manager Glce Club Cljg Green Room Club CQD, CED, C-D: Stage
Manager CfD: l'resicleut C-D: Assistant Clicer l.eacler CID: l'reparetl
at Lancaster Iligli Sclioolg B.S. Course.
Davin SYlA'l'IS'1'I'Ili Ku lltl
. 'IIDICR ...........,.. ,....... t ..... X 'ork, l'a.
Paradise Club: Class Football C215 Scrub Football C251 Secretary
Board of Control CSD: Nauav' ' C - " ' l" " ' 'U
,ei lass liamlt lcain Preparecl
at York High Sclioolg B.S. Course.
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Aziz ALEXANDER IQOORIE ............................ Paterson, N. Y.
Diagnothiang Chaplain D. L. S. CID5 YVinner Freshman Oratorical
Contest D. L. S.5 Winner Oratorieal Contest D. L. S. Prize
Winner Inter-Society Oratorieal Contest CQD5 'Varsity Track
Team CID, CQD5 Class Track Team CID, CQD5 Mock Trial CID, CQD,
CSD5 Class Football CQD5 Secretary D. L. S. CQD5 Reviewer D. L. S.
CQD5 Secretary Press Club CBD5 Chairman Debating Committee
D. L. S. CSD5 Cap and Gown Committee CLLD5 Anniversary Commit-
tee D. L. S. C4D5 Associate News Editor "Student VVeekly"5 Ger-
hart Oration D. L. S. Anniversary CID5 Prepared at Franklin a11d
lVIarshall Aeademyg A.l3. Course.
HERE KIINKEL .............,................ Harrisburg, Pa.
KID K 25 Diagnothian5 Diagnothian Anniversary C3D5 Speaker
D. L. S. C4-D5 Class Football CQDg Class Baseball CQD5 Class Basket-
ball C3D, C4-D5 lVIandolin Club CID, CQD, CSD, C4-D5 Leader CSD, C41D5
Glee Club C4-D5 Manager Baseball C4-D5 ,Varsity Tennis Team C3D,
C4D5 Captain C4D5 Green Room Club C3D5 Junior Response to
"Mantle Oration"5 ORIFLAMME Staffg Prepared at Harrisburg
Academyg A.B. Course.
I. J. KIIICIDER .................................... Lebanon, Pa... ..
Entered Senior Yearg Y. Nl. C. A.5 Prepared Millersxfille S. N. S.5
YVILLIAM GROVER NIARKEL ............................ Sunbury, Pa.
Chemists' Football C4-D5 P1'epared at Sunbury High Sehoolg B.S.
CHRIST LONGENEQKEE DIARTIN .................... Elizabethtown, Pa.
Diagnothiang Cabinet ltiember of Y. NI. C. A.5 lVinner Diagno-
thian Sophomore Oratorieal Contestg YVinner Inter-Society
Sophomore Oratorieal Contestg First Prize Prohibition Oratorieal
Contestg Inter-Collegiate Orator CQD5 Prepared at Elizabeth
Collegeg A.l3. Course.
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ANTHONY MARTONE ............................. Elkton, Md.
fll K Eg Porter Scientific Societyg Vice-president Class C21g Ban-
quet Committee C213 'Varsity Track Captain C41g Track C11, C21,
C31, C4-1g Class Track Team C11, CQ1, C31, Captain Class Track
C21g Relay Team C11, CQ1, C41g Chemists, Football Team C31g
Prepared at Tome Institute g B.S. Course.
RAYMOND AUSTIN MCCLELLAN ....................... Allentown, Pa.
Diagnothiang Class Football Team C21g Scrub Football Team C31g
Soccer CQ1, Manager Tennis Team C315 Mock Trial C41g Inter-
Society Debating Team Diagnothian C41g Prepared at F. and M.
Academyg A.l3. Course.
JACOB CYRUS MESSNER ................................. Durlacli, Pa.
Marshall Clubg Goetbeang Second Prize Freshman Oratorical
Contest: Glee Club C21g Prepared at Millersville S. N. S.g A.B.
MAURICE TVILLIAM MILLE1t .......................... Summit I-Iill, Pa.
Goetlieang Goetllean Anniversary Committee CI1, C915 Glee Club
Cl1, C21g Goetllean Anniversary Program C415 Porter Scientific
Societyg ORIFLAMME Staffg Prepared at F. and M. Academyg
GOVER MOYER ............................ .... A shland, Pa.
Franklin Clubg Class Football Cl1, CQ1g Class Basketball C21, C41g
Scrub Baseball C113 Scrub Football CQ1g 'Varsity Football C31g
Assistant 'Varsity Football Manager C31g Green Room Club C214
Assistant Manager Green Room Club C31g Glee and Mandolin
Clubs C21, C313 Junior Hop Committee: Football Manager C41g
Senior Dance Committee: Y. M. C. A. Cabinctg Manager Green
Room Club C4-1: Student Senate C411g Prepared at Mereersburg
Academyg A.B. Course.
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S'l'.xNl.l':Y Nlssmcx' Mmlxm ..,..... ,,.., ............... T . andisvillc, Pa.
fl' .Y lig Diagnotliianz Secretary 17. L. S. CQD3 Class Football
Managrer CID: Hlanager Class llasketliall CD: Class President CD3
Speaker D. l.. S. C-D3 Prepared at F. and M.Ac-adelnyg AB. Course.
l,Al'l. Gooo 1'll'ltRAY .............. ,,............... N Iountvillc, Pa.
1D K W3 Porter Scientific- Society: Class Basketlmall CD3 "Weckly,'
Staff CQD. CSD: Class Banquet C0llllllll.lC0 C213 Biology Football
Team C3j3 Senior Dance Connnitteeg Prepared at Lancaster
Iligll Selioolg ll.S. Coarse.
lt.x1.vn SCIINAIJICII MY1-:ns .....,...................... Terre Hill, Pa..
Prepared at F. and M. Ac-adenlyg Ali. Course.
l'lnw.xlm Evlcm-:'r'r lxlYLIN .........................,.... Lancaster, Pa.
X CII: Class l"oo'tlwall CU. CQD3 Manager Class Football CQD3 'Var-
sity Football CQJ. CSD, C4-J: Captain Football C4-D3 Re-elected Cap-
lain 19161 Class llaselmall CU, 'Varsity llaselrall CQD3 Class
llaskellmall CU, CQD, CD3 Soeeer Team CD3 Class President C251
.lnnior llop Committee: Prepared at F. and M. Ac-ademyg 1'l1.l3.
.lollN liovlcn Noss .................... Xvilli1llllt1lSll, Iwasliiro, Japan
Goethean: Secretary G. l.. S. CQD3 Censor G. L. S. C853 Winner
Sophomore Inter-soeiety Oratorieal Contest: Critic G. I.. S.
President G. I.. S. C353 0n11"I..um1c Staff C353 Eulogist G. I.. S.
Anniversary Pl'0Qfl'2llll CSDQ Class Historian C813 Second Prize
llensel Essay Contest CSD: Inter-society Debating Team CSD:
Literary Editor "Student Weekly" C4-D: Student Senate C4-D3
Y. M. C. .L Cabinet C-lib: Honor Court C-D3 Goetliean Orator
G. l.. S. Anniversary l,l'OgIl'illll C4-D3 Critie G. L. S. C4-D3 AB. Course.
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l'lR.lClJERICK Licwr Rmcnnnfr ........................... T.aneaster, Pa.
qw K Eg Goetlieang Porter Seicntifie Society: Reviewer G. L. S.
QQQ, CDg Vice-president G. L. S. CD: Critic G. L. S. Cl-Pg Viee-prcsi-
:lent Porter Scientific Society Q4-jg Class 'l'ra.c-k Team CQD1 Biology
Football 'FCELIII CD: "Weekly" Stall' CQD. CD5 Press Club CD1 Non-
Aililetieg News Manager Press Club CD1 lCcli'to1'-in-CThiel' filli-
1"1.AMMlf:: lVIanaging Editor "Student lVeekly,' CD: Prepared al'
Red Wing fMinn.D lligli Sc-bool and Lancaster High Sc-lioolg
Il. G. :RIPPLE ........................................ lQaneaster, Pa.
Diagnolliiang Prepared al l.anc-asier Ifligli Sc-bool: A.l3. Course.
Cn.xnLms IEAVID ROUKEL .............................. Allentown, Pa.
Goetbeang Chaplain G. L. S. CU: Vice-president G. T.. S. CD: Win-
ner Freslnnan Oratorieal Contest: Winner Sophomore Goetliean
Contestg Class Secretary C211 Y. M. C. A. Cabinet CD: Inter-
Soeiety Debate QD: Eulogist f:00'lllCilll Anniversary QD: Orator
Goetbean Anniversary Inter-Society llebater CD: Business
lllanager c,liIl"LAMME1 Goetliean Anniversary Oralor QD: Debat-
ing Team C403 President G. L. S. C403 Presiclent Y. RI. C. A. GD:
Secretary Class CU: Prepareml at Allentown High Selloolg A.l3.
Romani? BARR Rlllllllili .......................,...... Lancaster, Pa.
Porter Scientific Soc-iety: Chemists' Football Team CD1 Pre-
pared at Lancaster Iligli Selioolq A.l5. Course.
Cii.-xnLEs 'l'mf:onon12: ROLLER ...................... Weyers Cave, Ya.
Franklin Club: Class Football CQJQ Class llaskeiball CQX Class
Baseball QQDQ llanqnelz fl0llIlIlitl00 CD1 'Varsity Football Q-D1
Prepared at Massanntlen Ac-acleniyg A.lS. Course.
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MEADE DANIEL SCIIAFFNER .......,.............,.,...... Enhaut, Pa.
411 E K5 Diagnothiang Secretary D. L. S. C255 Anniversary Com-
mittee D. L. S. Banquet Committee CQ55 Treasurer D. L. S.
C255 Vice-president D. L. S. C355 Critic D. L. S. C355 Porter Scien-
tific Soeiety5 Assistant Business Manager "Student" C355 Assistant
Track Manager C355 Treasurer Y. M. C. A. C35, C455 ORIFLAMME
Staff 5 Business Nfanager "Student YVeekly" C455 Track Manager
C455 Prepared at Steelton High Sehoolg Ph.B. Course.
CLARENCE EDGAR SIIAPPELL ............................ Hamburg, Pa.
Marshall Clubg Goetheang Porter Scientific Soeiety5 Class Track
C15, CQ5, C355 Biologists' Football Team C355 Junior Oratorical
Contest5 Banquet Committee C355 Treasurer of Class C455 Pre-
pared at F. and M. Aeademyg Ph.B. Course.
JAMES ARCHER SMITH ................................ Baltimore, Md.
'Il K lIf'5 Banquet Committee C15, CQ5, C355 Hat Committee C255
Class Track CI5, CQ5, C35, C455' Class Football CI5, C255 'Varsity
Football CI5, C25, C35, C4-55 'Varsity Track C15, C25, C35, C455 Cap-
tain Track C355 Prepared at Tome School5 B.S. Course.
IIOXVARD KANN SPAIIR ................................ Lancaster, Pa.
Paradise Clubg Banquet Committee C355 Assistant Bus. Manager
"Weekly" C355 Prepared at York County Academyg A.B. Course.
LAMBERT L. SPANCAKE .............................. Pine Grove, Pa.
Marshall Club5 Porter Scientific Societyg Chemists' Football
Team C355 Class Basketball C35, C455 Assistant in Chemical Labora-
tory C455 Prepared at Keystone S. N. S.: Ph.B. Course.
F1mDERIeK ALVIN S'rEnNI:u ...................... Schuylkill Haven, Pa.
Goethean: Treasurer G. L. S. C355 Entered Juniorg Prepared at
Keystone S. N. S.5 Ph.B. Course.
WILLIAM EDWIN TROUTMAN .......................... Bernville, Pa.
Goetheang Librarian G. L. S. C355 Entered Junior5 Prepared at
Kutztown S. N. S.: Ph.B. Course.
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MAURICE CLEVELAND WALTEDSDORF ..........
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. . . . . . . . . .I'IanoVer, Pa.
Harbaugh Clubg Goetheang Y. M. C. A.3 Perkiomen Clubg En-
tered Sopho1nore3 Prepared at Shippensburg S. N. S. and Perkio-
men Selninaryg AB. Course.
LANIER WELLER ........................... Wrightsville, Pa.
X CD3 'Varsity Baseball C253 Chemists' Football Team C353 Pre-
pared at Millersville S. N. S.3 B.S. Course.
FRED DEHART VVENTZEL ...............,.... Stony Creek Mills, Pa.
Harbaugh Clubg Goetheang Vice-president G. L. S. C32 President
G. L. S. C353 Winner "College Studenti' Poetry Contestg Second
Prize Sophomore Oratorical Contestg Salutatorian Goethean
Anniversary C213 Goethean Poet C353 Sophomore-Junior I-Iensel
Essay Prizeg ORIFLAMME Staffg Editor-in-Chief "Student lVeekly"
CALDQ Student Senate C413 Debating Teamg Class Historian C4,Q Class
Poet C4,Q Prepared at Schuylkill Seminaryg A.ll. Course.
SIMON PETER NVIIITEIIEAD ................................ Manor, Pa.
KID E Kg Class Treasurer CQDQ Chairman Senior Cane Con1mittee3
Student Senate QLJQ Prepared at F. and NI. Aeademyg AB. Course.
JAMES TVILLIAM VVITIIERSPOON ...................... Mercersburg, Pa.
CID K lIf'3-Class Football CD, CQJQ 'Varsity Football CD, CQD, CSD, C453
Captain Class Baseball Team CD, CQQ 3 Chairman Junior Hop Com-
mitteeg Student Senate C4-D3 President Senior Classg Glee Club
C4-D3 Prepared at Mereersburg Aeadenlyg AB. Course.
CLAYTON WVARREN XVOTRING ............................ Jordan, Pa.
hlarshall Clubg Goetheang Porter Scientific Soeietyg Class Track
CD, CQD, CED, C4-D3 Junior Oratorieal Contestg Banquet Committee
C313 Biologists' Football Team C353 Treasurer Class C423 Prepared
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HE SENIOR is modest. So universally comprehensive has become
his outlook upon life, with its complex multiplicity of problems, that
he views the future with the embarrassment of a Lilliputian called to per-
form Ilereulean tasks. In the light of what remains for him to do in the
world, what has been done in the small college community where he has
spent four years of his life seems relatively insignificant.
In harmony with the modesty that becomes a Senior, we shall boast
little here of the contribution that the Class of 1916 has made to the welfare
and progress of Franklin and lVIarshall College. What matters it that we
have been instrumental to a large degree in securing the success of the
Ilonor System, in putting the Young hIen's Christian Association upon a
firm financial basis and giving it a new impetus of life, in establishing a
football record rarely paralleled in the history of the College, in founding
and making possible the success of an original, colnprehensive, and con-
structive weekly publication, "The Student NVeekly"?
More wonderful to the Senior than his external achievements are the
unseen inner transformations that have been wrought in his breast by
college life. Once a narrow provincial, who thought ill terms of houses
and villages, he has been transformed into a world-citizen, who thinks in
terms of continents and humanity. Once an intellectual egotist, who
labored for selfish ends only, he has been transformed into an altruist, who
searches for truth that he may use it freely in the service of his fellows.
College life has made him a new man.
Ive have not given much to our Alma lVIater, but she has given much
to us, not perhaps in the way of knowledge, but certainly in the way of
enlarged personality. Long may she live lo teach men to be men!
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Junior Class Poem
F Freshman and So mhomore ears We have
Of woes and of trials, then of wisdom and fun,
Hut now for the blossoming year of our life-
Come Muse, sweet Pan, and lend me your pipe.
YVho says 'tis all joy with nothing of care?
Who talks of the dance and dress-suited affair,
Of trembling lips, new-warmed by embrace,
Of liquors and wines and the terrible pace?
Your judgment of us, Old VVorld, 'tis all wrong.
YVe still have a love for wine, woman, and song.
Not revel nor license, but each in its place,
Then pleasure and fun with virtue and grace.
This year of transition, awakening, thought,
Tells of the creation thc college has wrought.
No longer the boy so careless, so free,
But manhood, true manhood, Old VVorld, and f
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Boom Tierra Boom!
Boom Tierra Boom!
Boom Tierra Seventeen
Boom Tierra Boom!
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Vice-president ..... , .
Secretary ....... . ,
Treasurer .... , ,
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SAMUEL S. BARD
RENIE L. HERBST
PAUL T. STONESIFER
PAUL G. HAYES
PAUL G. HAYES
CLEMENT W. IDECHANT
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E have finally yielded to the insistent demands of the ORIIPLAMME
Staff that we permit them to publish a continuation of the History
of the Class of Nineteen Hundred Seventeen. Fearing that we might be
unwittingly drawn into the serious error of self-satisfaction and pride in
our achievements, we came to this conclusion only after giving careful con-
sideration to the issues involved. lVe shall, therefore, endeavor to follow
the precedent established by the first portion of our history, namely, the
straightforward presentation of facts.
From the timidity of our Freslnnan year and the boislerousncss of our
Sophomore experiences we have successfully passed to the dignity ot upper-
classmcn. Last year we encountered several very heavy squalls, particu-
larly "Euripides." ".luvcnal," and "Invertebrate Morphology," but were
able to enter our Junior Year with only a few losses. Several of our num-
ber left us to take their places in the great world of affairs, and one or two
have advanced into the Senior Class, our loss becoming the lattcrs' gain.
Through the death of our classmate, William E. Feidt, a few months ago,
we received the heaviest loss in our history. As far as mere numbers are
concerned we are glad to say that our losses have been partially supple-
mented by the addition of several new names to the Junior roll.
WVe have continued our interest in college athletics, not, however, to
the exclusion of classroom and other interests. In the Fall Inter-class
Track Meet we secured first place, and in the Middle Atlantic States Inter-
collegiate Track Meet one of our men finished second in the two mile run.
VVe have heartily supported and participated in Football, Basketball,
Tennis, and Soccer.
To some it may seem unfair for any one class to have more than one-
fourth of the men in the institution with averages above ninety per cent.,
but such l1as been our distinction. At the close of each semester since our
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matriculation, from thirty-one to forty-five per cent. of the ninety per
cent. men have been members ol' our class. Concerning our average
scholastic standing we were candid enough last year to state that it was
not all that might be desired. Our frankness in facing the truth spurred us
on to increased efl'ort with the result that there has been a gain of almost
four per cent. in our general class average, a gain larger than that shown
by any of the other classes.
In those interests of the college community which center about the liter-
ary societies, the Young lVlen's Christian Association, the l'rohibition
Association, and the Student Volunteer Band, we have actively partici-
pated. Juniors were prominent also in the Diagnothian lVIock Trial, the
Concerts of the Glee and Mandolin Clubs, the presentation of "Arms and
the Man" by the Green Room Club, and on the "lVeekly" Staff. Following
the custom ot' former years, our class made its "Junior IIop', the chief
social event of the week between semesters. I11 the language of the "Stu-
dent Weekly," "The Junior Ilop Committee is to be highly congratulated
on their untiring eftorts which worked for the grand success ot the affair."
In your hands you have now the fruit of our labors in puhlishingan 01:1-
FLAMM 111. lVe feel that its merits are so sell'-evident that they need nothing
more than this passing remark.
Whether our coming into this institution had anything to do with it
or not we are unable to say, but it is a fact that our splendid Ilonor System
did not become established until the year of our arrival. As a class we
stand by it, being willing to abide by its principles or suffer the consequences.
We are glad to record, too, that the class constitution, adopted last year,
for which so much was hoped, has fulfilled our brightest expectations.
The class activities have been carried on in a business-like way and the
class finances are in excellent condition.
In this review of the year w'e feel that we are justified in saying that
we have accomplished a few things that are worth while, and some, perhaps,
that are not of very much account. Should you investigate our statements
and find that we are worthy of a medal for telling "the Truth, the Whole
Truth, and Nothing but the Truth,', we would give all the credit to Dr.
Schiedt, who exhorted us to make the search for truth the chief ambition
of our lives.
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The process of introspection through which we have just been passing
has put us into a contemplative mood. The third lap of our College Course
is almost finishedg i11 a few months we will enter upon the last. During
these three years we feel that we have acquired considerable knowledge, have
added a commendable percentage to our efficiency, and have maintained
a high standard of student life. We expect to continue this record to the
end, graduating in June, 1917, with honors favorably comparable to those
secured by any class which has preceded us in Franklin and Marshall.
lVere we addicted to the use of pompous, inflated language, we might say
that our undergraduate days will end in "a dazzling blaze of glorious splen-
dor." Such an utterance, however, is as meaningless as it is bombastic.
Some one has even dared to suggest that the very heavens have conspired to
make our graduation year a memorable one, referring to the fact that 1917
will witness the unusual phenomena of seven eclipses. But we are true
to our proverbial frankness. VVc brush aside this prettysuggestion and
declare that it is a mere coincidence and has no significance i11 connection
with the Class of Nineteen Seventeen.
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MAN must have at nimhle wit,
A judgment true, :md nerves ol' steel,
And patience sueh as Joh ne'er knew,
If he would he at Sophomore.
For first the Freshman must he 'ltllltfllt
'I'o luy aside his ehildish wuys
And to respect tradition old-
A thamkless task, you may he sure.
And then to classes we must go
'l'o wage unequal war, forsooth,
With Xenophon und llorucre, who
Ilnve skillful profs. to plam their liglrl.
Then, too, if we should do hut half
Our rel"renee work in History
And English, 0, ye Gods ahove!
'Twould take us all our Il2tlL,l'2tl lives.
llut all our worries pale hefore
This prohlem: whether we prefer
A maid with eyes ol' playful blue,
Or witty black, or modest hrown.
And when at lust you meet your fate,
How sud it is to learn she hates
The very name of Soph, heeuuse
Her hrother dem' at Freslnnnn is.
All this must Sophomores endureg
And then, indeed, they eatll us fools.
Ah well, it comforts us to know
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Vice-president . . .
Amor omnia vincit
PAUL A. MUEIJLER
II. STANLEY RICKEIQT
. . . .IIARRY C. CULSIIAXV
EDWIN A. ROBERTS
DELAS R. KEENER
ROY G. WITMER
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FREDERICK CLEVER BALD. . .
JOIIN NIILTON BOWMAN ......
HENIQY CLAY BURKIIOLDER. .
HARRY CUMMINS CULSIIAXV. ,
A. B. COURSE
. . .Merce1'sl1I1rg, Pa.
. . . .Nfount Joy, Pa.
ALLEN WVALTER. BUFFINGTON. . . . . .
. . . . .Lancasterg PR.
, . . .SzIylOrsburg, PIL.
CHARLES FREDERICK DILLER. , . . . .LRncRster, PR.
LANDIS DONIER .............
PAUL 'POPLEY GANTT ....
DAVID IVAN GLEIM .,......
ALBERT RALPII GLESSNER. . .
VVILLIAM EARL GLESSNER. . .
. . .LRnczLstcr, Pa.,
. . .NewpOrt, Pa.
. . .Sluu1ksville, PR., R. D
. . .... Slmnksville, Pa., R
EMERSON GIIY GREENAWALT, . . . . .l.el1master, Pa.
CHARLES LINDICN GRI-:ULIUIII
VVILLIAM IIENDERSON IIAGER,
IRA FRANKLIN HONAMAN ....
IJELAS RAX'3IONIJ IiEENER.. . .
EDWARD JOHN IQESSLER .....
CLAUDE CALVIN IQISSINGER. .
EDVVARD .IQLAXVANS .,,,,.... .
FRANCIS BENNETT LEINIIAUII.
THEODORE MILIIEIQ LEINBACII
LINN CEssNA LIGIITNER ....,.
PAUL NIOYER LIAIIIERT ........ . . .
WILRI-:RT EARL lVIO0liEIlI'IAlJ.
PAUL ALBERT lx'llII'lLLER YYY..
MILTON FRANKLIN RI':1H':R . .
HENRY STANLEY RIUKI-:RT. . .
East Greenville, PII
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. . .MyerstOwn, Pa., R. D. 3
. . .Allcntown, Pa., R.
. . . .Slmmokim Pa.
. . .B2l,l'l,lll1Ol'C, Md.
. I . . . Riegelsville, FR.
I . .. . . . Reading, PR.
. . . Mohrsville, PR.
. . . . . Sellersville, PR.
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EDWIN ARTIIUR ROBERTS. . .
RUSSELL JACOB RUI-'F .... .
:HESSER CLAPIIAM RUIIL . ..
RICIIARD CONRAD SCIIIEDT, Jr.
JOHN ALBERT SLAGEN ........
ARTHUR DEATRICK SMITH. .
JOSEPH RA1'IIAEL STINE. . .
JACOB Q. TRUXAL, Jr ....
WVILLIAM WVILEY XVEAVER. . .
KAY STANLEY XVITMER. . .
ROY GROFE VVITMER ,...
EDWIN BODDER YEICII. . .
CHARLES CLAUDE ALLSIIOUSE. . . . . .
RODNEY VINCENT ANGLE .....
LANVRENCE RALPH BERGER, . .
JOHN ALBERT BUTLER .......,.
NORMAN FITZIIUGII EBERMAN. .
ROBERT RAUGII ELDER ........
IIARRY HEINS ESIIBACH. . .
JOHN PONTZ FEAGLEY .....
WALTER CALVIN FRINGER ....
GEORGE ROBERTS IIETRICII ,...
RAE ELMER HINTERLEITER, . .
JOHN HERTZLEIQ HOLLINGEII. . .
NATIIANIEL SAMPLE LINDSAY. .
RICHARD ALVIN LIVINGSTON, . .
GEORGE FRANCIS MIlYlIAI'lL. . .
YVALTER JAMES NIOUNTZ. . ,
ALFRED GILES NI'1ILII. . .
IIERMAN HUGO NIES ,...
New Oxford, Pa.
Avoninore, Pa., R. D. 1.
T aIIeytOWII, Md.
Hollinger P. O., L
Elkins, YV. Va.
ancaster CO., Pa
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GEORGE HENRY ORMROD. . .
HENRY JUSTIN RODIDY, Jr. .
JULIUS EDNVARD SCHNEIDER. . . .
ALVIN C. WVERTSCII ,..,.... .
DAVID ALLEN XVILLIAMS. . .
WILLIAM I'IERVEY WORK. . .
JOHN CLINTON YINGST. . . .
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HOKE HAIR .,,... . .
MAURICE GLICK .... . .
HUGH HOOVER ............... .
WILLIAM LLOYD 1VIc'ALL1s'I'ER. . . .
ROLAND BRUBAKER PAXSON. . . . . .
HENRY BUCHI-JR SIIRIVER ....... . .
CHARLES EDWIN VANDl+1liSl.00'I'. . . . ..
West Hazleton, Pu.
West Willow, Lmlcaster
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GLORIOUS class of nineteen-eighteen! How noble are thy achieve-
ments! I-Iow steadfast thy prowess! How priceless thy worth!
With what monuments shall we adequately commemorate thy extraor-
dinary deeds! It would require a Gibbons or a Motley to "precipitate"
them into history-yea, more, for history cannot flttingly preserve thy
triumphs to future collegiate generations. Thy truths and ideals are not
only written on cold, lifeless stone or marble, where they will soon perish
and pass away, but they are also written on the hearts of the "Initiated,"
where they will remain forever.
On a bright September morn, 1914 A.D., there assembled at Franklin
and lVIarshall a class that was destined even in its first year of existence to
demonstrate its true worth. tve had the honor of being the largest Fresh-
man class that ever enrolled at F. and M. But immediately we proved
that we had quality as well as quantity. XVe of course won the "tie-up"
with such an overwhelming score that from the beginning we had the Sophs
cowed into subjection. Next, to follow up and demonstrate our authority,
we drew up a set of regulations and posted them in conspicious places so
that the Sophs would surely know that they were under the stern rule of
"Romans," As a consequence, no hazing was brought to our notice.
lVhen the time came for the Fresh-Soph game, we proceeded to add this
to our string of scalps. This was done very neatly indeed. In this way
we continued to add to our collection other trophies won in basketball,
baseball, and track. And then, having thus acquitted ourselves during
the first year, we started out for our summer habitats with our minds preg-
nant with wisdom.
YVhen we returned to college in the autunm we evaded the "Cops" and
adorned the community with yellow posters, proclaiming our superiority
and in fact our future program. hleanwhile, we had discovered that a
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certain species of unclassified beings had been thrust upon our care. We
immediately set to work to classify them and upon brief consultation we
were enabled, by our extensive Zoological knowledge, to classify them as
As soon as we had determined the genus of these verdants, we extended
our protectorate over them in the capacity of "patres" and on the basis
of the rules and regulations embodied in our "Codex Freshmanianaf'
Here our late enemies began to interfere and even attempted to incite the
Freshies against us. But we had the verdants well under control so that-
would you believe it?-no posters of the Freshman class appeared at any
time and consequently an "ad.,' was put i11 the "New Era" by the com-
munity, advertising for Fresh. posters. This was an unprecedented
occurrence and only the 1918 class can boast of it. The Freshmen, however,
continued to break our regulations and, when we discovered some of them
promiscuously wandering about over the face of the earth after the unearthly
hour of eight P. M., we were obliged to round them up. They were first
thrust into jail and finally taken to the athletic field, where some of the
"Irish', color was very gently extracted from their crude ore. In addition,
we compelled them to atone for their sins by climbing a pole, while we
"lambastiously" assisted them. This being done we deposited them gently
at their nurseries.
But our veteran enemies were 11ot yet satisfied. They arranged for a
"tie-up" between the Sophomores and Freshman. They even went so
far as to incite and command the 1"reshman ranks themselves. But all
in vain. Our old determination and "pep" won the day, although they
outnumbered us very much. That clay we gloriously triumphed on the
field of battle. In fact, we so firmly established our dominant rule' that
the Freshies gave us practically no trouble alter that.
lVe of course continued to rule our charges very gently until the annual
Soph-Fresh football game drew nigh. At that time we, the ever-victorious
class of nineteen-eighteen, again assembled to prove our ancient authority.
The Freshies could hardly summon up enough courage to face us, but
finally, under the spurring of the upper-classmen, they timidly crawled to
the field. But our ancient prowess could not be shaken and we completely
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routed the opposing ranks, giving them not a single point. Between
halves we observed that the Freshies were needlessly and foolishly exposing
their delicately constituted bodies to the cold blasts of wind on the Bleach-
ers. Thereupon, we, afraid that our charges should fall a prey to pneu-
monia, immediately proceeded to deposit them safely and tenderly in the
coddling bosom of llflother Earth. The instigators of the Freshies' crimi-
nalities then determined to reinstate them in their coveted fresh-air home
but here we again interfered and finally convinced them that it was un-
healthy for them to inhabit such a dwelling.
Lords of the situation thus far and having taught our charges that it
was indeed a misfortune to incur Sophomore wrath, we ruled quietly, yet
gloriously, over the conquered. Our prognosticated future had come true.
Not only did our class excel inthe aforesaid prowess, but we instilled new
life and vigor into college life. The literary societies received new inspira-
tion, recitations became more spirited, and college life became more active.
We have a good representation in the Glee Club, and in fact in all college
Thus, proud of thc fact that we have acquired our "crown of glory,"
we are marching towards the ideal of true manhood-an ideal which our
dear Alma Nfater so vividly presents to our view. And we, the class of
1918, sincerely hope that we prove ourselves still worthier sons of "Our
Nourishing Mother." A
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HERE is honor, deep and solemn,
Rooted in this Freshman Class,
When in many a jolly column
We advance as one great mass:
0'er the college campus running
To meet our opponents face to face,
Beginning our career by sweeping
Many Sophomores out of tl1e race.
Many truths from books of learning,
That are filled with thoughts sublime,
Are, like spirits, brightly stealing
Into this Freshman Class in time.
Dear F. and M. our glorious college,
lVitl1 Profs. both learn'd and famed,
Offers to this Class of 'Nineteen
Future glory and great fame.
In our classrooms, as men before us-
Noted for their honesty- .
Left behind them f0lld memories,
So do we our efforts ply
Till, aside our studies laying,
lVe as graduates depart.
In our minds is honor playing
To the beating of the heart.
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Brown and White Facia non vcrba
Chick! Zulu! Zah! Ki! Bc! Boonl-or-ang!
Bing! Bang! Boom! 11121111 Hooray! 1919!
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1 reasurer ....
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harry daniel althousc ....
william barlow .........
edwin w. bear ............ .
richard watson bomberger. . . .
clarence nourse brubaker .....
albert herman bucher ........
walter aloysius roberts buckius .... . .
herhert kurtz cooper .........
john wilson corman ,.,.
william cdwin dill .........
harold maybury downes . . . .
william nevin elliot .....
paul keller evans ....
david earl faust .......
abram peters frantz .....
john leonard gerfin ........
cdwin seabury gernant ....
john calvin goodling ......
george walker grieve, jr. . . .
abner cisaman henry ....
joseph ivan hershey .....
frank henry johnston ....
henry nathan kehres ......
roland nicholas klemmer . . .
john daniel kocher ........
daniel adam krumrine .....
montgolnery lewis larnpe. . .
Spring Mills, Pa.
Rosebank, Staten Island, N.Y
VVestmoreland City, Pa.
New Holland, Pa.
State College, Pa.
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george fry lee ...........
william clifford marburger
henry james marshall ....
david nauman martin ..,.
john frederick mearig. . .
clarence troxcll moyer ....
karl Sanford ort .........
emmctt welsh rasbridge. .
daniel milton schaffner. . .
jolm leroy schuler ......
martin albert smith ......
glenn randolph spangler. .
samuel dewey stein ......
philip quay stnmpf .....
clydc mc-kinley swarr . , .
edmund ruhc sykes ,...
rathfon merrill urban .....
grovcr stevens yeagcr ,...
robert cmery paterson yoder ....
benjamin franklin adams .......
elwood paync bonney ....
elvin guy brubaker ....
john christian bucher ..,.
milton wood dcisley ..,....
earl raymond eitneier .....
frederick mc-kinley frantz ....
joseph nixon gamble ,.......
gerald deibert gise ,....
william john hoover .....
edmund burwell ilyus .....
richard dehaven mayser .....
robert franklin mehl ....
New I-Iolland, Pa.
East Greenville, Pa
Pen Argyl, Pa.
Pen Argyl, Pa.
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william martin muth. . .
john fletcher myers ....
paul william smith .,..
charles joseph trier. . .
herbert my woerner .... ................
elias lm. linker .......,.....
george washington jamison ..,.
Vernon neely johnston ..,.. ....
frederick englc keller. , .
george lewis philipps. , .
george etter reisinger , .
nmrslmll elias smith ...,
carl Il1lllf0I'Cl.lillISlg. , .
george Wilkins tovey. . .'
Trenton, N. J
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. . . .l,a,m-uster, Pa.
Blount Joy, l'
York, Pu., R.D. 12
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0'l' quite a year ago there entered old Franklin and Marshall what is
destined to become one of the most illustrious classes it will ever
have produced-the class of 1919. Although this statement may not be
accepted by some because of our unfortunate defeats in several activities,
nevertheless it is true: for these defeats have only served to show us wherein
our mistakes lie and how to remedy them hereafter: while our victories
have urged us on to nobler and higher achievements. The posters, the
class fight, the 1"reshman-Sophomore football game-all have spelled defeat
for us, but still we do not regret it, for it has profited us greatly. Our
victories in basketball, on the other hand, have shown us what we can do
and have urged ns to strive even harder in the future. In fact, both vie-
tory and defeat have served the same purpose. and our future history will
undoubtedly be one to be proud of.
But let us consider the things that have occurred up to the present time.
Our posters were not posted for a very good reason-the Sophomores.
Many and varied attempts were made to cover their posters with our ow11,
but to no avail, for they were too alert and watchful for us. Some of
us were caught and severely chastised by them, while others escaped their
hands only with the greatest difficulty while attempting to put up the
posters. At last, however, we evaded them and succeeded in putting up
about a dozen of our black and white ones over their green and yellow ones.
These were of course promptly torn down the next morning. but that did
not matter, 'for we had succeeded in showing our defiance toward our so-
In the class fight we were defeated, not because of any lack of spirit,
but because we were outnumbered. Although a few of us could not be
present to take part in this fight for supremacy, those who were present
gave very good account ol themselves, and only after a hard battle were
they defeated with a score of 38-20.
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For our remarkable showing in the Freshman-Sophomore football game,
against a stronger and heavier tean1, much credit must be given to our
coach, Mumma, who worked with untiring effort to round us into form, and
to our captain, Spangler, who did his best to lead us to victory. In our
practice games, Lititz defeated us with a 6-0 score and Mt. Joy tied us
7-7, so that our hopes of making a good showing in the class game were
very low indeed. But when the day of that game arrived, we exceeded
all expectations by holding our heavier opponents to a IQ-0 score.
In basketball, however, we put all the other classes to shame. lVith
Hoover as our captain, we practised hard and succeeded in producing a
team that won five games out of six, and at the same time the inter-class
series. YVe defeated the Sophomores in two fast, exciting games. 'trimmed
the Juniors in two equally good ones, and won one from the Seniors, who in
turn took one warmly contested game from us. Thus we won the series
with a percentage of .2-533, while our "superiors," the Sophomorcs, came in
third with a percentage of .500!
We were well represented in soccer, and our presence was made felt there
as elsewhere. The glee and mandolin clubs contained some hall' dozen
or more of our men, who helped make them the great success that they
were. Those of us who joined the literary societies took an active part in
them and did excellent work. All social events were incomplete without
us, and in fact nothing has occurred in which we have not had a part. Our
work in the, classroom has been good as a whole, although some ol' us
naturally failed to come up to the full requirementsg but taken altogether,
we have had a very good year and have started a grand history.
YVhat the future holds for us we can but conjecture, but that it will
bring us greater success can not be doubted, for we have "lived and learned"
throughout this year and are well prepared for what is to come. Moreover,
the Sophomores have tried to bring us up properly and have shown us how
to train our successors next year, so that we can not help but have great
success along that line. But. as the future is merely a matter of conjecture,
we must wait u11til later to see our hopes fulfilled and to prove my first
statement-that we are destined to become one of the most illustrious
classes Franklin tllld Marshall will ever have produced.
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EDNVARD HENRY l5I'JRGICR, li.S. 119155 .,....
NEVIN M. BISER, A.B. 119115 ........... . .
GEORGE ELDER BRINTON, PILIS. 119135 ,...
NE1'IN IIOWARD CARI., A.li. 119085 ,........
LEON SCIIALL DRUMIIELLER, A.l3. 119095. . . .
ABRAHAM LINCOLN GEIIMAN, AB. 119095 ..,,,....
:ROBERT BICCULLEY IIALDAOII, 13.8. 119155. .
EARLE RIISSICIIL I'IEliBEliT, A.l5. 119155 ,,....
EARLE LESLIE LEAVER HUNTER, .-Lll. 119155 ..... .
ARA XVILLIS IQAUFIWMAN, AJS. 1190-15 ,.,.... .
WILLIAM NIES IQLINE, A.B. 119105 ......
JOSEPII IDDINGS LAUEIPER, A.li. 119125. . .
LEONARD LEXVELLYN LEII, A.B. 119115, . .
ANGUS LER01' LIGIITNER, A.l3. 1190-15 ...,
GROVER CLEVELAND MAUS, A.13. 119195 .....
JOSEPII NIATTIIENV NEWOARD, A.B. 119085. . .
J. VINCENT POLEY, PILU. 119015 ..........
ADAM FREDERICK RPINTZ, AB. 119125 .......
YVILLIAM ADRAIIAM SCIINEDER, AB. 119085. .
SAMUEL SIIIRK SIMONS, Ph.B. 119155 ........
XVILLIAM ALLEN SOIIL, A.B. 119125 .....
PAUL JAY SYKES, A.1i. 119135 .............
RALPII STANLEY XVEILER, 1'lI.l3. 11914-5 ,..,..
EARL BROOKS XVORTIIINGTON, l'h,l3. 119155 .......
IIENRY HIGIIEE XVORTIIINGTON, AB. 119115.
GEORGE :HERBERT ZELLERS, A.B. 119155 ,...
Whitcsville, N. Y.
Sclin's Grove, Pa.
West Willow, Pa.
lNIill Creek, Ill.
Hi111llJlll'g', N. J.
Callnbridge Springs, Pa
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TI llfl l"ACUL'l'Y
Rl-Iv. JOHN C. BOWMAN D.D
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Pl'0rL'SS0l' Of New ,llC'SlIlllll'llt Sc-iclivv
REV. .IOHN C. BOXVMAN. D.D.
l,I'Ufl'SH0l' Of l'l':u'llx':Ll ,lllH'Ul0g'Y
lhcv. JOHN I. SWANDI-Ili. l'h.lJ., D.D.
.Xssuvinlc l'l'Of1-ssul' Ol' SySlL'lllllfll' 'l'lu-Olngy
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Frank Harvey Rlatt
Lee Otis Carbaugh
I-Iarry Jacob Donat
Raymond Lewis Carbaugh
Frank Preston Fravel
Elmer Rhodes Hoke
Paul Irving Kuntz
Reuben Edwin Kutz
Samuel Edwin .Lobaeh
Elmer Roy Cornian
Clark VVesley Heller
John N. Herzog.
John Samuel Hollenbach
F. Engle Keller
Jacob B. Landis
Noah Hoclcnian Fravel
Ralph Ellis Hartman
Victor Herbert Jones
Claude Talmage King
Adam Fred Renlz
Lawrence Carl Thompson lNIiller
Irvin Albert Raubenhold
Alfred Nevin Sayres
Frank xvllllillll Teske
Clarence Charles Troxcll
Harry Franklin John Ubcrroth
Allred Merton lNI2lS0llllCllIl0l'
Israel George Nace
Joseph IV. Richards
Victor A. Ruth
Howard Lester Sassaman
Bruce Albion lVentz
Pos'r Gimlinwl-1 S'l'UDEN'1'S
Rev. Curtis 0. Bosscrnian Rev. F. L. Kerr '
Rev. Lee NI. Erdinan Rev. Milton F. Kling,5an1an
Rev. E. F. Faust Rev. Ira S. Monn
Rev. XVIII. S. Gerhard Rev. A. NI. Rahn
Rev. IVin. R. Hartzell Rev. F. K. Stannn
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Franklin and Marshall Academy
'1'lmnm+:Us G. Inlnmi, A.M., Principal
Enw1N M. InIAn'rM.xN, A.M.. Principal
RIARTIN W. NVITMER, AB.
JOSEPH A. IXOTIIERMEL, A.M.
RIRll.llClllklllC'S and Sr-icnuo
I-Iomcn F. IREBERT, AB.
Latin and Piano
PAUL N. LANDIS, A.M.
l"rcn1'li and Englisli
Jiwon 13. LANDIS, AB.
E.-ini. li. Wom'llINc:'roN, A.B.
Simulcl, M. SnIf:LI.m'. A.B.
Gorman and Latin
.IonN S. IIOLLENISACII. A.B.
RALPII E. IIAILTAIAN, AB.
Allilvtivs and Pllysic-al Cultura-
B. Rirlfus GLIDDEN, AJS.
CIIARLES P. S'rAn1z, M.D.
Medic-al Examiner and School Physician
ur New Professors
THEODORE F. HERMAN, D.D.
HE chair of Psychology has been most ably filled during the past year by Professor Herman.
lt is a privilege to have a course of this kind in the hands of so capable a man, one whose
reputation as an authority on his subject is country wide. Ilis lectures have been of great worth
and have been highly appreciated by those who are fortunate enough to have taken the course.
Professor Herman was no stranger to us as for some years past he has been occupying the chair
of Systematic Theology in the Seminary. We all used to especially enjoy his remarks at our
football mass meetings. He knew whereof l1e spoke, too, for he was a member of one of the first
gridiron teams which ever represented Franklin and Marshall.
He graduated with the class of 1895 and then entered the Seminary. After leaving that insti-
tution in 1898 he spent two years in Germany, where he took up advanced work.
Upon his return to this eoun try in 1000, Dr. Herman accepted the pastorate of the Reformed
Church of Lafayette, Ind. He remained there until 1903 when the largest Reformed Church in
Allentown issued a call to him. This was accepted and he served this congregation for seven
years, until in 1910 he was elected to the chair of Systematic Theology in the Reformed Theologi-
cal Seminary, which chair he still occupies.
Dr. Herman is editor-in-chief of the "Reformed Church Review" and is the Sunday-school
Editor of the "Reformed Church Messenger."
CIIARLES EDWARD MEYICIIS, A. M.
f HE vacancy in our
has been filled by a man
who is peculiarly adapted
to the position both from
the standpoint of ability
and inclination. Profes-
sor Meyers came to us
with quite an enviable
record for accomplishing
things and his first year
with us has but borne out
his former reputation.
Being a Franklin and
Marshall graduate. in tl1e
class of' 1902, he naturally
was ready to come back
and serve his Alma Mater
in the capacity of an
instructor. After graduat-
ing he entered the Sem-
inary and in 1905 he re-
ceived his diploma from
that institution. During
the years 1901412 he served as instructor in German at Yeates School.
Immediately upon leaving the Seminary he accepted a. call to become pastor
ot' Emmanuel Reformed Clmrch, York, Pa. He remained there for four
years, during which he also taught German in thc York County Academy.
In 1909 he accepted the pastoratc of St. .lohn's Reformed Church of Phila.-
delphia, where he remained until called to Franklin and Marshall. Wlhile
in Philadelphia. he availed himself of the opportunity to become a graduate
student in English Literature and English Philology at the University of'
Pennsylvania. In addition to this he served as an instructor in English
at that institution from 1911 to 1915. In 1913 the University conferred
upon him the degree of Master ol' Arts.
The Stafl' extend their best. wishes to l'roI'essor Meyers as well as con-
gratulations upon the success of his first year ol' work at Franklin and
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The Student Weekly
Editor-in-ellief. . '
Literary Editor. .
Maliaging Editor .... -..--
News Editor .... b
Associate Editors ....
Assistant Business Manager ...........
FRED D. WENTZEI1, '16
JOHN B. Noss, '16
F. L. REICIIERT, '16
A. A. Koonm, '16
C. C. MUEHE, '17 I
F. S. Fourz, '17
L. C. LIGIITNER, '18
M. D. SCIIAFFNER, '16
Business Manager .............. ......
.R. L. I-IEn.ns'r, '17
Among the numerous innovations at Franklin and Marshall during the
past year, probably the one most vital to the welfare, both present and
future, of the College has been the "Student-Weekly." This as
implies is the result of the union of the two journals which were
issued under the name of the institution, the "F, and M. Weekly
"College Student." The first named was the conveyor of news
rent topics while the latter was of purely a literary nature. .
The present "Student-WVeekly" endeavors to combine these two ends
and purposes, as its constitution states, "to promote the welfare of the
College hy recording, presenting, and interpreting accurately the various
activities associated and concerned with the College." One issue out ol'
every four contains a literary supplement which is a worthy substitute for
" and the
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thc old "Student" The paper is closely connected with the Literary
Societies and four oi' the editorial staff as well as the business managers
must be selected from those bodies.
The first stages of journalistic endeavors at Franklin and Mai'sl1all were
the result of the efforts of the late Hou. William Uhler Hensel, who in 1870
founded the magazine known as "College Days." This publication was
of a literary nature and was supported by both societies. After an exis-
tence of ten years it gave way to the "College Student," whose original
editors were E. L. Kemp, '81, and F. E. Bucher, '81. It was not until
ten years later that tl1e first "F. and M. Weekly " was issued.
From that time on the two publications had been issued contemporan-
eously, and although by no means competitive in their natures, yet neither
one had in recent years been receiving support enough to warrant a sue-
cessful continuance, considered from a financial standpoint. Therefore it
was dee111ed advisable to unite tl1e two if possible, and tl1is.was accomplished
by the opening of tl1e 1915-16 collegiate year.
Much credit for the successful union of the College papers is due to the
Faculty Committee composed of Profs. SehaeHer, Klein, Grose, and Meyers.
Their untiring efforts have had much to do with the proper direction
of the new organ. These professors are members of the advisory
Council retained by the "Student-Weekly" for thc above mentioned
Under the leadership of an efficient Editor-in-chief and an able Staff, this
new institution in the journalistic circles of the College has had most en-
couraging succcss to dale. With a continuance of the present policy of
strict impartiality and non-partisanship in current matters, there cannot
be but a bright future for the Franklin and Marshall "Student-1Veekly."
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FRATRES IN URBE
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GROVE LOOIIER TIIEOIIORI-1 B. Al'l'L1E, M.D.
C. REESE EAIIY, ESQ. F- S- STUART, JR-
E. R. ZAIIM J. EDXVARD GOOIJELI.
M. DAVIDSON JAMES C. LEAMAN
I'IONVARD J. LOWELI., ESQ. JOHN H. EVANS
ROUERT J, EVANS IIUGII F. MCGRANN
GEORGE M. I-IOOVI-JR, M.D. SUMNEII V. IIOs'I'ImMAN, ESQ.
JAMI-:S RENO LOOIIEII HENRY W- BRUBAKER
GEORGE S. FRANKLIN W. VVILBON I-IEINIT1-III
IIOIIACI-I C. KINZEII, M.D. F. C- SCIIAEFFER
NAM-1 N S, BABY WAI.'rEn C. ZIMMEIIMAN
JOIIN A. IIIPI-LE, ESQ. W- EIJWINQKIGEFER
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ALBERT F. SIIENOII, ESQ. D- W- RIMISHALL
AI.I.IcN Il. VVALLACE PAUL LUWRIJA
J. FIII-:D SENEII ARTHUR MYUN
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EDXVARD EVERETT NIYLIN
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HENRY JUSTIN RODOY HOKE BAIII
GEOIIGE IIENRY Oruvmon JOIIN AI.1IEII'v SLAGEN
WILLIAM IIERVEY WORK Josm-II RAIIIIAEL STINE
EDMOND RIIUE SYKES EMMITT WIGIISII RASIIIIIIIGE
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John M. Ruby
William T. ltichstein
1rVilliam A. Duncan
Arthur B. Dodge
Jolm S. llengier
Edward T. Hager
Herbert N. Breneman
Melvin 1'. Miller
Henry B. Cochran
Hon. Eugene G. Smith
Alfred H. Nanman
James F. lllagce
Robert W. Steigerwalt
Hon. Charles 1. Landis
Clarence 0. Lichty
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Benjamin C. Atlee, Esq.
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Charles E. Netseher, M.D.
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James T. Lane
John C. Hager, Jr.
James E. Sides
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Carl N. Netseher
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Henry Kissinger Reiss Ilolston
Daniel I-Ierr Kunkel
Thomas Anthony Martone
Clement VVeiser Deehant Thomas llillrolh
George Roberts Hetrieh
William Henderson Hager, Jr. I
'1ll100ll0l'0 Miller Leinbaeh
Richard Alvin Livingston
Abner Eisaman Henry
Gerald Diebert Gise
Victor William Dippell, 1'h.D
Earl Brandt Grosh
Frederick Leet Reichert
Garvey Titus Breinipg Lobaeh
John Hertzler Hollinger
Richard Conrad Francis Sehiedt, Ji
Robert llllllgll Elder
John Albert Butler
John Christian Bucher
Robert Emory Patterson Yoder
1Villiam John Hoover
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. . . . . . .. Swarthmore College
. . . . . . . .State College
. . . . .Dartmouth College
. . . . Amherst College
. . . .llrown University
. . . . . Cornell University
. . . Syracuse University
. . .. Columbia University
. . .. Colgate University
. . . .. . .John Hopkins University
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. . . .University of Texas
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Case School of Applied Science
De Pauw University
University of Indiana
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University of Chicago
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. . . . .University of Wisconsin
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PHI KAPPA PSI-PENNSYLVANIA ETA CHAPTER
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COLORS FRATERNITY OMAN
Magenta and Silver "The Signet"
Alpha ..... ........... IN Iassaehusetts Agricultural College
Beta. ..... .... I Inion University
Gamma ...., .... C ornell University
Delta ...... .... I Iniversity of West Virginia.
Epsilon ...... .... Y ale University
Zeta ..... .... C 'ollege of the City of New York
Eta. .. . . .... University of Maryland
Theta... . . .... Columbia University
Iota ..... ..,. S tevens Institute of Technology
Kappa .... .... I' ennsylvania State College
Lamhala. .. . .... George Washington University
Mu ..... .,.. U niversity of Pennsylvania
Nu .... .... I .ehigh University
Xi ........ .... S t. Lawrence University
Omieron ..... .... IN lassaehusetts Institute of T eehnology
Pi ....... .... I Franklin and Marshall College
Rho ..... .... I Queen's University
Sigma ..... .... S t. John's College
Tau ..... . . .... Dnrtlnnouth College
Upsilon ..... .... B rown University
Phi ....... .... S warthmore College
Chi. . . .... W'illia1ns College
Psi ......... .... I Iniversity of Virginia
Omega .,.,.,...., .... I Iniversity of California
Alpha-Deuteron.. . . .... University of Illinois
Beta-Deuteron ..... .... I Iniversity of Minnesota
Gamma-Deuteron ..... ..,, I Tniversity of Iowa
Epsilon-Deuteron ..... ............. I Iniversity of Michigan
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RAY IIEIFF IIEn'rzoG WILLIAM ALLEN IIAMMOND
STANLEY N ISSLEY MUMMA MEAIJE DANIEL SCIIAFFNER.
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DAVID ALLEN WVILLIAMS
111-:RMAN Iluuo NIES
.1'1REDERICK CLIGVER BALD
JOHN MIl1TON BOWVMAN
FRANK 11f1CLAUG1lLIN 1f'ons'ruUnG
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Virtus Semper Viriclis Red and White
lllifmlncn IN FAeU1.TY
H. M. J. Klein, Ph.D.
Roy M. 110111112111
Samuel N. Shelley
Claude T. King
1Vallaee T. Robinson
Tvllllillll E. Sohll
Victor H. Jones
R. Edwin Kutz
Irwine A. Raulmenhold
F. Preston Fravel
Oscar C. Allshousc Alvin F. Dietz
Charles T. Roller Roy 1V. Honsherger
J. Cover Moyer' Harry V. Ilarhaugh
Ernest YV. Brindle Frank S. 1Veiss
George J. Willauer Ivan E. Fisher
Simon H. Xvilllgillllllll Paul T. Stonesifer
Charles C. Allshonse Claude T. Kissinger
Charles T. Greulich llarry E. Shepherdson
Harry C. Cnlsliaw
Clarence T. Moyer Daniel Koeker
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Goethean Literary Society
Speaker ....... .
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Reviewer .... .
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. . . .R. E. P. YODER
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. . . .R. G. VVITMER
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F. G. Derr
F. M. Erdman
P. N. Fox
P. S. Fritz
A. R. Glessner
WV. E. Glessncr
R. L. Herbst
R. R. Herzog
D. R. Keener
E. J. Kessler
H. N. Kehres
C. C. Kissinger
C. A. Kressley
F. B. Leinbach
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G. W. Levun
A. YV. Lick
L. C. Lightner
P. M. Limbert
R. A. Livingston
J. C. Mcssner
C. M. Miller
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J. G. Moyer
J. B. Noss
F. L. Reichert
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H. S. Rickert
E. A. Roberts
C. D. Rockel
C. E. Shappel
R. E. Starr
F. A. Sterner
0. M. Stoudt
M. A. Smith
W. E. Troutman
M. C. VValtersdorf
F. S. lVeiss
F. D. Wentzel
G. J. Willnuer
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Blue and Gold
C. S. BECK, '16
D. H. FRANTZ, '17
F. S. Folfrz, '17
W. A. IIAMMOND, '16
P. A. NIUIGLLER, '18
H. C. R.UIlL, '18
W. H. SASSAMAN, '17
J. H. LENHARD, '17
OFFICERS 011' EXECUTIVE BOARD
S. N. MUMMA, '16, President F. S. Forxrz, '17
J. H. LENIIARD, '17, Secretary WM. H. SASSAMAN, '17
G. R. I-IETRICII, '18
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W. A. HAMMOND
A. A. Koomm
S. S. BARD
C. W. IDECIIANT
A. 0. ESIIELMAN
F. S. Fourz
D. H. FRANTZ
P. G. IHIAYES
J. R. H0r.l.1Nc:mn
J. H. LIGNIIARD
F. C. BALD
WM. H. IIAGER, Jn.
G. R. HETRICII
J. H. HOLLINGIQH
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W. E. IJILL
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C. L. NIARTIN
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S. N. MUMMA
I-I. G. RIPPLE
M. D. Scrum-'NER
A. H. M.KRTI1AI
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C. W. IDECIIANT, '17
The Mereersburg Club
fJl'g11lliZi'll l"cln'uau'y ll, 1013
D. E. FAUST, '19
R. E. IJARTMAN, Sem.
V. H. JONES, Sem.
C. A. IQRESSLEY, '17
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G. MOYER, '16
J. MUSSER, '17
A. RAUBENIIOLIJ, Sem.
J. W. RICIIIARDS, Sem.
. A. Rolsmlvrs, '18
. R. Tosll, Sem.
H. WAUG AMAN, '17
. A. VVENTZ, Sem.
J. W. W1'r1m1zsP0oN, '16
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The Massanutten Club
Organized Um-lohvr 8, 1914-
TXTICMISIGRS IN S1':m1NA1u'
F. P. FRAVIQL, '17
N. I-I. FRAVEL, '18
Mmumns IN CoLL11:mc
I-I. V. I'IARl3AUGII, '15
C. T. ROLI.1'IR, '16
P. T. ST0N1':s11f'1c1c, '17
J. C. K0oNs, '17
E. W. KooNs, '17
W. E. 1"1uNc:lf:n, '18
A. D. SMITH, '18
. . . .C. T. ITOLLER
E. W. Kooxs
P. T. STON1cs11fl':u
J. C. .KOONS
C. W. XVOTRIXG, '16 P. A. BIUITLLER, '13 C. L. XIARTIN, '16 F. D. XY!-ZXTZEL, '16
:xH1TIl1ilt1YC Negative Xcgative Affirmative
C. D. RQCKEL. '16 DR. H. M. J. KLEIN PROP. A. Y. HIESTER G. K. BARD, '16
Negative Coach Coach Af'Ern1ative
STI' DEXT SENATE
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President .,,........ ..., I IENRY K. R. IIO1.s'rON
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.IAM1-ss W. XVITHERSPUUN ..., .....,..... . .
Aivriiuu I'IERMAN ......
SIMON P. WHITEHEAO.
IIENRY K. R. IIOLSTON.
FRED D. VVENTZICI. .... .
J. G. MCJ1'lClC,.' .... . . . .
BEN IJAVIS .,,,.,....,,,.
CLAYTON W. WO'1'1uNu.
Phi Kzippu Psi
Phi Sigma Kappa
Phi Kappa Sigma
. Frmlklin Club
PAUL G. IIAYES JOHN li. Noss
RAYMOND A. McC1,E1.L.xN C. A. Kicwssnm'
THOMAS V. PORTER SVIENTII-'IC SOCIETY
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Thomas C Porter Scientific Society
President. . .
Secretary, . .
'1il'C2ISlll'Cl'. . .
DR. R. C. SCIIIEDT
DR. J. E. IQERSIINER
PROF. H. H. BECK
G. H. ZELLERS
II. A. BARR
C. S. BECK
J. K. 'GRIM
H. E. HARING
R. R. IIERTZOG
I. E. FISHER
L. H. GEISENIIERIIER
I. R. HOI.I.INc:ER
R. V. ANGLE
N. F. EIIERMAN
. . . . . . . . . . . .HAROLD A. BARR,
. . .IIORACE E. IIARING
PROF. A. T. G. APPLE
PROII. W. E. VVEISGERBICR
PROF. J. A. ROTIIERMEL
R. M. IIAI.Imf:II
R. K. IIONOMAN
R. W. HONSIIERGER
P. G. IVIURRAY
M. W. MILLER
F. L. IIEICIIERT
G. W. LEVAN
II. C. TIIORIIAIIN
J. JVILLA II ICR
OIIIIOMORE M EMIIERS
E. R. JETTE
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E. II. BICRGIGR.
R. B. ROIIRER
M. D. SCIIAI-'ENIIR'
C. E. SIIAPPELL
W. G. MARKEL
I.. I.. SPANOAIQE
I. B. JVINGERI
A. R. IIAR'rzEI.L
A. G. NI'lIIII4
J. A. E. ZIMMERMAN
Y. M. C. A. CABIXET
Y. M. C. A.
President ..... .,............. C 3. I J. RIJCJICEL, '16
Vice-president .... .... X V. E. NIOOREIIEAD, '18
Secretzu-y ...... .... l '. M. 'l.1Mmcn'1', '18
Treasurer .....,.,..............,...... M. D. Sc:nA1+'1+'NEn, '16
CI-IAIRMICN Ulf' STANDING CT0MMI'l'TlCl4IS
Gospel Deputntion ..................... F. D. XVIGNTZEL, '16
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Bible Study .,..
Mission Study. . .
Social Service ....... ....
Hand Book .......... .
Employment Blll'Cllll .... .............
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C. D. ROUKEL, '16
H. K. HOI.STON, '16
W. HAMMOND, '16
M. D. SUIIAFFNER, '16
W. E. MOfJliEllEAD, '18
J. G. Movmn, '16
J. G. Movlm, '16
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Vice-president. . . .................. . . . .
M. W. JONES, '16
D. H. FIIANTZ, '17
. . . .H. K. R. IIOLSTON, '16
T. B. LOIIACII, '17
Leader ........ ................. . . .
.ACC0lllDill1iSt ..... ............. . . .
D. H. FRANTZ,
IC. YV. KOONS,
D. H. IQUNKLE, '16
J. W. WITIIEIISPOON, '16
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.A. M. MASONIIEIMEII
GLIQSSNER, '18 I
C. T. MOYER, '19
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Green Room Club
becond Assistant 1VIanagcr .... .........
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M. W. JONES
W. F. PREIN
J. H. SIIERTS
J. G. MQYER
C. W. DECUANT
C. P. SURIVER, '15
H. O. O,NEILL, '15
J. H. SIIERTS, '15
J. G. MOYER, '16
M. W. JONES, '16
J. G. MOYER, '16
W. F. PREIN, '17
I-I. O. 0,N1CII1L
W. G. NIARKLE
P. S. FRITZ
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Director .... . . . .... G. K. BAND, '16
Manager.. ......... .................... . I. R. IIoI.I.1Nc:lc1c, '17
G. K. BARD, '16 D. I. CILEINI, '18
J. A. BORGER, '16 S. E. I.oImc1l, Sem. '17
R. W. IIoNsnE1ccmu, '16 II. J. DONIKT, Sem. '16
E. D. G1c11"1f'1TIls
J. R. IIOLLINGER, '17 J. IIoI.I.I+:Nn.u'll, Sem. '18
C. C. A1.1.snouslf:, '18
D. V. SNYn1f:1c
C. M. TAUSIG, '19
A. R. G1.1+:ssN1cu, '18 H. R. WoI+:lcNlcu, '10
II. C. 'I'IIOR13A11N, '17 INIARCUS I'Ac1ll':1.nLIf:
, PI'OhlblI1011 ASSOCIHIIOH
l'l'CSIdCllt .... ' .... A. lf' Dnlrrz, '16
Vice-president .... .... C I. L BIARTIN, '16
Secretary .... II. C. Rum., '18
Treasurer ..... R. E. S'rA1uc, '17
Reporter .... .... .... l ' '. D IVIGNTZEL, '16
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Varsity Football Team-1915
Manager . ........ . .
Assistant Managers ....
Captain .... . . .
Left End .....
Left Tackle ....
Left Guard .....
Right Guard ...,.
Right Tackle ....
Right End ......
Right Half-back .....
Left Half-back .....
M. W. JONES
L. J. Mussr-in
W. N. 131ucNNIc1c
THE T EAM
G. K. Bfxiw
E. E. NIYLIN, Captain
A. S. I-IERMAN
J. A. SMITH
W. E. FEIIIT
A. C. WEETSCII
L. R. BERGEE
L. J. NIUSSER
D. A. WILLIABIS
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J. G. MOYEII, '16
I. B. 1v1NGER, '17
B. W. LUTTENISERGER, '17
R. L. HIQIIBST, '17
E. E. BIYLIN, '16
.. . .1'. K. EVANS
. . . .A. C. VVERTSCII
. . . .C. T. ROLLER
. . . .J. E. 1vITlIERSPOON
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.. . .J. A. SMITH
L. R. BIIIIHIIGIQ
. . . .E. E. MX'I.IN
. . . .11 A. WILLIAMS
E. J. KESSLER
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T. li. LOHACII
J. E. SCIINEIIJEH
J. G. MO1'Ell
J. W. VVITIIERSPOON
J. G. MOYEE
C. T. ROLLER
W. N. BIQENNEE
P. K. EVANS
E. J. ICESSLER
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SEASON or 1915
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St. Jolm's, nt Lzmcustcr.. . .
Dickinson, at Carlisle .......
Swartlimore, :Lt Swarthmore.
Susquelmmm University, ut L
H:Lve1'lo1'cl, at LELIlCilStCl' .....
Ursinus, at Lancaster.. . . .
Gettysburg, at 1-ALI1C2lStCl'. . .
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VARSITY FOOTBALL TEAM
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The 1915 Football Season
UR football season ol' last fall must brine 'o to the heart of ever
loyal son of Franklin and Ma1'sl1all. Out of a total of nine games
played we won seven, scoring Q48 points as over against 43 scored by our
0 u Jonents. Financiall the season was an unc ualified success, due mainl
to the efficient direction of lkfanager lVIoyer. A
The first frame of the season was a mractice one with St. Jose Jhls Catholic
Club, of Lancaster. The St. Joseplfs boys played a hard, clean game, but
were outclassed and defeated, 60 to 0.
The second frame was with Penn, at Fhiladel hia. Fired b f the memor
of last year's victory, the team put up a wonderful fight, and l11lSSCd a
victory only by a hair's breadth, the final score being 10 to 6 i11 Pennls
favor. The sensation ol' the game was Captain lVfylin's spectacular run
of seventy yards through thc whole Penn team for a touchdown.
The St. John's game was easy for the Blue and tVhite warriors. In the
mink of condition b this time, our team com mletel overwhelmed the lVIar -
land boys by a score of 48 to 0.
A week later F. and NI. defeated Dickinson on their field, 19 to 0. The
weather was bad for football, and Dickinson nut u m a Jluck fi rllt, but in
spite of adverse conditions we triumphed.
On October twenty-third the student body accompanied the team to
Swarthmore, and there witnessed what was universally declared to be one
of the llil,l'Cl6Slf-fOllU'l1lZ frames Etlld most rlorious victories that F .- and M.
ts rl fp
has had. Before a rreat crowd of s rectators, cheered on b the student
body and encourafred b the student band, our team defeated Swarthmore,
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Q1 to 7.
Susquehanna proved to be very easy, being defeated by a score ol'
53 to 0. Two touchdowns, made in as many minutes by Moyer on long
forward passes, were a spectacular feature of this game.
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Haverford put up their usual hard game against F. and M., but our
splendid work in forward passing gained us the victory. The score lor
this game was 18 to 0.
Ursinus was the next victim. They put up a hard fight, as they always
do against F. and M., and kept us in suspense a great part of the time, but
in the end the 'Blue and White again were victorious, winning by a score ol'
Q0 to lfi.
The annual Thanksgiving contest with Gettysburg was a sore disappoint-
lncnt to us all. Of course this is the game we are most anxious to win.
And after the splendid showing made by our team during the season, few
of us had much doubt as to the result. But on 'l'hanksgiving Day, under
the most favorable weather conditions, and with a crowd of seven thousand
people looking on, we suffered a bitter disillusionment. Gettysburg proved
to be unexpectedly strong, our own team unexpectedly weak, and over-
coniident, and the result was a most heart-breaking defeat, 13 to 8. It was
a had ending to a season othcrn ise so suceessiul, and seemed at the time to
cancel with one fell swoop all our previous triumphs. But one defeat does
not seriously affect our last season's record. which contains so many victories,
and it may well be said that the 1915 season was one of the most successful
in Franklin and Marshall's football history.
As to the prospects for next year, we can say but little. Five of the best
men on the 1915 team will graduate this spring. Captain hiylin expects
to be back to lead the team next fall, and several of the varsity men of
last season remain, together with a lot of promising material from the
scrubs and class teams. It is to be hoped that the incoming Freshman
class will bring us some football material. And we may safely depend on
the old, undaunted lfranklin and Marshall spirit to carry us on to more
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Manager .......... , .J. T.. IRICKERT, '15
Assistant Manager . . . .M. D. Sc11.x1f'if'NER, ,Iii
Captain ...,..... . .J. A. SMITH, '16
Coach. . . ...... , . .CnAs. W. ltflavsnn.
IIE 1915 Track season did not turn out to he much of a success. Wfhen
the time for the Penn Relays came, there was not much spirit mani-
fested for the preparation of a team to participate. The result was that
we were not represented in the relays. Captain Smith, '16, was entered
in the pentathlon and finished sixth with a score of 26. Porterfield tied
with nine other men, from various other colleges, in the pole-vault at a
height ot IQ lt. 9 in. The next meet in order was the Triangular, in which
our team did exceedingly well, when we consider that three of our best
men could not compete. The meet with llucknell on the Q2nd of Nlay was
canceled on account ol' climatic inclemency. The Inter-Class Meet in
the spring was a very successful event. The fact that the Freshman Class
hronght only o11e man who was a scorer in any event also was a great handi-
cap for the lmuilding of a good winning team. The hope of all was that we
could win the Triangular lV1eet i11 prel'erence to all the rest so that the fine,
large cup, two of whose legs were won hy the teams of '13 and '14, would
hecome the permanent possession ol' Franklin and lVlarsha.ll. In the Middle
Atlantic States Meet we succeeded in scoring in only two events.
Tum '1'1t1ANo lzmn M icwr
ln the Triangular Meet hetween Franklin and lNIarshall. Dickinson, and
Bucknell University at Carlisle, on Saturday, May eighth. the l". and M.
team was forced to take second place. The reason for the reverse was the
inahility ol' Porterfield, Martone, l'yl'er, and Diehl to compete. Dickinson
led with 55 points, l". and M. followed with 4-I, and Bucknell trailed on the
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rear with 26. Had the team succeeded in winning the meet, the handsome
silver cup would have become the permanent property of the Blue and
White, since two legs of it had been won in the meets of 1913 and 1914-.
The meet was slow and not marked by any exceptional performances.
F. and M. took five firsts, four seconds, and one third in the thirteen events.
Captain Smith, '16, scored the most points for his team by taking first
place in the shot put, hammer throw, and discus throw.
220-Yard Dash-Won by Ingram, Dickinson, second, Michael, F. and M., third, Warfield,
Dickinson, timc, 22.5.
M0-Yard Dash-Won by Yates, Dickinson, second, Stronp, F. and M., third, VS elsch, Dickin-
son, time, 51.0.
880-Yard Dash-Won by Johns, F. and M., second, Gardner, Dickinson, third, Stevenson,
Bucknell, time, 2.9.
One Mile Run-Won by llaehman, Bucknell, second, Johns, F. and M., third, Courtney.
Dickinson, timc, 4-.Al--l-JA.
Two Mile Run-Won by Coxe, F. and M., second, Flood, Dickinson, third McGrady, Dickin-
son, time, 10.1156
220-Yard llllrdlcs-1Von by Yates, Dickinson, second, Hager, F. and M., third, Lawrence,
Bucknell, time, 26.5.
Shot Put-Won by Smith, F. and M., second, Massiglio, lluckncll, third, MacGregor, Dickin-
son, distance, ll-1 ft., 6 in.
Hammer 'l'hrow-Won by Smith, F. and M., second, Musser, F. and M., third, Healm, Dick-
inson, distance, 121 ft., 6 in.
Discus 'l'hrow-Won by Smith, F. and M., second, Wallace, Dickinson, third, Leighton,
Bucknell, distance, 104 ft., 8 in.
High Jump-Won by Wade, liuckncll, second, Palm, Dickinson, third, Dolphin, Bucknell,
height, 5 ft., 7 in.
Broad Jump-Won by Yates, Dickinson, sccond, Warfield, Dickinson, third, Stroup,
F. and M., distance, 21 ft.
Tun BIIDDLE A'rI.AN'r1e STATES NIEET
Un the 15th of lVIay, 1915, the Middle Atlantic States Inter-Collegiate
Meet was held on Yvalton Field, Ilaverford, Pa. Franklin and Marshall
.Y . . A e . e g - 1 e 1 1
illjl HEQAQQ QKHFLAMM
entered only a few men because of the disorganized condition of the track
team in general. The meet was won by Rutgers College. The following
is a summary of the points scored by the different teams.
1. Rutgers College ..... .............. . .. 25
2. Lafayette College. . . . . . 22
3. Lehigh University .... 20
A1-. Swarthmore College.. . . . . . 18
5. Gettysburg College ..... . . . 16
6. Haverford College ...... ........ . . . 16
7. Dickinson College .... ............. . . . 13
8. Washington and Jelferson College ..... . . . 7
9. Franklin and Marshall College ..... . . . 5
10. Stevens Institute ...................... ....... ..........
In this meet nine old records were broken. Coxe, '17, and Miel1ael, '18,
took second and third in the two-mile run and Q20-yard dash respectively.
The weight events were so well contested that we did not succeed in placing.
SPRING INTER-CLASS MEET
The Class of 1917 showed its .superiority in the Inter-Class Meet which
took place on the 26th of May, 1915. The '17 men were winners in every
event except the pole-vault. Smith, '16, the track captain, and Brindle,
'17, were the highest individual point scorers with 15 points each. The
meet was won by the '17 men with a score ol 62 points. The following is
a summary of the results of the meet.
POINTS Scourzn nv 'run Cmssns '
1914 ..... ..............,................ ... 13
1915 .,... ... IQ
1916 ..... ... 35
1917 ..... ... 62
1918 ..... ........, ... 31
100-Yard Dash--Won by Martone, '1Gg second, Stroup, '1'7g third, Michael, '1S3 fourth, Moyer,
'16: time, 10156.
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2920-Yard Dash-Won by Michael, '18, second, Stroup, '17, third, Wiernmn, '17, fourth
Moyer, '16, time, 23:13.
220-Yard Low Hurdles-1Von by lirindle, '17, second, Iluger, '18, third, Moyer, '16, fourth,
Fritz, '17, time, 32.
4-40-Yard Dash-Won by Murtone, '16, second, Stroup, '17, third, Kessler, '18, fourth, Michael,
'18, time, 5396.
880-Yard Run-Won by Kessler, '18, second, Ilrindle, '17, third, Limbert, '18, fourth, Erd-
nmn, '17, time, 2.18.
One Mile Run-Won by Coxc, '17, second, Fritz, '17, third, Limbert, '18, fourth, Shriver, '18,
Two Mile Run-Won by Coxc, '17, second, Fritz, '17, third, lhtld, '1S, fourth, llnring, '16,
Hummer Throw-Won by Smith, '16, second, Musser, '17, third, Gilbert, '17, fourth, Forst-
burg, '18, distance, 132 ft., 6 in.
Shot Put-Won by Smith, '16, second SII.SS11.11l!lIl, '17, third, Gilbert, '17, fourth, Fcidt, '17,
distunec, 39 ft., 2. in.
Discus Throw-Won by Smith, '16, second, Feidt, '17, third, Snssaunnn, '17, fourth, Wither-
spoon, '16, distance, 110 ft.
Iligh Jump-Won by Portcrfield, '11, second, Appel, '15, third, Declumt, '17, fourth, Unger,
'18 and Slmppell, '16, tied, height. 5 ft., 8 in.
Brozid Jump-Won by Appel, '15, second, Berger, '18, third, llrindle, '17, fourth, Wiernmn,
'17, distance, 20 ft.
Pole Vuult-Won by Porterfield, '1-1, second. Slmppell, '16, third, Appel, '15, fourth, Berger,
'18, height, 12 ft., 1 in. -
INDIVIDUA I, POINT Seom-: ns
Brindle, '17, Smith, '16 ..... ,...,.................... . . . 15
Portcrfield, '14 ,....... . . . 18
Appel, '15 ......... ..,... . ., 12
Coxc, '17, Mnrlone, '16 ..., . . . 10
Stroup, '17 ........,,.... . 9
Michael, '18 ..,..,..,.... . . . 8
Fritz, '17, Kessler, '18 .... ,....,. ,.... ..., . . . . . .. .. . 7
Snssarnun, '17.. .....,......,.......,.........,..,..,.........,......,,....... . 5
1"eidt, '17, Gilbert, '17, lierger, '18, Moyer, '16, Hlnippell, '16, llnger, '18, Limbert, '18. .,.... 4
Musser, '17, Wiernuin ' " 3
. lf .........,.....,,.........,,,.................,.....
Bold, '18 ............ ' ,....... ,.... ,..,,.........,............................. . . . El
Deeluult, '17, 1'h'dnmn, '17, Shriver, '18, Fortsburg, '18, llnring, '16, 11'itherspoon, '16 .... . 1
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120-Yard High Hurdles-Won by lirindle, '17, sceond, Porterfield, '1-1: third, Appel, '15,
i i i i Aff i i i
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r I .'w!ffE,,f3g: ,- .LL xv
' Orrlouns or Mm-rr
Prof. Charles W. Mayser, H. A. Schaf'l'ner. Starters, M. W. Jones, E. H. llerger, H. L. Jones,
Roy Honsherger, Mark Thatcher, li. R. Glidden, P. J. Sykes, Judges: Uonrad C. Muehe, Tally
Man: J. Lloyd Riekert, Manager of Meet.
FALL INTER-CLASS TRACK Mmm'
The Fall Meet was substituted for the regular Fall Cross Country Run.
Only seven events were contested and only twenty different men were con-
testants. Not much spirit was manifested in it, but as usual tl1e Class of
'17 carried off the honors of the meet.
Pomrs Sconnn nr 'nm Cmssm
1916... ...............,............... ....18
1919 ,... . .... IQLQ
100-Yard Dash-Won hy Marlone, '16, second, Michael, '18, third, Wicrman, '17, fourth,
'1'horlJahn, '17, time, 11.
2920-Yard Low Hurdles-Won hy Ilagcr, '18, second, Marshall, '19, time, 29.
Broad Jump-Won hy lierger, '18, second, lirindle, '17, third, Shappell, '16, fourth, Dechant,
'17, distance, 19 ft., IX. in.
Shot Put-VVon by Smith, '16, second, Cilherl, '17, third, Sassaman, '17, fourth, Musscr, '17
distance, 38 ft., QM in.
Mile Run-Won hy Coxc, '17, second, Fritz, '17, third, Tausig, '19, fourth, Limbert, '18,
44-0-Yard Dash-Wvun hy Martone, '16, second, Michael, '18, third, Tliorhalm, '17, time. 57.
High Jump-Won hy Gernant, '19, second, llagcr, '18, third, Moyer, '17, Marshall, '19'
and Shappell, '16, tied, height, 5 ft., 2 in.
0rrxcI.u.s or Mlcnr
S, M. Shelly, Starter, C. C. Muehe, Tally Man, M. D. St'lltl.H'I10l', Manager.
8 Dental asm lu If
T e n n 1 s
Manager ........... .... R . A. MCCLELIIAN, '16
Assistant Manager .... .... C :ONRAD C. MUICIIE, '17
Captain .......... .... I 'IANS NOLDE, EX '18
Coach .... . . .... P1101-'. J. N. SCIIAEFFER
GEORGE ICUNKEL, '15 MINSTER ICUNKEL, '15
D. H. KUNKEL, '16 ' :HANS NOLDE, EX '18
T. B. LEINBACII, '18 R. L. I-IE1ms'r. '17
WVILLIAM VVITIIERSPOON, '16
ENNIS at Franklin and Marshall has had a Varied career. At times
splendid teams represented the Blue and WVhite and in inter-collegiate
ranks the wielders of the racquet held F. and M. in high respect. But
until within the last two years, the game had fallen into discard here and
it was with difHculty that the manager was able to schedule games with
even colleges which are classed lower than Franklin and Marshall. But
all that has been changed and the man to whom the credit must be given
is Manager R. A. McClellan. Two years ago he took hold of the tennis
proposition when it was at its lowest ebb. By gradual work he has raised
the game until now it is one of the most popular sports at F. and M. By
first interesting the students in the usual fall matches, an idea of the mater-
ial which could be developed was obtained. Through the efforts of Prof.
J. N. Schaeffer, who undertook to coach the team, a first-class squad was
turned out. In all seven matches were played. Of these, F. and M. won
three, lost two, and tied two. For the first time, tl1e members of the team
obtained monograms for representing the college on the court in intercol-
aisiai eairilia l T
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legiate matches. lly a ruling of the Student Senate, a man who plays in
three-fourths of the intercollegiate matches and wins at least half of his
games is entitled to a monogram. The awarding of letters has stimulated
interest in tennis to a marked degree and no further trouble is expected in
having candidates turn out for the team. In former years, the 1nen1bers
of tl1e tennis team worked for glory only and got very little of that. Now
that tennis is an intercollegiate sport on a firm basis at Franklin and Mar-
shall, let us keep it there.
The scores and matches F. and M. participated in during the 1915
May 1-Reading Country Club at Lancaster
F. and M. 3g Reading 1
May 8-Lancaster Country Club at Country Club
F. and M. 2g Lancaster, 8
May 15-Dickinson at Lancaster
F. and M. 3, Dickinson, 3.
May 18-Gettysburg at Gettysburg
F. and M. 4g Gettysburg, 2.
May 28-Q9-Quadrangular Meet at Carlisle
F. and M. 2, Bucknell, 8g Dickinson, 6g Lebanon Valley, 0.
June 5-Swarthmore at Lancaster
F. and M. 3g Swarthmore, 3.
June 9-Gettysburg at Lancaster
F. and M. 63 Gettysburg, 0.
FVO11, 3, Lost, Q3 Tie, Q.
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The Zllllllllll Tennis 'llOlll'llkLlIlCIllL was 1-0111ple1ccl 011 Fl'lllil.y, Uctolmer 15,
1915. Prof. I-I. II. Beck presenlcrl il splendid racquet To D. ll. Kunkel,
the winner. F. C. Gzlrwood III'CSCllt0f.l 2111 llllllJl'Cll2l to R. L. llcrbsl, the
Livingstone NL I'IiLl'lIlg J 6fQ, 6 '4 Kunkel
Huring A1 6-1,6-4 6-4,6-2,6---L
3VLil1c1's11o011 Y27i1:1c:'sg511E1113 Kunkel X Kunkel
6 6 -l "', " ' 1 6-3 6-1 6-0 6-4 8-6
Kunkel Ql ' l ' '
Gc1'11:1nt NL Herbst 11 Hcrbst
Hc"l'Sl -' 6"3'6-1 5 6-Q 7-5 1101-1151
McClellan McClellan 1' ' 6-1 6-1 6-Q
Fox Ji 8-6,6-4 , i
I-I11111mond Gise T, Giga
Gise ji 6-4,11-13,6-3 I: 65 6-4
iKlCIlllllCl' .l ,
Captain . .
Left 1"orwarcl .
Center ...... .
Left Guard. . .
Senior Basketball Team
'l' l'I.X M
R. W. Iloxslmmzl-In
..,. ...... ....lIoNsm-:mal-zu
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. . . .Sl'ANC'AKl'I
. . . .MYl,1N. BIOYICII,
Junior Basketball Team
Captain .... . . . IS. W. Lu'r'r1aN1s1auG1au
Right Forward .... ..... . . .RIOYIFIIL B1i1aNN1f:1c
Left Forward. . . . . .IaI1s1u3s'r
Center. . ...... . . .XVAUGAMAN
Right Guard .... . . .LUTTENBERGER
Left Guard .... . . . . . .LOBACH, GARVEY
Sophomorc Basketball Team
Captain . . . .... .... I S1r'1'l,l-in
Right 1"0I'NV2ll'll .... ..... . . . i1IVlNGH'l'0Nl'I
Left F0l'W2l1'Ll .... . . . MoUN'rz, 1IoLL1Nc:if:u
CCIIICI' ........ , , . liU'1'1,1qR
Right Glllird .... . . .1+'1c,xoL1cY, Ilixoi-11:
Left Guard .... ........... . . .GREULICH
Freshman Basketball Team
Loft IfI0l'NVill'lI .
Center ...,... .
Right Guard. .
Left Guard ..,.
WINNERS OF SERIES
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An Ode to the H ouvclleu
' Who como lo Iown so frvsln :mel gJ:I'1'l'll
YYIII1 Ixopvs mul 01-sIn,sII's gulorc?
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Ivlxo hoI4I IIN' big :Iam-u ol' IIN' yl'IlI'.
Who wcau' I,I1c vanc amd Ioml the frlluur
And lord it over common clay?
IVImo Icamvv our college cvvry yczw,
Out in Lhc world Lu lmlkc Lllcir muy?
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Hu- lm1'vIIl:u1L "fotos" which :Ill 0llLIlI'II,II?
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trlllriiiiiirii iiiiiri i. If
ALLSIIOUSE-IIC has joined thc class of fussers. Goes out about once
a month now.
HARD-Tlle modern Sousa. Plays in the Salvation Army Bugle Corps.
BARR-A Millersville University chemist who analyzes society.
Bleek-Eveii though he is a bookworm and a disciple ol "Dicky," he
takes pleasure in teaching the Millersville dames.
BURGER'-J0llll once cherished the ambition to become a fiery-oraeled
preacher, but the blissful five almost said kissfulj Christmas holidays
wrought in him a change of heart. H
BRINICMAN-"'l'l1e smaller they come the worse they get."
BnossMAN-Alway hiding hehind a eute mustache and a loud necktie.
CROUSE-" Better to have loved and lost than never to have loved at all."
DAVIS-"Hey, gimme a -!" "Aw, you never have any."
1jIETZ1I'I2IS lofty aspirations. lVants to become a humorist.
Fox-"G1'a11ny." A virilc defender of the Colonial.
GRIMM-Believes divorce is justifiable. Don't let his wife know that l1e
said, "It is not divorce but marriage that needs regulation."
Gnosn-The hungry-looking calliope. O11e of the dainties of the Cheese
I-IAMnmoivr-Briglit as the name indicates. An athlete of seventeen
sports and a proficient pianist.
I'IAMMoNn-The Boy Hero. Attends sewing circle every week, but he
sleeps in an iron bed.
I-IARBAUGII-A peculiar combination of Sherlock Holmes, Eddie Plank,
and John Barleyeorn.
HARING-It is a fish. It went for Venus only once, and then 'twas with
2 Hifeiii eairwirriglljr
HEINE-A leader at cotillons and the dansants.
I-IERMAN-Played football four years, and then-Wow! He broke
HERB-This rosy-checked Endymion joined us last year. That's all
we know of him.
HERTZOG-His national anthem and funeral march is "Ei du schtine
HOKE-This is a species of fgroundj-hogg gets scared at its own black,
black shadow. Rode through the enchanted fields of Greek romance on
horseback, so to speak.
I-I0l.s'r0N-If his faith were as strong as his mustache his chances for
Heaven wouldnit be worth a nickel.
HONAMAN-Ul1CltlSSlfi6d in any biological treatise. Referred to U. S.
Deadhead Depit. CThe Board of Censorship won't allow anything else
to be said concerning this easel
IIONSBERGER-LOSiL, between my ladyis house and the Franklin Club
Cfour blocksj, ninety golden minutes, set with diamonds. No reward if
found, for they are gone forever.
HUNTER-Tlie record of this manis soul is so black that charcoal would
make a chalk-mark on it.
JONES-The ladies rave over his taHy-colored hair at the basketball
KALTREIDER-As a conscientious and diligent stude, a haswaser.
ICREIDER-ESIIS breakfast, dinner, and supper in his own room, and
drops in at Esrey's in the evening to help the fellows eat their crackers.
IQOORIE-ivU.lliS around looking as hungry as a graven image, especially
when about to give birth to an idea.-
ICUNKEL--T he last of the Kunkel quartet. A big noise and the Limbur-
ger of the Cheese Society. A
MARTIN-AH orator of bombast, a disciple of Thoreau, a doer of nothing.
MARKEL-Constitutionally unadapted for study, save in the realms of
aitiatatl at u .
MARTONIG-'l'l1e ultimate authority on the pronunciation of "Goethe,"
"Hello, Doktorf' '
lVlcvCl,lcI.I,,xN--A "nut," liberated on probation from the Allentown
Zoologieal Garden. Duke's Mixture: an Irisl1 name. Berks County blood,
and a hoek-shop disposition.
lVll4:ssNr:n-llis days are nmnbered il he doesn't get rid of l1is two-
MIl,1,l':n-llis taste for beauty and form is to be commended. Caruso
behind a. pair of speetaeles.
Movlcn-A regular philanderer. with him "it's not a woman, it's
Mmmfx-'l'l1e village politician. A steam-roller of the stock-yards.
Mmumv--Manager of dye factory. Dyed in Brownstown. Speed
king and road hog. Lollie-pop's favorite.
lNlvif:ns--A smiling little waif, temporarily adopted by the Senior class.
Mvl.IN-lle's only a little fellow, but he fills a big gap in our football
Noss-They were alone. Suddenly John whispered, "YVill you find it
eoineident with your pleasure, madam, to indulge, as it were, in prudent
oseulation, so to speak?" And-they did.
IIEICIIICRT-gh real rouglmeek. Seller of peanuts at 5e a bag and a
"jumper in the lakef,
RIPPLE-Well, James Fenimore Cooper also was pretty wild in his col-
lege days. Let there he hope.
Roekicl.-Spoilts with regularity, like "Old Faithful." Is the whole
tean1 and the dog under the wagon.
R011RI'1ltQl'lllgZLf,ICd in scientific researeh to discover a method of elon-
gating the stunted body without. eliminating the pipe of elay.
Rol.i.lcn-Awlieli Roller started up the stairs,
lle surely did look sad
A lonely suit ol' B. V. l7.'s,
Was the only clothes he had.
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Nil I N ' Vu,
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SCIIAFIPNER-'Poo busy handling money to get an education on his way
Sxlaviflflnl.-"Schmiley." Never was there one with a more pleasant
SMITH-During his first three years at college he went to bed every
night at 10.00 P. M. It's Q.30 A. M. now.
SPAIIRW--HI know of a place where they give you a quart of bccr and all
the soup you can cat for a nickel." "And you get two straws with the
SPANCAKE-'lll1C last word and the "etc." in chemistry. "If it isn't
in the book ask Spannyf'
STERNER'uI need 'thee every hour."
'l'uoU'mmN-Vanity of Vanities! If our cruditc Normal School friends
could only come down out of 'thc clouds and walk the earth with us.
Warxrnnsnour--'SWhy should the spirit ol woman be proud?"
WELr.m1e-Sid hiberuates for the winter and is only awakened by the
first call for baseball candidates.
XVENTZIGL'-fJlltCl'l seen on Cabbage Hill late in the night, accompanied
by John Noss.
YVIIITEIIIGAD-A typical three-reel villain. 'l'roubled with a heavy
conscience and an ingrown brain.
XVITIIERSPOON-U,l1LlCCldOd whether to locate at Hagerstown, Md., or
at Roanoke, Va.
XVOTRING-'llllCC0ll0QC1'0lIgIllI1CCli. Aln " '
lost rclormed by Spancake.
cCOP,Y OUR WAYS
W ILLIAM Lnsrlm ATCIILEY
Stone Church, Pa.
l'repared at East' Stl'0llliSlJlll'g S. N. S.: B.S.
"A 'man's a man for a' l,lm.l'."
"Sister" is one of the silent members
among us, rarely being heard and hardly
much more seen. In all truthfulness
it can be said that he sang a solo at a
meeting of the Metlioclist Ladies' Aid
Society of a local church and responded
to three encores. He spent the first
semester this year in carousing round
until the "wee sma"' hours, but no
one knows where.
WILIJIS NISSLIGY BAER, Landisville, Pa.
l'lnl.ered Juniorg l'rep:u'cd at Goshen College and
Goshen Academy, Goshen, lnd.3 A.l3. Course.
"How sweet, how passing sweet is solitude."
This young man joined our ranks last
fall and that is just about all we know
about him. He comes to college from
Nowhere every morning and returns
thence at the end of recitations with
clock-like regularity. His typical para-
phernalia is a raincoat, umbrella, and
rubbers. He is a student ol' philosophy
and ot a contemplative disposition.
He is perfectly silent at all places except
in philosophy class, but there he can
prove that Nowhere is not anywhere as
soon as he leaves and is not there to see
it. lVere silence really golden, Baer
would make Roclxeitllu lndc himself for shame.
S'rAN1.m' CLmvm,ANn BAKER
l'orter's Sideling, Pa.
Ilarbaugh Vlnb: Goethr-an: Y. M. C. A.: Pre-
pared at York Collegiate Institute and York County
"VVisely and slow: they stumble that run last."
Here is a Dutelnnan with a traee of
English in his vocabulary, although it is
hard to deter-t it in his pronunciation.
Stanley is very fond ol' studying, read-
ing, and other frivolities. Lately he
has taken to athletics: football and
traek. Taking him all through, he
isu't such a bad seoutg and may yet
attain the goal of his ambition, that of
being an evangelist. If you want to
charaeterize him in a single word trans-
late his name in German.
SAMUEL SIIENK Bum
East l'etersburg, Pa.
l'aradise Vlub: Diagnolhian: Vlass Viee-presi-
dent CQDQ Flass President CID: Vlass Vonstitution
fl0lllllllti1'l' C221 Winner Keller Prize in Lalin and
Greek C215 l'repared at l". and M. .fkeaclelnyg A.ll.
"Snell is the fate of simple Bard,
On lil'e's rough ocean luekless starr'd! "
"I come from the country, but you
wouldn't know it." This intelligent
youth is one of our few aspirants after
that Phi Beta Kappa key. Has never
been known 'lo miss a class or to Hunk
in a rec-itation. Prof. Schaeffer says
that after Fritz he's the best Latin
shark QD in college. Has never been
known to use a trot. Sam is the proud
om Ol of in .lutomo mile and this is oi' great use to him in calling upon
the lacllu. His dutus ot mlas-. president have sobered l1i1n considerably
and he non lJ6llC'XLS ht would like to be a real judge some day.
in the wilds of Antes' Cafe! Lik
an inveterate fusser. but says he
left behind him." He was our el
gave proof of the amiability of
considerable freedom. I-le says h
WALKIQR NICVIN BRENNI-za, York, Pa.
l'ararliseg 'Varsity Basketball KU, QQDQ 'Varsity
Baseball C115 Scrub l"ootba.ll CID, CQDQ 'Varsity
Football CU: Vaplain Class Football C953 flaplain
Class Baseball QQJQ l'repared at York lligh School:
"Oh, our mauhood's prime vigor!
No spirit feels waste. "
Here is the walking proof of the old
adage, "Good goods comes in small
packages." Nails is one of the small
men of our elass but what he lacks in
stature is redoubled in his Upepf'
Used to eat nails ior breakfast, whence
his nickname, but it is said authori-
tatively that he has subs'ti'lzuted Grape
Nuts. Showed rare form on the football
field this year. "Nails" can always he
found either on Cabbage Hill or hidden
es Thanksgiving night parties.
EaNlcs'r XVICIGIIT ABRINDLE
Diagnoihian: lfranklin Vlubg lx'lCl'1.'0l'SlDlll'g Club,
f'lass 'llraek CU, QQDQ 'Varsity Track KU, Ml'
llighesl. point sc-orer lnler-4-lass 'I'rac-k Meet QU:
'I'ied highest point seorer, Inter-class 'l'rac-k Meet
CQDL Pennant Connuittee CU: llal. fi0l!llllll.ll'l' C2l:
Glee Club CSD, Prepared ltlvreershurg Aeadeinyz
"A merrier man
tvithin the limit of ll0C0llllI1g mirth,
l never spent an hour's talk withal."
llrindle is a man of varied activities,
a track man, a wit, a photographer, and
what-not. His puns and punk jokes
are a hardship to his friends. Lately
he has developed into a singer, and now
he adds his raucous bass to the harmony
of a downtown choir on Sunday. He's
is nevertheless faithlul to "the girl he
ass monitor for our first two years, and
his disposition by allowing his friends
e feels called to preach the gospel.
Louis I'I1f:NnY Coxi-1, III
fl, li Ill 3 Class Pin Committee KU: Captain Class
'l'rac-k CU, fill: 'Varsity 'l'rack CU, CRD, CSD: Chair-
man Junior llop Coinniittcez Assistant Cheer
Leader CD3 lrcparerl at Wilmington lligh Schoolg
"0 wad some power the giftie gic us
To see ourselves as ithcrs see us. "
, , . . .
lo look upon tlus hemgn physiog-
uolny is to love uit." The girls call
him Cupid. An "idle" for the women
and a real social star. lielieves that
studying is the least important side of
college life. Is an adept at "polling,"
Not the same kind as Fritz, though.
Lou's supreme effort was in connection
with a certain harher "poll." Owes his
ability in track to practice of running
after the last C. A. ear. Has developed into quite a student of late
and says he could have been an honor man, if--.
CI.if:uicN'1' XVIGISICR IJECIIANT
"Clem" "Peck" "Arehey"
fl? B: lliagnolhian: Class Foolhall KQD3 Class
'l'rack CQJQ Glcc and Mandolin Cluhs CU, KSU, CD:
Read r KU. QD, CSD: Class Secretary C251 Assistant
Chccr Leader CD: Green Room Cluh CID, CQD, CD3
Vice-president CD: Pin Committee CD3 Class Poet
CQJ, CID: c'll1l.ll'IlHl-ll llanquct Coniniittee CD: Pre-
pared at hlcrccrshurg At'Il,1li'lIlyl AJS. Course.
"Judge thou me hy what l am.
So shalt Ihou liud me fairest."
What a heritage the Class of '17
possesses in Clem. Ile is afraid we
don't appreciate it, however. Another
one of the "devil" class. Is now one of
the higgest "hluffers" in the class.
Ranks with Dave :lf'l'i1lll'Z. Shines es-
pecially in "'l'ubhy's" classes. llis
powers ol elocution have given him a
name QD far and wide. Has strong convictions in the matter of com-
pulsory atteudance at Literary Society. Ilis suasive glance has proven
a trap for the heart of lnany a fair damsel.
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pects are bright, providing he
enter the Seminary.
RAYMOND VIQISSLING lylililt
East Greenvile, Pu.
lx'l2l,l'SlHl,ll Vluhg Goelheung l'repured ut Perkin-
men Seminnryg l'h.l5. Course.
"They shull yet ln-lie Lhy lender years.
Thul, suy thou url, an man."
This rosy - eheeked, smooth - huired
youngster is quite at fellow in several
ways, as we heur. He cuused :L sensu-
tion lust yeur by inuking u struiglmt 100
in trig.g quite an feat, il you ask us. Ile
spent most of his life previous to enter-
ing college in the melancholy business
ol' curving epituphs on tonihstones, and
that is the way we account for his
" Nut, drink, und he merry, for tomorrow
we die" ufltitude toward life.
l,AY1D ALTON Dimfnieu
l':n'uside Ululmg Scrub l"ool,lmull CU, QQD, cap:
Scrub llusclnull CID: 'Vursily QQDQ I,I'0IJilil'0fl ill, l". :md
M. Ac-urlemy: ill. Course.
""l'is visible silence, still us the hour-glass."
Here is un outcast from the Class of
1916 whom we were elmrituhle enough
to take into our own fold. Deet wus
forced to leuve college for il, yeur und
when he returned he joined the runks
of the 'l7ers. Is one ol' those quiet
chaps who never uppurently do much
of unythiug und yet who in reality are
reul "devils.', Hus recently discovered
that the primary object oi' college is
not North Queen Street. His pros-
does not follow 'lfulTy's udviee and
F1mNe1s MA1uoN ERDMAN
" Erdie H
fl? 21 Goetheang Secretary G. L. S. fljg Class
Footlmall CID: Vlass Track CID, CQJ1 Scrub
Footlxall CU, OID, CID: Chairman Banquet Commit-
tee C211 Mandolin Chili CU, till, CHQ Prepared al.
G, Shamokin lligh Schoolg AJS. Voursc.
g ' "All the Latin l construe is .lLIllU,l I love."
Nearly all the '17 men are fussers to
a greater or less extent, hut in this
line we all have to acknowledge Erd-
lll2ll1,S supremacy. 'l'here must he some-
thing in the n1an's make-up that the girls
just can't resist. It n1ay he those
appealing gazelle eyes. or that squeaky
voice, or that Gyp the Blood walk.
Xt any rate, his exploits have heen
many, as he is anxious to have you
know. "We don't know how he did it, hut he did it" Cso he saysj.
Anslmon Omvlca l'lSIII'IlAl.-KN
Terre llill, Pa.
Diagnothiang Prepared at I". and Bl. .Xcademyg
"Avoid greatness: in an humble cottage there
may he found more real happiness than kings or
their favorites enjoy in palaces."
"Esh" is the intensely rural college
student. Like llenhard, he spends the
majority ol' his spare moments in coming
to college and leaving again. He is
very silent, never makes himself heardg
moves about at college in sueh a manner
that he is also rarely seen. He thus
exemplifies the ancient rule for children
-he seen, hut not heard. He is a pro-
tege ol Hayes and intends to enter some
modern monastery. But we predict
that his radiance will bring some fair dame from Terre Hill to his side and
will thus save a well meaning mortal from the harren life of a eelihate.
IVAN Emzalc Fisimn ..... United, Pa.
Franklin Clubg Diagnothian CID, My Porter
Scientific Society CD5 Scrub Football QU, QQDQ
Banquet Commitltee C353 Class Football QU, OU:
Poster Uommittee CU: Assistant Business Manager
01:11-'Lamllfzg Prepared at Greensburg High Schoolg
"'l'here be good fellows in the world."
A form inclined to take on flesh in
the winter-time, a round face charac-
terized by a broad, genial smile and a
rakishly twisted nose, and a voice and
laugh as cheery and carefree as Micaw-
beris, thatis Fish. He is a truly popu-
lar man, popular with the fellows and
equally so with the girls. He tells us
he used to be a scholar and an athlete
out in Greensburg, but since he CZLIIIC
to college he has let up on all activities
except that of being a genuinely good fellow.
but was careless enough to let the
1+'1c1alm1uc: STEINMAN Foixrz, II
Diagnothian: Monitor D. L. S. Cljg Correspond-
ing Secretary D. L. S. C213 Vignette Committee CU:
Press Club QQJQ "Student-iveckly" Stall CD3
Alternate Inter-Collegiate Debating Team CD3
Prepared at F. and M. Academyg A.l3. Course.
"Vasa vacua plurimum sonantf'
VVhen this boy had finished his Prep.
course, he decided to seek more worlds
to conquer and so he took a taste of
the U. of P., but soon his ambition was
sated and now we have him as a class-
mate oi ours. He is a journalist by
nature and is ever "snooping" around
for news for his father's paper. He is
some debater, more or less, but more less
than more. As monitor of the Diag.
Society, he is a terror to the laggards-
monitor's book be stolen from his desk.
He is also a great athlete and in his "gym" suit he is graceful as Apollo
and casts a shadow like two crossed match sticks.
Davin Ilnnn FRANTZ, Lancaster, Pa.
fl? K lllig Diagnothian: Chairmaw Poster Com-
millec: CU, C255 Cllee Club CID, C313 Assistant
Manager Glce Club CISDQ "lYeekly" Stall' CU, CQJQ
"Student-Weekly" Stall' Cfilg Manager Press Club
CQD3 Assislant Manager Basketball Cfljg Class
Treasurer CQJQ 0lt!l"l.AIlIMl'I Staffg Chairman D. L. S.
Anniversary Connnillce Cfijg Vice-president D. L.
S. CEU: Class Track CU: l,l2l.gll0Llllll.ll Mock Trial
CD, C253 Prepared at I". and lil. Academyg A.l3.
"Here will be an old abu:-:ing of God's patience
and lhe king's English."
Dave started to 'talk when he entered
college three years ago, and ever since
we are constantly reminded. in the words
of the poet, that
Cows may come. and valves may go.
llut lln- bull goes on forever.
Prof. Grose used to sigh wenrily when
Dave started to argue in Logic, but since Aestlietics has taken the place of
that, Dave has had to quiet down a bit, being a little afraid ol' the "austerity
of the chair." lVe don't know what profession he contemplates adorning
with his efforts, but he will succeed beautilnlly in anything where a
fluent line goes.
i,l'IItCY S'1'.xNI.l':Y 1"m'rz, Reamstown. Pa.
" Percy N
Goetlieang Treasurer G. L. S. CSU: Salutaforian
G. L. S. .'Knnivel's:n'yg 'Varsity 'l'rn.ck C225 Class
'l'raclc CID, CQD, CID: Green Room Club CQD: Frcsli-
Soph. Uralorical Conlcst Clj, C252 Delegate Intel'-
collrgiate Oratorical Union: Preparell aL Reading
lligh Sehool: A.ll. Course.
u "A man of slriclure and firm abstinence."
To look into those azure blue eyes
and to behold the crowning glory ol'
his golden hair, one would not credit
him with being so much a "stude,"
but more a dreamer. "l'ercy's" great-
est ambition is to be a runner and if
his exertion were rewarded he would
do two miles in nine flat. A great hand
as an orator, taking much pride in his
o verify the ru111or. Has been
'l'noMAs B11J1.uo'r11 GARVEY
fl? E: l'rep:Lred ul. F. und M. Aeu,de111yg MLB.
"A lllll-ll well 'Red' i11d4-ed thou nrt."
This speeinlen of i11i':111tile prceoeity
and college prodigy class has shown
unexpected evidences of development
of lute. "Red" has :required :L cl1:11'111-
ing lmsso sinee his voice has "l1roke',
and when not looking ut l1i111 OIIC feels
that he 'llulks uilh ziutliority. 'l'l1e
Greek Sll2ll'li ol' the elziss :ind only known
favorite of l'rol'. llleller. It l1:1,s heen
eluinied that "Red" prizes highly :L
c-ertuin dnnlsel l.I'0ll1 Culilxuge Hill, but
nn lllVCStlg!fil,llllQ C0llllI1ll'lCC has failed
known to get angry :rt rare intervuls.
LEON llueilnn GlI.lil'Ilt'l', liC!I.Cllllg, Pai.
lll?LI'SllZl.ll Cluh: Glue Club CD3 Class 'l'l'au'k CU,
CQD, CD: Ulnss lluselmll C253 Vluss lluslwllmll C351
SL'l'llll l"ootl1:1ll Clk llI'CINl.l'01l nl, llleufliiig lligh
Sc-lioolg A.ll. Uourse.
"'l'l1:1t llllllll l.l1:1l. l1:LLl1 :L tongue l suy is no llllllll,
ll with l1is tongue he cannot win :L won1u,11."
He looks pretty fierce with those
heavy jowls, but he isu't. Has all
sorts ol' pepf?j. Comes out for footlmll
every fall, hut finds it too strenuous l'or
l1i111 and quits pretty soon. lle eurries
quite 11 heavy schedule, if you count
in dates and such Ollll-Of-lQllC-C11l'l'lCllllllll
eduezmtion. Ile is sonietliing ol' at curios-
ity in that he comes froni Reading und
speaks :L pretty decent lll'itllll of lflnglish.
Our best wishes go with llllll to the Sem.
l"n.VxNlc Coximn Gnu-:1., 1.uncnstcr, Pa.
Nlurslinll Vlnh: l'l'1-pam-cl nl, I". :ind NI. .M-zulu-xny:
"Now, hy l.wo-ln-:uh-d Janus,
Nalnrv hnlh frauncd slr:niqv fm-llows in hvr limo."
'l'his wild-vyrd, loiislc-licndvd follow
is n prinl0r's dcvil nt the "Ii1lcllig0mr0l"'
und works all night. whic-h explains why
hc 1-oinhs his hnir so SClllOlll. llc holds
to 'lhc stoic views, and frequently lcc-
lnrcs his nssoc-infvs nt thc lhlill'Sll2lll
Clnlm on ihcir tlvgvllviwtc lll0l'illS. They
say hc rclnsvs io play pinochlc for fear
his cxznnplc might lend sonic wcukcr
Ai.I.nN Rniri-' ll.-xwrzl-:1.I., l'ci-kusiv, Pu.
Ilill'lD2llIlLfll Vlnlr: Goa-lln-nn: Vhnplnin G. L. S.:
Vrvsirlvnl, G. I.. S. C351 Porlur Svie-ntific Hovim-ly:
I'ra-p:n'cd nl, l'v.-rkionwn Sm-ininnryg ILS. Vonrsv.
"'l'inn- llics ovcr ns, hut. lunvrrs llnrlzvll he-hind."
Specialty Gcrnuln. This idol of thc
lzldios is often 1nis'La1l40n for :L FI'CSl1lll2lll,
hut in rczxlity is ai Jnnior. The only
time Topsy is in :L hnrry is on Sunday
rvcnings. llc is nlrnid il' he docs not
gct lo c'hurc'h nt lvnst two niinntcs hcforc
services nrc ovcr S0lll0ll0lly else will
take his girl, lllllll hc ninkcs np for lost
time hy holding his snlmjc:-t CllCllElll'l.Cll
with quotations l.l'0lll Ihsvn.
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PAUL GOODMAN I-Lxvns, Lancaster, Pa.
cc 3 av
Diagnothiang Delegate to Kansas Cily Slfllillflll,
Volunteer clUl1VOIltlUll CU: President Y. M. C. A.
QQD: Business Manager lland-hook QQDQ l'resi1lent
Eastern Union of Student Volunteers CEDQ Inter-
collegiate l'1'ol1ihii,io11 Assoeiatioii MJ, CD3 First
K Prize fl,oeaD WV. C. 'l'. U. lflssay Contest QQDQ
First Prize CStatej NV. V. 'l'. U. Essay Contest CD5
Class Historian CQD, CD: Class '1ll'L'lLSlll'l'I' CD3
l'resident Non-Organization Men CDL Student.
Volunteer llanfl CD3 f'haplain D. L. S. CD3 Moek
Trial CD5 Student Senate CD3 llonor Vourt CD5
l'repared at l". and M. Aeadeniyg AB. Course.
"Dost thou think, heeause thou art virtuous,
lhere shall he no more eakes and ale?"
llehold!! The only original indeserih-
able ill our class. He is older, has more
dogmatic religious ideas, frequents Water
Street Mission more regularly, strives
harder to seeure exorbitant marks, is
IIIOPC llClL6l'llllllCtl to get a fb li li key, is a firmer believer that the henefit
one derives from a suhjeet varies directly as the marksg yea, all this than
any other 1112111 in the elass.
RIQN1-1 'l,1clf'1f:v1m llicansr
llarhaugh Vluh: Goelhean: Vlass llasehall CU,
MD: 'Varsity llasehall CD3 Tennis 'l'eam C2213 Run-
ner-up 'lll'I1IllS 'l'ournamenL CD4 Assistant Football
Manager CD: Assistant Business Manager "Stu-
dent Weekly" CD5 Class Basketball CD3 Manager
,v Flass llaskelhall CD3 Viee-president Class CD5
Prepared hy private tutoring: A.li. Fourse.
"Oh, the cares ol' men! how mueh eniptiness
lhere is in human eonc-erns."
Upon the llltI'0dllC'l,l0Il ol' the elective
system in eollege, Ilerhst took his major
in pinoehle, Zlllll as a minor ran l'or
football inanager. flle is an athlete of
no 111021.11 repute, having played o11 the
Shrewsbury l1lllC. He likes tl1e girls,
too, and from what l1e says he must be
"a devil i11 l1is own home town."
Jo11N Jfxcon Hnss ......... Kinzer, Pa.
Entered Juniorg A.l3. Course.
'K'l'here are no tongues else."
This siren-voiced log-horn is one of
the country boys of whom we have
great expectations. About 102-L we
expect John Jacob to issue a call ask-
ing all F. and RI. grads to vote for him
for 1'resident. Bryan may be silver-
tongued but Hess is iron-tongued.
When reciting in Tuffy's class all other
work in the science building is suspended
until the echoes have died away. Since
Hess only joined our ranks this year
we know little about him except that
he is proud of his home town and
When duty whispers low. "Thou must!"
The youth replies, "I Kinzer!"
J. Rmii IIOLLINGER, Lancaster, Pa.
fl? ll K3 Diagnothiang Porter Scientific Society:
Mandolin f'lub QU, CQ, CD3 Manager Band CED:
01uif'i..xMME Staff CD3 PI'0INll'Cll at F. and M.
Academyg ll.S. Course.
"How like a fawning publieau he looks."
A smirking grin has become an ob-
session with "liecper," as a glance at
his picture will show. An ardent fol-
lower of "Tuffy," simply reveling in
"Calculus," Electricity, Phys. Mens.,
etc. Founder of the "Shunt Society."
He is also a searcher after bacteria.
Bosses the band and can be seen blow-
ing a trombone several sizes too large
sihly he feels most at ease there.
EARLE WVEANT KooNs, Tnneytown, Md.
lliuggnotllizui CU, KQDQ llul: Connnil,l,ee Glue
Vluh C813 l'rep:u'ed :Lt lh'l2l,SSil,llllllL0ll Aeudcmyg ILS.
"l must to lhe lmnrher's: for methinks
I :un marvelous huiry uhout the l.3ll'0.n
This is ai, brother ol' the fzunousJimmie.
Not that he lives in iIllllllllClS reflected
glory, 'fur from it. Ile has ereuted un
atmosphere ull his own. In spite of the
fact tlizrt he is so eternally busy that
he grows u. young Vain Dyke from Sun-
day to Sunday, he keeps his hund in
soeiully hy nmking numerous c-:ills on
his 'l'riends znnong the fair sex. It is
noteworthy that his nocturnal strolls
usuully take him to "the Hill." Ql'os-
And he is also popular mnong us, for at
fellow with his willingness and uhility to umuse is 11ever without 'friends
nlelaneholy look, rather llyronie.
J A M ms C TA uuom. .KO0NS, 'l'uneytown, Md.
Vlziss lluselmll KQJIil'llll0l'1'1lSOPl10I1lUl'01 l'repured
nl, lYliISS2lIllll.l1'll AK'2I.lll'lllj' :md Lehigh llniversityg
"Sonie lime l shall sleep out, the rest I'll whistle."
Jimmie eanne to us from Lehigh at
the beginning ol' our Sophomore year.
He is notoriously the hiziest man in the
class, but his friends say he'd make
somebody hump ii' he settled down to
work. He 1-luims he's ai, pitcher heeuuse
lust spring he used to toss them over
in the Seventh XVurd League. llis
'favorite hung-out in the evening is
North Queen Streel, und he euu tell
you hy nznne ull the lair ones who prom-
enzule there. The girls C0llSldCl' him
quite handsome, he hus such ai mildly
YVC wish we could enjoy life ns he docs.
CLAIRMONT Awrnun IqltESSLEY
Secretary Goethean Literary Societyg Glee Club
CU, CBJ: Mandolin Club: Merc-ersburg Club
Student Senate CD: Vice-president Mercersburg
"Give every man t.hine ear but few thy voice."
Anybody with a patronymie like
Clairmont Arthur would naturally be
expected to be somewhat aloof and re-
served and not to enter into every petty
argument. But this must be the excep-
tion that proves the rule, for no matter
if the subject on hand is as simple as
the alphabet Kressley always asks a,
question and one with absolutely no
point. llc is a human antithesis, bal-
ancing being a Greek shark and a
senator against being a paladin and a
JonN Ilnnsnm' L1cNllA1m
Diagnothian: Librarian D. li. S. CQU, CSD: Secre-
tary Executive Board D. l,. S. CHQ Attorney Mock
I Trial CD3 Class Secretary QU: Vignette Committee
fll: Member Inter-1'ollegiate Debating Board Cfijg
Press Club Qillg Prepared at I". and Nl. Acxulelny:
"Gather ye rosebnds while ye may,
Old Time is still a-flying."
This young man hails from lVIount-
ville and, as most of those who come
from thence, he has a weakness-he is
in love. Ile comes to the college com-
munity in the morning, spends his time
in Diag. Hall in talking, sleeping, and
eating his luncheon, and at the close
of day he wends his way back home to
spend the time. until another journey to college, in a siege on the gentler
sex. Hardly ever does the Profs. the favor to answer, but sits up
straight and looks wise so as to let them know that it is all in his head,
but he cannot get it out.
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GERALD XVIIJIIICIQIVOIQCIC LEVAN
" Leavins " " Jerry "
fl' E lf: Goethean: Preparerl at Juniata Folic-ge.
Vould have knocked out his brains, for he had none."
This irrepressilmle snub-nosed young
heathen is frequently a sore trial, but
we forgive him because we know he
c-an't help it. Used to he quite a fusser
among the Seventh lVard poultry, and
may he yet, only it isnlt so noticeable.
As long as his hrother "Cl1uhhy" could
he with him to keep him straight he
was not so had, hut since he has heen
deprived ol' that good influence he has
made great strides on "the primrose
path that leads to the ex eilastmg bonfire."
A1,'roN lVAIf1'im TACK, Marysville, Pa.
llarhaugli Chili: Goa-llu-am: S4-ruh Foolhall CD:
lidilm--in-c-lui:-l' ol' Onll-'mmil-:L Pl'l'lJ1l,I'l'1l al. Marys-
ville lligh Svhool: full. Fourse.
"'l'hon hast not so much eharily in ilu-u as to
go to the ale with a f'ln'istian.i'
Alton Cye gods! what a namel. His
literary reputation rests on a grammar-
sehool essay of his, published in the
"Student" when he was a Freshman.
So far as we can learn, he strictly
esehews the fair sex, and all other had
hahits. Makes frequent week-end visits
to his native hamlet, hut for what pur-
pose we cannot say. "A young man
without fear, guile, or sense of humor."
Trrus l3nIcINIG LOBACII, Lancaster, Pa.
fl7 K li: Class l"ootball CU, C213 Manager Class
Football C215 Scrub lfootball CQDQ 'Varsity
, Football CID: 'Varsity liasketball CU. CQDQ Class
' llasketball CU, CQD. Cfljg Captain Class Basketball
CU: Class llaseball C1l,C2D:Assislant Manager llase-
ball CLD: Glee Club CU. CQD, Cfijg Vice-president. Cfijg
Junior llop Committee: Class Athletic Manager
C231 l'rz-pared al l.anr-asterllighSchoolg 13.5. Course.
"They say you are a melancholy fellow."
"The Melancholy Titus." To look
at this youth one would think the very
air lies heavily upon his shoulders.
Remember, however. that looks are
sometimes deceiving. 'l'he girls say that
when you get well acquainted with him
Loby is a good sporl. 'Ile adores being
kidded and "'l'ubby," "Tully," and
"Dieky" can do it best. Says the Glee Club could not survive without
his deep voice, but is afraid the leader doesn't realize it.
IEEN-lAhlIN VVEBICR Ii1U'l'TENl3ERGl'IR
H xxlebll M H I-All-tic U
' fl? K qw: 'Varsity Track CU: Chairman Vignette
fi0lIlIIlll.l,l'0 Cljg Class Track CU, CQDQ Class liaskel-
ball CU, Cilj, Cfijg Captain Class llaskelball Cfllg
Scrub Football CUg'C'lass l"ool,ball CU: Class Presi-
dent CQJQ Assistant Football Mamager CID: Business
Manager 0lzll"I,.mMlag Prepared at Lancaster lligh
"I know a hawk from a lnmds:uv."
"lVebb', is one of the best all-around
men in the class, and has always been
at the head of affairs among us, class
president in our Sophomore year, and
business manager ol this volume. To
his business ability and energy is largely
due whatever measure of success it may
attain. He is one of our best class
athletes, and has creditably represented 1917 on many occasions. He
says he is going to make a minister out of himself, and we have no doubt
that he will succeed in that as in everything l1e takes up.
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ADAM :HERSIIEY MARTIN
New Holland, Pa.
Marshall Clnhg Diagnolhiang Secretary D. L. S.
QQJQ Vice-president D. L. S. C313 Anniyersary Com-
mittee D. L. CQD, CD, Mock Trail Committee
D. L. S. CD: Board of Control, D. L. S. CD3 Pre-
z' pared at F. and M. Academyg AB. Course.
"Faith, I can ent a caper."
Adam is like the original bearer of
the name in that he thinks life not
Worth living without Eve, but he has
it all over the old boy in numbers, hav-
ing Eves all over Lancaster County.
His taste runs to professional women,
nurses and teachers. Those who know
say that some time ago he was nearly
married, but he seems to have escaped.
He has a leaning to books except during
County Institute lVeek, when he knocks off and undertakes to secure dates
with the school-marms for any who may want them. Needless to say.
he is pretty popular about this time.
Crnus IIOLLINGER MIaM1NGER
66 Cy , ,
fl? Board of Control Ml: Junior Hop Com-
mittee C353 Prepared at F. and M. Academyg
"He bears him like a portly gentleman."
- For bodily grace look not to Cy.
But when it comes to good-fellowship
he is there with the best of them. He
thinks life is too short to take seriously,
and so has set out to enjoy it while it
lasts. Has been taken for a Congressf
man when he wears his fur-collared
overcoat and a "two-fern cigar. A
regular patron of the college dances, and
a firm advocate of the value of female
society as a part of a manls education.
Gnoaolc .Moon Mowzn
lVomelsdorf, I a.
Goctheani Flass llaskcthall QU, CQD, CD1 Class
Track CU, fill, CSD: l'rc-pared at lYomclsdorf High
School: All. Course.
"Thcre's small choice in rotten apples."
Ile surely cannot helie either his
speech, his birthplace, or his nickname.
By the ahove record we are sure that
he can he classed as an amateur athlete.
Ile and the weed are good friends, es-
pecially in the form of "ehewin'.l'
Some little girl in the vicinity of college
has stolen his heart and .he'll have to
take it with him when he leaves.
Commun Clacvmc NIUEIIE, Lancaster, Pa.
" Scow "
Diagnotliiang Diagnothian Mock Trial CQD, CSD:
Scrub lfoothall till: Class lflootlmall fllg Soccer UD,
CQD, CSD: Assistant Tennis Manager CQJ, tfijg "Stu-
dent-Wcckly" CD5 l'ress Clnh CD, fcljg Prepared
at Lancaster lligh School: A.ll. Course.
Let the other fellow cuss."
To look at Mucho one would never
imagine that some day he is going to run
the "lVorld" or mayhe the "News
Journal," hut such is the ease. This
motto is "Why, II-l, why study if I
can slip through without?" At certain
times, however, the latent spark breaks
out and a star recitation follows, hut
note well, the times above mentioned
are easily kent track of. As to the
sex, l o X 1 x 5 "toward women I'm like IIilllllCi,.U
LEXVIS JouN Mussnu ...... Berlin, Pa.
Paradise Clubg Scrub Football CU, C223 'Varsity
l"ool.ball C373 'Varsity 'l'rack CU, CQUQ Class Football
CU. C253 Vlass Track CU, CQDQ Mandolin Club CQJ,
C313 l'rcparcd at lx'I0l'K'0l'Slllll'g Acadenlyg AB.
" You have seen cruel proof of this inan's strength."
Behold the Hercules of our class.
Claims to be naturally tough and fat
but we know it was caused by that
Berks County sauer kraut. Looks like
Venus in his track suit, but Miiss
doesn't care. He says the girls like
him anyway.. Has made himself useful
around college by playing football.
Has decided to quit working so hard at
his studies because ,he doesn't like the
shape of the Phi Beta Kappa key.
Ronnwr Pownas ....... Lancaster, Pa.
" llob "
Diagnothiang Secretary D. L. S. C253 Vicc-prcsi-
dent ll. L. S. C353 Soccer CQD, Cfijg Class llasketball
Vllwlilll Cfljg Sophomore Roast Connnitlzee D. L.
S. Mock 'l'rial C313 l'reparcd at l42l.IlCtI.Si.Cl' High
School: Nil. Course.
in "Your wrongs do set a scandal on my sex."
V' Here we have a sporty youth who,
were it only possible to get a degree for
work done at iBl'lllHLliCI',Sf should worry
about anything else but college. He
has brought a reputation from high
school of being the most expert horse-
nlan-i. e., trotter-in the class, not
turkey-trotting or the like at l3rubaker's,
but another species ol' the genus trotting.
llc is reputed to be intiniately acquainted
with everybody under 16 at the Girls'
High School. His carelessness and i'l'igll'l.i'lll, mangling lnispronunciation
might well at times cause Noah NVebster to turn in his grave. Does not pay
adequate attention and as a rule can never see where or why he is wrong.
Be careful, liobg go easy, only one year more for iinproveinent remains.
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him a bunch of celery in each
from each ear.
XVALTER FRANKLIN PRIEN
Rochester, N. Y.
fb llfg Entercml Sophomoreg Green Room Club
C2253 Assistant Manager Grccn Room Club CBJ,
Prepared at Ii0Clll'St0l' High School, A.ll. Course.
"I swore-but was l sober when I swore?"
Thrust in upon us in our Sophomore
year from the wilds ol' New York State,
we are not wholly to blame for his sad
fate. A real Dr. Jekyll dual personality.
"Fritz" appears as a learned philoso-
pher in educated circles, but no one
would recognize him when enjoying his
"wine, women, and songf' Is especi-
ally partial to midnight parties and early
morning trips to the Central lVIarket.
As a means ol' identification on these
short jaunts custom has adopted for
pocket, and two "doggies" dangling
Jnssr: NIIEAIAN Rowman, Pennsburg, Pa.
Marshall Club, Glue Club QU, Prepared at
Pcrkiomen Seminaryg Ph.l3. Course.
"I had rather than forty shillings I had my
book ol' songs and sonnets here."
This singular-looking youth jumped
into our midst from Freshman last year,
but he is so quiet and unassuming that
we have hardly been aware of his pres-
ence. He loves to while the time when
not at his books by singing, and, being
fond of music himself, generally fre-
quents the homes of musically-inclined
young ladies. Ile tries hard to reform
his roommate, Gilbert, but meets with
litlle success, which worries him and
gives him that wistful look. He seems
to be lowering his own standards, how-
ever, for lately he has been heard to say "Damn,' several times.
Naughtee, Jesse, naughtee.
Chem. Lab., but nevertheless he
JOHN DONAIJIJ Ronnnn, Lancaster, Pa.
Onirn.-uumlli Stall? C353 Prepared at Lancaster
High Schoolg ILS. Course.
"A flower cannot live without sunshine, and a
man cannot live without love."
This youtl1 put the "if', in OR-
II1'I.AMME. His wit and good looks, with
which he is amply supplied, are equal.
As a ladyis man l1e has some reputation,
and is never seen without some fair one.
This is not widely known but we take
it on Fisher's say-so. Donis big role
is that of ."chiel' calculator in calculus."
He is also a chemist and a French stu-
dent and next year we expect to sec him
as assistant in the French department.
He may have broken a window up in
is one of the best good-fellows we have.
WVILLIAM I-IENRY SASSAMAN
Diagnothiang Recording Secretary D. L. S.
D. L. S. Mock Trial Committee KU, C315 D. L. S.
Anniversary Committee CQD, C315 Y. M. C. A.g
Track Squad CU, Ckljg Class Track Team CD, CQDQ
Inter-society Debate CQJ3 l"oreman D. L. S. Mock
Trial Jury CD3 Treasurer D. L. S. CSDQ Executive
Board D. L. S. CD3 Sccretary-Treasurer Non-0rgan-
ization Men CD5 Om!-'I.,x:x1M1a Stall: Prepared at
F. and M. Acadeinyg A.l3. Course. I
"VVhencc is thy learning? Hath thy loil
0'er books consumed the midnight oil?"
Sassaman is perhaps the hardest, most
consistent student oi the class. At
least we cannot at present remember
any one else who has spent six hours on
a biology drawing. In the winter he
inhabits the gy111, and astonishes the
preps by his eontortions. VVe all remember the time he walked by Coach
Maysel' on his hands to attract the Coach's attention. He is one of tl1e
pillars of the Diags, where his sardonic humor and Berks County dialect
do much to relieve the tedium of the meetinffs.
so, and we know that the fair
IJAROLD GLENN SIIOEMAKER
Paradise Vlubg Junior Hep Committee C313 Man-
dolin Club CQDQ Prepu1'ed at lledford High Schoolg
" I know not how thy joy we ever should come near."
This dainty-featured, pure-eyed, nim-
ble little specime11 might indeed be de-
sired by any community. WVe often
wonder why they "let him out" from
his home town. One of our real fussers.
Comes from the western part of the
state and during the summer months
is said to run a school for "Instruction
in the Art of hfaking Love." Shoey
is a good boy, at least his mother thinks
damsel out in lVIanhein1 thinks the same.
hi. J. A. SM1'ru ............ IQIIIILIIS, l'a.
Entered Juniorg 1 reparccl ut lflmaus High School
and Kutztown S. N. S.g BS. Course.
"The sight of lovers fceclelh those in love."
INT. J. A. is one of the prodigies of
our class in that his name takes up
the most room. His long suit is phys-
ics, where he always agrees with Dr.
Kershner. No matter if there are three
other Smiths in college, letters from a
certain party in Eniaus always reach
M. J. A. and indeed he spends about
three-fourths of his time reading and
writing letters from and to the above-
mentioned. lVe wish hin1 success, how-
ever, and hope that
The host laid plans of l'lniaus nncl men
Gang nn a-glee.
Awrnun Ama-nn SoNmlm1Mlcn
Ulcwlaxlsirxiiiz Stall' Ctljg l'reparerl at Laneaslzer
lligh Sehoolg JX.li. Vourse.
"Wisdom is of him a eonnlerparlzf'
"Sonny" is a real student, delighting
in the depths ol' Psychology, Economies,
and Logic and in arguments with Pro-
fessors Herman, Hiester, and Grose.
Freshmen for years to come will use
"Sondheimer's" Tests in Qualitative
Analysis. He is always to he heard
when ahont his work and "la.h.,, is
peaeelul only without him. Can fre-
quently he heard singing nlJClll.SClllil.lld
ueher alles." He and his "jimmy"
pipe are inseparable, although unbear-
able to others.
ILKLPII EDXVIN Suuum, Valley View, Pa.
Harhangll Clnh: Goetheang Y. M. CVT. A.: Pre-
pared at ll. and M. Aeademyg A.l3. Course.
'KKeep thyself nnspotlerl from the world."
He is rarely seen except going to and
from classes. Ile loafs around in Bio-
logy Lah. till the janitor throws him
ont. He and Baker are ,two ol' a kind:
together they sunnned up enough eour-
age 'lo sneak out on East --------- one
night to earess two lair maidens. lVe
don't know how they fared, hut Starr
never went hack.
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clearly shown in his selection of
said. He lahoriously served his A
PAUL Toums STONESIFER
Fort Loudon, Pa.
Franklin Vlubg Diagnothian Literary Societyg
Massanntten Clubg Winner Diagnothian Freslnnan
Oratorical Conlestg Class Secretary C313 01:11-'laxmiulc
Staflg Prepared Massanutlcn Academyg AB.
"Experience shows that success is due less to
ability than to zeal."
Stony is one of that kind of fellows
who get there with as little noise and
notoriety as possible. YVhen a Fresh-
man he discovered that East Orange
Street was a favorite "hang-out" for
the Sophs and has avoided that place
ever since, devoting all his spare time
to mathematics and English. Paul also
studies economies, a fact which is
ab drivers. As an athlete little can be
lma Mater for two long years i11 gym class.
Oscau MENLNGIQR Srouor
Harbaugh Chibg Goetheang Secretary G. L. S.
C215 Critic G. L. S. CD3 Glee Club CHQ Prepared
at F. and M. Academyg A.l3. Course.
"No disguise can long conceal love where it really
exists, nor feign it where it does not."
The weekly deluge of letters that he
wrote has at last borne fruit. Now that
he has limited his letters to one he can
devote an infinitesimally greater part ol'
his time to college activities outside of
the classroom work. Stoudt is now
taking a course in domestic science so
that he may relieve his elect from the
cares ol' the household should diplom-
acy and the ballot require.
HAROLD CLIFTON TIIOIIBAIIN
" Clif H "Had "
Diagnothiang Porter Scientific Societyg Y. M. C.
A.3 Chemist Football Glee Club Class
Track CSD: College Band CD3 Prepared at Lancaster
Iligh Sehoolg ILS. Course,
"This fellow picks up wit as pigeons peas."
" Clif " has a Wonderful sense of humor,
but it is too highly cultivated and he
bursts out into boisterous laughter in
class rooms. The Freshmen stand
around in awe and amazement, when he
docs his chemistry by "inspection"
He and his tenor drum were IJ1'C-CIHl-
nent in the band and could not be kept
under cover. Harold and some "Jane',
going down North Queen Street is not
an infrequent sight.
SIMON IIIQZEKIAIYI WAUGAMAN
l"ranklin Clubg Diagnothiang Meek Trial Coin-
mittee D. L. S. CD3 Mercersburg Cluhi Class
Basketball CQD, CDL Class Track CU, QQJQ Scrub
Football ffljg Prepared at Mereersburg Aeadcmyg
"The ladies call him sweet."
I-Iere he is, ladies and gentlemen, the
Handsome Harry of our class, one of
the few '17 men who can appear in a
bathing suit without losing their repu-
tation. When Si joined us at the be-
ginning of our Freshman year he was a
skinny kid who blushed readily and
couldn't be induced to so much as
speak to a girl. But laws, how the
boy has come out. He's developed into
a man of the world and a fusser of the first water. Si is debating
whether he ought to go to the Sem. when nature has so richly endowed
l1in1 to be a Hart, Sehaffner Sz lVIarx demonstrator.
FRANK Smrrn NVEISS, Stroudsburg, Pa.
Franklin Club: Goethcan: Reviewer G. L. S.g
Banquet Committee CD5 Prepared at liairview
Acafleinyg A.l!. Course.
"Then he will lalk-good gods, how he will talk!"
He comes from Stroudsburg, and is
mighty proud of it. Just give him half
a chance, and he'll talk the eyes out
of your head-about l1is native hamlet,
his Wfillys-Knight, his various sweet-
hearts, and heaven knows what else.
iVIotor vehicles of all sorts are his
monomania. Has no desire to become
a "progeny of learning," but likes the
college life. Recently he has taken to
attending "wop,, dances at llrubaker's,
in company with Powers and a few other
worthies. Says he is going to study
law, but we suggest salesman for the Ford a more fitting vocation.
M- P.wL IJIGNNIS XVIIGRMAN
lN'larshall Clubg Class Track CU, QQD: Class Base-
ball CU, CQJQ Prepared at l'erkiomen Seminary:
"I was not born for courts or great affairs,
1 pay my debts, believe, and say my prayers."
"Pop" always reminds us of the
"Age of Innocence," he has such an
appealing face. He will never need to
he in want, as his woe-begone appear-
ance will always excite sympathy for him,
and bring many pennies 'to his hat. He
is fond of singing "My Little Girl" in
an indifferent tenor. It is not known
whom he has in mind as the object of
his affection. He used to spend lots of
time among the fair damsels of Cabbage
Hill, but lately he has transferred his attentions to Terre Hill. Recently he
called up the Fulton at 7 P. NI. to inquire about seats in the matinee.
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GEORGE JACOB XVILLAUER
l"ru.nklin Clnhg Goethcnn: Assistant 'l'rz1.ck Mun-
:mger CTD: Scruh Football Gilt Floss Foothzill C215
Secretary G. I.. S. CQDQ Porter Scientific Societyg
Junior llop Comniitlecg Prepared ut Lerch Prep.
Schoolg B.S. Course.
"A gentlcmam that loves to hcau' himself hulk,
:md will sary more in ii minute than he will stand to
in u month."
George rather dislikes his homely
pntronymic, and says he would prefer
Algernon lVztrhurton St. Cyr. He is
the proud possessor of at dress suit :md
severnl silk shirts. The Cuhhzlge Hill
dumes take quite at shine to him, he's
so darned ziristocrutic. He gets :L pul-
pitaition :ihout the heart every time he
sees it "society" picture :lit the Ilipp, and sighs for the white lights. His
ideal lllltll is wmixture of Lord Chesterfield, Beau Brnmmel, and Arthur
Briekley. Ile is assiduously preparing himself for his calling in life,
mule assistant to at female dancing teacher.
Iam BI'l'ZlClt W1No1':n ..... Eplirntai, Pu..
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X fl73 Dingnolliiznlg Thonms C. Porter Scientific
Society: Assislaml, Munugcr Footlmll CD: l'rcp:Lrcd
:li l'lplll'2LlZL lligh Schoolg KS. Course.
"My wils faint."
"Deen is :L slow, easy-going fellow,
with good intentions and at drztwling
voice. He can he seen amhling about
the campus nt at leisurely pace, never in
at hurry. Over week-ends he is :L soda-
squirt in the pnternzil drug store ut
Eplimtzi, which perhaps gives him his
hent toward chemistry. Somebody said
he was headed for the Sem., but We
czm't vouch for the truth of this. A
little more pep, Doe, :md you'll get there.
alogy finds in him a master.
Hunks "almost or in part."
LIONEL IIERBERT GEISENBERGER
Mandolin Club C253 Porter'Scientific Society C253
Prepared at Lancaster IIigh Schoolg Special.
"Speak less than thou knowestf'
"Tuffy" had thought of organizing a
physics class espccially for Herb. It
would have been necessary because he
tries to do six or seven things at once.
He has a quizzical look, as though he
were always thirsting for knowledge
and has never had his thirst satiated.
A purvcyor of all the popular pieces
illld a perforlner on the banjo, he has
lately subsidized a regular orchestra.
Hc is also an ardent chemist and miner-
He is easily fussed, however, and often
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e sf- s-A e
,i iiirflai oairiiiiiwge
Em i I I
ALLsnoUsE-The Con-tralto from Avonmore.
ANGLE-Entire executive body of the Porter Scientific Society, but he
makes a bum janitor. Asks the Goetheans.
BALD--He and his brother rush the same girl at home, but "Red" went
too fast and Clever had to go home between semesters to catch up.
BAIR-DOCSll,t have ll1UCll to say, but needs watching.
BERGER-Bashful-but some baby. They all fall for him. Ask the
females at Manheim.
BUFFINGTONiTl1C original lady killer. Is known to have rushed two
other girls while engaged to a third. He's a devil-and he knows it.
BURKIIOLDER-A brilliant QPJ student, but he never gets- there in time
to show it.
BUTLER-'SOIHC Boy, "Bunny," So called by the fair sex ol' Ephrata.
CULSIIAWV-UB0I1C,,, our "Fritz K1-eislerf'
DILLER-A student who has directed himself along the straight and nar-
DONER-The original hard guy. If you don't believe it look at his smile.
EBERMAN-HO! how I do love her, and if she only knew it."
ELDER-P Keep quiet. IIe's out again.
ESIIBACII-Noll! Just one more." "No, Harry, not another one to-
night." Usual Saturday Night dialogue on a certain front porch on Mary
FEAGLEY-If C is the outcome of B, and B is the beginning of C, F is the
outcome of B -in C. VVhat is F? Ask Yonna.
F ORSTBURG-T2tkCS a trip to Reading every two weeks. We wonder why.
FRINGER-Arise, awake or be forever fallen.
GANTT-I sleep eight hours, I eat eight hours, and have eight hours for
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ifllifiiiisai GLEIM-The advance agent for the Columbia chickens.
GLESSNER, A. R.-One of Prep's lVatch-dogs. Ask him how he liked
his midnight shower at Prep the week after Christmas holidays.
GLESSNER, VV. E.-Another watch-dog. He and his brother got the
same treatment at the hands of the Prep students.
GREENAWVALT-If you don't find "Greeny" in his room he will be on
High Street. He loves Cabbage Hill.
GREULICH-Without good-nature, man is but a better kind of vermin.
I-IAGER-"No one knows how important I feel."
I'IETRICH'G60I'gC likes to hold a hand of Bowers.
HINTERLEITER-"Hey! where d'ye git that stuff at." Hard as nails.
He is training with Leo Houck.
HOLLINGER-The smile that won't rub off.
IIONAMAN-HI am the only student in college. I refer you to Florence
if you doubt it."
HOOVER-The pavement at the corner of Charlotte and James Streets
JE'r'rE-His size is inversely proportional to his scientific ability.
KIQJENER-"lNIy dog's gone three days-yesterday, today, and tomorrow.
If he don't come back I'll shoot him."
KESSLER-Sad, but true.
ICISSINGER-Llli6S to have a nurse around even though he isu't sick.
KLAWANS--"My kingdom for a schooner."
LEINBACH, F. B.-One of our meek and uneoncerned fussers and unac-
countable for his noise.
LEINBACH, T. M.-A minister-'s son, so he's too good CPD to come to Sun-
day morning chapel.
LIG1-ITNER-"Give me my comb: there is a hair on n1y head that is out
LIMBERT-Called "Cupid" at his Prep, but doesn't know much about
love. Annabel can tell you that.
fll llfllL1Ct19lJ QKl?F'Lll-Wlrifjg
LINDSAY-All unknown quantity without a smile.
LIVINGSTON'-1JlCli just loves to go to see a girl and then have to sit on
the front porch in the full glare of an are light.
lVIcALLIsTER-"Never felt better in my life." 50 Il.-100 and I believe
Grandma CNeillD would go along.
NIICIIAEL-A boy with great ambitions but bad eyesight. YVatch his
MOOREIIEAIJ-'l'l1e father of the class and tl1e top of his head proves it.
MOUNTZ-Ever hear his world-famed fog-horn voice in one of those inter-
class basketball games? f
MUELLER--An old maid specialist.
N E ILL-Pussy-footed grandniother.
Nllfs-What is the call of the South? Ask him about Baltimore.
ORMROD-My word! Strictly English. The nobility of England has
pronounced him an outlaw on account of his "fine" French.
PAXSON-'lll1C most accomplished chicken inspector in college. Ask
REBER-"Vy aren't Sarranza's followers cultured? lJidn't they send
ten men and twenty lady-teachers over here? Huh?',
RIC!liElt'l"'IIC'S afraid of the war-name of his local girl so he goes to
York. "Safety firstly l1e says.
Ii0I3ERTS-HXVLIXH has been blowing his l1orn so much of late tl1at it's
nearly worn out. Perhaps heis trying to reach George School with the
echo. W ho knows?
Ronm'-"Juddy,' is continually longing for his "PunchQ"
RUIIL--Tlle "noisy" boy who likes mass meetings.
Rulvif-He went from home to Abbottstown. She went from York to
Abbottstown. And so they met and the summer passed.
SCIIIEDTlulJlClilC,H and his flying buttress.
SCHNEIDER-Tlie reason Schnitz didn't make the 'Varsity football was
because he and the one who selects the play ers were l1oth after the same girl.
iltrttaai ifiiian it If
SHRIVER-Engaged Csad, but truej.
SLAGEN-"Johnny" has developed strong muscles in his lips by playing
the mandolin so much.
SMITH, A.D.-Noted for silence and a cute little " mugf'
SMITII-HSl0Utl1,,, only living speciman of a "Pinkerton Detective" in
Lancaster. Asks to see his badge.
STINE-Leader: "Where did you get that voice?" Joe: "To tell the
truth, I really think that I can sing."
'FRUXAL-VVC wonder why he has so many conferences with his Latin
VANDERSLOOT-The C is for Camel. The E is for Eight. Discovered:
the reason Van can hold so much.
WEAVER-Partly pure food CWm. Wileyj.
WILLIAMS-Dave's favorite signal for a punt is-7-9-18-21-Go to H-!
VVITMER, K. S.--Any time you want to find Rummy, ask the girl at
The College Inn.
WITMER, R. G.-A modern poetical convict.
WORK-Proerastination and modesty personified to the limit. Besides
this, a beautiful face is a Commendation.
YEICII'-H6 wishes he had been born rich instead of good-lookingC?D.
YINGST-Likes to hide his bashful little self in the shadow of a friendly
box car. For references ask him.
ZIMMERMAN-Ask Hetrieh's girl about her canoe trip with "Curly."
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ADAMS-"Tubby." The personification of wisdom.
ALTIIOUSEL'iEilt, drink and be merry, for tomorrow we dief,
BARLOW1TfVl1Cl'6 he will land is uncertain.
BOMBERGER-Every inch a lady. The soprano from Maryland.
BONNEY-UIIOXV are you, friend?" "Don,t put my head under water,
I can't swim."
BRUBAKER, C. N.-His "Hee Iflawn laugh is the laugh that speaks the
BRUBAKER-"How pretty his blushing was
. And now he blushed again."
BUCIIER, A. H.-Snappy stories. Also delights in reading French.
BUCIIER, J. C.-"He has a loan and hungry look."
BUCKIUS-The Freshman lady killer. Not as bashful as l1e looks.
COOPER1'fl'lC speed devil from Brownstown. It is impossible for him to
CORMAN-A four flusher. Well, I guess!
DEISLEYixv0llld rather dance every night than study German.
:DILL'HA11d still they gazed, and still the wonder grew,
That one small head could carry all he knewf'
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DOWNES-"His o11ly books are woman's looks, and folly's all they've
EITNPlIEItY'6D0ll,t do today what you can do tomorrow."
ELLIOTT-Isle lives in Paradise, but gets Altoona mail in Lancaster.
FAUST-Wanted: a boarding house where they serve five meals a day.
FRANTZ, A. P.-A great admirer of York.
FRANTZ, F. M.-The Dance Hall fiend.
GAMBLE-The great, silent man. Sad, but true.
GERFIN-"His writings were like precious gems, -
His utterances like strings of pearlf,
GERNANT-His fog-horn laugh takes the cake.
GISE-Baby Gisc, a great admirer of pool rooms. Besides, he would
like to be a man.
GIIIEVE--I'IC who finds a girl finds a good thing.
IIENRY-CDUI' brave boy, Abner.
HERSHEY-Silence is golden.
I'IOOVEIiiOuF all-round athlete.
ILYUS-"They always talk who never thinkf'
JOHNSTON-U Besides, 'twas known that he could speak
Greek, as naturally as pigs squeak."
Kmmms-Ile rooms with Yeager. Enough said.
ICLEMMER-H Smile, and the world smiles with you,
Frown, and you frown alonef,
fll Traiiflal earrmii
, ..... x
Kocrmn-"Leth get sthewedf'
LAMPE-"Pretty, isn't he." A young man of brains.
LEE-"Rube" Cahn and serene, but harmless.
MARSHALL-That lesson would be mighty tough,
That Henry Marshall could not bluff.
LIARTINLA head like ivory.
MAYSER-"Wine and Women, mirth and laughter."-
MEARIG-Wine, women, and song, but the greatest of these is Women.
MEIIL-6iAHd from his hooks he raises not his head
In wisdom's ways he solemnly does treadf'
MOYEII-ThlHkS a great deal of Greek but more about " Chicken Little."
MUTII'-A true college man. Comes from the country every day with
rubbers and umbrella.
MYERS-His -Words are few and he is little known, so we will pass him by.
ORT-Gym, the bane of this fellow's existence.
RASI3IlIDGEiHC skipped the house party to see "The Birth of a N ation."
SCHAFFNER-If smartness were brightness, he would be a sunC?Q.
SCI'lULER-DUl.Cl1 as Sauer kraut. '
SMITH, M. A.-Work, for the night is coming.
SMITH-When started to talk, nothing can stop him.
SI'ANGLER-HlS greatest delight to attend Colonial and get jokes to
spring on upper-classmen.
L4 Al21QillNBiLl llliSBltALl. A
STUMPF-Likes to call on girls, especially when he can stay all night
SYKES--One of our lazy boys. He falls asleep while calling on people.
TAUSIG-The joke of the class. He is kept busy running after women
and keeps the Sophs busy running after him.
TIQIEII'-H6 is still hunting for the girl who called him up from Lime Street
lU1iBAN'-T ardy, his middle nanic.
vVENTZ".l?l1C prodigy from New Holland.
WOERNER-Seldom seen, but always heard when he is seen.
YEAGEII-GiVC him a lift. He would like to meet some Lancaster dames
Yomau-Dicky: "Do apples float." Yoder: "No, but they swimf'
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Senior Dance Committee
E. B. GROSII, Chairman
A. S. IIERMAN H. A. BARR
J. G. MOYER P. G. NIURRAY
Junior Hop Committee
Hotel llossmcrc, Jzmuury 27, 1916
L. YV. COXE, III, Chairnmn
G. J. XVILLAUER H. G. Sliolsmmucn
T. B. LOBACII C. H. lx'II'IM1NGER
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ANNUAL CONCFRT BY 'IHI' CLL
Rhine Wine Song. . .
Intoxieation Rag .....
Vocal Solo .......
Anitra's Dance ....
Piano Solo ......
Saxon War Song ....
Antar ...... . .
Blue Danube Waltz. .
Comrades in Arms..
Alma Mater .......
MARTIN AUDITORIUM, JANUARY
Mn. MAsoNn mmm:
Chanson sans Pnroles. . ...................... . .
Cm.l.o SOLO-Mic. J1c'r'l'141
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E AND NIANDOLIN
Wlliddcn and Conrad
. . . .Selected
. . . .Grieg
. .... Selected
. . . .Selected
. . . . .Pommer
. . ..Strauss
. . . . . .Selected
. . . .'1'sL'l1aikewsky
. . . . .Adams
. . . .'l'l1omps0n
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EIGIITIETII ANNIVERSARY OP TIIE GOETIIEAN
I"1nnAY. Arun. 16, 1915
Selection ............... ........ .
Salutation-" A Beginning " .... . .
Selection .,.......................... .
Second Ovation-"Another Side" ............ . .
Tliird Ol'2ltllJll'-i6'llllC Conflict of the Nations". . . . .
. . .ORCIIESTRA
..I. G. NACE
C. D. Roelcm.
Selection .... ............................................ I Jlwnl-:s'r1cA
First fJl'2ll.l1Jl1166Al1 Untrodden Path" ................ SAMUEL Sil1cLI,1-:Y
Poeni-"The AlIlCI'lC2lll Indian and an Modern Soldier-I' .... Fnmn WENTZE1,
B. u4-.'-.-u..v-v-.-.-.-vv...n.vn.-n...:.-.u....u.. ,r AA
Eulogy-"W. U. I-Iensel" .............. ' ........... JOHN Noss
Goethean 0l'2ltl0l11.cA Chosen People", . . .... JonN HOLIIENIZISCII
COMMITTEE OF ARRANGEMENTS
A. F. Dufrz, Clmirman
Gmonola AVILLAUER PAUL M. L1MBEn'1'
EDNVARD J. IQESSLER G. W. LEVAN
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in lil iiiE'PllQ1 i Q QZKBFJLAHAAW AS
EIGIITIETI-I ANNIVERSARY OF THE DIAGNOTIIIAN
TnUlwn.xY, MAY 6, 1915
Invocation ............................ .... P Ron.
Dubbs Oration-"A Modern Policy" ..... . . .
Gerlmrt Ovation-"The Strength of the Nation" ...,..
Harbaugh Oration-" Copernicus and Darwin i' ....... lx
Eulogy--" VVilli:un Uhler Hensel " .....,..... ....
Poem-"Sonnets to our Southern Iliglll2l.lldCl'Sn .........
Anniversary Oration-"The Third Party" ......... GEO
ANVARDING 011' Piuzns
H. M. J. ICLEIN
C. L. EIARTIN
Salutzmtory-"The Path of Peace" ..... ..........
.A. E. IQEGERREIS
. .A. A. Koomm
NNETII E. Al'l'ICI4
. .D. H. KUNKEI.
.EDGAR S. IMLER
non KUNKEL, Ju.
COMMITTEE OF ARRANGEMENTS
W. M. TKUNKEL, Cl12LIl'lllH11
W. A. IIAMMOND P. T. STONESIFER
A. H. MARTIN H. C. RUIIL
Qliraati iiia Atl ig
iagnothian Mock Trial
Diagnothian Hall, November 19, 1915
Judge .......... . .WM. A. HAMMOND, '16
Clerk of Court. . . . . .... A. H. MARTIN, '17
Court Crier ,........ ............ .... 1 ' . G. IIAYES, '17
Plaintiff, Hiram Snodgrass, alias ,.... .... I I. C. 'fIIORBA1IN, '17
Defendant, Clarence Codliver, alias ..,. .... C T. W. DECIIANT, '17
H. G. RI1'1'LE, '16
J. H. LENIIARD, '17
D. H. KITNICEL, '16
D. H. FRANTZ, '17
Attorneys for Prosecution. . . . . .
Attorneys for Defense. . .
YVIIIGIUGAS-1. Mr. Hiram Snodgrass, a farmer residing near Oregon, Lancaster Co.. Pa., has
brought suit against I 'larencc Codliver for the recovery of P155 13.13 as damage and heart-balm:
lx '1'1IA'r The said Vlarence Codliver, a wayward student a.t the Rocky Springs Seminary, was,
on the night of April Q0th, running an automobile while in an intoxicated condition: and,
lx THAT He was a menace to the life and limb of all persons traveling the Oregon Pike, because
of his speeding and reckless driving: and,
IN THAT On the said day, April 20, at about 4- o'clock in the morning, the said Clarence Cod-
liver deliberately and malieiously ran over and killed Bertha, the prize porker belonging to the
'l'li1-xlmrortlc, The said Clarence Codliver is summoned to appear, to answer the aforesaid
After due consideration and deliberation of this most weighty question, we have decided upon
the following verdict:
TnA'r The defendant is not guiltyg
THAT The plaintiff be ccnsured for cruelty to animals and lack of judgment for burying the
prize porker beneath the sod and not making use of it for fertilizerg
'l'1lA'r 71,1112 costs be divided fifty-fifty:
THAT The claim of 515513.13 is absurd and preposterous: .
'l'llAT Miss Mulvahney be awarded three CU cents for her keeping of early hoursg and,
'1'nA'r the 24- bottles of beer stolen by Snodgrass from Sehnopz be distributed among the jurors.
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Third Annual Inter-Society Debate
Friday Evening, April 30, 1915, College Chapel
PROP. Il. B. Guosic, Jn.
RESOLVED, 7l'l1:1.t the stamdin
creased to 150,000 men.
A FF1 R M ATI V E
W. H. SASSAMAN, '17
R. A. .lVICCLELLAN, '16
H. G. RI1'1'LE, '16
REV. E. II. REEMAN REV. J. A. XNIEGAND
The judges decided in favor of the negative.
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g uriny of the United States should li
F. D. W1cN'1'zm., '16
J. B. Noss, '16
C. D. IQOCKEL, '16
PROF. B. W. FISHER
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Junior Oratorioal Contest
CLASS OF 1916
College Clmpcl, June 5, 1915
Expression " .................
The Democracy of thc Future". . . . .
True Values " ................
American Ideals " ............
The Trend of Nations" ........
The Glories of War" ........
PRESENTATION on' MEDAI,
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. . . .W. ALLEN IIAMMOND
.CLAYTON W. WOTRING
. . . . .JOHN B. Noss
......C. S. BECK
. . . .CHARLES D. ROCICEL
tBtlt.ful9II.f e s olltiittlirr f
, ..... .. .
Triennial Greeting of Goethean
New Academy Building, June 9, 1915
Prayer ................................... REV. Cnmrrz
Address of Welcome ......... .............. I V. D. TVENTZEL, '16
Address-"The College and Its Social Respoiisilmilitiesn
Die. A. V. TIIESTER, '89
Address-"Citizenship" .... . . .JOHN R. JONES, ESQ., 'OQ
w Tnomfxs l.Ic1NlmcIr, ,QI
Impromptu ............ . JUDGE VVAGNER, ,85
' Die. T1loMAs LAUD, '74
Song-" Auld Lang Sync ',
Address-"Goethe Fifty Years Agon, ....... REV. L. IQRYDER EVANS, ,64
COMMITTEE OF ARRANGEMENTS
S. BI. SHELLY, Clmirmam
F. C. Cuousm, '16 R. V. ANGLE, '18
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Twenty-Third Annual Contest
PENNSYLVANIA INTER-COLLEGIATE ORATORICAL UNION
Purmlcc Ilamll, Lnfuycltc College, Easton, Pu., April 17, 1915
Omtion-"Explanation of Pam-Germ:mism". .CARL Scnuonn, Swartlnnore
f,l'2l.lLl0Il--U,l'l1C Chosen People" ........ JOHN S. IIOLLFINBACII, F. and M
Orution-A-"'l'l1e Science of Huumn Life". . XVILLIAM R. AMBERSON, Lafayette
Ol'iltlOll'lc'1lllC Dcspiscd Race" ........ CHARLES F. IJEININGER, Ursinus
Oration-"'l'l1e Handwriting on thc Wall " . .JOHN H. L. T1zoU'1', Gettysburg
Ovation-"Pe:1ce in Armor" ............ IIENRY L. SNYDE11, Muhlenburg
AWARDING OF PRIZES
First Prize-I-IIQNRY L. SNYDER, Muhlenberg.
Second Prize-JOHN H. L. 'llROUT, Gettysburg.
Honorable MCIILIOH'-CAIKL Scilmonls, SXVZIl'tllll10I'C.
E. A. 'fOMLINSON, Swartlnnore
XVILLIAM M. HAIN, ESQ ................
.Ilrncm C11AuLEs B. S'1'AvL1-zs. . .
Junolc J. DAVID Buomufmn
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s. FRANKLIN AND MARSHALL
College Chapel, March 3, 1916
QUESTION FOR IDEBATE
RESOLVED, That an international police force should be established to
enforce international treaties and agreements and to preserve 1lltCl'll2Ltl0Il2Il
HOMER M. RESPESS, '17
GEORGE RUPP, '19
GEORGE I-IERING, JR., '17
REYNOLDS C. MASSE1', '16
ROBERT C. BAIR, . .
DR. G. H. IIALLETT ......
CHARLES H. EDMUNDS, E
DR. A. V. TIIESTER
F. and NI.
PAUL ALBERT NIUELLER, '18
CHARLES l,AVID ROCKEL, '16
CHRIST LONGENEOKER LIARTIN,
FREDERICK S. FOLTZ, '17
. . . . . . . .Pl1iladelplIia, Pa.
SQ .... .... l ,llll1lLlClIJlIl2I, Pa.
The judges decided in favor ol' the aflirnlative.
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FRANKLIN AND MARSHALL vs. SWARTHMORE
NIARCII 3, 1916
QUESTION FOR DEIZATE
RESOLVEIQ, That an international police force should be established to
enforce ll1lL0l'lllli',l0lNll treaties and agreements and preserve international
PROP. JOHN A. NIILLER.
F. and M. Swnrtlnuore
GUY K. BARII, '16 IIUGII F. DENWVOILTII, '16
FREDERICK D. AVENTZEL, '16 LYNN H. BAILEY, '17
CLAYTON W. WOTRING, '16 CLARENCE D. MYERS, '17
RAY R. IHERTZOG, ,16 IDETLEY W. BRONK, '19
The judges cleciderl in favor of the negative.
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ill .mEsl91l 0KHF1LAM
Arms and the Man
THE GREEN ROOM CLUB OF FRANKLIN
AND MARSHALL COLLEGE
l+'um'oN 0l'l'Il!A Ihmsm, MM' 3, 1915
CAST OF CHARACTERS
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Raina I etkofl .................. . . .
IqiIl,Il0I'iIlC 'l'ctkoIl', her mother. . . .
Louka, :L servant ...............
Capt Bluutschli. . .
Russian OfHcc1' .... .
Nicola, :L servant ......
Majrml' Pctkoff ............
M:1,j1J1' Sorgills S2ll'2lll0Hl .....
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.C. W. IBECIIANT
. . .P. S. Fmwz
W. G. MARKEL
.M. W. JONES
D. H. .KUNKEL
C. P. SIIRIVER
..I. G. Mm'1f:n
. .I+'. W. I.'mmN
Class Day Exercises
Class History ....
Class Prophecy ....
Class Prophecy ....
Class Poem ....
Presentation. . .
Presentation. . .
Mantle Oration .....
Acceptance of Mantle. . .
Fence Oration ......
Acceptance of Fence
COLLEGE CAMPUS, JUNE 8, 1915
MALCOLM M. IIARING
. .ARTIIUR K. KUNKEI.
HIJIFZSTER G. RIIAWN
. . .GEORGE M. BLANK
. . . .EDGAR S. IMLER
. . CKENNETII E. APPEL
.... M. SIIELLY
. . .GEORGE KUNKEL, JR.
.JOHN S. IIOLLENBACII
.W. ALLEN IIAMMOND
TmEf191 Qmf1.1M SEVENTY-NINTH ANNUAL COMMEN CEMENT OF
FRANKLIN AND MARSHALL COLLEGE
COLLEGE CHAHEL, JUNE 10, 1915
Salutatory-The Preparation and the Task. . . .... J. S. Il0LLENBACII
Franklin Oration ..............,.............. .... E . H. BERGER
Marslmll Orntion-'l'l1c Clmllcngc of Today ..... .... C . R. YOCKEY
Valcdictory .... ......... ..... 1 C . E. APPEL
Address ..... .............. ' .FALCOTT WILLIAMS, T4I1'T.D., LL.D.
CONFERRING OF DEGRIGICS
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JOHN SUMMERS STAIIR, PILD., D.D., LL.D
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John Summers Stahr, Ph.D., D.D., LL.D.
"lNlourn, for to us he seems the last,
Remembering all his greatness in the Past."
HE tolling of the bell in the old College Tower which broke the stillness
of the wintry air late on Tuesday night of December twenty-first,
nineteen-fifteen, announced the passing away of a soul dearly beloved by
each and every one of us. Dr. Stahr was dead. The news of his demise
was a distinct shock to the whole College community. It occurred during
the Christmas vacation, and the sorrow was only deepened in many of us
who did not receive the news soon enough to return and pa.y last tribute
to one whom we so dearly loved.
A great personality never dies. Thus will the influence ol' his strength
of character have its effect upon ourselves and upon generation after genera-
tion of Franklin and Marshall men to follow us. The voice of our Alma
lMater's "Grand Old lVIan" is stilled. But the spirit of that body is not
absent. Hundreds of Alumni still are encouraged by the noble example
which they have had the rare opportunity to profit by.
VVe as undergraduates consider it a privilege of the highest kind to have
had personal acquaintance with such a man. We always looked up to Dr.
Stahr as one above us, as one to whom we must give our sincerest respect.
Thus is the grief of being called upon to dwell upon his leaving us never to
return rendered all the more poignant.
The term HF. and M. Man" may he more appropriately applied to no
one. Ile was connected with this institution for the surprising period of
fifty years in the capacities of student, instructor, professor, and president.
This record stands unequalled. It was his proud boast that during the
time ol his connection with the college he had the privilege of teaching
practically every subject in the whole curriculum, at one time or another.
Tl1is showed the rare versatility of the man.
1 teai ggw-Maths
His untiring efforts as President of Franklin and lVIarshall for twenty
years bore fruit in the rapid growth and development of the College in all
lines, and it is to him that we owe many of our advantages today. In 1909
he resigned the presidency and was made president emeritus. He would
not consent however to relinquish his professorial duties and he retained
all his classes until the end of last year. Then owing to a realization of
his failing strength he gave up all his courses except one. This he held
till the time of his death. Can this tenacity of purpose in the face of physi-
cal disability be anything but an inspiration to us?
John Summers Stahr was born near Quakerstown, Bucks County, Pa.,
on December second, eighteen-forty-one. He was thus in his seventy-fifth
year when he died. His ancestors had come over from Germany in the
eighteenth century. He was one of a family of seven children and exhibited
a variety of talents at an early age. He received his primary education in
tl1e public schools. Tl11'ough his own efforts he secured a fund of knowledge
which enabled him to teach in the schools of his county. He had now de-
cided that he wanted to make teaching his life's work. He was able to
enter the Junior Class at Franklin and Marshall in September, 1865. By
earnest application he was enabled to graduate two years later with the
highest honors of his class. There being a vacancy in the faculty at that
time, young Stahr was offered an assistant professorship which he accepted.
He held this position until 1871. In 1870 he was awarded his Master of
Arts degree. During this whole period he had been occupying his spare
time with studying for the ministry under Dr. John 1V. Nevin, of the Semi-
nary. As a result he was ordained into the ministry in 1872 He served
as a supply pastor in the First Reformed Church in Reading for a little over
a year, but declined the invitation to accept permanently 'the pastorate
of that church. 1VIeanwhile he had not given up his duties at Franklin and
From 1867 until 1915 therefore he occupied numerous chairs in the college
for varying periods of time. Fora number of years beginning in 18741 he was
Treasurer of the Faculty. In June, 1890, he was elected President and
served until 1909.
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Recognition of his rare ahility was not confined to our college circles.
From 1906 to the time of his death he served as co-editor of the "Reformed
Church. Review." Ile was a member of the Eighth Council of the Alliance
of the Reformed Church held at Liverpool in 1904- and of the Tenth Council
held at Aherdcen. He was elected President of the General Synod of the
Reformed Church in 1914. From 1890 to 1908 he was a member of the
International Sunday School Lessons Committee and for some years pre-
ceding his death he was a consulting editor of the "Funk and Wagnalls
In 1871, Dr. Stillll' married Miss Francina E. Andrews, of Colerain
Township. She and three children survive.
The review of Dr. Sti1l11',S life is a record of over half a century of moral
strength, courage oi' convictions, force of will, sense of duty, and persistent
application. We are proud ol' him.
"It is required that a man be found faithful."
"Dr, Sttllll' was faithful."
XVILLIAM E. FEIDT
William Elmer Feidt
T WAS with deep regret and a sincere feeling of our loss that we learned
ol' the death of our classmate Feidt, just at the time for the opening
of College after the Christmas recess. The death of so young a person is
sad enough, but the peculiarly distressing circumstances of his death, and
the universal esteem in which he was held hy us made our grief the more
1Villiam Elmer Feidt was horn in 1892 at Wliconisco, Pennsylvania. He
received his early education in the public schools of ltlillersburg, Pennsyl-
vania. At the age of fifteen he entered Millersburg High School. His
earnestness and strength of purpose is seen in the fact that he walked seven
miles to school in the morning and seven miles home at night every day.
At high school he was an earnest, diligent student, and took a prominent
part in athletics. He graduated there with honors in 1913, president of
In the fall of that year he entered Franklin and lVIarshall, and remained
a student here until his death. In his career at college he displayed the
same admirable qualities that had distinguished his earlier life-quiet
manliness, devotion to duty, and loyalty. His academic studies were
marked with success, As an athlete, he worked hard and consistently, and
last fall he played guard on the 'varsity eleven, receiving l1is monogram at
the close of the season. At the heginning of the present school year he was
elected treasurer of the Junior Class. He wasia member of the lVIarshall
During the earlier part of last Christmas vacation he was working in
York. He took sick, and against the advice of his physician, started to go
to his home. Reaching Millersburg, in the evening, he struggled over the
live weary miles that he had to cover. Typhoid fever developed, which
after a two-weeks' illness was overcome, but in his weakened condition
pneumonia set in, and he died on the seventh of January. President Apple
and a delegation from the Junior Class attended his funeral. Feidt
was married at Easter, 1915, to Margaret Alice Lehman, of Killinger, Penn-
sylvania, who, with l1is parents and two sisters, survives him.
We feel that for him eulogy is vain. As his life was simple and unassum-
ing, so should our record be. But his memory is with us as a constant
guide to the strong virtues he illustrated i11 his life, and may we all copy them.
H'Ili'l' N . C
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Robert N. Gitt
NE of the saddening events ol' our summer vacation was the drowning
ol' Robert N. Gitt, on August. 6, 1915. With a cousin he was canoeing
at Waldheim, York County, Pa., and, while attempting to ride a dam when
the stream was at flood, was drowned.
He was born at Hanover, York County, on August 14-, 1895. He pre-
pared for college at Hanover High School, graduating there in 1914-, and
entered here as a Fl'CSlllIl2lIl with the class of 191.8 in September, 19141. He
was a member of the Chi Phi fraternity and played in the class football
team in 1914.
Although only with us for a short time he made a host of friends and was
well liked hy all. During his year among us he showed :L great liking for
studies as well as an aptitude for athletics, and had he been spared so as
to finish his college course he would have undoubtedly been both a credit
to himself and to the institution.
STUDENT XVEEKLY 3, STAFF
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"The Student Weekly"
Editor-in-Chief .... ...... .............,...
Mzumging Editor ,... ....
Literary Editor .... . . .
N cws Editor .... ....
Associate News Editors .... .
BUSIN ESS STA FF
Assistant Business Manager ..,..................
JI. N. Smmm1'wmn.,13.1'.1'r'1'., OXON. H. B.
C. E. Mmmis. A.M1
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.F. D. TVENTZEL, '16
F. L. REIc:1mu'r, '16
J. B. Noss, '16
D. H. FRANTZ, '16
A. A. TKOORIE, '16
C. C. TVIUEIIE, '17
F. S. Forfrz, '17
L. C. LIGIITNER., '18
M. D. Sc:11A1v1fN1cn, '16
Business Manager ......................... .....
.R. L. H1f:mzsT, '17
Guosic, Jn., A.M.
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STA FF OF EDITORS
A. W. LICK
fli. W. LUTTENBERGER
ASSISTANT BUSINESS MANAGER
I. E. FISIIER
A. A. SONIIIIEIMER
J. D. TROIIRER
D. I-I. FRANTZ
J. R. IIOLLINGER
P. T. STONESIIIER
WM. II. SASSAMAN
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STAFF OF EDITORS
C. D. ROCKEL, '16
J. G. MOYER, '16
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NOT HER year had startedg
The old main building rung
With the noisy shouts and muffled tones
Of many a student's tongue.
It's registration day againg
Old F. and M. has come to lifeg
The Fresh and Sophs throw down the gloveg
The fight is on with bloody strife.
WVhen suddenly from out the skies
An apparition comes to view,
Of varied hues and haughty nlieng
Behold-a Freshman briglit and new!
His tie is mottled pink and blue,
His socks are flashy greeng
A cane he dangles in his hand,
And a derby on his bean.
His gloves he fondles lovinglyg
His nose toward Heaven pointedg
He looks to neither right nor leftg
Ilis legs seem double-jointed.
"I say, my man, is this the place
Where new men registrate?
And why this beastly bally row?"
fllesults I shall relate.,
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The Seniors stared, the Juniors glared,
The Freshmen looked askanceg
And then the Sophomores broke the spell
And woke us from our trance.
"Oh yes, kind sir, this is the placef'
A Sophomore calmly saidg
"You'll Hnd the ink is nice and thick,
Exactly like your headf,
When class was called he took his place
In Tuffyls room with all the rest,
His hair was combed, his collar clean,
I-Ie wore the tie l1e loved the best.
Then Tuffy spied him at his seat,
All spick and span and nice,
And gloom descended like a pall,
The room seemed cold as ice.
"Who let that in and what's 'its' name?,'
Said Tuffy, soft and lowg
Then grumbled far beneath l1is neck,
"It,s some tam fool, not so?"
In Dicky's class, Amoeba frowned,
Spermatozoa turned and fled,
And then he tapped a pan or two
And Dieky said, "Don,t scratch your headtf'
Geometry was deep to l1im,
And algebra was steep for him, .
Economy too cheap for him,
Psychology was sleep for him,
And daily gave us joy,
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In chemistry they got his goat-
The aeid spoiled his nice new coat-
And "Fresh" upon his back they wrote,
And on his sleeve they pinned a note,
"I'm motheris darling boy."
A week has passed, our mother's pet
Has ceased to scintillateg
Alas, they're sad and all too true,
These facts I must relate.
No longer shines the brilliant tieg
The gloves can not be seeng
The cane is absent from his hand,
No derby on his bean.
His suit is black and sois his tieg
He's meek and very quietg
They say he stood up for his meals,
And said he had to diet.
He's all right nowg you scarce would know
Our brilliant friend of oldg
He learned it all at F. and M.
And now my story's told.
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Faculty Epi grams
DR. SCIIIEDT-Ontogenesis is the recapitulation of Phylogenesis.
DR. IcERSlINERiTl1C current flowing through a conductor is propor-
tional to the difference of potential and inversely proportional to the
resistance of the conductor. '
DR. HERMAN-Every Psychosis has its Neurosis.
PROF. APPLE--The square of the hypothenuse is equal to the sum of the
squares of the other two sides.
1'RoF. BECK-Quantitative Analysis is based largely on comparative
DR. APPLE-The form is the shrine of the idea.
DR. MULL-It seems to me you are overeut.
DR. KLEIN-When I discuss this I am disregarding political affiliations
DR. DIPPELL-Try to get into the spirit of this, gentlemeng this is ab-
solutely the Hnest passage in all literature.
DR. IIIESTERQVVIICII we study International Law we must ignore the
present War. V
BIEYERS-GCl1lLlC11lCIl, you have an exaggerated se11se of humor.
I'IELL1sR-O Socky, Soeky, come down!
Se11AEF1fER--Mr. Moyer, is this a sight translation?
GROSE-Gentlemen, I will not commit myself on this point.
WEISGERBE1t1If may or it may not beg it depends on conditions
"Wein, Weiber, und Gesangu ...................
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Annual Banquet ofthe K. S. N. S. Club
Esxmxfs CAFE, - 1916
Noodle Soup a la Kautz
W ACK ER,S
Herring, Piel Sauce
Weinerwursts, :L In Allentown
Pork Mashed Potatoes
Ka1'tofi'elsaladt LlllllJlll'gCl' Cheese
Pumpernickel Brot Pudding
"Two-fer" Cigars, Piedmont Cigarettes
Toastmaster .........,.. .......... .... Y W '. E. TROUTMAN
"Kutztown uber Alles" ...... " "
. . . . .F. A. STERNER
"Ei, du schone Schnitzelbanki'
Chorus by the Club
ANGLE MAKES A FIRE IN GOE'1'I1,lCAN IIALL
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Extracts from a Freshman's Diary
FEBRUARY 30, 1910
7:00 A.M.--Arosc and stood in front of radiator for two minutes, taking
deep breaths and expanding chest.
7:05 .x.M.-Washed face in refreshing hot water to stimulate circulation.
7:10 A.M.-Suspenders tore and had to borrow a safety-pin from landlady.
7:30 A.M.-Had two glasses of l3orden's lliilk for breakfast.
8:10 .x.M.-lVent to Chapel on time: sang' my favorite hymn, No. 2233
congratulated Dr. Apple upon the appropriateness of the morning Bible
8:30-11:30 A.M.-Made good recitations i11 every class except Prof.
Apple'sg I think he expects too much from us Freshmen.
12 :00 M.-Had only tea for luncheon as the toast was too hard on my gums.
12:30-1:00 IAM.-Reviewed all the lessons I had this morning.
1:15 1'.M.-Waved my handerchief to Mary as I passed her house on my
way to class.
1:16 P.M.'SlLllll1lJlCd over a gutter: dropped my booksg and tore two but-
tons olf my coat.
1:30-3:30 P.M.-Got through French and German all right. Didn't have
to recite in either. Dr. Dippell talked nearly tl1e whole period on tl1e
"ecstatic sublimity" of modern French, and Prof. Schaeffer gave a lecture
on the value of four years of Latin and Greek.
3:4-5 P.M.-Cut gym. today. Put on clean collar and new necktie.
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4:00 P.M.-Met Mary at Stevens High School and went to the Hippo-
drome. Saw Kitty Gordon in "T he School Girl's Love."
5:30 P.M.-Couldn't stay to see whole show as I was getting hungry.
I left Mary stay to the finish. Made a date to see her again day after to-
6:00 P.M.-Had a fine dinner but couldn't eat as n1ucl1 as I wanted be-
cause I had a lot of studying to do.
6:30 P.M.-Happened to see the evening newspaper and read that some
man had presented something to the F. and M. Museum. Have been
wondering Where that is. It ll1USt be down under the grandstand where I
saw those picks and shovels.
7:00+9:00 P.M.-Could only get out two lessons this evening. lVill take
a chance on Dr. Grose tomorrow.
9:15 1'.M.-W3.ShCd my face, said my prayers, and went to bed. I let my
window open only three inches now instead of four as it has been pretty
cold lately. -
lf'-stands for Future and Fame, it is true.
R-stands for Royal, the Wllite and the Blue.
A-is for Apple, the head of our college.
N-Stands for Nature, the base of ull knowledge.
K-is the "Kultur" we argue about.
.-stands for Lessons and Lezu'ning, no doubt.
is for Ideal, the truest und best.
N-stands for "Neutral" and you know the rest.
A-is for Absences, sometimes we are sud.
N-is the Number, too many is bud.
D-is Denlerit and results nmkc us nuid.
-stands for our Ministers, Worthy and wise.
A-is for Art, which wc never despise.
R-is Religion, 8:10 in the chapel.
S-stands for Science with Jefferson Apple.
II-is for Honor and Honesty too.
A-stands for Acid which leaves nothing new.
L-is for Lab., so smoky and pretty.
L-stands l'01"Last and the end of this ditty.
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Can You Imagine--
Percy Fritz being drunk?
Lobaeh enjoying a hearty laugh?
Foltz having his lesson prepared?
Coxe getting married?
Frantz keeping his mouth shut?
Hayes going to war?
Prien coming down out of the clouds?
C. L. lVlartin drinking a highhall?
lVIuehe saying only what he knows?
Baker talking faster than one word a minute?
Garvey having green hair?
Bard looking as bright as he really is?
llechant knowing what he is talking about?
Eshelnian getting mad?
"Tulmby,' saying "praktieal"?
Kressley not looking like a minister?
Lenhard not being pessimistic?
Musser weighing 98 pounds?
"Tuffy', saying "I don?
Brenner joining the Y. hi. C. A.?
VVinger looking wise?
"Dieky" saying "Damn the Dutc-h"?
Lick looking well pleased?
Stoudt wearing a corset?
Sassaman talking on "Beauties ol' FCIl1llllSlllil?
Sondheimer flunking in German?
Rohrer not smiling?
Brindle singing soprano?
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"Dippy" not exclaiming "By Grabn?
Ruhl riding in the patrol wagon?
Faust dancing with Bucher?
Witherspoon wearing a baby shoe?
Kunkle going to chapel? .
Mylin singing in the choir?
"The Faculty" excusing all cuts?
Davis buying any cigarettes? '
"Lizzie" and "Tubby" in a wrestling bout?
What would happen if there were no Class of 1917?
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THE W. II. C. W. A. WILL PAY BIG MONEY FOR
HE Wheatland I-Iotel Chair Vifarmers' Association, having been in-
humanly deprived of a seat for their operations by the wilful and
spiteful closing of I-lotcl Wheatland, have found themselves confronted
with that heart-rending question, "iVhere shall we go?" Since their
forcible ejection it is even claimed that some of the members have been
forced to stay at home at nights, and in at least two cases it is known that
in sheer desperation recourse was had to study.
In view of this alarming state of affairs, which it can be seen will soon
result in a violation of one of the sacred principles of the organization,
"It is better to loaf than to work," a scouring canvass of available property
on North Queen Street is being made. Among the requirements which
must be complied with are:
1. A ground-fioor room.
2. Large transparent plate-glass window.
3. llrass railing along window-sill.
4. A dozen or more comfortable chairs, as conducive to sleep as is
No limit is set as to the price this enterprising association will pay for
rent and therefore if there is any poor merchant or bootblack or banker
or saloonkecper who finds it hard to make ends meet, he may find it to his
advantage to call upon any responsible member of this body.
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Faculty Member. . . . .
E. EVERETT MYLIN
JOIIN P. FEAGLEY
TITUS B. LOBACII
JOHN M. REEIJ
B. F. DAVIS
D. H. KUNKLE
I-I. G. RIPPLE
H. K. SPAIIR
C. C. ALLSIIOUSE
W. A. BUCKIUS
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M. W. JONES
T. T. MfkliTONE
S. L. WEIJLEII
G. J. MOYER
W. N. BRENNER
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ESCEND, 0 muse, who Alexander Pope
Didst once inspire to write his "Dunciad' ,
Help me to sing the class of ,1'7,
To now describe them all "with winged wordsf'
To borrow Homer's phrase, and to hand down,
To future generations that shall rise
Up in our stead, a true and faithful picture
Of all the members. First of all we come
To Atcliley, gentle, ladylikc, and sweet,
Who is so modest that he will not show
His sylph-like for111 exposed in B. V. D.,S
To any eyes, not even his room-mateis.
He is a gentle sister to us all,
And if perchance one holds co11verse with him
It seemeth as he spoke unto a maid,
So guileless and so innocent his speech.
Then Bair, of whom forsooth we can't say much,
Because he came to us so late that yet
YVe have not got acquainted with him well.
"lVhy should a 111311 whose blood is warm within
Sit like his grandsire carved in alabasterf'
VV e ask when we on Stanley Baker look,
That youth phlegmatic, stolid, slow of speech,
"Too slow to catch coldf, as the poet saith. i ,
Sam Bard, the shark, comes next, who in our class
Doth "bear the green for scholarship, and all
That doth befit the qucster after knowledgeg
And yet to him the company of fair damcs
Is not unplcasing, nor to drive about
illiiriiiaiai aiafi in lf
In his autog in sooth a goodly youth.
Then Brindle, one-time monitor, of face
Comely, and in his manner debonair,
Is eke a runner and photographer.
Lou Coxe, "graeilis puer," runner, sport,
Leading exponent of the Gay White Way
Is now disposed of. Next Clem Dechant
Will be considered. What a man is l1ere!
He is an actor, and a poet, and a lover,
A literary man, and last, not least,
A "darned good scout." Here's to you, "Peck,"
A youth sleek-headed, dapper, small, is Derr,
And yet a "heller," so his friends tell us,
Among the fair ones.
Erdman, another of our fair co-eds,
Stooped as to shoulder, shambling as to gait,
A gay young Don Juan, or so he says.
Absalom Oliver Eshleman, great scott,
IIow redolent of hay-cocks is the name,
Fitter cognomen for a country lad
You could not find. And Fish,
Good Fisher "with his shining morning face",
As merry as the day is long is he.
A man like Foltz Juvenal had in mind,
When in deep bitterness of soul l1e wrote
"Difficile est satiram non scribere"g
And so we find it. But we will be kind.
Dave Frantz, he is a self-important fellow,
A trial to patience, aye, a sore one toog
For hcill dispute, of this or any matter,
Or pro or con, but by the gods, hc'll argue.
Fritz, yclept Percy, what a long-faced varlet
Is he, a porer over booksg in sooth,
Heis "thin and hungcrlyf'
And Garvey, he is madeconspicuous
Both far and near, by the red flaming thatch
That glistens on his head. Oh! it is bright,
Not golden, nor yet auburn, but plain red.
Gilbert is burly and massive of form,
Deep-jowled is he and leonine of face,
The girls like him, he's like the sturdy oak,
Fit for tl1e clinging vine. And "Porky,' Griel,
He's a queer fellow with a nasal drawl,
And a perpetual hatred of stiff collars.
Hartzell is short and rugged as to face,
His smile is broad and toothsome, like T. R's.
And now comes Hayes. Our "grand old man" is he,
Learned, CfHClCll'lL, Zlilld ofiactual worth,
Gibes are but pointless, and wit misses fire
Against the shield of his strong probity.
Rene La Verne Herbst, heavens! what a name,
A mixture of the Teuton and the Gaul,
But hc's lived down his name, and is well liked
By all his mates. Hess is a late arrival,
A miller, so we hear, and married man.
Hollinger is a name thatis hard to work
Into our verse, not so the man himself,
He's a good scout, if ever there was one.
The brothers Koons, ah! what a pair is here,
Sports, gilt-edged ones, smashers of maidens' hearts,
Remus and Romulus had nothing on them.
Then "Deacon" Kressley, lank and lean of limb,
Psalm-singing Puritan, as good as married
To some fair damsel from his native hamlet.
And "Johnny,' Lenhard, he of the nasal twang,
And nicely-Waving hair, and charming feature,
011, Jolmis a goodly youth, ay, "wery', goodly.
Levan, the breezy, bouncing, young "smart Alec,',
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"Quam diu, Catalina," still we say,
When he impudently shoots off his head.
Lick is a soporific, stagnant youth,
And Lobaeh, swarthy, saturnine, and gruff,
And Luttenberger of the ready smile,
These finish up the L's. Now to the Mis.
Martin, the pleasant Dutchmang Meminger
Prince of good fellows, broad and squat of frame,
Merry and cheerful in his temperament,
Moyer, the Dutch barbarian, not hard 'tis
To tell he comes from Womelsdorf, Berks Co.
Muehe, the boy reporter, on whose head'
The vials of Prexy's wrath full oft were poured,
For spicy bits of news untimely gleaned 3
And Musser, stalwart giant, slow of speech.
These are the NFS. Powers the toreador
Most daring bluffer of the class, but crude
In method. Prien, the tall and haughty lad,
Looks with disdainful eye on our poor weakness,
Superior as Saturnian Jupiter.
Roeder, the guileless, inoffensive youth,
Whose countenance reminds us of the duck.
Don Rohrer is a lad of parts, his face
Is fresh and rosy as a girl's, his hair
Stands up like Tommy Traddlesh Sassaman
The wild and woolly, uncombed, unshorn Dutchman,
From eight miles hack of Reading. Oh, these Dutch!
Shoemaker, called in affection "Sister,"
A maid of dainty grace and winning ways,
Ladylike, prone to giggles, charming girl.
Smith, waggish, quiet, with a pointed nose
Fit to smell out a mystery or anything.
Sondheimer, sharkiest of sharks, and yet
A good and genial fellow for all that,
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"The pith o' sense and pride 0' worth" in him
Starr is a quiet fellow who attends
Strictly to business, morning, night, and noon.
Of Stonesifer the less said in this place'
The better. Stoudt, gentle of voice, and kind,
Ample of girth, round, corpulcnt ol' form,
Thorbahn, the easy, genial man 0' the world
Has always stuflied some "Red hlanu in his cheek,
Champion, by long odds he, in the broad spit.
Si Waugaman, tall, straight, and lithe of limb,
Dignified and sedate, his mien eomports
lVell witl1 the scholar's gown or judge's ermine.
YVeiss of the long dark hair and genial smile,
Handsome, well-groomed, a fine upstanding fellow.
iVierman, a skinny, "long-eonnceted whelp"
Of vaeuous smile, and thoughtful eyeglasses.
"Gawge', VVillauer, ah, herc's a task indeed,
The lily-fingered boy, the ladies' darling,
Rocking with .toilet water, groomed to kill,
Ile is a subject fit for masteris pencil.
We close with Winger, he of the vague ideas,
Never quite certain what he wants to say.
These are the men, whom I have named for you,
Who are the members of our glorious class,
Long may they live and flourish, ever adding
New luster to their Alma lNIater's name.
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The Ben Davis Evangelistic Campaign
Tim MAMMOTH '1'AnEnNAc-Lia, PARK IIILL.
Address-"Damn the Seminaries " .,........................ Mu. DAVIS
Booster Chorus, under the direction of ....... ..,......,.. ' 'l31LL" JONES
Solo-"If the Beer Keeps Right" .... .. OSCARINA STOUDT, Soprano
"Confessions".. ....... HSIIORTY,, MOIJNTZ, reformed convict
THIRD NIGHT CCollege Night?
"Perils of College Life" ........ "R1xnY" STERNER, I Tappa Keg Frat.
Chorus by the " Choir Unbearable"-"Along the Rocky Road to Heaven H
SPECIAL AFTERNOON SESSION fFor Ladies Onlyj
Address-"How to be Happy Though Married" .... .... M R. DAVIS
Subject-6285000 or Bust."
Chorus-"Brothers Dear, It's Kale I'n1 After."
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Our Famous Players Club
xTTCllLEY ...... ....
BAER CBarcj. .
BR1N1JL1c.. . .
' ERDMAN .....
FRANTZ . . .
GEISENBERGIQR .... ....
GRIEL ..... .
IIARTZELL ..... ....
ITAYES .... . .
TIOLLINGNER. , .
KooNs, E. W.
KooNs, T. C. .
Nearly a Lady
The Old Homestead
The fLoanQ Lone Shark
The Iron Claw
The Circus Man
The Man on the Box
Neal of the Navy
This is the Life
The Case of Becky
The Country Mouse
lfVar is Hell
A Fool There VVas fand Is,
It Pays to Advertise
The Little Minister
The Cave Man
A Voice in the Fog
Lost cfI'0ll1D Paradise '
The Birth of a Nation
The Explorer Col' Cabbage Hill
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LEVAN ...............,.. Temptation
LICK ...A.. .... ' Phe Prince and the Pafujper
LOBACII ..... .... .... ' 1 'he Battle Cry of Peace
LUTTEN1sRRmcR. . . .... The Girl and the Game
MARTIN ....... ..., ' Phe Sehoolnmrm
MEMINGEII.. . . .... A Gentleman of Leisure
. . . .John Bzirleycorn
. . . .The Cub Reporter
TVIUSSER .... .... S amson
POXVERS .... .... IV Iusty Suffer
PRIEN .... .... S nobfsj
lROEDl'J1t .,.. .... ' Phe Wilcl Goose Chase
IIOIIRER .... .... T Phe Crucible fMostly Broken Unc-si
SASSMIAN. . . . .... 'Phe Alien
SHOEMAKI-:R .... .... ' Phe Fortune Seeker
SMITH ........ .... ' Phe Captive
SONDIIPJIMER. . . .... 'Phe Unknown
TVIERMAN. . .
. . .... 'Phe Sky Pilot
. . . . . .Self Appraised
. . . .Fatty fund the Broadway Stzirsj
. . . .'Phe Dcvil's Daughter
. . . , . .Life's Whirlpool
. . .fGoodD Dope
. . . .'Twas Ever Thus
. , .... Aristoeraey
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f'l'nANsI.A'1'l4:n mom GoE'l'lmD
Faust had a thirst for knowledge
And wished to go to College.
He said to the Devil,
"Old sport, 011 the level,
Send nie to F. and Nl.
Or to the Sem,
That I may learn
Of love to spurn.
Give me knowledge
Or give me death."
He cried aloud,
And thereiarose a cloud
Of mighty smoke.
And the devil appeared
On a horse that reared.
The horse he gave
The way to pave,
liy trotting all week
In Latin, Hebrew,
Chinese, or Greek. r
Faust bowed i11 hearty thanks
And straightway joined the mighty ranks.
His knowledge now .
Has cubed itself .
His books lie dusty on the shelf.
His trot he 1llCll101'lZCS,
His lessons he sunnnarizes.
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But, alas, one day
While he was away,
The Devil came
To take his fame,
He took his trot
And l1is knowledge
He then forgot.
Faust burns bright
His candle all night.
His knowledge went astray
WVhen his trot trotted away.
When a pessimist sits down at the table he says, "Is there any milk in
The optimist says, "Please pass the cream."
DR. I'IERMAN1UAIld what is the effect on respiration? "
DERR+'i0l1l The prespiration rate decreases."
Derr tells us " Corrosive sublimate is a mild purgativef'
BARBER Cto Faust, 'ISD-"Shave up or down?"
BARBER-HI sec that's all there is to shave, sir."
1 .f f y i .
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e A . -- -7 ... A on
M.. .,..f K'
A French Comedy
fHall in main building outside of Room A. Group of students expeetantly
looking at watches. Time, 1:30.J
FIRST STUDENT-NO class today! Dippyis had another puncture.
SECOND STUDENT-'FI'0Ilt. row Colonial for us.
FIRST STUDENT-How about Tlieda Hara at the "Grand,'?
FFIIIRD STUDENT fas group is about to disbandJ--L'Aeadan1ie Francaise
fllr. Dippell arrives, causing great joy among the studentsj
DR. DIPPELL-You have waited? Tres bien.
CClassroom A. One northern and two eastern windows partly raised
and lowered. All blinds evenly drawn hall'-way. Desk With southern
exposure. Table at northern end of rooni, chairs intervening. Time,
DR. DIPPICIIII fadjusting his smoked glassesj-V-e-r-y well. Absent,
Frantz and Foltz.
ilflifiiiirllirl ziiirxru in If
FRANTZ ffrom outsidej-Present.
DR. iDIl'I',l'ILL'I,lSCZ ensemble la page soixan te-dix.
The class then reads in three ke s: Zimmerman, so rano' Weiss, tenor'
: 7 3
S. S. Bard, bass. Time between endings, three minutesj
D. D.--Mr. Gise, kindly straighten up and do not sit on your back.
There are only two rules to be followed in this department-every man do
his best and be a gentleman.
CKoons answers a questionj
D. D.-The prompting was so loud that even Koons heard it.
Clfnoeking heard on door. D. D. opens door and discovers German spy
disguised as a book agent. After three minutes, D. D. returns.,
fAt 2:2-l one-half oi' board work is done. Class is impatient but D. D.
sends 12 more to the board. First bell rings before any further writing
is done. Sentences on board are hastily eorreetedj
D. D.-Now, gentlemen, who can tell me the difference between the
French and English alphabet?
fBard raises his llfllldj
D. D.-Alright, Mr. Bard, we will hear from you.
BARD--a, b, e, d, e .... ..... s , t, u, V, w, X, pourquoi z.
D. D. Cwith a bealifie glam-el-Class is disbanded. Next lesson next
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Gm Q. fl F IQ V
lQLg 0KllFl.lln ll lj
DR. SCHIEDTS OPINION OB ORIBIAMMI
IIUTTENBERGER'-itD0Ct0l', can I sell you an ORIFLAMMP9
Du. SCIIIEDT-HIIOW much, 5B5.00?,'
LUTTENBERGER--"5lS1.75 this yearg good bool
DR. SCIIIEDT-i'I'Illlll 31.75, but how much IS It LL oltli 712 cents?
I,UTTEN131+:1LGE1L---"Wlcll, it's W'Ol'tll 82.00, but ne sell lt fo1 'bl 7.1
DR. SCI-IIEDT-"Ya, ya! I know, all bosll. YVell I guess I cLn tolcl Ltc
4 ROIIItICR?6cIS I-Ierman spelt I'ICI'll12Ll1llill1?,
LEVAN-"WVl1en we arrange thc elements in then 'tl1'l,llgCll1Cl1ti
DIFFERENT STAGES OF A FI UNRFR
DR. HIESTEIL--"If a man is starving, what LL lll llc pay f01 'L lo if of lJ1c'Ld9
MOYER, G. J.-"Five cents."
Dn. HERMAN--"Mix Klawans, if you sau L tl'1ll1 Qpecdinh mow tlu
football field, while watching a QRLIXIC, lion nould you LLLOUIIL fox tlns
KLMVANS-"lVlLy-I-er-I would Lllink Ll1 Lt fs lunny Doctoi
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To the aciveriisers ihai you see
We cleeply are inalebied,
For minus their help verily
We would have been in "a'elJiea'
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gr if e x Q A ll
M3 A it r
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,wider 1 '.
ban I l I
0lI:1Il0Ki.l: Q F U X NN
A ff' rl ll l
l 'ilu N l
l l Q l
l' N X
The Care-Free Air
comes in being clad so cor-
rectly that RTPIDCELIWLIICC is hc-
yoncl cnvil. You've noticed
how some men seein :L part
of their Slll'l'0lllIllillQS and
how others seein to have l':1l-
len in by mistake. The nn-
SXVCI' is in the clothes they
wear. Y0n'll feel at home in
il suit of
MOYER 81 LeROY
. SENER 8: SONS
""'IAND ...., .,......
Ofce and Yards :
N. W. Cor. Prince and James Streets
Twice Told Tales
Bear Another Telling
Telling you again and again about
the purity of our milk is a pleasant
It stimulates our desire to still
further improve our goods and our
If clarification, pasteurization, ster-
ilized bottles, sanitary caps and a
dozen other carefully guarded
processes make milk and cream any
better for you, then "PURlTY"
Brand is the only one to use.
Order today-by 'phone or stop
one of our wagons.
Lf 5. LANCASTER SANITARY MILK
Eulrzmfe, 22 Norih Cfll'l'Sf1'llll .Slreel
N. Queen and Frederick Streets
"Where Purlly Prcvailsu
tgllE21tltNlil.ll p litem ir. If
8-Klawans makes his debut.
14-Brindle takes his first cut.
15-Ben Davis buys a pack of cigarettes.
16-Coach buys a pack of "Scrap Iron."
18-Svenige Forstburg joins the W. C. T. U.
19-Roberts, Koorie, Eshbaeh. and IqiSSill,Q,'Cl' go out on a date
QQ-Brindle wears his rainbow sox.
Q5-Sophomorcs smash Urban's derby.
-Koorie seen with a "chicken " on North Queen Street.
2-Pansy lVIurray has an explosion.
6-Prien gets to a class on time.
-Al Neal goes to Columbia.
llrinkman comes to chemistry.
-Stumpf has a night out.
Siumpi' eats off mantle.
--Levau explains the meaning of ethical.
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Groff 5: Wolf's
'Fashion Park" Clothes
Embody Real College Spirit
And what is this thing that we call college spirit?
Can we express it in such terms as-extravagance-or
jubilance-or recklessness-or the-divvil-take-tomorrow?
Not any more-not any more!
The gray-haired alumnus Cand some without a trace of
snowj may tell you that "them was the days," but, behind
the smile of memory, there is another smile--and this is the
smile of satisfaction that the College Men of today are cleaner,
manlier and more progressive as a body than ever before-
and are in college STRICTLY ON BUSINESS.
For these kind of Young Men of pronounced progressive
make-up we carry a line of Fashion Park Clothes that can't
be bettered by a custom tailor in the city, much less by any
other made-up line.
You can go to any extreme in style you wish that "Fashion
Park" Clothes have to offer-and you will NEVER look
freakish. They are built up with an eye single to proportion,
good. taste and beauty of the whole.
Their system of measurements and averages is worked out
as carefully as those of a life insurance actuary. You must
have a difficult frame to baffle a " Fashion Park i' Suit.
They cost S20 to S30-to duplicate the same piece of goods,
same lining, same workmanship, at a custom tailor's, would
cost you S10 more, if a cent.
For men who can't afford to go this high, we have beyond
contradiction the greatest and most extensive line of S15
and S18 Suits in Lancaster-comparable, so agents frequently
tell us, only with the larger stores of Philadelphia and New
GROFF 5 WCLF CO.
26 30 North Queen Street Lancaster, Pa.
Lancastcfs Faslcsl Growing Store
illiazfiilril ziliiri u l
Student body goes to Swarthmore.
lVeiss Sl,2ll"lS lo ebew lobac-eo. Result, sickness.
Tabby C'll'lS a elass.
--Band makes ils appearanee.
8-Rodney takes a dog to the poliec station.
13-lQutlenberger C'lllS elasses and celebrates birthday in
H-Hayes swabs off his eelluloid eollar.
17-Sassamaa buys a pair ol' Newark shoes.
Q0-Holler misses a. meal.
9.4-'l'1ll'l'y wears a regular eoal.
Q5-Band appears in uniform CPD.
'30-lVeiss buys a Vielrola record fSilver Threads among the
1-Eberman fixes the ealendar.
3-Ateliley bays a pair of brown gailers.
9-Angle barns-onli the Goelbean l'urnaee.
10-Wiermaa wears a bat.
15-Koons solves 'lwo problems in eleetrieily.
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Midway Between BROAD ST. STATION and READING TERMINAL
ON FILBERT STREET
That's where all the boys go when in
Lancaslcr's Leading Pholoplay Thcalcr
With the Wonderful Showing Conti?z?1.c?Zs3li.fRZrn I2 Noon Unlil
Saturday Open at I0 A. M.
By these presents ye know, ' AT "
The best place to go N S
Xfhjlcg you live here Tlelowlg Lunch and
n or your Stomac s sa e Dining Rooms
Somethingwholesome to take,
Try the fine Buckwheat Cake LANCASTER, PA.
14-16 EAST CHESTNUT ST.
:f l f VN
QllIE'L1iM2f1NTiQKLl iiiiisru U. lf
December 16-Coaell gels a llair 0111.
December QQ-Reber sends Sterner a soup ladle.
We come baek to our labors joyfnlly.
Tausig wears a clean collar.
Truxal falls asleep in the llillll tub.
Zimmerman speaks above a whisper.
K 9 S 9
College fills ' Peanut lleaven ' at ' Princess Pat
llismarek eats perfumed oysters.
-Smitty bas bargain clay.
-Powers and lveiss miss a :lance at llrubaker's.
-Tliorbalm visits Chem. Lab.
--liuttenberger stays awake in psychology.
-Tuffy buys a new NV2lllCll-Cllillll.
-Dieky has a class.
1-l.oby recites in c-llemislry.
--Fritz misses a gym. dance.
March Q-Derr, lfisller, and Hartzell form a chemical syndic.L1L
March 7-Willauer returns Zellers's drawings.
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Bran i lt
' European Plan
Rooms 31.50 to 335.00
Every Room With Convenience
i Circulating lice Water
Our Fifty-Eighth Year
NVe are entering our fifty-eighth season
of business. "PERFECT SERVICE" is
still our watch-word in furnishing costumes
Our Academic Cap and Gown Department
gladly quotes rental or selling rates.
A request will bring you a copy of our
latest Costume Catalogue No. 58.
WAAS 81 SON, Philadelphia, Pa.
Delicious Soda Drinks
Delicious is the word-and well
founded by test. So rich, so pure,
so tasty, and so cleanly served, they
are surely delicious treats. 'l'here's
a true delight and a greater satisfac-
tion in drinking our soda-and a
greater safety because of true purity.
At Our Fountain
STANDARD DRUG COMPANY
Cor. Lemon and Charlotte Sts.
ijggniimiiii iiiiiii iiilj if
Composite of Popular Songs of 1915
When Old llill liaiilcy loads ihc Mundy Luc,
I czui't stop loving you in old Nzipolig
If you had my disposition and c-ould do the llulzi,-hulzi,
What 21 wonderful inothci' you'll hc.
When thc sun goes down in Joi-soy hy thc licuuliful svn,
Along the rocky road to Dublin just try to pictiirc nic:
Here comes Tootsie with Virpgiiiizi Lee,
I didn't misc my boy to hc ai soldier.
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N O V A N ' S
Always Q70l'1lff'lZ ou! as Nic
COLLEGE lVlAN'S STORE
A T'V1'lh Plenty Qf Snap, lmslz, and Swing
-N 32-38 East King Street Lancaster, Penna
W H if: R is '1' H it S I-I ow
is ALWAVS Goon
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QANDI5 S Q
121 Nourril QUEEN ST.
Polite Attention Best of Workmansnip
JOE A. GEGG
WZ Penn Square,
Massage a Specialty Lancaster, Pa.
The Rathfon Coal Yard
lf. F. WITIIIER, 1,7Ufll'1'L'fU?'
316 N. MARSHALL ST.
Central Office: 33 E. ORANGE S'l'.
NORTH ERN MARKET HOUSE
QU VVe handle every-
thing in the line of
F R UITS, and
in and out of season.
NO BRANCH HOUSES
'1'i4:r,if:PHoN14: Sifiavicic Dfw AND NIGHT
"The First Wealth Qewwce
Y' 5 '
is Health." 3 SPALUINBT3
"Home of 'Cip-'Cop Bread" EMERSON 'X MA 'D
1 GAA DAQ
.ref nt- Oli'
'I'o possess either you IllllSl work
, ,. .
lor Lliem. l'll'Sl. ZN'fllIll'0 llie ln-:illli
:incl Llie wenllli will route eaisier.
We lmve solvetl ilu' prolilom willl
our long yt-:mrs ol' l'Xp0l'il'Ill'0 in llie
:mllilelie line, liow lo niaikv exon-iso
A IN'l'llSil,l ol' our fllllillllglll' will
testify lo lliis. :mul f.flVt'1Y0ll ilu- tle-
sire lo get onl, in llie open :tml play.
'l'l1e filllillllglli' is yours for llie :isla-
ingr. ll, sllows pir-l,in'es :intl prim-s
of Llie many 1lif'l'erent, nrlic-les lll2l.ll-
nlaieiurerl by ns Lo nmke pliysienl
exereise xl. plezlsnre.
A. G. SPALDING 85 BROS.
1210 Chestnut Street Philadelphia, Pa
Fine Jewelry Repairing Old Cold and Silver our mono:
asonic an - or BOU li
'V' MW " TH J it Better Qlothes and Better
JOHN B. RO , f. .
Special Designs in Platinum and Cold Jewelry.
College and Fraternity Work.
48 NORTH PRINCE STREET
Cleaning, Pressing Ladies' Tailored Suits
and Repairing Pressed and Rcpziired
W. C. BROCK
452 LCIHOII SI. Lancaster, Pa.
At this good elotlies store
"High Art Clothing" is
speeizrlly feaituretl, for you
get all the style, the finest
'lYiLll0l'lll1Lf :incl elloiee l'zl,l1l'ir-s
tlmt, :my marker can protlm-0.
Then in llarls you get here
1,lle Seztsoifs Correr-i, lllovk,
for instance, SlfClS0llS-'ilillll
in Hzilmerdosliery you lizive
the ehoiee of 'Llie Newest mul
most Exclusive Selections.
8. Pi. Flyers A Company
12 East King Street
ff T x 7 7
Y Fm V k
gg 'X Bzvl X px 'Xf L
p ! -N
iw.: ' 1 f
Q' Q 1 X f -'X .
s K- V 1
- K K 2 5
'agzlllzizf 'gn 5 g
f ff f ff ,
IF YOU WANT
that have style and
rin Rman' is
and see their papers.
Q3-sz E. ORANGE ST1:,1c1c'1'
P. S.- lV6'-f5'tl7llt' jzicinres,
diplomas, etc., amz'j9'ame
Sim it Shisslcr
a nd Pi p e 5
52 North Queen Street
Are Efiicient Men
Tllvy inslim'lii'c-ly wt-n.r :L Rll'l'l'llIl,IlL
'l':l,ilm'ctl Suit, lu-r-tulsa llnuy fool :mtl
atppc-au' the mon they strc. Go to
J. ALBERT ZECHER
126 N. Duke St. Lancaster
l"oliMl-:RLY 'rm-1 Wrmi':N'Q Colliers!-1.
Hlamthlrtl AB. :md HS. c-mu'svs. Msn
Music, Arl, Exprcssimi :mtl 'llmm' lCt-u11o-
mics. Ac'c'l'm-clilt-tl l'Olll'S0 in l'c-zlatgtngy,
Svpauutlv l'l'4'p:mLLul'y with l'l'l'liiTi'1l,lL' ru-
lnlons. New lmiltliugs on el-5-zu-1'v sulmur-
bam sito. Our ownl g1l,l'll0l1 :mtl dairy.
Tvrnis 95350. I'rcp:u':tLm-y, 25300. .lozfilwii
Il. .'xl'l'ltl-I, l'n.D., l'l'c-siduxil', l"l'crlm'iulc, Md.
How about those
SOCIAL FUNCTIONS P
DONT woRRY..-1.EAvE THAT TO
128 NORTH QUEEN STREET
Sizzle lhe mnubef Qf guesls,
and we will supply Me
menu in all ils defai!
rlriiriiti miisrr AU 5 2
E. YV. Koons had correctly done his problem in Physics for the first time
in two years. He gently usked, "Doctor, muy I do :mother problem?"
Il' you don'1 know Koons, laugh anyhow.
Un. KLEIN--HlVll'. Weiss. what is an aqueduct?"
Wlclss, '17-"A sewer."
Du. l,IPPELL-isIICI'I' Weiss, stei ren sie 's Jiit'. "
Wmss, '17--"Spiiten, spot, gespottenf' i
fDippy's cuc to ravej
Some Juniors were studying for an English exam, and Stonesifer was re-
lating the events in the plot of "Romeo and Juliet."
STONESIFER-'HlVIQI'ClllLi0 :u1d"1'ybalt fight, and Mercutio is wounded in
XVEIHS-'-is You're wrong there, Stony, it was in the 1l.l'lll.n
DR. KLIGIN--4" Mr. Neil, who invented the spinning jenny?"
NEIL. '18-"A main nzuncd Jenny."
What is :rn zmu1,i,ory sniff? Ask "Dippy."
IDICKY fto Fl'CSlIllltIIlJ-HInd any oi' you ever hear of the museum?',
Glsn, '19--"It's down under the gl'2tllllS Lund somewhere."
"Gefutz" Pricn says he never commited suicide and is of'l'ering a reward
of 51-310.00 for informaition leading to the arrest and conviction of the culprit
who sent " lJicky" the following felegraun one day last February:
" Dem' Doctor: MV :ihsenr-e from class this morinff was due to m sudden
W.u.'rmn l"1mNKmN l,liIEN.H
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3 ' ' 3 QI Heating and Ventila- 3
3 ting Engineers. ill Contractors for Auto- gl matic Sprinklers and 3
Fire Extinguishers. QQ
H We f
Qlriiiiiirii rriiiiira U lf
lN'rnonue'rloN, iNI.fxlu'll 1, 1916
Aesthetics is 21, wonderful nrt,
In which the suhlimc takes ai pzirtg
The sublime of Beauty in :1 flower
The sublime ol' Poetry in an hour.
The quiz is tres ilnport.nnt, Q
l'n,x vohiseum if you cun't
Tell what you know
In at steady flow.
Aeslheties notes cannot he cashed
Neither can the clock he smashed.
The seats are very hard und slrziiglit,
God hless the fellow who eau he lute.
ll' one answers io your nzune,
l'nl him in the hull ol' l':nne:
Il' you're eznlled on don'i1 recite,
'Keep your bushel under an light.
BIARCII 8, 1916
e1lA1fAeTEIc AND POWVER
Clmraeter is not what it should he
For 'tis not formed urhitrzirily.
Sublime of Power is :1 fine thing
Like shooting 21 hird upon the wing:
lint. shooting is not us good as spreading.
Il' not in Allentown, try lleuclin,ej.
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All Individual Photographs
in this 'gOriflamme"
were made by
163 N. Queen Street Lancaster, Pa.
ESTABLISHED I872 EXCELLED BY NONE
E. A. Wright Bank Note Co.
Offices and Factory: Central Store:
BROAD and HUNTINGDON STREETS 1218 WALNUT STREET
Gllawa sinh Snrietg Hina, imlehalu
Commencement Invitations Leather Souvenirs Year Book Inserts
Dance Program Wedding Invitation Novelties
Menus Stationery Calling Cards
A Bank 3' Merit
You will iind our bank efiicient in all particulars
to handle your banking business.
Our vaults are burglar and fire proof.
Our directors and officers are reliable.
Our bank has a good record.
It is the bank for all classes---the home of
You cannot afford to overlook these points of merit.
Let us prove our merit by having your account.
FARMERS TRUST COMPANY
MOKE Golden Lion Cigars 9
S and enioy the fragrance of S
pure, rich tobalccos. EU High grade
pipes from the best makers in P
114 EAST KING STREET '
A The oldzsl tobarco .shop in the United Stale: Auto Delivery to
Parts of the City
ACME AD. Co. PHONE ORDERS
SIGNS - '
314 North Queen St.
22 North Queen St.
egleaaal elama '
Tunnv-"In England they formerly had a law that a man could not
marry his dead wife's sister and another law that a woman could not marry
her dead husband's brother. There was much agitation for the repeal of
Law Number 1, so it was repealed. Law Number Q still stands on thc
statute books, since there was no call for its repeal."
ICLANVANS, '18-"Well, what good did the repeal of Law Number 1 do?
A man could now marry his dead wife's sister, but she could not marry him."
PROF. IJIESTER-H What is the most objectionable kind of tax?"
Powlans Cdreamilyj--"Carpet tax in the parlor."
HOW T0 USE THE WATTS DE PEYSTER LIBRARY
1. When you enter the reading room of the Library, never remove your
hat until well past tl1c desk. People will think you have something on
Q. Always spend a little time before the philosophy reserve. You will
fool somebody badly.
3. Plan to accidentally fill your fountain pen at the desk-ink costs
4. Never return from the stacks with less than fifteen books, if you
wish to create an impression.
5. Never bother to ask at the desk if you may take a book out. You
will only waste your time and theirs.
6. Under no circumstances give up a book that some one else wants.
You would discourage self-restraint and encourage selfishness.
7. Always conceal a much-used book from the reserve shelf. You will
then know just where to look for it next time.
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Franklin an? Marshall Academy
LANCASTER, PA. -
College Preparatory School for Boys
Terms Moderate Illustrated Catalogue
T. G. I-IELM, A.M., E. M. HARTMAN, A.M., Principals
Northwestern Mutual Life Ins. Co.
Dividends paid i11 Year 1915 ........ 313,845,763.96
Assets january 1, 1916 .......... 3343,63l,1l0.05
LIFE ENDOWMENT AND INVESTMENT POLICIES
No company equals its dividends to policyholders or excels its security.
G. N. REYNOLDS, 124 East King Street GEO. K. REYNOLDS
Gen. Agent Lancaster, pa, Asst. Gen. Agent
The Lancaster Trust Company'
36-38 NORTH QUEEN STREET, LANCASTER, PA.
CAPITAL, 8250,000.00 SURPLUS, 3000,000.00
Solicits accounts of individuals, firms, and corporations.
Issues certificates of deposit, paying 4 per cent. interest for 12 months
and 8 per cent. per annum for 6 months.
Acts as Exeeutor, Administrator, Guardian, Trustee, Assignee. and Receiver.
Rents Safe Deposit and Storage Space in Burglar-Proof Vaults.
Wills receipted for and safely kept Free of Charge.
Assumes entire charge of Real Estate, which department is in charge
of a special officer, who gives it his undivided attention.
JOHN HERTZLER, President. C. S. MELLINGER, Asst. Treas.
H. W. HARTMAN, Vice-President. JOHN L. RUTH, Trust Ofllcer.
H. C. MILLER, Treasurer. I. H. SEITZ, Real Estate Officer.
JOHN A. NAUMAN, Solicitor.
J. HAY BROWN, J. T. BRENEMAN, H. W. HARTMAN,
G. B. LONG, JOIIN I-IERTZLER, J. Il. WEAVER.
JOHN B. MILLER, H. C. MILLER, JOIIN A. NAUMAN.
Big 3, COMIC
Comic: Aspect of things ridiculous
1. A little nonsense now and then
Is relished by the best of men.
It relieves the strain
Of a constant reign
Of terror and sadness
On the brain.
Big b, NATURE on' THE COMIC
It results from a sense of superiority
1. Unconsciousness is not comicg
It is a strain upon the stomic.
2. The distance from laughter to tears is small.
How I like the pretty pictures on the wall.
"Let us have faith that the right makes
might: and in that faith let us dare do
our duty as we understand itf'-Lincoln.
"With malice towards none, with charity
for all, with firmness in the right, as Cod
gives us to see the right."-Lincoln.
Boys, try and live up to the above
noble sayings. The fellow who does
will surely land on top. With best
wishes we are
Yours for success,
' l KEYSTONE REALTY COMPANY
GEORGE D. BRIENTNALL
Builder af Modern Homes D. Manager
ZO NORTH QUEEN STREET Both Phones Opp. Woolworth Building
Du. 181. A. BECKER
1 IE NTI ST
I YVICST URANCSIC ST. I l
H. F. HUBER
Beef, Veal and Pork Also Smoked Meats
317 North Pine Street
BOTH PHONES LANCASTE1iQ. PA.
APRIL 1, 1916.
'rum SUBLIMI-1 OF POETRY, Mon11-'mn BY 'rimoic uUMoa
Little barefoot boy,
lvith cheeks of tan,
Pushing up the hill
A heavy moving van.
On he moved and through
The Alpine village passed.
The wintry wind it blew
Like Hades' furnace blast.
On he pushed, but alas,
As he crossed a frozen pass,
An icicle fell
On its way to H--l.
On the moving van it dropped.
'T was so scared that it stopped.
Then the German army advanced
And the Allies' horses pranced.
The moving van exploded
As its dynamite it unloaded.
The Kaiser sobbed with joy
And praised the barefoot boy.
The Allies suffered heavy loss.
The boy received an Iron Cross.
The shades of night were falling fast.
The class all drank, both first and last,
Witch-hazel and gasoline,
Alcohol and kerosene,
Gin rickey gingerales,
Scotch beers, 10 feet tall.
Then they ended all
With a hot water highball.
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Leading Florists and Decorators
QLD. BARR"S ir.-".. 7
The Home gf Flowers
Where SERVICE and QUALITY Prevail - 'Nuf Said
B. F. BARR CQ, CO.
116 NORTH QUEEN ST
J. W. WIGGINS
F. 81 M. Grocer
Corner West Lemon and Nevin Streets
DR. L. K. KNIGHT
127 NORTH QUEEN STREET
Shaving and Hair Dressing
s. w. come. N. QUEEN and oRANeE srs
Q0pfrox1'!e Y. AL C. A. Buildingj
A. A. GUTFLEISCH, Prop.
Fine Furnishings for College Men
in all styles appropriate to
time and occasion.
106 NORTH QUEEN ST.
D.. WALTER MIESSE
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J. D. 1-IOCKING
401 W. Walnut Street
qlDealer in fancy
and staple gro-
ceries, fresh and
fruits, and vege-
terms and discounts
to Club and
JULIUS A. ROEHM
Clotlres tlrat Fit
EACH season I make clothes
a little better: each sea-
son my circle of friends grows
larger because l know how to
please the particular man.
When you need a suit or over
coat let me make it for you.
32 PENN SQUARE
I46 North Duke Street
B. B. MARTIN CO.
LUMBER and COAL
519 N. Charlotte St. Lancaster, Pa.
Installed by "Your Plumber"
means four things to you-
Q u ali t y
Give me the pleasure of
estimating on your work, or
better still, let me do it.
Modern Plumbing and Healing Co.
W. A. HUMPHREVILLE
U Your Plumber"
Ph M use w. 500 W. JAMES ST
JNO. O. CARTER, 1,lllidIDEN'1' JACOB lt. IIERHIIEY, VICE-PEEMIUENT
THE FULTON NATIONAL
OF LANCASTER, PA.
Loans and Investments .......... . flSl,554,425.02
U. S. Bonds, Premium. and 554 P'
Fund, ............,..,......,. 151,500.00
Banking: House and Vault ...... 09,000.00
Due from Banks ,..,..,, . . . . . 32.1Qr.Q3
Cash and Reserve .... . . . . . . 370,514.00
Total. ......,.. . . . rlS2,l00.2lili.7-1
Capital Stork Paid ln .......... .
Surplus Fund and Prollts .... .
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IRA H. BAKE, f1ANllIlGll
Du. Km-:1N-"IXIr.Garvey, name the llresidents from 1802 to the present."
GARVICY, '17-" Cleveland, Mc-Kinley, Buchanan, Roosevelt, and Wilson."
Dr. Ilernlan says that Crannning is God's own way of helping us to
forget thin gs.
Prof. Beck says that a dry cell is only relatively dry, i. e., as Coatesville.
,l,1t01". MULL, or FRANKLIN AND IXIARSIIALL COLLEGE, LANCASTER, PA.,
GIVES FAVOEAELE JUDGMENT
Dr. IVIeans, Dear Sir:-The third box of your I,aGrippe and Headache
Pills confirms the favorable opinion I had formed from previous use of them.
I find them very beneficial as a cure for headache and very agreeable in
their effect upon the nervous system. I shall make it a point to keep them
GEO. F. MULL.
hvA1TltESS?NlvIlil.t will you have for dessert, apple, peach, plum, or
LOBACII, '17-"Give me apple, peach, and plum pie.',
NVAITRESS-is What's the matter with tl1e mince pie?"
CFor the joke ask Dr. Applej
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Franklin 8: Marshall College
Third Oldest College in Pennsylvania Established 1787
Franklin and Nfarshall College offers complete
'Four year courses oi' study, leading to the degrees
of A.l5. and 13.8. Its educational policy rests
on a sound basis, and is developed in broad
sympathy with the needs of the present day.
The College offers unsurpassed facilities in its
thoroughly equipped laboratories, making full
provision for chemistry, assaying, geology in all
The course in Science is especially adapted for
students who desire to study medicine or enter
upon commercial chemistry.
Campus of fifty-two acres with complete
hlodern Science Building, Library, Observa-
Special care is given to the individual develop-
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For full particulars and catalogue. address
HENRY HARBAUGH APPLE, D.D., LL.D., President
GEORGE F. MULL, Litt.D., Secretary
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