Franklin and Marshall College - Oriflamme Yearbook (Lancaster, PA)
- Class of 1919
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Text from Pages 1 - 185 of the 1919 volume:
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OF NINETEEN HUNDRED AND
OF NINETEEN HUNDRED AND
THE JUNIOR CLASS
OF FRANKLIN AND MARSHALL
1 9 I 8
Rrnfessur EI. aaehin Schaeffer
A SCI-IOLAR AND A MAN --WE RESPECTFULLY
DEDICATE THIS VOLUME
O the patrons and alumni of Franklin and Marshall
College, to the men in the service, who deserve a
far higher tribute than this, to our professors and
instructors, schoolmates and friends who have helped to make
possible this bookg and to the chance reader, who may seek
a moment's pastime herein, we extend our greetings.
WITH misgivings we send ourfrugal little volume into
the world, hoping against hope that you may find some good
therein, and trusting that you will look with tolerance upon
our work, which, though it is our best, is none too good.
THE happiest of our happy moments we have tried to
present to you. The follies and foibles -- and the more serious
side as well, though veiled in levity--of our schoolmates and
companions we have tried to portray in all good faith, yet,
when all is said and done, it is only the feeble attempt of a
novice to make vivid scenes and incidents which would puzzle
even a master hand.
AN D so into the world to-day, black with war and blood-
shed, comes this snow-white little volume--a harbinger, we
hope, of better days to come. And to your tender mercies,
reader, we entrust it, begging that, though you may find fault,
you will not judge too harshly.
8 THE 1919 URIFLAMME
Franklin College 1787 Marshall College 1806
Franklin and Marshall College 1853
Officers and Committees of the Board of Trustees
Pmvidezzi ......................... B. F. FACKENTIIAL, JR., SC. D.
Vim-Pwsidmts 'Q C. SCHA1zFF15R, D. D., LL. D.
Q ............ E. H. RENINlllfR, ESQ.
Sccrcmry ........... .. .....
A. C. KEPLER ......
JOHN A. NAUMAN ....
Board of Trustees
Elected by the Board
XSAAC H. NV1-:AVER .........
CHARLES G. BAKER, ESQ.. . . .
JAMES S1I.xNn .... ......
C1r.xRL12S .l", NIILLIER .......
I. W. B. BAUSMAN, ESQ.. . ,.
VV11.1.m:x1 H. I IAGER . . . . .................... . . . . . .
Nl1L'I'0N F. RARINGICR ........,............................
Elected by the Eastern Synod
E1m'.xRn H. IQINGINGER .......,.........................
Rlav. S. C. SEITZ, D. D..
HARRY J. SHLNK ....,..... .
Col.. IlARRY C. CFREXLER. . ..
S. R. ZIMMERMAN, ESQ. ...... .
'N1I.L1M1 NIQVIN APPEL, ESQ. ....... .
L. S. VRLIL ............................
REV. N. C. SCIIAEFFER, D. D., LL. D. .... .
.GEORGE If. MULL, A. M., LITT. D.
CHARLES A. SAUIHER.
. . . .LZIUCZISICIZ
. . . .Lzmc:1stc1',
. . . Lancaster,
. . . .Lancaster
.. . .Lancaster
. .. .l-ill1C1lSfCl'
. . . .Lancastexx
. . . .LzmcnStcr,
... . .NVyncotc
. . .Allentown
, . .Allentown
. ., ..Leb:1uon
. . ..'XllCIltOWll
. . . .Lzmczlstcr
. . . .Lancaster
. . .Pottstown
. . . .Lancaster
SAMUEL P. lilElLMAN, M. D.. ........ .. ..... Lebanon
JUDGE GIQQRGE ICUNKELJ LL. D. ..,..... .... I 'I:u'risburg.
B. F, FACKENTIIAI., JR., SC. D .... . .... Riegclsvillc.
A. H. ROTHIQRMLI., ESQ. .................................. ..... R ending,
Elected by the Synod of the Potoxnac
XVILLIAM. I. Z.xCIIAR1AS, ESQ. .................................. Chambersburg,
J. WV. XlVE'I'ZliI., ESQ. .... .
REV, A, S. W1a1315R, D, D
GEORGE D. Roms, ........
ROBER'F L. MOTTER ...............
Rav. CH.xRL1zS W. LIQVAN,
D. D. .... .
. . . . . .A1toona,
. . .Alexandria
FRANKLIN AND MARSHALL COLLEGE 9
Elected by the Pittsburgh Synod
WM. R. BARNHARD ....................................
IJREDERICK W. BIESECKER,
I-ioN. JOHN M. JAHISON.
W, E. Rl5N1NGER,
NVILLIAAL N. APPEL,
Finance and Endowment
F. W. BHQSECKER,
C. F. MILLER,
. . . .Gi-eensburg, Pu
. . . . Somerset, Pu
. . . .Gx'censburg', Pu
COL, IH. C. TRENLER,
I. H . WEAVER.
J. W. B. BAUSMAN, JAMES SHAND,
GEO. D. ROBB,
C. G. BAKER,
.l'l0N. N. C. SCHAEFFER,
M. F. BARINGER,
A. S. XKVEBER,
JOHN M. JAMISON,
XV. H. l'lAGER,
WILLIAM N. APPEL,
F. W. BIESECKER,
J. W. B, BAUSMAN,
HON. GEORGE KUNIQEL,
J. W. VVETZEL.
Instruction and Degrees
C. W. LEVAN,
A. H. ROTHERAIEL.
IION. GEOROE liUNKEL,
JOHN A. NAUAIAN,
COL. H. C. TIQEXLISIC,
Grounds and Buildings
S. P. llli1LMAN,
C. F. lVIILLER,
S. R. ZIMMERMAN,
WVILLIAA1 N. APPEL,
C. F. MH.LER,
HON. N. C. SCHAEFFER,
GEORGE D. Rona,
A. H. ROTHERMEL,
A. 1-I. ROTHERMEL,
I'lON. N. C. SC1-1A1cF1flzR,
I. H. WVEAVER,
W. R. BARNHART,
. JOHN M. JAMISON, C. W. LEVAN. .
WV. J. ZACHARIAS, VV. R. BARNHART, E. S. FRETZ,
ll0BERT L. M
C. G. BrXlClfR,
A. C. l.iliI'LliR,
M. F. BAR1NOER,
S. R. Z1MA1ERMAN,
C. G. BAKER,
OTTER, l I. J. SHENK.
J. W. B. BAUSMAN,
W. H. HAGER,
S. R. ZIMMERMAN,
Laboratory and Museum
S. P. I-lE1LMAN,
R. L. NIOTTIQRI,
W. J. ZACHARIAS.
Gymnasium and Athletics
E. S. FRETZ,
W. H. HIAGER,
H. J. SHENN.
F. C. SEITZ,
A. S. XIVEBER,
F. C. SEITZ,
J. W. WETZEL,
A. C. ZKEPLER,
JOHN A. NAUMAN,
FRANKLIN AND MARSHALL COLLEGE 11
l-lnxnv l'I.xlo:.xUc.:11 gXl'l'l.lC, A. M., D. D., LL. D.,
President of the College: Upon the George F. Bear Foundation. Ethics.
Histlleties, Philosophy of History,-
44I College Ave.
Ilatflfnlesox Ii. liialzsitmcit, l'11. D.,
Professor of li2lti'IClllZltlCS and Physics.
445 XV. Chestnut St.
tnaonon FU1.x1121t Mum., A. M.. I.l'l"l', D.,
Professor of the Latin Language antl Literature,
' 431 XV. James St.
:7:RIt'll.XRllCtJNR.XI1Sl'llll2l7'I', A. M.. fl'11. D.. SC. D.,
The ll. F. l"ackenthal, Jr., Professorship of Natural Science tlliology and
1043 Wrheatlanrl Ave.
.-Xxslamt YINITI' fl I11f:s'1'1cn, A. M., SC. D.,
Professor of Political and Social Science.
320 Race Ave.
L'l..xn1cNc'1f: X1-:vm .ll1c1.1.1in, A. M..
Professor of the Greek Language and Literature,
230 Lancaster Ave.
HI-Ililllili'l' l'lu1:1cN1-11: iiliCK, .-X. C.,
Professor of CilCllllStl'j' and Mineralogy,
' Lititz, Pa.
ii Tlloxrxs G. .Xl-1-1.12, A. M.,
Professor of Matlientaties and .xStl'Ol'lUlllj', '
237 Lancaster Ave.
Il. M. I. KLEIN, ,l,'11. D..
:Xuclenried Professor of History and Arelizeology,
548 XV. James St.
Hliecl Ifeb1'11a1'y 6th, IQIS.
12 THE 1919 ORIFLAMME
VIC'1'Oll WVILLIAII DIIIPILLL, P1-I. D.,
Professor of Modern Languages,
IOIIN N1svIN SC1'IAE1?FlER, B. L1'r'r., Ox
Professor of Classics,
HOWARD BRISTOL GROSII, JR., A. M.,
Professor of the English Language a
VVILLIAM EDWIN NVIQISGIIRBIIR, PI'I. M
Chemistry and German,
CHARLES EDWIN KIEYERS, A. M.,
Professor of English and German,
ROBIIRI' E. I-Lmcis, M. A., PII. D.,
Instructor in Biological Department,
PHINIQAS WV. WVHITING, M. S., PH. D.
Instructor in Biological Department,
:3:AR'1'I-IUR SLAYMAIUIII I-IIIRMAN, PI-I. B
Professor of Physical Education,
RQADELINE J. SCIIIIIDT,
'flu the cOuntry's service.
563 W. Walnut St
25 South NV. End Ave
351 W. Walnut St
333 Nevin St
University of Penn
University of Penn
Chi Phi Fraternity
FRANKLTN AND MARSHALL- COLLEGE 13
Officers and Committees of the Faculty
I'IlQXRY ll.x1u:.xUrs1-1 A1'1'l.1c,, A. N., D. D., LI.. D.
GEORGE FULMIQN Mum., A. M., lJl'l"1'. D.
.ANSI-ILM XJVINIYI' l'lVlliS'l'lER, A. M., SC. D.
Plaorlassoks N ULL, .'Xl'l'l-li AND KLEIN.
On Registration and Electives
PRUFIQSSURS 'lfl'lus'r1a1:, Scurxzm' AND NULL.
Plaovlzssoks l.il3C.li, M Um, AND DIl.'l'lif.I,.
On Non-Athletic Organizations
Pum-'lesson SL'lllliD'I', .l'llliS'I'liR, lll2l-l.liRv, .X1'I'l,l5,, KLIQIN
914 T1-1E 1919 GRIFLAMME
College Calendari p
Senior lixannnations ...............,........ ,... - Xpril 17-20
,lxllI1lVCl'S2ll'j' of Gtetliean Literary Society .... ...April 12
:'11miversary of Diagnothian Literary Soeety. .. ..... X pril I4
Senior Vacation Begins ..................... .... . Xpril 20
junior Oratorical Contest at S P. ll.. .. .... May 4
Baccalaureate Sunday ................... ...May 5
Aclvisory Council of Alumni at 2 P. Rl .... .... A flay 6
l"l'ZltCl'l'IlIy anrl Class Reunions ........... .... K lay 7
l.iterary Society Reunions at lO A. M. ............. .... B 'lay 7
Meeting of tl1e Alumni Association, at ll :30 A. M. .... .... N lay 7
Meeting of the Board of 'l'rustees at 2 P. Nl. ......... .... R lay 7
Meeting of the Phi Beta Kappa l:l'ZltCl'lllQ' at 7 P. Rl.. .. .... Hay 6
Phi Beta Kappa Oration at 8 P. M. ................. . .... May 6
P1'esiclent's Reception at 9:30 P. M. .................. .... K lay 4
.liighty-second Annual Conimcncement at 9:30 A. M.. .. .... May S
Alumni l.lll'lCl'lC0l1 at 12:30 P. M. ................... .... 1 'lay S
Senior Prom ..................... .... X lay 7
Class Banquet ....................... .. . ...May 8
Summer Vacation of 'lll1ll't60ll Weeks.
lixaminations for Entrance ......... .... S eptember Q-IO
Registration ..................... .... S eptember ll
"Make-up" Examinations ........... .... S eptember Il
First Semester Begins at IO A. M. ...September I2
Tllanksgiving Day Recess ................ .... N ov. S-Dec. 2
Christmas Vacation Begins at 12:30 P. M. ....... Dec. 20
l'Make-up" l2XZll1llllZlllOl'lS .................... ...January 6
College Exercises Begin at 8:10 A. Rl. ...... January 7
Semester lixzuninations ................. .... I anuary 23-29
Second Semester Begins .......... ..... 1 Tebruary 3
xVZlSl1ll1glOl'l'S Birthday-llolimlay .... February 22
llaster Recess ....................... . . .April 17-21
Eighty-tliirtl Annual Commenceinent .. .... June II
"'On account of war conditions the calendar
Semester, commencing Feb.. TQIS.
will he moclilied for the Second
FRANKLIN AND MARSH.-XLL COLLTCGE 15
XYz1l1-who-wzlhl lYal1-who-wzxlll IV. and M. Xcvoniu!
XY:1l1-wlm-wall! YYz1l1-who-wzxh! I". :md Xl. Xcvonia!
XYz1l1-wlmo-wzlh! XY2lll-Wllil-Wlllll lf. :mel KI. Xcvonia!
Stzlllclzml llluc :md XYl1itc.
Du. H. lol. .Xl-vm: .... .......... .... l ' rvsia'rnf.
DR. lj. lf. Mum. ..... .... .S 'm'rvta1'y.
l'm1lf, C. N. llI'II.l.lCR . . . ....... . . .'l'rva.mrcr.
Du. .Y Y. ll11f:s'1'1e1e ...... .... .S lC'lIf01' Hass.
l'Rolf. C. N. l'l1cl.I.l-11: ..... ...... J IH1l'0l' Clclss.
llilllf. DI. X. Sc11.x1':1-'1fl4:1:. . . .... Saplmnzorc C'Iu.vs.
lm. ii. .l-lL'I.l- ...... ......... .... I V rcwlzmun Class.
Nllss Xl. -I. SCIIIICIYI' .... ............. . . .... L1'lJl'lU'I'l1ll,
St. Stephen's Church
ll. I I. .'Xl'l'lLIi, D. IJ., Ll-. D. ....... ... .. . . .1'u.vtar.
Xmllulz S. l-ll':lm.xN .................... .. .Dirm'f0r.
Board of Governors
IDN. Y. XY. lJll'l'lil.l., J. .-X. XAYUMAN,
S. R. ZmMlilu1.xNv, 17. Ii. lf.xUs'1', '19,
l'1:u1f..l. N. Sn'll.xl-11-wflcla, bl. R. STINIQ, '18,
S. Y. llus'l'l-:1m.xN, .-X. R. CILIQSSNIQR, '18
R. X. Kl.lcm1x11auz, 'IS .... ................ ............ I ' rvsidvzzt
I. R. lloN.xxl.xN, I8 ....
. . . . .Sf'l'l'!'flllil'-Tl'f'tl.YIll'C'I'
16 A THE
H. I. M.xRs11.xLL, '19 .... ......... .... C a ptain.
C. S. H1LD1anR.xND', '19, . . ......... . . .Manager
A. G. NEILL., '18. .. ........... ........... 1 Wanager
M, A. SMITH. 'IQ .... . . .Assistant Manager.
T. B. GARVLY, '17 .... ............ .......... C a ptain.
J. R. STINH, '18. . . ......... .... 1 Manager.
R. R. ELDER, '18. .. ...... .... 1 Manager.
R. J. RUFF, '18 . . . . . ........... .. .Manager
Green Room Club
E. G. GRlElEN.XXVAl.'1'4, '18 ..................... .... P resident.
C. XV. l'IULLA, '18 ........ ................ .... 1 1 fmmlgef-.
Glee and Mandolin Clubs
R. A. LIVINGSTON, '18 ..... ............... .... P r esrident.
R. R. El.1m11, '18 ..... ............. 1 Wanager.
C. W. HUl.l,V, '18 .... . ...... Glee Club Leader.
R. JE'l"l'E, '18 .... .................. M cmdolin Club Leader.
T.. C. LIGI:ITN13R., '18. .. ............... ..... I iditor-in-Chief.
C. I. Rams, '18 ...... ........... .... B 1 nsiness Manager.
M. A. SMITH., 'IQ ..... ...... . .. ..... Editor-in-Chief.
H. I. MARS1-I.XI.L4, 'IQ ............................. Business Manager.
Goethean Literary Society
-I. I. H0F1fM1xN, '18, . . ......... '. . . ....... ........ P l'L'S'l:dC7'lf.
E., G. ICLINE, '20 ..... .... I f'iee-President.
H. A. RUCIII-IIEI'l', '20 .... ..... S ecretary.
P. L. SM1'r11, '20 ..... ...Treasurer
FRANKLIN AND MARSHALL COLLEGE 17
D. E. FAUST, ,IQ ..
R. F. BREYER, ,zo ....
J. E. PIIILLIPPI, ,2O .
VV. XV. XVEAVER, 'I8. ..
R. F. MIQHL, ,IQ .....
I. A. E. ZIMMERMAN,
R. -T15'r'1'E, '18 ......
PAUL M. LIMmau'1'. . .
GROVER C. Ylmclzlz. ..
PAUL F. IQEEFER ......
Rolmm' E. P. YODIEII. ..
ALISRIQD G. NEILL ....
Diagnothian Literary Society
Porter Scientific Society
Y. M. C. A.
PIICNRY I. MARSHALL .........................
JOSEPH R. STINIQ ....
Romcwr F. FORSTUISRG ....
LINX C. LIGILTNER ....
IRA F. ITTONAMAN ....
. . . . Secretary.
. . .Tf'c'asm'cr.
. . . .Presideut.
. . . Secretary.
. . .Treasm'cr.
. . . . . . .Presidefnh
. . . . . Secretary.
. . . Treasurer.
. . . .P1'c.s'idc'1zt.
. . .Secrcfary.
. . . .P-rcsidcvzt.
. . . Secretary.
. . .Treas'1u'c1'.
18 THE 1919 QRIFLANIME
The Senior Class
Blue and Gray. Labor Omnia Vincit
Aristotle! XVater Hottlc! Sun Yat Sen!
1918! lf. and M.
Gay-Laussac! Applejack! K. C. N.!
1918! F.. and M.
Prcszdenf ........ .....
Secretary. . , . .
H ixtorian ....
. . . .PAUL Nl. LIMBIZRT
. . . . . .l!:R1C R. JE'l"l'E
, . . .IRA F. H0N,xM.xN
H. CLAY ll3UR1c11or.n1z1x
. . . . . .Rolzlcmf IQUPPIN
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FRANKLIN AND MARSHALL COLLEGE 19
l'l1cNuY CLAY BURKHOLIJICR ......................................... Lancaster, Pa.
Marshall Club: Gtetheau: Chaplain, G. L. S. C3lQ Class 'l'reasurer CU: Glee
Club Aceompanist 145: Prepared ,Franklin and Marshall Academy: A. B.
Ioux Al.llliR'l' l5L7'l'LIiR ..............................................
QK2: Chairman Pin Committee CIJ: Class Basket Ball Clj, Czj, C3J, CU:
Captain Class Basket Ball Czbg Class Base Ball CID: Poster Committee CU,
Cej 3 'Varsity Basket Ball C.tl: Prepared Lancaster Iligh School: B. A. Course.
Ci1.uu.rcs l:RlillliRlCK lJll.l.liR .........................,............... Lancaster, Pa,
Chess Club: Prepared Lancaster Ilighg A, B. Course.
Lixxms DoN1ak ............................................ Lancaster, Pa., R. D. 4.
A X A: Diagnothian: Class 'l'reasurer C3: XVinner of Junior-Sophomore l-lensel
Critical lissay Prize CJD: Student Senate t4l: Prepared at West Lampeter
lligh School: A. B, Course.
lloiilcm' R.xLfc:u limuak ...................................... South Brownsville. Pa.
QKE: Porter Seientilie Society: Assistant 'l'rack Mgr. C311 Assistant Mana-
!-ICI' C5166 illld Mllllilvlill Cllllb C32 3 Manager Glee and Mandolin Club C47 : Biolo-
gist Foot Ball Team 437: Class Foot .Ball C135 Green Room Club l3lg Pre-
pared at South Brownsville High School: B. A. Course.
XV1l.Lls S'roNlcu list-nc1.MAN ................................ Lancaster, Pa., R. D. .2.
Marshall Club: lintered Senior, Prepared at Millersville State Normal School:
A, B. Course.
Diwm Iv.xN Guaiii ................................................. Columbia, Pa.
Paradise Club: College Baud CQJ, C3D: Chemist Foot Ball Team Cjjl Junior
Banquet Committee C3Q g Prepared at Columbia Iligh School: A. B. Course.
AI.lllER'l' RALPH Gucssxick .................................. Slianksville. Pa.. R. D. 1
Paradise Club: Gmethean: Class Banquet Committee CID: Glee Club Cel. C3l.
CU: lntereollegiate Debating Team C3D: Prepared at Franklin and Marshall
Academy: A. B. Course,
Extr:ksoN Gui' G1uc1aN.xu'.xI.'r ........................................ Lancaster, Pa.
Class Secretary Cijg Green Room Club CU, CD, C333 Vice-President Green
Room Club C3J: President-elect Green Room Club C452 Student-Weekly Staff
CZJ. CSD. CU: Student Senate C3D, C4J: President Student Senate tresigneclb
C4J: Prepared at Franklin and Marshall Academyg A. B. Course.
20 THE 1919 ORIFLAMME
Glaoata-: RC5lllCR'l'S l'lli'l'RlCli ...... ............. ..,................. . . .Birdsboro, Pa.
QKEQ Diagnothian: Class Leader C151 Class Base Ball CI51 'Varsity Base
Ball C251 Assistant Foot Ball Manager C352 Foot 13,l11.M,m,,ger C251 Assistflllt
Business Manager of Student-Weekly C351 Biologist Foot Ball Team C351
Secretary G. L. S.: Prepared at lfraulcliu and ltlarshall Academy: B. S. Course.
A. Jmncs lavm l-lo1flfM.xN .............,.............................. Halifax, Pa.
Marshall Club: Goethean: Secretary G. L. S. C351 President G. L. S. C451
Student Senate C45 1 Porter Scientilic Society C45.
IRA li1t.xN1cl.lN l'loN.xM.xN ..,...............,....,.... ............. I .ancaster, Pa.
lfranlclin Club: Gostlhean: 'l'reasurer G. L. S. C351 President G. L. S. C353
Chess Club: Secretary Senior Class C351 Class Day Presentation Committeeg
Treasurer lnter-Organization Council C451 Secretary-'l'reasurer Student Senate
C451 Prepared at Lancaster High Schoolg B. S. Course.
l-ltrolft lloovicu ...,..................................... ...Lancastetg Pa.
Prepared at Lancaster High School: A. B. Course,
CHA1u.lss XVlast.iiv Hum. .......................................... Millersville. Pa.
cp K 2: Green Room Club C351 Glee Club C351 Leader Glee Club C451 Chair-
man Class Banquet Committee C351 Captain Class Basket Ball Team C453 Pre-
pared at Millersville High School and l5'lillersville State Normal SCllO0lI A. B.
Iiiuc R.XNllC5l.l'II jic'r'ric ....... , ................................... ...Lancaster. Pa.
KIDKE1 Porter Seientihc Society C25. C351 C451 Treasurer Porter Scientific
Society C45 1 Assistant Chemical Laboratory C35, C45 1 Banquet Committee C35 3
Seeretary-'l'reasurer of Student Senate CResigned5 C45: Prepared at Lancaster
Night School: B, S. Course.
Datos Ravxtoxn lililibllili ............................ ............. N lyerstown, Pa.
Marshall Club: Gretheang Secretary G. L. S, C155 Class Historian C251 Ori-
tlamme Staff C351 Board of Governors C451 Prepared at Bethel lligh School
and Kutztown State Normal School: A, B. Course.
CLAUIHQ C.xt.vlx IQISSINCIIER ..................,...................... Shamokin, Pa.
Franklin Club: Goetheanz Vice-President G. L. S. C351 Glce Club Aecompanist
C351 College Orchestra :Xccompanist C355 Student Senate C451 Honor Court
C451 Class Banquet Committee C451 Prepared at Shamokin lligh 'Schoolg
A. B. Course.
Rolamp Nll'lil5l..XLiS lil.mtxllca ............................... ...New Holland, Pa.
Class Secretary C255 Porter Scientific Society C451 President Student Senate
C455 Prepared at Franklin and Marshall Academy: A. B. Course.
FRANKUN AND MARSHALL COLLEGE 21
'l'HEoDoRIz NIILLI-IR LIQINISACI-I ......................................... Reading, Pa.
QK2: Gwthean: Board of Control 113: Class Foot Ball 113, 123: Class
Base Ball 1I3: Second Prize Gogthean Freshman Oratorieal Contest 1l3: Vice-
President G. L. S. 123 : President G. L. S. 133 3 Scrub Foot Ball 123, 133, 143 :
Assistant Basket Ball Manager 133: ,Varsity 'l'ennis 113, 1.23: Tennis Captain
133: Class Historian 133: Glee and Mandolin Clubs 1I3, 123, 133, 143: Stu-
dent Senate 143: Basket Ball Manager 143: Leader Mandolin Club 143: Pre-
pared at Reading High School: A. B. Course.
LINN CICSSNA LIc:II'rNIcu ................................ . .......... Marysville, Pa.
AXA: Gcethean: Class Foot Ball 113: Picture Committee 123: Associate
News liditor of Student-Weekly 123: News Editor Student-NVeekly 133:
Editor-in-Chiet' Student-NVeekly 143: liditor-in-Chief of Orillamme 133: Sec-
retary lnter-Organization Council 143: Prepared at Marysville High School:
A. B. Course.
l.lliNRY S'rIxNI.IsY Rleklclvl' ......................................... Sellersville, Pa.
QEK: Gtethean: Class ,Foot Ball 1l3, 123: Scrub Foot Ball 113, 1.23, 1-33,
Class Vice-President 123: Manager Class Basket Ball Team 133: Secretary-
Treasurer Chess Club 123 : Prepared at Sellersville High School: A. B. Course.
Russia. Jaeous RUFIP ............,......,........................ New Oxford, Pa.
AXA: Gu:tl1ean: Building CoIIIIIIittee 113, 133: Assistant Tennis Manager
133 : lntcr-Organization Council 143 : Prepared at Franklin and Marshall Acad-
emy: A. B, Course.
PAUL NlOYliR 1.InIIIaIz'r ..............,............................. Rebersburg, Pa.
Marshall Club: Gtethean: Chaplain G. L. S. 113 : Secretary G, L. S. 113: Presi-
dent G. L. S. 133: Merecrsburg Club :Y. M. C. A. Cabinet 123, 133: Y. M. C.
A. President 1433 Class Track 113, 123: 'Varsity Track 123: Scrub Basket
Ball 143: Class Basket Ball 143: Winner G. L. S. Sophomore Oratorical Con-
test: First Orator G. L. S. Anniversary 133: Inter-Collegiate Debating Team
test: Frst Orator G. L. S. Anniversary 133: lnter-Collegiate Debating 'FCIIII1
133 : Class Historian 113 : Class Poet 133 : Glee Club 123, 143 : Class President
143: Inter-Organization Council 143: Mantle Oration 133, 143: Gtethean
Orator G. L. S. Anniversary 1439 Chairman lnter-Organization Dance Com-
mittee 143: Prepared at Mercersburg Academy: A, B. Course.
RICHARD ALVIN Ln'INI:s'I'oN ................ , .....,............. .. . .Laneaster, Pa.
QK2: Goethcan: Glee and Mandolin Clubs 1l3. 1.13, 133, 143: Junior Hop
Committee: Soccer Team 1I3, 123, 133: Assistant Tennis Manager 133: As-
sistant Cheer Leader 133: Cheer Leader 143: Prepared at Franklin and Mar-
shall Aeademy: B. S. Course.
22 THE 1919 ORTFLAMME
VVALTER James MoUN'rz ............................................. Reading, Pa.
QE K: Class President C153 Porter Scientilic Societyg 'Varsity Basket Ball
C15, C353 Class Basket Ball CI5, C25, C353 Captain C353 Class Base Ball C153
Class Foot Ball CI5, C255 Captain Chemist Foot Ball Team C351 Prepared at
Franklin and Marshall Academy: B. S. Course. '
ALFRIQH Glmcs Nlclu. .....,......................................... Elkins, W. Va.
:DK xI13 Porter Scientilic Society3 Class Banquet Committee C253 Scrub Foot
Ball C351 Class Vice-President C353 Student Senate C452 lnter-Organization
Council C45: Scrub Foot Ball C452 Basket l-Rall Manager C453 Prepared at
Kiskimentas Academy: B. S. Course.
llIcNlzY KULP Omcu ............... .............. ............... E l izabethtown, Pa.
Prepared at Elizabethtown College. Millersville State Normal School and
University of Pennsylvania of Pennsylvania: A. B, Courscj
CARL JOHN Ricics ............................ ' .................... Millersville, Pa.
Paradise Club: Diagnothian: Oritlamme Stal? C353 lntcr-Collegiate Debating
Team C35: College Band C35, C452 College Orchestra C355 Manager Student-
Weckly C45: Reader Glee Club C452 Prepared at Millersville State Normal
Schoolg A. B. Course.
Romckr RUPPIN ....................................................... Akron, Pa.
Franklin Club3 Gnctheang First Sergt. Military Co. A3 Alternate Inter-Col-
legiate Debating Teamg Entered JLll'IlOl'Q Prepared at Akron High School and
Pennsylvana Military Academyg A. B. Course.
Illmux' Bucmau Scmuvrzu ..................................... Mechanicsburg, Pa.
Paradise Club: Glee Club CI5, C453 Class Vice-President C153 Class Basket
Ball CI53 Scrub Basket Ball C253 Class Track C153 Assistant Foot Ball Man-
ager C353 Manager Class Athletics C453 Chairman Senior Dance Committee
C453 Student Senate C453 Prepared at Mechanicsburg High Sehoolg A. B.
ARTH cu DliA'l'RlCK Smnrn. . ............................. . . . . . . . .Woodstock, Va.
A X A: Dignothian: Chaplain D. L. S. C25: Treasurer ,Y, M. C. A. C353 Stu-
dent Volunteers3 Fence Oration C453 Prepared at Massachusetts Academy:
A B. Course.
Ioslslfu Ralflmlcl. S'r1N1c ...................................... ..Elizabethtown, Pa.
Xcbz Assistant lflase Ball Manager C353 Base Ball Manager C453 Scrub Foot
Ball C15, C253 Class Foot Ball C253 Student Senate C45: Senior Dance Com-
mittee C-l5I Managing Editor Student-Weekly C45: Board of Governors C45:
President lnter-Organization Council C453 Prepared at Franklin and Marshall
Academy: A. B. Course.
FRANKLIN AND MARSHALL COLLEGE .23
XA'1i.L1A1i'1 VVILEY Wmvlcu .......................................... Lancaster, Pa.
Diagnothiang Prepared at George Scihool and .Flillliilill and Marshall Academyg
A. B. Course. '
JACOB :Dl'lI'lART VVicN'1'z1c1. ................................... Stony Creek Mills, Pa.
A X Ag Gtethean: Prepared at Schuylkill Seminaryg A. ll, Course.
1fAY STANLEY WITMIQR ................................................ Malta, Pa.
Marshall Clubg Cane Committee C4Qj Preparetl at Dalmatia High Schoolg
A. B. Course.
Rox' Gkolflf WITMIQR .................,............................. Lancaster, Pa.
AXA: Cieetheang Chaplain Ci. L S. Cay: Cijitie G. L. S. CSQQ Vice-President
G. L. S. C355 Class Banquet Committee i353 Class Poet C232 Prepared at
Lancaster lligh Schoolg A. B Course.
A. liRNs1' ZIMMERMAN ............................................. Lancaster, Pa.
Porter Scientihc Society C2l, 132. C49 g Secretary Porter Scientific Society C435
Social Committee Porter Scientific Society Czj, C431 Prepared at Lancaster
Evening High Schoolg lfntered Special.
2-l THE 1919 ORIFLAMME
gl li anxious, eager-eyed youths, awaiting impatiently your feast
ii ,,S,,'3' of Oritiamme literature, list unto 11'ly tale of woe!
pig? "In the fall of the year 1914 two dire calamities fell
. upon the world. One took the form of a great war, in-
stigated by .Kaiser Willie, the other came in the shape of a
sudden swarm of lusty, evil-intentioned beings, commonly known as
Freshmen, rushing hither and yon in their wild search for knowledge
and trouble. On, on they come, to the tune of "All Hail, the Conquer-
ing Heroes Come!" The very foundations of the college were shaken
by this terrible noise. ln a battle royal these fresh, unusually fresh Fresh-
men vanquished the Sophomore aristocracy, drove them Hying from the
Held and took upon themselves the rule of the institution. For four years
has their regime been in powcrg for four years has the college been well
and wisely governed. This long period of peace has been interrupted
only once. ln the year 1915 QX. D. there was a revolt of a group of
ultra-Freshmen, styling themselves the Class of 1919. The insurrection,
not meeting with popular support, was promptly and efficiently quashed,
and the Class of 1918 ruled 11'lO1'C securely and more gloriously than ever.
In the year IQI7 the ranks of the class were broken and thinned to one-
half their former nu1nbe1', but still the class reigns on. During this
memorable period, which is now drawing to a close, many and the most
important offices have been held by their representatives. Never has any
party been in such complete control, and never have the aifairs of the
college been so well administered. The class has been omnipresent in its
activity and all the leaders have come from its ranks. And now, toward
the end of this glorious reign, it labors night and day so to improve
conditions that the college may be well governed even by those lesser
worthics into whose hands the reins of government must passfit
So says history and "history never lies."i We, the class of IQI8,
tlixtract from "A Historical Resume of the Activities of the Class of I9IS.i,
Ollicial documents, Vol. XXIII., pp. 96-100.
'l'Dr. H. M. 1. Klein.
FRANKLlN AND MARSHALL CGLLEGE Z5
knowing that our college days are almost over, look back with just pride
to the record just quoted and forward to the dictum of "Well done, good
and faithful servants," which cannot but be bestowed upon us.
llut to lay aside all levity, it is with a feeling of regret that we
anticipate the closing of our college careers. Our old associations will
soon be only memories and the fellows with whom we have labored side
by side will no longer be our colleagues. Our classmates enlisted in the
service of humanity, have already felt the pangs of parting, which we
soon must feel. Our greetings to them and God-speed in conquering the
enemy of mankind
A feeling of sadness oppresses us when we anticipate the sundering
of the ties which have bound us to our college, its faculty, our colleagues
and to one another. As a class we partake of the gloom of the poet
when he says:
"Yet a few days and Thee,
The all-beholding sun shall see no more
In all this course."
llut this feeling is relieved when we think that the spirit of the Class
of IQIS will always live, and we look forward to some future time when
we may once again meet in a grand reunion, when those of our Fighting
brothers who have survived may join with us in talking of old times in
the old spirit of fellowship.
And now, members of the faculty and of the student body, we, in
our last ofhcial utterance, with our fondest hopes for the future develop-
ment of Franklin and Marshall, with a fond love for our Alma Mater, and
with our highest regards and affections for yourselves, bid you farewell!
VA L li !
THE 1919 ORIFLAM ME
Facta non verba
The world was full of lllgll-1Jl'CtCl1Clillg' words
Four years ago:
It seemed as if man's long'-lost l'aradise-
Four years ago-
Iflad been restored to bless with endless peace
The centuries' How.
Then crashed a shot through our heaven of stacked-up cards
Each pretty word,
A whitened sepulchre, showed forth its dead.
The blithesome bird
Of Song and Smiles fell fluttering' in the crash
Of hopes absurd.
And now the stage is set for valorous deeds
To build anew ,
The fallen shrines of faith and hope and love.
Let words be few,
But let all men who speak by deeds
Speak loud and true!
They call us juniors, Seniors,-empty words!
This day NYC.l'C one:
The self-same purpose binds us all,-
To sweep the Hun
'From OH the earth. Oh, comrades, tire not till
The task is done!
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Brown and VVhite. Facta non Verba
Treasurer . .
H istorian. . .
Chick! Zah! Zah! Ki! lie! Boom-er-ang!
Bing! Hang! Iloom! XVal1! Hooray! 1919!
.RICILXRD WATSON BOMBERGER
.. . . . . . .JUIIN L1zRoY SCIIULER
. . . . . . . .GEORGE FRY LEE
. . . . . .ARRAM Pla'1'1QRs FR,xN'rz
. . . . . . .CARL NlULFORD TAUSIG
.. .XVILLIAM DEHART VVENTZM.
28 THE 1919 ORIFLAMME
ONE a1'e the days of pristine verdaney, gone are the days of
1 Sophomore frivolitv: the time now arrives wl1en tl1e sterner
side of life is the more essential, and Xvltll tl1e vigor so
, - . r 1 I .
characteristic of the class of 1919 we have assumed the
more 1nanly bearing and 111ore serious view of thought for
which our country's crisis seen1s to call. life are no longer students alone,
we are men, and like men have we answered to the call of duty and
shown, not alone in the ranks of democracy at the front, but in the
classroom as well, the spirit of the age.
It was a beautiful September 1'l10I'l1 in the year 1915 that the Class
of ,IQ was given birth on the college campus. The phrase, "Strangers
in a strange land," might well explain the cause of our defeat in the
annual tie-up, which was held only a few days after our registration.
Yet we g'ave our antagonists a merry battle, and Illillly were tl1e physical
reminders of tl1e fray which they carried away with them. llroader ex-
perience and brute strength again had telling effect in the football game
with our would-be instructors soon after, and although defeated by a
surprisingly low score, we were tl1e moral victors in the bout. Such
reverses served only to stimulate the spirit of Olll' class, a11d we came
back with a vengeance. carrying olf the championship 011 the inter-class
basket ball tourney, going through tl1e entire series without defeat and
establishing a record for ourselves.
At tl1e opening of our second year we found some familiar faces
missing. X'Ve had by now settled ClOWll and were beginning to form col-
legiate habits, as we were to set an example wl1ich the in-coming Fresh-
man Class were to follow. Naturally they could by 110 means maintain
our standard, though they tried hard to imitate. Uur second collegiate
year was more or less uneventful, owing to the state of war, and with
fine nobility did our choicest 1ne11 respond to the call to arms. Twenty
lion-hearted brothers of the Class 'of 1919 are now in the service of their
country, a11d one and all are 1naki11g excellent records for themselves and
for their class.
At the opening of this present year we found our numbers greatly
di1ni11isl1ed, but with characteristic "never-say-die" spirit, we organized
FRANKLIN AND MARSHALL COLLEGE Z9
again. Surrounded by seemingly insurmountable difficulties, the future
looked black indeed. The question arose, "Shall we uphold tradition and
publish an tlriflamme, or shall we let it go by default P" To a man the
staunch ranks of the Class of 1919 responded, "Yes" From a band of
green, inexperienced youths, which entered college two years ago, has
arisen a class of men, scholastically and socially on a par witll any class
before. Every man in the class is a scholar, and brilliant at that. Athletic-
ally, we have made a name for ourselves, and few are the contests on
gridiron, track or gym which did not own as their hero a 1919 man. The
Junior hop, dainty, yet almost boisterous with pure enjoyment, was by far
the most successful in the history of the college, and the commitee proved
themselves worthy of their "steal.":if
XVe have made a name for ourselves, and finally, when the Class of
1919 shall niatriculate into the school of life, we may tritely ask. and that
without ewotism what better class has ever gone forth from Franklin
and Marshall? XYe have set a standard. can it be maintained?
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Green and XVhite.
llip! Rah! llas! Rah!
,l loom ! Ring! Rang!
1920! Iii!!! lloom! Hung!
Prfsidclzt .... ... .. . ..
lvilfl?-Pl'C'.S'l'l1lC"lIf . . .
Trc'asurm'... . . . . .
H isforian ....
Pom' ....... ..... . .. ..
Nrrrli.-Un account of the illness of Mr, Downes. M1
W1Ll.1.xM S. RUIQDISR
'XRTIIUR D. tilmlzlflf
...HENRY lf. A'lX'lERS
. . . !.'.xUl. I". Zllscsmalz
.vlmmcs MQ. Dmvmis
..Mx'r.l1:s W. :XI.I!R!llII'l'
. Zicglcr actor! :ls !1islo1'i:1n
32 THE 1919 ORIFLAMME
Sophomore Class Roll
B'lYLliS VVICSLEY ALRRlc:n'1'. ..
NIILES NORMAN BAIR ........
REUIIIEN Hussain BARNI-lAR'l'. ..
EARL VICTQJIQ BOHN .........
BYRON iXl.lEXANIllili BRANU. ..
RALPH FREOERICIQ BREYER. ..
PAUL NVERNER BRUSSMAN ....
CLARENCE l-IOEMAN l3RUnARER...
I'l0WARD AI.l.liN BUCI'llllEl'I'. ..
.AXRTHUR CHARLES CALM . ..
EDWIN RUSSELL lJANNl'IR. . .
JAMES l2uwARn DOWNES .... .
ASHTON xVAl,'l'lCR ECKl.L,7Nll ....
JOHN IXIJFRICIJ .ICCRMAN .......
JAMES l:ARRl'2l.l. GARVEY..
IXRTHUR IJUNIKJRE GRAEEE. ..
DAV111 XfVIl.l..XRll HARR .... .
LLOYD CARl.'l'0N I-IERSHEY..
I-JONALIJ RIOORE l'lliAlllNGS....
jONA'r11.xN BIER'I'0l.Ii'l' l'lll.l.lCGAS
NVILLIAM H liRUliR'1' l IOEFMAN.
PAUL lfklilll-ZRICIQ Iqlililflili ......
JAMES ALIEXANIIICR KELLER ....
R101-IARO H ENRY lfI.l'IlN. . . .
IEARL Glilil-IART IQLINIC .....
,HOWARD IXLBI-IR'l' KOSMAN. ..
jon N GROVE K L' n N s .,....
ABRAM LEFEVRE .............
IVHENJAMIN BI-Illll.l'IR LEINRACI-1.
LEWIS RICHMHNIW LUTZ ........
PAUL C.XMl'lilCI.l. AlCCLliMliNT. ..
'VVILLIAM CLIFEORU BlARllURGliR
:HENRY FRANCIS Nl.YliRS, JR...
GEORGE SHERER Noss .........
JOHN EI.l.SWOR'I'I'I PllIl.l.Il'l'I..
JOHN RANCIC ..............
PAUL RAN' ..... , ......
ROBERT LIEIBLI-IY :RHEN ......
THOMAS XVILLIAM RHOADS. . .
VJILLIAM SA MUEL ROIEIJICIK. . .
. . . . .l.zLncz1ste1',
. . .Mt. Pleasant,
. . .Lz1ncz1ster,
. . .Lzmczzstcxy
. . . .Bil.ltlll10l'C,
. , .Womelsclo1'f.
. . .Mount Joy,
.. . . . . ..Lzu1czLster.
Stony Creek Mills,
. . . . . .Lzu1c:1stcr,
.. . .CO:ltcsvillC.
. . .StraslJ1.1rg,
. . .Lxmcasten-,
. . .ROlJesOni:l,
... . .Scllersvillt-,
. . . . Penn Station,
.. .Red Hill,
. . . . . .Sunbu1'y.
. . .L2lllC!lStCl',
. . . .-Ioncstown,
. . .C2lt2l.SIll.lCll.lZl,
....Cley, Pa., R. D. l.
. . . . .Glen Rock,
. . . .L:ltrObc,
.. . .lJcnve1',
. . . . .L:n1c:1stcr,
...Lititz, Pa., R. O.
. , . .LclJz1non.
. . .Rc:1n1stown,
. . . .Glen Rock,
COLLEGE A 33
.ROBERT BARTIEL RUllX'. . . . . .
PAUL ALF1u-:D ScH,xFFN1a1:. ..
JOHN Commn Scmxnn ....
jmnas WALTIQR SCHUTTIQ...
ELVIN HAUPT Sun!-'Fs'r.x1.1.. ..
,PERRY LEON SMITH .......
S:nNlav SIIULTZ SMITH. ..
NATHAN NVr:r.Li:R S1'uoU1'...
ANDREW GEHR 'l'uuxAI. .....
Vs'1Li.iAM DIEHART WEN'rz+:i.. . .
ENOS Env Wmsnan ...........
W,u.I.Acl2 Bowm.xN NVmzwoon. ..
AQUILLAS. LEVAN ZIQCHMAN...
PAUL FRANCIS Z1 lcrzuan .....
. . . .I.zmc:1stcr, Pu.
. . . .Omngevillm Pu.
. . .Johnst0wn, Pu.
. . . L2l.l'IC2l!-1t6l', Pa.
Kunklctown, Pal., R. D. l
. . . . .lilizabetly Pu.
. . . . . . . . .Gl'C6l'ISblll'g', Pu.
Stony Creek Mills,
.T.zn1c:1ster, Pu., R. D, 6.
. . . . .Sunnncytowm Pu.
...Sinking Spring. Pu.
. . . . . .COilll1'IlJiZl, Pu.
3-l THE 1919 ORIFLAMME
S railroad trains irolled into the old historic station of Lan-
lfgklxkff caster around Sept. 20, lQI6, bright and intelligent looking
V individuals carrying suit cases and the like might have been
E' seen dismounting and hustling over to the corner for a
College Avenue car. Tl1is was the first step in the assem-
bling of the greatest class that ever entered li. and M... the Class of 1920.
L'nlike the proverbial Freshman we had neither rattles nor horns, and
were far from green. XYe teemed with ambition and enthusiasm, en-
thusiasm that would have made "Doug" Fairbanks look like a piker. Wie
had known no masters and resolved to know none.
l11 due time an organization was eifected, and we got a chance to let
loose some of our long pent-up energy in the tie-up. The result of this
scrap is history. XYe simply "knocked 'em cold," and crutches and canes
were extremely popular for several weeks thereafter. Then came poster
night. Here again our stock rose tremendously when, despite the efforts
of the Lancaster police force andthe Sophomore class, we got our
posters up, and the telegraph poles for miles looked as if they were on
parade. So it went. Our basket ball team beat the best veteran organi-
zations which our rival classes could place on the Hoor, and we easily
walked away with the honor place with no defeats.
Our men were active everywhere. Yarsity football, varsity basket-
ball, soccer, Green Room Club, Glee Club, all came in for a share of
the excellent material which 1920 offered, and our Freshman year ended
in the same blaze of glory in which it had begun.
ln the fall of 1917, when we again came back, quite a few of our
number were missing'. XYar was already beginning to demand its toll
from 1920. And where could it get better men? Although we feel their
loss keenly, we are justly proud of all"our men in the SCl'ViCC of their
country. These vacancies made little difference with us. The "old pep"
was there and that counted a lot. i
Wie had no sooner arrived than we noticed and were somewhat
annoyed .by a strange looking lot of individuals, who had every appear-
ance of just having escaped from their nurse. They couldn't be assigned
FRANKLIN AND MARSHALL CGLLEGE 35
to any particular nationality, but looked like a cross between a prune and
a Chinaman. After a few days they got exceedingly active, which re-
sulted in several feeling the soft side of a railroad tie wielded by our
powerful muscles, gained doing farm work the previous April and May.
After being in school a few weeks they made a ludicrous attempt to put
up their posters and failed miserably. ily outnumbering us three to one
and after eighteen minutes of strenuous work these tai-lless "ones" man-
aged to win the tic-up. Naturally they now thought they owned the col-
lege. Accordingly they turned their attention to chasing "baby vampires"
around the Colonial. This indiscreet action resulted in several eating
their meals off of the mantelpiece for a few days.
Our activities along all lilies this year have been as great. if not
greater, than our Freshman year. A big snowstorm prevented us from
walloping the Freshman in foot ball, so we had to be content to wait
until the basket ball game, which we won handily, 29 to 25. This was
accomplished in spite of the fact that the .Freshmen boasted of three
varsity players. The end of the inter-class series again found us on the
top of the list. XVe again placed men on all the college organizations.
The varsity foot ball and basket ball teams were particularly strength-
ened by our men. In short, 1920 leads them all.
XVe have every reason to think that our leadership and prosperity
will continue and voice itself in a better F. and lll., to which end we
have dedicated our efforts. Our beloved friend, Dr. "Dickey" Schiedt.
used to say, "Let your own light shine." This we have done in all things,
and may our work successfully pass the censorship of public opinion.
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FRANKLIN AND MARSHALL COLLEGE
I 'ice'-Prc.v1'df'11I .....
Navy :mtl Stool.
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.38 THE 1919 ORTFLAMME
HARRIS CLINTON ARNOLII ........
III-ZNRY ISRAEL fXUl.ENlIACl-I, JR...
SAMUEL AUGUSTUS BASEHORE. ..
CHARLES FRANIfIs BAUER .... .
.RLMER CHARLES BINKI-ILE. ..
JOI-IN IQEINERT BORNEAIAN ....
ADAM ROYER BRENEAIAN. . .
GEORGE BROWN, 213 ............
PAUL BERNARII BUCliWAl.'1'liR ....
W'EIIILER ESHLEAIAN HURKHOLIIIER
X-VILLIAM EIJWARII BUSIIONG, JR..
CI-IARLES JOSEPH CARROLL, JR.. ..
I-IIIN H EI.LER CRAWN ........
JOHN N1AYER DECH.'XNT ........ .
PAUL CLAYTON XVORST DEHAVEN...
DUBOIs Dll.l.PIR .................
JUHN I-IOWARII 1isIIENsIIAIII-1...
HAROLD PHARES FETTER .....
PAUL CHARLES GASI' .....
YVILLIAAI I-IAIIY GROEE. ..
HAROLD LEON GROFE ..........
NATI-IANII-:I. ELLAIARER HAIII-:R...
NEVIN COWOER HARNER ..... .
DAVIII PAUL HARNISH...
GUY EIIIIAR HAR'rAIAN....
CARLTON PRICE H ERSH EY. ..
RALIIH AAIIYAY l'IER'l'ZI.ER ....
ERNEST IWORGAN HIESIER ....
CHARLES EVANS HOSTER ......
VVILBUR LAURIN HUTCHISON...
BURT ISZENNETH JONEs ......
W'ILLIAAI ROLI.IN IQHIZN .....
CERAYSON NIRIRR INZEFAUYIAIR. ..
.LXRTHUR BILGICR LANIIIS...
HAROLII IDAVIII LANTZ ..... .
XVILLIAM FLE'rI'II ICR LU'rz .....
,IOIIN TIIOAIAS RICGOVI-IRNV, JR.. ..
EARL GI-:OROE JONAS MEST. . ..
IEROAIE NIARTIN RIILLER ....
HARRY I.l5FliVliR MOWRI-QR. . .
.. . .l-IIIIcrIsteI', Pa
BlCCl'l2llliCSbl'lI'g, PII.. R. D. 5
.....SlZltil'lgl0I1, PII., R. D. 2
. . . .LIIIIcIIstcr, PII., R. D. 3
.........3lOlll1t Joy, PII
...I-3IIrevillc, PII., R. D, I
. . . . . . .PlIcn1Iixville, PII
....Mt. CI'2lXVf0l'd. VII
...... Hanover, PII
. . .SIIlisbuI'y. PII
. . . .LIIIIcIIs1cr, PII
.. . . .RcIIIIIstowII, PII
...Lititz, PII., R. D, 3
. . .SOmeI'set, PII
. . . .L:IncIIster, PII
. . ..L1lllCZlStCT, PII
. . .Keedysville, Md
. . . .LIIncIIster, PII
. . .OrwigsbIIrg. PII
. . .W'ellsbOrO, PII
. . . .L1lI1C1lSfCl', PII
. . . .LIIIIcIIstcI', PII
. ..HIIz1etOII, PII
. . . .L2ll1CZlStCl', PII
. . . . .ClIristiIIIIII, PII
. . . PlImIIixville, PII
. . . .LIIIIcIIsteI', PII
...Glen Rock, PII
.. . .LIIIIcIIste1'. PII
.. . . . . . . . . . . EphrIItII. PII
...LIIIIcIIstcI', PII.. R. D. 4
FRANKLIN AND MARSHALL COLLEGE 39
IIARRY NIULLEN, Jn. .......... ...Cl1risti:mu. Pu
S'ruAR'r El.l.sw01:TH NIURPHY .... ....... Y 'ork. Pa
JOHN I-l1sN1w Mussm ........ ..... I -1lll'llJCICl', Pa
JXLIXIN Lllil.I.lliR NICVIN... .... Philudclplmizl. P11
I-.lnvmun jU1.1Us Rlcrc .... ,........ X 'ork, Pa
PIQAIJQR ROSSMAN .............. ...Spring Mills, P11
HENRY 1X'1ClilZNTY R0'rHERx1lz1.... ..... Redding. Pa
PAUL Clmwlfomm SCHEIRIQR ..... ...joncstowm Pu
I.1iRox' Go11sHA1.1. Scnuclc.. ...Suurlertom Pa
JOHN PAUL S1il.s.u1 ....... .... I Izurrisburg, Pa
.IQHN HENRY Snfxv... .... Lancaster, Pa
JOHN DUNLA1' Slulmzs... .... l.:mcz1stcr, Pu
Iiuvoon CHMu.1as SMITH. . . . . .Lzmczwten-, Pu
NEVIN J1cNN1N1:s SMITH. .. ...Johnstown, Pa
lifuu, Iimzxs Smum. .......... ..... S l11llllfOxl,P2l
.'xkl.YlN Pfwluau S'rAL7FF1iR, -In .... . . . l Ialgerstoxvuli Pu
josrzvn IIHNRY S'r1zxN ....... ...Wilkes-Ban-rc, Pu
RUSSEL1. W'l1.1.1.xx1 UIQICII .... ...... 1 leading, Pa
I-loUs'ruN IExucRs0N W'r:,xx'laR .... .... L zmcastcr. Pa
IDANIEI. VVISSLER Wnmzu... .... Mountvillc, P11
hm FREMIAN Yomzk ...... ...Alle11town. Pu.
40 THE 1919 ORIFLARIME
Freshman Class History
1f,,,v,, IS with no little trepidation that I take my pen in hand in
X W the avowedly hopeless task of chronicling the brilliant
f er n s'
X , 1 I . . . . .
Qyl . L25 I achievements of the Llass of IOZI. l'or what IS there in the
J endless category of accomplishments to which we have not
attained? .-Xnd yet I, a mere mortal, with the feeble means
at my disposal, with a limited vocabulary of several hundred thousand
words, presume to set down for the benefit of posterity a summary of the
exploits of our class in this, its Iireshman year. llut. however vain and
futile it may be, this is my sole aim and purpose.
And now, gentle reader, g'ive ear to a few, a very few, modest asser-
tions relative to our glorious history. In the tirst week of our existence
as a class the Sophomores took it upon themselves to prescribe certain
rules for our guidance. Kind of them, was it not? llut in our mag-
nanimity we have forgiven them for that. .Xnd yet you may say did
we not wear our Ifreshmen caps and perform other outward signs of sub-
mission? True, gentle reader. llut our motive, one common to civilized
man, was a sense of pity for those not so abundantly blessed as ourselves
and a subsequent endeavor to humor them as far as possible without in-
curring hardships upon ourselves.
.Xnd this leads me to an important event in our history, the class
scrap. 'llllCl'C is really nothing to tell about it. Of course, we won with
the score of 32-2. The Sophomores had a round-trip ticket. 'l'heir
course was a brief one. 'l'hey came in at their side and went out at ours.
In fifteen minutes, like .-Xlexander the Great, we were wishing for more
worlds to conquer. llo you ask where were the Sophomorcs?
"They 'had folded their tents like the Arabs.
And as silently stolen away.
The lield and the triumph were ours.
.Xnd now I am forced to admit that the Sophomores "have one over
on us." They can truthfully say that we did not beat them in the inter-
class football game. .lust a word of explanation lest a wrong impression
be left in the reader's mind. lfrom their place of retreat the Sopho-
mores beheld with sorrowful eyes the mighty strength of our football
FRANKLIN AND MARSHALL COLLEGE 41
team, its mnnber of varsity and scrub men. Soon the wires connecting
heaven and earth began to hum with doleful messages. lfr-om their seat
on high Olympus the gods moved by compassion for our opponents,
espoused their cause and interfered in their behalf. Thus it happened
that on the appointed day the air was rent with hexangular crystals of
frozen aqueous vapor, precipitated in profusion from the realms above.
ln other words, it snowed. This circumstance precluded all possibilities
of a game. and hence the ambiguous statement of the Sophomores.
llut the greatest of our exploits has yet been untouched. The in-
cidents of our history are arranged in perfect climactic order. The most
brilliant remains to be related. Not so long ago the welcome news was
transmitted to our venerable body that the Sophs were planning to hold
their annual jubilee on such and such a night. Silently were our plans
laid and swiftly were they executed. livents followed in rapid succession.
The Sophomore president accepted the kind invitation of a few of our
gallant .Freshmen to take an automobile ride out into the country-the
garden spot of the United States. Who would not have felt honored at
being favored thus? There under the watchful care of his hosts he was
treated to a delightful supper and pleasantly entertained. About eight
o'clock the happy party returned. Thence having been dressed in the
latest fashion be declaimed in the central part -of the city to a large and
appreciative audience on the glories of-the Freshmen. Wle sincerely
regret that his presence was missed at the banquet. We should, perhaps,
have had 'more forethought in selecting the time for entertaining our
lint this brings our history up to the present. The year has been
one of development and triumph. ln every department of under-graduate
activity we have played a prominent part. ln every phase of student life
we have remained loyal to our Alma Mater. We are strengthened by a
glorious past: we are invigorated by an active present: we are encouraged
hy a hopeful future. Time alone will reveal our potential power.
42 THE 1919 ORIFLAMME
CIIARLIQS .-XuuUsTUs .fXBlEl.lC..
H0141-: BAM: ...............
Vxcrou JOHN BAl.U'l'A .......... .
CuA1'm.1.lc VAl.r:N'rrN:c lSlNlc:.1cv..
0T'ro JOSl'Il'H B1T'rNm: .........
CHARLIQS limvmun BuR.xs'1'oN. . .
RAY ITIQHR Bomm ......... .
Rolnelvr PAUL Bklccl-rr ......
W'H.l.1AA1 PENN HmN'ruN...
jm'1N NVILLIAM Hmmx ...... .
W1l.1,lAM 'l'Hox1As Buuxlmlclc...
,IUHN CI'1RlS'l'IAN Hucrncu. ..
SAMUIQI. SMITJ-1 Clurvr .......
Iilrwmen SAMLHQI. CRos1.ANn. . . ..
Wrrxuau Dklslfl-laklm 1jlFFliNIi.Xl'lllI. ..
FRANK Mc1LAuum.1N Fo1:s'r1xL'Nc:.
T1umAs Bll.l.no'rH GARVI-:Y ..... .
GIEURG!-I l'lvzNuv GRACE ........
L'1,AUma BUl.1.lck l'lraNn1cusuN ....
R11:Ac:AN ls.xAc llncl-1 .........
Glfokmc xV.'XSl'llNG'l'0N JA AIISUN. . .
Aman -IUHN .KLINIC ...........
Jul-IN VlNClCN'F 1iOlII.ll.X.XS ....
I.-IAVIII PAUL IfRlil'l'IiR ...... .
FHA1u.las SAM1-50N l.ANms. . ..
Glaoluna STI-:wAR'r McIi1N1.1cv...
Gsoumc ZACHAIU.-xs AIINNICII...
BYRON Iim:AR N1cum.suN ....
joHN Cosrslmflf Pmc'1"rvA1.xN...
VlC'flJIi ANHIQI. RA Mlluaz. . ..
Griolcma llvass Rumn-is. ..
CnA1u.1f:s EllWARll Rmm. ..
CARL AIUIFORII 'I'Ausm. ..
IRVIN CRrcsuN 'l'mmAs. ..
C'HAlu.1f:s Juslcvu Tull-:R ........
IIDWARII BENJAMIN NV1cAvl-inc...
MAH1.oN NV1f:Nc:lak VVICIXER .... .
IJREIJICRICK V4KSHlNlllili XVORK. ..
. . . lilizzlbctlnowmm, Pu
...ML Carmel. Pu
. . .Ol'XVig'SIJlll'g. Pa
. . . .C0lu111biz1, Pa
. . .VVCst Reading, Pu
. . . . .L:u1c:1stex', Pal
. . .L1ll1CZlStCl', Pu
. . .Lzmcuster, Pu
. . . .Lchzmom Pu
. . . Columbia, P11
. . . . . .Lititz. Pu
.... . ..L:u1cz1stcr, Pu
...Memli:1, Pu., R. D. .2
.. . . . .Lzmcuster, Pu
...l5i11gl1mnto11, N. Y
... . . AIIIXIOXVII, P11
...Glen Rock, P11
. . .Lzmczlstcxz Pu
...North Bl'2lfld0Ck, Pu
. . .LIIIICIISICIX Pu
. . .LZXIICZISICIQ Pa
......... . . Ncffsvillc, Pu
Mcyersdalc, Pu., R. D. I
Sam German. Porto Rico
. . . . . . . H oward, Pa
...l-:1ncz1ste1', R. D. 1
..'I'rcnton, N. I
. . . lillllliltll. Pu., R. D. 4
FRANKLIN AND MARSHALL COLLEGE
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FRANKLTN AND MARSHALL COLLEGE 47
Founded at Princeton L'niversity, 1824.
Colors Fraternity Organ
Scarlet and Blue. Chalklett.
Alpha . ......... .... L 'niversity of Virginia ........................ 1859
Beta . .... Massachusetts Institute of Technology.. .....l8Ql
Gzunma . . .... Emory College ..................... 1869
Delta . .. .... Rutgers College .............. 1867
lipsilon . . .... Hampden Sidney College ....... 1867
Zeta . .... Franklin and Marshall College 1854
lata . .. .... University of Georgia ........... 1868
Theta . .. .... Rensselaer Polytechnic lnstitute 1878
Iota . .... University of Ohio .............. 1883
Lamhcla . .... University of California ......... 1875
Mu . .... .... S tevens Institute of Technology 1883
Nu . .. .... University of Texas .........,.. 1892
Xi . ...... .... C ornell University ............ 1868
Omicron . .. .... Yale University 1877
Rho . ...... .... L afayette College .... 1874
Phi . .. .... Amherst College .... 1873
Chi . .. .... Dartmouth College ......... 190.2
Psi . .... .... l .ehigh University ............ IS72
Omega . .. .... Georgia School of Technology IQO4
Alpha-Chi .... Ohio WVesleyan University .... 1911
Sigma . .. .... University of Illinois ..... 1912
Kappa . .. .... University of Wisconsin lQl6
Aleph . .. .... Baltimore . ..... ISSO
Beth . .... New York City .. 1881
Gimel . .. .... Louisville . 1883
He . .... ...,. A tlanta . ..... 1882
Daleth . .. .... Philadelphia . .. 1883
Van . .... XVashington . .. 1883
Tl-I 13 1919 OR! FL.-X M M li
Chi Phi Zeta Chapter, 1854
jus:-:ml lluxlev llumzs, XYll.l.l.XAl l.1-:.ul.xx,
CALVIN M. Duxmx, .'XlIliL'S'I'llS Jnlras Covlan,
jonx :XL'l.'l', jlcm-:m.xH Muuox Mxcuucx'
:xl.FRl'IIJ lilcxbmxxlx Scmx'.xN'rz, XYl1.l.l.xxl SIIICARICR S'1'1aNmf1c.
Fratres in Urbe
Ilux. ,-Xxlaux ll, I'l.xssl.14:u, l1l4:'r.x, 'I'm-:mnuua II. .Xl-mal.. M. ll..
Gnovlc l.oCx-nik, I". S. S'rL',xu'1',J1:., Psi,
C. Riel-:sr-: Ii.xnx', lisgg., J. l':llXY.XRll UlltllPIil.I.,
Ia. R, Annu,
llowmn J. l.l7XYlCI.I., lisgg..
Ronlf:R'l' I. lixux Ns,
GIQORHIQ M. lluuvlcu, M. D
jxmis IQICNU l.m'1H-ik,
Cncolual-1 5. I'R.XNIil.lN, PN,
Il0R.Xl'I-I C. lxlxzl-zu, M. U.,
M.xu'rlN S. l'l.xm',
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J. 1Rl'.ll. Slukl-.Ix,
lJux.xl.n M. MYLIN,
K. Dlavux jon xsux,
IC. lf. MYLIN,
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I'I1f:Nl:x' XX. IlleL7l:.xl4l-Ile,
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FRANKLIN AND MARSH.-XLL CGLLEGE ' 49
Fratrea in F acultate
.-XRT1-1U1z S. l-I1s1m.xN,
Fratres in Academia
Joslsvu R.x1fH,x1c1. STINE,
Joux CQNRAU Sc111111J.
JOHN DUNLA11 SK1L1:s, I l'lA11o1.n D.wm LANTZ,
NVILBER LAURIN Hurcmxsux, HMQR1' EL1.swoR'rH MULLEN, JR.,
. N1sv1N J1sNN1N1:s S111T11.
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ER.-XNIQLIN ANI? MARSHALL COLLEGE
Phi Kappa Slgma
Ifountlecl at L'niversity of Pennsylvania, ISSO.
Colors Fraternity Organ
Black and Old Golcl. The Phi Kappa Sigma News l.etter.
.Xlpha , .. .... L'niversity of lJCllllSj'll'1lIllZl ........ .... I S50
Delta . .. .... lVashington and ,lellersnn College .. .... IS54
Iipsilon . . .... Dickinson College ................ .... I 854
Zeta . . .... Iiranklin and Marshall College .. .... IS54
Eta . .. .... L'nix'ersity of Virginia ........ .... I S55
Iota , . .... Columbia University .. .... 1858
Mu . .. .... Tulane University .... .... I 858
Rho , ,. .... L'niversity of Illinois .... .... I 89.2
'I'au . .... .... I ianclolph-Macon College .... IS7:
Epsilon . . .... Northwestern L'niversity .... IS7:
Phi . .... .... I Richmond College ......... .... I S73
Psi . ......... .... I Jennsylvania State College ...... .... I 890
Alplla-Alpha . .... lYZlSlllllg'lUll aucl Lee University .... IS94
.-Xlpha-Gamma .... L'niversity of West Virginia ..... .... I 896
Alpha-Delta . .. .... L'niversity of Maine ............ .... I S94
:Xlph I-Epsilon . .. ..... -X rumour Institute of Teellnology ... ... .1898
.-Xlpha-Zeta . .. .... L'niversity of Maryland ....... .... I S90
Alpha-Tlleta . .... University of Wisconsin .. .... IQOI
Alpha-Iota . '.. .... Vanclerhilt University ... . . . . 190.2
Alpha-Kappa . .... L'nirersity of Jxlllllillllil . . . . . . . IQO3
Alpha-Lamhrla .... L'niversity of California ............... .... I 903
Alpha-Mu , .. .... Massachusetts Institute of Technology ....l903
Alpha-Nu . . .lleorgia Institute of Teellnology ........ .... I 904
Alpha-Xi . ..... .... I Durclne University ............ ... 1905
Alpha-Oniicron .... L'niversity of Michigan .. .... I905
Alpha-Pi . .... .... L 'niversity of Chicago . . . ... . IQOG
Alpha-Rho . .. .... Cornell University ....... .,.. I 9II
Alpha-Sigma . .... L'niversity of Minnesom ,,,,,,,,,,, .,,, I 915
.-Xlpha-Tau . .. .... l,elanIl Stanford junior L'niversity .... .... I 915
Pliilaclelphia, Pittsburgh, Harrisburg,
Riclnnoncl. llaltinxore. Evanston.
Chicago. New Orleans. Detroit.
New York, Southern California, San Francisco,
THE 1919 ORIFLAMME
Institutecl October 16, 1854.
JOHN M. Rum, AIARK IQERNS, W11.L1.xM .-X. DUNCAN,
11.1.xx1 F. RlcNs'r121N, GRO, W. SILVIS, L'Rl.XII SANDT.
' Resident Members
HON. CHM 1. L.xNms.
CLARENCE O. I..1CII'1'Y-,
NVM. H. K1-:L1.1':R, ESQ.,
BENJAMIN C. A'rI.1zE, ESQ.,
XVM. H. TIAGER,
ALLIQN A. HERR, C. E.,
A1.maRT B. STr:1OuaRw.xLT,
IIERMAN D. Dnam.,
'DAVIS D, DIETRICH,
JOHN F. K1aLI.ER,
ARTHUR B. DODGE,
DTXNIIQI. C. LRF1ax'1aR1s,
JOHN S. RENGIER,
EDWARD T. HAOER,
lfIERmaRT N. BRENEMAN,
BIIELVIN P. MILLIQR,
1'lENRY B. COCHRANV,
HON. EUOHNI: G. SMITH,
ALFR1-:IJ H. IQAUMAN,
JAMES F. MAOEE,
ROBERT XV. STIEIGERWALT,
Fr:RD1N.'xN rm H1-:lN1c,
ROBERT L. GERHART,
RALPH W. CUMMINGSI,
CHARLES li. N1c'rscH12R, M. D..
JOHN S. COCHRAN,
LEXVIS B. SPRECHIQR,
JAMES T. LANE,
JOHN C. I-l.xO1aR, JR.,
Jfxxuas F. Sums,
ROLAND S. STYERV,
CARL N. NRTSCHER,
12.-nu. B. GROSH.
FRANKLIN AND MARSHALL COLLEGE. 53
Members in Faculty
VICTOR WILLIAM D1PPELL, PH. D., THEODORE FREDERICK HERMAN,
ROBERT J. PILGRAM, SEM.
GEORGE R, HETRICIC,
JOHN A, BUTLER,
CHARLES W. l'lULL,
JOHN C. BUCHER,
ABNER E. HENRY,
JOHN C. PRETTYMAN,
REUBEN H. BARN HART,
RICHARD W. L1v1NcsTON,
ROBERT R. ELDER,
ERIC R. JETTE.
GERALD D. GISE,
ROBERT E, P. YODER.
PAUL C. MCCLEMENT,
- JAMES F. GARVEY.
WILLIAM P. BRINTON,
NATHANIEL E. HAGER,
B. KENNETH JONES,
IRA F. C. YODER,
CI-1ARI.Es E. Rona,
JOHN P. SELSAM.
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i.,IlVCl1llCl' and Pink.
Phi Kappa Psi
l'1111111lecl at ,lL'ffCl'Fllll College. 1852.
High! High! I I1gl1l
Phi Kappa Psi!
l.i1'e ever! Die never!
Phi lillllllll Psi!
Active Chapters and Alumni Associations
N e w
Yo1'k-:Xlplm . . .
lJ2ll'llllLllllll College .. .... 18911
....'XlllllCl'Fl College .. .. M1895
...l'il'0XX'll L'lllX'L'l'Sltj' .. .... I903
...C111'11ell L'11i1'e1'sit1' . .... 1809
.. .Syraeiise L711i1'e1'sity .. .... 188-1
...clllllllllilil lllllX'Cl'I'iltj' .. .... 1872
...Cwlgate L'11i1'e1'sfty .. ....
I New York City, N. Y.
Syracuse. N. Y. I
Jxlllillly. N. Y.
lilllglllllllllllll, N. Y.
....lillClillCll L'11i1'e1'sity ., ,...
. . ,. l"e1111s5'l1':111i:1 Cullege . ....... ....
....l:l'1llllilll'l :111cl Xlarsliall College .. ....
....L'11i1'e1'si1y of Pe1111syl1':111i:1 ... ...
.. . .SW1ll'lllllll1l'L' College ........ ...
l"6llZlSj'lX'1llllZl State College .. ....
.....lllllllS Iwloplciiis Uiiiversity .. ....
.... l'l1lYCl'Flfj' of Virginia ........... ....
XY1lSllll1U'l0!l :1:1cl Lee L711i1'C1'sity ... ....
Pennsylvania-Beta .... .
XfVest Virginia-Alpha .....
Oh io-Alpha .......... .
Ohio-Beta ... -.... .
Ohio-Delta .... .
Ohio-lipsilon .... .
Fairmont, XV. Va.
Michigan-Alpha . . . . . .
Indiana-Alpha .. . . . ..
Indiana-Delta . . . . . . .
'Illinois-Alpha . . . . . . .
Illinois-Beta ... ....
Illinois-Delta ....... ....
Tennessee-Delta . . . . .
xVlFCOllSlll-Allillll .. . .. ..
XVisconsin-Gannna .... ....
Beta .... ....
XVashington, D. C.
W'ashington and jefferso
Allegheny College .....
ll est Virginia University
Ohio lVestcrn University
XVittenberg lfniversity .
Ohio State University .
Case School of Applied
' DISTRICT IV.
University of Michigan
De Paw University . . ..
indiana University .... .
Purdue University .... .
University of Chicago..
University of Illinois
.Vanderbilt University ..
University of VVisconsin
Beloit College .........
Universty of Minnesota
Edgar County Ill.
FRANKLIN AND MARSHALL COLLEGE
Iowa--Alplla . .
Missouri--,'Xlpha . . .
'l'cxas-Alpha . . .
Nebraska-Alplia . .
XVashington-Alpha . . .
C"alifomia-Gamlna. . ..
St. Louis, Mo.
L.'l1lVCl'Silj' of Iowa ....
Iowa State College ...,.
L'nive1'sity of Missouri ....
L'l'IlX'Cl'Sll1j' of Texas ....
lfnivcrsity of Kansas
l.'nix'c1'sity of Nebraska
L'niversity of Colorado .....
LiIllYCl'Slty of W'ashington ......
Leland Stanford, Jr., University ..
L'nivc1'sity of California .......
Los Angeles. Cal.
Salt Lake City, Utah.
San Francisco, Cal.
58 'VH 13 1919 ORIFL.:XRlM1.f
Pennsylvania Eta Chapter of
Phi Kappa Psi
lfoumlcml :lt l'ql'1llllillI1 :md hlill'Sl1Illl in INUO.
Hux. A. L.. liIilNUl'lll
Du, J.xmlz U
1 r .
., Rlav. ID. C. Sn'uxx'.x14'1'z, D. D.,
. KNIVI' lmaN.xl-:L's SIl.Xl.'I'liR, ling.,
Nr-zv. J. C.. hmx xnxx, IJ IJ
Jusl-:vu Ii. lkmvx.
mm W. .xI'l'IiI,, I'.sgg,,
J. lI.xmn.n Wu'1u4:lzs1l.xm,
Wll.l.l.xxl I. Hum
XX'll.l.I.XAl X. .-Xvvl-.1., Iam.,
lV1'xwc'l4 I7 If 9m'lfmm'l11fle
xV.XI.'I'l-IR S. XVl':1.1'll.x Ns.
Illcxm' II. .'XI'I'l.li, IJ. IJ.,
W. HA li 1-114.
Nl':w'rux Ia, liI'l'Zl'IR, .Xl. D..
W. KI. l',UR'l'l'fNlfIIil.ll, JR.,
J. lI,xmn.n S'r1c1N,
Ilmmv Ii, HRIQNNIQR,
l.1cx'l R. llllli,
I'.xl71. R. Soumilx,
Il, Jeux Illmllsxz,
Ii. G. STI-ZIN, Xl. D., lfIiNNIi'l'II lf. .'XI'I'IiI.,
P. l'iRANIi Snoclc, lilwrlfs R. Cimnm-:N,
xYII,I.l.XRl Xl. l'l1:L'n.x141c1c, R1c'll.xluv KI. S'l'UK'K'I'UN,
Jeux II. Ii1sslNc:1sl:,J1c., J. W. I-Suuwx,
R1-iv, R, I.. Clnxluq,
Ihr. llxxll-11. l"1.lcls111-ik,
jeux S. fi.xL:1:r,
jeux R. llmxlxllcn,
P. l.1aux.xm1 I-1:.l.x1.x1uau, Cilcumzx-3 Gluc1s'1',
Wu.l.1.xM S. R.-xun, W. .-X. Ill-zrrsifiu,
JHSIil'll W. Rlcllxlws, Cxus. L. Ml1.1.1cR,
'l'u.r:llx1.xx S. Illcluc,
I'l, li.XRl.l-I lJIfll.XVliN, Klvxmx W. Juxlcs,
JIHIN A. X.Xl'Rl.XN, lzsu Kim' I., l7llf1flcNl:.xl'c:ll, JAAHCS A. SMITH,
CIIAS. G, l!.xl4l-in, ling., ILIQNJ, W. SHAUIZ, fllCUR1il'1 T. ll.XNlIlRIGl-l'l',
CIIAS, M. Kllfsslcxe, fi. JXNIIRICW lfle.xN'rz, I'.x1'1. G, KI1'mc.u',
lflmvmalu L. lislll-:1.m.xN, Jmlx I..XV.xRF1c1,, W. 'I'. Nl4':Xl.I.IS'1'l'IR.,
S. R. Zulxllclemxxp, Iisqy., Il.'x1uw l., RAL'n:,J1e.. ID, II. lfluxrz,
'l'. RllIlliR'l'S :Xl'l'lil., ESQ., PAL71. Ii. liv.xNs, Il. W. l.l7'l"I'l-INlllililil-IR.
Members in Faculty
l'I1cNlw llANIl.'XlI1ili -X1-1'1.va, 17. lb., Jmlx C.u.x'lx l'iHWAI.XN, D. D., SEM
Members in Seminary
CLAIUQ NX". 1ilc1.l.1-:1c, Penn., lipsilon
IQ I 8.
:X1.1f1:14:1n G. Nmu..
XV, ll..Klcnu4:1mL's1-:, M. D
FRANKLIN .-XXII MARSHALL COLLEGE 59
llxxrlcl. M, Sc:-1.xIf1fx1a1:, lhcxm' J. MAxesH,xI.I.,
.-Xlzluxl P. Fr:.xN'rz, Dxvm li. F.-xUs'r,
RIUHARII W. Hmllsl-lxnlxn,
'XNIIRIEW G. Tuuxxl., R1c'll.x1un H. IQLIEIN P.-wx, A. SCIIAFFNIER,
C11.xm.1zs J. 'l'1urcR, jmllcs XV. SClIUT'I'l' PAUL F. Zr1zuI.1aR.
jonx T. NcGux'nc1eN, jk., C.XRI.Ii'I'HN P. Iflrxeinlzv, li1m'.xun J. RICE,
Clus. 15, lIos'rli1:, joux A. KLINIE JOHN Il. MUSSER
FR.-XN1iLlN AND MARS.lfl.-XLL COLLEGE 61
Phi Sigma Kappa
Founded at Massachusetts Agricultural College, 1873.
Colors Fraternity Organ
Magenta and Silver. "Tl1C Signet."
Alpha . . ........ Xl1lSS1lCllllSClIS Agricultural College,
Bum , ,, , ...Union University.
Gamma . .. ...Cornell University.
Delta , .. ...University of lVest Virginia.
Epsilon . .. ...Yale University.
Zeta . ...College of the City of New York.
Eta . . ., ...University of Maryland.
Theta , . ...Columbia University.
Iota , ,, ...Stevens Institute of Technology.
Ifglppgl , . ...Pennsylvania State College.
Lglmbflgl . U ...George hV1lSlllllgtOll University.
Xi . .... .
Pi . .... .
Rho . ..
Sigma . .
Tau . . . .
Upsilon . ..
Phi . ....
Chi . .
Omega . ...... ,
Alpha-Deuteron . .
Beta-Deuteron , . . .
Eta-Deuteron . ,
. . .University of Pennsylvania.
. . .Lehigh University.
...St. Lawrence University.
.. .Massachusetts Institute of Technology
...liranklin and Marshall College.
...Qut-en's University. Q
. ..St. John's College.
. . . Dartniontli College.
. . .Brown University.
. . .Swarthmore College.
...University of Virginia.
...University of California.
...University of Illinois.
...University of Minnesota.
. . . Iowa State College.
...University of Michigan.
...Worcester Polyclinic lnsttute.
... University of lVisconsin.
..........L'niversity of Nevada.
New Haven, Baltimore,
Pittsburgh, San Francisco,
69 THE 1919 ORIFLANIME
W. H 111111,
J. A L'1.1cx11.xc11,
T11stit11ted April 18, IQO3.
I". S. C11os1..xx1J,
G. S 11.1 A1 1:11 UGH
B. SHA x11s.xUc:H,
, A. Kos NI AN.
. L. GROFF.
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4, H.: x U Mr... .Hu-ru V
FRANKLIN AND MARSIWIALL COLLEGE 65
Lambda Chi Alpha
Founded at Boston University, IQOQ.
Colors Fraternity Organs
Purple, Green and Gold. "'l'l1e Purlmle, Green and Gold"
"The Cross And Crescent."
Alpha . ..
Gamma . ..
Epsilon . ..
Iota . . . . .
Lainhcla . ..
Beta . ..
Sigma . .
Delta . .
Pi . .... .
Omicron . .
'I"heta . ..
Lpsilon . ..
Xi . ....
Omega . .
Kappa . .
Rho . ...... .
Psi . ........ .
Alpha-Zeta . ..
.-Xlpha-Iota . .
Alpha-Beta . .
.-Xlpha-Sigma . ..
. . . lllassachnsetts Agricultural College.
...University of Pennsylvania.
... Pennsylvania State College.
... Ilrown University.
...Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
. University of Maine.
... University of Michigan.
. . . Rutgers College.
.... Iluclcnell L'niversity.
. . . .Worcester Polyclinic Institute.
. . . .Cornell University.
...University of California.
.. . . W'ashington State College.
. . . .Rhode Island State College.
... Ilartmouth College.
....L0nisiana State Univ. and A. X M. Coll.
. . . . DePauw University.
....I.fniversity of Illinois.
....-Xlabaina Polytechnic Institute.
, . . Ilnox College.
... . University of Georgia.
. ...Union College.
. . . . Ptn'clne University.
....LTnivcrsity of South Dakota.
... Ilarvard University.
... .Colgate University.
. . . . Northwestern University.
...Oregon State College.
.University of VVisconsin,
.. . . Cumherland University.
AND Kl:XRS.i'l:XLL COLLICGIC 65
Xlplm-Plii . .... LYl1iX'Cl'Silj' of .-Xlulmzuuzl.
Xlplm-Della . . .... Klissuuri Sclmul uf Klincs.
Xlphzl-Pi . ..... .... L Tnix'c1':4ity of Ik-11x'c1'.
-Xlpluzl-Omicrun . . .... l.vlliX'L'l'Sftj' of Imlizmal.
zu-Mu . .... .
Xlplm- I :lu
Xlplm-'l'I1ct:1 . ...
-Xlplm-Upsilmu . .
.-Xlbzmy, N. Y.
....Ll11x'c1's1lyuf I cxzls.
....lmx':x Slnlv L,llHL,K.
....l7lxl.1l1m11.1 .X. .mul XI, Lnllcgc.
.I-rzulklm :mel .Xlmslmll Cullcgc.
.............Xcw I iIllll1J5i1lI'L' Stun: Uvllcgc.
Ins Angeles, Cal.
Ni-xv Orluzms. La.
New York City, N. Y
I'rm'imlcncc, R. T.
Rochcslcly N. Y.
ht. Louis. No.
Szm i:l'Zll1CiSCO, Cal.
THE 1919 ORIFLAMME
Lambda Chi Alpha
Founded December 22. 1917.
L. C. LIGHTNIER,
A. D. SMITH,
J. D. W1:N1'z1:1.,
I-I. D. ALT1-10115 E,
A. C. CALM,
L. R. LUTZ,
C. F. BAUER,
H. C. ARNOLD,
W. F. LUTZ,
A. D. GR.x1s1fF.
R. J. RUFF,
R. G. VVITMER,
C. S. PIILDEBRANIJ
W. D. XVENTZEI..
I. A. KELLER,
S. E. MURP1-112x',
I, C. T1-1oL1As.
FRANKLIN AND MARSHALL COLLEGE 67
Founded April 1. 1896.
Rlzv. XV. S'1'U.xu1' Cmxllcla, Rlav. l2.XRNICS'l' N. EVANS,
JOHN LENZINGERH, Rncv. Rmsncm' L. liulz,
CL.1x1u2NCls N. I-I1Q1.1.1c11, REV. GL7s'1'.xV R. P013'1"1'ER.
Gu' S. R1cn1c11'1', Rm: Coxlmn A. Housmz,
Members in Faculty
C. N. IIELLERV, A. M.. C. E. AlliYERS, A. M.,
I. N. Sc11.x1s1-'1f12R, L1'r'1'. U. QOXUNJ.
Member in Academy Faculty
I'lOXllCR F. RlCIllili'l'.
D. IVAN GLEIM, CARL j. RISIESA,
AI.l!lEli'I' G1.14:ssN1-111, Hlaxux' ll. SIIRIVIER.
I. N. GARNER.
C11.x1'1c1.1.1z Y. lL31N1q1.m', I--llama' F. AIEYERS, IR.,
'I-EYRON R1z.xN19., I. E. 1'1111.1.11'1'1.
JOHN K. EnuN1iM.xN. Ak'r11UR R, LANDISV,
Guy H.XIl'l'BI.XN,, ,IOSEP11 H. S'r121N,
ERNEST M. HIIQSTER.
FRANKLIN AND MARSHALL COLLEGE 62
Chartered March 7, 1908.
Virtus Semper viridis. Red and Whlte
Member in Faculty
I-I. M. I. ICLEIN, PII. D.
R. M. LELLMAN, W. IE. Sour.,
H. A. SM1'r1-1, W. T. Romxsox.
Ronalsm' R. RUl'l3IN,l Cmulns C. IQISSINGER
Im F. 1'IoN.xm..xN.
J. D.xNucr. lqOCHER',
SIDNEY S. SMITI1,
A JON.X'l'I'IAN R. I'lIl.Ll
NEXVIN J. I-I.xRNm1,
C11.xRLlss S. LANDIS,
MAX I. Wmm.
l.l.UYI3 C. H.xRs1115Y,
NN-'Il1.lQ,lA M H. Guolfv,
jlaucmus M. M1Lr.1zu,
Russlcr, W. UIQICI-I.
4-mn 4 1-1.
FRANKLIN AND MARSHALL COLLEGE 71
Founded March, 1909.
lisse quam viclelii. Maroon and XVI1ite
Member in Faculty
l'I. H. BECK, A. C.
Member of Academy Faculty
M. W. W1'1'M1zR, A. B.
1 9 1 S.
J. HOl.f.IENR4XCII, V. A. RUTH.
ll. C. BIESSNER.
W. C. NUGEN1'., W. D. M121l1'R1.1Nc.
FRANKLIN AND MARSHALL COLLEGE
H. C. .HUR1i1101.n1au,
XV. S. Es11Lla1xf1.xN,
J. I. HuF1fA1,xN,
M. A. SM1'r11,
M. W. iXI.I!RIGIl'l'
I-I. A. l'iUC1I151'1',
XV. E. ECIQLUNH,
L. L. KEIEFER.
G. N. Kmmuvlzlz,
D. R. IQEENER,
P. M. L.IRIUER'l',
K. S. VVITMIER.
J. L. SCHULIQR,
C. M. TAUSIG.
E. G. ICLINE,
ll. 'IL L1s1Nn.xc11,
XV. C. IWARBURGIQR,
XV. S. RQDEIDEIQ,
VV. B. VV muvooh.
P. C. Sc111:11zIzR,
E. E. SMULL.
74 THE 1919 ORIFLAMME
President . . . . .
Critif . ..
Goethean Literary Society
1 835-191 8
R. RUPPIN ......
C. C. K1ss1NGER.
. ..NV. S. ROEDERU..
M, A. SMITH ....
l-l. A. BUcHHE1'r. ..
I. R. HONAMAN .
H. D. ALTHOUSIQ.
D. R. KEENER. ..
Old Gold and White
SECOND TERM. 'rumen T1-nm.
....J. I. HOFFMAN. . . . . .R, E. P. Yomau.
... G, 1qLINE.........:X. D. GRAHFIP.
H. BUCHHEU .... W. li. NVouwomm.
S. Noss..........J. L. Scnuuau.
.VV. 12. BUSHUNL: ..... S. E. MURPHY.
L. SMITIl........P. L. SMITH.
D. xVliNTZEI.......M. A. SM1'rH.
H. D. .-XLT1-musle.
FRANKLIN AND MARSHALL COLLEGE
H. D. :XL'l'HOUSE,
H. A. BUCHHEIT,
W. E. BUSIIONG,
C. S. BAUER,
H. C. BURKHOLDER,
J. K. ,l:loRN1zMAN,
A. D. LERAEFF,
E. N. I'IIIES'l'ER,
I. R. ILIoN.xM.xN,,
J. I. HOFFMAN,
E. G. liLINl5,
G. N. IQEFAUVER,
I. G. KUHNZ,
P. M. LIMBIERT,
S. E. MURPHY,
G. S. Noss,
I. N. RANCH,
C. M. Roms,
W. S. Romulan,
J. L. SCI-IULERI,
M. A. SMITH,
P. L. SMITII,
P. C. SCHEIRER,
I. D. VV1zN'rz1zL,
W. B. VVORNVOOD,
R. E. P. YODER,
R. NV. URICH,
I. H. STEIN.
THE 1919 GRIFLAMME
Diagnothian Literary Society
ETEKDEI TIMQNTAE APETH
.Sf'z'1IfCz'I' . ......... .
l'ivc-l'rv.via'ca1t . . . ..
.S'vv1'ela1'y . .....
Treasurer . . . . . . . .
Clmplaiur . . .... .
C Hin' ..... .....
.1!UHif0I' . .
F1ns'r TERM. SECOND TERM.
J. Ruins .......... D. E. FAUs'r...
XV, Bmllzvvzuul-:N .... R. lf. BREYIQR ........
G. luuxm. ....... J, E. 191,111.11-1'r..
C. Y mczlalz ........ XV. XV. XVIQAVIQR.
B. Lmxmcu .,...
. NV. XVIQAVER ...... C. J. IQICICS ......
F, Rlelcvlarc ....... R, F. Bmcwcu...
F. H. JOHNSTON .....
Blue :md Gold
R. F. Burfvliu.
P. G. ScHAF1fNxcu.
R. H. KLEIN.
VV. W. VVIQAVIQR.
S. S. SMITH.
D. E. FAUST.
R. F. Rlucvscn.
FRANKLIN AND MARSHALL COLLEGE
A. D. Smrru,
XV. W. W lsfxvliu,
C. j. Rlalzs,
A. P. FRANTZ,
R. W. liomluzkulile,
P. A. Suu.-x1f1fN1-zu,
S. S. Smrru,
P. F. Iilfzlslflaui,
B. 135, L151N1:.xc11,
I. E. P111r.L1PP1,
F. V. WORK,
A. E. FIISNRY,
E. J. Rlclz, I
L. G. Scuocrc,
C. P. I-Ilzlesl-nav,
G. F. LEE,
N. C. ZHARNER,
D. M. Sc11A1f1fx1i1z,
G. S. Ymmiu,
W1 C. M.xRlsURu1z1:,
R. 1-I. IQLEIN,
A. G. TRUXAL,
F.. E. VV1'm11sR,
L. C. l'LxRs111cY,
1. D. LANDIS,
A. F. .l51z1zv1au,
Ill. A. IJRAND,
D. Ii. F.xUs'r,
J. P. Sl2Ls.xM,
E. I. NEST,
H. M. Ro'r1-IIERMIQL,
A. P. S'1'.xU1f1f1:1z, JR.
M. L. I.A51P1z.
llwmcx' llxxn-zu. .'Xl.'I'lltll'Sli, Womelstlorf
A X A 1 thetlieztuz lfreslnnun fJl'1ll0l'lC?ll Cou-
test, G, l.. S. tl J 3 Class Vice-Pres. tsl I Soph-
omore Ol-gttoriezll Contest, G. l.. S. R295 Asst
Business Klnnztgei' Sltzrivrll-ll'vvlcly 1371 Crititi
G, I., S, 135: f,RIIfl.AMAlI'2 Stuff 131: Lrep:
:tt xV0l1lClSIlUl'l, lligh School: A. ll, Course
This young prodigy hails from the crzulle of
l,'ennsylv:tni:i Dutch trzlclnions, NVonielsmlort.
Ile is Il personihczttion of sztuer krinit, wlencrs,
Illlfl limhurger cheese. lle ezlnle to us f
this hzlckwoocls town tlrcssecl in huttei
clothes, hut since in our niiclst has inztcle won-
tlerful progress in the social world. llc
ciclecl to nttencl the Junior llop. XVhen :ll
ll2lVll1Q.f gnlluses ot' his own, he set out 1
voyage of discovery, :Incl eventually foun
pair in XVentzel's room, which he :tpprop1'i:1terl.
'l'h:1t night Wentzel remztinecl :lt home.
to leave he clist'ove1'erl that it is neeessztry to
wezu' suspenclers with :1 tull clress suit. Not
l3liN.l.XMlN l'iltANIil.lN .'Xn.xx1s, l.:1ne:1ste1'. Pa
Porter Scientilie Society: Clztss Picture Conl-
mittee til: Student Senator from non-o1'-
gzmizetl men 1355 llonor Court tgj 3 P1'ep:n'ecl
:tt l"x':tnlcln1 :xnfl 3l2ll'Sll1lll Aczulemyg B. S.
XVe never he:n'tl ll word :thout tired, smiling
Hen in our lfreslnnznn year, hut lately, though
we l1:n'en't lieznwl much more :thout him, he hats
nizttle us ztwztre hy his :lehievenients that he is
of us. llc never zlppeznrs in puhlie without his
sniile, which would he :t sure go with the
femmes if he rleigneml to use it. Une never sees
hint zthont, :tnrl his pztrtieulzn' eztve is the chem-
istry lah, second lloor I'C1ll'. Some clay he will
open :1 seentilie eztncly shop on Duke street if
sonic "sweetie mlont get hnn tn'st :incl ruin his
-- so -
RICIIARIJ XY.x'rsox lloxinlilaal-zlc, lloonshoro, Mil.
'lf K tl'7 llia-rnothian: lJlZl'YllllIlll'lll llfilltll. ll
l.. S. .'xlllllYCFSlll'j' tsl 3 Seeietaryill. lf S. lt3l 1
Vice-President ll. l.. S t3l: Class l'resitlent
'l'his small, hut important looking intliviclnal
arrivetl two years ago from the wiltls of Klart'-
lantl. Since that time he has heeoine so eap-
tiratecl hy the white lights of eivilization that
his sojonrns in lloonslmoro are very liniitetl.
His father owns this little town, antl one time
a certain fair teacher in the town high school
fonnrl herself out of a "ltllJllL'C1lllSC Rieharil clicl
not like her. llnring the last two years
"l3onnny" has lmeen vainly attempting to tignre
ont how to pass otl' a eertain eonclition wthont
working for it. After two years of archions
lalmor :intl research the Senator has tliseovereil
has now transferrecl his energies to chemistry.
that he was not horn to he a biologist, :
Curtin.:-.s llonm: llowicics, l.aneaster, Pa,
"llowers," "I loznerf'
linterecl junior: Preparerl at Millersville
State Normal Sehoolg .-X. ll, Course.
This innocent young inan left his home antl
parents far too soon, lle ealne to eollege in
initl-course. as it were, antl alreafly fortitietl
with a wife. hut he's :L young 'un with the rest
of ns. Some clay he shall write, "l'1owers,
Thesaurus on the origin of llowers," antl then
incleefl shall we know that this man is wortliy
uf the nznne lloiner. lle is giftecl with a rare
poetry of expression, that of the sea, resonnaling
antl gigantic. hnt wliieh has heeoine snlliefl by
this fast atmosphere into the clroning elaelcety-
elaelc of a inaehine gun. Some rlay he shall
own a college of his own--he anal his spouse.
.xi.'ri:a .X1.oysn's Roizicms l3t'eitit's.
l'1'epa1ul tt lm
'- : .1 easter lligh School anml
jonx Ctnusnxx ltwili-tic, ja., Lehanou, Pa.
. ,. . . ,
'lflx -1 Class l'oot llall til, 1.23: Class
llasehall 1.:l: 'Vraelc 'l'eam 1 I l: Varsity Ifoot-
liall 133: Inter-1Jrganization Council 13l:
Chairman Class l'ipe Committee 1.27 1 1'i'epai'ecl
it Lebanon Iligh Sehool: A. li. Course.
One look at the angelie countenance of this
eheruh makes one feel that this worltl is not
ueh a hacl plaee alter all. lle may he hig, hut
tlon't worry, he's perfeetly harmless. .Xslc
some of the lfreshmen allout that. .-Xs a mem-
hei- ot' the football team his virile strength
matle quite an impression. hoth in the op-
ponents' line and on the sitleliues. lle was
xery haclly rlisappointecl in love-hut no niore
must he saicl of that oi' there will be one less
memher of the Stall. lloweyer, we expect
gveat llllllQ'S ot' llueh, for he has a great future
L'niyei'sity ol l'ennsylt'ania: JN. ll. Course.
l.oolc at his front initials antl you will see
why they call lmn "XVai'." l.oolc at lns face
vou will tlnnlc you see. hut look beneath ani
s t-. V., - .
ill hntl httlt thut to just ty it foi lit ls
all hlulf, anrl that, though it may put up ll good
ol lmellie ittllx his nothing tt tll
- ."Cl'Cl1Cj'. 'iz -' :Q ' y:
to tlo with the it tl
' ": stuff, you know. Pat's type
o his shell inns at
of hull consists of adjusting 5 - -" 5
an mtelhgent angle. aclclressing hi: '
s ptof as
Doetoi' Professor So-and-so in a voiee like
suhmat'ine slcimier. ancl then, when he has
seeuretl the attention of his helovecl prof, in
shooting' out some ehilrlishly simple question
thinking' it profound. Recently he naicl a guy
35.00 to show him how tu extraet square root.
.XR'I'lll'R Cn.uu.l-is CALM, Stony Creek. Pu.
AXA: Porter Scientific Society: Cilee Club
135: Kllllltllillll Club t-31: Prepared :tt Schuyl-
kill Seminzzryz lintered juniorg B. S. Course.
"Shorty's'l stature is well described by his
nicknztme, but in spite of his height. or rather
luck of it, one of the fair dzlmsels from "Cub-
bztpge Hill" had the nerve to cull him :L "brazen
youth." Ile claims to have the honor of being
"'l'ut'fy's" fztvoritc. "Shorty" almost worships '
Ur, Kershnerl Ile has :L sweet voice :md :t E
most :uninble disposition. :md these qunlites,
together with his "grunt-box,'y make him popu-
lzu' with the ladies. Ask him about it.
lilnxuxulm S.xx1t'1-il. CRUSIMXNII. Lititz, Pa,
fb .E Kg Student Senate U91 lXlember Inter-
CJI'g1llllZ1llQllJl1 Council f35: Glee Club fzjg
C392 Leader College Hand 125, t3Jg Prepared
at NVinston. Sztlcm lligh School, N. C.g A. B.
This lnztn is distinctive neither in his
stature nor in his good looks. for he h:1su't
much of either, but the way he pulls oil' the
Romeo stunt is enough to stampede Il h:n'dw:u'e
store. llmv he does it is :L mystery, but it must
be those "come to us" eyes of his :md the soft
southern drzlwl which he imported from "C:n'o-
linzl." Ile has the zlppezlrzmce of perpetually
blushing zmd, perhaps because he is conscious
of this :md of the ctlcct it produces, tries to
l speak in Il deep, zuitlioritattiye tone. llc smokes
Z1 pipe, chews occztsionzdly, but never has been
known to get reztl "rough," liven such fl mam
.Xlnxrox Woon lJlilSl.liY, Lancaster, Pa
Porter Scientific Society: Preparctl at Lan-
caster High School: li. S. Course.
This alarming progeny of the eternal femi-
nine came to us a sail and succinct youth with
a face like Mona Lisa minus the smile. As hc
ripenefl and grew mature with us his waist line
increased, anal now. alas! his Iigure is ruined.
NVhen one sees him hehinml his hurettes in the
chemical lah ahsorheml with lxeaker antl test-
tuhc hc looks alarmingly scientiiie: that is
until you walk hehincl the tahlc :mtl see the
ricliculous hulk of him pcrehcml atop a spinclly
stool. Last year tof all thingsj he was seen
at the .Xumlitorium with a girl. so perhaps he
is human after all. Klilt's ploclmling earnestness
and his Pierce Arrows and electrics are at
least a few excuses for his lacing.
l'lpXRHl.ll 3l.XYIlLIItY l,llWXlCSv, Lancaster, Ia.
"'l'ipper." "l lal."
Glee Cluh tzj, tglg Preparerl at Lancaster
lligh School: A. B. Course.
This is "some guy." Someone said that his
father is a minister, but you can't prove it on
"Tipper.' lle hasn't even got the regular the-
ological hull, hut shovels a type all his own.
One never secs him at the gym, yet his voice
souncls healthy enough. XVhcre he spencls his
evenings is a mystery, though hy reason of one
or two hints he has dropped we could easily
suspect that he is lady-houncl. lt must he
his curly hair: or coulcl it he his face. He has
a winning smile ancl an alarming laugh, like a
llarnegat life-guarcl's. Nothing is so alluring
to thc shemales of his native burg as "them
eyes" he makes at them over his pipe-bowl as
- .. . . . 1
lJ.wui .-X. luxL's'r, Mereeisbuig, Pa.
"Knut," "Cave Nan." '
lb K 'P 5 Class Pres. 1U : D. l.. S. 1.31 I Mock
Trial 135 : Speaker D. l-. S. 131 : Porter Seien-
tilie Society 131: Class lfoot llall 1lVl:. 12l:
Class Basketball 119, 1:,l, 1393 Captain 13l:
Scrub lioothall 13l1 Varsity 13l: Scrub
lilasketball 129, 13l: Green Room Club 13l1
llouor Court 1Il: lloarcl ol' Athletic Gor-
ernors 135: Mereersbnrg Clnhq Preparefl at
Klereersburg .'Xeanleiuy: .X, ll. Course.
Fellows, looks are cleeeiring! :Xeeorrling to
statistics he eouies from Klereersburg. but why
blame this hamlet? lle was a meek aurl humble
freshman but he quickly outgrew this eoumli-
tion. To look at him you would searely sus-
pect that he was a heart-breaker. but in his
own words: "'l'he girls all fall for me." lle
hacl an exeelleut chance of making the Glue
Club: in fact. the only clrawbaek was his voiee.
lle's something of a linguistic euss. and rumors
have it that he has clesigus on Dr. Dippell's
ehau' as professor of the French language. lle
is an able exponent of the limburger sancl-
.-Xiiiuu Piariza l'iR.XN'l'Z, Lancaster, Ia.
mittee 111, 1.2l3 ,S'f11dc11I-ll"relcly Staff Cll,
1.2l, 131: Glee aucl hlaumlolin Clubs 1:13 Class
'Vreasurer 13,l: Onlifiuxxixlifz Staff: Prepareml at
lirankliu anal Marshall :Xeaclemyg A. B. Course.
The last aucl worst of that horde of Frantz's
that have passed through the halls of lf. and
M. To the uuinitiatetl he appears as a deep
thinker, but. alas! this is only a delusion. Ile
is a man of few faults. llis faithful pipe
seems to be the only vile habit that he has con-
traeterl siuee joining us. "Pete', has an uu-
eanuy laugh and generally "giggles" at the
most iuopportuue moment. l-le and "'l'ublJy"
agree that it would be "most shameful" if the
Kiel Canal shoulcl go clry. l-le lacks his
brother's "line," but usually gets away with
things on his reputation.
ill K 'lf 3 Diaguothiaug Chairman Poster Coni-
ll 0 uuw h:lx'c with us um- ul thc wmirlcrs
ut thu class, Jliclgiug lmui thc luuuhci' :un
til-:u,xl.11 Ill-iu:l':l:'r lilSl-I, l.:mu:1slcr, Pu.
11' li I 1 V:u'siiy 'll-uuis ill: ,illllillf
Clmuuitlco ml: l'i'up:lrccl :ll l.:mc:1stc1' Il
vlmolg QX, Il, Coursc.
unlui' of his vusts. The critic wuulrl surmise
that lin-rnlcl wus imc of thc wealthy un-mlmcrs
ul' thu class, hut if hc is :lskcml tn suhscrihc lu
thc .S'l1lclv1ll-ll'vi'L'l ' 0' n 1: ' : ' 1 ss -" '
JUIIN XICVIN li.XICNl'Il4, lim-mlmiial, Pu.
l':u':ulisc Cluhg .'XSSllClIllC limlilm- nf lhc
Olul-'1..xAlxllf:: l'rcpzu'ucl:1t Ilnyton Normal lu-
stilulc: liutcrcml junior fmiu 'l'hicl Culln-gc:
.sX. ll. Course.
'I'his :mgclic yuulh c:uuc lu us :is :L ji '
frmn 'l'hicl Liiiiu-i'sity. llc is slow, hut usually
gots thcrc. john lnvcs thc lzulius, zu lczist hc
tulzl Duc lsilciu :nlnnu curtniu "h:1lvy huns" unc
llllll'lllllQ' iu psyclmlugy :liter thu night lm-fm'c.
XYL' prcrlicl :i ln'illi:u1t future fm' this lllOiiL'l'll
Ilcruulcs :ls :l call: rli'ix'c1', :uul wish him :ill
il it Ilj mln lLx5. thu
lucy will he :ms sc:u'cc :is the stumlcuts in
lu ulcluum tu llls
'l'l1ffy" KCl'SilllL'l"S classes. 1 ' '
mwiussiug :1 l'2lX'lSllllljl zlffcctirnl fm' Clmpilfs
wultzcs hc has lczuwicml tu rccuguizc thc vnluc
of thi ilu six mhuiu,., his stvjlllllll mt l'i lxliu
' I ' .",' ' "' .' .' ' 1' "HH
mrl .XiJll'Sll1lll. l.:lst summci' 1lui'iug.5 the ii
iuissiuus :ll ilu' Rocky Springs rluucc llum' hc
uwulcl hc sccu ti'u:xliup.5 llvc lu' six nf his l
lricmls lu SU4lIl5.
.-Xnxiilt lils.xAi.xN lll'..NNY, tireenshurg. PII-
'I' li E: Iiiagnothiang IJ, l.. S. Mock 'I'rial
tit, ln: tilt-e Club til. tn. ml: Prcsifleiit
tilee Chili 133 3 Class I-Sanquet Committee 135:
l'1'epared at Greensburg lligh Sehoolg A. ll.
This is one of our quiet lllL'll1llL'l'S, as is espe-
cially the ease when there are any girls present.
During his tirst year at eollege he would not
even look at the fair sex, hut he has partly
overeonie this weakness through the assistance
of Ilueher. Alle is quite an artist on the
mandolin, and he ean use this aeecnnnlishinent
to great advantage when he visits the one he
left hehind him in tireensliurg. Ilenry is one
of the ltieky few who have mastet'ed the art of
reciting sueeessfully in Prof lliester's econom-
ies, although Tausig is running him a Close
Claim-1 S'l'l-'textile llll.llI'II!R.-XXII, Glen Rock, l'a.
.X X A g College Band Crj, 435: College Or-
ehestra t I J 3 Manager Class llaskethall t I J 5
Associate News liditor .hifllllfllf-Ii'vf'L'klj' 1332
Assistant llusiness Manager Oicllflaxxlxtl-11
Class Ilaskethall t3DZ Prepared at York Col-
legiate lnstitute: :X. ll. Course.
This guy we almost forgot. lle keeps so
quiet that if it hadn't heen for the good work
he has done we would have forgotten hiin, lle
is in a class all his own when it comes to the
ladies, and when he tucks a smiling one under
his arin and smiles down at her like a proud
father, he's got 'ein all going. "Doe" is one
of these fellows tlike Smith and Marshalll
who work so hard they don't have time to go
to classes, lint he's there with the dope when
he gets to one. Ile gets more cigarette smoke
into his arguments than any nian in the class.
hut that only adds to their weight. llis very
words seein to smonlfler.
oux l7XNlll IXUQIHR Xllcntown Pa.
til-:omni hVASlllNG'I'ON juiisoxv, Lancaster, Pa.
Porter Seientilic Society: Prepared at Lan-
caster High School: ll. S. Course.
llc is not God's masterpiece, but is a pretty
fair specimen of rosy-checked, dove-eyed men
who can wind themselves into a female heart.
lle is said to be a typical peroxide, but the
method he uses in retaining his beauty is one
all his own and will not be revealed. l'le has
a grim determination and a pleasing person-
ality which have won for him a. place among
his associates. lle carries a good name and
we hope that he will ever live up to it.
Iianldm Club Banquet Comnnttcc ilill
College Band 423. C353 Mandolin Club 1.37.
C375 Glec Club C333 Assistant Manager Glee
and Mandolin Clubs C355 Green Room Club
CD, 135 1 Assistant Manager Green Room 135 1
Junior Hop Committee t3J: lnter-Organiza-
tion Council t3lZ Prepared at Northampton
High Schoolg A. B. Course
'l'his, dearest reader, is the proud possessor
of half a dozen silk dress suits, and his little
red book is taxed to the utmost to contain the
names of his numerous acquaintances and
otherwise. lle has acquired "Tubby's" rapid
tire method of conversation but not his
"tenicle" pronunciation. Probably you're not
aware that he hails from Lehigh county, but,
George, we want to be honest in this matter.
Pink teas, bow ties and tripping the light fan-
tastic are his specialty.
RlHN'l'll01lliRY l.lcwls l..xxil-I-1, l.:me:lstei'. Pu.
l7i:if-'nuthizmg l'i'ep:n'ecl :lt lAJlllCJl5lk'l' ll
Sehmi: A. lk. Course.
This innrveent-lurmlqing nut with the lmhy
stare has only one clrztwhztels. Ile lqnuws too
nmeh fm- the en1n'frn't of the fztenlty, nncl, us :1
ill hut it in lm hun" to
ennseqnencc. they : " : 'x i' i '
such :ln extent that none uf tlwm will, l11NlC1'
:mv eii'euinst:1nees. give hnn inure thzm :L ten.
Ile :affects elznssie fluneing :tt Cl1:n1'ley's.
ships llneehns with his mmlern :Xi'i:ulne :tt
llnhhv .'Xntes', :mil fm' sunie l'l'lyStCl'llll1S
pose or his uwn einpluys the in'cl1n:1i'y
novel puqfg type ul hrlll'-Cttl. ".llUllllL'. X011 VC
CZ:-Loman-2 lfmcv l.l-iii. l.:tti'nhe. Pa.
llizlgnntliizmz lJi:ngnnthi:m Kluelc Trial ffibi
Senzltm' frrmi Nun-Orgzniizerl Men l3l: Class
SCCl'L'l!ll'j' 431: Class Hnslcethzlll lX'lIlIlZlQCl' 133.
This ezmie tu ns frmn the wilcl west in the
baggage efn' :mcl with :1 hlne tug zittztchcfl,
inurlcing lns flQStlllIltlUll. lly smne mistake the
lmgguge muster put hnn oft here, :incl he l11lSllil.
yet cliseuvererl the rlifferenee. lint Germrfzc has
mmle some pi'rwg'x'ess in the "eiTetc lC:1st.' llc
is nn lungei' :t hzlelcwumls selmnl tezleher. hut
hy his own efforts :mtl the eroding effects of
his environment has hurl :ull his rough edges
:mal corners worn clown to the smoothness of
the :u'el':1g'e college num. Perliups, tlinngh, he
will never outgrow his zehru wzlllc :incl his
lllcxnx' JAXIICS Xl.utsu.tl.l., l.zuteastci', l.'a.
"Cat llirmlf' "llL'llCl'..,
'I' K 'l' g Class lfntmtlrztll tll, 1.251 Varsity
litllllllilll tjll Class llaskethall til, lil. l,3l3
Varsity llaslcetball til. t3l: Class Baseball
t I l 3 Varsity lraeli t I 7 3 l'nt'ter Seientilie Su-
eiety t-gl 3 lloarcl of Control tll 1 Green lititllll
L'luh til, tal: lilee Cluh Lil: llnnot' Cnurt
4333 llanquet Cum. t I l 1 llusiness Manager of
Ottttft..xx1x1l-2: l'repzn'erl at l.aneaster lligh
Selnmlg .-X, ll. Course.
lutrnclueing the lleau llrummel nf the class!
Nu nther than llen Xlarshall. :XlltJIllCl' nf
Wlllllll it can truthfully he sairl "They gn
wiltl, simply wiltl over me." ls uncleeiclecl
whether to take his degree at l". :unl Sl. or at
llevrrn hlaunr. lle helieves that lessons shuultl
give preeetlenee lu things nf more iniportanee.
.Xlways late fur class: in fact, llr. Klein
never marks the roll until the Cat Bird has
taken his seat. The expression, "hard nose."
is traeerl tn Nlarshall. .Xt une time he had a
"cl1'ag," hut this yeat' he has heen fureecl to
relinquish the lnmm' to Gise. Our all-muncl
atlilete-fur further particulars consult the
Rolncttt' l"1t.vtNl4l.1N Allilll., l.ancaste1', l'a.
l'urte1' Scientilic Society: .-Xrt lfrlittn' nf the
Ultllflatxlmllzl l'i'esiclent l'm'ter Seientille Su-
eiety tjl 3 .'Xssistant. Chemical l.alnn'atory ljlg
l't'epat'ecl at l.aneastet' lligh Sclttmlg ll. S.
lle is ltanflsmneg he is witty: he is pnlishetl:
he is reliuecl: his smile has a charm fm' his
nwn sex as for the nther: he is graceful anrl,
they say, he is intelligent. Hut withal he is a
haclcslicler. lle came to us a monument of
Chastity. hut in less than a year his spotless
garment heeame sulliecl with the mire of cir-
cumstances. lle stays out late, has "dates,"
speaks the "futher language" nf gentlemen, auml
even llnnlcs in class occasionally. Nlay his sins
he t'm'given him.
jonzv Fi.l4:'l'e1liaic MY:-ins. l.aneaster. Pil-
Porter Scientiiie Society til. 1,352
,f,4yy,M,5 Smffg Prepared at Lancaster lligh
School: li. S. Course.
llns noble youth may not have hrains, hut
he is generally in a good humor, at any
XVorrv is unknown to him. Ile is an ardent
admirer of the fair sex from the side lines.. but
hardly ever appears on the lield. llc Is .L
chemist of no mean ahility, and his favorite
diversion is experimenting with poisonous
gases in the hope that he may some day dis-
cover one that will asphyxiate the whole
man army. 'lihen shall he say, "l, John Myers,
have done this thing," and the world sh:
plaud with :L great joy and a jealous ar
ion. So it is.
l,ANlIil. Mn.'roN Sc'l1.fxlflfNlfu, Orangeville, Pa.
ill K il' 5 Diagnothian: Class lfoothall kll,
till Scrub lfoothall tsl, 135: Varsity Traelc
Squad tllg Soccer til, 1.273 Chairman I'in
Committee lljg lloard of Control t.z,rg Han-
quet Committee 1392 :Xssociate liditor Um-
lfluxxlml-: 433: Prepared at l"ranklin and .Xlar-
shall :Xeademyg A. ll. Course.
"Schutt" is one ol the hard xvorking, mem-
hers of the class. and it seems iimnaterial to
him whether his lalmors are rewarded or not.
lle says he is headed for the Seminary, hut if
you would see him headed out Janies St. on a
darl: night you would het dollars to doughnuts
that he is a liurns deteetive in search of fier-
man spies. "SchaFf" has always been one of
the regulars on the seruh foothall team and
claims to have caused "Hill" X'Villianls more
trouhle than any other memher of the squad.
lJan is an advocate of the eonservation of
energy in "'l'uhhy" lliester's classes. and is
noted for his "speechless" reeitations in
Marshall Cluh: Khethean: Class Vice-Presi'
mlent 131: ljreparecl at lfasl Greenville Iligh
School: .-X. li, Course.
that his mother might reall it we would tell the
truth ahont him. Ile knows three "wimmen"
hut makes splenfliml use of them. 'l'wo mlates a
night, four parties a week, eight classes a
month is his usual scherlule. lle claims a Phi
lleta Kappa key on the grouncl of his previous
knowleclge, hut judging from his enormous
slrirles of rlevelopment he never haml much of
that. Sings "The Vilml. Vilml Vimmen" in
twelve keys--at once. "l'm llutch, hut l'm
Al.XR'l'lX ,-XI.i:lin'r SMITH, ll., Pen Argyl, Pa.
Marshall Cluh: fiietheang Salutatorian G. L.
S. .Xnniversary 131: Class Constitution Com-
mittee ll! : Assistant Manager Basketball
132: Glee anrl lllanclolin Cluhs C331 lntcr-Or-
ganization Council 13? 1 Prepared at Pen :Xrgyl
lligh School: A. IT. Course.
lle's one of the numerous Smiths on the
rolls at lf. and M., hut like the aclvertisement.
"there's a flilference with a distinction."
"Smitty" has one ht-setting sin-he's so all-
llrecl lazy. lf he hail his way classes would not
hegin until IZAZO. As it is he and Schuler
alternate in attenclineg classes, the one being on
mleck one clay while the other peacefully slum-
hers until noon. and vice versa the next. On
account of his office as liditor-in-Chief of the
flRIFl.AMMl-I he has "Dippy" "eating out of his
hand." lly tracle "Smitty" is a printer, and
Pen Argyl continually writhes uncler the lash
of his pen. Of late his frequent visits to the
paternal hamlet leacl one to suspect that some-
thing more alluring than il newspaper oflice
calls him from our midst.
jonx lacleor Sc'lll'l.lcn, liast Greenville, Pa.
The Pennsylvania llutch llean llrummel
from lzast fil'L'L'llYlllL' over. It it woulrln't he
Cxm. KlL'l.l-'okn 'l'.wsln, l.aneaster, Pa.
Marshall Club: College llancl tsl. t3l,
Class Ilistory 4335 Assistant, Chemical l.ah
oratory l3lQ Pl'C1l1ll'CCl at Lancaster lligh
School: ll, Course.
In the words of "Rtnnn1y" XVitmer, "Some
frats have hullmlogs, some have monkeys-we
have 'l'ausig." Lancaster may be the garcle
spot of the worltl, hut this is a poor attempt
"l'owser" is a pieeolo artist, but like the man
ot' inte-fritv that he is clisclains to use that
teeomplislnnent to siren the fair ones his way.
lle gets them in clroves, hut tiocl alone knows
tow. lt ean't he his personality. Someone
taught him a egoorl line of hull when he was
vonng, but he has sneh trouhle getting it past
his teeth that it tloesn't eount for much-hut he
x1xl1l.l.l.xN joslarn XVICIILX, Iirninsville, Pa
liranklin Clulmg linteretl junior: Prepareml at
liutztown State Normal Sehoolg A. B. Course.
l'his guy misserl his calling. Ile shouhl have
heen a wiltl man. lfor original, outspoken
"cu"' " h'ts " ' ' - -
ss -emlness lte ., exetvtlnne atouncl here
stopped for speed. lle is so thick that he
never knew his own name until he was twelve
ancl even now he goes so far as to forget the
way home occasionally, Ile has a peeullar
way with the laches--tnighty peculiar, but he
generally Iinrls a new one somewhere. llis
rasping lluteh aeeent will carry six hloeks on a
ar rlay, hut it clot-sn't speak for much, llt
can play haskethall, though.
Wl1.i.mxt llicllwiri' kVliN'l'Zlil., Stony Creek, Pa.
A X Ag Porter Scientitic Society: Class Poet
Cjl: Prepared at Schulykill Seminary: lin-
tercd Junior: ll, S. Course.
This pure, innocent looking youth from the
hills of Berks completes a triumvirate of
Wfeutzels. llis chief ahility lies in speaking
harsh words and calling his friends "poor, in-
nocent pups." Chemistry is "Bills's" chief
holmby. Alas! poor hoy. some fair damsel hack
home has stolen his heart and he is compelled
to spend his week-ends with his "lady-love."
lf he is asked why he goes home his laconic
reply is, "To work," hut we douht it.
lllilllil-fR'I' RM' XYtPI'IRNl'Ili, Lancaster, Pa.
Porter Scientific Society: Class liasketlmall
CI5, C.2J. C331 Scrub llaskethall C251 Clas-
lfootlmall C351 Chemical Foothall Team C251
College Orchestra lili. llll College Tlaud
CIE, Czl, C352 Mandolin Club CID, C251
Knockcr Committee CH: Board of Control
C35 1 Prepared at Lancaster lligh School: R,
"Step aside, lmoys, and let me pass." "Dutch"
is a product of this metropolis, and is thor-
oughly imhued with pride of his native town.
Ilis accomplishments as to music are maui'
and he doesu't hesitate to tell anyone as to
how much hc knows. lf he keeps that up it
may some day reach the ears of one who can
stand that stuff, and will place him on thc
musical platform, Ile is a stern advocate of
gracefulness, and to further it, he frequents
nCllIl.l'llCS.H where his dreams are 1nat'eriali.ced.
llc is quite popular among' the fair sex, and let
us hope he will remain so.
RtDl!lfR'I' lixllfm' P.x'1'l-:lasox Yom-llc, .-Xll.-ntown. Pa.
'l' K 3 1 Gtcthean: Secretary G. L. S. KID:
Class 'I-iI'C1lSll1'0l' lil: Class Knockcr Connnit-
tcc CI J 1 Varsity Track Squad 1 IJ 1 Class Foot-
ball til. lily: Class llanquct Committee fzjg
Varsity Soccer Tcam 427: Varsity Football
C33 1 Glce Cluh C35 1 Prepared at Franklin anal
Nlarslmll Academy: A. R. Course.
NVhat-fcr a hoy have wc herc? Oh, yes!
"Bop" comcs from hehincl Reading ancl is the
reproduction of a Pennsylvania Dutchman
whose personality is pcculiarly impressive. He
is cspucially foncl of "clam chooclcr' and
"plock steaks." llc smokes a vilc-smelling pipe
and thinks he looks well hchincl a cigar. "Bop"
usually spends thc wcck-cnrl out of town in a
nice little liamlct-Rothsvillc, perhaps, and he
says that hc may cvcntnally settle down thcrei
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:XRXUI.ll-GI'C2llI6l' 1nen than 1 have lived, but you gotta show me.
.-XUi.isxn.xc1i-He has a bad habit of going home to Reading very
often. XVonder why!
,LS.xU1sR-Stiff as a stick and expressive as a stone, but what can one
expect from Lehigh county.
lgllxkialnc-'l'l1e brushing blide.
l3oRN.xn.xx-A youth constantly touring the wilcls of Millersville.
Iollucxisxnxx--.-X speed king who loves the Lancaster police force.
lluckw.x1.'r1ak-Cowboy foreman of the lQ2l Ranch.
.liURliI1ULlJliR-I'1C claims the world owes him a living, and he surely
is collecting it.
llusnoxu-"Delicious verdancy! Unbounded cheek! Unquestion-
ably nature's strangest freak."
C.XRRlll.-l'lC admits that nobody knows as much as he does.
Dil.l.l5k-Tlie only freshman who has "brass" enough to smoke a
ESllliNSll.XlJI5-Hvl1lS remarkable that they talk most who have the
least to say."
F15'r'rlcR-"XVhy did my parents send me to college."
li.XS'I'-lllStl'L1CtO1' of "modern" French pronunciation. "Dippy's"
Gieoifif, XV. l-l.-"Willie" His only trouble is that he hasn't time
enough to study.
Guoifif, H. I..-"W'omen, wine and 'dogsf " Which does he like the
ll.XGIiR-Hflll, what a delightful thing aid is."
lrl.xnNl':R-'l'l1is brilliant youth has mastered all professions from tend-
ing bar to nursing babies.
ll.XR'I'M.'XN-gh tall blonde youth who likes to walk from llird-in-
l'lliRSllliY-"l don't know much, but I talk a whole lot."
Hiau'l'zr.iQR-"Gee, I wish I were a big fellerf'
I'lIlSS'l'liR-TOO slow to catch a cold.
FRANKLIN AND MARSHALL COLLEGE 97
I-Ios'1'1ik-Prefers age to beauty.
l'lU'l'ClIINSON-fx doctor of great renown, now doing extensive re-
search work with red and white eyed flies.
joxns-Tlie "all-round" Freshman football, basketball, etc., etc. Not,
however. a star.
Kniaxtwnu-'l'l1e animated horse from Marylandg his intelligence is
LANDIS--lll0WS ,rings like a ringer from his corn cob.
ll.AN'I'Z1N'3tL1I'C has framed strange fellows in her time.
LUTZ-A new course at F. and M.: one major in letter writing, two
minors in week-end visits.
MCGOVERN-A quiet, slow-going Fresh. I-Iasn't benefited the
world as yet.
MILLILR-Tlie fellow whose mother packs his grip when he goes on a
football trip-except shoes.
llICIqINI.IiY-Allll1lStCI', student and a jolly good fellow.
lXlOXVl5RER-lv hen it comes to having rosy cheeks he has it over any
actress. And they are natural, too! !
lXflUl.LEN-'lVl1OSC main thoughts are of Christiana girls and of
ll'l:UR1'IiY-HPZILH A public nuisance. Looking green is easy.
Mussisu-A lazy fellow. I-las so much gas that he blew up the lung
Nnvix--"l.-letter late than never."
RICE-501116 youngsters should bring their mammas along to college.
Roni:-"Stretch," the mascot of the Freshman class.
Rossxux-"1-le is a man of unbounded stomach."
SCI'lEllilili-All he is good for is to write such rhymes as-
"Mary had a willy goat, '
His beard was long and gray:
.He stepped upon a blazing stick-
.llill's beard was burnt away."
And, incidentally, to pull averages of about 95.
Snr.s.ml-"I was born with a smile on my face, and I expect to go to
my grave with a grin Q but before l go I hope to enjoy one good meal.
SHAY-+GOCl created him-therefore, we will call him 21 man,
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S1c11.15s-"Really, professor, I could 11ot get to class yesterday, as
SMIT11, E. C.-One wl1o studies less and expects more tl1a11 a11y other
1112111 i11 college.
SA11'rI1, N. I.-Solomon No. 2. Has brains but no intelligence.
5A1,U1.1.-Tliree letters a day from tl1e "Jane" at ho111e-tl1en deserts
her for the o11e next door, and takes a four-day trip to Harrisburg' with
tl1e new one. Too much, Archie!
S'1uxU1f1f1cR-"My l1lOttO, I love the ladies!"
S'l'INE-WOII the tin medal i11 "Billy" VVeisg'erbe1"s chemistry relay.
UIUCII-SO green that the cows will make cuds of him before long.
W1a.xv1s1a-I-las only o11e hobby, viz., to do tl1e Sophs. XVoul'd -rather
miss a good lllg'lllQ'S sleep than miss a chance to get the best of them.
XIODER-:XII even dispositioned fapparentlyj lad. His future should
be as bright as his present complexion is fair.
FRANKLIN :XXIJ M.-XRSI-IALL CULLEGI2 lOl
The Inter-Organization Council
ul. R. 5'l'INIi .......
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. . . .Sf'CI'l'l't1I'j'.
. . .'l'rr'u.mrvr.
. . .I'hi Kappa I'si
.....IIhi Kappa Ifsi
. . I'hi Kappa Si'-'nm
..I'hi Sigma li
..I'hi Sigma Ii
..l'hi Kappa Sigma
.I.Zll'l'lIJiI2I. Chi Alpha
.I.zuubcl:1 Chi .Xlphzl
. . . . ..hIlll'SIlZ1II
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. . . . I'zu'zlclise
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ND MARSHALL COLLEGE 103
Secretary-Treasurer ............ . . .
.X1.1f1c1su G. NIQILL. . .
Cilacmcsla R. I-I1c'1'1z1c1:. . .
'IUSIEPII R. STINJQ .......
linwmw S. CRosx..xND. . . .
j. IRWIN I-Iolfmx .xx .....
I..xNn1s Daman ........
PIIEXRY' 13. Sclrulvlsu ....
Im R. I-Ioxxxmx .......
Romxn N. K1.1-:MM
Glsouclz F. Liam,
. . . ........... ROLAND N. KLEMMER.
.Im R. HoN.xM.xN.
.Plzi Kappa. Psi
Phi Kappa- Sigma
. . . .Phi Sigma. Kappa
. . .Marshall Club
. . .Lamcla Clz-1' fllfvlza
. . .Paradise Club
. . .Franklin Club
m the Non-Organized Men
ER, BENJAMIN F. ADAMS,
XVILLIAM W. W 1a.xv1zR.
THE 1919 O RIFLA M M E
Thos. C. Porter Scientific Society
Pl'CJI.d0lIf ...... ....... . . .1RUBER'i' F. Mmm..
lf'icc-Prc.s'idvnf. .. ............ JOHN F. RIVERS.
Secretary ...... ..... J . A. ERNS1' Zlmnlalumx.
Treasurer .... ....................... E Ric: R. Jli'I"l'l2.
Members in Faculty
DR. R. C. SC1I1lilJ'l', PROF. XV. li. Wls1sc:1':1zmaR,
DR. J. E. IQIQRSIINER, PROF. H. H. BECK,
12. R. J1i'l"l'Ii,,
. A. E. ZIMNIERM.-xx,
R. N. IQLIEMMISR,
R. F. Misiir..
R. VV. Bom IIERGIER,
D. E. F.xUs'r,
KI. WV. Dl1:Isr.1aY,
P. T. ZIEGLER,
NV. C. NIARBURGER,
I. L. SC1-1UL1aR,
E. C. SMITH,
PROP. J. A. Ro'r111cRM1sL.
R. J. RUF1-'.
A. C. CALM,
A. P. i.:RAN'l'Z,
C. N. TAUSIGV,
G. XV. jlmisox,
L. A. LUTZ,
C. J. TRIER,
W. H. I-Io1vm1.xN.
C. il. C.xRRoL, JR.,
D. M. i'iliDDINGS,
C. R. IQlUcRw.xL'r1zR, lfl. j. M.xRs11.xr.r.,
J. C. SC11U'r'r1c.
R. R. IELUER,
C. F. DII.I.Iili,
J. I. Ho1f1fM .Vx N,
IZ. Ii. Alanis,
I. F. R'iYliRS,
11. R. XVOERNER
NV. D. XVIQNTZEI
C. Y. ISINRLEY
E. Y. Roux,
R. ll. Rumj,
J. B. Hn-I.1au.xs,
J. .-X. licmi.-xx,
FRANKLIN AND MARSHALL COL-LEGT 10-a
Y. M. C. A. Cabinet
Clzairmau 13 iblc Studuv ....
Clzairman Mcmberslzip .....
Chairman DE'Ul7fI'0lIl1l . .... .
Clzairmmz Dcfvutatiolz Ilfork .... ....
Clltliflllllll Camp Work. ..
. . . .l'. M. Llmslilu'
G S. Ymclalz
R. E. Youlilx
.l'. F. .lilcmflile
.li. G. ,li1-1N15
. . . ..'X. D. SAIIT1-1
-X. G. TRUXAL
106 THE 1919 ORIFLAMME
To sit in all allcgvd violations of the Honor System.
Prcsidvnt .... ....... ...... . - X. G. NEILL.
Shrrctary ..... .... I 'I. J. M.xlasu.xr.1,.
A. G. Nmnr.. ..
H. I. M'.x1zs11.x1.r
11, A. I3u.xNn. ..
.-X. J. INLINE ....
.IQ I. Hcnf1fsr.xN.
C. C. Klsslxcncu ....
IZ. F. :Xn.xms. ..
. . . . . .Senior Class
. . . . .Soplz-amore Class
. . . .lfrcslnnan Class
. . .Stndmzt Senate
. . ..S'tndc'nt Senate.
. . .Student Senate
FRANKLIN AND MARSHALL COLLEGE 107
Phi Beta Kappa
Theta Chapter of Pennsylvania
Prr.vi11'v111 ...... ...... .... L ' . N1-:wx lI1cx.l.lc1z.
l'i4'4'-l'1'c'.v1'n'v11i ...... ...... I '. M. .l'l.XRl!Ul.I7.
Sl'l'l'f'fUl'.V-T1'f'USIH'L'I' .... .... X Y. li. W1-zlsulcluzlalc.
Members Initiated in June, 1917
From the Senior Class
l',xL'1, liiuumux II.wlcs, l,l'Illl'Y S'I'.XNl.l'IY Fmwz,
S.xm'1-:L SIIICNK llxltlm, ll.Xl.I'Il Iimvlx S'l1x1:R,
.'XIi'l'Ill'R .Xlll.IiR SUNIllII'IlMliR. ilflllx hlxum Flicss,
XYll.I.l.XNI lllaxm' S.xss.xx1.xx, I'.xL'l. 'i'm:r.xs Smxl-zsll-'lQ:1:.
NlxLlA lll-:NNY hmluxcas ............ .... N cw York, X. Y.
was anh jlilanhulin
FRANKLIN AND MARSHALL COLLEGE III
Glee and Mandolin Clubs
11 fflllll gm' .........
.-ls.vistr111t Alamrgcr ....
.-lz'Co111pa11i.vf. . .
C. I'. II1-:11s1114:Y, '21
I. C. SL'IIXlIlYl', '20,
X. J. SAll'I'Il, '21,
'D 'I ' 'H
.. . . .Ix. lx. Iu1-111f:1e, 18
..j. U. Iioc111a1:, '10
I,I.'XIR', '18 Qrcsigncclj
C. IV. .I'.IUI.L,, '18
AI. .-X. 5XII'I'II, 19,
'l'. W. R11u111':s, '2o.
.'X. li. II1-:xmg '19, II. XI. llowxus, 19,
XY. S. Rlllilllilll, '20, R. R. Ii1.111f:11, '18,
A. C. C.x1.11, '19, C. Ii. Rmzn, '21,
IE. S. L'1ms1..xx11, '19, IE. j. R1c11:, '2I.
X. IQ. ii1.15ssN1c11, '18 I I. I.. Mo11'1:1-211, '.2l,
.I'. M. I.m1111c11'1', '18, ,I. KI. lJIiCII.XN'I', '21,
K. IE. I'. Yu111a11, '19, IS. Ii.jox1cs, '21,
II. II. Sc11111v1c11, '18, L. tl. L'.XIiIi0I',', '21,
,I. '.I'. M1:lio1'1z11x, '21 A. I". .I?1:.xx'1'z,, '19,
R IX. l..IX'IXli5'l'UX, '18.
Second Bass '
C. XY. II1f1.1., '18, I. ID. KUQ111-311, '19,
'I'. KI, I.1a1N1:.x1:11, '18, IE. C, S111111, '20
C. J. RICIESV, '
112 THE 1919 GRTFLAMME
T. M. IJEINDACII, '18 Qresignedj.
Leader ..... . . . Ii. R. JIi'1"1'E, '18 Cresignedj.
W. S. ROIQDER, '2o.
R. R. ELDIQR, J. D. liOCIIER, W. S. llfllilllili, -T. P. SELSAM
J. M. Dowxlcs, C. H. BRUIMKIQRA, P. F. ZIIQGLER.
M. A. SMITH., A. C. CALM.
E. R. .lli'l"I'li.
FRANKLIN ANIJ MARSHALL COLLEGE 113
Director. ., ............ II. S. C1zos1,.xx11, '19,
E. S. CRos1,.xN1g, 'IQ Csoloj, D. D1L1,14:R, ,2I,
C. j'. Rams, '1S.
C. S. l'lILlJICl!R,XNll', 'IQ Qsoloj, bl. I'. S14:1.s.xx1 , !2l,
il, S. llo1'.1.1cx1:.xc'11, '16,
G. N. Ii1':1f.xUv1-111, '21, W. lf, LU'rz, ,2l.
H. R. XVO1-:1m1f:11, '19 fsoloj, C. li. Roma, '21,
C, N. 'lf,xUs1u4, ,IQ, -IQ F. NlYl'lRS, 'lQ.
J. D. li11c'111c1:,, llfj, R. lf. l3o1:1m,x, '20,
D. l'. K1:1c1'1'1i1:, '2I.
j. C, Sc11m111, !2O.
RANIQLIN .-XNIJ MARSHALL CULLEGT
The 1 91 9 Oriflamme
M.. .X. 5x11'rl1.
H. tl. M.xr:s11.x1.L.
Assistant Business Manager
C. 5. llll.l:1-zlzluxlm.
D. M. SCIl.Xl"FX1iR,,
A. P. i:N.XN'l'Zv,
I. D, lioulllsila,
j. N. fi.XRXl'IR,
tl. F. Mn-zus,
F. H. 'I1lllNS'I'UN Qresignedj,
H. IJ. .Xl.'1'11r1us15.
R. IF. Mmm..
FRANKLIN AND MARSHALL COLLEGE 119
Ediior-'in-Clzicf. ................. I.. C. L1uu'1'N1fu 18
jf!!-lllI.Q1'IlkQ' Editor .... ........ D I. R. Sum 1b
L'z'fr'1'ag'yEciif0r. . .... li. Cl. G1u:lf:Nw.xr.1 18
.Yr-:cfs Jidifor ......... ..... Q X. P. FR.xN1f IQ
C. S. 1d1LDlCl!li.XN
.elssociadfv News lidilors. .. . A. G. 7I.'1:Ux.x1., '20
j. IC. Dowxlcs, X20
liu.vi11csx lUtUlG'tg'UI' .......... ........... C . I. R151 s
.'Issista11t B'lL.S'fIl0S.S' .1'lU7lG.Q'Cl' ...,.... HQ D. .AI.'l'I1OUhl
' Advisory Board
SCl'l.Xli1-'1"IiR,, Ii. LI'I"l'. OXON., Y H. Il. Ciuusl lu K M
C. E. BMCYERS, A. M.
20 'HIE 1919 OR11FL.fUf1M E
Senior Dance Committee
H. IZ. Sc11111v11:11, Clltlfflllllll.
C. XV. lI1i1.1., l.,'xN111s Doxuu
I. R. S'1'1x1-: .X. G. X1i11.1.
Junior Hop Committee
llir111v11.:: .'I11d1't01'1'11111, l:C"f7l'llflI'VX' 5, IOIS.
H. ul. M.x1:s11,x1,1., C'l111i1'1111111.
Q1.D.li1s1s, LIC. ID. Iimf111 11
Inter-Organization Dance Committee
,,l't'Hlt'II.C --I11d1't111'1'11111, .-lfvril J, lvljlol.
V. MQ I,,1x11:1-:1:'1', '18, C'l111i1'111c111,
D. I. 111.1-:1x1, '18, -I. IJ. Iiou111c11, 'lQ.
I"R.fXNIiLIN ANI? MARSHALL COLLICGI2 121
Eighty-first Annual Commencement
of Franklin and Marshall College
College Chapel, wednesday, June 6, 1917
H XI.L"I'.-XTC JR Y-I Iumzmily I Iumzmizcd,
.XNTII l'N .XIIIJCR 5HNIJlIl-IINIIZR
I Ix -XX IiI,I X fJIQ.'X'I'II DX-.XIoIJiIizz11iun nf Ill'lIJIICfIlJllIIlJl1,
Sul l'IiI. S11 lax 14 Ikxlm
NI XIQSII.-XI,I, I DR.-X'l'Il IN-'I'I1c I11tc1'cIc11c11cIcm'c of Nations,
I'.xu1, iiuummx lllxwzs
X XI.IiIJlL"l'OIQY .... ............. I '.xL71. Imzms 5'I'lJNi'ISll"liR
XIKIICNCICXIIEYI' .VXIJIJRH55 ........... IIIEN-IAMIN XI. XILXII, Izsgg
CC IN ITERIQIXKI IJICQIRICIQS.
122 THE 1919 ORHTLAMME
Diagnothian Mock Trial
Diagnothian Hall, November 16, 1917
.................... ....Nl1xN1-rr-:lm h'lL"I'l',Xl. Fnuf: lxs
rri-ral F1111 O'B11II" ............................ P, .-X. Simi-'rxiau
l. lxvllllllf Ln!! ....
Vvrz' lf, Slmrp ....
H 'nxfzizzgfnn fvf7vl'.m11 Gl'm'1v
fl, Kun N
...R. In lun-.im
......B. A. Bulxun
.. VV. W. NVEAVER,
Cmzrf c'l'ic'I' .... ..... J . P. Si:l.sAM
N. li. lflmexlak, 21.
I lp.sl41't'1'.x. .. .,.......................... .. E. RWE. ,MU
Witnesses for Prosecution
l. Ii. l.lmm'y .............,..........,........,....... ..... , l. li. PlllLl.Il'l'l, 'zo
ll'ylHIl'llIl l.4ll,QL'l' liivr Van l'11'lIdClllllll'.Q .... ..... I il. ll. l4lCINll.Xl'l'l, '.z0.
I. f1l'L'!l.Yl' 'lim Up ...................., ..... C ii, S. xyl'IuXGlCR, 'i9.
Serge-aut C!1ar'Iv.v lisrvy O'l3r1'cn ...... .... l V. H. JUHNSTUN, 'l9.
Sergeant O. U. Kidd .............. ..... S . S. SMITH, '20,
llllllllj' Lap 'lim Up 171'v4'Iy .... .... D . lf. FAUST, ,IQ.
I. Sling 'lim ....................................... .... C 2. F. Ling, '19.
Witnesses for Defense
Mmv Ilvnri MI a lican .... ......,.................... . . . H. M. Rornlslumr., YZI.
Mr, Srlzflitscllxazzniz .... .... 1 E, 12. XVITMIER, '2o.
John D. 1-lstol' ........ ...C. L. l'l.txRsHlcv, '2o.
Miss Iona Ford. .. ,.............. ...C. P. l'lliRSHliY, ,2I.
XVHI-:Rl-IAS, The Manheim Mutual lfire Insurance Company has brought suit
against Percival Full O'Bull, a student of Lancaster University, on a charge of arson.
ln that Percival Full O'l3ull was accused malieiously setting fire to the grand-
staud of aforesaid university on the night of December 5, 1916.
'l'herefore, the said Percival Full O'l!ull is summoned to appear to answer the
ahove stated charge.
The decision was:
'I'hat Percival Full O'l3ull is guilty in the iirst degree.
That Percival Full O'Bull sliould receive a yearly pension of ten gallons of
huttermilk to reimburse him for any part he may have played in starting the de-
FRANKLIN AND MARSHALL COLLEGE 123
The Twenty-Sixth Annual Contest
Pennsylvania Inter-Collegiate Oratorical Union
Muhlenberg College, Allentown, Pa., April 13, 1918
-hwslf:l'1l S. Kl.l'1r'KNr:l:, Presiding Officer ....,....... .... Q XlL1l'llClllllIl'12f
"The XN'm'lfl :mal the Mann" ....... ....,.. ........ I ' lflill Ii. lJllC'l'Z, Ursiuns
"The United States of the World". .. ..... Rom-im' S. M11.r.1-zx, Geuyslmrg.
".Xmerie:1's W':11' Lesson" ......,... ..., ..... I ' 'l:l1:n. I. l'ilI-Illl.l-IR, KllllllCl1lJlll'Q'
".'XlllCl'lCll'S Policy" ......... ............. . -XLLAN ll. PIICRCIC, SXYZl.I'tl'll'l'l0l'C
"The Triumplx of lClCZlllSlll.'. .. .... lCl.Xl'l. M. l.lMl:l-1l:'1', lirzmklin :md Klarslunll
'AMurcler LlI1IlX'CIlQCfl" ....., ........... C 1-1.xm.1cs IJ. Sxw:l.'rz1-zu, Lnfzlyette.
Awarding of Prizes
First Price.. ......... PAH, M. l.lMlIlER'l', l"r:mklin and Mzmrslmll.
Sl't'0lltl l'1'i:v.. ........... Rouxcm' S. Nlll.I.I-ZR, Gettysburg.
Tllira' Price. ....... ....'XI.l..XN Il. Primera, Swzu'thmm'e.
REV. JAM:-Ls Rmzlxsox, llethlehem, Pu.
Du. J. H. I'l.xeli1cN1:L'u1:, Reading, Pa.
Plilili. S xr I'l'l'l ISURNH
AM, West Chester, Pa
Puolf. Jeux Dm.x1.xN, JR., U. of P.
Pmcsxm-:NT S1l..xs S.4N14:lf1f, Pliiluclelphia, Pa
. -' ,'
1: X .
N 3, A,
jg FI K 47
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FRANKLIN AND MARSHALL COLLEGE 127
Varsity Foot Ball Team -- 1917
.llfiruigvr ,... ...G. R. IIia'1'1111f14,, '18.
I". II.jo11Ns'roN, 'i9.
.'I.fsisIm1l .'IllIIIG,LfL'1'.Y .... . IT' fx' SWHWNER' 'IQ'
I'.. Lf. I.XI.lNI-Z, '10, '
II. Miavicks, 20.
Captain, .... .,........, . ..lf. M. FURS'I'lIERGA, WS.
Coavli ..... ..... 1 X. S. IIici1x11xN, '16.
Luft End ...... .............. C . Ii. I'Ios'1'1ai1.
Left 'Nickle ,,,,, ..... W . D. D1FF1aN11.xU1:1'1
Left Guglrql ,,,, ........ I I. S. R1cKlc11'1'
Centre ......... ..... I . C. Sc1f1x1m'r
Right Guurcl ..... ..... 1 9. M.. l51wM1xN.
Right Tackle .... ..... I T. M. ITu11s'rn1cu1:
Right End ...... ....... I 2. Youick
Quzxrtcr Back .. ...... D. If. I'iAUS'I'.
Left Ilalf Back .... '--- .I - M- DlfC11fNN'1'
Right Half Back .... ..--- A. G. TRUXAL
Full Back ......... ............. .... I I . J. M.xl1s1f1A1.1..
C. G. 'I'iuici1, C. P. I-Iifizsuisy, I. C. BUCIIER,
H. Ii. Wmvicizv, G. BROWN, II. K. JONES.
F. M. lfo1as'1'111ai11:, C'uptzm, Ifl. S. Rlciciiiw,
F, M, Ifl1lm,xNJ If, G. R. IIli'l'R1CK.
D. E. I?AUs'1', II. J. NIARS1'I.XI.I.,
R. E. Youiau, J. C. BUCIIER.
A. G. Tiwx.-xi., J. C. Sc1u111rr,
C. G. TRIER.
C. Ii. I'IosT1a11,
XV. D. D11fF15N111xUGHQ
J. M. Diac11.xN'r,
C. P. I'I1sIes111zx',
l28 THE 1919 ORIFLAMME
Season l 9 l 7
' IRKJM a victorious standpoint lfranklin and Marshall football
season could hardly be called a success, yet in spite of the
almost overwhelming odds which confronted us at the open-
f l ing of the year we were represented by a team which, al-
though out-fought and out-generaled, was never out-gained.
Through graduation and through enlistments but one letter man
returned to college. consequently Coach Herman was obliged to develop
an entire team from green and not very promising material. To add to
our misfortune Coach l'lerman was called to the colors about the middle
of the season. This necessitated a change in the conduct of athletics
and Weller was secured for the remainder of the season. l-le succeeded
in rounding out a fairly balanced team, but he was handicapped by the
lack of candidates and by extremely light material.
We made a remarkable showing against Muhlenburg, and although
we were defeated. the score does not-indicate how fiercely the game' was
fought. Swarthmore, Carlisle Indians and Lfrsinus defeated us by large
scores due, in the main, to more experience and to their superior weight.
The contests with Dickinson and Haverford showed a decided improve-
ment on the part of li. and M. The team seemed to be striking its stride
and our hopes of winning the Thanksgiving contest were rosy.
The annual contest with Gettysburg brought joy to the supporters
of the lllue and White, and proved to be a happy climax for the previously
disastrous season. Our ancient rivals came here expecting to avenge
last year's defeat, but were unable to withstand the aggressive attack of
our team. and the chapel bell pealed out the first victory of the season.
For next season the outlook is more hopeful. Six of last year's
varsity are lost through graduation and enlistments, but there remains
a nucleus around which a successful team can be built. Franklin and
Marshall suttered severely by enlistments, but those of us who returned
to college stuck loyally to the team, and the old time spirit was manifest
at all times.
FRANKLIN AND MARSHALL COLLEGE 129
a Foot Ball Record
Season of 1917
6th-lnclians at Lancaster ....... ..... 6 3
20th.-lX11.l'l1lGl1lJLl1'g' at Allentown. . . . . . . . l3
27tll-SWZ1l'tl1l1101'6 at Swartlunore .... .... ,L 6
3d -Haverford at Lancaster .... . . . I4
lotli. Dickinson at Carlisle ..... ...28
17tl1.-Ursinus at Lancaster ..... ..... K Sl
29Ll1.-Gettysburg at Lancaster .... . . . O
Total . . . .. 195
F. and M
FRANKUN AND MARSHALL CO1 LLC T' 131
Season of 1918
Albright . . . .. . I5
'felnplc . . . I5
Gettysburg . . 27
Delaware . .. 28
Temple . .. . .. . 51
Ursinus . . .. . 33Q
Gettysburg . . 42
U1'si11us. . . . . . . 32
Total . . ..... 2503
132 THE 1919 ORTFLAMME
Varsity Basketball Team
fG. F. M
lL'll.XIiI., '18 1rcsig'11cdJ.
.11UHcIgC'I' ......... .... 4 T. QXI. l.1-21x1:.x1'11, '18, 11'csig'11cclj.
L A. LS. X1c11.1-V, '18.
.'lSSI..YfUllf .1ft1lIUg'C'l' .... ...,.......... R 1. A. SA11'r1'1, '19
f.10lIL'1l .... . ,
I .oft 1:0l'XVZll'K1.
1.1-ft f1lllll'l1. ..
1:OI'W2ll'i1. .. .. ..
1 . B. Gxlwlax'
...11 D. W1a1.1.1-1z
Rig'l1t Liuarcl ............ ..... . ... .. .......
The inclividuzml l'CCO1'C1S of the players follow:
Plzzyw. Gamfs. Goals.
li. f1Zll'VCy ........ .... S lj
lf. 11Zll'YCj' ... .. 6 18
K12lI'S11Zl11 . . . . . S II
l'los1c1' . . . .... S 12
We-11x'c1' . .. .... S 11
1:1111C1'. .. .. S 9
.Innes . .. 4 O
23101 ZIUCIIHJTCC1. +51 attempted. 11130
. . . . . . .li D. G,xRv1':x'
. . . . I 11lS'1'liR, XVISAVICR
. . . .'l'. 11. 1i.x11v1cx'
. . . 131V1'1.1'.11, joxlis
FRANKLIN .XNIJ MARSI-I.-XLL COLLEGE 133
Class Basketball Teams
Won. 2: Lost, 2: .l'crccutagc, .5oo.
,IIlIll!I4Q'f'l' ....... ..... ........... I I . lk. Sclauuvl-in.
fIf1f7Nlfll .... . . . ..... Lf. W. I-lun..
Right I:0l'XV2ll'CI ..., ...... . . . I'lL:1.1..
Left lforwarcl ........ lflorll.
Center . ....... ........ I .m1:1i1:'1'.
Right Guard .... .... I IU'l'1.1c1:, Il1lUX'l'IR.
Loft flllllffl. .. .... lfoRs'1'l:1Qlu:, IILICIRI.
Wbn, I: Lost, 1: lICl'CCIIt2iQ'C, .5oo.
1Ila11agrr ....... .. ........................ li. IT. I.I-312.
ctllfffllfll ... ... .... IJ. IC. I:.Xl'S'I'.
Right, l"urw:u'cl. . . ...... . . .If.xus'r, .XII-zlll..
Left I:0I'XYZlI'Kl .... ..... A I.xRsl1.x1.l..
Center . ...... . . . I Ill.m-:l:l:.xN1m.
Right liuurrl .... ..... X YI-illxx.
I.cft IILIZIYKI. .. .... li,xx1l:l-Qlq,
134 TI-IE 1919 ORIFLAMME
XVOII, 3: Lost, IQ Percentage, .75o.
Alanagvr ......... .... .................... . - X. G. TRUXAL.
Captain. .. .... J. F. Gxuvizv.
Right Guard . . . ...... . . .K1L'Cl.liMliN'l'
Left Ciuarrl .... ......... C i.XRVliY
Center . ........ ......... 1 i1l.l.15m:.xs
Right Iforwarcl .... .... R Axcflc, TRUx.xL
Left Forwzu-cl. .. .. . ... .. .'l'l:ux.x1.,. Kosxmx
Won, og Lost, 2: 1'e1-ceiitage, .ooo.
illalzagw' ......... ....... .......... C . P. Hnauslllsv.
Cafvtaiu. .. ... ..... ll. K. jnxlis.
Right iiuzircl .... ...... ............ v I uxl-zs.
Left Cittarcl ....
Center . ....... .
Right l7o1'warcl. . .
Left 1:0l'XVZl1'l1. . .
. , . l-Iuswicu, XN"lC.XVlCR
. . . .MILLIQR
QBur jllilen in the Sverhine
130 THE 1919 ORIFLAMME
Our Men in the Service
v PON declaration of war by ,United States against imperial-
m r ,
istie Germany, true to the spirit of Franklin and Mar-
shall, many of her noble sons answered the call to the
Colors. .-Xt present we boast of having two hundred and
forty-six men on the roll of honor, a fact of which we are
proud. Our "best wishes" and "hearty support" goes with our boys in
their struggle to make the "world safe for Democracy." May they ever
be faithful to their Hag and prove a credit to their Alma Mater.
I'x"r. l:Rl'1llI'IRlCK Claavl-:le li.Xl.l7',
l.ll2u'l'. lilioluzl-1 Dlollxsox lil..XCK,
l'v'r. JUHN Mnxrox liowxmx,
,l'x"r. VVAIJHQR NILVIN IQBRENNIQR,
l'v'r. Bllivl-:R Coux,
Sl4:lu:'r. H .wmv Cum mxs CL1l.sn,xw
l'x"l'. RUllliR'I' R.wm:l1 lil.llliR,
Com-. Hlxluzx' 1-hams Esc11l:,xc11',
l.n4:U'r. ,lonN l'oN'rs lf1f:,xm.12y,
l'v'r, PAUI. 'l'o1'l.m' fi.XX'I"l',
l.lIiL7'I'. XYl1.l.1.xxl lE.x1u. fiI.IiSS-NISR,
l'v'r. lixncuson Gm' fiRlilCN.XW.Xl.'l',
l.lliU'l'. WM. lrll-:Nm-:nsox lI.xu1sR,
l..nfU'r. jxo, l'lliR'l'ZI.IiR llor.l.1xo1z1z
l'r'r. C21-:omni lllllllilfl' lll-ITRICK,
l'v'r. l'll':NRY N.x'ru.xx lilallulis,
l.lliU'l'. llwm Kiarrn,
l'v'r. llnwxmw -lonx lil-:ss1.1-zu,
l'x"r. lixlu. Wmxr Kooxs,
I'v'r. loJlc1..xs R.xx'A1oNn li1a1aN1c1z,
SICRGT. lfluxcls ll, l,lilNlLXL'll,
l'v'r. 'I'mconoRr: 3lll.l.IiR l.1c1x1:.xC11,
Comm ll.xnol.n IE. l.12Rov,
I.n':u'r, tilcoluzrs Flmxcls AllCll.X1fl.,
Coma XVll.l!IiR'l' llnu. hlUORliIIli.XlJ,
l'v'r. XY.Xl.'I'liR jxmlzs Mouxrz,
Lnctrr. Ilxul. A, M IiUl.l.ER,,
SI5Rll'I'. I-l1clm.xN lluuo Nnas,
l.ll-ILT'I'. filitllifllfl Irllcxm' Unmeon,
l'v'r. H lixm' S'I'.XNI.liY RICK:-zur,
l.IliU'l'. linwlx .-X. RUIIIERTS,
Alma lrllixm' hlusrlx RUIJIDY,
l.llil,"l'. Rlclnxlux Coxlmn Sfllll-ZD'I'.,
l.naU'r. ,lonx .'Xl.llIiR'l' Srnxmfx,
l,'v'r. hl.XRSll.Xl.l. l21.1.xs SMITII,
l'v'r. jlxeon TRUXAI.,
l'v'r. CILXS Enwlx XIANllliRSl.00'l',
l'v'r. linwlx Ilonmcn Ylaxeu,
PVT. Jol-IN CLINTON Y Ixusr.
MARSHALL COLLEGE 137
L11cU'1'. N!VIl.I.l.XM l!.fxR1.oxv,
PAUL K1a1.1.1a11 EVANS,
-Iu11N L1auN.x1m G1c111f1N,
421211111212 W .x1.'1'151: G1z11cv1-: ,
jos1c1'11 'IVAN I'IIiR51'll2Y,
W11.1.1AM Jo11N 1'IOOVlER.,
H1aN1zY l1U'ro li1z.Aw1111.1.,
L11cU'1'. R1c11.x1m DEH. NI.XYSliR,
Pv'1'.j1111N F1z12111a1uc1c M121x1e1c
JAMES MCC1.U1uc l1,x1:N15'1"1',
VV11.1.1.xx1 S111N1av H.-XSSl-liRA,
Rlav. C1-ms Iinw. l1o1z.xs'1'11N,
Ii,x1.v Iiv.1NG'roN BOWEN,
E1zN1es'1' .-X1.111a1e'1' llm'1iR,
11111155 .'XI.l.l-IN Iluowx,
j1111N A1.1f1z1z11 IECKMAN,
IIJIEN D.x1.111-:Y 1-I1s1.1.1a11,
121111111 -I1ms1-:1-11 H 11N'1'1sR,
Glzrmclz H. I1u'1 N,
. I21-wuo11 CIlIiS'l'IiR Kmrv,
I'v'1' L71..x1115Nc1a T1zux1a1.1. MOYER,
l'v'1' KA111, S.xN1fo11D CJRT,
I"v'1' GLENN RU1Jo1.1'11 S1'.xNG1.15R,
l'x"1' 110RAClC C1.11f1f111m S'r1mUP,
l'v'1' I'1111.11' QUAY S'1'UM1'F,
C011 . EDMUND RU1113 SYKES,
l'v'1' CARI. A'fUl.l'ORD T.xUs1G,
I'v'1' GROVIER S'1'15v1sNs Y 1s.xG12R,
l'v'1' Ro1112R'1' Exilim' ll.-X'I"l'lERSON
l'x'1' C1'1.x1e1.1as Kl11.1.1iu linlism-2,
l'v'1' DAN1151. :XILXM liRUx11i111N1z,
I.1cw1N R1c:1'1M11N1J L1"1'z,
U1.1v1z11 lJ1aw1cY M.x1zct14s.
Emv.x1u1 jos121'11 Klcliuvlzlex,
l'.x1J1, LA111-11121.1. MCL 1.1511 1aN'1',
xVll.l.I.XM Il111N'1'oN A'fII.I.liR,
I.1suN.x1:1m Muvlclz KIU1e1'11v,
D.xv111 H12N11Y I'o11'1'1i111f11s1.11,
Amos LICFIEVRIC S111i1e'1's,
I'1"1'. GLEN OWEN Sx11'r11.
jnux NYll.l.I.XBl lluoxvx, I'v'1'. C1..xU111a IlU1.1.1z11 LIIQNIDIQRSONA,
jnux M.'xY1zR IDECHANT, PVT. X'IC'I'0R ANGEL R.xx11:1iz.
ANDREW THOMAS GKLMORE APPLE, A. M
FRANKLIN AND MARSHALL COLLEGE l-ll
Qnhretn Giiiumas Qilmure pple, QI. .
N 'l'l'lI'1 morning of the fifth of lfebruary, nineteen eighteen at
ten minutes before nine o'clock died .Xndrew 'l'homas tiihnore
Apple, a man loved by each one of us. llis death came as a
distinct shock to the entire college community, all the more
since it was unexpected. llc had been ill since soon after the opening
of college, and his condition had been improving until he sultered an
attack of angina pectoris, which brought on his death.
Professor ,-Xpple, another of the grand old men -of lfranklin and
Marshall. is no more. Yet with his death there has come to us who
knew him as students a fuller realization of his greatness. llis spirit
still dwells with us, and many are they who have gone and will go into
the world better men and bigger men because of him. .-Xs a scholar
and teacher, l'rofessor .-Xpple was respected by his pupils and by his col-
leagues: as a man he was admired for his ability and uprightness, loved
for his purity and gentleness. honored for his earnestness and his sanctity.
l-lis unpretentious. godly life was a model of earnestness. and as a teacher
his gentleness and dignity drew us about him rather as a circle of admir-
ing friends than as a class of students.
To have known l'rofessor .-Xpple is to have loved him, and those of
us who have had that inestimable privilege cannot be too thankful. .-X
thorough teacher, yet never seeming harsh, his personality exerted an in-
Huence which shall never cease to be felt by those of us who have had the
privilege of a personal acquaintance with him.
Professor .Xpple's connection with lfranklin and Marshall College
dates from the year 11107, since which time he had held he chair of math-
ematics and astronomy. .Ns a mathematician he was known throughout
the country. and as an astronomer his observations on jupiter in con-
nection with the liritish .Xstronomical Society, of which he was a mem-
ber, gained him recognition not only in .Xmeriea but in lfurope as well.
'l'hrough his untiring eltorts he has made the Daniel Scholl Ubservatory
one of the best equipped in this part of the country, nd has placed the
niatheniatics department on a par with that of any icollege or university
in the li. and QXI. class. i
l'rofessor .Xpple was born at llarrisburg, l'ennsylvania. on Klarch
5. 1859. lflis early education was received at t'larion Collegiate lnstitute.
THE 1919 GRIFLAMME
lQill1ll1Cl'SlJll'1'Qf, l.'21., and at the tierinzuitown, Ohio, I-ligh School He was
g'I'ZlClll2ltCCl from liranlclin ancl Klarsliall in the el21ss of 1878, and in 1883
gracluatecl from tl1e liastern 'l'heolog'ic21l Seniinary. During' the period
from ISSO to 1883, while Zl stuclent at the Seminary, he was, as well, Pro-
fessor of Natural Sciences 21t liilllllllllilttf College, Myerstown, lull. After
his gimcluation from the Seminary he helcl successively pastorates Elf
XV2lSllil'IQ,'tO11, D. C.: C21t21wiss21, l'21., and lleclforcl, lla., until 1907, when
he accepted the chair of n121tl1e1n21ties at l:l'2ll1lilll'l and Nlarsliall.
Ile was 21 lnember of the lJl2lg'l10lLl1lZlIl l.ltCl'2ll'y Society, Z1 nieniber
of the l'hi Kappa l"si lfr21ternity, ancl Seeret211'y-'l're21surer of the Phi
lieta Kappa lfraternity. For QI Et number of years he had charge of tl1e
21strono1nie21l alm21n21c of the Reforniecl Church, and was Z1 member of
VZlI'l0l1S ZlStl'OI'l011llCZll societies, occasionally coiitributiiig' 2ll'l1iClCF1 to scien-
tilic periodicals. :Xt one time he made ll very important correction to the
L'nitecl States liovernnient .'Xll'l'l2lllZlC.
llesicles attaining' proniinence in the world of 21st1'ono1ny llrofessor
Apple was a clistinguisliecl scholar in other scientific lines, ancl as a min-
ister of the Gospel he was El 1112111 of true piety, cleep thinking and earnest
in his convictions: a true f.llll'iStilll1 gentleman, his life a sermon, his
thoughts a philosophy, his cleecls 11 nionunient of good.
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FRANKLIN AND MARSHALL COLLEGE 143
uhmzp intent Qngle
T XVQXS with the deepest regret that we learned of the sad
death of our schoolmate, Rodney Yincent .-Xngle, of the Class
of Nineteen liighteenf Ile met death hy accident at a rail-
road crossing at l'erth .-Xmhoy, X. il.. a few days hefo-re the
opening of college. He was employed as a chemist in a copper plant
at l'erth .Xmboy during his summer vacation, and it was on one of his
last few days there, preparato1ry to entering college again, that he was
Rodney Yincent Angle was horn at SllllJjJCl1SlJl.ll'g', l'ennsylvania, on
the seventh of july, 1896. lle prepared for college at tl1e Shippensburg
lligh School, and entered- here as a lfreshman in tl1e Class of ltjlg in
:Ks a student he was an ardent and sincere worker. He took an
active part in college affairs, was well liked and had many friends. Ile
had a strength of character which no one could fail to recognize, and his
cheerful smile and merry laughter will not soon he forgotten by those
who knew him best. Xl'e may well follow the example set hy him while
here with us, and carry his merry optimism on through life.
l-l-l THE 1919 ORTFLAMME
flliharles 'fiinhe Greulith
NIC UF the heartrending' events of our summer vacation was
the death of Charles Linde Cireulieh, of the class of Nineteen
liighteen. lle met death 'by accident on .lnne IS, Ifjl7, while
employed during' the summer vacation as a lmrakeman.
Charles l.inde lireulich was horn at liast Greenville, Pennsylvania,
en August 19, 1895. l-le prepared for college at l'CI'lil0l11Cll Seminary, and
entered lfranldin and Nlai-shall in the fall of UJI4.
He was a faithful student, a lovable companion, and a true friend.
Ilis activities were numerous and far-reacliing. Un the athletie field
he especially distinguislied himself, and exceedingly has his .Xlma .Xlater
felt the loss of one who layed so many tmpliies at her feet.
It is with heartfelt grief, indeed, that we, his fellow-students, who
have known him and learned to love him, hear his loss. Deeply do we
mourn the departure of one who will always be dca-r to our memories-
Charles I.. tireulieh, student, companion, and friend.
l"R.XX'liLlN AND MARSH.-XLL COLLEGE 145
Shakespeare As He Is Read
Qzwstinn 1. What is the significance of the opening' scene of Jzzlius
.'JllS'ZUL'l'. .lulius Czesar was the king' of Rome, and he wasn't liked
very much. and so one day the soothsayers met hin1 on the street and
talked to him and he told them beware of the ldes of March. ln this
time his wife had ai dream that he was to be killed, and when the next
Senate meeting was to be he did not go, but the soothsayers told him to
come, and finally persuaded him. XVhen he was at the meeting' the
conspirat-ors came up to him. He said the ldes of March have come, and
they said but not passed. He was standing' in the middle when Casea
stabbed him in the neck, and at a glance likewise all the others. There
is where 'he brings in the llrutus Cyou too llrutusj. Ile said that be-
cause he thought llrutus was one of his best friends. lle then wrapped
himself in a cloth and died. llrutus and Cassius now lled the country.
They, however, made speeches teach onej before they left, and later
QIlC'SfI'UlI 2. Did llrutus reveal the conspirators' plot to Portia?
tiive your reasons.
.-l11s'zQ'rl'. Some of the reasons that llrutus told his wife may be that
she wasn't astonished much when she heard of his death. and also that
she didn't want him to go to the Senate.
Qiwstioiz 3. Why is llrutus called an "idealist.
i .-luszucr. .llrutus is called an idealist because he practically formed
the conspiracy himself and always new how to wo1'k things. He was a
good instigator of things, and always accomplishedthem, He could
be a good friend to Caesar and thus be a traito1'.
Question, 4. Describe Caesars character as it is presented in the
Aziszcivr. Caesar was a very 1'ude king: he did just what he pleasedg
he did not take anybody else's advice. .Ks a l'L1lCl' at this time he showed
fine ability. llut he was bold and would not bow to anyone.
QlFF.Vfit7Il 5. Tell exactly how Mercutio was slain.
140 'r1A1E 1919 c1R11fLAm,1E
.'fIlS'ZC'C'l'. Mercutio came over or met l'. on the way coming over,
and so they began to quarrel, and i11 the end they began lighting, a11d
klercutio was killed.
QIH'Sff01l 6. XVhy did Macbeth hesitate to kill Duncan?
1-l11.rwc1'. Duncan, who was the old king of Denniark, takes a lo11g
journey a11d sleeps at a11 i11n. Somehow or other Macbeth, who had heard
about this king from some witches, desired to claim the throne a11d
decided to kill l1im. When he came home a11d told it to his wife sl1e was
more anxious to do it than he was, since she is rnder than he is. So they
decided to kill the king that night when all was quiet. Macbeth got up
a11d went over where the king was but when he came over l1e saw a
sword all smeared with blood, and when he tried to grasp it there was
none there. VVhen he gained enough courage he went to the bed and
Qnvstioli 7. XVhy was Hamlet se11t o11 a voyage to lingland?
.'flIJ'ZKVf'l'. Hamlet was sent away because he revealed the murder of
his father by his father's brother. llc found this out a11d revealed the
secret, and they thought he was going mad a11d so they wanted llilll sent to
England. llut when they came out o11 tl1e sea they met a fishing yacht.
and he jumped on tl1is boat a11d gave them a false name. So he came
back to Denmark where the ffunerall procession of his sweetheart was
Question: 8. ln wl1at plays do the following appear, Laertes, lilavius,
Friar l.awrence, Rlarullus, llenvolio, lloratio, Ciuildenstern, lfleance?
.'fllS'Zkf!'l'. l.aertes was a character in il. Lfzesar.
Klarullus " " " " ,l. Czesar.
llenvolio " " Macbeth.
lfleance " " " " llamlet.
QIH'Sff01l' Q. XYhat is the significance of the "sleep-walking scene" in
.-Iusa'r'r. The sleep-walking scene reveals to us that after Duncan
was killed Macbeth did 11ot have any rest any more. lfle, however, suc-
ceeded i11 killing but did not have a life wo1'tl1 living after he had done
this. XYhile he arose from sleep a11d killed the king he saw the devil
instead of the angels, but as he did not care about it he killed him any-
how. Of course. then he was worn dow11 by the spirit within hin1. His
wife died tl1e11 and he was all 2ll0l'lC. He was then killed a11d the right
fairs ca111e to the thrown.
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The Higher the Fewer
A Comedy in Two Acts
Y. Didja Dewitt
. . The President
Four Masked Persons, unknown, of the Class of '2l.
Une Young' Lady. lletty by name.
Une Velie car.
Yarious members of the student hody of Ifranklin and Marshall College,
especially of the class of l1j2I 1 One uncle and a voice.
ACI' Tl-Ili IFIRST.
Sci-:Ni-3 l-Tins Lf.xA1i'us.
lgllllilllll' I. Sitting' at the wheel of the Yelie car on College Avenue:
illasqur 2, 3 and 4, behind the .-Xhram de I'eyster monn:nent.I linter
wmie letmlct- I Right I.
Rolcpl-:lax 'l'onig'ht. .Xh, yes, tonight! Klethinks th' hour draws
.l lasq ue
nearer still when l, my class about me, lusty revellers, must
make a goodly noise and speechify, as is the due of one so wise
as l. lfor does not "'l'wenty" banquet e'en tonight? .Xnd am
not l its president? l must, then, haste to yonder lihrary and
get me hooks of humor wherewith l may scintillate, he witty
and amuse my fellow-lianqueters.
2. Ssst! I-le comes!
3. Ii'en so. .Xrt ready with the hag? XVe must he quick. This
matter must not fail. Do you two seize his feet and arms and
l'll attend the rest.
4. Me for the feet.
3. Now! 'llackle low! There, we have him.
Geeminy gods! Caugltt, like a trap in a rat! You damnahle
scums, lay off! l'll --.
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Alllljllllf' 3, tiood, my men.
Blake haste now, there is much to do ere this nights o'er.
.lluxqzw 2. , To the car with 'im then.
Ifarry body. trussed up and bagged, to waiting car.l
.lfllStjlll' l. XYelcome comrades.
.llaxqlw 4. Did we dew it?
Jlaxqllc' 3. Come, make haste.
Scum-1 ll.-Horne or M.xsQL'l2 2.
lllcixquc 2. To the barn. This way with him. XYe'll keep him where
by no chance of liate he may escape. l.et his class revel. W'e
have him and that's enough. '
.lfasf nv . Klarrv, he's a n'an not to crv. "enough," ere we are throu, li-
l . . . -
The Uuvlr Ccalling' from the housel: NYhat fools are you so to fro
blundering' through my yard? Answer quick, l have a gun.
.llasqiw 2. N0 need.
"l'is only we. father. come with a prisoner, to tie him in the
Unrlv. Xlihat? Prisoner?
lixrl-:ic Yorxo I..xm', l1m"rv.
Uh, uncle. do not let them.
Qllethinlcs l know yon lad. 'Tis Roeder, it is not:
lYillie, some call him, but l have known him
Blanlier far than that. L'ncle. l beseech-
Yes, yes. lletty, so 'twill be. llear me, Paul.
Remove your pris'ner elsewhere. This lady's grace
ls sore affronted by his plight.
Gentle lady that she is, her tender heart is moved
To pity and remorse, son, l'll have thee undersstand.
This is no place for "prisoners," Find otherwhere
'l'o bind and gag' him. Never here!
Xl'ell. if you'll have it so. so irust it be. l know a barn beside
the creek. deserted long, where none will bother nor forbid.
There be it. then.
, Come, prisoner.
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.ll. 1, 3
Sclaxi-1 Ill.-.X IJ1cs1511'1'14:11 Il.x11N.
..Ye gods above, have ye no pity tl1at
You drag me here to such a place. The air is chill.
And l, alas! poor 111e, as if 'twere 11ot enough to be disgraced,
Must suffer from tl1e elements.
Spar you for pity or do you watch your Cll2llICCS that you may
escape Zlllil seek to cozen us with lies?
Neither, 111e11. My head aches sore.
I fear it is neuralgia.
l.lCl'l'l,Zl1JS he is' sincere: his counte11a11ce would so l1ave it. .lt is a
chill place here and 'till we return l fear :twill be fair late.
What. would'st suggest?
'Ifhere is El room,
XVZIFITI and with bolted doors, above my pop's garage,
There ,can we take tl1e lllllll a11d leave him without fear.
l-et us, tl1e11. Make haste.
llring' tl1e man?
lfooll tif course. XYouldst leave hin1 l1e1'e
XYith his neuralgia? XYe be 11ot beasts
So to torture.
Come, then, prisoner, follow 111e!
, XYhat now?
Silence! Never mind!
' Sci-:Nia IY.-Room 5kIIOVI'1 t.i.x1e.x1:1':.
l'lere are cigarettes. Smoke now. 'Twill be a wl1ile
lfre we return. You may as well be calm,
For to attempt escape were foolish.
flood-bye now. little one. .Xnd be not afraid.
XYe would not harm tl1y precious self.
flllfl -l- tiood-bye.
limit .llasqzzvs 1, 2, 3 and 4.
.-Xlas, alaek, such a predicament!
Would .I were dead rather than be here.
'.lfricked, cozened and beguiled by four fell lireslimen,
.Xnd l a Soph, tl1e leader of my class!
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Fool that l was to venture out of doors
On sueh a night. Could l not know
That these-these pups would snap at any ehanee
To get me from my banquet and my class?
XVell, l"ve been tricked, but this is not the end.
More will eome of it, far more than they can know.
l'll get my worthy elass about me and
lVith hand of iron and righteous wrath
XVe'll sit so hard upon that Freshman Class
That they, with sitting super-sat, will be
tiladder not to sit than sit. 'l'hey'll rue this night.
Souix:-: Y.-Sour: l,l..Xl'l'1, time llolnz l..X'l'lER.
illu.vq11v.v 1, 2, 3 and 4.
ilfaxqzw 3. How now, Roeder, art angiry to have waited long?
We've pretty garments here for you, yes
Such a garb as would grace any ass
NVho thought him wise and was not.
Don them quick.
rll.2. Oh, such a panoply of hue,-red, green, yellow, white and
To top it off.
ill. 4. The parasol, what of that?
ill. l. - And a elown's hat
XVill't not look dignilied with sueh a dress?
.lf.3. Dignity? lle'll fairly eke it. Ho, ho, ho.
Who is an artist here?
.ll'. 2. An artist, why?
.ll. 3. l have here various paints and pastes which when bedaubed
upon his faee
XYill make him yet more ludicrous, and l'd thought
.X sign or two would be not bad, worded like this, perhaps:
"Vin sorry that l'm late"-or some sueh thing.
.lf. I. A line idea. tiive me the brush. l'll do them both.
lrurdvr. My tiod, my God! Mortality can hear no more.
FRANKLIN AND MARSIAIALL COLLEGE 151-1
ACT TH li SIQCC BND.
Screw: l.-Nowrn QUIQIQN ST.
f ll s llum J him out now, quick.
Masque' 3. Ilere are our o owerx. 1
XYe must parade with such a specimen.
ell. 4. Come, Wiillie, lively now: 'tis futile dope to balk
llefore these people. bee hon they nate 1
The town itself must e'en have belehed its man'
To beget such a crowd.
.ll,2, .Xnd hear them laugh!
Kovdcr. Yes, l hear! !
'Tis you theyfre laughing' at.,
R0vdc'1'. XVell, what of it. Say, am I to blame?
Ho! lla, ha, you've us to compliment.
For your appearance and your plight. Come, now, men.
ss of Twenty-one shall hold high sway
Form a line, the Cla
This night. XYhereas our friends, the Sophomores,
llanquet without their president, we shall parade.
And with him, too, honored by his company.
ls all ready now: everyone in line?
Then march! :Xnd cheer, men, cheer. This town
Has seen no such a sight for many a year. T
R0c'n'r'r Qasidej. Let them scott, let them jeer. l can bear it.
, Let the crowd, the rabble of the streets, unlearned,
Laugh. l've borne too much to care.
:X clown's suit for a president!
tlixit parade, marching up Queen St.j
Sci-:Nic ll.-lhcromc 'rnnc Ilus Cl.Ln:.
llffldljllf' 3. They're banqueting, by Zeus, without their president
See in tl1Cl'C-t1l1l'Ol1g'l'I the window! here-how their heads bob
Cheer, men, cheer. Goad on your tired lungs
To one more ettort. Make more noise than chaos e'er en
Perhaps n'e'll draw them out, the dogs, to try their steel'
.-Xnd close a happy evening with a scrap. i
Rnvdvr Lasidej. Such trumpeting l've never heard. They call it cheer
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XVell to confess, 1've heard swine grunt, and 't sounds
More like their grunting' than a cheer.
The rats are hoarse from ribaldry,
Making fools of themselves more than of me.
VVell, let them yell, I've nought to say.
I thought my class a better class than that
Which sits in peace while roars this crowd without,
And will not come to save their president.
Clinter a voice, very feminine, from the doorwayj l
Voice. What mean you by this clamor, fools?
.-Xrt seeking for arrest that in a mob
You ramp about my house? And know yet not
This place? It is respectable, be sure. Now, get ye
Ere 1 call down upon your heads the wrath of our police.
.llasquc 3. lfardon, madame, but we have at hand a fine young man,
'president of that class
'l'hat's banqueting in there. And 'tis our wish
To tu1'n him over. now we're done, to those
To whom he rightfully belongs. XYe mean no harm,
:Xml if you'll kindly call out one, or even more,
lt matters not to us, who will conduct him to his seat
At your board, we would be in your debt. Wilt do it?
Voice. I should not, but I will. Which one would'st prefer?
Masque 3. Leave that to them.
Voice. I'll take him,
Come, Willie. How they've decked you! XVhy,
Methinks I fain would laugh myself at such a spectacle.
Rovdvr. XVhatl Even you? This is the end!
Alas! alaek! and I, fool that I was,
.Expected to enjoy myself this night!
XVell, this I know. litre I go out again
I'll take a trusty bodyguard-by damn.
And spare myself such insolence as this.
Exit Rocdcr with Voice.
21! I !
Mob. Yea, Hooray, l'cc1-a-a-a, 1921, 1931, IQ
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A Freshman on Co-Education
.lly Ural' .l!an1ma.'
Not much has happened this week, so I don't have much news to tell
you. Dr. Klein was away Iiriday and Saturday, so we had no classes
under him, but we are so used to his being away that it seems unusual
for him to be here. lluchanan jones-he is thc fellow in the next room
to me whom I told you about-was awfully scared the other day because
Dr, llippell told them in French class that some of them were going to
"Hunk" tnot passj. Iilll so glad If don't have Dr. Dippell in anything.
lle must be terrible. I'rof. Heller, the man I told you about that teaches
Greek, was in a pretty good humor yesterday because we all recited. ,I
always do anyway, but some of the fellows don't care or something. and
aren't prepared sometimes. I think that is awful. Ile gets kind of mad
llut what I wanted to tell you about mostly was what was in the
papers. lferhaps you saw it, about their maybe having co-education here
at Ii. and BI. I'm so worried that it made me quite homesick again last
night, the first time in almost two weeks. XYhat worries me is that per-
haps they'll have it next year, and I'll maybe come back and not know it.
You know, mamma, I don't mind the girls sometimes, but it's different
when they're all around you all the time and in class with you, and listen-
ing to you. Oh, I don? want to come back next year if they have them.
must I? I eouldn't work, really I eouldn't.
I asked Dr. Apple if it was true and he said he didn't know anything
about it, but it was in the papers all -right, so I guess, perhaps, they don't
tell Dr. Apple everything. The boys are talking all the time about it,
and a lot of them seem to like it. Une fellow said he was tired of the
"lfIill" anyway, and wanted something new. I think he meant a part
of the town they call "Cabbage IIill," where they keep most of the girls.
I hope they don't get that kind, though, if they do have co-education
here. Some of them are bad girls, and even Ilirt with college fellows.
Of course, I don't think llr. .-Xpple would let any of that kind in College
' h i
he is a nice man himself. Some of the fellows. the way thev talk, though,
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would rather have that kind. Une said he bet they'd all be old maids or
farmers' daughters, and that either a fellow couldn't have a decent "date"
with them or wouldn't want to. t.-X "date," you know, is a college boy's
name for calling on a girl.j I don't know quite what he meant, but 1
am sure there are some nice farmer girls--and old maids, too. Lou
Sweeney, who is one of the classy students, says he wished "Dickey"
was here yet to have some of the g'irls in his class with the boys. You
know "Dickey" is what they call Dr. Sehiedt when he isn't around, -like
they have names for all of them. They say he says almost anything in
class, and even swears sometimes, so l suppose that is what l.ou meant.
They said a lot of things about it, too, that 1 wouldn't repeat, not
even to you. mamma: some about kissing, and, oh! everything. One
fellow was nice, though. He said they should let them come, that any
lf. and ll. man eoulcln't be anything but a gentleman, and that we
would all be 'real ehivalrous to the girls. He said, of course, we would
have to give them first choice for the. back seats tmost of the fellows run
for them, though l don't know whyl, and that they couldn't chew in
class or smoke in the buildings any more tsome of the badder students
do that, toofl, but that in spite of all these things he thought it would
be an uplift. lle talked grand, but they all laughed at him.
Une of the fellows had an appointment to Wfest Point, and was
going soon, but he said if they were going to have co-education he would
stay here and give up his appointment. He seems to like it, but the-n
he goes out with the girls pretty much, l guess, and is used to it. I
heard yesterday that one of the fraternities fthose are those bad places
I told you about where the fellows all live together alone with no one
to watch themj that hasn't got many members this year offered to give
the girls part of their house if they wanted it: that is, if they have girls
next year. l think that was real nice of them.
I don't know how the professors will like it to ha.ve girls and
fellows to teach. 1 guess some, like Dr. Dippell and Prof. Meyers. would
like it pretty well : anyway the way they said Dr. Dippell rubbed his hands
when they told him about it, but I don't believe Prof. Grose and Dr.
Kershner would like it. Prof. Grose is too bashful, and Dr. Kershner
too--well the other way. 1 guess it wouldn't matter much one way or the
other to Dr. leliester, whie-h way it was. I do hope they don't have it,
though, and when you answer please tell me if I will have to come back
next year if they have it. l really eouldn't recite with a lot of girls be-
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hind me, looking' at me and everything'. espeically not for Professor Ileck
-I g'ot mixed up for him anyway alone sometimes-so please, please.
mamma, say I won't have to come back if they have g'irls here.
I am anxious to hcar from you, and I will look for your letter every
time the mail man comes. I am pretty well now, but exams come in about
two months, so I am working' hard preparing' for them. l have so much
to do that I had to stay up until quarter of ten last Tuesday night, study-
ing: I won't do it again, though, unless I have to because I was awfully
sleepy the next day and took a little nap in the afternoon. ,I will close
now. wishing' and wishing' I was home. because I am really homesick.
.Xnd with love. your son.
P. S.--Don't forget that about co-education in your letter.
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lL'li unto death with the fatal malady of disinterest, failing
slowly through long months of heartrending effort on the
part of some few students to keep alive in it, at least, some
. spark of life, there has passed away one whom we knew well,
and, in the days of its strength and beauty, loved well-the Glee Club.
lt has not definitely been ascertained yet whether the demise is really
death or merely a trance, but the indications seem to point to the former.
So obscure was its death that the exact date and time are not even
known, and to some, perhaps, this news will come as a surprise, but cer-
tain it is that at some time during this spring of l9l8, it "jes' nachly"
ceased to be. .Its death cannot be attributed to old age, for though it was
well up in the forties, that is no extreme age for a glee club, nor was it
exactly due, as has been stated. to disinterest. There was carelessness
somewhere, and all the more sad is it to think, "We might have saved it
had we tried." .Xll the more pitiful is it to think that the poor glee club
died without even being allowed the sacred privilege, accorded fron time
immemorial, of appearing at the last in its native town. Ah! the pity
of it all. The poor glee club, struggling to keep alive, gasping with its
last feeble struggle for breath, was choked into oblivion by us who had
the power, in even as great measure, to give it life again. Three outings
we gave it-only three-l-an1peter, Millersville, .-Xkron, ah! thank
goodness, there are four-and one at Columbia, and, though it behaved
most admirably on every occasion. we fell down on our job and failed
flatly to give it its just reward, the Lancaster concert.
ls it possible that human beings-yes, intelligent, well-bred college
students-could stiffer such a thing to occur? The glee club, which are
forefathers originated, which our fathers helped on, and which every
class to go out from lfranklin and Nlarshail has looked back to with pride
and with pleasure-one might almost say every man of every class-- is
that to go, through our negligence? XYe have a trust bequeathed upon
us, we of the present-a dual trust. Those who have filled these halls
before us bequeath us the tllee Club. and by' the very nature of that
bequest we are on our honor to maintain it not alone because it has been
FR.eXNliLlN AND MARSIWALL COl..L'lfGli 157
maintained so long, hut as well that posterity may he our successors in
enjoying' it and passing' it on in their turn. Perhaps, after all. it is not
dead. Let us hope it isnot. llut if there he some vestige of vitality
there, it is for us, in this year which is to come to make it once more, at
least. a semblance of what it was in "the old days."
lint if it is really dead, liod rest its soul. lt has had a noble ex-
istence, has done much good and given much pleasure, year after year.
Such an one deserves honor and peace without end.
So he it.
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58 T1-IE 1919 O Rl FLA M M E
Morte de Senate
1-lark! '.l'hrough the troubled air there sounds a bell,
Faint, yet deep-toned in its mellowness: it is the knell
Of some departed soul, reborn in Paradise:
Freed of its earthly chains, stripped of all worldly guise.
W'hat! Can it be that some dear friend has died,
One who'd have wished us at his side
That he might bid farewell? Uh, no! No human friend
Is this whose tocsin sounds: this whose life is spent,
No, 'tis a friend who, though inanimate, has been
A faithful servant to our every whim
--The Student Senate, aye, has passed away-
jiaded and much abused, into a better day.
Ah, friend of many years, of many trials, thou art,
Old Senate, though some would impart
To thee that which was forthest from thy thoughts.
llut heed them not-thy course was nobly fought.
The time is past that thou hast been of aid.
Yet, though thy deeds are past, they shall not fade
In glory. ',l'hy task is done-then rest.
The world may censure-thou hast done thy best.
FRANKLIN AND IXIIARSI'-IALL COLLEGE 159
A Study in Economics
Garner is reciting. .Xfter trying' all means to impress a point upon
his intelligence, 'l'ulJlJy tries, as a. last resort, one of his famous examples.
'lIUl!llY.--I,OUl' a hosed o' wa'r in a lagk, wha'd happ'n.
fi.XRNlCR.-l,O1.ll' a what, Doctor?
'l'.-lolosed o' wa'r in a lagk.
G.-I don't know. What would happen?
T. IanimatedlyJ-l3on't know wha'd happen if you'd pour a hosed
o' wafr in a lagk? What's the matter?
ti.-I don't know what you mean, professor.
'lf LdesperatelyIJ--lJon't know what I mean? Why that's plain
enough. llosed of wa'r-hogsed, hogshead!
Cl.-Uh! llogshead. I didn't understand what you said.
T.-I said pour a hosed of wa'r in a lakg, wha'd happ'n?
ti.-1 Jh! Qenlightenedly: then, somewhat clubiously.j What! a leg?
'.l'.fc1I.-qle! I.-a-k-e! ! I lJon't you know what a lagk is?
tl.-Uh! Lake! Why it would-
'lf-Spread out all over the lagk, wouldn't it?
'l'.-Now how'd you make that wa'r slay all in one place?
lluclnck lprompting' fiarnerj.-lfrceze it.
T.-'l'hat'll do. Sit down,
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Prof. Lirose, calling' roll, "Yocler."
Yoder, awakening' from a dream, "Helloa."
Wlarwood 'phones lfle is used to the old-fashioneil, hand-cranking'
rural 'phone, and so he never thinks of looking' up the number he wishes
XVarwood lifts the receiver.
Central says, "Number, please'
XYarwo0d says, "Uh, hell!"
Hang' up-and blushes.
XYITBIICR. K. S.-"fllurkholder? I-lim? lle's never on time. Why
even when he is on time l1e's late.
bl. C. llucher announces to his friends and colleagues that it is his
expectation to enlist, in the near future, as a tl'21CtOl'.-IYCWZUS Item.
At the Inter-Organization dance.
Smith, Rl. A., leads his little lady proudly across the floor, some-
what late, spies a doorway, and thinking' it the ladies' cloak-room, shoves
her in, folds his arms across his chest and waits, a la Napoleon.
Two minutes later Smith hears her voice at his side, sweet with
sarcasm, "My dear, that is the kitchen, not the cloak-room."
FRANKLIN AND MARSHALL COLLEGE l6l
Odds and Ends
Abe Frantz is walking along with his nose in the clouds and a two
toot grin across his face. Schaitner, meeing him and surprised at the
unusual smile, stops him with,
"VVhy the glad face, Abe P"
Abe answers, giggling like a girl, "Oh, l just made two pe-rfect
recitations this morning."
The question is, what was Althouse doing around the reservoir when
he got "pinched"
Gisli,-"Hey, fella, got a cigarette or a nickel you can lend me ?"
DR. liI,lElN Cin psychologyj.-"Now, Mr, Garner, when a chick
comes out of the egg, what is the First thing it does ?"
G.-xlzNick.--"XVl1y-wliy the baby chicken runs around."
h'lARSllAl.l. Cin the gyml.--"XVho the h-1 went south with my
SCHULICR tto waiter at llobbiesj.-"Give me a clover club."
VVARXVOOII.--Ulill take one, too."
VVaiter brings them in.
Wbxnwoon Clooking at the bally thingsj.-"Oh, are they something
to drink. I thought it was a sandwich." '
Perhaps l"rettyman will remember the morning he went to market
with his "fiancee" at 5 a. m. Now, the question is, when and where did
he meet her?
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Un Qbur Brnthrrz mlm Arr Zlti the Svernirr nf qplll'
Natinn anh nf iiumanitg
lfriends of better days. you are gone! Your faces which not long
since brightened our goings and our comings have faded-who
knows but forever. And yet they have not faded, for memory brings
them vivid again before us. Though you are no longer with us in ac-
tuality, your spirit and the glory of your sacrifice is still ever with us:
and though we are not beside you in your trenches, our hearts go out to
you upon whom are centered our highest hopes and whose manliness
has begotten within us a pride only too justifiable.
You are thinking often these days, no doubt, of the happy life
you left behind you: of the sober, earliest hours upon the campus or of
the more boisterous, perhaps, but none the less happy titres oh' the
campus. They were happy days, and-for all of us. llut the call has
come and mere pleasure is already forgotten in Duty. Your going has
saddened us, perhaps, but far more than that it has inspired us onward
toward that Duty. You have sacrificed not in vain.
Your all have you given and without a murmer-rather with pride
and eagerly. Therefore you are men-men such as Franklin and Mar-
shall has always been proud to call her sons. The anguish and blood-
shed which you are to know shall no longer be a trial of valour: it is an
honor-a hardship, indeed, but nevertheless an honor-which you in
your manhood have proven yourselves worthy of and for which you
have shown yourselves ready, -
XYe know not the result which is to come, If victory is to us, the
glory is yours more than ours: if you come back to us broken and
wounded you shall know our pity and our pride in you-and even ntore
your own overmastering joy that you have suffered for your country1-
but if you die in the struggle-some must-your glory shall not be
known alone among men. lt shall mount even to the skies. Dulri ei
dvcorunz est fro pai:-ia mori!
And so it is. Know you only that our hearts are'with you and
that we are earnestly awaiting the time when we can iight side by side
with you for our nation and the honor of our Alma Mater. NYC are
FRANIQLWIN AND MARSHALL COLLEGE 163
proud of you, even as your college is proud of you, and the little school
on the hill no more r'.rff'rfs each one of you to do your duty-she knows
By Gods grace the victory shall be ours-but the glory and the
honor? That shall be yours alone. And may that grand reunion which
is to come after the Hght is over see us again a band of students, happy
in the thought of a duty well done, eager once IHOYC to try new worlds
4- . 'a , ', . Q
l'ntil then, God speed us on, over the top to vletoly.
LQRV: 1 04,
THE 1919 ORIFAMME
Farewell, Old lslook, the last is done,
F ull many a weary hour have you filled
Since first begun,
And yet-our task is sadder that we part,
The world you enter in may criticise,
And many a stilted fault will have to find,
' But if we're wise
NVe'll leave them chatter as they will,
NVe've done our best together, yet, alas!
X1Ve could have wielded better still, it seems.
-The time is past
-W e'll send you forth just as you are,
And now farewell, old friends, old class.
Ere yet another year will close these all' shall be
One with the past.
Yet, though these scenes and faces may recede,
VVe'll view them oft again in you,
And mayhap gladden as we read,
Because of you,
Of the Oriflamme for Nineteen Hun-
dred and Nineteen desires to call your
attention to the fact that the advertise-
ments appearing in this publication
have been the means which made this
" War Edition " possible.
We earnestly commend these adver-
tisers to you, and suggest that you pat-
ronize those who have patronized us.
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Showing Continuously from
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The Home of Good, Clean Plays
The Only Theatre in Town Present-
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Franklin 86 Marshall College
Third Oldest College in CPennsyl"uania
Franklin and Marshall College offers complete
four-year courses of study, leading to degrees of
AB. and B.S. lts educational policy rests on
a sound basis, and is developed in broad sym-
pathy with the needs of the present day.
The College offers unsurpassed facilities in its
thoroughly equipped laboratories, making full pro-
vision for chemistry, assaying and 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
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Special care is given to the individual devel-
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For full particulars ana' catalog, address
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GEO. F. MULL. Lirr. D., Secretary
I. .I l
F' u L The 1918 ORIFLAMME
Comes to us this year, when our hearts are
sad, owing to this great world war. This is
doubly impressed on us by the word
"ORlFl..AlVllVlE" which is the ancient
Royal Standard of France, a red flag split at
, one end and forming llamed shaped streamers.
F. 8: M. College Boys have gone far over
the top and are still going under their noble
leader Dr. Henry H. Apple. Our College,
in fact, has shown the world that it is one of
the leading American institutions.
Keep up the good worlc "Boys" and
l count on us for all the help we are able to
" - give you.
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Copeland Dancing Academy
Lancaster's Formost Authority on Dancing
Assembly Dances every Tuesday and Saturday
Evenings. Private Lessons by Appointment
Member of Philadelphia and international Association
Masters ol Dancing . ' .
Special Rates for Classes :: Hall can be Rented
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Franklm and Marshall Academy
A College Preparatory School For Boys
Edwin M. Hartman, A.M., Principal
College Men Know
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111 They recognize that it means a
great deal to be just a little ahead
of any rival. Therefore, they in-
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