Franklin and Marshall College - Oriflamme Yearbook (Lancaster, PA)

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W2 I lma Mater in the did history of our al one hundred and th ales have rendere its founding and thu the way to a glorio tri F uture. if My ,,,, -H-,, ,Mme We y-eight years since service her gradu- iding in pointing I..- - Q- ,Y vw, -, A........ ....... ... I X .. N 1 F ' . YH' , ,fp . M 1 X I Ed- ' I C A CHARLES v LICMAN, Jn. liuxirwmfz Jlrmuym' fllunuyiuy Erlitnr I KENNETII I.. ROI-IRBA1 II WIIMITR E. SLONAKER 1 W I .flxsislrlut If. ..-fu. qw flIlIlHlfll'l'8 HAROLD ll. SUI-IAl'1If'lf'l4ll , .-l .v.9or'i4 'If HURT A. BICHRIGNS HARRY U. KENDIG FRANK P. KREBS H. RICGI. 1 'N 1 QJ El JXVA RD E. ROH RER drlfiiors ROBERT H. GERHARD RALPH A. LESI-IER ANDREW M. WILEY D ENSOR QD gil- - -- ..-R Www.- - I v. mv NS BOOK I. ' PIII COLLEGE BOOK II. I' CLASSES BOOK III. A IVITES xx. 'wi Tl' BOOK IV. FH TERNITIES BOOK V. AU' LETICS BOOK VI. 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I f Jfhli' ,V . ,L -'j ,- Y,:5Eiil,....-!1:,,..- 121,151 Ml v D ff .1 -.. ' F- " -. L , .-::- I- -it. , ' 7-'f'525' gf N if RIPII MME' J 1 GEORGE ,FUI.ME1t MULI1, A.M., Lit,t.D. l'rofrx.wn' of Latin- LIIII!l1lfl!ll? nad Literature Born Kcading, Pa.. Uctohcr 7, 1851. A.l1. 1872, A.M. 1875, Mcrccrslalrg Collcgog Litt.D. Franklin and Marshall Uollcgc, 1919. Course in Theology at Mcrccrslnn'f.:, 1873- 1876. Stuclcnt of Classical Philology. Iinivcrsity of Lcipzig. 1876-1877. Instructor of Latin and Grcck, 1872-1876, and Proi'cssor of Latin 1877-1880, Mcrccrshurg Uollcgc. liccording Clcrk, Statc Dcpartincnt of Public Instruction, I-Iarrishurg, Pa.. 1881-1884. licctor Franklin and Marshall Al'2lil0lllX 188-l-1886. Adj. Profcssor of English Litcraturc and Latin 1886-1891. Profcssor English Litcraturc. 1891-1892. Profcssor Latin Language and Litcratnrc. Franklin and Marshall Uollogc. sincc 1892: Sccrctary of thc Facility sincc 1894, and Sccrctary of thc Board of Trustccs of Franklin and Marshall Collcgo sincc 1919, Mcnihcr of Anxcrican Philological Association: Ulassical Association of Atlantic Statcs: Classical Lcaguc: Aincrican Acailciny of Political and Social Scicncc: National Sccurity Lcaguc. ANSELM VINET IIIESTER, A.M., Sc.D. I'rofcx.wn' of I'oIificuI unfl Social Sciences Born Novcinhcr 27, 1866. Annrillc. Pa. ll.S. Lchauou Vallcy Uollcgc. 1887: A.li. Franklin and Marshall Uollcgc. 1S89: A.M. Ncw York Unircrsity, 1892: Union Thcological Scuiinary, 1891-1892: Gradnatcul at thc Eastcrn '1'licolof.:ical Scniinary at llancastcr in 189-l-: Follow in Sociology. Uolnnihia Ilnircrsity, 1896-18983 Rcccivcd dcgrco of Sc.D. from llrsinus Collcgc. 1913. Profcssor of Mathcinatics at Palatinatc Uollcgc. 1889-1891: In- structor, 1892-189-1, Assistant Profcssor of Mathcinatics and llcrnian, 1891-1896, Profcssor of Political and Social Scicnccs sincc 1898. Franklin and Marshall Uollogc. Author of va- rious articlcs on political, cconoinic. sociological and cclucational suhjccts. Associatc Eali- tor of Rcforincd Church llcvicw. Mcnihcr of thc American Economic Association: Amor- ican Political Scicncc Association! Aincrican Sociology Association: Aincrican Acaclciny of Political and Social Scicnccs: ACIUIOIIIQ' of l'olitical Scicncc: National Municipal Lcaguc: Phi Beta Kappa. V THERIBERT IIITEHENER BECK, B.S. l'rofc.-amr of Vhcmixfryl mul Jlincraloyy Horn at Lititz, Pa.. Norcxnhcr 15. 1875. licthlchcni Prcparatory School, 1899-1891. Rc- ccivccl dcgrcc of ILS. in lfh.E.. Lchigh lTlllV1'l'Sil'j', 1896. Gracluato work, Tcchnologzical Instituto. llcrlin, 199-L. Profcssor of Uhcniistry and Mincralogy. Franklin and Marshall Colle-gc. sincc 1991: Dircctor oi' Uollcgc Muscuni. Vonsulting Export Pcnnsylrania Soap Co. sincc 1991. Mcnihcr of Aincrican Uhcinical Socicty: Aincrican Urnithologists Union: Prcsimlcnt Lancastcr County Historical Socicty: Prcsialcnt Linnacan Socicty of Lancastcr County: Associatc Mcxnhcr Dclawarc Vallcy Ornithological Uluh: Mcnihcr of Dclta Ilp- silon and Tau Hcta Pi. Author of "Tho Occult Scnscs in Birds" for thc rcports of thc Sinithsonlan Institution. also "Mincrals of Lancastcr County." "Birds of Lancastcr Coun- ty" and "Manunals of Lancastcr 4'ounty." ' II. M. J. KLEIN, Ph.D. .'illlll'lII'fl'll I'roff'sxol' of Ili-Story and .-lrcllucoloyy Born at Hazclton. Pa., Dcccinhcr 9, 1873. Stuclcnt at Muhlcnhurg Uollcgc, 1889-1891: A.B. I1"ranklin and Marshall Uollcgc, 1893. Rcccirccl dcgroc of Ph.D. from Franklin and Marshall Collcgc, 1997: Stucliccl at thc llnivcrsity of Bcrlin, 18993 Stlulcnt at thc 'l'hco- loglcal Seminary of Rcfornicd Church at Lancastcr. Pa., 1893-1896, Ortlainccl Ministcr of Rcforincd Church. 1896: Pastor of Graco Church, York, Pa., 1896-1995: Zion Church, AI- lcntown. Pa.. 1995-1919: Auflcnricfl Profcssor of History and Archacology. Franklin and Marshall Collcgc, sincc 1919: Profcssor of I-Iistory, Ilnivcrsity of Pittshurgzh Snnnncr School. 1912. Prcsitlcnt Eastcrn Synod of R0l'0l'llll'il UIIIIITII. 1914-1915. Mcinhcr of inorlcan Acaclciny of Political and Social Scicnccs: Phi Gannna Dclta: Phi licta Kappa: .3 , . 'appa-.Al W- t'ontrihutc1l articlcs on history, religion and philosophy to various 'lotllcals:.'-Con-tjigilng yi' ollancastcr lntclligcnccr. P'g ?FHm1 " ii - f s?- F l1's'I f.g2f ,- - 1+ ,-. .-:F - - ij: l..g.- ul .., - J. ' L i " is.. 5""ee" '- X' 1 CC IZIPII MMR' T I N Vlfj'l'Uli WILLIAM l1ll'l'EL. I'11.1J. l'1'off',-1.-for' of 1UYlIff'l'll l41ll1!l1lll!lC8 111l1'll 1-'1-ln'11a11'y 17, 1874. ill ll1111fi11gfo11, l1u1i:11u1. Ul'2l1lllllfl'1l i'1'o111 flu- I-la1sf,h111'11 A021411-111y lll 1H01 mul from flu- l'11ivf-rsify of' l'f-1111sy1v1111i11 ill 1805. R1-11-ivf-11 flu- 111-g1'f-o of l'l1.Ib, lll S1-111ifivs 1'l'4llll flu- 11. of l'. 111 1N00, Hl'1lf1111lf1'l1 from flu- ldalstf-1'11 'l'lN'0101.'IiCIll Sf'llllll2ll'X 111 1000: Ul'1l1l1l1l1'l' 1-onrso in 111-1111-w. Aralluiv. mul ASSyl'illll lll flu- lvlliYl'l'Si1'j' ol' 1311-sl:111 Illlll 111 flu- ll11ivf-rsify of' 111-1'li11. 1006. T1l111.'IlllT l1:1fi11. G11-1-lc, Ili-1111-w 111111 G1-1'1111111 llf 'l'1-1111110 f'o1l1-uf-. 1800-1807. S1-1'v1-fl us l'11sfo1' of' Sf. .1ol111's f'lllll'0ll, lu-111111o11. l'a1.. 1001- 1010. l51-v:111u- l'l'0f0SS0l' of Moflf-1'11 l11111g.:1111gf-rn uf l4'1'1111kli11 111111 B1Ill'Sll1lll ill 1010: S1-1-vq-11 :ls M1-111114-1' of flu- I!o111'1l of' U01l1'l'0l mul of flu- 111111111 ol' GOV1'l'll0l'S mul is 11 11u-111lu-1' ol' flu- Afl1l1-fiv f'0Il1llliffl'f'. S1-4-11-fa11'y of l'1'1l1lSj'1VllIllll Cllllllfllllflllkl, 1003-1000. 1'l'I'Sl11Ollt 1000- 1013: Sf-1'v1-11 ns Eflifor of flu- L'Pl'llllSYI1'1llll1l Ullllllfllllllllllf' Il flnily llf'XVSDIlll0l'. 1'1'f-siflf-1111 of flu- lfluxff-1'11 Syllflll. 100-L-1005: M1-111111-1' of' flu- Stuff- Ilisforivall 11o111111issio11: lu01ll'l'll IAlllg'll1lf.Z'1' Assoc-ia1fio11 of flu- 1111111-11 Stuff-s: l'11i Kllllllll Slglllil F1-:nfl-1-11ify: l'l1i lim-f:1 Kup- 1111 1+'1'11f1-1'11ify of flu- U. of 1'.: 111111 also Il 1ll0lll1il'l' of flu- Masons 111111 01141 1-'Q-llows. lC1lito1'- ill-Vlllflf of flu- Voluuu-. 'lLllll1,'IlS1'l'l' 1'o1111fy in flu- World War." JOHN NICVIN SU1IAI'llf'l"1Cll. ll.l1iff., Oxon. I'l'of1'.-4.-1111' of flu- firm-l.' .I,1l11y1myN' and f1ifCl'llflIl'17 I:0l'll .luly 271. 1N82. in D1111vill1-. l'11. f11'1ul11:1f1-11 1'l'0lll l"1'11nlili11 111111 M111'sl111ll 1'oll1-go ill 10021 IIS Sa1l1lf11fo1'ia111. l11sf1'1u'fo1' in Vlussics 111' Millorsvillf- Sfufo N0l'lll2l1 School, 1003- 111115. Rluulvs Sf-l1ol111' :lf Oxford. 1005-100N: Ii:-1-1-ivf-41 111-1,511-o of li.l.iff., Uxforfl, 1008. In- S1'l'llC'lfll' in 11111111 nf 1+'1':111kli11 mul M:11'sl111ll A4'ildl'llly 1008-1000: lllS1'l'lll'1'0l' ill Classics. l'1'i1u-1-fo11 l'11iv1-1'sify. 1000-1010: l'1'o1'1-ssor ol' 1'l11ssi1-s :lf l"1'1111kli11 flllfl 0I1ll'SllIlll f1oll1-1.-:4- Sllli'0 1010: Ll'1'flll'l'1' ill flu- Il11i1'1-rsify of 1'f-1111sylv1111i11 Sllllllll0l' Sc-llool, 1023: l'1'f-siflf-111i L111u-usfm-1' Ilonrcl of 1611111-11tio11. Mm-111lu-1' l'l1i llc-fu K11111111: T1111 Ka111p:1 Alplm: 1'1ll'3l11iS1' Uluh: l'l'llllSXlV1llli1l Stuff- lC1lll1'1lfi0ll1ll Assoc-ia11io11: AIll0l'if'3lll Pl1iloIog1v11l Associ11f1o11: A1111-1'iv1111 f'l1lSSl1'ill lu-111.5111-: f'l11ssif'11l Assoc-i11fio11 of Miflfllf- AfI1111f.iu Stuff-N. IIUWARD l1lllS'I'f1l. 1114081-I. JR., AAI. I'l'of1'.-mo1'0f llrf' Hllfllihfll Iul11y11uy1' mul ,f1Hf'l'llll1l'I' Horn July 2. 1880, S1ll'1lf'01.E2I Slll'lll11S. N. Y. Gl'Ilf1ll1l11'1l 1'l'1llll l11'ow11 l'lllVl'l'Nllj' 111 1003 wifh flu- 111-g1'f-0 ol' l'l1.ll.: R1-of-in-fl A.M. 1'l'0lll l'1'i1u-f-1o11 ll11l1'01'si1y, 1011: I11s11'1u"1o1' ill I'1ll5.fliSll 111 lirown 1711111-1'sify for six J'1'1ll'S. Vlllllll fo l4'1'1111kli11 a11ul Al1l1'Sll2l1l i11 1015-1 us l'1-o1'1-ssor ol' flu- l+1111.:lisl1 l11111g.:11:1g1- 111111 11111-11111111-. Xl1'1ll1Il'l' of' flu- lu-1111 1'l1i l4'1':1f1-1'11ify. l'I1lifo1' of "SlN'f'lllll'llN of l41111.:lisl1 f'o11111osif1o11s." NVILIJAM EDWIN NVlClS1ll'lIill1'lli. BLS. l'1'of1-.-ffmr of fr-'lll"lIlf8fl'1l Horn nf llll1'llf'l'N1llll'LL'. l':1. Gl'1l1lllIlf1'fl 1-1'0lll Fl'llllklill 111111 011113112111 ill 1012 wifh IILS. 411-gm-1-: lim-41-i1'f-41 BLS. 1'1'o111 1-'1'1111kli11 auul DI1ll'Sll1lll ill 10131: Sflulif-fl 2114 Uol11111l1ia1 U11iv1-1'- Sify. Assoviuff- l'1'off-xsor of f'lu-misfry uf l4'1'1111kli11 mul AI1ll'S1l1ll1 si1u-1- 1014. Ml-111lu-1' 01' A1111-1'i1':111 f'lu-111i4':1l Sovif-fy: l'l1i Ifilllllfl 'l':1ll 111111 P111 Bc-fu lillllllll l1'1'11tf-1'11itios. TIWIARLES ICIJWARID MIGYICRS, A.M. l'rofcx.-for of Ellyli.-111, Horn l"0ll1'1I1ll'j' 20. 1800. I11lIlOVl'l'. Pu. G1'1u11u1f1-11 l'I'0lll F1'1111kli11 llllll Manrslmll Col- I1-'1-. 1002. with AJS. 111--'11-1-: 411'1u11111f4-11 from flu- l':1lSf0l'll Tlu-olog.-:ic-111 S1-111i11111'y, 11:111- 1-. n C1lSfl'l'. l'11.. 1005: Rf-cf-111-fl A.M. 1'1'o111 I,llliV0l'S1fj' of Pl'llllSj'1V!llll:1, 1015. IllS1'l'lll'1T0l' 1117 Yf-1111-S School, L1lllf'1lSf1'l'. Pu.. 1000-1003: IllStl'llCf0l' York County Ac-aulf-1115g,x -1000: Pusfor E1111111111114-1 R4-fo1-11u-11 f'lll1l'I'll. York, Pu.. 1005-1000: PHSTOI' St- W 11111111-11, Pllllllflffllllllll. Pu.. 1000-1010: Il1SU'l1CI'0l' in E11glisl1, U1 ' . , ,,. EU. 1010-1016: Pl'0f1'SS0l' of I-Inglisll, F1':111kli11 mul RI2l1'Sll1l1l Colle ni l , flu- I':11':ulis0 Club. 72' T011 leave of absence. -ii IE Seventeen . .F .NM1 in , J i Vllf' -""-bJ111 11r4i111l1l1l1l1l11J11 .LW Q f f' 145V -z-L",-f"9'Y" . M, ,,, I. af- f-.L:',,,-,.., - " 'g-75ffL'k 55-- - E 1 1 . r I 1-'Qc mn. MMR-D WILLIAM FRANKLIN LONG. AB. I'1'11f1-mul' of .1l11lI11v1111zt11-3 111111 .'18fI'01l0lHjl 1111111 April 18, 1871. 111-111' 1111y1-1-111w11. 111-1-ks 1'1111111y, P11. 1111111-1'o11 Kutztown State N111111111 8111111111 i11 1887: '1'11111:11t 111 1'l11'1ll s1-1111111s 1111'c1- yours: G1'I111l1Ilf011 f1'11111 K111z1111r11 N01111111 with 111111111's 111 18111: '1'1111g111 for 11111 j'1'111'8 111111 1-1111-1'1-11 1-'1'1111k1111 111111 Bl1l1'8111111. 1811-1-: XV1111 1111- Gl'1'l111ll1 l'1'1z1- 111111 g1'1111111111-11 111 18117. 11l'11V1'1'1l1f.! 1111- 8111111111111'y 11r11111111 111 Gl'1'1111l11, 81-1-v1-11 118 1'1'i111-111111 111' 1111- J111111s111w11 1111.111 81-1111111. 18117-11108: '1'1111g111 M111111-- 11111111-s 111 1'1ff811111'j.!11 1'1-1111-111 1-111:11 81-1111111. 11108-111183 Agsmm-11 flu- 1111111-s of 1'1'11f1-ssor of BI1lf11l'111111'11'8 111111 1111-1-111111' of 11111111-1 81-111111 f11l8l'1'V1l111l'j' 111 1"1'1111kli11 111111 211118111111 111 11118. T111111 jl'1'I1111111f0 1-11111's1-s 111 M111111-11111111-s 111 1111- 1711111-1'si1'y 11f 1'i1ts11111'1.:11 111111 ill As11'111111111y 111 1111- A1111g:111-11y U11s1-1'1'111111'y: A111-11111-11 s111111111-1' s1-ss11111s 1117 I11Ill'V1l1'11. 1'111'111-11. C1111'11g11. U111v111's11y 111' 1'1-1111sy1v1111i11 111111 l'1111111111i11 I'111V1'l'81fj'. 510Il11101' 111 11111 8ig11111 P1 11'1'111o1'11i1y. 1'11Z'1'1C11 MONRUI-I 11A1111U1.1J. 1'11.11., AAI.. 81-.11. I'1'0f1'x.v111' of Hlllll'1llilHlf 111111 l'x111'l111l11y1l 1111111 N111'1-111111-1' 17. 1873, 1'11111111-1'1111111 Cllllllfy. 1111111111111-11 1'1'0111 M1111-rsvillo 811111- N01'11l11l 81-1111111. 111-111-1v1-11 1'11.11. f1'11111 1-'1'1111111111 111111 1I111'8111l11 f'l1ll1'fI1'. 81111111-11 111 Gl'1ll1- 111111-K81-1111111s 111' f'1111'1lf,.E11 1'11i1'1-1's11y. 1'111v1-1-sity 111 1'1-1111sy11'1111111. 111111 II1l1'VI11'11. 1701.11-1-1-ss 1'11.1-. fl". 111111 M-1 I AAI. fI1I1l'1'1l1'111 : 80.11. 111'. 111111 31.1. '1'1l115.Z11f 111 1'1111li11 81-1111111s, 18111- 185111 M1111-1's1'1110 811111- N111'111111 81-1111111. '1'1-111-111-1'. 18118-11111213 811111-1'i1111-11111-11t 111' Tl'111111111.'f 81:1111111. 11105-11111: 1'1'1111-111111 111' N01'1l1111 81-1111111, 11112-11118. 01111111 E11111-11111111111 11111-1'1111'. 11118-111111. f'1ll1111 M1-11111-. Army Y. M. U. A. 1'l'0f1'S80l' 111 11111111-11111111 111111 1'sy1-1111111gy 111 11'1'1111k1i11 111111 311l1'8111l11 s1111'1- 81-1111-111111-1'. 111111. Bll'11l111'1' 11f P111 111-111 K11111111 F1'1111-1'11i1y of l"1'1111k1111 111111 5111181111112 l,1ll'11l1181' l'l1111: 1.1f1- Al1'l1l1l1'1' of l'1'l1ll8j'1Vllll111 8111111 11111111-11111111 As- s111'111111111: BIl'l1111l'1' of N11111111111 11111111-:1111111 ASS111-1111111111 M1-111111-1' 111 1?11111111'y Life Associa- 111111 of A111l'l'1l'1l. HUWA1111 111'1"I'8 11A1WAK113. A.M. 111-un nf lI11' 1'11ll1'g1' 111111 l'1'I1f1'.w1w' uf I"1'1'n1'l1 11111-11 M115' 1. 1878, f1l'1'1'11l'1l8111'. 1'11. 111'111111:111-11 1'1'll111 x11'l'1'1'1'81l111'l.I AL'11111'111j'. 18117. 111-- 1-1-11'1-11 11.11. 111-g1'1-1- 111 1'l'1l11'l'1'K111. 18111 : AAI. 1'1'U111 1'ri111-1-11111. 1111143 1111111111111- Work 111, 11111- 1'1-1's11y 11f 1'1'l11l8j'l1'111111l. 1111-1-117111. 11121-11122: 1l1S11'111'f01' 111 8y1'11111 1'1'111'1'812lll1. 1'111l1-1.11-. l11'11'111. 111111-111114: 111-1111 111 11111111 l11'1111l'1'111l'111. Bl1'1'1'l'1'811111'j.f A1-11111-111y. 11104-11108: S0111Il1' b111811'l'. 11111'1'is11111'g.: A1'11111'111y, 1111111-111111: 111-:111 111141 1'1'111'1-ss111- 111' 1-'r1-111-11 111 11'1'1111kli11 111111 11.1113111111 si111-1- 111111. M1-111111-1' 1'1:1ss11':11 A881l1'12l1'1011 M1111111- A1111111i1- 811111-sz 1'1-1111sy11'1111111 811111- 11111111-11111111111 Ass111-i11111111. P111 111-1111 K11111111, 1'11i 111-111 K11111111 111111 11111 P111 K11111111 S11111111 1-'1'1111-1'111ti1-s. M1T1'111'11. 1'Al11101,11. I'11.1J. If. I-'. l"1l1-l1'1'11II11lI, -lr.. I'1'11f1'.wxn1':1l1i11 nf Biology 11111'11 July 7, 1885, 1.'111111l1l'11111111. l':1. 111'll1111I1fl'11 with 11.8. 1'1-11111 1111111-1's11y 111 1'1'111l85'1- 1'11l1111, 111011, 1101-1-1v1-11 111-1.-:1'1-1- 111' 1'11. 11. f1'01l1 1'. 11f 1'., 151151: 1111r1'1s1111 F1-l111w 111 Z11111111.-gy, 1'. 111 1'. 111111 y1-:11'sJ. T1-111-111-1' 111 l'11il11111-11111111 P1111111- 81-11111118 111v1- y1-111's1 3 Assis111111 111 Z1111111gy 1117 1111- 11111v1-rsity 111' 1'1-1111sy1v1111111 111111' J'1'1ll'1I Assistant 8111111 11111111111111111.:ist i11 1111- 811111- nf N1-w .11-rsvy 11111'1-1- X1'1ll'81I l'1'111'1-ss11r 111' l1111l11gy llf l"1'1111k1111 111111 M111's1111l1 ' 1 ' ' I '111111 N 111 I':Xf1'1l 11y1111 111111 1111 111x11'11 T1-111111 ill 1111- S111-1'11111to1.:enoS1s if 1 lll 1 .P111 N111s11111111 Must 1111," "M11s1111i111 1'111111'111: P1-111111-111 1111 11111 New , 11, 1!1v1-l'," 1-11'. 3I1'11111l'1' 111' A1111-1'11'1111 Ass111'11111011 for 1110 A11- - 111111 8111-11-ty llf M1111111111111gix1s: 31111-11111 11111111g11'111 L1111111'111111'yg 1-1-11 ' 11111- 1-111t11111111111:1s1sg A1111-1'11-1111 G1-111-tic A880C11lt1011Q 1111111111111 ornities. 731 K3 , V E1gl1leen 11 11 I1 Illllv 'fl V: sm- 1.11 . '11 .. - 111.': "1 -11-111 1- - .1 If 1 "I ,I 1f 11- 1 - :k i111'1- " . . :ffm ' V- . '111 - -- '111 111 1'-11,11, .,,,-.,-35:31 ' , .e::r usa: nz.-::. . , .r "' 5... I 13, - ' I ' f f- -!w"g41':f'1' '-,ff 1' 1- , 11-8 111 1 I 1 . . . -. .. . -A 1 1- .. "1-'7i'T!!4'-3 .-W 'L f . ig- .I-.ig-:Q'1"'-J f 1 ll S., -,pf .111 III T 1' A 1 T 11 , - , - if-- :,.,,, -gtk Q 'km - -1:: .-. .- ' -' x Y . I QQ mn. MMR 37"o'M'i'i"'i PIORAUE RIGIIARIJ BARNES, A.M. PI'UfU880l' of .ldconomicx mul I3'axiacxs .lldmiaistrafion, Born May 8. 1887. Haddonfield. N. J. Graduated from University of Pennsylvania with A.l+l. degree, 1911. Received Harrison Scholarship in Psychology at the Graduate School of the llniversity of Pennsylvania. receiving his A.M. in 191.3g llarrison Fellow in Economics from 1913-19153 Special Secretary, Navy Y. M. G. A.. Norfolk. Virginia. 19129 Head of Commercial Department, Peddie Institute, Ilightstown. N. J., 1915-1916. ln charge of Accounting and Statistics in hoth day and evening schools at Drexel Institute, 1916- 1918. Acceptedthe Professorship of Economics at Pennsylvania Military College in April. 1918. Accepted the position of llursar at Il. ot' P. in 19195 Director of Curtis Publishing t1ompany's lloys' Camp, Sunnncrs of .191-t and 1917: Vice-President Lancaster COIIIIU' Council. Boy Scouts of America: Served with the Food Administration in charge of Sugar Distrihution in Delaware Co.. Pa., Summer ot' 1918: Worked in the otlice and on the road for Pennsylvania Military College, Summer of 19193 Professor of Economics and Business Administration at Franklin and Marshall since 1921. Vice-President Grand Chapter Phi Sigma Kappa. Memher Phi Sigma Kappa Fraternity: Memher lloard of Directors and Chairman Educational Committee Lancaster Advertisers t'luh: Memher American Eco- nomic Association and Pennsylvania State 1'1ducational Association. 1'I'IlLll' WARNER IIARRY, l'h.ll. l'rofcx.vor of Nonumcc Ilanyzmycs Horn August 9, 1879, near llaltimore. Md. Graduated with A.l'l. degree t'rom .lolms llopkins l'nive1-sity. Received 1'h.D. from Johns Hopkins. specializing in French and Spanish. Studied at the Sorhonne, Paris. and at the llniversity of Madridg also followed special Sununer Vourses in the Alliance Francaise, Paris: Ecole des Langues. Rome: Mctlill lfniversity and Middlebury College. Served overseas as Y. M. fl. A. worker with the French Army tFoyer du Soldatl 3 Director ot' Education at the Foyer du Soldatz et du Marin at Toulon after the Armistice was signed. Instructor in Romance Languages at: the l'niversity of Uincinnati and Northwestern llniversity: Assistant Professor ot' Ro- mance Languages at the llniversity ot' Pittshugh: Associate Professor of Romance Lang- uages at tfolhy College. Fame to Franklin 'and Marshall in Septemher, 1922, as Professor ot' Romance Languages. Edited several text hooks t'or class use. hoth French and Span- ish: his Dona Perfecta t'l'he Drama ol' tlaldasl is in preparation t'or the press. Memher ot' the Modern Language Association of North America: American Academy ot' Political and Social Science and ot' the Alpha and Lainhda Chi Alpha Fraternities. IHILLIN LANDIS UIIARLES. A.M. l'rofc.Q.wn' of ,l'l:y.si1's and .Mlcclricily Horn November 26, 1885. llcthlehem. l'a. Graduated from Lehigh University with A.ll. degree. Received A.M. from Lehigh. Studied at Columhia University. Prot'essor of Physics at Lehigh lTniversity. tlame to Franklin and Marshall as Professor of Physics and Electricity. Septemher. 1922. Po-author of Franklin, Mac-Nutt and Charles. "Cal- culus," Memher of Phi lleta Kappa: American Physical Society: American Mathematical Association: American Museum of Natural History: Society for Promoting Engineering Education. Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science. ICDXVARD LEE LANt'lASfl'EIL. TLS. in E. .lxxixlunl l'rofc.ssor of lfuxiacss .-trlmiaislrulion, J ,. 1 ,f M Born August 12. 1898, Philadelphia. Pa. Graduated from Iilnivcilggi 3, I'ennsylvaiii1rg'4 1929. Instructor one year in Business Administration at Carolinii 'State ,WY ege. Came to Franklin and Marshall as Assistant Professor of Business Amliliixu-e . .' n' arilr: .ii 1922. Memher of the Pi Kappa Phi and Delta Sigma Phi FI'8tC1'Il' --Al H ' '- 1' .LI ' M5 Nineteen, -""""" d' lu wi 4...f?f : 3. 5 . gig, .gf "T I P A A X n r ' 1 'ld' KC RIPL MMR J ART!-IVR KING KITNKICL. A.M. .-lsxixfunf ,I'1'ofc.w.-un' of Idconomics Born Scptcinhcr 14. 1894. Ilurrislmrg. Pu. Grncluntvtl from Frunklin und Mursluill lfollcge with AJS. tlogu-v, 1915. ltccuivvtl A.M. troni I"ra1nklinund Murshull in 1920. Studied nt Dickinson Luw School und Uolninhin Vnircrsity. Tnught ut tho llnrrishurg Acnclciny. Uunu- to l"r:inklin und Murshull us Assistunt Profcssor ot' Economics. Scptcnl- hcr, 1922. Moinhcr ot' Phi Knppn Signm Frntornity: Alncricnn Politicul 81-icncc Associat- tion: Ann-ricnn Acaulciny ol' Politicul und Soc-inl Science. ALEXANDER Tl DTI-I l'1-ofcxrmr of Iluuyuriuu llouyuuyc and Lilcrulurn Grmluuto of lk-ln-oczcn. Iflinigury: Post-Grnclualtc Study ut Gcncvu, SWlfZl'l'lIllltl. Uunn' to lfrunklin nnrl Murshull in 1922 us Profossor ot' I-Iunguriun Luliguugc und llitoruturo in connvction with l"runklin und Murshull Acaulclny und the Thcologicnl Soininury. ANIDRIGW GEHR TRITXAL, A.l!. Ill-Ntfl'Ill'f0l' in .llisfory Born l"ohr1n1ry 2. 1999. llroonslnnu, Pu. l'1'cp:1i'm-cl ut Grccnshmg Hiyrh School und cntcrocl Frunklin null Marshall in 1916. Grauhnitctl with Ilonors. 1920. Plntvrcd Theo- logical Soininury. 1929. Grncluutccl in 1923. Ht'l'llllll' Instructor in History ut Frunklin und Murshull. 81-ptonihcr, 1922. Mclnhcr Phi lit-to Kuppu mul Phi Kuppu Psi 1"ruturnitics. l'II.IJAI'I l'lVl'lltl'l'l"1' KICIGSGIC, Ph.D. 1'rofcssor of I'lrilrmopl:y Q Horn ut Mt-Miclnu-ls, Pu.. Novcinhcr 4. 1876. Grmluntctl froin l"ralnklin unil Murshull Uolltuxc, l'lnss of 1898. with llonors. Grntlnutocl from thc Tlu-ologicul Svininury, Lun- custor, Pu.. in 1991. Gl'lltlllIlfPtl from tho Grauluutc School of the Vnivcrsity of Pcnnsyl- vunin with tho tlcpwco of l'h.lJ. in 1913. In 191-i pnhlishocl ix volulnc on "lninninucl Kunt's lloctrino of 'l'hcolog.:y." ln 1922 puhlislu-tl u volulnc. "Tho t'hurch und thc Evvr-Uoiuing Kingdoni ot' Goal." AIUIIIIIPI' ol' thc Allll'l'it'Illl At'tltlt'lllX ot' Sociul unll Politicul Scioncc. For thrcc yours prior to cunning to lfrxinklin und Murshnll t'oll4-go us Profcssor of Philosophy in 1923 hc wus Prvsiilvnt of tho Pcnnsylvunin District for thc NVorhl Alliuuco for thc l'ro- lnotion olf Intcrnutionul Fricndship und tlootl NVill. Mcnihor Phi Bctu Kuppu Fl'tlfl'l'lliU'. 1'Al'lt MUYICR l.IMlll'Ili'1'. l!.D., A.M. l'roff'.vsol' of li'1'l'iyfol1- Born Moy 27. 1897. Grow Pity. Pu. l'rcp:ircil ut tlrccnvillo lligzh School und Mcrccrs- hur,f: Acurlciny. Hriuluutvd from Frnnklin :intl Murshull Polls-g.:c with A.H. dcxxrcc, 1918, th-Iircring Mnrshull Urntion :intl Vulcalim-tory. liulistocl in Voust Artillcry Corps. Junc. 1918. tTonnnissionvd 211 liicut. U. A. Instructor in Oriontution ut Utlicors' Trnining School, Fort Monrov. Vu. St-rroal in thc Ariny Y. M. t'. A. for eight months in 1919. stutionctl ut Uunip I'pton. Griulunta-tl froin lflnsts-rn Tlicolofricul Svminury with 15.17. dc- grcc, 1922. Roca-ircml A.M. tlogroo from Frnnklin und Murslnlll Polls-go in 1922. Pustor St. John's Roforxnccl Church. Pottstown. Pu.. 1922-1923. Took gzrauhnitc work ut Union Thoologicnl St-niinury, Now York, mul Touchcrs' Uolh-go, Colulnhiu University. 1922-1923. spcciulizing: in Rm-ligious lflflucution. Rcccivoml ILD. tlcgrvo froin Union Scniinury. 1923. Profcssor of lioligion ut Frnnlclin :intl Murshnll t'olh-go sincc 1923. Mclnhcr of Rvligious ldclucution Association und of tho Connnission on Wccluluy Rt-ligious Education of thc Roforinod t'hurch in l'. S. Mcnihor ot' Phi Kuppu Tun. Phi lit-tu Kuppu und Tun Knppn Alphu Frutornitios. 5, ROBERT UOMMINGS ZEUI-IER. A.H. lg f'N Instructor in .llutlzcnmfics 1 lfelh Bori '1n1ry 2 ' D-l, Luncnstor, Pu. Gruduntctl with iirst honor ut Lnncnstcr High oo I innklin und Mnrshull Collcgo in 192-l: Bccaunc Instructor in u l Mnrshnll Uollt-gc. Sl'pf0lllll0l', 1925. BIPIIIIIOI' of Phi Knppu I H xi J tcrnitics. ' I . 1 5 ,,..n ku 1. ,TLM ,-.- - M H5 335 EE Tm"'l' ' mf" f s Y H ul?CGO1ZIPL Mun-Vi' 7 ' R101-IAlili LEE S'l'Alil.lN1iS, M.S. l'rofc.vxor of 'Nllllllfkllf Born July 31, 1900, Uolumhus. Miss. G1'a1l1u1l'v1l from Franklin Acadcmy: Univcrsity ot? Virginia. 1918-1923: B.S. and M.S. from U. ol' Virginia: instructor in Indiana Unirvr- sity. 1923-192-1-3 Instructor in Spanish at Franklin and Marshall Collcgc, 192-L-: M1-mhcr of Phi licta Kappa and Sigma Eta Ilpsiloa lf'ratm-rnitics: b1l'lllllt'l' of ltavcn Som-it-ty and Collanadc Club. PAUL NISLEY LANDIS, 1'h.D. Pl'0fl'-9-VUI' 'ini Englisll, BOTH Allgllst S, 1393, at Womelsdorf, Pa. Hraduatcd from Franklin and Marshall College with A.B. dcgrce in 1913: A.M., Franklin and Marshall Colh-go in 1915: Ph.1D. in English from the University of Illinois, 1923: Taught at Franklin and lllarshall Acadomy. 1913-1916. Assistant in English at tho lfnirvrsity of Illinois. 1910-1923: Instructor at University of Illinois, 1923-192-1. BIUIIIIIUI' oi' l'hi Rota Kappa. Phi Eta, 'Pau Kappa Alpha and Phi Kappa Sigma Fratcrnitios. ROBERT JAMES PILGIQAM .Al lurnai Sf'0l'l2ftlil'1l Born August 15, 1877, at Grocnvillc. Pa. Prcparcd at lf'1'anklin and Marshall Academy, 1892-189-1: was graduatcd from lf'ranklin and Marshall lfolh-gc with thc dcgrcc ol' A.l4. in 1898, and from tho Theological Seminary ot' thc liofornn-d Uhurch, Iiancastcr. 1'a. in 1901 I Served the following pastoratcs: Gracc ltcfornicll Church. lialtimorc, Md.. 1901-1900: First R0f01'lll0tl Church. Uarlislc. Pa., 1900-1912: ltcformcd Church of tho Asc-cnsion. Pittshui-gh, Pa.. 1912-1917: St. Pctl-r's R1-l'ormcd Church. 1917-192-L Prcsidcut ol' Uarlislc Ulassis, Reformed Church, 1911. Alla-ghcny Ulassis, 1917. 1'1'4-sidcnt Franklin and Mar- shall Alumni Association. 1921-1924, Sccrm-tary Franklin and Marshall Alumni Associa- tion, 1918-1921. and 192-L: Svc-rotary ol' Thcological Scminary Alumni Association, 1918---. Secrctary Board of Education, Eastcrn Synod ol' thc Rcforincd Church, 1923: Mcmhvr ot' Phi Kappa Sigma Fratcrnity. CHARLES DEWEY SPO'lF'l'S, A.l1. In.wIruf-for in Biology 150111 ADI'il 26, 1399. t'amhridgc, Pa. Prcparcd at 'lfcrro Hill Iligh School. Millcrsvillc State Normal School, 191S. Graduatcd from Franklin and Marshall Uollcgc with A.li. dv- grve in 1922. Entvrcd Thcological Scminary 1922. Taught Public School for two ycars la-forc cntcring Uollcgc. lim-camo Instructor in lliology at Franklin and Marshall in 1923. Momhcr of Phi Kappa Tau Fratcrnity: Sl'I'l'i'flll'j'-'l'l'02lSlll'l'l' ol' thc Graduatc Council of Xi tfhaptcr of Phi Kappa Tau. Mcmlwr of Phi llcta Kappa Fratcrnity: Pastor St. Pcte-r's Rcforinod Church. SIVICRT NIELSICN HAGEN, l'h.l1. 1'r0fes.9or of Enylixll. Born at Milan, Minn.. Sl'1lt'0lllll0l' 4. 1872. Graduatcd from Wilhnar Scminary, 1S9Z2. and rcceivcd the dcgrco of A.l1. from lmthci' Uollcgc, Iowa. in 13901, am lQ,gl.l.!g'JQQ',1J-1: Ph.D. in English from Johns Hopkins Univvrsity in 1900. Ins Ahetoijjn H 1 ish-at th YL Statc University of Iowa. 1900-1905: Associate Editor ot EX?l'fC!Si'1'lf'Sf1'1'Jl , ian-jij2higl5117 dolphin, 1905-1906: Instrlu-tor, latcr Assistant Profcssor of ,iglis11.ai1cl.,,G Ill, Vaxnxltiffgy-H hilt Univcrsitv, 1900-1910: Profvssor of English. G4-ttyshurg Col1cgc."191-0- Fufg Iliigiesioi of English. Franklin and Marshall Uollc-gc. 1924. Mcmhcr ol' thc Mor 'l'l nw , ' 1 - ciation: Contributor to Amorican and Europcan pcriodicals: gil 35" 'ix ,115g2v v . , . ' V ' v' - - ' - - v ' i-'. .n- -.gg g,,,, W '.f. lltlfkllllty and ot Sigma Upsilon 111ate1nit5. xl S q - nl 1 L2 , V 'II Ii i Kssm- Qll 5 1 , H I , rx . ' .. . L N , 1- 1 25: fi' 1 ll-1' - ivy 'l is hi if TWH!!! one ' ' was f i :Q Q12 :f 4 u .,fgQ2Er1sf2Q?t5 i'!,'...-"ii 3' " .1 -4.. ti.. Lrg., ,.."-. . Ht, ','i,1f'1,g-.'2.,.4, 4-ag-ar f 'f -va -1 1 2. 0341 vm - 1 . .- " -rf-fi K lv 1 L 'Mi fi' W ti llliilllvll E. fkv lu-Nl I 056 1 M gill 1 6 ,Raya 5 411 sssr'qGo1z1PL' MMP:-7 1 RUSSEL ll. STURGIS, M.S.. Ph.D. l'l'ofw,w.sor' of l,'I14'mi.gl,-y Born Wihningtzon, Del.. .Inly 9. IN97. tlraulnntn-nl from llnivvl-sity ot' Dolnwnro 1919: M.S. from University of Pmnlsylvnnin in 1921. l'h.ll. from University of Poinisylvnnin in 1924, Uoinwetm-cl with Exln-1'i1x1v11ta1l Station: Instructor ot' l'hun1istry in University of Pcnnsylvunin. 1921-192-lg lnstrnm-tor in Ulu-inistry ut Frnnlclin und Mnrshnll llollvsw. 192-1-: M1-inlwr ot' Aim-rivnn t'ln-niic-nl Soc-if-ty. UlIAltl.l'IS WlI,l.lAM MAYSIGII .1ll1lr'Ii1: 1Jirf'1-lor ' Gruduntu New Hnvvn Nornml School. Gyninnstics. 1901. Special work nt Yule Uni- versity, 1900, 1901, 1902. Assistnnt Athlvtics und GylllllllSfiCS nt Yule, 1900-1903. Conch Footlmll, 1Villiston. Newark Ai'll1l0llll'. Tonic Svhool, Iowa Stnto. Athletic lbirvc-tor lown Stntv. Athletic- llirom-tor nt Franklin nnfl Mui-slinll Vollogo since Svptenllrvr, 1923. HARRY 1Jll'l'l'Z Wl'll,l.lClt .flxxinlrlnl ,lllllvliw llirvvfrn' Born 11001-iilln-1' 29, 1890, l,mn-ustvr Vo.. Pu. Grmlimtwl from Millersville Stuto Nor- lllllll AB. from Alln'i1,:ht Uollogv: Print-ipnl of Qnnrryvillo Iliprh School from 1904 to 1908. Tuught ut llniwnstvr I-ligh School from 1908-1924: Athletic Dix-vc-tor. Moinhor of Knppn llpsilon Phi und Lions I'luh. lf'm-v Mnson. FACULTY MEMBERS INJURED Professor Herbert H. Beck, head of Chemistry Department, and Pro- fessor Charles E.. Meyers, of the English Department, were seriously injured in an automobile accident while on the way to witness the Dickinson--F. and M. football game at Carlisle, on October ll, l924. Professor Beck suffered injuries of the head, and Professor Meyers a fractured pelvis. both of which threatened serious consequences. At the present time, however, both have prac- tically recovered, although they were forced to suspend their duties for the year. Mrs. Meyers, w fwaialso a member of the party, was slightly injured, and and rs ber escaped without inyuries although suffering from wif 1' will reassume their duties next fall TJ I A, f f ,y Twenty Two W f E ff lllwhg ,fyf 1 ,f ,U-4 , , ff 4 . ,, . . . . . P ie, M . , alf,g,.,, , !' f - :Q R . . . . 'FL' 1 ' qaf r:ni-1i1':1"x..:.- 9. .,,A, 1, , , ., , . , . l4','I- -I ! I ,......-....1...... 51, li? 242.13 -:- - " " " ' f"f A 33: . -:sn . ' ' , --- .14 V, .. f 1?1Qf'.f:hj,"':l ' , - : ',. :gl -. 1 , , 9',,'1.fJ'e1", - - Z- .e-, a .1 " 1' . 4'-Q 1 :,q-5,15 -15, - 1 ,f ig v. ,' ,-cg' 5:-1 af.,FL'.:.' I ' . f . " H -' .-311-5, en- -. . I -s 1r' :- 'if3I'v?,i+!fQ 2 , 1 li 5' 1 V' 6-f 1.1. 1 fr -. M167- 1- , , 1 - :al r. f,.3,,-3 su.: - 1 f . l ,1'iU'2iv'-I r " . 1 - . ff 1, .-. .9 g 1 '1 g 4. .Q-. ,,. ,fimn ., . ,- x f 1 ,, l. mn.. .25 -. 4. 3 f y7:s.::5'T2 .1 f" ' " ' .N , 1 --'., ii I ' ., -, . , 1 . .f-4'Q"W?..1:1.r' il" 1:4 i - 1 l K. -1 A E -, Twenty Three CC OIZIPL' MMR' Cl College Directory BOARD OF GOVERNORS REPRESENTING THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES S. R. Zimmerman, Esq. C. N. Wenrich, Pl'x.D. REPRESENTING THE ALUMNI Charles P. Stahr, Sc.D. T. B. Appel, Sc.D. REPRESENTINC THE FACULTY Howard R. Omwake C. W. Mayser REPRESEINTING THE STUDENTS J. E. Geesey P. A. Kunkel, Jr. V. B. Faust BOARD OI" CONTROL REPRESENTING THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES C. G. Baker, Esq. W. H. Hager F. L. Windolph, Esq. REPRESENTING THE FACULTY A. K. Kunkel E. L. Lancaster R. J. Pilgram REPRESENTING THE STUDENTS . .. 55-ee, Ei Ilxillck T ' ' ' SO" A ., - .- .l. N. Leinbach ' 5.5 "" """ if i"h-'l- A L. H. Rupp I' Tfii- " L",-L -fl' Lie' A ,, . , I . - EE if lgl lil fr lil Ll , -. -. e ' ' gf ' . eff-Lfif' :1,.f.. 11z 'f ,rbi of - Wg' K x KCORIFIIAMME DJ 1, - 1 BOOK II The Classes weree-1'QcomrL'AmMno3 -F F r Seniors Colors Molto GARNET AND WHITE LABOR OMNIA VINCIT OFFICERS President: J. E. GEESEY Vice-President: V. B. FAUST Secretary: J. C. TRUXAL Treasurer: S. E.. MUNsoN Board of Control: S. M. HAUCK Historian: R. W. SCHEFFER Poet: H. E. WIEAND STATISTICS Freshman Year Won the Tie-up, 33-l 'Won the Football Game, I3-6 Banquet at Stevens House, April 5, I922 Inaugurated "Poverty Day," October 29, i922 Sophomore Year Won the Tie-up, 23-I5 Tied the Football Game, 0-0 Banquet at Hotel Weber, March I, I923 Published Sophomore Calendar funior Year Published the Oriflamme of 1925 Junior Hop at Stevens House, February I, l924 1 Senior Year ff" 4 f ff 'W-.t, 1 Senior Prom, june 5, 1925 Ag, Ke I ' .9 T"'c"'9 We Illllllllllll llIIIIlllllIlIIllIllllllllllllhlllllllllllllllllillll 'N' G 2 'QQWEF-,a , 1 , , firm. . fm f I . at f g ,, . . .I ,, .1- 9 5: , ,W I ,Q ?3'3--!m".::.::- 'lr u . F '+ "'7'ZA 1 "Q :'a."..'a.'1: wt-' lygfvhrnfish I"f'l"q ' xi, fx K "GW 'ffg X x SENIORS NIARTIN G' IIOOVER I.. FAUST SCIIMIDT HORN PILGHRT KNOLL SIIERTS GARRIGUES LAUCK RUKKIIOLDER DRIQNNEN SIIONTZ BRIDHNBAUGII PICKEL TRONBLY TRUXAI. HOLLAND R0'I'IlliRMliL Rl"l'lI FISSEI. MANTZ GACKENRACH E. XYEAVER ZECIIER SCHEFFER SEABIAN P. HOOVER KOOSER NIADIIERA LAMM LOXVRIGHT CONNELL MA'I"l'ERNliS C. HOOVER SHENK BIQTZ GREESEY LINIBERT HILL IIONARIAN L. MILLER ROBB MOUL BECKER FVNCK YANDEVERE BAKER XVALBURN NOLL f X I ' 1 l N QQORIPLKMME D5 Senior Statistics THOMAS OCDEN AMELIA February 25, 1901 New York, N, Y, 112 K XII: Class President QI1 : Senior Dance Committee Q41: Student-Weekly Stafl Ql,2,31 : Black Cat Society, President Q21 : Varsity Track Ql,21 : Varsity Tenni, QI1: Football Squad Ql,21: Class Football Q1,21: Class Basketball QI1: Pre. pared at Mercersburg Academy: B. S. in Ee. Course. The Mexican Hairless. WILLIAM BROSIUS ARNOLD January 20, 1904 Lancaster, Pa. A X A: Business Manager Sophomore Calendar Q21 : Joint Editor Orillamme Q31 : College Band Q2,3,41: Diagnothian Literary Society Ql,21, Mock Trial Q2,3,41: Prepared at Lancaster Hgh School: A. B Course. A star of the first magnitude-in the constellation Taurus. FRED V. BAKER August 14, 1898 Abbottslown. Pa. Prepared at Millersville State Normal School and the University of Pennsylvania: Entered Sophomore Year: A. B. Course. He malfes mountains out of ant hills. CLIFFORD PERRY BALCH 'March 5, 1899 Westfield, Pa. Diagnothian Literary Society Q31 : Square and Compass Club Q3,41: Prepared at Mansfield State Normal School and the University of Pennsylvania: Entered junior Year: A. B. Course. Spends most of his time dreaming. HEBER WEIDLER BECKER June 28, 1904 Mount Hope, Pa Prepared at Manheim High School: B. S. Course. Mount Hope? Oh, yes-over against Manheim. . HOWARD ARTHUR BRETTLE June 12, 1900 Castile, N. Y. A TA: Prepared at Genesee Wesleyan Seminary: Entered Senior Year: A. B. Course. Wisdom stallfeth among us on stilts. ELVIN P. BRIDENBAUGH May 28, 1902 Martinsburg, Pa. Williamson Gridiron Staff Q41: Diagnothian Literary Society Ql,2,3,41, Mock Trial Q1,2,3,41: Baseball Squad Ql,2,3,41 : Student Senate Q41 : Assistant Cheer- leader Q31 : Prepared at Morrison Cove Vocational School: B. S. Course. 1'm monarch of all I survey-but l'm so small it doesn't mean much. GEORGE BROWN II December 31, 1899 Q 5, Mtf g1oy,'iPfaZLf X 'Di Vaffiity Football t1,2,3J: Black Cat Society Q214 T tmaster Sophomore? Banquet Q21: Prepared at Mt. Joy High School: B. SQ Co " ,,,,,, . A 9' His results come from lviml-not lvorl 5 'T "-' ' Twenty Seven ll' 'iylfstii ' W' ' 1 457 Y ' Ah--.Z I WE- rh ui h ,L i G " CCOIZIFIIAMMEFDJ PAUL EBERSOLE BURKHOLDER June 29, 1893 Elizabethtown, Pa. Prepared at Franklin and Marshall Academy: Entered Junior Year: A. B. Course. Thinlfs wisdom is spelled 'y'sdom. HAROLD SWOPE BUTZ July 21, 1898 Lancaster, Pa. A I 117: Oriflamme Staff C31: Glee Club C3,41: Porter Scientific Society Cl,2,3,41: Football Squad Cl, 21: Class Football C1,21: Student Senate C41: Inter-Fraternity Council C31: Prepared at Lancaster High School: B. S. Course. A big-hearted politician, with the characteristic "Hella" RALPH J .CONNELL August 28, 1901 Lilly, Pa. Diagnothian Literary Society C41: Porter Scientific Society C41: Prepared at Al- toona High School and Fordham University: Entered Sophomore Year: B. S. Course. She hath stolen my heart away-. PAUL DONOVAN CRAGIN January 19, 1901 Merchantville, N. J. X lb: Class Treasurer C11: Class President C313 Black Cat Society C21: Black Pyramid C41: Student Tribunal C31 : Inter-Fraternity Council C313 Varsity Foot- ball C1,2,31, Captain C31: Varsity Baseball C1.2,31, Captain C319 Varsity Bas- ketball C2,31: Class Basketball C11: Prepared at Camden High School: B. S. in Ee. Course. A fine example of an athlete and a gentleman. JOHN LESLIE CROSSON October 27, 1902 Cochranville, Pa. Prepared at Cochranville High School: B. S. Course. The chemistry department, Inc. HARRY BOLTON DAVIS January 16, 1901 Lansford, Pa. Prepared at Lansford High School: B. S. in EC. Course. A regular afternoon nap is responsible for his beauty. WILLIAM FRANKLIN DILLER November 7, 1902 Lancaster, Pa. E Il: Oriflamme Staff C31: Diagnothian Literary Society C2,3,41, Secretary C31, Vice-President C31, Mock Trial C3,41: Glee Club C41: Prepared at Lancaster High School: A. B. Course. He shrinlgs from praise Iilge a few from porlg. WILLIAM JAMES DRENNEN February 14, 1902 Oxford, Pa. bl II: Glee Club C41: Prepared at Little Britain High School, Millersville State Normal School and the University of Pennsylvania: Entered Senior Year: B. S. Course. He came from normal school, but fortunately it cioesn't show. LEEEINLIN E. 1 January 4, 1903 Shippensburg, Pa. reparecl at urg State Normal School: Entered Sophomore Year: A. B. Course a ly to rise never made Eberly the least bit wise. P' Ou Twenty Eight W I li' nrrrirtnrinnt " 5 'M :ililrf "' IL ,ff . gxy. gl Li ! fr' I 1 ' H' '-4, I 1. ' . I A in 3:2 'T rl tl I I' . ef - L , gs.: ., Eg lt' -3' l M- -i . - CC OIZIPIIAMMED1 FREDERICK DANIEL EYSTER May 19, 1902 York New Salem, Pa. fb K T: Varsity Debating C3,41 : Inter-Society Debating: Tau Kappa Alpha: Cnoethean Literary Society Cl,2,3,41, Secretary C21, Critic C31, President C413 Phi Upsilon Kappa: Post-Prandial Club C3,41, Secretary-Treasurer C41, Presi- dent C41: Y. M. C. A. Cabinet C3,41: Student Senate C3,41: Inter-Fraternity Council C3.41 : Prepared at West York High School: A. B. Course. Fred is out, not for athletics, but for the ministry and a steady girl. LAWRENCE Y. FAUST March 24, 1904 West Hazelton, Pa. Paradise Club: Class Invitation Committee C41: Oriliamme Staff C31: Student Senate C415 Inter-Fraternity Council C3,41 3 Black Pryamid C41: Goethean Liter- ary Society C1,21: Porter Scientific Society Cl,2,3.41, President C41: Post-Pran- dial Club C3,41: Assistant in the Physics Laboratory C41: Prepared at Mercers burg Academy: B. S. Course. A letter a day lgeeps Larry gay. VINCENT B. FAUST April 5, 1903 Spring Grove, Pa. Class President C21: Vice-President C41: Class Football Manager C215 Student Senate C2,3,41, President C31: Green Room Club, Secretary C3.41: Post Pran- dial Club C3,41: Intra-Mural A. A. C3,41: Black Cat Society C21: Goethean Literary Society C1,2,31: Y. M. C. A. Cabinet C3.41, President C3,41: Winner. Junior Oratorical Contest C31 : Varsity Football C2-,3,41 : Track Squad C1,2,3,41 3 Wrestling Squad C3,41: Football Squad C113 Class Football C11: Prepared at Spring Grove High School and Mercersburg Academy: A. B. Course. The Abe Lincoln of the unorganized men-loo bad the shooting missed fire. WILLIAM ARMOUR FEGELY March 26, 1904 Fleetwood, Pa. Class Poet C31: Goethean Literary Society Cl,21: Prepared at Fleetwood I-ligl-. School: A. B. Course. His "waves" don'l look natural-lzut they really are. RAYMOND H. FISSEL February 25, 1898 East Berlin, Pa. Prepared at Millersville State Normal School: Entered Sophomore Year: A. B. Course. His friends safer from his moods. HAROLD W. D. FRIES February 26, 1903 Reading. Pa. A X A: Glee Club C41 : Prepared at Reading High School and Schuylkill College: Entered Senior Year: B. S. Course. Frosty excels in his "Readin' Brand" of syncopation. JOHN ARTHUR F UNCK February 20, 190Li' fiiifi-'l11'15e13-all-IE'6n, Pa. E Paradise Club: Porter Scientific Society C3,41: Re " 41g Football N' Squad C3,41: Track Squad C3,41: Wrestling eggifx j l Intra-Mural 5231 C41 : Prepared at Lebanon High School: B S. Cours i. ' I I C171 How superbly he loves for a ni hl! NX X CX :mf eww 1 rs X l ,t ,I 'i121.1W'31i ' s f' NI-1'-1-It-1'l ,eutixrt 1, .I I E : ia Twenty Nine yt-I .yawn-411121111 111 Q . El - ' .g i Qf C r 'pm - Ulf., -..y".1 'f vt' y gp..-4.45:-L CCOIZIPIIAMME DD 3 EDWARD B. GARRIGUES, JR. August 24, I90l Camden, N. J. fIvKrI13 Black Pyramid C413 Inter-Fraternity Council C3,413 Varsity Football C3,413 Varsity Basketball C2,3,41, Captain C313 Football Squad C213 Class Football C21 3 Prepared at Camden High School3 Entered Sophomore Year: B. S. in Ec. Course. Here's the prince of human miles, Ensnares llie women wilh his smiles. JOHN E. GEESEY November 30, l902 York, Pa. dv KNII3 Class Vice-President C313 Class President C413 Chairman Junior Hop Committee C31 3 Board of Governors C3,41 3 Student Senate C3,41, Vice-President C31, President C413 Black Pyramid Society, Vice-President C411 Intra-Mural A. A. C3,41, President C411 Varsity Football Cl,2,3,41, Captain C413 Class Basketball Cl13 Prepared at York High School3 B. S. Course. A case of bralvn, brains and personality. FRANCIS SYLVESTER GERBER january 8, 1899 Summit Hill, Pa. fb K T3 Senior Fence Committee C41 3 Oriflamme Staff C31 3 Board of Control C31 3 Black Pyramid Society C413 Intra-Mural A. A. C313 Varsity Basketball C3,41. Captain C411 Basketball Squad Cl,213 Football Squad C3,413 Class Basketball CI13 Class Football Cl,211 Prepared at Summit Hill High School3 B. S. Course. Turlfs hear! and home is in Summit Hill. Too bad, girls! SAMUEL M. HAUCH, JR. August I7, l904 Neffsville, Pa. E ll: Class Treasurer C31: Chairman Cap and Gown Committee C413 Board of Control C413 Ctlee Club C3,41, Assistant Manager C31, President C41: Inter- Fraternity Council C31: Black Pyramid Society C41: Intra-Mural A. A. C3,41, Vice-President C413 Varsity Track C2,3,41, Captain C3,413 Class Football CI13 Class Track CI1 3 Prepared at Lancaster High School3 B. S. Course. He developed his line selling jaclfasses. JOHN L. HERBSTER August l8, 1894 Lancaster, Pa. Diagnothian Literary Society C3,41, Secretary C31, Vice-President C41 3 lnter- Society Debate C31 3 Baringer Prize C31 3 Phi Upsilon Kappa: Prepared at Schuyl- kill Haven High School, Keystone State Normal School, and State College CSummer Session1 3 Entered Sophomore Year3 A. B. Course. The weeping eloculionisl. THEODORE L. HILL November l8, 1902 Vandergrift, Pa. A E fb: Oriflamme Staff C313 Porter Scientific Society C2,313 Press Club C2,313 Black Pryamid Society C413 Inter-Fraternity Council C3, 41, Vice-President C41 5 Assistant Manager Baseball C31, Manager C413 Prepared at Vandergrift High School: B. S. in Ec. Course. Would llial 1 were a Mormon! LEANDER HENRY HOKE january l9, 1895 Spring Ctrove, Pa. Dragnothtan I ry Society 4 Prepared at Spring Grove High School and l l 'F -mntl Sa? l School Entered Senior Year A. B. Course. CMN N ri- f P .1 -ttf,-,'.' gf3,'.'-11 5 ' 5 C f ll nollier brief-case loling normalile. 5 4 l is ls: 'BET 3" 'J W CCORIPUAMME DDI MARLIN C. HOLLAND December I9, I905 Rothsville, Pa. Prepared at Ephrata High School: B. S. Course. A little argument non: and then is relished by the best of men. EARL MILLER HONAMAN . April I3, I904 Lancaster, Pa. E II: Class Historian ill: Student Senate C99 Inter-Fraternity Council f2,3,4D, President f4J: Managing Editor Orillamme f3J: Green Room Club Cl,2,3,4J. Secretary f2l: Black Pyramid Society, President f4D: Diagnothian Literary So- ciety CI,2,3,4J, Monitor CU, Chaplain QD, Secretary CZJ, Vice-President QQ, President QD: Keller Prize in Latin and Greek CZJ: Field Manager f3,4D: As- sistant Track Manager f3J, Manager C455 Y. M. C. A. Cabinet QD, Vice- President C21 : Prepared at Lancaster High School: A. B. Course. Much ado about nothing. CARL H. HOOVER February 28, l900 Lancaster, Pa. fb K E: Inter-Fraternity Council f2,3.4J, Treasurer Q41 : Assistant Manager Track C31 : Class Basketball Manager CZD: Class Football QU : Class Track Cl I: Pre- pared at Lancaster High School: B. S. Course. The wind blolveth anal so doth he. GEORGE C. HOOVER February 22, I903 Millersville, Pa. Prepared at Schuylkill Haven High School: A. B. Course. Q We have yet to hear him spealf a dozen words in succession. PHILIP A. I-IOQVER April 30, I9o4 Wrightsville, Pa. Prepared at Wrightsville High School: A. B. Course King of the Gym Rats ARTHUR O. HORN November l4, i902 Jeannette, Pa. E ll: Prepared at Jeannette High School, West Virginia University and University of Pittsburgh: Entered Sophomore Year: B. S. Course. And in those days the lfing's word was law. HOWARD DAVID JEFIERIES March 2, I902 Lansford, Pa. lb KT: Goethean Literary Society fl,2l: Y. M. C. A.: Class Football QQ: Wrestling Squad Q32 : Prepared at Lansford High School: B. S. Course. Hey you Freshman find your place, anymore! PAUL H. JOHNSON August 2l, 1903 Lancaster, Pa. Prepared at Franklin and Marshall Academy: A. B. Course. i Worlf like a man, but clon't be worked to death. NORRIS J. KIRK May 4, I904 V Little itain, Pa Diagnothian Literary Society 12,31 3 Prepared at Little Britain Hi Course. Cive a fellow a little room! gli si X f le.-.30 IO' f ?l "lf: .:,,?.lf" Thirty One 2 :A 1 A KORIPUAMMEDJ PAUL BENNEVILLE KLOPP December 4, 1901 Shillingten, Pa. Square and Compass Club: Prepared at Shillington High School: A. B. Course. Rides seventy miles on a street-car to see a girl-he's gone! ALBERT J. KNOLL December 6, l902 New Brunswick, N. J. College Band t3,4J: Diagnothian Literary Society f3,4J, Mock Trial f4J: Phi Upsilon Kappa: Track Squad C35 : Prepared at New Brunswick High School and Rutgers College: Entered Junior Year: B. S. Course. Move over Brother, and let me drive awhile. E.1.wooD LEVERNE Koi-ii. September 30, 1900 Morrisville, Pa. Varsity Baseball t3,4J: Prepared at Mohnton High School, and Keystone State Normal School: Entered Sophomore Year: B. S. in Ee. Course. Now when I used to pitch in the New fersev League-. JOHN HERMAN KOOSER ' February 5, 1904 Manor, Pa. AX A: Intra-Fraternity Council f3,4J: Porter Scientific Society f3J: Assistant Manager Tennis f3J, Manager UU: Assistant in the Biology Laboratory t3,4J: Prepared at Norwin High School: B. S. Course. Four years at college and still childish! J. ROY KRINER November 20, l895 Mercersburg, Pa- Goethean Literary Society QQ: Porter Scientific Society C3,4J: Square and Com- pass Club: Prepared at Mercersburg High School and Shippensburg State Normal School: Entered Junior Year: B. S. Course. A prompt, decisive man was he. DANIEL. B. LAMM July 3l, l9O0 Wlernersville, Pa. Phi Upsilon Kappa: Prepared at Wernersville High School, Keystone State Nor- mal, and Pennsylvania State College and the University of Pennsylvania fSummer SessionsJ: Entered Junior Year: A. B. Course. Spealfs little, thinlfs much, hears most. BEHM R. LAUCK November I4, 1902 Palmyra, Pa. Paradise Club: Board of Control QZJ: Cioethean Literary Society fl,2J: Pre- pared at Palmyra High School: B. S. in Ee. Course. Now, as I was saying, when l was in lndiana4-. DANA LEE LEARN September 3, IS99 Tioga, Pa. Diagnothian Literary Society OJ: Square and Compass Club f3,4J: Prepared at Mansfield State Normal School, University of Pennsylvania and Bucknell Uni- versity: Entered Junior Year: A. B. Course. This a future professor!--Education is going to the dogs. ROY W. MBERT February 29, l90l Rebersburg, Pa. Goet Literary Society tl,2,3.4J, Monitor f3J, Winner Second Prize, Fresh- man orical Contest fl J: Phi Upsilon Kappa: Prepared at Rebersburg High Scho ' Course XJ WA 'stry will absorb this specimen gladly. 6: X flllipwjlglgvx I Thirty Two :ces-A wit-.. . Y t - 'H f if' 1 - JJ.. ' '-,':i- , .,' 1 ,, ,, cy...-, I CC-OIZIPILLMMED1, or on WILMER HENRY LONG October 6, 1900 Fullerton, Pa. ' 4 - Y. M. C. A. Cabinet, Chairman Square and Compass Club C2,41, President C 1 , ' ' ' 3 ' G ethean Literary Society Membership Committee C41: Phi Upsilon Kappa C 1, o C31 : Prepared at Allentown High School and Muhlenberg College: Entered Junior Year: A. B. Course. I may be a Scminarian, but 1 like the ladies. WAl.I.ACE JOHN LOWRIGHT December 1, 1903 Centre Valley, Pa. A X A: Porter Scientific Society C313 Prepared at Allentown High School and Muhlenberg College: Entered Sophomore Year: B. S. Course. . Sleinmelz himself! JOSEPH BARR MCCASKEY September 3, 1903 Lancaster, Pa. A 21 fb: Prepared at Franklin and Marshall Academy: A. B. Course. Ambition has no rest. DANIEL EDWARD MADIERA September 12, 1892 Monocacy, Pa. C : cl Ke stone State Normal School, Uni- Square and Compass Club 41 Prepare at y versity of Pennsylvania and Pennsylvania State College: Entered Senior Year A. B. Course. Who said lhere ain'l no Santa Claus? December 26 1904 Slatington, Pa. WARREN H. MANTZ . Varsity Wrestling C3,41: Press Club C31: Prepared at Keytstone State Normal School, and Muhlenberg College: Entered Junior Year: A. B. Course. His smile will last for many a day and many a fray. GEORGE G. MARTIN November 6, 1903 Mountville, Pa. fb E. K: Banquet Committee C21: Baseball Squad C2,3,41: Class Football C11: ' ' S. ' E . Course. Prepared at Franklin and Marshall Academy, B. 1n c "Dope" ain't natural-he belongs lo "The Plastic Age." LAWRENCE A. MATTERNES September 26, 1904 Sinking Spring, Pa. Williamson Gridiron Staff C41 : Goethean Literary Society C1,2,31, Treasurer , Porter Scientihc Society C1,21: Social Service Group C41: Press Club C31: Pre- pared at Sinking Spring High School: A. B. Course. The boy is fair and of female favour. H. CARROLL MEHRING January 15, 1904 Hanover, Pa. sb K T: Diagnothian Literary Society C2,3,41: Prepared at Hanover High School and the University of Pennsylvania: Entered Sophomore Year: B. S. Course. b Excilabilily, thy name is Mehring. I gf! ' ' ' ry ff' October 16 1902 M! Coburn, Pi!-X 65 LYNN VIINTON MEYER College Band 1 7 3 4 Goethean Literary Soctetyil 21 Prepared at E A? Township Vocational School B S in Ec Course 'Nx- asl a Centre Countian with good sense see , X if i V 7 , C flu n Dr - 2 u 1 e:'o'11'1:il1r ' ' . ' f , ' 'i5'1fra. ' I ' ' so ff r -.1554 -- gr fri, 2 ff: At ' Ik 'ffm' ' 1 .lieth 1 nas- W . bees' -' 1 f 1 E H if X --g',..-'fag f V. ,Q.n,me g ,A A - . . , , llllllllllllllllllVllIllIllllllillllllllllllllllllllllllllllllillll wr ' ' 1 ' 'rf ' ' v ,- 4' Wwe , 0, e' 04: 4 'Q qu gui 'ow Hin' 'Qs f , "suf-.'l':f':sts!"s'eet-1 Thirty Three I vrrr a434,v4 w,fm,rAr sg r , .- f I 0 0 o f .0 f ef "IQ Q'I.' 0: ' --MW eeee H- Qornpimfrmrzo LEROY KRICK MILLER Cctober 26, I904 Sinking Spring, Pa. Williamson Gridiron Staff, Assistant Manager f3I, Editor UU: Croethean Lit- erary Society f2,3l: Phi Upsilon Kappa: Porter Scientific Society CU: Y. M. C. A. Cabinet 13.41, Chairman Social Service Group MD: Student Senate GI: Student Tribunal UD: Press Club C2,3,4J: Intra-Mural A. A. UD: Prepared at Sinking Spring High School: A. B. Course. I awoke one morning and found myself famous. JOHN PETER MOI-IR November 30, l90l Fogelsville, Pa. Diagnothian Literary Society f3,4J: Porter Scientific Society UU: Y. M. C. A.: Prepared at Keystone State Normal School and Dickinson College: Entered Junior Year: B. S. Course. Rcsents being classed with "the common herd." EDWIN THEODORE MOUL September 29, I903 York, Pa. A X A: Class Day Committee f4J : Clee Club 13.41 : Green Room Club fl,2,3,4D: Post-Prandial Club C3,4J: Assistant in Biology Laboratory: Prepared at York High School: B. S. Course. . He rivals Ten Shawn in the terpsichorean art. JOHN A. MOUNTZ A October I7, I902 Newville, Pa. College Band C3,-U : Crlee Club 13,43 : Square and Compass Club: Football Squad OJ: Prepared at Bloseville High School and Shippensburg State Normal School: Entered Sophomore Year: A. B. Course. Who would believe him to be a singer? SARON E. MUNSON February I3, 1902 Stroudsburg, Pa. Class Treasurer C2,4J: Student Senate 13.41, Treasurer OU: Square and Com- pass Club: Prepared at Stroudsburg High School: B. S. in Ec. Course. A devoted follower of Karl Marx. WELDON M. MYERS January 4, IS99 Dillsburg, Pa. A E fb: Prepared at Shippensburg State Normal School: B. S. in Ec. Course. Blondy lfnows what he lfnows and that's all there is to it. HUGH WILLIAMSON NEVIN September 7, 1902 Sewickley, Pa. X ID: Student Weekly Staff C3,4J, Managing Editor l4l: Oriflamme Staff, Busi- ness Manager l3J: Press Club f2,3J, Vice-President QD: News Bureau, Secre- tary f4Q: Diagnothian Literary Society QQ: Wrestling Squad CD: Assistant Manager Baseball Q0 : Prepared at Sewickley Preparatory School, Lancaster High School and the University of Pennsylvania: Entered Sophomore Year: B. S. in Ec. Course. He's only a cub reporter but a worthy man at that. A Bffkrgx xx M X April IO, IS97 Schuylkill Haven, Pa. I erary Society C2,3I: Football Squad CZJ: Class Football ' f' 'i Q: hemistry Laboratory: Prepared at Lehighton High School, " ' r ' 'l S arthm re 5' School, and Lehigh University: B. S. Course. F' ' 4 It ' e I? me isn't what it used to be-it's worse. Thirty Four Q l rl. I A- u ll' ,Il '- ::iI l will tiki ilslllatafi lil: in iI',I,..I,Il:ISII..II.. l ..IlIxl,,,fII1 IlI.llIl?Ilt.Il Izllil m'w"' iii CC ORIFIIAMMED1 "-'hmm JACOB HARRY PICKLE February l9, l903 Millersville. Pa. A E ID: Porter Scientific Society C3,41 : Track Squad C21 : Prepared at Millersville High School: B. S. Course. Talfes gym just for exercise. HENRY PAYNE PILGERT May ll, l902 Mertztown. Pa. Square and Compass Club C41: Prepared at Longswamp Township High School and Keystone State Normal School: Extension work at Muhlenberg College and the University of Pennsylvania: Entered Senior Year: A. B. Course. You woulalrfl lhinlf he was speedy, would you? MORRIS PHILIP PITOCK August 6, l902 Philadelphia, Pa. Track Squad C3,41: Prepared at Philadelphia Central High School and the Uni- versity of Pennsylvania: Pre-Med. Course. A whirlwind on the cinders. GEORGE FREDERICK REBE March I9, l896 Philadelphia, Pa. Square and Compass Club C2,3,41: Chairman, Republican Club C41: Prepared at Philadelphia Northeast High School, Temple University and Drexel Institute: Entered Sophomore Year: B. S. in Ee. Course. The student professor. FREDERICK DEPEYSTER ROTHERMEL June I6, l903 Stony Creek Mills, Pa. Ill K bl: Diagnothian Literary Society Cl,2,31 : Green Room Club Cl,2,3,4J g Presi. dent C41: Sophomore Calendar Staff C21: Varsity Track Cl,2,3,41: Varsity Club: Black Cat Society C21: Prepared at Reading High School, and Schuylkill College: B S. in EC. Course. The original Arrow Collar Ad Chap. G. STANLEY RUTH May 7, l902 Birdsboro, Pa. A X A: Student Senate C41: Cioethean Literary Society Cl,2,31: Y. M. C. A. Cabinet C31: Baseball Squad Cl1: Assistant Football Manager C31, Manager C41: Intra-Mural A. A. C3,41: Prepared at Reading High School: B. S. in Ee. Course. - Life is all a Riddle io Babe. RALPH WADE SCHEFFER June I6, l902 Lancaster, Pa. fb E K: Class Historian C41: Junior Hop Committee C31: Chairman Senior Prom Committee C41: Senior Pence Committee C41: Student Senate C3,41, Secretary C3,41, Chairman Publicity Committee C31, Chairman Athletic Committee C41: Black Pyramid Society C41: Inter-Fraternity Council C2,3,41: Assistant Tennis Managar C31 : Intra-Mural A. A. C31 : Prepared at Lancaster High School: B. S. in Ec. Course. Brooks suit, gray hat, French pipe, line-these are Rollo. . ff' ' 'f"fe2fZW WILLIAM H. Sci-IMIDT August 29, l903 ' X Lancaster, II, K XII: Glee Club Cl,2,3,41, Vice-President C2,31:'F Wlr ,e ad I l.A"..,'4 ,3,41',f riff.: Five L 'll R -f-as ::: : omvirmmrz D1 Varsity C31: Baseball Squad Cl,2,3,41: Basketball Squad C21: Class Football Cl,21 : Prepared at Lancaster High School: B. S. in Ee. Course. Has a disposition as sweet as his voice. HAROLD EUGENE SEAMAN Sept. 8, I902 Sabinsville, Pa. S. II: Diagnothian Literary Society C31, Mock Trial C31: College Band C3,41: Prepared at Sabinsville High School and Mansfield State Normal School: Entered Junior Year: A. .B. Course. The guy for lvliom Larry Semon was named. CLAYTON KELLER SHENK April 25, l903 Lancaster, Pa. Student Senate C31, Student Tribunal C31 : Glee Club C2,3,41, Assistant Manager C31, Manager C41: Diagnothian Literary Society Cl.2,3,41, Mock Trial C31: Prepared at Lancaster High School: B. S. in Ee. Course. A big, good-natured soul, with a saving sense of humor. C. GEIGER SHERTS f january ll, l903 Millersville, Pa. A 5. fb: Prepared at Millersville High School: B. S. in Ec. Course. i Valentino's real double--if he could only dance! DANILE KARL SHIREY May 18, 1903 Greensburg, Pa. E lI:Diagnothian Literary Society Cl,2,3,41: Y. M. C. A. Cabinet C31: Phi Upsilon Kappa: Prepared at Greensburg High School: A. B. Course. He got a good start at F. and IU.-but that finish! RAYMOND ARTHUR SHONTZ July 9, l898 Shamokin, Pa. fb K NII: Goethean Literary Society C21: Porter Scientific Society C3,41: Phi Up- silon Kappa: Prepared at Bucknell and Ohio Northern Universities: Entered Sopho- more Year: B. S. Course. If gossip were only life I would never die. CLARENCE J. SPOHN july 25, l90l Fleetwood, Pa. fb K 'I': Class Constitution Committee Cl1 : Student Senate C2,31: Inter-Fraternity Council C2,31: Goethean Literary Society Cl.21: Varsity Baseball Cl1: Baseball Squad C2,31 : Class Basketball C21 : Prepared at Fleetwood High School and Key- stone State Normal School: B. S. Course. It toolg six years for Larry to discover that F. and M. has a laboratory. CLYDE V. STAHLE February 29, l90l Lashley, Pa. Prepared at Cumberland Valley State Normal School: B. S. Course. Silence is golden. ANTHONY SZABO May 29, l900 Lancaster, Pa. Szechenyi Literary Society and Bethlen Circle: Prepared at the Gymnasium and College of Azatmar, Hungary: Entered Junior Year: A. B Course. Don't say it--sneeze it! iff? ' ARD TITU December 4, l904 Patchogue, N. Y. Contributing S ent-Weekly C41: Varsity Debating C3,41: Inter-Society Thirty Six 'Tsar :W ., 3 'N 5:55 Vg!! - ' ni I. 'gilt 5 - aj IQ: f li: ,a 1 '-.Sf 'if iii.- ms - it nrmmnmiru JOHN CALVIN TRUXAI. January ll, 1905 'mt I i"l"q IQ ORIPUAMME Dlammmggnw Debate C21 : Tau Kappa Alpha: Croethean Literary Society Cl,2,3,41 : Post. Prandial Club, President C41 : Landis Prize in History Cl.31 3 Baringer Prize C21 : Prepared at Franklln and Marshall Academy: A. B. Course. Parts have arrived: not yet assembled. Lancaster, Pa. fb K ill: Class Secretary C2,41: Student Weekly Staff Cl,2,3,41, Editor-in-Chief C41: Student Handbook Staff C3.41: Glee Club C31: Green Room Club Cl,2,3,41: Manager C41: Diagnothian Literary Society C2,3,41, President C41: Y. M. C. A. Cabinet C31: Black Cat Society, Secretary C213 Black Pyramid Society C41: Assistant Cheerleader C2,31, Head Cheerleader C41: Manager Bas- - ' l F b ll Cl.21: ketball C41: Football Squad Cl,21, Track Squad C21., Cass oot a Prepared at Greensburg High School: A. B. Course. Mr. Franklin and Marshall himself. GRAY HUNTINGTON TWOMBLY I April 27, I905 Lancaster, Pa. Diagnothian Literary Society Cl, 2, 3, 41: Porter Scientific Society C3,-41: As- sistant in the Biology Laboratory: Prepared at Franklin and Marshall Academy: A. B. Course. Hooray for the W. C. T. U.! RAY SPOONER VANDEVERE. November 7, 1896 Lancaster, Pa, Varsity Debating Team C313 Goethean Literary Society C'3,41: Phi Upsilon Kappa: Prepared at Keystone State Normal School: Entered Junior Year: A. B. Course. There's loo much atmosphere! ARTHUR MATTERN WAGNER July 3, l904 Lancaster, Pa. A X A: Student Weekly Staff C2,31, Business Manager C41: joint Editor Ori- llamme C31: Diagnothian Literary Society Cl,2,31, Chaplain C31: Track Squad Cl,21 : Class Track Cl1: Prepared at Lancaster High School: B. S. Course. Loolgs are deceiving-Art is fairly intelligent. ORVILLE HASSLER WALBURN January 30, l903 Waynesboro, Pa. XKID: Class Banquet Committee Cl1: Orillamme Staff C31: Junior Hop Com- mittee C31: Student Senate C415 lnter-Fraternity Council, Secretary C41: Diag- nothian Literary Society C21 : 2nd Assistant Manager Baseball C21 : Assistant C31 : Track Squad C3,41: Prepared at Waynesboro High School: A. B. Course. A successful toreaalor drifting from one "line" to another. EMERSON MARTIN FRANKLIN WEAVER July I7, l905 Lancaster, Pa. A X A: Student Weekly Staff C31: Diagnothian Lite-rigirgy Cl Q ', Pleparecl at Lancaster High School: B. S. Course. ff' W, Originally from Kansas-you lfnon', the rmmwf-I?-x T N A F Il i' lf' EDWIN RUPP WEAVER December 30, 189 T Lancast A E fb: Porter Scientific Society Cl,2,3,41, Treasurer f ,3,41'1Q?r,g.1-.lrQ.,-.--I--.fleifl , I QI,-fI.IIIN:I:.'-r Thirty Seven In III: lm.1l1II..f M ' V U ' ... """""' "" " ' ' CCORIPIIAMMEDJ 121 : Track Squad 121: Wrestling Squad 131 : Soccer Squad 141 : Class Football 121: Prepared at Lancaster High School: B. S. Course. Expects to graduate-if he passes German. JOHN PYLE Weiss September 26, 1898 Lancaster, Pa. A E fb: Soccer Squad 141: Intra-Mural A. A. 141: Prepared at Lancaster High School: B. S. in Ee. Course. l His nose lgnows. HENRY EUGENE WEIAND November I4, l903 Lancaster, Pa. sb E K: Glee Club 13,41, Leader 141: Diagnothian Literary Society 13,41: Phi Upsilon Kappa 13,41, President 141: Varsity Tennis 13.41, Captain 131: Pre- pared at Frankln and Marshall Academy: A. B. Course. The busiest man in twelve states! EARL. GRIMLEY WOLFORD September 21, I902 Spring Mount, Pa. Paradise Club: Orillamme Staff 131: Assistant Manager Debating 131, Manager 141: Ctoethean Literary Society 1l,2,3,41, Chaplain 121: Secretary 121: Vice- President 131, President 141: Y. M. C. A. Cabinet 12.31, Treasurer 131: Phi Upsilon Kappa: Square and Compass Club: Prepared at Perkiomen School: A. B. C . ourse Short in stature, long on Creek. DAVID F, WQRKMAN july 5, 1901 Saxton, Pa. Diagnothian Literary Society 141 : Porter Scientific Society 141 : Prepared at Liberty Central High School and Shippensburg State Normal School: B. S. Course. After pinocllle-German comes next. Roar-:RT FRALICH ZECHER July ll. l903 Lancaster. Pa- Prepared at Lancaster High School: B. S. in Ec. Course. An embryo big business man. HENRY F. ZIPLINSKY January l5, i905 Lancaster, Pa. Class Vice-President 121: Oriflamme Staff 131: Student-Senate, President 141, Vice-President 141: Assistant Manager of Debating 121, Manager 131: Post- Prandial Club 13, 41: President, Pennsylvania Inter-Collegiate Oratorical Union 131, Secretary 141: Diagnothian Literary Society 1l,2,3,41, Mock-Trial 12.41, Vice-President 141, President 141: Critic 141: Class Track 121: Prepared at Lancaster High School: B. S. in EC. Course. Thinlfs he's a wonder with the women: but it's only his Ford. CHARLES ARTHUR ZITTLE January l, l904 Strasburg, Pa. Assistant in Chemistry Laboratory 13,41: Prepared at West Lampeter Vocational School B S -+5 4. Oh Sister am t that hot' ,M f fl STI ' i ' ii i E 4 l il i i i 31215 5 .ff T""1' Egh' X 1 CGGRIPUAMME DT Juniors Molto Colors COURAGE, PURITY, UNITY A PURPLE AND GOLD OFFICERS President: J. P. SCHENCK Vice-President: A. FOCHT Secretary: H. D. SCHAEFFER Treasurer: T. B. APPEL, JR. Board of Control: G. H. WILSON Historian: R. P. SNYDER Poet: H. C. KENDIG STATISTICS Freshman Year Lost the Tie-up, I5-23 Tied the Football Came, 0-0 Banquet at Stevens House, December 7, Poverty Day, November ll, I922 Sophomore Year Won the Tie-up, 52-3 Lost the Football Game, 0-I0 I922 Banquet at the Stevens House, December I3, l923 Published Sophomore Calendar . junior Year Published Oriflamme of l926 Junior Hop at Pine Garden, January 30, 1925 rl -...- Q ' I : .. Thirty Nine IIQL ' ll-6' K i J- l fic OIZIPIIAMME D5" M ' RAAM . X 4 bbw BROW-LM X4 'qt' Ag Y,,Il', .... .,-,.,,,,,!.., XNm411 9i 1n - -- DIED SEPTE BER 29. 1923 'x Forly f x ' Dl'1'Nl'lliZ nn nrih-nl' annl willing ilisc-iplo ol' Prof. H - ' ' I w-'H in it mm, MMP: J' i'inii"H'i Wll.l.l'AM JOHN ANGLE S1-pt. 15, 1004 Silill1l0llSilllI'Lf, Pal. Roll, Bill Y. M. i'. A. il.2.3l: Roll llm-nil Ulnh. 'Prous- lll'0l' 4211: l'l'l'Illll'l'li :lr SilililN'llSillll'L.I lligh S4-hoolg ILS. Noni-so. In this nngnst :incl ilignilii-rl porsonngv wo Long. .liill is ono ol' those- liolwlvss, foolish follows who nspiro to ln- grronlz lllllfillllllll- th-inns. so ln- hns n hnril roznl io i'1'nv4'l. lint it hns 1'1-wlltly vonn- ont lhnli in spite olT his failings. hu has an-qnirvil ai rvpntntion for hom-sty, his onu 11-ill-1-1i1ii1g.: i'l'2lilll'l', and has boon elected i'l'0IlSlll'l'l' ol' that yonm: lint ilcry nncl 4-xc-lnsivc 1-lnh ol' sorrvl tops lint Rm-il is n 2001i-lllltlll'0li cnss, for nll flint, nnil nll hu nsks is to he known als "one of tho hoys." W 'l'lIl'lUlllllil4l BURTON A1'l'l'll'l, JR. Nov. 21, 1904 lAlllCllSi,0l', Pai. Teal 7212. XID: tllnss Tl'ri-i1sn1'ol' II-il: lbingznothinn Lil'- vrnry Som-ii-ly fl.2,2H. Moi-k 'l'1'inl fill: Vivo- 1'l'CSili0l1t 127 3 Ri-pnhlicnn Ulnh KISJ 3 lilnvk Ont 1213 Assislnnl: in 1'hysi1-:il I.nhol'ni'ory fill: Pl'0lNll'l'd nt Ilniwaistvl' Iligh Sc-hoolg ILS. Course. Iflorf: is nn vxnnlplu ol' whnt n vollvgo 0clln-n- tion will do to n lllllll. Ho l'i1lilllS hu ilovs more studying than the rvst ol' tho vollm-go pnt to- gotln-r, hnl we clonht it. One oi? Tvcl's g.':1'1-alivst XVl'lliilll'SSl'S is the Colonial, whcro he can nsnnlly lu- Tonncl pnrkml in the front row nt each initial 1l0l'i'0l'lllllIli'0. llc insists thnt ho gots nioru kick ont ol' it than going on ai llntu, lint ho's ul'rn'1l of thu gxrnnil raizz if evvn soon with one of tin. ppositu sox. lt is n known fnct that one oi' th 'uni' ln'otlivi's took hinl to cull on sonic girls 09 lliflilf, only to sight 'Pod fur down tho str 'H IN v tho time the dunisvls haul como to the -ni ii iffgff.. -5- l ' X liimfybgsi Forty One -vs..gV""'a fillw. .iii - ,.. .-.Iiiiyf ' .- 11, ,-"i :ji 5 , , V ...I . fgf f. T. .. f ,Q i - -aff """'.asT- Q RIPUAMMH-J i .IOIIN K. IHCIHIAIAN sl-ptmnlu-r 25. ISSN l.:1m-nstor. Pu. l'l'01lcIn'l' l'hi l'psilnn Kuppn: l'l'm-palm-1l :lt Allrrigxht llolh-guy Enlvrc-cl .luninr Y1-:nrt A.ll. l'mu'sc. 'l'his jully gmnl follow 4-nun' lu us frmu Al- bright Vollm-go. Nu umttvl' wlu-rv l'l'c-alvlivl' is soon lu- ulwuys hus u smile- on his fm-0 uml :1 word ul' ,LIl'l'l'flll2' for uw-l'ylnmly. Ill-'s ospvr- mlly intl-1-1-sta-ml m llistory. fm' il's nothing un- usuul fm' him tu hllu' n lilllv nun in Dr. lill'lll s vluss. li0I'1.Illlllil hus lulwu up vom-ul lvssnus. bl-ill!-E quitv u bit illl'vi'm-stwl in music-. Pc-rlnlps this Al is only tu nhl him in siugi i'lFl Visits YUVAQ' 7f1umc imlicutvs, llc-1'p.:un1 X 2 sk y-pilot. Aag gaw .-, 1 'nigh ' f, Nr -1 fzf, ,M 1 if Q - ,x X -.- IlllllllllllllllllIIIIIIIlIllIIlllllllllllIlllllllllllllllllllllll ig.: o 5. A ,. 0. 00.43 Q It .wp . wnv. lu- mills om- ul' his buy l'i1-mls "ll0:1l'i0", mul it muy bv l'm'cu ulf hnbit. us ai rvsult 0f.lllN 'nwn. As his mulc- ,Y W lll'll'l' A. lll'llllllCNS Nw. iii. 191145 St. Cluir, Pu. Hurt 1':u'aulisv Vlub: 'l.'I'l'llSlll'l'l' 125: Qllmiqlu-t l'uu11liil'tw 421: Urillunnuv Sluli' till: llutlu-:ln Lifl'l'Fll'N S'N'i4'U' 4l.2.2H. S1'l'l'l'i2ll'j' till: l'hi Ifpsilun Kuppu: llzlslwtlnlll Squaul 123: Pro- purwl ut 1"l'lllllillll und Malrslmll Awllllllllyj AJS. Course. Burt. the blonde slu-ik! The Ladies, bless lhoir silly littlv lu-arts. gm simply wilml over those blue cya-s. that wuvy hair. He docsn't strut his stulli in public but when hc guts them :llonu-I lint is ulso un urtist on the bunjo, uml is willing' to lli'C'0lllIllllly :anything from the victrolu to his voice. Iluwcvcr, his ubility is not l'1'Nfl'li'ft'll to this unc instrumont. We can rm-ull timvs whun hu kvpt thu ulu-lulu strings hot fm' hours ut n limo. With the inystorious lllSllD1ll'2l1'lllllf0 of this lllSfl'lllll0llt. his lllllSlC3ll genius turned m1tm'nlly to the ocnrinu. Neod- ' loss to suy, thc ukc wus speedily returned. ug.: RIz1i'g.:i1-." Any- plnus to bvcnuw :l F arty Two 1 ,E C , Q , 452: ,f Jfif' Nrf' 7 - , l 4,,,,. f. 7 f' E V- . flfsmzify 2 f - .WW f "1 aff. , - , - - , . ,wr in' 'v' 'V"f':vv Q'lH'O"5'l 'I 'I' "Ill'l"'lf minsmm4'.,':'ea.'2'.'.,'.'e-.'54'o,'2:-92.5.4.-mtv ..n0,v3,'.,'..,: 4':,,'nsQo,O,'o ,hi avi. 0,413 an -qi.. , - Q 5 5 , , ii.. 41.5 .: .I f .0 Wynn lf."qu 'li' O' Q' 'l f' 55-Q5 5 foil 'hh Rug, O'Q In ' q 1 i x -x ii mn: MMP:-5 Plllllll' ll. HOICIIM. JR. , July 5, 1900 Philanlclpliia, Pa. .Phil 'DE Kg Football Squad Q15 3 Travlc Squad H.2,C-lj 3 St-volnl Assistant: Managrm' 'l't-nnis 425 Z Firsti Assistant fill 3 1'i'01m1't-tl at. Soutln-rn lligrh Sc-hool. l'hihnl0lphiag HS. in Ev. tloursu. "NVho's got a oi1.:a1'vttv?" "How, if I only had a lllllfifll-.U Entoi' one P. Boohni t"l1onu", Prof. llarnvs calls itj, the only man in oollvgo who has kept his Sunday School pledge in-vor to huy cigaret- tes. Most of us vouhln't got away witzh that: stuff. hut our Philip-tall, halulsoinu-rulvi' of In-arts. if not ol' minds, with his hcwitvhing, clu-ruhiu prattlv. IIIIIIIIIHUS to turn the trim-k con- tinuously. Strange as it may svmn. Phil has an ambition. I-Io wants to roturn to school in ten yt-nrs and toll .Terry 1glll'1ll'S, hc's llllllll! a fortune in stocks and honcls ova-n it? ln: 4lidn't pass business linance. ' STEPHEN MIKLAS BOSZORMENYI July 5, 1901 130l11ll0llClll, Pa. Steve Ezunyi Llfl'l'llI'X Society 135 3 Bcthiun Society. i'1't-sichint till 3 Proparvd at Tokay High School and Epoiijt-s tfollugug Illiitvroll Junior Your: A.ll. tionrsv. "Stove" wants-tl to acequiru now youth. and tho host plan lu- vouhl think of was to froliv again with tho young.: "collitf'h" hoys. In ad- rlition to his colh-go 4-oursv. Stow is taking work ut tht- Svininary. whore ho is ulassilivd as a Sonior, and hopvs to 5.El'lllIllIll0 in May. Ilow- vvvr, Prof. Kunklu has put a crimp into his 1'0- juvvnation hy asking: him quvstions ahout which ho uan't ho lnitluwotl. "lt c-ortainly is hothor- some, this Political Sciuxnfof' Stove says. But I-k-1,' " :gg 3,71 ,w " 'A-. A -X. s . -1 l...:.:.::: avatar: i t nl'l'llllSl' thou 1 , 4 ,W 0 day ss . ' "'i X, 9 llllllll Q I us ' l ' 1' l I 1 l l il 4 I it ' 1 l ill all ,iw in it i J tgp Forty Three ll',l. 4llfl.flllitll,f llmll lllf ill lin lil! ll jf , S x yyffto In-f.iivar1'0y,ft1 129 Kllalll. H0 :ippliml his ' Q' 'I' ' x'fWft1ci l"0'l mrlvi lml i -1 "1-'fc mn: MMETW ii i f l'Al7l1 HICRR HRICNNEINIAN Fvh. T. 1904 Milli-1'svill0, Pal. , Phillippi film' Vlllll lil!!! Assistant BIllllll2'l'l' fill: X Varsity 'l'l-um-lc tl.Z2b: Ulnss Ifimtlmll Hb: Pri'- , palrvml ut Millvrsvillo High Svlmolg ILS. in I-I4-, l'Ulll'S0. This Shi-ik l'l'lllll Millvrsvillv fi'm'lm-rly from Jvrusnlvnij mlm' rn pi-rsmml qwmmmix- mlvnu- fngus, in-livvvs in having hut nm- uilinity nt an fimv. lluwvvvr wv vnnnul i'l'llSIll'1' him tim lmrshly fm' this nttitlulu uflvi' lmving lawn vx- pnsvd to 1-mirsvs lllllil'1' tho linsim-ss 1l01Hll'i'- mont trimnvirutv. i. v.. tha- lim-m-s. Lum-ash-r. Kunkul Cilllllllllllflilll. fm' thi- past tim-0 yours. Tha- xlfm'v-nivntiinu-al llusimiss Ilvpnrtim-lit is working XV0lNll'l'S with Pliillippi :xml within thc- ll0XlT clvwulc ho will hvcmm- mu- oi' thu lvzulillg llll'i'l'lllllli'S of thi' Smith 1'hil:ulvlphi:1 soc-timi :lml will hohl an iirv snlo cvury two llllllliil!-1. WII,I.IAM t'LiI"If'0RD l1RIfMl!AfYI'I ' Angusli 28, 121416 lflstvrly, Pu. Hill, lfrummir' ll' K 'l': lhwlln-:in l.iivl'au'y Sm-is-ty 11.252 l'l'vp:li'vxI :Iii l'lsl1'l'ly lligh Svluml: ILS. in Ev. f'Ulll'S1'. lh-hold n 4-ollogiutc nmn! Bill mum- to us Il pm-1'i'm-vt stlulmlt' :xml for iwu yi-urs ho Si'l'll,2U2,'ll'1l fm' Immmlorlgu.. Nutliim.: c-mild umvu him fi-mn his work. lint ns luck would lmvv if, wide il'0llSUl'S lwcaiim' thu' rvzil thing mul thvso fus- vin:ll'v1l him. :iml lui! him to soo that ll 1-ollc-5:0 mlm-:itiml is more tlmn lll0l'0 hunk knuwlvclgv. Thus talking thv usiml stops llrummio finally fmnul tlmt' hguililvll timhors do worms in- l'ul1l" :llul wnlu- up, iil'llllll'llljl u wvnkm-ss fm- liilK'1'illlS und 'l'01'psivli01'0 It is nlso known flint' hv vxpovls fo lll2lil'it'llllll'l' Ili' BI0l'l'1'l'SillIl'f,I. . 111 wfs :xml Illiljf, f l ll 1 1 1,1 ff ,fi hu knows :ill :nlm1nrL6pl5511silioss. ! E v --R---5522... .... 1 . 'V ..Q'1WgVf"i2err7- :- .55--g1:ypE14,'Z.:'I X ""' L f- gj F011 Four ' llllllll f y f x lr 1- , J if--sffs 1 mn: 111111111 1 .111S1111'1'1 1i11111l1'K ISYARS gum. 7. 111112 L1111c11stc1', P11. 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Nfll'fl!l I 11111 '1': 11111-1111-1111 11111-1'111'y S111-11-15' 11.2.31 2 11111-1'-s111-11'1y 111-111110 121 : V111's11y 111-11111i11g 1'11' Y 11 1' X 1':1111111'1' 1211 1'11 11' 11111111 J D : s- 1-1 '1 1711111 1211: 11'1-111111111 111 1'1-1111'11l 1111.511 S11111111, 1'1l11Il111'111111llQ AJS. 1'011l'Sl'. Tl1111'11 is Il 111111'1y 1ll'2l1'1Y 111 1'11111'1s11. 111111 sys- 1'1'111111'11f s11111y 11-11v1's s1111111 1'V1'1111l1IN '1'1'111'. '1'111'1'1-1'111'11 A1 1111s l1I'1'll1121'11 111 0111111111111 Il 2111111 1'1111111:11 1111t 111w11ys s11111111111 1'11111'H1' ill 111111 with 111s st1111111s 111111 is 111111115 j11s111-1- 111 110111. S1111113' is 11 1111111111111 of f'1'l1f1'll1 II1g11. 111111 11s 1111 1111111-11' 111s 111-1'i1'i111-s 111-11 11iv111's1111'11. 1111115 1-V1-1' 1111 wus 1111'1' 111111 w111111 1'11'11l1 xl1l1'Nl1 111 . 1 11- 1. 1'1111111 111111: follows 111' F. 111111 M. 1111111g1111 11111 111111111 01? 11111111' 1'111-vs 111 111'1111111'11 11 11111111 1111x1111.r As ll 111-11111111' 111111 111'1112111' S111-115' is s11l11'111111'. Just to 1101l1' 111111: -111111111115 31111111111 111112111-I 11111k1's you s111v111'. 31' w s1-1111i2E?f111'l1is wc for-1 that 1111 ' . L,1111'1-ss1'111, 1' I possesses 111 1.:1'1:11t- - H1 1-12 111111bNg1'1111tl 11 - ucteristic of IQIVVQ' - .4 ,. f 1 1 ' .,,, fr! 1 1' ' . 1 1 1 1 Q 11 In 1' . T-' Ferry Five Hia ff iiv 1 , 77 ! "' 1 - 1:23- -1 1-me 111 P X ' CC IZIPU MMR! Hl'IUIUil'i ALVIN 1'RI'll'l'Z Mnrvll 22, HHH R1':z1Iiln.:, l':l. -lruvnx, .ilyrluvl -I' K I3 llistorialn 121. llootllvnll l.il1'l'n1'y Sovis-ty 1I.2,3t : 'I':1u linppn Alphn: l'hi lfpsilon Knppn: I'ost-l'ra1ndinl 1'luln 1:13 Y. M. 1'. A. 1'nIiinol'. S01'i'1't11i'y till: l,l'l'lHll'l'll nt. S1-hnylkill S1-ininury, R1':u1lim.:g A.ll. l'o1n'so. This thinning.: young 1'a11li1'a1l. tho most lwillinnt ol':tt'o1' in cfollcgo, is never nt ll loss to lind somo- thing worth dt-nonnc-int.:: if Rovk1-t'1-llm- or Cul- vin 1'oolidg.-fc is worn ont. wo can lists-n to n dm-lic-ions ln-outlsido nt Plano 'l'rigonoln0f1'y. Goorgt- is just ns snc-c-vsst'nl in th-nonnc-inn.: nh- Sl,l'lll7tl0!lS als hc is with politicians. Ilv Cllll nullco at cnho root hlnsh for shainiv nt its wrot1'liocl vxistonw. Muny hnvr- flnnkvd Al- gohru hut fow have had tho 1-rnstz to h1'nf,: nhont it: und donmnd 1-rvdit for it ns ll llrnvv dvvd. powvrt' f0lllll'llL'X to hrvuk so-Cullvd 1 frnints this your, has only 1-nd0d"np ngoin ut thc plume lliCk-lllllllil. MARSl'lAI,li MAIYRICIC 1?1llll1iN July 21, 111113 Lllll1'IlSU'l', Pal. lliugnotliiun l,itv1':n'y Soc-im-ty 11.22.2251 Win- nor. XV. I'. Ilvnsvl Mvmorinl Prim- 123: Pro- pzu'v1l ut l.m11'nst1-I' Iligh S1-hoolg .LIL f'0lll'Sl'. Moroso is sonn-thing whim-h Maulric-1' 1-1-rtninly is not. On on-ry worth-while suhjm-ct ho hats S0llll'l'lllllf.Z to sny und ho suys it in nn nuilioritn- tivo wary, tnlthongh his Illlfll0l'ifil'S are sonw- l'illll'S wrongj. All joking usidv, 1'oh1-n hus nmdc his nmrk ns an 1l1-hutor und orutor in "Ding", In fawt his logic is so good that tho profs. 1lf.I1'l'0 with him to avoid ht-ing worstvd in 3ll'LElllll0llt. This propvnsity will uid hini. l1owm'1-l', in nmk- ing his jlIl'l0S ng.:1'vv with him wha-n hu lwc-mnvs at l2llVX1'l'. To sum np--Nliig in hody, hig in soul, with tho powol' of f0l'i'l'flll 1'ln11'n1ftv1'izntion typivnl ol' tho Slll'l'0SSflll nmn, wc know hc will succeed in this world. Forty Six X l "'d"d"d CC IZIPII MMR! A' f FRANCIS ALLAN IJANA Dovmiilwi' 272, 1904 AvllliK'S-l:2ll'l'0. Pa. AL flootlu-an Iiitorary Sol-ivty 41.2.5-ll! Chaplain ftijg l'hi lfpsilon Kappa: 1'l'01l3ll'l'll at Wilkos- Barre High Sohoolg A.l5. Course. God him-ss the man who invoniod day-drcanv im: and a posture to 4-njoy it! But you should hoar Al lllllkl! oxfoniporanvous spovclws. NVo1'ds just lnup from his lips whvn tho ovcasion do- lnunds. Ile C0llSlllll0S inuch time attvndingx meetings of the Young: l'voplo's Branch of tho W. U. T. U. and lavishvs rho l'l'lll1llll1l0l' upon his iwwolitly acquirod hirsuio appendages. During rho day hc sponds nnuvh ot' his tinio ox- posod-to niatheinafics. and his ovonings strug- gling with an llllll'l'l'lltlX insaiiafo dosivc to ai- tcnd all thc social activitios of tho apostolim- pops. But novvl'fln'Ioss Al is a friond who will travel twain tho niilos to play his part with young and old alike. IJAVIID .IAMIGS .IAUKSHN DAVIDSON May ls, 1905 Lam-aslor, l'a. V H1ll'l',Il. -fillllllll l'l'opa1od al. F. and M. A1-:ull-iny: ILS. in Ev. l'0lll'S1'. This nohlo, one-hand chariot' di-ivui' claims ho is llc-n I'llll',S only rival whvn it' 1-onios to hand- ling :1 gasoline wagon. Ilo oats. sh-ops and studios l?J in his gondola. Davvy has do- volopod an ingenious nu-thod ol' studying: it's soinoilhing like this---hc parks in a som-Iudod spot. switchos oil? tho ligliis and thvn has Iwi' "road his 2'lSSl:J,'lllllOlllIS tio him". .Timn1y's frroatost dolightz is io load up tho old bus with a hunch of c-hivkons, hlondos. lmrluu-ttcs. auburn, otc.. and go off, in a study period. Ile is so fond of walking ho cxpvcts to fake up the shoo hnsinoss as a lifo calling, and some day we van oxpoct to huy "David- 1 son-landicotiz-Johnson" chaussuircs. ' . Forty Seven xy N xi I r K RIPL MME- J JA M ES V. Ill-1MAR'l'INO J inmu ic Er, f'0lll'S0. l'm'4-vs in l"i':lm-0 llriftvml to I.nn1'nstvr 1'l'nni n svrvim-4-. lnll uncv in :i whilv wc got hini sl'ni'l'0mI nn u wnr story. You try it. .linnniv is nn nrrist with thu lmnjn. hut ns Il nclilv, und his fnvuritv tiinu, June. ICUY M. llllil1Zll'l' Maura-h 10, lllllll l'nvi:l. 1':l. U.ilwrt iliilifllliiilillll Iiilvrairy Suviviy HH: l'r1-- pnrvcl nt Silili1N'llSillll',! Slam- Nurnml S4-lumlg l'Iim-11-cl .lnninr Your: ILS. l'mu's0. llns nnyunu som-n unytliing ul' lliln-1'I'! As :i .lnniur Roy M. llilu-rl nisulv his Uililll nnil qnii-It vniry into l". nnll M. llv is Il lililv lnnn Iillvfl with high imlvnls :xml nnlnlv lllll'liUSl'S, elo- ic-rinilwll allwnys tu ln- :in 1-xo1n1llau'y l'm-llnw. llv is tin- young.: main who i'1'nvm-ls his own with withunlz lmiln-riilg tha- rc-st ol' thi- wurlil. illlli is nn Ill'1i1'llf lu-livvvr in lhv snying.: "Sill-iwv is golllm-n". lint do not luv inistnlwn. kinal I'0lllil'l'S. il' sm-4-vss is fill pm- 4-vnl. ultnimilnlm- hy hnrll nncln, ilig.':1-nt work. snrvly wo will iltilll' frmnn thi' l ' ' ,thv in-nr 1'ntm'o. X- 5 .....,..Jf?,f.aM,yH4'ff 1 F arty Eight ,.....- . V i i 1 I , if ' f ll i ii ii .lilly lil. INEDT Stllllll.Ul'li, Conn. Uullom- llnnal 11.2.2-ii: Gm-l'l1v:iii Liivrnry So- 4-iviy ll.2J: l'usI-l'1':1mli:il fillil 431: l'i'0pnrm-ml nt l"r:inlclin :incl Murshnll Avmlvlny: ILS. in Jim. :x prmlilct of l'nvl0 Snni's 4-xiwxlitimlury l'miii0vtiv1il town 1-nllwl Sfllllli'0l'li. Lilw nmny ni' his lcinll hv sm-lcloni tnlks of his nvvi'-svns 1'm'm-list in thu will-g.:0 lmnll-wvll, thvy hnvu in sionl his hm'n in lu-vp hini from plnying.: if. Uh. wi- l'm'y.:vf flu' hns ll girl. too. His fnvoritv prof. is Dull llnrtow: his fnvnrilc Sllilj1't't, Pin- X-L r -'WWW-qc I2IPL13.MME'D J J. I1lCNNE'l"l' Illlllil BLF .Tune 5. 1904 iieauling. 1':1. . limi, Ilcurhllf Uluss Footbull 11,253 Prepared nt Reading High Schoolg I-LS. Course. This picture represents none other than the duke of Pine Street, the Missing.: Link. lnmy.-:ine unyone who fuints nt the sniell of ether or the sight of at pretty girl studying to be 11 SllI'2L'0ll! Thut's lien. But he has u few patients nlreudy. Ile lnukes daily culls to the outskirts of the city to visit someone who must be terribly sick. for he grabs his sutchel ut S l'. M. und rushes out of the house and doesn't return until!-luter. IIe's ll0t1l nieniber of the stuff :lt St .losph's hos- pital, but he goes there. Nor hus he shores in the Union Stock Yards, but he and "Becky" his Ford can often be seen there Y ' belief. GEORGE L. IDIICRWECTIITER Mny 15. ISDN Sheridan, Pu. llieruwelilffl' Prepared ni Millersville Stute NOI'lllIli School: Iflntered Stlllllllllltill M ir: lLS. Uourse. "I uni niy brother's keeper." ' llv these words ye shull know hinl. for they puinl the best word picture possible ot' this dig:- nilied young.: nuin. llis outstanding.: trait is kind- ness to everyone. Mix with this nn earnest und :enuine desire to help others. und you have his chief churncteristic. George hns nlreudy proven his :ability to handle u n1nn's job hy teaching in the Lower Chuneeford High School and utter ll'1lVlll,L! college he expects to step higher in the educutional field. llis f2lV0l'if0 song is "I Ani D' .y About Lizzie" ins aired. no doubt. bv ' llillfk-illlll'L young lady in whom his utfection, ii 'e centered, ilV?b htgif gmt Gil, Forty Nine X fpiywig .WA 'N 'sie - . ,,,. ic .: 1 :Q "TIE--gvg::.f,-3155513-NNW i A Ms, h My 1 l X ' ed J it u letter u duy is any criteri 'or such n little rp q rriitt if . ,K XY , . -'1,,'3E.x - 1 'X ,Ei 'N s ,'+,,!.,' 'Fin ,lyk-. ,..Mf ., ,ya-, .TL5....' ,L X G IZIPU MMR- TITHUMAS JUIIN DUNAGIIY April 29, 1900 Gurlllnntlmwl, 1'n. Xdv: fllllliflllllll Junior llop l'0lllllllll0l' 435: Rod Ilond Ulnh, Prusidvnt 12433 lntrn-Mnrnl A. A. 1353 1'l'l'1Dlll'l'll ut l'1-rkionwn School: En- tvrod Junior Yvnrg ILS. in Ev. Conrsv. II1-ro wo urv. follows. Thu ono und only of his kind, in :L c-lnss hy himsolf. Ilo llllXOS in vvvry- thing.: und is nvvvr found in unyrllilnz. Aovoin- plislinwnts? As vnriod ns thu 4-olors in tho ruin- howl lhlt thoy alll 1ll'1ll'llll on his lino. The ll01'3'-lll'1l1ll'1l orntor from lil'l'lllIlllf0lVll. thu would-ho politivinn und n fl'llV0llllf.'Q goog- ruphy of l'hilanluIphia1 nnd onrirons. Rod spunds qnito n hit of tinn' on his hooks-ASnuppy Stor- ius. 171-ts-vfiru Storivs :und Wostvrn Storivs. Ilis gzwaltc-st tolnlum-y is to lm-nw for thu wilds of Contosvillv ovory Sunday nig,-:ht-pri-slnnnhly l for :I good dinnvr. l AI!'l'IIllI! W. l'llSl'lNllAli'l' S4-pt. 28, HHH York. l'n, Sllfkl' 0.:':'if' .l rl 'If K 'l': li1ll'llN'illl Lilornry Svioly HJZP: l'r1-ss l"llllb HDI l'l:1ss Foollralll 121: l'l'l'DIll'l'1l :ll WVost York Iligh Sc-hool: ILS. in Ev. Uoursv. llc-ro is :unotln-r ol' onr woll-drvssod vlnss- nmfos from York Vonnty. Un notic-ing Spikos hnsinvss-likv nppw-nralln-0 onv would think hiln ll C'0llllll3.f .lohn ll., hut do not ho mlm-4-oivm-ml, for whvn ho hrvnks looso on om- of his il1i'l'1-qln-lit som-inl osvnpmlvs ln- nwnns lillSllll'SS. llv has nftmnptod to inlroduvv tho cfnlrnro ot' 4-log.: duno- ing into our 4-ollm-go 4-nrrivnlmn. hnt thus for ho is the only followvr ol' his own hohhy. For nll tho dopv on tho now stops :apply to this Z, 2:23172-lmolnnl. lYffJSw:iJjef nn adopt :lt tho . lint what lll'4'lllll0 oljhis frntornity pin 2 his Frvslnnun yen . 1 E , fdff 5 9 Qf 14 Z 7 - 'L-1 EE pxf.. IIllllIIIIIllllIllllIIllIIIIllIllIllllillllllllllllllllllllllllllll f 64 1 . if-i'f. f lfffh -iff, 1 2 , " -. 1- 5 I , urlye--ffl" I ' ' . X". . J' 1 . , .... , . A f 5 - 'ff Fzfly .' 0 -, -,o fp . ,m3.y.,57,gg34Qg'Q5f.,,3.: A .. .,4e::.e4, 5, i CG GIZIPL' MMP:-Ji 1' HOWARD RIGGINAIAIJ ENSUR April LH, 1110-L Lalllualsti-1', 1':1. Rug, .lcrlsy fir K Ty fflifiillllllllb Stuff Hip 5 1'ust-1'1':nnlinl lflnh UU: fmiO0fil02Ill I.ito1'n1',v Sm-in-ty 11,1351 1'l'l'D2ll'l'il ut 1.11m-alstt-1' High Schuolg ILS. in Nc. lfu1l1'S0. , "I SIIIIIIIIUI' at Atlantic City." Nic nru ull tllorouglily iannllnu' with thu Nfilfl'lll0lli1, hut Iind upon invs-st1igut'im1 that: Rugs Sllllllll0l'illf.f is Slli-i!01'ill1.!2lt Uhi1d's. Ho oxprvssvs his niusivnl talivnt on the fnnmns Nzltimml Cnsh Systom. Hctwcvn Slllll1lll'l'S Roy.: is active nt IIl'illl0llZ, Pino filll'tiCll, Utlillllliiill, various pri- vntv honn-s. und F. und M. ns Il sitio-Iinv. 1'1'uf. linrm-s exports y.:1'm-:it things frmn ling in rm-turn fm' thi' grunt things Hog is gc-ttiing frmn him now, i ILS. l'mu's0. liuvc sucih n stolg f z g , said he found it I" n ' U 1 fy, . . UIIAIKLICS RUSS ICSIIIIICMAN, JR. Uvtolu-r IL 15305 i42lll1'IISit'l', pil. Irnry. Ilvll. Vlulrlia A XA: SUllilUlll0l'l' f'lli1'llliJll' Slnfi' 423: Stu- iimlt'-NV1-vlciy Slalli' Ui: liilitmn'-in-4Zhi:-i'. Uri- ilunnnu UH: llingnutlminn liitvrawy Sm-ioly 4127, Mfwk Trinl fill: illi'0l'-Fl'lli'0l'lliiy timin- vil CD: Homin! 'Assistant iu2lll3lj.Il'l' Fontlnlll C215 Acting: BIIIIIIILIUI' NVl'1'SfiillLf 435. Munnp.:4-r- vlvcty l'l'l'lNll'l'1i alt iAllll'IlSfl'I' High Sc-hoolg S00 Ulll' i'iNiIiUlllilll. ot,l1c-rwisv known as thu Politix-nl Sviulm- shalrk. 1-anno to 1-wilt-gm' fl'0lll ldmwilstm' High Sr-lmol to iw al sm-it-ty fIli:1g.':.i lnnn. H0 is iiisalppuintml in collage ibl'i'2lllS0 no unc will tnlu' him sorionsly und IIOCIIIISU ho has i03ll'll0ii nothing. How could hu lvurn z1nyt,l1ing.1: when hu spvmis ull his time writing: lvtturs? 'i " ' Y" i www' ' month Q N SSX x S, Y 'uuuli1lF" " ininiuif' X Fifty One I W I i ' iitliki iy 'Wii if V iw' ii 4ii. .i:,fi ii Mi ii iiiii it 5 25 ., ,, i , , M. ' 'i i .iq i' ,mi 1 ,i In ' IIUK DI , 5 " x t " ' fl'Ilf4'l'llii'V pin, ln " vo r ' U , 1 1 . A X: V T .IEW , K. Q y . li 0 I i ' I K :Q l ,M , mtg- H ,4 i x :- .TOIIN ADA SODf1'lllil0l' 6, l!l11Zl Jnlrlrlrfl, A X A: l'l11ss Vil'l'-lll'l 131: llasm-l1:1ll Squml 12 Vlass l1'1111ll1:1Il 121: l'1'11 S1-h1111l Illlli thu l'11i1'1-1 "OIT again. 1111 llgilil lll.C2lill." 'l'l1:1t's .l11l11111y. ing al'l'1-1'li1111s. 'l'his I1 111111-111-ml hy 111-11l11-11-l11-a1'1' ways 1-s1'a111-s just' ill ti11 the vily 111' Uiil'llliill'.H "l111il1li11's" Zlllli is k1-111' hnys with l1is "1l1-a1li11' also ll 111w1-1' 111' sl1'1-mztl v111'il0 1111111l11-1' i11-ing: H111 ' As wo l1z1v1- i11ti111at1'1l. is 111111: llllli 1'l11-1-lu-1'1-ml. first whito lllllll to 1-11111't 1si1l1-111 fill! HIU1' l'Illl1 I: l+'1111ll1all Squad llili 11a1'1-1l at ll11a1li11,u lli1:l1 sity 111' l'1'llllNj'iV2llliIll L11l111'111l S11pl111111111'1- Yl'lll'Q ILS. 1'11111's1'. 1, glllll' aganin. 1-a11,u:l1t with his 1'a11i1lly sl1il'l'- 11:11't-l11'11:1lc111"s l1':1il is 1-11 fl2llllSl'iS. 1'111' h1- al- 11'. J11l11111y l1ails fl'1llll wh1-1'1- iil1'j' illlVl' hig 1 1111 1l11- 111111111, l11s la- 'nj'l'llill1.f l?1 111' R1111111." this Val1-111i1111's 1-:11'111-1' II1' lllillliiS 1111 was th11 'fl!l111'ii:liT1'1'1S' Qrfimfifaiiiif i' RIPII MMD? AIlll'l'il lil. 1! Snap ll,S. ill I'I1'. 1'11111's0. 'l'l1is giak 11s111I 111 I111 :1 l'1',!lll2ll' l11- has l1-it sl1a1't111'1-1l 1111 l1is 1111-1'1'v llis s11111sl1i111.: 1:11-ti1-s. 1l1'1'l'11l 1ll'l'N0llll1.fl' l'1'11111 XV11st111111'1-l:1 ing.: his 1-111111t1'y ill l"1'a111-c l'111' 11ig.:ht M F01 'I IT ll11a1li11g, l'a. . I 1111111 illlSj' 111111-1'tai11i11g: ll11- Sj'll1'llllllii0ll." II11 is 1l'111-al11111t11s. ll' is au- 1-1'1'1'y girl at Mill1-1's- 1.LlCNN LA'l'lMI'lR I"I'lNNlCl1l1 101 Salina. l':1 Allflf: 1'lass ii2lll1llll'i 1'11111111itl1-1-. f'ilIlil'lllllll 1221 : l'l'1-11a1'1'1l al' 1ilSiiilll0lliillN S111'i11g.:s S1-l11111l: 1:a111l1l1-1' ill ill'1ll'f9. l'1-111al11 ilL'lll'iS. llllli lllillly arm- 11111 11111-s wav. H111 141111111 fair lill1llS1'l ill the Wvst' 1-11s11:11'1-1l l1i111 1'11111pl1't1'ly llllli 1111w l111 has :1l1a111l11111-1l 1'111'1-1'1-1 'l'l1al is Ulllj' 111111 I'illll'llK'iOl'iSli1' 111' this w1111- 111l 1'111111l'y. ll11si1l11s g:1111l1li11g with Sll1'll trivial 1hi111.:s as I flllllllit' il1'lll'iS. l111 1.:a111l1l111l will1 l1is li1'1- hy s1-rv 111-11 1111111tl1s. Muvh 1'1-1'111.:11i1i1111 sh11l1l1l l111 l111sf11w1 1111111 who has 1lis11lay1-1l Sll1'il l1l'a1'1'1'v llllli 1111- -1l 11111111 11'i111is111 ill iiilll lirslz illlZlll'1i 1111-11ii1111c1l. Q7 vi ' luis l1is pict111'1- Ovilfiiill' wall. 'l'illli'S a 111i- ' 5' ll ucst for Jul11111yQjl111w1evQ1'. 'E Y ' ...... 1 . f , ,I'!-' f - ., Fifty Two ":' f llllllllL5 - 4 ' J , 'iff--, '-13-L-,W :- ll l Q-Wtttiti-Mic ravi: MMR- Df"'i'i'i'ii'i KICNNICTII SIIRONTZ FRYE Jllllllillj' 27, 1901 Wnsliingrtrm, l'n. , Jfrfn KIIZZKQ G11-0 Uluh UH: Y. M, U. A, till: t Iuss llootlrull Alllllililkil' 121 Z Sum-01' Squuil till 2 l'l'01lill'l'd :lt F1'llllkllll und Msirslmll Ac-aulvlliyz 1 U 11.5. K.0lll'S0. Full nmny ai iluwci' wus horn tn hlush un- svvn, und waste its fl'1l2l'1lll4'l' in tht- th-svrt' nil: Su it wus with Kon. hut hc-hqltl. within our midst thc-rc cmnus ll ,LZ0lllllS in-vm' silspom-lull :is such hy nmny. until this your wo lintl the-in mnong: those very fuw who IHIV1' iufqllirotl lust- ing fume hy 1ll'0tlIlt'lllf.! mic ni' thu lntvst fox- trots. "Oh Luwcly 'D'Dny." A string ot' shut- turvd hourts livs in cvory town visitvml hy thn- tllvv tlluh, hrokun hy thc Si'l'0llSIi'll ot' Kvn's Ilit'l'L'lll1.'I 1N'1'S0ll1lIifX. The wit mul lnnnrn' of ull ll'l'1lll1tl is no l'iv:l1 for hiin. for survly thoso who know him will say he is fur nhovu the au'o1':1g.-ge. . GILIIICIQT O. Glill-5 Ja1nu:n'y 2-L 1904- SUIIII1'iTUl'Si'tlXX'll. Pal. Obie tloc-ilu-nil Litvlwnry Sm-ivty fill: Y. M. C. A. 629 3 Prvss Uluh C23 : l'hi lipsilnn Knhhn: l'rv- ll3I1'0l1 nt Sm-l1n0l'l'1-1'st,owl1 null IA'lHlll0ll High S1-Iumls: All. Course. Uhio, :ultlmugh ho is quick it-111111-l'c-cl. is ul- wuys rl-umly tu lislvn to :ln lll'f.'Illlll1'lli1 and nmliniti NVIIOII hu is wrongr. 'l'lll'0lI,LCll his willingrm-ss to sm-rw otlu-rs nnrl his l'0l'1'l'flll lN'l'H0ll2llil'y, lu- hus won llltllly l'i'ivn1ls. 1-spm-4-inlly l'l'llllllt'. Illltl for that l't'tlN0ll ln- is llllSlll'1lilNSt'tl us n 4'oi'1'v-- Slblblltlllllif. llv has hm-m-n known tn i'1-4-4-ivu us high :ls six lm-ttvrs Il tluy.. Likc all mllvginns, Ohio packs an wivkvtl line' which hus hvlpm- 'nl ova-g y ll ro V-.lwmnl - in his clussox. :Sv vortliul ' 'hu works tuntly und with ' I mn ntl uny J' "T7E"'E signvd to him. A I I - ii :LJ Qt? fl i , r' TI J ' P 'iffy iree ' X 'N-2.3171 'ini 'Q' ,- QLL: I :ill i ' fi-.er - un iii nrmm nmrwru Y' . 9 I """"" KC IZIPL MMR J lil illl'lllT IIASSLER G ERIIARD i Juno 27. 1904 Sm-mini, Jupun Hola, flvrry l':n'u1liso l'luh: Hrifluinlno Stull' fill: Goo- rhunu l.iIm-rnry Soc-in-ty, f1,2,3fQ 1'hi llpsilon Kuppu: l'l'01lIll'1'll nt l"runklin und Murshull Avauloiiiyg A.H, Uourso. lloh is ono oi' fhoso follows who is allways husy yot novor works, llis niuin ovcuputions ure sim-ping.: und plnying tho ukololo. und hc has ilovolopi-cl thu "l'orinvr nrt to pvrfoction, hut thou wo anhnit ho in-mls his houuty sloop. His uko plnying is ohovv l'0Dl'0lll'll too, us ho is inl- porvions to :ill roinnrlcs on thc suhjoct. llis i'nvorito sports uro lonnis, ping.: pong mul rm-nilingx lfli'll1ll'll Iflnreling Davis or Stevenson in l"l'l'll1'll 1-hiss. Ilis short 1-urly looks ure the onvy :incl 5llllllll'lll'l0ll of all the opposite sox who halvo tho good fortune to incot him. I-Iis lllllSSlV0 hoaul fsizo GMJ und Hcrculcuu figure do tho rost -mul ho is populur wherever ho goos. FLOYD K. GI lll5lilC Soptonihor 15, 1904 Lillli'ilSf0l'. Pu. Hill, 'gllllllkll l'ropuro4l ul: lAllN'ZlSi'l'l' lligh Svhoolg HS. Uoursv. lloro is ono ol' tho ohups wo soo ow-ry lnorn- ing :lt tho 1-hupol door hnncling out' ilu- uttonll- unc-o slips whivh vuuso us so nuwh worry uhoui' tho onrl ol' tho soinostor if wo uri- ai hit short on flllilll Ilo hns roconfly tnkon ro mini-ing und in so doing.: hus ucquiroll unothor lllvlillllllll' which most ot' ns know wry littlo uhout. und trying to flnucu with Ilih's pnrtm-r. who is Il littlo "Dot" is us hnrfl ns trying to soll vhnpol slips in tho sunnnor tiino. Gih hus not fukon nnu-h purf in colll-go uv- tivitivs. hut sponcls :Ill his spuro fllllt' ut thc -' a.--...-.... .H.-.1:a-H sonic dn. o will ho roaming -N. 'H' - "1. columns. I s ai hnrd workor f . iyihing.: voinos from porsistonf oI'I'orf f .f ri-ly will luna luvrntiro position in ji. 4-hos i profos. .N IKM -' XWYZQN-ii X . .Q If , Xggijgiiigs-'.p:ip:',i5i:,3.1pF, , If NXXQYQ .'fl5x'NlAwl!l'iM ' A J - who N Tlailxhw fa , ff U r " .2-" . , . i l 'H lfalisllllkllllwlll Fwy Few '- " " zpflxsr '.1f..:- J' sf-W ' n:i3f.v,-- I-,ff -gg..-,. - .ft-4212 f ' X x 1 A 'A CCORIPL' MME' 7 IGLY Gillilllltllflf' January 12. 15104 N1-w York Eli Track Squad 11.253 Soc-ri-1' KSU: l'r4-parvd al lim-NVitt Clinton Iligh Si-hool, N1-w York: ILS. in Ec. Course. Many are tho illf0l'1ll'l'l'lll1J,' nnastvrs who arc- dvail and liaw no 1-liani-v ol' starring.: throuf,:h the IIDSUIIUO olf public Syllllllllily. lint toll IIN! - what would liorlin. Paul Whitman. llki-li-lv Iko and our own llm-ina-nz or Pino Garth-n do without our little "lCli"'! Always a whirl oi' fm-t and synvopation. ho has dm-stroyiid thu pop- ular llDil0l'lSlll oi' NVinu, NVona-n and Soni.: to lruild up ono of his own-Jazz. Jazz and nioro Jazz. Ladivs -got your kodaks ri-ady. ilu-ri-'s a picture here. 1ilDl1lCli'l' lil VlNilS'l'UNl'l llAllXlSlI NOVUIIIIIOI' 10, 15105 Milli-rsvillv. l'a. W The Iluylruy, Hob i Paradiso Vluhg XV11-stling Squad 621: 'l'rark Y l 1? Squad till: l'm-nnis HH: l1'v1nli'04l at l"ranklin and Marshall A1-ailvniyt A.li. Uoursu. Tho liayhay is, hy his own admission, tho physically In-l'I'1-4-i nian. Wi- hatm- io disillusion him. so wa- don'l1 arguc. lloh's an all around good follow and an athlm-tv ol' no nu-an ability to hoot. Last yi-ar ho won tho intra-mural wrc-stling 1'lllllll1ll0llSlllll in his rlass and wo rx- pvrt g.':1'1-at things ol' hini in tm-nnis. llv is also IIlllilS1NIll'il 4-hanipion ol' l. M. l'. l'. l'. llntra- Mural l'vnny I'itrlu-rs Vnionb. XVlu'n it vona-s to ilu- ladivs. lioh lu-lic-vos that rarim-ty is tho shim- of lifv, and although ho ofton falls ho new-r stays down. llowvwr. wc dnn'r know what lu- dot-s whvn he-'s in Mil - li-rsrillu. ' Fifty Five sf:--1-f stiff-omni: mms-3 ' 4 ' '- l'llbWAlili l1l,.XlNl'l IlAlil', Jil. Mny 17, limi! -SllllfllSlilIl'g. Md. Eel 'DE K: tllvm- l'Inh fly: Uullm-go llnnxl f1,2,353 Y. M. U. A.: 1'l'i-palm-ll nt SllllfllNlDlll'f.I lligh Svlmulg A.l!. l'oui'sv. llrvntlu-s tlmru ai main with soul so llc-:ul that iiovoi' to liimsvlf hzitli suill. "This is my 0Wll. my nzitivm- Mui'ylnn4l"? Loyalty, yvs. tlmt is lflil ull ovvi' f-to frii-mls. i'1'ntv1'nii'y nnll collvgv. Ai-riving :it vnllm-gv with ii snxoplmiio in unn- liunnl nml :I fl'li'llill.l' :rip in ilu' utlwr. Ecl's pvrsmlnliiy soon wun ai wny fm' him into our livurtsg fm' lic nml the emits-ills of that Fl'l'lll'll lirini' lmrn ll-ft ns zuhniringly lu-lph-ss. Lun- wistm-i"s pn-iiiivi' ni'c'livst1':ls. ilu- mllvirv huml :iml tho film' t'lnh linvi- hi-on snstnim-rl hy this lllllSl1'l2lll'S rule-nts. Shortly. in tho words of that nmstvr, lim-nniu lim-mza-l'. lid is 'plonty l lint." lla-aulvml fm' the ministry und making his uwn waxy has hovn no snap: but oc-rtninly if inn-il work :ind nhility to make frivncls mi-uns uny- thing. stu-miss fm' this lud is 1lSSlll'l'll. XVARREN PAUL IIIGIMHAI 'll ' Dcccinbcr 21, 1903 East Hrvi-iivillv, l':i. Paul tlnulln-nil l1ltt'l'lll'j' Smwim-ty Illia: l'i'm-primal , . . . , ,, . . nt lflnsi. lxl'00lll'llll' lligli N-llnnlt lib. in luv. 1'mn'sv. 1':iul is nn uxvvptiminlly quivi :ind rvtiring youth :incl tmvols his own puth without hnth- 4-ring: tliv rvst of thu worlll. lt might lm ot' in- tn-rvst to know. limvm-wi'. tlmt: ho lmngs out :ii tho Y. NV. U. A. l'nmmnnity 1l2llll'0N ovi-ry Sni- urmlny night. 'Phu one outsinmliny: 4'llill'lli'il0l'lSilC nlmut this clnip is his 1'0lllill'lilllil0 nu-imn'y. Moro tlmn nm-mi ho lms l.0l'f.'I0fi0ll his lwys :incl lms lu-on nliliga-rl to wuko up tliruo ni' tour follows to ups-n thc dum' nt 3 A. M. lint seriously. Pnul is qnitv an stmh-nt Altliungrli ut thu ontsvt his mnin ambition wus to hu n .l. 1'. Bl0l'f.'Illll. lic' nuw hu: ill in lluwvy nspirzitions. Wo wish him l . .' b " in this his pi'vsmii,' lllllll'l'- IL-1 'Q t on A f 9 ' I -'.,. F iffy Six 1 ' V f W X if i. xi r W 4 'ICG IZIPL MMPQD - Ifxxlrnpil H. HEMMIG F1-ln'11:11'y 10, 1001, Sl1illi11gi'r111, l':1. f'ul l1i1'c-1111-. 011111-gl' lhnul KID: Glu- fiillii 631: l'hi li11sil011 K11111111: 1'1'v11111'01I alt NV1-st fiill'SiK'l' Sturm N0l'lll2li Svl1m1lg E11t01'1-cl -Tllllitbl' Yvurg Ali. Cm11'sc-. G1-111111 1'l'Ild0l'. guzu 141111: llllllll this COIIIIYU- 11111141- for it is :1 l'Ill'l' thing to gum- 11111111 one likv Kul11l1's. Afivr 1111-1-ti11y.': him you fm-01 that you huvu iill0NVll him ull yum' lifm- P11111-1-1'11i11g: thu 11111111111lisI11111111ts of this 1ll'UIlliSillLf young Illllll. ull wa- iill0XV is rhut hu g1'a1d11a1t1-d f1'm11 Wvst C111-sh-1' N111'111a1l S1-luml, 111111 won Il 11111011 nn tho 1211111 fiillii und tho 11-111h11'sl1i11 of tho coi- h-go 11111111 1111 111'1'i1'i11g: ut F. 111111 M. R11l11h's only YVOIliill1'SN is sm-lling.: :111t1111u1l1il1-s. illlti he 1-X111-cts to lbllli this tu 1lI'ilC'fiCll1 use lllilil' in lii'1-. 1111-1111 Fifly Seven i l'I1AI'DiC l5I'l1I1lfIR IIICNIJIGRSON S1-11t0111h1-1- 21. 18115 M11yt,11w11. l'n. I'lull1I1'. Snlfliw' lfunus A XA: S1111:11'1- 'und t'm111111ss Club: l'1'vp111'e1l uf M:1ylr11v11 High Scluuml: ILS. i11 lic-. 1711111-se. N0i1iil'l' linnus Ih'11fh-1's1111. ill i!l'0lli ilu' 11111110- juvk flisfrivf ill flu- hm-k womls of iullyi0XVll. is 11 1101-11 11115111-1'. lla- talks 111111: und wimlily 1111-1' 11r1l'l1i11g. vxu-111 XViH'll thx' Sohlivr Bonus is lllf'll- fi0lll'1i. 111111 iillill ho lu-1-111111's 4-xc-1-1-tlilurly 111110- Alllllllfl HUIIIIXYS l'Xl'ifill1.f 1-X111-1'i011c'us 1h11'- ing: tho i11t1-1'1'1111tin11 nl' his 1-r1llw,:o work ha11'1- ha-1-11 111'v1's0:1s sc-1'1'ic-0 und Illl llllXDl'C'i'l'li lll2lfl'i- 11111ni111 1'1-1111111-. Ile is ll vnlluhlu sm-i11111l 10:11-lu-1', huving sw-111' sm-vm-11 years ill i1 f1'111-filly: Young A1111-1'i1-11. Wu iill0XV that grnss 111-s11't:1g.:1'n1v 011 Il busy st1'v1-1. 111111 i'i11lf'S why I 1i0l'S0ll Wllllili 11111110 Il pool' Iillil' 1311111111 IlliV QUllll'llf. Irm ' 4 fl ii qmflbi ' VMWN 11 Or , Kagan asa. viii I 1. , -i i L, 'J ' s f' X a Y ' I 'W' CC RIPLAMME J ELMEIQ lII1'llIIlI'llU'll'lIi. JR JOHN ALLEN HIBSUIIMAN Oc-iolwi' H. 1N!lH Srruussiown. Pu. Jzrwlr l,l'0llill'0d ui Kvystonv Stuto Norlnaxl School: lfllitoiw-il Junior Yvurg TLS. Course. Aftoi' much wznulvring' in llitforviir rvgions Juck 1104-idod to stuy nt F. :ind M. long.: enough to uhsorh suilicivnt organic clwmistry and physics to Dl'l'lllll'l' him for an sciontilic c-a11'0e1'. A nnturnl fzwulty for scientific inquiry wan'- rnuts his pursuing.: such ll course just us it ns- sistvil him in his vurlim' oxpvrinwnts in the so- cinl sc-ivnc-s. Wm- should some cluy livui' great things ol' him hoth h0l'!lllS0 of tho fnmily he rvprosvnfs :mal tho peculiar inifiutivv lu- pos- sossos. Thosv of us who know .lau-k's gonuinu inforost in human wolfnro can rvaulily under- siuncl why ilu' lll0llil'll1 profossion uitruvis him so strongly. Wo huil with lla-light n flvlivvrx-1' from tho wo1'lfl's ills. N0l'0ll1il0l' 15, 190-l Grevnslmurg. Pu. Jflnwr Fil' Si'llill'llf-Xv0i'iilX Slul'I'. Liil'l'lll'j' lflcliioi' liovtlnln l,ii01'au'y Som-is-ly HH: l'orIvr Sc-ivutiiic Sol-in-ty fill: Rohvris Prim' in lliology 1212 l'l'0lllll'l'll nt fil'l'l'llNlllll'5.f High Svhoolz AJS. I 'ou1's0. 'l'his is tho mnu who ruiswl flu' sc-ulo of m:1l'k- ing.: ni, I". nnd M. Whvn lu'ul'1'iv01l lu- found ilu- svnlv nuu-li too low----so hu rnisml it. As scliolusiiv honor m:1n of his vluss ho isn't' quitv surv wlwtlu-1' lu- would 1bl'i'i'l'I' n whito or yi-llow :old Phi livin Kzlppu koy. Thoso who know ldlmvr suy ho is noi' vniiroly sulllictvll to hon- ing. for hu vun luv quiio an shim-lc if ho so llvsirvs. Ilut lu' is vvry quivt nhout his soviul cuulpnigzn Qin the fuminino linol lwvuusv ho mlo0sn't Iilio o sm-0 woplu sui'l'0r iof hrokvn lwnrisj. Hu , I t ffl! if 1K'nn uutivv nu't'ii'V "V ol' tho 4-ollm-go or- ,ff 1 . K gnnizutions, und if -l'4llll'j.!Q6V0l'k IS :ln vxpros- , . -.ion or lutuu si km, s ll sm-goon wo Inu-0 :1 1.'f0lllllN with th 5, ' rut 2:6 - 2.431 9 M 5.-f X lllllllllllllllIllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllIlllmllllllllfll , ,v y 4 ,un fp v qv ,f r 'H we! ' lo ' 'EWG' .iw 'il 'Nl '+.Q,0,i.,..1, ' no ol .pg 1 .4 fhng Q: .NN ln". 'lo Q 0' 'gn0.'n'i n','sI.s tgafbi. ,,, Q ' ' 1 1 fu. ! A , 1 v ,'. 'fu' km. I u'N'0,a':-"sa-'s' f - - ., I. .5 U, ,. 1 2 ' ' "5 ". 3 V I s:3,,. 1 I f - V. ga. X 5114 . " fling 5 x- X 1- Z' f A 'ill 9 xv' f - S4 3' ' 1 ' - - - X -.. v ,f I if ' F4 . j . ' - 1 ,- . " 'A "W "f0'f'N0"ofV0' "f0"'l 'W W' 0 M Ur' NO' 9' 'Nc ,'.0 .' 1 Q "Q l'g:'w?:f':'5'0: :xt his I4, "fbi: Mun 0120 0 Q I U eip gl I " r mulsi. Fifty Eight X li -L A' CCORIPL' MMR' in f l+'l!l'llJ IHTRNIIAM lI0l.lililDGl+l .Tunv lti, 1000 L3lllt'llSfl'l', l':l. Fril.: fI1EKg Collogxo lluncl: l'l'1-p:11'4-cl ut Titliouto High Svhoolg li. S. Course. If I should toll thou 0'l'I' thy fluy's work. Thon't not hcliovo thy mlm-mls but I'll roport it. You dou't l't'llll'llllll'l' this fum-0? Oh yt-s, this is tho 1-hun who lu-lin-sl you gut ollf that insoluhlv in fhv la1ho1':1to1'y thu otlu-i' mlny. oi' porliups wont owl' the lesson witll you just hoforu Gt'l'lll2lll class. Woll, Fritz is just thut kind ol' zu follow. "tltlivi's," HOUIIIS to luv his motto. Tho only tinio ho is sr-on :lt tho i'l':ltvi'uity housv is lllllltiilj' night. llc-ing.: vc-ry husy with outsiclo work wo lmvv huon rohlwrl oi' tho livin'- lit ol' :1 hroaulvi' :lssoviution with l"i'itz. Hut, wc wish him the hm-ttvi' things ot' lift-'s ln-st. w. 1+1.x1:I, Ilolisnlc Mm' 20. moz Miwhllm-town. lm. Nhorly AXA: Urilluniuu' Nouiina1tin,u: f'0lllllllfft't' C271 80001141 Assistant Malnugvi' 'l'l'lll'k till. l"i1'Nf ANSisl'2llll' till: I'1'1-pun-rl ut Michlh-town lligh S:-hool mul La-high llnivoi-sity: lfliitvi-oil Sophouloro Yozirg ILS. in Plc. Course. This trvant for sore vyvs is nonv otlufi' thun tho famous Mun Who Uauuo lhnvk, for ho mum- lnu-lc from Miihllvtown, buck from livhunon, hm-lc to .lorry IilIl'lll'!4'S husiuoss voursv. Tho oomin,a-5 hut-lc wus luird, p:li'tic'ulul'ly 'froni Lulla- non. hut it wus only toiuorury. for ho l't'flll'llS tliorv ovt-ry wool:-mul, puts up ut tho lu-st hott-I in town unfl thou fluncos ut-V-tlio Multn. A duh of laiiiglilvi' ai siuilo u f r n'tio1 M- XX n sm-nsm ll o X' 4 M74 ".' Vis - .xx lunvo 1-hip oil tl 'sho hululm I tl . xstt Q I . . mu uno ' t 9 W ' ' ' ' - KX - . u -N MQ , ll " - wrgff,--f','. . .-L hu studios. hut u wlwn wo YL . . A -' ,fl -X X-sm st- - - or us ga-4 --"' -' -- ' y - f ' L i 0 All Fifty Nine aa Q li 9 l fi.-,l,,L ia i n , i- ilM iiMviii,Zif!fi!iiei zili , iii X ' X fffff As fu' t-hip flIffl.1l5Q,l' o not: know what this ' X" 2" ' W- ol ouls ulll do hui Y . 0 I M A "is IZIPL MMR J -' M April 2, 1004 Fm' Ror:k1m'ny, N. Y LM: umhiu lfnivvrsity: 1'Inl'o1-val Fl't'Slllll2ll1 Ya-ur: ILS. in Ev. Course. NVo1'ld wise, iluhozmzlir. Thu :xuswur to n Illllilll'll'S prnyor. Courtoous to lllilllily fuir. Smull wonrlor others got thc uir. "Oh, why wus I horn so lK'illli'li'lll?" is tho mou1'l1i'nl wuil of tho hzlmlsomv Lotlmrio lu-rv jlii'flll'L'll. Dill you vvor holic-vu bounty fo ho clvt1'i111c-llful to IIJIIIIDHIOSS? Poor Loc! Ilow ofta-11 hals hc huwuih-41 that insidious somvfhing.: that umkus him goin up from il "rm-ll dog" :mim- to tvlophonc iwolvv timos in il hzllf hour. "I should huvc ln-on horn loss hvalutiful zllltl il lJootlvg'gu1"s son" is his oft-vxprussvd lIlllli'llf. For 1 lovo fo fill thc cup that clears My chly of past 1-4-gwls und 1'lliIll'0 fours. NVALTER HAER .lUIINS'l'UN, JR. April 15, 190-l Schuylkill Hnvmi. l'n. W. B. J., Johnny 1'r0pm'4-xl :lt S1-huylkill llnvon High Sc-hool mul Lohigh lhiivvrsityg lflllta-11-11 Sophomoro Your: ILS in lic-. Course. At tho lll'f.'Qlllllillf..Z' oi' our Sophomore- your our vhlss was 01111111.21-xl hy tho auhlition of NV. ll. .l.. who mum- to us from Lvhigh und is commonly known us Johnny. Ilv hus ull thv vnrnmrks ot' u "mul l'l':ll'k0l"' hut ho strunuously ohjvm-ts to this titlo. for ho l'lllllllS S1-hllylkill IIIIVUII is just outsido oi' tho 1-oul 1-1-gions. Johnny is am :ulmiror of thc fair sox hut for soma' lllllill0XYll ronson thc' girls oi' IAllli'1lSfl'l' do not nppi-all to him. lt sm-ms to us that tho IT S, Muil is km-pt quitv husy vul'l'yii1g lottvrs iN'l,W0l'll In-1'v und Il K'0l'tlllll fnir om' in Ilvtlllv- hom. lfillustxjous Hb l'l!lS.f'?Q ' " . f suppose he will 'MDOT tho l'lllll'1Hlil lmsim-ss. X, 'E ? ' .:. ' 414- l , .1 -1'-- i:s:,:1?.:j-- S. I :ggg'E,g-lip?-. -.2'! ' -ii "A ' X mum . ' 3' JF x 'I' E411 Smwim' IIN: 'I'l':lvlc Sllllilil fill: Pro- , purvml :it lfur Rovkzlwny Iligh Sc-hool :mil Col- 11 fs TCOIZIPII 111111:-J 1 1 UAR111111 DISSINGICR KAIILICY August 3, 190-L 1.11111-11s11-1'. Pu. 1 Varsity xVl'1'Sf1111!.Z' 12,2113 l'1'1'll1l1'1'1l Ilt 141111- 1-11s11-1- High S1-1111111: ILS. 111 I-11-. f'U1ll'Nl'. 111111-11 118112111X s111-1-1-1-11s ill 2,'0f1'1lljI 11 111111'-111-1- Sllll. 111- i1 1111 his 11111111111-111: 1111 1111- w1'1-s11i111.: 1111111 111' i11 s11111i1-s. 'l'h1- 111'111's IIIIVU 11 11111'11 1111111 111-1- 1i11g him 111 s111-1111 1111111 111111111111 1'111' 1111-111 111 1111- 111-1's1111111 111111, 111111 11111 1'1-11111-s 1111-5' 551-1 111'1- 1v111'1h 1111- 11'11111111-. Ilis 11111si111- work 111'1-V1-111s 111111 1'l"1111 111111111: Il I111'g:1- 111111 111 1111' 1-11111-g.:1- li1'1-. 11111 11s il 1111-111111-1' 111' 1111' w1'1-s11i11g.: s11111111 111- 111114 111111'1- 1111111 111111111 g.:111111. 111111 1-1111 IIIXVZIXN 111- 111-- 111-11111-11 11111111 1'111' ll 1.r111111- s1-1'1111. 111111-11 211111111- 11-11 111- 1i111-11 w1'1-s11i11g.1.---1111111 ll "1111 1-111"' sp11il1-11 his 111111111' 1 1111' 111 111v1 " ' ' I-11111111111 i11 11sy1-1111I11gy 1-11111-1'-111w11ys 1-111-11111-- 1131-s 1111- 111111111' 111 think 111111 1h1-1'1- is 111 11-11s1 11110 c11111f1111l1- i1111ivi111111l ill t1111 1-111ss. Sixty One IIHI1-11. l11'fl!l, Nlmrly 11-11 ,. - 1 -1' 111s111111111111s Dr. 1111118 KALASSAY 01f11111111' 30. 11111-1 11113111111-1'. l'11. 111111 A X A: l1111LIl11'l11111lll 11111-1'111'y S111-11-ty 11.215 11:11-1111.51-1' l'1'iz1- 11.211 Ulnss 1011111111111 11.211 HZ1'1'111'llJ'1 11111-1'111'y S1l1'11'1'j'C l'1'1-11111'1-11 111. 1-'i1'1,11 A1'1-11111- Iligh S1-1111111. I'i11is11111'g11: A.l1. 1'11111's1-. S1-1-, WI1111 ll 1.:1'111-1- wus s1-1111-11 1111 his 1ll'1lXV, 1Iy111-1'i1111 1'111'1s. 1111- 1'1'1111t 111' i111v1- lIi111s1-11': All 1-y1- 1i111- Mars. 111 1'1ll'01lf1'11 111- 1111111111111111: A s1111i1111 1i111- 11111 111-1'11111 l1I1'1'l'111'Y. S1111k1-s111-111'1- 11111st ha1v1- 111-1-11 thi1111i11g of 111111 XV11l'l1 111- w1'1111- 1111: 111111111 11111-s. 01111-1'wis1-. 111111 is like 11111s1' 111' IIS. 1111 shoots Il wi1-111-11 11111-. 111111 111111-s li1'1- us it 1-111111-S. EX1-1-111 ill "111l11'S" 111' 11is111'11ws 1111- 11111-11-1110 111' 111'1-111-s1i1111- 111111 111111 lllll1il'S s111'1- 111111 111- 1Sll'1' 11111111-11. H1- ilx 11111 11 ' s 21 " 111 21 111l11,,1 lllllllq-T1 1111 1 -'p 1 1111 uv Li.: 111111111 11 'E 111 11111 i11111s111f11-11',- 111 uc 11111111 ' V sf I -ii' 1 1 :.1'Ylf1P1F1P1E1l'1Dl 111-1 1 '1-s 1 . " s1p,11 ' 1111.' 11' '11 1-V01' ' 11' 1 1 - 1 -f- ' .1 111111 ' 'y 11 nqfgq i.- L111 1111s s1-1'1-' 11-s - H' ' 1 tl 1 A -nm-1 ' , . ' n L , . . I II' ul . ' ' ' 1 . wnx 1I1llt0 1-11111111 k tol- '1111' 1 l W. J. B., when tl1' ig ff rs pol, S. '1 - ' - if 1 - ' If '. I " 11, . f - 1 - ' , - It-.4-:- 4 x ,fl X EG RIPLQSLMME' J s f IIIGXIQY S. Kl'1l'l'lI May ZS. 'l!Nl0 Hl'llllIll'l'l'llll'. Pa. llvurjl l'I'K'Uill'l'Il all Millvrsvillu Stall' Normal Si-lumlg 1'Illfl'l'1'll .luninr Yi-ar: A.l5. i'uln's0. II011' is a kiml-lwarlvcl goml lllIllll'01l yilllllg: chap who is l'Yl'l'j'lNNIY'S frii-ml. Ulm-wi' sayings arc in mwlvi' wha-n l'li-pry is arouml. and if wit anal tact aiil n fi-Ilnw in lifv. his will ho a rosy path. - A Ill0l'l' manly and 1-mil-ti-mis gn-ntloinsni can not hc fmlml anywlu-rv hut aftvr making many i-mupwsts auumg.: thu ladivs hu has finally svt- tlvil down to a 1-vrtain "Billy" who is vlainiing: all his timu and attvntiml. Ili-1' only rival is l'olit'ival Svil-1100 in whim-h voiirsv Ili-nry is a shining light. chu- an qluaht to his im-linatimls l'0XYlll'llS a pnlitimll c'a1'i-vl'. l'ri4n' to 4-inning to cnlli-go ho sm-vi'ssf11lly lmmlli-il thu joh of prin- cipal ui' the Stn-wal'tsinwn lligh Sm-luml. wla-ru hc made a with- vim-lc ul' 1'rim-mls. Il,llUll.l7 IIICUICBIAN Kl'1l,l,l'Zli March 12, 1902 i'i-ntrv llall, l'a. I'1'lf', .lInuyfrr'I, -llllljll' A X A: -llllllill' Hop Ullllllllillvi' fill: Gm-llivan Lii'vl'ary Sm-i4-ly 1113 S0l'l'l'l' 121: llasohall Squad il.2,Ill: 1'l'vp:ll'i-il at f'0lll1'0 Ilall aml Stain Folic-gc lligh S1-honlsg ILS. in Ev. i'mu'sv. lilongrol hlow in from the wilils ul' t'ont1'i- County fhroc' yours ago and in ilafv has spout must of his limo trying: to ln-volnv civilizvd mmugll to assm-iatv with flow-lit folk. 'Tis said they had to ropi- him and putt shui-s on him whvn ihny pm-p:1i'v1I tn ship him In 1-ollitm-ll. Now that fhv 1-ivilizinp: prswuss is wi-ll llll4li'l' way, what dm-s IR-lv ilu hut l'l'V0l'f In typew- govs ova-1' to lA'lHlll0ll and spoils it all. Alllllllg' has takvn up tho tvrpsi- timos hi- 1-an iw L-oaxvil lwlovoil 1 m-hlu. and "Sho is his number. Sixty Two K ' "i CC RIPL' MME' if HARRY lJI1AliI.lCS lil'1N1il1i , June 16, 1904 Su11111,2:1, 1':1. lim-, SHlll'1l, Nuinl t'I:1ss Ifovt 135 g 01'iiI:1mmc Stia1I'lT UH 3 Rvpuh- lic-:111 Uluh 431: 1'1'1'p111'1-11 1111 I.11111Iis1'ill1f nml L:1111'11st.u1' Iligh S1-hoolsq 13.8. f'0lll'Sl'. SllIll'1i'S 1it01'a11'y alhilify wus 1'0c'og:11iz1-11 hy thc' class this full wh1-11 hv was llll1lllilll0llN1X 1-I1-1-11-11 1-lnss povt. '1'h11l1k II1-1111111 flu-1-0 is no DOOIII To he writfviii I-Iis true aihility livs in tolling: jokvs 111111 stiorios. for hu is Il 1llllIl0l'iSi1 pau' uxm-ull:-111-0 111111 11011-1' fails to liuvu 1111 11pp1'1-c:i:1t'i1'v a111di1-111-11. Stniiing lnallvli sticks i11 pipo slums is one oi' his 1ll'il1'tiCill jokes. Dom: is going to lw nn M. D., 411111 us Hll'l'l' is no lK'i'tl'l' curv 1111111 111115.51111-1' hu ought to ho Il lmzvlizzy sm-1-1-ss, if his putiunts 1-:ui st'11111I tho stralin. To say he is Illlpfllllllill' :lt I". 111111 M. would he to commit: il g1'2lV0 C'l'illll', for ull join in thc Cll0l'llS, "lI:11'1-y is ll 11 --- good follow." ALl'!l'IR'l' SANTIGIC 'KERH Hump, .il naly S1-hoolg AJS. 1'0lll'N0. ' A11g.:11st til, 1905 lh'ookl,1'11, N. LY. fb! K: Sliulm-111-Wvvlcly S1:1I'l'. i'UillllllliHi HH: fflifllllllllli' Slnfl' 12513 Varsity 131-halting 62,2172 flilll Ixzlppn Alpha: lllzlgliollilam liit111':11'y So- 1-ivfy f1,2.5lb. Moc-I1 'l'1'i:1l 11.212 l'l1i Vpsiloii Kappa: Wihm-1' K1-lic-1' l.:1l'i11 uml 1:l'1'Q'k Prim- fllig Post'-I'1'a1111Iia1l Uluh HH: Y. M. U. A. Unhi- not 137: 1'1'1-pa11'1-cl ut EVIISIIIIIS lI:1ll High The host-knowii :xml most' higrhly i111livi1l1u1l- im-11 fi1.flll'l! on the 1'111np11s, Andy. who guts 11 ffflllllllll full of his 1Jl'l'N0llilIify " '- ' ""' wovk. Clllllllir ho 1-oniim-ll within fha- ll3ll'l'0XV limits ol' 1111 flliflillllllli' w1'il1'-1111 -ho is lllllI'll hdou IIS lXll5 1 too 0lll3lll4'i1Nli'1'fl for th:1l'. I". 111111 M. a1iTo1'1ls him 11 lim- lHll'liLII'0llll1i to shit oi'i' hy i'0llfl'ilSi' his s:1li1'11Ii ii1'i1liIlll4'l'S-iliN lllqllllll' 111111 1111-How vos- lll0DHlii'IllliNlll. his sh1'1-Wd. swift-likv s11i'i1'1'. so vaxluaihhe to tho 111-hntilig fm-11111. his 1:1-on smlsu of tho rclic-11lo11s fm-spc-iully lllllflllg' thu fum-llltyl. 11111 uhovo ull his genial f0lil'llllLl of 1111 weakness 'i'?i' Sixty Three gig- mif' 'E' gmfx - 1 I I , . Y .. 1 -3 I , ' . 751.-XI WO! i- in X' ' F if IZIPII MMDB Ed. said about hims' '. ' " in his quim-t iimissumiilg way. GEORGE XVll.l,lAM KOI-ILER .lilly 4. 1900 lballaslown. l':l. 1 llulrv, Vuuzil film- Vluh UH: Varsity 134-hating: HH: Ding:- uothimi l.itvrary Som-ivfy fill: l'hi VUNHUII Kappa: 'l'i'a4-k Squad ill: l'l'l'll2ll'l'll af Dallas- town alul Roll Lion lligh Sm-hoolsg AJS. l'om'sv. lhlkv hails fom ITJIIIIISNNYII. so thu plaw must havv soim- moat' sinll' aftvr all llwrv must' haw lim-il liroworks whvn tho Vomit was horn. NVQ- know lla- Dukv hy his smilv thai' lll'Vl'l' vomvs ol'l'. and also as om' ol' ihv lm-ailing: voinv- mlians on thu vaihplls. Aml sing say. 1'i'i1-mls. il' you llavifi lwarcl him warhli- you'vv missm-ll Slllllilfllilljl. llmfs a pvvnlial' sort ol' 5Zl'lllllS. bv- ing: ahh' to do an thing.: il' ho wislws. lbllli outsiilv ot' ilvhatingr and fha' Him-0 l'Iuh ha- simply alovs not carl- for nvtivifios. Ahothvl' thing-for some unk roy, rvasoii, hu talks l'0Ill'lllllllllj' ol' llr. Di 1. L M Q " T ll o taking: Hvriuan l'it'hl'l'. Q5 luv b I 1 1 . I- i I . x f 9 ' A ' 1 ,Z 1 I ' ' I-I f K K -u A f GW EDWARD W. lil.lNl'll"lGI.'l'Ell th-lolu-1' S. 1003 York, 1'a. l'l'v1ml'04l ali York lligh Svhool: ILS. l'0lll'SU. Ili-rv wo liavo a wal. ti-no hom-st to goodness mini. ll' ir's a lIlllll'S cliziiw-tl-l'istiv. hi- what. it may. llvrv you havv if. York suroly must he 21 favoralmlv spot for good lm-0rlim:. Ed isn't the polil'ix-ian who likvs all flu- pri-tty litllo things ill hut latlai pulku thx do l-- u . ing ol' tho prolly liftlv thiligs. Anyway. we might Nlll'1lk in that hu is a claim good stiulc-ni. i Sixty Four C' 121121: MMR-lf fl QI. PARKIC KREAIJY June 221, 1902 Llllll'llSi'l'l', Pau. I"1'0sf!l, Mullin. ,I'url.'1f Footlmnll Sqnud 127: l'i'1-pam-cl ut l"ramklin and Murshalll Af-nzlclnyg ILS. in lic. Course. II1-'s originally l'1'0lll Lnllwlisvillv. and that should spm-nk for itsvlf. lint how vollvgo hns l'illllll.l'l'll hiin. from 11 wild, sopliistiwltm-d youth to il qnivti llll2lSSllllllllf.f nnln. whoso only divor- sions :irc his ww-lily trips to the 4-ity of Ilrofh- Orly l.ov0, for ronsons othoi' than thu rillv. xvllll is sho. 1':11'k0? With al ILS. in i'l1'0!l0lllli'S. voinhinvd with his naltnrzil Jlvwish invlinutions in the nrt: of lllllk- ing monvy, his sim-oss :is ai Iinnm-im' is nssn1'm-cl. Un tho otliur hniul, hi- hllllgllliu consider ll 4-onrsc in ngi'ic11It1n'o. Aftm-1' ai lmig 1-xpl-i'i1-111-0 of illltlllt ll day :ind an hnlif on his i'nliu-r's fnrin ln- xluvilloll hu would rnflwi' grivu tho plan-0 IIWIU' than hotilim' with it. Says Frosty "Thn1nhs down on fIll'llllllf.Z'. 1'd 1'nt'l1v1' hu u husinvs man." FRANK l'IllUlCKlilGl1S .linw 10, 1904 Sly Ulziir, Pal. .li'r'1'h.vir'. Fruul.: AEKDQ Ulnss Sl'l'l'l'lllI'y 1233 Oriilnnnno Stull' LH: Jlnnioi' Hop Coiiilliiltivo 13-H: filN'flll'2lll Litc-1'an'y Som-if-ty 11,233 l'l'0llll1'1'll ant: Stu. Clair nnll Pottsvillc Iligh Svhoolsg ILS. in Eu. Course. 'l'h01'o has lu-on n inistaikv. 'l'his pivlnru should halve lwon lnnig in thu IWLIIIUS' gnllvry lwtwm-on tho portraits of lhv l'0ll0NVlll'ii Sm-roogu long wnntvd us ai llllSl'l'. :xml Rip Vain Winklv. thu lnzic-st mam cvvi' known. Tho siihiovt of this 1llI0t01.Z'l'll1lll has hoc-n 1-oiivictm-rl nnmlmi-loss tinws on hoth lli'1'0lllll'S. In aulclition ns fan' ns om' poi-sonnl lmmvlwig.-:v guns, ho is in sm-hvining politician seriously infected with thu "g'ill1llli0S.u Sixty Five posse-sscs thc higgvst in-nrt: und i tho most easy- going. cum-loss und shiftloss ind dual in sow-11 states. All of which gon-s to pvc s him ai good follow, ll rcul friend and ii most 'ul hlnn. Xillkfpfy ICSW 9 WW X x ,. fn, .+ , -. MQNM W-fs 'fb- -.U g 'iiii5'l is f , i-" ig? fi Q f.-,r :-7, W sf" . 1 1' V 4 -Pv'-vs.:. MWA 1 if--Q-S S 'ic mm: MMP!-D 1 1'AI'It Al'tlI'S'l'INl'I KVNKICI., .lll. SODfClllilt'l' S, 1905 IIlll'l'lSillll'g.f, Pu. 'I'iny. ,lim- notllinn llitrrnry Socivty ti-ll: Vursity Ftmthnll tl.2.3J, f'tl1li'tllll-l'Ht'i't'I Varsity xVl't'Slllll5.l' t2.3l I l'i'4'pa1l'v1l nt llnrrishurg 'l'vclu1it':ll lligxh School: ILS. Uoursr. Tiny. tho innm-rut, rzunv to this fur fauuvtl institutiml ot' ll'2ll'lllllLZ nn m't-rg1'owi1. :iwkwurtl rhiltl. hut within :1 yt-nr ht- haul put :iwny rhihl- ish things :intl haul ln-cmnv n lnun. llv haul in-ti only quantity. but qnnlity aunt also his inno- t't'llt't'. llt- soon lt'tll'lIt'ti to alrguv nn nuy suhjcrt' whit-h llllgllf nrist--aunl it' nnyono ulso ngrooml. hu would tllStl,2'l't't'. just il0t'tlllS0 lui lilu-tl to hvau' hiinsrlt' talk. ilu intuutls to ht- an lalwyvr. so we pity tl-10 jlltlglt' whu must' listvn to him rnvv. Girls nrt- nn unknown qunntity to Tiny. hut: this will nut' lust t'orcV01'! AMOS tll'lllAlilD lillNKlll'l .Iuly 223, ltltlfl llvll Vwnun, l'u. Nprwvl, Hit-r1', ,ltfjlflfllilljl fb K 'l': t'I:lss Funtlmll t1.Z2l : l"noth:1ll Stlllllli tl li l'l'vpzll'1-rl nt, Mmwsst-n lligh St-lnml: A.ll. t'mu'sr. ' 'Phu spot-tl nl' tht- prorvrhizll snnil is lilcv liglitning 4'm111ml'vxl to tht' gr:u'vt'ul lll0Yl'llll'llfS ot' Stuvo XVlll'll ht' llll,Lfl'tlit'S to rlnsst-s ur vlsu- wlwrv. Sprawl holiuvvs tI1'tlt'llflj' that l'lltlll'S arts to ho sut. on :unl l'l'0SS-XVUl'tl pnzzh-s :Irv tu hu sulvotl l'l'jIlll'tllt'SS ut' tilnv. Ilv vm-nturt-tl into tht- tivltl ot' husinvss hy huying :1 svrmnul hzuul Ftwtl in pnrtvrship :unl now is th-siruus ot' C'll1lll,L2'lll5.f to thu llusint-ss t'ours0 for his own hun:-lit. :intl also 1100111150 hu 1-luilns it is vusirr t'h:1n either thc A.ll. or ILS. c'mu's0s. "Lit'o's tam short to worry zlhout' ont' girl." snys St't-vt-. :intl so lu' has sufrlllxililaltc-al :1 hnsti gurl frioiuls tlR,PJa,lJ5pJlS ll0t'flll'lltl1 explo- ltlIlS ut tho lugllwaiys allfdfhywnys ut' IAIIIUIIS- l ? tor. Lotxk out, Stl -'-f -- u-r6'.' l' ' ' 'f ' - mg conung A, AAHM A .15 u unluni nt t " - y Q - 'ini Sixty Six llllllllllllllllllllllIIIIIIIIlltlltlllllllllllllllllmlllllllllll ' 1 uv I Y' 'fill' fl' C52 Qyzfsf: 'tg ' a 'Wife' , 095:05 'All' Q y Q Q r n I Xaoffi' A 'fan vi , , ' bin' n . 'Q ' I , Ta- Q 1 , 'Ex .3 MQ. f fl: 4, V,. My S E .1-gk 9 " 6 E f all 90- 5 :W f A f 7 ' '- A ' 4' "A - ' '- 3 '. 1,7-' 4,-.'g-9,r,-av .A . , w ' Qlfbtolsvu I"'0'. Q .9 'I 'f .I If 5 I' U . p no NJ suO,v0n'nv' 0 up'.,w'-0,3-. i3'1"'6"?T'?'?Wf' 913452 'W'-"f"f'f"'.1f22g' . . , X it X fblillg xllli't'l'-F1'lli'01'IllLX tfmunfil 1355 Intru- Murzll A. A. till : lllzlrk t'nt Sm-it-t'y 121 1 Ding- XP , r , fl I ' 1-1 CC mm. MMP: 3 1 IIICNRY XV. LARK May 111, 15105 Sl1a11111ki11, 1'a. Il1'11, lI1'ini1: -11 K -lf: S1'1111l'll1I NV1-1-lily Shift' 12.31. l-111it111' 1211 5 1'11ll1-1.10 11311111 111 3 1ll1-1- 1:11111 1313 3 5111510111 11i1'1-1-t'111'. 111-1-1-11 111111111 V11111 15113 111111- 1lt111,11 X NI1' 1111111 11101111 L11'l'1'211'j' S111-' - 3 .,:.,2- 1 ', 1 , ., i111-t 13113 F1111tl1a11 Squad 11,Z2.31J: T1'1ll'1C Squad 11,13 Class 1511111111111 11,215 Ulass Track 1'1'1-11111-1-11 at Sllillllllliill High S1:h1111lg Course. H1-111111 hails t'1'11111 1111- 1'11a1 1'1-gi1111s W1ll'l'0 1111-11 tll't1 1111-11 must 111 th1- ii1111-. 111 this youth wc 111111 S1111111 1'l'111!11'1iZ11110 1ll1ll111'1l'S. an 1'1l1'1l0St stu- 1l1-11t a1111 Z1'1l1011S i11 l'Vll1'j'11l11l1I 111- 11ll11l'1'l'311i0H. 1Vll0l1 history is w1'itt1-11 111-111-y Lark will 1.111 1111w11 1111 the pages of ti1111- as tl11- 1111ly lawyer N1-ws . 11.1, lx.ll. 1'1-p1'1-s1-11ti11g' thu 1-111111111111 111-011112. 111 111-f1-at the X 1'11a1 trust. Lilil' l'1'0l'j' Jllllltll' 111- has his lill' spc-1-ial 111-liv1-ry days. huti we 1111 11111: 1-are to speculate what that will 111'111lu1:c. l Sixty Seven F0211- 11Al,1'l1 A. 1111181111111 July IIN. 15111-1 111-a111s111w11. 1'a. f1l'.X',I, I1'1ll11I1 S1111l111111111'1- Vllltllllllll' Stafl' 121: 1h'iil:11111111- Stat? 1211: Sl1111l'll1 S1-11at1- 121: 1'11st'-l'1'a111lial 1'l11l1 131: lllllfllllillllilll 111fl'l'211'X S1-1-11-ty 1121: Y. M. 11. A.. f'2l1l1ll1'l'. Tl'0llS11l'1'l' 1211: 1'1'1-11111-1-11 at East 1?111-ali1-11 V11cati1111a1 8111111113 11.8. 1'11111's1-. Il1-1'1- is 1.1-sl11-1', 111111 of th1- "l1ig.-5" 1111-11 1117 tl11- Jl1111i111' Class. 111- has 1111 1111- 21DDl'1l1'Ill1f'1'H 111' 11111.21-lic i1111111'1-111'1- 1111t NVQ ICIIOXV hc isa g1'1-at 1.l1SS01' with 1111- u11'1111111C1l.', t'111' L1-sh, 11111-y say. is a li1'111 a1lv111-at1- of t'h1: t'1'i11lc 1111211100 HXV11ll'. 1V01lll!1l 111111 s1111g'." Mow- than that we 0111111017 say for th1- 1-1-st of us arc usually i11 hy 111111- night. 111 0111111111111 with 11111st: 1'011021l111S. 1.1-sh is a 5.-11-1-at 111v1-1' of P111ti1'a1 Scic-11110, 111111 111151101-11 1111111111 to s1111111 ' , , -, P .. x- , . , si111.,11 11 ss1111 1 , , , .- I11- in the front r , - I , Xl 1 . I , ' , . ' 'f gf. . 1- xx ,' 71 3,',' , 4 ',N1 '5 ' 1 -swam class from 1111- 1 0111, 11 1 1' f . 1 . dm muuml' nlnlu Q lm 1 2111111 1111 1111.11 , . L x R ni I f f '. 1 ',',"f ff, ,I N, f -" "" i i ' Li ICORIFII MMR D JAMES lllllilii LIGSSIG FUlll'll2ll'1' 25. 1900 Si-hnylkill lluvvn, Pal. Jimmie 'DE K: H100 Uluh C25 : l'1'i-palm-ll :lt Svhnylkill Ilnvon Iligh Svlmolg ILS. in lic-. f'0lll'SOL To sm- Jimmiv coming down thi' strvvt 1ll2lkl'S one think of Gasoline Gus. Only .limmio hns nmrv wa-i,L':l1t. and 11-svliilrlm-s l'nm-lv Wulf nmw in that 1'vsp0vt. In fact hu lwlongs to tho All- Alll0l'il'2Ill Row-liottoni lluslwt hull lm-ann. This vlnh has al vvry oxvlnsivc und distinvfivv 1lll'lll- horsliip. .limmiv lmpvs to follow thv i'mmIstm-ps ul' his fntlwl' und lion-olliv :in M. Ii. NVO wish him :ill kinds of good luck in his vmls-nvm's. l"liANli lililli l.l'lJlNll'l'HN Many Sb, 1905 Ni-w l'llllllli'l'lllllll, Pal. lhllnr 'lv K ZZ: Uluss Fouthull 11.25 C l'l'vpni'vml all llnr- 1'lSlllll'g Ao:1dvniy: ILS. in Ev. f'Hlll'Sl'. NVh0n Huhv first svt fcmt on tho l'illllI3llN ol' Old NOV0lliIl, liku his vluss nmfvs hi- wus unn- plvtc-ly lwwilili-wil, hut uftor thu Donn told him what to do hc got: his lwau'i11gs. Ili- Iilcvd this so much that we wonldn't hu Slll'1Dl'iS01lifill' had ll Donn in his housolmld in lam-r yours tn grivo him wnitiiim-cl udvicv nhont 1-vvrytlling. Umnc what muy ws- are sure hu will mnko good in wlmtcvvr lime of husinuss hu adopts. uny- waly, we wish him thc host of luck and advisi- him to hu courteous to :ill muilmcn. f. f ,Y ,,fv,,1ff., . I VW, ," f fi ,fn , sfxfy Eight ggi'gy1Eg3,,'Z.2'! ' 'I "fi ""' ' -. llltilllm V ' 1 if---sf mn: MMP:-J t is 1 AMIZHOSIC VH TTOR LUPCIIO August 5, 15105 Nnnticoko, Pal. llupic, llup. Doo K l': Ilalskotlmll Sound fill 2 1'1'opn1'cd nt Nun- ticoko lligh School und lluckncll Ilnivorsityg lfhnrorcd Junior Ycurg Pro-Modicnl Course. Lnpio como to ns from llncknoll Ilnivorsity nt which institution he spcnlt two yoms. lint tho cull of old Ncvonin wus irrosistihlo to him. und us ll rosnllz wo lind him 1'of.:isto1'cd ut om' Alma Mutcr. Blll'kllI'll'S loss is om' goin. Ilo comos horo with un onviuhlo l'l'1lllfllti0ll hoth us :1 friond und nn uthloto. Wo huvo soon him por-- form :uid tho most wo cam soy is thnt ho is ll grcntlomain. 'l'ho fuct that ho is at "coal c1'a1ckor" is proof onongh of his nthlctic ullilify. But with modicino :is his goal und u good-looking girl alt homo his inlorosls :wo not conlinod to nthlotics ulono. XVOIIIIUP if that tonoi' voice had :anything to do with tho conqnost? CALVIN MCHOSE Moy 1, 1903 Hnzolton. Pu. Mac Propnrcd nt Ilnzclton High School and Al- hriglnt Collogo: 1'1llf'l'l'l'll Junior Yonrg All. Uourso. Yos. horo is Mac. tho hoy who hns n person- ulity unyono would onvy. lndood, it would not ho ut :ill out of oi-dor to soy thot if Napoleon llomipnrto has u donhlo, it snroly is Moo, sinco nnyono who knows him will soy Mnc is on indi- vidual with u dotormimltion to got thoro. Bnt osido from porsonulity hc is short in stature which is hut nnothor likonoss to dom' old Nu- poloon, tho curdimnl historic figxuro which shinos ont as M:1c's oxsunple. Moc hus mudo quito ll name for himsolf nvoc los f0lllllN'S" for ho has no trouhlo at nil to niuko 11 lust minnto duto. They all think Mau: u 31 great mam, um ist us A, oon Y'5'3Q"""' l shippod hy tho laid l in ig e, BIIIC is ic hy tho some fnir an fl lg E :E 1: . i- 217 ' T? il l X 35" 1- n - ... - ' ik X Sixty Nine 23,1 l' F' ' 'm sgs lil mm m.-mru A K X Af "M C RIPII MMR' 1 UI-IARLES A. MCIIOSE " NOV0llllN'l' 5, 1902 H:1z0lto11, Pu. ljillgllliflllllll Lif0l'Ill'y So0i0i'y CDH : l'ort0r S0i- ontiiic Soci0ty i313 1'l'l'pIll'0li ut lInz0lton I-Iigh School llllll xx1ll1'i,2'llt UoIl0g0g Ellflilllll Jlllllfll' Y0!l1'Q 1'1'o-M0di0a1l Course. 1 Muc Cllllll! to F. und M. from th0 institution uf,-1-oss th0 iiclds, connnouly known us Alh1'igl1t Uollogo. Thero ure 1'l1lIlO1'S that 110 wnntod to 11111ko lnoro money s0lli111.r "p11ddl0-ju1np01"' Fords, hut it s00111s our ll0gllh0l'illK 0oll01:iuns 1100111110 wise to l1i111. und ll0lll'0 l10 wus form-0d to s00k ll IIDXV llllll'k0t for his WVIIPUS ut Nvvonin. ' Look out. follows, l1o'll try to S011 you ll 4'11dill11c with Il Ford 011gi110. lf o1'0r you lllllll' heavy footsteps, you will know thnt it is Muc shoving his ill'lllX l1oh1111ils nlong: nt llll 0ip:ht00n 111il0 1111 hour clip. WILIQIAM IGUGIGNE MCKIGACIIIIC F0bl'lllll'y 10, 1904 Brooklyn. N. Y. y Bill IIIEKQ Slillll0llf W00kly Stull' f1.2l. Sports Editor 123: l+lditor-i11-UI1i0i' SODIIOIIIOFQ Vlllllll- dur f2l 3 Stud011t Sonuto fill Q Black Cut Society, Q SOC'l'l'flll'y 121: 1Ji11s:11otI1i1111 I'1it01'ury Som-i0ty W ill: Y. M. U. A.: Pross Uluh ill: S0f'o11d AS- sistunt lI!lllll2'0I'. Tc-nnis fill. First Assistant' 431: l.'l'0DIll'0ll ut M. T. Il. S., llrooklyn, und Taft Svhoolg PLS. i11 Ee. Courso. Tuhhy Bnrr's iind wus F. und Mfs fortuno. for llfttll' Bill forgot his Now l'l11gl1111d 1100011t llllil lcnrnod to tnlk so that 1'01111sylva111iu11s could lllldl'l'Sl'lllld llllll, ho r0a1dily i'll1lflIl'0il our Il lT0ctio11s. Just think of it: it' Tnft S0hool l"l'oft, ns Hill vulls ith IIOVUI' 0xist0d, wo p1'ol1ul1ly NV0lll4l 110v0r huvc 1110t this st11hho1'11 1111d l1111'd-l1011d0d N011' . wo would sur0ly dau. for l is d0st'i110d to l10- 0ditor. No ono i11 SUINNII 01111 1111- W llllll 111 Seventy W V' ' X x l 1 ' Qomvlr MMP:-1 1 ' S. JUSTITS MeKINLEY July 5, 1900 Lancaster, Pa. Mac Dingnothian Literary Society 11153 l'repared at Oil Uity Iligh School and Carnegie Institute ot Technollogyg Entered Junior Yearg AJS. Course. Mac, a genial contribution from Ontario, Can- ada. arrived at F. and M. this fall, and imme- diately decided to make Latin his hobby. "Pro- crastination" is the famous motto of this pro- spective scholar and he zealously guards it against the imprudence of thoughtless intrud- ers upon its renowned domain. I-Ie challenges any prospective student to consider the merits of this unsurpassed motto. lVith visions of becoming an aitorney and statesman, Mac has joined the Diags with a view of perfecting himself in the practices of oratory and argumentation, so necessary in his chosen callingg Such sound f?J preliminary training can result in nothing but success. J. HAROLD MENTZER November G, 15103 Denver, Pu, Bones, .Hal Glee Club fill 3 Prepared at Millersville State Normal Schoolg Entered Jlllllfll' Yearg BS. Fourse. Enter this warbling specimen ol? humanity. commonly known as Bones or llal. His chief accomplishmcnts before coming to F. and M. were to get through Millersville without the girls getting him. and teaching school for two years. After that I-lal lost his nerve and came to old Ncvouia to regain it, and has succeeded admir- ably, for there is little he hasn't gained, as he is now entirely thoroughly F. and M.-ized. Some folks are noted for their beauty, some for their brains and some for their voices. but here is a rare individual who has them all. Theflatter l gift has proven a great help to the Glee Club. Hal claims that the returns to IJUIIVOI' every wm.k-f.ml just to get ll good meal, but that':-I 'l' l' if- Kim ?N it Q it x 4:-12? ' lot thin. H a- 4. -M ss mn: MMP:-D .IICSSIC RUSS Mllilildli .Tune S, 1801 Refton, Pal. Ross l'i'epn1'ed nt Millersville State N0l'llllll Svhoolg linfered Junior Yeurg ILS. Course. Un first ,fznzing on the countenunm- of this Il1llli'2lSl'l'l' county product, one ,refs the impres- sion that he is uhout to rend the life of some illnsh-ions divinity. But there-'s Il weulth of mis- ehiei' hiding hehind those somber eyes. und he is Il jolly, LIOUII-lliltlll'0il fellow in spite of his snintly expression, always full of fun. Glooin hns no plnee in Ross' life, for he is Il livin ud- herent ol' the old doctrine, "Live while you live, for you nre deud an long: time." lint don't IlllSllllll01'Sl'2llld ine, for Ross win he very serious when he HSSIIIIIOS his Dnniel Weh- ster expression and decides to get down to work. Nothing cnn, nove him then-except Cnlculus. iii 3 , U sa l -2 1Zl! I rlhf 2 , 6 fl. ' DANIEL MILLER April 5, 1906 1fl'illllllf.'L', Pal. Dun, .nllllllllv Snalry l'n1'ndise Vluhg Glee Uluh 41.253 rloetheun Llfl'l'lll'y Society 0.29: 1'l'0Dlll'l'll :lt llending Iligh Svhoolg A.li. Course. Danny is il line exaunple of college youth. Il fnll, dnrk-h:1i1'ed slender piec-e ol' lllllllillllly. He tickles the ivories with the viln :ind vigor of 1'ude1'ewski, likes his trivky Aineric-:ln inenls three tinies 31 duy nt lenstz und lllllSf have his ten hours ol? rest. Lest we forget. he is al student olf no inenn nhility. .lust recently he hns nmde an rzlthei' c-oinprehensive study of the ancient llehrew peo- ple und their history, relying.: nnosfly on outside sources for his information and in the words of Slnnkespewe, "Oh Hell! What huve we here?" he successfully nnistei-ed the study. Dun's ,'.'Ql'01lt znnhition is to hnve the smooth line of 11 Grose und the abilities of :ln Apple. Seventy Two X-k-M sisis 121121: MMP:-is ' i' i 7 WARREN l+lSl'ILlflMAN MILLER U1-tolu-1' 5, 1900 Lnli1-nst1i1'. Pu. Uh11rli1r, Ifnlr fbblliq Class 'l'l'l'1lSlll'l'l' HJ: 'F0llSflll2lSf0l', SODilllllllll'l' Hlllltllliqf 127: G11-o Ulnh 1333 1'1'1e- 1l:ll'1'1l all l+'ralnklin mul Mnrslmll Al'llKil'llly Illlll Illlll1'llSf0I' Iligh Svhoolg ll. S. in Ee. Course. lloro wo lnlvo :inolh1-1' llll'llllN'l' ol' tho flllll0llN "l+'ivv Your Club," flint o1',L:nniznt:io11 l'Olll1NlHl'1l of tho host minds :among tho un1l1-r-1.-:rn1lnnt1-s. Bo that ns itz lnny. Clmrlio is 1-ight thorc when ill 1'1nn1-s to illlVlll3.E ax g.:oo1l limo- Aho IIOVO1' nllows his Sl'llilll'S to inf1-1'fo1'1- with his 1:ol11rg:o 01111011- tion. llivo him n pipo. sonw tolnu-1'-o. Il Brooks suit, llllll s1nl11-tiling to K'5ll'l'X in his pookot. llllil ho'll C0ll1Ill1'l' anything. 1'v1-n some of Jerry Hlll'lll'H' C'Ull1'Sl'S. f'llllI'ii0 lov1-s lo givo rho hoys Tho lwliolit of his 0X1l01'l0llC0, Rlllll lV0llllC1'f1l1 is tho nzlvico he llIlllllS out to tho llnsopllisticaltlwl o1'1-nsionnlly. I NVll.l.lAM l'.Vl'lilUK MITRVIIY Mnroli 235, 1905! Youngstown. N. .l. l l'1ll, BIN i fb K 22: Sfll1ll'llif S0lllli'l' 1333 2 Vnsily liilslivf- r r Q hull fill I V:li'sit'y l-zlsohnll 4L.lC ll:ls1-hull Silllllll 115: Ulnss Foothnll 11.233 1'l'0lllll'l'1l ul' l"1-nnk- lin Illlll Mnrslnlll Avnmlolnyg IZ. S. in l'I1'. fT0lll'Sl'. Hill is :1 nmn ol' nmny moods. Voming from F. and M. Al'2lKil'lllX, XVll0l'l! ho wns k1-pt lmsy alll fho filllik ho 1l1'1-i1l1'1l to "l'1'Sl' np" flllfillg' his Fl'0S1llllllll yum'---a1111l he 1li1l, Lust yl'Ill', how- ovor. ho ll0l'illlNE l!Xfl'0llll'ly IIOIHI of illiilllg' wnlks :ln1l :almost Illlj' 1la1y ho conlml ln' l'olln1l out in the g:1'1'nt opon s1nl1'1's strolling.: t1lll'UllHjll Grov1's of Iloocllos in tho NVOo1ls. But haul wontlioi' soon 1li'ovo lnn ill1l00l'N und ho took io Rlllfl-ill! 1-v1'1'y hook thnt cmno along. Finally ho llOl'lllll0,1lllll'll lll'fEll'll04l to Sl1:1lc1'spoal1'o's work. 1isp1'1'inlly tho one about Anthony 211111 Cloopnt . which ho is in the midst of now, und noitho 'nt noi' Will llllIlS0lf know how it will como l "' 1 il X ,I f'4'A lilwmlogt K 1, .MW Seventy Three -vr "v,-H vw-.sxq ann, maxim..- ills J Wifi.-, V 'A' ' :vig . J- 1. 'gl KC RIPIIAMMHJ '-4 V .IUIIN A. MVSHIEAVIC l"l'ill'lllll'j' IT, lilllli Rl'llllillgI, Pu. Nlull.'r'x1u'urff. Jollnnio 'l'l'm'lc Sllllllli f1.2.2ll Z Ulnss l"ooth:lll till! l'i'vp:ll'v1l nl lil-auliilg llig.-:li Sc-hool: ILS. l'om's1-. illll'lll5.I his illilinl two yours in 1,-ollo,L:o .lolnmy spohlz most of his wa-uk l'llllS.ill iillllt'2lSfl'l'. hill' this your ho vlmngorl his taivtil-s :xml l'l'j.l'llilll'iX sin-mls his XVl'1'li-l'IlllS ut homo. Sllzllu-spl-:lm is talking up 1-lwmistry. hut tho prospm-1-t ol' ln-ing: - blown up lms lwl him to olmsvlwo 1-losvly somo ot' tho othm' prol'm-ssions. ill4'illilillf.E ta-all-liillg tlllli fl'it'llil0lll' opvmltiilg. not to mvntiion Il uorrvslmml- vm-o vourso. which sl-oms vl-ry Sllt'i'l'SSflIi. .lolmny lms lam-n om' of om' clistum-v rlmm-i's. :xml has In-vu SllC'K'l'SSi'lli in his c-olll-go work, with om- 1-xc-option : Dol- l'lmrll-s' pllysics 4'0lll'Sl'S lmvl- provmi ll Xl-musis for him, lmt hm-'s hoping to got ovm' thom. All jokim: osillv. .Iolnmy is popular amd hams maulo u host ol' l'l'il'llliS ut F. :md M. llllll loyallly supports ull alvtivitivs. IIA XVSON HAROLD M UTII Muruh ls, 15102 lim-lm-1'sll11l'g, l'n. D on llixlgxllotlliam Liil'l'lll'y Sovis-ty 121.412 l'r1-1mr- ml nt' Kvyslom' Stills- Normal Sl-hool: llhlta-1-ml .llmior Your 11512333 A.l2. f'0lll'Sl'. 'Pho suhjvvtz ot' this skvtc-ll is lirsl. ol' ull n ul-ntll-nnni uml an svllolnr. Nulurv has plum-ml on him un illlliVi1llllli stump of illfl'lil'C'llllli zilnility. :xml alll who know Dov hour witnvss to hs snpor- ion' Si'il0iIll'Sili1l uml lli'i'Ilillllll'llfS. llis willv ' rwuling uml his powol' t'o1' llm-op nml l'I'1'Ill'il'l' 1 tlloilglll' inspirv 11-spvc-t. Dov vontvniplutvs l'llfl'l'ill1.!,' Il:u'vur1l lalw svhool uftvi' gl'IltillIlii0ll. lVith sm-h pmvl-rs ol' lllillli plus u high sl-uso ol' lN'I'S0lllll honor, il lwrsomllity tlmt l'l'llVOS un int'ollvc't1ml utmos- QQjf!f5ljL1ll1'll u 'line iCil'Ndf49L??'Vil'l'. hm- wmnout lnlt giffifrillll to tho rwllm-ss ot ill.!f'il0Nl'll protvssion u 7 svrvico whim-h som-i wh , i61'llliS :xml his Almn , BIIIYUI' will Cher ' , iyfigl, ' 'W' 51's 5 Jffffgf i H E5-41 , E-Q W tgp-if 2- 7 MTF! mf 4 N-11:-f-1-' ff' A f f s" - Seventy Four lllllllllllllllllllllIIlIIIIlllIllllllllllllllllllllmllllllllllll '1 vfvvtff-v -qvv -710-v ' 1 v,- gr qv c 1 4 o g, '-,I 1 g ' "ww -wif'"i'w1w2.:'?4'm4:1i "ft um: MMR-1' RUl5l'IR'l' IEAHDIGN NICARING March 20, 15105 'IFiog.5n, Pau. 12071 ffolh-go 12211141 fill: l'rop:urm-4l ut: 'l'iog.'::1 lligh S1-hnol :uid Mzmslivhl Stzltu Normal S1-hoolg ldiitc-wil .hmior Ya-arg ILS. Course. Iioholml one of tho grm-nt' im-mlicos oi' tho 1'utm'v! Um-0 lioh lwlicfvwl that he wishvil to ontvr tho tc-ilvllillg' profvssioli. hut hu lu-ollvcl thi- will ot' nlullicillu mul now looks fo1'w:1l'4l lo 4'lli0l'lllL! Johns Ilopkihs l'nivvl'sily, nfivl' ho Sl'4'lll'l'S his ILS. Music :nlso has an gzrvnli aippwil for him, as wvll us thu fzlil' mlumsi-ls. although lioh sl1'oi1g.r- ly dvilivs thu laltlvr. llis worst vivos Ell'l' his low l'o1' sh-4-ping :mil stlulyillgr. lllli'41l0ll'i1 toll Ruth! A lovo ol' Illlflllllllllli on Nllll-il'K'iS too all-up for tho HJ1lllll'l'llUllSlUll of thv vommon lu-ml 1-:lust-s him to hold forth from morning to night: r-il' hc- c-sm limi sonwom- to :xrguc with. .TOI IN T. NESLINE .luniun-y 25, 1004 Suulmry, Pu. ' .lolumy Assoc-into Ediioi' Williamson 1h'imli1'm1 fi-Il. Iqlliiifll'-l'll'1'if f-H: l'hi Vpsilon Kumm: lloutlu-2111 Litvrnl'y Som-ioty ll.2.IH: 1'1'4-ss Ulllll il.2,3l. S1-c1'ota11'y UU: Y.M.U.A. Vallnilwlz 11.2.2333 Stu- clvnt S1-uznlv. f2.!il, UlHlll'lll2Ill XVIIXS :xml AIUIIIIN l'ommitl0l' fill: 1'l'l'll2ll'l'1l ut Smnhury High Svhoolg A.ll. f'0lll'Sl'. John is tho "l'opl'Is1'1-y" Ufllll'1,0l'lllii10l'j' who flll'lllSll1'S hrvnkfzlst for thoso who go to hvd ualrly fin tho morningj. 110 trim-al to givi- uonfvction :ls thi- rvuson for his immy wvvlc-1-ml visits to his homo, hill: we have sinvv lval1'm-cl thzxl' tha-y hslvo In-on only on zlvvolnlt ol' nl'l'oc-tion. 'l'hc-rn has hom-11 ai rumor uflont that he is ai fru- quvlllz visitor nl' tho Iiilllllbflll' Waist Shop wlim-rv ' MW ,ww x W vs X 'A :item-1' 1 ull' IIl'i "':l " X-i"Lf'. nl mlm! 1 I cam I.. ho is llll Ox wil ' ' ' xh tl 'Z X XX W docs not huy tl stvv. wr a ll! vouhl l I- ' "" -X l x 4 . TSE.. , N Swcnw Fwd - I . . - Wi-lllliiililMl' 5 x o Y ' j CC IZIPL MMR J M IIIGNRY ll. ll. NURS Many 26. 1906 Aquanshit-ol:i. Pu. Jlvn, Vursity Dt-halting.: 'l'm-uui 12.3-il. l':1ptniu till: 'l'uu Knppu Alphu: l'ust-l'i'umli:1l t'luh till: Stmlunt Sm-naitv 139: Y.M.lY.A. t'nhinm-t' t2.3ll: l'i'vuni'ml nt' Pnlinvrtun Iligh Sc-lnml: All. t'oin'sv. 'l'his mlvall' littlv hoy lnls mn' grunt :issvt -his t'll!.fll,L'Iill,2,' nil' ut' iillim-1-limi. 'l'ln- guilt-lt-ss sim- plivity ut' his lovuhlu lll2llllll'l' wins him t'1'it-ntls l'V0l'XWll0l'l', huti uplwurs to host zulyalntngv, pm'- hups. un Sunday uvcuing.: with thu St. lll'tl'l'.N young.: 111-oplv. who llll1lU1' his mlm-Vout lvault-i'sliip lmvv grown frmn il 1ll0l'0 liumlful of t'uitht'ul souls into tho most' HUll1'iSlllllf.I Elllll su1mliist'i1-alta-tl nl'g.::1niz:it'im1 un the 1-aunpus. Asitlv frmn that work, his gzwaitvst tailuut is lonting.---wliivli ln' tluvs sulmvrhly. royully. Clussvs 1l0lllIllltl no timv ut ull tl'i'nt's. Sc'lm0t'l'01' und Ilurlmltl plunst- uotul : :intl us for cnptuining tin' 1111411-tl-:lit-tl elv- huting tvulu---flint too fails uttvrly to rutllv thu smootlmvss of his sweet, blamcl smilc. MAXNVICLI. SIIICIHIDAN l'Al,Ml'lli Mnrvll Zlti, 19023 tli'v1-iivillv, N. Y. illum Illlllllltbllllilll l.it'm'u1'y Sm-it-ty tl.2l: l'r01nu'- 1-rl :it Gi'm-mivillv lligh Sulnml, NX.: ILS, in Ev. tfuursv. Ono ui' tho must fillllllllll' Sij.fllfS1lillllltflll' 1'IllllllllN fm' thu pusti tlu'00 yvnrs lnls lu-vu un olmigzltvml pic-cc of humanity, ccmunonly known to his t'lilSSlIlllf0S us Mux. This llj'-1ll'01llll't' ot' flu- tH.fl'll'llitlll'tll industry hns vonu- ull tho wuy frrnu tht- lofty ln-igllts of tlu- Catskill Mountains to furtlnu' his owlucutimi :mtl ln-vouiu 1-ivilizvtl. 110 lms high litmus tlmt thu lciiuwlm-tlgv ho 1'0- vvivvs will hu of grvnt llilV1l11i'Il5.I0 to him in food- ing his vows und rcliic-lions umro 0t'0ll0llllC'1lll1'. Max thinks that that tho typos of pooplu that illllwlll' on tho 4-urh nmrlu-ts nf Lllllt'llSf01' url- "lnu-kstm's" nml Ullllii0l'd1lSll0l'S.u Livv :intl lm-:u'n. Ilis tluw-0 4-hiuf an-tivitivs nw studios, pinovhlv uml work ut thu Y.M.l'.A. In thv tirst mul lust: hc cxculls. gy f ,,,. X ,gyfqf f . I, ly V nf -2 ' ,7 ' 4 1 In . vf ' v L l lmunL, , -S-'E' a v ...... I . f ii Sevenw Six ?-.. -.. W... , ,W Q T ima: Minn-D ' 7 Al,l'1XANlJIf1R J. l'Al'l' X Now-111l11f1' 15, 1901 1'iltslr111'g.1l1. 1'11. llulf-I'iut SZl'1'llUll3'i S111-i1-ty: l'1'1-11111-1111 alt Szaufniau' 111111 li111h1p11st. II1111g:111'yg l'I11i'111'111l SUllll0lll0l'l' Y1-:11'g ILS. in Ev. 1'ou1'sc. iI11's so Nlllilll that i'l11' f1-llows lllllll4'fllllfl'lj' 11:1111111l him ''I'la1lf-11i11l."-shut what Palm 1:11-ksi11 sizu ho lIl1lli0S up ill h1'a1i11s 111111 jollity. Alvx 1-111111-s to IIN Il g1'111llu1t1- l.l'0lll lI111h1p1-st, II1111- f.TIll'j'. lint his hssimilaitioii is :1l111osiz 1-11111pl11iA1', for h1- 1-v1-11 s111ok11s 1'l'lllI'l! Alll1'1't'11111l says. "Y1-s. this is l'l'Zl1ly good t'oh:11-1'o, hut not to ho l'0llllHll'llKl with our 1'l111'op1-1111 h1'a1111ls." Somo day Alox hopos to rniso H111 1-1'o11o111i1f illl1l0l'- tz1111'o of IIllll1I2lI'y, fl1111'1'I'o1'1i -ll'l'l'y ll111'l11's is lltlllllllg l1i111 along.: thu wily. XVII1-11 ki1l1l1i1l Illbllllt his sizo. 1':111p allways says. "R1-1111'111h1-1' Nu- 11010011--.U JOHN EIHVA lllb l'l ll DMAJ ICRSK Y .Tune 20, 1902 Lz111sl'o1'1l, l'il. .l11u'n, Pod l'1'1'1m1'o1l :iii LllllSl!0l'Il Iligll Svhool :1111I lloliiprli li11i1'1-1'silyg lC11f111'1vd S01ill0lllOl'0 Y1'lll'Q 14.8. f'0lll'S0. Johnny d1-1-i1l1'1l ihnlz l.11l1ig:l1 wus not ll big 1-11o11L:h 11111111 for him. so 1111 1'a1si, his lot' fo 1h1- winds. 111111 lo und lwliold, ho 11111-l1o1'1-d nt old Nl'V0lll3l. . Pod is il v1'1'y Stllfll0lIS follow amd is 1'1s1'y Illllvll i11t1-1-1-st1'1l ill thu VIll'l0llS lim-s of 1-111-111- istry. hut is not foo IlllS01'll0ll in s1-i1-111'1- io ui'- t1'111l fo 111o1'11 friviail 111a1tl1v1's. "l'is salid ihuii 1111 likos l'lllllllllllllC'l l111fl11-1':111 fllllll'4'll. iirst lll'l'IlllS1' it' is just fom' l111111l1'1-d pzicos fl'UIll his door. 111111 s1111o111I hc-1-a111s1s of--? Yes, it's il girl. Ilowevm- R111-y is v1-ry 11i1f11 llllll we 1-o11g1':1t11la1f11 John 1111 his taste. H111'c's ' 'hing y 1 .ZUT11 bust 1'.:jlUlI, als :1 l'll0llllSf 8011,-P vnu' fp Rail Illllll! fx' ' .- D wiki 1lo1111-stic life. J ,I 'Q .E A 'ji 1 . :jg H 115 . 1 gl 9 1 '1 Seventy Seven 19, I g-,. - I -' - 1 IZ? mmm msmni A 1- f'i xx ' f . 1 if RIPL MMR J Hllllllilllfl ll. l'UN'lZ April Il. lllllil llllllt'ilSil'I', Pu. .H1'1ll'jl fb li ZZ: lliauf.:nollli:1n Lila-r:11'y Sovivly tllli 'HllSkl'fiHlii Sqnaul 12.5-lj: Class l"oollr:lll ll.2l: Propnrvcl uii l.nnc-nslvr lligh Schoolg ll.S. in E1-. Course. Prof. llairnvs has otlivinlly l'l't'0,l.'IlllZ0ti tho Sth lVali'1l ns living' on tho lnnp sim-0 Pontz vnnw to college and lnovaum- ono of his "elm-ruilml fm-t's" exports. llvnvy is un oxaunplv of al good nmn gone wrong. for in spill- ol' his 2ltilil'iQil7 :lhility ho insists on studying.: so that ln- vnu flliil' on intclligont port at tho rlnily nn-ating.: of tho Bmxrd of Dirootors whivh sits in thu liln'au'y und :lnnoys ull tho inmutvs. dismissing wuys :ind inc-uns ol? gvttim.: l'hi llc-lu Knppn lcoys. Gvorgc ,Q--glQQs11'Qvalsto llllilljl tinw 1ll'0llllKi c-olla-go. lmovullsu u' 7-'Ji roblost who! 4- llon-sn't spm-nfl it ' -' choil-0 for tho l'1 rv." . fix N A- 5 . Wall N ,U imxgx im, f' A-'lu sr. e. .L Mp, i f I X . I :ii x N V - , X f' XiXx'Xk.Yj'igliglXi+1xQn' ' - ' i V , l. ' A N 'gy-Nil. will-. "l H lllllllulmulllm -EL.: " ' J" i its ' ,.-1 it gfflg' ,I N V .Ql.fgg1-gi 1. 131:33 --.11-5 4- 2- X595 fr" - , glib. - .jf-A- 1--r'-:e" f ' I A, ' A. Y1U'l'0R 1'Ul.AUK .lnly 1, lil!!! York. Pu. Vin, Noull' fb K iI': lntvl'-lf'rulvrnity l'ounc-il itll 3 Sluulvnl: Svnulo fill: liilll'ii Cut Sovil-ty till: Vnrsiiy llnsohnll ll,2,3l, Unptnin 139 Z Pl't'll2ll'l'ti at York l'0ill'1IiIlfl' lnstitntu: ILS. in Eu. t'oni'sv. Pitvllol' and gloluv trot'tv1'. Viv hns sorvoll np his 1-hoicv shoots :intl shunts to lzuno nnlny op- posing iHli'l'l'l'S. Lust Sllllllllttl' hu sliowvd King Ga-orgv how hu lloos iii while twirling.: thx- S. S. l.ovinlhnn tm-:un to via-tory owl' tho Uillllllllillll- ship twun ol' Elll'01l0. Noah. short for No Account. li0lllililll'S that huppy faculty ol' wisdom with althlm-tim' nhility. llv hns lwvn ln-:ml to rvcito tho "sa-vt-11 typos of l'0l'll0l'llfl0llS" or ll Spanish li0i'iUllSi0llllS1lC shutllml llI'0llllKi tho hnsvs 1li'i'l'l' :1 wit-kwl clrivv. lanti that wus prohallnly for thx' hvnolil of :I prof in the stnncls. l Sevcnly Eight X CG 121121: MMP:-D 1 f PAUL McDOWl'lIlL RIGIGART IYIIHZINIONVII. l':l. 'Sonny 1'1'v1m1'url nt Dollalstown Iligh School: ILS. Course. 'Who owl' lu-:wil of unything good 4-oining: froni ljailliistown? If you di1ln'l:, huro it is- onc of tho host l'l'oin that niotropolis, Mvrlic-ino is his line, hut hu has al hcttvr om--f-woiiivii, :mil wo oftr-n wonmlm' which is thu main snhjovt. Son is ax lmrd XVUl'lil'1'. whvn ho works. :incl is nl- wuys :unhitions to gut: nlioiul. ospm-4-inily during: 0X2llllillRll'i0ll tillllk lint ull in ull, ilu-ru is somo- thing in him. and of 4-onrso, ufti-1' his youthful clalys pass. wo oxpox-t gront things oi' him. Ulu-4-1' np. Son! Tlu-ro :wo lots of wonion :incl plmity of lll0ll0y in the world, if you only go :ind got: thoin. .lUSl'llJl I IIIGNRY IHSSIN4 I ICR Sfiptoinlwi' 27. Iilill Sill'l'2lllll'lltU, Pai. .Ima Nuoolrx A XA: f'l'0NS-1'0llllll'X Sqlniml fl.Z.H: Halsvhull Sound 123: l,l'1'Ilill'i'fl nt Vallloy Yivw High School :xml lf'i'unklin nml Murslmll Am-auli-Any: ILS. 4'o1n'so. , .Ioio Dnnih usa-il to ho an cross-4-ountry rnnm-r, hilt his i11c'l'1-:lst-rl girtli forhiils that form oi' ox- orcisv, although h0's still Il good NVl'l'Nfli'l'. :incl tho girls iinml him lllll'1l io throw. 'Pho only tronhlu is thot .loo 4-un't livin' tho nmsic whvn ho goos to tho pig wl'0si'l1-s nt tho Gziwlm-ll f-h0's not th-:1l'. oiihor. No. ho's not running for strvvii vlvaliiol' oi' nny 0l'lN'l' hig j0lb,'A-lll'i'2llISl' hv's tzoo hnsy Sf'll1l5'lll1l'. with pinot-lilo ns his i'au'oi'ito in- clooi' sport. 'Pho ronson? .loo has lots of things to look foi'w:111l to. im-luding supporting his promised onv. and ho must hvnil :Ill his 0lll'l',LZ'l0S to D1'l'Dlll'illL.E for his study of llll'ili0ill0. Froni tho looks ol' things. .loic will swing Il nu on lllll1ll0ll10l01 'H' I A f x Seventy N me 2 W ei? X 16 RIPII MME' J f Kl'lNNl'Z'l'II LUHIS ROI-IRIBACII Kon F0ill'lllll'X 2, 1903 llolhli-ln-ni, 1'a. Xfbg Studm-nt Wvckly Stallf 1333 Ul'lfilllllllll! Stntli llusinvss Managoi' 133 g Svconll Assistant Managvr llaskolzball 125. Assistant 133: Pro- parod at Ki-ystono State Normal Si-hoolg lllntvr- od Sophomore Yi-arg B. S. Course. "Hoy, Kon, you'1'c wanted on thu Phono." "What is it. male or female?" "F0lllllll'." "Toll hm' l'n1 sick." Ya-s. Kon is bolliorod a ,front dual by a vortain lady ho says ho has nvvcl' soon. who admirvs him lwwiiisu of his manly fl'llllll'0S. llo's a danvm' of no moan ability and also quito a bridgo player. Ile pays many soc-ial 1-alls espo- cially on Sunday, and always gm-s on-r big. Tho pnronts thinks hu is just tho right kind ol' a boy to call on 1i!lllf.2'iltl'l', proving.: that you can fool some ol' thc pooplc some ol' thu timv. but-. llc is a good Stlllillllll and would no doubt have won ai Phi llc-t kvy if the profs had only given him boltoi' grades. I-IIJWARID li. llllllltlill In-vm-xlilw1'Il1, 1003 Lam'asl'vl', Pa. IM, Shvilr. ll'Illl1lIII1'IIf Xfli: Ul'lii2lllllll1' Stall' 1211: NVinn1-1' 1f1'l1N'l' l'1'izo 12l I l'i'1-parvd ali lialliwislm-1' lligh Svhoolg 'll.S. in Ee. Coursv. 'l'his sliol--lvatln-r shc-ik has many attain- mvnts. 1-hiol' among NVillt'il is his ability for vross-vonntry walking. llo didn't liko Proi'. Maysor's syslom. so hu stnrlvd working out on :I syslom of his own. on a liyo llliit' voursc, but strangrc' to say, allways aftvi' midnight. Likv vvvry athlotv. lid 4-njoys a good rubdownr- in- l'l'l'llili, liowi-vm-r. llis athlvtiu ability own ox- tonds to c-ln-ol'-loading. as bv provvd at tho l'l'sinns gann' last fall. 'l'hvn. too ho's lho origrinator ol' tho famous no-arm driving sys- tvm -f--A shifts gi-ars with his fl-vt and slvvrs with his knot-s. Not 1-von junk ln-aps nor womon dm-tc-1' this hig.:h-minmlod soul from his pnrposo. That Koipvi' prizo came in handy. too--.Turbo pays-d for tl W suit ho wore all wintvr. 1 xii: . is 6 .. -- !.22 07Q4 1 Eighty 5 ...lv wulllll A 1 -3 : ,- f ' L' ' f Q O 1 1 I . '.:g-- . I 2 'X I r ' 1 2111961 11 ix li Qcomn: MMP:-J""'M' iie A FRANK ARTHUR ROSENISEIUIICR ll0f'f'llllN'l' 20, 190-1- Rosy North Wales, Pa. A X A 3 ljiagnothian Literary Society HJ gI'hi - Vpsilon Kappa: Y.M.U.A. ILZZP : Baseball Squad 11323: Prepared at North Wales High Schoolg A.l3. Course. Rosy, the pride of North Wales. is fifty per- cent of that ,frreut eity's Q10 representation at lf. and M. I-Ie's the thc hrnwn. But the tion isn't functioning ed for the ministry preacher factory on college-that is, if Prof. Long lets him get tliron3.':h. Rosy conlidcs that if he could get college algebra oil'. his course would he a cinch. Another dream! In his first two years he was a rather snhdned chap. hut maylie he doesn't step out now ! hrains and liill Lewis is Iirst part of the corpora- vcry well. Rosy is head- and expects to cntcr the completing his course in HARRY VANCE ROUMFORT .lilly IT. 1905 Lancaster, Pa. lfullonn, fb K 213 lllec Ulnh 11.223 : l'repared at l4'rauklin and Marshall Academyg ILS. Course. There is such a thing as claiming one specific place in the world as one's habitat, and then disproving it hy oue's actions. Balloon comes from the Red Rose city. hut apparently a eer- tain neipzlihoring city has its charms also. Then too, there's Eden. which could not possibly he forgotten. Evidently there is a charmer there. too. Vance leads a great night life-when it isnt one of thc places referred to, it's strnmmin,f: out music for the dance with the Blue and White Uollcgians. The hoys are good and admit it, and Vance is one of their hest. Tl' rovillir. care- free life of a traveling: orchestra 'eems to have l its alilieal, for Vance seems lllfi with lt. is fi .' ,M X, --' ' lg all IIC ...ui ,J ' :"'3' . ' '4-7'-F5 , ""K.6i5-- ' 'f - -' . V -wwf-..a:'M--. fi B ? ' ' rlregan to step'fxy7lj,Qz l took up dancing. , Q f. l.'. "l- o Y ' f IC RIPL MMR J 9 FRANK l'. 'SANTA MARIA. I'h.G. May 20, 1901 llrooklyu, N. Y. Doc, Sunlll, Sunlrz lege of 1'l1a1'u1acy: Studied at New York Uni- versity and F. and M. 4102193 Ro-entered F. and M. 1192495 ILS. Course. Pause a minute. kind reader, to behold one of the niost popular nien to grace our campus. Frank has no enemies luecuusc he greets every- one with a kind word. We dare say there isn't a nian in the Freslnnan class who doesn't know him, and it has heen whispered that he is their champion chaperon. He's also very popular with the girls at the Pine Garden. and makes it a point to go to the Hamilton every Thursday. llow come? . Fl'llllk'S anihition is to some day return to Broadway and hang out his shingle as the hcst surgeon in New York. IVIIARLICS M. SAIYER Ocloller 6. 1904 L1lll1'llSl0l', 1'a. f'llIIl'fll7 Prepared at Lancaster lligh School: lB.S. in Ec. Course. Who said the United State isn't prepared? Here Charlie spends every summer at the Citi- zens Military Training Uanip. and no one gives llllll credit for it. 1Vith n few more sunnners of hard work at camp, he expects to lll'k'0lll0 :1 full-fiedpfed counnissioned ollicer. l?harlie's ellicient work for the Real Silk Hosiery Iirni gained him an executive position, and now he takes things easy and lets his under- lings do the dirty work and have the dogs turn- ed on them. When this putt him on easy street. uci to tlu SIIIDIISO ol nent s Nm u can stint with t 1, t H6111 at Pine Garden. '45 for E NN? i Q6 ?rL'l' ? Z U is-1 I 'IlllllIllllllllllllIllIIlllllllllllllllllIlllllllllmllllllllllll E'ghl9 Two N I ZgI15PH.2'5"'1W 995621 - 1 P4i779':ff'Q45 Quay' ez' S!! 3. I' , :O Q. o i'f.s,g.,s S N. ' HON' 3 , .gk , Q9 - f f ' J ' . " ll ' . . f f Jfsz"""- . A 1 -wa, Q f .-gh? 45, 31,5 , f , 35 7 ---- ' , , ,, ' , EE QA,-. 47-' - 1 : 'HT I. .I ., . . O. .., . 'fha' vw wg f Z OKQE t :ii to g , 1 bztngig 'H N .few we 1 af:-"7 " ' A fIvAg Graduate of Columbia University, Col- Y 0 1 """M'i CC IZIPL MMEW ' 'il' HAROLD D. Sl'llAl+ll4'l+'l'lR March 30, 15104 Ashland. 1'a. Dufcrh-, Spfwlry ' Aflflfg Class Svcrotary fill: Uriflannno Staff 1313 Banquutz Cominittuo fill: Foothall Squad tl.2.3l: lvl'l'Sfllll5.I Squad 425: tllass Football H323 3 Assistant Managvr liasohall itil 3 l'1'vpar- oxl at Ashland High School: lS.S. in Ea. Uoursv. lla-hold i11 Sparky a lnan otf much pol'sist'u1u:v, onorgy, rvsourc-vfulnc-ss and a host of other liko traits. XVhy iloos ono associutv Spal'ky's name with tho ahora- words? Liston. frivnrls, wu'll lot you in on littlc "dirt," Sparky has houn one of the most faithful scruh foothall nu-n vvvr at F. and M. For tlirvu yoars tho tc-ani has lwvn hattcred into shape hy Sparky and others liku him. For that reason wo think he van hu spokon of highly. vvvn if ho lll'V0l' was vvon 4-onsiilcrotl a St't'0lltl string man. l'lVlGlilTl' ANSHN S4'Illflll'J lla-cm-iiila-1' 26, 'ISNP-L Ilamasirfr, Pa. IGH, llrrn1l.vom1' .-taxon, 1'l'0ll!ll'l'tl at. lAlllt'IlSil'l' Iligh Sc-hoolg l-3. S. in Er. Course. Ev is onv of those vasy-going 4-haps, hui: lu' g.:vt's there just the same'-oven to Lvhanon. llis shynvss usvfl lo ht- a grvati liamlic-ap. hut ro- vontly thc fl-malu 1'1'vq1u-iit'01's of tho Pino Gar- ilvn have workod wonilors--now hu has a mania for women and will oven slight his work to go to a pig.:-wrvstlc. Ilandsomc Alison is at his host in accounting, wlu-ru ho floligllts in show- ing his knowlvflpro. llv's pri-tty hot and admits it.---hut no wonilcr-this is tho third your lu' has taken tho course. Since ho has no 1Nll'f.ll'lll3ll' anmhitiou. wi- automobile driu 1 . ff 1" ' I' 1 m tmaclmig ziuru y s 1 1 lllll' Eighiy Three mmf mm' E 'Fill ,. if ' .f 0 S A- v"5 mf-il. Wrf, xily W im' lil, it 5 li? l X x l yyfgtzlian lilly wordsfn411159-h11r1'i1ig rocitations. 1 , - ' f' if-M--'fs "1Gomv1: Mme-J f JAMES l'IlILll' SUIIIGNCK Soptonihor 2-t. 1903 York. Pa. l'l1il. Phil: 41K 'l'g t'lass Vic-o-Prosidont 123, President 133 : l'ost-l'i-andial Club 139 : lllaok 1'at Som-ioty 125: Y.M.1'.A.: tloothoan Litorary Soc-ioty 123 1 intra-Mural A.A.. Soc-rotary 131 : Football Squad 11.2332 liasohall Squad 11.2.2335 Wrost- ling Squad 12,33 : Class Football 11.23, Captain 121 1 Proparod at York High School: HS. in EQ. tfonrso. liohold tho third attolnpt' of tho photographor. Phil oortainly wanted to look his host for his fomalo frionds in tho 1Vhito lioso oity. Thoy all oall him l'hih ovor thcro. Phil is sorioasly contemplating onrolling at Alln'i,L:ht. as is SIIOWII hy his corrospondonco. Iflo claims that Alhriglit is hottor than I". and M. hccanso of co-odnoation and "l.ou." Rumors N have it that somo ot' his girl frionds aro otforing 4-ongratnlations. IIUNVARID USIRURNIC SUOTT May Ill. 151031 l'hiladolphia, l'n. NVIIHH Xfilg Y.M.1f,A. tjahinotz till: Varsity Foothall 11.2.2472 Som-or till: llaskothall Squad 11.2.2315 Wrostling.: Squad 12.2552 Track Squad 11.2.3l: l'roparod at l"rankford 1'Iig,:h Sc-hoolg ILS. in Eu. Coarse. Scotty. as his rovord provos. is an athlotio sort ot' chap. ono of tho kind that goos out for ovory sport on tho 1-alondar. All this comhinod with his studios doos not loavo him mm-h timo for anything: olso, hut Sootty tinds timo to soo all tho shows in town, Wo think. lmt wo'ro not qnito suro. that ho has lnlsinoss in his homo town as his wook-ond trips aro qnito froqnont. It might ho that ho is not snoh a groat woman- foaror aftor all. IE thcrc is a girl down there she must ho a muto, for Scotty novor says moro f . if lf' ..,' - ,f .ff n nv, I. ll imuni ,fr 'E ? h - .... na. ' 1 '4"!rI ' " 4: .l Eighty Four -., - .-- - ff..---V-H ...,- - -A A'-- --,.... . .,..Y.-..'.:.'r- -'-" 24- . va.- wr H CG 121121: MMR-J D. l'lll4ll'lNI'l SHAUH July 29. 15104 Liuwnstor. l'n. fiom: A E fbg Socc-ul' Squad 12,35 1 Pl't'pIll'l'Il at Lan- caster Iligh Schoolg BS. in Ev. Course. Gene is ai local boy-hy ciroxunstanc-os, not in- clination, for ho pu-t'v1's Atlantic Uity or Now York hut Iincls the "Imp" corner a passahlo suh- stituto. It is said that his fame as Childs' of- ticial pulvlic panrruko tosser is causing him to View himself as an oxpu1'iu11t-ml and successful man of the world. but this, wo are roasonahly Sure, is more ruinor. Gene is really a lnml- worlcing. loyal and intorc-sting hoy with only two had hahits. girls trc-al Cll!ll'lll01'SJ and som-- cer. l l'IICRl'lER'l7 BENJAMIN SLAUGH Jllllil 21. 1904 TAlllC3'lSi'Gl', Pa. Jlcrb A E fb: Studi-nt Wt-okly Stall' tl.2.3J. Circula- l tion Managoi' t2,3l, I-lusinoss BIilllilj.fl'l' 139: llll'l'I'-F1'llf0l'lllfX Uouncil USD: Diagnothiun Lit- vrary Sovioty 1235. Mock Trial tt-219 Socontl Assistant Blilllllglll' liasohull 123. First Assistant ttilz S0001-1' Squad C213 I'l't'ill'l't'l at L!lllt'll!4i'0l' High Schoolg A.B. Course. Horh is an example of lm-aultll ln-ing: sac'rifivotl in the intorost of height. His thirst for knowl- ctlgo has lorl him into the social fit-lil. wlufrv lu- is inaking a 00Ill1ll'0ll0llSlV0 study of womon. which at-counts for his froquvnt appm-a1'am'os nt social funetions in many noarhy towns. I-Io is just as active a Slll'f'0HSi'l1 '1 caml W , - steliolastiv ontoi-pi?" Illtllf . vc qllostlwifgg Greek ahilitb' ovc ' . P' '- nlcffoi' doo. muff . y V IQ Y- ' .J t I Q in -Til Sl i i ig' I. Q . g'-ni? K Eighty Five ' Fi-i lj' 1" 1- ' - Y:-7 "f -: lil mm nrmrn WM1' CCOIZIPII MMR' 1 EDWARD lfIl'lISl'1 SMOKER D11co111111'1' 251, 111115 1'ol11111l1i E1l1li1,', J1'1'u1'fio11.11 G11111 1'l11l1 12.31. Vim'-l'1'1-si111111t 1312 IJ 11111111 Llf1'l'1ll'y So1'i1-fy 12.1-11: l'l'l'll2ll'01l 111 1'o1 lllllblll Ilig.-:11 Svhoolq 11.5. U111ll'S1'. XV1-ll, wvll. look wl1o's 11111'11! l':1l1lj', l"l'1ll lI11l1'-l'i111' 111111 l15lllkj'. Iiillllij' is 111111 ot' 1111- fnsi ost 1111-11 in 1-1111111111 along 1111- 1i111-s of 111'1111i1'i111.-: 11111 fuir sox. 11i1'1111r for 11i111s1-lf or for ofI1111's. 111-si1111s lll'll1f.'1 Il t11l1-1111111 XV0lllIlll snn l"1'111:fio11s is :1 singvr 111111 l111s111-1111111 11l11y111' of S0ll10 11l1i1ity. IG1l's Il 11'111'k 3lS11ll'Rlllf, foo. for 111' 1111s 11111111 known to 11o 1111- l111lllll'l'1l in 111 f111t to 1-11tc11 his 1-111'Hf-y11s, ll K'0llllll1lll, 0l'1lllllll'y 1 WILIEUR 111. Sl.11NAK1'1Il Mny 5, 151112 1111111 R111-11, P11. IDIHI, lflllllljl 1l11i'l': M1111111:i11g 1-111itor, 1Pl'lll1llllllll' 1211: 11111-111111111 11111-1'11ry S0l'l1'lj' 12.1.2113 Y.M.C.A. l'1111i1111t 1311 : xvl'1'SfllllL2' 811111111 131 3 llluss Foot- llllll 121: 1'l'l'lJ1Il'01l nt Glen Rock lfligll School 111111 York 1'ol11-1.:i11to 111stit11111g ILS. in Ee. Course. All. lllj' 1'1'i1'n11s, lll0l't 1111ot111'1' 11111111-1 1V1'l1- stvr: 11 1111111 of 1-x11111'i1-11c11 111111 nlnility, one who 1111s 1111v1-r 111-1-11 0llt'XVlfl'l'1l. 0111-flllkl'1l' or ovor f11il1111 to go onv l1l'tt01' t111111 11111 nvxt host 1111111. I'u11 is ll good Sl'll1l0llt 111111 111'11p111,.:11111list -111111111 Sis ill 11111111 111111 111111 it 1111l11is111-11 in his 111111111 town I'l2l1J1'l'. Strict 2lll0l'0llt of 11111 11111 coni- lllllll1llll0llf 111111 "Lot your 1-o11s1'i1-111-11 1111 your 1:ni111'." 1'n11 s11ow1-11 l1is 1111111ifi11s by lllllflllllillg' one of 1111- st'111' 1'ictori11l Rvviow SIIIUSIIICII of tho 1-o1l111.:11. If 111: 01111 still soll that DllllllL'2ltl0ll, 1111 c1111 1111-11111 1111yt11i11g.: 111111 1111 snrv ol' sncvvss. 11. P11. 111511111- 'tions f1'11111'. lflllllg Brill. II1' tlllll ns 1-o111i1l1'11fi111ly tihlltl 1111's Lflblllgl' I-'itil ' 1 111111 rv ' if. iivo 1-onts for Sllllll 111111 1111 01111 of 111-1-1111 4i'f5Q:f '1 l x L- 1 ' 1 ,Sw 1 1 . 11111 X T 1 ' 3111, - . V f ' Y5NXY1'--1-1f1""'g11-1,-1. f ' 1- ff I A V. -A . A "YXkAX.- H31-'11,,11111-1 , I h H ' lm -L.w1 xl , , 1I191,E16:1, .1111 1111.1 E if! E1 Eighty Szx 'gh -fm 1 U ' A I. .1 U. Y lv N11-g111..,-11: -1j..e- 7 'iliffiffvg"lfii5jj:'TQA'1f:-13121: "' 4' -. ' Ml M CQOIZIPU MMU' ill li0lll'1lt'D PAIYL SNYDER Nlll'l!llllD1'l' 10, 1901 G1-ttyslm1'g, l'11. Hob, Huff: E U3 Class IIisto1'i11n CHQ Jllllltll' Hop Honi- niittoc ffllg lflilgflllltilillll llitt-1'ary Socivty fl.2l: Varsity XV1'l'Sflillf.f 12.33 : Ifootlmll Sqnsul 11.2.35 3 Glass Footlulll 61.23 3 1'l'01lill'l'1l at Lit- tl1-stown High School: Ajll. l'0lll'S0. Uno hlc-ak S1-ptt-111l1c1' clay ill tho yC'lll' 11122 AQD., tlurrc 11ppv111'v1l o11 ll 1-ainpns 11 g:1'v11t, hulk- ing forin. Closm-1' inspc-1-tion 1'o1'011lv1l itz to hu no othyr than our co1'p11l1-11t fricnrl R. P. SllJ'tll'l'. lloh, ailthongll hailing.: fl'0ll1 the hatvtl tow11 ol' fil'ftySlllI1'l.f, has clovm-lopv1l into tl 1-1-al l'lllll1lllS vm-11-lmrity. Hu is Il v111'sity as woll as a 111i1'1o1' w1'1-stlor, and is as hot in sooic-ty 11s in atlilotics. And as I1 "1'ic'l salcsnian ln- has no pour, In spite of 11ll those' startling aclivivviiivxits. Snitz is l10t a bit concoitcd, for ill t1'11t:h hc has no 1-1-11- sou to be. 'IWIICODOIRIC L. SOISTMAN J11110 10, 1902 C11n'11le11, N. .T. TMI, I-'l:.1'l'ub, E1l1"il1uu1Z 'Ir K-lfg f'll2lll'lll2lll Poster C0llllllltl'00 625: Blat-k flat Soc-ivty, l'1'1-siclvlltz i211 G11-0 Clnh f25 : Foothzill Squafl 0.2.33 3 Class I+'ooth11ll 11.21 : Class Traci: 61,23 3 1'1'1-11111-1-rl at 011111111111 High S1-hoolg li.S. in Eu. Uonrsv. T1-fl is 'always looking for an oxvuso to play his liillljtl, tc-ll Il jokv. start Il rollgll-l1o11se 01' cliscovvi- sonn- int-ans ol' gc-ttim: one of his cuts 1-xc-lisa-cl hy l'1-of. llzirnvs. The Clic-1'11h is somo- what of a night owl 11s hc plays ill 21 t1'11veli11p:,' Ol'C'll0Sfl'll. Many tl fair dlllllS0l asks, "Who is that good-looking hanjo DIIIXOI' with tho lovely curly hair." I'IOXVOVl'l'. tl101'0 is hut one girl ill T1-tl's 1-yn-s and sho is hack in tho honic pochn1k. T011 has ont- faiultfvliu walks in his slr-ep, Tecl's 11 j.l'l'l'ilt t'111111l1-11 hoost1-1'. and l'lill1llS that Phil- mlvlpliiai would cmisv to 1-Yist if it XV0l'0 not 1 11011111 mth tln Ll at u ol 1'a1111e11 'I'-Q? Q- "' A fall mx "is E' X 111 X jgpllb X X 1 . " xt :I K! 4- x 111121: MMR-D 1111101111111 IIARNISII STICIN July 14. 111115 1'11i1:1111111111i11, I'11. G'corgc Class 11is1o1'i1111 1213 1io11tl1111111 l.it111'111'y S11- 1-11-ty 11.2.2111 Varsity T111111is 11.Z2.I11. 111111t11i11 12-113 1'1'1111111'1111 1112 Wi11111s-l1111'1'11 High S1:1111111g 11.11. l'0111's11. II111'11 is 11111 first ot' tl111 F. 111111 M. St11i11's. H11 is 111111 of thu jovial spirits 111' tho S11111i11:11'y Iii'- f0l't0l'y. so l'01l1'I1fJ,'l'l11lS1y 1-111111111111 that 1111 ot't1111 1'1111s for s111-111111s 1111 Doc 1i01'11'S 1111s11. Nothing 11111111t1111. 1111 tl11111 1':111s 1'H1' 11 111111111 of pi11o1'11111 :11111 plays with tl111 11l01l1iS w1111s11 11y11s 1'o11 ill ll 11110-11011111811 1'1'1111zy. lt is 111'o1111111y 111111 to his us- so1'i11ti1111 with t1111s11 vil11 L'1'1'1l1'111'1'S'11111f 111: is 111ss 1111so1111isti1-11t111l 1111111 his 11l'01111'l'. 1711s11it11 11is p1'11111111sity for 1ci111li11g. 11is skill with t1111 violin 111111 t111111is 1'111'111111t, 211111 trips to 11111 Y.W. 1l1111c11s. il look 11t 11is 111l'1'lI1'0 shows his 11tt111' i1111o1-11111-11. JAMES RAUUH STICIN July 1-1. 1905 1'I1i1:1111111111i11. 1111. Jim, 1'11st-1'1'111111i111 Ulllll 131: 111111tl1111111 11it111'111'y So11i111'y 112.511, I'1'11si111111t 12112 1'hi 1'11silo11 K1111p:1: 1'1'iz11 i11 1'1111li11 S1111:1l1i111.: 121: So1'1'111' 311111111 131 3 Assistant' 311l1111Q,'1'1' S111'1'l'1' 1211 1 l'1-11- 11111'111l nt XVill111s-l1111'1'11 1111.111 Sl'110f1lI A.l1. 1'11111's11. 111 11111 :11'11o111111111y111g sl11111' is tl111 s111'o1111 ot' t1111 two F. 111111 M. Sf11i11s. .1i111 o1'1'11pi11s ll 111111111- 11111112 111111111 i11 t1111 S11111i11:11'y 1111i'111'to1'y w11111'11 1111 is 111111 111' 11111: Iil11'1l'S 1-1111111'l'111 l111sh-s1i11g111's. 17111 01'11l'1' 111-1-11sio11s .1i111 1'11i1'1y fo11111s witl1 111111ti11 11fT11sio11s 111111 is 11111'111' 1'l'1111y still 1111111 1111 is 11s101111. Go11tl1111111 Lit. 111'111111 111111111 Ulllll. 11111. 111'11 115111111X 110111111111 witl1 11is l1l'l'Sl'11l'l'. 111111 fl1l'l 11111111sy without it. 1111c1111t1y 1111 1l11S 1111il'll to 111111111 p111yi111' hut 1111y 111111113 1-1111111111111 wo11111 111- 1l11111st11I'i111rl' ' 1is 1111111t11tio11 i Q , 4, My Elgllly Elglll 3,1 f 1, 11115111117 ., X 3 ff 1 fs ,..,.. ...11 . 1 fi f' G1 H1111 F 1. will 1CORIPL' MME' 111 ' f CIIAICLES PAUL STOBER F011l'112ll'Y 20, 11105 D0111'C!l', PII. 112111, Sfllll, 11111111 Y.M.C.A. 1'11111111't 12119 R011 11111111 1111111 13111 I'1'1-11111-1-11 nt R1-111111115 High S1-11111115 11.8. 1Z11111's1-. 1111z1e 11111111 the f1'111-111011 1f111111t1111111111e of o11e of 11111 1'11111't1'1' 111e11111o1's of t1111t 111111111115 111'1.:1111iz11- tion --11111 R011 11111111 I'l11l1. Despite his i1l'l'X 1111-ks. S11111113' 1111s 1111 11111s11111'isti1: te1111e111:ios. 111111 visits the l11l1'110l' 1'eg11111r1y. P11111 is bless- 1-11 with 11 11111111-1111t111'1'11 1.1'1'111. 1111 1111112411111 1111i1ity to 111111-lop 11 111111 cold 1111 11 monients notice, 111111 11 151-1-ut 111111111-11ti11n for l.'1'11f. IillllkQl'S l'o1iti1:111 1-,1:111111-0 111111 1111-1111o111ics Courses. The 1ll1V of 11p11os1t1-s 21ffl'1ll'1'l11l.! 1'1ll'll other 11008 1111t 110111 with lltfli--jI1Ni1 1:1111nt the 111111111011 of red-l1e1111c11 girls 111- fli1-ts with in 11 single 1111y. P11111 1111s 1'o11s1111-1'1-11 1111 11oss111111 111'1'111111ti11ns from 11s111111lt 111111111-111-11115 to soul saving, but 1111p111'e11tly 11113 111-c1111-11 on E1111c11tion. WILLIAM RODGERS STOCKTON 1'l1'1'11111111-1' 13, 111113 T,11nmste1-, Pa, Bill 111K 111: St11111-nt W1-1-kly S11111' 131: 1111111110111- 11111 1.111-1'111'y S1K'11'1ij' 111 : S111-111111 Assistant BIIIIIIUIOI' 1011111111111 121, l1'i1'stAssist1111t 131, M1111- 11,f:1-1'-11111-1-1:: T1'111'k S1l111111 111 5 Class T1'111'k 11.1 : 11.11. tT11111'se. One look at 111s 1111111 111111 one 11e1.:i11s to NVOINIOI' -11l0NV1'Vl'l'. 111- 11t 1-use, for it 110 11t11o1' t111111 11111 Sto1'kt1111. 111111 11t ll 50001111 21111106 one will s1-1' 1'1111t 1111 is 1111111 1111111111'e 111111 Winsome. Bill 111111-1-011 F. 111111 M. so quietly t1111t one 11111'111y 11111-11' 1111 wus Illiilllt. 1111t now 1111 is steppilig o11t --Awhy, even the Fl'!'S11l11Cl1, g1'01'n as they 11111, lmow 111111. 'l'11111'11 is just one question which 1111s not 110011 1-11-111'1'11 1111 t11 t110. S1lf1Sf2lCf1Oll of 1111-why does 11111 111i1.:1'11te to M 1 Gretnal everv let It go 1117 tllllt. S1l1ll1l10l'? 11111. 1111-11. 11111t's 11is '11i1', s11 we'1l 1 .d1f'4'Ai ikitff '111 G51 1 I, -1 E 1 N H ' l ' NH if 19111 me -'N-1s.l9""' 4111415 Y 0 1 W' 'W CC IZIPL MMR' J' ' l'rvl Nllllll' tlu-ir 1 Wall IIOWARD RICIIARIJ TAYLOR April 29. 1904 Lnnc-ustvr, Pn. Dirk -If K 'l': llonrrl ul' t'nntrol f2J: Pin nnll Ring: l'onnnittvu lil: .lunior Hop Umnnlittvv fill: film- Uluh CZ2,2ll. Assistnut M:n1n1.:0r fill 3 Assis- tunt Ulwvi'-lvzlfll-1' fill: 'Franck Squaul f1.2l 3 Ulnss Fnotlnlll 123 : I'l'l'llIll'l'f'i nt l4lllll'llSi0l' High S4-lmnl: ILS. Uoursv. UI' alll tha- nnlny lnltionnlitivs l'l'lll'0Sl'llil"!l alt l". nnd M., Divk is tha- only mnnhinntinn of Wop. .luw nnxl Dutvlnnun. For his uhility to swvur fiuontly in nny uno nt' those i'0llLfll0S. hu is point- ml out nn thv 1'lllIlllIlS :ls u linguist ot' notv. This trnit nlso hvlps him to innkc u hit with thc 1'0- lish girls in thv mul rvgions on tho film' Cluh trips. Dospitv his llisinclinutimi to study. Dick Xiiiflly' sulnllw 5l'PQf7j936l's with his quick qzlilllliilllg' und ch-vvr illustxjftion. 1I0's truvc-1011 X tau in his tunl Jn X, nst-'ns tht' roof gnrclvn nt fontosullc , f, if , Q - 3 X f ' - ' 'h A' .,- .. ,wh i ,- Q . ..- f"-Edit, Q , ' ' ' t ,Za 3121 X 15' -if..-" i H - 'ff' . f E-2 QW 125 .fZ'7' ' 9' , 1 EE Af-1 f , - "' - ' ' . 5 4 llllllllllllllllllllllllllIIllIIIlllllllllllllllllmllllllllllllll 50' I uf 1 ob Q09 5 y ON ob -.Ny vi. ff' i hc' cunt sin ki-up his inuthvr uwukv wha-n ho wns :l snys hu 4'nn't ln- iIlliill'1'L'Kl with thu oppos null lot NVA l.'1'l'Il! I I I'I'l'RIl 'K SNVAM Ut-tulwr 21, 15102 llrmllwvlcs. Pal. H ll'1lIl1'r iurwl nt illonrillv lligh Sc-lmolg ll.S f'0lll'Sl'. Atta-1' two yvnrs of that-lling in Vmlorus town- ship Wultur rlvvillvil that studying wus so he llll 4-nsivr - nv to I". und M., Illltl prvpnrvd tn do l'1'3li work. llv dm-s, ospvc-inlly lnvfnra l'XlllllS. Mnth nnll physics nrv his pot suhjvvts, nnml lnnny 2ll'l' thu stuilonts hu hns llvlpvfl orvr n:itlwn1ntic'ul worrivs. tm-r's lwalutiful. wvll-vmnln-il hnir lun kvs us think of hiln ns ai lllllSiCi2lll, but hu tvlls us ' 5.1: nuw, :incl nm-yor unllml, 1-xu-pt to s flu-ln strivtly ulnno. knl. Ilo itv sux. E Nincly n - ...4T.i. f' x Y . J fs GOIZIPL Mmm .lOl IN Alfl"IiICl'l 'l'A Y l A JR March 25, 190+ LIlllf'llSfl'l', Pa. .tl I. Illllvllir: flfhlliz Ulass 'l'l'vasui'1-1' tllg llanqnot' iitllll' inittuo fly: Sm-onml Assistant' X1tlllIlf.l'l'l' llaskvt- hall fill, First Assistant till : l'i'vpai'4-tl at Lan- caster High S1-hoolg ll.S. in lic-. t'onrs0. Vvll, vvll. ln-rc iss Dntcliivl Vot? Dat aiu't no liatulnnan. Vhy. ho hass got on a llrooks suit. a Stvtson's hat--nntl look thu way ho walks once. llv iss smooth! . , , . . lea. tlots vot ho says. lint vnlt' till ho pm-- gins to talk. Tin-n yon'll know tlot ln- i,l'Ulll lmlranon-np. And so wo haw All--st'l1u sniootlwst lnlt in Lam'astoi' Uonnty, WVU 1li1ln't know t Ulllllt' t'i'on1 Lolwanon until sonivono loft it we always sllspvctotl it, was l+'lm-twood. lint. Al's tigliting to live that clown. and now ho talks almost like an An1oi'ic'ali---vxu-pt whvn hc- gi-ts vxreitctl. N inely One hat ln' 1'0lllt'N vlnnan slip-w XVILTJA M TGTH 1 l"UiD1'llIll'y 25, 15105 1'it'tslmni'gli, Pa. llill l'Ill'lllilSl' Clair: Varsity llohatinrr 12.313 'Fan Kappa Alpha: lliagnothian l.itm-rary Society t1.:2,Z-ll. Soc-rm-l'ai'y tilt. Winnvir Uratorival tion- tivsts t1.Z2l 3 Phi l'psilon Kappa: Landis Ilistory Prim! til: Szvc-lwliyi I,it'0i'a1'y Sovioty and llothlvn t'i1'c-lv: 1'i-oparvrl att Fifth Avi-into High School. 1'ittslmrglig A.l1. Course. llc-hollll A citizen from l'itt'slnn'g.rl1 who xlof-sn't look as it' ho ll0Vt'l' waslnwl his nook. Ilill says ho in-yor saw thu light ot' tlay until ho was font' yoars oltl. "Nov0l'tln-loss. tho t'a1't' 1'0- lnains-" and on ho ravvs with that wic-kvtl lino. Doc Klvin thinks so niuvh of that liao that Bill was a inoinlwi' ot' tho cloltating fl'lllll for' tiwo years, and Prof. Knnkls si s astonutlwl om-4, llill an-ts unmlc-1' for has .il0!lIIl'4i t'o lfiwf "9 T' H01 tho way. 7 if Vfagfgff X was t itli itliti illllti ttllittliltiiitiiil it : Y I ms 'ic mm. MMP:-J llllI'f'l'IlI.Tl'lilTSSl,l+1li xlill'i'll 23, 1002 NVill'l'4'll. Pu. IfI'll1'l7 fb K Nlf: Silllll'lll NYM-lily Stuff H321 : Gloo Vluh 11,213 Assistant i'lll'l'l' llvurlvr fill: 1'l'vpal1'v1l nt Ilvllvfonh- mul Framkliu :uul Malrshull Ava- zh-miosg ILS. in lic. Course. llvrv ho is. The hruuvitu ol' the Junior 4-luss. XVhy. his full uanuv is llruco 1IlllNlS0lll0 fl71'usslvl'! ll' you 4-vi-1' lluvv :lu oportuuify to spvuk to him just hi-gin about girls und you'll ho listvuiugr uf loalst iivv hours whilo hu tolls :nhout his Ilolvus. liliznhvtlls. lidiills. Ofc. Wu lllllll'l'Siilll1l that ho wus om-v IlllSillk0ll1i'01' u Mr. Vohvu hy :1 hvllhop in ll lol-:ll hofvl. I-lis uuuu- rlisprovos flu- ill'CllSill'i0ll. but ou looking :lt his uosv.--wi-Il. -juxlgo for yoursvlf. Ulwur- lvuiliugr is tho most 011111111-time thing.: hu has dom- ut 4-ollc-g.:m'. i ALICXANDICR S'l'lCVENSlbN 'l'WOMl!LY N .Tuuuury 21, 1907 'I,nm':nst4-r. l':1. .fllfzlf lliuguothinu liitornry Sovioty 4'1.2.IH: l'0l'i1'l' - Smfivlltiflcf Som-ii-ty 12,1553 Y.M.lT.A.: l'l'vpz11'1-il nt l"l'lllllillll :und Al2ll'Nllllll Ar-:uh-muy: A.l!. Course. Alvx 'l'wo1uhIy. thoughfl'ul :lull rliguilh-cl: 1Hll'fll'llllll', hut not ovm-rly pnrtil-ul:u': l'USlll'K'i'l'lll to his vlflvrs. hut iowuril girl - I I! Novi-I' play- ing ou ilu' Slll'flll'0. hut st1'ikiu,u: profouml all-pths in C0l1Vl'l'Nlli'lUll. llo is ill-lilmowltv in slwvvlm. llllll souwtiuu-s worth listm-uiug to. llis hohhy-f-umk- ing thc- wlws-ls go round. wlu-flu-1' iu lllIlf'llllll'S or sovivty. A loyul friuml. who. though hm- knows you. still likvs you. ' 'i 'IVA f lg ...... 1 . ' -,.. 7"'f. 5 " - -. Ninety Two m":1'QfL-:n.:': G ' 4 7 :L f1"l"'V 1f fl Jr 1. Y . , CCOIZIPL MMR I ' VIIARLIGS ICIDWARIJ WICAVICIL l"l'lll'll2ll'X 25. 111031 llllllilvilll, 1'a1. Ululrlic l'1'1-111111-ll :lt A1illlill'llll lligh S1-hool: ,xifl'lldl'1l F. und M. 15120-1212223 lim--111111-1-1-al 121243 ILS. lfonrso. Thvsv qnivt, 1-lnlps ol'l'0n llll'll out to ho qnitu tho opposite wlwn you get to know lhu l'02ll fuvts i11 the vnsu. IIuru's XVv:11'01', for llll4flllll'l'. XVII!! wonlcl NllSlN'l'i1 him of lmving nn i11s:1ti:1l110 lllllllill for l41lUilillfJ,'-lN'l'S? At any rnto, that is tln- snll truth ol' it, 'l'll1'll. loo wo allways think of Mun- ll1'llll :ls ono of tho wild spots ill thu ,arrwlt 011011 spalm-s of LIIIWIISYOI' county. XYill'l'l' 1111-11 :irc 111011, and 11111 vxpross their opinions f0l'K'l'fllllj' :ind pict111'vsq1u-ly. lint :1g::1i11 W1-1111-1' npsvts the rlopv, for ln-'s lioalrtily opposl-cl to 111'ofn11ity. 'l'l1:1t will pass olll IIOXVOVUI'-lll"S :1 1111--11101lic:1l stinlm-111. nnfl ln' will In-:11'11 tln- lino nrt ol' swvnr- ing lVlll'll ln- l'1'i1-s lo collm-1-li his hills. 1lisl1! ..f . ANDRICW A M:11'1-l1 Illl. lllllil I1-l'0Nlil'lY NVILICY 'I 11-llu, I':1. .l lulll. .ll1'l'unl.: X ll f'3lil'llliilI' Stull' 121: Ul'lillllllllll' Stull' fill: l11l1-1'-l"1':1l1-1'11it,y 4'o111n'il 131: Sillflflllll SUIIIIU! C333 Soc-oinl Assistant Alilllilgill' Trac-lc 121. First Assistant liljg 1'l'U1l3ll'l'Kl ut Dcltn High Sm-hoolg ILS. f'0lll'S0. Yours algo whvn f Andy wus 11 I"l'l'Slllll3lll tho :girls usa-cl to l'Ofl'l' to him ns "that l1nsl1l'11l lit- flo hloinlo who 11011-1' says :111ytl1i11g.':." Now they cull l1i111 tln-ir "1-nt l'l'tl ' 'l' " Ita" Y -1.1 0 1. me shun fl0lll llc . What woinlm-rs :1 colin-,arc l'1lllf'Ilti0ll will 111110111- 1 l'11til ituntli ho plauul 111:11 1 Ill ol D j , ji tcov ' tho flour hoys ut 1 rc-11. hut likv u lmhy hircl, his 4-yvs opoiivml. :unl th Now tlnlt Andy ln 1-11--UA NG I ' IS lll'C'0lll0 nsm-rl to tho 1104-tic: 0XiSf0lli'0 in :1 l1ig.:,fi'1' l1.a111g sliul he h ,fu 1-oinv :ill sm-ll'-4-oiiscir lSlll'SS. Y'lll ho 1'l"'fi:EUf W i'lll'0 forth to .lv 'sonl . A- nfnl Collvgi -LZWFE l gC'l'3lllll2lfl0ll. ,.-. H rl if ' 512 , 'gs - ix 1 : f fo ll, E L- E121 I. 1 'l we Ninety Three ' i iii i 1 Lll fx n-e.--- -. Vi? mm nnnru f X L ll l UI Img. l':1. . :ld nt fllllllill til lnlvr- lllf1llllfX tmnuil Hb lmlhs in lmi iry Su- i W tu Nun 1 ic So- Nix un lll thn- ' uns lulmintmx lispiud :lt Ruullhg, High llt , nm ,. it lllL.,IllIll'llf, mt ll' uc Cllllll out mn N emolllsu on ill ninth lIlllHll"' ic ' N s. llis I ii ig., mulutx- Nxliom, hu llll upportim- 4 idxlso him X 16 RIPII MMP! f A l'IIARl'.I+IS Wl4lSl,l'lY WILLUITGHBY Svptvliilwi' 15, 1902 l'itnmn,Y N. J. 'Sunilrllion Ifillliflliltlllllll Llf0l'ill'X Sm-iviy fll: 1'm'tui' Svivutiiiiu Sm-im-ly 135: 'Frau-k Squad 1223: Pru- purod ut Wumllmry High School: ILS. Uollrso. fliiring of pi-m'i1lim.r u lun:-h i'0llllll'l' for the 1ll0S11llit00S nf New .l01's1-y, Szmifntioii 0:11110 fo I". und M. :md has clvvm-lopv4l into ai loyail son of Novoniu. llc's nu :irdm-nt fouthnll fam amd ll wlpzihlu vlioinisfy stmlvht. l'lvv1' 1-:Igor to lu-cp rho gum: froni hvcmnim: hluv, hv hroke the Ilimmtmiy ol' thc' l:ihm':1tm'y hy nttuinptilig to Illllllllflltfb his hand with u pin-vo of hrokmi up- pairaitils. Iflnppy to say. lu- still rc-mins thc hand :md tho anhility tn 4-mitrilmtu to ax "hull- Sl'SSl0ll.u lVillu1iglihy luis ll0Vl'1' wvpt over "WVhy Did I Kiss That Girl." hilt his midnight walks to Milla-rsvillv :irc an lnystvry. Ninety Four 'Wi "1 1 RIPII MME' ii f CARI. ElTG1'1Xl'I WINKICLISLEUII in-toln-1' 25. 11103 U0lHll'll, Pa. Wink Goctlwull Llfl'l'lll'j' Souix-ty HJ: Propnrccl :lt Gregg Township Vocntionnl Sc-hoolg ILS. in Ee. Course. At first glance XVink will soc-in io ho n vory quiet-looking: chop, but got n liftlo closer to him und you will soc ai nnmistnhlo glint of flvviltry in his eye. Ono of his vhiof sports is torinont- ing: und loading his roonn-lnntvs an nu-rry life of if. IIis line? XVcll. it works sonn-riinos. nt lvust. hc nlwuys puts forth his host efforts to 1ll3lk0 it work. He is taking tho hnsinvss course, nnd when he is 11 hnsinoss nmn hu will have ninplu opportunity to try it out. Spanish is his fnvoritc course, but that is likc-ly :hw to his ile- sirm- to iil'4'Ullll' n Spnnish Atlllviv. V To ihrox I TIN IMAS K IMHICR XVQIITI I I NHT! JN Svptoniln-r 22, 12105 I llllIlNli'l', 1'n. Toni. 'I'. lx' n . Diugnoihiun l4lfl'l'Ill'j' Socially ill: 'l'rau'k Squad 0.23: l'1'o1m1'vml nt Frzinklin und Mau'- shnll Acndvlnyq A.l4. Uonrsv. Toni is tho frvc rovvr of ilu Cillllllllh. ho is zilwnys into vvm'yil1i11g.':. knows 1-vwylmxly. nnil liki-ly to turn up nt any tiinu in nnyho4ly's room with some now story or choir-o pic-vo of vxcln- sivo gossip thnf hi- hns f.fIlfili'l'l'llll1lIIC'llVt'll knows wha-ro. 'Pho god BI0l'I'lIl'X hals nothing on hiin. When hm-'s nronnil work is out of tho IIIIOSHOII. nnll in spitu of your good iniontions v hiln onf, yon ond up in n iwo-hour Ill'f.flllllI'llt with him on Nlll'Illl'S 4-hnni-0 of shut'- . turing: tho 1'vco1'1l ngnin to-nnorrow. IIL-1'o's hop- ing he nvvor grows up. 41+ N mely Five gg +5 A Q..3LK5N Nw. X if RIPU MMR' J i i li' 1 ix-f ' -S but SAMVICL II. YOIIN .luly Lili, iflllil L2Allll'llSll'l', 1':l. Sammy fb K il': Varsity Fimtlmll 11.2.35 2 Varsity llnskvtlmll 412.5-lj, Uaiphlili-0l0l'f: Yalrsity Buss'- hzlll 11.23 : llhu-k Put Soriuty Mb: 1'1'vpnl'vrl all l.unmist4-r High School: KS. in Ev. Cuursv. llvlmhl tho pride of Lulivzlstvi'--tlmilgli Lun- valstvl' muy wa-ll ho proud of llllylllll! possvssim.: llllll' varsity lufrvrs ui' the 1-ml of thrcu y0lll'S vuinpaiigrning. Sunnny is nu llu-Ill'0l1llll stair, :xml with Illlllflllll' your of zu-tivo culnpotition ho- furo him, will :nhl to his Iuurols. He will cup- tuin tho halskvtlmll tvum next your. .lust ns Achillvs haul his hvvl. Sllllllllb' has his imwtzll spot. llis most loyal motor is not in lll0lllll0l' of thc' stmh-nt holly. Muyho thui's the X rvnsmi for his hrilliamt ln-rformainc-vs. ...Tw .wink ff 45 3 ' '2 , n ' F . ,f 'lffrf iz if fm r' 4 , wx I ' f fillli if IC ORIFIIAMME DVS Sophomores Molto Colors PALMA NON SINE PULVERE BLUE AND GOLD OFFICERS N inely Seven President: H. A. DEHAVEN Vice-President: W. B. LEHMAN Secretary: W. I. TROUTMAN Treasurer: P. H. LEINBACH Board of Control: J. N. LEINBACH Historian: K. D. LoNc.sDoRF Poet: C. E. DAvls STATISTICS Freshman Year Lost the Tie-up, 3-52 Won the Football Game, I0-0 Banquet at Stevens House, November Poverty Day, November I7, l923 Sophomore Year Won the Tug of War, 2-0 Lost the Pushball Contest Won the Football Came, 6-0 Won the Wrestling Meet, 21-5 Lost the Basketball Game, 8-34 Published Sophomore Calendar 5, i923 ...JW-4 Jw' 13" lEl.l"f5 qw, Cl WAR 'N-4343 ,- ,'I.i.2I4?,,, ' X if I 'xx . . .V , i' X . IVY .. ,. ' X .. : LQ lf- - A if -f .,g,x.?:,a,7,'pg1,f'5y.g,q,gg:e'5-.N, I iw . -' . ,. -"'--'f '1+'QE'--3:22.-:rf::?"fN7"'is iw-A M", ' ' n':':.-'ge ,. f - ,f ,fo .A W' 5 H-xvw N N A W Q. SOPHOMORES CLARK Glam' HARXIAN WITMEP. cmawz Lrcns Bmalxmclsn .LONGSDORF mim'oLET com. MEYER IIERR BINGEMAN KNEI-IDl.liR TAOMAS RICHOSE SURVIER HIGH BELUCSAK SIIUE EHRIIART LICIITENNVALNER DECIIANT DEARTH XOVAK BARLEY SCHAAK SLOBODA BERTA IIORNER MLINERT HAHN BERTOLET DRUCKENMILLER XV. LEXVIS MUMMA FORREST HATIIY KNEEDLER SXYOPE IIOSTERMAN SIIANK UREY STENYART KEITZEL BOMBERGER ALTHOUSE DOXVLING LEINBACII LEIBERMAN TROUTMAN LEIINIAN KAUFMAN EVANS SHOFF ZIMMERMAN JEFFRIIQS BISHOP DEIIAYICN KAISER XVEAVER IIAMAKER STEINER f X I l L Y Jnnius ll. Agnclli .lolm N. Althouse William D. Anclvs Alton W. Ilarlvy .lolm H. Ilasslcr Jolm I-I. livlnnvr .lolm J. Bolusrsalc Nivholas Iivrta Jolm II. Iiertolvt Harold A. Ilillry Josm-ph XV. Hlllfllllllllll William A. Bishop Uharlos llogzar Homm' .l. Bl'l'lllIll3.fQl' Ia-o P. Ilrophy James T. lim-kloy Harold J. Budd Josm-ph li. llyars Frank L. Clark, Jr. Clamlv Il. Uorl Uarmio L. Grm-itz Franc-is A. Dana f'lllllllll'0j' IC. Davis Almur S. Dofiliant NVilson li. D04'hanl' Harold A. Dollavcn Darius II. Dc-lho Parry T. Dolmarlu William I". Dc-Lom.: Eflwartl J. Donald Harry I". Dowling G4-orgv W. Drukunmiller Paul U. Ehrhart Stophvn B. Ewing Jam-oh H. Fvhl Jolm A. Focht Irvin N. Forrost llraynaril N. Frey K4-lnivth S. Frye Gilhurt 0. Gcih Alton P. GL-ry NValt0r E. Goss Willis I". Gill Thoodorc L. Glass liohort F. Groff Ninely Nine X' 'L CC ORIPU MMR' 7 W f Sophomore Class Josm-ph Guarc-1-llo William I". Ilalm .lolm L. Hamakvr Donald G. Hamilton Frank J. I-Iathy Daniol I. Hori- Harolfl S. High Paul V. Hoovor Uwvn T. Hornvr Goorgv M. I'IOSfl'l'lll2lll Laclislaus I'IlIllX2llli Uharlvs J. Jvffrios Walton' ll. Johnston Louis Kalassay Goorgu NV. Kvitvl .lamus R. Kollvr Klc-in 0. Kvnton Grmonmlo A. Kiolr Jay 1. Kncwllvr Roln-l'f G. Knvvlllvl' Thvoiloro M. li0l'll0l' .lam-oh l'. Krc-ally Mark lil. I',cl'l-vol' Willmr ll. Lohman .losvph N. IIOIIIDIICII l'al1l H. Loinhac-li William H. L1-wis Vharlvs K. Lil'llil'llXVllllll'l' Hi-rman S. l1il'Dl'l'lllIlll Uarl lf. Long.: Km-nm-Ill D. Longsilorl' Augustine J. Lowell. Jr. l"rocl0l'il-k IC. Lnvhs D4-an R. Mctiollougrln William M. Mc-Farlan Frank G. Mailo Gi-oi-gp U. Mvasv Uharlvs J. Mvvk Riolnarrl N. M4-inert Thomas XV. M1-llott John II. llh-ntzvr Marshall M. Menzies Ile-rln-rt G. Mayor Ramlall XV. Moyer Kryflor F. Miller I+'roclox-ick J. Moorchouse Roll llugh IG. Morrison Iliglvr II. Mamma .lolm T. N1-slinc Paul Il. Nissley Louis G. Novak Lloyd U. Piorsol Josm-ph R. Ram-lc Ric-hartl 1-I. Kolwrts Harry M. Rode Arthur IC. Rush ltivllarml H. Sailor l'harl0s M. Sanur Rolwrt F. Schaak Galon A. Scliaoffor Otto J. Svlniovlwli Jac-k A. Shincllc Ric-lmrrl H. Shopf Ilarvvy S. Slmu William H. S1011 Josoph Slohotla David l'. Somlors lflarl M. Stagrv Aloxanflm' T. Stvin Rolwrt G. Sioinor Rohort D. Stewart William li. Stockton llaymoml G. Strinc Donald S. Strom-hlu James M. Snrvvr .lohn ll. Swopv .lolm A. Taylor G4-orgo L. Thomas William Toth William I. Troiihmui Paul Il. Ulrich .lolm NV. Uroy ldalwarll A. Varni Jolm D. Wvavvr Stanlvy P. Wiki-r I4'l'0cl0rick E. lVilliams Uarl E. VVink0lhl0ch Iivnjamin M. Witmvr Thomas K. XV0l'tllllll.!i'0ll Thomas F. Zclmor r-uf A , . I xi .. i . I . rm, 'X wi, , will Ari.-l ' -i H l ,iw ff. 1 I Ili 0 I ' WW Ea , - - H , unhl I . X I iz". Iii if l'.,ifTl,nii,'1iE Ill all gil 1" IM i ,lii3fvi.,:Vi, iii T iw 'M , .i - , ....-l.i- ,Ai ,w1..i'... .f-,.,-. ,, ,,....i, Q.. i. ., X f K - xx: xx 9 X ,- . N? - FRESHMEN GROFF CONFEHR DOMBACH' MANTZ VARGA VOLLMER IIERCHELROTH EVANS ZIRIMERMAN BROXVN MILLER MEYER NESS SHOEMAKER COPPER KRILL BRIDENBAUGH ROTH BEALE BUFFINGTON CHAMBERLAIN STANTON FREEMAN XYINELAND BRIDENBAUGII ALBERTSON BINKLEY STRINE MUSSELMAN SMITH GRANAT SHEELEY LONG MINNICH SMITH SHAEFER SXVOPE REIGER EELS CIIARLES MOORE XVEAVER FAUST HENVITT KOTZEN KEHINI KEHM THONIAS NELSON KEENER BACHMAN GROSH BAIR DEISHER REED MOORE SMITH M. LEXVIS NVRIGHT NELSON LOCKEY BUCHER f X ' F M' IGORIPIIAMMEDl"'C"TA"--'C Freshmen Colors Malta NOT SELECTED NOT SELECTED OFFICERS President: M. A. LEWIS Vice-President: I. M. NELSON Sccrelary: Z. APPEL Treasurer: N. I-I. RUPP Board of Control: L. H. RUPP Historian: N. E. SMITH Poet: D. R. CHARLES STATISTICS Freshman Year Lost the Tug of War, 0-2 Won the Pushball Contest Lost the Football Game, 0-6 Lost the Wrestling Meet, 5-Zl Won the Basketball Game. 34-8 Banquet at Hotel Brunswick, December I6, 1924 S: 2' F I . e e I ee One Hundred one gp, , lk .4 us me K X CC ORIPL' MME' J Freshmen Class Roll v X' I S. IJ. Ahhett A. '17, Dixon, Jr. .l. W. Keylor G. W. Sclnu-il'er U. IG. Aoheson J. T. Doinlmvh S. Kleinert I'. A. Schmidt ID. II. Albertson II. M. I':i'Ilfl'l'IlIl0h S. Kolesar U. Scoppettone .l. R. Anderson H. G. Eells J. S. Kotzen G. R. Shaetfer J. IJ. Andrews F. IS. ESIIOIIINIII U. W. G. Krill .I. R. Shank IC. K. AllH'Sf!Ult M. R. Evans 'l'. U. Knnkle W. Ifl. Sheely J. Z. Appel R. V. EVIIIIS H. K. Lane N. 111. Shoemaker Charles Buchnnln W. IC. Everett I'. G. Lane W. IJ. Shoif L. R. Baclnnnn J. I'. I+'nrkns IC. Lanck II. J. Smith J. Il. Backenstose F. R. Faust H. Leathery J. II. Smith U. NV. Bair W. W. Feugzley L. L4-ihy N. IC. Smith A. L. BI.ll'IlIlIll't l'. XV. Felker A. Lewis T. Ii. Smith 0. N. Barr R. F. M. Fisher D. Lockey M. Ifl. Spangler G. A. Bnver Carl Freeman D. Lon:-I U. L. Spitz Ii. R. Beale I. E. George L. Low E. V. Stanton 11. W. Rertolet L. Glnck XV. Lowell G V. Stanfl'er IC. R. Hinkley J. R. Goetz XV. J. Meffolnh II. G. Stetler W. Black R. M. Grannt H. McManus L. N. Stoner J. Bohorad R. S. Groff K. Malcolm U. W. Strine F. IC. Ii0lIlil0l'1.Il'l' J. XV. Grosh G. Mantz U. I-I. Sullivan C. S. I5I'IG0llbIIllgh 1-I. IJ. Ielan-tnnin N. Martin J. H. Swope XV. H. Bl'id0llhl1llgh A. S. I-Ieller S. Martin K. G. Thomas XV. M. Hrish J. H. HC1'C'llf'll'fJfil S. Miller E. F. Trippe S. F. Brown R. A. Herr N. Minnich W. L. Troop R. S. Brnmier R. W. R. Herr C. Moore S. Varga I-I. V. Bucher W. F. Hewitt C. Moore R. G. Vollmer G. NV. Huffington U. G. Hicks R. Mnsselnmn I. G. Wagner J. Bynon D. P. Higlihei-gel' C. Myers S. T. Wagner D. WV. Gunn U. H. Houghton E. Nelson R. II. XValker F. G. Uxlstiglial C. E. Householder Jr M. Nelson F. K. Washick - E. L. Ganm H. E. Hubble C. Ness M. H. IVuy R. L. Chamberlin D. S. Hursh R. Owens IC. G. Weaver D. R. Clmrles R. IG. Hutter Puletz I'. S. Weaver T. I. Child J. M. Johnson G. Pennypncker lf. IG. Whetstone R. R. Cohle I.. Kaiser H. Rank J . L. Winelanfl H. L. Coleman L. Katchen J. Reed U. H. XVingert H. W. Confeln' II. N. Kaufman L. Reever II. L. Wolf J. A. Cooper S. F. Keener V. Ritner J. S. Wright Ii. D. Cooper C. H. Kehm E. Roth A. F. Wysoeki S. D. Cooper J. P. Kelnn H. Rupp I. II. Yoder J. R. Del-Iaven E. A. Kell H. Rupp II. Zimetbanm -,,.m,.Q.,,Ij.,,,DeifglieggTT, H. A. Kelly Daniel Van Sehneht II. 0. Zimmerman F N N f-. -1 f , 1 I f I ' , .. .,....,. '. . One Hundred Two " -i w , S x x l CCIQB1Pi!XlVlMIf5fl BOOK III Activities OIZIPL'AMMEDj5a' M Grgqnizqiions QQb X X " - ----My L ' ll' " ' 4,l,'W',! 'T A.wxkxw.x:.f41' . - s. V ,X 'ff IW 'H ,.,,,,.,,,,,7r ' 'f ' ZH!! I f W 4 X 1 S. X. ...f 67' IP SQ 4 ffffdf- t f 'N M77 'E Sl gf In f x X-E--"M ff +W u' "CGo1z1121: MMDB 1 V. FAUST WILIIURN HUTII IIONAMAN NICSIJNIC BUTZ IIIXIIJI-INBAUGII ZIPLINSKY Ii0'I'IIl'Il'IMl'1I, SCIIICFIFICIK GICl'ISl'IY I'IYS'l'I'1H L. I"AvUS'I' IC. M. Ilmmlualu J. E. Gun-soy G. S. Ruth 0. II. Wulhuru S. II. Titus V. IR. Faust W " " Yliiwffh " 4 T YE ZC2?Zff FQRMQQS l E A . X Q ' .L ' .2 I . . I. . . I IQ . 4:'??"' 1.1 f V'13f1.I Q? 4.1. '7?ff'Hsf'a I.1Fi,.fI,f?iQ-ma.. .1?T4:i1:::4...f:sl. iffy. i':.f,Zfxff If 1 .1 tudent enate I'1'1-xiflvnt: J. E. GICICSICX' l'ir1'-I'rr'xi1lr'nI: II. I". Zu-LINSKY 'Nlfl'I'f'f1ll'll.' Ii. W. Scelllfzl-'luclz 7'rmsur1'r.' F. Il. I'IYs'l'l-:lc A MEM HIGHS IC. H. F F I I. 1. 1. II. J. T. Nnsliuc P. nI'Id0IIlIIlIIHIl S. Butz Deli Rotlwrnwl D. Eysfcr IV. ScIw!'l'v1r Y. Faust II. II. Noss One Hundred Four -G 1. x"i" "i4 '4 W'Q OR1PU MMHD CRAGIN ROTIll5liMI'IL GARRIGUICS L. FAUST 'VRUXAL GIQRBHR SCHEFFICR BROWN Illl.l. HONAMAN GIEICSICY IIAUCK. Black Pyramid SENIOR IIONURARY SOUITY l'r1-xialcnt: E. M. I'IoN,uu.xN lf"if-c-.l'1'cf.wirlvnt.' J. E. GlCl'ISl'IY Sm:1'ctm'y-'I'1'caxln'r:r.' T. L. HILL INIEMHERS J. C. Truxnl S. M. Ihmck F. In-P. 1'UlHN'l'lll0l F. S. Gm'hu1r R, XV. Sc-hviTo1' P. D. Cragin GQ-01110 lkmwn T.. Y. Faust E. ll. Gul'l'i,-2: x' fl X Q X XXX K x F 1. CQORIPLQSMME' J ' f BISHOP SCIINI'Il'll3lCLI IIORNICIZ LEWIS DICIIAVICN LICIIMAN LEINBACII .IICFITHIICS DOWLTNG GLASS S'I'R0l'IBLl'I RUSH DONALD Black Cat SK BPH! 1311 DR IC H4 INK DRA li Y SOC l ICTY H. A. l7cI'Iuvc-n C. J. .Tc-t1'rivs E. J. Iltllllllll WV. Imlllllllll l'1'1'xi1lmrf: 'l'. IJ. GLASS I Ill I nw! vm-r1'l11r',lf: II. F. ITOWLING "- ' ' '. ' fnf: ll. S. S'l'lc0lf:n 'l'r1'usurw'.' A. E. Rusui MEM HIGHS O. T. Ilorncr Lb. J. N. Loinhnch W. H. Lewis 0. J. Svllncef-Deli W. A. Bishop One Hundred Six ir - ' KG IZIPIIAMME' J f WOLFORD KLOPP PILGISHT SCIIOLTON NIOUNTZ VANDEVERE PROF. CIIARLIQS PHOF. MAYSICR DR. KRICSGIC LEARN lIUI'l'l'IR IVHCYICR PROP. 'VRUXAL IVIUNSON BALCII LONG Iililili KRINICR DR. DIl'PlCl.l. I k quare an ompass uh 9 d C Cl Jllotlo l'I!UMITI.HAR1'I UULI.l'lllIIIM NUS'l'liI7M AD IUKATIRIGS NOSTROS Ill- ol' H. R. Ba11'1lch 1'1-nf. R. L. 1111111- D1 IM IM II. J. U. H. 1'. J. U, D. R. P. .T. los V. NV. llippvll H. M. J. KI4-in E. IG. KN-sgu 1 FRJVI' RES IN FA! TUL'l'AT1'l Prof. Pro! P. N. Lal l'1'ui'. U. XV. M ndis '. NV. F. Long nysvr l'1'uf. .L A. liotlwrnwl l'roi'. A. G. Truxnl I'l'0l'. II. ll. XVQIIUI' l"RA'l'li IGS IN SEM I NARI1 I F. Boyer W. II. Lum.: A. Campbell F. D. Slifer J. H.. Stein I"RA'lfIlICS IN M'ADICMTA 1' Rallvh G. L. Lvurll J. Budd IJ. IC. Maulicru IC. Hlll'klIOl11l'lf J. A. Mountz L. Crosson S. E. Munson H. 1'I0lldCl'SOII W. M. Myers I. Herr II. G. Pilgcrt E. Huttcr G. F. Rehn. D Klopp N. F. Sclmltou R.K1'ine1' IG. G. Wo R. S. Vnndevurc -gg .4 One Hundred Seven 4553: "--2 'fe Q 1 . -rr Q . 21 . ' Kin ' .gg A u In :fr-.. .4555 . in- ' 4 'gk If ' -' ' 515' - 4 f 1Go1z1P1:AMMn'J f F. FAUST KIEIIM SHAMAN LUCIIS N. RUPI' SI,0NAKl'2II CIIl'II,I'II7I'IN IXfIII.I.I'III NICSLINIC NOSS SCIIICNCK IXI. LEWIS I.I'ISIII'lIi PIIOF. I.IIVIBIClI'I' V. l"AlIS'I' IX'Im'COMI3 Y. M. C. A. Cabinet l'r1'.vialr'ul: V. II. I".xus'l' I u'r'-I'rr'sirlr'nl: I' A. K Nw-r1'lrrv'y1.' .l. N. I.r:lNlmulI 'f'l'1'lISIll'1'I'.' II. A. I 1 sm Il - I . A DI '. 1'UMMI'l"l'I'II'lS l'm:fm'wurc A. S. lfl'I'I'. UIIIIIVIIIIIII II. IG. SOIIIIIZIII II. IJ. Scott W. I. TI'0III'IIIIlll l'lu'i.vIiun. IVo1'lfl Mlfllfllffflllf W. Toth, lflnuiruum U. II. Kchm .I. P. Kc-hm l YKICI. 1Ii.wf11x.eio11 w I+. IG. Luchs, UIIIIIVIIIUII II. 0. Sc-ott II. F. Ilmvling lioyx Club YV. H. IA-wis, Ulmir1m11l .I. P. Schenk I". II. Faust A. S. Twomhly I'IIIIl IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIW III... ......... am.. mff. f'lIll l'r' ll. lx'1'lIlfi0H.Q1li1JR 1 W WW 1 11-- ill-UIIIDI' W. lr. L 4111 g, mm-nmn m W1 one Hundred Eight .I Jr np -Q-W mm: Mmm it " Y. M. C. . Facts Worth While Tho following: llll'll nro tho ollioors of tho llll'l'NlllllIlll CIlllllltEiZ1 1'l'l'Sltll'lll, W. J. Mc-tjoinll: vil'l'-1'l'0Hlll0lli', M. A. llowis: St't'l't'fIlI'X, J. l'. Kolnn. Tl1is now axuxiliury to our cullinot pluoos 0110 nmn o11 ouch t'O1llllllli'00. For ton wooks discussion j,Zl'0llllN woro hold for l4ll'0Slllllt'll. Topios of lllllbtllflllllfll to froslnnon woro tlisoussoll. Tl1o 2lVl'l'llj.f0 2li'ft'lllllllll'l' por wook wus 30. At louslz 100 sliffor- ont porsons woro 1'l'IlCll0Il i11 tl1is lllllllllt'l' xliiring tho ton wooks. A Tho Uollogo "Y" wus l'0111'0St'l1h'tl nl. tho following l'tllll'0I't'llt'l'S lluring tho oust your: Tho Stuflont Voluntoor l'onforonoo for I+1a1storn l,0llIlSXlV2llll!l und Now Jlorsoy, Stuto Olf- lioors Training fl0Ilf0l't'llt'0, Now Ellgltlllll Illltl Mimlcllo Atlnntic Stntos fl0lll!0l'0llt'l'. Silvor Buy. Tho looul onlminot holll ll two fluy Pllllllllllg' fl0llf0l'0llC0 ut Sluok Wutior. Six stun dents und Iivo 1ll'0i't'SS01'S uttonfloel tl1is lll0t'flllI.l'. Tho 0lli'Sflllltllll2' Spoukor of tho your, Dr. 111. Ruy Potty. ouusod negro lloys' Ululns to ho fornioil. Ono llIllltll'0tl nogro boys ol? South ldlIlQ'llSfl'1' woro givon at l'0t'0liiTl0ll unil thon llividod into four clubs. Tl1o "XT" tl1is your hus plawoml one nionilmor o11 tho stuclont llillltllllll 4-ounoil. Tl1is porson is ulso 1'l't'Sltll'lli1 of tho Mimlrllo Atlumzio Stutos tlounoil. ulso 1'1'osixlo11t of tho Illust- orn 1'o1111sylv1111in Uounoil. Tho 1ll0lllll0l' is tho looul 1'1'l'Slll0lll1. Thon too tho 1"uc:111l'y zulvisor Mr. P. M. lAllllllL'l't is at moiulnor of tho Gonorul Nu- tionul Council und Ulmii-1111111 of ll C0lllllIltl'l'0 i11 tho Iloiuo Sorvioo llllllllllllltlllt. Over the wook-onrl of Many 1, 2 :incl 3, tho F. und M. Uollogo Y. M. tl. A. l'llit'l'llllll0ll l'01ll'0S0lltlll'lVt'S of lllillly l'o1111syl1':111ia1 vollogos in Gootln-:ui llull. whoro tho tl1irty-l'ou1't'l1 nnnunl 1'o1111sylva111i:1 Stuflont' l'onforonoo wus hold. Uno liuinlroml ilologntos from twonty- six schools und oollogos woro prosoin. The 1Jl'Of.1'l'2llll wus vnriocl und lllft'l'l'NllllJ.1'. Un Fricluy l'Vt'lllllf.'L'. Mny 1. Dr. E. 111. Krosgo. of tho oollogo fnculty, sont: out at olinllongo to tho 1'l'llllNXlV2llllIl llll'll in his Iltltll'4'NS of NV0lC0llll', !lSlilllf.2' lnon to livo sooinlly l'or l'l11'ist. Profossor llllbSt'lllllllll ol' l.ol1igl1 point- oil out tl1o pits i11 NVllll'll oollogo lll0ll fountl i'lll'lllNl'lVOS, :intl tho lrrokqon IIlt'll rosulting. llis quostion "Gun the Y justify itsolf by ligl1ting those diilimlltios o11 Il t'2llll1lllS'f', stnrtoml ull lll0ll fllllllilllg. S1llTlll'tl2ly lll0l'lllllQ' und lll.l'l'l'llU0ll found M. T. Stnuffor. U. 0. NV1'igl111. unrl W. II. Linkor giving.: tho llll'll infornlaltion 011 tho inuny tlt'1l1ll'tlllUl1lS of tho HY." Sllflll'lllly ovon- ing' NV. XV. NVoo1l. Stuto '10, oouoh of footlmll nt Gotl'ysl1111'g Uollogo nnrl "Y" St't'l'Oflll'Y. lotl i11 tho 1lovot1io11s. Ii. M. Millor lotl 11. usunl oulminot 1ll4'0i'lll1.I :incl XV. II. l1lllkl'1' loil nn idoul fuhinot niootingz luinging out tlu uuious 1l0D?lli'lll0lll'N ind thoii functions on 1 locu CIIINDIIS. Sunrluy morning saw tho oloso of tho C0lll!t'l'l'llt'l', tl1o sulll V V ul lnr - Q - ' 'l' f XV. l. 'l"1'o l'lll' ll nntl ll. Ill. S11 lil 1. lloth of l L , M gmlx to tlu uoi X o ll .1 'Ill 1 One Hundred Nine f . 1- 1- . I A CG RIPL' MMP:-D .-. 5 rv l.l'ISIll'IH MOUI. V. FAUST CRl'll'I'Z KIQIKR lDl'IMAll'l'INO SCIIIENCK CIll'Il.l'1IJI'IN N058 S L. 1"AUS'l' 'l'l'l'US DH. IiI.I'IlN I'lYS'I'l'1li ZIP! INSlxX Post-Prandial Club l'1-1-xirIrnl.' If. lb. l+2vs'l'1':la Nl'1'l'l'IIII'4Il-'!'l'l'1lSlll'l'l'.' V. IL l"AlvH'l' l"ru'ully .'l1fl7fNUl'.' lm. II. M.. .l. Kl.1':lN M l'IMl!ICliS G. A. f'l'l'it.Z IC. T. Mcml A. N. UIIUINIOII W. Toth J. P. Sullvlwk A. S. Kon' X ,. , L. Y. Faust A g A l,'l'l'l RN .vrlcs A x - 'f 'NY R, lfnsm X 011.5 ' ,QF-K2 Z !!! :sl ff, ,C X 7 7 A I ' f -nj fm , ., . 'A ffm A ' M 3 II. II. ll. Noss J. lf. Truxzll J. R. Stivin 11. Miller II. F. Zipliusiq R. A. Lvsllul' IC. lliglnlrwgvr J, . . -fl' I I 1 A 1 is .rl 'K ' ' - .lf .f W! "' fi mm 1, One Hundred Ten 5 lid' -'ff . ,. 4, ' A' 1:51 'z v m'M'M1CO1ZIFII Mmm f Thomas C. Porter Scientiiic Society FOUNDED 1910 olvmcmns l'l'U8'illC1lflJ L. Y. F.xUs'1' Vir'c-I'1'csiflcnl.' G. N. Twmllxm' Nm-1'c'l1u'y: G. H. NVILHON Tl'Ull8lll'!fl'.' 111. ll. Wlmwl-:lc FAC 7ULTY M ICM ISERS Dr. Mitchvll Cll1'l'0u Prof. R. L. Clmrlos 1'1'0f. 1-I, H. Bock Dr. R. 11. Sturgis 1'1'o1'. NV. N. xv0iSg1'l'll0l' 1'1'0l'. NV. L. lmllg A13'1'lYl'1 M ICMIHC RS G. A. Iiuvvr N. J. Kirk R. .l. t'cmm-ll IG. R. W1-alvm-1' G. IT. Wilson A. M. XVHLZIIPI' L. Y. Faust: U. W. Willouprlmlny R. N. Mcinvrl. II. U. Mm-luring.: J. A. FIllll'k IG. lIi1.Z'lllK'l'g0l' A. S. Twomhly M. U. Ilollallld G. II. Twolnhly ASS0l'lA'l7lC MIGMISICRS J. Z. Appul L. R. Hlllfhlllllll N. E. Smith L. II. Rupp D. R, Cllurlvs N. II. Rupp U. G. Hicks 0" 4 443 is .W J xx . f 4 ff -- ' 'L One Hundred Eleven L"'5'f" j? " -A .LJ 7, .if' ' JW zime, -W Q 9 u 0 r I i CC RIPL MMD? KOMJATIIY KALASSAY LOCKICY IIATIIY LICNVIS BI'IlK'l'A HOGAN Kl'ICSKi'IlN'll'1'l'Y NOVAK HUNYAIPI SZAHO IIADY 'I'0'l'll ADUHJAN SZLOBOIDA l3l'1SSl'2Ml'2li PHUIV. 'I'0'I'll IIUSPODAIK KHICSS VARGA Bl'1I,UCSAK NOVAK 'l'0'l'll I'AI'l' H ilngarian 'Ludents hAI'lI'IIl'INYl liI'l'l'IIiAIiY SOUlI'l'l'Y Dl'l'l'Ill,lCN UlRi'Ll'I Irv.vi4If'nl: Louis Ii.xiA:-msn' K iw'-l'f'fwi1I1'::l.' ANTAI, Smno 5l'4'l'!'flIl'jl.' Al.l'IXANIlI'IR 1'.u'l' 'I I'ClL8Il'l'!fl'.' M. A. In-:wus MICMHICRS AUADICMY .losm-ph Koi-slcvim-lily Louis Novuk, Jr. COT.l,I'lGifl xvilliillll Adlllfillll Nivliolns l:l'I'l3l I"rzuik Iluiihy Louis Kulnssny Michzu-l Lewis Louis Novuk Josa-ph Slolrodu Sigisinund NVurg.:u SEMINARY Stvplion 1ioszo1'1nonyi Antnl Szabo 1'rc.vifl1'nl: S'1'i-zvliicx iloszouxii-:NYI i'ir-1'-I'1'a-,wialvnl.' ANTAI. Smno N1'w'1'lrlf'y.' SIGISRIITNII NVARGA 'l'rfru.v1l1'w'.' Wll.i.mx1 T0'1'll Uornoll Kibllljilflly AIOXIIIIGOI' Toth .lolm lic-lllswik Uliurlvs Hogan' IAIUHNIIIIIH Ilmlymli .hum-s Km-ss Sivplloii Loc-key Alvxzlmlvi' Vamp William Toth Alhm-rii Handy In-v. Hzlluzu Hospodau' One Hundred Twelve - o1z1P1:AMMP:' 3' e' F THOMAS ECI-ITERNACH UREY STOBER ANGLE FUNCK IJONAGIIY DIQIIAVIQN ll0llNl'2li Red Head Club FUUNIIIGD 15121 I'ra'.vi1I4'nl.' 'IL J. ITONAGIIY I'iw'-I'1'a'xi:lf'1:l.' II. A. D1-:lI.u'1-:N Nw-rrqlurgur .l. A. ,l1'UNuK 'l'1'r'1mln-vr: W. J. A Numa X ' Mmllalclcs J. N. Althouse ,IL H. Alllllllllil II. M. ECllt0l'll!1Cll C. P. Stobcr 0. T. I'IOl'll01' K. U. Tlloums J. NV. Ul'0y One Hundred Thirteen ,Z X Comm: MMP:- Press Club l'rr'x-i1l0n!: J. N. I.mN1mc1r I'il7C-l'I'CNfliC1li.' L. K. M1LI.nn S!flfI'0fIiI'Il-7Il'f?!l8lIl'!'I'i W. I. TIEOUTMAN If'rn,-ulfy A1l1:i.vcr: Rlcv. R. J. I'n.GnAxr MEMBERS J. H. Bertolet D. E. George L. K. Miller H. A. Statler W. H. Mnntz XV. E. Evc1'ct.t J. N. Leinbnch G. A. Robb NV. I. Troutunln R. D. Stownrt R. V. Evans E. I'. I4l'IlIOIlIDllllgIl F. E. Luchs J. T. Nesline H. S. Butz This your the nonrly extinct' I'1'1-ss Ulnh wus tnkvn in hnnd hy thu fnvnlty, and under the din-4-tioli of tho college Sl'4.'l'0flll'y. Rev. R. J. I"l was vstnblisln-rl. Each lll0lllII0l' is tho 00l'l'0SlI0lllIl'llt for n cortuil trihntiun of vollogv nows is IIUCUIIIIJIISIIUKI. Such nn organization to Frnnklin und Mnrshnll. F. 8: IIC. PLANS BIG BUILDING CAMPAIGN Alumni Will Assist With Program Now Under Way L2lIll'2ISI'0l', Pu.--New plains for n wnnpruln-nsivu hnilding p1'og.:1'n111 nt I"1'1lIlIiIIll nnfl Mzlrslnlll C0114-go, in- 4'I'l'2ISIll1.'I thu scope of the collvgo :und v11I:u1'::inp: its l'nc'iIifi0s. XVith the equipment more than doubled. 1 gmnn, an ofiicivnt news service 1 pnpur, und Il wide dis- is of incsthnublc vnluc One Hundred Fourteen X 1 f 1' CCOIZIPL' Mmm 1 ' RAUB KlCI'I'liL DAVIS NVICAVIGH KOTZISN IlA'l'llY BRIIJICNBAUGII HARP SICAMAN NOVAK HIHIIJENIZALIGII ACIIICNSON IIICIYIIXIIG NUIINTZ 'l'. SMl'1'Il The College Band lQc1ulc1': R. II. Ilmu HG .'l.v.vi.wlu1vl Imrzzlvl' um! Jlunr1y1'r.' Il. IZ. N1-:Muxu Uorncfs 'f'l'0Ill1l0lll?N li. ll. llm-lnlnig II. A. K1-lla-y R. li N02ll'illLI R. NV. Moyers J. A. RIUIIIILZ G. W. K1-il.ol T. H Yoder 11. 1'. IIi1':l1lwrg.:01' Nmrnpllnvmx R. V. Evans 4'. S. 'Ih-islr-nlmllgll W. 14' Hewitt II. E. Svzunnn T. IR. Smith I1. V. Mvyul' AMOS P. S. NV011vc1' Ulfm'i11ct,1' , , A 1 1 f F. B. Holdridgc G. A.,l46l11'K! X ,X F. VJ. Huthey W. IL V1-id mlmugl ,QM ' , -' Bass Drums X 1-1. .1 Budd A. Mfw muy 'QM C. E. Davis C. E. A ehcson Q Nb 1 Baritone Ullnibalsf X0 - f X L. G. Novak One Hundred Fiflccn 'G.1 r.1y1if - XX . f -Lai, J ff f 1' Q ICORIFUAMME DD ' 1G012IPL'AMMEDD Music and Dramahcc ., 0? Y'o X, txxtxsg ,x xl!! iffy. ,. M JI ytuly 'N 1:-:I-sf, I 1 ' 1, EE! LJ U 'JJ -ff' 'ff' A -.., nf, I rl M5557 ' . l 4 'MW bw 7' , I U" Q as I 1 X' f,' 7 "'h ---Q 2 Q Z Y - Ania ? Y- F: ? "g ' if V ' ' -w.p.Kixnf.s 5?-1 L,1.-i....---- ,,l...1-1 . .a........ ff x 0 Y ' f IC IZIPL MMR 1 ' -- M0111, 'l'AY1,0li IIONOMAN 110'1'l1l'II1MI'll. TRUXAI. Green Room Club I'1'11xi1I1111l: F, 111112 li11'1'111c11x11f11. I'i1'1'-l'1'11.vi1l1'11l: 111. M. 1111N,x11AN 'Nl'1'I'l'fllI'jf.' V. 11. F.x11s'1' J1l'u11.11g111': J. U. Tlcuxu. P11111-ll: 1111. 1'. N. 11AN111s 111. T. 310111 4 .'11:.vi,wI1l11l J1l1l111l.1f1e1's J. R. 'l!y111's ' 11. R. 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A "' --" I I u ' ,...'r--'11,..f1..- r -.,,,,...,,,.----.n--f 1'1111s11 111 11x1s1i 1111111111s11 111' 111111: 11l' 1111w 111111111, 11: wus 1111- ",'l'1'11 '1'101'11 11311 1 1111y 111111 1'11ff '11 l'111' 11111 111111 if' ' ' 1 ' f X ' : :S I7 1 .. K M"CCO1?.IPL' MMR-1 ee M 1 The Importance of Being Earnest OSCAR WILDE l'l!I'ISlCNTl'lIJ AT MARTIN AUIHTORIUM. MAY 7, 1925 By THE GREEN ROOM CLUB John Worthing, J. P. .. Algvrnml DI0llC'l'i0ff . . . . . . Grist of fZ'l:m'acf0r.s R1-v. Canon Ulmsuhle, D.D. lI0l'l'illl2lll Qllutlvrl Luuo fDI!lllSl'l'Vllllt, , .. Lnlly lfl'lll'kll0ll ......... lion. Gwomlolon Fllil'fllX Cecily fiawdvw .. . . . . . . .. Miss Prism fGOV0l'lIONSj . One Hundred Nmeleen .J. N. Lcinbach. ...In D. Jalkut . . . ..fl. S. Kerr . . . .F. E. Luchs ...I". A. Dana . . . . .B. G. Ecllx .....I'. S. TVedfvvr . .W. A. Bishop .....R. D. Gramlt ie -iv M WlIl""" Q 1 . fi, , 1 i . 'F L N rv?--H Q - W 1 V--V-Y I Y ' I - 1 RIPL MMEJ ANDERSON MOUNTZ lVll'1N'l'Zl'lR CLARK 'VAYLOR IDICIIAVICN BASSLICR FRYIC IIIGMMIG RODIC l.IGll'l'l'INWAl.Nl'IR DONALD IJHISNNICN GROFF ANGS'I'AD'l' IIICNR MANTZ SCUl'l'A'l'ONI'1 DIl.I.l'IR SMOKE!! FRIIES KOIILICR IHNKl.l'IY SCIIIVIIIYI' l!lVl'Z SIIICNK NVIICANIJ IIAIYCK MUNI. IXHICNNICMAN w lurl Hc1.'1'1rlrn'!f.' W. AUSTIN IZISIHW lf'ir.9t Tzznm' Willium II. S1-Innidtz Ilumlll S. Butz lisnlph H. I'lc-mmig.: W. Austin liislmp E. K. AllQ'Ht'2l11lI IG. R. Biuklvy 'Nrrrfnml 'l'f'nnl' Ii. T. M0111 NV. J. IH'UllIll'll IG. J. Dnllalltl J. II. Dll!lltZ0l,' II. M. Rollo Glee Club I'r1f.viflm:f: SAM U1-:L M. II.xUc:K " ' '- '1'w.wi1Ifru1.' l+I1m'A1m ll. Sxmlclclc .l.rfrnIcrr.' II. l':UGICNI'I AVIICANID ,1lam1yz'r.' l'I.AY'l'0N K. SIIICNK .-lf'r'on1prl,uixf: I". L.xM.uc tfmlclc 1v'ir.vl Iirlss f. K. SIM-nk . M. IIIIIIUK Il. R. Talylol' 1'. II. l5l'0Illl0Illllll G. II. Kohler H. A. 1101 IllVl'll Scrzoml Hass J. A. Mmmtz . H. SIIIOKCIT Ilnsslor J. 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' ' ' . 1-x FLW59 Nt f ' 'tCOON', QUARTETTE KOMIC QKARTETTE SCHNIIDT RODE KOH LER SMOKER Radio Concert, Station XVGAL XVest Lanxpeter, Pa. Cllll1'Cllt0Wll. Pa. Pottstown, Pa. Sellersville, Pa. Harrisburg. Pa. Allentown, Pa. Reading, Pa. Sllamokin, Pa. Tamaqua, Pa. GLEE CLUB Concerts Season 1 924-'25 XVIEAND DRENNEN HAUCK LICHTEXXN ALXILR TAYLOR KOH LER XVetherly. Pa. Schuylkill Haven, Pa. Lititz, Pa. Millersville. Pa. Eplirata. Pa. Lancaster. Pa. Columbia, Pa. Swedesboro. N. Radio. Station Lansdale, Pa. J. XVIP, Phila f X 'CG 01z1PL'AMMED5 Publicqiiorxf' p w u ,ful fm ,www Q-VQQ' X ff V xx X LH i W" R uv E, j H, X I I I H fx X U V' lfvw' A X M V 3 g X ff if 3331 f MX N NX fl 5 QI QX R 2 N' ' we R f u , NQ ying-f A X - 'Ill I W nil? Q f NX . "- Sy L 5: X W" -I - . ' J ' "'CORI'EL'AMME' ' KIQNDIG IXOIIRICR KHICBS WILEY IJCSIIICR GHHIIARD BIC! IRICNS KICHR ICNSOR SLONAKICR IQSIILICMAN HOHIKBACII SCIIAEFFER Oriflamme Staff Hrlilm'-in-!Yllir'f 1'u.x1u.l-:s li. l'1SllI.l'IMAN, . lIu.wirm.v.v Jlrlurnyw' AN.vi.vlunl lfllxinruwc JlIlIlll1l!'l'-9 Il.xlmI,n D. Sulluzl-'I-'11:lc liluvl' A. HI':lrlu4:Ns Ilmclcx' U. IUCNIHG 11'n,xNK P. Klucns f-QQ XA, fs X f X ii! v f Qu' 'G PX X XQSQ h off' Jr I 5 his ' X , N-,l x XX. .-lsmrzrfifzlff la'flilm'.9 IIL RICGINALI! ICNSOR Ir. IUIHI-lI1fi'lI'!l ldclilm' liI'1NNl'I'l'II' L. Rolllmmvll NVILHUR E. S1,oN,xKlcl: IGnwA1m E. ROIIRICIC Rom-Iwi' L. GICRIIARD . RAl.1'H A. TACHIIICR Axmucw M. XVILEY One Hundred Twenty Four X x E Ji " ' "M 4 CC RIPII MMR? 4' SClINl'1ICI3I'lLI BISHOP I.0NGSIJORl" S'l'0CK'I'0N IlIGlllll'lliGl'2H KHRH LICINIRACII l.lICll'u l3l'lH'l'0LIi'I' 'FROUTMAN 'l'I'l'US ZIMMl'1HlXf1AN IilICKl,I'2Y WIEAVICR IIAMAKI Ii WAGNEH NICVIN THUXAI. LARK SLAUGII L"t11d.e.nt Weekly Staff .lluurlyfiuy Efliim' Illrull W. Nl-:VIN M.l'f'llfIH!l1' lqllillll' lflmll-:lc lfllullmznurzlc. .l1'. .IUIIN ll. NVmv1-:lc Wll.1.1AM I. Tll0l!'l'KIAN K1-:N N I-:'ru IJ. Lowa:-uxolcl-' .lol I N H. BI'IIC'l'0I.l'I'I' IG1lilm'--in-l'l:i1'f .lollN U. 'l'lurxAl. l'ul!1unn:i.wl Al.lil'III'l' S. limi: .'lNNIl1'ill'fl71I .Yr'H'x Nflilul s A'f'w.w Nalilm' I-Illxxln' W. Iuxmc S'pu1'l.v Ifllillll' U'r'r0 .l. SUllNl'II'2lH'1I,l .lollzv I.. llAM.xlu1:lc Ill':uN.x1m M. ZlMul4:1m.xN ' Iosmlwl N. IACINISAUII' XVILLTAM R. S'l'ouli'l'uN !'onlri!1ulin1l Idrlilm' W .'- "Y x S. Iloxmnn Tl'l'l'Us, '25 . l ' N . Wvoeiludena X lluxmffxs .lluurlgrcr 51 H M I X ,,,...- ,... I'I1':lc1al':n'1' ll. SLAUGII, '26 1"-'Wh X .elssisluul Blfxiwlfws Lllufnaycl's '7""'W""" ! W. AUSTIN Rlsuor, '27 JAMES T. Bur I' j x FIHCIJ LUCIIS, '27 A offvfvr' M87 f-51121 Z' One Hundred Twenty Five X X X i, h ia CCOIZIPL' MMR' 7 f 'o IIAMAKISR IDOWLING DHI IAVICN S'1'l:1WAR'l' ANDICS LICINHACII SCIIINDLIE Sophomore Calendar Staff 1- ',- . hlflffll'-Ill-ffll1'f.' .loslcvll N. I,l':1Nn.xc:ll .'!.-rxixlanl ,9'IHffIl'.' llAmcY lf. lbowuxu l!u.win1'.v.v ,Il'llIlIl!1!'l'.'JOHN L. lIAx1A1c1':lc .'lssi.vfunI lfllsilnws .lIr1m1y1'ri.l,wK A. SIIINIJLIC ,-irl ldrlilrux' Wll.m.u1 D. Awnrc:-s ivfunl ,lrl Ifrlilor: ROISICIVI' D. S'1'l':wA1c'L' K lass Pl'U8illCHff.' PIAROLD A. DEEIAVEN' 'N L,.J-'-'1-'--"'4 W M. FB One Hundred Twenty Six ,',. -"5 2 x W Av- r fx CPsLCND'2cN 5 H dw 5571, Q ,, 0 Y A-L X f E, """"" "A ' " CCORIPUAMMEDY I xx X x X fffffff nk Xxfgf ' NA. ..l lll'll Ill llIIIIIILIL. . f ' My WW, WW ' 4 f ,Wlll,0lj,Wl WI ' , Ill, lu W WI' W W J' Q WWI' Z li!!I 'I X f X 7 W I ,K XX. fl ' If XX f -I' - C, gi I4 2:11 FX ,2 .,g,-4y,..,M,.-f, I ' WWKN . I w H V A .- X X.. .- fi CCORIPL' MMD? F f Debating TI-IE sEAsoN Renewed interest in debating is the outstanding feature of the i924-25 de- bating season. Of the twelve men who composed last year's squad, six returned. to col- lege, which formed a splendid nucleus for the team this year. When the call for de- bating candidates was issued forty men responded, from whom twelve men were chosen to constitute the varsity teams. The season opened Friday evening, December 5, in the annual triangular de- bate with Bucknell University and Lafayette College. The Franklin and Marshall affirmative team, headed by Captain Titus opposed the negative team of Lafayette and defeated their opponents in a closely contested debate with a fine display of argumen- tation. At Bucknell the negative team of F. and M., captainecl by Noss, met the affirmative team of the university and defeated their opponents in a spirited debate. The results of the debate this year duplicated the results of two years ago, thus giving Frank- lin and Marshall the superiority in 'two out of three contests held thus far. Cn Friday evening, January l6, l9Z5, Gettysburg College was engaged. in a dual debate which resulted in a tie, each school winning its home debate. This was the first time for a number of years that the two colleges engaged in a dual debate, and the meet proved profitable to both institutions. The student body showed much interest in debating this year. and in view of the fact that only four men on the team will graduate, greater success may be expected in the i925-26 season than we were able to enjoy last year. The majority of the men who will return next year are upper-classmen and there is fine material among the under-classmen who will make a strong bid for varsity berths next year. At the present time there is a plan under consideration which may make it possible for the college to debate some foreign university, possibly Oxford or Cambridge. Much credit for the splendid showing and success of the teams belongs to Dr. H. M. J4 Klein, who spent much of his time and effort in developing a team that could smile in the fact of opposition and come out victorious. In this work he was ably as- sist-ed by Professor P. M. Limbert, whq coached the negative teams. Professors Kunkle and Truxall and Dr. Landis also lent their counsel and contributed to the success of the season. f ff! O.1e Hundred Twenty Eight ffflf X CORIPIIAMMEQ F l'1YS'l'l'IIK 'l'0'I'Il CHE l'I'Z lIliRl3S'l'l'IH CI Il'2l.l'IlJl'IN GICHY NOSS Klilill K0lll.l'1ll DH. Kl.l'1lN VVOl,l"0HlJ l'Hfll". l.lNl!l'IH'l' JONES , I Debating ,lfeams Ifnur-h.' lm. ll. M. .I. Kl.lf:1N .-Ixxi.wlnul l'mu-lv: l'mn-'. l'. M. lAIXIIll'Ill'l' .llflnuyfw ld. G. Wm.:-'mm .-1 jj'i1'm11li::0 X1-yrlliufg S. II. Titus, Uanptuin Il. II. IL Nuss. liaxplnin A. S. K1-rr NV. Toth G, A, Url-itz II. J. lhulal .I jfirnm lim: N cyulim: F. IJ. Eysf01', l'upt'uin J. L. lIl'l'lDSf0l', Captain A. P. Gm-ry U. D. Jones A. N. Ulu-lodvn G. One Hundred Twenty Nine Vfl ff! X A X Y 1 GOIZIPL MMP: Oratory Manager.- H. F. ZIPLINSKY Assistant lllanager: C. H. WILSON G. A. t'lnci'l'z Franklin and Marshall met with unprecedented- success in oratory the past sea- son. From the lirst an active interest was shown, and the season reached its height when the Franklin and Marshall orator, G. A. Creitz, won first place in the Eastern Pennsylvania Inter-Collegiate Oratorical Union contest, and lost the Championship of all Pennsylvania by a narrow margin. This is the best showing F. and M. has made in this activity for some years. Eight men 'tried out for the team early this year, and from the candidates G. A. Creitz was chosen to represent the school, with W. Toth as alternate. The choice of the judges was vindicated cn February 28, when Creitz easily won first place in the Eastern Pennsylvania Contest held in the F. and M. chapel, with his masterly oration "Thrones That Are Built Upon Lies." Albright, Bucknell, Gettysburg, Lafayette, Muhlenberg and Ursinus were thq other institutions competing. On March 27, by virtue of his victory, Creitz delivered the same oration in the auditorium of the Harrisburg Technical High School in the contest to determine the state championship. Much to the surprise of all, E.. Wycliffe Griffin, of Ursinus, who had been second in the Eastern Pennsylvania Contest, carried off first place, with Creitz a close second, blasting the hopes of Franklin and Marshall for participation in the nat- ional contest. ! Mu e xt du fthe F. and M. representative for his splendid work. H. lmsky business end of oratory, and served as president and secre- o t ,Mg , nia Union. G. H. Wilson will manage next year, when v. Ai. 1' s nticipated. .-M-,..1A4 One Hundred Thirty X 'I CCOIZIPII MMD? I .KI J Diagno'I4I1iar1 Literary Society FUIINIIICI7 was I Mo! In l'ulm's 2D'I'E'lfElff -TIMIZNTAE -A'I"I'IINf-AI'E'I'II IIIIIIIII AND GUIIIJ l'I'l'NilIl'III . . . .. . . 0l4'I"II'I'lIIS ISI2-I-ISl"'r If'IIIS'I' 'I'I'IlIM ...I. U. 'I'1'uxuI II l'i1-1'-I'1'f'xifI1'nl . . . . . II. I". Ziplinsky II Sc'r'r4'flM'y .... . . . XV. Toth K 7'rmmurr'r . . . . . ..G. II. 'Fwomhly G Friliff .... .. ....I'1. M. lIonnnmn .I Monitor .. . . ..K. D. I.nngs1Im-I' M Ulmpluiu. .. . .. ..A. S. Twmnhly II Ii I'. III'IlIl'lIIDlIlI2Il II. J. Ifmmvll W. I". Dillor J. I.. Ilurhstvl' II. II. Iloke II. U. Mvllring .I. U. 'I?1'uxn1 G. II. Twomhly II. IC. IVIQIIIKI IJ, F. IVOI'IiIlI!lIl II. F. Ziplinsky M. M. Cohen R. M. Dihort A. S. Kerr I'. A. Kunkel One Hundred Thirity One MICMIIICIIS 1924-1925 U. A. Mc-Hose S. J. MOKInIvy II. II. Slnuglm IC. II. SIIIUICUI' W. Toth A. S. 'I'wmnhIy 1'. U. ICIIl'IIII.I'II G. W. Kcftvl K. Ib. Lnngsalori' II. N. IIIIIIIIOVII II. 111. III0l'I'ISOII Ifl. AIOSIPI' G. L. 'IIIIOIIIIIS J. Z. Appel C. NV. RIIII' SICUON Il 'I'I-III M I+'. Ziplinsky IG. Wivuml Ib. Imlgsalm-I' II. 'I'womhly U. 'Prnxnl '. 'Path IL SIznug.:h 'I'II IIIII 'I'I'2IHI IV. 'I'oI'Il J. L. I Iorhsi vl' 1'. C. 14IIII'IIIII'IA G. II. 'I'womIxly II I lx . ". Ziplins cj U. II. IIong.:Ilt'm1 I'. S. Wvuvvr 1 1 XV. M. Iirish IJ. R. Iilnlrlvs .T. 'I'. Dmnbm-Il IV Ia. IGN-1'0I'f D. l'. IIIHIlIll'I'jIOI' U. II. IIOIIIZIIIOII S. II. Ima-levy J. D. Long.: II. II. Iiupp N. II. Rupp II. JI. Smith II. I.. Stotlor K. U. 'IIIIOIIIIIS 1'. S. XVUIIVOI' U. ,-" II. XVi11g:c-rt TAXLXT 'T " . . f. "-- v, I I .I 'rv ::a. 1 nw IW' III IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII S x x i "W in CORIPU MMR' A F Diagnothian Literary Society RESUME OF NINETIETH YEAR The Diagnothian Literary Society, in the ninetieth year of its existence, passed through a season marked by unusual interest in literary work. The revival of interest in debating and oratory was evident in the Society, whose work was better and more extensive than it has been since the days of compulsory student membership. As usual, the year began with an exceptionally large membership which, after slightly decreasing, remains the largest active group in the recent history of the Society. Activities began with a rush, under the leadership of the first speaker, lVlr. Truxal. The sumptuous repast and the stirring speakers at the annual smoker brought hosts of hungry Freshmen into the ranks of Diagnothians and the lVIock,Trial, shortly afterwards, was an even greater success than ever and, therefore, a greater strain upon the dignity of the Faculty. . With all members in the first Hush of vacation vigor, the first term was a lively one, with many a hermit forsaking his dismal solitude to attend our sessions. Q Immediately after Christmas, the second regime began, with the new speaker, Mr. Ziplinsky. The annual slump in interest and attendance failed to display itself to any great extent and the work of Diagnothian went on apace. The old and honored plan of having outside speakers address the Society was revived and many excellent pro- grams were presented. The Freshman and Sophomore Oratorical Contests brought forth suflicient entrants to enable them to be taken seriously and displayed unexpected oratori- cal talent. , Varsity debating claimed several from the Society and, in inter-collegiate ora- tory one of the two speakers upheld the honor of the organization. Feeling the need for musical expression, Diagnothian became the possessor of its own piano. The addition of music to the program began the third term, with Mr. Toth as speaker. With unusual vigor, that worthy gentleman furthered the welfare of the Society by staging the annual cutting of "dead wood" in the ranks of Diagno- thian. Having trimmed the few dead branches that remained, the ninetieth anniversary was celebrated in a manner worthy of an institution that has reached the age of four score and ten with no decrease in its activity and power. Following was the annual de- bate with the Goetheans, the outcome of which was all that could be desired and carried on the honors won last year. ii fffiit . i'irirriiirii is ,. - -,ll""ll"'.l"'Ill'lli one Hundred Thirty Two llll 1 I.lllllllllllhli:illinixiiriyyifil ,lf - N Y X .f mln"-7 7' CORIPL MMED5 -' Diagnothian Mock Trial FRIDAY, NlH'l'lMlil'lli.15tll, 192-l 7 :HO 1'. M. . ' Miss Vl'l'1l Fllllllulitll li1iNt'0riml Ulllllpzllly for MISS VICRA FALI-RIRAITII iDl'illLIS suit' 01111-illgf tho t+2Ii66,01H for lISillj.f lll'1' 1bilUf0g'l'Illlll ill am IlllV0l'fiS0lll0lliT us Il hallitosis victim who was l'lll'l'll hy iillt'1il'fl'lNill!lI,'S YS. slllTl-rl-ll t'1'lml lllllitosis 'l'III'1 HLlSTl'lRINI'l UOMPANY l'l-lm-llills. l'lllintil'l' sm-ts l'ln'th that Sil01l0V0l' llllll iwvur llsl-ll 1l0i'un- 4lnllt's wllll-llivs. :lull filllf lm: of hor pllotogl-llpli willllllllz llvl' 1ll'l'llliNSi0ll is in vi0la11'im10lTth0 4-ivil 1'ig:IltAs lllxv. .llulyrz Ilix Ilollor, UOPIIUII Wriglvy .... . .... U.TlcllxAL,'2.l CUlTNSI+1L FUR 1'l',AINTlFF UUITNSICI. FOR lDl'1Il'lCNDANT Illllll. I. lfillll.. ...... H. IC. NV1ll:ANll. Ju., '25 Jli.-fx llvlllllll Sfllllf. ldxq, .... A. S. K1-nm. '26 llull. Illlyll ffllllf ..... K. D. Luxor-ulolw, '27 ll'ill If. iivjlllll-, Mxq. ........ 1'. B. Nom., '25 'WITN ESSICS Vcrrz 1l'lllbl'1liIlll. Follivs Al-truss, Pillillfifl, ........... ll'Io 1flll'f'f0, RIIIINIIIUI' Hlll'vt'o Follivs ......... . Willie I'ro1lp1'r. l'0ll1-go Fl'l'SlllllIlll ................... lVllHll FIIIIIIYIIIHI. A1-trllss. Fril-nd ol' Plllilltifi' ......... llflljrlh- flllllflllfl, Kham ol' Uilh, I'llt'011t R1NliCillC Vvllllm' Nmllzl O'IN'rr, l'rl-sillollt lilistoriml Co., 114-fm-llllllllt ..... Ilmrl- E. fllllpxv, l'1'ohilli1'illll Agl-nt .................. .'i1Hl'f0 f1lMlI'ff', Nc-wspllpl-r Writvl' for "Mm-ning lilllm-1 Smit 7'. N-llll1'. lll'llg.rl.:isr ............................. lillflf,-ll. Nllrifl. Allw-l'tisim.: Alllllllgall' for Iklist'o1'i1lu Co. .. In f!lf'r7ll of f70llll'f ................................... I lmyifliull. lim. I'lu'pill . .. . f,'IllllI'fUI'ilfl' ........... Sllwijf, .llzly lmyyo ............................................ Till-91161708 ...................... ............ G . II. Twmllllx, '25 Illlll A. S. TWOMIILY, .. Ojficial lin-flllll Sill-Plltfl' und ll'ol'1lnlmll of JILVII ........................ ....II. Ill. SEAMAN, '25 . . . ..l. L. Iflll:lclls'l'1-zu. '20 .G. I.. 'l'ulm.xS, Jn.. '27 . . . . .W. F. ITILLICIE. '25 ....XVll.l.IAM To'l'1I. '27 . ....M. M. t'lm1cN. '26 .A. J. KNQLI., '25 IC. P. lilcllll-:NuAUmr. '25 .. .S. J. AICIQINLEY, '26 ..I'l. M. I". Wllnxvl-zlc. '25 H. ll'. ZIPLINSKY. '25 ...Ill M. IIONAMAN, .25 ...W. li. lJlf:UllAN'l', '26 .....1fl. li. SLAUGII, '26 '26 '- .G. W. IfOllI.l411I, '26 VICRDIUT-In fllvul' of the l'lllinfiI'l'. who was llwllrllx-ll twll dozvn hospital sim- hot't'll-s mul ftblll' KIOZOII snmll lmtflus lll? Hlisll-1'i1l1-. f,'lmllll.i1Icc ml .fiI'l'1Ill!l!7llll'llff5f W. Il. AnNol.ll 7' W. F. D1LT.lCll -LQA 2 I One Hundred Thirty Three A. SfTv-. WTA 'A fbfx., .di lwiiwwi - U U iliiill lllllilll llllll v 'fr-L..-4' ' f ic, llK""fi't,lj'L:lllIgFQfi' . , .l ' ii" I.1iiiIililil flllllllwliq "ii F 4 f I - mn: Mmm- 1 Gften a Bridesmaid But ,N ever a Bride Story of Case as it Was Presented Vera l"albraith was a pippin- -an' I don't mean maybe! lVhy, al'ter XVi1lie Propper In-ought her around to the .lunior Hop an' gave her :1 knock down to the college, she went the rounds ol' every frat on the campus within a month--at their dances an' teas, you know. Why I know two frats that almost got disrupted because a coupla fellows rail- roaded a dance thru meeting just so they could hring her to it. But after the dances every one ol' 'em tried to date her up for himself. and the frats dern near did go to pieces then. But I noticed hardly anybody ever took her out a second time. "That gal knows her oil." says I to myself. "She don't wanta get hooked up yet awhile. She's out for a good time. but she's got some brains, too, an' won't stand tor all ,this neckin' that IlIOSt of these college guys is after. Tha's why she ain't so popular for a second round I" So I just sets baek an' takes it easy till things has eased up a hit, an' figures I'Il knock her for a touchdown when I once makes up my mind to start. I knew she'd like me right off. because I like to talk sense to a, girl, an' don't go in for this lovin' stulf. So one night I asks her for a date. Well. to cut a long story short, she tell for me like a guy on a banana peel. Why. it wasn't a month before I was goin' out with her every night in the week an' Sundays too. Iloy! Hut I enjoyed those nights with her when we'd be walking home about halt- past nine in the moonlight an' talkin' about t'haucer an' Ring Larder, an' quotin' Shakes- peare to her! It sure was great. Mostly all we'd do was take each other's ill'lllS, but I never tried to kiss her or do anything silly like that. So she liked me pretty well, an' when I asks her to marry me. she clasps her hands over her bosom an' says, "Oh, Alex. ." llut all she could do was to nod her head an' cry for joy. lVell. I could hardly wait to get married, so we fixed the date just a month from then. lilvery thing went oft' Iine at the church. an' I had given her the ring an' all, an' the preacher had said. "I pronounce ...," when I just couIdn't hold myself any longer an' plants a big juicy kiss right on her lips. "MY GOD." I shouts, before the preacher could say any more. "SI'IlG'S GOT HAI,l'l'USIS I" An' I heats it out of the church as fast as my legs could carry me. I'oor girl-f-I pitied her. She didn't1 know halitosis was that insidious thing that even one's best friends won't tell one about, and that it all might have been cured by us- ing a simple. inexpensive remedy. I never had the heart to see her again, but I still loved her. So I sent her a little bottle ol' "IIlisterine." that removes all unpleasant odors in the twinkling ot' an eye. I never knew if she used it or not. until the other day, when I saw a little item in the newsaper. "Miss Vera I"albraith has brought suit." it read. "against the 'Blisterine' Company for using her picture in an advertisement claiming her to be a halitosis victim who was cured by using 'lllisterinef She claims that the use of her picture is in viola- tion ot' the civil rights law. 2 ? X -1' X... f' 'fy--' . 'IL' " X 57 . ' It A3-11. ,, A il' ll ll lllll if ..... . ,I IslsllltltlllltI W"""'I.lllltIlllll1.flliillillimila one Hundred Thirty Four IX r X I COIZIPL MME3 Goethean Li Igerary Society . IN IU N I IICII ISII5 .Ilollo Imlors VENEEOSZ -'NIE ULII IIUIIIJ AND IVIII'I'I4I l'rl'xi4lwlf ..... . I'i1-1'-I'rr'xifl4'1rl .. NI'l'I'I'fllI',ll ..... 7'1'1'u.w1r1'r f'!?ILNUl' ..... lflluplavin, .. . Urififs ............ I'rifiu Ifuilrliny f'nmmilt1'r' 0 IPI" It 'IC l4'IRS'I' 'I'l'IRRI . . . .14'. Il. Eyxia-1' ....G. S. Ruth .. . . II. A. Iivllrvns .. ...I. Ii. Sfvin N. Ulla-Iodvll . . ..l". IC. Inu-Ins . . ..II. II. NViIson .. ....S. IC. Munson .... II. II. llorlnlrd M ICMIIICR IIS 1112-I-19115 HIGUONII 'lwiml 1'I. 141. 14' .1 .' 13. A. II I+' II S 192-I-1925 II. Iflysfvl' 'I'll IRI! 'I'ICR XI II. NVuII'm'4I J. II. Sh-in lliglllrwgvl' .I. I'. S1-In-m'Ic IG. Imvlls II. II. II. Nuss II. Stein W. .I. 'I'rm1tm:m A. III-Im-Ins II. II. Sim-in NV. Ilurloy I". A..Ib:m:1 II. It. Iflnsm' Ifl. III,LYIlIN'l'Hl'I' IC. II. NVnIl'm'cI II. II. Nnss M. Rollo 'I'. I-I. Alln-1'i'so11 Il. II. G1-1'I1au'4I H. I.. In-ova-S J. D. IIIIUIKUIISYOSO A. 1'. G4-ry II. M. Radu A. W. Iiswloy Il. S. GVOIT .I. I'. SI'III'Ill'k II. A. Iiuvcr . IC. IIig.:I1Iw1'p,'c1' XV. IC. SIUIIIIIQUI' II. A. IIOIIYQIIS II. II. .Im-ffl-ivs 'I'. Il. Smith .I. II. Iiortolvt IC. Km-ll fi. II. Sh-in A. N. I'l10ImIc-11 II. W. Lurk ' .I. IC. Sh-in I". A. Dunn M IG. I.c-fm-v1'0 W. I. 'I'r4mIlm1n A. NV. EISIIIIIIIIIT .I. N. IA'IIlINll'II II. S. Vumlvvoro II. It. EIISOI' I". IG. Luc-hs H. II. Wilscm .IL V. Evans IJ. Mille-1' IC. G. Wnlfm-d F. II. Idysfvr S. IC. Munson II. 0, Zimnwrmnn II. II. II. NOSS , 27 .L 22- f" Tgiiv X-L ...,,. 4 ,g if I ' I I I Q 'fo' ' ' ilulxuu mln'y' b d , .. I. . . If LI Hi . . -' "xl" , . One Hundred Thlrly Fzvc IW' Nm IIIIHWUILEL HW . 4 x 4- 4. X----ee -Meicomvtf Muni o Goethean Literary ,Society RESUME OF NINETIETH YEAR Taking everything into consideration, the Goethean Literary Society has passed a quite successful year. The literary societies have been laboring under difficulties the last few years and in comparison with some of the illustrious records of the past, the present status of the society may not appear to be any too favorable. However, those who have been faithful -have been well rewarded, and the meetings have always been interesting and full of the old Goethean "pep", so that we feel sure that the Goethean spirit will never die. We expect great things of the society in the future and confidently predict that the long record of success-and victories over the Diags--will continue to grow. Activities started with a rush with the annual smoker for the new men last fall, and a sufficient number were impressed with the virtues of the Goetheans to such an extent that they became members, and the society started on its ninetieth year with high hopes. Many excellent programs were given, and in addition several masterly speeches by faculty members delighted the society members. The ninetieth anniver- sary was celebrated in a fitting manner and the Goetheans began to prepare for the an- nual tilt with the rival Diags in the inter-society debate, the result of which cannot be in doubt. In the annual combined meetings also the Goetheans displayed their best talents and helped make the event a success. i t lwlltlwl:..,lLFl..tif:i Wllmnflillfmilllef one Hundred Thirty Six ,, NN , X i xi Y pk., -, ...H . ,...Y.. Qeomri. MMED 'e Nineteenth Anniversary OF THE Goethean Literary Society Overture . . . Invcwanrion ....... Sa1111tut'o1'y Aehlrvss Third Urntimn .. Violin Solo .... S1-cmnl f,l'Ili'iHll ... Rwlding ... Qualrtoiz .. First i,l'llfi0ll . . . Poem Gm-t'Il4-alll 0rnt'im1 . IN G4 llf1'l'lIl'lAN HALL 'l'll1'S1i2lj'. May 12. 8:00 We-lawlc l'r1'.vi1liny Ujj'i4'1'r'--li1+:x'. .lolm Il. Ness ...........l1. I". !'lurl.'1' . ..lf4'r. .lnlln If. Xuxx. '15 .. . ll. If. ICll.wn', '2li "Thu K'm1q11v1'm"' "S01'Vil'l"' "BIIll'SlllIii in tlw t'4mstitutimx" ' ' '-'-'1-1.1-' iia',i1IiR'l.35 535.15--' ' fi U-1-L-If fx2I,j.7Q ' ' ' ' "Hur llvrilngrm-" 1 ...ln IC. lnu'l:.s'. '27 .. . . IC. !'. Hillvr, '26 ...H. .l. l'r1'il:'. '26 . . . ..l. lf. Nl:-in. '26 IV. II. Nrllmivll, '25 ll. .ll. lfmlw, '27 fl. Ili. ,1'llflll'I'. '20 IG. Il. NIll0lu'1'l'. '26 H!!-Vl4'l'. '25 ......Il.ll.If..Ynx.v .,.. ................ .... . I. N. I'I:r'l1':lnn. '26 "Ma1lnllm:l Hlmmli" 1'1'1-sm-llfaltiml ol' Suplummwa--l"n'4-sliim-n Ul'3li0l'iC'lli f'UIli0Nl' Prim-s livlwllivtiiml ...... .. . ....... ...I1'f'1v. .lolm lf. .Yn.-fx, '15 1'o:-itllule . .. .................................... ..... li. F. f,'llll'l.'4? U1 DMM l'l"l'l'll'l ON A R RANGICM I4IN'l'S Ll. l'. Sm-hem-k, '26, l'lu1i1'm:111 U, fx fi, ff, N G. II. swan, 'Qu lc. cz. wgygn-11, '25 ' f2,,::V,,NYx F. 11. lcysnzm-, '25 M. lc. Illftjfx-q1l', '27 ff le. Iliglim-1-gi-1-, 'zu iv. A. 11i '27A ... . . ...r.... , 11.22 W' ' E 2 1 ii one Hundred Thirty seven ii .im ii lP"'ii'ii'ii, L e I . Il,iEAliiiismk mu ulllltilwlf 3' "inf il- 1. 1. Y CCOIZIPUAMME DJ Joint Meeting OF THE Diagnothian and Croethean Literary Societies IN THE GOETI-IEAN HALL. FRIDAY, MARCI-I 6, 1925, AT 7 P. M., Presiding Oiiccr PROF. ANDREW G. TRUXAL PROGRAM Scriptural Reading . . . ............ ..... R . H. GERHARD KCI Prayer .......... ....... .... . H . E. WEIAND CDD MUSIC E. L. CLARK Instrumental Trio ........... ....... . . W. F. DILLER KDJ H. E. WEIAND CDD Original Poem, "Charming Forge" . .... DR. P. N. LANDIS Reading ..................... ..,..... F . E. LUCHS QC-D Character Sketch, "Charles Dickens" .... C. H. HOUGHTON CGD Oration, "Belated justice" ...... .... L . D. BACKENSTOSE CC-J Violin Solo ................... .... . W. F. DILLER CDD Oration, "The Case of Hungary" . . ........ W. TOTH QDQ Reading .............,..... ..... P . S. WEAVER CGD Character Sketch, "Rousseau" . . .... H. R. ENSOR CGD l..orcl's Prayer f-. A ffliix.. gf '35 L lllllllllllll Illlllmlwillll I i i lil! fi iraiiiiiiiiiiiii , V 7 i.pib:--Sf:- .lr L r ll one Hundred Thirty Eight V rl-V Q -'m'CGQEIPIIXMME F I I BOOK IV Fraternities I i fy x 4-.s' Fl ' ii l If ll "4I-ll r -1 ' M'Z T "f'ORIFUAMMED a Paz' Kappa Sigma F ri d h University of Pcnnsyl 1 8 5 0 W"'QO1ZIPL'AMMED f IIUEIII Iluwxlrd Ii. Oinwukc 1'rul'. AI'I'IlIll' K. Kmik U1ll'I II. II4rm'v1' Pauli A. Kmiklu 1ium'g'o A. i'1'vii'z Alum-1' S. Dofiimnt Ga-orgre B. Pontz lIOI'IllilIl V. Iiuciiur PHI KAPPA SIGMA Zeta Chapter INS 'I' I 'l'I i'I'I'IIJ 155-I l'nlnr'.-r IHIAUK ANI! ULD GOLD l"l'!LIl'I'lIffjl Oi-yum. I'III KAI'I'A SIGMA NICXVS I,I+I'l"l'IGIl I"IiA'l'lil'lS IN l4'Af'IIli'l'A'l'I'I lim-V. Ruin-l't J. I'IIl,Il'Illl lf'RA'l'l'iR IN SICMINARIH John M. In-Uliiint 'l"IiA'l'IiICS IN AVAIJIGMIA 1925 1926 William I'. Murphy II. VIIIIUO Iioumfortz 1927 Ilolwrt F. firofi' G1-01150 M. IIOHIUVIIIIIII I.'LI4iDGES IInl'n10r1 IG. Ifiublrio William IC. Shox-icy Dr. Vicim' W. Dip Ili: I'ilIlI N. laim I4'1'v4I Ili-I'. Ruiilwrnwl Mnrximll M. M1-nzivs I"i':lnk Ii. Iiudinglmm John II. IIHSSI01' .l. Iinimurt Ilolfluvcn lim-01140 W. SK'Il2ll'I'l'liI' One Hundred Forly X i X 'CG nm: MME-D 1 f PHI KAPPA SIGMA IKASSLICH BUCIIICII IllIBHI,I'I IIOSTIEHMAN SIlAl'IFl'I'Ili A. I.0WI'lI,I. DIR. lJll'l'l'1l,I, DH. IIICIHVIAN REV. l'Il.GlRM PONTZ SllI'Il'1l.l'IY IJl'Il1llAN'l' Clil'II'I'Z GIKOFF DICIIAVHN MUIKPIIY GAHVICY l.lllJlNli'l'0N KUNKICI. HOOVICIR li0'l'lII'2HMl'Il, Ii0lIlX'll"0Ii'l' MICNZIIQS Alpha: . IM-lin . .. lflpsilun .. . Zn-fu . . . l'If:l .. lnlzl .. Mu ... R110 .... 'Puu ..... Upsilrm . .. Phi ...... Psi One Hundred Forty One l7IlAl"l'ICli ROLL . . .11ll1Vl'l'N11'X ol' l'vl111sylvallli:l . . . . . . . . . ...Wushingtrm nml .lvlT1-rsun Uullm-5.51 ...1,1l'killN0ll ffullvpfm- .. . . . . ..... . ..... ...l+'rnnlclin :xml Murslmll Unlla-g.us . . . I'niv1-rsity nl' V1l'L'I1ll12l . . . . . . . . .. . . .K '0llIlll1b11l, lTnivv1'siI'y ....... ... . . .'l'ula1uu Imivm-sity .. . . . . . . lhliw-1'si1'y ul' Illinois .. . . . .Rnllalulpll-Mawml Umvllvggv . . . . .Nm'l'lm'0stvl'l1 '11ll1Vl'l'N115' . . . . .11ll1Vl'l'811,X ol' Rivlmmml . . . . .. .1'0llll8y1Vllll1ll Shlfu Colin-go .. . . . . 1850 . . .185-1 ...185-1 ...185-lg . . .1855 ...1858 . . .1858 . . .1862 . . .1872 ........18TZZ 1873 1800 -if-xmw g In X ij EEF r- 'T'i:?'f.g L-L. fi ls:-:i:1 . CC IZIPL' MMR' 070 1 f PHI KAPPA SIGMA 4'HAl"l'l'lIiRUI.l1 Alplm-Alplm . . . ..., NVIlS1li1lf.2'1'0l1 amd Luo Ulliversity . . . .,... 1800 Alplm-Gumllm . . . .... Ull1Vl'l'Si1,V oi' W4-st Virginia ..... . . .1800 Alplm-Delta . . . .... University of Maxim- ............. . . .1808 Alplm-Epsilon . . . .... Armom' Institute of 'lk-clmologzy . . . . . .1808 A1phn'Zctu .... . . . lTni'vm-rsity ot' Murylzunl ......... . . .1800 Alplm-Tlletn . . . .... IT11ivu1'sity of Wisconsin . . . . .'.1001 Alpha-Iota . . . .... Xv2lINl1'l'1l1lf lY11ivo1'sity .... . H1002 Alpha-Kappa . . . .... Vlli1'1'l'S1tJ' of Alulrulrm ............. . . .1003 Alplm-Lmnbdu . . . . . . University 01? Gnliforlliu .............. . . .1003 Alpha-Mu ..... . . . Musszwlmllsc-tts Instituto of Tochuology . . . . .1003 Alpha,-Nu .... .... I loorgin School of TOCfllll0l0f.,"Y ......... . . .1004 Alpha-Xi ...... .... I 'ul-duo Ul11Vl'l'N11'y .......,.......... . . .1005 Alplm-Oluicron . . .... University of Rlitzlligilll . . . . .1005 Alpllu-Pi ....... .... I Tnivorsity of Chicago . . . . . .1000 Alplm-R110 . . . .... Norm-Il Univvrsity ............... . . .1011 Alpllu-Signm .. . .... IYnivorsit'y ol' Minnesota ............ . . .1015 Alplm-'l'a11 ...... .... I Jolamd SfIlllf0l'l1 Junior 'UJ1ivc1'sity . . . . .1015 Alplnl-Upsiloln .... Univz-rsily ol' Washington .......... ..... 1 .010 Allahu-l'hi ...... . . . Iowa State IT11ivc1'sity ........... ..... 1 .020 ALUMNI UHAl'TlGIiS l'l1ilzu1oIphiu l'itlslnu'gh District: ol' Uolmnlvin Rim-lunoml 'liultiimoro Houflu-rn f'1llif0l'lli!l Ulnimg.-go In-tzroit Nortlu-1'11 U2llif01'111!l Now York Ho:-xl'on Alilllll'Il1lUliS alml Sit. l'a1ll1 Sti. Louis A VIHIIISIIS One Hundred Forty Two QomP1:AmMr:D Clzz' Plzz' F oundad at 1'1'im:ct1m U1zi7.1crsity 1 8 2 4 4 x X CC IZIPIIAMME' J CHI PHI Zeta Chapter lNS'l'I'l'II'l'I'IIP ISS-I f.'nlm's Si',XIiI,I'1'I ANI! IKIIIIIC 1f'rrMcrn,ity Organ lf'RATlll41S IN Al IAI DEM IA 'l'I I IG I YI IA K WITT 1925 Orvillu II. Wnllmrn IIl'Ul'1I0 Hrown Donovan II1'IlI.'IIll Ilugh W. Nvvin 1926 Tlwoflwv H. Applv 'l'Immns J. IJmmy.:l1y Kvunvtln IJ. Itullrlnufh l'I1lwnrcl IC. liulmrvr Ilownwl U. Svuft 15127 ,l,- 'Fnylm' lim-lclvy John II. IIDIIIHIIQUI' John W. U11-y -IIIIIIOS Z. Applu Craig.: Ilondrivks .lohn Lollg Ilnrulil A. Ill-II:u'vll Arthur IC. Rush 1'III4IlJGl'IS NOI'lll2lll Iqilllflllilll lmmnlcl Ii. Clmrlos fI'lu-mlm'u II. Glass Iinlwrt G. SIOIIIUI' M4-Ivin S. Rittm-1' llurulcl High Gvorgro II. Duislmr SIIIIIIIUI IIVUXVII One Hundred Forty Four icomvlr MMR-7fi ' f CHI PHI IIIGII BROWN ROIIRBACII J. APPIEI. IIICNDRICKS URICY LONG ROIINICH 'l'. Al'I'I'lI. IIAMAKICR GLASS CIIARLICS RUSH S'l'I'1INI'IR I RI'l"I'lCIi BROWN SCOTT WA IJEURN DEI IAVHN lilICKLlCY NICVIN Zum . . Alpha .... Dcltal, ...... Epsilon Eta ...... v. X1 ....... Gumnm Psl Motu l'llAl"l'l'lll HUIQL ollvgrv . . . .... 1.354 .... Univu1'sity ol? Virginia, .... ....lilll2g01's Uollogxu . . . . . . . . . . l4'I'1IllliIill :mul Marshall U .... IIIIIIIINIUII Sicluoy Collegi- . . . . llnivursity of Georgia .... . . . . . Uorllvll TTlliV0l'SifX . . . . . . . . . . mlll01'y Ullivc-1'sii,y . . . .. .... ....Luhigh Univcrsitty . . . . . . .. ....1859 .. .... 1867 .. .... 1867 ....1S6S ....1S6S ...JS69 ....1S72 . . . . BIllSSlll'hllS0ttS ZlIlSfil'lll'0 of Tcclnmlogy . . . . . . .1873 r A - - Y K. W H!! di Y If Car I llllllllllIlllllIllll1IlIll !'i"g-1. llllllldlllllllllllllilllllllillIlll K f VW , 7- A wif' -f f One Hundred F arty Five zllg flb g g l gcomrr Many CHI PHI el-mrwifiu nom, Phi ....... .... A mherst College ........... .... 1 S73 Alpha-Chi . .... Ohio WVesleyan Unive1'sity .... 1873 Rho ...... .... . Lafayette College ......... .... 1 S74 Lambda . . . .... University of California ....... . . ..1S75 Omicron .. .... .Yale University ................... .... 1 S77 Theta ...... .... . Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute .... 1879 Alpha-Tau .... .... . University of Michigan ....... .... 1 882 Iota ...... .... C Jhio State University ......... .... 1 883 Mu .. .... Stevens Institute of Technology .... 1883 Nu .... .... . University of Texas .......... .... 1 S92 Uhi ..... .... 1 Dartmouth College ............ .... 1 902 Omega . . . .... .Georgia School of Technology . . . . . .1904 Sigma .. .... University of Illinois ........ .... 1 012 Kappa .. .... University of Wisconsin .... .... 1 016 Tau ........ .... . University of Alabama . . . .... 1920 Pi ........ .... I owa State College ........... .... 1 922 Alpha-Alpha .... .University of North Carolina .. .... 1924 Alpha-Pi . . .... Vanderbilt University ........ .... 1 924 Alpha-Delta .... Penllsylvania State College .... 1924 ALUMNI CHAPTERS 1'lli1!,ldCl1ll1i2l Atlanta Detroit New York Chicago San Antonio Boston Columbus Toledo Cleveland Pittsburgh Los Angeles -1.-l Cnc Hundred Forty Six Q o1z1vL'AMMIf:D" Plz! K az 10 pa P51 F dd JH Czzg 1852 on icomn: MMDB 'P Dr. Ilc-nry H. Appli- .Iohn E. GI'f'Sl"y John 117. 'I'l'ux:1I IfIon1'y IV. Lu.rk Sunnlul II. Yohn XViIImr 15. Iyuhnmn John D. VVouvc1' Lolloy Iflauclmmn Everett Nelson Henry Ness Lloyd Troup PHI KAPPA PSI Pennsylvania Eta Chapter INSTITI ITICIJ I860 Colors ,RIGID AND GIIIGIGN Jf'mfm'1rity Organs THIG MYSTIC FIUIGND THE SHIELD 'l1'RA'l'IHCS IN FAI TI I l1'l'A'l'l4l l'roI'. Ilolu-rt, U. Z1-vlwl' I'roI'. Anmlrn-w fi. Truxul lf'ItA'l'IiICS IN AUAIJICMIA 1925 Iflmlwnral II. UIII'l'II.fIll'S 'VIIUIIIIIH 0. Amoliu Willin Ill II. Sc'InnicI1. 1926 'lflmodorc L. Soistnmn Iirnco H. Trusslor 1927 l10I'lI1lI'd M. ZIIIIllIl'l'IIIllII 1fiClI2lI'd II. Rolwrts A. Victor Poluck VVIIIIIIIII R. Stockton Otto J. Sm-Ilnoohcli NV. Austin Ilishop PLEDGES Lonnu' Wolf John Smith Joseph Grosh John Kcylor Irvin Nm-Ison Russa-I Vollmcr Morley Johnson One Hundred Forly Eight X G IZIPL' Mmzji f A PHI KAPPA PSI NELSON NELSON ZIMIVIICRIVIAN ROIil'IR'l'S 'I'RlISSI.ICR I.l'lIIMAN POLACK GROSII VOI.l.MlCII BACIIIVIAN SOISTMAN LAIIK YOIIN WICAVICII BISHOP NICSS VVOLF STOCKTON 'VRUXAL GAIIIIIGIIICS DR. Al'I'I.l'l GICICSICY SCIIMIIYI' AMICLIA SCIINI'II'll!I'II.I UIIAI"l'l'IR ROLL f'IIIII!0I'llIII 'llotn . .llvluinl Sl'nnl'oi'cl .Innior llnivorsilv .1891 UIlIII'01'11IIl Gllllllllll .Ilnivorsily of fIIl.IIf0I'lIIll ....... .1899 Uolormlo Alplnl .... ....Ilnivoi'siI1y ol? Uolornllo .. .1914 Illinois Alplin. . . . . N0l'IIIlXVI'SI'0I'Il Ilnivor:-nity . . .1864 Illinois H0111 ,, . IllliV0l'8iIy ol' Ullit'3l1.:'0 . .. .ISII5 Illinois Delta . IInivoi'sil'y ol' Illinois .1904 lnlliunn Alplm ... . llo l'nnw Ilnlvorsiliy ... .1865 IllIIIll11ll Bctn .... . ln1linn:l Ilnivorsity .1869 lnflinnn Doltn .. . . I'IIl'IIIIO Univorsity . . . .1901 lowu Alpha . Ilnivvrsity ol' lown .. . .1867 Iowa I-lcliu ...... .Iown Slintio Uollvgo ........ .1867 Kalnsns Alplm .llnivoi-silty of Knnsns ...... .1876 Mnl'yInlld Alplin. . . Johns Ilopkins lInivol'sil.y . .. .1872 lllnssauflnlsolzts Alplm. .. ..,. Ainliurstz Gollum! ........... 1895 Y WAX if ,iumlnlll ,. ll lu I g I ll I I X 'Tmunur One Hundred Forty Nine 1 I , 217' I X- QEQIFIFI f - . lf.. -ff, mumn llIll"lll .-if -- f., I CCORIFII MMR' li lllichigan Alpha Minnesota Beta Missouri Alpha ....... . . . Nebraska Alpha ....... . .... New Hampshire Alpha New York Alpha ..... New York Beta ..... New York Gamma New York Epsilon Ohio Alpha ....... Ohio Beta ..... Ohio Delta ..... Ohio Epsilon ..... Oklahoma Alpha .. Oregon Alpha ........ l'ennsylvania Alpha . Pennsylvania Beta .. Pennsylvania Gamma Pennsylvania Epsilon . . Gettysburg College Pennsylvania Zeta .. .. .. . Pennsylvania Eta . . . . Pennsylvania Theta . . . . . . .. Pennsylvania Iota .. . l'ennsylvania Kappa . Pennsylvania Lanihda lthode Island Alpha . Tennessee Delta ..... Texas Alpha ....... Virginia Alpha . . . Virginia Beta ..... Washington Alpha . . . West Virginia Alpha ....... Wisconsin Alpha Wisconsin Gamma . . . Boston. Mass. Springfield, Ill. Pittsburgh, Pa. Providence, R, I. Philadelphia, l'a. Lancaster, Pa. Baltimore, Md. Johnstown, Pa. Uniontown, Pa. Indiana, Pa. Flll1'IlI0llt, NV. Va. Morgantown, NV. Va. Akron, Ohio. Cincinnati, Ohio. - -4 PHI KAPPA PSI CHAPTER ROLL .University of Michigan .. .University of Minnesota .. .University ot? Missouri .University of Nebraska .. .Dartmouth College .Cornell University . Syracuse University . . . . . Columbia University . . . . . . Colgate University .Ohio Wesleyan University . . Wittenberg University .... .Ohio State University ..... .Case School of Applied Science .University of Oklahoma .......... .University of Oregon ................ .Washington and Jefferson College ..Allegheny College ................ . .Bucknell University .............. .Dickinson College .....,........ .Franklin and Marshall College Lafayette College ....... 1 ...... .University ot Penlisylvania .. .Swartlnnore College ....... -Pennsylvania State College .. .Brown University .Vanderhilt University .... .University of Texas .,........ .University ol? Virginia .......... . Washington and Lee University .University ol' XVashington ...... .lVest Virginia University ..... . University of Wisconsin . . . . .lieloit College . . . . . . . . . .. ALUMNI CHAPTERS Cleveland, Ohio. Columbus, Ohio. Newark, Ohio. Springfield, Ohio. Toledo, Ohio. Findlay, Ohio. Detroit. Mich. Indianapolis, Ind. Chicago, Ill. Milwaukee, Wis. lllinneapolis. Minn. Duluth, Minn. lies Moines, Iowa. Kansas City, Mo. St. Louis, Mo. Dallas, Tex. Omaha, Neb. Denver, Col. Spokane, Wash. Seattle, Wash. Birniingham, Ala. Tacoma, Wash. 'Jlacksonville, Fla. Sunbury, Pm New York City, N. Y. Syracuse, N. Y. 1876 1888 1895 1895 1896 1869 1884 1872 1887 1861 1866 1880 1906 1920 1923 1852 1855 1885 1855 1859 1860 1869 1877 1889 1912 1902 1901 1904 1853 1855 1914 1890 1875 1881 One Hundred Fifty ' x s l CGOIZIPUAMME DD A Paz' Sigma K a p pa .K J.. -Q 15 . -,N -'o., . fj":fi'f.1 avg, YQ inf- .0 y x, . 0, Xo.4.O- . -- ,Q - 1' ffdi'-' fl. , vl..N'HQ .. .4 Founded at Massachusetts Agricultural College .1 8 7 3 f X 4- L r 1 f'CCOIZIPL Mm:-J PHI SIGMA KAPPA Iimvurfl A. Kosnmn Ralph XV. ScI1cI'I'c1' XVIli'l'l'lI E. Miller I'I1IWIll'II B. Harp Allwrt S. Kerr Orinmid A. Kia-In Ilurry F. Dowling Ilugh D. I-Inrtmaln Eau-I M. Stage Pi Chapter INS'I'I'l'I"l'I1lIJ 1002! Colors S I IA' ICR ANI! MAGICNTA F1'at0r11.it11 Organ 'PII IC S I I I N I'1'I' FRA'I'I'IR TN 1+'AUUI.'I'A'I'I'l l'mI'. IIm'm'o II. linvm-S FRA'l'RICS I N SEM I NARIO Albert M. VV1'ight I1'liA'l'liICS IN AUADICMIA 1925 Iiudrgc G. Martin ll. 14111251-lic Wim-:mini 1926 I'Il'l'II II. I'IoIcl1'idgC JI. Alfred Taylor I'hiIip D. Boehm 1027 llurold A. liilby lmnnld S. Stroeblc PLEDGES Italy IC. Huttel' M. Ilomc-1: Wuy I'uuI II. Noll Ifl'Illl0tII S. Frye Willinm E. ISII-Kvalciiic .Innws II. Lessig liimfllurd H. Salilm' .I. Iicrlrcrt Fuhl IGIIIIUI' A. Kell Uaisimiro SOIDDDIFIQIOIIO One Hundred Fifty Two ' x , x .1y-V-- ---VfA -- x , r . , C mn, MMR PHI SIGMA KAPPA XVIICAND TAYLOR PROP. BARNES NOLI. FICIII. SAILIER LICSSIG HARP FRYIC BOICIIM RILRY MCIQICACIIIIC MILLER DONVLING MARTIN SCIIEFFICR KICRR KICIR S'I'R0l'IBLl'I CI'IA1'Tl'lR ROLL Alpha ... ...AI!l88Ill'IlllSl'II8 AQ'l'Il'llIIIll'lII l'oll1-go .. ....1S73 B1-tn ..... .. . . Uniem I'nivursit'y ................. .... 1 888 Gnmnm .. . . . . . Uurnvll Univvrsiliy .... .... . .. . . . .1889 Dolhl .... . . . Wvsl Virginian IIllIVl'l'SIIj' .... .... 1 891 Epsilml .. . . . . . Yallm- lfllivvrsity ................ .... 1 893 V ZUIZII. ..... . . Eta .... 'I7hul'u .... . . . . IUIII, ..... . . Knppu ... . . . . IAIIIIIHIII One Hundred Fifty Three .l'ollv,u:4- ol' thu City oi' N-w York . . ... I'nivorsil'y ui' Mmylnml ..... ... 1'olumhin I'llIVl'l'8II1' ........... . ..8t0v1-ns Ill8I'II,llI0 ol' 'l'0m-ln1nlog.:y l'm-llllsylvullizl 8int'v 1301105.50 ...... Gvurgc- 1vIlSIlIll5.Z'I'0ll lYnivvrsity .. . . .1899 . . . .1897 . . . .1897 .. . .1899 . . . .1399 . . . .1899 ...Tri giirf. - U H EQ Fl I .CI 1.11 I CC RIPII CMME' I PHI SIGMA KAPPA CHAPTER ROLL lull . . . . . ..University of Pennsylvania . . . . .1900 Nu ,,,,, , , ,,Lehigl1 University ................... . , .1901 Xi ....... . . St. Lawrence University .............. . . H1902 Omicron . .. . ..Massachusetts Institute of Technology .. ...1902 Pi ....... .... B 'ranklin and Marshall College ......... ,. .1903 Sigma ... ...,SL .Tohn's College ............. ... .. .1903 Tau .... . . ..Da1't1noutli College .......... . ...1905 Upsilou , , , , ,. Brown University . . . , .1906 Phi .... .... S warthmore College . . . . .1906 Chi . . . .... Williams College ..... '. . . .1906 Psi ........... . .. University ol? Virginia . . . . . .1907 Omega ........... .... U niversity of California ...1909 Alpha-Deuteron . University of Illinois .... ...1910 Beta-Deuteron . . . . . .. University of Minnesota . . . . . . .1910 Gannnn-Deuteron . . .... Iowa State College ....... - ..... . . .1911 Delta-Deuteron .... ...,.University of Michigan .......... ...1915 Epsilon-Deuteron . . .... Worcester Polyteclniic Institute . . . . .1915 Zi'fll-D0llt0l'0ll .. . . University of Wisconsin ....... . . .1917 lllta-Deuteron . . . . ..U11ivo1'sity of Nevada ......... . . .1917 Theta-Deuteron . ...Oregon A,L1'l'iCllitlll'!l1 College- ...... .. .1920 Iota-Deuteron .... .... I Georgia Instituto of Technology . . . . .1923 Kappa-Deuteron ..Loland Stanford University .... ...1923 Ilambda-Deuteron . . . . . ..University of Kansas ......... . . .1923 Mu-Deuteron ...... .... U niversity of Washington . . . . . .1923 Nu-Deuteron ..... .... I lniversity of Montana ..... ...1923 ALUMNI CIIAl'Tl4lllS New York lloston Albany Seattle 1'itl'Shurgh Chicago ,I-Baltimore Milwaukee Detroit San F1'llllCIS00 Washington -.--il- One Hundred Fifty Four 'Q nu Q o1z1v1:AmMn3 Lambda Cfzz' A4064 '?3"ifA . ' ' N.: V .T1 A, tg Nm ' F dd B U y 1909 ""'QORIPL'AMMED ' f llr. Philip W. Ilui'1'y Ilnlph L. Ilollauicl Arthm' T. Kamp 1':llXV1ll'll 'l'. A111111 William J. Lmvi'ig.:lit .lnlm ll. Koosm' .lusopli II. llissiiigvr lmnis Knlalssny lVillinm ll. lil-wis Allmi W. llairlvy Ilurolil XV. Fries Tlvnry W. fimnfuln' .lazy 'l7. llomlmcll LAMBDA CHI ALPHA Alpha Theta Zeta lNS'lTl'l'I7'1'I'llJ 1917 Colors 1'lllil'l.lC. GRIGICN AND lilllill !"1'aIvrni1y Organs THE 1'Illi1'l.E, GRIGICN AND GOLD THE CROSS AND l'RICS1'lCNT FRATRES IN FACULTATE l+'RA'l'R14IS 'IN SICMINAIPIU Curl W. Iscnbcrg FRATRICS 'I N AUADEMTA 1925 liluudc 15. Iflomlvrsmi William B. Arnold 1926 Ulmrlm-S R. Eslllvnmn NV. Illnrl Housvi' .lolln A. Focht 1927 Ulmlulc-oy E. lluvis Fi-ull E. Luclis lbmmld G. Ilauuiltmi PLICDGES Micluwl A. Lewis llussol ll. Grntf lm fi. lVz1gms1' Dir. Milf-lwll John U. B1'lllllllIlCll .Tosupll H. Stein 1'llll0l'S0ll M. Wvuvm- A1-tluu' M. Wuguvr li. Sizamloy Ruill lin rolll Il. Kc-Iloi' Fraink A. llosr-lnliomvi' lic-urge XV. Kvilm-l Mark E. L1-1'cvi'u Frauik K. Wnsliivk Rolwrli V. Evuns Ilurry U. Zllllllll'l'lllilll fi1ll'l'0l1 One Hundred Fifty Six if ul. ol hmm X CC IZIPII MMR' Jn LAM DA CHI ALPHA lHlSl'lNBl'lIiGl'1H KALASSAY l'2Slll.I'IMAN IIAiXlll,'I'ON HISSINGICIR l.l'II"l'1Vl'IlR IUFIN HAH! VY IIOUSICIK lil'lI.l,l'IIi lm. tmlmv nn. c:Annol.1. mcwls ARNOLD FIRIICS mms!-:lx I"0Cll'l' lilI'l'll txtmu. l.OWHlG1i'1' Alpha . . Gilllllllil l'lllSiltbll Zvtn lntu ...... I.:uulnl:1 Ilvtzl . . Signm Plll .... Doltu . . l'1 Umicrmt M11 . . . . 'Pam .. 1. lutu . . . Thutal . IIIISUOII ll 0Ill0j.fll Ixuppn t9llAl"I'l'IR litlhlt ....llnstmm ITtlivvl'sity .. . . Alatssslt-lutxm-tts A5.'fl'il'llHlll'2Il Hrllvgv . . . . I't1ivt-rsity nt' Pt-lnlsylvulliu .. . . . . . ....l't'lllISj'lX'Illllll Stntt- t'ullt-go ..... .. , . . ....ln'uwt1l'n1vm-l'slty ....M:tss:u-lmsa-tts Instituto ut' 'l't-4-lmulf .. .. ITllivt'rsity ot' BI3lill0 .......... .. .. ....University nt' Blil'lliL'L'Illl .. ....Rllf3.!'t'1'S Vnivm-1'sity ...,....... . . . . lim-lmull ITniv0rsity . . . . . . . . . . .. ... . xV0l'4't'Sft'l' I'ulyt'vc'In1im- Inst itlltu .. .. ..t'm'm-ll l'uivv1'sit'y .......... .. . . . . ..I7tlivv1'sity ot' t':nIit'm'l1i:t . . . . .. . . ..XVllNlliIlf.'ItT0ll State t'nll0y.:v .. ....IilmtIt- Islntul Stntt- tfollogt- ... . . ..Dzl1't'lnm1th Unllvgv . . . . . . . . . .. . ....l10lIiSillll2l St':tt'0 U11iv01'sit'y .. ... D1 Puuw Univvrwitv lXllSlfX nt lllm s K ll ltllllll ltlhflillllli Iustn utr Ixlmx tollt 1 ...'I!ltI!l .. . ISHS! .. . 15112 ...ISDI2 .. .1912 ...ISHZI ...19fl3 ...1913 ...ISHS ...1!H2Ai ...'ISHS ...1913 ...1913 ...1914 ...1914 ...........191-L . .................. 191-L I F' "- 1' X1 ..... 3 . . ....... .. ........ ............ 1 JI., Cl ' ...... .... I Tn' '- T , ' this ..... ............ A X .......... .1Q15g , ...ll '."- 'e H ......... ,. ..... ' ....' .' ' uf- ..................... ...... ' N . .... 5.15- Nu . .. . . .. UlliVl'l'Sil'3' H' '- 'gin . . ......... i . H, . .n ....U'! ' we ....... ........ e .f.'1,- " 'I' ii 7395 iq Q fi - . - ' ' . ' l gn- V I -All 1-ZEEM ' I A an Rho llItlllfJ0Hl,,1 xg Q10 T 3 1. Q 22 r '9 Q53 t One Hundred Frfty Seven 2 ,I lvfx:-gl X' CCORIPL' MMR' Jo f Psi ......... Alpha-Alpha .. Alpha-Gamma .. Alpha-Epsilon .. Alpha-Zeta .... Alpha-Iota .... Alpha-Lambda .. Alpha-Beta . . . Alpha-Sigma .. Alpha-Phi . .. Alpha-Delta Alpha-Pi ....... Alpha-Omieron . Alpha-Mu ...... Alpha-Tau ..... Alpha-Eta ..... Alpha-Theta . . . Alpha-Upsilon .. Alpha-Xi ...... Alpha-Chi ...... Alplnl-Omega . . . Alpha-Kappa .. Alpha-Nu .... Alpha-Rho . . . Alpha-Psi ...... Galnnia-Alpha .. 1illllllllll-Gllllllllll .. . .... Cannna-Epsilon . Canuna-Zeta . . . . Gamma-Iota . . . . . . .. .. Cannna-Lambda Gamma-Beta .. .. Gllllllllll.-Slglllll. .. Glllllil-Pill ...... Canuna-Delta . . . T Gamma-li Gamma-Omicron Galnlna-Mu ..... Cannna-Tau . . . Gamma-Eta . . . Gilllllllfl-Tll0t2l .. Gamma-Upsilon . Gamma-Xi .... Akron, Ohio Albany, N. Y. Bessemer, Ala. Iill'lIl1Ilg'1l!lll1, Ala. Atlanta, Ga. lloston, Mass. Chicago, Ill. Clevland, Ohio Columbus, Ohio LAMDA CHI ALPHA o11A1'1'1ca nom. . . . Purdue University ...... . . . .. Butler College .............. . . . . University ot' South Dakota . . . . . . . . Harvard University ..... . . . . . . .Colgate University ..... . . . .. . Northwestern University . . . . . . Oregon Agricultural College . . . ,,University of Wisconsin ,,CllIl1ll01'llllll1 University . . . . University of Alabama .... Missouri School of Mines University of Denver .... Indiana University ...... University of Texas .... Iowa State College ............ Oklahoma A. M. College .......... Franklin and Marshall College Syracuse University ............ New Hampshire College ....... University of liiclnnond Ohio University ....... ,... 1Vabash College ............. XV1-stern Reserve University Colby College ............. -. . University of 1Vashington University of Akron ....... University of Cincinnati ......... University of l'itt'sburgh ........... Washington and Jefferson College .... Denison College .................... University of Chicago ............ University of Nebraska ....... Southern Methodist University .. Washington and Lee Unive1'sity .. Vanderbilt Unive1'sity .......... Colorado Agricultural College Michigan Agricultural College University of Colo1'ado ........ Ohio State University Hamilton College Trinity College ............... North Carolina State College .... ...Kansas State College ........ ALUMNI CHAPTERS Dallas, Texas Denver, Col. Detroit, Mich. Calesburg. Ill. llarrisburg, Pa. l'Iarttord, Conn. Indianapolis, Ind. Los Angeles, Cal. Montgomery, Ala. New York City, N. Philadelphia. Pa. 1'ittsburgl1, Pa. Providence, R. I. Rochester, N. Y. San Francisco, Cal. St. Louis, Mo. Seattle, WVash. Wllkesbarre, Pa. 1916 1916 1916 1916 1917 1917 1917 1917 1918 1918 1918 1918 1918 1918 1918 1918 1918 1918 1918 1918 1918 1918 1918 1918 1918 1918 1919 1919 1919 1919 1920 1920 1921 1921 1922 1922 1922 1923 1923 1924 1924 1924 1924 "!f'f1'-W , One!Hundred Fifty Eighl QORIPUAMMED L9Zg77Zd i' 'Q-v9 mf 4,4-1 nv. ,. . ,im n --1 Tag ff, , ' -Eiuifv,-, .p 45.1-:fi IM 4 gsm' f,.z'Q fl' L' -5,-e.e, ' 'w 55 Q 'I '0,f!.3"i Founded at the University of Vincennes 1 8 9 7 ,g x f l X 1 CC 121121: MME-D1 f SIGMA PI FRA 'l'li IGS IN FA fl ll I Xl'A'l71'l Colors Nu Chapter lNS'l'l'l'll'l'l'Ill l1llS l.AVl'1NlJl'Ili AIN ll NVlII'I'l'l Jf'1'11lm'11.ity Oryrm 'l'lll'1 l+lM1'IllAl.lJ ,.. 1'1'111'. xvlllilllll I". lun Dr, l1.l1J11l1 ld. 'Kl'OSf.E0 Artllm' 0. Il01'11 NVil1i11111 F. Diller Rulmert P. Snyelvr Rnlrc-1't D. Sfl!Wlll't Curl F. Lum.: .lolm A. Clooper Edfrnl' V. Sl.3lllt0l1 Riclmrrl F. Fisher l1'.llA'l'l'lli 'IN HMM INARIU Willizlm ll. ll1'11l'l' l"liA'l'lil'IS IN AUAIWIMIA 1925 l':2ll'l M. I'I01llllIl2lll 1T2lllll'1 K. Shirvy William J. 1,l'l!llll0ll 1026 Alllll'0NV M. Wiley 1927 IHll'lllS II. Delho Hr11y11:11'1l N. Frey fl 928 A1l'1'c1l S. Heller PLEDGES Elmer E. I-Ii,Q,'l1be1rge1' Robert C. Myers S11111111-l M. llzuu-lc II1u'ol1l E. S1-111111111 Jlosepll Il. l'u111'ose NVilli11111 I. 1'l'Ullllll3lll Gc-or1.:e XV. IJl'lli'k0lllllll1l!1' Norville E. S1101-11111ke1' Ilnrvey J. Smith One Hundred Sixty ,f x f 1. P Y , 1 'KCORIPL MMR Jr SIGMA PI DISIJZO 'l'ROU'I'MAN COOPICH ill'lI,i.lCR FRICY DII.Ll'lR DRIENNICN SIIUISMAKICR LONG PROP. LONG DRUCKliNMlI,I.l'lll IIAUCK HONAMAN SHAMAN SIIIRICY IIURN SNYDER S'l'liWAR'l' WILEY CHA PTICR ROLL . . .1897 . . .1908 . . . 1.908 . . .1909 . .1909 . . .1910 . .1912 . . .1912 Aiphai lhnivorsity oi' Vilwoiilws .. Gnninm . . . Ohio Shih- Ihiivorsity . . . . l'hi ... . . . Ihiivursity ol' Illinois ..... Ili-ltn . ...Ih1ivm'sit'y of Punnsylvaniiu ' Kappa . . . fl'1-niplo Univvrsity ..... . . . Epsilon . . . Ohio Iinivorsity ....... ... Zum .. . . . Ohio N0l'i'll0l'll University Etta . . . . . . Plll'llll0 University ....... ............ . . . . . . . I iii bil .N li " Hifi' I IIIfllillilIillllillllllilllnu 1 4 ,f fwfm , if i One Hundred Sixty One li 4 Uh E Xllf iv v 1 H ' lr. if 5' 'lf il' " 4. '-'- .F ,HV . -. . ' Ali M ig V' 'V" W M img., W 4 V- if X 5:51 1 " 'rf Theta . . . Iota .... Lunlhdu . .. Mu ..... Nu ..... Omieron . . Pi ...... Rho ..... Sigma . .. Tam ..... Upsilon . . . Chi .... Psi ......... Omega ....... Alpha-Alpha . . . Steubenville, Ohio Philudelpllia, Pu. Cleveland, Ohio ICGRIPII MME' J SIGMA PI CHAPTER ROLL . . . . l'ennsylvm1iu State College . . . . . . . University of California . . . . ....Kenyo11 College . . ...Cornell University .... . . . . . . . . . . Franklin und Mnrshull College .. . .Tulane University . . . . . . . . .. ... .University of Utnh ........... . . . ..NIJ1'tll Carolina State College . .....Iowa State College . . ...University of 1Viseonsin 1 . . . . . . . . . University of Southern California . . . . . . . University of Pittslmrgh . . . . . . . . . ....Elll01'y University .......... . . .. . . Oregon Agricultural College . . . . . ..University of Michigan ...... ALUMNI CHAl'TE1tS . . .1912 . . .1913 . . .1915 . . . . ..191T . .. .1918 . ...1920 . ..1920 . . .1921 . . . .1922 ...1922 . . .1923 . . . ...1923 . . ..1924 . . .1924 . . .1924 Uliicngo, Ill. Vincennes, Ind. 1'ltfSbll1'gll, Pu. Sun lf'1'nneiseo. Cul. Los Angeles, Cal. One Hundred Sixty Two CC ORIPUAMME DD ,Defm Sigma P121 F ddtt 63+ g fh 1999 N B - ' ' l '-Ccomnr Mmm J I DELTA SIGMA PHI L Upsilon 4' ATICR IN l"Al'l'l 'l'A'l'l" I IR Ifhlwin R. Wm-:wa-1' Weldon M. Mym-rs Ilnrolll S. Butz Glunn II. Forum-II 1101-Iwrt II. Slilllgll Ilunim-I 131-rtolut Ulmrlos .IQ-l'I'rim-s TIICUKIUFU I. Childs I. llldwyu George 1'1'ul'. IC. I.. I,:11lc-znstl-1' I"RA'l'RI'IS IN AUAIJICMIA 1025 u'IIl'INI0l'0 L. Hill U. Gm-Igor Slwrts 1926 I"ruuIc P. Krebs 1927 Marvin R. ldvuns .lusvpll N. I4l'illIllll'll f'llIII'IL'S Ruclmmn PLEDGES .Izunos R. AIIIIGITSOII Iil!lll10t1l O. Thomas .I. Robert Shank Chapter lNS'IfITL"FlCD 15115 Colors NILIG GRICICN AND WIfII'1'IC Fraternity Organ TIIIC UARNATIUN I-I:u'1'y .l. Pickle .Iosvph Il. Mctklslccy .lolm 1'. Wise II. Iflllgxn-110 Slmuh Harold E. Sc11ncITcr Willinm E. Hahn I'unl II. Lcinhucll Donn McCOIIougI1 Tlmnms F. Zellner Robert L. Chamberla One Hundred S in ixty Four Y'l:3T':'I 11fl1Qo1z1121.' MME-3 f DELTA SIGMA PHI SIIAUB CHILDS I3I'1R'I'0I,I'I'l' IIAIIN FI'INNl'1l.l. SCIIAl'IFl'l'IIl JICIFFRIIQS MuCOI.I,0lIGII EVANS IIILI. BUTZ MUCASKICY WHISI-I HACIIMAN P. I.l'IINI!ACIl PROP. I.ANCAS'I'l'1R I'ICKI.I'I SIll'lII'l'S NVIQAVICR SLAUGII MYICHS .I. I.I'IINl3Af1Il Alpha .. .. Gllllllllll . .. Epsilon . .. Em ..... Iota, . . . Kappa . . IAIIIIINIII. .. . Mu ...... Nu ...... Umiuron . . Rho .... Signm . . . One Hundred Sixty Five ...- l'TI'IA1"1'l'IR ROLL . . . . Collage of tho City of Now York ... . Now York lhlivorsify . . . . . . . . . . ..l'011usy1v:u1i:1 Shim Uollugo . . . . .. ..IIl1iv01'sity of 'Fuxus . . . . .... . ....ITnivc1'sity of CIIICIIIIO IInivc1'sity of Pollllsylvznlial ....Al:1h:1m:1 1'olyt'om-lmic IIISHIZIIII' .. SOIltIl0l'll Mvtllodist University .. . . . .1899 . . H1903 . . . .1903 . . ...1904 .. . .1905 .. . .1908 . . . .1915 . . . .1910 . . ..NVny110slu11'g College . . . . . . . .. . . . .1910 ....U11111lu-rlzllul lT11iv01'siiiy ....... ....1912 ....Nm-t'l1 fI2ll'0IIll2l Shllzc Collvgv ........................191.5 . . ..Thiul Uollvgrc ...................................... M1915 'WE me ill ff IVF 9 Miazfl f MMI F ll i I l l S " - . 1 I sh 1 .Iliff-I-I ' 'EIL Zgllyw rf:-'-'1g1?1 r' I EV , f A' . 2- 14 CCORIPL' MME' I f DELTA SIGMA Pl-II o1A1A1'w1an ROLL Tau .... . . ..Hi1lsdale College ............ . . .1915 Illilfzniwl .. .... University of Culiforniu ...... ...1915 Upsilon .. .... Franklin und lilurslmll College ...1915 Phi ..... .... S t. Louis University ......... .. .1916 Chi . . . .... Tulane University ........... . . .1916 Psi ........ .... X Vofforil College ........... . . .1916 Omega ,,,,,, ,,,, I ,lniversity of 1'ittshurgl1 .. . .. .1916 A1phu.Alphu , , , ,, University of Illinois ....... . . .1919 A113113-1301151 , , , , ,,Boston University ........... . . .1920 Alpllil-Gllllllllil .... Georgia School of Technology . . .1920 Alplm-Delta , , , ,,Uuiversity of North Carolina . . . .1920 Alpllu-Epsiloii .... Trinity College .............. . . .1920 Alpha-Zeta .... .... A lfred University ........... . . .1920 Alplm-Em , , , .,.. Ohio Northern University ' . . . . . .1920 Alpha-Theta .. . .... University of Michigan ..... . . .1920 Alpha-lotu ..... .... O hio State University .... .. ..1920 Alplm-Kappa . . . . . University of XVisconSin . . . . . H1920 Alphu-Lalnbda . . ..JIllll0S Millikin University . . .. .1921 Alpha-Mu ..... .... l lniversity of Virginia . . . . . .1921 Alplm-Tau .... .... A lhion College .......... . . .1917 Alpha-Nu ...... .... I Jglethorpe University ...... . . .1922 Alpha-Omicron .... McGill University ............ . . .1922 Alphu-Pi ....... .... li flichigun Agricultural College . . .1923 Alplm-Signlu .. .... University of Ma1'yla1ncl ...... .. .... 192-L Alpha-Rho .. .... University of Colorado ...... .... J H1924 ALUMNI UIIAPTICRS Dulles Uliicngo l'l1iluclclpl1iu. New York NVuynesbu1'g New Orleans Phoenix Washington St. Louis Sun Francisco Charlotte Atlanta One Hundred Sixty Six 5' -s QORIPIIAMMED hi Kappa Tau if 'Y f:!j ,U I, T ' Founded at Miami University 1 9 0 6 ,g x ,,,f' ' CCORIFII MMR' P f Prof. Willium IC. Wvisg.:m'lmo1- l1'1'a1meis S. Gorhoi' John F. Kibblvi' Willinm C. Brnmlmcll Hmvnrd R. Ensoi' Algoiwlus N. Clioloclon Uurinio L. Croitz Jul-k H. Sllinllle Horlwrt ff. Moyer IIIll'l'y J. Recd Nuvin H. Rupp PHI KAPPA TAU Xi Chapter lNS'l'l'l'l"l'I'Ilb 15121 Colors X HARVARD ICICI? AND ULIB GULID 1f'rzLtm'11 i fy Oryrm THE LAITRICL FRATRICS IN l1'AGUL'l'ATIC Killurlvs A. Sports l'1'nt'. l'nul A. Limhcrt FRATRICS IN AUADEMIA 1925 Ilownrcl IJ. Jcl'l'l'i0s l+'l'01lvi'ic-k D. Eysfol' UiIll'l'lllTC J. Sollu 1926 Nvlllblll' 121. Slmmkcr Al'fillll' W. Eiscnlmrt J. Philip Sclwm-lc Aums G. Kunklc ll. 1fll'il3l1'fi Tnylur 1927 Ellwniwl J. Iftblllllli J ack NV. I'Iill'll1i'lll Alton 1'. Gvry lflunjzunin M. 1Vil'lI'l0l' PLICDGES Orville G. Mnntz lmwis H. Rupp 1vllll3li'0 J. McComb 1'lmrlc-s IG. Aclwsml Maurice ll. lioutluwy One Hundred Sixty Eighi ' x x l g .,,--,.,.,..,. ,-. 5 o r 1 9C9 IZIFL MMEQ C PHI KAPPA TAU WI'l'lVlliR IIARMAN BRUMBACII TAYLOR CICSS KUNKICL SCIIENCK I'Il.EDEN ENSOR GIERY CRICITZ PROF.Wl'IISGl'IliliI'Ili MIEIIHING IEISICNIIAIVI' DONALD SLONAKICH .IICFFRIICS KIBLI-IR ICYS'l'l'IR Gl'IRl3l'lR SPOIIN SIIINDLIC Alpha .. Beta . . . fillllllllfl .. Delta .... Epsilon .. Zeta .... Eta .. I Dhutu .. One Hundred Sixty Nine CIIAPTICR RULIJ . Mizuml U11ivu1'sit'y .. ....0l1io University ...... . . ..0l1i0 Shift- lilllVl'l'Sl1,X . . . . . . . f70lltl'0 College . . . . . . . . .. . . Mount: Union Unllugv .. . . . . Ullivvrsity ol' Illinois . ....Alllill0lliN'l'2' Collogv ...... . . ..Tl'llllNylV2llllll U11ive1'sit'y .. . . . 1906 . . .1910 . . .1912 . . .191-L . . .1915 . . .1916 . . .1918 . . .1919 "" "U" 'i'4 llllllllliilill I I l uflllllllllllilllll , - ,- -' u -ns 5 NIIIIIM' ,. 'W ,. f ,f Q- A ff - fl -If lv,- QKMM IIIIIIIIIIIIIIII ' 1p1iQ- i' 1.1 Q1 II f ' 557 raw' ' If Q , ERIPHAMMED Iota .... Kappa .... lyainhrla . . Mu ..... Nu ..... Xi ......... lhnicron . . . Pi Rho .... Sigma . . Tau .... Upsilon . . Chi ..... Phi . .. Psi Uniega ....,.. Alpha-Alpha .. Alpha-Beta .... Alpha-Gannna . Alpha-Delta Akron, Ohio Allentown, Pa. Ann Al'llfll', Mich. liosron, Mass. PHI KAPPA TAU CHAPTER ROLL . . . Coe College ............. . . . . .. Kentucky State University . . . . . .. Poirclue University ..... . . . . . . . Lawrence College ......... . . . University of California ...... ..Frankliu and Marshall College . .. Pennsylvania State College .... . . . University of Southern California . ...Rensselaer Polytechnic ,institute Syracuse University ....... . . .. .. ..University of Michigan . . . . . . .. ...Nebraska Wesleyan University . North Carolina State College . . Bethany . .................... . .. University of Colorado ....,. . . . . University of NVisconsin . . . . . . ..Michigan Agricultural College .. New York University ......... ....1919 ....1920 ....1920 ....1920 ....1921 .....1921 1922 . . . ..... 1922 .. . . .1922 . . . . .1922 1922 .. . .1923 ....1923 ...H1923 .....1923 ....1924 .....1924 .....1924 .....1924 . . . .. University of Delaware . . . . . . . . . . Case School of Applied Science . ..... 1924 ALUMNI CI'IAl"l'l'lliS Chicago, Ill. New York City, N. Y. Cleveland. Ohio Philadelphia, Pa. Detroit, Mich. San Francisco, Cal. Kansas City, Kansas One Hundred Seventy X N e"'f o1z1P1:AMME3 A Plzmdzke Club ' ' . ,, .L 7 A F l , "X, I W' V A Us Ag ,FQ fi - .'-V. ' ' . , f 5. 1 I , , A I, . K V, , , . , .X n x, V ,-2 KZ . , ,A v . j. , V A , . yr , Founded at Franklin and Ma1'shall College 1 8 9 6 Y 1 CCOIZIPLAMME' J W PARADISE CLUB Dr. Pvtvr M. Ilalrhulzl l"I'Illlk IJ. Slifvl' I.uwl'vm'u Y. Faust Hurt A. Hollrvns Robert L. I'IIll'lliSh l'vfur H. Nisslvy U. Hurry Kehm FRATRIGS IN IFAUULTATE l'n-of. .l. Nm-vin S1-Ima-t'I'm-1' l"llA'l'RICS IN SEMINAR I0 l'I1lwau'1l 0. linflmfslcy FICATRES IN ACAIJICMIA 1925 John A. Funk Earl G. Wolford 1926 llulwrf II. GOI'lllll't Dun Millm' 1'nul II. Ulrich 1927 I-I. Milton Rode .lnsuph E. Lnuck 1928 Paradise Club l"4II'Nlbl'llb1S!NS flulfws tlRl'TI'IN ANI! H1 31.11 l'roi'. f'll2ll'll'S IC. Mym-rs William Y. G4-lnllaml lic-hm R. Lulu-k G. lI:11'ul4l NVils0n xvillilllll Toth .hm-pll R. Rmu-k J. Paul Kchm One Hundred Seventy Two F -L f if ......H -,M--Y AA-N , r . , QC RIPI.. MME D W nu Am PARADISE CLUB GICNIIAIKIY ULRICII D. IVIILLICR J. LAUCK FAUST ll. LAUCK PNOI7. SCIl,'U'1l"Fl'1H DH. HARUOLD PROP. lll'1I.I.l':R HANCK IIAHNISII '1'U'l'll NISSLICY W0l.l"0liID lH'1llHl'1NS WILSON FUNCK 5,5-5 , X , I m Q Q I ,t f - -- .1 f X ill one Hundfed Sevenfl' Thfee ullll ll l l ll lll l l -Emi. 'uwuumun VK Y A g53:g:g:gag.g-mb: - ' 5245 1. 'ie " 'Q-'.-.wchr-. X X X- ICG I?.IPL'AMME'D f ' KOOSER GARRIGUES TAYLOR KICRR WILEY FAUST POLACK IiYS'I'l'1ll I'ISIILl'llVl AN WILSON HILL IIONAM AN SClIIiFl"liR AI'l'l'IL PM lfrlpprl fSiynm C. H. Iloovur 1'. A. Kunkel l'l:i Niynm .lfnpfm R. NV. Schcffcr A. S. Kerr Dollar Sigma PM T. L. Ilill II. ll. Sluugh Inter-Fraternity Council f'l'l?NiIIl?lIff.' E. M. IIONAMAN IIf!'l'-l'l'l'NIlf071f.' T. L. IIILL Sr'v1'fvIrn'y.' 0. H. WALBUIQN 7'r'uaszn'm': U. ll. Iloovlvre Phi lam Phi MEMBERS Phi U. II. XVIIIIIIIPII T. ll. Appel Hula UM Alpha J. I-I. Kooscr G. lt. EHIIIOIIIZUI .lfupim TIMI, F. D. Iiysfvl' Il. R. Talylor l'hi ,IIVIIIIIHL Psi IG. ll. IIHlI'l'IS3.flll'S A. V. Polack Sigma Pi E. M. Illomlmnll A. M. NVilcy Club l'm'rn7'i.w: L. Y. Faust G. ll. Wilson One Hundred Seventy Four ' 'M' QGIZIPIIAMMED " Phi Beta Kappa F dd WZ! dM yCll 776 CC ORIPUAMME DJ A PHI BETA KAPPA Theta Chapter of Pennsylvania INSTITUTED 1908 HONORARY SCHOLASTIC FRATERNITY Fraternity Organ THE PHI BETA KAPPA KEY OFFICERS President: JOHN A. NAUMAN, EsQ.'1' Vice-President: DR. H. M. KLEIN W. P. Hosterman, R. C. Zecher, M. R. Wehr, F. H. Struass, W. E. Cehman, C-. W. Strauss, B. M. Werlcheiser, E. L. Shirk, "' Deceased-f' ff ff, I ,f 1' f' ,.f,.4ff A ' . FKA? 1 43' I A 1111 fllll11111111IIIIIWIHIIIIllllllllllallllllllllllll ,F f ::' 12' L' ' I , ,.f f-in . - Secretary-Treasurer: PROP. W. E. WEISGERBER EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE I-Ion. W. I-I. Keller Dr. A. V. Heister Dr. P. M. Harbolcl Dr. E. E. Kresge MEMBERS INITIATED IN JUNE, 1924 1879 1924 1924 1924 1924 1924 1924 1924 FROM THE SENIOR CLASS One Hundred Seventy Six " "'H4 CCORIPIIAMME DJ 'Q ' Phi Upsilon Kappa U! EI3 fIv'I"K1 CII' in' F dd F kl dM 1920 hucug ' ' "Y" Y 1 'CORIPL MMED ROSIENBICRGICII 'l'0'I'lI GICIXIIAPIIJ IIIQIIIIICNS KIQIIR IIliRBS'I'liII KNOLI, SIIONTZ IDANA GICII3 STICIN NI Sl INI VANDI'IVI'IRI'I DH. KIIICSGIC VVIICAND LAMM MII.I.liII Phi U psilon Kappa HONORARY CHRISTIAN SERVICE FRATERNITY H. li. Wim-und L. K. Milli-1' R. S. Vnmlovvru ll. Ii. Ilzumn Ii. A. liulwvns G. A. Uruitz A. XV. Iiurluy J. K. I-lm-1'y.:111a111 C. I-I. Curl U. K. Lim-htvmvnlnur ' K. D. I40llHSII01'f I". E. Luclls 45 tlriqx. -iw if J I IW. IG. li. Krvsgv Sl'lI'0NlJ lblfltllilfllfl MIGMIIIGIIS II. II. G0l'Il2lI'd .l. A. S. Km-rr ' .I. A. J. Knoll I" .l. 'I'. N4-slinu H F. A. KONl'llIll'l'f.'Il'l.' .l. Il. A. HIIOIIIZZ W Fl RST I JICI I Ii IC IG M ICM I IIGRS W. I. 'I'ronf1nnn U. I. IC. GI'0l'g'0 1' l. II. Swupu l'. II. S. Sllllv IC. A. Il. II3ll'llIlllI't NV Ii. II. IIUIIIIIIIIJL' IJ li. S. Iiroflf Al II In ROI IIUNUIRAIIY SICUUNIJ llICGRl'II'l MICMHICII Ii. Slvin Truxul A. Damn 0. G4-ilu IIl'l'IISIA0l' IUIII Wingvrlz . llllflimmnl Won vor . Allgsfault IC SIN-014-y . .I. G1Il'Iil'IIIHllCIl 1 ml Im :xml Nlznxh 1ll I ol 1010 f01f.,llIl IIIIIIQINIIW 1994 One Hundred Seventy Ezght I vu ,l. I I w,:--wsliiiig ..I"': Q' I : T 101.50 A ,TQ-+.-. ....,, . - , . . K . A .... .. ....... .-if "'N I ....-4- n . I . .. x J . x . -K lf' I 'MII Y' 45 -. "W "" ' "CO1ZIPIIAMMED"" "" Tam Kappa 14401241 I M7 'fb T1 Nay I F dd Id pl Id 1205 M ICOIZIPIIAMME DJ TAU KAPPA ALPHA Franklin and Marshall Chapter INSTITUTED 1923 HONORARY ORATORICAL AND DEBATING FRATERNITY OFFICERS President: G. A. CREITZ Secretary-Treasurer: P. M. LIMBERT M EM BERS IN FACULTY Dr. P. M. Harbold , Dr. P. N. Landis Dr. A. V. Heister Prof. P. M. Limbert Dr. H. M. Klein Prof. N. Schaeffer MEMBERS IN SEMINARY E. O. Butlcofslcy C. B. Marsteller W. Y. Gerhard H. Naftsinger MEMBERS IN COLLEGE H. Budd H. H. B. Noss F. D. Eyster S. H. Titus, Jr. A. S. Kerr W. Toth f 7 f ffz .L One Hundred Eighty I MFL! I 9 ' IL ,L Y. QA- BGOK V Athletics 'T H E1GomI21.'AmMI1:D7 A Wearers of the Varsity Monogram Baseball P. D. CRAGIN S. H. YOHN J. CRAGIN R. H. ROBERTS A. V. POLACK W. H. SCHMIDT T. I. CHILD W. P. MURPHY C. J. SPOHN Traclg S. M. HAUCK ' H. A. DEHAVEN P. H. BRENNEMAN T. O. AMELIA F. DeP. ROTHERMEI. Tennis H. E.. WEIAND G. H. STEIN M. E. LEFEVRE A. E. RUSH D. S. STROEBLE One Hundred Eighty One Football J. E. GEESEY P. D. CRAGIN S. H. YOHN J. CRAGIN P. A. KUNKEI. H. A. DEHAVEN R. H. ROBERTS E. B. GARRIGUES G. BROWN H. O. SCOTT W. H. LEWIS W. B. LEHMAN B. N. ZIMMERMAN V. B. FAUST T. I. CHILD O. J. SCHNEEBELI M. A. LEWIS F. K. WASHICK W. H. SCHMIDT G. S. RUTH CMgr.J Baslgetlaall P. D. CRAGIN S. H. YOHN J. CRAGIN E. B. GARRIUES R. H. ROBERTS T. G. GLASS F. S. GERBER F. K. WASHICK W. P. MURPHY R. DEHAVEN S. H. BROWN J. C. TRUXAL C Wrestling P. A. KUNKEL R. P. SNYDER W. H. MANTZ O. T. HORNER Mgr D. R. McCUI.I.OUcH H. D. KAHLEY L. NIOORE. 7 , -e Qcomn: Mmm 1 Charles W. Mayser Athletic Director Franklin and Marshall is fortunate in having a man of Coach lVlayser's type at the head of the athletic department, a coach who is first of'all a "man's man." In his two years here "Uncle Charlie" has regained the enviable place in the hearts of the faculty and students that he enjoyed when he coached at F. and lVl. a decade ago, turning out some of the best teams ever to wear the Blue and White. Coach Mayser is giving his best to regain for Old Nevonia her former high standing in all phases of inter-collegiate athletics, and at the same time has begun a comprehensive program of "athletics for every student." To build winning teams from green material is next to impossible, but we feel confident that once Coach lVlayser has his system going cor- rectly better F. and M. teams will compete in all branches of athletics. The successful development of the wrestling team indicates what time and -expert coaching will do. We have faith in the coach and know the college will profit greatly from his expert tutelage. Mr. Mayser personally coaches football, wrestling and track, and has complete charge of all athletics. l One Hundred Eighty Two ni- CC RIPL' MMR' D f Harry D.VWeller Assistant Athletic Director Cmicli Wt-llvr, who cmiclics lmslu-thnll und hnso- lmli. 1-anno tn Franklin nnd Mnrslnlll ns assist- nnt concli Inst full. Hu has nn onvinhh- 1'm-mul us nn zithlt-tic tliroc-tor, and has 1ll'tlV0ll his worth hy piloting tho lrnskvthnll il'lllll tln'nng.:h n sum-eossfnl sa-nsun. While ut Lum-a1st'vr Iligh Sclmol, Mr. XVvllt'r tznrnod out 1-linlnpionship tt-:uns in fouthnll nnd lmslu-thnll. und st-c-im-ml thu l't'lllIf7lfi0ll of in-ing ai. vm-ry shrt-wd nwntor. During.: tho pnst sm-nson. limnlit-upiwd with gm-vii inntt-rinl just us in fontlmll. ln- rmnnlwl out n wt-ll-hnlnnc-1-tl cargo colnhinntiml. and nlso th-- rvloputl n gnml lmsclmll tuaun in tht- spring. This hns hovn at gmail record for nny man-li in his Iirst yt-nr. und wv vnn coniitluntly oxlwa-t grvaiti things trmn ".h1l:c." C. Paul Myers Supervising Manager of Athletics Mninugvr Mya-rs wus thu vit-tim of nn unfor- tnnnlu ut-vitlt-1111 this spring, wht-n hu wus run down hy nn nutoinnhilu nt IN-nn Sqnnru Into in Mnrt-h. Ilo Slli'i'l'l't'ti st-rinns intvrnnl injnrivs, :ind wus l't'lll0Yt'tt in St. .lust-ph's Ilnspitnl. hut ni thv time ot' writing: hu is 1-1-luwtq-ti to hu out ul' tinngzt-r :intl l'0l'tlX'l'l'ill5.f. For yt-nrs tho lan-k ol' uxpt-rt Sll1N'l'ViSi0ll of uthlm-tic llHlllll1,.ZUllll!llt wus kt-only fm-lt. 14111011 your tht- new llllllliiy.Yt'l' in urvry sport had to lwlrn ull thu in und outs of the business and of his lHll'i'il'll13ll' spurt, with surions inisnnumgc- nn-nt utton rt-snltingr. Tho oiiit-v ul' supt-1-rising: nn1nan.:vr was c-l't-nit-tl Inst spring to till the need, nntl U. l'. Myt-rs wus chosen as thu lirst. 1-Ie grznlnntt-tl in 1924, :intl was one ot' thu most viii- t-it-nt fouthull nnunigvrs in thu history of the vnlla-gc during: his ninit-ry.:i'anlnnt'u 4-arocr. One Hundred Eighty Three f t We capri-o1z1P1: MMP:-D Football THE SEASON To summarize the I924 grid season in the one word "failure" on the face of the record would be unfair, because at times the team showed flashes of power that speak well for the future. A green team, the eleven showed the usual. characteristic of a green team. Against the more powerful opponents they fought like tigers, but when oppo- nents of our own class appeared, there was usually a slump. Three wins, one tie and five losses compose the record, for lOl points scored by F. ancl M. against I54 by her opponents. Training camp was held before school opened at Kamp Kiwanis to get the can- didates in condition, and hopes ran high. Unparalleled confidence was placed in Coach Mayser, but no coach is a miracle man and can produce a wonderful team from green material in one year. Some forty candidates reported, including a fair sprinkling of veterans. Football hopes received their first blow with the news that Don Cragin, ex- captain and star back, had injured his neck and would be unable to play this season. Albright College appeared as usual to open the season on the home field. Coach Benfer's eleven soon took the form of a formidable obstacle to be overcome, for at half time the score stood 7 to 0 in their favor. In the second half, however, the Blue and White came back and a sweeping attack, with Childs, a veteran of two years ago featur- ing, gave F. and M. the game on a 2l-7 count. For the first time in ten years since the memorable year of l9l5 when the Blue and White walloped the powerful Penn team, a lVlayser-coached team invaded Franklin Field to give battle to the mighty Red and Blue. F. and M. has always been expected to give Penn a hard battle, and they did, as usual. For three long periods the green F. and lVl. eleven held the Red and Blue for a lone touchdown. But again superior substitutes de- cided the count, and a deluge in the fourth quarter shot the score up to 27-0 in favol' of Penn. F. and lVl.'s moments of glory came when Child interrupted a Penn pass in the shadow of the goal posts and raced to midfield before overtaken, and duplicated the feat again later in the game. The next game, with Dickinson, on foreign soil, was disastrous. The team played miserably until the last quarter, when a last minute spurt earned a lone touchdown, the final sc e standing 20-7 iri favor of Dickinson. ISS W, if One Hundred Eighty Four gin ' Ng. T Nfl: , . fl a A f s 05 1,6125 ' . XR. . ' A W u-LM, Z' 1 ' H i mpg Muni The 1924 fn 'i.Tucli" lleesey. Captain Geesey nthnll tenm wns very nhly led hy Cnptuin Il tau-kle of three years' experience und an lighter every int-h of him. .Inek eume from York Iligh. und won :1 rn down ever sine to whistle .lnel his hrillinnt 'l'lmnksgiring.: um-tmseimis. LEIIIIIUS, hut he rsity herth the lirst yenr, which he held -e. either ut g.1unr1l or tnekle. Fl'0Il1 whistle c mire the hest tlmt wus in him. und closed grid eureer with n wonderful gaune on Imy. plnyingi: until cnrried frum the iield An injured spine kept him out of u few, mnde up for his uhsenee when he did plny. ,A , ily, h Captain-Elect Kunkel "Tiny" surely deserved the lumor of lending: the grid teum next yeur. tloniingr to college with hut: little foothull knowledg.:e. he mnde good the iirst yenr und for thc pnst two yeurs hns haul u regulnr herth on the line, either ut guurd nr talekle, slurwinp: his hest ut the lntter position. When it: eomes to scrapping Tiny is right there. Besides pluying rursity fonthull Kunkel wrestles in the henryweight elnss with the malt squud und lms also eurncd his letter in this spurt. XVe predict sm-cess for the 1925 grid tenm with sueh u enpnhlc lender, e, S PW -43,3 Ns. ti x ' S1 V ii J- af"' one Hundred Eighty Five ,J . - xl,Q w- .. A in Lu, tt"QOIZIPL'AMMED ' Juniata proved an easy victim the next week on Williamson Field, the yellow jer- seyed players going down in a 27-0 defeat. Vollmer, a new addition to the squad, starred with two touchdowns to his credit. The season probably reached its lowest ebb for the Blue and White the following week, when the Cardinal and Gray of the strong Muhlenberg team appeared on the local gridiron. Led by the scintillating Borrelli, the Allentown collegians ripped through the line, flashed around the ends and forward passed to their hearts' content, easily winning with a 37-0 score. F. and M. faced the cream of small college football in this contest. Then came the great comeback. On the eve of an almost hopeless invasion of the stamping grounds of the undefeated Rutgers eleven, the team was shaken up. DeHaven and Malcolm, ends, were called into the backfleld. Minus the services of Captain Geesey and Joe Cragin, and flashing a marvelous air attack, the Blue and White outplayed Rutgers on their field for three periods, actually leading the Scarlet 6-2 at one time. The halftime score was 9-6 in favor of Rutgers, but a rally by Rutgers closed the going at 30-6, although F. and M. made ten first downs, eight by passing, against fifteen for Rutgers. Flushed with the good showing at Rutgers, the same revamped eleven outplayed Swarthmore for three periods the next week on Williamson Field, scoring early in the second quarter, only to have a desperate final spurt by the Garnet tie the score 6-6. The Ursinus game, played in a driving rain at Norristown, resulted in a clean-cut 27-0 victory for Coach Mayser's charges. A touchdown before the opening whistle had diecl away paved the way for a score in each period. The team excelled in every depart- ment of the game. The Thanksgiving classic with our traditional rivals, Gettysburg, was disastrous. The teams met on even terms, and F. and M. registeredtwo first downs at once. Then like a flash came the break. Yohn, playing defensive quarter, played a punt safe, only to have the umpire rule that he had touched it, and a Gettysburg linesman scooped it up for a touchdown. The bad decision took the heart out of the Blue and White, and Gettysburg won 27-7, a desperate rally giving the Blue and White a lone score in the final minutes. F5 - N' gl 6 swf! W7 47.0-s,m One Hundred Eighty Six rl' -. M, X if I f -' A xx!! all ss' . .. ' "Q ,,,' wi-lx, 'Z' ' " ' ':3 'Q0RII7L' MMHD F11 fi? G. S. RU1'll M anngar SAMUEL YOIIN ,JOE CRAGIN Qzlnrlcl-lmvlr Jlqlflmf-If IIOWAHD 56.01 I' lim! EDXNAHD GARRIGUES - VlNc:IiN'1' FAUST . G"""'I Guarrl X-l-1 A HQQZOIFD Di:HlJVEN - I7 efiffaaoe ' f JOHN LOWELL. WILLIAM LEWIS fm! Guard -Zsckfe RICHAQD Qoaams Mares H AL L PAYNQ fad . Cenfer M A LCO L M fdvfbach K X x Co ' K Tmiooosae CHILD ERNAQD ZIMMEQMAN Wnusufa LEHMAN Guard 5116666 MICHAEL Lewis Jygfd I Fmwsc A HICIC' Ono S H E ffswiggcg f!aff.2sfc'2E8 LI A, ,N . ,. .Jn X 4- X KC IZIPII MME- le Football Awards This year, instead of the regular testimonial banquet, gold footballs and letter cer- tificates for the varsity men in football, sweaters bearing the monogram were presented to the nineteen varsity men and the manager. The sweaters are coat style, without col- lars, of heavy blue wool. with a chinchilla monogram on the left breast. A white ser- vice stripe for football is on the right arm, with blue stars to indicate more than one year of varsitiy service, with a gold star for captaincy. Similar stripes, of different color, are added for each other varsity sport, with stars to designate extra years of service. Only one sweater may be awarded to a man during his college course. The nineteen carsity men pictured and the manager were thus rewarded. The scrubs were alsd rewarded with second team sweaters, which were of the same style as the varsity sweaters, but of a lighter texture. The legend "2nd" is affixed below the monogram, and there is no service stripe. All football men will be similarly awarded in the future. The new plan will be much more popular than the old method of awards and banquets. Second team sweaters were awarded to the following: Troop I"nm'k Zn-lim-1' linrk Glass St-In-ml: Snyder lt. lit-llnvori Gvrlmur l.m-lu-5' Kvll VUllllll'l' SI'llIll'lll'l'l' Idvnns Cooper Slut-ktou fAss'l'. XILIIZJ 1 ss 6 f 1 , I 'GJQQTNQX One Hundred Ninety -F,-. s his ., U . V f X l J . r , S 7 ll.-sig " . i H vf is-Ll, CCOIZIPIIAMME DY CCDIZIPL' MMR' J f Sophomores 1 x - 1 r ,' rl 1 - 1 A l i 1 l I' 1 i- 91 lNII'lLLO'l"l' Clll'll'I'Z GICRY BUIJD S'I'I'INVAH'l' RI'I'Nl'Ili GROFF A. LOWICLL DHIIAVICN GLASS Mc'MANllS GUARCICLLO DONALD SIIOPF' BIQRTA KALASSAY BLACK KAUFFMAN EVANS MIENZIICS IIUBBIJE LUCIIS Fresh-Soph Football Game The annual Fresh-Soph football game was one of the most thrilling and hotly con- tested in recent years. Both teams were filled with grim determination and a fighting spirit that made the game interesting from start lo Finish. For three periods the battle was waged, with neither team able to score. But near the end of the last quarter Kell fumbled when tackled on an end run, and Evans, the Soph quarter, scooped up the ball and raced fifty yards for the only score of the game. The Fresh fought desperately for the remain- ing minutes but were unable to gain on the triumphant Sophs, who held their own until the linal whistle ended it with the score 6-0. ed DeHaven coached the victorious Sophs, while Mike Lewis and Prof. Truxal direc A the yearlings. In winning the contest the Sophs kept their slate clean, for last - V T' efeated their opponents I0-0. fl ssh 0 1,7-'rw One Hundred Ninety Tivo Nw gh Vi.. ,, li 41 ' R K 9 A 'W' 62 lx sv-Ln, J -MEFF CC ORIPIIAMME DJ ' F Freshmen PROP. 'l'RUXAl,I, P. KICIIM EVANS RICICD SMITH BUCIIEH KICIJ, N. RUPI' BARR M. LIENVIS ll. KILIIM IDOMBACII LOCKIQY IIIGIIBICHGICR NVINICLAND NESS I.. RUPP BACHMAN lllEWI'l"I' THOOP LICIBY VOl.l.Ml'IR SMITII JOHNSON BIEALIC CANN NVOLFIC APl'l,l'I Soplis Menzies . Groff .... Kalassay . . . Berta .... Creitz .. Stewart . . . Bassler . . Evans .... Lowell . . . Ritner ...... . . . ..... . . . . Budd ....................... THE LINE-UP Fresh . . ..I..eft-encl . . . . . ...Appel . . ...Left-tackle . . . . .Cann . . . . Left-guard . . . . . .Lockey . . ..Center ...... ..... N ess . . . .Right-guard . . Cooper . . ...Right-tackle . . . . .Bucher . . ..Riglit-end .... . ...Wolf . . . .Quarterback . . . . .Vollmer . . ..Left-lialfback .... ........... R eecl Right-halfback . J. Kehm Fullback .,..................... Kell Touchclowns, Evans: Substitutions, Sophomores, Mellott, Glass, D 'bf' 5 auffman, Black: Freshmen, L. Rupp, Troop, Barr, Smith, Johnson, 'Wei bach, . Kehm. Referee, May, F.M.A.g Umpire, Geesey, F. and M.: F. and M. Time of quarters, I5 minutes. F' XY' i' One Hundred Ninety Three hi, X Q C 5 lla ' la 22 F We W 3' ' ' i F-.rvr E ,Z 5 "wt 1 .. H W U If A-413 se--We 'OIZIPII MMR' f Basketball THE SEASON In considering the i924-l925 basketball season, we again have to take into consid- eration the fact that a new coach always requires some time to get his system working cor- rectly. Nevertheless, in spite of the fact that this was the first year for Coach Weller, the team won I0 out of I9 games played, which is a very good record, all things taken into consideration. Several veterans from previous years remained, and some promising new material reported for practice. Captain Gerber, Garrigues and Yohn were all veterans, ready to play, and Joe Cragin was also available. Ted Class, a former star, was kept out of the game all season by a bad leg. Among the new men were Troop, Del'laven and Brown, from Lancaster High, Washiclc, from Nanticoke High, and several other prom- ising lads. Roberts and Murphy, comparatively untried men, reported for the pivot positions. Coach Weller elected to carry a large squad, since he did not know his ma- terial and did not know just what to expect from his men. The season opened with an easy win on the local floor, at the Arcade Garage, over Moravian, 42-I6. Over a dozen players were used by the mentor in this contest, which was more of a trial game than anything else. The next game, also at home, was a scoring rampage, Penn State Forestry hnally going down in a 59-40 defeat. These two wins opened the season auspiciously, after a shortrweek of practice for the majority oil the candidates. The annual New England invasion, which was next on the schedule, proved a bit too strenuous for the Blue and White tossers. Trinity, the first opponent, was van- quished I5-S in a slow game. The following evening Weslayan, with an unusually strong team, was victorious 39-27, although the Wellermen gave an exceptionally good account of themselves. Then Brooklyn Polytech nosed out the Blue and White in the ebbing minutes of play 22-Zl, on a bad play, after F. and M. had the game cinched and had resorted to freezing tactics. A loss to Stevens Tech, at Hoboken, again by a one-point margin, I9-I8 hnished the four day campaign and wound up the work for I924. Immediately after the Christmas holidays, the Blue and White started well with a victory over Drexel 34-26, on the home court, but lost the next two games on foreign ors. Lebanon Valley and Muhlenberg, both old rivals, were the conquerors, the or 'ui '- 0 score, and the latter 35-l9. f I .1 f One Hundred Ninety Four We . . ,, 'D I J - J1- vm-M151 ii- " QCORIPUAMME DT 'M' ' A " i"Mii'iM'i' A i COACllWl'Il.l.I'IIi YOIIN MlIRI'llY HUHI-II!'I'S GARlllGlIl'lS BROWN NANAGlil'G'l'RllXAl lJl'IllAVl'1N HUIJIJ KIANTAIN Glilililili WASIIICK TIKOOI' Basketball Team Coach: H. D. WELLER Captain: F. S. GERBER Manager: J. C. TRUXAL Forwards S. H. Yohn R. DeHaven F. K. Washick W. L. Troop Cenlcrs W. P. Murphy R. H. Rober A Guards ,B F. S. Gerber E.. B. Garrigues 'T S. H. Brown XIV - I, WT' One Hundred Ninety Five QL W. , I! e e 5 . 5 Y f " S" fCO1ZIPL MMR' J Then came another spurt, and F. and M. won three in a row, defeating the Uni- versity of Pennsylvania Junior Varsity 37-3l, the University of Delaware 33-l4, and hnally Swarthmore 38-28. In thc last mentioned game, the Blue and White reached che height for the season, for the Garnet quintet had the record of having held Princeton low on the Princeton floor. Gettysburg won out in the final minutes 24-l9 on the Battlefield floor in the next contest, but this loss was compensated by a win over Drexel again, this time on Drexel's floor. Haverford proved too strong in their own territory, however, and won 22-IS. The former defeat at the hands of Lebanon Valley was avenged at home 39-23, and the flashy Carnegie Tech quintet triumphed 43-I9. Gettysburg again proved too strong and repeated their formeil victory, this time 31-26, on the F. and M. floor. The season was brought to a close with an easy 40-22 victory over Albright on the small F. and Nl. gym flocr. The score total for the season places the Blue and White ahead of the game, with 553 points against 493 by the opponents. Captain Gerber was easily the outstanding player. Turlc's regular position is guard, but he was shifted to forward to help fill in the gaps left by the loss of Sammy Yohn and Malcolm. Sammy wrenched his knee badly during the holidays, and although he did figure in several games, his old-time brilliance and steading influence was lost. Wa- shiclc, another flashy forward, suffered a similar injury that crippled his style at mid- season, when he was just reaching the top of his form. Sam Brown in the course of the season developed even mord and rounded out into a fine all-around man, playing a guard position but at times going on a scoring rampage. With the ever steady Ed Garrigues a good defense was perfected, but the forward end was too badly clippled to present a strong offensive. Young Bob Del'laven, although not a strong scorer, played the game from start to finish, and Troop also showed some real flashes. Bill Murphy us- ually stepped into the circle, and Roberts alternated between forward and center. Budd, from Millersville Normal, joined the squad- late in the season, and by the end was show- ing considerable promise. Sammy Yohn was deservedly honored with the captaincy for next year, and with a good return of veterans, the season should be a banner one. x ff fa I One Hundred Ninety Six f ff-sg vw-M451-1 ef A M' CCGIZIPL' MMEDF '1HlISSl,l'1R TRUXAI, TAYLOR Cheer Leaders Not much need be said about the cheer leaders-their actions speak louder than words. All tricked out in their snappy new sweaters, Head Cheer Leader Truxal and his assistants Taylor and Trussler went through their antics regularly and were always do- ing their best to instil spirit into the hearts of the students. H The least we can say is that they did their best, and had the interests of F. and M. always at heart. One Hundred Ninety Seven ICORIPL' MMD? restling TI-IE SEASON In the course of a comparatively short season of only five meets, the wrestling team in its second year did unusually well. Three wins and two losses form the record of the sea- son, Stevens Tech, Muhlenberg and New York City College tasting defeat at the hands of the Blue and White, and the University of Pennsylvania and Washington and Lee Uni- versity winning. The Blue and White easily won from institutions in their class and gave the larger institutions bitter fights for victory. The growing popularity of the mat sport is shown by the fact that unusually large crowds attended the meets, as well as an enthusiastic body of students. The new sport is predicted to become the major winter sport on college hill. Stevens Tech, of Hoboken, appeared for the first meet of the season the middle of December, and was defeated quite handily, I6-5. Two fall and two decision did the trick, the visitors coming off with one fall. In the next meet, with Muhlenberg, also at home, the team went one better and made it I 7-5, with four decisions and one fall against one fall by the Cardinal and Gray matmen. In the next meet, with the University of Pennsylvania, at Philadelphia, appearing for the first time on a foreign mat, stage fright and insufficient confidence prevented the Blue and White grapplers from doing their best, although they gave the University mat- men stiff battles in every bout, Captain Horner throwing his man, and Lou Moore, a Freshman, giving Heister, the Penn Captain, the battle of his life. New York City College was handily disposed of I4-0 in the next home meet, and the season was closed on the home floor when the Washington and Lee team, on their way to triumph over Army, defeated F. and M. I8-9, in the most thrilling wrestling match ever seen in Lancaster. The score stood 9-8 in favor of F. and M. at the end of the l58 pound bout, but the heavier Generals cinched the meet for W. and L. by coming through with falls in the heavy-weight classes. With only one man lost by graduation, and again under the expert tutelage of Coach Mayser, a more strenuous schedule will be undertaken next year. Wrestling is bound to grow in popularity, and at the present pace, the Blue and White team will soon rate with the best. ' I Ag n One Hundred Ninety Eight 'T ' '.-' 'M.Pm'1'S' 'CGO1ZIPL'AMMEDT M 1 I DI'ICIlAN'I' SIIAAK KUNKICI. SCHICNCK A. MUOIXIC l..lXlO0Rl'. M4'l.l7l,I.0l10lI CAl"I'AINll0lINI'IH SNYDICII XIANTZ KAIILICY I I5 pound 125 pound 135 pound I45 pound l58 pound 175 pound Unlimited Wresotling Team Coach: C. W. IVIAYSER Capfainf O. T. HORNER A Acling Manager.' C. R. ESHLEMAN Moore . . . . . . ..H. D. Kahley, A. Moore . . . ..D, McCullough, P. Shenk T. orner antz ...........R.P. A Nasty j One Hundred Ninety Nine . f I A ...PJ ml i' 1M ' CCORIPIIAMME Die Fresh-Soph Wrestling Inter-class wrestling for the lower classes was introduced during the year. In the initial meet of this sort the Sophomores came off victorious, Zi-5, winning two falls, two decisions, and gaining one bout by forfeit. The Freshmen gained their live points on a forfeit. l I5 pound I25 pound l 35 pound 145 pound l58 pound l 75 pound Unlimited . class class class class class class. SUMMARY . . . .Wagner, Fresh, and Bishop, Soph, battled to a draw. Dechant, Soph, gained time advantage of 62.5 sec- . onds over Thomas, Fresh. Donald, Soph, threw Varga, Fresh, in 3 minutes. . . . .Schaak, Soph, gained time advantage of l minute and 38.5 seconds over Washick, Fresh. . . . .Won by Lehman, Soph, on forfeit. . . . .Del-laven, Soph, threw Lockey, Fresh, in 4 minutes. . . . .Won by Nl. Lewis, Fresh, on forfeit. Fresh-Soph Basketball The Freshmen revengecl their losses in football and wrestling a few weeks after the mat tilt by giving the Sophs a 34-8 lacing in basketball. The yearlings had everything their own way from the start, and ran away with their elders. The Fresh played a splendid game, and outclassed the second year men completely in every department of the game. Innumerable substitutions were made by the Freshman coach, but the slaughter went on unabated. Freshmen Confehr . . l... Rupp . Brunner . . Appel . . . Schaeffer LINE-UP ' Sofvhomores .....Forward .....l..ehman . . . . .Forward . . . . . . ..Schneebeli .....Center ....l-iahn .....Guard ....Donald . . . ..Guard . . . . . . .Stroeble Two Hundred I F x -is 7 Y J CCORIPLAMMBD e ' fin .Q SHAUB .IALKUT BYNON GOIJIBOFF COACH l.ANCAS'l'l'Ilt GUARCIQLLO APPIGI. SIIOICMAKPIR WlNKl'1l.lil.l'lf2ll I SIII'II'Il,l'IY KAISER S1'ANGl.l'IH AGNl'Il.l.I CAl"l'AlN LONV YODICIX P. LICINIXAKIII Mi'COMll Coach: PROF. E. L. LANCASTER Captain: E. L. LOW Acting Manager: J. R. STEIN Soccer was started in earnest last fall, although the college has not yet listed it as an official minor sport, and does not support it. There was a goodly turnout of candi- dates for the team, and F. and M. entered the St. James league, composed of independent teams in and about Lancaster. The severe winter, however, stopped soccer when the F. and M. team had played only two games, and no attempts were made to revive it when the weather was again suitable. One of the games played was lost by a small margin, and the other was tied. The men who came out for the team and played deserve greatl credit for their efforts to gain a firm foothold for soccer at F. and M. Those comprising the team were: E.. L. Low, D. E. Shaub, W. J. lVlcCombs, Guarcello, L. D. Jalkut, Bynon, Z. Appel, L. Katchen, P. N. Leinbach, Spangler, M. Pitock, H. O. Scott, Goluboff, Win- kelblech, Sheeley, Kaiser, Agnelli, Yoder and P. S. Weaver. Two Hundred One I' Y , QOIZIFLAMMEQ S x, vj IIAUCII IXIUSGIKAVIQ FAUST IJOWLING LONG SIIANK PITOCK Cross-Country Team A cross-country meet with Muhlenberg held last fall resulted in a clean-cut victory for the Blue and White. Leathery, Dowling, Pitock, Musgrave, Long, Shank, and F. Faust easily defeated the Cardinal and Gray harriers on a course around the campus. The latter had placed fifth in the Middle Atlantics. This was the first inter-collegiate cross- I untry ra, three years for F. and M. and was quite successful. ll N ix f It x r ' Two Hundred Two -f ,ss 5 YG 15:1-1 V X 'X .lla Y 1 f QOIZIFLAMMED ' Dli llAVl-IN SPOHN BLACK MANAGER SICLSAM INIIISGRAVIC BRICNHMAN li0'l'lll'IRMI'II. IIOOVICH IIARNISII GOl.lIl30Fl" MARKS SClI0l'IfS'l'Al.l. SIIIHK IIONAMAN XOR'l'lllNG'l'0N l.AlXll'l'I MUHPIIY SWICIIEAIYI' lIAI"I'AlN HAIICK CAIITAN S'l'AUFFl'IIi WAGNI I Track Team I 9 2 4 Coach: C. W. MAYSER Captain: S. lVl. HAUCK Manager: H. B. SELSAM The I924 track season was more or less of a disappointment. The relay team, com- posed of Lampe, Rothermel, Dowling and Painter, failed to place in the Penn Relays. The only other event of the year was a dual meet with Drexel at Philadelphia, won by Drexel, although F. and M. took half of the first places. After this, due to unfortunate circumstances, the team was disbanded. Three men, however. were entered in the Middle Atlantics, Hauck, Painter and Pittock. The first two placed in th n but spring practices. The Penn Relays, three dual meets and the lVli prised the! schedule. ' -.T Two Hundred Three ' 'V failed to place in the finals K Prospects were bright for the past season, with a fair turnout of mat first u u ' . cg P .- 2 ' V.. o-M51 1.1 'f' '2- KN! M 19-4 1 77 M ittt 134 CQIZIPIIAMME " Baseball THE 1924 SEASON Baseball in l924 can be considered a success, as the team won 8 out of I4 games, for a total of seventy-seven'runs-just one more than their opponents, seventy-six. At times the players went on a slugging rampage and banged the best opposing pitchers all over the lot. Then again there were slumps, when the opposing teams had everything their ovxm way. In the opening game of the season, with Dickinson, F. and M. won 3-2, due to the fine pitching of Kohl, who shut out Dickinson with 3 hits. The next game, however, with Lebanon Valley found the Blue and White nine vainly trying to hit Wolfe, who had a try-out with the Philadelphia Athletics one season. The final score was l l-0 with Polack and Jeffries having a hard time keeping the hits scattered. The Swarthmore game, which was next on the schedule, was a veritable swat-fest, with F. and M. out-slugging the Garnet for a I4-I0 score. Four pitchers were used by Swarthmore but the tide could not be stemmed. A clean game with only one error by each side resulted in a 3-2 victory over the Blue Ridge College. Polack was called on to relieve "King" Kohl in the third on the mound. Next came the return game with Dickinson, which went to twelve innings before the outcome was decided l l-l 0. It was a see-saw affair from start to finish, with F. and M. scoring five runs in the sixth to overcome a four point lead. Murphy featured with a homer over the Carlisle tennis courts. Albright then proceeded to put a crimp in the Blue and White style with a l3-7 victory at Myerstown, due to the poor form of the F. and M. pitchers. The next game, with Haverford at Lancaster, was probably the best of the season. Fessler's hit in the eleventh inning won the game, after Cragin got through on an error. Albright again demonstrated her superiority at Lancaster with a 9-4 victory in a poorly played game. Gettysburg duplicated three days later 7-4, outhitting the Blue and White completely, al- though F. and lVl. led until the seventh inning, when Gettysburg scored four runs. A re- turn game with the Battlefield Boys at Gettysburg resulted in another defeat, l2-l0. Bream, first batter for Gettysburg, smashed out a homer, and a few more circuit clouts won for The Orange and Blue. Ursinus appeared at Lancaster the next day and walked away with a 7-0 victory. visiting pitcher, held F. and M. to three hits. TL a n 0 O l I Blue and White brought the season to a close with three victories in a string. its f Two Hundred Four I e x -t -B ""A"'w'A" KCOIZIFII MMP? ' -1 V ms.-. .A M h . E MANAGER VVRIGIVI' .IEFFRIIES SCIIIENCK MARTIN MURPIIY SAILOH SlXll'l'll MORAN CIIHISTMAN YOIIN POLACK SCIIMIDT KOIII. lfl'ISSl.l'IR IiUlX'lBAUGIl MICSSICK COACH 'l'AYl Oli Baseball Team, f.'IIf17,lCl'N M. Mvssivk .T. P. Sclwlwlc 1'if!7lll?l'H E. L. Kohl A. V. Poluc-k U. J. .IoiTrics Firxt Base Q ru 1 lun'-tnmu Two Hundred Flve VIII l924 lllfll-I S. lt. T.wl.ul: .llflnuyrw A. M. xVRlGll'l' il1lfIl.'I'.l,. 1'nAu1N Swfnlft lfum: ll. J. lllllllllilllgll 'f'll'iI'!L Jiuxc NV. l,'. Blllljhlly Shorfxlnp NV. II. Schmidt: Oulficlcl G. I". Fcssla-1' II Xu K Sm .gs .1 2 K K X D. Z gin S. . ' lm IDL J. 11. 1 J. inn xqvfkgf Ii. II. Sailor G. G. Mzu'l.in x ll hs 1, 1 4- 1. X CCOIZIPL' Mmm Vlfestern Maryland was defeated at Lancaster 4-2 in a well-played game. In a return game with Ursinus at Collegeville, the Blue and White batters swatted out a 6-4 victory against Derk, the same pitcher who held them to three hits in the previous game. The an- nual clash with the Alumni on june l l closed the season. The Old Grads were leading 4-0 until the sixth inning, when the youngsters collected three runs, and sewed up the game with four more in the eighth. April April 15 April 122 April Zin April 253 Many Many May Many Many May Alilj' Many MHA' May Juno ,ln-. 143, esm- Z lit 3 1.1 THE I925 SCHEDULE Susqlwlmilnai llnivvrsity ll:uvu1'l'u1'1l ...,......... l,ll'lilllNHll .. 1lll'lilllS0ll .. Allwigxliiz .. Gs-tl'yslmllrg .. Alln'ig.:l1t1 ....... I,vlr:1l1un Ynllvy At S4-liiisf,:i'ovo .At llalvorl'oi'cl ..At l.um'n:rl'01' ...,At Vzlrlislo At Alj't'l'SlUXVll ..At liaiiwanstm' .At lniiivansit-1' .HAI Annrillm- Sw:u'tlnnur1- .... Ai SN'Ill'llllll0l'l' li1'll3'Sl'lll'l-5 .. .... Al th-llyslnirg M1Il1l1'HlH'1':.r ... ...,xr Alu-nrmvn lA'llllll0ll Valley . .. lll'NlIlIlS . . . . . .. Allllll0lllN'l'l.l' ... ..... ..... Susqlwluuiliu llnivvrsity .. ...Al lilllll'llSll'l' ..Al lfalilvnslvi' ...Al l13llll'ilSl0l' . . .At l'Alll02lSl'l'l' llrsinns ............... ...At lfollm-ggovillu Tivo Hundred Six " 'M ' ' QCORIPUAMMEDT KUOSI-IH Sl1IIl'II"l"l'Ili INIANAGICH INIYAI, XYICIANIJ S'l'HOI'1IH.l'l I,l'Il"l'IX'lili HUSII VIN ' W fli I MCHIIIS . ednl I 9 2 4 Captain: H. E. WlilAND Manager: D. K. ROYAL S'l'l'llN I. A. E. Rush 3. G. H. Stein 2. M. E. Lefevre 4. H. E. Weian 5. D. S. Stroeble Two Hundred Seven fi... .Q ' u ,LL """ 5 a-L1. ,1 x A CCOIZIPL' MMP? 7 Tennis 'I'.liIE 1924 S ISASON Of all the sports records of F. and M. for the l923-i924 season, none is more brilliant than that of the tennis team. Three cl-ever Freshmen racquet wielders, Rush, Lefevre and Stroeble, came to the fore in the fall tournament, and with the two veterans, Weiand and G. Stein, a line team represented the college. There was no outstanding star-team work was the big factor and the real cause of such a successful season. Juniata failed to appear for the first meet of the season, and F. and M. won by de- fault. In the next match, with Lafayette at Easton, the outcome was in doubt until the last match, Lafayette finally winning out 4-2. On the following day Lehigh, with the brilliant Fritz Mercer, one of the strongest teams in the United States, won handily 5-l , in spite of stiff opposition. The result does not indicate the bitter struggle, for two matches were lost by F. and M. after the Blue and White was within a single point of victory. From this point on F. and M. competed entirely with colleges in her class. Gettys- burg ancl Dickinson were defeated on the home courts, the former 6-l and the latter 5-0. Drexel tasted defeat 6-l on their own courts. In all three contests F. and M. won with ease. The next two weeks were occupied by the Middle Atlantics Tournament, which lasted from May I8 to 3l. All three of F. and M.'s entries in the preliminary district tournament, with a lone Bucknell man, survived in the initial matches, only to be eliminated in the final tournament in heated matches, tying for second place with Haverford, with I2 points. Lehigh, the winner, accumulated 30 points. 4 The Ursinus match was a run-away for F. and M., the Blue and White winning easily 6-0. The annual match with the Alumni, at Commencement time, resulted in a 3-3 draw after a hectic afternoon. V A A total of 29 points against I4 by opponents in a season of four victories, one tie and two defeats summarizes the season. Second place in the Middle Atlantics is also an achievement. With not a single player lost and some promising new material, the past season was also very successful. frm, W" s L1 f f Z ' Two Hundred Eight ' bf" 3. 4 g M CCORIPLUSMME DJ RUTH KUNKICI. SCIIICFFICIR HHIIDI NHAUC ll DONAGIIY HAUCK GI'll'ISl'IY SCIII NCI ,Ifntra-Mural Athletic: A.ssocia'Liou Prcsidcnl: E. GEESEY J Vice-Presideni: S. M. HAUCK Secretary: J. P. SCHENCK Treasurer: V. B. FAUST J. E. Geesey J. A. Funck G. S. Ruth S. M. Hauck J. P. Weise R. W. Scheffer Two Hundred Nine MEMBERS P. A. Kunkel T. Donaghy P. Schenck V. B. Faust E. H. Smoker E. P. Bridenbaugh L X ----e one comm: Minn- f Intra-Mural Athletics Intra-mural athletics were introduced by Coach Mayser with a view of giving as many students as possible a chance to derive the benfit of competitive athletics. Each of the nine fraternities comprises a group in the tournaments, and places a man on the Asso- ciation, and the unorganized men are divided into the Richards Hall, the Commuters and the Cross-Bones groups, each also placing a man on the association. Last Spring the first Intra-Mural track meet was won by the Phi Kappa Sigma fra- ternity by a large margin. ln this event each organization was allowed to enter an un- limited number of men, varsity men, however, being barred. Due to the short playing time last Spring, the baseball tournament was an elimination contest, with the Chi Phi fraternity carrying off the cup. lntra-Mural football was not introduced, although several organizations produced teams and played a few unofficial games. - With winter sports once again holding sway, a l-arge basketball schedule was drawn up, so that each team should play eleven games, meeting every other team once. The tournament was not completed in time to publish the results. The wrestling meet was won by the Phi Kappa Tau fraternity, which also won the event the year before. The victors total was eighteen points against ten for their nearest rivals. In this event, as in track, each organization was allowed an unlimited number of entries, and an elimination tournament was held. First, second, and third places in the finals were given points, the winner in the finals being the undisputed first, the runner-up second. and third place being determined by extra matches between the men last eliminated. Cups were awarded to the winners in the various events of the previous year, the awards being paid for from a special fund created by donations from the organizations. The first basketball cup was presented to Delta Sigma Phi, the Hrst wrestling cup to Phi Kappa Tau, the first track cup to Phi Kappa Sigma, and the first baseball cup to Chi Phi. Two Hundred Ten BOOK VI Features I X Y i - ' as CCOiZIPIL6.MMEDDe W e Explanatory An unusual and difficult theme is worked out in this volume. Our idea was, as stated in the foreword, "to link the past with the present, and to indicate a glorious future". The part the graduates of Franklin and Marshall have played in life is im- portant in this retrospection, and has been included. THE COLLEGE In Book I, "The College", a series of eight corner pieces depicts the growth of Franklin College and of Marshall College from their founding, the union of the two to form Franklin and Marshall, and the subsequent rise of our Alma Mater to a peer among small colleges. The first corner piece shows the old Brew House, the earliest building of Franklin College. The second shows the "Store House", occupied at a later date by old. Franklin College. The theme then shifts to Marshall College, the third, fourth and fifth of the series showing buildings important in its history--the old Theological Seminary at York, the High School at York, and the later Seminary at Mercersburg, occupied by Marshall College. The sixth of the series shows the first real college building occupied by Frank- lin College after moving from the Store House, which was occupied by Franklin and Marshall College after the union of the two institutions, until the present buildings were constructed. Number seven shows the familiar Old Main, and number eight Har- baugh Hall, a dormitory building which will ever live in the memories of former stu- dents, and which was razed to provide room for the Science Building, erected on the site. The eight pieces of the series then repeat throughout Book I. CLASSES The pursuits of graduates of Old Nevonia are shown in another series of eight corner pieces in Book II, "The Classes". Teaching, Law, Medicine, Business, For- eign Missions, the Clergy, Science and War are shown in the order named, indicating the large part the alumni of our grand old institution have played in every phase of life. The series then repeats itself through the book. ACTIVITIES A more difficult task confronted us in the book on "Activities". When it was not possible to link the present with the past, an appropriate symbol of the work of the organization was substituted. In "Publications" the first:Qriliamf?T'th rst':'SQollege Student, which was merged with the F. and M. Weekly to lfeqame iStgJffLlii'iiyWLe'1IirQ and Sophomore Calendar are reproduced. On the literary society es 0 H . I -' ori -'w U society halls is reproduced. 9 9' A 9 ff y - - . .iffkk WW: Two Hundred Eleven 57 V Z l, ' vy ' E aliases fe uv 7 ' 4 ' , fi ll Z x I-f'5'. Xft ', Q aff' 2:95, if . , f, -'vi'-11 EQfan if' r 1 -ff are-effcomvr. MMP:-3 I+'HA.TERN1T1ES "Fraternities" offered a fertile field for material in showing growth. The corner pieces in this book show the oldest former houses occupied by the organizations. Appropriate corner designs are used with the honorary fraternities. ATHLETICS In "Athletics" we have had to be content with action scenes of the various sports, due to the difficulty of picturing former sports, which came into the F. and M. life at a rather late period. FEATURES For "Features" we have used four happenings which really were features in college life. The first is the Abolition Riot which occurred during the stirring days before the Civil War. Second in the Big Fight, when the students and the "town fellows", to employ the expression then used came to blows in a free-for-all Fight. Num- bers three and four show the "Cremation of Analytics" and the "Cremation of Bi- ology", events which were carried out with great pomp and solemnity in former years. This series of four is repeated throughout the section and through the advertisements, with a few exceptions. A RT SECTION An original idea in the Campus View Section may also be noted. After Old Main, the Library and Literary Society Hall come the New Dormitories and the New Gymnasium, and then the Seminary and the Seminary Archway. We sincerely hope that we have accomplished the object attempted, as before stated. May the past history and present eminence of Franklin and Marshall merge into the promised glory of the future! "2 nf' -29. A ' , N Y ,Q .SX S l W K was -1:4241 J+itM1 KIUQQHAQ 'i 1' U l fl I 'V -23: 7.. ii 'Zi F Two Hundred Twelve I 3 ' gs a 2 E? - 'ff if . we 5 "'lWtTCO1ZIPU Mmm ' f .Inter-Class Contests With the passing of the old tie-up which resulted in a tragic accident last year, a new form of class contest was introduce by the Student Senate. The tie-up had been staged annually between the Freshmen and Sophomores for many years, and something had to be used in place of it, in the interest of college spirit and tradition. The tug-of-war and the pushball contest seemed the safest substitutes, and were adopted. In the first event, the tug-of-war, the Sophomores won, 2-0. There were three trials, each between two teams of twenty-five men each, with a ducking in the bar- gain for the losers, as a fire hose played full blast across the neutral territory. When the time for the event came, the Student Senate 'was forced to locate the Freshmen, as the wiser Sophomores had resorted to the usual kidnapping tactics. The Sophomores succeeded in dragging the yearlings through the stream of water the first two times for victory. The Fresh evened matters up, however, with a victory in the pushball contest the middle of the autumn. Plans were also laid for another pushball contest late in the spring. Reports of inter-class athletics are given in the Bc ' I A ' ' Two Hundred Thirteen Lq"' 4' 'M IGOIZIPLQSMME DD' Honor Students FIl'iS'I' HONOR WILLIAM B. ARNOLD Marshall Omtion, SECOND HONOR SARUN E. MUNSON l"7'f1I1L717flI, Urrllrfun ff A nu urznuuluv I WI llll I N m X I Tee Hundred Fourteen x CR WM N 'L l' 1l1 N 'II 7 mu f f ' . L'i, M H!! f x in CCOIZIPUAMMH DD O Iiouor Students 'FI-I I BD 1-IONOR EARL M. HON AMA N Sulutalory Address I OAO Tivo Hundred Fifteen VALICDlC'I'ORIAN JOHN C. TOHUXAL V111111l1'0lm'y A flrlrvsx :' wx: Egg- K :L .. . : , ' ' 'ET ,AN -1 - mm -:OA " "f r . - - A. H o m -, - Q 11 '-fi- , Q H. Wmpv Q if " '- A M CCQIZIPIIAMME' le f 45.23 , me H .4 ' r iff 1 .V ..amia.- P . ' - ,i 1 . 4 4 , .s ' ', gy a A ' ' KH . , ,1, f J 7 'I 'T' 3 K. J' '.. ' if -fi 7" 'J 1 ' " i ' L r V ' V H ', ' ,f ',..-gf - ,' v-,-- 5.4 'jf' ',:f'2f,,-'f.a,'.- I . K . , ..' V The Dawes Pipes Much interest was manifested in National politics by the student body last fall during the heated Presidential Compaign-so much, in fact, that the rival factions or- ganized into clubs. The Republicans and Democrats vied with the college radicals who organized a Laliolette-Wheeler Club, but the political parades promised failed to materialize, the biggest demonstrations coming on election night when the young voters celebrated fittingly or drowned their sorrows in the grape. The Republican Club, however, conceived the idea of sending General Dawes one of his own particular pipes, which were introduced by him and enjoyed a prolonged vogue. Money for the purchase was raised by selling Dawes pipes to the students. The funds realized were used to purchase the pipes pictured above, which, bearing the General's initials, were put in a handsome case, and forwarded to the Vice-Presidenb elect about Christmas time. That the General appreciated the gift is shown by the 'i14 ?g' reproduced on the 3, page. The postscript in his olwn handwriting-"of all as s- sentx ,e AV y v Q - p ,ursx the only ones that really smoke", is verified by an authentic , e at 1-i f the very pipe sent him by the F. and M. students. Any- aiitim e Elk figured to that extent in the election. ' 4.1-.11 tu - - ' 4 "E bl 's -7 s,?s'ff . if i j Tf u ' - Pg!-f"Q:Q Two Hundred Sixteen .. Q' 59: . vi i, If x , N-Af 5- . J .: Qi- f --for-as f 'IGORIPIIAMME DD CHARLES G. DAWES. EVANSTON. ILL. December 27,l924. My dear Mr. Rebe: I have received your letter of December 20, and the pipes which the Coolidge-Dawes Republican Club of Franklin E Marshall College sent, for which please accept my thanks. With best wishes for the New Year to you and your membership, Mr. George F. Rebe, Chairnun, Coolidge-D wes Republican Club of Franklin k Marshall College, Lancaster,'Penna. fL425 1451, fA473" . It M Z. -'-- MQ Two Hundred Seventeen from--Co1z11?1.'AMM1e:D Once In the Life of Every Class-H comes an Oriflamme election. Many and heart-rendering are the trials during this hectic period. Plot and counter-plot, electioneering, with its attendant mud-slinging and muck-raking, and all the activities of a full-fledged political campaign occupy the minds of the students and quite disrupt the customary peace and calm of our collitch life. The master-minds lay the careful plans, and the work goes on. Year after year comes this periodic upheaval-the stake merely being the privilege of killing oneself in compiling this chronicle of college life for the current year. But boys will be boys and politics will be politics. Be it known to all that a few of the honorable organizations on the campus absolutely refrain from such low practices-in public. Long may Nevonia's banners wave, with such an upright element to hold her honor high. Now it come to pass that in the month of May, in the Year of Our Lord nine- teen hundred and twenty-four, the aforementioned upheaval occurred slightly ahead of schedule time. Two such events in one year is entirel-y too great a burden for the po- litical leaders, but the strain of the overwork was not felt. Coolidge, Davis and La- folette pale into insignificance-yea, even Frank Cattleman and the Gang with their little war take a back seat, when the F. and M. boys indulge in an election. The powers that be decided on their course, and the steam roller was set in motion. The opposition heard the roar, and quaked in their boots. However, clever work by the intelligence system revealed plans to be on foot to throw a monkey-wrench in the ma- chinery. justly angered by efforts to thwart it, the steam roller thundered on its way with even more determination, and the goal was reached. What a difference a single telephone call will make! The Oriflamme suggests a change in a popular college song: Sing a song of colleges, I'll tell you where to go- F. and M. for learning, Cornell to learnito row, Harvard for her foppish dudes, Princeton for her men. Yale for her dogged luck, But for polilics--F. and M. I This version is copyrighted by the staff of the 'Oriflamme of l926. ll il y I I Ji mi' Two Hundred Eighteen X ' 1 X-Q-M-Refseessfsomvirimmnb Impressions OF THE JUNIOR HOP FROM THE DIARY OF JOE COLLEGE fPublisl1cd without permissionl January 3l, l925 Never again! My bean feels like ,it did two years ago when we celebrated the Gettysburg victory. Whten I see the guy that gave me that "pure gin" I'll shoot him. I'd always relied on Bill as a good bootlegger, but that stuff tasted more like the biology lab than anything else. They held the junior Hop at the Pine Garden last night, and it was pretty good-as much of it as I remember. Day late news will have to do, for I didn't write it up last night-leastways, I don't recall doing it. All in all the dance was good-except that I hope Donaghey will take me for a ride in that Ford he bought with his share of the rake-off on those eats. They must have served some, but everyone was too busy hiding a bottle' under the table when the profs paraded past to really eat. There's a rumor that Chick Orr went into the bot- tling business after they cleaned out behind the radiators today. I thought a quart would be plenty, but I l1adn't figured correctly on the pig I was d.raggin'. That girl can absorb more Huid refreshment in one gulp than Slim Scholton in five. I sorta believe it was she who brought me home and dumped me in the vestibule-just about taxi fare was missing from my jeans when I took account of stock. The best I can say is that she chambered her liquor like a gentleman. Why, even Tarzan Faust couldn't detect that she was drunk. - There's a hazy recollection of a receiving and ejecting line lioating around in my head, but mebbe I'm wrong about that. Thank Heaven there's only one Junior Hop a year! . : M: arg- 5 an .. - ' ,ftilrhii - 'f ' ' - I lit. A 9' X' f xv 1 f ,w Tivo Hundred Nineteen 7 l'l 6 - . - . liillt ri VI W If F -. .1 1 ' ' . 0 .. - ' - N , VI -f . - -,- A 6. ,.,,., II 'ff 'Q tiftfff ' 4. ff ff' A Q .1 ' "f . 1s.gI,'3j-129' ' -wgef.r1i' A ' . laiiiii ' h , .5 E ,f A I f f - . .ZW 4 - 7 -of ses'CQomv1:AMMP1-J 's f buear Ye! riear Ye! List to the tale of the fraternities, organizations of much wonder and awe to the uninitiated. From lowest to highest, from the scheming political units to the more restricted type which is distinctly abcve that sort of thing, we will depict them, to the best of our paltry knowledge, without revealing the name of the organization discussed --that is to be guessed. If you can't guess it we've failed in our purpose. There are scholars and scholars, but one group of scholars occupies undisputed possession of the cellar position in the scholastic standing. Heimenz is more to the fancy of this particular group, and 'tis reported that the pigs go home early the nights before exams, when the brothers must stay home to study-not that the latter makes any dif- ference,, however. Speaking of scholars reminds us of another body which by diligent work has made a jump from a low to high position scholastically. Industry and persistence is admirable, and it is remarkable what a student or two will do toward raising an average. With better scholastic standing comes a "high-hat" feeling, and a quick move to better quarter. Evidently the new quarters are congenial, by the results shown. Then, too there's another organization which never seems to do much work and has no outstanding students, but somehow maintains a high scholastic rank. They're getting "high-hat" too-one of the boys in the house even got a Tux since they took to throwing formals. The stock of Phi Beta Kappa men is about depleted now, and a year may show changes unless some new blood is transfused. The postman thinks it's the athletic office, because he had to leave a few letters on athletics there. Our next consideration involves three organizations of smirchless honor and ab- solute integrity. The despicable methods of the "frats" on the campus failed to move these fraternities except to an outraged sense of injury. The most aristocratic of all fself-admitted, occasionally contributes an athlete, if he can stand the exams, and divide most of the time between bridge and dancing. The next fraternity used to have a strangle hold on the Student Weekly, and rumor has it that they dispensed with a chapter publication since the college paper filled the bill admirably. Monopolies are sometimes maintained by upright methods, but very seldom. Number three of the peerless trio boasts a group of hearty good fellows not bothered by campus activities or lessons, but by the mere force of the group personality playing an active. part in college affairs. Last year their monopoly was in tennis and this year in the C-lee Club. Not bad, considering the work they do. Yes, F. and M. has no sororities, but there's a bunch of boys who delight in their ukeleles, study their lessons dutifully, and spends the rest of time in sleep. They claim they are ultra-restrictive in their membership, but that's because they can't get the men. And politicians-Say! Those boys knew their oats. The truth always hurts, and there was a certain gang ready to lynch the Ori- flamme editors last year. It's a shame the way these chaps are raked over the coals year after year, but it can't be helped. The boys hibernate over winter, and then in the spring blossom out full force for baseball practice. . ' :T E Two Hundred Twenty lb : A 7 ' "f 'Mi 1-'.+--F:-4225 f Y "wt "M CCORIPLAMMIZDJL The last group is reputed to be a hunch of championship grapplers, in ath- letics and society. We can't fathom these chaps exactly-they seem to figure in every- thing more or less. l-low the Pictorial Review would ever get along without them is a question, for the company puts half of them through college. Now that Faust is a graduate the Y. M. C. A. headquarters will likely he located there. We must by no means forget the embryo sky-pilots in our midst. The alarm clock keys are sprinkled among the students, and they've just become national by in- creasing the chapter roll to two. As a religious balance in student life this organization does a marvelous work-they even rival the Y. M. C. A. The good little boys de- light in Christian Endeavor, etc., and blow themselves to one feed a year. Ye Campus SKETCHES FROM LIFE AT FRANKLIN AND MARSHALL COLLEGE STUDENT SENATE-The Freshmen's toy. BLACK PYRAMID SOCIETY--An ancient and honorable order of notables. BLACK CAT SOCIETY-They claim such anorganization exists, and the Fresh- men have heard of it, but that's all. Y. M. C. A.-Put a penny on the drum and you'll be saved. POST-PRANDIAL CLU'B-Where the destinies of the nations are decided, liter- ature and art are criticized, and the whole world generally improved. PORTER SCIENTIFIC SOCIETY-The recluses of the science building report regularly to make up lost sleep at the meetings. REA HEAD CLUB-The sorrel tops. Have we another "honorary" society in our midst? COLLEGE BAND-They say music has the powcr to soothe the savage beast, but the opposite is more applicable in this case. "June Night" on a blustery' November day is enough to drive anyone wild. ORIFLAMME STAFF-Conceived in politics, born under an evil star, and pass- ing out by lynching when the volume appears. STUDENT WEEKLY-One estimable college gazette. Check full of meaty edi- torials on nothing. ' ' SOPHOMORE CALENDAR STAFF-Publishes a souvenir bookleti'-the kind you throw away. Totally useless. DEBATING TEAMS-Have a more wicked line than our opponents. DIAGNOTHIAN LITERARY SOCIETY-Why not let it die in peace? GOETHEAN LITERY SOCIETY--Ditto. . gn ,ff , INTER-FRATERNITY COUNCIL-Providg :fl r to ggi the hot air not expelled in chapter meetings. , "' 'lift sl 63 is GLEE CLUB-Our richest organization. What af- io, 41- of all the money? lp to spread, the fame of F. and M. far and wi r I l H- np V, ' tl.. 1 A 5 lll gh k 'x - gx ,zxw Z, ,ik I Q Two Hundred Twenty One , ll! gif . fT!f.g,i.5 ii if in 1 ' L gs .sl , , 6 CGo1z1v1.'AMMn DD A A Extracts FROM THE COLLEGE CATALOGUE CAs ll Should ReadJ ASTRONOMY C13 lgzl IMPRACTICAL ASTRONOMY. A course aimed to give the student a practical knowledge of Umoonshinen. Star sighing from a moving observatory is special work. 16 hours. BIOLOGY f6IvJ HELEMENTATY BIOLOGY--A general introduction to the laboratory al- cohol is afforded the student in this course. Special inattention by the assistants to the least skillful in smuggling it out. 2 afternoons. BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION f47tbJ MARKETS AND PRICES-Marketing problems: analysis of best methods of bootlegging, with special reference to market price, the commission man, large lot orders, etc. Prerequisites. C16 and CHEMISTRY U8 intl. I0 hours. U6 BUSINESS LAW-Complete analysis of legal corruption methods, beating the market and private stocks. Avowed by graduates to be a most useful course. Come early and avoid the rush. 6 hours. I CHEMISTRY C18 Intl ORGANIC CHEMISTRY--Special attention to the alcohols. Two and three year courses offered, leading to B. B. Degree. Five year advance regis- tration necessary. 30 days. ECONOMICS C67 MONEY AND BANKING-Prices and credit, with special work on the eigelnsion and use of the latter. Special work in counterfeiting for the more adept. 1 ours. ENGLISH C9 dr, ENGLISH COMPOSITION-Privilege of murdering the King's English is granted to students pursuing this course. 60 minutes. FRENCH UI brzc NINETEENTH CENTURY LITERATURE-Study of the French to the works of Balzac fCousine Bettej, etc. l hour. GERMAN to afford the first year men an introduction Only course offered-one semester of Dippy is Tivo Hundred Twenty Two '-"T"T ICORIFIIAMME DJ HISTORY C5 xyzj HISTORY OF THE WORLD-Especially recommended to' students who have difliculty in getting enough sleep. MATHEMATICS C6 adj ELEMENTARY MATHEMATICAL ANALYSIS-Intended to dis- courage all would-be mathematicians before they reach Prof. Long's hands. 40 hours. U0 hll CALCULUS-Students must prove through knowledge of profane languages and reverse analysis when registering for this course. Each student is warned that he takes it: at his own risk. 4 hours. I ' MODERN LANGUAGE C9 brl INTRODUCTION TO PROFANITY-A thorough training in the Pro- fane Language is afforded in this course. Re U4 bb, prerequisite. Laboratory work in mathematics, and students are advised to pursue two subjects same year. 2 weeks. PHYSICS C14 hr, PHYSICAL MEASUREMENTS-Introduction to the why and wherefore of physics. Prerequisite, Modern Language C9 brl. Course in penmanship and drawing supplementary. Students must provide own text on doctoring results. 5 afternoons. POLITICS Q26 dpl GENERAL POLITICAL SCIENCE-Thorough training in politics, with approved methods in elections. Field work in class elections afforded. I month. PSYCHOLOGY A C57 zwj EDUCATIONAL PSYCHOLOGY-The course aims to show the gen- eral ineducability of the modern college student. Of special value to ministerial students. 16 hours. PUBLIC SPEAKING AND DEBATE Q6 blal PLATFORM SPEAKING-Systematic practice in the preparation and de- livery of public addresses, with special attention to introductory stories and jokes. For further details see registrar, W. H. Schmidt. 4 hours. RELIGION U4 bbj BIBLE-Comprehensive survey of Old and New Testaments. Prerequisite for MODERN LANGUAGE C9 brl. Special instruction to low grade stu- dents by H. R. Taylor. 30 minutes. I l rirra lriiirnrfrr I Two Hundred Twenty Three Us N in iw mr L"."'l1ll ll a fe l rl, ,... 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Dr. Elijzl IGV4-1'itt' wus thu only t'a1t-lllty lllt'lllilt'1' lltif pu1'ti4-ipntiiig. II4- 41111pl111ti4-11l- "-itliilw 1' 11291121 ' 461111 his "l11l114-4- ly st1lt4-41. "1 will not p111'ti4-ip11t4- i11 amy ?r,?'1ql'fqPlf4fs3..ll Wvly' -.1H'Ilfl' Qghlvl' 'l,lF0l1l' 1lt1'11il' that 4loos not tit 111 with lllj' pl1il- zgrffslf .. .- " iv f" . . .. . . gl 'X-114-.iflitgfs t't'li3r' 4-41111 with osophy ot 1110 111141 whl4-11 is ibt'itlXV tho 1lfX"Qi7 L li1.5f,,i1l 541-6 "'q,'Ifl'lIl'l'S 4-tl1i4'1:1l 111141 111411-111 st11114lu1'4ls that lmvt- Qw' li' 4 73 ' '-f'Ffw -. ,- 4- ,3 4 .i.t1,f3111u1jl4fI5 , Q- id 114-4-11 1.1114-11 to 1111111l41114l. .Li I -A ' Lfx' X ' X T114 ,flxk if eff? ,a .f ff ff' NX X., , I sHA'NA"-"Q 'iv pl, ' 1-Fil-7' t-my-I 4-fin 'Wi if. 15,1-f -4 ' If K--, '-QKU. - , , Tivo Hundred Twenty Four - fsllflfii r' .4 N 0K Vi 4 , , -4',y19?'a QW., .- 1 ew 1' gjfig, L-fit. wi N' CCORIPUAMMEDQT Qflf MEQTI W TCORIPUAMME DD - t,.. ' - Viv- 1' Adieu r F. and M., as her course has ru fl We've pictured in manner true. A saga sung, our worlfis done The producl lies before you. 1 W-2 pdf 1 f mv K ll ff 7k if 0 I - - - ' MQ? n ' W Orig' A ,W - , b A 7 ff" V If yi' , r .H Tivo Hundred Twenty Srx I k u i' E ,.maz1 X If uf f ,ff 4 4 D J V X KGOIZIPL' MME' J , 1 ' "H c1f1:T25fE3f5f5f3f1f':':':':':' I -2-.35 2 ",ifQgfQf , ., ,.:.,.i.:.::1.:.1:f'1 'if' ,.5515:51315153:5:535:315:523:5:511::51513:541:.gmfgzgi5:gE5Ej:g:5:5:5E5:5.,j, "EgE525555355E3E3E555E5ErErE5E5E3E 3? 'Y Q- 5 f af r-K :v -. is ' 495 4 if 1 My " ' , Q , , z xg of ' , H H v f ' 3 N 1 E Q , -N . 4, 4 1 ,.-. Q. N f " -fx -. 1 N , Ni? Q X x N N 3 x E- " H 9 fx 'QW 'ii N. 'P'-'s an :5:g5:5 '-1:r:zgi?2 5.-.rErE- 53512 1-E4rir15E5E5E5E5E5E5:: Eisif '-:.:-:-:-:- - -:-:-:Az-:-11:13 :?1-:I:-:'-'-'-'-"' ' I. ...,9.,:, ev .,. .5 ,, ......., 5 x x . X r M' if K , N , Q 6 4 , Lx X x gx 3 z -Soi? 5 5 f , af N9 5 ' f ' waz- 'diff 35 . A Q3 9 St. Aniuirews SPURT SUIT Sold Exclusively in Lahcasfer by GROFF 8: Q M ' . '- "Always There in Men,s Wg Two Hundred Tlvenly Seven U If IQ 3 4 L I gf W NA Z-I me A eMiGomvUAMMnD5ee "THE DAYLIGHT FACTORY" AISXCM S SUPERFINE CHOCOLATE ALIVIONDS "Finesl Made" - "The Tasle Tells" PRINCESS CHOCOLATES "As You Like Themn SWEET CI-IOC-MELLO BAR "Melis In Your Moulh', RUBY COUGI-I DROPS "F or That Cough" CHARLES F. ADAMS MAKER OF PURE CANDIES at Lancaster, P Two Hundred Tlvenly Eigll I X MAKERS OF CUTS THAT WILL PRINT Designing lllustrating Engraving L A N D I S CONESTOGA Electric Shop CO' 213-215 North Duke Street Your Story In l'icffur0 In-rlrrrs Nothing Untold HOUSE WIRING AND LIGHTING 10 East Orange St. Lancaster, Pa. FIXTURES ON DVEFERRED f-Tell It Wim Cuz.-1" PA YMEW College Chronicle September I7-Registration-everyone stood in line four hours to get rid of five bucks. September I8-Opening exercises in the college chapel. All those who were absent enjoyed Dippy's address immensely. September 20--Freshmen mysteriously disappear on the eve of the tug-of-war. Re- mainder ducked by Sophs. September 24-Inter-Fraternity smoker. Several future "chapter presidents" uncov- ered. September 26-Pajama parade. Freshman sleep-walkers blow out the lights, leaving town in total darkness. RECIPROCATE Sm UZ.'Tf?'lfflfli.I'ti'Vi.Z?.!c'C" "' GOLDEN LION and other High Grade Cigars Dunhill, own make, B. B. B. and the Famous Ben Wade Pipes Playing Cards, Pouches, Smoking Tobaccowletc. l l R I , l ' wx , lrr.n?ffl. l 1 14 EAST KING STREET T Q, i ll., Two Hundred Twenty Nine l' .il '59 2 7 P37525 CCOIZIPIIAMME DJ WHEHEVER F. ai M. ,Alumni may live or go Within the borders of these United States and in some foreign Countries, there AI'IIlS1QI'0Hg',S Linoleum, made in Lancaster, will he found in the better l'urniture and department stores. ,LAQMSETRONG eoRK COMPANY Z - I N. L iii Linoleum Division ANCAS1 ER PENNSYLVANIA 1:7 i , -' D i'ili'i F Ill -. - . A - Q J IU Ar -I Q I A? -Q-lv XQ. if Two Hundred Thirty M. W l .i .... ,, K X CK 4 - , 44 fx 1 "D ' Wm' CORIPUAMMEDJCC Y D. W. MIESSE STANDARD DRUG C0. PRESCRIPTION SPECIALISTS Ice Cream Candy and Cakes Lemon and Charlotte Sts- LANCASTER, PA. 123 North Queen Street September 27-Albright game--"and a little Child shall lead them." September 30-fTwo reported seriously injured and many minor injuries evident from attempted experiments in Psychology. October 4-Penn game. For "full" details of Franklin Field see George Creitz. October 9-French Frolics in town. Bill lVlcKeaehie appears on campus in dark glasses. October l l-Dickinson game. 'Nuf said! October l7--Upper classmen especially urged to be out for massmeeting. They are -out of sight. October i8-Juniata game. We beat the Boy Scouts 27-0. October 25-Muhlenberg game. Too much Borrelli. November l--F. and M. frightens Rutgers. November 3-Pledging silent period. There is many an anxious yearling on college hill today. Compliments of THE BEARINGS COMPANY OF AMERICA Lancaster, Pennsylvania 1419" uf as ., ' ld!!! 23? R M '.: N Hi n . , . QM' tm ee'-N K norm get ,f'qiUi'Dlti "35!E1'7 Yay - Q' ' i -1 b ' , Eiigv gf Two Hundred Thirty One h - ' ff l, "' '- -. 'M' if X ECOIZIPUAMME DJ Y , .Z I I V FINE BATHROOMS ARE oUR . BUSINESS. LET Us SHOW You TI-IE LATEST DESIGNS I IN MODERN, PLUMBING WARE 7 -THE KIND You WILL FIND ll I X IN THE HANDSOMEST BATH- ROOMS EVERYWHERE. 'I ., C O M E IN OR TELEPHONE. WE'LL G L A D L Y SUBMIT AN . xf ESTIMATE--NO OBLIGATION! I -- I I I s Q Everts 5.1 . M I Overdeer Two Hundred Thirty Two KCGRIPIIAMME DDT' TTT IVIcCONOlVIY' S C I CDC O N Shoe Repairing Establishment BELL PHONE LANCASTER, PA. Cor. Duke and Chestnut Sts. Shore Dinners Platter Dinners LANCASTER, PENNA. sea Foods a Spemalty WE CALL AND DELIVER FREE NEAL MCCONOMY R. P. CICCONE, Prop. November 4-Election day. Students celebrate or drown their sorrows. The Radi- cals are quiet for the first time this year. November 5-Election over, Dippy returns to his usual good humor once again. November 7-Sigma Pi's surprise with midnight moving. November 8-Freshmen shiver in their Poverty Day adornments. Prizes awarded for heroism to those most scantily clothed. Swarthmore tied 6-6 for second suc- cessive time. November IO--I George dazzles campus with brilliant cravat as result of winning bathing beauty contest on Poverty Day. November ll-School declared off the whole afternoon in observance of Armistice Day. The shock is too much! November I4-Diagnothian Mock Trial. Ancly Gump stars again-he clo'esn't have halitosis, either. - "BETTER WEAR FOR THOSE WHO CARE" KUPPENHEIMER GOOD CLOTHES DOBBS AND STETSON HATS MANHATTAN and YORKE SHIRTS AND OTHER HIGH GRADE WEAR ..::::35x:1 :::41:: :.. I -53? 'GND f 5 T K ' 1 I I My I U NCP ATI T ZU D LUDY ..111g::::..- U i-.9659 . - Y. 1 . lllmllrlrllll lllllllla 18 East King Street , lm - - ' . ' f. Two Hundred Thirty Three I 'JT 7 A T' K 7 V X . .2251 , f r f .Matt ,,l.l..i.- T V T CCOIZIPIIAMME DD A MATTER OF HISTORY... Ever since the union of the two Colleges at Lancaster almost three-quarters of a Century ago, the Farmers Bank and Franklin it Marshall College have heen closely allied. Many pleasant business and personal associations have existed during all of these years. It is our desire and hope that they he continued. Farmers Trust Company of Lancaster OPPOSITE THE COURT HOUSE LANCASTER, PENNSYLVANIA Founded 1810 CAPITAL AND SURPLUS 31,000,000 O F F I C E R S J. W. B. Bausman, Chairman Wm. J. Neuhauser, Treasurer Charles F. Hager, President Melo H. Hess, Trust Officer Charles A. Sauher, Vice-Pres. and Sec'y Wm. K. Dietz, Asst. Treasurer Dr. Martin Ringwalt, Vice-President Chas. G. Baker, Esq., Solicitor fjf ry. , W sgirligi' ' L A I Two Hundred Thirty Four : As ag- L :L - . - - ' My I -.1 F : ' . , y asian - ight - ' Vi ra' . - " Y ' - O in Ii -7 " 9 ,- ,.,- eifw.- T , Ziff 4. u' "IW s' ' 17 1 ls A ' H1 350 - S f iii' Q , , J f J ICORIPUAMMEDY im Mm COLONIAL THEATRE T h e C r y S t ai l Charles M. Howell, Manager 'W A Real Good KEITH VAUDEVILLE ' R e s t a u r a n t SHOWS WORTH 157-159 North Queen Street SEEING November I5-F. and IVI. beats Ursinus at Norristown. Bill Lewis scored a technical knockout and a touchdown on the same play. November I7-Schlotzhauer orders gross of camera lenses as Juniors begin reporting for pictures. November I9-Al Taylor appears on the campus in time for an 8.I0. By dint of sheer will-power, Prof. I..imbert restrained from swooning at the sight. November 20-Schlotzhauer reports that his best pictures ffemalel have disappeared. November 25--Some signs at Gettysburg mysteriously change over night. November 27-Gettysburg 27, F. and M. 7. Umpire Davidson. playing mudguard of F. and IVI., allowed several touchdowns to slip through his part of the line. November 30-Everybody wonders why there was such an argument about having Mon- day off in case of a victory. AFTER COLLEGE-- YOU WILL WANT TO KEEP IN TOUCH WITH OLD SCENES AND OLD FRIENDS. LANCASTER'S ONE BIG AFTER- NOON NEWSPAPER GIVES YOU ALL THE NEWS OF TOWN AND GOWN. LANCASTER New AX sy M ow I we V -I W Two Hundred Thirty Five 59 7' ' T ' I :E 4- . I Q 3:31 - 3, 5- V 51:2 1: ff U-A I-f M' - W o 'ii'fCO1ZIPIIAMMEDD TIIIRD OI.DliS'l' CULLICGIC IN PENNSYLVANIA Establvfslzed 1787 5 illrttnklin 8: atrahall Qlnllvgv Lancaster :-: Pennsylvania Franklin and Marshall College otters complete four-year courses of study, leading to degrees of A.B. and B.S. Its educational policy rests on a sound basis, and is de- veloped in broad sympathy with the needs of the present day. Courses in preparation for all professional training, in- cluding Theology, Law, Medicine, Teaching and Journal- ism, Engineering, and for Commercial Chemistry and similar scientific pursuits. New course in Economics and Business Administration in preparation for business life. Full requirements for State Certiticate to teach in High Schools. Special care is given to the individual development of each student by a faculty ot able and experienced teachers Two dormitories, gymnasium, auditorium and central heating plant now being constructed. Dormitories will be occupied at the beginning of the college year Septem- I... .AAF igh Applr. IBB.. HLEB., lgrwihmt Two Hundred Thirty Six kr A A SKCORIPIIAMMED1'i'TT-"'aiii'T-C WATCHES DIAMONDS 8 - MODERN SANITARY BARBER W. W. APPEL 81 SON si-lor 131 NORTH QUEEN STREET Ladies' and Clzildrelfs LANCASTER, PA. Hair Bobbing OPTOMETRISTS SILVERWARE 2 W. Orange St. Lancaster, Pa. Opposite Y. M. C. A. December l-Coach Weller gives his Hrst authorized basket-ball sermon to the eager candidates. ' December 5-F. and M. defeats Lafayette and Bucknell in debating. December 6-Y. W. C. A. parties start. All the college sheiks get in trim for future blind dates at Millersville. December l0+Sophs defeat Fresh 6-0 in football. Make-ups defeat the students 50-0. December l3-Cornerstone layed for new buildings. Dr. Kresge exposes head to wintry blasts. December I3-F. and M. won first wrestling meet from Stevens Tech. Hooray for "Uncle Charlienl , December I4-Andy Gump returns from wild week-end in Reading. December l6-Fresh banquet. Sophs conspicuous by their absence. as u Lancasiefs Oldest Trust Company CONGRATULATIONS to the GRADUATING CLASS of 1925 and may your introduction into the professional and business life of the world be fraught with mutual benefit to yourselves and the c A' ' " A ' ' THE LANCASTER TRUST CAPITAL szso,ood-sukrws s Two Hundred Thirty Seven X U 'C CCORIPUAMME DD EVERY MAN wants to make the most of his chance in life when it comes: and every man looks forward to the coming. The best way to prepare is by opening a Savings Account in this strong bank, for the man with ready money can take ad- vantage of his business oppor- tunities. We pay 4'Z: compound interest and assure you the protection of our Capital, Surplus and Undi- vided Profits of more than 5525,- 000.00 and the conservative pol- icies of our experienced man- agement. THE UNION TRUST COMPANY or LANCASTER, PA. HOTEL WEBER 105-107 EAST KING STREET LANCASTER, PA. On Lincoln Highway S. R. WEBER. PROP. .af Best Meals and Clean Rooms At Reasonable Prices The Sport Mart Lancasiefs U p-lo-the-M inulc Sporting Goods Store The Athletes' Headquarters SWEATERS FOR EVERYBODY , Q B. T. UNKLE COMPANY 'Z U Ea ' 'QUNKLE BEN'S PLACED l 41105 I ill XV' ,ff ' 1 -E : 5 : xfqil NN - Mm -2-' '- " ' ' llllx - 7 H , Oug I gn 1 Mas' .. ,, ' Q1 ,, ,ff f77' s ' - - f P f 4, if A -hh J N ' , '!i A' W Zlzuzz-X J ffff ' cw A ff! A Lancaster, Penna. Two Hundred Thirly Eight V x ICGORIPLAMMEDD I 'I HOUSER 81 COH0 BEST QUALITY CLEAN COAL 22 WEST CHESTNUT STREET "Say it with F lowers" FLOWERS FOR EVERYBODY ... AT - THE ROSERY 137 NORTH DUKE STREET COSTUMES FOR PLAYS, OPERAS and PAGEANTS and ACADEMIC CAPS and GOWNS OF A, SUPERIOR EXCELLENCE SUPPLIED ON RENTAL BASIS Booklet Sent on Application WAAS Sz SON Philadelphia, Pa. PRESCRIPTIONS A SPECIALTY All Orders Promptly Delivered BELL 1528-R GEORGE SMITHGALL DRUGGIST Patent Medicines and Toilet Requlsltes ICE CREAM SODA CANDY AND CIGARS Two Hundred Thzrty Nmc If K "THE MEN'S SHOP" -Smart Clothing and Furnishings featuring the correct s t y I e s favored by college men. TH HAGER 25 iiiimeii X ' iii' W V fl ximffgdw i "fv'.f ny- -5 . -- A IEEE i' 'SLT UU A I - 7?YT"f- f' ' .f 4 ' ' wif 7 -Ei+' va " gg 2 v T. -Q71 . . 3, I i ' J ? '57 i I N-A' :- Ei.. f X 1 L KCOIZIPIIAMME DJ "The Kind You Want- ls the Kind I Do ROWE A MAN IS HARD TO PLEASE when it comes to laundering. He knows how his shirts and collars should be done up. You can't fool him on that point. Let us have your next bundle. MANHATTAN LAUNDRY 229-231 W. King sneer The Printer 1l41f2 North Queen Street LANCASTER, l'A. December 20-Christmas vacation begins. l-leimvez closed on account of lack of pat- ronage. January 7-The boys are back! Mangled noses and drooping eyelids in evidence. January l4-Elmer Highberger fails to make IOO in a physics quiz and cries himself to sleep from shame. I9 The time of reckoning has come Exams start January - . . January 30-Junior Hop. Red Donaghy cleans up on the grill monopoly. January 3l-lnter-Fraternity migration dance. lm-migration would describe it better. February 2-Back to the old grind. Only four months more until vacation. February 8-Prof. Pete Noll institutes a two-week course in the Slavic tongues, open to C-lee Club men who intend to take the coal region trip. COLLEGE CLOTHES 0 AT OUR SPECIAL College Clothes Department Our New York Headquarters is constantly in touch with! the leading Colleges throughout the country-New Models and Novelty Ideas are sent to us immediately A We Always Show the Very.Latest-Every Suit With 2 Pairs of Pants 325.00 to 5545.00 PS S,TOREo NEW YORK STORE Broadway at 26th St. Two Hundred Forty NT-'-"-"SSW f'CQo1z1P1:AMME DD R ' A WATCHES, CLOCKS, 3 Ejiijjjlfif, THE srumaurs sHoP I B ' 6 5 I HAIRCUT L 4III"' R 'r' g 3, , ' ezffff' sHAvE sHAMPoo Engraving - E' A WEST BRANSBY 444 PINE STREET f ,, X. I , fIa:.a?Zi21If.:f:ifE'WWE Il r f 'il-'-2.iE'11i?1 ,,,. Ilril, me 4-"' . ...-I buns mn STS. ' BOWMA s February I6-The sleeping Green Room Club stirs, with vague promises of a play. We have hopes! February 23-All day off on account of yesterday. February 28-F. and IVI. wins first place in the Inter-collegiate Oratorical contest, thanks to "Jesus", March I--Glee Club returns from Coal Regions unharmed. March 4-The Green Room Club announces the selection of the cast for "The Impor- tance of Being Earnest". Hampden reported unnerved by the news. March I5-First ten men of each class posted. I-Iighberger weeps for more worlds to conquer. March I6-Student-Weekly chooses Andy Kerr as new editor. The column was bad enough---why turn him Ioose on editorials? THE HANOVER SHOE 54.00 and 35.00 The Greatest Shoe Value on Earth FACTORY TO CONSUMER EXCLUSIVELY 98 STORES IN 71 CITIES Factories, Hanover, Pa. A'I"I'RAC'I'IVE MODELS FOR YOUNG MEN WONDERFUL LINE OF BOYS' C'A'I AIOC SENI ON REQ fwinavfuwnfzuuronv I I LANCASTER STORE, 112 N QUE I I The Hanover Shoe, Mail Order Department I Two Hundred Forty One I 0 ,N W , fri-71? f I'mm ,u 11 'I Sk' , . I . " 'C ::. 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