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

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SANDRIDGE Business Manager 1930 1 r 57710 1931 FZDWME L Publijhed by the Q .JUN1o5,,CLASS f CFRALNKLIN. and MARSHALL COLLEGE .Gncaszcn Venn. edic axiom To DR. H. M. J. KLEIN Wz'th cz jQ'elz'2zg gf' fzpp17Ecizztz'02zfb1' My twenty yeczrf Qf dzlrfz'2zguz'fhed .rervice df P7'Wf.l07' gf HZff07jf at F7'd7Zk!Z'7Z and Md1'f6all EM' --f Aff gf myllllll l Ill 1 l Eg? "f i ' .fa f - 7 A pi Q "Su il lll.x--mi y K -X, n L: f 0 in A Q ' S u he ontezatf Campus Atlm.inist1'ation Classes t ' Athletics Urganizations Fraternities Features Advertisements fv-X YE ' Aff? EZTZLQ I Z 2, 2 9-wr' ,, , I L fs X : flax i f V wi X ' tt ee s 2 gy Ei if 5 i r PQ If v s 1 I 4, .1,, 'f 'D 4 'ak i i 3 9 s rewor0L 1 H JLQLJLQQ IH Ji i s gf f if May the events of the past year here recorded inspire the student to greater eyfort throughout the years to come, and may helook back upon his college days with a feeling of satisfaction at the generosity of spirit so 'well evinced by everything pertaining to his Alma Mater. 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This growth is apparent X both in the numerous buildings which have been . erected and in the rapid increase in the number of the Q student body. The faculty has increased until today 6 there are approximately forty-fifve members. Q , 5 O 9 0 9 9 0 9 0 0 O o 0 9 0 9 0 Q s sooo-QQ OOQQQQQQOO' 9 0 0 6 0 Q. 9 Q . O 0 9 0 0 9 0 0 9 9 9 0 O O 0 0 0 0 O O O 0 O O 0 0 9 0 0 9 9 0 0 0 6 9 9 +-+-Q-O n93lomnAMME o.o+oo+ 4 Board of Trustees OFFICERS Preszdent ..... ..... Vice-Presidents .... Secretary ..... Treasurer . . ..... . . F. FACKENTHAL, JR. fF. W. BIESECKER 1 S. R. ZIMMERMAN ....HORACE R. BARNES ....... ... FARMERS TRUST COMPANY MEMBERS Elected by the Board CHARLES G. BAKER, ESQ. CHARLES F. MILLER ....... .... J. W. B. BAUSMAN, ESQ. ... ,... WILLIAM H. HAGER ....... .... MILTON F. BARINGER .......... .... J. VVM. BOWMAN ............................ JUDGE CHARLES I. LANDIS, LL.D. ............. . Elected by CALVIN N. WENRICH, PH.D. .. ......... T. B. APPEL, M.D. ......... ............. . Elected by the JUDGE WILLIAM NEVIN FAPPEL ................ JUDGE VVILLIAM H. KELLER, LL.D. . . . . . . . . FRED. B. GERNERD, ESQ. ............ . . . . WILLIAM S. BERTOLET, M.D. ..... . . . . REV. LEE M. ERDMAN, D.D. .... .. .. Lancaster, Pa. . Lancaster, Pa. . Lancaster, Pa. .. Lancaster, Pa. . Wyncote, Pa. .. Harrisburg, Pa. Lancaster, Pa. . the Alumni Lancaster, Pa. . Lancaster, Pa. . Eastern Synod Lancaster, Pa. . Lancaster, Pa. . Allentown, Pa. Reading, Pa. .. Reading, Pa. .. B. F. FACKENTHAL, JR., LL.D. .. .... Riegelsville, Pa. A. H. ROTHERMEL, ESQ. ...... .... R eading, Pa. .. HENRY A. RENINGER ........ .... REV. C. A. SANTEE, D.D. ..... WILLIAM A. SCHNADER, ESQ. Allentown, Pa. Fort Washington, Pa. .. Philadelphia, Pa. GEN. HARRY C. TREXLER, LL.D. ..... ....... A llentown, Pa S. R. ZIMMERMAN, ESQ. ...................... Lancaster, Pa. . Elected by the Synod ofthe Potomac GEORGE D. ROBB, PD.D. ..................... . REV. JOHN L. BARNHART, D.D. .... Altoona, Pa. . .. Baltimore, Md. S. FORRY LAUCKS .................. ...York, Pa. . . . . . REV. SAMUEL HENRY STEIN, D.D. .... York, Pa. HARVEY S. BOMBERGER ........... ...Boonsboro, Md. CALVIN A. BROWN, PD.D. .................... Mercersburg, Pa Elected by the Pittsburgh Synod L. A. MEYRAN .............................. Pittsburgh, Pa. FREDERICK W. BIESECKER, ESQ. .. JOHN M. JAMISON ., ........... Somerset, Pa. .. Greensburg, Pa. If Nineteen :I Term Expires ..........I93I .....I934 ...I93S ...I936 .....I936 ...I939 ...I94O' .....1933 ...I938 .....I932 .....I932 .....I933 .....I933 .....I934 .....I935 ...r935 .....I937 .....I938 ...r938 ....I938 ...I939 ....I93I ....I93I ....1932 ....1933 ....1937 ...I94O ....I932 ...1934 ...I936 ll 0909.9OQQQQQQOOQQQQQOOQQQQQQQQQ o 6 0 6 5 O 9 0 9 0 0 9 O O 0 O 0 O O 0 0 O . . 0 O 0 O O Q 0 O o o o 9 . 0 Q . 4 I 0 0 9 9 ------o l93lomnAMME O""" ll 9 6 9 0 0 0 O . o College Directory O Q Executifue Committee l HOWARD RUEUS OMVVAKE, Chairman 9 HORACE RICHARDS BARNES ROLLIN LANDIS CHARLES 9 HERBERT HUEBENER BECK VICTOR WILLIAM DIPPELL Q MITCHELL CARROLL PETER MONROE HARBOLD 9 Q ATHLETIC COMMITTEE I 5 Representing the Board of Trustees : T. B. APPEL C. N. WENRICH S. R. ZIMMERMAN Q " Representing the Alumni . O H. W. BEUEAKER C. V. SNYDER CHARLES P. STAHR 0 9 Representing the Faculty 1 HERBERT H. BECK V. VV. DIPPELL HOWTARD R, GMWVAKE Q Representing the Students : R.. Ev. BORGER - T. G. CONEER K, C, HORNER Q A BOARD OF CONTROL t A ' - 1 Representing the Board of T1-ii51fgg5 . C- G-BAKER VV. H. HAGER C. N. XNENRICH z :A ,K K Representing the Faculty Q - - UNKEL LAIRD E. L. LANCASTER I H F R6'PT656'11fi11g the Students . . ISHER . . Q A. L- K I ' G. H. HORST , LECKNR G. R. P. MCNAB . . 9 0 Q I Tfwentyj 0 O I I 99900090000 Q. OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO' K"r-. -Mrs If:-veg, . 1 "'..g, 'Nm 1.1.-sT'3 Q IVYEERXLXX , . 1 I . brim: Uwsw,xxi Hfvxxsn Ysxmcn XHSTER HRST 51 GAB ' : +-----0 , 1931 ORIFLAMME 9 + -vfvff 9 O O 0 O 0 0 0 0 0 O O 0 O O O 0 O 0 O O O 0 0 9 0 O O 9 0 0 O 9 0 9 0 9 0 6 0 0 O 6 9 O Faculty HENRY HARBAUGH APPLE, A.M., D.D., LL.D. 9 President of the College, upon the Geo. F. Bear Foundation A Born Mercersburg, Pa., November 8, 1869, son of Thomas Gilmore Apple CPresident of Franklin and Marshall College, 1877-1889, and Emma Miller Apple. A.B. Franklin'and Marshall College, 1889, A.M. Franklin and Marshall College, 1892, Graduate Theological Seminary of Reformed Church in the United States, 1892, D.D. Lafayette College, 1909, LL.D. University of Pennsylvania, 1913, University of Pittsburgh, 1919, and Heidelberg University, 1925. Ordained Reformed Church Ministry, 1892, Pastor of St. John's Church, Philadelphia, 1892-1898, ,Trinity Church, York, 1898-1909, President Franklin and Marshall College since July, 1909. President Philadelphia Classis, 1896, President Zion Classis, 1902, President Po- tomac Synod, IQOSQ Member Executive Committee Board of Home Missions, President Schu- bert Chorus Choir, York. Service in World VVar: Chairman United War Work, Director Red Cross, Chairman Federal Labor Board for Lancaster County. Member College and University Council of Pennsylvania, York County Historical Society, Phi Kappa Psi Fraternity, Phi Beta Kappa, American Academy of Political and Social Sciences, American Philosophical Society, President Association of Schools, Colleges, and Seminaries of the Reformed Church, President Association of Pennsylvania College Presidents, 1920-1921, President Lancaster Chamber of Commerce. I Tfwenty Onerl 090400040000QQQQQQQQQQOQQQQQQQ 9 6 0 0 6 9 4 Q 0 0 O O 0 0 O 9 0 9 O O O O 0 O Q. O. 9 . 0 O Q , 9 0 0 Q 6 4 0 4 o 0 0 O 0 9 I I l l l 1 1 l 4 1 l l illllli Ill ......O l93l0RlFl.AMME G+-- o o 6 O 0 O 0 0 0 0 O O O 0 0 0 0 9 9 0 9 6 9 6 9 6 O O 0 0 9 0 9 6 Q 0 0 0 9 0 9 0 9 9 ll -1 if V 5, X Si., 5 2 .2 X ss A 'R 4 X X- 4 15 82: , it XJ, ,.., , ,ya .. , ..., . +1 fwf- 'x'i"L?l" ' I "f X Qui- Q 3 5 9' , 1 if, si' iw ,wi 2 24 ,. xx gg is PM wal' GEORGE FULMER MULL, A.M., LITT.D. Emeritus Professor of Ldlifl Born Reading, Pa., October 7, 1851- A-B- 1872i1 1i375s Mercersburg College, Litt.D. Franklin and Mars a o ege,X 1 IO Course in Theology at Mercersburg, 1873-1876. Student of Classical Philology, UDiVC1'SitY Of Leipzig, 1876'1377- IDD' t ctor of Latin and Greek 1872-1876,.and Professor of Latin, i8r7iI7-1880, Mercersburg College. Recording Clerk, State De- Public Instruction, Harrisburg, Pa., 1881-1884. Rzehirdlrerliraiiilclin and Marshall Academy, 1884-1886. Adj. Pro- fessor of English 'Literature and Latin, I886f-1891. Professor English Literature, 1891-1892. Professor Latin Language and Literature, Franklin and Marshall College since 1892, Secre- tary of the Faculty 1894-1927, and Secretary of the Board of Trustees of Franklin and Marshall College 1910-1927. Mem- ber of American Philological Association, Classical Association of Atlantic States, Classical League, American Academy of Political and Social Sciences, National Security League. HERBERT HUEBENER BECK, B.S. Professor of Chemistry and Mineralogy izglql Born at Lititz, Pa., November 15, 1875. Bethlehem Prepara- ",. rery Seheel, 1890-ISQL Received Degree of B-S- in Ch-, Le- .e'.' high UhiVafSitY, 1896- Graduate Wafkf Technological Ihsti' tute, Berlin, 1904. Professor of Chemistry and Mineralogy, Franklin and Marshall College, since 1901, Director of College 1 , 2552 ",: Museum. Member of American Chemical Society, American Ornithologists' Union, President Lancaster County Historical ,.f"'Q ' Society, President Linnaean Society of Lancaster County, As- sociate Member Delaware Valley Ornithological Club,IMem- 'l ber of Delta Upsilon and Tau Beta Pi. Author of " The Occult Senses in Birds I' for the reports of the Smithsonian ii i "" Institution, also "Minerals of Lancaster County," H Birds of I Lancaster County " and "Mammals of Lancaster County." H. M. J. KLEIN, PH.D. Huderzried Professor of History and Archaeology l Born at Hazelton, Pa., December 9, 1873. Student at Muh- l'enberg College, 1889-1891, A.B. Franklin and Marshall Col- lege, 1893. Received Degree of Ph.D. from Franklin and Marshall College, 1907. Studied' at the University of Berlin, 1899, Student at the Theological Seminary of Reformed Church at Lancaster, Pa., 1893-1896. Ordained Minister of Reformed Z1011 -,Churchs Allentown, Pa., 1905-1910, Audenried Professor of H1St01'Y and Archaeology, Franklin and Marshall College, SIUCC 19103 Professor of History, University of Pittsburgh Sum- mer School, 1912. President Eastern Synod of Reformed or Ji My I vm I' .. ii 1 Ny , in ,.A. ff , , Q . l . ..,. Church, 1896, Pastor of Grace Church, York, Pa., 1896-1905, .5 ,lj 7' ps w. M i 4-ooo-sees - ""'999so9, Church, 1914-191g Member of American Academy of Politi- cal and Social Sciences, Phi Gamma Delta Phi Beta Kappa, .Tau Kappa Alpha. Contributed articles oh history, religion and PlEl0S0PhY to various periodicals, Contributor to Lancaster dew P ra. Member .American Historical Association, Presi- ent ennsylvan1a,H1stor1cal Institute. fTfwe1ztyTrwo:l O 9 99 Q00 D. l 1 Vwmm su ,, KW: 'rt gt' U .te B. VICTOR VVILLIAM DIPPELL, PH.D. Professor of German --45 0 +V V ll 000009 .. 6 o 9 I O 6 5 O 1 95, Born February 17, 1874, in Huntington, Indiana. Graduated L from the Eastburn Academy, Philadelphia, in 1891, and from I I qgnis HIQ the University of Pennsylvania in 1895. Received the Degree ,tlw A . Q L P1 of Ph.D. from the U. of P. in 1899. Graduated from the East- qi .Vt"1' . 5 I ',Qe ' 1 Hu.: ml-qt ern Theological Seminary in 1900, Graduate Course 1n He- ,,, in , - 1 0 ,-sh' brew, Arabic and Assyrian in the University of Breslau, 1897. .,. A 9 . Q L' N Taught Latin, Greek, Hebrew and German at Temple College, Q Ugg. 1896-1897. Served as Pastor of St. John's Church, Lebanon, - tl' sig: sm? Pa., 1901-1910. Became Professor of Modern Languages at I ,Q ,gz Q: ...,1 ',,.,s, 5.5 0 45 Mhz' Franklin and Marshall in 1910, Served as Member of the l,. ,blqi ,.., Q ,tb-rpg, xl: Board of Control and of the Board of Governors and is a mem- FII! ber of the Athletic Committee. Secretary of Pennsylvania f Tllg ,hu Chautauqua, 1903-1909, President 1909-1913, Served as Editor sg has - i of the "Pennsylvania Chautauqua," a daily newspaper. Presi- dent of the Eastern Synod, 1904-1905, Modern Language Asso- 0 ciation of the United States, Phi Kappa Sigma Fraternity, Phi Beta Kappa Fraternity of the U. of P., and also a Member of Q the Masons and Odd Fellows. 0 9 Q -A JOHN NEVIN SCHAEFFER, B.LITT., OXON. O b pizlzb Professor of the Greek Language and Literature 0 I lii Born July 23, 1882, in Danville, Pa. Graduated from Frank- 'L lin and Marshall College in 1903 as Salutatorian. Instructor in . Ig Classics at Millersville State Normal School, 1903-1905. Rhodes . .." Scholar at Oxford, 1905-1908, Received Degree of B.Litt., Ox- .,... ford, 1908. Instructor in Latin at Franklin and Marshall Acad- ,',.,- emy, 1908-1909, Instructor in Classics, Princeton University, 0 1909-1910, Professor of Classics at Franklin and Marshall Col- Q .,.: ' lege since 1910, Lecturer in the University of Pennsylvania Summer School, 1923 and 1926, President Lancaster Board, of Q "---:" Education, 1926-28. Member Phi Beta Kappa, Tau Kappa 1 Alpha, Kappa Sigma, Pennsylvania State Educational Associa- tion, American Philological Association, American Classical - League, Classical Association of Middle Atlantic States. 0 F930 O ar Mi- . tzng CJ- CHARLES EDWARD MEYERS, A.M. ,,,, up . 355 J . Professor of English 'l" . .. um I Born February 20, 1880, Hanover, Pa. Graduated from ,Q lgllld 4 Franklin and Marshall Colllegci, I9Oi, with A.B. Degree, Grad- .V'. 0 . 1 uated rom the Eastern T eo ogica Seminary, Lancaster, Pa., Q ii j .l'96"m5' 5 1905, Received A.M. from University of Pennsylvania, 1915. :" I i" 1 "8"": ,,,, ..,,,..- . , Q fl Pfam' Q Instructor at Yeates School, Lancaster, Pa., 1900-1903, In- 45 can F structor York County .Academy, 1906-1909, Pastor Emmanuel HWQSC' , Reformed Church, York, Pa., 1905-1909, Pastor St. J0hn's Re- IM gl formed Church, Philadelphia, Pa., 1909-1916, Instructor in - 'jfs' he English, University of Pennsylvania, 1910-1916, Professor of 6, Kap! . English, Franklin and Marshall College, since 1916. Member Q ' . f the Ka a Si ma Fraternit . ,yu nil' Z 0 pp g Y . il, ' Q aa: W' ' O fs 9 sl Q fTfwenty Three :I . 0 90000900000OOOOQOOOCOQOOOOO0O . . . . 1931 omrLAMME O Q + + - - XVILLIAM FRANKLIN LONG, A.B. Professor of Illatlzematics and Astronomy Born April 18, 1871, near Boyertown, Berks County, Pa. En- tered Kutztown State Normal School in 1887, Taught in rural schools three years, Graduated from Kutztown Normal with honors in 1891. Taught for two years and entered Franklin and Marshall, 1894. Won the German prize and graduated in 1897, delivering the Salutatory Oration in German. Served as P-rincipal of the Johnstown High School, 1897-1908, Taught Mathematics at Pittsburgh Central High School, 1908-1918, As- sumed the duties of Professor of Mathematics and Director of Daniel Scholl Observatory at Franklin and Marshall in 1918. Took graduate courses in Mathematics at the University of Pittsburgh and in Astronomy .at the 'Allegheny Observatory, Attended Summer Sessions at Harvard, Cornell, Chicago, Uni- versity of Pennsylvania and Columbia University. Member of the Sigma Pi and the Phi Beta Kappa Fraternities. PETER MONROE HARBOLD, PH.B., A.M., SC.D. Professor of Education Born November 17, 1873, Cumberland County. Graduated from Millersville State Normal School. Received Ph.B. from Franklin and Marshall College. Studied in Graduate Schools of Chicago University, University of Pennsylvania, and Har- vard. Degrees: Ph.B. CF. and MJ, A.M. CHarvardj, Sc.D. QF. and MJ. Taught in Public Schools, 1891-1896. Millers- ville State Normal School, Teacher, I89S-1903, Superintendent of Training School, 1905-1911, Superintendent of Lancaster City Schools, 1911-1912, Principal of Normal School, 1912- 1918. Camp Educational Director, 1918-1919, Camp Meade, Army Y. M. C. A. Professor of Education and Psychology at Franklin and Marshall since September, 1919. Member of Phi Beta Kappa Fraternity of Franklin and'Marshall, Kappa Sigma Fraternity, Life Member of Pennsylvania State Educa- tional Association, Member of National Educational Associa- tion. 9 9 HOWARD RUFUS 9 Dean of the College and Pro essor of French Born May 1, 1878, Greencastle, Pa. Graduated from Mer- cersburg Academy, 1897. Received A.B. Degree at Princeton, 1891, A.M. from Princeton, 1904, Graduate Work at Univer- SIYY Of PCHHSYIVHIUH, 1914-1916, 1921-1927, Instructor at Syrian Protestant College, Beirut, 1901-1904, Head of Latin Depart- YIICHY, Mercersburg AC21Cl6my, 1904-1908, Senior Master, Har- flsbufg ACHdClT1Y, 1909-1919, Dean and Professor of French at Franklin and Marshall since I9I9. Member Pennsylvania State Educational Association, Phi Delta Kappa, Phi Beta Kappa and the Phi Kappa Sigma Fraternities, Association of American University Professors, American Association for the gidvzincement of Science, and the Lancaster County Historical oc1e y. I: Tfwenty Fourfl ,""""'99"'t9'o" "9 690904999099 O Ps at rn, '-:CK D - 1. Hts: g,, PE: , yung .,. fgfhb 1-I' with 11,3 I,,r'g'nil ..,, "U':1:f,5 "ms 5e'rg,j .. md: Tr, . 1352 .iamqtuil :is- st 112253: sf 'ilu . , 5-Q Q, ii!! .. ,liffyzh of tix , ik-'5f.'Z1f9rF: - .Milam CRE. xtfflsff of 1. Mer- fairer- Svrilll +++++. l93l0RlFl.AMME' 4b-----+ O o IVIITCHEL CARROLL, PH.D. The B. F. Fackentlzal, Jr., Professorship of Biology Born July 7, 1885, Philadelphia, Pa. Graduated with B.S. from University of Pennsylvania, 1906. Received Degree of Ph.D. from U. of P., 1919, Harrison Fellow in Zoology, U. of P. Ctwo yearsj. Teacher in Philadelphia Public Schools ffive yearsj , Assistant in Zoology at the University of Pennsylvania fone yearj, Assistant State Entomologist in the State of New Jersey Cthree yearsj, Professor of Biology at Franklin and Marshall since 1919. Publications: " An Extra Dyad and an Extra Tetrad in the Spermatogenesis of Camnula Pellicuda," "The Mosquito Must Go," " Mosquito Control: Problemof the New Jersey Side of the Delaware River," etc. Member of American Association for the Advancement of Science, Ameri- can Society of Mammalogists, Marine Biological Laboratory, American Association of Economic Entomologists, American Genetic Association, Lambda Chi Alpha and Sigma Xi Frater- nities, American Society of Zoologists, Fellow of American As- sociation for Advancement of Science, American Society of Parasitologists, American Microscopical Society. 4 Vg. .-.f-f3:W"" O PM 4z,,.,.Zea...w4 s M y-2.1-.1s.f:: - .1 " . 1 .V ,.g. . , wx .-..S.-::..,11:"-"- 5 ' .9 '-51, ' '1A' mi. 'fi 1 .5 . J, Q rv tg sm, - Q ,KE z 1 'Ygt 1. 1 f. 4, 7 7 Q is ,M s , ,aw-A fx 7, A C ,,. .41 A Q-if 1 1, ,Q3 x N c 415 f s ' fag.. .K 1,4 je, '. ,g1,,.7.:-3 , ':2s'viQ2ss. wN""f- ' t 9' ,J Q 4 tx 1 1, f. 7 Sr xb v 4 V: fm, A v HORACE RICHARD BARNES, A.M. ..,. a ,...., .,..,.. . .,. ...........,........ . Professor of Economics and Business Aldministration Born May 8, 1887, Haddonfield, N. J. Graduated from Uni- versity of Pennsylvania with A.B. Degree, 1911. Received Harrison Scholarship in Psychology at the Graduate School of the University of Pennsylvania, receiving his A.M. in 1913, Harrison Fellow in Economics from 1913-1915, Special Secre- tary, Navy Y. M. C. A., Norfolk, Virginia, 1912, Head of Com- mercial Department, Peddie Institute, Hightstown, N. J., 1915- 1916, In Charge of Accounting and Statistics in both Day and Evening Schools at Drexel Institute, 1916-1918. Accepted the Professorship of Economics at Pennsylvania Military College in April, 1918. Accepted the position of Bursar at U. of P. in 1919, Director of Curtis Publishing Company's Boys' Camp, Summers of 1914 and 1917, Vice-President Lancaster County Council, Boy Scouts of America, Served with the Food Admin- istration in charge of Sugar Distribution in Delaware Co., Pa., Summer of I9I8Q Work in the oflice and on the road for Penn- sylvania Military College, Summer of 1919, Professor of Eco- nomics and Business Administration at Franklin and Marshall since 1921, Secretary of the Board of Trustees. Vice-President Grand Chapter Phi Sigma Kappa. Phi Sigma Kappa Frater- nity, Member Board of Directors and First Vice-President Lan- caster Advertisers Club. PHILIP WARNER HARRY, P1-LD. Professor of Romance Languages Born August 9, 1879, near Baltimore, Md. Graduated with A.B. Degree from Johns Hopkins University. Received Ph.D. from Johns Hopkins, specializing in French and Spanish. Studied at the Sorbonne, Paris, and at the University of Ma- drid, also followed Special Summer Courses in the Alliance Francaise, Paris, Ecole des Langues, Rome, McGill University and Middlebury College. Served overseas as Y. M. C. A. worker with the French Army CFoyer du Soldatjg Director of Education at the Foyer du Soldat et du Marin at Toulon after the Armistice was signed. Instructor in Romance Languages at the University of Cincinnati and Northwestern University, Assistant Professor of Romance Languages at the University of Pittsburgh, Associa-te Professor of Romance Languages at Colby College. Came to Franklin and Marshall in September, 1922, as Professor of Romance Languages. Edited several text books for class use, both French and Spanish. Member of the Modern Language Association of North America, American Academy of Political and Social Sciences, and of the Alpha and Lambda Chl Alpha Fraternities. h I Tfwenty Fifllfj ,Y-,R firsiffsl 1 V -I.. . Qiriigzizigigigi.5.-ifg-.ggzigg-31g-3'1-1j,-5-3:1::g:3E1.j111j:2jE-2'E'.'f5.q:1:,.,Q.:,N '-1 -1 Q : s--311:11g:.r:rf-32:1::r:.,.::1:z:g15:Z"2:-:s:12L5:I:-.V331.1:21,11,1'11-5:12-5.2::5:Er:r.1 gg - '-ii?E222Eii12Zi1f'EW-2225?1'Eiif2'1fii'2-2:IEE-EE'12EeZeZ2i?E252e122121iS1 -if S3-N'2:5Q-2-1.12.13 'Zig ' - f ' 1- V ' K E . 552525 I3 .- -. . ' Q S+, sr:-razzzsm...ss'111:fza:1:z:::.1.z.assf,. K -Kar ' f . L 'S-N: bf:-:.' -f-- ' N' fill. 332:32-I-Qtfp ' ' 1 . -w::as:s::f- . . tw 'f3!ifEf?:2"-'I'.1'?f55255's -.: ' 900000990099OOOQOOOOOOOQOOOOOO A O 6 0 O 9 0 5 0 0 0 0 0 9 0 O O O O 0 5 9 O 0 O 9 O 0 9 O O 0 0 0 0 9 O O 0 0 0 0 9 l a 1 lf 1 3,214 0 O 9 0 O O O 0 0 0 0 O 0 9 O O 9 9 9 9 O 0 0 0 6 0 9 9 O 0 0 O O 9 0 0 O o 0 9 0 9 0 9 409900 'gs' 0 , gt 1 ,WL-s X X xl 1 4 N X ,. X P ,tip . 1 EE? .43 x . rx, . .I H I ,,, .C , K i 4 A 'X 3 x X X is ' Q N ig Q ROLLIN LANDIS CHARLES, A.M. Professor of Physics and Electricity November 26, 1885, Bethlehem, Pa. .Graduated from Leliiglli University with A.B. Degree.. Received A.M.'from Lehigh. Studied at Columbia University and Un1VerS1ty,0f Pennsylvania. Professor of Physics at Lehigh University. Came to Franklin and Marshall as Professor of .Physics and Electricity, September, 1922. Co-author of.Frankl1n, MacNutt and Charles, "Calculus.', Member of Phi Beta Kappa, Chl Phi American Physical Society, American Mathematical Asso- ciation, American Museum of Natural History, Socletyufor Pro- moting Engineering Education. Fellow of the American As- sociation for the Advancement of Science. ALEXANDER TOTH, n.D. Professor of Hungarian Language and Literature Graduate of Debreczen, Hung-aryg Post-Graduate Study at Geneva, Switzerland. Came to Franklin and Marshall 1n 1922 as Professor of Hungarian Language and Literature in connec- tion with Franklin and Marshall Academy and the Theological - Ap- ,,.f,.ge.:::1a-sa is f,-.S+ . iff-Q44 gQ:Q5iif225i?ifl. " if is? X ' l s 7 f ' 2 X f,f 4? sf f V I if if , aw? VXX x +, xiii AH-4 ,- xr Q Ba 8 I ,,,., . W af- . 4 , xx vt. , 2 , ,2 ,S gg New as Q X if-5: ig-53234 I :-:bf .A ,.j.,:1:15:51 1 - ,z , - fi 0 Y: vi 4 ii., M? X sagem . Y? "" X 2 ws ff soooooy, ELIJAH EVERITT KRESGE, PH.D. Professor of Philosophy Born at McMichaels, Pa., November 4, 1876. A.B. Franklin and Marshall College, ISQSQ B.D. Theological Seminary, IQOIQ Ph.D. University of Pennsylvania, 1913. Pastor of Dubbs Me- morial Reformed Church, Allentown, Pa., IQOZ-1923. Professor of Psychology, Allentown College for Women QCedar Crest Collegel, 1907-19125 Acting President of Allentown College for Women, 1908-1909. Author of " Immanuel Kant's Doctrine of Teleology," 1914, " The Church and the Ever-Coming Kingdom of God," 1922. Chairman of Committee on Education of the Social Service Commission of the Reformed Church in the United States, I92O-I924Q Corresponding Member of the World Alliance for the Promotion of International Friendship and Good-Wi-llg Member of the American Academy of Political and Social Sciences, Board of Visitors of the Theological Seminary, Board of Education of the Eastern Synod of the Reformed Church, Authors' Club of North America and London, Englandg Who's Who in America," Phi Beta Kappa, Sigma Pi and Phi Upsilon Kappa Fraternities. Ii Tfwenty Sixil 9-999996999o09o+999oo FFS Soi 5637. X X! ,Q 'fa' hm lffuqtd . inf .tn 9' N hi, U .ml Qgafx 1... . -Vxxm .Ml Nm Q5 stqigndttu K Nw. . ' nu' ' "mf Steph, e .L-megan is Y S. Yrmilin BLT. limi Datos M4- , Pmirswr 'edu Cm! C fill' IVKQHW 'f in af g . fs ' ll 25, Iiorii wiv 'Hd ll afsql N 1 Xdvfmfd 5 mimi? , e and Ph' if lv I 6 l 1 . I X ,51 1 'Q ,W 4. 1 4, 0 ii i' 23 '- .. , 1 .rf .4-T' , ,.! 4 :S G: ' r i?-I , new Z +-----0 93lomrLAMME I 00 +- ++ 9 9 o 0 4 0 Q o o 0 0 o o ao 10 O 0 0 0 10 O 9 .0 9 9 O O 0 9 O O 9 O 0 u 0 Q 9 5 9 9 9 5 9 0 as an AIIQ in CHARLES WILLIAM MAYSER Prof?-U07 of Physical Eduwfion "L' ':"""'1"' Graduate of New Haven Normal School, Gymnastics, 1901. 1 " 4f' :': Special work at Yale University, 1900-1901-1902. Assistant, ,,,,,,, , ,,:::::: Athletics and Gymnastics at Yale, 1900-1 903. Coach Football, Williston, Newark Academy, Tome School, Iowa State. Ath- :il letic Director Iowa State. Athletic Director at Franklin and Marshall College since September, 1923. . W ' ..."" . ,.-vw 1 -v. Avgiri' W Aw ""N 101 4 X x EX X -I I E ' .a ' gi .Fi,E5E5EEgE5, X Q X 1 Q-LZ-I -OWS SIVERT NIELSEN HAGEN, PH.D. Professor of English Born at Milan, Minn., September 4, 1872. Graduated from Willmar Seminary, 1892, and received the Degree of A.B. from Luther College, Iowa, in 1896, and the Degree of Ph.D. in Eng- lish from Johns Hopkins University in 1900. Instructor in English at the State University of Iowa, 1900-1905, Associate Editor of Worcester's Dictionary, Philadelphia, IQO5-1906, In- structor, later Assistant Professor of English and German, Vanderbilt University, 1906-1916, Professor of English, Gettys- burg College, 1916-1924, Professor of English, Franklin and Marshall College, 1924. Member of the Modern Language Association, Contributor to American and European periodi- cals, Member of Phi Beta Kappa and Sigma Upsilon Fraterni- ties, Member of the American Association of University Pro- fessors. RAY HARBAUGH DOTTERER, PH.D. A.B. Degree, Franklin and Marshall College, Ph.D. Degree, , Johns Hopkins, 1917. Since 1918 Associate Professor of Phi- losophy at Pennsylvania State College. Professor of Psychol- , .,....,. ogy at Franklin and Marshall since 1926. Member American Philosophical Association, American Association for the Ad- vancement of Science. Member of the Phi Beta Kappa and Lambda Chi Alpha Fraternities. Author of "Beginner's ' Logic." I Tfwenty Sefven fl ll +f++oo IQSIORIFLAMME o-----+ O o ARTHUR KING KUNKEL, A.M. Assistant Professor of Political Science Born September 14, 1894, Harrisburg, Pa. Graduated from Franklin and Marshall College with A.B. Degree, 1915. Re- ceived A.M. from Franklin and Marshall in 1920. Studied at Dickinson Law School and Columbia University. Taught at the Harrisburg Academy. Came to Franklin and Marshall as Assistant Professor of Economics and Political Science, Sep- tember, 1922. Member of Phi Kappa Sigma Fraternity, Amer- ican Association of University Professors, American Political X gn... , ,155-' 4' 4, O Q, f:'fffv'v:: 1 1ae:5V-5.s:5:5:5:5:5:5:5:.-. :5:f:5 5 ,---5:5:5E525E5555?E 1 5251 5555555553 ' ii 'Y'5535i5r2'f35'.if:555:555553E:5-E555 E1EfE,Ef?'5f5555555555553255.2555525553 I 5 I ififffiiiil-'3355Ei1i.5if1E.Qi2Q222ffffzsz. .5555 'l 5' YZ 4 are y h "I'I'Z'Z'I .- : '52 - . " i ' L5"I"',.I12i5i25iE25''"''ili5iE2i252iSE5?i''EEEIII15' - 1 ggi - :gi:gzg5g55eg55if'155s5255 .- Ag fggz -- 2 'SS' ' A gsgsztiziisiagsgsgzgzgag in Sciences. . Science Association, American Academy of Political and Social 0 O 9 O 0 9 srrrccs r . , , 555,. 0 O 6 0 9 0 9 1 N' fr! fp' . fgff - N ' -',,..-xxx .fl K X Q ,x if 2 xx 'i , X Q Big' . . .,,. , 3.253 -1 f viqg esf " U' ,. F cw r s.- : 5- 'SE1 , 1 . :"'. . -IE' , 1 -,xx I N 2 . '95 x A QX X X XX . ' rss X A K Q A N., X3 Ny -sz! X 4 , X., X Q xx A , K :Q ' QQ lf EDWARD LEE LANCASTER, M.S. Assistant Professor of Business Administration Born August 12, 1898, Philadelphia, Pa. Graduated from University of Pennsylvania, 1920. Instructor one year in Busi- ness Administration at Carolina State College. Came to Frank- lin and Marshall as Assistant Professor of Business Admin- istration, September, 1922. Member of the Pi Kappa Phi and Delta Sigma Phi Fraternities. Auditor of Board of Control. PAUL MOYER LIMBERT, Ph.D. Assistant Professor of Religion Born May 27, 1 8 97, Grove City, Pa. Gradu ated from Mer- pfuzzl c e r s b u r g A c a d e m y , 1 9 1 4. G r a d u a t e d f r o m F r a n kl i n a n d M a r sh all College W ith A .B . D e gr e e, 1 9 1 8 . Rece iv e d A .M. D e - i. gr e e f rom F r an k l in a n d M a r s h a ll C ol l e g e, 1 9 22 g B .D . D e g r e e .5" ifflliifi ..: ',',' 2 I from the Theological S eminary of the Reformed Church, Lan- ..5q., """5i"' 0 caster, 1922, B.D. from Union Theological Seminary, N. Y., V ' 1 9 2 3 g P h .D . from Col u m bi a Univ e r sity, 1 9 2 9 . P a sto r of S t. ,.5',- 3, :.,- 1--55: John's Reformed Church, Pottstown, Pa., 1 922-I 92 3 . C ame to " 5' ',',. 5,'5 F r a n kl i n a n d M a r s h al l C 0 l l e g e a s In s t r u ct o r in R el i gi o n, 1 9 2 3 . ' Co-author of monograph, " Undergraduate Instruction in Reli- ,Q gious Education in the U . S .," 1 928 g " Denomin ational Policies . 5':: in the Support and Supervision -of Higher Education," 1 929. ' ' Member of Religious Education Association, Phi Kappa Tau, Phi Beta Kappa, Phi Delta Kappa, and Tau Kappa Alpha Fra- ternities. I:Tfwenty Nineil ,,,,,qgQ9gQoo4o9ooooo049909094 ll ' 4 9 6 9 0 9 9 9 0 9 0 0 9 0 9 0 9 O 0 O 5 9 9 9 0 0 0 0 9 0 0 9 0 0 O 0 9 O 0 O 0 O 5 0 0 ....o-O l93l0RlFl.AMME O"' O 6 O O 0 O 6 0 9 0 0 0 0 O 0 O 0 9 9 O 0 0 9 0 9 O 0 0 0 9 0 0 9 0 o 0 O 0 o o Q 9 9 O 0 A as.. Q PAUL NESTEL BLESSING, Bs. Assistant Professor of Mdiflemdfiff ' - . duated from , A l , 1888, Carrollton, Ky Gra c i- ,,.. . ,f Svsigaorklimorlerlcjlige in 1914, with BIS' Degree' Instructor Q 'di' University of Kentucky, 1917-1918, University of Iowa, 1919- s.:" 1925 where he is taking Work for the Ph.D. Degree. Came to ll Frariklin and Marshall College in September, 1926. Member of Delta Sigma Phi Fraternity. SAMUEL LOOMIS MOHLER, PH.D. Assistant Professor of Latin Born March 29, 1895, Baltimore Md. Graduated from Dick- inson College in 1914 as Valedictorian, with A.B. Degreeg re- ceived Degree of A.M., Harvard, IQISQ Ph.D. University of Pennsylvania, 1926. Instructor Wilmington Conference Acad- emy, Dover, Del.g Loomis Institute, Windsor, Conn.g Camden High School, and Instructor University of Pennsylvania, 1921- 1925: Franklin and. Marshall College, 1926. Member of the Phi Beta Kappa and Kappa Sigma Fraternities. 5 ' -2:-.L -. v.' K x . -H -,Z 'wg-si .KE 1 ,-V 1-:-V.. we-,:. .. :: .. -I. - 3?Yf5:':::f-. -:: ..,.- ' "1E56g5S:Ei: 'A -I' . . Q ,. if L JOHN BOYER NOSS, A.M., PH.D . e:4:.g.:.-. fx: -.v 'TNSI-E:f.'g.-:V Er,--.-:te ,X . . I J .11 es-' 11 -4'11 21- Born October 5, 1896, Sendai, japan. Son of Dr Christopher . 2. 5 ifirf N, 2 2 D Noss, missionary of the Reformed Church in the U. S. to Japan. Graduat-edgfrom Franklin and Marshall College with an A.B. Degree in 1916. .Received Degree of B.D. from the Reformed Theological Seminary and the Degree of Ph.D. from the Uni- Vefslfy of Efllnburgh, Scotland, 1928. Served as Pastor of Bethany Reformed Church, Ephrata, Pa., 1922-1926. Came to Franklin and Marshall College as Assistant Professor of Phi- losophy, September, 1928. Member of Phi Beta Kappa Fra- ternity. I Thirtyil .I QQQCQQQQNQQQQQ 9000900990009 Wm :'.,,'-.2 f D A 2 X 9'9- If ff, - R a l:i4f095f' rv 11911 l an .LB- Rtffifgf the fl' Pwr 'f C109 P ref W' W3 FU' A H 3 .v 4 0 ' as 7 . 4 1 +-----O l93l0RlFl.AMMlE of-O-. ' v O 0 0 0 6 0 0 O 0 0 0 0 O 9 0 0 O 0 O O O 0 O 0 Q 0 o 0 0 ' Q 0 9 0 9 0 Q Q 5 9 Q 9 5 9 5 an 0 JERRY ALVIN NEPRASH, A.M. Assistant Professor of Sociology Born July 1, 1900, Cedar Rapids, Iowa. Graduated from Coe College with the Degree of A.B. Cum Laude, I925. Re- ceived A.M. Degree at Columbia University, 1925. Graduate work taken at Columbia University, 1925-1928. All work corn- pleted for Ph.D. Degree except dissertation which probably will be completed and published this year, on the subject, "Sena- torial Elections in Iowa, 1920-26, a quantitative analysis of the motivation of public opinion." Roberts Fellow in Sociology at Columbia University for three successive years. Assistant in Sociology, Coe College, summers of 1926-1928. Tutor in Sociology, Columbia University, 1926-1928. Instructor in So- ciology, Columbia University, 1927-1928. Came to Franklin and Marshall College as Assistant Professor of Sociology, Sep- tember, 1928. Member of Phi Kappa Phi Fraternity, American Statistical Association, American Sociological Society, and the Torch Club. .X O ,f 4: f V M K ' , V . ,fy V, sz 4.1 xr? .2 fb 4 , A Q, Q 1 r M Q ,gq If My 1 'if L H .-. I ,. l'u. ,-if li ' 'iii 'iw Ai . .......,,, ..,, ,.., X , .,, 5 23? '? 6 ,fr ,grey sw wg i gf. 'ffb , Z? 3347 fi 2 9 Y Pet if L91 Ya 5, i l t Q gf' ,. is 1-aff: N. , .5,.,g3151,3:5555:.:. V. .,, .2 ...... V ...,. e- -. ' ' .. ,- ,-s - . ,.:.,:.-.1 ..-,,,, ::,:+.Q P-'-1---z. . ti ,-s:-1-:-:-11:--2:iw .xk r.. . .1 f-. -31.112 , Q '--. 3--ze- A. 5: 'ff I A-:rf ."gZ 5. .3 ' 1. : w ---r- --fr-:-'::.',:.:s:1.. 5 I gf-35,tgiqizij-..j.5::I,",,:.:'f --55"-'IE"'E1:5'2,Q ' 4 :TQSBX q"E:lQck3:-.'3:-:3:5:5:5:i:5.55:-:5:',i,, '-23:-2 ' .'525f51'f'2' fi - " ' 35' Q, .-si:E:EiEaizga.z:Qa,i' 1 ska was-:f -' " E2 3 sf 1 gs N si S x , E , 5 hx , 'f aux., 1 X5 1 . NV as Q X 9 V zgzgnggigggzrzf-"' - NOEL POTTER LAIRD, B.S.C., B.B.A., A.M., M.B.A. Assistant Professor of Economics and Business Administration Born in Clarendon, Vt. B.B.A. and M.B.A. from Boston University, B.S.C. from Temple University, A.M. from Uni- versity of Pennsylvania, five years of graduate work at U. of P. for Ph.D. Former head of Commercial Department, Wil- mington, Del., High School, former Instructor in School of Commerce at Temple. President of Advertising Crafts Club of Philadelphia, 1925-1927. Overseas service with the U. S. Tank Corps during World War. Came to Franklin and Marshall, September, 1925. Asst. Personnel Manager, Sesqui- Centennial, Summer 1926. Member of Delta Sigma Phi, Amer- ican Economics Assoc. and Nat. Assoc. of Teachers of Market- ing and Advertising. Director Lancaster Advertising Club, 1929-1930. Professor at Rutgers University Summer Session, ANSON FOWLER SHERMAN LITT.B. A.M ,Instructor of Romance Languages Born at Walden, N. Y., September 18, 1894. Graduated with Litt.B. Degree, Rutgers College, 1918. Interpreter to Head- 1 .:-:.. --f: - ..-.-.-.-.-.-..... ...-1. 1 quarters Troop of 11th or Lafayette Division, 1918-1919. Head of Romance Language Department, Hazelton High Schoo 1919-1920, and Freehold, N. I., High School, 1920-1925. Grad- uate Work at the Universities of Dijon and Toulouse. Came to Franklin and Marshall in 1925. Member of Modern Lan- guage Association and of Lambda Chi Alpha Fraternity 192-8, 1929, I930 and 'School of Education. , . MM ' ' ' 5-gl' . ' f ' - -- I 5 Q .... ,..,... , ,. k r I S Ex 1 ' 1, . 2? I 2 . K 3 rag, .A 5 . x .Q 2 I Thirty Onejl O 9 o Q 9 6 9 O 0 o o Q 0 0 0 0 0 Q 0 O I o 0 o 0 O Q o 0 9 0 O 0 0 O 9 6 0 4 o o to O 9 9 +0049QQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQOQQQQQQ ll 9 O 0 O O 0 O 0 O 0 O O o o o o 4 9 0 O O O . , O 0 0 0 4 0 o 0 O O 9 O 0 O O 0 0 - - - - - - 45 l93l omn.AMME O ' ' ' ' 1 81. Ia 151. -- . .5 I -. ..,.:f-s:5:1.5:5:5:'.E5f:E1:rE2E2Ej?z:11' , . Q 1 ff ' xx X X x Fi I X xxx X X X S X X x SR . ..V,.......,.. ..,... . ,.,.,.,.,.x.,.,,,,,.4.,., X xx,,.,.,.... . , +- Q kgqwwa M--x. w 'Q S A 'RX N Q2 ' f xxxxl 8 sas! I x St - . g . 2 X x MQQSQYQK. , Y X ,s Y sb, X Ez, 2 s Jw Qiiga x Q Q33 X 4' X Q 'iggggigijfQEIEE5E555E55-E-zfiiiiifffiiliiii -' -r:5g:j:5:5111'-r:r:f:.:5:5:5:2-SEY29'-' W t - BARROVVS DUNHAM, A.B.T Instructor in Englislz Born October 10, 1905, at Mt. Holly, N. J. Graduated from Princeton University in 1926, A.B. Degree. Prepared at. Penn Charter and Lawrenceville Academy. Member of the Editorial Board of the-Nassau Literary Magazine. Member of the Delta Sigma Phi Fraternity. , 1'On year's leave of absence. DARRELL DENTON LARSEN, A.B. , Instructor in English and Pulzlic Speaking i Born April 15, 1897. Graduated from University of Oregon i zl 'iiizll Q 1 ,A with B.A. Degree. Came to Franklin and Marshall College in 1927 as Professor of English and Instructor in Public Speaking. 32, .,,,,. :qq . Member of Phi Beta Kappa and Sigma Alpha Epsilon F rater- 'ilyii ivs nities. Director of the Lancaster Drama Club. 'si' . f 'V ' T rix - ' . 2 "alll 3i1i1Li-'3EZzs5-iii- I I up 3' ,.V,. .... ,. FREDERICK SONGSTER FOSTER, B.S. Instructor in Biology MBOXT 151116 I2, 1898, at Hopewell, Pa. Graduated from Juni- a C3 CITIY and Lafayette College with B.S. Degree. In- ftructof of Organic and Biological Chemistry at Juniata Col- sae, 1925-1921 Came to Franklin and Marshall College in 1927 as Professor of Biology. Member of Rivas Bacteriological Society, Nu Sigma Nu and Kappa Phi Kappa. Fraternities. O Q fThirtyTfw0j 6 0 , 'OOQQQQQ .. q 4o oooo9 -,,,..--,-,,, l I I B Bro gm 192: mfr sq., her S s, 5 . l 1 --- --o l93l0RlFl.AMME -- Q-++ 5 ,flew . !74l'mf I :I- 5: ,. ,K 'fuer . Qwfgli O 9 0 0 0 O 0 0 O O O 0 0 0 O 9 0 0 O . to " Q 9 0 o .o o 0 0 o 0 . 9 gn. ll' I Q im 0: Q fgigai 0 I O 0 0 0 . 0 I 0 ' ' 9 Q 543, I I v' I I I HAROLD FISCHER, A.M. Instructor in Economics and Business Administration Born February II, 1901, Columbus, Ohio. Graduated from Ohio State University with the Degree of B.S. in Business Administration, 1922. Received A.M. Degree, 1926, after graduate work at the University of Chicago and Ohio State University. Instructor in Business Administration- at Ohio State University, 1923-1928. Came to Franklin and Marshall College as Instructor in Economics and Business Administra- tion in September, 1928. Member of Delta Sigma Phi Fra- ternity. '..', .N Q 1,4 . f ., . ..s-:av ....' - . ,.,f- .. -' 4: . ' ws. 4,5 1, :.--- 939 .. - . -1: . wifi f ' Q Q 4 'vb FREDERIC SHRIVER KLEIN, A.M. Instructor in History ' Born 1904, York, Pa. Graduated from Franklin and Mar- shall College with an A.B. Degree, 1923. Post Graduate work taken at Columbia University. Received A.M. Degree from Co- lumbia University. Instructor in History, Washington Square College, New York University, 1926-1928. Came to Franklin and Marshall College as Instructor in History, September, 1928. Member of the American Historical Association, American Academy of Political and Social Science and the Phi Kappa A. 4. X 4 'i l xi- ER R .W V'55:fi11I5.-1.-'v'-Kifggigifffiggfs rt:---' x l Q fy "'- f '-:ff 5.s::.,:5:2 as-5:5f .::. ffI5f3i5ff'Sf'- 5' f I 't:'i'.,.,,::5: , i5:5:'5f1.'fifI .r151.1 l ' ' Psi F r aternity. VVESLEY GILLIS HUTCHINSON, A.M. Instructor in Biology and Clienzistry Born March 28, IQOS, Providence, R. I. Graduated from Brown University with A.B. Degree, 1925. Received A.M. De- gree from Brown University. Instructor at Brown University, 1925-1928. U. S. Department of Agriculture research, sum- mers of 1925-1928. Came to Franklin and Marshall College, September, 1928, as Instructor in Biology and Chemistry. Mem- ber of Phi Beta Kappa and Sigma Xi Fraternities. l' Thirty Thrccfl 00000OOOOOCOOOOOOOOQOCC OCOOOQQ s if ii 1 .-S 5 .5 VJ . . " ,goooo 0 0 0 O 0 4 0 6 0 O o 0 9 6 0 0 9 0 9 0 O 4 O 9 9 O O O 4 0 0 O 9 O 0 ll 9 ll A 47 l93l omf1AMME O ' ' ' ' -X . X i xr". . KN 1 I' X - "'A '- K' 'x X1 xx 1 lg x g SQ ff N4 s 4 4 Q X ,4 1 x RW gives' X X ,XV x x X I Q- Qwkx X A Q lgixxx c +31 1 - ' 1 :. affrt-2-s..:f2ffg2g1 QF .I -' " 'F'.,3,I2jf?3I' 'ff - x 1 HRX N vs Xt WILLIAM THALHEIMER EMERY, A.M. Instructor in German - 1 , . Graduated from Cornell University with anBcAil3quDyeg7ree?OOReceived A.M. Degree from Cornell Uni- versity. Taught at Phillips-vAndover Academy. Came to Franklin and Marshall College as Instructor in German, Sep- tember, 1928. ox, EDWARD HUBLER, AM. " '," 'l"t' Instructor in English M-j iqu 4 Born November 29, 1902, Gordon, Pa. Graduated from I f Wesleyan University with A.B. Degree, 1927. Received A.M. ,AY-, x 'fifff 1" Degree from Wesleyan, 1928. Came to Franklin and Marshall X W gbz' j jf' College as Instructor in English, September, 1928. Member of ' g 9, liiii G Alpha Chi Rho Fraternity. ', A fl" A 'f" ' ooosQq.,, HARRY ALBERT ALTENDERFER, A.B. Instructor in Clzcm istry A Graduate of Ursinus College, 1922, graduate work at the UUIVCFSIYY of Pennsylvania and Chicago, 1922-1928, formerly teacher of Chemistry at Albright College, lecturer in Applied C,hem1SU'Y at the Nurses' Training School, Homeopathic Hos- pital, Re-adlngi Member of the Pennsylvania Academy of Sci- ence and the American Chemical Society. lThi1'ty Fourzl ""' 0Q9so6oooooQ0"' 3-6 134' A 4 in-cj-g?.c::-ciaizi-cw:-Q 4x4 .4 4x4 .4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 .4 4x4 4 4x4 .4 4x4 4 44 .4 .4 .4 .4 .4 4 4 .4 4x4 .4 .4 445 4 4 4 0 ' I A Q Q 0 Q - 45 M l93l omnnumlz , O 9 0 0 6 O 0 0 0 O 0 O , 0 0 1 9 0 I 9 o ' I 0 r I o I o 0 0 0 9 O O 6 0 0 4 0 0 0 6 0 o WVESLEY GADD, B.S. in EC. Instructor in Business Administration Born in Philadelphia, Pa., attended Central High School of that city, graduate The Wharton School of Finance and Com- merce of the University of Penna. with degree B.S. in EC., Spe- cial Lecturer in Statistics at the Wharton School in 1922, for ten years the General Agent for the VVyoming Valley territory of the Fidelity Mutual Life Insurance Co., first came to Frank- lin and Marshall in 1927 when he installed the Paradise Club as a chapter of Kappa Sigma Fraternity, in 1929 became a member of faculty here as instructor in insurance, transportation and business lavv. ooooo+ " 1 e ,, 4. APY , 1 ,iw CQ zi? l f - ' ' no , CARL HARTZELL, A.B. Instructor in French Graduate of Dickinson College, graduate work at Columbia, Illinois and Pennsylvania Universities, Diplome de Hautes Etutes, Universite de Grenoble, France, formerly teacher at Pennington School, Montgomery School and St. Alban's School, Instructor at the University of Maine, Penn State College and University of Pennsylvania. -fi--J-T, sig VVALTER RUE MURRAY, B.S. Instructor in .Mathematics Born July 15, 1905, at Havre de Grace, Md., graduate 0 ' r,' Colgate University, 1929, with B.S. Degree, post-graduate Work at Cornell, came to Franklin and Marshall as Instructor in Mathematics in September, I929, Member of Theta Pi Delta. I Thirty Fifveil 5.s-.4-- -, bs. '. " NNE, MIL? . .,..-.:-:'xg5.,'igL-Rf 1 E., K' In A . ' .:- sZ:f::'1-'1Q'1,: ., I .'-Ef':5, - if 1 Q'tfsM1::1:f511sf"-'Q 35321, " ' '- -'S-r-W ' E "ur:--R: . . ,.,, .1 N.,,.,, ..,.,.,. .. ..,,,, ,,,,, 1 . , 1. 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Alumni Secretary Born August 15, 1877, at Greenville, Pa. Prepared at Frank- ,I lin and Marshall Academy, 1892-1894, was graduated from .1,.5 i',, 4 Franklin and Marshall College with the Degree of.A.B. 1n ,-,i 1898, and from the Theological Seminary of the Reformed gqqgq Vfff, ,,, 1 Church, Lancaster, Pa., in 1901. Served the following Pas- 11- "i1f3fE?'1j1 ,'r,'.f 7 ,,,,' 5 ",' torates: Grace Reformed Church, Baltimore, Md., 1901-1906, T First Reformed Church, Carlisle, Pa., 1906-1912, Reformed I 'iii ,zgqu , Church of the Ascension, Pittsburgh, Pa., 1912-1917, St. Peter's s Reformed Church, 1917-1924, President of Carlisle Classis, 7 ..,,, 1 ,"' "" Reformed Church, 1911, Allegheny Classis, 1917. 'President ,:'1 Franklin and Marshall Alumni Association, 1921-1924, Secre- tary Franklin and Marshall Alumni Association, 1918-1921, and I924.: Secretary of Theological Seminary Alumni Associa- ,'-l tion, IQI8-. Secretary Board of Education, Eastern Synod of " ' the Reformed Church, I923-Q Member of Phi Kappa Sigma Fraternity. Acting Secretary of F. and M. College Fund Com- mittee. ' I5 X 01 'fill bf, fr. V21 ii ,L ..,, V ,... 2.14 whim. HARRY JUSTIN RODDY, PH.D. ' Curator of the Musezzm GBCGTUA May 2.0, 18.56, near Landisburg, Perry County, Pa. ra uated from Millersville State Normal School with the :Degree of and later M.S., and received the Ph.D. Degree rom the Un1vers1ty.of Kansas. Eminent as a botanist, orni- gmologist and geologist, has been associated in his Work with f- Clark, Of Johns Hopkins, Professor Barrell, of Yale, and Professor Van Ingen, of Princeton. Fellow of the Geological Societ f A ' S h f'f0 merica. .Professor at Millersville State Normal Ni 00 01' the P21St thirty-seven years. Came to Franklin and arshall College 1n September, I926. If Thirty Sixfl 093 ' ""+4 ooooooooO ,l .l ,ar l ind for ou 1 O l l l O l l 0 ' I ,J 5,99 .- ff, .s. i 'f +o+ooQ4b l93l0RlFl.AMME" i'Oov'v++ 9 9 4 0 4 o o o o ., o o o o 4 4 4 1 9 O to o 0 O O to 0 o Q O to 0 4 O 9 0 0 O 6 I O 0 6 9 4 JOHN SHOBER BARR, A.B. Asxistant in Physical Education Born May 19, 1898. Graduated from Franklin and Marshall College vvith A. B. Degree, 1924. Physical Director and Coach at Harrisburg Academy, 1924-1925. Came to Franklin and Marshall College, September, 1926. Member of Phi Sigma Kappa Fraternity. L , A . .- A., -'1.Q-.. Fx ' 1 ' A ,,-- -qnn zz , HAROLD JAY BUDD +5 ::5. 5 c-:-:::g.,': PQ I:,.-. jg-:g:,IE:gZfIfIE:E.E :g:,:g !EIEIg2g:f:g:g:g5gg53:3SR -I if u d t- S 6 C r 1'515:iiI5'iiiiiQ2Qz5s5f'55's55:?f-' 2' 11'---2'2::I'5 fr:--1 292 "'-'-:5::.f:35iEgf-:E-I5,35 - . ,- Ei:Q'-N- Ifrfw 3. . - ' ' ' '-sR5:z:s:2R'f' "1:'::4:f'-:-'f.:- " . 0:-2045:-5153-' E-:r:2gk',':1:f:f.Iri Er: 5.11.-2 .- r:r:2-r-2-21f.s.Q:5-rmp-af' -.-.-+:.:.:.:...1.:.-.-.:.-21.13,-.Qi..,. ' 2:1:5:az:xs:s:::s:::::::9-sky? Born June 23, 1901, Williamstown, Pa. Graduated from lyfillersville Normal School, 1922. Graduated from Franklin and Marshall College with BS Degree 1927 Princi al f . . , . p 0 North Coventry School District, 1922-1924. Recipient of Wil- liamson M dal. F' S d - ' e , 'irst tu ent Secretary at Franklin and Mar- shall College, serving since 1927. Member of Tau Kappa Alpha and Phi Kappa Psi Fraternities. . L it 1 f f . 155' e.-:f:-:-:f'f:-:3155:-:grgigrgl3IgI:I:I:5:5:5:U:5:5:5:5:5:f:3f:Q:5:5:5::::q:,, I f I.gg,:3:5Q::::,::g-'.'555:.p'-Qv':212-2:2:5:I:5:2:f:5:::2:5:::::f:Qk?5g K X X X X X, N 1 t s X 1 -Q' 5- Q WRX ' 'il . 1 S XX ' x X X xx x-KAR 48 ig: 2 ' '''f'I3I3:35QEQiQE3E3Ef??1S?-SE?" N HERBERT BULOW ANSTAETT, B.S. Librarian 9 Born August 4, 1902, Batavia, Ohio. Graduated from Miami University, Oxford, Ohio, with Degree of B.S. in Education, 1924. Received Degree of B.S. in School of Library Service, Columbia University. Assistant Librarian and Instructor in English, Miami University, I924-I926. Reference Department of New York Public Library, May to September, 1927. Came to Franklin and lVIarshall College, September, 1927, as Libra- rian. Member of American Library Association, Kappa Phi Kappa and Sigma Delta Rho Fraternities, and Torch Club. I Thirty Sefvenl .5 ':fqiff:fiii:::g:g. """ 4'I'5IQf1IfIiI5::.f:3.f.5:r:5E5?' 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' o 9 4 ' 9 ' 4 ' 4 , 4 .. , 9 O O 4 O 4 0 f 4 O O 4 4 O 0 I I Q 9 r Q b A ' n ll A ,-.tvoseoog U 6996 9 90-QQQQQQQO """O l93l0RlFl.AMMEt Q-----.. 0 ' i i i i o ' 4 o 5 . 4 g Seniors 0 WY, ,, . 0 0 9 : oFF1cERs S Q ,President ................. H. B. Ziegler Q Vice-President ..... ....... I . S. Flood Q Secretary ....... .... E . H. Phillips Q Treasurer ..... .I .... W. N. Sipple Q in ' up H. B. ZIEGLER i f Preszdent O 9 0 Q , 4 S Q 9 i 9 Q MEMBERS or THE CLASS or '31s F -- Q 9 Permit us to extend our felicitations to you upon your accomplishments Q Q i Which have been so nobly epitomized in this treasured volume. Your at- Q . tainments imply that your future efforts Will continue to carry you through Q . difficulties to things Worthy of honor. Your purpose in coming to Frank- Q 5 lin and lNlarshall is fulfilled by the development of your insight into the , i meaning of human values and experiences. We hope that your power of 0 will and strengthof mind shall make you dignified in your prosperity and S Q unselfish in your happiness. The friendships and' afliliations you have Q 9 formed on this campus Will prove invaluable in later years. A V H 0 i . . , . . 0 , J " Haec olim meminisse Juvabit " Q O It is appropriate that the Juniors and Seniors join in paying due re- W 0 O spect to their Alma Mater. We take this means of pledging our loyalty . l to the College and bidding farewell to the Juniors. p Q 9 : X ' HOWARD B. ZIEGLER A z 6 9 9 ' Q ' I:Forty Oneil y 9 O Q C 0 l l 6" Qoooooooooooooo-9QQQoooQQ900"' l l Q Q Q 9 Q o Q l93l URIFLAMM I Ooosoos E I 0 1 I I Q 9 5 C 9 ' o 9 1 9 ' o ' 0 O . Q o SCHIOFS Q ' 4 ' Q 5 Mo!l'o.1 I Colors I Q 2 POSSUNT QUIA Posse VIDENTUR GREENI AND WHITE I Q , ., 9 : STATISTICS. , Q Freshman Year X 0 Lost the Pushball Contest, 1-2 Q Q Lost the Football Game, 0-7 Q 5 Won the Wrestling Meet, 16-I3 Q 5 Won the Basketball Game, 31-27 Q Poverty Day, November 13, 1926 . Q Banquet at Hotel Brunswick, November 17, 1926 z 0 Q Sophomore Year . Q 9 Lost the Tug of War, 0-I Q Q Won the Football Game, IQ-O 9 Q Won the Wrestling Meet, 27-3 5 Q Published the Sophomore Calendar Q Banquet at the Campus House, hlarch 6, 1928 Q Q . z A 9 Junior Year 2 Q Junior Prom at Hotel Brunswick, February 15, 1929 Q Published the Oriflamme, lVIay IO, IQZQ Q 9 I 2 Senior Year z Q Senior Night, November 20, 1929 Q Q Class Smoker, May, 1930 Q Q Class Prom, May 30, 1930 Q 3 o 2 A o Q fForty Tfwoj : Q V Q 9 0 I I I , , evooooov 999199-oQ99g,,,,,,,,, .. A K ' 3 Q ill g 1 5, I ' -O lm-B 5 ' Q R Q K 5 Q 52 as R . YJ If E 8 A If 2 if I a x E I S, S A 5 If Class Of 1930 LAI. wwe ,M i NVQ i Q 7 ,x 1, 11111 WW ZW? WW!! WW! Qui WW QW? WW M4 W W? WW: nazi W' A ,S VOORHEES, LAUER, GOOD, HEIMBACH, OLENA, REICHARDT, PETRE, HARTMAN, R. VVATCHORN, MUIR, BURCHFIELD, WELSH, KULP, BRENDLE STANFORD, GROFE, TAKACS, BEANS, BARTON, OVERLEY, KEITHAN SIPPLE, cox, LETHBRIDGE, ARTZ, DAVENPORT, STEVENTON, METZGER, CONFER, GATES, BAKER, PERSON, DONAT, W. WATCHORN, DICKINSON FISHER, FRAHM, MOORE, BLOSE, HERSHEY, COLE, WEBBER REINDELL, HEINTZELMAN, MCCONAHY, LAMONT, MCCUEN, HERINGTON, SWEETON, ALEXANDER, EROH, ROEVER, SAMPLE, CZAPF, VOID, KNOEBEI LEVINE, HORNER, RUTTER, HYDEN, GROSS, MILLER, PPAUTZ FRANTZ, STONEEACK, MARTIN, CLEM, LEVI, ZIEGLER, PHILLIPS, ERUEAKER, PLANTAMURA, FORD, RANCK, FOOSE OQQO ' ' . . . . . . O 1931 ORIFLAM ME 0 ' o 0 0 O 0 O 0 0 9 0 0 0 0 O 0 0 O 0 6 9 0 0 9 O 0 6 0 0 O 0 0 0 0 0 9 O O 6 o 0 0 9 0 0 0 Members of the Senior Class, Alexander, john Paul, Ec. Bridgeport, Conn. Althouse, Lemuel Bruce, Ec. Quarryfuzlle, Pa., R. 5 Antalffy, William, .Ec. Czeclzo-Slosvakza Appel, Charles Rengier, A. Lancaster, Pa. Artz, Mark Richard, S. Hegins, Pa. Baird, Harry Samuel, Ec. Kane, Pa. Baker, Jacques Tyler, Ec. Sunimit, N. J. Balmer, Clinton Chesterman, A. Lancaster, Pa., R. I Barton, Harry Graham, Ec. Duncannon, Pa. Bash, Harry Jacob, Ec. Greensburg, Pa. Bear, Ivin Stockette, Ec. York, Pa. Bechtold, Russel Bicksler, S. Lancaster, Pa. Bentz, Richard Charles, EC. Lemoyne, Pa. Bestecki, Maximillian von, S. Nefw Cumberland, Pa. Boher, William McLaughlin, S. Chambersburg, Pa. Borger, Richard Eshleman, Ec. Lancaster, Pa. Brady, Howard Shaub, S. Lancaster, Pa. Brendle, john Bausman, S. Jonestofwn, Pa. Brenneman, Israel Hershey, Ec. Lancaster, Pa. Brubaker, Lester Breneman, A. Mount Joy, Pa. Buller, Benjamin Frank, Ec. Lancaster, Pa. Burchfield, Paul Edward, S. Cisna Run, Pa. Caruthers, Lytle Franklin, Ec. Columbia, Pa. Clem, Harold Josiah, A. Frederick, Md., R. 7 Confer, Theodore Geiger, A. Hamburg, Pa. Cornine, Marshall, Jr., A. Mount Vernon, N. Y. Cowan, Isaac Newton, S. Lancaster, Pa. Cox, Paul Albert, S. Quarry-ville, Pa. Czapf, Alexander Alvin, S. Fordson, Mich. -- Darlington, james McCown, S. Ne-w Bloomfield, Pa. Davenport, Charles Henry, S. Lancaster, Pa. , 1930 Dickinson, Breese Morse, Jr., S. Pittsburgh, Pa. Diego, Manuel de, S. Guayama, Porto Rico Donat, Nevin Herbert, A. W'anamakers, Pa. Donohoe, William Edward, Sp Lancaster, Pa. Edwards, William Ervin, S. Lancaster, Pa. Engle, Karl Bube, Sp. ,Mount Joy, Pa. Eppley, Robert George, S. Lancaster, Pa. Eroh, Russell Conwell, A. Lancaster, Pa. Essich, Herbert Jacob, Jr., EC. Westminster, Md. Fasnacht, William Henry, Ec. Lititz, Pa. Fisher, Henry Ogilvie, S. LaParle, Pa. Flood, Ivan Sinclair, S. Wlzite Plains, N. Y. Foose, Robert Leinbach, A. Lancaster, Pa. Ford, Edward John, S. Collingsfwood, N. J. Frahm, Richard Harold, S. Flushing, N. Y. Frantz, Harold Melvin, A. Lancaster, Pa. Frantz, John Bertzfield, A. Lancaster, Pa. l:F07'iy Fourll ll , . I 9-0oooQ.9o.QQ+o9-009054-oooo-oo0049+ 0 o 0 O 6 O 6 0 0 0 0 0 O 0 0 O O O 9 9 0 0 O 0 9 O 6 6 0 0 O 0 0 0 9 0 0 0 o o Q 9 0 0 0 ll 9 ll 900990 , l93n0n.lrLAMMl2 A 0---.---. Members of the Senior Class Fulmer, VVilmer Paul, S. Parkesburg, Pa. Gardner, Frank Donald, S. Gettysburg, Pa. Gates, John Stoever, S. Lebanon, Pa. Good, Harry Shank, S. Elizahethtofwn, Pa. Groff, Russel Snader, A. Nefw Holland, Pa. Gross, Solomon William, Ec. Irfvington, N. J. Hartman, William Fulmer, A. Lancaster, Pa. Heinbach, VVilfred Francis, Jr., S. Reading, Pa. Heintzelman, Charles McCurdy, A. Chambersburg, Pa. Hensinger, Herbert Lewis, Ec. flllentofwn, Pa. Herington, Cecil Earl, S. Pittsburgh, Pa. Herr, Amos Rohrer, S. Landisfville, Pa. Hershey, Andrew Myers, A. Spring Grofve, Pa., R. 2 Horner, Ernest Duane, S. Bosfwell, Pa. Hyden, Oscar Andrew, S. Lancaster, Pa. Jalkut, Irving Seymoure, Ec. Lafwrence, L. I., N. Y. Keene, jay Hershey, S. Quarryfville, Pa., R. 4 Keithan, John Frederick, S. Sunbury, Pa. Kendig, Paul Miller, S. Millersville, Pa., R. I Kirkman, Robert Willstetter, S. Nefuiarlz, N. J. Knoebel, Arthur Daniel, A. Sharnokin, Pa. Ko enhaver Frederick Benneville, S.. pp , . Dalnzatia, Pa., R. I Kulp, Herbert Lester, S. Birdsboro, Pa. Lamont, Thomas, A. Philadelphia, Pa. Lauer, John Edwards, S. Lansford, Pa. Lethbridge, Berry Biccome, Jr., EC. Hackensacle, N. J. ooo.oo9900" CContinuedj Levi, Joseph Adolph, Ec. Nefwarh, N. J. Levine, Joseph, S. Nefw Hafven, Conn. Long, Robert VValker, S. Lancaster, Pa. McConahy, Hardy Lee, Jr., Princeton, N. J. McCuen, Ralph Burtsall, A. Pequea, Pa. Mantz, Wilmer Charles, A. Germans-ville, Pa. Martin, Richard Bruce, Ec. Johnstofwn, Pa. lVIerkel, Roy Thomas, S. Topton, Pa. Metzger, Carl Zerphy, S. Lancaster, Pa. Miller, Walter Clarence, S. Audenried, Pa. lvliner, Robert Tyler, A. Wallingford, Conn. Mohr, Mark Emerson, S. Manheim, Pa. Moore, Joseph Dungan, A. Illount Joy, Pa. Morgan, Milton Kimsey, S. Illonroefville, N. J. Muir, John Brinley, A. Chestnut Hill, Pa. A. Nissley, Christian Musser, A. Lancaster, Pa., R. 8 Norton, John Barge, Ec. Lancaster, Pa., R. 2 Olena, Benjamin Franklin, Columbia, Pa. S. Overley, Harry Maurice, A. Bird-in-Hand, Pa. Person, Morgan Donald, S. Allentofwn, Pa. Petre, John Clayton, II, Ec. Philadelphia, Pa. Pfautz, John Harold, A. Lancaster, Pa. . Phillips, Elias Hiester, A. Reading, Pa. Pinner, Robert Irving, Ec. Brooklyn, N. Y. Plantamura, Michael John, Hefwlett, L. I., N. Y. Ranck, Robert Adam, S. Leola, Pa. li Forty Fifveil S. oooooooooo+vQo000+ . 9 6 9 0 9 0 9 9 9 0 0 6 O 9 Q. 0 O s , 5 9 9 6 9 ., 0 0 O 9 . 0 9 0 O 6 9 O 9 . 0 O O . l i l. 1 l I i i I I l i s 1 Q, ll lol il ir, I . 1 . is ,ll in l c lil . . 193: omruxnnz .' O 6 6 O ' Members of the Senior Class O QContinuedj I . ' M S R nck, Theodore Valentine, A. Solomon, Elias ax, . O 3 Grand Rapids, Mich. Mount Vernon, N.. Y. Q Ranck William Edward, Ec. Stanford,'R1chard Weimer, S Llanerch, Pa. Harrisburg, Par, R. 5 Q Redler Philip, S. Starr, Theodore Eric, S. . Brooklyn, N. Y. Valley Vzefw, Pa. Reed, Newton Hal, S. Stetler, Stanley Ilgflajor, A- . Tamaqua, Pa. Lancaster, a. Q Reed, Sherman Wilson, S. Steventon, Robert Wf?SlCYs A Butler, Pa. Nesquehonzng, Pa. 9 Reichardt, Paul Killian, EC. Stine, William Loy. EC- . Lancaster, Pa. Haffzwuf-41 Pa' . . Reindel, William Herbert, A. Stoneback, Howard Wllllam O Harrisburg, Pa. Camden, N. J. . Roma, Louis Jefferson, Ec. Sweeton, Fred Franklin, Ec. Q Germantofwn, Pa. I H0dfl07'I56'Id, N- J- ' Rothenberg, Samuel Irving, S. Takacs, lohns S- Broolelyn, N. Y. Q Rutt, William Daniel, A. . Lancaster, Pa. Q Rutter, Charles Kahl, S. Lancaster, Pa. Q Sample, Nathaniel Weishard, Ir., . Lancaster, Pa. . Schmoyer, Paul Elmer, Sp. Alllentofwn, Pa. Q Schneider, Julius Edward, S. Leola, Pa. Q Schutt, Joseph Theodore, Ec. Q Boalsburg, Pa. ' Shertzer, Richard Freidly, S. Lancaster, Pa. Q Siegfried, Charles Albert, S. Orfwigsburg, Pa. 0 Sipple, William Nevin, A. 0 Frosthurg, Md. Smith, Samuel Bitner, A. Lancaster, Pa. 9 Q Sollenberger, Franklin Samuel, S. lffayneslloro, Pa. O 9 O .O O o 0 9 i O O 0 E IfFort Toledo, Ohio Void, Howard, Ec. Souderton, Pa. Voorhees, Robert Drake, S. Ringoes, N. J., R. 2 Wade, Clair Leaman, S. Quarryfville, Pa. Walter, Joseph Harrison, A Lancaster, Pa. Watchorn, Robert, II, Ec. Philadelphia, Pa. Watchorn, William Henson Ec Philadelphia, Pa. Webber, Burt Dent, A. Rehrershurg, Pa. Welsh, John Alexander Rutherford A Harrishurg, Pa. VVitmer, Marlin Frederick, Ec Dalmatia, Pa. Wolf, Lewis Randall, S. Philadelphia, Pa. Ziegler, Howard I. B., A. Reading, Pa. y Sixfl sooo- gg "'999094v9ooo-oooooooov F 2 my I I , , I I 7 z i. 1 'S 0 5 ' + 9 . it ' li 0 ls Q .ll ' lxu 4 3 0 , ' ll ' .ls ' n o 2 rpg 2 9 ll, ' fx 0 lla " O O v b 4 5 K Z 9 ll , O l ' lx! 3, 0 'X 9 'xfri ' il K H U Q lx' 9 ' 'x' ' l I nlv P Q l lil 5 Q lt' g al P ' Q to , ri' of ll ' 9 ll s 4 0 . 9 Q 9 o P 9 , . . . g . B .- I Q. I Q if . 090 ' ' ' ' ' ' 45 93 0mrLAMME F e. . . . , uniors 4 OFFICERS President ................. C. L. TRITT Vice-President . NV. VV. VONVSELDENECK Secretary ................ R. W. ROSCHY Treasurer . . .W. F, FELKER 1 r l C. L. TRITT P 'd t STATISTICS Freshman Year Won the Tug of Wa1', I-O Lost the Football Game, O-IQ Lost the Wrestling Meet, 3-27 Poverty Day, October 15,1927 ' Banquet at Hotel Brunswick, December I2 Presented Piano to the Campus House 1 Sophomore Year Banquet at Stevens House, March ot, 1929 Dance at Stevens House, lVIarch.e22,,,1929 Lost Football Game, o-12. - v I A - Junior Year Junior Prom at Hotel Brunswick, Publishedt-he Orillamme, May, 1930 fForty Se-venzl ,,,,,,4Qoooooo-ooooo T851 671 11927 OQOOOOCO 9 o 0 -0 0 O 9 O 9 O 0 9 O O 0 0 6 0 4 4 O O O 0 O !73f""'4 vu ,...-V's.Lt"'1 -., tw.. M.--.N fr.- ,3-..v.4.:..-.JE-k. QQ? .x .. ,J . P '37- U' I - 5,---S-4-ct. ef " - . , 'Envy Q .4V'T4'::l-7 ..-J' . .,., , , .ff f. . 4 I In 1 . 4-gif' f-.1-wan fi S4444 FI SI ccI7'!fx'fi1T?.?ii3 f E3 ff, ,.fNfV.,. .ff -I,..f""-,L-"'A"n4' -1 7' If IKM" il 3 'I E..f'E14 Q3 if 5-W-954214 '-4 ' ' I ,,.....wgm.m1m.a.-.xf.ri.:.gQ 4,,.wPM,.-,wry f -..,,,..- N30 N.. -. -Q. ., M, 4 4' 'f-1:1-rj-X I tj U '.. 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II Ig 4 ""'-c I X X I ,I , '4 ,y , X .f 4 44-1 , I xl I NI X 4 4 K, ,f ,ff ,f N, ' .,.. , 11 ' f, I N4 4- I 4 1 I 4 s 4 Y X - I 4 ' rw. I X, i ' "' I II X" 1 X I 1 4 sl Af X ' I ,.,- 'RK I 'XG L 44'-4, wav .2 ""' '33 I , 4 ' x...' s.fi.,.t z .-1.-sw II I J ' II 2.1. ,., N If! MIP, Rf J H 8 1 ,Q -4 " 2 -Y f . ' I .-4 W u- s., . M M, 4- 'Mx fs, . 1-M I I V' X W ., V 6, 4, -4 4- -W 9 3 4 , , 4, I 4 I I I . I A' M.f'lQ X ' A VX six-in KX. XNQL dw. XVILLIAM JAMES BLANK lklarch 13, 1906 Columbia, Pa. ' "Bill" Prepared at Columbia High Schoolig B.S. in Economics. I VVe must wait until the band gets past before we can introduce William James Blank, native son of Columbia, that sparkling hamlet on the banks of the gentle Susquehanna. Ah! there he is riding the crest of popularity which hard work alone can bring to one.. There beside him is "jerry" Barnes, bowing to the crowd which is showering its appreciation upon the teacher of such an excellent and world-renowned scholar. Behind him We see the militia called out for this great event. Over in that carriage We see the mayor, and oh, yes, it must be, it is, the governor of the state. What a gala event! Flags everywhere, crowdsg handkerchiefs waving. But While we are looking about us, the great man has passed and now only silence reigns. WILLIAM MCLAUGHLIN BOHER November 20, 1904 Chambersburg, Pa. fl Billlll rr Ted U Prepared at Harrisburg Academy, transfer from Lehigh, B.S. Course. "Bill U has had a varied career: he has roamed the fields around Cham- bersburgg he has tried a hand at Har- risburg Academyg he was a student at Lehighg and, finally, he wears a navy discharge button which speaks for it- self. It is this last which attracts the greatest amount of curiosity, but when someqoverly inquisitive student becomes bold enough to make in- quiry, " Bill 'l merely replies, "It's a liberal education. Try it! 3' And the inquisitive one is forcedto depart dis- gruntled. - We are in some respects like the disgruntled student, for we could get little information about the subject under discussion. We know that he has been at Franklin and Marshall for only a year. For the rest, you must take him as you see him. jllzczgiitp nehzr mane a gnnh bargain. fFor1y Nincfl HENRY FRANKLIN BURG january 16,1908 Red Lion, Pa. ffBurgL' -. Sigma Delta Rhog Track and Cross Country Teamsg Band, Oriflamme Staffg prepared at Red Lion High Schoolg B.S. in Economics. VVhen a student paces rapidly to and fro across the campus We sit up and take notice. The great majority prefer to amble along in a leisurely manner. But not so Henry! He knows where he wants to go and he gets there. He is, literally, always on the run. As a member of the track and cross-country teams he has achieved honors. And being an ac- complished French horn player, he has been almost indispensable as a mem- ber of the band. Now I shall invoke the muse to write upon a theme too delicate to be treated by mere mortals. Comeliness adorned with youth, health, strength and good nature are but few of his good qualities. And many are the charming admirers who have cast their eyes wistfully upon this young man. JOHN PAUL BURKETT August 13, 1908 Collingswood, N. 5. r ' " Buckets," " Doctor " Prepared at Collingswood High School, B.S. Course. Ladies and gentlemen, next We in- troduce to you the one and only, yes folks, the one and only. He smokes 'em, he chews 'em, he drinks 'em, in fact, he can do almost anything with 'em. With what? , Oh, anything! We don't care. ' VVe believe Mohammet holds the long distance record for not shaving. After one week of not shaving Bur- kett looks like a lost member of the House of David. Then he waits two more Weeks before he mows 'em. Well, Paul, we hope that in the fu- ture when we call at your office to receive a diagnosis or a prescription for "giggle-water" that you will greet us with a smooth face and a big cigar, indicating prosperity. Tllibe proof of golo is fire: the proof of a woman, going the proof of a mon, o woman. I F iffy l CHARLES PATTEN CARPENTER .lUlY IO, 1910 Sellersville, Pa. ff I7 Prepared at Sellersville High School, B.S. Course. VVe are sorry that in this discussion we must disclose the fact that the above specimen comes from the dust- blown hamlet of Sellersville, located somewhere in the vast territory of the Keystone State. We have heard that travellers in passing through remark, " This is a nice town, wasn't it? l' " Carp " is working his way through school in the printing business. Al- though busily engaged in after school hours at this profession, he still finds time to accept an occasional date, and one of his best friends was treacher- ous enough to disclose the fact that " Carp " makes an occasional week- end visit to some mountainous burg where he is wooing and winning. It seems that gentlemen are not the only humans who have a discriminatory sense. And why should they be? ALBERT BELA CHEHY june, 28, 1908 Bridgeport, Conn. E if-Al n Prepared at Bridgeport High School, B.S. Course. , Hailing from a far country, this smiling luxury for a time remained unknown and unsung Cwe almost for- got the unwept: partj. Quickly adapt- ing himself to his new surroundings, he proceeded to bring down the ap- plause, or was it the applesauce, of the house on his beaming head. Be- hold the result of three years of col- lege life! , ,New England can be mighty proud of her favorite son. The long ride from Connecticut to points south quite exhausted the stam- ina of the above named specimen and we find poor " Al " vainly attempting to recover his status quo in bed. Sad, cruel, unfair world! to give him such a break while the rest of us must tread the pathways of the earth with tiring footsteps. Uber: is no little znemp. If Fifty 07181 Q? Y . .M- li T. 1 K1 'r l J' ., v x if H Q. F fl ,y S1 r 'whoa :agp 'Q C 'X Q x fl l J x -s 1 i i x M I i, K4 X i 'Q FN tw V4 'a if T 4, il'5'F'f3"3 'kay ,famf 49 Emgg QWBWH ,f'3k?Y'EiWE himsm Q-6 ii' :2'.T-.."' iii A . amy? 1 1 lf R7 ll tx 1 P t 'N 45. .,. El Y f 3-fi . " 2 Q' 'W i ., L'V ,,. i A . l ',A' W Qf?s'?5IlQ.,1i"F' ' p V . wwf. V e .AA.., A.1 A. 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A.1Cabinet fill-gp1pxrepzired'f ,vphalaptxyouth!yY.hV9e,.h3i? l,S.i-ff0m fl?.F?,?0lM q l flgf at Bethlehem High School ,zgnd Wy-.x!:, flege tovgfn'.3gpV3bpbpie'isoni.i ,,,- 5.TheX3.t1el3li152gfWiusQ he ,PV- Omlssmg Hlgh Schoolns A-B-1C0l1fSe- 5 .if0fe cwheezefsp .land Glancing over pf' Saml,Sq" list ac--1 at ihliind ..V' qqqq up tivifies, you will find hiih1't6ffb9,ifery,, In regiardg ,"'," fqf..-..'the'..'gdfreeripon-+is"' 'he' .1 versatile, participating in bothz -lschozi . -l. lgfhooih ,'.julgtAg'1gOk' atfhim ....,. paskf him, 'lastic andt athletic actiVities,g iii .tyflffg Q .tp.,- pl. ,,.,. :'5f'Z'f'-nf: lt.. It.3.:...11,:-jjY'-if 4 , '15 Presidency of the John Marshall-'vliawf how fQaU5fliftofill?j,"he Vknowsfl ' ouffniay Club clearly, indicates his Worth p,t. 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Every 'nowfyfandg wveakhess -fgfi5Iid.1 '-"- wEh'gi'i' allied ' L - A: .'K,' A A f' , 12", 7: '."- v A.-::'f,'EAiivA-,A I , V' A' 'A A i Q, then he d1SaPPCafSAff0mV SCh0Q1af9r 25,5 5591enc5eAsgf yxih1c?h5'1'aA2m1akes1 r',V rtfeasy forrfus ' At ' -N' ' A.-1425, Ta." - ' A. 1 A 5, week or a few days, and nq Qngi Seems prbdAgptAK,5ghV1g,5fn gu Ar e:filth 115 rAuqmqQA,r,ed' Eg to know what becomes of Ahnimifg-:The Csfgd q'gQ1fA.A:i91U4ClA h ' - . e A 1 Ah"' A-Wriff' , "Wa a1r4V?'1iif1i'b 1 nrggalttqnf'VinIgg5Azi"""muS1c y ble IS HOW 0us13sQ.AC0Am9gfesA g1nA5 gg School. ArLV4fAer,5gifqMWez3gjgfaffAiVsAAA10Sf f' ,l Vaf10v.i..HQCeVSJ-21AQQe thilivlfflntfc Yi-East, ing ii?Sf2uAhVaViiiif:6'r1'ai,mf XCOQT 'e f 'e'K4Ea- A- 1- -"' KV A' jx,-Q - -X 'Z 2'1" Q '-A' A , :V ,Q ,gm A Ay, x ' s fi ,AandV from all nepoffsmeqls hfghly Sac- 13 abvwasemk M? 'J 2 r f M' U- x . . 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The Great Fay, from Willliams- burg, was sent to college to give his parents a rest, and since coming here has kept the bartenders, cops and of- fice force busy. john, however, has settled down somewhat the last year and hasn't been suspended during the last three semesters. "Johnny" is quite a smart catcher on our ball club. He became efficient through catching glasses that Louie threw at him. john's peg to second is very fine. His practice at tossing bricks at arc-lights brought on his ef- ficiency in this part of the pastiming. Shortly after Johnny had been re- moved from the bad association of Patterson, into a more upright, chris- tian and righteous environment, he was taken care of by a certain party who will no doubt keep him on the straight and narrow. H 'JOHN ERNEST FEARON December 1, I9I0,! ' , Upper ,Da-rby,Pa. DeltafSigma VPhi V,V, 3. -Green "1-Room Club tglg Inter1Fratern,ityg,Baseball C233 'prepared at Upper Darby High School, B.S. Course. e l ' i l Last year one of the additions to the class of- .1931 wasff-Johnny,"y a trans- fer from Drexel, ' V t V This is fa marie oft mystery on the campus-gforir hetalks very little, but listens mucho. ,All we know about him is that he has a ,liking for work, for he is majoring1in'1'mathgand ghastaken on the job ofassistant -stage manager for the Green Room' Club, Hegis an industrious ' 'worker ' and l a ' willing helper-two qualitieswhich are rare in these days. ' He is quite a baseball fan and starred on his fraternity's team last year. We hear that he is anxiously awaiting the return of spring so that he can get out the old mit and return to form after the rest over the winter. Ghz miie man brains mute anhantagettnm big znzmiza, than the tual from bii friznhsi fFifty Sefvenzl .41 Q o -Q Q Q -up-- H93l 0355!-Axlqpif K ,Ms X 1 r 1 1 l l. H v,.,,..,..W .... .,...,a, .Jn 1,4 ,-U U 5.,ir-una,.-,....,,-.,.s-W.-mfr-1-:fr--A-fp-fm November az, me c to fr Wil'Bur'v,5 P . , E . H v'... I ,-,. gg, if ...,. V NA .b.. Delta Sigma Phi? Treasqrelifiliiifxv ll?rePiEl.red:',i'alti' Blioomfielid Cr, glg Goethean Literary Soc1etjg3gf,A5,l5lj3fifth 86115013 VBPLS,fin1j,fqEC0ndm-icsffg,rjAP' t Cz, 3j g Assistant Business Managehlzi ,' l V ,I H of the Oriflamme "Qf3jfg" prepared "fFFolks,' allowk-jus", tol VAVV introduce :the In the fall of ,27 thelrelcame,-'to' li? Q M. one of the most pitiiableiflihsyights seen on our campus 1n cmanymyearsx' Possessor of a notoriously huge-biody' fy "J '-1 and a sophistical mind, he was fur- ther handicapped by a great name. lvlessers Franklin and Marshall,,WiJrk-if ing through the medium' of the. ffac-Q 4- ulty, particularly the Science andilflng-5" ll" Lancaster High Schoolfg B.S. COUfSiCQi:liQ'1Jfj3 1, r ,al However, the traditional spirits ofg and cr ' racs gafznggeat, .but-we 'qvpy Iddilbtu rvgtryrpmuchz Whfft133?r,lth-'?f":lSfrilghytf ,'-.- 3-ff fii'il'T55'f"'f , . 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A made fout' of this'ecrude'Mm,ater1al'f' ohnegg -estuttgrgfjggigflifizgdi Z " of F,A,78c AMVKSQmosltupolished' and besteiff fjugr ig wlkb 5 en jxlig '13kCdfg?9iuSeS and-'-SCmleUifiD- TT Sorry Pf9i?559F5f:'iIii'ifd"l'l'ifig ,fmqvel Y:j1YY1lhuprfxs"'the:: class's finahelialyfindigf AL that part.'?f'.Li "', lilV"' Qvgyfi Qf dp Q -f01f?h9gY!E? 91355 t1:ea,S'9f?f, bpd? hlsgf f 1 g But taking lt alriSii111,.,qfa,lfC , qi thin 1 :Er-fshmanand-r.riJyHH10f'Yffeasfhtlnsaddle' l 1' that Fleliiliiil h 'rfivi ll t 5 euonyfheli-rs'rconnetftedgVv51th"tl1e ,finances , ., 53, 25.23" 'lf llarkgf of thqe'ISfe'arbt36kl.5lr.fAr:Good 11ucli3'fCha19ley ,A ifgCE1'?g9U2ff!Hlfth'C'W0,Fl9lf,11f' he fuus CIXOCS . ' V 1' ",'f.f ' In U F " Q- ' ",,' :..L,,',+' ,Lgf X52 " "-e rj.4" ,-f ,X gf '53 " ,-My A 1-2, i,:l,Q,-,pf!f'?!1-Q1jAgLg11k,1go0 mq-Chr, iffy, If , :RN Rig f ,sf It X. 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I., lp 121 , '-ga'-Qrillj-' "b551fi:1f"Q:f.ifTkfifzsli' A , fg1.51uT'FIfff'ELf"-+5 .....,..1-.a. ., ..',....A i-..s.f..-......n4:.L.a4.....i.'l ,.Qa.u.'-.xk.'.xI...v..A"f" J x V - -"1 ' ' ' ooo ll 0 6 M 4 V t 5 O 9 9 5 Q 4 Q 1 2 fl 2 X Q i 4xr mxr Q 4+ Q il Q 1' L Q Il lx? ll! lxb B . J s, .. r 4. . ., , . .- FU -'--- wr , we tn. :Q ur -1 A ef' ca 4., ,.- N-Q. t, ,.a at , N, f N'-1:1 '--pe' -f1w,.,q- 'wma M., 4.- We -Q . C1-5 .rv N- . - x, .. -rf . ..,ff my ., M, tgws NVW.-NMp,wNy,-14iivi,pv,RJ,,,a-Vmqowjak I v 1 Q .Q I . . . 1 I 41 ,A ' 'xl .E A i 'I , M X, lil .l .1 ff t jr H x 4 l , 1 I I l S I 1 E Q E l 1 6 U 4 1 I 4 . 3 f l Q ks I 1 cH.iRLEs s. FOLTZ, JR. B-Tay I6, 1910 Lancaster, Pa. " Clzisfl " Kappa Sigma, Varsity Debating Team, Student VVeekly, Ass. Editor C215 Colymnist Cgjg Hulla Baloo Staffg John Marshall Law Club, Vice-President fgjg Green Room Club, Assistant Manager of Track C2, gl, Managerial Association, Diagnothian Literary Societyg Mock Trial, Calumet Club Q35 Above you see the rapt face of Franklin Sz Marshall's poet frecog- nizedj, colymnist, and literary maniac. " Chisel U returned to his native hills to college and plunged immediately into the collegiate Hall of Fame by pen, tongue, and stage. One of his main occupations is falling in and out of love, although at present he has been there for some time. He aston- ished his classmates and himself, how- ever, When he crashed into print in a World's Anthology of Poetry recently. His is the position of scholar, campus critic, sophisticate, humorist, and track enthusiast. CLAIR GORDON FRANTZ Augllsf 6, 1911 Lancaster, Pa. " Clair " is Sigma Pig Freshman Basketballg Ori- fiamme Stafig Intra-Mural Athletic Association, Goethean Literary So- ciety, Band, prepared at F. 85 M. Academyg A.B. Course. This easy going product of the Gar- den Spot has proved his Worth as a heart-balm to the fair ones of dear old Lancaster. He is always willing and they all look alike to him-mere Women. , W Clair is quite a student but why be a " Phi Bete" when one can hang around the Sigma Pi house and give some one the well known' " dirt." And we find our smiling pal rather apt at this art. Our hero is also a court satellite and his main ambition is to pilot his fraternity teams to intra-mural cham- pionships, as he once did. But whatever Clair may choose to do-Graduate Work, Teaching or what-not-he can always depend on the best wishes and solid support of the class of lgr. Ghz first mistake in public business is IDP Evil!!! illff' if' l'Fifty Nineil L , --'rn--4+ a , affairs., T' l93l ORIFLAM ME nn 47 'lim , . . .I ,.,..-......,,,:..:-:-----W - --fwf- ,..-......,,, , -W - H l ,,......,...,....- U- is ra . ev f." fl .Pit Q- 1 .F-.H .. h,,m,. 'Q 5 .- fm., ...vs . M i H .L 1 . t 5 l A r 1 fs i li 5 A,-,.MH,M,,,,, , Q , M, ,,., ,.,, ..--..-,.., ..., -.-g..,... ...... ,,-,,,.,. D ..,...W...... ...-.,a...5 f . Aan egpggsgp - zpp...,g'- rr Bud :J Q A Q.: .'2! .u Q K A Phi Kappa Sigmag Czj g Ori- ,,. i'Rrepared at Adgirlnstovvn High Schoolg Hamme Staffg preparedl at Lancasterjfgjfijrgl1TB.S. Course. High Schoolg B.S. Course V ter , P t ' That indefinite thinxgst-.ive choose lVVI1'g Here We h3fYf5:'i:a-Just'-3U0fhCf OHS Of. " Budfl principally becausellhe ignores it altogether. He lives airs the pxiesxent call the future holds no terrors folrwgfs. 4 ffatlidse B.S. students trying to get along. .'I'.y'f!Iy X I ight x'LrNorm is not just trying, he se-e-msfl-,Rto -belksucceeding very nicely. N it - .- -Av and for the present. Heidbesfnotfcpn- -i ff l,f1?rulyjH,Fr1tz,fV1s one of these hard centrate for any length of time on a single problem, but has been endowed 'll by nature with the capacity forvrfac-5 complishing his daily tasks upaspshingvg well" in a short time. Math is -.Lhis 32 forte, and physics his major. "--Q iyvorkihgiq boyish qvvho always has vvbrkiilouft. Cffrfscientious, 'Oth My! Why Eiflfliithis didn Fritz thinks about isvhisffgwotk. fffome will say this is good ifogr dnerlifhowever We think a "N ' n ' . Y, , little tlxversityifwould not -hurt at all. has studied Hgures from all angles ,Bust gfnigider Onefzhing thgughr even mastering the technique ofythe--, dance lioor where he cuts an excellent f r' figure. 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A, ,'-5V N0 5 0 71' . in-.1 110.--N: .-a-'12 3'-.1:"' ' -1.-' Q.. -1-1 C9 -V--.' :V:. . 1.1 - Vmn 11:1-5:1 :Y - QQ UQ I 5- - '-2 fD...'5 1--IP -'gf-Qjfgijiiii 355'-1.25: A A A A ' fl Sxxx f 1 ,.--Aq I 0 6 0 0 9 O 5 O 5 0 9 0 9 6 0 9 -9 9 lx A 0 0 Y qv 9 O 9 9 0 O 4 9 4 V. Q 4 0 Q 0 0 Q -ff -H -f up 'mf Q'-.fx-+V vfwvwywgddmwi-wmPgf -. i l CAMERON M. GE ISEL J'-IHC 2. 1909 Harrisburg, Pa. " Cam " Sigma Pig Gritiamme Staff, IQ3IQ John Marshall Law Clubg College Niagazine Qzlg DelVIolay Club: prepared at Harrisburg Academy: B.S. in Economics. Knowing the geographical limita- tions of Harrisburg, Pa., it is inco 1- ceivahle to think of a mountain tor- rent in the vicinity. But there is one. 'A Cam " embodies all the good quali- ties of a mountain stream. Springing from a period of latent potentiality, he has shown all the pos- sibilities and powers of a fast-moving, obstacle-ignoring stream. VVith en- thusiasm which knows no bounds he has set himself to overcome all boul- ders and snags which life puts in his course. Attacking all problems with a fervor, loyally supporting his ideals with a conviction toward the right, maintaining a devoted and self-sacri- ficing attitude toward his friends- these are some of his attributes. XVILLIAM G. GEMPERLING, JR. FCb1'UHrY3,1906' 7 giLaUcasier,iP3. rr .A V ' Prepared at Lancatsitierifl-Iigli tvit Sghoolg B.S. in Economicsgvf, J M ' t . p. Several thousandfiyteupairs ago Plato said, " Nothing great isf'easy."m i Introducing Mr. Gernperling, the August Imperial. g'Pot'entate V of the Mystic and Garrulous sh,t Order of that Most Ancient Right ' of .Loquacity Cof the royal blood of the'-line of Solo- monj. Such. native endowment !, Cask Dr. Kresgejg ,itq S.uch,Qinitiative! Cask' Prof. Barnes? ,Such pertinacity !f Cask Dr. Dottererlij .'-r-' Such stgr Aiindividuality! fask ProfQN.eprapsh'lf: "pu .Such ta line! task anyone on'-tthle.g5c'alm,pusij t Someone 't,i has sa'id5 fflt..aistiultimately on good 'heredity irii' thlatdwre must look for a basis of a better world tomor- row." Gosh! and here in our very midst we havexsuch a jewel. Think gf the glory that is going to come to dear old F. 85 M. Breathlessgandewith bowed heads we await the inevitable. tu't5 only but tbzp hrzak fm: tuant wang, tnitbnut labor, tunulh libs by tbzir I f nt stuck. t I Sixty Tlzrcej l l 1 i 'U V1 l. 1 f .1 5 Kr IL . -1 GGG l93l ORIFLAMME 3 1 l l , Y. , .. ., ,. ,,..,.,, J l f , 1 .'!' o 9 9 9 0 O 9 9 5 0 9 0 0 9 0 0 0 if 4i....W..h..M-4AA............,...w,W.t.w-A-1-M ------------it--W f--Y- -A-----e-Af---f-Mme -'4- A V gg V Q s ,Qgiteikjt aiffvg ' ,4 .QV l. ' q 3gi,gQ52QjtQ, Agf .-,, if 11-.5 ,1.. 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Greenville Ifligh t", " 'l t ghldgt , V -:Ei Q A I BS' t ., , , , cot The name signifies gifezft ppvgsihili--3 5 x1l1Getzilithe piroblern ite' in life i-VA seeins, , 1 UCS 35 H m0mCI1f'S fef1eCfiOHi?1W'il1f5 QS- sl 'li ?i"t0 lbf-ia.0?5gl50ttff0r ',e, li eff'.E6'r3-1.m'HliiY5 2,7 certain. He is a student dfi-Qwfiomafil Q' Yinontlis he-"K5vei'sG'1indecidieid if ili,' f1ie'f:35'shCki5l'd ' l Franklin and Marshall is veryf Ap,r9ud.3" '13 jhe a gsgeciglist Greek orfiinfqglyldtlife-Q " Indeed, among his inany.friends,-jffchisg sl fifiatiqsfhlev deVfifled'fjVnotAf ,t62lje,iI-13gQ Q:l1,FVing',l,lyA.,f7 5 A h3I1dS0mC YOUUE man is 'MIOYYIE ,Q fhe hQS:, chlos1ehj'EngliAs,h i,,', Lite1jQQi't'u-1'e7jz'f,a,s13 A i'Prof," a distinction which lfeyii of? field,,ipgl hich he-1'cgrijgbest',findtA' 1 Q Q' us deserve in undergraduate lifef E.'gui-ijroomlk'iiLfof5llfjiIiENiexpiresslioh q.g5fMhii'5yrrigIhyEf' A P A " Prof " is a product of hardiljvjqrkaEiffiffflfifiiileasf illesut'7'you"QVm,iiS? 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Q li 1 M fizjqg 1.1,. ., .P v , 'S Z, , .3 we have Aa gentleman from, the ' f ff 'i5iiQfQii'i,"1- '1' q' Herefls eanotller ' A'W' T 'II1a,1g"' W 'Slit la, Jing?'MetPopolit,a7h,,area, bettefl known as I , , , , .V,A A -1l1.a1ls from the w1g1e,Qpqe4n5Sggeesf heregjylf' ,, :wt ea-f ff in H, , H 6 , , gmen are really mVenA:.:1l1.3..VFdR4Qpbgolq may 5 h N To know -Grxff, re- 1 l 'son evvhatsoever,-,A he has A 'bbejnfnickfif ia- qulgesfxflme and thenjou bave plenty I ,N fnamed5-ffgyeenyiy. AAVIN :what V"-,' n mg! hae? .O gfto lgaxgn. Thxs condxtxon IS probably 4 . l I gig 1-1lqqqql' , Ingvygvr'V,bQgQ'14,A:.:QQhqjfactggilxtltggfb beg? 1,9 EduqgjtQt1,Blanche,Vthe gxrl from Sxlxfers. N Q 7 'cause as"'S6lon1'5a's 'hee -Qe"'fo colkqge lo 11'C.QQfgffj' never told me, but I belleve in-:fo-undo,him-,gg1Qf,: at part' gg uw ithatglllejmet henin New York one time .e 'Agjj-fof-loutstanqding olq ttxitfqxxggigo ngghlm ,yvlttlefftransactlng busmess wlth Mr. N N , aaQe wheref -a-e arQa'aebesin"exxtix31e+ ati0HEwef'lZe1gf'i1ld' 5 Q 1,1WVeg-Zliarg.Q,h6t 32,yet,rcertai1 H Hjghjis D Vyflgle Iam talklng about the the- I Qt one Aathf,-ftfgx atsiei 'lfg:had.,,better tell you'that,bes1des 6 , lo el . lcetgls tif jx 'm,,,jg3 'QE i9jlfi4lB1isiness Department Q . l'."'.. gb o a e Nesefe- adyggflfg' " Il igaklfilrgaeae-CQ4lllfSC ln ,,,V' A:-in 1 f-1 e gg?-l e lxl -tgxlso, 'heatreXg,6in?f',H1s lateiet' sguggfifionn 6 e eee ffff f' y H fed ti fl the f 9 2a eaaa S "eco f n .1 N' aae wi-.l 5 3.32690 C wefefe 1 .le ye Q ,A ,V,V, l Yhe , C ,g i Wish ' Altqgf gllpft ,glnzggiag 'lqigAeWh T 0 in' e V d tiCS Stllue Bufnglfb' 34 3 ' v , V -l' 1f,"' 1 b'x"fl" 1 ""' wh'c a e, no .V he J .jf Wf w' s g g rlgi Q 4 ' -TES . ,. b 3 " ' f a' , . . al - . 1- for-le "' Q T .. f if -in U N N me W V: . 1 " "9 I - 1 ': ' ' . ' A, t I ' . QQ" , ', H YQ ' lm, f I A !,,f5,, V 0 xl f 1, if Mt X " - L -V Vy X 7 . .lllllv 1 NNQK ? I - ,I , 1 'I 'N 1 V H 4 I'dvri3::.i.,il:,,1L,, .V N f l 'av f-1 V e ' 1 . , X V x H W F I .1 1 Q .. l V In V, ..", ' ': 1 "iii-:flu -fn-,fl if 45 41 Q w 'X in - f li ' 1 fa? L fl' Lg I A 9 5415 AU My Q ,xx 'I 3 'lf ,ml 'ali' if Q! ff 5, it gf lv' all ,Q ,A sa T -175. L, ff -x I' lv wx in gb Q ll? 6 ef' . 'la' 4? :ai X 5 9 :Q 9 9 1 1 JAMES ANTHONY GRILLO November 17, 1908 New Haven, Conn. " Jimmie " A Prepared at New Haven High Schoolg Pre-Med. Course. I was just returning to my hotel when I was hit by an automobile. A few minutes later I found myself in a doctor's oliice. To my surprise the doctor was no other than my old schoolmate, James Grillo. 'He gave me an invitation to spend the week- end at his home which I accepted very gladly. His home, sure enough, was just thetthing that "Jimmie" had al- ways talked about. The doctor returned home early from his day calls, so that we decided to spend the evening talking things over. He told me he had graduated from Yale Medical School after going through many setbacks. His practice was increasing daily although he had not yet had a big case, his enthusiasm was boundless and I could easily for- see the brilliant future that awaited him. Business called me away early the next morning. OLAF EDWARD HAGEN December 28, 1909 Lancaster, Pa. 1' . rr 11' V . ' Phi Sigma' Kappag Varsity Wrestling C353 Post4Prandial Club C353 Calu- met Club- fglg Green Room Clubg Goethearreelgiterary ' Society fr, Zl 3 Hulla Baloo Staff Cprjz "'tr lg Orifiamme Staffg prepared at? F. Sc M. Acad- emy and Gettysburg Academy, A.B. Course. p p This young aspiringpliterary artist when askedii i,', for his prophesy replied that he was too lazy to write his own blurb, and so is everybody else. There are some who claim that 'this attitude characterizes' all of hisgwork, and if this is so, thenilaziness must beea virtue. ' A "Oly" claims that his chief func- tion in life is to act as mediator be+ tween the Hunks and his father. We will refrain from commenting on whether he is a success or a failure in this respect. I His specialty seems to be slipping out of difficult holds in his wrestling matches. Why a perfectly scholarly young man should decide to indulge in the manly art of grappling is be- yond our poor powers of comprehen- sion. flllbetfe tuill he Sleeping enough in the grahe. fSIxiy Sixfl Qs t f y x 1 ig-.t .K . W .X X GERALD HENRY HALL November 22, 1909 Allentown, Pa. eff Garry," F" Hallie " DeMolayf, Clubg prepared at Allen- town High Schoolg A.B. Course. ' After two years spent at Muhlen- berg, bf' Gerry " decided to 'come to F. Sz M. to enter the Junior year. Hav- ing had considerable experience in debating, " Gerry 'i is looking for- ward to being an orator of no mean ability after his graduation from F. 85 M. j V ' He is the efficient Scribe of Allen- town Chapter, Order of DeMolayg and' having had some experience in newspaper work, he may specialize in journalistic work a little later. However, his present intentions are to enter a first class law school after he leaves F. 85 M., which, of course, means that he is going to be one of the country's leading-attorneys. No matter what he undertakes, we know he is going to be a success. Good luck and best wishes, "Gerry." Don't forget Prof. Kunkle's law classes in the old science building. CHARLES PRIES HAMMOND March 30, 1910 Lancaster, Pa. "' Charlie "' Diagnothian Literary Society, pre- pared at Lancaster High Schoolg B.S. Course. This rather unassuming lad is really a friend worth having. " Chas." entered college in the middle of the year, after his graduation from Lan- caster High School. He is a "Diag," and a DeMolay. When it comes to women, Charlie keeps us in the dark much of the time, but we wonder if he really is as bash- ful as he pretends, to be. When a dance comes along, we often find him with a "Partner," thereby confirming our worst suspicions. Charles is majoring in Science, and is a " devoted " CH seeker after truth in the mysteries of the laboratory. As a matter of fact, it is still an open question in Prof. Beck's Chemistry class whether his initials, " C. P.," stand for Crude Products or Chemi- cally Pure. lust time is nehzi: fnunn again, ann what me tall time enough nIluap5 L pruned little enough. I: Sixty Sefvenj PAUL RAYMOND HARNER October 30, 1909 Boyertown, Pa. ffHdfHEf,,, "Pee Bee" Phi Upsilon Kappa Crjg Freshman Track Team Crjg F. Sc M. Band Cr, 253 Schiller Verien C215 F. 85 M..Glee Club, prepared at Boyer- town High School, A.B. Course. Harner intends to prepare for a business career but he believes that business should be more than juggling of figures if one has graduated from a college. For that reason he will get his business training at Penn Gradu- ate School in the form of an M.B.A. At present he is deriving the benefits of the arts course at F. 85 M. His law major here takes up much of his so-called spare time with outside readings and special reports. In ad- dition he attends glee club rehearsals, goes home every other week-end and writes letters. After he has his de- gree of M.B.A. he is returning to his home town where he has a chance to enter the stove industry. He might also, judging by his law work, attempt local politics. REV. 0. A. HYDEN October xg, 1895 Lancaster, Pa. "Hyden "A Pastor of the Pearl Street Evangelical Churchvof Lancaster, A.B. Course. Between his duties as Pastor of the Pearl StreetAEvangelical Church and his studies, Rev. Hyden has no time left to devote to extra-curricular work. VVe think that We can say without any fear of contradiction that he is as busy as any man in college. To most of us his well-worn Chevrolet is a fa- miliar sight and the occasional lifts which we receive are appreciated no less than is his company., 9 Rev. Hyde is a staunch New Eng- lander and it gives him no end of pleasure to relate tales of his boyhood days around Boston. His loyalty has been transferred wholeheartedly to his congregation and the reports of his church work are commendable to an extreme. Kit I5 easier: tn Supprzas the first nziirz than tn Eatiifp all that fnllntu It I Sixty Eightj .'.1':4.:I,'-'jfffi i,1:Ciu1.:7l ,arg .3-2..QJ33-I:'lA3? .vI-'.:j':.iL.s::g1-5..:.:'fs fn:-1' aa,-.A,,.,,..-,,s::.... ... ...... - ..,....... .-. .. . .. . ,,, , ROBERT ROLAND HARNER November ro, 1909 Valley View, Pa. If If Sigma Pig Freshman Basketballg Ori- ilamme Staffg Intra-Mural Baseball and Basketballg prepared at Hegins Twp. High Schoolg A.B.t Course From the " black diamond region of Pennsylvania," from the cauldron out of which seep the vapors destined to become thunderclouds of greatness, bursts forth this fair-haired son of strife andlabor. Lest you be de- ceived, be forewarned, that you mis- take not his gentle looks for meekness: for in those fair eyes can appear, when occasion demandsg a gleam which men of Wisdom recognize as a signal of danger and which women falls for like the leaves of Autumn. fBreath at any costilsl Some ill-advised product of unde- pendable Nature has spread the rumor afar that one of the daughters of Eve have secured a hold on this worthy which is like the grip of a Tarzan or an :I-Iercules. He speaks of the im- possible. ALFRED ZELIFF HARTMAN February 4, 1905 Trenton, N. J. ff JJ Prepared at Trenton High Schoolg it 'B.S. Course. , , K Strange as it may seem, iti53isi. rather diliicult to write anything about "AL" Yes, very hard, for we see very little of this jersey lead. Even though he is from the great capitol of New Jersey where the' Min Dollies hang Out, he makes little effort to socialize here in Lancaster. Now, as you see,'this boy is one of the great B.S. students, and we won- der what would happen to " Al " if it were not for Dr. Carroll and Prof. Beck. But he makes out fairly well at that. We just hope that " Al " will stick at it, and make a big success in life, for jersey needs some successful meng yes, many more. Qlltuaps taking out nf the mealstuh ann netm: putting in, snnn fumes tu the W hnttnm. If Sixty Nine il r .-.+.. IQSIORIFLAMME O"++'+ 0 ' 9 , 4 . A 0 O O 9 O 4 i 5. Ns .5 is vg p J f gf R If is 3 Elgi- 'F Y 'F- 2 X I 4 1 u AQ. 9 0 0 0 9 O 9 0 O 0 A V Q e 0 P t 0 A A of : 0 t in r 12 AAAA oeto 1 9 l V A . AA A:AfA Q- .A A ,., , 11 .A113141.Afsi3'1i:A:AA1 is "-i' .A IE"111'2?f:'Ef:fE.E:.1.11" '-'.. 11391.-:2E,":,'f-ttAEif..j'i.o2'1?i?1'fi,5x:oilfzffo::A:f' -A U n ,,?Iflg.QA- Aff ATQ?ff:-?ZfAfo5'limi '..A ..-'. 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S-E,-rf"bLi ' A . .',. gif ' V I Here IS the lzvmg exargmple oAl2lg1thoeilKn,g9f7 ,f1?,Z.fF:r,Awb ,ot ,Ao ,AA iq I., A student who would ratlgygqyallij than X53 A I ' hi VV eVV.giAYt1rdgQuf1y "A.' Q if 5 eat. Almost any day hegrarray bgilfseen Y"fio3P:E'1g ,Q 0hffn'2,1If3,l ,9fZl CE? A..- ,g4ot.9,h 3. ' ' o o to 19227 iss, vo ve 1- at ef en A-Aw lose ' -N 3 strolling about the streetsfof Lancaster U U , H .A L, 3-L, A , A A qq.Vt Qobt. 5 I ',.q A: ' i '- 5 Seeklng fCCfC21f10U- "No A0I1oCf2flkn'l'WS tl lcturlfl'?99l5A.Q3f5z9.?w1ab9Ye'5f1:fNQ9th1ong1'1fQW9 f I A I lho, . AA .. .,., .A .A A T' f where he goes for there are noffoflher Fouldlzwflts V'V' 1 glld gg1YC.:A 4..t YO1115 3931 325 , ,H E t I . ',Ik if ml .Q N W .v, ff , , ,A A A...-A.. QU Z students who have the stamxnafgpglfol- 'x Ql1f21fQQBf03Rt1'fi?fjQf QBCDDYQ-I ',Aag Hle1f9jgo1S-DQ . 1 low him up. 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Course, AAIA , A This young and imposing individ- ual sll'A is none 'otherfthan fffAl" Hen- ninger, who came here lastyear from Muhlenberg. ,Thus, M,uhlenberg's loss was F. 8: Mfs gain., l His favorite haunt seems to be the math rooms' in ,the oldscience. building where, according, to all Vvnl gjreports, his knowledge of"-the-g subject. puts both Prof. Charles- and Prof. Fry to shame. CAnyone vvhovenjoys math should be given all the-ifpublicity possible and this. accounts 'ford our mentioning the subject.j After graduation at F.'8c M. "Al U plans to continue his studies at Michigan where we suppose m0rC math ,profs will suffer the same fate as the locals athis hands. . At present -" Al l' is rooming on Pine St. which, has everyone knows, is quite a ,distance from the college buildings. . e . LBALOIS BUBE HEILIG August 20, 1908 , Mt. Joy, Pa. , .,.ei ,ff it " 011i4f,ffe-il"f BuBie " , Delta Sigma Phi, College Band, Glee Clu b Orchestra, Inter-Fraternity B a s k e t B a ll g Inter-Fraternity Wrestling, prepared- at ,.Mt. Joy High: Schoolg -B.S.'-lfl -Economics. Introducing Alois Bube Heilig, gen- tleman, scholar and musician. W Before entering our halls of learn- ing, Bube played the sax on the.Great White Way with-Tommy Christian and his orchestra, Whom you hear over WLW every night. During his college years he has gathered some of the highest marks in his class. Although beinga busi- ness student, Bubev has taken 'a fancy to Latin. Isgit because of alpretty Latin teacher in a high school not so many miles from here? We expect a lot from you, Bube, so good luck. Don't forget to practice your music lessons faithfully and with guesto. By all means, remember the Latin teacher. C V Iii pun iunwh nut hz fmsgnttzn H5 Snun ai you are been ann tnttzn, mthm: iutitz things tuncth rzahing ms no thing5 tuncth the writing. fSefvcnty 07161 ROBERT SAMSON HERR March 29, 1909 Lancaster, Pa. fl-Bob JJ Delta Sigma Phi, Student Weekly, Second Assistant Business Manager CID, Advertising Manager Czj, Business Nlanager fglg Orillamme Staff, Sophomore Prom Committee: Diagnothian Literary Society C155 DeMolay Club, Secretary fgjg pre- pared at Lancaster High School, B.S. in Economics. The spirit which seems to dominate all " students " today is one which de- sires most honorable marks and posi- tions at the cost of least effort. There are, however, in every class some few students, who, in their quite unassum- ing way, aspire for honors in scholas- tic and extra-curricular lines and wish to work for these honors. Such a student is "Bob." He has always ranked as a sound, not too conservative, student whose opinion is Worth While. He has also found time for. extra-curricular work and he was willing to start in one field, stay in that field and work himself from the lowliest of the lowly to the top. DIXON JOSEPH HERWIG October I, 1907 Allentown, Pa. Z A A rfDiCk,f1,rrDixJ1 Alpha Tau Omega, Muhlenberg Col- legei, prepared at Allentown High School, transfer from Muhlenbergg B.S. Course. s H " Dick " came to us from Muhlen- berg where he is amember of the Al- pha Tau Omega Fraternity. Due to the fact that there is no chapter of this fraternity at Franklin and Mar- shall, " Dick " findshimself in a rather unfortunate position. While at Muh- lenberg he actively engaged in track and a number of other' intra-mural sports. So far he has refrained from participating in extra-curricular work here. "Dick" is taking the B.S. course and hashigh 'hopes of entering the Pennsylvania Dental School after the completion of his under-graduate work at Franklin and Marshall. 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AAAA .AA- , AA Q 'A Q H I' A 1 ", ,ix , ' ' A 3, A f- . N 1 I A ,Ai lg QM, A , z . z Q f ' ' 713.11 -H541 ut. Q40 1 X . N f ' -- A ' -A: Q 'A,+.qAg.-A: fe A Q X t A ' . - -- - ' - -:mi-f?-'Y--il-A'-l?'7Ati'-2224555333515-f,?f5"i4'1Yf1Wfi'if1233ii "-'A f-mf.-f.-A - 0 'I - . - -+ -- - --o-Q--Q-Q4-Q4-Q I ' 0949009000 AA KENNETH CHARLES HORNER May 16,1907 Boswell, Pa. CLARENCE CURVIN HOVIS November 28, 1908 York, Pa. If-K'L,7ZJ.U IJ ff TrenyJ1J ff 1, Delta Sigma Phig Druidsg Intra-Mu- ral and Varsity Wrestling Qzlg Bandg Student Representative to Athletic Committee C353 prepared at Boswell High School, B.S. Course. From out of the west came a long line of famous wrestlers, the last of these being our own "Kenny.', His only drawback was an accentuated lisp and that has proved a blessing in disguise for through it he has suc- ceeded in capturing many of the fair sex, and one in particular. We are sorry that we are not to have "Kenny" with us next year, but we are also proud of him for he is going to go through school at F. Sz M. in three years simply by applying the same tenacity to his school work as he does to his wrestling. Keep up the good work, "Ken," and you'll have the world at your feet in no time at all. Phi Sigma Kappag Frosh Footballg Varsity Football Cz, 355 Wrestling Squad CI, 2, 3lQ Track fgjg As- sistant Circulation Manager of Ori- flammeg prepared at Wm. Penn Senior High Schoolg B.S. in Eco- nomics. " Ah! Who is that important look- ing man strolling across the campus? 'l one member of the weaker sex was heard to exclaim. She was told that it was none other than the great Hovis from York. Yes! York did it. Clarence came to us three years ago and is still talking of the " Great Hex town? Now wekare going to stop riding "Treny"- because we think he is allright, in fact, we really like him. "Hex" is a man of no mean ath- letic ability, having starred on the freshman football team and has been on the Varsity for the past two years. "Hovl' has been on Uncle Charlie's wrestling squad for three seasons and is one of the strong men of the class of '3I. Eiligznre is the mntber of gnnh luck. l'Scfventy Fouril A HENRY MILES IMBODEN, JR. January 25, 1909 New York, N. Y. B.S. Course. Away from the buzz and whirl of shining,Broadway came this taciturn and studious man. With such a frame of mind and a hidden attitude of indifference to' the unimportant things which confront him from day to day he goes about the campus with- out disturbing another or being dis- turbed. Possibly he is constantly med- itating concerning the real worth and significance ofthe fair ones in a real man's life, butioutwardly there is lit- tle, if any expression ,of interest in this " unimportant " -question. But his disposition is, nevertheless, an amica- ble one accompaniediby pluck and de- termination. His is., the type which does not shine only for a day, it is the type which, because of consistency and reserve, is found on top at the close of the day. The scientific course is commanding his interest and energy but, apparently, History is aufavorite hobby. Best wishes, Henry. i DOUGLAS BENJAMIN JOHNSON December 17, r9o8 New Haven, Conn. :r.D0ug,:: crJ0hnni6,u u Phi Kappa Sigma, Baseball fr, 2, 35, Football CI, 2, 35, Basketball Ci, 2, '35, Capt. ECIJ, i.ie Druids, ,Chairman of junior Prom, Varsity Club, pre- pared at West Haven High School, B.S.' in Economics. A ' ' S The dustiest tomorrow which the future may hold, 'in store will be un- able to dull the brightness of " Doug's " a b s u r d l y ,schoolboyish standard of decency and his splen- didly absurd loyalties, so much a part of him -have they become and so constantly have they Hamed through- out his college career. "Doug" is the lad who came to college deter- mined to do whatever was being done. Having achieved his aim before his Sophomore year arrived, he has been searching, since then, for something into which he could throw 'himself whole-heartedly and be himself. A Ath- letics, to the exclusion of almost every- thing else, provided the solace. -Some- day the Great johnson is going to surprise everybody who damns him as merely one of the Woe-begone fol- lowers of Gymnasticus, ,with no re- deeming qualifications. ' 122 that 21325 H illllilfllmillg EU25 H 5UI3IfUhJfI'lQ. fSe1venty Fifverl . 0.-1-,1--. ' : : Q O Q QVQJQ A QEKHFLA-R151 3 . .o 6 9 Q 9 Q U . ' ----- ----"'---'-H-"ie A " - ' ff' '? 'ff1'ffU f ' Q ' he r is 9 4 - We e as ' I .s.s.se 1, Q t e 4 Q me . .Q P :Viz A. ji vs i i W t. 1 ,I as its l 1 . s 1 9 Q. 15 l ' l 2 ff . L X 'lr ll - 4. ll . 9 , e s X e q lg . WAhmmav-Mdqukpurirmf-,iw--U ' ' Q Ai, .1 i '.-v-' , .32-If ,,,- ' U" i 3 fy eq ..'f 1,-2PL7L1.5: '.-4 A :Z:.1e -. A,:,:z,.',:W: .'.. A 5 V.: ww 1'121l41i,li3?i'iJlQHN'??iANQREW1iKELTig' :iff W October 17, 1908 l Chamlpeqrslj.urgjiePa2:. af.5.icgfl1f'Lliiebruglfyg.-1fQLgrfQo8 ,Philadelp-h.i'a, Pa. , 4' t -,,A , Q A Q, I A if "J0hf1f1ic',"i ffawaf' l f l se ' e ' + 'i ff, seaay . Q? ' r-I A-"' 1. ' v 1' ' i li ff Prepared at Chambersburg High for Bhl Kappa'Ps1r5 Eootball C15 zJgQBaS:. l " Schoolg B.s. Course". Q J !5555.1ee.rbigr1l Cr-7 rrer g1'f--1-Trask,il'1.,,a5 3lfVS+5Wlf111r.'- l 53-, . s,,l . gqrii ' l',f?.m'1Hg" C2, ,355 er-r' 4l0hI1 Marshall 3Lawf: rl 25 Quiet and unassuming, -Iohnlnieg-fgwlx A'..5VIC1ub.: Che?F17qa.deht VV .sq President. M, 'J can be seen " stroll1ng!'1'to"' his classeslfgvnkfg. 1 yi e.e f pf Sophomoje Q1Cl'ass gvlviprepasred at" ' seemingly as unconcerned as he -4QOulfd'i..'..,.'f'5ng'N5Q.ftheaSt 'H1ghf5j?Ild3 .e"'- G?1'manl0WUi fi possibly be. He has bemenwfnatheij con- X 33 COLIQQ, 5 V y lb 'lvl .. . . . 31 l . .. rib r .-,,', Lew---1 J ' A A r' servative of his social talents, yet. in -5 ' Ah:1iAeeiWe,,Haverefsix 'feet and some -i z. l . - " A- eq..-",,1,1',-j. 5 Q .5-' 33 ,At by-:,,J .D . . . .Q , . ,V7 A his stay here he has had thelwehesg of 3 .3 Emches? of man, '?thl5.te,,bpQ11Uclan, land. Q fs my times. Upon many occas1ons hrs 1g.glry l 1l0VCI'.ivQ 'lheiynggiggvibrr--E ,,,'V of-2 ,-" l'any5sjj1one1',.Off wit and clear thinking have helped in Q' these iwivords imihediatelyiconnotates to' ' 5? i. ' ' ' . 1 ,f - its Epff' Q A' ', ",, . e . .. " ' making the customary eveningf'f'fBull'Z fhqwflafflqe.QQQJJJGFOIAEC l3fyTOIlf1K1ll1?Dp, if session " a grand success. ' Accgrgiingg Q Piifllllflft Cgfen-gfh0usih,' 'eee -." .jg to all records, john expects tqj' be aii,.fT'2'aT.3rgSeati,iEg5ii?g Iii a -s-e' la as 't e ' if? ' 11 If . i'i' ' 3... E, fl.,-1 "" 1 "" as .--' I ' y. v , w jfs, chemflst OE grfat not? some dflyr yn, any"Puig"'y-isf1 b'i1eAj t.'-- of,ethos'e personality A f 4 fit Yet C Hsnf dCC1dFd Wlllcll j'Q1'Cflt, fpwlus boys anidjiys,orreioflthfihestleknown l 'A ff! Steel C01'P0f21'fl0H Will- l56.1QlUCkY fl7lQUEl1'E iiienlr.inJCo1lle'Q,'25?5He Wras fa' regular A i -1,5 ' . JA- K ' L at I exuyiij -' 125 ,Av .rf ef--1 Nj, s . -I :ix ,X 1 4 to Qbwtam AJV4 mhlsc. se1.1v1cYeQQ5'1A5y,. toku the membe1jjfo,12:ff.the2oofball ,team 11:15 r92-Q ,Am 1 .2 ...Y lrse f 1 1 Lf .x 1 rf f . i , e A t . E' WC2k.Cx...S.ex-rh.CiEalW,a9S,1-Pleads a policyf- PHI WasfU11?l?l.CeEffi9l33f,.l9.St5?H5flI1f'l39r . .. pf e. if ,re 'r'r - H 4 it s . .-1' . if di . - a0f.e-:hands off,' but the writer of this 'fer if cause 0 +anl1m3uf55.et0-+ lsr 6 SU Pre 'l - 1 fi'-3:"fi7"'l."if'73,'1::+'1i.-.e i f ,,'-. "F-"W" '3"z":" i 'il--. 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S7 lifl? , fyefffkj J XX I I sf-bmi' j ---. ,Luv if -eMiJLL'.jf,.z1.h::.LC.IiiiQ'QZffX::w'! gpg-.Fil Jig Q fly.. ue' ff, ex ,, V.. 1 I "wie --n....,k """-are-Q-M-ff,-""'He'Qil 'Cl 17. -asians ...n Lf.-W - X' " fffffmb 14 .... W rav x l fe, ..-. .---. .... M -... .... - .e... Q , - .K ,. za s 3.-.ML Qs-111,13 ,.'. .1.Q,j1:g,f,1Qf D 3 V .l ALBERT LOUIS KLECKNER October 23, 1909 Allentown, Pa. ' ffD0C.U A Phi Kappa Tau, Manager of Soccer, Managers Association, Oriilamme Staff, Board of Control, prepared at Allentown High School, B.S. Course. t "The blonde from Allentown "- known the town over, especially by the fairer sex. Neither of these facts would recommend a man, for any- thing, but H Doc " does not " dwell " on either. His success comes with his ability to adapt himself to situations Cask her, she knowsj. Doc's ability as manager and treas- urer would point him to the stars in the business world, but we understand that he will spend hisefforts in the ed- ucational "field," spreading what he may of knowledge and character. We see him as a success in this line. Then, regardless of the fact that he comes from Allentown, let us give credit where it is due and commend this light-haired youth for his smiling personality that will continue to win the hearts of the fair and the respect of the strong-through life. REGINALD JOHN KONOPKA March 2, 1908 Shamokin, Pa. D ' " Chvpify " Alpha Pi, Football, Wrestling, Inter- Fraternity Council, Varsity Club, Porter Scientific Society, Inter-Mural Athletic Asso., prepared at South High School, Omaha, Nebr., Coal Township High, Shamokin, Pa., Susquehanna University, Pre-Medi- cal Course In "Choppy," we find the virility and characteristics of a real He-man, an organizer and va' possessor of the shrewdness and strategy of a Na- poleon. In testimony we bear wit- ness that he is an all around athlete, a sincere student, an actor of no mean ability as Well as a dashing Romeo. As a Christmas tree salesman, he is a high pressure man de-lux. Ask " Pop " Esrey, who bought five wreaths. The accomplishment of such a sale, heretofore unthinkable, qualifies him for success in any field, especially his chosen medical field. Immune to fear, even explosions in chemistry lab. -but we have a sneaking suspicion he is so much pie to his Dad, and after all, who isn't. Where are nn gains Iuitbnut pains. i fSefventy Serum :I . KERMIT LEROY KUNTZ September 6, 1910 Hegins, Pa. ff L' Prepared at Hegins Township High and Temple University Q2 yearsjg A.B. Course If you should see a tall, blonde, Well- dressed and handsome young man walk down Nevin Street, and should you fail to classify him-rack not your brain, he should answer to the name of Kermit. Kermit, a gift to Lancaster fair youth, transferred from Temple Uni- versity to the Garden Spot after he awoke to the realization of what he was missing. just a word of advice 'to the young ladies: Let not your hearts be dis- turbed for the simple reason that a friendship which Kermit formed while sojourning in the City of Brotherly Love has not suffered at all from the separation, in fact, judging from the volume of correspondence " Absence makes thesheart grow fonderf' One look at this young man's scho- lastic report will tell you why Kermit came to college--you will find all As and Bs. ' THOMAS LAMONT September 17, 1903 Philadelphia, Pa. , I. " Q .V rt'T0,,,lJ1 Prepared at Temple University, A.B. Course. When one hears the name . of Thomas Lamont it immediately sugf gests the money of Wall Street, the power of big business and the success of a great -man. This Thomas La- mont has all the traitsiof the above- mentioned New Yorker but heiexpects to use them in another direction-that of followingtout the principles of john Calvin in the profession of a minister in the United Presbyterian Church. 1" Tom U came to us from Temple University last year and his smiling countenance has won him many friends on the campus. So far none of the fair sex have captured this Apollo, but there are rumors that an English girl has an interest in the case. May she succeed where the local talent has failed so miserably. Gfmplnp thy time rozll, it tbnu mzanzst tn gain Iei5utz. Ifsevvrnty Eightj N WILLIAM GORDON LANDRETH August' 28, 19094 A Lancaster, Pa. ' Q. ,'v.v ,L Q ff ni .'.!', jx' ',.- .I tsrudgmweekly Staff qi, 35, Man! , aging Editor C35 3 ,Student ,Senate ' C2, 35 gm Vice-President ,Cfgil g Editor- in-Chief of,,f4Qriflamme'fC3j Q .AA,, Goe- -'thean '-Literary, Society,-gC1r,i 2, '31 3' Winner "of-L Freshman 'vd'a, Dratorical Contest CIlg.1Secretary C252 Presi- dent C253 Critic 'C.3.jQ john Mar- shall Lavv Club ACI, 2, 32 g'Librarian C2'lf,i- Secret-21-lry 'tsl 5 -Peiiipfandial ,Club C31 gf 'V.', ,Calumet ."' i'?Club C313 'Thomas Gilmore Apple :Prize Czlg ,Freshman ,Tennis Team CID, Var- ,gsity'TennisCfIfeam C2, 3ilQ prepared W at ,C Lancaster j, t',', High School, A.B. AZ. , V QAQQCV I4 V Gazing over the list of-lthis young Appollois activitiesffwe feel that he must sigh, as Alexander sighed, be- cause there are no more worlds to conquer. Besides- being Editor of the " Oriflammef' Managing Editor of the " Student Weekly," a member of the varsity tennis team, and a ,member of nearly every society on the campus, " Gus H 'finds time for studies. , rj-oriiN RUSSELL LEAMAN March 30, 1910" V igr C Lancaster, Pai 5 v.'.A ,rr .b Phi.'f'Ki3iPp,a 'Tau gi Freshman f.Basket4' ballg jFreshm5an, "iVt Tennis-g' "Varsity ' Basketball' C2,,.3l'ggIntra-Mural Vii'- Ath- letic,Q!-kssiociariori-i"i"'C35 qillcofqplqser 'of l"Ccil1jjege- Song, ,C'5f3i,giQ5-fprgpaged Lan-L caste'rfg'High School gb 'A.B.'Course. i Ye thrill seekers-+here's, your big moment. ,Look-ihirn :over ,girls and then to"lta1k"ei,g1Zyou ,four-i"'af,ridZe.in' his Dodge. "" A-Hells e,ii ,got ,more-igtlrrills in' one seat'-tlian-"Henry, has Fords., If you donft, beli,eve.fit,' ask. those' Holly- wood Babes or"anyl,p,h'renologist.,yi, And then for I fburthegrf ' wmatchf' him 'V Iob those tennis! balls, ',or-'Watch' hairniishoot basketsg or singmhisi popular college songs, or hear himdplay the ,organ or read in the papers his news items, What a versatile man! So versatile, in fact, that 'We know not in which one of these activities to predict ag fu- ture for Johnny. We feeliiconfident that success awaits him in any one, and we hope that it may be in all. Since tbuuuart not sutz nt aiminute, tbrotu nut away and hear. fSefventy Ninel -3- 1, S E935 5 1,41-,5m::,g,' up it F .,,,m., .mm om is ff ew-a+ h H-:'-... K' w 4 1 1 xv V . 'ff sl,NMM,m m,mmwM ,,,, ,,h,L4, ,,., ,W A.A. W., M.,,,., ,.,. .,,bA. 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' Maln-ag'efs Assioejfjifsffgegjp'1, Setepi' g1,,WQY3,.g'f0ll?5:' HHdQg1YC thi Tl E1 ciation Q35 g preparetl at"B0y,eVrtoygi,ii,flQiS71 Vboyfa. fblgsighand' is he' 3 .Qi 1 High Schoolg Pffe+Med.,eC0'u,rse:-" eww'f'1?0H,w0V,uV1V-know-As Why, glveiaway- lf 'jjj' 55 M 2: 'fLou1eg'QK" oft Jg:oiii'se,- Ate the 1 Tao lt? li "Doc" is the 'hoiPel fel1?"itlie'i',1fiiti1re -ei iihgouselitl1iUg'S4.1,h3VC''tO'ibeiiilailed CIOWIL' I I f ' I Q I- '.,. fp. 'ff J Ak '- " ,L '11 V - - ' ,iii j healthwand well-being of QVBIOY91-tgvvn, ji L0lkef2P2i'ifi?511F,,f1f0mA tlhffmcgo 5 1 ' . - - , . 5, V ,, " 'df ' , - ' E ir 'his home town. Wh1le still a-'little , 9 Ove: 'f 'ro esigiis en glf SI ui S 5 il' bo and svn 'd ooo' fy 11 - NO,We.,aShfOH1d1Sfa'y glrl-:UPf,111 Ffack- Y 4 i ,yd I possess? no-V 35f1Cf,T fy Ville EfQT1oiiAie's 'Hghealrt fhas been capti- if l mlm 'dsoineofleetoldi hE?T1.tl13t' illeflge fl if fiatedgeby in ,e'Q, :atfr.aCtiVe,.,dam.SC.l, Wh0SC fi o a oc or is. great un .5.veryl-fpro t- lf if' vor1t"f. ' UU' b ' 't" ' 1' f' P' ' i , , we U ,7,4..M 315 Me jsgovr ,lisw eingi ate or roms able, atxd extremely e4Sy VTh1V?x mute iQOtbqv!lsQgameS:,i-I ,,:5,L0uie,S N aim lg l Won hls heart, afldi 50, ,111 Ofdell tQ,3 g1ef'1fg1it.V1sg to be".faV'Hgjfe-at physician like some I it ' have tot asm hun hisfdefefafhersmetfsisssffienouws H - york, he persuaded feissssaw,giqlfffo-ia guinea ,epigS,f1lu,sewon't swiss-iilivesvsfof 1 ig f.Cf'fB?L,aAnurge.-,sfg,,,HeE1igff1j.0U' Qtrlig- 'hills him, iso., aifhirglaii rife-ipg. 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V : .1 f., Q f- JI' E K 1 ' I if h .f-. L 3 EP xxx, I . QR H f . 5 Sf' in 'l l l ' .Fiqh 1 QU! i i jig- ? if r is A C fix -' ' ' E!" W 1 -I ,ilk rl aw? x ' fix . XA 3 -rip? 5 1 f 2 :XX : l X' fi if f X if up ,J r xi L . xx' ai . Ng ik? it .g V, ' I , f, - .AUGUSTUS LOEB , 1 GRAYIHLLC GRAYB1LLg.LoRAHa January 1, QIQIO Lancaster, Pau. june 1,8,ifV19fJ87 C 1 it C C Lititlf atb rr Guys-V 11 N U G,-abc, ',,v A N. 1 Diagnothian Literary Society, Winner". pg Prepared atllilothsville High Schoolg of Freshman Oratorical Contest.i7:"f'ff B.S. in Economics. V A AB. Coursey prepared at Lancasterfj 35' V, f. y ' High School' at X .gif .If your eve-rtsee a blue Buick couups, . p I 5 . Xvvith a red stri e on the door dashm lf, ., . , P, i g , X Pmckney said, "Millions forupde- QP .lffmes .Street as about 3- LO LD Ifh? if fense, but not one cent 'for tribute? Elssslflngg gh5??Ounegng?e21i1?r:1a': E1-Dara ff ' ' 7, r . .a-H' .f. . . , . a fr- fdoeb ,saysi Hours for la3'Y',,blftxmuCl1' A ru Lititigg Besides establishing a rel1ab'e 1 lt' ess time Of the falfef Sexy alfyf ' taxi, service between the College ands' 41 one eVCf gave 21I10fhAC1Tb HU 1UfCIT10f1EY' 2I'thejfPennsylvania Railroad Station for ' , complex, here is onemyvho hasfsgivea fltheifsole use of Prof. Barnes, Lorah y, 9,1 the majority of his ltfelloxqv students Hehasjbeen quite instrumental in main- such a complex With,-respectjto they r-taining interest in the Fan Tannpgame .fig Q. g subject of History andlxthose, Of, Politil-ily U ,at the Campus House. g cal Science. Indefatigablene energy- H Gee! but the women do fall for this E seems to characterize thejffactiwity of yfellhowig of course, his Buick coupe 'fr' 3 Loeb. He.glisggvdistinguishted byfhis le! U f mightluhave something to do with it. lf" gui galistic dignity. 'I2l1g:sgslecretfyoff his .f .Lorah 1'1CEfQ17f,iHD1Sl'lCS talking about 3 success beernsvtb 'liei"1Q1fejg,Qthoroughness zthatlfmoonligihtii 'nightf on -Althae- Hudson l with igvhixclfy hrexdoesieiqh teask."?Detzrilsy f iuxyrith that--fReaS1'Q12Z 12f2!QQS3,,.?l,l3.d,,il1g Still, 'lf 5 l ayqfnrffi SKacrific'ed"f6F'i5th-Qsgake of es-if ,claims thy2rtQfhe3ri12S'on','riileant mog'e:liroV -... 'Sf f capiln'gj,ezitra1 worlltqlyg HisV'?pQjf5ryside line? QQ girwihimxxthefrejthhan lt diffs..iLanyigni1tghtE3irl,lexX gggi 'T Q seems gtoilbex 'thatjofr preparing producg f'ttL1t1iZ?Q-. f . ...4 ' 35 f ,fi0f1Sffdfi'15lSQl'i?Cf3.fY Socretw- These.: L0r4h.yS,'.213's,e.Qfthes1rk'a22.f2.fLaf1ga112?Pf1sfff 5 :lik The Jena df His'-tsenior"'yea'iiggYQI1l'lffQgfOl?? 5' ..gg 'ShallQ-FX2fP,eCtVEtlgf?EQj,Qxf 2+ l ably! find hrimswongs the eFtt1WefaQ.fr re Ws'.1.:'Pe1v 42 if of his class.'xxBestQgvv-ishesyto'131'o'uE1f,Qf-Xu-gfgf flfilds. 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I -d'1w44"g7i9'xw4,:"'5a-., r f " off J W "vi" af" 'Vw.ff""v" l' " ' i if .3 ,. 8 I HONVARD CULLUM LUTZ September 15, 1907 Glen Rock, Pa. " Jack " B.S. Course. Every man has a purpose to serve. Solomon evidently forgot his real call- ing, but "jackls" call seems to be a real one and he is fulfilling it in a real way. It is only because Rudy Valee owns a saxaphone that the " fair ones," confused in their " spell- ing l' and "cases," falsely attribute to him that on which our good friend "jack" claims the copyright. A graceful and smooth stepping chap he is in entirety. In spite of all this, for Which he is not directly responsible, his major interest seems to lie in his scientific pursuits. His philosophy seems to be that there is a time and place for everything. The day will come when the citizenry of metropoli- tan Glen Rock will look up to one- as they lie on the operating table- who follows in his father's footsteps. Along with our best wishes is a state- ment of our confidence that you will be to your profession what you have certainly been to your numerous friends and your college, "Jack" GEORGE ALBERT MACE, JR. january 2, 1909 Pen Argyl, Pa. " Maze " Phi Kappa Tau, Frosh Footballg Stu- dent Senate tglg Oriliamme Staff, junior Prom Committeeg Assistant Manager of Basketball C213 pre- pared at Pen Argyl High Schoolg B.S. in Economics. George is the tall and handsome young man from the little town of Pen Aryl. Wherever this good look- ing sheik appears he is the focus of all feminine eyes. Is it any wonder? Just look at him. Many' girls have thought that George is older than he really is. His manly features account for this. One of George's numerous assets is his jovial disposition, his pleasing personality. just to think of him is to see him smile or hear him laugh. His sunny side is always up- permost, bringing joy into the midst of his friends. As a conversationalist, George is a trump. Surely, with his above-average scholastic attainment as a proof of his mental ability, to- gether with his charming personality, George will undoubtedly become a successful business man someday. QI fine genius? in big uhm country is like gain in the mine. IiEiyhty Tfwol HERBERT KINNEARD MCCLEARY September 26, 1905 Harrisburg, Pa. " lilac," 1" H orb " Phi Kappa Sigma, Football, Freshman ' Football 3 F r e s h m a n Wrestling, Green Room Club, Class Poet Cglg Diagnothianr Literary Society, pre- pared at Harrisburg Techg B.S. Course in Economics A r Somewhere in the dim past " Mac " was Harrisburgls contribution to the .Freshman class of our r college. " Mac "A has taken his college course On"-the installment plan-a little now, and a little later. He iswthe kind of companion everyone wants, but few of ushave. His smile tells more than the average letter of introduction. And the things he can do with a piano seem Tito prophesy that he will some- day set the world. dancing. Even a lecture can seem like a party when " Mac H is present. As for the Women --Well, we better not mention that. He has tried his hand at football and wrestling and is one of the bright lights in college dramatics. Truly, thy name is Versatility. WILLIAM HENRY MCCREA, JR. july 8, 1909 Newville, Pa. ff N A.B. Course. When Dickinson no longer had any- thing 'to offer this embodiment of en- ergy, he came to " The Garden Spot of the United States " Where he im- mediately began a season of exploita- tion of that which Nature so kindly gave him. " IT H seems to be playing a great part in his college career. He is both kind, unique and impartial in his attitude toward the many would-be fortunate ones. Each day proves it- self a Leap Year day in his life. A possible explanation of his unusual success is the fact that he is fast be- coming an accomplished Ornithologist under the direct supervision of " Prof." Beck. In all fairness to the latter We must say that he does not teach "Mac" the practical value of a knowledge of birds. This he seems to have gotten through experience, as others get "practical astronomical ex- perience! " But that which constitutes the "life of the party "-not neces- sarily the spirits-is certainly found in "Mac." More pep to you, friend. is 152 llfhfll fatg tnn mllfb llfhflf lil! IHQH. fliighfy Thrfcil ,MW 2 Mnwxex a+s'b.5J5:L--Q-+-4451"-sw . i..----4--'ef' :xv PN F N A 4 K ---a..,Qj-:,mN ng41.,W fV- 'vs ww if X WSE F! 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"'V 5' ' 4 Q 1' r . r,,,i...,,.,m1.a1 a H141-,u ff Mac .u bi .'AAb.A E '.AbV V 4 V,VA AAAA, V -I Prepared at Upperi ' iDa'rby", bq,q .-" e'e", Vq'e spree, Schoolg B.S. in Economics. V i 'e j"'pared, "e' 1at, ,ee, QOlUfI1b1Q ee" VH1ghf..ViSCh00lQ.i ss, ' ' V i f Y "E 'Bl-'Si-i e"" V iilftECOi10mi'cs4.V3f'+"':'2ff " Mac " has been here forVVJust'th'1'ee3 'V eeee fvgi e,'Ve' eWeQ Q e'e,, 1 A ,Aeeeeee. 1 ee. jgjlxl' l A' A ' V' ' V' ' 1 WA tarlaVnCes ,Qarefs'o'Tnetin1esf ei' years, and has undoubtedly become a i in Vi ,. V V,VdVA VVdeAV. b,AVV..V Z A character around the Campus., We-1lVVffi'ilcgltfull' iiW'hO Addv l Would' 'thmk' Hithat are sure that he will beiremembered :ff Donlsd' ffhiands'o:n1ejf 'ddq' ieounteriianvcerf 5' is R r as y -, ' 'Q manly at-1T!.iSk iariiieFfhafiVf'5ii.Sffiififi 4,'r i'5h6Vad1 n for a few years to comef ,It Would V ,is onlyla ,d'V framedfpr de'ep'jj5jda'relg:rf.QSVCC1fC?:s. be unkind to can Mac at ffhusflef iffequifef,1S5'm?? FUCKi3daefaifivietVVswks t ' ff 2 'MV it aiu We .bQ. W .aYefV F.,1?i ' b,,V if OW? QYVH V'.' ,.Vu 3 'Qin' W truth IS truth' MHC? ?UCCe?S -fMike 'VafVrq1aisr, Hieg,,isaaz-V-.pb1'ifiQi:my V is assured as long as ,hC.1'Cf31I'lS,-l'llSi ffbm QPCOI-umgiafff ,,.VV lbwdfihingg, r i he glibness of tongue-how that man fcanj Q have beeniposhtedffffvfaqnidf ',u ,..y.- spfeefmtsi ii ' talk! We will all feel his loss When' X haveextendedffhisfi,qfuietiifinfluenoel'-itoi 5 . he leaves us, but just think of the Franklin and Mareshyal.l",1 ltul a '..'i Another "'V deep? management of the Campus Hpousei secret,for,s'ha11e 'we,lgaypfpSW6et,V..Secret,V The matter of "Al's'p' future occuf isp concealed- at WilsoiniZ'jColle'ge.:Q fVVe. patron is a matter ofmuch specula- knovvp now'7why?i'he elxobks SQi5S'lfiiCPrYV' tion, for he shows a trulyremarkiable somemorningsffgf'LD0rf5'Q2,1lkvayStYprfag- ,y .r diversity of ability and interest. 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A A -. ff Q ,,,-A-:A5-A:-A:-..:A..fA , Q n ' fezfa.-' n w 4. ,M MW, , A d , B I n n v THOMAS LYNCH MULLAN May 12, 1905 Uniontown, Pa. " Tom " Phi Kappa Psi, Green Room Club C15, Secretary C25, President C35g Post Prandial Club C353 Inter- Fraternity Council C352 Assistant Manager of Track C2, 35, Under- graduate Managerial Association, Secretary C352 Editorial Staff, Stu- dent Weekly C155 prepared at F. Sz lvl. Academy, B.S. in Economics. Direct from the halls of Mercers- burg and F. Sc M. Academy came this handsome piece of humanity. .He left an enviable record behind-this does not intentionally refer to the school where H Tom H took a special course in " Herzologyv--L. H. lt's just that unique way and appeal of his that makes -him prominent in the Green Room Club. About the time he en- tered college people had forgotten the famous race track of his ol' home town. In an admirable attempt to re- establish "Oniontown," " Tom " is bringing glory to it through the Richard Dix fashion. An honorman at F. Sc MQ Academy, he is headed in the same direction in the higher insti- tution of learning where he now de- votes his time. EMIL STEPHEN NAGY April 26, 1909 Bethlehem, Pa. " Hnzey " Szechenyi Literary Society Cr, 2, 355 President C35g Schiller Verein C2, 355 Phi Upsilon Kappa, Bethlen Circle C2, 353 prepared at Liberty High School, Bethlehem, A.B. Course. Let me introduce you to the " Great Hungarian Tenor " and language "shark" Latin, French, German, Spanish and Hungarian, all fall be- fore him. If you see a' youth with dreamy eyes singing "Mammy, Mammy" or hear that some practi- cal joke is about to be perpetrated, "Amey" is near at hand. He ex- pects to study abroad for two years, hence the reason for his interest in foreign languages. His pet hobby is smoking a pipe and trying to demon- strate how these foreign languages should not be spoken. He is always in a jovial mood, with a huge smile, ready to contribute his " wise cracks " in the frequent and numerous " bull sessions l' of the Seminary Dormitory. He's a good mixer and makes many friends. ' write iniurizs in huit, hznefita in -marhlz. 5 fEighly Sixil HENRY PASSMORE NEWELL, JR. December zo, 1908 Towanda, Pa. l4'Hen .U Prepared at Towanda High Schoolg A.B. Course. We will be quite frank and admit at the outset that our knowledge of the subject could very easily be stuffed into a thimble. We may as well pro- ceed to expend our frugal bit of wis- dom and let the world in on our thoughts. Newell is one of Prof. Ne- prash's discoveries for the wisdom of this youth in sociology passeth all un- derstanding., Newell is a result of many years of seasoning at Towanda where after a time it is said he developed into the chief feminine source of anxiety. These quiet fellows seem to have a particular knack of attracting all the feminine pulchritude to their side of the fence. For the rest of us there is nothing that remains but the consola- tion which comes from having our mouths open in dumb wonder and ad- miration. CHARLES W. PATTERSON December 16, 1907 Williamsburg, Pa. " Pat," " Charlie " Student Senate Q3, 4J, Secretary C415 prepared at Williamsburg High School and Dickinson Collegeg B.S. in Economics. ' After terrorizing the little village of Carlisle for two years, " Pat " de- cided to seek larger fields of conquest and much to the dismay of the peace- ful citizens of James St. eluded the sagacious police force of Lancaster by acquiring the celebrated "Wooden In- dian " which F. and M. students had striven for since time immemorial. VVinning more friends in two years than the average student does in four, "Pat', has also shown his leadership abilities in ably managing various col- lege functions. As guardian of the Freshman Class, Custodian of the Possum, and the reason why girls leave home, he has shown keen judg- ment. Who can forget the old grey hat, the high leather boots, the open collar or the continual smile which he has for every one with whom he comes in contact on the old college campus. 711392 may tn he Safe is nehzr tn he secure. r Iiliighty Se-'venj l . taller .S -. f aff. ,. --v-1 gi'-i2r,fs .,.f ,:..,- a, s.,, I J in V3 L5 dx lr K ti 52 ss fgfcfrsz- :L 1 fx X 1 X ix ff 'w R 1' '- XXV? QV V If f' 'x ,X J . . Pt Y Q '1 Q. I M W it I x , x X, M' 33, 5-Q. 4 ff xi 1 If 1 Q Q- K? V- xi VV l , J -all X f I . .X VV N E li fi 5223527 , ,., ,, M 4 , n l r ,l .ff?1'.Z3,-,qaraffiiiiilx-W1" 'LMFmQ::'.'T'LF'x:553Zyt:'-2:'?3si2gx . ii ,, .. ,. ,. .- h . . I l , twill? GLivEi'1fLliE41'-Etflisrafs MD "" ' 4' , I mv: was l Y ui: 4. v:l'ff'fDAi,, J W' J 'A W . ff:-" I:lff,'1'1f:':-.fit-,1'T-' 1' 5: .... ,.,,, , ,... ,A- ,,..,m-M.. """i "" i13I1?..V.7:g .. 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' 'K Bob " is a studentin the sciences. - " Football fzlg Druids, Secretary fzl-5 5 VPhi iKappa Siginag Freshman Classii A VL ff o1j:ifV Leadertg Freshman Footballg Varsity l ' 'r N , ,,. .1 A J f y 'Business VManager of Oriflammeg 'ggi , in Because science is as awhole indebted Qt. ' f to mathematics we can assume that heV,V.VVVVVlVVfV,V,,V nity COUHCIIVVV-Vsdstudent ,Senate cg, 3 Class Historian QD 'Inter Frater- 2, F3 W 3 - - ' 1 J has passed his course 1n Freshman-N it -W l Math lab. O fair readerf-to whom 4'Bob's" copy of the Oriflammei will doubtless go-it is highly important . , A i , if 'L 4 B.S1.i1n Economics r ' 3" if prepared at Lancaster-"High Schoolj f ., f it ' . . , v FL , V. ,. X , -. , .V XV 5. . . gr! fi 4 Chester, we can qscarcelyzbelreve that . J that yOu should realize this evidentit fl t ' ill probability, because it is highlyvfim- portant that anyone who pretends to any prestige whatever, to a B.Sf. in fact, should have passed Freshman Math. 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'QF-.'g.'.1Sl1-VV"'lQ, 1+13Uf"vr4m.sumuren.., ,.g:,r.1qm..,,,,,,, - gi,.r..tf"':2Lry.,.f""'mim'q' - ...,,,U- -if-:.o1'seL'n -,u...r.aegg - - lmsavsxufm. I, .1 l i 5 Z X it 'it I gl R il A. 1 .cy I rig 1 ,,.. .K,1 .,1.,v, r .-.....Qffffl.-..--. -as f - Q we ' m""n MW ."r'5 9 Q555?, l A 'VVNV 1 s E . s ' C l il ' l C gr 9. . ., QE, 9 , jj" A 'Q Ex C l '- . y .r . or li l if 2 . CHARLES D. RODENBERGERQ, JR.' "WILLIAM THEODORE RGEVERQ September 26,1909 Shamolcin, Pa. IVIayl24, 1907 I A -- Irvington, N. If "Rody," " Charlie U P 9 "Bill," ff Dafwd " 9 KaPPa Sigma? Glee'C1ub fl, 2, sl, Phi Sigma Kappag'Der Schiller Verein i Asslt Manager l3lZ Glee Club. QF' "1 A"" . 1, z,r4lg John 'Marshall Law Club 2 A ChCStf2 lil? Y-IM. C. A. Cablrnetfv Qggg Goethean Literary Society CI, i V f2, Qli Plll UPs1l0U.KaPPaS DMS' 25, Inter-Fraternity Council Czjg l nothlan literary Sfxlety CI, 2: 3, if Freshman Cheer Iieaderg prepared l Der Schiller, Veremi Prepalled at, . V at South Side'High School, Nevvarkg Svhamolfin High School, in So- .3 Bisixin Psychology p A clal Sciences. , 5 M 1 l I No, kind reader, you are not looking Above' dear feadeff We have 'none at a portrait of Bismark, much as the Qghef A than 'Wm' T' Rfeveri CPTO' i above. features seem to indicate, ibut Uouncffd IaVff1',l .who halls from the l upon another Teuton, Herr Roden-.1 so mosquito state. 1 ' . 9 2 bffrger, himself, Otherwise known to Lasrgyear itlwas discovered that ' l fflgoiiflgb' friends and Classmates asa- l "Billlf' wasgmong the lrnissingg upon ' l' uROdy,, possesses diligence in-his 1nSvestr,fiat1c:1n,pg1t vgals-lebarned' that he., , studies, conscientiousness toward-,any was dvtgn 0.lfm,1?,Ylhefe he r task to which he is put, rdeterminzitionmi C Xmni a QPOSIUOQ.. their 5t?Ex'0fl,,the, 5 in masteringrany task andya sense of Jester .. and Where he also ?CQU1.lied 9 1 , humor, all of .which -qualities' produce 3 . DSPCH-king, kFl.9YffleClge of 5 English ' . a personality whichihlas won, for him Whlch ls Chgfracfeflstlc Of N- , W many friends. This personality, ,we , 310.99 , ,, 9 ,C I V ' M feel,5swi,ll'fleead ,him to successhinrfanyii A His gffiafesf Wealffless sCW9111f1USf fell l .19fflsyopfessiponsihehsmay enter, just ashitfhas thisl much ' as we detest weakness in ' ,le-dj.him":t4jf .high esteem' amopge his anyiforrnl is love of night a,ir,'and the-A 5 in Classmiates. t V y fragrari't.pei'fume Which5'accomplaniesll, E ,mff'Rody,' harlsefrorn Shamokin, and rtpqlorrmevery occasion., Even ,the l'.-, cold 3 l gli-i!,L3,r living examplerof the ,fact .thatit andwrainpvpcannot'cool-,hispardorg so, in 2 ' produces Hne students aswell as, Ain- conclusion, we ,pronounce ,this case' E , flU'?1F1fC-ff-i-gg. e 9 9 A Hopeless. W ,' 4 l , , Afefw3?IUfHffpltiflftgfipgew-iililgjbphgi h,11Qtict11:t,Q,hp11fll,.,f1qh,,ur5trp -all tbi,ng5,.fpea5p,"',, ,X .,,. " a is -s's 1 9 Ninm? ' p "f- --a. . 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BALLY .ROHRER Apfi1igi9os.l i La5e.asref,Pa. - lfftgam .t.,Prepa'red ati Lancaster 'High Schoolg Q B.S. in Economics. 5 " Sam " has- few faults, but included 2M0veiI1er1f ""M'Q, 3037.3 Y-.1,fA'S'SiStant Liblfaie' 751:16 Fmong themuisfthn almost 0VefP9W?f' ' i ,.,' oriantg 5p'rep'atred -aff"-slegpring Gggvgfpgihgkjrjingrilove for that delicghtfullyninvig- 'High.Sch0'O1S'A'.B. Course- 5:31 Jill' eoratlng game .called Hearts. We t I . . ,e4AAn i We' l' donftgqmeanl to imply that he IS a good , Let me introduce' to ijfoufia rninistey, plagyeiybut like all great sharks he can rial ' student, -a. boy offlcliiaracfer, :fi In ,,'ifT1lff1'0VCx 0fllY by Pfacfflfle, and he Cer' "sincere frienilfgiia. tlkeffllllfsfudenft nziff 0 lifa1UlY, gets plenty of lt' , tureg' a thinker and lg'a2i,Wide5Q.readerlJ iffod flafllfed qllitet friguenfly The feuowsflike bqizausie thgiy CJZQYOILOC scliiool ricsuine deljmlt 'filidli 3 loyaluflnd Conlflldfiffflteli lirierfdls ,k .ne N .to If he would have to spend ' jill, lll' Airffhniev 'A flloesnyfiiflf . as rrluch time on his lessons as he does '-dislike the gi r,lsIand we 1 ,tryingjfto collect, we should really fear blame hiAi1ilggiLIigjs1notxebiifeifse to" think? forWhi'sf mental safety. At any rate, he H-ingij .-Pe1 he'ls"7riotjtoo pfQiQ1odQg:iQ, !Wol.k hard, , r Acanfdelrive Vspame. consolation frorn the W 'anduhie eiifes QFegf1liiilj5QQatQQtheJ."Y. factif' thatf.-jhef is Jgettlng 1 experience le-RF feietiit HiS3i?ffgbiiSYfDPafhieSfs which will tlbeiofl Ye1lx1.e-.1er2.f.,99 m srnr haw-hmm elll . if Qh l flees-fa t"" " lr " ETQ all movlesetvafewgoesiiF2 So fail? SQ? wlfvoteff ga -the-must bse.sQne..,0ff.h.e. 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X in 'be "QR .-, " ""'N"?qlC'I.:g',1fff?:l','fM,'f In MHWNJW ww ,- hwy ff Kg' ' X my 'lf' 'fl' I ' l """" lv' I , ,lf 'T 1 ,., - '- . wf'fmm,,,.ff"'1-- -.N w 'N lx , x ,ff,!1.:'Za-1 f ' ,,-W-H" t Mvrrmrx., ,,,.., . , . .Y - '..... gi L. ,- - Ve , ' ' Q gl ' " l My "eat, '-1a"'-.ffl f, :.ig.Q.f' J - -faq T'N'i'fT"' l' . . 5 Q Q f-1-+411-fa H S Lu:.11x:2..Lg.:.fax:.:e.w1:...w,Q.-4:.z..--,.,-...-r...e -- .4 V 44 -' x , u s -. . 3 -1,2 '," r " ' 'f if l' l it :F :Jw 1 X Af: Q' " T " i " K' L' 23 fp l ,,. if' ROBERT WINFIELD ROSCHY August I2, 1910 Emlenton, Pa. "Bob," "R0scby". 5 Sigma Pig Student Weekly: Associate News Editor C1, 255 News Editor C353 First Ass't Wrestling Man- ager, John Marshall Law Club C35g Phi Upsilon Kappa, Band member C15 g Goethean Literary So- ciety C15g Sec. of Class C355 Board of Control C155 Managerial Asso- ciationg Student Senate, Intra- Mural Basketball C1, 2, 353 pre- pared at Emlenton High School' A.B. Course ! Look again at that fair haired youth and then do what we all have done- resolve to hear one of Bob's sermons some day. He is even teaching a Sunday School class already and doesnit seem a bit discouraged. But donlt mistake us, there is nothing narrow or restricted in Bob's inter- ests. A glance at that imposing list of activities will tell you that. It is really too bad, too, that they haven't made room for a list of those doing which might be headed " Social Ac- tivitiesj, for if Roseby were to list those along with the names of the principal characters thereiwould be no room for more. 1 CLAY MILLER RYAN March 25, 1910 Lancaster, Pa. A .rrR05y.u V Student Senate C355 Post Prandial Club C35 3 Diagnothian Literary So- cietyg IohnVMarshall Law Club Cz, 35g Junior Prom Committee C355 prepared at Lancaster High Schoolg A.B. Course. it The above specimen of ectoplasm is not Mussolini. The dreamy eyes have been attributed toscontemplation of the infinite and Nirvana. Whatever the source may be, Clay, who casts a shadow like two crossed matchsticks in a gym suit, is one 'of the reasons why the college was established in Lancaster. The intelligent features and high forehead have been a source of worry to the faculty for three years -they have spent these years in re- search trying to find some manifesta- tion of this alleged intelligence. Running true to form, he is going to join the Lancaster bar--whether the bar wants, him or not. He has been known upon occasions to wear a hat and where lives he with smell so dead who can stand the odor of his pipe. With the line he has we're sorry for his opponents in law. cllfarly tn hth ann early tu rise, makes a man healthy, wealthy, anti 111152 ' fNinety Fourzl ' CKENNETH CARL SANDRIDGE April 8, 1906 Youngwood, Pa. I l4"K?e71,JJ A Sigma Pig Hulla-Baloo Cr5g Student ,Weekly Cr, 2, 353 Sophomore Ban- quet Committeeg Sophomore Hop Committee, , Class Treasurer Q25 g .Ass't Football Manager, Cz, 35, In- ter-Fraternity Council, ,Managerial Association, Business Manager, Or- ' iiiammeg prepared at Youngwood High School, 'B.S. in Economics. Well, fellows, here is 1" Ken," the well' known business man of the cam- pus. A glimpse at his activities will show 'the number of campus organiza- tions his business genius has helped to make a success. ."Ken's" business activity is not entirely extra-curricu- lar either, for he has applied himself Very diligently to the various business courses and has proven himself to be no mean student. Despite the fact that " Ken H is a very busy man he has never been known to lag behind in campus social life. On one occasion, however, "Ken,' was rather tardy. On the eve of the Sophomore Banquet " Ken " was kidnapped by a group of fresh- men who intended to entertain him otherwise during this great function, but he outwitted his captors and kept his engagement, although somewhat late. CARMELO CHARLES SAN F ILIPPO January 1, 1910 Brooklyn, N. Y. B.S. Course. - This gentlemanly looking student of the sciences hails from Brooklyn, N.Y. That reminds us of Bloomsburg, Lon- don. We hope, we certainly do hope, that there is no resemblance between the two districts, for how then could we explain by the influence of envi- ronment his suave and dignified bear- ing? Oh! Now do we have it? He got it at F. 85 M.? . . . After mature deliberation we have decided that such an explanation is impossible. If we wish to adhere to our environ- mental theory, We must suppose that Brooklyn is a place where there are formal gardens, extensive prospects, lofty trees, blossoming acaciasg where the elderly gentleman across the way has a long black cane with a silver band, where no one chewsgum. A friend, looking over our shoulder- as we write, wishes to add his opinion of Carmelo as an artist on the piano. VVe shall permit him: We are so sorry. The opinion was in fact unprintable. Undeserved. We had forgotten that our friend hates jazz terribly, and that the better the jazz player the more he hates him. ietihe is e5 Inuh a beggar af want, ann a great heal more Gump. fNinely Fifvcj Z I 4 rv--...., -1-A....,,w., ...,.-,ef-M .f A ,. ...... .muyf 1'7" QA-9" 313-4 .rf we v '-'-0' , ' V A-I 1 rr .2,""A -:UP fi ffl.. , f'?t 1. Mil if A ,A K ,, lylgtjlil 3.4 "H- EW- 5 '. -, '- K.: C' '.. ka mL' -L4 '- O6 ........,...., 1.f.-f.--M-- 'Q -N I-s i A l l l I l l l l l l l i -4M'n-nip -Q-.M-may V 0 -- --M-L-A--if -"+L-'i"'-'"f"'?""'?W:W"f""""'fm7"."-1.:T:TfE' .. . .4 A C . 9 A Y ,VV,, ,V . T A '-,v .jg . 3 fi toCa3Cfixfeifri ??EC 9 l A QA jg 9 1 i Wqqv I E '.-VV all Q9 ll f A Q A,b.b 'V,V A Q if ..-' 1.15 ,A 4 l A . 3 . 4 l 1 l I 4 1 1 l u 5 r el :J I l 'C , , l . l , C 3 - a 1 ., J E , , ., .. .. ,,,. .,,,., . . -.-.v...-- ---.--M--,-N----- - -- .4 l s . ,. . , ,.. C A,, l , as C, .,.A ,c ,. ,, ,- A 2 lk V A V 3 V 1, 5,1 ,,,,, lvgim ,..V P. V .Kirin Q I 3, , I!! WILLIAM W0O.D-.vous C JQSEPHJJAMESVSEC?-TQ? ,i 1 C 3 SELDENEQC51 1 A pizgAfsri15,aiQ'.tf1l9Q5..gf C --Maaffal Page - it Elk' 'wP 'k+Pa.r- 1 P Q ' 'C . fl l October 25, 1908 .3155 3- ar ' 'C Prepared at -Madera Hlgll Schoolg , ffl-ml," "Baf0ln.5'i-f'V'b,?i.f' 'C WSQ'-VBISAVACVCCCIFSVC 'C C' ' V Lambda Chi Alphag 1,Druid Societyg' 'tif-A-ll 'qaaA" ff' , , . Freshman Tennisg Yarsity Tennis' VJIQQ l'fJ,Th1S 15 pa Plcfufe With 3 meamflg' , A C2, 31, Captain Cjlvlg Chairman.,l.,.,'1igZ .5-116583 exp,ression,4but as ea matter of N 'gif S0Ph0gQBC Banquegsr lMiliHaiUSjg5d2'. compliment wef .shall proceed to ' name l itor ri ammeg econ ' ssxspan, ' 1 . 1 l A Basketball Manager Aptfgpj 3 . !Intra Joseph James Selton' Cimdldage for, A Mural Basketball fandM Baseballg I 5'-fthe Bacheloffof SCICUCQ 3 jg Cheer Leader C353 Vice-Presidfent Franklin and.'Marshall College. How l of Class C353 Inter ,praterflityq sgrangelaere the .workings of Fate, or Council CSDQ prepared at" Chelten- hath 15. "ha S th hoto n ' Sf ham High School, Penn Charterg' 'P Q, effffwnce' per p e p g f B.S. in Economics. A C I 1 F ' V' 1f3lPhQI"7 To think that such an opu-G ' ' A 5 l' 'f lent title as this that'vve have strung' . i cc gy - C - ,C E .I Z, ,rn ., Say, fellows, Harry Langdons in., mit, Sh0uld,beJ,g1Ven to Such a modest W a movie down town. Letsg go! 55, d f. , , ,,,, Th lx il! VVith these few Words Weintroduce ayl, liniassklmlllg countenance' e ' C QC the best impersonator of the famous .l C3 CH lgh 'fined' land.. Cql,tLlFed-aagsgmlenlan l ll? comedian. Folks, we must letglyouginef 's f?UteF,?d,rfh6 lraillisgggf F- ,KQIWM--'bCea.IfUSe C on one of' f"Baron's'l"ll"seQr'ets-1' '4YgC-gs, 1 pi, - with L1 him,,3.,1thej?Qgbest 'iivisehpesf dfyhixs i YOU guessed. iC,.l,ihjS ubhoyfs lQVe. The..-Q U f'ri,ends,"ytfina,le hfandgffotheirlidvisey itll' Malf, 2 ,onlfffouble lsf.fhate.fhes1:1lRCkY glrlf C dgefa. P21-,Wliif-Tf'i?Er fhafiais- B,C1fj,.6'lg1!s e- ,fy g1?:?eg0ggQeig:,2 iigtgslyr.gflsfxfaflyihesl , in What a 1IlHl'hC"'ifCIi.'T'H,',tQh7VIlL,ll,yl'lI:f,i,it' only! -aee ll. C9 fouwovu- 1 - y f C ill' . C1-Us.SCn1QiS.-.,,-,O.h,-faI1dlre'sfiy,1'fywghenlgrhis 5 ,lller-eff lffldsffeltl them Q lg bw-sSt9IiS'0xi,t'01419.-,fa.ft-iIiniSQrc0z3rtf'1and C tl starts.toybangpg-'emffwefllrgtsajzjfhelgigbuld, , 4 CY'f117g?f'!lQ2!Q',':may',,.vfe yv1!tfhf.thfe Maffle11'a-sr A fE21.ke'Big BillflIIC,l159flgfliket heCC5wlarsfp,utLl gfggi. if.F2f.Q55ff:ii1j-,'i'YlQho caI1,,lellf?f ':,'Th"'ere"s Yno 'Cf ring' the shot.. lN,0CfV,l'Vf5vh4at a 'servgi-3 Q MsftellrngfefQp.pohibii't,ion.,f. agents Lfwillll, tell iff, 50 gl he' 30941 ?3 fl1C'S Ogtsfgnnis , Vt gy0U,Q??3lV,fl1Q'K5id vXhyjs,hol1ldth'ey,tell? hob, I ill apfefflf rrll 3 stltr , 3e " C , ' ' Hu., ..,r, ,, tl,-+1 V l- , , ,Q 11 , , Vg J ' g x "fl j V, 'xmft :LAX iw if i , 1 ' Qi' ,i fl: 4 H, nf' ' XX ,': N af , l'f'i+3l,?elUq?n fPf1?9Fvl4'i,5? 5' 4?11QvED.w li N2 is N l seee ..,,, ,..,. -Kf- - A EP 1 'l'l I QQ, C' it Vw - l ' , . C, ,,., l - -"t ' .'.e C ...C it A i"i:'f"l ' - N.. -as f' B, . -at .4 Nb., an DANIEL VVILLARD SENSENIG September 6, IQOQ qt t Ephrata, Pa. ' vy ff Sbnj-,U reD'an .uv K V Goethean Literary ,Societyg A Porter Sci- " 'entifictSocietytg prepared at Ephrata ' High, P ,Schoolg ':Pre-Medical 'Course. 'If hereafter,,readers, your skulls crack or your heartswstop' beating, don't give up hope. We have here an embryo, medico- before whom the fameof the hiayo brothers will be as nothing. Besidesf checkers, 1' Sen's " chief passionriscutting upfrogs and turtles to iseeahow they work. The charms of , Lancaster have as yet proven inferiorto those of Ephrata, and,Sen's new, Ford is still seen grac- 'ing College Avenue-daily. just why this is no one can tell, although there is a rumor that quite a few of Ephra- ta's prettiest wave when he leaves in the morning. Well, anyway, 'lSen," here's luck and may you sometime save our self-respect by -examining someone's brains and proving to Doc- tor Dotterer that we aren't all uncon- scious feven though we probably all arel. GRANT JACOB SHAFFNER September 28, IQO8' G Lancaster, PaQ e "Grant" it L Prepared at Lancaster High'School,g 'B.SQ Course. t ' 1 I e A Grant is one of.the"mo,retfriendly chaps-around schoolg 'It isn't hard to get him to do afavor--or to be one, by giving you his pleasant company. just because most boys of this emi- nently respectable description, are too cheerful and easy-going to do any- thing successfullyibut' Hunking out of college it's surprising to be reminded that Grant is a good sound science student with more thana little ability. One of our poets, Mr. Crist, whose works we all enjoyed by courtesy- of The Student eWeeleIy, has kindly of- fered us a' poemtwritten in honor of Grant. 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Prepared at Pottsville,I-Iigh .Schoolg ' DONALD .AHUCKNALL QSPEN CERP October ro, rgoj P MiHartsdalei rr Donlnf rr Spence JJ Lambda Chi ,Alphag Phi Upsilon B.S. in Economics ' , lffixliii KHPPU PICP51'Cd at White Plains . pi .- High Schoolg transfer from Dick- In Case you Sh0u1d-haPpffH t0'lT1CCt'.l'.if75.f hA'- insong A.B.t Course. a worthy looking individual with an innocent face look him 'over for it' 3 ! . . can be no other than " Bob," promising young recruit at Franklinjand Mar- shall from Pottsville, High School. Speaking of Pottsville, "Boba never misses a chance to boost his hometown at the expense of Pottstown or Cham- bersburg. Why he should haveisuch "i' an aversion for these two places we have never been able to discover? .- " Bob " happens to have a Jtiny nephew who is rapidly bein'giliill,ed-fill ' with a spirit for F. SL M. and who knows but that sometime "Bobb "W 'i'He came, heisaw, he conquered." f'fDon-W" came to us from one of our rival collegesiwhere he left behind, as we have learned, an enviable reputa- tion, theflike of which he has certainly gained on our campus. Here his new acquaintances soon became his friends. The truth 'of this statement is not re- stricted 4to the campus, for, it seems, he saw 'Hrnuch " in the community which-he has ru' conquered "-thanks to that favorite i" astronomical course? . I Q Washington Borough vvasgfoii-'tungate to may follow' in l'l1S-AUlIlClQ,Si. footsteps secure his services as af student pastor arid sigbgecome ' -31 'fLIUllIe'f llllninafy ate is 'during his study'flrere." Sinceirity and 'FpFfi9kl1.DAq3lQfl M21'Sh3ll- . effectivenessif characterize his 'leveryy if"Af..X31f.bU51UCSSe Sfllpfient .,p. ' ff'BQb,f?fji's.. i W act: That' whichirhe doesffis' done' D1ak1Dgf'2LfQ.3mC"-fOr h1!I'IS9lff We can vvellg It Qisj,not difficult tounderstand, onlyelhopevgthat ,ri,. - fthe, willfl CQ'f1QlH'l1C, to r -whyfg one iwho is tall, handsonmet . and .emP'lbYitl-le-IS4lll.Sf,?fi?iayl' 'YThC11'J'hCif leaves l f "'i 1 wpossiessed f offgfa, -radiant personiality lpollCge1Las hC,,'h?1.S'ZSl1Qyffnsph9re. Q .plp, y y ,ffl 7- , U,syhot1l4dQb'e,1.f,in the socialilimelight. 'k up , Ayjfvf,y7:Fif ii, ,V ,V ,-.vy f 'mi Y-.xg .1 A- it V' ry i .2 b iDIIfL59!1f2,.Ip5. tb?1.13!9.fU5l?!'Uf-I-lgpnuaIqckgzann GEUU grhestallr things tn iunugtry Tir? Y' ,Vx K' ,-Ji? ll sax 1 5 'pl 1 '4,' I, X!.! I ' N 1- ,Lp :E t ff ,frm Jviu 'J ' ' ll 'Q ' XXX' ., Q -.,, ,4 .-,'., . 1 . ----nefrxx fi ' "-M r- ' .' - My Y . .,, fx -,xl . ,- 2 it ' X X lllll , I l 4 K fb Q l l l l l F.. I -1 '-mam ts? S 5. 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E? f f E i 2 l I 5 l f 1 JARRETT ANDERSON STATON- , SAMUEL BRENNER STEIN 1 Augustyqg IQOQA Hagerstown, Md. january zo, 1908 A York, Pa. , Alrryjewry ,ui A Vi rr Sam in Phi Kappa Sigma: Frosh Footballg R Phi Kappa Psig Varsity Cross-Country Varsity FootballgyFrosh Basketballygsg ,w,A Cr, 235 Varsity Track Cr, 2, gjg S Varsity Basketballg .prepared at. . , Varsity Club CI, 2, 35 3 Student Sen- 'Hagerstown High ,Schoolg B.S. in ate fgjg Goethean Literary Society Economics. , 1 2 V f CI, 2, 375 Green Room Club fr, 25, H D A A Assistant Business Manager QQDQ 2 Jerry was a Star halfback .09 ' 'John Marshall Law Club qglg Ad- , the ,f00fbHll team last Yea? 3115 blds vertising' Director Williamson Grid- l fair to garner many more-laurels be-A iron fgjg prepared at Mercersburg a fore the close of hiscollegiatei career, Academyg B.S. Course. 5 During 'the latter Pm- of fhf basket' Coach ff Uncle Charlie " Maysaf has r ball Season Coach Boyer hagilcijierry-H ,caused many of his track men to lose Start the games as Onelof the glfafds- Weight, but to Sam B.. Stein goes tha I HIS f21V0f1tC 519011, h0.W.CVCfa4!Sl f0Qt'- 1 singular honor of being one of few ball when his 1635, Wofkfngillkeyclockf rnen who have caused " Uncle Char- ' Work, Carry him to many a much lie l' to drop pounds. When track Q needed gain. He and ffhis ,partner practice starts the coach asks someone l Dorsey a13e'tWoi'oif'jthke best halfbacks to rouse Stein, but when the race is i F, c'an"fbpasg,fo,ffinQ,the past few on th'eyqhayef'lto'ask f' Sam " to stop for 3 yedrsri ,H ',4',,, 5 If Q ,fear he will" break' too, many records. 5 "As '21 student -it 'iivfbulydjprobably "be 4 A " Sam 'fa A is 'a '-comb'inati6n"of' Ymamg A 'betteril' top talk' aljdut' lffoptbtall, for fgreat men in one, Notcbeingvsatishedl' l 5" Jerryfg wigs om eltfim e sfp 'experiences with-, his track laurels, he rseeks, Q, l Strange?difieiiltieisllfin havingllhis vyork gains rfurtvherxhonors'asfpaflxiteraiiyf gig?-1-atv Apia 'f 13lMi Qp1-epp:ired.f- HHe 'thinks thats too much Il1US,f a'ctor,f embryqp llawyferg-rdnpololmatfl f-tl, studying is 'liable to''i-nterlfelieyvlithiq his I businessman, 'and goodyffelloysj:fQHaill!p E sta'mrina'gwhich'sli'eineeds fortfootbagllgl All Hail! 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However, they are' sadly mistaken, forflongtbefore 'K Charlie " laid eyes' on itheivlad Pro- fessor Long,wentinto"long harrowing training periods 'withj George over the conquestof the tangent- and the cotangent. The decisions fgih these bouts were about draws andffalthough they were minus theirtappeeal to the masses George had a tougher time with them. G ' gggg George's appeal to the animal with which men are constantly aHiicted-- woman-has been far from negligible. Between blondes and brunettes there is a worthy toss and the choice seems to rest upon George's mood for the minute. That choice can probably be found somewhere in his home terri- tory, i TED: nnhleat queatinn in the In f0ne Hu . tB.S. Course. Coming from the Garden Spot of the VWorld, it is customary to expect great things of the products of that fair city. Stetler is following the sci- ence course at F. Sc M. and would like to take post-graduate work if possible. Here's hoping he gets the opportunity. The subject under discussion has re- frained from indulging in extra-cur- ricular work and instead spends his time in the laboratory during the day and on a sofa at night. The combina- tion of the two as most college stu- dents will admit brings about excel- lent results. We suppose it is the diverse nature of the two pastimes which adds to the healthy glow of his countenance. At least, it is safe to blame his complexion on that for we are at a loss to ascribe it to any other known cause. So long! ntln is, what gnuh may It hu in it. ndred Fourj STEPHEN SZIJJARTO, JR. January 31, 1910 Elkhorn, W. Va. "' Stefve " Alpha Pig Szechenyi Society CI, 2, gl 5 Bethlen Circle Cr, ez, gjg prepared at Elkhorn District High Schoolg B.S. in Sociology A score of years ago Elkhorn hon- ored itself by giving to the World a boy who is destined to reach his goal. " Steve " comes to us from the West Virginia Hills and after spending these years in Lancaster he is slowly becom- ing accustomed to civilization. In Steve we find 'portrayed the finest of Southern chivalry, hospitality and the cream of all good nature. From the first impression you think him quiet and sedateg further contact not only gives you a suspicion but confirmed evidence that in " Steve " we have a most roguish " Mark Twain," an origi- nal " gloom chaserf' When you are feeling blue just ask Steve for the story about a short electrician who can use a gun as well as wire a speak- easy. ALFRED MILLER TOMPKINS August 1, IQOS Philadelphia, Pa. H HAZ!! ' Prepared in the Philadelphia High Schools, Special Course. Among other things, Tompkins is the genius of Prof. Charles' physics classes. We hear that he is being given a great amount of individual attention and that Prof. Charles in- variably emerges from the discussions in a breathless condition. We sup- pose, naturally, that it is extreme wonder which produces this effect. In athletics " Al " specializes at ten- nis and makes it a point to always enter the Fall Tournament. It may be that he will make a try for the team this spring. Coming from Philadelphia, it is only natural to expect that he has some peculiarities. Perhaps the most outstanding of these is a diabolical desire to have his pictures taken with his hat on. Fortunately we were able to dissuade him, and so, dear readers, you have the opportunity of viewing him as he is. want nt care nuns as more namage than tuant nt imntulzngz. fOne Hundred Fifvefl 0 C J 'z X' s , Vw. wan' ff 'a ,Q W 1 F A. r U . 1 3 u 1 r -7. . , , V .na-1 was ,sawn 'L . . I , V . W- . wr 71. Wd- 1+ 4 Q 4 EB A',,'hxaM4.,,effxf,YM.r'eQT:A if ra, :.m,.s ' 'Z ' . I dwX',f"-4.,4.,,v-f'0:,,,,,v-f"3i:h?1an1:" "'fv.r" M V F . 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Here he 1S, thepsage 'of Duncannoni',,-ff,,lf ,This long drawn out drink of water y y , He 1S one member of the class' thzitf ' ' 'IS a glocal .product like the pretzel. ' knows enough to do his-studying be- Without him-the Smithgall philosophi- 9 fore exam time and a 'Slad who can l le calf society would go into bankruptcy 3 laugh at examsi What" Bill 'ff doesn't' V'-and half the buildings on Queen Street , f know about his .courses ISN onlyifwhatg ' would tumble without his broad back , t he hasnlt been ftold abopt yet:1TgHe has to hold them up. " Henner " Casts a ' magnificent curly hairijlladles, and he' fshailow like a pump handle in a gym . has a Brain with a capl1talGB,f4aixd as 5su1tQ but his long legs cover more space. l far . as we know, he ish-ipasqyet gunalt- on la gbasketball floor than a whole i tached. Themlitne formslyoiif the grightg N Qteam, put together. However, in most W 5 However, in spite of liisfli,1i'ntell,igencle, -jof luis Vlr classes, "Henner" has learned Q, Q -'f Bill 'fy is taboutifas ,talkatiqve asia clam , howgtto fold up like an accordion al- Q- andJmeKelyiwgmilegfggigilsjsays 'I10l5i1lI'l'g 1'th0llghkiACVCl'll1!lll1S. Hown profs admit hfs if Q 'whilellthe feistxof us xtlalk-fabouytateveryf I recltationslghave pa little' more in them K . 4- J 1.5-. af.:--:-. 'L ,a " I . A - -' 1- X, f . , ff' f . ,. , thing and sfays.I!QIhi1RSSQgtQp,nd'h1m. rlfp, . 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WHITE, JR. May 22, 1909 A ' Orwigsburg, Pa. September 9, 1910 Monessen, Pa. " Werneir"' ' i e Asst. Librarian, Goethean Literary Society Cr, 25, Wrestling TSquadg prepared at' Orwigsburfg High School, B.S. Course. ' ' A Out from the greats metropolis . of Orwigsburg came this gift of the gods to Franklin and Marshall. You may suppose that Orwisburg is a species of beetle as we did, but not so. H Al " has come from it at any rate and still survives his arrival. As agestudent, "Al" works wonders forhe is tak- ing a B.S. and delighted in the pur- suit and tracking to its native haunts the wild ablative absolute which pas- time Professor Mohler gave him am- ple opportunity to pursue. Wrestling, however, is his big moment and he has made his opponents chew much more mat than he has himself. He could and can be found at almost any time dreaming behind the library desk about his Helen of Orwigsburg--or whatever her name may be. His se- crecy in this respect is most provoking. K ff JJ Kappa Sigmag Frosh Football, Var- sity Football Cgjg Track Cr, 2, 33: Wrestling C313 Vice-President of Freshman Class and Sophomore C l as sg' Inter-Fraternity Councilg Druids, prepared at Monessen High School g, A.B. Course. For the benefit of anyone Who should fail to know james B. White, jr., let us say that he is " un bon hombref' 'On the football field, at track, or playing bridge, "Jim" soon makes his personality feltg the num- ber of his friends attests the fact. Back at Monessen someone awaits the return of the finished product with great expectancy lin her heart. Lucky E! - "jim'l is preparing for the legal profession and with Prof. Kunkel showing quite clearly the difliculties of the chosen field, we expect a suc- cessful future. More power to Prof.. Kunkel! 1192 that can babe patience can babe what be mill. lf0nc' Hundred Efglitj ..-.-11:-fzf .:.-f.::a-A11-: 111.'.Jfe::r 1'f':.7.'53-g f , 1- -.,, f. ---. . NIELVIN E. WIEBUSH July 31, 1909 Lancaster, Pa. u " Wicbej' " Jllel " Football fr, zlg Frosh Basketballg Student Senate Czlg prepared at Lancaster High School, B.S. Course. This blond giant intended to be- come a doctor until he learned that he would have to go to school for three years longer. Somehow or other that dispelled all the joyful ideas of butchery and what not. " After all, you've got to enjoy life some time," says hlelvin. Now he has a mighty idea that he would like to become a chemist, and in pursuance of this ambition he is daily spilling chemicals over the new Hoors of the new laboratory. His p't idea is the creationlof a new fluid which will show all of the colors of the rainbow without an accompanying explosion. Genius will have its little jokes. The only things the profs really dislike is his innocent habit of throwing test tubes around the halls. GORDON JONES WIEST August 9, 1909 York, Pa. ff LV' Sigma Delta Rho, Porter Scientific Societ fr 2 ' The Colle e Band Y . , ,3l, g 41,23 5 prepared at Wm. Penn High School, York, B.S. Course. Stop, look and listen, and when you look, look down. No, Gordon isn't trying to deceive you about his size. When you see him scamping about the campus darting under the out- stretched arms of bewildered upper classmen don't for one instant get the impression that Gordon is hurrying about on his hands and knees. He is really walking. In this diminutive young man there resides a great store of energy and ambition. Gordon has picked the spe- cific field of physiological chemistry for his future gridiron in life. If he attacks chemistry outside of college as vigorously as he pursues his courses on this campus, we are due to hear of some new discoveries inside the next few years. 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OAKES A Treasurer . .... T. C. HOUSER R. F. OAKES President 0 0 6 0 6 0 O O 0 0 0 O 0 0 O 9 O 0 O O 0 : STATISTICS 0 Freshman Year z Poverty Day, October zo, 1928 , VVon the Football Game, 12-o z Sophomore Year b, Q Lost the Basketball Game, 36-37 3 Q VVon the Tug of War, I-o Q Banquet at the Hotel Brunswick, March 26, 1930 'Q X Won the Football Game, I4-o 9 0 0 9 9 0 Q If One Hundred Elefvenfl 0 5 9 4 +909900000600-Goo-0-09009009090O0 ll 4 4 9 to 6 4 o 9 0 0 4 9 9 9 0 9 0 Q o Q X . o o o O to o T o to S0 o 0 o O Q o 0 4 9 9 Q Q 4 le Class of 1932 wIII'I'IvmN, nII,I.woRTH, ILU'I'I I, MURANYI, AMBROSE GAYLEY, IIIGHIIERGER, 1IoWIsIzs, sI5RcI3AN'r, sAYI.oIz BISHOP, HEIISHEY, LUNDINE, RANGE, SCHOLLENBERG, YODER IIALIJWIN, HEIQSHEY, sI-ONSLEII, HELWIG, YOCH, SCHANTZ, I,U'I'z YINGLING, HERR, STEIN, HEIIWIG, MOYER, YEAGER IIAASE, HIaI,I,I2R, HOUSER, HOLLINGEII, PIERCE, MQWEIQY FEIGHTNER , I BRENNER, HAGER, TAYLOR, FENNO, KERESTES, LEISTER, PAVLATOS, LINHEART ZEHRFR RANCK A I 1 I SMITH, SCHNIDT, FORREY, CURLETT, DOLAN, JOHNSON, NOLL, WINEGARTNER, ENGLISH, OAKES, DEIBLER, GALLAGHER, ALLEN -----, l93l0RlFl.AMME A O ,, ,, 9 0 O 0 O 0 0 0 0 O 9 0 0 O 0 O 0 O O O 0 O O O O 9 0 O O 9 9 0 0 0 0 9 6 0 O 9 P 5 O O O 0 0 6 Members of the Sophomore Class, J Acker, Lewis Daniel, S. Allentofwn, Pa. Albright, Raymond Christian, Ec Tyrone, Pa. Allan, Noble Elmer, Ec. Byfwood, Pa. Ambler, John Hamilton, Sp. Harrisburg, Pa. Ambrose, John, Ec. Bridgeport, Conn. Apfelbaum, Herbert, Ec. Nefwark, N. J. Bachman, John Richard, Ec. Lancaster, Pa. Baldwin, Russell Knight, Ec. Harrisburg, Pa. Baldwin, Walter Wilson, Ec. Ridgefield Park, N. J. Bare, Richard Brenneman, A. Lancaster, Pa. Barr, Lewis Ernest, Ec. Lancaster, Pa., R. 8 Baver, Charles Lewis, S. Orfwigsburg, Pa. Beans, Harry Garber, Ec. Germantofwn, Pa. Benchoff, Robert Johnston, A. Woodstock, Va. Benedict, Earl Heintzelman, Ec. Waynesboro, Pa. Bishop, Charles Henry, Jr., Ec. Lemoyne, Pa. Boettcher, Theodore Gustave, S. Lancaster, Pa., R. 3 Bowers, Cletus William, Ec. , Waynesboro, Pa. Boyd, Joseph Alford, Ec. Trenton, N. J. V Brenner, Norman Warren, Ec. Lebanon, Pa. Briane, VVilliam, Ec. Philadelphia, Pa. Britton, William Henry, Ec. Highland Park, Pa. Brown Harry Robert, S. Lancaster, Pa. 9009000000 1932 Brumbaugh, LeRoy Calvin, A. Altoona, Pa. Bucks, Paul Adam, S. Reading, Pa. Burman, Birger Fritiof, H Ridley Park, Pa. Byrne, John Hill, A. Lancaster, Pa. Cary, Norman Westwood, Ec. New York, N. Y. Christ, Francis William, Ec. Miami, Fla. Clark, Ernest Judson, Jr., Ec. Baltimore, Md. 5 Clime, Gilbert Newphe-r, S. Lancaster, Pa. Comly, Kenneth McDowell, A. Lancaster, Pa. Conlan, David Nelson, Ec.' Brooklyn, N. Y. Cooper, Frederick Neal, S. Jenkintofwn, Pa. Cope, John Caleb, S. Philadelphia, Pa. Corbett, Kenneth Blair, S. Nejfswille, Pa. ,S. Cramer, William Stuart, Jr., S. Lancaster, Pa. Cundey, Paul Edward, Ec. Philadelphia, Pa. Curlett, John Howard, Ec. Westyield, N. J. DeChant, Burton Franklin, S. , Harrisburg, Pa. Deibler, Chester Ray, Ec. Valley Viefw, Pa. Denney, Eugene Waters, S. Elkins Park, Pa. Deradorian, Neshon Edward, S. Nefw Britain, Conn. Devlin, Thomas Edward, A. Lancaster, Pa. Dolan, Byron Drew, S. Pittsburgh, Pa. Dorsey, Arthur Victor, Ec. Hagerstofwn, Md. I One Hundred ThirteenJ O 0 0 0 9 0 , O x , , 5 A i r, A , o . 0 0 , . , 0 0 0 g A t . 9. . I . 0 O 0 fl. QQOQQOQQQQQQQOQQQQQ Q N l 4 O9 ll ' ' 4 Q o Q l93l URIFLAMMH O Q - D T Members of the Sophomore Class Eden, Alfred George, Ir., EC- Harrisburg, Pa. ' Edwards, Thomas Lewis, S. Kingston, Pa. English, Daniel Morrison, S. Easton, Pa. English, Robert Locklin, Ec. Easton, Pa. Epsaro, Austin Francis, S. East Stroudsburg, Pa. Evans, George Grant, S. Muir, Pa. Evans, Isaac Newton, S. Nejfsfville, Pa. Fairchild, Henry Samuel, Ec. Nanticoke, Pa. Farmer, James VVilbur, A. Lancaster, Pa. Farmer, John Lawrence, A. Lancaster, Pa. Feightner, Frank William, S. Greensburg, Pa. Fennell, Joseph Francis, jr., Brooklyn, N. Y. Fine, Jacob Mayer, Ec. Philadelphia, Pa. A Flash, Malcolm Marcus, A. Nefw York, N. Y. Forry, Alvin John, A. Hanofver, Pa., R. 5 Frantz, Nevin Richard, Ec. Lancaster, Pa. Freiday, Horl Jay, S. East Orange, N. J. Fridy, Charles Brady, Jr., A. Columbia, Pa. Gaines, John Strother, III, S. Nefw York, N. Y. Gantt, Dana Otto, A. Nelwjrort, Pa. . Garvey, John Broadbent, S. Lancaster, Pa. Gayley, Harry Kerns, A. Strasburg, Pa. Gingrich, jay Ober, A. Harrisburg, Pa. Giovonni, Louis Di, A. Norristofwn, Pa. Grosh, Clarence Baker, S. Lititz, Pa. Haase, Albert Joseph, Ec, Nefw York, N. Y. Hager, Royden Snyder, EC. Quakertofwn, Pa. Hammon, Allen Hiram, S. Lancaster, Pa. ooo999s,g fffontinuedl Hammond, Charles Pries, S. Lancaster, Pa. Hammond, Frank Robertson, Ec Lancaster, Pa. Hartman, Henry Raymond, S Temple, Pa. Heller, Bernard, Ec. Nefwark, N. J. Helsel, Laurence Minter, S. Holsopple, Pa. Helwig, Daniel Edwin, Jr., S La-velle, Pa. Helwig, Frederick George, S. Alllentofwn, Pa. Heminway, Norman Louis, S. Summit, N. J. Herbein, John Schaeffer, S. Fleetfwood, Pa. Herr, Abram B. H., A. Lancaster, Pa. Herring, Fred Lewis, S. Pine Grofue, Pa. S. Hershey, Henry Raymond, A Lancaster, Pa. Hershey, Isaac Lutz, Ec. Manheim, Pa. Hiestand, Richard Meckley, Ec Lancaster, Pa. Highberger, Edgar Schubert, A Greensburg, Pa. Hollinger, Paul Manning, S. Jlflanbeim, Pa. Horst, Glenn Herbert, Ec. Lancaster, Pa. Houser, Thomas Cromer Shirk Ec Lancaster, Pa. Hoy, Melvin Decker, S. Lock Ha-ven, Pa. Hulick, Peter Vaughn, S. Nanticoke, Pa. Husted, Gerald Wilson, S. Merchantfville, N. J. Hyland, William Carlton, Ec Moore, Pa. Irwin, Willard James, S. Reading, Pa., R. I Johnston, Donald Rendell, S. East Orange, N. J. Iohnston, Thomas Joseph, S. Drexel Hill, Pa. Jones, Philip Harris, S. Lancaster, Pa., R. 3 Illngfer, Richard Wm. Herman Jr A Columbia, Pa. Keene, Leslie Samuel, S. Quarryfville, Pa., R. 4 I 0716 Hundred Fourteenj ""0soso+oooosoO"' ""'4R' l93l0RlFlAP1PSE OQOQQQQ Members ofthe Sophomore Class Keim, Robert Orvis, S. Enhaut, Pa. Kendig, Perry Fridy, A. Mountwille, Pa. Kerestes, John, Ir., S. Lansford, Pa. Kerschner, LaMar William, S. Schuylkill Ha-ven, Pa. Kresge, Karl Everett, Ec. Lancaster, Pa. Laucks, Fenton Israel, A. Reading, Pa. Lawrance, Douglas Alexander, S Nefw York, N. Y. Leas, Elvin Henry, S. York, Pa. Leister, Robert Peifer, Ec. Sunbury, Pa. Leman, Howard Hershey, Ec. Lancaster, Pa. Leman, Robert DuBois, S. g Lancaster, Pa. Linhart, James Rush, A. Jeannette, Pa. Lobody, Plato George, S. Jeannette, Pa. Lorah, Graybill Graybill, Ec. Lititz, Pa. Lundin, Lawrence Eric Otto, Ec. Flushing, N. Y. Lutz, Edgar Harvy, S. Denfver, Pa. McCleary, Herbert Kinneard, Ec. Harrisburg, Pa. McFarlane, John Richardson, Ec. Altoona, Pa. McKinstry, Donald Welcomer, S Middletofwn, Pa. MacDade, Dutton Troth, Ec. Chester, Pa. Mace, George Albert, Jr., Ec. Pen Argyl, Pa. Mattern, Robert Kenneth, Ec. Reading, Pa. Mattern, William Bard, S. Fleetfwood, Pa. Mazloff, Benjamin, Ec. Philadelphia, Pa. Messimer, Marshall Hilton, A. Sunbury, Pa. lNIiller, Augustus Joseph, III, Ee. Jenkintofwn, Pa. Miller, John Armstrong, S. , Harrisburg, Pa. Montgomery, Henry Kuykendall, S. Lancaster, Pa. Continuedj Moore, Joseph johnson, Jr., Hollidaysburg, Pa. Mowry, Fred. E., S. Geistofwn, Pa. ' Moyer, James VVilson, A. Nefwport, Pa. Moyer, Samuel Albert, A. Womelsdorf, Pa. Mullan, Thomas Lynch, Ec. Uniontofwn, Pa. Muranyi, Stephen, A. Buffalo, N. Y. Newman, David H., A. Smithsburg, Md. Noll, Elmer Samuel, Ir., S. Schuylkill Hafven, Pa. Oakes, Russell Floyd, S. Scranton, Pa. Obold, Karl Henry, S. Reading, Pa. Owens, Ernest John, Ec. Lancaster, Pa. Parsons, Robert Alfred, 'Ec. Pen Alrgyl, Pa. Patterson, George James, S. Williamsburg, Pa. S. Pausser, Arnaud Edmond, Jr., A Rydal, Pa. Pavlatos, August Constantine, S Lancaster, Pa. Pease, Herbert Leroy, Ec. Sfwanton, Vt. Petow, Theodore Caswell, S. York, Pa. Picfkrell, Kenneth Leroy, S. Shillington, Pa. Pierce, Charles Brinker, A. Pittsburgh, Pa. Pitman, Frank Tussey, jr., Ec. Philadelphia, Pa. Pugh, VVilliam Thomas, Jr., Willofw Street, Pa. Raezer, Ottomer Eckert, S. Lancaster, Pa. Rambach, Leonard, S. Kittanning, Pa. Ranck, Robert Eby, Ec. Leaman Place, Pa. Range, William Albert, A. Elliottsburg, Pa., R.D. Ratkowsky, Irving Jack, S.. Brooklyn, N. Y. ii Rengier, john Bair, A. Lancaster, Pa. Ec Reynolds, Melvin Ferguson, S. Quarryfville, Pa. I One Hundred Fifteenzl .' ,,QQQoooQQO0oO0o9ooQ . 0000900060 931 URIFLAMME Members of the Sophomore Class I I Q O 0 0 0 Rickert, Charles Burton, S. Sellersfvzlle, Pa. Q Rose, Henry Smith, S. 0 Refton, Pa. Rothermel, Ernest Miller, S. Q Shillington, Pa. Q Rudbilrg, Hsrryl Clharles, Ec. S enan oa , a. Q Ruth, John Edwin, S. Shillington, Pa. Q Ryan, Donald Frederick, Ec. Q Brooklyn, N. Y. Q Saltzman, William Yale, S. Philadelphia, Pa. Q Sandhaus, Julius Louis, S. Q Lancaster, Pa. O Saracino, Frank john, S. Nefwark, N. J. - Sardi, Philip Alfred, S. . Bogota, N. J. Q Saylor, Philip Eldred, S. llleyersdale, Pa. : Saylcgr, lzalgh Emory, S. or , a. Q Schaeffer, Royce Edgar, S. Tamaqua, Pa. 2 Q Schante, Paul Shelly, S. Q Elzzabethtofwn, Pa. Schmidt, Michael Robert, S. Q Buffalo, N. Y. 0 Schollenberg, Paul Harold Dries, S. Fleetfwood, Pa. Q Schuberth, Eugene Edwin, A. Q Lancaster, Pa. - Shenk, john Kulp, Ec. Q Lancaster, Pa. 0 Sherger, John Chalmers, S. Harrisburg, Pa. Q Simmons, Thomas Francis, -lr., Ec. , Drexel Hill, Pa. Skillman, Frederick Wilscombe, A. Q Chester, Pa. . Slape, john Champion, Ir., A. Atlantic City, N. J. Q Smith, Clark swam, A. O Glen Rock, Pa., R. 3 Smith, Sterling Westervelt, Ec. Q Hempstead, L. I., N. Y, Q Smoker, Harry Wisler, Sp, Columbia, Pa. Q Snyder, David Henry, S. . Palmerton, Pa. 0 6 9 0 ll +ooooooo9Q4 CContinuedJ Snyder, Herman Clayton, A. Tremont, Pa. Spangler, William Luther, S. Harrisburg, Pa. Sponsler, Charles jacob, Ec. Manheim, Pa. Stager, Henry Peoples, S. New Profvidence, Pa. Starr, Ambrose Melvin, S. Valley Viefw, Pa. Stirling, James Crawford, Jr., Lancaster, Pa. Strikowsky, George, S. Brooklyn, N. Y. Suter, Stanley Charles, S. Lancaster, Pa. Taylor, Charles Sidney, Ec. Youngstofwn, N. Y. Taylor, Everett jackson, A. Coatessville, Pa. Toth, Alexander Bela, Jr., A. Lancaster, Pa. Trexler, Scott Andrew, S. Allentofwn, Pa. Vivas, Edgar Ralph, Ee. Caracas, Venezuela VValsh, John Gorman, S. Paradise, Pa. 0006 Ec. Whitenight, Frank M., jr., Ec. Kingston, Pa. Whitman, John Squieres, Ec. Bedford Village, N. Y. Winegardner, Russell Lambert, Ec. Sunbury, Pa. Yahraus, William Pentz, S. Lancaster, Pa. Yeager, Henri Sherman, S. Philadelphia, Pa. Yingling, Raymond Ellsworth, Ec. Waynesboro, Pa. Yoch, john Ernest, Jr., Sp. Hazleton, Pa. Yoder, Paul Henry, S. Codorus, Pa. Young, Henry James, A. York, Pa. Zehrer, Frederick August, Ec. Nefw Britain, Conn. Zeitlin,.Harry Louis, S. Phzladelphia, Pa. I One Hundred Sixteen :I ll """0Qo-094000900 V 4 2 Q + Q + Q Q Q 0 1931 omruxnmz Q 2 4, I 4 9 'K 1 9 B 4 4 Q A ' 4 Q Q 4x4 Q . 4x4 0 Freshmen ll 3 Q P 4 , 'X' Q Q CFFICERS lx' Q President ................. S. M. NAGY I Q Vice-President .... ..... P . R, STOER tx T Q Secretary ...... ...., H , G, PIERCE C l Q Treasurer . . . .C. T. FOSTER Q ' o 4 P . S. M. NAGY lx, Q President X Q O 4 4 O lx? B 0 4 0 5 X 9 4 P ' 9 Q - ' 0 Q STATISTICS 4 Q z Lost the Tug of War, o-I : 4 Q Won the Basketball Game, 37-36 Q Q Banquet in the Hotel Brunswick P . Q Lost the Football Game, O-I4 Q O 3 4 4 A Q Q 4 ' 1 , Q . O l 0 9 - o Q I:0ne Hundred Sefventeerzj f o ' Q 9 'A .. QQQQQQQQQCQCCCOQQ . 9000000000009 Class of 1933 CHARLES, TREXLER, 1-IOUPT, IIAIR, LAPI, SCHNEIDER, BAER, MEDVENE, KORNS, TREDWAY, DAVIS, MOORE PYLE, BELL, PENNYPACKER, LASKOWSKI, MANTZ, KEEFER, CHARLEROY, PI'I"1'MAN, KOEHLER, GAUI., EVANS, RUPP, DIETRICH, PASSELL, BERNHARDT, GAUL, HAINE, PORZIO, FRANKHOUSER, DECKFORD KUNKEL, OSBORN, BROOKS, LUCKETT, LEWIS, LOOS, ROTIIERMEL, BIEIIL, HERNER, OVERLEY, DOWNS, BOTTOMS, HESS, HALLER, S'I'A'rHOPULoS MEDVENE, BOWERS, BERES, KAVANAUGH, STREETER, COLBURN, MONN, SLOSS, PRINKEY, RICHARDS, DREISIZN, DIFFENDERFER, CASSELL, CUNNINGHAM, JONES SPEAR, LEHMAN, FAGAN, PORTSER, PIKE, NAGY, MCNAB, S'I'OER, NAGY, PIERCE, FOSTER, HANDLEMAN, MILLER, YANNUNZIO, HILLARD, HERSHEY, ERUEAKER +"+"O l93l0RlFl.AMME Q------ Members of the Freshman Class Abbott, Jesse James, S. Holtfwood, Pa. Acri, Albert Armand, S. Jllarietta, Pa. Allen, Newton Carothers, S. Lefwistofwn, Pa. Alter, James Thompson, H, S. Nefw Bloomjield, Pa. Anderson, Dean Arthur, S. Youngsfville, Pa. Apgar, George David, S. Lehanon, Pa. Appel, Thomas Gilmore, A. Lancaster, Pa. Apple, Joseph Henry, jr., A. Frederick, JVI d. Baer, Harold Clyde, A. Somerset, Pa. Bair, Allen James, A. Egypt, Pa. Bare, Howard Charles, A. Lancaster, Pa. Bare, Ross Kendig, S. Lancaster, Pa. Barhight, Charles Russell, S. Dunmore, Pa. Barley, Ralph Monroe, A. Lancaster, Pa. Bauer, Clifford Harry, S. Wilmington, Del. Beckford, Murray Andrews, Ec. Llanerch, Pa. Bell, James Van Lennep, S. Chester, Pa. Beres, John William, S. Clefveland, Ohio Bernhardt, Howard Edwin, S. Mauch Chunk, Pa. Bernstein, Alfred Jerome, S. Trenton, N. J. Biehl, john Wanner, A. Reading, Pa. Binkley, George Graulich, A. Mountwille, Pa. Bitzer, Frank Roland, Ec. Lancaster, Pa. Bolenius, Robert Miller, S. Lancaster, Pa. Bottoms, George William, Ir., E Illerion, Pa. 1933 ' Bowers, John Leroy, S. Schuylkill Hafven, Pa. 1 Boyer, Walter Ellsworth, A. Pillofw, Pa. Brainard, Edward Albert James Lancaster, Pa. Bricker, George Harry, A. Jllechanicshurg, Pa. Brillhart, Robert Franklin, S. Lancaster, Pa. Brooks, Drew Charles, S. Mountwille, Pa. Brown, Clinton Rowland, Ec. Brooklyn, N. Y. 4 Brown, Milton Gouchnauer, S. Lancaster, Pa. Brubaker, Theodore Long, A. Lancaster, Pa. Burstein, Leo Quex, S. Nefwark, N. J. Carmel, Nicholas Anthony, Ec. Neewark, N. J. Cassel, Paul Kauffman, S. Manlzeim, Pa., R. 2 Charleroy, Durrant Kost, S. Elizahethtofwn, Pa. Charles, Robert Wise, S. Lancaster, Pa. Coho, Frank Eby, A. Lancaster, Pa. Conklin, Gerard William, S. Ansonia, Conn. Coulbourn, William Edwin, Ec. Philadelphia, Pa. Cover, Alexander Louis, jr., S. Johnstofwn, Pa. Cranmer, Richard Stockton, S. Camden, N. J. Criswell, John Renfrew, Ec. Philadelphia, Pa. Cunningham, Charles Robert, S. Bryn Mawr, Pa. Darlington, Harry McCarty, S. Drexel Hill, Pa. Dashevsky, Abraham Victor, S. Philadelphia, Pa. Davis, Wilbur Grant, Ec. North Plainfield, N. J. Dettrey, Edward Earl, Ec. Lock Hafven, Pa. fOne Hundred Nineteenzl QQQQQQQQQQQQQQ ooooo99O99""' U' O 0 0 O 0 O O O 0 0 0 O 0 0 O 0 9 O 0 9 9 O 0 9 9 O 5 0 O O 0 0 Q, O 0 O O O O 9 0 9 0 -0 5 ll a ll .-....Q 1931 0RlFl.A Ml5 O"'+ Members of the Freshman Class Diifenderfer, VVilliam Gibney, A. Mount Joy, Pa. Dilworth, Thomas, S. Philadelphia, Pa. Dobkin, Milton Charles, S. Atlantic City, N. J. Dominski, Anthony Vincent, S. Schuylkill Hafven, Pa. Dotterer, John Emanuel, A. Lancaster, Pa. Douglas, William Stanton, S. Illercershurg, Pa. Downs, Raymond Edwin, Ec. Philadelphia, Pa. Dreisen, Harry, S. Nefw Hafven, Conn. Eby, Charles Myers, Ec. Lancaster, Pa. ' Egger, Allan Edward, Ec. Hanofver, Pa., R. 5 Evans, James Lawrence, Jr., S. Woodclijf, N. J. Evans, James Russell, Sp. Lancaster, Pa. Fagan, Lawrence Henry, S. Burnham, Pa. Fickes, William Haldy, S. Lancaster, Pa. Fitzsimmons, John Henry, Ec. East Orange, N. J. Flexer, George Alfred, Jr., S. Alllentofwn, Pa. Flick, Willard Hay, S. Somerset, Pa., R. 4 Formichella, Michael Henry, A. Summit, N. J. Foster, Clifford Thompson, Jr., Ec. Sunbury, Pa. Foster, Wilbur Allen, jr., S. llflountain Top, Pa. Frankhouser, Willis Wayne, S, Goodfville, Pa. Freidenberg, Sidney, S. Philadelphia, Pa. Funk, Joseph Hoefel, A. Reading, Pa. Gable, john Samuel, S. Dallastofwn, Pa. Gabriel, Howard Philip, S, Quarryfville, Pa. Gall, Carl Brubaker, S. Nf"wPort Nefws, Va Gall, Henry Nelson, EC, Lancaster, Pa, CContinuedl Gallager, Donald Alexander, Ec. Glenside, Pa. Gallagher, James Edward, S. Johnstofwn, Pa. Gallaschun, Gordon Frederick, S Barneshoro, Pa. Gardecki, John Joseph, Ec. Wilmirzgton, Del. Gaul, Frank Trout, Ec. Lancaster, Pa. Gayley, John Wade, jr., S. Strasburg, Pa. ' Gerhard, Frederick Donald, S. Reading, Pa. Girvin, Robert Eby, Ec. Lititz, Pa. Gladfelter, Charles Herbert, jr., Lancaster, Pa. Goodman, VVilliam George, Ec. Lancaster, Pa. Haag, Wilmer, Ec. Seaside Park, N. J. Haine, Edgar Albert, S. Tremont, Pa. Haller, james Gilbert, S. Lancaster, Pa. Handleman, David Bernard, S. .-ftlantic City, N. J. Hays, Harry VVitherow, S. Emmitsburg, Md. Hemphill, Harold Lynn, A. Leaman Place, Pa. Henderson, Edgar Miles, Ec. Lancaster, Pa. ,A Herner, Walter Sailer, S. Reading, Pa. Herr, Alan Fager, Ec. Philadelphia, Pa. Herr, Christian Rohrer, Ec. Lancaster, Pa. Herr, Robert Brenner, S. Lancaster, Pa. Hershey, Paul Herson, S. Rossnzere, Pa. Hess, Victor Romanus, S. Brooklyn, N, Y, Hickman, Jacob Merwin, S. Kzttannzng, Pa. Hillard, Charles Robert, Ec. Lancaster, Pa. Hlllafd, Henry Newpher, Sp. Lancaster, Pa. A Hitchman, William, III, Ec. Jblount Pleasant, Pa. K One Hundred Tlwentyzl Q0'?.+9.9.- e. , I .,91990999-g,.,..-p..-,----Q +"+++O l93l0mrLAMME Q------ Q c i , ' o 0 0 0 0. 0 O 0 0 0 0 O 0 9 0 0 9 9 9 0 9 O 6 9 0 0 0 6 0 6 9 so 9 0 O 0 o 0 9 0 9 0 9 Members of the Freshman Class Hoar, Robert Ellsworth, S. West Lancaster, Pa. Hottenstein, George Phillip, S. Lebanon, Pa. Houpt, Earl Ogle, Jr., S. Somerset, Pa. Howe, Io-seph Southard, Ec. Media, Pa., R. 3 Hulfer, Donald Hayden, S. Harrisburg, Pa. Irwin, Marlin Olmsted, Ec. Harrisburg, Pa. Isaacs, Robert Heilbron, Ec. Nefw York, N. Y. Jacobs, Melvin Luther, A. Lancaster, Pa., R. 8 Ielus, Michael, Ec. 1 Mount Carmel, Pa. Jones, Bethune, S. Westyield, N. J. Jones, Ralph Allan, Ec. Chester, Pa. Katzenstein, Robert Daniel, Ec. Nefw York, N. Y. Kauffman, John William, Jr., Ec. Reading, Pa. Kavanaugh, William Ramsey, S. Philadelphia, Pa. Keefer, George Warren, S. Sunbury, Pa. Keene, Ellis Leaman, S. Quarryfville, Pa., R. 4 Kelly, Jack Stafford, Ec. I Y Washington, D. C. L' Kissinger, Klarence William, Sp. Lititz, Pa. Koehler, Adolph Charles, Ec. Lancaster, Pa. Korns, Charles Byron, jr., S. Sipesfville, Pa. A Kunkel, Gordon Swiler, S. York, Pa. LaMar, Lewis Henry, A. Middletofwn, Illd. Landino, Louis joseph, Ec. Nefw Britain, Conn. Lando, David Louis, S. Pittsburgh, Pa. Lapi, Francesco Joseph, A. Reading, Pa. Laskowski, Leroy Ernest, Ec. Progress, Pa. Lehman, Charles Luther, Ir., S. De-von, Pa. If One Hundred CContinuedj Lehman, Robert Nathan, S. Lancaster, Pa. Lewis, Clifford jackson, S. Altoona, Pa. Livingston, Theodore, S. Philadelphia, Pa. Loeb, Frederick Ralph, Ec. Lansdofwne, Pa. Long, Albert Joseph, Sp. Lancaster, Pa. Loos, Lee Donald, A. Reading, Pa. Lowy, Hugh Marion, S. Quarry-ville, Pa. Luckett, William Fleet, S. Washington, D. C. Luecke, Oscar Gustav, S. Columbia, Pa. Lutz, Garson Alvin, S. Kempton, Pa. McClure, Andrew James, Ir., S. Darby, Pa. McCollough, Austin Erasmus, Jr., A. Lancaster, Pa. McNab, Gregory Rust Philip, A. Summit, N. J. Mantz, Homer Osmond, Ec. Summit Hill, Pa. Marchand, Owen Palmer, S. Lansdofwne, Pa. Martin, Harry George, S. Collingsfwood, N. J. Martin, Leo Lincoln, S. Columbia, Pa. Maust, Lewis Griffith, S. Jenners, Pa. Medvene, Jack Louis, Ec. Philadelphia, Pa. Medvene, Samuel Louis, Ec. Philadelphia, Pa. Mercer, Stanley Duncan, Sp. White Plains, N. Y. Metzger, Tom Broome, S. Lancaster, Pa. Meyerson, Israel lNIeyer, S. Lifvingston Manor, N. Y. Miller, Charles Albert, Ir., S. Allentown, Pa. Miller, Haldy Richard, S. Lancaster, Pa. Miller, Harry, Ec. Nesw Hafven, Conn. Miller, Lawrence Louis, Ec. Nefw Hasven, Conn. Tfwenty One :I ooooooooo+ooQooo+ 0 O 0 O 9 O 9 9 9 0 0 0 0 0 0 9 s 9 O s 9 9 9 O 0 0 9 Q. 9 0 O 0 0 6 9 9 O 0 0 9 0 0 9 ll ll vooooo9009"' I! 0 ll " ....O l93lomrLAMME O"" o 0 9 9 0 Members of the Freshman .Class Prinkey, Merle Miller, S- Youngfwood, Pa. Pyle, Gilbert Horace, S. . West Chester, Pa. Raunick, John Martin Julius, Harrisburg, Pa. Read, Richard Paul, Ec. Tampa, Fla. Recher, William Robert, Ec. Columbia, Pa. Rhen, John Calvin, Ec. Lancaster, Pa. O ' A CContinuedJ S Monn, Joe Snively, S. Vandergrzft, Pa. 0 Moore, Eugene.Robert Bolger, A. Q Philadelphia, Pa. . Moore, Reuben Haines, A. , DuBois, Pa., R. I Q Morris, John Fletcher Llewellyfl, JI'-s EC- . Germantofwn, Pa. Morrison, John Herr, Sp. Q Lancaster, Pa. Moul, Richard Oswald, Ec. , York, Pa. Q Nlulhatten, Charles Sylvester, Ec. Lancaster, Pa. Q Murry, John Henry, S. 0 Pequea, Pa., R. I Nagy, Paul John, Jr., A. 0 Clefveland, Ohio Q Nagy, Stephen Mears, S. Berfwicle, Pa. Q Neidermyer, Ivan Donmoyer, A. . Rothsfville, Pa. Q Ong, VVilliam Thomas, Jr., S. - Lancaster, Pa. Q Osborn, Walter Lester, S. . Mount Airy, Pa. Overley, George Leon, Sp. Q Bird-in-Hand, Pa. . Parmer, Charles Harrison, A. Lancaster, Pa. ' Q Passell, Ardell Scott, Ec. Lock Hafven, Pa. Q Pealer, Zerbin, S. Q Stillrwater, Pa. Pennypacker, Frank Gontner, A. Q Mountwille, Pa. Q Perez, John Frank, S. Atlantic City, N. J. 0 Person, Herbert Frederick, Ec. Q Allentofwn, Pa. Pierce, Harold Glenn, Ec. 0 Jeannette, Pa. Q Pike, Wilbert Victor, Jr., S. Haddonyield, N. J. S Pittman, Frank Reaber, S. O Linglestofwn, Pa. Pizzi, Sidney Peter, S. 9 Summit, N. J. Q Portser, Charles Henry, Jr., S. O Philadelphia, Pa. Porzio, Dion Michael, S. 9 Newark, N. J. Q Posey, Harry Cabene, S. Q Christiana, Pa. f 0 . 4 s P ll -9QQO9Q9 6QQqg99- Rhodehouse, Clifford, S. Philadelphia, Pa. Richards, Charles Calvin, Jr., Ec Erie, Pa. Richmond, George Lober, Sp. Coatesfville, Pa. Rosenfield, Samuel Alfred, S. Nefw Hafven, Conn. Rothermel, Watson Kenneth, Ec. Shamolzin, Pa. Rudisill, Irvin Luther, A. Spring Grofve, Pa. Rupp, William James, A. Breinigs-ville, Pa., R. I Rush, John Martin, S. ' Strasburg, Pa., R. I Savage, George Danzenbaker, Philadelphia, Pa. -' i Schleeger, William Frederick, IS. Columbia, Pa. Schminke, Paul Frederick,iJr.,. S. York, Pa. J Schneider, August Groh, A. ' Philadelphia, Pa. ' Schoenthal, Sylvan Harry, Ec. Atlantic City, N. J. " Schwartz, Arthur Dick, S. Hazleton, Pa. Sergeant, Arthur Edwin, A. Mount Vernon, N. Y. 1 Shapiro, William, Ec. Lancaster, Pa. Sheely, Curtis Richard, Ec. Harrisburg, Pa. Shirey, Alvah Ephraim, Ec. York, Pa. Shuster, Samuel Albert, S. Atlantic City, N. J. Siddons, Howard Viereck, S. Island Heights, N. J. Sirotta, Ezra Bernard, S. Atlantic City, N. J. f0ne Hundred Tswenty Tfwozl 9090+994-voQo00' Jr. E I I P +""'O l93l0RlFl.AMME 45------ 0 V , ' 4 0 9 0 O 1 O O 0 0 6 0 0 0 9 O 0 0 0 9 6 0 6 0 if o 4 6 6 is O 0 to 4 o O O 0 o 4 9 0 0 0 0 Members ofthe Freshman Class Sisk, Clarence Manuel, Ee. Broswnssville, Pa. Sloan, Henry, S. Philadelphia, Pa. Sloss, Herman.Nathan, Ee. Ventnor, N. J. Smith, Henry Crowder, Sp. Wilkinsburg, Pa. Snellenburg, Milton Harry, Ec. Elkins Park, Pa. Snyder, Calvin Lloyd, Ec. Manlzeim, Pa., R. 3 Sotak, Richard John Henry, S. Nefwark, N. J. Spangler, Roland Roger, Ee. York, Pa. Spear, Bernard Joshua, S. Philadelphia, Pa. Stathopulos, Peter Harry, A. Lancaster, Pa. Steele, Henry Leighton Green, Elmira, N. Y. Stein, Robert Wise, Ec. Pittsburgh, Pa. Stine, Milton Franklin, Ec. York, Pa. Stoer, Philip Riera, EC. Germantofwn, Pa. Streeter, Health Melvin, S. Haddonfield, N. J, v S. Sullenberger, Iames Shaub, Ec. Lancaster, Pa. Swope, Richard Orlady, Ee. Altoona, Pa. Tanger, Frederick Eby, Ee. Millerswille, Pa. Taylor, Joseph Carl,,S. Bloomsburg, Pa. Thatcher, Joseph Herbert, S.. Lancaster, Pa. Q Thomas, Victor Linn, Ec. Manheim, Pa. ,- Thumm, George Christian, Ec. Bellefvue, Pa. Todhunter, john Wesley, S. Barnesboro, Pa. Tosh, Albert Beam, Ec. Pittsburgh, Pa. Cffontinuedj V Tredway, Kenneth Kauffman, S. Lancaster, Pa. Trexler, Carl Osville, S. Lynnport, Pa. Trexler, Ethan Loraine, A. Kempton, Pa. Van Gilder, Burrows Corson, S. F Petersburg, N. J. Walker, James, S. Philadelphia, Pa. Wasley, Leon Price, S. Shenandoah, Pa. Watts, Franklin Paul, A. Schuylkill Hafven, Pa. VVeber, Stanley Campbell, S. Lancaster, Pa. Wenger, Levi Edwin, S. 4 Bird-in-Hand, Pa., R. I Werner, Raymond, Ec. Lancaster, Pa. WVesler, Nathan, S. .Atlantic City, N. J. VVheeler, Karl Vinton, Jr., S. Lancaster, Pa. WVilliams, Ralph Israel, S. Ancram, N. Y. Willman, Cyril jay, Ec. Philadelphia, Pa. Wireback, Walter Eaton, Jr., Ec. North Wales, Pa. Wissler, James Blair, A. 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Nevoma! 9 , A Our boys are on the yield jighting for Lvictory, Q, We're singing this song six hundred strong to show them our loyalty, Q And when the score is tied and the boys are in a hole, Q We will all stand up to urge them on and sing with heart and soul. .7 Fight on, fight on, Franklin Marsliall, 1 Fight on for old Nefoonia, Q Fight on, jight on, for fvictory, Q Fight on for the Blue and White. 5 And if she wins the game . We'll praise her fame, 5 By marching and singing as we go, 9 Hail, Hail, Nefoonia, '51 For the Blue and White we'll fight, jight, fight, fight. 0 Hut, Hail, Nefoonia, Q We will always cheer her, 2 Rah, Rah, Rah, Rah, All sing and cheer her on, 1 z For she's bound to win today, ,y F07 we 10177 199717, 1797113 199711, 0 With all our might, might, might, ' For dear old F. and M. 0, -O O. O 'O 9 O 9 0 9 ll 0 OO ll ' CQQ ' '9'99+099Qo+oo+osQQoo nv -1-'s-'mn fwvsvmm- 5 k . 4 N I 5 a R u l 1 5 E 3 Q Football 223554, xp K- Assistant C' . n . ' Q ' 'JOSEPH T' SCHUTT1 ,3O . OW' - - ...... J. SHOBER BARR 116131-jugc2ZcIz. ..... A . . .I. NEWTON COWAN jwanager-Elclc-lg - . .RICHARD B. MARTIN -. ENNETH C. SANDRIDGE T 0 7'6ll7167' ............................ JOE MCGEEX7ER I , - ' ikY'S15i ' g xx . X I L. I I x VARSQTY SQUAD SMOKER LAWRENCE VOROSMARTI RANCK LEINBACH COWAN MILLER BARR HIGHLAND BASH HERR HOVIS WHITE STATON HORST JOHNSON HOY DEODORIAN KONOPKE PITTMAN SNYDER BRIAN BENCHOFF NEAL SCHUTT SALTZMAN DORSEY ALLEN ZEHRER MAZLOFF MAKOS OAKES BRITTON FISHER KOH6' Hundred Tfwmzty Scfunnj ,. 1.,..xfAvxp 7 'vf'lia2fff'rCiW:iB''rm , . . vi" 1 ' - 1. a- -1 -nv.-1 af, -rf, 1 ,,f- . "-"' ., .y f' p M A . . . . . , p- 9 war osaaraaiaame Q ,: f, Q- Q 4- . . . M A 5 . 4 4 1 4 4 O 9 4 0 1 o 4 .A O 0 . 0 to Q 0 O O O O 6 0 0 O 9 O 0 6 J 0 O ,. ' DR. JONATHAN K. QPossj MILLER 9 H Poss H Miller prepared at Lebanon High School where he was an f outstanding performer in three major sports. Upon the completion of ' . his high school career he decided to enter the University of Pennsylvania . 7 and subsequently became one of the greatest stars to enter varsity com- . ix petition at that institution. n He was captain of the U. of P. football team e 5 in his senior year and received greatest recognition by obtaining a half- it Q back berth on the All-American team of 1922. 5 This Was Coach lVIiller's second year at Franklin and Marshall and he has succeeded in turning out the first really successful team since I922. X 6 VVhen he took over the position of football mentor in 1928 the situation '- gf was deplorable, but he has brought the team back in great fashion. The i p 1931 Oriflamme congratulates him on the excellent Work which he has ac- complished in so short a time. Q it 1 1, 1 fOrze Hundred Twenty Eighfj ' Q 19 Q ? is f:.",I:aae,'x"fr+':f:m:f'Wf'f1xw"?z-fareef'tM.f"'f7af"'2:-.2-"'fv1ffm,f3s.f'w....-ffw.f'w..ffm. ...Ati ,.., ,.-., ,at .Q . 1 Q . .9 43,31 5' hw N if "W W W N" ' 4"-ff '-4f'1t'f-ff' 'N-f' 'L-J' "" ff-.ftr'-M'!'k.vf'e"-+..31hR..ff9-'S...,,Mf.,'ff'h'5:,,fa'P -31:5 9' 9 I I if ""' 4b l IQSIORIFLAMME c,,,,,, H IOC " Schutt, a member of the class of 1930 Wound up a brilliant football c F ' i M h H b . . areer at ranklin and ars a y receiving the captaincy of the 1929 team. He. has played varsity football for three years starting out as a halfback and then, when Ppss Miller took control, holding down the position of tackle Where he has starred for the past two seasons. He Was an admirable leader: When right was needed H Joe " was always on handy when . gm h1S Hi13.f.CS nelpded encouragement he Was the first to J. T. S SUPP Y lt, W enever an extra yard had to be gained CflPr?1EIfi7TT the try Was usually made at his position in the line. In addition to his proficiency in football " Joe " b . . f h varsity wrestling team for three years and is rated aiiiidnl Iiilienbeisit Cin luis Class' , During his VY1'CSfliI1g career, in which he met some of the best collegiate Wrestlers 1n the country, he was defeated only once. In his senior year he was elected co-captain by his mates. - U Joel: also holds .varsity letters in track in which he Was outstanding as a Weig t man and with the Javelin. All in all he IS one of the best all- around athletes to appeariat F. 81 M. for a long time and his graduation this year Will leave algap in all three sports in which he performed which the coaches will find it diflicult to fill. THE REcoRD F. if M. Opponents 7 ..... University of Pennsylvania ..... I4 , 32 ..... Dickinson ............... . . o 0 ..... Lebanon Valley ....... . . 6 W 18 ..... Ursinus ....... . . 0 i I3 ..... Swarthmore ...... . . 7 I4 ..... P. M. C. ......... .. 7 26 ..... Mount St. Mary's .... . . . II A20 ..... Muhlenberg ...... . . . o 0 ..... Gettysburg ..... . . . 25 13o 70 Games Won-6 Games Lost-3 EOM' Hundred Twenty Nineil 3343gggQQQCGQQQQCQQQCQQCQCCQQ 9 9 O 0 0 6 9 9 O 0 Q U o o 4 o . so 1 r it 0 N 1 I i f 0 7, 4 0 0 . li O 9 9 6 O 9 , O , . 0 9 I' fi, ,l' l I l 5 r ii E El s ll 2 9 i 1 'i r 1 il l a i i l lp in l i Q fl gl gl fg. bl im 1, , IH li' E V., E.. . U, All my .1 i -1 .v A lg ill ll, A! r 1 - : 1 fi fi, ll I. so-posoas yg f - ,,....Q l9 u1AMME O-- o f Summary of the IQZQ Season PROLOGUE The football season of Franklin and Marshall college for the year of grace, one thousand nine-hundred and twenty-111116, WHS, 35 RUY Undefgfadu' ate or old grad will be only too happy to inform you, the most successful football season the college has had" for a number of years. Four quite understandable reasons were responsible: in the first place, the squad found in Coach Miller a man who knew football and for whom they were willing to work and, most miraculously of all, to keep the training- rulesg then, too, last year's Freshman team sent to the varsity an. influx of excel- lent football material fellows who were eager to win their spurs in rneal college gridiron battles, thirdly, the attitude of the team had changed im- measurably for the better: they knew they were a winning aggregation and strove desperately to avail themselves of every opportunity for vic- tory which the fates allowed, finally, the attitude of the team underwent a subtle change: for some, probably unaccountable, reason they worked better together last year than in previous seasons. A marked difference in attitude toward Franklin and Marshall's foot- ball and the present team was shown all over the campus, a brighter, more co-operative attitude-showed itself, that is, everywhere save in the grand- stands while the home games were in progress. Lack of enthusiasm and loyalty so prevalent in our grandstands is attributed by the more charitably Lnclined to the fact that the Dawn of the Great Tomorrow is not yet at and. The season began, as have all our seasons for many years past C" But not next year, he murmered, smiling gentlyl, with a game with the Uni- versitiy ofbPennsylvania, in Philadelphia. Once started, it progressed with consi era le triumph. At the conclusion of the game with Swarthmore, even our most sour alumni fand, indeed, we have a few, dear readerj were willing Ito admit that we had a good team, a team almost on a par with the tea W ' ' ' ' - m w it was upholding old Nevonia s reputation at the time when they went to college. This, as you will all appreciate is no small raise. . . , ' P The season was brought to its conclusion on Thanksgiving-day with our tradit l b l ' iona att e with Gettysburg on Williamson field in which we bowed gracefully to a stronger team to a score which was not only some- thing of a surprise, but, paradoxically enough, a decided Shock, Gl3HC1.Hg at th-e entire season comprehensively and reflectively, it can- not be Said that 1f.W2lS I1Ot a good season. Uncertain and limited by chance as are all things, all the moods and tempers of ourselves and our opponents are reflected in the final reckoning. We have fried to play our part like sportsmen, we have tried to accept the results manfully The football season of Franklin and Marshall college for this year Of grace, one thous d - ' - ' an , nine hundred and twent - . Nevonian tradition. y nine, IS a worthy part of the f01ze Hundred Tlzirtyj I 9990+osoooooo+osoo0+' 9 0 9 9 9 0 O , O 0 0 O O 0 9 0 O 0 9 9 9 O 9 0 9 O 9 6 O O O O 0 0 O O 0 O 0 O O O v +'+'f-'O l93lomrl.AMME Q-o+f+ 1 X4' P, , A 2 P. -Y. E 4. g 45k 1 P 1 P I 1 4 S 5 1 2 P 1 E P P. xr P. P, P. P. .Q P M P X. E P. X P, P, P, P, X 1 a 5 , 1 E . A 1 Q , P , . P ,X ,P PXP P, P wx' nxr P P, P P ' . P P 0 ll P as 1. lf RUSS OAKESw AMBENNY C'4P'C'1P 4"Y"'4V" " 4,4r1o-o-0,0-of4r-ofa-Q-0-avnr-o 0-an-0 9 -L - qfJ7Mv'VOROSMART1j HERR , -Q . P :W g, ' 2,yv O O 0 O O O 0- I I -----.-.o was 0RlFlAMME O "' o-ooco l iooo- +.. ,,, THE' GAMES p A PENN: To a frozen and incredulous silence on the part of the rooters in the grandstands, Penn scored a touchdown on the kickoff. It was not long, however, before, by dint of line plunges, we had t1ed the score. Penn then made another touchdown-and beat us. The game was very well played by our men. n H DICKINSON: This was, in point of actuality, the " firstgame on our schedule. l It was the game in which all hope for a winning season was concentrated. Inspired by their success in holding Penn to such a.low score the team fought hard and quickly amassed 32 points. Four differ- ent teams took turns to achieve Dickinson's defeat. When the game was over the team had proven conclusively to both themselves and the spec- tators that they were a winning combination. The prospect for the sea- son brightened immeasureably at this exhibition of eagerness and skill. LEBANON VALLEY: A literary reference is the only thing which will adequately express the feelings aroused by the game with Lebanon Valley. In Sommerset lVIaugham's play H The Circle " occurs a bridge game in which Lord Porteous and Lady Kitty are partners. Through Lady Kitty's bad playing, they lose, and the irate Porteous belabors her in no uncertain terms. Says Lady Kitty in reply, " Just because I don't play the same game as you do, you have no right to talk to me in this fashionf, " I am glad that you admit that you don't play the same game that I do," returns the disgruntled Lord, U but why in the name of God do you call it bridge." So, rn regard to the game with Lebanon Valley, we inquire, " Why do you call it football? " For one awful week, we had visions of another season of losing contests. i URSINUS: The first half of the game with Ursinus did nothing to dispell our gloom.. A nothing-nothing score at the end of the Hirst half against a team which was obviously our inferior made the host of devoted F. 85 M. footballites who thronged the field wish ardently that they could revert to the natural enthusiasm inspired by gin. Une of those famous football t lk ' ' ' 0 ' .a s was administered to the team by Coach lVI1ller, during the intermission, with the result that they returned to th H ld ' h H h' , . e e wit as 1ng eyes and murder 1n their hearts. Results: Ursinus, Og F. SZ INI., 18. A word to the wise once again was sufficient h SWARTHMORE: This game was one of the most difficult games on our ?C edule- A long, hafffl-f0Q1ghf, Hercely-contested battle, its conclusion was gJYgIUSiVE0 fhC tuneiof 'Victory is ours, my laddies "z Swarthmore, 7: , 13. This game is remark bl th ll f ' " achieved by the center, of all people. 3 C In at a O Om swung Was lf01ze Hundred Thirty Tfwoil OOQQQQQQQO 12, .xl F 1 A fl 'E 1 ,I ' 4 1 ,E 5 i E V mX,, L. , , X E A r 1 1 O 4 O 6 0 O 6 O 0 .-.....Q l93l0RlFl.AM l5 O"" P. M. C.: More than half an hour late in arriving in Chester, due to 3 bi-eakdownsof the bus in which they were ffevellng, 021' team P1aYed ' throughout the first half in a dazed manner which may be attributed, we hope, solely to the bus-ride. However, things were saved once again for God, for Country, and for Dear Old Nevonia, when a touchdown by the military boys, occurring at the beginningof the second half, snapped them out of the coma with thrilling speed. As a result, therefore, victory was once again ours. The game is noted for the spectacular catching of a forward pass, and the fifty-yard dash to the goal by Dorsey. . MOUNT SAINT MARY'S: Throughout the first half our opponents kept piling up the score. At the half they were ahead. The large crowd which attended the game foresaw, with the usual perspicacity of such a crowd, our defeat. This were a shameful thing, I trow., The feeling was infectious-it must have been, we won! F. 81 M., 26, Mount Saint Mary's, I I. MUHLENBURG: With more ease than was seemly under the circum- stances, and with a rapidity which warmed thoroughly our souls we won this game, 20 to o. While there were no really spectacular plays, it may be said that every member of the team played a good game. The touch- downs were made by Saltzman and Oakes, the latter making two on for- ward passes. GETTYSBURG: The rivalry of many years duration again found ex- pression 1n the Thanksgiving-day contest between F. 85 M. and Gettysbur g on Willlamson Field. Time after time with appalling success our strong b opponents attered their way to huge gains and ultimate victory through our line-which, to put it euphemistically was weak Not to be 't . . 0 , . I qui e candid, since the proceeds are being given to charity, we will merely over- l k h oo t e performances of the backfield. We had nourished, fondly enough, as it turned out, the expectation that we would win th' h' g is game t is ylear. Yet we cannot recall that anybody, except a few of the members of t e te ' . am, was particularly startled at the result. The final score of 25 to o in .favor of Qettysburg was not fully indicative, however, of our football playing. .During the last half of the game our team played against a psychological hand' h' . icap w ich they could not be expected to overcome: the curious phenomenon of an opponent whose fi ht' . 1n ualities were bein influenced, and, to a certain exte t d ' g g q g b b n , etermined by an off the scene person, 3 mem Cf of the teem Who, through sickness, could not play that day. f0ne Hundred Thirty Fourzl . I """""990'+4'-vososyao-os-9540000 " BILL " BRITTON U Bill " Britton, plunging fullback of the 1929 C' Possumsf' was the recipient of a gold Wrist Watch presented to the most valuable player on the squad at the conclusion of the current season. The award was made by Clarence Mon Sies in accordance with an announce- ment made at the beginning of the sea- son. 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Haven H. S. 0 :8. . . .... Hagerstown H. S. 9 :1o .... .... N ortheast H. S. 0 :9. . . .... Hagerstown H. S. Q 0 :8. . . ..... Scranton Tech. :9. . . .... Lancaster H. S. Q .7 .... .... L ancaster H. S. O .o. . . .... Columbia H. S. :S ........... Northeast H. S. O I7 ....... Phila. Central H. S. 0 :Io ........ West Phila. H. S. O :6 ......... Lock Haven H. S. 9 :7 .......... Palmerton H. S. Q :8 ..... Massanutten Academy Q :9.i ......... Palmerton H. S. Q zo ..... Schuylkill Haven H. S. . .II ...... F. and M. Academy :2. . ..... F. and M. Academy 0 .1 o .............. York H. S. . . :9 ........... S. H. Nebraska ft .9 ....... Montgomery School O :Io ......... Bethlehem H. S. 0 3 .... ...... M onessen H. S. Q 8 ........... Lancaster H. S. Q 8 ........ New Britain H. S. O., o ............ Penn St. H. S. . o ....... F. and M. Academy 6 II ........... Reading H. S. 21. . .165 .... :7 .... ..... Z ellianople, Pa. 9 ----Center 23...175.... ....Greensburg,Pa. 9 Q Q IfOne Hundred Thirty Sixil O ' 0 ,5'e""""'599o9.s'-0.-+9 S .- GOO 9 .- f 'ffmv,,, , . FOOTBALL MANAGERS MARTIN SANDRIDGE CABLE POOLE fOne Hundred Thirty Se-venl r P I fi il, 1 i l I 1 E l , 4 i I l 1 l , I 1 I l 4 I , . w 4 w l l J . il H D , K 2 Z E ! F s 1 . J i I i l 1 'i I I . 57 l 5 3 w l --:cr 1 i ff 4. l ,v ll 1: l IA P Q! l l lf 'r ll . E s r , 1,31 I l JH .gl i- lllf 1 it ff F4 ' 1 fl? Li 'nh 3 ill ll lil .-.+. Q IQSIORIFLAMMEA o--s---- Q O l l if Q O I Q ' Freshman Foot Ball o ' ,i o 0 0 I ' o ' 4 it O if ' Q ' 4 ' o ' 4 ' Q 0 ' I 5 9 -- o " 3,1 COACH BARR HAAG RICHARDS DETTREY SISK ZACHARIAS BROOKS OVERLY GARDEKI 0 WINGERT SLOAN FAGAN N MANAGER STOER Q 0 FITZSIMMONSRIEEEEFOED CUNNINGHAM PASSELL COLBURN REED 4 ' p IERCE 'A For the past few years it hiasifbieeen ' . ' . - the policy of the athletic administra- 0 9 'CIOI1 to introduce fresher and better material on the football field throu h 9 Q the medium of the freshm l A ' g 5 the I . , HH C ass. . Pictured above you see the results of Q p a H d?1iq9nfHY'E1S10n,., When one considers the fact that this group serves as Q Q the mak Y Cana to be Pounded about at will by an enthusiastic varsity Q 9 evigencedeig tfglf CE lilresentable appearance. Theyalso play games, as is . Q ever the team? SQ 6 ule belovy. As a factor in our college' athletics, how- Q lates HH Varsit 15 lmliwtant P1'11?1H1'1ly in its development of stars Who Will . Q have that the Y P081 l0nS, and 1n the performance of-this function We be- Q Q A g1'0Up pictured above hasidone its duty. ' 0 s E V s 0 9 FRESHMAN FOOTBALL RECORD 9 F. if M. A O O I Q Q Opponent 0 . 3 - - . . .Pierce School . . . . . . . 0 Q ' 33 ' '- - Wa1'd .... . . o O z 6 . ...Tgnalnlova .. I3 O - - - . . . e . . . . . , 39 . . . . . .Millersville . . 'f I2 z . ...WestEnd.., . O . Q V y 1 I I i - Q Q V fOne Hundred Thirty Eightj 27 1 ll Q-oo6e o9 4s.q,, ,,,,,,,,,p by . Q CQOQOQQOOOO l ill Q ll qihmd - HY , R. E. BORGER Basketball W. N . SIPPLE Capmm Illafzager VARSITY SQUAD SIPPLE MULHATTEN SNYDER CLARK DORSEY STATEN BOYER HORST FASNACHT JOHNSON KULP OAKES LINHART f0ne Hundred Thirty Ninej 9 ll '- -....Q l93l0RlFl.AMME O---Q-- o O O 9 C O 0 Q ' Varsity Basketball z Captain . . .... ............ R . E. BORGER Q Manager ...... . . . VV. N. SIPPLF 0 Coach ............ . . . . . . ...... ALLEN BOYFR 3 FIRST TEAM SECOND TEAM 3 Richard Borger ........ Forward Russell Oakes ........ Forward Douglas Johnson ....... Forward Glenn Horst ......... Forward 0 John Garvey ..... .... C enter Samuel Clark .... . . . Forward O . Herbert Kulp ........... Guard Jay Linhart .... . Center Q VVilliam Fasnacht ........ Guard David Snyder. . . . Guard 0 Arthur Dorsey .... . Guard Q , Jarrett Staton. . . . Guard 9 ' THE RECQRD 9 4 F- if M- Opponents 4 31 . .St. Joseph's Chomej December IO ...... 25 3 26 ..St. Mary's Chomej December I4 ...... 30 0 54 ..Ursinus Cawayj December 18 ...... . 30 . 39 ..Temp1-e Cawayj December IQ ...... . 49 36 . .Georgia Tech. Chomej January 4 ...... SI i 36 ...Dickinson Chomej January IO ...... . 31 5 30 ..St. Joseph's fawayju January II ....... 36 Q 28 . .Gettysburg Chomej January I5 ........ 36 Q 22 . .Fordham University Qawayj January318 28 Q 18 . .Villanova Chomej January 22 ......... 29 Q 20 . .Dickinson Cavvayj February 5 ......... 43 0 30' . iluzquehanna Chomej February 8 ....... IQ 27 .. e anon Valley Qhomej February 12. . . 6 3 40 . .Muhlenberg Chomej February 15. , . . ?o 45 ..Gettysburg Cawayj February I9 ....... 36 9 30 . .Rutgers University Qawayj February 22 40 9 1 28 . .Bucknell University fhomej February 25 24 Q 3 30 ..LCb?HOH Valley Cawayj Ma1'ch 1 ...... 33 Q 37 --UYSIHLIS Chomej Nlarch 5 ............ 21 s 2 --Temple Qhomej March S ....... 28 1 62+ W 8 Z5 on- LOSt-I2 Q I:One Hundred Fortyj it 0 0 ll . . . 3 . ll """""'9094"-Q9--so-oe-0009+090 '- , fwfr- 1..--efnv-,,-.-....,.,.,,.., a--,.w- . , 5 I 2 z Y QOQQQO AF 3 000000 2 ' 4 O 9 , 9 0 0 4 SUMMARY OF THE 1929-1930 SEASON 0 Q Playing one of the longest and most difficult schedules ever undertaken 0 by a Franklin. and Marshall basketball team the 1929-1930 squad fell Q short of breaking even in the twenty contests. Captain Borger, although out for part of the season on account of a hand injury, played a brilliant O game and led the varsity cagers in the average number of points scored. 0 " Doug " Johnson who held down the other forward position was a close Q second. " Herb " Kulp may well be classed as one of the best offensive Q guards to represent the Blue and White in recent years. The other guard Q position was well filled by " Bill " Fasnacht. Although Coach Boyer ex- . perienced some difficulty with the center position the final selection of 0 " Red " Garvey proved to be a happy solution of the problem. O The season began auspiciously enough when St. Joseph College was defeated at home to the tune of a 31-25 score. St. Joseph's had held the O highly touted Penn team to a single point victory only a few days previ- 0 ously. After piling up a big first half lead on Mt. St. Mary's the team Q wilted and lost the fray 26-30. ln the first game played away from home Q Ursinus was defeated at Collegeville without very much difficulty. Q Temple, boasting one of the best teams in a long time, handed F. 81 M. O its second defeat in a game played in Philadelphia. Meeting Georgia 4 Tech on the Armory Court the team was treated to an exhibition of fine teamwork with the result that the score stood Georgia Tech 51, F. 81 M. 'Q 36, at the close of the game. Disposing of an over-confident Dickinson 0 team was the next job accomplished by the Boyermen. St. Joseph's was Q tackled again, this time away from home, and the tables were reversed, 9 30-36. Our old rival, Gettysburg, was met at home before a capacity Q crowd and, sad to relate, Gettysburg won 36-28. The mid-court shots of Q MacMillan, G-Burg's star guard, electrified the spectators all too fre- Q quently. In a hard game with the strong Fordham team at New York, Q the Blue and White was barely defeated, 22-28. Villanova was the next-' team to appear on the Armory Court. In this game F. 81 M. started out l well enough but fell down badly in the second half, the game ending in a I rout. With the schedule half completed F. 81 M. could claim but three ' ' ' ' eats Q Vlctgifrs caoilalilliliciebfcjgqiiiifiiag of the second half of the schedule .be said. to f be favorable, for Dickinson, at Carlyle, took plenty of revenge in winning Q by the very decisive score of 43 to 20. Returning home, the Blue and S F0718 Hundred Forty Onefl 3 9 0 . . -Q av-o--v an 4b-o-ar-0-4r-0--0 4"0"' "" "" "" """"""i"'. 4, 'b to 6 0 0 9 O 4 4 O 0 9 9 O 9 0 9 0 0 O O 0 0 9 ' 4 - O O 0 6 0 0 9 O 6 O 4 9 099 ll 990900Q9QOQ09909100000996Q VVhite players consoled themselves somewhat by trouncing Susquehanna 3o-19. The taste of victory once again must have been sweet for in the next game Lebanon Valley was beaten in the last minute .of play by one point. Iourneying to Allentown the team again was to taste defeat for Muhlenburg triumphed 5o-4o. In one of the big' vsurprises of the season Gettysburg was defeated 45-36 on its own floor. Rutgers put the team back on the wrong side of the ledger in a game played away from home. Bucknell fell in a fast game by the score of 28-24. Lebanon Valley made up for its one-point defeat by winning at Annville in a fiercely contested battle. Ursinus again fell before the F. 81 M. attack, this time by a score of 37-21. The last game of the season was played with Temple at Lan- caster. Temple had just put up a great battle against Pitt and they gave F. 81 M. its final defeat of the season. Captain Borger, Kulp, and Fasnacht will all be lost by graduation, but some good substitutes and an excellent Frosh squad prevent the outlook from being gloomy. Individual Records Field F011l Total Games Player Goals Goals ' Points Played 'Johnson ....... 53 ........ 28. . ., ...I34 .... .,,,20 Borger... ...38 ........ 3o... ...IO6........I3 Kulp... ...3o ........ 33... 93... ..2o Garvey... .... 28 ........ 31... 83........I9 Oakes .... ...25 ........ Io... 6o........I5 Fasnacht ....... IQ ........ 24... 62........IQ Horst .... .... 9 .... . 7... 25... ....I4 Staton .... .. 6 .... 7... IQ........I3 Snyder .... 4 .... 8... I6........Io Dorsey... .. I .... 7... .. 9.... .. 5 Linhart... .. 2 .... I... .. 5... 4 Clark.. .... o .... 1... .. 1... 3 TONE Hundred Forty Tfwo-:I . . Q 1931 omrLAMME O Q - - - - A l 51 v 'l ll 5 +o'f"O l93lomFLAMME i',Q...--. l 4 l o 1 .. ,l z Freshman Basketball Summary Ze :Q 'i , 5 Coach Shober Barr has succeeded in producing one of the best fresh- 1 1, O man squads ever to represent Old Nevonia. At the time of this Writing .5 lg Q the team is undefeated, and the prospects for an undefeated season loom ,, ,l brightly. ln one of the best games, fromtthe stand oint of the desira- 2 blllty of Wlnnlng, the Gettysburg frosh fell under a 32-20 score. In an- ' other game, the Villanova frosh, boasting an excellent squad, were soundly 4 3 Q defeated on the Armory court. ln fact, no team this season has suc- f lf Q ceeded ln pushing the local frosh to any great extent. Ted Brubaker, ' ll Q playing a forward position, leads the team in scoring. The varsity next T l , year should not have to look far for valuable material. 3 lhyl . ,, THE RECORD 'lt ' F. as M. ly Q Frosh Opponents 1 JJ t 44 ...lcgrsinuls 40 4- 32 . ... ettys urg .... ... 20 ll Q 53... ...Leh1gh..... ...35 lxl Q 36 . .. ...Dickinson ...H . . ... 2Q lil Q 54 ... ...Massanutten ... ... 34 ,,. 41... ...Villanova..... ...31 l z 30 ...Muhlenberg 37 X, ' 29 ... ...Millersville ... ... 33 l 0 ...Millersville 39 'X' 9 4 ' H'11 33 K . 45... 1 :V Q 32 ...Gettysburg.... 22 ll Q 39 . . . .... Dickinson ..... . . . IQ l 3 Q U ' 6 ,l Q 58 .... rslnus .. 3 X 1 .- - l l Q uf, 4 533 W IO 435 L 1' ' . L t- X Q os 3 ll ' .fl 3 0 SCORING. HoN0Rs y J l H Point-A-Minzlte " l 1 . Figld Foul Tatal Games I 1 Q Player Goals Goals ' Poznts Played , 9 Brubaker . .... 33 ........ 52 ........ 139... ...13 Q Foster ........ IQ ........ 43 ........ 1o5... ...13 Q Fridenberg ..... 22 ........ 41 ........ 104 ........ I3 , Q Passell ........ I4 ........ 21 ........ 56... ...13 - Usborne .. .... I2 ........ 16 ........ 42 ........ 5 Landlno ....... I2 ........ I2 ........ 3 ........ . l:One Hundred Forty Tlzreeil 0 A +0000ooQoO00"""""",'-,-' i 1 ll I I 9 6 Q . . Q . T f 0 1 O 0 0 O 0 9 9 E 0995454 ,,,,,.Q 1931 0mFLAMM K. R I i Wrestling Co-CAPTAINS J. T. SCHUTT E. D-. HORNER Manager ' H. FRANTZ -,,......-.QW Coach C. W. MAYSERQ E VARSITY SQUAD IH W RNER WILL R MOH ER H UTT R WHITMA COW4 ALL SMITH SERGOS H CON R W MER HOR ER HO LNG R 90 OOCQQQQQOQ d t 4-09950-bsoa-QQQQO' 1 I 4 Q a 1 I .. . . ..... - .... ENGL S CASSELL E A D L W ITE SCH DIEBLE N . N I DIETRIC FE IT N , I:0ne Hun ,red For y Fouril I I O A l I I I ""-'MO IQSIGRIFLAMME 0....-+ C J. T SCHUTT H ER C' Pi C pz Class Inclrvzdual imited N F ALLAN F, Qi IW Opponent 115 lbs. . 125 lbs. . 135 lbs. . 145 lbs. . 155 lbs. . 165 lbs. . 175 lbs. . Unl 8 23 26 18M 18 36 38 25 36 26 I4 2682 OOOOOOOOOOOOQO 000 ll 5 s l 'I X, I 1 1 ii ?, -r -i i l li I ii I l I Q l yt fl I I r V '1 I I ii -l I il l I I i I l 1 A i .. .. g , .,. , ,H g 193: omrLAMME I U ' 1 l I C. W. MAY-SER H. M. FRANTZ Coach , Zllanagcr Wrestling As fate and H Uncle Charlie " would have it, the team more than lived up to the record established by the H big boys of yesterday." The opening game of the winter seemed to catch the matmen off their guard, and the University of Michigan men, brutes that they were, displayed excellent form to gain a 22 to 8 victory. lt might here be explained that the latter are champions of " The Big Ten " and, as such, represent the cream of the middle-west. In the next meet our grapplers entered their bouts with added zest, tripping the Duke University wrestlers to the lively tune of 23 to I I. The University of Pennsylvania matmen tasted defeat on the following week, bowing to their superiors, 26 to 8. The boys then journeyed up the Hud- son to West Point, culminating a most enjoyable trip by a victory over the Army lads. This was a mid-season meet, and the Nevonians were in tip- top shape. The ISV t I2 ' sistent training. With everything now running smoothly, we were quite prepared to meet the University of Chicago on an equal footing. The two teams ere W so well matched that the score ended in an I8-I8 tie F . . rom then on to the final night there was little opposition to the Blue and White aggregation. Meets were won from Ursinus, Temple, Alfred, Gettysburg, and Rutgers, by overwhelming counts and a succe f l ss u season was assured regardless of the outcome of the Syracuse fracas. Th f e act that we lost to the latter by the score I6-I4 in no way cast a shadow upon the season's success a d f , l i n we eel that all who read the follow- 1n rec d ll ' ' g d or wi commend with us the wrestling team of which we are justly pi ou 2 o I If score reflects good coaching as well as con- F0716 Hundred Forty Sixzl 9 O O 0 0 O O 9 0 O ' 5 0 Q 9 9 9 O 0 0 O . Q 0 5 o o 9 Q O. 9 0 0 0 ' 0 0 Q n . , I l O0 GMOQQQQQ-Q.,.,,,,,,,,,+.. u ------45 l93l0RlFl.AMME O-.+o-+ 9 O A Brief History of F. Sc M.'s Most Successful Sport t The successful sport which We mention may refer to wrestling, or it Q may be Coach Mayser. One can scarcely think of wrestling at F. 81 M. without a synonymous picture of its instigator and patron saint, Charles . VV. Mayser. 0 In the winter of the year 1923 the Lancaster spectators were con- . fronted with what looked to be a group of acrobatic contortionists travel- ' ling under the guise, " wrestling team." VVhether on account of an aes- Q thetic appreciation for the skillful manipulation of the human body, or Q merely on account of the instantaneous success of the aggregation, the 5 spectators were immediately captivated. In that first season, Uncle 5 Charlie Mayser had developed such stars as Bishop, Horner, and Kunkel, 5 who, ibn the fifth ipatch were able to defeat the University of Pennsylvania team y a score o 18 to 1o. .4 The year IQ24 added three new stars to the list: Dechant, A. Moore, T, and L. Moore. The results of this season were not startling, though the 0 team showed the effects of superior coaching by winning three out of five Q contests, losing only to larger institutions. Q The 1925-26 season proved the brightest in the annals of wrestling at Q F. SC M. With a team composed of Bishop, L. Moore, Schenck, Horner, Q. Lehman, Krise, anltll Kunkge rye swept through an undefeated season, scor- O ing 1 18 points wit a tota o 32 points against us. I Q F 85 M RECORD FOR 1925-26 SEASON O Onents 0 I2 ..... ..... W est Point ..... .... .p II 2 I5 55:23 :3f55ggiEg.ill'.7'.1i11 111.3 33 ..... ..... e mpe ..... . o 0 331:11 31i::?yT3i..."' 31:1 Z O M 1 Q 118 32 Following that, the wrestling team maintained a high percentage of z victories, proving conclusively that it is not a U biological sport " but is rather the result of intelligent coaching. Nine matches in 1926-27 fea- : tured two defeats and seven wins, each of the nine schools opposed was considerabl lar er than F. 85 M. 9 1927 szilw a ifroup of triumphant wrestlers who knew that they were Q good and lived up to their reputation as matmen H par excellence." Out Q of the ten meets but two were lost: one to West Point, I5--'14, and one to Q the University of Pennsylvania, 15-14. Q As has been said, the 1925-26 season represents the peak of achieve- 5 ment in our grappling history chiefly because a championship combination 0 had been produced in such a short time. In point of actual scoring, last Q season's record surpasses even that of 1925, a total of 148 points for F. SZ M. against 33 for our opponents. 5 0 The usual crop of grapplers was again produced this year, and lived 2 up to what has now become the F. 81 M. wrestling tradition by losing but two out of ten matches. . IOM' Hundred Forty Sefvenj a I 0000000000OOOCOOOOQOCOOCOOOO0Q 0 0 0 O 0 0 0 0 0 9 O 0 0 6 0 6 0 9 0 0 Q O 0 0 O 0 o 0 9 9 5 9 Q .I ....O l93lomrl.AMME 3 O'+'ff+ 4 Q I A ,ew-na A The Team 3 Captain Q .... ................. H ARRY KAHLER Manager ....... ............. D . H. WIESE Captain-Elect ..... .... W ILLIAM VON SELDENECK M anager-Elect ......... ....... R OBERT YVATCHORN Coach ...................... PROF. I. N. SCHAEFFER Harry'Ka-hler, '29 Paul Eckman, '29 William von Seldeneck, '31 Charles Appel, '30 l Ben Haseltine, '31 Gordon Landreth, '31 VARSITY SQUAD A I HASELTINE VON SELDENECK LANDRETH IjO7zc Hundred Forty Eiglyfjl 060999OQQQQOQOQOOOOQQOQQQQQ .- +0--4-Q0 I SIORIFLAMME 2 O.oofo+ o t 2 f 6 O A QV Q Q 0 0 22 -. 0 7 0 X It I 9 0 0 0 9 O 0 9 0 9 9 9 0 .3..Tiff3IZ7?.. Q 9 0 0 1930 SCHEDULE 0 2 Apr. 12--Gettysburg Cawayj May 2-Bucknell Cawayl 3 H 19-Haverford tfawayj C' 3-Penn State Cawayj 0 H 22-Swarthmore Qhomej " 5-Johns Hopkins Chome Q 0 H 23--Lebanon Valley fhomej H 7-Gettysburg Chomej O Q H 24-Ursinus Qhomej ' 8-Temple Qhomej Q 26--NHYY Cawayj 'i 10-P. M. C. Qhomej 0 Q 29-Sprtngfleld Qhomej H I2--BllCkl1Cll Qhomeb Q . May I-Junlata Cawayj I4-D1Ck1HSOH Cawayj Q Q 9 Q THE RECORD O 0 F. C97 M. Oppbnents . O 0 2 ......... lflavy Cawayj ........... ..... 7 z 0 2 .... .... v ohns Hopkins Cawayj .... ' . . . . . . .N unlata away ....... . . . . 0 4 6 7 ' 4 9 5 o Q 2 .... .... P enn State QaWayQ ..... . . . 5 0 Q 7. . . .... Qebanon Valley fhomej . . . . . . O Q Q 7. .. .... Temple Chomej ........ ... o Q 0 6 .... .... 4 Gettysburg Qawayj . . . . . . 0 Q O 3. . . .... Ursinus Cawayj .... . . . 3 . 9. .. .... Delaware fhomej ... ... 0 O ' 9... .... P.M.C.qh0mep 0 , . 5. . . .... Bucknell fhomej . . . . . . 2 5 0 6... .... Alumni qhomep .. 3 , 4 - .. O 64 2 25 l Q - f0ne Hundred Forty Nincfl 7 9 9 6 9 I U fl I .-....p l93lomrLAM E G++-- o o 6 9 0 O . 6 0 0 0 0 . , o o 4 0 Q 4 4 r 0 O 9 .4 0 -9 0 9 0 9 T0 9 O 9 O 0 ga O O 0 T9 Tennis at Franklin and Marshall Tennis has always been one of the most popular as well as one of the most successful sports at Franklin and Marshall. The team again enjoyed a good season winning eight matches, tying one, and losing three. In fact, these three matches have been the only ones .lost out of the last twenty-five played. During the past season sixty-four points were scored against our opponents' twenty-Eve. The team was composed of Captain Harry Kahler, Charles Appel, Paul Eckman, Ben Haseltine, William von Seldeneck, and Gordon Landreth. Only Captain Kahler and Eckman have been lost through graduation, so it seems reasonable to look forward to another successful season next year. This expectation is strengthened by the fact that the two most promising candidates for this year's additions to the team, John Leaman and Richard Hiestand, have both had wide experience in match play. The tennis season opened on April I3 when the team journeyed to Annapolis where they Went down to defeat at the hands of the Middies by the score of 7 to 2. This was the first defeat suffered by a Franklin and Marshall tennis team in a year and a half. The next week the team went to Baltimore where another defeat was administered them by Johns Hopkins. Juniata, which held the team last year to a 3-3 tie, was defeated 6-o in the next match. Then, at State College, the team lost to the strong Penn State team after a hard battle. The feature of this match was Captain Kahler's victory over the first man on the State team. With three defeats and only one victory to our credit, affairs were now to take a turn for the better, during the remainder of the season six victories were scored and there were no more defeats. Lebanon Valley came to Lancaster and was defeated 7-o with all of the victories in straight sets. Our old rival Gettysburg received the same treatment at Gettysburg where an- other shut out was recorded. Moving to Collegeville, Ursinus was met with a 3-3 tie resulting. This makes the second straight year that F. 85 M. and Ursinus have battled to a tie in tennis. The University of Delaware next came to F. 86 M. and was defeated 9-0. P. M. C. was out- classed by the same score the next day. Bucknell brought a strong team here, but it was de- feated by the score of 5-2. The last match of the season was with the Alumni which is always a tarter. This year, however, the Varsity was ready for them and Won 6-3 after several of the matches had gone to three sets. The Fall Tennis Tournament last year created an unusual amount of interest among the followers of the sport. After a keenly contested battle Charles Appel emerged victorious over Ben Haseltine in the finals. Soon after the tournament closed a committee of the STUDENT VVEEKLY was appointed to rank the fifteen best players, taking into account their showing made in the tournament. In many instances the votes were very close. Following is the selection made by the committee: I- Charles A1ifPff1 6- John Leaman 11. William Rum 2. Ben T-Iaseltine 7. Richard Hiestand 12. Jack Kauffman 3. William von Seldeneck 8. Rollo Watchorn 13. Alfred Tompkins 4. Gordon Landreth 9. Hensel Watchorn 14, Max Bestecki 5' 'lack Rhen 10' Herbert KUIP 15. Joseph Levine f0nc Hundred Fiftyfl 9 0 00+-ogg., .. 3 """99 99oa-9549090 Svviijnnding Coach . .. 1 J. 1. EVANS, JR. Captain .. ............ i.lVlARSHALL CORNINE The Squad Ernest Clark Fred Helwig Harry Miller Marshall Cornine Robert Hoar Robert Schneider Charles Davenport George Killian Richard Schoenthal William Douglas Charles Miller Philip Stoer Stanley Weber VARSITY SQUAD SCHNFIDER SCHOENFHAL HOAR HELVVIG CORNINE NUTLER DAVENPORT STOER WEBER CLARK KILLIAN COACH EVANS f0ne Hundred Fifty Onczl 460009 ll -- Q l93l0RlFl.AMME O'----+ ' 3 - 0 Q O O O 6 O 0 0 0 0 0 9 O 0 9 9 . .0 6 9 0 4 Q o 4 0 o 0 9 . - A 9 O O 9 O 0 9 O O 0 0 THE RECORD F- QM. Opponents SI .... ...Gettysburg .. I5 27... ...Delaware.... ...39 33 ...Lafayette 33 53 ...Gettysburg I3 45... .21 39 ...CarnegieTech. . .. 27 35 ...Cornell ..... .. 31 56 ...johns Hopkins IO .ii I 349 ,39, This year has seen the installation of a legitimate swimming team at F. 85 M. Agitations started by former enthusiasts have proven fruitful. All that was needed was enough initiative for the plunge. With what we should wish to characterize as the F. 81 M. spirit the boys entered the game, and the splash they made was something terrific. The most notable of their many victories was that over Carnegie Tech, and our hats are doffed to the team which refused to stop at a " moral victory." The season opened with an overwhelming victory over Gettysburg, our ancient and most respected opponent in most sports. The score was 51-15. The next meet was with the University of Delaware, a team which at the time had not lost a swimming meet in over a year. Although losing 27 to .39 the going was close all the way. When the check up was made in the next meet with Lafayette it was found that the score was tied at 33 all. However, victory went to Lafayette by virtue of their having won the most first places. Gettysburg, undaunted, journeyed to Lancaster for another try at the Evansmen and again went down under a 53-13 score in the H Y " pool. On a trip through the western part of the state Washington and Jefferson was submerged 45-21 and Carnegie Tech suf- fered the same fate 39-27. ln one of the most exciting and most keenly contested contests of the season Cornell bowed under a 35-31 score. So closely were the two teams matched that the judges first awarded the meet to Cornell, and many of the spectators left the meet with the impression that the visitors had won. A recheck disclosed the error and the F. SC M. swimmers could lay claim to their fifth victory of the season. In passing it seems well to emphasize the all around ability of " Bob " Hoar, the mainstay of the F. 81 M. team and one of the leading scorers of the East. In the first six meets he scored a total of seventy-six points for an average of more than twelve points a meet. The excellent record of the team is due largely to his proficiency. .According to all reports the fine record of the team is not passing un- noticed for an Alumni fund has been started and it is to be hoped that in another year Franklin and Marshall will be able to boast of a pool of its own. fOne Hundred Fifty Tfwoj V up 3 -3' V ll .-. '99-6-96.-099690090 +ofoooQ l93l0RlFl.AMME Of-eo-eo' Q O Q O 9 C V 9 4 " -- 4 0 . N 5 O ' i " A Q 0 9 I Zi 'N 9 0 Ta r 9 ' Q 0 V, -45 ' 0 0 --1 .sg A . M W Q 0 9 0 - 0 Track 9 A 9 O The track season is in full swing with daily practices being held under . Q the watchful guidance of Coach " Uncle Charley " Mayfser. Always re- 0 Q luctant to predict a season's results Coach Mayser admitted when ques- Q Q tioned that a U fair " season is expected. Q Q In the distance runs Stein, ap member of last year's team, and Yoder Q O are showing up to best advantage. Fritz and Pearson excel in the dashes. Q 0 Killian and Johnson are rated among the best in the high jump. ln field Q Q events Schutt and Britton are outstanding. There are numerous others. , 9 9 0 0 Q O Q 9 O 9 9 0 Q 0 0 0 0 A 0 0 0 O Q 9 Q 5 Q 0 Q 9 , 0 TRACK AND CROSS COUNTRY Q 0 me voiua PINNER Bowsns Fmrz Q Q JOHNSON YODER PEARSON KIETHAN 5 IOM' Hundred Fifty Tlzrecj O Q 0 0 O . . I I OQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQ900900009060 l93l 0RlFlAMME Soccer Captain ..... . . . N.S1PPL13 Manager ..... .... A . D. KLECKNER Captain-elect .... ........... S J C. CLARK Manager-elect ...... ........... I . W. RICHMAN Assistant Managers ........... E. S. NOLL, E. RUTH The Team Goal ......... Sidney Freidenberg Right Fullhaele .... Royden Hager Left Fullback .Hardy McConaghy' Right Halfbaek ..... William Pike Center Halfback .... Samuel Clark Substitutes .................... Left Halfbaek . . .VVilliam Luckett Right Uutsieie .... Christ Albright Right Inside ...... Lester Osborne Center ........... William Sipple 4fPava1atos, Brillhart, Hickman, ' LHaase, Bare SOCCER SQUAD SMITH BURNS HICKMAN KLECKNER RUTH RICHMAN NOLL BARE YEAGER FRIEDENBERG CLARK OSBORNE PAVALOTOS STINE WALKER PIKE SIPPLE MCCONAHEY LUCKETT DARLINGTON f0ne Hundred Fifty Fourj I 9 VOOOOQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQ 5 , O 0 9 9 9 9 5 O 9 0 0 0 0 0 O 0 O 0 O 0 O 0 0 +""+O l93l0RlFl.AMME 0------ 1 L F o F THE RECORD F. ci M. Opponents 6 . . .Maryland State Normal Chomej . . . I I . . .VVestern Maryland Chomej ..... . . 4 o . . .U. S. Naval Academy Cawayj . . . . . 4 o . . .Delaware University Cawayj . . . . 5 3 . . .Lafayette Cawayj .......... . . . 4 I . . .Swarthmore fawayj ......... . . . 9 I . . .Western Maryland Cawayj . . . . 2 I2 29 ' Soccer Results The soccer team has had a disastrous season. The lack of a coach in any shape or form is perhaps the most outstanding cause for the poor showing made in all of the games with the exception of the first on the schedule. No one checked up on the players so we can make no comment on their interest or lack of the same. The local H toe and heelers " started off with a set up in Maryland State Normal School and had little difiiculty in trouncing them to the tune of six goals to one. If victory was sweet the taste was soon to disappear for the remainder of the season. Western Maryland was met in the next game and the F. 81 M. booters fell under a 4-I score. Moving to An- napolis with the battle cry " Sink the Navy " the local booters were al- most drowned in the excitement that followed. When it was all over the score stood Navy 4, F. 8: M. o. i The University of Delaware was met away from home and another 5-o score was chalked upon the wrong side of the proverbial ledger. In one of the best games of the season the Lafayette team was held to a 4-3 score. Lafayette had previously held the Army to a I-I tie and was beaten by Swarthmore by only one goal. This is the one game for which the local team deserves credit for the showing which it made. So far F. 8: M. had scored IO goals to IQ for the opponents. The worst, however, was still to come. Why F. 81 M. should tackle a team like Swarthmore's, the Inter-Collegiate Champions we believe, it's diflicult to say. They did, nevertheless and Swarthmore's foreward line peppered F. SC M's goal time after time until only the scorekeeper was sure of the exact figures. When it was all over the count was nine goals to one, according to the official scorer. Franklin and Marshall needs a soccer coach and needs one badly. It is not fair to the players nor to the school to have such miserable records established. May the next year see a recognition of this need on the part of the athletic association. I:0ne Hundred Fifty Fiillfj Q gqooooooo-oQooQoooooo+ 6 O 0 9 O 9 9 0 O 9 6 0 O O 9 . 9 9 O 0 Q . 9 O 9 9 9 9 O 9 O 0 O 9 O 0 6 9 0 0 O 9 0 9 Q ll 9000000 0 .- ': QQQQQQQ l93l 0RlFlAP1ME "' 9 O . A Baseball Coach JAMES TILDEN SHECKARD Manager ROBERT A RANTCK Capmm JAMES M DARL1NoToN After an absence of two years baseball has been revived as an oflicial sport at F 8. M and favorable results are promised A glance at the heavy schedule which will be played this year shows the spirit with which the boys entered the idea. Every effort is being made to produce a wm- ning combination. The coaching will be in the hands of U immy " Sheck- ard, the former Chicago Cub star, with whom co-operation-is assured. After looking over the material, Coach Sheckard said U It's a little early to make any predictions but it is almost a safe bet to say that F. 31 M. will have a good team on the diamond this year." With the renewed enthusiasm which seems to be spreading among the followers of sport, the F. 85 M. nine is almost certain of the solid support of the student body. To inject a bit of prophesy, one feels sure that the results will justify the revival. E 0 9 O O 0 O 0 O 0 0 9 SCHEDULE March . . . practice game . . .Elizabethtown home H ................... Georgetown away H . .h .... A .... ..... N avy away Apri . . . . . . . . . .Penn away H . . . . . . .... Dickinson home . U 7 . . . . . .... Ursinus Qawayj Q II ... ...NIt. St. lWary's Cawayj 9 I2 . . . . .... Delaware fawayj Q IQ . . . . I .... Swarthmore Cawayj I Q ii 23 .... . . . . . . .Eebanon Valley Qhomej Q 25 .-.- . . .Temple Qhomej Q ii 23 --.. . . .Ursinus Chomej . H 29 .... . . .Bucknell fawayj 30 Q .... . . .Penn State Cawayj, . NEW 3 .... . . .Lebanon Valley Cawayj i H 'rt, ' 5 ---- . . .Gettysburg Cawayy Q ' H IO .... . . .Muhlenberg Qawayj Q I4 .... ............. G ettysburg fhomej Q I6 ................... Bucknell Chomej Q fOne Hundred Fifty Sixj 0 0 , 9 sho- Q o 9 Q 9 5 ' I 9 999990059-509904954949 '39 Q , ,N--"""""",-1. .,..1v'--..-M e ,r H, l I ,V Mb y f M v Ui . ' E: I L If W fi ff ig ,f f ,X O .Q E 4 if y +9 Q 413 I 43 I he Cheerleaders E J . X Head Cheerleader ............... . . .IVAN S. FLOOD li Ch 1 4 5 'If eer ea ers at I3 JOHN DAVIS CLAUDE THOMAS Q l GEORGE KILLIAN VVILLIAM VON SELDENECK .f ' The cheerleaders have done a noble bit of Work. Let by head cheer- leader Ivan Flood, they have succeeded in keeping the student body pepped f up throughout the season. And this Was done in spite of the fact that the - 7 students Were somewhat incensed at the loss of their former stands in Z if Williamson Field. 1 2 A Not content merely to lead cheering at the football games they have F widened their scope and now may be seen at all the basketball games and y 5 Wrestling meets as Well. And boy what an incessant racket they have O 5 kept up! The success of Franklin and Marshall teams throughout the an Q year has been due in no small part to the loyalty and ability of these hu- man hyenas. i . E O A' O ' 0 .. V . 9 O 9 O 4 4 0 E 4 e' , f ' i 5 O A V .W . 0 THOMAS VON SELDENECK DAVIS FLOOD O O IOM' Hundred Fifty Selvenl 0 9 6 a n 'F E QMQV 0' A 9 ' " " ' 'i Q O i- Q I I ......Q l93l0RlFl.AMME O'++++ Athletic Summary Considered as a whole Franklin and lVIarshall has enjoyed an unusu- ally successful year in athletics. The wrestlers succeeded in turning in the best record of any sport with eight victories, two defeats and one tie. In addition to this it must be re- membered that practically all of their meets were with schools out of the small college class. The tennis team established another enviable record. Led by Cap- tain Kahler the racqueteers won eight matches by decisive margins, lost three and tied one. With four veterans back this year another good sea- son is anticipated. Perhaps most pleasing of all to Franklin and Marshall students and alumni was the return of the gridders to form after a let down for three years. Under the watchful eyes of H Poss " Miller the football players were rounded into shape with the result that six games were won over against three defeats. The 1929 season stands out in sharp contrast to the three seasons which preceded. The basketball team, while winning only eight games out of a total of twenty, scored several notable victories. Chief among these was a win over G-Burg on a foreign court and a one point victory over Lebanon Valley' which boasted a strong team. The second year of swimming witnessed surprising results. Victories were scored over Washington and Jefferson, Cornell, Gettysburg, Johns Hopkins, and Carnegie Tech. Only the University of Delaware and Lafayette were able to defeat the Evansmen. While the soccer team had a poor season, the lack of a coach was per- haps largely responsible. lt is quite probable that this need will be recog- nized by the athletic committee next year. 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L Gans.- ..,. 1 ,':. sgeannszzagax-usa-'snsrnqrguquuunxmuwun vnauanm-mmm-nnuxua-mea u .wxzzsmuvruxfuz z-nqy:-w-anna rf was-s.1'.x ,.m-3-nga.. 1-. me -, :fu X- K agcmizozzfzbn 'K racxsnru1vuNs1:A'awnmgN,,,,qa--.,.,u,,.w,,K1 ,wr X 6 Franklin ogqan 17.25 f e COZZJVILSLS' agazgis Indzanr 1756 4.55: 1vffnQ4t:ias-n1k3huw.nuez4L1nrvuImauc4-vru'1lal'a Q.' r 3, A J , I l 1 1 i 1 i x , . , , 1 1 I 'v ,,,.' 4 it sg ' x 1 E 4 1 N if :E M M li H i I E. -Qi M W. i W ll Qi s w 1 is 'I w I 0 O 0 O O 0 0 0 O Q 0 0 9 O 0 O 0 O 0 O 0 O O 0 9 0 O to Q 0 o to to o O 0 to 0 6 O 0 0 5 0 o DA '90-t6ooo9t9 931 ORIFLAMME O Organizations at Franklin and Marshall College date back to 1835 when both the Diagnothian and the Goethean Literary Societies were founded. These societies are the third oldest in the United States, and are two of the fvery few literary societies which pos- sess their own halls. The 'various organizations in this section are arranged according to chronological order so as to express the growth of extra-curricular actifoities inore strikingly. There are approximately eighteen organizations of diferent types on the cani- pus to-day. A O0 ooo -,.,999OO0O00OO iagnothian Literar Society Founded I 835 OFFICERS President ......... ............ . .. A. M. HERSHEY Vzce-President .... , H E, H, PHILLIPS Secretary ....... C. R. ALBRIGHT Treasurer . . . L ....... H. C. SNYDER Chaplain .... .... L . C. BRUMBAUGH Monitor .... ...... I . W. MOYER Critic .... ......... -I . B. MUIR A- M- HERSHEY President MEMBERS T. G. Appel G. A. Flexer M D. Person C. R. Appel D. D. Gantt C. D. Rodenberger R. Barley N. Gall C. W. Ryan H. C. Bare C. M. Heintzelman A. C. Rohrbaugh I. S. Bear E. S. Highberger J. B. Rengier J. T. Baker F. R. Hammond E. B. Siratta P. E. Burchfield C. Hammond H C. Steiger T. L. Brubaker A. F. Herr H C. Snyder J. H. Byrne G. W. Keefer S. B. Smith A. A. Czapf A. F. Loeb E. J. Taylor S. C. Clark C. Lewis -I. H. Thatcher L. D. Giovanne A. J. Miller A. D. Voorhees J. E. Dotterer J. B. Muir N. Wessler R. L. Foose F. B. Metzger H S. Yeager C. S. Foltz J. C. Petrie DARLINGTON LOEB ROHRBAUGH FOOSE P DIAGNOTHIAN LITERARY SOCIETY CLARK YEAGER RYAN TAYLOR BURCHFIELD T-IAMMOND MOYER PERSON GANTT LEWIS BRUMBAUGH CZAPF MILLER GIOVONNI A HILLIPS HERSHEY ALBRIGHT WEISBERGER FOLTZ IiOnc Hundrrri Sixty 0716 ll . . 3l URIFLAMME 0 ' ' ' o V ' o ' 4 ' 4 4 V , Q Q New Honorary Dlagnothians I 9 s , 4 CALVIN COOLIDGE . Q Northampton 0 Q Niassachusetts Q November 14, 1929 0 9 Mr. Elias H. Phillips, 0 Franklin and Marshall College, , Q Lancaster, Penna. V Dear Sir: A 0 Q Your letter has been received and I Wish to thank you for the honor which your Society has Q done me. Q , With kindest regards, I am . Q I Very truly yours, . Q Ji CALVIN COOLIDGE Q 9, 9 4 in o Telephones: 9 Kensington 2591 2 CATHCART RoAD 9 6 Studio: I LONDON S. W. ro Q Kensington 7769 N f b :I Dear Mr Phillips, OX em er 22, 1929 z . .I am much obliged to you for the invitation you sent me through the Diagnothian Literary Q Society, and shall be very pleased to accept the honorary membership which is so kindly offered 0 o me. Q .My recent visit to Franklin and Marshall is very fresh and pleasant in my recollection, and . Q - I am happy to have the ,privilege of Xbelng Iurthelr associated with the College. Q ' f , ery sincere y yours 0 I. - it ' 0 it Q ' JOHN DRINKWATER . -9 s s 9 0 . 9 Q Trinity College O ' Cambridge Q England Q Q My dear Sir, l - . 23 Nov. 1929 0 If li D' - - ' - . . . . ' .z:i..::insiha2.is5ifzidi3fi2zi.?fi1i'1,f lffollfsefmes msgs sn img 0 V accept it with gratitude for your good opinion. P Y a am Sensi e O It' an t at 0 O I am yours sincerely, - . 1 Mn. Elias H. Phillips A- E- HOUSMAN 9 , o , Q , 9 V 507169 Hundred Sixty Tfwo J : l o l o .I oooooos U' .l Qoosoooososoooovosoooqo J. G. WALSH President ..... Vice-President Secretary ..... Treasurer .... Critics ...... Chaplain .... President ..... Vice-President .... Secretary ..... Treasurer ..., Critics .... Goethean Literary Society Founded 1835 OFFICERS First Semester ....P. C. SHUMAKER .... R. G. WITWFR R. C. HOFFMAN H. SOWFRS I W. G. LANDRETH I A. K. KNOEBEL W. SMITH Second Sem ester C. A. SIEGFRIED C. HOFFMAN I. LAUCKS D. KNOEBEL Chaplain .... J. Biehl L. B. Brubaker H. Bricker 97 N. H. Donat A. J. Forry H. L. Gerhart O . F. Hagen W. F. Hartman W. S. Herner R. C. Hoffman P. H. Jones A. K. Knoebel I "'1 W. T. WAGNER J, R, RISSER P. C. SHUMAKER MEMBERS F. I. Laucks W. G. Landreth L. D. Loos W. C. Mantz G. Moore J. P. Moore I. R. Risser W. I. Rupp M. R. Schmidt D. W. Sensenig P. C. Shumaker C. A. Siegfried President C. S. Smith R. A. Snyder I. H. Sowers T. E. Starr S. B. Stine H. M. Streeter W. T. Wagner J. G. Walsh F. W. Watts R. G. Witwer H. B. Ziegler fin ' 1 4. -,.. w -1 GOETH EAN LITERARY SOCIETY WALSH KFNDIG LANDRETH LUTZ SCHMIDT SMITH STARR BIEHL LAUCKS KNOEBEL r VIANTZ GREENAWALT HAGEN JONES FELKER GERHARDT SIEGFRIED FORRX SENSENIG BRUBAKER ZIEGLER HOFFMAN SHUMAKER WVITVVER SOYVERS DONAT RUPP HERNER LOOS BRICKER STREETER MOORE f0ne Hundred Sixty Threejl Q, il 's Fl 1 i. ti 5. 1 1 i , 5 gi I: 1 1 i l r i l I 1 2 U 1 I 1 4 , l I i 1 . . , , l93l omrLAMME Goethean Literary Society With the adoption of a pledging system and the initiation of about twenty three new men into membership the Goethean Literary Society has passed through one of the most successful seasons in its career. That literary interests among students here have been aroused to a greater extent than in previous years is attested to by the consistency of attendance at all meetings and the type of programs presented. . Two outstanding developments have marked theprogress of.the soci- ety thus far this year-the introduction of a pledging system similar in many respects to that employed by the fraternities, and the adoption of a new constitution. Under the pledging system new men voted into the society receive pins and for a period of three weeks are considered as " pledge members." At the expiration of that time they are received into the society as regular members. The general character of the programs thus far has been of the high- est type. With a view to creating interest among all members the com- mittee in charge has arranged topics that ranged in subject matter from essays on electrical questions to orations on the gods of ancient Greece Current topics discussed weekly have been exceedingly informative and in the main of universal interest. Several times informal discussions on literary subjects have been con- d dh . h Q .-.o ucte w en each member contiibuted something concerning the question alt hand. By bringing the speaker and fellow members into closer contact t ey have served a very useful purpose. With the advent of spring the society is making preparations for the annu ld b t ' h ' ' ' ' . a e a e wit the rival Diagnothians and an oratorical contest among its own members. Much promising material recently initiated into the societ stands , Y ready to take the place of those who will be graduated in June and thus it 13 that after Pollltlng Wlth a feeling of pride to the achievements of the ?21Sf SCEISOI1 they can optimistically plan for increased success in the year o come. fOne Hundred Sixty Fourj ll .. +.0 000000 000-00000- . 499000000000 X X XX .nv If If X X X .X ,X X .X .X .X .X. .X X .X XxX .X XXX ,X X X X X. X X. X. X. X X. X. X X X .9 6 Q 0 O 0 O 0 O O 0 6 0 0 0 O Q. Q. 0 O O O O 0 9 0 y O O O 0 O 0 9 0 9 0 0 0 . X 0 0 9 0 9 O +0-00-O l93l0RlFl.AMME- iQ....- Combined s Musical Clubs A .Review of the 1929 -1930 S 6515071 , R' S' GROFF S. B. SMITH, JR. Jllanagff Director Throughout the past year the Combined Musical Clubs have been busily engaged in rehearsing for the present season. The result is a fine organization With every member cooperating and helping to make the sea- son a success. After several concerts in Lancaster and the vicinity the Clubs Were ready to journey into more distant fields. The first of these Was the long- awaited trip to Pittsburgh Where the Clubs had the distinction of broad- casting a half hour program from station KDKA. Later, through the untiring efforts of Manager Groff, trips were made to northern and cen- tral Pennsylvania. In addition, a number of one-night concerts were ar- ranged. Both the Manager, R. S. Groff, and the Director, S. B. Smith, Jr., are to be commended for their fine Work during the year. Manager Groff arranged a schedule Which is comparable to the best in the history of musical Work at Franklin and Marshall. To Director Smith must go the credit for the excellent taste shown in the selection of the various numbers as Well as the careful training evinced by the members. In this Work he Was ably assisted by R. L. Foose of Green Room Club fame, who took charge of the several short skits which Were presented. These were again put in the program after the Clubs had forsaken the dramatic Held for several years. The Director Was also assisted by C. K. Rutter, who pro- duced a compact and harmonious Glee Club Orchestra which featured modern o ular selections. All of these units were pleasingly combined P P to form a most enjoyable program. a I:0ne Hundred Sixty Fzfvejl 0-00990000009QQQQQQQQQQOQQQQQ QQ 6 O 0 0 0 0 Q 0 O 9 O 0 9 X 0 0 0 Q 9 6 o 4 o 0 o 0 -9 9 r l L ' - . . . . O l93l URIFLAMME ' ' ' + - O ll 0 0 of l A Lv... 2 l .. I li l w 1, ,. 9. ll i A l. ,. Glee Club GLEE CLUB COOPER HARNER HOUSTED THOMAS BAER PIERCE HAUPT GAYLEY THOMAS STERN LUTZ MOORE PITTMAN RODENBERGER WITVVER MANTZ PENNYPACKER GAYLEY MOWRY MCNAB BENTZ BEAR AMBLER CLEM GROFF SMITH FRANTZ HENSINGER REICHARDT BARTON 5 Q OFFICERS 0 Director . .. ........... S. B. SMITH, JR., '30 . Manager ......... ......... R . S. GROFF, '30 . Asszstant Managers . . C. D. RODENBERGER, '31 ' R. G. VVITWER, '31 9 ldecemparzist ......... . . C. B. PIERCE, '32 9 A55zSz'anz'.4ec01npani51f . . . . . H. 0. MANTZ, '33 Q Preszdent. ............ .. B. FRANTZ, '30 Q Vzce-Preszdent . . . . . H. CLEM, '30 Q Secretary .... ........ . H. K. GAYLEY, '32 0 MEMBERS Q FIRST TENOR I. H. Ambler, '30 R. G. W't , , z H. L. Hensinger, 330 E- H. 31 E- R. Moore, B FIRST BASS ' aw. G-R. Mew. Q , ' MOWTY, 32 R. VV. Stem '3' F. N. Cooper, 32 H. 0. Mantz, 333 ' 9 2 I S B SECOND TENOR ' ' ears 'fig H. Clem, '30 P B H . s , R- C- Benfz, so P. K. Reichardf, '30 FI G1 Pearl1:'3?If21cS2.r Q F. R. Pittman, '33 . H G B SECOND BASS . . arton, '30 H. K Ga 1 , C, D. R d b , ' Y 925 32 J. VV. Gayley, 'H3 0 0 en efgef, 31 C. Baer, 33 E. O. Haupt, ,333 0 0 900000 B. Jones, '33 l0ne Hundred Sixty Sixjl 0 l ?'6 3 """O l93l0RlFl.AMME ------ 4 A I I C O .l .l l, x I 1 fl. ln X 4 1 :J-ti3t?'tA:c :Q zcicjsht s l O Q 5 0 . Q ' 4 0 . O 0 Trograz m z 9 Q PART I ' Q Q I. cz. College Songs , . q 5- 'C Where My Caravan Has Rested " ....... .... L ohaf Q , c. " Yonder, Yonder " ....................... . . . Gaines 0 Violin Obligato by Gerald Husted . z one Club 9 O 2. Quartette-H The Serenaders " Q 0 AQILLIJIKEIIQILZZER .................. ...... F irst Tenor z , 11!I0WRY'.'.'.'.'.'.'. .. """' . . ODENBERGER ...... ...... S econd Bars Q X 3. cz. Kilties Mareh ". . . . . . . ........ MZl1'Chi507l 0 b. To Arms! .... .......... . .... IV Iaunder 9 , Glee Club Q 5 T Q . PART H , 4. F. and M. C3166 Club skit : Q H If Men Played Cards as Women Do 'l g 5 Directed by R. L. Foose, '30 A 9 PART IH Q 5 5. F. and M. Cwlee Club Grchestra 9 Q I Directed by C. K. Rutter, '30 0 0 0 PART IV 3 , 6. " Daughters of Time " ................. . . . Gaul . . Baritone Solo--F. N. Cooper . 7. Quartette-U Colored Harmony " : Q J. H. AMBLER .......................... ...... Firxt Tenor H. I. CLEM ...... ................. ....... S e cond Tenor 0 Q G. R. MCNAB ....... .. ........ First Bass Q O H. K. GAYLEY ........................... ...... S econd Bass . Q 8. a. H The Gypsy Trail " ............. ......... G alloway , O 19. " Softly The Shades of Even Fall ". . ......... Wilso1z Q c. " Jugo-Slav Lullaby " ................ .... A therton z Q Baritone Solo by J. B. Frantz 9 d. " Alma Mater " 4 Glee Club Q IOM' Hundred Sixty SKWUTZJ ' 9 9 I Q I - Q9954999990QQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQ .- ' l 1 F I I l 1 lf in 1 ' l 1 1 I Q l 1 Glee Club rchestra . i i 1 5 l v l E , ' Q l i l l l l , i r l ,rlilfpl l "Gill f F g . I i , l i 5 S i l 'l f 9 i Dec E Dec. gl Dec , Jan. Feb. , Feb. V Feb. Feb. 7 Feb. l 4 I I l , i s l , I 1 l 1 l l GAINES ALEXANDER HUSTED RUTTER THOMAS MEMBERS J. P. ALEXANDER, '3o .......... ....... P iano C. W. THOMAS, '30 .... . . Banjo, Violin G. W. HUSTED, '32 .. ....... Violin C. K. RUTTER, '30 . . . .... Snxoplzone J. S. GAINES, Ill, '31 . . . . . . . .... . . Drums, Violin Concert Schedule for the Combined Musical Clubs for the Season of 1929-1930 3 .... ..... R ossmere Sanitarium, City Feb. 26 .... .... H azelton, 7. . .. ......... West Lampeter, Pa. Feb. 27 ...................... Tamaqua, I4 ................. East Lampeter, Pa. Mar. 7 ..................... Allentown, 25 ..................... Neflsville, Pa. April 16, Radio Station YVGAL, LancaS 6, Radio Station WJAC, Johnstown, Pa. Pa, 6 ...................... Johnstown, Pa. April 24 .......,........,..... Reading, 7 ...................... Pittsburgh, Pa. April 25 ...................... Palmyra, S, Radio Station KDKA, Pittsburgh, Pa. April 30, Hensel Auditorium, College Cam 23, First M. E. Church, City, C. W. E. May 2 .......................... York, Program IOM' Hundrfd Sixty Eiglztl Pa. Pa. Pa. ter, Pa. Pa. pus Pa. Green Room Club Founded I 899 OFFICERS . President ........ . ....... T. L. MULLAN Secretary ................ H. B. ZIEGLER Business Managei' ........... R. L. FOOSEA Director ......... PROP. DARRELL LARSEN' T. L. MULLAN President MEMBERS C. C. Balmer G. C. Evans H. S. Morgan F. Smeltzer D. N. Conlan R. L. Foose T. L. Mullan YV. L. Stine F. N. Cooper O. E. Hagen G. Walsh S. B. Stein L. Di Giovonni A D. Knoebel P. Alexander H. B. Ziegler R. C. Eroh C. S. Leinbaeh HEELERS Abram Herr Ernest Clark Charles Foltz Reuben Moore Frank Pennypaeker John Muir John Rengier Robert Katzenstein Jack Slape Karl Kresge Melvin Hoy Perry Kendig Frank Mettfett Ralph McCuen Fred Sweeton YValter Baldwin Chris Nissley Arthur Sergeant Christy Albright Paul Nagy l - GREEN ROOM CLUB MORGAN HERR MUIR FoLTz VVALSH ALBRIGHT COOPER KNOEBEL FEARON LETHBRIDGE STEIN Mrrfrrizrr ciovoNN1 CONLAN s LTZER EROH PRoF.LARsEN MULLAN Fooss znsousn I:Orze Hundred S ixty Nine Il y 1 i ,i 'i i 1 l li l i 5 l 8, s l . i -vang., -n.....f l 3 ,......Y,-v, ...nf fy,-V, vi T a l 1 W, l li 9 ll - --...Q l93lomn.AMME O-Q-+++ ' O O , I 0 I O I Green Room Club ACKIVIKICS 0 Thirty one years ago, during the season of 1898-1399, a small group 0 of Students formed a dramatic club. A new venture, it soon turned out Q to be one of the most successful organizations. on the campus. Q The record of the Green Room Club during the past three years has Q been exceptionally fine. During the short .period 1n which our director, , Darrell Larsen, has been with us, rapid strides have been made in effect- ing a complete and efficient organization in all phases of dramatic Work. . With pardonable pride We lay claim to the fact that our club is the equal Q of any similar organization at any of the other colleges of the size of 9 Franklin and Marshall in this section of the country. 9 V The aim of the club is not so 'much to produce men Who Will be able to Q take their places upon graduation as professional actors, managers, stage Q directors, or property men, but rather to afford valuable experience along t all lines of dramatic Work to all the students. To this end all positions Q in tllile lasts, busineps delpartment, and stage crew are open to competition at t e eginning o eac year. At the same time the Club aims to ro- ! duce plays Which are both entertaining and interesting to our patrons Svho support us so well each year. 9 Our record would indicate that in some measure We have succeeded. 9 From the point Where it was highly speculative as to Whether the club Q would be able to produce one play a year, We have come to the place Where Q We can announce our schedule of four productions at the beginning of the 5 year. In competition With other colleges of the stage the Green Room Q Club has met W1.th'unusual success. In the Pennsylvania Inter-Collegiate Q Dramatic ASSOC1Ht1C?H,S tournamentin 1928 We Were fortunate enough to Q ylvlrnllsleoond place with our production of Lord Dunsany's " A Night at z 1 Last lyear in the same contest, held at Gettysburg, We captured first E ace vyith our presentation. of When the Ship Goes Down." The mem- t 621380 t e cast received high praise for their Work in both these produc- , ber Thel figst Prpgluctqonlcgf the current college year took place on Novem- ' dmii bg Iiendaiilriiu i ihf mowing fouf Omact PWS: U COPYW a Q Fire H byliatharin inning, Minnie F1elds.,' by E. P. Conkleg U Cease O COl'1'1ddY5E3Y Philli C-TVI wily andTJOhn CQHIHS5 and H P0keYvH 3 CMOOH 5 best and all of the oe er. he acting in these plays Was of the Very i . men Who took a part in their rod ct' d l 9 utmost praise and credit. The rod t' ' P u Ion ,CSFWC he ' U Captain Brassbound's Converp 'llclion which deserves Special note, 9 Presented on January 16 I9 O S1TIh' Y George Bernard Shaw' was 0 cessful productions in tlie hiistor oflstiroigidbto be one of the most Suc- Q plays will be presented this year.Y C u i TWO more full length 0 f0ne Hundred Scfv rt Q 0 1 yj I I 99 o9oQ.sQ999999,, .3 l QOQQQQ-QQQQQQO I v s I 5 l l he Student Weekly l l Weekly pulrlication, published and managed by students i I Member Intercollegiate Nefwsjbaper Association of Middle Atlantic States Being the Union in 1918 of THE COLLEGE STUDENT, Founded 1881, and THE F. 85 M. WEEKLY, Founded ISQI. M l Editor-in-Chief. . .CHARLES R. APPEL, '3O Mon. Editor. .W. GORDON LANDRETH, '31 , News Editor ..... J. GORMAN WALSH, '32 Bus. Mon. . . . . . .ROBERT S. HERR, '31 Ado. Man. .. ...C. H. BISHOP, IR., '32 Cir. Mon. . . . . .F. W. FEIGHTNER, '32 l C. R. APPEL Editor 4 Assistant Managing Editor Columnist Photograph Editor 5-15, ' Frank R. Hammond, '32 Charles S. Foltz, Jr., '31 David Conlan, '32 ' Associate News Editors R. C. Albright, '32 C. I. Lewis, '32 R. A. Snyder, '31 T. G. Appel, '33 J. B. Rengier, ,32 H. K. Bare, 733 1. W. Farmer, '32 P. H. Shollenberg, ,32 K. W. Kissinger, '33 First Assistant Business Managers H. G. Pierce, '33 F. E. Coho, '32 J. W. Moyer, '32 l F l l THE STUDENT WEEKLY STAFF PIERCE COHO FOLTZ FEIGHTNER APPEL MOYER SNYDER LEWIS SCHOLLENBERG BISHOP ALBRIGHT WALSH HERR APPEL LANDRETH HAMMOND I:0ne Hundred Sefventy Oneil l I E Q 9 f S! l Y. M. C. A. Cabinet SENIOR CABINET OFFICERS President ................ E. H. Phillips ViC6'P1'e5ident. . . Y , , ,I. H. SOWC1-S Secretary .... ..P. C. Shumaker Treasurer ..... ...... C. B. Pierce Faculty Advisor. . . .Dr. P. M. Limbert MEMBERS N. H. Donat M. D. Person L. B. Brubaker E. H. Phillips P. C. Shumaker FRESHMAN CABINET President ........... , ............................ E. I. Taylor A. J. Forry J. B. Frantz C. D. Rodenberger A. B. Toth P. H. Jones H. B. Ziegler F. I. Laucks J. W. Moyer I. H. Sowers Vice-President ........ ......................... Secretary-Treasurer ............. ..................... MEMBERS F. J. Lapi C. I. Lewis J. E. Dotterer D. H. Huffer I. W. Beres T. G. Appel I. L. Funk R. H. Moore R. O. Swope G. T. Thumm B. B. Zacharias l l G. H. Bricker T. B. Metzger P. R. Stoer W. S. Herner E. H. PHILLIPS President A. K. Knoebel L. C. Brumbaugh A . M. Hershey C. B. Pierce D oos G Appel Rupp J. D.Biehl L. D.Loos J- J- Nagy W. J. Rupp F. D. Gerhard Y. M. C. A. CABINET FORRY TAYLOR LAUCKS YEAGER VVITVVER HERSHEY R pp Loos KNOEBEL JONES FRANTZ ZIEGLER U DONAT SHUMAKER sowERs PROILLIMBERT PHILLIPS PIERCE BRUMBAUGH I I H0716 Hundred Scfvcnly Three ' PERSON RODENBERGER BRUBAKER 900709 :Z .....O l93l0RlFl-ANNE O"" "Y" Activity of the Season This year has been unique in the history of the. Y. M. C. A. at F. SC M. from Several points of view. ln co-operation with the Student Senate a more extensive programme for Freshman VVeek was inaugurated and car- lledfhecgginpdillgcifreat was held at Nissley's Hotel in Landisville, at which time agenda for the approaching season of activity were formulated. We had the pleasure of having as guests Mr. H. B. Ingalls., of the Middle At- lantic Council, and Mr. L. H. Kohl, of the State Council. . As was the case last year, a Freshman Cabinet was organized and has functioned splendidly under the leadership of L. D. Loos.. It has effi- ciently assisted the Senior Cabinet in attending to minor details as well as conducting discussion groups for members of the Freshman Class. During the year, Franklin and Marshall was represented at all of the major conferences held in this area. At the Eaglesmere summer con- ference there were 9 delegates, at the Reading Conference 15, at the Buck Hill Falls Conference 7. Too, the F. 85 M. Cabinet was host to the Pennsylvania State Council, as well as numerous State and Middle At- lantic committees, and the Cabinets of Gettysburg and Dickinson. A financial drive for funds to be distributed among agencies entirely off campus was conducted with a great deal of success. Distribution of a sum well over 3500 has been distributed to various groups and in par- ticular to Rev. Bucher in China, and Dr. Staudt in Baghdad. This latter contribution helped make possible the addition to the equipment of the American School for Boys there of a dormitory. On grounds of greater efficiency and a definite moral problem, the Cabinet of the F. 81 M. Y. M. C. A. formally removed its support and cooperation from the Pennsylvania State Council. In all quarters, the removal.of this impediment has been commented upon as being a very progressive step. AS 15 Usual, quite a group of distinctive speakers were brought to the Campus underthe auspices of the " Y." Our list has included Dr. Bruce Curry, of Union Seminary, Rev. Allan Chalmers of Buffalo' Dr Ells- . 7 9 ' Worth? emment ICCYUFCFQ Dr. P. VanDusen, of Union Seminary, Bishop Francis McConnell, the President of the Federal Council of Churches, Dr. Tweedy, of Yale University. A. Christian VVorld Educational Institute was carried on during two days in the various classrooms at , h' h D w 1C r. George Stewart, Chester H. ROWIE5 TUUQHZ and C. Corbett were the guest speakers. H t t Igiilg thedentire year, it has been the expressed desire of the Cabi- will O 3 Uefd. Of tl1C'C2t1npus and to. what extent this has been done H vary accoi ing to individual ieactions to the policy of the HY." owever the att . - - ' Cmpfs have been sinceie, and there is a certainty that there are some students who have been favorably affected ICOM' Hundred Scfverzty Fouril vs """'0v-use-ooo-QQQQQQO' W. riflamme Staff I 93 I STAFF Editor-in-Chief ...... ..... ....... W . Gordon Landreth I Business Manager ....... .. ...... Kenneth C. Sandridge G, LANDRETH Managing Editor ........... William W. von Seldeneck K. C- SANDRIDGE Editor flsszstant Managing Editor ........ George A. Mace, Jr. Business lllanagez ASSOCIATE EDITORS Athletics.. .... .... B enjamin W. Haseltine fR0bert S, Herr Fraternztzes.. .. ......... Clair G. Frantz Classes .... ..... 4 F. Coleman Funk Organizations .... ..... P aul C. Shumaker lOlaf E. Hagen ART EDITORS Jacob E. Fritz Frank Mettfett BUSINESS STAFF Assistant Business Manager .... ..................... ..... W i lbur S. Felker Adfvertising Manager .............................................. .... C hester M. Pontz Circulation Manager ................................................ .... C harles L. Tritt ASSISTANT ADVERTISING MANAGERS Russell G. Witvver Albert L. Kleckner Robert R. Harner ASSISTANT CIRCULATION MANAGERS Martin L. Leymeister Cameron M. Geisel Lawrence A. Poole ORIFLAMME STAFF HASELTINE SHUMAKER METTFETT FUNK rkrrz FRANTZ GEISEL HAGEN KLECHNER HARNER VVITYVER POOLE BURG HERR LEYMEISTER HOVIS TRITT FELKER SANDRIDGE LANDRETH SELDENECK M.-XCE fOne Hundred Sefoenty Fiwel Organization for the eultifvation of in President P. E. BURCHFIELD homas C. Porter Scientific Society terest and resenrelz in scientific studies Founded IQ 1 1 OFFICERS Vice-President ...... Secretary-T1'ea5zi1'e1' . President IMEMBERS H. S. Brady J. F. Fennel J. A. Kell P. E. Burchfield R. H. Frahm J. F. Keithan F. B. Copenhaver J. S. Gates R. W. Long A. A. Czapf H. S. Good H. C. Lutz J. M. Darlington C. P. Hammond J. J. Moore J. J. Dotterer E. D. Horner M. D. Person R. G. Eppley W. S. Herner R. G. Phillips F. W. Feightner F. L. Herring C. H. Portser G. T. Weist ..P. E. BURCHFIELD ...M. D. PERSON J. M. DARLINGTON F. F. Renoll R. A. Saylor D. W. Sensenig P. F. Schminke J. C. Sherger E. L. Snyder C. VV. Siller R. D. Voorhees THOMAS C. PORTER SCIENTIFIC SOCIETY HERRING FRAHM PORTZER vooRHEEs Yonriz WIEST PHILLIPS SENSE ' NIG SNYDER GERHARDT CZAPF KoPP12NH.wPR DARLINGTON PERSON BURCHFIELD VVEISCERBER cvrrs liOne Hundred Sefvenfy Six I O 0 P P P 0 r O I P P O D P O 9 0 G O O O O 0 0 Q O O -O 0 O 9 0 0 0 O O 0 9 0 6 9 6 0 0 9 ll 9 CSN Tip DC f X Z , 5 fo Q E ' f 9' t 'if .- ..GO X . d gf : 9 1929-1930 Activity ' ' T f Nineteen years ago ay group of students wishing to broaden their knowledge in the scientific field met and officially organized the Porter Scientific Society. In enrollment and activity it has gradually gained mo-- mentum. Today not only are the discussions held by students but also by men nationally known in the scientific field. The first meeting of the IQZQ-1.930 year -was held in Diagnothian Literary Society Hall. At this time the older members exchanged greet- ings and welcomed the new aspirants. All were delightfully entertained by Prof. VV. E. Weisge1'be1', who spoke of the aims of the society, its his- tory, and of the life of the eminent botanist, theologian, and general bi- ologist, Thomas E. Porter, whose name graces our order. Prof. Long also gave a very interesting talk on the qualities of a good scientist. At the time of this writing two additional meetings have been held, the lecture of each meeting having been given by ahman who is recognized as being an authority in his respective field of 1'e'se"a1'cli. 9 ' At the first regular lecture, Dr. H. A. Neville, of Lehigh University, gave avery interesting lecture on the subject H Catalysis: lts Theoretical Possibilities and Limitations." This lecture was delivered to an excep- tionally large audience composed of students, faculty members, and mem- bers of the Research Division of the Armstrong Cork Co. with whom the Society cooperated in bringing Dr. Neville to Lancaster. ' The second meeting was largely attended and was also highly in- structive. T Dr. Graham Edgar delivered an excellent lecture on " Knock Suppression in the Gasoline lVIotor." Dr. Edgar is at present Director of, Research of the Ethyl Gasoline Corporation. - . Much promise is held for the future success of the Society and the members are confident that the achievements and advancements of the past years will continue. A fO1ze Hundred Sc-vcnly Sz'-vrnil O f o o - O ' Q 0 .53 O 0 0 , 9 0 O 9 O 0 0 O O O 0 9 O 0 . 0 O 6 9 O 0 0 9 6 O O 0 6 O 9 0 9 9 .. ll OFFICERS First Semester Vice-President. . .. ... Secretary ....... ................ Treasurer ..... .................. Second Semester President ......... ................ Vice-President .... . . Secretary ....... . . . President ....... ................... B- B- LETHBRIDGE Treasurer .......... . President MEMBERS R. E. Borger ...... .... P hi Kappa Sigma B. B. Lethbridge... T. G. Confer ..... .......... S igma Pi M. E. Mohr ..,.. M. Cornine, Jr.. .. ..... Unorganized H. M. Overley. . . . . J. M. Darlington. Ka a Sigma C. W. Patterson. .. R. L. Foose ...... VV. F. Hartman.. A. R. Herr ...... H. L. Kulp ..... VV. G. Lanclreth. ...... pig i . ..... Delta Sigma Phz .... Phi Sigma Kappa . .......... Unorganized Lambda Chi Alpha E. H. Phillips ..... C. C. Siegfried ....... F. S ... . ........ Unorganized . M. Ryan ....... B. Ste1n ......... H. B. Zlegler .............. Phi Kappa Tau S. Sollenberger .... ........ Student Senate An organization for the regulation of all student actifvities .B. B. LETHBRIDGE .. E. BORGER E. H. PHILLIPS H. B. ZIEGLER E. H. PHILLIPS W. G. LANDRETH .C. W. PATTERSON C. M. PONTZ ...Sigma Delta Rho Unorganized ...Alpha Pi Unorganized Unorganized ....Unorganized Unorganized .Chi Phi Phi Kappa Psi OVERLEY STUDENT SENATE CONFER RYAN STEIN HARTMAN LAN DRE f SIEGFRIED ZIEGLER LF TH DARLINGFON BORGER .THBRIDCE PHILLIPS FOOSE fOne Hundred Seventy Eigllfj - - - - -0 l 3l omrlmnmz O-. . . . -. , Student Senate Un looking over the history of the Student Senate during the past year, the observer cannot fail to note that the Senate has been unusually alert to student needs, and sensitive to student opinion. Too, it may be said that never has it exercised to so great an extent the prerogatives granted to it, as has been the case this year. Beginning the year's activity With a strong freshman Week programme, in co-operation With the College Y. M. C. A., a successful year was fore- shadowed. Aside from this pre-college Week for the Frosh, the Froshter Was published, Freshman rules Were carried into effect with the aid of the Druids, various contests were arranged between the Frosh and the Sopho- moresg all of this was a distinct help to the Freshmen. e During football season, the Senate sponsored several dances, all-col- lege theatre parties, parades, mass meetings, a bon-fire, and various other activities which tend to arouse and maintain enthusiasm during this season. With the Freshman situation Well in hand, and the football season at an end, the Senate turned to activities along another line. Among the first of these, was a congress of extra-curricular activities. Perhaps one of the most progressive innovations effected was the plan of Senator Lan- dreth on the annual all-campus election day. At this time, officers for the various classes andstudent organizations Which see Ht will be elected. Not only by thisplan will therepbe greater efficiency in carrying out elec- tions, but also there will be a more intense interest shown on the part of the students. In addition to this and the various revisions and amend- ments to the constitution, perhaps of greater interest has been the Senate's investigation as to the possibility 'of inaugurating the Honor System. The difficulty in handling this proposition can be appreciated, and so the Senate is to be congratulated in its method of attacking the problem. It is need- less to mention that there are numerous other pieces of legislation enacted by this body. No matter whether one may Hnd himself in hearty co-operation with the Senate or be opposed to its policies, he must agree that. at last this body is rapidly coming to realize its possibilities and to find itself. fOne Hundred Smlcnty Nincil 9 3 0 0 0 0 Q C 9 9 ,,,,,,,,QqoooooooQ if l 3-A gi. .1 l I fi 1 . V, I I I tl 6 ., o , . O l S , E 1 0 til 0 o 0 225 0 S. o o if o ' . i n N. - i I P l ,, Xi- 0 9 0 1 . 9 O E . .4 at i' f 1 1 Q 0 p. 0 1 Q . O 9 gi i O 0 Vs. 0 it 1. i Vxx. 3, La i 1 2 o li Q o 5 0 0 0 9 Q 0 fi 9 2 2 9 2 . 6 0 A 9 . o ' 1 Q . 9 Fi I' . 1 I ' ' i ii. I Post Prandial Club An honorary after-dinner speaking club for Seniors and Juniors Founded I 9 I 9 OFFICERS President .......... . .E. H. PHILLIPS L Secretary-Treasurer. . . . . .R. L. Foosit E. H. PHILLIPS President MEMBERS Seniors L. Foose J. B. Muir E. H. Phillips M. Frantz C. M. Nissley H. B. Ziegler S. Leinbach M. D. Person Juniors G. Dietrick B. W. Haseltine T. L. Mullan E- Hagen VV. G. Landreth C. M. Ryan POST PRANDIAL CLUB HAGEN HASELTINE NISSLEY MU LLAN LANDRETH PERSON 1' - MUIR ZIEGLER PHILLIPS FOOSE RYAN DIHRICIX f0ne Hundred Eighfyj PUB 3 ,Ibn se Q 7. 1. . 1 x ' I .f x H x -, W , .1 fx i is I X 1' in -5 x .u 3 F. V: I A ...ees -ltil -e--wt N Cf R i X xi . d X fF01'llIL'1'I-1' The Black Cal Sociftyj Established 1928 T :I x. 45. OP FICE RS Qiyxs ' I xx- P7'65ICe67If ..... , ,RUSSELL OAKES Vice-President . . ........ HARRY EMAN Secretary .... . . .DOUGLAS LAWRANCE Treasurer . . ...... WM. BRITTON R, F, GAKES Prfsirlwzt MEMBERS ' SENIORS JUNIORS SOPHOMORES ,gh C- R- APPEI G- B- Killian C. T. Druckenmiller I, H.. R. E. Borger J. Vorosmarti P, M, Hollinger fe-X W. L. Stine YV. von Seldeneck G. H. Horst Z! XF' H. mr. StOl'lCDZlCk M. POIHZ Bowers ,fx H. L. Kulp D. B. Johnson R, E, Ranck V J. M. Darlington H. F. Weiss J, S, Whitman Q, T. H. Confer J. B. White R. F. Oakes ' H. O. Fisher C. L. Tritt J. R. Bachman O I. S. Flood K. C. Horner D. A. Lawrance 6+ s J. T. Schutt IW. E. Wiebush F. M. Whitenight F. D. Gardner VJ. H. Britton gf E. D. Horner H. VV. Smoker ,f F. S. Sollenberger fig? U 4? JK Y Q? 4'3- Q12 G Ill DRUIDS O CONFER FISHER VON SELDENECK SCHUTT APPEI. fi' HOLLINGER STONEBACK DARLINGTON 'I'RI'I"l' XYHITM.-XR num' wH1'r12N1GH'r is? RANCK BACHMAN OAKES BRITTON bXlOlxER liO11f Hzzzzdrrd Eigllfy 01101 5 . Emi ':ii9?i::4GCi0QQ Z Z ' 5 N25 l R. E. Borger i lack P ramid Founded IQ2 I H senior nbnnrary society M J' Pfwidenf - .pri in . .F. D. GARDNER plpl ..,. E. H. PHILLIPS p Secretary and J Treasurer, H. W. STONEBACK F. D. GARDNER President MEMBERS C. R. Appel R. L. Foose E. H. Phillips H. M. Frantz J. T. Schutt T. G. Confer F. D. Gardner W. N. Sipple J. M. Darlington E. D. Horner H. W. Stoneback H. O. Fisher H L. Kulp H. B. Ziegler 4 I BLACK PYRAMID ZIEGLER FOOSE DARLINGTON FRANTZ S IPPLE FISHER SCHUTT PHILLIPS CONFER GARDER STONEBACK KULP f0ne Hundred Eighly Tfwol , ra 'V ,,,,,.. ,FJ 5,,.qf'!fZF?.?'-v- ,....'.:,,fff??-p..,,. Uy,...1.., , ..-' v'-A-f.,LhA N fx Rf A I S N Z3-ZX.. ,Q 'fdlif-sf 'T ETP-'Tl ?'! ,. . Y' ' -f . h ' .. wffyzf- -RN Iifiiffigi- 2.5 gil 32 Ba- U R-. Pr-ff? f ls R W YS" f":1':::-:UN l S L 3 y Q U ""-"' 211 ' 1. I ' U fm- gd-49' "'kf ,ff ' Rf"' ' A A ... ,M f W1 A f'i'f1+'fR 'M-.5 m,,f'mg.,,1f,,fgg, ' fi .W-rue: -f ' ' 4' 2" F Q Q 6 Q 9 0 0 6 4A D V .. ohn arshall aw Club Founded 1 9 2 8 4 OFFICERS Firxt Sczrzfnftw' gm1fRmt77?'7""f 'Q 1 ' HERSHHY S Wh r li'i.TIiff-f5C- S- FOLTZ . . , ,, . . , ,.,,,,,. . I .D N' fm' ya'-'jf ' -"-" AL'-zifgf geigfi, LANDRETH T reasureri .... ff ,.w:A ........... C CLARK J 'C' Nlw-S:.,Xf.'.'-'T'Til!"-.-"1 ' A", S.'r"'f' ., Xi:G..E:4Q?i TW' Sc1Zi0.n2if19le?11c5ler fi iw. ,L.Wg..l1:.2..:Qi WFfW'i?f: PfL'5id'6'f1f A - - "" ' ......... . S. C. CLARK VIC?-Pf0J1dU7lfi ........ f..Q'QLL'X9gg.'laMi,'f ..... T.-. . . . .C. S FOLTZ 4 A, ..:-:.: Y.5f1iQ.wI.,La rw :gi-3 v ' LANDRETH L W, REED . zldfvzsor. . g ffl-4ff-.31 .ggi-"tl K, KUNKEL Nt! ' JN. P. -tw w xgwi WG? fW,Q"ud HERSHEY 33 1- QW 3 Q M e?QgW..2fS'g'lAf, Q 3.gj Q.XjgjlfwX M35 fy. .uw :lk my N PfBJIlfU7lf '- . ' "" 'M' L'+'w',.w.r.pj LM S- C- Clfirk I W. C. Miller H. P. Stager L. D. GIOVODDI S. W. Rfeed S, B, Stein C' S- Foltz J. W. Rlchman R. W. Steventon A. NI. HeLshey R. VV. Roschy E, J, Taylor G. B. Kxlllan H. C. Rudberg J. H. Walter W. Cr. Landreth C. M. Ryan H, S, Yeager J. Levine R. A. Snyder 4. P 4 4 P Pi P9 4 JOHN MARSHALL LAVV CLUB FOLTZ YEAGER STEIN 4 RUDBERG TAYLOR STEVENTON RYAN GIOVONNI STAGER PROF. KUNKEL CLARK HERSHEY LANDRETH LEVINE 1 IOM' Hurzdrfd Eiglzly TllI'F6':l 9 C "" .. A. . .-owe--Qodwao-QQYOQQQQQQQ 4-0-0000-Q---0-1001!-6 0' O 1 0 0 O 0 6 0 6 Q 6 do 0 4 9 0 O 0 o 6 o 1 A 4 4 V4 9 I9 " -.... l93l0mrLAMME O'+++Q+ 4 6 0 0 O 0 0 9 0 0 9 0 O O 9 O 0 6 9 9 9 O 9 Student Conductor. .Assistant Conductor Drum Ilfajor ...... Manager' .......... Cornets and Trumpets George Bottoms Howard P. Gabriel John Gayley Ellis Keene Fred Koppenhaver Fred Movvry Richard O. Moul Charles Siller M. B. Stetler Gordon Weist Bass Horns George H. Bricker Philip E. Saylor JOHN P. ALEXANDER . .RICHARD O. MOUL . . . . . . .FRED COOPER ....JAMES FARMER Band OFFICERS First Assistant Jlflanager ..... FRANK E. COHO Second Assistant Manager, WM. KAVANAUGII Librarian .............. LAURENCE E. HELSEL Assistant Librarian ..,...... HAROLD C. BAER MEMBERS Tronzbones Harold C. Baer Charles Pierce Bass Drums John Herbein Roland R. Spangler Peter Stathopolous Cymbals Harry E. Bernhardt C. Richard Sheely Clarinets Walter E. Boyer Frank E. Coho Joseph H. Funk Laurence E. Helsel Joseph D. Moore I. L. Rudisill Fred Tanger Saxoplzones Norman Brenner A. Miller G. L. Richmond R. W. Steventon Ethan L. Trexler Snare Drums Clifford Foster -lack Gaines Robert H. Isaacs William R. Kavanaugh C. B. Korns Frank Streeter Piccolo Bethune jones Drum Illajor Fred Cooper H . THE BAND YOUNG BAER PIERCE MEDVENE CALL JONES RICHMOND RUDISHL QOH HELSEL SILLER BOTTOMS f .Y J O FARMER KOPPENHAVER MO5vfRlirLEiv1O3OYER MILLER STEVENTON TREXLER BRICKER L ALEXANDER COOPER DERNHARDT SPANGLER SHEELY KORNS KAVANAUGH GAINS FOSTER STREETER fOne Hundred Eighty Fourzl f .I I' , 9 0996069-Q I. 4 4 4 .Di " 4 4 .4 4, 4 4 .4 4 4 4 4x4 4 4 4 4 4 444 ,4 ,44 X4 4 4 4 4 X4 4 X4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4:4 IX4 X4 44 4 . 09099 '99999999-999' .-......O' l93l0RlFl.A ME o----,, , 4 P- . ,44 , . 4 if ." o iResults of the Debating Season OFFICERS President ......... ,,,,,,,, ,,,. Bzzsifzfss JVIIl7Ifl!11'7', .. .......... U . '....... LNFfJIo?i ' Coaches P1'0f. Darrell Larsen Prof. Edward Hubler Teams C. M. Nissley J, B, Muir C M F 1 J. M. Dom-:fer R. L., Foose Ri c.'A1iifi2hf J' D' Moolie G- J. Patterson P. M. McCullough ' The 1929-1930 debating season at Franklin and lVIarshall College Was featured by a number of unusual contests. Interest in debating among Pennsylvania colleges has been on the Wane during the past sev- eral years. Due, perhaps, to the fact that attendance at most debates is small, enthusiasm for intercollegiate contests is not so great as it might be. On that account, the schedule of debates was arranged to create the greatest possible interest and enthusiasm among all those Who Were in- terested in any form of debating. The Hrst event of the season Was the meeting of the Pennsylvania In- tercollegiate Debating Association at the Penn-Harris Hotel, Harrisburg, in November. Prof. Darrell Larsen, our coach, and Robert L. Foose, the manager of debating, attended themeeting. Prof. Larsen was hon- ored by being elected Secretary-Treasurer of the state association. The first choices of the association for debating, this season, were: H Resolved: That the United States Should Withd1'axv from the Kellogg Peace Pact," and " Resolved: That the Adoption of the Plan ofthe Wisconsin Experi- mental College in American Colleges Would Be Advantageous to the In- tellectual Development of the Undergraduates." The question Was chosen by a committee composed of both teams and members of the Lancaster Kiwanis Club, before whom the debate was ' t th ' l ncheon meeting at Hotel Brunswick. An unusual feature, given a e1r u . u too was the use of the Oregon Plan in conducting the contest. One 7 s eaker on each team outlined the construction arguments. Each was cirloss-examined by another debater. 4 Finally the rebuttal IS given. There h' dbt. TheF.andM. Was no decision given at the conclusion of t is e e negative team was compos ed of John Dotterer, Christian M. Nissley, and J. D. Moore. , , W1ynesbu1'g College was defeated on the Disarmament question on M if ' contest in Diagnothian Hall. The same affirmative team are 25, m a d VI 'n the Gettysburg debate opposed VVavnes- which re resented F. an - . 1 , 1 burg. Tjhe debate was student directed. John B. Muir, Il'-4 P1'CS1dffd- f0ne Hundred Eighty Fi'U6':4 9999999999999 4 9 6 9 0 9 O 5 0 9 O 0 6 O 0 0 0 O 9 O 9 6 9 9 0 6 0 0 0 9 0 O 0 9 0 0 O O 9 0 0 O O 0 ------4p IQSIORIFLAMME O""'+ The high spot of the debating season was the dual debate with .Cedar Crest College. The question was the VVisconsin Experlmentail College Plan. More than Ioo persons attended the debate in Old Main Chapel to hear the girls' team defeat the F. and M. afiirmative team, composed of George Patterson, Charles S. Foltz, Jr., and Robert Foose. The Lancaster debate was judged by a single critic-judge, Mr. Vvalter Richter, of the local High School faculty. The F. and M. negative team won a 2 to I decision, on the same evening, over the Cedar Crest girls at Allentown. The negative team was composed of Joseph D. Moore, John Dotterer, and Christian M. Nissley. - The Advertising question again was debated on the Oregon method, with Elizabethtown College, before the Lancaster Advertising Club, at Hotel Brunswick, at noon, April 8. The negative team was composed of George Patterson, Christian M. Nissley, and D. Moore. This was a no decision debate. A return debate with Gettysburg College was staged at Gettysburg, on the Disarmament question, on April 9. The F. and M. negative team was composed of John B. Muir, C. S. Foltz, and Robert L. Foose. The conclusion of the season will be marked with debates with Susque- hanna and Bucknell Universities, Muhlenberg College, and a radio debate with Dickinson College. Another feature of the season at F. and M. was the wide number of subjects used. In addition to the Wisconsin Experimental College Plan question, these questions also were debated: H Resolved: That the Nations Should Adopt a Policy of Complete Disarmament Except Such Forces as Are Needed for Police Purposes," and " Resolved: That Modern Adver- tising ls Detrimental to the Welfare of the American People." Prof. Edward Hubler assisted Prof. Larsen in coaching the teams on these various questions. , The first debate of the season was held on February 27, at Stevens High School, with Gettysburg College, on the Disarmament question. Debating before an audience of more than 600 students, the F. and M. affirmative team, composed of Joseph D. Moore, John Dotterer, and George Patterson, went down to defeat. The debate was judged by the members of the faculty of the High School. Washington and Jefferson College next rovid d ' ' f l - p e opposition or tie F. and M. team on March 21. The debate was a 24-hour contest on the Adwftising qUeSti0H- The VV. and team arrived in Lancaster twenty- four hours before the debate. I:0ne Hundred Eighty Sixj ll Oooot .. r QQQQQQQQQQQQQ,,,.,,,,--,-, Managerial Association 3 Founded 1929 l OFFICERS President ................ R. B. MARTIN Seerelary-Treasurer. . .... T. L. MULLAN R. B. MARTIN ' R President INIEMBERS Football. .R. B. Ma1'tin, Mg1'., K. C. Sandridge, W. Gable, L. A. Poole Basketball ....... W. N. Sipple, Mg1'., H. K. Nlontgomery, G. A. Nlace, VV. XV. von Seldeneck Ufrestling .... .............. H . M. Frantz, Mg1'., R. VV. Roschv Soccer ..... . ......................... YV. Richman, Nlgf. Track ..... .... R . E. Borger, Nlgr., R. Devore, T. L. Mullan Swiinining. .. ......................... D. R. Johnson, Mg1'. Baseball. .. ........... ............... R . Ranck, Mg1'. Tennis ..................................... R. wVHtChO1'H, Nlgr. i l MANAGERIAL AssoC1AT1oN RICHMAN MULIAN FOLTZ voN SELDENECK FoosE SANDRIDGE Roscm' SIPPLE BORGER MARTIN VVATCHORN FRANTZ I:0ne Hundred Efflllfy Smfml Intra-Mural Athletic Association QFFICERS President .................. H. L. KULP Vice-President .... .... W . N. SIPPLE Secretary ..... . . .C. K. RUTTER Treasurer.. .... D. G. DIETRICK H. L..KULP reszdcn P t MEMBERS Lambda Chi Alpha. . . ........... ..... H . L. Kulp Kappa Sigma ...... ...VV. N. Sipple Delta Sigma Rho. . . .... C. K. Rutter Phi Sigma Kappa. . . .... D. G. Dietrick Chi Phi ......... .... C . 'W. Bowers Phi Kappa Tau. . . . . R. Leaman Phi Kappa Psi .... .... L . E. Cole Phi Kappa Sigma. . . .... R. E. Borger Sigma Pi ........ ..... C . G. Frantz Alpha Pi ....................................... R. Konopka Sigma Della Rho .................. A ................ A. 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I x r .3 v -5 G N x s 1 x f l' v 1 P Q 15 I? f, gl ,, ,Sn if Q iii if E: IJ 1, iv 14 's 5 'f i.eemia,20KN, he V7 V ,. L 11: A9 Q H 3 G 5 3 r Q! 3 3 H E 5 3 ei 5 3 'r i 1 i l 5 I K Franklin the Geniql Companion E M i r T I ' F EQ .A ' 11, .- , ' x I K .t .f 1 2 E c K ie i A 0 i is 5 : 5 3? 5 h is P 'I i 1 f , F N I a v R i W 3 . 1 I s, J I i 'r IE ,sy 42 E! U K H. i P Y ' s ! 'hy 'k 'E hx 0 O 0 O O O 6 O 9 O 0 0 O 0 O O 9 r Q, 9 9 0 0 0 5 O Q , O 0 O 0 so to 'v so 0 o O Q. Q o 9 O 9 -W , - . l93l GRIFLAMME The first fraternities were established at Franklin and Marsliall in 1854, the year after the union of Franklin and Marsliall colleges. Since then there has been a steady increase in nuinbers until to-day there are ten national chapters and one local fraternity. Each of these has its own fraternity house where the majority of the nienibers' room and board. Approximately forty percent of the student body is affiliated with these 1 fvarious groups. ' fOne Hundred Ninetyil 96QQQ6o95v .s' oo99,,,,,.,,,s,-,,, bt Ph Ch Phi Phi De! Len - Q S1911 C Phi Kspg -. 3m uph !u s hi EU .1 0: --.--4y i t l93l omrn.A1-amz OQQQQ., g: The Roll 0 f Ff6lf6T77Zk1ZP5 Phi Kappa Sigma . Chi Phi ........ f. SGCIAL ..........Zeta . ............. Zeta Phi Kappa Psi .... .... P ennsylvania Eta Phi Sigma Kappa . Lambda Chi Alpha Sigma Pi ........ Phi Kappa Tau . . Kappa Sigma .... Sigma Delta Rho . Alpha Pi ......... Phi Beta Kappa . . Tau Kappa Alpha Phi Upsilon Kappa 9006000009 .............. .Pi . .9 ........ Upsilon Delta Sigma Phi . . . . . . . . .Alpha Theta Zeta . ................ Nu .....Delta Rho .........Eta nu.---ns..-on HONORARY Clnapter Cnapter Cnnapter Clnapter Cfnapter Clnapter Cnapter Clnapter Cnapter Cnapter Locally ...ou-ann.. f0ne Hundred Ninety 07161 Estab Estab Estab Estab Estab Estab Estab Estab Estab Estab EstabQ ned isned ned ned ned ned isrned ned ned ned ned 1354 1854 1860 1903 1915 1917 1918 1921 1928 1929 1925 . . . . . . . . . . . .Pennsylvania Theta Chapter P. 81 M. Chapter . . . .Pennsylvania Alpha Chapter .Q-4f4v4r4o-4-45-o'4'4"0"''9 """ 000000Q l93l0RlFlAMhlE O,,,--,, 4 Zeta Chapter Established at Franklin and Marshall College, October 19, 1854 FRATRES IN URBE ' F. H. Altdoerifer J. F. Garvey I. C. Hager, Ir. S. E. Kilgore S. G. Pontius .B. C. Atlee R. N. Garvey N. E. Hager C. I. Landis H. L. Powers . W. Barlow T. B. Garvey W. H. Hager C. V. Lichty R. C. F. Schiedt J. H. Bassler T Q. Garvey W. H. Hager, jr. A. J. Lowell J. F. Sider R. E. Borger P. C. Gerhart G. H. Hartley, jr. R. C. Madison L. B. Sprecher W. P. Brlnton R. L. Gerhart T. F. Herman M. P. Miller J. H. Stauffer H. B. Cochran R. F. Groff G. K. Hoffmeier A. H. Nauman E. B. Weaver G. F. Cormeny E. B. Grosh J. F. Holman C. N. Netscher M. N. Wickert J. R. Dehaven E. T. Hager B. K. Jones H. R. Omwake V. W. Dippell J. C. Hager W. H. Keller R. J. Pilgram - ' FRATRES IN FACULTATE Dr. V. W. Dippell - Prof. A. K. Kunkle Rev. R. J. Pilgram Dean H. R. Omwake 4 Dr. R. C. Schiedt ' FRATRES IN COLLEGIO Class of Nineteen Hundred and Thirty R. E. Borger J. B. Muir R. B. Martin H. J. Clem C. M. Nissley R- P- Ranck Class of Nineteen Hundred and Thirty One B. W. Haseltine H. K. Montgomery H- F- WCiSS R. G. Witwer D. B. Johnson H. K. McClearY E. I. Fritz C. M. Pontz R- J- Makos J. A. Staton B. F. Buller Class of Nineteen Hundred and Thirty Tfwo A. V. Dorsey G. H. Horst W. T. Pugh G. W. Husted J. A. Miller J- J- Moore, I W. A. Sterling fOne Hundred Ninety Threefl 400000000000 I 0000 00000Q00000000 o 6 5 O 9 0 0 Q 0 9 0 O 9 O O 0 0 0 O O 0 9 O 9 O 0 0 0 O O O 9 O 6 O Q 4 0 Q Q 0 9 . 1 u l , I, l ,Z 'A . 11 i e if if I. l. fs is fl i1 .. Qi fl A l. Ei U Q. i EI ll .i if if l. K. i. i l 1 i E I l l 1 1 12 . L n F I l l i Chl Pfzz Founded at Princeton University, PrinCetOH, N- J-i 1824 COZOH Fraternity Urgzuz THE CHAKETT SCARLET AND BLUE Twenty Nine Active Chapters CHI PHI SCHUBERTH YINGLIN HAGER TAYLOR MOYER LEMAN GROSH EDEN CURLETT BARE SARDI FARMER BOWERS BENEDICT HEINTZELMAN SOLLENBERGER JOHNSTON DEVORE G HAASE BALDVVIN KEHLER SOTAK MILLER EOM' Hundred Ninfly Fourj I ' . 1 00-45 lsslonlrlznmqg e O,,,,,, ' 4 O 0 0 TW- w.....r , . O i ,ff . . X 2 . i 0 s D 3 O Zeta Chapter Established at Franklin and Marshall College in 1854 : FRATRES IN URBE Q J. Z. Appel J. H. Evans L. S. Hutchison A. Z. Moore K. W. Schuberth T. B. Appel R. J. Evans . R. Johnson A. P. Mylin J. D. Sener O T. B. Appel, Ir. G. S. Franklin R. M. Kant D. M. Mylin S. C. Slaymaker O G. M. Arisman D. L. Glass VV. E. Kieffer E. E. Mylin J. R. Smart, Jr. D. Blank J. E. Gnndell H. C. Kinzer H. W. Nevin H. M. VanZandt Q R. H. Bowman L. O. Hollinger J. C. Leaman AI. S. Posey A. B. Wallace H. W. Brubaker W. H. Herr J. R. Locher M. Ranck C. G. Watt O D. R. Charles J. A. Hipple J. D. Long E. W. Rasbridge E. Zahm O R. L. Charles G. M. Hoover P. M. Long H. J. Roddy E. R. Zahm VV. Davidson S. V. Hosterman H. J. Lowell E. E. Rohrer Q H. A. DeHaven H. B. Hostetter P. Lowell L. E. Savage , FRATRE IN FACULTATE 0 Dr. R. Charles . FRATRES IN COLLEGIO O .Class of Nineteen Hundred and Thirty . C. NI. Heintzelman C F- S- S0llCUbCfgC1' Class of Nineteen Hundred and Thirly One 0 P. A. Sardi' E. H. Bennedict C. B. Grosh . I. R. 'Devore I N. Kehler Q Class of Nineteen Hundred and Thirty Tfwo Q J. L. Farmer A. G. Eden J- W. Moyer W- WH Balfiwin Q R. K. Bare A. J. Haase I- H- Sotak D Rig' Cagf' Q E. E. Schuberth D. R. Johnston C. s. TQYIOII' J- - uf eff C. W. Bowers R. D. Leman R. E. Yinglmg 0 0 O 0 Q H0718 Hundred Ninety Fifvej 0 QQQQQQQQQQQQQQOOQQQQQQ 'l 1 Q4 fs il I in '5 ,. 'v I 1 3 1 n 3 I L! l E ,l fl 4 F4 K. !l x 3 J 4 Pl ii i i .i 4 . vm..- . rn.-. l F 5 I Q1 L l s 5 r l 1 Fr -. I I . F! l fzi Kappa Ji Founded at Jefferson College, Cannonsburg, P21-, 1359 Colon Fraternity Organ HUNTER GREEN AND CARDINAL RED THE SHIELD OF PHI KAPPA PSI Fifty Active Chapters 1 PHI KAPPA PSI TREXLER MCFARLANE KILLIAN STEIN SXVEETON MOUL MULLAN COOPER CLARK HOUSER MATTERN BACHMAN ALBRIGHT KLEIN DR. APPLE BAKER APPEL BLOSE COLE BUDD IfOnc Hundrrd Ninffy Sixfl l' ll' Eflgf. 4 , - ,ll 1 p . , p QM -----..O 193: ORIFLAMME .Q.,,,,, . . ,J ..i. h Q . . . 1 Q flf 0 9 t Pennsylvania Eta Chapter Established at Franklin and Marshall College in 1860 FRATRES IN URBE 0 9 O 0 0 O 0 9 0 9 O 0 O 0 O 0 O O 0 O 0 0 9 O 9 0 0 O 6 I. W. Appel I. W. Brown D. W. Franck A. J. Kline F. E. Schroeder W. N. Appel W. H. Brown A. P. Frantz H. I. Marshall I. W. Schutte T. R. Appel W. T. Brown J. A. Frantz J. K. Martin J. C. Showalter H. H. Apple W. T. Brubaker H. B. Frew L. S. May I. A. Smith p C. G. Baker Hp-I. Budd . B. R. Glidden J. T. MCGOVCYII P. B. Soudel' S. W. Baker W. W. Bunge C. B. Grove F. S. Miller E. J. Stein L. R. Berger H. N. Cassel G. T. Hambright J. H. Musser R. M. Stockton E. H. Bicknell G. C. Crudden H. G. Hartman C. P. Myers J. C. Truxal J. B. Bissinger H. E. DeHaven W. E. Heinitsh H. L. Raub, Ir. j. L. Warfel N. E. Bitzer C. W. Dudley W. A. Heitshu W. S. Raub -I. D. Weaver J. E. Bowman R. M. Duify W. A. Herman J. C. Rhen W. S. VVelchans H. E. Brenner P. K. Evans HJJ. Hiemenz G. R. Roth H. L. Wolf J. R. Brimmer S. E. Fraim M. W. Jones A. P. Scheaffer R. C. Zecher J, H, Brown . S. R. Zimmerman I FRATRES IN FACULTATE ' ' Dr, H, H, Apple H. I. Budd Prof. F. S. Klein - FRATRES IN COLLEGIO a Class of Ninelmn Hundred and Thirty C. R, Appel I. S. Bear F. F. Sweeton J. T, Baker F. E. Blose O A Class of Nineteen Hlzndred and Thirly One' O G. B. Killian I R 5- B- Stein 'T' L' Mullan S. A. TI'CXlCf . 4 Class of Nineteen Hundred and Thirty Tfwo . R. c. Albright J. R- Bachman W- BkMat.fem 9 F, N, Cggper C. S. HOUSCI' J' B' engler Q I. R. McFarlane R. O. Moul . PLEDGE O E. I. Clark . I:One Hundred Ninely Scfucnj Q -. -. 9.0099-000000000000 904900000000 1 1 . l " I-.-.3 ' ll 'V I l lik ll' ,,i, ,. llll 5 1 ill- l ill' ll T . I H.. ln ,i T :y fi. l 2? . inf VFX l lr .. lil iii. lil" lla, . l.. " ll jl'll,i7Z, gllgl lg?-Z 1: 5 l Ulf -4 lglfls Wi lvl lil? 'El lfnfl :ffm .1 " ill EI? llal .N .ll'l Nall i'? ,J ll we Q 0, A..-'I 4542, , . -A . ,Q , 25 f- - A t has-X. 41,-,,,,.tx 5, '. 'R , ,. -S gaugi- , zf gigs..- I1 ,? . .2 k, W. 5 J Al,,,. A ...I f If ev-1A -lf"' . ,, V, sp, ,M ,fs .Y xg , . O 351- .W if ,. M f A 4 w 1 1 S.-4' xg, 'Sgr Q41 W av : 4 Paz Sigma Kappa Founded at Massachusetts Agrieulturzll College, 1873 Colors Fraternity Organ NT SILVER AND MAGENTA THE SIGL ET Fifty Active Chapters PHI SIGMA KAPPA TRITT FUNK ROEVER LAWRENCE KENDIG MERCER CRISWELL ANDERSON GARDNER EAL CUNDEY SMITH JONES HOVIS DIETRICH BLANK PINNER SCHUTT BARNES FASNACHT FLOOD MINER HARTMAN JOHNSTON MZICDADE WHITENIGHT POOLE N IOM' Illliltllffrf Ninfly Eigflllil 9 ll -- -wo lsslomruxmm AO,,,,, .. 4 Pi Chapter Established at Franklin and Marshall College in 1903 FRATRES IN URBE I. A. Eckman P. R. Garrison C. F. Adams Harold Adams R. W. Scheffer M. F. Manby J. W. Schupp C. H. Meminger :IV-LD. Andes H. L. Groff W. E. Miller William Shand . 'I. Bachman -W. A. Hammond C. A. Montz H. F. Shartle John Bachman E. NI. Hartman B. W. Moyer T. C. Shookers H. A. Barr L. P. Helm S. N. Mumma C. V. Snyder I-q S. Barr ' ' D. I. Herr ,D. H. Nissley C. P. Stahr P. S. Bomberger g L. B. -Herr, Ir. J. F. Pyfer D. S. Stroeble O- P- BItCkCr F. B. Holdridge J. L. Reistt C. M. Swarr F. K. Brinkman Reah Hollinger H. A. Rohrer J. H. Swope G. L. Butts E. I. Kessler j. J. Rohrer J. A. Taylor E- S- Cr0Sl21Ild J. P. Kready D. Schaffner R. M. Urban . E. H. Weaverling FRATRES IN FACULTATE . Prof. H. R. Barnes J. Shober Barr I FRATRES IN COLLEGIO Class of Nineteen Hundred and Thirty W. H. Fasnacht J.iT. Schutt R. T. Miner R. 1. Pinner I. S. Flood F. D. Gardner W. F. Hartman Class of Nineteen Hundred and Thirty One C. L. Tritt F, C, Funk D. G. Dietrich L. A. Poole O. E. Hagen C, C, Hovis T. J. Johnston Class of Nineteen Hundred and Thirty Tfwo J. R. Criswell P. E. Cundey F. M- Whifenighf P- H' lone? D. A, Lawrance S, D, Mercer D. A. Al'lClCI'SOIl P. F. Ixefldlg A. P. Neal E. J. Owens D- T- MCD2lde f0ne Hundred Ninety Ninej 90000000099 C-CO00O90C900O0Q 6 O 0 O 5 O Q O 0 0 0 O 0 O 9 0 0 0 0 O O 9 0 0 O O 0 O O 0 O O 0 Q 9 6 O 4 o 0 O O 6 0 04 -ix RI' fifi' - N 'fiwf 'i l N' .,,, 42 s Q3 sip- A I 1. f '--,3- ,gm . ,gi E5 iii' A A X yn 1 . 1-V Q E-4: i- A-.M ' , -A . " ' ' H - e , , , 4 K amada Cla' Akaa Founded at Boston University, Boston, Mass., 1909 Colors Fraternity Organ PURPLE GREEN AND GOLD PURPLE, GREEN, AND GOLD 3 7 CRoss CRESCENT Seventy Seven Active Chapters I r i 5 LAMBDA CHI ALPHA LEISTER BAVER REIND-EL MESSIMER VON SELDENECK PIERC E KERESTES REICHARDT LUTZ MOWRY WINEGARDNER BURKETT KRESGE DENNEY LUTZ BESSER FORD BEANS ALEXANDER KULP GROFF MINOT RUTT KEIT HAN SHERMAN WATCHORN DOTTERER HA K Tfwo HIl7ll1ll'UtiiI RRY DICKINSON SMITH Q10 0 I9 P . Sl ORIFLAMME 4,.,,, , , , ,I : M. , - . A ' .N O 1 1 O 1 1 1 1 Alpha Theta Zeta Chapter Established at Franklin and Marshall College in 1917 4 FRATRES IN URBE Q H. C. Arnold H. A. .Fox Hershey Grolf W. E. Moorehead . D. H. Albertson P. N. Fox R. L. Herbst P. A. Mueller - E. C. Cauffman e C. R. Fry J. A. Keller A. F. Rentz Q C. R. Eshleman D. G. Glass M. A. Lewis A. M. Wagner 4 FRATRES IN FACULTATE Q Dr. M. Carroll Prof. A. F. Sherman 1 gr. R. H. Dotterer 1 Prof. P. W. Harry . FRATRES IN COLLEGIO Class of Nineteen Hundred and Thirty . R. S. Graff J. F. Keirhan P. K. Reichardt VV. D. Rutt S. B. Smith, jr. H. C- Lutz H. L. Kulp Robert Watchorn W. E. Ranck A Class of Nineteen Hundred and Thirty One J. P. Burkett W. W. von Seldeneck .E. W. Denney 0, L' Minot i H. G. Beans R. T. Besser Clan of Nineteen Hundred and Thirty Tfwo R. . ' ' K. E. K G. A. Flexer L Wlnegardner resge M. H. Messimer R. P. Leister John Kerestes P. C. Shumaker QQQQQOOOV C. B. Pierce 1 E. H. Lutz F. I. Laucks F. E. Mowry C. A. Baver PLEDGES J. R. Risser fTfwo Hundred Onezl oooovo.ooo0O0'999"' 9 1 9 1 V Q 4 9 1 1 1 0 4 O 0 O 0 O M . 1 ff Q W 4 . KW, vi .- ,JV V 4' '- , .,,.5S'f7l'T . . 5 XA 'Ji "N WW 1 94' 2 If 2, f 4 K , 5 gg? AA fy, ,sf 5 gg J 1 4 , X , 'f . , .A .i ., .M f- s Sz ma P Founded at University of Vincennes, 1897 Colors Fraternity Organ LAVENDAR AND WHITE THE EMERALD Twenty Six Active Chapters . 53 E 'X L I H .. A x SIGMA PI K GAYLEY HIGHBERGER HARNER COHO FRANTZ SANDRIDGE MATTERN RANCK H HYLAND YINGST SERGEANT HAMMOND ROSCHY SCHOLLENBERG YOCH BARR MUMMA BISHOP GEISEL SPANGLER GALLAGHER STINE SMELTZER KRESGE FISHER HERINGTON CONFER BASH FAY LONG I Tfwo Iflllldfflll T-wo J I Rl X XX X, X, XX X X, X. X X X, X. X, X, X, X, X, X, X, X X, X, X, X, X X X, X X .X X X X X X X I 00 Nu J. Z. Arnold , J. B. Byars H. A. Bortzfield T. H. Bahn D. F. Chambers ,Dr T. G. Confer H. O. Fisher J. E. Fay K. C. Sandridge C. G. Frantz C. E. Yingst J. E. Yoch W. C. Hyland I. A. Gallagher Chapter l93l omnn yqg Om, ---Q . I l l Established at Franklin and Marshall College in 1918 FRATRES IN URBE D H. Delbo I. F. Honoman Robert Ruppin C. B. Diffenbaugh W. F. Landefeld W. A. Sohl A. P. Diller R. B. Myers C. N. Wenrich Dubois Diller W. L. Robinson O. S. Frantz W. F. Diller H. E. Rochow FRATRES IN FACULTATE Kresge . Prof. W. F. Long FRATRES IN COLLEGIO Class of Nineteen Hundred and Thirty H, Bash H. M. FI'I1IltZ C. E. Herington C. P. Mumma ,Class of Nineteen Hundred and Thirty One F. Smeltzer C- M- Geisel J. ' R. W. Roschy R. R. Harner Class of Nineteen Hundred and Thirty Tfwo L. E. Barr M. F. Stine R. E. Ranck C. H. Bishop F. E. Coho P. H. Schollenberg H. K. Gayley A. E. Sergeant R. R. Spangler I: Tfwo Hundred Threel 00009-9 F. R. Hammond B. F. Burman R. K. Mattern 00000000000 0 5 9 6 9 0 9 0 9 O 9 0 O 0 0 O O 0 O O 9 9 9 0 0 9 O O 0 Q, 0 9 X X O 4 X O 4 0 0 O O 0 00009- 0099" 1 r E L .fel tif' E, 1- . Q, tx is I yogi, ,N- EWS V' fi ! Q 5 , If -5 X 5 1' iff'-' L ii -- ligflx, " f el a Sigma Pai Founded at College of City of New York, 1899 Colors Fraternity Organ NILE GREEN AND WHITE THE CARNATION Forty Eight Active Chapters DELTA SIGMA PHI ALTER WOLF HEILIG- LEINBACH RUTTER KEIM LEMAN BITZER MAUST RICKERT MILLER FAIRCHILD HERR FEARON GOODMAN LEVENGOOD FELKER LANCASTER DUNKLE LAIRD HORNER FOOSE SHERGER FISCHER fT1wo Hundrfd Fourjl 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4, 444 4 4 4 4 44 4 .4 4 4x4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 .4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 ,4 44 4 4 444 4 4 4 4 .4 4 .4 .4 444 4 4 4 4 444 4x4 .4 4 44: ---oo-O GRIFLAMME y - ,..,,,,, .. Upsilon Chapter Established at Franklin and Marshall College in 1915 Charles Bachman . N. M. Bair 1211563 TWU . we O Ph F11 F' F' N I3 O D7 CI7 F9 P ilbert Bair . T. Behrens . S. Butz L. Chamberlain L. Childs . Duttenhofer . Esbenshade C. K. Rutter R . L. Foose R. S. Herr A . B. Heilig H. H. Leman R. O. Keim CI' FRATRES IN URBE George Falk H. L. Feather P. W. Felker E. E. Frey H. L. Harnish S. H. Hartman N. K. Johnson D. J. Keener C. H. Krise P FRATRES IN rof. N. P. Laird E. L. Lancaster C. E. Lehman J. B. McCaskey C. A. Moore R. L. Morton L. C. Moore W. Z. Pearsol H. G. Ripple R. B. Rohrer s FACULTATE pe Prof. P. N. Blessing FRATRES IN COLLEGIO Class of Nineteen Hundred and Thirty C S Leinbach E. D. Horner - - n J' Sherger lVIlllCI' Class of Nineteen R. S. Dunkle W. S. Felker Class ofNine1f C. B. Rickert H. S. Fairchild Hundred and Thirty One C. A. Levengood J. R. Warne een Hundred and Thirty Tfwo F. R. Bitzer L. G. Maust Ii Tfwo Hundred Fifvefl 004494-oo-Q-66+ oo Q ofo--Q-as-40-Q-0-0'0 H. A. Shaub E. C. Smith M. E. Smith Roy Sprecher H. C. Thorbahn Frank Ward J. P. Weise W. R. Woerner Prof.,H. Fischer Samuel Huntzberger K. C. Horner J. E. Fearon J. T. Alter 9 6 6 9 0 9 0 o O 4 4 9 0 o 4 so o 9 Q 0 0 O O 9 O 9 O O O O 6 Q 9 6 0 0 Q 0 0 O 6 QQ OOO .- 4 A N 5 ' 1 ' 'E maj- 5 ,L t , X Pai Kappa ' aa Founded at Miami University, Cjxford, Ohio, Ma1'ch 17, IQO6 Colon Fraterfziiy Organ HARVARD RED AND OLD GOLD THE LAUREL Thirty Nine Active Chapters PHI KAPPA TAU SNYDER RHODES MACE GABLE BRITTON TOTH VOROSMARTI YODER LEYMEISTER LEAMAN KLECKNER FRANTZ,N. GERHART NOLL ROTHERMEL ALLAN ESHELMAN SHERTZER KNOEBEL VVEISGERBER ZIEGLER STONEBACK FRANTZ,J. AMBLER fTLwo Hundrnrl Sixl 0000000 l93l0RlFlAF1ME 0,000-0 x . -gs 'N' W X., Z7 . 18 H if 5'-1, X ...Zi N., - vi' fi-i ' bf. .Q Q " 'f--3 M 1 lk 4 2 v..-gn. .- . 1- ,,.., I . ...W 99:29 " Wflffailiottxv -. , 'Q . A I -1 'f x, I gg,-s.. ,gg. A . N ' X . Q-. 1,. jg .1 ...om :mf .,. 1, . Qt -Q. -eg... 3:4 4 .gays -x-Q.. 1. -V S Sm M -2 - - ar. iq-wi' v.e.:'e5f-:.::-v::...:1-:.-:M 1- 1 , ,... - x '25 i" 5 A , "" - - V .gag 'IQ I Q. - '.:. :ar1::5:f,,,.5N-:-e,z:iw5:.g:-:-3 . . .,-52:1-:-are --P1 -':'1.wr- YI2Z:::.:1:1'1g15q.5:::.:3:35:-.ff -1, . : w vw- :O . H . 4 1, -Am . ,ay . -. . ' 1 --we .--f, ' 4 . -f. A:-1.-., . -N i l 6 N' A 9 mx. f1 44 ,X If 5 l L... 1 .,. ,I ig' M, '--w.WW.. ...,:1mwQ . x 4 V-5:13519-5 . . , -fr, gg-.-gfgb -::. -.-1: .11-.Q , ..--1-1,-.,1:.-.,.. ,. ,. M -. vf . , . Q ,.... ...M:,:.v.'..L..,.,,-x.,l A WNTMWWQ -E. : ' Q . f.f .-... .. . , .. AW up Xi Chapter Established at Franklin and Marshall College in I92I FRATRES IN URBE .f I 1. 1.14. ..,, 1. .QW WV. E. Vyeisgerber B. M. Witmer C. Burkholder P. M. Limbert Reginald Ensor C. Weaver C- D- SPOU? W. McCombs J. 'Wissler ' C. R. Tausig B. G. Dietrich C. Diller H. R. Taylor Guy Bard P. Hoffer FRATRES IN FACULTATE Dr. P. M. Limbert Prof. W. E. Weisgerber R. F. Shertzer A. D. Knoebel J. H. Ambler C. B. Eshelman W. J. Gable E. S. Noll D. H. Snyder W. H. Britton R. M. Hiestand 0000000-00 00000 FRATRES IN COLLEGIO Clan of Nineteen Hundred and Thirty H. B. Ziegler .I- B- Ffatmz H. W. Stoneback W. L. Stine D Class of NiIlCf607Z Hundrrd and Thirty One A. L. Kleckner ,l- R- LCHYUHU. H. L. Gerhart .l- Vomsmaffl ' - E. T. Rhodes M. L. Leymeister G. A. Mace 1 Class of Nineteen Hundred and Thirty Tfwo G. C. Paterson A. B. Toth N. R. Frantz E. M. R th 1 N. E. Allanerme P. H. Yoder PLEDGES F. A. Zehrer L. VV. Kerschner P. E. Saylor IiTfw0 Hundred Sc"Uc'1l C0 6 4 0 O 6 9 O 0 0 0 0 9 O 9 O 0 0 0 O 0 O O 9 O 0 O 9 O 0 9 9 O 0 0 0 0 6 O 4 4 0 O 9 0 9 ll ll i gd 'lmw ' Q i9 mv I- S 1 .M , ,vx., LT' 'ffl ',- '.'. .-. . X. ..,...,.xiiL.:..z.pg-,gjglllfqd-,N7 WJ J:f:'f2S?,y- ,-V, , , ,, " W'--A -:mi 53-5,4 r..L...g,.,:.v "Ncm3A:k.,i FY Q Jr- K . , 1. - . 'A -. cr' 31?-..-?"'1"'1iif-.. A-"ik--.4?'J."5"w 'f'AK'lQ"' .c"'Ax"-: A XL-'qfgrh ,flif v.xf'C", EQ p if 1 j'r1'5. : Q f in J Q 51, 'L in :,j,- ,f,i's"J1f,", "',.v"'M.,,,-" "Xu v' Wal! "'--9" 4P,:,,h djxm' ,fuk-.A Jug .V E- 1-, fs-L.-p' X S ' A H. 1 ' - ' 1 ' ' ' ' ' X -. NW. , ,Zn ' 1 F 4: .fr . , . , L.. .. NW' ff' .., 4 -im, X -- 'Inf' -' W' - ' A r- -,- i a "rf i 'J Liif LJ'LQwL.l Li :.l....:"'M-LL ' L4 v L5 LM' ...E ,,..4 Vw' kxYipa I 'x,ffQk.,f 'Y-wr' 'N-.J-"'N.f""'w.'v',f Xxg-1, ,, 'A' 'W' M" V19-..i,.-f ' 3 "ca ' G' 1 - 4 ..,,. --fflkgqf.. V- ,xr --"' W--M A wx: f- 1 cf , ,WA gf A gg:-a A . MC' rf c f Q i 42 2551 ,-a. -7 V W. 3-'.:.H'M '-1,Q,x. 'Y 4 ,i,,?m,1.,, , E I-F: 'QL' - - X i. .vja t ,',:rE,-. ,ii , qc, J 3 t g ,V ui,t,-,:f,,r.f 'QE' Y it W . ,NN gm I-,,,.,,. in - Kappa Sigma Founded at the University of Virginia, Richmond, Va., December Io, 1867 Colors Fraternity Organ SCARLET, GREEN, AND WHITE .THE CADUCEUS Une Hundred and Six Active Chapters NJ 7 77777 KAPPA SIGMA OAKES DEIBLER CRAMER SIPPLE FOLTZ LINHART CLARK FEIGHTNER VVHITMAN LUNDINE 'A HOLLINGER DILLWORTH RUTH RODENBERGER YVEBBER HOY PERSON NVITMER SCHAEFFER MOHLER THOMAS DARLINGTON 'VVHITE GADD HARBOLD BURCHFIELD RICHMAN FENNELL ENGLISH Ii Tfwo Hundred Eiglltj X v -c 0000000 05.060, 1 4 L Delta Rho Chapter Established at Franklin and Marshall College on June 1, 1928 W. S. Cramer A. R. Brenneman H. K. Spahr A. F. Ofstie Prof. J. N. Schaeffer Dr. P. M. Harbold J. M. Darlington VV. N. Sipple J. B. White J. W. Richman L. E. O. Lundine T. Dilworth M. D. Hoy J. R. Linhart "+00000000-0000 FRATRES IN URBE J. Raezer H. Landis R. B. Coble H. Clark H. E. Morrison H. Bevis D. Strickler FRATRES IN FACULTLATE V Prof. C. E. Meyers Dr. S. L. Mohler Prof. W. Gadd FRATRES IN COLLEGIO Class of Nineteen Hundred and Thirty M. D. Person B. D. VVeber C. W. Thomas M. F. VVitmer P. E. Burchfielcl Class ofNi1zctccn Hundred and Thirty One C. W. Rodenberger C- S- Foltz S. C. Clark Class ofNinetec'1t Hundred and Thirty Tfwo J. E. Ruth ' S. VV. Cramer F. W. Feightner " C. R. Delbler R. L. English, J- F- Fenpell ' - J. S. VVh1tman P. M. Hollmger PLEDGE I 1 R. F. Oakes fTfwo Hundred Nincil -04-000000000000 o 0 6 6 9 O 9 0 0 0 9 O 9 9 9 9 9 0 0 0 0 O 0 O O 9 O 9 Q 9 0 O O 9 9 6 0 9 9 9 o Q Q I: si 1 1 1 11 11 1. I1 11 A . 1 11' W1 111 11 1' 1 1 M- " A ,- H1 I 1 A1511 gf- Q1 :M N K .1 I 111' fm Q 11 vii sl! 4-12 11 , 14.-f K 41 , AVE! 5 xl 'I1 . Ei"7i-E x,,. -f ea Q H yi may K, chit 'iw 1 4"'1e." 1 Q1' 1 1 1 ' 1 1 1 1 1 ,111 11 112. '1 11 . 3 15 Founded at Franklm and Nlarshall College, 1925 111 , 15 Colors 9 1 BLUE AND GOLD 1 11 1 1 1 1 1 '11' "1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ALPHA PI KEENE WASLEY OBOLD BRENDLE ESHELMAN VORHEES KONOPKA 1 SCHAEFFER MORGAN SZIJJARTO MURRAY SCHAFFNER REYNOLDS BENDER PARSONS 1 1 1 TAKACS FRY KLEIN ALTHOUSE RODDY OVERLY SNYDER I Tfwo Hundred T87l:I +""'4b l93l0RlFl.AMME L 0,,,,,, . ng s O 0 O 0 6 O 9 0 0 0 9 9 9 O 4 0 9 0 O 9 Established As a Local Fraternity at Franklin and Marshall College in 1925 W. E. Everett Prof. H. M. Frey L. B. Althouse J. B. Brendle R. J. Konopka R. A. Parsons K. H. Obold L. P. VVasley QOQOOQOOQ' FRATRES IN URBE Myers FRATRES IN FACULTATE Dr. H. M. J. Klein Dr. H. J. Roddy FRATRES IN COLLEGIO A Class of Nineteen Hundred and Tllirly H. M. Overly R. D. Voorhees John Takacs C. L. VVade Class of Nineteen Hundred and Thirty One H. C. Snyder H. S. Morgan C. B. Eshelman R. E. Schaeffer G. J. Schaffner Class of Nineteen Hundred and Tlzirfy Tfwo M. F. Reynolds J. H. Murray S. C. Suter Leslie Keen PLEDGE C. A. Bender fTfwo Hundred Elefvenj 0000000-0009000 0 0 O 0 0 9 0 D O O 0 O 9 O 0 0 I 00000 Sigma Delia Rilo Founded at Miami University, Oxford, Qhio, IQZI Colors PURPLE AND GOLD Seven Active Chapters SIGMA DELTA RHO DAVENPORT BALMER STEVENTON MCCONAHY MILLER FRAHM OWEN HERSHEY GATES BURG BRUBAKER BRUMBAUGH SHEELY WIEST FOSTER BRENNEMAN METTFETT LETHBRIDGE MOORE DONAT ANSTAETT If Tfwo Hundred TfLL'Ul'llP o00"'Q ll Eta Chapter Witmer F. S. Foster Lethbridge Brubaker Brennernan Hershey Frank Mettfett A J Miller G-IW1est 0000900000 I+. - www ewRaIfm..,mMwsE i i -ff -+r++ f N', ' , .S i A Ti I lu Ujwzlon Kappa 1 . I ' ' 4' 4 ' i 5 . , I . 2' " ' ' H e 4. . 9 Q ' 6 I Q 4 . 4 O 0 ,I Q 0 , I Q W Q Q 0 'I' 5 x g 9 ii . X 0 3 . 'I I 6 Iffgx III, . 5 . N M lx i 9 5 4 I o Q I C f Q My I Iiliw 9 i if H , 9 I. W Nl HONORARY CHRISTIAN SERVICE FRATERNITY CStudents who intend to make the Ministry or some form of Christian Service their life's workj ,, I RE li M: jg W J 5. f G 23. 'xi FE iff 'X I2 'fi' Eff fix If wr , ri lil 'Q avi PHI UPSILON KAPPA il? fi ROHRBAUGH soWERs SPENCER SHUMAKER MOORE EROH CZAPF RNOEBEL ZIEGLER MANTZ RODENBERGER SNYDER Vx PROF.KLEIN PROF.NOSS FRANTZ DONAT BRUBAKER LIMBERT is J X 1 fi? ja lf Tfwo Hundrfd F01l7'f6'fll 1 2? if 3 J SESS? Q me 3 xx ww ffl-. A-. fs. .,--tMfs..,J , W" .w-,, .sn Aa, MIM. if-,. .--f-.I .ff --v. J., ..L-., ax .v A .-., f www-ru:-mmf-eww-P LII- H' '-f '.' M-W wi' -J" .NR 'M' 'ii i' va, -' 'rk-.1 N vw ww.-fi -. , -f. 4 fs- I A . ' ul ' -Q I A' ,4-i ,.' I , f I , , , ,..-'- I -. .., N- I I I: 5 , ' , Ks, 5 mfr -1.4, ' ..,,- V-Rvf 4,444 W ,,. '- X, '1-M.. I, .Mfr N., ,,.n -i,,',.2'f-ml-,yy '-.,W,f-'-Y-,m,f-11,,,4N,.1"l1.,4MJ ws, . I' U I Pfam! Xu ' W. P, G. H. L H. 1 L C, 1 X. lii R- li. 1 j. B, f -5- K. o 0 0 0 O GRIFLAMME , 9 0 , O Q n U 0 N. H. DONAT .. L. B. BRUBAKER J. B. FRANTZ .. J.D.MooRE... ..................... G. W. Richards E. E. Kresge OFFICERS . . . . . . President . . . . .. . Vice-President - ' ...... Secretary HONORARY MEMBERS ' Dr. T. H. Herman . . . Treasurer Dr. P. M. Limbert Rev. R. I. Pilgram CHAPTER ROLL Pennsylvania Alpha Franklin and Marshall College, 1921 New York Alpha Colgate University, 1924 FIRST DEGREE MEMBERS W. E. Boyer A. J. Forry R. H. Moore W. J. Rupp E. L. Trexler G. H. Bricker G. W. Keefer T. L. Rudisill M. A. Schmidt F. Watts P SECOND DEGREE MEMBERS L. B. Brubaker F. G. Laucks C. S. Smith O. A. Hyden L. C. Brumbaugh J. D. Moore H. C. Snyder D. H. Spensef N. H. Donat F. F. Renoll P I. H. Sowers R. W. RoschY R. C. Eroh C. D. Dodenberger E. E. Wonderly A. A. Czapf J. B. Frantz A. C. Rohrbaugh R. C. Zechman W- Mfiflfl A. K. Knoebel . P. S. Shumaker H. B- Zleglel' I T-wo Hundrfrl Fifffffll 100030 4 6 0 0 0 O 0 0 0 9 0 0 O 9 0 6 0 O 0 O O 0 9 0 O 9 O 9 O O O 0 O 9 9 0 O O 9 0 0 O 0 0 90900000 O 4 9 6 6 O O 0 0 0 6 0 O 0 9 0. 0 O 4 0 -x 0 6 0 0 Q. 5 O 6 6 9 6 0 0 6 9 0 0 6 o 0 9 0 0 9 0 ,--...Q l93lomrl.AMME O'-'ff-"+ on Kappa Akira Founded at Indianapolis, I9oS Franklin and Marshall Chapter Established 1923 Honorary Forensic Fraternity QOpen to varsity debators and oratorsj Fralernity Organ . THE SPEAKER OFFICERS C. M. NISSLEY ......... ........... ............... P r widen! PROP. P. M. LIMBERT ..... ..... S ecrelary-Treasurer MEMBERS IN THE FACULTY Dr. P. M. Harbold Prof. P. M. Limbert Dr- H- M- J. Klein Prof. J. N. schaeffer H. J. Budd I MEMBERS IN THE sEM1NARY H. R. Ash C. R. Zweizig MEMBERS IN COLLEGE C. M. Nissley J. B. Muif J, D, Moore IF Tfwo Hundred Sixtfzfnj O 6 9 Q . 9 0 9 O 5 0 O 0 O 6 0 0 O O O 6 O 9 9 0 0 9 O 9 0 9 9 0 0 0 9 .. 0 O O 0 0 9 O O 0 Q Q O I 1931 omrlmnmg I O9-5009+ . ll O 5 4 O 5 9 9 9 5 O 9 9 9 9 0 . 9 Pfzz Beta Ifalopa ' Founded at William and Mary College, 1776 Theta Chapter of Pennsylvania Chartered at Franklin and Marshall College, 1908 Honorary Scholastic Fraternity QFor the romotion of scholarship and friendship among students and graduates of P American collegesj OFFICERS President N. C. HELLER ....... ........... .... ...... Vice-President . . Secretary-Treasurer P. M. LIMBERT . . . W. E. WEISBERGER .............................. O O O O 5 9 9 9 O 9 0 9 EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE Q W. A. Hammond O- S- Frantz . E. E. Kresge . 0 O 0 0 0 O O 0 O 0 O O 0 H. C. Simons MEMBERS INITIATED IN JUNE, 1929 J. Eddy R. IVICCZZI L. J. Hampton D' B' Wltlrlfer P. S- Kline C. R. Zweizig HONORARY Dr. G. L. Omwake Dr' C' E' Miner ALUMNUS Rev. Frank Kerr f Tfwo Hundred Sefventeenl 33, oooooo0""-'- ll oooQ00"' .M ,I go A I infer- mfernizjf Canned Organization for the control and regulation of fraternity affairs and policies ' OFFICERS R. L. FOOSE ........... ....... P resident W. D. RUTT ....... .... V ice-President J. M. DARLINGTON ....... Secretary ' ' L. B. ALTHOUSE ........ .... T reasurer R. L. Foose I- President MEMBERS SIGMA PI PHI SIGMA KAPPA PHI KAPPA SIGMA H. M. Frantz L S. Flood R. E. Borger K. C. Sandridge C. L. Tritt C. M. Pontz LAMBDA CHI ALPHA PHI KAPPA TAU DELTA SIGMA PHI W. D. Rutt H. B. Ziegler R. L. Foose W. W. von Seldeneck H. L. Gerhart C. A. Levengood CHI PHI L KAPPA SIGMA SIGMA DELTA RHO C. M. Heintzelman J. M. Darlington J. D. Moore E. H. Benedict J. B. White ' U F.'Mettfett ALPHA PI L. B. Althouse R. I. 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ALEXANDER, ,ZQ O 0 0 Q As thy campus broad I remember, Q O With its age-worn walk 'mid the trees, Q Q Thy tower and hell I knew so well, Q O Shall call me no more to work and song, O Anal Old Main I shall n'er forget thee, Q ds thy class rooms and halls I recall, 0 'Q Anil although we must part, I Q You still live in my heart, Q Q F. and M., farewell Nelvortia. 0 0 0 O 0 O 9 0 9 I I 4 y Q z 4 5 Q O Q 6 Q 9 Q 0 Q 9 5 9 0 9 ' 9 000990909909-00099, .- lg 900000009990 ' - Gcrr only horn I midd to H whcr W! came then l not 1 mmm Lead foun. drvcl been be an butt lndl Wd: I Mull fxdu to th chan dvds 'Om dum ma 1 WM 1 1 .1 3-if 1 1x1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 .1 ,1 .1 ,1 ,1 .1 1 1 111 .1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 l, "' 11, ---O il93l GRIFLA M Q,,,,,,,, .. How lt Happens That the Name of Benjamin Franklin ls Connected with That of the College gf-flfiioaielgifil ififi YYQHQUSTO 'Wg fo Seventeenth Cfntufy F kl. C H ven.s w ic ed to the founding of . F9-H QD. 0 ege. We find there, in the first half of the century, the bitter .religious struggle known as the Thirty Years War, which left Germany in such a state of desolation that she did not fully recover until only recent times. Not only was the country laid waste, but all of the horrors of persecution which the times afforded were put into execution. . ln desperation, thousands of Germans, including many of her sturdy middle class, left their homeland to seek a haven in the colonies belonging to England. These immigrants flocked in great numbers to Pennsylvania where they settled chiefly in Lancaster, Berks, and Schuylkill counties. They rapidly adapted themselves to their new surroundings and soon came to be recognized as some of the best and most energetic farmers in the colonies. Unlike the settlers from many other countries, these Germans were not rapidly assimilated by the' general population, but living in compact communities, they continued to maintain their own language and customs. Leading German educators began to look about them with the hope of founding a school where their native language and traditions could be developed and preserved. The University of Pennsylvania had recentlgif ' - l been founded so it was decided that a special German department wou be added to the curriculum. This department was successful. for a time, b t th G leaders who were particularly jealous of their traditions u e erman , 4 and language, deeply resented the efforts that were made to anglicize the students. . Four eminent ministers, the Rev. Drs. Helmuth, Wfeibergi Hendel and Muhlenberg, decided to attempt to found a school which would be almost ' ' l th addressed a petition exclusively German. In pursuance of this p 2111 g CY f I d d to the General Assembly of Pennsylvania requesting a grant O P111 HH fl 1' h d 'n the borough of Lancaster. They Charter for a school to be estab is e 1 u ' "f om its central and healthy declared that they had selected this spot r . ces with which Stu- location th h racter of the inhabitants the convenien . 3 C C a ' b Qominodated with board and lodging, dents of every description may C ac- b 'ld' s may be immediately pro- and the probability that the 1'1CCCi?2l1Y U1 mg cured, and at a moderate eXpenSe- 1 E T1-wo Hundred Tfwenty Owl +ooooo o94"' 90004- ,,,,,oOooo900 .--...Q C IQSIORIFLAMME 45+-++s+-+ Q 0 4 2, 0 Q 5 Q It was further pointed out that H the design of this institution is to pro- ' mote an accurate knowledge of the German, and English languages, also . of the learned languages, of mathematics, morals, andnatural philosophy, 0 divinity, and all such other branches of literature as will tend to make good men and useful citizens." . Benjamin Franklin was at the time President of the Supreme Executive Q Council of Pennsylvania and secondonly to Washington as a citizen of the Q young republic. Not long before he had returned from France where his Q work as the American representative at Paris had made the success of the Q Revolution an actuality. In appreciation of his character and his contri- Q butions and services to mankind it was decided that the new college would , be named for this distinguished American. 0 The charter of Franklin College was granted by the Legislature of I I Pennsylvania on March IO, 1787. The trustees nominated in the charter 0 were all men of high and recognized ability. Included in their number Q were Robert lVIorris, Thomas McKean, George Clymer, and Benjamin Q. Rush, all signers of the Declaration of Independence, Peter lVIuhlenberg, Q Thomas Nlifllin, Joseph Hiester, Daniel Hiester, Christopher Crawford, 5 Stephen Chambers, and Lewis Farmer, distinguished officers of the Ameri- Q can Revolution. lVIiHlin, McKean and Joseph Hiester later became Gov- . ernors of Pennsylvania. Peter Muhleiiberg later became a United States Senator, as did William Bingham, anotheritrustee. . An incomplete memorandum of the subscription list has been preserved Q which discloses the fact that Franklin showed his appreciation to the Ger- C man founders for the honor bestowed upon him by contributing two hun- Q dred pounds. S ,' 1 . Jlliif' mimi I 'M iii- o Ag. SEE 'R i 9 -- .-.- . i BREW HOUSE 0 Q The college first occupied what was known as the " Brew House " lo- O cated on Miillin Street near the Trinity Lutheran Church. ' As the accom- O' panying illustration shows it was neither an object of beauty, nor an ade- Q quate structure for a college. Soon, the college was moved to the " Store , fContinued on page 224, Q 0 IfTfwo Hundred Tfwcnty Tfwoil 9 3: vb 65 6 vases sire- 4.-- 9 6 O O Q O 5 O 9 0 0 0 0 Q 0 0 O A 0 0 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 O 5. 0 0 O 9 O 6 6 O O 0 0 9 Q. Q 0 I ' 4 O l l PHI KAPPA SIGMA 1 1 5 I :: .-...Q l93lomrLAMME O'++'-+ House " on North Queen Street near James. This latter structure had been used for the storing of government supplies and came into the posses- sion of the college as a result of a second grant by the Pennsylvania legis- lature. On June 5, 1787, the trustees of Franklin College met in the Lancaster Court House and there the ofiicers of the board and the faculty were chosen. By a unanimous vote, Rev. Henry lVIuhlenberg was elected Prin- cipalg Rev. William Hendel was elected Vice-Principal. The faculty was composed of Rev. Frederick Melsheimer, Professor of Latin, Greek, and German languagesg William Reichenback, Professor of Mathematicsg and Rev. Joseph Hutchins, Professor of the English language and Belles Let- tres. A contemporary writer declared with pardonable exaggeration that " a cluster of more learned or better qualihed masters . . . have not met in any university." Q Un the day following the election of the officers and faculty the college was formally opened with services in the Lutheran Church. Rev. Muh- lenberg delivered an elaborate address in German in which he extolled the influence which the new college would have on the people of German extract. This address was followed by one in English by Rev. Joseph Hutchins in which he pointed out the true service which the college would perform when he urged that " the German may be studied as a secondary useful language " to the English. He told the audience that whatever impediments are " thrown in the course of spreading this language fEng- lishj in its true pronunciation and elegance among your children will be so many obstructions to their future eminence in the public councils of America, and to that national union with their fellow citizens of the United States which the charity of the Christian, the humanity of the philosopher and the wisdom of the politician are anxiously wishing to promote." He was severely criticized by the Germans at the time, but the wisdom of his advice has been well borne out with the passing of the years. fTfwo Hundred Tfwenty Fourfl O 6 0 0 O O 9 O 5 6 9 9 9 O 0 9 9 0 O O 0 O 4 9 1 i 9 1 1 Q, 0 9 0 6 9 4 0 o 0 o o 0 to o 9 - ,- , ,. . ll N jxf ,I l. .l .l X ill .l .l .l ill .l il, lul .l .l ,l l .l .l l l l 4 4 ,X l .l lr l .l ,l lxl .l, .l .l .l .ll l IX, 5, ll .2 We X. 4 K , - UM., ,., ,XM 4, K, R x 1 PEN ET PH1 KAPPA PSI 'FR H L ,.f-"s, -IN.. -f"N-. " "1 We 'f "I ' ...ij ,I I 'x E I. 'w I. X x x 5 X. S W g if X. X 1 1 R. 1' X 4. X A J I I x ra u X ,, N 2 .R A ,1 XJ! X 1 XJ 41 ,IX xl I X I Rf' .fx 1? 5 A! X 1 xx! A x . JN ras? Q M ,, . n..r'N,,. ,,- . "M if A .,,, 'N f' Q ,A ,ww f.'ff-wv6"s-A""'l'T"-"hir-1""'2?"Lff. "WX-""' Nfl may V r R W ,. dr ""-1 -""':f' "??"'1. .Phi '7"W1,r""1'ln"'N' " x" ""-:"9"'ffzf,f-,..ffEf-f'e"'::Jf3'4f?r:.1'2,'?21i2'...Aff-M.ff' 'WY'-A "" ' KM "'.H,y:' 'nf' "Own" " ' The Fackenthal Laboratories Un November I, 1929, before a brilliant gathering in Hensel Hall, Dr. B. F. Fackenthal, Jr., formally presented the keys of the new Facken- thal Laboratories to Dr. H. H. Apple. This magnificent gift, including over seventy pieces of biology equipment, doubles the facilities for scien- tific study at Franklin and Nlarshall. Charles M. Schwab, President of the Bethlehem Steel Company and the orator for the occasion, lauded the achievements of Dr. Fackenthal in respect both to his business career and his work as a patron of the sciences. hir. Schwab graphically traced the rise of Dr. Fackenthal from his ap- prentice days in his-father's mills to his commanding position in the steel industry at the time of his retirement. The Laboratories, located to the left of the gymnasium, are in Georg- ian style and accord with the general style of architecture on the campus. A dark green Vermont slate roof sets off to good advantage the dark red building trimmed in Indiana limestone. Within, are to be found marble tile floors and concrete columns. The furniture is of mahogany. The impression over all is one of great beauty united with excellent practical facilities. IZTTUO H1l7lL1l'Fci Tfwmzty Sixj 'Q -. I-2 Au "'D""h"' ' 'D L V 1 -:f QT? fA:q1.,,,f' ,f""'. 'N -' 9 N-f "' M K L ''MQ9"'fwl"i,D'fka,..f1fT,lJ 'Z' 'mix'-"fh"vH5v-2'----f .- . Vkjv fin 1 6 9 5 0 9 9 0 O 5 O 6 9 9 0 0 Q O PHI SIGMA KAPPA El ,., f...,A.f-xf:QQ g 1 Q ..n.,f"'f-5 .1-, xl' N' ff., fw f4v:f:.i:2f:,w fNf1+-wf'C5 asf ff.-N .,,f""..,,,.ff'0rv .4. f"T""-.WL ""'J Q O .1 U .ffn:vQ:"::pn,fLi,,..gN'l,J- 4.,,,.,+-" --.Mn xr .vw , E ..., I 1 Who's Who at F. . IQZQ-IQ3O STUDENT SENATE Y. M. C. A. CABINET First Semester First Semwtvr - E. H. PHILLIPS ................... President E' Q' IIQZQEQQIDGE """""" ri'crQffQ'fQjfZf I. H. SOWERS ......... ...Vice-President E. H. PHILLIPS ................... Secretary lg:-PSCHUMAKER -------- --..... ecretary H. B. ZIEGLER ................... Treasurer ' ' IERCE """"""""""' reasurer Sffond Sfmfffff ' Second Semester E' H' PHILLIPS """""""" .' ' 'prmfdem P. C. SHUMAKER .................. President W' G' LANDRETH '-" ""' V Zw'P"e51dmt F. I. LAUCKS ....... .... I 'ice-President C. AVV. PATTERSON .... ........ S ecretarv A. J. FORREY. . A . i U i . . . 'Secretary C. M. PQNTZ .................... Treasurer J. M' MOYER. G G u ' . H .'.'.' i .'.. Treasurer STUDENT WEEKLY INTER-FRATERNITY COUNCIL TW' Ending Maffhf 1930 , , sv.23.115353.III111I1II1'.'.'.'.'.fi'.L,lf3f'2f2jiZf C. R. APPEL ......... I ....... Editor-in-Clizef J- M. DARLINGTON ".' -.-.... S Nrgtary .YV-GGXREANDRETH ------"-- Manjlvgzng gjfiof L. B. ALTHOUSE .................. Treasurer . . ALSH ................ efws z.or 9 F. R. HAMMOND ..... Asst. Managing Editor C. S. FOLTZ ................. ' .... C olymnist ORIFLAMME R- S- HERR --------.----- B11-'ZWJ-f Manayff W. G. LANDRETH ............ Editor-in-Chief K. C. SANDRIDGE ......... Business Manager Term Ending March' 1931 W. M1 VON SELDENECK .... Managing Editor W. G. LANDRETH ........... Editor-in-Chief F. R. HAMMOND .......... Managing Editor J. G. WALSH ..... ........... N e-ws Editor GREEN ROOM CLUB J. B. RENGIER ........ Asst. Managing Editor T. L. MULLAN ................... President C. S. FOLTZ ..... .............. C olymnist H. B. ZIEGLER ..... ......... If ice-President F. H. COHO .............. Business Manager R. L. FOOSE .............. Business Manager f T-wo Hundred Tfwenty Eiglztj I W3 . 1 ,ff ,if f. :x D 4 A ,A Y . 4 l I xxx, 4 I Nxkr-7000 4 s 4 4x4 4 4 ' 4 4 4 . 4 . ,4 j 4x4 4 4: 4 44 .4 44 4 4 .4 34 .4 ,x, .4 4 ,4 .4 ,4 'X' ' 4X4 4X4 4 4x4 4 ,, .. 4 .4 4 'x' qx, 44 4' 4x1 4 . ax, 4 lx, 4 'xl 4' 4 4444 4 .4 X. 4 . Q4 5. .4 44 I 4xr 4 1x4 r tx, . 4 ,4 . l 44, 4 .4 5 .4 4x4 4 .4 4 ir I4 I 4 , g 4 4 ..' S . I 3 ,N LAMBDA CHI ALPHA qxx X XXX x x N Wi SIGMA P1 n v A I I lf? x if I .AJ n ' fl QL N! fk Xi gf Q '1 31 QA, i 4 I is I I Q I :.,. H 1 f 1 Q xxx! 'm J I iv 1' N u fi xxx f 'N X! ZX mf 5, fi V E Q I U 7: R 9 ! 'x 'I I 7 1 1' 's fm if X 4 ij xx, X! 4 O G I , X? K? 'a I fx XX I X -! 0 n 1 g. E i2 24 f 4? X. fx V .,, D N 1 '-wf' sw' f-sh ,fx ' 'xr-""'-z 4-A Kp, 5 P 1 Q '----M --MM--f' LQ-- F-,mu i 1 x H2 ca DELTA SIGMA PHI jlff., MM. .. 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C I 'I -5. , ,... -.N4..v if Qafx'-.,'!-"N'.3,'nA'1i"x' 31:2 "s,f' 'O-7' 'EDU' h ,, I' N mwO..O1fpM2,ff-Q Jwf f -f V .1 f 1 can ,--...Q IQSIORIFLAMME O++"++ Q r 6 0 6 0 O 6 o r , 9 z Basket Ball Schedule 4 1930-193 I Dec. - H ro-Elizabethtown, Elizabethtown 9 9 Q 6-Penn, Philadelphia . 0 Q " I3-Lehigh Univ., Bethlehem Q H I6-Princeton, Princeton ' Q Jan. 9-Dickinson, Carlisle 5 l "L Io-St. Ioseph's, Lancaster 5 ' H I4+Gettysburg, Gettysburg L 5 " I6-Swarthmore, Lancaster 0 Feb. 3-Muhlenberg, Lancaster 9 ff 5-sf. Joseph's, Philadelphia 9 C' 7-Albright, Reading Q I I-Dickinson, Lancaster : I4-Washington 81 Jefferson, Lancaster I8-Gettysburg, Lancaster Q 21-Ursinus, Collegeville zi 25-LJCb2l1'1OI1 Valley, Annville Q H 27-Albright, Lancaster Q . Nlarch 4-Lebanon Valley, Lancaster . H 6-Ursinus, Lancaster r - , O , . , 9 9 Q I Tfwo Hundred Thirty Sixj L f ll . ' v.-Q oo Q-Q9-bio--Qfvsdvwbor-5-evoavbbv-Q-Oro 9e++ofo0- 0 4 9 o 9 0 9 O 9 O 9 0 9 O O 9 O 0 O, 0 0 9 . s 9 9 9 O , 9 .- . y 5 O 9 0 0 0 0 O O 0 0 x 1 I NN- V Akx. Z ' A , A X.: 1? 4? fx T? :ggi 40 5 i .15 Ny r 532 , . lj P Nw , 5? r P X, J , 2 'P 6 f O , , V 4 , r v 4 s K F -4 4 4 1 1 1 KAPPA SIGMA -4? . . , U A AfN1Q,.D?i,:?M,33Q?,.fgfNcxk3!f91C,0'f0'W -, n u ,Vx ,dw H " .1 L fmr"':fw:'22fL..?h'K.2P-ivy'-2 M' ' I U 1- 'f 'J "" ' 5 9 an :B +oooooQ l93l 0RlFlAP1N'E " " Soccer Schedule I93O ct Swarthmore Swarthmore -West Chester Lancaster -Western Maryland Lancastel -Gettysburg Gettysbur g 'N CC . -Temple, Phlladelphla X lN ov -Lafayette, Lancaster A . ' cc I -Navy, Annapohs L H -Chalfonte Haddon Hall, Atlantic Clty L - --Delaware, Lancaster x 1 , X lx 'L+ O 1' a- IfTfw0 Hundred Thirty Eightj l 0 O 0 - O I I 9 0000909 9000099009-9090000099 9 4 O 0 O 0 O O 0 0 O O 0 0 C O Q O O 0 Q 0 O , - f . 0 . ,, 0 0 . O O 0 9 0 6 4. 9 0 0 O 0 0 9 O O O 1 0 0 0 O 0 O 9 0 9 O O 0 O 0 O O O 0 O 9 O i1 3,Sf. 9 ' 1 'A. 1,Pedhead. O O O O O 0 6 O Q 0 O 9 O 0 ALPHAP1 ooQooooo+ooooo040009' """ oo 9 ll ' ll . N .-....Q l93l0RlFlAMME O'+ff-+ -' Q 'L O 4 ,V . . 0 9 4 6 0 9 O 2 I Q Q 5 Q O Q 0 9 O Q O 9 O Q 0 Q 9 Q V L 'L y c VO L ' Track Schedule 0 Q V ' 39,30 0 Q April 26-Penn "Q, i Relays, Philadelphia V. i Q May 3--GCtfYSbl11'g Frosh and Varsity, Lancaster , .V U 7-Villanoya Frosh and Varsity, Lancaster , . 5' y IO-MUhlCHbCfg Varsity, Allentown 1 V . . 'W C I I4-Ursinus Frosh and Varsity, Collegeville k . ' ' I7-Conference Freshman Meet, Lancaster : 5 ' I7-Central Pa.. 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V 1 .jx I , f 183 , J' I' fx .4-1..3.,:,..,,,,,, ,,,, ,, YJJVW .Y WY Y in iwvfwigig WY -F? - S S S ,na cloivertyin Fra nklin. the Prinfer 1765 l l IQ 9 9 9 O 9 o O 96 6 0 9 9 Q 9 9 s 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 o 6 9 9 9 9 o Q. 0 9 Q. 9 ,A QI ,+.+.. Q f l93l omrLAMME sO--Q-- " x 6 9 6 9 9 9 9 v 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 .4 - 9 The creation of the 'IQ3I Oriflaniine was made pos- sible by the assistance of the advertisers representeflr Q in this section. We, the Staff, urge the students of ' ' Franklin and Marshall to fafvor them with their pat- Q ronage whenever possible. 9 , 9 9 9 4, Q, 9 O . 9 9 9. 9 9 9 4 9 4 9 4 9 9 0 9 0 o -I' u za 9 ' l I rf- of 4 Q sho 4- Q Q 4 Q Q Q Q Q Q Q - - " R 9 I .y. I' 5 x . L 1' A r I Q Aiwa A . l I .eg Eg:-11? Z-Vnri X J. : I -'I' Q + ' Q J l93l ORIFLAMME, Qrg 1 .-- -- .. - 5 0 , ' Y E , 4,32 . 9 re- l I . 9 Q I ii O E Q ' Q ' I I ' + , I 0 0 Q - I . ' . I if 9 9 . 9 0 9 V .I 5 0 ' 5 5 I i 0 I A .. ... .. L 9 9 If ' . . . 0 ThlS IS Your Invitation 9 .I I RIGHT here in Lancaster, practically Within sight of the Campus, , Q I is located the largest linoleum factory in the World. It is the , Q plant Where Armstrongls Linoleum is made. ' Q' To the college man Who plans to enter business, a visit to the I I . Armstrong plant across the tracks from Williamson Field offers a i real opportunity to see the Wheels of industry in action. To ' everyone, in fact, the visit will prove entertaining and enlightening. 0 9 I Plan to come over for a visit any day during the week except Q Q I Saturday. There are four regular factory tours a day, at 9:00 and Q Q 10:30 in the morning, and at 2:00 and 3:30 in the afternoon. Q ' Q If you have a group of men who would like to make this fasci- Q O nating trip, let us know by telephone that you are coming, and . special guides Will be furnished. L ' 9 9 4 ARMSTRONG CORK COMPANY Q 9 FLOOR DIVISION LANCASTER, PENNSYLVANIA Q g J 0 fTfwo Hundred Forty Fifvej . . O 0 Q 6QQ00999999QQOQQQOQQQQQQQQOOO . Q -----4p l93l omrLAMME 0.0 00 9 O 0 0 o o o 0 QQ o - I Q . l ' A THE GUNZENHAUSERBAKERY I I Q I Q. . . : Bread and Cake: 0 y . 9 ' RR o , Q O I , -- -p - In 9 L - T I - - 9 l .Qizmlzbgf - Cserfvice - 'Price . I SUSQUEHANNA COALS - I ' I I I E CERT ' I ' FIED ANTHRACITE OUR CONSTANT AIM is to make our I . I Drug Store 'a better one. We aim at 9 I perfection in all details of quality, O I l price and service. If you are not already a I Q I customer,we solicit an opportunity to please I i youg if you are a customer, you are un- i R6-SCI'CC11CCl OVC1' 9 feet of SCFCSUS doubtedly satisfied and we hope you'll tell I your friends. Remember, Quality, Service Q I and Price always pleasing. I 0 Q '23 Q A I I Fred Pon KZ ' 1. A. MILLER 6 co., INC. v Q Prescription Dmggists Q 424 N' Water St' Phone 2216 '56 N. QUEEN ST. LANCASTER, PA. Q ' ' I -- ' I . .- -1 -. L 3 fT-wo Hundred Forty Sixjl 5 Q Q 1 U ' OOOO 069- 6000009900ooo-90090990Q 9 O 9 O 0 I 0 0 9 0 0 4 I 9 0 6 0 4 I 0 Q O 0 O 0 O 0 9 0 O 0 9 0 O O 0 O I +""'O l93l0RlFl.AMME 0...... ' 9 4 o O w- - - 0 0 ' - I ' ESTABLISHED 1888 . 0 - 6 ' 0 ' 9 . A QUARTER CENTURY OF I ' I O + COLLEGE PHOTOGRAPHY 3 0 0 Z I ' A , O 0 I , f ,I 4 0 I ' Q 4 Swv I Q 0 z 220 WEST 42ND STREET : P ' NEW YORK : 0 0 ' 0 r I COMPLETELY EQUIPPED TO RENDER THE z I HIGHEST QUALITY CRAFTSMANSHIP AND O ' AN EXPEDITED SERVICE ON BOTH PER- 1 9 , ' SONAL PORTRAITURE AND PHOTOGRAPHY Q ' I FOR COLLEGE ANNUALS. 2 4 0 Sl 9 4 I 9 9 ' OFFICIAL PHOTOGRAPHER TO THE , 0 , ' H1931 QRIPLAMMEU Q z I H I I fTfwo Hundred Forty SIC"UL'Il5 z 6 . 0 4 9 ' ---QQoo+o+ooo+ooo++oo-00040000Q oooRER9S DRUG SToRE Dm Prescriptions ...t .-rn In ,sung CANDY . .Af ,QCIGARS ' SODA WATER l an A DRUGIQ-STORE SUNDRIES n1 1 NORTH QUEEN STREET QC, 193: omn.AMME -.-....-.-- rr- el LANCASTER STEAM LAUNDRY . -, aunclerers Since 18690 East King Street A Phone 4460 . Ole! Hi Cost Says V- I sn- . , 1He doesn't know Inticlipaloout athletics . "VBut he 'is sorry fotthose poor soles. R W Sntis ezction will be found at tloe I WEST ,END SHoE REPATRINGR SITCP' 523 WEST LEMON STREET H. C. FRANTZ Wholesale Confectioner Penny Goods and 5-Cent Bars a Specialty .414 WEST VVALNUT STREET LANCASTER, PA. LANCASTER BUSINESS COLLEGE ,E 48 NORTH QUEEN STREET, LANCASTER, PA. Fully Accredited by the Nati l A ona ssociation of Accredited Commercial Schools. 74th year. Strong faculty, excellent equipment, pleasant surroundings. Courses: ACCOUNTING-SECRETARIAL-STENOCRAPHIC I G. DOMMY, Principal W. H. DIEHM, Registrar -Q O l gs ,-1-gina fs 54 f 'li T-wo Hundred,Forty Eiglztj T M y 'v s 7 4 . as +9 4. . .ls 4. I. -sno ws-QQOO' r,,. U' Sm wo: Uni eral L, Th lic' C '33 X1 , 5 s s 8 S1 I s 'x x I 70 , i I I I l 1 I I I ,.- 4' I Ifl II III II Il' . M ,I II I I I III ' I II I I H I 1 I I 1 Il! IIN' Ik' , I I ' I a 'g II-I 13 I I I I I I I I I I I I I O0 , I O 0 Ig or - - I h - I I I O cc 1 , an I The Men s Sho I , S d F .hp MANHATTAN A mal' 0 mg an urn1s ings .ii k ' O worn by well-dressed College and SI 0 University Men, at pleasingly mod- Q erate pr1CeS. I A Suits, Topcoats, Golf Clothes," 44 , - ,, , Knickers, shifts, Neckwear, me ZQWQI73' doe! ff be-"5 ,O D Fancy Socks, Sweaters, ' 0 I Dressing Gowns. -i O l Give us a trial I I The Hager Store fi West King Street 231 WEST KING STREET I 0 . Lancaster, Pa. LANCASTER, PA- AO I , , - I Ig 6 I ' .:.5.:Q:EEffie'2ST5ti'Q:3:3:3:,:,-. -l -,.. :,:,.5.3.-1-13 ' ' D. W. MIESSE Q I -+4 ' YZ. i EQ f I , . 5252 ssSsiz5agega:11" Q 52fiiiiiiiiiggigigzgigigi "5S3Q,l' :E??gigEEEg1,EQ,g5EgE5E5if -1.51 ' I - Mfmfafffffffs Of S25 : Ice Ciream, Candy and Cakes I .,.. ' THE EASTMAN CINE KODAK 0 123 NORTH QUEEN STREET The simplest of home movie carrneras Q Preserves the high spots of college days in living likeness for your enJoyment in later years i ,I Comein. Will gladlygiveyouademonstratzon 4 'I DARMSTAETTER'S , 02,3 Expert Angliegrggiygloginpgpignd Printing 0 0 C 11 IBS Q I.. New store: 35-37 NORTH QUEEN ST, I - - "- t i fTfwo Hundred Forty Niflfl , 6 ' A :I 'fooroo ooo0 Oo00 """",'-,-' x 9 0 0 0 6 5 6 0 9 0 0 O 0 0 O 9 0 0 O I O I f l I Q , o 9 O O , 0 O 4 0 4 9 6 0 4 o o Q, O 0 O ll ll X 0 0 to 6 Q, O 0 O 9 0 0 gr O 0 9 Q. .I .I 9 9 ,. Q, Q. Q, 5 gy. I O .I Q. O Q-, Q 9 Q, o o 6 ' 0 9 0 to 0 I ..... Q l93l DRIFLAMME' Os' +0 ESTABLISHED 1770 1 The oldest Tobacco Shop in America 'b ' IT has been our policy to offer for sale only those articles of proven quality and popularity and those exclusive smoking accessories that cannot be found in the ordinary cigar store. Our 160 years in the tobacco business prove conclusively the . soundness of this policy. ' I V I ' . MANUFACTURERS or GOLD EN "LION ' CIGARS 114 EAST KING ST. Lincoln Highway LANCASTER, PA. I 4 E ' I I ...Them IMPERIAL DRUG STORE , I4 T8dfILQf Service to the y Fraternz'z'z'e.r BUTTER on the corner Bef! Wz'fhef to ' HARRY M. KNIGHT, MGR. Clan gf 1931 BEN S. BUCKWALTER N. Queen 81 Chestnut Sts. Lancaster Pennsylvania IfTfwo Hundred Fiftyzl QQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQoooooosgoo 0 6 9 . 6 . O 6 O 0 9 0 9 O O O 9 I 9 0 O 0 I 0 9 0 9 0 6 O 0 9 6 O 0 0 0 O O 0 +""-0 l93l0RlFl.AMME Q...-- Q 4 O go Q, 9 O 0 O 9 O Q, O Q, O O 9 4 0 o o O o 0 o o o o o 0 o e o 9 0 . 0 0 0 9 6 0 0 Q 9 ll Q Jahn dt Ullier Again 66513 are An1erica's largest school annual designers and engravers because We render satisfaction on more than 400 books each year. Intelligent co-operation, highest quality workmanship and on-time deliveries created our reputation for dependability. JAHN 8: OLLIER ENGRAVIN G CO. Tbotograpbers, Artists and Makers of Fine Printing Plates for Black or Colors. 817 W. Washington Boulevard - Chicago Telephone MONROE 7080 ' A nm V :TQ fTfwo Hundrod Fifty 01101 4 - - - - - - -.- 45 1931 omrLAMME ' ' . . ' ' u l E Q o 9 O , I Q o 1 I 9 , 9 I 0 : KODAKS 4 PARKER PENS For ME AT S t lx: A f OP 9 :I A 9 4 SIHIIENIK IBRCUUSQ I-IIGI-I QUALITY 4 'xi ' ' .I 4 '22 CA L L : I, "Everything for Sport " - 9 I 1 Renmnger S 2 A A M k A " ar et I . Q 4 I Q 30- 32 WEST KING STREET 9.11 NORTH DUKE STREET Q 'X' Q A 1 LANCASTER, PA. Ph 2014 O Q - - - - I --L li I 0 I Q ' " ' 0 ' I - - - RE-NT AT - - - - I :II 9 I an 0 METTFETT BROS 0 + To Dmve It Y0urSeI1f95' A N Qggghefn 1332563 STS 0 Y , . AND 7 T . t , fllqlzable cmd fP1'0mpf Serfuice - LANCASTER, PIII z IX' I P Q I GROIFIFYS GARAGE ' Fresh Vegetables-Fruit 0 Tx, Q 229 N. Queen St. Lancaster, Pa. I Fish 0 4x, O I Phone 2137-I A PHONE 2367- 368 S 4 0 -"' "1 - . . .. -, , , . 4 , Q ' '22 " F' - - - - .- . .. - 0 A 0 , , A . , o X . I Orange DM Amhme . 15: Q A REPAIRING AND ENGRAVING ffgertifiedw Q 'I I , Nldentiiiedv' 5 IX, 2 ' S I "Guaranteed" 2 III A I - 'DUKE 81 CHESTNUT STREETS . J. H. HALLER O 'E' ' LANCASTER, PENNA. . A South Water Street Q Ixr Q - ... . - -I I - I - I - Q ' M Q- I: Tfwo Hundred Fifty Tfwgj Ixb To A 9 O A u C. oooooooooo+ooo ll ' ""'e900ooQoo Q -l 1 X 1 X VY NM 1 ' 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ' , 1 1 11 1 I 11 1 .1 1m Q .1 A 11 1 'J '7 1. pl We N 4 r Y 1" 1 , 'I ll 'OO l93l ORIFLAMME Ooo"o+ 2: 4 C C C 3 P l I 9 Q o 'O 0 C 0 O 6 9 5 Q O Qs 9 0 0 91 0 0 ,,,,,,,,I,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,IllI'IIII'l,,lllI'l'llIlIlII'IlI,,IIIlI'Ixl.llllllllllllllllllllllIIlllllalllllllllllllllxllII 6 9 9 9 . 9 , W e achfzowleaige fwzfh thanhs Q z' the prz'fvz'!ege gf maaafaotarzozg z : this issue gf : 6 Ellyn "f!Briflamme" z Q 1 O, W e have e7za'eafvorea' 9 I to hafoe it he : : a erea'z't to the class, h I Q szfaf ana' school z 0 o - A Q 9 O t LANCASTER PRESS, INC. , Q LANCASTER, PA. . , 4 Q .....1..-..-....-....--...-..-..--.-.---.-..-.-.----1.--.--.-.-.--. 9 , o , Q ' I 0 0 I 9 0 0 Q 3 fTfwo Hundred Fifty Tlzreezl O Q 0 , 0 I l ---QQQQQQQQQOQQQQQQQQQOOOOOOO' I - Huppefs CHOCOLATES and BON-RUNS 'bd' r ICE CREAM and ICE CREAM SODAS , -A 'b 'S' 22 East Orange Street l93l OR! FLAMME LANCASTER'S LEADING DEPARTMENT STORE 901 32-34-36-38 EAST KING STREET LANCASTER, PA. SERVICEN That our customers praise Donovans service is so much a part of the store itself that it might, in a sense, be called standard merchandise. Our service and our guarantee are ojered to you with your every purchase. This is an important reason for the hearty satisfaction that you know as one of our customers. Nor, as you will attest U you are an old customer, is this only a mat- ter of the moment. For service has already been the pride of this store . . . yesterday, to- day and the to-morrow that looms ahead . . . and we shall continue to measure our busi- ness life in deeds, not years. Let Us Be Your Gift Counsellors Here you will find jewelry of beauty and quality selected with care and thought and at prices that are based on true worth. M. NORMAN BAIR ,Ie w e le r 154 East King Street GLASS '33 DINGS GLASS CU. 422 West King Street "GEOFF" RECORDS-RADIO HABERDASHERY S. S. KRESGE CO. 51 NORTH QUEEN STREET Furnishings for the Student's Room l:Tfwo Hundred Fifty Fourzl 9 OQOQQQ QA 9494999 99-bvo+osQoooo 9 6 9 9 4 O 9 0 0 0 0 9 9 O O O 9 9 9 0 0 0 0 Q O 9 9 O O O 0 O 9 9 O 0 6 0 O O 0 ll iss' V j ' IZ + fs' + Q Q O 1931 omruxmmz 0 - + 1 ' I O I 0 r uise oflhe I Callgd U our 'my V1 for s one est U VM! mfg , I0- lg. -1 1 Q 5 I 1 I I i 1 I I : I I x I i I I I , 'X I xxx .I I e I , i ,, I , The Road to Good Plumbing MANY are the gifts that plumbing progress has brought everyone in present- day America. Its sanitation safeguards health, youth and beauty.l Its convenience saves time and household Iabor. Its permanence and quality preserve and increase property values. Its beauty adds brightness to life. Let us gifve you more details. AAA EVERTS 6? QVERDEER LANCASTER, PA. fTfwo Hundred Fifty Fiwej 9OOOOO99O9QOO99999-,---,- ll gil ll I 9:4 -vi. fc 1.1 n ,H ,V Q--. -E' 1 lv I J. O Q .. 9 0 Q C 0 0 0 IQ 0 v Sgt O O . I I x Q. I 0 0 If QI 9 IO... Q ,gg .O 6 I 9 . fb 0 9 l93l ORI FLAMME YORK SAFE AND LOCK COMPANY Manufacturers of Bank and Safe Deposit Vaults Fire and Burglar Proof Safes Bankers Chests Safe Deposit Boxes, Etc. els Factory and Principal Ojfice I YORK, PA. G.. SENER Sz, SONS I is e At Your Service fir Establ h d 1830 -GOOD PRINTING- I I QQWUWQQ .l.. I 'ii A - - I THE ART PRINTING CO. A I QRegisteredD 3,475 WEST KING STREET - LUMBER COAL LANCASTER, PA. BUILDING MATERIALS I 11 Bell Phone 951 PRINCE AND JAMES STREETS LANCASTER, PA. I Bell 318 and 319 I:Tfwo Hundred Fifty Sixj oi A9-t91Q,.Q.-Q.Q.19I9QQQQQQIQQQ04050904-+ ' so Q ll 0 0 9 9 5 9 9 O A A 9 O 0 Q 0 O O O S 9 O 0 9 9 9 O 9 9 0 O O 9 O 0 O O 0 6 I 6 O 0 O A i J. :iii-1:31-r Ay X igfflffz-tj .K txi .K .K Qxi X. xr 4, 4, ii K X. X P X, X, K X 5 I X, 13 E I I """4b l93l0RlFlAMME 000000, Q E O E 0 Q w O - 0 1 Correct Faslzzons Q - 2 , ln Mens Wear--- Qs 0 MC-3H'S Men's Men's :' Neckwear' Hosiery' Gloves 9 O Men's t Men's Men's Q Shirts Underwear' Nite Wear' QT 0 2 LEINBACH 6: CQMPANY , ' I fy l I w 0 l 1 M. I Bell Phone 3533 0 H. E, GIUBBS if ' Manufacturer I Lo Q, 66 0 ,, 416-418 NORTH PINE STREET 'Q Glbbs Ice Cream Sanitary Meat Market if Candies Sgdas I and Provisions Q 339 West Orange Stl eet . All Kinds of Fresh and Smoked Meats O Phone 23,55 LANCASTER, PA. 9 . T . - - 9 , ,, - . . ... - - 6 z QIAMONDS T 0063, TROPHIES 0 WA TCHES FA VURS 0 IE WELRY 0120082612 YJGIZIZQ GIFTS z Our Work Shop will recondilion your Q FRA TERNITY PINS LIGHTERS WATCHES CLOCKS JEWELRY z -I I Tfivo Himdrfed Fifty Sefvenjl -I - - I 0 0 99099OOOQOOOOQOQOOQOOOOOOOOOO0 a n 9 O O O 6 C 0 9 0 0 O 0 0 9 O 9 0 0 O 0 O O 0 O O O 0 O 0 O 0 O O 0 9 9 C O 9 O 0 9 O 9 O .-....45 l93lomrLAMME on-f--+ . T ' 4 6 0 9' Q A ' 1 I T' ' Q - - W. T. HAMBRIG T C. G. ENGLE I . 0 I I Mnnounczng . . . : 0 Q , 9 4 A ENGT-E AND I DUSTLESS o 6 HAIMBRIGHT I - : 9 z I ' t Treated 'with Calcium Chloride : Q INSURANCE 5, Q I I I 1--sf A 4 I - ' 0 I A Offim. I I RALPH W. COHO , I . 9 46 EAST ORANGE STREET CLEA N COAL O X - LANCASTER, PA, T22 West Chestnut Street 5 I ... .. T I ... . 9 Q . .. - . 9 0 1? PRINTING THAT PLEASES 9 2 I Where Quality is Yo1mr-Guide I I CCMMERCIAL : Complete Outflttets PRINTING HOUSE A A -f 0- MARKET AND GRANT STREETS ,I GENTLEMEN ' I BELL PHONE 5254 A 0 2: PROMPT SERVICE 1: 0 0 A O Q ,Ho1EL.BRuNswlclc A ' z LANCASTER, PA. ifgg -fl : O 500 Rooms -Fireproof :J E A 3 3 i g Q. . , - - ,, , - I"'g,Q..R?3f ,IFR T i ,gy 0 Lan'cas1'el"s Leatlmg Hotel TJ? 5 5,223 5 f i 9 To- 'V "WU 'l A i llilmw i MJH: Q C irculafing Ice Water z A A 5 9.9 it :I Rates 2 and Up , 9 Gara9e Mfendani AT Door 6551" 0 0 I:Tfwb Hundred Fifty Eightj 0 9 9 l 1 - u n r lFlRANlKlLllN Q85 MARSHALL CCUDlLlLlEGlI32 LANCASTER' PENNSYLVANIA Franklin and Marshall College offers complete four-year courses of study, leading to degrees of A.B., B.S., and B.S. in EC. Its educational policy rests on a sound basis and is developed in broad sympathy with the needs of the present day. Courses in preparation for all professional training, in- cluding Theology, Law, Medicine, Teaching and Journgal- ism, Engineering, and for Commercial Chemistry and scientific pursuits. 4 New courses in Economics and Business Administration. Full requirements for State Certificate to teach in High Schools. Special care is given to the individual development of each student by a faculty of able and experienced teachers. Six new buildings erected-two Dormitories, Gymnasium, Auditorium, Science Building, and Central Power House. New "Fackenthal Laboratories" afford special oppor- tunities' in the study of Biology and Chemistry. 'HENRY HARBAUGH APPLE, D.D., LL D - . Presid ent fT1wo Hundred Fifty Ninezl O 009 l93l omrlzxnmf 45 - - .. , - , Q. ll on O gn 0 9 0 O, Q, 0. 5 0 0 O gi gn Qi ' Q 5 T Q , 0 9 0 Q E 9 o 4 Q , O , Q 9 0 QT 9 Q, 4 6 -5 ll i .....Q l93l0RlFl.AMME O-Q--++ - - - - 6 'I 4 HAMTLTUN WATCHES O --al ' Te- I CCCUPILCUDNIIAIL 9 I T IHI IE AT IR IE ' 5 CHAS. M. HOWELL, Manager Q APPEL 8a WEBER I , T ' - Presenting 0 Goldfmiflu and Silwmmzibs l 0 I E E FEATURE ' 40 - 42 NORTH QUEEN STREET V TALKING ' z LANCASTER, PA. U PICTURES z :J I -- A I . F I Always a Show Worth! Seeing .I 3 3 D T A M O N D S 3 3 Q - - J , ' I - ' 'I E ' Molloy Mad: Q B E N D E R 9 S THE covER on this book b is the product of an organization , T 0 N S 0 R I A L of specialists whose sole work is the creation of unusual covers for , P A R L U R S School Annuals,Set Books,Histories, , Catalogues, Sales Manuals and other Commercial Publications 2l. EAST ORANGE STREET I THE DAVID MOU-OY CO- fl' 2857 North extern Avenue " - I -- CHICAGO 'T 0 V T 93 I ' 9 PRESCRIPTIONS A SPECIALTY ALL ORDERS PROIVIPTLY DELIVERED Q Bell I528-R Q GEGRGE SMITHGALL t I -Druggi.vt- Q Patent Medicines and Toilet Requisites Q ICE CREAM, SODA, CANDY AND CIGARS I- - - - - 9 f I Tfwo Hundred Sixtyj O 0 Q ll 0090-9 99999999-0099096099990694 9 4 O O 0 0 0 O 4 0 O 0 0 Q 4 I 4 o o O O IO o I0 o 9 0 o .0 IO E9 .6 I0 0 6 O 0 6 0 O O 6 4 4 +f"'-'O . l93l ORIFLAMME L '..Oo-ooo., " as 4 I I I I - I J ...- : ef PURITY ICE CREAM .-1 E I Good Fortune We shall make, for your parties' : approprzate fancy forms I i o or decorated I E The Class of 1931 ICE CREAM BRICK I , ICE CREAM PIE I Franklzn and Marshall ICE CREAM CAKE I is the wish of : ICE CREAM MELON I P D E or "WHAT HAVE. YOU" ? ENNL AIRIES, Inc. I V y I 2 Give us a call Pbone 1217 Books and Stationery The I QQ B. B. Martin Company I Fine 'Prz'rzrz'rzg LUMBER ,Qualify plus Service I arm' '6u7Zg7'd'ZJZ'7Zg j L. B. HIERR S. SoN FRED S. PYFER, President JOHN F. PYFER, Vice-Pres. L. N. NOLT, Treasurer ' 46-48 West King Street I Lancaster I JANIES X CHARLOTTE STS. LANICASTER PENNA. ' "SWAN" FOUNTAIN PENS 1 I . , ,I .... fTfwo Hundred Sixty Onejl gggggQQ9CC909C9C00O9QO9939'9' O O O O 9 0 0 0 0 O 0 9 0 O 0 0 0 0 O O O 6 0 0 O 0 O 0 0 0 O o 0 o 9 6 0 Q o o 0 0 0 9 ll ll O Q, 0 Q, 0 9 I In 9 ,I O , I W I 9 I A .4 0 V 1 V QI. ? Q! O , Q 0 Q S, 0060 069999 . ..4 ,Q , ,,. I . I IZ: 4 j , I , I Q I .3444 A I Mo DQHAILIPIERN I A Costumes for Plays I VVHCLESALE ' S ff 1 I Minstrels, Pageants and Q I AND RETAIL I X A 9 I I I Masquerades ' 'gf - ny, , ,,, . fm '24 I lf! ' A N D I I . I I . 4 wffghr . 'I' ' "I tx " -"' I A . A CAPS AND GoWNS 4 'I ,I 9444.121 A 5 J 4 7- 4. ' I a 1 On a Rental Baszs 9' I f ff. ., .5 I. . I 04 ' A ' - 'P ff 41 .--. .rf 5? I 0 :L 0 aff L' I I ffl , W A A S 81 S O N Q f:.4'4 4 ffl-155' 'J fn -s...:..fff1 -Ii. ' T". - Cosiumers to the Nation . 4 . Ng 8-10 NORTH PRINCE STREET I I 123 SOUTH llth STREET ' -A f 4 LANCASTER, PENNA. A I PHILADELPHIA Q4 I he 4 , O O I 1 1- .. - . Lu v 4 - . . 0 SQA? 4 , . .wr I I 1 I, I ' , .i..l I AN Apple Stamped in your Solid , . A Qmplzments ' A gold ring or pin guarantees perma- . . A S '- ,- , 1 ' ,M Q I nent Wear. Q - v 4. I of . . ..T f In I, I . . I J. P. APPLE Co.,1nC. - ,I LANCASTER, PA. I . 9 Highest Quality I Lowest Prices I 1 4 STRAND THEATRE A I 4 4 4 4 A 1 . ... . .. ..A- A Q, 4 - I . I ... Q I I I ' LANCASTER PAINT sf GLASS co. 14 4 I Manufacturers of and Dealers in 1 4 I Paints zz Oils zz Glass :zz Brushes 44 I - . GQ . pe ' . Q1 ' Oflice and Works: 4 I 235 NORTH PRINCE STREET LANCASTER, PENNA. Q- ' - -- I 4 4 I Tfwo Hundred Sixty Tfwo :I 4 9 Q 4 0 o . I 4 . :V I I S.. 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