Gettysburg College - Spectrum Yearbook (Gettysburg, PA)

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ZINN a it 1 1 ,f 4 , - ' ,-" ' ,f' , I, 1 7 xf ,f .1 ,-ff .f I " -X' f' Z , 1 ,f .f .1 f' ff X' If jf. .Nl ff ,X X ff! ,ff X ff ff ff" "ss -'f ,f f 'ff 4, f' Z ,Z ,f- "lf ff X ,ff ' N ' X Z I X rf 1 Q w E PRESENT this volume as a true portrayal of our campus, our instructors, our class' mates, our interests,- in brief, Gettysburg as We see her. We have left un' sounded the love of Alma Mater and the strange joy of reminisf cence, knowing that in the hearts of Gettysf burgls men they will arise unbidden, Welling up from true affection. Q FoREWoRD X f l II III t IV V. V VI. 1 VII Campus Administration Classes Activities Organizations Girls Feature CCD TE T WILLIAM L. GLATFELTER A GREAT industrial ideal' ist, a Christian gentleman, a loyal and liberal son of Gettys' burg College I .n.An,.1.nL.,., CAMPUS I, I I , I I I I I I - I I I I I I I I I I I I . I' I I I I ' II. I I 'II Ik I F I I ' I I I- L I I I , , I ! I 1 I I I 1 , I . I' I I I l I I g I I ' I ' I I I I ' 1 I -I I' I ' , 'I I I I - - I I I I If I I I I I. I II I I , I I I II I I IF I 'II I .I 1 , I , I gx I I I I I I I I II E II I I- I I I I I II , II I I I I I I t I I I II - I I I I . I , M . I I I .Q I I I I ', I I I I I I I I I I If I I I I I I I I I I 5 I I I- I I I II I ALMA MATER As softly the evening shadows Are veiling the campus towers, We come, a band of good fellows, e To sing in the twilight hours. The silvery moonlight mantels The worn walls of chapel anew, The wind in the treessweetly echoes Our praises of Orange and Blue. Whenever thy loyal sons gather To walgen fond memory, Our thoughts shall he turned, Alma Mater Old Gettysburg, hack to thee. Forever am I thy debtor, And whatever else I may do, I'll Love, I'll Defend, and I'll Honor Thy Glorious Orange and Blue. Center of the cam pus sphereg All diverging paths meet here. WW ,vw 44, 3, xii,-ef "'V 5 I' Pin' . K' 'ff 9. 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Architectural delight Volumes-rn amy, eruditc. :P ew.v,fghf'lQ,5 1 af-vs""'l N u I v 4.1 ai a M aa 'Q f If X 45 iff f J XM is 4 X? Wvw? f f , Z ik Q 'y I Q 1 ,.'- 1 V, ff 4 ,gf f N' X I X j X I vu' wi y I Wg f Z ay -V W Z s W - . 'Z 'I-. ' 1 4, , W,-'ff -' ' A ,fx af? f 4 Hop and Prom, quic basketball, Drama, banquets- happy hall! Test tubes, levers microscopesg Science nursing youthful hopes. uf iv-s ' , I sf IF' mf L- Beauty nods beside these poolsg Stars at night are mirrored jewels. e Jav- L- N vu! , .M f 'J ADMINISTIQATIDN . I 5' ' s 1 I I I, I I I I I I I I ,. I I l , S I 1- , 4 I , I , . . I I I I 5' I . I I . I 'I I if I - I 1 I E I H . :I II I , I '- i -If T E ' I I , I I .. I L . , g U, . A I e I I I .','J I I' I 21, I I - IL I I A . ' n I I I n I I II ' I, Ii II I li I Ii II I I I' I I I I I I HENRY W. A. HANSCN M. A., D. D. LL. D. President of Gettysburg College A.B., Roanoke College, 1901, M.A., Roanoke College, 1904, B.D., Gettysburg Seminary, 19043 Studied in Leipsig, Berlin, Halle, Germany, 1904-06, Pastor, St. Luke's Lutheran Church, Pittsburgh, Pa., 1906-13, Pastor, Messiah Lutheran Church, Harrisburg, Pa., 1913-235 D.D., Gettysburg College, 1919, President of Gettysburg College, 1923-g LL.D., Bucknell University, 19255 LL.D., Lehigh University, 1925 g Scabbard and Blade, Pen and Sword, CD B K, K CD K. '-:rl Q3 In-' Date 'elected 1890 ...... 1893 1896 1897 1899 1902 1907 1907 1907 1908 1908 1908 1908 1910 1913 1914 1914 1915 1915 1916 1917 1918 1921 1921 1922 1923 1923 1929 1929 1929 . . . - . . . . . . . . . . . - . . . . . . . 0 . . . . . . . u . . . . . . . - . . . . . . . n - . . . . . . n . . . . . . 0 . . . . . . a . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . - . . . . . . . . n . . . . . . . - . . . . . . . - . . . . . . . . . . . . . . - . . . - - . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . - . . . . . . . . - . . . . - . n . . . . . . . . . . . . . - . . . . . . . 4 . . . . . . . n . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . BCARD CF TRUSTEES HON. SAMUEL MOC. SWOPE. .. .... Gettysburg JOHN WAGNER, D.D."' ........ ....... H azleton JOHN B. MCPHERSON, ESQ. ..... . . .BOstOn, Mass. WILLIAM A. SHIPMAN, D.D."' .... ..... J ohnstown HENRY H. WEBER, D.D. ...... .......... Y ork CHARLES BAUM, M.D., PH.D.. .. ....... Philadelphia. MARTIN H. BUEHLER ......... ..... G len Falls, N. Y. HON. R. WILLIAM BREAM ......... ..... G ettysburg ALPHEUS EDWIN WAGNER, D.D.. . . WILLIAM L. GLATFELTBR ........ FRANK E. COLVIN, ESQ... .. JOHN F. DAPP ............ GEORGE B. KUNKEL, M.D.. . . CHARLES FITE .......... HON. LUTHER A. BREWER ....... . . FREDERICK H. KNUEEL, D.D., LL.D.. . . . . PERCY D. HOOVBR, M.D. ......... . LESLIE M. KAUEEMAN, M.D.. . . HARVEY C. MILLER .... . . . . . . JOHN B. MCALLISTER, M.D. ........ . JEREMIAH ZIMMERMAN, D.D., LL.D. .... . LOUIS S. WEAVER, M.D. ............ . HARRY C. HOFFMAN, M.D."g.. JOSEPH B. BAKER, D.D."' ........... . . CHARLES T. LARK, ESQ. ............. . . HENRY W. A. HANSON, D.D., LL.D.. . . . GEORGE H. HUMMEL"' ............ PAUL B. S. RICE ..... GEORGE E. NEFF, E Q. ....... . CHARLES M. A. STINE, Sc.D. .... A . . ........Hallam . . . .Spring Grove . . . . . .Bedford . . .Harrisburg . . . . . .Harrisburg . . . . .Pittsburgh Cedar Rapids, Ia. New York, N. Y. . . . .Waynesboro . Q . . .Kauffman's- . . . Philadelphia . . . . .Harrisburg . Syracuse, N.Y, .........YOrk . . . .Connellsville ..........York New York, N. Y. . . . . .Gettysburg ........York . . . . .Harrisburg ..........York Wilmington, Del. 3' Designated as Alumni Trustees, having been elected on nomination by the Alumni Association. '-SI Q4 IR- A Iftfffsburg -Hazleton all Mas. ldlllstown - - - .York ililadelphja N. Y. 3ettY5bl1l'g Ting Grove . .Bedford Harrisburg Harrisburg Pittsburgh Rapids, Ia. lorlx, N. Y. hyriesboro Kauibnarfs biladelphia iianisburg lzux, N-Y. . . . . .York odd . . . . .Yofl 'ofkq N , Y, gfftysbllfl , , . . .Yofl Hmisbufl l ,... Yofl ,gmt GL Dil. PHILIP MELANCHTCN BIKLE D.D., Ph.D. Dean and Pearson Professor Emeritus of the Latin Language and Literature A.B., Gettysburg College, 1866g B.D., Gettysburg Theo' logical Seminary, 18699 Ph.D., Roanoke College, 18843 DD., Gettysburg College, 19143 Professor of Mathematics and Latin, York County Academy, 1866-675 Professor of Latin and Greek, North Carolina College, 1869-703 VicefPrincipal and Professor of Latin, Lutherville Female Seminary, 1870-73g Graduate Work, Dartmouth, 1873-'74Q Cckershausen Professor of Physics, Gettysburg College, 1874-813 Pearson Professor of Latin Language and Literature, Gettysburg College, 1881- 1925 3 Dean of Gettysburg College, 1889-1925g Editor of the Pennsylvania College Monthly, 1876-93g also of the Lutheran Quarterly, 1880-19075 Author of Farraclay, the Scientific and Christian, jesus, the Son of Gocl, Educating 'Young Men for the Ministry, and other booksg Member of the American Philological Society, K K K CDartmouthj, E X, 112 B K, K 112 K CGettysburgD. 956 WILBUR E. TILBERG M.A., Ph.D. Dean of Gettysburg College A.B., Bethany College, 19115 A.M., University of Kansas 1912g Graduate Work, at University of Chicago, 1916-17 and at University of Wisconsin as an Honorary Fellow, 1925- ' 2 Ph D University of Wisconsin 1928' Professor of History - -s 7 , I , Midland College, Fremont, Nebraska, 1913-254 Dean, Mid' land College, 1914-255 Dean, Gettysburg College, 1927- Member of American Historical Association, K CID K, T K A --ul 25 In-- 55 YE ri' i 'EM r . S ri r r , r , -R ' '1., A x ga K. f ug, M. K i .i i . V iv. v.. g, ..-4' 15 . 1 .X A, .L ,Z ,Q , . y .hi ...ni i r-N. . -,.-L ir.. 1 df lr , so 'ls ri?-. V r Y W!-M L gg -r . gi. N-.-s.: 59 n li i mg. lr i ' 1 Z Hg e v 75 . ,-"u, z Y kiwi. AQ.. it, - v 'vie . 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LH 'ffl li ,H ,H -5,44 I GEORGE DIEHL STAHLEY A.M., M.D. Professor Emeritus of Biology and Hygiene A.B., Gettysburg College, 1871, A.M., Gettysburg College, 1874, M.D., Universityof Pennsylvania, 1875, First ASSiSCHHf Physician, State Hospital for Insane, Harrisburg, 1875-973 Specialist in Nervous Diseases, Easton, 1887-893 Professor Of Physical Culture and Hygiene, Gettysburg College, 1889-923 Graff Professor of Biology, Gettysburg College, 1892-19205 Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science and the American Public Health Association, Medical Director, Gettysburg College, 1920-, Pen and Sword, Q B K, QKNIf,BBB,KfIPK. 1 KARL JOSEP GRIMM Ph.D. Professor of German Ph.D., JohnsfHopkins, 1889, Received Collegiate Education in the Gym- nasia of Wertheim and Tauberischofsheim, Germany, Studied at St. Jerome's College, Canada, 1888-89, Rome, Italy, 1889-91, Springfield, Ill., 1891-92, Gettysburg Theological Seminary, 1892-95, Johns Hopkins, 1896-1901, Member of the American Oriental Society, The Modern Language Associaf tion, American Dialect Society, The Society of Biblical Literature and Exegesis, des Allgemeinen Deutschen Sprachvereins, Author, Professor of German Language and Literature, Gettysburg College, 1906-, Q B K. CHARLES FINLEY SANDERS A.M., D.D. William Bittmger Professor of Philosophy A.B., Gettysburg College, 1892, A.M., Gettysburg College, 1895, B.D., Gettysburg Theological Seminary, 1895, D.D., Lafayette College, 1913, Studied Philosophy and Allied Subjects, University of Leipsig, Germany, 1905-06, Translated a Number of Books in Philosophy and Education, Member of the American Sociological Association, Director, Gettysburg Summer School, Professor of Philosophy and Education, Gettysburg College, 1906-21, William Bittinger Professor of Philosophy, Gettysburg College, 1921-, World Tour, 1928-29, Q B K, K Q K.l --Q1 ee pa-- MILTON HENRY VALENTINE A.M., D.D. Amanda Rupert Strong Professor of English Bible A.B., Gettysburg College, 1882, A.M., Gettysburg College, 1885, B.D., Gettysburg Theological Seminary, 1887, D.D., Gettysburg College, 1902, Pastor of Trinity Lutheran Church, Bedford, Pa., 1887-92, Pastor of Messiah, Lutheran Church, Philadelphia, Pa., 1892-994 Editor, Lutheran Observer, 1899-1915, Amanda Rupert Strong Professor of English Bible and History Gettysburg College, 1916-, Pen and Sword, CID B K, LID I' A. ALBERT BILLHEIMER Ph.D. Franklin Professor of Greek A.B., Gettysburg College, 1906, A.M., Princeton University, 1910, Ph.D., Princeton University, 1917, Tutor, Stevens Hall, 1906-08, Graduate Study, University of Pennsylvania, 1908-09, Princeton University, 1909-12, Member of the American Philological Association, Franklin Professor of Greek Language and Literature, Gettysburg College, 1912-, Pen and Sword, QBK, TKA,KfPK,EX. FRANK HOLLINGER CLUTZ Ph.D. Burton F. Blough Professor of Civil Engineering A.B., Midland College, 1892, Ph.D., Johns Hopkins University, 18973 Scholar, Johns Hopkins University, 1893-97, Fellow, by Courtesy of Johns Hopkins University, 1896, Professor of Mathematics, Carthage College, 1898-993 Professor of Civil Engineering, Gettysburg College, 1918-, The American Mathematical Society, Certified Member of the American Associaf tion of Engineers, B 9 H. RUDOLPH ROSENSTENGEL I Professor of Electrical and Mechanical Engineering B.S., University of Wisconsin, 1894, M.M.E., Cornell University, 1912, Instructor in Mechanical Engineering, Michigan State College, 1905-06, Instructor in Electrical Engineering, Oklahoma Agriculture and State College, 1906-09, Fellow in Engineering, Sibley College, Cornell University, 1911-12, Superintendent, Engineering Department, Bryant and Stratton College, Buffalo, N. Y., 1912-17, Associate Member of American Institute of Electrical Engineering, Professor of Electrical and Mechanical Engineering, Gettysburg College, 1918-. .QI Q7 i 1 , Q ' 3 um Elia , it if ,gy f " :A ,JI "-ami 2 x ,Ci 5,-ix! is 'i gsakfff' .Mm . Us 1. I I lla' I ,ga ' Es ll .', its tw fa it 'gg , ,,.'. 57' tx , -c I, I ,Q ,T Sgt 1 .-5 li., .. ...,,1a,. ,gf 5.4 ite ,- lr o ,. J. fi '.- if-,.. A if- ,, ..X. 3. 1. Za? A 15' L-r-.g , -',,,,: ,gn - ui S' ,i.,.f, if , I , 1 ' r f ," FT, 1 E ii , a - V .,. g '- s Toni lf F ' ,V ' 1 -t c. f , 1 ,--E ,bf v I ' '-,. 'l ,i. A., ... 5,1 . Q .. u , , 1, , l"1-- 111661 'aw 5, W ESSEX' if 3 4, iff' iffflfl 2 ll ,sb n. ,g 3 Lggly. ,ffxs Hel' rrixygq .Lia -1 ,w-. 9 - ' ,av , Nr-1 RICHARD ALLEN ARMS , Ph.D. Alumni Professor of Mathematics A.B. Ursinus College, 19135 Ph-D','Un1verSify of Pennsylvania, 1917, Pfgfessor of Mathematics, Juniata College, 1917-19, Instructor in Mathef matics, University of Pennsylvania, 1919-204 Alumni Pfofessof Of Mathe' matics, Gettysburg College, 1920-, Member of the American Mathematical Society and The Mathematical Association of America, Director, Owl and Nightingale Club, Pen and Sword, T K A FRANK HENRY KRAMER Ph .D. Professor of Education A.B., Gettysburg College, 1914, A.M., University of Pennsylvania, 1916, Ph.D., University of Pennsylvania, 1920, Head of the Commercial Depart' ment, West Chester High School, 1914-20, Boy Scout Work, 1917-23, Assistant Professor of Education, Gettysburg College, 1920-21, Professor of Education, Gettysburg College, 1921-, Secretary of Professional Inter' Fraternity Conference, 1928-29, President of Southern Convention District of Pennsylvania State Education Association, 1928-29, Pen and Sword, fIP2K,KiPK,'5IJBK,fI9AK, IIFM. THOMAS LUCIAN CLINE Ph.D. Graejj' Professor of English A.B., Roanoke College, 1911, A.M., Princeton University, 1912, Ph.D., University of Virginia, 1923, Professor of English, Midland College, Fremont, Nebraska, 1915-20, Instructor in English, University of Virginia, 1921-22, Professor in Summer School, University of Virginia, 1922, Professor of English and Argumentation, Gettysburg College, 1922-24, Head of English Departf ment, Gettysburg College, 1924-, Member of the Association of American University Professors, CID F A, T K A, K LID K, RASMUS S. SABY Ph.D. Professor of Economics and Political Science A-B-, UUiV9fSi'CY of Minnesota, 1907, Graduate Work, University of Wisconsin and Cornell University, Ph.D., University of Pennsylvania, 1910, Pf0f3SSOf, Cornell University, 1910-24, Professor of Economics and Political Science, Gettwbufg College, 1924-Q Member of American Economic Associaf UOUL The American Political Science Association, The National Municipal League, American Academy of Political and Social Science, rib B K, A x11 E, II Il M. --al 28 Ia-- JOHN BROWN ZINN Ph.D. Oclqersliausen Professor of Chemistry B.S., Gettysburg College, 1909, Ph.D., Johns Hopkins University, 1911-13, Instructor in Chemistflh Amherst, 1913-16, Professor of Chemistry, Worf cester Polytechnic Institute, 1919-24, Member of the American Chemical Society, American Association for the Advancement of Science, Professor of Chemistry, Gettysburg College, 1924-, CID B K, E E, A T SZ. ROBERT PRICE MARSH, Ph.D. Dr. Charles H. Graeff Professor of Biology B.S., New York University, Graduate Work, Rutgers, In Charge of Graduate Plant Physiology Laboratory, Rutgers, 1922-24, M.S., Rutgers, Ph.D., Rutgers, Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science, Member of the Botanical Society of America, The American Society of Plant Physiologists, The Physiological Section of the Botanical Society, Charles H. Graeff Professor of Biology, Gettysburg College, 1924-, Member of the Pennsylvania Academy of Science, E Z, A K E, B B B. ROBERT FORTENBAUGH Ph.D. Adeline Sager Professor of History A.B., Gettysburg College, 1913, Graduate, Gettysburg Theological Seminary, 1916, A.M., Syracuse University, 1920, Ph.D., University of Pennsylvania, 1926, Pastor, The Lutheran Church of the Atonement, Syraf cuse, N. Y., 1916-23, Instructor in Sociology and History, Syracuse Uni' versity, 1920-21, Assistant Professor of Sociology, 1921-23, Adeline Sager Professor of History, Gettysburg College, 1923-, CActing Professor, 1923-265, Member, The American Historical Association, The Association of History Teachers of the Middle States and Maryland, A T SZ, CID K KID, II I' M, CID B K, K fl? K. OTTO MULLER Ph.D. Professor of Romance Languages Ph.D., University of Zurich, Switzerland, 1919, Received College Educaf tion in the College de Geneve, Switzerland, Studied Classical Philology and Romance Languages at Tiibingen, Munich, Berlin, Germany, and ZT'rich, Switzerland, 1910-19, Instructor in Romance Languages, University of Pennsylvania, 1920-22, Assistant Professor of Romance Languages, Unif versity of Pennsylvania, 1922-26, Professor of Romance Languages, Gettysburg College, 1926-, Member of Linguistic Society of America, Appointed to the Faculty of the Linguistic Institute of New Haven, Conn., 1928-29, Member of the Gesellschaft fiir Romanische Literatur and the Modern Language Association of America, Author of Das lateinisclie Einsclfiiebsel in der fran' zoesisclien Literatur des Mittelalters, 1919, Contributor to various Scientihc Magazines, K A P. --:al 29 Ib-' .yrs fa v. ,V-ci Q . ,-fl 1 fl if "I g 1 zififll I 'Q U4 1 , I "'i'5iH.f f i'r,? r .-1 rf! fa' 1'-i r 2 , , L fr- l 1 f?w Q '11 gg-,ttf "4 lg gf, if H, ping I. we ,Q I if f' 'Q may. in g 1 .. fl ' ,x 2:1 gg jfs El .Qt ,ga . , , g -fi, ., , 51 ra ilfvf gi,,"u,. 1.1 'fr' f I' Th- s Jn 13 -f 1' easy 4 ., 'IW L was ' .,. gl Ulf? r .1 ,vs si 'QQ 1, THC'--31, iawifpi 2? 'E f, i ff 'B 5' xr' .2 rt' 't ' H. L 55 life Qi! il ri . 4 :Ai 45 if f."giQfr:5l Es tiilrt-,t - 'S is. i':J":,i5'I. "3 .1 I', Jus' ' J 2 r fa 51 fr , 5: ix. ' A 1. EJ- J':1.-.rf ,I , , . , ,g ll fl-" 1 sw - f I sf: 'fr l, 9 -s ff, .vs .. . 'ei P Q. C ,, p 15:6 -iris' ' emi Yr 4 ',4+ , . Y.-94: '15, .- fl. tg 'NRM lf P 314, '-,- 1, lg l'.,j,fV4.:gp , ly -5. ' .. 4 W, , ., tx , lf? I l if .' l I", , ' ii 2-i . Q- 3 se.: nfl I t':g"' " V2 r. sd 'fix .. .W .i - lull-' lil I lr K, f ., :I ffl ,W 1 QF:-,"'Zfi'1'? c' I X :JL k5t5'wi F5 14? 'Cul gt?" f .li s ffm, If .9 1 . ,it In .Q ,Tiger li an 'g 'fi 2 "r 515' fgzsisi' ET' ral ral , . 'FP 1? EQ, fl jf' ",':,:-isa., 1? Ll Q-"s'fT'f' gd .gs .ss :rl Fw Dwi Y' fl-J c 1:55 jiri .V , , l,,.g1y5 t I Pr? 252' X isnt I? if . lr ffl, si ml iff 'WV t-, 4.. .4 seifseaf r ttf I ., .Y 3 g,b,,L.1 -+E'w'I if- xr f ly 3 e El fxfffrffg k. .- Ma., , zivfw f '- nd, 2 rm: 3 5, sg. f-152, lv . V .h I ,E , P.. I . f ,i ,t 1 'if T! , I.. -fi 5, srl 3 iq, il iff-as ll V "1 2 rf . 1 r ?'. . v VL' ,. tl :if I 23? li SFJME, YJ If ailSe'.i'g1sKu' ' ,ES giyxvi Kiki .. W. ,,. lg, .gg Li ..Qyg, ,I Y' - fa- iglyrhii rr ,gg lg 1,7 li - - :gs"-f lit E11 2 il iiimt.. I "i 'r 'vines' .- 1f.A"'l 4 'n:"3 gn ,. I r Q-.1 Vp, ,I gf-1 r.-,T .I 4 F' K ' 1' R? Ffa' Pi' lg, N ul! ' i- .. . . ff' .V .r .fa on-1 ,fan a Ji f '1 LM," sa. , .. 73 WILLIAM STEWART MORRIS Captain, U. S.- A. Professor of Military Science and 'Tactics and Commander Reserve Ojicers 'Training Corps B,S,, Virginia Military Institute, 1916, Regular Army, 1917 , 36th Infantry, 1917-18, Instructor, Infantry School, U. S. A., 1918-193 Test Ofiicer, DCPHITU' ment of Experiment, U. S. Infantry, 1920-21, Graduate, Signa1SCh0Ol, U- S- A-s 1922, Staff Oflicer, 20th Infantry Brigade Panama Canal Zone, 1922-25, Graduate, Infantry School, U. S. A., 1926, Professor of Military Science and Tactics, Gettysburg College, 1926-. ELLICTT W. CHENEY Ph.D. Professor of Physics A.B., Dartmouth, 1920, A.M., Brown University, 1925, Ph.D., Princeton University, 1929, PostfGraduate Work, Brown and Princeton Universities, Author of "Effect of Temperature on Index of Refraction of Gases", Acting Professor of Physics, Gettysburg College, 1927, Professor of Physics, Gettysf burg College, 1929-, American Physical Society, American Association for the Advancement of Science, E XII, 9 X, K rib K. , CLAYTON E. BILLHEIMER M.E. Professor of Physical Education "M.E., Lehigh University, Professor of Physical Education, Gettysburg College, 1927-. AJOHN GRAY GLENN M.A. Acting Pearson Professor of Latin A-Bs Wesleyan University, 1918, M A Wesleyan Universit 1920, . . 1, Y, Graduate Work, Princeton University in Candidacy for Ph.D., Instructor Inf. Greek, and Latin, Mercersburg Academy, 1918-19, Instructor in Greek, lc msoo Somlofify, 1920-21, Instructor in Latin Polytechnic Pre arat i P Orr Country DHY School, Brooklyn, 1921-24, Classical Society of the Middle If-liflntifg Stafess American Philological Association, Pearson Professor of a fn' .ettysbllfg College, 1925-3 Member of the American Association of University Professors, T K E, "all Il-7? CLYDE BELL STOVER A.M. Associate Professor of Chemistry A.B., Gettysburg College, 18943 M.A., Gettysburg College, 18974 Graduf ate Work, Chemistry and Physics, Johns Hopkins University, 1894-953 Instructor in Chemistry, Gettysburg College, 1896-1915, Assistant Professor of Chemistry, Gettysburg College, 1915-263 Associate Professor of Chemistry, Gettysburg College, 1926-g Registrar, Gettysburg College, Member of the American Association for the Advancement of Science, American Chemical Society, Q B K, K Q K. GEORGE R. LARKIN A.M. Associate Professor of Economics A.B., Wesleyan University, 19185 A.M., Wesleyan University, 19214 Head of Department of Economics, West China, Union University, Chengtu, China, 1923-26g Graduate Fellowship in Economics, Cornell University, 1927-28, Associate Professor of Economics, Gettysburg College, 1926-g N1'T,QBK,A2E,ANIfE. WILLIAM CLAUDE WALTEMYER M.A., Ph.D. Associate Professor of Philosophy A.B., Gettysburg College, 1908, B.D., Lutheran Theological Seminary, Gettysburg, 19119 M.A., American University, 1925, Ph.D., American University, 19295 Pastor, Lutheran Church, Landisville, Pa., Butler, Pa., Thurmont, Md., and Washington, D. C., U. S. Army Chaplain, 1918-193 71st Regiment Heavy Artillery, A. E. E., Associate Professor of Philosophy, Gettysburg College, 19299 Q E K, K Q K. ' GECRGE SAYLOR WARTHEN MA. 5 Assistant Professor of English A.B., University of Virginia, 19213 M.A., University of Virginia, 1922, Instructor in English, University of Virginia, 1921-235 Graduate Work, Harvard, 1924, University of Virginia, 1928-29g Assistant Professor of English, Gettysburg College, 1924-g Q BK , K Q K, T K A -sl 31 Ia-- ?' Y I . 1. . ,V if 'Qi li A I 1 '-32 .MT x 2 1 ik if .Q f . ,wha +4 lil . I 119197 3, Q , 1. rl l , I. 4. CN X . X 1 mx-f X. 9 . V. '- CALVIN GILBERT REEN B.S., M.S.E. Assistant Professor of Civil Engineering B.S. in C.E., Gettysburg College, 1920, Graduate Student, University of Michigan, Division of Highway Engineering and Highway Transport, M.S.E., University of Michigan, 1930, Instructor in Civil Engineering, Gettysburg College, 1920-24, Assistant Professor of Civil Engineering, Gettysburg College, 1924-, Contact Man, Highway Research Board, National Research Council, Member of the Permanent International Road Congress Association, S.P.E.E., A.A.U.P., Iota Alpha Honorary Engineering Fraternity, K CI' K, E A E. FRANCIS CLAIBORNE MASON Ph.D. I Assistant Professor of English B.A., University of Virginia, 1921, M.A., University of Virginia, 1922, M.A., Harvard, 1924, Ph.D., University of Virginia, 1929, Instructor, University of Virginia, 1924-25 , William and Mary Summer Sessions, 1924- 25 g Writer of Poems and Contributor to The Lyric, Personalist, and Brathf waite's Anthology of Magazine Verse, Instructor in English, Gettysburg College, 1925-, President of the Poetry Society of Virginia, 1929-30, CID B K, fr: A K, o A K, 2 XP. CHARLES PAUL CESSNA M.A. Assistant Professor of Mathematics 'A-B-, GCtfYSbUrg College, 1915, M.A., Gettysburg College, 1917, Instrucf tor in Physics, Gettysburg College, 1915-18, Assistant Professor of Physics, Gettysburg College, 1918-19, Instructor in Physics, Case School of Applied S , - ' . cience, 1919 21, Assistant Professor of Mathematics, Gettysburg College, 1921,f1D 2 K, K fl? K. JOHN ALLEN SHEFFER M.S. Assistant Professor of Chemistry B,-S-, Gettysburg College, 1921, Graduate Work in Chemistry, M.S., Gettysburg College, 1922, Laboratory Assistant in Chemistry, Gettysburg College, 1921-26' A ' ' , ssistant Professor of Chemistry, Gettysburg College, 1926-3 Member of the American Association for the Advancement of Science, Am ' ' ' erican Chemical Society. .QI 3Q Ig.. HERBERT G. HAMME A.M. Assistant Professor of Romance Languages A.B., Dickinson College, 1919, A.M., Gettysburg College, 1927, Instructor in French and Spanish, Troy Conference Academy, Poultney, Vermont, 1919-20, Instructor in French and Spanish, Wheeling High School, 1920-22, Instructor in French and Spanish, Gettysburg College, 1922-23, Instructor in French, University of Porto Rico, 1923-24, Graduate Work, Johns Hop' kins University, 1923, Graduate Work, Columbia University, 1924, Inf structor in French and Spanish, Gettysburg College, 1924-27, Assistant Professor of Romance Languages, Gettysburg College, 1927-, Q B K, K Q K. ERNST C. VON SCHWERDTNER A.M. Assistant Professor of German A.B., St. john's College, 1917, Graduate Work, johns Hopkins University, 1917-18, 1923-27, Assistant Professor and Professor of Modern Languages, St. john's College, 1921-24, Instructor of German, Johns Hopkins University, 1924-27, Instructor of French, University of Maryland, 154926-27, Instructor of Spanish, George Washington University, 1926-27, Assistant Professor of German, Gettysburg College, 1927-, K A CSouthernD, K Q K. CHARLES ALLEN SLCAT A.M. Assistant Professor of Chemistry B.S., Gettysburg College, 1923, A.M., Haverford College, 1924, Graduate Work, Princeton University, 1924-27, Assistant in Chemistry, Haverford College, 1923-24, Partftime Assistant in Chemistry, Princeton University, 1924-27, Assistant Professor of Chemistry, Gettysburg College, 1927-, Member of American Chemical Society, American Association for the Advancement of Science, Association of Science Teachers of the Middle States and Maryland, K Q K. I BERTRAM HANSON SALTZER M.E. Assistant Professor of Mechanical Engineering B.S., Pennsylvania State College, 1923, M.E., Pennsylvania State College, 1928, Mechanical Engineering Staff, Bethlehem Steel Company, Steelton Plant, Instructor in Mechanical Engineering, Gettysburg College, 1923-28, Assistant Professor on Mechanical Engineering, Gettysburg College, 1928-, First Lieutenant, Infantry, O-.R.C., T K E. .-Q1 as Is. JESSE SCOTT BOUGHTON M.A. Assistant Professor of Philosophy A,B,, Colgate University, 1917, A.M., Columbia University, 1925, Graduate Work in Candidacy for Ph.D., Columbia University, and Union Theological Seminary, 1925, Supervising Principal, Public Schools, Angola, N, Y., 1919-23, Executive Secretary, Fisk University, 1924-255 If1SUUCt0f of Mathematics, Adelphi College, Sanders Prize Scholar and "A" Class Scholar, Union Theological Seminary, 1924-273 Pastor, 16th St' Baptist Church, New York City, 1926-27, Pastor, 1st Congregational Church, North Hyde Park, Vt., 1925-28, Assistant Professor of Philosophy, Gettysf burg College, 1928-, 2 N, K 111 K. WILLIAM DAVIS HARTSHORN, ja. A.M. Assistant Professor of Romance Languages A.B., Haverford College, 1911, A.M., Haverford College, 1912, Instructor in French and Latin, Cedarcroft School, 1912-16, Instructor in French and Latin, Wardlaw School, 1916-24, United States Army, 1917-18, Instructor in Latin, St. Louis Country Day School, 1924?27, Student in the Universite de Toulouse, 1927-28, Diplome de Professeur de frangais it l'6tranger, Assist' ant Professor of Romance Languages, Gettysburg College, 1928-. 7 LUDWIG J. HAUSER M.A. Assistant Professor of Education B.A., University of Minnesota, 1919, M.A., University of Minnesota, 1927, Graduate Work in Candidacy for Ph.D., University of Minnesota, 1927-28, Assistant in Education, University of Minnesota, 1927-28, Assistant Professor of Education, Gettysburg College, 1928-, Society for Scientific Study of Education, National Association of Supervisors and Directors of Supervision, N.E.A., A Z3 lb, CID A K, K KID K. FRED E. KELLY M.A. Assistant Professor of Education State TCHCIICIS1 College, Superior, Wisconsin B S Universit f- , , . s a - -, Y O Mlnnesoia' 19282 M-A-3 UmVefS1tY Of Minnesota, 1929, Assistant in Educaf gon' Umverslty of Minnesota: 1928-295 Assistant Professor of Education, ettysbufg Cfvllege, 1929-3 Member of the National Society for the Study of Education, Department of Superintendence of N.E.A., SZ A X, CI: A K, --al 34 Ia-- WILBUR R. MCREYNOLDS Captain, U. S. A. Assistant Professor of Military Science and Tactics A.B., Ohio University, 1915, B.S. in Education, Ohio State University, 1916, Assistant Professor of Romance Languages, Ohio University, 1916-17, Regular Army, 1917-, Graduate Infantry School of Arms, 1922, Aidefde Camp, General M. L. Hersey, 1920-21, Athletic and Recreation Oliicer, Fort Clayton C. Z., 1924-27, Graduate Tank School, Fort Leonard, Wood, Md., 1928, Assistant Professor of Military Science and Tactics, Gettysburg College, 1928-, CID A 9. HENRY FEMSTER ALDERSON Master Sergeant, U. S. A. Instructor in Military Science and Tactics Regular Army, 1904, Commissioned Officer, A.E.F., 1917-195 Captain, Infantry O.R.C., Refenlisted Technical' Sergeant, 1921, Instructor in Military Science and Tactics, Lehigh University, 1921-23, Instructor in Military Science and Tactics, Gettysburg College, 1923-. REGINALD HOMER GREENHOLT - A.B. Instructor in History A.B., Gettysburg College, 1925, B.D., Gettysburg Theological Seminary, 1928, Graduate Work, University of Pennsylvania, Instructor in History, Gettysburg College, 1925-, 9 K N, K CID K, fb B K. HENRY TROSTLE BREAM B.S. Instructor in Physical Education B.S., Gettysburg College, 1924, Professor of History and Physical Director, Phoenixville High School, 1924f-26, Instructor in Mathematics, Gettysburg College, 1926, Assistant Athletic Director and Freshman Coach, Gettysburg College, 1926, Head Coach, 1927-, Pen and Sword, CD I' A. - --al 35 Ie-- I LMS J. 1 I , . I l is , 'Ji' if gift JOHN W. osrRoM A.B. Instructor in English A.B., Gettysburg College, 1926g Instructor in japanese Government Schools, Nagoya, japan, 1926-28, Instructor in English, Gettysburg College, 1928-g Contributor to Asia, The Literary Digest, and fapang Blue Crocodiles, Pen and Sword, Owl and Nightingale, II 1' M, E A E. BYRON R. KADEL B.S. Instructor in Biology B.S., Gettysburg College, 1928, Instructor in Biology, Gettysburg College, 1928-5 Scabbard and Blade, 111 E K. KENNETH SPERGER GAPP A.M. Instructor in Greek and Latin A-B-, Muhlenberg College, 1926, Th.B., Princeton Theological Seminary, 1929g A.M., Princeton University, l929g Instructor in Greek and Latin, Gettysburg College, 1929-. CARL HAROLD KINDIG B.S. in C.E. Instructor in Civil Engineering B.S. in C.E., Gettysburg College, 19295 Graduate Work, Gettysburg College, 1929, Instructor in Civil Engineering, Gettysburg -College, 1929-, --:al 36 Ie-- JCHN F. WAGNER B.S. Instructor in Physics B.S., Gettysburg College, 1929, Graduate Work, Gettysburg College, 1929-3 Instructor in Physics, Gettysburg College, 1929-3 K Q K, Q B K, Q F A. MARTIN H. CRONLUND A.B. Instructor in Romance Languages A.B., Gettysburg College, 19293 Graduate Work, Gettysburg College, 19293 Instructor in Romance Languages, Gettysburg College, 1929-3 Q E K, K Q K. JOSEPH DONALD NGVAK B.S. Instructor in Mathematics and Physics B.S., Gettysburg College, 1929, University of Chicago, Summer of 19295 Instructor in Mathematics and Physics, 1929-5 Q K, Q B K. WILLIAM V. H. DAVIES, JR. A.B. Instructor in English Bible A.B., Gettysburg College, 1928, Gettysburg Theological Seminary, 1928-3 Instructor in English Bible, Gettysburg College, 1929-g Scabbard and Blade, Pen and Sword, Q E K, Q B K. --al 37 Is-- GEORGE F. GUTMANN A .B. Instructor in German A B Gettysburg College, 1927g Gettysburg Theological Seminary, 1927-3 Instructor in German, Getfysbufg College, 1929" FRANK H. CLUTZ , AB. Instructor in English Bible A,B., Gettysburg College, 1928, Gettysburg Theological Seminary, 1928--3 Instructor in English Bible, Gettysburg College, 1929-3 CP B K, fb I' A- DOUGLASS E. PWEIDNER B.S. Instructor in Chemistry B.S., Gettysburg College, 19294 Instructor in Chemistry, Gettysburg College, 1929-g II, K P. CHARLES W. BEACHEM B.S. Alumni Secretary B.S., Gettysburg College, 1925 g Teacher and Principal, Mt. Pleasant High School, 1925-29, Alumni Secretary, Gettysburg College, 1929-5 2 A E. K 111 K Pen and Sword. JOHN HOWARD KNICKERBOCKER A .M. Librarian B.A., Columbia College, 1921g A.M., Columbia University, 1928, Assist' ant in Columbia University Library, 1916-18g Library War Service, American Library Association, Assistant Librarian, Edgewood Arsenal, Md., and Camp Merritt, N. J., 1918-19g Graduate, New York Public Library, Library School, 1924g Assistant in Science and Technology Division and Main Reading Room, New York Public Library, 1919-23g Chief of Acquisition Department and of Readers' Department, New York University, Washington Square L. - ' . . xbrary, 1923 29, Member of American Library Association, New York Library Clubg American Historical Association, Pennsylvania.State Library Association. .QI 38 Ig.. l l I 5 T I Back Row-Stare, Witters, Horn Second Row--Culick, Stock Front Row-Anglemoyer, Eichelberger, Holmes QMVB STUDENT COUNCIL President, FREDERICK EICHBLBERGER, '30 M F. ANGLEMOYER, '31 VicefPresident, WILLIAM B. STOCK, '31 Recording Secretary, WILMER H. HOLMES, '30 Corresponding Secretary, EDWARD W. STARR, '31 Treasurer, WILLIA Representatives ROBERT CULICK, '30 PAUL K. TUssEY, Q30 WILLIAM HORN, '32 ROBERT H. WITTERS, '32 LAWRENCE MORRIS, '33 HE Student Council is the organization in which the selffgoverning powers of the student ressed. Certain duties, delegated by the administration, are carried out by this body. The Council is composed of four seniors, three juniors, two sophomores, and one freshman, who are elected by the student body from a list of candidates nominated by their body are exp respective classes. Since the Council was first organized it has been a medium of communication between the faculty and students. In this capacity it has functioned several times. The most recent proposal that the Council is considering is the FacultyfStudent Chest. At present a com' mittee is at work on the suggestion. The Council has varied activities, among which are 'matters of discipline, regulation of various activities on the campus, promotion of an annual dance, and an organ of Communicaf tion between the faculty and students. --al 39 IR-- . 2 . Back Row-Applet, Lease, Seeley, Witters Second Row-Anglemoyer, Stock, Wilson Front Row-McMillen, Eichelberger . I Q15 STUDENT TRIBUNAL President, EARL MCMILLEN, '30 Secretary, W. L. LEBSB, '32 l Treasurer, W. F. ANGLEMOYBR, '31 T ' Members F. A. EICHELBERGER, '30 W. B. STOCK, '31 J. M. WILSON, '31 R. IS. SEELY, '32 R. H. WITTBRS, '32 C. F. APPLBR, '32 HIS organization is entrusted with the enforcement of the college customs which tradif tion has made an integral part of student life of Gettysburg. These customs apply to the social behavior of the students of the four classes. Anyone accused of breaking customs b h is roug t before the Tribunal for trial. If, after a fair trial, the student is found guilty the Tribunal imposes an appropriate sentence. The Tribunal is composed of two seniors, three juniors, and four sophomores. The b h mem ers ave usually been successful in bringing offenders to time. The sentences imposed by the Tribunal are administered on the portico of Old Dorm, Where quaking offenders receive their penalties before an enthusia stic assembly of sophomores and upperclassmen. c '-241 40 Ie-- ASSES i r 4 1 1 1 - 1 1 11 5 1 1 1 I' 1 1 ga 1 - 11 . . 1 :LV 1 1 111 I 1 1 1 1 1 , ' 1 1 15 -1 1 1 11 1 n 1 1? +1 - 1 1 I 1 1 1 3 A 1 I 1 V 1 ' 1. 1, ', ig I! 1 1 1 1 1 1 11 2 1 .V X il , E 1- 1 1 1 . A 1 1 5 1 1 1 .1 4 1 11' 1 I! 11. 1 1, 1 37 11 1 11 QI 11 li 1 11 . '11 111 1 11 1 " 1 ll '1 5, 1 .1 1 '11 I 14 - ' ,,. 11 11 1 fl 1 1 1 1 1 1 1. il 71 fa, 11 .1I 1 ' 1 THE mem' l bers of a sturdy, serious class, taking their last organized stride toward big tornorrows 'i SENIDIQS SENIGR GLASS HISTGRY UT on the Northern slope of Wolf's Hill a middlefaged man goes daily to his lonely work. With a small derrick and handfdrills he cuts away at great granite boulders . . . cutting out curbstones and doorsteps. His father worked there before him and his grandfather even before. Yet little impression has b3ef1 made O11 the hundreds Of gray mossfcovered rocks that are strewn generously over the hillside. The futility of the generations of quarriers hacking away at big rocks is the futility of yearly classes trying vainly to leave an indelible stamp on the college. Our escape from certain relegation to Limbo is hopeless.. Not only has actual usurpation of authority already set in, but the trifles we have accomplished are even now diminishing in size and impressiveness. Perhaps, it is true, we have added a new thing here or improved an old one there, but it would be both futile and foolish to set the possessive seal of our class upon its contributions. They have been absorbed into the institution's conglomerate mass of tradition, and we pause to note, perhaps with indignation, that things are still very much as we found them, so far as we are concerned, who bequeath to the college perhaps a stretch of pavement with brass name plates at either end and a shoot of ivy which our class orator bravely commands to grow. Little lasting interest accrues to the conventional accounts of class elections, underclass hghts and victories, interclass athletic and forensic contests, and a nonpareil Prom. Therefore, if any memory of the Glass of 1930 is to be recorded in the mythical and unwritten annals of the college, let posterity know only that the spirit of our class was the proper spirit and that it served its Alma Mater well in its turn. Let it be called to mind that the Class of 1930 partook of the old tradition . . . that it too saw an ivyfclad, grotesquelyf modeled chapel bathed in golden floods of glorious morning sunshine, that it too saw Glad' felter's homely spire beautifully outlined against bronze sunsets, and saw the strong, white columns of Old Dorm glow with the twicefreflected light of the moon. Furthermore . . . we are a class of transition. We have seen new structures arise . . . We of 1930 can talk authoritatively of the little Old Gym, of an almostfforgotten. Chemistry Lab., and we can tell, if we will, of a New Gym and modern Science Hall. We can tell, a few of us, of a quaint, old, musty library on the first floor of Gladfelter and of the choppedfup rooms of the deceased literary societies whose gailyfpainted walls seemed ineffecf tually to hurl dehance in the teeth of a new tempo. And we can tell of a glittering new library and a Gladfelter disembowelled of great, solid wooden beams and reritted with new and alien steel girders. And our memories carry us back, not to the gilded nonsense of class historians, but to nights devoted to ubullfsessionsu that remain sweet and fresh in the mind, to nights devoted to work wherein a student lamp with varied degrees of success staved off both darkness and sleep. Little incidents and trivial episodes float out of the blackness of the subconscious to narrate a vital history composed of minor events garnered from classfroom, athletic field, dance floor, or dormitory. And they mean far more than the hazilyfrecalled outlines of Philos' ophy 39 or Education 44. And so, we boast of bequeathing nothing. Gur estate is dissipated and intangible, nothing remains to us but a quiet and peaceful passage to comparative oblivion. It were better so. Let us pass on without staking claims which, albeit they seem important to us, can serve only to provide amusement for a few future persons who will casually turn these pages some thirty, fifty, ninety years from now. Let it be said that the Glass of 1930 put a small drop of the wine of Old Gettysburg upon its palate and delighted in it and that when the taste of it is gone from the tongue among a myriad grosser sensations of existence, the fragrant bouquet will remain eternally. STEWART W. HBRMAN, JR., Historian. CONQAD W. JNYDQQ vxccfwzfnvmr CUM! QfZflClQI?f CS? EUAQEO v Cl I?UffEL!., J. l!H2fT JECQETASZY :R -' QNQG 'QV INF' V X 'xl Y VXHLMQD L-3. !AOLMB.f 'V vain DQNT' ' V-2 VQALTQQ Q, ram? fTEWl-EDT W TQQZXIUQLQ' f 4-WTO --11 43 Im-- SENIORS WILLIAM W. ALDINGER Phi Gamma Delta B.S., CHEMISTRY YORK, PA- Prepared at West York High School, 1930 SPECTRUM Staff, Baum Mathematical Prize CZQ, Class Honors C3D, Scabbard and Blade, Phi Beta Kappa. PRESTON F. AMSPACHER B.S., MATHEMATICS GLEN ROCK, PA. Prepared at Glen Rock High School, Class Basketball C1, 2, 35, Deutsche Verein. FREDERICK V. ARMENTO Kappa Delta Rho B.S., BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION HARRISBURG, PA. Prepared at Harrisburg Technical High School, Gettysbtwgian C1, 2, 3, 4D, Band Clj, Sophomore Play,Committee, Class Basket' ball Manager C2j, Class Track Manager C3j, Freshman Tennis Manager C3j, Varsity Tennis Manager C4D, Class Basket' ball C2, 3j, Alpha Psi Epsilon. ' GILBERT L. AUMILLER Phi Delta Theta - B.S., BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION HARRISEURG, PA. Prepared at Harrisburg Technical High School, Class Basketball CD, Deutsche Verein. CLARA A. BAKER Beta Lambda A.B., ENGLISH YORK, PA. Prepared at Indiana High School, 1930 SPECTRUM Staff, Rifle C2, 3j, Y. W. C. A. CD, Glee Club Pianist Cl, 2, 3, 4j, French Club C3, 4D, Owl and Nightingale C2, 3, 45, Sponsor R. O. T. C. C4D5 President Girls' Student Body C4j, P. S. E. A. C3, 4j, ROLAND M. BANES ' Kappa Delta Rho A.B., PHILOSOPHY CAMDEN, N. J. Prepared at Gettysburg Academy, Gettyshtwgian C1, 2, 3, 4D, 1930 SPECTRUM Staff, Sophomore Play, junior Varsity Debating Squad CZQ, Assistant Track Manager C1, 2, 3D, Ministerial Associaf tion C3, 45, Sages C4j, VicefPresident DELANO W. BECK 'Tau Kappa Epsilon B.S., CHEMISTRY DAYTON, PA. Prepared at Dayton Vocational School, Glee Club CD, Orchestra C1, 2, 3, 4Dg Band Cl, 2, 3, 4D, Manager C2j, Leader C3D. WILLIAM H. BECK Phi Gamma Delta B.S., BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION SYBERTSVILLE, PA. Prepared at Hazelton High School, Class Football CU, Class Basketball JOHN H. BELT B.S., BIOLOGY WESTMINSTER, MD. Prepared at Westminster High School and Western Maryland College, Glee C3, 4D, Scabbard and Blade, Beta Beta Beta. CHARLES A. BIKLE .Sigma Chi B.S., BIOLOGY FAYETTEVILLE, PA. Prepared at Shippensburg State Teach' ers' College, Beta Beta Beta, Kappa Phi Kappa. HENRY C. BIKLE Sigma Chi B.S., BIOLOGY FAYETTEVILLE, PA. Prepared at Shippensburg State Teach' ers' College, Beta Beta Beta, Kappa Phi Kappa. .QI 4,4 Ip.. EDMUND E. BIEBER Star Club A.B., GREEK WATSONTOWN, PA. Prepared at Watsontown High School, C3, 45, R. O. T. C. Rifle Club Manager C45, Editorial Board Modern Book Club C453 Military Ball Committee C455 Philhelf lenic Society, Scabbard and Blade. GEORGE L. BILLMAN Phi Kappa Rho B.S., BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION LOYSVILLE, PA. Prepared at Landisburg High School, Rifle Club C3, 45, Scabbard and Blade. CHARLES BIRX Phi Kappa Rho A.B., PHILOSOPHY BALTIMORE, MD. Prepared at Gettysburg Academy, Y. M. C. A. Cabinet CZ, 35, Class Honors C25, Ministerial Association C35, Deutsche Verein, Phi Beta Kappa. CHARLES H. BLOOM Tau Kappa Epsilon B.S., BIOLOGY ALTOONA, PA. Prepared at Altoona High School, Orchestra Cl, 25, Beta Beta Beta. ARTHUR W. BOLZE Phi Kappa Rho A.B., LATIN LANDISBURG, PA. Prepared at Landisburg High School, Dramatics C35, Campus Beautiful Club C35, Schoolman'S Club C3, 45, Deutsche Verein, Philhellenic Society. JOHN H. BOMGARDNER Tau Kappa Epsilon B.S., EDUCATION HERSHEY, PA. Prepared at Hershey High School, Orchestra Cl, 25, InterfEraternity Council C3, 45, Historical Association C35. PALMER C. BORTNER B.S., POLITICAL SCIENCE GLEN ROCK, PA. Prepared at Codorus Township High School, Radio Club C35, Rifle Club C3, 453 Deutsche Verein, Pi Lambda Sigma. GERTRUDE BOWERS Beta Lambda A.B., PHILOSOPHY TURTLE CREEK, PA. Prepared at Union High School, Y. W. C. A. Cl, 25,,President C25, Glee Club Cl, 2, 35, Student Volunteer C3, 45, Girls' Editor the C-Book 4 WARREN H. BOWMAN A.B., PHILOSOPHY PHILADELPHIA, PA. Prepared at Gettysburg Academy, Orchestra C2, 3, 45, Y. M. C. A. Cabinet C35, Ministerial Association C3, 45. DONOVAN D. BREAM Sigma Alpha Epsilon B.S., HISTORY GETTYSBURG, PA. Prepared at Gettysburg High School. HENRY C. BULLOCK Kappa Delta Rho B.S., BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION POTTSVILLE, PA. Prepared at Trevorton High School, Gettysburgian Cl, 2, 3, 45, Business Man' ager C453 Mercury C2, 3, 45, Circulation Manager C35, Business Manager C455 French Club C3, 45, VicefPreSident C453 Alpha Psi Epsilon. CHARLES M. BURTIS , ' , Theta Kappa Nu A.B., ENGLISH DOUGLASTON, N. Y. Prepared at Flushing High School, 1930 SPECTRUM Staff, lnterfEraternity Council C3, 45, Sophomore Play. --:II 45 In-' V-U., 5. Sl 1: V H .I fi fi li fi ll ii A5 if 1 ia is M 5. 1 li S if is Qi .pig si 3 .. I Z ll I li gi 2 11 '22 is ii li il C5 1? fa yi il li Q22 22 ii ix ui ZF? Eli IU" Ii fx I 4, 2 E ll 1 TE i I ' I l ln l .1 MARY E. BRANDT A.B., ENGLISH GETTYSEURG, PA. Prepared at Gettysburg High Schools Sophomore Play, Historical Association C35. LEONARD L. BRYANT Kappa Delta Rho A.B., PHILOSOPHY CAMDEN, N. J. Prepared at Camden High School, Sophomore Play, Owl and Nightingale C2, 3, 45. GERALDINE E. BUTTS Gamma Phi A.B., LATIN HARRISBURG, PA. Prepared at Central High School and Irving College, Y. W. C. A. C2, 35, French Club C35, ' ROBERT D. CLARE Phi Kappa Psi A.B., PHILOSOPHY BALTIMORE, MD. Prepared at Baltimore City College, Gettysbtwgian C25, Sophomore Work Com' mittee, Sophomore Play, Dramatics C3, 45, Assistant Baseball Manager C35, Class Secretary C35, Ministerial Association CLARENCE H. CRAMER Phi Delta Theta B.S., HISTORY WAYNESBORO, PA. 7 Varsity Football C2, 3, 45, Varsity Basket' ball C2, 3, 455 Varsity Track C2, 35, Freshf man Football, Freshman Basketball, Freshf man Track, Y. M. C. A. Cabinet C35' Historical Association C35, Pen and Sword Prepared at Waynesboro High School' 3 CLARENCE B. DANIELS Phi Kappa Rho A-B-, PHILOSOPHY SOUTH FORK, PA. A Prepared at Gettysburg Academy, Dramatics C2, 35, Class Football C35, Y. M. C. A. Cabinet C25, Soccer Team C453 Track Squad C2, 35, Sages C45, Minis' terial Association Cl, 2, 3, 45, President C45- HAROLD A. DAUB Tau Kappa Epsilon A.B., POLITICAL SCIENCE PERKASIE, PA. Prepared at Perkasie High School, Assistant Baseball Manager Cl, 2, 35, Interffraternity Council C3, 45, Pi Lambda Sigma. EARL E. DAVIS Sigma Alpha Epsilon B.S., HISTORY BLOOMSBURG, PA. Prepared at Bloomsburg High School, Varsity Football Squad C2, 3, 45, Freshman Football, Varsity Baseball C2, 35, Captain C45, Class Football C2, 35, Class Basketball Cl, 2, 35, Class Baseball Cl, 25, Historical Association C35, Schoolman's Club C2, 35, French Club C3, 45, Kappa Phi Kappa. FRED A..EICHELBERGER Phi Delta Theta B.S., ENGLISH YORK, PA. Prepared at Mercersburg Academy, Student Council Cl, 2, 3, 45, President C455 Student Tribunal C2, 3, 45, Glee Club Cl, 25, Class President C25, Chairman, Junior Prom Committee, Assistant Foot' ball Manager Cl, 2, 35, Owl and Night' ingale Manager C3, 45, Y. M. C. A. Cabinet C2, 35. ' ROBERT C. DAVIS Sigma Chi A.B., ENGLISH PHILADELPHIA, PA. Prepared at Gettysburg Academy, Class Football-Cl5, Freshman Track Squad C15- C JOSEPH K. DONAT A.B., PHILOSOPHY ARDMORE, PA. Prepared at Ardmore High School, Glee Club Cl, 2, 3, 45, Varsity Baseball C2, 35. .QI 4,6 Ig-.. I r THEODORE O. DOYLE Theta Kappa Nu B.S., CHEMISTRY PORTAGE, PA. Prepared at Portage High School, Fresh' man Basketball, Freshman Football, Class Basketball C15, Class Football C25, Var' sity Basketball C2, 3, 45. CHARLOTTE L. FACKLER B.S., ENGLISH HARRISBURG, PA. Prepared at Central High School and Syracuse University, Girls' Basketball C3, 45. MARION A. FISCHER Beta Lambda A.B., FRENCH GETTYSBURG, PA. Prepared at Gettysburg High School, 1930 SPECTRUM Staff, Y. W. C. A. C15, Glee Club C1, 2, 3, 45, Basketball C1, 2, 3, 45, Captain C45, French Club C1, 2, 3, 45, Owl and Nightingale C2, 3, 45, Blister Staff C25, Girls' Tribunal C2, 35, Treasurer Girls' Student Body CECIL B. FOX Theta Kappa Nu B.S., CHEMISTRY PORTAGE, PA. Prepared at Portage High School, Class Basketball C1, 2, 35, Manager C2, 35, Father and Sonls Day Committee C45, Class Football C25, Class Baseball C15, Freshman Track, Varsity Track C25, Cross Country C15, 1930 SPECTRUM Staff, P. S. E. A. C3, 45, Sophomore Play, Deutsche Verein, Kappa Phi Kappa. FREDERICK J. FRIESBIE B.S., BIOLOGY WEBSTER, N. Y. Prepared at Gettysburg Academy. BEN G. FRUHLINGER B.S., CHEMISTRY C' PORTAOE, PA. Prepared at Portage High School, Class Football A WALTER B. FREED Phi Sigma Kappa A.B., PHILOSOPHY JOHNSTOWN, PA. Prepared at Johnstown High School, Circulation Manager 1930 SPECTRUM, Class Debating Championship C25, Var' :ity Debating Squad C2, 3, 45, Class Treasf urer C2, 35, InterfFraternity Council C3, 45, Ministerial Association C1, 2, 35, Debating Council Cl, 2, 3, 45, Sages C45, Tau Kappa Alpha. SAMUEL K. GIBSON Kappa Delta Rho B.S., ECONOMICS SHARON, PA. Prepared at Sharpsville High School and Westminster College. FRED D. GOSS Theta Kappa Nu B.S., BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION BELLWOOD, PA. Prepared at Altoona High School, Class Baseball C15, Sophomore Play, French Club C3, 45, Class Debate C25, Owl and Night' ingale C2, 3, 45, Alpha Psi Epsilon. HARRY H. GROSS B.S., POLITICAL SCIENCE HIGHSPIRE, PA. Prepared at Highspire High School, Class Basketball C25, Rifle Club C2, 35, Schoolmanls Club C2, 3, 45, Scabbard and Blade, Kappa Phi Kappa. ' MILFORD S. GROVE I B.S., MATHEMATICS WILLIAMSPORT, PA. Prepared at Williamsport High School, Band C2, 3, 45. EDWARD GULIAN Phi Gamma Delta B.S., HISTORY NORRISTOWN, PA. Prepared at Norristown High School, Franklin and Marshal Academy, and Bellefonte Academy, Freshman Football, Varsity Football C2, 3, 45, Captain C455 Varsity Basketball C2, 3, 45, Varsity Basef ball C2, 3, 45, Pen and Sword. I A --al 47 Is-- l I J ROBERT J. GULICK Alpha Tau Omega B.S., BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION PERKASIE, PA. Prepared an Perkasie High School, 1930 SPECTRUM Staff, Student Council C2, 3, 4D, Gettyshurgiari C2, 3Q, Alpha Psi Epsilon. JOSEPH A. GUSTAITUS B.S., BIOLOGY SCRANTONS PA- Prepared at Scranton Technical High School and Gettysburg Academy, Class Football Cl, ZH, Varsity Football MAYNARD C. HALLOCK Sigma Chi B.S., PHILOSOPHY HONESDALE, PA. Prepared at Honesdale High School, Mercury C2, 3D, Class Football Cl, 2, 3D, Class Basketball CZD, Y. M. C. A. Cabinet C3, 4D, Assistant Tennis Manager Cl, 2, 3D, Ministerial Association C2, 3, 4D, Scabbard and Blade. J. DONALD HAMM B.S., HISTORY HANOVER, PA. Prepared at Hanover High School, Freshman Football, Class Football C3j, Historical Association. CAROLYN A. HARMON Beta Lambda A.B., LATIN HAZELTON, PA. Prepared at Hazelton High School' Rifle qi, 25, Manager op, Y. W. C. A. qi? 2, 3, LD, French Club C2, 3, 45, MIRIAM H. HARTZELL Beta Lambda A-B-, HISTORY GETTYSBURG, PA. Prepared at Gettysburg High School, Glee Club Cl, 3, 41, Y. W. C. A. Cl, 2, 43, Girls' Class President Cl, 2, 3, 45, Historical ASS0CiatiOn Cl, 2, 3, 4,D, SecretaryfTreasf urer C4j, LEROY C. HARTMAN B.S., CHEMISTRY CASHTOWN, PA, Prepared at Gettysburg High School. MARY L HARTMAN A.B., ENGLISH CASHTOWN, PA, Prepared at Gettysburg High School. VERNA E. HECKENLUBER A Gamma Phi B.S., ENGLISH ARENDTSVILLE, PA Prepared at Arendtsyille Vocational School, Rifle Cl, 2, 3j, Y. W. C. A. Cl, 2, 3, 4D, Glee Club Cl, 2, 3, 4D. EDWARD N. HELTZEL B.S., ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING KINGSTON, PA. Prepared at Kingston High School. WILLIAM E. HENLEY Sigma Alpha Epsilon B.S., BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION NEW KENSINGTON, PA. Prepared at New Kensington High School and the University of Pittsburgh, Cheer Leader C3D. STEWART W. HERMAN Phi Sigma Kappa A.B., PHILOSOPHY HARRISBURG, PA. Prepared at Harrisburg Technical High School, Gettysburgiarl Cl, 2, 3, 4Dg Co' EditOrfinfChief C4D, Mercury C2, 3, 4l, Editor C4D, Junior Varsity Debating Squad Clj, Varsity Debating Squad C2, 3, 453 President Debating Council C455 1930 SPECTRUM Staff, Owl and Nightingale C2, 3, 45, Class Secretary Cl, 2D3 Class Historian C3, 4Q, Sophomore Play, Winner Oratorical Contest 425, News Editor Blister Cllr, Garver Greek Prize Csecond placeb, Clj, Muhlenburg Freshman Prizes Blue Crocodiles, Tau Kappa Alpha, Phi Beta Kappa. --al 48 Ie-- DAVID L. HERTZLER Phi Kappa Psi B.S., CHEMISTRY MECHANICSEURG, PA. Prepared at Mechanicsburg High School. JACOB HERZLICH B.S., BIOLOGY BROOKLYN, N. Y. Prepared at Boys' High School, Brook' lyn, Freshman Football, Freshman Track, Varsity Football C2, 3, 45, Varsity Track C2, 3, 45. ' PAULINE R. HESSE Beta Lambda B.S., MATHEMATICS FORT WASHINGTON, PA. Prepared at Smithburg High School, Basketball Cl, 25, Y. W. C. A. Cl, 2, 35. I. VICTOR HOFFMAN Phi Delta Theta B.S., BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION HAGERSTOWN, MD. Prepared at Geneseo High School, Iowa, Band Cl, 25, Glee Club Cl5, InterfFraternity Council C3, 45, French Club C25, Student Instructor C455 Alpha Psi Epsilon DORSEY R. HOYT B.S., CHEMISTRY WORTHINGTON, PA. Prepared at Worthington High School. HUGH H. HOKE B.S., HISTORY HANOVER, PA. Prepared at Hanover High School, Freshman Football, Freshman Basketball, Freshman Track, Varsity Football, Varf sity Basketball C2, 3, 45, Varsity Track C2, 3, 45, Captain C3, 455 Pen and Sword. EUGENE C. HOLLER B.S., MECHANICAL ENGINEERING BEDFORD, PA. Prepared at Bedford High School. +R' WILMER H. HOLMES Sigma Alpha Epsilon A.B., ENGLISH PITTSBURGH, PA. Prepared at Carnegie High School, Sophomore Play, Sophomore Play Com' mittee, Class Debate C25, Varsity Debatf ing Squad C25, Assistant Basketball Man' ager Cl, 2, 35, Basketball Manager C45, Gettyshtwgian Cl, 2, 3, 45, CofEditorfinf Chief C455 Junior Prom Committee, Father and Son's Day Committee C35' Senior Sponsor, Class President C3, 453 Student Council C45, InterfFraternity Council C3, 45, Owl and Nightingale C3, 45, Kappa Phi Kappa, Deutsche Verein, Tau Kappa Alpha, Blue Crocodiles, Pen and Sword. HENRY L. HOOD Sigma Chi B.S., BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION LANSDOWNE, PA. Prepared at Lansdowne High School, 1930 SPECTRUM Staff, Freshman Basketball, Class Football C25, Freshman Tennis, Varsity Tennis C2, 3, 45, Captain C35, Gettysbwrgian C2, 3, 45, Alpha Psi Epsilon. ELIZABETH R. HORN Beta Lambda A.B., MATHEMATICS GETTYSBURG, PA. Prepared at Gettysburg High School, Basketball Cl, 2, 3, 45, Y. W. C. A. Cl, 2, 3, 45, President C45, Glee Club Cl, 2, 3, 45. HARRY B. HULL Phi Delta Theta A.B., GREEK CLEARSPRING, MD. Prepared at Clearspring High School. EARL R. HUNTSBERGER 'Theta Kappa Nu A.B., GREEK PHILADELPHIA, PA. Prepared at Gettysburg Academy, Gettyshwrgian Cl5, Freshman Football, Class Football C25, Chairman Sophomore Work Committee, FreshmanfSophomore Hop Committee, Ministerial Association. --:II 49 Ib-- Je iw -' I C ll 1. . , FRANK R. HOUDINA Tau Kappa Epsilon - B.S., BIOLOGY COALDALES PA- Prepared at Coaldale High School, Freshman Football, Varsity Football C2, 35. H. HOMER JOHNSON Theta Kappa Nu B.S., ECONOMICS TOWANDA, PA. Prepared at Towanda High School, Freshman Track, Varsity Track C25, French Club C3, 45. STEPHEN JURBALA Tau Kappa Epsilon B.S., POLITICAL SCIENCE SCRANTON, PA. Prepared at Gettysburg Academy, Class Football Cl, 25, Class Track Y. M. C. A. Cabinet C35. G. WELTY KADEL B.S., HISTORY GETTYSBURG, PA. Prepared at Gettysburg High School, Historical Association C2, 3, 453 Rifle Club C3, 45, Glee Club C3, 45, Senior Sponsor, Class Honors C35, Military Prize C2, 35, Scabbard and Blade, Kappa Phi Kappa, Phi Beta Kappa. . E. BAYARD KELLER Theta Kappa Nu A B.S., BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION YORK, PA. Prepared at York High School, 1930 SPECTRUM Staff, Assistant Baseball Man' ager Cl, 2, 35, Cheer Leader C2, 3, 45, Alpha Psi Epsilon. I GEORGE J. E. KELSCH , Theta Kappa Nu B.S., CHEMISTRY MCKEESPORT, PA. Prepared at McKeesport Technical High School, 1930 SPECTRUM, Advertising Manager, Gettysbufrgian Cl5, Band Cl, 2, 3, 45, Rifle Club C2, 35, Orchestra Cl, 2, 3, 45. .QI , . V gl.. , -..f,x'., 11- A LEROY D. KESLAR Phi Kappa Rho B.S., CHEMISTRY ACME, PA, Prepared at Mt. Pleasant High School, Wrestling C45, Chemistry Club RALPH S. KINSINGER B.S., MATHEMATICS HARRISBURG, PA. Prepared at Harrisburg Technical High School. n RUSSEL J. KIRST Sigma Alpha Epsilon B.S., BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION READING, PA. Prepared af Reading High School, Assistant Baseball Manager C2, 35, junior Prom Committee, Alpha Psi Epsilon. OBER S. KNIPPLE B.S., CHEMISTRY HANOVER, PA. Prepared at Hanover High School. C. LESTER LACK Sigma Chi B.S., PHILOSOPHY HARRISBURG, PA. Prepared at Harrisburg Technical High School and Gettysburg Academy, M e'rcu'ry C2, 35, Business Manager C35, Publicity Staff, Owl and Nightingale Cl5, Editorial Staff, GfBoolq C35, Poverty Day Committee Cl5, Class Football Cl, 25, Freshman' Sophomore Hop Committee, Military Ball Committee, Scabbard and Blade. WILFRED V. LAUER Tau Kappa Epsilon B.S., GERMAN RICHMOND, N. Y. Prepared at Jamaica High School, Varsity Tennis C2, 35, Captain C25, Class Basketball C25, junior Prom Committee. STUART H. LENGEL Star Club A.B., LATIN SHOEMAKERSVILLE, PA. Prepared at Shoemakersville High School, Rifle Club Cl, 2, 3, 45, Ministerial Association. 50 Is'- I I ' qib,'!gtSl,'?Q!yQ!l 9 als' . 7' :fi--.I Y ' I I WINTON S. LEWIS Phi Kappa Rho A.B., ECONOMICS PERKASIE, N. J. Prepared 'at Perkasie High School, Rifle Club C2, 3, 4D, Band Cl, 2, 3, 4D, Deutsche Verein. , JUSTUS H. LIESMAN Kappa Delta Rho A.B., ENGLISH CAMP HILL, PA. Prepared at Camp Hill High School, 1930 SPECTRUM, Associate Editor, Cettysf burgian C2, 3, 4J,'Advertising Manager C4D, Junior Varsity Debating Squad Cl, 2, 35, Class Debate C2, 3J, Rifle Club Cl, 2, 3D, Deutsche Verein, Scabbard and Blade. BENJAMIN B. LIPSKY B.S., BIOLOGY - GLENLYON, PA. Prepared at New Port High School, Basketball Cl, 2J, Beta Beta Beta. ARTHUR L. LIND Sigma Alpha Epsilon B.S., MECHANICAL ENGINEERING AKRON, OHIO Prepared at Gettysburg Academy, Freshman Track, Track Squad C2J, Sophof more Work Committee, Owl and Night' ingale C2, 3, 4J, Sophomore Play, Class Basketball Cl, 2J, 1930 SPECTRUM, Photo' graphic Editor. FREDERICK L. LUTZE B.S., ECONOMICS LANDSDALE, PA. Prepared at Landsdale High School, Clee Club C3, 4J. HAROLD W. LUCKENBAUCH Star Club A.B., HISTORY GLENNVILLE, PA. Prepared at Clennville High School, Historical Association 2, 3, 4D. JOHN MALGERI B.S., BIOLOGY NEWARK, N. J. Prepared at Newark High School. WILLIS C. MANGES Sigma Alpha Epsilon B.S., BIOLOGY ,HARRISBURG, PA. Prepared at Harrisburg Technical High School, Cheer Leader Cl, 2, 3, 4J, Swim' ming Team C4D, Manager C4J, Sophomore Play, Sophomore Work Committee, Glee Club Cl, 41, Owl and Nightingale C3, 4D. MARY M. MARTIN Beta Lambda B.S., ENGLISH GETTYSBURG, PA. Prepared at Gettysburg High School, Clee Club Cl, 3, 4J, French Club CD, Sophomore Play. JOSEPH MASTROMONACO B.S., CHEMISTRY BAYONNE, N. Prepared at Bayonne High School. JOHN M. MCALPINE Phi Delta Theta B.S., BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION LONACONING, PA. Prepared at Lonaconing High School, Assistant Baseball Manager C2J, Class Basketball ClJ, French .Club C3, 4J. DAVID R. MCILHENNY Sigma Alpha Epsilon B.S., BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION WAYNESBORO, PA. Prepared at Waynesboro High School, Varsity Basketball C2, 3J, French Club C3, 4J, 1930 SPECTRUM Staff, Class Foot' ball C1, 2D, Class Track CD, Y. M. C. A. C3J, Alpha Psi Epsilon. EARL J. MCMILLEN Phi Delta Theta B.S., HISTORY LANCASTER, PA. Prepared at Lancaster High School, Freshman Football, Freshman Basketball, Varsity Football C2, 3, 4D, Varsity Basket' ball C2, 3D, Varsity Baseball C2, 3, 41, Tribunal C3, 4J, French Club C2, 3, 4Jg Historical Association Cl, 2, 3, 4J, Track Squad C3J, InterfFraternity Council C3, 45, Kappa Phi Kappa, Pen and Sword. .QI 51 Ig.. MARGARET E. MOCK Beta Lambda A.B., HISTORY WHEELING, W. VA. Prepared at Triadelphia High School and Kuntztown State Teachers' College, Y. W. C. A. C3, 45, French Club C3, 453 Historical Association C3, 45, R. O. T. C. Sponsor C45. ALTON M. MOTTER A.B., PHILOSOPHY LITTLESTOWN, PA. Prepared at Littlestown High School, Junior Varsity Debating Squad C35, Ministerial Association C2, 3, 45, Class Debate C45, Oratorical Contest C35, Y. M. C. A. C35. HAROLD B. MORRIS V Kappa Delta Rho B.S., CHEMISTRY HARRISBURG, PA. Prepared at South High School, Youngsf town, Ohio, Band Cl, 2, 3, 45, Orchestra Cl, 2, 3, 45, Class Football Cl, 25, Class Basketball Cl, 25, Class Baseball Cl, 25, Phi Beta Kappa. JOHN E. MUMPER Theta Kappa Nu B.S., MECHANICAL ENGINEERING GETTYSBURG, PA. Prepared at Gettysburg High School, 1930 SPECTRUM Staff. RUTH E. MYERS Gamma Phi A-B-, LATIN ASPERS, PA. Prepared at Biglerville High School, Rifle Cl, 2, 3, 45, Y. W. C. A. Cl, 2, 3, 45, Treasurer C35, French Club C2, 3, 45. JOHN N. NEELY B.S., HISTORY FAIRFIELD, PA. Prepared at Gettysburg High School, Historical Association C2, 3, 45, P. S, E, A, C3, 45, Schoolman's Club C2, 3, 45, Pi Lambda Sigma. I MILTON C. PLANK Sigma Chi B.S., BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION GETTYSBURG, PA. Prepared at Gettysburg High School, Freshman Football, Class Football C25, InterfFraternity Council C3, 45, President C45, FreshmanfSophomore Hop Committee, Junior Prom Committee. PAUL L. REASER Alpha Tau Omega B.S., PHILOSOPHY GETTYSBURG, PA. Prepared at Gettysburg High School, 1930 SPECTRUM Staff, Band Cl, 2, 3, 45, Leader C45, Orchestra C2, 3, 45, Glee Club C35, Junior Prom Committee, Father and Son's Day Committee C45, Mothers' Day Committee C35, Senior Sponsor, Inter' Fraternity Council C3, 45, Sages C45, President C45, Kappa Phi Kappa, Pen and Sword. EDWARD S. REICHTER B.S., INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING WILLIAMSPCRT, MD. Prepared at Williamsport High School, Freshman Rifle, Varsity Rifle C2, 3, 453 Rifle Club Cl, 2, 3, 45, President C45, Manager KENNETH M. REIGHTER B.S., CHEMISTRY HARRISBURG, PA. Prepared at Harrisburg Technical High School, Radio Club Cl, 2, 35, French Club C35, Y. M. C. A. C35, Chemistry Club C455 Scabbard and Blade. EARL W. RICKENBACH Tau Kappa Epsilon A.B., PHILOSOPHY READING, PA. Prepared at High School for Boys, Reading, Sophomore Play, Varsity Soccer C45, Varsity Swimming C45, Owl and Nightingale C3, 45, Sages C45, Deutsche Verein. .QI 5Q Ig.. HAROLD H. REUNING Sigma Chi B.S., BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION GBTTYSBURG, PA. Prepared at Coudersport High School and Beckley College, Rifle CZJ, Manager CBJ, Y. M. C. A. Cabinet C3J, Deutsche Verein, Alpha Psi Epsilon. JOHN H. RICE Star Club A.B., PHILOSOPHY ARENDTSVILLE, PA. Prepared at Arendtsville Vocational School, Band Cl, Z, 3, 4J, Orchestra CZ, 3, 4J, Freshman Rifle, Class Baseball MELBA L. RICHARD Beta Lambda A.B., FRENCH COLLINGSDALE, PA. Prepared at Lansdowne High School, Y. W. C. A. Cl, 4J, Glee Club Cl, Z, 3, 4J, Manager C4J, Rifle. Cl, Z, 311, Captain C3J, Sophomore Play, French Club Cl, Z, 3, 4J, Manager Girls' Athletics C4J, Phi Beta Kappa. J. HAROLD RIFE B.S., CIVIL ENGINEERING ORTANNA, PA. Prepared at Gettysburg High School, Freshman Track, Varsity Track CZ, 4Jg Cross Country C3, 4J. GUSTAVE A. RINGWALD Phi Gamma Delta B.S., GERMAN LONG ISLAND, N. Y. Prepared at Gettysburg Academy, Campus Beautiful Club CZJ, Class Vice' President CZJ, Band Cl, ZJ, Deutsche Verein, Scabbard and Blade. J. WATSON ROY Phi Delta Theta B.S., BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION SOMERSET, PA. Prepared at Somerset High School, Assistant Basketball Manager CD, Cannon Bawl Cl, ZJ, 1930 SPECTRUM Staff, Class Soccer C4D. JAMES J. ROCHE Sigma Alpha Epsilon B.S., BIOLOGY SCRANTON, PA. Prepared at Scranton Central High School, Freshma.n Football, Freshman Track, Freshman Basketball, Varsity Football CZ, 3, 45, Varsity Baseball C3, 4J5 Varsity Track CZJ, FreshmanfSophomore Hop Committee, Class Basketball CZ, 3J, Class Baseball Cl, ZJ, Sophomore Play, Dramatics CZ, 3, 4J, French Club CZ, 3J, Beta Beta Beta, Pen and Sword. CHARLES P. SCHEINER A.B., PHILOSOPHY BALTIMORE, MD. I Prepared at Wesley Collegiate Insti 111126. CLARENCE K. SHULTZ I I Sigma Alpha Epsilon B.S., HISTORY ORRSTOWN, PA. Prepared at Gettysburg Academy, Track Manager C3, 4J, Debate Manager C4Dg Class Basketball Cl, ZJ., Class Base' ball Cl, ZJ, Class VicefPresident C3J, Historical Association C3, 4J, French Club CZ, 3l, Pi Lambda Sigma. JOHN D. SCHUSSLER Theta Kappa Nu B.S., BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION PITTSBURGH, PA. Prepared at Peabody High School, l93O SPECTRUM Staff, Class Baseball Manager lJ, Class Basketball Clj, Rifle Club CZJ, Junior Prom Committee, Alpha Psi Epsilon. EMANUEL P. SENFT A.B., PHILOSOPHY YORK, PA. Prepared at York High School, Sophof more Play, Brass 'Tax CZJ, Ministerial Association CZ, 3, 4Jg Student Volunteer C45 . --al 53 Is-- HOWARD K. SCOTT Sigma Alpha Epsilon B.S., BIOLOGY SHICKSHINNY, PA. Prepared at Shickshinny High School. I CHARLES C. SELLERS A.B., GREEK YORK, PA- Prepared at York High School, 1930 SPECTRUM Staff, Mercury C2, 3, 413 Ministerial Association C2, 3, 41, Editor' infChief, GfBook, Oratorical Contest C21, Class Basketball C31, Garver Greek Prize C11, Philhellenic Society, Phi Beta Kappa. DANIEL C. SHEPLY A.B., HISTORY MYERSVILLE, MD. Prepared at Myersville High School and Middletown High School, Class Baseball 1, 21, Historical Association C2, 3, 41, Schoolman's Club C31, Rifle Club C3, 41, Radio Club C3, 41. EARL E. SLAYBAUGH B.S., CHEMISTRY BIGLERVILLE, PA. 'Prepared at Biglerville High School, Student Instructor C41, Chemistry Club C41, Secretary C41, French Club C2, 31. CHARLES E. SMUCK I Alpha Tau Omega B.S., HISTORY RED LION, PA. Prepared at Gettysburg Academy, Tribunal C2, 31, Varsity Baseball C21, Class Treasurer C11, French Club C2, 3, 41. HERBERT J. SWARTZ Sigma Chi B.S., BIOLOGY MARION, PA. Prepared at Chambersburg High School and Cumberland Valley State Teachers' College, Beta Beta Beta, Kappa Phi Kappa. WILLIAM P. SNIDER B-5-, ECONOMICS WILLIAMSON, PA. Prepared at Chambersburg High School. M. LOUELLA SNIDER n Beta Lambda A.B., ENGLISH GETTYSEURG, PA. Prepared at Taneytown High School and Gettysburg High School, 1930 SPEC' TRUM Staff, Y. W. C. A. C1, 2, 3, 41, Glee Club C11, French Club C1, 21, Girls' Tribunal C3, 41, VicefPreSident Girls' Student Body. CONRAD IW. SNYDER Alpha Tau Omega B.S., BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION PHILADELPHIA, PA. Prepared at Frankford High School, Business Manager, 1930 SPECTRUM, Freshf man Football, Varsity Football C2, 3, 41, Freshman Track, Varsity Track C2, 3, 41, VicefPresident Class C41, P. S. E. A. C3, 41, Alpha Psi Epsilon, President C41, Kappa Phi Kappa, President C41, Pen and Sword, President WILLIAM H. SNYDER Phi Sigma Kappa B.S., BIOLOGY WEST CHESTER, PA. Prepared at West Chester High School, Rifle Club C1, 2, 3, 41, Class Baseball C11, Gettysburgian C21, Dramatics C1, 2, 3, 41, Glee Club C1, 2, 3, 41, Scabbard and Blade, Beta Beta Beta. HELEN K. STALLSMITH Gamma Phi A.B., LATIN GETTYSBURG, PA. Prepared at Gettysburg High School, Y. W. C. A. C1, 2, 3, 41, French Club C1, 41, Hassler Latin Prize, Class Honors C11, Highest Class Honors C21, Phi Beta Kappa, Valdictory Honors. CHARLES J. STARNER B.S., ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING GETTYSBURG, PA. Prepared at Gettysburg High School, Rifle Club C1, 2, 31, Radio Club C1, 2, 3, 41. .QI 54 Ip.. - PAUL E. STEIN Kappa Delta Rho B.S., HISTORY RED LION, PA. Prepared at Red Lion High School, Gettysburgian C25, Historical Association C2, 3, 45, Pi Lambda -Sigma, President C45. DONALD M. STONER Phi Delta Theta B.S., BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION MIFELINTOWN, PA. Prepared at Milflintown High School, Freshman Football, Freshman Baseball, Varsity Football C2, 3, 45, Class Basketball Cl, 2, 45, Class Baseball Cl5. JACK B. STECKLY Alpha Tau Omega B.S., CHEMISTRY HARRISBURG, PA. Prepared at Harrisburg Technical High School. CHARLES M. SPANGLER Phi Kappa Psi B.S., MATHEMATICS YORK, PA. Prepared at York High School, Varsity Football Cl, 2, 3, 45, Varsity Basketball Cl, 35, Varsity Track Cl5, Sophomore Play, Student Council C35, Class Basketball Captain C25, Class Baseball WILBUR M. SWANK Kappa Delta Rho B.S., ENGLISH TAMAQUA, PA. Prepared at Tamaqua High School, 1930-SPECTRUM Staff. EVELYN THOMAS Beta Lambda B.S., SPANISH GETTYSBURG, PA. Prepared at ,Gettysburg High School, Glee Club Cl, 2, 3, 45, Student Leader C35, Owl and Nightingale C3, 453 Y. W. C. A. C25, Sophomore Play Committee, R. O. T. C. Sponsor. RONALD L. TOBIAS A.B., PHILOSOPHY CLEARFIELD, PA. Prepared at Clearfield High School, Ministerial Association Cl, 2, 3, 45, Rifle Club C3, 45, Student Volunteer Associaf. tion C3, 45, Y. M. C. A. Cabinet C35, French Club C3, 45. MARTIN L. TOZER Phi Kappa Rho A.B., GREEK BRIDGETON, IN. J. Prepared at Bridgeton High School, Cettysburgiaii C2, 3, 45, Circulation Man' ager C45, Y. M. C. A. C25, Ministerial Association C2, 3, 45, Class Honors C25, Philhellenic Society. PAUL K. TUSSEY Tau Kappa Epsilon B.S., CHEMISTRY ALTOONA, PA. Prepared at Altoona High School, Freshman Football, Varsity Football C2, 3, 45. PAUL P. ULRICH Phi Gamma Delta A B.S., CHEMISTRY GREENCASTLE, PA. Prepared at Selinsgrove High School, Freshman Football, Freshman Basketball, Varsity Football C3, 45, Glee Club C2, 3, 45. H. PORTER VAN ORMER Tau Kappa Epsilon B.S., MECHANICAL ENGINEERING SCHELLSBURG, PA. . Prepared at Bedford High School, Freshman Track, Varsity Track Squad C2, 35, Class Football Manager C25, Assist' ant Football Manager Cl, 2, 35, Varsity Football Manager C45, Swimming C45, Class Baseball --sl 55 Its-- V X 5, in Y.. ,Jw ,, 1. :Vim 1.f I:-I . , .Il EM" 'N El?-To fs 5i::'4f A iii: 5314-I - nl." , , iii .I I. 'ggii'-Iwi, I 1'-.I V, flaw INA' i stil, ..,. FEI" V I- FQ. . 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Q-.JM H-IN" ' I ., . gap, SJ' I wf,,.:W3. .gi ,, I. :ai i ' ' Ph Pig' "H,i,3Qjf' ill R171 ROBERT H WAITE Sigma Chi B S INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING TYRONE PA Prepared at Tyrone High School Freshman Football Varsity Football 2 3 4D Radio Club 2 3D ELMER W WARREN B S HISTORY GETTYSBURG PA Prepared at Gettysburg High School Historical Association i3 4 Class Foot ball op Y M C A op GEORGE E WEAVER B S BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION GETTYSBURG PA Prepared at Biglerville High School JACOB N WEIKERT Kappa Delta Rho B S HISTORY GETTYSBURG PA Prepared at Gettysburg High School Clas Baseball C1 ' Varsity Baseball 2 ' Class Basketball 1 2D g VERNON M WENTZ I ' S saw Czab AB GREEK GREENMOUNT MD Prepared at Hampstead High School' Band C1 2 3 4 Orchestra QD' Freshman Sophomore Hop Committee' Schoolman S Club Q45 DONALD O WETZEL B S , MATHEMATICS MIDDLEBURG, PA Prepared at Middleburg High Schoolg Class Honors C2jg Championship Class Debate C253 Orchestra Cljg Varsity Debatf ing Squad C3, 4Dg Deutsche Vereing Tau Kappa Alpha. I E. BRADLEY WIBLE BQS., CHEMISTRY V GETTYSBURG, PA. Prepared at Gettysburg High Schoolg Chemistry Club C4Dg Kappa Phi Kappa. ERNEST E WIESNER Kappa Delta Rho BS BIOLOGY TAMAQUA PA Prepared at Tamaqua High School Glee Club Cl 2 3 4D Junior Prom Com mittee 1930 SPECTRUM Staff Inter Fra ternity Council C3 4D Sophomore Work Committee Sophomore Play Modern Book Club 3 4 Chairman C4D Senior Sponsor Deutsche Verein Beta Beta Beta President 4 W GILBERT WISE AB PHILOSOPHY HARRISBURG PA Prepared at Harrisburg Technical High School Varsity Track C2 3 Cross Country 2 3 Soccer 4 Wrestling 4 Ministerial Association C2 3 41 MERRILL C YOST Theta Kappa Nu B.S CHEMISTRY TAMAQUA PA Prepared at Tamaqua High School' I President Student Body Editor in i Chief 1930 SPECTRUM' Class Honors CD' I Owl and Nightingale 2 3 4 President 41 Class Debate C3l' Sophomore Work Committee- Stage Manager Sophomore I Play' Athletic Council C4D' Chairman Q Father and Son S Day Committee i4D' Chemistry Club 43' P S E A 3 4D I President 4 ' Blue Crocodiles' Deutsche Verein' Kappa Phi Kappa' Pen and Sword Phi Beta Kappa WILLIAM H. ZUFALL Phi Kappa Psi B.S., ECONOMICS MECHANICSBURG, PA. Prepared at Mechanicsburg High Schoolg Class Football Cl, Zjg Class Baseball C2Qg InterfFraternity Council Q3, 4D5 Junior Prom Committeeg Campus Beautif ful Club C2, 33. --SI 56 Is-- I .1 STUDENTS in their college heyday, rememberingandanticif pating on the strength of present satisfaction JIJNIDIQS I I I I I I I I I I I . ,I .II 5.-ZI II' it f I 5 I 'rf-12' "H I J ,I 1' 1' -.- , III, gg II' , l I I--M 1, A Jr, ff" 1- ,- If I .I Q, I , I i '1- II, II' SI I I I I I I I , I ' I '-.I I I I ',II ,VI I II II I I I I Ii I ' I II I II II - ,IIII FI I II II III I II I ,Ip I 'III I 4 I I 5 ,I I I I I II I.: I ,I I I I I p III I I . QII I Q. I III' 5 II I1 lg II 32 II I II ,,. II I. ,I v. ji -I II Q' II if III 12 II I YI I I I Ili I II , W fu jj I. , Q 'III I!Ii II fi II I III Ii I I5 I: I if: III he 'I If .II . II III Ig' I I III I II 1 II If 'III - III III? JUNIGR CLASS HISTQRY HEN the classic Herodotus set down his first historical chronicles in the modern manner, he probably failed to realize that he was in the act of establishing a precedent which would harass the minds of men for countless centuries to come. But that is precisely what he did. Ever since his golden day, the world has had its historians. And it is needless to say that all these historians have had their troubles. If you happen to know one, ask him. Being a very diminutive historian myself, I have been subject to perennial difficulties. There have been very few facts and dates' and significant events to give foundation to my records, and I have been granted only the humble scope of my own groping mind to provide material for my yearly epistle of memories. " The first year brought forth an allegorical treatise, involving an almost interminable series of indicative words which had the nature of a vague synopsis. Last year the tale ran, in free verse, "from fact to fancy and back again." This year, what? Think back, class' mates . . . What do you want to remember? Do you care to recall the autumn of your Junior year? The friendly sensations of revivf ing your acquaintances, the pleasure of finding new chums among the freshmen, the heterof geneity of classes in every available building while workmen monopolized Glatfelter, the fine football season, with your indomitable classmates doing credit to the varsity linefup, the fraternity dances, with all their sprightly implications, the first Gettysfbak event for home' coming alumni, the Student Council dance, the Military Ball, the happiness of Father's Day, the Thanksgiving recess, featured by a certain glorious triumph on a certain memorable Thursday, the opening of the new and beautiful Library, the opening of the completely remodeled Glatfelter, the whole long round of classes, week after week, and theccoincident gathering of an education. Do you want to remember the winter season of your gayest year? The generous slice of freedom provided by the Yuletide holidays, which is a matter for personal recollection, the studious month of January, the midfyear examinations, full of hope and terror, the social climax of the Junior Prom-more than two hundred couples dancing from ten to two, with Milt Shor and his renowned Detroiters playing irresistible music on the stage of our gym' ballroomfthe handsome novelty of more than two thousand balloons in the decorations, and their violent deflation in the midst of the dance, the real wintriness of the winter, with over a dozen snows and several temperatures far below the conventional zero, the basketball season, spurred on to high success by Junior athletes, the individual journeys to cities and towns, to Goucher, Beaver, Hood, Wilson, the onrush of studies and activities and the big routine of college life, the hebdomadal enjoyment of the cinema, the good cheer of comrades, the glamorous weekfends, particularly that of Washington's Birthday, the coming of warm breezes and clear, bright days, the first robin, the enthusiastic superiority of a Junior in fraternity initiations, the Sophflirosh Hop, with superb dance music by the CasafLoma orchestra, textfbooks, the howling gales of March. I Or would you like to think of the spring of your third college year? The lethargic sensations of springffever, especially on your days in lab, the continued study' ing, the continued assignments, the orange benches in the square, the long, warm evenf ings of unrest, the spring vacation, a week of perfect gaietyl at home, runners jogging around the cinderftrack, the crack of baseball bats, roadsters sailing along the roads of spring, the A .QI 58 color and scent of young flowers, the return of green foliage to the campus trees, the beautiful splendor of new grass, track meets, flashes of muscular prowess, baseball games on the new diamond, walks on the Battlefield, the early flow of tourists into town, Mother's Day, the PanfHellenic, with its annual sparkle, the fraternity dances in May-on moonlight nights, perhaps, the final examinations, replete with anxiety, of course, Commencement, and the abrupt realization that the class of 1931 has just one year to go, the last of the fraternity dances, the farewellsg etcetera. Is there anything else you want to remember, classmates? If there is, your historian must ask you to consult yourself, for he is by no means omniscient. Take your diary from the sacred drawer, and read it once more. Sit contentedly by the hearth, light your pipe, and go back to the little excitements of your Junior year. Each of you must compile his own class history. It is a simple matter to recount what the class has done as an organization, and it is equally easy to tell what individuals in the class have done. But your chief interest should be yourself. What have you done? What is your story as a noble Junior in Gettysburg? And that is not for me to know or mention. I have done my puny bit. My task is casually accomplished, friends. Vale! Gnoaon NEFF LUcAs, Historian. I . korg F cl' 'U' .QI 59 Ig.. 6 , F. M. WEAVER, Chairman L. L. LEITZEL I 5 i, 'L Il n .fr H -' .N 5 ' 3 l fi ' fi' 1: P'-A. 1, sl ' -ig? 6, 1 V' ,KZ -1' L 1Qw'4'--1571231 , 'HE 1. 'fader all vkilj 1 41' ' i .. ffl l Fl Q .1514 "Mfg 1 l fi-. N, - p A lf Yi' . ' l' C V2 4 'I' g,,., A., 1 . i 3.57 J-A Q 1 ll kV'1A"iV.i+r l U-p ' F. i iii 7 i . .1 l :i Q- ' r ill, fill' P lib U- 5 if . Q 3 i V65 5 f w I.- P in i l .I Back Row, Left to Right-Small, McCloy, R. W. Lucas, Frese 'I Front Row-Leitzel, Weaver, Messic, G. N. Lucas QJVE '5 JUNIOR PROM CQMMITTEE C. W. COBLE E. S. FRESE S p J. S. MEssEo W. F. ANGLBMOYBR L L. C. AMPS R. W. LUCAS M. J. MCCLOY J. A. MILLER A G. N. LUCAS D. E. SMALL l E .1 K I i HE Junior Prom, the most brilliant spectacle of the social year, was held on January 31. if Peppy music by Milt Shor and his Detroiters with an outstanding metropolitan reputaf lv tion, a beautifully decorated ballroom with a tint of the modernistic, presented an ideal L atmosphere for the dancers. There was an attendance of approximately two hundred enthusiastic couples. Need M 1 any more be said for the committee which was responsible for the splendid success which the Prom enjoyed? im in i, ul ,jf U ll Hi E .QI 60 Ig.. si ' if J if 's ill . iv V4 5, lil' , 3 A " 1 l f . , . 5 . . lj V. JOLIN' Q. 1-VL-1Nk'E L CLZXIT Offll-lCQPf WGEQEW VICE-WEIIDENT 0 HN wlacxxxg Q l JOHN Q, 'D iCkifON IE CQCTAQY 635' 6 7 9. Mgr "I J. LOUIJN WOLF D12C.f!DSlPST JOIQDM W.fEY17lZi2T ' GEODGE N, LUCAI 'wigmumzzaz HlfTO2U1N --QI 61 Ib-- A LEWIS C. AMPS, T K E JOHNSTOWN, PA. - B. S. Biology uSl10ff5'M Prepared at Johnstown High School, Band, Cl, 2, SQ, Orchestra, Ql, 2, 35, Glee Club, Cl, 2, SD, Junior Prom Committee, FreshmanfSophomore Hop Committee, Deutsche Verein, Scabbard and Blade. WILLIAM F. ANGLEMOYER, fp r A PHOENIXVILLE, PA. B. S. Business Administration "Sheets" s Prepared at Wenonah. Military Academy, Freshman Football, Freshman Basketball, Fresh' man Baseball, Varsity Football, C2, '30, Varsity Basketball, C2, 31, Varsity Baseball, Q2, 35, Student Council, C2, EO, Tribunal, CZ, SD, Junior Prom Committee. GEORGE W. AUMILLER, K A P DoWN1NGToN, PA. B. S. English 'sGeo'rge" Prepared at Girard College High School, Freshman Tennis, Varsity Tennis, CZ, SD, Tribunal, CZD, Class Basketball, CZJ, Campus Beautiful Club, QD, Gettsybuvgian, Cl, 2, BSD, Associate Editor, CLD, F reshmanfSophomore Hop Committee, Junior Varsity Debating Squad, CBD, 1931 SPECTRUM Staff, Class Secretary, CZD. GEORGE S. BAYLEY, CID A 9 YARDLEY, PA. B. S. Biology A "George" Prepared at Yardley High School, Chairman, FreshmanfSophomore Hop Committee. V EDWARD C. BEARD, CD Z K GBTTYSB URG, PA. 'Prepared at Gettysburg High School, Y. M. C. A. Cabinet, CZ, 325 Class Basketball, Cl, Zjg Deutsche Verein. A I ' 1 l l RCBERTBARKLEY, CID E K SHIPPBNSBURG, PA. ' A. B. English "Bob" Prepared at Gloversville High School and Shippensburg State Teachers Collegeg Gettysf bufrgian, C2, SD, Sports Editor, CSD. l 1 RALPH W. BIRK JOHNSTOWN, PA. JOHN D BERT 2 X CHAMBERSBURG, PA B S Industr1al Engmeermg ert Prepared atChambersburg H1gh School ,s 4 v 'M air wtf Nr , 'Ji - . .1 I I l I l P1 r B. S. Economics I "Ralph" D Prepared at Johnstown High School. A , JOHN W. BLACK g GETTYSBURG. PA. ' B. S. Mathematics "john" ,Prepared at Gettysburg High School. l MARCUS R. BONSIGNORE RocHEs'rEix, N. Y. B. S. Biology - , . "Marc" Prepared at Gettysburg Academy, 'French' . Club, Cl, 2, P03 Soccer, CBD, Chemistry Club, C4Dg InterfClass Wrestling, Q2, BD. HENRY EoWERs, fn A o HANOVER, PA. B. S. French Prepared at Hanover High School. P . PAUL W.EooNE,A g . p BALT1MO,RE5st'M,PiQ ,W S l..i A A ' B. S. Chemistry c . lp if . . -f,,l 7fP4pclf,',, Prepared at Toyvsponff .:.l . Club, CZ, BD, French Club, ...' CBD, Soccer, I y p, .pp.Ep,VQ:'E ,AL A "Hen" ,.' , - T,,7,,,,,, ...W , . I li Y 'w i l i rl 1 my il I fi ll 1 vl I I, li CL .i I. l I l ll gl 1 l , ,. W V pi 4 1 w 9 1: 3. I, i v I r A is fs L E I , QI 4, Qi 3 H E, 5, l lx 1 v 5 i ', , l W I I 'l 4 J m G ll .1 l l l i 1 1 1 l i RICHARD M. CHAMBERLAIN, A T S2 B ' HARRISBURG, PA. B. S. Education . Prepared at Harrisburg Technical School, ' Dramatics, CZ, 35, Freshman Football, InterfPraf ternity Council, x HARRY M. BURKHCLDER GREBNCASTLE, PA. B. S. Chemistry D '5Bu'rky" Prepared at Greencastle High School, Glee Club, Cl, 2, BD, Varsity Soccer, CBD, Freshman Track, Chemistry Club. " 4 f F ,ss-Dickss CHARLES W. COBLE,K A P ' NoRTHAMPToN, PA. B. S. Business Administration . "Bill" Prepared at Northampton High School, Junior Prom Committee, Interfflraternity Council, CBO. PAUL E. COOPER, CID- KP C NORTH GLENSIDE, PA. B. s. Biology "Paul" Prepared at West Chester High School and Ambler High School, Soccer, CBJ. HENRY MRCOOPER GLENYILLE, PA. A. B. History "Hen' Prepared at Codorus High School, Rifle Club Cl, 2, 3Dg Historical Associatioh, C2, 30, School marfs Club, , G' R CHESTER W. CCSHUN GETTYSB URG, PAQ B. S. Chemistry H.Cl1CSfC'f,' Prepared at Gettysburg High School, 1931 SPECTRUM Staff, Sophomore Play Committee, Chemistry Club, QD, Student Instructor, CBD. A I JOHN B. DICKSCN, 2 X GETTYSBURQ, PA. A. B. English D Prepared at Gettysburg High School, As' sistant Basketball Manager, Cl, 2, BD, Golf Team, C2Dg Campus Beautiful Club, CD, French Club, 1, 25, Class Secretary, CSD. NURMAN H. DETWEILER SOUDERTON PA. B. S. Civil Engineering A HHNOYWQ Prepared at Souderton High School. 6 Gjohni 1 MARTHA D. DIEHL, I' CID , KINTERSVILLE, PA. B. S. English sgMdTthd, Prepared at Nochamiton High School, Y W. C-. A., CBD, French Club, CBD. Us.. E4 u . s 8 F J k L if ef' 'A tt or r i i 'fi -i .Q 1.9 Ma IW Q 1 5-Qi a ! HK ,,, l ' v 1 S ,a . 'II-fl' Qs if v . ay, 'iz N' f.: .i M515 lf' xl , 'and Harrisburg Academy, Radio Club, Cl, 2, CHARLES A. DoEHNE HARRISBURG, PA. A B. S. Business Administration "Charlie" Prepared at Harrisburg Technical High School BD, VicefPresident, C2Dg President, C3D. ' ' CHARLES A. nous WILLIAMSPORT, MD. B. S. History "Cl1a'rlie' man's Club, C2, SD, French Club, Cl, 2, BD, Historical Association, Cl, 2, BD, Class Soccer, CBD, Varsity Soccer, CBD, Assistant Baseball . Manager, qi, 2, sp. A D i W. , .. 'Q ' RICHARD E. DCUB WILLIAMSPORT, MD. B. S. History A 1 L'Dick" Prepared at iWilliamsport High School, Foot' ball Manager, C4D, Assistant Football Manager, Cl, 2, SD, Historical Association, Cl, 2, 3Dg French Club, C2, BD, Class Soccer, CBD, Varsity Soccer, CSD, Schoolman's Club, C2, 3D. .Prepared at aWilliamsport High School, School' v GECRGE Wi. DRESS, JR., A T S2 HARRISBURG, PA. D . B.-S. Political Science "George, C Prepared at Harrisburg Technical High School French Club, CBL Class Football, Q1, ZD. l r , , ,g S 101-1N,C..ERNEsT,E1JA 9 , v ,'MlFFLINTOWN, PA. , B., S. Econornics U C "johnny" Preparecl at Miiilintown High School, Varsity Track, C2Dg C1355 Football, A , ff . . W V . I 1' JCHN W. EVANS, CPI' A DELTA, PA. 'A gB. S. Civil Engineering "Tater" Q Prepared at Delta High School, 'Class Foot' , ball Manager, CZD. l l S CHARLES FALETTA ROCHESTER, N. Y. V I SB. S. Political Science 4 "Cl1arlie" Prepared at Gettysburg Acadeniyg' French Club, C2, ISD, InterfClass Wrestling, LULA FLORY-, 1' PP IROYERSFQRD, PA. A. B. Latin U Prepared at Royersford High Schoolg. Y. W. C. A., C1,'2, 3jg'French Club, Q1, SJ. S S l EARLE s.ELEMM1NG, T K E TAMAQUA, PA. B. S. Business Administration "Shel" Prepared at Ta1naqua"High Schoolg'1931 SPECTRUM Staff, Cettysbtvrgian, C2, BD, Circulaf tion Manager, CD, Band, Cl, 2, 333 Class Basket' ball Manager, QD. , "Lula" V N .. . I . 1 ' 1 f DOMINIOK FONDO . R R' v.1' ll A HAQPENSSACK, N. J. I B. S.Politica1 Science al . O Prepared High School. p EDWARD s. FREY, fp 2 K YORK, PA. 4 p 5 A. B. English R . ,R "Ed" Prepared at William Penn Senior High School, . Mercury, Cl, 2, 20, ,Sophomore Play, Dramatics, C1, 2,51 P L Nicki 1 EDWARD S. FRESE, SA T S2 BROOKLYN, N. Y. B. S. Business Administration ' "Eddy Prepared at Richmond Hill 'High School Class Football, CD, Class Basketball, CD, As sistant Track Manager, 12, BD, Junior Prom Com mittee, 1931 SPECTRUM Staff, Alpha Psi Ep silon. CHARLES O. FRIES, A T S2 GRBENCASTLB, PA. B. S. Mathematics A "Charlie" i Prepared at Greencastle High School, Class Soccer, CSD, French Club, Q1, 2, BD. MARTHA J. CARRETSON, 1' CD FLORA DALE, PA. A. B. History "Garret" Prepared at Biglerville High School, French Club, Q1, Zjg Historical Association, CSD. CARL W. FUEHRER A CARLISLE, PA. B. S. Civil Engineering ' "Carl" Prepared at Carlisle High School, Class Basketball, fl, 2Dg Class.Football,' Q1, . JCSEPH A. GAUGHAN, a K N POTTSVILLE, PA. B. S. Chemistry' -- "foe" - Prepared at Pottsville High School, 1931 ' Chemistry Club, GD, Deutsche Verein. DAVID E..GOOD, fb A 9 A A EPHRATA, PA. B. S. 'Political Science "Duval Prepared at Ephrata High School, Assistant Business Manager Owl and Nightingale, C 1, 2, 35, Sophomore Play Committee, InterfFraf ternity Council, CBJ, Gettsybwrgicm, Cl, 2, BD, Business Manager, CSD. Pi Lambda Sigma. ' W. HAROLD GULICK, CID' A 9 PBRKASIE, PA. in B. S. Business Administration "Speedy, A ball, QD, Class Soccer, QED, Sophomore Work Committee, Assistant Football Manager, Q1, 2, BD, Gettysbwrgian, Q1, 2, SD, Advertising Manager CBD. SPECTRUM, Assistant Tennis Manager, CU, l Prepared at Perkasie High School, Class Foot' -W, + ,IL .F V k N 5 Q fbi H K if ifx liiflv .rg 'ai in 'B ? w !..,, , f A .f 1 --if ! STANLEY B. GULICK, A T S2 PBRKASIE, PA. B. S. Business Administration L'Sta'n" Prepared at Perkasie High School, Sophomore Work Committee, Freshman Football, Varsity Football, C2, 31 A ANNA BELISF GREENAWAY, I' 112 HANOVER, PA. A. B. Latin ' 'lAnna', 1 Prepared at Hanover High School, Basketball, ll, -2, BD, French Club, C2, BD, Garver Latin Prize, CHonorable Mentionb. ARTHUR S. HAAS, 2 A E READING, PAQA ' B., S. Business Administration A "Lefty" Prepared at Harrisburg Academyg Freshman A ' Basketball, Varsity Baseball, C2, BD, French Club, CZ, 3l- l PATRICK J. HAND, T K E SHENANDOAH, PA. Joi-IN W. HALL, or A ' A SUNBURY, PA. A ' . A ,.,,,.g,f- 4. A ,A ,y 'P raw' 'r ' , 1 gg E F 19 .. . 7 V . ' .- Qi . ,, .,ff-x'- ' ,J ,, 3. . , , A' fs. .,. B. S. Political Science ' A ."fc'rlf' l Prepared at Sunbury High School, Freshman Football, Freshman Basketball, Freshman Base' ball, Class Football, CZD, Varsity Track, CZD, A Freshman Sophomore Dance Committee, Varsity Basketball, Q2, Taj, Varsity Baseball, CSD. V A 1 B. S. Biology "Pat" Prepared at Shenandoah High School, Cir' culation Manager, 1931 SPECTRUM, Beta Beta Beta. JCHN W. ,HARTLE HAGERSTOWN, ,MD. A. B. Political Science "jack" Prepared at Hagerstown High School, French Club, C2, SD, Pi Lambda Sigma. 'm ,Ji DONALD R. HEIGES, qv 2 K BIGLERVILLB, PA. A. B. English A Home Prepared at Biglersville High School, Gettysf bwrgian, Cl, 2, BD, Managing Editor, CZD. Editor' infChief, CD, Associate Editor,'1931 SPECTRUM' Assistant Editor, GfBook, CZD, M. C. A. Cabinet, CZD, Junior Varsity Debating Squad, QD, Class Debate, CD, Philhellenic Society, Blue 7 Crocodiles, Pen and Sword. RCBERT D. HERSHEY, 9 K N QJOIAINTIELLERA A ST. ALBANS,iWV. VA. I A. B. Philosophy A ' B A . i"jolm'.' Prepared at Baltimore "City, College, Glee Club, Cl, 2,'3D, Ministerial Association, Cl, 2, SD. 1 READING, PA. A. B. Philosophy , "Bob" Prepared at Reading High School, Glee Club, Cl, 2, 31, Manager, CZD, Leader, CBD, ,Secretary Y. M. C. A., QD, PreshmanfSophomore Hop Committee, Sages, 520, Ministerial Association, C2, BD, Philhellenic Society. p Y' 1 DONALD L. HCUSER, E A E RUFFSDALE, PA. A. B. Latin P "Don" Prepared at East Huntingdon High School, 1931'SPECTRUM Staff, Class' Football Manager, CU, Y. M. C. A. Cabinet, Q2, BJ, Assistant Baseball Manager, Cl, 2, SD. - MAURICE A., HECKMAN, CID KP EAYETTSVILLE, PA. ,Chemistry "Heck" lt'i Prepared at Chambersburg High School, FreshmanfSophomore Hop Committee, Chemisf try Club, VW, I l A . . - EDMUND K. HELWIG PLEASANT VALLEY, MD. B. S. History "Ed" Prepared at Pleasant Valley High School, Ministerial Association, CZ, BD, Historical As' sociation, Cl, 2, 35, ' s J I , i . 1 a JOHN ROBERT HENKLE, 2 A E i PITTSBURGH, PA. ' B. S. Chemistry ' "fol1'nnyl' if Prepared at David B. Oliver High School, ' Vfarsity Basketball, QBD, Freshman Basketball, 4' CD, Varsity Basketball, QZD, Freshman Baseball, T 4, QD, Class Basketball Manager, CZD, Sophomore ' Play, InterfFraternity Council, QED, Chemistry Club, CSD, Scabbard and Blade, Pen and Sword. if V 1" R a 7 P S" - . x FREDERICK WYIHERMAN, o R N POTTSVILLE, PA. I B. S. Chemistry R 4 V A uF'ritz" 3 Prepared at Pottsville HighSchool, Assistant Track Manager, Ql, Zj, FreshmanfSophomore Hop Committee, Chemistry Club, CBD, Campus -Beautiful Club, C2, BD, Deutsche Verein. J. ERNEST HGWER, fp A 9 MiEEL1NToWN, PA. B. S. Chemistry "Ernie" p IQ1, Prepared at Mifllintown High School, Varsity I Ag -Football, CZ, BD, Freshman Football, CD, , f' .af Chemistry Club, 1 , ,, ,,,,, Y PHILIP H. IHRIG, E A E P NEW KENSINGTON, PA. Prepared at New Kensington High School . v - lo. RioHA11DjAooBs, 9 KN ' ' B' P Q YoRK, PA: S Greelip I 'I V B I "Dick" Prepared at 'York High School, Varsity Debating Squad, Q2, SD, Champion InterfC1ass Debating Team, C2jg'i1Class Honors, Q1, 22, Garver Greek Prize, CD, Varsity 3 Soccer, CBD, Philhellenic Society. 'G I Prepared at Harrisburg Technical High School and John Harris High School. B. S. Business "Phil" GEORGE W. JACOBS HARRISBURG, PA. B. S. Chemistry "fake" l I C. HAROLD JOHNSON, CID Z K WILLIAMSPORT, PA. B. S. Biology, "Hal" Prepared at Williamsport High School, Gettysbtwgian, Cl, 2, IBD, Associate Editor, CBD, Activities Editor, 1931 SPECTRUM, Glee Club, Q2, BD, Band, Cl, 2, BD, Orchestra, Cl, 2, BD, FreshmanfSophomore Hop Committee, Saxof phone Quartet, CZD, Chemistry Club, CBD, French Club, CBD, Deutsche Verein, Beta Beta Beta. s - . . WARREN C. JOHNSON, QKN SCHBNECTADY, N. Y. ' B. S. Philosophy p . in I, w 'avu A' i"""pW'a11CTf' Prepared at Schenectady ,High 'til School and George Washington .llh Univgr5ity.,ft 'f,Sophomore Play, Class Debate, Club, Q2, ap, Ministerial t.' ,A5sf5Ciafion,, 42, 53, French Club, CBD, pyig jf R JOHN T. KEISTFR, JR., D9 K N . WASHINGTON, D. C. A. B. Philosophy 'john' Prepared at McKinley High School and Uni' versity of Maryland, Junior Y. M. C. A. Cabinet, QZJ, Y. M. C. A. Cabinet, CBD, Minis' terial Association, Q2, BD, Deutsche Verein. 1 THOMAS B. KLINE, fr: 2 K PHILADELPHIA, PA. B. S. English "Tommy" bwrgiafn Staff, Cl, 2, 35, Sports Editor, C213 Associate Editor, CBJ, 1931'SPBcTRUM staff, Class Debate, CD, Varsity Debating Squad, C1 2, BD, Secretary Debating Council, C253 Inter, Fraternity Council, C BD, Deutsche .Vereing Tau Kappa Alpha. A RoBERT H. KLINGER, sz X ' A PoTTsToWN, PA. B. S. 'Industrial Engineering "Bob" Prepared at Pottstown High School, Freshf man Football, CD, Freshman Basketball, CD, Varsity Football, -C203 Varsity Basketball, CZJ. i FRANCIS KCCNTZ, T K E BEDFORD, PA. B. S. Biology "Whirey', Prepared at Bedford High School, Freshman Class Football, CD, Varsity Football, C2, SDS ' Class Wrestling Squad, C255 Varsity Wrestling, CSD, Pen and Sword. i l Prepared at Renovo High School, Gettysf CBJ. A A ERVIN J. KoPP, A T sz RED L1oN, PA. A B. S. History "jake" ' Prepared at Red Lion High School, French Club, Cl, 2, 31, Historical Association, Cl, 2, BD, Class Basketball, CZD. HARRY V. KRUG LINEBORO, MD. , . I . GEORGE E. LAMB, E A E A MT. PLEASANT, PA. . B. S. Chemistry A "Jud" Prepared at Mt. Pleasant High School, Stu' dent Council, CD, Freshman Football, CD, Varsity Football Squad, CZ, BQ, Chemistry Club, f A. B. Philosophy A A. pn ,V ,"K'rug'pf' Prepared at Codorus Township School and Spring Grove Highlbfp-,Schoollg '.Mini5steria41 Association, QED. ' 4' D, . MELVIN o. LITTLE , ,V , GETTYSBURG, PA. B.f S. Mathematics I I Prepared at Gettysburg High School. ,ff . A LESTER L. LEITZEL, 2 X SUNBURY, PA, B. S. German V -"Leif Prepared at Sunbury High School, Freshman Football, CD, Varsity Football Squad, Qjg Mercury, CZ, BD, Junior Prom Committee, CQ, InterfFraternity Council, CBD. "Mel" l c ARTHUR W. LAW VXER, IR. Star Club - NORWOOD, PA. A. B. Greek "Art" Prepared in GlenfNor High Schoolg Class Debate, CD, Varsity Debating Squad, Cl, 2, 323 Gettysbwfgian, CU, Assistant Editor GfBook, QZDQ Freshman Latin Prize, Tau Kappa Alpha, Philhellenic Society. j L' A rlgtscifp ,' 'Sfg E- ,:f,'n',I . :ff ' f2jr'B-ls' , -1 ' ' 1 if .-iq sf. L 'F pfa' M Was' - an T 4 itzsi' v Si , 4. - ai- . ,. . K4 . , ,V Lv. 3.5. ,. Q--f -c J! it ,F s gg GEORGE N. LUCAS, CID 2 K Yoiuc, PA. A A. B. English A Wag" Prepared at York High School, Gettysburgian, Cl, 2, 203 AssociateEditor, CSD, 1931 SPECTRUM Staff, CBD, Associate Editor, Mercury, CBDQ Junior Prom Committee, Blue Crocodiles. 1:uw,g+zQt'.,':-- .:. ,". -'fp --'- --, , , gh "..- 5 gg , , .'.i ...rtt' i r"r: .,., E. . 2' f," -, ig -' Sf-43 2 .s ..,, ...,.,.41 ,.,5 .1.?,:.,. V I I :. Z.. , , v 33? 1: ,3 , . A, 3. W -.,, . ..", V5 fv f'14"3 Eiiiiiig.,- i 'f , v 3: M. -1? 333133 393 353, 5E" '5-1' ,' " .. ":'7a..P' , 4331 331 ii' 3 353 - "NB W"4""" 33" ,533 N iw Lyf,-A.. - ,. W f' -'E1."9 " fi ' I -' 4 '26 Ci ' f .- ' 3,55 ,f , . 51 3: ., M 3 ,Q-. ,I I MVS' Vi .- " . Sf.-ni-. 3 " 3 I 1 , 1499? eff C If ,Wg 1 X x fd 5 4 4 f M' f ,f ,M f 4 . , ,ZZ ,, ffffffa iff . , A imfyfa ,.N,,,v4. 2 , an wif". Se- -"W ' ' W f by Y' i ff Jeff , M 1 tff A f Q. 41 gr 244 ,AY 1 gig :.i,. , :.- f ..,,, j ,zE.2fg J Ng E is f1x 3 A ff.. fi E 2' J dj , I fy . , 1 - H:vL:fE,x': - .'v- 1 Q - . 7 Y Q! f- 3 5 '? ffl :iii wa -. f P a. . I -,psp F , 7,35-?lEI'3.1f1" lf ' 4. -'11 4'l."".'4g ' 5 ' A 3 . RICHARD W. LUCAS, G' K N . YORK, PA, B. S. Business 3 I . "DiZ" a Prepared at York High' School, Freshman Basketball, CD5 Assistant Baseball Manager, Cl, Zjg Class Football, Cl, 255' ,Class Basketball, C2jg Varsity Basketball Squad, CBD, French,Club, C2Dg Interfldraternity' Council, junior'Prom Y P joHN P. MANGEs, 2 A E p . HARRISBURG, PA. p . , B. S. Chemistry I "johnny" Prepared at John Harris I-Iigh.Schoo1g Class Football, Cl, Zjgi Assistant Basketball Manager, C3jg Varsity Swimming Team, C3jg Chemistry Club, CZQ. ' ' Committee. . - ' T A ERNEST j. MAY BANGOR, PA. B. S. Engineering "Ernie" Prepared at Bangor High School. ' r RICHARD B. MARTIN, K A P . ' A YORK, PA. A. B. English D - "Dick" Prepared at York High School, Gettysbwrgian, Cl, 2, 31, Alumni Editor, QZD, Associate Editor, CD, Junior Y. -M. C. A. Cabinet, CZD, Senior Y. M. C. A. l,Cabinet, CBD, Band, Cl, 2, BD, Ministerial Association, CU. I A MERRITT J. MCCLOY, 2 A E MT. PLEASANT, PA. B. S. Chemistry ufdlieql Prepared at Mt. Pleasant High School, Freshman Football Squad, Class Baseball, 11133 Varsity Football Squad, Q2, BD, Captainfelect Varsity Football Squad, Varsity Baseball Team, CBD, Manager Class Baseball, CD, Junior Prom Committee, Chemistry Club, C352 P913 and Sword. . CHARLES A. MENTZER Star Club HARRISBURG, PA. B. S. Political Science "Charlie" I Prepared at John Harris High Schoolg Scabf B bard and Blade. CHRISTIAN E. MlLLER FAIRFIELD, PA. B. S. Chemistry -Prepared at Gettysburg High School. LSC E 15 1 Y. JOHN S.iMESSBC,,,i9 A is TRENTON. J. ,. B. S. Chemistry a li is Prepared at Treiaton Basketball Maiaageijgv. ppal C535 Junior .'. A 'r mitteeg Sophomore 'Budget 'f3pCo11imitteeg Chemistry Club, i ' , Vni' . ' . LZPA.. I ll V V 1 . lx g fHENRY.,A.MOLLER, sic N li ' , - In VRED BANK, N. J. B..S. Engineering Prepared at Red Bank High School and burgii Academy, Freshman Football Freshman Track Teamg Varsity.Football Squad, qapg Student Tribunal, . K.. 4, 1 A u - JOHN A. MILLER Star Club ABBoTTsToWN,. PA. B. S. Biology ' "johnny" Prepared at Abbottstown and Everett High Schools, Junior Prom Committee, Beta Beta Beta gt Scabbard and Blade. 6 LHen11 Cettysf Squad, KARL L. MUMFORD, 'IJ KP ELLICOTT CITY, MD. A. B. English "Mumf" Prepared at Ellicott City High School, Gettysbwrgicm, Cl, 2Dg Junior Varsity Debate Squad, QQ, Class Debate, CBD, Varsity Debate Squad, CBD, Y. M. C. A., C355 Ministerial Association, QED, Philhellenic Society. LQUELLA MUSSELMAN, E A CBIGLERVILLE, PA. A B. S. Business Administration , "Mus" Prepared at Biglerville High School, Trans' ferred from Juniata College, Girls' Basketball, Q C354 Y- W- C- A., C31 ,E 4 UGEGRGE M. NEELY ' IFAIRFIELD, PAQ C B. S. History C A ufuniel' C .A Prepared at Gettysburg High School, His' torical Association, C2, 31, Schoolman's Club, l CSD, Pennsylvania State Educational Association, CSD, Pi Lambda Sigma. . ' f f V CHARLES G. CMYERS, CE CKE? E MECHANICSE URG, PA. I B. S. Mathematics ll .", F W f. f p L. ,'9Tiny" Prepared 'ata Mechanicsburg School, Freshman Football I Squad, .Freshman ' Track Team, Varsity. pl Eqotball rg 1 CZD, Varsity Track Squad, 2,1 Campus' Beautiful Club, CBD, Radio Club, gSophomoreS,Pl.ay, Rifle Team, C2, '31, Varsityp,-'Wrestling- Team, CBD, Chemistry Club,l,C31Q.' ', g 'f C FRANCIS A. NILES, 9 K N GNEONTA, N. Y. B. S. History "Curly" Prepared at Hartwick Seminary, Freshman Basketball Team, Historical Association, QD, French-Club, CBD. r l i G. 'KENNETH NEWBOULD, E A E GETTYSBURG, PA. B. S. Business "Ken" Prepared at York.High School, Gettyslnwgiafn, Cl, 2, 32, Managing Editor, CBJ, Varsity Swim' ming Team, CBD, Associate Editor 1931 SPECTRUM Alpha Psi Epsilon, Blue Crocodiles. w 1 ELVIN W. PATTERSON GETTYSBURG, PA. Q B. S. Engineering "Pan" Prepared at Gettysburg High School. '. ,-...ze . Ji' . .L E- ,ga w X ffgif p Jffisgfs ' Y - -ff .,....1, far' 4 F13 wg- in N .LS-man... , 1.9 ,Af fi I l T REUBEN PARKINSON, JR., cr K P A TRENTON, N. I. A. B. Philosophy "Parlay" Q Prepared at Trenton High Schoolg Preshmanf Sophomore Hop Committee, QZJQ Ministerial A Association, CBD. ' GLENN D. PATTERSON 'Star'Club, ' LITTL1iSTOWN,lPA. A A. B. Latin y "Pai Prepared at Littlestoyvn High Schoolg Band Ql,2,3D. ' A R R l 1 HERBERT M. PAYNE, o K N CATONSVILLE, MD. A. B. History p 'iHerb" T Prepared at Catonsville High Schoolg 1931 SPECTRUM Staff, CBD, Owl and Nightingale Club, Q1, 2, 355 Varsity Soccer Team, CBDQ Ministerial A Association, fl, 2, BD, Historical Association, C31 ' A RoBERT M. PHAT JOHNSTOWN, PA. - bwgian, CSD, French Club, CBD. . KATHRYN A. PITTENGER YORK SPRINGS, PA. A. B. Latin . , "Kay" Prepared at Everett High School, Sophomore Play, Y. W. C. A., QBD, French Club, Q1, 2, BD. WILLIAM G. POLINSKY , GRWIGSBURG, PA. B. S. Political Science 'Polinsky' Prepared at Orwigsburg High School, Fresh man Class Baseball, Varsity Football Squad CZD, Varsity Wrestliiig Squad, QED, French Club CBD. ' A. B. English ' . "Bob" Prepared at Johnstown High School, Gettysf HERBERT G. RAAB JOHNSTOWN, PA. B. S. Political Science - l . Prepared at Johnstown High School. EDGAR REIGLE, 2 A E I ARENDTSVILLB, PA. ' A. B. History H Prepared at Arendtsville High School, Glee Club, Cl, Bjg French Club, Cl, 25, Assistant p Track Manager, CED. 'gHerb', A , 1 L JoHNE. REBSE, o K Nl x . V .TAMAQuA, PA. B. S. .Civil Engineering' ' "jack" Prepared at Tamaqua High School, Freshman Football, Freshman Track Squad, Class Foote ball, QD, Class Basketball, 2Dg'Varsity Track Team, C2, BD, Rifle Club,7C25 353 Gettyslmrgiain, 425. A 4 F A r , LGEd11 Q WILLIAM-K. ROSS, fp 2 R i HARRISBURG, PA. y A. B..-Political Science ' . , V 'Bill' Prepared at Harrisburg Technical High School- A Class Football, t CD, t Mercury, CZ, 31, 1931 A SPECTRUM Staff, CBD, Assistant Debate Manager, , A fl, 2, BD, DeutscheVereing .Scabbard and Blade. 4, g o ALBERT ROWLES BALTIMORB, MD. A. B.'English ' 'P ' ' P 1 "Reds" Prepared at Baltimore City College and Uni' A versity of Maryland.Layv g School, Band, P Cl, Z, BD, Gamma Eta 'Gammag' Ministerial Association, CBD- c fy n - RQBERT G. sEAKs, K A P 5 n HARRISBURG, PA. A. B. Political Science 'LBOF' 4 1 Prepared at' Gettysburg High School, Fresh' A man Tennis Manager, Gettysbtwgian, QQ, Pi Lambda Sigma. an 1 3 fs, v S 5, Wm 1 s' '54 1 , 5 . 1 . x 2.3. 'W' ug, 1 S' lil of .e Y ,. ...Q I-15" if l - if --w Deutsche Verein, Scabbard and Blade. , V JOSEPH W. SEYFERT, CID K P , ' READING, PA. A A. B. Political ,Science Toe" Prepared at Gettysburg Academy, Glee Club, QCD, Class Debate, QD, Varsity Debating Squad, Y Q2, Pal, Class Treasurer, CBD, Ministerial Asf sociation, GD, Pi Lambda Sigma. l . g ROYA s. SHULTZ CONNBLLSVILLB, PA. A. B. Philosophy "Roy" Prepared at Gettysburg Academy, Ministerial Association, C2, 32, Y. C. A. Cabinet, CBD. ' DONALD E. SMALL y ' GREENCASTLE, PA. B. S. Chemistry GEDOWM Prepared at Greencastle High School, Glee Club, C2, BD, Band, CPD, Freshman Track Squad, , Rifle Team, CZ, 31, Rifle Club Treasurer, CBD, Junior Prom Committee, Chemistry Club, QD, 31 i l R. EUGENE SMITH JOHNSTOWN, PA. 9 Q B. S. Philosophy "Smitty" Prepared at Johnstown High School, Y. M. C. A. Cabinet, CZ, SJ, Ministerial Association. Cl, 2, 31, I FORREST F. SMITH, Jn., T K E ALTOONA, PA. B. S. Chemistry "Smitty" Prepared at Altoona High School, Chemistry Club, C315 Gettysburgian, C2, Bjg Assistant Ad, vertising Manager of GfBook, C2jg Inter'Fraf ternity Council, CBJ, Band, C1, 2, 30. l MARGARET E. SMITH, B A A. B. French upfgl Prepared at York High School: French Club, Cl, 2, 32, Secretary, CD, Glec Club, Cl. 2, 533 Basketball, C1, 2, 31, Cwl and Nightingale, C2, 35, SecretaryTreasurer. C?-D. ALICE MAY SNYDER Q K . GETTYSBURG, PA. K ' t A B Latin Alice 'f' Prepared at Gettysburg High School, Glee Club, fl, 2, BD, French Club, Q L 1 'R R ' LUTHER H. sNYDER,.f1J EZKA WASHINGTON, D. C. ' - A. B. Biology ' . VA A iq, V A "Luke" Prepared at Johnstown Central HighSchoolg Gettysbwrgia'n,if1, 2, 35, Ygl C. Senior '? 'ez A Cabinet, C253 President, C3I,.,iDramatics,t.11,21 yfy CWI and Nightingale, CBD, Cratorical. Contest, ,p .h,: ,ig a. .W 5, ui V ' ' ' A ' Q 1 8 l , f G ' . i ' ,. . K' 5 if . , el' , ,, ., I y V 5 ,Q .H . Ji" l L.-'.' . if Q f 'Rl z , 1 L 5 :.:- 'Q 1 12-l 2 ' 5 MARY JANE SNYDER, R A i A A GETTYSBURG, PA. Y A. B. Mathematics , A "Mary jane' - Prepared at Gettysburg High School, Girls' ' Editor 1931 SPECTRUM, Basketball, C1J,,Sophof more Play, French Club, Cl, 2, BD, Y. W. C. A. Cl, 2, 31, Owl and Nightingale, C355 Class Tennis, QD, Baum Mathematical Prize, 2nd place' Tribunal, CZDQ Class Honors, Cl, ZH. 9 9 3' A 9 'igdrgh v. 'l ROY W. SORENSON, 9 K N ' BROOKLYN, N. Y. B. I Biology , ,Preparedl at Gettysburg Academyg Campus Beautiful Club, Cljg Treasurer, C2, Bjg marfs Club, C2, 35, P. S. E. A., CSD, Deutsche Vereing Beta Beta Beta. PAUL R. .SNYDER LITTLESTOWN, PA. B. S. Biology ' "Paul" Prepared at Littlestown High School, Band, qi, 2, sp. "Red" School' JOHN W. SOWERS FAYETTEVILLE, PA. B. S. Chemistry "johnny Prepared at Chambersburg High Scbool Chemistry Club, CBD. 5 - EDWARD W. STARE, fp 2 K Yomc, PA. B. S. Chemistry "Eddie 5 Prepared at North York High School, Gettysf bufgian, Cl, 2, 32, Associate Editor, C3D, Editor' infChief 1931 SPECTRUM, Freshman Track Squad Rifle Club, Cl, 31, VicefPresident, CZQ, Frosh Soph Hop Committee, Clj, Varsity Rifle Team Cl, ZD, Captain, C 35, Student Council, C31 Mumma Rifle Trophy, CZJ, Chemistry Club, C3j, Deutsche Verein, Blue Crocodiles, Pen and Sword, Kappa Phi Kappa, Scabbard and 3 9 . 9 I Blade. l V MILLARD H. STILES, CIP E K Yomc, PA. A. B. Philosophy "Mill" Prepared at York Collegiate Institute, Class Basketball, Cl, 22, Class Debate, C3D, Junior Varsity Debating Squad, C3l, Ministerial As' sociation, Cl, 2, 35. P 3 ' i r l CHARLES R. STARK, III Star Club WASHINGTON, D. C. B. S. Biology Hswrlilen Prepared at Washington Central High Schools Editor Biology Seminar Magazine? Winner Scabbard and Blade Basic Prize, C255 Glee Clklb, A Cl, 2, 32. 1 fsistant .Football Manager, CD, Class Track - ' 4 -rf , ' K . ' . JOHN W. STARK., -:Iv A o ' I r CUMBERLAND, MD. l B. S. Chemistry "Starkey Prepared at Cumberland High School Chemistry Club, BWILLIAMMB. srooic, an 2 K . 2. a,A. 4 -pYORK,'PA. p pB.fS.,j'Business,ii p, 4 . I 'GBHV' 'x Prepared- fatf Mercersburg. Academy, As' Team.'Manager,.lC1jg Tennis Team, I 1, 21, Stu, dent Council, ICZ, SD, VicefPresident, QD, Class Basketball, 1525 gl 'Assistant Business Manager GfBQoVk,fC2Q3iVTrib'unal,PC523 Y. M. C. A. Senior Cabinet, Q2, 32, Treasurer, lC3jg Business Manager 1931 rSPBCTRUM. P P . 1 I .,' ' L., -WY..h ..,Y1...,.nYY.Y..s..,.,... J... u..,...4 . N DCNALD B. STONER T K E V GETTYSBURG, PA. . B. S. Business "Don' Prepared at Gettysburg High School. l . 1 Fir 6 ?, v .ip dw 'v lk 7 X1 . 1: I., N' 'w 9 t' I I B Q. o.l 5 'I ' 1 ' 9 1 W '.m i IL- c' 1 V! ,f 3,51 L. A ll K 'xi K4 T 2 Qgl .AIT sg. fri K : I fi I 1'-'35 'Sf' 5 5315 .4 ' ,145 " ,EP- . ' if ., i,":, 3 xlflr . fl. V, ,kim ,, ,f. fQf, fqifg ,iw 'i inf! . i. vp' WILLIAM E. STYER, 'CID I' A ' NonR1sToWN, PA. B. S. Electrical Engineering BJP ' Prepared at N orristown High School, Fresh' 'A man Football, InterfFraternity Council, C313 WILLIAM E. SULLIVAN Star Club HANOVER, PA. B. S. Philosophy "Irish" Prepared at Hanover High School, French Club, C1,2D. .--al .. ... - .----1 THCMAS H. SWARTZ, 2 A E MT. PLEASANT, PA. B. S. Chemistry "Tucker" Prepared at Mt. Pleasant High School, Fresh' man Football, Freshman Track, Varsity .Track, CZD, Sophomore Play, Chemistry Club, CBD. H , , V. . ,L 1 A A i.CARL. C.. SLAYBAUGH ' ' I L "GETTYSBURG, PA. B. s.iohemistfy ' V' Preparedlatfi Gettysburg High School, School' man's Club, CSD, Chemistry Club, CSD. WILLIAM L. SWEENEY Star Club 1 WRIGHTSVHLE, PA, B. S. Business ."BilP Prepared at Wrightsville High School, Clee Club, Cl, 2, 31, Orchestra, CD, French Club, fl, 25, Radio Club, Q1, 21. I Slslayw VIGGO SWENSEN, fb E K OZONE PARK, N. Y. A. B. Philosophy "Zwanzig" Prepared at Gettysburg Academy, Class Pres' ident, QD, Junior Varsity Debating Squad, U33 Winiler Oratorical Contest, C2jg Champion Class Debate, CD, Varsity Debating Squad, ll Bla Y. M. C. A. Cabinet, CI, 31g Gettysburgian, CZ, BD, Advertising Manager 1931 SPECTRUM, Sages, CBD, Tau Kappa Alpha, Scabbard and Blade. DCROTHY R. TAUGHINBAUGH, B A GETTYSBURG, PA. B. S. Mathematics Prepared at Gettysburg High School, Glee Club, fl, 2, 35, Y. W. C. A., Cl, 2, SD, French oiub, f1,2, sp, Tribunal, 525. 1 ,A ., . RALPH M. TIDD, K AP CLARK, PA. B. S. Biology "Ralph" Prepared at Sharon High School, Class Basketball, Cl, 22, Beta Beta Beta. SGDOt19 LAWRENCE K. THOMPSON, JR. VANDERGRIFT, PA. B. S. History "Mui Prepared at Vandergrift High School, His torical Association, Cl, 2, BD, P. S. E. A., ray Kappa Phi Kappa. Honors, Cl, 2j. ' ' 1 JAMPS 1. TosoANo HACKENSACK, N. 1. 1 B. S. Political Science "jim" Prepared at Hackensack High School. F ,DOROTHY B...TRUcKELL, 11 .CID F S HAHRISBURG, PA. Blvlathematics, I "Dot" Q,- Prepared at John Harris High Schoolg Basket' ball, Cllgillifle Club, C2lg French Club, CBL Class . A. . A. MERVIN TYSCN, A T S2 RBD L1oN, PA. A. B. Latin sLATClliC,, Prepared at Red Lion High Schoolg Orchestra. fllg Muhlenberg Freshman Prize, Father and Son Day Committee, 1931 SPECTRUM Stall, Class Honors, C 1, 21, French Club, Cl, 2, 313 p President, CBD, Philhellenic Society, Kappa Phi Kappa. nur-r .f ....... -...za il fi 1a S 5 3 ri '1 X- 52 9 31. 5 .fy -,. -H A i G fn? ? 1 s e .D 4, In U 1 . F as fa-4, YQ ' , 1. PU ga. rn D15 CD .Q III. O 99 li ,rn D 54? 03. '-1 33 v-I U1 Q on D-4. C 5 av UQ ca "U P' mi Q.. E- QL 3 . EDWARD B. UTZ, z A E Prepared at Gettysburg High School, Fresh' man Basketball, Varsity Basketball, C2, 35, Varsity Baseball, Q2, BD. ANNA M. WEIKERT, B A LITTLESTOWN, PA. A. B. Mathematics "Anne" Prepared at Littlestown High School, Basket' ball, IZD, French Club, 121, Sophomore Play, Y. W. c. A., np. v JESSIE K. VOORHEES, 1' CID GBTTYSBURG, PA. A. B. Latin "Jessie" Prepared at Gettysburg High School, Glee Club, C 1, 2, BJ, Quartet, CBD, French Club, fl, 21, Basketball, CD, Honorable .Mention Garver Latin Prize, Class Honors, Cl, 21. l I Y JOSEPH R. WERT, C11 2 R CARLISLE, PA. FRANK M. WEAVER, fb KW A YORK, PA. B. S. Biology "Tabby" Prepared at York High School, President Class, CZDQ Owl and Nightingale Club, Chairman Junior Prom Committee. C315 Beta. Beta Beta, Scabbard and Blade. -W V B. S. Business i "foe" Prepared at Carlisle High School, Class Foot' ball, Cl, 253 Class Basketball, C25Q Sophomore Work Committee, Band, Cl, 2, 20, Alpha Psi Epsilon. F., .. JOSEPH B. WIBLE GETTYSBURG, PA. B. S. German "foe" Prepared at Gettysburg High School: Deutsche Verein. a JOSEPH M.'WILSON, T K E ' A ALTOONA, PA. B. S. Chemistry - A ssjoeqq Prepared at Altoona' High School, Freshman Basketball, Class Football, CD3 Class Baseball, C2jg Tribunal, CZ, 31. p l -rf, A RAYMOND L. WISLER GETTYSHURG, PA. B. S. ucgiqqqiyn Prepared at Gettysburg High School, Varsity Track, C2, 35. J. LoU1s Worr, e K N N Br.ooMsBU1zo,' PA. A. B. English s ' ' ' "Lapis" Prepared at Gettysburg Academy, Class Treasurer, Cl, 2Qg President, CBJ, Glee Club, C2, SD, Gettysbwrgian, Cl, 2, BQ, Associate Editor, C353 1931 SPECTRUM Staff, Assistant Stage Manager Owl and Nightingale Club, Stage Manager Sophomore Play, Freshman Tennis Teamg Chairman Sophomore Work Committee, Blue Crocodiles, Kappa Phi Kappa. 3 4 A HARRY YCUNC S S C S. qq"' BALTIMORE, MD. S..dPhilosophy ' it 1 A B L "Ha'r1y"i Prepared at Baltimore Polytechnic Institute, Y. C.iA.,Cabinet, CZD. A A 5. S , , B HELEN E. WCRMELL, B A HARRISBURG, PA. English C A "Helen' Prepared at Steelton High School, Glee Club C2, BD, Basketball, Clbg French Club, Cl, 2, BD Y. W. C.lA.', Cl, 2, BD, Class Honors, Cl, zp r WILLIAM 1-1. ZECH, as 2 K Yoruc, PA. p B. S. Business "Bill' Prepared at York High School, Glee Club, Cl, 2, Bjg Manager, CBD, Owl and Nightingale, C2, SD, Class Football, Cl, 2Dg Class Baseball, C 1, 2Dg Chairman Sophomore Play Committee. 1 l l 1 X IRA F. ZEIGLER, fb A 9 CARLISLE, PA. B. S. Business "Im" Prepared at Carlisle High School, Freshman Tennis, Varsity Tennis, CZ, 31, Gettysburgicm, C15 ELSIE V. ZEPP GBT'rYsBURG, PA. A. B. English "El-Sie' Prepared at Gettysburg High School, Y. W C. A., CBD. EX MEMBERS Anderson, Minnie E. Aungst, Ira Wenrich Barranti, Joseph Carl . Beahn, Bruce Hill Beal, James Millard Benner, Frederich Berry, E. Wynn Beuchler, Stanley Charles Brady, John Joseph Buohl, Chauncey R. Cassel, John Philip Charleton, Foster A. Debus, Norman Elmar Dentici, Joseph E. Dull, Clare Edward Eberhart, Christine L. Edwards, Robert W. Eisenberg, Harry Evans, Clarence L. Fichtner, Albon Russel Fink, Paul LeRoy Giemont, Joseph Paul Glaser, Aaron Goodman, Albert Graff, Grier Stewart Greenfield, Harry C. Griner, John A. Harr, Elizabeth M. Heck, William Philemon Heckman, Kenneth C. Hershey, J. Richard Hyde, Donald Huey Keeny, Charles L. Ketterer, William A. Kline, George Edward Kocher Earle LeRoy Kost, James Robert Kunkle, George Walter --Q1 110 Ia-- or 'ai Laney, Robert Niel Lau, Leonard LeRoy Lebo, Arland Arthur Levine, Nathan Lucas, Joseph Edward Magyar, John Malone, Franklin G. Maxheimer, Daniel F. McCance, Clyde Walter McCullough, Charles D. Mershon, Harry Ross Millichap, Robert D. Mueller, Howard Herbert Musser, James K. L. Myers, Glenn Clio Nyce, Benjamin F. Reaser, Esther Viola Ritter, john Meredith Rockey, Theodore F. Rouzer, LeRoy C. Rugh, Chauncey W. Sadler, Margaretta Schaefer, Frederich P. Schrock, Clark Tennyson Schwartz, john Lathan Schwartz, Margaret L. Shoemaker, James Harris Sibley, Richard T. Smith, Florence Mae Spaecht, Edward H. Stevens, James E. K. Taylor, Vivian M. Tholan, Samuel Paul Tibbs, John Stuttaford Tomlinson, W. N. Ubil, Harry Cady Varner, Charles Bernard Williamson, John G. Wolf, Lloyd Warren Zin emuriam Le Roy Bryan Weary --:gl 111 IC-- N 335: Q1 , ' r .,, 5. .,. A 1' P1 1 MfS'i:'. 1. " K R' Ai, -x 'A 1 - 5 N2 L. .1 ff X, if . , x U, F.,- y, A: Sf: P, V . Q-,e 3. i, 3. , r,v. LV i ,: I fn' s my Va., rg 1 5 L, K ,ii ,. 1 ,, 1 , rn., .ygs .1, 9. y ,, .N ,v 'w 1 2 .id fi 'V x S 'is ,Y 1 .,v 3 w .Mg l -'vi mi , Qi, .15 1, A 51 ,,..- Q! 5 , N41 I1 JW Q, fi. , i if ' ai K. v.'.,f. . X , ,V F . 1 - ll i A "Q ' 1 A 3 w g. r 1 1 - X ml -my : ,W QS, 12: ' W- f. I , N -1 I I 1:- ' HX 6.11 5 1' .1 eff' V ,1 ' fu V1 ,E 74, rE"'f:' fm ff' E iff I Llgxi,-R25 4 1 Q ,A ' , C i f, 5 ES? We T414 A ,X .. nv, .3 Eli 1 E9 X fb- J gg, i .' K. 51215 E9 f X. 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I , Iv .51 sl-S-jf ' 1 . 33:1 IQ f J 21:4 'I wil ss I I. -aff ' -In I. 1 'I .png 'II gm qv .I I: I -,I. aiwkfif Hs. j'I'I I5 fl I ,I Ii II .1 ll . ,-4 .n 1 ,,V -y I I, 1 It K A.. II .I III -5 5 4 I I .4 ,LA 5511 W . . Ig I ' 3 I 3 .. ,VI Q., QI . :I 'I 1 f vi .I .I . SOPHQMQRE CLASS HISTGRY F ALL the world's a stage, surely college life is an ever' changing act in a play that goes on interminably. To the one who plays his part there is advancement, a bigger lead, a premier role. It is for the players to decide whether it shall be a Measure for Measure, A Tempest, or A Comedy of Errors. As amateurs we stepped into the limelight of criticism that came from three more experienced companies. How we have acquitted ourselves thus far is evident. Of course we have had to be prompted at times, for which we feel deeply indebted to our superiors. From the beginning we have attempted to present a play that is neither comedy, tragedy, nor farce, but a blending of the three that results in achievement. Conscious that even a Shakespeare could not sustain interest in a serious setting for any length of time we have, following his example, main' tained a lighter strain throughout. Now we have rung down the curtain on the second scene and are awaiting with expectancy the beginning of the third. Time passes. Soon we will be relegated to the shades of those who have gone before. In the years that remain let us strive for perfection so that, finally, when we have made our exit, we will live, not in memory but in achievement. . THoMAs W. METZGER, Historian. --Q1 11411142-' i'wli,TiQ OW CLATANOUT CLA!! OUICQQI JS' Wil ' WILLIAM M HOD N V 'NLE-QQFJBQESYT XXXXY IINW' f Ili Qsf- ,. - "U . CONQI-ND G. A DETQU . PQQJIDQNT IELEETARY 95 firm 55' 4 V W Tl-IOMAI W. METZGED JOfE5QAF3gliQLCu - IJIITOQIAN .011 115 In-- ii .T I "."fS! 4 '-1-' 1" . :I 5,1 5 Q ' , 'Ei Vi .U . Q4 ,:l' l Vikki U17 , f7fffypffff , , Z 4 QM fz,wffQ " ff fz'p f,,i . , f Q ,fi 'Af f f'Pf' 'vC'ff 71" 17: 'Qfyfiffff?iHf, 22 ,f4,fgf,,f11 i,f ' ,,f,f , , f'f'fV " ' X Myyjlfyf- X , ,, , ,,,,,, if ,Aj ,Qwlgwfyhz ,,,,, ., , I WA f, f , 4,,,jUf7,j,5, 'V ! I .. ,M W., -i ff y Flr :I .:VAA Vfv' I' , A 't , K K L- . X 19. K x L X A ' 1f1 v my ,V,, 4 ,ff.., 1 X ,,, ,, , ' " ' "" " ' v y. b , - f X A-XX . ff A Q ,- ,.. QXQx.x.. 1 --+ f ff'--- .X,x.N i QW Q X K QP. 1-rf, A SCPHCMCRE Altobello, H. D. .......... Meriden, Conn. Amos, Marjorie M.. .Moorefield, W. Va. Anderson, E. C... Anderson, L. J.. . . Appler, C. R.. .. Awdziewicz, J. J.. Bachman, F.. L.. . . Baker, T. H. .... . Bamberger, R. F.. Barclay, H. T.. . . Barnitz, W. J.. .. Beamesderfer, J. W.. . . Bear, C. H. ..... . Beard, E. R.. . . . Bentz, C. A.. . . . ..Nashua, N. H. . Brooklyn, N. Y. . . . .Hanover, Pa. . .Meriden, Conn. . .... Harrisburg, Pa. .Abbotstown, Pa. .Wilmington, Del. . . .Johnstown, Pa. . . Harrisburg, Pa . Schaefferstown, Pa . ........ York, Pa ......Harrisburg, Pa ............York, Pa Bergstresser, Helen G. ...... Hanover, Pa Berkheimer, G. H. ...... Abbottstown, Pa Biesecker, Janet ..... .... C rrtanna, Pa Bigham, J. C. ............ Gettysburg, Pa Bigham, Margaret H. .... Gettysburg, Pa Birk, R. W. ............ Johnstown, Pa Bitler, L. L. .......... Hagerstown, Md Bitner, W. E. ........ Shiremanstown, Pa Black, J. W.. . . . Boughter, F. V.. . . Boyer, M. W... . Bream, K. D. .... . Breisacher, C. F.. Bricker, J. S. ..... . Briggs, E. F.. . . Bristol, J. E. .... . Britcher, J. C.. . . Bucher, R. M.. . . Carl, R. E. .......... . Clatanoff, W. G. W. ....... . Colio, L. G. ......... . Cope, Roland .... . .Gettysburg, Pa . . .Pine Grove, Pa . .Meyersdale, Pa . ..... Gettysburg, Pa . . . . .Altoona, Pa . .Taneytown, Md. . . . .Brookline, Pa . .Ger1nantown, Pa . .Gettysburg, Pa Chambersburg, Pa . . . . .Hanover, Pa . .Red Bank, N. J. Leetonia, C. Easton, Md. CLASS RCLL Craig, H. M.. . .. Cunningham, W. R.. . . Deardorff, K. H.. . Devon, L. E.. . . . Diehl, D. B.. . . . Ebbert, W. W.. . Emig, M. B.. . .. Eyster, A. R.. . . . Fink, E. R.. . . Fisher, E. M.. . . Fonken, G. W.. . Forry, Priscilla H Gaiser, H. W.. . Gelbach, G. K... Gordon, A. M.. Gulick, S. B.. .. Gurley, C. C.. . . Hamsher, W. D.. Hardy, B. A. J... . .. Heck, Kathryn E.. . . . Helfferich, C. L. Herman, R. L. ..... . Hershey, Sara B. Hill, 1. R. .... . Himes, N. H.. . . Hines, Adrienne. Hinkel, C. L.. . . Hollinger, J. C.. . Horn, W. Houghton, I. L.. Jacobs, W. L.. . . Johnson, E. G.. . . Kapp, L. P... .. Karns, W. C... Kleinfelter, J. H.. . . . Koons, J. F.. . . . Korte, F.. E.. . . ..::I 117 11:- . . .Conemaugh, Pa. . . . .Somerset, Pa. . . . .Cashtown, Pa. . . . . .Moylan, Pa. ........York, Pa. . . .Greencastle, Pa. . . . East Berlin, Pa. . Emmitsburg, Md. ........York, Pa. . . . . . Bedford, Pa. , Chevy Chase, Md. ga. . ,. af. lr ZH i . 4 . .A f th. , v 1 , ., V sf . Y: pf' i +,. J an P' '.- 6 . Y i as l A .aa w-.9 . g' F. ff . gum R g gf' X, - 4 1. 'f -- ,--ii fi ,v. , 4.45 1. 1, w. ,I . H.. T, ' .lil A, fs fl - I ., 5'-1. '.? fi-fi: ' A . Y s ' w . L ,- s , Ii. W. - l M - ,ffm . .,. X in. -...,, .iff .fy m., .af :43 i Q. ii if li is v ' I f i 1 1. 'e .1 i 1 ii .Spring Grove, Pa. 3, it .Worthington, Pa. H .Hagersto'wn, Md. 35. . i . . .Gettysburg, Pa ix . . . . . Perkasie, Pa . . .... Cumberland, Md Mechanicsburg, Pa .....Hollis, N. Y . . .Gettysburg, Pa . . . . .Latrobe, Pa . . . .Pottsville, Pa . . . .Marietta, Pa . . . .Altoona, Pa . . .Gettysburg, Pa . . . Baltimore, Md . . . .Hershey, Pa .....York,Pa . . .Ithaca, N. Y . . .Clark, Pa ......York, Pa . . . . . .Altoona, Pa . . .Glen Rock, Pa . . . . Everett, Pa . . . .Palmyrag Pa . . . .Harrisburg, Pa . . Faston, Md. E. --.: I-Waits fftrzfjff is 2 Q? . 1 3, Q' f .3 r - lg gag? ., Z- 9 5 1 ' 'F' . 1 if -- . 9 Q .. if ff 37- - . ig 5.124 364-e' 3. Fy- as ,n , ,j 2-1-JE. WHY!- ..i ,gi-Y 2. ilfk ,M . .. filsf ' ' film. " ' - .5 fail gzfigf A 'ani' ...J ,Q f'g,3.?W qi 'Sag 4' 1 - il 5 . .E ,ig V- ga H, 1 Wa . , if Q-J . l . ap. ,. -' 'AJ ,Yr Z1 its :FJ . kg. f '11 . sg :Sl ' ' 8 41 4 V4 . ' .P H '4 an V. ,' gf-5,5 Q, V, f ii - Ir, is 'xv . ., 4 ' Va li-nw s Q., v. fi ig ff if .i.. ' r .y... 1 il1j'y in 1' Sh 'Q ax. LW' ilrw, lr: . ,. ,Wm Z 9. li lf i l li l fi J l l ll Q2 ,. I 1 'S ,l il 's ie el 1 l i Q3 vi? if is ii li 14' xi if li lf gs Zi E. ,. . xi in li gl 5 is ii Sa fi if .5 ii Krout, I. D. . Krug, D. F.. .. ...- Audubon, N. J. . . . .Hanover, Pa . . .Malvern, Pa Lapp, W. H. ...... . . ' M Laskowski, W. Lease, W. L.. . . . Livingood, J. W Long, D. W. ....... . . . Loveland, A. G. . Maberry, C. A. . Marks, Spence. McCarl, L. E.. . . .- .. . . . . . .Mechanicsburg, . . . Schuylkill Haven, . . .Nanticoke, Pa . . ..... Reading, Pa . . . .... Birdsboro, Pa .Waynesboro, Pa .........Scranton, Pa. . . . . .Wiconisco, Pa. Pa. Pa. McCarney, Evelyn R. .... Waynesboro, Pa. McGinley, R. C. Mcllhenny, H. C Meckley, R. W.. . Mergard, F. W. Metzger, T. W.. Mickley, W. B. B Miller, H. A.. . . Moyer, C. H.. . . L. .... . . . . . Moyer, S. H.. . . . Mueller, H. H. . . . . . . . . . .Waynesboro, Pa. . ...... Gettysburg, Pa. ..........Altoona,Pa. .Philadelphia, Pa. Pleasant Gap, Pa. . . . . . . .Gettysburg, Pa. . . . .Glen Rock, Pa. . . . .Harrisburg, Pa. . .Souderton, Pa. . . .Cordova, Md. Nace, M. R. ........ McConnellsburg, Pa. Nicholas, G. L. Null, F. W.. . .. f . Orner, O. B. .... . Paden, M. B.. . . Pagani, Durando. Panebaker, L. L Peters, C. G. A.. Philson, S. R.. . Pitzer, G. L.. . . . ..Pottsville, Pa. Taneytown, Md. . . . . . . .Gettysburg, Pa. . ...New Cumberland, Pa. Q. Q-. .New York, N. Y. . . . .Hanover, Pa. . ...... Reading, Pa. . . . . . . .Meyersdale, Pa. . . . . . .Chambersburg, Pa. Post, Beverly ...... Newfoundland, N. J. Raffensperger, H. P.. .Sparrows Point, Md. Reed, C. V. ................ Crowl, Pa. Rhein, W. L .... . .... Harrisburg, Pa. Rife, Sara E... .. .......... Orrtanna, Pa. Ritterpusch, H. H. ...... Baltimore, Md, Rivenburgh, A. Santaniello, M. Schantz, E. H.. . Schantz, Joseph. Schildknecht, C. Schlichter, L. W. Seely, R. S.. .. Seltzer, R. T.. . . Sheads, M. J.. . . Shively, R. D.. . R. ...... Carbondale, Pa E. ........ Scranton, P3 f 0 Shrawder, J. M. ..... . Silcox, H. L.. .. Smith, H. S... Smith, Ianthe G. ..... . Smith, W. C.. . . Staley, L. S.. . . . Stauffer, W. G.. Strausbaugh, L. C. . Strawbridge, D. supiee, C. L... . Swank, P. A .... Taylor, R. D.. . . Tipton, Mardelle Tobias, Toombs, R. E.. . . Trostel, H. W.. Vulgaris, George B . 0 Lyla . . . . .Gettysburg,Pa . . .Gettysburg P3 . . . Frederick, Md Chambersburg, P3 .......Berwick, Pa . . . .Tremont, Pa . . .Gettysburg, Pa Chambersburg, Pa . .Morristown, Pa. .Connellsville, Pa. .McKeesport, Pa. . .Gettysburg, Pa. .Taneytown, Md. Conshohocken, Pa. . . . .Spring Grove, Pa. .......York,Pa ......York, Pa. . . . .Malvern, Pa. . . . . . Tamqua, Pa. . . . . . .Gettysburg, Pa. . .Gettysburg, Pa- . . .Clearfield, Pa. . . . . Meriden, Conn. . . . . . . .Idaville, Pa. . . . . .Catonsville, Md. Wagner, L. F. .... ...... P almyra, Pa. Wagner, C. S.. . Walker, H. C... Weaver, J. N.. . . Weikert, W. L.. .. .. Witters, R. Wood, W. H.. . . .. - -.. ..- .Strausstown, Pa. . Baltimore, Md- . .Harrisburg, Pa. .Gettysburg Pa- . . . .Lebanon, P21- . .Glen Rock, PH- Yeagy, A. E. M. ...... New Oxford, P21- Young, E. W. .......... Hagerstown, Md' Zelch, J. M. .... .... K ew Gardens, N. Y. --al 118 Is-- X i t Q P 1 I ! ,U 'i t I ! I I Q: 4 12 9 If 1 Q K Q 1 I Q 'f 1 li 1 J' -I BEARING z 1, '1 the weight of customs J and bewilderment, yet ' working well and laughf ing at their woes 1 Qi f v 4 FD ESHMEN Q .f JL ,N M ,. ik li , q r ,. X ? 2 F ,V 4 Fi 4 ? 'N I! , S 1 l 'I 0 N ,,: ' ,E '11 .i '1 LEl x N if '. K l f 1 If 1 , N , I My vp 1 X ,u C I X . in X Y, I , 7 , M .A I xl' X, x AQ. f l V, H X. ,Xxx l R K 1 1 i l 1 jx 1,1 ., .E 1, ll f 1Xl fl,-3 k f , l fp lx i l ll Q 'x 3 X ' 4 X. Q 'fs 1 i K K x-.I f X l I I K . w 1 X - I .ff x , . 'u l K.. l if 1 14 ,x ,l i 1 1?-e FRESHMAN GLASS HISTORY ETTYSBURG COLLEGE has taken into its halls another Freshman Glass, and will, in 1933, cast that class, much smaller and Wiser, out into the World to take its place in that neverfending procession we call life. We, the Glass of 1933, found considerable joy in the pushfball contest and in class inspections, but came to grief in tugfoffvvar. However, summing up our joys and sorrows, We find that we are still on the happy side of the ledger. As We look back upon the past year, we can find a great deal of lasting satisfaction and pride. The dinks we so humbly Wore have become precious additions to our treasure chests, the matches We carried have become logs in our forest of memories. The friendships we have formed have bound us forever to the ideals of Gettysburg. It would be useless for us to recount our deeds, our accomplishments, our hopes, all that has been done by Fresh' man Glasses in the past. We can only say, with a great deal of pride, that we have presented to Gettysburg, athletes, actors, debaters, musicians, and students. So it is with a tinge of regret that we leave our Freshman year to pass on to that year of years when we can once more begin our 'names with capitals and be oflicially classed as gentlemen. GORDON GARDNER, Historian. --QI 120 IR-- -. fi: Cuxff OKEICEW JS' 70235 Geomag Q. VEACJLQ A VICE-DDEIIPENT IECQ ETJQY DOQEDT L. CLADK I O1- .4-an if 'S DICLXADD Ll. LIUNDEL vozfnnnm , 1 , JACOB W. Nllhfll COUPON MGADDNCD TDEAIUDED wfromurm ..::I lil 1::-- is I! F! 4. pw A V . 3 he '- , .?",14 :L,,z,7zsF rv s -:f.x '.JE'. 1 A v Q i ...Af he : V .5 1 r -gy T21 'fl' gy-gl k e ..g w g'i A - Z K x? ,,,,,g f452 ,v-'if Lal KX' Fifi V-vw I ,",l N'7 " v,"'v,? ' ' M L Q! 1. F- As 1 ' '5 . Q A 23 Xu if-1 Amfeg 5, ,fggif t " Q .. ,1 QAWVF if wi 3,-, f ,A 2,ffj,.f'z5i 5, 5 -3 -r u .ru Ti f':' ,ff 1 2, 3 3 E is 1,g' 1-'Ji if if sf. Q3 fs I 2 1 N , ,, S 5 XJ 1,4 , ,W . ' k 1 ff: ' 'Q il1'i , , .,3 xfg 9 M' .5 .-5 A I I .. -..K ,-. ,..,-,..,,,t.4g...4.... .- .. .,.. -.f,........,---... -5 --1:fA V V, YW HWYYWWYW, WWA, ,, ,, . - .,. .,.. Mai.- Y, -Y,.,?...+.Y,- Y, ,YW ,.W.. -.,,fA-M.-. - Y . ,--,.- . -- - f- -- V s X , ff. X , X X f f X f 7 I X T 9 , , , f f 1 A,, ,,,, f .AA,, L . ta FRESHMAN CLASS ROLL Albright, J. R... . . . . . . . .Lewisberry, Pa Allison, Catherine E. ...... Fairfield, Pa Armento, W. H Arnold, H. T... Azar, George, Jr Bankert, E. S.. . . Bankert, J. W.. Barley, R. E. ......... . Bastian, W. W. . Baum, E. L. ..... . . . Beachley, F. A.. . Biggs, Marion J Bittinger, J. Bowers, J. Z.. . . Boyer, J. K.. . . . Brown, D. Brown, R. A.. . Buchanan, A. K.. . . .Glen Rock, Pa Amspacher, L. L. .... . . ........ Harrisburg, Pa . . . .Danville, Pa . . . . .Altoona, Pa . . .Harrisburg, Pa .......York, Pa Roaring Spring, Pa .Williamsport, Pa . . . .Lemoyne, Pa . . . . . .Middletown, Md . . . .Crtanna, Pa . . . . .Hanover, Pa . Catonsville, Md. .Wildwood, N. J . . . .Hanover, Pa ..Gettysburg, Pa .P1antsville, Conn Bushman, Dorothy M. .... Gettysburg, Pa Cherry, J. V. ............ Newark, N. J Ciavarelli, A. G. .......... Ambler, Pa Clark, R. L. ........ New Rochelle, N. Y Cowan, J. W. .... . . .New York, N. Y Cowell, W. D. .... ..... P hiladelphia, Pa Cronlund, R. W. ........ Philadelphia, Pa Crouse, H. K.. . . . . . .Littlestown, Pa Crouse, J. H. ........... Philadelphia, Pa Crouthamel, R. M. .......... Telford, Pa Depp, A. M. ............ Wattsburg, Pa Dettrey, J. F., Jr. ........ Philadelphia, Pa Diehl, A. E... .. Diehl, J. H.. . . . . . . . . . . . Loganville, Pa . . . . . .Souderton, Pa Dimmerling, Mildred F. ........ York, Pa Durboraw, Grace B. ...... Gettysburg, Pa Durding, W. W. ........ Baltimore, Md Eby, C. L. ........ .... H arrisburg, Pa Eck, D. D. ..... ..... G ettysburg, Pa Eden, C. E. ............ Gettysburg, Pa Ehrhart, K. C. ........ New Haven, Conn Eisenhart, Ethel M. ...... East Berlin, Pa Enders, D. E. .............. Lykens, Pa Ernst, E. S. ..... ....... S pring City, Pa. Evans, R. A. .... .... C hambersburg, Pa. . . . . . . .Kulpmont, Pa . . . .Smithsburg, Md Feld, Sidney ....... . Fisher, F. P., Jr.. . . . . Evert, T. L.. . . . Fehl, A. P... .. Fitch, J. A. .... . ........York, Pa . . . .Pittsburgh, Pa .......Etna, Pa Fleck, M. H. .... ..... L ancaster, Pa Frantz, G. C.. . . . Gardner, G. Gibbs, V. L. .... . Gifford, R. H.. . . . Gilbert, C. R.. . . . Gillespie, J. L.. . . . . . . .Scranton, Pa . . .... Pittsburgh, Pa .......York, Pa . . . . .Ambler, Pa . . . . . .Gettysburg, Pa . . Arlington, N. J Gleichman, P. H. ........ Cumberland, Md Gnau, P. J. ...... . . . Gotwalt, J. H. .... . . Gouker, J. W.. . . . Gulden, G. ........York, Pa . .Spring Grove, Pa . . . .Gettysburg, Pa ..........Carlisle, Pa Hamsher, C. M. ...... Mechanicsburg, Pa Hanshaw, D. M. ........ Harrisburg, Pa Hargreaves, Bernard ...... Hillside, N. J Harner, E. F.. . . Harper, V. R.. . . . Harris, Dorothy V Hauser, E. L. .... . Hauver, H. A.. . . Hawkins,J. C.. . . . Heaton, James ........ Hege, H. M. .... . . Heindel, R. H. .... . Helm, W. C. ..... . Holmes, J. S.. . . . Holtzapple, J. G.. . . . Horning, C. S .... Hoyt, A. G. .... . Huber, C. H., Jr. .... . Jenkins, J. H. ...... . Jenkins, R. G. .... . . Johnson, R. A. .... . Jones, A. M.. . .. Jones, A. S.. . . . Karns, C. A.. . . . Keesey, T. J.. . . . Kehm, W. A.. . . . Kipp, W. E.. . .. --11 ies ........York, Pa . . . . . . Mt. Lebanon, Pa . . . .Baltimore, Md . . . .Cakland, Md .......LantZ, Md . .Spring Grove, Pa Washington, D. C ......Marion, Pa . . . . .Hanover, Pa . . .Audubon, N. J . . .Pittsburgh, Pa ........York,Pa . . . .Royersford, Pa . .Red Bank, N. J . . .Gettysburg, Pa . . .Frostburg, Md . .Upper Darby, Pa . . .Lewistown, Pa . . . . .Natalie, Pa .. .Etna, Pa . . . .Everett, Pa .....York, Pa .......Dover, Pa . . . .Pittsburgh, Pa Kirsch, G. A. .... . .Jersey City, N. J. Sakash, M. J.. . . . Schroeder, H. W.. . . . . .Crafton, Pa. l l l x i 1 1 2 l l r l V l l 1 l F Lambie, William. . . Langham, J. G., Jr.. Leatherman, C. D. ..., . Lenker, L. A. .... . Lucas, W. C.. . . . Lytle, D..C.. . . . Malony, R. S. ....... . Marchese, S. F.. . . McCarty, A. J... McCleaf, E. L.. .. McClellan, S. A.. . . McGraw, J. D. ..... . McIntyre, J. M.. . McMillen, K. H. .... . Merker, G. H. ..... . Messinger, K. H.. Miller, tj. C. .... . Miller, L. C.. . . Morris, L. B. .... . Morrow, W. S.. . . W Mosebrook, S. .. . . Mullin, J. N. ..... . Myers, F. B.. . . Nace, R. G.. . . . Nease, J. W.. . . . Neef, V. H. .... . Newell, M.. . . . Nissley, R. L.. . . . Oberlander, W. H Crtlieb, R. B.. . . . Ott, W. L. .... . . Painter, C. F... . . . Plusch, J. C. .... . Reehling, H. A.. . . . Reider, W. C.. . . Renshaw C.T . Rife, Isabella .u i L L Riley, J. H. ....... . Ritter, L. W.. . . . Robb, J. M... .. Robinson, J. Roche, H. A.. . . . Rudisill, M. D. Ruegge, R. R.. . . Runzo, S. J.. . . . . . . .Loysville, Pa. . . . .Manorville, Pa. .Hummelstown, Pa. . . . .Harrisburg, Pa. ........York, Pa. . .Mercersburg, Pa. Collingswood, N. J. .......Lodi,N.J. . . . .Bethlehem, Pa. . . . Fairfield, Pa. . . . . .Norwood, Pa. . . . . .Swissvale, Pa. .Westernport, Md. . . .Lancaster, Pa. ........Darby,Pa. .Y . .Kingston, N. Y. . . . .Mayport, Pa. . . . . . .Tremont, Pa. . . .Phoenixville, Pa. . . . .Loysville, Pa. .....York, Pa. . . . .Locust, N. -J. . . . .Glen Rock, Pa. . . . . . .Hanover, Pa. . . Jacksonville, Fla. . . .Audubon, N. J. . . . .Millville, N. J. .Hummelstown, Pa. .........York, Pa. . . . . . .Dolgeville, N. Y . .Hagerstown, Md . .New Freedom, Pa . . . .Kingston, N. Y . . . . .Hanover, Pa . . .Shickshinny, Pa. . . . .Phoenixville, Pa .. . .Q.Ortanna, Pa. . . .Littlestown, Pa . . . . . .Keymar, Md . . . .Harrisburg, Pa . . . . . .Altoona, Pa . . .New York, N. Y .......Lykens, Pa ....Cwego, N. Y . . . . .Monaca, Pa .QI Q n Scott, G. AW. ..... , ..... Lambertville, N. J. Sheely R F Shoemaker, A. Shryer, T. D.. . . . Sinclair, I. B.. . . Singley, C. N.. . . Sjoholm, G. E.. . . Smith, Rodman ..... Smith, W. A.. . . . Snyder, E. B.. . . . Spina, D. A. .... . Spangler, Edna M. Stauffer, G. Steck, J. C. E.. . . Stockberger, R. . . . Stoner, D. og .... Stoner, J. W.. . . Strevig, J. R.. . . Strock, H. E.. . . . Swan, J. R. ...... . . Swoyer, K. G. .... .. Teeter, D. E.. . . Thomas, J. E.. . . Trone, R. C.. . . . Turnbach, F.. P.. . Ulrich, R. K... . Vale, M. H. .... Vastine, Frederick . .Dolgeville, N. Y. . .Gettysburg, Pa. . . . .Somerset, Pa. . . . . . . Cumberland, Md. . . . . .Altoona, Pa. . .Mt. Carmel, Pa. . . . .Narberth, Pa. . . . .Norwood, Pa. . .Doylestown, Pa. . . . . . . Pillow, Pa. . . . .Newark, N. J. . .New Oxford, Pa. . . .... Gettysburg, Pa. . . . . . .Carlisle, Pa. . . . . .Slickville, Pa. . . .Gettysburg, Pa. . . . . .Lemasters, Pa. . Manchester, Md. . . . . .Scranton, Pa. . . .St. Thomas, Pa. . . . .Tamaqua, Pa. .Taneytown, Md. . . . .Biglerville, Pa. ........York,Pa. . . . . .Hazleton, Pa. . . . .Highspire, Pa. . . . Gettysburg, Pa. . . . . .Shamokin, Pa. Wagner, R. H. ....... Martinsburg, W. Va Walker, G. S. ............ Meyersdale, Pa Walker, S. E. ............ Harrisburg, Pa Walterneyer, Miriam E. .... Gettysburg, Pa Wasson, D. B. ............ Gettysburg, Pa Weatherby, Ellsworth .... Audubon, N. I Weaver, P. Weiler, G. Whitcraft, G-. D.. .Q Wiest, M. M.. Winston, T. L.. . . Wise, R. E.. . .. Wolford, W. D. ...... . Yeager, G. R.. . Ziegler, E. D.. . . Zinn, Margaret E 194 Ir-- .....- . .Littlestown, Pa . . . . .Reading, Pa .West Chester, Pa .. . . . .Pillow, Pa . .Germantown, Pa . . . . .Hanover, Pa .Cumberland, Md . . . . Danville, Pa ........York, Pa . . .Gettysburg, Pa Pa, . YI J-J Pa. Pa. Md. 5 Pa. , Pa. ., pa. dx Pa. nv PEI. V, Pa. N. 1. 'd, Pa. 2, Pa. Te, Pa. le, Pa. YE, Pa. rfs, Pa. rr, Md. OH, Pa. nas, Pa, Ha, Pa. n, Md. l'1e, Pa. ork, Pa. ton, Pa. rife, Pa. wurg, Pa. akin, Pa. , W. Va. dale, Pa. uurg, Pa. Jurg, Pa. burg, Pa. m, N. I. mwn, Pa. ing, Pa. ester, PH. ow, PH- cowh,Pa. Jver, Pa md: Vines Pa' York, Pa :bl1f31 Pa' ACTIVITIES 'AWK 4 ,wg n.4v,,,-Pqn.--my-f4v-,rg ,,. .',,x -r' V31 Q HV I 'fu er ,mn A V 1 'X X 1 X X , d BRAWN and brain fused into flashing skill, strong men cn gridiron, court, rnat, diamond, track ATHLETICS Anderson Menges Keller Raffensperger Lucas GHEER LEADERS r BULLET SONG For the Bullets of Qld Gettysburg Are as full of fight as they can beg And when GfBurg's Bullets take the field, What a skirmish grand you'll see! They have the courage of the boys in Blue, And the dash and pluck of Pickett's men. They are in action here once more today, For the Battle's on again. LOYALTY SONG Fair Gettysburg, our Alma Mater, Hear us praise thy name, We'll ever lend our hearts and hands To help increase thy fame. The honor of Old Gettysburg Calls forth our Loyalty, So cheer QRah! Rahll those GfBurg Bullets on To fight for Victory. S --al IQG Ia-- TUSSEY MCMILLEN CRAMER HERZLICH SNYDER STONER WAIT E HOKE ROCHE DAVIS VAN ULRICH CHALLENGER PEELING ORMER SLAUGHTER KLINGER WILSON HLUBB KOCH WEIKERT SMUCK HOOD LAUER BURTIS UHLER MCCLOY ANGLEMO KOONTZ HOWER HALL HENKEL HAAS UTZ REESE LETTEIQMEN AUMILLER HARDY LEESE SANT SEELY NIERGARD ATHLETIC COUNCIL GEORGE H. HUMMBL Alumni Representative, President JOHN E. MEISENHELDER Alumni Representative, VicefPresident CLAYTON E. BILHEIMER Athletic Director, Secretary MILTON H. VALENTINE Faculty Representative RICHARD A. ARMS Faculty Representative MERRILL C. YOST, '30 AND EDWARD GULIAN, '30 Student Representatives LESLIE M. KAUFFMAN Representative of the Board of Trustees JOHN F. DAPP Exfojficio, President of the Board of Trustees HENRY W. A. HANSON Exfojjicio, President of the College r f f f 'i f fg52fZs.,' 2 Qc: ,ff Q f J , ' 'NN f Z . ,fx X if pf V WM! 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Q! 1 gf 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 21 41 M if 1 51 V it Aww' "Arn . ',, ,' , iff . 1:3113 Bb" ' rf 531 1? fi ,334 1 4 .H 51. . ,. 5 is ffl" A--Ie-1 ' msg 1, 11 -1i':""' 11:1 'if 1 .41 - ll 3, - Lg-1' Fm. ,N ,111 ,l .1-. rf.-A If, 5 I 'Q .N fit? 552' 1 r ' if 7-34.1, A ,L L1 km gift. 5 X 4 M132 1 1 " rv. 'Y .1'S:'g:g.E.?1tffif W Qirzgy, ! 1 1 i 3 1 1 ssHEN,1 BREAM "TIP" VAN ORMER Head Coach Manager Q13 ORGANIZATION HeadfCoach . .... . Assistant Coaches . QLHAPSSS FRANK, ssCHARLEY,, SPANGLER HROAMIEH CAPOZZI . GGHBNQQ BREAM Trainer . . A . . Captain . Manager. Director . Captainfelect . Managerfelect Left End . Left Tackle . Left Guard . Center . . Right Guard . Right Tackle . Right End . .Quarterback . Left Halfback . Right Halfback Fullback . , SL EDDIBH GULIAN LLTIPH, VAN GRMBR PROP. C. BILLHEIMER HJAKIEM MCCLOY RICHARD E. DAUB . . . . ' . . . . CRAMER, STONER TUSSEY, LEASE, SEBLY . MERGARD . SANTINELLO HOWER, WAITE . HERZLICH . . GULIAN, ULRICH MCCLOY, ROCHE, DAVIS . MCMILLEN, SNYDBR . ANGLEMOYER, HOKE . KOONTZ, HARDY an . an ff' uv? 1 f MROMIEM CAPozz1 Trainer LLHAPS,, FRANK Assistant Coach Back'SRow-Hardy, Davis, Haas, Laskowski, Kleinfelter, Bitner, Lamb, Gustaitis, Wagner Second Row-Seeley, Gulick, Murgard, Santanello, Stoner, Lease, Polinsky, Appler, Moller, Koontz 4, v McC1oy, Hower nf R0W'MCM1116H, Herzlich, Hoke, Roche, Snyder, Gulian, Cramer, Tussey, Waite, Anglemoyer, Ulr --11 129 Ia-- CRAMER GULIAN Football Review LUYCLA Gulian and his men in moleskin inaugurated the 1929 season with a 14-O victory over Loyola University of Baltimore. McMillen's long brokenffield runs which placed the ball in scoring position featured the game. Hardy crashed over on a line plunge for the first touch' down of the season. A safety added two more points to the Gettysburg total. Captain Gulian hurled a pass to McMillen who dashed fifty yards for the final score of the game. TUSSEY SANTINELLO --:al 130 Is-- 1 SNYDER MCMILLEN ARMY A determined Gettysburg eleven journeyed to West Point to do battle against "Red" Cagle and the Army team. The Bullets strove valiantly against a much heavier and more experienced squad, but lost, 33-7. The weight and speed of the Army team could not prevent the plucky Bullets from scoring, however. In the final quarter McMil1en caught a pass from Anglemoyer and dashed across the goal line. Anglemoyer placefkicked the point to make the score 53-7. LEHIGH Rallying in the second half, the Bullets outplayed a sturdy Lehigh eleven and earned a 7-7 tie in a game played before several thousand fans, many of whom were back for Alumni Homecoming. The Bullets launched a powerful second offensive drive which culminated in a touchdown when Anglemoyer passed to Roche over the goal line. Anglemoyer kicked the point that tied the score. 9 . 1 -ll ANGLEMONER MURGARD Q-:al 1:51 11:-Q KQONTZ MCCLOY P. M. C. Pennsylvania Military College was the next Victim of the onrushing Bullets who defeated the cadets 7-O at Chester.. Captain Gulian made victory certain for the Orange and Blue when he intercepted a forward pass and raced 35 yards through the entire opposing team for a touchdown in the first quarter. Throughout the game the Frankfcoached line held the cadet ball carriers at a safe distance from the goal line. BUCKNELL The fighting Bullets were defeated by a stronger Bucknell team 33-O at Lewisburg. Gettysburg put up a game struggle but the Bisons, one of the strongest teams in the east, proved superior in groundfgaining ability and scoring punch. Throughout the game the Crange and Blue team fought with a neverfsayfdie spirit, Which, if not strong enough to win, kept trying up to the final whistle. STONER UI-RICH --Q1 132 In-- fff i ff., f . f , . M ,,, H ff' ff! ' X I ff F p , f ,, , T 52. , , , 'Mfg 1 ff! , 1 ., . . i -324 . 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Dickinson threatened to score several times but Gettysburg outsmarted the opposif tion at crucial moments. MUHLENBERG An impressive 27-0 victory over Muhlenberg was the result of the next game staged on Meinorial Field. From start to finish the Breamfcoached team demonstrated superiority over the eleven from Allentown. Gettysburg scored in every period to annex another victory in defense of its Conference laurels. The Gettysburg backs repeatedly skirted the ends and knifed through tackle for long gains which resulted in four touchdowns. 'T YC 1 a 'L i i i . 4 HERZLICH Ll' Hi -231 1:43 1.--Q WAITE HOWER LEBANON VALLEY An alert Gettysburg took advantage of the breaks of the game to down a powerful Lebanon Valley squad by the score of 13-7 in a game which featured the Annual Fathers' Day celebration. Outscored in the number of first downs, the Bullets packed the stronger scoring punch to overcome a Lebanon Valley lead and Win the game by virtue of touchdowns by McMillen and Koontz. F. AND M. A With a g'Win for Mac and GfBurgM spirit, the Bullets Went to Lancaster and won a hotly contested Thanksgiving Day game by the score of 25-O. With McMillen, Gettysburg's backfield ace, out of the game with injuries, the Bullets entered the game determined to win- and win they did. By this victory Gettysburg retained the Eastern Pennsylvania Collegiate Conference football championship for the third consecutive year. DAVIS V ROCHE -'21 134 Is-- 4, f-, f ff 7 , 44, . 1 ff 'fi fb 4, f, Wf 1 MZ, 15 ' 1 Q5 ik + .3,. , , X, ...- X A! "DUKE" CRAMER Captain Basketball 19 O 4 .f , I , ,J ,. 2? :l 1 -Y 4 'E -xg, X'Qx. ! ' L 1,2514 J X , x 2' tgtggiil , V. E111 'Pi 13" 'C ' S?" -,'f Q f sr f23,m,gg g -Avi ,255 3 5 HTZQQ' 1 1 5. Lg, ,l few? A "Wm as !2.f.g1:g1g 2-157' ll if-sig' t 7 te ,L F ,. td-:M 'R -U-' 1'-M' .Ae , ' EMU z wg' ff--. lf .., xt' J L stun" f 5? ' ll , Qf is 45,131 ig . .,r.. . li '3 if ii? MF.: 23 lx f "til yy ig ,rr-'T all a'.'21l 11.-fi lf il 4 Z3 1. 1: .JFS J' Amit. MU-'axis lfr Fi . s-1 "il tl f,f31?g if ts tiff' u zngq if "di7t'i.l lr 1. 15 1' 1 .Lf , 'Q' Smeg El 1, nv. 1' : -1 .? 4211 2: J.. L , 1 N' ttHEN,, BREAM SEASQN of 1930 WILMER HOLMES Coach Manager VARSITY BASKETBALL Coach . . HENRY T. BREAM Captain . CLARENCE H. CRAMER Managey WILMER HOLMES CHRONICLE December 7-Georgetown .... Gettysburg Af Washington 11-Penn .......... Gettysburg Af Philadelphia 14-Lehigh ........ Gettysburg At G'ettYSbUfg January 8-Albright ........ Gettysburg At GettYSbUfg 10-Mount St. Mary's. Gettysburg At Gettysburg 15-FranklinfMarsba1l. Gettysburg At Laneastef 17-Washington ...... Gettysburg Af GettYSbUtg 18-Juniata .......... Gettysburg At Huntingdon February 5-Lebanon Valley. . Gettysburg .... . . At G'ettySbUfg 8-Bucknell ........ Gettysburg .... . . At L6WiSbn1-'Q 12-Dickinson ....... Gettysburg .... . . At Get'CYSl3Ufg 15-Temple ........ Gettysburg. All Philadelphia 19-FranklinfMarshall Gettysburg. At GettYSbUfg 21-Swarthmore ..... Gettysburg. At Swafthmofe 22-P. M. C. ....... Gettysburg. At Chester 25-Mount St. Mary's.. Gettysburg. At Em111iftSbn1'8 27-Bucknell ........ Gettysburg. At Gettysburg March 1-Muhlenberg .... .. . Gettysburg. At Allentown 5-Dickinson .... . . Gettysburg. At Carlisle -Temple .... . . . Gettysburg. At Gettyebutg --Q1 136 It-- 1 X .af , ,yi ,mn P 9 , X l f f l Left to Right--Captain Cramer, Hoke, Bricker, Seely, Haas, Panebaker,Hall, McMillen, Anglemoeyer, Henkle, Manager Holmes QQVE VARSITY BASKETBALL ETTYSBURCS 1929-30 basketball team stood even in the number of games won and lost: the record shows ten for each side. Coach Bream worked with a team composed largely of veterans who had represented Gettysburg in previous court campaigns. Cut of these men he moulded a team which played a good, consistent game. Captain Cramer, Culian and MacMillen were the mainstays, while Anglemoyer, Seely, Henkel and Hall completed a combination that performed very creditably throughout the season. Injuries during midfseason forced the team to slow down somewhat and Coach Bream was forced to make several changes in the linefup before many hard games, but he performed this difiicult task with consistent success. The team led off with a fast pace by defeating Georgetown, and continued to win five out of the first seven games on the schedule. With the return of McMillen, sterling guard, who was out of the games during the early part of the season due to injuries, the team conf rinued to pile up victories. However, more injuries struck the squad and consequently the team went into a slump in midfseason. After three consecutive defeats the team braced and won from Swarthmore and P. M. C. on successive nights, both games played away from home. Still more injuries provided a severe handicap for the team late in the season, which were largely instrumental in causing a losing streak. k The climax of the season came in the game with Temple, the last on the schedule. 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St. Mary's 30-Dickinson ..... 11-Alumni ...... SEASON OF 1929 CHRONICLE . . . . .QRainD . ....... 2 ....1O Gettysburg Gettysburg Gettysburg Gettysburg Gettysburg Gettysburg Gettysburg Gettysburg Gettysburg Gettysburg Gettysburg Gettysburg Gettysburg Gettysburg --al 139 Ib-- At Gettysburg At Gettysburg At Gettysburg At Lewisburg At Washington At Washington At Gettysburg At Gettysburg At Villanova At Collegeville At Philadelphia At Emmittsburg At Gettysburg At Gettysburg TRACK ' ,fs ' -'91-I : ., l . 12, A 4-1 kt 5.9 W ,Vg , x Q ,. xxx 1 -N Eff C X - 2 v:.:- X . X, 1 ,u.g1,,, -sm Q I-31-12:1 ' 5 3 , .-?'- 'IN " W 5:2'E'.fE'2,i'n,.'s 9 '3 " iw4e.f4R11gfltu - '19 'S'1-Z2A'5"':??5fiISf2-:P?i.Q'3Nb :?"'T 1 :' f Q,, ...- N , zv. ..1, 1 C. 4 . -.., Hs, ."-'-I-":t, 'f' ' "'I32E59033ArISf1ES5 f y n. ,'l:"2:-t 1' : , . ,::::1s .5-:igxs im: m ls: - ' f y ,us N N 11 ::fE.EsiIs, C ?"' ':-: X? A 3 wx, Qzkxfvff sly, HUGH HOKE Captam SEASCN CF 1929 CHRONICLE Johns Hopkms Gettysburg . . .50 At Gettysburg D1ck1nson Gettysburg . . .50 At Carlisle Bucknell Gettysburg . . .83 At Gettysburg 3 -I A 4 E 1 .r.3,,g gifs- ww f if l l I 1 ' 1-'1 I r 1- W l l is 5 1 'S l , 1 1, 1: , Ziff lll- 'A l.Sg!?' Vg 3 I ". 'ff iw I V 1- . I ,-g e ' 4 1 J - , 11,15 Ny f ff fl . l , l . - f f "P1NEY" BENDER "'JULEs" HLUBB lv H if 'Z l Coach Manager f l -Q41 14,0 Ip-- J l-F3 Back Row-Murnper, Hull, Wisler, McMillan, Lutz, Bender, Coach Second Row-Slaughter, Beck, Robinson, Mercer, Van Ormer, Ernest, Gantz, Hlubb, Manager Front Row-Herzlich, Snyder, Cramer, Hoke, Captain, Klinger, Reese, Beahn, Wilson 100fYard Dash 22OfYard Dash 440fYard Dash 88Q'Yard Dash Mile Run . TwofMile Run HighfHurdles LOwfHurdles . Broad Jump . High Jump . Pole Vault Javelin . ShOtfPut Discus . QMVQ I VARSITY TRACK SQUAD . REESE, CRAMER, SNYDER . REESE, CRAMEI1, SNYDER . REESE, BEAHN, HOKE, KLINGERQ UTZ .sl 141 IE-- KLINGER, RIFE, WISE, HULL KLINGER, RIFE, WISE, HULL KLINGER, RIFE, WISE, HULL , , , , . HOKE , , . HOKE, MERCEI1 . MCMILLEN, LIND, SNYDEI1 , , . ERNEST VAN ORMER, LUTZ HBRZLICH, CRAMEII HERZLICH, CRALIEIL HEI1zLIcH, CIRAMER WILSON, SLAUGHTER, SLAUGHTER, J. G. Glenn, Coachg Uhler, Aumiller, Hood, Burtis, Lauer, Koch, Zeigler Coach . Captain . M anager April 23-Johns Hopkins. . . . . . . . 26-Dickinson . . 27-Albright ............... 30-Western Maryland ....... May 3-Ursinus .... 4-U. of Delaware ....,..... 7-Muhlenburg ..... ..... 9-F. and M.. . 11-Albright. . . 15-Dickinson .... ..... 16-Bucknell . . 18-Penn State ............. 21-Western Maryland .,..... 24-Haverford . . 25-Moravian .... QJE TENNIS TEAM Season of 1929 ' ORGANIZATION . . . - CHRCNICLE 5 Gettysburg . 3 Gettysburg . 1 Gettysburg . 2 Gettysburg . 5 Gettysburg . 2 Gettysburg . 1 Gettysburg . 6 Gettysburg . 3 Gettysburg . 4 Gettysburg . 3 Gettysburg . 5 Gettysburg . 2 Gettysburg . 5 Gettysburg . 3 Gettysburg . --21 142 Ir-- JOHN G. GLENN HENRY L. Hoon ILGEN S. UHLBR 2 At Baltimore 3 At Gettysburg 3 At Reading 4 At Westminster O At Collegeville 4 At Newark, Del 5 At Gettysburg O At Lancaster 3 At Gettysburg 2 At Carlisle 3 At Gettysburg 1 At Gettysburg 4 At Gettysburg O At Haverford 3 At Allentown i I I 3 ' ik :ii ,L.,? I Z ,,, .S 25 s V? i 53 Q Back Row, Left to Right-Bream, Reunning, Null, McReyno1ds, Coach Front Row-Helfferich, Small, Stare, Reichter, Clatanoff RIFLE TEAM . EDWARD S. REICHTBR GWBN L. HBLFFERICH . DONALD E. SMALL . HAROLD H. REUNING . . EDWARD W. STARR Captain W. R. MCRBYNOLDS 8-Conn. Aggies 8-University of Delaware 15 North Dakota State Colle e ORGANIZATION President .... Secretary Treasurer Manager Captain . , Coach . . . . CHRONICLE 1929' I A ' November 23-University of Pittsburgh December 7-NeW York Stock Exchange January February 7-United States Naval Academy QShoulderftofshoulderj 14-University of West Virginia 14-Staunton Military Academy 14-Virginia Military Institute 21-College of City of New York March 1930 11-University of Wyoming 11-University of Maryland 11-Stanford University 11-NorWich University 18-University of Iowa 18-University of Southern California 25-University of Cincinnati 25-Georgetown University 25-Washington U. Rifle Club 25-University of Washington g 8-University of Cincinnati APU1 8-University of Vermont I .sq 143121-- - 8 15--Miss. A. Ei' M. College 15-Stuyvesant Rifle Club 15-Lehigh University 15-Mass. Inst. of Tech. 15-University of Dayton 1-University of Oregon 1-Mich. State College 1-johns Hopkins University QShoulderftofshoulder, at Gettysburgl 3-Western Maryland College fShoulderftofshoulder, at Gettysburgj 8-Bordentown Military Institute 8-Penn State QShoulderftofshoulder, at State Collegej 15-University of Michigan 15--Johns Hopkins University G CShoulderftofshoulder, at lBaltimoreD 22-University of New Mexico --Oregon State College -University of Nebraska 5-University of Tennessee 29 5 x it Hi NEWCQMERS IN SPQRTS WRESTLING Back Row, Left to Right--johnson, Sakash, Kemp, Tobias, IvIcReyno1ds, Coach Second Row-W. Cams, Wise, Tussey, C. Carns, Scott, Kipp Front Row-Koontz, Stoner, McCarty SOCCER I Back Row, Left to Right-Harper, Barley, Jacobs, Beachley, Coach Hartshorne, Clatanoff, Weaver, Walker Front Row-McCar1, Durding, Korte, Payne, R. Daub, Bonsignore, C. Daub, Black SWIMMING Back Row, Left to Right-Newbould, Rickenbach, Hinkle, Neef, Van Ormer, Hardy Front Row-McReynolds, Coach, Bear, Captaing Harper, J. Mages, W. Manges --11 144 12:-. A I I I I I I I i I l Standing-Scott, Robb, McGraw, Yeager, Sakash, Keesey, Merker Smith M ' H h M Cl ll Hoyt, Arnold, Diehl, Enders, Lytel, Ulrich, Rudisillorrls, ams er, C e an, Sitting-Gifford, Eby, McCarty, Gillespie, Azar, Smith, Eden, Mclviillen r QJVE F RESHMAN FOOTBALL ANDICAPPED by injuries and conference rulings, the Freshman football team won only one of three games played. However, it is predicted by those who closely observed the work of the team that it will furnish much good varsity material next year. At the beginning of 'the year a large squad of men reported to coach Charley Spangler and after several weeks of practice a team was developed which opened the season by defeating Gettysburg Academy 27-0. In the next contest the Little Bullets met the strong Mercersburg Academy team at that place. The Freshmen were defeated 9-O in a hard game after making a very creditable showing. The next game was with the Dickinson Frosh eleven. Due to a conference ruling only three regulars were allowed to play. As a result a patchedfup team lost by the score of 6-0. The substitutes put up a very good game but the breaks went against them. Although the team played but three scheduled contests it saw plenty of action in scrimf mages against the varsity. Much credit is due the team for its showing against the varsity eleven. There is every evidence that the Freshman gridmen will capably fill several posif tions on the varsity next year. ' .al 14-5 Is-- I I I I If II I ,I I I II I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I , In. .r ' I V gl! it .rink Y. Back Row, Left to Right-Kirsch, Keesey, Coach Spangler, Manager Holmes, Robb, Enders Front Row-Eby, McMillen, Gardner, Renshaw, Gilbert MVB FRESHMAN BASKETBALL VVENTY candidates reported to Coach Charley Spangler when he issued the call for Freshmen basketball men. Out of this number he developed a team that showed its full strength near the close of the season. just as the team was beginning to show signs of attaining a winning stride two men were declared ineligible because of scholastic deficiencies? which forced the Coach to remould a new combination. After experimenting for some time, a team was developed consisting of Gardner and Eby at forwards, Keesey at center, and MacMillen, Renshaw, and Gilbert at guards. This team continued through the remaining part of the season. A survey of the season shows a record of four victories out of ten games played. Num' bered among the Little Bullets successes were Gettysburg Academy, Dickinson F rosh Ctwicej, and the strong Gettysburg High School, a team which had previously defeated the Fresh' men in an early season game. The Freshmen developed a speedy offense and a good defense that was working very w2ll toward the end of the season. In the second game against Dickinson Frosh the Little BulletS scored 26 points while holding their opponents to 9 points, only two of which were scored in the second half. Eby was high scorer for the season, with Gardner and MacMillen close behind him. The experience gained during the year should make the Freshmen valuable material for next year's varsity team. ' --Q1 146 Ia-- P A P E R , book, and magazine, with trusty staffs of 'real reporters, editors, ad mera, literati IBLICATIUNS 'Y .Sh X ii. .ig Left tolRight-Kline, Payne, Lucas, Wolf, Snyder, Newbould, Stare, Heiges, Johnson, Tyson, Houser QDVQ THE SPECTRUM EDITORIAL STAFF Editorfinfffhief, EDWARD W. STARE Associate Editors DONALD R. HEIGES G. KENNETH NEWBOULD Girls, MARY JANE SNYDER Activities, G. HAROLD JOHNSON Administration, MERVIN A. TYSON Organizations, J. LOUIS WOLF Campus, GEORGE N. LUCAS Sports, THOMAS B. KLINE Photography, HERBERT M. PAYNE Classes, DONALD L. HAUSER Associations, GEORGE W. AUMILLER --E1 148 Ie-- Left to Right-Chamberlin, Fleming, Swensen, Frese, Stock, Hand, Gaughan, Cushun, Ross QfV8 THE SPECTRUM BUSINESS STAFF Business Manager, WILLIAM B. STOCK Assistant Business Manager, EDWARD S. FREESE Circulation Manager, PATRICK J. HAND Assistant Circulation Managers WILLIAM K. Ross JOSEPH A. GAUGHAN Advertising Manager, VIGCo SWENSEN Assistant Advertising Managers RICHARD M. CHAMBERLAIN CHESTER W. COSHUN EARL FLEMING Jorm KEISTER A-:II 149 1::-- HOLMES Echtor Editor THE GETTYSBURGIAN WILMER H HOLMES STEWART W. HERMAN, JR. Managmg Ed1to'r DONALD R HEIGES F V ARMENTO R M. BANES News Edztor G KENNETH NEWBOULD Sports Ednor ., THOMAS B. KLINE Alumm Edztor RICHARD B. MARTIN C HAROLD JOHNSON GEORGE W AUMILLER GEORGE N. LUcAs L H SNYDER J L WOLF E. W. STARR H L HOOD J R. BARKLEY Bac Row Left to R1ght Marks Ph11sOn Strawbndge, Seaks, Paden ' F y er JO Dson Wolf, Bristol, Kline TOM Row Martm He1ges Herman Armento, Lucas Hmcias BULLOCR Managing Editor Business Manager THE GETTYSBURGIAN Reporters M. B. BOYER, J. H. HILL, M. B. PADEN, S. R. Pmtsow, P. A. SWANR, DI. E. BRISTOL. D. B. STRAWBRIDGE, H. G. GA1sizR, j. L. KAPP, M. J. Smsfxos, G. W. WHITCRAFT, C. A. MAH'l3IiRRH' BUSINESS STAFF Business Manager . . .... HIQNRX' C. BULLOCR Advertising Manager . . . JUSTUS H. Lnfssmx Circulation Manager .... . MARTIN L. TOZI'R Assistant Managers F. F. SMITH, D. E. Coon, E. S. FLTQMING, j. A. GAUGHAN, W. H. Guucx 5 i 'fl T' is 55 i T -i f i I 4 a ' ' 5 f I I v ? i Left to Right AATo:cr. Bullock, Li-:sm.m. Fleming' .51 1.31 11:- Back Row, Left to Right-Bristol, Curley, Cronlund, Frey, Strawbridge M I Front Row-Ross, Bullock, Herman, Lucas I QJVE THE MERCURY STAFF Editorfinfflhief STEWART W. HERMAN, JR. Associate Editors V CHARLES C. SELLERS FRANK M. WEAVER EDWARD S. FREY GEORGE Ng LUCAS Business Manager HENRY C. BULLOCK Circulation Manager C. LESTER LACK Advertising Manager LESTER L. LEITZEL --:al 152 Ia-- 4 ug: A 4 4 - 'i ik, .U r ,H f .4 if 3 5 T H1 .'. ,?','fh4--,' Eff? -V' ' .,,,,, 5 1 My 2' 'fivf I. L .. nun. qi' 6 . 7 1 l P 1 5. Q P .1 - I W 1 1 , - 2. .I 7. f i H if' I I Q sl. 4 , Ni, ',1 v, I I 'A ., W ft I ,A x',' , 5' 1 1 ,I Q' CVATERERS l A to fastidious audiences, students ofthe college arts of speech and note - andgesture DEBATI 9 MUS C, DIQAMA H if . -T a T L P l l I D Q I r r ' 4 , 1 I , I C it QMVD Li' I Il lr 's y 4 S I T v 4 , Back Row, Left to Right-Seyfert, Kline, Liesman, Philson, Swensen, Jacobs, Stiles, Bristol, Lauve . l Front Row-Mumford, Herman, Dr. Cline, Freed, Shultz ' L 3 VARSITY DEBATING SQUAD I' J 1 gi J STEWART W. HERMAN, JR. ,JOSEPH W- SEYFERT xg WALTER B. FREED KARL L. MUMFORD f DONALD G. WETZEL THOMAS B. KLINE pl VIOGO SWBNSEN JAMES E. BRISTOL fi ARTHUR W. LAUVER, JR. SAMUEL R. PHILSON ig C. RICHARD JACOBS L. JOHN ANDERSON Hi ' During the season the following questions were debated: "Resolved, that the United li States should withdraw from the Kellogg Peace Pactv, and L'Resolved, that the nations should li S adopt a plan of complete disarmament, except such forces as are needed for police purpOSCS- A 1 SCHEDULE tg February 27 CafternoonJ .... ..... F ranklin and Marshall .... .... D isarmament 5 L L February 27 QeveningJ .... ...., T emple .............. , , Kellogg Peace Pact February 28 .......... ..... W estern Maryland ....... ..... D ual debate on Peace P21615 ll March 1 ........... ..... N ew York University .... . . Disarmament 1 L March 3 .... ..... R utgers .............. . . Kellogg Peace Pact .ll March 4 .... ..... L ehigh .......,................. Kellogg Peace Pact , 4 March 5 .... ..... S usquehanna ...................... Kellogg Peace Pact March 13 . . . ..... Triangular debate with Dickinson and 4 Muhlenberg ..................... Disarmament 35 April 2 .... ..... C atawba ....... ..... D isarmament li 5 A 4, 5 4 1 l J S1 154 '41 l H: 12 3 l " -' -Lf 'V'-5 f'Tig.i 'vf 'img . .- - 9 30 Sl 11 1 Vi .ff lg :I Back Row-Bryant, Yost, Zech Second Row-Weaver, johnson, Goss, S. Herman, R. Herman Front Row-Smith, Fisher, Harmon, Baker, Heck QJVQ CWL AND NICHTINCALE DRAMATIC CLUB President . MERRILL C. YosT ViCe'President CLARA BAKER Secretaryffreasurer . MARGARET SMITH Business Manager . FREDERICK EICIHIELEERGER Stage Manager . . MERIKILL YOST The following persons have played leading roles in the Owl and Nightingale productions during the year: CLARA BAKER STEWART W. HERLIAN, JR. MARGARET SMITH WAIKREN JOHNSON CAROLYN HARMON EDXVARD S. FREI' HELEN BERGSTRESSER FRED Goss WILLIAM H. ZECH ROL.KND BANES FRANK WEAVEIK ..::1 155 ls-- Back Row, Left to Right-Amps, Swoyer, Sweeney, Hollinger, Herman, Paden Second Row-Small, Moyer, Swank, Johnson, Burkholder, Stark, Heller, Hinkle, Craig, Lutze Front Row-Kadel, Snyder, Bamberger, Hershey, Zech, Liesman, Wiesner Q18 GLEE CLUB ORGANIZATION Director . . . ...... E. E. SCHROEDB11 Graduate Manager DR. R. FORTENBAUGH Student Leader . . ROBERT D. HBRSHBY Student Manager . . . . . WILLIAM H. ZECH PERSONNEL lst Tenors Znd Tenors lst Basses 2nd Basses C. L. Amps M. H. Craig J. H. Belt H. M. Burkholder R. F. Bamherger C. L. Hinkle R. D. Hershey J. Heller J. C. Hollinger W. C. Manges W. M. Horn C. H. JohnSOH C. D. Leatherman D. E. Small S. H. Moyer G. W. Kadel W. L. Sweney P. A. Swank M. B. Paden H. E. Reigle S. E. Walker K. G. Swoyer J. L. Wolf T. D. Shryer E. E. Wiesner W. H. Zech W. H. Snyder P. P. Ulrich Alternates: R. L. Herman, J. H. Klinefelter, F. L. Lutze, F. B. Myers, F. Vastine Accompanist: J. H. Liesmann --Q1 156 Ie-- COLLEGE BAND GRGANIZATION Conductor ....... B. H. SALTZER Manager . DR. R. FORTBNBAUGH Student Leader . PAUL L. RBASBR Student Manager . . HAROLD B. Moiuus PERSONNEL Piccolo, E. H. Schantz ' Clarinets J. R. Wert W. S. Lewis D. E. Small S. J. Runzo W. E. Patterson E. S. Fleming R. E. Carl J. W. Beamesderfer Saxophones H. B. Morris C. H. Johnson P. L. Reaser G. J. E. Kelsch P. H. Gleichman W. H. Oberlander Tromhones: M. S. Grove, G. H. Berkheimer, P. Swank, R. H. Heindel Baritones: W. L. Jacobs Altos: F. F. Smith, R. B. Martin, L. P. Kapp Drums: R. H. Witters, H. S. Smith, V. M. Wentz, M. B. Paden Basses: J. H. Rice, C. E. Painter Trumpets D. W. Beck C. A. Bentz P. R. V. Snyder L. A. Lenker C. L. Amps E. F. Briggs S. H. Moyer C. E. Schildknecht 157 1 1 J ? 4 . E I I 3 .5 Z S 4 rx if 5 l 9 SZ 5 fi L. I z if! 1,9 3 ii H im .ll E! I. N 1 ! 4 gi if I 4 is ei 2 Ev 4, . .ig f Q for Si 32'-.' t' iv a 'X' .M 1 .A -...-, . Ig, C -fe 1 5 An w - A .i,'-'i - A y 'Gu i l 5 .., A 1 F? 2 4? E ., . I t 15 gf. if-:fi fri 31.22 ,ft t it "fs . rj' 52. F 5.1.3 if 'i Ei. 'WPA inf' E241 V " is g'.Y":f., 5' ' 1. 5. fi: fi .Vt B4 gi' ir' Q 1 1 -.. 5 i i is E w ., 5 1 ' s ' E 7 -'mi ' i 3523- MA' i . .Li ii- A f-"4 , 'fy .H ." ,jf a .1-Q 5, ., 'z 6 4 , . .ii . v + 2 5 EZ 1'd. . it . up fffg , . 3 t 1: e 5 Yvv K 1 . it H, .fp f.r',f3 1 i 1 4 i 2 I r Z i F i Q 5 a . . 4 2 I 5 9 x i 8 l 1 2 4 1 i 1 i Q C 1 r . V' . 1' 1 L ",' ' 1 f 5' . . 1 ' A ,QQ ,ri ! . 4. 4 1 A I Back Row, Left to Right-Rice, Schildknecht, Carl, Berkheimer Second Row-Witters, Curley, Gleichman, Schantz, Breisacher, Bentz, Buchanan Front Row-Reaser, Beck, Prof. Saltzer, Amps, Johnson QJVQ CCLLEGE. ORCHESTRA. . ORGANIZATION Conductor . ....... B. H. SALTZBR Manager . DR. R. FORTENBAUGH Student Leader . S DELANO W. BECK Student Manager . . . . P. PAUL A. SWANK ' PERSCNNEL , Flute, E. H. Schantz ' , Violins P. L. Reaser C. H. Johnson C. F. Breisacher C. C. Gurley A. K. Buchanan R. H. Witters F. B. Myers Violincello, W. H. Bowman Clarinets R- S- SCCIY J. W. Beamesderfer R. E. Carl Saxophones - ' H. B. Morris P. H. Cleichman H. H. Cberlander G. J. E. Ke1SCh Piano, E. S. Ernst V Trombones P. A. Swank G. H. Berkheimer Bass, J. H. Rice Trumpets D- W- BCCLT C. L. Amps C. E. Schildknecht C. A. BCIYCZ --al 158 In- A ML Q ' l R Q :ER EH ox NK llrley s KelsCh :nfl ,L KZ. g. , 'N Q ODGAN ZATIDNS 1- .-.. A, A A G R 0 U P s organized for the solemf 7 'nity of comradeshi p and ' the joy of social enter' prize in youth FIQATEIQ N ITI ES 8 f , . , Baclq Row, Left to Right-Wiesner, Henkle, Styer, Smith, Leitzel, Zufall Front Row-Burtis, Holmes, Plank, Freed, Reaser, Daub QX8 INTERFRATERNITY CCUNCIL President Secretary Phi Kappa Psi W. H. Zufall F. M. Weaver Phi Delta 'Theta I. V. Hoffman D. E. Good Theta Kappa Nu C. M. Burtis R. W. Lucas F.. E. Weisner GHE Interfratern . MILTON C. PLANK WALTER B. FRBED 0 Q . - . FRATERNITY ROLL Phi Gamma Delta E. Gulian W. E. Styer A , Sigma Chi M. C. Plank L. L. Leitzel Sigma Alpha Epsilon W. H. Holmes Alpha 'Tau Omega P. L. Reaser R. M. Chamberlin J. R. Henkel Phi Sigma Kappa Tau Kappa Epsilon W. B. Freed H. A. Daub T. B. Kline F. F. Smith Kappa Delta Rho C. W. Coble ity Council is composed of two representatives from each nat10 fraternity on the campus. Its purpose is to regulate the policies of the various groups fraternity matters, to promote int . 1 h sponsor the PanfHellenic Dance. ramura at letics, to regulate fraternity rushing HU --:al 160 Ie-- ERATERNITY ROLL PHI KAPPA PsI ..... PHI GAMMA DELTA. . SIGMA CHI ...... PHI DELTA THETA. . . ALPHA TAU GMBGA. SIGMA ALPHA EPSILON THETA KAPPA NU. . . PHI SIGMA KAPPA. . . TAU KAPPA EPSILON. KAPPA DELTA RHO. . . Q18 .al 161 122-- Establ ished 1855 Established 1858 Estab lished 1863 Established 1875 Established 1882 Established 1883 Estab Estab lished 1924 lished 1925 Established 1926 Estab lished 1928 QV, 5333 .? gp? 5,7 2 :Ugg 'Rf' g V I Sq- gif X Q. i ,Ig . 4 . V gg. .Jia ' -V . 'Ja'-5-IW' 1 ,. . ,. if ,E 'f '1. ff is I 2 . 1 if--A 'IN xi- , -Q ga, 1 Pa' vi: . ir! Pg .5 527 I5 I is . . af, T 1-1. - fa- . .f iff Nil. V 3 A "1 1 ...V iff' ' ' If ae- R. .Is 134 .tiff 5' . 3-5 M- ' tif 51 44.1 g. 1' W VI! + za .1 3 1: .. .5 In 1 H - 1' we -',f:5r gif' 'Qi .A :ff e" iv.. . 11 1 iv ' 1 1 I 1 -. '2 .Lx 4 I J di' J' q l!l!:1,z' 1Y'. 21 A . . -v V. PHI KAPPA PSI Founded at jefferson College, 1852 ACTIVE CHAPTERS, 50 PENNSYLVANIA EPSILON CHAPTER FRATRES IN FACULTATE G. D. STAHLEY, '71 G. R. MILLER, '19 FRATER IN PRAEPARATIONIS FACULTATE C. R. WOLF, '23 W. A. MCCLEAN, '82 C. G. CRIST, '03 S. F. LEHMAN, '12 FRATRES IN CCLLEGIO Seniors R. D. CLARE W. H. ZUFALL C. G. MYERS E. S. BANRERT J. C. HOLLINGER W. M. HORN G. AzAR, JR. J. Z. BOWERS W. D. COWBLL D. D. ECK E. S. ERNEST D. C. juniors A F. A Sophomores L. P. R. W. L. JACOBS Freshmen R. H. GIEEORD C. R. GILBERT P. J. GNAU E. F. HARNER C. S. HORNING --21 162 Ie-- L. HERTZLER M. SPANGLER M. WEAVER G. NIcHoLAs A. SWANK D. TAYLOR S. A. MCCLELLAN J. M. ROBB R. F. SHEELY A. M. SHOEMAKER R. SMITH, JR. Back Row-McClellan, Azar, Gnau, Cowell, Smith, Hafner, Horning, Ernst, Gifford, Sheeley Second Row-Hollinger, Jacobs, Swank, Weaver, Shoemaker, Weary, Robb, Myers, Gilbert, Taylor, Eck Bankert, Bowers, Nicholas, Horn Front Row-Hertzler, Fleagle, Zufall, Clare, Spangler -9 x .,,, .. . . . ...- .. .. .. . . . 5. .y - .... ,-..: . .' .' .' .': ' . ."f'.' if? ' :....-... Lu.: .--- :eg . . , . .. . .. ,.- .- . . ..-,I .", q .... . Q.. --,....-.-.-,4 . c,- Y- UH' ,.-.2,.-.a U. : .' 0 V lu'I X O ' lf5..'- 'Q x,s . ' ' KA. B BA --:QI 163 III'- In f ' f I , , .. Ia- S I 4,, ' :1 Q... P. , ia:dy...51ziP:?-4' PHI GAMMA DELTA Founded at jefferson College, 1848 ACTIVE CHAPTERS, 70 XI CHAPTER FRATER IN SEMINARIO FACULT-ATE H. C. ALLEMAN FRATRES IN FACULTATE M. H. VALENTINE H. T. BREAM F- H- CT-UTZ T. L. CLINE A I- F- WAGNER FRATRES IN PRAEPARATICNIS FACULTATE C. H. HUBER R. R. BERGSTRESSER FRATRES IN SEMINARIO F. H. CLUTZ R. R. BERGSTRESSER ' FRATRES IN URBE D. M. MOSER J. D. SWOPE G. J. BENNER H. M. ROTI-I E. S. CROUSE M. K. ECKERT C. H. SMITH A. A. PARTNER H. L. BENDER FRATRES IN COLLEGIO - Seniors P. P. ULRICH W. W. ALDINGER G. A. RINGWALD W. H. BECK, IR. E. GULIAN D. R. HOYT juniors W. F. ANGLEMOYER A. G. LOVELAND G. C. FRANTZ W. L. RHEIN J. R. HILL I. B. SINCLAIR C. H. STECK A J. W. EVANS W. E. STYER Sophomores T. W. METSGER E. KORTE R. C. COPE Freshmen H. E. STROCK R. L. WAGNER J. H. CROUSE --:II 164 IR-- J. W. HALL W. E. BITNER K. H. DEARDOREE E. S. JOHNSON C. H. BEAR V. I. NEEE W. STAUPEER Back Row-Steclc, Korte, Robinson, R. Wagner, J. Wagner, Mosebrook, Crouse, Huber, Weiler, Strock 'Third Row-Franz, Metzger, Rhein, Sinclair, Cope, Neif, Bitner Second Row-Styer, Baer, Nice, Loveland, Hoyt, Nace, Evans, Hill, Anglemoyer, johnson From: Row-Aldinger, Hall, Ulrich, Ringwalcl, Beck W ! 1 J 5 0- wma 1Z84f4!2?qvfm. ulflulllvff W 4 f t I4 v J M Y i 5: I n T 1. ll: nl Q 4:1 105 kc-- SIGMA CHI Founded at Miami University, 1855 ACTIVE CHAPTERS, 89 THETA CHAPTER ERATRESQIN FACULTATE P. M. BIKLE A. G. M. WALTERS C. F. STAHLE D. P. MOPHERSON J. D. KEITH P. R. BIKLE J. A. DICKSON C. A. BIKLE H. C. BIKLE R. C. DAVIS J. D. BERT L. J. ANDERSON C. W. FONKBN R. A. EVANS J. C. HEATON A. M. JONES FRATRES IN URBE V J. M. DICKSON R. F. BELL G. K. BREAM J. BUTT W.' G. WEAVER FRATRES IN COLLEGIO Seniors M. C. HALLOOK ,H. L. HOOD C. L. LACK M. C. PLANK Juniors J. B. DICKSON R. H. KLINGER Sophomores J. S. HOLMES E. R. BEARD L. W. SCHLICHTER Freshmen C. H. MERRER R. R. RUEGGE --:al 166 Irs-- B. BILLHEIMER R. G. MUMMA H. M. HERSH W. C. SHEELY K. P. BERGER A. R. BUEHLER W. L. HAFER H. H. REUNING J. L. SWARTZ ' RLH. WAITE L. L. LEITZELL M. B. EMR: J..C. BRITCHER L. A. LENKER H. A. ROCHE R. E. WISE if 2!ZZ.Z'!HHZli.!,22151151111111'I1'l1111!ll'l'l11l11lf' " i EBM!!! ' 1 w eww Back Row-Ruegge, Beard, Wise, Schlicter, Merker, Heaton, Singley Second Row-Britcher, Dickson, Anderson, Holmes, Cunningham, Klinger, Fonker, Hood, jones, Lenker, Evans, Emig Front Row-Bikle, Reunning, Waite, Lack, Hallock, Plank, Davis, Leitzel, Swartz, Bert, Bikle Q R ' 1 1 ' L .U 1 I Z ,flf 1 'NX NV N Y Q N , A . . .fY,.,.,:,.,Q H., 1-.LHEQ-S.-1 . 1 1 , 3 F x. Q .. "" 41: '- 1 CIIIPCES vmraixir 1117 kr- i 1 I 1 . E I 1 l I 1 i 's 15' 1 559 l ,S V7 fi 1-1 ,. ful 5 . l li' gl. fs . Wlll 'I ,l i. jr 1 l . 1 . I l b , l i 1 , 1 C 1 W, 11 c l 1,1 V1 ,.. 11 sl, 1 14 A 1, nl l F ll: '1-1 ll 1! , I 27 l, re Q1 11 31 T 1 . JJ ,V lfwl Q2 .1 if ll 2' il, C 1l2' L ,H , . 1 l l F' 11 PHI DELTA THETA Founded at Miami University, 1848 ACTIVE CHAPTERS, 97 PENNSYLVANIA BETA CHAPTER FRATER IN FACULTATE Captain W. R. MACREYNOLDS FRATER IN PRAEPARATIONIS FACULTATE R. H. NEIKIRK R. C. HARTLEY F. S. FABER C. B. AUMILLER C. H. CRAMER F. A. EICHELBERGER G. S. BAYLEY H. M. BOWERS J. C. ERNEST E. C. ANDERSON L. E. DEVON W. L. LEASE J. W. STONER E. E. ZIEGLER FRATRES IN URBE D. BLOCHER J. E. MUSSELMAN FRATRES IN CCLLEGIO Seniors I. V. HOFFMAN H. B. HULL J. M. MCALPINE Juniors D. E. GOOD E. A. J. HARDY J. E. HOWER Sophomores J. W. LIVENGOOD D. W. LONG L. F. WAGNER Freshmen A. J. MOCARTY --:al 168 Ie-- FRATRES IN SEMINARIO C. C. KAUFMAN D. J. FORNEY ' F. P. HAEHNLEN E. J. MCMILLEN D. M. STONER J. W. ROY J. S. MESSIC J. W. STARR I. F. ZEIGLER 1 S. WALKER J. H. KLINEFELTER L. P. KAPP C. L. EBY Back Row-Eby, Hanshaw, Stoner, Ott, McMillen, McCarty Third Row-Walker, Klienfelter, Hower, Wagner, Long, Anderson, Livingood, Devon Second Row--Stark, Messic, Lease, Good, Zeigler, Ernest, Bowers, Bayley, Gulick Front Row-Aumiller, Hull, Hoffman, Roy, Eichelberger, Stoner, Cramer, McMillan, McAlpine , I ... ..- I. J Q-A gn 5 . 'fa " I uq ,S A 1 1 ,N . 1,1 'I J' 1 -all lmbl '15, .f ' Q 'hi fi' fr r M r ,' Q:-. X "-iwff-fv A X31 'Y ' ' T f, ff ' n U " . - 'git-.flQj.fQA M 9 X X X E I 6.5 5 ' ,Fil --:QI 169 R. W. SCOTT N. H. SEGNER J. R. GULICR E. FRESE E. J. Kopp C. V. REED C. L. SUPLEE R. M. CROUTHAMEL L. B. MORRIS ALPHA TAU OMEGA Founded at Virginia Military Institute, 1865 ACTIVE CHAPTERS, 92 PENNSYLVANIA ALPHA UPSILON CHAPTER FRATRES IN FACULTATE B, FORTENBAUGH J. B. ZINN FRATER IN SEMINARIO W. KBRNBR FRATRES IN URBE R. C. TOPPER G. GARDNER FRATRES IN COLLEGIO Seniors A J. B. STECKLEY P. REASER C. W. SNYDER C. E. SMUCR juniors S. GULICR M. TYSON O. FRIES R. CHAMBERLIN G. DRESS Sophomores H. P. RAFFENSBERGER W. G. W. CLATANOFF B. POST . R. E. TOOMES Freshmen J. C. HAWKINS D. C. LYTLE --QI 170 Ib- A L. W. RITTER Back Row-Diehl, Reed, Eden, Morris, Clatanoff, Raffensperger, Crouthamel Fourth Row-Mullin, Dress, Smith, Vastine, Stauffer, Lytle, Hawkins Third Row-Mergard, Suplee, Post, Toombs Second Row-Miller, Kopp, Fries, Tyson, S. Gulick Front Row-Frese, Snyder, Steckley, Smuck, R. Gulick, Reaser, Chamberlin Jw no M .-- . 4 Wir- fvn vw. ,,, ..,.,x 0- .1 - Whit. ,,lU.-- ,. rv 1 v - 5. . .1 Q. xr - 11,115 ,, u .--E ..--' GCT. 'TE , i 4 Q Q1 ' .e r '-,iff gag lWfWMHlJWUW ,fi 171 15:- I- SIGMA ALPHA EPSILCN . G. REEN, '2O' G aww Paws FQQE came? Z Z Q E . M. SCHARP, ex '25 F. HARBACH, '15 . J. PEDUZZI, '27 J. R. HENKEL D. L. HOUSER J. P. MANGES W. H. LAPP M. E. SANTANIELLO G. M. GARDNER C. T. RENSHAW Founded at University of Alabama, 1856 ACTIVE CHAPTERS, 105 PENNSYLVANIA DELTA CHAPTER FRATRES IN FACULTATE J. W. OSTROM, '26 FRATRES IN URBE H. R. SHEELY, '24 G. A. SCHARF, ex '27 FRATRES IN -COLLEGIO Seniora J. J. RocHE D. R. MCILLHENY E. E. DAVIS juniors E. B. UTZ A. S. HAAS G. E. LAMB M. J. 'MCCEOY Sophomores AJ. C. BIGHAM Freshmen G. D. WHITCRAFT E. L. BAUM --21 172 IP-- O F105 W. BEACHEM, E. MCCAMMON 84 L. BREAM, '14 W. HUNTER, ex 25 C. K. SHULTZ H K. SCOTT W. E. HENLEY D. D. BREAM C. K. NEWEOULD H. E. RIEGLE T. H. SWARTZ W. WEIKERT H. M. CRAIG W. C. REIDER G. R. YEAGER I , V w ,tiff AQVL..-qi , -4 . -. . t. .1..., - .' ., My , . 1- +1-fa-. , mr. : QQ-.. 1111. ' V. a. ' nicks.. Back Row-Riegle, Renshaw, Yeager, Arnold Third Row-Harper, Lapp, Roche, Gardner, Baum, Jenkins, Nace, Weikert, Whitcraft, Bigharn, Craig Second Row-Ihrig, Swartz, Santinello, Henkle, Rieder, Hauser, Haas, Bream, Newbold, J. Manges, Utz, McCloy, Lamb Front Row-Henley, Scott, Lind, Hoke, Holmes, Roche, Davis, Mclllheny, W. Manges Q ,114 it H at P X - X -Q -1-A X, I -5 . i'7Q ,A-' N ' A Q, , i A,-, 'git filly' Q Z if 7. Y I ff , ,, 1 E272-i A 5 ' H a':dhQ,i- ' cf., f r ' f .4 Q xsxzl Wino v, ix .f- --:QI 1723 IFN THETA KAPPA NU Founded at Drury College, 1924 v w ACTIVE CHAPTERS, 45 PENNSYLVANIA ALPHA CHAPTER FRATER IN FACULTATE H. R. GREFNHOLT FRATRES IN PRAEPARATICNIS FACULTATE A L. C. SAUNDBRS L. R. TABOR G. W. HOFFMAN C. C. Fox - G. J. E. KELSCH J. D. SCHUSSLER M. C. YOsT J. -L. WOLF C. R. JACOBS R. D. HERSHEY R. W. LUCAS L. C. STRAUSBAUGH J. A. KROUT H. S. SMITH C. D. LEATHERMAN E. W. JBAKER C. C. Fox FRATRES IN SEMINARIO H. S. KEITER E. BAKER FRATRES IN COLLEGIO Seniors T. O. DOYLB C I . M. BURTIS, JR. E. B. KELLER Juniors H. A. MOLLER H. M. PAYNB J. E. REBSE F. A. NILBS R. W. SORENSON Sophomores ' J. M. ZBLOH M. J. SHEADS H. D. ALTOBELLO Freshmen J. W. NBASE --QI 174 Ie-- F. S. HOFFMAN H. H. MAHL H. W. SCHROEDBR R. E. HUNTSBERGER J. E. MUMPBR H. H. JOHNSON F. D. Goss J. A. GAUGHAN F. W. HERMAN W. C. JOHNSON J. T. KBISTER R. T. SELTZER R. L. HERMAN L. L. BITLBF. R. L. NISSLY Back Row-Gaughan, Nease, Swoyer, B. Herman, Niles, Zelch, Strausbaugh, Krout, Smith Second Row-Keister, Stockberger, Hershey, Jacobs, Sorrenson, Moller, Lucas, Payne, F. Herman, Nisley R. johnson Sitting-Reese, Leatherman, Mumper, Burtis, Kelch, Schussler, Fox, Yost, H. johnson, Goss 1 ..' - H Q56 5 WR Quasauc vm I-51 --:II 175 ITC" ......-.....h...-..-..-.. n v v 2 i n i s I 4 1 5 E c Q ?' f I l 1 4 I I I! fl 1? it its ISF Ll? Il.. I i I 1 i. L 2 1 I .Ig LI' ff" K nf' . I -. w ,l J ,I I I Qif 2:1 -I 131 ay . . Sm Az' Ili,-, ... Ip.. ll-4 lsr li ' 411i ' life- llf II.. E157 iii: -. I., . If jf ls' PI-II SIGMA KAPPA vgvv l . sH.r I., I. . :J 3 13 , . I. if L 1 Founded at Massachusetts Agricultural College, 1873 ACTIVE CHAPTERS, 49 V l I . 1. RHO DEUTERON CHAPTER Als- FRATRES IN FACULTATE I "'l . F. H. KRAMER C. P. CESSNA W. C. WALTEMEYER "A- I 'lt' iii ERATER IN PRAEPARATIONIS EACULTATE 'il A W. H. CRONLUND RAN., I Iiir 1 .Ii 3 , I ERATRES IN SEMINARIO H. C. KLINE P. T. WARFIELD W- E- FOX ff I 1 E. P. HEINZE W. VAN H. DAVIES C. S- M- RUDISILL 123 A , ' FRATRES IN URBE V. S. F. SNYDER C. R. SHUMAN .....V I . I . v l 4' -... 1 . - il . Q - FRATRES IN COLLEGIO QI. Seniors f 'h W. B. FREED S. W. HERMAN, JR. W. H- SNYDER Il g., R juniors -Q 7 V. SWENSEN C. N. LUCAS C. H. JOHNSON .Y M. H. STILES D. R. HEIGES W. K. Ross W. B1 STOCK L. H. SNYDER , E. S. FREY A J. R. WERT E. W. STARE E. C. BEARD . W. H. ZECH T. B. KLINE R. BARKLEY he Sophomores A J. S. BRICKER h C. C. GURLEY L. E. MCCARL D. B. STRAWBRIDGE W. H. WOOD S. R. PHILSON J. E. BRISTOL C. L. HINKLE G. BACHMAN Freshmen E R. W. CRONLUND P. H. GLEICHMAN W. C. LUCAS E. J. L. GILLESPIE C. M. HAMSHER E. P. TURNBACH is R. H. HEINDEL 32, .gi --:II 176 Ie-- sllr' Efi' UU ' ie' If..- .. iii . fish - Baclg Row-Hamsher, Lucas, Gillespie, Heindel, Cronlund, Wood Fourth Row-Brown, Bristol, McCarl, Gurley, Philson, Hinkle, Bricker Third Row-Kline, Stare, johnson, Barnitz, Baughman Second-Row-Strawbridge, Gleichman, Zech, Swenson, Ross, Frey, Snyder, Heiges, Barkley, Turnbach Front Row-Lucas, Wert, Freed, Herman, Snyder, Stiles, Stock gialfliuz. .611 177 1::-- TAU KAPPA EPSILON A Founded at Illinois Wesleyan University, 1899 ACTIVE ACHAPTERS, 30 , PsI CHAPTER FRATRES IN FACULTATE . R A ARMs J. G. GLENN I B. H. SALTZER FRATER IN SEMINARIO h ' O. R. HEIL ' FRATRES IN URBE G. J. HILL L. J. FITZPATRICK ' FRATRES IN GOLLEGIO D. W. BECK J. H. BOMGARDNER C. H. BLooM H. A. DAUB F. R. HOUDINA L. C. AMPS E. S. FLEMING P. J. HAND F. B. KOONTZ R. F. BAMBERGER F. V. BOUGHTER G. F. BREISACHER L. G. COLIO J. W. BANKERT W. W. BASTIAN J. F. DETTREY A. G. HOYT Seniors funiors Sopliomores 'H' . I M.. ' ' Freshmen I --Q1 178 IE-- S. J. JURBALA W. V. LAUER E. W. RICKENBACH P. K. TUSSEY H. P. VAN ORMER F. F. SMITH D. W. STONER J. MCWILSON S. H. MOYER M. B. PADEN L. L. PANEBAKER R. H. WITTERS W. H. OBERLANDER D. G. STONER R. K. ULRICH Back Row--jenkins, Cowen, Hoyt, Detre, Briesacher, Panebaker, Ulrich, Oberlander, Banl-zert, Stoner Second Row-Bamberger, Witters, Colio, Fleming, Stoner, Wilson, Smith, Boughter, Koontz, Paden, Amps Front Row-Beck, Van Ormer, Baumgartner, jurbala, Houdina, Lauer, Tussey, Rickenbach, Daub, Bloom 41 179 1::-- E ft' , 'Sm ,c -V13 '9 .wil f l .. ,, 5, 'L .ty . E A. C. DECRER H. H. LBNZ J. H. LIESMAN E. E. WIESNER W. M. SWANK H. B. MORRIS G. W. AUMILLER 'C. W. COBLE R. M. BUCHER F. BRIGGS J. D. MCGRAW R. S. MALONY W. H. ARMENTO KAPPA DELTA RHC Founded at Middlebury College, 1905 ACTIVE CHAPTERS, 18 PI CHAPTER FRATER IN FACULTATE OTTO MULLER FRATRES IN SEMINARIO E. L. BOTTIGER FRATRES IN COLLEGIO Seniors S. H. GIBSON H. C. BULLOCK F. V. ARMENTO R. M. BANES juniors R. G. SEAKS Sophomores D. B. DIEI-IL C. A. MAYBERRY Freshmen F. B. MYERS D. E. ENDERS M. D. RUDISILL --Q1 180 IE-- L. W. CLEWELL D. F. BRAKE N. J. WEIKERT P. E. STEIN L. L. BRYANT F. L. LUTZE R. B. MARTIN R. M. TIDD A. R. RIVINBURGH J. S. HOUGHTON G. W. SCOTT C. F.. PAINTER H. A. REEHLING Bac Row Meyers, Malony, W Arrnento, Bucher, Jones, Briggs Scott Maberry MtGraxx blbbs Fntth Pamter, Clark, Reehling, Miller Klpp Second Row-Coble T1dd Aumlller, Lutze, Diehl, Morris, Schrader Martln Rlxenbtrgh Suk Houvhton Rudisill, Enders Front Row F Armento Bullock, Swank, Weisner, Stem Lelsman Welkert Bryant Bants O ,pa X' 4 W A. s fd: 'i A I I 5 C : , - I 4-5 ,Q Q - '- 21754121-S"g Q '-A . ' I v". -wg..-1-f. 1- .1--t, ." 'I-'g s '91 4' ' .Cn In ii 'af'-'-' 44.25 -ZH". :-'- "3 f vY'7.K.,z .J if .x 2 "SQ-"'f+ 3 Vim? '4.'.T75?-'Ifg. " 1' it-"if-?"'r Lf 1' ,4:::4. 151. ' 1, J" .. - - 5. .I , - . -L-LV., 1:""x?'-1 :Q ' '.-A. fi" 1 iafirlil ' .'., .Al .- . K th, 1. . .yi 1' , U ' 0 3 --:QI ISI Irv CLUBS STAR CLUB. . . . .FOUNDED 1879 PHI KAPPA RHO. . . . .FOUNDBD 1928 --Q1 18215-- Bac Row Mentzer Stark Sweeney Hargreaves, Rice S cond Row Patterson Sullwan Lengle Miller, Berkheimer Front Row Lawver B1eber Luckenbaugh, Wentz MEMBER IN SEMINARY E. E. Bnaura j. H. Rrczz C. A. MIiNTZlfR W. E. SULL1vAx G. D. Parrmmsox R. E. CI.-KRL V JI 'S I 4 if I f Back Row-Marrow, Strevig, Beachley, Hege, Barley Second Row--Seyfert, Walker, Mumford, Hampshire, Heckman, Shivley, Cooper, Wagner, Parkmson J. E. HILL G. E. LITTLE H. A. AHALT H. L. MENKEL M. L. TOZEII W. S. LEWIS R. PARKINSON M. A. HECKMAN H. O. WALKER R. E. BARLEY Front Row-Bowles, Daniels, Tozer, Keslar, Bilman QXVQ PHI KAPPA RHO Founded, 1928 FRATER IN FACULTATE D. E. WEIDNEP. FRATRES IN SEMINARIO R. H. MILLER J. C. STUFF J. S. BISHOP FRATRES IN COLLEGIO Seniors G. L. BILLMAN A. W. BOLZE C. B. DANIELS juniors P. E. COOPER Sophomores O. S. WAGNEP. Freshmen H. M. HEGE F. A. BEACHLEY --QI 184 Irs-- A. E. SPECK R. C. SLOOP R. M. WISE R. I. LIPPERT L. D. KESLAR C. BIRX K. L. MUMFORD J. W. SEYEERT R. D. SHIVELY J. R. STREVIG Ui A I ff' ' ' I . .L 'V -QQ W .X 3 Ji. VV 'WY Lg' , ' .51 A X K 4 4 gi RANKS of high esteeni, fmembers ' choSenfor.thei'r sincerity A A and worth, forunotable i gr c W i college achievement X,l F S, ' 1 Ml k w I L 4 x - HDNDIQAIQY SDCIET ES ,LF i 2 ff 5 I 1 ii li n 4 1 Q 3 . Lfq x i I 11 ii! K, f ,, ll ,M I. it i W F i l I 1 X i .. J ' Z-I I , "N f'X f -z' . g, . ' - . , , i . . . l v r A 4' . L Bac Row Le t to Right-Lauver Wetzel Swensen Dr Mason Front Row-Kline Herman Freed Dr. Cline Dean Tilberg QJQ TAU KAPPA ALPHA HONORARY FORENSIC FRATERNITYD Founded at Butler College 1908 FRATRES IN FACULTATE T L CLINE PHD W E TILBERG PHD G S WARTHEN MA FRATRES IN COLLEGIO Semors W B FREED S W HERMAN D G WETZEL W H HOLMES umors T B KLINE A W LAWVER V SWENSEN .JI 186 If Back Row, Left to Right-Greenholt, Tabor, Wagner, Aldinger, Sellers, Birx, Morris Front Row-Davies, Herman, Yost, Dr. Valentine, Dr. Stahley, Dr. Saby, Richard, Stallsmith, Dr Mason UVB PHI BETA KAPPA I I l H. W. A. HANSON M. BIKLE FU G. D. STAHLEY K. J. GRIMM C. F. SAUNDERS M. H. VALENTINE A. BILLHEIMER J. ABBRLY F. H. CLUTZ W. V. DAv1Es W. W. ALDINGER C. BIRX S. W. HERMAN CNATIONAL HONORARY SCHOLASTIC FRATERNITYD Founded at College of William and Mqry, 1776 PENNSYLVANIA IOTA CHAPTER FRATRES IN FACULTATE F. H. KRAMER R. S. SABY J. B. ZINN R. FORTENBAUGH C. B. STOVER G. R. LARKIN G. S. WARTHEN FRATRES IN SEMINARIO FACULTATE H. C. ALLEMAN FRATER IN PRAEPARATIONIS FACULTAT C. H. HUBER F RATRES IN SEMINARIO - A. C. DECRER A P. .W. DELAUTER L. W. HEILMAN FRATRES IN COLLEGIO G. W. KADEL H. B. MORRIS MELBA L. RICHARDS ...II 187121-- F. C. MAsoN H. G. HAMME H. R. GREENHOLT J. F. WAGNER F. H. CLUTZ J. D. NOVAK W. V. DAVIES A. R. WENTZ E H. S. KEITER L. R. TABOR C. C. SELLERS HELEN K. STALLSMITH M. C. Yos'r I H I I 9 I if I W Qu I I 4 I .. I 5. L. li I 1 1 1 A a I v I. I . 'T Ii I I w I I I I I 5 3 I Ii E 2 V I ,I iw I i I I I I i w I Back Row, Left to Right-Swartz, Bortner, Arnspacher, Thompson, Tyson Second Row-McMillan, Stare, H. C. Bikle, C. A. Bikle, FOX, Wolf Front Row-Holmes, Gross, Kadel, Snyder, Reaser, Yost, Dr. Stahley H. W. A. HANSON E. W. CHENEY G. S. WARTHEN J. S. BOUGHTON H. R. GREENHOLT B. R. KADEL P. M. BIKLE QJVE KAPPA PHI KAPPA CHONORARY EDUCATION FRATERNITYD Founded at Dartmouth, 1922 FRATRES IN FACULTATE G. D. STAHLEY C. P. CESSNA C. A. SLOAT E. O.'VON SOHWBRDTNER J. F. F. WAGNER H. KRAMER C. B. STOVER A. BILLHEIMER R. FORTENBAUGH C. F. SANDERS C. G. REEN T. L. CLINE H. G. HAMME L. J. HAUSER J. D. NOVAK FRATRES IN PRAEPARATIONIS FACULTATE C. R. WOLFE C. W. SNYDER W. H. HOLMES E. E. DAVIS P. L. REASER M. C. YOST G. W. KADEL M. A. TYSON J. L. WOLF F. S. HOFFMAN H. L. HANN FRATRES IN COLLEGIO TU!'11C'lfIEC3f'UTU FU Seniors E. STEIN C. BORTNER C. FOX H. GROss A. BIKLE GULIAN F. AMSPACKER juniors W. STARR --QI 188 In-- M. H. CRONLUND D. R. MCILLHENY H. C. BIRLE J. SWARTZ E. J. MOMILLEN E. B. WIBLE M. S. GROVE L. J. THOMPSON C. E. SCHILDKNECHT Back Row, Left to Right-Bieber, Belt, Snyder, Bortner, Hallock, Aldinger, Gross, Reighter, Liesman, Billman Front Row-Captain Morris, Ringwald, Lack, Kadel, Captain McReynolds GJD SCABBARD AND BLADE CHONORARY MILITARY FRATERNITYD Founded at University of Wisconsin, 1905 COMPANY "E" THIRD REGIMENT HONORARY MEMBER H. W. A. HANSON Q ASSOCIATE MEMBERS Captain W. S. MORRIS, U.S.A. Captain W. R. C. L. LACK I G. A. RINGWALD G. W. KADEL H. H. GRoss L. C. AMPS J. R. HENREL W. K. Ross ACTIVE MEMBERS Seniors W. W. ALDINGER I E. E. BIEBER J. H. BELT G. L. BILLMAN P. C. BORTNER juniors. V. SWENSEN J. A. MILLER F. M. WEAVER --:II 189 Ib-- MCREYNOLDS, U.S.A M. C. HALLOCK J. H. LIESMAN K. M. REIGHTER W. H. SNYDER E. W. STARR C. A. MENTZER D. E. SMALL I I IQ I I I I I I Q ' ' ' II ' .4 I I . I . I I, 1I I I I I I I I I I II If I I I I I I II II II II I I I I I I I I I I I I I I DR. J. M. DICKSON DR. C. C. CRIST DR. J. B. SNYDER DR. H. H. PENROD DR. P. R. SEIBER C STAHLEY R P MARSH E WEISLER J HAND H JOHNSON M WEAVER A BIKLE Back Row, Left to Right-Roche, H. C. Bikle, Swartz, Johnson, Tidd, C. A. Bikle, W. H. Snyder, Schlichter, Belt Front Row-L. H. Snyder, Weaver, Dr. Marsh, Wiesner, Dr. Stahley, Sorensen, Hand QJQ BETA BETA BETA CHONORARY BIOLOGICAL FRATERNITYD Founded at Oklahoma City University, 1922 RHO CHAPTER ALUMNI MEMBERS DR. J. K. SMALL DR. N. FISHER DR. L. KAUFMAN DR. L. S. WEAVER DR. S. MEISENHELDER ACTIVE MEMBERS J J ROOHE L H SNYDER J A MILLER J H BELDT C H BLOOM R M TIDD .EI 190 If-- DR. H. C. HOFFMAN DR. B. Z. CASHMAN DR. A. G. MILLER DR. L. K. MUSSELMAN DR. J. B. MCALLISTER R. W. SORENSON J. SWARTZ H. C. BIKLE W. H. SNYDER L. SCHLICTER P. SNYDER F. R. HOUDINA Back Row, Left to Right-Daub, Schultz, Stein, Hartel, Seaks Front Row-Lauver, Bortner, Dr. Saby, Seyfert Q18 PI LAMBDA SIGMA CHONORARY PRE'LEGAL FRATERNITYD HON. MOLEAN STOCK P. C. BORTNER H. A. DAUB P. E. STEIN C. K. SCHULTZ GAMMA CHAPTER HCNCRARY MEMBERS DR. R. S. SABY ACTIVE MEMBERS J. W. HARTLE .-Q1 191 In-- HON. G. M. NEELY J. W. SEYPERT R. G. SEAKS D. E. GOOD FRANK WICKERSHAM Back Row, Left to Right-Reaser, Yost, Roche, Heiges, Hoke, Henkle, Stare Front Row-Holmes, McMillen, Snyder, Cramer, McCloy QM PEN AND SWURD CHONORARY UPPER'CLASS ACTIVITY SOCIETYJ F ounded, 1897 FACULTY MEMBERS G. D. STAHLEY M. H. VALENTINE A- H BU-I-HETMER W. H. VAN DAVIES F. H. KRAMER C. W BEACHEM H. T. BREAM Seniors Pen Sword W. H. HOLMES C. H. CRAMER C. W. SNYDER E. GULIAN M. C. Yosr P. L. REASER D. R. HEIGES E. W. STARE Juniors E. J. MCMILLEN H. H. HOKE P. K. TUSSEY J. J. ROCHE M. J. MCCLOY F. KOONTZ J. R. HENKELR CCOMPLISHMENT is the single keynote through which one gains adm1ttance 1 the Pen and Sword honor society. An individual's accomplishments may be In any 0 the major extrafcurricular activities. The society itself nominates, and the entire stu CH body elects the new fmemb . M I considered the greatest honor which graduate student at Gettysburg, ers embership is confined to the two upper classes an can be bestowed by the student body UPOH HI'-Y UH --QI 192 Ie-- l Back Row, Left to Right-Nevvbould, Heiges, Wolf Front Row-Stare, Herman, Yost, Lucas QJVQ BLUE CRCCCDILES Founded, 1923 COLLEGE Seniors S- W- HERMAN, JR- M. C. YosT W. H. HOLMES I juniors G- K- NEWBOULD D. R. HEIGES G. N. LUCAS E. W. STARE J. L. WOLF LUE CRCCODILES is an honor society limited to those Who have exhibited merif torious expression in the Held of journalism. Its aim is to promote interest in journalistic endeavors and to strive unceasingly to develop in the College publications a loftier plane of eXPf2SSiOn. To be granted the signal honor of membership in Blue Crocodiles bespeaks untiring accomplishment. - --al 193 Ia-- Q H Back Row, ,Left to Right-Gelbach, Young, Carl, Sellers, Bieber Second Row-Tyson, Boltze, Birx, Yeagy, Heiges, Hall Front Row-Mumford, Hershey, Jacobs, Lauver, Tozer MVS PHILHELLENIC SDCIETY President . . RICHARD jAcoBs VicefP1esident ARTHUR LAUVBR Secretary ROBERT HBRSHEY i Treasurer CARL MUMFORD HE Philhellenic Society was organized in 1927. Its purpose is "the development and promotion of interest in the classical studies among the students of the collegef' Those students who have maine tained a high standard of scholarship in Greek or Latin, or have sbovvn a remarkable interest in the classics, are eligible for election. The Society meets bifvveekly, at which time two papers, dealing with some phase of the ancient past are read. Also, the Society endeavors to have, as a guest, at least one eminent scholar of ancient Greece or Rome, yearly. To Dr. Billheimer, for his staunch friendship and unassuming advice, to which much of the success of the organization is due, the Society is ever grateful. .-Q1 194 Ie-- V FI W R R.S . ARMBNTO . BULLOCK . Goss GULICK HOFPMAN . Hoon Bddi ROW, Left to Right-Wert, Gulick, Haas, Goss, Kirst, Newbould, Bullock Front Row-Reunning, Hood, Snyder, Armento, Frese QJQ ALPHA PSI EPSILON ' - QA QV in HJ' 'PL CHONORARY ECONOMIC FRATERNITY, Founded at Gettysburg College, 1927 HONORARY MEMBERS . SABY G. R. LAR f ACTIVE MEMBERS E. B. KELLER R. J. Kmsi' D. R. MCILLHENY J. D. SCHUSSLER G. W. SNYDER .sl 195 le-- E z FU?-1CECDrn A. S. FRESE K. NBWBOULD H. REUNING WERT FLEMING HAAS 4 l 4 4 i 4 l l 1 1 1 i E 9 4 3 P ! I 4 3 3 Q f I 2 I . i - 'L 'E ....,....-,a i 4 A A Back Row, Left to Right--Small, Fox, Leitzel, Beard Second Row-Herman, Ross, Stare, Sorensen, Keister, Boughter, Liesman, Bamberger, Lutze, Amps Front Row-Boltze, Birx, Johnson, Dr. Grimm, Prof. von Schwerdtner, Prof. Gutmann, Bortner QJVQ DEUTSCHE VEREIN N T OFFICERS President , . . . . HENRY BLOOM ViCC'PTCS1'd6Hf . GUSTAVE RINGWALD Secretary . . PALMER BORTNER Treasurer . . . G. HAROLD JOHNSON HE Deutsche Verem is oneof the oldest student organizations on the campus. It had its beginning shortly after the founding of the college in 1832. In a region rich in Germanic backgroundland traditions, it has stressed the value of a speaking knowledge of the German language. r - " The Verem is under student management, the German Department of the faculty acting in an advisory capacity. To facilitate the acquisition of a knowledge of the language, only German is spoken at the regular monthly meetings. The progress of the Verein has been steady, the most signiiicant step has been to elevate itself to that of an honorary society, the new members being elected by a vote of the Vevfein. The programs are varied consisting chiefly of the presentation of various papers and address by professors and students. German songs are a recognized feature of every meeting. In keeping with a cultural tendency, the Vefrein annually journeys to Harrisburg or some other nearby city to enjoy German classical music. --Q1 196 Irs-- .. .. ,...,.. mm, , ,-AMW gi-J , 1, f.g55'Mi? a .,1 fo 3. r , E 1 -vzillf' f Q 1 5. 5 a 5 551 , i 4- STF, i 1, 5 TJ , 1: ,- 11 1'- flt,-V 5'.G N1 ' u In 1"s,1 Q, "1 f Y "' E' ' :Irv if Y . 315 H.: . Z N22 ,v S If Z5 Q' 5 ,- fbi? lag' ,...' W -' 1'f,'Qi 1.4: f ,,"r-Ji L ffgfgi W: 1 s '1 5 A , - N ' e.,1. f 14 'h ' im 5 fx., .. ' J 'V f 1 ' I' . , :S , gfg, 55" SUV g'i5:'4fS af' -:- sf, 1 I ' 1, A., J 1 1 i ,n r !if?Pf1- 5-GL: 1. Y- if-1--z,:.... ---ce 1- .X , - V, ,AN f . , V, 1 I, --.ex .,, ' -- k - -' . if-4 ,f"x'f Y ' I WV c Q -4 7, 5 .Ll li . J' 1 -. Vg- '. L N I incor, A Qoratec1, by a purpose ,w v. e lor -a common tendency for thoughtful action, ,fminjro democratic unions m 1 r w r -,. ,, W, ,W ,,,,,,A, w1'.f?25..'j'g, ,, , ASSUCIATIIDNS I l President . VicefPresident Secretary . Treasurer . Executive Secretary V. Swenson C. B. Daniels C. L. Hinkle D. L. Houser M. W. Boyer Back Row-Keister, Bamberger, Swenson Second Row-Daniels, Reaser, Boyer Front Row-Davies, Hershey, Snyder, Stock QJVE Y. M. C. A. . LUTHERL H. SNYDER . MAYNARD C. HALLOCK L . ROBBRT D. HERSHEY . WILLIAM B. STOCK WILLIAM V. H. DAVIES SENICR CABINET H. M. Young R. F. Bamberger J. T. Keister H. H. Reunning C. C. Sellers R. D. Clare R. B. Martin H. B. Hull P. L. Reaser E. C. Beard ' HElYoung Men's Christian Association was established on the campus of Gettysburg College for the promulgation of Christian ideals and principles and the development Of Christian 1CHd61fShip. Its primary purposes are to advance religious consciousness and aPPfeCial3i0n OU the Campus, and to cultivate a personal association with each student. The Y- M- C- A- buildillg, 6fCC'CCd Ht El COSt of 380,000 by the General Woman's League of Gettys' bllfg College, serves as a medium for religious activity and a center of recreation. The permanent endowment of an executive secretary by the Woman's League assured the associaf tion of a wellforganized future. A --QI 198 Ie-- il Q I 1 P. Lbllfg infill . and The mfs' Tbf .iaf KX S. s - ' u AN. R' 4 . 6 I l l ' Back Row, Lgff to Right-Marks, Azar, Helifrich, Hoke, Black, Seaks P Third Row-Bristol, Curley, Maloney, Ernst, Bowers, -Teeter, Hartel, Smith, Truckell Second Row-Lucas, Buchanan, Ritter, Zepp, Bigham, Bergstresser, Taughenbaugh, Diehl, Fischer, Butts, Richard, Dimmerling, Rife, Durborow Front Row-Bullock, Deardorf, Prof. Hamme, Dr. Mueller, Prof. Hartshorne, Biesecker, Tyson QJVQ OFFICERS President . . . . . A. MERVIN TYSON VicefPreside'nt HENRY C. BULLOCK Secretary . . . JANET BIESECKER Treasurer I KERMIT H. DBARDORFF , ' l 1:4 INCE its establishment in 1926 the French Club has become one of the most i active and popular organizations on the Gettysburg Campus. Dr. Otto Muller, 3.5 the faculty supervisor, has been greatly responsible for its success. ' 5 1 The purpose of the club is twoffold. It stresses primarily the value of a conf versational knowledge of the French language. Likewise, it has developed a much 1 wider interest in French on the campus than formerly. Meetings are prolific with addresses from eminent men who are proficient in the use of the language. To , develop the personal' interest of the members, the club has, as various meetings - 1 ,qi given plays and sketches in French. P U Membership is open to all students of French and especially to those who . .1 . . , . I possess an interest in the use of the French language as a conversational medium. it .-:gl 199 la- i P -25 Y . f N. 5 .V ,. ... n fli. 4. W' V 5 lil we ' "s w ,4 xl' 4 ga 'A- l 5 5 l 2 5 1 -swat W ew Back Row, Left to Right-Hershey, Rickenbach, Birx, Hallock, johnson, Daniels Front Row-Dr. Sanders, Freed, Reaser, Banes, Dr. Waltemeyer, Prof. Boughton , Ura THE SAGES Pfresfdem ' l . PAUL L. REASER V1CefP1esident . ROLAND M. BANBS Secretary . . WALTER B. FREED HE Sages, a new society, Was organized this year by a group of stud6DtS illfefested In philosophical research. Only philosophy majors who are elected by the society are granted the priyileges of membership. The object which prompted this group to organize was to further and develop interCS'C in the realm of philosophy, especially in its modern phase. Meetings are held bifweekly. At them, topics are taken and discussed in open forum bY the society. Also, papers are prepared and read by members on current philosophical sub' jects. V l ' While the Sages has been only recently formed, the society has become intensely act1V6 and popular in its field. Dr. Sanders has been instrumental both in forming the society aS well as offering his assistance and advice Which has been greatly responsible for the great strides the organization has made. A-al Q00 Ie-- Back Row, Left to Right-Stark, Philson, C. Slayb h, H S B - Second Row-Small, C. Smith, Barclay, Fisher, Scll1ilglknec?f?Fi,Snii1fli3 Bgiigignicfeielifecilinahlyjaggbsz h Burkholder, Himes, Henkle a , s Front Row-Aldinger, Coshun, Swartz, E. Slaybaugh, Prof. Sloat, Morris, Kesler, Frisbie, Rieghter Qffffb ' SCEPTICAL CHYMISTS F OFFICERS P'fCSif5lC"1TS . . . . . HAROLD B. MORRIS ViCffPffS1dem . . THOMAS H. SWAARTZ SWTCWTB' - . EDWARD EARL SLAYBAUGH TTCGSUTCT . MERRILL C. Yosr l'lE Chemical Society was organized this year as a natural development of an extensive interest in the sciences. Membership is confined to chemistry majors who have had at least one yearfs training in that field. The motives which prompted the formation of the club are meritorious. Its aims are to cultivate an ease of speech and delivery before an audience, a quality possessed by few Who develop an intense interest in the sciences, to incite chemical investigation, as well as tinsponsor a more intimate relation with the men Whose scientific interests are more or less a in. The society meets bifvveekly. The meetings are both instructive and interesting. At Fhem, Papers are generally read by members of the society on subjects of a scientific current interest nature. It is the desire of the organization to have as their guests at their future meetings, lecturers of prominence in the various fields which are associated with Chemistry. --sl Q01 Ie-- Back Row, Left to Right-Kadel, Lack, Ringwald Front Row-Mock, Baker, Thomas GAVE I RESERVE OFFICERS' TRAINING CCRPS IN KEEPING with the growth of the college the R. C. T. C. has been steadily broadening its scope. Within the past decade the student enrollment of the unit has increased nearly onefhundred per cent. Each year the corps makes three public appearances: the Armistice Day parade in York, Fathers' Day, and the platoon competitive drill on Mothers' Day. The Military Ball sponsored by the unit is one of the best dances of the collegiate year. At the Ball the cofed sponsors are presented. This year the rank of Honorary Cadet Major was conferred upon Miss Clara Baker, the battalion sponsor. The rank of Honorary Cadet Captain was conferred upon Miss Evelyn Thomas and Miss Margaret Mock, the sponsors Of HA" and "B" Companies respectively. Company "E", Third Regiment, Scabbard and Blade, the Gettysburg unit of the na' tional honorary military fraternity, awards each year an engraved sabre to the best student in the advanced course. A Sam Brown belt is awarded to the best student in the secondfyeaf basic course. This year marks the beginning of the annual competition for the 316 Infantry OfHCefS Trophy for the best platoon in rifle marksmanship in the battalion. U-QI 202 Ie-- ,ugf ...,"':.--A Un- -'-'w"'-H"-'-'A " -MI ' UA ' 'AT' I" RESERVE OFFICERS TRAINING CORPS OFFICERS Captain, WILLIAM S. MORRIS, Inf. D.O.L. Captain, WILBUR R. MCREYNOLDS, Inf. D.O.L. Master Sergeant, HENRY F. ALDERSON, Inf. D.E.M.L. CADET STAFF Major, C. L. LACK Captain, Bn. Adjutant, J. H. BELT First Lieutenant Bn. 3 59' 4, G. L. BILLMAN Staff Sergeant, VIGGO SWENSBN Staff Sergeant, R. L. WISLER Company Officers A COMPANY "A" COMPANY MBI' Captain, G. A First Lieutenant First Lieutenant First Lieutenant, First Lieutenant, RINGWALD W. H. SNYDER H. H. GROSS P. C. BORTNER E. E. BEIBER COMPANY "A" C. A. MIENTZER First Sergeants Q03 Ip.. Captain, G. W. First Lieutenant, First Lieutenant, First Lieutenant, First Lieutenant, KADEL K. ' M. REIGHTER J. H. LEISMANN M. C. HALLQCK W. W. ALDINGBR COMPANY "B" C. R. STARK, BRD 5 f, 5 . V,- ,V , - V. Q . . , -..- QV-M ,Q V1-V 2' .W1 - , . . , 1 F , V .- - 'V-N :-fl? rx, ,412Vw.- ,gavw :U xl, M' 4 vfymx V . 'ST "M EV- 'ef' wgi,,3?f'V'QAM24 mgwr x' ,. "g. ' Ly, Wigan! V " V , " ni" "V YQ, 'PFW in 11 fx .V W . Qkefiwkfzwy-i,'fVQ"4a 'ffe-.QM A-AV wmv: ww 4 '.-f-r- ,wwf Ly ,wx Q -five V-wif-5-V ,.. WP"-Lf! ,V gg ' f 'sa xp 'e en! 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HANSON Campus Mother-whose high ideals of manhood and womanhood 1 Have inspired your boys and girls To seek harder, and reach furtherg A Whose happy smile, so filled with the sweetness of your personality, Is a needed bit of cheer ,... a guide Oftftimes to ward away the bluesg To you-we owe the debt of silent approbation, A trust steady and firm. We'll try to deserve it And love you the more. --.11 205 Ib-- Back Row-Zinn, Bushman, Rife, Bergstresser, Durboravv, Thomas, Waltemeyer, Flory, Diehl, Allison, Biesecker Second Row-Dimmerling, Bigham, Smith, Snyder, Harris, Hines, Eisenhart, Greenaway, Biggs, Snyder Front Row-Baker, Snyder, Musselman, Horn, Fisher, Butts, Richard QJVQ GIRLS' STUDENT BCDY PT?-WdC"1f - . CLARA BAKER ViCffP1es1dem . LOUBLLA SNIDER SCCTCWY5' - CAROLYN HARMAN Treaswrefr . . . . . MARIAN FISCHER HE Girls of Gettysburg College indulge in the four phases of Campus Life-namely, Spiritual, Classical, Social, and Physical. As evidence, the girls are members of the Student Volunteer Group, and the local Christian Endeavor organizations. With regard to the Classical phase,-there is the enviable scholastic record which they have attained. Socially-there are two Sororities on the Campus, the member' ship of the departmental clubs and the personnel of the dramatic club. Finally there is the physical side of college life: including a reputable Balsketball team, a Glee Club, swimming enthusiasts, racketeers, and ri ers. -.ai Q06 ia-- GETTYSBURG WOMENS' LEAGUE HE "Y" on the Campus will ever be a memorial of the loving effort of our Mothers, sisters, sweethearts, and friends, who, twenty years ago, banded together in the spirit .of the Woman's League of Gettysburg College, since having become an indispensable part of the College itself. In 1922, the Y. M. C. A. building was dedicated, in 1928 the mortgage was burned in an impressive ceremony exemplifying the successful attainment of an ideal. The building was originally given to the College to be maintained by it, but at the League's 17th convenf tion, held last year the question of a 575,000 endowment was hesitantly presented. The answer was enthusiastic, spontaneous . .' . everywhere through their ranks went the call 'lEndue, Endear, Endown. 1 At the 18th convention, held November 7th and 8th, 1929, the report was given of inf vestments in their strong box totaling S7,000g the vote was given for the payment of the Y. M. C. A. Secretary and also a bonus of S100 to the girls of the college in approval of the Y. W. C. A. program. I As successor to Mrs. Nicholas in the chair of President, Mrs. Henry W. Snyder .of Chevy Chase, Washington, D. C., was chosen, and Mrs. C. R. Phillips of Harrisburg, Pa., as chairman of the Board of Directors, both of whom have already shown their spirit and executive ability. Today there are seventeen major units not including their subfunits consisting of the daughters of the active members, or sisters and friends of the boys here. The most recent addition is in the new League founded in New Jersey. Well may this organization be esteemed for its unswerving path of progress, and for the persistency of its members to melt away such an imposing debt. A --QI Q07 Inf- . : ' . It Coach . Manager Forwards Center . Side Centers Guards . January 9-'Waynesboro LlY.W January 17-Beaver ......... 4. February 6-Lebanon Valley. . . February 7-Lewistown "Y, W.' February 8 Juniata .......... February 15-junia ta ..... February 26-Albnght ......... February 2'7- Lebanon Valley ...... March 5-Waynesboro HY. W March 8-Lewistown "Y, Wf . - . 1 Bac Row, Left to Right-Tobias, Durborow, Musselmari, Coach Spangler, Richard, Dirnrnerling, Smith Front Row-Horn, Fischer, Greenaway, Fackler, Spangler QJV8 GIRLS BASKETBALL ORGANIZATION -VARSITY SQUAD , CHARLES M. SPANGLER . MBLBA RICHARD . FACKLER, GREENAWAY, MUSSELMAN SCHEDULE --11 208 Ia- I Home Away ....HOme Away Away Home Away Away Away Home . . . HORN SMITH, MUSSELMAN FISCHER, SPANGLER GBTTYSB URG OPPONENTS 46 17 16 45 32 4 17 43 13 13 4 45 3 1 25 21 24 24 27 39 12 I 48 9 Back Row, Left to Right-Zinn, Durborow, Harris, Voorhees, Heckenluber Second Row-Wormell, Tipton, Taughenbaugh, Bowers, Waltemeyer, A. Snyder, Smith, M, J, Snyder Dimmerling Front Row-Martin, Baker, Fischer, Richard, Horn, Hartzell GIRLS QJVE GLEE GLUB ORGANIZATIGN Di'f6Ct0'f . E. E. SCHROEDER Student Leader . MBLBA RICHARD Manager . MARIAN FISCHER Pianist . . CLARA BAKER PERSGNNEL Soprano A AIIO Margaret Smith Marjorie Amos Dorothy Taughinbaugh Miriam Hartzell Elizabeth Horn , Helen Wormell Melba Richard jessig Voofhegs . Verna Heckenluber Eveline Thomas Mardelle Tipton Margaret Zinn Mary Martin Miriam Waltmeyer Gertrude Bowers MQW lane Snyder Mildred Dimmerling Marian FiSChCf Ianthe Smith Grace Durborow Dorothy Harris --al Q09 In-' 4 1 l 1 1 l I 1 4 1 l 1l al 1 if , Q l 4 F' l . Y ,i Ill , .J lr l i lx l i rl ,v ll ji 1 f l . 1 tl l I 1 lx l, E i I 2 1 . 2 S ri 3 ? 4 g, ki f HM! HL 3 1 V i X lk . illlfffil .: 1- ' ' slr. L ..,..,i ig. -. J- : ' an tri . l. .ilk 'i-T 5. Qlllmv, iii' ' 353-. ' le .NN -U ,l1i' 353 i, . auf.. -lf .V rgljx ' 4 5 il .3 it QP. .lg Q-121' Ll S L Pity . ah- Ji Left to Right--Bergstresser, Stallsmith, Horn, Heck ofa Y. W. o. A. CABINET CFFICERS President . . ELIZABETH HORN V1CgfPreside'nt HELEN STALLSMITH Secretary KATHRYN HEC-K Treasurer ..... . - LULA FLORY Chairman of Program Committee HELEN BERGSTRESSER S AN integral part of extracurricular Gettysburg, the Y. W. C. A., cooperating with the program of the Y. M. C. A., yet entirely distinct from it, carried on its activities: alternating with the Y. M. in Thursday morning chapel services, or sponsoring some such missionary agent as Mrs. Kim from Korea, or conducting some recreational program for the social and spiritual enjoyment of its members. When the Woman's League of Gettysburg College held its eighteenth annual convention here on the campus this year-it again 'voted one hundred dollars for its maintenance. With that and the eflicient personnel of its oiiiciary, a splendid year of progress is forseen. '-Q1 210 Irs-- esmt- 4' - .:.a.. - H 1 -f THESE in ' the spirit of common standards and mutual friendship have molded together their lives SDD IQITI ES BETA LAMBDA Founded at Gettysburg College, 1916 MRS. ELSIE SINGMASTER LEWARS MRS. EDMUND W. THOMAS MRS. D. P. JMCPHERSON LOUISE SHEADS HIGHLAND, '16 ANN MILLER WEAVER, '21 CONSTANCE WEAVER, '22 IDA HARTLEY SPERRY, '26 MILDRED H. HARTZBLL, '26 MARIAN BEALES MYERS, ex '32 CLARA BAKER GERTRUDE BOWERS MARIAN FISCHER CAROLYN HARMAN MIRIAM HARTZELL LUELLA MUSSELMAN MARGARET SMITH MARY, JANE SNYDBR JANET BIESECKER 1 SARAH HBRSHEY CATHERINE ALLISON MARION BIGGS MILDRED DIMMERLIN ETHEL EISENHART DOROTHY HARRIS G HCNCRARY MEMBERS SORORES IN URBE MRS. C. P. CESSNA MRS. S. F. SNYDER MRS. W. A. GRANVILLE MARGARET TAYLOR, '26 JESSICA WEAVER, '27 JANE ROBINSON, '27 RUTH SPANGLER, '22 ESTHER REASBR, ex '31 SCRCRES IN CCLLECIC Seniors Juniors Sophomores Freshmen --S1 Q12 IE-- PAULINE HESSE MARY MARTIN MARGARET MOCK MELEA RICHARD LOUELLA SNIDER DOROTHY TAUGHINBAUGH ANNA WEIKERT HELEN WORMELL SARAH RIFE ISABELLA RIFE EDNA PSANGLBR JEAN THOMAS MIRIAM WALTMEER MARGARET ZINN Back Row-Dimrnerling, Thomas, Biggs, Waltemyer, Spangler, Allison Second Row-I. Rife, S. Rife, Harris, Weikert, Taughinbaugh, Musselrnan, Zinn, Smith, Biesecker, Eisenhart Hershey Sitting-Baker, Hesse, Snyder, Fisher, Harmon, Hartzell, Martin, Bowers, Richard, Snyder 1 P I ' P 8ETA.A.a.wB5u .al 213126-- GAMMA PHI Founded at Gettysburg College, 1923 HCNORARY MEMBERS MRS. MRS . C. E. SANDERS ROBT. FORTENBAUGH MRS MRS. CARL S. KARMANY CLARA SCOTT MRS. RUDOLPH ROSENSTEMGEL MRS. GEORGE MILLER MRS. ALBERT BILLHEIMER MRS. LUDWIG HAUSER SORORES IN URBE SARA BLACK MARGARET STAUFFBR MARGUERITE ROGERS SORORES IN COLLEGIC Seniors GERALDINE BUTTS RUTH VBRNA HECKENLUBER ELIZABETH HORN Iuniors MARTHA DIEHL LULA FLORY MARTHA GARRETSON Sophomores MARJORIE AMOS PRISCILLA FORRY MARDELLE TIPTON Freshmen GRACE DURBORAW --S1 214 Ie-- MEYERS HELEN STALLSMITH EVELYN THOMAS ANNA BELLE GREENAWAY DOROTHY TRUCKELL JESSIE VOORHEES KATHRYN HECK MARCARETTA SADLER ir 45 - - - vm- f- ...-- - ....-,-, ,Y , J me--7111 P , Q K l -, Y' I , X3 Q Y, r R 5 x s K n V, 4 ,, A I 1-- .14 Standing-Diehl, Garretson, Flory, Forry, Durboraw, Amos, Tipton, Heck, Sadler Sitting-Greenaway, Butts, Meyers, Stallsmith, Horn, Heckenluber, Truckell, Voorhees .NL f X Q wow , at tak t -lr 1 --QI 215 Ie-- , I S i . 5 rl V1 r' l ff Q, X fm , c" 1.5,- 5' Q Nix. 511 , ., 'g.kff, L, ff firfv N .EW r A . I I v v , . 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We are especially grateful' to Miss Carmen Johnson of Williamsport, Pennsylvania, for her valuable assistance to the art staff. To Dr. Cline and Dr. Saby we are indebted for personal advice, and to Dean Tilberg for help received through his nice. , The PhiladelphiafWeeks Engraving Company, Westf brook Publishing Company, and White Studio, deserve recognition. We thank the advertisers for their ready support and recommend their business houses for student patronage. --:al 221 Iss-- ft3flIE56lllf6llf6lYSlll2vlllllIRfIEf WUT? Ill lItE4l3llF GETTYSBURG PENNA The courses are d1v1ded Into two groups The first In the Liberal Arts and Sciences 1S based on a system of elective majors and m1nors permitting speciahzation In Enghsh Ancient and Modern Foreign Languages Mathemat1cs Science H1StOFy etc. A Cl3SS1C3l Course, a Pre-Medical Course, a Teachers he chosen. The Degrees , 9 9 9 Training Course, etc. may in this way granted are: Bachelor of Arts Bachelor of Sciences The Courses in the Second Group are of a technical and voca- tional nature, and the Degrees granted are: Bachelor of Science in Business Administration Bachelor of Science in Industrial Engineering Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering This is the only Lutheran institution having a chapter of the honorary scholastic society of the Phi Beta Kappa and giving courses in Engineering or offering Military Training QR. O. T. CQ. The War Department pays 3540.00 in cash, clothing, etc., to students electing the complete R. O. T. C. course. Summer School will open for a term of Six Weeks Commencing June 20, 1930 Recent improvements include: New Gymnasium, Science Hall, Athletic Field, Ten Tennis Courts, Remodelling of Main Recitation Building, and New Library. 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IIQHOVCI' GETTYSBURG Steam Bakery STEAM EREAD---R OLLS N D PAS T RIES A C R R l .Proprietor WE CATEiNEOCii2IglsERNITIES See Student Representative Daily Delivery 257 BALTIMORE STREET GETTYSBURG, PA. Both Phones I for Special College Rates GETTYSBURG, PA. --QI Q30 'N n S I i if Gettysburg Academy A College Preparatory School for 125 Boarding students, accredited by the Association of Colleges and Secondary Schools of the Middle States and Maryland. 104TH YEAR OPENS SEPTEMBER 17, 1950 FINE MODERN EQUIPMENT Rates -X500---8600 For Catalog, address Box N DR. CHAS. H. HUBER, Headmaster Caledgnia Cgurge GillClaH,S Meat Market ' IN THE soUTH MOUNTAINS H' ROBER1'SeE'f.,Q.LifAN' PW' 14 171 iles lVest of Gettysburg Fresh and Salt Meats so- Gotf With Us when You Vzszt E Your Alma Mater MMITSBURG' MD' Phone 63' H. H. THOMAS Hardware Co. Handsome T ranks and Bags .ai 22 YORK STREET Phone, Bell 143 C. V. 162-X Piney Mountain Inn O FAYETTEVILLE, PA. Open April I to November I Bell, Chambersburg 9927-I C. V., Fayetteville 104 Gettysburg Ice and Storage Company ICE---ICE CREAM PASTE URIZED MILK C. B. DOUGHERTY, Manager W. A. I-Iennig's Bakery Bread, Rolls, Cakes, and Confections SPECIAL RATES TO FRATERNTTIES AND CLUBS 55 YORK STREET C. V. Phone 15-W Bell 9092-R THOMPSON'S RESTAURANT The College fllanls' Preference SERVICE-QUALITY Good F ood---Well Cooked Opposite Majestic Theatre REAL FOOD When your best girl comes to a foot- ball game or dance bring her to Graf- fenburg Inn: take a lovely walk, golf, Sit by a blazing log-fire, and eat deli- cious food. She will admire your dis- cernment. Mother and Father, too, will visit you oftener after they find Grajtenburg Inn-just a pleasant twenty-minute drive from Gettysburg. EoTH PHONES , MRS. D. IQFORNEY, Prop. ' ESTABLISHED 1888 A QUARTER CENTURY OF COLLEGE PHOTOGRAPHY 4 . p, Q 220 WEST 42ND STREET NEW YoRK COMPLETELY EQUIPPED TO RENDER THE HIGHEST QUALITY CRAFTSMANSHIP AND AN EXPEDITED SERVICE ON BOTH PERSONAL PORTRAITURE ANDPHOTOG- RAPHY FOR COLLEGE ANNUALS Olfcial Photographer to the H1931 Spectrum" --QI 232 IE-- When in Hanover Complimenflr ViJ'if file Of Mayflower Tea VARSITY R00111 BARBER SHOP . Your pafronage is appreciated E A G L E H O T E L Undef New Jzafmgemmf GETTYSBURG, PA.-ON THE LINCOLN HIGHWAY REFURNISHED AND RENOVATED ELECTRIC ELEVATOR Dining Room and Coffee Shop Where Good Food is Served at Moderate Prices SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO BANQUETS AND PARTIES ROOM RATES 31.25 UP TO 355.00 CHAS. I. HART.NIANN, zllanage A. R. Warner Company GENERAL CONTRACTORS Confractors for the Glaffelfer Remodelling V 41 EAST MAIN STREET WAX'NESBORO, FRANKLIN COUNTY, PA. --Q1 Q33 In-- 'I 15 A' 34. lf. . 1 Q. N. 59. ilk' iii. V :g .i' a Q11 9 5 . HART, SCHAFFNER 81: MARX Tuxedo Suits 850 Arrow Tux .Shirts -X3 to 85 -3 9- C D 9 GETTYSBURG, PENNSYLVANIA .I . S 1 2 Y . IMPORTED AND DOMESTIC WOOLENS FRED S. LACK---Tailor 212 NORTH SECOND STREET HARRISBURCB PA- ALLAN B. PLAN K 20 BALTIMORE STREET GETTYSBURG, PA- Plumber and Heat Contractor ADAMS TRANSIT SERVICE First Class Bus Service between Gettysburg and York , Gettysburg and Cham bersburg, Gettysburg and Carlisle, Gettysburg and Hanover Gettysburg and York WEEK DAYS SUNDAYS A.M. A.M. M. P.M. P.M. A.M. P.M. P.D'1. Lv. Gettys.. ..... 7.15 10.05 12.00 2.45 5.05 8.00 2.45 5.05 Ar.YOrk ........ 8.45 11.50 1.50 4.00 6.40 9.50 4.00 6.40 Lv York. ....... 7.15 10.00 12.00 2.55. 5.00 8.00 2.55 5.00 Ar.Gettys. ...... 8.45 11.50 1.50 4.00 6.40 9.50 4.00 6.40 . Gettysburg and Chambersburg WEEK DAYS SUNDAY S A.M. A.M. P.M. A.M. P.M. Lv. Gettysburg ...... . 7.15 11.45 4 . 00 7.15 4 . 00 Ar. Chambersburg .... . 8.50 12.55 5.15 8.50 5.15 Lv. Chambersburg. . . .. 8.45 1.15 5.50 8.45 5.50 Ar. Gettysburg ............ 10.00 2.50 6.45 10.00 5.45 Gettysburg and Hanover A WEEK DAYS A.M. A.M. A.M. M. P.M. P.M. P.M. A.M. A.M. P.M. P.M. P.M. LV. Gettysburg 7.15 9.00 10.05 12.00 2.45 4.45 5.05 8.00 9.00 2.45 4.45 5.05 Ar. Hanover 8. 50 9.45 11.15 1.50 5.55 5.50 5.05 9.00 9.45 5.55 5.50 5.05 ' Gettysburg and Carlisle DAILY Lv. Gettysburg ....................... 10.05 A. M. 5.05 P . M. Ar. Carhsle. ..... ................. 1 2.15 P. M. 7.20 P. M. --21 Q34 In-A ' Q 55 V 2 2 2 i Z1 'r W W Parke's Food Products "The World' s Finest" COFFEES-TEAS-SPICES CANNED FOODS-FLAVORING EXTRACTS ' - - L. H. PARKE COMPANY is A The John C. Lower Co. Wholesale Grocers - 9- GETTYSBURG, PA. DOUTRICHS Always Reliable CLOTHING-SHUES-FURNISHINGS 'S ' 520 MARICET STREET HARRISBURG, PA --:II Q35 IF!" EA A PP 'W P WV Q W V Adams Countyis' Leading Theatre MQMIIPMEIIIP GJIVHPQMIVPPQ K GETTYSBURG, PA. Western Electric Sound Equipment Compliments - of a t IIEWIRIIHIIZEIINIIIIID 2? SP CLUCK PRINT SHOP Job Printing of All Kinds MIMEOGRAPHING OFFICE SUPPLIES Upposite Eagle Hotel --Q1 236 Im-- Q? W' l A E V 7 I A i 5 Shoes for all occasions if Keiper Bros. CENTER SQUARE GETTYSBURG, PA. n Slienlc St Tittle Everylhingfor Sport 515 MARKET STREET HARRISBURG, PA. . Marble and Terrazzo Work in the COMPLIMENTS Glatfelter Hall and Memorial . Library Furnished and Installed OF by Fred Gen tzler Tile and Marble Contractor 25 EAST KING ST., YORK, PA. The Gift Shop Ggfts For All Occasions C. P. CESSNA, '15 Plank and Bell AUTHORIZED Ford and Fordson Dealers Tires, Oils, Parts, Accessories BUY A FORD AND SPEND THE DIFFERENCE GARRETT'S Cigar Store HANOVER, PA. Student Headquarters ELECTRIC FOUNTAIN SANITARY SERVICE CIGARETTES AND TOBACCO 4 7 --aj Q37 Ia-- LI-,WI I .I H Eg 1,,?,v .3 ig Ii ,B '11, 11 , r " ? I '. . , 11. .- 'H - ls- Sr ftp:-J -- V1 3+ gm: .I .-r'1v- L 11. '11 Q my .I , .pm ., ,. , , 'I A .I A .H - 1 ly ' ,, I . xi. , ., I I . U ,x Eff ,- I Q? 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W-EC-ilbert 52 CHAMBERSBURG ST. l- REPRESENTING Reasonable Reliable Repairing Nevin Mauer HOL CO., I Swift Satisfactory Service AUSTIN NIC S nc we M' THE cover. on this book C,PCl,t'T'O'I'l1,ZC is the product of an organization of specialists whose sole work is the creation of unusual covers for School Annuals, Set Books, Histories, Catalogues, Sales Manuals and , other Commercial Publications Q. 2 ' I J THE DAVID 1. MOLLOY CO. 2857 North czvcstem Avenue CHICAGO Reedis Electric Shoe Repair Shop L. H. REED, Proprietor Agent for George Merritt Shoes ALL WORK GUARANTEED 24 CARLISLE STREET GETTYSBURG. PA. --all Q39 Ik" or 1' The ' Regal Company YORK, PENNA. Furniture and Equipmenf Contractors for the Library and Glatfelfer Hall --QI Q11-0 Irs-- ' 4 ,.T,,-7 1-v.:.i-4?-:"- '-vw 'T -jvvf. I 'T "I: -'T ,TA I3-I N V fu. ZR "'.,' " ' ' p- . ' ." - - fu! .a--A. Q, pl- I '--: .115-r A, I IPI, ,.I--,,,,,-. -I ..- ,L , - . -If' II I - - .. I II- ., I: II, . I9-vII.H,- , . II A ... . . 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