Gettysburg College - Spectrum Yearbook (Gettysburg, PA)

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XX ' EDWERTH KORTE . , Business Manager 4' I if 1 5 1 ,f WD! i X , f - 3 X b W5 V Ngxx is A A ,L sv! " M44 . , I . 'l . -4' Clin: ,. 4- X- .21 XE - 7 X ,. -P sv ' A615 X. ", ., ,,- Ng JV.- :-Cqgf. ' , . ws 1, ,gv NJ- f " ' f fi' 1" I j V X , A JQEWX , X Y - si - i' , -. P - fig -f4v -sr - 2 R P' --1' 1,43 K E3 L P' V Q 'QL ,,.,, f N.- X -1- fx ff - XX Kg M A X X -'Q' tl ff k sa I t I - -- ,LL .f X L 1 4' L "3 ' .Q W jf . 2 W, 'S 1 f .2 1 7 if N .- 1:31 - -"gf .h Q - g 1 H1 J .ipL:i4.i4. Hi A. 5- f ,-.A A + 'mf-fl fi! f ' V A 2 - L Q 4 . - - f we L xi W Lxggsfqjiffa Ei5TT'f w"'E mfg '?-EE E 'Q ' - ' ' I ' P - fT1. ux- frfv :ml n nr na n 5-in f v---'. 1, , l ff l ' L WWW m uuunu uumnaxxur exl n mmmnmmumu Illllllulallnulmefgvf E Of 'i'4:. J 1 .:.' H 1 ' C621-If N LAL ff- umm EVPQ L L L -A 1 Y .jf " ' X li. +5 L l 7 7' Q L M1 ' - - .. . ""'2 . ' L L i'-frt' M qw 3' J 3 R Y, L if 1 9 3 Z g ,I Q! 4' PUBLISHED BY THE L r , JUNIOR CLASS M 5 , GETTYSBURG COLLEGE Pl? Wx L F , GETTYSBURG, PENNA. 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'Q . - . fl 1 who will carry on forever and foster to eternity the principles of right l and living which we now inherit and pass on to them .... N1 lx i ff-E lf 91131 l f.,-pe, 1- 1 .- W i JS P f ff 4 use if Tig to il .Y - 55 ,....-- -- q..:i. , ,-Z YJ -Z '.-L,-ii-2' 1 '55, F-A 5 t Xzlgfj-, X. tl' 4 f will 1 5:-'ff L 1 i l fa X 1' N5 at ,.i:.1i.i,t 1 it fi ll t if ll fzffi lf JT 4 fi lvl mxlfl l 3 L n , assi 2 dll 1 Q ix: E l l T HAS been the earnest ' 1 5 endeavor ofthe 1932 p Q . X, Spectrum to so present and portray the life, both nf. up I up ' present and past, of Gettysf ll K burg College that it may Tl... 3: ' I fs- l instill in the reader and foster within him the highest regard for the three great ideals upon which this institution is founded-H Simplicity f f Solidity 1 Sincerity - L, s A Y .1-.1-i ' X V - - ..-1 Book 1' The Powers that be. Book H Roll Call. Book III The ExtrafCurricu1ar. Book IV G r o u p s :- Social and Scholastic. Book V Another aspect of Gettysburg. 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F I f f ,,,,. - . hi'-:f1-sewr-.Ni1v',gaq,---f-fm1a.,.,,,,..,..,,.,,i,,,, .,,,,,A,4m "N" ' " 4' " To 'help you .in your jouniey through Gettysburg wikh ' the H1932 SPECTRUM A -..egg 17 v I DR. CHARLES PHILIP KRAUTH First President of Pennsylvania College ...egg 18 Eel.. J R 'HE 4 V 11:1 g 1 n I n A xl, J P X A N e N ,F kg e x H 2 ' Ny t ff -fi " X , MN xxxxx A e , H N ,W . li' - XX -4 , 9' f-gyiuh, t K K Xe Q 1, D " e V XX , ' ,Egg fs , 1 11' ' 2, Z7 '55 wt fm ft fx - '-N 4 e --1 ivffiiff ixl- -'f ' ,' , Te W e ' ' E x " "WEE N 'QC 1. ffl. fi' ,YE-'q6f':v'2 4 -1 -R'-"' mXH f 1' fax " -W1 'w t 111' ' N . ,- : Ef x It K . ,T Y t t e t ' - , -i a E xk f f 20 X - J r H4 lyff W . X f M07 BOOK I The Powers that be "Our maxter xeemed to be muck rited this morning .... Some of the boyr be belaborefl cruelly, 50 that they are wretched both in body and in mind " ' BOARD OF TRUSTEES Date Elected 1890-HON. SAMUEL NICC. SWOPE . . Gettysburg 1893-JOHN WAGNER, D.D3C . . . Hazleton 1896-JOI-IN B. MCPHERSON, EsQ. . . Boston, Mass. 1897--WILLIAM A. Sl-IIPMAN, D.D.'k . . Johnstown 1899-HENRY H. WEBER, D.D. . . York 1902-CHARLES BAUM, NI.D., PI-LD. Philadelphia 1907-MARTIN H. BUEHLER . . Glen Falls, N. Y. 1907-HON. R. WILLIAM BREAM . . Gettysburg 1907-ALPHEUS EDWIN WAGNER, D.D. . Hallam 1908-FRANK E. COLVIN, ESQ. . . . Bedford 1908--JOI-IN F. DAPP . . . Harrisburg 1908-GEORGE B. KUNKEL, NLD. . Harrisburg 1910-CHARLES FITE . . . Pittsburgh 1913-HON. LUTHER A. BREWER . . Cedar Rapids, Ia. 1914-FREDERICK H. KNUBEL, D.D., LL.D. New York, N. Y. 1914-PERCY D. HOOVER, NLD. . . Waynesboro 1915-LESLIE NL KAUFFMAN, NLD. . . Kauiimaifs 1915-HARVEY C. MILLER . . Philadelphia 1916-Joi-IN B. MCALLISTER, NI.D. . . Harrisburg 1917-JEREMIAH ZIMMERMAN, D.D., LL.D. Syracuse, N. Y. 1918-Lows S. WEAVER, NLD. . . . . York 1921-HARRY C. HOFFMAN, NLDF' . Connellsville 1921-JOSEPH B. BAKER, D.D.,? . . York 1922-CI-IARLES T. LARK, ESQ. . . . New York, N. Y. 1923-HENRY W. A. HANSON, D.D., LL.D. . Gettysburg 1929-PAUL B. S. RICE .... . Harrisburg 1929-GEORGE E. NEFF, EsQ. . . . York 1929-CI-IARLES NL A. STINE, Sc.D. . Wfilmington, Del. if Designated as Alumni Trustees, having been elected on nomination by the Alumni Association. -..Sits Egan.- HENRY W. A. HANsoN MA., D.D., LL.D. AB., Roanolce College, 19015 lV1.A., Roanoke College, 19045 B.D., Gettysburg Seminary, 19045 Studied in Leipsig, Berlin, Halle, Germany, 1904-065 Pastor, St. Lulceas Lutheran Church, Pittsburgh, Pa., 1906-135 Pastor, Messiah Lutheran Church, Harrisburg, Pa., 1913-235 D.D., Gettysburg College, 19195 President of Gettysburg College, 1923-5 LL.D., Bucknell University, 19255 LL.D., Lehigh University, 19255 Scabbara' ana' Blade, Pen and Sword, Phi Beta Kappa, Kappa Phi Kappa. -Qi 21 Egg.- PHILIP MELANCHTON BIKLE D.D., Ph.D. Dean ana' Pearson Professor Emeritus of the Latin Language and Literature. A.B., Gettysburg College, 1866, B.D., Gettys- burg Theological Seminary, 1869, Ph.D., Roanoke College, 1884, D.D., Gettysburg College, 1914, Professor of Mathematics and Latin, York County Academy, 1866-67, Professor of Latin and Greek, North Carolina College, 1869-70, Vice- Principal and Professor of Latin, Lutherville Fe- male Seminary, 1870-73, Graduate Work, Dart- mouth College, 1873-74, Ockershausen Professor of Latin Language and Literature, Gettysburg College, 1881-1925, Dean of Gettysburg College, 1889-1925, Editor of the Pennsylvania College Monthly, 1876-93, also of The Lutheran Quar- terly, 1880-1907, Author of Ulziarraday, the Scien- tific Christiann, 5'Jesus, the Son of God", K'Edu- cating Young Men for the Ministry", and other books, Member of the American Philological So- ciety, Kappa Kappa Kappa fDartmouthj, Sigma Chi, Phi Beta Kappa, Kappa Phi Kappa fGettys- burgl . WILBUR E. TILBERG M.A., Ph.D. Dean ' of Gettysburg College A.B., Bethany College, 1911, A.M., University of Kansas, 1912, Graduate Work at University of Chicago, 1916-17, and at University of Wiscon- sin as an Honorary Fellow, 1925-27, Ph.D., Uni- versity of Wisconsin, 1928, Professor of History, Midland College, Fremont, Nebraska, 1913-25, Dean, Midland College, 1914-25, Dean, Gettys- burg College, 1927-, Member of American His- torical Association, National Association of Deans and Advisers of Men, Eastern Association of Deans and Advisers of Men, Kappa Phi Kappa, Tau Kappa Alpha. --eil 22 lk ,ugl ll i l E I a 1 1 1 5, 'I 'r P I V EEE! il - l.":Ai1li,f xv' 4 ...B CHARLES FINLEY SANDERS A.M., D.D. Willianz Bittinger Professor of Philosophy A.B., Gettysburg College, 1892, A.M., Gettysburg College, 1895, B.D., Gettysburg Theological Seminary, 1895, D.D., Lafayette Col- lege, 1913, Studied Philosophy and Allied Subjects, University of Leipsig, Germany, 1905-06, Translated a Number of Books on Phil- osophy and Education, Lectures on China and India, Popular Essays on Philosophy of Religion, Member of the American Sociological As- sociation, Pastorate, Avonmore, Pa., 1895-98, Pastorate, Blairsville, 1898-1905, Professor Economics, Blairsville College for Women, 1900-05, Director of Gettysburg Summer School, Professor of Phil- osophy ancl Education, Gettysburg College, 1906-21, William Bit- tinger Professor of Philosophy, Gettysburg College, 1921-, World Tour, 1928-29, Phi Beta Kappa, Kappa Phi Kappa. JESSE SCOTT Bouol-:TON Ph.D. Assistant Professor of Philosophy ,A.B., Colgate University, 1917, Columbia University, 1925, Graci- uate Work in Candidacy for Ph.D., Columbia University and Union Theological Seminary, 1925, Supervising Principal, Public Schools, Ramsen, N. Y., 1919-20, Supervising Principal, Public Schools, An- gola, N. Y., 1920-23, Executive Secretary, Fisk University, 1924-25, Instructor of Mathematics, Adelphi College, Sanders Prize Scholar and "A" Class Scholar, Union Theological Seminary, 1924-27, Pas- tor, 16th St. Baptist Church, New York City, 1926-27, Pastor, First Congregational Church, North Hude Park, Vt., 1925-28, Assistant Professor of Philosophy, Gettysburg College, 1928-, Member, Society of Biblical Literature and Exegesis, Kappa Phi Kappa, Sigma Nu. GARDNER E. BASSET Ph.D. Associate Professor of Philosophy A.B., Clark University, 1911, Ph.D., Johns Hopkins University, 1913, Resident Investigator in Comparative Psychol0gY, Carnegie In- stitution of Washington, 1913-14, Professor of Educational Psychol- ogy and Director of the Psychological Clinic, University of Pittsburgh, 1914-19, Captain, Infantry, U. S. A., 1918-19, Consulting Psychol- ogist, 1919-21, 1923-26, A.M. fl-Ionoraryl, Dartmouth College, 1921-23, Professor of Psychology, University of Kentucky, 1926-30, Vocational Counselor, Dartmouth College, 1921-23, Associate Profes- sor of Philosophy, Gettysburg College, 1930-, Author, "Brain Weight and Intelligence", "Physiology of Reproduction in Birds" fCo-author with Dr. O. Riddlej, Member, American Association for the Advance- ment of Science, American Psychological Association, Alpha Epsilon Upsilon, Phi Delta Kappa, Omicron Delta Kappa, Sigma Xi, Alpha Delta Sigma, Phi Sigma Pi, Alpha Sigma Phi. WILLIAM V. H. DAVIES, JR. A.B. Instructor in Philosophy A.B., Gettysburg College, 1928, Gettysburg Theological Seminary, 1928-, Instructor in English Bible, Gettysburg College, 1929-30, Y. M. C. A. Secretary, Gettysburg College, 1929-30, Instructor in Phil- osophy, Gettysburg College, 1930-, Phi Sigma Kappa, Scahbara' and Blade, Peri and Sword, Phi Beta Kappa, Tau Kappa Alpha. 23 -f""' , - 1. ,, - 1, .' 1 . p ff , 3' .acl .f,s-,- 4' IT Nl' t I J. ' 1 ' I ' 'Is ' ' i' 'ri n I I I a - . , . 1 . A . . ,, 1 . -E+-'-we '--'f-4' 1 ,,g,,,- -,, -f-.,.a,.- - s..s.l 4? 1 A ia? M5432 no is ss eff f"wQ,y Xl Mas 453' 5 if s, 553 saga X? 5' 'Sw if www tit ties '3 fy., ggi, . ' -. ,-.-r,,':?24!e.M.x--1 .-14- 1. Q. 1 Q' - Q1 2.,,,.,s,. , s , , . , 'MM ,,-. .fa ,,,,,f.,g4,gWs,-.. , N ,i as .. .J Q L. rn.-1 - Us A L., ,,. 4. ,X 9. f ' ff" '.-.., fr.. . ' H292 . ".ssf.L- - 0 7' I' .- '. "aff-rf v' '2- . K. 1 A .V ,, A." VZ. -Zeer' .mv . .... ,, V 15.4.-.., Winans 7 .1-ogy. f .-2 .-.1 . KARL JOSEF GRIMM Ph.D. Professor of German Ph.D., Johns Hopkins, 1889, Received Collegiate Education in the Gymnasia of Wertheim and Tauberischofsheim, Germany, Studied at St. Jerome's College, Canada, 1888-895 Rome, Italy, 1889-915 Halle, Germany, 18913 Springheld Theological Seminary, Springfield, Ill., 1892g Gettysburg Theological Seminary, 1892-95, Johns Hopkins, 1896-1901, Member of the American Oriental Society, The Society of Biblical Literature and Exegesis, The Modern Language Associa- tion, American Dialect Society, des Allgemeinen Deutschen Sprach- vereinsg Author, "Euphenistic Liturgical Appendixes in the Old Tes- tament," Leipsig, 19015 Contributions to "The Journal of Biblical Literature", "The Lutheran Quarterly, "The Journal of the American Oriental Societyv, "The Modern Language Notes',, etc., Professor of German Language and Literature, Gettysburg College, 1906-g Phi Beta Kappa. ERNST O. VON SCHWERDTNER A.M. Assistant Professor of German A.B., St. Johrfs College, 19175 Graduate Work, Johns Hopkins University, 1917-18, 1923-27, Assistant Professor and Professor of Modern Languages, St. John's College, 1921-24, Instructor of Ger- man, Johns Hopkins University, 1924-275 Instructor in French, Uni- versity of Maryland, 1926-27, Instructor in Spanish, George Wash- ington University, 19273 Assistant Professor of German, Gettysburg College, 1927-3 Member, American Association for the Advancement of Science, Modern Language Association, Kappa Phi Kappa, Kappa Alpha lSouthernl. GEORGE F. GUTMAN A.B. Instructor in German A.B., Gettysburg College, 1927, Gettysburg Theological Seminary, 1927-5 Instructor in German, Gettysburg College, 1929-5 KENNETH SPERGER GAPP A.M. Assistant Professor in Greek and Latin AB., Muhlenberg College, 19263 Th.B., Princeton Theological Seminary, 1929, A.M., Princeton University 1929, Instructor in Greek and Latin, Gettysburg College, 1929-303 Assistant Professor in Latin and Greek, Gettysburg College, 1930-. -..egg 24 JOHN GRAY GLENN M.A. Acting Pearson Professor of Latin AB., Wesleyan University, 1918, M.A., Wesleyan University, 1920, Graduate Work, Princeton University in Candidacy for Ph.D., Instructor of Greek and Latin, Mercersburg Academy, 1918-193 In- structor in Greek, Dickinson Seminary, 1920-213 Instructor in Latin, Polytechnic Preparatory Country Day School, Brooklyn, 1921-245 Pearson Professor of Latin, Gettysburg College, 1925-5 Member of the American Association of University Professors, Classical Society of the Middle Atlantic Statesg American Philological Association, Tau Kappa Epsilon. MILTON HENRY VALENTINE A.M., D.D. Amanda Rupert Strong Professor Emeritus of English Bible A.B., Gettysburg College, 1882g A,M., Gettysburg College, 18859 B.D., Gettysburg Theological Seminary, D.D, Gettysburg College, 19025 Pastor of Trinity Lutheran Church, Bedford, Pa., 1887-92, Pastor of Messiah Lutheran Church, Philadelphia, Pa., 1892-99, Edi- tor, Lutheran Observer, 1899-1915, Amanda Rupert Strong Professor of English Bible and History, Gettysburg College, 1916-30, Pen mzrl Sword, Phi Beta Kappa, Phi Gamma Delta. WILLIAM CLAUDE WALTEMYER M.A., Ph.D. Professor of English Bible AB., Gettysburg College, 1908, B.D., Lutheran Theological Sem- inary, Gettysburg, 19119 M.A., American University, 1925g Ph.D., American University, 1929, Pastor, Lutheran Church, Landisville, Pa., Butler, Pa., Thurmont, 1V1d., and Washingtoii, D. C., U. S. Army Chaplain, 1918-19g 71st Regiment Heavy Artillery, A. E. Eg Assist- ciate Professor of Philosophy, Gettysburg College, 1929-30, Professor of English Bible, Gettysburg College, 1930-g Phi Sigma Kappa, Kappa Phi Kappa. THOMAS LUCIAN CLINE Ph.D. Graeff Professor of English A.B,, Roanoke College, 19115 A.M., Princeton University, 1912, Ph.D., University of Virginia, 1923, Professor of English, Midland College, Fremont, Nebraska, 1915-20, Instructor of English, Univer- sity of Virginia, 1921-22, Professor of Summer School, University of Virginia, 1922g Professor of English and Arguementation, Gettysburg College, 1922-24g Head of English Department, Gettysburg College, 1924-5 Member of the Association of American University Professors: Phi Gamma Delta, Tau Kappa Alpha, Kappa Phi Kappa. -.,.,g,I 25 Egan- 1 fi L I r - l . ff, , I .q T , 1 FRANCIS CLAIBORNE MAsoN Ph.D. 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 in English, University of Virginia, 1924-25, Instructor in English, William and Mary College Summer Session, 1925-26, In- structor in English, University of Virginia Summer Session, 1927-28, 1 Instructor in English, Gettysburg College Summer Session, 1930, Assistant Professor of English in Gettysburg College, 1925-, Author of 'iThis Unchanging Maslcv, Yale University Press, Writer of Poems and Contributor to "The Virginia Quarterly Review", "The Lyricsvh "The Atlantic Monthly", "The Commonwealn, "Poerry", "The Se- ' Wanee Review", "The Carillon", "The Personalistu, and Brathwaite's "Anthology of Magaziize Verse", President of the Poetry Society of ' U M H V Virginia, 1929-31, Phi Beta Kappa, Phi Delta Kappa, Omicron Delta KHPPH, Sigma psi- 1 -Q I A , . ' f i -e-'f ..,,, ' - f l Assistant Professor of English is A.B., University of 'Virginia, 1921, M,A,, University of Vir- I ginia, 1922, A.M., Harvard University, 1924, Instructor in English, -, 'V University of Virginia, 1921-23, Assistant Professor of-English, Get- : 1 ' tvsburg College, 1924-, Phi Beta Kappa, Kappa Phi Kappa, Tau f tZ3ig.s.srAss'lih9M'?si'9'N " 1-1 Kappa Alpha. . 1 X , JOHN W. Osrizom I AM- si -. . , - Instructor in En lzsh , ne. Qfsm., est-.:.7.: g 1 'A.B., Gettysburg College, 1926, M.A., Gettysburg College, 1930, 1 Instructor in English, Japanese Government Schools, Nagoya, Japan, ' 1927-28, Instructor in English, Gettysburg College, 1928-, Contribu- E' tor to "Asia", "Literary Digest", and Hfapanu Magazines, Sigma Al- ! pha Epsilon, Blue Crocodiles, Pen and Sword, Pi Gamma Mu. ' - 3 ,- gf.. T- g I ' ' i"' ' OTTO MULLER - Ph.D. 1 Professor of Romance Languages Ph.D., University of Zurich, Switzerland, 1919, Received College Education in the College de Geneve, Switzerland, Studied Classical lu' , ,A Philology and Romance Languages at Tiibingen, Munich, Berlin, Ger- !l Q many, and Zurich, Switzerland, 1910-1919, Instructor in Romance J 1 'I A, ,,I,A Languages, University of Pennsylvania, 1920-22, Assistant Professor i 1 of Romance Languages, University of Pennsylvania, 1922-26, Profes- l 1' sor of Romance Languages, Gettysburg College, 1926-, Member of Linguistic Society of America, Appointed to the Faculty of the Lin- ' l il , guistic Institute of New Haven, Conn., 1928-29, Member of the l Gesellschaft fiir Romanische Literatur and the Modern Language Asso- 1 ciation of America, Author of "Das lateinische Einschiebsel in der ,NL " franzoesischen Literatur des Mittlealtersn, 1919, Contributor to the . V- various Scientific Magazines, Kappa Delta Rho. i . . 1 1 u. -. 26 is-- , -,S ll A 'Y A W 5'-'Q' ' A i - -I , ' '51-yn-1,-,':-h Jae-'f' N , wif' 'f.1fE,f'If-.',l 151-f :Ii E 51-, 1 V ' . . E-'ilI11ijgw3-Q, s,g'L.r .r f Y' I ' L' " 'H' " v A 14' -f' -Ra 4.. '-- u-f-Fve--- - L - ,, .IP ' 'lf' L ' HERBERT G. HAMIVIE A.M. Assistant Professor of Romance Languages A.B., Dickinson College, 1919, A.lVl., Gettysburg College, 1927, Instructor in French and Spanish, Troy Conference Academy, Poult- ney, Vermont, 1919-20, Instructor in French and Spanish, Wheeling High School, 1920-22, Instructor in French and Spanish, Gettysburg College, 1922-23, Instructor in Latin, University of Porto Rico, 1923- 24, Graduate Work, Johns Hopkins, 1923, Graduate Work, Colum- bia University, 1924, Instructor in French and Spanish, Gettysburg College, 1924-27, Assistant Professor of Romance Languages, Gettys- burg College, 1927-, Phi Beta Kappa, Kappa Phi Kappa. WILLIAM DAVIS HARTSI-IORN, JR. A.M. Assistant Professor of Romance Languages A.B., Haverford College,-1911, A.IVl., Haverford College, 1912, Instructor in French and Latin, Cedarcroft School, 1912-16, Instructor in French and Latin, Wardlaw School, 1916-233 United States Army, 1917-18, Instructor in Latin, St. Louis Country Day School, 1923-27, Diplome de Professeur de franca's a-letranger, Toulouse University, 1928, Assistant Professor of Romance Languages, Gettysburg Col- lege, 1928-, Member, Modern Language Association. MARTIN H. CRONLUND' I AB. Instructor in Romance Languages A.B., Gettysburg College, 1929, Graduate Work, Gettysburg College, 1929, Instructor in Romance Languages, Gettysburg College, 1929-, Phi Sigma Kappa, Kappa Phi Kappa. L. I ' FRANK HENRY KRAMER Ph.D. Professor of Education A.B., Gettysburg College, 1924, A.1V1., University of Pennsylvania, 1916, Ph.D., University of Pennsylvania, 1920, Head of the Commer- cial Department, West Chester High School, 1914-20, Boy Scout Work, 1917-23, Assistant Professor of Education, Gettysburg Col- lege, 1920-21, Professor of Education, Gettysburg College, 1921-, Work, Experimental Research as a Factor in Commercial Education, Member. National Educational Association, Pennsylvania State Edu- cation Association, Pen and Sword, Phi Sigma Kappa, Kappa Phi Kappa, Phi Beta Kappa, Phi Delta Kappa, Pi Gamma Mu. I -..gif Bam- if L 's ' -----vw if--1..--K - W 1 5 if - 51' ' 'N - T- ifinnqqqr- V,-I ""'i t I- - A --f. . A v n - . . I 1' ii fJ.1.7'-'XVLIIMl'1.Xi-1-ClHi,E,1s.l na 'tiiztsfrhf' I Hrabrfdi , ---if-gait-94!""-B 'f44.,Jv, 4'4,:,.,a.4-A--H -.1c.4..u,..,., 'nl 3 it ROBERT FORTENBAUGH r FRED B. KELLY M .A. Assistant Professor of Education State Teachers' College, Superior, Wisconsin, 1924, B.S., Univer- sity of Minnesota, 1928, M.A., University of Minnesota, 1929, As- sistant in Education, University of Minnesota, 1928-29, Assistant Professor of Education, Gettysburg College, 1929-, Member of the National Society for the Study of Education, Department of Super- intendence of N. E. A., Lambda Delta Chi, Phi Delta Kappa. LESTER O- JOHNSON X ' X MA- , , V. Asszstant Professor of Education M.A., University of Minnesota, 1930, Assistant Professor of Education, Gettysburg College, 1930-, P1 Gamma Mu, Phi Delta . . . . V Kappa cN3C1Oh31 Educational Fraternityj. ss' - ,. 1 "k' 4 L - ' 1 ' ' f' Y, fr 13, MX! sister 7 gy are Q ss Q wish c Wie sg Aga ,gn-vw 2 me-NXF' fl' K 'Y . ,,.f..:::'.+, .1 2 "As2:-ff:-,:a::::-sm 1' arf we - ' 3, " SS Ei:Ef'E.:5Z1.,.,:,. - . 'i " 'ive :1f?f55" Q.fS:f'I"-:. 4. -1 1-JS s- ' . t . 1. r - my V-S . - , or f ,, ,,,5,s,,. ., .ra .t 'I - A 5 Ph.D. Adeline Sager Professor of History A.B., Gettysburg College, 1913, Graduate, Gettysburg Theolog- ical Seminary, 1916, A.lVl., Syracuse University, 1920, Ph.D., Uni- versity of Pennsylvania, 1926, Pastor, The Lutheran Church of the Atonement, Syracuse, N. Y., 1916-23, Instructor in Sociology and 1-listory, Syracuse University, 1920-21, Adeline Sager Professor of History, Gettysburg College, 1923-, fActing Professor, 1923-261, Contributed Historical Subjects to Periodical Publications, Member, The American Historical Association, The Association of History Teachers of the Middle Atlantic States and Maryland, Alpha Tau Omega, Phi Kappa Phi, Pi Gamma Mu, Phi Beta Kappa, Kappa Phi Kappa REGINALD HOMER GREENHOLT A.B. Instructor in History A.B., Gettysburg College, 1925, B.D., Gettysburg Theological Seminary, 1928, Graduate Work, University of Pennsylvania, In- structor in History, Gettysburg College, 1925-, Theta Kappa Nu, Kappa Phi Kappa, Phi Beta Kappa. -Mgt 28 Joi-IN BROWN ZINN Ph.D. Ockershausen Professor of Chemistry B.S., Gettysburg College, 1909, Ph.D., johns Hopkins University, 1911-13, Instructor in Chemistry, Amherst, 1913-16, Professor of Chemistry, Worcester Polytechnic Institute, 1919-24, Member of the American Chemical Society, American Association for the Advance- ment of Science, Professor of Chemistry, Gettysburg College, 1924-, Phi Beta Kappa, Sigma Epsilon, Alpha Tau Omega. CHARLES ALLEN SLOAT Ph.D. Assistant Professor of Chemistry BS., Gettysburg College, 1923, A.M., Haverford College, 1924, Graduate Work, Princeton University, 1924-27, Ph.D., Princeton Uni- versity, 193O, Assistant in Chemistry, Haverford College, 1923-24, Part-time Assistant in Chemistry, Princeton University, 1924-27, Assistant Professor of Chemistry, Gettysburg College, 1927-3 Member of American Chemical Society, American Association for the Ad- vancement of Science, Association of Science Teachers of the Middle Atlantic States and Maryland, Skeptical Chemists, Kappa Phi Kappa. CLYDE BELL STOVER A.M. Assistant Professor of Chemistry A.B., Gettysburg College, 1894, M.A., Gettysburg College, 1897, Graduate Work, Chemistry and Physics, Johns Hopkins University, 1894-95, Instructor in Chemistry, Gettysburg College, 1896-1915, Assistant Professor of Chemistry, Gettysburg College, 1915-26, Asso- ciate Professor of Chemistry, Gettysburg College, 1926-, Registrar, Gettysburg College, Member of the American Association for the Advancement of Science, American Chemical Society, Phi Beta Kappa, Kappa Phi Kappa. JOHN ALLEN SI-IEFFER MS. Assistant Professor of Chemistry B.S., Gettysburg College, 1921, Graduate Work in Chemistry, M.S., Gettysburg College, 1922, Laboratory Assistant in Chemistry, Gettysburg College, 1921-23, Instructor in Chemistry, Gettysburg College, 1923-26, Assistant Professor of Chemistry, Gettysburg Col- lege, 1926-3 Member of the American Association for the Advance- ment of Science, American Chemical Society, Skeptical Chemists. -..sgf 29 ,gee ""'1L wi! cs, , , .. Jfiif ' as-'TI 1' ., rn, Nr. L A , ., .. -.511 ,Q 5 ,K JA' I '- Y- -2- ' ff ,kr .. -.1 K, n -4' ,W 2 - . 1 ,L 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., University of Pennsylvania, 1875, First Assistant Physician, State Hospital for the Insane, Harrisburg, 1875-97, Specialist in Ner- vous Diseases, Easton, 1887-89, Professor of Physical Culture and Hygiene, Gettysburg College, 1889-92, Graff Professor of Biology, Gettysburg College, 1892-1920, Member, The Pennsylvania Health Association, Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science and the American Public Health Association, Medical Director, Gettysburg College, 1920-, Pen and Sworcl, Phi Beta Kappa, Phi Kappa Psi, Beta Beta Beta, Kappa Phi Kappa. ROBERT PRICE MARSH Ph.D. I 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 Amer- ica, The American Society of Plant Physiologists, Society for Experi- mental Biology ancl Medicine, The Physiological Section of the Bo- tanical Society, Vice-President of Beta Beta Beta for the Northwest Region, Charles H. Graeff Professor of Biology, Gettysburg, 1924-, Member of the Pennsylvania Academy of Science, Sigma Zeta, Delta Kappa Epsilon, Beta Beta Beta. HENRY C. BIKLE B.S. B.S., Gettysburg College, 1930, Instructor in Biology, Gettysburg College, 1930-, Beta Beta Beta, Kappa Phi Kappa, Sigma Chi. CHARLES A. BIKLE B.S. , B.S., Gettysburg College, 1930, Instructor in Biology, Gettysburg College, 1930-, Beta Beta Beta, Kappa Phi Kappa, Sigma Chi. -..sgf BO pa..- - V ' ' -f -1- 'Q q.,,,7...i?-:' R . 1 fir '4:.."s.e'rvs'.s"a l -11.-I1 ' f 1 . .5 ,..,..,f1.s.u-.+,ua...iQ.s.- .ln-I-. ' -"fx-J-:unnnilnu--V A -va.. -J----wi-' - 'S l-- PA 1 r A fr' T-- P".- cf A. ELLIOTT W. CHENEY Ph.D. Professor of Physics A.B., Dartmouth, 1920, A.M., Brown University, 1925, Ph.D., Princeton University, 1929, Post Graduate Worlc, Brown and Prince- ton Universities, Author of "Measurement of Index of Refraction of Gases at Higher Temperaturesng Instructor, Syracuse University, 1920-21, Instructor, Brown University, 1921-24, Charles A. Coffin Fellow, 1924-26, Associate Professor, Middlebury College, 1926-27, Acting Professor, Gettysburg College, 1927, Professor of Physics, Get- tysburg College, 1929-, American Physical Society, American Asso- ciation for the Advancement of Science, American Association of University Professors, Pennsylvania Academy of Science, Kappa Phi Kappa, Sigma Psi, Theta Chi. RICHARD BENSON LEARNARD A.M. Instructor in Physics BS., Dartmouth College, 1928, M.A., Dartmouth College, 1930, Teaching Fellowship, Dartmouth College, 1928-30, Instructor in Physics, Gettysburg College, 1930-, Kappa Phi Kappa, Gamma Alpha. RASMUS S. SABY Ph.D. Professor of Economics and Political Science A.B., University of Minnesota, 1907, Graduate Worlc, University of Wisconsin and Cornell University, Ph.D., University of Pennsyl- vania, 1910, Professor, Cornell University, 1910-24, Professor of Eco- nomics and Political Science, Gettysburg College, 1924-, Member of American Economics Association, The American Political Science As- sociation, The National Municipal League, American Academy of Political and Social Science, Phi Beta Kappa, Alpha Psi Epsilon, Pi Gamma Mu. GEORGE R. LARKIN A.B. Associate Professor of Economics A.B., Wesleyan University, 1919, A.M., Wesleyan University, 1921, Head of Department of Economics, West China Union Uni- versity, Chengtu, China, 1923-26, Acting Head of English Depart- ment, West China Union University, Chengtu, China, 1925-26, Grad- uate Fellowship in Economics, Cornell University, 1927-28, Associate Professor of Economics, Gettysburg College, 1926-, Psi Upsilon, Phi Beta Kappa, Alpha Sigma Epsilon, Alpha Psi Epsilon. E -..sgf 31 ig..- he I 'Y " rf- figs sr - ,gr s .L 1- ,, - . l I-I "' "'-3' ' H- .vi .W- I-ir:-1 l"1.I1.fl 1,11 '1.'+-Y-'i1!'il'?f!i.1i'! ' . "2"'i f'1f .1 fy: .: - " ' ' F-r ---u....r.4,,L....4-A 1-. me -e RICHARD ALLEN ARMS Ph.D. Alumni Professor of Mathematics A.B., Ursinus College, 1913, Ph.D., University of Pennsylvania, 19175 Professor of Mathematics, Juniata College, 1917-19, Instructor in Mathematics, University of Pennsylvania, 1919-20, Alumni Pro- fessor of Mathematics, Gettysburg College, 1920-g Member of the American Mathematical Society and The Mathematical Association of America, Director, Owl and Nightingale Club, Pen and Sworclg Tau Kappa Epsilon. CHARLES PAUL CESSNA M.A. Assistant Professor of Mathematics A.B., Gettysburg College, 19153 M.A., Gettysburg College, 1917, Instructor in Physics, Gettysburg College, 1915-18, Assistant Profes- sor of Physics, Gettysburg College, 1918-193 Instructor in Physics, Case School of Applied Science, 1919-21, Assistant Professor of Mathematics, Gettysburg College, 1921-5 Phi Sigma Kappa, Kappa Phi Kappa. PRESTON F. AMSPACHER B.S. Instructor in Mathematics and Physics B.S., Gettysburg College, 1930, Instructor in Mathematics and Physics, Gettysburg College, 1930-g Kappa Phi Kappa. FRANK HOLLINGER CLUTZ Ph.D. Burton F. Blough Professor of Civil Engineering A.B., Midland College, 1892, Ph.D., Johns Hopkins University, 1897, Scholar, Johns Hopkins University, 1893-97, Fellow, by Cour- tesy of Johns Hopkins University, 1896, Professor of Mathematics, Carthage College, 1899-1900, Professor of Civil Engineering, Gettys- burg College, 1918-g Member, American Mathematical Society, Amer- ican Association of Engineers, American Concrete Institute, Society for Promotion of Engineering Education and American Society for Testing Materials, Beta Theta Pi. -..egg 32 lg..- " A CALVIN GILBERT REEN B.S., MSE. Assistant Professor of Civil Engineering B.S., in C. E., Gettysburg College, 1920, Gracluate Student, Uni- versity of Michigan, Division of Highway Engineering ancl Highway Transportg M.S.E., University of Michigan, 19305 Instructor in Civil Engineering, Gettysburg College, 1920-24, Assistant Professor of Civil Engineering, Gettysburg College, 1924-5 Contact Man, Highway Re- search Boarcl, National Research Council, Member of the Permanent International Road Congress Association, S, P. E. E., A. A. U. P., The Matheinatical Association of America, The American Mathemati- cal Society, The American Association for the Advancement of Sci- ence, Iota Alpha Honorary Engineering Fraternity, Kappa Phi Kappa, Sigma Alpha Epsilon. RUDOLPI-I ROSENSTENGEL Professor of Electrical and Meclranical 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 Mechanics College, 1905-083 Engineer, Westinghouse Electrical and Manufacturing Company, 1908-ll, Fellow, Engineering, Sibley College, Cornell University, 1911-125 Superintendent, Engineering De- partment, Bryant and Stratton College, Buffalo, N. Y., 1912-173 Asso- ciate Member of American Institute of Electrical Engineering, Pro- fessor of Electrical and Mechanical Engineering, Gettysburg College, 1918-. BERTRAM HANSON SALTZER M.E. Assistant Professor of Meclvanical Engineering B.S., Pennsylvania State College, 1923g M.E., Pennsylvania State College, 1928, Mechanical Engineering Staff, Bethlehem Steel Com- pany, Steelton Plant, Instructor in Mechanical Engineering, Gettys- burg College, 1923-28, Assistant Professor of Mechanical Engineering, Gettysburg College, 1928-5 First Lieutenant, United States Army Air Reserves, Tau Kappa Epsilon. WILLIAM STEWART MORRIS Captain, U. S. A. Professor of Military Science and Tactics ana' Commander Reserve Officers' Training Corps B.S., Virginia Military Institute, 1916, Regular Army, 1917-183 Instructor, Infantry School, U. S. A. 1918-19, Test Officer, Depart- ment of Experiment, U. S. Infantry, 1920-21, Graduate, Signal School, U. S. A., 19225 Staff Officer, 20th Infantry Brigade, Panami Canal Zone, 1922-25, Graduate, Infantry School, U. S. A., 1926, Professor of Military Science and Tactics, Gettysburg College, 1926-3 Scabbarcl ancl Blacle. -..sgvf 33 WILBUR R. MCREYNOLDS Captain, U. S. A. Assistant Professor of Ilflilitary Science and Tactics A.B., Ohio University, 1915, B.S. in Education, Ohio State Uni- versity, 1916, Athletic Coach and Instructor, Loclcland High School, Cincinnati, Ohio, 1915-16, Athletic Coach and Instructor, Wheaton High School, Minnesota, 1916-17, Graduate lst Training Camp, O. R. C., Fort Snelling, Minn., 1917, Graduate School of Tactics, Gon- clrecourt, France, 1918, Graduate Infantry School, Fort Benning, Geor- gia, Aide-de-Camp, General M. L. Hershey, 1920-21, Athletic and Recreation Oflicer, Fort Clayton, Canal Zone, 1924-27, Graduate Tank School, Fort-Leonard Wood, Md., 1928, Assistant Professor of Mili- tary Science and Tactics, Gettysburg College, 1928-, Coach of Wrest- ling, Swimming, Rifle, Track and Freshman Football, Gettysburg Col- lege, Director of Intramural Athletics, Gettysburg College, Presi- dent Eastern Intercollegiate Track Conference, 1930-31, Phi Delta Theta. JAMES MAS!-IBURN Sergeant U. S. A. Instructor in Military Science and Tactics Sergeant, DEML-R. O. T. C., First Lieutenant, O. R. C., Instruc- tor in Military Science and Tactics, Gettysburg College, 1930-. CLAYTON E. BILHEIMER Professor of Physical Education M.E., Lehigh University, A.M., Columbia University, Professor of Physical Education, Gettysburg College, 1927-, HENRY TROSTLE BREAM B.S. Instructor in Physical Education B.S., Gettysburg College, 1924, Professor of History and Physical Director, Phoenixville High School, 1924-26, Instructor in Mathe- matics, Gettysburg College, 1926, Assistant Athletic Director and Freshman Coach, Gettysburg College, 1926, Head Coach and In- structor in Physical Education, Gettysburg, 1927-, Pen and Sword, Phi Gamma Delta. -..sg 34 gg..- 1 "" 3 Fifi: '-.'1l1 . ,L ., . as-4 --ug-. CHARLES W. BEACHEM BS. Alumni Secretary BS., Gettysburg College, 1925, Teacher and Principal, Mt. Pleas- ant High School, 1925-29, Alumni Secretary, Gettysburg College, 1929-g Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Kappa Phi Kappa, Pen and Sword. , Joi-:N HOWARD KNICKERBOCKER AM. 1 ' Librarian B.A., Columbia College, 19213 A.M., Columbia University, 1928g Assistant in Columbia University Library, 1916-189 Library War Serv- ice, American Library Association, Assistant Librarian, Edgewood Ar- senal, Md., and Camp Merritt, N. J., 1918-19, Graduate, New York Public Library, Library School, 19245 Assistant in Science and Tech- nology Division and Main Reading Room, New York Public Library, 1919-23, Chief of Acquisition Department and of Readers' Depart- 1, ment, New York University, Washington Square Library, 1923-29, Librarian, Gettysburg College, 1929-5 Member of American Library Association, New York Library Club, American Historical Associa- Q tion, Pennsylvania State Library Association, New York Young Re- ' publican Club. ' I 1 4 ARTHUR C. DECKER ' A.B. General Secretary of Y. M. C. A. A.B., Gettysburg College, 1927, B.D., Gettysburg Theological Seminary, 19305 Kappa Delta Rho, Phi Beta Kappa. 35 -i ' '., -1.-if -- i, 1: -nf f W' -!'R"'Qw"" ' ,"""v'-j ' n--- -, uw, ,egfrff .-..1-1f"'n"ir,5',f P '1l'il'il1x'1- 'l "' 'F' l'v ."1 i. 5-.. -Y-4.1.5 V 1 ' -' '11 . "- 1 .. 4331, " - : -oe-s-44111144-1. 4.44l,L'dJ.l-5,14-. .,....rg,4,.,,,,,4,, - ' 2 -a,,.a-gg-4....-3 4 -- . .",,g1,P 1 1 STUDENT COUNCIL President. ........ - ..................... , ,.....,....... ..., , ,.,,. 2 --,WILLIAM ANGLEMOYER, '31 Vice-President ......,,..,,.. WILLIAM STOCK, '31 Secretary .........,.... KENNETH NEWBOULD, '31 Treasurer .,..,..,,, ,,,--,-, L EoN DEVON, '32 Me55enger--., .........,.......... .-.JERE BREAM, '34 Representatives Edward Stare, '31 James Bristol, '32 William Horn, '32 Gordon Gardner, '33 Lawrence Morris, '33 T THE head of the student body, as that group's communicant with the administration of the college, stands the Student Council. It is the duty of this organization to conduct all campus elections, sponsor whatever project it may deem necessary to the advancement of the college, select the members of the student tribunal, and formulate the rules and regulations governing that body. Two new movements have been started this year towards the improvement of conditions within that body. The idea of the Student Chest Fund was carried over from last year, and the establishment of such a fund definitely effected during the current year. The council has also supervised the composition of a constitution for the freshman class with the thought that within three years every class will have a similar document, and the class constitution will become a regular institution at Gettysburg College. These constitutions provide for such matters as the nominations and elections of class officers, the payment of class dues, and the powers and privileges of the members of the class. Each year the council sponsors a part of the home-coming week-end for the alumni, pro- viding as its bit of the program the inter-class scraps of the morning, and the dance in the evening after the football game. -..agi 36 Jigs..- F 1 STUDENT TRIBUNAL President ,...,, H ....,.. - .,.,..,...,... - ........... .... - ...,.,, W ILLIAM ANGLEMOYER, '31 Vice-President ,,..w......... WILLIAM STOCK, '31 Secretary ...............,... AUSTIN MCCARTY, '33 Treasurer ,..,,..,...,..,,.,,...,.,.,,,.. Y ..,..,,... ...,.,.., ,,,,,.,, E D WIN A. HARDY, '32 .Members Charles Renshaw, '33 William Cowell, '33 Raber Seely, '32 Rodman Smith, '33 IN ORDER that the traditional customs governing the social behavior of all classes in the College, excepting the Senior, may be rigidly and impartially enforced, a Student Tribunal is annually appointed by the Student Council. This Tribunal is all-powerful, its sentences are never disputed. Any alleged Violator of a college custom is hailed before it, at the instigation of two or more upper classmen, or four freshmen, and is given a fair trial. If the offender is found guilty, the Tribunal passes sentence upon him. These sentences are varied and colorful, they may range anywhere from a simple froclc of ancient vintage and uncertain origin to a most conspicuous hair-cut of the latest vogue. The sentence takes place at high noon of each Friday, on the Forum of Old Dorm. The authority of the Tribunal is derived from its governing body, the Student Council. All actions of the Tribunal are vigorously substantiated by the Student Council. Req.- -f',r ??'f- ' '- , . . v ,I VVHEN CO-EDS WORE HATS! -..Qgf 38 EM.- , V , - I , . 1--5 ,-Q-bf, .Q -wg ' r ' ' .H ' H 'u Eg llxx , 'Q ' ' fe L3 EAI U! I 3 MI. 4 , p .-'aw---an A.-q.,4..f '-'- x' v,'--- ,nm-.... .- . - . ,',A:-QS' fgea K, M fe .Lf X N pix 3 2' XIX x' X .V f-wtf X X - H' ,QXX 96 5 Q'-5. X E ,t Arg, , t ,f q Pnfh ' fs , e e-' s u -,,. XX . 'E' '7 Q ' 7'-f f at " A X t 1, , Ay n , ,, Q, x, ,. ,.,,,,,.f . , Q g ,..5SIJ5f5sig55 : b J, . Ma ,.., .. - X lib 2241, gmkitg T w.l,,,,.-':hxxX 1... cl. '- 1475 V , Qffigxfl w "" X xxx ' if : x 54' N , , Z X X f , I D N , , t Im XX 'Z X e f-fs UN Nh wh f We BOGK II Roll Call "' 'Tis a hara' language, this Latin, at least, for me. I mufh prefer an hour of mathematics, hut then, they tell me, that Latin is the more import- ant of the twof' THE OLD DORM IN THE MOONLIGHT Have you seen the Old Dorm shining in the moonlight, And the silver softly sifting through the trees? Have you heard the fellows singing on the Old Dorm steps, And the mandolins altinlele in the breeze? Ah, fellows, on the campus in the moonlight You can hear the sweetest music ever sung, And see beauties that surpass the Grecian sculpture, Whose praises in our ears have ever rung. And, fellows, do you ever stop to listen, Wlveii they play the mandolins upon the steps? Does your better nature swell and sway within you, Do the songs of this old College stir its depths? Do you ever watch the Old Dorm in the evening, Wlueiz the lights begin to flash out one by one Like the eastern stars burn out upon the heavens, Upon the glorious setting of the sun? And when the lights have dropped away at midnight, And the moonlight sheds its brightness over all, Do you ever stand and gaze in silent rapture At the grandeur of this old and noble hall? Ah, fellows, how we love this old white building With its mighty columns, beautiful and strong, Witlv its memories, haunting every nook and corner, It has been our second home place for so long. Too soon weill leave this grand and noble College, And leave behind this long familiar hall, But the picture that we'll always carry with us Is the Old Dorm and the moonlight over all. --get 40 ite-- i l . ,'-"1 1 -1, g" 5-.,' A . .ly Y 'x n - . . --' . ' V x v Q' -4,-.' ., A . Q5 ' 5 , F 6. -'idlgxk Yn,.w,p-1' -i' ..,, ,ah...,7- ,:., W KX I I In X If f"""jff ' ?a..::,Qs , fm -f'E"T"" 1 4 aa: f" .M . I 4 r , ""' r! .H Y 1 I I ,I S IE N lnl Q02 IR S x x bk U Yfv? ' ' ' P' -1 Y gs X -fy A Q A n- -,311 ' -f.- . 1' H ,i WVITIV , v is-'flu Yr Lgixxv, MA VA Q Y 'Y :A .-f K Ja 4 ' " ' , ' x x P J' ' - -H ff- - f - f - . ,. sl vu ' ' ' .ja Y- , .. ,,, .... - . h Y-Vw , SENIOR CLASS HISTORY We are the class of nineteen thirty-one. In numerals at least we are distinct And separate from any other class Which Gettysburg has nurtured or will nurse, But we feel independent several ways: We've lived our own four years in our own style, Have grapplecl, tussled mightily with books, Learned for ourselves what we have strength to do. A quick and active, full experience Has worked its many miracles in us, We once were children, irresponsible And quite unconscious of the manly art Of living deeply, strongly, thoughtfully. The weathering of discipline and toil, The storms of tears and rage and baffled dreams, And all the sunlight from the sky of joy Have washed from us the pretty paint of youth, Exposing thus the colors of the man. The sudden, bright discovery of self Outshines, perhaps, all that the college gives To us in classroom sessions for the mind. It is a revelation, nothing less, To study grimly by the midnight oil Until the print goes reeling past our eyes- To think and wonder in the dark for years, And then to see the glowing dawn of Life! While in us churned the magic of our growth, Around us whirled the tumult of our school, We lived with tomes and teachers, foes and friends, Enjoyed our girls and dancing, football games, And endless conversations in the night. We leavened work with gaiety and puns, Created pleasure where it was not found. Nor did we overlook the tale of centuries Of human genius, manifest in Art: We read the poet, pondered with the sage, Felt all the thrill of Man's intelligence. On, on! We must deserve that heritage Of noble thought, bequeathed to us by Time. We must be gentlemen We must be great! GEORGE NEFF LUCAS, -mags 42 geo.- Class Historian - 'J'-1' A .- lf". A EDWARD 5. FRESEJ5 VlC,E'PRESlDENT A QX 49 5 KE NNl2T5H Newaouw LAWRENCE ra.TnoMvsoN I SECRETARY UWQZQLQW i A DD. IDENT SN!- .U 3 41 3 .ER ii --if 43 ww- A K 7 'f"7""" -f"T"""f""" - ii ,. 1.2 "1 'WH'-"' 7.'f.,?'T"'.-??'s 1-.nw-'-"" ' - ':31IL'WP !.IL'l TY -. fl N 5-ji 11. if- W, - ' '-Ax, 1 i94,,. fk W.-+- ..+:4.4,.:..,,,,,,,,f J, ff QA 3'-. ' s . . -.P ' nr ,M ' LEWIS CLAUDE AMPS, T K E Johnstown, Pa. H H B.S., BIOLOGY 5110ffy Prepared at Johnstown High Schoolg Band, Cl, Z, 3, 435 Student Leader, C435 Orchestra, C1, 23, Manager, C335 Glee Club, Cl, 2, 3, 43, Leader, C435 Freshman- Sophomore Hop Committeeg Sophomore P1ay5 Junior Prom Committeeg Rifle Team, Cl, 2, 335 Manager Rifle Team, C435 Scabbard and Bladeg Beta Beta Betag Schoolmarfs Club5 Deutsche Verein. WILLIAM F. ANGLEMOYER, fIJ T' A Phoenixville, Pa. B.S., BUSINESS "Skeetz" Prepared at Wenonah Military Academyg Student Council, C2, 3, 43, Treasurer, C33, President, C435 Stu- dent Tribunal, C2, 3, 43, Secretary, C33, President, C435 Freshman Football: Varsity Football, CZ, 3, 435 Junior Varsity Basketball, C135 Varsity Basketball, CZ, 3, 43, Captain, C435 Varsity Baseball, CZ, 3, 435 Junior Varsity Baseball, C135 Junior Prom Committee5 Kappa Phi Kappa. GEORGE W. AUMILLER, K A P N Downington, Pa. B.S., ENGLISH "George" Prepared at Girard College High School5 Gettys- burgian, Cl, Z, 33, Associate Editor, C435 Student Tri- bunal, C233 Frosh-Soph Hop Committeeg Freshman Tennis Manager, Freshman Tennis Team5 Varsity Tennis Team, C2, 335 Secretary of Class, C235 Class Basketball, Cl, 235 Junior Varsity Debating Team, C335 Class Football, C135 Campus Beautiful Club5 School- nIan's Club, C435 Kappa Phi Kappa5 Blue Crocodiles. ROBERT BARKLEY, CID 2 K Shippensburg, Pa. A.B., ENGLISH "Bob" Prepared at Gloversville High School and Ship- pensburg State Teacherls College5 Gettysbzzvyiavz, C2, 3, 43, Sports Editor, C435 Class Basketball, C2, 33. EDWARD C. BEARD, ff' E K Gettysburg, Pa. B.S., BUSINESS ADJVIINISTRATION "Eddie" Prepared at Gettysburg High School5 Y. M. C. A. Cabinet, C2, 335 Class Basketball, C1, 235 Deutsche Verein. JOHN D. BERT, 2 X Chambe rsbu rg, Pa. B.S., INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING "Bert" Prepared at Chambersburg High Schoolg Assistant ' Basketball Manager, Cl, 23. RALPH W. BIRK Johnstown, Pa. B.S., HISTORY "Bi1'ky" Prepared at Johnstown High School. JOHN W. BLACK Gettysburg, Pa. B.S., MATHEMATICS , ff,Tohn" Prepared at Gettysburg High Schoolg Soccer, Man- ager, C43. -ef 44 ' ' 'V 'B-vis-e 'ig' I...-"'f7"T" I - "H" 'H . ..- , 1 . 1 , I , I I . I m 1, 4.1! , un, 4 51. , 0 L, KIM 1 Jia. ,lo fm' , - -w si 4- I .-1.-sas.-. an-'1 1" -4.4L.a-dp-s- - -- 1 .,.,,, If I '-E . '-4 1'--'. c...-... .14-. ' 6 , I farce' . f . f ,JL l " vs"x .r, . . ,., ,, I MARCUS R. BONSIGNORE 3 Rochester, N. Y. l B.S., BIOLOGY "Marc" , Prepared at Gettysburg Academy: French Club. Cl. 2, 3, 45: Soccer, C3, 45: Skeptical Chymists: ln- 1-. ter-Class VVrestling, CZ, 35. I 5 PAUL W. BOONE I I , Baltimore, Md. Q B.S., CIIEIrIIs'rRY "Baum" : Prepared at Towso-n High School: Radio Club. C2, i 35: French Club, 43. 45: Skeptical Chymists: Soccer. ' ' 43.45. l I l l HENRY M. BOWERS, KD A GJ i 4 Hanover. Pa. i B.S., FRENCH "Hvnncr" - Prepared at Hanover High School: and Proxrell ' I Commercial College: French Club. President C45: is Kappa Phi Kappa: Chairman Cap and Gown Commit- tee: Phi Sigma Iota. 2 i, 1 5 I l HARRY M. BURKHOLDER K Greencastle. Pa. i 4 B.S., CIIEMISTRY "Burky" l , Prepared at Greencastle High School: Glee Club. 1 tl, 2, 3, 45: Soccer, LS. 45: Freshman Track: Skep- 2 tical Chymists. ' , l I l CHARLES W. COBLE, K A P 3 H 1 Northampton, Pa. B.S., BUSINESS "Bill" . 1 3 Prepared at Northampton High School: Junior Prom A A Committee: Interfraternity Council, 13, 45. N -if ,vm . E 4 ' g l' 1 I U- , . 'Faith' T HENRY M. COOPER y , 1,-if f l l Glenville, Pa. l ' A.B., HISTORY "Hen" T ' E Prepared at Codorus Township High School: Rifle ' 'Q-if2jl1 Club. fl. 2. 3, 45: Historical Association, CZ, 3, 45: i .1 Schoolman's Club, C3, 45, President, C45. .Z I PAUL E. COOPER, CIP K P Glenside, Pa. B.S., BIOLOGY "Coop" j Prepared at West Chester and Ambler High Schools: El Schoolmarfs Club, C453 Soccer, C3, 45. CHESTER W. COS!-IUN Gettysburg, Pa. V B.S., CHEIIIISTRY HCIIBSFCIJJ ' Prepared at Gettysburg High School: 1931 SPEC- j TRUM Staff: Sophomore Play Committee: Skeptical I Chymists, President, 145: Student Instructor, C3, 45. 45 les-- ik ' , . '-"fvf'1.'fA---veg: , I ' "G 'J--rivv-a-e.,.t ' f '5lI.3u11fiI,!L' J -- T 'VFI' :WX ' -"5 f7fl.ll1!'I'V' W iglililid ' - . 41-..,. - ' 3'ii.JJaaJLl:l-Ei-rw iw' S 1 ,, .LJ-. "-P3'- C 'I -A , . If., V .-E-Q 'ls ft'-. .xnlfi ' I ,. I l NORMAN H. DETWEILER f Souderton, Pa. I B.S., CIVIL ENGINEERING "Norm" Prepared at Souderton High School. I fr JOHN B. DZCKSON, E X Gettysburg, Pa. A.B., ENGLISH "John" Prepared at Gettysburg High School, Class Bas- ketball Manager, C1, 2, 355 Golf Team, C1, 25. ' il . A MARTHA D. DIEHL, I' KID "5 Iqinrefsvilie, Pa. '15, B.S., ENGLISH "Mar-tim" 1 ' Prepared at Nockamixon High School, Y. VV. C. A., lx I Cl, 2, 3, 453 French Club, C2, 35, Glee Club, C45. l CHARLES A. DOEI-INE 4 Harrisburg, Pa. Q B.S., BUSINESS "Charlie" . Prepared at Harrisburg Technical High School and Q Harrisburg Academy, Radio Club, Vice-President, C25, . President, C3, 45. I CHARLES A. DOUB pl VVilliamSport, Md. B.S., HISTORY "Charlie" l Prepared at Williamsport High School, School- ll l1l3.I1yS Club, CZ. 3, 45, Secretary, C453 French Club. ll C1, 2, 3, 45, Historical Association, Cl, 2, 3, 45, Class Soccer, C355 Assistant Baseball Manager, Cl, 2, 35, ' Soccer, C3, 45. I RICHARD E. DOUB Williamsport, Md. B.S., HISTORY "Dick" Prepared at Williamsport High School, Football Manager, C45, Assistant, C1, 2, 35, Historical Associa- 5 tion, C2, 3. 45, French Club, C2, 3, 45, Class Soccer, 't - C355 Soccer, C3, 455 Schoolman's Club, C2, 3, 45, ' Vice-President, C45. . l GEORGE W. DRESS, JR., A T Q Harrisburg, Pa. B.S.. POLITICAL SCIENCE "George" , Prepared at Harrisburg Technical High School: 4 French Club, C353 Class Football, Cl, 255 VVrestliI1g. .., 35. J' Joi-IN C. ERNEST, KP A C15 Mifflintown, Pa. i B.S., ECONOMICS "J'nIz.1Iuy" Prepared at Miiflintown and William Penn High Schools: Track, C2, 353 Class Football, C255 Senior Sponsor. rl -..il 46 lga..- It --1---V fe- f . f . - - --11s-.wafer A' 'iWltl.l1'I1'I- fi.-.fixfi 53 - --fIvI.ifmf'!'.uaI J ' ' " "'-'u' .1f,l.j., ,ara-4-"-'L4-4-A'.54.s . 'A-H if-9 nag..-is--qv. 'ff.v.',g .....sf.,L P . ,. r 14' '. rip- -ft: ..,,. ---.L-.,..- , iv-f,... ov..-l ,k I J' JOHN W. EVANS, CIP I' A Delta, Pa. B.S., INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING "Titter" Prepared at Delta High School, Class Football Man- ager, C25, Assistant Baseball Manager, Cl, 2, 35, Var- sity Baseball Manager, C45. EARL S. FLEMING, T K E Tamaqua, Pa. B.S., BUSTNI-:ss "Smiley" Prepared at Tamaqua High School, Band, Cl, 2, 3, 45, SPECTRUM Staff, C35, Class Basketball Mana- ger, C15, Gettysburgian Business Staff, C2, 35, Circu- lation Manager Gcttysbrrrgiuu, CS, 45, Alpha Psi Ep- silon. LULA MAY FLORY, I' KID Royersford. Pa. A.B., LATIN "Lula" Prepared at Royersford High School, French Club, Cl, 2, 35, Y. W. C. A., Cl, 2, 3. 45, Cabinet, CZ, 35, C0-ed Reporter GEffySb1H'gl!lH, C25. C. CWEN FRIES, A TQ Greencastle, Pa. B.S., LIATHEMATICS "Charlie" Prepared at Greencastle High School, French Club. C1, 2, 35, Kappa Phi Kappa, Soccer, Senior Sponsor. EDWARD S. FREESE A T Q J Brooklyn, N. Y. B.S., BuSxNEsS ADMINISTRATION "Ed" Prepared at Richmond Hill High School, Class Football, C153 Class Basketball, C15, Class Vice-Presi- dent, C45, Varsity Track Manager, C45, Assistant Track Manager, CZ, 35, Cross Country Manager, C45, Y. M. C. A. Cabinet Treasurer, C45, Junior Prom Committee, 1931 SPECTRUMQ Alpha Psi Epsilon, C2, 3, 45, President, C45. CARL W. PUEHRER Carlisle, Pa. B.S., CIVIL ENGINEERING "Carl" Prepared at Carlisle High School, Class Basketball Team, C1, 25, Class Football, Cl, 25. MARTHA JANE GARRETSON, FQ Biglerville, Pa. A.B., HISTORY Prepared at Biglerville High School, French Club, S, 35, Y. W. C. A., Cl, 25, Historical Association. A "Ga-rrcff JOSEPH A. GAUGHAN Pottsville, Pa. B.S., CHEMISTRY "Jog" Prepared at Pottsville High School, Assistant Ten- nis Manager, Cl, 25, Skeptical Chymists, C2, 3, 45, Deutscher Verein, C2, 3, 45, Gcttysburgian, C1, 2, 35, 1931 SPECTRUM. ,4. , I f ,.-fm., ' " fs fa- iii -..if Ear.- .-..: ..- f., 'Nm--ff' . 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' 521E3:39' ' 252, J Flin? ?:fE'5'-E-""1-NJ ': f : . ' V. -r ' .... :'3G:5:Q -' N ' L-1 . 249-..f-f::1 1- I .. ,. ., , , ' :sas 4. -c"..:z:.:-f ,Q-3.,1. . . M , 1-.vs ' . - 19-IM:-11-21 2- z . ' E -j. ' ofagy, L. ff-:fu " ' ' " :1sz:e-121:21--eaaaa- - aa-cw-:'.-Af :- f:z::iQ-ev1za::r.sw-vs . . ,J -lg I. ff' I . . .f.,1.Q.::- FQ, I ' ' , 7 Zi:e.f'."F'1' r ' i f' -. 2-Sf T-'13 V .fgslfigf-.1'L . . ni., -"'. -21" L ffl DAVID E. Gooo, CIDA G A ' Ephrata, Pa. H I B.S., POLITICAL SCIENCE Dave' Prepared at Ephrata High School, Business Man- ager Sophomore Play, Business Manager Gettysburg: ian., Business Manager Owl and NzghtI1z.gaIe,' P1 Lambda Sigma, President, C453 Interfraternity Council. ANNA BELLE GREENAWAY, I' 'KID Hanover, Pa. J A.B., LATIN Hflllmll Prepared at Hanover High School, Y. W. C. A., Glee Club, French Club, Varsity Basketball, Cl, 2, l3j, Captain, CEO, Honorable Mention Garver Latin Prize, Cll- KARL GRIMM, JR., GD K N Gettysburg, Pa. l A.B., ENGLISH HD1lfCl116n Prepared at Gettysburg Acadeniy, Assistant Foot- ball Manager, CU, Deutsche Verein, Blue Crocodiles, Gettysbirryian, C1, 2, 3D, CHI!-ILUI1 Bawl. HAROLD W. GULICK, fID A Q Perkasie, Pa. B.S., BUSINESS "Speed" Prepared ,at Perkasie High School, Sophomore Work Committee, Associate Business Manager G-Book, Ad- vertising Manager Gettysl7u1'giaI1g Assistant Football Manager, Cl, 2, 35, Associate Manager, C4j. ARTHUR S. HAAS, E A E Reading, Pa. B.S., BUSINESS "Lefty" Prepared at Harrisburg Academy, Freshman Foot- ball, Varsity Football, C2, 35, Freshman Basketball, Varsity Basketball, C2, 3, 43, Varsity Baseball, C2, 3, 45, French Club. Cl, 21, Alpha Psi- Epsilon, Senior Sponsor, Chief Proctor, C4j, Pen and Sword. JOHN W. HALL, CID 1' A Sunbury, Pa. B.S., EcoNoIIIcs "Jerk" Prepared at Sunbury High School and Gettysburg Academy, Freshman Football, Freshman Basketball, Freshman Baseball, Varsity Football, CZJL Varsity Basketball, C2, 35, 45, Varsity Track, CZD, Sophomore Dance Committee, Senior Committee, Gettyslz-iwgiazi, C275 Pi Lambda Sigma. PATRICK HAND, T KE Shenandoah, Pa, HPUV-1 B.S., BIOLOGY Prepared at Shenandoah High School, Beta, Scabbard and Blade, Rifle Club, C45 Manager 1931 SPECTRUM. Beta Beta 5 Circulation JOHN W. HARTLE Hagerstown, Md. A.B., POLITICAL SCIENCE Prepared at Hagerstown High School, French Club, "Jack" i .,.. ...gf 12, 33, Pi Lambda Sigma. -..egg 48 Ig I L V' 'fe' s-feea-in -v .Q rv.. , . I ' .' 1 ' . , r I. . -, , .3l?.r'l.-.1,X--K.,-.1LIi',11I 'I'-I" 2 I lb-'AI--LJ ,, 1- J- " 1 - ,-4 , --1. In e-i- '-' A- 5.4 ,511 ,,A. -"-u-u I. Vx ji ,I 'Cvi 1. I I l Ji I .Pi l . I I l , . AI Ll. I r a Fl I I I II I I ,I if I I a i I it I ,I !I lt qv --.f --.J --. . af-- ,.......-....-xJ'.sr- l -EVP 'lu--.-. ' . LEROY C. HARTMAN Cashtown, Pa. B.S., C1-xsmxsrax' "Pai" Prepared at Gettysbux-Cg High School and Ship- pensburg State Teacl1er's 'ollege. u MAURICE A. I-IECKMAN, 411 K P Fayetteville, Pa. RS., C1-1EMIs'rRv "Maurice" Prepared at Chambersburg High School: Skeptical Cliymistsg Freshman-Sopbomore Hop Committee 1 Campus Beautiful Club, Cl, 25. DONALD R. I-Iaroizs, fb E K Biglerville, Pa. A.B., ENGLISH "DWI" Prepared at Biglerville High School, GPffj'.YC71I-l'!l1.lLIl, Cl, 2, 3, 453 lllanaging Editor, C25, Editor-in-Chief, C355 Associate Editor, 1931 SPEC'l'RUM,' Assistant Erl- itor. G-Book, C255 Y. M. C. A. Cabinet. C251 Junior Varsity Debating Squad, Cl5: Class Debate, C155 Philhellenic Societyg Blue Crocmlilesg Pen and Swordg Class Honors, C355 Phi Beta Kappa. Joi-iN I-IELLER St. Albans, VV. Va. H A.B., PHILOSOPHY "f0lI-II Prepared at Baltimore City College: Glee Club, Cl, 2, 3, 453 Sages, C455 Ministerial Association, C1, 2, 3, 45. EDMUND K. HELWIG , Pleasant Valley, Md. NEW, B.S., Hisronx' Prepared at Pleasant Valley High School: Minis- terial Association, CZ, 355 Historical Association, C1, 2, 3, 45. Joi-IN ROBERT HENKLE, 2 AE Pittsburgh, Pa, B.S., CHEMISTRY "'Hiu1r" Prepared at David B. Oliver High School, Fresh- man Basketballg Varsity Basketball, CZ, 3, 45, Co-Cap- tain, C45g Freshman Baseballg Varsity Baseball, CZ, 3, 45, Manager Class Basketball, C253 Interfraternitv Council, C3, 45, President, C45, Pen and Sword, C3, 455 Scabbard and Blade, C3, 455 Sophomore Playg Skep- tical Chymists Clubg Class Vice-President, C35. FREDERICK W. HERMAN, GJKN Pottsville, Pa. B.S., CHEMISTRY "Fr-itz" Prepared at Pottsville High Schoolg Assistant Track Manager, Cl, 2, 353 Amateur Play Contest, C355 Father and Son Play, C459 Campus Beautiful Club, Cl, Z, 353 Skeptical Chymists, C3, 45, Treasurer, C455 Deutscher Verein, C2, 3, 455 Frosh-Soph Hop Committee, C25. -ag-if Ygama ...ra 5, , .FQ Ma.. I L 'N ,sk:i1T,,"f--V-'V ,T jfr-rw-+5--1r,.'6 -3: ' .- 'gQ',"' if 'I VI: "S'1'.+-fi'-11-Li Q 1 'rm' - - -I-1 N 4' F 1W'f 'I "-.Q 'f' 'M' "--'.l1,l. l.i'fQfLi V. AV A ' ll-l-1-:elf-C Ca 1 hi v..ay4. X Affdgi .est . 4.5 , . X 1 --a " , ' fuk. ROBERT D. I-IERSI-IEY, 69 K N Reading, Pa. U A.B., PHILOSOPHY 'IBUI7' Prepared at Reading High Schoo13 Owl and Night- ingale, Glee Club, Cl, 2, 3', 45, Manager, C25, Leader. C353 Varsity Quartette, C2, 3, 453 Philhellenic Society, Secretary, C453 Sages, C3, 453 Managing Editor G- Bookg Kappa Phi Kappa3 Sophomore Play Committee, Freshman Sophomore Hop COl11l'l1iiCtSCQ Y. M. C. A. Cabinet, C3, 45, Secretary, C35. DONALD L. I-IOUSER, 2 A E U Ruljisdale, Pa. A.B., LATIN "DUN-H Prepared at East Huntington High Schoolg Manager Class Football Team, C153 Assistant Baseball Manager, Cl, 2, 35, Associate Manager, C453 Secretary Junior Y. M. C. A. Cabinet, C253 Senior Y. M. C. A. Cab- inet, C353 1931 SPECTRUM Staff, Program Committee, C45. J. ERNEST I-IOWER, fb A 0 Mifflintown, Pa. - B.S., CI-iEIu1s'rRY "Erma" Prepared at Miiflintown High School, Football, Cl, 2, 3, 453 Skeptical Chymists. C. RICHARD JACOBS, GD KN York, Pa. A.B., LATIN "Dick" Prepared at York High School3 Soccer, C353 VVrest- ling, C2, 353 Samuel Gai-ver Creek Prizeg Class Hou- ors, Cl, 253 Highest Class Honors, C353 Class Debating Team, C253 Varsity Debating Team, C2, 353 Gcttysbzwg- ian, Cl, 253 Philhellenic Society, Phi Beta Kappa. GEORGE W. JACOBS Harrisburg, Pa. B.S., CHEMISTRY "Jake" Prepared at Harrisburg Technical High School and John Harris High School. C. HAROLD JOHNSON, 111 2 K VVilliamsport, Pa. B.S., BIOLOGY "Hal" Prepared at Williamsport High Schoolg Gettysburg- ian, Cl, 2, 35, Associate Editor, C353 Activities Editor, 1931 SPECTRUM, Glee Club, C2, 3, 453 Fresh- man-Sophomore Hop CoInInittee3 Skeptical Chymists: French Club, C3, 453 Deutsche Verein, Treasurer, C35, President, C453 Beta Beta Beta, Historian, C35, Vice- President, C453 Band, Cl, 2, 353 Orchestra, Cl, Z, 35. JOHN TAYLOR KEISTER, Q9 K N Washington, D. C. A.B., PHILOSOPHY "John" Prepared at McKinley High School and the Univer- sity of Maryland3 Deutscher Verein, C3, 453 Sages3 Scabbard and Blade, C453 G-Book Business Managerg Y. M. C. A. Cabinet3 RiHe Club, C15. THOMAS B. KLINE, Q1 2 K Philadelphia, Pa. B.S., ENGLISH "Tommy" Prepared at Renovo High School3 Varsity Debating, C1, 2, 3, 453 President Debating Council, C453 Gettyx- buwgiazi, Cl, 2, 3, 45, Sports Editor, C25, Associate Editor, C453 Interfraternity Council, C3, 45, Vice-Pres- ident, C453 Tau Kappa Alpha3 S3gCSQ Deutscher Ver- eing Phi Beta KZPDSZQ Blue Crocodiles. e2f50l2se 5 ---. 1 ' - qgif, . ., I , - -1 1- ll N. -znwt.-I "".---vz1:iIi".. ' ., .s 4 ' 1.--A-.5-.a....a.... . '-.xii - ' .,- ,gl '. TS". f -- A'- . 'X .PL 1 .1 ROBERT H. KLINGER, EX Pottstown, Pa. B.S., INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING "Bob" Prepared at Wenonah Military Academy, Freshman Football: Varsity Football, C2, 3, 43: Freshman Base ketball, Varsity Basketball, C2, 3, 41, Carmoiz Bawl, CD, Pen and Sword. FRANCIS B. KOONTZ, T K E Bedford, Pa. B.S., B1oi.oox' "Whitey" Prepared at Bedford High School, Varsity Foot- ball, CZ, 3, 43, llfrestling, C3. 41, Pen and Sword, Kappa Phi Kappa: Beta Beta Beta. ERVIN KOPP, A T S2 Red Lion, Pa. B.S., HIsToRx' "Jake" Preparedat Red Lion High School: French Club. C1. Z, 33, Historical Association, Cl, 2, 3. -ll, Class Basketball, CZ, 33, SClIOOll'l'IZlI1'S Club, .Baseball Squad. CSD. HARRY V. KRUG Lineboro, Pa. B.S.. H1S'1'ORX' "Kruy"' Prepared at Codorus Township High School and Spring Grove High School, Ministerial Association, C3, 43. GEORGE LAMB, E A E Mt. Pleasant, Pa. B.S., CHEMISTRY "Judge" Prepared at Mt. Pleasant High School, Student Council, Clj 3' Skeptical Chymist, C3. 45, Freshman Football, Varsity Football, C2, 3, 45, Kappa Phi Kappa. ARTHUR W. LAWVER, Scar Club Norwood, Pa. A.B., GREEK "Art" Prepared at GlenNor High School, Phi Beta Kappa, Tau Kappa Alpha, President, C453 Class Honors, Cl., 2, 31, Sages. LESTER L. LEITZEL, E X Sunbury, Pa. B.S., GERMAN "Les" Prepared at Sunbury High School, Advertising Manager Mercury, C335 Deutscher Verein, Interfrater- nity Council, Junior Prom Committee, Senior Spon- sor, Panhellenic Dance Committee, C3, 41, Football, Clj, Varsity Football Squad, CZJ. MELVIN O. LITTLE Gettysburg, Pa. fhkx 'K N 'X B.S., NLATHEMATICS "Mel" Prepared at Gettysburg High School. ...egg 51 539.4 l if ' .Ki-i-ali-5--"i""1r.'--:rf -1' - , - 1,: ' 7 ' -3'5" W 1 , - . - - - I ..,. .. - . ll w,l,".1,5'1.l,,!m,l,1X'..g.j,4l,lg,:",1'j', ii- '-iallllllly .q, ,J at L' i.-an--rn'-554--1 4-sLJ4f4t1j,g...-.-..4-m-a.um4-i-ll-r-i1.4.....'Ii4- -5- QV ,f . 1 T." - , .Y 5,1-lr? b ff ,K V --airy-Q-V F 'hx 'f 5 ,T-' r -ge " J A, I . 1 I- r :uct I ' ' '. ' ,-5""n, 'Q Q35 J., X, X A-'I v 1, GEORGE N. LUCAS, 111 2 K ,1 York, Penna. l A.B., ENGLISH "George" 5 'I Prepared at York High School, Getty.rb1lrgia1z, Cl, I 2, 3, 45 Associate Editor, C3, 455 'l931 SPEcTRUIxI,' Mevrii1'3v Staff, C3, 45, Editor-in-Chief, C455 Junior I Prom Committeeg Blue Crocodiles. ht 2 1" r ' 1 l A l RICHARD W. LUCAS, C9 K N I - ' York, Penna. i 5, , B.S., BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION ' "Dis" ld Prepared at York High Schoolg Class Football, C1, 255 Freshman Basketball, French Clubg Junior Prom Committee, Interfraternity Council. Joi-IN P. MANGES, 2 AE I Harrisburg, Pa. 1 B.S., CHEMISTRY "JoImny" X Prepared at John Harris High Schoolg Class Foot- il ball, Cl, 255 Swimming Team, C3, 455 Captain, C455 .xl Cheer Leader, Cl, 2, 3, 455 Head Cheer Leader, C455 as Assistant Basketball Manager, Cl, Z, 355 Associate Bas- ketball Manager, C45. ,- 1 il RICHARD BYERS MARTIN, K A P 1 York, Perma. 4 ,ii A.B., ENGLISH "Dick" N 1 Prepared at York High School, Editor-in-Chief, I 1930-31 U.-Bookg Getty.rbm'gian, Cl, 2, 35, Alumni Ed- . I itor, C25, Associate Editor. C355 Senior Y. M. C. A. , Cabinet, C3, 455 Board of Editors of the Modern Book U Club, President, C453 Band, Cl, 2, 355 Ministerial As- sociation, Cl, 255 Campus Beautiful Club, C255 Blue 1 I I Crocodiles. l . l I ERNEST MAY i Bangor, Penna. V 3 B.S., ENGINEERING "Ernie" A Prepared at Bangor High School, l it 1 X l' MERRITT J. MCCLOY, 2 A E I Mt. Pleasant, Pa. ' I B.S., CHEMISTRY "Jakie" Prepared at Mt. Pleasant High School5 Freshman Footballg Varisty Football, C2, 3, 45, Captain, C455 ,ix lr junior Varsity Baseball, C155 Class Baseball Manager, ,V li C155 Varsity Baseball, C2, 3, 455 Athletic Council, C455 W I Pen and Sword, C3, 45 5 President, C45 5 Skeptical , Chymists Club: Junior Prom Comruitteeg Kappa Phi I 5 Kappa. ii 1 1 I CHARLES A. MENTZER, Star Club ig ' I i Harrisburg, Pa. ii ,Ni . I J' B.S., POLITICAL SCIENCE "Charlie" P I, Prepared at John Harris High Schoolg Scabbard and ,' i' Blade. N Joi-IN S. MESSEC, CID A GJ I I Trenton, N. J. ii i B.S., CHELIISTRY "Joint" ' ' Prepared at Trenton High Sehool5 Iunior Prom it Committeeg Assistant Basketball Manager, Cl, 2, 355 Skeptical Chymists Club. -..Sgt 52 gga..- 'S i Hi: ' """0r"" fr'-ff--v - -r 5, ' f ,gif fLa""tl-vi-mfyt:.i7.,.a""?'Tf7 - -- 41" -A-eirfy .by A. ,si I. I -if 51- if . . is I N VRF. ni or X --A -I s vig: its I, , ,.a:,.-...geannamag-. 4, 1,ta...'...L!' , f ,Jin-A ---if-4.5 'Y Y., ,-- I ..i -t .-, x :".,.- --V -Q:-.'5'.-P - ' ':.qh"i,' ,"3Q..4' 1-1--.-f . SEV' T "' 4,93 ' 'fin Q I 3 1, Q f' L. "" . Q l It CHRISTIAN E. MILLER I N Fairfield, Pa. P I B.S., CIIEIIISTRY "C. E." 4 , ' Prepared at Gettysburg High School N JOHN A. MILLER, Star Club Abbottstown. Pa. V B.S., BIoLosI' "JoIIIIIIy" K' Prepared at Abbottstown High Schoolg Junior Prom Committee: Beta Beta Beta: Scabbard and Blade. ,K .' I I HENRY ALBERT MOLLER, C55 K N Red Bank. N. B.S., BTEC!-IANICAL ENGINEERING "Babe" Prepared at Red Bank High School and Gettysburg Academyg Varsity Football, C2. 3, 453 Freshinan Fool- ballg Freshman Track: Tribunal, C25. 'f KARL LUTHER MUMFORD, fb K P ' Ellicott ciiy, IRI. ,I A.B., ENGLISH "Il1ImIf" Prepared at Ellicott City High School: Varsity De- bating Squad. C3. 453 Class Debating Team. C352 Junior Varsity Debating Squad. C252 Class Memorial Commit- tee. Chairman. C455 Gvttysbirminzz, Cl, .253 Orchestra, C153 Campus Beautiful Club. Cl. 25: Ministerial Asso- ciation, Philliellenic Society. Tall Kappa Alpha. I 1 l MARY LUELLA MUSSELMAN, B A i Biglerville. Pa. B.S.. BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION "'Lau" I Prepared at Biglerville High Schoolg Transferred Eilomnliiniata College, Y. NV. C. A., C3, 45: Basketball. S, . l l CHARLES G. MYERS, SD K III ll Mechanicsburg, Pa. ,I B.S., MATHEMATICS "Tiny" IN ',l Prepared at Mechanicsburg High School and A. T. -' 8 T. Technical Schoolg Freshman Football: Freshman f Track Teamg Varsity Football, C255 Varsity Track -,Ii Squad, C2, 3, 453 Campus Beautiful Club. C353 Radio , Club, C3, 45: Sophomore Playg Rifle Team, C255 Var- ' sity Vifrestling, C3. 455 Sophomore Playg Rifle Team, I C253 Varsity Xhfrestling, C3, 45g Skeptical Chymists, lil C3. 45- ' G. KENNETH NEWBOULD, E A E I Gettysburg, Pa. I B.S., BUSINESS ADIIIINISTRATIQN "Ken" 'C Prepared at York High School: President of class, , :Fi C459 Gettysbirrgiawi, C1, 2, 3 ,45, Mfanaging Editor, C453 1 Associate Editor, 1931 SPECTRUM,' Student Council. gil' C455 Owl and Nightingale, C453 Alpha Psi Epsilong I' Blue Crocodilesg Modern Book Clubg Swimming Team, I l fl , FRANCIS C. NILES, GD KN I C3, 455 Pen and Sword. I Oneonta, N. Y. li Q B.S.. HISTORY "C1I1'I5I" Y j Prepared at Hartwick Seminaryg Freshman Basket- ' ballg French Club, C354 Historical Association, CZ, 3, L 455 Secretary4TreasuI'eI', C45. 1 l Il. --WSC 53 lea-- l""- . . - ,, .- In 'L BRT " E' E"fur-"' 5' -1-ref--Y ln- 37, H" ' f ' T: 1-.F - 'I F.-:rH"""1 V Llp 'Egg-an pi' IL' ' TI' '. -.5 , Vi? ll. 'Q IK - Q'-J11l.1IiIl',""'d , Y - J . . I ' Y I .I - g ,, A' , Elxf :fb-1,41-il F---T: ,Md-.1 -ganna-Nh 4,,,.,i,':.'jvQ---.,...a....-n+-u.A...wqs,-. '-L J-'1 A , ,- , . .. Snail . r , El. ma l' fi f 1 DURANDO PAGAN1 Hackensack, N. I. . B.S., PHYSICS "Dan," - Prepared at Gettysburg Academy l . REUBEN PARKINSON, II? K P Trenton, N. J. if A.B., PHILOSOPHY . "Parky' I Prepared at Gettysburg Academy, Junior Y. M. C. A. Cabinet, C255 Class Soccer, C3, 45, Campus Beau- tiful Clubg Ministerial Association. GLENN D. PATTERSON I Littlestown, Pa. x A,B., LATIN "Pat" ii ' Igrepared at Littlestown High Schoolg Band. Cl, 2, 3 4 . I1 ' L, , ELVIN W. PATTERSON I Gettysburg, Pa. B.S., ENGINEERING' "Pat" ' Prepared at Cettysburg High School. K HERBERT MEETH PAYNE, GJ K N ' Catonsville, Md. A.B., HISTORY , "Herb" Prepared at Catonsville High School: Owl and A Nightingale Club, C3, 453 Varsity Soccer, C3. 45, Cap- l tain, C455 1931 SPECTRUM Staff, Ministerial Associa- f tion, Cl, 2, 3, 455 Historical Association, C3, 45. l a l " ROBERT M. PHAT 'I Johnstown, Pa. , A.B., ENGLISH "Bob" V Prepared at Johnstown High School, GUfl5j'5blt7'gi!Z'7l-, C353 French Club, C353 Phi Beta Kappa. I KATHARINE PITTINGER York Springs, Pa. A.B., LATIN "Kitty" ,fl Prepared at Everett High School, Y. XY. C. A., F Cl, 2, 3, 45, Sophomore Play, French Club. if I , Joi-IN EDWARD REESE, GJ KN Tamaqua, Pa. Ii I B.S., CIVIL ENGINEERING "Jack" , Prepared at Tamaqua High School, Varsity Track, I 5 CZ, 35, Freshman Football, Freshman Track: Class fl f Basketball, Cl, 2, 35: Class Football, C255 Gez'ty.vburg- ian, C255 Rifle Club, CZ, 3, 45. I , A -..sgf 54 lg..- K. , I 'F r I 'l ' 'T is-v' ' .L T' ':'I-1'Kv7Knn.'Q,FA'-V ff C.. L- f - J' tkrlii 1 sv, ,B I I I ? " 5 L ik I A It vm I 1- at I 1 -' K W R -,, .ij I I I R, 5 .Q 'il lv, i . vi J, --q - - -+"-"'- - .-.1 - .rms--4--'ew-i4 C 5-'-f '- : 1--fa-minima-Inf - -I Y' I" 1 , H. EDGAR RIEGLE, E A E Arendtsville, Pa. A.B.. I'IISTORY "Ed" Prepared at Arendtsville High School, Glee Club, CZ, 3. 45, SCll00ll'l121ll,S Club. C-l5, Historical Associa- tion, C2, 3, 45: Assistant Track Manager, C35, Asso- ciate Track Manager, C45, Cap and Gown Committee, 45. WILLIAM K. Ross, CID E K Harrisburg, Pa. A.B., POLITICAL SCIENCE "Bill" Prepared at Harrisburg Technical High School, Class Football, C15: Assistant Baseball Manager, C15, Dramatics, C25, Assistant Debate Manager, CZ, 35, Business Stal? of 1931 SI'EcTRuRI,' RiHe Club. C452 Mercury, CZ. 3, 45, Circulation Manager, C45: Pi Lambda Sigma, Scabbard and Blade, Deutscher Verein. ALBERT F. ROWLES Baltimore. Md. B.S.. Exomsn "Rad" Prepared at Baltimore City College, Band. Cl. 2, 3, Class Soccer. C455 Ministerial Association. ROBERT G. SEAKS, K A P Harrisburg, Pa. A.B., POLITICAL SCIENCE "Bali" Prepared at Gettysburg High School, 'Freshman Tennis Manager. C35, Varsity Tennis Manager, C455 GL-ffyybiirginii, C3. 45, Pi Lambda Sigma, C3, 45, Treas- urer. C453 Class Basketball, C25: Campus Beautiful Club. C15, Sophomore Play Committee, Phi Beta Kappa. JOSEPH W. SEYFERT, CID K P Reading, Pa. A.B., POLITICAL SCIENCE "Jac" Prepared at Gettysburg Academy, Glee Club. C152 Ministerial Association, Cl, 25, Champion Class Debate, CZ5, Varsity Debate Squad, C2, 35, XVinner Oratorical Contest: Class Treasurer. C3, 45, Pi Lambda Sigma: Y. M. C. A. Cabinet: Tau Kappa Alpha. ROY S. SHULTZ Connellsville, Pa. A.B.. PHILosoPIIY "Roy" Prepared at Gettysburg Academy: Ministerial Asso- ciation, CZ. 3, 45, Y. M. C. A. Cabinet, C35, Sages, Class Football, C15. DONALD E. SMALL Greencastle, Pa. B.S., CHEMISTRY "Dorf Prepared at Greencastle High School, Glee Club, CZ, 3, 45, Band, C3, 45, Freshman Track Squad, Rifle Team, C2, 3, 45, Treasurer, C35, Junior Prom Corn- mittee, Skeptical Chymists, C3, 45, Deutscher Vet-ein, Scabbarcl and Blade, Captain Rilie Club, C45. 5 FORREST E. SMITH, JR., T K E Altoona, Pa. B.S.. CHEMISTRY "'Sm'itty" Prepared at Altoona High School, Skeptical Chym- ists, Gctt3I.rb1w'gI'au, C2, 35, Assistant Advertising Man- ager, G-Book, C35, Interfraternity Council, C3, 45, Band, Cl, 2, 3, 455 Student Instructor in Physics, C45. -..sgf 55 he A. 14. C, Y ..,, ,r 4, in i V. 535,70 I 1 J " 1 F n N W q Y sim::..II:-1,1591-.s1,ai'1i.:I. -.I yjljg .cr r -'-"TTT .'.14,,:.....g 1--., 4' -+o-nuns. .ir s., , en,o,,v- I 'J' J I 'l ltr" "W--We -- - -, . -H 4? - !g.,-- --if-.,ll,.l,. -I-.Il.!I,l. '...., ' 'uns--..... -it " -as -Q. --3523.3-J ' R I T e 'ff e I -w. MARGARET E. SMITH, B A York, Pa. Mpeg., School, French Club, Cl, 2, 31, Basketball, Cl, 2, 31, Owl and Nightingale Club, C1, 2, 3, 41, Secretary-Treasurer, C31, Vice-President, C41, Sophomore Play Committee, Y. W. C. A., C1, 41, Glee Club, C1, 2, 3, 41, Vice-president Co-ed Student Body, C41, Girls' Tribunal, C31. A.B., FRENCH Prepared at York High ALICE MAY SNYDER ' Gettysburg, Pa. A.B., LATIN "May" Prepared at Gettysburg High School, Glee Club, C1, 2, 31, Y. W. C. A., French Club, C1, 21. LUTHER I-I. SNYDER, KDE K Washington, D. C. A.B., BIOLOGY "Luke" Prepared at Johnstown High School, Gcttysburgiavl., Cl, 2, 3, 41, Associate Editor, C3, 41, Y. M. C. A. Senior Cabinet, C2, 3, 41, President, C3, 41, Council Representative, C3, 41, President Middle Atlantic Field Council, C41, Dramatics, C1, 2, 3, 41, Owl and Night- ingale Club, C3, 41 President, C41, Rifle Club, C1, 2, 3, 41, Oratorical Contest, C21, Beta Beta Beta, C3, 41, Historian, C41. PAUL R. SNYDER Littlestown, Pa. . "PanI' B.S., BIOLOGY Prepared at Littlestown High School, Band, C1, 2, 31. ROY WILLIAM SORENSEN, C9 KN New York, N. Y. A.B., BIOLOGY "Red" Prepared at Gettysburg Academy, Modern Book Club, C41, Schoolman's Club, CZ, 31, Deutsche Verein, CZ, 3, 41, Beta Beta Beta, C2, 3, 41, Treasurer, C41, Kappa Phi Kappa, C41, P. S. E. A., C3, 41, Secretary- Treasurer, C41, Campus Beautiful Club, C2. 31, Treas- urer, C31. JOHN W. SOWERS Fayetteville, Pa. B.S., CHEMISTRY H.,0ll'llIlj'H Prepared at Chambersburg High School, Skeptical Chymists, C3, 41. EDWARD W. STARE, 'IJ E K York, Pa. B.S., CHEMISTRY "Eddie" Prepared at North York High School, Gettysburg- . ian, Cl, 2, 3, 41, Associate Editor, C3, 41, Editor-in- i chief, 1931 SPECTRUM, Freshman Track Squad, Rifle 1 Club, Cl, 2, 3, 41, Vice-president, C21, President, C41, Q Frosh-Soph Hop Committee, Varsity Riiie Team, C1, Q 2, 3, 41, Captain, C31, Student Council, C3, 41, Muni- nia Rifle Trophy, C21, Pen and Sword, Blue Croco- 4 diles, Skeptical Chymists, Deutsche Verein, Kappa ' Phi Kappa, Scabbard and Blade. -..egg 56 Ea..- -,T .,- ,,!,- i. I. . Q t .. T 4s . " .JA ,,,.ga.ts--ol-mg:-,-z,... ue, .'h'N"'-,g.1 -inf: ,- it 'W' "PI 29 ll I 1 ix. ' 'nv I '--q.,, C K in 1. ll l I l l ll l I i I I. I l V ' 4 I I Nu l.7m'S .5 H --4 -.,3' ,,, .,.. 1- fl.. - 4 .. C-L -v-1-- '--- -brgd ' F ,,..,, I-msn...-s '.n5"'f -'xt r -TT , , I y 17- .1 ,KN I up f " A., 5. K X t. H 1' LT' V . ' CHARLES R. STARK, III, Star Club Q "- XVashiugton, D. C. B.S., BIOLOGY "Clin:-lie" I-' ,l Prepared at Vtfashington Eastern High Schoolg Vtlin- , l ' ner Scalmharrl and Blade Basic Prize, C255 W'inncr S Scabbard and Blade Advanced Prize. C351 Glee Cluh. ' I Cl, 2, 35, Scahhard and Blade. 1 ii .1 JOHN W. STARK, KD A GJ X Cumberland, Md. 1 B.S.. CHEMISTRY U.,0flllllliL"' , Prepared at Allegheny County Academy: French . Club, Cl, 353 Scalmliard and Blade, Rilie Team, C-15. MILLARD I-I. STILES, 1115. K York, Pa. A.B.. PI-IILIosorI-Ix' "Mill" Prepared at York Collegiate lnstituteg Class Haskel- ball. C1. 2, 35: Class Debate. C35: Junior Varsity De- I bating Squad. C355 Varsity Debating Squad, C453 Min- " isterial Association. C1, 2, 3. 45. 4 WILLIAM B. STOCK, III E K 1 York. Penna. 1 B.S., BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION "Bill" V Prepared at Mercersburg Academy: Assistant Foot- 1 hall Manager, C153 Class Track Team Manager, C153 Rifle Team, C151 Tennis Team, Cl, 2. 3, -15: Student ,I Council, C2, 3, 455 Vice-president, C3, 453 Class Bas- Q ketball, C255 Cv-Book, C253 Trihunal, C3, 45, Y. M. ' C. A. Senior Cabinet, C2, 35, Y. M. C. A. Treasurer, C351 Chairman Faculty Student Chest Committee, C3. l 45, Business Manager, 1931 SPECTRUM. ' I DONALD W. STONER, T K E .l Gettysburg, Pa. 5 B.S., ENGINEERING "Don" I, Prepared at Gettysburg High School: Student V Teacher in Physics, C45. I 1 WYILLIAM E. STYER, CID 1' A Norristown, Pa. B.S., POLITICAL SCIENCE "Bill" Prepared at Norristown High School, Freshman Football, Freshman Basketball, Tnterfraternity Coun- cil, C3, 453 Chairman Fall Panhellenic, C455 Pi Lamhda Sigma, Senior Committee, C45. ' WILLIAM E. SULLIVAN, Star Club ii I Hanover, Pa. i B.S., PHILOSOPHY "Sully" Prepared at Hanover High School, French Club, .I qi, 25. l. I THOMAS I-I. SWARTZ, E. A E 3 Mt. Pleasant, Pa. lt' B.S., CHEMISTRY "Tucker" , Prepared at Mt. Pleasant High Schoolg Freshman N Football, Freshman Track, Varsity Track, C2, 3, 453 I Sophomore Play, Skeptical Chyrnists. , . tl li, --est 57 15 'T' g vw-1,--H ,W 4? 1 . 0 4 "' 1+-1"fN9iQqg5-4: t,v"2'TK . .. . 1,-1+-W' -.Hynix rift '+.T.'v1T'l 111' J 1' Xi " 2 1-iclH'1.'3Af J.'- 5 ii' X T' P' T. ' 'T 'FFF il' 'Vi ,Q it z5J,'i' . " "T -Y ...-...min-Q-v-I --- 121-.4 I-.a1.A,.L.,4-,,..q,.4--.-an-umm.. .Ui-A 'QA' '-'L-U-law.--Y 1. ,. , I . fig' li. I ' I I r f, WILLIAM L. SWEENEY, Star Club . . W1'1ghtSV1llC, Pa. .' : fe - , - B.S., BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION "Bill" ..,.. . . . Prepared at Wrightsville High School, Glee Club, Q C1, 2, 3, 45 g Orchestra, C155 French Club, C1, 25 5 Ra- vf af - -,C -' C110 Club, Cl, -,- f ' I a1:gf 6gy':z:-fgwf - ,KJg,3a5:,i- IGGO WENSEN, Ozone Park, N- Y- " " Prepared -at Gettysburg Academy, Class President, -1 "" 3121- 1 ' unior Varsit Debatln S uacl, C1 3 WInI1er Or- -f.Q,96-6,- 'pq-:-.-:-I-5:-:-1. E:-:1::1::1m1., , ,hw Cn'-rr--.z-.-a,-'. ., . '- y Q g - q awfwal Contest' wi Champwn Cb5SSwrD'bmfi fzglg V21fSify Debating Squad, CZ, 3, 473 - 1 - - - 32' 1 inet- CZ, 3, 473 V106-D1'CSiCl61'1f, C459 Debating COUUCU- Vice-President- C459 GfffWb1WH1'fm- 52- 3' 47? Adm" tising Manager 1931 SPECT1?U1NI,' Tau Kappa Alpha, fa'-. , 4 Secretary, .C45, Sagesg President, C45g Scabbard and I, ,.,, ,4q ::,. f -,U I Blade, Phi Beta Kappa. 215 '17 " -IE.-3' ' 5 5 Zz.. A 1g1"l5fff2 ., 114-a?mfg-.2.fis5s ' -'--wifi, fi' ' ...V 'I DOROTHY MAE TAUGHINBAUGH, B A ..', ' f B.S., MATHEMATICS Dm? -wi ..-:gs-s1f?g,ar----'gf''-rf.-fi -:TR "f-31:41, Glee Club, G, 2, SCLUZ Quartett? CCM 3-'IW'bC. fiscal:-1..'L C1 2. 3 45' French lub, C1, 2, 3 3 0-e I'I una , --.-.1-diff 25? gas" ,12f1:2f'5" ,i,:,.-.,:5,.:.1g?5q!"- . 52:1 A . 5 ,213-ze LAWRENCE K. TI-Io1vIPsoN, JR., Q I' A . Vander-grin, Pa. i'?5'gSfQ!1'C9'2P5555517215:-ffiif?f"::EE,''Q.I EP'-5':'w:'5E3ES55'E:7' I B.S., Hisroiw "M Int" l,4ArfASf7:'4-'5ff.54f:1Q'euN 1.- " 4" P-f'75ff.:2l, S""35?'.ff. - H 5-.251 V - ., Prepared at Vanclergrift Hlgh School, Mfother's'Day ,. .... I C33f.5ijC i 34? - 1 ' I "' "3 Committee, C353 Chairman. F3bhCl',5 Day: Committee, ':':jg-,' '1'l.- --fy. ffm C455 Class Honors, C355 Historical AssoeIat1on, C2, 3, 5 453 President. C455 School'rnan's Club, C3, 453 Class V. C Secretary, C455 Kappa P111 Kappa- ,,,...,, . M- '. v-- P212 - A RALPH M TIDD K A P Hz- C . 'ER-T - "" -I . Clank! Pa' .. ,, B.S-, BIOLOGY Doc .1 1 P- - Sl - H'-vh s I I- B f B t E f - .1-5,475 E 1, . ,,,,,, ,,5,,.,,,,,,,,. iepaied at iaiou Ib c1oo , e a e a e a, ' If-g,:' 1 ' " Class Basketball, Cl, 253 Class Football, C155 Frosh- 3 Soph Hop Committee, C153 Rilie Club, Cl, Z, 3, 45. - - V: --'ffff ,,., X-"X,-15'-5:53-Qu'ISS ,. I i'-,5,'3.1 - 4 Hackensack, B. I. X-3132-E, B.S., POLITICAL SCIENCE "Jim" Prepared at Hackensack High School. -- DOROTHY B. TRUCKELL, F CII Ha1'riSburg, Pa. A.B., MAN-rennics "Dar" Prepared at John Harris High School, Basketball, 3 1 . r C155 Riile, C255 French Club, C35g Class Honors, C1, ' 1.-Q4Q?i,,:'i24 .ffffi15.fz:E, -, , 2, 35, Y. W. C. A., C455 Glee Club, C45. -Q A MERVIN TYSON A T Q Red I-1011, P2- 'B " A.B.. LATIN "Mero" ' g "--,Eel--'K' - '2W"i':fz,-of ' . . - Prepared at Red Lion High School, Class Honors, - ' .1 ' :j5i"5f' Cl, 25, Orchestra, Cl5g hluhlenberg Freshman Prizeg V "f f'--'-' 5 ' ""' 5 WJIL37f'i-f",.f-f:'.g1Z,-"::''C17'f""lff.."J-'-"?i',5f , '1 Y" , g- gil-'V 31111 ' I I , 5,5-1,3g,g,1,',,,,,g5,g:- French Club, Cl, Z, 3, 45, President, C45, Fathei and son Day Committee, was Mother-S' Day Co--mittee, S fzirf- C35' 1931 SPECTRUM' Philhellemc Socletyg Kappa Phi , fc e, ,aw2.:-aww-Ig:1::.-my-nfs'-,wf:?zgg-,,, .W-I,p,4oy..z2Sws-Q45 y ' - ' . f C ' Ixappag President, C455 Semor Sponsor 3 Deutscher M' QA- Vereim ph, Beta Kappa. -..agf 58 lge..- la. . , M w V , Y V , 4 it 3"1v-v--- . . , 'L .-..., 3 -' .,'f'., 1 , , - ., , . -. Q . , l."f"r-1lll'I-2I1'- --I"--if-I -. -ft-lil-fr.--'r C, ,,,,.,,.. L!!! f -- . 1.-,wa-if -,A--,, .- '- 1, ,L.,,..f. 4 . 1 - J." 1 'F"l'u 'T' K Ti JG" I r I 35 It EDWARD B. Urz 1 Gettysburg, Pa. B.S., ENGINEERING "Eddie" I Prepared at Gettysburg High School, Class Fool- : ball, C135 Freshman Basketball, Varsity Basketball, Ci. 3. 433 Penn Relays, C233 Varsity Baseball, C2, 3, -l . E E JESSE KING VORI-IEES, 1' KD A Gettysburg. Pa. Q A.B., LATIN "Je'.v.v" lf Prepared at Gettysburg High School, Glee Club. C1, 2, 33, Quartetteg Class Honors, Cl. 2, 33: French I. Club. Cl, 233 Basketball, C13: Honorable Mention Gar- ' ver Latin Prize: Hassler Latin Prize. FRANK M. WEAVER, CID K 11' York, Penna. X B.S., BIOLOGY "Dar" ' Prepared at York High School: Class President, 'ij C233 Owl and Nightingale Club, Cl, 2, 3, 435 Chairman Junior Prom Committee, Beta Beta Beta, CZ, 3, 43. President, C435 Seabbard and Blade, C3, 43, President, C43g President Student Body, C433 Class Football, Cl. 235 Sophomore Play: Mercury, Cl, 2. 3, 43: Interfrater- nity Council. C3, 43, Athletic Council, C433 'Rifle Club, Y . Cl. 2, 3, 43g Major, R. O. T. C., C433 Pen and Sword. ! ANNE MARIE WEIKERT, B A Littlestown, Pa. A.B.. MATHEMATICS "Ann," Prepared at Littlestown High School: French Club, I C235 Y. VV. C. A., Cl, 433 Basketball, C23g Sophomore Play. JOSEPH R. WERT, QD E K l Carlisle, Pa, l B.S., BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION "Jac" A Prepared at Carlisle High School: Class Football, ,l Cl, 235 Class Basketball, C233 Sophomore VVork Com' P' mittee, Band, C1, 2, 3, 43, Manager, C435 Alpha Psi 'I Epsilon. " JOSEPH B. WIBLE Gettysburg, Pa. B.S., GERMAN "Iac" Prepared at Gettysburg High School, Deutscher Verein. JOSEPH M. WILSON, TKE Altoona, Pa. B.S., CHEMISTRY "Joey V Prepared at Altoona High School, Freshman Var- ' sity Basketball, Freshman Baseball, Class Basketball, l C2, 33g Class Football, C135 Class Baseball Manager, I C23g Skeptical Chymists. lf l ' RAYMOND L. WISLER Gettysburg, Pa. B.S., ENGLISH "Guinea" Prepared at Gettysburg High School, Track, C1, l Z, 3, 435 Cross Country, C2, 33, Scabbard and Blade. '31 I , 59 I.,- ,li . . C., . ... I, l .iv qm- h,- ., 'H' '1Y:"w'l.P1!lk'l'I'Y'-'-ZINVFV11IH ' ' "UIII li':"' - f I ..s.......t I .. , .. 1-, W - - 1 , , E ,. 7 '-fr"r"r1:---v-- ,,- :rr T-T QF' ,,,r-'ix , tw-'if A'-- ' - L R.. --- -'- ii- .,.. -1- FYI' A- " Tj- r-Q' - "xx .iY'f.w' CNN 5 . Jr' 'S . if ' "5 1 - JOHN LoUIs WOLF, CD K N l Bloomsburg, Pa. A.B., ENGLISH "Lou" lv Prepared at Bloomsburg High School and Gettys- I burg Academyg Freshman Tennisg Varsity Tennis, C355 I Stage Manager Sophomore Playg Stage Manager, C3, 45, Glee Club, CZ, 3, 455 Schoo1rnan's Clubg Blue Croc- 5 oclilesg 1931 SPRCTRUM5 Gettysburgiau, Cl, 2, 355 ,l Treasurer of Class, Cl, 255 President of Class, C355 I Kappa Phi Kappa5 Chairman Sophomore Work Com- mitteeg Father's Day Committee, C455 P. S. E. A., 'N' CS. 45. . l 5 HELEN ELIZABETH WORMELL, B A Steelton, Pa. V A.B., ENGLISH "Helen" X Prepared at Steelton High Schoolg Basketball, C155 F" Sophomore Play, French Club, Cl, 2, 355 Y. W. C. A., it Cl, 2, 3, 455 Glee Club, C2, 355 Phi Beta Kappa. ff HARRY M. YOUNG , E Baltimore, Md. 1 B.S., PHILOSOPHY "Harry" i Prepared at Baltimore Polytechnic Institute5 Y. M. C. A. Cabinet, CZ, 3, 455 Sages, C3, 45, Vice-president, C455 Ministerial Association, C2, 3, 455 President, C45. in . WILLIAM H. ZECI-I, CID E K Il York, Pa. f BYS., BUSINESS' ADMINISTRATION "Bill" Prepared at York High Schoolg Glee Club, C1, 2 ', 35, Manager, C355 Owl and Nightingale Club, C2, 3 I 5 455 Class Football, Cl, 255 Class Basketball, C2, 355 , , Class Baseball, CI, 25. 4 l l IRA F. ZIEGLER, QD A GJ l Carlisle, Pa. B.S., ECONOMICS "Zig' .I Prepared at Carlisle High Schoolg Varsity Tennis 5 Cl, 2, 35, Captain, C455 Gettysburgiau, C15. ,I l ELSIE ZEPP, 1' CID 1 Gettysburg, Pa. A.B., ENGLISH "Elsic' xi' Prepared at Gettysburg High Schoolg Y. VV. C. A, 11 C1, 2, 3, 455 French Club, C35. l eil 60 5365- . 1" ' . -If 'x rr" ' Y'-'rvr--fr W " 'iv' T , ,gi I .1 "NH A' we ' I- all' ' a- -i -,L .rv HONOR STUDENTS CHARLES RICHARD JACOBS ARTHUR WILLIAM LAWVER ROBERT MORDICA PEAT ROBERT GILPIN SEAKS I-'IELE CHARLES RICHARD JACOBS ARTHUR WILLIAM LAWVER ROBERT MORDICA PEAT MARY JANE SNYDER NORMAN H. DETWEILER CHARLES ABNER DOUB RICHARD EDWARD DOUB DOMINICK FONDO DONALD RUSSEL I-IEIGES THOMAS BODLEY KLINE ARTHUR WILLIAM LAWVER 1928 MARY JANE SNYDER DOROTHY BERTHA TRUCKELL ARCHIE MERVIN TYSON JESSIE KING VORI-IEEs N ELIZABETH WORMELI. 1929 ARCHIE MERW'lN TYSON DOROTHY BERTHA TRUCKELL JESSIE KING VORHEES HELEN ELIZABETH WORMELL 1930 KATHRYN PITTENGER MARY JANE SNYDER DONALD WILLIAM STONER VIGGO SWENSEN LAWRENCE K. THOMPSON DOROTHY BERTI-IA TRUCKELI. JESSIE KING VORHEES I I -16235 61 JRR- ' I 1 . I A, W., , 1--H+--,A-..-A . ,.f- . I F51 I ' I I. f .. I . WI" i It JI Iv' . -I .- ,W bl ., a -f "f I 'N gb rat 'Hk""!g Tv. .Q x A v ,-. ..a.. OLD OBSERVATORY -wg 62 ge.. f H11 1 . 1-f Tzi.? vw 1'-. -Qu um V-as-P in-Jr.. . . .. . ' T 1' 1 1 4.L:.,.-?-n-+- sem-sslh p-an 'IW 1, .. 43,3 N 1 f' ' . K--A' fr JJ mu N Ill com IR s 'L 4 fl xi A 1 w gf! -' 'S H.-,,' A'-1. !,J!,Lj x"z.:' JUNIOR CLASS HISTORY BEFORE beginning our brief history of the class of 1932, it seems very apropos at this time to glance back one century-to eighteen hundred and thirty-two, the year in which our college was founded. The formal organization of Pennsylvania College took place on the Fourth of July, 1832. No more fitting celebration of the nation's day of freedom could have been planned than the establishment of an institution for the education of the people. It was solemnized with impressive ceremonies, appropriate to the occasion. The following brief account is taken from the Gettysburg Sentinel: "Agreeable to previous arrangement, a procession was formed at half-past ten olclock at the Academy, under the direction of General Miller and Colonel Clarkson. The procession moved to the Presbyterian Church, and, the line being opened, the orator and ofhciating clergyman passed in, followed by the patrons, in inverted order. An appropriate hymn was sung by the choir, accompanied by instrumental music, after which a fervent prayer was offered up to the Throne of Grace, by the Rev. Wm. Patzon, D.D. An address was then delivered by the Hon. Calvin Blythe, of Harrisburg. Afterlanother hymn by the choir the ceremonies were closed with the benediction by the Rev. Dr. Schmucker, of York. The procession then moved to the Courthouse, and was dismissed." In the afternoon a meeting of the patrons was held, the first Board of Trustees and Faculty were chosen, and under their administration Pennsylvania College went into opera- tion, November 7, 1832, in the gymnasium building, which was situated on the corner of Washington and High Streets. From the meager records left us, it seems that the institution began with three Juniors, eight Sophomores, twelve Freshmen, and forty Preparatorians. Let us contrast for a minute the campus of 1832, which consisted of only one building, with the campus of 1932, which is composed of nine college buildings, twelve fraternity houses, and several residences. Or, to make the contrast even more vivid, think of the student body of 1832, which had only 23 members, in comparison to our present student body with an enrollment of almost 600 students. Throughout the past century much has been done to enlarge and improve Gettysburg College. Since we entered the campus in the fall of 1928, we have been witnesses of several additions to our educational plant. We can recall the razing of Cottage Hall, in order to make way for the present Weber Memorial Library, which was formally opened to the stu- dents in the fall of 1929. About the same time, we were admitted to a newly renovated Glatfelter Hall, the elaborate improvements of which were a gift from the late alumnus, William L. Glatfelter. Not only have improvements been made in the buildings, but the natural surroundings of our campus have been greatly augmented and developed. We, of the class of 1932, are greatly appreciative of such splendid expansion. -..egg 64 lga..- Because our class has been so fortunate as to be graduated on the Centennial anniversary of its Alma Mater, we, its members, feel more keenly the great debt of gratitude we owe to those who have given their lives to malce our college what it is today. A moment of reflection is good for the soul, and glancing baclc over the one hundred years during which Gettysburg has slowly attained the form she bears today serves to more firmly endear the traditions of our college in our hearts. The class of 1932, having entered with about one hundred and ninety freshmen of heter- ogeneous backgrounds, ideas, and hopes, nevertheless, soon developed a common ideal and purpose which we have constantly striven to attain. Ir would be presumptuous to state that no other class has ever equalled that of the class of 1932, but if success can be measured by the worth-while concepts, ideals, and sense of values which have been instilled in our indi- vidual lives, then we can truthfully state that such success could never be surpassed. To be able to leave with our Alma Mater a small portion of the good she has given us is our earnest desire. During the next ten years no doubt we shall forget much valuable pedantic information which we have labored so strenuously to acquire, many of our college experiences will become less vivid in the light of newer experiences, even those friendships which are unique to college life may slowly fade, but the spirit kindled here at Gettysburg, to meet stern reality and push ever forward, can never die. It has become a part of us. May each member of the class of 1932 hold with a tenacious grasp the worthwhile experiences, friendships, and ideals of Gettys- burg, and with the other hand press courageously forward for new worlds to conquer. THOMAS METZGER, H istorian. -..egg 65 lgaa- - l i x .. 6546633 - 'T .-yr wx .ff- .4 MARJORIE AMOS, 1' CID I Kingwood, W. Va. B.S., CHEMISTRY "Marjorie" Prepared at Kingwood High School, Glee Club, fl, 2, 31, Y. W. C. A. I. " LAURI JOHN ANDERSON, EX l Brooklyn, N. Y. B.S., ENGLISH "Lauri" ' Prepared at Manual Training High School, Freshman Football, Freshman Tennis, Varsity Debating Squad, f2, 31, Manager, UQ, Secre- tary of Debating Council, Tau Kappa Alpha, Sages, Mercury Staff, fl, Zjg Interfraternity Council, l 5 'r i JOSEPH J. AWDZIEWICZ Meriden, Conn. B.S., CHEMISTRY "joe" Prepared at Meriden High School, Skeptical Chymists, French Club, fl, 21. w .P -' ' B E 67 lic ,I ,.. , I . . 9 , . a Ill? ' 1 4 L X V 4 .w , a .jg , K A gnu, - Qt.. A -- J.: H..-f A-E. ' . f mc, ,.ka'3..,-Z: .4 -----rt?,a, , ,f-1-fQ"'---- --,ref .1 -V f in-ez f'-...f '- . f, . 1 A Q 1 'I I M iz fl EUGENE L. BAGHMAN, CI: E K ll? Harrisburg, Pa. - B.S., MECHANICAL ENGINEERING "Gene" l Prepared at John Harris High School. .ln ' is 1 L TOM H. BAKER 1 Abbottstown, Pa. BS., CIVIL ENGINEERING "Tomy Prepared at Harrisburg Technical Higlm School, Class Baseball, 1115 Class Football, N fl, 21. lg, - me I 1 REINHARDT E. BAMBERGER, T K E Wilmington, Del. B.S., GERMAN . "Bammy,' Prepared at Wilmington High Schoolg Class W H Secretary, f11g Owl and Nightingale Club, Y. 'f M. C. A. Cabinet, f2, 31, President-elect f41g i1 Junior Y. M. C. A. Cabinet, U15 Deutscher 1 Verein, Treasurer, Kappa Phi Kappa, School- man's Club, Campus Beautiful Club, Secre- X tary, Class Treasurer, f31g Glee Club, fl, 2, 31, Manager, U13 Sophomore Play. A lj ---E24 es EE- If IL ,Aff " " '-ir'-um-- -Hn - v -, --'. - M- fx" ll E51'l,V"!Vl'1"i '-:lhi KET IK' lil' X11 " "?iUlll'1"? ll' ws" ' ". ,..p.- ..' f - 1,'fil.JeJ 1 ,A , E-..1'.'g,.:.',.4.s-nghqggua..--F-I-1 1'5"4-:Aquinas 1 -I" - . I.- I 3. i D HARRY T. BARCLAY ' Johnstown, Pa. B.S., CHEMISTRY "Bark" Prepared at Johnstown High Schoolg Slcep- tical Chymists, Cross Country Team, f 1, 2, 315 Freshman Varsity Basketball. JI F I I I BRUCE H. BEAHN, TKE Palmyra, N. I B.S., BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION "Beanie:' Prepared at Palmyra High Schoolg Track, QZ, 3j. Il ' f , . ,- d'Ss..:......-- . I 'N A N.,-. 7 Y,-I MEF - f V-4. T'-1--F -irida wav--21. ,L , ,J , vt ffl I ,fir I 5 :I-Q. I . i, v I I , I I 1 Q I , I N' EDWARD S. BANKERT, KD K NI' 5 1,5 Harrisburg, Pa. is B.S., BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION "Eddie" . Prepared at Harrisburg Technical High School and John Harris High School, Assist- , ant Baseball Manager, fl, 2, 31. U K5 Y A k ----af 69 IiiiW'i1TF. g '.f'1--r-':""'-H-S2 . I-I "ff'f' " " 'lb-'S'Ip-TPJ!YC!'1'fY 0+ 'RIN l'1'1lk1"1'X " ":41LJl.ll'IIY'lg F. .au C A i I ' 4-rr -C - V gps. 345 id-trial-SACS.-. .,. t . '.,-u I v ,., ,, A'-. -. M, V-.-...J 'gs fa :QF ,, ,., , 'W -P Q -an lif ' Lg, Q a ' w-cg. ,ff A s:'l - Y JOHN W. BEAMESDERFER K Schaefferstown, Pa. T B.S., CHEMISTRY ' "Beamy', Prepared at Lebanon High School, Radio V Club, fl, 2, Zj, Secretary and Treasurer, GJ, Band, fl, 2, 31, Orchestra, fl, 2, Bl, Riiie I Club, f2, 31, Skeptical Chymists. 3 ,I -u S f ll CHARLES H. BEAR, 411 I' A , York, Pa. I B.S., BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION "Charlie" Q Prepared ati Mercersburg Academy, Swim- L ming, f2, 315 Captain, l I lv 'si . V N , EUGENE RAY BEARD, E X Harrisburg, Pa. ' 'N B.S., PHILOSOPHY ' "Gene" H Prepared at John Harris High School and I Bucknell University, Soccer, f2, 31 g Assistant ,, Tennis Manager, i . li l. -..gf 7U Ea..- xv, ,li Ar ....,,- , a-.,,, .. -1: I -f .ifljfixarff Q '. -A Jw-1, r II I I H -I-.,r-.1 Lui I , ,- s,u1,lI1: .I Im., W -S slsa .. av I.g,l,,g..,a.-n-are-.g.m....4...,II .as Y 7 " -..., UI "L s S ". 3 l 1" I L 4 1. 1 H' l .1 . l I x lt I1 .mi D H 1 ilflif'.4.s 1 .--.1-gn CLAIR A. BENTZ Yorlc, Pa. BS., CHEMISTRY "Bernie" Prepared at Spring Grove High Schoolg Skeptical Chymistsg Glee Club, GJ, Band, fl, 2, 313 Orchestra, U13 Class Basketball, QQ, Cross Country Team. HELEN GABLE BERGSTRESSER Hanover, Pa. AB., ENGLISH "Helerf' Prepared at Hanover High Schoolg Owl and Nightingale Club, Sophomore Play Commit- teeg Sophomore Play, President Co-Ed Student Body, Bl, Y. W. C. A., fl, 2, Bl, Cabinet, f2jg Co-Ed Editor 1932 SPECTRUM, Glee Club, GJ, Co-Ed Tribunal, f2j3 French Club, GEORGE I-IENRI BERKHEIMER, Star Club Abbottstown, Pa. ' A.B., HISTORY "Berlzy" Prepared at Abbottstown High School and Gettysburg High School, Band, fl, 2, 3jg Orchestra, QQ 3 Historical Association, Minis- terial Associationg Freshman Debating Squad. ---fail 71 li?- . , ,,,J,q,- ., , ' 1 V , . . L-I -'- In .1 -.1-. - .K W A -.ip I,.i,,.Iw,.. ., Lili ' '13 I J A .4 , - ,, -,..... ,Quai . ...,i', .2-2.1 - ,,- a """'k!",--f:- V--.g,,,,-.q - fjfrlegf 4 , L. STANLEY, C. BEUCHLER, T K E Pine Grove, Pa. A.B., GERMAN "Stan" Prepared at Gettysburg Academy, Class Baseball, fljg Y. M. C. A., fl, 213 Freshman- Sophomore Hop Committee, Schoolmarfs Club, Campus Beautiful Club, f 1, 255 Kappa Phi Kappa. JANET BIESECKER, B A Gettysburg, Pa. A.B., FRENCH Mfanetv Prepared at Gettysburg High School, French Club, fl, 21, Secretary, QD, Y. W. C. A. MARGARET I-IORNER BIGHAM 4 Gettysburg, Pa. A.B., LATIN "Marg', Prepared at Gettysburg I-Iigh School, Y. W. C. A., fl, 2, 31, Treasurer, Gy, French Club, Q 1, 21. -..ggi 72 Ea..- "' Q'-rg ' 3.1 4" fff+f"""f'fA 1 I 591 2 5' Till 'I' 'tt' - 21 N EBF. 121' H' 't ' UL! ffl ls'-l' " , . A -- " A, .f,4- ,W g - an saaqnnaieaa . -.. .. LTA A-X - , ' ff- f Aa - ., 'T' ff 'T 'K'-' 7" '-'-S'-un-.....t- ". . - -- -vp-5 -- 4'-.2 --44' -1-I-...Q A -, ,, Y, , ,- . . -,,, J Y T--" vw- 1 P is an K -I WCA'-3, , Q1 ,lf A -. . V ix II . I X ' ,I Kr' ll- I V , . I .QI ' LEVI LEATI-IERMAN BITLER, QD K N . al l 3 Hagerstown, Md. -N I " B.S., CHEMISTRY "Slim" Q Ai Prepared at Hagerstown High School, Soph- I omore Class Play, Owl and Nightingale Cluh, , ,Q-., Ul, Slceptical Chymists, f2, 3j. l if , A , . i 1 I ll '1 1 ,'. .Q I .f I I S fa at X I 1 ig, My I l I l ' i l WILLIAM E. BITNER, fp ra. I ' ,Qc . ll ' Shiremanstown, Pa. BS., CHEMISTRY "Bill', Qi Prepared at Mechanicshurg High School, fl Freshman Football, Varsity Football, I l, I V I if 5 I lil PT' ' lr . I I Q f l I Tl ' FRED V. BOUGHTER, T K E V Pine Grove, Pa. A B.S., BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION "Fritz" Prepared at Pine Grove High School, As- ! ' sistant Football Manager, QZ, Bj 5 Varsity Base- 4, pf' ball, f2, 315 Circulation Manager 1932 SPEC- I. TRUMj Class Football, f 1, Zjg Class Basketball, I fl, Zlg Class Baseball, flj 5 Alpha Psi Epsilrfig . 1, 4- Deutscher Verein, Vice-President, Junior Prom I Committee, Sophomore Work Committee. gl Ill-,lg -WSI 73 I 24' 1- 1-1 1 "ji'Q""'- f1f:JR:"ff'5""'i'?!'?x'l 'lblf 'SJ Q'-.1-'i'Fl'l'L. 5 if I T H' Q 1 5-T I N Q' 751. Vu 3. 'H' jab + ff U Ll U1 I'x1r"aQalS, VLJrA4:,L't,g,:'f-4-g nhl-lr--.4-ug: 'f H' HILL,-All-' T-Ji414JagpbuslIlsna-- V- .AI . . H A -1--1 , I' MERLE W. BOYER Meyersdale, Pa. B.S., ENGLISH "Merle" Prepared at Meyersdale High School, Fresh- man Varsity Tennis, Varsity Tennis, f2, 315 Gettysburgian Staff, fl, 2, 31, News Editor, f2, 31, Editor-in-Chief, elect, f41, 1930 G- Book Stalfg Y. M. C. A. Cabinet, fl, 2, 31, Secretary, f31g Pen and Sword, Blue Croco- diles. KENNETH D. BREAM Gettysburg, Pa. BS., BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION "Ken" Prepared at Gettysburg High School, Rifle Team, fl, 2, 31. CARL F. BREISACHER, T K E Altoona, Pa. B.S., CHEMISTRY "Andy" Prepared at Altoona High School, Orches- tra, fl, 2, 31, Freshman Tennis Team, Inter- fraternity Council. l if Re..- ' ' -'vw ""' 1 A L -Is., ,?" vy -V .1 I iw, , li.. I. . ,iff gf- R 1 3 -.-,- - -,sr - '. 3 est- - Q11 .'.-.I . fh- . . ,-. JOHN BRICKER, CID 2 K Taneytown, Md. B.S., CHEMISTRY "Brick" Prepared at Taneytown High School, Var- sity Basketball Squad, Class Basketball, fll, Class Soccer, JAMES E. BRISTOL, KD E K ,K Philadelphia, Pa. 1 if-' Q R-ff '11-ijf:,l A.B., ENGLISH "Jima , Q V - C CTW W ,F Prepared at Germantown Academy, Editor- X ggi, in-Chief 1932 SPECTRUM, Gettysburgian, fl, 2, 35 , Feature Editor, Q21 , Literary Editor, GJ , , Merczcry, f2, 31, Assistant Circulation Mana- l ger, f2j , Associate Editor, GJ, Varsity Debat- 'ing Squad, Q2, 3l, Freshman Varsity Debate Team, Class Debating, fl, 21, Captain, QQ, Student Council, f2, 3D , Sophomore Play Com- mittee, Oratorical Contest, fZj, Second Place, Class Football, fljg Class Basketball, fll, QQ, ,ga French Club, fl, 2, 31, Vice-President, GJ, FQ- H Tau Kappa Alpha, Phi Sigma Iota, Class X A3 Honors, QQ, French Club Play, QD, Repre- ll' - sentative of Gettysburg College to National A -A, V- Student-Faculty Conference, Y. M. C. A. Cab- I -Q5 - Y M inet, Pen and Sword, Blue Crocodiles. 1:71, 4 i 2 1' -af? la , ra aa ' ima it --" . - 2 f JACOB BRITCHER, 2 X CX,iQf'f ?i 'llt ,te,'. - ' '-'., 1 Gettysburg, Pa. J " ' Q 7 2 il. 1 I B.S., ENGLISH Hjakci' V , ..e.Ap,- "" Prepared at Gettysburg High School, Get- -iff iifi,',gLl',Qf fyfbufgidn Staff, 615, Freshman Sophomore ,',, .-'f, Hop Committee? Junior Prom Committee. ,--' V " . 1,, ",. f 'Y -..sgf 75 Eiga.- 1"" ""' i"f555"'. if I ., - ., ' of--1'ef's-n-p..-.',,:-,,-.-f-v:f:? ,fl lQn"f'l'L!"l.ii'l i.'l"3"'Slll'i'i'f l l'l."'x " "5Z'1.5LlHflxnl if ,iiigg g 'Z -fi-.1--he--""!i"P' ' 211.:...4.'.1 g Q.. .,.-. nur-eb.,-ax, -ben ',QS'4.l-4nriai..':. 4. . . 6. .A , E--. - A f ..........,,-fz.,,g, if ' Y -5 "ff'f,.,,l?-"-1,..-..-f f I, ,rv 4 wc I-41. - A2",,,L T., , ' IL 1 I .L-':,:4, 1 ROBERT M. BUCHER, K A P Lancaster, Pa. BS., CHEMISTRY "Bob" Prepared at Biglerville High School, Get- tysburgian Staif, fZ, 31, Associate Manager, f31, Mercury Staff, f2, 31, Advertising Man- ager, f31, Soccer, f21, Sophomore Play, f21, Class Football, 111, Skeptical Chyrnists, f2, 31. CI-IAUNCEY R. BUOHL, K A P Gettysburg, Pa. B.S,, MATHEMATICS "Cl1aunce" Prepared at Gettysburg High School, Fresh- man Football, Freshman Basketball, Varsity Football, f2, 31, Varsity Basketball, f2, 31, Junior Prom Committee. ROBERT E. CARL, Star Club Hanover, Pa. A.B., GREEK "Babu Prepared at Hanover High School, Bancl, fl, 2, 31, Orchestra, fl, 2, 31, Owl and Night- ingale, Philhellenic Society, Sages, Ministerial Association, Junior Prom Committee, Rifle Club. 76 1.3a.,.- whujga--. ,-- fax,-V -,,-Y W ,Z-N 'gg'-""' 1 ' W.-f1i"":fHA ' cz Tw' - - ws,-4 Qi ii v.: aw - f- :TH -Hr 1 V- Mu. -in-shnislibili' P-1 f.41:1'.l,g,.-,ggpvnhlusi-44-annum-11. kia '43 5-A-iii"-'r ' 1 ' ' - H 'glib 2 ." '11 .,,- , A-3 "" A -. .- it 'I-,,. Y' "" ' -- ,,.-g.....""ll1-.Q -1,.'I.-.- - 'lv-'ff' ' " "1 V. fl: f' 'Q ' 1 ' . J .1 lp, Q, . 1 1 I, 4, I , l Joi-IN P. CASSELL, It A P S ' l Ambler, Pa. l B.S., POLITICAL SCIENCE "Jack" 1 Prepared at Ambler High School, Class Football, fly, Class Basketball, fly, Soccer, 'K GJ, Assistant Tennis Manager, fl, ZH. I I ' ix A Q I s I C , l I ! . WALTER G. W. CLATANOFF, A T Q ' i 4 I Easton, Md. 4 Q I l B.S., BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION "Walt,' 1 I Prepared at Cordova High School, Assist- , ant Track Manager, fl, 2, 3,5 Rifle Tem, fl, 5 Zj, Assistant Rifle Manager, f2, 35, Varsity E Soccer Squad, fl, 313 Inter-class Soccer, KZ, X' 3,3 Class Vice-President, QD, Gettysburgian, 1 - 1 f2, 315 1932 SPECTRUM, Y. M. C. A. Cabinet, ' I I f2, 3,5 Junior Prom Committee, Alpha Psi Epsilon, Deutsche Vereing Interfraternity J I gl Council. H A X 15 LLOYD GEORGE COLIO, T K E Red Bank, N. B.S., BIOLOGY , "Dorn L Prepared at Red Bank High School, Assist- ant Football Manager, f 1, 21 3 Beta Beta Beta, l I II fl, -was 77 ' Jr: , :T a-- 557' f 1 . , 1 -!.wf-.4-r-1':""i:'7lAmx. J: I ,dll 11: 4-rd.:-. w - , .wifi '. .15 4 ,Mtv ,YI-1-gil: fl I L T t 'F it I -ZLL, SLE'-'ilxw .... HAROLD MARVIN CRAIG, 2 AE Conemaugh, Pa. B.S., CHEMISTRY ' "Andy" Prepared at Conemaugh High School, Glee Club, f2, 3,5 Freshman Varsity Football. KERMIT H. DEARDORFF, flb FA Cashtown, Pa. A.B., HISTORY "Kermie,' Prepared at Gettysburg High School, French Club, fl, 2, 31, Treasurer, LEON E. DEVON, CIJAGD Media, Pa. B.S., MATHEMATICS "Devfe', Prepared at West Nottingham Academy, Football, flj, Basketball, flj, Sophomore Play Committee, Schoolman's Club, Assistant Business Manager Owl and Nightingale, Stu- dent Council, GQ, Treasurer. if 73 Er"- DONALD B. DIEI-IL, K A P York, Pa. BS., MECHANICAL ENGINEERING "Don" Prepared at York High School, Class Foot- ball, fl, 2,3 Class Basketball, fl, 21, Manager, f2jg Assistant Basketball Manager, fl, 2, 315 Swimming Team, f2, 35. WATSON W. EBBERT Greencastle, Pa. B.S., CHEMISTRY "Watt" Prepared at Greencastle High School, De- Molay Club, Skeptical Chymistsg Student In- structor, ANDREW ROSS EYSTER B.S., ENGLISH "A 7161 yn f Prepared at Gettysburg Academy. -0-if 79 I-34 f' rvv. --J M I' Jlq T' "'I'i '.I"' I .,...Lr4.,, Y. ,D-. Emmitsburg, Md. I i. ,Q-. - , T... W, ....,.....k.,x , -, , .. .....i,,. ., gf .w , ,JL , , .. i I I W- ,fr ,ag - Hg -Q- I R l l f ,lx EDWIN M. FISHER l, Bedford, Pa. B.S., CHEMISTRY i "Fish" 1 tical Chymists. rl 'Ia "L If XXI, .I PRISCILLA H. FORRY, r cb ' I 1 , ll Spring Grove, Pa. BS., MATHEMATICS "PrisreIlff' Prepared at Spring High School, Y. W. C. A. Cabinet, French Club. I lr 'I l GEORGE K. GELBACH Hagerstown, Md. ' A AB., LATIN "Gelly" Prepared at Hagerstown High School, Phil- fl hellenic Society, Class Debating Team, fl, 21, l . . . . terial Association. 'F- l 5 l lg . --:if SO lk-W ? 'C' v"'1s-.qi-.. V r V A 4-4 "' - Sfqqg-V-:L wa-.Z1v"l":?l ., . Xfliy ,H .2 .Vi 5-HJ Ii' A1 'iq I, , 0- I,'ii'Ill1,l I H 'dt' '-5 will U! 5 3,11-'f"4n,' ' ' ---Q ' -'Af'-5--T 'E' .5 - ,,.ff-ui.--rw-afv.,.-A..,.,- WH- 1- if-iniuui-ran L- - Prepared at Bedford High School, Skep- ' Junior Varsity Debating Team, f2l, Minis- , -4 ls 11, ,. 'A H- JF ,F-1, U., , " 1 H -jf u ' -f ARTHUR M. GORDON Gettysburg, Pa. A.B., HISTORY ' "Ann Prepared at Gettysburg High Schoolg His- torical Association, f2, Bj. STANLEY B. GULICK, ATO Perlcasie, Pa. B.S., BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION "Stan" Prepared at Perkasie High Schoolg Fresh- man Footballg Varsity Football, QZ, 313 Soph- omore Work Committee. CLYDE C. GURLEY, 4112K Cumberland, Md. BS., BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION "Gum" Prepared at Cumberland High School and Shenandoah Valley Academyg Crchestra, f 1, 2, 315 Gettysburgian, fl, 2, 3,5 Mercury, fl, 2, zyg Sophomore Play, f2Jg Rifle Club, Qllg DeMolay Club.- ---Qi 81 33-5-- L - . - .E F if 'TB' ' '1t ' 1 f1"f-,-"xv"-"-4 TY '- Tj J' '--f""T-Qc --P""f is fi 3 .'w"lll"I.,I if 14 iifnf ' + ti'1.V"l il li, 11 1 Sk ' 'JU I-pi UI I f LJ.VAi.,-:.':L-i1g,..-9,1-udibif---1 4nL14.I4',L,j,,,:e.:,.ga-are-when-nies.. '54 " -5""i'G-Ull2'-P- I, at r ' 'N WILMER D. I-IAMSHER, KID K P Norristown, Pa. B.S., CIVIL ENGINEERING "Willie" Prepared at Chambersburg High School, Class Football, f11, Class Baseball, EDWIN A. HARDY, CIPAQ New York, N. Y. BS., ECONOMICS "Ed" Prepared at Jamaica High School, New York City, Student Tribunal, f31, Treasurer, French Club, Treasurer, 131, Alpha Psi Ep- silon, Secretary, 131, Football, f2, 31, Fresh- man Eootball, Track, 421, Swimming, QZ, 315 Pen and Sword, Chairman Junior Prom Com- mittee. OWEN L. I-IELFERRICI-I Latrobe, Pa. B.S., FRENCH "Teri" Prepared at Latrobe High School, French Club, fl, 2, 31, Rifle Team, fl, Z, 31. if 82 136-- 1. I ,.,,, A- .1 .. " er - "- l , I - 1 e , in 1 1' 'Mn ti -' ar, ' I f F is I ROBERT LUDWIG HERMAN, QKN i Pottsville, Pa. I 5 B.S., PHILOSOPHY "Brute" I ! l I " Prepared at Portsville High School, Wrest- - ling Team, 12, Bjg Owl and Nightingale Club, H., A I l fl, 2, 3j, Treasurer, f3j, Glee Club, f2, 315 L Deutsche Verein, Q2, Bjg Sages, Ujg Aclvet- , I rising Staff, 1932 SPECTRUM, Prize Winning ,iii Original Play, f2jg Freshman Debate, Class hi Debating Team, QQ, Junior Varsity Debating Team, fZ, 315 Sophomore Play Committee. 1 I, I T I if TG 9 I l f I. RICHARD HERSI-IEY I I M y V I Q McKnightstown, Pa. if '- ' B.S., CIVIL ENGINEERING "Dick', if - - ' ,4 ! Prepared at Gettysburg High School, Class G 9 . Football, fl, Zjg Riiie Team, I A I A I in 3 7. - l 5, 1 l l Ir SARAH HERSHEY, B A Marietta, Pa. If A.B., LATIN "Sally" I' l Prepared at Maytown High School, Soph- I " omore Play, French Club. I l l. ll .H -wa 33 lie- If - a,,5n"', ig 5"-f he A V .. - as JR-A..,,a:fff'f I I .I " lim' fo T LUX E: Y' l 'ln i fi 1 l 5' ' ii xjn ' " T' 'll I L 'W i I J ,til M4541 YV. ,, in ,,,,,....p...,u.w'- I- - nl. ,.. -... .- 5.,, ' "ia aa In-.p-isa.-4-5 Q - - , . Liqff -,Y Q F ,J-K, ., ..f.,,, d'-'ug-..,.- -I Y . E i 1 z 1 JOHN R. HILL, QIJFA Altoona, Pa. B.S., ENGLISH "jack" .Prepared at Altoona High Schoolg Class Day Committee, fly, Gettysburgian, fl, , Alumni Editor, QD , Assistant Business Manager, GJ, Deutsche Verein, QZ, 31, Interfraternity Coun- cil, f3Q 3 Freshman-Sophomore Hop Commit- tee, Co-Chairman, fly, Chairman, f2jg Junior Prom Committee, f 31. NORMAN H. HIMES Gettysburg, Pa. BS., CHEMISTRY "Himes" Prepared at Gettysburg High School. ADRIENNE HINES, I' fl? Baltimore, Md. A.B., ENGLISH "Abie" Prepared at Eastern I-Iigh School, Y. W. C. A., Glee Cluhg Co-Ed Tribunal, --was 84 isa- .--. -WHT-1' - " ' C' V M . gg-. G... 9... JH I 1' 1' - fyqflkkj VI I- ..-,.,L!L' , , , , A, , .. . . . gl ,..+. .. .-:- fl- .I ,,4L-'-X,-,gnu-is-Aint Af, Ind- W3 1 Ally 1-. -- --.-.- - , ' ,v C. LUTHER HINKLE, KIPEK Berwick, Pa. B.S., CHEMISTRY - "Luke" Prepared at Hershey High School, Swim- ming Team, f2, 31, Glee Club, fl, 2, 31, Y. M. C. A. Cabinet, fl, 2, 31, 1932 SPECTRUM Staff, Junior Prom Committee, Dramatics. JOHN C. I-IOLLINGER, fb K 'Il Yorlc, Pa. B.S., BUSINESS "Johnny" Prepared at William Penn High School, Freshman Ril1e Team, Rifle Club, fl, 2, 31, Glee Club, f2, 31, 1932 SPECTRUM Stalfg Sophomore Play, Sophomore Play Committee, Assistant Football Manager, WILLIAM M. HORN, LIJKXII Ithaca, N. Y. A.B., ENGLISH "Bill" Prepared at Ithaca High School, Class Vice- President, f11, Secretary, f21, Glee Club, fl, 21, Inner-class Wrestling, f11, Varsity Wrest- ling, f2, 31, Student Council, f2, 31, Junior Prom Committee, Freshman Traclc Team, Var- sity Traclc, f21, Class Soccer, 121, 1932 SPEC- TRUM Staff, Class Basketball, f11, Deutsche Verein, -..eii 85 ' I . SP' 1 I I .LK I fl l 11 H 1 v - - "fairw- 47.0 I 21-kr Pyrl. . . lvl?--I 3 L r,-'AEI' .QFJF E, l i I .w . ,l 2 4 u I :Q- 4-1-- . , figs-a - I :al fl E .t K I.. .Any -.-SH -- -. .- E. .Y I , - - 1- ' - vi ' ,I . ...Q.g-lrJ- 1 hu -A A App,-.ng In-1 Mtnipadnnwk- ' Y - 4..- '-- - . , ,..-au-I-Q Y - Y - - 'Q , . I Ll ,C IRWIN L. I-IOUGI-ITON, KAP Sharon, Pa.. B.S., BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION "Buzz,' Prepared W at Sharon High School5 Class Football, fl, 2,5 Class Basketball, fl, 2,5 Freshman Baseball, Assistant Baseball Mana- ger, fl, 2, 3,5 Soccer, f3,5 Manager Class Baseball, f1,5 Alpha Psi Epsilon. V W. LEWIS JACOBS, fb K 111 York, Pa. B.S., BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION "Louie', Prepared at William Penn High School, Manager Class Basketball, fI,5 Assistant Bas- ketball Manager, f2, 3, 5 Freshman Rilie Team5 Rifle Club, fl, 2, 3,5 Freshman Track Team5' Varsity Track Squad, f2, 3,5 Chairman Soph- omore Work Committee, f2,5 Alpha Psi Ep- silon, f2, 3,5 Class Soccer, f2,5 Band, fl 2, 3,5 1932 SPECTRUM. 7 ELWOOD G. JOHNSON, fID I' A Altoona, Pa. A.B., ENGLISH "Speedy,' Prepared at Altoona High School5 Fresh- man Debating Teamg Gettysburgian Staff, fl, 2, 3,5 G-Book Business Staff, f2,5 1932 SPEC- TRUM. I -..ggi 86 fgam- --.H JJY. l" S .' " ' ' "- . ,, n v. 'i , II In IU 11.25-lf.:-H -.'w11.f-.m,- a.f1,!'-- -- , .5 . ag..- . fl L. PRESCOTT KAPP, QD-A GJ Glen Rock, Pa. B.S., MATHEMATICS "Kappy" 1 Prepared at Glen Rock High School, 1932 SPECTRUM, Advertising Manager, Y. M. C. A. Cabinet, GQ, College Band, fl, 2, 3,5 French Club, Track, fly, Wrestling, f2j, Gettysburg- , ian Editorial Staff, fl, 2, 31 g Kappa Phi Kappa I WILLIAM C. KARNS ' Everett, Pa. l B.S., ENGLISH "Bill" I Prepared at Everett High School, Varsity, Wrestling Team, f2, 355 Scl1oolman's Club, Kappa Phi Kappa. l I JOSEPH H. KLEINFELTER, 111 A 0 ii Palmyra, Pa. B.S., BIOLOGY "joe" il' Prepared at Paiyrnra High School, Foot- T ball, fl, 2, 3jg Glee Club, Qj g Beta Beta Beta. 5 ,ff ,M ilu V -..ggi 87 M- ' va . ,H ,, , V .--,.-,.1,0B-pi, l V V Hhs: 1 'v Y - 1.-, JN. X- A .1 1 -1 .1 1. ' U 1 tif, ...full I IH' ,-1.ftE.1k1. l 1 A Ji-'a..I!': 1'-l'.,4"..f'.n " '--f'ai..a'4,l-21,.,,a..l..-'.--4Y--s4.-..u,M,. il-. ' 7'5" 1-.--.'f--yi-.s...., .. . ,- I "T -I V . I ,. T l i 2 l. 4 i .L 1 I. Il ,, l J J 4 P! r ,V i .ALAN -'-as--..,. Pqfx- 'renee -f-,,, -1- - ,O Yr 1 X JOHN F. KOONS Harrisburg, Pa. B.S., SPANISH ' "Koonsy,' Prepared at John Harris High School, Fresh- man Varsity Basketball, French Club, Q 1, 2, 315 Schoolman's Club. EDWERTH E. KORTE, CIJFA Easton, Md. A.B., ENGLISH "Erin Prepared at Easton High School, Class Bas- ketball, fl, 3 Ministerial Association, Q1 , 2, 3jg Student Bible Class, fl, , Treasurer, f2jg Soc- cer, f2, 35, Captain-Elect, Q4-D3 Rifle Team, f2, 31, Business Manager SPECTRUM, CQ, Class Secretary, f3j 5 Scabbard and Blade Sopho- more Military Prize, QZJ . JOSEPH D. KROUT, JR., GJ K N Audubon, N. B.S., CIVIL ENGINEERING "joe" Prepared at Collingswood High School and Gettysburg Academy, Freshman Football, In- terfraternity Council. -if 88 5265-- . L . ' n.. ' tb- I sg I. 'H' 1. in Lie' ?,,.l"'T::'f -. , ..-Q1 I 3 '....,. F I, f I II' I-I vu - -'A-'+'4lI'1l" 'IM' .n' 'n ,I . f ' -v--fl-Ed-1-:',4.aI., Y-H " -" adn,-.mum-qs,-. 1- f - 1, II -n s-, Yg, L- 2.6 Y T ,, . 1 + s.-- . - 9' I DAVID F. KRUG Hanover, Pa. B.S., ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING "Dave" Prepared at Hanover High School. WALTER M. LASK Nanticolce, Pa. B.S., EDUCATION "Wally" Prepared at Nanticolce High School, Foot- ball, f2, 3j3 Basketball, f2, 3,3 Track, QQ, Rifle Team, f3jg Band, fl, 2, Bj. JAMES W. LIVINGOOD, 113 ACB Birdslnoro, Pa. BS., HISTORY "jim" Prepared at Birclsboro High School, 1932 SPECTRUM, Sophomore Work Committee, Ten- nis, fly, Assistant Football Manager, fl, 2, 35 , Manager, HJ, Assistant Advertising Man- ager Gettysburgian, f2, 3,3 Historical Associa- tion, f2, 31, Vice-President, GQ 5 Class Vice- President, -"if 89 ri' 1 'I-r li '-l I' rli 'T-,VV 'H 2 .1--4-- - ., .Ak-' 1 .fl I. Ii' - ' - . J' "-. 1 Av,-ny: -+V fJ 1' li 2 3 R l lf DANIEL W. LONG, In A o I I ' I xii Waynesboro, Pa. l, A.B., POLITICAL SCIENCE . "Dan" lx Prepared at Waynesboro High Schoolg Fresh- man Debating Teamg Assistant Baseball Man- hi X ager, fl, 2, Bjg Inter-Fraternity Council. 3 f xi , H l ARTHUR GODFREY LOVELAND, 119 I' A I l Scranton, Pa. L B.S., BUsINEss ADMINISTRATION "Lovey" fl Q Prepared at Scranton High School. A fl 1 r' -' i l V SIMON M. LUTZ Lutzville, Pa. J B.S., CHEMISTRY "Cy" R , I I Prepared at Bedford High Schoolg Gettyx- L burgian Staff, fl, 2, 3,3 Varsity Traclc Team, If It fl, 2, Bjg Skeptical Chyrnistsg Campus Beauti- I ' ful Club, 11, 2,5 Class Basketball, 1 I K V I Y 90 IEE- ,I ,N A ,E -' A." -r'-wr-- Q-eff, M 1 14- - - +A ,.,,i..,,-1'2w',2?. RL-r .ni M, 2-I1 lil A N' - - E .- -' I1 In I - I. - -'Er1I.rIw I vi intl gift!-i 'T"' --' " -H""""k'1' if - r QL 4. .-.fa--Q-.1-an---.QQ T- .70 us-iannpn-L ,. . . . .. ..'f.L..A2,1' 1 4? -- 'u.?.,-- I - .Q-... f f I ERIC C. ANDERSON Nashua, N. H. A.B., HISTORY "And3f' Prepared at Mercersburg Academy, Gettys- burgian, UQ, Assistant Basketball Manager QQ, Frosh-Soph Hop Committee, fl, 2,5 Cheer Leader, fl, ZD, French Club, fl, 21. SPENCE MARKS, T K E Wisconiscon, Pa. B.S., MATHEMATICS "Spence' Prepared at Barritt High School, Gettyx- burgian, f2, 315 Assistant Editor G-Book, f2j Assistant Track Manager, f2, 3jg Junior Y M. C. A. Cabinet, QQ, Y. M. C. A. Cabinet f3jg Radio Club, fl, 2, 35, Secretary-Treasur er, f2, 35. LISLE E. McCARL, 111 E K Mechanicsburg, Pa. B.S., CIVIL ENGINEERING "Mac' Prepared at Chambersburg High School Class Football, fljg Class Basketball, fl, 25 Class Soccer, Q, 3,3 Varsity Soccer, 12, 31 Assistant Manager Soccer, QD, Wrestling, fl 21, Frosh-Soph Hop Committee, 1932 SPEC TRUM Staff. -H-if 91 Ei? Y 'L' 'kl"5lh"' ."i1'f'f"tE,"-iff---L - r . 7- Kpupp-,'.,i,, JJ" 1 I 5ITQ'f'1'KP'!-I-VJTY'-.'il?Hi'If"I IK UIIIIIIX I li-,j1." AT -- . 4Q44..u44,L5., tn. it -I--.minus-L J s I I Y A "' ""fl'-np.i-- 1 -PM "' '-'V - -A "-' bkdyr-vita-1 G VY fps Y K K '-5-i 1 'A w. f HUGH C. McU..HENNY Gettysburg, Pa. BS., POLITICAL SCIENCE "Hugh" Prepared at Gettysburg Highschool. RALPH W. MECKLEY, Star Club Juniata, Pa. A.B., GREEK "Ralpb', Prepared at Juniata High School, Philhel- lenic Society, Sages, Junior Y. M. C. A. Cab- inet, fl, 21, Class Baseball, fljg Ministerial Association. THOMAS W. METZGER, KID F A Pleasant Gap, Pa. B.S., BUSINESS "Tom" Prepared at Bellefonte High School, Class Historian, fl, 2, 31, Wrestling, -..sg 92 -' s--f -. , , -- " A'-4. A vm. , ' -an , v V ,- FF?-., fl V if .i I-. .14 it 1 1. ly :. as ' .in--4-.au--si' ,....-,la--' V '. ' " - ..-,-i4- .5 , ....- .n ,,, . , 2 1' I 1" . I i, il.. .1 ,ff .-rg -f u . ff, WILLIAM B. MICKLEY I Gettysburg, Pa. B.S., HISTORY "Bill" Prepared at Gettysburg High S:hoolg Owl V' and Nightingale Club, fl, 2, 31. 1 ,S ,'E T l, f STEWERT H. IVIOYER, T K E 5 .df 1 X I Souderton, Pa. xg B.S., BUSINESS "Dewey" W 1 Prepared at Souderton High School, Glee ' Club, fl, 2, 31, Band, fl, 2, 315 Soccer, f2, 1 31, Assistant Manager, U15 Freshman Track, 1 Varsity Track, 121, Class Football, U15 Class Basketball, fl, 21. .?, l G. LEONARD NICHOLAS, fl' K KI! Pottsville, Pa. BS., PHILOSOPHY "Nick" Prepared at Pottsville High School, Fresh- Q X man Football, Freshman Debating Manager, ' Frosh-Soph Hop Committee, fl, 21 3 Glee Club, Q15 Class Soccer, f2, 31, Inter-fraternity Council, l 4 W. ..,..,gl 93 Ea..- lsr , 1,1 .K ....,.,,,.., e .,. ', if A+ 1-.....:.i,,,,,,,W,m:,f,,.-Jrfggfe, V-- ' i - ...l - - - , ' " . A 1 lib' .f.f.-'w"-'fs J 11 "'7"'rF7"Wll.1"i 'H ' Y 'i'1"l1?lH5 Jbali' ,,-jk, 'i..a ,Q-.U--N'-G-I-il' " ' -Auf.. ug 7 - . -f eu.a,41.,.n,. .-.hrr. Zwfff 1 ,. r - 1 fs? ' 1 . HQ .ij V fj- jp 'J N-Ns, Prepared Prepared FRANCIS W. NULL Prepared at Gettysburg High Schoei. Band, fl, 2, 3,3 Gettysburgian, fl, 2, 3,5 Glee gl v TE Y E Taneytown, Md. 4 Q BS., ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING l "Null and Voiflv at Gettysburg Academyg Riiie Team, fl, 2, 3,5 Radio Club, f2, 31. ORVILLE B. ORNER Gettysburg, Pa. ui fm B.S., MATHEMATICS "Shorty" all 1 W MELROSE B. PADEN, T KE New Cumberland, Pa. A.B., ENGLISH "Mel" at New Cumberland High Schoolg 5 Club, 41, 2, sp. if 94 ik- vr - f .- ,rHi'?.,,'-L , .,,,-vi 1 + 1 1 L' ff if 1 . -A -T utr fhl :"',' VE. '+1uLsu4ilIh-'r-- ...,..T,.1,L? 3, 1' -bvaeap arise... M- 1-4-1 'x r I I I ,VA SPECTRUM Photographic Editor, Gettysburg- ji -me ' 'T'-r' -P O l lf' Fifi 'I' LLOYD L. PANEBAKER, T K E l' Hanover, Pa. l B.S., CHEMISTRY "Dave" Prepared at Hanover High School, Class Baslcethall, fljg Varsity Baslcethall, f2, 31, Skeptical Chymistsg Campus Beautiful Cluh, fl, Z, 3, 41, President, l xl I if CONRAD G. A. PETERS .N Reading, Pa. i B.S., CIVIL ENGINEERING "Connie" I Prepared at Reading I-Iigh School, Class President, f2jg Associate Editor, 1932 SPEC- ! TRUM, Junior Prom Committee, Sophomore- I Freshman Hop Committee. P. l SAMUEL R. PI-IILSON, IDE K Meyersdale, Pa. ffsamll B.S., CHEMISTRY Prepared at Meyersdale High School, 1932 , ian, fl, 2, 31, Assistant Editor, f2, 3jg Tau If Kappa Alpha, Deutsche Vereing Varsity De- e hating Council, f2, 3Qg Class Honors, fljg 'I Slceptical Chymists, f2, 3, 5 Blue Crocodiles. u l 1' -mai 95 fa sl Rf " ' ' v- 5-T j' ,f--- 3 .--fp, Y . 3, ' .' . W , . r . . . lx - , ' l u l ' .y,llF:v1.w.I"iII1Ixf 5-In .t MkJlifJ'J -,- vf.----g'I'5l-l"'h -' '-Ji' L14 '.,..i.9n-rp-1' - : A La- Y . . - Q - ,i- A , L . A in .-,..:,A .....ff -A. ag... - -A ,-E I- E-...Eg-,,, K - , I " - , 31-glib " , 'a 1 4 I -- 5 n I.. MP5 iff p l I In I I v :V GLENN L. PITZER . L I ,ll Gettysburg, Pa. In gf BS., CHEMISTRY I "Pitz" ' I Prepared at Gettysburg High School, Skep- tical Chymistsg Class Football, fly, Class Bas- ' lcethall, fl, Zj. l in I If. if! BEVERLY PosT, A T Q Ii Newfoundland, N. l BS., BUSINESS "Bev" I, I Prepared at Newfoundland High School. IQ XP :N I gli +I N lll lt l HERBERT G. RAAB Al Johnstown, Pa. A B.S., POLITICAL SCIENCE "I-Ierbl' ' -I MW Prepared at Westmont-Upper Yoder Higlu l School, Deutsche Vereing Y. M. C. A. Cahi- qf net, ' If L lj 96 few- I I f--- .E f-me-.aff .W J L, E, I-. E. .W-,' Ifh1.'NliF'ILIK I 'I' 's' ' I ri! N VF lk! VS' "I ' "Ll"l'l.vilI!iiImf'1f1'I WH 'liliidllg-.g,f',-.. - -'mi-tfFiH'4lgJ""" 'V'-Lv-444ll. 44ignb-Lv,-.big llsuw 4 i ' dd -' -if - I,-LaYL:rddlLgkj I I I .A N +A. ,e- . -,. ,5P,...Y P , S 4' ' ' in l - ,a Ay, .12 1" I 1 H. PARKER RAFFENSPERGER, A T Q Sparrows Point, Md. B.S., BUSINESS "Pete" Prepared at Biglerville High School, Fresh- r man Track Team, Varsity Cheer Leader, fl, 2, 35. 5. 3 CHARLES VICTOR REED, A T Q ll Crowl, Pa. l B.S., BUSINESS "Vic" X Prepared at Shamolcin High School, Alpha Psi Epsilon, f2, 315 Assistant Basketball Mali- ager, r J I It .rs 41 -1 l , HOWARD I-I. RITTERPUSCI-I 1 H F , lt Baltimore, Md. B.S., CHEMISTRY "Duke" Prepared at Baltimore City College, Varsity Soccer, Q, 35, Skeptical Chymists. .1 l is l Wk. -megs 97 luke- af- ,ii P A 1- fi," A M r-'surf W- -I v T Q 't--:H-A .,,.,..-,,.,g- - 'gf' , ,G VV' l'iI"Nf1lf1f'-1'i 1. ll uf 1111 1 y T' ' 1 4 J ' - , 1 ' ' :H . ill. S. ' aw ' X V - ' 'xl-'f!1'4f', ll" as-, -Y+-4-fb""-'- '--f - V- .1 ,,---..A-r.1,-.d.a...,4,,, Jul. 1 'I' - abbeuaushnuea .T MICHAEL E. SANTANIELLO, E A E A Scranton, Pa. B.S., MATHEMATICS "Mike" Prepared at Scranton Central High School, Freshman Football, Varsity Football, f2, 3j, Captain-Elect, f4j, Iinter-fraternity Council, GJ, Junior Prom Committee, Pen and Sword. JOSEPH D. SCHANTZ Gettysburg, Pa. B.S., ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING "joe" Prepared at Gettysburg High School, Fresh- man Traclc Team, Rifle Club, f2, 31. CALVIN E. SCHILDKNECHT Frederick, Md. B.S., CHEMISTRY "Ca!,' Prepared at Frederick High School, Kappa Phi Kappa, Skeptical Chymists, Varsity Track, f2j, Class Basketball, Band, fl, 2, 31, Orches- tra, fl, 2, 31, Student Manager, BJ, Father's Day Committee, Student Instructor, Phi Beta 1 Kappa, Valedictorian of Class of 1931. if Q8 Ee-..- F 3 I LOWELL WEIGHT SCI-ILICI-ITER, E X Chambersburg, Pa. B.S., B1oLoGY "Slick" Prepared at Chambersburg High School: Beta Beta Beta, Kappa Phi Kappa. RABER S. SEELY Berwiclc, Pa. B.S., BUSINESS "Babe" Prepared at Berwick High School, Class President, UQ 3 Football, f2, 313 Freshman Var- sity Eootballg Basketball, f2, 31, Freshman Varsity Basketball, Orchestra, fl, 2, 3j, Stu- dent Director, GQ, Tribunal, f2, 315 Pen and Sword. J. MELCI-IIOR SHEADS, GD K N Gettysburg, Pa. A.B., ENGLISH "Mel" Prepared at Gettysburg High School, Kap- pa Phi Kappa, Gettysburgian, fljg 1932 SPEC- TRUM Associate Editor, Muhlenbrug Freshman Prize. -..ga 99 fgr- J 5 nl' f I If A fl: 1' if ,ull-Jr-J , " -1 -- Y n Q' R4' ,vw-g "'L---- Y V -- I .. I' RICHARD D. SHIVELY, CIP K P Chambersburg, Ra. B.S., CHEMISTRY "Dick" Prepared at Chambersburg High School, Skeptical Chymists, f2, 3jg Schoolmanis Club, OJ g ,Junior Prom Committee. HERBERT S. SMITH, GKN McKeesport, Pa. B.S., BUSINESS "Herb', Prepared at McKeesport Technical High School, Owl and Nightingale Club, fl, 2, 325 Assistant Stage Manager, Sophomore Play Stage Manager, Band, fl, Zjg French Clubg Assistant Debate Manager, fl, 2, 35. IANTI-IE GERALDINE SMITH Gettysburg, Pa. A.B., ENGLISH "Iantlue" Prepared at Gettysburg High School, Glee Club, fl, 2, 31, Student Leader, HJ, Y. W. C. A., -..asf 100 lse- - -1-i-Y -- K l I , Q ' "'iffi'lr1clr.T,Q'- F.-F"-'rift ' " 'f 1.2 ,.. gif i, 4 1 . x r-. it ga, ILA! 1' 5 - fi ul -I H! s N ,Q -.. ...ne-4' --e gg! If .......,au..-I-s-.-.g.,,.n-., 13- - 1 - . f lj: .i Ik I ' I i ,. I 1 in 1 8 f. ,Il Q If 's I l I L I I 1 l I Y l 1 I 1 1, .il 1 i li i 51, ? I " vi. .7 4 64.5 '7 5'- '-- I ,. -Y! ... .2 -,V r .. 4, .en- ff li I I f R. EUGENE SMITH Johnstown, Pa. B.S., PHILOSOPHY "Smitty" Prepared at Johnstown High School, Y. M. It C. A. Cabinet, f2, 3,3 Ministerial Association, i fl, 2, 3, 4j. i I 1 L F. W. CASH SMITH ig Taneytown, Md. l B.S., CHEMISTRY "Smitl1y" Prepared at Taneytown High School, Fresh- i man Track Team, Skeptical Chymistsg Student i Instructor. WILLARD G. STAUFFER, KIDFA Elizabethtown, Pa. I B.S., ENGLISH "Billy Prepared at Elizabethtown High School, Historical Association, QQ, Schoolman's Club, GJ, Wrestling Manager, QZ, 35. -..gif 101 fy..- ' . ' 'v"""Q I of A -V - 7 Y .!'Mi-I IST '1"' " rf -I W IW I , I., . Q 4 ' , . I ,Li S -,...,.e-.nusbi-91.71. ., ,gulf-A 3. A5 -...H -Ii ,--A uv 2' LESTER C. STRAUSBAUGI-I, GJ K N York, Pa. V B.S., MECHANICAL ENGINEERING "Les" Prepared at West York High Schoolg As- sistant Traclc Nlanager, fl, 2, g Class Basket- bau, 415. DONALD B. STRAWBRIDGE, CID E K York, Pa. B.S., CHEMISTRY 'Trenniev Prepared at West York High Schoolg Get- f2, Zjg G-Book, fl, 213 Mercury, fl, 2, 315 Activities Editor, 1932 SPECTRUMj Orchestra, f3jg Class Basketball, fl, Zjg Inter-fraternity Council, f3jg Deutsche Verein, G15 Skeptical Chymistsg Blue Crocodiles. CARLTON L. SUPPLEE, ATQ Malvern, Pa. B.S., CHEMISTRY "Soup' Prepared at West Chester High School. -if 102 Ben-- lf! ' ' 'L tysburgian Staff, fl, 2, H, Assistant Editor, :' ,, .f1',Nt?f,,.. - '--.l.,,,, rf"' 4 PAUL A. SWANK, CID K 'lf Tamaqua, Pa. B.S., ENGLISH "Swanlzy', Prepared at Tamaqua High School, Glee Club, fl, 2, 315 Band, fl, 2, 31, Orchestra, fl, 2, 31g Geltysburgian Staff, fl, 215 Class Soc- cer, f2, 31. ROBERT D. TAYLOR, 119 K XII Gettysburg, Pa. BS., BUSINESS "Bob" Prepared at Gettysburg High School. MARDELLE ALYCE TIPTON, F913 Gettysburg, Pa. B.S., ENGLISH "Tipy" Prepared at Gettysburg High School, Wo- man,s Glee Club, fl, 2, 31, Y. W. C. A. Cab- inet, f315 Sophomore Play, Owl ancl Nighcen- gale Club, f31g French Club. -Beef 103 12+ IN I f'-1335 . -W. Q' vf ,- K lv 'il "E "I ' Fl ik' 1 t".l'1l'l A li 'l F 1 1. ' 1 s V 551' jf .' JU " A " ... I 35.4 1--Vp, .f. .---- Qv-"--u- -- pig.. 1 --- - .JP-.. . - ,var , . .F if ,,' H: -rpg . .t , f -X guy- viv' . I 1 LYLA TOBIAS , Clearfield, Pa. B.S., BIOLOGY "Tobie" Prepared at Clearfield High School, Basket- ball, fl, Zjg Rifle Team, fl, 215 Glee Club, fl, 2, 3,5 Sophomore Play, Y. W. C. A., French , RALPH E. TOOMBS, A T Q Meriden, Conn. B.S,, INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING "Ralph" Prepared at Gettysburg Academy, Tennis, fl, 21. 1 LESTER F. WAGNER, HIDA GJ Palmyra, Pa. B.S., ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING "Zack,' Prepared at Palmyra High School, Football, fl, 2,5 Baseball, --Q-gf 104 EW- I, l !z'T'T1qa-Vi ,Y-if-len ' Ai V.. , I 'aj Z ' E -- , .,.-1:r'F""'i:g,'f?,v -a 1121.---IIrI.4xT4II.1Iw - --5uI,urszf',"+,, "" ' - -'I '.a'.L3.:a wi- Gag-lg:-fm -YM. . 'figjfyi J' . U 1 Club. Ile. Q . - I--. ' ' ,Y 'w,.- ..-1 -.I . ' , .. "-1-q-.F -,- --V14 725- F. I., A ., -Ef-,.r 'T gf, -1 it ...,, OSCAR S. WAGNER, KID K P Strausstosivn, Pa. B.S., MATHEMATICS "Kid" Prepared at Bernville High School, Deutsche Vereing Class Basketball, fly, Class Baseball, HJ, Class Soccer, HOWARD O. WALKER, CD K P Baltimore, Md. A.B., ENGLISH "Walker" Prepared at Baltimore City College, Y. M. C. A. Junior Cabinet, fljg Ministerial Asso- ciationg Philhellenic Society. JOHN N. WEAVER Harrisburg, Pa. B.S., ENGLISH "jack" Prepared at John Harris High School, Kap- pa Phi Kappa, Associate Manager 1930 G- Boolc, Freshman Baseball Team. -wif 105 ESM- lp gh . , I Av' '1 I' 3 I -1- ve .Q -h N " "'-f-i4'iyvnn:,f,,i'--,Qi-"T"JZ',' ...if-.5-v-Tiyff ', "aff-I'Il"Y.11T! 'VV -I ' W-HFNVF 52 '1,"A1'Y ' " Nuff.: llif INV' 'fx uf J 1 ' Q' "fm-g,.1n..s.1-I-:Asa-f is ., ,,, fda--1gh,,.ggu-usIvxL3qp.,q,J,4, 1 bla. ,Lia5" . s . . A - -EJRXU ' I Ji My n . I '--2-4, 4 ,P 1 u i WILLIS L. WEIKERT, E AE Gettysburg, Pa. i B.S., ENGINEERING "Billy I Prepared at Gettysburg High Schoolg Class I Basketball, WILLARD H. WOOD, SID E K l Glen Rock, Pa. B.S., BUSINESS "Jessi, , Prepared at Glen Rock High Sthoolg Alpha Psi Epsilon. y gi l I GEORGE VULGARIS Baltimore, Md. A.B., 1,1-IILOSOPHY "George" ' Prepared at Catonsville High Schoolg Min- isterial Association. if 106 139- i. -.-'e . -- 1 it-Q I ,rx . I, K 1 P l 1 al i k"' , ,- . 7 I: g. I In if .. - - .I -.:.:,.-s...f 'IAQ-47 45 l 1 l l V ' I il. I Ii' J 1,1 J! If I7 Sf Ei, I I H '-f-"I ' If I 5' 4 i' I I ARTHUR E. M. YEAGY l , New Oxford, Pa. li A.B., ENGLISH "Yeagy" Prepared at Hanover High School, Philhel- I, lenic Society, f2, 313 Ministerial Association, - U, 31. E r Iii r 'r EUGENE W. YOUNG , TI Hagerstown, Md. A.B., LATIN "Gene" I Prepared at Hagerstown High School, Phil- - hellenic Society, Ministerial Association, Fresh- man Varsity Basketball. . li l 5 I ' JOSEPH M. ZELCI-I, o K N I' New York, N. Y. Ii X B.S., BUSINESS "joe', l, Prepared at Dormont High School and Get- tysburg Academy, Assistant Basketball Man- A 'Q I ager, fl, Z, 315 Owl and Nightingale Club, f2, 3,5 Class Treasurer, QD, Alpha Psi Epsilon, , f2, 31, Freshman-Sophomore Hop Committee, I Sophomore Play Committee, Sophomore Work 1 I Committee, Junior Prom Committee. , tl 5 I I -ogg 107 f We W :V . .... - V. , ' :iaith 'i"""' H' "l""'!q'r'L- , -11 --Q,-, . -- . Q Y 3' ' "Js'iuru1j",13,, :,.pJ""','af' -.Y I r,--f"""' i , gg, ?fvi,H'I?1"E 1 1 I '1", - '-i1,'flI'f' an I 1' 'Ia I 5 v.'I,.i 111 IN 'LL-Q2 gall! If-5 " , ' i-, -'J "lF""t" J Lur'1',A.Q, f- '-4 A i-.Il-1-...,. ,I+ ' M ' 0.1,-ggi:-.gl---As..-. ,I ,- -YL-iii E I THE JUNIOR PROM OF QD YEARS AGO A STUDY in Prom progress at Gettysburg . . . for those who still remember the thir- tieth of January. Paul Specht and His Orchestra provided the environment. Many thanks to ':Ed" Hardy 66 Col GIRL 'YOU TOOK TO THE PROM -meg Egg-Q... EX-MEMBERS, CLASS OF 1932 Altobello, Henry D. Anderson, Eric C. Anderson, Presco K. Appler, Clifton Ross Armitage, Earle D. Ball, William E. Barnitz, William Beal, Benjamin C. Beales, Marian W. Bennett, Daniel A. Bigham, John C. Black, Horace H. Bolig, Lester L. Bowers, Edwin S. Charlton, Foster A. Cope, Roland Dise, Paul H. Eyster, Philip L. Emig, Marsden B. Feld, Sidney Fink, Elmer Ray Fonlcen, George W. Frantz, George C. Gaiser, Harry W. Garber, Wilber C. Gerharclt, Eugene Grab, Charles L. Gunnett, Cliiiord S. Hanlcins, Kenneth E. Heck, Kathryn E. Heverly, Roy C. Hoffman, Robert W Holmes, John S. Kifer, William Knect, John H. Koser, John T. Laney, Robert N. Lapp, Willard H. Wolf, Brunhilde -..ag 109 ga..- Lease, William L. Ludigh, Thomas B. Lupton, William L. Martz, William M. McCarney, Evelyn R. McGinley, Ralph C. Mcllhenny, James H. Mergard, Frederick W Miller, David A. Miller, Harold W. Miller, Henry A. Moyer, Charles Henze Myers, Charles F. Nace, Marshall R. Nace, Robert G. Nelson, Robert L. Rife, Sara E. Risher, Harry E. Rivenburgh, Asa R. Saubel, Donald S. Schantz, Edwin H. Schrope, Paul William Seltzer, Robert T. Serbe, Milton Shoemaker, Alvin M. Schrawder, James M. Silcox, Harvey L. Spatz, Harold L. Staley, Lance S. Sterner, Joseph S. Trostel, Hiram W. Van Derbeelc, W. H. Viener, Lewis M. Waite, Charles M. Wasson, David B. Wasson, Howard N. Weamer, Lawrence R. Witters, Robert L. HONOR STUDENTS 1929 PRESCO KXDD ANDERSON SAMUEL REGER PI-IILSON CALVIN E. SCHILDKNECHT 1930 MERLE WILLIAM BOYER JAMES ELLERY BRISTOL WATSON WHITMAN EBBERT GEORGE KNODE GELBACH 101-IN FREDERICK KOONS IANTI-IE GERALDINE SMITH Magi 110 f"' ff 7'-2 Q. -Z""'4' x. S KO? MP9 lIHil KO? IW KO? IR IYE S SOPHOMORE CLASS HISTORY As WE, the class of 1933, pen this second chapter to the history of our days at Old Gettys- burg, we are struck with a feeling of pride tinged with a shade of regret. We are justly proud of the many contributions we have made to our college, far too many to enumerate in this one short page. We are proud of the works we have accomplished in the name of Old Gettysburg, and we claim a lasting happiness in the never-to-be-forgotten friendships we have formed here. Yet in spite of all our joys, we sense a feeling of regret as we view these halcyon days of our slipping by so swiftly. We are about to experience the transition from Underclassmen to Upperclassmen, yet it seems only yesterday that we arrived here, a bewildered, frightened group of individuals, so soon to be fashioned into a unity. We are standing at the half-way mark of our college careers. Our Alma Mater has offered a new and broader life of culture, and every man has an equal opportunity to accept it or let it slip from his grasp. In the one case, his life will mean more to himself and his associates, in the other, the consciousness of wasted opportunities will be a bitter thought in years to come. Let us, then, the class of 1933, be not a mere mass of latent energy, but a creative force to shape and develop itself into the fullness of real life, not a flickering flame, but a blaze of glory, counting it better to leave work unattempted than only half clone. Whatever we undertake, let us clo it to the best of our ability, whether it be in the class room, on the athletic held, or in the organizations of music or literary activity, in all of which we are so fully rep- resented. GORDON M. GARDNER ---eil 112 li?"- T a 'il RAYMOND ff swam DAu1. HQLEQCHMAN 4- 1 VlC.E'PP.E5IDE'HT SECRETARY 4 i AES g LAWRENCE B. Momma D D, E Sl DENT I , I A 3 X -W' ,ww li: P i I, - 1 ,I 15 -..egg 113 Egg.- ,L I gina" 'wif ' g- Q .V f.. N.. .-mgm, we c 11 +. -1:31 N ' V 51 1 f..-'.f1.'H.iU.! i ANL" sM!if".4,Jfp:1 -..., I--1.14-...X-c.f.J,.':f--+1-Q-"5-I 101-H-L " " .. , -A qi., .TW ,J ,I . 4 Q , - 1 . W- 'nf 'A s . V- 1 If 1, 'L iv' 1 ' 1: iw- Q. y 1 1 .1 'p 3 t, ,, 1 "1 + C. gi ' ' n ,L-1 'S dr H? N ,,.. .,, V . K. Q 1 - ,lm ,, ':'- Q' I r. u 1 .jjif-, '42,-' 2 -1. ,. 3539..- f HI -MQ A "'-. 'A--, ,..- iff' 51, i, -u- ,,?,,-4---A--F1-gg. V' 1. Amspacher, Lloyd L. SOPHOMORE CLASS ROLL Glen Rock, Anderson, Charles F. ....,.. Connellsville, Armento, William H ...,..,... Harrisburg, Agar, George, -lr. ,,,,,...........,.,,,, Altoona, Bankert, John W. ..................--...A. York, Barley, Ralph E ,,........ Roaring Springs, Bastian, William W. .....,. Williamsport, Baum, Ernest L. .............,...,., Lemoyne, Beachley, Frank A. ..,..,,... .Middletown, Biggs, Marion J. .......,...,........, Orrtana, Bowers, John Z, ,,,,.,,,,,.,,.,.,., Catonsville, Brown, Richard A. ,.......,.. ...Gettysburg Buchanan, Alfred K. ...... -...Plantsville, Bushman, Dorothy M.. ..,.... Gettysburg, Ciavarelli, Anthony G. .....,,..... Ambler, Pa. Pa. Pa. Pa. Pa. Pa. Pa. Pa. Pa. Pa. Pa. Pa. Pa. Pa. Pa. Cowan, john W. ,,.......... .New York. N- Y- Cowell, William D.. .......... Philadelphia, P3- Cronlund, Raymond ,...r...,. Philadelphia, Pa. Crouthamel, Roy M.. ................. Telford, Pa. Depp, Arnold Nl. ,,,,,,,,., - ,,... PittSlJLll'gl1, PS.. Derrfey, John F, ,,,.,,,,,,.,.., Philadelphia, Pa. Diehl, Austin E. .................. Loganville, Pa- Dimmerling Mildred FH.- .,......... York, PH- Dorn, Wesley .,,,,,,,,,,,w,r. Baltimore, Duborow, Grace B.. ............. Gettysburg, Pa- Durding, William W.. ...,,.,. Baltimore, Md. Eby, Charles L, ..,.,,.,.,-.,.,.,., Harrisburg, Pa. Eden, Clair E.. ........., ......... G ettysburg, Pa. Enders, Donald E ....... ............ L ylC6nS, Pa- Ernst, Earl S.. .......,.............. .Spring City, Pa. Evans, Robert Am., ,.,.,,, Chambersburg, Pa. Feld, Sidney ............ ................... Y ork, Pa. Fisher, Frank P. .................., Pittsburgh, Pa. Frantz, George C ............ ........ . Scranton, Pa. Gardner, Gordon M ........ --..Pittsburgh, Pa. Gibbs, Vaughn L. ........... - ............. York, Pa. Gilford, Richard H ..... .............. A mbler, Pa. Gilbert, Charles R .... - ........... Gettysburg, Pa. Gillespie, John L ........ ........ . Arlington, N. -..ag 1 15' Gleichman, Paul H. .......Cumberland, Md. Gnau, Percy . ........ .... ............ Y ork, Pa. Gotwalt, Jacob ......,....,... Spring Grove, Pa. Gouker, John W. ............... Gettysburg, Pa. Gulden, G. William .,,,...,..,,,.,,, Carlisle, Pa. Hamsher, Carl M. ...... Mechanicsburg, Pa. Hamer, Elder F. ........,,... ,, ,,.,,,.,. York, Pa. Harper, Vincent R. ......., Mt. Lebanon, Pa. Harris, Dorothy V. ......, ..... B altirnore, Md. Hauser, Ellwood L. .............. .Oakland, Md. Hauver, Herman A., .,,,,....,..,.,,,,, Lantz, Md, Hawkins, James O. Spring Grove, Pa. Heaton, James ............... Washington, D. C. Hege, Howard M. ............. Greencastle, Heindel, Richard H. ..- ...... ,...Hanover, Holtzapple, John G. ..........,.,.,,.,, York, Horning, Clark S. ............... Royersford, Jones, Albert M. ....... . Karns, Coolidge A. ........ ........ E verett Keesey, Truman ,..,.,,...,.,.,..,.,... York, Kipp, Walter E. .................., Pittsburgh, Pa. Pa. Pa. Pa. ' Pa. . ........ Natalie, Pa. Pa. Pa. Kirsch, Gustav A. ........... Jersey City, N. Leatherman, C. D. ..... . Lenker, Luther A. .............. Harrisburg, Lucas, William C. ....................... York, Marchese, Samuel F .... ........ - -..Lodi, N. McCarty, Austin McCleaf, Edgar L. ,......... L ...... Fairfield, McClellan, Samuel A. .......... .NorWood, McGinley, Ralph C ............. Waynesboro, McGraw, John D. .......... a .... , McMillen, Kenneth H. .......... Lancaster, Mergard, Fred. W. L. ......... W. Phila., Merker, George H .... , ...... - ...... .Darby, Bethlehem, Hummelstown, P.a Pa. Pa. Y. Pa. Pa. Pa. Pa. Swissville, Pa. Pa. Pa. Pa. Messinger, Karl H .... ........ . Kingston, N. Y. Morris Lawrence B.. ........... Phoenixville, Pa. Myers, Francis B.. ............. . Nace, Robert G ........ .Glen Rock, Pa. -.-......Gettysburg, Pa. Neef, Victor H.. .............. .AL1dulDOn, N. lg..- Nissley, Robert L .... --..Hummelstown, N. Oberlander, Wm. H. ....,,.....,.,....,. York, Pa Ortlieb, Reinhart B. ......,, Dolgeville, N. Y Painter, Clarence E ......,.. New Freedom, Pa Raffensberger, Thos. H. ..,..,,, Biglerville, Pa Reehling, Harold A ................, Hanover, Pa Reider, Wilson C ....,....,,..., Shickshinny, Pa Renshaw, Charles T.. ...... ,.Phoenixville, Pa Rife, Isabella M.. .....,...,.... --..Orrtanna, Pa Ritter, Luther W. .....,............ Keymar, Md Robb, James M.. ..........,..,,.... Harrisburg, Pa. Rudisill, Mervin D ......,. - .......... .Lykens, Pa Schantz, Joseph D ............... Gettysburg, Pa Schroeder, Herbert W ...., Dolgeville N. Y. Scott, George W. ....... Lambertsville, N. J Shoemaker, Alvin M ............,., Somerset, Pa. Shryer, Thomas D. .......... Cumberland, Md. Sinclair, Ivan B., Jr.. ............... Altoona, Pa Smith, Walter A ..,.. ......, - -..Doylestown, Pa. Spangler, Edna M .,..,,,..,, New Oxford, Pa. Steck, John C. E., .............,..., -.,.C3fl1Sl6, Pa. Stockberger, Robt. E. ..,....,.,,, Slicksville, Stoner, David C.. ...... - .,..,,... Gettysburg, Stoner, John W.. .,.............. ..-.Lemasters, Strock, Howard E ..,,...,......., D.- Scranton, Pa Pa Pa Pa Strevig, john R. ....,,........,. Manchester, Md Teeter, Daniel E ........ ..,...... T anetyown, Md Thomas, Jean E. ,..,.,.,.......,, ,-,Biglerville, Turnbach, Edward P.. .......... .Hazleton, Ulrich, Robert K.. ......,,,,,,..,.,. .Highspire, Vastine, Frederick ,.....,......., Shamokin, Wagner, Richard H ...., Martinsburg, W. Walker, Glenn S.. ........,,,.,,, Meyersdale, Walker, Stanley E. ...,.......... Harrisburg, Waltemeyer, Miriam E ..,.... Gettysburg, Pa Pa Pa Pa Va Pa Pa Pa Weatherby, Ellsworth ...,.... Audubon, N. Weaver, Paul E. .,..,.,. , ,......,.., Littlestown, Whitcraft, Gordon D...-.West Chester, Winston, Thomas L .... ..... G errnantown, Wise, Robert L. ,......,... ......... H anover, Ziegler, Edgar D. ...,,.. .... - ......... Y ork, Zinn, Margaret E., ..........,.,,. Gettysburg, -wgtf 116 Egg..- Pa Pa Pa Pa Pa Pa 53214- ? I S-xx IKF IR IKE S IHI NVIII IIE NI f M23 P- K ' u A .,., fm FRESHMAN CLASS HISTORY "I-Iistory, which is, indeed, little more than the register of the crimes, follies, and misfortunes of mankina'."-GIBBON fDECLINE AND FALLQ. IKE WHITTIER, we "know not what the future hath of marvel of surprise", but we, the class of 1934, sincerely hope that when we shall have completed our four-year sojourn in Gettysburg there will not be on our register crimes, follies, and misfortunes alone, but the record of deeds of valour and high emprise, and unobtrusive acts of love and tender sym- pathy. We hope to be molded into men of intellect and understanding that we might bring credit and honour to Gettysburg our Alma Mater! Doubtless we shall look back upon this, our freshman year, as that period of our lives which has contributed vitally to our development. If Cowper was right, and we're in- clined to believe he was, "Variety's the very spice of life, that gives it all its flavour." Surely we have not missed much of life,s precious nectar, for many and varied have been the expe- periences we have had since our arrival upon the campus last fall. Have we worked? Yes, but we7ve played also, weive enjoyed the making of new acquaintances and the cultivation of new friendships, the contact with the administration and faculty, the bonds of fraternities, the glorious seasons of sports, dances, we have welcomed vacation times, we have wept from cha- grin, discouragement, and homesickness. As Longfellow reminds us, 'QEach thing in its place is best, and what seems but idle show, strengthens and supports the rest." It is therefore, the sincere hope of the class of 1934 that our experiences this year and through the remainder of our college course will strengthen our moral fibre and produce that which will make of us true Gettysburg gentlemen. C. LEIGHTON KING 118 Ea..- 0 SAMUEL ELLENBERCI P. ' ..-vnpe'ouesmnEr1T E W RICHARD C.WOLF SECRETARY JOHN G GREEN ,Q ILESID N ET 119 xr.,,- T 'HI ' s' V' NIJ? 1 '-----,J . -iqgliu ' Egg..- OZI -wegf F RESHMAN CLASS ROLL Achey, Oscar ,.....,.............,., Manlleim, Pa Amspacher, W. H.. ,.....,..... .Glen Rock, Pa Andrews, W. R .,.......... ....,........ B eaver, Pa Altland, R. D .......... ...................Yorlc, Pa Babylon, T. C .... ............ . Westminster, Md Baker, E. J .......,... ........ . East Berlin, Pa Bawn, A. R .......... ........ W est Lawn, Pa Beachley, E. T ................. Williamsport, Md Beachley, F. W ............... Williamsport, Md Bell, A. D....- .............. - ....... Gettysburg, Pa Benzon, G. H. .................... Jenkintown, Pa Bergstresser, K. W. ........,......, Hanover, Pa Berkheimer, R. A.. ......,...... Thomasville, Pa Bernhard, K. J .... - ............... Jobstown, N. J Binner, A. H.. ..........,...,, Schaeiqertown, Pa Birely, L. S ............,.....,........ Thurmont, Md Y Bissel, Gerge T .... -...New Yorlc City, N. Blackburn, C. R.. ............... Philadelphia, Pa Bortner, C. R. ,... ..................,.. H anover, Pa Howman, H. S.. ................. Harrisburg, Pa Bowser, M. H ........ L ..................... Yorlc, Pa Bream, Jere. ........................... Gettysburg, Pa Broadhurst, Jack W ,.... Lamberrville, N. J Burg, W. R.. ....................... E. Prospect, Pa Butterfield, T. E ............,... Sharon Hill, Pa Callihan, P. R .......... ..-...-.-....Narberth, Pa Calvert, W. A. ................ Philadelphia, Pa Chenoweth, E.. .........,,,... Taneytown, Md Chubb, F. D .....,....,. Cornfield, R. J Cou e G. H ...........Highspire, Pa .........Lansdowne, Pa Cado an Pa Y P, ---N -,---..------------- . g , Dannhauser, H. Dolgeville, N. Davy. Merton H.. .............. Harrisburg, Pa Day, B. ...........,., . .-....-..-..Pottsv1lle, Pa Deardorff, G. E.. ..... .,...,,,, L ittlestown, Pa DCIICICSOH, H. N.. .............. Pine Grove, Pa Diettericli, K. R.. ..,.............,... Berwick, Pa Dillinger, R. H. .........,-,,,,.,,., Brookline, Pa Dise, Paul H.. ..............,..,,.,., Glen Rock, Doran, F. C.. ........,,,,.,. , Dracha, W.. ......... -,.- Ellenberg, S. P. ...... . Pa .. Long Island, N. Y Reading, Pa Philadelphia, Pa Ehenour, O. L. ...... ...,,,- H arrisburg, Pa Etzler, C. E. ....... ..... ......... H a nover, Pa Everhart, R. C. ........ .,v,,,,,,,,, Y ork, Pa Falls, W. R. ........ ..............,.,.,, Y orlc, Pa Fiscel, S. A. ........................ Gettysburg, Pa Fisher, N. ............... Warrior's Mark, Pa Fisher, Merritt Hanover, Pa -..gif 121 Foll-cemer, P. L. ...... . Foster, C .... ...... Frank, A. L., ...... . Frasch, H. F.. ..... . Frecon, R. H.. ..... . Baltimore, Md ...............Yorlc, Pa ...-....Bayonne, N. ..,..,...Harrisburg, .........Gettysburg, Frey, R. B. ,.............. .................... Y orlc, Fulmer, H. B ......... .......... J ohnstown, Gillespie, A .... ...... ...,.... A r lington, N. Gillinder, F. R. .......... ........ . Lansdale, Gobrecht, R. W. .....,.. . Gossler, M. ....,.. . Hanover, .....-...,Lebanon, Goyne, R. C....- ....... ......... A shland, Green, G. ................ ......... D auphin, Greenaway, W. T. ................ Hanover, Gross, R. M. ..,............ ........... G lade, Gunnetr, C. S.. ....... . ...............Yorlc Hagerty, M. R. ...... ......... P hilipsburg, Hain, C. G. ........ ........ . Harrisburg, Hall, A. R. ,,,....................... Elizabeth, N Hall, C, F, .,,,,.,,,,.,.,,,., ,,,,Williamsport, Hallman, H. B .,,,,, ......,,.,,... P ennsburg, Pa Hamsher, P. O. .,,.... .,,., M echanicsburg, Pa Hanson, T. P .... ..... - ............. G ettysburg, Hartman, Herbert H ...... -..Baltimore, Md Hartman, Lee M. ................. Cashtown, Haynes, -D. C .,.. ................ R ohersville, Md I-Iessel, Ia. E. ..- ............... Hollidaysburg, Hemminger, Wm. ................. Ardmore, Herb, C. Eh..- ................... Valley View, Hershner, R. C.-.- .......... SteWartSt0Wr1, Hespenheide, H. A ................ -...Y0rlC, Hess, C. R., .,,.-,.-,, W-, ,.,....... .Harrisburg, Herrick, A, C. ,,,,.,.,,.,,........... Wellsville, Herrick, W. D.. ............... Connellsville, Hill, Wm. S., ,....,.,.. ..........., P ottsville, I-Iorning, W. .................. Lewistown, Houghton, R. M.. ...... .......... C lark, Howard, H. C.. ...... ............ C aCl0g-2111, Howard, ........ . Bethlehem, Howe, Edgar E. ,.....,, ........ Y Orli Springs, Huber, Chas. A., Jr., .......... Gettysburg, Jacobs R. C. ................. ..-. ..... Red LIOH Jacobs, R. F. .......... ........... . ....... Y Otli, Jaffe, Harry ..,,.,, ...,. . . SUOYCSCOWTI, Jean, A, K, --,,,,-.,, ,,......, H arrisburg, Johnson, R. A.. ................... . Lewistown, Jones, I-I, R, .,,,,,,,,.,..,.,.,.. Philadelphia, Kadel, John E. ................. . Gettysburg, Kast, S, L, .,...,.,.. ......... W illiamsport, Jge..- Pa Kepner, C. W.. ,,,,,.,. .....,.. W aynesboro, Pa Kindig, A.. ...... ,,.......... . Littlestown, Pa King, C. L. ,,K,-,,........... ----Westminster, Md Kitzmiller, I. V. ...........,...., Gettysburg, Pa Klime, H. E. ....-.,..,............ Royersford, Pa Kochenour, E. F. .................,.... -...Y0rk, Pa Kohr, D. L. ..,......... ..,.... M iddletown, Pa Lawther, W. L.. ....., .............. B oswell, Pa Royston, W. Wm.. .... .Sparrows Point, Md. Rupp, H. A .,., , .,.,,,............... Kittanning, Pa. Schaller Chas. S ..................... Hazleton, Pa Schwartz, P. M. ,.... -. .......... Gettysburg, Pa Lambie, Jas. ....................... Philadelphia, Pa. Lark, George H. .......... . Hackensack, N. Leber, E. ............................... Jacobus, Pa. Lee, Paul R. ...........................,... Everett, Pa. Livingood, N. B. ..........,... Birdsboro, Pa. Lloyd, W. E. ........................ Pittsburgh, Pa. Maust, John D. ................... Gettysburg, Pa. McCracken, D. D. .............. Parnassus, Pa. McCullough, D. D.. ....... . ........... Carlisle, Pa. Messec, O. M ....................... Trenton, N. Metzger, F. R ......... ........,. H arrisburg, Pa. Meyer, G. E ........ ......... . Gettysburg, Pa. Meyers, M. ...... ......... H arrisburg, Pa. Miller, W. H. .............. ,.Woodstown, N. Miller, W. R. .................. New Oxford, Pa. Moody, H. ...................... Duncannon, Pa. Morrill, Robert ........ W. Engelwood, N. Mosebrook, S. W.. ......................... York, Pa. Mulligan, E. W. ............. .Red Bank, N. Mumford, D. .............. Ellicott City, Md. Neth, P. O.. .........,,. ....... - ..Monessen, Pa. Nix, R. D. .............. ............ C adogan, Pa. Olkewicz, ....... ...... . Phoenixville, Pa. Orwig, E. S. .......,.........,. Williamsport, Pa. Parker, C. ................................... York, Pa. Patterson, R. M. .............. McKeesport, Pa. Peterman, R. A. .....,,.... Hicksville, N. Y. Peters, R. K. .......... ........... . ...Aspers, Pa. Pirzer, George J. ................ .Gettysburg, Pa. Plank, A. B., Jr. ....... . ....... Gettysburg, Pa. Price, Mc.R. . .................. Waynesboro, Pa. Ragensperger, T. H. .......... Biglerville, Pa. Reaser, D. L. ..... ................. . Gettysburg, Pa. Rechter, C. H., Jr. ................. Hanover, Pa. Reinhardt, H. E. ........... Woodhaven, N. Y. Reisz, H. F. ..................,......... Parkville, Md. Reynolds, Robt. N. ............... Midland, Pa. Riis, H. F. ................... ....... . Tenafly, N. Rose, W.. ......... .......... P ennsburg, Pa. Selser, K ........................... Jenkintown, Pa Shanebrook, R. S.. .............. Lirtlestown, Pa Sharp, M. B. .................... Cumberland, Md Shelley, W. P. ........................ Sunbury, Pa Shellhammer, C. P. ..... -..New Ringgold, Pa Sherrard, A. L.. ........... Newton Square, Pa Sieling, Jas. ,.........,............... Glen Rock, Pa Smith, C. E. ......... .......... . Frederick, Md Smith, P. H. ........ ......, . New Freedom, Pa Smith, R. M. ..................... Wrightsville, Pa Md .-....Taneytown, Smith, R. W. ..,......... . Spaiford, P. .............. .Dolgeville, N. Y Sprenkle, C. R. ...... .....,...... . Hanover, Pa Staub, C. E. ............. ........... H azleton, Pa Stauffer, H. H. .................. Gettysburg, Pa Stauffer, W. H.. .............,.. Norristown, Pa Steckroth, H. G. Sterling, H. S.. ...... . Hazleton, Pa ........,.,.-..York, Pa Sternat, T. M.. .................. Millersburg, Pa Strode, P. ,..................... Red Bank, N. J Stroud, W. I-I. ................... . Norristown, Pa Taylor, W. W. ............... Williamsport, Md Paulsboro, N. I Tender, L ......,. . Theiss, A. F. ........... ,,......... B altirnore, Md Thorne, F. W. ................ Bridegport, Conn Tomchik, Jno. ........ . Lansford, Pa Unversagt, P. H. .............. Elizabeth, N. J Utz, L. M, . ..... .,..............,.,.. H anover, Pa Vanderwall, F. C. ................. .Linde11, N. J Voss, N. A. ................... . .......... York. Pa Wainwright, M. R. ...... Shrewsberry, N. J Walters, G, F. ................,,.. Harrisburg, Pa Warren, H. A. ...... ........ G ettysburg, Pa Weary, H. L. .,,...,,,. ........... C arlisle, Pa. Whetstone, W. ............... Waynesboro, Pa. Wiley, R. T. .......... ........ L lanerch, Pa. Witmer, S. G. ...... ...... H anover, Pa. Wolft, C. W. ...... ........ G ettysburg, Pa. Wolf, R. C. .,.................. Bloomsburg, Pa. Woodward, W. P. .......... .West Chester, Pa. Wrye, Rex .............. .,....... M orrisdale, Pa. Zitany, L. A. ..... . --Qii 122 Rea-- Bridgeport, Conn. Z5 XJ X 1.-Jw J A :wr X rr f of N f .- 2 - .XX fav--' r ff ffF?2 X KN a f' f G X N X A "' ' , f 1 32231 -. V K " '. fly r XX :z um - - .252 nl' pxbsx -- v u ' ff awww, La .L kkkaxi. N W - Q- r -er X X W Xa if ,r g- ' MW: 5 ,fb "xx ' - X . ae .XPQ Xyf Xb-I '1 Q X ww NM kf 7 : ' , A ii l api! H xR ' X12 a AH" "' xv X W K X!-:V rf BOOK III The Extra-Curricular "Several of us have just returned from a game of tag. It was great fun, but I am fearfully windedf' OLD ALMA MATER "Our Alma Mater" Our Alma Mater, dear, Thy name we love to hear, O, Gettysburg! Bright scenes of happy days, Vivid and dear always, Our hearts are joined in praise To Gettysburg. 'f The brightest years of life, S0 free from anxious strife, Are spent with thee, Wlvere friendships true arise, And bind our hearts with ties Of love that sanetifes Our loyalty. To God and Nation, true, We pledge the Orange and Blue Our love sincere, Wlien doubt and care arise To dim thy cloudless skies- O, then, thy name inspires Our hearts with cheer. And when life's race is o,er, lVe near the unknown shore, Dear Gettysburg, Still shall each heart he thine, Bound by love's cords divine- A pure and sacred shrine For Gettysburg. -WQQ Ee..- A 'Ml' IH! l!L HE Til' lil KC S ATHLETIC COUNCIL GEORGE H. HUMMEL Alumni Representative, President JOHN E. MEISENI-IELDER Alumni Representative, Vice-President CLAYTON E. BIL1-IEIIVIER Athletic Director, Secretary THOMAS L. CLINE Faculty Representative RICHARD A. LARIVIS Faculty Representative, Treasurer MERRITT MCCLOY '31 Student Representative FRANK M. XXIEAVER '31 Student Representative LESLIE M. KAUFFMAN Representative of the Board of Trustees JOHN F. DAPP Ex-Officio, President of the Board of Trustees HENRY W. A. HANSON Ex-Officio, President of tlne College --ref 126 539-- 4 GETTYSBURG COLLEGE VARSITY LETTERMEN I i .H If fr Q 1 I I 1 I I I V 6 I 3 5 U s ANGLEMOYER EDEN HARDY 1-IOWER JONES LAMB KooNTz McCLOY McMILLEN MOLLER MCCARTY RENSHAW SANTANIELLO SEELY SINLAIR SMITH STONER, STONER, WALKER KLINGER EBY MORRIS DOUB GULICK HAAS UTZ WEIKERT GULIAN DAVIS ROCHE HENKEL KIRST W D '1-- . CRAMER SNYDER HOKE RIFE VAN ORMER LIN D HERZLICK REESE SWARTZ SCHILDKNECHT SHULTZ BUOHL DICKSON MANGES . XIII I3 71 i Ir 5 in xl I I --I-925 127 EBM- AA , 2 HEI 5"'ir" ELM- I A+., if ---:f . . Fr' :IVR 'Ns'.FN'l4Ef wr . 1. :Mfr 1 rw Ew.',v!1'?f ,A , .V I - c 1..- ,ai " Q "' u ,,. 1 -'- -ff'-bfi 4 1 .J ,g,,.,.' 'J-f -'fi-we 4-.,..,. .4-. A ff. Ha' ,-.-Bda.. W :YT li til l. Q T Vj'7f.5qn.-....'?4?-r13n1., W-'ki-I 'kj ".p.n--Li1:- e X 1:-ttuy --G 1 ..-"' ' 1 x , I I . , -L -, , 'a 4 xg a 1 . ' ' . It 1. ati -l l 1 2 if T 1 l e1 x N ALMA MATER . J , fi As softly the evening shadows Av I Are ,veiling the campus towers, ,l I We come, a hand of good fellows, l Q., - To sing in the twilight hours. ' 1 The 'silvery moonlight mantels X l The Worn Walls of chapel anew, , The Wind in the trees sweetly echoes s Our praises of Orange and Blue. Whenever thy loyal sons gather' N To walaen fond memory, 5' ' Our thoughts shall be turned, Alma Mater, j Old Gettysburg, hack to thee. J Forever am I thy debtor, l N And Whatever else I may do, ' w 4 1 I'll Love, I'll Defend, and PII Honor . y Thy Glorious Orange and Blue. ii yt , Q 1 to il gf 1 1 ' X , V2 M l N ht sl 1,2 3 y 128 334-me , ug., . V ,..s" ik Q T lf ' """"f"-rf:-ff-1---f ee, e: , -e va' ""' fs l, wt i' -'1f4.f- vv4'17',,j"-'!t.'. Q,,,,:4Lfz? ff ,Lf L If 1 is W H V- 1 s.:f......w "11l..,,. . 'R'--.n-7. ,. ---.1--..:-. ..--,-V -hl-vnuq-'-- -" I n IIF KO? KO? 'Ill' IVBSS A IVL IVL X ix f'zw'7'fHp X ' ,-"-. AKIEH MCCLOY KSKEETZD NDICK7, DAUB Cdpfdifl Manager ORGANIZATION Head C0465 ..... ,-,,,-----,-,,,,,,----,--,-,-,--,,-,-,4,------ ' QHEN7, BREAM Affiffdnf Cvdfher ,.....,. .... .... ' ' HAPSD FRANK, CART. MCREYNOLDS Tfdiflef ........... - ......... .........,............,.,..,..... ' 'Ro1vIIE" CAPOZZI Cdpfdirl ....... ..-- ....... UJAKIEU MCCLOY Manager ........ .....,.........,...,.,... Q QDICKU Doua Director ........... E Captain-Elect ,.....,..-,, M ana ger-El ect ....... -- -.-,...-.PRoF. C. E. BILHEIMER - ...... QKMIKE7, SANTANIELLO ,-..-.....-.-"JIM" LIVINGOOD VARSITY FOOTBALL SQUAD Left End ......,.. . Left Tackle .......... Left Guard ....,...... Center ........,....., - Right Guard Right Tackle ........ R1ght End . .,....,.. Quarterback W.- .... . Left H al fhack .. Right Halfback...-.---.... Fullhack. ....,.,........,... D. STONER, EDEN SMITH STONER, I-IOWER ....-.....RENSHAW, SINCLAIR - ........, SANTANIELLO, LAMB .-,,....-..,..-.MOLLER, AZAR .-.--.-..---,..--.--..MCCARTY, WALKER JONES HARDY, EBY, KLINGER, MORRIS ANGLEMOYER, MCMILLAN, GILBERT ..............--.....,..-...KOONTZ, MERKER, GULICK -beef 130 213+ Q.- 3 f-ufvf S, Jef. 2' X ax s fr xf wifi -v X?- Af? an , '4'7',f. '42 .1 7 49' f-K ,ffl f y x f 5 asf' ,. 1, + eta? f1:,, ,.5G'- V9 " 11 2 1 .K F. '. fiifff. M V ' 1 , - U I. ,L f, ,wg ' ,' f-lx, . '.. " I A xx , eh ,,. ,, A-. V . i, 7 v.,.,, , 2, ., ,x T ,, " ' ' Wg ,Q - 1, 1. .P-' f' Il ,N 'QF' Wivrrq N" 4 M: li. ' ,,. , :kia ' 'Qi-, M41 N 4 2 L: -nz: 'i . -f - M:--' ELM,- 1 fa ' ' f x" ' I-IEN BREAM HAP 5" FRANK Head Coach Assistant Coach W L -lv-A-QQ! 111. -gl l,':a.,:z:f-.x:,:.ouT1:-mlc.'m'Fv"nS4-E .J L. ,,. A ,,.,. " f- 3. I ' - 1 " ' Jaxx-P, D- .l" ' ' '- . 4 i '5' if 5 1 li li fl Q a 7? l l V I: l 1 nl 1 'a l si" up f, .1 :NW-..,V ku 2, -XA l h. if i f l l 1 v .i 51 , 'Q HARDY EBY II , JA Y F FOOTBALL REVIEW if I JUNIATA W 1 i 1 1 A NEWCOMER, Juniata, appeared against Coach Bream's Bullets in their first contest of the 1930 season. Captain McCloy and his band of warriors, most of them untried in varsity competition, romped off with an easy 20 to 0 victory. The blonde baclcfield trio-- lf McCloy, Anglemoyer, and Koontz-gained consistently, with Koontz going over twice for X scores. Anglemoyer was responsible for the other eight points. The sophomores of the squad also served notice of their potentialities in this game. ,x w an li, ll M l 1 l l l I P if l RENSHAW SINCLAIR -..eil 132 " -1-1-gf-i 3--f-.f .P Y 43' " A ' f.aim'Ji'1.11.' 1 cz' 1' Q fl in .N 1' Y. 12.1 .1 W. - ii UM UI '1'V'.flilif'll XIILIJ' - 'N "1 J ' WH' ' , -9 , I J-A ... -Y 'Y 1'-- Y-1 if 3 f. 1 1 V -.. , ,4-. .. Y' ' vu . , fu-P-5-ffl -fe "' , ,,,, iw-+1 .. 1, - --g -V - F 3' gg,-f W: 121- fir t 5 11 fl H.: ," if , .... . M.-. ,.., . A.,. C . ! uk r - V 1' , 1h In 1 V 1 q-T1 ,N 9 M - " sf 1 , es . V ,memes . g rr, . . . .ml -. f A x al, y b 1 -ILTw,gg,'Q,-LZ 51, hvir, ,, X, ,V Q I A , . 1 5 1 1 1 1' 11.1 ' 1 'T " '-l f ' ' .Mft '1 it- if ' 11 ti Q ,gferg ' Ly I e F -ggi, 1,24 AM,- , 1 .uct .. ff " 15: gg.-ii-,119 . '15, 'Q' f " 5.-6:1- f geviwxrq fQ,.T,' ...Q ,vp L1 1 . ' TT 1w '.121'7 -fiff?5'?E ' 1- 1:-1-we -- '--far R1 12 MCCARTY "IKE" STONER -.5 VILLANOVA X Gett sbur crashed into the national s otli hc when on the followin Saturda thev Y g ' D P 1 g Y, , AJ thorou hl u set the stron Villanova Wildcats and emer ed from the tense stru le a 3 to 0 g Y P g gg W 1 5 I1 1 1 l 15 1 F 1 ilu X 4 victor. The Main Liners were clearly outplayed by the Bullets and a belated aerial attack, which constituted their one scoring threat, was stopped before any damage had resulted. The place-kicking ability of "Larry" Morris gave Gettysburg its winning margin when he booted a perfect held goal from the 27-yard line. P. M. C. - A weak P. M. C. defense could not cope with the Bullets, inspired by their great victory over Villanova, and the Cadets were smothered under a 56 to 0 score. Spectacular play with long runs and passes featured the game throughout and the P. M. C. eleven could register only one Hrst down. The touchdowns were distributed among Koontz, Gilbert, Jones, McCloy, and Q'Ilce" Stoner, with Koontz getting over on three occasions. 1 35 . N , , : ,uf . ., 1 Y 9 4- 2 . '- 11 H 4 1 1 ' Pk g 2. 51--1 . , -rv. ,-ov ,wa-ft.1,,1: :.: , 1 f' .:. fwci 'Q ,. .' 5 " 'I I 'M 5'4f.SWr.'1-f., . M. .. .- Y-...f'mb .1 ww '2 , f' l -' . ,. A. , ,, L .-M H ' 1 1 aa- '- fs Q, f - . ' '. - vm. ' . 1 f - .1-Q.-fx., .1 '11 1 .:-,,- M Mfg ' -'42 -f-1' '. 1.5-7 J.: . Raza'-5 " .-5-.1.2Q "' M. ' , - Inv ? X5iA?"Sf5z: ' QQQQWX1:- -. . . AV' " a 1 , . 1 1 ' -ei- 1 . l 1 , l me as ' ' BULL STONER SMITH 1 1 1 1 I ' ,M -..sg 135 ga..- Q4 11"..T,,,. ', Y I. J , sf.. 1 1fl1i" . . - . vc. . . .f.f.,.f-ff.. - -1111 -I "Mg, 1 - ,Q 1 sig, . - ,,. -1-1 1.11, r lv? Dlambylkll.x"'f'lJ.!!liV.l.ilxl1llsl V"vQ'fFl'!..lUIl1f Q1 willy, 4.-"L"' digs-1.g,.a.. gills. '.-'-3'1r"- ' 1'-. -. .. 4 1,57 rn- , V. N' ' x...V ,L..V. ,DA --1-w-ui.a-v -A I W Y.' . ,Vp V - .. 5-"ff" ' 15 rr.. 3 1 -v' L w.. V' -. ,V '-t n If Vvlf i A V 's ' w . ' 1 I . F 1 ., . 32,25 Vl ' . 1 "'V . A Ly '- , - X T f u - 35" r f A 1 . ' - - Q' f -. ,sh i ' "H, 4294 i , EDEN WALKER i 'l LEI-IIGI-I I The Bullets, defense staved off a serious threat to their uncrossed goal line when, during ' the first half of the Lehigh game, the Orange and Blue were oucplayed for the first time during the season. The Frank-coached line, however, was equal to the occasion and repulsed f I every Brown and White threat. Hardy and Anglemoyer concentrated a series of off-tackle plays and an occasional pass to scoretouchdowns in the second half. 'lg-V BUCKNELL 6 Pitted against a heavier and more experienced team, the- Gettysburg warriors were j ' forced to accept their hrst defeat on Father and Son Day at the hands of the Bucknell Bisons. ff 1 For two periods the Bullet defense withstood the terrific battering of the Bucknell hacks, but 1 when the final whistle blew four alien scores had been marked up against Gttysburg. "Ken" McMillen made a spectacular 60-yard run to prevent a shut out. The final score was Z6 to 6. . Q. - I r , .c,, , '5::-32fs2'?.g.-QQ. gm' 1.12 i V H f..f:f.eaf-qw'sf--naw V . .26 . V - aw-'V-gv'V:eg.,,s:g. ,ia Q sf' ,Sax-133-A-1.31, 5433 ll ' -"--- S4762 M '11, f-I .- mf,P.xV:4gf-. 143 ns'-- wffz:fr:V bww: "?"fP7f'Z"1'V' A: ' V ,V ,ggi a..g,ggg,w..:p:,,..f1Vt,-X: . V 2-as-aC:a+4Saf3:,4:Z f.g-f:':gfg1g:--aaa. V . . .saws V' 2:-S1V1V55f-.:1:f::::15- : .. Vf- .- , .' , " :gg ,V 'fggyg HJ- -V: , 2' '-. -T' H. -EELS?-S' ' ', J -571: " -V 5' ., "f4gfv3g5-'-33311-sg Vi MY-gf , V. , ,V.MQ:,af,a 3553.-sf s SW., , 'V , an ,. ,.f,k,..cfg ,r f -.Q - -t-V 'sez' ,.1.:V:'---,,':fg-V.a1:g:f ,V ag:--V-. M-V - .astwr-111 .V I K, - V ., A ,.. v .D N - .y:1:.gI5'V'5 . , 4.55.1-jV1jI'7,-3+ gsm' VV--7.11.1552-'12"i1 - ', 1 -11" s iff" V -L: 35'.f:i'i:" ' , ix. -V 1 '. N It , , z..fV :1":V., .. 44 K V P 2: ,, 'A-wmsk ., I ,. 31 -' .V -eu-.5 . H 7:33 'Ve 'H .V :emu V 11 x Q ' - . ,.sV WV ' . 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' f ' If 'ff' 1 frr' ,! ll l rl l I? ,,.., :g-55' -27 -'41 I k' ff .-, -.,-'K 5 GILBERT Momusi H if URSINUS i Struggling in vain under the disheartening effect of their first defeat, and handicapped by injuries, the Orange and Blue dropped their first Conference tilt in four years to Ursinus. gn A well-planned aerial attaclc gave the Bears two touchdowns and for the first time during the IW season the Bullets failed to score. McCloy and McMillen executed several fine advances, , but the Bullet offense failed to come up to previous form and a bitter defeat was the result. 4 i ' DICKINSON , The Red and White of Dickinson was no match for the speed and power of Captain McCloy and his mates and consequently the Bullets registered a glorious 33-to-0 victory over their time-honored rivals on Alumni Homecoming Day. The individual exploits of "Jalcie" McCloy with twenty points to his credit were more than enough to stagger the Dickinsonians, 1 who never seriously threatened the home goal line. - r i pq.,-'E 1 - ZZ l' , -Y ' R - f rd , al., ,.,,i, xi. six?1:5-,if-gfgpga-?1.,f,sf.3 . - ' i-1' A 1 I-Iowan KOONTZ I 1 X --Digi 135 lieu" 'i .. , r is lli iw' 74' ' !"if"' .3.f"?""11" -rf , ,, . f -if E f"-'J"""1?'+4aL'-r-"w"'Y -' ' """ l - , . . Q., Q i . - 'M f-x 1 fb, mlm:-Pfl.1c1 ix ' - .saw l'i'.1'Kl 1 x --.JIIHI1-A 1 fld -3514,-27" .fiancee-B1nhlJr--r-i--b 0Jh..,l411gf'f4 Zv-.4glJ!.-un-0.Mi.-hn.i.- -19" it ti V- 5' ' 'I' ' ' -lj ' lug a A - . ,Q ,. 5 V, ---f i-....,,.,,- it I- - .1 5 -I .--gk ,-.,. 9 1' "' ' 4 .A , I 1 ..j K l e sz"ie3w ' M- ' - ,n f f ' f sf ,il X . 3 41- 51 . .S15E,5: ,Q-51,,:',,. gstgzfyh , :-,545 W, .f2'wF?'s-:Im 'ff fx-ga Ig 3"- V 1 1, use, ,Q-,--X1-fvfsgli?-'1'1.:':.119'e-Q55 . . -sr. X ,ewfarf .- A: :, , - l ' ,2 X25 - - -:. . ,Q-3 brvbw ' .2,,gii.T , X - , -.M-.,,s++.Q:, A ,gn I-Ss.,-ig , 0 "-wx .3 id-fiex.-'I 'fi vii. "1 NNN' Adv M. .,. .Mp sy.. 4 .- y my .-Y, Q33-w ,yum fr s -.,,,m.1:f,.Y" -,hw-, -- -X., 5 -,Q . :Vg ,,.C-2- ef - or fmisx. M" 'ff'-:fa N':1'?fiV's4-wx ,S 31 ww - .fax 5- wa-A - -K LAMB MOLLER MUI-ILENBERG A victory over Muhlenberg, conquerors of Ursinus, gave Gettysburg a chance to tie the Bears for Conference honors and the Bullets jumped at the first chance to the tune of a 20-to-6 victory. The play during the first quarter gave no indication of the final results, as the Mules clearly dominated the play during this period. From then on, however, Gettysburg was always aggressive and Eden, Koontz, and McMillen challced up touchdowns as the result of Well-planned offensive drives. "Bud" Eden received a fractured leg in this contest shortly after making the Hrst score. F. and M. With everyone expecting the Bullets to turn in an easy victory over F. and M. on Thanks- giving Day, the 6-to-O defeat which resulted for Gettysburg served as a bitter anti-climax to an otherwise brilliant season. With Britton giving a most sensational performance, the Pos- sums took advantage of a Bullet fumble in the first minute of the game and drove with irresistible force to their opponents' goal line for the only score of the game. With this loss the Conference title definitely slipped from Bullet hands for the first time in four years. . A wrt. af 'rfffi' ' WW t Q it 1 s 1 4 'Vis tx ws, we -413-'Ks xyx sq, .W aggseasefsa, Navi ggxw ,K NNN-Wqw Q3 52 X ers ,Q , Zi,-L. ,:r1'-a+f-L:.'.- 'Q .- fs- -1 -asf -f , csv, u.:varx,,'-sbt-' . ' - .mg .""r.L,sO 'Ya A 'W 2 e , - ' A -f-.I:- 'I-2-'?Qi::b?,iI-,J 'k -' -. 1 '4 sms.:-1a1'11!'!:::: :cd-.v , .-:,2J... ., .t,....-sn.::L:-..:-:?:i3::5:5:5iv:Q ,.,.. ..:., ,,,, , .. ,,,,:,,., , .. X6 X X-gasendttrow-A-QQ as-fm-.Q-saw 5. X 1099516 xym, wax ge 6 MCMILLAN MERCER -..if 136 A N f i ' ,. 4,4 1',,..-at l,t',"l',x'1'"lf5lrlI.i.l'I'! '.."l'f?1-,l.i. "fe .1 -w "- w---w e- - --if -f -, - " -H' , , . a. , . . , y . 3 I. f it-f 1w...a...s,4--.,s.a.i... -.rt K ,Jam 3- -- . ig". IIB? A S IK HE 'Ill' IIB? A HL IKL . J JOHN DICKSON Manager USKEETZU ANGLEMOYER "JOHNNY" HENKEL Co-Captain Co-Captain VARSITY BASKETBALL Coach ..... ......,,..,,... -.--, ..... - ...... HENRY T. BREAM - JOHN R. HENKEL Capmmnmw C -"' "-" w WILLIAM F. ANGLEMOYER Manager ..... ..,,.v,, ..,.... .... - .,,... J OHN B. DICKSON CHRONICLE December 10-Princeton ,,.,,,,,, ....5., 2 4--Gettysburg Princeton 12-Georgetown ........, ,,,-,,, 3 5-Gettysburg Washington 16-Waynesburg ,.,,.A.....,,....-.., 44-Gettysburg Gettysburg January 8-Geneva ...........r..-....-,,,,.,.,.... 48-Gettysburg Gettysburg 14-Franklin-Marshall .,,,,.,..,- 32-Gettysburg Gettysburg 17-Albright t..,,,..,,,,-,,, -,,,.., 6 5--Gettysburg Reading 19-Mt. St. Mary's ,..,., ,...,,, 1 Z-Gettysburg Gettysburg 3 0-Drexel ,.,.,.,,...,.,,,. ,,,,,,, , 28-Gettysburg ...,..,....,.,,.. Philadelphia 31-Fordham ......... ,,,.,,,, 4 6-Gettysburg New York February 4-Dickinson ....... ...., , M39-Gettysburg Carlisle 6-Juniata ..,........ v,,,.,i 2 3-Gettysburg Gettysburg 7-Bucknell ,..,,.,,,,,,,,.. ,.,.,,, 3 8-Gettysburg Lewisburg 9-Mt. St. 1VIary's ..,..,....,... Z0-Gettysburg Emrnitsburg 18-Franklin-Marsl1al1 45-Gettysburg ,..,.,.,r.,.,,,, Lancaster 19--Bucknell 7 . .........,,,,,..,.,,,,,, 46-Gettysburg Gettysburg 21-Swarthmore W- ....... .,,,,,, 4 4-Gettysburg Gettysburg 26-Muhlenberg ....,...,,,,,,,r,, 35-Gettysburg Gettysburg 28-Lebanon Valley. ...,,,,,,,.,,,,, 43-Gettysburg ..,.......,..... Annville March 4-Dickinson .,i,,.....,... ,,,,,,,., 3 5-Gettysburg ..,...,......,,.r Gettysburg 'if 138 I K g , 'F' , -1 IL' 1 K xl' r Z ai-qw it,-3 I: Ft fl? BASKETBALL SQUAD VARSITY BASKETBALL CHRONICLE AFTER a successful and highly interesting season on the gridiron, the basketball season of 1930-31 came as something of an anti-climax. A schedule of nineteen games was opened with a brilliant 26-to-24 victory over Princeton on the University floor. Four more victories over Franklin and Marshall, Mt. St. Mary's, Drexel and Juniata in the first half of the schedule gave the Bullets an even break in the matter of games won and lost. However, the winning propensities of the team seemed to have been lost after mid- season had been reached, and a series of losses resulted in one of the poorest court seasons that Gettysburg has experienced in years. Coach Bream started the season with only three veterans from last yearls varsity as a nucleus around which to build his team. Captains Henkel and Anglemoyer and Seely were the only men who had seen any considerable amount of varsity experience. To these were added Utz, Bouhl, Klinger, Haas, Jones and nearly the whole Freshman squad of the pre- vious year. Although Coach Bream seemed unable to find a combination which could consistently turn in victories several extremely exciting games were played before the home crowd. The first game with Franklin and Marshall was forced into an extra period before the Bullets could eke out a one-point victory by sheer determination and light. Even more closely con- tested was the Bucknell game played on the home court which went into two extra periods. Although this one resulted in a loss, it was games of this type which held the interest and support of Gettysburg fans through a poor season. -..sgf 13Q gs..- -' 1---h,- P - --y. v X -A 1 - it- f--i?ip-Lu-.Ma-,vi .,,"'.-,i rv,-- - ,uf . , 1' v' W :sf-IAN"--l.s-'-he-4-"Ea 1-.tix "f"'lsll'fi in' A A-V . -, , ,A-1.1-M,l,,., ..t.s,,,,f,,-,,,,,A, 1.4. 111: -....t,-,,,,.,:k.-a-:a- - . Y ,+- ""'- - J 1 F.. BASEBALL EARL DAVIS ,.., 4' 9 Captain VARSITY BASEBALL TEAM ORGANIZATION Coach ........,, ......,.......................,................. C aptazn ............ Manager .........,... Manager-Elect .........................................,.....,,., ......,........,.,, IRA PLANK EARL E. DAVIS RUSSELL KIRST JOHN W. EVANS Infieldery: McC1oy, Davis, Gul- ' , . ian, McMillan, Henkel ff Outfelders: Roche, Stoner, . Anglemoyer ' ' Pitchers: I-Iaas, Utz Catchers: Weikert, Smuck, ,"-' ,"V Boughter if '--' ' . A , R ' Y 'fi IRA PLANK c'RUs" KIRST Coach Manager -..ogg 14Q fga..- F"-'lf ' ' 1 ' - :ga I 'xfiiwm Fi- f-','-""f"f1. f.,'VI fig'-'-'IIT' L'T',,.I 1" ' i':,l'T,1"' ' ' K. ' "'- -..,1.....f....,....fg, -1 4-.. ----meh'--f-A w- . ,,gY .,,.4...,..-u ..4. -.-.....,f, . 5 JH-2, ,WA Ju' :elf 5 , I5 . H I 'P I 1 fl A i P 3 F .YV SEASON OF 1930 CHRONICLE April 3-Dartmouth ,...... - .....,... .,,6-Gettysburg Gettysburg f 5-Villanova ,..,..,,.,,,,,-, ,.,,,,,, , 2-Gettysburg Gettysburg 1 9-Mt. St. Mary's ....,... ........ , 5-Gettysburg Emmitsburg .l 14-Bucknell ............... .,,,4., 0 -Gettysburg Gettysburg I 25-Swarthmore ...,.,...,, ,..,..,, , 0-Gettysburg Gettysburg ,W 29-Lebanon Valley ,,,..,.. ..,,,..,r 0 -Gettysburg ................. 10 Annville 5 May 1-Mt. St. Mary,s,,,u-.. - .,..... 5-Gettysburg Gettysburg 3-Bucknell D., ..,..,,.,, .,,,,,,, 0 -Gettysburg..- ...... - ....... Lewisburg 6-F. and M.. .....,,. ......., . 3-Gettysburg Gettysburg I 8-U. S. Marinesm-.- . ..... ...Z-Gettysburg .......,...,......., Quantico Q 9-Georgetown ...,.., ...,...,, 2 -Gettysburg Washington l 14-F. and M. ,,...,,., ,,-, . , -Rain, .....,........ - Lancaster 18-Muhlenberg ..... ,......, 3 --Gettysburg. ............,....., Allentown Q 21-Temple ........, ,-,r,-,,, 7 -Gettysburg .,,.,,,,,,,,,-.,.., Gettysburg 'll' 23-Villanova ......,,, ,.,.,-, ,,,,,,,, 6 - Gettysburg . ,.,.,,,,,.,,.,,,,,, Villanova Ili 24-Temple ...............,.,-, , ,,t,.t ,,,,,-.-, 7 -Gettysburg ...,..., ..,,,,,,-,,. P bilaclelpbia 27-Lebanon Valley ...,,., - ..,,,,,,,,,,,..,,,, 4-Gettysburg ,.,.,,.....,,.,,,,,, Gettysburg June 7-Dickinson .,.......,,,,.,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,, 2-Gettysburg ,.....,,,,,,,,,.., 19 Gettysburg 7-Dickinson ..............,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,--, 4-Gettysburg ,..,,.,,,,,.,,,,,,,, 9 Carlisle I Total score: Opponents, 58g Gettysburg, 129. fl Games Won, 145 Games Lost, 4. fy -..sgf 141 Ee..- lin Y. I : 1' my Us-fu It -. - 1 A 1 "' Q- e--- ,J-1-fit . JH- .-14,1 Yl ff? V1-el 'Q 1 el 'a - Q 5.1 Jw 1 11151 'rn it t 'P vi :el r 'VY' Mg. 1' -L - H --1-ee---'--' "' 'f Hu--r.a4.-i.-...auf-.-' -+1-----2-f 11.4-V -1 W ' , . ,, 'Ali af.,- ' ' 1 "' '. 31- A 'F i A I ,, i J :X ,Eng J-uf' 'H .+ 'f--N a a , f ffiz-iif. i . I s J , w : - an St' :f'F.: - :-. wt 'f 'sN.:,Q 'C 35 4111, Lv- ff" .9-:.. , . ' -AA Q I ' '- ' ' -. . , j Q ' X - M .V 5 , f' ze. -'45mi-for,::+35mff:E2-:azr:'f':f:'?5sm-mr,:ar-::1,-1 ' H 'swf "-V+ fik-ki- .. M'.w4 1 . l. we-G:-1,1 ',:1::,::,::,,,51,,:4 -15:41, :v,. a: x-on -fag:-:aww 4 ,. gy- y -, - . .f-4,-.fs , ss ,bp g..1M'.e- V, H Z.. - M - ?5'6Si+ tst- . ?2,Ze:,.- , ,mgxiz ' 5:-11 if , .ssiqf '- -C54 "'gg1f,.:Q r I .. GULIAN STONER BASEBALL REVIEW URING the school year, 1929-30, a series of fine athletic records were compiled by the teams representing the Orange and Blue in the sphere of inter-collegiate sports. This term of consistent conquests attained its climax with perhaps the most successful season Gettysburg College has ever enjoyed on the baseball diamond. Coach Ira Plank started preparations for a hard nineteen-game s:hedule with only one member missing from the nine of the preceding season. Eighteen of the scheduled games were played and fourteen of these resulted in victories. Captain Davis, nine mowed down eleven consecutive opponents before their brilliant record was terminated by Muhlenberg, and for -weeks Gettysburg headed the eastern inter-collegiate nines. The first conquest of the season was perhaps the greatest of them all, for Dartmouth, which later became Eastern Inter-collegiate League Champions, lost a 7-to-6 decision to the , ., ...Q ,. aw ,, , Q3 fa ,,.. ,A:,:,..,.1.: ,.,4i- " ' 29:2 -- f , vita-X:-z'-f:'f'V,fimlbzt . ei?- .r:..4-vw-D-:H -Q. .-v,:g,.- 1+ 1 :--.: .1-,TQ ,,f1,:5,ffefg:,!-msd M . ,- aqpegg,-' izsws:-,,'a, , w::,rQ1r-aff:V-fm ffzqrs-W?-fsitfis iz-'arcs wg:-z, ,,. ,,.,,,:.:L .Q ,- ,::'.::+efK.f- 5 3 -s,.f'? 4,-: ,cfmg . .,,, ' f'llf'i'i ff" f ' , ' f72g '?i5'3 , 9 I M V 1 0 43 A3347 :N I Zig, 4 'mg FV, Q ,yas Q ft 94 W sr- ,,,,, Y va? M35 geqiggzg gi YV L Q:,Q,Qgg1'fa' :gig,, I:"34:?Qi,g'2 "" , ' H ' ' ,f.,s.,,. Mt-.,,M4.,....p,,,.,. . ,, we v w . fa, Wi? .nz : 12:4 '- ""X7:k.2f:',vE:12i1 4,1 fkivx-:2.:2:f ' ' V 1 gzfwf -4,-J n vu' Q:-at aiu. '-zu . ' 1 wif! fig 24, 4? 5' HAAS WEIKERT -..sgf 142 iga..- I I 4 , H- ' -Q., .A jaiwfn -. "1 - -5' i ,V B. K ,L,,::. . . ' r 'LN F' Tl? - H ga"-"' 1 rf 'I A lx W 6' ll A 'L-, 1 ' LLL, D' a -gm , ..iY.aj,, ' wet. l vi 3 ' ,f p l, i if ' 2 - . I. t k r gff' i I 1- . fn "AW L 'l X t - it .. Q if .2' 1. ff 5'2" A 2 - P f 531 -f-W, J 4571 L'-g """ " ' ?Ll??WaL 1. 4:11 1' 3 U. " ' 1 r -' . H l ,- fn t t f , .fo at-C e.fii:1f"' - i-2-3041.-3.3-I-1-gf 2-gf .. 4 -fflf 1 fa - l. ' ai. ' ?1 2ffi'2"'5vf TfQ'g3-'HM'-.iv!gQsii:4f'1' ' : e .,5'?'JEf?:" -Q :2f.:La5,-kip.: 'PC'-5"'2 .. -...JJ -'wut-.' - , - Us-3' - 4 i .. . . 'l " ANGLEMOYER MCMILLAN . 'P . . . . . . l Planlcmen. This aus 1c1ous start was followed with a trium h over the stron Villanova . P . . . P n ' g - ' Wildcats. Other notable victories were ained over Geor etown Universit , the Marine Cor s 1. g s Q y Q 4 P J I team, and on June 7th the Bullets captured a double-header from their Diclcmson foes, the I , first game being won by a seventeen-run margin. V Q Temple University was the only team which was able to conquer the Bullets on their home N 1 field. The Owls were also the only squad to defeat the Orange and Blue twice. Muhlenberg I' and Villanova turned in other upsets. pl l The pitching of Haas and Utz was the outstanding feature of the campaign. Together V' these stellar flingers compiled a remarkable record of strikeouts and effective pitching which Q was an invaluable aid to the excellent fielding and sticlcworlc of their mates. McCloy led the l batters with a .493 avera e, while the varsit nine finished the season with a .318 avera e. g Y S ,A - , ., . l l f ff z ' Q ' . i ' .r is fs' 'S-J' 7 ll . vevse - " V ' "" 2 2 N ' R MLA? 3- 1- -.X ,f,s.v,e..y.'.4:'4g,1Q ..y::g:f,, M . Roc:-IE MCCLOY I, V1 l ""95f Ikw' 4 . ,. Y . . . Q ,A-4. .Q-- 1.2! 3 'lf 'K , 'U"""lluv'a' -,"' ji" -2 -1- U' Q I, ' ' ' "L"T?7Aicq'j,,-I..-"A-fp .-1 v ws""' 1 If btw if - . ., , , , . . . .W , . .. . , . . 1 . f fly. 5 -V .H-'V T r 1 I I ij - A Q .W V 3. in 'H 'Q 1 N. A we it 1 E+ lv I 1- 2' TMJ 11' 4 .s, ' ' A. -- Y-Ri!'4""J ' ' I f 1-,LQ ,,...4-s+-eh'5'1'h41-vah:-- 1 . . 'H 5 " A5 " - Pun--airs-s:' - . i e ciuilkgl . 1f'1ff.f' M fr ll ,,. , F .,-,, 1.-.,,... -.. 1 1 - . - 1 , 1 I ll A ffi 4' , ,'-If I L, fl. 4, 1 l 'N li -3. it HUGH HOKE "TucKER" SWARTZ fy Captain Decallvlon, Penn Relays l TRACK 1 SEASON OF 1930 l CHRONICLE ' April 12-Johns Hopkins. ......... ..,....... 6 3-Gettysburg ..............,... 63 At Baltimore 1 May 3-F. and M.. ..........,.. .......... 5 9--Gettysburg. ..........,......., 67 At Lancaster ,N 10-Dickinson .........,....... - ..,,.. -..,49M-Gettysburg ,......... Q .... 76M At Gettysburg 14-Bucknell ..........,,................,..,..., 31-Gettysburg ..................Y 95 At Lewislourg l April 26-Penn. Relays. Gettysburg 7th in Decathlon. At Philadelphia. ll' May 17-Gent. Penna. Intercollegiate. Gettysburg lst. Ar Gettysburg. lp 24-Middle Atlantic States Meet. Gettysburg 3rd. At Haverford. rl I ui ii l V l CAPT. W. R. MCREYNOLDS CLARENCE SCHULTZ Coach Manager l n 144 il -4 . . -JH ., Tue---'-""-'M Rf" ' """ p " :E . ,T t. FI- K I .If XF it tl' ,rl 'L q , v l l 1 ll l 1 l 5,1 Q 1 X, J- kt ., . l QlnY 'N' ' l""'1z- -ffm--, we , QT "' 'g""'M!K'?aL,-' . --.-v--w--f"I'?r!w' a", 'IPA' IFILM' l1Ill'lRli'x tlllllflirf L. .5 'r'f1. r ',--'A 3' 'Q ' -AE' . VU!-4.:Tr:, 1..,...-.""""'u""" "- 1- - uf. ':.Ga-ntl-hh-vhnhunl-l.pn...-haL ff! V-"I A 1- -31 Q. A, rn' "- "M-,--f .1 . f '- F if' if A? i J'- E, ,ua ll Y, f ff I 3 VARSITY TRACK SQUAD I 100-Yard Dash ......... ...,.... . Snyder, Reese, Hardy, Beck 220-Yard Dash. ......... ........,. C ramer, Snyder, Reese I 440-Yard Dash ......,. -, .......,..,,...,.... Reese, Scliildlcnecht "V 880-Yard Run. ........ .L ....... Jacobs, Moyer, Moller, Black ll Mile Run-- .... .,.......,.....,, - .-.Rife, Wisler, Moyer Broad jump, .r.,.,,, .,....... L ind, Swartz, Hardy, Snyder High Jump. ,....,.,. .......... S childlcnecht, Lind, Hardy High Hurdles ..., - .,,....................,, ,Hoke, Swartz V Low Hurdles, ....,. ..- ,,........ .Holce, Swartz K' Pole Vault. .,...,,... ....,...... V an Ormer, Lutz Javelini, .......... ..........,..........,, - ,......... , Swartz, Herzliclm 14 Shot-Pizt. .,..... .,... J ..,, C ramer, Hardy, Swartz, Herzlich 5 Discus. .... I ...,..,......., Cramer, Swartz, Herzlich 17, wk 145 EBM-- Lxix- y--- '. T'1- S, 4.5. - , A , H '- -f-fv.-fwga -'Wifi' if 'fb SAIj"v'1'f"L.l4f.i '1'i'lA-'M 5iI"4t'17 l'v-l I " ' " ' U! lp! I X' ll vLf.a'.x. V.: - ' - -1'.nu:'.1.l ,-i:l- '-'fx' 1-l 1., April May TENNIS TEAM-SEASON OF 1930 ORGANIZATION Coach ........ ,..,...........,,,.,............... - ............,,... J or-IN G. GLENN Captain ..,.. .......,.....,..., H ENRY L. Hoon Manager..g,., .....,..,...........,................ FREDERICK V. ARMENTO CHRONICLE 10-johns Hopkins ..,... ...,.,.,..A 4 --Gettysburg At Baltimore -F. and M. ,......A............. ........., 5 -Gettysburg At Gettysburg -Western Maryland ..... ,......... 4-Gettysburg A Gettysburg 15-Dickinson ..,.,..,.,. , .,.,.. . ,,,.,... 5-Gettysburg At Carlisle -Ursinus ................... ........... 1 -Gettysburg At Gettysburg -Bucknell ...... -Dickinson ,.,..., Z-Muhlenberg ....... 3-Moravian ....,.. -F. and M. r.,.........,,. - ......... -5 -Johns Hopkins ...... 12-Western Maryland ........ .......... 16-Bucknell ........... - ....... .- ...... -Penn State ............. .......... .L ...,,., 3 ffflz -Gettysburg -Gettysburg .2-Gettysbu rg -Gettysburg -Gettysburg ,,,,,,,,-,1-Gettysburg.-....-- 3-Gettysburg ...,.,,-, ,.,,4,,,, 2-Gettysburg ,........ ,-,,,,.,, 8-Gettysburg ......... ,.,,,,,,- 20-Haverford ........... ......,... 21-Pennsylvania ....... ...,....., 22-Swarthmore ....... H-- .......... 9-Gettysburg 24-Univ. of Delaware -. .....,. -Rain. -sf 146 ,1-Gettysburg, .....,., .-.,,,,,, 6 5-Gettysburg ...,,-, L ,,,,,,,,, 2 At Gettysburg At Gettysburg At Allentown At Bethlehem At Lancaster At Gettysburg At Westminster At Lewisburg At State College At Gettysburg At Philadelphia At Swarthmore , .', 1 1 F Q- ll' -----f-- ,-- .-.. V.. xv- .s ,,, 11 9 RIFLE TEAM ORGANIZATION President ...,...... ......,.. . ,............................................... ....... . E . E. KORTE Secretary-Treasurerz.- ....,... - .,... D. E. SMALL Captain ........ ..........,. - ..... D . E. SMALL Manager .........,.,.......... ........... . L. C. AMPS Coach ..........,.... -- ....... JAMES MASHBURN CHRONICLE-1930-31 Date Opponent O. Score G. Score Dec. 6 George Washington University.. 1341 1291 College of City of New Yorlc. ,........ ........,,.,.,.,. 1 735 1753 Staunton Military Academy ......,.. - ..,........ 1739 1753 -Ian. 10 University of Iowa ,.......,.......,. 1880 1716 Jan. 17 University of Dayton ........... 1870 1714 University of Wyoming .... ..... 1 785 1714 University of Pennsylvania. ...,.. ....,.,, 1 249 Feb. 7 University of Cincinnati ,..... . 1823 1790 Stuyvesant Rifle Club ,... - ............. 1286 1345 Feb. 21 Lehigh University ......,....,............ 1785 1824 Connecticut Agricultural College 1846 1824 University of Maryland ,..,.., .,., .,..... ...... 1 368 1365 University of South Dakota ..,,.... ..,... 1 843 1824 Western Maryland Collegem-.- 1748 1824 Feb. 28 Presbyterian College ,,r.,,,,,..,,,,,. 3569 3619 North Carolina State College ....,,, ,,,-,4,,,., ....., 3 7 25 3619 University of Iowa -.,,,,,,.,,. W ,,,,,, I ..,,,,., L .,,.. 3741 3619 Oklahoma A. and M. College ,,,,.,...,., ...... 3 671 3619 Lafayette College ,.,,.,.,,,,,,.,.,,-, - ,,-,,,-..,,.,,, ,,,,,. 3 627 3619 Oregon State College .,-,,-,---, ,-,,,,,,,,,...,,,..... ..,,.. 3 6 92 3619 Johns Hopkins QSI-ioulder-to-Sl-ioulclerj -,,,,,, ...... 1 266 1288 New Yotlc Stoclc Exchange ,,,, , ,,,,,,,,,,,,,...., - ...,. 1369 1369 March 7 University of Pittsburgh ,.,,,,,-,,, ...,.... 1 348 University of Washington, --,--.,,,,,,,-,.,..,,.., ........ 1 348 ...-:gf 147 Ee.- - t -. , .e 1 'f rg.-V-fr? , ,L .iN1.1'l"7ia 1 ni -- -.13 -'.. F I. 'lf ti5l.1lI:"5 1,1 ,,.....Y-.P .1 -e..t,4- V'-ealduni IN THEIR SECOND YEAR WRESTLING SOCCER SWIMMING 4'-f-iii 148 234-54- 11 1, -'LHVF 121 ni K H JA -nag.-44.4 ,..-.-H-a. 4, -F- FROSH FOOTBALL REVIEW UNDER the tutelage of Captain McReynolds the Freshman gridders finished their schedule of three games with an undefeated season for the first time in several years. A large squad of candidates, comprised of players varying in size and style of play, alforded the new coach excellent material upon which to work, and his success is attested in a fine record compiled. Gettysburg Academy, the traditional opener, fell before a varied attack by an 18-to-0 score with Kitzmiller, Dracha, and Olkewicz crossing the last line for scores. The second opponent was Beckley College, and the business students from Harrisburg finished on the short end of a 19-to-6 score. The lone Beckley rally was the result of a blocked punt which was recovered behind the Bullet goal line. Howard scored a touchdown for Gettysburg in the same manner, while a well-plannecl aerial attack combined with eH:ective line bucks resulted in two more scores by Dracha and Olkewicz. Playing against a much heavier team the Frosh almost dropped the game with the Dick- inson yearlings, but were out in front 12 to 9 when the game ended. The game developed into an individual scoring battle between the rival quarterbacks with Hake" Dracha winning out with two remarkable runs, averaging 70 yards for touchdowns in the second half. As usual, the Frosh saw much service in practice sessions with the varsity eleven, and with a year,s experience these men should prove of no little value to Coach Bream next year. 1 l -..sgf 149 f-we,.s1.-,V ,1 U 's FRESHMAN BASKETBALL January 14--Gettysburg 17 CI-IRGNICLE 31-Franklin and Marshall. ................ .25 -Gettysburg ............, 19-York Collegiate Institute. ...,.......,. 22 February 7-Gettysburg ,,.,..., -. 9-Gettysburg 12 14-Gettysburg ...... - .... . 16-Gettyshu rg 21-Gettysburg 27-Gettysbu rg ,.,.. .,..... March 4-Gettysburg Bream, J.-guard Ollcewicz, J.-guard -Gettysburg 39-Mt. St. Mary's. .............. - ............... 15 20-Mt. St. Mary's. ,.......,.,.,...., - ..... ..l7 43-Gettysburg Academy ....... ........, 1 9 30-Dickinson ........,......... .. ..... ......... .31 Z8-Franklin and Marshall ,.................. 25 47-York Collegiate Institute ..,,....,.,., 28 40 -Gettysburg Academy ......... ..... .16 30-Dickinson ....................... .....,... . 27 TEAM Kitzmiller, I.-forward Dracha, W.-forward fcaptj Houghton, R.-guard Maust, D.-center Howard, J.-center, forward Freshman Basketball Review COACH "I-IEN" BREAM and his "Little Bulletsv enjoyed a most successful season this year. A survey of the season shows a record of eight victories out of ten games played. From the very start of the season the Freshmen developed a wonderful offense and a fine defense. The quintet possessed splendid teamwork with no outstanding players. This unusual team almost assures a successful varsity season next year. -..sgf 150 Ea..- 1 U 'L-.,.--,, ,V .-"' ff. L' ' in, 5'xi 'l - Q 'uifllfllll dw 3 ...-.-.A.,,, i, i ,,..-.-.-ip.-4.-r ..,.. J' Q. 1-h4'j1in.a-.- - - 0' ennspllmnizi Ciullfge glflunthlg. vox. I. uE1"i'Ysi-muse, Fsnsuhiw. um. Ng.1. PENNSYLVANIA COLLEG E MONTHLY-ITS ORIG IN' AND OBJ ECT. At odd times during the past history of Pennsylvania Col- lege, there appeared, under the auspices of the Linnaean Association, a small magazine called "The Linnaerm Record and Journal." The older Alumni doubtless remember the interest taken in it and the value it was to them and the in- stitution. The last number was issued about the beginning of the late war. Since then the question of reviving it has been agitated from time to time, culminating at last in the purpose to issue a new journal under the name of PENNSYL- VANIA COLLEGE MONTHLY. We enter upon the work with confidence, for we believe success awaits us. The Professors and Students here on the ground are taking an active interest in the enterprise, and the response to the circular letter, sent out in December to our Alumni and friends, has been prompt and generous, justifying us, we believe, in the expectation of many additional subscribers in the future. We come to nur readers with cheerful greetings, trusting that nur monthly visits will always merit a welcome. We pledge ourselves to faithful effort in making our MONTHLY wbata college journal ought to be, and request in return the encouragement and generous support which such an effort should receive. What purposes have we in this new publication? We have not entered upon it without an object. Our Alma Ma- ll? lU IIB3 llL lll KC Pix ill' Ill QCD Nl S ' RED" KORTE 'JIM" BRISTOL Eclitor-in-Clrief Business Manager THE 1932 SPECTRUM Editor-in-Chief .,.....,. Associate Editors ........, Photographic Editor .,.... Activities Editors ....... Organizations Editors EDITORS E. BRISTOL .........CONRAD G. A. PETERS, MELCI-IIOR SI-IEADS SAMUEL R. PI-IILSON ....-..DONALD B. STRAWBRIDGE, W. LEWIS JACOBS .-..,.-,-....PAUL A. SWANK, JAMES W. LIVINGOOD Class Editors, ........ ...... . .M ..... --..WILLIAIvI M. HORN, JOHN R. HILL Feature Editor. ........ ........................... C . LUTHER I-IINKEL Girls Editor ......... ..... , . ........................... HELEN G. BERGSTRESSER MANAGERS Business Manager ...... E ......... ,........ - ...... . EDWERTH E. KORTE Cirgulation Manager ,,,,. .....,.., , FREDERICK V. BOUGI-ITER Advertising Manager .............. . ......... ..... - .......... . L. PRESCOTT KAPP Assistant Business ..,....,.,.,. . ............ E ........................... WALTER G. CLATANOFF Assistant Circulation Assistant A cz' vertisin g ..-.--........--.JOHN C. HOLLINGER, ELWOOD G. JOHNSON LISLE E. MCCARL, SPENCE MARKS, R. L. HERMAN -wtf 152 513+-M : li s A .-,Fav ' ' ' 71 1 N " A -- ' - . Zijj Y f 1 , ,x c ,. pw ' . , Ajfiif , . .Zu I f , .. ',,, , , A, unwfszqacsrasssm if . 1 E " -. V cms zonon. Q' - A V Y V EV CHOIR. snsnns CONRAD PETERS! ASSOCIATE :anon Assocmre EDITOR STRAWBRPDGE HORN 1 ACTIVITIES CLASSES . 1 W 5 , 1' "ppm A. I u we 5 i Y 1 A I 5 ! 1 v N 1 L E A SWANK 'X B5-nilu " 9 OR-GANDZATIONS X 1 f ' ,Q fs' 5 19' - ' 'L Q Q . 'ZR Fl X 4 f JOHNSON, CIRCULATIQN ' ' -..ggi 153 , "'i7f"-'Ph--.,- ,-f'?'l. W f I - ' IH" , ,ii.1kv'Ir1 v .. . ..x1i'if,"' 4 4-.--.' .. - ,QA 4- , . . , A I "DON" HEIGES Q'DAvE" GOOD "L Editor-in-Chief Business Manager 5 Q 1 . THE GETTYSBURGIAN ! ' EDITORIAL STAFF , Editor-in-Clvief ....... .........,.,..... D ONALD R. HEIGES 5 Managing Editor. ,...,,. ........ G . KENNETH NEWBOULD l Literary Editor .,...... ....., JAMES E. BRISTOL factingJ News Editor .,..... . ...,......,........ MERLE W. BOYER Sports Editor ,.......,.....,...,,...,.,.,.........,,.........,.........,.,,..,,.,..,,,II ROBERT BARKLEY Associate Editors: Thomas B. Kline, George W. Aumiller, C. Harold Johnson, Louis Wolf, Richard B. Martin, George N. Lucas, Luther H. Snyder, Edward W. Stare. Assistant Editors: Spence Marks, Samuel R. Philson, Elwood G. Johnson, Donald B. Straw- hridge, Melrose B. Paden, Lawrence P. Kapp, Gordon W. Whitcraft, Viggo Swensen, Robert G. Seaks, Simon Lutz, Clyde C. Gurley. Reporters: Charles Steclc, Richard H. Heindel, William C. Lucas, Carl M. Hamsher, Rich- 4 E ard H. Wagner, Francis B. Myers, John W. Banlcert, Paul H. Gleichman, Reinhart I B. Orrleib. l BUSINESS STAFF its Business Manager. ..,,., .....,.....,..... D AVID E. GOOD ,J Advertising Manager ..... .......... W . HAROLD GULICK ' Circulation Manager ....,..,,..,,,,,,,,,. .........,.......................... E ARL S. FLEMING Associate Managers: John R. Hill, Walter G. Clatanoff, James W. Livingood, Howard O. Walker. N -..agt 154 Ea..- 'WI' .V-. Y ,, . I . :' . I .il I,-I.',- ' ..I., ':,'J. I, ' -A - . ..a-...4f- 1 "I 1 ,...,.. . .. . 4' Rf! A ' W - Q,'.,: -:L255 " M + W 15 K ' si h , K V g . I I v Z V , 'QQ ' 4 L Q X 4 . I it f .NE-WBOUI-D BOYEP-' , ammev amsml. Qs! Q :lf V ' .f ,ff -, , ,,' ,,"' , if H -xi" flgg. -of A -s 1 , - A - ' ir I v' Q-255 f , V -V J '13, 1 .Ea ,V W L- ,,, V ' A I b ' W 'A ' 'Q KLINE' 4 MARTIN 'J5NYDER, AUMILLER, LUCAS 4' . f , 1 1 I ,4 1' V aw 4 'VI ' fy J E is ' A lg 'f , ga 4 .. ' in V , STRAWBRIDCE PHI LSON SWEN SEN M A RK 5 WHITCRAFT il? 4 ' 1 + Y -,1 ' wg A 7' iii H . , '413 , "1 K L, 'A li - ' ' 7: Y ' ' I . Y G - A.. , ' f-.25 A N ' ' x J ' M, . f P1 1 3 ' - P ' . .1 'ffuheti' Xl 93 A w ,rs H . h A KAP? PADEN uonwson Lurz, OURLEY V - I P 'F GIETTYSBURGHAN CLATANOFF W , I ff f J I y 1 5 I I H - 1 QL -wif 155 Q34-M rl, li' -V-A Fifi? 5- .t,T,N'K:'. J?-.17 , mv :JT .,,. .x4- f.,,,,,,,,,w:3'TPLl,,--:':Tfl- I , . .Nv,,-v xg, -If -l.Y5I"!,IL IRI 5 " SI!! i'I",1kl'A1"1 ' "I ':",L5l.l1llA1"5" ',' U tiiyif '? ' -Pff --+-'- '-'-14--.u..u.:. An- fi- ' 1... .. -l. 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"QI ,tr gWq.u315f,.-' ' "" 7 -M2 2-"--0'-J-vs., .- , Q I .fi,,,,, 149, - ' , , f. A' " k2ifwa1" fi"W'.!5wzyW'if1"1QfGffav-yif, s We if I X. , ,fy ,kv H- , -.N -. ,2.4'.f,. ,, HW wc-.4 1 - . U 13 U I HD IIE IIB? A 'IVF Ill N CGE ,Q U-,W 1 ,JI I , 5 ' . J ". NA 2,91 XG, ' . if-Q i-' w-.2255 fx mr n 1 '-':z,K!T' VM ' " 'N ff ,rn As VARSITY DEBATING TEAM VIGGO SWENSEN LAURI ANDERSON KARL L. M-UMFORD JAMES E. BRISTOL THOMAS B. KLINE SAMUEL R. PHILSON RICHARD H. HEINDEL MILLARD H. STILES WALTER DURDING ' During the season the questions which were debated were "Unemployment Insurance' and "Free Trade." SCHEDULE Nevember 17-Glasgow University .....,................. Function of a University February 23-William and Mary. ......................... Unemployment Insurance February 24-University of Cincinnati, -.............. Unemployment Insurance February 25-Franklin and Marshall. ...,............... Unemployment Insurance March 12-Dickinson .....,,..,..,..... - ......................... Unemployment Insurance THE EASTERN trip taken in February included debates with Franklin and Marshall, Temple, New York University, Rutgers, and Lehigh. On March 2, two members of the team debated before the Harrisburg Rotary Club. The Southern trip, which was taken March 17-21, included engagements with Washing- ton and Lee, University of Richmond, William and Mary, and George Washington Univer- sity. Following this, our debaters entertained Oglethorpe, St. Jose-:ph's, and Franklin and Marshall at home. -..sgf 153 tg..- l Q I J' H ' L 9 NVIII KU S H KC w COLLEGE GLEE CLUB ORGANIZATION Director ................... .........,.V..........................7......,......, E . E. SCHROEDER Graduate Manager ,... .......,, D R. ROBERT FORTENBAUGIRI Student Leader ...... ,.,...,........,.......,. , LEWIS C. AMPS .Student Manager ,. .,..,,.....,.............,,... ,,..... R . FRANK BAMBERGER PERSONNEL Ist Tenors 2nd Tenors Ist Basses 2nd Bassey C. L. Amps R. F. Bamberger C. F. Hall H. M. Burkholder R. C. Everhart C. A. Bentz R. D. Hershey M. Gossler J. C. Hollinger M. H. Bowser W. M. Horn Heller C. D. Leatherman H. M. Craig H. C. Johnson E. Kadel W. L. Sweeney C. L. Hinlcle S. H. Moyer H. E. Reigle W. W. Taylor R. L. Herman M. B. Paden M. Robb J. W. Whetstone D. E. Small L. Wolf T. D. Shryer P. A. Swank G. L. Nicholas P. E. Hamsher G. Benzen A. C. Herrick H. A. Hespenheicle Accompanzst ......... ......... . E. S. ERNST af 160 ,f- f" .l 1 a A .1,.- -. .F--a-M . COLLEGE BAND ORGANIZATION - Conductor. ........ .. ..A...O..........O......OO.O.O.................O,..,. B. I-I. SALTZER Manager A.............. ...,...,. D R. ROBERT FQRTENBAUGH Student Leader. .,...,,,,,..,,,..,,,,.,,,,.,,,,.,,..,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,-,,,,,, L, C, AMPS Student Manager ..,,, .,,.,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,-,,-,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,, J , R, WERT PERSONNEL Clarincts J. R. Wert J. W. Beamesclcrfer D. E. Small R. E. Carl E. S. Fleming W. E. Patterson P. H. Gleichman F. W. Beachley P. A. Swank W. L. Jacobs L. P. Kapp W. H. Armenro K. R. Deitrich M. B. Paclen C.. L. Amps W. M. Lask H. A. Hauver Saxoplvones A. B. Plank, Jr. S. L. Bierly Trombone: G. H. Berkheimer Baritones C. F. Hall Altos J. C. Foster A. R. Bawn Drums J. Lambie Basses C. E. Painter Trumpets C. A. Bentz S. H. Moyer L. B. Lenker H. G. Steckroth -..egg 161 Jge.- M. R. Hagerty E. T. Beachley P. R. Callahan R. H. Heinclel R. C. Herschner E. F. Kochenour S. L. Kast J. W. Gouker C. E. Schildknecht W. P. Shelley Conductor .,,,,,..,.. Manager ,.... ....,,....,. Student Leader .... Student Manager .,.., C. G. Gurley C. F. Breisacher R. S. Seely P. H. Gleichman P. A. Swank C. E. Schildknecht COLLEGE ORCHESTRA ORGANIZATION I-I. SALTZER DR. ROBERT FORTENBAUGH S. SELLY E. SCHILDKNECHT PERSONNEL Violins A. K. Buchanan W. C. Lawther I-I. N. Derickson Clarinets J. W. Beamesderfer R. E. Carl Saxophone: A. B. Plank, Jr. Piano Earle S. Ernst Trombone: C. L. Nau French Horn E. F. Kochenour Trumpets H. G. Steckroth -..ii 162 ga..- D. B. Srrawbridge HID IR? A IW Rx TIF H KC S OWL AND NIGHTIN GALE President .,.......,..,..g. ORGANIZATION LUTHER H. SNYDER Vice-President ......., .,..,.,,,. M ARGARET E. SMITH Secretary-Treasurer ROBERT L. I-IERMAN Businesy Manager. ,... .......,,.. D AVID E. Goon Stage Manager ,...T ....... I . Louis WOLF Director ............,......... L... L .,...... D R. R. A. ARMS Assistant Director .... ....,,,,,..,...................... ....,........... H E RBERT B. MAHL The following persons have played leading roles in Owl and Nightingale Club proclu tions during the current season: Warren C. Johnson, Gordon D. Whitcraft, Helen G. Bergstresser, Mildred F. Dimmerling, William H. Zech, Margaret E. Smith, Richard H. Heinclel, Luther H. Snyder, Robert L. Nissley, Dorothy V. Harris. -..sg 164 1434..- i T I X ,Jr Vx o N N S ll J fa . V Dvd 2' N! A.. A . -Z XX H -flxxvv ff x I x X ff I "' ' . fl! J I lk xv L' x N Vi rx f x X Q . X , IK 1 c L '- v 'fy 1. Q'-,.f.., A . f A 14 . .- Zvfkizfiiibl, 1L"' ,V '1': HA NK- ' Q X er W W o 'Tiff "" 'NWiRRSW r "ff 'X we 124-c xi - ' M 7, ,' K IH xk fl, X I! H4 IE!!! i w W f Q-if YSW97 BUCK IV Groups: Social and Scholastic "Tonigf1t We gathered 'round tfze hearth before 4 blazing fre to roast 4 chicken, and share a pie jack? motfzer had sent him . . fl T1-IE SOPHOMORE BAND, AS PICTURED BY SUEQSERVIENT YEARLINGS -..egg EGU.- 1. i ,rf HF IR A 'IIF l!E IR? N Ill 'Ill' Ill HE S Phi Kappa Psi 10,7 ..,- I slr, INTERFRATERNITY COUNCIL President .,..........,...........................,.......................,..........,..... Joi-iN R. I-IENKEL Secretary. ........., ....,,.........,.....,,........,...,.....,,.,.......,.,.... D Avm E. Goon FRATERNITY ROLL Phi Gamma Delta Sigma Chi V W. E. Styer L. L. Leitzel F. M. Weaver G. L. Nichols Phi Delta Theta D. E. Good D. W. Long Theta Kappa Nu R. W. Lucas J. D. Krout J, R. Hill Alpha Tau Omega R. M. Chamberlin W. G. ClatanoH: Phi Sigma Kappa T. B. Kline D. B. Strawbridge L. Anderson Sigma Alpha Epsilon J. R. I-ienlcle W. E. Santaniello Tau Kappa Epsilon F. F. Smith C. F. Breisacher Kappa Delta Rho C. W. Coble C. A. Maberry THE Interfraternity Council, composed of two representatives from each of the national fraternities on the campus, is the promoter of friendly interfraternal relations. It spon- sors intra-athletics, regulates fraternity rushing, and acts as the judicial body which controls the relationship between che ten national fraternities. In an effort to forward the social cooperation of the fraternities on the campus, the Inter- fraternity Council has this year replaced the migratory Dance, abolished by the Dean, by an Interfraternity Ball. This function, with the Pan-Hellenic Dance in the spring, completes the social aspect of the work of the Interfraternity Council. -..ggi Eva., .,.', ,-'ff . 5112 g ' 4. 3 ' f- .- TI- ina- ww- r 1 FRATERNITY ROLL PHI KAPPA PSI .....,,,. 7A7,, PHI GAMMA DELTA ..... SIGMA CHI ,..,......,..,....... PHI DELTA THETA ......,. ALPHA TAU OMEGA ..... ,..,... SIGMA ALPHA EPSILON. .......... THETA KAPPA NU .A..,.. , PHI SIGMA KAPPA TAU KAPPA EPSILON ,..,. KAPPA DELTA RHO .L..,..... -if 169 13+ Established Established Established Established Established Established Established Established Established Established 1855 1858 1863 1875 1882 1883 1924 1925 1926 1928 C. G. Myers E. S. Bankerr W. L. Jacobs J. C. Hollinger G. Azar, Jr. R. H. Gilforcl J. Z. Bowers W. D. Cowell W. A. Calvert A. R. Hall R. F. Jacobs 'S "Y"4"?' . I , 4. P- ' ' fa ' , .,.. ,, ,, I '- '. '417Q53Lj" "' ' ' ' ' f " - -gifs: A ,Q .Q 1 llll ' . . , 1 . wie. . 'xv Vs '1 f' -. - . E .r W ' - --'- -A 2 "evil-rr'-E?lfl'RA:2+ 1 W4 'w . 'z ,.. ',:1,Q9.v-mx. e-,552 '-" 4 Qffcv' " 'Spy' o . PHI KAPPA PSI Founded at Jefferson College, 1852 ACTIVE CHAPTERS, '50 PENNSYLVANIA EPSILON CHAPTER FRATER IN FACULTATE G. D. Srahley FRATER IN PRAEPARATIONIS FACULTATE A C. R. Wolfe FRATRES IN URBE W. A. McClean C. G. Crist S. F. Lehman FRATER IN SEMINARIO R. D. Clare FRATRES IN COLLEGIO Seniors Iuniors L. G. Nicholas R. D. Taylor Sophomore: E. S. Ernst P. Gnau E. F. Harner C. S. Horning Freshmen J. G. Green H. Weary T. P. Hanson -wif 170 J? 5,1 ..,, F. M. Weaver W. M. Horn P. A. Swank R. Smith, Jr. J. M. Robb R. F. Sheely A. M. Shoem A. C. Herrick C. A. Sherard S. G. Wirmer , ....- 1. , ke '.-.i-5. -nf' .. . BICCL' . rl- -P u l 5 1' --.I-la. .wifi-, l'r1f 'if . - ,a'4'-' 7 -- . 4 .---:.2.-.,g.,,i -.. .fiiaif-we 5. I .., . 'ef -' ' rx sl ,' 1' ,, ,, ,, If NL, f 14- + 5 2 i f J L X X Q ,ff .' .'.","'T'.:',gl:lJs' H "P' Qx .-ji! NXXLQ. S 'I W x l 5 --Q24 171 ,ff A E - 4 ,. dr' fI.'w5f..fL211 rf .- . L.!sfrui,' , ,- --, .. .V .- ' ,,,9,n-A.. A Inf'-r L - '-f 1 .,,-u-vw--W-,-....4,,.,.AA 1. ' r..,-,....,ag...,.. , .A Q t. V Z xi H, :1 .317-' ,..,i..:f. ,, . , 1 QT ,g- ay-Hfw 5 gfa fzzzsi. A i t T 1 2 ' 1. ' fkfi-315215. .Mff fz ' f , x "ff-w Q' ,:... m.-mi..y . ji 1 I I ' If' li .fan .1 Q, 1 'Q' , ibm :T-fy! gl Q..-,--un 4':f2gggg f-,fel-:,.,.,s,,, 3. , wgiliriza mi- : . 1 ,K-:IH 1: -fmt.. ., 1-,---. .mg xv f - ' - P'l5'i'iE? ?ilHkl::'2:ii..-lg'-" "5 :H .":'I".lE f'i5z J' f.'E fr'-I:fa5."f"'.v - js 2- E ..., , PHI GAMMA DELTA Founded at jefferson College ACTIVE CHAPTERS, 73 X1 CHAPTER FRATER IN SEMINARIO FACULTATE . H. C. Alleman FRATRES IN FACULTATE T. L. Cline H. T. Bream FRATRES IN PRAEPARATIONIS FACULTATE C. H. Huber R. R. Bergstresser P. P. Ulrich FRATRES IN SEMINARIO F. H. Clutz ' R. R. Bergstresser FRATRES IN URBE D. M. Moser D. Swope M. H. Valentine H. M. Roth E. S. Crouse M. K. Eckert C. H. Smith W. F. Anglemoyer W. E. Styer A. G. Loveland G. C. Frantz J. R. Hill T. W. Metzger I. B. Sinclair C. H. Steclc R. H. Dillinger M. I-I. Davey R. D. Nix H. H. Stauffer J. M. Fisher A. A. Partner FRATRES IN COLLEGIO Seniors J. W. Evans Juniors E. E. Korte C. H. Bear W. G. Stauffer Sophomore: H. E. Stroclc J. H. Crouse Freshmen H. H. Hartman W. T. Stauffer K. W. Berstresser F. W. Thorne Ee..- H. L. Bender J. W. I-Iall L. K. Thompson W. E. Bitner K. H. Dearclorff E. G. Johnson V. I. Neef R. H. Wagner R. T. Wiley W. H. Stroud R. H. Morril A. D. Bell GQ If . - F N 0"Wi54Z:N ffm -- 7 -,wif I , P. M. Bilcle G. M. Walters C. F. Stalule D. P. McPherson J. D. Kieth J. A. Dlclcson J. D. Bert L. Anderson R. A. Evans J. C. Heaton J. W. Cowan R. Cornfleld R. B. Frey P. R. Callilian C. R. Bortner Y SIGMA CHI Founded at Miami University, 1855 ACTIVE CHAPTERS, 91 THETA CHAPTER FRATRES IN FACULTATE4 C. A. Bilcle FRATER IN SEMINARIO C. L. Lack FRATRES IN URBE P. R. Bilcle Butt J. M. Dickson W. G. Weaver R. F. Bell W. L. Hafer G. K. Brearn R. G. Mumma FRATRES IN COLLEGIO Seniors J. B. Dickson R. H. Klinger juniors E. R. Beard L. W. Sclxlicter .sophomores G. H. Merlcer A. M. Jones Freshmen J. M. Gossler A. B. Plank, Jr. C. L. Shellhammer L74 H. C. Bilcle H. M. Hersh W. C. Sheely K. P. Berger A. R. Buehler M. C. Plank L. L. Leirzel J. C. Britcher L. A. Lenlcer R. E. Wise V. R. Harper, Jr. R. H. Frecon R. C. Goyne D. X. McCracken 'Y ,...-. .A , ,Y " + , - fa , -4 f,... l ' I ' ' .h r w I 1- , 2 JXP- 'vf--11 Y' " -. Pj 1.. fe-f W. - 'S , H -- J-74.1 if - -.Z:'r,-hav '- " "" .' A ' . , - Q--A N " --:-u..- QTL"-225-75-,A -A-5' '52-X ,.!1..LQ3fEX g-Js . -- . , 157' 3.vl,,2,5-ggi'-fQ."1v -- VL. , ,329-,,' 4 rv 1 'IA' - ,vii - A 4 E, ' - 'GQ 'H..,,, ,,w.Q,,.4 - '-uv. 1gm.4r.:f-ng ,gf . ---- ,Lm,-:ht. - V . .f-. Q 13 N ' R ' T x inf: GX M N K QXXN X . 6 fx I x A -mm XIII T256 XCIIIZGEZS 5 Xgxmiu 7 175 Eg..- . A I ,..x ' , 4 I. , 'x Q I sn V I I ' ' 'MJ , .1.- ' -f.-. - ,- R. H. Neilcerk F. S. Farber H. M. Bowers J. E. Hower I. F. Zeigler Q A. Hardy J. W. Livingood L. E. Devon H. A. McCarty W. E. Lloyd W. R. Fahs W. H. Miller R. C. Jacobs O. M. Messec y , J I ,H ga Q 'fi -- QCN' ' X 'B' ' .... , ff-'Wine .:'f -1--' - dw-N. -..-. ' " Y - ' 1. ,A 5 Eff f. ft. ffwf .X we fi ,X axalierfw Q 4 if . Q Sgkffsvsflffm fgv wf we , rf 2 X 1 :Q 4 X sk Nr ' ll 5' QA QE P' ' ivrxfg' 39. 3 x .0 E 2 . . ,. . .,.:,-.2 A V... .Z . , A 93, e . PHI DELTA THETA Founded at Miarvti University, 1848 ACTIVE CHAPTERS, 101 PENNSYLVANIA BETA CHAPTER FRATER IN FACULTATE Captain W. R. McReynolds FRATER IN PRAEPARATIONIS FACULTATE E. E. Ziegler FRATRES IN SEMINARIO H. B. Hall FRATRES IN URBE F. B. Hachlin E. Musselman D. Fornez FRATRES IN COLLEGIO Seniors J. C. Ernest W. Stark D. E, Good D. M. Stoner VV. H. Gulich S. Messec juniors D. W. Long H. Kleinfelter L. F. Wagner L. P. Kapp Sopfvomores C. L. Eby W. Stoner K. H. McMillen Freshmen J. Howard A. K. Jean J. Myers J. N. B. Livingood ---Q24 176 D. D. McCullogl'1 R. T. Wrye J. YV. Whetstone H. B. Fulmer . .1- ? L x v I I 1 f' . P F 5 1 iz A l E xi 4 li. 'SJ 4. x, , u 5 w i I w 1 W 1193 A, 'LJ L 1- w,,,J.,f ., ,.. 1 zg . X .., ,. I' 7 ,F i. ,, we J qmpilpm- - rf x --,, .. B94 -V ' I "I0m H697 -JC" f :Amin xx 1 J N .4 X14 XE all ZS f 7 4 x . . iv -1 ":,,, l .... X x. u. 5 141991 I 015' Xa , --b-if 177 fiv- Jhwlw !r,,l5'N' ,Qm,I'l,k' 4 al gffa giik. - . l- 1 3.51. a W m L -5 Xu ,,,,. -1.,.,Q,-,..A.,4 ...,4,,, pf 554' ' m":'f3'2- . WGS: -W "" i "-"cash:-T-.1--.., .., ,v ,, .. ,. mn... -A 1 . . V PM-.5-4......,,,.: ' A-'-. ilzzsgl 3. . 355 . .SEQ s ,3T 'Q ' ' ' ., " - H ,, '-41M'- -'-- ' ' ' W.. ...mv ff., ,A - A, 1 if-:A-x.m..'zf..-.V-af.-or-,wa-X-:L1'-.--. ALPHA TAU CMEGA Founded at Virginia Military Institute, 1865 ACTIVE CHAPTERS, 93 - PENNSYLVANIA ALPHA UPSILON CHAPTER FRATRES IN FACULTATE R. B. Fortenbaugh B. Zinn W. Scott C. W. Baker E. Frese E. Kopp C. V. Reed C. L. Suplee I-I. P. Raffensperger R. M. Crouthamel L. B. Morris J. O. Hawkins D. L. Reaser D. A. Fiscel O. Achey FRATER IN SEMINARIC P. L. Reaser FRATRES IN URBE R. C. Topper C. H. Howard FRATRES IN COLLEGIO Seniors G. Dress C. O. Fries Juniors B. Post S. B. Gulick Sophomore: C. Sjoholm L. W. Ritter Frexfnmen I-I. R. Jones J. Tomchik -..ggi 178 figs..- G. Gardner R. E. Wible M. Tyson R. Chamberlin W. G. W. Clatanoff R. E. Toombs W. A. Smith C. E. Eden W. Gulden C. W. Royston W. H. Stauffer W. G. I-Iemminger 'I rm, f,,c 'Axe .. SE". .,..Q. u:,,:,'if5 57-'ff .W 'M 'N xnxx AWWWWA W .K X X J wfmfwwuw -.Q.,g,E 179 ?g4..,.- 5. ,,,,,:w-V .1 wgfumfv www -5 ,:ff.f,,' ' 1 'ff1mNfm1y?w M,, ,AMM,M ' H,m QV 'M 44?.Z : X MJ, Q .,,. iw L, A 6 Z??2f pf 2 -- 'W- J- - - - . ,. ay 'f"""F"j'.1, . f -, I - . p ,-4, . ,-. , V I If I ' 44 WI-I 4 4 , 1 J. -a..--,.- Y V Y -. C. G. Reen H. F. Harbauglu E. Pecluzzi J. R. Henkel M. G. McCloy D. L. I-Iouser G. E. Lamb H. M. Craig R. A. Brown E. L. Baum I. Tender R. M. Smith G. Pitzer I. G. Kitzmiller S. P. Ellenlaerg am 1 f 4 E .J 3 i 3 ,wiaggsk W-A ,gs ay gww-vi c I Y ' gf.. f'YV?Il " ' .. 1 " '5,I. '."" Q:Q: I 'MS " A f 'A ' ' 'Q - -acre:-A SB' .5 2. . Q g A gi., E : E- 2 A . 1-4g,5.ff'z,1 ' , ' , 1'-...ag . mr- . A -av .- - , mm... ..,a--1-' g ag 3. .,f.-- I ' A- w .4 '. ng - :fi -. . aaa .M-p-...y .:-ff- -..-f...a.-, -W 'P gr-A I 2,S't'..,?'?S5 .fm rf:- . Akfaif 'I " " , mw f-V' mf. Founded at University of Alabama, 1856 ACTIVE CHAPTERS, 103 PENNSYLVANIA DELTA CHAPTER FRATRES IN FACULTATE J. W. Ostrorn FRATRES IN URBE C. L. Bream C. A. Baum FRATRES IN COLLEGIO Seniors T. H. Swartz A. S. Haas G. K. Newboulcl Juniors M. E. Santaniello Sophomore: C. T. Renshaw W. C. Reider Freshmen S. L. Birely F. C. Doran W. R. Miller G. H. Benzon, III -I. K. Selser W. P. Woodward J. Cllcewicz C. S. Sclaaller D. W. Hetrich H. Moody -..gi 180 fga..- 'K C. W. Beacluem H. M. Scharf G. A. Scharf W. E. Henley J. P. Manges E. B. Utz H. E. Reigle W. L. Weilcert G. D. Whitcraft G. M. Gardner H. B. Hallman J. E. Bream T. C. Babylon W. R. Andrews C. R. Deattericlc 57 Jgfaix A 'Q Rm Vg. Y M QP S A if NN"-f.4HL X A H' i W ' - N! :f1X'1' V Y 25:5-1 .'.-- 'g 3 X .,... J V M y 'wegf ??"" L' - fi L , 1 ififfl ffl I I , ' ', - k .ww 12.4. Eiga.-I-'L-isa.-....-. -K 'QW A Se' Jw -A -.-gg 2. -. ser. 4- A--- 4 .ef ,. 2. 1 . .- - ' . - I r . . - -f. f-view: is 1 ff fl? 'ff . . :ff'1" I -2:2221 N' 'f' , xr.. 5:-55111 -I 4' - 4 'fmwm ' . , g, ,.l,,Q ""' , C . , 'Q A , . UMI Q V.- .. .v e WN 'MW - ' K' :' ..f,..,'-- Founded at Drury College, 1924 ACTIVE CHAPTERS, 49 IQENNSYLVANIA ALPHA CHAPTER FRATER IN FACULTATE H. R. Greenholt FRATRES IN PRAEPARATIONIS FACULTATE A L. C. Saunclers E. W. Baker FRATRES IN SEMINARIO L. R. Tabor - H. H. Mahl H. W. Schroeder FRATRES IN COLLEGIO Seniors J. L. Wolf H. A. Moller C R. Jacobs H. M. Payne R. D. Hershey E. Reese F. A. Niles R. W. Sorensen juniors L. C. Straushaugh M. Sheacls J. A. Krout L. L. Bitler J. M. Zelch V Sophomores C. D. Leatherman F. R. Fisher E. Weatherhy R. E. Stoclcherger R. R. Johnson G. S. Walker R. Ortlieb Freshmen W. H. Dannhauser H. Rupp K. Seiling E. W. Mulligan S. C. Kast R. C. Wolf W. P. Shelley H. F. Reisz D. Maust -..ggi 182 3436..- ' 1 C F. S. Hoffman W. C. Johnson J. A. Gaughan F. W. Herman R. W. Lucas J. T. Keister R. L. Herman H. S. Smith R. L. Nissly H. W. Schroed A. Bawn H. F. Riss J. P. Spafford G. H. Coupe Bl' 1. V - L v -w,-or .- ' f 1 If L51 ji ML Lg xi! 5 rf J 1 . qw if ri, 9 H ffl gt X -..if 183 ge..- 5351 T -ff--H f- - - , H x,.vQ..-M, ,,.f-fr ' f- .. . . . . ,, . . , .. ' , , ' 5j'N"17!l'l't' 'f 'Vl'yf1'1.'f'L-71 r 1 Qin, J 4 + L.. . 1- A ' ' - 1 , . :. . 1 R +4 7vi,'J',4 'pg' wwf ,--H--U" " 4..-g - yr-.'...,..4.a--ggi-s...,.u,.,.. 3.1, . 9 f 1-4 ..,i,,.... s 'Fw 22 Wie W Aww-M-ew1fP'P"""-"-"-'-"wx I ,a.,..1e..1....,.. i....l-REM... 3 57 37. 1 -Q . .5 if? 'is-Q, .. .Vg ..37 R .Ef::. I ' '- w .' ,f . if f ' 3" F5 l d ifllllililllf .l ' .xiii I . 11: fa. . . . . Wg 1,4 Aw.. aw... Mfr.. .rg W H ...rsf-:safe ' 0 - I. . 1 Q revs siev e" ' PHI SIGMA KAPPA Founded at Massarbzcsetts Agricultural College, 1873 ACTIVE CHAPTERS, 51 RHo DEUTERON CHAPTER FRATRES IN FACULTATE Prof. C. P. Cessna Dr. Frank H. Kramer Dr. William Walremyer FRATRES IN PRAEPARATIONIS FACULTATE M. H. Cronlund W. B. Freed S. W. Herman, Jr. FRATRES IN SEMINARIO W. E. Fox S. W. Herman, Jr. C. S. M. Rudisill W. V. H. Davies W. B. Freed FRATRES IN URBE C. Ross Shurnan Byron R. Kadel FRATRES IN COLLEGIO Seniors' E. C. Beard G. N. Lucas E. W. Stare V. Swensen D. R. Heiges W. K. Ross M. H. Stiles R. Wert C. H. Johnson L. H. Snyder W. B. Stock W. I-I. Zech. T. B. Kline R. Barkley juniors E. L. Bachman E. Bristol S. R. Philson C. L. Hinlcel C. C. Gurley D. B. Strawbridge J. S. Briclcer L. E. McCarl W. H. Wood Soplvomoref R. C. Cronlund J. L. Gillespie C. M. Hamsher C. F. Hall R. W. Golnreclmt R. E. Everhart P. O. Hamsher R. H. Heindel W. C. Lucas Freshmen J. A. Gillespie M. R. Hagerty, J H. F. Frasch -wif 184 E. P. Turnbach P. H. Gleichman G. A. Kirsch O. L. Eshenauer C. G. Hain 4, ...Nh . s i ' -A lf! r nu . J- 1 i R: J g. I F I t, I ,. -V P' 1 5 I I 185 nl. mnv ' fw -' - " 'WM-N , . . . , . V f . .n r yn - I - ' 1 . 4-,A .,1 . 1-. 4-1 H., . Lil 7 x I I n 1 1 ' Q 4 ' I 3 P 5491 V . ---N V-1--'Q-U--M ' 4 ,Q ,....,-M +- A-1.4. . z ' -v- Q-'I T ' r Ji R. A. Arms G. Hill L. C. Amps E. S. Fleming P. Hand R. F. Bamlnerger B. H. Beahn S. C. Beuchler F. V. Boughter J. F. Bankert J. F. Dettrey, Jr. A. G. Hoyt P. D. Altlancl M. H. Bowser F. D. Chubb u ak- - LE'. TAU KAPPA EPSILON Founded at Iliinois Vlfesieyan University, 1899 ACTIVE CHAPTERS, 32 Psi CHAPTER FRATRES IN FACULTATE J. G. Glenn V B. H. Saltzer FRATRES IN SEMINARIO A. C. Lambert FRATRES IN URBE L. Fitzpatrick FRATRES IN COLLEGIO Seniorx F. B. Koontz C. F. Nau juniors C. F. Breisacher L. G. Colio T. S. Marks Sophom ores W. B. Oherlander R. K. Ulrich Freshmen H. N. Dericlcson E. F. Kochenour E. S. Crwig -..if 186 ggi..- A 13 .-L.- 'g,..J. F. F. Smith D. W. Stoner J. M. Wilson S. R. Moyer M. B. Paclen L. L. Panebalcer W. W. Bastian D. C. Stoner J. C. Parker C. H. Steclcroth J. P. Strode .f-T -itljfi ' ' i,u.--.11n- I I' ? W I ,1 's l I. ?. Nl! W I 4 J ' 5 Um -Mg I' 259 ' f'i1 'A P ll if K, ? Q7 'YP L f' Ii '1" V 'I 25 A' Q A 4 Q I' ' ,Q W ' V .L,. -.f V" ' y , , 'r M379 IJ- 1 .Mu -5- , Q: I 17' W ' Z. Q - 'i ..fb.37511'lW ' 51 1 E 1 1 IV -..gif 187 Fvj. f iiiiuix IN su H' - Vf -fu rw , , -Q -. A-I U-,, 'u-'1fxf' fr! t'SiJ,ml"-.. l L x 'MLIIs'I1- IL E ' "Aga" ' - 11,1 -f-.,-.--x-e-"I---1"-f-nh-Q-14- 1-4. '. -I P 1 , . ,,, 4 , ,,, . . . , f':iff1:': ." 'fffQ?' 1 'gi lqixgxyg 1 fig' 9 " If "' If W'4F4'lE--c'IEv- M. - ' 'rt Hi- 3- , , ,Q -- x QQ' 4P g ,sf ... x f, ' fl 1 3? 'T I' -1. ' ', - ZA E 5? ' . , H ff. Q Q35 fwiivzgrffff'.k:5g55wqgx'f1, xg 5? A' 1:1 49.11, -J' -VW + "M . wer! pr , 7-'.y2: 4' pe 'PW' .eg--ef 1 --V -Q, !3.' , 5' - QQ: L.: , 32 "" ,,.. ,. . - , - 4' f :,':..SRl4- . .f. we -' 'K ' re hp., U g g , 4. Q, rg E...-,w,..,i5,fg5 GP . x - Founded at llliddlebury College, 1905 ACTIVE CHAPTERS, 19 P1 CHAPTER v FRATRES IN FACULTATE ' Otto Muller A. C. Decker FRATRES IN SEMINARIO R. M. Banes D. F. Drake L. W. Clewell H. Liesman FRATER IN URBE N. Weikert I FRATRES IN COLLEGIO I Seniors G. W. Aumiller R. B. Martin R .G. Seaks l C. W. Coble R. M. Tidd A Juniors 1 R. M. Bucher J. P. Cassel C. A. Maherry P C. R. Bouhl D. B. Diehl I. L. Houghton Soplvomores ' W. H. Armenro F. B. Myers M. D. Rudisill D. E. Enders C. E. Painter G. W. Scott W. E. Kipp, Jr. H. A. Reehling V. L. Gibbs J. D. McGraw Freshmen J. W. Broadhurst R. M. Houghton P. H. Smith C. E. Etzler R. N. Reynolds L. A. Zitney ' F. R. Gillander -..egg 133 tg..- ,ffl JY 'V' I .- rr w 4 rf' L f. .ff ..I I F T J Q :TQ P N l r N J 1, 5 X 1 i I F H H M QL 15 TFT' 4' W 11ElJ,J N l Gb " ' r A 9 ,rv V44 L A 0,5 'K- Dax : . . : 4 VTE. 4 ix N 1 " I .f ' '-'3:5f'qt'1z::l2k'sfL2' -:,-lwcjlf. l' L4-"Ii ,t .1 ,,4 . -' z .2- A. K Aff' '4' -' rl, xr--' 'N-,asv 'Wi-1-. ff- 7152 ,c 5, ., ,rl 51. .5741-'4:, "givin f-:irq-1. 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A. Mentzer G. H. Berkheimer T. D. Shryer L. M. Utz P. O. Neth ll ! , STAR CLUB Founder! 1876 MEMBERS IN SEMINARY J. H. Rice MEMBERS IN COLLEGE W. L. Sweeney J. A. Miller Junior: R. E. Carl Sopfvomores C. F. Freshmen I-I. S. Bowman -..egg 191 QQ.- S. H. Lengel G. D. Patterson C. R. Stark, III R. W. Nleclcley Anderson C. R. Sprenlcle K. Bernhard PHI KAPPA RHO Founded 1924 5 l il L ! FRATRES IN SEMINARIO H. A. Alualt R. Wise C. E. Birx J. S. Bishop E. Hill C. B. Daniels G. Little R. H. Miller M. L. Tozer H. L. Menkel C. Stulf FRATRES IN COLLEGIO Seniors P. E. Cooper K. L. Mumford R. Parkinson, Jr. M. A. Heclcman W. Seyfert juniors W. D. Hamsluer R. D. Shively O. S. Wagner H. O. Walker Sophomore: R. E. Barley A. K. Buchanan R. Strevig F. A. Beachley H. M. Hege E. D. Ziegler , Fresfzmen P. Follcemer, Jr. D. Mumforcl C. E. Stauln D. Kohr -meg Eggs... ll " , ,. ' , 1--r""-T. - - -M '1i?,'ln wig-. -'uIiw"ll",,i ' is-Llasf-.-ii-!lI'f,. Alf! s 4 . 7 ? 1 Am -L 4 Y. H,.,.,f--: I Q-P. - IHII KID IN KO? IR ZR IR YY IF IR A 'Ill' IIE IIR N Ill III' III IIE S T. L. Cline, Ph.D. G. S. A. W. Lawver J. W. Seyferc J. E. Bristol TAU KAPPA ALPHA fl-lonorary Forensic Fraternity, Founded at Butler College, 1908 FRATRES IN FACULTATE Warthen, MA. W. E. Tilberg, Pl'1.D. F. C. Mason PhD FRATRES INK COLLEGIO Seniors T. B. Kline Juniors S. R. Philson -..ggi 194 ge.- K. L. Mumford V. Swensen L. Anderson H. W. A. Hanson P. M. Bikle G. D. Stahley K. Grimm C. F. Sanders J. Alaerly Charles Birx F. H. Clutz D. R. Heiges C. R. Jacobs T. B. Kline PHI BETA KAPPA fNational Honorary Scholastic Fraternity, Founded at College of William and Mary, 1776 Pennsylvania Iota Chapter FRATRES IN FACULTATE M. H. Valentine R. Fortenbaugh F. H. Kramer C. B. Stover R. S. Saby G. R. Larkin J. B. Zinn G. S. Warthen F. C. Mason H. G. Hamme H. R. Greenholt W. V. Davies A. C. Decker FRATRES IN SEMINARIO FACULTATE H. C. Alleman A. R. Wentz FRATER IN PREPARATIONIS FACULTATE C. H. Huber FRATRES IN SEMINARIO S. W. Herman FRATRES IN COLLEGIO R. M. Peat C. E. Schilcllcnecht R. G. Seaks A. W. Lawver -..gif 195 gigs C. C. Sellers L. R. Tabor V. Swensen A. M. Tyson Helen E. Wormell 4 l I l KAPPA PHI KAPPA fHonorary Educational Fraternity, Founded at Dartmouth, 1922 FRATRES IN PACULTATE H. W. A. Hanson E. W. Cheney L. O. johnson P. M. Bilcle, Dean Emeritusrf. L. Cline F. H. Kramer P. F. Amspacher M. H. Cronlund F. E. Kelly R. A. Arms R. Fortenbaugh G. R. Larkin C. A. Bilcle G. Glenn R. B. Learnarcl H. C. Bilcle H. G. Greenholt C. G. Reen J. S. Boughton C. H. Huber C. F. Sanders C. P. Cessna H, G. Hamme L. C. Saunders FRATRES IN COLLEGIO C. A. Sloat G. D. Stahley C. B. Stover W. E. Tilberg E. O. Von Schwercltner W. C. Waltemyer G. S. Warthen Officers President .............. ,..,.,........,...,....,..,.... . ................,....... - .... A. M. TYsoN Vice-President ......... ....... ...................... J . L. WOLF Secretary ........... .,,,.., ........ L . K. THOMPSON, Jr. Treasurer. ..... ............. . ,........ . ......... C. E. SCHILDKNECHT Seniors W. F. Anglemoyer C. O. Fries E. W. Stare G. W. Aumiller R. D. Hershey B. Wilnle S. C. Beuchler F. Koontz A. M. Tyson H. M. Bowers L. E. Lamb L. Wolf C. W. Coshun F. I. McCloy L. K. Thompson juniors R. F. Bamberger C. E. Sclmilcllcnecht S. E. Walker L. P. Kapp L. W. Schlichter L. L. Panebalcer W. C. Kai-ns, jr. W. Sheacls L. Koons 196 -..y ,. .l' r - N nl 1 'l ., SCABBARD AND BLADE fHonorary Military Fraternity, Founded at lfre University of Wisconxin, 1905 Company "E", Third Regiment I-IONORARY MEMBER H. W. A. Hanson ASSOCIATE MEMBERS Captain W. S. Nlorris, U.S.A. Captain W. R. McReyno1cls, U.S.A ACTIVE MEMBERS Officers President .........t.,.. ,,..,,,,,.,, - , .,,,,,,-,., F, M. WEAVER Vice-President ......... .,.,,,,,.,,.,, E . W. STARE Secretary ,...,,....,. ,,,,-,,, ,.,..,.,., C . A. MENTZER Treasurer ....,.... ,,.,,,,,,.,,.,,,.,. .,,.,-,,.,,,,, L . C. AMPS Seniors J. A. Miller D. E. Small W. Stark W. K. Ross C. R. Stark R. L. Wisier J. T. Keister P. Hand V. Swensen J. R. Henkel , Y i ,- --.,..1. -wqgg 1 EQG-.. BETA BETA BETA fl-Ionorary Biological Fraternityj Founded at Oklahoma City University, 1922 Rho Chapter HONORARY MEMBER G. D. Stahley, A.M., M.D. FACULTY MEMBERS R. P. Marsh, Ph.D., Chapter Advisor C. A. Bikle, B.S. H. C. Bikle B S ACTIVE MEMBERS Oyficers President ............ .........,,........ .......,. F . M. WEAVER Vice-President ........ ........ C . H. JOHNSON Secretary ............. .......,... , P. HAND Treasurer ....... ............... ........ R . SORENSON Historian ....,.,,,,...,,,.,......... ....,.. , L. H. SNYDER L. C. Amps P. E. Cooper R. M. Tidcl M. Bonsignore J. H. Kleinfelter K. H. Messinger F. B. Koontz J. A. Miller ASSOCIATE MEMBERS R. F. Sheely 198 f3+r- L. G. Coho L. Schliehrer -1 TF .. + PI LAMBDA SIGMA fHonorary Pre-Legal Fraternity, GAMMA CHAPTER I-IONORARY MEMBERS Hon. Mclean Stoclc Dr. R. S. Sahy Hon. Frank Wickersham ACTIVE MEMBERS President. .......... .. ,,.......,,...,....,.. .... ..,.............. ...,... . D A VID E. GooD Secretary .....,.......,.,...,.......,....,.... .......,,...,..,., - ......,.,...... J . W. SEYFERT Treasurer .--- .... . ..........,.. - ....... ,. ...... .......r,...,..........,. - .,..... R OBERT G. SEAKS J. W. I-Iartle Spence Marks C. A. Mentzer I. Toscano PI LAMBDA SIGMA, honorary pre-legal fraternity, was installed at Gettysburg College in 1929. Its avowed purpose is to cultivate interest in legal procedure among undergraduates, thus developing a knowledge which will be of value to the student in the further pursuit of his studies and in his profession. -..sg 199 , K dl r , PHI SIGMA IOTA QI-Ionorary Romance Language Fraternity, Founded at Allegheny College, 1922 FRATRES IN FACULTATE Otto Muller, Ph.D. Herbert G. Hamme, A.M. William D. I-Iartshorne, Jr., A.M. Martin H. Cronlund, A.B. FRATRES IN COLLEGIO Seniors' Henry M. Bowers A. Mervin Tyson Margaret E. Smith Juniors James E. Bristol Owen L. I-Ielfferich John F. Koons Janet Bieseclcer Soplyomores Daniel E. Teeter P. Emory Weaver Miriam E. Waltemyer PHI SIGMA Io'rA is the newest honorary society on the campus. It was installed at the Hotel Gettysburg on Friday, February 20, 1931. Membership in the society can be obtained only through excellence in the stucly of the Romance languages. Chapters are limitecl in num- ber to ten or twelve students. --Q25 zoo , .- lvtib, -...sg A ,, In-1-i,q.,..f., "- f ,.f" 1 i - t 5 I - V - Q. fr, ' 1, V L., - 'BW . Y '-' J. I 1 Y .YF-,jhblpi-B' KC A IW IW IU S IIHII O IN O IR S3 ICD KC III IIE 'IF III IIE S -- 'Q ll PEN AND SWORD I fHonorary llpper-Class Activity Society, Founded, 1897 FACULTY MEMBERS G. D. Stahley C. W. Beachem H. T. Bream 14 F. H. Kramer W. H. Van Davies ii Seniors J Pen Sword Q D. R. Heiges M. McCloy l E. W. Stare F. Koontz T F. M. Weaver R. Henkel I G. K. Newbould A. S. Haas R. H. Klinger D. M. Stoner Juniors 1 J. E. Bristol M. W. Boyer M. E. Santaniello E R. S. Seely - E. A. Hardy, Jr. THE BASIS upon which one is admitted ggmembership in the PEN AND SWORD honor society is solely that of achievement. The accomplishments of the individual may be in any of f the major extra-curricular activities. The new members are nominated by the society, and elected by the entire student body. Only members of the two upper classes are admitted. Election to"this honorary society is considered the greatest mark of distinction which it is possible for the student body to confer on any undergraduate student at Gettysburg. : l I 202 law- I, BLUE CROCODILES Founded, 1923 COLLEGE Seniors G. K. Newbould L. Wolf T. B. Kline E. W. Stare G. N. Lucas R. B. Martin D. R. Heiges G. W. Aumiller junior: J. E. Bristol M. W. Boyer S. R. Philson D. B. Strawbridge BLUE CROCODILES is an honorary journalistic society Whose members are elected each year as a tribute to their outstanding accomplishment in journalistic endeavor. Active mem- bers choose their successors from those Juniors and Seniors who have shown more than ordi- nary brilliance in active editorial and feature work during the preceding year. To become a member of Blue Crocodiles is to receive a htting and signal recognition of earnest and untiring efforts to improve Gettysburg's student publicationsll' 6 l -..sg 203 ig..- I r .45 l-' , ,M President Secretary. Treasurer .....,... A. M. Tyson C. R. Jacobs G. K. Kelbach PHILHELLEN IC SOCIETY ARTHUR LAWVER .-.--,.-.-.ROBERT I-IERSHEY ....--...KARL MUMFORD FACULTY ADVISERS Professor K. S. Gapp Professor G. Glenn MEMBERS R. E. Carl E. W. Young D. R. Heiges H. O. Walker R. W. Meckley A. E. Yeagy , , .QQ ' l 'HE PHIL1-IELLENIC SOCIETY was formed in 1927 in order to promote interest in the classics among the students at Gettysburg College. Under the guidance of Professors Gapp and Glenn the students have been stimulated towards greater endeavors in pursuing their worlc in Latin and Greek. -N455 204 2439-4- ALPHA PSI EPSILON Founded af Gettysburg, 1927 President ,,....... ....,,.....,.,A..,...A...,,..,........,, E DWARD S. FRESE Secretary ,........ ...............,,.,..,.........A,.,,...,,,,,,,...... EDWIN A. HARDY I-IONORARY MEMBERS R. S. Saby G. R. Larkin ACTIVE MEMBERS J. R. Wert W. H. Gulick W. L. Jacobs W. G. Clatanoif I. L. Houghton M. Zelch A. S. Haas G. K. Newbold W. L. Sweeney V. Reed F. V. Boughter C. W. Coble E. S. Fleming W. H. Wood ALPHA Psi EPSILON, honorary Economic Fraternity, was founded at Gettysburg in 1927 with the purpose of making closer contact with actual business problems and economic structure possible for those who are really interested in the business world. Each year Alpha Psi Epsilon secures a man to lecture to the entire student body on some subject related to economics. -..egg Ee..- If .. lf.'l'f ACTIVE MEMBERS 1 ' DER DEUTSCHE VEREIN OFFICERS President. ...,.,............. .......,...,, N ,,...,..,..,..,........ C . HAROLD JOHNSON Vice-President ........,.. ............,.,.,,..., F REDERICK V. BOUGHTER Secretary ,........,...... ....,.,,.,......,...... J ox-IN KEISTER Treasurer ,.......... ...........,........,....,..................,..., R EINHART BAMBERGER I-IONORARY MEMBERS Dr. Karl Grimm Professor E. O. Von Schwerdtner Professor George F. Gutman Edward C. Beard Frederick Herman Joseph B. Wible Karl Grimm, Jr. Samuel R. Philson Joseph Gaughan Herbert G. Raab Lester L. Leitzel Joseph Seyfert John R. Hill Robert Herman William K. Ross Stanley Beuchler W. G. W. Clatanoff Rhinehart Ortlieb William M. Horn Donald L. Houser Norman H. Himes A. Mervin Tyson DER DEUTSCHE VEREIN, originally a German Club limited in membership to those students majoring in German, now has extended the qualifications for membership so as to include all those who are interested in the study of the German language. By so doing it has devel- oped into a social and educational club of no mean pretensions. Membership in the Verein is solely honorary, although formerly, as the German Club, all majors in the language could attend the meetings. The geniality and conviviality of its faculty advisers has done much to widen its scope. ---eil 206 Esu- '-.L.,.. v-., I-.1 J A..-.1--J THE SAGES President .......A,..... ...........VA...V..........,.....,.... .....,,.. V I Goo SWENSEN Vice-President ...,.....,.,.,,,,,.,.., .. ...,.,..,....,.....,.,,..,.,,....,,...-,,.,, ,I-I. M. YOUNG, JR. Secretary-Treasurer ..........A7.... w.,..........,.,,..... ..,....... - ............. T H oMAs B. KLINE HONORARY ALUMNI MEMBERS Frank Edwin Smith G. Wickey M. H. Krumbine Charles W. Heathcote John G. Fleck Raymond C. Miller ALUMNI MEMBERS Paul L. Reaser Charles Birx E. W. Riclcenbach Walter B. Freed C. B. Daniels M. C. Hallock R. M. Banes MEMBERS Faculty ' X Dr. C. F. Sanders Dr. S. Boughton Dr. W. C, Waltemyer Dr. G. C. Basset Students Roy S. Shultz Robert L. Herman L. Anderson John T. Keister, Jr. R. D. Hershey Ralph W. Meclcley John Heller Arthur W. Lawver Robert E. Carl THE SAGES, organized a year ago as a result of the movement at Gettysburg College to stimulate specialized extra-curricular activity among the undergraduates, have macle great strides forward in the short year of their existence. Dr. Sanders' guidance has been helpful and instructive throughout, and a great debt is owed to him for the present sound basis on which the organization rests. 207 'e 3- Ruff- ..-.-2-f --M-+:.:-"Fee S 1' ' -. V R f' ix dl f ,X K x l l lf .U l il X 5 c T1 . Q ' ASSOCIATIONS Q I l THE ASSOCIATIONS at Gettysburg College are three in num- l 5 ' ber. Each performs its own definite and peculiar function in a particular field of campus activity, untouched by any other organization of any character whatsoever. One l fosters idealsg one encourages war-mindednessg one analyzes l our environment. In all three we find conscientious associates. l 1 l ,xl A ll l 1 ,I ' 1. I N ll if l 1 1 , --M-M :ll M l lf t 1 l 1 up zos ite- "QP ix kt' V' y il""'i--' ?1'?I fv - '-- -,gf ""7 -"""r""x?WS:-qp3?"'Ag - +1-vi'5'W' V " w A " - ' ' Q I- . 'rt' .., 11, -. . - .. ' m V any v 1 . fSI wlitl C 111' Y, - A- SI'v1K'E.1kI"'L"1' - + l'5.01.i Il1fl'Y' if 1 2 lMLl4'Q4,c!Ii"' '- 44-nam: '! ' 'AM 44...-. .,.4,i:nA 'P' 1 WJ I Y. M. C. A. CABINET President v,......,..... .. ,....... - .......... ....... L UTHER H. SNYDER Vice-President ,..,.,.., ..,.,,..,.. V IGGo SWENSON Secretary .,.....,... - ..... ........A M ERLE W. BOYER Treasurer ........,..,......-. ,,..,,.,. - .,.., , ,EDWARD FRESH General Secretary ..,.,,,..,.,..,. ,,,,..,.....,,,.,,,,,...,,,.. , ARTHUR C. DECKER Luther Hinlcel John Keister Joseph Seyfert Richard Martin Spence Marks Charles Anderson Lawrence Kapp Harry Young Walter Clatanolf Herbert Raab Robert Hershey Reinhart Bamberger Melrose Paden Paul Gleichman THE COLLEGE Y. M. C. A. serves the campus as a religious center which radiates a spiritual influence that directly touches the individual student and indirectly affects the morale of the entire student body. It is through the association that all the religious work in the school is correlated and made applicable. Physically the Y. MQC. A. is well equipped for this work. With one of the finest college "Y" buildings in the state, a mountain cabin under construction, a full time secretary, and a group of interested women in the Woman's League of Gettysburg College behind the organization, a full rounded program is possible. During the past year the "Y," through its stafli, has been presenting a program of per- sonal worlc on the campus. This method of intimate personal approach promises much towards a deeper and more permanent concern for religion on the part of the student body. 209 J R 'ii A , .iit,. . up ,,,,,,.x AIi.,.'.,-4.2- . ,,..... ' u . O -s mf' i 4 . mf' X 1 N l F el ! l -f rw i I l i r F' I P i .,c- ,..,. , as .. - ... D-,. .1 'X --Q ' ' ,- W. H. Armento H. T. Barclay C. A. Bentz P. W. Boone SKEPTICAL CHYMISTS CRGANIZATIONS Faculty Advisers Dr. John B. Zinn Prof. A. Sheflier Dr. C. A. Sloat OFFICERS President .................. ....................... ........ C . W. COSHUN Vice-President ......... ,....,,,. J . W. SOWERS Secretary ............... .............................. ..,............ W . C. SMITH Treasurer .........,.................,,....,,,,,.,.,...,, , ,,-,,, - ,,,,...,...,.,,,,,......... F. W. HERMAN MEMBERSHIP R. M. Bucher G. W. Jacobs M. D. Rudisill E. M. Fisher G. E. Lamb D. A. Shively M. A. Heckman P. Menges F. F. Smith A. C. Hoyt H. McCloy C. E. Miller W. W. Ebbert H. A. Hauver J. R. Henkel C. H. Johnson L. A. Lenker J. Awdziewicz C. A. Karns S. M. Lutz J. W. Bankert J. W. Bearnesderfer L. L. Bitler H. M. Burkholder W. H. Oberlander S. R. Philson H. H. Ritterpusch H. K. Scott D. E. Small C. E. Painter G. L. Pitzer L. L. Pannebaker H. A. Roehling C. E. Schildknecht D. C. Stoner E. W. Stare R. E. Wise F. A. Beachley F. B. Fisher, Jr. R. H. Wagner R. A. Berkheimer H. M. Hege D. McGraw l THE SKEPTICAL CHYMISTS, organized last year as a result of the increasing interest shown in ,,' Chemistry by the incoming students, is open to all Chemistry majors, except first year. 1 Founded primarily for the furtherance of scientific knowledge among those interested in sci- Q . entific subjects, the Skeptical Chymists accomplishes its purpose by weekly discussions, per- T tinent to the scientific advance of the times. A regular program of educational material has f been prepared about which the discussions hinge. Each member of the organization is given it an opportunity for public speaking in the delivery of the papers presented at the meetings. Thus, the club has its cultural as well as its distinctively scientific aspect. it --Q55 210 lsr- , "' vi.. , W 4 K . -, ' 'ML 7' l"""llr'- i'N'T"'17i"1""' ., 3. , 'r 135-'eaff ii" ""'5!'llliv4rf..,Lf-:-4"'37IT' - if -Jgvv' 'lf 'Jl'Vli'Lll'1iliY"'5lfilxrlRli".li"'s ' "":nlih'ffxI"i "3 I . ,L L... 1--..-. LL ,L-, R"-. 1-I! , T' 1 7 Y J 1' .r I 'hun - 's'X,L.--.E I I 1 A .Bam la I. l Q. l R. O. T. C. L OFFICERS 1. Captain WILLIAM S. MORRIS, Inf. D. O. L. 5 Captain XVILBUR R. MCREYNOLDS, Inf. D. O. L. Sergeant JAMES MASI-IBURN, Inf., D. E. M. L., U. S. A. BATTALION STAFF Battalion Commander,LL,. ,,.,...... LL .........................,...... Major F. M. WEAVER I Battalion Adjutant LL ...............,............................... Captain C. R. STARK, 3RD l Stajc Sergeant ......... ...... L ............. C . C. GURLEY Staff Sergeant ......... ....... L ......................... L ........... J . C. I-IOLLINGER Staff Sergeant ....... ...... ...... L ............. . ............ L ..... .............,. W . L . JACOBS X Q COMPANY "AH ll Company CommanderL.L .,....,......,................................... Captain V. SWENSEN ' Second in Command .......... ......... . First Lieutenant D. E. SMALL Leader Ist Platoon ..... ..,. ...............,.,........ L . ..First Lieutenant R. L. WISLER Leader Znd Platton. .... .......... L ...... L ................... F irst Lieutenant L. C. AMPS ' COMPANY Q'B,' 4 Company Commander ..,....,.,.,.......,... L ...................... L-..Captain E. W. STARE l Second in Command.LL ..,,..,...,,,, L ,..,.. L ............ Firxt Lieutenant W. K. Ross ' Leader Ist Platoon .......,,, .,,,.............. L ........... F irst Lieutenant T. KEISTER AI Leader 2nd Platoon-.- ,,..., L ..,.,,.,.,,,................... First Lieutenant W. STARK COMPANY "C" 1,74 Company Commander L..,.,..,.,..............,.......................... Captain R. HENKEL Second in Command ............L.,,......,... ............ F irst Lieutenant C. A. MENTZER fi Leader Ist Platoon ...... ........ F irst Lieutenant A. MILLER Leader 2nd Platoon.LL ............. .... .... ..... F i r st Lieutenant P. HAND L -I 2 :I I- Ui IW ll KN as J , N U . ' p nxf.FF7":n 'ij , ff"1j:.T'F T. L 1 'TA,'.sf?',:yT'1 w f- if-6IU"ciJY,n3k Q 'iIZN1"l'I!1k'l'1"1' ' I 'C I NS 11 F Ykl' 'Y X ' ' 'H'I'lLI71I'I"f" I'-Iv .. 'K W . vi -I 'Q ' I L V . L A '-. . 2 V l 21511754 ' --ladagfljdh ' -ii-' 3--3 Q-4 -n-.--. L..- - A e 5114 5 -- M . ,' "QQ -G--Q.- ., ,F, 1 p F OLD CHEMISTRY LABORATORY 212 It , ' dia-inq - ra ,r I1 " 4 1 W 4 4 .,,,.......15...L.w-i ,-u....... BOCK V Another aspect of G ettysburg "As yet We f1a1fen't seen a girl .vo muff: as 'Ven lure past the fence. We Want to keep it so." f f w V ., 4 ,gr -- ri- . "1 -v ai- 'Y' fl' f""'--' lp - ' iffu' rf -- a aj'-If " ' 'G 'Q X 1 T , 1. I A ' Ii , lj s F B -1 Y, iv 1 55 l I , ' L 1 4 A MEMORIAL 'ro THE SACRIFICE OF OUR MOTHERS 1 " -Magi 214 Wg nk if A ' ' L 'wa-. 'v' 1 -1 u W 4 0 YQ: - -., up , V?-T w'?,,f:::f v . , 'jglffx 1' 1w,.- .' x 'Fu !v ,-,,,, 1 T .,, . L--Hkw-1'.1l,a--Hn1L x1'1--'+wu..ih,r,1'-H., A f f 1 .u , , , , Xjil .6 .v ' ' ' "' f' "-""""""4"' 'X "'-H1141 .'.-4--Fl!!-if-nna9g.l,.,,. 853.31-.1 A . -, ,A .Q-." Q. " ,Y K iff if KH. Y R J ! 1 4 1 I M. .ti I fx , n 4 'Y' I fi 'T 1 1 1 r f, 'A A 5 E Z vf 5 w f. H x .ll Vx X :iw Qi! , ,,, ,J Q M "'l:'? , P, " --Aa- H '-, J I , I' n X J- 6. I 1 5 !. 1 J Hy ony r hi .f Mrs. H. W. A. Hanson I Endearea' to us all, 'E By the beauty of thy very presence, By that most sacred name,- Mother . . . In every heart On the Geftyshurg campus. Our sole prayer . . . To he deserving children. I tl 5 -Q4 215 1392'- lviwqr ' 1 'rf' -, . A A Y ?1e'rE'R1 -.-J" '--' -' 'i-H. QI -.uri an 1 ez' ff . . -.1 1 ,re ae rp an 1' H. - Llfll fr QW ' ' "' 1,1 'kwin-ans?-dl-'5-"4" 'R' .:,44v'gj H.. 4, - .ki-r 'X ' -waving-gn:-sg - . - . Q, , pg, - , A 4 A, "'1n:P..,, - ar, -,.' -, -.uf--,T ,gfffrj-' ' X f 1 :.. , X B . -4 19 I ,A 2 1 '1 I W. ix Y 'r F I 1 i Wu i I 4 i -..if 216 I IH! -1"!Iln':r-'- 'vf-1'-' v- is QL ,,Q. ' 'W -h"""':' - --fv4""',:?r?A' M uf-.1-wm'n'. Q'4TNi'E,.1K,1-"VW fw1!.'IMf'S'-Awib' Aawf'-'L+ ' ,4.,f,'.. ..-u-.NK-ni-I-LA-ui-pf., -Dil M- 173.41 can gif?-" 'bl' W 'V' ' A"""' 1 P, fr- 'i " " ' Y L57 r 'K I ' ,A 4 'i, at .P- 'L I. li l 1 Ti fn in i i I 'Li i GIRLS' STUDENT BODY X THE Gettysburg Girls are loyal supporters of their college. This can he seen hy the work I they do, not only in maintaining a high scholastic standing, but also in their extra-cur- ' ricular activities. Dramatics seem to be their forte on the campusg their glee club admirable in either city or hamletg their "YU international. But Rall work and no play" is not their motto, judging from their support of athletics, college social affairs, sorority and fraternity fun. L. l In js I -..agi 217 ga..- - I 5' V 'l""'i'- " , T' :"fY,"g' Y' J' - " f " Tagyip-carl 5, - e.-1 I fl tu x.I"..1,cJ ik? gi itf lIl,l!l 5 Q r , A g. 1 '-' 1 l- . , 'x I . , V ' 1 A A 1 . -1 s . a I ,, W ,. , j . - ,i 1 , I i I , V. , he , " ...I-.--1-5l'1'-'l:5b,'-'I --. -. V, IQLQA -,. ,q.,W,,:4.-sq-M,-,a,q,,x , Aj-ur "-- 3 1 - -...-13-sq-.. . . , . . fi A "ms , .-Y--' db " f' -... ..1..--....,,,,,, -A ,,,,---4-....,. .4 bg - . -..,., .- I , ,, .... J-f qi? - ' '- - .. , 5.4 ji. . 1- - , . API' "'4-R Fl l .1 M l I 'i 1 xl lx I 4 Y V V nl X . i ,l w Y. W. C. A. g Y President ....,..,........ e--- ............ ...,......,..,.,,,..,....... D OROTHY HARRIS 1 Vice-President ............,....,............. M ..,.. A ....... DOROTHY TRUCKELL 1 Treasurer ...,....,.,..,,..,............... - ........ ,.......,.. M ARGARET BIGHAM Chairman Program Committee. ...,........,...... . ...........,,.. MILDRED DIMMERLING '. bi THE Y. W. C. A. not only supplies spiritual ancl moral programs but sponsors many gayer themes which are dear to the heart of every college girl. Memories of bright camp- fires on frosty Autumn nightsg teas with the faculty wivesg gay tramps over the battlefield on balmy Spring daysg intermingled with the more intellectual meetings with interesting speakers . and the ever-popular discussions with her fellow-students. 4 If ' lll A -..ggi 218 Ea..- l xgf 1 - thi" 71 """" f t ' - he R. 5 ' R' me Y T' LK, bl ."v'1J'?.J V I AI '14 ' - Sw I .W 'l' Htl 1 if ' " Ulfl lf I' -I lil' lg-Lf' -I ' 3 ' '-"- "-'a""455 ' "Hn .. 4v4,gd',,,.,4,v,l-:durch-nsqgaa. Ju:-f .'fl5':4-1.4z-..qlni-- ff . 5- . . I - -6- -.--. I.- . ygfa-- . ,, l - .a Q . I ..- . .- . kwa," X -. , . -. .-, . . - V ' ' V .- - .- - - w. acruuyrrmf---Fwy. 1- . 1 . ' ' -A+ -t.,,,., -M - rx' N -Fi GETTYSBURG WOMEN 'S LEAGUE THE Nineteenth Annual Convention of the Women's League of Gettysburg College was held on the campus in November. The League has a membership of about one thousand women, interested in the progress and growth of Gettysburg College. It has already pro- vided Gettysburg with one of the best Y. M. C. A. buildings in the stare, and is now engaged in raising an endowment of seventy-five thousand dollars which will provide for a salary for a General Secretary. Eleven thousand dollars has already been raised towards this fund in the past two years. The Altoona Chapter of the League last Spring presented to the League an inspirational painting, "The Vigiln, by P. W. Muncy. The portrait was hung above the fireplace in the lounge of the Y. M. C. A., and formally unveiled by Dr. Hanson on Motheris Day. The League was also very generous this year in giving the boys two hundred and fifty dollars for the NY" cabin in the mountains. Gettysburg College is indeed fortunate in possessing this interested and unique auxiliary. 219 1' -ll'ND5""" .'T""-'ir'-.' fr' 'M -' ,Q ' T -' ."'Q',:1:-415.35-.,,,.."'f'fTf1 .. EI."-'1.,le'i.l U 1 YY Q - ?--.Thin 1221! 1"-A ' - U!-il H! ll L if . 1 ,,.. aa--fa-J -1-'iii-'gi '-' -is--e -451114 ,g,,,,,...LQ...-is--I L-.apifwl-g,.1 r . an-K 4!i.Qua-a.1-auas-...- 1 . . u.. .. A "' Sl Q ,uf -ff F. 1, ik i, A l l ,i N B. . X1 U F134 I- f' 1-Ili -1-Y-- ,tv ,lk --5-1-.., , 1? JF- , H- fr-H . 4. CO-ED GLEE CLUB Leader ......,.,............. .,......................,......, Miss JULIA POE Student Leader .,...,..., - ,,,,.,,, ,,,,-,--,--------,-- , IAN-1-HE SMITH Manager .........A......-. ....,................... ....,.... , M IRIAM WALTEMYER Ist Sopranos Margaret Smith Annabelle Greenaway Marjorie Amos Miriam Waltemyer Adrienne Hines Helen Bergstresser Jesse Voorhees Grace Durhoraw Margaret Zinn Dorothy Harris Lyla Tobias Marclelle Tipton Zna' Sopranos Altos egg 220 Martha Diehl Dorothy Bushman Martha Garretson Helen Wormell Alice Snyder Dorothy Taughinhaugh Ianthe Smith c,..,:.a , - 'a Q -1-. I 1 l 1 l 1 l ' L .ggi-Y S GOD IR KGB IR Ill 'IIT Ill IIE S x if , K 95 K r r We ,INS " ' -'31-,-.4,rdL., ' 1. v 9 is., 'il' . E if-3 .ff .--F, Q5 'I l lr l ln l a F 1 . I P' I l ff rg. 1 is l x Pi, A N, if f , 1, e 1 my "Q 7q.."-"-il-wha.- -P -nu..-:f 4fT1f.f-f. ' Y 4- ' I-CQ5,i'. l -N . Q' BETA LAMBDA M' Founded at Gettysburg College, 1916 I-IONORARY MEMBERS Mrs. Elsie Singmaster Lewars Mrs. C. P. Cessna Mrs. Edmund W. Thomas Mrs. S. F. Snyder Mrs. D. Pl McPherson Mrs. W. A. Granville SORORES IN URBE Louise Sheads Highland, ' 16 Ann Miller Weaver, '21 Constance Weaver, ,22 Ida Hartley Sperry, '26 Mildred H. Hartzell, '26 Margaret Taylor, '26 Jessica Weaver, '27 Jane Robinson, '27 Ruth Spangler, '22 Marian Fischer, '30 Mary Martin, '30 Miriam Hartzell, '30 Louella Snider, '30 Esther Reaser, ex-'31 Marian Beales lVIyers, ex-,32 1 SORORES IN COLLEGIO 5 Seniors Anna Weikert Dorothy Taughinbaugh Helen Wormell Louella Musselman Margaret Smith i Juniors Janet Bieseclcer Sara Hershey Sophomore: 5 Marian Biggs Edna Spangler il Mildred Dimmerling Jean Thomas l Dorothy Harris Miriam Waltemyer " Isabel Rife Margaret Zinn it 'K if ill ll ll 222 isa- l ' b---'L""'f'i"" f- 'T TI-""T"' - V ii A H 'I tl-3f.!.11'1'T'li' ' 52 I N FE IR I'V1' 'X ' ' l:i.i0Ll IlA1'i'Vf if X, La...ag..-e4fLf,- ....,,,a.,,Qt33.,,....-!n..4n-.a..l,........r-A.4'.- , A ' - gi.. ,,,,,'gT,,'f.'S ' ,iff ". ' -fs ., J"-,.' .1 -v .., A "' -atv -g,::LK.,a.,,, .. - -1...,. V-,hi .i ...N .V ., .,,.,.7- R ,QA I 1 ' x. , '--1 ' I ul I w 1 -3' 1 a i l s 4 2 J 1 V 1 . M A i A ! A X G D v Q , 1 gr 5 H 1 . I I K s KM -...,5,5 223, Ee..- V' ' -Qls-1: 4 4-Hu. A S-' A 'f LA. M . ,.. . I GAMMA PHI Founded at Gettysburg College, 1923 Mrs. C. F. Sanders I-IONORARY MEMBERS y Mrs. Robert Fortenluaugh Mrs,fRudolph Rosenstangel Nlrs. Albert Billheimer Mrs. Carl S. Karmany Kathryn Heck Dorothy Remmel Marguerite Rogers Martha Diehl Lula Florry Martha Garretson Miss Mrs. George Miller Mrs. Mrs. Clara Schmitt SORORES IN URBE Ruth Scott Margaret Stauifer Edith M. Wachter SORORES IN COLLEGIO Seniors Anna Belle Greenaway Marjorie Amos Priscilla Forty Juniors Sophomore Kathryn Pittinger Dorothy Truclcell Jessie Voorhees Elsie Zepp Adrienne Hines Mardelle Tipton Grace Durboraw -..leaf Ee..- Luclwig Hauser Ernest Von Schwerdtner Q L w iv - l ni - T 13w,wvf Q -6635 22 5 fggb.- 4 1- J I X .4 ff , - 1 i 4 1 .1 To THE MEMORY OF ONE OF GETTYSBURGJS GREATEST ATHLETES ---2-if 226 f. X2 X ,r .N N J A F, X Q. 3 'Q ' A XX .,fXx,1""' f 'Aff ff " X W! Q 3 e ,f r-Q.,r . , k V' -..,Q1',5,f"' .J r 4 'W T5f91 x 7. f ' 'X X 12333 K A 6 94' J Zi u ,.nvwNm ' ,- 'Q ww mf: X me . KX r rrerr 1 X Mrk X ,z r r fJfQ li!!! X f XXtsp'I1Q BOOK VI Featuring one hundred years of progress "Last night I had the strangest dream . . . of days to come? STEVENS HALL -..ggi 223 kg..- 'HB -. , I' . ,L . P'-ui: 1 nr .f.w.rf CAMPUS IN 1868 INTRODUCTION THIS is to introduce to our readers a short Feature Section in which we shall endeavor to trace the history of Gettysburg College since its founding in 1832, by representing pic- torially a few of the outstanding events in the one hundred years of her growth. Throughout it has been our sincere wish and earnest effort to preserve as well as possible the spirit of the student body in the changing years, and to interpret in some small measure by a careful selec- tion of the material for this section the feelings of student generations at Gettysburg. May our readers judge how diligently we have performed this taslc. -msg 229 ga..- . LINNAEAN HALL Linnaean Hall, known today as the Old Gym, was formerly a college museum Since its museum days, however, it has undergone several renovations, serving for a number of years as the college gymnasium. Ac the present time it is being remodeled with View to its use as an Administration Building. Above, the present exterior. ffwwfwsyss Below, the old interior. -far 'ce V. . ..... .- i .. rf .,,.. ,.,. 20.-,, 'fe if-.5:1.f'2.-rf ' -K? -1 -if-, , E2 I 2 E ieiy 1 - as 1 "" Rgwz g, g2, ,g,v' ,ggW,-!3',5,gQfigt V ,V lt.itaw..isX32,5252ggeeasqiizggigasmgggg till ffflf?-SEZ llfisfiiiiiQiiililliillt lllieasafsflrirffg.lm. it at .f.l..fiiums2in! 1, .ai ..:5 ,, ' L' ..., , " E 2--fu' X' of I' f.5Q'fh.' -L-1"-Na., i n 4 S- Q' '5 I 1 N .- 'v 5 - , ww, -- of , ,,. : wsu. , z ., if ef - X S 3' . 'T' ""' ..,,. Q . . at .P i : P 25.33, . ,, -tqffvmsfe ' V, Jjwf - , .f 21- -- , .4 - ,raw .-3 -, '-" , - 'Y-M ,-. , ze.-f- 1, V L - W ' Q ,,' ' sfffgl-f5f:f-x"'Sggrxfg. 'sfixzfa' - Qwggwl t f M4 zbgfyx aw e- V Q, 'ff 'f 'mf-Q-' E"-' ' V. mir " . , . 2 t i A. t z ' ep--Wmxfzm - .b - Sa . Q9 x+,f,.-,-we-.W 456.3 ..,. G :.:A,,..9f32fss+s er X- r- .Ns-1-Q " -' INTERIOR VIEWS OF OLD LINNAEAN MUSEUM -.425 230 iss-- x ' ' r x 1 I ' 4- f f"F?'f:.-' ' ' - x V' ,d-I may .- ', C44 ,. ,-Y" C 5 N I- V ., .. A .M 5 r V. Lv , ,.., A 3 H 4 Al -H l 1 E lf .2 Y I- CAMPUS IN 1882 , 1 Fourteen years have brought us a Chapel and a Glatfelter Hall. ,V Q il l :F 1 1 efmvee eve-he ,ff N 5 l 1 ll 4 1 l 4 5 ll I 1 l I li ll l l lf Q . ', u , if , i l , BRUA CHAPEL When Buggies Were in Style I I 231 gge ..., L! vi J Y 5 , V 'L 31 'Af' rw-Mi-' ""' 1' f T, .. . . ' '13 'V 'A V- A " Nfl' . k .. . k44,,5f'.:d-35-gi F. 4 .L a f 4, , Ht, - 4--T' . - f .l.f"'f all 1'-ll I ,M if Ll K .l. 5 fn. ff S f-Q l. iw '4 sk l '1 -' -e V1 -' A ' - ww x:j'l-,'Ji.','.,,jZJ. Yg::,,gJss '4 42' ' A 'J' -xx-dv 4 ' -f"""' " 5 I Y - i I", 4 ' v' I' r THE WOOZIES That dread body, the Woozies-Sophomores whose sole purpose was to inspire fear into the hearts of every Freshman hold enough to set foot inside our college gates. They were truly the bane of every flrst-year rnan's existence. LITERATURE-A LA WOOZIE -..egif 232 fge..- W. - v tv "vw 'Yi vlzptf' ' grfjr v-'1 r SMALL Poxl ! l In 1906 the student body was under quarantine, as a undergraduates. During this rigid quarantine food was committee. The scarcity of food was only equaled by tonsorial department of the Tribunal, we opine. ?y " - I-, df' ,-1 Y uf 522 lata awe - 1 ,- 4-'i , ' , ,,1i.:.qr. A up I vw-up result of cases of the disease among portioned out and distributed by a that of hair. A big year for the South College Bunch, "taking a tough X break in the right way." Not Old Dorm Rats! ftlvepfre on display abovej. SOUTH COLLEGE BUNCH Eighteen escaped the quarantine, but were seized by the police in Harrisburg and promptly returned to the campus. -rsgf 233 ga.- - 1 FIFTIETH ANNIVERSARY OF THE BATTLE ON THE CAMPUS The Gettysburg campus was made the headquarters for activity during the celebration of the fiftieth anniversary of the Battle of Gettysburg in 1914. Men, prominent in every wall: of life, were here to lend prestige to the occasion. The dorms were utilized as sleeping quarters for the visitors, and, when these buildings failed to provide sufficient space to house our guests, tents were set up on the campus to care for those who were still Without some lodg- ing. WILSON Woodrow Wilson, one of the distinguished guests of our campus at the time of the celebration. -..sgt 234 .ua-- .A . ,gg 1 :J r L :- 1 , Y, ?,.,. . 1,-v ' s,. I 1 f W to J-.K , I I Y- l if 1 a l 1 fi 1 gg 1 1 I 1 l 5 f 'O f ,V 4 'H it 4 LLOYD GEORGE ON THE CAMPUS I 'l 1 l I l In the fall of 1924 the Colle e was honored b a visit from Llo d Geor e Prime Minister . - g n Y Y g , . 1 of England, during the hectic days following the World War. The government cars with ' I their dreadful awe-inspiring qualities of twentieth century pomp, and the personality of the V 4' man himself left an impression on those gathered to welcome him that has lingered clearly I 'til today. Unfortunately, because of illness and the subsequent orders of his physician, the 11 Y Prime Minister was unable to address the crowd. I , . 1 f 1? 'f ' 'Z fm ' Q- . ' 411'-1' "' 'A if 7 A -V' ai- '5'di'5"'5'Eff' l""f -'," 'f" "'. 1 r W!! 1 I -,gw,Wf , f'. p E we V f,3qs,"A "'1'9A,-'ii " A ' 1 A v ' Qi' ",- ' 'Q " g . 11" r " :K E.-5' 7-:li 'A 5 5 -' 'l" - 4- 15 ' ' ', 5'-5-1917.57 311' ', ' ui 1 Q ,' wa . '- H I -1 bf i, ,H 4-Egg ' T. 5,17 Yiwifli, lv.. v- Um - , - '1 f- -L.?"' Qfjy,-,l , j e igl' it-,1 Y ' ' 5 DIGNITARIES ON THE CAMPUS IN 1914 l Note Also the Host of Tents Described Above. fi, -megs E+..- 1'-14, A E I F 132- ' c---w:,g,:- Y - f- . v .V, M .r Q - . -351,8 ,ht ,ff fjyj 4 YN U ttf, I 1' - - ,A H -- r f '- - 1 .., A Q , 1, .11 . , tl! .-.fi-1.',lnl,e11-I l n"?f,,al r,.1-,l 'A A ,hlllf-1,1 ,- Lg' L, ' ,am-,e,-f1-,,umi+3wf-1-- -'-..Eti.-.i4.,3g1Q -. -R"-12+-m-q,,,',.r-4 Tf'7i : V . - 4.91 1 .. af J- . I up Qyg f,- Q Pu' ff-f I, ?L-ilk I if .-- :' ,Hb " --l fi Q - fm ! Q-' A It 4 a -,jf' - "YM 4.-. ilffi, g Q - - 1. -- - a , .--, - r .- - . - 49- Ek - . v , - ' hh 1 . '1 '--- 9 4'- "' f"' 1517. - :. nb - 1 ., ' I I ,- -W S514 , fggag,-.. 1- 11 MX Jivt., Mg , .r, - is gi? . ' 1' .QT Sf :', - 2 f ff X-4:30 ff, '1m:: J -if . rf---'bf-'f -I f' -' v- -' In -"4 -f'a9W?2P?2 "".'f:' " Lfrif! - -- -. " 1 f' Exp EQ," f T- , 19 f' 1J5fL?5 3i.gM21f:'7 ' ff- 'iv' "i 1? Z :- f j '. 2.5 -. ' lfp . ..- kg V I. A Q 5' ', 5:55 ,z . QQ- -nz- . 44.6 ,fi - .-agp. - -1 ' - -fi f 1515 'Y - ,fx L Lg. 1 arm' -i-1167" ' QL.. - -:A-234.-.' -1 "" 1-1-H aH!jfE.:1 LINE-UP: EARLY TWENTIETH CENTURY STYLE fPlease Crificize Former RSPECTRUMS7, for This Creation., SONS OF HERCULES Predecessors of McReynold5' Gymnastic Company 236 .I jg ,is Q. n . wr, I Y 1. 1 fl ' ' K I S l u 'I Fmsr COLLEGE FOOTBALL TEAM l Tlve First Team Ever to Represent Gettysburg College in Inter-Collegiate Football X w l I ,w Il A -5 , 'X ffofz-fmzfffzgw E 2.2-ai-M 1 -V , 54 , f'f"l5i-.:!j.' OULD' ' .5 555 WESTERN K,L,, f1:f,,- 7,jzflz!liif?sfg f 3 'fed 'TH' -Q.. -2715112 r,M :lf-Q ' ' . ,EQNIQN , an E , L '90 an 'J 'Aj 'V L n' -Z f ' ggrlhgosvgll ylmm s 1905 G6,ZZ,v'?66 5 X -1 X4 il ag A .- fljqm ., 3 rl 5: cnnrssmz: foo-rs.u.xlrmr l 5 v lkylm JSI! 4 i l,,- . N 111-'LsoRn:rm. mln -35.1 U X ,K . I 3 :I : caxoPJL."u1.u1ars1o1'Hxmm smnm1'svn.n cosxizsn Hansson, l X s vxnom! u'fu.s1xc mvcx-ooss Ur In nuns .oir.xl1m1ii1'l:1:u A i .-NJ A-...-If. ' " J A'-5, J'Z'1LLZTLZT1,Z'io?nL"2,T,M1'ZM U l i mr: may -ix flli' if EW 1 Gettysburg played as one man, and although the score shows a tie, Penn was completely W outplayecl. Ir was a great game ancl a noble achievement for "Little Gettyslrurgf, l , l -..ag 237 , W I I c m 1. l . 1, 1 bv 1.,...x . 8 IN INAUGURAL ATTIRE For Our Prexy, Dr. Hanfon, Who Has Done So Muck for Gettysburg Jmmg, A , I , RELAY TEAM Waiting for the Gun! -'gif 238 EQ"- ,..., .-.,. -v"v- , ,, 1,-4,43 ,,. . . S? L ' ' A ' f K5 T? L-'Mi . ,, 1 ,QQ .. '- 'fin-1, ...M W' f 1-'J v ,Q ., vN,. h ., - " .k, ,,,,N-,,..,Q, , '44, W 1, ,. ,gf ' W A 5. nq, 171 b ,J. H ::a:::534N, , - , N ,K Y ,X I -,-.. I -.-..,, gl.. .' f., E 4 " -bl ' 1 3 X, 4 ., ..,1 , YW "A" Msg ff 5 ,, N779 5, s gy .1 12 p , q-4, gymmdg , ,A,, ,.,, , .. .2 'W' Mb! W:-PL7 ' -wfsfvsfiffklizwf ff- aw 4 ., f jsfi , ,- ,Ji ' 1 'L .,, KY f ' V- ,ws S f, . 1 " '-Zi . 1 , ff-df"-v,:,,1f E , 1 . 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S X"Er:: - 5 , if ' 0 1 N,2-L?-If iii ' E' i l? 1, ,f , y ., , 1zawf ff Z S 11 f ,f S22-Q f av-Wgff K ' K H., - - - -Q 4f ,, An embryonic "Deutscher Vereinn 240 Ee.- , u f' xr 1'- SK, .- , ,j, . - JL. K '- 1- I ,,., E. -f, ,u,,,,,..- ""' "nj" I -Q-..,,... 1:,',,.' Q-...-I -W 1 li -2 'D ' if 2 l y I , 4 El N l i f i H V xl Qi ' 1, .fl ' I it . Wg? 'Nl wil r ye V i l Ji' xg, l .f i I 'Q air ll I GOOD-NIGHT! l i xi As we retire from our positions as editors of the 1932 SPECTRUM, we wish to express our u sincere appreciation: To Dr. Hanson, whose recommendations have suggested several of the features of if the hook, ' W 'S To Dr. Wentz, of the Seminary faculty, for his help in supplying us with certain his- ' torical clatag To Dr. Cline and Dr. Sahy for their sound advice, To Dean Tilherg for the cooperation received from his ofliceg To Mr. Deacly, of the Baltimore Maryland Engraving Company, for his assistance in l planning the annual, and to the company itself for their splendid service, Y 1 To the White Studio for their efficient service, fl l To the Library, and to the Sigma Alpha Epsilon and Sigma Chi fraternities for their Il pi help in collecting past editions of the SPECTRUM. 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T110 Dcg1'c1,'3 111'111It1'd arc: ' B.XCI'I1CI,lJli OII' A1l'l'S BACI-IELOR OI' .ARTS AND SCIENCES The Cozlrscs 111 flze Second grmrjv are of CI 1'ccl1111cc11 and 'v0cat1011r1l 11c1f111'c, and the Dcgrecx fl!'!1llfL'd arc: BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN BUSINESS .ADMINISTRATION BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN MECHANICAL EENGINEERING BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN CIVIL ENGINEERING BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING Tl11.I is 1110 only L11fl1c1'1111 111sl11111'11111 11111111111 II c!111jw1'c1' of thc 1l0Ilf0l'Gl'j' .fl'lZ01CZ.Yfl.LT socicly of fha P111 Bda Kappa and 1112111111 c0111'sI's IAII E!Igjl'IIL'CI'1lIg 01' a1fTc1'111y I'lT1l1l1I1'y TSVCIIDIITTIQ KR. O. T. CJ. The I"Va1' DC'f7I'll'fIl1L'I11 pays 3540.00 ill cash, cl0f1I11Ig, etc., 10 studcnfs elccthzg fha comjllefc R. O. T. C. c0111'sc. - SUMMER SCHOOL WILL OPEN FOR A TERM OF SIX XNVEEKS COIIIIENCING JUNE 22, 1931 Recent 1111Ip1'oz1e11ze1zts '1111C1Zl!'Il?.' New Gjl7l11lGSi7!7l'II, Science Hall, Athletic Field, Ten Tennis Courts, Rc1110c1ell1'ng of 11111111 Rccitafiou B1Ll'1d'l.Hfj, and New LiI17'U7'j'. FOR CATALOG, BULLETIN, AND BOOK OF COLLEGE AND BATTLIEFIELD VIEWS, ADDRESS PRESIDENT, HENRY VV. A. HANSON Gettysburg, Pennsylvania '1,. BREH THE TAILOR V ASK THE ALUMNI L51 XBI ISIN D 1889 A OUARTER CENTURY OF COLLEGE PHOTOGRAPHY 220 VVest 421111 Street Nlcw YORK Completely Equipped to Render the Highest Quality Craftsmanship and an Expedited Service on Both Personal Portraiture and Photography for College Annuals ' ' ' OFFICIAL PHOTOGRAPHER TO THE M1932 SPECTRUM" ... .g..g.....gng..g..g..g..g.....ang..g..9..g..gn9..g..g..q..q..g..g.....q.....q..g..g..g.. 1- nu A ' 1 Nxilulll JW fl? I fl uff -'D 1, X 5 ,, , V- . 1, 4' 54 T A l pl Mr X xl lf. 54 Mg , .T Q-,f 1 X. 1 ,r A .X f T , fin sf g sm 1 lg . Aman f .gffm "ft r bg fx -'4 1 71, Y " i i ' 'iff f - ly .. V A -isa. S , l f of fl X E3 f S ll, af-ll!! X I rsen Hx IIB ' Q O H !" 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CREATORS AND BUILDERS OF TRULY FINE ANNUALS COMPLETE ANNUAL SERVICE 1111+ WATER ST., BALTIMORE, MD. 7 rg., if g.....g.....g.....,..,........g..g.-qu...g..g..g..g..g......,.............q..g..a.. 2 QKUAIKLIIHIWY s t N? liP9lllRllllN'lll'lIl1WGE QW 7 Z , ,Z ff? -an Y DREAMS! WORK! ATTAINMEN Stand out as guide posts for those college years of striving for the goal. The future years hold forth unsurpassed joy for the memory that is refreshed hy turning the leaves of your college annual. Pages that bring hack the spirit of your Alma Mater: the ideas' of your class: the interests of your fellow classmates! These traditions are kept immemorahle by the careful selec- tions of quality products ancl experienced craftsmanship that come from the press of f T ! H. G. ROEBUCK 6c SO 1 BALTIMORE ' i i M N RROEBUCKEQ M all Remmefs Print Shop JOB PRINTING OF ALL KINDS OFFICE SUPPLIES MIMEOGRAPI-IING OPPOSITE EAGLE HOTEL Potts Manufacturing Company DC'Sig11'C'I'.Y and Builders LIGHT STRUCTURAL STEEL AND ORNAMENTAL IRON VVORK FIRE ESCAPES STEEL STAIRWAXS POTTS PATENTED 'VVATERTIGHT SIDEWALK DooR TWACHINES AND MACHINE PARTS COMSTOCK AIR CoIxIPREssoRs GAsco AIR COMPRESSORS AIR AND VVATER STATIONS KiNEXVEIiSI.IPi, DIABIOND PLATES Mechanicsburg, Cumberland County, Penna. R. W. WENTZ Quality F'IL7'71.itu7'6 DESKS 1 1 1 1 DOUBLE DECKERS 1 MATTRESSES, ETC. 121 Baltimore Street Gettysburg, Pa Opposiie Post Ojice HANOVER STEAM BAKERY BREAD ROLLS PASTRIES PVC Cafer fo Fl'IIf61'lZl.ff6S and Clubs Daily DeIiz'e1'y 257 Baltimore Street Gettyslaurg, Pa GETTYSBURG ICE and STORAGE QQMPANY ICE -1- ICE CREAM G. B. DOUGHERTY, Malzczgcr The UNITED LUTHERAN PUBLICATION HOUSE Cpublishers, TCBookseHers and Trinters MUI-ILENBERG BUILDING, PHILADELPHIA, PA. ..g..gn......gng..g..g..g..g..g..g..g..g..g..g..g.....g..g..q..g..g..g..g..5..g..g.....g..g..g..Q..g..g..g.....g..g..g..........,.g.....g..g.....g..g..g........g..g..g.. SI-IUMAN'S CUT RATE STORE LUNCHEONETTE CANDY ATHLETIC GOODS PROPRIETARY MEDICINES CIGARS 34 BALTIMORE STREET GETTYSBURG, PA. 4175 CDistinctive Typography V as done by us gives to your announcements, menus, clance folclersi, and all college printing the appear- ance of work well emecuted. The "College Bulletin" for this gear is an ea'- aniple of it. TI-IE MAPLE PRESS COMPANY YORK, PENNSYLVANIA SHENK ai TITTLE I Wm" HANovER sHoEs Everything for Sport Five Dollars W Disfincfizie Style ' S ur passing Conzfort Inconz parable Value 313 MARKET STREETi g 125 Stores in 85 Cities . ' HARRISBURG, PA. ' Factories, Hanover, Pa. Cofmplcfe S erzrice in Stuclevzft Supplies at COLLEGE BOOK STORE "On, H10 Cfzrlzpzzsv ', 1 E"4 -1334: 4 We Fill Student Needs JOHN R. STREVIG, lwmzagei' Gettysburg Gas Corporation AW? QI EEQRW I AIEI' '...4:. 7 ,,,,,.,..,..., . . r.....,,.1,i, 11,'1:A L93 A i N::::4 I::.ug.::.'s.9aZJ nxvuazwhm ,nqmog A 557 Y if' H 'WQEQ ' " Q . . .,,. - ., L l 8 4' 3.7143 X 'Mei try- H 1 ,,,,fvK,1,4,1 rp If it's done with heat you can do it better with GAS COOK'S GETTYSBURG, PENNA.Q Hart, Schaffner 86 Marx Tuxedo Suits, 9530 Arrow Tux Shirts, 353 to F55 WYAN D BAKIN G CO. WAYNESBORO, PA. Our Compliments to , The Students Of Gettysburg College Reecfs Electric Shoe Repair Shop L. H. REED, P1'0f7l'f6f01' Agent for GEORGE BIERRITT SHOES A11 VVork Guaranteed 24 Carlisle Street Gettysburg, Pa. ..g.....g. 11 1 ' 4 ...............g..g..g.....gn.........q..g.....g........g..g..q..g........g.... ....9..q..g..g..g..g..g..g..g.....9..q..q..g...... THE L. G. BALFOUR COMPANY ATTLEBORO -:- MASSACHUSETTS ll'ffIlIllfCll'flll'CI'5 of BADGES FRATERNITY IEVVELRY MEDALS RINGS MEMORIAL TABLETS CUPS FAVORS IQMBLEM INSIGNIA TROPI-IIES PROGRAMS ATHLETIC FIGURES MEDALLIONS STATIONERY DOOR PLATES PLAQUES nIf'7?O'ZUII lVlzm'cz'er There are S clmols mid Colleges" LUTHERAN TI-IEOLOGICAL SEMINARY G IETTYSRURG. PA. Olliers stanclarcl Theological Cmirses leading' to BD. and S.T.M Degrees. Able and enthusiastic faculty. A loyal student body nunibering SO of whom 60 are Gettysburg College nien. The lO6tli year begins September 9. l93l. A limited number of scliolarsliips available. For Cafaloy and ntlzfr' lIlf0l'lIIUI'IOII nrld1'f'.v.f THE REV. JOHN ABERLY, D.D. Seminary Avenue Gettysburg, Pa fo--o--o--m-o--e--o--o--e--m-c--o--o--o--o--an .g..,..9..,..,..,..q.....,.....o..,........, H. H. THOMAS HARDWARE CO. 22 York Street HARDVVARE, TRUNKS AND BAGS AUTO GLASS AUTO KEYS 4 Q' WS Q g..Q..g..g..g..g..Q..g..g.4..g..9..g..9..g..g..g..g..g..g..g..p..q..g.-gug. I-I. T. MARIN G Devoe Paints and Varnishes Sheet llletal VVork f f Electric Ranges Electric Refrigerators 1 1 f Kitchen Furnishings 37 BALTIMORE STREET GETTYSBURG, PA ARISTOCRAT ICE CREAM A complete package line sold at the College Book Shop also orders for FANCY ICE CREAM MOLDS, CAKES, ICES, ETC., FILLED PHILADELPHIA DAIRY PRODUCTS CO., Inc. .....g..g.....5..g.....g.., A. R. WARNER GENERAL CONTRACTOR and BUILDER W2yHCSbO1'O, Penna. Q- QETTYSBURG MCADEMY A College P1'epa1'ato1'y School for 125 Boarding students, accredited by the Association of Colleges and Secondary Schools of the Middle States and lVIa1'yland. 105TH XTICAR CEPICNS S1':11'1'1cM1s1f:u, 1931 Fine Dlodern Equipment Rates: S5500-fl?-600 For Culalog, lIl1!fI'!'S.Y Bm' N DR. CI-IARLES II. I-IUBER, Fleaclfnmstei' SUNBEAM Pure Food 1 SI-IANEY'S efi MEAT MARKET Fresh H ome Killed Dleats and X .2 T ' f also f I Tl1eCfl'1oice S molfcfl DI eats , DiSC'imi"a'in'4 l S People AUSTIN, NICHOLS 6? co. 52 York Street Gettysburg, Penna. Nllrgiglslilvigilggigli Phone 294 W YORK'S LARGEST AND MOST POPULAR PLACE Restaurant Q I I Caterer Soda Grill I -e , . Novelties fffvf C0f!fZ'CH0"5 R. 33 West Market Street P1'0191'iet01' Ygrk, pa, TOP OFF A GOOD MEAL VVITH REUNINGIS OUALITY PASTRIES "IFS a Perfect Finish" 181i 1.930 EXPERIENCE is important in any business. In the banking busi- ness, the channel through which all other businesses are conducted, experience is imperative. 'I The Gettysburg National Bank places at the dis- posal of its patrons the cumulative uninteiwupted experience of One H mzdwecl and Simteetn. Years The GETTYSBURG NATIONAL BANK I College I-'7'8ClS1t7'67'J Oldest S trofngest filfgf is I JW i 5355 . I , is lf 14? ba VARSITY BARBER SHOP "For Men l'Vho Care" 6 8 1 I-4 he ws F P-4 U7 f-1 O S 0 .71 2 m r1 r4 M... ASK THE ALUMNI fo-4.4--0 "SPEED" "SAM" "I-I1KEs" .,g..g..g. 9 T 2 Q Q The Coffman-Fisher Co. Complete Line of Ready to Wear Clothes for the College Stuclent ALWAYS BETTER VALUES fe ON THE SQUARE Gettysburg, Pa. MLQ1 -gag .f ,. V. 1' mag SEQ? .. LQ. . ' 'bf 1 'LB Thompson's Restaurant 26 Carlisle Street W' here M ost College Boys Eat I-IEN N IGS BAKERY BREAD ROLLS CAKES and CONFECTIONS Special Rates to F7GfCV7Llf1.ES and Clubs 35 YORK STREET Phone323 - - - --0--of-Q--o--o--o-4--0-o--o.-Q4 ..c.-o-0-Q--0-o..o-0-Q-Q--o--on PHONE 83-W FOR PROMPT TAILORING SERVICE GILBERT'S Repairing and Altering a Specialty Pressing Drg Cleaning BRUCE H, BEAHN, '32 PHONE 16OX .g........g..g..9.....g..g..g..g..g..g.....g.....g..g..g..g.. ..5..,..g..g..g..g.....g..g..g..g.. WEAVEIYS Cleaning -:- Pressing -:- Dyeing U-Drive-It Cars for Hire REASONABLE RATES MASONIC BUILDING CCENTER SQUARED GETTYSBURG, PENNA. ....Q...Hg..g..g..g..g..g..9.4..g..g..g..g.....g..g..g.... .g..g..g..g..g........g..g..g..g..g.. 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I.iferaf111'e and 1llf07'I7ICIfl.0Il on Request BI. P. DIOLLER Hagerstown f llfaryland The CBlue Tarrot Tea Room for Discriminating Tourists GETTYSBURG, PENNSYLVANIA +-' ti. Phone 63 Compliments' of Peter's Cement Product Co. Concrete Prod ucts, Construction General Line Builders, Supplies FACE BRICK STEEL XVINDOWS PLASTERING LATI-IE ROOFING PLASTER LIME STONE CEMENT SAND Service, Quality, Price 125 Chambersburg Street, Gettysburg, Pa. Phone: 255 ONE OF AMERICAS BEST TEA ROOMS Table D'H0z'e also a Ia Carte Service C. T. ZIEGLER, 'Ol mug... -0 ..g..g..g..g Univ-Iwi-'O'-own--0-'Ov-I 0'-Q-Owl--D00 vw-Ov 'Ov-0-nl-Q.-Q.-Q.-0. vfvlswl 'O 'O .gn our 'vlvlf l -0:-0 - -O--0--0--m .,..g.....g.....,..g..4..4--0--on0--0--on6no--0--6--0--0--6--o-4--0--0--o-5--0-.5........g..Q.....g.....q..5.....g..4..g--g-.4-.6--one--0--I 4- The Store Everybody is Talking About 0--0.-s..o--Q.. 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