Syracuse University - Onondagan Yearbook (Syracuse, NY)

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LIBERAL ARTS SHERNAN NERRITT STTITH ,GI-LLIBERAL ARTS HERBERT VIPARSYNS BMWNJR., FINE ARTS 4 I IIERBERT CIIFFQRI7 FULI'IER,'I'T, LIBERAL ARTS ASSYCIATE EVITQRS RACHEL HARRIET A. LELANP, AIP, LIBERAL ARTS 3 RUTH VSTI EIFF IVISRRISQN, RAGIINE ARTS - EDITH GLEN I75'I7E, AV, LIBERAL ARTS - A HARRY ARTHUR NASEJN , AXP , LIBERAL ARTS EARL WILLIATI TUCIXER YT, LIBERAL ARTS ' JYHN VAVIV QRII'II"IINS , AX , LAW A . . I VIICHAEL LAWLESS RYAN , ZAE, TTEVICINE ' JQSEPII NFQQWAN LANIGAN,XQE,APPLIEP SCIENQE WILLIS VURSTSJN ORI"ISBEE,AKE,FII'IE ARTS ALFRED DEXTER SII'IPS?N,ZAE,LIBERAL ARTS STEVEN CQRNELL HUBSTISAAQLIBERAL AICTS W W 4 Gin Mrs. Eloise 39. Janttingham, 1911. jill.. '80, A TRUSTEE ov SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY, IN APl'REClATl0N ov Han SINcIaI1Ia INTEREST IN TI-II: UNIVERSITY, TI-Is STUDENTS AND THEIR ACTIVITIES, Wa, THB CLASS OF 1913, DBDICATE Tms Boox Af! 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Enblr Ull '96 '77 '82 '97 'Ol '07 'OS 'OS 'OS '09 'IO 'I l 'l l '12 '14 I9 15- I35mi',B'i7 .lohn D. Archbold Charles Andrews James B. Brooks Benoni I. Ives . Wilfred W. Porter Charles Andrews IC. R. Redhead Francis Hendricks Trustees X X QDffllZ2Il!5 Df fb! 2l5UtlliU Qfffflltilll cUmmltt22 The Chancellor . . President First Vice-President Second Vice-President Third Viarzf-President Secretary and Treasurer James B. Brooks Horace S. Wilkinson Hendrick S. Holden jfinante ann Jlnhmtment culnmmittez Alexander T. Brown James lld. Gilbert George J. Sager Willis A. Holden Charles Andrews The Chancellor Qluuiting cltnmmittez Ahram l. Decker Illlglllfilllfl GUIUIIIUUZ Edwin Nottingham 12551 GUlUmltt22 Edwin Nottingham Donald Dey Daniel M. lidwards William ll. 'Peck lC. R. Redhead James B. Brooks mth!! mwflw Df tb! Ul1IIllJ2U5lfl2 Carlton C. Wilhor, Ph.D ......... Registrar Rev. DeWitt B. Thompson, D.D. . . ,l"inan1rial Serrvtrzry Harte Cunningham . . . . . SIIfH'l'illfl'Ill16'Ilf of lfuilzlings John Cunningham . . . SlIfJIf7'i7lflfIII1l'Ilf of Groufuls Elgin Sherk, Ph.B. . . f11'lll'I'lll S1'rrr't11ry of the Y. IW. C. ff. Joy K. Smith . . General Seoretrlry of the Y. W. C. A Twelve X ag? if R FN? I-U M A A Qinllege nf liberal Qrts JAMES ROSCOE DAY, S.T.D., D.C.L., LL.D., CHANCELLOR. Bowdoin. Clmrles Henry Fowlw' I"oum1nlion. FRANK SMALLEY, Ph.D., LL.D., A Y, fb B K, DEAN OF THE COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS. Syracuse. Gardner Baker Profzfsxor of the Latin Language and Lif07'l1f1ll'f. Thirtcm jfutlllfy-CEDIIBBZ ut YUDZEEII QUIK WELLESLEY PERRY CODDINGTON, S.T.D., A.M., ID N 69, III B K, and Hamilton. Willi111l1 Penn Abbott l,l'0fl'.S'.V07' of Pllilosoplzy. WILLIAM HARRISON MACIE, Ph.D., III B K. Michigan and Jena. Wilfi111l1 G7'ij?1'7l lJ7'0f1?.V.S'0l' of .llixtory 111111 Pofiliml S1'il'7lL'l'. 69 B KID. Wesleyan CHARLES WESLEY HAIlGl'I"l', Ph. D., Sc. D., fb B K, '21 E. Moorc's Hill and Ohio. l'l7'0fl'A'.S'07' of Zoology 111111 lJiI't?l'10!' of Ll1ll07'llfll7'il!.S'. HENRY ALLEN PECK, Ph.D., A Y, Ib all K, bl E. Syracuse and Strassburg. University of ,lfr11.s't1z.s' l'l7YlIlk!iIl l.lol111'11 lJl'!lfl'.S'.YllI' of fl.vl1'o1IonIy, 111111 Dirczflor of the Ob.s'e1'v11lory. EDGAR AI.I"RElJ ICMENS, A.M., II, N 00, ID B K. Wesleyan anal lyeipsig. IJ7'0fl'.l'S0l' of the Greek Lllllgilllglf 111111 LifKI'llflI1'lf- FRANKLIN JAMES HOLZWARTII, Ph.D., II, K III, ID B K. Syracuse. l'rofI'.s'.s'or of the G6'l'lllll7liI.' Lll1lyllllyl'.S' 11n1l l4ifl?IYlflH'6.S'. ERNEST NoEI.E PATTEE, M.S., A Y, fb 'li K, 21 E. Rochcsrcr. l'lI'0fl'.5'.S'0l' of Clzzfnzistry. l'lIJGAR CoIT MKJRRIS, A.M., A Y, fb B K. Hamilton and l"lZl1'VZll'll. f1'.I'.ve fll7'1ll'.i'Il6H Park l,7'0fl'.S'.!'07' of .lfngli.s'lI Lbflfl'IlfIll'l'. CIIARLES WILLIAM CAIIEEN, iPh.D., fl: I3 K. Wisconsin, Harvard of Grenoble. Profzfssor of the Romrznrnf Ldlllgllflylhl' 111111 Lifl?l'llfIll'l?.S'. WILLIAM HIENRY METZl,IER, Ph.U., F. R. S. C., F. R. E., fb B K, and Clark. l'll'IlIlL'i.S' U. Root l,I'!Iflf,S'.S'!Il' of M11llI1II1111ti1'.v. ISMAR JOHN PERITZ, Ph.D., ID B K. Harvard. Prof1'.s'.s'1n' of Slffllitim' 117111 lViff11r1f l"l!l'.X' ll7'0fl'.l'.l'0l' of H111 Ellgfifll JOHN ALEXANDER ROBINSON SCOTT, fb I' A. Baron Posse Normal. l,l'0f1'.5'SOI' of dllIlofi1'.I llllll Dirzfrtor of ilu' Gym1111si111I1. ALEXANDIER CLARENCE FLICK, Ph.D., Litt. D., ID B K. Ottcrhein Columbia. ljrofesyor of E1lI'0f7l'Il7l llislory. Fourteen and Uni vcrsi ty bl E. Toronto Bible. University and jfacultp--Qtullzgz nt liberal mt!! THOMAS CRAMER HOI'KINS, lPh.D., fb A 09, ID B K, E E. DePauw and Chicago. Profzfsxor of. Geology. l':DWARD DRAKIE Ron, JR., PlI.D., A K E, fb B K, E. E.. Syracuse, Harvard and University of Erlangen. 1 John RI1.1lIllflllll FI'1flll'll l,l'0fl'S.YfN' of fVIrIflI1'n111fiI's. HARRY MDNMOUTII SNIITI--I, M.A., 'PlI.D., B C0 II, 411 B K, bl E-Z, 11 fb X. Wesleyan and University of Heidelberg. Profe.v.I'or of Cl14'mi.rIry. Glilbkflli AR'I'I-IUR WII,sDN, S.T.B., 'Ph.D. Boston. l'rof1'.s'.ror of Logif am! M1't11pll3I.viz'.I'. NQIDAN NIARIIE RICHARDS, Litr. B. Smith College and Syracuse. IDEAN OF WOINIEN 111111 l,I'0ft'.l'.S'll7' of lfngli.I'lI. AR'I'llUR SAvI.Izs .l3A'l"l'IERSON, Pli.D., fb B K. Oberlin and University of Grenoble. l,I'0fl'.X'.l'OI' of l"I'l'I1l'h. FRDDIIRICK AI,IaIcR'I' SAUNDIIRS, PlI.D., fb B K. E. E. Toronto and johns Hopkins, .lovl Dorman Sfrvfz' PI'0fl'.Y.l'0I' of l,IIjl.l'il'.V. HUGH MASSIEY ',lllI.R0lE, A.li., bl N, fb li K. Nm-rliwestern. l,I'0f!'.l'.l'!ll' of Rlwlorir' Illlll Public' Sju'n,l'i1Iy. ISDSON NliNV'l'fDN TUCKIIY, Ph.D., fb 'I' A, fb B K. Minnesota :Incl Yale. l'rofr'.s'sor of lf4'o11omiI's. VVILIIIAM l.VlAR'l'IN SMALLWOOD, PlI.l3., flf K Klf, fl! li K, E E. Syracuse Zlllll l'l1ll'V1ll'll. l'rofr.v.s'or of C0lllfNl7'llfi'lf'l' Arlalonly. 'WII.I.IAIvI L. BRAY, .PlI.D., fb B K, bl E. lnclizinn :Incl Cliicugo. P1'of1'.v.I'm' of Bofrlny. KA'l'I'lIERINlE SIIII.Izv, 1' fb B. Baron Posse Normal. l,l'0fl'.S'.l'OI' of Physifal Culture. CURTIS CLARKE BUsIINIiI,I., 'PlI.D., 111 B K. Yale. P1'ofz'.v.s'or of ClrI.vxiI'.v. PIsRI.IzY f7AKl.ANlJ PLACE, A.M., I-J A X, fb Il K. Dnrtnmoutli and Harvard. Profrmror of Latin. WARREN GARIJNIER BULLARD. Ph.D., fb li K, E EZ. Brown :Ind Clark. Pr0fzf.s'sor of Mllflll'IIlllfil'.l'. 'On lcnvc of absence. F i f I e e n jraculty-Qtnllzgz nt liberal 521115 HORACE AINSWORTH EATON, A.B., PILD., fb B K. Harvard. l'rof1'.v.I'm' of lfnglixh. JOIIANNIES LASSEN BOYSEN, PILD., 'fb B K. Harvarcl and University of Wi:1fZbUIg. A ljrofexsor of Germanic Philology. CHARLES HENRY RICHARDSON, Ph.D., X TIT K, 2 A E, II QD X,E E.. F.G.S.A., F.A.A.A.S., F.A.C.S. Dartmouth, Chicago and Johns Hopkins. Professor of Mirlerzllogy. EARL E. SPERRY, PILD., A K E. Syracuse and Columbia. l"rofe.v.mr of l1i.s'fm'y. JEREMIAH ZIMMIERMAN, A.M., D.D., LL.D., XI' B. Gettysburg. l'rofe.s'sor of Numismfltics. HIERMON CHARLES CODIIER, PILD., 111 I3 K, II fb X. Beloit and University of Heidelberg. dxxoriate lJI'0fl'.S'.S'0l' of Clmlrlixlry. CHARLES GARDNER ROGERS, PILIJ., A Y, -fb B K, E E. Syracuse and Califm-nia. A.s'.s'o1'i11l1f l'1'ofe.s'.mr of l'lly.I'iology. 'MROYAL AR'I'IIUR PoR'I'ER, NLS., fb I! K. 'Nfbl'fllNVl!Sflfl'I1. fl.S'.Wll'illf1' l'rnfr'.s'.vrn' of l'lly.viz'.s'. FLORENCE HIGGINS Bu'rLER, A.M., L.l,.B. Valparaiso. A.S'.i'017ifIlC' l'rnf11.v.s'or of RllL'fflI'i1.' and Pulzlirr Sfwrlkilzg. CHARLES JULIUS KULLMISR. PILD. Harvard and Universiry of Tiibingcn. fl.s'.vo1riatrf l'r0f1f.s'.vor of Gl!1'lIlIl7l. WILLIAM CHARLES LOWE, PILM., III K Wlf. Syracuse. A.f.S'lN'illfl? l'rofes.vor of German. ICIIEN HENRY ARCI--llIlAl,IJ, PILD., 'Il ID X, 21 E. Dalhousie College and Harvard. ffmozrifzte l'rofes.vor of Clleznisfry. HAROLD LOOMIS CLEASIW, Ph.D., A X P, fl, 13 K. Trinity and Harvard. ffssoriate Professor of Latin. CHARLES H. CARTER, Ph.D., 111 B K. Haverford and Harvard. Associale Professor of English. 'On lcavc of absence S i x t c e n 1 jiarultp-cnlnllzge nf liberal Elms ICDWIN P. '1lANNlER, Ph.D., B 09 ll, fb 'B K. Columbia. fl.s'.vo1'i11fr' l,l'0fl'.S'.VOI' of l'li.vtory. HIERIXIERT' AN'I'l'I1DNY CLARK, A.M., E E. Nebraska. f4.v.ro4r1f1f1' l'rofz'.v.vor of I,lljM'i1',l'. PHILIP A. PARSONS, Pb.D., E N. Christian University anal Columbia. ,f .v,ro1'i11 1' ro 1'.v.vfn' 0 L ofio or y. I I I' 9 I J lVlAUl.SlKY VVIl.I,lE'l"l' BLACKMAN, Pb.D., PI E. Kansas and Harvard. ,4s,vo1'i11Ir' l,l'Ufl'.S'.l'0l' of Zoology. IDANIIEI. PRA'l"I', A.M., E E. Princeton and Syracuse. fl.v.ri.rfa1ll l"1'ofe.s'.s'rn' of AfIllfll!'lIlf1fil'.l'. AlJfDl,l'll CHARLES BAl5lil5NRO'l'H, A.M., bl flv IC. Northwestern and Harvard. fl.r.s'i.rf1111l lJl'0f!'.l'.S'0l' of lfnglisll. BURNIE'l"l' Smrrll. Ph.D., A Y, E E. Pennsylvania. fl.s'.ri.vir111f l,l'0f!'.V.l'0I' of Geology. ROGER FRIEIJIEIRIC liRUNIEl,, Pb.U., A K E, II sb X, fb ,li K, Z1 E. Colby and johns Hopkins. 1'l.l'.l'i.l'fllllf l'rofr.v.ror of Clu'mi.vlry. HIERISIERW' C. WARD, NLS. Wesleyan. 14x.vi.vf11l1l l'rofr'.v.ror of Brlzffwiology. CTVEORGE F. MlE1'Zl.lEll, Pb.D., 22 E. Toronto and Johns Hopkins. fl.s'.vi.vfr1l1f l,I'0fl'.V.S'0l' of l14llfIll'lllllfil'.Y. FLoYo FISKIE IJIECKIER, Ph.D., E E. Syracuse. A.i'.S'0l'illfl' Prof1'.v.ror of fllfztllzfnlrztizzr. WlI.l.IAM JOHN GKJRSIE, A.M. Oberlin and Syracuse. f1.r.s'i.vta11i Pr'of1'.r.vor of Gerzllrln. WALTER D. HARRIS. A. M., Acacia, E E. Carlton College and Nebraska. A3'.l'i.Vfll7lf I,7'0fl'S.l'07' of Physics. THOMAS AUGUSTUS MAsoN, A.M., 69 A X, fb B K. Dartmouth and Harvard. A.s'.vi.s'tant l,I'0fl'.S'.f07' of Romizmw' LllIlg1lHgl?.Y. LEIGH H. PENNiNoToN, PILD., bl E. Michigan. Als.vi.rt11rzl Profe.r.vor of Botany. Ross .llEWEI.I,, Pb.D., KID K XII. Syracuse and Pennsylvania. A.l'.S'i.Yfll1lf l,I'0fl'.S'.C07' of lfllglixll. OL1N SAFFORD BLAKIESLEE. Instrurfor in l,I'l'l'i.t'i0lI lfffork. Design and COIl.Vf7'Ill'fi0II of Sl'il'llfiflll7 14pp11rr1f11s. LEPINE HALL RICE, Ph.B., rl' Y, fl! B K, E E, Syracugg, In.vtr1u't0r in Matl1z'1r1f1fi1's. Seventeen jhzzultg-cnlnllzgz nt liberal into I-IOMER ALVAN HARVEY, A.B., fb B K. Missouri. Instructor in Romance Languages. JAMES RAIDER MOOD, Ph. D., SD K 111. Charleston College and Johns Hopkins. Instructor in Latin. ERNEST ALLEN. Instructor in Swimming. MRS. ERNEST ALLEN. Instructor in Swimming. MARION ELISE 'VVRIGI-IT. Baron Posse Normal. Instructor in Physical Culture. GEORGE BARNUM HOYT, A.B. Harvard. Instructor in English. BERT EMSLEY, A.B., fb B K. Harvard. Instructor in English. HENRY ADEI,BERT WHITE, A.M., A T A. Wesleyan and Yale. Instructor in English. WILLIAM ROBERT P. DAVEY, Ph.D., S.T.B., SIR I' A, 'KIA B K. Broyvn and Harvard Instructor in Greek. THOMAS P. CAKLEY, A.B., fb B K. Columbia. Instructor in History. ' A. E. BRAIN ERD, B.S., X Z 2, 2 E.. St. Lawrence and Syracuse. Assistant in Geology. WARD GRISWOLD CAMERON, A.M. Harvard. Instructor in French and Italian. CHARLES E. ROAKE, B.S., fl' B K. New York University. Instructor in Chemistry. MARY D. SHOEMAKER, Ph.B. Syracuse. Assistant in Ilistory. ' SHERMAN LLOYD KENNEDY, A.B., GJ A, C9 B dr, A E P. Syracuse. Assistant in Rhetoric and Public Speaking. LOUIS LINDSEY, A.M., E E. Syracuse. Assistant in Illathematics. NEIL D. CRANMIER, Ph.B., GJ A, II A ll. Syracuse. Assistant in History. VERNER JACOB WARNER, A.B., to A, KD B K. Syracuse. Assistant in Latin. Eighteen jiacultg-Qtnllegz nt liberal into MODIZSTO SOLE, Instituto de Barcelona y Lerida CSpainJ. Assistant in Spanish. CARL C. RADDERy A.B. Syracuse. Assistant in History. CLINTON W. PERRY. B.S., Acacia, II 111 X. Syracuse. Assistant in Minz'rology. ELIZABETH R. MIERRITT, PlI.B., A A A, E E. Syracuse. Assistant in M athrfmatics. NEIL E. GORDON. Ph. B., E. E. Syracuse. Assistant in Mrztlzzfzlizztirs. RICHARD ANDREW IEMERSON, PILB. Syracuse. A.v.I'i.vtant in Economics. WALTER J. DUMM, B.S., N bl N. Pennsylvania State. Assistant in Chemistry. MARIAN DICKERMAN, Ph.B. Syracuse. Assistant in English. MORGAN R. SANFORD, M.S. Syracuse University. Lerrturrr on M1?flf0l'0l0yy and Climatology. MARY J. SIRLEY, Ph.D. Syracuse. DIRECTOR OF THE LIBRARY SCHOOL and Profvssor of Library Economy. MARGARET A. IEMERSON, II A E. Mount Holyoke College. Assistant Profrfssor of Library Erononzy. CAROLINE WANDEl.I., B.L.S. Illinois. Instructor in Cataloguing. ELIZABETH SMITH, B.L.S. Illinois. Instruftor in Library Economy. ELIZABETH G. THORNE, A.B., B.L.S. Vassar and New York State Library School. Instructor in Cfassifiration and Refrrzrrzre. EDITH EMILY CLARKE, Ph.B., dv B K. Syracuse and New York State Library School. Chief Catalogurr and Instrurtor in Gowrnnufnt Dofzum-nts. FLORENCE J. WHEATON, II A E.. Syracuse. Order Department and Srfrzftary, Library. GERTRUDE ROSENBERG, Alathea. Syracuse. Drsk Assistant, Library. ANNA M. GREEN, II B fb, IT A E.. Syracuse. Assistant in Library. ETHEI. KNIGHT. Syracuse. Assistant in Library. Nineteen Gliullege uf Jfimz Silrts GEORGE ALBERT PARKER, Mus.D., QD M A, DEAN or' THE COLLEGE OF FINE ARTS. Stuttgart Conservatory, Faisstg Guilmant COrganD, Paris. Professor of Organ. CONRAD Louis BECKER, Mus. M. Kocnigliche Hoch Schule, Bcrling Joachim. Hermann, Saurct. Professor of Violin and lfnsenzble Playing. WII,LIAM HENRY BERWALD, Mus. M. Stuttgart Conscrvatoryg Royal Academy of Music, Munich. Profeisor' of Theory of M11.s'ic and Piano. ADOLF FREY, MllS.NI. fb M A. Stuttgart Conservatoryg Raff Conservatory, Frankfurt-:lin-Main. . I,l'0fl'.f.S'0I' of Pirmo and History of Mu.vic. 'JEANNETTE Sco'rT, Mus.M. Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Artsg Courtois, Prmet, Paris. Profesxor of Painting. 'On leave of absence T w c n t y jfilflllty-CEDIIBQZ nt jffllt SSW MINNIE NIASON BIEEIIIE. Ph. D., 'F 111 B, fb B K. Syracuse and University of Ziirich. l'rofz'.s'sor of History and Frenrlz. JULIE HINMRACH HINE. l,l'0fl'.1'.I'0I' of iluf German Lllllgllllgl' and Lif1'I'llfllI'l'. FREDERICK Wn.I.IAM Risvms, B. Ar., A A I A, fb K vlf. Syracuse. l,l'0fl'.V.I'0I' of xJl'l'llifI'l'fIll'l' and Dir1'1'for of fha' llvparlmuul of Jrrllifn'f1n'1'. HARoI.o LANCASTIQR liUTI.IzR, LL. li., Gottselialk, Hackett, Chicago, Sauvagc, New York, Charles VV. Clark, Dubulle, Paris. l'r'ofr'.r.vor of Vornl lWu.vi1'. CARI. FIXRACY HAWLIEY. B. P., fb I' A. Syracuse, Art Students League, Colarossi, Paris. l,l'Ufl'.l'.l'0l' of Life lJl'lI7Uil1g and lHlI.S'fl'llfi0lI mul Ll'l'fllI'l'l' in flrf fllIlIf0lII'l'. EARL HAl.l.IiNI!lECK, B. Ar., M. S., fb K III. Syracuse. l'rof1'.v,vo1- of 1'Il'l',lifl'lfflIl'l'. HARRY LEONARD VIIIIIARD. Nlus. H., fl! KAP. Syracuse, Ansorge fl'ianoj, Berlin, Widor filrganj, Paris. lJl'0fl'.V.l'0l' of pillllfl and Organ. Josevn CARI. SIzI'rIsR. Mus. B., Syracuse, Lesehetizky, Vienna. l,7'0fl'S.WlI' of l,illll0 mul 7llIl'0l'j' of jl4ll.l'il'. ICRNST MAI-IR. Royal Aezuleiny of Arts, Berlin. l'rof1',v.vrn- of l'!i0!UI11'l'H0 mul l2ll.Yl'lIlblt' Playing. IRIzNIs SARGIENT. X SZ. Harvard, University of Paris. l'rofm',vrn' of flu' I I i.s'iory of lnilll' flrlx ami lflllillll. AI.IfRI2o CowIaI.I. f:00DWlN. Lieentiate of the Royal Academy of Music, Londong Leipzig Conservatory, Lesehetizky, Vienna. l,I'0fl'.l'3'0l' of ljillllll. CHARLES BIERTRAIVI VVALKIER. B.P., lb I' A. Syracuse. Julian Colarossi, Paris. J.v.voI'i11lr' Prof1's.rm' of Caxfr' 1JI'll'll'ilIy mul Cnulposifion. NIARY KIETCI-IAM, Litt. B. Ohio Wesleyan :Incl Columbia. fl.l'.S'0l'illfl' l,l'flfl'3'.l'Ul' of Drzvign. KFRED Rov LIQAR. B. Ar., E I' A. Syracuse. fl.r.s'o1'i11f1' l"roff'.v.vor of Grzzfrlliltv. BI5I.I.I2 LOUISE BRIEWSTER, K K l'. lVIlCl1i1I1lI1j Alfred Blume, Berlin, Ranclcgger, Henschel, London. l'rofz'.s'.ror of ljflflll flluxic. MARIE LINIJEMIER BAI2IxIsNRo'I'H, M 'dv IG. Royal Conservatory, Dresdcng Brag- giotti, Florence. A.l'.1'0I'illfl' l'rofv.v.vor of l"or11l flluxir. ILIFF CURTIS GARRISCJN, Mus.B. A 'I' A, fb M A. Cliieago Musical Collegeg Harold Bauer, Parisg Lhevinne, Berlin. 14.v.rori11ff Profmxmr of Piano mul 7l,It'07'-V of Mll.Vll'. 'On lenve of absence. T w e n t y - o n e jfacultp-clllnllzgz nt jfine ilrtfl jusrus M. SCRAFFORD, B.Ar., fb A GJ, fb K A, 0 N E. Syracuse and Ecole des Beaux-Arts. Associate Professor of Architecture and .Freehand Drawing. JosEPH MAERZ, fb M A. Carlos Serrano, New York. Associate I'rofr'ssor of Piano. MAY LOUISE MCCHIiSNlEY, lVIus.B., I' fb B. Syracuse, lVIatthay, London. Instructor in Piano. RAY FINEL. Loughrin, Thayer, Boston, Saengcr, New York. Instructor in Vocal Ilffusic. REGINALD W. B1l.uN. Sir Frederick Bridge, Londong Frank King Clark, Paris. Instructor in Vocal llflusic. FLORENCE SHERWOOD Wooo. B. O., II B fb, X Y. Syracuse and Emerson College of Oratory. Instructor in Orntory and Pllysicrzl Cultura. ALTON EUGENE DAREY, Mus. B., A Y. Syracuse. Instructor in Violin. GEORGE KASSON VANIJEUSEN. A K E. Syracuscg Widor, Paris. Instructor in Organ. . LUELLA REEN DELANO, A A A. Syracuse. Instructor in China Painting. LAURA VANKURAN. Clara lllunger, Bostong Peritti, Naples, Brogi, Florenceg Giraudet, Paris. Instructor in Vocal Ilflusic. MAUDE P. CODY, X Y. Emerson College of Oratory. Instructor in Uratory. WILLIAM HEKKING, B P, fll F A. Syracuse, Ecole des Beaux-Arts and Academic Julian, Paris. Instructor in Cast Drawing. MARY HAMM, B P. Syracuse. Instructor in Still Lifr' and Cast Drawing Twenty-two X -,. Cliullzge uf fillehinine JOHN LORENZO HEFFRON, A. M., M. D., Sc. D., A K E, N E N, dv B K, A S2 A. Colgate and Syracuse. IJIEAN ov THE Counlzon ov MEDICINE. Professor of Clinical Mezlicifzzr. A1.FRlzD MIERCIER. M. D. Geneva. Profrfxsor ElIll'7'if1lX of Stair' fllzfzlirfillv. JOHN VAN DUYN. A. M., M. D., N E N, A Q A. Princeton and Kentucky. Profzmvor of llixtory of M1f1li1'i11z'. A. CLIFFORD Mmzclsk, M. D., N E N. Syracuse. Professor oy' l'r'1li1ztri1's. HENRY L. ELSNER, M. D., N E N. Columbia. Professor of Merlicifzrf. DAVID M. TOTMAN. A. M., M. D., A A 111, N E N, A SI A. Yale and Syracuse. Professor of Surgery. FRANK W. MARI.0W, M. D., M. R. C. S., A K K. Syracuse. Librarian ,' Profrmvor' of Uphthalnmlogy. NATHAN JACOBSON, M. D., N S. N. Syracuse. Prof1's.vor of Surgery. AARON B. MILLER. M. D., N E N. Maryland. Profzcvsor of Gyrlrrologjf- Twenty-three jfilflllflj-E0ll2B2 nt wlbffiht GEORGE M. PRICE, M. D., A K K. Syracuse. l"1'of1'.r.I'or of C1i11i1'111 SlU'gll'l'jI. TIIoMAs H. HALSTIQIJ, M. D., N 2 N. Toronto. l,I'0f1'.S'.WlI' of LllI'.l'll-00111-Ujl. Rllilmlngy 111111 Urology. , FRANK P. KNowI.ToN, A. M., M. D., A Y, N 21 N, A S2 A. Hamilton and Syracuse. l,I'0fl'.S'.S'UI' of l"l1y.I'if1lr1gy 111111 Dil'1'l'lfll' of III1' l'l1y.I'i11111gi1'11l Ll1blll'l11llI'jl. HAI.IxIzR'I' S. S'l'IEI2NSl,ANlJ, B.S., M.D., A Sl A, bl E. Wisconsin and johns Hopkins. l,l'Ufl'.S'.WlI' of l'11IlI111oyy 111111 l311rt1'1'if1111gy 111111 lJ1l'1'l'1lIl' of l'11l1111logi1'111' LlI1lllI'llf!ll'j1. l':RNl5S'l' NoIzI.Iz l,A'I"l'lElZ, M.S., A Y, fb IS K, II fb E, E E. Rochester. l'1'of1'.I'.I-01' 11 f Cl11'111i.I'f1'y. 'l'll.liS, M. IJ., fb I' A, N 22 N. linsworth Central University. HENRY W. S l,7'llf1'.S'.S'fH' of .'l111Il11111y 111111 lJi1'1'1'l111' of fl1111fo111iC111 L1I11o1'11f111'y. CIIARLES W. HARGI'I"I', Ph. D., Sc. D., fb li K, E E. Ohio University. l"1-11f1'.I'.v111' of lflllbl'j'010gj'. HENRY CLAY BAUM, M. D., fb X. Michigan. l'1'of1'.v.I'111' of D1'1'11111t11logy. GINIRGIE B. BROAD, M. D., N E N. Syracuse. I,l'0fl'.S'.l'flI' of C1i11if'11l Gy111'1'111r1gy. WII.I.IAIvI A. CURTIN, M. D., A K K. Syracuse. l,l'0f1'.S'.l'!l!' of C1i11i1'111 1W1'11i1fi1I1'. WILLIAM A. c:ROA'l', B.S.. M.D., A K E, N E N, fb K A. Syracuse. pl'0fl'.S'.S'0I' of C1I1'111i1'11l 111111 Mi1f1'r1.i'1'r1pi1'11l Di1Ig1111.s'i.s' 111111 lJi1'1'1'lo1' of C1Il'II11l'lI1 Lllb!lI'lI10I'j'. ALBERT S. f'l0'l'AI.lNG, lVI.lJ., fl' K Wlf, N Z1 N, fb Il K. College of Pliysivizllis and Surgeons, Baltimore. l,7'0fl'.S'.1'l'l' of f11l.Vfl'fI'1I'.!'. AI.IIIiR'I' li. LARKIN, l'h.l3., M.lJ., fb A 00, N bl N, ID K Ii. Colgate and Syracuse. l"1-of1'.I'.v111' of Cli1Iiz'111 M1'11ifi111f. I. HARRIS LIEVY, l'h.li., M.D., A K K. Syracuse. fl.v.ro1'i11f1' l,l'llfl'.S'.WlI' of C1i11i1'11l M1'11i1fi111'. EDWVARD JUDSON WYNI4ooI', M.D., rl' Y, A M II Sl. Syracuse. A.v.m1'i11t1' l,l'0f1'.l'.S'III' of l,l'I1ill1I'il'.V. Twenty-four jfilflllfy-CUZDUBEZ ut QIQBUUIIZ WH.l.mM H. MILLS. M. D., Syracuse. f4.v.s'oz'if1tr' l,I'0fl'A'A'0l' of Hygiwlzl and Publiz' IIFIIHII. EDWARD S. VAN IJUYN, B.S.. M.D., A K IC, N E N. Princeton and Syracuse. 1'l.K'.i'01'iIlfl' l'rofr.s',vor of Cjlilliflll S11rg1'ry. FREIJIERICK Fl.AulsR1'Y, BLD., li C-J TI, N E N. Syracuse. 1'l.r.v01'irl1f1' l,l'0fl'.N',S'0l' of Uffllirrlf Slll'yl'I'j'. CLARIQNOIQ IC. COON, MJD., N E N. Syracuse. ,l.r.vori11l1' l,I'0fl'A'.V0l' of Cylillifllf SlU'yu'y mul Rowlfyrllnlogy. Wll.l,m1vl IJIEWIEY AI.SliV'lfIl, B.S., NLD., A K IG, N E. N. Syracuse. l'ruf1'.r.ror of ,l'lll'I'llf3l5lIfil'.V. CHARLES G. ROOIQRS, Pl1.D.. A Y. Syracuse :md California. .'l.s'.vm'i11lr' l'roff'.v.ror of lfnlbryufogy. AR'l'llUR B. BRIQIQSIE, NLD. Cullcgc' Of l'l1y:1ici:u1s :mal Surgeons, New York. fl.v.s'i.rl1u1l lJI'f1ft".S',t'lll' of Cfil.'ir'11l C1j'Ill'l'0lUyj'. FRIBOIQRICIQ W. SEARS, NLD., A K K. Syracuse. .'l.r.ri.rlm1f l'rofr'.v.ror of Cfilliml Gj'111'r'ofogy. H lcRslsv G. Loclcrc, A.B., M.IJ., A K IG, E XII. Harvard. f'l.V.S'0l'ilIfl' l'rofr.r.s'or of l'.vyrlliz1Ir'y and P.k'j't'll0-,1wlll'l'llfPllj'. HENRY BURTON DOUs'r, MJD., N 22 N. Syracuse. .'l.v.ri.rln11i l'rofr.r.ror of .l'l'l11lr'1'ir'r1 l1ll'lIil'l1 111111 lJil'l'l'fIH' of flu' 7'IIlll'I'l'Il,0.K'i.V Cllllll MARION S. IJOOLHV. A. B., fb li ll. 'MissOuri. fl.r.s'i.vI1111I l,l'llfl'.V.N'lH' of l'l1y.viology. FRIED M. IYIIEADIER, NI. S., M. IJ., A li K. Wesleyan and johns Hopkins. ,'l.r.ri.rl1l11f lIl'0fl'.VA'0l' of ljllflllllflgil' and lz'm'lf'riol0gy. NIAULSBY W. BLACKMAN, l'h.D. Kansas and Harvard. 1'l.VA'i.X'flJl1f l'rofr'.r.mr of llixlnlogy. KI. C. CARSON, M. D., A K K. l,l'l'fIIl'l'I' on Alfllflll Di.v1'f1.rr'.r. HON. 'Wu.l.mM S. ANIJRl2W'S, A.M., X11 Y, fb A fb. Harvarml. l.l'f'flll'l'l' on LUHIII A4l'llil'ill1'. RAl.l'H R. FI'1'cH, M.D., A K K. Hzlrvard. 1,!'1'flH'!'l' on Il7'll1Uf7!'l1ilf SIlI'y!'!'j'. wcnty jfacultg-cltnllegz nt Qlpznicinz RICHARD H. HUTCHINGS, M.D. Georgia and College. of City of New York Lecturer on Psychiatry. JOSEPH C. PALMER, AB., M.D., A A QD. Yale and Syracuse. Instructor in Clinical Surgery. HAROLD G. KLINE, M.D., N 2 N. Syracuse. Instructor in Laryngology, Rllinology and Otology. EDWIN HEIJIJCJN SHEPARD. B. S., M. D., A Y, N E N, fb B K. Syracuse. Instructor in Chemical and lllicroscopical Diagnosis. f3EORGE SIDNEY BRITTEN, M.D., A K K. Syracuse. Instructor in Laryngology. Rllinology and Urology. JACOB J. LEVY, Ph.B., M. D., A K K. Syracuse. Instructor in Mcclzfzno and lrlyrlro-Tlzcrapy. GEORGE H. ROCKWELL, M.D., A K K. Syracuse. Instructor in Laryngology. RIllHOIllg,1I anrl Utology. , SAMUEL B. CRATON, B.S., M.D., QD A C-7. Wofford College and Syracuse. Instructor in Uplltlzalmology. ' JULIUS H. KEVAND, M.D. Syracuse. Instructor in fjfilllllllflllllfllgjl. HOWARD GRECZORY CASE, M.D., N bl N. Syracuse. Instructor in flnatolny. CHARLES D. POST, Ph.B., M.D., B 69 II, N 21 N. Syracuse. Instructor in Ilflcflicinc. ALFRED M. WOSE, B.S., M.D. Harvard. Instructor in IJiscasc.s of thc Urinary Organs. JOSEPH R. WISEMAN, A.B., M.D.. N 2 N. Harvard and Syracuse. Instructor in lVIc'1licinc. CARL IC. MUIENCH, M.D., A K K. Syracuse. Instructor in Obstetric Clinic. ROBERT KEMP BREWER, M.S., Z KV, N bl N. Wisconsin. Instructor in Physiological Chemistry. Twenty-six jfdflllfy-EDU252 nt Qllplmfiht ROBERT H. HASKEI,L, A.B., M.D., A T A, N E N, dv B K, A Q A, E E. Columbia and Michigan. Instructor in Anatomy. FRANK L. HARTER, M.D., A K K. Union and Albany Medical College. Instructor in Clinical Illrrlicinc. HERMAN G. WEISKOTTEN, Ph.B., M.D. Syracuse. Instructor in Patlzology and Brlrtrfriology. ROBERT BURNS, M.D., N 22 N. Syracuse. Instructor in Surgcry. NIURRAY A. CAIN, Ph.B., M.D., Z Ill, N E N. Syracuse. Instructor in Physiology. 'THOMAS F. FOREMAN, M.D., N E N. Syracuse. Instructor in Clinical Dingmnsix of Contrzgioux lJlNl'l1.N'.t'. JAMES D. V. SHEIEHAN, M.D., A K K. Syracuse. Instructor in Illcdicinc. JOHN J. BUIETTNER, M.D. Syracuse. I nxtructor in A nacstllcsia. HENRY W. SHOENECK, M.D., N E N. Syracuse. Dircctor of the Ub.s't1'trir'nl Clinic. CHARLES J. WELLS, PIER., M.D., A K IG, N 3 N. Syracuse. Instructor in f,bSf1'fI'il'l1l Clinic. HARRY MYRCJN, Ph.B., M.D., dv K XII. Syracuse. Instructor in Ubslrtricnl Clinic. CFHOMAS P. FARM ER, M.D., A K K. Syracuse. Ill.vtruclor in Ub.vf1'fric11l Clinic. Twenty-sow n allege nf Ziatn IAMICS B. BROOKS, A.M., LL.I3., IJ.C.L., Nl' Y, fb A fb, 111 I3 K. DEAN ov THE Col,I.l5or5 olf LAW. Dzlrtmoutlm, Albany Law School :mal Syracuse. l'rofr'x.vnr' of Lima cl,I'lH'l'llIll'l' nl fjflllllllllll Law lllllf 7'l'Il.Vf.K'J. FRANK R. VVALKIER, A.M., LL.B., A Y, fl, li K. Syracuse. l"1'of1'.s'.vur of Lrmx Clfillx mul Nnlfxv, C'lmlr1u'l.s', ilu' Lava' of RMI! l'rofu'rly, 7'r11.vl.v mul Co1'jwrv1lim1.vJ. Louis L. WA'rlzRs, LL. M., lb A fb. Ch-rn-gc Washington. l'rnfr.s'.mr of Lrmu Csfllfllfl' l,rm'. lfqnily, fjIllI.X'fffIIfiUllll, Lrzzu. mul flu' Law of lC7'ifl1'Ill'l',. L1aoNARo 'l'. HAlc:ll'r, AB., LL.B.. fb A fb. Williams :mal Syracuse. J l,l'0fl'.V.S'0I' of LINC. flJUllll'.Yfif' R1'f11liol1.v. 'l'nrl.v, l1'l'.S'flIlfIf l'rojwrly and 111- .s'l11'r1nrr'H. IOHN W. CHURCH, A.B., LL.l3., fb K XII, fb A fb, fb B K. Syracuse. lll.S'fl'll!'flH' in Cvfillliillif Lrm' nm! l'1'o1'wl1m' in Criminal C11.w'.v. BUR'l'oN li. PARSONS, LL.B. Syracuse-. lu.s'fr111'tor in flu' Law of Srlfrzs' mul Wr1l'r'1111ly. 'l'ws-niy-4-ight ' jfllcultp-College nt labs T. AARON LIZVY, A. B., LL. B., fb A fb, fb B K. Syracuse. 1lllSfI'lll'f0I' in the Law of C?Illl.Vi CoIIfI'm'I.v. .IIl7'i.S'IJI'lllll?IIt'l'., and Ronmlz Law. ERNEST I. EDOCOME, A. M., A K E, fb .B K. Syracuse. IIl.l'fl'IIl'f07' in the New York Carle of Cifvil l,I'0C!'I17U'C'. WILLARD A. GLENN, A.B., A Y. Williams. lII.I'tI'III:lor in the Law of Jgrnry. filEORGlE H. BOND, PlI.M., LL.B., A K E. Syracuse. lII.S'fl'Ill'f07' in lglIillIll'llf.Y. f?lEORGE W. GRAY, LL.B. lllA'fI'l1l'f0l' in lllr' Law of Ufillx mul .'l1lIIIi1Ii.vlruiioII. HOWARD V1C'l'CJR RULISON, l'lI.B., LL. B.. Ill A ID, lb A fb. l11.l'll'1It'fOl' in E!l'llIK7lflll'jl Lau' mn! COIIIIIIOII Law. HON. PATRICK J. RYAN. JUDGE OF M UNICIIIAI. COURT. lll.l'fI'lllTf01' in Mraot Court and PI'11cliI'u. HON. WILLIAM G. CADY, JUDGE OF MUNICII-AI. COURT. 1llSfI'lll.'f0l' in SI1rI'fy.vlIip. Syracuse. HON. PETER B. NICLENNAN, A.M., LL.D., SD A fb, PRESIDING JUSTICE OF THE API'ELI.ATE DIVISION Ol' THE SUPREME COURT. Alfred University. Lectilrer on the Trial of !Ivrio1I.I'. HON. LOUIS MARSHALL. . Lecturer on lhe Corlxfitllliozl of Ihr' Slate of New York. HON. S'l'EPI'llEN M. COON, A.M., LL.B., B 00 II, Ib B K. Amherst. L1'rfIu'er on I7lf!'l'IlIlfi07lIll Lrlzu. WILLIAM H. MACH, PlI.D., fb B K. Lerlzlrer ou the C0ll.VfifIlfi0Il of the Unilrfl Smfav. University of Jena. HON. MICl1AEl. E. DRISCOLI., A.M., 112 A fb, MEMEER OF CONGRESS. Williams. LFl'f1I?'l'l' on Law of Negligence. HOWARD P. DENISON, A.M., A A Sb. Leeturer on the Law of Prdrnts. FLORENCE SIIERWOOD WOOD, B.O., TI B fb. Emerson School of Orntory. Instructor in Elocufion. Twenty-nine allege of Qpplieh bcience WILLIAM PRATT GRAHAM, PII.D., 'Ii 00 II, fb B K, 'I' B II, 21 E. ACTING DEAN OI' 'HIE COLLEGE OE AI'I'I.IEo SCIENCE. Syracuse and University of Berlin. l'rofe.v.s'or of lS!l'l'fI'il'llf lfngil11'eri11g. PAUL COOK NUKlIiN'l', A.M., C.lC., fb I' A, 'I' B II, I E. Roanoke College and Rensse- laer Polytechnic Institute. I,I'0fl'.I'.I'0I' of Civil ElIgilll'1'7'illg. WILLIAM l':RASTUS ,llAYl.0R. l'lI.D., fb IS K. Syracuse. lJI'0fl'S.WH' of flfifrliwf M11fl11'l1lr1fi1'.s'. LEON BRUCE HOWE, B.Ar. Syracuse. l'r0fz'.v.s'or of llrnfzvilzg. JACOB IC. fiRAIVIl.lCll. M.lC., ill Y, 'I' II II. Syracuse. l"rof1'.s'.vor of lllllIl.S'fl'illl lfnyim'1'ri11g. ALIIERT R. ACH ESON, B.Sc., li.lCng., 'I' Ii II. University of New Zealand. l,l'flf1'.S'.l'II!' of Ml'l'lIIlllil'l1f lSIlHiIll'l'l'iIl-0. ERNEST CLINTON KEENAN. bl E. Ensign, U. S. Navy fRetireIlI. Naval Academy, Annapolis. A.I'.l'0l'lllfl' I,l'Ufl'.l'.S'Ill' of Ml1flll'lllllfil'.S'. KROYAL ARTIIUR l'oI4'I'ER, M.S., fb Ii Ii. Northwestern. flmorirllz' l,I'lIfl'.Y.S'Ul' of I,llj'.I'i!'.I'. 'On leave of Iilnseuce. 'I' It I I- I y jfacultp-college nt Sappli JAY WALTER GLASS, M.Ii., T B II. Syracuse. flmociale lJ1'OflfS.V0l' of Nlzlcllirzzf Design. WALTER D. HARRIS, A.M., E E. Nebraska. fl.I'si.vta11t Professor of l"lIy.vi1f.I'. WII.I.1AIvI E. NINDE. sn briencz fl.I'A'0l'iIlfl' Prof1'.rsur of fllm'l1a11iz'al lfiflgirzewirig. JULIAN CHASE SMA1.I.wooD, M.E. Columbia. dsxocizzte l,7'0fl?S.Y0l' of l'i.7Cpt'l'illll?lIlIll .lfllgizzffwirz GEORCZIE GoI.DIvIAN, B.S., California. 14x.I'ist11lIt Profzxvsor' of lfll'l'fI'il'I1f lffIgi1I1'w'i11g. FREDERICK A. HARVEY, PlI.D., Acacia, fb B K, E E. 14.s'I'ixt1uIt Professor of l"lIy.vi1'.v. EDWARD lV.lORTIM ER AVERY. Inxlrurrlor in l,7Ylt'fiClll Mz'r'lI1IrIif'.s' MARTIN J. HUGHIES. 1lI.TfI'1ll'f0I' in Practical ll4z'4'lI11nir'.v. g. Grinnell College and California JOHN AIKTI-IUR NC7R'l'l'ICO'l"l', M.A., bl E. Toronto. Instruftor in M1IilI1f11111fics. EDGAR R. HATCH. Irixtrurrtor in Pattern Mrlkirlg. RICH DEAN WHITNEY, B,S., li.IC., 'I' B II, fl, B K, bl E. Syracuse. In.s'trm'ior in Elwflrical lfrzginerfring. Louis Ml'l'CHEl,I,, B.S., C.lC., Triangle, bl E, 'I' B II. Inxlrurtor in Cifvil Eligirzrwirzg. SAMUEL DAVIS SARASON, Ph.B., Acacia. Yale. I11.vIfrIu'tor in Civil Elzgizufvrilzg. GEORGE FRANCIS BRowNINo, B.S., B.M.lC Kentucky. IIISIFIIITIOI' in Killl'lIIIlfil'.Y. JOHN HERMoN WHARToN. A.B. Syracuse. l7l.S'f7'1ll'f07' in EIIFHHNII. JOHN JAMIESON. In.I'irurtor in Forging. ARTHUR H. SWEET. 1'l.v.vi.s't11l1l in lJl'Ill'fil'Ill Ill 1'rl11I1Iifr.I'. liarlham College and Purdue ., E A E, TIT B II. Bethel College and Thirty-0 HC Teachers Qtnllege JACOB RICHARD S'l'RIClC'I', Ph.D., IJIEAN oIf' TI-IE CISISACHERS CoI,I.EcE. Toronto and Clark University. ' l,l'0flf.1'.5'07' of the Theory rmzl l,l'Ill.'lil'lf of Tzfarrllilzg. ZENo NAGIEI.. Oberlin College Conservatory. l'rof1'.v.I'or of N Uflllllf M1I.vie'. ALIIIZRT S. HURST, Ph.D. Toronto and Yale. I' ro f l'.V.S'fl r of lfrlu ratio II. ALIIERTA I5s'rEI.I.E WATERIIURY, M fb E. Syracuse l11.Ilru1'lm' in N Ofllllll M11.viI'. DAISY C. IJANHELS, Mus.B. Syracuse. 1ll.l'fl'lll'f07' in Voice Culture. MARY Foam Doox, X Il. Syracuse. Ill.Vfl'lll'f0l' in Norma! Art. MARIE A. LOOMIS. l7l.S'fl'Nl'f0T in Illanual flrtx. GEORGE L. LEWIS. Columbia. lnxlrlurlor in ln11u.Ifri1Il Arts. RILLA IC. JACKMAN. Pratt Institute and Silver Lake Art School. lJiI'!'l'l07' of the Art Deprlrlnzenl. Illullege uf Jfnrestrp WILLIAM L. BRAY, Ph.D., fb B K, E E. ACTING DEAN oIf THE CoI.I.EoE OF FORESTRY. Indiana and Chicago. ljrofmxmr of Botany. EDWARD P. MCCARTIIY, B.S., E E. Michigan., flssixfani ljl'0fl'.f.Y07' of Forestry. Thirty-two libs Seniur nuncil Established 1908 STUDIQNT EXECUTIVE Boaan or SYRACUSE UNIVIERSITY ITH three years of precedent behind it upon which to build good founda- tions for student procedure, the 1911-12 Senior Council entered upon its activities last September by conducting the opening college underclass activities, the Flour Rush and the Salt Rush. Because of the work of grading which had been in progress during the spring and summer the Salt Rush was held on John Crouse College hill instead of around the Hall of Languages as in the past. Following the rush several short boxing matches were introduced to supplant in part the old time wrestling bouts. Under its constitution the Senior Council is empowered as the student executive body to have full charge of all student affairs which do not come under other super- vision. These include all class rushes, the organization of the freshman class, class elections, and other special events as they may arise. The council aims to conduct these activities on a uniform and fair basis, and above all to safeguard the traditions and customs of the University. To procure a body of representative students the personnel of the council is made to consist yearly of the following men: The President of the student body, the liditor of the Syracuse Daily Orange, the President of the Young Mei1's Christian Association, the managers of the major sports of Football, Baseball, Track, the Commodore of the Navy and a representative elected by the seniors of each college. During the year the Senior Council has endeavored to per- petuate the customs set by the preceding councils and to introduce such innovations into student life as it seemed wise. Early in the year steps were taken to secure the ringing of the chimes of John Crouse College following each Orange victory so that the people of the city and the alumni might know as soon as possible the outcome of the contest. The Senior Council has also undertaken the proposition of placing the classes with respect to their transactions with the merchants of the city upon a more business-like basis. Hereafter shingles with the council's seal will be provided each class ofiicer. Other matters which have come under discussion, and have been referred to committees for action are the following: A change in the selection of cheerleaders, the insti- tution of a Secret Service Force among the students, the institution of a Campus Day, and the further agitation of the Honor System. Thirty-three QBIUUE fflmllllllll l Campbell Iluhns Rlllllllillll Grunlmurg Cox Cnunrnings clUl'llI'!lYlU Slufrhl lngrnllnln Norton vlillsnn Sllbtficew l lJrc.s'irIwzi . . . lic-lgzu' li. lngrzlhzun Ifilflf-l,!'I'.S'il1l?lIf . Leon J. Cochranc Serrrftrzry . . . 1 . Willard R. Jillson, Qlaemhew C1Ef:E1Dtfirtn Willard R. Jillson, Jr. . Erfflm' in Clliwf 'l'luf Syrfzrwsz' Daily Urangc Cecil C. Sheclcl . . . l,I'tf.YiIl1'lll of Y. M. C. 14. Leon Cochrane . . . Trrlrk Ml1lIllgl'I' Karl B. Norton . . lm'r1.s'rbz1ll Mflllllgfl' Paul H. Helms . Cnlnnmrlorzf of fhzr Navy Charles D. Rcidpath . l'n'.s'iflml of llnf Stmlrllt Body Eclgar B. ll1Q,'!'2llHlIl'1 . . ...... lfuolbalf Mf11111g1'f' , Glflzrten 9l9emhw5 Arthur li. Grzmhcrg, Apf1li1'11S1-iwmf John W. Cox, jl4t'l1i!'illl' Charles Cummings, Law John R. Campbell, Lilmrrzl Arts Vcrvdon W. Upham, Fine Arts. Thirty-four Tllflhlumenw league H IC VVomen's League of Syracuse University, which was founilecl in 1908, is the only organization to which all the women of the University belong. Its object is to regulate all matters pertaining to the student life of its members which do not fall untler the immediate jurisiliction of the Faculty. By social intercourse it aims to establish a spirit of unity among the women and increase their sense of responsibility towartl each other with the hope of securing stuclent government in the near future. The executive power of the League is vestetl in a boarcl of twelve members. namely, four officers, the vice-presiclents of the four classes, two Seniors, a Junior anal a Sophomore. The work of the League is only begun :uul its future success aml permanency will tlepentl largely on the manner in which it solves the problems now facing it. Among the things accomplished is a point system by which the number and importance of offices helcl hy any one girl may be regulated. 'l'his tlistributes responsibilities aml prevents a capable girl from being overburtlenetl. Interest has also been arouseil in a much neetlecl VV0ll1Illl,S Builcling, through a stutlent mass meeting calletl by the Y. W. C. A. cabinet anal the Woman's League lioarcl. This League is a member of the Intercollegiate Association for Stuilent Gov- ernment, antl sentls two delegates each year to the conference, where the interests of the student government of tlilierent colleges are tliscusseal for mutual help and suggestion. si' 5 aw M. sf ' or C0 pl Q sn v pc or 50 Q L .0 Thirty-Gvc wumauw League 'Vnrnf-r Fisllc-r Shaw 'l':uylur Simrnns Xlcffnrly Sh-vm-ns I',owry Ihnlclwin Hull QDffittli!3 ' l,l'l'.S'illl'lIf . . . . . lCtl1cl Balclwin, ' I'if-1'-l'p-pyiflwfl l'lliz:1lwtl1 Lowry, ' S1'1'rr'fr1ry . l':SflH!I' Bull, ' 'l 'r'w1.vll1'rr Della Shaw, 'l2 lfclith L. Simons, 'IZ Alice F. Turner, '12 Bernice l'f. 'l':lylm', 'Vi Thirty-six . . . . . . . Ruth lfisluer, ' 91521115855 Df Cllffffllffhf TBUUEU Rachel Lclzmzl, '13 Glzulys R. Cunnnlngs, l llclcn l,. Stevens, 'I-l Wil1ifx'c'cl MCCzu'ty, 'IS f wma PUB lit-,-xx Mm-11 Vric: Vyke ' Fulmer Phelps Ryan Stevuxf--xz Si:n:u-wus liliamnu GQ-wing Quiet ,XF-sl jillsuri XYilHams llosfck Carl: f,-" Purdy Smith Fonda Mcllowe The bpratuse ailp QIHUQB A AL- ICVICRAL interesting features mark the progress of the Daily Orange t.his year, Perhaps the most noticeable addition has been the column of live alumni notes which appear in each issue of this daily newspaper of Syracuse University. This has COIUC from a determined effort of the editors to keep in Closer touch with the alumni and to know what they are doing. Since this alumni column has been started notes pour in from all parts of the world show- ing that Syracusans appreciate this effort to know what Syracusans are doing and when they do things. Another department that marks the paper as more of a daily newspaper is the column of "NVorld News" which is printed each morning. ln this column are found in pithy paragraphs lidiror-in-Chief all the important news that goes on in the world ' about and enough is printed to keep the students in touch with the outer world without their having to read the daily newspapers. The Daily Orange has set a record this year that is hard to beat in college daily publications. ln every issue of the paper there has been a cut or an illustration on the front page. All the pictures of the Orange athletes, coaches, and all others who have taken a prominent' part in the college life have appeared. A new cut system has been instituted at the oHice of the Daily Orange and already over three hundred cuts are on file of" prominent Syracusans. The athletic opponents of the Orange and pictures of many events have also been used to enliven the appearance of bVIl.I.ARD R. .lll,I.SON, jk. the paper. The annual football issue of the Daily Orange was one which reflects great credit upon its editors. ln this issue there were twenty cuts used and a most interesting cartoon. The staff of the paper has been further aug- mented this year by the addition of a repre- sentative of the women of the University as an active reporter. bliss Ruth Fisher, ,I3, was elected a Daily Orange reporter by the VVomen's League at the earnest solicitation of the editors of the paper. Miss lfisher has kept close watch of the womcn's activities of the Uni- versity. 'lihis year in the history of the Daily Orange shows that the paper is progressing fast and as a college daily it now is in the front rank. The improvements this year have been the re- sult of the most careful study of the editors after working on the paper during their entire i college course. 'l'heir results show that they l have contributed largely YO thc ZVCIIY Success of EDWN In Amin' fllc Daily Ol'aI1gC. Business Manager The Syracuse ZBaiIp Grange Clfhitntsinsdlbief Willard R. Jillson, Jr., '12 Qlpanaging dlfhitnt Wallace lVI. Williams, '12 2155Dtiilt2 Cllfhituti Elmer G. Quin, '12 Herbert C. Fulmer, '13 Robert P. lV1cDowell, '13 Carl H. Glisman, '13 Micliael D. Ryan, '12 Ruth W. Fisher, '13 Clarence O. Morare, '14 D. Henry Gowing, '14 Paul B. Chase, '14 Arthur W. Deas, Jr., '14 J. Reese Price, '14 Claude W. Simmons, '14 Gfftbangt Qtfhttne Charles P. Jones, '12 'IKFPUIIUIZF Howard H. Smith, '15 Ralph A. Pyke, '15 Charles W. Carlton, '15 George A. Fonda, '15 lillwood D. Purdy, '15 Herbert l. Kallett, '15 J. Fenton Phelps, '15 Eugene Stevenson, '15 2Bu5ine5r5 Slaauagee Edwin L. Abell, '12 Qrireulatinn manager lVIaner H. Bostick, '12 Silswisitant Gtirrulatinn Qlryauagee Arthur T. Brown, '14 15ll5il'l25!5 Zffiiiftllltf Henry E. lVIilford, '13 Otto G. Reumann, '13 Forty Ulibe Bnunhagan Oldest in the ranks of University publica- tions, the Onmzrlngzm stands pre-eminent as the representative of college life and activities. lt is essentially a chronicle of the events of the col- lege year and a register of the students and faculty, and as such is treasured by every alumnus as a link binding him closer to his Alma hlater and bringing him back happy memories of the days in college. From the year of 1883 when the Junior Class published the first Onomlagan, there has been a steady improvement along all lines up to the present volume which stands prepared to take its place among the best college annuals in the country. The only break in the life line of the Onon- dagrm is in the year of ,92 when the Sophomore Society of Theta Nu Epsilon tried to fill the gap by publishing the "Dog-gononf' It is interesting to note the contrast in the college life of today and that of the eighties as shown by an examination of the early annuals. In those days the Phi Kappa Psi Coasting Team was champion of lrving hill and the Zeta 'Psi Orchestra vied with the D. K. li. Glee Club for first honors in popularity. With a change that has been as gradual as the changes in college traditions and customs the Unnmlugzzn has kept pace with the advancement of the University and has tried to depict the life of the students as it sees it from l year to year. Faces change, names multiply, buildings are added, activities increase, but through it all can be seen dominant the Syra- cuse customs and the Orange spirit. We have reached the limit in size of a college annual, exceeding which it becomes too bulky and tedious. improvement is necessarily SEYMOUR C. Scnwmzz Editor-in-Chief internal, and such has been the aim of the 1913 Board. The path of the Board has not been strewn with roses, nor has it been bordered with shade frees. Tr has been hard to travel, but having C0me to the end, we hope that our eliforts have been successful. Of that, the College Pub- - liC, that most eager dissector, must be the GEORGE F. LEE Judge- Business Manager Forty-one Siml-so Leland Cfimmius Brown llcllmveil 1'-'vpn Morrison Ormsbee H35-in FLIIXIXCT' S- Smith Glismfm Lauigau Ryan Tucker Lee Schwafz ll. Smizh Huestis The fwnunhagan l'11bli.rl1wl illlllllflllj' by llle .lunior Cfll.K'.X' Ghz 1913 2IDnuniJugan lfIlif!ll"'ill-C'llil'f ....... Seymour C. Schwarz HII.S'ilI1'.Y.V lllrlllayer . . . George I". Leu f'l.Y.S'i.K'fllI1l l4ill.VilIl'.8'A' fllllllllyfl' .... George K. Smith Qiummittrrsi Jr!-Ilerhert lirown, Jr., Wlillis Ormshee. C:I'illll.t'-l'lCI'l3L'l't C. l"ulmer. Harry A. lllason, llerhert Brown, -lr., Carl H. Glisman, Nlichael lf. Ryan, lCarl W. Tucker. NVillis Ormshee, Stephen C. Huestis, lfclith Pope, Ruth Morrison, Rachel Lelaml. Afl1l1'ri1's-Rohcrt l'. Mellowell, .Iohn IJ. Crimmins, Alfred ll. Simpson. 1Jl'Plll'fIIl!'lIfll!, Delmling lllllf llllllfifllfi0II.V-Slll'l'Il11lIl M. Smith, Harry A. llflason, .l0Seph M. Lanigan, liclith Pope. l'll'llfl'l'lllfil'.t' am! jlIl'Ili.K' Sorieliex-C:n'l H. Glisman, Stephen C. Hnestis. S0l'0I'ifil'.X' mul ll'!vIIIIll'l1',t' Smieliixv-Raehel l.elanml, Ruth Morrison. CJ,ll.V.S'l'.V and Cfmzv Ili.vlorie.v---liarl W. Tnclcer. Rohert P. llflellowull. flf111.vir'11l I1I'gl1lIiZlllilIll.V-'-Rllfll lX'lorri:'on. Rohert l'. hlellowell. Rl'fiyilllI.S' Uryaniznliollx--l'fmlitl1 Pope, Carl I-I. Cilisman. .luuior l,il'fIlI'l'.Y-ciL'0!'j1'L' K. Smith, liarl VV. 'l'neker, Alfreil ll. Simpson, Stephen C. Hnestis, John ll. Crinnnins, joseph hl. Lanigan, VVillis Ormshee, Rachel l.clancl, Ruth hlorrison, hlichael I.. Ryan. Senior Rr'rorfl.v-llarry A. Mason, lCrlith Pope, Rachel la-lanal, Herhcrt C. lfulmcr, Sherman M. Smith, john D. Crinnnins, joseph M. l.anigan, Michael I.. Ryan. ' canals X ,Bail lil l"l" f"H'fg:-f . 2 " JT- ' 'I' 5 I4-J Elllll lil lllll .LA Q .. ,- sblfg 1' iw l"ul'lV-Ihrcq be QPYHEUSHU Gfhitntial Qtnmmittzz lCdmund L. French, '92 HCI1ry .l'l1illiDS, '93 lVIurray S. Stedman. '10 Henry A. Peck, '85 35 35 Wallace M. Williams, '12 . News Editor 35 36 More and more does the Syracusan fill in the longfelt want of the alumni for a publication that would keep them in touch with all that is of interest to those who have left their Alma hlater. The subscription list grows each month as each edition of the Syracusan appears, showing that the alumni recognize that the book is just what they want. , There are many things about the Syracusan that have made its success assured from the start. For those who are interested in the monthly ae- tivities of the University, both athletics and social, there is a complete and concise monthly review. For those who like to keep track of l their friends and those in other classes, several l pages on " Notes of the Classes " are printed each month. Particularly interesting have these notes lVM""lCE M' W"'l'lAMS been in telling of the few remaining members of News mllmr the first graduating classes of the University, facts that are known to few and remembered by but one or two. Articles by Syracusans and book reviews of books written by Syracuse graduates, and there are many of them, are among the valuable articles found in the Syracusan each month. The hearty endorsement by the alumni and their ready support of the Syracusan is enough proof for those just graduating and those to graduate in the future, that it is well worth the support of all Syracusans. lt has indeed lived up to its name, The Syracusan. F o r t y - fo n r I MIIQIC I DKAIIATIC5 Kinsey Hclilligmt H. Millfr Custard Knapp Chamberlain XYisner Low Col- vm Iacfzfes Colby R. Milk? Graham Scott Cf-Ttreil Fisher The Tilinihersitp iganh QDffiffI'5 l'llIl'llffj' llirrrlnr . . . . Prof. Hugh M. 'llilrm L1'ful1'r . . . Rohm-rr li. Allcllcttv. 'IZ Libwu-inn . . . . clI'1lj'll0I1 VV. Scurr. 'H- Slgflllhflg Cm'm'l.v--Rulwrr R. Clrzllmm, 'l-lg NVilli:1m l"islu-r, 'Hg l'llw:u'ml l. Cottrell, lI5. Cllll'ill!'f.Y-.lilHIPS lf. NVllli:m1s. 'l5g llmvnrcl S. lllillvr, 'Hg Floyml H. Roml, ll2 lfmlwin WV. NVism-r. 'll Flulr aml l'ir'rulo-l,cc l,. Riclumlson, 'l2: cll'1lj'KlUI1 YV. Scott, 'I-l. l'rrm'll Ilrn'n.v--Rglym,,m1 V, Xlillvr, 'l3g Cl2ll'l'llCl' Cllzunlwrlzlin, 'Hg Josvph -I lwclfligott, 'lfig l,orm-:mm H. Knapp. 'l5. I"flllllNllIt'.K'L.l0llll V. Low, ll2QxVIlj'l1lllll XV. NVilli:1ms. 'I-lg H. Mvrritt Kinsey l 1 , W Y ' l53 Willis L. Lollrurn, 'l5. ltllffllllllilllllx-S. l'll'1lYIli Cusrzml, 'I-l. Bll.S'.l'l'.V+SLWIHOIII' C. Scllwnrz, 'llg lgllI'I1lHll1l Colby, 'l-l-. IJVIIIIIA'-tlIlll1l'S K. .ll1l0llll'S, ll-l: Artllur VV. Wism-r, 'I-l. 0' QIIID ef, 'B 4:2 ll fre: Fu:-tv I 5+ " -93 .Y v L gg . .9 ' - ' -TP f , e A L- I K , - e W 4 Y -E Z , . v A 'U 0' . , , U W- t A ,,,,.f,l I tb ,KE-if X is c ' 5 si , if Qi ' ' . ,511 . -, . -- ' V . 4, va 1 . wx '. 'n K fji L' 'W 3 4 . ff as i li s t f? . . ve? . 3' ' 1, i' Q a 1 Y V, 5 Y if .Q 4 , x . A by AQ I my 'Q f Q k f Q S P i ,. f fy , 1 rx 7143.5-LAAJ4 1, I 4 .ii iid A x, , 1 ff' u V . 5 ' K if , - .df--1 '7. ' .' L. A If 1 , A X, LL, KM P- - - - N. NX, Roserigrant Billard Chatham Law Phelps Smiley Albright Multer Farnham Barton Burclxit Dennis Mintel Posthill Hotchkiss Mead Failing Greaves Merriam Thalrnan XYright Garrison F, XYl1ize Bassett Butterfield Livingston XVulls Thompson R. XVhite Bishop Clark Peters Ingalls Jones Haflley Chollnr Xiersercau Vickery Huston Parsons Pitts XYagner Hitchcock Miumznts Glen Ciluh ljl'l'.S'iIIl'llf . lfinf-l'f'e.ri1lz'llI , V I l'1'1I3'Ill'l'l' . Alflllllyfl' Dirrclor l,illIIi.l'f . lone Livingstone Florence Smith Mary lVIerriam Florence Failing Emily Guilcl lfrnestine Smith Florence White Lois 'llhalman Marion Clark Rilla Parsons lfrances Baker lClsie Huston Belle Viekery Ruth White .Frances lngalls llucinette Chollar losemhine Alexander . - rl Agnes Law Alice Hotchkiss Blanche Hitchcock Ruth Billarcl Lucile Barton Margaret O' Hearn Evelyn Bishop Rena VValclron lClla Chatham .Pauline Ballon Ruth M. White, '13 C. Evelyn Bishop, '13 f N101-1.011 M. Wells, '12 . Ruth C. Thompson, ,l3 . Professor Harold L. Butler first bnprnuoai Ethel Killion Straub Sopranos jfiwif films! lithel Greaves brconn Qlltnti Winifreal Hadley . Zilla Halstead Grace Potteiger Grace Fitts Ruth King Mary Rosengrant Dorothy Peters Nlahel Bounds Helen Hitchcock Fanny Butterfield Ruth Jones Ruth '.l'hompson lClsie l'l1ll'lIll1lI1l lrene Posthill lfflizaheth Albright hflerrell M. Wells Gertrude hflersereau May Wright Greta Garrison Lucy Phelps Ruth Dennis lClizaheth Bassett lCclna Wagner Grace Nlinmlel June Bnrchit lithel MCIlll llflargaret Smiley Esther Dcttinger Nellie Nlulter Fo I' OAR 4' X' , ML FS 4 ' " 2 B RGESS iw A 1 Q. W 1 5 X, f J ' A J J 5' ' Nm .FOIHIIIUIZ I 905 Boar's Head is to be congratulated on the successful production of Carl Uswaldis "The King Pin" for its Junior Week Play and Bernard Shaw's 'lYou Never Can Tell" for the Senior Week. "The King Pin" was the winning play in the Boar's Head original play com- petition. A prize of seventy-five dollars was awarded to its author, Carl Oswald, a Syracuse University student in the College of Liberal Arts. The six plays that were handed in to the committee of Judges were far in advance of those of last year, and it was with great dilliculty that the winner was finally selected. The theme of the Play was entirely local and cleverly introduced Politics, the .Press and the 'Banks of Syracuse as well as the much talked of Carnival. It was in every detail a success and the capacity audience continuously responded with applause and laughter. Little need be said of Bernard Shaw's Play "You Never Can Tell" as it is already very well known in the world of Drama. This play, too, with a very well balanced cast more than pleased the large audience. Too much credit cannot be given Prof. lfloreuce liutler who had complete charge of the two productions. Her excellent coaching brought forth the best pos- sible, and her untiring efforts were indeed well rewarded. Both Plays were held at the VVeiting Opera House. The former on the l3th of December, l9ll, the latter on the l3th of l"ebruary, I9l2. Thus far Boar's llead has produced: "King lfeari' . . .... Willirlrll Sl111l'z'.vp1'r1re " lVlacbeth" . lfffillirzm Slllld'!'.l'fJ!'lI7'1f "The Rivals" . . Slrerirlan "Twelfth Nightn . . Mfillilllll SllIlkI'.S'fH'lI7'l! "Cricket on the Hearth" , Clmrlpy I,iI'l'!fII.V "The Magistrate" . . Afflllll' W. Pinero "The Comedy of l'frrors" lflfillinni Slllld'!'.l'fJl'I1l'C "An ldeal I-Iusbandn . . Usrrzr Wifrli' "The Coach" . D. Ilarolzl Wrlllzlzre 'AlVIice and Meri" . Mllllf,l'illl' 'L. Ryley "The King Pin" .......... Carl Uswnlfl "You Never Can Tell" .... . . . . Bermu-11 Shaw With the abundance of good material to select from and the continued interest and enthusiasm that has been displayed, lioar's llead should have in every way as successful a season next year as this past one. William ll. Frank, Jr., l'1'r'.viflwr1l. If i fr y mw num w mn Z3nar'f Iaeah QDUEZEB l're.vi1lvut . . . . William H. Frank, Jr. V ice-Pre.vi1le11t . Bertha Latham Secretary . M. Esther Ball yll't?ll5IU'lfI' .... Morris Newton Mrzrzzzgzfr' . . .... Frank Cooney Assistant M111z11gr'1'.r Phil Perkins and Clarence O. Moore 141lwerli.vi11g MIllIllyl?7' . .... Wm. V. Healy l'r1fr.v Agent - - - . Clifford R. Carter fl4'i.vlrz'.r.r of the W !l7'IIl'0bl? , Bessie Jgneg Ztfilit QIBZIUIJBEB Esther Ball, Helen Buck, Blanche G. Beal, Mabel Beadvle, Lillian Franz, Belle Golden, Bessie Jones, Bertha Latham, Ethel Mauterstock, Helen Martin, Ruth Morrison, Helen Neal, lylargaret Newcomb, Grace A. Potteiger, Emily H. Price, Mliriel Ready, Helen Stephens, Marjorie Tobey, Bessie Wands, Marion Weaver, Dwight Barnum, Thomas IC. Boggs, Arthur Brown, Clifford R. Carter, Arthur Carey, Hugh Campbell, Frank V. Cooney, Walter C. Crouch, Harold Crowther, William H. Frank, Jr., H. Clifford Gilbert, Harry A. Gleason, Roger C. Graves, Paul H. Hartman, William V. Healy, Martin Hilfinger, Howard W. Kurtz, Walter P. lVIcIntosh, lilden Miller, Clarence O. Moore, Morris H. Newton, Walter J. Notman, George M. Oaks, Carl Oswald, .Philip Perkins, Truman H. Preston, Edward J. Rook, I.. Floyd Smith, Herman Sheinhouse, Raymond M. Tucker, Earl Tucker, Roger Williams. ilaunnrurp Qlpznihzrsi Professor Adolph C. Baebenroth Professor Charles J. Kullmer Professor Florence Butler Assistant Professor William C. Lowe Ibm-mr Chzu-les H. Carter Professor Edgar C. Morris Professor Harold L. Cleasby Dean Jean M. Richards Professor Horace A. Eaton Professor Katherine Sibley IH-Ufcssm liogs Jewel Professor Hugh M. Tilroe Fifty-one Zguatfs Ziaeah ml Kurtz Campbell I fart man Tucker Rook Morrison Golden Neiveomlz Frank Mart in Notman Carter " Wye king will ":cIEn:it Tom Ward, editor of "The Daily Post" Cyrus Cameron, President Central National Bank . .lim Fredericks, reporter for the "Post" . joseph Cameron, son of Cyrus Cameron Diek Thompson, a friend . . . Fred Harwood, a politician john Conners, a politician . . . 'l'homas, the Butler ..... Ruth Cameron, daughter of Cyrus Cameron Betty Ward, 'llom Ward's sister .... lVlahel. Comtlicrs, lhlirli Schuyler, friends of Betty and Ruth Ollnit tau "iron Jmhzv can Url! Fergus Crampton . Philip Clandon Mister lVIeComas . . Walter Bohun Waiter Halmy Gloria Clandon Dolly Clandon . Mrs. Clandon Maicl . . Valentine . Wal ters Wm. H. Frank, Jr. . Howard Kurtz . Cliiford R. Carter . VVal.ter J. Notman Earl W. Tucker . D. R. Hartman Hugh C. Campbell Edward J. A. Rook . . Belle Golden lVlargaret Newcomb Helen lVIartin Ruth lVIorrison 99 William H. Frank, Jr. . Arthur IQ. Carey . Clifford R. Carter . Nlartin Hilfinger Edward J. Rook . lflden Miller' . .Belle Golden lVIarion Weaver . Helen Buck lVfarjorie Tobey Barnum Carter Cfmmn Sheinhoizse 'XVilIi:m14 Carey Grave- Ilr-mm: Hartzuar R-'-Uk W Miller Tobey Duck Tucker Smizh Hiiriugrr 1!ak4 XI4m:'q Fan: lisa-llc Neucfwm1J XVeaver XY:m-ls Heal I.arhan1 lffauk 111111 Nlaizrcrst-ack Harm: BI- ins-'Jn Cf-lden Jones Preitfm Cooney Kirin: Neal Stephen? Giamhuurine anb Bones Sp! S55 X . mffffffg Preston D. Fogg . . . . . l,7'l'.Yilll'lll Seymour C. Schwarz . . Vin'-l'rr.s'ifl1'1ll IJ2lVlll R. W2llSll - . fl4l1.vi1'1ll llirrrlor Grilyllon W. Scott .'l.v.s'l. A4ll.Yil'Ilf Dirvrfor John R. Colter . , , . jllllllllyfl' Earl W. Tucker , I ,4.v.vl.flflr11111gr'1' if If After Il yezu"s lull in the nnisiezll 1lH2llI'S of the University subsequent to the dissolution of the Glee :mtl Instrumental Clubs, the ,.llZlI11l70lII'lI1C unml Bones Society was organized for the purpose of promoting musical interests in general. The society was the clirect result of the annual College Circus Nlinstrel Show which has Fifty-four come to be so popular each March, and was formed and backed by the men in college who had had experience along general musical lines. But the minstrel sphere proved to be too narrow for the society. When an opportunity was given to pro- duce a short musical sketch for the Alumni Smoker- Reunion last june it was eagerly accepted and the first musical comedy attempted in the University hy a regular University organization was produced with great success-" Nlorningstar " had been born! And from that time until last November, when the charming opera by Mr. Lee and Mr. Walsh attained its final elaborate production at the Wiet- ing, there has been consistent approval, by both alumni and student body, of the first Syracuse musical comedy. " Morningstar H was unique in its position before the public. Nothing-of the kind had been played before and the whole production was a speculation, but the students and city public responded loyally and broke all records for attendance. The musical comedy was produced two nights, November 13th and 14th, the second performance being especially for the Alumni of the city. Mr. Henry J. Ormsbee of Syracuse coached and staged the play. The size and expense of the production exceeded anything ever before undertaken in college dramatics. Special scenery, elaborate costuming and well-executed chorus Work by the 40 odd " chorines " were features of the musical comedy. The " Morn- ingstar' waltz has already found a ready sale throughout the city, requiring an extra edition. In short, the authors of " lVIorningstar " have created . a demand for a permanent musical comedy institu- tion in the University, and Tambourine and Bones stands ready to be the agent of production. As the Onomlngnn goes to press, announce- ment comes that a musical extravaganza, "The Bubbles of l9ll," book and lyrics by Mr. Harry S. Lee, '99, and music by Mr. David R. Walsh, '12, will be added to the Senior Week entertain- ments. The play will be given under the direction of Tamltourine and Bones in John Crouse College on Wednesday evening, February l-I-. There can be no doubt as to the success of the new offering. The prospects for next year are very bright. Tambourine and Bones has placed a new institution in Syracuse University and with the enthusiasm of i Pnrzsioizur PRi:s'roN D. Foco ri success is planning big things for the future of that institution. M.xN,u:im Jonu R. Coixrmz Fifty-five -gn E r ,, ', I-IARRY S. Len Morningstar A MUSICAL COMEDY IN TIIREE ACTS Qllmit Onondaga, a tribal chief ............. Wirt D. Seeley Morningstar, his daughter ............ Stuart j. Saks Chuckabluff, a medicine man .... NV. lrving Galligher Givemdope, another medicine man ............. .......,....................Truman H. Preston Silver Heels, a maiden of the tribe ............ .Dwight L. Barnum Red Hawk, a brave .................. Ellery R. Fitch Tall Pine, a brave ......... William F. Salisbury, Jr. Black Snake, a warrior ....... VValter F. Schmieding Hub Elder, a tobacconist ........... XVilliam J. Shay Rodney Smith, postmaster .......... Thomas E. Boggs J. Archibald Puddleworth, a millionaire. . . . . . .. V. Healy Mrs. Puddleworth, his wife ....... Howard VV. Kurtz Eloise, their daughter ............... Karl B. Norton Dick, their son ............. NVilliam E. Salisbury, jr. Montmorency Puddleworth. brother of J. A. Pud- dleworth ................... Truman H. Preston George Emery, Montmorency's partner ............................... NV. Irving Galligher .Roger XVilliams Christy Gibson, an artist .......................................... ..... Sqzuzfwr, Sllllllllfl' Girls ami Gll6JfJ-MCSSl'S- Louther, Straub, Schermerhorn, Raner, Salpeter, Pattyson, Melendez, Perkins, North, Tucker, Radder, Larson, Lyon and Piper. lirafUr'.r, Summer lioyx and G1nr.rt.r-Messrs. Rogers, Pyke, Kelley, Putnam, D. Keefer, Schu- mann, Kessler, Daniel, K. Keefer, Schoepflin, Burke, Phelps, Summerville and Eberle. Drnfwiuy l'nj1i1.r-Messrs. Putnam, Daniel, Summerville, Schumann, Kelley, Eberle, D. K cefer and Rogers. bpttnpriiti of Banzai Act I-Council llill of Onondaga. Time 1661. Act 2-Butterfly Corners, N. Y. Time l9ll. Act 3-Conservatory at Ocean Breeze. L. l. Qwlllifflll jlQllllllJlZl'5 I-Overture. Act I 2-Back from the XVar ................... Chorus 3-NVeaving .......... Silver Heels and Tall Pine 4-NVhen Doctors Disagree .................... ....... ............ .Chuckablutf and Givemdope 5--Morningstar r ........................ .Red Hawk 6-The VVeather .............................. .......Chuckablull, Morningstar and Givemdope 7-Finale flliram jonesl ..................... .. .... .Black Snake and Chorus Act 2 S-Opening Chorus flu Butterllyj .......... Chorus 9-llip, llip, Hooray ...... Monty, Emery and Chorus I0-The Portals of Dreamland ................. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . .Morningstar and Chorus I 1-Lovers' Lane ................. Eloise and Gibson I2--When ,lonas Toots the Tuba .............. Elder I3-The Drawing School ...... -. . .Gibson and Octette I4-Finale fOcean Breezej .... Principals and Chorus Act 3 I5--Crown Old jollity ...................... Chorus I6-The VVedding of the Sun and Moon ......... .. ................... ... . .Morningstar and Men 17-A Toast ................... . ............... Dick I8--Finale .. Company All DAVID R. VVALSII -X 5-,,.SliL5zl:f ,f fl w X - , ,, . ,, -, ., M., . l yikifia, J-ff I ' -i n?Q5f'f ,v:f'-rags .Q - '-., W SPANISH QASTLESQ l.. S-15 ll 7 ,,f1 NIA Q45 -2 - 17 2 -A Ai Fffx I f.f l lAhundrecl thousand caslleslwveliheve X 1 1 ll - Q 'if' . gnflsslegl 9Qr??l2ya?2F2flI:I-giver? film 1 o rs u O W1lhou?t?st:lln. Q ar fr lb f lm am - ij l W" 'ffhiQ?n0TE53LlYe2? ow if-FQ kj! Slghl sofily , and fur down below The gulls go sallmg -to and fro l M Out onilne Saas. We KX 'rlmlm Kuriq im tlaldl Survey. - A s lex avr -1' 'Beyond egg mylsly tfnied peak away Inio ilflc shadowy realm when night and day Tbvever loleml.. ku ill I Tex- -- it ' How slvan -Q ilnal. I slloulcl be lkls Kula? ..ea-L. fl-flags I A n reamy re n. BUllJ-QYQQ my castlcslizaondevzng over i In S. While youlim glllg by on mlseless wings ""--"--'--"' 'ww --'- K n n 5 AIYI. fE.lfzEl.4Wg4 Wl Y P gif.. 1 v W-R-J.,JY. if if, if NN U N '- Q ,J ullllllll . . A' ax I, 4x un, .,,,, I 142- I 4-!!9!!.! l pci:-A 1 ' ' ...Ji Ill 1 Mx 6 X X' 'UIQ 0 YM! Zltbletit Gnherning Baath The University athletics are under the general control of the Athletic Governing Board which is composed of four alumni, four faculty men, four business men, and four undergraduates. Any alumni, association having at least fifty members may each June elect an associate member to the Athletic Governing Board for the ensuing year. lJI'l'.1'ill1' nl . lf inf-l'r1'.vi1l1fnt Tr1'11.vur1fr Sacrlftnry F AC U LTV VV. M. Smallwood H. A. Peck F. J. Holzwarth T. R. Walker UNDERGRAIJUATE C. D. Reidpath, '12 H. R. Waldron, ,IZ Roger Graves, '13 G. Thurston, '13 Arthur L. livans HDUUBKBG QIPZIIIIJBE5 Assocwmi M mvi mm Svtunznt athletic association . . Carl IC. Dorr . Douglas li. 'Petit W. W. Porter lVl. S. Stedman Al,UMNl C. lf. Dorr E. L. French W. H. Mitchell H. D. Costello . Sus'1'A1N1No D. E. Petit H. S. Holden J, .lVI. Gilbert E. F. Southworth flioston Alumnij QDttitw5 l'rv.s'i1l1'1zt . . . C. D. Reidpath, 'IZ V in'-l'nf.vid1fnt . H. R. Waldron, '12 S1'cr1'mry and Tr1'r1.v1u'1'r ...... E. B. lngraham, 'l2 This association is made up of the students in general. An election of officers is held once every year, the President of the Association being by virtue of his oFHce the president of the student body. Sixty T Zlciieurzrs uf the Black S jhmthall Edgar B. Ingraham, '12, Manager R. NI. Fisher, '11 G. Reeve, '12 P. D. Fogg, '12 A. H. Kallet, '12 C. D. Reidpath, '12 lf. C. Ansley, '12 S. H. Camp, '12 M. E. Wilkinson, '12 L. S. Castle, '14 M. Hilfinger, 'illivack Leon J. Cochrane, '12, Manager P. . F. Pinder, 'll H. D. Fogg, '12 T. Morrell, '12 D. Reidpath, '12 H. A. Niven, '11 li. G. Champlin, '11 C. F. J. Kehoe, '12 L. N. Street, '12 C. J. Downey, '12 H. R. Waldron, '12 cum Paul H. Helms, '12, Commodore K. T. Kiosk, 'll G. C. Babbitt, '12 R. B. Williams, '11 A. ,1- Grimm, '12 lf. D. Hewes, '11 E. G. Champlin, '12 H. R. Topping, '12 R. A. Peterson, '12 D, J, Fmwlgy, '12 H. R. Richardson, '12 W. W. Hall, '13 A. J. Noxon, ' 7Bil5thaIl Karl B. Norton, '12, Manager N. F. Hand, '12 B. T. Dexter, '12 H. G. Welch, '12 lf. S. Cottrell, '11 H. G. Kling, '11 R. H. Holmes, '12 F. Newhart, '13 M. D. Raynor, J. W. Day, '12 O. J. Smith, '13 R. W. Probst, '13 J. Ayling, '13 'I-1 H. Algire, '12 NI. Bloom, '13 M. E. Robertson, '13 J. T. Danes, '13 A. Coaklev. '1-1 S. H. Camp, '12 G. B. Thurston, '13 S. G. Vaughn, '13 M. H. Gregg, '13 J. D. Crimmins. '13 13 P. H. Schoepllin, '12 F. A. Parsons, '13 C. W. Giles, '13 '13 Sixty S i CGBHEZUS Df IDB " tl S tl " , Qllvack F. S. Wctherill, '12 15. M. Wisner, '12 D. Layton, '12 L. H. Stiles, Jr., '12 H. W. Flack, '13 R. L. Newing, '13 J. H. Rile, Jr., '13 R. P. McDowell, '13 A. C. Brettle, '13 251152111111 Phil. Carling, '13 M. B. Severance, '12 jfnnfllflll H. R. Waldron, '12 H. R. Topping, '12 J. A. Noxon, '12 W. J. Long, '13 J. IC. Bailly, Jr., '13 S. 15. Darhy, '13 aww R. S. Douhleclay, '13 C. T. Mahan, '13 W. C. Penclill, '13 wearers uf the " h S h Jesse Kings1ey,'12, MZLITZLQCI' S. C. Schwarz, '13 W. .P. Thompson, '13 R. W. Prohst, '13 O. J. Smith, '13 W. A. Harvey, Jr., '13 15. Glacntzcr, '14 W. H. Kortwright, '14 G. M. Taylor, '14 R. H. Bowman, '14 J. A. Frye, '13 Nl. 112. Rohertson, '13 H. A. Braggins, '13 1.. G. S. Corson, '14 H. Salmon, '14 R. S. Niilligan, '14 J. H. Rich, '13 O. J. Smith, '13 IC. Witzel, '13 A. 93 w B. C. Tichnor, '11 C. W. Giles, '13 W. W. Rugg, '12 M. Bloom, '13 ' W. V. Davey, '12 11. C. Ryan, '13 IC. C. Ansley, '12 A. H. Riehl, '13 D. J. Keating, '12 W. J. Norman, '14 R. W. Prohst, '13 11. S. Castle, '14 diciiienrers of the "s Sv st' ' H. T. 1VIorre11, '12 J. H. Rile, '13 H. N. Algire, '12 C. C. Keesler, '13 J. T. Danes, '13 W. A. Sargent, '14 M. T. Brewster, '1-1 wearers of the Qteunis Zlnsignia' IC. A. Thompson, '11 R. C. Holzwarth, '11 P. K. 1.ightha1l, '11 J. R. Colter, '12 xty-two S. '1'ln-uckmortmm, '1-1 F0 if M gg ? wx. O ,W 4. Shir I 5 4 2 Jfuuthall Season 1911 The season of 1911 may rightly be called one of the most remarkable and also one of the most successful in the annals of football in Syra- cuse University. Remarkable in that the team showed very poor form up to November when it burst forth into a brilliancy of play such as never before has been seen in the Stadium. Although the men as individuals played clean, hard foot- ball all the season, it was not until the Michigan game that they played as a unit. From then on the earlier season team was not to be recognized. The eleven men played as one, displaying that dogged Syracuse spirit which won out against great odds. On September 20th twenty-five men as- sembled at Cazenovia Lake for a week's pre- liminary practice. The prospects were not ex- " ccedingly bright but the coaches started things going with a rush. The loss of seven of last year's 'Varsity team seemed a serious draw-back at first, but with such men as Captain Fogg, Kallet, .Propst and Reeve to build around and an abundance of promising new material, the situation soon began to improve. On Sept. 30th the team tried out against Hobart showing a very strong defense but a lamentably weak offense. The following week the Orange team lined up against Yale at New Haven. Two field goals from the forty yard line gave Yale six points in the first half, and the recovery of an unfortunate fumble six more in the second. Syracuse played a strong game but , seemed unable to score. The team journeyed to Rochester on October 14th accompanied by one thousand rooters. The game was fraught with numerous fumbles by both teams, but the Orange, despite its ragged play, had no difficulty in bringing home the bacon. The following Saturday brought the Lafayette eleven to the Stadium. In spite of the excellent playing of the Orange team, the flectness of Spiegel, the clever Lafayette half-back, decided the game for the Easton college. On October 29th the Springfield Training School team visited the Stadium. The Syracuse team clearly outplayed their opponents but seemed unable to score at the proper time. A week later at Ann Arbor, the team displayed the most remarkable reversal of form ever shown by a Syracuse team. They played the strong Michigan team off their feet. They showed a fighting spirit and a knowl- edge of football which bewildered the mighty MANAGER EDGAR B. INGRAHAM Coacn " lima" CUMMINGS Sixty-four Wolverines. Although the game resulted in a tie, there is no question but that Miclii- gan was clearly outplayed. Having struck their gait the Orange eleven literally ate up the heavy Vermont team the following Saturday. Then came the climax of the season. The Carlisle Indians, conquerors of Brown, Harvard, Lafayette and Pennsylvania, the one un- defeated team of the season, and touted as the undisputed champions, came up to the Stadium confident of an easy victory. The Syracuse team, however, entered the game with a dogged d,etermination to win. They fought to a man with such a spirit of aggressiveness and grim courage that the Indians were torn to pieces. The exceptional work of the ends and line, the brilliant open field running of Castle and the wonderful punting and head work of Captain Fogg, left no douht in the minds of spectators that Syracuse was clearly superior to Carlisle in every department of the game. The last two games were played in the west. The Saturday before Thanks- giving, Ohio State was met and defeated at Columbus. The score was made in the first five minutes of play by Castle, who picked up a blocked kick and ran seventy-five yards for a touchtdown. After this Hash of brillancy, the team played a consistent game but did not over exert themselves. On Thanksgiving Day at St. Louis the men found snow and rain in abundance. The field was in the worst condition of any that the team had encountered during the season. Besides be- ing covered with two inches of wet straw, it was very uneven and where the hollows were not sticky with mud, they were filled with ice, making the footing terrible. Under these Con- ditions the team did l'l0t show its best form, but it did succeed in clearly outplaying the St. Louis aggregation every minute of the game. ln reviewing the season it can be seen that the team was a remarkable one in many ways. Too much credit cannot be given to Coaches Cummings and Cadigan and the other graduates who assisted. The record of this team demon- strates the great advantages of the- Graduate Coaching system. The grads inspired in the men that Syracuse spirit of fight which has won so many games in the past. Prospects are exceedingly bright for next season for several of the members of this year's team will return to college next fall, although the Orange will feel the loss of such men as Captain Fogg, " Fuzz " Kallet, "Pa" Reeve, "Sam" Camp, "Mickey" Day and "Cupe', Fisher, who have fought their last gridiron bat- tle for Old Syracuse. CAr'm1N " P. D. " Focc Six t y - fi v c ",...1 iv nm ll . 4 Q' ,i EIT' ' Barsitp j'unthaII Team 1 , 1, -?- lnqmymm Mgr. Prnhwt JU'1i11L! CZIIUII Reeve 1lc1mstctlv1'.Xssl. Mgr. ' Knllpt 11111:lIlHl'l' 1:0122 iXl'l51l'V Day S 111 V Castle jI.1,,,,,,g,.,- , . . x1fm1g:11' 13. Ingrallam, '12 ,lux-L,-j-,-,,,,,, j11,,,,,,W,- . . 11.151121 12. Hclmstcttcr, '13 rnmmfff . - - - l"'vSf0H U- 1"0m:- '12 I1'flll1'lll'A' . 'l'I'llilll'l' Szumu-I 11. Camp, '12 Rlulolph VV. Prolvsr, '13 Aaron 11. Kallcr, '12 1Crm-sr C. Anslvy. '12 N1. 1C. Robertson. '12 , 1- 5. 1,. Darbv. '13 11. S. I1'1H'0l'1CIl10I'1'Ul1, '13 11. R. Tuppingg, '12 R. S. 1V1i11igan. '14 C. 17. Cumnmings. '01g R. 19. C1l111g1Zll1, '09 ' EEUU! ' .lamcs A. Ay1ing, '13 d5unvh5 Tllntkltsi 61EnU5 QDnarterhark5 Preston D. Fogg, '12 ilpaltlmriw jfullhark Lewis S. Casrlv, '14 buwtitutrs H. A. Braggins, '13 W. A. A1517lf1'QCl', '14 R. M. Fisher, '12 R. 11 Seymour, '14 1. IQ. Long, '13 ,1'110II1ZlS F. Kc-am' Martin F. Hilfingcr. '1-1 Gvorgc H. Rvvvv. '12 john Oliver L. I. G. L. IC. 11. W. S. 3 11. Day, I2 J. Smith, '13 Johnson, '14 Corson, '14 Smith, '1-1 Davis, '12 varsity ,1rnnrmu1'a1:enm BIZIJBUIIIU AT HOME September 30 Syracuse 6 ' Hobart . 0 October 21 Syracuse 0 Lafayette . 10 October 28 Syracuse 5 Springfield T. S. . 9 November I I Syracuse . 16 Vermont 0 November i8 Syracuse I2 Carlisle I I ABROAD October 7 Syracuse . 0 Yale . 12 October H- Syracuse 6 Rochester 5 November 4 Syracuse . 6 iklichigan 6 November 25 Syracuse . 6 Ohio State . O November 30 Syracuse 6 St. Louis 6 '55 25 ad S ly-eight Tun GRA Nns'rA ND-C1uu,xsr.12 GAME . . ' , I ' r ' I I -I -nal.. . 'l.A1',','?f', "g'4. .H . , , , ." -4-L P54 ' . g . . -.':-f'u.'-.'rw!1.-g',-.P-,MMR -. -1 ,A - 1 'AJ'-13u...,. L :LN .f9'..-'--.'-S,-,H -1-..N",.-. . .: 1 M- D' x v,-5,1 ,w1:"f:":1. -z . , "'lfs1.25. fi," ", 4 'Q ' 1 1.- s i,:U,'f541A55g',fJg?, gr.-'f,,,..gvf,.:i.Q, .ra-A: 5. 5. , w - u ... ., . . " ,", ,Lv . . .t,- -V .,- .', Q .',x'.?,4:.m,..,'If-' - f-4,1 .r . "5 -fi1:.dQ.'gI5-ff'f1' G ' - :N -, nr ' 5 N' wsu: -. .. fa- Q , f f. s Q u 1 fr- 1. g,, e- .o , if Q l . 0 C., - A i s QP p Y o " .1 . - HA 1 L. ,, ' QQ . L , Q L- H' H , .' WW K V. ' . Q3 'WI Y- M. , jul - K ,. x --.,. .D ... - , W . 0 1 -N F M r 9 9 v ' ' T-ff1."7r0 ' 'Q'-Mui ' . 4-F 1 A' 4 Higj- tt. K gui- Q.. . V A-Q 4- u 4- p .9 X V K .,, g. ., -' ,M-"M, It 'Q , 'F : 9 N ,X wr-s ' "'f?'f'-yszgk-:vw iv .'."k:.f"3, -QAQX4-'X-C - . ,.v ' ' . V fn, fx.-,fQ?,Qq4q:A-- s. 4 k ,gk ' "f'iwf" ,Q--.1'f"8f.-"f11x-Q-?S""' ' A' .?.,,,.,x'4""9Z.-1425315 "fkY'f1'-5'1fL.gi -x ,wh "" Q' in 'L3 Y' - N1 1.-M , 5 X-1'-' , ,"'f.-gn"...- I.. "1 t qw- yr 5 fr--32-4.-5 ,iyw if ,uf . x Xu . -1.-3 36. , .LQ-5lff!"X.vufj11'.g'i.l ...L . ' j TW' Y .. :st-ik K, -k.,f7g"' -hw A? f-du iwgk Q--, if . ,. My x..,..,-mx Aw' .- .-' ' .,.,. 4' ' ,iffk ,' -, 'N Tim I.AmYm"rn GAME THE SmuNGFuzl,u T. S. GAME TUE ROCI'IESTlER GAME The 1915 Jfuuthall Qlieam Manzzgffr .......... J. Alan Noxon, '13 Cfllffflin Richard N. Armstrong, '15 Coach . . Walter A. Darby, 'll Cantzfrs ...... R. N. Armstrong, E. G. Wright Guards W. S. Patterson, J. Mclfligott, W. H. Hartley, W. Carrier Tavkles . . E. Hitchcock, G. W. Luclclington, IC. R. Gowing Ends . . . . . W. J. Farber, R. W. Boyle, C. F. Donnelly Quarterback ........ H. Walters Halfbacks . . L. Yaegar, J. V. Shufelt, A. E. Morse, G. Kingsley Fullbzlcks . ..... H. B. Taylor, IC. B. Meye1's bfbfnlllf Freshmen 28 Watertown High 0 Freshmen 35 Cascadilla School O Freshmen 9 Binghamton High 6 Freshmen 8 Manliiis School . . O Freshmen 5 Geneva High . . 0 Freshmen 6 Mansfielcl CPa.l Normal . 0 Freshmen ll Lafayette High . . 6 Totals . 102 f 12 X 36 THE Fmzsnmzm-S'r. Jorms GAME Seventy retn beasnn uf 1911 .- .- . ,':- ,4i,'- ' ,Q ,V i.,., ,N , . , gr Uv f,-,,Y.,5., 4. 11.69. HV ,wi-fy, . . A . " '- fr' 43 ' v. iw W, Q . .4 1 . , ., . .2 . COMMODORE PAUL H. Hnr.Ms Eyck was handicapped because were there more than twenty Varsity regulars and four substitutes were to be chosen. About fifty freshmen answered the Hrst call. The usual. preliminary training was given to all the men on the machines and in the tank. Un lVIarch hfteenth the squad for the first time went to the outlet. Here the coach and men were hindered by the very backward season. May fourth the lnterclass Races for the Phi Kappa Alpha Trophy took place on the Seneca River. The Lake Shore 86 Northern Railroad ran an observation train along the course. The weather was ideal and the river was given the regatta spirit by the many boats and canoes. This year for the first time the race was rowed in three heats, the '11 vs. '12, '13 vs. '14 and lastly the finals. The first two races eliminated the '13 and 111 eights. The final contest between the '12 and '14 crews was un- decided until the last few strokes when the Freshmen won by a few feet. Annapolis, Mcl., May 20, was the scene of the next race. The Midshipmen beat the Var- sity after a desperate struggle and the fact that At the opening of college the Athletic Gov- erning Board announced the suspension of the Syracuse Navy for one year. The reason for this action was that the Board had at the time notes amounting to ten thousand dollars. These had been assumed in the earlyyears of crew work. By eliminating the Navy for one season, the debt could be paid and in 1912 the crews again sustained. To the Student Body and Alumni, however, such action seemed disastrous not alone because the University could not afford to take a backward step but because it would mean beginning again in 1912 as we did in 1901. Instead of one, the Freshman crew, we would have three inexperienced crews. The final result of many mass meetings and much dis- cussion was that over seven thousand dollars was given to the Athletic Governing Board to save our threatened Navy. Candidates for the 1911 crews were called out in the latter part of January. Coach Ten of the lack of material. At no time candidates from which Cofxcn TEN EYCK twelve the Middies rowed 40 strokes per minute for the two miles is enough to show they had a phenominal crew. This is the fourth race between the Orange and Annapolis, each of whom have gained two victories. Seventy-two Grew Season nf 1911 June 27th, the great day in the annals of American rowing, that of the Inter- collegiate Regatta at Poughkeepsie, was ideal. The Orange crews. with odds against them in every race because of illness and ineligibility, were not disheartened but went into every race to do their best. At 3 :30 the Varsity fours pulled up to the line with Syracuse, Cornell, Pennsylvania and Columbia in the order named. The Orange and Red and White got away together. For two miles it was nip and tuck but Cornell in the final sprint crossed the finish line a half boat length ahead with Syracuse second. Y The Freshmen race was a surprise to the followers of the crews. From the crack of the pistol until the Hag was dropped at the finish Columbia led the field. The Frosh worked hard to overcome the lead of Cornell but they were unable in the last sprint to beat them. They crossed the line in third place with Wisconsin and Pennsylvania following. There was great uncertainty regarding the Varsity race scheduled at 5:30. The excitement was intense as the starter asked each coxswain, "Are you ready? The favorites seemed to be Columbia and Cornell with Syracuse and 'Pennsy the dark horses. On the start the Orange oarsmen caught the water first and consequently had a fine get away but the terrific strokes that Columbia used overcame this lead. The men settled down to the long grind but it was soon seen that victory was destined for Columbia or Cornell. At the two mile mark Columbia led by a length over Cornell but increased this a half boat in another half mile. The other three crews were fighting madly for third place with very little difference between them. At the bridge with a mile to go Columbia was still increasing her lead. The spectators were on their feet cheering madly for the leaders. With a half mile left Columbia had a good length: finally the quarter mile stake boat was passed, the unexpected happened, number l in the Columbia boat fell forward exhausted and Cornell passed over the line the victor of the l9ll intercollegiate Regatta. Despite the fact that our men were beaten every one of them was proud of our Coach Ten liyck and was determined to do all in his power to win in 1912. H CAP'm1N R. B. Wu.l.mMs Paul H. Helms, Commozlore. Seventy-three Aaiiimlif -...A M THE VARSITY EIGHT T A L A SQ fi 3 THE FRESHMAN EIGHT E112 Saahp-Samson nf 1911 C0llllll0ll07'l? . . Thomas F. Pindcr, 'll Ifilfl'-CIIIIIIIIUIIOIY' , , Paul H, Helms, '12 Cllfifllill . . . Ramlolpli B. Williams, '11 Conch . . . . James A. Ten Iiyck 91185112 Cllfigbt Stroke-G. B. '1'liurston, '13 No. -1 No. 7-S. G. Vaughn, '13 No. 3 No. 6-R. 13. Williams, '11 No. 2 Bow No. 5-D. J. Frawlcy, '12 Coxswain-H. H. Riclizmlsoii, '12 A. J. Grimm, '12 1-1. R. Topping, '12 -G. C. Babbitt, '12 -M. H. Gregg, '13 Substitutes-U. J. Smith, '13 5 J. H. Rich, '13, R. S. Doubleday, '13 5 A. 15. Witzcl, '13 lDt1D!5i1p 3110111 Stroke-W. W. Hall, '13 No. 2-J. A. Noxon, '13 No. 3-J. D. Crimmins, '13 Bow -K. T. Klock, '11 JFEUUDIIIUII Eight Stroke-A. H. Summerville No. 4-H. Robbins No. 7-M. F. 'Hilfingcr No. 3-F. G. Rutan No. 6-M. Davison No. 2-H. Crawford No. 5-W. M. Abbergcr Bow -M. G. Butler Coxswain-C. C. Goes Substitutes-C. C. lfrancis, L. S. Castle, B. Kitchin, F. '1 3435 Scbcrmcrliorn 1 Tm: VARSITY Form Seventy-five mp- .Xx -. I. . ...Vi 7- . se ff' FRESIIMAN EIGHT AT P0UGHKmz1's1Iz A DAILY SCENE .wr 'run LoNc BRANCH BoA'r1-music vcnty-six H ITP U 1115132 Eiintercnllegiate Regatta PUUGIIKEEPSIE, N. Y., JUNE 27, 1911 varsity sign:-maven amen Troplmy-'l'lIe Varsity Challenge Cup. CnIu'se-Four Miles. Record-18 min. 53 1-5 Sec. Cornell, July 2, 1901 ISN TRI IES TIIXI E 1. Cornell 20 min. -121-5 Sec 2. PC!1l1Sy1VZl111Zl 20 min. -1-11-5 see 3. C01ll1l11712l 20 min. 5-11-5 sec -1. Syracuse 21 min. 13-5 sec 5. 'Wisconsin 21 min. 15 3-5 sec PREVIOUS WINNERS 011' THE VARSITY CIIALLENGIS CUP 1901-Cornell 190-1-Syracuse 1908-Syracuse 1902-Cornell 1905-Cornell 1909-Cornell 1903-Cornell 1906-Cornell 1910-Cornell 1907-Cornell 1 ' 1 1 1 1 Q 1 I ' 1 I ' 1 , ' ' milfgffy JFUIUZFEIIUFU muff 'l'1'oplIy-'lxhe Kennedy Challenge Cup. Course-Two Miles Recorcl-10 min. 1 sec. Cornell, July 2, 1909 ENTRIES TIME 1. Cornell 11 min. 37 -1-5 see. 2. Syracuse 11 min. 43 2-5 see. 3. Columbia 11 min. -18 1-5 see. -1. PC11l1SylVZl.l11Zl 12 min. 22 su PREVIOUS NVINNIERS mf TIIE KENNEDY CHALLISNGIE TROPI-Iv 1905--Syracuse 1900-Cornell 1907-Syracuse 1908-Sy rzlcuse 1909-Cornell 1910-Cornell jfffglllllllll Qlffgbtfmilffn muff '1'ruplIy-'1'lIe Stew:u'cl'S Cup. Course-'1'w0 lVIiles. Reeorml-9 min. 73-5 Sec. Cornell, July 2. 1909 EN'I'RI IES TIM IE 1, Cm-mall 10 min. -101-5 sec. 2. CfjIlll1llIifl 111111. 2-5 SCC. 3, Syracuse 10 min. 5-1--1--5 sec. -1. l'ennsylv:u1i:1 ll 1111111 91-5 SCC- 5. Vvfgqongfn 111111. SCC. PREVIOUS WINNERS OF S'I'EwARIJ'S CUP 1901--Pcnn5yIvgmigl ' 1904-Syracuse 1908-Cornell 1902---Cornell 1905-Cornell 1909-Cornell 1903- Cornell 1906-Syracuse 1910-Cornell 1907--Wisconsin Seve ty v G7 Ti 'L Q 4 E , X 0. 5 1 X K 5 -'gg 9 2 x A -5, .. H 2 - m xk,..+' A- 1 ,f.s...Q. . 4534, Txx' .ij QSX W. . f 4-WW' 'QUQW E Q A 4 S 1 X 5 A 6 . X X. . 'x 5pratu5Iz:QnnapuIi5 'Varsity Bare SIEVIERN RIVER, ANNAl'iJI.IS, Mn., MAY 20, 1911 Course-'.l'wo Milos lvarsiity Qtreln Bow -Gregg No. 5-Frawley No. 2-Babbitt No. 6-'1'lIIII'st0n No. 3-Topping No. 7-Vaughn No. -1--Grimm , Stroke-Williams CCapt Coxswain-H. H. Ricliarclson WIJII by Annapolis by four lcngtlis. 32 SC Ghz Zinterclass Regatta SENECA RIVER, lV1AY 27, 1911. Cl1ll1'SCir1.1l11'CC Quarters '1'I'IIp1Iy-T110 Phi Kappa Alpha Challenge Cup VVOII by Class of 101-1 of a Milo. First Heat-1012 Dofczltcml 1911 Sccmicl Heat-191-1 Dcfczltc-11 1013 PREVIOUS WINNERS Ol? 'l'lllE I'l11 KAI'I'A AI,I'IIA CUP 1903-Class of 1905 1005--CNO Raoul 1907-Class of 1908 1011-1--fN0 Raccj 1906-Class of 1909 1008-Class of 1011 1900-Class of 1010 1010-Class of 1012 35 35 Scvcnlv Inc gh 1912 A'rn l.l!'l'IC DINNER M.,-lm.-M . , ps. Tmz CHEERLEADERS, 1911-I2 1 X 'WA X ,l , - 1 S if 41911 the iamnnh in 1911 In reviewing the baseball season of 1911 there is of course not much use of offering many excuses, for the season as a whole was considered as being very successful. Out of the nineteen games played the 'Varsity won twelve and lost seven. The game with Yale had to be post- poned on account of rain and as it was so near the end of the season this could not be played. The 'Varsity opened the season May 4th at Syracuse with a victory from Dartmouth but on the following day lost a very poorly played game to Penn State. ln this game the team did not seem to be able either to hit or field up to their usual form. The first two games in the west the team seemed to continue in their slumps but they came back strong in the next game with Michigan and won a 10 inning struggle. The same thing MANAGER KAR" B' N"R""'N happened on the eastern trip when the team lost the first two and won the last from Amherst in one of the best played games of the season. The trip to New York had the same results, the team winning only the last game from Columbia with a shut out. Probably the hest contested game of the season was that with Harvard at Cambridge on May 17th. Old "Cotty" was in the box for the Orange and the team supported him in an errorless game. A large crowd witnessed the game and many criticisms were passed as to the noise made by the 'Varsity while on the field. The game was played after "Big League" style and many times the Orange was saved from a defeat. by the seemingly impossible stops made by various members of the team. The game resulted in 5-3 victory for the ,Varsity and many critics said that it was the best college baseball game they had ever seen. The final game of the season was played with Columbia at Syracuse on Alumni day of commencement week. The game was almost en- tirely a pitcher's battle and Cottrell again showed his strength by holding the opposing team with- out a hit and Syracuse repeated the victory over Columbia by a 2-1 score. It might be well to state that the team proved to be a very much better team when at home than when on the road. This was not the case of the team of 1910 which played much better ball away from home. COACH H LEW " CARR Eighty-two HD11 the Dianwnn in 1911 This year the loss of Cottrell and Holmes will be felt most keenly by the team and it leaves our battery positions in a weakened condition. However, the prospects for 1912 look bright as there are several stars from last year's freshman team who will make strong bids for ,Varsity positions. With Coach Carr back and the good material to pick from the prospects look very good for a winning team. Karl Norton, fwmlngvr. l CAl"I'.'XIN ENSIGN S. Co'r'rRer.r. Eighty-three ,gif a 1:4 A , , f . , Ay, , , YI M V Schoepflin Adamy Holmes Severance De Silva Frye Carling Parsons Raynor Giles Hand Xcwhart Kling Cottrell, Capt. johnson, Mgr. Carr, Coach Dexter YVelch Xzrfon. Asst. Nga " Utica " varsity Baseball Team-1911 , Captain ......... linsign S. Cottrell, '11 Mll7lHyl?l' . . . Byron A. Johnson, '11 f4s.vi.s't1u1t Illzulnger , Karl B. Norton, '12 Coach . . .... . . Lewis S. Cari GTZD2 Cfliemu 3J3iffD2B95 E. S Cottrell, '11 1iurr'11. Dexter, '12 ctllatrber Robert H. Holmes, '12 Jlnfielh N. 17. Hand, '12, 1 b. H. G. Kling, '11, s. s. C. W. Giles, '13, 2 b. IW. D. Raynor, '13, 3 b Qlbutfielh F. L. Newheart, '13, l. f. H. C. Welch, '12, r. f. P. H. Scboepliiu, '12, C. f. I". A. Parsons, '13, r. f bllhgtftlltfg J. A lVIay May May May May May bday May lVIay May May May May May June .Tune .Tune June June .Tune Frye, '13 -l- Syracuse 5 Syracuse 6 Syracuse 1 1 Syracuse 12 Syracuse 1 3 Syracuse 15 Syracuse I7 Syracuse 23 Syracuse 25 Syracuse 26 Syracuse 29 Syracuse 30 Syracuse 3 1 Syracuse 3 Syracuse 7 Syracuse 8 Syracuse 9 'li Syracuse 10 Syracuse 13 Syracuse P. Carling, '13 SEDBDIIIB ann iKes5uIt6 2 Dartmouth 1 2 Penn State 13 6 Rochester 0 3 lVIichigan 5 -1 Michigan A. C. 6 5 Michigan -l- 20 Hamilton 5 5 Harvard 3 1 1 Rochester 1 5 Nlichigan 0 5 hlichigau 0 13 U. of Keio 0 4 S. Orange l"ield Cluh5 0 West Point 3 1 Columbia 0 rain 1 Tufts 8 rain Yale 1 hdass. A. C. 12 2 Amherst I 2 Columbia 1 M. 13. Severance, '12 at Syracuse at Syracuse at Rochester at Ann Arbor at Lansing at Ann Arbor 110 in'gsD at Syracuse at Cambridge at Syracuse at Syracuse at Syracuse at Syracuse at South Orange at West Point at New York at New Haven at Nfedford at Amherst at Amherst at Syracuse Eighty-five Cllfilllill Jlflazuzgw' Conch . Rieharcl Seymour, s. S. Walter Norman, 3 h. joseph Foley, 2 h. Alhert Coalcley, I h. C. T. Keegan, C. Charles Benjamin, l. f. Leo Keegan, r. f. Freshmen Freshmen Freshmen Freshmen Freshmen Freshmen 1914 Zgasehall Team . Rieharcl Seymour Chester A. Stephenson . . John Scully I-lerhert Warner, C. f. I-larolcl Porter, p. Bruce Wakefield, p. Philip Bernstein, p. Starr G. Taylor, p. Fred D. Hill. s. s. Waylaml W. Williams, C. . 2 at Phoenix . 4- at Watertown . 2 at Syracuse . I at Fulton . 6 at Manliiis . l at Camillus -l 1. , , Notmnn Bernstein lfoley Warner T.:uu'ic Keegan Stevenson, Mgr, Tfill 'Keegan Coakley Seymour, Capt. Taylor Porter Williams liighly-six ""IZ.PxQ' ehietn uf 191142 in Track Stick now! Stick! Coach Keane's familiar slogan seems to have become a part of the track team whose record this annual is to review. The spirit of "don't quitn bred in the team by the coach and exemplified by his men in their other activities, as Well as in track, augurs a string of victories to come. "Waterloo" spells the fate of Michigan on her first invasion of the Orange Gym in the Spring of 1911. The Orange athletes made a clean sweep in the sprint events, and Reidpath and Algire were responsible for the lowering of the college indoor records in the 4-l-O-yard dash and half mile run, the former setting a new mark of 54 minutes 4 seconds in the quarter, and the latter a new record of 2 minutes 4 2-5 seconds in the half. The result of this meet hung on the relay race, and the breathless anxiety of the crowd broke forth in wild exultation MANAGER LEON J' C"C'mAN'1 when Captain Niven raced across the line 30 yards ahead. Two weeks previous the Intercollegiate Meet was won by the College of Applied Science with a score of 42. The Liberal Arts men, who finished with a score of 41 did their best but the one point was enough to beat them. Like the Michigan meet the result of this meet hung on the relay race, which went to the Engineers. lVIarks for the 220-yard dash, the pole-vault, the shot-put, and the relay were lowered in this meet. As a preliminary to the outdoor season, the Orange relay four made a pilgrimage to, the 'Penn Relay Games at Philadelphia in April, 1911. Fortune refused to favor them, however, and although Fogg running first gave his successor a good lead, his team mates could not hold it and finished fifth. The Spring outdoor season was ushered in with fitting ceremony when Columbia fell a victim to Orange prowess. Seventy-two to fifty- four tells the tale of hard races Won with close finishes. ln the runs, Syracuse proved far su- perior, Columbia's point winners being mostly field men. The Michigan-Syracuse dual meet held a week later is simply the tale of "Old Ther- mopylae" couched in modern track slang. The Orange men gave every ounce of strength they had in the face of overwhelming odds, and with scarcely a voice to cheer them in the great crowd CQACH "TOM " KEANE of hostile rooters, went down to an honorable defeat. Iiighty-eight 1321112111 nf 1911112 ill Qlfttltk The next item on the track menu was the Underclass meet which was won bv the sophomores with a 68 to 58 score. i The lnterscholastic meet on May 20th was featured by the breaking of the IO0-yard record, Paul Adams of Travis Preparatory School negotiating the distance in 10 seconds flat. The meet was won by Travis Preparatory School with Wyoming second and St. Johns third. At the lntercollegiates at Boston the Orange squad failed to score for the first time in several years. Champlain, a sure point winner, was not allowed to compete because of a technicality, and Fogg, who was looked upon as a possible winner in the -I--F0-yard dash, was boxed in the preliminaries and did not qualify. . 4 A new feature of track activity inaugurated last spring was the Pi Phi Mu cup competition for Freshmen. Events were run off on several days and several finds were unearthed. Lester Kinney won the cup, gaining places in several events. Cross-country was again resumed last fall and after losing four Varsity men by injuries or ineligibility, the Orange still persisted and gained seventh place in the lntercollegiates. At the time of going to press with the Ozzorzdagan two relay events have been scheduled. The B. A. A. meet, the Columbia Relay Games on February l7, 1912, and the Relay Games at Troy on February 22. The prospects are bright this season and the team should more than ful- fill the expectations of those who predict that Syracuse will have one of the best teams in her history. The retrospect is pleasant. Indoors or out- doors, on the padded track-or on the yielding cinders the Orange banner has been borne high. Sometimes the score may have been adverse, but p never has the spirit of fight which is the real victory been quenched in a Syracuse track man, 1 for there is one thing that Tom Keane's men do not know, and that is how to quit. Cmvmin " NIFTYD Niven Leon J. Cochrane, '12, M111:agr'1'. Eighty-nine Zintmullegiate Qssntiatiun uf Qmateur Qtbletits nf Qmerita 913111132135 fmt 1911912 l"r1'.s'i111'nt . . Vire-Pre,vi1lenfx . S erretrzry Treasurer . . . . Frederic P. Nlullins, Yale H. A. Goetz, Nlichigang J. H. Hinckley, Brown . . John IC. Hyatt, New York University . . Allen H. Smith, Columbia Clfflfllfibf CIl:U111111f1122 John B. Miilford Henry L. Felt . William W. Slaymaker Hugh L. Gaddes . . Pennsylvania 'Princeton . Cornell . Harvard 0110112525 uhh Ullllibttiitiw nt tht Zigllltiilfinn Amherst Bowdoin Brown College of the City of New York Columbia Cornell Dartmouth Fordham Harvard Haverford Johns Hopkins N i n c t y Massachusetts Institute of Technology Nlichigan New York University Pennsylvania Princeton Stevens Swarthmore Syracuse Virginia Williams Yale Thirty-sixth 31. QE. QI. Q. Zi. ftibampinnsbip Sououms Fuano, Cmviixiuoolz. MASS., NIAY 26-27, 1911 Cornell Yale . Michigan . .Pennsylvania Dartmouth . Princeton . Harvard . Efmvlt 100-yar4l clash 220-yarml dash -1-1-0-yarml clash Half-mile run Mile run 'liwo-mile run liroacl jump Shot put Hammer 'l'lirow Polc vault 120-yarcl liurcllcs 220-yarcl liurmllcs fllilc walk 19nint5 Brunch . 30 1-2 Amlu-rst . 2-1- 1-2 Columbia . 2-1 111. I. T. . 19 2-3 VVilliams 9 Rutgers 8 Pcnn State . 6 Brown Jlntcrrnllrgiatc i1ierm:hs5 Rlfl'fll'll Ilfllflfl' 9 -1--5 sec. 21 1-5 s0C. -18 -1-5 soc. 1 min. 5-1 -1-5 sec. -1 min. 15 2-5 sec. 9 min. 25 1-5 sec. 2-1 ft. -1 1-2 in. -16 ft. 7 1-8 in. 16-1 ft. 10 in. 12 ft. 8 3-8 in. 15 1-5 soc. 23 3-5 soc. 6 min. -1-2 2-5 soc. 13. -1. Wt!fJl'S R. C. Craig 13. Wc'fci's R. C. Craig 13. Taylor Young ,1. P. Jones J. P. Jones '1'. S. Bcrna A. C. Kracnzlcin 1. Horner R. 1J1tWitt 1-1. 8. Babcock A. 13. Shaw J. A. C. Kracnzlcin XV. B. 1"cttvrman,Jr. Collrge Georgetown Michigan Georgetown Michigan Pennsylvania Amherst Cornell Cornell Cornell Pennsylvania Micliigan P rinccton Columbia Dartmouth Pcnnsyl vania Pennsylvania Saprncuse Iluterrullcgiutc 628111 1911 P. D. Fogg, 112 ....... . Quarter C. J. Downey, '12 100'5'fU'd 1-1. N. Algirc, '12 1 H If R. 1J.Ncwing, '13 . - . 3 'I+ 1 G. NI. Taylor, 15. G. Champlin, '12 5 5 31-3 3 2 1 1 1Qwr 1896 1911 1890 1910 1907 1911 1911 1911 1911 1800 1911 1902 1911 1908 1898 1898 mi lv clash mile . Broad jump Nin -011 Syracuse winners at Zlntzrnullegiate Games First place wins 5 points, second, 3 pointsg third, 2 points, fourth, 1 point. Year 1 897 1898 1899 1900 1901 1902 1903 1904 1905 1906 1907 1908 1909 1910 :line N nm If C. D. Wittemore, '99 C. D. Wittemore, '99 H. G. Lee, '99 Myer Prinstein, '01 C. D. Wittemore, '99 W. F. Lewis, '99 R. A. Waite, Jr., '01 Myer Prinstein, '01 lC. T. Glass, '02 H. G. Lee, '99 Myer Prinstein, '01 W. F. Lewis, '01 M. Scrafford, '02 W. C. Lowe, '03 H. L. Gardner, '04 W. C. Lowe, '03 W. C. Lowe, '03 H. L. Gardner, '04 C. Van Duyne, '04 W. C. Lowe, '03 C. Van Duyne, '04 H. L. Gardner, '04 C. Van Duyne, '04 K. B. Squires, '06 R. L. Young, '08 M. F. Horr, '09 M. F. Horr, '09 M. F. Horr, '09 C. Allen, '08 M. F. Horr, '09 M. F. Horr, '09 C. D. Reidpath, '12 Deane Waite, '12 X ly! lffvent 100-yard dash 100-yard dash 440-yard dash Broad jump Broad jump 120-yard hurdle 220-yard dash liroad jump Shot put 440-yard dash Broad jump 120-yard hurdle Half-mile run High jump 'Pole vault High jump High jump Pole vault Hammer throw High jump Hammer throw- l'ole vault Hammer throw Half-mile run 220-yard hurdle Hammer throw Shot put Hammer throw 'Pole vault Hammer throw Hammer throw 440-yard dash Shot put Tinzw, llriglll or Dixtmmf 10 2-5 see. 10 sec. 50 4-5 see. 23 ft. 7 1-4 in. 21 ft. 7-8 in. 15 2-5 see. 21 2-5 see. 23 ft. 2 in. 41 ft. 6 1-4 m. -19 3-5 sec. 23 ft. 8 in. 15 2-5 sec. 2 min. 3 2-5 see. 5 ft. 7 3-4 in. 11 ft. 5 ft. 11 in. 5 ft. 11 3-4 in. 11 fr. 7 in. 151 ft. 7 in. 5 ft. 11 in. 154 ft. 11 in. 11 ft. 7 1-4 in. 149 ft. 11 in. 1 min. 56 sec. 25 1-5 see. 147 ft. 9 1-2 in -1-3 ft. 10 in. 150 ft. 1 1-2 in 11 ft. 6 in. 151 ft. 6 in. 145 ft. 2 in. 50 sec. 44 ft. 11 3-4 in Poiuls 1 1 1 5 1 2 1 3 3 3 5 1 1 1-2 3 5 3 5 3 5 2 3 1-3 5 3 3 5 3 5 3 3 3 5 3 Svpraruse Uinihersitp Becnrhs l9'Z'!'IIf 50-yard clash 100-yzlrcl clash 220-yzlrd slash 440-yard dash 880-yzu'c1 run Mile run Two-nlilc run 120-yzird 1Ill1'CHCS 220-yzlrcl hurdles Running high jump Running hrozui jump Polo vault Shot put Hzlnnucr throw Discus throw R!'l'IJI'll 5 3-5 scc. 9 -1-5 sec. 22 sec. -19 1-5 sec. 1 nun. 58 2-5 sm-C. -1 min. 29 3-5 scv. 9 min. 56 4-5 soc. 15 -1-5 sec. 2-1 2-5 SOC. 6 fr. 1 7-8 in. 24 ft. 7 1--1 ln. 12 ft. 1 1-4 in. -15 ft. 5 1-2 in. 157 fr. 6 in. 128 fr. 7 I-2 in. llolzln' K. B. Squires, '06 R. L. Young, ex. '09 R. L. Young. I-V. '09 AI2llIl'1L'C Fikes, 197 C. D. Rciclpath, '12 K. 13. Squires, '06 H. N. Algirv, '12 H. N. Algirc, '12 Hugh Welsh, '11 ,' v R. L. Noung. ex. 09 NV. C. Lowe, '05 Myvr Prinstcin, '02 Claude Allen, cx. '08 M. F. Horr, '09 Nl. 19. Horr, '09 NI. 1". Hnrr, '09 fltilirteentb Sinmml drfrurk Sweet nf Svpraruse University Sicauenlic Sitbletin Sissuciutiuu Sflliiillllh 1V1:1y 20, 1911 x Wcmii hy Trzlvis l'rvp:u':1rory School of SIXIALIIK 127i 1EJbi 9911 Qliup Qlnmpetitiun NV For Fl'c'slum'n un hy j. Lvstvl' Kinnvv. ' 15 Nina-ly-Il ilQL,NwQW,,ghwf""'w - ,-A-""""'A .. ' " Q 5 H Q l,Vg, 1 gr fl if L. EQ Eg III '.',,w 5 .Q 4.i..Qm.mmsf'F'. ll5lf"Vf 3 Hayward, fllgrj Rile Champlin Danes Fogg Mc Dowell Algire Coakley Glaentzner Cochrane,f.-Xsst. llgrj Downey Street Morrell Xiven Keane.CCoachD YYaldron Bloom Newing Taylor "' 11 Varsity Ulirack Team 1911 M mzagur . . fl.r.ri.rlanl Mr11111g1'r' Canal: . Caplain H. A. Niven, '11 C. D. Reidpath, '12 H. R. VVulc1ron, '12 C. J. Downey, '12 NI. IC. Robertson, '12 P. D. Fogg, '12 H. N. Algire, '12 T H. . lV1orre1l, '12 '1'. F. Pincler, '11 H. A. Niven, '11 lil. G. Chzlmplin, '12 12. M. Wisner, '12 L. Stiles, '13 M. Bloom, '13 L. N. Street, '12 li. G. Chzunplin, '12 4 . . . . . . . EDaf5he5 ann lliumi ilaurulw Qlumpfi 19012 1961111 Frank Kehoe, '11 Zllllzigbw . John W. Hayward . Leon J. Cochrane . Thomas F. Keane . H. A. Niven D. Layton, '12 J. H. Rile, Jr., '13 W. A. Harvey, jr., '13 J. F. Danes, '13 R. L. Newing, '13 R. P. McDowell, '13 G. NI. Taylor, '1-l R. H. Bowman, '14 F. G. Chzlmplin, '12 A. J. Coukley, '1-1 W. P. Thompson, '13 F. S. Wetherell, '13 W. H. Kortwright, '14 W. H. Kortwright, '14 Rudolph Probst, '13 E. B. Smith, 'l-l Nine: h .. ----.,5 pil- --- If A L. V ,I Ex Z5 il X 100 yd S 'Q 1 2 i TX 5 -, .Q xy XX-X l 'Q ai f f , V - XXXX I GR ig . Q., 5 g ' Ti' if . 'V , Q ,' f X KX V ,1'YAYlnT5?'P Aw, 3 '. ,U ', 5 , f Nth 1 X5 -4 k ' gg . Af q Nav Y '1 2Awia1-L- Qf , X -iywifi f 555-P1 it ' "' R ,211 - A A V A- Q 7 77 'U , XXX , ' ifffiiiffiriifff-'-+ XE A ' 1 A :Fi ' ' aff' V X ' ' xx - 2 - XX L X ilnter-cullege est GYMNASIUM, MARCH 4, 1911 lffvcnl Ujillllfl' -I-5-yd. dash C.l7.ReidpathQA.S.J 45-yd. low hurdles li.Cl.ChamplinfA.S.j 45-yd. high hurdles '1'.F.PiuderQl..A.J Pole vault WV.I'I.KortwrightCl..A.J Two mile run J.'l'.lJanesCl,.A.j 220-yd. dash C.lJ.ReidpathCA.S.l l'l.'l'.Morrell Cl..A.J D.l'l.WVaite1F.A.j Half mile run Shot put 440-yd. dash C.D.ReidpathQA.S.l Mile run I'I.N.AlgircfF.A.l High jump L.Stilesfl..A.J Inter college relay Applied Science S060 71 rl M.lC.Rohertsun QLH l'l.A.Niven QLQ lE.G.Champlin fA.S.J F.liehoe 1 LJ ' j.l'I.Ricl1fL.A.j D.C.Ugshu ry Q A.S.J .l.ll.Rile,jr. QL.A.l l..N.Street 1 l..A.l l7.l.aytonQA.S.J S.l,.Munsou fA.S.J N'V.lrI.Kortwrigl1t Q L.A.j Law Third Time, 111-ight, Disfancr E.G.ChamplinCA.S.D5 sec. A.j.Coakleyfl..A.J 5 -If-5 sec. A.j.CoakleyfL.A.l 6 I-5 sec. E.M.NVisnerfF.A.J 10 ft. 6 in. A.C.BrettlefA.S.J 10 min. 37 sec. R.j.GiddiugsfA.S.l 2+ sec. G.W.I.amhCl.,.A.l 2 min. 10 2-5 sec E.G.ChamplinfA.S.l43 ft. C.A.liardenlA.S.l 56 3-5 sec. R.l'.McDowellfL.A.J+ min. 40 2-5 sec. F.S.XVetherellfMed.j5 ft. 7 1-2 sec. L. A. 2 min. 22 sec. Sophomore-Freshman relay won by Sophomores-3 min. 23 4-5 sec. Total Points-Applied Science, 42g Liberal Arts, -l-lg Law, 12: Fine Arts, 11g Medical 1. bpracuse-jltllirhigan Zinhuur ual illileet GYNINASIUM, MARCH 18, 1911 Ewen! Ufiflflff' Srrnml Time, llrfght ' or lJi.Fflllll'L' Shot put .l.llorncrCMl lI.C.SmithCMj 45 ft. 3 in. 40-yd. dash M.lE.Rohertson and C'.l7.Reipath tied for first 5 sec. 45-yd. hurdle R.C.CraigfMJ 'l'.F.PinclerfSJ 6 1-S sec. 300-yd. dash C.D.ReidpathfSl ll.A.NivenfSJ 33 4-5 sec. Ilalf mile run ll.N.AlgireCSj C.l'l.llallfMl 2 min. -1- 2-5 sec. Running high jump j.llorncrfMb l..llallcrCMb 5 ft. 5 1-2 sec. 44-0-yd. run C.D.ReiclpathfSJ l'.D.FoggfSJ 54 4-5 sec. Mile I-un lC.M.HanavauQMl ' ll.N.AlgircfSJ 4 min. 28 4-5 Sec. Pole vault .l.l'lorncrfMJ F.KehoefSl 10 ft. 2 in. Two-thirds mile relay-WVon by Syracuse. Total Points--Syracuse, 435 Michigan, 34. Ninety-seven Efvent 100-yd. dash 120-yd. hurdle Mile run 440-yd. run Two mile run 220-yd. hurdle Half mile run Shot put Pole vault Hammer throw Running high jump Running broad jump Discus throw Total Points-Syracuse, 725 Columbia, Efvent: 100-yd. dash Shot put 120-yd. hurdles 220-yd. dash Discus throw Half mile 220-yd. hurdles Pole vault Hammer throw High jump Mile 1'un 440-yd. dash Two mile run Broad jump Cdiulumhia-bpracuse ual meet STADIUM, MAY 6, 1911, lVinner C.J.Downey C SJ A.J.Coakley C SJ H.F.RowlandCC1 P.D.Fogg C Sl H.T.Morrell CSD A.j.Coakley C SJ 'I'.C.Morgan CCD L.N.StreetCSj H.T.Babcock CCH L.N.Street C SJ H.T.Babcock C CJ N.B.WardCCj H.T.Bahcock CCJ Sncoml H.H.jacobs CCH T.F.Pinder CSB H.N.Algire C SJ H.R.Wald ron C SJ J.T.DanesCSl N.l?-.Ward CCD G.M.Taylor C SJ E.G.Champlin C SD W.H.Kortwright C SQ tied for second Root C CD W.H.Kortwright C SJ L.H.Stiles,jr. C SJ F.S.Wetherell CSD H.T.Babcock C Cl R.Hale CCJ 54. Third M.E.Rohertson C Sl H.T.Bz1bcockCCj F.McDonald CCD W.H.FoersterCCl W.H.EvansCCJ H.W.HaldemanCCj R.L.NewingCSj RnssCCJ M.BloomCSj R.W.Probst C SD F.Kehoe C SJ W.W.Renwick C CJ tied for second W. F.Thompson C S I O.j.Smith CSD Syracuse-jllllinbigan ual Meet ANN ARBOR, MAY 13, 1911 Winner Second Third R.C.CraigCMD F.R.RossCMj M.E.RobertsonCSj J.HornerCMJ H.SmithCMj ' BogleCMJ R.HammondCMj E.G.ChamplinCSj No third R.C.CraigCMJ F.R.RossCMj C.-I.DowneyCSj J.HornerCMJ H.SmithCMj l+I.G.ChamplinCSJ C.H.lIallCMjand li.H.ReckCMj R.L.NewingCSj tied for first R.HammondCMj C.B.Hal'fCMj T.F.PinderCSJ F.KehoeCSjancl M.lilo0mCSj j.HornerCMland tied for first McElligotCMb tied for third L.N.StreetCSJ lI.SmithCMJ 1.1-lornerCMj H.l,awtonCMJ I..HallerCMj F.S.WetherellCSj IC.M.HanavanCMJ .I.H.Rile,jr.CSJ J.A.McLaughlinCMJ P.D.F0ggCsy H.s.c1amb1eqMp I-I.R.WaldronCSb R.C.Hambz1ughCMb J.'Il.D8HCSCSJ H.T.MorrellCSj E.G.ChamplinCSj WarringCMj H.SmithCMD Total Points-Michigan, 85g Syracuse, 40. Ninety-eight Time, Height lJi.flll7Il'L' 10 1-5 sec. 16 4-5 sec. 4 min. 30 2-5 sec 51 1-5 sec. 10 min. 2 3-5 sec. 26 4-5 sec. 2 min. 1 sec. 40 ft. 7 1-2 in. 11 ft. 122 ft. 11 1-2 in. 5 ft. 8 m. 20 ft. 7 1-2 in. 108 ft. 5 3-4 in. Timn, llnigllt Dislanre 10 sec. 47 ft. 16 2-5 sec. 22 1-5 sec. 127 ft. 11 in. 1 min. 59 sec. 26 1-5 sec. 10 ft. 7 in. 126 ft. 6 1-2 in. 5 ft. 8 in. 4 min. 23 Sec. S0 2-5 sec. 9 min. 47 4-5 sec 22 ft. 4 in. fllruss Qliuuntrp Team Cnellrnne Kessler llzmes Kezmc QCOIICII1 Rile llrcwsler Newing Cllflgrxb .Xlgire Morrell, CCnpx.J Sargent CAsst. Mgxzb QDHUZIJ5 fl4llllIIgllfI' . . Leon J. Coellrzme J.v.s'i.vir111ffl'7mn1gf'r . . R. I.. Newing IJOKIFII ...... T. I". Keane mfillll H. T. 1Vlorrell, '12 cC1ll7l.J tl. '1'. Dunes, 113 -1. H. Rile, Jr., '13 l'l. N. Alglre, '12 C. C. Kessler, ,IS NI. K. Brewster, '1-1- W. A. Sargent, '1-I- The Zguph Qllrnss Ciuuntrp Bane For 'Cup Presenteal by W, Y. Boyd - First-VV. A. Sargent, '14 Tlmiul-l-1. T. M01'1'ell, '12 Fifth-C. C. Kessler, '13 Seeoml-H. N. Algire, '12 170111111-J. T. Dames, '13 Sixth-R. P. lVIeUowell, '13 Seventh--I.. A. Comlirr, 115 lCigl1tl1--NI. K. Brewster, '14 Zintercullegiate Qllruss Qlnuntrp Bare BROOKLINIE, MASS.. Novlsmmsk 25, 1911 190111175 Zllllllll Cornell 48 Dnrrmoutll 127 Brown 188 I-Igu'VgU'd Ili. P1'1l1CCt0Il Pennsylvzmizz 125 Yule 154 Columbia 232 , Syracuse 156 fLowest score Wmsj. Ninety-n i n The Relay brazen 1912 CAv'rAIN " Crmnnm " REIDPATII QIIJ2 M2132 'ZIICBHII1 C. D. Reidpath, '12 CCapt.D P. D. Fogg, '12 H. R. Waldron, '12 E IC. G. Champlin, '12 Ben Bowser, '15 W. G. Harvey, Jr., '13 btbthult Feb. 10. Boston Athletic Association Meet at Boston. Syracuse vs. Columbia. Won by Columbia, each man running 390 yards. Time 3 min. 10 1-5 sec. Feb. 17. One Mile Intercollegiate Relay Championship of the United States, held by Columbia University at Twenty-second Regiment Armory in New York City. VVon by Syracuse. Time 3 min. 31 sec. Columbia second, Cornell third, Harvard fourth. i This gives Syracuse two legs on the cup offered for the Intercollegiate Championship. To retain permanent possession the cup must be won three times in succession. Feb. 22. Troy Athletic Carnival, at Troy, N. Y. Syracuse vs. Fordham. Decision given by the referee to Fordham because of alleged fouling, although Syracuse finished an easy first. Each man ran 390 yards. One Hundred Zgaskethall MANAGER JESSE E. KINGSLEY ble for our success, is indeed evident. was conclusively proven when we defeated the strong aggregation from St. Lawrence Univer- sity, a feat accomplished only twice in the history of our athletic relations. To point out the individual stars on the team, would indeed be difficult. Castle at center has been a tower of strength, the guard positions have been ably filled by Captain Davey, Rugg and Riehl, while the work of the scoring ma- chine, Norman, Bloom and Ryan, the forwards, needs no commendation. During the past season Syracuse University has met and defeated the strongest teams in thc east, teams equal in calibre to those of the lnter- collegiate league, and it is only to be regretted that the opportunity to meet the much heralded Ms college teams of the Intercollegiate was not open to us this season. Jesse E. Kiuosmsv, Mgr. ONE-lIllll4ll'C1l'1lWl1 Not since the memorable days of the Champi- onship season of 1907-1908 has Syracuse been represented by a better Basketball team than this year. Under the able tutelage of Coach Edward A. Dollard '08, and Captain of that famous quintet, this year's team, although hampered in the beginning of the season by a lack of ready material, have developed until they have ob- tained a record of which Syracuse may well be proud. That the consistent efforts of Coach Dollard and Captain Davey toward unifying the team in accurate passwork is to a large degree responsi- This fact ,f,.,:'-A . "TR . .ws . - Conference it ah' CAPTAIN "WA1.'1"' IDAVEY Eiga 'Varsity Zgaskethall Ulieam Qmganigatinn Mfzlzrzger' . . . . . Jesse Kingsley, 'IZ .fl.r.s'i.rI1111t Illanfzgar . . Harry Maxon, '13 Cfllffflifl - - Walter V. Davey, '12 Cozzrh . . . Edward A. Dollarcl, '08 jtnrtuarhsi Walter J. Norman, lvlyer Bloom, and Lewis C. Ryan Gtsntzc Lewis S. Castle c1Euarh5 Walter V. Davey QCapt.l, William W. Rugg, Albert H. Riehl Arthur C. Toomey fSubstituteJ Brute oPl'0N13N'1' SYRACUSE lJt'lTl'IIlblf7' 15th. iRensselaer P. 1. at Syracuse 19 27 .lrzuuary 6tl1. University Toronto at Syracuse 27 45 12th. Rensselaer P. l. at Troy . . 26 13th. Union College at Schenectady 15 19th. University St. Lawrence at Syracuse 17 26th. Oswego Normal at Oswego . 13 l"1'brur1ry Znd. Union College at Syracuse . . 16 8tl1. St. John's College at Brooklyn . 19 9tl1. University New York at New York 21 10th. West Point at West Point . . 26 14th. Colgate at Hamilton . 37 16th. Oberlin College at Syracuse . 14 19tl1. Colgate at Syracuse . . . 22 22nd. University Pennsylvania at Syracuse . 14 Total . . . - 286 One llunili l ll ,E . 1.5.2 Q' , Nh.. 6 ll ,f Notman Ryan Mgr. Kingsley Bloom Coach Dollard Rugg Trainer Crowley Riehl Castle Davey. Capt. Toomey Mhz 1915 Zgaskethall Ulieam fllrnmgrr Harry F. Nlaxon, '13 Capmiu . . Gaylord H. Fish, '15 jFIJl2lUtIED5 William J. Farber Clarence Chaney Qllzntct Gaylord H. 1"ishCCapt.D C15llavh5 Charles F. Donnely Frank W. Keebler bllllgtltlltfg Henry Friedenrich John K. Cooper SE 5'-C Brbrhule ann ilieiultsi 1911 O1'I'ON1ENTS 1915 Nov. 19 Roosevelt A. C. . . 16 30 1912 Jan. 5 East High School . 2-1 23 Jan. 11 Battery A . . . -l- 33 Jan. 27 East High School . 22 27 Feb. 9 Manlius School . . 17 46 Feb. 10 Cortland Normal . 8 30 91 19-1 Total . . . . One Hundred Five The Tlnihersitp Tennis Team llolzwnrth Coltci . Light Thompson M llllllgkf Captain . . UDB qlllflllll -liugene '1'hompson, 'll Ray Holzwarth, 'll QEDZUIIIZ May 5 Syracuse . 0 Columbia May 8 Syracuse . 2 Union Hue llunalrcrl Six hull Philip K. Lightlmall John R. Coltcr, '12 Philip K. Lighthull, John R. Coltcr, '12 ' HGCKEY 4 be Jfirst Iauckep 5285011 MANAGER W. A. MUNRO M. I. T. profiting from longer practice and more experience in games defeated the 'Varsity in a well played game. Playing the best hockey of the season the 'Varsity lowered the colors of the University of Rochester seven in one of the closest and most exciting games ever played at the Arena. Micl-years and ineligibility caused a complete change in the line-up, and little chance was given the new combination to play together before the R. P. I. game which resulted in a 3-2 defeat. On February 24th, the team journeyed to Troy and on a rink covered with water played R. P. I. to a standstill. An extra period could not break the tie and the game ended 0-0. Syracuse was represented by a hockey team the past season for the first time in the history of hill athletics. The Governing Board being ung- able to finance the proposition, the Delta Tau Junior Society showed true Syracuse spirit and furnished the necessary equipment to put a hockey team in the Held. A The showing made by the team was very creditable considering the fact that the men had never played together before and did not get or- ganized until the collegiate hockey season was half over. However, through the able efforts of Professor J. A. Northcott, who offered his ser- vices as coach, and the fine facilities afforded by the new Syracuse Arena, the team rapidly rounded into good shape. Only a light schedule was attempted. The first game was with the Arena Hockey Club, an extra period being necessary to decide the game. The outlook for next year is very bright. - , Only one man will be lost by graduation and l' there is a wealth of promising material in the 1 freshman class. The facilities for hockey afforded the 'Varsity by the Syracuse Arena can not he im- , proved upon. Practice can be held regularly and - f there is no danger of being compelled to cancel . A ' games on account of inclement Weather. - W. ALEXANDER MUNRO, Manager. One Hundred Eight CAPTAIN "Ren" Scuo1zPF1.1N The Varsity Ziauckep Team I R l X L I x , I "'1,.wpg,K Nlimro,Mgr. Ayling Collins Kin. 3 SlCVL'llS0lllCJlSllll0!lIl Norllicoll,Cnm:li Smith llolmsnn liong Vromzm Suliocpflin, l,.1p1. Sllt'l!lUll Sulclillc Simmons Taylor QDvgani5utinn Ijllflfllill .... Paul H. Sclmocpflin fl4lIllllffl'l' . . W. Alcxamlcr Nllmro fjlillfll . . . Professor J. A. Nortlicutt lplupew jFUYl.'Ul'lFU5 .lamcs S. Ayling l'larry lW. Simmons .lolm Long VValtcr D. Sutuliffc Louis l. Qlolmson Amos nl. Vromzm cnlntmpninmt lloxvzlrtl G. Slu-Irion Clwstcr A. Stevenson maint Paul H. Scliocpflin CCaptainJ c1EnaI Oliver Smith Qfbfhlllf 19 'C Feb. Feb Jan. Jan. I1 b 12 18 26 3 I0 24 . . 1 Arcna I' . . 3 5 M. I. 1. . . . University of Rochester . 1 R. P. I. . . R. P. I. . . . 3 . 0 Varsity Varsity 'Varsity l Varsity 'Varsity 2 . . 0 . . 2 . . 2 . . 0 women! Qtbletin Governing Baath Muir 'l'ny1ur Ilullcy VVl'igI1t Cmmkc Ncwcnmh Shaw Steel-Brooke SIDtfircvG l'r1'.s'i1l1'11t . Uc11:l Shaw, '12 . lfif,-ff-l'nf.vi1l1fn1 . . Sl'l'l'l'flll'j! llllll y'I'f'll.I'IlI'I'I' Katharine Sib1cy Bllykrflbllff R rju'1'.v1f II lzlliw' Tmznix R1ffn'1'.vr'11f11!i1frf Slllillllllillg R1'fDl'1'.S'1'lIfIlli7'1' RejJrc'.s'1!l1trllivfc-111-large . U n c II ll 1141 rural Ton Qlpemhew FACULTY U N DICRGRA IJ UA'I'IE Iflorcncc Taylor, ,13 Gcrtruclc Su-ul-I3n-ookc, '12 1V1:n'i0n IC. W1'ig11r ,Ivan 1V1'uir, '13 . 1'1c1cnc Cookv, '12 . Rachel Iiullcy, '12 . M:1rgzL1'ct Newcomb, '14 ufilumerfs Brlskethall Sissueiatiun flfffuulfjm' ......... Jean Mllir, '13 CAl"l'AlNS 1912 Janet Wbytoelc 1914 Margaret Newcomb 1913 Jean Nluir 1915 Lena Place C1Vlanager1 aTcHumen's dteunis Sissnciutiun fllnfzrzyrr ........ Helene Cooke, '12 University Qlbampiunsbip 1910911 VVon by Lola lialclwin, '11 Qtlass Qlimnipiunsbip Series 1910911 1912 Helene Cooke 1914 Rutb Bielby 1913 Esther Bill 1915 Dora Ruland clicilearets of '1BInu5e .ll9lIlll2I'tIl5 Helene Cooke, '12 Ctennisj Nlarion Weaver, '14 ftennisj lCstber Bill, '13 ftennisj Ruth Bielby, '14 ftennisj lilizabetb lillenberger, '13 Ctenuisj lClizaberb Gibson, '13 fbasketballj aiiileurers nf Sleeve Ji911mer11l5 Mabel Justus, '12 Cbaslcctballj Anna Smeamler, '12 fbasketballj Bennacletta Quinn, '12 Qbasketballj Gertrude Steel-Brooke, '12 fbasketballj Della Shaw, '12 fbaskerballj Janet Wbytoek, '12 Cbaslcetballj .lean Muir, '13 Cbasketballj One ll unmlreml lileven 1912 ?!lZfHumen's igaskethalle sam Lung Smczuler Smerlley Steele-lirnoke Wliylnek Miss Sibley Slmle Quinn 'l'r:1in Justus Gertrude Steele-Brooke, Bernzlcletta Quinn . . . ,l'l0I"lU1ll'Il5 Helen Slzulc . . . . . . Centre: Janet Wliytcmcfk CCILIDLD, Nlnbel Justus . . . Guarzli S U llS'l'l'l' UTISS Anna Slnczuler Nellie Long lCstl1cr Sinemlley lilezmor Train 35 35 1913 Yllihlumews Jgaskethall Ulieam f.. 'I':1ylm' Pune M:u:Ve:nn lin-lniett, Suiitlu Meritliew Muir lCclitl1 Pope, Jean Mllll' fCzlpt.D . . . . l"m-warfly Helen lVIaCVean . Center Kate Mcritlicw, Florence Taylor . . . . Gzlards SU1zS'I'I'1'UTES lilizzibctli Bennett Dorothy Smith Clara Roeper Une llunrlrcrl 'I' W1-lve 'V l+ 1914 71l?Humen's igaskethall Zllieam Grifiith Hull Singer Grown XVcyr:ulcI1 Wellman R1-ml XVIIUIHCIII Iliulhy Ncwunmlm Huglmcs 1501314 jfllfm ll PU5 M :u'g1zu'ct N vwcomh fC:1pt.J Ruth Biclby Ihlitlm Uoluic Phoebe Bull Elrxisv Grcvn Qtrntcv Winifrcml Hughes G5IllIPU5 SUl!S'l'ITU'I'lES Grace Griflith Annu Wellman Jczlncttc Singer Agnes Davis fwarion Wl1c:1tor1 Jessie Myers Nfurtlm Recd Margery WCj'l'ZlllL'll flux- ITlIIll1l'l'fl 'I' 1915 Tllftelnmmfs Zgaskethall Uleam Fox Greeley llCl'fLflllIP-1' llarrinpzlon Iienneti 'l'r:iver Basset Angel Hoyt, Urefs Rulanrl Brown Fisher Fanllxaln-r Mcflnirc Place Stranl Brown Smell 1 1915 Squat Arla E. Bergquist lVlarian Angel Alberta Bennett Sylvia Harrington Nlarguerite Wanlliaber Viola Drefs Albertina Traver Helen Straub Dora Rulancl lVlary Fox Frances Brown Bowena Brown Nellie Greeley Liena Place CCapt.l W1Illfl'CKl Fisher Harricttc Bassett Ethel Hoyt Grace MCGllll'l! Arla Smcadcr Qilass Ulennis Qibampiuns J P Rnlanrl 'IS Biclby '14 llill 'I3 Cooke 'IZ ,J if ' 55" " - ,V , - ' 1-1 ,. arm- . - ' N ' ' x -4 ' -. ' Q ' Q - ' 1 7 ,,-V -. . f J M7 ' ... ,. 'W' ,- ' - g ' ' ,- "R -, - -Q -4 ' ..-' ,,.,, , --.. f""- . LIZ .. , 12- - f- ,- f- . , - V.. . .. . f.- , Y , -A -,, Y , , ,- - , -.. - -.- A xl P--1. .sb,,5,31h-, - V-. 2' :FE s 1 . - :f - ' - ', , .' 1 .,' ,ff 224,35 ,"-.kf, 1 .1 , . V , 1 -H , , 1. 1 , . . l f dll- -Y Y.f,,,. R, ,. ,-, ,,, ..-V A tDoust Photoj Q banter batman RADUATION from College should not be accompanied by a torrent of tears, to mistake robes of solemnity for robes of sadness is a mistake unexcusable. Wliy' do they select black robes to indicate wisdom? VVisdom should be a thing of light, of cheeriness, nothing sad or gloomy in being able to translate Greek, to solve long Mathematical liquations-the sad part comes in being able to do Q l t whitt owns 'ind caps? ln other words, turn Com- uufy that. to wry no wear - g s . mencement into a grand parade of men and women clad in flowing white robes and crowned by a white hat and golden tassel. It would look like the marshalling of the- Knights of the Round Table. Why should we Seniors feel a shadow of gloom over our going out? Why should our friends and relatives bury their faces in their handkerchiefs when the diplomas are passed? If the completion of our college course were to be the end, the final step in the race, if after gripping the sheepskin we should betake ourselves to a couch and sleep for the remainder of our lives, and feel that such sleep was legitimate, then there would be cause for real grief, for then would growth cease, and decay set in. We grow by action, regarding every success as a stepping stone to more successes. And surely a College course is a mere incident in our growth. A happy incident if we have been wise, an unhappy one if we have been foolish, but in most cases it is a growth, a step to things a little higher, a view into worlds of knowledge, the existence of which we had not even guessed at when we were Freshmen. If then we are to gain by this completed task, if we are to ascend to heights undreamed of, why should we drape our minds with thoughts as gloomy, as sad, and as melancholy as the robes which drape our shoulders? To scowl at adversity is sometimes almost exeusable, but to scowl or be sad over success is unreasoning foolishness. True, we are parting with friends, with whom we have suffered, for whom we have worked and from whom we have received benefit, praise and censure. Such companionship is dear, but such companionships are useless if without we are left a floundering derelict in the sea of life. lf our friends do not inspire us to bigger things, they are useless. So let us make our commencement a real Commencement--let us go out into life with the idea, to be happy, to do all the good we can, at all the times we can, to every- body we can. One Hinndrcd Seventeen H ' 1h alflrts W. r -li L CJAKLEY A. ALLEN, Classical CLatin1 Bartlett, N. Y. Acaciag Classical Clubg Y. M. C. A. ciROVl5R C. BABls1'1"1', Philosophical CHistory1 Houghton, N. Y. A X3 Prohibition Club3 Y. NI. C. A.3 Historical Association C31 C-l13 Class Debate Club C11 C21 Crlbj President of same C4l'1Q Debate Union CI1 C21 C31 C413 Freshman Crewg Varsity Crew C21 C413 Captain of Crew C413 Block HSH3 Class Football 'lieam C213 President of Class C313 Gay DeLima Contest l'l'l'lIIZI, BALDWIN, Philosophical CBiology1 lilmira, N. Y. A 'E A3 1 T3 II. II Y3 Biological Associationg Y. W. C. A.: Cabinet of same C313 Women's League Board C213 ,.l.il'01lSlll'Cl' of same C31Q President of sami C413 junior Delegate to Intercollegiate Studc-nt's Governing Association Con! ference C31Q Class lixecutive Committee C21. LIQAH M. BARDES, Philosophical CClerman1 ' Syracuse A A A3 German Club C41. lilER'l'llA J. BARNES, Philosophical ClSiology1 . Turin, N. Y. Biology Club C413 German Club C413 Snowshoe Club C31 .ll5SSIl5 M. BARN IES, Philosophical CLatin1 Rose, N. Y. FRANCES G. BATISS, Philosophical CGerman1 Delhi, N. Y. Classical Club C-l13 German Club HARRIIET Yoax BA'l"l'liRSON, Philosophical Cl"rench1 Syracusz A 1113 'I T3 French Club C413 Y. W. C. A. KATIIARINI5 BAXTER, Classical ClCnglish1 Rochester, N. Y. II li CD3 lfinglish Club3 Y. W. C. A.3 Executive Committee C113 'lioast-list of Sophomore-l"reshman Reception C213 lfiditor on l9l2 Clllflllllllgllll Board C315 Reporter on Women's lidition of Daily Urange C213 Associate lCditor of same Debating Club C213 Vice-President of same C213 President of same C213 Consumers' League C413 Vice-President of same C31 C-l-1. BLANCH G. BEAL, Philosophical ClCnglish1 Oneida, N. Y. A 'KD3 I 69 E3 I A M3 ll II Y3 English Club C413 lioar's Head C21 C31 C413 Y. W. C. A.3 Cast of "Comedy of lCrrors" C213 Womenys League Board C31- tlne lluurlrefl liighteen 52111011 KZEUEUE--0011252 Df 11112801 H015 RUBY E. BELL, Philosophical QHistory5 Jordanville, N. Y. A 1'3 I A M3 H II Y3 Historical Association Q35 C453 German Club Q453 Silver Bay Club Q35 Q-l-53 Secretary of Class Q253 1912 Ouomlagan Board Q353 Executive Committee Q35. .Louise BERDEL, Philosophical QGerman5 Rochester, N. Y. MINA L. BERRY, Philosophical QBotany5 West Winfield, N. Y. A 1' A3 Biological Association Q4-5. FRANCES BIDDLECOM, Philosophical QFrench5 Watertown, N. Y. HARo1.DiE. Bisl-iov, Scientific QChemistry5 Montpelier, Vt. E A E3 H 111 X3 Double Seven3 Chemical Club Q35 Q453 Secretary and Treasurer of same Q35 3 Freshman Baseball Teamg Varsity Baseball Squad Q25 3 Class Executive Committee Q353 Assistant in Chemistry Q35 Q-l-53 Assistant in Mineralogy Q-F53 lVlembership Committee of Y. M. C. A. Q35. lVIll.DRIED BLOUNT, Philosophical QZoology5 Lacona, N. Y. Biological Association Q35 Q4-5 3 French Club Q35 3 Y. W. C. A. VPHOMAS EDGAR Booos, Scientific QChemistry5 Syracuse A Y3 K B 1113 Monx Head3 Boar's Headg Tambourine and Bonesg Chemistry Cllllbj Assistant Manager of Boar's Head Q253 Manager of same Q353 Junior Prom Committee Junior Banquet Committee lVlANIER HART BOSTICK, Scientific QChemistry5 Syracuse NI' Y3 B A B3 Q9 N E3 A 'I'3 K .Ii f1l3 Class Executive Committee Q15 Q253 Daily Urangzr Staff Q15 Q253 Circulation lVIanager PZDNA BRAND, Library Economy Ilion, N. Y. ll' fl, B3 Instrumental Club Q35 3 Woinen's Swimming Association Q4-5. lVllNA ELIZABETH BRoA'r, Philosophical QLatin5 Herkimer, N. Y. Classical Club Q45. ICLLA Louise BROOKS, Classical QBiology5 Syracuse 1' 115 B3 I A M. Ehsuz BRooRs, Philosophical QBiology5 Chester, N. Y. A I' A3 I-11 11, Y3 Biological Association Q-153 Y. W. C. A. WAi.'rlzR H. BRYANT, Scientific SYFFICUSC fIPAQ93flYKA3'QNE. LUCY R. BUELI., Philosophical QLatin5 H0lC0ll1b, N- Y- CARol,YN CADY, Library Economy Freeville, N. Y. ll A LENARD H. CALVERT, Philosophical QHistory5 Sterling, N. Y. A T A3 QD M A3 B E3 Debate Union Q15 Q25 Q35 Q45 3 Y. M. C. A.3 Debate Team Q15 3 Y. M. C. A. Cabinet Q35 Q45. SAMUEL HoLcoMn CAMP, Scientific QGeologY5 Newington, Jct., Conn. A X P3 Double Seveng Hermon Club3 Geology Club3 Crew Q15 Q253 Foot- ball Q15 Q25 Q35 Q453 Numerals and Block HS." One Hundred Nineteen QZIUUIS IKBIIUUUE-QDDIIZEB nt iulllllill H115 GLADYS FILRAVIS CAMPBELL, Scientific CZoo10gY1 Asbury Park, N. J. Geology Club C31 C415 Biological Association C21 C31 C415 Historical Asso- ciation C21 C31 C415 Somerset Y C31 C415 Silver Bay'Club C31 C415 Y. W. C. A.5 Consumers' League C31 C415 Vice-President of Biological Association C415 Assistant in Biology C41. A JOHN RANDOLPH CAMPBELL, Classical CPhilosophy1 New York City GJ B 1115 Commons Club5 President of same C41 5 Philosophical Cluhg Sociology C1ub5 Mt. Hermon Club5 President of same C415 Red Headed Club5 Senior Council5 Executive Committee Y. M. C. A. MYRTLE CARLSON, Philosophical CGerman1 Pittsburgh, Pa. German Club C21 C31 C41 5 Historical Association C41 5 Y. W. C. A. EVANGELINE CHADBOURNE, Philosophical CHistory1 Syracuse A E A5 Historical Association C31 C41. CLARENCE E. CHAMBERLAIN, Scientific CChcmistry1 Caneadea, N. Y. 2 ill E5 Chemistry Clubg Irving Club5 University Band C21 C31 C41 5 Treas- urer of Class C41. CAROLYN HEI.lZN CHAMBERS, Philosophical ClCnglish1 Montgomery, N. Y. English Club C31 C41. BURTON M. CHASE, Philosophical CHistory1 Dresden, N. Y. Commons Club. EDWARD L. CLARK, Philosophical CHistory1 Williatnstown, Vt. E A E5 Historical Association5 Class Baseball Team Cl1 5 Varsity Squad C21 5 Track Squad Cl15 Treasurer of Class CARL lVIII.I.ARD COATES, Philosophical CChemistry1 Somerset, N. Y. Acacia5 Class Debate Club C11 C21 5 Y. M. C. A. MARY ELIZABETH Coma, Classical CRomance Langi1ages1 Albany, N. Y. Y. W. C. A.5 Women's League5 Consumers' League C31 C415 Modern Women's Club C41-5 Somerset Y Cl1 C21 C31 C415 President of same C415 English Club C31 C41 5 French Club C41 5 Delegate to W. C. T. U. Convention at Olean, N. Y. C41. LEON J. COCHRANE, Classical CHistory1 Oswego, N. Y. E A E5 B E5 II A E5 1912 Debate Clubg Historical Associationg Class Foot- ball Cl1 5 Relay and Track Cl1 C21 5 Liberal Arts Relay and Track Team Cl1 C215 Assistant Manager of Track Team C315 Manager of same C415 Cheer- leader C415 Athletic Governing Board C415 Class Executive Committee Cl1 C215 Class Treasurer C215 Senior Council C415 Vice-President of same C415 Reporter of 'Daily Orange Cl15 Associate Editor of same C21 C315 Athletic Editor of l9l2 Onondagan C315 Secretary of Y. M. C. A. C315 Bible Study Committee of same C415 Vigilance Committee C41. MAEEL E. COLSON, Philosophical CGerman1 Hamilton, N. Y. Alatheag German Club Cl1 C21 C31 C415 French Club C31 C415 President of "der Deutche Verein" C41 5 Y. W. C. A. One Hundred Twenty 5211038 IKZEDDU5-6311252 nt ilflllfal HUB H Joi-iN RUTLEDGE COLTERV, Philosophical CEconomics5 East Orange, N. J. N11 Y3 K I3 1113 Varsity Tennis C153 Manager of same C25 3 Captain of same C353 Daily Orange C153 Class Debate Team C153 Class Executive Committee C251 lVlanager of Tambourine and Bones C35 C45. CHARLES B. COMAN, 'Philosophical CGeology5 Buffalo, N. Y. E N3 K B 1153 Monx Head3 Boar's Head3 Tambourine and Bones3 Geology Club3 Treasurer of same C45 3 Chairman of Executive Committee C45 3 Associate Editor of 1912 Ouozzzlagazzf Daily Uraagrf Staffg Class Executive Committees C15 C25 C45 3 Chairman of Executive Committee C25 3 Junior Prom Committeeg Cast of "Comedy of Errors." HlE1.1ENE EL1zAEE1'H COOKE, Philosophical CHistory5 Richmond Hill, N. Y. K K 1'3 Historical Association C35 C453 Le Cercle Francais3 Y. W. C. A.3 Silver Bay Club C-151 Tennis Champion of Class3 Delegate to Silver Bay C353 Athletic Governing Board CTennis Representative5 C453 Secretary of "Le Cercle Francais" C45. RANSOM COOPER. JR., Philosophical CEeonomics5 Great Falls, Mont. A K E3 111 K A3 B A B3 Corpse and Coiling Senior Dinner Cllllij Tambourine and Bones3 Senior Ball Committee C45 3 Daily Orange Em'rI-I CoRsER, Philosophical CHistory5 Darien Center, N. Y. Historical Association C15 C25 3 English Club C15 C253 Y. W. C. A. WAI.TER C. CROUCI1, Scientific. K E3 Boar's Head3 Geology Club3 Varsity Football C15 3 President of Class C15. HAR01,D CROWTHER, Philosophical CEconomics5 Albion, N. Y. A X3 Boar's HC21l1Q Prohibition Club3 Y. M. C. A. CARLTON C. CURTISS, Scientific CZoology5 Kirkville, N. Y. f1fAo3 Nr:N,oNE. WALTER V. DAVIEY, Scientific CGeology5 Kingston, Pa. A X P3 Moimx Head3 Varsity Football C25 3 Varsity Basketball C25 C35 C45 3 Captain of Basketball C45. JOHN L. DAY. Scientific CChemistry5 Hatfield, lVIass. E X3 Chemistry Club3 lVIassachusetts Club3 Y. M. C. A.3 Football C15 C25 C35 C453 Freshman and Varsity Swimming. OLIVE MORGAN D1EG0l.IA, Classical C English5 Syracuse FANNY E. DEXTER, Philosophical CEnglish5 Black River, N. Y. K A 603 English Club C35 C45 3 Y. W. C. A. EDNA C. DONNENS, Classical CEnglish5 Troy, N. Y. A 'KII3 English C1.lIl7Q Y. W. C. A.3 Vice-President of English Club C35. C. JAMES DOXVNEY, Scientific CChemistry5 Canton, N. Y. Chemistry Club3 lVIathematical Club3 Commons Club3 Track C15 C25 C35 C45- G. HAVEN DRA1'ER, Philosophical CHistory5 Aoyama, Tokyo, Japan A K E3 Historical Association C35 C45 3 Class President C45. PHILIP GRAHAM DRA1'lER, Scientific CBiology5 F1llt0l1y N- Y- Commons Club 3 Biological Association 3 Class Football C25. One llunrlreil Twenty-one Stull!! 1K2lZDEU5--GMI!!! nt lillffdl 2115 TJOROTHY DUNNIIGAN, Philosophical QLatin1 Bolivar, Mo. A A A3 Glee Club Q213 Kolledj Klang French Club Q31 Q41. ' MAUDE DUTCI-IIER, Philosophical QMathematics1 Ellensville, N. Y. Mathematics Club Q31 Q-l-13 Women's Suffrage Club Q313 German Club Q31 Q413 Y. W. C. A. MARY FERREE, Philosophical QGerman1 Cayuga, N. Y. X Q3 German Club l'lARRll3TTl5 E. FISHER, Philosophical Qlgatin1 Gage, N. Y. A 1' Aj Classical Club Q31 Q413 English Club Q413 W0men's League Q413 Y. W. C. A. ' MARY CHARLOTTE FLIEET, Philosophical QLatin1 Babylon, N. Y. Classical Club Q31 Q41. l'll5NRIE'l'TA Foo'I', Classical QHistory1 Rome, N. Y. FRIED F. Fox, Scientific QChemistry1 Nannsville, N. Y. B 69 llj '1' 'Q-J Y3 II fb X3 Skull and Serpentg Corpse and Cofling Class Treasurer C11- BIESSIE Rosa FRANCIS, Philosophical QHistory1 Highland, N. Y. Historical Club Q31 Q4-1j German Club Q41 3 Y. W. C. A. fJRVILl.l3 STANLEY FRANK, Philosophical QPedagogYl Mahaffey, Pa. Commons Club3 Junior Debate Club Q313 Dennison Prize Q21. l,Il.I.IAN FRANTZ, Philosophical QEnglish1 Wilkes-Barre, Pa. II B 1113 English Club3 Pennsylvania Club. NTIRIAM JULIA FRANTZ, Philosophical QEnglish1 Wilkes-Barre, Pa. II B 1123 Boar's Head3 English Club Q41 3 Pennsylvania Club3 Women's Debate Clllbj Second Cast of "King Pin." DANIEL J. FRAWLEY, Scientific Fulton, N- Y- Crew Q11 Q21 Q313 Class Debate Club Q313 Geological Club Q31 Q41. VVILLIAM EDGAR G1I.MoRIz, Philosophical QHistory1 Dexter, N. Y. E fb E3 Glee Club Q11 Q213 Tambourine and BOIICSQ Historical Association Q31 Q413 English Club Q413 University Minstrels Q21 GIzoRoIa FI.ovn GRANGER, Classical QSociology1 Sodus, N. Y. 63 A3 Sociology Club Q413 Debate Club Q11 Q21 Q41 3 Secretary of same QI13 President of same Q213 Class Debate Team Ql13 l9l2 Onomlagan Board Q31. G. MARGARET GRUBIE, Philosophical QGerInan1 Bainbridge, N. Y. A F Aj H TI Y3 German Club Q31 Q4-13 Y. VV. C. A.3 Secretary of German Club Q41. GRIETA GYER. Philosophical QGerman1 Richneld Springs, N. Y. A X Q3 I-I II Y3 Glee Club Q313 German Club Q21 Q413 Chairman of Executive Committee Q413 Y. W. C. A.9 Cabinet of same Q413 College Equal Suffrage League Q31 Q41. HAZIEL A. D. HACK, Philosophical QGerman1 Newark, N. Y. A A A3 German Club Q31 Q413 French Club Q31 Q41. One Hundred Twenty-two Senior KBEUEUE-GDIIZBZ nf lihzral mt! l':IJl'l'll HA1'rH. Library Economy Syracuse .II B CD5 TI A Eg .I. 'l'g Class lfixecutive Committee Q25. HARRY STOUGI-l'l'0N HAI,I4. Scientific QCl1emistry5 Antwerp, N. Y. A X P. Al.l'RElD CAVER1' HAMII.'l'0N, Philosophical QHistory5 Walton, N. Y. JANNIZT loNE HARDING, Philosophical QMathematics5 Chenango Bridge, N. Y. Silver Bay Club Q-l-53 ilflatbematics Club Q25 Q-I-53 Somerset Y Q-l53 Kolledj Klan Q15 Q25 Q35 3 Y. W. C. A., Woman's League Q15 Q25 Q35 Q-l-5 Q Geology Club Q35 Q4-53 Sophomore Debate Club Q255 Vesper Chorus QI5 Q25 Q35 Q45- BIQSSIIE A. HIEFNER, Philosophical QGerman5 Oneida, N. Y. K K Pj "der Deutsche Vereingu Y. W. C. A.g Women's Glee Clubg Class lixecutive Committee QI5 Q25 3 Vice President of Class Q35. PAUL HOY I'IlEl.MS, Philosophical Qlfconomics and Sociology5 Wilkes-Barre, Pa. B 60 IT, QT! K Ag 'l'ambourinc and Bones, Sub Coxswain of Crew Q15 g Vice- Commodore of Navy Q35 3 Commodore of Navy Q45 5 Executive Committee Q15 Q25 9 Senior Council Q45 3 Athletic Governing Board Q-l5. FIAJRIENCIS V. HIQRR, Philosophical QI-Iistory5 Flemington, N. J. 'K A wg E G E3 'I 'I'g Vice-President of Class Q15 5 Class lixecutive Committee Q25 Q35 5 Y. W. C. A. l'lAZIil, lC. le-llzazoo. .Philosophical QGerman5 Syracuse A fb, German Club, Class Executive Committee Q25 Q45. JULIA IC. I-licksimncmn, Scientific QBioIogy5 Poolsvillc, Md. A Pg Northfield Hermon Club. CARRIE L. HILLER. Classical QlQatin5 Binghamton, N. Y. Womcn's Glee Club Ql5g German Club QI5 Q35g Classical Club Q25 Q353 Cast for Latin Commencement .Play " Dido " Q25. JUNA B. HIX, Philosophical QGerman5 Binghamton, N. Y. K A, 00, G l'ilJWlN S. HOPSON. Scientific Qliotany5 Dolgeville, N. Y. Acacia, Biological Association Q25 Q35 Q45 3 Masonic Clubg Square ami Com- pass Clubg President of same Q35 3 Y. M. C. A., Botany Assistant Q35 Q45. KATE lV1ANN l'lOR'l'0N, Philosophical Ql3iology5 Syracuse Biological Association Q35 EARL H. HoUGH'1roN, Scientific QChemistry5 Houghton, N. Y. Commons Club, Chemistry Club. Moams Hunwwz, Philosophical QGerman5 Syracuse Cosmopolitan Club, " Corda Fratres "g President of same Q45 3 German Club, Prohibition Club. One Hundred Twenty-three Benton iliztovw-Giullzgz nt liberal into JOHN CIQHIERON ILLICK. Classical CZoOlOgy1 Herlneville, Pa. Biology Club5 Prohibition Club5 Student Volunteer Band. DORO'rIIv IRWIN, Philosophical CLatin1 lillenvillc, N. Y. Classical Club C31 C41. IQLIzAnE1'I-I CARLTON IRWIN, Philosophical CGcrman1 Mt. Vernon, N. Y. A F5 German Club5 Executive Committee C11. 4 CSERALD N. JAcOIxsoN, Philosophical CI-Iistory1 Syracuse 111 K N115 'GJ N E5 Historical Association. WILLIAM H. JENNINGS, JR., Scientific CChemistry1 Phoenix, N. Y. A K E5 G N E5 A 'P5 Freshman Crew C11 5 Chairman of Executive Committee C11 5 Class Committee C21. MARION CAMILLA JIENNISON, Philosophical CEnglish1 Syracuse Alathea5 English Club C31 C41 5 French ClIIb C41 5 WOmen's Glee Club WILLARD ROUSE JILLSON, JR., Scientific CGeOlogy1 Syracuse A K E5 II A E5 A 'I'5 60 N E5 Daily Orange Staffg Reporter of same C115 Associate Editor of same C215 Managing Editor of same C315 Editor-in-Chief of same C415 Class President C315 Executive Committee C11 C21 C31 C41: Senior Councilg Secretary of sameg Y. NI. C. A.5 Tambourine and Bones C31 C415 Chairman of Liberal Arts Banquet and Smoker Committee C315 German Club C31 C415 Geology Club C31 C415 Spanish Double Sextettc, 1911 Gym. Circus C315 Class Memorial Committee C415 Toastmaster at Class Banquet C215 Contributor to 1910, 1911, 1912, 1913 U1zo1u1ng1uz,' Published 1911 College Blotter. PIIILENA ISAREL JINKS, Philosophical CLatin1 LeRoy, N. Y. Classical ClIIb C31 C41. SAIJIE AI1El.AllJlE JOHNSTON, 'Philosophical CBiOloI:Y1 Chateaugay, N. Y. Biological Club C31 C415 French Club C41 5 Silver Bay Club C415 Snowshoe Club BIESSIE STELLA JONES, Classical CEnglish1 Wilkes-Barre. Pa. A X Q5 H II Y5 Boar's Headg English Club C31 C415 Executive Committee of same C41. ' T. RAYMOND JONES, Philosophical CGeOlogy1 Wziterville, N. Y. KD A C95 Skull and Serpent: Class Treasurer C11. GENEVIEVE F. JOY, Philosophical CFrench1 Cazeuovia, N. Y. I' fb B5 E. 69 E5 I-I TI Y5 French Club5 President of same C41 5 Class Executive Committee , MAIIEL LOUISE JUSTUS, Philosophical CGerman1 Poughkeepsie, N. Y. German Club C21 C415 Classical Club C31 C415 Class Basketball Team C11 C21 C31 C41- 1-IARRY B. KEEOAN, Scientific CChemistry1 Skaneateles Falls, N. Y. 2 A E5 Chemistry Club C31 C415 Class Executive Committee 5 Assistant in Gymnasium C21 , Une Hundred Twenty-four Btllillli 1K2!Dl3U5-EDU252 nt YLUJYDBI Ziff SIMON SNYIJIQR KIEIENIEY, Philosophical fZoologyJ Wcllshoro, Pa. E fl' Eg Glee Club ill CZQQ University Nlinstrels f2D C313 Y. M. C. A., Secretary of same C-ll, Biology Association 13D Q-l-lg Student Volunteer Band C-U5 Delegate to Student Volunteer Convention at Auburn Q-l-D. CERACE IRIQNIE KENNISIJY, Philosophical CFrenchD Syracuse French Club. JOHN N. KIzNYoN, Philosophical CHistoryJ Columbia X Roads, Pa. Mathematical Club, Historical Association. . YVll.l.lAlVl KTTIS KIsNYoN. Scientific fGeology ami Mineralogyj Syracuse E Hg Geology Clubg Biology Club, Varsity Band QZJ. EIJNA KIEWLIEY, Philosophical Qlinglishj Towanda, N. Y. A I' Ag English Club C31 CDLIVIE JENNY KIRBY, Philosophical CGerInanD Aston, N. Y. Q II li 1115 German Clubg linglish Cluhg Women's Debate Club, Director of same C31 3 Sophomore Uratorical Contest QZJ. BIESSIIQ NIAY KI.liCKl.lER, Philosophical fcqCl'l11il.l1J Bath, N. Y. HAROLD I". KNIGIAIT, Qliiologyj Mechanicvillc, N. Y. N 22 Ng Biological Associationg Debate Clubs flj QZJQ Boar's Head, Cast " Twelfth Night " Q25 5 Freshman Contcstg Dennison Contest. HowAIuJ W. KURTZ, Philosophical Cliconomicsj Buffalo, N. Y. Nl' Yg 'I' 1-JY, K B flvg 0-J N Eg Monx Headg Boar's Headg '1'ambourine and Bones, Instrumental Club flj QD 3 Class lixecutive Committee flj C25 5 Class Treasurer f2lg 1912 flllflllflflyllll Board CHQ Chairman Junior Prom Commit- tee C35 3 Cast of " The Coach "5 Cast of " Morningstar "5 Cast of " King Pin "5 Cast of " Bubbles of l9ll." ALICE MAIKGAIIIET' l1A'l'l'lAM, Philosopliical Cllistoryj Syracuse, N. Y. English Club C-l-jg Historical Association UQ Q-ll. BIzIz'rIIA W. l1A'l'llAM, Philosophical Clinglishj Wilson, N. Y. A flvg I Tj I A Mg H U Y, Boar's Head, Iinglish Club, French Cluhg Y. WV. C. A.g Cast of " The Ideal Husband." JESSICA LIELAND. Library Economy Jordan, N. Y. E Kg Il A. ll. ARCHIIIALIQ H. LEWIS. Philosophical CHistoryJ Rushford, N. Y. A Xg Historical Association Clif HJ g Class Debating Club flj CZ, 13, C-I-D 3 Class Debate Team CZQ 5 Gay DCT'-Jllllil Contest UD. Flfl lNG LI, Philosophical Cl-Iistoryj Fooehow, Chin!!- Commons Clubg Cosmopolitan Club, Historical Association, Philosophical Clubg Y. M. C. A. lVIll.DRliD ELLA L1NcoI.N, Philosophical fliiolofryl Newark, N. Y. K K 1'g H II Y3 Biological Club Q35 Q-I-J 3 Secretary of Y. W. C. A. HH. JULIA C. LOCKWOOD, Philosophical CGcrmanJ Binghamton, N. Y. K A 695 H ,llf Yg German Club 13, Q-ll. Une llundrerl Twenty-five SIMD!! TKZEUIZUF-GUIIZBZ Elf lihlfill SU5 NELLIE IQ. LONG, Philosophical CBiology1 Canandaigua, N. Y. German Club BLANCHE LOOMIS, Philosophical CMHtllCIUZltlCS1 Syracuse K K F5 Mathematical Club C31 C41. . HAROLD VICTOR LOOMIS, Classical C Latin1 Oneida, N. Y. Q0 A5 Class Debate Club Cl1 C21 C31 C41 5 Treasurer of same C31 5 Classical Club C31 C41 5 Treasurer of same C41 5.Glee Club C21 5 lVIadison .County Club C31 C415 Treasurer of same C315 German Club C115 Y. M. C. A.5 Varsity Debate Team CAlternate1 C315 Class Treasurer C315 University Chorus C41. M. JEAN LUGG, Classical CLatin1 Knoxville, Pa. Classical Club C31 C415 Y. W. C. A.5 Somerset Y5 Y. W. C. A. Cabinet C415 Somerset Y Cabinet C31 C41. WILMA MACREERY, Scientific CBiology1 Beaverdams, N. Y. FLORENCE L. MAY, Philosophical CGerman1 Corning, N. Y. German Club LEE JUDSON MCIQWAN, Classical CHistory1 Canajoharie, N. Y. E KD E5 Tambourine and Bonesg Historical Association C31 C415 English C415 Treasurer of Historical Association C415 University Minstrels WALTER P. MCINTOSPI, Philosophical Syracuse E CII E5 Double Seven5 Boar's Head. NEl.l,IE MlERRlI.I,, Scientific CBiology1 Syracuse A X Q5 Biology Club C415 Geology Club RUTH BELLE MERRIT'I', Classical Cl-listory1 Frankfort, N. Y. Historical Association C21 C415 Cazenovia Club C21 C31 C41. LUCY lV.lIl.l.ER, Philosophical Cl3otany1 East Rochester, N. Y. Y. W. C. A. C41. HARRY T. MORRELL, Philosophical CGerman1 New York City Z P5 Executive'Committee of German Club5 Track Team Cl1 C21 C31 C41 5 Cross Country Team C21 C31 C415 Captain of Cross Country Team C415 Block "S" C21 C315 Winner of Mile and Half Mile Intercollege Champion- ship Cl1 5 Liberal Arts Relay Team C21 CHARLES NAEGLE, Philosophical CGerman1 Collins, N. Y. Commons Club5 German Clubg Treasurer of same C415 Y. M. C. A.5 Pro- hibition Club. ANNA M. NISUKOAI, Philosophical CGerman1 Binghamton, N. Y. German Club5 Y. W. C. A.5 Silver Bay Club C11 C21 C31 C41. ROSE NEwcoMn, Philosophical CZoology1 Oneida, N. Y. A fIf5 E 69 E5 German Club C31 C41 5 Biological Association C31 C41 5 Y. W. C. A.5 Class Executive Committee C21 5 Women's League Board C31 5 Treasurer of Biological Association C41. I NTORRIS H. NIZWTON, Scientific ' Earlvillc, N. Y. KD I' A5 A K K5 Glee Club Cl1 C215 Dennison Prize Declamation Contest C215 Boar's Head C31 C415 Treasurer of same C41 5 Cast of "Mice and bien" C31- Urle Hundred Twenty-six Bruins: lliernvhsi-rlllnllzge nt liberal Silrts KARL B. NOR1'0N, Scientific Adams, N, Y, KID K 1113 111 K A3 Corpse and C011ll1Q lVIanager of Baseball C41. LIENA OAKSIPORD, Philosophical CFrench1 Johnston, N. Y. French Club C41. IJ. CHARLES CYBRIIZN, Classical CEconomics1 Baldwinsville, N. Y. l1ll.lZAl1l2'l'l'l fyl3RIlEN, Philosophical CBiology1 Minoa, N. Y. Biological Association C31 C413 German Club C31 C413 Cast of "Mice and Men" C31. CI-IARLES IC. PARRISI-I, Scientific Syracuse Z 1113 Double Seven. lVlIl.DRlED PARKIE. Philosophical CHistory1 Nanticoke, Pa. E. RAY PERRY. Classical CEnglish1 Jamestown, N. Y. Class Debate Club C11 C21 C31 C41 3 Class Debate Team C212 President of Club C213 English Club C31 C413 Y. NI. C. A. IJORATHEA PIETERS, Philosophical CEnglish1 Tonawanda, N. Y. E K3 I 'I'3 H T1 Y3 Glee Club C11 C21 C31 C413 English Club C31 C413 Y. W. C. A. C11 C21 C31 C413 President of same C41. HELEN CoU1.soN POTTS, Philosophical CZoology1 Custer City, Pa. A A A3 Biological Association C31 C413 English Club C41. BURR N. PRENTICIE, Philosophical CBotany1 Berkshire, N. Y. E 111 E3 Glee Club C21 3 Biological Association C31 C4l'1j Forestry Club C41 3 Y. M. C. A.3 Cabinet Member of same C41. NELSON Al,1.lEN PRICE, Philosophical CSociology1 Edenville, N. Y. Commons Club C41 C51: Glee Club C11 C21 C3f Prohibition Club C11 C21 C31 C41 C513 President of same C513 Y. lVl. C. A. C11 C21 C31 C41 C513 Cabinet of same C31 3 Semitics Club C41 C51 3 Maltbie Babcock Society C51 3 Sociology Club l14ARIE K. PURCELL, Philosophical Cl'listOry1 Syracuse Historical Association C31 C41. EDITH QUICK, Philosophical CGerman1 Syracuse A A A3 German Club C413 Y. W. C. A. C41. M. .lilfRNADlETTA QUINN, Philosophical CEnglish1 Brushton, N. Y. English Club C41Q Basketball C11 C213 Captain of same C411 Basketball Representative on Athletic Governing Board C21. HELEN KATHERINE RAY. Philosophical CFrench1 Newburgh, N. Y. French Club 3 English Club C31 C41 3 Women's Debate Club C41. CATHIERINE El.lZAl1ETll REED, Classical CBiology1 Syracuse K K P. CJLIVIZ CAROLINE RICHARDS, Classical CHistory1 Pulaski, N. Y. Y. W. C. A.3 Somerset Y C31 C413 Cabinet of same C413 Historical Asso- ciation C31 C413 Secretary of same C413 English Club C31 C413 Silver Bay Club C31 One Hundred Twenty even bznim: lmcnrhd-dtnllzgz at lihztal ilttsi BERNICE Lone ROWVLAND, 'Philosophical QICnglish3 Olean, N. Y. I-I ll Yg Y. W. C. A.g Cabinet of same Q43 5 English Club Q43 g Executive Committee of same Q-l3g Semitics Club Q33g Silver Bay Club Q23 Q33 Q-l3g Consumers' Leagueg Student Volunteer Bandg Somerset Yg Vice-President of same Q4-35 Class Secretary Q-l3g Secretary-'1'reasurer of Central New York Student Volunteer Union g Delegate to International Student Volunteer Con- vention at Rochester J. LESLIE RURY, Philosophical QHistory3 Woodville, N. Y. R. HAl.E SAWENs, Scientific QChemistry3 Albion, N. Y. Z Pg Double Seveng Chemistry Club. DANIEL SCHAUSS, Classical QSemetics3 Buffalo, N. Y. 60 Ag Semetics and Biblical Clubg Maltlaie Babcock Society. MARY SCOFIELD, Philosophical QLatin3 Sidney, N. Y. Classical Club Q33 Q4-3. MARY l':l,lZAliE'l'H SHAFHR, Philosophical QGerman3 hffargaretville, N. Y. A X S25 German Club Q33 Q43 g Y. W. C. A. GENEVIEVE SHAvi.oR, Philosophical QGern1an3 Spencer, N. Y. E Kg German Club Q33 MARICJN SHEi.noN, Classical QLatin3 Gouverneur, N. Y. II B 1125 Classical Club Q33 Q43 5 Y. W. C. A.g Women's League Q23 Q33 Q-l-3. MARGARE1' MoR'1'oN SHIERRARD, Philosophical QEnglish3 Crozet, Va. MARGARIZT SHoEMAKER. Classical QPhilosophy3 Q Syracuse Philosophical Club Q33 Q-l-35 Secretary of same Q4-33 English Club Q33 Q43g Y. W. C. A. ' PAUL H. SCI-l0EI'Fl.lN. Philosophical QEconomics3 Hamburg, N. Y. XII YQ 69 N Eg B A B5 Corpse and Cofling Senior Dinner Clubg Musical Clubs Q13 Q23g Freshman Baseball Teamg Varsity Baseball Team Q23 Q33 Q43: Hockey Q4-33 Captain of same Q-l-3. Dl2l.l,A SHAW, Classical QLatin3 Coiifeyville, Kan. A A Ag I Tj II ll Yg President of Women's Athletic Association Q4-35 Class Basketball Q13 Q23 Q33g Class Vice-President Q23g Woman's League Board Q23 Q43 5 Y. W. C. A. Cabinet Q33 Q-l3g Delegate to Rochester Student Con- vention Q23g Exchange Editor of Women's Edition of Daily Orange Q33. CECIL C. SHEIJD, Philosophical QSemetics3 Dolgeville, N. Y. Commons Clubg Semetics and Biblical Club Q23 Q33 Q43g Maltbie Babcock Society Ql3 Q23 Q33 Q43g Prohibition Club Ql3 Q23 Q43g Y. M. C. A.: President of same Q4-35 Bible Study Committee Q33g Delegate to Newly- elected Presidents' Conference at Amherst, Mass. Q33: Delegate to the Bible Study Institute at Cornell Q33g Delegate to Pocono Pines Summer Conference Q33g Leader of Delegation at same Q33g Member of Senior Council. Une llunflrerl'lfwcl1ty-eight Senior Ilizcnvhsi-Gtnllzge nt ,fine mrs! EDITH SIMMONS, Classical CMathematics5 Newfoundland, Pa. Y. W. C. A.3 Women's Leagueg Executive Board of same C453 Consumers' League C35 C453 Secretary of same C453 Nlodern Woman's Club C45 3 Mathe- matical Club C35 C45 3 Secretary of same C45 3 Biological Association C35 C45 3 Sophomore Contest C253 House President of Winchell Hall C45. HELEN llfl. SLADE, Philosophical CEnglish5 N101-givin, N, Y, K K l'3 English Club C35 C453 Women's Leagueg Y. W. C. A.3 Women's Instrumental Club C353 Basketball C15 C25 C35 C453 "Qeed" Prize. ANNA Louisa SMIQADER, Philosophical CGerman5 South New Berlin, N. Y. 22 K3 Der Deutsche Verein C35 C453 Vice-President of same C453 French Club C453 Y. W. C. A.3 Basketball C15 C25 C35 C453 House President of Haven Hall C45. Esrumz M. SMizm.i5v. Philosophical CBiology5 Wilmington, Del. Biological Association C25 C353 Y. W. C. A.3 Southern Clllllj Women's Debate Club C253 lVIodern Womenls Club C453 Basketball C35 C453 Tennis C35. MARY Russel. SMITH. Philosophical CMathematics5 Fairfield, Conn. Mathematical Club C35 C453 German Club C35 C453 Treasurer of Somer- set Y C45. MAR'l'l4A B. SNOW, Philosophical CHistory5 Boonville, N. Y. Alatheag Historical Association C453 German Club C35 C45. Crssiis LILLIAN M. S1'Ai.i.woon, Philosophical CBiology5 Potsdam, N. Y. A A A3 H ll Y3 Silver Bay Club3 Biological Associationg Y. W. C. A. GERTRUDH Sriaizc-Bkoomi, Philosophical CHist0ry5 Sheridan, Wyoming I-I II Y3 French Club C453 Y. W. C. A.3 Class Basketball Team C15 C25 C35 C453 Women's Swimming Exhibition C25 C35 C453 Vice-President of Women's Athletic Governing Board C35 3 Secretary and Treasurer of same C45. ELIZABETH B. STEIGER, Philosophical Cl-listory5 Montrose, Pa. LORREN Srimzs, JR.. Classical CChemistry5 Victor, N. Y. ID 1' A3 Chemistry C1ub3 Varsity Track C35 C45. DORA STONE, Philosophical CGerman5 Syracuse German Club 3 English Club FREDERICK WAl.TizR Srovmz, Scientific CChemistry5 Brooklyn, N. Y. A X P. JIEANNI5 HAl.l'Ill5N STRAUSS, Philosophical CEnglish5 Syracuse English Club C35 C"l'5j German Club C35 C453 French Club C35 C45. Lockwoon NIDRTI-lClJT'l' S'l'RlEE'l'. Classical C Physics5 Syracuse ill K HII3 Class Football Team C15 C253 Track Teams C15 C25 C35 C453 Block "S3" Class Executive Committee C35. TRACY C. SWAN, Scientific CChemistry5 VVilkes-Barre, Pa. A T A5 qu M A3 fl! H X3 Y. M. C. A.3 'Pennsylvania Club. One Hundred 'Pwentv nine Benton: Returns-Gnllege nt liberal Sinn! ENID C. SWEET, Philosophical CEnglish1 Forty Fort, Pa. MARTHA LOUISE CPABER, Philosophical CLatin1 Auburn, N. Y. German Club C31 C41 3 Student Volunteer Billlflj Prohibition Club3 Classical Club C31 C413 Y. W. C. A.3 Women's League. LUCILE '1'HORNTON, Philosophical CHistory1 Hornell, N. Y. A E A3 I-I II Y3 Historical Association C31 C41. ELIZABETH CORNELL CFILLSON, Philosophical CHistory1 New Berlin, N. Y. I A M. ELEANORE H. TRAIN, Philosophical CGerman1 Patchogue, L. 1. Y. W. C. A.3 Consumers' LCZlgllC3 German Club C31 C41 3 English Club C41 3 1912 Basketball Squad C21 ALICE FRANCENA FPURNER, Philosophical CEnglish1 Cato, N. Y. I-I II Y3 I A M3 English Club C31 C413 Executive Committee of same C41 3 Modern W0men's Club C413 Consumers' League C4-13 Class Vice-Presi- dent C413 Vice-President of Y. W. C. A. C413 Women's League Executive Board HARVEY N. TUTTI.'E, Philosophical CSociology1 Troy, N. Y. 'GJ A3 German Club C11 3 Sociology Club C413 Prohibition Club C11 C21 C41 3 Y. M. C. A.3 University Chorus C41. LEE EDWARD VAUGHN, Philosophical CSemitics1 Richmondville, N. Y. Semitics Club C313 Prohibition Club C113 Maltbie Babcock Society' C313 Chairman Visitation of Y. M. C. A. C11. EDNA MAY WAGNER, Philosophical CEnglish1 Bridgeport, Conn. President of Silver Bay Club C41 3 Y. W. C. A.3 Glee Club C31 C41 3 English Club C31 C41 3 Connecticut Club C21 C31 3 Der Deutsche Verein 3 Mandolin Club C113 blodern Women's Club C41. WARREN T. WALKER, Scientihc Syracuse Commons Club3 Geological Club C21 C31 C41. BESSIE WANDS, Philosophical CEnglish1 Norwich, N. Y. K A -093 II II Y3 Boar's Head3 English Club C31 C413 Cast of " Mice and Men " C31 3 Treasurer of Y. W. C. A. C41 3 Treasurer of English Club C41. JOHN LEONARD WARNER, Philosophical Cl-Iistory1 Middleburg, N. Y. -QD A3 II A E3 Prohibition Club3 Secretary of same C31 3 Associate Editor of Daily Orfuzye C21 C313 Editor-in-Chief of 1912 Ommrlaganf Prohibition Club Oratorical Contest C11 3 Prohibition Club Quartet C11 C213 University Chorus C11 C21 C413 State Secretary of Intercollegiate Prohibition Association C41. GERTRUIJE MARGAIQIET WATEREURV, Classical CHistory1 Saugerties, N. Y. A F3 H TI Y3 Historical Associationg English Club3 Y. W. C. A. Cabinet C41. CASSIE D. WELLS, Philosophical CBiology1 Fulton, N. Y. A I' A3 Glee Club C31 C413 Silver Bay Club C413 Delegate to Silver Bay C31 3 Y. W. C. A.3 Biological Association. One Hundred Thirty Bruins KBEUEUE-GUIIZEB nf lihzral tarts MARION H. WIsLLs, Library Economy Smyrna, N, Y. TI B 11,3 1I A E3 Il' II Y3 Glee C1ub3 Instrumental Clubg Y. W. C. A. Cabinet C453 Treasurer of Instrumental Clubg Consumers, League. IVIISRRELL NI. WELLS, Philosophical CZoology5 Fulton, N. Y. A I' A3 Glee Club C15 C25 C35 C453 Treasurer of same C453 Y. W. C. A.3 Biological Association. NIAUDE E. WELSH. Philosophical ClVIathematics5 lVIorristown, N. Y. Silver Bay Club C-I-53 llflathematical Club C25 C35 C453 Cabinet of game C35 C-I-5 3 Senior Vice-President C45 3 Y. W. C. A.3 Basketball C153 Woman's LCZICIJICQ Vesper Chorus3 Sophomore Debate Club. GIm'I'RUnIa ISABIEI. VVHITIE, Philosophical CFrench5 Syracuse A 1'3 French Club C453 Vice-President of same C453 Class Secretary C353 Class Executive Committee C25 C45. HCDMIER O. WHI'I'Iz. Scientihc CMathematics5 Hoosick, N. Y. bl A 195 1VI1ltlICl112lfiC2ll Clllb C45 3 'l'rcasurer of same C453 Football Squad C15 3 Class Football Team C15 C25 3 Baseball Squad C15 C25. JANET EIJINA WIIv'I'ocIc. Philosophical ClSl13Q'llSll5 Buffalo, N. Y. HARIXISCJN E. WILLIAMS, Classical Cl',atin5 Rutland, Vt. Classical Club C35 C45 3 Y. 1VI. C. A. M IERVYN M. WILLIAMS, Philosophical Scranton, Pa. I E N3 BoaI"s Head3 Prohibition Clllbj Assistant in Gymnasium. WAl.l.ACl3 NI. WILLIAMS, Philosophical Syracuse .ll A E3 Associate Editor of Daily Orange C35 3 llflanaging Editor of same C45. MARJORIIQ JANET WILSON, 'Philosophical CEng1ish5 ' Syracuse College Equal Suffrage League C25 C35 C453 Secretary of same C253 Presi- dent of same C353 Director of same C453 Consumers' League C35 C453 Presi- dent of same C45 3 Y. W. C. A.3 English Club C35 C45 3 Women's Debate Club C35 3 Executive Committee of same C45 3 Reporter for VVoman's Edition of Daily Cjfllllgl' CIRACIE A. WORKBTANV, Classical CLatin5 Auburn, N. Y. A 1' A3 Classical Club C35 C45 3 Secretary of same C353 Mathematical Club C35 C45 3 German Club C453 Y. W. C. A.jxVOIl1HI1,S League C15 C25 C35 C453 University Chorus C25 C45. RALPH CIIILLINcwoRTII YouNo. Scientific CChemistry5 Phoenix, N. Y. K bl. FLORENCE IRIENE ZARTMAN, Philosophical CHistory5 Syracuse Al.l'RlED V. Zooo. Philosophical CHistory5 Syracuse '69 A. Une llundrcd Thirty-o F EHRT5 KM.-A ' 1 'ls l V CJ f 1 5 'jf , 6 9- 'iam ,.' Z1 i l 5" aff 5 ix I ga f s 'C ' fs" Qt- C ,ff ' 1 1 11 sf I - M- CQ-'iff 5 -5 - A -' E- 4.501 5 Q.. 1 A ' .4 , f-+C A QF' l I - V 4- . 1 ' ' va? M4 K-fix M. IQSTHER BALL, Belles Letters ClCnglish1 New Berlin, N. Y K A 605 I 'l'5 1 A M5 English Club C31 5 Boar's Head C21 C41 5 Secre- tary of same C415 Cast of "Comedy of lCrrors"5 Class Executive Committee C11 5 Vice-President of Class C21 5 Secretary of VVoman's League C41. INEZ LUCILE BAR'roN, Music CVoeal1 Nunda, N. Y. Alatheag Lima Club5 Women's Glee Club. MAIKICDN BIEATRICIE Bu.i.1Nos, Painting Lake Placid, N. Y. E K5 Fakirs5 Fine Arts French Club5 Illustrators' Clubg Snowshoe Club. RACHEL BULLIZYA, Painting Syracuse F QD B5 H TI Y5 I A M5 I 'I75 Fakirsg Vice-President of same C31 5 President of same C415 Illustrators' Clubg Secretary of same C215 lixecutive Board of same C315 Vice-President of same C415 Fine Arts French Club C11 C21 C31 C415 VVomen's Swimming Association C415 Tennis Class Champion C11 C21 5 Tennis Manager C315 Swimming Manager C415 Basketball Team C115 Captain of same C115 Art Editor of 1912 fjllllilllllgllllf Graduate Painters' Association5 lfxecutive Board of Senior Class C415 Snowshoe Club. MARY CSARRIETT CLAPP, lX1usic Cl'iano1 - Syracuse K A 075 Fine Arts French Club C415 Secretary of Class C215 Executive Committee FRANCES VVEEE CLARKE, Music CPiano1 Syracuse M fl, E5 I T5 Il H Y5 Fine Arts French Club ALETIIA IC. CoMs'roCK, Painting Yorkville, N. Y. Illustrators' Club5 Secretary of same C415 Fine Arts French Club5 Snowshoe Club5 Vice-'President of same 5 VVomen's Swimming Association5 Fakirs C11 C21 5 Graduate Painters' Association5 Y. W. C. A. ICDITH AI,MlRA 1'llEA'I'Hl5Rl.Y, Music CPiano1 Syracuse GRACE FITTS, Music CVocal1 Moravia, N. Y. Fine Arts French Club. HILIJA GRCJSSMAN, ,Painting Syracuse 1' QD B5 I T5 Fakirs5 Secretary of same C415 Fine Arts French Clubg Executive Board of same 5 Illustrators' Club5 lfxecutive Board of same 5 Graduate Painters' Association. FLORENCE HURSTV, lVIusic CPiano1 Syracuse M fl! E. RUTH MlillRI'I' KING, Music CVocal1 llion, N. Y. I' fl! B5 bl '60 E5 Silver Bay Club5 Fine Arts French Clubg Vice-'President of same C315 Secretary of same C-l-15 Class Executive Committee One llunrlrcd Thirty-two bzuint 1B.2cnvh5-Gllnllzge nt jfine Qittri FLORENCE EUGIENIE KNIGIIT, Design Mt. Vernon, N. Y. A E A5 I T5 Fakirs5 Illustrators' Club5 Kolledj Klang Silver Bay Club5 Y. W. C. A.5 Class Executive Committee MARGARIET' ISAIIEI. LAY. 'Painting Oil City, Pa. A 415 Women's Glee Club C21 5 lllustrators' Clubg Swimming Association. IONIE H. LIVINGSTON, Music CVocal1 lvlarathon, N. Y. M 111 E5 H II Y5 Fine Arts French Club C-11 5 VVonIen's Glue Club lEI.IZAIIETIfI LOWRY, Belles Letters CHistory1 Berwick, Pa. K K I'5 I' A M5 II II Y5 Historical Association C31 C-11 5 Y. W. C. A.5 Class Executive Committee C11 C315 Vice-President of Women's League. ETH lil. MAU1'lEllS'I'0CK. Music CPiano1 Kingston, N, Y, A A A5 I A M5 B02l1',S Head C21 C-115 French Club C115 Glee Club C21 C31 5 Kolledj Klan C31 C-11 5 Cast of " Comedy of Errors." GERTRUIJIE lb1ERSEREAU. Music CPianO1 Union Springs, N. Y. A A A5 Glee Club C31 C41 5 French Club C11 5 Kolledj Klan C-11. JOHN ARTHUR lVIONTGOMERY, Architecture Walton, N, Y. KID K 1115 II KD M5 Architectural Society5 Fakirs' Association. WEIISTIZR MCJUl.TON, Architecture Syracuse WII,I.IAM SCOTT MURTl'El.DT. Music CViolin1 Syracuse HIERIIIERT S. RAND, MIIsic CViolin1 Syracuse 2 A E5 fb M A5 Class Committee C415 Violin Soloist with Glee Club C215 Contributor to University Song Book C-11. MAIIEI. IC. REED, Music CPiano1 East Syracuse II B fIH5 Glee Club. THOMAS S. ROCKRISE, Architecture Yamagata, Japan A T5 Cosmopolitan Club5 Vice-President of Architectural Society C-11. FLORENCE IE. SMITH, Music CVocal1 Marcellus, N. Y. Fine Arts French Club5 Glee Club. M. JAMIE SMITH, Music CPiano1 Syracuse HOWARD CARLTON TAYLOR, Music CPiano1 Syracuse 'If M A. CILADYS E. ,131-IOMAS, Belles Letters CEnglish1 Fargeville, N. Y. English Club C31 C415 Fine Arts French Club C11 C215 Glee Club C315 Modern Women's Club C31 C4-1. MARGUERITE N. r.l.lRlEAT. Music C'Cello1 Weedsport, N. Y. K A CD5 Fine Arts French Club C-11. BELLE J. VICKERY, Music CVocal1 ' Phoenix, N. Y. A E A5 Fine Arts French Club C31 C-1-1 5 Y. W. C. A.5 Women's Glee Club 2 -11. DAVIEJ ll.cWALsH, lVIusic CPianO1 Montgomery, N. Y. KID A 5605 Mandolin Club C11 C21 5 University Band C11 5 Leader of same C215 Musical Director of Tambourine and Bones C31 C41. BERTHA L. WALSWORTH, Design Butte, Montana Falcirs C11 C21 C315 Illustrators' Club C-l-15 Fine Arts FrenclI Club C115 Basketball C31. ALIZYNIE C. WEIIIIER, Design ' Syracuse X Q5 Snowshoe Club C31 C-11 5 Illustrators' Club C41 5 Y. W. C. A. One llundred 'l'hiI'ly-three DIIJINL fgf' ICUGRNR N. BoUnRiz,xU Pittsfield, Mass. N E Ng Student Assistant in Histology C35 Q-I-D. FRED G. Bi5N'i'oN. li. S. Berkshire, N. Y. N E N51 sz o KQA QA. Dawn: H. .Bl.Ul5S'l'0NIE Syracuse Z B 'l'. LINUS S. CAVE Cold Brook, N. Y. A K K. JASON HENRY CoNoiaR lirusbton, N. Y. Aeaciag University lVIasonie Club. PHn.I.u' COOPER . Syracuse fll li ll. .IoiiN Wiasmzv Cox Horseheads, N. Y. A S2 Ag lVlasonie Clubg Aeaciag Square and Compass Clubg Student Assistant in Physiology f3jg Senior Council. LAWRISNCIE F. IJRUMM Syracuse N bi A A. 'l'mo'riiv JOSISPII l'lAY NVestmoroland, N. Y. Class Vice-l'resident Q3jg Class Secretary CZD. HARRY l1UCUl,l.USfill,MORli Auburn, N. Y. fi, K -lfg A R Kg I sz o ic. FRANK cJ0l.DS'I'lElN Syracuse Z Ii 'I'g Medical Baseball 'feamg Cliairman of llxceutive Committees QQ, C35 C45- CLARA Amicrm Hama Fayetteville, N. Y. Alatlieag A E 'l. Euczimis A. l'lAMMoNo Madison, N. Y. fb li llg President of Nladison County Club C-Hg Secretary of Class CSD. Une Il unrlrerl 'I'liirty-four Senior lliecnrhsi-Gtnllegz nt Slpzhirine AARON HARRY ICALLIVI' Syracuse Z B T3 I S2 O Kg Varsity Football Team CZD C31 Q-l-jg Walter Camp's third " All American Team " C-lj 3 Associate Editor of Uriomlzzgrm CSD. EDITI-I lVIACIJOWVEl.L, Ph. B. fjlcggn, N, Y, Alatheag Z Ib. WILLIAM J. MAI-IONEY, Ph.G. Canton, N, Y, B 'QD Hg N E. Ng Q0 N Eg 'I S2 O Kg Vice-President Of Class QU. RODERT JOHN MCGUIRIE Sy,-acuse AKKgIS2OK. WII,I.IAM JOHN NICNl3RNlEY Symcusc Ill B Hg I Q O Kg A S2 Ag Class 'President CZD. HAR0l,D WILLIAM MCNITT NI1I'WiCI1, N, Y, A K K 3 1 S2 O Kg Vice-President of Class 135. JULIA AGNES M1I.IvIOE Nynmm, N, Y, A E I. ROY SIEELEY MOORE, B. S. Cazcnovia, N. Y. bi 4111115 fI11IrIgIIzOK. ROY G. QPERIIAM Rutlicrfoi-Il, N. J. K rig A K K. LORIEN PIERCY RANSOM Syracuse KID 1' Ag A K Kg 09 N Eg Double Seven. CQIEORGIE lVIAT'1'IIlEW RE'I'AN North Syracuse, N. Y. A K Kg I Q O K. lVIARGARlIT'l'A RUI.IsON RIIEGISI. Buffalo, N. Y. Alathcag Z Ib. RAYMOND B. SIEAGFRID liast Syracuse, N. Y. ill B 1151120 K. LAURENCIE B. SIssON Cuba, N. Y. N E Ng I S2 O Kg A S2 Ag Secretary of Republican Club C-H 5 Class Secretary C2l I Y. M. C. A. JAMES ROE SNYDIER Chico, C111- A K Kg Class l,l'CSlilCl1t C315 Student assistant in Chemical and Microscoplcal Diagnosis. SIDNEY C. VYIERMILYIEA Newark. N. Y- A K K. JASON L. WILEY - . ' Cllyllgfl- N- Y- fI1 B IIg Student assistant in Anatomy QZD 3 Class PI'csIdcIIt C3J. ROIIER1' F. ZIMIVIERMAN SYVIICUSC A K K. OncllUI1IlI'ctl'lillirlpy-flve ,-R Tm I Q 'G fs :JE Y 1 5 Ii, A as 2 44 2.- " lu A "."- J .J WILLIAM ALEXANDER Al.l.IEN KID A '095 ll dl M5 Senior Dinn FRANK VVILLIAM BAKER I' Il 1' ARTI'IUR BENSON A X5 Football Team WII.I.IAM JOHN BOURKE A X. GEORGE H. COLE Club. Gorham, N. Y. lVIaIlrid, N. Y. Syracuse Syracuse lVIanlius, N. Y. QD 17 A5 KD A fI15 Skull and Serpent5 Baseball C11 C21 C31 5 Baseball Nlanager C11 5 Glee Club C21 5 President of Senior Class of the College of Law AZZEI. CLARK, JR. Oneida, N. Y. B '60 H5 A T5 II KD M5 'K B 1115 Senior Dinner Club5 Devil's OWI15 Skull and Serpent5 Rubicon Clubg Executive Committee C11 C21 5 Chairman of tbc lflxecu- tive Committee 1 . RoRER'r IC. CRANE Hornell, N. Y. A X5 A B 'II5 Devil's Own5 Law Executive Committee C315 University Executive Committee JOHN FRANCIS CULLEN Fulton, N. Y. I' H AF. CHARLES FRANCIS CUMMINOS Lima, N. Y. A X5 A B II5 lVIonx Head5 Senior Dinner Clubg Devil's 0vvn5 Rubicon Clubg Manziger 1913 Baseball TeaIn C315 Assistant Manager Basketball Team C315 Manager of Basketball Team C41 5 Law College Baseball Team C21 C31 5 llflem- ber of 1912 Cjllllllllllyllll Board lVIember of University Governing Board C315 lVIember of Senior Council5 Class Executive Committee C21 Presi- dent of University Republican Club GlitJRGlE WII.LIAIvI CUMMINGS Lima, N. Y. A X5 'K B KID5 A B II5 lWonx l-leaIl5 Senior Dinner Club5 Devil's c,WIlj Rubi- con Club5 Track Team C11 5 Cross Country Squadg Class Football Team5 Law College Baseball Team C31 5 Vice-President of Law Class C11 5 University lixecutive Committee 5 Junior Prom Committee One lTllI1llI'4'Il 'l'lIiI'ly-six Senior imtnrhs-Qllnllzgz of lain HOXVARIJ C. IDIESILVA Arma, N. Y. E A E5 11, A 1125 Devil's Owng Masoiiie Club5 Baseball Teams C11 C21 5 Vice- President of Senior Law Class C31. FRANK J. FORD Syracuse F lll fl'. HAROLD W. FORD Syl-ngusc A X. WILLIAM H. FRANK. Brooklyn, N. Y. I3 '09 II 5 119 A 1115 Devil's Own5 Corpse and COHin5 Boar's Head5 Tamborine and BOnes5 President of BOar's Head C4-15 Cast of " Comedy of Errors "5 Cast of "The Coach "5 Cast of " Mice and Men "5 Cast of " King Pin "5 Cast of " You Never Can Tell "5 Cast of " MOI'l1ll1gSfHl'.,, HARRY A. CILEASON Cortland, N. Y. A X5 Corpse and Cof'hn5 BOar's 'Head5 First Prize in the Chancellor's Oratorical Contest C215 Toastmaster at Junior Law Banquet C21. JOSEPH DIERIEMUS GRII"I'IN Greensboro, N. C. E 111 E5 Devil's Own5 Southern Club5 President of same C315 Treasurer of same C215 Second Prize in the Chaneellor's Oratorical Contest C11 5 Treasurer of Law Class C11 5 President of Law Clws C21. GROVE LAWRENCE HIKEGINS Syracuse A X5 Assistant Business Nlanager of the 1912 Onomlagan C215 President of University Democratic Club C31. J. LEO HILEERT Rochester, N. Y. K 215 K B 1115 Double Seven5 Devil's Own5 Freshman Baseball Team5 Law College Baseball Team5 Manager of the 1912 Unondngan. CLIFFORD E. HUGHES Gainsville, N. Y. 1' II P. ISAAC JOEIPE - Rochester, N. Y. Z B 'I'5 A E P5 Law College Debate Club C11 C21 C315 Debate Union C11 C21 C315 Varsity Debate Team C11 C215 Ohio-Wesleyan Debate C115 Yale Debate C21. CHARLES CRAWFORD JOHNSON Pulaski, N. Y. Law College Debate Club C11 C21 C31 5 University Debate Union C31. RALPH MAITI.AND JONES Detroit, Mich. 111 Y5 B A B5 O N E5 Tambourine and BOnes5 Glee and Instrumental Clubs C11 C215 Class Executive Committee C11 C215 Chairman of Freshman Law Executive Committee. CHARLES PORTER JONES Minetto, N. Y. 1D A 105 Law College Debate Club C11 C21 C31 5 Vice-President of same C31 5 Orange Board C21 C315 Varsity Debate Union C215 Secretary of same C315 Yale Debate C215 Chaneellor's Oratorical Contest C11. GEORGE FREDERICK KINEACK Scranton, Pa. bl X5 1Iv A 1Iv5 B A B5 Q9 N E5 Senior Dinner Club5 Pennsylvania Club. One Hundred Thirty-seven Benton Returns-college of lam CLARENCE RODERICK KING Syracuse CIF A 'IL JESSE ICMERSON KINGSLEY Utica, N. Y. A X5 Rubicon Club5 Assistant llffanager of Basketball Team C315 Manager of same C41 5 Law College Baseball Team C31 5 Class Executive Committee C31 5 Athletic Governing Board C31. C WILLIAM H. LOCKE Syracuse B Q H5 B A B5 II ID M5 A 'B IT5 Monx Head5 Devil's Owng Rubicon Club5 Mzinager of Law Baseball Team C315 University Executive Committee C215 Chairman of Executive Committee of University Republican Club C4-1. JOHN JosEI-H MAHAR Syracuse DANIEL L. MCCARTFIY Bethlehem, Pa. 'IP A CD. EDWARD K. MCNEAI., Ph. B. Forestville, N. Y. A T A5 fb A 11,5 fl! M A5 University Club5 Historical Associationg Class Treas- urer C21 5 Executive Committee C21. EDWARD E. MII.l.ER Brooklyn, N. Y. A X. HIENRY B. MUIKRAY. JR. Poughkeepsie, N. Y. 22 fb E5 Devil's Owng Rubicon Club5 Prohibition Club C-F15 Executive Com- mittee C31. RAl,l'H W. MUIILIEN Morganville, N. Y. A X. JoIIN CDLCOTT Syracuse RAY A. PETERSON Syracuse fb 1' A5 fl, A 1115 TI' GJ Y5 Skull and Serpent5 Corpse and Comng Senior Dinner Clubg Freshman Crew Squatl5 Varsity Crew C21 C315 Block " S." FRANK 'PRES'roN Warner, N. Y. TRUMAN HCJI.l,Y PRESTON Manlius, N. Y. XII Y5 Boar'S Heaclg Tambourine and Bones5 Sacred and Oriental Fiveg Law College Debate Club5 Cheer Leader C315 Vice-Presitlent Freshman Law ClasS5 Treasurer of Senior Law Class5 Cast of Junior 'Play C215 Cast of "Morning- star " C315 Secretary of Tambourine and Bones C31. NTILES E. RoIxERrSoN Canastota, N. Y. B '69 ll. Track Team C31 C41. JOHN ROGERS Syracuse AX5 Class Football Cl1. One llunflrerl 'l'hirty-eight bfllflllf IKBEDEUS-QCUIIBEZ nt 716111 Wn.l.mM WA1'r1z RUGG Catskill, N. Y. E Ng A 'I'g K B flip A B Hg Devil's Owng Rubicon Clubg '1'ambourine anal Bonesg Varsity Basketball Q-l-5 5 Law College Baseball Team Q35 Q45 5 Vice- Presitlent of Law Class Q35 3 University Executive Committee Q35 5 Class lfxecu- tive Committee Lizwis CooK RYAN Norwich, N. Y. A X Pg fb A 1115 llionx Heaclg Basketball Team Q15 Q25 Q35g Junior Prom Committee Q25g Secretary Law Class Q35g lfxecutive Committee Q35. WAl.'I'lEll F. Scnmnmmo Buffalo, N. Y. . -s, .1-1 1. 1 It. :qi 'il- A Yg Ill A fbg 'I' 09 Y 3 Devil s Own, lambomine anal Bones, l nshman Base hall Team: Cast of " lWorningstarg" Athletic Dinner Committee Q35 3 University Nlinstrels Q15 Fl.oYn SlMoN Sl'ANoi.1z Syracuse Class lfxecutive Committee I-loimciz M. S'1'oNis Marcellus, N. Y. ,Il 00 llg A B IIQ Sacretl ancl Oriental lfiveg Rubicon Clubg Freshman Foot- ballg Presiclent Freshman Law Classg '1'oastmaster of Sophomore Lawyers' Banquet NVu.i.mM Pmvisrl. Swann' Rome, N. Y. 13 G0 113 fb A fbg A 'I'g Skull and Serpentg Rubicon Club. VV. Kmvfum 'liONlER Syracuse Z Pg Debate Uniong Secretary of Law Class Q35g Chairman of lixecutive Committee . S'l'UAR'r W. Wi-n'riNo Jordan. N. Y. fl' A QTY. xVII,l!UR A. Wln'rlNo Minhllevillc, N. Y. Wu.l.mM IC. Waimmyv Palmyra, N. Y. Acaciag hflasonic Club Ql5 Q25 Q35 5 Square anal Compass Club Ql5 Q25 5 Sacred and Oriental Five Q15 Q25 5 Rubicon Clubg 'l'echnology Club Doxfxro J. Womnsu Olviln. N. Y. Tl A Eg German Clubg Classical Clubg Daily Urnngi' Reporter Q15 g Associate litlitor of same Q35 3 Class lixecutive Committee Q-l'5. 11 Epi E iflwl -Li 13. - 4 E V ' , 17 J 1 0 :-.ua e L U 'x r -vas? '0'5"-5 3' Sviomll One llunmlred Thirty-nine Q PPLIE 'GIENGE FRANK W. AISIQAMS, Civil Engineering Brooklyn, N. Y. E A IG, 'I' A E, Class Football 125, Vice-l'resitlent of Engineers QQ, Class Executive Committee 'Rae BuLl.Gy... - BERTRAM F. ALLEN. Civil Engineering Port Washington, L. I. Z P. ERNEST C. ANSI,IEY, Civil Engineering Penn Yan, N. Y. fI1 I' A, II fb M, 'I' 60 Y, Football CID CZD f-l-D, Basketball CU C22 CSD, President of Engineers DANA WALLACE BARNARD, Civil Engineering Syracuse XII Y, T B II, I5 A B, Skull and Serpent, Class Executive Committee CZJ. GLENN HARRISIJN BARNARID, Electrical Engineering Livonia, N. Y. Assistant in Physics J. MAYNARI7 BARNEY, Civil. Engineering - Syracuse GIEOIIGE CI.rN'roN BEAUMoNT, Civil Engineering Castile, N. Y. 60 A. Rovers L. BIEIERS, Mechanical Engineering Newsane, N. Y. K 22, Instrumental Club ill , Baseball fl, , Numerals. Fnovo L. BRIEWSTIER, Electrical Engineering Syracuse fb 1' A, Skull antl Serpent, Tambourine anrl Bones, Glee Club CZD, Class Executive Committee CZD. PIOWVARD A. BRIEWSTER, Electrical Engineering Syracuse fb I' A, Skull anal Serpent, Tambourine and Bones. Er.l.swoR'rn A. BROWN. Electrical Engineering Syracuse A 'I' A, fb M A, Class Presiclent C23 , Executive Committee EDWARD C. ABOIEHIVI, Civil Engineering Buffalo, N. Y. EARI. R. BROVVN, Civil Engineering Erieville, N. Y. Acacia, lylasonic Club, Square anal Compass Club. P. GRAY BURLIEIGII, lVIeclianical Engineering Oswego, N. Y. fl! I' A, 'I' B ll. Une llunilrefl Iforty Bruins: imtntfhs-Qlpplizh Etienne ROBERT H. BYRNES, Civil Engineering Cazenovia, N, Y, 111 A Q5 T B II5T 0 Y5 T A 215 C0 N E5 IT tb M5 Corpse and Collin. CI.IIfIfoRD ROY CARTER, Mechanical Engineering Eastwood, N. Y. E 111 E5 T B TI5.Boars Headg Tambourine and Bonesg Cast of U The Coach " Q315 Cast of " lxmg Pin " Q-115 Cast of "You Never Can Tell " Q-115 Press Agent of Boar's Head Q41 5 Cheermaster Q-11. ALVIN RALPH CASE. Electrical Engineering Fulton, N. Y. DON EMERSON CHAMBERLAINI Civil Engineering Caneaclea. N. Y. Commons Club5 Vice-President of same Q-115 Y. hi. C. A.5 Class Football Q215 'Varsity Band QI1. ERNEST G. CHAMPLIN, Civil Engineering Norwich, Conn. A Y5 Varsity Football Q215 Stroke of Freshman Crew5 Varsity Crew Q215 Stroke of Same 5 Varsity Track Team Q31 Q-11 5 Relay Team Q-11. LEON B. CHURCHILL., Electrical Engineering Syracuse EDWIN PHILIP CROWELL, Electrical Engineering Liverpool, N. Y. MIP A 605 1912 Onolizlagrln Board. RALPH B. EVERETT, Civil Engineering Syracuse T B IT. W. NlEW1'0N EDWARDS, Civil Engineering Utica, N. Y. Commons Club5 Y. NI. C. A.5 Prohibition Club PRESTON D. FOGG, Civil Engineering Dorchester, hlass. Z P5 QD K A5 Double Seven, Senior Dinner Club5 Tambourine and Bones5 Football Q11 Q21 Q31 Q-115 Captain of same Q-11 5 Track Q11 Q21 Q31. ERNEST CHARLES GI,1EASON, Mechanical Engineering Belfast, N. Y. E fl' E. ELLERY R. FITCH, Mechanical Engineering Elmira, N. Y.- T B H5 Tambourine and Bones Q31 Q4-1 5 Cast of "lVIorningstar." ARTHUR E. GRANIIERG, MCCllHI1lCHl Engineering Brooklyn, N. Y. T B 1'I5 Commons Club5 Cosmopolitan Club5 Senior Council. AMOS J. GRIMM, lVIechanical Electrical Rome, N. Y. B 'Q-J II5 T A E5 Senior Dinner Club5 Crew Q11 Q21 Q31 Q-11. IBUNCAN GRAY, Electrical Engineering Rensselaer, N. Y. K 215 lVIanager of Freshman Football Team Q31. WILLIAM P. GYATT, Electrical Engineering Syracuse bl N5 II B T5 Double Seven5 Football Q11 Q31 5 Executive Committee Q21. JAM ES A. HAMII.'I'oN, Electrical Engineering 1 Watertown, N. Y. Z P. FREDERICK HIER, JR., Mechanical Engineering Syracuse fb A C0 5 Corpse and Coffin. EDGAR BLAKIELY TNGRAHAM, Electrical Engineering Elmira, N. Y. qi Y: qi K Ag Q11 N E5 T B II5'l' A E5 Corpse and CoHin5 Tambourine and Bonesg Class Football Q215 Captain of Same Q215 ASSiSt21l1t F00tl111ll Marlagcr Q315 Football lVlanager Q-115 Athletic Governing Board Q-1-15 President of Senior Council5 Senior Ball Committeeg Secretary of Student Body Q415 Class Executive Committee Q215 Kolledj Klang Y. NI. C. A. One llunclrcd 'Forty-one Senior Returns-Hpplizn bciznsz RALPH JACOBS, Mechanical Engineering Syracuse Commons Club. SIDNEY A. JUDSON, Civil Engineering Roseboom, N. Y. GJ A, T B H. DANIIEI, J. KEATING, Civil Engineering Cazenovia, N. Y. B C9 lf. ' HAROI,lJ G. KLING, Civil Engineering Buffalo, N. Y. 22 X, B A B, T A 21, Skull and Serpent, Corpse and COHin, Baseball. ELMIER J. LIEICIIT, Electrical Engineering Harvard, N. Y. B '09 II, Double Seven. ANDREZ LOPEZ, Civil Engineering Arecibo, Porto Rico DONALD WARRANT TVICCALLUM, Mechanical Engineering Onondaga Valley, N. Y. v A F il Jn CLIFTON E. MILLER, Civil Engineering Syracuse ELIJON D. lVIILI.I2R, Civil Engineering Plainfield, N. J. XII Y, B A B, Skull and Serpent, Tambourine and Bones, Y. NI. C. A., BOar's Head, Cast of "You Never Can Tell" Q-H, Class Executive Committee QZD C4-D, Chairman of Class Memorial Committee C-ll. JOHN B. MUNSON, Electrical Engineering Windham, N. Y. Commons Club. ALEXANDER NliIIJliR, JR., Mechanical Engineering Syracuse 21 B. - SIH ZUNG NIE, Civil Engineering Shanghai, China ARTHUIR BRAINIERIJ O'DAY, Electrical Engineering Messengerville, N. Y. ll! Y, A T, 1912 Football Team. IJEVVITT C. CJGSBURY, Civil Engineering Altamont, N. Y. A T A, fl' B H, fb M A,Varsity Track C21 Q35 C-H. Al,LEN C. OSTIGUY, Mechanical Engineering Ticonderoga, N. Y. ROBERT B. PI5LLI2'rTE, Mechanical Engineering Whitney Point, N. Y. Varsity Band Cl, Q21 133, Leader of same NCJRRIS H. PHILLIIIS, Civil Engineering Rochester, N. Y. Prohibition Club. ELMIZR G. QUIN, Civil Engineering Rockville Centre, L. I. E A E, Tl' A E, TI A IG, lVIonx Head, Varsity Baseball Squad CSD, Daily Orange flj CZD, Associate Editor Of same Q-l-D, 1912 Unomlagan Board, University Calendar C3l , Chairman of Class Executive Committee C4-D , Junior Prom Committee C3J. One llundred lfnriy-two Slllillll IKBKUEUK-HIJQJUZU EEUU!! JOHN A. RAPIELJIE. lVIechanical Engineering Hopewell Junction, N. Y. A K E3 Varsity Crew Substitute C25. CHARLES D. RRIDPATH, Civil Engineering Buffalo, N. Y E X3 T A E3 II! K A3 Skull and Serpcnt3 Corpse and COHTIDQ Grenandiers3 Football C15 C25 C353 Track C15 C25 C35 C453 Captain of Track Team C453 President of Student Body C451 Senior Councilg Athletic Governing Board HARRY H. RICHARDSON. Industrial Engineering East Syracuse ' Z X113 T A E3 Coxswain Crew C15 3 Sub-Coxswain of Crew C253 Coxswain of Crew C353 ChaiI'mau of Senior Engineers Executive Committee C-l5. DAVID E. ROBBINS. Civil Engineering Union, N. Y. T B U3 Technology Club C35 C453 Commons Club. ALMON L, ROBINSON, MCL'llZll1lCHl Engineering Oxford, N. Y. FLOYD H. ROOD, Civil Engineering Minoa, N. Y. T B II. MIL'l'ON B. SIEVERANCE. Civil Engineering North Creek, N. Y. TB H3 Baseball C15 C25 C35 C45. FRED L. Sl-IEIELISYA, Electrical Engineering Syracuse K E3 A T3 Fakirs3 Chairman of Executive Committee C353 Executive Com- mittee C45. GEORGE CARTER S1'icKNIfY, Civil Engineering Ausahle Forks, N. Y. ATA31IY M A. 1f'RIzDIzRIcI4 VVALTIER S'I'IsURIzR. Mechanical Engineering LeRoy, N. Y. 22 X3 T B II3 Double Seven. HlERlilZR1' M. SWI2'I'I.AND. Mechanical Engineering Brockton, N. Y. K E3 Glee Club C15 C253 University Band C15 C25 C353 Football CI5. JOHN E. '11AYL0R, Mechanical Engineering Canastota, N. Y. HARRY RoLI.1N r.il0l'l'ING. Civil Engineering N. Harpersfield, N. Y. T B 113 Acacia3 Double SCVCITQ Masonic Clllllf Freshman Crew3 Varsity Eight-Oared Crew C25 C353 Varsity Football Squad C35 C-l5. HAROI.lJ R. WAI.DRoN, Electrical Engineering Ithaca, Mich. A Y3 KID K A3 Corpse and COHll1Q Senior Dinner Clubg Varsity Football C25 C35 C-l-53 Varsity Track Team C25 C35 C451 Varsity Relay Team C35 C453 Athletic Governing BOZll'llQ Senior Ball Committee. WILLIAM H. WILD, Electrical Engineering Schenevus, N. Y. II B T. WILLIAM Disxrisiz WII.soN. Civil Engineering Syracuse A K E3 'I' B II3 T A 213 lVIonx HCHClj Junior Prom Committee C35 3 Assistant in Surveying C45. One Hundred Forty-three .2 TEYXUHEHS COLLEGE 4 lllllniiulllllll . wnmrdll l I ADA IC. BURGAN. Normal lXfIusic lfast Syracuse, N. Y. 1"ANN1ia BU'F'l'lZRl'llEl.lJ, Normal Art Belvidere, Ill. A I Nlirfll E. Y S2 Womanls Glee Club C31. lVIARcARl1 Vl5l.I.A CASE, Normal Music Sayre, Pa. Pol.l.Y ROIHESON CLARK, Normal Art Olean, N. Y. K K l'g VVomanls Nlandolin Club Cl1 C21, Leader of same C215 Class lfxecutive Committee Cl1 C21g Secretary of Class of Teacheris College NANCY CLYDE Coolc, Pedagogy CArt1 Massena, N. Y. ICLLA lVlARoUifm'l'ls Cowen, Normal Art Syracuse LIEILA RonlaR'1'A CUs'rARo, Pedagogy liaston, Pa. 'Ill li K Cfioucher College1. lirolsrf IDELANO CERIEIEN, Pedagogy Syracuse Prsalu. NIINNIIE Gklfoolw, Normal Music Ferndale, N. Y. r1illliRlESA HIEIIJIECKIE, Normal Art Springville, N. Y. X S25 Fine Arts Fakirsg Class lfxecutive Committee ISLNIA KQLENIJORA KARSCHNIZR. Normal Art Wyalusing, Pa. A E A. MAH Doaorilv LINK, Normal Music Oneida, N. Y. ANlN'A C. Loolvlls, Normal lVIusic Phoenix, N. Y. M ill IC. NIARY CQLADYS LUCIE, Normal Art Nlarion, N. Y. RUTH CADWIQLI, lYIACl1AClll.AN, Normal Art Babylon, L. l. TI B 'fbg Fine Arts Fakirsg German Club, 'Freasurer of Class at Teacher's College C11 L. lVlAR,IORIl5 PERKINS, Normal Music liast Otto, N. Y. E K, ll II Y, Womenls Glee Club C21 LUCY ADA l,lll5l.l'S, Normal Nlusic CVocal1 Lowville, N. Y. A A Ag Glee Club C41g College Chorus C415 Sophomore Oratorical Con- test C21. CZORRINIS lYIARGUlERl'l'l2 Smave, Normal Music liast Syracuse, N. Y. NIARIIE li. VFIIOMPSON, Normal Music CVocal1 Union City, Pa. ll li flfg Fine Arts French Club C11 3 Pennsylvania C313 Glee Club C21. Mrmklsn Doao'rHY VVIIEBIER, Normal Music Kingston, N. Y. A l'. E'1'ulzl. ALLEN VVIuou'r, Normal Art Worcester, N. Y. Fine Arts Fakirs C11 5 Snowshoe Club Glzmzvnsvrz Wnrria, Normal Music Syracuse li A:A. One llnnclrefl lforty-four Y I .f - v I-to - f v ,f I 1 :ii Z' 5 'mfg Qx.,..,n , 'f' 0' -ixx ek 'Q 'Uv f' -K2 1- 0 , 2,43 f J 1 X X ' S ,W f Q ! X if ' N 'N I A I I X I 1 x I i x N X 1 Q E ,y 'XX X 1 ' R 2 A,Q,.'u5 lass 'fl as ffl Iltlkba! -4' 1 ' ' ur ?EN y Zin xtraurhinarp U5 iiuninr lass Meeting REAL CIJMEIJY IN ONE ACT E The Time :-Any time when most of the Class have other engagements. The Place:-Liberal Arts Chapel. The Girl :-Either the vice-president or the secretary, sometimes both. CHARACTERS President:-The only man who ran for the office. Vice-president:-Ditto, but a woman. Treasurer :-A tall man with a lean face and a Worried look. Secretary:-A girl with a big book and nothing in it. Other members of the class-also a few girls. ACT I. SCENE I. President: Will this meeting please come to order? Bill Bessant, you guard the right door,-also the left! CGrandly surveying the empty seatsj Classmates, I am glad to see so many come out this afternoon, for, as the Orange said this morning, this meeting is a very important one. Our honorable treasurer has a few Words to say to us. QSighs and groans from all parts of the house and heavv breathing from the galleryj. 'l'reasurer: Mr. President! President: Mr. 'l'reasurer. Treasurer: Our funds are low--- Bill Harvey: As usualll MOVING-UI' DAY FLOAT Onc Hundred Forty-six T1'easurer: -and as a class we are in debt. This debt must be paid before We graduate next year as we want to leave an unblemished record in the annals. QTremendous and prolonged applause! Now the only way to raise the money is by individual tax. fGroans from the rear. Two members try to pass out, but they pass away instead, for Bessant is right there with the long reach.l Tremurer: Ccontinuing! With the co-operation of all our members we can raise the necessary wherewithal. Clianging the seat! We must raise it!! Sam Darby: CSleepilyj I move we adjourn, lVIr. President. fNobody seconds the motion, so Darb goes to sleep againj. Bill Hall: Mr. President! I move we have a Junior Tag Day, taxing each member the small and insignificant sum of fifty cents, whereupon, by paying said amount he will receive a brilliant blue tag which he must wear until the entire class has paid. Ray Tucker: lvlr. President. I second that motion! President: You have heard the motion made and seconded, all in favor say-- Parsons: lVIr. President!! I object!! Now that little tag stunt is all right,- but I object to the way themotion reads. lf we are to wear the blue tags until the entire class has paid, 'yve would have to wear them the rest of our natural lives,-to which I believe we would all object. QRound after round of applause from all l l b low! CP1rsons carries his point' the motion is suitably amended sides, amove, am e . 2 5 3 . . , and carried as amended.j Roger Graves: Mr. President, may I say a few words? CTo class! Do you . ass is the best one in the whole college? We have passed through the trials of being Freshmen and Sophomores, and are now Upperclassmen. We must be dignified, we must assume an air of responsibility, for next year we will realive that our cl become Seniors, and in order to be good Seniors we must be good Juniors. Let us, M a class, hang together, help each other, have our ideals and live up to them. VVith these things ever in mind, can you not foresee our success which will always be re- membered? fProlonged applause from the halls.J President: ls there any other business to be brought before this meeting? 1Com- motion throughout the room. Loud talking, and putting on of coats, scuming of feet.D . . .N . . , Q 1. . V d President: fStretching to his full five feet and eight inches of cignity, an giving one authoritative rap of the gavelj. If not, we are ready for a motion to adjourn ! . . . . . . u H N U .N bf. tl fThe president maintains his dignity, Bessant flees fiom his post e ore ie oncoming tide: while the mob rushes for, the doors. Amid the clatter and pushing of benches, the voice of the President can be faintly heard :J This meeting is adjourned! ! CURTAIN , wig W One llnndreil Forty-seven Zluniur itture Abel, Alice ........ PAGE ....162 Abendroth, Bertha ....... 168 Achilli, Maria ..... Allen, Lloyd F. .... . ....164 ....158 Allen, Marion ........... 1'58 Allerton, Ethel H. ........ 182 Anderson, Frances M ...., 168 Andrews, Clara L ........ 152 . F Archilla, Gustavo .. ..... 170 Arnold, Mervin V. ....... 161 Ashforth, William j. .... . Axtman, Clarence G. .... . 175 164- Ayling, James S. ......... 169 Bailey, Hannah .... Bailey, Mary ..,.. ....180 ...174 Bailey, John E., jr ........ 167. Baker, Frances B. ........ 172 Balcom, Myron ..... Banks, Marjorie .... Banks Mar'orie ...176 ....172 ......179 . J Barker, Rollo D. ......... 180 Bashford, Raymond 1. .... 181 Bassett, Elizabeth .. . . .171 Beckley, Chester A. ....... 160 Bennet, Elizabeth ........ 162 Bennett, Francis S. ....... 151 Benway, Percy L .... ...160 Berndt, Albert C. ........ 177 Bessant, William T. ...... 156 172 Betts, Anna M. ......... . Bill, Esther M. .... . Bishop Evel n , y .......... Bixby, Harry W. ....... . 158 170 166 Blodgett, Clements W... .. Bradbeer, Evelyn Braggins, Horace Braley, C. Rease ......... Brimmer, Leo M.. . . . Brougham, DeWitt ...... Brown, Helen M .... ..... 165 154 155 175 Brettle, Arthur C. ........ 167 178 182 169 163 Brown, Miriam ......... Buchanan, M. June ....... 171 Buck, Agnes ......... .... 1 59 Butterfield, Fannie ...... 178 Caldwell, Truman S. ..... 165 Cameron, Eugenie ....... 173 Campbell, Marjorie ......176 Carling, Philip .......... 181 Carpenter, Harold D . .... 159 Chamberlain, VVm. C ..... 172 Chapman, George J. ...... 151 Chappell, Donald E. ...... 161 Chauncey, Fred O. ....... 163 Clarke, Polly R. ..... .... 1 65 Cohn, Hazel ............ 156 ne llundrcd Forty-cigli irettntp PAGE Condon, Helen M. ........ 171 Connaughty, Lillian ...... 162 174 Conz, Marguerite Cooke, Marguerite clffflfisi Coon, Eugene l'I. ......... 17-1- Cooney, Edwin R. ....... . Corbett, Clara ..... . . .. 158 163 Coston, Laila A. .......... 171 Crane, Louise ........... 150 Crawford, james J ....... 166 Crimmins, John D. ....... 153 Damms, Ethel M. ........ 169 Danes, James T. .... .... 1 53 Dante, Dorothy .......... 174 Davey, Charles H. ....... 182 Deavor, Ruth L. .... .... 1 71 Delgado, Vincente 157 Dennis, Ruth ............ 170 Denton, Ruhama ........ 157 Diefendorf, Miriam E....151 Doubleday, Ralph S. ..... . Draper, Marion R. ...... . 158 Draime, Edna J .......... 153 165 171 Durbin, M. Louise.. . . . .. Eberle, Allison F. ........ 181 Eberlein, George ........ Ellenberger, Elizabeth 150 156 Ellis, Harold K.. . . . . .. 167 Eshenour, Robin A. ...... 170 Espensen, Katharine ..... 175 Fairchild, Pauline ....... 175 Fairchild, William W. .... 151 Farnham, Elsie M. ....... 172 Fellows, Earle H. ...... 2.153 Fidoe, Fannie ........... 175 Filkins, Cedric E. ....... .151 Fisher, Ruth W. .... . Fisher, William . .. Foley, joseph D.. .. 177 155 Flack, Howard W. ....... 166 159 163 Ford, Edith E. .......... . Fosbinder, Marcella ..... 181 Freshman, I. Earl ........ 182 Fulmer, Herbert C. ....... 157 Furman, Earle L.. . . . Gallup, Irma ...... ....181 ....177 Gardner, Mary A. ....... 164 George, Vivian .... ....179 155 Gifford, Genevieve ...... Giles, Clarence W. ....... 172 Gillette, Ethel C. ......... 154 Goodale, Emmett J. ...... 159 Goodwin, Helen N. ....... 152 Gordon, janet M. ........ 172 t PAGE Gordon, Ruth ........... 157 Graves, Osborne H.. . . . . . Graves, Roger C. ...... .. Grobe, Ina L. ..... . Grower, Roy VV.... Guiney, Mary E. ....... . Gurevitch, Sara G. ...... . 178 156 ....152 ....151 167 175 Hagaman, Robert J ...... 151 1-Iale, Marjorie A. ...... . Hall, William VV. ....... . Hand, Purl S. ..... . Hart, Mary ............. Hatfield, Edna .......... 179 173 . . . .177 152 179 157 Heffernan, Henry Heidecke, Theresa E. ..... 156 Helmstetter, Elgia E. ..... 164 Hess, Emily ............ 165 Hewitt, Alfred E. ........ 178 Hiller, Carrie L. ......... 171 Holdredge, Ruth D. ..... . Hopkins, P. Augustus .... 161 165 Huestis, Stephen C. ....... 164 Hurd, Alice ............. 157 James, Grover R ......... 178 Jennings, Frank L ........ 171 jones, Daniel J .... ....176 Jones, Laura. E. .......... 166 Ka rschner, Glendora ....169 178 Kelleher, Elizabeth F.. . .. Kelley, A. Wylie ......... 153 Kennedy, Celia .......... 170 Kesler, Leland W. ....... 168 Knapp, Alice ........... 174 Knight, Florence E ....... 151 Kunz, Grace ...... ....183 Lamb, Florence M. ....... 167 Lanigan, joseph M ....... 154 Lee, George F. ........... 152 Leland, Rachel II. ....... . Leslie, Ruth M ..... Li, Sheol Yi .............. 176 .. . .175 158 176 Liberman. Anna R. ...... . Lo, T. W. P ....... .... 1 68 Logan, Wesley T. ........ 169 Long, L. John ............ 158 Luce, Mary G. ........... 165 Lux, Marguerite M. ...... 159 MacBean, Harold C ...... 177 Mack, Lillian A. ......... 173 Mackmer, Herbert ....... 163 MacLachlan, Ruth C. ..... 155 MacVean, Helen C ....... 161 Mahan, Christopher T.. ..151 Manier, E. Fern ...... Marsh, H. Adelbert.. Martin, Helen F. .... . Mattia, Rigo D. ..... . Mason, Harry A.... Maxon, Harry F. .... . McCarthy, Frank J... McCarthy, Loretta . .. McDonald, E. E. B... McDowell, Robert P.. McGinty, Cecilia .... McKee, W. Gerard.. McLaughlin, Fred D.. Sl LIIUDI5 191511192 EDWBEIDEQ PAGE 154 ....176 ....177 ....159 ....l50 ....l55 ....168 ....165 ....172 ....173 ....162 ....169 McLoughlin, Arthur J.. . .. Mellor, Percy XV..... Merithew, Kate ..... Merriam, Mary ..... Merriman, Carolyn .. Merritt, Charles Milford, Henry Miller, Howard S .... Miller, Raymond V... Mitchell, H. Miller... 183 155 ....166 ....166 ....150 ....166 ....168 ....161 ....182 ....151 ....174 Morecroft, E. Victoria .... 168 Morley, Frederick B.. ....164 Morrison, Ruth VonE. .... 153 Morse, Marion .... . . Mosher, Roy E.. . . . .. Muir ean ' , J .............. Munro, W. Alexander .... Munson, Edith F ..... Munson, Sara Munson, Silas L .... Navas, Manuel B.. . .. Neal, Helen B. ...... . Newberry, Viola C... Newhart, Fred L.. . .. Newing, Ralph L.. . .. Nichols, Gertrude Oaks, George' M. .... . Ormshee, Willis D.. .. Owens, Francis Paddock, Laura L.. . . . Palmer, Hazel ...... Papworth, Edwin F... Parker, Frances ..... Parliman, Ruth A.. . . . Parsons, Floyd A... .. Parsons, J. Jerome... Parsons, Rilla ....... Pattyson, Harry A.. .. Paul, Jeannette ...... Peacock, Fred L.... Pead, Ernest D ...... Peck, Hazel ......... ....158 ....162 179 169 ....151 ....155 ....163 ....182 ....178 ....173 ....159 ....157 ....179 ....159 ....172 ....170 ....167 ....183 ....153 ....166 ....173 ....177 ....163 ....177 ....162 ....178 ....161 ....18O ....166 Pendill, Willoughby C .... 182 Perkins, Faunta ..... ....167 PAGE Peters, Aimee M. .... .... 1 73 Phelps, Helen ........... Phelps, Howard M. ..... . Philo, Rae M. ............ 157 Pope, Edith G. ...... .... 1 56 Potteiger, Grace A. ....... 154 Preston, Lee S. ........... 156 163 151 Propst, Rudolph W ....... 176 Rapp, Greta ....... .... 1 83 Raynor, Milton D. ........ 168 Regan, J. Emmet .... .... 1 54 Reid, James Rich, J. Harry .... Rile, J. Harmer ..... .... 1 74 Roeper, Clara .... Rook, Edward J ..... .... 1 83 Roos, Florence ..... .... 1 81 Rowe, Benjamin .... .... 1 5-1- Rowe, Mary E.. . .. Rue, Anne E ...... Ryan, LeRoy ............ 160 Ryan, Michael L. ........ 173 ....l55 ....160 ....l80 ....160 ....173 Salpeter, Samuel Sanderson, Orrin Sands, Elizabeth ......... 168 Sanford, Elvyn P. ........ 160 Sayer, Elizabeth .... .... 1 79 Schaub, Emma M. ........ 153 Schaupp, Elizabeth Sager, Carl ........ .... 1 80 . ........ 153 ' W 180 ......l82 153 Schumann, George E. .... . Schwarz, Seymour C. ..... 156 Seddon, Florence ........ 152 Sengel, Emily ........... 163 Sengstacken, Royal F. .... 179 Seymour, Harold L. ...... 150 Shaw, Florence .......... 164 Shedd, G. Vaughn ........ 165 Shepard, Flora .......... 163 Sherrard, Margaret ...... 179 Sherwood, Irene F ........ 160 Sherwood, Ralph A .... ...160 Schrauder, Helen ........ 167 Simon, Nathan A. ........ 154 Simpson, Alfred D. ...... 164 Simpson, Louis C ......... 181 Skerritt, Gertrude Skinner, Edward W. .... . Smith, Alice M. .......... 157 Smith, Dorothy H ........ 179 Smith, Edward L. ........ 182 Smith, George K. ........ 152 Smith, Paul R. ...... .... 1 69 Smith, Oliver J. .......... 175 Smith, Sherman M. ...... 165 173 178 170 .......171 159 Smithers, Otis S. ........ . Snooke, Mildred D. ...... . Spann, Hazel ...... .... O Squires, Charles D ...... Stafford, Frieda Stearns, Earle .. . . . . . A . Steinle, Kathryn Stevenson, Chester A.. . . . Stokes, Grace E.. . . .... . Stone, Clara ......... Stone, Darlene Stratton, Ruth G. ...... . Streeter, May .......... Sutcliffe, Walter D ...... Swetland, Herbert M .... Taylor, Bernice E. ..... . Taylor, Florence M. .... . Taylor, Leon J .......... Ten Eyck, Janette Terzian, H. G. ........ . Thalman, Lois H ........ Thomas, R. Lewis ....... Thomas, Robert F. ..... . Thompson, Roy E ....... Thompson, VValter P .... Thorp, Ethel ........... Thurston, George B ..... Tiffany, Raymond E ..... Titus, Edith ............ Treat, Barbara H. ..... . Treichler, Florence L .... Tucker, Earl VV ......... Tucker, Raymond M ..... VanDuser, George R.. . .. VanEsseltine, Glen P .... Vaughn, Samuel G. ..... . VerNooy, Mary ........ VerNooy, Stanley D. .... . Wadsworth, Clair VV .... YVait, Herbert E ........ XVard, George F ........ VVebher, Aleyne C ...... Weed, Frances E ........ Weimert, LeRoy M ...... White, Elizabeth F. M.. White, Ruth M ......... VVilcox, Claude V ....... Wilkins, R. Glenn ..... YVilliams, Wayland YV.. WVilliams, Walter R ..... Winchell, Ethel C ....... NVinshurst, H. E. C ...... Witzel, A. Edward ...... Wolfe, Grace .......... VVood, Amanda .. Wood, Flora M .... VVooster, Anna E ....... Worthing, Harry J ...... Wright, Ethel .......... Yule, Janet J ........... P. ...... . PAGE .183 .167 .175 .170 .176 .172 .170 .182 .160 .176 .17-1 .181 .176 .157 .162 .151 .152 .156 .168 .152 .180 .158 .181 .181 .162 .16-If .150 .180 .155 .161 .158 .171 .174- .169 .154 .159 .161 .160 .155 .177 .177 .174- .161 .167 .180 .170 .166 .162 .178 .175 .162 .169 .164- .180 .156 .152 .161 nc Hundred Forty-nine Mary Mcrrimn Hurry A. Mason l!m'h:u'zL 'l'1'c:1t George libcrlcin, llnrnlrl L. SL-ymuur Louise S. Crane THE RAH-RAH KIDS ' Marguerite C. Cook Janette C. Ten liyck William W. Fxlirclmilrl Howard M. Phelps nc Hundred Fifty Miriam llicfcndorl' Raymond V. Miller Florence li. Knight Chrisloplmcrff. Mulmn l"r:mv.:is S. llcnnctt WY? Edith F. Munson THEM VVERE THE HAPPY DAYS Roy W. Grgwg-r George J. Chapman Robert J. Hngmnzm Cedric IC. Filkins One Hundred Fifty-one Ox George F. Lcc Inn Grohe Ethel Wright Clara Andrews Robert F. 'lil10lT1ilS George K. Smith "s'rnvn" 'mmzs AN Ammo Florence Seddon llelcn Goodwin Mary Hurt H. G. Tcrzirm 1C llunmlrcrl Fifty-two Q X lm jnlm ll, Crimmins lfnrl ll. Fellows A. WVyliu K4-Ilcy George IC. Sulmmgmn t i lfrlnn llmimc JIIIIICS 'l'. llzmvs HMERVH SPOILS THE SCENIERY Ruth Von' IC. Morrison Samuel Szllpclcr Elfllllil M. Sclmuln lfmlwin F. P:1pxvm'lh One Hundred Fifty-thrcg livelyn llmfllnecr Nntlmn A. Simon Curl ll. Glismnn I. Emmet Regan Grace A. Pottcigcr Hlflljllllllll Rowe GRACEFULLY DONE li. Fern Mzmicr Stanley D. VcrNooy joseph M, Lnnignn Ethcl Gillette ne Hundred Fifty-four k Gem-vicvc GiITm'wl lfzlrl WV. 'Pucker lforacc A, Ilrnggins Jmncs R, Rcim Jxfllllll' j. Mclouglmlin V THE SNOW SHOE CLUB STRIKES A SNAG Sum li. Munson Willimn Fislmcr .Xluync Webber Ruth AIC!-4!lCllIJll1 TT:u'1'y F. Maxon OncU11n4ll'c1I Fifty Hurry J. NVurthing' Edith G. l'opc 'I'llcru-su. li. llcizlcckc i':iiZJlill'lil liilcnhcx Scymmu' C, Schwarz llzlzcl Colm ON THE STRING 1 ' 'rl 1 William 'l'. lic:-:sunt Leu S. Ircslon Rngcr C. Graves Lol:-z Il. 1:lm:1n ic llunrlrcil Fifty-six Flrmrcllcc Tnylum' Alice Ilurd Ruth f:01'll0l1 Alicu Smith Henry TTCf1fCl'I'lIlll Ruhnma Denton I "EvERYnoDY's DOIN IT" Rae M, Philo H. Clifford FIIIITICI' Ralph L. Nuwing Vinccntc Delgado One Hunrlrcrl Fifty-sev U1 Ralph S. Dnublellny George R. Van Duser NVznller l'. Tlmmsun Mzlrirm Mor:-ac SIM-ol Yi Li Lluyml If. Allen "MA'l'lI.DA,' Marian Allen T.. -lolm Lrmg Esther M, Hill liflwin R. Cmmcy 1c ll unflrc-fl Fifty-eight Ilnrnlrl IJ. C:u'pL-nlcr George Xl. Unks l"rc1l l,. Ncwlmr! Joseph ll. Fulcy l':ll1l1lCl ,l. fimmrlzxlc IJ "DOC UP A STUMI' .Xgllcs Huck mlwrml NV. Skinner Rigo H. Mullin Clair XV. XVzulswm'il1 AI1ll'f.fllL'l'itC M, Lux me Hundred Fifty-ni 2 Ruth G. Stration J. Hurry Rich Percy L. Ilcnwny Mary Il. Rowe LeRoy Ryan Irunc F. Sherwood "'rxFF" rmnn AT WORK Elvyn V. Sanford Ralph A, Sherwood George F. Ward Chester A. Beckley nc Hundrefl Sixty II crhcrl lil Wait Donald IC. Clmppcll Raymond M. Tucker Henry E, Milford Ruth D. ITold1'ccIgc Ruth M. Whiic "nova Am," Hclcn Mac Venn Mcrvin V. .:'Xrn0IzI Jzmct Yule ,lfrczl T.. Vcncock One Hundred Sixty-o Lillian Commughly Eliznlvetll Bennett Raymond E. 'FifTm1y Alice Abel 'Roy E. Mosher Cecilia Mcfiiniy A REAL JUNIOR "S'I'UN'I"" V Ethel Winchell Harry A. Pattyson Leon I. Taylor Grace Wolfe ne lTun1lrerlSixty-two Helen Phelps ff. Jerome Parsons lflorn Shcpnrrl lllirinm Brown Clara Corbett Silas T.. Munson DOMESTIC SCIENCE IV Emily M' Scum-1 Edith Ford llcrbcrt Mackmcr Fred O. Chauncey Ol1Cllll!!dl'4Bfl Sixty-tl1r Flora M. Wood Mary A. Gzlrflncr Clarence G. Axtmmm Edith Titus l"rcdcrick ll. Morley Elgin IC. llclmstcttcr MUTT AND JEFF Marin Acliilli Alfred D. Simpson Florence Shaw Steven C. Iluestis ne Hundred Sixty-four Mm-y 11, Luge G. Vzmglm Slwclil SiIC1'H1!11l M. Smith Marion R. llrzilvur Loretta NcC:u'1hy Clvincnis VV. Ulofigctf wHo's IN 'rim BACK SEAT, GEORGE P 'l'i'um:m S. Caldwell Polly R. Clarke Emily li. Hess P. Augiistiw Hopkins i One Hundred Sixty-G Carolyn Merriman James G. Crawford Howard W. Flack Hazel Pcck Kate Mcrithcw Percy W. Mellor If JJ Laura E. Jones Wnltcr R. Williams Frances Parker Harry N. Bixby nc Hundred Sixty-six , Frlclln Slnflorfl Artlml' C. Brctllc llnrolml K. Ellis llclcn A. Slll'TllIllC1' John E, Tinilly, jr. V Filllllfll Perkins VVHERE IS THE BETTER HALF, STEVE P Claude V. Wilcox Florence Lmnb l.:1urn L. Pzulrlock Mary E, Guiney One Hundred Sixty-sev Leland W. Kcslcr Ty W. I'. Lo Milton IJ. Rnyimr Charles M. Merritt liliznlxctlx Sands llcrllm Abcnrlrotll DoN"r PUT YOUR Foo'r IN 11' R. Lewis Thomas Frances M. Anderson Frank J. McCarthy E. Victoria Morccroft nc Ilunrlrcd Sixty-eight TTL-len M. Brown W. Gerard McKee James S. Ayling lilhul M. Dnmms W. Alexander Munro Maury VcrNooy PHI BETA KAPPA P Amanda Wood Wesley T. Logan Glcndorn Knrschncr Paul R. Smith One Hundred Sixty-ni Clara Stone Evelyn Bishop Colin Kcnnczly Ruth Dennis v Wayl:1i1cl W. Williams Kathryn Sieinle THE SKI PILOT Hazel Sprmn Robin A. Eshenour Francis C. Owens Gustavo E. Archilla One Hundred Seventy M. Louise Durbin Glenn P. Vnnliscltinc Gertrude Skcrritt Ruth L. Dczzvor 5 Carrie ll. llillcr Y llelcn M. Condon A MISS IS AS GOOD AS HER SMILE Frank L. Jennings Laila A, Cosion Elizabeth Bassett M. June Ihuchzmnn One Hundred Seventy-one Emmet IC. Mcflommlrl l"r:mL:cs II. Ilzlkcr NV. C, Clmmlmcrlsxin Anna Iiciis f 'I i 2 I A' Marjorie E. Hunks ,lzmct Gorxlon U DON U Clarence W. Giles Elsie M. Farnham Willis D. Ormsbce Grace E. Stokes One Hundred Seventy-two Viola C. Newberry Lillian A. Mack Aimee M. Peters Otis S. Sniiihcrs Anne IC. Rm- VVilli:1n1 VV. Nall THE MAN FROM NORVVOOD Robert l'. Mcllnwcll Eugenie Cameron Ruth A. Pzlrlinmn Michael T.. Ryan One Hundred Seventy-thx' D Q t lilT Iilizul1ctl1 F. White Alice Knapp Samuel G. Vaughn Walter . . .u c c J. Harmcr Rilc, Ir. ' lmroxny immc BELLE OF THE GARDEN Eugene I-T. Coon Mary Bailey Marguerite Conz H. ne Hundred Seventy-fo Miller Mitchell Panlinc Fzlircllild C. Reuse llrnlcy Earle Stearns Kathryn lispcnscn Sara G. Gurcvitcli W nw' Willimn J. Aslifortll MEDIC CO'EDS Fannie Ficloc Oliver J. Smith Ruth Leslie A. Edward Witzcl One Hundred Seventy- ll. Arlclhert Marsh Marjorie li. Campbell Daniel fl. Jones Rachel ll. Leland Myron llnlcom Y mr YY Anna Lilacrman ll ll Bernice E. Taylor Chester A. Stevenson Rudolph W, Propst May Strccter ne Hundred Seventy-six Lclioy M, Wcimcrt llclcn lf. lllnrlin Rilln l':11'sons Purl S. Tlnml Irma Gallup Allucrt C. llcrmlt BROTHERS ALL Z Ruth W. Fisher llzlrolfl C. Mucllcml lfloyrl A. l':u'sous l:I'II.l'lCL'S Wccd, One Il unwlrcrl Seventy-seven Grover R. James Helen Neal Fannie liutterflclcl Leo M. llrimmcr l Elizalmetll F. Kelleher Usborne ll. Graves NEVER AGAIN, "HI" H. E. C. Winslmrst Milclrcd D. Snookc Alfred F. l-lcwitt J'CZl.lll'lCl.fC Paul mc Hundred Seventy-eight Edna llntiicld Jean Muir Mnrjoric Unlc Royal F. Scngstnckcn Ge1't1'udc Nichols ',42'1 " I Dorotlly TT. Smith JUST "mm," Vivian George M:u'j'oric Banks' Margaret Shcr1':u'rI Elizabeth Snycr One Hundred Seventy-nunc ' r , W , I ,, Ilzmnuh lluilcy l"lorencc 'l'rcicl1lcr Clara Roeper Anna li. Wousicx Carl Sager lirncsl IT. l'c:ul ANNE'r'rE K. HJ IN THE GYM TANK Orrin VV. Sanderson Roy IC. Thompson Rollo TJ. Ilnrkcr R. Glenn Wilkins nc llnnrlrerl Eighty llcrbcrt M. Swctlznul Allison F. lilrcrlc George ll. Tl1l1l'SllJl1 l'liilip Carling 1 qo- lftlicl 'l'lmr1mc Rnymnmi I. llnshfnrxl CUTE FRED MC L1 Louis C. Simpson lizmrlc L. Furmzm Mxlrccllzl Foslmimlcr Florence Ruos One llundreil Eighty-0 I. l':1ll'l l:l'CSl11Tllll'I Ifowzml S, Miller Cllarlcs ll. Davey liflwilrfl J. Smith Nlnnucl IL Nnvns llflrlcnc l'. Stone U " sump Willoughlvy C. Pcmlill DeWitt BroLlgh:1m lithcl H. Allerton Elizabeth Schaupp ncH11l1clrcrlEigl1ty-two ml D. Mul'.n11gl1Tin Edxvzml I. A, Rook Hazel l'nlmc1' Gwxcc Nunn- Charlce-a D. Squires Greta Rapp I,VE GOT THE LAUGH ON YOU ONE PAIR QUEEN AND A JACK FOUR OF A KIND " Bill " and " Mack " Guess VVho T. N. E- S One II,lI11ll!'Cll Eighty-three AFTER 'mn "ORANGE" RUSH s mpyon XX X Xl Lqvvlnz V. 4' S ix 5 A X SQ io 'X ,Nl ' Z fx V' T me ' i E . ' H' f I GI, XM Nlillllllx ! A Q Sophomore igbtmare Only a Sophomore! Here I am hanging midway between the Heaven of upper- classmanship and the H-- of being a Freshman. The heat of the lower world is blistering my feet, While the coolness of the clouds have turned the drops of perspiration on my brow to icicles. I am a man without a country. I am on the fence. I am no longer novel, yet I am too inexperienced to be thoroughly sophisticated. Nobody laughs at me now, neither do they listen to my voice. I am neither green nor Wise. I am still too green to be wise and too wise to be green. Yet I am not a fool for l know that I know enough to eventually know something. Yet so far my dippings in the Pierian spring have dried on my fingers before I could swallow them. I am like the fat man who sees the hole in the fence before him and the oncoming bull behind him. I see safety beyond the hole in the field of wisdom and knowledge. My obesity of ignorance still prevents my successful passage, While the faculty bull is constantly jarring me with his horny onslaught. I feel that if once I can find refuge beyond this accursed fence, I shall discover the most inconceivable pleasures of the intellect to he gleaned from tireless browsings in those pansied, daisied and dan- delioned meadows of learning. Not only does this ultimate satisfaction in cerebral achievement spur me to my utmost endeavors along the lines of fat reduction, but my ambition is further fired by the dream of a certain amount of professional recognition. To attain to a lofty niche in the world of letters, and thus to place myself eternally beyond the reach of the charges of this infuriated beast, is my one and my only worthy aim. Other aims I have, and other rewards, which I seek, among them, glory in the realm of athletics, and a stellar habitat in the heavens of society. However, as such glories can at their best be but transient and afford no protection from the jabbings of this relentless monster, I am inclined to rank their importance as secondary. To be rated as a Sophomore is to be rated as a jelly-fish, a wet sponge, a lock! without MOVING-UP DAY FLOAT One Hundred Eighty-six rn , ' BOXING AFTER THE SALT RUSH a key, a fire without a flame, a ship without a rudder, a kite without a tail, a fish without a fin. I am void, null, empty, vacant, abstract. I am neither here nor there. I am almost, but not quite. I am all but. Anal worse fate than all the rest combined, the Heavens together with the Earth have united in their efforts to keep me in this state of corpulent helplessness. The glory of my successful passage will be my own, ancl if I fail, the only satisfaction I shall sip for my pains, will be a sad pessimistic heart freezing, "I told you soln What shall I do? I know enough to think that I know something. The Fresh- men fear me, believing I am wise. The Upperclassmen sneer at me. believing I ami foolish. I am the wise fool. I am a transition, a mere passing dream, ephemeral, evanescent and substanceless. I am nothing! VVoe is mel qv ' ' 'gif ? ,. i nit Riu 53111 35 ' l fra? One Hundred Eighty-seven v-IS., MOVING-UI' DAY CHARACTERS nz ES AN Z' ii I S. E5 W' A1515 x, , - "N , 'X y ffy-if? f 1 ' I A, u 7- ,r"'fV 1 V V ,Eggs , . W-i xx .. - Q n -P , ,. x . nm. I .x Nui . ,.... .Zjlll1,f1, " ' 1 fi' , 7 E The etamnrpbnsis of a freshman There once lived a farmer boy in the land of cows and pig stys and Chickens. This boy had a father who was untaught, a mother who was a goddess of love, and a brother who was a College man. This farmer boy being spurred on by his brother, wept over by his mother and laughed at by his father, decided to go to college. So he Went. At college, the faculty and student body having lifted him to their respective nostrils and sniffed him, immediately saw fit to call him "Freshman," because in sniffing of him they.had caught the slight scent of the pure air and the rolling hills and the broad fields, which scent still clung to his ill-hung garments, and, being folks of the city, where the breadth, depth and joy of the hills never penetrates, they were very foolishly amused at this innocent child. They said among themselves, "Let us make of this child a man who shall have eaten of the fruit of the tree of life. Let us fashion him after ourselves. Let us send him to the shop of the tailor in order that therein he may learn the righteous method of turning the bottoms of his trousers into the air." And the boy Went forth from the hands of the mighty men who had thus identified him, and entered into the shop of the tailor and there learned the width of the reef, which concluded the -trouser legs of the men of his newly-found land. He also learned to fill his untainted lungs with smoke from the kindled Weed, and to look upon the Wine when it was red Without a discernible blink. He ate and ate VVRES'I'l.lNG MATCHES AFTER TUE SALT RUSH One Hundred Ninety plentifully of the fruit of the tree of knowledge. He learned and broadened and drank of all things, and so he passed the days of his greenness. As the warm sun of spring came down upon his limbs, and the mirages of the Sophomore year shone more and more hopefully into his wistful eyes, conclusion upon conclusion began to pour into his hitherto empty skull. He learned that the hay and the clover were not the only incubative sources of genius. He learned that brains were to be emulated, brawn to be admired, good-lookers to be smiled at, snobs to be sniffed at, know-alls to be laughed at, and rough necks to be pitied. He learned that the novelty of woman vanishes when she becomes omnipresent. As the year came to a close he came to the decision that, after all, knowledge is little and man is a terrific force. And valiantly he approached his instructors who had so curiously sniffed of him upon his arrival, and he said unto them, "Behold the vastness of my knowledge." And seeing, they beheld, and beholding they smiled. And they spoke among them- selves saying, "Lol Is this our work?" .ir R gg.: 4 l 'Q ?-12 l' , :gli t umm -- C One Hundred Ninety-one ., r',,.f. FRATERNITY HOMES AT SYRACUSE D51-1FV",'wH fi . , ' ' ' P PH-I IYAPIQARGI , ' ' , f' 'x?, - ' ' 3 ' ' , . . 7 , W K 5 5 i i.l,1q1f'.l 1, , Ji 1- I, 'Il F514 -1 , ' ' '.',L4 1-' X5 j ,. . c, L., ,-., '44 A W A A - - .. A , .g A, - j, ki. , X. . Z1 : . QQ 'LJLIH' keine' -3 ' "Af , 115 fb S ' .1 , I ' m V - , 1 5 , -I , gg. 3 VV fp: ' -' rx A - ll 1 - 2 -fi, 1 ff.. ' gf ' ' ' - "Ti ' . 'a ,. 1, - 121. - ',N,,5:ipi5Y. ini mllil A -,E '32 , X 54 ,, 4 1- - --., 'WI fx- - f 't ff A A ' ' 1- - " Av ' w V ., - -- V-7 5 W MN- " I ' 7 Y .frfir ' 'Q 4 . ' I f ' "' ' ' - ' "' Q 'HAPFA .Slclm " FRATERNXTY HOMES AT SYRACUSE 'si X SDRORITY IIOMIZS AT SYRACUSIZ L 1 w ,I Q . OUR NEW FRATERNITY HOUSES :Fraternities in 2DrDer of Establishment at Qpraruse University Delta Kappa Epsilon ..... Delta Upsilon . Zeta Psi . Psi Upsilon . Phi Kappa Psi . Phi Delta Theta . Beta Theta Pi . . Nu Sigma Nu-Medical . DdurChP-Law . Phi Delta Phi-Law . . Alpha Kappa Kappa-Medical . Phi Gamma Delta . Phi Mu Alpha . Shpna Chi . . Zeta Rho .... Tau Delta Sigma-Engineering . fXh 1a Cniillho . . . Suyna Piu . . Sigma Phi Epsilon Kappa Sigma . Sigma Alpha Epsilon . Phi Beta Pi-Mecliczil . Gamma Eta Gamma-Law . Theta Alpha . . Delta Tau Delta lkcachi . . Zeta Beta Tau . One Hundred Ninety-si 1871 1873 1875 1875 1884 1887 1889 1896 1898 1899 1899 1901 1904 1904 1904 1905 1905 1906 1906 1906 1907 1907 1907 1909 1910 1911 1911 xi' I ll , xx K ' : I4 X 7' , ' xx " fp I lg' 5 N .nm-'H fb-'. 'f s5f' ' '- as ,J 1 fl-K J' mx U' 'X . W 1 7 rf JM 'l -mum 'vrzm fum, ff' ii-as ' .4 """""' - x fu " A MOV uf T ov 1 ZlBelta kappa QEp5iIun Foumlerl at Yale U11i'ver.tity 1844 lLDiJi mkllllllltl Qlbupter estnhlisbeu 1871 IKDII nf Qibnptttvi Adelbert College Amherst College Bowdoin University 'Brown University Central University of Kentucky Colby University Colgate University College of the City of New York Columbia University Cornell University Dartmouth College DePauw University Hamilton College Kenyon College Lafayette College Leland Stanford, University Nlassachusetts Institute of Technology McGill University Miami University Nlicldlehury College Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute Yale University Rutgers College Syracuse University Toronto University Trinity College Tulane University University University University University University University University University University University University University Al ahama California Chicago lllinois lwichigan Minn eso ta lldississippi North Carolina Pennsylvania Rochester Virginia VVashington Vanderbilt University VVesleyan University Williams College Wiscoiisiii University One Hundrcfl Ninety-s CVCII Delta ittappa Epsilon jflfdftlf ill Ullllflillfgffilfl Cooper, Ransom, Jr. Draper, Gideon Haven Eastmead, Douglas Holley Jennings, William Henry, Jr Braggins, Horace Augustus Chappell, Donald Edward Doubleday, Ralph Stafford Marvin, Kenneth Tackabury Van Duser, Averill, Lloyd Bernard Baringer, Henry J., Jr. Chamberlain, Arthur V. D. Folz, Arthur Frederick Collins, Wentworth B. France, Robert Clifford Joy, Harold Henry 1912 1913 Jillson, Willard Rouse, Jr. Myers, Frank Bingham Waterman, Frederick Collins Wilson, William Dexter Milford, Henry Edward Ormsbee, Willis Durston Skinner, Edward Woodbury Smith, George Kellog George Rhodes 1914 1915 Gowing, Daniel Henry, Jr. Palmer, Dean Prime, Raymond Case Vroman, Amos Jackson Kompff, Walter J. McBain, Oscar Holmes Phelps, James Fenton Smith, Lyman S. 0 Il ndred Ninety-eight , H " " ,Q .. wvm ' will ' 4' f Q W Fggiiw Ammon f f U 1 I . ,L,.,.! ,Q ,-, +L? A L'., "HN 4, ' -H7"' ,537-ji . 'qw - . ' 'I-25: - .'4 -.-. '-"' Q ll " U-.?25"f:V f B ,n:.rfLE-4?HQ.1,'5w'Wm,'1x .S -Q X- , iv K 4""" f 'H xl-i f l Reita Tllflpsilun y I I ,Founzzlrzl at Willilllllf College 183.1 Spmruse Qlbuptcr estahlisbeu 1873 Amherst College Bowdoin College Brown University Cornell University Colby College Colgate University Columbia University DePauw University Harvard University Hamilton College V Lehigh University Lafayette College Leland Stanford, Jr. Marietta College lVlassaChusetts lnstitute of Technology lVIeGill University Middlebury College! i Michigan University lVliami University New- York University Roll nt cIIJbaptzv5 Northwestern University Ohio State University Pennsylvania State College Rutgers College Rochester University Swarthmore College Syracuse University Tufts College University 'Pennsylvania University California University Chicago University lllinois University University Toronto University lVlin nesota University Nebraska ' University Washington 'Union College - VVestern Reserve University Wisconsin University WVillian1s College One Hundred Ninety-n Hu ZDe IIE! 5111511011 jfvatrzg in Ul1l'lfb2lJ5ifElf2 Hinsdale, Ira A. Boggs, Thomas Edgar Cooney, Frank Vincent Maynard, Clarence Francis Arnold, Mervin Vinton Cooney, Edwin Robert Newhart, Fred Lincoln Tucker, Cooper, Stuart Merrifield Felter, Lovertus Stanley Kinne, Paul Payne Kinney, James Lester GRADUATES Parsons, James J. 1912 Schmieding, Walter Frederick Smith, Henry Buel Waldron, Harold Roy 1913 Newing, Ralph Lucas Sengstacken, Royal Francis Smith, Herbert Fowler Raymond Murdock 1914 Kitchen, Bernard Lee Lewis, Morgan Hubbard Mitchell, William Francis Peck, Albert Becker Straub, Merrill Cedric Brown, Donald Whiting Carlton, Charles Wesley Codling, William Bingclen Congdon, Wray Hollowell ndred 1915 Paddock, Ralph Cornwell Seeley, Wirt Dickerson Utrich, Albert Martinus Wheeler, Bradley Longwell 'if XL. J. Y if 4 na Nm rv Am J If ' '1' i' f f l M ill J ' yt Zeta 3551 ,H 1 llllf to C - - C s ll 'S Foumlezl at New York University 1847 Qbamma Qlbapter estahlisben 1875 iliull of Qtbaptztfi New York University Williams College Rutgers College University of Pennsylvania Colby College Brown University Tufts College Lafayette College University of North Carolina University of Michigan Bowdoin College University of Virginia Cornell University University of California Syracuse University University of Toronto Columbia University McGill University Case School of Applied Science Yale University Stanford University University of lVIinnesota University of Illinois University of Wisconsin Two Hundred O 5eta 1575i jfnatres in Zllnihztsttatz Cox, Cummings M. Hausman, Samuel W. , Richardson, Lee 1912 Parrish, Charles E. Richardson, Harry H L. 1913 Bailly, John E., Jr. Price, Charles V. Brewer, Robert K. Thurston, George B. Harvey, William G., Jr. Tiffany, Raymond E. 1914 Baker, Eugene C. Koetteritz, Fred O. Hardell, Arlington T. North, Edison K. Hartman, Paul H. Rutan, F. Guy Tiffany, Arthur A. ' 1915 Allport, Roselle B. Kinsey, H. Merritt Childs, Albert Miller, George E. Cottrell, Edward J Dewitt, Clinton C. Garrison, Roy F. 1 0111 d ed Two . Nichols, Stephen Stephens, Reed Turnball, Howard Worden, Vivian M... ...,. ..... ..., -'mm I Awmnnlj MILA mul H- - l 355i Qlipgilun I'l0lIl1ll1'l1 nl Union Colleyr' 1833 wi Qlibupter estnhlisbeu 1875 Amherst College Bowdoin College Brown University Columbia University Cornell University Dartmouth College Hamilton College Kenyon College Lehigh University New York University Syracuse University llinll of Cllibaptetfi Trinity College Union College University University University University University University University University VVesleyan Yale U nive1'sity of of of of of of of of Un Chicago lllinois Nlinnesota Rochester California Micliigaii Pennsylvania WiSCOI1Sll1 i versity Two llnnl lll LEM Ziipsilnn jftittti in Ulllliflttffiitaft 1912 Barnard, Dana Wallace Bostick, Maner Hart Coltcr, John Rutledge Ingraham, Edgar Blakely Jones, Ralph Maitland Keefer, Karl Miller Bessant, William Ted Fulmer, Herbert Clifford Gregg, Mahlon Hill McDowell, Robert Pitkin 1913 Kurtz, Howard 'William Miller, Eldon Davidson O'Day, Arthur Brainard Preston, Truman Holley Rogers, Malcolm Jennings Schoepflin, Paul Holzwarth Murray, H. Loomis Phelps, Howard Mattoon Pulford, Frank Dickinson Tucker, Earl William Wadsworth, Clair Wilson 1914 1 Braman, George Harold Putnam, Donald Wightman Hilfinger, lylartin Foster Summerville, Allen Henry Wusthof, William 1915 Barnum, Dwight Searl Eaton, Seymour, Jr. Fonda, George Arthur Fulmer, Leonard Scott Hitchcock, Thomas Eugene o H ndred Four Purdy, Ellwood Dayton Porter, Harold Green Keefer, William Dean Thorpe, Raymond George Wright, Edward Goodwin s'f4 'i f Ss :,,?'3j, a J A ' , " ' -'g:.' . N31-"' "Wg-1 1 Qv mW My N . 1 AY YMJMQA4. , .S Q Q- ' " 'r I glial f X Rl ight kappa 355i ' Ifozzrzrlwl at W1J.vl1i71gtor1 and .feferxon College 1852 mem pork Beta Qllbapter estahlisben 1884 Amherst College Allegheny College Rall ut cmbaptzrsi Brooklyn Polytechnic Institute Bucknell University Beloit College Brown University Case School of Applied Science Colgate University Columbia University Cornell University Dartmouth College Dickinson College DePauw University Franklin and lVIarsh Gettysburg College all College Johns Hopkins University Lafayette College Leland Stanford, Jr. University Northwestern University Ohio Wesleyan University Purdue University Swarthmore College Syracuse University University of University of University of University of University of University of University of University of University of University of University of University of University of University of University of University of University of Chicago California Indiana Illinois Iowa Kansas Michigan Min nesota lVIississippi Missouri Nebraska Ohio Pennsylvania Texas Virginia West Virginia Wisconsin Vanderbilt University Washington and Jefferson College Washington and Lee University Wittenberg College Two Hundred Five 1Dbi isappa lilsi jfvattw in Ulinihzrfiitatz 1912 Brown, Renwick M. Jacobson, Gerald N. Davis, William S. Montgomery, J. Arthnr Gilmore, Harry L.. Norton, Karl B. Street, Lockwood N. 1913 Beckley, Chester A. MacBean, Harold C. Crawford, James G. Giles, Clarence W. Kesler, Leland W. Carothers,,J. Edgar Carter, William S. Haughey, James P. 1914 Probst, Rudolph W. Sheldon, Howard G. Sykes, Roy Orrin Louther, Alexander Pond, Robert A. Price, J. Reese Street, Wal ter W. Aldrige, Albert H. Bates, Carlton G. Farber, William Gerlach, Herbert C. Hitchcock, Edward 1 H lrcd Six 1915 Kempton, Earl Larson, Thomas M. Mcndell, Carl T. Pearce, Wilbur E. Smith, Howard H. H. - A . Ja Adv. Navi xx YK I X '.x - V, X v u ' V 'Wt . , 3 , YIuMw' . . Q ,M 1 , ? ' , H2 w -f - '2 ' f M if :Q Qu , X FSI! if ,gs xl 'VQXQX 1 if In , X Q X' x 5 o I -1 X- .. ik-.. In-w.,.v ,---.V W Ummm. f..vm..v IAWIHZNY FHIIA EBI! , , , . J L , fl f, 5 fi l V l l bi Belts: Zllheta g l li ll i ' 6 --- 5: i S l'l0lIllI1lfIl nt fllianli University 1848 mem pork Qiipsilnn Qlbrlpter estuhlisbeu 1887 Allegheny College Amherst College Brown University Columbia Unive1'sity Colby College Cornell University Dartmouth University Dickinson College Gettysburgh College Randolph-lVIacon College University of North Carol Central University Kentucky State University Case School of Applied Science lVIiami University Ohio State University Butler University DePauw University Franklin College Iowa Wesleyan University Knox College Lombard College Northwestern University University of Chicago University of Illinois University of Iowa University of Kansas Bull nt cnibaptzw Lehigh University McGill University Lafayette College Pennsylvania State College Syracuse University University of University of Union College Washington and Jefferson College Williams Colle YC E ina Toronto .Pennsylvania University of Virginia Washington and Lee University the South University of Vanderbilt Unive1'sity Ohio Wesleyan University University of Cincinnati University of Nlichigan Hanover College Indiana University 'Purdue University Wabash College University University University University University University of of of of of of Nlinnesota lVIissouri Nebraska Wisconsin South Dakota Colorado Washburn College Washington University Westminster College 'F xv o TT u n d red Sev T Hundred Phi Delta fltbeta IMI! nt cuibaptzra--Qtnntinuzh Alabama Polytechnic Institute Mercer University Emory College University of Alabama Georgia School of Technology University of Georgia Southwestern University University of Missiissippi Tulane University University of Texas Leland Stanford, Jr. University University of California University of Idaho University of Washington jfflltllfg in mlllhitgitaff 1912 Allen, VVilliam A. Dexter, Burr Tiffany Bryant, Walter H. Hier, Frederick Philip, Jr. Byrnes, Robert H. Jones, T. Raymond Crowell, Edwin Philip Mitcliell, Harold H. Curtiss, Carlton C. Low, John Vincent Walsh, David Richard 1913 Allen, Lloyd Frederick Healey, William Vincent Crosby, Paul Tracy Huestis, Stephen Cornell Darby, Samuel Edgar, Jr. Lyon, John Vincent Fisher, James Alfred Parsons, Floyd Allen Schumann, George Edwin 1914 Place, Edward Z. Plough, Kenneth Atchinson Scott, Graydon Williams Taylor, Garriclc Mallery Throckmorton, Leroy Sutl Clingen, Harold Chester Crowell, William Harold Grimes, William Henry Kanka, Robert Joseph Merrill, Albert Bacon 1915 Kingslcys, Grover G. Lewis, Glendon R. Ludington, George S. Priory, Frank D. Saks, Stuart J. Williams, James E. Colman, Raymond J. Galligher, Irving W. Gorke, Karl S. Hier, Robert K. Kathan, George Eight ierland ax ffyv wlf :J .w ,W L. ..- .L ..'- - ,ik .,,. lm-M-A-1-maid-4lm , .,., - i e i :Q ' l at-ll 11 Beta illibeta ilBi l Folmflezl nf Millllli Uni'2'er.vily 1839 'Beta QE1JsiIun estahlisben 1889 llinll uf Glibaptew Amherst College Bethany College Bowdoin College Beloit College Boston University Brown University Case School of Applied Science Central University Cornell University Colgate University Columbia University Colorado School of Milies Davidson College Denver University Dickinson University Dennison College Dartmouth College DePauw University Hanover College Hampden-Sidney College lowa State College Iowa Wesleyan University Johns Hopkins University Kenyon College Knox College Leland Stanford, University Lehigh University Nliami University Northwestern University Ohio University Ohio Vvesleyan University Ohio State University Pennsylvania State College Purdue University Rutgers College Stevens Institute Syracuse University Saint Lawrence University Toronto University Tulane University University of University of University of University of University of University of California Oklahoma Oregon 'Pennsylvania Texas West Virginia Two Hundred Ni Beta Qtbeta LEM nt 612811335-GUIITIIIIIZU ilinll University of Chicago University of Cincinnati University of Colorado University of Illinois University of Indiana University of Iowa University of Kansas University of Maine University of Nlichigan University of Minnesota University of Missouri University of Nebraska University of North Carolina Yale U University of Wisconsin University of Virginia Union University Vanderbilt University 1 Washington University Washington State University Westminster College Wittenberg College Wabash College Washington and Jefferson Wesleyan University Western Reserve University Wooster College niversity JFDHIUBE ill Ullllllllkfgffilfi College Clark, Azzel, Jr. Ebeling, George Louis Filkins, Cedric Eugene Fox, Fred Fulton Frank, William H., Jr. Grimm, Amos Jacob Sweet, Chapman, George John Graves, Roger Colgate Fisher, Scott Romain Loomis, Leigh Irving Maxon, Harry Farnham Carey, Arthur L. Coakley, Albert J. Hawley, Lawrence Justin W Brooks, E. Hawley Farnham, John H. Harring, Rubin E. 1912 William 1913 1914 Helms, Paul Hoy Keating, Daniel James Leicht, Elmer Locke, William Hobart Robertson, Miles Edgar - Stone, Horace Morton - Howell Reid, James Roger I Riehl, Albert Henry Sanderson, Orrin William Simmons, Harry Martin Walter, Frederick Earl Kecsler, Clyde C. Notman, VValter John Ricmer, Claud Lindsey illiams, Roger 1915 Norris, Harold S. Palmer, Sidney Rooney, Roderick Kendall Stanbro, Gregory Everitt Two Hundred Ten ! 1 1 A I Q2 ...-- Y -"" 1 , li' l-L V X S . L ,N V1 u r Sli 31211 Sigma 3311 , NL E' , -'--'P' "' - 'ii' A 'ge M EDICAL FRATERNITY A Famulezl at Uzzifversity of Illiflligllll 1882 Gyn Qlbnpter estuhlisbeu 1896 13.011 nt CEB upttw University of Michigan Detroit College of Medicilie Westerii University of Pennsylvania University of Nlinnesota Northwestern University University of Illinois University of Cincinnati Columbia University Chicago University CRushj University of Pennsylvania Syracuse University University of Southern California Washington University Jefferson lVIedical College Cornell University Cooper Meclical College University of California University of Toronto University of Virginia University of lVlaryland Johns Hopkins Medical School University of Buffalo Union College fAlbanyD University of lowa Yale University University of Nebraska New York University CBellevuej New York Alumni Association VVestern Reserve University Tulane University University of Indiana University of Kansas 'l'wo Hundred Eleve O mu Sigma mu JFIZMEBE ill Ullnibttmfilft Benton, Frederick Grey Boudreau, Eugene Napoleon Drumm, Lawrence Floyd Blodgett, Clements Winfield Brewer, Robert Kemp Filkins, Cedric E. Jennings, Frank Lamont Doust, Brewster C. Mitcliell, Harold H. Williams, William H. Curtiss, Carlton C. Crosby, Paul T. Dumm, Walter J. Fisher, James A. Hundred Twelve 1912 Mahoney, Williarn Jay Sisson, Lawrence Burton Stein, Arthur Henry 1913 Pendill, Willoughby Carr Schwarz, Seymour Crandall Wetherell, Frederick Stephen Worthing, Harry Jennings 1914 Johnson, Raymond F. Smith, Henry B. Sherman, Calvin W. 1915 Knight, Harold F. Hinsdale, Ira A. Marks, Henry E. Hausman, Samuel W. Smith, George K. M qc Q ,gy 33gE?3 mva3HUuu ummm 7 mx HN MMI! Y I w U ' ' 11ff M . 4-, frm,-fl' fm -, ,, :fx 1. -:-2 Mlm-IfwKp".N SL W dgikug .1 W 5, I:f:-... :-: . 'wM LxV'l5'wJ2Ml1V"'f :g:'3:-132-2111? ' mA:1!.m,1'r:S? frMwwwwxT-1H- k 11UF?1 tf1l" wM 1-:-'- '. -1-:-7 ', '1 'AI .-M'-41x :iz-. "ai 'I H" v -:-:-:-:-:-' ,f 1" W' W R W 51 ,Y mmm W A mmQL,, X ex .-,.T X I X45 Q Sl? lf? ' 1 7 W! 1 l if T 1 Zleelta QED1 " - Gps:-e"JEE'f J ,Wm , .--- 1 ' if X yy!!! W xl , V I , ,iffy ,f,, 1' 3 ,,,. ff ' ' ., ' X 1 ll -ZA? ll ' ly ll gy l l. ,-' ff-.- "i'a-Z LEGAL FRATERNITY Founded at Cornell University 1890 Syracuse Qlbupter estuhlisbeu 1898 mall nt chapters Cornell University Ohio State University New York University University of Chicago University of lVIinnesota Georgetown University University of lVIichigan University of Pennsylvania Dickinson University University of Virginia Chicago Kent College of Law Leland Stanford Jr. University University of Buffalo University of Texas I' Osgoocle Hall University of Washington Syracuse University University of Nebraska Uni0I1 Ul1lVC1'Slf5' University of Southern California University of California Two Hundred Tlllftcch T II Crane, Robert E. Miller, Edward E. Cummings, C. F. Cummings, G. W. Mullen, Ralph W Higgins, Grove L. Richard, Fernand E. James, Grover R. Crimmins, John D. Gilbert, H. Clifford Decker, Charles undrcd Fourt c Delta Qlbi jftilftti in Ul1IliiJ2B5itaf2 1912 Babbit, Grover C. Gleason, Harry A. Kingsley, Jesse Bourke, William Crowther, Harold Dickson, Charles L. Lewis, Archibald H. 1913 N. 1914 Miillen, Lloyd Flack, Howard W Kelley, George B. Kelley, Paul W. Cook, Lafayette Gloger, Joseph A. J. x f I A Q e X x X 7 X W! ra W 1 X ff X 4 ,X I my ,M 5 ' 5 5 if :F K l J! LRF I' fx mx . q .' A f N-2:e:2:sv iw-: :s:a:e: I V I wh WH ALQJVG-N " v J3W:wW 2 ,D , M "M W N wif X , My ' X W av X, vf H A941 ,W,.,,.:y WM - i bl alta 15131 LEGAL l'R.'X'l'lERN I'l'Y Fo umlerl nl Uuittzfrxily of Ilflirlligrm 1869 Qlnmstuck Qlbupter estuhlisbeh 1899 llinll nt Glibaptsw University of Michigan lllinois 'VVesleyan University Northwestern University Columbia University VVashington University University of California George VVashington University Union University CAlhany Law Boston University University of Cincinnati University of 'Pennsylvania Harvard University Yale University Cornell University University of lVIissouri New York University University of Virginia University of Nlinnesota Buffalo University University of Oregon University of lVIaine University of Texas U University of NVisConsiu Ohio State University University of Iowa University of Nehraska Chicago-Kent College of Law 'Leland Stanford University University of Kansas Syracuse University New York Law School lntliana University VVestern Reserve University lllinois University 'Denver University Washington University University of Chicago Vanmlerhilt University Saint Lawrence University ffirooklyn Law School University of Coloratlo University of Southern California VVashington and Lee University l,aw Sehool of Upper Canacla niversity of Pittsburg Sehoolj 'Two Hundred Fifteen U lifibi Delta lDiJi jnatrzs in Uunihewitatz 1912 Cole, George H. McNeal, Edward K. DeSilva, Howard C. Peterson, Ray A. Frank, William H., Jr. Ryan, Louis C. Jones, Charles P. Schmieding, Wzllter F King, Clarence R. Sweet, William P. McCarthy, Daniel L. Whiting, Stewart W. Kinback, George F. 1913 Lee, George F. Melvin, Crandall McMann, Frank J. Toomey, Arthur Il lrccl Sixte ' .awe - " rnrumnm wus- L. .m Mm-v.wfv'vA fum ww v:u.1.vw ,v-umm' ,"wv:1 Long Island College Hospital University Q! .-- i "-"' il fu A-1, r , I? X in l l ll: :I y Qlpba kappa kappa y ,rl g Qfijil ,., 'N K N .- ji-4 g M EDICAL IfRA'1'l5RN1'1'Y F01llIl1l'Il nf D1II'flllOllfll College 1888 Klum Qlbupter estuhlisbeu 1899 iiinll nt flthaptwi Dartmouth College University of California College of 'Physicians and Surgeons, University of South San Francisco, Cal. University of Oregon Tufts College University of Nashville University of Vermont Vanclerhilt University Jeflierson lyletlical College University of llflinnesota University of illinois Bowdoin College Syracuse University M2ll'l1lICftC University Cornell University University of Pennsylvania University of Chicago fllushl Northwestern University Nliami University Ohio lweclical University University of Denver CDcnver and G St. Louis Un of Tennessee Tulane University University of Georgia McGill University University of 'l'oronto George Washington University Yale University University of Texas University of hflichigan University College of hlexlicine, Richmond, Va. Nlealical College of State of rossj South Carolina iversity School of hfledicine Two Hundred Sevenletn alpha ilmppa iliappa jFratr25 in ZI11niher5itatz 1912 Cave, Linus Samuel Gilmore, Harry Lucullus McNitt, Harold Williarn McGuire, Robert John Perham, Roy Gates Ransom, Loren P. Reeves, George Hall Retan, George Mathew Snyder, James Roe Vermilyea, Sidney Charles Zimmerman, Robert Frank 1913 Preston, Lee Sinclair Ryan, Michael Lawless Schlosser, Charles Louis 1914 Buckley, Frederick Jones, Lawrence Jesse Stone, Chester 1915 Corson, James Groat Dickinson, VVilliam Gilford Fisher, Scott Romain Squires, Charles Daniel Warner, Russell Allen Yeckel, Herbert Carl Robbins, Frank LeRoy Ryan, Frank Eugene Tilton Gabel, William Jacob Godfrey, James Daniel Harvey, Homer Alvan Newton, Morris Head wo Hundred Iuightee 1 .mm ,M uhm... ...J X X N Sk CMO' 51110 Alfkurdv Q QQ- - L"A1' . X ",2EQ ,JI Qvff' ,NY .X X-X 1 ' X f'-Q 41: ,,,,, H 1 W w Awmlm3r1mxA 2522 .,. .....,J.4.L .J .....M.. ...4 4....4hm2...hL...,,.4.....1.A- J ir , llffl K 1513i Gamma Reita , .,,. e ill I o WA I'l0IllllJ1'I1 at W11.vllil1gior1 111111 .fr'ffe1'.w11 College 18,18 Sigma mu Qlbapter estahlisben 1901 Aclelbert College Allegheny College Amherst College Bethel College Brown University Bucknell College Colgate University Columbia University Cornell University Denison College DePauw College Dartmouth College Gettysburg College Hanover College IKUII of Illinois VVesleyan University Indiana University Iowa State College Johns Hopkins University University Qtlbaptzrs Knox College Lafayette College Lehigh University Lelantl Stanford, Jr. University lwassaehusetts Institute of Tech New York University Ohio State University Ohio VVesleyan University Pennsylvania State College Purclue University Richmond College Syracuse University Trinity College Union University University of Alabama University of California University of Chicago University of Coloraclo of Illinois nology Two Hundred Ninet University University University University University University University University University University wo TTundrc lfibi Qbanima Delta IMI! nt Grlbuptzrs-cltnntinuzn of Kansas of Micliigaxi of Minnesotgt of Missoiiri of Maxine of Nebraska of Oregon of Pennsylvania of Texas of Tennessee University of Virginia University of Wasliingtoim University of Wisconsin Wabash College . Washington and Jefferson College Washington and Lee University Wooster University Worcester Polytechnic Institute William Jewell College Witteriberg College Yale University jflfaflifg in mnihlfgitatf 1912 Ansley, Ernest C. Cole, George H. Brewster, Floyd L. Howard, Russell H. Brewster, Howard A. Lougee, Earle S. Burleigh, P. Gray Newton, Morris H. ' Stiles, Lorren, Ir. 1913 Bixby, Harry W. Braley, C. Rease ' Glisman, Carl H. 1914 Anderson, Floyd Dudleston, Joseph J. Barden, Clifford A. Hulse, William T. Benns, F. Lee Luce, Chester Walter Brewster, Morell K. Oswald, Carl L. Burgess, Joseph E. Richmond, Harry L. Shaul, Elmer B. 1915 Glisman, Marvin B. Guion, Herbert R. Hallett, George E. cl Twenty Hessler, Emery I. Powers, Harold E. Shaw, Walter l. 1. ' Awww mum .-rw ----M ------u..w H w.L.-,....r,. I 1:4 flEg f 1 3 Q ll r r , 4 l J P bi jlmll Zllpba SINFONIA Founzled 1898 Grbeta Qllbuprer 25tuhIi5b2D 1904 IKDII nt Cllibtlllfftfi Boston, New England Conservatory Philaclelphia, Philadelphia Conservatory Detroit, Michigan Conservatory Ithaca, Ithaca Conservatory Ann Arbor, University of Micliigari Columbia, University of lVIissouri Cincinnati, Cincinnati Conservatory Syracuse, Syracuse University Evanston, Northwestern University Baltimore, Peabody Conservatory Greencastle, DePauw University 1 jfcatvzs in Zlllnibzesiitatz Herbert Stephen Rancl James Roberts Gillette Clarence Franklin Drumm Rexforcl Davis Colburn Q Howard Carlton Taylor Earl B. Staley George Nlerriman Oaks Ellsworth Brown Harry Silvernail lVIason Charles Joseph Huerter Earl Douglas Stout Burnham Ayers Colby Vivian Way Worden Two llunflrcrl Twenty-one Q ' Z i l ' xx ' 1- gl ,li f i X 'f1Z.f 5' W ' . blgma bl it , ' - . 5 I " -'A-:IL ' - 0- ' -"W g A lf 1- 6 g- S ' --.4-"',,4 ?. Albion College Beloit College Bucknell University Butler College Cornell University Central University Columbia University Colorado College Dartmouth College Denison University Dickinson College DePauw University Northwestern University Ohio ,State University Ohio Wesleyfan University Purdue University Pennsylvania College Pennsylvania State College Syracuse University State University of Iowa State University of Kentucky Tulane University of University Arkansas University of California University of Chicago University of Cincinnati University of Colorado University of Georgia University of Illinois University of North Dakota Vanderbilt University Washington and Lee University Westerri Reserve University WOIIllI1ll1'CflTwenty-lLWO Fozuulwl at Millllli Urzifvzfrsily 1855 LEM LEM Qlbapter estahlisbetl 1904 113.011 nt GDHDYZDQ George VVashington University Hobart College Hanover College Illinois Wesleyan University Indiana University Kentucky State University Leland Stanford, University Lafayette College Lehigh University IVIassachusetts Institute of Techn lVIiami University University University University University University University University University University University University University University University University University University University University of of of of of of of of of of of of of of of of of of of Kansas . Maine Miclii gan Minriesota lVIississippi Columbia Missoliri Montana N ebraska Pennsylvania Oregon Pittsburg Southern California Texas Utah Virginia Washington Wisconsin Wooster Washington University Wabash College West Virginia University ology .,L,,.f1..m,-,-.s..5T.m.Q.4w..E , 14 www! 1-mu 2 a 4 5 Sigma Qlbi jfratrzsi in Ulinihetsitatz 1912 Day, John L. Kling, Harold Kinback, George F. Reidpath, Charles D. Steuber, F. Walter' 1913 Dee, Morris J. Salmon, Harold Gibson, Lester L. Sezunnns, Ray 1914 Armstrong, Richard N. Frost, J. Roscoe Damon, Blaine Millles, Reay W. Davis, Clarence Sweet, Gerrit L. Whittaker, Spencer 1915 Boyle, Richard N. Donnelly, Charles F. Cady, Rush Boyd Hughes, Kenneth C. Doyle, Edgar C. 1VIoulton, Lloyd W. 'l'wo Hundred Twenty-th 1' J "Q f W7 U, . rf, ,A ff 5, W 'Epi' llf,lt,", , L " ffl fs., ll l l l l A im am ll? l 1 l Ei Liir ,f zlkfaa Y y jf Founded at Syracuse Uni'vcrsity 1904 jFratr25 in Zlllnihzrffitatz 1 1912 Allen, Bertram F. Hamilton, James A. Darrow, William F. lVIorrell, Harry T. Gabel, William Staley, Earl B. Toner, M. Edward 1913 ' Fellows, Earl H. Helmstetter, Elgia E. Francis, Lorton Jones, Daniel J. Hagaman, Robert Parker, George S. Pattyson, Harry A. 1914 Edgerton, Alfred L. Reynolds, J. Fletcher Hover, Harry L. Schermerhorn, Floyd T. Neuhaus, Raymond F. Seymour, Richard D. Westlake, Theodore N. 1915 Consler, R. Earl McKee, Russel V. Gates, John E. Morse, Ralph I. lVIcElwain, Clifford E. Vermilya, Lynn H. Two Hundred Twenty-four Amwff-f,,1N gmnn A. 4 :mum Mun .u A4 Qian ZBeIta bigma IENGIN IE IERIN G l"'RATl5RNITY 1'l0llNlll'Il nl Sj'7'IIl'llA'l' U11i1'1'1'.rify 1905 Sinha Qlimpter estuhlisimu 1905 lliull nt cnibuiptcw Alpha .... . Syracuse Ul1lVl'l9ltX Beta . 'Brown University Gamma . Lehigh Ul1lVCl'SlfX - jffiltllfg ill allllihflfgitilff 1912 Abrams, Frank W. Byrnes, Rohcrt H. Fogg, Prcston D. Grimm, Amos Ingraham, liclgar B. Darby, Samuel E., Gregg, lVIahlon H. 1913 Harvey, VVilliam G., Jr. Thurston Geo 3 Kling, Harolcl G. Quin, lflmcr G. Rciclpzlth, Charles D. Richardson, Harry H. VVilson, VV. Ucxtcr Nicbzulglilin, Frederick Richl, Albert I-I. Smith, Oliver G. rgc B. Two llnnmlrcrl Twcnt Y ,S o 4- - H Illll ' If Y f l alpha em isbn ,53 y l r it ll' '-:ei A l'l01lllllCd al Trinity College 1895 1Dbi Epsilon Qllbaptet estuhlisbeu 1905 IKUII of crtbaptztfi Trinity College Brooklyn Polytechnic Institute University of Pennsylvania Columbia University Lafayette College Dickinson College Yale University Syracuse University University of Virginia Washington and Lee University Cornell University Wesleyan University jfcatrzs in mnihzrsitate GRADUATE Van Auken, Gilbert Levi 1912 Camp, Samuel Holcomb Davey, Walter Vernon Hall, Harry Staunton Ryan, Lewis Cook Stover, Frederick Walter 191 Andrews, Chester Earl Anthony, Harold Brew, Lewis Janet Chamberlain, Crandall lvan Kinney, Francis William 19 Callander, Douglass Newton Graham, Robert Russell Wilbur, Wi 19 Beebe, Morris Cooper, John King Davis, Arthur Glenn 3 Mason, Harry Arthur Noxon, James Alan O'Connor, William Henry Rowe, Charles Eckert Shimer, William Masori Clarence 14 Hemmer, Carl John McCollum, Micliziel Arthur lliam lVIerle 15 English, Sherman Verne Hinman, Ward Mcliligott, Joseph James Peck, Harold Clifford I' Hundred Twenty- x C3 sv-1 -..v,,,,1 ,WC A J if , , l l I l' bmma jan . l i d Founded at Virginia Milita1'y Institute 1869 Qbumma 1515i Qlhapter estahlisben 1906 1B.nII at OID aptzrs Alabama Polytechnic Institute Albion College Bethany College Case School of Applied Science Colorado School of Mines Columbia University Cornell University Dartmouth College Delaware State College DePauw University Georgia School of Technology Howard College Iowa State College Kansas State University Lafayette College Lehigh University Leland Stanford, Jr. University Lombard University Louisiana State University Mercer University Missouri School of Mines lVIissouri State University Mount Union College North Carolina A. and M. College North Georgia Agricultural College Northwestern University Ohio State University Oklahoma University Pennslyvania State College Purdue University Rose Polytechnic Institute State University of Kentucky State University of Iowa Stevens Institute of Technology Syracuse University Tulane University University University University University University University of Alabama of Arkansas of California of Chicago of Colorado of Georgia Two Hundred Twenty seven Sigma mu IKDII at cnlbaptew-Glinntinueh University of Illinois University of Virginia University of Indiana University of VVisconsin University of Nlichigan University of Washington I University of Minnesota University of West Virginia University of Montana Vanderbilt University University of Nebraska Virginia Military Institute University of North Carolina Washington State College University of Oregon Washington University University of Pennsylvania Washington and Lee University University of Texas Western Reserve University University of Vermont VVilliam Jewell College jrratree in Ullnihewitatz 1912 Coman, Charles B. Purdy, Le Roy C. Gyatt, William P. Rugg, William W. Williams, Mervyn M. 1913 Eberle, Allison F. Wachter, Joseph L. ' O'Brien, Clifford H. Wecldingen, Howard E. Rook, Edward Weimert, LeRoy M. 1914 Castle, Lewis S. Hill, Harry D. Dodd, Henry E. Kimball, Jeremiah C. Dodd, Winhelcl W. Piper, Ray F. 1915 Banks, John H., Jr. Carrick, Ralph G. Chaney, Clarence W. Cheney, Carl S. Hundrec l'1'wenty-eight Hardiman, Clair Hughes, James A. Kieffer, Joseph D. VVallace, Lyle G. E? 'EVGVT mf ,fum , mv .J f' ' N D M N15 M fw ,.,,,,. ,,..M , , . .. -,. f' - ,f bigma 1913i Qlfpsilun Fozzllflerl al Rirlznzoml College IQUI 3192111 Quark Silpbu Qlbnpter estnhlisimu 1906 lliull of Glibaptwi Richmond College University of West Virginia VVilliz1m :incl lVI:iry College Jefferson llleclieul College University of Pittsburg University of Pennsylvzlniu University of lllinois University of Colorado Ohio Northern University Virginia lVIilit:1ry Institute North Carolina A. :incl M. College Pnrchle University H Syracuse University Rzmclolph-lVI:lcon College Georgia School of Technology University of Virginia llelnwure State College Lehigh University University of Arkansas Ohio State University VV:1shington and Lee University Norwich University Dzirtmouth College Trinity College George VV:Lshington University Al2ll51lll12l Polytechnic lnstitnte Baker University University of Czilifornizl University of Nebraska Two Ilnnrlrerl Twenty-n Sigma 1EJbi Epsilon jfratrzi in Ullniiazwitatz Carter, Clifford R. Chamberlain, Claren Gilmore, William 12. Gleason, Ernest C. Griffin, Joseph D. Axtman, Clarence G Campbell, Walter I Lanigan, Joseph M. Long, L. John Arnold, G. R. Axtman, Otto Baker, W. E. Baldwin, E. C. Clearwater, G. VV Filiatrault, V. W. Frances, C. C. Hanna, H. G. Hoople, W. C. ndred Thirty 1912 ce E. Prentice, Burr N. 1913 Wilcox, C. Van 1914 ' 1915 Keeney, Simon S. 9 McEwan, Lee McIntosh, Walter P. Miller, Cassius Murray, Henry B., I Reumann, Otto G. Rile, J. Harmer, Ir. Smith, Oliver Van Eseltine, Glenn P Gilmore, N. H. Kenyon, B. H. Moore, C. O. Reed, H. M. Rulison, F. C. Sleith, A. L. Weigand, A. P. Hoople, G. D. Wade, N. C. .34 XX Keg W 'wU f aJPl M W 'WWffffUmfflff'W wh f " fF iKf' P"" v,u.w.4n,m-.nuumm-A m,wwunf.wv nwmmum- Aww,..vmM .,, , . l i fW4z W 1 gg, f A it - gr.-1""--" ig ilu... it vW"fL:Q4 7 E .1IL. il. ,MD , . , A l no 4,5 A, v ll, go' ff' inte' ' 7111? I A A lfliii "H 'I' '- fi f- l-'lux ll l"?Ayl" bij Q 'B 'Z W ix' er- S , EQ 5 as Q NX W D-fax +,, +L gfssx s Y? ixifi 1 ,E li fx 5 tx 316' 6 , '- "" Fozuuled at the Unifversify of Virginia 1867 Qbamma Jluta Qlbupter estnhlisbeu 1906 IMII nt Qrbapterri Bowdoin College Brown University Dartmouth College Harvard University Bucknell University Cornell University Dickinson College Lehigh University Massachusetts State College New Hampshire College University of lVIaine University of Vermont New York University Pennsylvania State College University of Pennsylvania Swarthmore College Syracuse University George VVashington University Hampton-Sidney College Randolph-Macon College Richmond College Davidson College North Carolina A. and M. College University of Alabama Alabama Polytechnical Institute University of lllaryland University of Virginia Washington and Lee University VVilliam and lX4ary College Trinity College University of North Carolina Georgia School of Technology lVIercer University University of Georgia Cumberland University University of the South Southwestern Presbyterian University University of Tennessee Vanderbilt University Case School of Applied Science Ohio State University Denison University University of Kentucky VVashington and Jefferson College Two Hundred Thirty-one Kappa Sigma 13.011 nt CIIIDYIIIIEE5-HCUIUIIUIILIZU Lake Forest University Purdue University University of Chicago University of Illinois Iowa State College University of Iowa Baker University Missouri School of Mines University of Arkansas University of Nlissouri Louisiana State College Millsaps College University of Indiana University of Michigan University of Wisconsin Wabash College University of Minnesota University of Nebraska University of Oklahoma William Jewell College Washington University Washburn College Southwestern University University of Texas University of New Orleans Colorado College Colorado School of Mines University of Denver Leland Stanford, -lr. University University of Idaho University of Oregoa Beers, Royce L. Crouch, Walter C. Gillette, James Gray, Duncan, J Hilbert, Leo University of California University of Washington Washington State College jfuatvzsi in Ulinthzwitatz wo Hand Brougham, DeWitt Lee, Brainard, J. Forest Haley, James McLaughlin, Thomas F. Adams, Paul E. Covell, Edwin Burrill, Louis Harrington, Clyde red Thirty-two 1912 ' ' Kimman, Arthur W. Perham, Roy G. Sheeley, Fred L. Swetland, Herbert M. Young, Ralph 1913 Kinsman, Alfred J. George F. 1914 Humbcrt, F. Clyde Rhineheimer, Edward Wands, James D. 1915 Long, John Smith, William S. Stow, Harold V. Yeager, Leslie si-in Q5 f f QDwGs fx W b -TN-N.g1.'.'.4--- 'I' f 1' . if i'y Mr lt. 4 .,,, 1, f, N! X- .f X .1 1 f X 'XX f 'W + 1" v '-P3 11' ,. gf ,, , 1 x 61 'Q ,f ' W J Y , WN .. 19 , , jf" f 4 'T xi at ull jf' , b 'ff I A 'X I 5' 'f ' " 'H . ff-1 A . 1, wow. .-, HL , 'Q Q J' 34, '. '. ' . .VI V Vg V, M 'V ' ' 'Z' - 'Q ' .JV . . .' - ' 1' ' K ,f mv vm In war W iii, - -S by -e TW 'J t Sigma Zllpba psilun l'i0lllHll'll af flu' lfIli'l'l'l'.X'ifj7 of ffjlllllllllll 1856 .mem jgaurk Delta Qlbupter estuhlisbetl 1907 ilinll nt Qllbaptew Adrian College Alabama Polytechnic lnstitute Allegheny College Bethel College Boston University Bucknell University Case School of Science Central University Colorarlo School of lVIines Columbia 'University Cornell University Cumberland University Dartmouth University Davidson College Denver University Dickinson College Emory College Franklin College George VVashington University Georgia School of Technology Gettysburgh College Harvard University lowa State College Kentucky State College Leland Stanford, Jr. University Louisiana State University Massachusetts lnstitute of Technology Mercer University Milikin University Mt. Union College Northwestern University Ohio State University Ohio VVesleyan University Pennsylvania State College Purdue University Southern University Southwestern Baptist University Southwestern Presbyterian University St. Stephens College Syracuse University Tulane University Union University University of Alabama University of Arkansas University of California University of Chicago University of Cincinnati University of Colorado University of Georgia University of Illinois Two llunrlrcil 'Fliirly-thi et T Hundre University University University University University University University University University University University Sigma Hlpbu Epsilon Bull nt Qtbuptzvs-crllnntinuzn of Indiana of Iowa of Kansas of Maine of Michigan of Minnesota of Mississippi of Missouri of Nebraska of North Carolina of Oklahoma University of Pennsylvania University of the South University of South Dakota University of Tennessee University of Texas University of Washington University of Wisconsin University of Virginia Vanderbilt University Washington University Washington and Lee University Worcester Polytechnic Institute jlltfltlffg ill al1I'lll'I2E5ifi1f2 Abrams, Frank W. Bishop, Harold E. Clark, Edward L. Cochrane, Leon J. De Silva, Howard C. Keegan, Harry B. 1912 McCallum, Donald W. Quinn, Elmer G. Ryan, Michael L. Taylor, Howard C. White, Homer Wyckoff, J. Edward 1913 Carling, Phillip Nlunro, William A. Furman, Carl L. Simpson, Alfred D. McLaughlin, Fred D. Stevenson, Chester A. Witzel, A. lidward 1914 Brown, Arthur T. Dowd, liarl K. Goes, Clifford C. Glaentzer, Edwin Holmes, Alfred R. Jeffords, Morton H. Diefendorf, Stanley Keebler, Frank W. Burtis, Charles L. Sambrook, George R. Hartley, William H. K lTl1irty-four R. Keegan, Leo F. Keegan, Cleveland T. lWcChesney, Adelhert Pratt, John W., Jr. Schaefer, Christian H. Simmons, Claude W. B. 1915 Coyne, Harold S. Patterson, Walter S. Michaels, William H., Jr. Dixon, William V. Fish, Gaylord, H. gui-isa ,,,,.,. ,..r f,.,I5. ffm f.., ,Y A--A 1, ff. A-. ,:.,,v, 14 vn1n,,f,.- -ff-. W .V 1 w.fm.f-, . ,mv-,..,, H, W N66 ,.f-- -S xx Q7. Q5 - l'l0IlIlIl!'1l at Wl'.K'fl?l'Il Ulliwrwify of Pr'11n.vy!1m11r1 1691 Hlpba Qbnnmnm Qlibupter estrlhlisben 1907 IKDII nt Gibuptttii University of Pittsburg Baltimore College of Physicians and Surgeons Jefferson Nledieal College Indiana University School of Nledicine Ohio Wesleyan University lyledical School University College of lVIedicine, Richmond, Va Georgetown University Mecliczil College of Virginia Syracuse University liedico-Chirurgicul College, Philadelphia. Indiana University School of Nledicine, Bloomington Ind University of Virginia University of Pennsylvania St. Louis 'University VVzlshington University University Medical College, Kansas City, Mo University of Nlissouri Leland Stanford, -lr. University University of Kansas T w u n 1 bi Esta 1 1Dbi 'Beta Lili Rall nt Qtbaptevg-Hrltnntinuzh University of Michigan Rush Medical College. Northwestern University Medical School University of Illinois, College of Physicians and Surgeons Detroit College of Medicine University of Minnesota University of lowa John A. Creighton University Nlarquette University Medical Department, Vanclerhilt University University of Alabama Tulane University University of Texas jfvatresi in Ullntibewitatz 1912 Cooper, Philip Moore, Roy S., 13. S. McNerncy, William J. Seagfrid, Raymond B Wiley, Jason L. 1913 Mitchell, H. hliller Philo, Rae M. 1914 Winne, William R. 1915 Weeden, Walter l.. l ll 1rlrctl'l'hi1'ly -,..,.,-.....,-...,.-..i-.....,.-,... ., . 1 mu rr mv ma Q , 5... ' I I fl' l' ' ' Qamma f!Eta Gamma 1 , ,I ' F we LIEGAI, l"RA'l'lERNI'I'Y 1"0,,,1,1,f,z af mm ,f',-. i -fry 0fj14llil1l' ,wr Delta Qlbaptet estahlisben 1907 Boll nf dtbaptzw University of 1VIaine Syracuse University Boston University 1 Cornell University Albany Law School University of hlichigan University of Indiana jfratrw in Zlvulitictiitutc 1912 Baker, Frank W. Ford, Frank J. Cullen, John F. Hughes, Clifford li. Evans, Daniel T. Kelly, Daniel sl. Quinn, lwatt 1913 Auxier, Vance K., 13. S. Nlichael, lra l-l. Brimmer, Leo NI. O'Keefe, Daniel li. Chatterton, Rexford R. Smith, lfdward lL. Freshman, I. Earl Wheele1', William G. Kcefe, Robert li., Ph. 13. NVilliams, VVayland W. lVIerritt, Charles NI. Woolston, Clarence B. Tucker, WVarren C., Ph. B. 1914 Burke, Raymond Knapp, Wilbur Cashore, Clarence IC. Koppenhafer, Daniel Devoc, Clinton A. Ransler, Nicholas Griswold, David Salisbury, VVilliam F. Haller, Clarence W. Smith, Albert H. Warwick, William C. 1915 llfloe, Charles H. Two llundred 'I'hirtv C J f, f iff 1 Y '11 il lf l ll lllllll? fl ,l l , oa r" "' 1'9" l 180117111611 at Syracuse U11iwr'.vify 1909 Qllpba Qllbuptcr 1912 Beaumont, George Clinton Granger, George Floyd Judson, Sidney Arthur Loomis, Harold Victor Sehauss, Daniel Tuttle, Harvey Nelson Upham, Veredon Willizlxn VVarner, John Leonard Zogg, Alfred Valentine . Benton, George Young Benway, Percy Leroy Coon, Eugene Henry Davey, Charles Henry Graves, Osborne Hazen Owens, Spencer Bacon Raner, Francis Nlarion Simon, Nathan Alfred Smith, Sherman Merritt Smithers, Otis Sherwood Thompson, Roy Iiphriam Thomson, Walter Phelps Wilson, James William Burgess, Harry Alfred Chase, Paul Brown Cochran, William Germond Colby, Burnham Ayers Smith, nflred Thirty eight Crawford, Herbert Westgate Down, Alfred George Ncwfang, Claude Conrad Potter, Robert John Elmer G. W. , X I N 1 NHHH' Il xi lf S ,lx Ill I lm I'lI nm bI1lNmi 5 .. -., X 'Q if T: 'W Copyrtghrcd by Frank E Rogan Eelta Qian Brita l"o11nzl1'1I at Brtlmny College 1859 6511111118 i1Dmicrun Qllbapter estahlisbeu 1910 ilinll nf CIEbu1Jt2r5 Albion College Allegheny College Armour Institute of Technology Baker University Brown University Columbia University Cornell University Dartmouth College DePauw University Emory College George VVashington University Hillsdale College Indiana University Kenyon College Lafayette College Lehigh University Leland Stanford, Jr. University lVIassaChusetts Institute of Technology Northwestern University Ohio State University Ohio University Ohio Wesleyan University Purdue University Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute Stevens Institute of Techonlogy Syracuse University Tufts College Tulane University University University University University University University University University University University University University of California of Chicago of Colorado of Cincinnati of Indianapolis of Illinois of Iowa of IVIaine of lWichigan of lVIinnesota of Mississippi of lVIissouri wo Hundred Thirty ni Delta Eau Delta . Boll of Qtbaptzts-Gnntinuzh University of Nebraska Vanderhilt University University of Pennsylvania Wabash College University of the South Washington and Lee University University of Texas Washington and Jefferson College University of Virginia Wesleyan University University of Washington Western Reserve University University of Wisconsin West Virginia University Wooster University jhatrw in Ullnihetziitatz 1912 Brown, Ellsworth A. McNeal, Edward K Calvert, Leonard H. Ogsbury, Dewitt C. Fisher, Raymond M. Pratt, Edward M. Layton, David Stickney, George C. Swan, Tracy C. 1913 Burtch, Joel Oaks, George M. Caldwell, Truman Papworth, Edwin Cooke, Denvir Parsons, Guy Hall, William W. Pead, Ernest Meyers, Clarence E. Stearns, Earl Winshurst, Harold E. C. 1914 Two I-I Abberger, William A. Benedict, Leon C. Brown, Edward J. Burch, Clyde C. Hess, O. Arlington Clark Walter R. Duryea, Charles S. Frantz, W. Paul undred Forty 1915 Topping, N. Ho Kline, Harold Martin, Fred Stone, Fred L. Stout, Earl D. Morse, Albert E. Shufelt, James Taylor, Henry well V. B. M acauley, Irving P. Wemple .hug ,..f x4nn,uumu. :sun .1 Q ' I 'I I ll, l V ' 'I ll It ! X in Qcaua 1: z X1 1 Q , - X. J .f 3 fl. I.. "'ff,,, I ' e' 'W' "' H ,, 5 y V, s g ' --- 4. , 9 - - 1'l0lIlll1l'1l at U11i'1f1'r.rify of Jllirlligau 190.1 Syracuse Qlbapter estahlisbeu 1911 IKUII nt rltbaptzvri University of Nlichigan University of Kansas Leland Stanford University University of Nebraska University of California Ohio State University Harvard University University of Illinois University of Pennsylvania University of lldinncsota University of Wisconsin University of lVIissouri Cornell University Purdue University University of Chicago Yale University Columhia University Iowa State College University of lowa ania State College Oregon VVashingt0n University Colorado The Pennsylv University of University of Northwestern University of Syracuse University jfuatrw in Ulinihzvditate GRADUATE Perry, Clinton Weiss 1912 Allen, Oakley Arnold Brown, Earl Russel Coates, Carl Millard Conger, Jason Henry Cox, John Wesley Hopson, Edwin S. Miller, Charles Harvey Smith, Guy L. Topping, Harry Rollin Wardlaw, William Everson 1913 Terzian, Harutyun Giragos 1914 Hill, Fred Carlton Ransler, Nicholas Lott, Fred E. 1915 Middlemass, Rohert, Jr. Two llundrcd Forty-o .-..-,..-sr, ... H8 W G 1, ff f,147',f A A! 1 if 1, gi Zeta Esta Eau I5 1 y 1 A lllll? 5Q22?f all 1 QI3' .--if-:rv- l'l0lllllIl'fl at College of the Cily of Nm' York 1898 fibmicruu Qibapter estuhlisben 1911 College of the City of New York Long Island College Hospital Belleview Nledical College Columbia University New York University University of Pennsylvania Cornell University Bluestone, David H. Goldstein, Frank Haft, Henry H. Kennedy, Allan E. Bernstein, Philip F. Leverton, Reuben L. Bloom, Meyer S. Cantor, Jesse E. Kallct, Herbert 1. o llundred Forty tw: 111011 ot cltbaptewi Boston University VVestern Reserve University Tulane University Polytechnic Institute of Brooklyn Ohio State University lllassachusetts lnstitute of Technology Syracuse University JFUHYEKE ill Ullllillffgifdfl' 1912 Jolie, Isaac Kallet, Aaron H. 1913 Nlusk, David VVallenstein, lrving 191-1- Nlerowitz, lidward G. Schoenberg, David 1915 Kauffman, Arnold B. Silverman, Jesse Winkelstein, Asher I I I 5 5 i 4. a L F i. E ix .Somoa nas OUR NEW SORORITY HOUSES 4 bnrnrities in Grhzr of Establishment at Syracuse illinihersitp Alpha Phi . . . Gamnm PM Bda . Kappa Kappa Gamma Kappa Alpha Theta Pi Beta Phi . . Ilelta I3elta IDelta . Zeta Plii-Medical . Delta Gamma . . Pi Lambda Sigma-Library Alpha Xi Delta . . Alpha Gamma Delta . Smnm Kmma . . Mu Phi Epsilon-Fine Arts Alpha Chi Omega . . lhlathea .... Alpha Epsilon Iota Chi Omega . . Chi Upsilon-Oratorical . Hundred Forty-four 1872 1874 1883 1889 1896 1896 1900 1901 1903 1904 1904 1905 1905 1906 1907 1909 1911 1911 ,..3..- V. , nn .M W -Jing..-'mir ' ang Qlpha bi l'l0Illll11?I1!lf Sj'l'lll'l1.t'!' U11i7u'1'sify 187.2 Sinha Qtbapter esrahlisbeu 1872 Syracuse University Northwestern University DePauw University Cornell Univeristy University of Miriliesotn Goucher College Boston University University of Miclligari llinll Di CUZDHIJUEQS University of VVisconsin Leland Stanford, Jr. University University of California Bzirnzlrcl College University of Nebraska Toronto University University of Nlissouri University of North Dakota Two Hundred Forty-five S 5111138 Phi Ensures in Mnihzwitatz 1912 Batterson, Harriet Yorke Herzog, Hazel Edith Beal, Blanche Genevieve Latham, Bertha Webb Donnan, Edna Chalmers Lay, Margaret Isabel Newcomb, Rose Augusta 1913 Brown, Helen Mary Martin, Helen Fairchild Draime, Edna Jeanette Neal, Helen Bodine Leland, Rachel H. A. Paddock, Laura Lomira Rue, Anne Elizabeth 1914 Adams, Ruth E. Hall, Florence M. Harder, Ruth Hookway, Mildred Mackay, Estelle Newcomb, Margaret Butcher, Mabel Crofoot, Doris Davis, Dorothy Eisenbrey, Grace Gwynne, Dorothy I' II nrlred Forty six 1915 Pendorf, Ernestine H. Smith, Winifred S. Stedman, Louise Thompson, Grace E. Westfall, Josephine Wingzlte, Anna Belle Hancock, Nan Nlather, Nlargaret Nottingham, Helen Petit, Helen Reeve, Nlarjory mu, Pu rr ,A Q2 ...-- Q -'-' f o- ' U U w ri, in X , im f X ' 1 1 gamma 1913i Beta ' 7 Q N 3 , FOIIIIIIFII nl Syrzzcmc Uniwrsify 1874 Qllpba Qlbapter esmhlisbeu 1874 Syracuse Uni University of University of University of Northwestern ilinll nf Qtbuptwi versity llflicliigan Wisconsin Boston University Gouelier College University of California University of Uenver lfzlrnzirtl College University of lylinnesotn University of W!lSlllI1fIf0l1 Leland Stanford, Jr. University University of Oregon University of ldalio Two Hundred Forty-se Qbamma lEJbi Beta bonanza in Ullnihersitate GRADUATE Hitchcock, Blanche S. 1912 Brooks, Ella L. Hitchcock, Helen Brand, Edna Joy, Genevieve F. Bulley, Rachel King, Ruth NI. Dodson, Bertha Lighthall, Margaret Morrison, Anna Janet 1913 Beaver, ,Grace Pierson, Lucile Briggs, Agusta Price, Emily ' Cook, Marguerite Shaw, Florence Corbett, Clarissa Snyder, E. Ethel Deuel, Floriene A. Draper, Marian Holdridgc, Rutherford Dee Edwards, Marion Peck, Hazel R. Gardner, Mary Ashley 1914 Ballou, Pauline T. Loveland, May W. Beecher, Laura Potter, Esther B. Bidwell, Henrietta E. Rhodes, Lydia A. Brown, NI. Isabel Shaver, Gertrude E. Fish, Mildred H. Stevens, Helen L. Weaver, Marion E. 1915 Barker, Marion F. Lighthall, Zade A. Bretz, Marion E. Potter, Dorothy W. Dawley, Katherine Stevens. Mary E. Fwron, Gladys Sears, Kathryn Leete, Helen DeL. Timmerman, Gladys R Whitmarsh, Hazel wo Hundred Forty-eight ' wf M A Awlvvnuwlq 3575 J X7 , , W 1,,. l ll l l' kappa film' mmm li Ili? it is 9 -C I ii U i IJOIIIHIPIJ at JVIOIIIIIOIUII College 1876 Beta Gem Qlbapter estahlisbeu 1883 Bull nt Gtbaptees Adelphi College Adrian College Allegheny College Barnard College Boston University Buehtel College Butler College Colorado State University Cornell University DePauw University Hillsdale College Illinois Wesleyan University Indiana University Iowa State University Kansas State University Leland Stanford, Jr. University Missoixri State University Nebraska State University Northwestern University Ohio State University Swarthmore College Syracuse University Texas State University Tulane University University of California University of lllinois University of Kentucky University of Nlichigan University of lVlinnesota University of Montana University of Pennsylvania University of Toronto University of Washington University of Wisconsin VVest Virginia University VVooster University 'l'wn ll u nil red Fu rly llirlppal ilitllllltl Gamma 30801325 ill Ullllfllfllfifilfl Clark, Polly Cook, Helene Heffner, Elizabeth Lincoln, Mildred Bailey, Hannah Bailey, Mary Bradbeer, Evelyn Davis, Agnes Recd, llflartha Rounds, Mabel Boggs, Dorothy Chapman, Marion Goodell, Mildred Greeley, Evelyn 1 rr 1 111-'iffy 1912 1913 Loomis, Blanche Lowry, Elizabeth Reed, Katherine Slade, Helen Cameron, Jean Fairchild, Pauline Hurd, Alice Potteigcr, Grace 1914 1915 Sherwood, Helen Sutton, Cherrie VVood, Mildred lVIcBerney, Jane Sayre, Florence Thorpe, Christina Wilber, Dona Wilcox, Ethel 'EB appa Zllpba Theta W l"ounrl1'1l nf IJl'PIlll'IU Ufliwrxify 1870 Qlbi Qlbapter zstahlisbetl 1889 Adelphi College Allegheny College Barnard College Brown University Butler College Cornell University DePauw University Indiana University Leland Stanford, Jr. University Northwestern University Ohio State University Syracuse University Swarthmore College Toronto University University of California University of lllinois llinll nt cnlbaptew University University University University University University University University University University University University Vanderbilt of Kansas of Michigan of Minnesota of Missouri of llflontana of Nebraska of North Dakota of Oklahoma of Oregon of Texas of Vermont of Wisconsin University VVashington University VVashington State University Goueher College , Wooster University Two Hundred Fifty-o iliappa alpha Qtbeta Burners in Ullnihzwitntz 1912 Ball, Mary Esther Hix, Juna Belle . Clapp, Mary Garrett Lockwood, Julia Catharine Herr, Florence Virginia Treat, Marguerite Nettie Vvands, Bessie 1913 Banks, Marjorie Elizabeth Morrison, Ruth von Eiff Fisher, Ruth W. Seddon, Florence M. Lux, Marguerite Myers Treat, Barbara Harmon Manier, Emma Fern White, Ruth llflarguerite 1914 Baird, Mildred Elizabeth Preston, Clara Louise Ball, Laura Anita Stephens, Helen Anthony Hoag, Hazel Morgan Stoddard, Winifred Marie Jaynes, Lois C. Valentine, Charlotte Cecelia White, Florence A. 1915 S Audas, Edith Ruth Newman, Anna Ruth Eakins, Lucile Scott, Genevieve Young Tibbits, Elsie Perlee I llxndred Fifty-tw ....L..4.... .. -1A,,l-.A , Ag . , -- ,, A, ,,,,,,..,. ,W uw xwu , :nm Q2 ...... Q -- Q O , 4 . X l lil U l X X ,i f , , if J-' r y 1 Beta 19131 0 ' I 4 I ll l ' d' ' ' --Q 4 5 ' ISOIIIIIIIV! at Mollzllralztll College 1867 Imam pork alpha Qllbtlpter 25ttIl1liSiJ2D 1896 ilinll of Qtbaptwi Middlebury College University of Vermont Boston University Syracuse University University of Toronto George Washington U Ohio University Ohio State University University of Wooster Franklin College University of Indiana Butler College Barnard College Swarthmore College Bucknell University Dickinson College Goucher College niversity Lombard College Knox College Northwestern University University of Illinois Hillsdale College University of Michigan University of Wisconsin Iowa Wesleyan University Simpson College Iowa State College Iowa State University University of Minnesota University of Missouri University of Te University of Wyoming of Colorado of Denver University University Washington University University of Arkansas University of Kansas University of Nebraska University of Oklahoma Newcomb College . xas University of California Leland Stanford, Jr. University University of Washington Two Hundred Fifty-three lDi 'Beta IEDM Enrnteg in Zillnibzviitatz 1912 Baxter, Katherine T. Kirby, Olive Frantz, Lillian lVIaeLachlan, Ruth C Frantz, IVI. Julia Reed, Mabel E. Haith, Edith E. Sheldon, Marion L. Howard, Edna M. Wells, Marion H. 1913 Andrews, C. .Louise Guifford, Genevieve Bishop, C. Evelyn lVIuir, Jean A. Campbell, lvlarjorie Skerritt, Gertrude Clark, Ruth G. Stcinle, Kathryn Golden, Lulu lvl. "l'ayl0r, Florence Grohe, Ina L. '1'hompson, lVIarie E. 1914 Beadle, Mabel NI. Dart, Theodoeia Case, Ruth T. Guild, Emily O. 1 Crane, Jessie lVIurray, Nellie Onderdonk, M. Hazel 1915 Atwater, lvladeline Seull, Lucille Fox, Nlary rllurnbull, Pauline T o Hundred Fifty-four Y J ' GQX W I m QW rn:-umur nu nv mln an 1- unr 4,4111 ,mn In un I r ltr lklln ,. , 2221 1' Q51 x.v" g i I elta Reita ZlBeIta y l l llllll? ti i , it t S l"n11u1l1'11 at Bo.tlon Illli'1'l'l'A'ifj' 1888 21Dmittun Qlbxtpter estuhlisbeu 1896 liinll nt Aclelphi College lioston University Bztrnztrml College Colby College Aclriztn College Knox College University Baker University University of Col University of Iowa o rzlclo Qtbaptwi Saint Lawrence University Syracuse University University of Vermont WCSll'j'ZlIl University University of Minnesota Northwestern University of VViseonsin University of Nebraska University of Oklahoma Sim mson Colle re l . Southwestern University Bucknell University University of Pennsylvztnizt University of Cincinnati Ohio State University llfliumi University Vnnclerbilt University University of California University of Oregon Rundolph-hflztcon Wonmn's College Goucher College DePauw University University of Mississippi Vanderbilt University Trztnsylvzmizt University Stamford University University of Wztsliiiigtoii Two llun1lredFifty-Eve Delta Delta Delta Barnum in Ullnihzwttatz Barcles, Leah Marguerite Dunnegan, Dorothy Hack, Hazel Anna Barbara Mauterstock, Ethel Mersereau, Olive Gertrude Dennis, Ruth 1912 Phelps, Lucy Ada Potts, Helen Quick, Edith May Shaw, Della Stallwoocl, Cissie Lillian M 1913 Munson, Sara Evelyn Stone, Clara Hazel Bassett, Wilhma Esther Caxon, Ethel M. Dobie, Edith Smith, L Harrison, Grace A. F. Hinkley, Margaret Mabel Hotchkiss, Alice D. Judd, Ruth Wright Kent, Irene Marie T Hundred Fifty-si 1914 Dolley, Elsie Louise Hagen, Edith Posthill, Irene Genevieve ucy Elizabeth 1915 Kingsley, Estelle Josephine Mintel, Grace W. Pingrey, Hazel A. l Smith, Elizabeth Olive Shaw, Gladys ay fr A no Na n mum Qx y-I fi: Y,-L M l .-- l :- li I-Ill ' X l l fm fb' i MEDICAL FRATIERN ITY l'lU1lIIl1I'll nf S-1'l'lll'Il.l'l' lflli'Z'l'I'.l'ifj' 1900 Silpbu Qlibapter estuhlisbeu 1900 1B.nlI nt Qtbaptwli Syracuse University -lolins Hopkins Nlcmliczll School VVomen's Medical College of -PCl1l1Sj'lVZl1ll1l 'l'oronto University Tufts College Barnum in Ullnibwiitatc 1912 lVIz1cDowell, limlith A. Riegel, lxI2ll'g2lI'Cff1l R. Bonuses in mths Hancliett, Juliet F., NI. D. . Sweet, Nlary F., NI. D. Scott, lVIzu'y, M. D. Dutclier, Aclelniale, B. S., lll. D Shrimpton, lilizuluctli L., B. S., Nl. D. Two llunilrcil Fifty-S 1 Q: 1 4f , ! Z ll - X ' of 'Til -N Z Belts: Gamma lb X- , ki -- l il W - .1::.-- lg! ,y kffll IV - Ilia 5 . ., i t I Q e 'A .S e i - lm Z ,' ISOIIIIIIVII ai the University of Illissixsippi 1872 1Rbu Qlbapter estahlisben 1901 Washington State University Albion College University of California Buchtel College University of lncliana University of Illinois University of Nebraska University of Micliigaii University of lVIinnesota Syracuse University Northwestern University .F llnnrlrcrl Fifty-cigllt -3B.nII nt crrlbaptzw University of Iowa Leland Stanford, Jr. University University of Colorado Cornell University ' Goneher College University of VVisconsin Adelphi College University of lVIissouri University of ltlaho Ohio State University University of Montana -QM ,I Y 'rx N x - X W ' x IL V 1 , Af. fsnmm'J rannpurmk un Bell, Ruby E. Herpsluerger, Julia Gooclwin, Helen N. Pope, Edith G. Adams, Elizabetli Baclnnan, Ruth Corclonnier, Vera Garrison, Greta Haven, Jane L. Applebee, Helen L. Bell, Edna M. Brintlle, Helen Brown, lVIarion Delta 0511111118 Ensures! in Mllihewitatr 1912 Irwin Tlifmlwetli C WltCll5lII1 C1ut1ude lu White, Gertrude l. 1913 Roper C1111 I Stratton, Ruth G. Kelly, Clarissa Luce, Elizabeth Owens, Alice Stewart, Jennie Wiebe1', Nlilclrecl York, Florence Burnham, Florence Harris, lllinclel R. Jessup, lWiltlrcd Papworth, Alma Smiley, Nlargaret R. Two llundr ll fty 1 J 7 f, if YW 5' . 4,1 lllllllfi il l 'l V U l iBi lamhha Sigma I ' 1 l' gl ' l L' ' LI IIRARY ECONOMY SORORITY l'lfIlIIlIIt'l1 at Sj7l'1ll'1l.W' Urzifvzfrxify 1903 alpha Qlbapter estuhlisben 1903 Barnum in illlnihevsitutz Cady, Carolyn li. Haitli, Edith IC. King, Alice Ruth Lawrence, limma Geer, Nlarguerite 'I'w01lllllC1l'1:1l Sixty 1912 Leland, Jessica li. Saltsman, Sue A. Van Schoick, Mildred Wells, lVIari0n H. 1913 Shaw, Gladys Slocum, Rosalia 1914 Nlulford, Catharine M. via M I HV Trvl-7f.'H1 Ii ish A 4? li I as Zllpba Bit Belts l"oumlv1l at Lonzbard College 1893 Gita Qtbupter 25trIhli5iJ2U 1904 lliull nt Gtbaptew Lombard College Iowa Wesleyan University lVIount Union College Bethany College University of South Dakota Wittenberg College Syracuse University University of Wisconsin University of West Virginia University of Illinois Tufts College University of Nlinnesota University of Washington University of Kentucky University of California Ohio State University Sammi in Ullllihzlfsiitate Baldwin, Ethel Bothwell, Theodora Chadbourne, lfvangeline Denton, Ruhama George, Vivian House, Josephine Barnasky, Doris Bowen, lVIaida Bull, Phoebe Clark, lilizaheth N. lfllis, Hazel Getty, Adelaide Entwistle, 1VIarion Faulhaher, Nlarguerite Karshner, Glendora 1912 Knight, Florence Thornton, Lucilc Vickery, Belle White, Genevieve 1913 lVIerithew, Kate lVIorse, lllarion 1914 Hooker, Louise lVIyers, Jessie Tillapaugh, .lane Warfield, Ethel Wellman, Anne Wheaton, hilarion 1915 Nloore, Hazel lVIuirhead, lflizaheth Nelson, Clara Shields, Helen 'l'wo11'undrcdSi tv e i f ...-- Q -1' f Iflffl af Y Qlllba Gamma Belts: Q Founzled at Syracuse Unifversify 1904 alpha Qllbupter estahlisbeu 1904 llillll nt 4IEDupttt5 Syracuse University University of Kentucky University of Wisconsin Ohio University Wesleyan University DePauw University University of Minnesota Goucher College University of Washington SUEUIZ25 ill Ul1I'lfb2U5ffElf2 Berry, Mina Brooks, lflsie Corey, Mzlrion Fisher, Harriet Bill, Esther M. Fisher, Hazel J. Bielhy, Ruth Brooks, Helen Clark, Pearl Cummings, Gladys Cobb, Ethel M. Aclams, Gladys L. Brown, F. Jeanetta T 'H' nflrefl Sixty-Iwo 1912 Gruhe, Margaret Kewley, Edna Wells, Cassie Wells, lVIerrell M. Workman, Grace A. 1913 Hand, Nlilclrecl L. Hatlielcl, lfclna Rowe, Mary E. 1914 House, Frances L. Ingalls, Frances - McCormack, Blanche Parker, Viola Thompson, Ruth 1915 White, Elizabeth, Brown, Rowena B. Cheney, Muriel A. '13 D ' If , f-ig' X , Q , 1 'ff-fi . fwf 4381 , kk Qi' M N , HH X V x x 1 K N' L A I, Q 5 I , U Q Wm' -.x in Nw ' '- .Mmm M 0 A AAABMAM ' N' .7 '. . ,f , 57715 'fl rAwvm,w mu nu J 1, ,477 ff 1 rl ff 1 i rl'-I n c' 2 1 1 i ev N U 190111111011 at Colby College 1874 QEIJSUUII Qbapter estuhlisben 1905 Colby College Boston University Syracuse University Billings, lVIarion Beatrice Leland, Jessica Ifdgarira Perkins, Marjorie Bibbens, Beatrice Connaughty, Lillian W. Boucher, Irene Brown, Georgia L. Bullard, Hazel Dockum, Ethel R. Harp, lWarjorie Kampfe, Cora Locke. Hazel hlcCartey, Winifrezl Bull nt chapter! University of Illinois Denver University Brown University University of California University of Washington George Wasliingtori University Illinois Wesleyan University hlicltllehury College 30138225 ill Ullllffltfififdff 1912 Peters, Dorothy l. Shaylor, Genevieve Smeacler, Anna 1913 - Spann, Hazel Thalman, Lois H. 1914 Gillette, Caroline W. Kampfe, Clara Rich, lVIarsha J. Smith, Marion A. Wells, Ada D. 1915 Paine, Ella Place, Lena Rooks, Anna Belle Smezuler, Ada Wllitc, Isabel Two llunrlrcd Sixty tl ILX my -M22 1141111 19131 f!EpsnInn Q I , ,i ,. --I E c 1 5 ' . l"o1u1rlz'rl 111 flu' ll'11'lrofmliI1111 C0l'l1'y1' of lllIl.X'il', Cvillffllllllfi, U., 1903 'I' w n IT u Gita Qllbapter estuhlisbeu 1905 mu nt chapters Cincinnati Syracuse Boston St. Louis Ann Arlzor Chicago Detroit Indianapolis Toleclo Ithaca DePauw Gainesville 33503225 ill allllibflfgitilff 1912 Case, Margaret Greiner, Vivian lilla Clarke, Frances Webb Hurst, Florence Marie Livingston, lone Hamlin l9l3 Lewis, lirma Parker, Grace Evelyn Powers, Hazel li. 191-l Oswald, Hazel Viola Payne, liclna Kitturali Sherwood, lVIarie Marguerite l9l5' lVIoyer, Anna Patterson, Ferne Rosengrant, Nlary Stillwell, lVIartilc West, Gertrude Baker, Frances Brown Colin, Hazel Marie Damms, l'ltl1el lu. Alllwriglit, lilizaluetli L. Garland, Ruth Krug, Gcrtrucle llflatilcla Braun, Priscilla Coutant, liva Fanclier, litllel Hull, lVIarguerite Mcjury, lirclinc nrlri-1lSixly-fnur - 1, 5.4.1 - ,ij"-11-. 552' ' ,,.. ,,,- .'-,w 3-.--x,1y.." - f in-fn' y ni," ' N H V P J' f-.gf , ,:f, Q .,,l..5,l. ,g. 2... ...g -. - ' - ' f 'Q :,.7. ,',,.,1.,y.,. Y. -T.- , -. .sr ., --.p 5 .., -- .- .g. . " A'W'?3i '7"'9: q " f 1'W'g,: 'i'5'k ' A A ' V mx 3, ,A , ' 1: -., .L N . 'r I ' af K 1 'QW S' 1:3 'vii- A X .5 . 1 , A . W. . Q. . .. 'klfdi ' - Dpi. Q 11' 'jc -:P . 5 1 1. "ff , fig? l I9-fr' T I i, -gf lu M .. W . .4 L, . ,I .1 IN fx , ef V 4 ' ' 'AM i f .JV y . -yup - '.53'-,. 'Q' ggi' n '.vgj q 51-5 W5 ,vfsm ,, . mi my-.. , .,y N 1.3. ' W 964: '- N N J. W If 4 lt! ' 5 . Q V- . wi' ' , af vn':. ' V -1 . .+ " uk!! r '1 Y ' ' . V , Q , ' 1' v H 1 H - N N . Wf- .gq , -vu ' A , , gy ji: ' . - - . , H.. . - .1 an " 1 - lx , O 1 . 4 :M LQ f 4 I-zfif' v A . 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Shafer, Mary lflizaheth 1913 Durbin, lVIary Louise Lamb, Florence lllarie Deavor, Ruth Lee Langford, lfclna B. lfllenherger, lilizaheth Skiff, lfmma Loomis Hess, lfmily Christine Smith, Alice llflary Gillette, Ethel Clare Taylor, Bernice IC. Ten lfyck, .lanette C. 1914 Griflith, Laura Grace Pearson, Georgiana W. Hiller, Mahel Louise VVeyrauCh, Nlargery Hoople, Ruth A. VVright, Ethel M. 1915 Angel, Nlarion Gerrard Brelsforcl, Iona May lVIills, Rhea 13. Rulancl, Dora llfl. W1'igl1t, lone lf. Two llunilred Si t fi q. , l l'-N . Zllatbea 43, 1-.1- Foznzzlefl at Syraruse 1907 Sumatra! in Ullnibewitatz 1912 Barton, I. Lucilc Colson, hflabel IC. Hale, Clara A. Snow, Martha 1913 Adams, lidith L. Cummings, Grace D. Davis, Milclrcfl A. Thompson, Lora 1914 Davis, Ruby M. Farrington, Florence 1915 Sargent, Martha Two l'llll'lIll'K'fl Sixly- Jcnnison, M. Camilla MacDowell, liclith A. Riegel, Margaretta R B. limmerling, Iantha S. Gardner, liclith M. Marwell, 'llhercsa - V. 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TYVWZ ' 'E-QM 523 1-1,1111-1' 11 11' 4111 '51 gy- 'QSM .1,,.. . lf: 4 .ff ,Iwi , ..1-11 1 fi' 2:33 W. 1.,., N A. 1 11- 11 :11 Q.. -173' 'KW :1 11:f '11 1,513 111164, 5 1 'Mm A, . c, W5 , i s J M fy! pil' ff l fi if f s l l 1 i " i ,f sipna epsimn ima I l l . i 9! e M EDICAL SORORITY Founzlerl at the UlIi1'l?l'3'ifjI of fllizrlzigafz 1890 immhna Qlbupter estahlisbeu 1909 University of Nlicliigan University of Chicago Cliuslil Miami Medical College University of Wisconsin University of Nlinnesota Cornell University llinll ut ruibaptetff WfJl11ZllllS College of Pliilzulelpliia University of California College of Physicians and Surgeons, Chicago College of Physicians and Surgeons, San Francisco Syracuse University burners in Zlllnihmditute 1912 Hale, Clara Amelia Milnioe, Julia A. . Barnum in Ullvhz Carroll, Grace Consuelo, NI. D., '10 Cobb, Mabel L., NI. D., ,OS Cullings, Helen M., M. D., l86 Dunn, Irene M., M. D., '09 Two lTundresISixly- e ...S e 1- ilg: -L 7 C C C I1 X 1 X , ly can emma i 4 if 4 I-gil, l D' -- JL' YY gr ' A- 6 FOIIIIIZHII al the Univfzfrsily of A7'kfl7l.S'!l.Y 1895 Ulpsilun Simba Qllbapter estahlisbeu 1911 University of Arkansas Transylvania University Union University University of Mississippi Randolph Macon College Tulane University-Ncwco University of Tennessee University of lllinois Northwestern University University of Wisconsin University of California University of Kansas University of Nebraska IKUII of OIUMJIKBE mb College West Virginia University University of Micliigan University of Colorado Columbia University Dickinson College Florida Women's College Colby College University of Washington University of Oregon George Washington University Tufts University Syracuse University University of Texas West Virginia University V l vo llunrlrecl Sixty-eight 1 I X Qxxy Q4' J JM Q Q VI , ,Viv ' ,fy fhrf 1, .L -V. fgs f' . 'my " I , "N M Qlbi Hlbmega 5050525 in Ul1I'tfU2If5ifBf2 Cashman, Mzirie E. Butterfield, Fanny Mae Feigel, Edith E. Fcr1'ee, Mary Bassett, Elizabeth Gyatt, Florence Cashman, lVIarguerite Dickerson, Leslie Failing, Florence GRADUATE 1912 1913 Potter, Louise 1914 lVIesser, Grace 1915 Hoffstetter, Rose E. Heidecke, Theresa E. Pattyson, lwary VVebher, Aleyne Kelley, Mildred Paul, Laura Mayf Greaves, lithel Jamieson, lVIary Tiffany, hflarguerite Two Hundred Sixty-ni Q.-Q ' M QEIJ1 Tlipsllun -flea, ORATORICAL SORORITY 3 Q Founzlwl at Syrrufusc Urlizfersity 1911 Qllpbtl Qllbtlptet bncnrw in Zlllnihztditate 1913 Beulah Baer Lillian Baer Ella G. Chatham lllildred L. Taylor 1914 Kathrine M. Lyon Nellie A. Multer Kathryn A. Wilcox Louise Crane Belle K. Golden Sarah G. Grover Jennie A. Pincus Emily Roe bonuses in jfacultate Professor Irene Sargent Maud Cody Two Hundred Seven ty Mrs. Florence Wood Am sq xx 1 F x E S 3 f , W! ' 'i S 1 5 1 ! "1 4 a " 'A I 1 5 1 .W Men's Phi Kappa Alpha Tau Theta Upsilon Senior Dinner Club Iota Omega Omicron Devil's Own . . Corpse and Cofiin Monx Head . Double Seven Delta Tau . . Theta Nu Epsilon Skull and Serpent Beta Delta Beta Pi Phi Mu .. . Womcn's Eta Pi Upsilon Iota Alpha NIU . Iota Tau . . Sigma Theta Xi . Phi Beta Kappa . Sigma Xi . . Tau Beta Pi . Pi Phi Chi . Theta Beta Phi . Delta Sigma Rho Pi Delta Epsilon . Alpha Omega Alpha unrl1'c1lScve11ty t Qlilass Sucizties Kappa . Ipunutarp Societies Memb 1891 8 1904 7 1903 12 1904 ' 12 1909 13 1901 12 1902 15 1902 14 1910 12 1872 19 1902 12 1887 16 1910 10 1898 27 1901 12 1903 .15 1902 12 1896 25 1904 . . 1906 18 1906 ll 1907 13 1906 3 1909 9 1911 6 il9iJi kappa Qlpba SENIOR SOCIETY Esmblishrvl at Syr1u'u.v1' U nifverxily 1891 W" 'T l llelms ll1f.'fl'1ll1Illll Bryant Cooper Norton R4-nlpaili Allis, VVilliam llf., '06 Blanchard, Orlo D., '0l Boland, John C., '99 Bond, George H., '97 Brewster, Neal, '02 Brown, Aneil D., '03 Chappell, Clayton B., '08 Clary, F. Wa1'e, '02 Cooney, Charles IC., '97 Cooper, lves, '99 Costello, Henry D., '01 Coulte1', J. Harvey, '10 Darby, Wzilter A., 'll Denton, Edgar, Jr., 'll Bryant, Walter' H. Cooper, Ransom, Jr. Ingraham, Edgar B. Fogg 5 jfvatresi in Ullrhc Distin, J. Arthur, '05 Dorr, Carl lf., '00 lCldredge, Frank E., 'IO Groat, William A., '97 Hansen, Emil, '08 Hartman, Harry H., 'll Hayward, John W., 'll ldc, Edward C., '01 Johnson, Byron A., 'll Kimmel, Claude L., '05 Larkin, Albert E., '97 Lee, Harry G., '99 Lee, Harry S., '99 Loucks, IC. Winship, '08 jnatrw in mlrihzmitatz 1912 Fogg, Preston D. Helms, Paul H. Norton, Karl B. 'r XValdrm1 Lyon, ml. Fred, '00 Miehell, VVillis H., '99 U'Neil, Frank H., '04 Palmer, Charles L., '00 'l'lumh, Frederick H., '06 Porter, Wilfred W., Jr., '09 Post, Charles D., '02 Reed, George S., '08 Smalley, Frank Nl., '98 Stedman, lVIurray S., 'l0 Stilwell, Ralph L., '05 Stimson, James, '08 Waters, Frank, 'll Wehh, Arthur A., '0l Rcidpath, Charles D. Walclrori, Harold R. wo Hundred Seventy-three Eau Theta Tihipsilun SENIOR SOCIETY l'l0llll1ll'Il IQUJ Ansley Ss-lunicxling Fo Kunz Hrmvn llyrnvs . jlffltllfg ill alllfllf Cheney, Lloycl L., '05 Parsons, Jerome J., '07 Doust, Brewster C., 'll Peterson, Ray A., '10 lClaeling, George L., '10 Phelps, Prunlc E., '06 Hinsclnle, lru A., '10 Stoclclurcl, Fred AP., '08 lVl2llD2lSS, l'll'ilI1lC P., 'IO Townseml, William W lVIille1', W. Porter, '09 Wilson, Jzunes H., '10 Holzwzlrtlr, Ray, 'll Wooal, liurle VD., '06 jfratrw in Ullnibevsiiitatz lQl2 Ansley, lCrncst C. Crim, Howell QD. Brown, Renwick M. Fox, Frccl F. Byrnes, Robert H. Kurtz, Howard W, Sclnnienling, W,ZlltCl' F. I llunrlrcnl Seventy-four ' , Seninr Dinner QEIuh Foumlwl 1903 llnrleigh VVa1mIron Grinnn Lununings l'l'1 'l' XII . .lx .m 1 5l'lllll'llllIll l'op,p, C 1 'Un IL' Nur! liinlvwlc HI! iiiwibent 9L9en1hw3 Brown, Aneil D., '0-l- Distin, J. Arthur, '04 Greenland, Edward H., '05 Plartman, Harry H., '11 Hayward, John W., '11 Henderson, Harvey N., '04 Hitelicock, Hubert H., '10 Jones, Fred G., '06 Kellogg, Joseph W., '08 lioucks, IC. VVinsl1ip, '08 lwalpass, Frank P., '11 Allen, Williziiii A. Burleigh, P. Gray Clark, Azzel, Jr. Cooper, Ransom, Jr. Cummings, George W. Davis, William 1912 1VIclQennan, Calvin W., '03 lVIerCer, Russel, '08 0'Neill, Frank H., '04 Parsons, J. Jerome, '07 Pendill, Willoughby C., '10 Peterson, Ray A., '10 Porter, Wilfred W., Jr., '09 Stilwell, Ralph, L., '05 Tlloinpson, Eugene A., '08 Van Duyn, Wilbur, '06 Woholahan, John, '09 Fogg, 'Preston D. Grimm, John lngraham, Edgar B. Norton, Karl B. Sclloepllin, Paul H. Waldron, 'Harold Two Hundred Scvcntv f' iinta QBmega QBmic1fnn kappa iKl1Utk2r5 Qllllh SENIOR MEDICAL SOCIETY PHOIIIIIIFII at Syr1uru.v1' U zzifvzfrsify 1904 MCNH1' HeNe1'nc-y Mnlmney Moore R4-tml Benton, Frederick G. Gilmore, Harry L. Kzlllett, Aaron H. Mahoney, Willizlrml J. McNitt, Harold W. lVIcNerney, 'William J. ii 0 Reeve Mel luiro K lm re Si nz Ixlll It Swemhzri 'l'wo Hundred Seventy-si'4 Ilenlun Sengfrirl Mc:GLli1'e, Robert J. Nloore, Roy S. Reeve, George H. Rctan, George M. Sezlgfrid, Raymond Sisson, Laurence B. B ehiI's 09mm SENIOR LAW SOCIETY l"olu1rJwI al Sj'I'll!'ll.K'l' Ufli'1'1'r.rily H109 Murray IlcSilva. Rngg Sclimiuding llillni Clark ll. Cnnnning.:s Frank Locke C. C'nmnnng,s Grillin Crane Qlpcmhwi 1912 Clark, Azzcl, Jr. Crane, Robert E. Cummings, Charles F. Cummings, George W. Davis, William S. De Silva, Howard C. Sclimieding, Walter F Griffin, Joseph D. Frank, William H., Jr Hilbert, J. Leo Locke, William H. Nlurray, Henry B. Rugg, William W. Two llnnrlrcd Seventy Qcv Qlita Bi Tllipsilnn SENIOR SOCIETY I"0lHll1l'I1 at Sjll'lIl'1lSl? U 11i'v0r.vify 1898 l Bell XVaterhury Gruhe l'cters X'Vells Clarke liyer Sleehhlhwnvkc Perkins lamwry Tdiornton Brooks llnHey Ivy ldHlHHH Lockwood Turner .Innes Livingstone Shaw Nvwlflllfl , VVfU"l5 Beal Stallwoocl Lincoln liillflwlll bonanza! in Ullrhe Brooks, Elizabeth N., '05 Brown, Lois, '05 Johnson, Edna, '10 Kennedy, Sybil, 'll lllcliinley, Mary E., '02 Curtis, Mary E., '01 Dick, Amelia fDurkesJ, '02 Mott, lVlary CBrownj, '06 Dills, Anna CAveryJ, '01 Ferguson, Ma1'ion, '05 Fox, Elsie, '07 Meyer, Ada, '09 O'l-lara, K. Grace, '07 Nearing, Charlotte Q Chaffee J, '02 Glanding, Margaret, '11 Glass, Orville, '03 Nye, Edith, '00 Northrup, Edith, '08 Gowing, Martha, '06 Harbronck, Josephine, '02 Hawley, Grace CLyonsj, '03 Rumrill, Sarah E., '04 Baldwin, Ethel Beal, Blanche Bell, Ruby Brooks, Elsie Bullcy, Rachel Clarke, Frances Grube, Margaret Gyer, Greta Jones, Bessie 'Fwo llnndrcd Se V Rhodes, Mabel C., '98 Burnrezi in Ullnihzrsitatz Joy, Genevieve Latham, Bertha , Lincoln, Mildred Livingstone, lone Lockwood, Julia Lowry, Elizabeth Perkins, Marjorie Peters, Dorothy Rowland, Bernice enty-eight Roe, Eva, '05 - Sherwood, Carrie, '08 Shinaman, Ada, '09 Smith, Eva, '03 Telfer, Anna CSearlj, '0-l Volinski, Sara, '99 Warner, Florence, '09 Wheatley, Mary V., '98 White, l. Elizabeth, '10 Woodford, Gertrude, '03 VVheeler, Fern, '08 Shaw, Della Smith, Joy K. Stallwood, Lillian Steel-Brooke, Gertrude 'l'hornton, Lucile Turner, Alice Wands, Bessie Waterbury, Gertrude Wells, Marian Culnrpse ani: Qiuffin .I U N IOR SUCI Ii'l'Y l'f.s'l1lbfi.vll1'rf 1901 f VCI-UI ll1l1'Vl'Y 'l'llCliCI' Gibson Richl D rby lfrank Ilualy McDowell Clmppell Van Ilnscr Sykes 1912 Byrnes, Robert H. lngraham, lidgar B. Cooper, Ransom, Jr. Norton, Karl B. Eastmcad, Douglas H. Reidpath, Charles D. Fox, Fred F. Schoepflin, Paul H. Gleason, Harry A. Waldron, Harold R. Heir, lfrcdericlc 1913 Chappell, Donald E. Darby, Samuel E. Frank, William H. Gilbert, H. Clifford Gregg. lylahon H. Harvey, William G. Healy, Williziimi V. Mc Dowell, Robert P. Riehl, Albert H. Sykes, Roy O. Tucker, Raymond M. Van Duser, G. Rhodes Two Hundred Seventy ni jlillunx Esau JUNIOR SOCIETY l"ol1nrl1'1l 1 9112 Hclnisiettcr Ilroughzun Smith Lfriuuuius Noxou lilwrle .Iii e Giles Witzel Ilessant 'Vluirslon Allen Petigrue Graves Cllillllllllll . 1912 Boggs, Thomas lCclgar Lommis, Lehigh Irving Brown, Renwick M. liougee, Earl S. Coman, Charles Briggs lVleyer, George F. Cummings, George Willizlili Plunkett, Eclmuncl R. Gabel, William J. Quinn, Elmer G. Hand, Newton Foss Ryan, Lewis Cook Kurtz, Howard William Wilson, William Dexter 1913 W0 Allen, Lloyd Frederick Bessant, William T. Brougham, Dewitt Crimmins, John D. Eberle, Allison F. Giles, Clarence W. Tlunfl red Eighty Graves, Roger C. Helmstetter, Elgin li. Noxon, James A. ' Smith, George K. Thurston, George li. VVitzel, A. Edward ZBuuhIe Seven NI UN IOR SOC! li'l'Y ISUYIIIIIIYI at Syrfu'11.v1' l!lIi7't'I'.Vffj' 1911: Smith Kinsinnn Klnrsh Simmons Mason 'I'iIT:lny Seiigslzivlwii I'nrsnns XVL-inicrl, l':illyson Simpson llrillvy jflfilffff ill mlllhflfgifllff flsllilullilff John Vincent Low, '10 1912 Barry, Carl lf. Bishop, Harold IC. llnrlcigli, P. Gray Camp, Samuel H. Cooney, Frank V. Dexter, Burr T. Gyatt, William P. Parsons, Floyd A. N Tiffany, Raymond IL. Sengstuclcen, Royal F. Smith, Oliver J. Pzlttyson, Harry A. Dee, Mo1'1'is J. Braley, C. Reuse 1913 T w Hilbert, J. Leo Lcicht, lilmer J. Nlclntosh, Wziltari' P Pzirrisli, Charles li. Sawens, R. Hale Stueber, I". Waltci' Topping, Hurry R. Mzisoii, Harry VVeimcrt, LeRoy Simmons, Harry M. Simpson, Alfred D. Crawford, James G. Kinsman, Alfred J. lllarsh, Adclbert H. o Hundred Eighty 0 ?BeIta Gian jfratzrnitp fin UNIUR SOCIETY llllllffl 111 Sj'l'lll'll.S'l' llYlli7'I'l'.S'if.l' Sllpba Qlbupter 19111 Reltl Phelps Alpha Beta Gamma . Delta Bostick, lvfaner H. Buchannan, George Clark, Azzel, Jr. Jennings, William, .ll Chapman, George J. Hall, William W. Lee, George F. lVIaCl3ean, Harold C. llall Clxsqvnnnn Stevenson Pnlfural l S l Munro .ee llinll nt clllbalptrw fc IWZIYZ Nlacllenn Syracuse University Colgate University Penn State University Lehigh University jfvutvesi in Ulluiheusitute l9l2 Qlillson, Willard R., Keefer, Karl lW. lVlaynarml, Clarence I". Uclay, Arthur li. 1913 lVInnro, lfvllllillll A. Nix, Leon A. Phelps, Howartl NI. Plllfflfll, lfranlc U. wo llnnllrerl liighty-two Rngg, VVillia1n W. Sheely, Fretlericlc L. Sweet, Willizliii P. Waterman, l"reclericlc C Reiml, James R. Stevenson, Chester A. Schwarz, Seymour C. Wachter, Joseph Ziuta Zllpba 534111 .I U NIUR SUCl I5'l'Y lf.VfllbfiA'lll'Il I QU I llnrilner llanlcs l.ux Lelnnil Kennedy Ball, .lCstl1er Beal, Blanche liell, Ruby IC. Brooks, lfflla ll, Buck, Josephine Bnllcy, Rachel Banks, Nlarjorie Cook, MZll',fIllCl'lfL? Draime, Ed na Gardner, lVIary Goodwin, Helen N. Kennedy, Celia I'nlIeip'er Goodwin bcniow EDU115 nt 1913 Morrison Ilrninie Cook 'I':1ylnr Davis, lflorenee l. Latham, Bertha Lowry, Elizalmetli llflanterstock, Ethel Tillson, Pilizalmetli Turner, Alice F. Leland, Rachel Lux, Nlargnerite NI. lVIorrison, Ruth von I Potteiger, Grace Stone, Clara H. Taylor, Florence 'l' w o Tl' n nd re cl liig Gil? lily-thr Ulibeta u Cllipsilun l"u1m1l1'1l 111 M!f'.S'll'j'llll U11i1'z'r.vily l87ll lfrllplwl lS7.:' 'l.l'lI'UL'kI!llIl'llIll hlillens l'rnpsL llulse ll'al'1lcll Sweet Grimes l'rin1e Louther llurringer Taylor Macllean llrewstcr Vrolnan 1B.nlI of cltbaptetri Syracuse University Union University University of California Colgate University Kenyon College Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute Stevens institute of Technology Lafayette College Wooster University University of lVIaryland lvlassachusetts Institute of Technology Baltimore College of Dental Surgery Yale University Ohio Northern University Rutgers College Ohio State University 'liwo Hundred Eighty-four Bowdoin College University of Kansas Ohio Wesleyan University University of lVIaine 'University of Virginia Case School of Applied Science University of Vermont lVIassachusetts Agricultural College University of Miclmigaii 'Purdue University Harvard University Colby University Jefferson Meclical College St. Lawrence University Baltimore Medical College University of Wyoming Qtbeta mu Qlipsilun jfvatnm in jhinulratz Jacob C. Gramlich, lVl.lC., Assistant Professor of Practical lVIechaniCs. Nforgan R. Sanford, NI. S., Lecturer on Nleteorology. Thomas F. Keene. Coach of Track Athletics. Bostielc, Maner H. Bryant, Walter H. Byrnes, Walter H. Curtiss, Carlton C. lngraham, liclgar B. Jacobson, Gerald N. Allen, Lloycl F. Bessant, VVilliam T. Chappell, Donalcl lf. Crawford, James J. llarhy, Samuel lC., Jr Giles, Clarence VV. Gregg, lWahon H. Barringer, Henry J. Bircl, Victor Brewster, Mo1'ell Grimes, William H. Harclell, Arlington T. Hulse, William T. Lamherson, Kenneth N. Louther, Alexander H. lVIacBean, Harold C. jftiltlilii ill Ul1lliiJZl35ifHff Jennings, William ll., Jillson, Will:li'cl R., Jr. Kurtz, Howarcl VV. Lougee, lffarl S. Schoepllin, Paul H. VVilson, VVilliam lf. ' 51321110115 clEf:QDfficin nt 1913 iDZbilill1!5 nt 1914 Wusthof, William H. Harvey, VVilliani G., Jr. Healey, VVilliam V. Kinhach, George F. iVlcDowell, Rohert ll. llflilforcl, Henry lf. lllurray, H. Loomis Smith, George K. Millens, Ray W. Potter, Raye H. Prime, Raymoncl C. Propst, Rudolph W. Putnam, Ronald VV. Sweet, Gerrit L. Taylor, Garrick NI. Throekmorton, Leroy S. Vroman, Amos wo Hundred lE'ig'hty-five bkull anh berpent sovuomolus socnzry Fo zzmlwl 1902 Nolmnn llaligllvy i':1rt-v Sumnn-rvillc lianlca linrfh-n llavis i'nrla-r Sli lil lllllllIj.Lt'I' loom X Navi! liarnarml, Dana W. lircwstcr, Floyfl lj. W Brown, 'Renwick linrlcigli, 'l'. Gray Crosby, Paul 'l'. lfulmcr, H crlwrt C. Graves, Roger C. liartlcn, Clifford A. Carey, Arthur L. Carter, William S. Davis, Clarence jl:l5l'Ifl7F5 in Ullnihevsiitatc 1912 Clark, Amt-I, Jr. Davis, William S. Fox, lfrccl l". nlonvs, 'l'. Rayniontl I9l3 Kesler, Lt-lancl W. Robertson, Miltfs lC. SW:-ct, William C. IOI4 Haugllcy, .lamvs l'. Hilfingcr, Martin l". Kanka, Robert J. Norman, Walter J. w llnnclrucl liighty-Six Meyer, George l". Miller, lfllclon VD. Rciclpatli, Cliarlcs ll. Sykvs, Roy O. Tiffany, Raymond E. NVaclswortl1, Clair W Scott, Graytlon VV. Sliaul, lilmcr B. Summerville, Allen H 'l'oon1cy, Arthur D. Zluta Uliau SOPHOMORE SOCIETY .l'l0TI?lI1l'Il IQ03 Ellis Dolmic Rounds Vcndorf Stcvcns Albright Vilhile Clark Rhodes llidwcll Adams Wells Crane Sclinnpp gfllfmlg Baldwin, Ethel Ball, Esther Batterson, Harriet Y. Bnlley, 'Rachel Clarke, Frances Bailey, lVIary Greene Briggs, Augusta Connanghty, Lillian Corbett, Clara P. Day, Blanche Hunting Adams, Ruth Albright, Elizabeth L. Bidwell, Henrietta E. Clark, Ruth Crane, Phila Grossman, Hilda Haith, Edith E. Harrington, Leah Herr, Florence Latham, Bertha mb! Cllffillm Elf 1913 Dennis, Ruth Ellenberger, Elizabeth Gibson, Elizabeth Hancock, lVIartha Knight, Florence UDB ITG nt 1914 Dobie, Edith Ellis, Hazel Pendorf, Ernestine Rounds, Malnel Rhodes, Lydia T w 0 I lVIorrison, Anna J. Nan, Margaret S. Peters, Dorothy J. Shaw, Della lVIartin, Helen F. lWcDonald, Lura Shaw, Florence Skerritt, Gertrude Sehaupp, A. Elizabeth Stephens, Helen A. Wells, Ada Weyrauclm, lVIarjory VVhite, Florence A. Iundred Eighty-seven Beta alta Beta FRESI I MAN SOC! ETY l'l0llHllt'lf nl Sjll'f1l'lI.Yl' lflli7'f'I'A'ifj7 1887 Silpba Qlbapter lffllflfffl 1887 W0 Sweet Xvllmlllll Iloyil Sninniervillw Ilownum linker Ilrewsirr I'rnne Ilillingrr Nlilnes l:1lI'I'lIIgt'l' V roman Amherst College Colgate University Hamilton College Lafayette College New York University lllll1fll'l'fll':lHlllV-Gigli! l'oIler llinll Df GIDUIJIUEE Rensselaer Polytechnic lnstitutc Syracuse University Stevens lnstitute of Teeliiiology WlftCI1l7lll'g College VVooster College 1 bznim: Qmbeusnpbisdtd Allen, William A. Barnard, Dana W. Barron, Edwyn L. Bostick, Mariel' H. Byrnes, Robert H. Archdeacon, Ralph W. Bessant, William H. Fulmer, Clifford H. Gibson, Lester L. Kinback, George F. Marvini, Kenneth T. Clark, Azzel, Jr. Cooper, Ransom, Jr. Loomis, Leigh J. Miller, Eldon D. Schoepflin, Paul H. Qluninu 1Bam5bw5 Parrish, John B. Smith, George K. Harter, Ralph S. Van Duser, G. Rhodes Phelps, Howard M. Tiffany, Raymond E. QUIJDUIUUBB flllfiftllf Baker, Eugene C. Barringer, Henry Boyd, William E. Brewster, lVIorell K. Hilfinger, Martin F. Milleiis, Ray W. Potter, Raye H. Prime, Raymond C. Summerville, Allen H. Sweet, Gerrit L. Vroman, Amos Wrlstliof, William H. jFcz:5bmau Suhfhehilfi Armstrong, Richard N. Barnum, Dwight S. Collins, Wentworth Eaton, Seymore, Jr. France, Robert C. Frost, John R. Griffeth, Eckel Guion, Herbert R. Hallett, George W. Keefer, Deane Koettertz, Fred O. Kompf, Walter J. Nichols, Stephen E. Purdy, Elwood D. Smith, Lyman S. Whitaker, Spencer J., r Two Hundred Eiglty n ' Sigma Ulbeta Xi FRESHMAN SOCIETY Founded 1902 Rl. i ' 5- ' .. N . - - Q' ax ' A l - ,Q i ,il I ' ' : X - l J. . ' ' -, , L , - Q W , 4 - F A - f'7. . R f ' vi X i: ' 4 h v . , xt- f .. 3 . - 1 Q., ., I . tk V .f , ' ,iw , R b I V, lfnkins Scott Potter Newin in llrelz ll':u'l'is Nottinghznn Davis Gwynn Liprlxlllzill Freem beninrsi Heal, Blanche G. Hix, Juna B. Herr, Florence Joy, Genevieve F Two llnnrlrell Ninety -1- . King, Ruth lVI. Newcomb, Rose A. Price, Emily F. Sweeney, Elizabeth M Cook, Marguerite Day, Blanche Gardner, lVIary Gray, Marguerite Hess, Lillian Lowell, Alwilda Beecher, Laura Dart, Theodoeia Evans, Dora Golden, Belle Guild, Emily Hoag, Hazel Bretz, Marian Davis, Dorothy Freeman, Marjorie Gwynne, Dorothy Harris, Harriet Lighthall, Zaycle Sigma Gtbeta Ii Zuuiowd bnpbnmnvesi jfvedbmen Mansfield, Mabel Merriam, Mary Morrison, Ruth Neal, Helen Snyder, Ethel Wcfsco, Eleanor Potter, Esther Smith, Wiiiifred Stedman, Louise Stevens, Helen Thompson, Grace Valentine, Charlotte Nottingham, Helen Newman, Ruth Ohnstrand, Aileen Potter, Dorothy Scott, Genevieve Tibbets, Elsie Two Hundred Ninety o I 7 191 bu jlillu FRESHMAN SOCIETY Foruzdwl 1910 Norris UllSl111l1ll1 li1ll'lllg Kingsley Slllllll Gerlaek Kinsey Shaw Miller Allen, NVilliam A. Ansley, lfrnest C. Brown, Renwick NI. Allen, Lloyd F. Darby, Samuel IC. Glismann, Carl H. Ayling, John G. Barden, Clifford A. Lothrop, Charles Louther, Alexander Cathan, George U. Gcrlack, Herbert Glismann, Ma1'vin Beninvsi Burleigh, P. Gray Byrnes, Robert H. Clark, Azzel, Jr. Serena, liarl Qluninw Giles, Clarence W. Price, Charles V. Riehl, Albert H. bnpbumured Mae Bean, Harold C. North, Edison K. Notman, Walter J. Plough, Kenneth A. jfffgbmfn Haring, Reuben Kingsley, Grover Kinsey, H. Merritt Smith, Howard Two Hundred Ninety-two Loomis, Leigh Lyons, John C. Montgomery, J. Arthur Simmons, Harry M. Sykes, Roy O. 'l'hurston, George B. Shaul, Elmer B. '1'hroekmarton, Roy Will iams, Roger lyliller, George Norris, Harold Shaw, Walter HONOIZAQY SOCIETIES iBbi Beta kappa 3192111 pork iliuppu Qlbapter I Iltllllilf . I Ill l1'r'.s'i1lm1t . Sun ary . I 1 llIlllI'!'l' . Qlbfffffffi fl!! 1911112 Professor P. O. Plate, A.M llflr. lf. l. lfmlgcoinb. A.lVI. Professor NV. I-I. llfletzler, P llflr. Henry Phillips, A.lXfl. cllflcrtinns from the Cullum nt 1911 hflcrlc Albinzl Bell Belle D. lfoysen Alta Cook Milclrccl L. C1 Jcmx nod VVinifrecl F. 'Draper lilszl M. Ferguson John' R. Fronc lVI:u'g:n'et Glancling Bertha Hirshbcrg Carlton B. Hutchings Charles G. Inman Celia L. Kzulffinzln Rich U. Whitney Florence D. Kelsey lilhert F. King Lillian F. Leonzml Eflxvzml D. B. Lynde Alvuh T. Otis ICclw:u'ml H. Perkins l. G. Rosemherg Annu Shzxpcro Harry H. Skerrift Hurry C. Smith Nluy F. Topping Verner J. VV:1rncr h.D Two llnnxlrm-il Ninety-thr bigma Xi l'l0Zllllll.'l1 1886 Syracuse Qlbupter estahlisbeu Spay 18, 1906 l,l'l'5iIl1?I1l . . Vim'-l"1'csi1lc'nf . Svcretrlry . f . I rear urer Co unselor . Archibald, IC. H., Ph.D Clark, H. A., A.M. Graham, W. P., Ph.D. Hargitt, C. W., 'Ph.D. Hargitt, G. T., Ph.D. Pattee, li. N., M.S. Kent, Wm., Ph.D. Steensland, H. S., M.D. Bullard, W. G., Ph.D. Decker, F. F., Ph.D. Pratt, Daniel, A.M. Maxoii, W. R., Ph.D. Wilcox, W. G., Ph.D. Smith, E. R., B.S. Hanford, G. A., M.D. SDfffE2I35 T C Professor . . Hopkins, Ph.D. Professor M. S. Dooley, A.B. Professor CL H. Richardson, Ph.D Professor F. F. Decker, Ph.D. . . . Professor W. H. lVIetzler, Ph.D. dlibatter Qlpenuhzw Hart, H. F., A.M. Hopkins, T. C., Ph.D. Kirkwood, J. IC., Ph.D. Metzler, W. H., Ph.D. Nugent, P. C., Ph.D. Smith, H. M., Ph.D. 91321115225 Rice, S. H., Ph.B. Lindsey, L., Ph.D. Brunell, R. F., Ph.D. Smith, B. G., A.B. Smith, B., Ph.D. Peck, H. A., Ph.D. Shaw, L. J., lVI.S. Shepard, G. H., Ph.D. Metzler, G. F., Ph.D. Hartwell. F. W., B.S. Richardson, C. H., Ph.D. Harris, W. D., A.M. Morecroft, J. H., M.S. Mzly, A. J., M.A. Hulst, F. A., lVI.D. Congdon, IC. D., Ph.D. Wager, R. IC., M.A. Bray, W. L., Ph.D. Senior, H. D., M.D. Knowlton, F. P., M.D. Packard, C., M.S. Clark, B. W., M.S. Howland, R. B., Ph.M. Loomis, N. li., M.S. Keenan, lf. C., Ensign, U.S.N. Blackman, M. W., Ph.D. Brown, H. H., M.S. Lake, D. B., NLS. Lawrence, J. N., lVI.S. Northcotte, 'A., A.M. Bronson, lf., M.S. Kern, J. W., M.S. Two Hundred Ninety-four Reese, A. M., Ph.D. Roe, IC. D., Jr., Ph.D. Rogers, C. G., Ph.D. Saunders, F. A., Ph.D. Smallwood, W. M., Ph.D Conway, F. F., lVI.S. Dooley, M. S., A.B. Pennington, L. H., Ph.D. Nlitchell, L.,'C.E. Harvey, F. A., 'Ph.D. Haskell, R. H., M.D. Cunningham, J. W., lVI.S. Northrup, J. D., B.S. Nleader, F. NI., M.D. Clark, lf. G., B.S. Phillips, R. L., 'Ph.D. Cashman, M. lf., B.S. Merritt, IC. R., A.B. ' Smallwood, C., lVI.lC. Brainerd, A. lf., B.S. Gordon, N. lf., B.S. Perry, C. W., B.S. Whitney, R. D., FF. lWcCarthy, EF., M.S.F. Ward, H. C., Ph.D. 3192111 Pennsylvania Alpha Michigan Alpha . Indiana Alpha . New Jersey Alpha Illinois Alpha Wisconsin Alpha Ohio Alpha . Kentucky Alpha . New York Alpha . Nlissouri Alpha Michigan Alpha . Colorado Alpha . Colorado Beta Illinois Beta New York Beta . IVIichigan Gamma lV1issouri Beta California Alpha . Iowa Alpha . . New York Gamma Iowa Beta . . Minhesota Alpha . lwassachusetts Alpha New York Delta . Eau Esta 351 l"ounrI1'rl nl Lehigh I.1lIi7Il'l'.VIf-1' 1885 Pork Beta Qllbuprer 28trlbIi5lJ2U 1906 ilinll nt cltbaptrw . . Lehigh University, 1885 Michigan Agricultural College, 1892 Purdue University, 1893 Stevens Institute of Technology, 1896 ' University of Illinois, 1897 University of Wiscorisili, 1899 Case School of Applied Science, 1900 State College of Kentucky, 1902 Columbia University, 1902 University of IXfIissouri, 1902 Nlichigan College of llflines, 1904 Colorado School of llflines, 190-1 University of Colorado, 1905 Armour Institute of 'I'echnology, 1906 Syracuse University, 1906 University of llflichigan, 1906 . lllissouri School of llflines, 1906 University of California, 1906 Iowa State College, 1907 D Rensselaer lolyteclmic Institute, 1908 University of Iowa, 1909 University of llflinnesota, 1909 J , Worcester lolytechnic Institute, 1910 Cornell University, 1910 Two llunrlrecl Ninety-Eve Byrnes, Robert H. Topping, Harry R. Ingram, Edgar B. Carter, Clifford C. Severance, Milton B. Robbins, D. E. Barnard, Dana W. Barnard, Glenn H. Eau Beta iBi jfratrzs in U11ni1J2t5itutt 1912 Granberg, Arthur 1913 Miller, Howard S. jifilttfg in jfafultatf Wilson, W. Dexter Fitch, Ellery B. Burleigh, P. Grey Everett, Ralph B. Judson, Sidney H. Rood, Floyd H. Beers, Ralph L. Steuber, Walter F. William P. Graham, Ph.D., Dean of College of Applied Science and Professor of ' Electrical Engineering. Paul C. Nugent, A.M., C.E., Professor of Civil Engineering. Albert R. Acheson, B.Sc., B.Eng., Assistant Professor of lVIechanical Engineering. Jay W. Glass, M.E., Assistant Professor of Macliine Design. Jacob E. Gramlich, lVI.E., Assistant Professor of Practical lVIechanics. Louis Mitchell, C.E., Assistant Professor of Civil Engineering. George F. Browning, B.lVI.E., Instructor in Kinematics. Rich D. Whitney, E.E., Assistant in Electrical Engineering. jfliilftlg ill mth! Ash, Frank C., NLE., Syracuse. Assman, F. P., Lehigh. Babcock, George D., B.S. in M.E. Purdue. Barr, John H., M.S., lVI.lW.E. Brown, Herbert V., E.E., Syracuse. Buller, Irving N., M.E., Syracuse. Faulder, Alfred J. E.E., Syracuse. Francis, Irving H., E.E., Syracuse. Harvie, William J., Syracuse. Hastings, Harold P., E.E., Syracuse. Kelley, Robert D., E.E., Syracuse. Papworth, Walter A., M.E., Syracuse. Strong, Elmer, E., E.E., Syracuse. Sweet, John E., Founder of A.S.M.E. Walwrath, William V., M.E., Syracuse. Wood, Earle D., C.E., Syracuse. Two Hundred Ninety-six Ri fbi Cllzlji HONORARY CHEMICAL FRA'l'liRN1'I'Y l'i0lllllll'll at Sy1'1u'11.w lIIli7ll'l'.Vifj' 1906 Qllpba Qlbapter Bishop Kimmnn Fox Mill,-r Gihilin l'hc:1r Fuller Griihth hnngin Fellows Turner jfratres in Ulluihzvriitatn d5vahunte C. W. Perry 1912 Harold li. Bishop Arthur W. Kimmzln Homer G. Turncr Fred F. Fox Carl F, llfliller Tracy C. Swan 1913 Earle H. Fellows ,FEHIEZ5 ill mth? rench, lfdnnmd L., '02 Czuwnzm, Arthur G., '07 Buckley, Byron G., '07 Qtryker, Fred l'f., '06 DeLong, Charles, '00 Proheck, Fugene G., '07 Armstrong, Arthur D., '09 irgunnrarg Qlpcmhevri Pnttee, lCrnest N., lVI.S. Brewer, Robert K., lN'I.S. Arehihuld, Elven H., Ph.D. Smith, H. Nlonmouth, Ph.D. Richardson, Charles H., Ph.D. Cooper, Hcrmon C., Ph.D. Pennock, J. D., Ph.D. Brunel, Roger F., Ph.D. Benedict, Stanley R., Ph.D. Booth, William M., B.S. Hildirch, VVarren W., Ph.D. 'l'wn Hundred Ninety I Uibeta Esta Rb: HONORARY PHILOSOPHICAI. FRATERNITY lfclwarcl NI. Pratt Spencer B. Owens John R. Campbell George Benton Maricmn Draper lithel Thorp lfoznzrlwl al Syrm'11.w' U11i'L'1'f'.vily 1907 Qllpba Qlbapter E.s'fab!i.s'l11'rI 1907 SC 35 jl:DilfE25 in Ullnthzcsitatz d5lfHUllatf Sherman L. Kennedy 1912 -las. W. Wilson Cassius J. Miller J. T. Illick 1913 Janet M. Gordon Elsie Wallace Laila A. Coston lVIarguerite Shoemaker jftater in Zlllthz Sherk, Elgin S. iiannnvarp Qwemhers Coclclington, Wellesley Perry, S.'l'.D. ' Hurst, Albert S., Ph D lfmpringham, Rev. Jas., M.A. Rice, Lepine Hall Ph B VVilson, George Arthur, I rlluuclrerl Ninety-eight Ph.1J. Belts: Sigma Rho H ONORARY D IEBATE 'FRAT ERN l'l'Y lllflllllllfll ar Uni-zw'rsily of Jllirlligan 1906 Syracuse Qllbapter estuhlisben 1909 IKUII nt culbaptew Albion College Beloit College Brown University Carleton College Chicago University Colorado State University Columbia University Cornell University Dartmouth College George Washington University Harvard University Illinois State University Indiana State University Iowa State College Iowa State University Kansas State University Knox College Leland Stanford, Jr. University Michigan State University Minnesota State University Missouri State University Nebraska State University North Dakota State University Northwestern University Ohio State University Ohio Wesleyan University Pennsylvania University Princeton University Swarthmore College Syracuse University Texas State University Virginia State University VVestern Reserve University Williams College Yale University jffilttf ill jftlflllfflff Sherman L. Kennedy, A.l3., Assistant in Rhetoric and Public Speaking. jffilfffi ill Ul1IliU2l25ffflfB George Benton Isaac Joffe 'I' w o Albert B. lVIerrill Hundred Ninety nine Ri Reita Epsilon HONORARY j OURNA LISTIC FRATERNITY lfoznzzlwl at Syrrzcunf Unifverxity 1909 NVarner Quinn lfulmer Schwarz Wormer NVilIi:uns ,lillson Coellrzme M ll ll Qllybtl Cllbtlptet iB.nII nt cuibaptew Syracuse University University of Nebraska 1Vlassachusetts Institute of Technology Cochrane, Leon J Jillson, Willard R., Jr. Quinn, Elmer G. Fulmer, Herbert C. Abell, Ralph W., ll llunflrefl jfvatvesi in Ullnihzvsitatz d5rnnuate Neil D. Cranmer 1912 . VVarner, John L. Williams, Wallace M. Wormer, Donald J. 1913 Nlellowell, Robert P. Schwarz, Seymour C. jFIJi1U125.ill 51111112 Perkins, Philip S., '12 1QUIlU1lfllf2 Qlafmhffg ex-,07 Alsever I , John L., '96 Hansen, Emil, '08 Qlpba QBmega Qlpha HONORARY MEDICAL FRATERNITY Founded al Uniw 'f'. s -ily of Illinois 1902 mem pork Q61unnm Qlbapter estahlisbeu 1911 Roll nt cnlbaptew University of California Johns Hopkins University University of Toronto Columbia University University of Nlichigan University of Minnesota Cornell University Syracuse University University of lllinois University of Chicago Northwestern University Westerii Reserve University Jefferson Medical College University of Pennsylvania Washington University Harvard University Qlbtticevsi fm: 1912 Counselor . . Dean John L. Heffron, A.M., lVI.D., D Sc l'n'sir1erzt . William J. lNdcNerney p'iCC"'IJ7'U.Yf11l'7If . Fred G. Benton, B.S. Serremry-Trea.v1m'r . . Robert H. Haskell, AB., M.D. JFBEITEB5 ill alllifhffgitilff Fred G. Benton, B.S. William J. McNerney John W. Cox Laurence li. Sisson Lawrence F. Drumm Arthur H. Stein, B.S. jFratrzs5 in jfarultatz Dean John L. Heffron, A.lW., lXfI.D., D.Sc. Professor John Van Duyn, A.M., lXfl.D. Professor David M. Totman, A.M., lVI.D. Professor Frank P. Knowlton, A.lVI., lW.D. Professor H. S. Steensland, B.S., M.D. Instructor Robert H. Haskell, AB., M.D. jfrutresi in Ulrbe George S. Reed, Phli., M.D. Three Hund red Qllpha Eau HONORARY ARCHITIECTURAL SOCIETY lfrflzlzzlrfrl 111 SyI'IllfIl.S'l' lfIli'Zl1'I'.1'if.1V 1911 jfratree ill mlnihetsitate 1911 Gilbert L. Vzu1Aukcn 1912 John A. Nlontgomery Thomas S. Roekuse Webster C. Moulton Veredon W. Uplmm 1913 lVIervin V. Arnold Osborne H. Grwes P ro fesso r Professor Professor Professor Professor jftdftt in mth? Edgar M. Barlow lfpnnurary Qlazmhzrs Frederick W. Revcls, B.Ar. Earl H. Hallenbcclc, l3.Ar. Justus NI. Scrafford, Ecole des Beaux Arts Irene Sargent, LL.lVI. Fred R. Lczir. I1 ll lmlrt-ll 'l'wo if if as L 5 5. 2 3 fic, T , gy SRA l fir? ' f 1 A l l g - r n X fn Wx W f ,lm -,9-A A Jimi-lrc' li fb P' fl L. NGN Q-lm Urgnnizwl .la1u1111'y. 1896 SIDftirev5 Ij7't'.Vi!lI'lll Prof. Perley O. Place Vim-l'z'z'.s'i111f11I Dr. W. R. P. Davey Serrctnry Harold V. Loomis 1'l'6'll.VlI7Y?7' ..... Gertrude Skerritt Cilllliflllllll of flu' lfxl'1'IIfi7'l' Cfllllllliffl'1' Dr.Harol1l L.Cleasby The executive committee consists of the faculty members ancl the officers of the Club anal the Chairmen of the standing committees. The faculty members in the Greek anal Latin clepartments, major anal minor stuclents in these departments, anal others interested along classical lines, are eligible to membership in the Club. Meetirigs are helcl on alternate '1'hursclay evenings in the Classical Seminar Room. Three Hunrlrerl Four X wi UIFIZE Cn QL QU A ls tl il i ll . -lf, QIIZUUSZ 55011252 jl"I'2lll'D Qzlllll QDfficw3 li1:r'.vifl1'I1f' . . . . Clair W. xVIlllSX!'KJl'fl1 f1l'1'-Pl'1'NIff1'lIf Charlotte C. Valentine ff'f'f'l'ffU',l' - Louise Stedman lrm.vu1'er . . Raymond li. ',lxll:l:1lIlj' fl.v.vi,vlr111I ,lll'l'lI.S'l1I'l'l' ..... .lessie M. Myers Qgffflltinf fmUlllllIitfI'f liernice liezitty H4-lpn PIM-IPS llildzi Grossman lone Livingston lCliz:iheth Adams Memhership in the Clnh is open to :ill students of lfrench in the Fine Arts Col- lege whose grade is satisfactory. Meetings :ire held on the second Momlzn' of every month. Qllerrle jFrm1a1is uf iLiIJernI Sirts Qllullegz l"1'r.virlr'11f ....... Genevieve -Ioy I,il'l"l,l'1'.l'illl'lIf ..... Gertrude VVhite Spf,-,ffm-y Helene lf. Cooke 7're11.vln'z'1' .... lnstrnctor Homer A. llurvey Glfftttlfiht m:UllUllittff Alice Abel George Czirinody l'lZll'l'll'l' lg2ll'fCI'S0l1 hlzlhel Colson 1 lfmily l rice The ohiect of the Cercle l'1l'Zll1CZllS is the promotion of interest in l"rench life :md literature. lldemhership in the cluh is open to all students who have completed two years' work in French. hfleetings :ire held once il month. Three ll nndrecl Five X . ,l,i,g.F - l IJI'l'.S'ilIlf1lf . l,i1'lf-l,7'l'.S'il11'l1f SI't'l't'fl1l'y . . fl x.vi.s'f1111t S1'rJl'r'l11ry fl'rw1.v llI'l?!' . . .fl .t'.S'i.l'fIlIll fll1'l'IIKlll'!?I' Czzrfozlian of Sflllilllll' Room J.v.vi.r1111zl Cll.t'f!lIIil1lI Librariafrv . . A.VA'i.!'f1lIlf L ibrzzrimrx 'rrI1ISTmc:AL ASSHCUUIGN 1 ,- Qs if ,E H. " , gg - ' 2: wi, in tw ' " .. , 4, J "i--.. ' ' it ll ' X . ,l -x err ll' J A 1 By. KL? ,,.,,l hx lr all g - 'ill' L 4 , -A ' - f, X "4 'elim -" ' , V Qlbffircrri . Q - . .pn Dr. Edwin P. Tanner Dr. E. lf. Sperry Olive C. Richards Bernice E. Taylor W. W. Porter Lee J. MCIEWZLIT John N. Kenyon Helene IC. Cooke John L. Wariier Florence Zartman Harry E. Barnes Edith' G. Pope Nlembership in the Association is open to members of the faculty, of the Depart- ment, resident alumni who were major students in history, some city residents who are especially interested in the Department, and all majors in history. The objects of the Association are to deepen interest in historical Work, to enable the members to become better acquainted with each other, and to maintain the Historical Seminar library. Qemitics HUD 1BihIittII Qllluh QDWEBC5 l,l'l'.S'iI1l'llf . . . . Dr. lsmar J. Peritz Vin'-l'r'1f.s'i1l1'11l Cassius Miller Serretrzry lVIarion R. Draper T7'l'll.5'llI'lfl' Nathan A. Simon Libfflfillf-' . . .... lice Vaughn The object of the club is the aclvancement of the interests of the Semitics De- partment. liach year a series of popular lectures on subjects of value to the Depart- ment, and also to the public, are given by eminent scholars and professors from other universities. All students enrolled in the semitics courses are eligible for member- ship. Meetirigs are held monthly. Three llunslrecl Six 1W'llil ff l MOWl 111 2720 381' 'BURGESS fl' I 1' "" ll 'll ln' l J Ill X H lflf "fm it e Q V :4 .5 J ' W1 fri -W Q I l're.vi1le11t . I,il'I'-l,7'l'XiI1l'lIl Serrefflry . 'I 'I't'll.l'lll'l'l' Ur. Holzwarth Ur. lioysen Dr. Kullmer Prof. Lowe 1'l0lllH,l'll Sr'j1lel1lb1'r 30. 1901 91Dffirr1f5 Clffffll UU? Cflllllllliffff Mabel Colson Anna Smeader hflargaret Grube Charles Naegel Prof. Gorse Greta Gyer Josephine Howe Harry llflorrell The object of the elub is to arouse interest in the study of the German language and to brin f about a better understandin f of German life and customs. The students iw 3- take active part in the programs and lectures are given by the faculty members. The Club gives a play during the second semester. The meetings are held on alternate Thursday evenings in the Administration Building or at Chapter houses. hleinber- ship is open to all who have had one year of German and who are Continuing the study of that language. Three ll undreml Seven ENG H SlDffit2t5 PI'l'.VilI!'7lf lfiflf-lJl'lf.l'ilII'lll Sl'l'7'l'lfI1I'j! Tr1'a.v11rz'r . . . . . Cllllliflllflll of E.Xl'l'llfi'U!' Colllmillzfz' . . . lVIajors and minors in the English Department are eli -df gnbdN?m gn -,p- U "1 Q - E E' U7 F Q N 'L' fi- C "1 A ,aff i N f if li QQ J V ,V ea , fi H J Bertha W. Latham Dorothy J. Peters Bessie VVands Wziltei' P. lVIcIntosh gihle to membership. lVIeet- ings are held on the second VVednesday evening of each month. Svcienre Qlssuciutiun QDtfIcw5 l,l'I'.S'illl'Ilf . . Prof. Herman C. Coouer I I J f iff'-I 1'1'.s'i111'11l S1'rn'mry-Tr1'r1.r11rr'r' . Prof. Herhert A. Clark Prof. Roger F. Brunel The purpose of the Association is the consideration of suhjects of common inter- est to all the Science Departments of the University. All faculty memhers of these Departments are eligible to membership. Meetirigs are held at the call of the President. Three Hundred Eight W li fllllf llll nn Ill I IQIII I Illl ll A CLUB ir? 5 :full :DV f n ,nn 'll' ' lil y Slll ' --f::. 1541, 4 . I i A f . .axr , '- ,nv" ,' , Q' il 2 V EDN, In L ,al I K , XX , I ui. i . ,-t f . . A N ., . .Ms f:::--fngzii.. , S ,QS - ,I N '.--'G f u . " 'v' - ff i J' 5.-.,!.,.....4 , Q , If iq , I ,,., 'uf X . .i 'S:::::-.-- , f - I ' 1 ,K , 4 . -I-.A . 1' i , 1 'F is .H ,, . ., - ..n , ' . - .4 A . f f . - qu I- ' - i - l - ilu.. l i . Qwffllg Direrlor . . Dr. F. F. Decker lfifl'-lJil'!'l'f0I' Dr. lf. D. Roe, SL'l'7'1?flll'.1' liclith Simons 7v7'I'lISlH'l'l' H. O. Wliite Lilzrnriau llflary R. Smith Cllffffllfilllk Qfllllllllitfft flu achlition to the oflieersj Maude Duteher Blanche Loomis J. N. Kenyon F. S. Ncwhart The cluh is composed of the members of the department of mathematics, of graduate students in the department, and of unclergracluates taking major or minor Work and meets every third Monday evening throughout the college year. It exists for the purpose of providing a forum for the discussion of mathematical topics not in- cluclecl in the clepartment curriculum and to promote fellowship among its memhers. Three ll uuilrewl Niue iv Qnfffflfg l,I'!'A'iIll'Ilf . . . 'riff'-IJl'l'.Villl'Ill Szvrefflry 7lI'l'll.l'lH'l'l' ..... Cllllliflllllll of lfxefllliffe Cummillee VValter C. Crouch Otis Smithers Daniel J. Frawley Charles li. Coman C. W. 'Perry The Geological Club inclurles in its membership the faculty of the Department, major anal minor stuclents, anal others electeml by the Club. The purpose of the Club is to create an interest in the lielcls of Geology ancl Geography and the investigation of local problems. Nleetings are helcl monthly when papers on local and general Geology are reacl and informally rliscusseil or a lecture is given. Une or two lielcl excursions are macle every year. Qlimllicul cllluh Urgnnizefl 1903 QDffiret6 l'rr.virlf'11l . . Dr. Herman C. Cooper l'in'-l'rr'.virlenl Harold IC. Bishop S1'1'relary-'l'1'1'r1.v1n'er ...... Raymond l. liashforcl The faculty ancl the major students ofthe Department are members of the Club. Others may be elected to membership. hfleetings are helcl twice each month. Three llnnzlrefl Ten l l I ' rm irl If nt . 'lift'-l,I'!,'.S'ill1'llI S1'fr1'l11ry- fl'1-mvzzrvr Ufhcers of the Club Gruduzltc IVICIIIITCI' Senior Nlember Junior Iweniber PHI LOSOPI-IIC L CL B Qlbfficrvi rllfascclntikmr Qlinmmittrz :incl Members of the I"ziL'uIty, ex-ofiicio. Spencer B. Owens I'fcIvv:n'cI IW. Pratt Iwzirgzlret Slioenmker Shernuum IJ. Kennech John R. Campbell Will. J. Ashforth Nlililll' and minor students in the l'l1iIosmI1icnl Ilemrrinenr :ire eh fible for mem- .I I I I- bership in the Club. IVIL'CfIl'lgS are hehl in the Philosophical Seminzu' room on the second 'I'hurscI:1y evening of each month. Three Ilunclrm-il lilvven 'X 4 IUEEWNG i fx?-rm.. 1 55 Cl TI ng l Q.. 1 - --v FM l '47 I lbx-7 si PM ' e tx x ! 4 7 1. I X A f'fC'QUr"2" Siulericuu Jlnstitute nf Qlilectricnl QEIIMIIZBTS SYRAC USE U N IVIERSITY BRANCH QDfficev5 Liflllfflllllll . . 1,fl!'llf Sl'l'l'!'ffIl"17 l"fll'lI!f-1' A4!'lllbl'l'S 91961110855 ill U11I'lffJ2U5iU? B1ll'l1Zll'Ki, Glenn H. Brewster, Floyd L. Brown, Ifllsworth A. Case, Arwin R. Churchill, Leon U. Crowell, Plmlvvin P. Grimm, Amos J. VVyCkoff, Jzunes E. Besides these engaged in electrical engineering work in the city. Three lInnrIrc1l'1'wclvc there are also twenty-five members of the Dean VV. P, Graham Prof. A. R. Acheson Prof. Geo. Golchnzm IVIr. R. D. Whitney Hamilton, .fznnes A. Hoag, Burt W. Ingrzlhzun, lfclgzu' Kiing, Harold G. Layton, David I.. Richardson, Lee Wild, William H. loeui hraneh who :lre B. RV 'r i A MCGAEL om QDffitzv5 l,l't'.l'illl'llf . Prof. ly. H. Pennington l'irf'-l'n'.virlc-nt Gladys T. Campbell Sm'rnlnry Catherine lf. Reed Tr1'11.v1n'm' . . ltfdwin S. Hopson A.v.vi.vfr111l 'l'1w1.v11r1'r Rose A. Newcomb Qihhwnrp Qflllllllliffllt Clulirmzm: Professor Smzlllwoodg llflarie lf. Caslmmn, Mildred lf. Lincoln Glen Van lisseltine, Carlton C. Curtis. 55 '35 The purpose of the Association is to create :in interest in biological study. lllem lwersliip is open to :ill who have taken or :ire taking work in the Dep:u'tment. lWeet- ings are lield at tlie discretion of the Advisory Committee. Three Hundred Thirtrc ORESTRY iIDtficzv5 l,I'f'.S'fff1'lIf . Frank B. lVIycrs l'ir1f-l'nf.i-iflwll lCarle Stearns Serrelary J. Harry Rich Tre11.v11r1'r Bernard L. Kitchin cllffrcutihc cltnmmittee Officers of the Club, ex-officio. W. Alexander Nlunro liurr N. Prentice lilgia lf. Helmstetter 'JC 55 Faculty Nlembers of the College of Forestry and all students who wish to take an active interest in lforestry doings are eligible for membership. hlcetings are held bi-monthly. The purpose of the Club is to establish a secondary means of instruction, to provide a social medium and thereby create a feeling of good fellowship among the studentsg to enable those interested, through organization, to derive the benefit of field experience from men who come from the field to Syracuse for a short stay. The class of enter- tainments is highly entertaining. lt consists mainly of illustrated talks on field work and field experiences, in lumber camps, and State and Government Forestry employ, by such outside speakers as are available, and by Nfembers of the Faculty. Forestry students are encouraged to carry cameras to the field during summer employment, to add this means of detailing an account of their experiences. Three Hundred Fourteen Q IQUI Qlllll g,L.n:m1 l,I'l'.S'ilIl'lIf . Vin'-l'rr'.virl1'11f Sr'1'rf'lz1ry . Fannie lCstelle Bacon john Halstecl Banks l-larriette Burr Basset Anna llflay Betts Henriette listelle Bidwell Ruth llflills Bielhy lCsther Margaret Bill Nonie Brennan liclwarcl J. Brown Rnclolph ll. .Byron Samuel Camp lirnest G. Champlin F. Anson Churchill lilsie C. Ferris Ralph Hannnm SIDfficcw5 . F rank J. Carmocly . Ruth Crane Thompson . Cyrus H. Lewis 9132111112125 Weston Bates Hillaril James Albert Hughes lrving Post lVIiaCCanlcy Grace Ethelyn lVIanec Clarence F. lVIaynartl Rohert Miclilleman lilixahetli Yates Mnirheail Daniel lflclwartl U'Keefe .lohn NV. Phoenix Otto G. Renmann Mabel A. Shepard lChner G. Smith lVIary R. Smith Dorothy H. Smith lffclna llfl. WZIQIICY Sarah J. Walker Three llnndrerl Fifteen l'1'e.virl1'1zl f"i1'1'-l"1'e.s'i1lr' ul 'I'rw1.v:1rrr S!'l'l'I'f!lI'y TI lCni1l Sweet Grace A. Potteiger Jessie NI. Nlyers 0l'llNG' Cl D 2IDttirrw QIBZIIUJZE5 Glenclora Karschner Ralph I.. Newing Ruclolph W. Prohst Clarence W. Giles Burr 'lf Dexter Frecl l,. Newhart VVilliam C. Chamberlain B l. BEATTY l"recl L. Newhart linicl Sweet Grace A. Potteiger William C. Chamherlain Walter R. Williams lClmer IC. Jones Hugh Johnston John G. Corson Guy l.. Corson Harry l.. Hover George R. Savige A. lCrnest Shafer Charles W. Carlton Stephen Callentler ie NVyoming Cluh is an organization composed of stuclents who preparetl fox college at Wyoming Seminary, Kingston, l'ennsylvania. 'lihe Cluh aims to maintain an active interest anal an intimate relationship hetween its ineinhers anal their prepai atory school. As a result of this Syracuse is hrought into close touch with NVyoming anal each year receives a large share of the students who enter college from thi institution. Three ll und rell Sixtee I1 l il lAC,t,ll5 f1l'gfllliZl'Il l'll'l!I'INll'j7 9. IQII SIDtficcv5 l'n'.viflr'11I . . Arthur NI. lxfl-L'ClJllllll1 lfin'-l'rw.virlr'11I . Glenn R. Arnolil S1'f'I'rff1l1'y Ruth Lee Ucavor 'l'f'l'f1-Vlll'f'l' Welclcmii Paul Frantz 35 JC '1'lie Pennsvlvania Club was organized at the suggestion of the Northeastern Pennsylvaiiia Alumni Association. The objects of tlic Club are to promote a friendly spirit among Pennsylvanians attending the University and to stimulate an interest in Syracuse among tlic preparatory seliools of the State. 'l'l1 ree ll u n tl re nl Suv L-ntec M llinll nt Qlbnprew llfliddlebury College Union College lfVesleyan University Syracuse University Tufts University 21Dtfirzv5 nt bpvucuge cltbapter l,l'l'.l'ilf!'lIf . . . . . . l!il'l?'Pl'If.l'il1l'lIf John R. Campbell Donald E. Chamberlain Raymond llashford Sl'l'7'lflIl7'y Tr1'n.s'urer Orville S. Frank Cllllfifllill . Cecil. C. Shedd . W. S. lVIurtfeldt Sergeant at AFIIIS . if 'if On the evening of lVlay 15, 1911, a new Syracuse organization was inaugurated under the name of the Commons Club of Syracuse University. The occasion was a successful banquet, where Syracuse spirit was the dominant factor among both the faculty speakers, and the student hearers. The purpose of the society is very simply stated, to give to the university the organized endeavors of the large body of nonfraternity students, and to keep as far as possible a pure democracy among all the students. Upon thc club's organization it was thought by many that the new society would be antifraternal in spirit, but its short history has thus far proved rather the opposite. Her motto is " All for Syracuse, and all vSyracusans." Three llunzlred Eighteen " lisp Acuf: E1Dfficw5 l,I't'.VfIll'l1f iW:n'jorie J. Wiisoii Vim-l'n'.virl1'11l Kzxtlierine Baxter Serz'1'l11ry Edith Simons ,l'l'l'll.S'1ll'!fl' Edith G. Pope '55 '55 The Syracuse University Consumers' League was organized in Feln'im1'y, 1911. It is the purpose of the League to investigate conditions nntler which goods are matic and to insist that these Conditions slizill he wholesome and eonsistent with :1 respectable existence on the part of the workers. All college women are eligible to memlwersliip. Three Unnnlreml Nineteen f fe P 0 i I -U 0 - X 1, V ,,,.,.-. . Q f X N f N I S y.iiXx I NN Z i t 73, 'io NM l Wil . X l l Nl V 1 ' f if N :-i "Ji Vfllii ' i 1 'Y H Y-1-57 X Si' ff ia: ir i ,V ' " e r A ' 1 ' ,mga 4 ,K . I Q, ' 7'fff"+""'-"- r w i fi, .lfg 'V - , r -2 "L-:F-v I A ffl? 4-V' 4 'Y 1J5t:mcb of the f!EquuI Suffrage League of Einlztinu QDtficevG l'n'.vI1lr'11l . lithel C. Wiiiclicfll l'iz'r'-l'1'1'.s'idz'11t . Rachel A. Lelzuul SlI'l'I'I'flll'j'-il'Y'!fIlSll7'!'f' Florence 'lf Roos lVIzn'jorie Wilson lJil'!'l'f!H'.t' Viola Newhury . . . Alice Smith The Nloclern WfJI1l2ll1lS Club was founcleal in October, WOO. ln 'l"eln'11:1ry, 1910 ir was incmporatell as fl chapter of the College lfquul Suffrage Lezlgue of Amerim. At this time both men :incl women heczune eligihle to memhership. Ir was orgzniizecl for the intelligent discussion unml furtlierzuiee of the euuse of equal suffrage. Three Hundred Twenty '. ' .1951 7 - H., ug.,-., ' ., vb: f . " ' ' li- K' ' - bfi'-'Y'.".fi tx . ' B' J if-5,3 --R,.'-1-J" J . ,, x .4 n blfxxijryxxgdxl I .tj 1 'r 1 -C ff ,v ,A I 1 H x 3 D is A fv, X .H L g . in N IAF? A ovhwii 1 v ' ...- ' ' . . I. .- I , 5 I . ia, ' 1 , " 'i iZ',v. f' ' 1 mil , , ' rl, . ' W. - u - 4- .4 '-"f"Y'W' ' ' I . - , . 3- Y lJl'l'.I'lllI'IIf Viz'r'-l'l'1'.i'i1lz'11I S 1'1'r1'i ary Prof. j. A. R. Scott Mr. Otis S. Sniitliers Miss Bessie M iss Miss M iss M iss M iss M iss Miss M iss M iss M r. M iss M iss KI eck l L' r lftllcl VV right Bessie Klcckler Mzuule .llutclier Florence lvlzirjorie Alevne C. WVelmer Rutli W. Fislier Marion B. Billings Alt-that IC. Comstock C. A. l.zlruw:ly C. Lilliztn Stzlllwooil Leila Br. 'ISI C sIDtfirrrs5 Mr. Otis S. Sniitliers lXfIiss Bessie Kleckler Mr. Ci. Ralph Jennings Glfferutiln' CUZUIIIIIIITITI' Mr. G. Rzilpli -Iennings lVIiss Ala-tlm IC. Comstovk . 'Mix C. Sliinier Nlr. C. A. l.:u'zuv:1y Qmarnnhcri Otis S. Sniitliers lXfIr. Miss liutlierine Sibley lXlr. W. G. Czunpbell Mr. Roy C. 'liliompson Mr. .l. Rzlymoml Curtin Miss liertlm il. linrnes Miss l'innn:i l',:Lwrencv Mr. lf. Clifford Curtin Mr. A. 'lf l'l:n'clm-ll Miss Szulie Johnson Mr. Robert R. ciIl'2ll11HN Miss lCll:1 Clmtliznn Miss Julia Clnsli Z. Slmfer tl. Wilson M r. Qlolin Olcott Mr. C ieorge R. Geztrn Miss llelene IC. Clizltlizun IVICIIIIICTSIIID is open to any stumlent oi 'tlie University who is interestctl in the exliilzmiting sport of snowsliocing or skiing. Trips are mzule every Szlturclzw afternoon, wcntlicr permitting, :intl often unotlier trip is mzulc some evening cluring the week. 'l'hrei- llunilri-il 'I'wi-nlv-on Zlllustratufs Iuh , ,,, l l Nenrpass llrnwn Simpson Dexter Curling Burgess Skllllllllflllll Berne Clmmberlnin Knight lienlly Hrunm Ilulley GI'Uh!-llllflll 'Hill All1l11lS Case Comstock XVL-lrlrer Iiriggs VV:1l:-axvortll l.uy l'lu-lps Williams flllllllllll Clmse QDffit2ll5 l'1'a.s'izlw1t Egbert Nezlrpzlss Ififl?-lJ7'I?.S'ilJl'lIf Rachel Bulley Svrrelrzry Alctlm Comstock fI'rca.vl1rm' licrnicc Beatty 'I'l1 re e ll u n fl 1' e cl 'l' wenty-tw lllblllllolffb LU B af- 'l'he lllustrator's Club was formed in 1007 with the object of promoting interest in illustration, to do a certain amount of practice work in this line, and promote a wider interest in all forms of pictorial art. During the present year, the Club has receivecl from the ilisbantleml l"akir's Association one-half of its funds together with its membership from the painting clepartment. With these new acquireml interests the Club will carry on the work of both the older associations. With a revised constitution, large membership ancl cash account it will take the leading part in all technical antl social matters connected with the Department. The Club will be limited in membership to those who have attainetl a certain gracle of Work anal have reachecl the Sophomore year. Competitions with awarcls will be helml. 'llhe work of the Art l,ibra,ry will be carriecl on anal the regular meetings will have special features schetlulecl for social anal technical recreation. Three llnntlreal Twenty-threw 2 XYoodruff Trevenen Mulranen Klapezky Heriiaiz Hayes Barton Nichols Huber Hannum Larson Vrornau XYeigand Olcott Hinmau XYadsworth Tiiany Shaw Miridlenmc Graves Dunkerley Anthony liarringer Eaton Iiastmead Montgomery Tucker Arnold Brew Hardell ,Xlgire Prof. Scrariord Di Soto Hammer Rich Callender Kline Ormsbee Moulton Rockrise Prof. Sargent Upham Prof. Halienbeck Yan.Xuken Graham Howard Lou Zlrcbitectural Qssuciatiun l'r1'.ri1l1'11f . . lfifl?-I,7'l?.YIIlt'Ilf . . CUl'l'l'.fP0llIlIl1g Sz'rl'r'f111'y Recording Serreffzry . Ill 11.vsi1'z . . . S o :rs-n111.r.ri1'z: . Algire, H. N. Howard, R. S. ArnoIcI, M. V. Brew, IJ. J. Graves, O. H. Low, L. V. Ormshee, VV. P. Tiffany, R. M. Bahcoek, VV. H. Barringer, H. J. Barton, G. R. Callender, P. N. Anthony, H. M. QDffirctsi QIQUIIIIJUE5 1912 hlonrgomery, Moulton. W. C. IQIS Tucker, R. M. Kearney, I.. IC. Klapetsky, Larson, I". IXI. hfliclmllemass. R. hffulranen, .I. YVoonIruff, NV. B 191-I Graham, R. R. HarcIeII. A. 'If Hemmer, C. ,I. Khne, H. 1915 Iiastman, IJ. A. V. VV. Upham . S. Rockrise R. IX1. Tiffany H. J. Barringer VV. IJ. Urmshee A. 'lf HarcIeII T Roekrise, T. S. Upham, V. VV. NiehoIs, S. If. Oh-mr, IC. C. Shaw, NV. IC. Trevenen, H. V. NVa1Isworth, C. VV NVatIceys, P. I". hlacauley, J. P. Rich, I.. VV. Vroman, A. -I. VVeigamI, A. P. H ernaiz, F. DiSoto, E. Hanmun, R. .IQ Heuher, P. Dunkerley, J. Hayes, W. Himnan, W. lanuurnrp 9l9cmhet5 in jfarultp Professor F. W. RcveIs Professor Irene Sargent Professor Earl HaIIenheck Professor -I. IVI. Scrafford Professor I". R. Lear lliesihellt lipounmvp QIBBIIIIJDFG Edgar IVI. Barlow, ,IU WeIIs 1. Bennett, Ill IVIerton IC. Granger, IO9 D. H. Ryel, 'Il G. L. VanAuIccn, 'II , 1. lt. Clifford, 'll H. Phoenix, '07 Rohert hflolyneaux, '12 H. Ford VVhipp1e, 'II Preston Hughes, '08 V. Adamy, 'll 'I' h ree IIun1Ire1I 'l'weuIx I Laraway Chancey Dugan E, Smith Crawford Barnes Bolander G. Shedd Hayes Tuttle fohnson Cranmer XVamer Vaughn Edwards A. Smith Smithers Morley Obreshkove .Xdamy Xewfang Colby Mosher Archilla C. Shedd Bates S. KI. Smith Thomas YVeudt Pric: Lyman Down L. Smith XYztllace McCarthy Tabor Turtt-iot foblbltloq I ' Q I.. 'lg QEB.-tn,tr7 K 7.5ra11cb nf the Iintercullegiute lprnbihitiun Sissnciutinu Urgzurizvrl 1897 QDffirc1f5 l'1'4'.virfz'l1l . Nelson A. Price, ,ll I'iff'-l'l'r'.vi1l1'1ll lftlitli Titus. ,l3 SN,-,'ff,,-y , Sliernian bl. Sniitli, 'IX ,'l.v.vi.vl11l1l Sl'tAI't'ffI1'j' l'll0I'2l bl. Sll1'P1ll'Kl, ll3 7',-1f11,t-14,-w , . Robert F. Thomas, '13 1J,l'Si.Yff111f il'l'l'l!,l'llI'I'l' Grace F. Lyman, 'l-l Librarirui . . . Alfred G. Down, '13 fjlllliflllllil of fWu.vi1' fjflllllllifffl' . lf. lflloytl Sniitli, 'I3 'lllic purpose of tbe 'lntercollcgiate Prohibition Association is a broatl antl practical stutly of the liquor problem as a preparation for earnest, active antl intelligent lcamler- sliip in tbe overtbrow of tbe saloon anal its attenclant evils. lt is basecl on the tbougbt tbat college men anal women owe a part of their life service, as citizens, to tbe solution of tbis vital public problem. lt is non-partisan in cliaracter anal allows tbe intliviclual to tlecitle what metbotl is most efilicient. The local club lioltls bi-weekly meetings at wbicli tbe problem is stutlietl by means of papers, tliscussions, anal tlebates. l'roniinent speakers are also securetl for acltlresses. l'facb year the local club contlucts an oratorical contest, tbe winner of tliis participating in a state contest. 'lllicse are followed by interstate and national. contests constituting tbe only system of intercollegiate oratory in tbe country. Three llun4lre1l'l'wen1y-stven Rockrise llmiiue Tlegoto XY01ismx Fun 'ferzian Au Sorondo Hurwitz Hopkins Roakc Mosher Archillu Bxrman .L " Qllnruu ,1Frutre5" Clmrierefl Clmpler of f1.T.f0L'1illfli0Il of Coxmopolifrzrz Clubs Svprarusc Qlimprer QDfaffl'93 l,I'l'.Vill1'lIf . . . . iXl0I'l'iS Hurwitz fvifw-f'I'f'A'i1lr11l . . . Rafael V. Som in Sf'r'rf'ffH11' . Mark Hupkins ,l'l'l'll.YllI'I'I' . Prof. hi. A. Noir no .'l.v.vi.i'frll1l 7'I'l'll.K'll7'l'l' NV. P. im fl.S'.Wl1'i!lfl' lfiliflll' . lgll.YiIlI'.!',V lel'f7l'l'A't'llfllfi7'!' . . . . . Qlarxllhcm Cincinaro S. Abreu, Brazil Gustavo Arfchilla, Porto Rim H. H. M. Au, China Aaron Birman, Russia lf. limlinc, Swvdvu M. Congvr, U. S. lfmilio Di-Soto, Spain Fcrnliuaml Ui Hartolu, lralx G. R. Gcarn, U. S. Artluu' IC. CiI'2lIli3lll'Q, U. S. W. P. Graham, U. S. Samuel Grcsscr, Russia Y. Halvcsliian, Macedonia Mark Hopkins, U. S. Morris Hurwitz, Russia lfci lug Li, China Fvi lug l,i . . Aaron liirmau NVH1. C. Lowe, U. S. VV. P. Lo, China A. Lupvz, Cuba V. M4-mluia, Culza Roy IC. ix'IOSill'l'. U. S. li. J. Nasif. Palcstimr AI. A. Norrhcotr, Canada R. A. l'ortc-r, U. S. L. Qucral. Cuba Chas. A. Roakv, U. S. 'lf S. Rockrisc, japan R. V. Somxulo, Cuba C. I.. Suu, China ll. Ci. 'l'criz:u1, 'liurkcy H. M. 'liilr0c, U. S. VVillia1u 'NVolfson, Russia 'Fhrcc ll' und vcd Twcnlx McCabe Sherrard H. Palmer XYharton Deuel I. Palmer Sweet Gibson Holdredge Griiiin E. Ellenberger Rile Jones Davis XYinga'ce Brainerd Ji HER LU l,I'I'.Yi1Jf'llf . Ii'i1'l"'l,l'1'.l'illl'lIf S1'1'r1'lr11'y . 'llI'!'ll.VIIl'l'l' lgl'1llll2lI'll, tl. Forest, lflorimln Brown, Georgie, KL'IlflIL'lij' lionnyinzln, .le:inette, Virginia Davis, Uorotlly Nl., U. C. IDL-nel, Floriene, Virginia lCllenlierger, lilizzllretli, Pennsyl Gibson, Lester l,., Arkansas Griflin. .losepli IJ., N. Carolina l'l1lI'Vl'j', Homer l'l., lNl1lI1S21S lloltlrillge, Ruth ll., Virginia jones, l,:iurem'e gl., Uelzlwzirc Little, l'iZlI'l A., NV. Virginia lXfIcCnlne, livn, -lDClII.VV2ll'C m1PAn'7 fjl'yIllIi.Z51'If 19119 QDffiEl'l'5 Joseph ll. Grillin Georgie Brown Annu li. NVing1:1te .l. Hznrnier Rile, .I r. ':lll?CllIlJEl'5 Mllllll il' -I! , . Pzllnier, llelen ll., l'l0I'lll1l l71llIlll'l', lrene, l'll0I'lll2l Rlieinlleinier, lfml. VV.. 'l'ex:1s Rile, .I. l'l2lI'l11t'l', Jr., llelalwnre Rntli, Clizls. M., ,lil'X2lS Slierrnrml, lxlIlI'g,f1lI't'T M., Virginia Sllllfll, NVinif1'eml S., l'll0l'lKl2l Snyder, lCrliel, Virginia Sweet, lfniml, Virginia XV:1rwiek, XVIII. C., l,onisizln:i NV:ztkins, .leunette tl., lJl'l2lXY1ll'l' VVlmrton, -Ii. Herman, lxl-2ll'j'l2ll1ll Anna Belle xVll1Q'Zlfl', District of Colnmlmizi if IW '.l'l1e Syracuse University Sontliern Clnlu was orgzuiivml in nineteen llllI1tlI'1'il :intl nine for the purpose of interesting prospective Sontliern stnrlents in Syracuse Univer- sity :mcl promoting :incl increasing good fellowship :intl welfare of its members. 'I'l1l'ee ll llll1ll'L'll Tllirty-on e Sitnash Qliluh SUI '1 IOMOR15 S1 JCI IC'l'Y l"o11111lvrl nl Syrm'11.r4' lllli7'l'l'.K'if.1' 1909 Goes , Marlin Stevenson Seolt NV:unls flruhznn Summerville Willixuns jfuatvesf in Muihzwitatr George ll. Clmplnzln VVillizun V. Healy .lzuncs A. Noxon lfrcclrick D. lV1ClAlllgl1ll11 Allen H. Summerville Chester A. Stevenson Roger Willi:1111s Robert R. Grzllmm lluntlrezl Thirty-two 1913 1914 Robert P. lN'1CDowcll lfVillizun A. Munro 'DeVVitt Bronglrznn William W. Hull Jzuncs W2l1lKlS Fred W. Martin Graymlon W. Scott Clifford C. Goes Emi i , V4 ' .J 6 ,A f . .... N . 7 5 'x ILJLTJ3 EATTW 9. fm. az. Q. L r 1 iw- ' Keeney Ilillinger -Rlflllllllllll 1'ri-nlier- Smith Rowe Mrwslier lfznup1ve11 Vnupflm Culvert H114-1111 S111-rk Morley Nellmvn-I1 SZDfficer5 fyffllI'I'llf Sr'1'1'r'lr1r'y . . . Elgin Slivrk lJl'l'.1'iI!f'lIf . . Cecil C. S1lec1c1 l"'izf1f-l'r1'.virl1'11I . Herbert 15. Smith Smrnrl111'y . Simon S. Keeney 'l'1w1.s'111'1'r . . . . 1'1rem1 13. 1V1or1ey Qlpigdinmwp Roy 15. 1V1os11er, '13, Cfllliflllllll Robert I". Thomas, '13 Judson S. WilS11131ll'I1, '15 Fei 111g Li, '12 Hzlrry A. Burgess, ,I-1 Boyd A. Little, '15 l1.iUIiB'fUIl5 Qwffffllgg Benjzunin Rowe, '13, Cllairnzrzu C. 1V1i11er, '12 V F. O. Clmimeey, '13 W. 15. Gilmore, '12 C. A. 11:u'ziW:1y, '14 1'11ree 11ll1l11I'L'11 '1'11ir1y-foux i o fmao ala QL lVllElVlllIERS1ll1' COM ZVI.l'l"l'lEE Gtto G. Reumann, fjlllliflllllll liarl W. Tucker, '13 lidwin Glaentzer, '14 Chas. G. Benjamin, '14 Walter J. Notman, '14 S. S. Keeney, '12 Grover Trumlmle, '14 Arthur llowql, 'l-I' ffrvllle S. l?1'IllllC, '12 Carl H. Glisman, '13 1um.l2 STUDY Leonard ll. Calvert, '12, Cllrzirnmzl S. W. Hausman, '12 'l'. R. ,l02H'S, '12 L. il. Cochrane, '12 Tracy Swan, '12 G. Haven Draper, '12 l-l. li. Barnes, '13 C. 15. Myers, '13 lf. D. Read, '13 l'l. C. Baldwin, '14 FINANCE Fred li. llflorley, '13, 6'lllIil'lI1lIlI D. 15. Chamberlain, '12 hflerwin Arnold, '1-1- H. C. Orton, '14 R. C. Prime, '14 W. lVl. Cavender, '14 M. li. Glisnian, '15 N lilGl 1 BORI IOOD Ql. R. Campbell, '12, Clmirnmn M. Coates, '12 H. L. Seymour, '13 F. L. lierns, '14 H. A. Burgess, '14 SOCIAL R. P. lV1c'Dowell, '13, Clmirmrm Roger Williams, '14 Donald E. Chappell, '13 Royal F. Sengstacken, '13 Roy O. Sykes, '13 W. G. Sheard, '14 VISITATION ,Lee 111. Vaughn, '12, Clmirman G. Vaughn Shedd, '13 P. G. Draper, '12 Wesley T. Logan, '13 Fred G. lVIundinger, '14 Newton Edward, '12 Daniel Schauss, '12 Walter ll. Dugan, '14 G. H. Carl, '14 F. G. Hiss, '15 SPORTS M. F. I-lilfinger, '14, Chairman Raye T. Piper, '14 W. Pratt, '14 G. M. Taylo1', '14 Ronald Putnam, '14 Robert S. Milligan, '14 T1 irce llundred Thirty Q 9 O O go A ff .f ' I vm' ' ,L . . . l. l X . l l.im'oln Lugg NVQ-lls Rmvlzlml Wzuuls XValcrl1ury ' Sllllll' Xl'llilu Gym' l':u'slms 'l'urm-r l'c14-rs Neal 'l'1'ciul1lm-1' 5IDtticrr5 fIl'llt'I'lll Sr'r'n'lr1ry -loy K. Smltll l,l'!'.S'illl'llf , , Uorotlly Peters, ll ffin'-l'1'r'.s'i1l1'l1I . Alice 'llIII'l1Cl', ll2 :nfl l"in'-l'n'xi1l1'11I lilllzl Parsons, 'l3 S1'l'l'l'fIll'j' . . Milclrccl Lincoln, I2 'l'n'r1.v11rr'r . licssic Wzlmls, 'l2 Gllnmmittetg RELIGIOUS MEli'l'1Nc:S tlvzm lluggg, '12, fjllllfflllllll llzlzc-l H ack, 'l2 May Src-vtcr, 'I3 l'lrllrl1 llolmlv, 'l-l MISNIBITRSIIII' Alicc rllllflllfll, '12, Cllzlirllmzz Ruth lfisllcr, 'l3 Lillian Cflllllflllgllfjl, ,l3 lfzmny lflclov, 'I3 Josephine House, 'l3 Ruth Clark, 'l-l 'l'llI'l'l' Ilunflrral Thirty-sux 2?. Gil. QI. Si. BIBLE STUDY Ruth White, '12, Chairman Ma1'y Smith, '13 Edith Ford, '13 1VIildred Snook, '13 Rilla Parsons, '13 IIERSEY FUND Florence '.l'reichler, '13, Cllrzirman Marry F.. Cobb, '12 Ruth Leslie, '13 INTERCOLLEGIATE Gertrude Waterbury, '12, Clmirmzui Nancy Cook, '12 Lillian Stallwood, '12 Florence Herr, '12 SOCIAL Della Shaw, '12, Clmirnlan Gertrude Steel-Brooke, '12 Marjorie Weyraueh, '14 May Shafer, '14 Edith Pope, '13 Lola Shaffer, '14 Clara Roper, '13 lVIildred Snook, '13 FINANCE Bessie Wands, '12, C,llli1'lllll1I Gertrude WHfCl'l5lll'j7, '12 Julia Lockwood, '12 Grace Potteiger, '13 Esther Smeadley, '12 ' Helen Phelps, '13 EXTENSION lldarion Wells, '12, Clllliflllllll Esther Ball, '12 Lucile Thornton, '12 Evelyn Bishop, '13 Frances 1-lowse, '14 MISSIONARY Bernice Rowland, '12, Clmirmrzn lVlarion Draper, '13 Elsie Brooks, '12 Anna Wooster, '13 Lucy Phelps, '12 Frances Davis, '14 Laura Paddock, '13 Olive Richards, '12 Q CAFETERIA Greta Gyer, '12, Chairman Gladys Campbell, '12 Ruth Hooklc, '14 Donna Belle Cleavland, '14 Anna Wellman, '14 Three Hundred Thirty c c jllilalthie Babcock bunietp l l Urgauizwl llV0'ZJlfllIb67' 18, 1902 2IDffirztG dlepll . . . Wllllzllll Asllfoltll Bell: G. Vzlnglln Sllcclcl Uimrl . Willfifl' H. IJIILIII Dnlrlll . . . . G. l'l:n'olcl L, ul llf' . . . l,ee lf. V!lllf,,lll1 9'u3mnl1cr5 Arelmillzl, Gustavo l'f. Aslmfortll, NVillizun lic-smell, lVIz1yn:1rcl l'. lirown, George S. liryon, Rudolph U. Curl, G. l'l:n'olcl Carlton, Clmrlcs W. Czlvencler, Willlzllxm C. 1 CllZlll1l7l2l'l2llll, Willizlum Clmnncey, l"recl O. CI'ZlWfflI'4l, Guy I". Cnstzml, S. l"r:1nk llngzln, Walter ll. lfox, llzunilton P. mb. Vlrrcv llnnvlrm-fl 'I'l1irty-viygllt Godfrey, Jzuncs D. l"lZlllSlllill1, Szunnel NV Keeney, Simon S. lAll'2lW2ly, Chester A. l,lttlc, lloyd A. Logzln, VVesley T. Lott, Frecl IC. Nliller, Cassius lVforley, l"rcclerick B. lVlosl1er, Roy lC. Owens, Frzmneis C. Owens, Spencer B. Powers, Wlllizlln ll. Rowe, Benjamin i1Balltl1ie47.l5tIi1tnrk Svusietp Savige, Gem-ge R. T?lyl0l', Leon J. St-lmugg, Dgmicl 'l'liomas, Robert F. Seliloop, Artliur L. Vflllglllh LCC E- Slicdd, Cecil C, VVaslil1uru, Judson S. Sliedd, G. Vaughn VVliitaker, Fenelon ll. Simon, Nathan A. Williziliis, Wzlltci' R. Smirh, Harry A. Wilson, James W- Wi'iglit, Earl C. 35 35 The lVlaltl1ic lil. lialwock Society, an outgrowth of the Preachers' Club, does not eoniine its membersliip to those preparing for the ministry, as did the original club, but admits all college men interested in active Christian work. The object of the Society is to develop the spiritual, intellectual and social natures of its members and to enliven interest in Christian activity by evangelistic work in city missions and country clmrelics. Qtuhent ulunteer 13511111 While Keeney 'llll0llHlS llaldwiu Davis NVoosler liuelc Qiiavkoiiluisli Cook lloueher W1lSl1lDI1l'l1 llmvlllllfl Nlnslu-r Yljflllllfl' Smiih 'l'hree Iluudred Thirty-uint Lrfafler . . Associate Leader S ecretary- Trezrsurer lfxlfL'llfi'lJlf Dzfputatimz Progranz R zfmrfls . M1z.s'e11111 Gustavo E. Archilla E. Clayton Baldwin lidythe Britt Irene Boucher Agnes Buck john R. Campbell Helene Cook Frances Davis Marion Draper Sylvia Harrington Samuel Hausman J. Sheron 'llliclc gill UBIU 1901111112217 'IBHIIU Qtticwi Qllnmmttteef 5 2 Qlpzmhzvsi as ae: Roy E. Moslier, '13 Bernice L. Rowland, 112 Marion R. Draper, '13 Samuel Hausman, '12 Anna Wooster, '13 Harry A. Smith, 112 Frances Davis, '14 Agnes Buck, 113 Robert F. Thomas, '14 Simon Keeney Olga Marx Roy Mosller lCdith Munson Abbie Quaclcenbush Bernice Rowland Harry A. Smith 1VIartha Tabor Robert F. Thomas Judson S. VVashburn Ruth White An na VVooster The Student Volunteer 'Band aims to unite those students who intend to become foreign missionaries into an effective organization. The members sign this declaration, " It is my purpose, if God permit, to become a foreign missionary." They devote their lives to preparation for their chosen life work, and do all in their power to bring about the accomplishment of their purpose. The Band holds devotional meetings at 7:15 Thursday evenings, some of these are open to all students interested in missions. Three llunrlrcrl Forty Svilher Bay Qlluh Przcvizlrrnt . . . Cllllliflllllll of Executive C Secretary-Treasurer . Lena Oaksford Helene Cooke Sadie Johnson Olive Richards Genevieve Shaylor Maude Welsh Janet Harding Dorothy Peters Bernice Rowland Mildred Lincoln Greta Gyer Ethel Baldwin Marion Wells Cassie Wells Jeanette Watkins Ruth King Mary Shafer Qffittw onmzittee 919811132125 Edna M. Wagner Ruth Clark Anna M. Neukonl Florence Knight Gladys Campbell Ruby Bell Lillian Stallwood Kate Meritliew Ruth White Helen Neal Clara Roeper Ruth Clark Ruth Deavor Lillian Connaughty Marion Draper lilizaheth Schaupp Ruth Hoople Georgiana Pierson Charlotte Valentine Ethel David Fhree I'Illl1dl'Cfl1T0 ty bumerrset Swmcuse UNIVERSITY BRANCH or WoMAN's CHRISTIAN '1'lEMl'IERANCl5 UNION. J Cobb Welch Jones Richards Treichlcr Smith QDWEZBE Genera! Secrelary . . . I' resid e nt . Vice-l"residefzt.v Secretary Treasurer . . . Rowland Wellman Lngg May Mrs. W. P. Graham M. Elizabeth Cobb, '12 - Maude E. Welsh, '12 Florence R. Treichler, '13 Anna Wellman, '14 Bernice L. Rowland, '12 Mary R. Smith, '12 Qupeuinrznuznre nt ibepavtmzntsd S eielztific Temperance . . . . . Purity . . . Merlin!!! Temperance Melfzberslzip . . SC 35 . Ida L. May, '14 Olive C. Richards, '12 Laura E. Jones, '13 M. Jean Lugg, '12 ' The college branch of the Young Woman's Christian Temperance Union is known as the Somerset Y. The object and aim of this organization is not only to promote total abstinence, but to create a deeper feeling of personal responsibility for the customes of society and to declare 'one standard of purity, basing the Work upon the belief that " only the Golden Rule of Christ can bring the Golden Age of Man." In a quiet, yet very effective way the Somerset Y is working out its aims in the University.- Thrcc llundrecl Forty-two DEBATIN ehating: Q zhietn 4 NASN1 UCH as the writer has been identified with debating at Syracuse for a period of six years, a review of those years might not be untimely. Previous to the college year beginning in 1900 Syracuse had been uniformly unsuccessful in intercollegiate debating. With the advent of Professor Tilroe as head of the depart- ment of Rhetoric and Oratory in 1906, the competition for places on the Varsity teams was thrown open to students in all classes and all colleges, which resulted in selection of two sophomores over some former varsity men. The debates of that year were with Bowdoin, VVesleyan and George VVashington, Jr., Universities, all of which were lost. On petition of the debatcrs in the University, the National Society of Delta Sigma Rho granted a charter to Syracuse, and the local chapter was installed the fol- lowing year. During 1907 Syracuse defeated VVesleyan and Bowdoin, these being the first victories in forensics in many years. The only debate of 1908 was with George VVashington, Jr., University and resulted in a victory for Syracuse. That year the University authorities granted two hours college credit to each intercollegiate dcbater, and designated a faculty committee on debating. The Debating Union was reorganized during that year, giving the organization permanent continuity. ln 1909 Syracuse lost to Colgate and won from Ohio VVesleyan. The year 1910 was a most important one in debating. The graduate system of coaching was installed with a graduate coach paid by the University. For the first time in her history Syracuse met institutions of her own size in forensic contests. The debates with Yale and Columbia were the most successful in every way of any within the writer's knowledge. They resulted in two notable victories for Syracuse. The defeat by Ohio VVesleyan closes the record to the present, making a total of two defeats and six victories since the first victory. The guiding hand in this light for the perfection of the debating organi- zation and recognition of Syracuse in forensics by the larger institutions of the liast has been that of Professor H. IW. Tilroe. The writer gladly pays this well earned tribute. With a debate already scheduled with Columbia for 1912 and other improve- ments in the debating machine contemplated, the future of debating at Syracuse seems bright indeed. SIIERMAN IQ. KENNEDY. l'2'1'.ri111'r1I of IJlfbl1fflIg Union. ld' 'I'hrecIInnd1-cd Fortywhree The Rebate Tlhlniun Carlton Logan Ruth Johnson Congdon llenton 'Kennedy Smith ,Tones QDCUKBBE nsnlzfnt . flu I 1'1'.s'irf1'11t LSI 1 1 1 lary . I uaslzrar Prof. H ugh M. Tilroe Ur. Alexander C. Flick Dr. Horace A. Eaton Wesley T. Logan l,. Stanley Felter Wray H. Congclon Charles C. Johnson L. Carl Sargent Isaac Joffe 1re llunrlrccl Forty-four . - jfilflllfy YIUUGZE5 EDZIBEUYB QIBBIIIIJBF5 JUNIORS SOPIIOMORIES rmfsl IM EN 'LAW ibeimtew . Sherman L. Kennedy George Benton Charles P. Jones Prof. H. M. Tllroe Dr. liclson N. Tllckey Dr. Philip A. 'Parson Dr. T. Aaron Levy Sherman M. Smith Nlartin F. Hilfinger Charles W. Carlton Charles N. Ruth George Benton Albert B. Mer1'il1 junior ZBehate Qiluh V. Sanford 'rllhllll Mohh 1 Morley Logan Hcnlon Smith Qibfficcri l,l'l'.X'iIlIfllf . . . George Y. Renton Virzf-Prasirlrvlt Roy F. lwosher Sl'!fl'l'fl1l'jl Rohert Follet Thomas fl'I'l'Il.S' urer Re'fu'1'.rf'llfr1li111'.v in Dvbnlu Union Benton, George Y. Glisman, Carl H. James, Grover R. Logan, Wesley T. Nlorley, Fred B. Nlosher, Roy E. Rook, Edward J. A. Qlarnnhwd Herhvrt F. Smith Sherman NI. Smith VVesley T. Logan .F -r Salpeter, Samuel Sanford, Elvyn P. Sengstacken, Royal F. Smith, Herbert F. Smith, Sherman IW. Thomas, Robert Follet Wtvlt-lm, VVilliam T. Westlake, Theodore N. Three Hundred Forty-five Qupbumure Rebate Ciluh -- , Smith Piper Moore Brewster llClljZlll'Iil1 Roblaius llilllnger Shapiro Mason EDU885 lJI'l'.Yilll?7ll . . . . Arthur K. Dowd V i1'1f-Pnf.s'irl1'111 Morell K. Brewster SI'CI'6'fll?'j!-y17'I'Il.S'Il?'lf7' . . Charles F. lVIason , , S Nlarrin F. Hilfinger Rz'fJ1'z'.v1'11tfzlzwx zu Dabnlrf Union . . . . a F- LCC Bums 919211111255 Glenn R. Arnold F. Lee Bemis J. Forest Brainard Glenn S. Brewster Morell K. Brewster Clyde Burch Francis lVl. Daley Arthur K. Dowd Charles C. Francis l'hreL- Hundred Forty IX lVlartin F. Hilfinger W. Leon Hutt Charles F. lVIason Raye T. Piper Ronald Putnam Howard N. Robbins Otto J. Reuman John W. VVarner Wm. H. VVusthof jfresbman Rebate Qlluh I or Shafer D. Brown Callenllcr North Mulvcy Washburn ll. Clark P. Clark Savige Congclon Rowman:-1 G. S. Brown Carlton VVaItcr QDffitl'U5 l'r1'.virl1fnt . . . Rodney 0. Winans Viffff-Prrsizlzrzzt VVray H. Congclon Szfwvfrzr . Gem' e S. Brown g T1'rfr1.s'11rw' . . . . . Cllllliflllllil of Debating Comllzitiee . . 9.9811102135 Bollander, Louis H. Brimmer Brown, D. W. Brown, G. S. Bryan, R. D. Callcndcr, S. F. Carlton, C. W. Clarke, P. Clarke, H. D. Congmlon, W. H. Cornell, F. Fagan, B. H. Fowler, Lewis George- R. Savigc Ferdinand Walter Haire, H. H. C. H. R. lf. Harrington, lWontanna, Lichr, l. F. North, W. R. Ramsey, R. B. Savige, G. R. VValter, F. VVinans, R. VVashhurn, F. llflulvcy, V. Howe, L. Shafer, A. E. Three llnnzlrull Fnrly-se n wumarfs abate lub QDUUZBIZE Pmvident . Helen N. Goodwin Vice-lJr1'.x'irl1'11t Gertrude Skerritt Szfcrelary-Trzf11.v11r'w' Genevieve Gifford Faculty Azltfixnr Dr. Ross Jewell HC SC ' The VVoman's Debate Club is an organization composed of women from all four classes. This Club is governed by an executive committee consisting of the three officers, together with one representative from each class. The members are assisted in their work by a faculty adviser. The aim of the Club is to afford training in argumentation and public speaking and to increase class spirit. ' Frequent debates are held upon subjects of current interest, and enthusiasm is increased by occasional social meetings. Three Hundred Forty-eight Mppzrclass Culuntest in QBraturp JOHN CROUSIE COLLEGE, MAY 9, 1911 imzngvam Nlusic, "Concert Valse" . . . . . Miss Rilla Parsons 1. Edward J. Stapleton ..... 2. V. V. Sawyer . "Tim Upjmrrfmify for 3. IC. D. B. Lynde .... 4. J. H. L. Baxter 5. A. T. Utis . . . 6. G. W. Colegrovc . . "Nvgro Music, rl. "The Spring has Come" . . L, "Banjo Song" . . . iltunrhfi l"ir.vI-limlwzml D. li. Lyncle ,Decision of Judges by Dr. Guttmunn. Juflgrs on Dzflivary: Prof. Ezirlinan Fenner Dr. Adolph Guttmann lX'Ir. H. B. Hustccl .fudgex rm Tlmugllt and Colllposifionr Dr. Charles Carter Dr. H. A. Eaton Dr. A. C. Flick. Friml :J flclllldllillll R eciprority the Illllcfilflllllfllt lf0fl?l'n ".Mo1lern lJflf7'i0fi.1'IIl " "A Fable R1ral'izr'1l" . "The Rm! China" Problem in the South" . . Wllilr' . flomer Srrfuml--Alvzlll T. Uris Three Hundred Forty n n Bznisun Reclamation Cllluntzst FOR SOI' HOMORE M EN JOHN Cuoose COLLEGE, MARCH 13, 1911 1990553111 lVIusic. "Concert Wzlltz in E" .... Illoszowski Ruth Elizabeth Adams 1. "The National Flag" ..... . Brmflzzv' Herman Sheinhouse 2. "The Unknown Speaker" .... drum lldichael L. Ryan 3. "John Brown at Harpers' Ferry" . . . . Pllillijmx Robert P. McDowell -I-. H A Great Negro " ..... . Pllillijzx George Benton Music. ll Ecstasy . . . . RTHIIIIIFI b Who Knows . . . . Clougll-Leighler 1' The Cuckoo ..... Lizrr-Lrflmuum Miss lone Livingston 5. " Dr. .lekyl and Mr. Hyde " .... Sf!!'Zl1'7I.S'!l7l Irving Siegel 6. "The Death of Benedict Arnold" . . . C0l'lin.v Samuel Salpeter 7. "'l'he Perfect rllrihutcn .... !l11rlrr'wx Roger C. Graves lVIlISiK'. " Finale from the Concerto in A. Minor hdiss Dorothy li. Barnes 91l.Ut'lUU5 l"ir.vf l'riz1f-Roger C. Graves Srrnnfl Frizz'-lrving Siegel CfllIlllliffI?!! of dwnrrl: Three Hundred Fifty Principal Earlman Fenner Reverend GQ K. VVarren lVIr. Sherman Rowles iiieahing Qiuntest fur bnpbumurz Tlfllinmen JOHN CROUSIE Col,l.l5cu2, FEBRUARY 21, 1911 ibvngcnm 1. The Death Uislc . . . . Alice Nl. Abel 2. Letter Scene from Nlzlcheth . . . . Edith M. Gardner 3. The Chzunher Scene from The Chrisrizm Alison Close -1-. Fourteen to Une ..... Florence L. 'lireichler lilizrzbwill Jllnrl' T'lC'lIilI Slml' ff.s' fuwrzf Hall Cniuz' Sfunrf l'l1f'lj1.v 5. Guinevere ..... Tl'IlIl.1'.Y!iIl ' lV1:u'ion R. Draper lm. Cupid and Dieky ..... flllllll-1'lll0ll.1' C. Louise Andrews 7. The King's Great Victory .... . Leu Arulrr.i-on Celia M. Kennedy QUIJEICUB5 l"ir.vl-Alison J. Close S!'l'0IIl1--lx'lZl1'l01'l R. Draper Tllirrl--C. Louise Andrews QIIIUBZ5 Professor A. H. Ferguson M1's. Lamont Stilwell' hflrs. Nina VVhiting 'l'hx Hundred Fillv-0 Orzition Orzltion 1 Piano: Oration Urzltion Vocal : Orzltion Orzlrion Vocal : l"ir.vf-l Qllbancellnfs Q9raturi:aI Cinntest Fon FIRST YEAR CLASS Corrnoiz or LAXV Assembly Hull, University Block, May 10, 1911 Presiding Officer-Pnor. LEONARD T. HAIGHT magnum - . . . . "Tha l'11.vsing of flu' Gram! Army" lfernuncl li. Riulinrml, Holyoke, Mzlss. . . . . . . . "0ri.vlv1ny " Charles 'l'. Rich, Syracuse, N. Y. Sclicrxo in B Flat lVlinor . . . . . . Chopin lVIiss Sara G. Gurevitch . . . . . . "A 71 Allilwlllllllfk GI'll7JI'Jl R. Glen VVilkins, Luke Placid, N. Y. . . . . . . "A n11fri1f11'.s' Gr1'r1lr'.vt Problem" L. Hzlywoorl Cooke, Greenport, L. l. C111 Dwarf Song ...... Louixr' Glllfllfff Chl lizlnjo Song ..... . Siflnry lfrnllrr Mr. A. C. Rzmllzuila . . . ."Tln' S1'r'vir'1'.s' of W1'b.vl1'r lo the Union" liclwzircl L. Smith, Springville, N. Y. . . . . . . . "Join: Quiury f1zl1un.r" ' Frank J, lVlelVl:1nn, Greenport, N. Y. ful Mirzlggicm ....... . fVfr1.v1:l1w'o11i U11 Lv Pzlrlzire cl'Amor fF:unstD . . . Gflllllflll Miss Lncinette Cliollm' Qiinnchsi 1. Hayworcl Cooke Sz'fm1zl-Fcrnzincl IC. Riclizml Thirfl-R. Glen Wilkins EDU525 Henry 'Phillips Williani H. Harding Frank I. O'Ncil Three Hunzlrcrl Fiftyrtwo Prohibition Qbraturical Clliuntest PRELIMINARY T0 STATE CONTEST Liberal Arts Chapel, March 21, 1911 DR. CHARLES H. CARTER. Presiding alevngrani 1. "The Great Issue" ..... . Grove C. Babbitt, '12 2. "A Great Task for the American People" . Thomas G. Coffee, '11 3. "The Last Charge"' . . . . Victor V. Sawyer, 'll 4. "A Constitutional Question" ...... H. Nile Eddy, '13 5. "Temperance an Element of True Patriotism" . Clarence O. Nloore, '14 6. "A Plea for United Action" ..... Wesley T. Logan, ,13 7. Decision of the Judges 51108135 First-V. V. Sawyer Sevond-Thomas G. Coffee gluhgm Professor A. C. Flick, Ph.D. Professor Perley O. Place, A.lVI. Mr. Sherman L. Kennedy, AB. Zilllinnwti First-Victor V. Sawyer Srfond-Thomas G. Coffee 35 36 Victor V. Sawyer also participated in the State Oratorical Contest at the A. NI. Chesbrough Seminary at North Chili. Three Hundred Fifty-three dnl. THE JUNIOR PROM The beniur 385111 On Thursday, February 15th, the Gymnasium was the scene of the most suc- cessful "Senior" in the history of college functions. With a novel scheme of decora- tions and a record attendance it will long be remembered by those who were fortunate enough to be there. A roof of solid evergreens over the dancers, icicles and snow and frosted lights did not cool the spirits of the crowd in -the least, but gave a winter effect that was charming. Take it as a whole, the Senior Ball of 1912 Senior Week will be hard to surpass and hard enough to equal for years to come. EUmUIitt2Z llianaged by Phi Kappa Alpha Senior Fraternity Preston D. Fogg Carl B. Norton Harold R. Waldron Paul H. Helms Ransom Cooper, Jr. Walter J. Bryant Edgar B. Ingraham Charles D. Reidpath 35 35 - S 015132 jiiunint 19mm Transformed into a beautiful Italian Garden, the Gymnasium was the scene of great gaiety at the Junior Prom, which was held Thursday, December 13th, 1911. The decorations were schemed in blue and white, the ceiling was entirely concealed by a canopy and countless roses in wreaths and festoons added to the beauty of the scene. About five hundred dancers were present and pronounced it the best A'Junior" ever. EUUIll1fff2K lVIanaged by Double Seven Junior Society Floyd A. Parsons Harry A. Pattyson C. Rease Bralcy Royal F. Sengstacken James Crawford Harry M. Simmons Morris Dee Alfred D. Simpson Alfred Kinsman Oliver J. Smith H. Adelbert lVIarsh Raymond E. Tiffany Harry A. Mason LeRoy lvl. Weimert Three Hundred Fifty-Five A START 'TOWARDS THE IMPROVED CAMPUS ree Hundred Fifty-six Q, wx. ,vm f -ng 'S MQQQ . 'A s N Zllllitljnut a hit nt ill content 'Ghz EDnuunagan XUUIIID nnlu pueient Qllbzse pages! tm: pnuu mevrlment. Zinn it lt haw! that you Gbuulh tinn Qnuvselt the suhizct ut a gvinh, why, iuin the laugh ann usher mint: N 536. 42 S Tl ll I llfifty-eight I hull A 1"l' H. :-':-:-:in T C' S A Ihr CQ, I gig-f X JXB .-nh jim' 6 1 ,. THE FIRST BUTT Szlvisitnrratai lVIr. Archhold is quite right when he tells us John is the Salt of the Earth. John is the salt of the earth all right. Professor Flick is also quite right when he tells us the aristocrats of the future will he the sons and daughters of the Standard Oil. By using the scientific method of Deduction, this puts us fthe students of Syracuse Universityl in di- rect line for charter membership. And we'll he Johnnie on the spot, too. But, what will he our favorite hymn? Has Uncle John a favorite hymn? Yes, yes. lt is called, "Beautiful Isle of Some-where." John loves to hear this sung by an lrish tenor who pronounces it, "Beautiful Oil of Some-wheref' An- other one of his favorites is, "Praise God from Whom Oil Blessings Flow." Has Uncle John a family tree? Yes, a regular tight-bark hickory of a tree. Some Professors claim that he is descended from King John of lCngland. Others declare his great Ancestor was King Angus the Cautious of Scotland, who went to the coronation in a golf cap in order to save wear and tear on his crown. Now, we fthe aristocracyj may not he descendants of King John or we may not he cautious when we go to a coro- nation in an Orange lid, but 101' are flll' lll'i.l'f0!TlY1f.V of flu' future. Our motto will he "Never spend more than twenty-live per cent beyond your incomef, Three Hundred Fifty-nine 4 4 R: 'Q In E 'UQ I 4 Q l 5.- Qpy ,f .I 1 an fa . ll No -at 0 0 V0 S T UQ Bill:- Big Scrap Pulled Off Back of Gym DAILY ORANGE ASLEEP The Bout Took Place One Y. M. There was a ltig Scrap pulled off the other day over back of the Gym. The Daily Orange was asleep on the Joh, and as a result failed to puhlish the Story in the News Columns. Noltody saw the Fun. A little Bird did, though. That's why you see-what-see here in the Onon- dagan. The Annual doesn't go to sleep, even if it has to ask a little Bird. We won't tell you, hut it wasn't a Jail-hird. The Big Fight occurred one Y. Nl. l"or further references as to what we mean hy Y. Nl.-C. A. about it. Roge Graves put on the live-pound lVlitts and Rudy Prohst used his plain Slappers. The little Bird says that liach was working for the Championship of the University, and when he four little friend, the Birdj rang the Gong, they proved to he Glut- Three llun1lrc4lSix1y tons for punishment. fPardon a few George Ade lixpressionsl. livery time Roger Landed a crushing Hay-Nlalcer on Rudy's Family History for the Y. Nl. C. A., the captain of the Football team countered with a short- arm Jolt on Roge's Relief lVlap and in- cidentally left a few towns and cities. Nloreover, Dr. Graves was Right there with the Goods and succeeded in getting First Blood. But just as often as he would dance around for an Opening- Bangl-right on the Dome CRoger's Dome isn't concrete eitherj and he stalled to escape further punishment. Both would retire to the Corners, breathing like lfngines trying to get up a hill, still full of Comlrat. The little Bird says when nightfall came they still were edging around the Ring, slapping away, for each was too game to he a quitter. The only time the llove of Peace set- tled down upon them was when they quit and fell asleep, exhausted and all in. But just at the moment when they woke up, the Peaceful Dove said good- ' Y l' Y K' I '1- X ffspx 1 A T "fi,-Kiwi , st: l l . , 1H3't 5 l i s. L N 1 X S-. X 7 l bye, and another collegiate Gettysburg Little Creature of the Air walked out, took place. Biff! Bang!! Bing!!! Good night! One of them met their VVaterloo, he declared that all Bets were Off, as neither could Come Back. the little Bird says, but he won't say whether it was the Y. NI. C. A. or the Football team. lt was a cinch one of Mx them Failed to Come Back. sw ffjfrgtfgjk-cy l' VVhen this little Bout is going to Hap- , ! 4 I l pen again, the Yearly sincerely hopes the ' I l R I l Serappers will kindly inform the Daily, fax B' so that the Boys and Girls can be atound ' fl xx and see the Fun. Perhaps the little Bird ' 4 ii f 'f-ci was telling a Fib, but nevertheless his VVord had to be taken for it, VVhen the as as more btvappwi THE "HONEST UD SCRAP" CLUB OF THE LAW COLLEGE I' ' Q A -9 I E Anja 'B 'P 33,1 215112, . f fx f '1 I Ph ct Hundred Sixty ne 'rl f' . -0 4 5 E: Q! Q! ffl hir n li 4 A n RFK Tllbe 2111 QDnnnhugan jfacultp jfonthall 'mam lhe Onondag m, with all the miss of sporting news at hand, selected at the close of the footb 111 seison the best all around footb ill eleven that could represent the ficulty, which tum we muntain can trim 'mg thing the county has to offer with the Left End Left Tackle Left Guard Center' Right Guard 1 Gramlich W D Harris I-I A Peck W. M. Smallwood 4 i 5' n 1 . A l f' . ' . ' IE g '. ' , ,' 5 . L K ts s I 't t 1 2' " 'z 2.1. . ' . " " possible exception of the Auburn Prison 'Varsity. The following is the team: , ff J. 5. . " ...... l In '25 1 . .A 2. . , 1 R J. A. R. Scott . fa I1 li GH. M. Tilroe Right Tackle Right Earl Quarterback Lvfz Halfhach Right flalfhach I"ullhaclc E. E. Sperry . Dean F. Smalley . H. W. Stiles . W. Gorse . M. W. Blackman ......... Jake Gramlich is chosen for left end as he is the fastest man in the faculty, he being of decided all-American material in this respect. Prof. Sperry is chosen for the other end for " there is a divinity that shapes our ends." Bill Lowe tried for one of these positions, but the judges decided that there was no end to him, and furthermore he would seriously interfere with the training of the team by passing out too much " Deutchf' Harris, the bowling wizard and Tilroe, leader of Tilroe's Band, are the logical and only candidates for the tackle positions as they are extremely hard men to skin, as several of their opponents have already found out. " Mart " Smallwood would be an ideal guard for he is a man, extremely hard to beat. No one has ever tried to get by Mart without being tackled, spilled and other- wise put out of commission on the spot. The other guard position is alloted to Prof. Peck, who makes his opponent see shooting stars and planets in fathoming trick plays. Jar Scott's chiefqualifications at center would be that he passes easily and stands on his head occasionally. Dean Smalley is the self-evident choice for quarterback. He would set in motion a powerful attack for he knows every trick play in the game. As a strategist, general, and captain he could lead the team to many victories. Decker is a valuable sub, for he could run the team at whirlwind speed, and could prove by the fourth dimension that there were four downs instead of three, when necessary. Prof. Stiles of the Medical College would make a wonderful halfback and un- doubtedly could electrify the spectators by securing large gains through the use of his " stiff " arm. Willie Gorse is the permanent mainstay in the right halfback position as he is a good man on distances. Head Coach Chancellor J. R. Day decided at the last moment that the ablest can- didate for the fullback position would ,be Dr. Blackman. Although he is not strong on the heavy work, he can play the delayed pass to perfection and can be depended upon for place kicks and goals as he is an excellent kicker. The name lllaulsby sug- gests in itself that he would be a valuable man on the offense. Thy-Qc Hundred Sixty-two 52?K3E1635263Eli391639l62'29l6!'I9I6!'29I6!'2PIG249162451624521624EK245191624EK529162-2916392639if3?!6!'2?Z6!'291624516245E2'!H62'2?i62'!?l62'2BKg5 7N I o Q 0 0 o'o Vo NQ if: V' S2 a manager of an annual in the eye harder, than Sli . . when the students of the University who buy the books, ignore the advertisers. N Q V 1 o 0 o Q sk io 94X Q.: 2? Gif 23 'T l ' . 55 'SRX ef. ws f 5ST N5 53 0,9 N-P fx gl l YN 5:0 5:3 V ' f4?"7l"li,i -e 4' if T z-: .. y T i z-g 0,0 ' H ED 03 .3 V I A,-:L-5- ,.,z 1 S, 25 - . '?' EE HE STUDENTS should make the dealers herein represented, THEIR dealers. The products, of these ' 0 . N merchants cover every commodity needed by the Varsity man and woman. :: :: :: The advertisers in this book buy advertising space with the objectof obtainingthe student trade, thus making possible an annual which stands with the best. :: 1: :: Why can we not make some return to these men? THINK IT ovER AND DO YOUR SHARE. 212 G 6 D PUBLISHED 1912 be nun agan B Y C L A s s '13 933 . . Leather Pound Excluszfvely-Przce, 82.00 Si? GEORGE F. LEE, Manager 763 Irving Ave., Syracuse, N. Y. 71' ' :fx gi: , 39K3H63El?3Eli242635535K3353Hi35i'Q3'Z9k39K39K3916Z'35l9i'i39539KSEK39535163EK39E!'39K3'39K!'!?EZ'I9K24?-l4!'!?i5!'3?i42'3 Thi-cc Hundred Sixty-three 4 4 4 5: -s G! if RFK l 4' A Il Z 5 7 f f Z 4 931:-::,flrxv f .1 i an fa ll 'gi H Vg,--1 163' Zllbe Sophomore No thought have I but one, And that egad is fun: 'lihe Frosh to scare And raise his hair, Oh! llm a son-of-a-gunl fdlbe Sofia! lion Beau lirummel went to the Sorority house A party call to make, He sat around and ate some fudge Between large mouthfuls of cake. He clipped the edge of a Dresden dish And scattered the floor with crumhs, And in the alhum of choicest prints Left the marks of his greasy thumhs. He warhled a few of the latest hits And thought he was having some sport. Sin' only smiled when he elumsily spilt His chocolate on the piano-forte. Next day, late to breakfast, no studies prepared, She met the lXf'Iatron's cold stare- lf you must entertain lVIr. lirummel again Please take him out in the airf' fWe know you, Beaul. 32 55 Huh 1D2 712615 Blltb Bfulltiflll 251112 QE1225 Fnovo PARsoNs-" His laugh is like the tearing of a rag." if if I! J! OAKS, upon reading that A' two lf "ll 'll the room,'l said that it could not he done unless one of n els ui sit up .1 night with only one chair in them sat on the lloor. filillkflli, we are surprised and pained at your ignorance! 55. 35 ZIZHDD Zpllllvgijth ? Overheard shortly after the suspension of the Chauncy's apology and be done with itf' Three llundred Sixty-four engineers. H Well let's accept FOOD FOR A YEAR Milk .... -... .............., .... . , ,..,..,... 240 qts. Butter .,.... ....,................... ,.... , . , 100 lbs. Eggs' .... ,,..,... ........................,,. 2 7 doz. Vegetables .....................,...,.... 500 lbs. This represents a fair ration for a man for a year. But some people eat and eat and grow thinner. This means a defective digestion and unsuitable food. ' A large size bottle of Scott's Emulsion equals in nourishing propertles ten pounds of meat Your physician can tell ou how it does it 2' 1 5 Q E i mhz 919an:jFrnm:51Dut:uf:Q1Inm11 I Q 2 The Man-From-Out-Of-Town was being E E shown about the Campus by a Student-Friend. , f' " What," asked the lVIan-From-Out-of- Town, " is the seating capacity of the WcJ1'lcl- Q f 1 Renowned Stadium ?'j I -' ' ' " Oh thatf' replied the Student-Friend, who y had read the College Paper, religiously, "is guar 'A f anteed to hold 40,000 people in a row. How- ' I ll ever, sometime past, when the autumn moon was ff' . - shining, it actually seated two in a roW.', ll ll Q " Oh," said the lVIan - From - Out - Of- Town, " I see." " Yes," answered his guide, "And down through the opening may be seen the famous Orange Publishing Company, Where the Daily Pickle receives and heralds the news of the World to the Orangites each morningf' " Excellent," remarked the Nlan-From-Out-Of-Town, as he stopped to fill his fountain pen. " When,', he added, "will the Campus be completely beautified ?" "Oh,,' said the Student-Friend, "lt will be commenced just as soon as those three University laborers get through spreading cinders on the trackf, 35 35 Inaba Tlluucbing om you have such beautiful blue orbs." 'FAIR ONE Cto " Blondy " Cooperj :--" Rans 5- sl 'B Q 6 9 !,,.fJi f ! e f 2 f, Z gk " X Gizonoiz SIMS PARKIQR fthe man who made Goldman's transformer famousj and his fam ous " hound dogfl Three Hundred Sixty-six + 391624?l5!'2?I6Z'2?K!'2916SI!91624?I62'Z?'I6!'!916245163EK24H62'2H62'2?I!62'2?Z6K!'2BK!-IH424EKZIZEZQZHG24H424EES91624EKZIZPKIZEIGZIZEIS!-IE462-SEQ? H6 I o o ' ' "' I - , . S3 ,w..II2wf1ff1hI,,,8 1 GA LLS HASKINS X " 1,1 ' VANDERIIILT SQUARE gggxk College Clothes for College Men E-5 ig f'g,2 1 at College Rates 2E vANozRaII.T soumea svnAcuse.N.v. YOUR TRADE IS SOLICITED E14 OQHQOQHQQQHQQOHQOOEKOQEIQOQEIQOQEVQQH Ong: ov I ovg 005 00 f I QQ I of Ifovtlfvtxvtt Otgfvvyfoigfos 100 foe 00 of I 00 PK N :':9Ko'o Yo Vo Jo Jo o'o I o'o I if R03 fin 660515601IffofEo'o9k5Ifo'o9Ifo'o5Ro'o7IQv'o7Rv'o5'Qv'ofkinRiff:'iv'o9kv'o5ks'o9Ev'of'Ko'o9Ifs'o?K:'z if91424916391639163PK3H635163916391?3B?2491439539162495539l9I5!'ZH6Z'2?'K!'29K2'35?!'Z5l6!'3516351524?K2'!?E!'3?'Zf!'2?l52'39l52'2?lf!'Z?f6Q:Q 'ax ' If 515 The R. C. McClure Co. ... JOHN MCCLUILE cmxss, I-msium 327-329-331 South Chnton Street, Syracuse, N. Y. BRANCH! SCRANTON, PA. iii si Manufacturers of and Dealers in 915 E-Z5 Hzgh Grade Saazfary Fzxfares '-2 'N VNN0' 1.400 ov ng of foo os I oo Q foo von vos of vos fu foo of fooxlgoo I oo I oo I osx oo I oo I uv !35I6I'Z9Z5Z'!?-1692H692BIG2491639I62'29l62'!5!62'39I6!'2?i62'29I4!'25K2'29I6g! 5: 613 . Ryan 55 on Tlwhertakers 514 SOUTH SALINA sr. SYRACUSE, N. Y. as gg we SMG35163EKSBK249!QZ'!9K2'Z9I6Z'29I62'Z?l639?2'2?K!'29I4!'39li!'2?E!'2 I fn :':9Ifv'o5Ra'ofrxv'o9Ixo'o91QQ'v9:Qv'ofKs'o9lY4'o5'fv'o91560EK:':5K:'o?k40ENo'o5leNo'o?'Ko'o5Ro'o5ko'o9k609K6451?o'o7Ixo'o5Ifo'o9Ifo'o94fo'o7Eo'o?ISo'o?'I!v'o7'R:': o,o5xo,oyfo,s5Igo,o, 9,0 fo,QgIQo,o5IQo,4 Igopgv op, gsrvop Ieo,o?I4o,o?vf0,v sgfkoofaioofIwobKoo?I'Y1ofI son ooglkoofnfoohfo 015491 oo Iwo Rig The G. A. Trahan Co. if Clncorpnrmcdl fDecorati11,g Specialists if? 'Is K f - 25 ' 5.5 gig DCCOTHYIODS for All OCCHSIODS 0,0 5.0 sr --M e --H as oo :O COHOES, NEW YORK If sr EV N , f 52?-!6!'2E!4!'!?Ei2'29!6!'29l62491624926245462456!-I9l62'Irl'e2'2Ei6!'35.'62'2el4!'2 Three Hundred Sixty-seven r 211.gif- I5 -we Z! WfQ.',C' I II yf 'fij-E -wiik 5-3.-:I-f' lf vga!- rw I MI o f 75' 4... X new X -,. . ,, , I '-- I' , f f I viiff' . rnfclv- 1" fl, f yff1fy?4??f25,?i5.-r re, A 7 x f y,,.f f if If fn f if ' I lr piiib lpfirfj io X 12 -vp? ,mx I - f nil- A CO-ED IS WHAT A COLLEGE MAN IS GLAD HE ISN'T, BUT HEID LIKE TO BE AS NEAR ONE AS POSSIBLE. 35 35 " I'd like to know my mark in Math, Whatever it may bef' Then Decker said, " If I were you, A triHe would not worry me." 55 SC Query What makes the Senior Records so long this year? Why, we are printing Jill- s0n's record in full. Three Hundred Sixty-eight ilolroff W IJUICHIIUIS mv VA N13 EFL13Il..'T' SQUARE il., rl SEEIQZEESEES516249152491649163N524H6!'2H6!'29K!'3H62'29l6!'35I42'!?i6KZ'29K2'Z9l6!'25253EE2451624EIS3491624?K!'3?E!-!9i5!'25i'i2'29!4!'29!62'2h6gZ R nv Q . 7? ESTABLISHED :ala :-: EE N ' cg EE A X' - - 2-2 f f ' f Q f Ay if 2:3 zix, Lli, lg' 3 5 6 Y 3 if ' ' "' A if i"'TNCQ?'f1 ff? ' gig sg. , Q 0 1 Y f 45 entlemrms - umuahmg in mails. ' BROADWAY coR.TWENTY-SECOND sr. New vonn. gig vi . . . . . , , . is Spring Styles in Clothing, Rh' "hS"NHT'Vh Furnishings, Hats Sc Shoes M R - G U I R Y - - at Harvard Show Rooms Mount fig Rldlnlg 65 Motor Garments Auburn and Plympton Streets, Engllsh Leather Goods: Efvffy Fvffniglff ggi equipment for travel at home or abroad SEND Fon ILl.US'l'RATED cA'rAl.oc: X f V N A x A A! 39163EQ35639162'!9ii2'3h?SEK249163915SEE2'Z?KZ'2?'!6SEE3?-IQ3HSESEK24924SHG2495535624?-E2'39!6!'Z5E2'39!'i!'2?16!-3916!-I?E2'29KZ'2EiQ3 N:':N:!:n:!gn,v nu oo oo v xv 010015600 fit, on wo, foo oo foo fu fu oo, goo guyn gn foo t:ffnw'ofsw'w4w'oDnfs'o7ifJai?o'oEiQ:':9:53EK:'3?if:':?i4:':71'f:':9K:'o55o'o?nv4 o'oA'Qe'oxfKv'o?nxVo?ifs'o?ieo'o5'Yo'o9iYs'o?iYs'oH'fo'o?hs'o?iNs'o1iQo'o5iw'o?i'iff, 7 I :iz are '- 515 it D771 1515 3 HQ Sole Agents for Masury'S 214-216 S0l1th WHYFCD SI. gig '-Z . , . 3 if Paints and Lalman'sVarn1shes Syracuse, New York -, , ,K bk 8EK33633463491?!'Z?K3'39l6!'39262-ZEKSIAQ3555!-295SSEE2'!EEZ'2?!6!'Z?i9!535543H6336SEK2691639552'2EE!'3?l6!'3?!6245263?E2'Z?K2'35E!'2?ZiZ'3 Three Hundred Sixty-ni HC I 4 A gl 5: ". 'Q . ' "36- 9 5' i p In -v A ?ff'1L .N I Eff HPV .1 at fa II Q li The Seekers" . . 77 'fiup 'van Winkle" I i rrr Rm i X 'f f T - r L II , Legg? PI X 1 X K i EM.-'11-fir ff i f if f I o 4 h il it 'AA 2 - M i g . ig:---LVM FIRST FOND FATHER-"I got my educa- tion at the county school house and it didn't cost me anything. llfly son comes to college at twelve hundred a year." SECOND PROUD PAREN1'-"Well, his is higher education." 35 SC alt lfgnutsi with bptat I lluthe Holiclreclge an 19 use ,Qlutbnw Lost, But Not Forgotten" . . Love's Labor Lost . lwvencd Bread" t" . Girl" 'Standard Dictionary . . 'Dolly Dialogues" Un 1. 1 . "T he Viscount de Bragalo , . . Diary of an American ' Yl as as Zlluncnsnut Qtlasds Imam Gffptefifinni "Less Noise." V "A Word to the Wise is suHieient." "Now get this fellows." "Quizz next time." ' ' ' er to your own name." - George Kinhack d Floriene Dcuel . Leigh Loomis Harry lVIason . Oaks McKee . Danes . Pattyson Clarence King "You will please answ ' ' ' for applause." "That will do. There is no cause 'Vhrce Hundred Seventy 'A 5?N539l5!'2?l6!'IFK3363Elf2'25l'53'3?l5!'29l4!'2?l4!'!5l4!'!9l6!'29l6Z'2PK39l6K!'29l6!'35l62'25l'52'25l43'3?l4!'3PK3953H53?K2'35l62'!?l52'29l5!'39l6!'39l5S:E o 6 ai 9'Q Oo Greater Speed- Greater Accuracy- Greater EfCZ'871Ly X X Eg are the logical results of installing the X X ff H C I' W O O if Go . "2 X 3 I 3 C W I' 1 li C I' , - f A Exclusive Underwood features make possible :ig 0,0 A ' 'gp M---A--1. , , I 2:0 ff 1 , A N the most important labor-saving s stems of f' Q t '-'sieft-r- Y if X 4Ms5',Fq3-174fVLU rnodenmaccoundng. X SEZ The ever-growing demand puts the annual w ri A N-wWFh'r 3 gif :Q-j-1ff"i'.'2'f,v' it I ' sales of Underwoods far ahead of those of any if SEZ fL.1,ZQ2LjfQ:ff.'fL. ' ' other machine-making necessary the largest op 44.1, , -l ,l 1. 4' t- ,.. r, Q, . I tr 2:5 4 A -' it ' typewriter factory and the largest typewriter Eg EE ' A, Q, office building in the world. Eg N W Such a demand from business men every- Eg where is unquestionable evidence of the practical mechanical superiority of Elf Oo fo at . - sis "The MdChl71B Tau Wzl!Efve11taally Buy" "2 :-: BRANCH OFFICES IN Au. PRINCIPAL Cmxs Underwood I ypewmter Co. Inc Oo g' L. C. MARSDEN, LOCAL MANAGER Guerney Building, 474 South Salina Street, Syracuse, N. Y. 239593952-:axes-:sie:-:are2-are:canetea:-:sua:este:care2-:siercale:-zsxezaezeie:-2914:-:earner-aaa:-:sie:-:9R:':s:e:-:a:e:':9ie:':Aa:-:xx-:sae:-case:-:assi-5 3'29K!'39KZ'29K!'25K2'39l6SEKSPE2'!?K2'25l639KZ'35I62'3?K!'29K!'Z5li2'!H6K2'35l6!'3516!'39K326SEK39162426SEK33?2'!5K!'39ZQ!f3al5!'3EE!'3?E5E 5 Q 0 T T 019 GERMAN RESTAURANT 2 SMITH BRoTHERs,Pwpnn0w Q Q Telephone 5001 J 336-338 North Salina St., Syracuse, New York sie , RK amaxsaaMsmaxsxamamaaamaaaasmamxamaaamamamsmamaaaxamamsxaxaaa E Three Hundred Seventy-one ' ' e i i , 5 : Zllllbatws in a jllamzf ' E 5 Some fellows think they are pretty big because they can live in a house with two gr or three Greek letters over the doorg but there is a saloon over in Solvay with half of . ?3y:iL the Greek Alphabet over the entrance, and all it means is " Beer-5 cts.'i .hr .3M,! Q A . as ac X J ' l -i.ff,,-, - "9 dip' Qlllbz Qtbamzzlluc will c15ihz E115 a lanlinap -' 1 ' , A fx ' . 1 gg 'iii' H ' WHEN if is Q is Elgia Helmstetter forgets to roll his eyes. Charles Coman moves back from Baldwinsville. y Fred Newhart breaks training again. 1 ' Paul Crosby gets over his grouch U A i . n . . Mb, - ' 'led Westlake stops watching the Westerri trams. i' is " Steve " Huestis gets into condition. ,. ....... Q' Il I ac as J!! if gf , 'f "mu mary me sm muff' l QQ, Up in the airship they had thought l For wedding was the proper spotg N Xxxyjf But as the Words the parson spoke, X QQQLV A wheel within the blamed thing broke! Did this disturb them? Not at all, X Fmirfhey Thcyil or 7.59 Were Were Q' - v -A Wcdclecl ' .l:0Nr q5WmgggMAV 5110 fall. 36 X EDU!! nf 1K2U 1l.iUU5fZf5 The Order of the Red Roosters is a new organization formed recently in Syra- ' " for the past year were as follows: Cock of the Wzilk, "' " 'l Scratclier, John A. fRedQ University OFheers k Red Coaklevg lllnupa cuse .. . Red Schoepfling Bantom Coe , , . . Campbellg Early Bird, Stanley fRc-dj liclter. A K 34 Z UIHUEU tn TDK fluff? KEESLER-"VVl1y waste time coloring a meerschaum pipe when you can have t'nting your nose?" just as much fun 1 ' -two Three Tlundrerl Seventy Printing Center The New Model Five l... Smith gl Bros. Typewriter QBALL -BEARING, L ONG- WIMRINUJ HE printing center is the point where every operation of every part of this typewriter culminates-completes itself. In the New Model Five, the print- ing center is completely safeguard- ed. Ball-bearings of the carriage and of the Capital Shift make it sub- stantial and stable, no matter at what point in the line. Ball-bearing typebars throw the types accurately and positively to the printing point. In addition, a typebar guide completely prevents all vibration of type- bars from collision due to an uneven stroke in rapid operation. Other new features are a geared carriage-ball controller, ribbon color- swltch ln the keyboardg a device which absolutely prevents battering of type facesg and a lighter, snappier key-touch which is a joy to the operator. Don 't miss the frcc book of Model Five. Write for it today. l... C. Smith 8: Bros. Typewriter Co. l?ZZdOff2iiff7.'1elZZZZ33 Syracuse, N. Y., U. S. A. This Point is the E 4 5 5 3 Q is an .-...,g- .,.. 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He'd stop that ceaseless hray. il il JW I5 lid.. Witzel's headls above the earth It stretches all around, It is so large it hits the sky And makes a hollow sound. X 35 19211 051325 Un my desk before me, Her eyes turned to my Stands a treasured picture In its accustomed place. How often every day I look into her eyesg She never turns away, And never looks siclewi -An CH-1l.S'i0II by our .S'l'llfilIII'Ilflll puff Rt'll.l'l' Brzllry. face, SC. '35 35 Hpling tn 2Button J. AYLINU-"Have you seen jenny ?" BU'I'T0N-HJCIIHY who?" tl. AYl,INCl-llWlI5', Jennyologyf' 7Buttnn tn Qribuwtnn liU'l"I'oN--"Have you seen Jenny ?'l TuURsToN-"Jenny who?" Bu'1"roN-''Generosity." 'l'l1r1-L' ll unllreal Seventy-six Ji., 'lub ,f Q 'if Q N -n. A lap nt tb! wffk Bffnllf flfffllllg. What's the use of plugging, Freshie, What's the use of trotting Greek, What's the use of working math. out, When you're going home next week? 3N4249535?2-I5n'62'39K2'394624EE2-35?2'2?'E2'2EES91692N634N624A43EIQKSEK3BK2-2556245562-25l62'2?K3PK24EK9255!'2?K2'3?E2'!5K!'2?K!'29l62'! 25 EE if SE HARRY H. EDMUNDS RALPH G. BICKEL EE Th R d S d' ig C C I' t U 1 O gig Portralt E99 Commercial 52? ff! PHOTOGRAPHY gig Bell Phone 1055 W . 332 South Salma Street, Syracuse, New York 5Ei?K2'39E!'3?KZ'39E!'3?'K35163516345163'3?K!'35i'QI'3?K!'3?lQ2'39KI'I9K39l9K2'39K3EK2491639362'39K!'39K336!'39l6!'39!4!'2?-K2'39l6!'39EZ'25E2'35."i?? zaarez-:ar:-:ass-:axes:sueza:9:4:-:we:-:ae:-zerr.:as:':asz-nwz.:srzmzaeae:-:sr:-:Nez-:aes-:ara-:sax-:steam:at:-:ar:-:waxes-:aezeezez-:xii EE as ,v 0 o ' at 'Q Trust Deposit Co. of Onondogo 100 North Salina Street, Syracuse, N. Y. 60 4 Receives Deposits, Pays Interests, Acts under Pro- per Power of the Courts as Executor, Administrator, 934 . . . EK 5-5 Guardian, Trustee, etc .... Rents Safes in Fire gi ,', are and Burglar-Proof Steel Vaults at 335.00 per annum. 56 . . . . . Every Faczlzty for the confvenzent transaction of buszness. 55 OFFICERS President, FRANCIS HENDRICKS EE lst Vice-President, Fnsnmuclc W. BARKER 2d Vice-President, FRANK Hlscocx Secretary, JAMES BARNES Assistant Secretary, Lucius M. KINNE do 09 Jo ax N4 "' 356!'39lG!'ZaK2'39K2'393624914SEKSPESEESEX?SEE!'3?'I6!'!?E2'3AGIQZQEK39.'Q!'!9Z6!'39K!'29K!'25K3BK24EK!'39l62'29!62'25Z6Z'3?i4Z'3?K!'2E-W3 OO Thrcc Hundred Seventy-seven ? , 5 5 5 5 A . Q' I 4' -Y 3 H W4-1-'M , - : - . Q- -A if all f e ji aj .sf ,M I 0,1 f Q Q If . vf f L . . I 25:2-.-,Q 5222... ' , f f I i fl ffivd . 1 as I, , Q1 Jllarvntu clfsicapz U I5 Q ff . -, .- H. . . Y I neai had a strap this morning, confided a slender young lawyer by the name of Pulford, whom you wouldn't suspect of being belligerent. "Who with?" Ed Abell asked, with no regard for grammar. "Paul Kelly. I guess 1 spoke hastily to him. Anyhow, he got the idea that I wanted to lick him." ' "Well, what did he do ?" "He took it on the run. Honest, he rushed three blocks in about twelve seconds before I could say a word." "That's going some for a big man like Kelly." "Ain't it? And it didn't do him a bit of good. l was half a block ahead of him every step of the Way. - ' Si '55 lots nt dfxcitzmznt STRANGER-"But isn't this hill pretty slow ?" NA'l'lVl5 "Luiz" Al,l,lZN-iKSlClW? Say, nearly every evenin' there's the gol dingest most excitin' Checker game in the Administration building when the prohi- hitioners get together you ever seen!" . 35 35 Sweasurc nt W6 Ilntelligencz Fmo's MIS'l'lllESS, MARY GARIDNIEIQ Csobbingj-"l've lost my dogg my sweet little innocent petli' CLARA C0Rl3ET'l'?-Hlilll so sorry. Have you put an advertisement in The Daily fll'll77gI??U Floo's MIS'I'RlESS-iif,l1, what would be the use. The poor darling doesn't know how to read." 55 32 ' Uhr beninv clEIzrtvicaI'5 rIEIn5s5 Bang "Wc' picked some lemons in the lilectrieal Lab, Vvhere we thought only currents grewf' ' 32 'JC A ibisrnbzveh BLOOM--HVVllZll',S that man doing over there who is squinting this way through a telescope and waving his arms?,' CAS'1'I,lf-KiHC,S looking for a d-n fool and he signals that he has found one." '- only-eight 'Ilhree Hundred Sev 559624Eli!'3?l63EK24EK39163H43H5SBIG2'2?l62'3?'l52'2?l4!'2?I62'25l6g?Q gg?IQ!'29l4!'2Elf26?l63?l5!'35l62'3?l42'39I6!'2?l62'29l6!'2H6Z'35l4!'2?lG2'3h'5!:?, 715 0,0 0,0 9, ,,..'-,.,,. 0,0 00 00 ' ,- -, 05 R B 0 0 K S f wtf I 60 0'0 ' nf- unninu :1 .-T 541230, 0'0 if We can promptly fill any order for any ,Ba I I f U Qf5:::5l:3- L q in-at x gg hook that may be desired, whetherissued gg Z ,fi 'dl ll-tiglilbf' 5 UIKPAH gg from our own press or that of any repu- 3 ,Q WMV, bump-1, 2-3 vs table publishing house athome or abroad, eq Leather 5. 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SYRACUSE, N. Y. 0 0 5:9 0'0 S3 Eli JE 0 0'0 00 V BK 5: 0,0 'P 0,0 59 Q 0,0 al! aa 0,0 'Q 0 0 ?l39l62'2H62'29l4!'39KZ'3?lQ!'39I62'Z?lQ2'39l6SEK2454SEI?SEE394624EE351653EE3H639162'!?l6!-!?E!'Z9153HQ3Eli3926SEI?92?-li!-2?l42'3?I62'!Elif2 24EK3EKGBE3BK35KZ'3?l6!'3?K!'2?l43?l62'3?l4!'29l6!'Z9I6Z'Z9l6Z'29l6Q , X BLASIUS EDJQSONS Z-3 'Ig fl? MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS ijt 0'0 3 EK aff gg PIANOS Eli it 0'0 I I Q . Q9 5:4 Offices and genera wnrcroon. . Zi: 1616 Chestnut St. Philadelphia, Pa. 9 20: if . . A 5 Our l'7lSf7'IHIlCNl.I' arc nmi al Syracuse Ilmzfrrxrly 55342451424EliX45439163?l4Z'3?lQ2'3H6269lQ!'39l6Z'2?l6!'29lQ2'2?E!'Z9lQ!'3 2'Z9l42'29l6!'29l62'2?r'6!'3?l6!'35?!'3E62'354!'2N62'29l62-2516245162-2??!'Z?1l4Z-2 N4 25 3:5 Wi Y. Foote Co. Q5 STATIONERS Q3 QE BOOKSELLERS 215 3.5 ENGRAVERS are ,Q Q32 Fraternity Stationery and Engraving is a Sjmerialty ff? Agents for the Oliver Typewriter is Eli 3 UN1vsRs1'rY BLOCK, SYRACUSE, N. Y. SE, 976 5 SBIG39142-2A63Hi2'39lQ2'ZEQ2'29.'6!'39l6!'29lQ!'2?I-52'!5lQ2'25Ii!'3?li2'!?I42'3 Three IIIIIIIIKIFCCI Seventy-nine 4 4 4 .-? 1 A IQI'lUlfBI'llZf Ruth Morrison says she has not forgotten arithmetic, but yet she says that eleven and four are seventeen. X 35 120111 llllllltllh EDU? If you heard Harry Lauder sing that capture all, And if he went Way up to Would you call that a Scotch High Bawl?-Jlflikff Ryan. Say, Mike! Where did you get that poetical instinct? 55 55 5' 'D Qlnotbzv Qfffpunznt ut HDBEUHII ' ' ' ' Z 'n New York, standing Did someone say that L. Wennert was seen at the oo 1 I' l' f, "I-le's a Cousin of lVI1ne?" 35 PC Jlntntmatiun-Jblensiee Harry Pattyson-Phone 2031. sc sc ,I fats? 91815111 ' lat someone tried to sell Nlunson z g 5 in y , 9, Q dy Those Highland songs ' . C I as in front of the Bahoon's cage wnst ing l fold brick. It is rumored rl ' SC IC Ben r15zts5 115riIItant PROF.-" Simpson, you may tell me where the Declaration of Independence was signed." SIMPSON-H Ar the bottom." IC SC laarh luck VAN DUSIER-iiVVl1CYC did you get that hig lip, Ken ?" MARVIN-it Told the conductor I was traveling on my face, and he punched the ticker." 35 35 Slluzfitinn When was Cochrane appointed patrol on Euclid Avenue? SCX .-.. I ,..v,., Y, " SOME CROWD " IN THE STADIUM Three Hundred Eighty 5 51 ov 1 as 1 n 1 osyoo 1 on 1 ov 1 oo, ng oo oo,14oo,1 my 4ng1oo,1,oog1u gums U00 os, oo oo foo, ov oo 0 .fAfu'o5lfo'o5lfo'o?Eu'oflib?9n5o'o9A4s'o546s'obi5a'ofl5s'o5l5o'oDnxo'o515601reixdonfo'obrfo'of15o'o5fs'o?Rs'o51560?lQo'oblQa'o?'l6a'o?iYo'o3Ko'oHQo'o?lQQ l1enz'm26ea'0f all 65 for steam, Water, gas, oils and the like, the highest degree of efficiency will be obtained by in- stalling the genuzhe Jenkin Bro .Valves which always bear the Trade Mark shown in the cut. They are made of the best grade of steam metal in various styles and sizes. They are extra heavy, very strong, well proportioned, hand- somely finished, and most durable. W7'Z.f8 us when in need of hzlqh-grade fvalfves of any kind. JE KI BRO . New York Boston Philadelphia Chicago Jenkins Bros., Ltd., Montreal and London u vn,1 of .og goo 1 un, fov14oo51 0015001509 was foovn my oo, , , :9lQz':9lQ:':?lQz'z5lfz':?l?z':9lQt':9iQ:':5if:':Nffoil!Jobs?degliv'oDiXa'o?l9nxo'oDiio'o?lww AQv'o9aXo'o?xXo'ofiSv'o7iYv'o7lQo'o?ifo'of AQQSDK , Three lliindrod Eighty- ie ii Q1 Ei 'E In 'UQ any ?K8Ll5fiE ?KfUUiIlE5 By Krazy KM. In days of old, the Indiin roamed the bounding pi uile lind looking for prey lf he happened to come Lcross it the pool victim wis very ipt to spell the word with '1 instead of 'in lhit wis in the dim forgotten igcs when our lLI1'1lCl.lllL il godmothers would h ive thrown 1 ht if they h ld evei dreamed that such things were to lhen the lordly Wlute Min wwcd exceeding wioth He stopped the Indim fiom roaming over the primes for hc built till buildings on them, so if the redskin -.i-3,,ilL . , 2' . - I U Y z 1 . . . ' ' 2 ' - ' ' :Q 2 J 1 1 1 ' is H ' it H f 1 ' - 3 ' ' , an . . 1 . e. 1 z: - ' z 1 ' 2 'z 1 7 ' z - ' 2 - z A ' ' ' ' . . ' 5 . ' Q I n ' come to pass as the sheath gown and the hobble skirt. , .Q T 1 ' 'z :.' ' . 'z ll ll Ghad wanted to roam he would have been forced to hire an aeroplane, for there was no place for a horse to go, the buildings were so close together. Then the White Man looked in the old books of law and decided he had property rights, and that there was no place for former happy roamers of the wilderness. Then he decided that he needed shooting practice, and preferring live targets to trap shooting, decided that the Indian might as well be the mark as anyone. And those that he missed, he kicked out until they were found only in small districts which the White lVlan dubbed "reservations" The reason the districts were called by this name was because they were uninhabitable for anybody else, and they were really not reserved at all. "We must have re-vengelu quoth the redskin in guttural tones. So they went to school and soon were able to use as bad English as any of the white race. One day an inventive genius gave the Indian an oval shape obstacle, which was called a football, for the particular reason that it did not look at all like a foot or could not be worn on it. The Indian kicked at the football with as much vigor as the reformers and soon he became very, very proficient in the game. Then he started out and for many moons he trailed the scalps and colors of the best white men who kicked the football in the dust. The redskin heard there was a ulace called Sfracuse. The said "Ain't that I 5 Y 1 an awful name ?', "We must do something for it." So they decided to send their conquering warriors to meet the representatives of the place with the awful name, who did not dare to play at home, so they went to a place called Buffalo for no par- ticular reason except that nobody there had ever seen a beast bearing that name. Scalps dangled at the belt of the Warriors for several seasons until the Syracusans, who are also called Oranges, named after a sweet fruit of that name, asked the wily redskins to play in their own back yard which was called a stadium. The Indians did not know what stadium meant, and as they never got to the "S" in their dic- tionary, they had never really learned. So they came. Pow! And a redskin bit the dust which was a perfectly good I4 to 0 carat dust. So another year came and revenge swelled within the hearts of the former prairie roamers. But when they heard that'mystic word "stadium" again, their spirits quailed Within them and they bit the dust again, or rather they bit the mud for there was no such thing as dust that day. Twelve little taps resounded on the clarion peals of music followed by eleven. The eleven showed that eleven redskins had been on the scene of action, but it did not help at all for the mighty warriors were conquered again. Thus endeth the second spasm. Three llunrlrerl Eighty-two 0'0bY40,03v59,0bMO.Q5l40,0N40.Q5110,:IgQ,ON40,05Y40,05l40,01lfO,65l,j0,55l10,01!f0,01!f5l1092140.05ljO.6:1,f0,tN,ft.6:l19,51I4031!10,0Nj0,t5Yf0,05l1095110337fO.55lfO,5NjO,9 sonwofnw emo wus wus wus who wwe who who emo was ofnw ofawonvlwoflwonwofnoofuno.1wof1wof1w who of rw who om. of no wan naw o f N. SE KAN f QQ O. Sl! 312 51? iff gg OO XV Sl: 711 mx op 'F u vo N4 LRC glx gig yes Co :U N4 f'X XIX :-: 3:2 ' :gg ' X 64 513 sig 715 21S 55 TREAD SOFTD' 1, 7.2 71? Q. O.. 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I f 2.2 for all oecasrons Q23 , 215 7lY 32 Q2 .,..... 33 fi: Syracuse, New York SI! 2-3 21: iii CAN DIE 2-: . J 'j Are the only CANDIICS that nwvl your requirn-lnente vp Bell 1 hone 117. -j ,-, ,., - ', 4 . . - ,-, 3,2 :E Insist on getting Illl'lll-.sllflll lu'1f1'1',1'r1'l11'1'1' iff A. H. 14 1 N N 1 N cz, M A N A c: Ii 11 gs 3151 souru sA1.1N1x S'l'Rlili'I', SYRACUSIE, N. v. QQ XV - - 713 ' A . . , 1. 4?':.!40.f:If:v,0gv4o 0115035154 my ogs4o,0:uo,0:v402'1'.':'fL'.'g'Q'.':.l:'.':.l1'.' OO, no wus of1w'o,1w 0,1w'of1xo'of1xo mv 0, rw o, nt 0, no 4 - o who o, no o 1 KX o on fo uve uv fo on fo oygo oygo 0519 0519 05130 og go 4:1 go ogg: 951509310 Q 0371Ca'o'1Qo'o7Ns'oTNo'0, mio, 1w'of1w'4f 1w'o,1w'o.fks'of nw'of1w'o, rw 0, 1-.io 'I'lnrm-e llunwlreml liighty-three fu, 1.-5-'-Ig - l 6En1r1.EnEN!, ,:.-"fy: ff' .lf ' -"""' N I. I 9? 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VKEJUNIOR LAW BANQUET ,AT THE JEFFERSON 0 0,110 0,v Q gvgo ogvfo 9 'go 051.0 Q 1 o quo oy fo og, go 0 vga A o 4, .fo o I o I v 4 Q 00 SQFBNQ'ODl60'OblNO'OflNb'O?lNb'Of140551605!ANO'QA?i'O1lxOW55YOE665bl?9'O5604Elegy:EK:':N4z'x?K:':?E:':ElS:'zEl6t':9Kx':N693EiK:':?Kx':H6!.:?Kz'g9l60'O9KgQ 'A' lx o s Q s Q :Q o'o 0,0 ,Q rf FHCUSC I'11VC1'Slt tt gg 251 Professors and Instructors gg 3 , , 3 Seven Colleges Elegant Bulldmgs gg The College gag Eli Offers Classical and Science Courses. EE Co do 96 f v - at :ft lhe Colle e o Fzne Arts 1-2 916 56 gg Offers Courses in Architecture, Belles Lettres, Music, Painting and Oratory. ofo V I . 5,5 Yhe College of Medzezrze Eli One of the oldest in the State, has a four-years' course. The late Chancel- X EQ lor Upson, of the Regents, unsolicited, said: "lt is admitted by all com- gs? petent judges to be unsurpassed in this State." 2.3 212 , , if lhe College of Law gig Gives instruction by' text-book and case system. On its faculty are some SIE of the greatest lawyers of New York. Zi as Co , , . . Co lhe College of Applzed Sezence I AX QI! Offers Civil Engineering, lilectrical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering 5 and lndustrial Engineering Courses. New buildings and approved equip- iff gli ment. Complete hydraulic laboratory. fig it Ihe Teachers College Allords special opportunities for the preparation of teachers of secondary Q2 schools and supervisors of Music and Drawing, and confers degrees upon graduating students of the Science of Pedagogy. It: Co ye , . , EK lhe New York State College of Forestry Has just been established. Tuition free to residents of New York State. V 215 , , 53 Courses zn Agrzeulture ' OO 5? P4 Sf? Graduate School 215 if Summer School Q OO El? july 5-August 16. flf .3 s'o o if is For Catalogue, Bulletin, ere., llddren gg 916 . . , 9.0 ' 5 Reg1strar, Syracuse UDIVCISIIY, Syracuse, N. Y. gg . Go els 952 D 00 I O. I .5Xlff5hlff.glf: 'QQXIXOQNYQQB 'QA fOQ:fC9 fOQ fl, 700 f.. lf0fXY QCXMOQN XOQX 'O,f AY , ,l , 4 3Elf:':9l'fz'z?iQ:'z9lf:':?lf:'o9lfo'oE'No'o?No'o7Ns'of Rfofrif l!o'o7No'ofRo'of Kin liiof kioflk o'o5l'io'ohYo'o5iYs'o5Ro'o7l6s'o7lxo'o7l'Q o'o7lQs o 'l'l1retr lluudrcd Eighty-five If Q Q 5' 5' Q . " 2 5 2 ' Zhu Ai .eg ,., ef- " .rl at 2 II no Strike 111111114 BILL HALI4--iiwlly' are the heads of Rowe and Lyon like a match P" H. SIMMONS-iiDOD,t know." HALL-"Because their heads are on the 'light' end." 'JC 35. my-EDI!--jlzllggllli M. B. SMITH1HVVIl1Sl1llI'Sif, what makes you so quiet this morning?" -"D m't bother me. I've been out 8 nights this week." 35 35 iberpetual Qlantinn "He loves its giddy gurgle, He loves its fluent flow, He loves to wind l1is mouth up, He loves to hear it go."-Maxoii, ,IS Si 35 21 Qwigbtp Qlpan "Carl Glisnmann he is a man whose 1 x Runs on and on all day, And I've been told it goes best when , He has the least to say. ' ac me I english Il I an 1 ,f u X ' X. H. E. C. WINSHURST 1 g 2. I F my ' milf -xiiilstl ii XR.,-' 1 Nfl!! Z W ,1lll""! Q fill 4 I 1 4 I u , -1. . -1 Slightly ZUIiJiQ'lIDlI5 l t ou said that you rowed W. SWEET-" I thougi y .. Q I d'd. I rode on the Observation train." Sykes--" So 1 Three IIundl'ccl Iuigrhty -six Short themes, Pipe dreams, Questionnaires, N ight-mares 5 Required books, Blank looks, Jewell sore, Carter more, Eaton mad, Freshie sad. Hopes sunk Flat llunk Can't sham, By damn. bi 35 at Poughkeepsie last year BCH I NVQ OXVO OXVO QXVO OXVO 6 V0 ONVO QXVO QLVO OBVO OX! 'O OLVO QNVQOA 949 0140 OX! O ON O Q I O 9 O OLKO O O ONE! ONKO 55746 ON QOXVO ONQO Q 0. v 1 . - - 1 605N075N6014Q9'01if0'05e0'0blQ9'01 0'05le0'01 0'01 0'0'i 601450 07N0'0fi 2:0 , Q. 6? . x gg 0'0 gig EVERYTHING IN :Sz 5 Q EE , . - You Can t Fznzl Elsewhere! 0,0 0,9 8 9'0 9'0 Eli N6 WE HAVE A 71? Rain Coats, Wading Boots, Fish- ii ing Coats, Motor Coats, Auto S? 9'0 . 04 gig Dusters, Auto Supplies, Eg Bicycle Tires, Auto Tires, "' Bic cle Supplies, Batteries, 52 253 Y . . . . be "' Lamps, Repalrln , Vulcamzmg 212 Z? g as 53 9'0 EK 3 axe 0,0 0,0 ge Syracuse Rubber Co. 0,9 gg " Ho-'wletl Rubber Store " 0,0 0,0 SE 212-214 S. Clinton St., SYRACUSE, N. Y. S12 gr? ' 7? 3E?lf2'39l6!'I9lQ!'Z9l6!'I9lQ!'35lQ2'39li3'2?l6!'39l52'39l6!'39li2'I?li!'2?l52'!?liZ'! a 053.0 qv 0 951,50 051409 150 05140 0,I,09 100 V09 v 0 0 V 0 if 0'01i40'01iQ0'01ix9'01lK9'05iX0'01lX9'0A460Rik?5N0'05i'5:'z?ie:':?'i60'0?N:'0?N:3 Ek A . 0 0 09 Q XIX . . . W 211' O O. XEd dl C I 2-Z 3 Sze -'f S.. I 45: O O 6 0 NL All 95 93 , . H E A I IN G 512 0 0 X are AK 'lx 2-2 PLUMBING 2-2 ,IG - I gif of ELECTRIC P14 :-: 11 'J 9s 5'- + WIRI Q sz zz 00 0'0 EK 926 0,9 00 C O - C O NL gf K , . if: . :fi N1 ' ' ' NZ oz Lzghtzng Fzxtures Readzn .-a Q? ' :Qs 7K ' - - 711 Lamps, Supplzes of all Kind: Q3 41. 215 n 0 5 O Q O O ' V1Slt our Show Rooms gg? fb ni ' 0,0 - 5 . .3 9 0 Q O OPPOSIKC Llty Hall 0'0 0'0 2:2410 0xlf0 9x 10 030 0xv0 0310 0310 9xv0 0xv0 93 fo 0x 10 0 1-Q 0 Vg My 0'07R0'07N0'07if0'01 R0'07R0'01 R601 R0'07Ro'07R0'0, R0'07k9'09R9'0?R 0'o7iQ:': 00 ,09g1400,l,00,v,09,r 09 I 09 09 093-00 V 09g 09 v 09 M093 00 v,,l400,400, A , , ,A ,N ,W A M ' N! ' X ' K ' A A ' Pie ' ' B6-' 6 ' 55 ' 3 ' 4 ' :O ' X ' ' I ' lx ' A ' I '0ax0'07n4'07Ro'01R0'01R0'07R0'0, F0311 iw'02iX0 01149 0bax0 0Dix0'05lx0'05i'?00 9 0 0 0 an 0 01u0 01ix0 01lx0 01A 1x0 01 so 011m 01 so 01 0 0 xo 01 N9 X00 1 .ol Xl! Eli at ' I xi' ' 3-2 I' AV 946 -N 00 G' S2 SQ I , 0:0 0:9 A ' 'F 'r' ' ' ge gig , . ,. A 2.2 ,y , 1 ' X I 1 X f Q . 5, it 1 f' X1 or ' ' Xix Q 1 'W K 3 5' . ' . 1 wi " 1 EE ' " cz, in I A , . il: "' , it ' ,f ' 'N' . , -' A "STX-4 "7 I S12 if N H -1 Q Q D ! - 'Q .1 K M zz lg - , - 'fs r-15 '- . "2 i 1- -6- T, xf' 52 ff, -. -1'G-1..-:'L?- :IQ ' Si' 22. . ' N: -Q ,E Qi' '- il? 3 '9 , I sr: Qi? Photographic P0l'll'11ltlll'8S of the best grades I A sf? Se C K, Ev! Z? 1 - V "2 .3 Groups ez Speezalty ELO gp 53 X E' .ga 1 I ' Og Platxnum Portraits gzf Q W , . . s 2.3 ltfverytlung Photographic Q5 2:3 I. U . Kudaks, Cameras and all supplies 0'0 N5 126 So. Salina St., SYRACUSE, N. Y I. U. Dous'1' PHo'ro MATERIALS Co. iff ' , Ni EIQ QQXVOQ I Q! Yffi Y!OfbQfNlf0ONlf09XVfO9NYf9QX f99: f05bV0.0Xl"ONVOOX 'OOXI'OOX1fO0XI'O.OX!fOOXl.j3:g f'z5lQ9'05K9'09if0'07iQ0'074'0'01 'o 01i 0'07 '0'07l20 7i'i ' 1 ' ' ' ' ' 'X ' 'Y' 'blC"'B"5' 'NK' .X Vg? is 0'K0'0iif9'0?R0'0?R0'01ix7Kv'07iQ0'07R9'07R9'07 li0'01li0'0, R0 07R0'07'N9'07 lf0'07R9'07ii0'07'R9 07N 9'07'ix0 0 Three llnnclrcrl Highly-seven 4 1 51 5 5 i Qtnnnitinn nt dllampusi Stocks! g : Review of listed securities for the benefit of investorsg s : Greek--Unusually dull. Pikers not taking much stock in it at present. gf flyricultilnf-Stock advancing, due to well-planned and persistent advertising. ' ?8,.gL Some uneasiness expected on the threatened dumping of a few hundred shorthorns on '-f 'iff the market. Q D jf Uratory-Continues wobbly. lntlated and overcapitalized. Dividends overdue. If P.S'j!l'llOfllgj!-Bl1SlI1CSS normal or almormal-take your choice. Good chance for ' speculation. 1 tt l!l'l'fl?bl'lllI' Z0-ology-Conservative and reliable. Conditions about the same, A with few busts. Impossible to furnish new quotations. See same old quotation: " I II 'li Qand Agassizf' etc. Rnnmrz lli.s'iory-Firxn but occasionally freakishg gradual rise following rumor that Prof. Dean Smalley had decided to invest in a new edition of a Joke Book. Al IM 1 1 l Ll ilr I11kfC 1 'Uamrer uxiz'--' 'one unim uairec. ' ever mani nu a ion witi u oc s o on- servatory Common. Firmer on announcement that '1'ambourine and Bones Guaranteed would be taken up as collateral for the University Chorus. 35 if bzcuztei JEAN MUIR-" I'm not allowed to tell! " PC if glll'lUlll'lf2ll1fUt Girls! A great chance. bl. S. Van Dusen has his heart with him again, and it is now offered for sale. fAdvice-"Go early and avoid the rush!"J 75 35 ff A at Sage 2Bvu5b fwbilnsopbp ,QI " I Any old grind can get a Tau 'Beta Pi I N' key if he plugs hard enough, but it takes X fi El wise man like ,Ioe Lanigan to have a ' good time half the night and be brilliant r Qu lf ll .. '- rf' 1--ff. A !'Witfiif- ff fm' 'M . 'W avi!" . fffiinhgg i I Mr,-af .vi , ', Z: ..2. l o ffl' 'ljlyjf XR jl, E 5' .J K 'qi-fry 1 3715, XII 1 l . V.:-.ga v'lE'i'1? f. v. '. gi E , . 1, , f rl qv- :sy VW ' ' ..1'z' lol p2j:.,-if "fa, Og A '.5-fa ' H Q Aff' 1. 'X' .aff QQ' .1 -1 5 Q, , g.. , ls V -4'-7 ttf,fig Killa bil ,cpj .!2.:f2- lg 4 f ,5.:3..1.'Q' f- 0 . Ili' gf "' .Ad .HI igxfflfif , ' ,71',fJ'r."- . K I 4. Li 2.1. 30M 'roses as-rs A :ben KEY Three llundrcd Eighty-eight the next morning. Q!H624H424E-K39l62'25l62'2a62'Z5!62'2N62'29l62'Z?I6!'!H63E63H69251624516-X624EES9163E-I62'!?!62-2916249463PE2-IEIS2-29Ii2'2?!6!'2?-IQ!EE!-3?l6!'2?l6Q2 Headquarterr for Syracuse University Students' Text Books, Fountain Pens, :-: Magazines, Pennants, Stationery, Q0 if Confectionery, Tobaccos, Jewelry 515 E71gZ.M66VZ'71g I71.S'f7'Llf77ZE71f.S' and Supplies Cl Specialty STUDENTS S UPPLY STORE "RUN BY STUDENTS FoR THE STUDENTS" EE Mail Order: Solttlted Crouse Ave. and University Place, Syracuse, New York , 5 4 a Go 90 EM NQ Ax A WEESEK!'29KZ'!9l6SEK3562434351624516SEKSEK249162455624516SHG-I62-2EKSEKSEKSEK24EK2491639163?lQZ'I?K!'2Ak2'29l'i!'29l4!'Z?-l5!'25l2!'3 E353H43342'942'29l43'Z5l4!'35K!'2glQ!'29l53542'2?l52'2?'l42'29l52'3?E2'2?l64!'I9l43543953H59353H53?i52'2?lf3552'2B4!'2?l'52'29r'4I'Z56!'2?l52:i - 9'o 1 gig I l J C H F S C H gg Who is known for twenty-five years as a gg gig First Class Caterer, will gladly furnish gig estimates for Banquets, Weddings, etc. X My Ice Cream and Water Ices are gg unexcelled in Flavor, Purity and Richness Elf I IE I 252 35 Rausvh, e aterer 327 South Warren St. Syracuse, New York O :lu 5.6 2'i5E!'29l42'39l6!'29l62'3?l62'!?l62'1?l6SEK24H439K3516SBK936SEK3'2h9li!'Z?l4!'Z5k!'I9l6!'35l63516245k!'2?lQ2'3?l6!'3?162'39l'i!'!5l6!'3a'Q!'I9l6!'355!'! 'l'h1'cclIu11rlrc1l Eighty-nine ' 4 5 i E : mm cnznuege asnssip E 5 Iinmzuz-" So lid. Abell got out a College ex Xl A.., , g 'Q Calendar this yearl " I , x"?3,,AL MAC BEAN-ff Yes." 3 llll' EBIQRLE-" How many were sold? " ' ' W Q I MAC lgIZANiu Oh, about one hundred stu- I f ' ' 7 dents." F Y ' ' be Us , ' B .M i In , : , 1 gg Qlbc Qecnnh 2Bas5emau 'i l .ggi fg . ml -5 dli. l I I I lm. Il ls Q1 me seeon mseman poncerec, J,-EEL -Il r l' r And then we heard him sayg fi ' Hlll ll , I know I ought to play the ball, l ,LJ But l hate to ball the play. Iluluumli ' 'Q A lull.. 754 g1?f5fEllHllCUll5 Grace Thompson's favorite hymn is " O'Day of Rest and Glaclnessf' A as as Rachel Harriet Amanda Churchill Leland- l at it " What's in a name? " Barbara Treat-" Sweetness long drawn D . outf' 5 SC SC Qllbz burrow nt Qllnllegee "We shall be shot at sunrise." Wl1ispering these grim words in idle jest, three students sneaked out of the dormitory and disappeared in the gathering shadows. But their funds ran low before midnight, and the orb of day, Old Sol, coelcing his solitary and inquisitive eye ove1 the horizon, saw the studious trio only half shot. Ilundrc Three s.1 'qj'Wv d Ninety 'ZN624916245624H62'29l62'ZEls24H62-2Els2'Z5l5!'Z?l4!'29l62'29l62'2?l6g'Z WRIGHT PXCFI I l'D HY NONI: Engrafver Prznter Statzorrer Class Pins, Visiting Cards Wedding Announcements and Invitations, Modern Advertising Novelties, Art Calendars Steel Engraved and Hand Painted, Photo Engraving H a T o n e W o r Photogravure, Lrtlrographrng Commencement Invitations, Dance Invitations, Programs Menus, Fraternity Inserts 'rnd Stationery Complete facrlrtres for trrrnrng out College Publrcatrons Special rates to Fraternrtres and Class Committees Before orderrng elsewhere compare Samples and Prrees Special Designs Submitted for Special Occasions E. A. WRIGHT BANK NOTE CO. Bank Note and General Engravers. Stock Certificates, Bonds and Securities of Money Value-Engraved according to Stock Exchange requirements. Diplomas, Checks, Bills of Exchange, Drafts, Railroad Passes 1108 CHESTNUT ST. PHILADELPHIA 5:2 os o'o il? 04 2E Go if so 1 50 55 so H6 o o Jo 55 so ' 5.424El?2-ISK2-2Els2-2Els24EK24242436SHG!!EK!-25l42'3?l6!'2EES553H634EESEKG9162-ZN624H62-29l6!'2??!'!?l62-3EIQZQHQZ-29l62'2?l6!'2?l62'2?l65E O O gg I' U 9 . O D ' X . , . . . . , , 3 . l I 60 . . . 1 25 l . . ,w . . gg - , . . . N . Q., a n d l f k , . .. ' . ' op Elf 39l6!'2?l4!'3?l62'39l6!'3?lQ!'39l6!'29l6!'25lQ!'29lQ2'!?lQ2'29l6!'39lf2'Z5l6!'!9l95 1 I A 9,0 sr K Walkersays- Prescriptions, Drugs, CandyandCigars COLLEGE PHARMACY Corner Genesee and Irving BK O 9 6Z'39l6Z'39l6!'!R4!'ZEE3'3EE2'32'rE!'!5'r624Eli39l62'39l6!'39l42'39l6!'IFl6gE 3 1 0 o Hotel Warner 1-FIRE PROOF1'i" 3 if MILLER CQ' FARRELI. 3 ii' OPPOSITE N. Y. C. STATION 5? Si! gt 25 53 I if OO Els !'39lQ2-SEK3H63BK3Eli3252'29l5SEESHG2'2?lQ2'I5K!'IEl62'3?l'S!'2?'l4!-3 SEK3EES?r'42'2?K!'39l6Z'2N63562-2?l62'2?l62'2?l62-2?l4!'Z9l62'3?r6Sai? O SYRACUSE, NEW YORK 25 Jo AQ .9lGZ'35l4!'Z9lri2'Z9l6!'29lQ!'35l6!'39l6Z'39l4!'2?l6249li2'3?K2'I9t'62'!E42'3E'l6!'3 Els og 0,9 C 6 9 9 9 ' H I C K O K S 'QS - - 3 Unzfverszty Orchestra 5:3 sie 3" G. L. H' k rt, .. M . 3 gg IC o jr rrrvrger gig E Music for all Occasions EE Nr-:w PHONE 791 OLD Pr-rom 34gg1W fibre2-:era-:ste2-zs:4:':ere:':ele:':sre:':are:-:ere:-:se:':elez-zelezrzerez-zaefif Eli 255 REGISTER WITH gg gt vo A HOME AGENCY gig We have placed 120 Syracuse gradu- is 913 mes for the present year, and we can EK S5 secure a satisfactory position for you. gg Empzre TeaclrersAge11cy EE D. H. Cook, Mrrrrager-Both Phones EE cg 00 429-432 The Bramble, Syracuse, N. Y. sr? as 39K3H43Pl?35K2'3Ni!'35l6SEK!'39lGSHG336Z'29l6Z'!9li2'35l42'39l6!'3 Three Hundred Ninety-one ' 5 ,t 5 , g l 'ZlZIJe 'illlale nf the Qllbatzlmue Bag Q H 5 : F 5 dlvl T Pr kfwh 'l if l 45 me ,, b , 2:0 an X H' ?A' lllllllllaf'1 -I 3134 , But l muslgel a par! 'nn I- ,!.1 , flf K ,sir ONLY K A f ,X IQ. IM PRESIDENT f ' The5emor5how,5ol vvzlllgo AJ 1' Temgglll ' 1 ed HUING MM w Dlrqlghl now and :ee Miss , QL f- k f 5 f, . l f V A MIGHTGI ,J D3f'lll'l,' l A , eff ff I fl, l, 'lil-fl ' 1 f f A f fp ffv li Z f i ,,i Tuecancu , . I f fl yy I . 'W ' f if A' f omnmow ww N 1 Wa ff A s ,IN , , -.1 - .' I3- . n n Q 1 in lr. f,-if iw PU'1'W'U' f lllllly t W ,, M,3,Il1M,gLLA htm: 'rms V , I in , E is V- ugh! lltllllllllllll TF IM f I li 'f W fr ilmmmm '1 e wif: dl l ' ll -l I i 'flltm ' ll we 'Ill ff "" lil X 1 .. ' l- 2. lVIiss Dartin in could see no sin 3- DOWMOVVN 'WU flak' H Daft H flew She guessed with intuition ,, away. A qilver bv mirht ct 1 dm lo bargain for a present, ' fl' le, 'q' f' 'g The silver glint cost quite a mint Anil leflflmg 'Wm S POSIUOU- 'But then that's always pleasant. 7' g- VVM4' -A 4. 'Prank phoned the store, H Dart 'l 5. Then as St. Nick, Prank turned a talked some more trick Said Prank with soher piety With Shakespeare arts and money "If it's hut ten, Why get it then "Putl' let him past, he made the cast And charge to my society." "You Ne'er Can Tell!! my sonny. Three Hundred Ninety-two Qi?E3H5391524N63EK!-25l52-IEEREX62'!5l5!'2?l62'2EX624El524EE!-IEl6!'2?l9l6!'2?l53Eli2'2?l6!'2952491435l6!'!5l6!'2?+l4!'2aK2'25K2'2aK!'25K!'2Ea'Q2'!?lQ!-Q ?': 22 OO oo 'Q REY OLDS 85 CO BE nIo , 5:2 aio vi se as ' ' f-2 X ata urnnsbnngs OO 0 0:0 93 5 Q N: fl on 'Q 9.2 7 "T gg THE COLLEGE MAN S STORE ' - 0 gl? 212 E. VVASHINGTON STREET 5:5 2152916391624516!'Z9Z6!'25-1624916Self2'29Z6Z'29l'SZ'39l6!'29l6!'!?-I63915!'39li!'39lGlQZ'!9lS!'29K!'39l6Z'25lQ!'I?l6!'2a?2'39.'63454!'!9l62'!?lQ!'29lQ2'25E!'Z9l6!'35li2'3 3914!'!9Z6!'29l62-2562?l62'!?l62'29Z?2'2?l62'I9l524Eli2'2El62'29l6!'29Z6!'29I6Zg?, SHN24El?35526EES9l6!'29l6!'25KZ'2N624N43?l6!'ZH62'29Z62'2?K!'29l52'2 H4 elf N6 Elf :-2 e tu ent 232 H Q W E 2-2 aa as - - ga - iq W ' - ' ' , Sf? 212 Oi- z-: gi' Gold 59" Szlfversmzth :-2 Q ge gg Tzamona' Merchant 50 ' X Eli I Three Hoors devoted to the merchan- gif :QQ I I f - "Q -'s distng of things beautiful and artistic in V' gig ALL COLLEGE PENNAN I S Q5 Gold, Silver, Leather, Glass, Copper, gl? 925 EE 9-IQ Brass and China. , Z-2 32 3 i- ilf socmt. STATIONERY 5, it M - tt ft com-ERPMTE ENGRAVING it -' . this show ur ' ' ' 515 ake l yo FRATERNITY STATIONERY oo . Q 6.0 , , 0,5 322 meeting place gg gg 'RUPHIES gg cs qv N LEATHER BANNERS Ss 59 gf 0, I I I s'o 75, Eg COLLl:.t,E JEWHLRY gg I L QE FRATERNITY smsnns iii P 1' zt ezundr 4-' 'I' . 3.2 Ll S y y f' 'if S eclal A ent for J. F. Newman " Q2 0,0 as . . 0,9 335 gg Fraternity Pins gg as if o.+ .- 'v' N ' limr lIl.YPL'l'f1lHI of our upper flour lit N be 252 . 554 3 Q a 2:2 CSPHCIII ily .mlli'1'lz'zl 3 X . . :I . I 320 E Genesee St fe ggi ig SYRACUSE, N. Y. 9,' v xv f Q 55 7 ' PK l f I ff 24Eli!!Eli3916SBK3EESa62'2Eli2'!2ls!'2?lQ24?-Z62'39l:Z'2?kZ'2?l62'2?l4!-I fail?3A43H4249l62'29lQZ'29E2'39.'6!'!?'.'62'29li3562'29K!'Z9li!'!5!62'X5I62'3 24EE3?K!'Z?l6!'!El524H6!'3?Z6!'39Z62'!9I6!'291439?39K2'!9l62'292624?E!'2H:'H62'!5153562-SHS?l4!'2?l6925162451624363H62'25l62'2?l5!'Za'62'3?.'62'2N62'2 W YGMING SEMI ARY :N I I ,I, Kzngston, Pennsylfvanza . do gg OLLEGES accept certificate. Special preparation for Syracuse. Music, Art and iff Oratory. Twenty-five trained specialists as teachers. Positive Christian influence. Eg 55 Admirable social advanta es. Situated amonf spurs of Blue Mountains in the historic '3 g . . do Wyoming Valley. Large school and noble buildings. Sixty-seventh year. For catalog address I N L. L. SPRAGUE, D. D., President .-2 io xlg 1 :K n. , 35?!'2?Z6!'29l6!'2?lQ!'2?ESEK3EKZQEE245-li!-IEE2491639143916!'I?Ii!'!9IQDlE!'29l62'2?lQ2'X9l6249242634SEK?!'3?'l6!'39IQ!'29!'5!'2?I62-35K2'29l6!'3?K!'3?lQZ'3 'lfhrce llunilrcrl Ninety-tltrtt 4 5 5 5 E : Bbnwt me 'iknnluf 5 5 PIZRCY HEALY-"What are you doing about your cloctor's aclviee to take physical pr Q exercise, cleah boy? " I l I IL CI-IoI.l,Y NICDCJWIEIAI.-lililll carrying a heavier walking stick, and l Wear Zl -X-ffl l' Y' b tt hole bout uetf' .V iff arfber u on 1 Q 7 , sz as F? fa, it '?.,',l,f l f ix 1 ' It 'ZILIJat lam college ' 4 fy , lin. COONIEY-HIS Stevenson working this year?" ll I5 9 GIBSON-U No, he is in the Law College." 4 as as i , " x we 7Runlu QDtuen Owen Moore, he went away, Owen lVIoore than he eoulcl pay, Owen lVIoore came back one day, Owen lVIoore. 5 CUT Ptuc. ' 35 35 EDD Zlnye GIERTRUDI3 SKERRI'l"l'-" Oh, girls, Wesley is Coming three weeks from tonight!" Out of the fulness of the heart the mouth speaketh-lVIatthew 12:34. sc as 91913 Qlinusiin Qtauusi' We were surprised! We we1'e pleaseclll' We were ast f C rfe Schum'1n's voice That top note was ful range and carrying power 0 Jeo 5, . A , magnificent in the "Bubbles," There need be no hesitation in the young man's mimi ' S zt 'cl on the roof of any manufactory, he and about what profession to adopt. tll0l1L his voice would ma "' ' " " l ' -, istenee. ounclecllll The wonder- lce the most powerful eyelonc Wlllbt c ln uc Three Hundred Ninety-four 922 955 who is a college man, imbued with the 3 9,3 Ask the Business Manager of this z.: E 2-z 'Z9263H63H624E463H692EES533EESEK2'29K2'2H633639163EESNGK!-Eli24952634394624X3EE3553H6245K2'2EK2'2H6!'!N6!'39E!'29l4!'2 SQ 516 952 E' E' 545 SE l T" Colle e Annually 55 Our facilities for the complete we . , production of College Annuals are SE ei 555 unsurpassed. Each book is printed under the i 95 SE 0 O o'o personal supervision of our President, 2? Ss? 5 one ambition, to make a good book. 915 NE '2 2-2 95 Onondagan. 25 if 513 3 elf 516 ' o Q is THE DUBOISPRESS CATALOGUE BUILDERS 952 212 H5 532 -g ROCHESTER, N- Y. 3 34 it Hg do Eg .5 PE 'Q Oo PSS E E' O 6'O BK if '29K2'25l6!'39l62'!9l62'29lQ2'!9K2'39l62'!9lG2'39l62'25l6Z'39K39163936392692926K39KSEK2436245639163Pl624916SEK2'29!42'2A62'25E!'29l6!'29lQ3492624 Three Hundred Ninety-five if 'i' 'lv A 52 'YH' . yr 1 ,, .?.Q 5 A' I n l P if HPI? 'E is fl at III, Q li f:1r2f1Qt':.erc.'wj 7:21 F' f- iam: A m m. 1 1 fgliwlgaf- QE' My v .1 vsnrn. em f 9: " -, H K- 3 ,f - H" W D l. ,N Q- 1 ' in-.7 . gf 1, gg 7 Wi ll """- ' V K " uriffi' .W ,RW 'l "' ' . 'MK' 'L' 'flag S ,..4 : gil., gnu tr 0 L5 lf. .N K ml i 'D yu, PJUQQ l g iiue gulf W i i I --1: 5 - g N 555 " " r mn V M' '4L"' :If --'- - '., wmv Avonomn vo 0 rfrrsuclf MUTT AND JEFF AT THE SENIOR BALL QDn tb! jltlfm QIUUR, mUtillffU 8 mfgtffn-Qfntnutl tn 1l?ElU1fIfUIl, JR. Q, lVIay 7, 1910 WIEARY JOIINNIIE C.-'lCheese it, Doe, dere comes a train headed dis way.', Tlkifn DOC. NI.-H011 gwanl Dat's de same train we passed an hour ago." 35 35 fdlbe Qlpafimzd nf Slpetbugelab 19l3:i5eh. EDU112 into Ullnitzh Bram! tram the Ebutcb I.-Touch not the sleeping tiger in his path. And if thou meetest six maidens abreast on the crowded thorough-fare between the Hall of Learning and the Rough Neek's Abode, go thy way-it is not wide enough for them and thee. SC 55 H.-No man understandeth what happiness is until he taketh on the title of a Senior. Then is wisdom and knowledge rather a sweet memory than a new boon. 35 36 III.-Love thyselfg so shall thy affection be returned some day. BC 35 ' V IV.-Do not believe all that you see, not even if you see it in the Umnnlzzgmz The editors are human and liable to err. 36 35 "G5nnn flights" ' " -Wlio is this Bern nd AN Hooking at B INQUISITIVIZ Fnizsrnvr ophomore too? Shaw? Isheas Three Hundred oarls Head postu J .srocvs THE FQESHMAN LAUGHING ISFTHE a61zscui.1'u1zAn. cou.Eaa Ninety-six 5:29463EK3H63516249163EK39162'!?!6!'!?!6!'3?!62'39l42'39!62'3?K!'29Kg5 EQEZQZQ91529163H424EK3H524H624?KZ'39l42'35!62'25K2'29K2'2?I62'Z9KQ?, E .. . 1 3 54 52 iii , iii An Ideal Place... gg gg DANCES, RECEPTIONS :gg 2-2 , , 22 2-3 TEAS, BANQUETS, sw. 22 Qtlutbuzrs ani: Giamlurs , 252 . if if At the Crouse Manszon if gig Umon Bldg. gg gg Eg 3 . Z-X 24 MRS. N. R. COLTON " gig 445 South Salma Street 610 W, GENESEE STREET EK 2? 954 24? SE914:-:exe:-:exe:-:sae:-:a:e:':a:e:':ene:':eueszatz-seas:-:exe:-sane:-sax:-:wig ggNe:-:sax-:sae22:arezestz-:sues-sexe:-:sxe:':s:2z-:awHe:-zaaeszezezaeuegg GI , 3 3 3 916 BK PE FK BAILEYS Bam DOWER '-2 3 Is' Manufacturing Jefweler '-2 EBOOK STORE? is gg eg SE 24 years in Meyers Block gg 3" do F3 3 ALL COLLEGE AND f . 926 0,0 :Q 3,2 op EE University Block, Vanderbilt Square if FRA1 ERNITY PINS Eli SYRACUSE, NEW YORK EE Eg 212 Bastable Block, Syracuse, N. Y. gg do s'o Co :B are , He 54 ge 2'I9K2'39K32163Pk!'39E3'39K2'39K39K2'2?K3'39l63'39K!'29IQ39162'3?l5!'Z 322553343934391?!'39K2'35K!'3?K!'39KI'291'Q!'!9E2'2Z'!i2'!?E!'2EEf'2?l62'2 5?EK39K2'I?K2'25l52'3H62'29K2'ZH63H63EK39152'2?l42'I9l62'29I52'!9K2'!?!6K!'2N63563514249163516351635163H63H5!'Z9l62'2?K2'2?KZ'2?K2'2?1'6gEg '53 :S 0,3 vt EQTHE COVELL TUDIOEE 555 S. SALINA STREET gg f-f Makers of 555 gig f I E Qlrtlstxn ntn ra 5 4,0 it 2-f 'Qs Se -J fc .rr 'ez 62 Zi EE gg Excluswe Styles and Speczal Rates to Students Sz? 255553'3?EZ'39E39K!'39EZ'3HQ3914SH?39163'39n'i3'3?I63'39!6!'39IQ!'Z?l63916553562'I9!6Z'Z?'!62491639262'3?u"52'39liZ'3H63'39EZ'39K2'3?'53'3?l62'!?K!'2?E!'? Thruc llundrcnl Ninety-scvun 4 Q 4 A 9 nn? -e in IE 55 I I X j HF! I! Zlflllllfli WlJl'k for the quiz is coming, Work through the morning hours, Work while the chimes are ring- - mg, Work mid sun and showersg Work tho, your head aches ter- ribly, Work tho' your eyes smart, too, Work for the quiz is coming Qlilft it Hhlflll, QIIBUIIZIS We'd gladly keep on living VVhen one's work is through. Were it not for this one thing, That J. A. Fisher still appears To think that he can sing. 35 35 Syracuse, N. Y. April I, 1912. lyliss lVIaxine Elliot, Dear lVIadam : l 1 now out of 'l joh l used to he an Art liditor hut-nothing doing. l am hig , an 1 . . and strong and sometimes wear a sweater. l have nice dark hair and large teeth and smile like Roosevelt. At acting, well say, l am the candy kid. All the girls say I am very funny. l don't know what they mean hy that hut the Daily Orange often prints it. Anyhow l would like a joh with you. Most any old thing will do, cleaning costumes if nothing else is stirring. Oh, yesl l am the Real Beau lirummel with the ladies. Say, l am a winner there for sure. Talk ahout a fascinating college gent, " ' ' " " ' ' ' ' st "As You Like lt." ln fact l am l run thc place. l Lan judge lelieaisals also, ju an all-around, hang-up, rattle and shake sort of a duck, and l'll he Johnny at the rat hole if you say the word. Yours in the Biz, NICK CARTER. References:-Any sorority house and lillery Fiteh. N. C. ,lilll'1'1' llunflred Ninety-eiglll 2'!9KZ'!a'i2'29li2'29K2'29.'62'2?K2'29l6!'25692EKSEK!'!9l42'3H624H624EKG24?l9l42'3H42'2?l62-29K!'25K!'3EES91439163EES?K2'!9KZ'!?l6Z'39K!'35lG2'39l62'3 6 0 Q O INDOOR TARGET RIFLES W Y . . . Y fig Deslgned Expressly for IJFIIVCFSITIY Teams, fig 2:5 Preparatory School Teams, National Guards, etc. at 'f L,.......... P - A SE ng - V -. .. af, t .A '5 QP., '-' EE all -1' 1 .viwbgiiw wt :Ji-7 EE f N. :.::.. P Q2 gg Q' X 'rr-hgf , gl? 25 :tr-fvmc 'qi 25 515 EE 232 THE NEW STEVENS IDEAL, No. 414 525 SE CArmory Modelj RIFLE-.22 Short Caliber Q5 3 Made to order in .22 L. R. Caliber. Take Down. Automatic Ejeclor. if gli Long fore-end with large hand hold. Fitted with strap loop for prone shooting. 515 214 gg SPECIAL PRICE 'TO 'RIFLE CLUBS gg 0,0 Q.: OO BK J. Stevens Arms E5 Tool Co. f" EK CHICOPEE FALLS MASSACHUSETTS if 5:2 0,0 Q o wg ae fw9l6!'39l63EK!'29l6!'356!'39lQZ'3?l6SEK2'29l6!'3?lQ2'29lQ2'2EES9l62'29l6!'3?-16339253EK!'39'ri2'39162-29162'35E!'39!6!'25Z6!'39!6!'!?l6!'29lQ2'29'.62'3?li2'Z51'6!'! giQ9l6!'29E!'3?'l6!'2BK3-29I42'29l42-2916249162-29l6!'25KZ'25l6!'2N4!'2916269l62'29l6l62'35l6!'29l6249l6!'29l62'25l6!'2?l62'2H63?l6!'2?l62'!?l62'!?l6!-2562E-l6!'!9l63gQ 0,3 op A o Q o EE l O O L S cl' S E E D 55 Implements Machznery W czgom SEZ SE 3 3 EK EK 5, CYPHERS INCUBATORS ,., at POULTRY SUPPLIES 3 :M Ax , , :Q o'o EBELI G'S SEED TORE 217 WARREN ST. SYRACUSE, N. Y. EK gt: , we 2'39l42'39lQ!'39l4!'3Eli!'3?6!'!9K!'39l6Z'39lQ!'29l6Z'39E3916356356WHS3926K35?Sa?3EKZGPK!'35lQ!'3?lQ3'35lQ!'3?li!'35l639l4!'39l6!'29li!'35lQZ'2?'lQ!'2 Three Hundred Ninety-nine 55 QKDIJIIIE 4 1 4 4 5 5 g : Jlleauzlatlntnc of tbc QJZI11 3 g IPROP. KEIENAN during a quiz-"Sit still there lil'ZlggII1Sl You're not dying for gf r a drlnkf' . 'I ' Lf. as we ,f I PROP. TUCKIEY--"How eoulcl a sailing vessel leaving Bristol, linglancl, go to , fy I Austral1a?'l LZ" 1' f. . "- I, N IUCKER-"l2l1-ell-by Water?" ' ' l ll as as if ' It 9 PROF. FLICK--"Are you a Republican or a Democrat ?" M1SS'EMMERl.lNCZ-iilllh neither." PROF. Fl,ICK-liWCll, what are you, then?" Miss ICMMIQRLING-"I'm :1 suffragettcf' 35 35 R. . K in is orv .-- 1a was me ome ue' ar v, iss a crson. D FIIC Ht'VI "Wlt tl H Rll' t,M Btt p Did the Home Rule Party in England have something to ilo with woman suffrage? Miss BAT'1'i3RsoN--" Yes, I think it did." 55 IC Doctor Boysen would like to know why it is that a man can not wear a rose in his hair as well as a woman can. 35 35 INSTRUCTOR OAKLEY-CAfter lecturing one hour anil thirty minutesl. "The . - 1 4 1 ' ' ' !7 ' Y historians of this pCl'l0Cl were Cll2ll'1ll'fi'l'lZ0ll hy lllllg-NVII1tli'Kl tlISCllSSI0l1S. lhen he wonclerecl why the class smilecl. il if I! IU J. Rooli, after receiving a harsh lecture from Prof. Browning in Kinematics :- " Say 'Professor Browning, you shoulcl have been a minister instead of a professorf, PROF. BROWNING-"Noi l was not mean enough in my younger days." 55 32 DPROF. 'PLACE-" lVIiss Hates will you please run up the curtain? U SC '55 Co-En in Eng. XII--"Dr, Carter have ,you time to fuss with me now? " DR. CARTER-Hvvlfll pleasure." PC 'if PROF. HAIlClT'F Cafter a lecture on the hlastoclerm, hlastomere, hlastopore ai hlastosphereD-Hltmbryology is quite a hlastetl subject." Four Hundred 8:2Eif24Elf2'!?li2'29i62'29i62'29l62'2?'Z62'2?!62'2?i6249162-ZPl-5!'29Z6!'29l6Z'!91639166!'2?I6SBIG24EK!-2A624E1639l62'!?!6!'!Eli39162'2?I6!'3?l6!'39i6!'2bi62'2N'i3g2 at iii gg E12 Jo ,F MEN'S OUTFITTER AND SHIRTMAKER if Hfznd Laundry SYRACUSE, N. Y. was249163916ZQEIQZ'39i6Z'39IQ!'39l624916!'39l635163EK243439l6!'Z9lQ2'39l9l6SEK391635lQ2'2hK2'29liZ'25l63FK3EK!'39lQ!'3?l52'!?E!'29l6!'3?iQ!'39lGw gi?li!'2N639162491624PIG3El6249l62'39l6!'IN43243EKG!H424916391624AGES9.'62325l'i!'29524H62491639l62'2?K2'!91624EK!-!a'62'2a'62'29l62'2HSQZEKZQ 4 Q 00 9. EK ' exe S I C p if yrezeuse app y om emy 'I gig Q. Machinery, Mill and Factory Supplies, Boilers, Engines and Steam Specialties, Electrical Supplies, Manufacturers of Leather Belting, Machinists' and Engi- neers' Tools and Instruments 314-318 Wi Fayette St., Syracuse, N. T. - .. 1 A 9.6 2495SEK3Eli3H43H6!'!?i639163Elf39163Eli35li!'!9lQZ'2Pl?3916!'!9I9E!'2?K!'3?l6!'29K39162'Z9I6SEK3?-it!'29l6!'3?!6!'!5i6!'2?i'Q!'29li!'39E!'2?i6!'! 559l42'3?l42'2H439143H4249l4!'39l42'29i63Eh39l6!'Z?l6!'29l62'29l42'3?l4gQ gig?li2'Z?l52'3?l63EK3EK39i'4!'29i'6!'3?l62'39i62'3?l62'2?l42'!?m'Q!'29K!'39l4Qi I- 71? Tlx gig Money to Lrgin d d PI I f Established 1881 P N S I I E W 0. I'll'C CCITIC Ck HCS Ol' Nfl C Q., l I Q., ,' Q9 oo gg gig Manufacturer nnd Retailer of I if Watches, Diamonds .anti tjew- Ml? 71 , I Hd f I if elry, Suit Cases, Drafting I ools, ig iii Guns, Clothing, and Musical 2:2 We also clean and block Old Style Hats 33 gg Instruments gig gig and put them in the latest fashion. .3 oy op I 63 M. WEINSTEIN Eli Eg Fnctorv and Snlvswvm. 202 E. Fayette St. 'Q' ofo Jo io 5' 229 W. W.,hin 'ton St. Near N. Y. C. Depot gif gy is open evening 1. SYRACUSE' N' Y- SE SYRACUSE, N. Y. sv ue wQ 4 74 f 1 Y f'39K!'39ii!'3?E!'3H4SEK39K3543ElfSEK39K!'39i62'3?l42'3?E2'3?l6!'3 Sail?Z'29l62'I9l62'39lQ3'39lQ3'39l635l63'39l63'39l63916!'3El':2'!9l'63'3?i'i3'39i5!'I Four Ilunrlrcll One 'S I F pl 'L' F: 7,19 i . gfig A pg , vz7'1f'- ' . I it II falio for the .Engineers 'For"6lim'Crawfard 70" John Wnrncv X and Nia! Cranmar 4 if 3' if'- ." . l if kgtilf Nfl,- X 1 1 ll i . k J R - X asf' D "" "" ' TAVORITE C oewx-fu L..s 35 35 21 crlinmplimznt ORMSBEE-"Say, Arnold, when a dog comes up to you wagging his tail, he is trying to make you understand that he takes you for a gentleman and a friend. Don't abuse his confidence with a kick. He has paid you a great compliment and has a right to expect a courtesy in return." SC SC QBRRIZU Reading maketh a full man, but few get canned for such intoxication- 'Wadsworth. if 35 . HDnn't let the ctrlbanrzllnr been you A co-ed at Haven Hall :-HI don't mind hash six times a week, but when it comes to putting raisins in it and calling it pie on Sunday, I draw the line." SC 32 what jlllff 5 "Clarice" Meyers, after three years in college, decides to take one more year of nursing, and then take up Normal Art. 35 SC just necessary Jolil, BURTCH-"And when I die, don't bury me at all." JIMMY SHUFm.T-"They won't." ' SC 55 mb! QED 1322 0586625 Howard, Floyd and lVIorrell. Four llunrlrcrl Two 3XSXWXSXSXRXSXSWEXSXEXSXSXSXSXXRMSXSXSXWXSXSXSXRXSXSMGXSXSXQ 25 ag: These Chocolates Y fa AQ are make your lips smack. Say fellows, they're simply great for the girls. Take her a pound box o iff iii 5 ' J N 5 . . . and your position IS assured. gg V' i" ' "" i 7 .'fA.-f -ff flf' fjffzl A G E N C Y .' 1J illT7':,l' 7 lf ff, if o o do Walker's College Pharmacy :-: :ii ale M 3X3X3X3X3M3M3M3MSX3XSXWXSXSXSMXSXSXSXSKSXWXSXSXSXSXSMSXSXSKS QXMMSXSXSXSXSXWMSXSXSXSXSXSXSXXSXSXSXSXWXSXSMSMSXSXSXSXSXSXQ w iii if: 5:6 ,..,........,.....,.............................,..............................................................,.....,.....,.....,............................. gg Q i 3 Fi RosEs VIOLETS EE 555 "Symczzse 'J Best 292 Flowers' ' 05 QE ' W c l Fl ' . E. Day o., orists EE Q Onondaga Hotel Building 5 Phone 515 5 55 oRcH1Ds GARDENIAS 2 Z gig 5N.N.H.u.n.M.,,.,,.,,.,,.,,,..,.,.,.,.-0-Q--Q-.g..g..g..g..g..9..4..9..g..g..g-.g..g..g..g-Q..g..g..g..g.4..g.....g..g..g........g..g- g..g..g..g.....5 54 we Nl A A kkSXSXSMSXSXSX3X3X3XSXSMWXSXSXXWXSXWXSXSX3X3X3X3M3X3K3H3X3X3 Four llundrerl Three 4 54' 'FI . '34, 5 Ai' 5' 5' n is V, X f Q f I 'rf at fl . U I Q A L ZX X 4 ' l Nl X i well Jr Swan f Y X L 'T f , W X . ,, J Percy looked at Francis, X N I Eh, what a pretty-miss. lf G! :?, e crept a little closer U ,H f f And quickly stole a-way. W VJXW f,.,, gg gg 'PASSING AN EXAMINATIQN Qian you Imagine Button with a new laugh. Gregg when he stops bluffing. ' Turpin on the relay team. Thurston thinking that he would Hunk a quiz. Lanigan when he was not contradicting his Profs. Miller to stop grinding. Bailly and a red jersey making the varsity football team. Noxon without a serious thought. Munro passing his work. Peacock getting his annual shearing. Maxon when he is quiet. Axtmann ever saying anything. Caldwell doing anything but grinding. Bessant getting to class on time. Papworth in a track suit. Kcesler and Van Duser, awake. Marvin and Folz, attending anything but pink teas. What would happen if Wirisliurst and Smith should leave their mouths open at the same time. Ayling making a football speech. Simmons and Reihl always on time. Darby when he could not crack a joke. " Giblets " Gillson with a clean shave. lVlcCarthy to stop blufling. , G. Parsons when he did look frightened. Harvey and Davey when they were not chewing Honest Scrap. Newing to stop talking about what he might have done in a quiz. Raynor ever cutting up. Chapman and Reid working overtime. Four llunrlred Four g?li2'2?ZQ2'25l62'29l62-2!'3?lG Jgf x.: f5l52'3?K2'3H52'25i'5gg 9, f X vo if W rl e Co t - R' ' . . A 50 if flsts-Wiz! 25 S 9 Wf l- F' it F of .P I ' ' r mix WW ,f, ' 4,2 235 i 55 f REISSIG W gt f lf f SFUDIO e 0:0 f f' Take a zif Butternut Car .90 ' Q. 25 , f Eg 616 Yiutternut St. Z if f Syracuse, N. Y. ' . e f J 0,0 . X , gg f e.. fe. , 2436!'39l639KSEK2-35163914!'35K!'35l62'!a63EK!-29K2'29l6!'!9'.i!'35l6'' Yo X , S:?l6!'3EK8EES91624EES9!Q2'2H62'Z?K2-2?l62'35l6!'2?l6!'3?l42'2?l42-25312 7: s Q . Q . s - s 1 1 1 713 op , :sg Greetlngs to 1912 and 1913 gig From the Intercollegiate Bureau E5 of Academic Costume gig 615 WA . 'S 5:5 Q3 3-3 3 l 916 lg F45 oo e .1 A 'Q' "2 A Qi Sv? A ff? :gc 1 , 'ft 916 63 - .- x 3 315 916 Ss 'G ' 33 gg COTRELL 8c LEONARD gg N ALBANY, N. Y. fi Makers of 915 fl gg Caps, Gowns and Hoods A , 71 Qi to the American Colleges and Um- QE versities from the Atlantic to 1:5 gg the Pacific S13 og Rich Gofwm' for the Pulpit and Bench Eg of -- -----N f--f-V ---- AA - --ff ' 'ffm .3 5? - N4 252 Class Contracts a Specialty fff 3' NC Eli Bulletin, Samples, etc. upon request OO N6 514 39524556392624?-lf!'!9lQ2'39l6SEK3EK!-SPE3916Z'!5lQ!'39l62'I?l52'2?li2'3 g?l62'I?!62'!?lG24563EK!-2562-2562-2?l62-IEESEK!'25.'62'29E!'29l6Z'39K2:Q A 911 O Q 4 5cHRAFpTS SE REG. U-S.PAT OFF Th B el' i e eu lug EE ' 5:3 House of Sweefuers Fresh Fruits, Selected fl 71 Nut Meats, Pure Sweet Cream, Fresh Creamery Butter, all help to give Schrafft's Candies a distinctive 525 and inimitable flavor 7 gre S22 gs: fm "nf" 3 'f ' V-f -f- -f -T-? fs AK 'W ' " 5' 3,0 ok 9, 1 . . . 31, Q15 'I here is nothin f in S fracuse as as 5 ff 3 so tempting by half as the V . NC lunclieons served in iff ' :V if ScHRArFT's JAPANESE TEA Room fig bf N1 fl? Not because we gif N :M fi? say so, but be- gi N- Ni 412 cause the as 5:5 S2 3 patrons fl: X" mr Q5 s a y as SZ S" 1' A gs SO it as Oo 53 we , af 13 , T 25: if? af gg Rao. u.s.PA1- or-'E lfi . 215 515 Salma Fayette gg op op if ! I f I X X I I fflx 3953516SEK3Ek39-E391:33:3il:37l52'2?l6!'27k!'!?K2'Z5l:391:24 Four lluntlrecl Five 011 1Betnte gnu team any tuetbet lit you babe teeeiiaeh any euti Qllutn husk ann team page three titty eight Ulbe heme inttnnueiug these "ZBntt5." 'JC 'ii - QI Zgutt in the JI-lilihiale -I! TED! liiihing Qlllllh Come students, get your text books out, Horses trots, :md 'study without tire, And the man who gets the highest mark Is sure to be the biggest liar. BANQUEET MENUS THE JUNE PRESS DANCE PROGRAMS Safiffy-Pfinffnzffinzfavinz We import and produce exclusive styles for cvcry occasion Rosenbloom Bldg., Syracuse, N. Y. 31355439143493624PK2'29K2'35K35553PK3EK3BK39K!'2?K!'3?l62'35!62'39I9K!'3?K2'2?l635553936353639K!'29KZ'351535K!'!5K3'35K!'39K2'35lG2'39I6Z'Q 25 25 55 Ei? WI T E R S "2 5? 5 0,9 5 00 do 5 X 50 bntngrapber if o'o 25? 463 SOUTH SALINASTREET 2" STUDIOS 1524 WEST GENESEE STREET 355 BK gg 5: l IE: 2" 6: 3 West End Studlo ID charge of M1ss Wmter 35? iisaez-sane:-:axez-:a:e:':s:e:':a:e:-:axe2-sale:-:sae2-:sues-zs:e:':a1e:':s:e:-sale:-:Herez-:saewas-:a:e:':aue:-:sues-:axe:-me:-:sues-:axes-:axes-:saez-:enemies-zssegg Four Hundred Seven 'F In 52 15 yu RFK iebilnfinpyy PROF. WILSON-"Are there any questions ?" R. F. THOMAS-"ln regard to that matter we were speaking about yesterday: If l were Walking along the street wheeling a baby carriage, and for some reason or other the baby should fall out, would the mere fact of its crying signify that it Was hurt?" ' 35 35 ' whevbzarn in an cllfnglisb Qrlasf t PROI7.illMl'. Boggs, parse the sentence, 'She kissed me.' " ' 4 5 5 Q l ' V Lifes .ily t f , , sv, 1 ' .1 1 fn . ll I 5 Q Boggs consented reluctantly, because he was opposed to speaking of private affairs in public. "She," he commenced, with unnecessary emphasis and a fond lingering over the Word which brought the crimson to his cheeks, "is a pronoun, third person, singular number, universall considered a food catch. Kiss is a verb, transitive--too much 5' . . if . . . . . . . sog regular-every time I callg indicative mood-indicating al-fectrong first and third Jersons and overned b circumstances. Me-oli ever bod knows me." l y Y Y Y ac sc SDD, iliungz 4 CHENEY-"Why is Parsons like Huyler's mollasses candy ?' . VVELCH-HIS it because he's so stuck up ?" C1-r1l3Nl3Y-"No, he's fresh every day." ,-53 ""?'-v-vo. The' He nf'Beh2 nd 'ii l . ' r ,- Four Hundred Eight Eli gg I :-z AZ 30 9:4 :-' Big :-x :-: sis z-z su? :sz if EE . do Fl? !'29l62'2?I6SEI?3924!'35l42'39l62'X9lQ245K39K!'Z9lQ2'39l63'3?E2'29l4!'39KI'39 gi9l52'29l4!'29l4!'3?lQ2'3H'i2'29l42'29l539l6f'25l62'2?l42'2?l42'29l4!'3?l43'3H6I34 O g 5'8 Q Q ARTISTS' MATERIALS to 9,0 it and PICTURE FRAM I N G 5:3 SQ The Egg S13 Parney Art Store 481 South Salma Street OPPOSITE EMPIRE THEATRE flies2-2asz-:axezeme:-:Aer:exe:'zenemazearezezexez-:axes-:amen2fesi we . . J. Sig To settle insurance dlH:lCUltlCS or gig gg questions as to proper con- 613 tracts or companies, sec gf: 515 ii "2 '19 Egg FREDERICK V. BRUNS gg 5:5 gg General Insurance ff 'W ov 60 253 324 Union Bldg., Syracuse, N. Y. If IIN QQ SEK!'Z?'EZ'!9lQ!'Z9l62'!9l632433463926!'39liZ'Z9!6SHGZ'2?lQ2'3?Zi!'!?fI6v. 24?K2'!5KZ'2?l42-ZH6249563EES?l62'2?l6!'2?l6!'39l6!'3?l6!'29l42'!9l6!'!?K2'29l9K2'25K!'2EKG!5I'42'!?'l6!'25l62'2EESH624?K!'2?1'62'3?l62'2?l62'!?l6Z'2h'SZ'29l6QQ 741 A store whose usefulness to the buymg publ1c grows each year BURHANS BLACK 0 Q 60 916 O Q . '7 COMPA Y ff 1:51 "' 136-138 North Salina St. Branch Store X me Q3 362 South Salina Street SYRACUSE, N. Y. if Ix o 9 Oo 916 0,0 0 o K is f Q 516 HQ!'29liZ'3Eli2'39E2'29li39163Eli395SWK!-Iilii-2BK!-29K2'2?l6!-2?K2'I?m'i2'2 !E9ZQ2'1?lQ2-SHG2-2EK24E363?l6!'2?l5!'29lQ2'2?l692?-E!'!9l6!'25.'42-Z?l6!'2?I'Q2:5 is as If 5 ii? The 9K if 0,9 9 9 5 O VANDERBILT o o 93 his Ja 'Q 'L is 'Ie 3.3 F' 1 H fff 215 zrst-c ass ate! gxg , . 2-2 3 V . N6 2-2 .L.BARNEI'T PROPRIETOR 4: 00 ' 90 as Rs " 1 , - I '. gzxezezasz-:eR:-zezezszxez-:sue:-:AR:-zsxezezezszezeszezszs:sexe:-:exQ ,za ff 0 1 are sms N :-: Ll G. W. EGENHOPER 09 .4 Me1z's Outfitter, Ifatter and Shirt Maker '5 I l I sw Q 1 AX Sk 3 209 South Warren Street 5:4 . SI! 02 0 o + 3 213 I I I "9 "3 Pennants and Banners made to order .O 5,4 Nl f :Is as !'Z?l6!'19l42'29lQ2'2?'l6Z'2?lQZ'39l6Z'2?lS2'!5lQ2'2?li!'29I'42'I?l62'29K!'25E!'2?K!'2 Four Hundred Nine i 4 I 4 I Q n A n n R 1. :E .QQ any Q Q Q 5 . r V "EX . ,, I .1 ' at f IIA li Qt Bbaftyhild the Varsity crew, would Professor Tilroe? If Dean Smalley were coxswain of . . lf Prof. Rogers couldn't meet his class do you think Smallwood? If a student Hunks does Prof. Bray? lf Prof. Richardson's salary is large what does Hargitt? l lf the water pipes in the gymnasium had burst during the Junior Prom. would e dancers have used their pumps? If ? came along would Helen Neal? If Prof. Tanner secured a strike, would Prof. Carter get a Sperrfyj? COver- heard in the faculty bowling alleysj. If K. B. Norton loses his job, will he become a Gardner? If Patch Giles was wounded in fighting a Deuel, would he Place his case with Dr. Macc? If the Normal Art girls should cut, what would Mary Doux? W0lllll she let Mary Ketcham? If the Schooner Charles D. Reidpath of Buffalo runs into a Fogg on Lake Erie, would Skipper Ingraham stick to the Helmfsl ? If Pete Porter becomes a classy Cook, will he be Fonda Eaton Moore at any Price? If Helen Brown's father decides upon leaving his present location, will he look for a new Parish? How many highballs would it take to Filkins? If Elgin Sherks is Prof. Babenroth? If she saw Margaret Tripp and fall down, would Greta Gyer? ' of. Scott, who can Jake Gramlick? can trim Pr If Chancellor Day Four Hundred Ten 2'39i62'29K!'3?i63'39K2'3?K!'39ii2'39K2'39i'2!'39KZ'3?ii2'39!62'3E'l4!'29K2'39K339163'3?E3'Z9K!'2Ei5Z'3?iQ2'32if3t39K!'39ii2'39l62'3?i6939K!'3hi6!'2i'6!'3?K!'35E!:Q Q'o 5.9 C H E. 0 N O N D A G A NG SYRACUSE, N. Y. if F' E P1 ii gg zreproof - uropean an oo 'P do , 00 , ,:-fi rg' r-nocron c. WELCH, Manager 1-3 gf? gs:-f -Q t f.,. f"f 5' J wrr.r.rAM R. BURBANK, Assn. Manager A VU . J., ,X ' AF , , . ,, A if ,ff V , 11, Ay y V e f NGN! , ,HA 0,0 if at 11 ' ' fr , I 'mlrr ilu' lfl.7'!'l'llrNl nf. if if ff wif: ff a me 00 . gif' , 1 t 3 -' " N , gag Q.: gig ,pg-4 5,4 lfiggifiz FREDERICK W. ROLKWELL f ,. .V ' V ,. 'X N , ' s Q9 gig .IJ Lv.-lt ,A '43 me tm ,211 he 2-2 it if xr" 'je-3 1.4 EQ gf Ill 252 11" ,gg wit Er I me ur Q., Eg 5 F Btlgin Under Same - , , ,-gf r , .... . ' - 4.1, gr 5.9 Eg ,'i V ..e .4, .. 4 I T' if gs yn Management egg if r e. M-2: n e w mil-ll . i'f.r,.....r.fr. .'i -. .3..,,11,7,...:1 4 T H E T E N E Y C K 4 I ' ' "e' ,- 43 y l e X' '-- .,..,..,-...f A L B A N Y, N . Y. :-: 9? , , , 9? 2:29153EK2'25i6!'2?i4!'Z?K2'2?i6!'35i4Z'29K2'2Pi6!'3EK2'29K!'3?i4!'39K9Z9i4!'3?l9i6!'3?i62'29i6!'2N6!'2?K2'2?i62-25i42'35i435k!'2?K!'2?'K!'2?'i:2'2?i6!'3?iw!'25i6!'2 OQ O0 OO O0 O9 X69 X06 ICQ IO! O0 OO Oi 190100 SEEKZ'39!4!'39i6SEK2'2?'K!'39K!'3?i62'25K!'Z9i42'29i62'29iQ2'2?K2'Z?!6Z'!5i6gi . 335Jo9Ko'o939254o'o?ifo'o?i!o'o9iQo'oEkdo9ko'o9ifs'o5'iin'o9ifo'o5iQs'o9r54'o EK Bk Zig of 'Q oe 00 5" " "' ' H6 ' The Store that 1S Popular 55 SK . 95 5 52 W1th the Students 255 :-: 2-2 :-: rade Mark EE gig EE Base Ball Goods hearing the Reach Trade gg t gf .0 Mark have been standard for years. The big 0.0 S42 F. M . M N SE Sig Leagues and Colleges recognize the vast super- ag 2.3 sg 2-2 iority of Reach goods by using them ex- 2-2 213 J f O.. gig clueniely. gif EE EE H6 u gre lieachlllase Ball li the olfiiinl Rialluof EE . ' Q, re mer can eague am s an ar wr i e 0,5 if -I ' , if f.f NatioualLeag1ie. Look for the Reach Trade 2.3 gig gtg QE Mark ou every Base Ball article you buy. gig nv 3 3" 3 OO PK 35 3 The 8 Guarantee if o,o ig is your protection'-it insures every base-ball articlc gg EE Eg EE you buy. On .mir hy ig Qu SE gg SPALDING8zCO. gig QE 3 ,Q 109 and 113 W. jefferson St., Syracuse. N. Y. as OO 954 252 EE A'rHr.a'rrc coons Zig 0,0 Q s'o do so Hg or-' ALL KIND! 54,5 if 2" gg Base Ball and Track Team Supplies, etc. Estab- If' Eg QE fig lished in 1880, at our present place of business. QE ,Q 717 S gig Sig No connection with any otherjirm. gig gif ' 2,2 3 w:s'r nzrrrekson, mean sauna 3 o'o v 5.6 BK BIS BK SBE39i6!'2?l6!'29i62'39l6!'29I62'2?K2'2H439K2'!?K2'3?i6Z'3?i62'39i62'39i62-2 2'39i62'!EK3?i6!'2?i6!'29l62'29i62'39K2'3?i62'29i6!'Z?i62'29i6!'39KZ'29K!'25I62-2 Four Hundred Eleven 4 is 54' nn 5: 32 7 QFI7 ll little Ktggit M506 fb! CIl1ampll5 Wh it '1 Fair Crea turel Is she a Co-Ed? lNo son ny he is Not '1 Co I cl but he Po-ses as the Col leg,e W1 dow Wliere Does she Live, 'it Win ehell Hill? No he Hangs Out at the on Moving Up Day Wh lt is the Sweet 1 hing, s N tme? He H ts '1 R1 ther Long Name, a g T 1 . 'i' 'S' 1- .Q ,-1. jp , . - f, ' 1 - L , 71? ' - f '- U - M, . ' -' z . , . V, Col-lege Cir-cus most-ly and is Some-times Seen ' f ' y- . f. 2 1 ' ' ' r' z . 1 2C 1 :- ll ll Qhut he is Called "Recl'l for Short. Who is that Fat Man? Is he the l're-si- Oh, Look, hues l ipa and Son ny! , Regi-nalcl, it is not Pa-pa and Son-ny, it is a Stu-dy in Con-trast. Dial they Steal those Num- bers off From an Au-to-mo-bile? No, they Each Slip-perl One Over on the Ath-le-tic Go-vern-ing Board. Why do they Wear Tooth-picks on their Chests? Do they Bc-long to the Pie-liaters Club? Yes, they Be-long to the Pie-Eaters Club, but those are Not Tooth-picks,,They are Ours. There is an old Pro-verb which Says, "The Oar is Migh-ti-er Than the Tooth-pick." clent? Yes, he Looks like the 'Pre-si-clent of the Bar Ten-clers Un-ion, hut he is Not. Will he e-ver Be-come a Can-cli-date for Pre-si-clent of the U-ni-ted States? 'Pro-ba-bly, Re-gi-nalcl, af-ter he Be-comes Su-per-vi-sor of his Ward. Does he mit Re-sem-ble Taft? Yes, No-tice the Pink Cheeks and the Win-ning Smile. ' Four Tlnnflrefl Twelve !-25.'6!'25I4!'2E!6!'2?i624262'Z9K2'2?l6!'2Ei?92H63342-SEEKH63H624EK2'29IQ'6!-39162662-29162-29i6!'2?l62'!5i6!'!?l62-2H63H624?l62'!?i4!'2?E!'29!62-2?!62'I Q f f Q gi STOVES 59" RANGES HARDWARE, TOOLS, REFRIGERATORS HOUSE FURNISHINGS, FURNITURE RUGS, LINOLEUMS CUR- TAINS, BABY CARRIAGES, Etc. I-f OU MUST ADMIT that our French Steel Plate Ranges for fig is Hotels, Restaurants, Boarding Houses, Clubs, Fraternities, etc., are iii positively the best, our guarantee goes with every one. Get our esti- QE Elf mate on work of this kind. In our House Furnishing Department you'll find a E12 gig splendid line of Aluminum Ware, Tin and Enamel Ware, all kinds of Cook- Q ing Utensils, Fireless Cookers, etc. Here is Where you can buy good Furni- ,E t .-. ture at the lowest prices. This Department is most complete. In fact we can I-5 supply you with everything you need about the Home, Club or Institution. as if 53 K ' f f B 2 1 8 2 2 9 iii Ola - "f 0.5 1 C C 1' I' O S . NORTH SALINA ST. so 9+ Eli , FK SEKSEKSEESEK!'39lQ2'3?E249163Eli39K3EK!-293692916EEK2'!9l63366SEK2'3?KZ'39k!'3?lQ!'29IQ!'!5lQ!'39lQI'29E!'39E35162'3?lQ2'2Pl62'3?l52'2?iG!'2 5252-2?K2'2EK3EKZ'3?l6!'Z91693526249K249l62'2?-i62'29l6!'Z5l62'Z9l62-SEKQ g:?i'5f':9i5!'25i5I'I?i42'I?i42'29l52'29l4!'25i?2'29i52'29i62'I9i52'29i42'I?l52'2N5Q5 .15 3 515 d B h .R HORSMAN TENNIS gg Hu SOD I'Ot CFS 4: RACKETS 'W' Nu u lf 121' I t 1' r Ala dc I f 'l fl gg The Horsman "Model A-X" gg ,', y N 7 I 6, op stands in a class by itself Q, Sig gig Don'thuyunlilyouhavc scenil.Wri1q gg gig to us if your dealer cannot show it S2 oo fa 0,3 J' - oo J, O0 so fo Eli T , Wcnrc the Sole Agents in the United ii 'I' 2:2 gag hi Srntcsforlhe cclcbrnredflyrrx gg 252 Q 3 I 'lnluljbr'nn.rlll15Ialrwl 7?IllIllY Ifullx 3., Sig EK HQ - 1' . gig Q, op 0,0 K-S 9,0 gg 8,8 3,2 1 X - xx 9, i 00 so -' ' I 1 I L fo ig Manufacturers of ig - if Pioneer Baking Powder llrg,1ili.:LI:t T 90 f iff If 1, ' -. , ' 916 fig 9K jlff .'..a..,..., ,-4' Fi? I-2 e "' 5? f tif Lzliilfztx zxtl Q 3 is Distributors of gig i iiiliill il 1912 mils "OW "WW 'U' 2,3 . . 213 V ,E distribution 52 Al'llngtOn Igfaflkl of Goods Eli 515 il Send for new catalogue Eg 0,0 ,-, Q- l, ,",.,i,i,..1,....l,.4 .5 so I, :lib .91 .,,, ...,. ' .1.1J::a.15,,..,',' Q!.31Z15fgma3 00. oo os X .3 ...H uw F ' roa way oo SYRACUSE,N.Y. gg gg NEW YORK gg 43 3 3 3 gg .Q 9. Q. fag? 9. ff. 'CQ ff 'Q .Q 9. 'Q QQ 0. Q. OCX ff K galez':5lQ:':9ie:':?E:':9i6:'35lf:':5ie:':9ieSEK:':9le:':9lfo'o9ieo'o9iQo'o?i!o'o Q'o9l6a'o5iQo'o5lYo'o9leo'o9ies'o9l6o'o5l6s'o?i6o'o5i'fo'o9i'fo'o9ifs'o5lfa'o7Ku'o?ifs'o Four llnnd'red Tllirtt-cn ' 4 I 4 Q 9 5 i A - if f' f sg if ililif . lj, f ff E, 5 iq U5 W 7 X -'W , ' Zi.-'flu . ?5,:iL The Senior passed with burning brow, If A, ,f "L '-V5 And faltering step but beaming eye. .V L , 1 ' . , --"-"'1'- ' ::'!ila2r:-iz: , , He held a roll and passing said ,E e fff, . With half successful Weary sigh, 5 I. N 17 I an Ng an I ff' f ' , 1 . lVIy Thesis. X X K ,1 l - I f W X I i Kel' fa . The Senior stumbled up the hill, g ' I ,Qlll . II ls Q He climbed the steps, he pushed the doorg lil- I, K E gf funk ? He sought the seminary room, i 7 f1'Il- ' " fi' fic! ,. . . T- A' ff-"' i ' pf 1 hen fell, just gasping from the floor, , ""'ir' "' ,, .ll'Sk!gE5 EgE!". ""L I as 4. Two .TRIKEQ INII THIEI UAWLS 35 55 -I aff f - sa aims mu may N . mil Little drops of water, 1 Little grains of sand, 1 Qs And the whole Dorm Council l Il, Always is on hand. ' ii , Little grains of sand, , fri Little drops of water, if ,Z And the second section V J Jfi K J-it' Has to go to lorter. 1 Y IA K W Chaney takes the matter X N From the hands of Porter. 5, Q K No more grains of sand, JL' No more drops of water. T""54 E 1 7' V' ac ac 9116154 , SUIIFRESHMANJ meeting Marsh on the campus-"Say, I know you, you're from East Syracuse!" ' " " l t nakes me look that way." I ' 't. lve been sick, thats wma x MARSH-"No, am Four Hundred Fourteen 6,5519 s ,o my o syn, leo oy Q saga oy? oy? o uQo,o5i6qo9p ffpggbf qu 4NIQKQNK0,0N449N4035?ggi,opN4opH40,0N503REQ5Ko,ogvfo,o54fo,oNKo,s5Ko,o I ,f f , f . s'qfm'aH4s'ofIfa'ofI'fa fl o'ofIQs'o Nina von 605 on so Roo sw Yin uf so ufaxoof Yoo on so wo on ow Qwiioof in nf S, ,gg AC 0,0 21: SIE 5.3 STEEL AND COPPER Qfi Z? ENGRAVING EMBOSSING PLATE PRINTING . ., The only establishment in Syracuse operating Z1 Complete fi if Plant for this work 955 :R SYRACUSE STEEL PLATE ENGRAVING CO. 6, 5.3 SE 134 Walton St. Syracuse, N. Y. 0,5 .fo "9 EE T3?'I4!'3?l634343363953El?3EK34EK!'39lQ2'39l6SEE39K3'35lQ2'39lQ3'!99li2'35l62'29l5!'29l52491539163555!'3?'l'i!'!?l'5395EEEWE?i2'2?l5!'3?li!'2?l62'3 Q 29axe:-:sae:-:ale:':sie:-:we:-:are:-:He:-:sie:':QR:-:axe:-:alex.:9.'e:'zb:4:-:are2-2alexa:-WR:-:Her-:Her-29:42-:N4ta9:43ales.:Hee:mesie:-:Re-zszszmez-:Riagg 313 69 312 :Q O 0:0 91? if :-: iz? x14 ,R QE Dealer in 2-: .1 P 71? 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Salina street EQ E46 SEK!'3?'E!'!EKSEK249443Eli39li2'2?l6Z'3El6!-2E-l62'2?li2'3?l6!-3Eli2'2?l'i3'3 1"ourl'TnnIlI'ecl Fifteen 4 1 'Y-, I' ' , ffl Mliilliam 39. jftank, Sir. PRESENTS william 39. frank, Er. " jaearlp an Qatar " 4 A? i 5 I I A 5 I A R 7 9, r Kia! 4 ff, Zin the QDne Zlct Rollicking Zliiurlesquc f wg. I ' .1 an fa ll G7 si 4 f ,LEW r , e ' if -f 12" I 55,3 , x: .V,.,' V P gfsfmb' -a 1 1 UN Li W' 5 1 , Qi, ya h . - - 1 . fl I f X9 K A 1 f R E A n ' f 2 A 1 .- 5:- 1 ' ' ' X-1 r l ,M :IM 2 1- ff -1. Nav xbxbcbibxxyhx L f ?"Q0'f? ff f50fI SM I TOOT MY HORN,' I LIKE .ITS SOUND, ESPIECIALLY IF THERE'S A CROWD AROUND. our Hundred Sixteen ww f l 00 on 005 on on foogfoo lgoaglfosg oogfosygosgyoos foo :gow Aiwa oo os of ov f ox or f f f -- f 405Ka'o7iQo'0!i6a'o7"tfo'o7'iYo'ofiQo'o?ixo'ofNo'ofifv'ofiQv'ofnewiYs'o7'i'Qs'o9nxo'o7HRveilsv'o5l'fs'o?lfVofifvii!:'o7i'fo'o9i!:'z?if:':5iY:':?iT:':?lf:':7i ix:':9iC:': N4 at 0,0 og oo , Q, The World s Best El? Elf "3 1 '-I MA R INIL 93 w GASOLINE op W Vx 3:5 E N G 1 N E jg 9? ' ii! is made right here at HOMIE. 5.5 fig If you are a prospevtive buyer, gig don't look further. Give us 215 your order and get home pro- 3:2 gg tection. 0,0 0,0 Eg 20 Sizes TO SELECT FROM ' do as :V 25 to 120 , fn H arse- power In Q 'ig Every One Guaranteed 55 .3 4,0 vo 09 BK fir 3 Z5 5 500 EastWater Street " axe 4 v oo v oo oo oo on o oo 1 oo oo ug nv Q gn, N fu oo oo os v u, u oo oo foo f09 ' f elfiofKVQEIQ2?EiRdobiedoylfdoFlewH549gifo'o5660?l6o'o?'l4o'o5i6o'o5iQs'o5lfo'o BK 9:9l6:':5l'5z':?l6z':9K:'zHQ??l65'o?fs'o5i6o'oE'iQs'o9i6a'o9l6s':?i6s'o?n6o'o5i6 g5E'l5u'oEKdo?i6:':?l'5:':Eliza5leo'o5K:'v?i'f2':?i4o':H4o'o?iQ:':?,l5o'of do Foo 715 . .54 os oo n Q o oo ngkoogliop V A 0 0 Oo X GEORGE G. KENYON LUMBER COMPANY g.: , Eli :-: il? ' ' 53 Q, o'o 926 56 3 Pine, Hemlock, Hardwoods CCf5JGeOrgia Pme T1mber - s-z 0 0 3,8 I H , , . Egg All Kinds of Interzor Immrnmgr 2:3 at SE WHOLESALE AND RETA11, as , . . 3 EE All kinds Kiln-dr1ed bf Co . " Hardwood Flooring OO gig lfvlh PlI0ll1',Y 210 gg if s C O ANGE 2:2 sq 601 E.WATER T., OR. R in EE OSYRACUSE, N. Y. io 3,2 H6 O OO IC O 60 gix 24EE!-I5563H624EESH4249l6Z'2?l42'Z?l6.'29l6.'.?i6.u?l6.'!?l .-2?'l'52'2?l6 oo 1,400 :goo vos oe on oo 'ov oo foo foo vooglgoo fOQL foo 3:q?sw'o5t NYogi!itFigfoEKo'oNQ0'oEl?o'o7'i'5o'05i1o'o?iQo'o?Go'oAx o'o?lYo'of 71? 742 .0 The E115 . . Eli Provldent Life Es'Trust Co. of Philadelphia, Pa. if GREATEST SECURITY LIBERAL CONTRACT 0.3 ag LOWEST COST fi! 8 Z3 3:3 I am a student of the University and gig ask you to consider our proposition from iii gli a business standpoint and judge it upon gg a basis of true merit. 3 3 3 55 FTHHCIS D. MCCurn Special flgent is 823 University Block SYRACUSE, N. Y. Elf L AES ., , X f X S3 !'3?l6!'2?!6!'39.'624Eli249lQ!'!9E334SEK249262-29l62'Iali!'2vli2'35K2'3?-K!'2 . Four Hundred Seventeen - ' e 5 i 5 in CDH Medic grabbed his Knife one 54,3 f Q To do some neat diss ecfinn - 3 391. E a rife ,yy In F . X 1 X - 1 . by as K f' 1 Y I Vxaf - 1' 1 'A EY' A vms - X f N E . . 5 r' - P ' M ...sew ' Q ll I! Q A' rfra-wwf' 21 jfihrmbertnusi Gnmenp in QDnr Sift Characters-Dr. Post and the Junior Class. Scene-Lecture Room A. Time-8:27 A. M. AcT I. Clinter Dr. Postj. Clinter the Stand-In Quartette, Parsons, Pendill, Warner and Filkins, who sing a little Ditty-" We Love Our Teacher Well."j Dr. Post f8Z27 A. MJ, Kindly answer to your names. CTWO-thirds absentj. ' Filkins--" What is the significance of the symptoms relative to the constitutional manifestations of pneumonitis anterior to mortiiication ?" Dr. Post-" I will answer your question in our usual after class conference." 8:30 A. M.-Clinter several members of the class led by " Deacon " VVard, who exhibits disturbed mental conditionj. Dr. Post-" Hewitt, what do you mean by hypertrophy of the heart? " Hewitt-'K Hypertrophy of the heart is a condition due to an overdistention of the cerebral cortex with ardent emotions. lt occurs spasmodically and usually is self-limited in a few weeks, ranging in intensity from a slight giddiness to total in- capacity of concentration." Dr. Post-" lishenour, what g i., is the treatment and prognosis? H 1, 1 Eshenour Cwho had been F f ,fear H s E asleepj--" Amputate early a n d g S g gl , f . - - X X '. .,., X X .x- .mb sq i ' l .x high up, and treat symptomati- W XX 'N X Q5 A XX X , y y :ww 75 f Mihai tally. I --'re- A w 8:45 CDoor opens quietly. X 'MLEEQLQ1 . ' ' PERB Z' Windy " Wetherell appears amid . Y: ..n-are .- shouts from the classl. -' -www' 09 Dr. Post-" Squires, w h a t QTIM Corpse refused +0 be abused would you do for a tuberculous , . ' U The ,vyedm 4l7,,13g-4 corwulerion lesion in the leg? I"onrllundre1l Eighteen 'J 8' 0.'N'0.'N:'.'blA'.'bl 0 0 '10 'BMO 05110 'BV' 03:0 ON fo oy fo 55140 Q vo ox! fo 0 fo 0 fo 0 fo Q fo 0 fo s fo o fo 0 f f S5360 bien ofRo of no who wt6o'o?i xs'oftxs'oftxo'ofNo'oft R601 Ns'ofNo'of tw'o 391537Ns'o9i'Co'oNNo'oE'i'fv'o gi!s'o?ifs'o?i"Cs'o?i!o'o?i6:':?i'f:':?iY:':?E:':Fi5:':5iT:': Xl ' 3 Ltzwls M. Sm:RlDAN - . . . QE 7k IHJNJAMIN F. Rt-.nm-.R so 7x f Central C1ty ROOf1Hg CO. , . , ali Contractors for Roojng ES" Axplzalt Floorzng Si EK ff S4 Roofing Material and White Gravel for Sale at Yard. Imported Rock As- is phalt for Waterproof Sidewalks and Floors. Estimates cheerfully given. 2? orifice AND YARDS no-FH PHONES f - 62 Cor. Canal and Catherine Sts. SYRACUSE, N. Y. are SEKSelf2'3?42'3?'E2'39l6!'2?lQ39-K6SEE24526SEK2-IEES9152'I?l62'39lQ!'3?l6li!'39liI'3?l6!'IEEG!Elf2'35l6!'2?li!'2?l'22-SEK2'2?l5Z'Z?ii2'39l62'2?lQ!-SEQ!-2?-E!-f gg?i3Z'!?l6!'29l63Eli3Eli24El-?Z'2?K!'!?l62-Self39l6Z'2?l6!'2?l62'2?l6!'2?l6gE ffl?24EESEli!-3E-ESEIS249563Els3953Elf!-IE163?lQ!'!?l6!'2?l52'3Fl6:5?, N 43 612 Z5 ,', so Q, . , .3 , elf Eli W5 Brown 8 Dawson Miller Electric Company :-: , 2-2 :ig 4 4 o SOUTH WARREN STREET Bruggtsts , as 00 f " . so ggi 255 lllgh Grade Modern Chandellerx gpg 52 D is ALE RS IN c H E MI CAL s gig aww in Prire, Quality and 'Design ii :-: CQCHEMICALGLASSWARE 2-2 2-: if . . gg Handsome Artistic Shades, and all that Eg Ollffillffi f0f Phyllfldlli QE 2:3 is best in Illuminating Glassware gg .5 Jo .5 :az . 916 Eli . . . . . SE 125 S. Salma St., Syracuse, N. Y. Reszdentzal Lfghtmg Our Specially 23154639K3H639E!'Z5'li2'3?l62'2?K2'3E'l624E442-I?'E2'3?l42'3?lQ!'!?l6!'3?l6iff SEEK!'29K!'!?l6336SEE!-IAQ2-IEE!'3a'i2'2?l'i2'3?li!'29l62'2?!62'ZEliZ-2?l-iff? Eli it as W "' "9 WHOLESALE 3 harles H. Alvord N if 2.3 43 2 vim C' Ribbed Z Eff gg BK gig C Mirror L R l 9 op . 0.0 0,0 R' W- d A sflaiiyll " 3,9 Eg o o s o o EE 5 Chligpiig S yviinian UE gig -1'-' 'i S GI'0UHd S Greenhouse D ., .0 .5 ,R gg 5 WOOD GLASS CO. g gg 108 VANDERBH-'Tl SQUARE U-I 113 James St., Syracuse, N. Y. 5' S? if 'If "2 SYRACUSE, N. Y. M.G.GROSSMAN, PRES. 974 , , X ,EK , , , , 9? SEK3EK2-Z9-l'iZ'29l6!'35lQ2'Z9l6!'ZXZ'!5'624HQ!-IEli!'29l:!'2E'l:2'3:K!'2?Z:!'3 39k3E46!'Z?l':243:3El:2-SEE!-2HQ92EKWEE2'Z?liZ'2?li!'!9li!'!?l6!'2?li!'i P462-2?l62'25i"62'2?l62'29l9l?!'!Eli!-I?'6!'2EKGEEEEli249524H5245163El62'2?l6!'2a?2-2?l62'2?K!'I?li!:?4 sc 3.3 SYRACUSE STORAGE BATTERY CO. . Elf Manzzfacturers of Secondary Batterzes Vehicle Batteries, Ignition Batteries, Portable Li ht- 3 , , tl elf ing Batteries, General Repair and Replacement, ii Batteries for Motor Boat Lighting and Ignition. A R c. Phone Bell 1873 Co Main Ublfces 118-120 South State Street, Syracuse N' Af 2'3?lQ2'3?l6EEE2454639KSEK39535?24Bl?3EESEKSER3EK2-2EE39l9liZ'2?lQ!'3?E!'2?-li2'29l6 Four I-Iuntlretl Nineteen utate the legf' I 5 5' 4' g : Squires-" Well, you might amp . 1 g Dr. Post-"Yes, you might shoot him, l suppose." fzerol. 5 A' Goldstein, if this condition resulted from a bullet wound what would you do? " ' Goldstein-" Probe the wound immediately and vigorously." Dr. Post-A' l'm afraid the Radicals are in the majority this morning. Philo, Q ff , ,, what would you do? " . Philo-" l would treat constitutionally and trust to nature." 1 Dr. Post-" Y-e-s ." H Wetherell, what can you say in regard to the length of it the respirfitoryl phases E1 bronchitis ?" ll ' Wet iere -" In ronchitis spiration is 'creasedf' I. Q Dr. Post-" Yes, what would be the treatment? " Wetherell-" Apply heat to the body by ice packs to the head. Rest the parts and massage vigorously." Dr. Post-" Yes you are pretty certain to find the right treatment with that therapeutics." Qln the meantime Warner goes through various diHieult contortions in order to demonstrate his knowledgej. Dr. Post-'A Warner, what do they call pneumonia? " Warner-" The Friend of the Aged." Squires fln undertonej-"Good friend of yours, eh, Pop?" E 9:40 A. M. Dr. Post-" It is very evident that the class needs more study. For next time take the rest of Osler and the first half of Greene, omitting the Hne print, Cthere being noney. Q 'YM Amwn .sq X. -1 . 0 'N Q YE. it 2 f ls 2 A f' valid ft 0 , i . X it i 3 i M , l I ,ff P ri! fy If 1' f,,lgj , til: ik f , as I f Af it -1 A X X Jfl-9,5 'r1'fy5,,:vu yy ly lfiii l ,f -'22-'S'-El If , A x,"'7!y K iff N , Xfgj U W Ni ...J 71? if pl Tile Plliilng of 0. imgigal in Q. I-'nur Hundred Twenty V o 5 Oo gig SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY STADIUM g at U.St1'H.tO1'S IA1gl'2'lVCI'S Ill E X You Business Managers of Col- 2-: ,., lege Publications-Write us for X X 0 1 N v Q 03 our Special Propo5z'z'z'on dealings with the illustrating and the making of engravings for college publications. Q 9 ENGRAVERS F012 PK N1 1913 ONONDAGAN EE The Clark Engraving Co. 476 SOUTH SALINA sT. SQ - So 53 SYRACUSE, NEW YORK gig 3X3M3X3X3XSM3H3M3M3X3WSWSM3M3XM3H3M3MSMSMSXSWSNSHSHSHSMSXSMS Four llunmlrcwl Twenty-one i 4' 5 Q I 5' ,fv- F . 5: x fx if ' E g flQ7?'4'QS' " - H k ' i I rs' 41S v 1 R 'ii 'iff 1 .1 f Wxxixfx. S X ,-you ' f Xxx XX' - y M ff"""'f, 0 My lu K ll' V. g g , Ev' any fi sas gi, F 1 A' , ' I K l . - r . y - r l . I at 7 3' A . ll I! Q C K 411132 Zluninr QIBBDU5 flllbvnugb the 0131225 nt bbakcsipzare Ballantyne Bros. . Let us confess that we two must be twain Although our individual looks are one. Hlozlgell . Learning by study must be won, lTwas ne'er entailed from sire to son. Brewer . ln arguing too, this man oft showed his skill, For e'en though vanquished he could argue still. Exhenour . When years have passed and virtues still are seen, His still shall live and he in them, still green. Filkins . He speaks well, Wlizit a pity there's no sense in it. Q Golzlxlein Absence of occupation is not rest, A mind unexercised is a mind distressed. Hewitt . He'd scratch his head, the infallible resource, To which embarrassed students have recourse. frfnnings . Take all my thoughts, my brains, yea take them 1 Wlizlt hast thou now more than thou hadst before. Mitrlzell . His cheeks display a second spring, Of roses taught in wine to bloom. Parsons . Bid me discourseg I will enchant thine ear. Fendi!! . Some for renown on scraps of knowledge dote, And think they grow immortal as they quote. Philo . He trudged along, unknowing what he sought, And whistled as he went for want of thought. Preston . Here is the one, as brilliant as a spark, Four Hundred Twenty-two He aims at nothing, and hits the mark. il, 35162491439142491639163516249lQ2'29l42'2?l62'3?lQZ'39KZ'39lQ24916Z'29KQ'2 4 R Q0 gig T H E as o'o "0 25 CONNECTICUT MUTUAL OO LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY SEZ ' 515 3 A Umque Record gzg if Received from memhersin premiums gg since organization to 1912 .... I5273,711,94S.14 as '-' R dt th . their families. 01' "' 552 'ii."c'a'lcmX't.s"f" ........... 281.472-537-75 QE liqrcerr nfammmt returned .... 7.760.592.6l gig i3 This company originated and adopted the three Si ,-E 131701 per cent reserve in America, lb years earlier gig EK than any other company. N 0,9 0 Sig Highest percentage of dividend returns of Eli gig ANY AMERICAN COMPANY 3 BEST POLICY CONTRACT ON 3 THE MARKET 9:4 E , . . . ' as , N 5 ', f?'0fiJ,Yl1IOIl ln'l'ur'n nr- 'Q Q52 I trifgligrlv' 113111. PA1' V017 'Q o'o Q0 515 D. B. COOPER, Gen. Agent 3 ig 813 Onondaga Co. Savings Bank Bldg. I: 215 SYRACUSE, N. Y. do W urn oo OOEKOQXOEF EK EKOOHQ QE 5160916 :K are -N o o o o Q o o o s 4 o o o f':Hf:'o7t'5o'o?1fo'o51Qo'o o'o o'o do Jo o'o s'o o'o do for s'o 2-251692EK245639143916Z-251639162-2H42'!?l62'3?l62-35162EK!-2914!-SEl6!'2?l6l'f' 'elf'El"-'KF'-'Ni"'f-F"'el6"'5-' "Al " 'EE' 'Elf' 'XF' 'Fu' 'ali' '?' " ' 112 ift . AM 1 lx I-I 5K O 9 Q2 o s o'o if 512 0: PIE 3 ?5 312 SIE O 9 iii if E12 9: A EL o o 215 NEED A SPRING TONIC? !'2916!'2?K!'25lE245."52'35K2'29l6!-2?l6!'2?K2'2?l62'39lQ2'29lQ!'25l6!'29lQ2'2N4!'2 915 515 03 qs .9 Q, 2E The Northwestern Mutual so . 6, Life Insurance Co. Oo ' EE Purely Mutual and tramaclilzg Co - . Q, if brzrinesr only in lhe United Slater so 69 BK STAT:-:mEN'r JAN. l, 1912 0, f. gg Asset-s .....,..,..... . Y285,575,2l9.-l-I at LiabilitiesfincludingIf11,8Sl2,85f1.10 gg Elf held to meet Deferred dividend Z-0 wi rm 60 33 Contracts ............. ' 1 ,. . , m .. is 00 00 EK F n l: held for num al lividcn ls QQ Iv: upIysab1e in 1912 and Ior CIJIIIIIHZCNIT gli cies ........ 31f14,989,535.B4 285.575.2l9.44 Q 0,0 gig Income, 1911, 554,535.14I.78. Paid 312 3 Policyholdcrs in 1911 ....... 35.627,4n2.4s Q15 ag lnsurancc in Furce ..... . . 1,l47,273.523.00 Q0 ' 215 Policies in Force, 447.507 S2 'Ig 7? X-2 HENRY PHILLIPS 52 EK xp 3 Sprrlhl Agni! 915 su 3 621 University Bldg., Syracuse, N. Y. ff 916 391635143?l62'3?lQ!'3?l'i!'3a"i2'2a'6!'2?l52'35?2'29lQ2'I?K!'2?K!'2?lEGBE!Z w'of no New wof xt of ww softhw Ts? a'of R601 Nia txdof ks'o Rio . V, Zia 60 -.1-4 sis s'9 its 0,4 . . zu alt-Vitaline is BES It has a Pure Food Value Ask your Physician about it 5-5 Y 'N:... . ." 7 I 2 QQQDQ '5 , Prepared only by 'If BARTELS BREWING CO., 4 o 1 f if 3 5.114 4,2 s 0 op Q 9 711 . stu S S 64 51.1 sg: 0 4 51 2 o O N. 6? o'o he 6 3 do XM ik og 9 9 O O ' EK 74 I 391624916!'39K!'25K35163'!9lQ2'39l6Z'39l62'29K!'3?l6Z'!?l6351239liZ'!9ii2'3?l6l62'!9l43916!'!9lQ2'I9E2'2?li!'3?li2'3aQ35163353514!'2H62'29!iZ'2E-K2'35l6Z'3 Four llttntlrccl Twenty-thrcc A 'U 4 P pl Q D E w-psgn if 9 F 71 2 H l E - 1 ,I I' r ,jf . f L, e, 1 ' .rl at A ll Q li Ryan . Srfllirrs Scl1!o.s'.s'e1' . Wfzrzl . W117'II07' . W1fl1ler'eIl . Wr11'flli11g . Ywrkwl MIKE RYAN-ul don't sec buy any tobaccof' Cm, SHERMAN-"Ol1! It's QQ, K . l r f lfnur llunrlred 'I'w I pity hashful men who' feel the pain, Of fancied scorn, and undescrved distam. How much a farmer that's been sent to roam Excels thc farmer that's been kept at home. Nly glass will not persuade mc I am old As long as youth and thou art of one date. 'Tis true he is not much inclined To fondness for the female kind. Rejoice that nature made hut one such man, And in the molding lost the dye. He used to come at ten o'clock. But now he comes at noon. I lovc to hear him talk-yet well. I know That music hath a far more pleasing sound. Awkward and still and without the skill, Of talking sense or, keeping still. 35 if how you got such a cake in your pipeg you I sponge cake-gal ll fnnl1'lz?" SC BC M 59'- 0 ICVCI' i ff? gi?K2'Z?K2'25K2'291635163?K2'39K!'!9K2'29K2'2?K!'25K!'29K2'2?!42'3?Kgi , 225624E163H42-Z?i42'3?462-IEE92F1693H63552'!EIl62'29K2'I?462'2?16!'2?!63g?: oo 'G on 33 5, , so Q F. Humbert s Sons 25? I-2 TH E GRAND 25 ' Eslnhlishcd 1848 ig fKElTH'S GREATER VAUDEVILLED ig ER BE gw , . . l gg FURNITURE, CARPETS as gg gg 2-15-TWP DPW-8-15 gg HQ "' 956 N F.. . . N s E. h w k " 3:2 EE gunlgrmtefrntf vxcnllcfmic gig g.- , . - :-: z-5 P- I :-: 25 Arenal Dm-Mun!! to Smdgnu Mnrinecs, 20c, 30c. Evllnjfngs, 75c, 50c. 35c. 25c. if Q ' f gg N. Salilla St., SYFIICUSC ig Arr' Jnu ll ln'1'1'll1 lxvgulark' If fmt, ,fri fha llalvit is " as ev sw ?5s:e:':aI4:':s:e:-zsne:easez-:mezeaxe:-zsseezsk:':s:Q:-2944:-:e:e:':s:e:':su4:-2 :SQRz-:ana:-:ER:-:exe:-sexe:-:axe:-:sae2-:sue2-:sR:':xQ:':aR:-:axes-:exe929:11-z QQ ,Eff NX :OzHe:-:Rexx-zexe:-zaxe:-:Aw:-:AR:-:ess:-:AR:-:skank24PR:-:s:4:'zeR:':s:4:':eIe:-Ones? .Er 2 xv X :-: I 'ig NSFSQ-W? 3 X' 1 EK X 5 , A-X Jw O Q 3 Q ' 1-ff . ' 212 Sql J, J . Yo A , fight m"?k ,fe I lx' Cor. Pond and Lodz Sts. f 'NX "QI A gf C m C ' 25 I MN, I gl, ustO lothlng -iw W I-1 . g 'lv M Sults S 15 tO 5535 EE -Emi. K Q I ' W F Save from S8 to S15 on each 1 0 I f I X I , by , Largest Stock X I . . o'o f I Superlor Quallty E . 3 l Perfect Flt . . gig W 1 I ' 1 1 Faultless THl1Of1Hg 'VL ibm' M 'Wo N' sw:-zeaez-:saez-:sus:-:ans:-:esz-sane:-:R:-:ae:-:5:4:-:ae:-:axes-:sues-:e4e:-zenewzsseiz :Azazz.:AR:-:sR:':s1e:-:sues-zsserzawz-:aaa-zess:-:ess:-:aw:-:sz:-:aa-:Nez-:was-:waz-OR:-:Rs-2AR:-:em:as:-:Hes.:suesae:-:aw-zexsz-:sR:':eR:-zakgz 954 53 gig Main Oflice 116-122 Hawley Avenue Both Phones 2915 -2+ op J: V Q.: SE 6 6 ' 9 9 'Hg 55 Y alee zz 7 axzcab - .' ,E , n." 60 552 TAXICABS FOR snORT CALLS AT CARRIAGE RATES P-J-Ly iff :-+ RIDING PARTIES 33.00 PER HOUR Q - Q E-S X --hzxsv Y ALSO TOURING CARS ' II-1!Ly.4T?,A N . V Q EE ONONDAGA TAXICAB COMPANY JOEMCCMHY OO ag' PK .'.9K2'39I62'39K34916!'3?K!'!9K2'39E!'3?K!'25K2'2916!'!9l62'Z9K2'I5l62'I9E2'29l9K!'39lQ!'Z9B6!'39E39162'25EZ'29i6!'I9K!'I9162'3?4QI'!9K!'3?ri!'!5K2'39K!'2?'E3'! Four Hundred Tx -fi vcnty ve I -5 5 : , I 5 ' " "3limmie" Jllnfnu tn "QDuzcniz" ctllrimming E - I H ' .v ' . ' : ' 'E E- ,1i1ClC s only one right way to 1ow and p .L thut's the way I row." if if Q P 17 ' W K as as 4 il K K . W L . - He hath the hero poise, , I If I 1 ' 5' A Voice ti12lt,S full of noise, if Ii Q E., W How could it come to pass i X Leon is such ll blatant-? ' as as t ' i Selnntber lliumnr 3 The long expected edition of Dean Smalley's Joke Book will not he published hefore October lst, so as not to injure the sides of the Onondugan. BC SC I" o u r ll u nd 1' e d 'I' wen 2'2?'r6!'25324916!'3?K!'25K3H62'2?K2'25K2'2H4249163362-29K2'3?K2-2E-K39i64!'2?+K2'2N62'!5!62-2P'l62'2552'2X24H4249463?K!'2?K2'25K2'25K!'25E!'25K2'2 2? --- 213 QIDINING eq F- H- BLODGET-T CITTHE BEST Eg LUNCH ROOM 308 So. Clinton St., Syracuse, N. Y. OF QQ .0 gg BAKED EVERY 252 55 GOODS THING if 223 AND CANDY IN QE Co 6, Q5 ICE CREAM OUR 25 25 and LINE gg " ICE . , "9 gg WATER S The Oldest Shop nz Town 944 - 2E 39K2'39K2'39K2'3?K!'35I62'35K2'I5162'39K2'39K!'39K!'Z9!62'39!6936SEKSRIQQ3536Z'25K!'39KZ'2H6!'Z5.'62-39KZ'2EKSEK2'39K!'29I6!'25K!'!9!42'!i?2'3?Ev2 3EES?l6!'35!62'!5K2'!5!6!'!55624EKSEK2493624916!'25!4!'3?I'6!'!9l6!'!?l6!'25I6l62'2BKSGK!-2H624H63N63?K!'35K!'2H635!62'2?K!'2PK2'3?K2'29l62'29I62'2 EE SE EE SE 25? . ,,, 'F' ' ,S ' W I ' THE HOME OF THE EPICUREAN 25 242 FRATERNITY BANQUET PARTIES :-: iQ: EE 5? 2'29K2'29K2'3?K!'35!6!'3?N!'39l62'29l42'3?'E!'39!4!'35l635163EK35K3'35K2'39!9!62'3h?!'39!6!'!9!6SBIG3926356!'35Q2'29K!'39!6Z'2B'6!'I9l6!'!?-E245-If2'3?E!:2 gi9I62'I9l62'!5l5!'29l42'I9K2'I5K2'29K!'2?K2'29K!'2?F62'29K!'29l6!'35K2'Z9l4g2 5291624H63N439363H424N639163N63N42'29K2'39l6!'2h6!'2?i53'29l6gi N op 'S . . , VISIT-H Roses Vzolets Orchzdx .Q f 1 . . 1'-M A ,Llllff ' ' ' W ' ' " " H WW Y V W' ' ' '.. IIINOVELTY SHOP gg A EE CNcxt.m Crcsccnl Thcntrcl Eg Eg G. R. EE gig 453 South Salma St., SYRACUSE, N. Y. Egg gs H- Af " FL OR IS T if 8.8 T :fz I-E Q.. so , I Q3 Sheet Muszc 417 so. sauna sf.-132 E. Washingwn 255 Post Cards sneer, SYRACUSE, N. Y. oo , AK EK gg 2? Season Navfltlef gg S2 " If 1'l'.v from Quinlan 's ll'.r Crwrnrl " gg !'2?A!'29K!'29K!'39K!'39K2'39K39K2'39E!'29K2'39K!'!9!Q2'!9l6!'39l62'2?E!'3 2'2?K!'2?K!'39K!'25K!'35KSBE39K249162'39K2'29k!'39i62'39I6!'!9k2'3:'!':!'2 Four IIIIIIIII-cd Twenty-seven F 'A In lf- 1' A M 4-' a i 5 I 5 'E E: '75"lL Yujf X 1 , f v I H rl P ll .. I l e --.-.-il.. HSCHNITZH SCIIMHEDINC USES A CRIB OCCASIONALLY ae sc Bright lizmatks nt a jfelu Qmhitd " Smallpox in cattle is limited to the female cow."-Curtiss. A " The ilosc of Pnregoric is brtwzfm 6 and 7 drops."-Buckley. U Alcohol is the greatest thing uhsorhcil in the stomach.H--Pendill. sc ae l 24El-524B43EKG!5-K2-I5142491624EK2492639K3EK3H6245163EK2-IH62-2364SWE!-29K24H53EESH424H6245-K35'K2'25l4!'25K!'29K2'25K2'2?l6!'39l6!'2 255 Q0 CO i6 53 Co Co SZ '-: :-' MLLE. STALLW OOD fo o'o gk? Qlxpetlenteh Glnnflhante gi 0,2 0,0 HOURS: 8-10 Week Nightsg 8-9:30 Sundays is CAN BE SISTER ON DEMAND gig gf z-z 3526:-:ae:-zye:-:va:-zaf:-zsiez-:axes-zsees:mesie:-zelf:-asses-:amzsie:-:was-:azz-:asf:-asses:ales.:sie:-:are:-:sues-:sae:-:sie:':a:e:-zezeemez-:sues-zeieif Four llunrlrcd Twenty-eight 3X3XSXSXSXSXSXSXQXGXSXSXSXSXSXXQXSXSXSXGXSXSXSXSXSXSYSXSXSX3 is FAR 0,0 COES Sc Y OUNG COMPAN Y Q x allege bbnes X ....-............. H 0,9 :Q 223 20 School St., Boston 613 Harvard Square, Cambmdge, Mass. 25 OO EXSX3X3XSXSXSXSXSXSXSXSXSX3XSKKSX3X3X3X3m3X3XWX3X3M3k3X3WSWS 3 axamaxaxsxamaxsxsxsxaxsxaxa smamaxsRsxaxwxamaxamamamxmamw Ek X R R 3 v a 3 axe , M at H6 BK '-2 Th odern Home 2-2 2-2 B ENTLEY 2-: e are 252 exe EE is equipped -with gig 86 S L E A GAS RANGE, A GAs WATER Eg gg HEATER, A GAS LAUNDRY gig gg gg 0,0 Q , 4,0 03 og sg STOVE, RLFLEEX HOME LIGHTS gig gg grutzrg gg :-: of, ELECT RIC LIGHT, AN :-: g.: ELECTRIC IRON, AN ELECTRIC 3.3 TOASTER, AN ELECTRIC ROBERT E. BENTLEY X COFFEE PERCOLATOR- X X DE FOREST SETTLE X 3 3 3 R 50 O Q0 ' Zi We Sell Them 25 8 BK 9 2" 22 233 W F 3 253 IS YOUR HOME p 253 gag 9 to . ayette Street ggi ' 0' 90 00 E Q U I P P E D ' gg at 120,122,124 Walton street gg 9'o 04 95 Jo R R X R gg If Nat Lei Us SHOW You 3 .0 0,9 R: 03 X X X X Q s 3 3 EESYRACUSESEE SYRACUSE, LIGHTING Co. N. Y. QE we BK SX3X3XSXWMSMWXSXSXSXSXSXWMSMS nmaxsmsmsxamaxamsxamaxaxaxamk QRwmsmsxsR3R3RsRam3mamamamsRammsRamaRsxsmamaxwxsxaxsmaxaxaxs 3 E BRIDGE ac GOLDMAN 3 S Student Tailors 32 if 424 West Avenue, ROCHESTER, N. Y. Cltleaning anim Rressing a Sapecialtp 5591439K2'39K!'39l63953495936SEK2'39lQ3'39K2'39K3'39K3'35l63'3HQ3'35l9K3954249143456SEK3H63EKSEK345K3'35K!'39IQ!'39E2'29K!'3?li!'I5m'i?E Four Hundred Twcllty-nine fi S 5 i Extracts From the "Da Ville Gazette". 1 if Z 4 ' 1 Personals 5 5 ' fkffla ' 'Ili at U li ca We are sorry to lose from our midst Mr. lfarl Tucker, our talented actor, who is now playing the mop in a laundry scene " Nellie the Handsome Laundry Girl." 55 36 Miss Helen Neal recited " The Curfew Shall Not Ring To-night" and " The l3arber's Revenge," before an enthusiastic audience in Melodian Hall, Thursday last. . 35 if Miss Nellie Bushnell Was awarded the pink album on exhibition at Beckley's cut rate store, for being the most popular young lady in Dayville. K X Among those present at the annua sociable of the Sunbeam Club last Thurs tai: Nl Fo H se Co rooms, prizes were won by ' Marcella 1 os . iss lidith Ford and Miss sbinder. 35 bl t'onl All be sure and turn out flms to Attenl . " ' ' n" to-night, 1 to be c the " lheatoruu run: Recent strike on Ladies, label stickers Governors 'ly lllustr rted song 'md d inte by our noted md dlnceuse Neil nd popullr baritone Union. - : D. at Syracuse. . z : . 2 ' '1 2 . ' z z l J. Crammer. X 35 If it doesn't rain Tuesday next, H Slim " balloon ascension at Crawford will make a . . ' ' shine if the 1 I1 P M were: ' Thurston, c.y . . Gents: Hank, Milford, S1 Will liessant, Mose Miller, Alec Mui roe, and Rube Probst. Ladies: Nel Neal, Mamie Gardn Lizzie lillenberger, Mag. Cook, Ad Potteiger, and Lil Connoughety. ' ' ts were tastefu Light refrcshmtn served. X 35 Leon Cochrane, Dayville's promu auctioneer, will have charge of the of " Doc " Bostics farm goods. All f ' 'k and one implements, live stoc , -' 1 1 ' l 'll P n re must we so 1. pedigree d mo g ved at noon. men Sal whi 1- er, ele lly arl t ape the Fair Grounds, rain or weather permits. BC 35 Samuel Darby will lead the Christian l , M. Subject is Endeavor next Sunday l . ' ' to all brethren, one of extreme interest ' ' ' ce talk for boys. DC SC Mr. Raymond Tucker impre.. . . ' l'z Hall last Week audience at Melotim P M by an impersonation of l Wednesday . . the "Thrilling Adventures of Broncio Charlie." 35 36 being a tempcran ssed '1 large f ' 'nted driver l k h lS been appoi e n Azzel C ar 2: of the town water wagon for the ensuing C year. H35 BC r A charming salesman, Miss Maggie l Triangle Drug bag lunch will be ser be X Lux, is located at tie . 7 At a meeting of the Iopaz Cluster Store, this week, demonstrating blond hair P. M. at the Foun- restorer, o Club Saturday n li td Thirty Pedr Four llu 4'- 35916249K2'2H53'296245-K39l'52'39l62'!H635463?l62'29l62-2N624?l6!'25l6Z'2?'l9l6!'2?l6!-39lG2'2N639i'42'2?l52-Elf!-2?l6!'2EES?K!'!5l6!'35l5!'2?l6!'2a'62'25l- You can safely rely upon a heatlng equip- EK n ment that has furnlshed 200,000 homes Wlth adequate, healthful, econ om 1 cal H6 1 heat during the past 35 years. EEE That is the record of Pierce be, can be made comforta- EBE Boilers and Radiators which ble with the least trouble and gig today offera perfect applica- Wh Cost by means of a Pierce iff tion of steam or hot water to H t System-properly installed. Eg theproblem of homeheating. e a AI P 4 t I I. V' H gig Every heating condition is fgl' y0ul' ' "mn "" li" HM' gig successfully covered in the House? Send for it and read it. It I-I Pierce line of boilers. Any contains information th at if house, no matter how it is fh:'2f'fQgZf?f5:1',3 everyone should know before if built, what it is built of, mgumwuzailbf deciding upon heating equip- flg where it is located, or what e i l'l1Cl'lt. lVIailed free to all EE its size or arrangement may ' ' who are interested. E PIERCE, BUTLER LSC PIERCE MFG. CO. E sYRAcUsE,N.Y. 2'39K!'39E!'39l62'39l6!'39l62'39l6!'39l69295?2'39l6!'29l62'Z9.'6!'39l6!'29l63'29l6!'3El6l63516249-K!'!9l635l6!'29l62'!5K3?l62'3?l5!'29l6!'39l6!'3?l6!'2?-K!'25l6Z'2?m'Q2'2 2-Eli!-39-l5!'!?l62'!H439l62'3?l42-963?lG!'2?F!'2?l62-Z?l6!'2El62'3H6529163?l9f62'2P263EKGEK!-351624Eli!-2X3X3E4635K!'3a"5!'2?l6!'25l6!'35l69!?l6!'2 Oo 2.3 SMITH 81 HOLMES 3 , , 24 QEnIargements,1Lantern Salnhes, Qlfummerual iBbutugrapbs ,., s'o gg Official Photographers for the University Athletic Association ig Note the photographs over our name in the ONONDAGAN 3 3 116WestWash1ngton St., SYRACUSE, N.Y. Elf W 39K35lQ3'39l63'39lQ39K3'3a53'39l63'35l62'39K3'39lQ!'39l6!'35liSEKSEK!'39l9lQ3'3HI9li39539K39l6!'3a'f2'3?'li35?3'39i'Q!'39l52'25K3'25.'i3'3?l63555? g?K!'39l53'35l42'3El?3X3EES95424?4!'3?l62'3?lG2'3?'r52'2?l52'39l42'35l5g2 gEE5l5"2?'l63?l6!'2?f5!'35'l'535l52'39l5!'3?l5!'3?l6!'3?l6!'29l5!'2?l52'2?l635l62'3 - :-: z-f iii if Mrs. J. C. Winter :ss 392110 49 5, CO OO .,, if Mrlrll1f114'f111'fr' ami dealer in if 5 R E QE if HYGIENIC To1LET PREPAR- va ' HAIR GOODS 'v' 'P "3 5.3 NUONS 'E FINE y u as as LA UND R Y 252 Specialist in Sralp and Skin lJ1J'6'd.fL'.1' Qlf gli X .-. f- ' . :-' gl? Shnmpooing, Hair Dressing and Chiropndy gg if COR' WARREN sl WA PER STS' iff gig 102 Mamsou STREET, Svlucuss, N. Y. For Sgzalily and Prompt Serfuia 559539K3'39l6!'29l62'35l62'29lQ!'39l6!'3?lQ39K2'39l43'35lf!'39K3'3?l5!'3?l6!'3 2'35K!'39K39K3?'l'52'39l639l6!'35l6!'39l62'29l6!'29l62'35l5!'35'l62'3?l-?!'35l5S Four llundrcd Tl iirty-one E F Extracts from The 'Dayville Gazette F 9 t , . , 3 . . ..,, ,,, r Elsewhere Wlll Sue for L1bel College Notes Steve Huestis Righteously Indignant ' I A ' at Loss of Reputation Q A Football is played at Cornell. '---'- 'W- Steve Huestis, one of our well known math for the K SC SC Princeton has placed a new b ook in its ' ll library. 35 55 5 C9 Harvard has installe 4 5 5 : E H 9 Q 2: 9 . 1? ,f f I if 1 ' ' fa I' I d a chair for the Art of Crocheting. 35 35 Self-appreciation is one of the tt g S T011 est courses taught at Colgate. 56 35 Yale has a new mummy in the chair of Archaeology. fellow citizens, is on the war 1 I l'beled him to his brother. man wio 1 The story goes that Stevels twin brother Cornellville, started out one evening to look for the S. S. S. Ice Cream Parlor, 1 and on accosting one of the loungcls u front of the Dewdrop Inn and inquiring the whereabouts of said ice cream parlor, was answered by the exclamation-" Oh Lord, pickled againf' M1'. Steve claims that he has always enjoyed the highest respect of his fellow townspeople and will have this matter sifted to the bottom !" A J M 1 sat - -4 Ji - i 'W 'Z , M, 1, ...Mi vii! 'iii v 7 h"' , fill 4 Q- -- ,:..- e - 4 e - - Ti . ,Q- "cU1x" BETWEEN LAW CLASSES ED. SKINNER CHASES THIS Four Hundred Thirty-two 0 X J .dsx EHNQU7 N mga! WM 969554 Z j lWm f"".ffWf W 4 IQ f W, af V f' ' Xi - Q j A lj x -.- , X K ' -47,3 'lj - Jgtlvqn i .4 Nix' 5 9 n W Mn RJ :gl .,f,. !-- +uu1JfJ"v, 1 A r I Z!! ff J .ff f ' If , :fjr.'.:C-iv! 'H ' . ,, In mn, Ghz last Butt as as jfinisi A gout atc all our other jokes, Anal then lwgzm to pung "1 cannot hvlp itf' he softly said, "I am so full of funf' 3 :G +1 , fi 1 . , f 3 f f . f' 1 :fw- vlllw X' f 'Jg1!'!.,,, I Nh X 4, Q , ' ,Aft I 1 llundrud 'll ly tl l Adams Co., U. C. Alexander, S. S. . Alvord, C. H. . Bailey's Book Shop Barber Bros. . Bartels Brewing Co. Bentley 81 Settle . Binning's Orchestra . Blasius 8: Sons . Blodgett, F. H. . Bridge 8: Goldman Brooks Bros. . . Brown 84 Dawson Bruns, Frederick . . Burhans 8: Black Co. . Central City Roofing Co. Clark Engraving Co. . Clark Music Co. . . Coes 8: Young . Conn. Mutual Ins. Co. . Cotrell 8: Leonard Covell Studio . Crouse' Homestead Day Co., W. Ii. . Dinturff Co. . Doust, I. U. . Dowel' . . Du Bois Press . Eaton 8: Mains . Egenhofer, G. W. Ebeling Co., F. C. Elizabeth, Mary . . Empire Laundry . . Empire Teachers' Agency Foote 81 Co., W. Y. . Foster Rubber Co. Fowler, S. T. . Goettle, J. P. . . Grand, The . . . Grant's Sons, Alexander Hopkins Co., The . . Horsman Co., E. I. . Howe, H. J. . . Hudson Bros Humbert's Sons . Huyler's . . lngalls 8: Haskins Jenkins Bros. . joy Co., Edward . june Press, The . Kenyon Lumber Co. Kieffer Bros., . Four llundrt-rl 'l'hirty ll1I1U2f IU -four More 415 375 419 397 417 423 429 383 379 427 429 369 419 409 409 419 421 415 429 423 405 397 397 403 375 387 397 395 379 409 399 403 431 391 379 383 393 401 425 375 397 413 393 413 425 ' 383 367 381 387 407 417 413 Siunertisers McClure Co., R. C. Merriam Co. . - Miller Electric Co. . Millspaugh 8: Green Co Mose, The Broker Munson, F. M. . Northwestern Mutual Co Novelty Shop, The Onondaga, The - Onondaga Taxi Co. Orange Publishing Co. Otto, T. . . - Otto's Restaurant Peters 8: Co., N. . . Pierce, Butler 8: Pierce Provident Life 8: Trust Quinlan, P. R. . Rausch, john F. . Reissig Studio Reynolds 86 Co. . Ryan 8: Sons Ryder Studio Schralft's . . Scott 5: Bowne . Shew, P. N. . . Smith 8: Holmes . Smith, L. C. 8: Bros. Snow, C. W. 8: Co. Spaulding Sz Co. . Stevens Co., J. . Student's Supply Store Syracuse Rubber Co. Syracuse Lighting Co. Syracuse Steel Plate Engraving Co. . Syracuse Storage Battery Co. . Syracuse Supply Co. Syracuse Trunk Works Syracuse University Trahan Co., G. A. Trust 8: Deposit Co. Underwood Typewriter University Orchestra Vanderbilt, The . Varney Art Store . Walker Drug Co. Warner Hotel . Winter, Mrs. J. C. Winter's Studio . Wolcott's Book Shop Wood Glass Co. . Wright, E. A. . Wyoming Seminary Yates Hotel . . C PAGE 367 375 419 383 401 411 423 427 411 425 379 415 371 425 431 417 427 389 405 393 367 377 405 365 401 431 373 369 411 399 389 387 429 415 419 401 379 385 367 377 371 391 409 409 391 391 431 407 369 419 391 393 427 All Hail! Syracuse " . ATHLETICS . . Baseball . Basketball . Crew . . Football . Hockey . Tennis ..... Track ...... Women's Athletic Association . . Butts " ....... L I ASSES Senior . . junior . . . Sophomore . . Freshman . CIASS SOCIETIES . . Beta Delta Beta . . Corpse and Cotlin . Delta Tau .... Devil's Own . Double Seven . Eta Pi Upsilon . . Iota Alpha Mu . . Iota Omega Omicron Iota Tau -... Monx Head . . . Phi Kappa Alpha . Pi Phi Mu .... Senior Dinner Club . Sigma Theta Xi . . Skull and Serpent . Tau Theta Upsilon . Theta Nu Epsilon . Kappa CI UBS AND ASSOCIATIONS . . A. I. E. E ..... Architectural Association . . Biological .... Chemical ..... Classical . . Commons . Connecticut . Consumers' .... Cosmopolitan . . . Deutsche Verein, Der English ..... Forestry ..... French . - Geological . Historical . Illustrators' . 11111122 PAGE 10 59 81 101 71 63 107 106 87 110 357 115 145 185 189 271 288 279 282 277 281 278 283 276 287 280 273 292 275 290 286 27-1- 284 303 312 32-1 313 310 30-1- 318 315 319 328 307 308 314 305 310 306 322 Clubs and Associations- I illlfl-llllfd Mathematical . . . . Modern Women's . Pennsylvania . . . Philosophical . . Prohibition .... Scientific ..... Semetics and Biblical Siwash ...... Snowshoe .... . Southern . Wyoming . DEBATING .... Class Debate Clubs . Debate Union . . . 1Vomen's Debate Club . . Dedication . . . . . . . FACULTY RECORDS Applied Science . Fine Arts . . . Law .... Liberal Arts . Medicine . Teachers . . . . . . . . FRATERNITIIES AND' SORORITIICS Acacia......... Alathea .... Alpha Chi Omega . Alpha Chi Rho . . Alpha Epsilon Iota . Alpha Gamma Delta . Alpha Kappa Kappa . Alpha Phi ..... Alpha Xi Delta . . Beta Theta Pi . Chi Omega . . . Chi Upsilon . . . Delta Chi . . . Delta Delta Delta . Delta Gamma . . . Delta Kappa Epsilon Delta Tau Delta . Delta Ilpsilon . . . Gamma Iita Gamma . Gamma Phi Beta . . Kappa Alpha Theta Kappa Kappa Gamma . . Kappa Sigma . . . Mn Phi Epsilon . . Nu Sigma Nu . Phi Beta Pi . . Phi Delta Phi . , Phi Delta Theta . . Phi Gamma Delta . PACE 309 320 317 311 326 308 306 332 321 330 316 3-I3 345 24+ 348 9 13 311 20 28 13 23 i2 241 266 265 226 267 262 217 2-I5 261 209 266 270 213 255 259 197 239 199 237 247 251 249 231 26-1 211 235 215 207 219 Four llundrcd Thirty-five Fraternities and Sororities- C'm1t1'n111'1l Phi Kappa Psi . Phi Mu Alpha . Pi Beta Phi . . . Pi Lambda Sigma . Psi Upsilon .... . Sigma Alpha Epsilon . . . Sigma Chi ..... . Sigma Kappa . . Sigma Nu .... Sigma Phi Epsilon . Tau Delta Sigma . Theta Alpha . . . Zeta Phi . . . Zeta Psi . Zeta Rho . . Zeta Beta Tau . Fraternity I-Iouses . Frontispiece . . Foreword . Grinds . . . . . . . HONORARY SOCIETIES . . Alpha Tau .... . Alpha Omega Alpha . . Delta Sigma Rho . Phi Beta Kappa . . Pi Delta Epsilon . . . Pi Phi Chi ...... . Sigma Xi Cas a favorj Tau Beta Pi ..... . Theta Beta Phi . . . . In Memoriam . . . . junior Picture Directory . junior Prom . . . . Committee . . . . . . MUSIC AND DRAMATICS Band, University . . . . Women's Glee Club . . 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