Trinity Pawling School - Scroll Yearbook (Pawling, NY)

 - Class of 1912

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i 3 s , I L TIFFANY FI Co, JEWELRY, WATCHES, RINGS, FOBS, EIVIBLEM PINS, TROPHIES, SILVER CUPS, NOTE PAPERS WITH IVIONOGRAMS IN COLOR, INVITATIONS TO COIVIIVIENCEMENT AND CLASS'DAY EXERCISES MENUS,AND DIES FOR STAMPING CORPORATE AND FRATERNITY SEALS PURCHASES CAN BE MADE OF TIFFANY 8: CQ EITHER IN PERSON OR BY MAIL F FFFF1 AVENUE fc 37 TU STREET N EW YORK PRINTED AND ARRANGED BY THE CHAS. L. WILLARD CO- 166FIFTHAVE..NEWYORKClTY y--W --- -W - - -- 4 . ' ., .1.4,,,...-......-. .-. , - ,, Y 1 - X , ::,Ajr . ,,,, , w N.:f.'. , " 4 .iv "W .N -3. 1,7 .- 112' 3' ,f ,M . 7' "nf: ,.+, , ..51' Zin behalf of i9atnling School the Qlllass of 1912 affectionatelp oeoicate this holuine Zito the jllllemorp of jllilrs. jllllarp Eane jllilunsill tnhose affection for the ichool ano confioence in the heao master, facultp, ano hops, were an inspiration to higher ioeals. i 6 J QHZZM - 1'7" ""'--"!.L -I 4."'-.',!' 15925: ".- L I", I '-',' j 'P ,521-' F Bresihent of the Baath uf Trustees nf iBatnIing Svcbnul mhz Bt. Bch. Zbabih Zlaummell Greer, EJB., IIB. w Zin the preparatiun of this number ni the Svrrull, the ehitnrs hahe enbeaboreh, tu the best ut their ability, tu present to the members ni the srhuul anh its frienhs some: thing that shall serbe as a reminher of their affection for their first Qllma Mater, anb nf the happp taps spent beneath her roof. S ti rtsiii i iiitt s 1 f 1' ' ff i f l Tee Qlma Mater Cll'if!1 apologies to B1'0'zt'l1 U111'-z'c'1'.vz'fyj Alma mater, we hail thee with loyal devotion, And bring to thine altar our ollf'ring of praise: Our hearts swell within us with joyful emotion, XVhen .l'awling's renown in loud Chorus we raise. The happiest moments of youth's fleeting hours XVe've passed 'neath the shade of these time-honored walls And sorrows as transient as .-Xpril's brief showers Have elouded the glory of l'awling's dear halls. And when life's golden autumn with winter is blending, And brows. now so radiant, are furrowed with eareg lVhen the blightings of age on our heads are descending. XVith no early friends all our sorrows to share- Ohl then as in memory backward we wander, And roam the long vista of past years adown, On the scenes of our student life often we'll ponder, And smile as we murmur old l"awling's renown. 9 4 A 7 7 Q X IT f-r-Q-mx J AJ I" .X A .- , , X., 1 ,gf ff X if 0 ' H 1 , 2 - " Q. x 49: K+ 754 1 ' .1 ' Q- -:-.:sQ,,:7'f- ' A ' f , xy f hf. Tx . QWQ gf I 5, , L+ 5'1" ' I if . - f nn.,u-----If ---. ll 4. nf- " ' N - 1NNEL2vff'W' - .-M- , , g4.n. N4 QT' xl .X 65:-A :BLSNJ N -f' -."Ts,,L- . lfF.,,2+.:.x I. fl x2 ' ' Nite. AL MAL, Fax 7'of?-mf dyfff' 30514455 A746 6:7 fj 07016 776aE77C 2717017 G 350,020 ' 4f7Af'fc Z2-ITOR - QZ14, Fdfroq i 1 Fix fog ' . f-.JITOR C6 1577! yfspcfyrzsfaffvfq Z 57-9500ff7'f4 Zlffrvq FACULTY M lSlCl', Dclawzlrc ,fXczLcle1uy, Dclhi. N. Y.. . .. Pmlcipal, Oxford .'XC2lilCIl15', Oxford, X. Y.. .. SQ ...jr GV J M f Q uf 2.32. U ,nl I! Z HM, , 3, lr qi Lw6f2q?w! yuh i, hu W . if 1 6 In 5'1'l,y Im"f"' H X' Q . ,f V fljfx wx. :Wm . 'Q 115 hu' r I fr RTEIIIIQ-. XM. f'fl"llU IMA . J nt, l Zllbe Jfacultp I I E.-XID M .-XSTER FR1ilJIiRlLfK l.UTllliR CARI.-Xilli, XXI., lJ.C.l.. ......JSS'2 acl Master, St. l.'2llll.5 School. fiarmlen City, X. Y.. . .... ISSJ!!- Xl.-XSTICRS . EDXVARD GIQIDLIQY KIiXD.fXI.l., .X.I1.. I'I'-IQD. ' H ixtorhy Xl xster. St. Pz1ul's Sclnml, ClJl'lCfJl'fl, N. H ..... .... I S98- Xmster, IIzu's1m111 School, Norwalk, Conn ..... .... A 1902- l"lStC1'. St. l'zu1l's School. Liarclcn City, N. Y ......... .... ' 153033- IICJRQXCIC ICIEICN IIICNDICRSON, .-X.l1. Ellgflkfl incipal, Cirzunmar Sclwol, Hath. Mc .... ..... I Si!! Ulster. lligh Sclmul. Hath. Me ............ ..... 1 SSI Principal, High School, Whitmzm, Mass ...... ..... I S83- Uistcr. Sl. l':u1l's School. Garden City, N. Y. .. ..... 18953- 13 .....lSSn- -1885 18923 1907 UND? 1903 1907 'ISS1 Ihbn 18573 1907 lflffff f ll -' ' '-'f ""- f j " gif .,1' if 1,"1 .:"' 5 t3.7gif?1l Ii J ' l,li Master, Master, Master, Master, Master, Master, Master, GEORGE WILLIAM ANDERSON, A.B. La-tin St. Panl's School, Garden City, N. Y .......... .,.. 1 904-1907 ROLAND JAY BUNTER, A.B. Greek and German St. Pauls School, Garden City, N. Y ............... 1904-1907 JAMES MONlTAGUE ELLIOTT, A.B. Ma-tlwllzatics North Division High School, Chicago, Ill. ..... ...,. 1 S9-ll-1905 St. Paul's School, Garden City, N. Y ......... .... 1 905-1907 JOHN ROBERT PUTNAM FRENCH, A.B., A.M. Science High School, Danvcrs, Mass ............. .... 1 904-1906 Morristown School, Morristown, N. J ....... .... 1 .907-1910 JOHN NICHOLS, AJS., A.M. French and German Morristown School, Morristown, N. J .............. 1904-1910 THOMAS ALBERT DXVIGHT JONES, PILB. Science and Physical Director x 14 in ., KEN? ff .,2' Q "" --IZ i.A': Qyggxs -.:'-a :1 4--.r ggi " li REV. WILLIAM HENRY MELDRUM, A.B., B.D. Chaplain GEORGE RAY HARE, MD. School Oculist 15 PREFECTS Wmlrg iii. GDM, Eh Lbminry 01. Brzwlra illrrh Il. Strrliug iizdutrzxh Qbliun' 113. illgmau Zlamru GE. imark 5 THE 1912 lfllmflfllj UR QROLL E l ,'E'..fl--U " 4g,gf.j-gef!.g1,f...'-.gig-5.5 gg-.1g.j',.fg-Q55Q-.4-j,qzgggi, " E-p kg ,-', filass QBffi:ers WESLEY M. OLER, JR. .. SIXTH FORM ..................................P4'6S'idC'7'l! Vice-Prcsidmz! and Tl'C'0SlH'0l' C. SEARLES REED ....... .............. OLIVER B. LYMAN .... .................... S vvrvtary FIFTH FORM T. FRED G0LDsMITH ..................... .............. P residmzt CLINTON R. BLACK, JR ....... ............. XNILLIAM S. VON BERNUTH .................. Sc'crvtfzry FOURTH FORM Virf'-President and Trcas1u'cr XOXN TUYL SMWH, CLARENCE M. SANIJERSON ........ ..... . .President PTAROLD O. SI.o.xN. . . . .. Vivo-P1-csizivlzf WILLIAM F. CASSEDV, .IR .................... .S'ccrvtm-y and Treasurer THIRD FORM ITOWLAN IJ W. S1-1 HRM .x N .................. .............. P 1'es'z'dr11t RQLLO G. JERMYN, JR ...... Virc'-Prcsidmzt PHILIP Y. G. CARTER .... .... S t'l'I'CffIl'j' mm' Trvasurvr 5 IS 4 .1 in ,I ff k gs ?'a x' . ., ffxx . N 4 Q-, W A ff ,U W E ! NX W 59 W I ,,, ,-1045 , A 1' M14 WWW . f . G .13 F 'ff w'f'7f i?W, .qv I 4 1 wx! 4L:.,,gr- 5 f QR A L W. Q' WI' Ulla 1 ' ' U ' 2 ' X ,f .4 fag, fl 'if f fm-,r ,.s,, i n . ,, N . Qggf,-2-sywf my .Q 4? 5 uf: mmkl Z f f Q ! 5 A X I .110 Q A? I 1 . s if ', I n . 5 A J ' W W' , ' X v id ' . I sf f 3 Ne" ' I Q ,f. ml ' ' ' 9' 3 - rfxy Li' A , fa fd .51 3 -ve,,w L -if- N '-V WI? l 5 X- if X I 'H 5 , x ' F' Xp' f , '- ' Q X :V 'ri 2, fn . Qixtb jfurm SIXTII FORM l'. ll. O. .XRMSTRONG Crafton, Pu. Entrrrh Ulyirh Zllurm III l"w'm-l':uvliug Club. IV l7Ul'Hl-l'!lWllllg Club, lf' Fnrul-.Xss't KlIllHlgl'l' of Ilou- kcy 'I'u:uu. l'nu'liug Vlull. l'l l"m'nr-Muuzlgcr of ll 0 c lc c y Qi 'II-mu, C'llL'k'l'll1fI Stuff. Q Sl. Alolufs Society. ,. Spcmls most of his linu- Lll'l'Zlllgll1g' the lmckcy Age 17 sclxcrlulv. H ,, H Amhition-I'iltsluu'gl1 mil- LHUD linnairc. XVill Return to School. llCSlll1y'-l"fl"HlCl'- ll' l"m'm-Rlhlgct Foot l'l l"1ll'lH'-"'SCC0l'lIl llnc' llispnsitiuu-Sunny. Entrrrh Zllnm ily Zllurm lnull lczuu. I I UI lll15L'C0llll lluc- lccy 'l' L' ll lll , l'.1u Img Klub. nwml L lu-v 'I' c I1 ul. L la-y T c ll 111 . 'il lolufe Su Lrwty. 5 PI.-Dl'.l,K.K QPRU xNClfHx1I4Ey Spumls must of his lime p1'utlliug'. X ' 4 X 'Chgmpw 4 HI An1l1itiunk'l'u ln- like lluwcloill. NIM HQ ' llcsliny--Szllcsumzm at Tuck Slum. HITKEDU NYill Enter Yale Slncll. I llspositiml 21 'I'rivi:1l, WILFRIQD STUART l!ASTlNE Ridgewood, N. J. Age IS "lifts" W'ill Enter Yale. JAMES CUNARD BLACK New York Age 20 "JIM" Will Enter Phila. Textile School. Entrrrh Zlliftly Zlinrm V Form-Pnwling Club, VI -Form-3rd Football iiutrrrh Zlliftlp Zllurm V 1'wUl'Ill VI l'wU7'Hl -lfawling Club, Fifth vvlfnntball Team, St. Riding Club, Gun Club, Al- ternate for X' lform llebntu. Bird llasuball 'l' c Il in , llost lu x I1 ni i n l'1'cnch. Team. Klan- agcr ilrd linut- ball 'l' c a nl . Propurty Mgr. I of Ilrainatic I Assn., Riding Club, Boxing V Club, Cottagcr, Cottage Ilnc- kcy Team, St. ,l0bn's So- A cicty. Spcnds most. of his time running a second-band clothing Store. Ambition-'l'o steal a good pair of galoshcs. Destiny-Penitentiary. IDisnosition-Grasping. - I'tn'm lbcbatu, llrn- matic Club, :End llnc- kcy Twain, 2nd Ilasc- hall Team, Football 'I'can1. jnlnfs Society. Dra- matic Club, Sargcnnt- at-Arnls of Sunatu liastui' 'll-rm, Clmir- man M i d-NV i n L e r D a n c c Cmnmittcc. Prcfcct of Cottage, XI a n a g c r llawling Handbook. Spcncls most of his time eating. Ambition-Social Light. lk-stiny-Butler. Disposition--Lovcsick. x 22 Entrrrh , Zllnurtly Zllnrm V Form-Pnwling Club, M at n d o l i n C l u lm , Ura- matic Club. VI Farm-St. john's So- ciety, Manilo- lin Club, Dra- D r nniatic Club. RAYMOND WINTIIROP IROWDOIN New York City Age 16 "RAY" Will Return to School. i 1'-tel I Y' Entrrrh Zllifth Zllurm Gun Club. cicty, G u n Club, Mgr. Gun Temn. WILLIAM. 'I'l'IAYliR BROWN, JR. East Orange, N. J. Age 16 HBILLH Will Return to School. 23 V Form-Pnwling Club, VI Form-St. Iohn's So- Spcncls most of his time trying to be witty. Ambition-Ilnsn't any. Destiny-Sulnvzty Guard. IDisposition--Devilish. Spcmls most of his time eating at the Tuck Shop. Jxl'IliJlli0l'l-'FU .eat more chocolate ff nuts than Mnlbuxn. llcstiny-Salesman at Spalrling's. Disposition-Mild. FRANCIS IIAYLIICS DEAN Flushing. I.. I. Age 17 "lfR,xNc'E" WVill Return tn Seluml. G. C.XRI.'l'ON FANCIIIER XVbitc Plains, N. Y. Age 18 UFANCIIH XYill lintcr NVilliauus. HI ll' I l"'ll iintrrrh Ellpirh lllurm I l'un'm-- Furiii-1':uvliug Club. 'fwur IIZIWIIIUIQ Llub, l X I' 0 r in , ll c C lzuuntiou Prize. Y l"u1'1u Ik'- llulv. li I L' u L' l u b , llrzx- umtiu C'lub. Pmvliug Club, Bud Ilockuy 'Il-zuu. "arm-Qml lfoutlmll 'lk-ani, Misl- Wiuter llaueu C ci in ui i ttec. Secretary of tln- Senate. linster Term, Musical Club. St. Jnliu'S Su- cicty, lloxing C l u b , Cot- tuger. Senior Hall Cmumit- tcc. iiutrrrh Zlliftly Zllurm ffuvu-1'nwli11g Club, I' b 0 L n i vc Ilonrml, 'I'r:u'k Team. Fifth l"orm Ik-lmte. llcml lloy of lfnrm. 'IAIVIH-bt. lulm S Sn- ciety, Plmeuix Ilozlrml, Serull llnxuwl. ll V11 - matic Club. 24 ' Xl Spemls mo:-it of his time in LIL velopiug his stomach. Ambition-'1'o reduce it. Ilcstiny-Fat Mau. IIISIIUSIIIUIT-IIIIIIUY. Spcmls most nf bis time wasbin Ambition-To be a great jumper. llcstiuy--Messenger Hoy. lJislwositinu-Studious. l FRIQHICRIC l.UTlll'IR G.X1X1.'XGli, JR. Pnwling, N. Y. Age Ni "FR11'z" XVill Enter Yule. RO li ERT ALLYN GOXVDY YVesllicld, Mass. Age 'IU "Gown" lViIl Enter Yale Shell. iiutrrrh Ellyirh Zllnrm I"nrln-Tlernl lloy of the Forni. l' l"u1'm-llezul lloy of School, ll. ll. of Iinrin. l'I I"u1'1n-I' b o e n i x llouril, Pinw- ling Cl nb . Properly Klur. llwnnnlie .Xs- soeilllmai. lfuruz-St, Iolin's So- ciety, lloxing Club, Phoenix llozxrfl, Cnt- tngcr, Stage Mznmger of Drunmlic .Xs- socfiation, Col- lage Football Team. 'l'birml Football 'l'e:nn. -F ' H 'lLlIfI.'1I'l. Sixth Zllurm lfurm--Corrizlor Four bull 'I' e Il in ll n S lc e 1 b ull Sqiuul. Blun- mlolin Club. 25 41. .1,.p.. yay '- Spenrls most of his time bothering' other people. Ambition-'l'o be considered a per- son of importance. Destiny-lluggage Smasher. Disposition-IDestructive. ,dv Spenrls most of bis time playing bin bnnjn. JXnibilion--Business Man. Destiny-Minstrel Man. Disposition-Ilc!-zilziling, IJALTON ANICR GRIFFITII Brewster, N. Y. Age 18 UGRIFFU Will Enter Yale Sheff. WILLIAM HENRY GROSSIUS Cincinnati, Ohio Age 18 -.Blu-N XVill Enter Yale Shelf. iintrrrh Zlluurth Zllurm IV Form-D r a ui a t i c Club, Gun Club, Pawling Club. V FOV'lll-D i' a matic Club, Pawling . Club, Tennis Team. VI Form-ll 1' a in a t i c C l u b , S t , J o li n ' s So- ciety, Substi- tute liasket- Ball Team. - Spends most of his time in ex- pressing liis imagination. Ambition-'I'n Pass English VI. llestiny-Evening Study. Disposition-Queer. iiutrrrh Zllnurtli Zllurm IV Form-2 cl Baseball Team. V Form-2d 'I' e a in . 2 cl Hockey Team, Sargeant - at- A r in s o f llnuse, Hase- ball Team. VI Form-Football Teani, M g r . Track Team, 2d lloc- key T c a ni . Baseball Tezun, Sargeant - at- Arius of Sen- ate. Football Spends most of his time being scien- tifically lazy. Ambition-Railroad Magnate. Destiny-Brakeman. Disposition-Happy. 26 Eutrrrh Sixth Zllnrm V1 Form-St. Jolm's Sn- eiety, Musical Club. liaseball Squad. -IOIIN XV. liROLT'l" Spcncls nm:-ztxof his time trying to New York yi become a pitcher. Age 19 .Xmhiticm-llig League Pitcher. MMCKH llestiny-Sewing covers on base- ' balls. VVill linter Business. J l S'l'lCRl.lNG ll.'XI.5Il'.,Xn Mamaroneek, N. Y. Age 17 "S1'ERl." lVill lintcr Yale. Eutrrrh Eliuurilg Zlinrm ll" Farvl-lleml of Form. V Farm-G 0 I f Tczmt. IJ r amatie Club, Second llaseball Team, llousc Debat- ing 'I' e a m . lleurl of Form. l'l Fawn-Calitaiit Sue- oml Football 'l'eam, Captain Gun T e a m . Six Form Dc- bating Team. Treasurer nf TJ r n matic C' l u h , Sar- g e a ll t - at - .Xrms of Sun- aie Fall 'l'ci'm, Clerk of Sen- ate XV i n t e r Term. 27 lJispnsiticm-Pleasant. Spend:-1 most of his time trying to make -an Varsity Team. .'Xmhitinn--Lawyer. IJcstiuy-.-Xuctiuneer. lDispositicm-Oratnricul. XI.lH2R'l' ll. IIILTON, JR. llackensaek, N. J. Age IS "-X R" XVill Return tu School. ALIHEN KllXllhXl.l. New York Ag!! 19 "lln.1." NVill Enter Princeton. iiutrrrh :Sixth Zllnrm liorlu-St, Jolnfs Sn- eiely. Corri- clor lin:-zketlmll Temn, Senior Hall Coininit- ICC. Zintrrrh Zlliftly Zllnrxu I' I'-0l'III'-SL'L'llllll' Font- bull I u 11111 . Seemtml llou- key 'I' e a in , Track 'll-mn, Horse Show C' o m rn i ttuu. Pznvling Club, l':nneru Club. I"nrm-If o 0 t b in l l 'lsCll.ll'l, Second Hockey 'l'e:nn. St. jolm's So- eiuly, G l e e Club. TIS Spcmls most of his time telling jokes. Ambition-'l'o be Prince Albert. Ilcstiny-Comedian. IDisposition-XYit!y. Synrmls most of bis time rough hous ing. Ambition-'l'o get in College. Destiny-Unknown. Disposition--XYilsl. A 'W M' U. xi!! 1 1 iintrrrh , 1 L Sixth Zliurm 1 ' l"1 Fm-In-Coi'riclor Foot- Q H hall 'I' c :L nl. ,J W i Cm'ridor HHS- V, 'Ay E kc! lmll 'I'ean1. vi " g lemmg cum. fi n I ,Q wiiij: ' Hifi i i M-Vl"l'iIlfXV J. LOORAXI, Spend? most of his tinic planning New Rochelle, N. Y. P3""CS' Age 19 .Xllilgilsifriimxmrcllmlccoxiic one of thc Will Yule. I'?S'h'?'T'R""""'?"' Ihspusitmn--Inrlisposcd. ' ' iinirrrh Zlinurtly Zlinrm II' Form-Golf Team, Pziwling Vinh, Friurtli Fnrin Prize Speaking. lf' lfnruz-C':npt:iiii nnrl Manager Gulf Tcmn. Pawling Vinh, Phoenix llonrll, 'l'rc:isin'cr uf I lunsu fWinle1' Tcrmh. 'I l"w'm-l'if,-fcvt, l'nnLain nm Xlt1n:1"' . 'l'u:nn, Phoenix I!n:mI. Suroll Ihiaiiwi, St. .iUill1'S Sncin-ty, Svc- rutnry :mal 'I'ruzisnrur ' of Class. OLIVER ll. LYMAN Spcnlrlls most of his time playing livzuistuii, Ill. go ' Ame In .Xnihitiion-'l'0 bc Il husk. ..OU-'E-, llisligi!-l.ix'irig skclitun in a W'l 5 -' ': - .' ' . ff .. il 'mu N 'lc Shen' IDisposition-Ixinfl. 29 XRTllUR M. RITLIEURN Ilavcrstruw, N. Y. Age IS XYilI ".XR1"' Return tu Sclmnl. W ESI. l.ai liY M. OLIER, Ja. 'Clnnnnt, N. Y. .Xge Ill! "Was" Will linter Yale. Entrreh Zlliftlp Zllurm V l"arm--liaseball Team, Pawling Club. l'l l"nrm-llaselmall Team. Secretary antl Treasurer nf Athletic Asso- ciation. S t. jnlin's Society, Clerk of Sen- a t e XVinter Term. Scroll lluartl, Cot- tager, llnxing Club, lftlitor of Pauling llantl llonk. ilintrrrh Gihirh Zllnrm Ill -'r- -k "- Form 1 V Form V Form VI Form lac feam. Pawling Su- e i e t y , Gun Club. -Track Team, Pawling Sn- ciety, llnsi- ncss Manager D r a matic Club, Treas- urer ll 0 us e liaster Term. Musical Club. llasketball 'l' e a m, Golf Tezmi. Scroll lloai tl. -Captain Track leam, X ice- Presitlent of Class, Football Team, llasket- ball Team. Golf Team, Pline- nix ll 0 a r tl, Scroll lloartl. Musical Club. Pawlint: Sn- eiety. Speaker llnuse Christ- mas 'l" e rm . Presirlent llra- matic C l u b. Nliil - ll'inter llanee Com- mittee, Captain llnuse Debat- ing Team. -Senior Pre- fect. Presiclent of Glass. 1're-a- itlent of St. Jlllllllbl Socie- ty, l'resitlent ll ra matic Club. Captain Track Team. Business Man- ager uf Sernll. P li n e n i X llnartl. G nl f T e am, Xliil- NVinter Ilaree C 0 in m i ttee, Musical Club Senior ll a ll Committee. 30 Spends most of his time defending the Giants. Ambition-'l'o make Ilaverstraw famous. Destiny-llaseball Scout. llispusitim:-Fiery. .,-. t V, ...gyifism L. ,, . 'M--if ..-la .-...QL-: - .- t-4 Q 911-f'fl'7f". Q3 .1 at-1,4 '31 -, .L'.-fi. T I , i'-:a f ' " " "'-Si-' 'T'--11' , , ' "7rg vl -,.1, t.-agp' 1, pg W lffgifxxaf' .. .ward '."5"f'.. .,g F,-IZrn"'r ,,.,55.,. 3, ., A ,fv5.,:1,.,.,,y. 1 M.- .' -'lz ., -, ' . "-11.1-1 'T' Spentls mes: ot' bis time helping others. Anibitinn---'I'u nzake Olympic Team. llestiny-Ifreiglit jumper. llispositiui -l.nyal. 1 Enterrh Ellptrh Zllurm IV Form-Sccouml Football 'l'cmu. Puwling Club, Second linskctbnll 'l'4::un. V Furm-Sccoml lfnotlmll Temn, Assistzmt Xlau:u.:cr Foot- ball Tuxuu. 'll-uuis Tczuu l'uwli11g Club. . l'l Form-Rlnuugcr lfuolbzxll Team, Football 'll-:uu . Socmul llnskctbnll 'II-nm. St. jobu's S-wcicty. '11-unix 'll-am. lUllN ill-llyllllx URN Spcmls most of his time llnbylou, l.. I. Illlllllllllg- ,Xgg IS .-Xmhition - llzuulsomc .WACKH Clmppy. ' llestiny-llallroom lloy. ill lilllCl' Yule Shell' llispusition-Cheerful. ,milf Euterrh l' Farm-l :uvliug C . Zlliftl Zllmn , l' 1 lub Furry:-St. .lnl1u's Su- fi ,V "P vin-ty. 'l'l1ir4l lfnutlmll 'IX-zun. lluxlug Club. . , Spcmls must of his timc rcmliug lJ.X,X Ill 1'- Va-I-ll l cheap hunting slnrics. Imlllmolc' ' ll' .Xmbitinn-v'l'u In-come I1 umrksmnu. 'lgc ls llcsliuy-Sllnuliug gzlllcry buss. " I JEAN' XXIII lznlcr l luflncss. lllslmsitiou--lixplusivc. 31 I.lES'l'lZR PO'I'TliR New York Age IH ULES.. ill Enter Yule Sheti. -.. .. ,-. L. Sl'..XRl.l'.S lxlulull, xvilillllllll, Mass. Age IT UXIICKIEYH ill linter ll:n'varel X iiutrrril Sixth Ellnrm '.tIl"Il-St. ,iuhn's So- ciety, Corri- dor Football 'l'eam. Zinn-rrh Ulpirh Zllnrm ' Ill l7llI'lIl -llezul Iloy of Form, Secre- lnryun4l'l'rez1s- nrei' of Class. l"lll'IIl-PlHViil'lg Club, Secretary and 'l'rL'asLn'er of Class, Seeonil Iluseball Team, Phoenix Iloaril. l"na'm-Pnwling Cluh, Furm- Seeretury :intl 'I'rensurer of Class, Ilziselmll 'I't-am, Phoe- nix li 0 xi r cl Scroll llnnril, Seeonil Foot- hull 'I' 021111 . Second Hoe- key 'l' e :i m Asst. Klzumger ot' llrtskethzill. L'lcrk of Con- gress Xmas 'l'erm. Sneaker of CTonf.:ress Iinster Term. l'refect. Yice- Presiclent of Class, L':tntain linselmll Team, Fnolbilli TCIIIII. Manager Has- ketlmll 'I'enm. Yiee-l'resimIei1t of St. .Iohn's Soeicty, Presi- rlc-nt of .Nth- letie Associa- tion, I'1'esiile11t ol' Senate liais- ter 'I' e r in . Vresizlent of lloxing lwlulm. liflitor - in - Vhicfof Scroll, l'hoenixl!onr1i. Mid - XVintvr llnnce Com- mittee, Vice- Prcsirlent 0 f ll r a matic Clnh. 32 i -'fi S I A-I ., Spenrls most of his time in his room. .Xinbiticm--To slip something over on Mr. ll. Destiny-New York Snort. Ilisposition-Quiet. Spenrls most of his time learning scientilie bnselmll. Ambition-Scemnl hase on lloston Amerirzms. Destiny-lint Carrier. llisnnsitinn-llrighf. l'lAROl.lJ RlC'Kli'l'T Millbrook, N, Y, ,Xgc 15 "RICK" XYill lintur llarvnrrl. R.Xl.I'll RllSllMORl'f. Blzminroncck, N. Y. .Xgc IS "Ri'sn" XYill Iintcr Princeton. iiutrrrh Sixth Zllurm form-I5 r n matic Club, Ilmmr R 0 l I , S t . Julnfs Society. 'iiutrrrh Zllifth Zllnrm Tarn:-Sccmul Fum- bull' 'l' c 51111 . Ilnusc Ilvslmt- ing 'l' c zx m . 'l'rnCk Team. Nlnmlnlin :mil Glecl'lul1s , ll r :1 matic Club, Pnwling Club. Ifm'ru--lfooxbnll Tczun. Sucrctnry pf ll r n inning Club, Prvsif 'lent of Scu- :ntu Fall 'Il-rm, I,ll0ClllXllU1ll'll, llnxinq Club. St. ,lnhn's Su- cicty, Iluskul- ball, T cu an ni. L' li :I i rm nn Sfdllltll' ll a ll Voiiiiiiitlcr. 33 Spcnds must of his tiinc translating Grcuk fur Recd, Smith, :mil Ilcan. .Xmbition-'l'u get :ln average .of only U5 per cent in all his studies. Destiny-Greek Professor. lJispnsition-livul lmisturous. Spuiuls uma! uf his timu ilvlmting. ,Xmbition----IJr-balcl'. Destiny-llcbutcr. llispiikitimi-1llcbntincl? C. POWERS SMITH, Watertown, N. Y. Age 17 "C, P." iVill linler Amherst. DONALD MCIJOUGAI. SMITH Elizabeth, N. Age 18 UIJDNN VVill Enter Cornell. iintrrrh Elirftlp Zllnrm l"orm-Phoenix Board, li a s k e t b all Team, Second Baseball Team, Pawling Club, Glee C l tx h , Mandolin Club, Fifth F o r m Qelmate. l VI F0l'lll-i'.lili0l' - in - VI Chief of Phoe- nix, Football Team. Captain of llaikethall 'l'eam, Scroll Board, St. Jnhn's Society, Musical Chili, Treasurer nf Senate Christ- mas T e r m , Cottager. Hase- hall 'l'eum. iintrreh Sixth Zlinrm Farm--St. Iolnfs So- ciety, Mando- lin Cluh, llox- ing Club. 34 Spends most of his time deciding what College to gn to. Ambition-'l'o get Phoenix out on time. Destiny--l'rinter's Devil. Disposition-Love sick. l Spends most of his time playing UD the mandolin. Ambition-'l'o make Mandolin Cluh. Destiny-Organ grinder. Disposition-Retiring. THOMAS CAMPBELL NVOODWARD Mimldlctown, Ohio. Age 530 "TOM" XVill Enter Yale Sheff. VI VI Entrrrh Sixth Zllnrm Form-Track Team. Farm-Traclc Team, Corridor Foot- ball T c a rn Second Hoc key Team. 35 I 1 -it -, V K My Y ,Q Spcnds most of his time picking out an easy schedule. Ambition--To get through life with- out work. Destiny-Tramp. Disposition-Good-natured. Irimfl EQ.-41.4- I 'f. '- , I rr' -'--' 1.'i""i - '1 VA if .", .:" 5 fwifp'g1.fi I' 'yi glial-L 57-:,V1g l,5.-15,55 -,',.: 1..z11?, lg5':2g-373: '51-11353, '..'. 1 Qfg--,1' 3' X.-f,'.1::5.,.,1:1 . SIXTH FORM PERSONALITIES Most populzu'-Rlclcn I Iamlso1nest+D1c.xN Most VCl'SZltIIC-flhlili' Most Oflglllill-'l'.'XYLOR Most likely to SIICCCCCI-II:XI.S'l'E.fXIJ Nlost CllCl'gCllIC-ClI.IER Ifaculty's best fl'ICllKl-lIAI.S'I'IE.XD Most generous-IIERNER, REED I Iappiest-Aims'r1eoNG Ladies' favorite-ll1..xCK Most pious-Srhxmc Most optimistic-'I.',xYLoR Most lOVC-SlCli-IIIALTK Most CCCCl'lU'lC-SIAIJE Meekcst--Sr..xmc NfVincliest-I.uuimm, lLxH.I2x', IIr,.xc'K Iliggest appetite-Ill..xCK lliggest rouglm-lioiisci'-KiMn.x1,I'. Class jew-I3.xs'rrN1-1 First to get 1i1z11'i'iccl-Bmcrc Witticst-'l'.lxx'1'.oR X 36 I lriglitcst-Rui IQIQTT Done most fm' I.,2lXVlII1g'-0I.E1i Ilcst cl1'essecl-IIIEIQNIQR Ilest 1l13.l1llCl'Cll--CJI.IiR R I ost scliolarly-RlcK1f:'l"L' liest atlilete-Ol.12R Social light-lIL.xc'K Iiiggest fL1SSCl'-IILACK Class gl'll'ICl--IFANCIIER Most 1J6SSlllllStlC+GRIFIf Class lJ3.lJy-GAIVIAGE Biggest zlrguei'-I.YM.xN Nerviest--G.'x M AGE Higgest bluiifer-I3l..xc'1: Least IJIOIJS-I.YRI.XN I .aziest-Woomvfum Class I'UllIf-IlAS'l'INE Class tramp-BIQRNER 'a IT 11 Class Ol'2llIOl'-lRUSIIlN'IORIG Class l'Olll1ClCl'-LOORAIXI 3,,,,,,,. Avvquyr.-.1-3'-.v'gL'-..':.v .'.' .,,,, .11,g'.L,,,,,,,if1g. :Lf '.,v"p-43S:'vg'-o-uf.. 1-1, ',j.7 .Q UMW. 3.4. ,a ." 7 ,N .. -Q4 ..wf.: , , ,, " '.'4.'-sf L'f'.' " r,.f3-"2.-,1',,. -,.-q-- H., .1 , 'f",1w,2C 1',"1.gl,1. " ..',, .-,, . g - . .L .v I EXTERIOR OF GYMNASIUBI INTERIOR OF GYMNASIUM I x SXVI M MING POOL mt ' 49 Sfvfrl .4 ' wJ R I -I-4 1 ll' J 5 'HH 5, mfg: 'U' J .711 'Ma lx., 4 1: f-KS 141,31 i 1 ' 1414, 1 '15, 4' Y vi? wx-N. 5521 YN' ,fn r f 1 1 F" CIA F 's -Hu w k J N' 11-I 1 4.-ST Sur eff' f - . I lhe Llass of 15113, whicl1 next year will end its career at lfaw- ling, is proud to be able to contribute f 1' o in i t s talented 1llC1lll3C1'Slll1J to every phase of sthool activities in the past eat lt has been represented in thcni all fiom the football team to tie nifc speakersg and as we look bank upon the record this class has lc behind it we C2l11l1Ut but feel . ' " lived up to a worthy standaid 111 our school life. '01 h o 11 o 1' s in the scholastic lil 111 Llaience jones, Francis Rot- tomc and Robert Chambers. ln athletics pcihaps we are the strongest. ' C,upc', l'latl1 next year's football leader, 1 1 uphold the record of the school, backed w1tl1 mcn of such calibre as Clark- so Donnelley, 'l'. S. Smith, and Von lxC11ll1lll C oldsnnth oui brilliant twirler, will be looked to to biing us many 1llOl'C victories wi 1 his powei ful arm, and "Cupe" lillack will bc at thc icceiving end. Nlai ston the steady wingg Clarkson, at tentci and C ould, at goal, will be a good 110 to build nest ycar's llockey Team .uound xl ---1--l----',, 1 -A 11----.-1-...-...-..-.. w K I p Q1 : 9 1 - 2 T ' J - A 9 N 3 . ' Li J'- ' 1 K .Fl ff' , 14' . ' . C-s- 1' -,cami-ft' A P el- A , I ,,- .-9-.,1...-7, A I 3.2227 Jlilhitngfzivg - A ::1f-'.,:.1.4.:f:f'4 19.4 1, I ' 1. lL",v 1l.""q' .L , ,, ,,.-, ,. if .i6gs,- -1 .. "1'fA?,1,' -wr' 0 "4 , , . -'-1"-"G '11 y . 1' ' efi. Ui",-.1 14-5-1- fa' 'f..1 'rig-1 - - - Ll' l 1 ,',',','i: - '- 4.1. ' ,ff-f . 3 :-'-i"1'QEJ:E!'L fgifrj' - 2 1 .- ' 23' qt. I. ifdflg' I--7,5-1, yd- L ' , . , - B ' .FQ-' - - 'J 1 . -:-+.' .1 -1 ' , . - 3' 1 Q all ' 'X . .5:,"i'1 " 44 ., 1 i --'f--1-1 th 1 I P1 -,A ',,,1.,4 gigs,-',,. .- 'I . 1 11 tif-.1 sf.F.-jffig -"71..!?',5f',: .. . ' As'-::'-' fi: -- .-W: ' , wt. H-2:11:4i1.f5g1,53., 1- - a ' 3.25" :ff-'fPZfG'.ff2P:1!-it: 491.4-'lL1':1 '-"' 1,'.'Q'1Zl"'7' . . at-,Q-11:-. .1 I . -1, 21 .' 1 W1 , 14,3 1 f'!g7g4a'L'Z-5,4 5,4.l'.:4.3,1-. WOI I XVC lllrll x VVII1 plll C l Ly ' . '--,'-:.1.1-- ,Q-'n,.:':-, . 1. ,,l.mf .1 ,f:p.'gg1.f-fl.7g:.' "l-1.1.5 ' 2 - 4 f,2i,,f'5PQ I Qn'15Ti.2:L,ff-. " l .1:ag.g'Q - .1-5g.:11C,q3:gL 1, l.'15J., '1f'iwT'7'sfw'f1' . . -9451: P 144155 7' ".- K 1 - - 1 - ',. T4 u' ' .. w'+11a,. ilf ' ' .,4yQ'.fj .-f,-gk.-. 'ff , 1 '1-:L-j.,f: 1 ,.31,m-:If ' 1 f s - 1 rx.,-": 17'-Lf.'!f'7':'4 ' 1 1 1' W1 - 4552?--:"11. - - v ll h ---,L, . '4lfx,,1g:,..1 . vgyifl ,I3..:.?E,i!51.5 . , , . , itxdlig .5Jff't2'4f5?5-' . I , . .-,f,j,-- 2I'7"y:vfg251 . ll, ' - '-.--'qv M-'U' -11. -' Hifi ,-354:-'fffz ' ' A -' "4G:'.' '..1:'f-Knife. ' ".g. -55.-,'g zu -. . - 1 2 . 'f.g- -1-1'-gin! I , W t.!:5-iqifff ' . T "il .l?Jlii',?f-i'- ' 1 ' ' "i -"5-'fn . . "','5Fififil tl 7 i' ' ' ...wut - .. . 1 1 - - 1 -, . f T ' '-'if-I Q Ar ffgfj iff -'- xp f, 1 ' 1 '.,'.::L:'-A - 1 - : I A . -1 t-' f 1 ' . n 'jf I 1 - t As soual lights, Could, the "Tea- Fighter," Snyder and ul. tfullinan shine with unlimited radiance. lnto the limelight of the stage we contribute Von llernuth, the Barong Depew, the talented actress: and lflall, the living Apollo. ln literary activities we have llepew. the novelistg Redman, the poetg and Snyder, the reporter. flleside the fellows already mentioned, we also call to attention: llis- tcr, the clever inventor: I., l,ooram, the cheerfulg D. Chambers, the cavalier: Andrews, the happy: and C. Cullinan, the vaudeville artist. There are 1na11y more school activities tl1at we are u11able to place in this list for want of space. 'l'hey are so lllillly and so numerous that we could not hnd room for them. In summing up our many contributions to school life, wc think that the class of 151123 is well able to take its place at the head of the school, which will be its position next year and which will be a test of our best abilities and will bring out our linest qualities. 4 0 1- Q -- 1 ii? fb FIFTH FORM JOI I N G. ALLLY ...............,..... ........... .... THOIXIAS S. ANDRIEXVS. ... JOHN IRIELL ............. HORACE C. IIERNER ..... JOIIN HISTIQR ............... CLINTON R. BLACK. JR... VVILEY BLAIR, JR. ....... . FRANCIS IIA'I"I'OIVIIE .... JOHN D. BRIDGE .......... DURNO N. CHAMBERS .... ROBERT A. CHAIVI I3 ERS. .. WILLIAM If. CLARKSON. MARSHALL COLEMAN... CRAIG If. CULLINAN ..... JOIIN H. CULLINAN .... LLOYD II. DALZILLI. ..... JOHN S. DIE LAMATIER... GANSON G. DIEIYIEVV ...... CIIAPIN A. DIQWING ..... TIIORNI2 DONNIELLICY... T. FRIED. GOI'.DSIX'II'I'Il .... LITTLIETON II. I'. GOULIJ Larcllmont, N. Y. ....Ncw York City. ........Nyuck, N. Y. .......Ncw York City. ....RInmaronerk, N. Y. ........Ncw York City. ....VVichitz1 Falls, Texas. . ... ...New York City. .......St. Louis, Mo. . . . . I.ZlI'CII1l1Oll11, N. Y. ....Ncw York City. . .. . . Pittsburgh, Pa. .....Flushim.f, N. Y. Texas. . . . Houston, ....Houston, Texas. ....l3rookIyn, N. Y. ..... I lutlson, N. Y. .......IIuiIz1Io, N, Y, .. . . IQZIIIIIIHIZOO, Mich. . . . . . . . . . .Chicz1go, III. .. . . . Iiztvcrstraw. N, Y. .....Ncw York City. JAIXIES S. GRICIZN, JR. ...... ........ Ii lizzlhvtli, N. J. EDGAR II. GRIIER, JR. ..... .. ......... Elizahvtll, J B. HOIVIIER HALL ............. ..... I 'Ioosick Falls. N. Y. RIPLEY I-IITCHL'OCIi, JR. .... ........ N cw York City. CARL A. JARECIQI ......... ........ , ..... I Eric, Pa. CLARENCE IXI. JONIES .... ........ I Exccllo, Ohio. LUCIEN A. LOORAIXI ...... VVILLIAM C. IVICCORIXIICK HAROI D S. MILLS ........ ROIIERII' D. PIECK, JR ...... BENJAMIN J. RIEDMAN .... ROBERT VV. RIENICK ..... CARL V. SCI-ILAIIT ...... JOHN H. SCIIINIID ....... H. LEYVIS SLADI2, JR..... T. SCHUYLIER SIXIITII ..... JAY DONALD SNYDIER .... LAYVRIENCIC G. SPENCER. ...New Rochelle. N. Y. .... .....VViIIiztmsport, Pa. . . . . Poughkeepsie, N. Y. .. ...Lock Haven. Pa. .....New York City. ....MicItIlctown, Ohio. ....Ncw York City. ...RrookIy11, N. Y. .. .... . . New York City. ...........Gcncv:I, N. Y. ..... . . ..KI:1ri11cr's Hzlrhor, N. Y. ........'I':1rr-ytown. N. Y. WILLIAM S. VON RIERNUTII .... ........ N cw York City. CLAYTON R. VVIZIED ............ ..... N ewhurgh, N. Y. CHARLES T. VVILSON, JR .... ...... I Iuffalo, N. Y. 41 0 sooo ough- FOURTH FORM XVe, the class of 111111, realize that we are not to be considered on the same X., basis with the Fifth and Sixth Forms, but we do feel that, in a small way, we have made some contribution to the School during the past year. The best way in which we can show ourselves worthy of a little consideration is by pointing out the individuals in the class who have proved themselves worthy of comment. ln scholarship: Gardiner, C1riPfen, Griffing, Martin, Cassedy, Sloan, and "Grind" Sanderson have set a good standard. ln athletics: lleelcmau, our tennis crackg De Cernea, our swift sprinter, Marston, our hockey wing and golfer, llcAdam, Upson, and Parker, football men, Russell and Quaintance, for basketball, Sanderson, the human lishg and Pugilist "Steve llroady" lV1cl'.ean. ln the literary line we have two poets, Redman and Sloan, and Grilifen, the Phoenix editor of the Junior Department. Charming llilly Cassedy. handsome Crouse, witty Edgar Ullrieh, and Hed- ley, the fusser, shine with special lustre, as social lights. In manual labor we have llarstow, our little carpenter, who is very clever with his ham- mer and saw. The Ciordons sure are some fishermen, and, when it comes to hunting, no one is in it with l.ott. Courageous Fordyce is the pride of the Riding School and will, undoubtedly, some day be at the head of the 'Mounted Police Force of Iyarelnnont. Boardman spends most of his time collecting stamps. llume Frost, when he isn't walking the cor- ridor, takes photographs of every object in the surrounding country. "Foxey" Turner llilton is Forever attempting to slip something over on the prefect of his corridor. Sheldon is undoubtedly the boon companion of the illustrious llflr. Bailey. Van Tuyl Smith is our tourist, and now exercises himself by climbing the Pyramids. l,ast, but not least, we have Tramp llottome and llrown, the Geneva Thug, the class hoboes. ln conclusion we wish to express our sense of obligation to the Class of 111125. XfVe see what a line standing they have made both in athletics and scholastic work and we desire only that we may be able to uphold their good reputation next year when we are Fifth Formers. N 42 ' 'ga IIITJI IIJIJIJ 'IT' W I THE1912. I,.,g.I.R qriog Q W I 1 -' I '55 '- 33: 3 F.f'i:'i:E.'L': A A IF 712.1".".'."-E47'.".'.'I'-':"- VI if-Ii-'I ,:- L'--' E.z.': pf' .zf. N' 11 ' -'.--11f-'-1'fff- '- H -E '- 115' .' 1 .': - j-ij -- :' I . : 1 1 I yi.: ...g 'iff'-' .- "-'.- '. . . -?!,',- 7 .- -ek. fe-1 - '7. . Z f ,iff I' I 23: " Y L- I':".I41-:I :S-C" -':,.'f-1. 'glgyf gl-Lynx' j.':2'1'I-'1 .- .' A - :1--.' fl- , FOURTH FORM FREDERICK D. RARSTONV. A. LEONARD IIEEKBIAN .... DERICIQ I.. BOARDMAN .... DUDLEY T. BOTTOBIE ..... ,I. HAYWARD IRROVVN ....,. VVILLIAM If. CASSEDY. JR... NVENDELL XV. CLINEDINST REGINALD E. CROUSE ..... EDXVARD DE CERNEA .... ADDISON IVORDYCE .... IIUME IVI. FROST ......... ROBERT G. GARDINER ..... REGINALD W. GORDON .... NVALTER If. GORDON ...... C. FIELD GRIFEEN, JR ..... RALPH A. GRIEFING ..... FRANK C. IIEDLEY ......... XV. TURNER H ILTON, JR ..... IIAROLD S. LOTT .......... MAXWELL R. MARSTON... G. RAINSFORD MARTIN .... RALPH M. MCADAM ........ CHARLES I. MCLEAN ....... GRENVI LLE M. PARK ER .... C. LI NSLEY QUAINTANCE. MILTON D. RUSSELL ....... . CLARENCE M. SANDERSON SAMUEL SIIELDON, JR ..... HAROLD O. SLOAN ......... VAN TUYL SMITH ...... EDGAR V. ULLRICH .... ELLIOTT F. UI'SON,..... '13 ....Grcat Neck. .. . . I1rolIxx'iIIC, ........Troy, .. . New York .....Gcncva, .. . . Ncwburpgh, N. Y N. Y N. Y City N. Y N. Y .. . ..Ncw York City .......Utic:1, .....Ncw York City .. . . . ..I.arcI1mont, ....POllgI'IIiCCDSIC, . .. . .Short Ilills, ....NewImurgh, ......NCXVDllI'g'I'I, . . . . .hI2lll1ZlI'OI1CCk. .. . . .D:mbury, ....Yonkcrs, ....Nc-wburgh, ... . . Brooklyn, . . ..Crzm1'orcI, . ....... Rye. . . . . . I'I1ll'tfOl'CI, . . . .NewlJurgI1, . . . . . H artforcl, .... . Nlncliraon. ....IIoncscIaI ........Scr:mto ...,. Brooklyn. ... . . . . . Brooklyn, .... ............ Fargo, Colorado Springs, ..........I'I:1rtforcI, N. Y N. Y N. Y N. I N. Y N. Y N. Y. Conn N. Y. N. Y. N. Y N. J. N. Y Conn N. Y. Conn. N. J. c, Pu. 11, Pu. N. Y. N. Y. N. D. Colo. Conn. .-E54 4., IEEE IH!! . final I ' 5'.1,flf1 -- 1f"Q'I'.I "4, 5,3 ,"'. up ,'-. , - - . , THIRD FORM J Q W Although we, the members of the Third XXX, and Second Forms, realize the fact that. we rr' are looked upon as immature and of little ig : M9T'HlEm gl importance to the school in general, yet J f when we glance at our form as a whole we ifjmmes End ourselves able to swell our chests with E, pride, for we see "Phil" Carter making a y -5 '.,,. bogy on the golf links, "Jack" Jermyn lin- ' ishing' the lumdred-yard dash junior in ten and three-fifths seconds fthe school rec- ordb, and "Hat" breaking twenty out of twenty-live clay pigeons. XVC may again mention l'hil Carter in connection with scholarship, along with llilly Dean, Charley Frost, Ciraban and Rex Grout Will anyone dispute the fact that Decker, Jermyn, C. Roome, Sherman, and peerless Gatling lead the school as social lights? VVe have our share of musicians also, both vocal and instrumental, who can be best set 'forth by Sammy Shaw, Col. Gatling, Jermyn, Sherman, and Jimmy Janes. VVe ask you to look at John Ulrich, the mighty "Nap," who is famed throughout Pawling and New Haven as a mineralogist. Next we wish to present our noted pugi- list, John Hicks, along with whom may be mentioned Fighting Ralph Kenney. The llister brothers can in no way be Overlooked, who are at present offering' suggestions to such men as "Glen" Curtiss and the NVright brothers, and holding the whole world in vast astonishment and envy as their graceful monoplanes glide through the air. Thomas Simp- son, whose snapshots appear in all the schoolmemory books, shines as a photographer. ln conclusion, we wish to say that there is always a class of fellows who do not excel in the various types of activity men- tioned above, but who do, when in the presence of ladies, display their superior diplomacy and polished manners. This class may be represented by Cox, Feuchtwanger, Hayward, Hutcheson, Lyon, Raymond, Roome Il, I-laight, Shaw ll, and Steadx -14 v ifkiiri Il H' I g :fe ' -'l T I ttio fi? Ts?'f-i'i"'f fi ' ' I . :, , .. ... ,Y , I - 57W THIRD FORM IEDVVARD L. IIISTER .... RUDO'I'.PI'I A. I3IS'I'.IJIR. .. PIIILII' VAN G. CARTER... FRANCES I.. COE ...... NV. GORDAN COX ....... I,V.Il.I,IAM NV. DEAN ........ ,IOIIN VV. DICCKER ........... PAUL J. ITEUCIITVVANGER .... CHARLES L. .FROST ...,....,. ADIJISON I-I. GATLING ..... HUISERT Y. GRABAU ..... RIEGINALD D. GROUT .... IRWIN H.. I:I,ANCE ....... .. IQENNETII IIAYVVARD ......... JOIIN M. HICIQS ............... AUIIREY DE N. I'IU'I.'CI-IESON ..... .. ROLLO G. JERNI YN, IR .......... . Mauiziroiicck, .Mmnziro1icck, N. Y. N. Y. .....New York City. WOl'CCStL'l', New Lebanon, .....I:IIISI1Il1g, .....GOSIlC11, .. . . Madison, .. . . . Brooklyn, Mass. N. Y. N. Y. N. Y. N. I. N. Y. . . ...New York City ..PIattshurgh, N. Y. .. ...New York City. . . ..I..akewoocI, N. J. .. . .BrookIy11, N. Y. .....Ncw York City. . . .I Icmpstcad, N. Y. ..... ..Scr:mton, Pa. IRNVIN VV. LYON ............ ..... N ew York City. IQENNETII I.. RAYMOND ..,.. ..... N ew York City. CI IARLIZS ROOM E .......... ..... N ew York City. FREDERICK C. ROOME .... ..... N ew York City. SAM U EL 'I'. SHAVV, JR ........ .... N cw York City. IIOXVLAND NY. S'I'I'E1U'IAN. .... . ..... A mania, N. Y. ',I'IIOM'AS IS. SIMPSON .................................... I'I:u'tsfI:1le, N. Y. PREPARATORY FORM RICHARD A. l"IAI.Gl'I'.If ..................... ..... N ew York City. BURTON JANES ......... .....Ncw York City. RALPII I. KENNEY ....... ..... N cw York City. ,IAIYIES E. SI-IAYV .........,. ..... N cw York City I"RI,iD'ICRICIi. L. STEAD ..... ..... I Iritlgcport, Conn, ' .... New Ilzivcn, Conn. JOHN KI. CI.R.ICI:'I .... 45 -. l Qs A 11.1, Htblstirs THE CAPTAINS THE CAPTAINS lrllflfllllll l3asI'ball 1907 T.I-:ROY D. GREEN 1908 R.Xl.l'll H. SCIINID .1908 l'I.xRvIcv C. KNOWLI-:S 1909 JOSEPH B. CARY '1909 lJON.xI.n ll. lfERI:I'sON 1910 ALFRED G. DEMING 1910 M.-IURICE 13. FLYNN 1911 11. l2I.I.sWORTII CARY 1911 RUIZERT D. l1IcctR, JR. 1912 C. SE.xRI.Es REED Tl'lIt'lI' H ovlecy 1909 JOHN D. TIIOM.-xx 1908 XV.xI.LIxctE H. COX 1909 RAl.l'll V. HH..xNIms 1909 HARVEY C. IQNOWLIES 1910 H..xRRv W. IERIGIIAM 1910 ATARCUS Nl. RTUNSILL 1911 WEsI.Icv M. fTLER, JR. 1911 f'X1.EX. E. .l.'IvI'TON 1912 XVESLEY IXI. C7I.ER, JR. 1912 T'TOR.XL'E C. ITERNER Basketball TCIIIILY 1909 l'l.xROI.O F, 11I.,xNHv 1903 1, L- 1910 R. CI.IIfIfORIJ SIMPSON ,1909 G. MACW. BRYAN 1911 R. CI.IIfIfORn SIMPSON 1910 1- 1-I, CIXIQJATA, JR, 1912 C. l'OwERs SMITH 15111 T, A. 13001111--1-1,15 Golf 1912 C. C. T.-wI.OR 1908 CI-I.xs. L. l1UCRINI:II.xM Gun '1909 ICENIIRO CTARIJINICR 1909 IIRUCE DOUGI..xs, JR. 1910 ARTHUR I.. I'3L:NNEI.I. 1910 C.XRl.li'l'ON H. PALMER 1.911 CJLIVER 13. T.YMAN 1911 CIIIxUNcEy F. LUFKIN 1912 fJl.lVER ll. T.vM.xN 1912 J. STERLING I'TALS'l'E.-XD THE MANAGERS Football Baseball Q '77 V' Track 1907-1908 C. L. 13IIcI:INc:II.IxIvI J, P. NTENDLIE F. 1-IWUI-1'ERM.x 1908-1909 H. C. IQNOWLES J. F. LOWE J. R. CARY 1909-1910 A. G. DEMING M. M. RTUNSILI. T. DIXON, JR. 1910-1911 A. E. PATTON J. T. A. Di3fJI.l'1"Fl.Ii O. I.. SIMMONS 1911-1912 J. C. CJRR C. C. T.xYI.OR VV. H. GROSSIIIS ' Horlccy Tenlzis Golf 1907-1908 J. D. 'FHOMAS XV. H. CRUIRSIIANR P. SMITH 1908-1909 H. C. KNOXX'l.ES G. MACW. TTRYAN R. V. T'TIT.ANDS 1909-1910 K. H. CLAIIP J. 11. CARIQI., JR. D. 11. 'FERGUSON 1910-1911 J. TIUNT J. T. A. DOOI.ITTI.E 0. B. LYMAN 1911.-1912 C. 13. O. ARMSTRONG C. C. T.wI.OR O. 13. LYMIIN Baslectball G Hull, 11908-1909 G. MACW. BRYAN C. D. YOIINI: 1909-1910 J. T. CASSEDY J. A. 131-:NEnIc1'I' 1910-'1911 J. T. CASSEIW H. NV..COw.xN 1911-1912 C. S. REEO XV. T. BROWN, JR. 49 1 , X 1 1 I I OFFICERS Ronizm' D. Peck. . . . . .Captain J-OIIN C. ORR ........... Manager JOHN H. ScHM1D..Ass't Manager R. D. PECK, JR. J, C, ORR T H E T 131 A M Name Position Ago Hfeiglzt Height ROBERT D. PECK fCaptainj .............. f.b.. 19 180 5.9 He was aggressive, a good kicker, a good interferer and a hard man to stop. He was clever with the forward pass. His work on defense was out of the ordinary for a prep. school player. As captain he was prone to drive rather than lead his men. Name Position Ago We1'glzt Haight C. SEARLES Riaisn ....................... q.b. 17 130 5.7 I-lis handling of the ball both to his backs and under kicks was unusually clean and skillful. He was good in a broken Held, and one of the best interferers on the eleven, despite his size. His judgment was very good. '51 . -- , lim ULIB m l sf .ian-M... -FD Q-s.L-.,-, . .I,.. I, Vik 1: 1," IIE' .Q L I . Afyllllll' Poxiiion .-lgv llfvflifjfll' loleiglzl XVn.l'.mM ll. Gnossnrs ................. r.h.b IH 1,-I-5 5.11. Playing only one full game for the Varsity during the entire season, he more than came up to expectations. llc was steady, reliable and a good plng'g'er. IVUIIIU l7O.Ylf!'0ll' xlgu IfVr1'g11t Height THIJRNE lf. DoNN1n.1.lcv ............... l.h.b. 16 180 5.57 ,Ile was possessed ol' great natural ability. Ilis inexperience kept him from being' a steady and consistent ground gainer. llis ofifensive play lar outshone his work on the defense. Nalin' lD0.S"lfl'01L xlgv lflfeiglzt Hciglzf XV. FLOYD Ci..-xRksoN ....,............. l.h.b. 18 150 5.11 il-Ie was clever in a broken field. From plays in scrimmage hc was slow in getting started. He improved greatly during the season in his general play. 1Vc1111c' P0.S'l.fI.0lL flgv MjCI'ffllf Hcfglzf Gmsxvllpriz l,.XRKl'IR ......... . ............ back 17 157 5.9 His greatest asset was aggressiveness. llc carried the ball well both through the line and on end plays. His close defense work far excelled his open lleid work. Name POS'ifI'0lL .flgr l'Vc'1'gl1tHc'z'glz1' El'.l,l0'l'T F. UPsoN ..,................... back 18 HS 5.8 He played hard and showed ability to ear1'y the ball. llis de- fensive play was below standard. Owing to injuries, he played but a short time. N 5 2 A L. . 1 111 1.52-+1 f 1,1 5 3?fi5"'-l'?'inf-'5751-iQ'ff1f, 5.5 lfff'--f:"f.1ifff-513235452 ' ffif AF 1.11 K- 1 5 'Y' If Name P0sif1'011 .-lgv llf'rig!1fHvigl11' l'111c111111111c S.'SM11'11 ...................... 1.e. 17 11551 fi llis only weakness was his line play 1111 11f1'e11se. lle was last clown tl1e 1iel1l. hit l1is lllflll l1211'1l 211111 was 21 S111'C t:11'kle1'. llis play 1111 thc 1lefe11se was very strong, N111111' Po.1iff1111 .-lge l'VU1'gl1t Height C1.1N'r11N R. 111,1x1'1c, 111. ................... 1.1. 17' 185 lXlove1l 1'1'11111 Z1 111121111 p11si1i1111, he 211121111011 hiznself quickly 211111 skillfully to the play of Zl tackle. Ile was 21gg1'1-ssive. 21 111'i11ia11t flCl'C11SlVC player, 211111 good on the offense. N111111' POS1f'l'0lL .2-lgv lfV1'fgl1i H1'1'yl1f 1V11.1.I.XM S. X'11N l11c11N11'1'lI ...... ........ 1 .g. IS '2115 5.11 lle was c1111siste11t. Ilis l11CX1JC1'lC11L'C wore 1111 tOWL11'4l the en1l 111 the season, when 11e began 111 he a 1'1-211 S11'l'11j.fll1 to the team. lle quickly lL'?l1'11L'll 211111 11laye1l a new style 111' ClCl.L11lSC. nsing l1is 2l.1'111S 211111 l1il11KlS exee11ti1111a11y well. N111111' P01-it1'1111 .llyv l'V01'yl1t Heiglif R,11.1111 R11s111111111a ........................ 1: IH Ili? 13.1 He was 2111 i1le21l center in 1112111y ways. Ilis passing was ZlCCl11'Zl1L'. Ile was Il 13111111 1le1'ensi1'e 11151-Y131', lllillilllg many tackles 1111tsi1le of tackle 211111 Cllll. His offense in the li11e NVZIS 11111 so 140011, as he l1a11 Z1 1'C11Clk'11Cy t11 allow his 11pp1111e11l tn slip tl11'1111gl1-s11111etl1ing at which 11e himself was clever. IVU-IIH' P11sif1'011. ,-Igv llf'v1'ql1tl'leigl1f X1.1112N Iq1lN'1Il,XI.1. ......... .............. 1 17 155 fi lle was the lightest 1112111 i11 the line-f211' 11111 liglfl lllll' ll gl1!l1'll p11siti1111. lle 11121110 1111 for 1111- lack of weight in 21g'g1'essive111-ss, l11'1we1'e1', his defensive w111'k 111-ing especially g111111, 53 - df E..-V if .., 1 , 1 . rffftfw 1 . . . - i . 'iam .4 Izif 1 1. ...V af: -if. Ei? A 'f. wr., ,Aff V- l H ...xi .rj q:,'-. , 1.23.13 Q- 3:2.:u5:.lif.,g1-,- IH, si F VY I 2.3.-gl,-3 . Y fr. I t , .mmf Q 41,s,Jm I 5 v. t Q Name P0.s'itfi0n flgc Wcig1ztHc17ght JOHN C. Om: ......................... guard 16 170 5.9 Like C. R. Black, he played out of his position and did remark- ably well. llc was handicapped by injuries throughout the season. His line play was very good both offensively and defensively. Name Position Aga' Weight Height JAMES C. BLACK ......................... r.t. 19 175 5.10 lle was the steadiest man in the line, playing his position with his head as Well as with his body. l-le used his hands to good effect, was fast down the lield and broke up interference well. ,His game was the most consistent and the cleanest cnt of any man on the eleven. Name Position Age Wcz'glztlJeig1zt MILTON Russlzu. .......... . .............. r.e. 118 165 5.11 lle was steady and consistent in his work. His work on offense was only lair and on the defense he was inclined to play high. He was a hard lighter. He covered kicks well and was good on the receiving end of the forward pass. Nanzc Positioiz ,flyv llf't'1'gl1t!"lt'igl11' C. Powms SM1'rn ....................... end 17 162 5.11 lle was a hard player and steady, bnt not brilliant. Like the other ends, his defense play was exceedingly good and his work on the offense below standard. x 54 lillfll PW? Q.,.,- .. ua, . . V,5.,gi.,.,,m,, - , . S Lf ll S T I 'I' UT IE S Nam 0 f,0.Yl'I'l'0Il' RlJI.l.li G. JIQRMYN, Alu. .. .... cml XVILEY .lll..XIR,, ill: .... .... c ml 'l'1mMAs S. Axim-zws.. .... tackle :lX'IARSlIALT. Cor.EM,xN . . . .... tackle Clulf: I". Cl'l.l.IN.XN .... .... g uarcl FR.xNc'1s ll. DEAN. .. .... guurcl -IUIIN 1J12l..xxl.x'rliR .... ccntcr il. S'1'1cm.lNu ll.xl.s'rlc.xlm .. .... half hack R.xx.1'll M. AlC:XIl.XBl . .. .... quarter back I flgv lli ill' I7 17 ,l 7' ll' lli 17 lil lflfeiglzt Ilvighl H0 5.8 l-Ill 5.8 llill 5.9 153 5.9 QISO 1333 lllll li .l-I5 5.9 Ql5ll 5.l. Ql5ll li l l FOOTBALL SQUAD FOOTBALL GAMES UCTOIIIZR 7, AT l':XN'Vl.lNG ljgfwllfilg, 5'Z,' Rltfgflkx' PITP., 0 I.'awIing linecl up as follows: C. P. Smith ..... C. R. Iilack, Coleman. 3 Von liernuth Rushmore, liimlmall Goldsmith, Dean, Del J. C. lilack, Andrews. ,Iermyn,T. S. Smith... Reed, Milburn ...... Clarkson, Grossius Donnelley ............ I'eek tLfapt.j ....l.t. lr .. ......... l.,. .Zll1l2llQCl' .... l'. QQ. .....q.lm. ...I.h.lu. .........r.l1.lm. ..........f.h. OCTOIIICR ll, AT I'AWI.INti Patelizzg, 05 ,"iI'I1I'XI, 3 l'.'XXVI.ING Jermyn I T. Smith I C. lilaek .... Von Hernuth Rushmore ...... Goldsmith Ib Cullinan I ""' J. Black .... C. P. Smith ..... . Reed .......... Donnelley . Clarkson .. . l'eek CCapt.l l.e.... NV FST PO I N T ENGINEERS Ford 1.1..I'lunkett fCapt.I .q.Im.. . . l.g' c.. 1'-II 1' I l.h r,h f.Iv Burke Coffy .. ... Palmatier ... Nicholas . . . . I.. llart .. Lyons .. .. .Nance . .. .... Props! . .. . . .. Lewis OCTOIIICIQ ll, AT l'AWI.lNCi Parelfi11g, Og Vale Svrmzzl lil 1 IFHXWLING YALE SIECONIJ C. P. Smith ..... r.e ....... Rocker ,I. Black ......... r.t.. ... Olclenhorg Kimball . .... .... 1 xg ...... Young- Rushmore ...... c.. . llronson Qeiaptq Irion Ileruuth ....l.1.r q.h ..... .... I1 In L... lllaek ......... I.t.. .. T. Smithlw In Jermyn I ' ""' ' ' Reed .... .. Donnelley . ..... 1'. Parker I- I 1 Clarksoul """' ' l'eek CCapt,j f.Im . ... ...... . .York .... Aehelis ... Homeisler Paradise ... .. VVarreu Campbell . ....Smith Touelulowrs, Smith I: lloals from toueli- down. I,'arall1se I: Referee, Mr. Anderson: Umpi re. M r. French. OCTOBER 728, AT NFW I I A V F N Vale, 'l5, '21 ,' l'afeli11g, ll T'AVVl.lNG YALIE FRIESIIIXIISN T. S. Smith ...... I,e. ........... Paris C. Illaek ......... l.t. ........... York T rr Von l'l'l'lll1illP 0 L l Lg.. . . . . Green 57 Rushmore .. .Kimball .. Black I.. .. Russell .. . Recd . ..... . Donnelley I4 Parker I ' Llarkson ........ Peek ........... C .. lXfla.eleash ........... Thor r.t. ....... Pumpelly r.e. .... .... C arter q,lm. .... Loftus l.h. li. ....... Cornell r,h. lm. ........ Tuttle i'.l,m. ........ Cassells v0Ilieials: Umpire, Foster: Referee, Tliomasi ,Field Judge, Clinton: Ileml lanesman, llall. lime of quarters. ten minutes. NOV. 5, AT I.AKEVIL.I.IE PlI'ZUIl'll.Q', Og H lJflT1lkI'SS', 'l-If l'AXfVI.lNG IIOTCII IQISS T. S. Smith ...... l.e. ......... Forbes C. lllaek ......... l.t. .......... llurtou 1 , . . -1 ggi' "U""'l'Q ..1.g...xlfct.l11 qeapm Rushmore ...... e. .......... VVarner Kimball ........ r.g....Von der Ropp J. Black ........ r.t. .......... ,Iewett Y 'Fussell i .... r.e ........ Cole C. F. Smith I I'arker,? Reed .. ..... . . Upson Donnelley I- Clarkson I ' Grossius ....... . l'eek tCapt.I Umpire, Saunders: q.l:. ..... Lindenlxere l.h. lm ...... Fumpelly r,l1. lm. ..... Sweeney l.ln. .... .... I Ryerson R e ferre, Thorpe: Field Judge. Selvidge: lleail Liuesmau, Ilatchelder: Timer, llatelieliler. NOV. ll, AT .IFAWLINCS Paielizzg, ling Penn. 1915, Q15 l'.'XXfVI.lNG IIFNN. 1915 ,, , . Seellaaeh l.S. Smith ....... l.e . . Sinlpson C. lllaek .... . . . I.t ..... Lrane lgaiqtj U ,A -I iugie C311 . .......... ...lt ...... Qnoustou Rushmore ...... e. ........... Ilutler J. Black ........ r.t. ......... Journey Russell I, , , - A C' P. Smith x .... 1.e. .... ... lxoon. Peck QCapt.I q.h. .. .. . .... f-l'Zllg.l' Clarkson ........ l.". IJ. ...... xigzlllllfgll Donnelley ...... r.l1. lm.. .. ... Avery Parker I Grossius I " l'.lm.. . .. l.ee "" lliislmee 'l'ouClulowus, Seelbaeh lg Goals from lield. Avery 3: Goals from placement, Peck 2: Goals from touchdowns, Avery 1: Referee, Mr. Au' dersonp Umpire, Mr. Shade, l'enu.: Field Judge, Mr. French: llencl Linesman, Mr. Saunders, Penn. Time, four 12M minute periods. THIRD FOOTBALL TEAM Tm: 1912 2,115-1 IEFEITIIJIJ , , '-'V-' " .lfl 1 my H., - ' - f 1 THE THIRD FGOTBALL TEAM OFITICIERS FRANK 1"l'1znLlcY. . . ................ .... C aptain XVu.F1mlm lkxwrlxlc .. . .... JTIUIIUQFJ' ,VUIIIU Positzlnz .f-ilgv Weight H eight Ifluclmlzuwlc L. G.xM.xG1c, ju .... 115 1135 5.8 XVILIFRICD S. l!.xs'r1Nl5 ....... .... I .t. 18 1110 5.8 JOHN C. CULLINAN .... .... I .gx '20 1130 5.10 I1. XV. Sllllzlemxx. .. ...c. 113 . 1-1-0 5.9 D.xvm fl'. l'l..x1"1' .... ...lxgz 18 150 5.10 JOHN G. .'Xl.I.liY .... .... 1 xt. 17' 1235 5.10 j. IJxx'lc:H'r lilzlmsl-3. .. .... 110. 11' 1355 5.10 CL.xR1sNc'1z SANIJIERSUN . . . .... l.h.b. 17' 110 5.9 FRANK lI1sm.m' ' ..... ...'f.b. 18 135 5.8 Cl..x1uf:Nc'1a BI. jomzs .... ...r.h.b. 17 135 5.10 XYH.1.l.xM LT. Rlc'Colm1lnf1i. . . ...q.b. 18 1250 5.7 S U11 S T I T U T IE LUQHQN M. Loomlxr' DERICK 1.So.xRDzw11xN 59 xml. Tl -- OFFICERS C. SIzARI.Izs RIQIQII ..... .. .Captain CIIJXUNCEY C. 'l'.xYI.oII. . .Manager XVILEY I3I..xII:, ju. . .Ass't MCaIIageI' CIIPTAIN Rlilill Mun. 'I'AYI.oI: T Li .IX M T. FRIED GUI.DSlX1I'1'll. .. , , ,Pitcher liIaIaNvII.LIe IKIRIQIQR .... . . . l'itclIe1' CLIN'I'oN R. l3I..xcIc, ju.. ..... Catcher LY1"I'LIcToN li. P. GoUI.D. ..lfi1-st Rage RALPII M. MCAIIAM. .. ..FiI'st 'lkase ELI.Io'I'iI' F. UPSIIN ...... Second Base C. SI5.'xIaI.Ics RIQIQII CCapt.J . .. Second Base .-XIz'I'IIII11 MILIIURN ...... .'l'hi1'd I-Ease Ho1a.xCI3 C. l?3I3IzNIzI: .... .Third Base GRIaNvII.I.Iz PARIQER .... .Short Stop WII.I,I.xM H. Gkossms. . . . .Outiielder M'.IxxvvIzI.I. R. M.IxIzsToN. ...Outfieldcr C. POWERS SMITH ...... .S..O1ltHC1C1C1' TI-IORNIQ DoNNIcI.I.I3v . . . .C3I.1tHCldCl' 1.-IMES C. BLACK. . . . . . . . .Outfieldcr 61 BASEBALL SQUAD lf-ITIITIHU F 'ta Jzfws'-H .1-rf' -rfb April May ' June Forclham 73ml Dean Acaclcmy Wfest Point lfngiuecrs Pennsylvania Fresh. New York Military Academy Yale Fresh. Kent School Riverview at Pouglikecpsie Criterion Club I-Iarstrom Hotchkiss Eastman College Blair Hlall Hotchkiss. at Lakeville Syracuse Fresh. Yale 72ml All-Stars lrlolbrook School at Gssiuing Taft School 4 63 TRACK SQUAD ' RAC P . S, 'wr ' W'1csl.IzY ll. f,LER, ,IR ..... Captain I XV1I.1.l.xM H. Guossws. . .Manager ..,V"' .. ' Q Ihruxo X. l,H.xmn1cRs. .Ass't Mgr. X H -.H2 ' H l".Xl"l'.XIN fJI.IiR 314314, fglqfygg T R .X C K WIQSIJQY M. f5l.I2R, IR. Elwvmmw me Cxanxxax Tlmuxs C. XVUODW.XRI'J R. G. sll1:l:MYN 'I'llm:N1c lJoNx12l.1'.13Y lJ,xl.'mx A. Glcuflwrli limmx V. UT.1.l2ILf1l LINSLICY C, f2UAlN'l'.XNL'IE Cl..xx"roN 13. NV1f1in W FRICDICRICK S. I..-xl1.12v FRANCIS Ali. 'DIQAN Lf1..xmzNc'1c M. JONES XVENlJlEl.l.XV.CI.1NIElDlNST C'1Eo1u:15 R. NI,xR'rlN G5 S Q U A .15 l JvuNu Cll.xm1:1cl:s -IOIIN Ci. .--Xr.l.1cY .R.XI.l'lf RUSIIMORE RUDOLPII R1s'r12R Clhxulcxclc KI. SANUIERSON QIAMIQS II. 'BROWN llowlhxxn W. S1l1f:m1.xN I.l.m'lw Il. IJ.XI.LliI.l, L'l1.x1c1.1cs 'Rmmllz .IUIIN H, Q-l'I.T.lN.XN Snilfllzr. S111-:l.lmoN 'I T.x1:o1,um NIILLS IDI-:lewis I.. limlunl.-xx C'll.xR1.15s If. Glellflflzx F' PAWLINC- TRACK RECORDS Erwzt Tfllzv 150-ycl clash 1011-ycl clash CSC11llJl'j 1011-yd flash Qjuniorj 27311-ycl flash 114111-ycl flush llzlll-mile run One-mile run .1211-ycl lnuwllc 2211-ycl hurclle Running high Running hmacl jump Standing lnoucl jump Polo vault Shot put Hammer throw 13 "1-5 sec. 111 '1-5 soc. 111 -.1-5 sec. 7525 sec 52 SCC. 73 min . 31 '3-5 soc. -1 -1 -' -I min., .111 .1-:J sec 111 sec 213 1-5 sec. 11 ft. 2334 ln. 21 ft. 'YM in. .111 ft. 10 ft. 416 ftx .-1' .1 nl. S in. Vhin. 1339 ft. 5M 111. 66 Nunn' A. 'IJRLYRY W. fJI,l'IR, juz. A. lllufnv R. fi. sllcluvlv A. llmrlcx' ll. lhumalmm ll. llnnslmm H. 13141011.1111 XV. CJLIQIQ, jk. R. lllLANIJS XV. f3l.1'IR, .1 la. XV. f,ll.liR, .1 11. NV. fJ1.ER4, Jn. G. lhcv.xN MQ l?l'.YNN M. l.71..YN N N, -ll Vmr 111118 1911 111118 1911 19118 19111 19111 19119 f191'3 19119 1912 1912 19173 1909 11910 1910 Your 151118 15110 151141 1911. 151111 1511? 11112 15111 1.51119 15110 15111 1 91151 9. Q 1 1111: 1912 L1 iw' -515 RECORDS IT! I 1 1-101' C 11 K 1 S S-1' A XVI 1 1110-yd. dash 732111-ycl, 4121511 L1--111-ycl. dash 8811 ycl. 11111 011C-111110 F1111 .1211-ycl, 1111111105 311-yc1. 11111'c11cs high jump 1Jl'OZ1l1 j11l111-J pole vault shot put 11a111111e1' th row fvlllllt' Dmvlw M1'LI1.1N'1'oc1c 11 1'L'1'.1 N106 1: 111zc'1cw1'r11. YUUN11 111.1111 X 11111.11 111.1211 1 111 N G 1 131.1211 'R11:1a1'12 131.1211 BANKS 67 'Wu 111011 19 1 1, 12" 1 1? 1 111-' 1 11-. ' . ,, N 1 'llh' 1' 1 - T A -1-1 11:.'1-1 1'1. 1 -.1111 11-1- -1 1 N G N1 fli E T S School Time 1'1xw1.1N11 111 1-5 sec. 11oT1'111i1ss 'iii sec. 11c1'11c:111:1ss 535 sec. 11l1'l'CIIlilSS 3 111. 2 21-5 soc. 11O'1'1'1:1liISS -1 111111. 217' sec. 1',xw1.1N1: 16 31-5 sec. 1'1c1'1'1'11 KISS '37 2-5 scc. 1',xw1,1Nr: 5 fl, 6 in. 11'1xw1.1Nc1 721 ft. 716 111. 1-1011: 11 14155 1'.1xw1'.1'Nc1 1!1OTCI.l 1: ISS 111 ff. 111. 412 ft. GM 111. 1,1-7 ft. 6 111. 111 1 5 1 B A,-- N li W 'Y CJ R K U N I V li R S l' T Y M li 151' .-Xvlm. 22, 1911 l'.xw1.ING, second place, T20 points l'20-Yum' lJIll'lI'ZC'S High f11'111fv Oman. lst place OLER, lst place SSO-l'a1'r1' Run P010 Vault COWAXN, 23111 place XVoomvA1m, 3111 place 220-Yard Il'1z1'dlc's Broad Jump ,'XllllOT'l', flflz fvlacc OMER, ilst place C,OI.UMA1H .-X lN'l'lfRSCl'I'Ol.:X STTC ll EET MAY 20, 15111 .l'.xw1.lxc:, fourth place, UM points High J1111115 Broad 11111115 Oman, lst place OLIZR, lst plan' 220-Yard .P1lH'U'lC.S' P010 Vault XVILSQN, 331'Ulf71fICC NVo01wv.x1en tie for third place N GS , 1m 1 -1 11u1m Hg, H, - 'Q -1 . l'.fXWl.I NG-IlO'1'L'll K I SS M Ii li'I.' MAY 1'2. 1911 l',xw1.1Nc:, fl-Z3 l1l.o'1'nf111i1ss, 521 E-:'c11t.s' Hfon by ,S'1'1'o11d TIDIIIE' .100-yd. clash 01.11111 CPD Alc'l'111c1esoN UU 10 '3-5 sec 7320-yd. clash 01,1211 CPD McI'11151esox 1.1111 '53 JS-5 sec ,120-ycl. hurclles fJLER CPD NE.x1.1c CHD 17 soc. 2211-yd, hurclles McI'111311s0N CI'I5lXlH2U'l"1' 1171 27 -I--5 sec, 11-T111-ycl. clash l11ac114w1'1'1I CHQ Gum Qllij 53 -1-5 sec. 8811-yd. ruu .lfl2Q'KWI'l'll Qllj C.x1m UD 2 min. 73 25-5 sec. 1 mile run YOUNG CHD Coc11'1a1e QIH -I min. 50 4-5 sec Broad jump 01.1211 UU Lfxssl-:11Y UU '20 ft. 2 in High jump IQING CPD 01.1511 LIU 5 ft, ii iu. fl-'ole vault Woo1uw.x1:1m 1111 aucl IIEYI. Cllj fticclh SJ ft. 'HM in. Shot put 01.11211 CPD ,l'uA11'151.1.v QHJ 473 ft. 6 M iu. ,I IAZ1111ll1Cl' throw T1u.11o'1' fllj .RUNYON 1f.lIj 1-I7 ft. i11. 69 i-Xi 84-3. ...4--5 '5- 31 HOCKEY TEAM "?"i.., P333 7 Q .V fl fxnlsi t an 'Th 11 U' W Lu. A -.. ,K . 'I' . V Q .- dv.. '. 47 A , , Q I. .,.,,. . ,...'..g.. . W-'J' 'im l it W Wd. ffl., W I i .I 1. x n o H ., . .A Q' Q - l A .ll .V ir l . , X . W. .za ' ...., I . . - .V ' ...Ta . F l it 'hw?:k'gl"'v"A1 O lVl7l'ClERS lol'on.xciz C. linux:-:lc ...... Captain Clmlfxcizv ll. O. .-Xlzxiswoxcs Manager Ci..xx"roN ll. XV1Q1en..'Xss't Manager l'.XP'l'.XIN HIERNI-IN MGR, .XIMISTIQUNG T E A Nl QVKHIIL' Puxiliolz .-lgv ll'vigl1t Heigllf CII.xL'Ne1ix' C. 'l',w1.on ................ ...goal IS I IS 5.8 lle Iillccl his position well. VVas lzetler unmlei' l31'CSSlll'C than on the longer and easier shots. XYas apt to clear just a little slowly. Name 1"o.vifio1z flgv ll"7c'l'fjfIf ltlciglzt R.xl.r'11 M. Kll':XIJ.XM ...... ........... . ..point I!! ISU li llc played a harcl. elcan gaine. l'Vas reliable at all times. Ilis clelcnsc was goorl. Name' Pvsitiuzz .-Igv llN'v1'glit Hviglzt Iloimelc C. IHQRNER llfaptainl ..... cover point '30 W5 5.ll His defensive game was excellent. lle was very clever in taking the puck from an opponent and in lmrealcing up an attack. l-lc was a good shot. Tl Ii : MFE IIHIJ nl? '4" --',.- " 41'-1- a.vt ills fb Name Position XV. FLovn CIUXRKSUN ............ . ...... center algo l'lf'cigl1f1-lviglzl 13 150 5.11 He was a skillful skater and carried the puck well. Worked in sympathy with the others on the line. Covered his man well and played a good clean game. Nunn' Position lQl,l,lU'I"I' Uvson .... ........ . .......... R over flgc Il'cz'g1n Height 13 1.418 5.8 He played a clean, fast game, was aggressive and a clever skater. Was a hard shot and followed up well. His stick work was good. Nunn' Position 'l'noMAs C. Woonwixno ................. wing His pla w's hard and co sisteut He p'ss .-lgf' llf'c1'g11f Height 20 150 5.10 d well His play .y .1 . . n.. . a.,e . . . was perhaps more defensive than offensive, though he was ag- gressive at all times. .Yonzv Position QiRENVIl.I,l'I I".xnK1cn ................ .... wing He played but a few games. His work out, though not particularly aggressive. Position . . .cover point Nunn' VVn.L1,xM ll. llnossuus .......... His defensive play was excellent. llc breaking up an attack. Nunn' Position Mixxwizra. R. hl.XRS'1'UN ..............,.. Wing He played in only a few games. His work a trifle slow. Nunn' Position l.Y'l'TLl5'l'0N R. P. Goumi ..... .... . ....... g oal He tilled his position swell. Knew when to always be depended upon. 72 .-'lgv ll'cig11r Hfiglif 17 157 5.9 was consistent through- .flgo lflf'cigl1tH01'gl1t 18 1.-I5 5.11- was especially clever at flgc llfeiglzt I-Icigllf 19 1.62 li was consistent but he was Age Weight Height 18 16" 615 V J leave his goal. and could K lim IUIJ 'tt,T s 2 Q er . " 1 41 f lil llll fli HOCKEY SCHEDULE January 20 Princeton lfreshinen 27 lrlarstroni February 10 Columbia ,l:l'CSlll1lCll llt Kent School ln lolaekley School at Tarrytown 17 Pittsfield I-l. S. 20 Lawrenceville 22 Taft School at XYatertown .ya Nickols School I .2-L Yahoos of Yale HOCKEY GAMES Pll'ZK'HIIg, 23, Princcfozz Frcsli- Patvling, 5 l'lflI'Sfl'0lIl, 2 "Wil, l P,xvv1.1NG 1-1.ixRsTRon Y.. Y 1 3 ' T" 4 ,IQXVVLIB Q" , 'I Rl NLF' lON Taylor ........ Goal ......... Painter li15'l0" --'----- 90511 --'----- 5Ch"ellf AlCrkClZll1l ...... Point ......... Berger McAdam . . .V Point ........ llrower T. S. Sinith..Covcr l'oint..Nlcli1hhen Upson ......... Rover ....... Peacock Clarkson ..... Center ....... Deehert Marston ..... Left X'Ving .Cowan tC.l llerner tCapt.l.Right NVing.Lrawford Goals: Upson 2, Woodward I, Peacock I: Pawling snhstitutions: Gould for Taylor, Her- ner for Smith, Grossius for Marston, Kim- lmll for Grossius, Donnelley for lierner, XYoodwnrd for Donnelley. Princeton: Church for Deehert, MeAlnin for Ilrower. Referee, Mir. French. Time of halves, 25 and 20 minutes. Pawling, 5: ,X't'Ilf, ti l'.-X XV Ll N G li li NT Taylor ........ Goal ......... Berkley Me.-Xdam ..... Point ..... De Aguilar llerner tCapt.l.C0ver 1joint...Savage Upson ........ Rover ......... Yauhe Clarkson ..... Center U ........ Souder l'arker. ....... l.eft Wlllg ....... Allen Woodward..Right xlvlllg. Pratt tCapt.l Goals: Unson 3, Pratt 3. Clarkson 1, I'nrk- er I, Yauhe 1, Souder l, llamilton 'lg Substi- tutions: Gould for Taylor, llaniilton for Al- len. Gardner for Pratt. Referee, Mr. French. Time ot' halves, 15 minutes, Bcrner tCapt.l.Cover l'oint...Connors Upson ......... Rover ........ Rook Marston .... .. Center ...Otis tCapt.5 Donnelley .... l.eft XVing. .. ..... Lynn Parker ...... Right XVing .... Reynolds Goals: Upson -I, llerner 1, Reynolds 1, Rook 1: Pawling suhstitutions: Gould for Taylor: T. S. Smith for Nle.Xd:un, Donnelley for Marston, Parker for Donnelley, XVood- ward for Parker. Ilarstrom: Otis for Rey- nolds, Reynolds for Otis. Referee, C. S. Reed. Time of halves, 7241 and I5 minutes. Pl1'2t'lI'IIff, 2: Vale, 0 PAXNVLING YALE Taylor .......... Goal .. . . . .Gould Klc.-Xdam ...... Point ..... .... C ary Grossius .... Cover Point.. .... llerron Upson ........ Rover . . ... ..... lleron Clarkson ...... Center ....... Ordway Marston ...... Left Wfing ........ Piper VVoodward . . Right XlVing.. .Armstrong Goals: Upson 2. Referee, Searles Reed. Time of halves. :lo and 15 nnnutes. I 1l.XSKli1'I5.XLL TEAM -.4 lg Q15 I , I H - .,,W.. p V , BASKETBALL Ul'l'lLl'.R5 C. Pmvlnts Sn rrn. .. .. .Captain 5 :mas lkuicn. .. ...Manager Lxxsox G. Dlzmzw .... Asst Mgr. c'.xP'r.xlN sMVrIr M.xx.xG12R mann .YUIIIU l'a.viI1'o11 .-lgc ll'vigl1f llriglzl lXln.'rox D. Rl'SSlil,l.. . . ............. forward 18 1435 5.11 llc played a strong, fast game. lust his opponent cleverly and was a good shot. llis slimming of goals was excellent. Avlllllt' Posiiinzz Ayr' ll'vig!1tlslc'igl1l L1Nsl.1zY QU.xlN'r.xNC1c ............... forward 143 125 5.51 Though very light. he was a rclnarkahly sure shut and a hard player. His weight was a handicap hard to ovcrcoinc. Nalin' P0.YlfI-Oll Aga ll'a'QQ'l1tl'lc'1'glzf R.xr.1'n Rtrsllxlomc .......... ......... t vcntcr 18 1452 6.1. llis game was hard and clean at all times. llis passing was good. though hc held thc hall a trifle long. He was very reliable. '75 i Z3 1- S-. lliT'1'F.1Ll1.l I-ily - .4,-. j ..f-at ., Vi:E4.f1,,..,5,-Lfflsg'-Z.,5: .-,N 2? ig' ,Iii , 31 ,fl ' U .H . r .3 .4 -.55 -I .1 A' .3 .' 1351. MQ, 7 L 'f-,ew g5,,i?FrgAgmgf - . ' ,I x -'...'.,.- . Nome Position .flgc iiYC'l'tQ'i1f Height C. li'tJWERS SM rrn CCaptainl ............. guard 17 162 5.11. He was a valuable man to the team. llis defensive work was good. His offensiveness was reflected in the team. .Varna Position Age Weight Height Cr.iN'roN R. llmclc, -In ................. guard 1.7 185 5.8 I-le was a hard. clean player. XfVas inclined to leave his position. llc was fast down the floor and a good shot, .Vamc Position Age Wciglzt Height Rolncm' XV. lixzxxs, .ln ............... forward 18 113 5.5 He played but three games, due to absence from school. His work, as last year, was fast and aggressive. He was a good shot. S U llS'l'lT'UTI1'Q CI,.XY'1'ON ll. WEIQD lD.Xl.'I'ON A. URIFFITII l't1':el1'11g, 1'AXfV.l.l NG Russell.. , . . 4 . jo11N C, CJRR FR.xNt'1s Ilo'r'roM Ii G A M lf S JANUARY lil, 1912 FIEHRUARY 1, 19.12 17, Pl'ilIt't'll0lL 21111, '37 PU'It'fI.IIg, Shield Club, 18 PRINCETON PAWLING SHIELD CLUB . .. Forward .Eddy tCapt.l Russell ........ Forward' .... Langley . . lforward . . .... Hunter Center ..MeLanahan Guard .. ..... llunzel Quaintanee Olcr ...... . Rushmore...... b C. l'. Smith tCapt.j.Guard .... Harper Goals: Mcl.analmn 5, Eddy 3, Iluuter 3, Russell 3, Quaintnuee 2, Olcr 1. Smith 1, Rushmore 1, Bunzel 1. Goals frmn fouls: Hunter 3, Olcr 1. Substitutions for Pawling: l'. lllaek for Qnaiutance: For Princeton: Robinson for Harper: Referee, .l. lllaek: Um- pire, Nlr, jones. Time of halves, '15 minutes. x Quaintanee, Orr.Forward ...McCabe lf. liottome ...... Center ........ Hahn C. P. Smith tCapt.J C. Black Rushmore ...... Guard .... Campbell Goals: Russell 8, Quaintancc 6, Bottome 5, Smith 2, Langley 2, llalm 2, Campbell 2, Rushmore 1. Orr 1 McCabe 1, Marsh 13 Goals from fouls: Russell 6, Langley 2: Referee, lames Black. Time of halves, 20 and 15 minutes. ji' Guard. Marsh TG FEBRUARY 7, 151.12 FEBRUARY 12,1912 AT POUGl1lKEEPSlE Pawlnzg, 53,5 lirasmus, Zhi lQi'ZJL'I'f,'l.C"Zt', -173, PU?t'lllIQ, 737 PAWI-TNG ERASMUS P!Xx7XlLlNG RIVERVIEW Russell, Orr...F0rward. ....... Evans Russell ........ Forward.l3ethart tC.D Qui'-Llltimcc Q , l ,l ll Quaintance .... Forward .llutchinsou lx- ILVHHS -l'0"ll'i"d--' "l"l'5l F. Bottome ..... Center ..... Quintard Guard ....... . .Stuart Rushmore ... . . r Smith CCapt.1.. .Guard .... .... I' horpe Goals: Quintard, 8, Betlmrt G, Stuart 2. Smith 2,Quaintanee 2, Black 1, 140110111011- Goals from fouls: Russell 3, Betliart 2. bub- stitutions: Rushmore for Bottonie, Black for Rushmore. Referee, Ifalen. Umpire, lwasnocht. Time of halves. 20 minutes. FEBRUARY 9, 1912 Parelmg, 31, Dean, 58 PAVVLI NG Q DEA N Russell ........ ,lf orward .. .... lxelly Quaintanee .... Forward ........ Rice Rushmore ...... Center .. .... Weleli C. Black ....... Guard ......... jones C. P. Smith .... Guard ........ , Tormey CCapt.j K Capt. J Goals: Kelly 2, Rice S, Nyeleh S, jones 3, Tormey 8, Russell 3, Quanuancei 4, Rush- more 3, C. Black 1. Smith 1. Goals from fouls: Russell 7. Referee, J. Black. Time of halves, 20 minutes. FEBRUARY 10, 1912 Part'11'11g, 355 Yale Fr0sl1., 23 P.-XVVILING YALE Russell ....... Forward ......... Pitt Quaintanee .... Forward ...... llyatt Rushmore .... .Center...Staekpole tC.1 C. Black ....... Guard ........ Chow C. Smith fCapt.l . Guard ...... VV1lson Goals: Rushmore 5, Russell 3, Black ii, Ouaintauee 2, Smith 2. Stackpole 4. Wilson 3. Pitt 2. Goals from fouls: Russell 5. Stackpole 5. Substitutions: Orr for Russell, Grillitb for Quaintanee, 1Veed for Black, Ryan for Hyatt. Referee, J. Black. Time of halves, 20 min- utes. Griffith S Rushmore ..... Center .. .Cordes C. Black. Weed..Guard.. Murphy C. P. Smith CCapt.D Guard ....... Castle e Rushmore Goals: Russell 4. Quaintane 'rl Blaek 1 Smi ' ' Evans 1, I .. 1 A. . th 3. flll th 2, R. Brush 5, Evans -1. Cordes 3. Castle 2. Goals from fouls: Russell 5, Cnrdes 8, Referee, j. Black. Time of halves. 20 minutes. FEBRUARY 14-, 15112 Pareliug, 295 Pvvlnrkill, 13 PAVVLING PEEKSKILL Russell ........ Forward ...... Wfeleh Quamtanee.. .. Forward ....... Lent Rushmore.. .. Center ........ -Xustenc Blaek ......... Guard ........ XfVebb Smith tCapt.J.Guard.lflasbroueh CCJ Goals: Ruslnnore 5. Quaintanee 3, Lent 3. Black 2, Russell 1, Austene 1, Webb 1. Goals from fouls: Russell 5, Austene 3, Evans 2. Substitutions: Grifiith for Russell, Evans for Ouaintanee. NVeed for Smith, Orr for lVeed. Rlcl.aughlm for 1Velch. Referee, J. Black. Time of halves, 20 and 15 minutes. FEBRUARY 20, 1912 Patelmg, 2S.' lVr'.rleya1z 731111, 27 PAVVLI NG VVESl'.EYAN Russell ........ Forward ...... Pickles Quamtance, Evans. Forward .... Craig Rushmore . .... Center...Fuller CCapt.b C. Black ...... Guard.Stnrges, Fellows VVeed .......... Guard ........ Stuntz Goals: Russell 5, Quaintanee 2, Rushmore 2. Black 2, Evans 2. Pickles 2. Craig 5, Ful- ler 3. Sturges.1, Stuntz 2. Goals from fouls: Russell 2, Craig 1. Referee, J. Black. Time of halves. 20 and 15 minutes. FEBRUARY '22, 19172. AT WATERTOW N Pateling, 115 Taft, 'ZS PAVVLING T A F T Quaintance .... Forward .... ..l.elTerts Russell ....... Forward .... J. Garheld Rushmore ..... Center .......... Sayre C. Black Il..Guard ...... Guernsey Smith tCapt.l.Guard.Calhoun tCapt.l Goals: Leflerts 6, J. ,Garfield 1, Billings 1. Sayre 1, Guernsey 2, Calhoun 3, Qnaintanee 1, Evans 1, Rushmore 2, Black 2. Goals from fouls: Russell 25 Substitutions: Evans for Quaintanee, Billings for J. Garfield, N. Gill'- held for Sayre. Referee, Mr. Carlson. Time of halves. 20 minutes. TT ULF Tl Quit HW M Q X 9 .ll brag ZZ - ll 133 lm 'rlQE55"' Rl, 16, J 2 se. if l 3 .I .V , Ir C.Xl"I',XlN .ww m,xx.xma1: r.vx1.xN 'I' li .VX XI Kl.xxwlcl.1. R. M.x1:s'rcmN XYEsl.11:Y Rl. fJl.liR, hlu. l'lllI.lI' Y. Ci. L',xm'1f:1: llmmluvlc C. ,lhauxlilz f1l,lx'1a1: ll. l.YAl.xx :Xl.XXXX'l2I.I, R. Nl.xus'mx, School Chzmmpion 11112 PllII.ll' C. G. C.XR'l'l-IR, Rccorcl llolclcr: out ZW in Ill. Tutu S C lfl li D U T. E October 21 Lawrenceville School at Lzlwrcnccvillc, N. ,l. April 720 XYilliams at l'ZlWllllg Nay 4 Alumni at l,ZlWllllg' May 22 Lzlwrcnceville at I'awling T9 TEXXI S TEAM HHIS i'.Xl"l'.'XlN ,XNIJ MANACIICR 'l'.XYI.0R fl' TE A M CilI.XI'NL'liY LI 'l'.xx'1.o1: .-X. LIcuN,x1m B12151iM,xN o,1lN C. Ulu: Xl.AxxwEI.L R. MARs'roN D. xL'roN A, fiRIFFI'1'll REX li. Cleouslt SI GUN CLUB 'FY' Y ill GT' E3-It G , nb-I f Et I E 11 nw TT A il T 4' I 4' CLUB 1... - I Ig fgcl fmwgg it JII: 9 W fi fe Iv R ,I mg Q I m I I ' I ' I I T I L u OFFICERS . I. STERLING T'T.XLS'I'E.XD....CZIPUITI1 NN71I.I.I.x1II T. BROWN, JR..TXl2ll'l8.gC1' I CAPTAIN II.XI.S'I'I2AI1 IWANAGIQR HRONVN T E A M WII.I2Y l1I..xIR, JR. CRAIG F. CULLIN.IN IRIOR.xc'15 C. IRIQRNER DI. STIQRLINO ISI.II.sTI4:.III C.-IRI. V. SCIII..I15'I' SUBSTITUTES TIIONAS S. ANIIRIQWS XVALTIER F. GORIION GUN CLUB A. ll. G.vI'I.ING li. ll. GRIIQR J. G. ALLIQY T. S. IXNDRIEWS H. C. TTIERNER R. A. BIs'I'I:R XV. RI..xIR, UIR. VV. T. BROWN, JR. C. F. CULLINIIN J. H. CULLINAN G. G. DEPEW T. DONNIELLIQY VV J. S. I'T.xr.sTI5.xO A. DEN. HUTITIIIZSON L. A. LOORIM N. J. LOORIIM G. R. TVLXIQTIN ll. R. R1zDII1,xN C. V. ScIIL.xIa'I' II. O. SLOIIN . F. GORDON CHEERIXG STAFF 51 ,3 -. limi? I Y 'rfi ' 1' - --'--' j " .:-'-1 flzigijgi faf-ji1j1Q':-1 '.b".'.1'1 Q--: 'f:4,2: H I 155 CIIEFRTNG STAFF WlcsI.Ev N. f,I.liR, -IR., llvnd Chem' Lvadvr CIIAUNCEY C. '1'1wr.oR CIIAUNCEY E. O. ARMs'rl:oxG I'TOR.XCE C. BIERNIYR 85 . ., , 1 ': ' rTT rr 1 rrrrr - rfgiaf' r'e-1 1 ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION 0 R R I C 13 R S C. S1zARL1zs Rmzu ....... ....... P resident CIIAUNCEY C. 'IAYLOR .... ........... N 'ice-President ARTHUR M. MILHURN. .. .... Secretary and Treasurer FACULTY ADVISORY COMMITTEE MR. T. A. D. JONES MR. GEORGE XV. ANDERSON MR. IIORACE F. PTIENDIERSON 86 ,,n - --..,uN.- WEARERS OF THE CG P FOOTBALL I P J. C. ORR CMgr.J P SMI I QLKRI S1 R. D. PECK W. H. GROSSIUS . S. Sxwrl-1 . S. 'Rralsn R, RUSH MORE T C fi? vs ' --... , ,N-g l -. Q, .' hs.: 11 uf' A1 .. .,,....f:,, L I r I J. . WH- 'T' X C. IX. ARRER swf' J I C. . 'rl-I 'L' 1 W'. V. T, i.'fN 5,7 , J. C. l31.Am'R 41911-125 V . - 51 4 T, D .'1'2I.l.l2Y ' C. R, HL. 'R . " ON X ' ,gr-1 , I .. 'Q jj ,. .1115 , Q , 115 N " -J fl' 1' 1 ' .ay if 'xx . . 'J ' flr '- .. D. M, RUSSELL W VON lir:RNu'1'u W. M. OLLR C1910 ONNI A. KIMI1.'Xl.l. xc T. IfR1zn GOLl1Sx11'r11 1111115 E. F. Lis BASKETBALL C. P, SMITH 111111-125 C. R. lil A41 R. RUSHMORE VV. M. OLIQR C1910-1' L. QuA1N'rANc'r: R. W. EVANS C111 D. M. RUSSELL C. S, Rum QMgr H O C K E X H. C. BERNIER C1909-10-11-1:25 T. C. XVUOIIWARIJ C. C. TAYLOR QIU11-1:23 R. M. Mc.-Xu.-xm 1 "'- G. M. PARKER XV. lf. CLARKSON E. If. U1-SON C. l-E. O, .'XRMS'I'RONG CMg1'.J W. H. GROSSIUS BASEBALL C. S. Rlzlzn 111111-1:25 N. R. IVIARSTON J. C. BLACK VV. H. GROSSIUS 111111-1123 T. lf. GOLnSx11'ru C1911-1:55 .'X.1Xl.MlLI1UIiN C1911-125 L. B. P. GOULU lJONNlcl.1.l4:v G. M. PARKER H. C. BIERNER C1910-11-1:23 C. R. HLAQR C1011-1:25 C. C. TAYLOR CMgr.J C. P. SM1'rH R. M. MC.'Xl1.-XR! E, F, UPSON T R A C K W. M. OLER f19l'l9-10-11-12D E, F. URSON T. M. XVOODWARD 0911-123 C. M. JONES NV. H. GROSSIUH QMg,'r.j 'I' If N N I S C. C, TAYLOR flflll-12D H L. JZJIEEKMAN C1911-12J D,.'X.GR11flfl'r1I M. R. Rl.XRS'1'l1N J. C. KJRR C O L If O. HLYAIAN C1910-11-12j JT. C. IJIERNIER P. V. G. CAR'r1sR M. R. JXJARSTON XVA.1x7I.OI.IEli 0910-11-12D R. NV, EVANS H9113 J. S. H.'XLS'l'IiAl1 LISIIIJ A ' GU N J. S. HALSTEAU W. UI.AIR C. CULLINAN W. GORDON NV. T. JJROXVN fMg1'.J S7 H SIXTH FORM COTTAGIQRS M1005 vmnn nn at H- V 1 f :Emi 155 'E -QB -mf ,,,,,,,Wff MWMIWIIIIIWIIII PUBL TIUNS l f" nD'DD . SQU xx N ' 1 i , i"u,' ' 'li Q . 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EASTER TERM 97 . . . . . . .President . . ..Vice-President . . .PI'esicleIIt . . . . .Clerk . . . . . . .Treasurer Sergeant-at-Arms . . .President . . ........ Clerk . . . . . . .Treasurer Sergeant-at-Arms V E S . . .Speaker . . . . . .Clerk . . . . . . .Treasurer Sergeant-at-Arms . . .Speaker . . ..... Clerk .. ..... Treasurer Sergeant-at-Arms I 0IfI"Li'I'1RS UI" ST. ,IUIIYS SUt'Ili'I'Y Saint H4 3IuIJn's H+ Svncietp WESLEY M. OLER, JR ..... C SEARLES REED ........... CLINTON R. BLACK, JR ..... Rl EBI HERS John G. Alley Thomas S. Andrews Chauncey B. O. Armstrong Frederick S. Bailey Frederick D. Barstow Wilfrid S. Bastine Leonard A. Beekman Clinton R. Black James C. Black Wiley Blair, Jr. Derick L. Boardman Francis Bottome John D. Bridge William T. Brown, Jr. William F. Cassedy, Jr. Robert A. Chambers W. Floyd Clarkson Marshall J. Coleman Craig F. Cullinan John H. Cullinan Lloyd H. Dalzell Francis B. Dean John S. DeLamater Ganson G. Depew Thorne Donnelley Addison Fordyce G. Carlton Fancher Hume M. Frost Frederick L. Gamage, Jr. T. Fred Goldsmith Reginald W. Gordon Walter F. Gordon Lyttleton P. B. Gould James S. Green, Jr. Edgar B. Grier, Jr. C. Field Griffen, Jr. Ralph A. Grifling John W. Grout ............President . . . . . .. . . .Vice-President . . . . .Secretary-Treasurer Reginald D. Grout T. Sterling Halstead Frank C. Hedley, Jr. John M. Hicks Albert B. Hilton, Jr. VV. Turner Hilton, Jr. Carl A. Jarecki Clarence M. Jones Alden Kimball Oliver B. Lyman Irving W. Lyon G. Rainsford Martin Ralph M. McAdam William C. McCormick Arthur M. Milburn Harold S. Mills Wesley M. Oler, Jr. Grenville M. Parker David P. Platt William R. Potter Benjamin R. Redman C. Searles Reed Robert W. Renick Harold W. Rickett Charles Roome Ralph Rushmore Samuel T. Shaw, Jr. Samuel Sheldon, Jr. H. Lewis Slade, Jr. Donald M. Smith C. Powers Smith Van Tuyl Smith J. Donald Snyder Lawrence G. Spencer Chauncey C. Taylor Elliott F. Upson William S. von Bernuth Clayton B. Weed K 2' g ,Z TI-IE BGXING CLUB i-Q L S1-:,x1u.1':s Rlalcn ............................... ...... I 'resident I F-'r1cm.1Nc: I'IV.XI.S'I'IC.XI! .... ......... Yicc-Prcsiclent may IIl..xm, -lu ....... .... S ccrctary and 'lfrcasmel' LI. II. lileuwx .I,. UOLILIJ C. R. Iilnxclc AI. iI I1c"Ks BI. flJl.ICM.XN C. I. MCI.:-:.xN A, ICORIDYCIC XX 1 'I II. IX. IXIQDMAN THE RIDING CLUB - u I. KI. cJI.I'.Ix IJIRNU Cluxllzlclas ....................,............... Vrcsicleut mix Illvlis .......... ........... X 'ice-I'1'csicIent ulsux I7mmm'c'1i .... ...Scc1'ctz11'y and 'IiI'CZlSlll'CI' I. :XIIEY .-X. IIL"1'clIlcsoN JX. Ii.x'1'LlNc: IQ. RAYMOND II, GR.-x1:.xU I I.. IIULTLD I II. Sl.o.xN 1011 S. Sxmw .. Smlwlc :.,'.l.jw GX In I ,- I-'nf A I" f ' f fl .-.. . .K t, 1 , i. ,.,., 1 .,,,.. ab- .-,.x, -1 1'4f'1 '.'T73L 7' . 411 ,zz-ff. 1 f , ff.. R A 4 '4. ' 'Q ' A 1, , ni' Q ,L -Z1 ff . A ., , , . 7 ' L '4 :fr wi. X f 1 , -, . s Av Q. 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' H- by 1 tra K, Y' 'f ...- i MUSICAL CLUB BEEF 1 HI Q THE 1912 IW ' 5' -, ,V 4 V x ,,.: -- K vu.. 1- " II, I Hull! 'ml L 3 x 1. I ' .1 '.'.5 QE:l'5f'I.3':-lf ' I I ii, MUSICAL ASSOCIATION GLIEIE CLUII MR. N1cHcRH.s. .. First Tailors R.x1.PH RUSIIMORI5 Il. 'IfIoM1zR I'LH-1. VVH.l.1.xM S. VON IIERNUTII Cl..-XY'I'0N II. WIEIED First Bnxsvs RcH.I.o G. JERMYN4, JR. G.xNsuN G. Dlzmzw IEnc:.xR V. ULLRICH JOHN BELL MANDOIQI MR. K1'1'CII1sN12R . . . . CLAYTON B. NVEEIJ. .. JOHN G. ILXLLEY RAYMOND IIOWDOIN J. fl I,xYwvIxRn .IIROWN R, ALLEN Gowm' I2m:.xR Ii. GRIICR II. HHAHQR ISI.xr.r. 105: .. .... IFirccto.1 SUCOIICI TCIIUVS IfR.xNc'1s Il. IDICAN CARI. A. .IARECKI VVICSLICY M. CJLER, JR. JLXLDEN IQINIIEALT. CI..-xRENc'lc M. SANDERSON Scrwzd Bassas C. POWERS SMITH DoN.H.H MCD. SMITH RAYMOND W. IIOWDOIN N C I. U R . . .Directol .. .Lezulcr IXIATIIIEW I..0oR.-xM AI.-XXWELL AIARSTON ROBERT RENICK DUN.-xLn KI. SMITH ITHGAR Y. ULLRICII L'l..xY'1'oN LI. XVIQED ia 2 n t 5 N UV S W fjfx mx-f ff Zx -J! Q x Q If jk 17 'H 1 fifffxkxk Z ff !! vi -L J..-5 +745-N 1 Tig , fx vi 2114. , - - - P . if-3.,?i2l?w xxx ,fl N 'X N . 4,-"qg.. R X ' 1 f-' X 'f 2 ghii.: EN . X 1 a- x x fl, gf :,. ,- 4 .....w v -N Q , A Q- , . X: smy.. , I 1 ' . 151 -1 "J -Y ' I 1 ' 1. 2 - Nr X... ,f .1-, X, ' N 1 -, :.:. 'jf'-1' 'A wx 1 , 'ff 1' lp., - ' -ff . , XM , L., , I W4 ' X V X ' ' QW" .V X ,, 1 ,, , M I 1""',:'! f 1 ' 24 4, fd ,fy 'ff A 4 'f " if 12w:l,1.'m'.1 1 I x 1 f , N' rf Ay .lgahsagh-, 1 f '9 -1' '4 , -K' . A. fvifif' -5 ' - .- , ,TG '9?'12'fZ-.1'.,g5,- 1'ia.'.Y'.f2:i.' , A - E 1.--:Z-!5I'l'1' -'efg-1355513- 2 in l gh-- 5 ' 4'-' 'Q'- '-'--'1 1 . .-1' if 1,": svfgfff .1.1'-5 ilffaf 3:32 3.33 15 1,9 "Q' , '- E E 1 VVESLEY M. C. Smnnlzs VVESLEY M. FRANCIS B. Bilihmiliinter Banu' Qliummittrv FEBRUARY 21, 1191 2 j.xM1as C. BLACK, Cwflllfflllflll OLER, JR. FR,xNc'1s B. DEAN REIED CLINTON R. lZr..xc:K, JR. EDGAR Y. U'I.LRIClI Senior Ea!! fiummittee RALPII RUSIIMORE, '12, Clmirnzan QLER, JR., ,12 THOMAS C. NVOQHWARD DEAN, '12 ALIHQRT B. I-I11.'roN, '12 105 If I FT H A N N UJXAT. 'P.xwLlNc: Coxczluzss DEH.X'l'lE Iimfsiz on-' RE1'1ucslaN'l',x'1'1was vs. Slzxxrlz MARCH 22, 19113 Quvsiiozzz lfaml-:'Cd-Tlzat Tlzcudorc' R00.vv-walt is tlzc logical Clllldffl'!IfC of the Ift'f7llIJHl'lY1l f7lIl'fN in fha 4'07IIiIlfj elcfiion. 1-1jj'i1'1l1at1"mr Nrgnti'z'0 XVILFRID S. B.xs'rlN1s limxifls iiU'1"l'OMI2 Al. S'l'1a1:L1Nu I'iAI'.S'l'IQAIJ fVi.XNSUN G. Dial-low R.XI.1'll Rvslmuizl-1 CC:1pt.j NI.x1zsiIixI.1, Comzmixx CCz1pt.j .'Hft'l'Illlfl'S Flucln-:l:fc'lc I.. G,xx1,xc:1c, jk. ll13N,l.xMlx R. Rizmux Music Decision of Judges XVQ11 by Negative Qiioiise of Reprcsentutivesj N ima ,- lI1f11l:l.lLllJ 5 '1', t.1' rl W, 11,1 FOURTH FORM FNTl2N'1l'AlN'NFINT MARCH 16, 1912 DICKENS' FVENTNG Barkis ls XVillin' U ........., A ................... "Dntfid C0j1f101'f1'c'ld C1..xRENc1c Rl. SANDIQRSON Oliver Asks for Morey' ...................... .... ' 'l'Ofl.T'l'1' Twist' LTNSLEY QU,x1NT,xNc'1c The Death of Little Nelll' ...................., "Old Curiosity Shop' FRANCIS T.. C012 The School Master Beaten" ................ .. .nlVif'l10llI.Y 1Virk1cby l-Tuma ll. F Ros'1' Mr. Tulkinghorn and Maclamoiselle l-lortense" ..... .."BIeak House GEORGE R1XlNSlfOlilJ lXl1xR'r1N Scrooge and Marley" ........................... "Clz1'z'st11zas Carols' XV11.1.1AM F. Clxssnnv, JR. The Storming of the Bastileu ................... ""Talc of Two Cities' C1-1,xRL13s F1E1.1J GRIFFIENI, JR. Death of Paul Do1nbey" ......................... rrD01IlbCjl 6' Son' XVENIJELL VV. C1,1N121J1NST ' Won by C111xR1.1zs FIELD GRIIPFEN, JR, Honorable mention FRANCIS L. C013 107 INTER-CLASS TRACK MEET, l9l l MAY 4-5-S Class of 1911 lst plare 61 2-3 points Class of 1912 2nd place 23 points Class of 1913 3rd place 21 points Class of 1914-15 4th plan' 11 1-3 points Events W'on by Second Third Time 100-yd. dash Cjuniorj Jermyn, '15 Cscratchj Gamage, '11 C5 yds.J Gatling, '15 Cs yds.j 10 4-5 sec. 100-yd. dash Cseniorj Oler, '12 Cscratchj Doolittle, '11 C9 yds.j XNard, '11 C2 yds.J 10 1-5 sec. 100-yd. dash Cfaeultyj Mr. French C2 yds.J Mr. Jones Cscratchj Dr. Gamage C25 yds.j 10 4-5 sec. 220-yd. dash Ullrich, '14 C6 yds.j XVard, '11 C2 yds.J King, '12 Cscratchb 24 1-5 sec. 440-yd. dash Cowan, '11 Cscratchb Coleman, '13 C30 yds. J Goldsmith, '13 C5 yds.j 54 4-5 SCC. S80-yd. run Mower, '11 Cscratchj Snyder, '13 C60 yds.j Fancher, '12 C45 ydsj 2 min. 12 sec. 1-mile run F. Bailey, '11 C150 yds.J V. Bailey, '13 C200 ydsj Mower, '11 Cscratchl 4 min. 58 3-5 sec 120-yd. hurdles Oler, '12 Cscratchj Simpson, '11 C15 yds.J Lapham, '11 C7 yds.j 16 2-5 see. 220-yd. hurdles Griliith, '12 C15 yds.D C. P. Smith, '12C15 ydsf Abbott, '13 Cseratchj 28 sec. High jump King, '12 C13 in.J Jermyn, '15 C15if1.D Sanderson, '14 C15 in.D 6 ft. 5 in. Broad jump Bogart, '11 C6 ft.j Simpson, '11 C5 ft.D Cassedy, '11 C4 ft.j 23 ft. 4 in. Pole vault Xvoodward, '11 Cscratchj Cowan, '11 C1 ft. 6 in.J Sherman, '14 C2 ft.J 10 ft. Shot put Gamage, '11 C10 ft.J Gmssius, '12 C6 ft.J Griffith, '12 C6 ft.l ss ft. s in. Hammer throw lfValden, '11 Cscratchj XVilson, '11 C15 ft.J Simpson, '11 C10 ftj 106 ft. Special standing broad jump, XV. M. Oler, Jr., 9 ft. 9 in. Ca new recordj. fv' " 2 - .i1 t ' 1 ' F . 1 'mllglz i . l . INTER-CGRRIDOR FOOTBALL NovEMBER,19ll Mr. 'lflenderson-li lXfll'. llunten--O llridge . . .. .... l.,e ....... Griffith Delsamater .... l.t.. . . lglailey l"euehtwanger .. Evans Sherman . . .e. .... . . . Platt -I. Grout. .. .... r.g. ........ VVeed McLean ...... r.t.. . .. Congdon Hall . . .... r.e. ...... Coleman Decker ....... q.lJ.. Wloodward Sanderson .... .l.h. h-. . Gamage, -Ir. Jones CCapt.j .r. h.la.. . . Kimball fCapt.j Russell ...... .l.h. .... Hedley flfouehdown, Russell I. Goals from touchdowns, Sanderson 1. Referee, C. R. Black. Umpire, R. D. Peek. llead Linesnian, Goldsmith. Time, 10 and 8 minute periods. Mr. Nichols-li Mr. llenderson-6 Gould .... . .... l.e. ....... . llridge Redman .... .. .l.t .... . Del'.amater bl. Cullinan ..l.g.. .lieuehtwanger Gowdy ....... e. ....... Sherman Potter .. ....,. r.g. .... .. .-I, Grout Mr. Anderson...r.t.. . . . . McLean F. Bottome .... r.e. ...... .. .. Hall McAdam ..... q.h. ..... Mr. jones Clarkson ...... l.h. b.. . Sanderson .-Xndrews CC.j..r.l1.lJ.C -lones ICJ M. l.OOl'E111'1 .... .f.b. .,..... Russell Touehdowns, Gould, I: Mr. jones. 1. Goals from touchdowns. Andrews. 1. Mr. Jones 1. Referee, Peek. Uni- pire. C, lllaek. llead Linesman, Gam- age. Jr. Time, 8 minute periods. Ill llflr. Nichols-'l Gould . . . .. Redman . .... . nl. Cullinan .... Gowdy ...... 1 Nlr. Elliott-0 .l.e. ......... Blair .l.t. .... . l-loardman .l.g. .......... Coe e.. . ..XV. Gordon .. . . . .H. llrown l' R. Gordon Potter ..... r.g Andrews fC.j ..r.t.. .. l". Bottome. . . r.e.. . . . MeAdan1 ..... q.h Clarkson ...... 1.h .b....... Snyder ....... .r,h. ln. ..... . Al. Alley ll G rillfen l Chambers Alley R. Gordon Upson Hicks f.b.C. Cullinan CCD Touehdowns, Clarkson 1, Gowdy. 1. Goals from touchdowns, Andrews, 1. Referee, Peck. Umpire, C. R. lllaek. 'Head Linesman, Goldsmith. Time, 8 M. l.ooran. minute periods. School-0 Cottagers--O T. S. Smith .... l.e. .... .. . Gamage Rushmore ..... l.t. ....... . Wfilson DeL.amater .... Lg Von ljernuth Kimball . .. c.. .. . . . Depew Andrews ..... r.g. .... .Van Smith XfVoodward Q Coleman f...r.t. . . li. Dean Redman l Russell ...... ir.e.. Xvoofilgsgxgll Clarkson . . .q.b. ......... Peek vUpson .... . .... l.h. la. .... lllilburn Donnelley . .r.h. lJ..C. l'. Smith Bl. l.ooram .... U f.b. .... .. .C. Black INTER-CORRIDOR BASKETBALL FIRST GAME DECEMBER 6 Mr. Bunten, 144 Mr. Henderson, 26 Griffith .... Forward ..S211lClC1'SO1'1 Evans CC.j .Forward. .Quaintance Rushmore. . . Center ........ Uler Weed ...... . Guard ..... I. Grout Coleman .... Guard. .Russell CCJ Goals: Oler, 63 Quaintanee, -Lg San- derson, 2: Russell, 1: Grimth, 1: Rush- more, 2: Weed, 23 Bowdoin, 1. Ref- eree, Peek. Timekeeper, Gamage. Time of halves, 15 minutes. SECOND GAME DECEMBER SJ Mr. Elliott, 16 Mr. Nichol, 9 A. ll. ill-lllIOll.FO1'W21l'fl.F. lelottome QCapt.j McCormick.. Forward .... Gould .lVl. Looram Gowdy Sheldon ...... Guard . . .iMCALl21ll1 EELEHCCJ . .Guard .... Clarkson T. S. Smith. .Center Goals: Bottome, 2: Gould, 25 Loo- ram, 2: lVlCAClZlIll, 1: Clarkson, 1: Hil- ton, 1: McCormick, 1: Smith 1, Goals from fouls, Hilton Zi. Referee, Mr. Jones. Timekeeper, Reed. Time of halves, 10 minutes. FIFTH GAME Cottage, 733 THIRD GAME DECEMBER 11 Mr. llunten, EJ Cottage, 4? Grifhth ..... Forward ...... Peck Evans fC.j . .Eorward. . .C. Black Rushmore. . . Center . .Goldsmith vyecd' .' ' l . . .Guard. .C. P. Smith liowdom l Coleman A. l , , G Gmssim . ..Gua1d .... 011 Goals: Peck, 93 Orr, 6: Goldsmith, 3: Black, 2: Griffith, 2: Evans, 1: Smith, 1: Gross'ius, 1. Goals from foul, Evans 1. Referee, Mr. Jones. Time- keeper. Gamage. Time of halves, 15 minutes. FOURTH GAME DEC. 13 Mr. Elliott, 5 Mr. I-Ienderson, 4? A. R. Hilton. .Forward. .Raymond McCormick.Forward . . .Hayward T, S. Smith. .Center ...... .. .Oler Sheldon ..... Guard. . .I. Grout 551521195 .Gum-fi. .Russell gen Goals: Russell, 10: Raymond. 4: l-layward, 3: Oler, 2: Grout, 1: Hilton. 1: McCormick, 1. Goals from foul, Hilton 1. Referee, Mr. Jones. Time- keeper, Reed. Time of halves, 15 and I0 minutes. DEC. 15 M r. Nichol, 17' Orr fCapt.j .Forward . M. 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F. GOLDSMITII B. H. HfXI.L B. JANES M. T. LOORAA1 I-I. RICRETT XV. S. VON BISRNUTII C. WILSON 113 N "lJon't mention tha wolzrl Bed to nu. A again. "lieu-. this non do: wu'1'c no rch u and ln L-sides. youu. '1 bishop E" ony iluzu' Iiis FINALE OF .XCT II "WHAT HAPPENED TO JONES" x va. 'g .ui-i:f:i.m:..Li5n512aL.auluaian:nx4,.,. "ny:-- - ',' -"' " 'X U ' ni. Aff' " ' . 5 -xiq li f 'f - i x K W ff 4,,..--""""f'..,T l , X1 4 'i i r ' '-,X i is tx. Q- ' 1 A x c.iAml:fxUi.'14:Rs X 3 x Q X Qu order of appcamncci X il, lzbenczcr Goodly, Il pro- N ii ' fessor of lllHlUlI11y .......... -I I Wll.Ll.xm.S. x'oN lh-:l:NU'ru X E Mrs. Matiicln Goodly, his wife.. YN FR.xNc'lcs B, DICAN .P Marjorie, his clnughtcr ......... . H.'xuol.n Riviqi-:'r'r 5 Richard Hczithcrly, Cll1.fZlgCf.i to 'HQLI ' her .... .. .. ..... M.x'rmf:w Looluxl ,li,?.j2'j , Q Halma, Swcrlish SCl'VZlllt-j.fil'l .... if-,dffiiiir ..- f f ,- J. S'1'1cm.1N4: I-1fxl.s'1'm11 AQ4'3g5vjf:,".Q Cissy, Ei7CllUZCl"S ward. . Il. H. HALL :if Via, Mincrvzx ............... jxmzs Gmc:-:N f,'i.'3 jx Alvina Starlight, Mrs. Goodly's J Sl ff.. , sister ......... G,xNsoN G. DIQPIQXV ,"'. 1, , jones, who travels for :L hymn- X NY book l1ouscW1csI.iaY M. Owzle, ju. -,fr ' 'f X' i llolclcr, :L policeman ............ is X ','X - ' A fLIN'I'0N R. U1..xc'14, ju. 'iw iXl1tonyGoo1lly, liishopof iilliiilfilt I ' L Q R,u.1fu RUSIIMORIE ,Q 'AQWKO xyiiiilllll liigxhcc, am inmate of the ffl ' ' szumtorium ............ ...... 9 'f' T, linxslniaielvm GoLnsMl'rl1 ' Henry l"ullcr. supcrintcmlc11t'of - W N thc szmzitorium.. ..... ....... I 5 THon.xs S. .-Xxnmzws i 5 I 1 - ' X ' '17 ml if nl ' --"-':7':----1 ' ' X i I gf, .":Lg- S -5 ,r I I, fl V , . !fflii..WlHZ1fs.1.g ' , y 41 I .kg771i3.?J:Ji-.E'?gv- ' gf V 'J v U 'egg flifmwmlfifflfullliliffa153 A4 ,i ,Zz , EM A-zieassf-""f:. -s 'f 1 1. E ,I -rv: ' . in . l - l' V 4 smw'+Ev9irfsJl'w Q- f 4. n I - Qz,Z,ff,g!gag-1?,:" fgg .,..., i ii i -. - V- Q f E ii - - .P 1 -J sf' L' 115 A ff? IEUWYIIIU HW .EQ 5.5. ,,.. ,.', .4-,'. 2 .. ,.,5:fl.5., 3.31.1.A,f,-L,-Q.:,Q'7ji,Q11 ga .-. 12411-'75 PAWLINC- CLUB I. II. C.xRx . .. A f' VT. L. COTE ....... M. M. MUNSILL .... ...... ......... AT YALE. ....... . . ......... Vice- President President Secretary and Treasurer 19172 ACADEMIC L. COTE, '08 1912 S. E. P. BAILEY, '09 J. B. CARY, '09 B. W. DROUILLARD, 'OS R. B. IQELSEY, '09 W. O. XVATERS, ex-'OS S . H. C. KNOw1.1zs, '09 J. A. LAUTZ, '09 C. H. MCCREIQRY, '09 R. SWAN, '09 C. D. YOUNG, '09 D. B. FERGUSON, '10 1913 R. H. SUSSDORFF, 210 1914 S. S. F. D. O. ARMSTRONLQ, '11 J. S. BULLOCK, '11 J. I-I. CARLL, JR., '10 H. E. CARY, JR., '11 J. VV. CLARK, '11 H. W. COWAN, '11 D. VV. DANHQLS, '10 M. B. FLYNN, '11 F. GERKEN, '11 J. I'IUNT, '11 R. M. LOWE, '11 C. F. LUFKIN, '11 M. M. LXIUNSILL, '10 E. SEWALL, '11 R. C. SIMPSON, '11 D. E. SNOW, '10 1.911 ACADEMIC ' K. H. CLARP 116 jf 5' . mgigmxu l K ' -.. R T . ,....-.'.'...t.'.,.-.J I vi '..4 .-...wil ,'l- I ' - F 4 ' " 5 I: lxjl V t - 4 . it-53,1 " , I hz, .rj 'V :fu :4:5':1'fl 3 x-' -: '. - 1.555 4 Q an 1 3.21. 1" Tl , V,-j,.,'g'i. ,j,:':g L, j:.g:.1j ' ' r .- H lvii ' -dx, I1 Q X . . 1 1 PAWLING CLUB AT WILLIAMS C. Bfxcmz UTLEV ....... ....... . President :HENRY W. BANKS III. .... ............ X 'ice-President ART1-IUR L. BUNNELI. .... ....... ..... S e cretary and Treasurer 1 9 1 ek Rc JBERT j EW 1-:TT Rolslclvr 1'. S'1uxA'rs XVu,1.1,xm 11. TURNER 1915 A1a'rllU1: UUNNELL l'l.x1zor.n SPRING 117 VIEWS AROUND SCI-IGOI.. xx' MHSCELLFMNIY 4 , y'N. I ,! , 'ilk 'U " '- .5:?f:'23i9' li ff-59 - . A!-Li ff . L 7-' " K ,. . Q 31' ., . X ,... 5- .... . .E . . ' - 1 . f ff.-3': 'iff .. 51 ' 'lflglzlf 12,25-1. L. if X 4. Y, ,-1.1. 1- . ,J ...- ,,.- 'x11,i,5...7.-Elxir 4- ...- -- .- ,I . - , - THE FUSSERS' CLUB Motto: "Lowa bvtter is than flllllfu O E F I C E R S VVESLEY M. OLER, JR ..... ....,.. I Jresiclent C. POWERS SMITH EDGAR V. ULLR1C11 C. P. SMITH ..... RALPH RUSHMORE C. R. BLACK, JR.. EDGAR V. Ul.I.liICII C. B. VVEED ....... XV. M. OLER .... A. M. M1LnURN. . . J. C. l3LAuK ..... T. W oonwix RD .... L. GoULD . .... F. ll. DEAN .... MEMBERS VVould-he Members . . . . . . . . .Vice-President . .Secretary and Treasurer . . . .thc l1CZl.l't-lJl'CZlliCl' . . . .thc bold cavalier . . . .thc girls' delight . . . .thc scientific Hirt . . . . .the cozy-corner Hirt . . . . .the natural fusser . . . .the faithful husbancl ... . . . . .thc heavy lover thc pride of thc ballroom the social whirl P ? P P . . . .... piazza squeozer ALLEY CL.xR1csoN, DONNEI.T.I2X' G.x'rL1xG 121. Q A 52 Q THE 1912 1 K Ima -r .C , -. .. , fi? . . .. y, , E I Ieiiiiiee is . .. , 1 ie I ' ye.iI i Ii I 1 . eyi 'V .-f.1- - -1-' - ,.gl,1?.5,..1-,fjbiy .- -. .1 ,, I - --- L THE SIMPLE UNION Motio: Ielflzvnv iw ara, I'4'UA'0llI is noi. Ifouncled in the yezu' .1910 II. C. by Aldenus Iiimballo, the Great Cnow retiredj. O If .If .I C 'I' I Grzmcl Klastel' of Simplicity .... Keeper of the Great Seal.. R Ii G L7 I, A R M DERICK I.. IiO.'XRIDM.X'N CARI. A. j.'x1zEc1K1 D. LANE BOARIIMAN C. ALEX.-xNnER JARIQCKI EIS .......jo11N Hlclcs .............ADDISON FURDYCE E M I3 I2 R S C. A. .I.XRI'X'.Kl ID. I.. I3oix1zDMAN CARI, A1.Ex,xNDER 'jmuzcici Dmucu L.-XNIE Bo,x1mM.AxN LIFE MEMBERS The HON. DIERICK LIo,xR1'nM,xN and the I-ION. CARL JARECKI 123 7 ,, if N: '- ,Q Lf' ' " f-if x Z ' " 2 i'm" X if fZ 1 'A A ' ' V wif' n A 1, .Mx : Y f ff X9 ' f A ' , 1, 'f F11 ff f. ' W fi? f Q N - f' Ly- X - I-fl A L ' . ,fb , . - ,V-, f -, ., , Nf A r M ' 151 f ' x, ., , , X , , fa ' - - WA wfww - W ff , M ' L jff, ,Lim XL if "A, 5 - ,f I V3 X ' 1 J, fill' 1,4 ,, iw I If, 173, f 5 'n 1' A R' Y- Q I W . i X - 74, rf, 1 f ,Y H x'Ti5 1 . , ' ll ,ls f U V", A' Q' '- fl W, vf'XW. 'N J- 1' EKA 'fx' K fx I , 4 k r Lf fxxx f ., ll 'N' p XY Lfw--2, , 7- X 5 i , 45 ala ' .- 'P . "2 a x ,X AJA bA , Q h I X , Qi V ff' -x " fi'-' 2' 714, - ' 7 Eff! W I -Ai' ,, L 1 , X :X , ik -Ish ff rw I . xg zjl 3 :S -" , 4 L ..-F W" f ?753"'V4f A ' g, --- . - .,. ... . -1 ' ,. f-4 - . 1,1 , .n.,1'!- f. .f ,- Q ' " 1 ' I If . 'ff-uhh I W 3 .fi , will 1 ' " 'lll H' ' 'I " ' gf f ANN :WML H111 1 jl'QHD"'f'7 4 , -1 ,.rj?f,' V "- -?N?3kW41 , . 'Y 'f,, IITIUTIUIJ f H15 U' l 2L':.LLw -,. A AA TR A e 1 A RRc RiA THE EATING CLUB Motto: "Our stomarlns' will Alnakv what's homely saffory."" JIM BLACK. . . . . .King Glutteno the Great GOLDSMITH.. ...... Second in command ARMSTRONG ..... ............. Prince Bacchus SNYDER ..... DEAN .... . . . .Chancellor of the Chop-sticks . . . .Habitue of Cafe des Enfants DEPEW .... .................... . ........ S peed King' MR. E .............. . ."Don,t give up the ship" Cthe dining-roomj CHAPTER ALPHA .... ................... . ........ ' K-liIT1,SH CHAPTER OMEGA .... .... t he dining-room 125 N F T ' N Q5 . f g Q . 2 au x, X X K "" X xg., K l X 's'I'AR'0F g:-T-ez: . V is N wi 1 Bos1'ouAnuucAus D N .::::':::'1 s:l:-1 1?."2"Z'2L.,TSL' QT U Q! X K , X, K X S2c:.:'::::.1rX fs X T..- 4 X T T: - - Q ma 'X 1 WH, i mH 1 , V M gli X f 'Z Fw ff? Z JZQ 4Fm"Q'?! if Xi M MTW 22- J F. J SHI , 5 I SLEEPING BEAUTIES E,-xg "' "4 '-'-V' l 1 .1.'41 -lrfpjggi gg-.mtg-p'.-1-.51jx. "f:11 T l l tll ,.lfs,i lllt l1l SLEEPING BEAUTIES RAYMOND Rownom .... .............. . ..The Sleeping Beauty HIS REASTS Rol:ER'r RENllflC .... ...... . ........ .... ' l The Ground-hog' jonN G. ALLEY. . . . . ....... The Owl JOHN CULLINAN ............................... ...The Pussy Cat lfxpellecl for never sleeping THE SIXTH FORM CORARTDOR Object of the Society to sleep thirty hours a clay T. FRED llol.nsM1'ru Expellecl for dropping shoes all night over everyonc's heads Newly aclmittecl 'FLOYD Cl'..fxRKsoN Recominenclation : Absolute proof that he turns night into clay and clay into night. 127 IIIIIIIIJIIU frm ll it I 5 APPLICABLE QUOTATIONS "Ye Gods, what have we l1e1'e"-"C11,x1"' DIQWING "Things equal to the same things are equal to each other"-DECKER and GATLING "XVl1at fools these mortals be"-C. CULLINAN and IVICCORMICK "Above thenpitch. out of tune, off the hinges"-IVIUSICAL CLUBS "TO wed or not to wed, that is the question"--C. P. SMITH "None but an author knows an author's tI'0lllJl6S,,-SCROLL BOARD "Truly a ladies' pet: I know it by his style"-C. lil..-XCK1, JR. "I am not in the roll of common men"--J. BIJXCK "A man that loves to hear himself talk, and will speak more in a minute than he will stand in a IUOIIIIIH-GOLDSMITII "SO much in love with himself and without a rival"-D. CHAMBERS "Sober, steadfast and KICHIIIFCU-RUSIIMORE "'Dollars, SS, S, Sill,-l'IAS'l'1NE "VVhat am I, or from XVl1CI1CC,,-KIMIS:XI.I. "If we could see ourselves as Others see USU-BAILEY and BOWDOIN "But lo, what nymphs are these P"-C. BLACK and VON BERNUTH "Perhaps he'll grow"-Evixzvs "Even wit's a burden if it talks too long"-E. 'ULLRICII 'ATO do nothing is in every man's power"-JARECKI Hlgnorance never settles a question"-GATLING "I am a jew else, an Ebrew Jew"-OLER "The first thing we do, lets kill all the lawyers''-G1u1r1fI'rH "Speech is greatg but silence is gl'C21lICl'U-I?ANCI'IER "We talk little if we do not talk about 0lll'SClVCS,,-XION BERNUT1-I "We must eat to live, not live to eatl'-lllxrmzv 128 THE 1912 KGFIKIHIJ 1 U' g Q10 tw 5-E--- Z' 231: 4,.- 1.A, -.'. . ? in b' "A'f f wil .lg I li Lei? , "- 5 fgifz itr ,"- r. fgi-5 4 Eff. it V1 '-'-' .1-ff' 3'f.fii3,Qi,i," JV i - l"i5i:lQ'ii-1 -".' 1.11 ' i . ,Yu 'POPULAR PLAYS "The fiirl of My Dreams". .. "As Zl Klan Thinksl' ..... f'NVhen Sweet Sixteen". . . i'The Million" ........ T111 uljc ax . . . .Ttlixlaulm lQIC'KE'I"l' ....Rl1c. llxunox R. l.h..xc1: MONEY Nm' Mxmc in' 'I'Ill2 liJR.XM.X'l'IC Cum ........ lelmllc Fiwsi' eggy ............ ....................... "The Quaker Girl". . . "Little Boy Blue" .... "The Little Millionaire" . "llunty Bulls and Strings". . . "Disraeli" .. . "Kismet" . 'Kllen-llur" .. "Officer fiti6', ...... .. HA lilRD or P,xR.xDrsE".. "Bought and Paid For".. "A lVhirl of S0eiety".. "The XKVOINZIIIH . . . . . "The Talker" .. . "Over the River" .... .. "The Man from Cooksn.. "The Wfall Street Girl" .. 'KThe Rose Maid" 129 .......J,xm1cs GRIEEN . ..W1I.r.xM' T. BROWN . ..TlmRNic 'l7oNN1aI.LEY . . . .FLOYD Cmulcsox .. jcnm LILRICII ...Louis Smma .....joHN 1-llclis . . . .Mit ltI1zND12RsoN . . . .DURNO C11,xMmzRs HAM S.xNDw1cf1I Tun Mm-YEAR DANCE R. l-I. I'IALL .. ..,LxM1zs C. BLACK .........SNx'D1:R ..........BATLEY ....-TOIIN CULLINAN ..."SP11c12" HERNIER in uscm it t .Dllfllll Lfliamlmers' llaii' get musseml? im lilaek cliclii'L fuss? ,lxiclcell llunlcecl a recitation? lilaulx ll, illflll l lnealx up Lcmgless. ,lfaiielier slarterl a "l'Ullgll-l1lll1SCU? Hlilllllllllll 'I'lurl:e" wasn't intrmlueerl into everx' Senate meeting? Von llermilli and jareelci ceasecl to sing? Renielc stopped eating? The l'l1ysics Class passecl an exam? Mr, lleilclerson was late in taking' the breakfast list? Mr. Ilunten gut marriefl? 130 lflllllllllll t lv l 5 4 " g .- 1-.. .,-, --.,-.. r -.,-- ,'. .'.' .-:. g, .',:,-:-:. ' I ..,i '.II.I'y I .S 44.. 11, ,.!.b f V , l g, f.l 1 THEl912 i'iQ?f?l li f? September October November MEMORABILIA School opened. First football practice. Reception for Mrs. French. Football-l'awling, 52g Rutgers ljrep., 0. Meeting of Athletic Association. School picture taken. Golf and tennis tournaments started. 1football- l'awling, ll, Wfest Point lingineers, 3. Football-l'awling, Og Yale Tlllfl, 6. Golf team defeated by Lawrenceville. Pawling Society organized. Football-l'awling, Og Yale Freshmen, 21. Tennis team defeated. Last scrimmage before Hotchkiss game. First snow. Founders Day. School went to Hotchkiss. Football-l"awling, Og Hotchkiss, 14. Inter-corridor football teams organized. Football-Pawling, 63 Penn. Freshmen, 15. llflr. Underhill presented "Rip Van Winklef' Collar night. Inter-corridor football-Thunderbolts, Og Mr. Hender- son's and Mr. Jones' corridors, 6 Inter-corridor football-Mr. Nichols, 115 Mr. Elliot, 0. Inter-corridor football-Mr. Nichols, ti, Mr. Jones and Mr. Henderson, 6. R Football-School, Og Cottage, 0. 131 November lim IDD fgrnq f W at ' lil-A 'Tas " if ' " ' ' ' " " '1 ' ? ' 4357. 'v,zi. 1. - .': - f-1-:UI -Q . ' . , ' K 'Ziff z '..:: ,V V, f., . W.. 1 f- f - 4:-Q21 V A-,gif ,. ' A . 3 18 18 -1 20 20-230 December January 2-I. 25 'J 5 5 G 9 9 11 13 15 16 17 ,39- liirst meeting of Senate. Cake Wlallc. Cement wall linished back of the school. First call for Dramatic Club candidates. llam braced. lfirst meeting of thc llouse, Nr. Adrian l'latt, lcgerdcmanian. Dec l Tlianlcsgiving recess. Paxvling School Association dinner. System of eliminating exams adopted. lfirst snow sforlll. Inter-corridor basketball--Mr. Henderson, 263 Mr. Bun- ten, 'l-l. lnter-corridor basketball-Rlr. Nichols, lfig Mr. Elliott, 9. School received invitation to Mr. Anderson's wedding reception. Inter-corridor basketball-Cottage, 4-'25 Mr. Bunten, 9. Inter-corridor basketball-Mr. flflenderson, ll-25 Mr. El- liott, 5. Inter-corridor basketball-Cottage, 235 Mr. Nichols, 17. Lecture on the Panama Canal by Mr. Munson. 20-jan. 10 Christmas vacation. 11 16 19 20 20 20 27 27 Detention ceased, and marks began. Mrs. Anders4on's reception. Basketball-Pawling, 17g Princeton 2nd, 27. Hockey-Pawling, 3g Princeton Freshmen, 1. Amateur prize Fight in the "gym" Gun team defeated by town team, 188-158. Archdeacou Spurr's annual address. Hockey-Pawling, 55 Harstrom, 2. 132 January 27 .l U ,f l - Q f 1 "E ff' ' ' -F: 'Vi ?':I.,.' 1 . - ' -.-. f5.' i"j1f l 1 ' N -',4 " "" I". I. h , "-'r.'- ""' ,' ','i'r'S-'-." ApLflL:+5i:msI'- " ..,. -Xi: It w, -'...-.,'.- L Lecture on Labrador and Newfoundland by Mr. North- rup. February March April GO l-l JU -Al-ll-1 -.flK'JC'fC"Q-QQCOP-1 171- 1'1- i si ren fa-2 :ave 23 G 12 14 16 19 22 28 11 12 13 Basketball-Varsity, 37, Faculty, 27. Basketball-Pawling, 525 Danbury Shield Club, 18. First bouts of the boxing club. Capt. jack Crawlordls talk. llasketball-l'awling, 273 Riverview, el-2. Medal Gun shoot. IBasketball-l.'awling, '26, Dean Academy, 58. liaslcetball-.l'awling, 135: Yale lireshnien, 213. lglaslcetball-Pawling, 505 Eraslnus, 38, Measles. ISaslcetball-Pawling, 2515 Peelcskill, 123. lloelcey-I'awlingg 5, Kent, fi. First battery practice. Ilaslcetball-l'awling, 728, Wfesleyan 2nd, 27. Ilaslcetball-I'awling, 1713 Taft, 'Z-I-. Ci-un team defeated town team. Hoclfey-l'awling, Jig Nichols, el. Dain broke. .lfolk songs by illr. Ferguson. Track candidates called out. l'rize speaking, 'lth lform. Championship gun shoot. House defeated Senate in annual debate. Leland Powers presented HSllZ1llQ'I'Z'llIll.H April S Easter Vacation. First performance of "XVhat Happened to Jones." Annual dance. Second performance of "lVhat Happened to jones." 133 April May June iuriif 5' H111 l Q M1912 i-'ii mmf iw 25.5-1-- '..1.j E- " ' 'QW II-.'-,'f."Q-L".k'f'.".f,'i'-'ri 26 fffi s Q 1i ' -:Fi-'Ji' "IM" V ' -i"f:'i' ij if.-if ...::i' ' -'21 ' 71 0 7255. .V 1. . ff, za I :Aria Q W' :,:-my - I -' . -' ,- ,Q ' V ' 13 llaseball-Pawling, 1 5 Fordham 2nd, 6. 16 Baseball-Pawling, 03 Dean Academy, 11. 20 Baseball-Pawling, 3 5 Penn. Freshmen, 8. Track team took fourth place at N. Y. U. Meet 20 23 25 27 29 -May 23 Inter-Class Meet. 30 1 llaseball-Pawling, 125 Riverview, Golf-Pawling, 5, lVilliams, 6. llaseball-Pawling, 85 N. Y. M.. A., First appearance of white trousers. Baseball-I'awling, 0, Kent, S. 4 llaseball-Pawling, G3 Morristown, 4 Golf-Pawling, 95 Alumni, 0. 11 14 llaseball-Pawling, llaseball-Pawling, 03 Hotchkiss, 8. 205 Eastman, 0 16 JS 22 25 30 1 Baseball-wl.'awling', g Holbrook, . llaseball-Pawling, 05 Hotchkiss, S Baseball-Pawling, ,Yale 2nd, . Baseball-Pawling, gAl1Stars, . 3 Baseball--Pawling, gTaft, . 4: Golf-l'awling, 5 lflarstrom, . 8 Prize Speaking Contest. 9 'Baccalaureate sermon. 10 Baseball-Sixth Form vs. School. 11 Graduation. 134 Track Meet-Pawling vs. Hotchkiss. Golf-Pawling, 9, Lawrenceville, 0. 0. Ilaseball-Pawling, fig Yale Freshmen, 8. 3 . Dance ig Qs : V ,177 ,lp-As 2- 2, f--: ff- -1 gi f, ,:x I . I Q Vigwrffif f-gy., -'f 4, 1-Zh-14 'W "k,,. ----..zwe. ,I A- I, 4 W , "M Q P! Q5fsf'?m E+? . ffff 51 'lu , l9i?jA'?SZii351lf'f?' ' V' I A-1 I 2 :4' ?ff:L'ZiiT - 5 :lp ir fi " . til, -Wi, WA W W .. " ' - -- nr THE END ' Qlllass 45112 1912 Tune of HI UFC!" Above C"r3'l'9U'-' Wlmimu We the class of nineteen twelve I have Far above the mists and shadows Of the verdant plain, Towering' high old Pawling stands here Firm through wind and rain. F1Rs'r CHORUS Rage the tcmpcst, lower thc storm clouds, Let the thunder roar: Massive still as if in the sunshine Stands she evermore. II n Here, all-mingled, toils and pleas- ures Have around us swirled Till she now hath judged us Fit to Stand and face the world. FIRST CHORUS N Toiled through clouds and sung We are trained to run life's course, through This short race thatls won. FIRST CHORUS IV Have we failed? Have we suc- ceeded? VVe leave you to tell. May old Pawliug gain by our Success Or loss-"Farewell!" SECOND CIIOURS Raise the chorus, let the halls shake As we make it swell. Now through tears and smiles of hope We bid you all "Farewell!" 41 ff 7- ,2 Zh , 5 f ffm Zgrifgv isis, To J'oA!d S x5..q BMS f SH.!i'1-uf - '. A? .fu H7 ,cmmrf ,A '.4. E .X FFOFUCV' r , It WW ETP, A AL HQMV' Q -A Jnqfes QA Mxfy mx vvimff , X in ll N bl -X awww , J V -- N I inn. ,sr-' , 3' . ' J 1 x , -. - . A J 31.-1' : Q P H 3-if fffl- g if ,, l xi- A H f S N ? i Ch 1 umm mf rf 1... v .-N X 5022? N K 9' 1 7, lhhgnvvnw ,XX QQ -'th N" in M ' 4 . X 'K fl HIE' ' qllnx X-Ik 'e I Uma If XV: .1 , a . ,- SX xxx I "f',, 'A mg,-M W,.w ,Wm . LI U NWN wwf . fm-11 W W nu 4 1 N' 'XX X- nw H1 . ' " " pw J j W JV , 2 , , N- -- V 'wifi , 5. 4 ' ff E Anffwf -J. -- N I7 E.: Jinx 2 ' 2- "' .V ESTABLISHED IBIS at SLQEJLIKNIG Aentlemmf? minliig vhs, BROADWAY coR.TWENTY-SECOND ST. naw vonn. Spring Styles in Clothing, Furnishings, etc., and Shoes for Men and Boys MEDIUM TO HIGHER PRICED PATRONIZED BY THOSE WHO WANT THE BEST LuxuriouslyAppointed Superbly Horsed Perfectly Equipped Scientitically Instructed Glass Lounszing and Smoking Rooms directly on the "ARENA" Tea is served at "MUSIC RIDESH afternoons four to six . ,gl Yi ,T ' W . .5'4ll?5'f' Special Accommo- "' ' 55' Concert dation for Ladies L -,,' 'A' Receptions and Children xX5 bQQv Afternoons end '-3-. ilu Evenings 1 4 1 , A Er is fs Q -I x : R 0 d e 'I . SKATE 8 d Il H m g Trade Mllrk. The largest, most sunny and delightfully attractive Dressing Rooms and "ARENA" in the world. Perfect Valet and Maid Service WM. DURLAND, Pres. Amxxaxr TURNER, Treas. ALBERT DECERNEA. Sec'y and Gen'l Mgr. SIXTY-SIXTH STREET AT CENTRAL PARK WEST . . HOLMES Sporting Goods Fishing Tackle AGENTS FOR A. G. SPALDING 8: BROS. Up-to-date Shoes and Oxford Ties Hunting Shoes and Rubber Boots CUSTOM MADE TAILORING DEPARTMENT SATISFACTION GUARANTEED Complete line of Gent1emeu's Furnishings H. A. HOLMES Pawling, N. Y. Huw 4 x 0 Af , . H i X0 Y. ky A I, f f f I - 1" , ,Q s i.. A A x K. , - - V . ,Vg-' -Sq mr, M., . fx K ,ff V -izfz,-1.-ff:"'19"' BLANC MANGE and other desserts, to be Rich and Delicious, should be prepared with BORDEN'S 3 EAGLE BRAND i CONDENSED MILK The Original and Leading Brand since ISS7. we If Send for our book of80 e s fine recipes. f MILK co. ,J rj' "Leaders of Quality " K .L Qi New York x N , -t--ji, "fx an- . time ,sf Liv an.: omni? . ,5 xx: .,,, , M.. t"Ix..n-'rv unnmhm. mm-x """'p Qgbg - if BORDEN'S CONDENSED sXE, ,, 33 5 'Q ir- 14. I-:rzwtu mal 'md x""-ff"""i'1f'Jif'.'fI.5i.'i1l:'i5 "' 'On I -:vi l ,rf "'m'm1,':irn"' NARA , N X The Commonwealth Shoe 8: Leather Co. BOSTON, MASS. Factories: Whitman, Mass. Gardiner and Skowhegan, Me. Makers of OSTONIANS Famous Shoes for Men 53.50 S4-.00 54.50 55.00 ALL THE LATEST STYLES AND LEATHERS Agents for NV. SL A. K. JOl1USiZO11lS Maps and Globes Everything for the School Room Printing and Engraving' a Specialty Peckham, Little 8: Co. SCHOOL AND COLLEGE SUPPLIES 57-59 East 111:11 St. NEW' YORK Telephone, 2416 Stuyvesant I ESTABLISHED 1878 --ffl' i s ' fw-, ii. -"1 A'Ll'g3L agisz-:1it1e::La:.fif--.. 5 . if SETRIBUNE BUILDING, 1 ' W N "il r it 1 f P age s T-. -3 1-3 n Efficient Advertising Service We maintain a complete ad- vertising organization for manu- facturers, wholesalers, retailers and mail order houses. Selling campaigns planned for national products and local stores. Newspaper and magazine ad- vertisements written, illustrated and placed in representative me- diums. Catalogues and booklets de- signed, compiled and printed. An experience of thirty-four years in agency work is at the service of our clients. Correspondence zkzfvizea' N0 cfzczrgejha C07ZJ'Z4!fdfZ.07Z K. E. BUNNELL, President W. E. BUNNELL, Vice-Pres. and Treas. G. L. FOOTE, JR., Sttretary ' Buffalo ancl Susquehanna Coal and Coke Co. Miners and Shippers of Unexcelled Bituminous Coal Mines at Sagamore, DuBois and Onondaga, Pa. Total capacity of all mines 15,000 tons daily General Offices 950 Ellicott Square Buffalo, N. Y. This space reserved for the .... Ulutk Shop G. W. STEWART Jeweler and Optician Post Cards, Souvenir Goods, etc. Fine Repairing a Specialty PAWLING, N. Y. T. P. BIRDSALL, M. D. PAWLING, N. Y. oi-Fics nouns. s-9 n. m. 1 nr :sri-rom 5-71'-"L CONNLCTION summvs: 8.30-10.00 n. GEO. W. STOCK TONSORIAL PARLOR First-Class Hair Cutting and Shaving Special Attention to Transient Guests PAWLING, N: Y. Telephone 1021 Madison Square Wright 8: Williams TAI LO RS 227 FIFTH AVENUE NEW YORK Between 29th and 30th Sts. Opposite Holland,House sAo LA The only Odorless, Non-Poisonous and Colorless DISINFECTANT and GERMICIDE No odor on earth Saola will not destroy FOR SALE BY ALL 'DRUGGISTS A. L. NEWCOMB Cw07Zf7'6l6'f07Afb7" the .f4w7Z2f0 Rockwell Clzzezf F0zma'afz'0n PAWLING SCHOOL PAWLING, N. Y. -. O. S. DONALDSON --- DRUGGIST l DRUGS, CHEMICALS AND TOILET REQUISITES PRESCRIPTIONS CAREFULLY COMPOUNDED PAWLING, NEW YORK Agent for I-IUYLER'S Candies, from whom we receive a fresh lot every Week Also HORTON'S lce Cream used in all our Soda Water Drinks and Sundaes W. A. I-IUTCHESON 8: CO. IMPORT - EXPORT 78 WALL STREET NEW YORK Vlll Telephone Connection D. H. APPLEBEE Dutcher House and Mizzen-Top LIVERY, SALE, BOARDING AND EXCHANGE STABLES. AUTO. MOBILE SERVICE IF DESIRED. SPECIAL ATTENTION TO WED. DINGS, FUNERALS, ETC. -:- .:. Everything is New and in First-Class Order. The ScI1ooI Patronage is SoIIcitecI ALSO ICE BUSINESS IN TOWN OF PAWLING WM. J. CAREY Fine Fruits and Confectionery Stationery and Cigars OPP. DEPOT PAWLING, N. Y. Fred. B. Dalzell Sc Co. TOWING ami TRANSPOR TA TION 70 South Street NEW YORK Telephone Connections SCI-IOENIG 8C CO. Upfzkiafzy KODAKS AND PHOTO SUPPLIES Developing and Printing, Enlarging 503 Fifth Avenue WM. T. CHAPMAN Fashionable STATIONERY and PERIODICALS NEW YORK Post Office Pawling, N. Y. Northeast Corner Entrance on 42d Street I" C. 'i'Alll!.il,D. DUILHI R Prcsiiligii. W. Cimsn. 1ZYlx'cc2l'1:siclvlxl lffglnicr H ?,rlil'Vioc-Ilizregiilislit Jlllseit. Clliglxllti: The National Bank of Pawling i. PAWLING, N. Y. CAPITAL and SURPLUS J9200,000 Iuurut allowed on Sper1?:IDeyfa.rit.r. Open from 9 f1.M. to 3 F.M. AUTOMOBILE BUILDING Broadway at 64th St. NEW YORK Coffzplhfzefzly of az Ffiena' X SAMUEL HOOPER C O M PAN Y Gracefu' and E'zzzZerer.v WHITE PLAINS, N. Y. Telephone 70 6: 471 The Chas. L. Willard Co. College Engravers cmd Printers CBI ms Bug lilrngranun illrutlyrr iilunrr lLlrngrzuun Euulumm-W Bw! Iinnrry Etr. Printers and makers of half-tones for the " Scroll " 156 FIFTH AVENUE NEW YORK CITY H. C. Carroll 81 Co. Heafzhg cmd Pfzzmbirzg C0nfmcf0r.s' hr ffzle Awfzzo Rockwell Cfzzeff F0Zl7762IdlZ.07Z PAWLING SCHOOL PAWLING, N. Y. Wenzel A. Raboch iBianu Violin Vain QBrgan M? 72 VVEST 127th STREET NEW YORK CITY N D RIN K The BEST Coffee New York Mz'!ls F. J. DIXON, Proprietor 458 GREENWICH STREET NEW YORK CITY THE HARSHAW, FULLER H GOCDWIN CO. 55 100 WILLIAM STREET NEW YORK sg Q Cleveland New Yorl' Elyria The FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF WHITE PLAINS. N. Y. Capital ---- S100,000 Surplus Profits - 93,000 YOUR ACCOUNT lNVl'l'lilJ D vm CRONlWl'Il.I..I'l'1'S. C I l'mc:un. Cnsl SU-l DEPO ll BOXI I0 RIXI TI-IOS. VALENTE Efuzk, Cofzjicfiofzery mm' Mets PAWLING, N. Y. Hotel Jermyn Absolutely Fireproof SCRANTON, PA. Xlll The Dutcher House and Cottages. PAWLING, N. 'Y. UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT Open all the year and now entertaining a limited number of guests, The Dutcher House is inaugurating a liberal policy of renovation, rearrangement and refurnishment, and will invite inspection of complete improvements. A Natural beauty and healthfulness of location, 64 miles from Manhattang easy accessibility by auto run over State Road and by parlor-car train service over the Harlem Division of the New York Central, favor Pawling as a resort hotel point, and with abundant invitation of winter as well as summer attraction give to the Dutcher House the added advantage of all-the-year operation. The table service is modeled upon experience in the most favorably known resort hotels in this country, and old patrons ot the house as well as new friends may be well assured of well trained, attentive service in all departments. Correspondence is invited by the management and will receive prompt and courteous attention. THOMAS SIMPSON, Owner LELAND W. BLANKINSHIP, Manager N XIV Palmer 81 Singer Mfg. Co. STRONGEST BUILT CAR IN THE WORLD -fi 0- .' , 64. , s. 313 , ,iii 'lgsffrqs Q-gfssvfgff ws. -ww W' v 4 QV Po 0 ' 1 CP A I f "Q ' , i n 1 Q Cleanlinesslof Linen g if 2 llierfectlogi 1n F1n1sh 5 +V ' nf' If T rompt ervice- f i V Result, Satlsfied Patrons. This is the end which it is ji- tv W, our constant endeavor to HX' 'Q-ii i-Z'5"- wr W4 3 L Z' - W' ' New TM Rrrr attam. ,. -5 , '4 . .Vx Eff? Xxaw L.4l'YRNIM'I' THE DANBURY TROY LAUNDRY CO. DANBURY, CONN. E. F. FULEY Q9 PI-IUTOGRAPHER to PAWLING AND HOTCHKISS 1912 164 FIFTH AVENUE, NEXV YORK CITY The Salts Textile Mfg. Co. Manufacturers of all Grades SILK VELVETS SILK, MOHAIR AND SEAL PLUSHES SEALETTL2 AND SALTISX FURS Mills: BRIDGEPORT, CONN. Salesroom : 96 SPRING ST., NEWNYORK Duplex folding Automobile Pail pail. Perfectly rixzid when open 'md mu be folded up and car vied in the tool box Has Sl heh Zll'1l'd strainer 'ind spout Water from any pond or brook strained clean enough to drink PRICE. 52.00 I .f.1',Z'7"" ' I wmv awk! No. 5-Folded, Double Manufactured only by THE PLANET COMPANY 177 No. Elm Street WESTFIELD, MASS. - 1 -.,, . . ,iw!S3vl1x,...-...-. :1. -31 0 cab fares When the train arrives at the Grand Central Station your journey is ended. Right across the street stands the G R A N D U NIO N H OTE L one of the best hotels in America. The extravagant charges for cabmen are not for you. You walk across the street, give your checks to the clerk, and make yourselfcomfortably at home. The Grand Union is convenient to everything of interest. There is more of comfort than ol glitter about it. lt is a hotel of the first class, but the rates are moderate. European Plan, 51.00 a day and upward. " How to Know New York," our complete 136-page guide book, sent free on receipt ol three 1 ents postage. FORD 6: SHAW, Props. l I ' Used by U. S. Silnal Corps GENEVA 15. Sup e rior Binocular Express Paid Our Handsome Book : "The Near Distance" Ng. K , sent: FREE on request ' lta rnxnznifyimz pmri-r, ilulil vu-iv. und vlvnrlwnu R' ' 55' nl' cloilmtmn in suldmn ' errnulc-il. R Bent !orS1b, rexprmia pnid. If not sautrsfzmtory rc-turn p X nt uur1'Xm-lnw. New rr-funfl your l , ' money. Alsnnt rlenloru' . f 'xl ' Linden St ' Geneva 0 tlca . ' . P I C0 Geneva, N. Y. r ' .s Alsnfur sale by - ' ' unsrow, Giulia opnenl vo. cxllftmo, Geneva Opclenl Co. lllfl-'I-'Al.0, N. Y., 1himnooycIm!Cu. oAkl.ANlx, u,u,., 0, 11, w.,.,q RICHMOND, VA., fi. L. llnll Ulrtlcnl Cu. l - - Q 1 xvii Goond Care Now Means Good Teeth Always i And the personal attraction of good teeth will prove a business and social advantage you can not over-estimate. Good care is more than just regular brush- ing or brushing with any kind of dentifrice- many contain gelatine, glucose. or honey, which do more harm ' f Z gf: 11 'K ,.'f, than good. DR I , Y G ' PERFECT TOOTH PO VV DER is the only dentifrice prepared for almost half a century by a doctor of dental surgery-prepared with a real understanding of the nature Ei of teeth and what they need. 1 To keep your teeth thoroughly clean and perfectly polishedg to A remove discoloration and I tartar, use DR. LYoN's , , 1 yy T B h TOOTH Powmm each P Xligldxhc-rlglifir jf ' morning and night. N . i lk :iff ouches , ' , ' 'fmfff A' -Especially at Night. Tl1isCaii xviii 1. il.. New England Lime Company D A N B U R Y CONNECTICUT Manufacturers of High Grade Building Agriculture and Hydrated LIME 4 larozzg Photographs are unsurpassed 256 Fifth Ave. Estate of james IVIoore Dealers in FINE CROCERIES rms, commas. sP1cEs, EIC. l'EZ'L2f.I?5es Winifialgsifi 215 ffififfnf fflfflff R. R. I H f.gk E Donnelley I -I -21 2 . 1 2 - 3 5' iii 'iliili U I tg: Sons I 7 CC . -llli.?i.j -71-? W ?gap1axi?'up"'jQi!llFEf l in Prlnters Binders g q li Designers Engravers 1865 1 The Lakeside Press I-1912 Plymouth Court 8: Polk St. CHICAGO Coleman MAKER of MEN'S CLOTHES 581-583 FIFTH AVENUE Between 47th 59' 48th Streets NEW YORK SANFORD 59? SANFORD H Jlilernhant Giailuts ann Zimpurters 176 FIFTH AVENUE Between 22nd and 23d Streets NEW YORKN SE EMS TO US This is I-!0illK to be the big' Base ' Ball year. We're prepared for it. Stock, Assortment, Price, Prompt and Courteous Treatment. All here ' ready and waiting. VI! TAYLOR is a BUY-XVORD among nthlelic students who want the best ,L ' BASEBALL, TENNIS. TRACK . and CAMP SUPPLIES Sum! fur 1311-p.lgL'Ifnizllog, from' Qlex. Zltaplur 8: Clin., 032525, 16 EAST 42D STREET Opp. Hotel Manhatlml NEW YORK lislzilmlixlxml 1897 WI in New Ynrk use us for lwmlqunrlvrs, In-nv r grips-ahrrc:u14l sm' hello, IJnn'1 forget Compliments of a Friend w v life, ' u T H E q ff .Qffihfc TAILORS IOI4 CHAPELSTZ New HAVEN . CONN. Our Mr. A. TUCKER at PAWLING every other week with complete line of choice fabrics. Xl C!Exn:fio1f Market D. P. FLANIGAN, Proprietor Choice BEEF, PORK, C 0 M P141 M E NTS Fish, Oysters and Clams . Wm fzff if Poultry and Game in Season 'YQ' All orders promptly delivered Terms Cash B 'ld f 1. - B IJ Smgt Egllgge '51 ' N ewrlglzffrf J Footwear .. . ' - B Cambrldg jfrank abrotbero' fifth Homme about Shop 22+ FIFTH AVENUE NEW YORK CITY N Wemple,s Cambria Window Shades will not fade, crack or Wrinkle. fllprac- tically indeslrucilible if mounted on Wemple,s rollers Jap QE. wemple Qin New York Brooklyn George S. Pearce, NLD. PHYSICIAN H7201 SURGEON F orschnerBros.Garage .gum-g.4..3..g..g..g..Q..g..g..g..g..g..g..g..g..g..g. AUTOMOBILE SUPPLIES and REPAIRS. :: Gasoline and Oils .,........,..,...........,..,..,.......,.........,....... Telephone 8 PAWLING, N. Y. Special attention to School trade Reserved for the Grove Straw I-It Manufaexturing Company X Compliments of a Friend A. G. SPALDING 81 BROS. are the Largest Manufarlurerx in Ibe World of The Spalding OFFICIAL EQUIPMENT Trade-Mark For all Athletic Sports and Pastimes QPy,DlNQe 9-'QQ are interested in Athletic ff 9, sport you should have a copy of the Spalding Cata- 'Q Y' logue. It's a complete encyclopedia of wbat'x "fQ.h.lf',f,2Sf" new in sport, and is sent free on request. is known tlmouigllinuit the Glwffwfef vf A. G. SPALDING 56, BROS. ' . 5 li NAIESIILISSST. New York WEST242D s'r. Telephone 6535 Gramercy 1 arh Hrnthvra " Makers of Photographs of Men who make History H Special rates and special attention 935 Broadway given to all Pawling students R New York Wm. T. Chapman J. A. Clark 8: Co. jfasigiunahle INVESTMENT 5tgtlUn5rP SECURITIES 1B9lfiU73lf2Il5 Banker's Trust Building Post Office Pawling, N. Y. New Y0l'k City Here is the Car that has made 1912 a "SELF-STARTER" Year- halmers There are many different kinds, but when you see the Chalmers "Self-Star!er"-repzular equipment of Chalmers "36"-you'll say its the best on the market. N.Y. Tel. 1220 JOHN VAN BENSCHOTEN 14-24 Catharine St. Poughkeepsie George Lyons Taz'l0f" : : : Cleaning isp Pressing Pawling School The Thompson Company Haberdashers, Hatters, Shirtmakers Hat Boxes and Umbrellas Opposite Town Pump, NEW HAVEN, CONN. 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