Trinity Pawling School - Scroll Yearbook (Pawling, NY)

 - Class of 1913

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P. v - ' EI R Q - 1 I I .K An QWZW Ha in L5 vb ff:2'5L2c'.,4' Q, ' 'GV Q lgrwihrni uf Ihr Enarh nf Erumrra nf Idamling, Sfvrhnnl C5112 3111. lim Eauih igummvll CErmer, EJB. 1111.3 5 Efhe iihitnrz nt' the Svrrnll, prenent thin unlume tn itz resihera, begging inimi- genre tm' ang taultn that mag haue rrept intu itz pngen, hut hnping ahnue all that theg heme nnrreheh in that mhirh hem heen the euer present aim nt' their amhitirm, rnmplete nriginailtg. 3 6 aw, SH.-. it lf' it T '- ,fl ' .ua H f f A I S . 62741 sv M , H l- i Ei H "-fu ---- - .l , ws- 'la dy! , I U CWith apologies to Brown University? Alma inater, we hail thee with loyal devotion, And bring to thine altar our offlring of praise, Our hearts swell within us with joyful emotion, Wlieii Pawling's renown in loud chorus we raise. The happiest inoinents of youth's fleeting hours We've passed 'neath the shade of these time-honored walls, And sorrows as transient as Aprilis brief showers Have clouded the glory of Pawling's dear halls. Ur, And when life's golden autuinn with winter is blending, 1' V And brows, now so radiant, are furrowed with care, fl .. l Wheii the blightings of age on our heads are descending, Rajiv wif Witli no early friends all our sorrows to share- Oh! then as in nieniory backward we wander, And roain the long vista of past years adown, On the scenes of our student life often weill ponder, ve' l J W H . And sniile as we inurniur old Pawling s renown. 7 SCROLL BOARD ',-- ,--.,,,,-. ........-Y f ' f v n ,,ff 4 I Jef ww ,L gm X y i,fV,i,,V1 ,VA x 'f' h 1 ' ,J f ww ns ' a??f3??yff", V Wg V pa 492 ,Vfftfaff ",, 5' MV' i fy f1,f,,,. , , ',gr.'5V V, " f ,elf .ggeea 7,55 , - , V 2.4 , +4 I 9 V5 9 f , He fm ' 2 yew, , mf V GV .x'9::f3"'q. f ' ,Vif"ea.',V ,," , , ,W F 'V f-JC' ,' W' 'H jW"'V'WF.. 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Y. ------ V ---------4----------------- 1393-1907 GEORGE WILLIAM ANDERsoN, AB. Master, St. Paul's School, Garden City, N. Y.. --------------------------------- 1904 1909 , 11 -Q-Q7 Aa-"fa E 1 . N K , 4 + , -:f e ' I 0621, fglfa-1 ,fra , .Sidi -Q vu. Z. --- Y , lg 1 Illi' , f- -4 : . , IL 5 - , ---, - - - ---.. , -,-. :. "" --N Gr:-QE -.:-.-"'.--" ----E51 5'---' 1-'fr-1.1-E -fs, p.',T '- 3,-H ':,' --bg.-"" 1'-f"-f""-L-.' '22,-. : -1- , -1-, ' q f. ,- -L' 1 , -'- .-- x -. - , N -." 4 :?-.- 'th-1-.-.gs 1 -' -I' .1 ' 1 1- dm -1 11 I -- f' ' fd ! - ll: Q 5 S r : I sfrfx fa-.M f A - fa, .vs ' Q A ' A Je-if wr is As 7 ' '.1 1 . '5 f . :'- '- 'Z .-- '? f L' -' - P P' W l-' -- II' 'L 1'-31' S0-f 'C'-INN f-. 1 . , .. - . . . .,,-. -., x .- 1, ,O g , 1 1, , , Q - ,. . is P.. . . - - -' : ' ' ,- - - 3, - - . - -. .. .,. -.- - -- --f v S -- . X... .o ff . 4 .- .-I -- 'H - Q -' . ' -,': -u. .1 N - ff " f 1 Y' ' -"" '-'L' P Q- fx I rn-'. -. -r I ,g K J. gc -tn. 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' Phisiology Latin, English HAROLD HAWKINS LAMENT English, Mathematics and Athletics 1 St. Paul's School, Garden City, L, I, ....,,,.,,.,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,- 19034912 REV. WILLIAM HENRY MELDRUM, A.B., B.D. Chaplain ' GEoRGE RAY HARE, M.D. School Oculist 12 3. THE SCHOOL J i PREFECTS PREFECTS A, P mihzg Iilzrir, Zlr. f, .K Civeninrb 4 1 M i Qlrzrig ZH. Qlnllinam N J 5 william CU. Zirnnm, Elf. W . , I P s 4 rd Hranria EB. Beam MAIQ A mum za. maxim, iff. ,M Y' 5 Gllaginh IG. mush 1 1 15 eq-eff XXX 1 df! up 1 1121913 xn'f'I '-- K' 4 ,fx ' iff 0- 'I ' I Gp fg- ' 1 If 5 .. I 3, ng-.-1. -ox'--1. 2? ?. I I q ,nr f- : I , 5' - '- ' H-'- - ,-U .. 11: --N3:L -L.:---. ...,-- ..--,:c-5 ::--.,,- .:::-:5-?-fx ,,1:',-'.1mg1:-- -1:2 --.:.c': 1'-I'-jf' -L-.1 '22,-. : 3- S P,-.' '11 ' if. ,f.Q.- L',:-, g - .'-' s Q-v ' .5 - -.' 4 :-".-'II 1 - -I -,1' 2 : Ak -1 5, .., 1 -r: 1: -.-xs:3.fy: : NN s.f,X if--4 : r-' ' 'IF V ".x-:L-- ' -:.'. . ' 'L 5-." -K4 ' ' :L 5" . 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'12-'13 Track Squad, Cottage Hockey Team, Editor-in-Chief of Scroll, Gun Club, St. John's Society, Mandolin Club. PRINCETON "TOM," "ANDY," ' fT1-IE FILTHY SCOT, ' Hffe siooci cz soldier io fha last ffzgki emi, A pefyfeci pafffiozf, and cz vwble f1fz'e1zci." jonson. Nun Mark fnlitg. iinternil ilinurih Zllhirm '10-ll Third Football Team, Pawling So- ciety, Dramatic Club, Gun Club, Corridor Basketball Team. 'll-12 Second Football Team, St. john's Society, Dramatic Club, Gun Club, Sergeant-at-Arms of House, Captain Corridor Football Team. '12-'13 Football Team, Vice President of Class, St. john's Society, Drama- tic Club Cast, Corridor Hockey Team, Corridor Basketball Team. PRINCETON 19 C C J 1 JOHNNY Hlfczffbf Z0 bca' and mffljf Z0 rise, fllczkes cz mam beaffbjf, and zefeaffhy, and 215656. H :UHz11nzu'unrrk, N, U. Entvrrh illifilg illurm ,ll-,12 St. JOl111,S Society, Second Baseball Team. '12-'13 Cheer Leader, Cottage Basketball Team, Cottage Hockey Team, St. Iolinls Society, Baseball Squad. YALE-SHEFFIELD X I 9 Hfhou fzwozizldkzt be g'1feczz',' An' 1205 wifhozzz' a17z6z'z'i01z. l ' . . Skczfaesjbecwfe. lmlirhitzu Ellallu, Emma. ZEIITFJIBB Fllunrih Fliurnt B '10-,ll Head Boy of Form, St. jolin's Society. 'll-'12 Head Boy of Form, St. Iolinis Society. '12-'13 Senior Prefect, President of Athletic Association, Ma- nager Baseball Team, Busi' ness Manager Havzdbook, Football Team, Editor-in- . Cliief of Phoenix. YALE 20 A S , 2. V33 'a Wu. xx, VC rx! f E 'ff QAM Mn M1 ,rc , .. 1 .QW 4 .. 1 My W., iss - 5 l " : we 1' : ,. 5 , .Q :Ea x SE: 4. X 11.5 sz 535' J., 1 , .W Q 5 rl :lg , qw. W.. M3 -:isllz M. S S: we Q, 45 'Q .1 V E . Q A 52 L 1 lf .EE 1. .3 51,5 .1 .., X1 , yr 1 11,7 .41 ,Q 11 233 '11 uw ,,z, Ml! l.ll 1 2 3 ,555 1: ' 2 fl" ' 132 , st' , 12 11. af' '- aa' . v f 1 i' af es, ig, V .3 '15 -nv, an . .. mm ,M 1.1, l 1 2 11 .1 'Q eff, Qi, 1 wf!f'.'f': z ifff ' ' v v ' ' f f Qliii FSRANK v BOT, , , FRANCE, , Cofzszder you what serwaes he has done for hzs 60Zl7ZZl7'jf? " .5 f V .-"f L' '4 ' ' C orzola 71 us. itintrrrh 111 nurth Zllnrm 1 ffzC,9',ffP-5, 1' '7"?Q T 10- 11 Th1rd Football Team, Cor- r1dor Basketball Team,Th1rd , Baseball Team, Pawlmg 3 . 321 Soc1ety, Speaker 111 Fourth 4 "' 3 f - Form Entertamment. L 1 1 12 Comdm' Football Team, . ggzgefga ', 23 ' ffSf f4w w-wagw 1 : ?Z?iz 5Z1Ezy522 C ' ' , 55, 3 2 . ll aptam Corr1dor Basketball 1 f rl Sam, HOUSG Debafmg 14' S. ag? 11 li, l 4, .f if I 53 5' - .ff 4' -if f '- 'v, ,3-tg ff:,'g'Q',: Will' I , le a lisa Team, Baseball Team, St- Iohn's Soeiet ' wi w i : ' Z 4 '71, gas 1' . Y fit , , a Y , 12- 13 Second Football Team, Se- ll ai l ll Cretary and TTGHSUTQT fa ilili iw .-2 1 15- - fzi fff 1157 - fl fi llQV'l1lwf l4-- all . . .., 3,5235 Class, Second Basketball szlla 1 - . Team, Senate Debatmg baaa Q --V. lll' 1 ,,, 1 ..., 53 Team, W66kgj! Board, ',.a Scroll Board, St. Iohn's So- Clety, Llfe Secretary Of the '.. ,fail . 1 ftffgjwl 5 if Class of 1913, Baseball Squad. 1 1.11 S93 l'1l " yALE 1 1 4 5152 Q15-" illff. A ' MJ w i ll lf ' ' 4 f B Q 7 4 fp 2 9 lg liafil? ILL OOZER I 5 P x -as sag . al aa . He was cz veffmy pmffizf geniz! . 1 1- !E'7ZZg'fZf. . 1 at af Cizazwer. Lamar Gtirmign, N- AI, lu. :mstr 'Q 'f-25 " i'l" Weigilgjg' -' -' . -f Enirrrh 111 tfth illnrm . , , - - 10- 11 P3VVl11'1g SOC1Cty, Gull fit 5'S3"5.5fEQ55 X135 X' is Q' e'-X9 1, isa " f i? .132.', -, a 1 1 x 1 2 h J S ' t Gun ax-wg-S .f-,-1 ' P v M 1 .9.12 - F I it ' IO H S one Y' 1 S 'S' R lifiwifllgsii 1 as 2 Club, Manager Of Gun ll at as 1. +.a f Team,See0HdBaSeballTeam- 'ws at - -'- spd, s,l'1 gpiwiil, Q we -as 1 , , , - , ..,. 3 1.1 12- 13 St John 5 Soclet Gun X 5 Q, - ya - Club SWIIHIHIHQ' Team, X ' s:asXXfxw.N2k, 1 1 ,xesafixga xxasl T k S d Prefect X Tac qua l ' FF D YALE-SHE IEL it e El X 2 1 W.C6 "BILL," HNIGH Vufhy modeslyk' a candle io My 77ze1fz'z'. , i , I7z'e!a'mg. ,AflEl11IH, Maas. iintervh Sixth Elinrm ,12-'13 Football Team, Basket- Ball Team, St. Iohn's So- ciety, Gun Club, Baseball Squad. SPRINGFIELD TRAINING SCHOOL EMM Haan HDURNOH H "MY DOTN,H "LI1vrLE DOIN," "DOIN HF1fa1z!a1zess is fha child of honeszgf and courage." Leif. Earrlymnnt illllzmnr, N. 13. Enterrh illnurili illnrm ,1O-'11 St. Iohnis Society, Riding Club, Horse ShoWCommittee, Championship of Riding Club, Corridor Swimming Team. '11-'12 St. Iohn's Society, Assistant Manager Track Team, President Riding Club, Second Hockey Team, Captain Corridor Hockey Team, Track Team, Corridor Football Team. '12-'13 St. Iohnls Society, Manager Track Team, CheerLeader, Second Hockey Team, Golf Team, Captain Cottage Hockey Team, iMid-Winter Dance Committee, Cottage Basketball Team, Treasu- rer Senate, Track Squad. YALE-SHEFFIELD 22 'vs 49 6:25-drifted "Bois," "BoBBrE" UA seeming child in evefjfffzzazg save iaoaghihzl 67010. H New Hnrk Qlitg. Entereh Fllifth Ellnrm '11-'12 Riding Club, St. john's Society. '12-'13 St. Iohnis Society. YALE HFLOYD,H "TED," "CAP" H Was if so Zaz'e f1fz'e7za', ere you mem! io bed, Nga! you a'0 lie so !az'e?" Shakespeare. Hittahmglp, 1511. iintvreh Zllifth Zllnrm '11-'12 Football Team, Hockey Team, Second Baseball Team, St. Iohn's Society, Gun Club, Corridor Foot- ball Team, Corridor Basket- ball Team. ' '12-'13 Captain Football Team Captain Hockey Team, Sera!! Board, Chairman Se- nior Ball Committee, Secre- tary and Treasurer of St. Iohn's Society, Cottage Basketball Team, Dramatic Club, Baseball Squad. PRINCETON 9 23 Te si . 'N 'fi ,. . . H P 4, f f 1 ,AW A -f - A I , ng ka 4 T 1 - ,V . fn Q ex . Y 2 ffm .,f ,. . 3 3: f 1? We WS' 1 4 - ww. A f is Q ,, X 5912. -was -. 5 'A g :Y X Kg.. sg, ,,,, , wi rf W' Y -i f f ' f 1 J QQ 'A Q z f s . I 1? , A iff! ' r .. . . fi it if 4? 3 2 sg 'asgy ' 1 M51 if ' v .Q '-yi - . sf aff Q99 E gm ! 39 4 6' Qi 0 i f a s l.ig? ' I . 45 Ef f! it 539 if 4 I 3 - . 3 6 vf :Ng . ,N wr V' 5,3 S , X h w if .J F W' 1 .. ,. , ,--.f2, . W. ww wwf, , . . ' W . ..., K T' ' -- -"W v1.2 bay. +?X'4n fgxwgigw 'pf' V WM .ahw -wwwzfwffv rv ai sf Q X vw. - . 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Einuninn, Efrxwa. - iintrrrh Ellnnrih Zlinrm ,IO-,ll Gun Club, Pawling Society, Corridor Swimming Team. '11-'12 Second Football Team, Corridor Football Team, Gun Club, St. Iohn's So- ciety, Treasurer of the House CEaster Termb, Fifth Form Tea Committee. '12-'13 Football Team, Prefect, Dramatic Club, Captain and Manager of Gun Team, St. John ' s Society, CheerLeader. YALE-SHEFFIELD , 'lmao N. CC KK KK JOHN, H JACK, H CoMUs', HLczziness has 720 advocaies buf mcmy fvfiemis. ' ' ihunstnn, Urxan. Entervh Zlinurih Zlinrm '10-'11 Pawling Society, Gun Club. 'll-'12 St. Iohn's Society, Gun Club, Third Football Team, Assistant Stage Manager of Dramatic Club. 4 '12-'13 St. Iohn's Society, Football Team, Gun Club, Stage Manager of Dramatic Club. YALE-SHEFFIELD 25 -3,L.,T9JwM9 it 'UgLoviy,, IJAL" "Co1zlz'mlal 6f16L'7fZll7ZUSS is an Sign oj wisdom. ' ' 1To'1'nnklgn, N. ill. Entvreh Zlliftly Zllnrm '11,-'12 St. John's Society, Track squad, Corridor Basketball Team. ,l2-'13 St. John's Society, Bungalow Basketball Team, Track Squad. UFRANNYQ' HFRANCEH '4Noble by birlb, yel nobler by great deeds. " Longfellow. 5lll1ial1i11g, N. lil- Entvreh Glhirh Ellnrm 708-'09 The Pawling Society, Midget Football Team. '09-,lO Third Football Team, Manager of Third Football Team, Paw- ling Society, Fourth Form De- clamation Prize. ,IO-,ll Third Football Team, Corridor Football Team, Corridor Basket- ball Team, Fifth Form Debate, Glee Club, Dramatic Club, Pawlin g Society, Second Hockey Team. '11-'12 Second Football Team, Cottage Football Team, Cottage Basket- ball Team, Mid-WVinter Dance Committee, SeniorBall Committee, Secretary and Treasurer of the Se- nate C Easter Termj, Musical Club, St. Johnls Society, Boxing Club, Track Team, Commencement Prize Declamation. '12-ll3 Preiect, Manager of Football Team, Varsity Football Squad, President of St. John's Society, Cottage Basketball Team, Cottage Hockey Team, President of the Senate, Vice-President of the Dramatic Club, Scroll Board, W66f6b! Board, Mid- llfinter Dance Committee, Glee Club, Senate Debating Team, Class Historian, Senior Ball Committee, Track Squad. HARVARD 26 S.ew8MM.zm HJOI-IN,H UDELH "I am no 01'azf01f as Brutus' is, Bai, as you know me all, czplczin blzmi man." . Shakespeare. iflhthznn, N. ill. - iinirrrh iliifth illnrm ,ll-'12 St. Iohnis Society, Second Football Team, Corridor Football Team. ,l2-'13 St. Iohn's Society, Foot- ball Team, Clerk of Senate, CEaster TGIIHD, Corridor Basketball Team. CORNELL HFREDH, UGOLDYH, HBIG SWEDEN "Ami what so iedious as cz twice told iale. H Homer. Mnln-ratralu, N. IE. Zinn-rsh illunrth Zlinrm ,l0-'11 Football Team, Baseball Team, Captain Corridor Basketball Team, Pawling Society, Track Team. ' ,ll-'12 President of Class, Business Manager of Phoenix, Trea- surer of House CChristmas Termj Dramatic Club, Cot- tage Basketball Team, Base- ball Team, St.Iohn'sSociety. '1 2- T13 BusinessManageroffjkoenix, Business Manager of Weelaljf, Sergeant-at-Arms of Class, Basketball Team, Basketball Team, St. Iohnls Society, Captain Baseball Team. YALE-SHEFFIELD 27 gfgg i i ,ii .t ,, , , ,M X ...W , Q sw ww 25 is ,W fwfsff .15 52232 X72 if P M ' Q, K1 AN, Q V P 9 'A N Q my 2 W -ua ff fi, i, ag, fi- 4 ,L.,,4.,,, , 1. ,-M tw x 2 f 2 f f J f V M a - J, .- .4 ws- ip 03' f f J MW fr f f y navy- ---f Q an crm,-: vi., was was We so Jaw, A ff P aff? W ff zoayx 4 f -, , -e 1 fi X 5:9 X A 2? mfr: X . " aacaii ' vm 5 f V 4 494 f Wav 4 .V N mv .9 Q5 X ,C ' ' -fawyxfyelff , 3 avg, 29,4 . y f 2 M5 , . M5 K7 ff 2' . X g yxyf QM v 4 4 QQPX7 f j gsmvf-W H. . 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' ' Nun 1Ui11'Ii ,ll-'12 '12-'13 Qlitg. 4 ntrrleh iliiflh iliurm Baseball' Team, Hockey Team, St. Iohn's Society, Riding Club, Boxing Club, Corridor Football Team, Corridor Basketball Team. Hockey Team, Dramatic Club Cast, W66kZj! Board, St. john, s Society, Treasurer of the Senate Easter Term , Captain Cottage Basketball Team. O YALE Q7 C? 4 ' a 9 4 f Q 2 FRANK INTERBoRoUGH K C . . The gevzeifous mam emfzckes inm- 565631 givifzg. Uunlaewi, N. ill. ,O9-,1O 'io-'ii ,ll-'12 E ntvrrh Zflhirh Ellnrm Third Football Team, Cap- tain Third Baseball Team. Vice-President of Class, Captain Third Baseball Team, Pawling Society. Captain Third Football Team, Corridor Football Team, Corridor Basketball Team, Fifth Form Tea Com- mittee, St. Iohn's Society. ,12-'13 St. Iohnis Society. 28 YALE-SHEFFIELD wsu in 1 is N Wil Q 0 , P YQ' ,Zn ,jam fm, D ,W 4 'Q 1 mfg I A .1 f. IC! ll! GSB, W f'ABE,H "A, BN U PVW0 does noi fcfizeifzbeff Me long' fable az' zcvfzidz his 'Zt'JZ.ll was Me fceefzesz' cmd his sfofjf Me besz'?', Ljzrrlmtszirli, N. 31 . iinierrh Sixth Zflinrnt ,ll-,l2 St. john's Society, Second Baseball Team, Senior Ball Committee, Corridor Basket- ball Team. '12-'13 Prefect, St. Iohn's Society, Secretary and Treasurer of A Athletic Association, Saw!! Board, Chairman Mid'-year Dance Committee, Sergeant at Arms of Senate CChristmas T G1'111,D President of Senate CEaster TGf111,D Senior Ball Committee, Cottage Basket- ball Team, Cottage Hockey Team, Class Prophet, Base- ball Squad. , YALE-SHEFFIELD ' KRIP, ' HScyff!jf, bczffbwf, Me 'ZUCZZIKV Maids. " Nun Unrk Qliig. - --N iinivrril iliifili Elinrm '11-'12 St. Iohn's Society, Second Baseball Team, History Prize. '12-'13 St. Iohn's Society, Second Hockey Team, Corridor Basketball Team, Baseball Squad. HARVARD 29 sim oi ,is 'HTHEOH "MARcE" C, ' 'PINKEY' ' "He fha! ifzqiiiifes much, leaivzs izmehfi Nrm illlnrk Qlitg. iintrrrh Sixth Ellurnz ,l2-,l3 St. Iohnis Society, Corridor football, Corridor Basket- ball. 4 YALE . , 0"l4441. L0 6 'Zzfff ' ccMAC,,, ccBILLY,,, ccJEW,, "His eye begets oeeasioiz for his wif,- Foif eveijf objeei fha! Me one doih mich, Theioiheif zfiiifizs Z0 cz iiiiifzfh-iiioviiigjest. H A Shakespeare. lmlilfianmpnri, 1321- Enivrrh Eliifth Fllnrm '11-'12 Third Football Team, Cor- ridor Basketball Team, Sec- ond Baseball Team, Fifth Form Tea Committee, St. Iohn's Society. ,IZ-'13 Football Team, Vice-Pres- ident Athletic Association, Clerk of Senate f Christmas T erm,D Dramatic Club Cast, Cottage Basketball Team, Cottage Hockey T eam, Chairman of Class Day Com- T mittee, St. Iohnis Society, Baseball Squad. YALE-SHEFFIELD 31 w w i r I 1 f' as o -Mmm "BEN," "Bro BENH H Who goeih ll-b07'7'0ZUf7Zg', Goeih cz-soififowingz " Tnsseif. Eiriinxuillv, N. ij, iintereh Zlinurth lflinrm '10-i 1 1 Pawling Society. '11-'12 St. Iohn's Society, Phoenix Board, Alternate,House De- bating Team, Corridor Foot- ball Team. '12-,13 St. Iohnls Society, Assistant - Editor-in-Chief of Phoenix, Alternate Senate Debating Team, Second Football Team, Corridor Basketball Team. YALE 745' CKRICK, H "HAROLD" "He was zz scholar, and ci rife and good onef, T Shakespeare. Milhrnuk, N- 13- iintrrrh Svixtli Flinrm '11-'12 Dramatic Club Cast, Head T Boy ,of Sixth Form, Head Boy of School, Best Exami- nation in Latin, Greek, English, Higher Mathema- tics. ' '12-'13 Treasurer Dramatic Club, Dramatic Club Cast, Assistant Editor-in-Chief, Phoenix. MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY 33 ,QM C 'WI-11'rIE, ' ' HCARLH 'ffhou has! Im! Zakevz up My lamp and gone Z0 bed,- I Siczy cz Ziifle Z01zg'e1f." ,L07Z,Q-f-EZZOZU. Nmu lilurk Cilitg. Entervh Zllifth illnrm '11- ' 12 St. John's Society,Gun Club' ,12-'13 St. Iohn's Society, Gun Club, Captain Swimming Team, Captain C o r ri d o r Basketball Team. YALE Q,3o..fMf,tW5LQr HGRANTH K 'FOV a mczvz by vzoihivzg is 50 well bezwfayea' As by his ma1z1ze1fs.', Shakespeare. Ilirnnklimz, fillings. q Entrrvh Svieeili lfllnrm T 7 12913 Second Basketball Team, Corridor Football Team, Corridor Hockey Team, St, Iohnlg Society, Baseball Squad. WILLIAMS 34 "DoN" "He comes fhe herald of cz noisy world, IVz'z'h spaz'z'e1f'd ooois, sz'1'czpp'd zoczz'5L', and jhfozeh locks,- .Nezos jhfom all haiiovzs Z7L77Zb6'7'i7L,Q' cz! , his bflfk- " Cozoper. illiarrinzem marliur, N. iininreh Zllnnrih Zllntm ,IO-ll Pawling Society, Q Track Squad, Corridor Football Team, Corridor Basketball. 'll-,l2 St. Iohn'S Society, Track Squad, Second Basketball Team, Phoenix Board. ' H2313 St. Iohn's Society Editor-in-chief W66kb!. PR1NcEToN HEDQ, HTILTH H1471 hofzesi mah, elose-ozzffozfd io ihe chi 71 , B1form'eZoZh zoz'!hom', 14720, cz 'ZU6Z7'7f7Z heafh zoz'L'hih.H Cozopevf. 51. Enuia, mu. flinivrrh Smelly Zllurm '12-'13 Football Squad, Corridor Football Team, St. Iol1n's Society, Glee Club, Tennis Team. YALE 35 In-vt'-L A c'jUDD,'l HTUMH "I erm 100k 500775 as we!! as cznolfzer, aim' Ze! me alone i0 keejz ifze fobnfebs 0111 of my eyes. " i C erwzzzfes. Wlirnnlalgu, N. ill- A'lE11fl21'l?fl Sixth Elinrm W2-'13 St. John's Society. RENSSELAER PQLYTECHNIC INSTITUTE HCLAYT, H HVVEEDYH " Wiilz jbfifzgjifzgeffs fozzehed Me Ure,- A nd f1fe11zbZi1zg 1z0L'e5 aseeuci Me sky. l l Dvjfdefz. Nvulhurgly, N. 13. Enirrrh Zlinurih illurm '10-'11 Pawling Society, Mi-d-lVinter Dance Committee, Track Team, Mandolin Club, Glee Club, Second Basketball Team, Corridor Foot- ball, Corridor Basketball, Hono- rable Mention Fourth Form Prize Speaking. 'll-312 St. John's Society, Track Team, Leader of Mandolin Club, Glee Club, Substitute on Basketball Tea.m, Assistant Manager Hockey Team, Sem!! Board, Corridor Football. ,12-'13 President of Class, Prefect, St. John's Society, Leader Mandolin Club, Glee Club, Business Manager Seffall, Manager Hockey Team, Substitute Basketball Team, Head Cheer Leader, Senior Ball Committee, Track Squad. PRINCETON 36 'U CM HERB Gro 6 was cz man Zafe lzzm fm all zu cz!! fshall 1201 Zook upon hzs Zzke cz am llllltlltuiwmnri 151 Entrrvh Smcth illnrm 12 13 Football Team Basketball Team St John s Society Mandolin Club Glee Club Cottage Hockey Team, Baseball Squad YALE CawoZa7LJLQuM 1. A fr' I 1 ' 5 'Q Q ' ,l 0 .We l 'D H 4 ,H H 73 'Q E . ' E cc . , i K' I f , , , I , , ,, ' ' 0. ', H 1 45 ' - -3 ', c. . I' 1' L . l i -1 1 a 9, - 7 ' , 5 7 ld pg, 5 fi 1, av 'R Q" aff A g. "CHARLIE," VCHASH "Plain wzfhozzipovzzp, and rich wiih- 0215 cz slzowfl ' Dfjfdevz. 'i3uffztIn, N. HH. A linivrrh Efhirh illurm '09-,lO Midget Football Team, Pawling Society. I 10-'ll Pawliiig Society, Corridor Basketball Team, President of Class. 7 3 ll-'12 Dramatic Club Cast, Cor- , ridor Basketball Team, Cottage Football Team, St. Iolm's Society. '12-'13 Dramatic Club, Corridor Basketball Team, St. Iolm's Society. 4 HCBART 37 1 , VOTES FOR SIXTH FORM PERSONALITIES T FOR PANVI ING Clarl son 15 Hilton 12 Dean 7 Blair Xkfeerl, l. 1 4 , - J a 1 Q . , Mos? POPULAR-Hilto1iJ26, Clarkson 4, Dean, VVeerl, 2, Andrews, Cullinan, L., McCor1nick 1. B TATH T -ci 1 so, ci LISO115, weiss. MEET VERLgE4iT1?LElgjljgQE1rS12, VVei1s1i9, Weed 8, Clarkson 4, Chalmers, Hedley, Hilton, McCormick, 1. . , , MOST ORIGINAL-Hilton 12, McCormick 7, Cornwell 6, Alley, Chambers, Hedley, 2., Blair, Clarkson, Dean, 1. u , , MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED-Blair 9, Cullman C. 5, Bottome 4, Hilton, McCormick 3 Goldsmith, Gould, Weed, 2, Brown Clarkson, Dean, Rickett,We1s, 1. BIGGEST FUSSER-Dean 7, Alley 6, Crouse, Gould, 4, Weed 3, Cullinan C., McCormick, 2, Clarkson, Cornnwell, Dalzell, Gould, 1.. SOCIAL LIGHT-Gould 26, Crouse 7, Dean 2, Clarkson, Hilton, XVeed,.1. HANDSOMEST-Cullinan, J. 14, Crouse 7, Dean 6, Chambers D. 4, Blair, Xkfeed, 2, Goldsmith 1. WITTIEST-Hilton 18, MCCOI111lCli 11, Hedley 8, Andrews 1. BEST DRESSED-Redman 13, Crouse 9, Cullinan -I. 5, Alley 4, Dalzell 3, Clarkson, Dean, Hedley, McCormick, 1. i BEST NATURED-Cullinan J. 13, Dean 6, Looran 3, Brown, Gould, Hilton 2, Andrews, Cullinan C., Dalzell, Hitchcock, McCormick, W'eed 1. HARDEST WORKER-Bottome 11, YVeis 10, Gould, Marceau, 7, W'eed 2, Leeming, Rickett, 1. ' BRIGHTEST-Rickett 32, Blair 4. BIGGEST GRIND-Leeming 20, Marceau 6, Weis 4, Gould, 3, Chalmers 2, Brown 1. BIGGEST BLUFF ER-Alley, Looram,7. McCormick 6, Andrews, Redman, Schlaet, 3, Cullinan J., Goldsmith, 2, Hilton, Clarkson, 1. MOST ENERGETIC-Clarkson 14, Hilton 5, Bottome 4, NVeed, NVeis 3, Chain- bers D. 2, Blair, Gullinan C., Gould McCormick 1. MOST GENEROUS-Cullinan, J. 9, Hedley, McCormick, 6, Bottome, Cornwell, 3, Brown, YVeed, 2, Andrews, Cullinan C., DeLamater, Tilton, 1. MOST PIOUS- Cornwell 15,'Gould 11, Brown 4, Chambers R., Rickett 2, Marceau 1. MOST OPTIMISTIC-Andrews 6, W'eed 5, Cullinan J., O'Brien 4, Bottome, Brown, 2, McCormick, Metcalf, 1. MOST PESSIMISTIC-Chambers D. 20, Hitchcock 5, Looram 3, DeLamater, Schlaet, Tunibridge, 2, Alley, Chambers R., 1. MOST ECCENTRIC-Cornwell 11, Redman 8, Clarkson 7, Hitchcock 6, ,Tumbridge 2, Small 1. MOST INDIFFERENT-Looram 12. Crouse 8, Cullinan J. Tumbridge 6, Alley 2, Blair, Clarkson, Hedley, 1. MOST ENTERTAINING-Hilton 28, McCormick 5, Alley, Blair, Dean, XVeed, 1. NERVIEST-McCormick 26, Redman 3, DeLamater, Hedley, Snyder, 2, Andrews, Schlaet, Weis, 1. VVEEKEST-Chambers R. 29, Rickett 4, Brown 3, T umbridge, 2. VVINDIEST-Marceau 24, McCormick, Redman, 3, Cornwell 2, Andrews, Blair, Dean, Goldsmith, 1. NOISIEST-DeLH1119-'Cer 11, Andrews, 7, Marceau, Snyder, 5, Schlaet 2, Clarkson, Dean, Goldsmith, Looran, YVeis, 1. LAZIEST-Cullinan J. 29, Hedley, Looram 2, Snyder, Small, Tilton, 1. BIGGEST ROUGHTHOUSER-Schlaet 16, Andrews, DeLamater 5, Snyder 4,'orLoam 3. MOST APPRECIATED BY FACULTY-Blair 23, Hilton 7, Cullinan J. 2, Brown, Chambers R., Goldsmith, Ricket, 1. LEAST APPRECIATED BY FACULTY-Clarkson 31, Tumbridge 3, Snyder 2, Marceau 1. CLASS BABY-Chambers D. 16, Ricket 14, Chambers R. 3, Looram, YVilson, 2. CLASS IEW-Chambers R. 24. McCormick 13, Marceau, 1. PERPETUASLLY BROKE-Dean 14, Redman 4, Chambers R., Class of 1913,2, Bister, Clarkson, DeLamater, Goldsmith, Hilton, McCormick, Tilton, Vlfilson, 1. LATEST TO BED-Clarkson 9, Goldsmith, Schlaet, 7, DeLan1ater 4, Tilton 3, Brown, Cornwell, Dean, 1. ' , EARLIEST TO RISE-Wels 16, Bister 8. Goldsmith, Rickett, 3 Brown Cham- bers R. 2, Gould 1. 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Q . 1 . r 4, . -5 s, ,i . . s . .A l-,-P , rsh - ' I -'- 4- 'v '43 -' 'i-- P 2- -'. .'-31:-'.f'..-'.'. .. .-"- 'T -:--'- 2- A --, -2 -- 5- 'P J'-S C ... 4 . v,r'N V A '- ' 1 - - - ----- -- A f .F. qi? -E? ------1-.-CN.-:.-,,-,.-.. -1.g-1:,-.,-:e 5.-1-5 .Hn i V A ' '- Y ' ' . - . - - A. V - r V 'V n '-':'- :nnnw eq 1,1- ll T 3 I' I A' - f Q3 Uhr lawn Ifiratnrg The period of time from the Preparatory Form to the Sixth of the Class of 1913 is an epoch for the School that will be handed down into History as an age of industry, both mental and physical, for both the students and the masters. From the time when we were youths in Buster Brown collars and knickerbockers we realized that the future of this School lay upon our shoulders, and that it was our duty to prove to countless generations to come that a form can start and finish in a blaze of scholastic and athletic glory. We strove to please, we endeavored to entice beneficent glances from the Faculty by setting such a standard of hard work that many boys in years to come will die of brain fever trying to keep up with it. We were rampant on the Athletic Field. Several boys have been woundvdttrying to equal our records. Need anything further be said? Have not proven that we are an unequaled form in the eyes of the Faculty, an invincible and beloved forn1 in the opinion of the School, so that our Head-master told us at the end of our Fifth Form year that we were going to be the greatest Sixth Form he ever hoped to have. My exordium is finished, and I know that I have pleased the Sixth ,Form if not the rest of the school. . A It is not necessary to recount the history of our Preparatory and Third Form years, in which we were outgrowing both the habits and garments of our childhood. It was not until our Fourth Form year that we came intoprominence. Then the Sixth Form of that year paid tremendous attention to us, because they realized what a marvelous A collection of splendid fellows the class was gifted with. In the first place, Charles Wilson was vociferously elected class president. He led the class wisely and well. In athletics, we startled the School by the football and baseball ability of T. Fred Goldsmith, the Haverstraw wonder. Tom Andrews, on the third team, made a good foundation for the loquacious game of football which he played in later years. The honor roll, then and ever since, has been graced by the brilliancy of Wiley Blair and Francis Bottome. But we sadly discovered that one of our members was a hopeless coffee fiend, that he carried on his foul orgies under cover of the shades of night, eliciting that famous exclamation, which will go into history coupled with Caesar' s "Veni, vidi, vicig" "Alley! Alley! what are you running here, a coffee joint?" The ranks of the Track Squad were swelled by jack Alley, Wiley Blair, Durno Chambers, jay Donald Snyder, and "Big Fred' ' In that active and vital organization known as the Pawling School Gun Club, a shameful blot was put upon our fair name 3 john Gibb Alley, Thomas Andrews, and Wiley Blair were lured into that desperate gang. Oh, the shame of it! 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We were, as they sayin Paris, Kentucky, "Bouleverse," which, translated into the words of the poet, means, "Knocked head over heels, "by the astounding cleverness of these new addi- tions. From the first, glory was assured us by the fine athletic ability of Floyd Clarkson. I claim that no one has much dope on him, but from the witty remarks of our ambassador from the Sweedish colony on the lordly Hudson, we judge that he came from Hotchkiss. Next, Lyttleton Bowen Pernell Gould, although a social light and "tea-fighterj' showed skill in hockey and baseball. We were joined by a fair-haired Teuton, none other than "Reggie Newport" Crouse, a true sport, a lover of out- door pastimes, but, sad to relate, he has seen so many of the hollow pleasures of this vain world, that, upon confidential information, we know that he is really bored. We thought that we had ta recipient of a "Nobel Prize" ,in one John Bister, who exerted himself strenously in the line of constructive aviation. As far as those uninteresting Broadway stars, such as Eddie Foy, Willie Collier, and Raymond Hitchcock, are concerned, we had thrust upon us ,the greatest comedian on the boards today, who has them all out-classed, namely, "Bill" McCormick. We were also showered with Robert Chambers, always on the honor roll, Carl Schlaet, the human fish, Lloyd Dalzell, fleet as a gazelle on the running track, Rip Van Winkle Hitchcock, the greatest living authority on big League Baseball, john DeLamater of football ability, and Little "Loo" Looram, who, with indifference, invariably 40 e r' F . 4 '- , ',-x 1 df-:vi df-r'-5- it-fer -1-.ex ii '.,'.'1l"' 1,0 :-. Q55 . . . ' -' -I :Er . ll ' x 'I . '. ' , l 9' .r, , '.' '.1 L ,, .. -1-:.'.1'--if :', ,1.:.,'-.1 ' i 1,-' JJ'-:. whiz U U, 'SE' 1 ' ." , Pla, .fu A xii: ' I n Q: ". .j'.!. 1' .J s' , .',-:Id-.x lg. 15.-,z'Q iff! - 'I . ,I .-'I-3-uwj,'.'1.. L' L: 'Q ,G ': , IZA '41 ll ,".'-'.f'w".. :Wi - lu: ' " I ,K :Kaz 1' I' . P 4: 'J , "":'fi Ui I all '53, 'Q 1,405-,I ' 1 "n . - Iliff: 4. 'i I VW' ll I Qian! ' ' 4 1 A i -xg 'H ' 'QRQ' ' . I .,.,,,.v I .lun f , - ,.e63."f , H 1 f 'rv ."" ' A-fp I " ,mill Nga I I 'NZ .fl ,.-.fl up I' 121: I ' ' 'n 1 fr'. fl-I-',' I, Q -M. '.'?.rg1, f Ln ll ' val I IRM: ill: Lx mvlfix 'Z' 'lf ' HM ' 4 . I I' fp-.' A ,x'41'S i WI' u""u I - I . n iif'f,r':l':""7l D ' fl 1' 'Ulf R" 5 ,ll.,:'f,.j Neff, an ,'I,ri'1k, P u,' , fqfl , , me :ffieaff-M ' .' J - L ,WI SX S Q ae- lf ,fl 2. U AJ Ill? f 'S' I3 in ends all argument with his convincing little epigram, "Right hand up." To cap the glorious triumph of our Fifth Form year, we unquestionably and undeniably vanquished the confident Senate in the annual speaking fest, otherwise known as the Senate-House Debate,.as well as in the inter-class Track Meet. And finally, having toiled in season and out of season, we rolled as a Sweet morsel under our tongue the fact that we were Seniors. Of course, we were immediately awed by the collection of haughty postgraduates who had been de- posited on us by the previous Form. We indeed drew a prize in the scholastic line when we pulled Harry Rickett, the receiver of so many prizes last Commencement, that we understand that the transportation of them materially increased the rolling stock of the Harlem Railroad. William Thayer Brown, all- American "Poozer,'l another post-graduate, showed us a few things in hammer throwing and plunging. It may be news to you, but the crown prince of England, Prince Albert, attended the School, a third post-graduate. This personage was none other than Albert Hilton, the Form Jester, who so successfully led the melodious Filmont Band last Fall, 'and who presently will prophecy unto you. Beside these three prizes, we were blessed two-fold by the following assemblage: '5Herb" Weis and "Bill" Chalmers have proved themselves to be great all round athletes, Edgar Tilton, a strong rival of Caruso, showed form on the tennis court, and Martin Cornwell was also clever'at the aforesaid game, although his love of the beautiful seriously impeded all practical movements, "Theo" Marceau,the greatest living disciple of muscle-building, violin playing, and Sam Lloyd's puzzles, spent most of his industrious career in giving practical information to all prospective Yale Freshmen, just how and why to make the Senior Societies. Grant Small and Francis Metcalf have been very efficient on the diamond, "Kenl' O'Brien, our delegate from the Emerald Isle, has most of his time distracted by Canfield, Rum, and the defense of the St. I-'atrick's Day Parade, Iohn Leeming gave the Form a boost in the scholastic line, "Judd" Tumbridge proved to the members of the Scroll board that he could wait on the table as well as any one: his future is assured. .Our career during the past year is known to all. Our class has been mighty on the gridiron, valiant in hockey and basketball, powerful in swimming, tennis, and golf, unconquerable in debating and scholastic work, and this afternoon we intend ,to show our marvellous dexterity on the diamond. We have outdone Belasco in' the dramatic line, and the Phoenix and W66kljl have been del- uged with contributions from our members. In a short while you will have the pleasure of perusing the pages of the best year book ever edited in the 'United States, the Scroll. Don't think that this 'is paid advertising: it is nothing more than a compliment. And here we are, trying to look dignified. The whole School is looking to us with awe, for when next they see us we shall be Alumni, Hflliffabile a'z'clzl." But to become serious for a moment, we have seen the School grow in many ways during our career. We have seen -the roll of students increase from 85 to 148, at first housed in the Dutcher House, then in the new building, supplemented at present by two cottages. We have seen new traditions formed and established. We have seen the school progress in both athletic and scholastic lines. In fact, our entire school career has been naught but a magnificent series of triumphs. FRANCIS B. DEAN 41 1-iv! I J .3 S55 :Jax 4 I 4 Wu a - at 'i "' ' 0..Ll.Ln far. -vl-nn ' ::- .- , , . ., . I , - . V ' . 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Dr. Charels Slattery. QRector of Grace Church, New Monday, june 9 A BASEBALL GAME Sixth Form vs School Fifth Form Tea to Sixth Form Cafter game? SIXTH FORM DANCE at 9 o'CloCk. Wendesday, June 1 1 ' CGMMENCEMENT DAY Exercises begin at 11 o'clock Presentation of the samutei IT. Shaw Field House. Dedication of Mary T. Munsil Swimming Pool tablet. Unveiling of the Thomas Simpson Sun-dial, CGMMENCEMENT EXERCISES 42 York City J .- SAMUEL T. SHAW FIELD HOUSE V, ,QL 'fig-f-,N FIFTH FORM 'A .. 1 ,N .'1 F? - nn j 1, 51,4 ,,. wg. ,.1.1 ,.' .x.l,b 1 1 1 1 1 , 1 I 1 1 1 1 ,fl 1 ' ' 11' 1 1 1 1 11, 1' I1 1 11 11 , 1 1 .fl 1 1' ' 1 11 '14, 1 11 1' 1 ,W 1 1 4 1 X I 1 1 . , 1 11 4 W 1-1' ' 1 A, rl 1 1 111 ,. ,U 1 I 1 1' A xl sl H91 '1 , 1 1'1'1 ' 1 1, v I 7 Y '1 t M' 1 1 ' wx. 111211151 1 1 'l'J ll ' ",'1 1 K 13,1 1,J1!1 1 .1,1 .1 N44 Nl' X 1'1',,h1,,' f11U,1,' x 1 1' '11"f 1 ' 1 x 1 I " flu 11 1 1, ,MVU1 1,31 ' 1 L"1".' 1 ,,1U1A111: X 1 11,1 1 , 1 1 slk l. V1115. 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Nyack, N. Y. ----6 Washington Place, Troy, N. Y. ....419 East 13th St., New York City 23 Westmoreland Place, St. Louis, Mo. N, Y. --.-----355 Grand St., Newburgh, N. Y. 311 W. o5th St., New York City ..1 W. 64th St., New York City 165 Summer St., Buffalo, N. Y. Post Road, Mamaroneck, N. Y. 8 W.' 77th St., New York City ....8T4 West End Ave New York Cit ......... .......-.. HOMER PERSHING GoEE. JR, .... . .......... .... ...... .... ...... ' .... c I a I ton, Pa? WALTER FRANCIS GORDON ...... .... .... S toney-Wood, Newburgh, N, Y, EDGAR BOILEAU GRIER, Jr, .... .. .-.-. 400 Westminster Ave., Elizabeth, N. J. CHARLES FIELD GRIF1+'EN.... .... '. .... .... .... . . .... .... . . .Mamaroneclg N. Y. WILLIAM TURNER HILTON, JR .... KENNETH SLAWSON HOBBS .... .... STUART MELVILLE KERR ........ JOSEPH LEEMING .... .... .... ...... JOHN MAXWELL LUMMIS .... .... . .. GEORGE RAINSFORD MARTIN .... .. CHARLES INGOLIDSBY MCLEAN ..... HAROLD SAUBWEY MILLS ..... GRENVILLE MORGAN PARKER... .. CHARLES LINSLEY QUAINTANCE .... MILTON DIMMICK RUSSELL .... .... ...... . . CLARENCE MARCELLUS SANDERSON .... MARTIN BROWN SAPORTAS .... ...... .... .... JOHN HAVILAND SCHMID .... .... SAMUEL SHELDON, JR, .... ..... . .... . . JOSEPH JAMES SPURR 2nd. ..-.-......-- - .--- 500 Mt. Prospect Ave. HAROLD GRISWOLD STODDART .... .... .... . .. .... WILLIAM MANNING SWAN .... .... . . ELLIOTT FRISBIE UPSON .......... ...... .... .... JOHN JAY VAN SCHAACK .......... ...... .... ........... 4 7 G Arden st., YVILLIAM STEINWAY VON BERNUTH .... . 45 ....Saratoga RALPH BURNETT SAWARD ...... .... . .. ........ ...... 4 60 W- 147th St., .. .... .238 Decatur St., ....4o4 Grand St., Newburgh, N. Y. .....6o1 W. 13th St., New York City ....353 Fulton Ave., Hempstead. N. Y. 217 Summer St., Buffalo, N. Y. .-701 Madison Ave., New York City .. .... ...... ...... .... . ....... . . R ye, N. Y' ------388 Grand St., Newburgh, N. Y. IO6 Academy St., Poughkeepsie, N. Y. .... 52 Whitney St., Hartford, Conn. . .... Q18 Vv'est End Ave , New York City ......8o3 Church St., Honesdale, Pa. .. ...... 311 Quincy Ave , Scranton, Pa. Springs, N. Y, New York City Brooklyn, N. Y. Brooklyn, N. Y. , Newark, N. J. .Delhi, N. Y. Pittsburgh, Pa. Hartford, Conn. Hartfort, Conn. New York City 98a Schermerhorn St., . ........ ...322 Roup St., 71 Highland Court, . .... ...315 W seth sf., -- V, , H X xLX-. XXLX' A X ' ' SM, w .. x ' A Y A W ,hwfjf ,V If Nw ww'- x . .. X Qx- X .xxx X X X 'iiji' .-1 I1 Q .Rua E5 5 .f 5- E gnu' U ' A El I- 585 . I A 4 Azz' K 4 , 'nr 'a 0 U 4 VK . fffity vxvl-1. 115 I , ll!" 1 l-l-l- r , . V' ' 4 " A 'l Q '. 'llp T-'-7If":"1f-:"'f51 'II-,-'I C'.-""""'1'.'-12.-"',--1:''S -3-L. 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WILLIAM WAITH DEAN ...... .. HAROLD RICHARD ESPEY . CHARLES LAWRENCE FROST .... . HUNIE MERRITT FROST ....,. ..... HUEERT YOUMANSC GRABAU ..... RALPH ANDREWS CRIEEINC ...... RECINALD DUNHAM CROUT ...... JAMES GIRARD HAGENBUCH ..... . ..... . KENNETH HAYWARD .... .... ..... . . ROBERT WILBUR HAZl.ETT.'..... CYRUS ALEXANDER HENRI' .... ..... . FREDERICK ARTHUR HOWLAND .... THOMAS COATSWORTH LORD ...... JOHN WENDELL MATTHEWS .... . ARTHUR TRACY MILLER.. .... Q..... .... ARCHIBALD MOORE MONTGOMERY RICHARD ROSS OUAINTANCE ......... HOWARD EUGENE RAINEY ......... FREDERICK CROKER ROOME .... . CHARLES ROOME .... ....... FILLMORE KIRKER ROBESON .... .... KENNETH LIVINGSTON RAYMOND HOWLAND VVILLIAM SHERMAN .... .. VAN TUYL SMITH .......... ...... .... . BULKELEY VAN SCI-IAACK .... . JU LIUS AGUSTUS WHITE ..... ....... 47 126 Riverside Drive, New York City .... ........ M anqaroneck, N, Y. ............ New Lebangn, N., Y, . .... ...gl Maple Ave., Flushing, N. Y. ....52o West End Ave., New York City .--726 Nostrand Ave., Brooklyn. N. Y. 38 S. Clinton St., Poughkeepsie, N. Y. ......Trinity Rectory, Plattsburgh, N. Y, ....-I36 Deer Hill Ave., Danbury, Conn. .. ...... 323 W. 80th St , New York City 424 West Fourth St., Williamsport, Pa. 198 Washington Park, Brooklyn, N. Y. ....Kenwood Place, Wheeling, W. Va. ....2o Willis St., Pittsield, Mass. River St., Hudson Falls, N. Y. . --.- 623 W. II3th St.,.New York City ... .368 Grand St., Newburgh, N. Y. ..I36 Christopher St , Montclair, N. Y. .........8oI West End, Ave., New York City .. ...... 918 West End Ave., New York City . ...... 426 E. Allen St., Hudson, N. Y, ...II6 Riverside Drive, New York City ...II6 Riverside Drlve, New York City .. .... I3 Arnold Park, Rochester, N. Y. ......I8 W. 77th St., New York City Amenia, N, Y, ...............Fargo, North Dakota .....47 Garden St., Hartford, Conn. . ---- 186 W. 57th St., New York City THIRD FORM 1 fl 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 I I 1 1 1 1 1 11 1' ,, 31 11 fr! ,, U: Q Yi ,Mi ! 11 'sl W. ,M 111 1 1 1 P 1 1 1 1 i1 Y '1 I 5: Y 1 11. 1 '1 li, ,, 111 311 1 i 2 756 W sz 'z N EQ ,Q e psf. ff 4 45 W3 ,Md 1 , A 1 fm A Q U ' ,N , wx N M, ,ws ATHLETICS N Q af I f 3 M J' Q 'fhf' X 2 , X , , X . 92 1 qs Kaz? 1 affix 5 fa 31 ff I I5 I ,f 4 , 5,19 lf? 455 Mg R 'ravi vf , ff' 'NM Xxx' KX, ..-f QNNLIQ A 4 X .,,, QZX. . .If : Q. ggxgip x . , X X, X., '-1 , .W .mz 3 fQ X, QQX fx V, X AQ ,' X X? Q jff' :Nia ,V ' W -X 'X -1 x-q.,:.' X, , - mf ' " Q- 1 'k xp f ,..X". -1 2 fi: 'N' QS . x . X I .XG .,., X .X , i SSESEQQ , .,, ,7,- X X XG' '-N, 1 SQ! +R: ,Pb A,.A , ,,,. ,. Q 1 f X in X ' 1:9 I ? is vi 'vu' ' : 4 X ,. , 3 Sfizm N wwe . '25 Xw 'Q X . XS X X X' A X x X X , Q M:X,wgX, XY X, X 5 Q if X X ' 5 Q X xx Q A X s xx X X X X X X X 9 fix X 0 EB s XX 1 N X x ali 7- Qs' N x N X iw X ,Xi Q S X iw Tix X X X X E CAPTAINS -- 1., .alt -.K. R.: gvqtrv ......-,--... V- - ,4 SA.. JI 1907 1908 1909 IQIO IQII IQI2 IQO8 1909 1910 1911 1,912 1913 1909 IQIO IQIIR IQI2 1913 IQO8 T909 IQIO IQII I9I2 1913 1908 1909 1910 IQII 1912 1913 1908 1909 1910 IQII 1912 1913 2. in 41 62.1 qp A LN va- na I' 1 . - 9,4431 ' ' " " ' fe " If u ,a QL f .Nb V N ,HV -ololsls I 'I'-I 'A ':' 1' "Kiln:- 5 . - v f 1" :"1.-' "- '- - f -- V --.. -1 Q ' 1 .- --.-f ' --- ' 'f-- ".:-. ' .'.-"-'--"---2-'W --1--'. 1 "- --A -.--. .. -, , - - ' . - -. 4 '-" -vw-I-. -. 5: -.-- '-5: - 'T' - -2-. G 'Q - 5 : -' .-1.11:--r 2 2---: --"':-5--. .P E'-",. ., -T' :,.S.-,: . :ffl V, -, .,. 1 -T clihh 11 . ' ',:4,',-2.2, -Q-N: 'F J - .-e 1 Q. : sb .-.'- - .- ,I-.' "1-.- ... .-5 Sf- ' .- 'ff A -. I-' 1 ..... ."- -: '-5-,wfvrg ,S XS? 7.-. , -1, ,- .'.q ',' r' -1-r. -Q f, .nl - :.,- ,-3: --1. :- 'Q .lg ,- .. . -,-SX ,. '.. x ., . . -, J, - ... ., . .-s , , . - 5 H . Q, - , -: , -- A - 1: -,er 5, .KX Q r, ,. . . " I- S :Q .'. -.,. 33 is :- 4. 'L ,. ,, 'g 'Q , -. kv ..- : ' n .s X1 .. X x '. - . .- .-2 -: , f - .- , - sbiz ' G N - U 3 -2 M. , 1:-.-:I-, nf :-1' TG ...N P-if X , fe: QR . f-1. S- 13 .1 -.','.-,. E1 '-"gl, ,Es il -1- 5 5' ' ,."' " I 12' 2'-'F 'L-2.3 'T " x'5":, . , . . . 0- Q. . Q-. , ..,... . -. - --. .N ' 5- -,.. :- v- , .--QL ::-:,,j -?- 5 -...:-'- -a.- .5:xw-::-it px if-L, gas- - , - In - - "' " - 2:1 Q CDRNWELL luv S 1 Ill II ls 1 In' 'Y .1 l I x Football -Baseball LEROY D. GREEN 1908 RALPH H. SCHMID HARVEY C. KNOWLES 1909 JOSEPH B. CARY DONALD B. FERGUSON IQIO ALFRED G. DEMING NIAURICE B. FLYNN IQII H. ELLSWORTH CARY ROBERT D. PECK, JR. IQI2 C. SEARLES REED W. FLOYD CLARKSON IQI3 I T. FRED GOLDSMITH Tfack ' Hockey JOHN D. THOMAS 1908 H. WALLACE COX RALPH V. HILANDS IQOQ HARVEY C. KNOWLES HARRY W. BRIGHAMA , IQIO MARCUS M. MUNSILL VVESLEY M. OLER, JR. IQII ALEX F.. PATTON VVESLEY M. OLER, JR. 1912 HORACE C, BERNER ELLIOTT F. UPSON 1913 W. FLOYD CLARKSON Baskelball 'Ykfznis HAROLD F. BLAUDY 1908 J. L. COTE ' R. CLIFFORD SIMPSON 1909 GRAY MAC W. BRYAN R. CLIFFORD SIMPSON IQIO JUNIOR H. CARLL, JR. C. POWERS SMITH IQII JULIUS T. A. DOOLITTLE MILTON D. RUSSELL 1912 CHAUNCEY C. TAYLOR 3 1913 REGINALD E. CROUASE Golf Gan CHAS. L. BUCKINGHAM 1909 BRUCE DOUGLAS, JR- KENARD GARDINER . IQIO CARLETON H. PALMER ARTHUR L' BUNNELL .IQI1 CHAUNCEY F. LUFKIN OLIVER B LYMAN IQI2 J. ,STERLING HALSTEAD OLIVER Bl LYMAN 1913 CRAIG F. CULLINAN PHILIP VAN G. CARTER I Swimming CARL V. SCHLAET Fgggfball I Baseball Track C. L. BUCKINGHAMA J. P. MENDLE F. P. WUPPERMAN H. C. KNOWLES J. F. LOWE J. B. CAREY A. G. DEMING M. M. MUNSILL T. DIXON, JR. A, E, PATTON J. T. A. DOOLITTLE O. L. SIMMONS J. C. ORR F. B. DEAN Hookey J. D. THOMAS H. C. KNOWLES K. H. CLAPP J. HUNT C. B. O. ARMSTRONG C. B. WEED C. C. TAYLOR W. J. BLAIR, JR. 1909 IQIO IQII IQI2 1913 53 D. CHAMBERS Baskolball G. MAC W. BRYAN J. T. CASSEDY J. T. CASSEDY C. S. REED G. G. DEPEW W. H. GROSSIUS WI, ,,X,f4. , , . EAM FOOTBALL' T 1 .1 V x 1 Q . 'A V4 ' A '. . .' 'HV , f' "" 1 " , ',,,z 7 H.-H' 1 l lv - . ' f Q" - ' , xx . . v I1 -.f . Hx' . -H1-2.7. . , ,M . rv' . a,' - X -l-1Q'.,,. . ', V ,' - -' y' W- a ,' ' ,' 4' .' V' Ja W0 ',y1Nyi." ,-.v,.-.-Av., , '1NF""-,, 5 X", ABL: . A-uww fx ,. -, ,g:3. .- x 'x ,- ,'- ' gzzgvx. ',-VH, .u" 'X .' Ig,-' 'L ..i.'W' TJ", yay 'AAN Q ' ,fy .1 Q4 ,V , f A frf 1, ., , 1 5, f V jc, 1 .' '.,,I..' 'g1, -. '..,1:,.g-, ul A ' 'I 4.-.,1i.'..Iu -My ,,' M, 'U'r,.'vA,H wi fm.: ,,..','.','vI!,'.j X, 1. l 3. ,V ,' 5,1-'r,-V,-. .1,5g",,2.!Nf Q51 fn vhij ,' n' 'h',"'fInf . ,'.u,f-,:,,4-X. .,, Y 14,11-,il-,, 'S 'Z'-'f u 1, HH. 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He came along fast, however, until, in the Hnal game, he played the best game of his career. Quick tO take advantage of the slightest break in the Opponents' defense, he was naturally shifty On his feet, and a good dOd ger. 55 Z ' ft av-4 4 'f X 1 X ,i f 'ff x fi of 1557 0 Ei f e to - lf' 3 gy 1 fn f 4 l If ,X Off, 7 Zfhf, ' f ,, f , 1 1 , m ay - y gfie ff .1 f 431246 1-5739 K f f . , . , 4 ,if f f 5 .4 1 X rf M. C. jvamg Position Age Weig'ht Height SANDERSON Quarter Back I8 133 5-Io Although this was Sandy's first year on the team he showed marked improvement as the season progressed. His strongest asset was defensive play, he handled the ball well, ran the team smoothly, and was good at forward passing. Naiiie Position Age Weight Height MCCORMICK Quarter Back I9 I25 5-8 This was also his first year on the team. Mac was undoubt- edly the best of the quarterbacks at giving signals, and putting life into the team. His greatest weakness was defensive play. Naiize Position Age Weight Height A WILLIAM J. CHALMERS Half back IQ I63 5-9 He was the best ground gainer on the team, using the straight arm to the best of advantage on wide, sweeping end runs. A sure tackler, he backed up his side of the line at all times, and often lent assistance to the other side. Nciiiie Position Age Weight Height GRENVILLE J. PARKER Half back 18 160 5-Q He was handicapped by a weak ankle, but when in condition, was an extremely valuable back, A good line plunger, and a fast end runner as well, he could carry the ball under any conditions. His defensive play was also good. Nitiiie Position Age Weig'ht Height HERBERT A. WEIS Full back IQ I83 6-2 Herb was the hardest tackler on the team, the soul of the defense, and broke up many plays by his vicious tackles. He was also the hardest line-plunger on the team, and could often carry the ball for large gains, even after being tackled. His run of sixty yards and a touchdown through the entire Hotchkiss team was the feature of the game. At forward passing he excelled, being able to throw the ball a distance of sixty yards. .Nawne Position Age Weight Height MILTON D. RUSSELL Right end IQ 153 5-II He was a fast aggressive playerg blocked opposing tackles wellg was good on covering forward passes, and was particularly good on defensive play, 56' f f ff f 1 A A. hw! , Zghw fi Vee, 1 f H7 We J ff i f A f 2 1 1 W QW, Naivie 1 Posiiiovi Age Weigh! ffeighzf CRAIG. F. CULLINAN 1 Left tackle 18 ISO 6-2 . He was greatly handcapped by injuries throughout the season, but was one of the pluckiest players on the team. He used his hands to great advantage, and often broke through the line to make his tackle back of the line of scrimmage. He was a very difficult man to box, although he played a trifle too high. Nczvvie Posizfiofi Age Weig'ht Ifezghzf WALLIAM S. VON BERNUTH Left guard IQ 202 5-11 He was a steady, consistent player, and could always be de- pendend upon to hold up his side of the line, used his hands well, was especially strong on defense, and encouraged others by the example which he set for hardwork and unfailing spirit. Navvie Position Age Weiglzt Height THOMAS S. ANIJREWS Center 18 152 5-10 Although new to the position, and somewhat light, he soon developed into a fast player, and more than made up for his lack of weight by his aggresslveness. His grit was always in evidence, and he had the goodiquality of being able to make tackles out- side of. his own position. His passes were always fast and accurate. .Name Posiiiofi Age Weigh! Heig'ht CHARLES I. MCLEAN Right guard 18 146 5-11 He was the lightest man on the line, as well as one of the most aggressive. Although his first year on the varsity, he had many of the ear marks of the seasoned player, play ed low, used his hands with great effect: was a plucky fighter. Naihe Posiiioiz Age Weig'hi Efeighzf MARs11A1.1. Co1.EMAN Left tackle I7 150 5-10 A He showed great improvement as the season progressed, and justly earned his position by hard work His inexperience was shown by the fact that he was often boxed, but he also made many brilliant tackles back of the line of scrimmage. He was a hard worker. ,Name Posiiiofi Age Weighf Heighi ELLIOTT F. UPsoN Left end I9 I50 5-9 He was very fast down the held under punts and forward passes, a good tacklerg could spill an interference well, followed the ball closely, and 'in addition was an excellent punter. He was called upon to do much of the punting throughout the sea- son, and placed his kicks with accuracy. fl ' 2 57 HQ-gf 'Lxm V 1 .2 ll1 RSX 5, EQ ,MX 4 ' ,iff aff 6 4- N, ' V' ,sua .-..,.,1 nplvlblq TZ. -fa W -'II' WIFE' ,. ,. . . 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Y , . .V -7-4 N canrvwc 3 1 QM 8 v' .Ill pf- 1 M 0 1 SUBSTITUTES Naavie ' Pesiiiwi Age Weigh! Heighi IQHN BELL F1111 back 18 140 5-10 Although light for the position, he played an aggressive ' gaine, being especially good at line plunging and at defens- ive play. Niivvze Pesizfieii Age Weighf tHeighi C, LINSLEY QUAINTANCE Half back 16 132 ' 5-8 Light in weight, he was naturally fast, and was good at carrying the ball on end runs. His weakness was in defens- ive work. . N cwhe Pesiiieh Age Weighi Heigh! JOHN H. CULLINAN Guard 19 162 5-10 , 1 ' Played a good strong gaine at hisposition, and often broke through the opposing, line for tackles. Wealc in opening holes for his backs. i Neiviie Posiiieii Age Weigh! Height JOHN S. DELAMATER tackle 17 160 5-10 Although handicapped by the lack of knowledge of the ganie, he was a hard worker and steady plugger. His chief faults were not playing wide enough while on the defensive and not taking his share of the ball at any time. 8 . i I Neiffie Posiiiofi Age Weighzf Heighi 1 Wimsv BLAIR, IR. end 18 150 5-9 1 1 He played a hard, aggressive gaine and was especially ef- ficent on the defence. He, however, was greatly handicapped, towards the end of the Season, by a bad case of water on the i 1 knee. 5 58 1 1 1 I 1 1 1 51 1 1 1 1 I 1 11 1 111 11 '1 1 1 1 11 11 11 11 1 1 1, 11 11 11 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1, 11 1 11 11 1. 11 11 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 is 1 Bozianl Goals from FOOTBALL GAMES October 5, at Peekskill Pawling 7, Peelzsleill M. A. 10 PAWLING 'E PEEKSKILL Blair .....-.-.- -... l eft end ......... .... L ewis Redman .... .....- l eft tackle ......... Dunning Von Bernuth. .... left guard .... . ..... Silleck DeLamater .... .... c enter ........ .. ..Sinclaire Dean .......... right guard.. .... .. Holburt Andrews... -... ...right tackle .... .......'l'illey Russell ............ right end .... . .Wardin McCormick .... ..quarter back .... . ...... Pratt Bell ...... . .... left half back ...-.. Hasbrouck Weis ...... .... f ull back --.-. Johnston QCapt.j Clarkson tCapt. j .. .right half back... Welch Touchdowns: Weis, Pratt. Goals from touch- downs-Clarkson, Johnston. Goals from field- Hasbrouck. Substitutions-Goff for Bell. . Time of quarters-10 and 5. Referee-Mr. Gardner. October I2, at Pawling Pawling 7, R. P. I. Freshmen 6 PAWLING R. P. I. Position BlStC1' ..... . .... left end ..... ....... C Oley Redman ---- ---- l eft tackle ...... .... E ldridge Brown -........... left guard .... -. ...- Galion Andrews ...... .. .... Center .... ...... .... A s hton Von Bernuth .... right guard .... ..Friedmont Coleman .--. ...... r ight tackle .... . .... Bozian Tilton .... .. ...... .right Crld ...... ...... R yan McCormick .-.- quarter back ...... ...... H ussy Chalmers. ...- left half back .... .... I Iegeman Park er .... .... r ight half back, .......... Schilt Weis. .... ...... . ..f11ll back .... .... . . . ..M0f5e Touchdowns-We , . touchdowns-Parker. Substitutions-Bottome for Tilton, Sanderson for McCormick, Dean for Brown, Andrews for Coleman, Cullman for And- rews, DeLamater for Bottome, Boardman for von Bernuth, Smith for Dean, Goff for Bister. McLean for Redman. Referee-Mr. Anderson. Umpire-Mr. French. Head linesman-Mr. C. Cullinan. Time keeper- Mr. La Ment. Time of quarters-12 and 15 min. October 16, at Pawling Pawling 14, Riverview I6 PAWLING RIVERVIEW Blall' ---- ---- ---. l C ft End ....... Quintard C. Cullinan .... left tackle .... .... B urrows Dean .... . .... ...left guard .... .... . Utter I. Cullinan.. ...... center .... .. Dunn Brown -.-.-.---- right guard .... ....... S ullivan Coleman- --.. ..right tackle ------- --Reinhardt Bottome .,.. ..... r ight end ......- .-.. ..-. M i ller MCCormick .... quarter back Bethart QCapt.Q Chalmers ........ left half back. .... . ..... Haff Parker .... ..... . right half back -.-.... Sheniffs Weis .... .... . .... f ull back .... . .... ...... T horp Substitutions for Pawling: Clarkson for Par- ker, DeLamater for Dean, Bell for Weis, Goif for Clarkson, Sanderson for McCormick, McCormick for Sanderson. For Riverview: Robbins for She- niifs. Touchdowns: Chalmers, Blair, Bethart Thorp. Goals from touchdowns: Clarkson 2, Dunn. Goals from field: Thorp. Referee: Mr. An- derson. Umpire: Mr. Smith. Head linesman: Mr. French. October Ig, at Pawling Pawling 0, PAWLIN G H. S. of Commerce 20 COMMERCE Bottome .... .... .... 1 e ft end .... . .... . . . St1'Ong C. Cullinan... .---left tackle.... .Hagemeyer Dean .... .... ..... . . left guard .... Montgomery J. Cullinan ...... .... c enter. .... ....... D eboer DeLamater ....... right guard ......-.... Hecht Coleman .......... right tackle --....-.-.. Caun Upgon ....... . .... right end .... Kear QCapt.J GOff ...... .... .... q u after back .... ...... B fown Chalmers. .... ...left haft back .... McCusken Parker ...... .... right half back .... .. Blodgett Clarkson QCapt,J....full back ...... .... F reer Substitutions-Bedman for C. Cullinan, Clapp for McCusker, McLean for Delmater, McCormick for Goff, Bell for Parker, Sanderson for McCor- mick, Kanarek for Brown, Petner for Deboer, Boardman for J. Cullinan. Toucl1downs-McCus- ker 2, Blodgett. Goals from touchdowns-Bloch gett 2. Referee-Mr. Anderson. Pawling. Umpire -Mr. T. Fred Goldsmith, Pawling. Time keeper- Mr. Smith. Commerce. Time of quarters-12 and 10 minutes. 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Spun' Qlaptain, 31111111 Emight Iflirihgv POSITION left end left end left tackle left tackle left guard center 1'ig'l1t guard right tackle right end ri g'l1t end quarter back left half back right half back full back ' 64 AGE HIGHT 18 5-11 17 4 6- 1 16 6-4 18 .5-11 17 6 . 18 5-10 17 5-10 16 6 18 6-1 14 6 16 5-8 16 5-8 16 5-7 17 5-11 WEIGHT 135V2 134 157 150 138 146 185 142 143 152 136W 1352 121 1445 Baavhall Svrhvhule PAWLING vs. Saturday, April 12 New York Military Academy PAWLING Vs. 1 SCORE Wednesday, May-7 ' Irving, at Pawling. ' at Pawlin g. , f Wednesday, April 16 Peekskill, at Pawling. Saturday, April 19 Penn. Fresh, at Pawling. XVednesday, April 23 Hackley, at Tarrytown. Saturday, April 26 Columbia Fresh, at lfawling. Wednesday, April 30 A Halbrook, at Pawling. Saturday, May 3 1 Union Seconds, at Pawling. Monday, May 5 Kent, at Pawling. 'Saturday, May 10 Eastman, at Pawlingf Wednesday, May 14 . Hotchkiss, at Lakeville. Saturday, May 17 ' , Willianis Fresh, at Williamstown. 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FRED GOLDSMITH... .. .... .. . . ..Pitcher HOMER GOFF... .. . ----- . -- - - - --Catcher MILTON A RUSSELL .... . . . .. . . . . .Catcher FRANCIS BOTTOME.. .. . .... . . ..CatChe1- FILMORE K. ROBESON.-. -. . . ..1st Base RALPH MCADAM .... . . .... .. .. . . . .. ...ISt Base ELLIOTT UPSON .... . . . . . .... . .. ..2nd Base GRENVTLLE PARKER - . . . . . .. .. ..Short Stop ARTFIUR I-IOWLAND .... .. ... ... .. . . .... .,.. ........3rd Base WILLIAM J. CHALMERS... .. .. . ...... . .. .. . . . .. ...0ut5e1def W. FLOYD CLARKSON.. .... ......-... . . . .. .... ......Outfielder JOHN JAY VAN SCHAACK .... . . .... . .. . ..... ..0ut5e1def FRANCIS METCALF.. .... ..... .... . . .. . . . . ..Out5e1der 67 BASEBALL SQUAD xi, Q-A..-4-1 up n.. . 1 TRACK SQUAD r-- . um. -A -K . ACK lf. -75 XE ,I af SN n 5 A . ' NWll"5'? 5 ' . X N 2 ' " 5" '.:'s.... -:- ' W Z. V V gwigl f af "1 .7 J 2. 4' 0 ff-':f:-.-.. jyj' fl, , 2221? M ' "' ' aff, l.3',f'f'5f6:f":f14 4 iff' f 1 f.."'H, 'h6f V., ' ' - ', . I Q. . ji?" .y.::Q.'y ff gif. lffugl ,M 2 ,Lf W. 12? 'Egg 2'3' ..A-. ' V' .' , A A ,, ,W . .- .1 iff' . 1 f , . ' I' f'4" " " ..,i? , V fff 3 J I OFFICERS ELLIOTT F. UPSON.. - -- DURNO N. CHAMBERS ...- - C. LINSLEY QUAINTANCE .... .- . .... . .... Captain - - - -Manager - .Assistant Manager i TRACK SQUAD JOHN G. ALLEY THOMAS S. ANDREWS JOHN BELL JOHN BISTER WERICIQ J. BROADMAN DUDLEY T. BOTTOME J. HAYWARIJ BROWN WILLIAM T. BROWN DURNO N. CHAMBERS WENDELL W. CLINEDINST . REGINALD E. CROUSE JOHN H. CULLINAN MARTIN T. CORNWELL LLOYD H. DALZELL FRANCIS B. DEAN EDWARD DE CERNEA ADDISON FORDYCE T. FRED GOLDSMITH HUBERT G. GRABEAN W. TURNER HIL1'ON, JR. ROLLO G. JERMYN, JR. JOSEPH LEEMING JOHNQH. LEEMING G. RAINSFORD MAR'1'IN CHARLES I. MCLEAN JOHN OWEN C. LINSEY QUAINTANCE CHARLES ROOME CLARENCE M. SANDERSON MARTIN B. SAPORTAS SAMUEL SHELDON, JR. I-IOWLAND W. SHERMAN ELLIOTT F. UPSON, fCapt.J LOUDON S. WAINWRIGHT CLAYTON B. WEED . 70 ' ' Q...- 7""l'1-' C9 L-KQN M 7 :B-: fl l A W" W5 H 6 Q 'Paw LING' HILES, sf ' r' S ge Wqmx C 'f-J Q 9511.931 .-. .-1. fs., -- -LQ -X, w Q 1 H- r w' V 'iff' RT sf- 'V H "Q ' 55:5 X XNN XXX NXXX NN , X S X X X X?-3 N 'i' N? 5 'Q A Xi XC3 N115 xiii X6 N-jg N353 PA WLING TRACK RLCORD Event Time Name Ygmf 60 yard dash 6 4-5 seconds A. DRURY IQ68 W O . W 100 yard dash IO 1-5 seconds LER Jr IQH . A. DRURY 1908 220 yard dash 23 seconds A. DRURY 1908 440 yard dash 52 seconds H. BRIGHAM 1910 Half-mile run 2 minutes 3 2-5 sec. H, BRIGHAM 1910 Mile run 4 minutes 30 3-5 sec. H. BRIGHAM 1909 120 yard hurdles 16 seconds W. OLER, jr IQI2 220 yard hurdles 26 1-5 seconds R. HILANDS 1909 Running high jump 6 feet 3 5-8 inches W. OLER, jr IQI2 Running broad jump 21 feet 7 1-2 inches W. OLER, jr. 1912 Standing broad jump IO feet 3 inches W. OLER, jr IQIZ Pole vault I0 feet 8 inches G. BRYAN 1909 Shot put 46 feet 7 1-2 inches M. FLYNN 1910 Hammer throw 139 feet TO inches H. BROWN 1913 71 . 'x.s...L 1 I , A ,fi- .2 3' 95 10 1 7 JH I 'Em' 1908 IQIO IQIO TQII 1910 1912 1912 1911 1909 IQIO 1911 1909 Qwrnrhn HOTCI-IKISS-PAWLING MEETS fVC7NE .Skhool 1mmyd.daQ1 DRURY PAWHJNG 220-yd. dash MCCUNTOCK H0'1'cHK1ss 440-yd. dash NICCLINTOCK IIOTCUKISS 880yd.run BECKWUTH f1OTCHKHB One-mile run YOUNG PIOTCHKISS 120-yd. hurdles OLER 4PAW'l.TNG 220-yd. hurdles NEALE H0TcHK1ss , , CJLER high Jump KING PAWLING broad jump OLER PAWLING pole vault REEVE HO1'CHKISS shot put OLER PAWLING hannnerlhrow 13ANKS I10TcHK1ss 72 0.1 Ill N N NT gg I4 V I! 1' "M 4 49 'rj I I qi: ,. - ,I I I I ......, 'f if -E 2 - I P "' - ' - ' -- ,--- - .-- .. -- -- ,r -: :s,..,- ---1-, ,,, f ' L 'H . A f Q PI," "-Q ' girl-ug f:.',:-:,' 'G g'- .-S-1'f- I -:Q fy , ' - x 'X' . I 3471 ":- :Eg .- I-'fi 1: --x-::5.fy:': Q ,iff 4,' X ' ' 4 - H' QL ": 3. - 'I 'f' -Z""'J- -".. Q ': N- -5- 'C -' -yur ' ' I .- -. . - - . - ..- -N 7 3 N .. -. H A ,.. , - -3 - 1 1, , X x 'X " I 'h ' 0 - 1 akin 1 f 1 5 ,-- ' - 1 1 di- 4 'L 1:-'11, .- - -1 fog. we N f.f . -1 -'- 1 . -- 4 . - , -- --... nc, -t - X- ... . 1 ,, - ,, X s Q . - L,,: , - ,J 3 fx v .' ' 'H ' D -, -1 -3 1" ' - 1' -. 'L-1 4 7 X , . , , - , f - ' ' 1157 5 . ,.,-,,..,x.,-, ,,..,,,., ,.,..,-.1 .. " -1 '. Q ,.. I1 1 V W' GX In f I -1 LJ 112 Yime I0 1-5 23 53 min. 2 3-5 4 min. 37 I6 3-5 27 2'5 5 ft. 6 21 ft. 75 IO ft. X 42 ft. 65 147 ft. 6 I SCC . SCC. SCC SCC SCC a . o SCC. sec in in in in in -X:-F4 Q11 P+ XXX y 554 'I X' 9. I X V15 'Q .GX-111- :Sis . . ..., , I.-I - 35 -.I"?'g':I.I-I Ilgrff' 1-f"."'. 'II ' Q' .vi .I :I' 1 W I':3.:'.f"u.x".I ,, , ..I -.. I C QI :.!'-:. 'MII Hg gh' 1' UI-I :"'I .-,,f,,I.n11I :.I -IV, ' I '- . l Ull. .'Is. I , I'I.I.-.I II. 1-g'.,.:'QI'.1'II I - 'I In I, ,I :qi-JvIII',I Ln. 'v -.I I yi! I - ' 1 ': M711 :HI In y": I 'II f'x",I.I In 'IIHII 'I 'I-x , I I . I . 1 fl"Lf' 'I IJII, '1'n',xI-I I -I. 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High jump OLER IPD TAYLOR TI-IJ 5 ft. 6 in. Pole vault HEYL CH: WOODWARD IPI IO ft. Shot put OLER IPD MADDEN LH1 41 ft. 654 in. Hammer throw RUNYON IH? PIXLEY KHI I39 ft. 1 in. NEW YORK UNIVERSITY MEET APRIL I9II Pawling, fourth place, 9 pOintS HIGH JUMP SHOT PUT OLER, Ist Pizza' OLER, flllz Place POLE VAULT W00DwARD, 3rd Place '73 ll 1 X ,f ,f 1, 4 15:46 i 1 1 1 . V 1' I . , Q ' V -1- 1 , 1, . 1 '1 1 11? " l 5151-1 1 -11',",1'.', 1 I I1' ' X . 1- 1 -'. 1. 1 1 11 1 1,,'1 , .11 11 1 4' " , l.,','1, 1 11 1 5' ' T ',1'1-. H' i .j1-,- ' . '-"1:1.1 -.1 11i.1.' 1 , - K 1 1 11,,,11 .'1., -1.11-I ,11 ,A 11 1 I' 1110 -"X ' 1' -'1 1 5 ,j'11'-, - 1 '11"'.5'.11'! 1 ,1-1 fr -, 1 -1 1'1,3.11.' 11' 11 1 - S-. " '1 1 ,., I , . tux- 11,1 1 '11' l11'5:,!.'1,,11 F .- 1-1 1 . '.4"1'u I .111 "M .11 1A 1 1 1 1.' 11 1. ,1 .Q 11 11, '1'::'..' -"'1 111' -.1' '41 " ,g 1 111,11 - 1: X .3 -1 1 1.11121 11 ,'11.'1f 1 1 1 1 11' . 1 . 1 1111, 1 1 . 1 .1 1-I' 1 51 1,11..111' 1 1, l,!1 V ,11,,,y. 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GRIFFING. . .Assistant Manager T E A M Afzzvfze Posiiiofz A ge W'eig'h1f .Heighl W. FLoY1i CLARKSON, Captain V center IQ I5I 5-II He played a consistent game, throughout the season, was a good skater, a fair shot, and was willing to confine his efforts to keeping his team Work- ing together, and to encourage them. JVa111e Posiiiozz Age Weigh! Iieighi LYTTLETON B. P. GOULD goal IQ 152 5-11 PAUL J He played a consistently good game throughout the season, and in almost every game had a larger number of stops to his credit than the opposing goal tender.. His experience stood himself and the team in good stead. Afame Posiiiovi A ge We1g'hi Ifeighzf FEUCHTXVANGER . point .16 1:52 ' 6 This was his first year on the team, and, although he showed the lack of experience, he nevertheless made up for it, to a large extent, by his ag- gressiveness. ' 76 it BU I . ., ,Evil 1 , iii' . . .-, . i 9 l l tial. A " 4, vi . HOCKEY GAMES February 6, 1913 Pazoiing' II Holbrook 0 PAWLING HOLBROOK Hutcheson ........ goal ......... Eilbeck Gould ............ point ...... .Cushman Feuchtwanger . .cover point.. .McCrehad Upson ........ rover. . .Kwonloon CCapt.J Clarkson fCapt.J. . . .center ....... Rome Van Schaack ...... left wing ...... May Jermyn ....... right wing ....... Osborn Goals, first period-Upson, Pawling, 1.355 Van Schaack, Pawling, 125 Van Schaack, Pawling, 15.145 Clarkson, Paw- ling, 19.10. Second period-Upson, Pawling, 1.055 Jermyn, Pawling 4.005 Upson, Pawling, 7.155 Clarkson, Pawling, 9.125 Upson, Pawling, 13.055 Clarkson Pawling, 14.00. Penalties,Upson, 2 mi- nutes. Referee, Mr. ,La Ment. Timer, Sanderson, Umpires, WVeed, Potter. Time of halves, 20 a11d 15 minutes. 7 February 8, 1913 ' Pczzoling' 2 Co1'Zl'o1z I PAWLING , CARLTON Hutcheson ....... goal ....... McCormick Gould . .... point ............ Johns Feuchtwanger .cover point ...... Nichols Upson ........... rover ......... Casgrain Clarkson ........ center .... .... S ullivan Van Schaak. . .l.eft wing. ...... Theband Jermyn QD. Chainbersj .right wing. O'Brien Goals by Van Schaack, Pawling, 12.055 Casgrain, Carlton, 14.255 Upson, Pawl- ing, 18.15. Penalties--Clarkson and Sul- livan 1 minute. Referee-Mr. Peacock. Timer- -Blair. Umpires:-VVeed, Smith. Times of halves -Twenty minutes. February 15, 1913 Pazolifzg' 0 Tafz' 7 PAYVLING TAFT Hutcheson. ...,.... goal. . . ...... McKee Gould ..... ........ p oint ........... Ells Feuchtwanger. . .cover point ..... Metcalf Upson ............ cover ......... Farwell Clarkson tCapt. J . .center ...... Donnelly Van Schaack. ....left wing ......... Jacob Jermyn right wing. Bermer QCapt.J Goals, first period-Metcalf 8.025 Don- nelly. 17.00. Second period.-Metcalf, 2.30, Ells, 6.005 Jacob, 10.155 Bermer 16.02. Substitutes for Pawling-Beekman for Jermyn, Chambers for Van Schaack. For Taft-Coles for Jacob, Andrews for Donnelly. Referees-Mr. La Ment and Mr. Walden. Umpires-McCorin1ck and Smith. Timer-Sanderson. Time of halves-twenty minutes. February 18, 1913 Pazolzozg' 6 .fVorrz'sfozw1 I PAWLING MORRISTOWN Position Gould ............ goal. .Whiting lCapt.j Steers ........... point. ., .. ...... Hewitt Feuchtwanger. .cover point . ..DeVita1is Upson. .......... rover ....... Toothe Clarkson CCapt.l center ......... Gray Van Schaack . . .left wing ...... McPhail Looram .QJermynl.. .right wing .Bissell F11'St Derlod goals-Toothe, Morristown 15. Up- son, Pawling 15.30, Looram, Pawling 16.00, Clark- son. Pawling 17.00. Second period -Clarkson, 1f'3'lVl1llg. 1., Upson, Pawling, 5.00. Clarkson. Paw- ling, .7.50. Referee- Mr. Daggelt. Timers- Hlllltlglg, Morristown, Grifling, Umpires-Knonth and NN eed. Time of halves-20minutes. February 24, 1913 Pawlzng 8 Kkllf 3 PAWLING KENT Gould ........... goal .......... Berkley Steers ............ point . ....... ..Ash Parker ........ cover point ....... Savage Upson ...... . . rove . Laube CCapt.J Clarkson QCapt.J . .center .......... Pratt Van Schaack .... left wing ......... Cook Jermyn ....... right wing ...... Robinson Goals first period-Parker, Pawling, 7.02, Laube, Kent, 10.00, Upson, Pawling, 11.30. Second period -Upson, Paw1ing,50, Upson, Pawling, 2.35, Clark- son, Pawling, 3.20, Laube, Kent, 6.15 Cook Kent, 12 02, Upson, Pawling, 14.00, Clarkton, Pawling, 18.30, Upson, Pawling,19.35. Referee-Mr. LaMent. Timer-A. B. Hilton. Umpires - Weed, Smith. Time of haves-20 minutes. March 3, 1913 Pazoliug' 3, fl cz1's1f1'om 0 . PAWLING HARS FROM Gould ..... ...... g oal. ...... C. Painter Feuchtwanger .... point .... .O. Painter Parker ...... cover point. . . . .Reynolds Upson .......... rover ...... Rook QCapt.D Clarkson lCapt.j center .......... Fuller Looram fJermynp. .left wing. . . Eisman Van Schaack. . .right wing ...... Berger Goals first period-Upson, Pawling, 10.2, Second period-Clarkson. Pawling, 5.07, Parker, Pawling l3.03. Referee--Mr LaMent. Timer-Sanderson. Umpires-Weed, Potter. Time of haves-18 and 20 minutes. March 4, 1913 Pazolifzg I hfoiclzkiss 0 PAVVLING HO'l'CH KISS Gould. . ......... goal ............ York Feuchtwanger. . .point . . ..... Tredway Parker ........ cover point ...... Duncan U son .......... rover .......... Baker P Clarkson QCapt.J. .center ........ Griggs Van Schaack. .left wing. . Kelly lCapt.l Jermyn ...... right wing .... Vinkenstad Goals-Van Schaak, 3.30 second half. Referee- Mr. Knight and La,Ment. Timer-Mathiesscn. Time of halves-20 and 15 minutes. - , - -7 V - -. W Y-, H , ,,,,, , , ........,,.,-...n.,.,,- w- W 1- W-r - , ff-.1--,. 1 V' gl V Vv W .- M ff ,.,,.,.,..,,.-,,.4,--.,.V-qv..-WV:-?f -ff ,W Hr .,,. ,,,,-,.j. W-, , ,-,. .,....,v.-,MW ,, dr... 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Na17ie Posiiion Age W ei gh! Height oHN . VAN SCHAACK left win 18 140 -rr 8' 5 Van played an aggressive game at' left wing, was very clever at carrying the puck, and a good shot. His one Weakness was a tendency to carry the puck Loo far down the rink before passing or shooting. ' Ncziize Position Age Weigh! Hez'g'1zi R. G. JERMYN l A right wing I7 148 5-I Jack also played hockey for the first time this year, and in view of this deserves credit for the good account he gave of himself. He was naturally fast, and did not try to shine himself, but passed to his center and rover, for which he deserves praise. Afawg V Posiiioli Age Wezglzz' Hez'g'hi ELLloT'r F. UPSON TOVCF I9 I50 5 9 Uppie was far and away the best hockey player on the team, with Parker the only close second, as is shown by the fact that he scored 27 of the 4 goals. The fastest skater, as well as the best shot, it was through his efforts alone that many a game was won. 77 BASKETBALL TEAM 'S s 'v . Fe , 3' ff' ss renee .ser S ' -,-uv .mum --... 'Q S6 'Q yfafiuql 090 W "0 'Q' 'f 80s Q X gn xwsexi 've 'n' 9 'S N' 'z' fg0 L 0 'X . 'x5.'. vngb ' O' .Q 'q Q 0 vb A, J' F c'u"N""'ELs 191.5 1' A H OFFICERS T M1LToN D. RUSSELL. . . .... Captain GANSON G. DEPEW. . . ..... Manager I. DWIGHT BRIDGE ...... ,. .Ass't Manager ' TEAM Na1he Position Age Weight Height - RUSSEI,L, right forward I7 T35 V 5-Io ' Captain Russ played his usual consistent game throughout the season. He was very g fast and clever on his feet, and had the J " ' honor of scoring the largest number of is baskets for the season. i Naihe Position A ge Weight Height HERBERT A. WEIS center ng 183 , 6-I Herb had a remarkably good eye, and scored a large number of baskets every game, which was in part, offset by the fact that did not guard Closely, and so permitted his opponent to Score frequently. He always gave his best, however, and always put life and fight into the team. I ' Naine Positan Age Weight Height WILLIAM J. CHALMERS left guard IQ 163 5-9 I Bill was distinctly a'scoring or what-is known as a running guard. A naturally good shot, he made trouble for an opposing forward, both by guarding him closely scoring heavily against him. Nawie I Position Age Weight Height T. FRED GOLDSMITH right guard zo 193 6-3 Goldy played what is known as a defensive guard, and played it well. His great height was of much Service in intercepting long passes, and his great strength, in breaking up a running attacked. He deserves much credit for playing a difficult position well, a position in which there is little opportunity to SlZ2.1'. Nayng ' Position Age Weight ffeight F. ARTHUR HOWLAND left forward I7 135 5-IO The lightest man on the team, he nevertheless had the distinction of being the cleverest floor-worker, as well as an excellent shot. Being as it Was his first year on the team, we naturally look forward to great things of him in the future. , 1 79 .v 1a fl-sq: .K .f.., "'5,i-'1 CP: .T-f-1 -,ff-.xx U .,'-,v.f- , .m LL-r,-, -'.,,1-'-'fl o Z.. ,xl 1. r' J, Q l'.' 5 Iv 3-: ,j..1'--1 '.' I Q. 'u I V- A ' .s .5 gzgzjf th 1'1" ,f:,.f..lLn 11' J... 19,1- 25 -,tl :ALI 3'-in 1 f. l'2-fx nl l- I ' Al u.u'Jl wil .H . V lx . . , 1 W, L! .I ': f ". 1"l . l'x "'1Ii:'i"'i"'l'.'l.'. Af, .rx :I 2 I I-3 i1.L1L,1! fi ,r 1" '.,.'i'Q.x - as I ,1"' , f:','f.-. "" Ill' -hw ll Il - ' 6 I fmt A -' ' 1 922.241 ' g 3' I x. 'Q a vm H 1 I llili Q I . M , - .1-I3."' ,H , gl..-',..x-'I I lx, 1 lj Ll, I ll . 1- .1.1. ,IQ I ' 'rX't .ffl-'-1, u I: ,XII ,gn . - ' I ,x l U1 i hz rflex! Wfzll "--il" If , M. .ll f -fx ' ,' 'Q' J' ,HQ . . I :Vi """f Q 1'i"N!'.17 A' . . I Q' - y xl' . Mom ,nx'4ul'i" YI- llxull ,WC f.-:wi n 'u'lm', 1. ', U - fli I . .. 1 H 2 ff'.,.s,.g!5.,-, 2 .njjlcl 1" -:IT I . H3 fl , ar. :f1:f?fff-M Q. F'-15:75 433 CQA"'1 -'AK E' Q' lpwfgff -FSE:-3 .2 XXX U1 qi B .V 3 BASKETBALL GAMES December 7, 1912 'U Es tis: HS Z? 003 be Q N4 Q E 5 5' Q W. :ffl IND asc DP Quaintance.--f--left forward ---- ------- C arr Russell fCapt.7--right forward .--- Searles Goldsmith . ........ Center .... .... ...... I 4 Obin Chalmers. .... ...left guard ---- . ---, ---Jones Rainey fWeedj--right guard ---- Maynard Goals: Russell 6, Lobin 6, Chalmers 4, Goldsmith 3, Searles 3, Quaintance 2, Carr 2. e Goals from fouls: Maynard. Referee: Mr. La Ment. Umpire, Mr. Hopper. Timer, W. Blair, jr. Time of Halves, 20 minutes. January 11, 1913 Pczwling 32 R. P. I. 23 PAWLING R.,P. I. Howland fSmalD left forward Icke fCapt.j Russell CCapt.j right forward Murphy Weis ....... ........ C enter ........ . .... K1-iel Chalmers- ---- ...left guard Gray Goldsmith ------ right guard ---------i Martin Goals: Weis 5, Russell 3, Chalmers 3, Small 2, Howland 3, Kriel 5, Icke 2, Gray Z, Martin Murphy Goals from fouls: Gray l. Referee, Mr. La Ment. Umpire, Mr. Alcott. Timer, W. Blair, jr. , Time of Halves,-20 minutes. 80 . january 18, l9l3 PawZing'39 MZ. V87'7l07Z Z2 PAWLING . MT. VERNON Small CQuaintanceJ left forward Wilson Russell fCapt.J ---- Blakeman Clilrskinel right forward Weis ------ -.-. ---- c e nter-- Bradbeer CCapt.J Chalmers ----.. left guard ---. - --..-. Cathcart Goldsmith ---. right guard -.--.- -- ---- T ynan Goals: VVeis 8, Small 5, Chalmers 3, Cathcart 3, Russell Z, Bradbeer 2. Goals from fouls: Russell 3, Bradbeer 2. Referee, Mr. Davis. Umpire, Mr. La Ment. Timer, J. H. Schmid. Time of halves, 20 and 15 minutes. . January 25, l9I3 Pawlivzg' 27 Hackley 25 PAWLING HACKLEY Howland QSmallQ- - .left forward- - - -Smyth Quaintance CRussell5 right forward Gray Bottome fWeisj--f-center' ---- -, --.-- Stanton Goff CChalmersD --.- left guard--lHotchkiss Rainey CGoldsmithD .----- ------ - Kingsland . right guard Goals: Smyth 7, Weis 5, Small 3, Stanton 3, Howland 2, Quaintance 2, Bottome 2, Gray 2. Goalfrom fouls: Smyth 3, Russell l. Referee, Mr. Seeley Timer, J. H. Schmid. Time of of halves , 20 minutes. February 1 1913 Pawlw, 34 Yale 2nd 27 PAWLING YALE Small left forward Buns Russell fCaptj right forward Banks We15 .... . ...... Center. . ...... .... 5 Cuddef Chalmers- ---- ---left guard --.. .-.- - Marting C oldsmith right guard ----.. J----Weed Goals: Russell 6 Weis 6 Chalmers 4 Banks 4 Sudder4 Buns 3' Weed 2 ' oldsmith . Goals from fouls Scudder I Referee. Mr La Ment. Timer. W. Blair, jr. Time of halves 20 minutes. - Februar5 12 1913 Pawlw 28 F1 czsmus .78 PAWLING ERASML S Quaintance CHowlandJ Gray left forward Russell CCapt I E, ans Qqjapt right forward Goldsmith- -..-.. -Center -...----.--- Sclm artz Chalmers ----- left guard ------ ---- K aufman Rauley ..,... . .1-ight gudrd .,........ M urplly foals. Chalmers 6 Evans 6 Goldsmith 3 Russell 2 Howland 2 Sehvx artz 2 Quaintanee I, Kaufman I Referee. Mr La Ment T1mer:C Cull1nan . Time of halves: 15 and 20 minutes February 8, 1913 February 15, 1913 lfawling 56 Mofffisiozvzz 22 g Pawlif1e'20 Yhff 15 PAWLING MORRISTO WN PAVVLING TAFT Howland fQuaintanceJ -------,-- Q--Hunting left forward - Russell CCapt. I ---right forward- - Hayburn Goldsmith- .--. ..-eenter--- -.-- Worcester Chalmers --..- left guard ..-- ------- J ohnson Rainey QWeedI- --right guard- --Rosenfeld Goals: Chalmers ll, Russell 9, Rosen- feld 5, Goldsmith 3, Quaintanee 3, Hun- ting 3, Hayburn 3, Howland 2. Referee: Mr. La Ment. Timer: W. Blair, jr. Time of halves: 20 minutes. February 22d, 1913 Pawling 36 N. Y. U. F7'6Sh77L67Z 61, PAWLING N. Y. U. FRESHMEN Howland .... left forward. . .. . Newman Russell fCapt.j . .right forward. . Sieburn Goldsmith fWeisD . .center .... Schelpert Chalmers ..... left guard ........ Barnett Goff QGoldsmithj . .right guard Wolfson QScheinbergI Goals: Schelpert 13, Sieburn 9, Russell 7, Newman 5, Howland 3: Goldsmith 3, Chalmers 3, Barnett 2, Wolfsonl. Refree-Mr. LaMent. Timer-G. Depew. Scorer-J. H. Schmid. Time of halves-20 minutes. Howland left forward Mallon fSweeneyI Russell- ---- ---right forward-H -.---- -Brush Goldsmith - - ------ ee nter ------------ Garfield Chalmers ------- ---left guard ---- -- ---- Sayre Rainey QGoffJ--right guard ------------ Taft CWeedj Goals: Russell 3, Goldsmith 3, Brush 3, Mallon 2, Garfield 2, Howland I, Chalmers I. Goals from fouls: Russell 4, Mallon. Referee: Mr. Stillman. Timer: C. Cullinan. Time of Halves: 20 minutes. March 1, 1913 PdZUZ37l,g7' 49, Sfevefzs Prep. Z7 PAYVLI NG STEVENS Howland CSmallI ..... Wharry QDoolingI ' left forward. Russell QQuaintaneej ...... Story CCapt.j right forward ' Goldsmith fBottomej Sheffield CXVl1arryj center Coff QRaineyI .... left guard .... Graydon Ghalmers Q W'eedj right guard Campbell Goals: Quaintance 10, Goldsmith 5, Wharry 3, Story 3, Russell 2, Howland 2, Chalmers 2, lfVeed, Small, Bottome, Sheffield, Dooling. Goals from fouls: Russell, VVharry. Referee, Mr. La Ment. Timer, C. Cullinan. Scorer, bl. D. Snyder. Time of halves, 20 minutes. A I w n 'A X 1 H I 1 TENNIS TEAM I ' 4 ' , , S . 1 'VQWW WWJW : Q sgg, 4 30.4 v 99 si 0 5 gg. A 0.9 '.Qg9,t ' Q O 6 ui in". H 00 V xhas .' "O Qty 'swf 7 DURNWELL I5 0 Q" . . 5 N 'r' . - , ' 3 O ,.l .4 7:5 0 4 A 05 O 1 980, 3 O "Q A Aff' - VA' 5 , . C Q sfpla 5 f 4 1 .Al . .- , ee it fi 1 l.. REGINALD F. CRoUsE - Captain and Manager l T E A M LEONARD BEEKMAN REGINALD E. CRoUsE MARTIN T. CORNWELL EDGAR T1LToN, JR. MATCHES PAWLING 2 :HILL 3 ' SINGLES Beekman QPJ defeated McKim QHJ-Q7-51 C6-81 Q6-rj Crouse CPJ defeated Blair QHD-C6-25 Q6-3j Parder QI-IJ defeated Grifiith QPJ-C6-2j Q7-55 'DOUBLES Pardee and Reed defeated Taylor and Griffith CPD C6-4? 16 25 Blair and Mcliini defeated Beekman and Crouse CP! C6-43 C4-6j Q6-45 May IO Princeton Inter-Scholastics " I7 Trinity College at Pavvling " 2 21 Morristown at Pawling " 24 Hill at Pawling " 26 Hotchkiss at Hotchkiss " 30 Holbrook at Pawling 85 'rs-.:'1.':x:1-:.-::.'r'::,:1x::-'.....g :ra-:ik 3 , ,v - , 7 , , 3 ' ' - --A----.---+- -Y -. . - -.. , - 2 ,V ,. - :A Y, ML,-.,f:,"' "'7:"l1f-L-fmfjjlf'-,"jTj"".jiifj 4fL?:L":'f. 'J jj: ":.-rr:-f-frf1-1'a-:1f-r-1r1-.-'.2f:fr:::"e121-1::1.fe:2z:.:i?Q-:f2':??2?f-':F:.- ..,,.,-,.1.,.:.'3:""N AJ" ' , , - .... v- -'rv-A---W A---A --- ' - vw -WM---1 - l-r --' - - , . -F 4. 1 1 - . - .... SWIMMING TEAM if ' cl-:EER LEADERS ' I 111 !4A!x..Qiv ,vig Q' Q: el' l.' 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Robeson J. Lummis ZHun1ha11 W. F. Clarkson C1912-135 XV. J. Chalmers T. S. Andrews VV. S VonBernutl1 11912-131 C. F. Cullinan E F. Upson 11912-13p J. H. Cullinan M. D. Russell 41912-133 M. L. Coleman G. M. Parker C1912-13? W. Blair C. I. McLean W. C. McCormick T. F. Goldsmith H9113 J. J. Bell H. A. Weis J. S. DeLamater J G. G. Depew 1Mgr.5 Qnrkrg E. F. Upson 41912-135 E. F. Upson C19125 TU 4 QD . Q , 5? ewan awww:-1 gr' ,ogifngpdin 2 gow? 3wcgWQ IND g3"C3OCln-- ' Q- an ""'mps 'Q' 5 rDm2mj1pgW'O ow V GQPH w3D355 wghq E3 EQ? Q Q ,-X E 5 QSCSEE S 5 :2Sb2t2'Tm SD Nlxnlvmr-AN: H 4-M w.fx"""lND Q-A xy: 3 3 '35 Fi" af as 1. We ' 0 0 5?-? 5 n 3 Cl 5-153265 Q i in S90 +53 FD E no or z m V A 5. 5- Em 3 'P A Q 3 9 SEIU? Beekman C1911-12-135 Tilton T. Cornwell 91 C. L. Quaintance F. B. Dean fMgr.' C. M. Sanderson iBaakriha1l M. D. Russell C1912-135 T. F. Goldsmith H. A. Weis C. S. Quaintance 119125 W. . Chalmers F. A. Howland W. F. Clarkson C1912-135 J. J. VanSchaack L. B. P. Gould 11912-13y P. 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'15 Cscratchy IO 2-5 " 100-yd dash CFacultyl Mr. jones qscratch' Mr. Elliott 14 Ydsj Mr. French C3 ydsj IO 2-5 220-yd dash Oler Cscratchp jones Q5 ydsp De Cernea ,I4 16 ydsy 23 1-5 220-yd hurdles Griffith Cscratchp Clinedinst ' C35 yds? Sanderson '14 C29 ydsp 28 2-5 " I2O-yd hurdles Oler C,I2 scratch? Sherman C25 yds? Bailey - '12 Q20 yds? 16 4-5 " 440-yd dash DeCernea 'I4 Cscratchp Sheldon Q20 ydsx Coleman '13 . C20 yds? 56 2-5 ' 880-yd run Bailey 'IZ C20 ydsh Griffen C35 ydsb Upson ,I4 qscratchb 2:08 1-5 ' One Mile Run D. Chambers '13 C17 ydsj C. Roome ' C60 ydsj Bell '13 C100 ydsy 4:56 2-5 Broad jump Jermyn '15 C2 ft gin? Crouse '13 C3 ft IO ini DeLamater '13 Q3 ft Ioinp 23 ft in High Jump Rushmore ,I2 C13 in? Woodward ,I2 ClI7ll15' Quaintance ,I4 C15 in! 6 ft in Pole 'Vault Hutcheson C3 ft 6 in? T. S. Smith CIft6ll1D Willard C3 ft 6 in? 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Q - -.-,V 62 Q9 A- , Q , 1,0 V , 5 A Q ..,. mg, ggilm fi Q. ,Q ,K if. . 5:5 VV 'V V, f Q1 ' VV ' " V ' ' V I :Q V 'IV .- . , t Q 12 W 5 ,ij lf! -. .VA -V ' -Dv Var' ' . 'A V I ' -A Q . , V V Q . ..Q -- is 'Af " , V , QQ .. f ..,5 . Q .- Q S..-I 2 X OFFICERS OF ST. JOHN'S SOCIETY II' 1 11 fr i 'l ..-.-I I 1.1 1 1 I 1 I 1 I I I I I I I I I I 1 I I I I 1 I I I I l I I 1 I I I 1 1 N f FRANCIS GANSON WILLIAM M R 0 Wi 1----4+--4 - z N 14' I Mijn? Y' 'Y mtieig B. DEAN ...... ,..... ...... ...... ................... . . . 1 .... ...... P r esident G, DE P1-EVV .......... . ...... . ..... . . .... . .. .... Vice-President F, CLARKSON .... ...... ...... ........................ ...... S e C 1' etary-Treasurer John G. Alley Thomas S. Andrews Leonard A. Beekman Wiley Blair, jr. George W. Bolton Dudley T. Bottome Francis' Bottome John D. Bridge William F. Cassedy, I Durno Chambers Robert Chambers W. Floyd Clarkson Robert Cluett 111 Rutgers R. Coles Martin T. Cornwell W. Gordon Cox Reginald E. Crouse Craig F. Cullinan john H. Cullinan Lloyd H. Dalzell Francis B. Dean Edward De Cernea john W. Decker John S. De Lamater Ganson G. Depew Harold R. Espey Paul J. Feuchtwanger Addison Fordyce Hume M. Frost Robert G. Gardiner Homer B. Goff, jr. T. Fred Goldsmith Walter F. Gordon Lyttleton P. B. Gould Hubert Y. Grabau C. Field Griffen, jr. I Ralph A. Grifling james H agenbach Kenneth Hayward - Cyrus A. Henry A. B. Hilton, Ir. Vincent K. Hilton W. Turner Hilton, jr. Ripley Hitchcock, Jr. Kenneth S. Hobbs MEMBERS f Aubrey Hutcheson Stuart M. Kerr ' john H. Leeming joseph Leeming . VVillian1 F Leith . Thomas C. Lord Irving VV. Lyon Theodore C. Marceau, jr. G. Rainsford Martin ' John W. Mathews William C. McCormick Francis M. Metcalf .Archibald M. Montgomery George Noakes, Ir. Kenneth O'Brien A Grenville M. Parker C. Linsey Quaintance Richard R. Quaintance Howard E. Rainey A Benjamin R. Redman Harold W. Rickett Charles Roome Frederick Roome Clarence M. Sanderson Martin B. Saportas Ralph B. Saward john H. Schmid Samual T. Shaw Ir. Samuel Sheldon, jr. Grant W. Small Van Tyle Smith J. Donald Snyder joseph I. Spurr Charles R. Steers Harold G. Stoddart William M. Swan Elliott F. Upson Spencer Vanderbilt Iohn I. Van Schaack William S. Van Bernuth Louden S. Wainwright Clayton B. Weed Herbert A. Weis Julius A. White C. Lawson Willard ICS A2 11 0,1 N. 1 5 MIA EU SBK 'I X r' 4 ,lfff ' -" V f f.7hQ 5, A 2185! 5 'LGQ-'. .nl-I-5. .1 , ul!! , , , v , :- i nhl... S ' . ,'.-'.' '- . , :.' - 1 -. ' : . .. .. 1 y , f-1.71. :'-1"-:1l'-- 1:1 ". PQ" f'."""""-'.':"" -1" 1 3 -T' --N 5- - A -- -- -. 'I - ' 5 -. lla - ., , ',-- .,- Lg., .D .-. -1- ---- - 1- r.- ' - 3- .- ,---,':-.- . -.-.,- .- :-:5-x.. r, '- . -, 4 C ..T-,2'- :I If '. --' 1 L- 367- 1 :E ' Di ,1f'.'..'.3."w-N3 'f J - -'-' D Q- ' .?, 1. f' '. .-1 ",.L' "1 - , -.N 11" 14 - ' 1 . f., 1,-1 'E .---..jj' -si ' .tg-, 5 .f y I I Q REX f,.N1 , 'J' ' :-, .- -3 .,- 4- 3,-3-5. 1 Q 9. - - --1 . 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Waters M. B. Flynn I. C. Orr 1913 5. F. Gerken, jr. A. E. Patton . . - Hunt W. L. Potter D. B. Ferguson R M L L S1 d R. H. Sussdorff ' ' OW? ' a e C. F. Lufkrn I. P. Walden 1914 M. M. Munsill T. C. Woodward K. H- Clamv E. Sewall 1 1916 1914 S- 1915 L. S. ' F. L. Gamage, jr. F- D- O- Armstrong R. Jeffrey S. Halstead -I' 1' Bfnock C. D. Young M. Loorarn H- E PHY, If W. M. Oler, jr. Il. H. Carll jr. IQI5 S. C. P Smith J. W Clark R. A. Gowdy H.'W. Cowan W. H. Grossius Ideuuling Qlluh at illiamn C. BAUI-l UTLEY ...... ...... ...... ........................ HENRY W. BANKS III ...... VVILLIAVI B. TURNER ...... HAROLD- SPRING ....... ..... .... ...... 1914 Robert Jewett Robert P. Staas IQI6 G. Calton Fanche Donald Richard 109 .. .............. . . .... , . President . .... Vice-President . .....- Secretary ......Treasurer A 1 I ' 1 1 C I 1 lug V 5 "1 "z 1 S i 1 i I W QV E I i 1 1 5 4 v I I I r f P l g 'T-T"l" Nvs X H W 5 M W Q + W 1 'Im ,H X 1 ' . Mu .3 uczxLc1Zg4 QQ,3gj ,,,uQ! 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W .W x x 1, 1 "' dv. U g V GD Would the Phoenix come out on Time ww- IF Wiley Blair ceased to be ambitious? Clarkson did not Wish everything in the Scroll changed? Mr. Anderson gave human lessons? ' Dean stopped eating? Q Jack Cullinan got into college next fall? Andrews was less loquatious? Maroeau ceased to explain how to get in and out of Yale? Goldy lost his water pistol, cowitch and H. S. bombs? English VI should understand Mr. Henderson questions? 123 7--N 5--u 3'- S Elk X Q G-IS "B'Fi'bG O. E. Motto: HDistance lends enchantmentf' President Hereonoeaterm - FRANK C. HEDLEY Vice-President Home-Everyweek - RALPH A. GRIFFING Secretary 81 Treasurer Kant Seeitherelong - - BENJAMIN R. REDMAN HONORARY MEMBERS In search of eyeglass adjustment jOI-IN H. CULLINAN. To cash a check - - J. HALM CULLINAN To seek recuperation from labor - - - J. H. CULLINAN M E M B E R S l PHILIP V. G. CARTER KENNETH HAYWARD CRAIG F, CULI4INAN ROBERT A. CHAMBERS CHARLES F. RooM13 JOHN G- ALLEYX Mr. Alleyls resignation was requested because of foul pretense of going to New York on an excuse for the Scroll. 125 .4 I, 4 1? 1 2 95 - ' pw- ' 1 2' "N ,...+:. ff . - 1 9 A Z 'I-741 . If - :' fe1 'riff F : e ' -- ef' 1' -TNX .4 - ,J f A A5.:Y f. " ,. ?' P l .5"'fs2: v " ' 1 , Yi Q-'lxx-qc' xg, .5 f If f' xi f 5zif1f?g:5?+?a-X Q T , , . . za - if 21' . Wa - . -an-h T fiimk .,lf,f WWW' R i1is::aas555nii!'--Q-li!li1QWQl!l QEEEE VME 1 ' X "fafQa?"er - i::fi'mi'KWT llixikimafi WSP' .,llmw,,,5gWf- Wipwxx YRESXWQA X ,244 - I , ',i1EfLf'9'f-" Q z, I I XXXRXX. , V 6 I' i,1z'12?ff - ' -2299 1 ' x -i V .mn 33? 1 . . f X .I f if ' V P f' f, -i-4' ax" " ' , 1 'fi 5 fo j 1' 7' ' ' ti' fly!" I I. . :fin V .fl 'vii 'j f ' 1 ix ff5?i5?2'Z.r5f,Qf-ff' f, Ri f " N"ff5 ' L!'5" ' fia:E2'25?g.2"I5 :7i'!I3U ! 4 "" ' i f CEnat Evtivra Glluh President - U-Kan-Git-Nanny , - W. C. MCCORMICK Vice7Preside11t - Fetehem Riso I J. H. CULLTNAN Secretary 8: Treasurer - Rilum Temper - - W. F. CLARKSON Keeper of the Sacred Horn T. FRED GOLDSMITH Goat Harnesser - L. LOORAM Billy Herder - - I. D. SNYDER Bane of Pinkey's Existence - F. B. DEAN Dealer in Goat Fodder '- L. BEEKMAN NATURAL GOAT GETTERS T B. R. REDMAN T M. T. CORNWELL '13 A. FORDYCE H. R. ESPEY J. DECKER R. GRIFFING A 126 T 1-1 E. GALE NDA.R...... S, SEPTEMBER ' ocroismg Novamben. DECEMBER. i JANUAR-f, g l'15L'5G"Eg WXKXXK ' i Xxikikiilkkki '!la5'+ X Q no u nuns uw XXX XQXXJQX '5 Q1 Q qi-3 lb V1 IQ IQ no zu N pg Xl Rm ,q ,Om N U 15 DL' KXMNHK '15 31i5Q5"V3'5N9w lyfvf 'AWN KRS Q2 13 'luusirzs 57222 7439 NYWWN i5fxV'Xi5Qv11k:Q9Qaqsosu 5i,Q1gSXarp.q,rz1 WBRUHRV MARCH NGRIL MAY. i JU NE. X i N ' TSVSXFPK ' x'xp,mQzlws1. xg X Qxxgqxxqxh Wax X il ff fxkxx Y iqiwkix X Hin is 14 74. P555 YU? 'Elf N Nvlflkbf VXRWQNK Xl N 'kk RK iilikr Ps U6 Vila is m ui Mm it KW W4 M15-5i'?f1 MNH NWMXENNA LK yf71Qx3J'J'iI'275Q9 x213muu5":L.v1 38 123 -'ix .Nw gig, -in 151317 12,59 so yu 'rg at iq QQ 51 33134, QQ ggi Sept For the sixth time of its short existence, the great ship, HII1- stitution, " left the moorings of idleness, and With all sails drawing, and riggingcreaking, started on its long voyage of nine months. Much rejoicing of "Sea-dogs, H but many strange faces seen on board. Sept Football candidates called out. Sept 29 HLit," the president of the Korea-Fighters Club, " returns to school, and is very enthusiastic over the prospects of his club for the coming year. O , .' Oct. Wiley was given the honor of occupying the position of Senior Prefect. Oct. Clarkson elected captain of the Football Team to ill the vacancy left by C. R. Black, ex 'l3. Oct. Football at Peekskill-Pavvling 7, Peekskill M. A. 10. Oct. Sixth Form elect Scroll Board, also go on their honor volun- tarily about smoking. About mid-night UReggie" resenting some of "Big Fred,s" repartee, knocked over a lamp. 'cFred" to the rescue with that Hrightf' of his, and hurled the Hery Wreck out of the Window. The other cottagers, being aroused by the noise, crawl out of 1 F Z f fm. . . - N .tsfipxifmf -4 their Windows and do an I - Indian War dance around 1593 5. Q5 . . fri: eg : v-A: 5" fwvfv the still blazing con- L- f f if flagration. Vi O O O 127 1 1, 2- F, Nb sl-1 X , If Y .fig up A14 .+- 1 'Af X. 'll:'C'f ' ' mx .r- V I c RN eng ulf lllll' I f 0 up 'IQ n 4 .J . ,,, ox.:-1. ,. T ,L I I If , ,, - 1. 1 .- - . ' ' ,1,.. 2 I 5 - - -- .. ----- 'T 1 -g-, --:sa ,..-. -. -, - ,- ------ 5 -..-..-.---U 3 - -- -,--. .., - - - . f ,. -- --,-H .. . , . g i-, 1-, -,,.-. : ...... I ,fg--- :-'-"".- '---.7 -5 :-,..: ..'----1-.,,, , 4 -- ."RLY"".'..,- - - 'I - ' - - 4-fb .- -'f H: LH -' - 7 T.:-. 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Six cottagers, on their way to the cottage determine to lend their assistance in putting out the forest fire. The party a great success, except for HComus," who was an absolute gloom. - ' Cornwell wins annual Fall Tennis Tournament. Football-125 Pound Team 32, Mt. Kisco 10. With an injured knee, Wiley departs for New York for a rather extended visit. Football-Pawling O, High School of Commerce 20. Golf at Lawrenceville-Pawling 7, Lawrenceville 2. mf ' .1' S " 'WTZQT 4 ' J 9 Clarkson and the Jew i f . 5 S.: if-'mr -Wg, 1. -: :Q .gill D ,Z endeavor to sell a few mem- ,.,gQgyff,h,,.: gm., - .'.-151521. " XQXLLSESP7 fm 171 'fi . 'i5ilii:fi3d',.-X .11 f':ey1-AH Ofy bOOkS. li. N 0 .4 -Vi-fl'i""' ,eilfiflif ' f X Milf,-1" ,, ' if 5130, -' 4.-fgi:-G ' E'-'i if-Iliff: gntflx nn- H Y ,gif "-'- -if ee-13.3 Y ML- , i L. Y : 4 - '--- ,gill Carter wins annual Fall Golf Tournament. Dr. Gamage returns from the hospital for a few days before his operation. . Football-Pawling 51, Chatham Stars O. 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Ur' ag, . 2- do ll. ln' ,ll if of QD Oct. 27 Oct. 28 Oct. 29 Oct. 31 Nov. 1 Nov. 2 Nov. 3 Nov. 5, Nov. 7 Nov. 9 'iWaldorf Frannyn had a most embarrassing time when his escapade was broached to his charming little blond haired friend. Dr. Gamage returns to hospital for operation. Clarkson placed in evening study by the unanimous vote of the four masters to whom he recites. HDefinitely" he had better take a decided brace. , , Mr. Page comes up to coach the team. The Sixth Form enter- tain some new fellows at a little Halloween party. A few parlor tricks are gone through. Sixth Form pins given' out. Football-Pawling 26, Union 1916 0. A negro quintette give a most enjoyable concert, followed by Depew's annual feed to the Cottagers. 'fi-4 '-+P '? I -Ni A " 5 ST' xi if Y ...ES . ' X 4?, Q2 F -I 71 ,Q :if Ei" ' 5 Q srlv X Q I H ' ,im V IM., KN' Q We .4 F 3 jg ulzfzfllu ,N " - L V-ngiiiili E in .f if 3 'U IWW ...alll 2-0 Q , ,mv 1 Y rn Mix 'Qf I L g V 1 I 1 fl - 9 J I4 - ! Cp ,il fl S .mmmffmuwmuvsumrmew l I I, ,-d- - , If . .1 f lu ! 1 J f f Q ,, A fi i ' ,f' k g f' O --+- ' l Y l r g? VT E 1' I l, We are much relieved to hear th t D D most successful. p EL r. Gamage's operation was A National Convention and a political straw ballot held. Wilson elected, with Taft and Roosevelt following respectively. Chaffen has many supporters. , 1 Practice and scrimmage held in of mud. 1 P0UTi11g rain and a great deal Football-Pawling 13, Hotchki 46 Field House. 4 if 130 SS . Tea served in the new xvx, X: ?' - .- r.. "-T: ' H --h - -A - I D - '-Leqx:----,--,..- :- P . '-. f- -J '.. ' P: - ' - - :- -- 'L' 'L -' - -' . :- . , ,. , , . V h n , -1-A-g-E ----1'--- -1--, .- --. -1.-, --, --1 ' s ff! ll K4 q X iff, 1 I 5'-t f tix' -I' 'ni' .nliTT'1 lig 'Lf' gl,-1 Ufnlf F 'I I I f 1","5N . -x f 1 'U ,-- ' SJW" 4-r 7' - - 1 ' .- 2- -. , -. . . . 3-' . ' ,.. ' ' .. , Q-qrr 2. . ' w. - :C,v I 'R 5, .. , ., ,- N 1 1 , A - i , 3 X , x ,X - . .-. ff . . .uw - -3 - - wwf vs -' f -". - "Y 3' .: '- 0. ' '. -. 'L . f , '- -0 f X -.1-"X '. X . " 9 1' 1-' . A J 0 ' n. s- J, -- .s 'US - 'Z x , 1 . Q- ,X , -Q 5 1- 3 4 .Q ,,. N X A ' I N x J. 5- g gum ' 2 ' A. -fx, -S ,. . -- L x 5 4, .... N .. . lm ' Q' x Pg s F" K canuw I - ill 3 -4' I Ji I fy' GD Nov. Nov. Nov Nov. Nov. Nov. Nov. Nov. Nov Nov Nov 10 It is fully confirmed in "Reggie's' ' mind to attend chapel services hereafter. 11 Town squad turn out in full after close of football season. 12 von Bernuth elected football captain for the coming year. cc X i 41' X 3 13 Guts Klubu founded. Qf is "Comus" says it is a prev- X 1 X ' entive from consumption CU if W ' ,a f ' X 1 ff Collar night suppressed. 1 f 3,215 yaaifllg 15 Two auto parties suddenly gotten up to witness a football game, and from hence arises the origin of Abe,s" famous whistle. . Q - s I 2 . . Xff' fag 1 ' - 'M "-V. lr ffl-tx E-fi, 'ir ' ,F HM-3 gain, ' ' li sw fff fi -1 .4 M. J f as . X37 X v 16 Mr. Ditmars gives a lecture on snakes. Again the Sixth Form Corridor is entertained by the attempts of some new fellows ' 18 The students on the top corridor of the cottage play summer camp, with the result that all the tin cooking utensils obtainable are immediately bought up, and camping life is .started in earnest. How- ever Dean and Hilton get mad and won't play after their room becomes a mina- ture skating rink of grease. 'flr-24131-r?T5H,9E. o'F 'l:TKf1QXHf1??sN Qu! Y! SQ, 5225 j s .. - i f -mil 1 3--J V-JI Sew - 1' fm are El - A I. ' : Y is-1 2 I - 4' : v '. i :J ln A .,-14-gm! 5. .arf 'Q i I - lo-gl -f4QiLff f.-W ffl.,-r' ' fm ' 3: 3 E H :X SE .f i ,lf Q . - A f 1 2 2 i - 2 1 fbi- gg, -,L , ,--g -f ' f 1 2225- . . . NM- F' Football at Watertown. Pawling Seconds 0, Taft Second 26. Inter-Corridor football games. School-Cottage basketball game. Inter-Corridor Swimming Meet. Leave for a few days vacation. Some return on time. 131 ELM..-if ' ,I . . If UUJ1 ll 1 Ain "' j ' ' fi -13' C ,, W an Vi" ' . ,-- f ff, f - in' ,oqnx , ,I 1 I M 1 1 1 vs u. . ml.-... -11.14- l I' .. .. , . . . . . . .- r , -' . .. Q - . . - 1 'E - N . -- - --,- - .,:cT ,,., . ..1:--.--MN - f 5, -12541:-. -5:1 ,1 :, ---. 1- '-----,,-1-4-1- ....-.:- - -T - lr..- sa -,E - E 1-sl, L , Lfu.: f :-- 1- B. N P, : -L' ,- . , 4 '7"'-' 'fC74'.'..f- 1 f' "L"' , -, ' 1 3- 1.6! -: 11 ,' .- f ' ' rf? I - .-X11 '1 J S -7 Z mu 1 E,xX , 4 s ' " :Q 5 "Q.",'.-, ' ,Z,v. 4 o-" 1 .- :4 . ' 3 Q 'L- 'C . '4 ' "-'1'.'-" .. C -,, C ': 1 .'!'- ' I -' 'y,,:..r' ,Q -X f -' . ' :1' ,I-' ."'.- ' R' .-Z' L1 'r - 1 " ' 'I ' fi: '..-' " 3 V ' ,'7:- X L " X. 534 .- .f . - .--- ,ff - . ., , 1. va .- .- - f-- f... X I - L 1 - I . . -' .- , f .1 .-. I-3 -Q ,, 4- 1 5 ., . , , n- f.-' ..-,f 7 s .- -vi X' - I ,r , .- ,.r .. -S: : s ,. 'i - 5 .. ' Q 1 - ng J 'J -- , . gs - .A f, 1.4, D- b -A ', .- ..' -4 . ,- is ..- : 1, CQ W 5 .' - :. -.- ff ,,: L - 4 Q-'N ff ..'. -53.3-J-. -. 1 2: -1 11-1-11: - .--- 'rt -,ng :. 1--.f-N.-14--1 .--.. ,1.:.- -1: "Z:---f -'t -'1 X I ,4 D N r lx x I 5- fl Ill fi, . AL 'L CD 5 Nov Dec. Dec. Dec. Dec. Dec. Dec. Dec. Dec. Dec. Ian. .30 2 4 5 6 7 9 11 13 18 8 Every body rather listless. Dramatic trials held. Hockey, basketball, and svvimmin g can- didates called out. Physical tests begin. The 60 yd. dash is run off. Continuation of the physical tests, the shot-put. First Drama- tic Club rehearsal. Dr. Gamage joins us once more after his long absence. A Red letter day for sure. Frank comes up for the week end, and Wiley favors us with his presence, but alas! only till Sunday. Basketball--Pavvling 30, Katonah High School 29. Lotus Quartet gives concert. A ' 'Bi g Ben, ' ' entirely recuperated returns, and proves conclusively to us that he can smoke as Well as ever. Dance Committee elected, HAbe" chosen chairman. Dean has a poor time. "The Band" will not permit him to sleep these nights. ' 1 ' "Abe" and Mac qualify for prefects in the opinion of one of the members of the faculty. Home for Christmas Vacation. Many 'familiar faces are seen once more. The Doctor gives us 3 Short 111i11U'EG talk CPD What do you think! HAbe" is caught in the ,clutches of theluring feminine sex. Z-'Q-Sl - ,th ICFINT uwozasrfmo HY You HRH so SKLENT ,Qqn1i,1,Q.. X 1, 3-Il 'NK . 1411.55 llihllwlliir il A ,. 1 ,.g:.1Jgggbg, . 1 iw -1-'M I 1,555 -. W -Sevgf .2if2f. '0+f'fffCi4 -3 - - " f -' ,. . . -' - ' i 1:3 1"'ff1E- 4 ,- -Qfiif ' ' - 3- - :-T3-"h?-' i. 3 . . 5:21 .-g ggesrgf-gF.es2:? Q -: ,'t 'Ek 'iflfi-'43 55541 ' ' I 132 l I :::'v"'1T"z1?T:1-i1tr::::':saT:.mc:r--fv---f-m-,-. l , A, H ' i . 3.3.25 -. ' : 'l NNW 4 X: . 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L, - 1 I , m :'- ga:-nuwsg v IH I 'la ll I. 1 qi' 'V I -f GD jan Ian Ian Ian ,an 2111 .. 311 ,an ,an ,an Ian Ian Ian jan. K... Attention! 1913 I Comus announces he is going to be a Sheff boy next year, CIs John jesting with us ?D Basketball+Pawling, 32, M 0 I Rensallaer 1915, 23- . g ain. Fife and drum corps as- A sembled for Parade in one of , 4551 the corridors. I if p Dean thought to be the man to recount our biography, and ' 'Abe" to do the soothsaying act. Class Day Committee chosen. "The Iewl' elected as chairman. ' Basketball-Pawling, 39 3 Mt.Vernon, 12. Inter-corridor games HThe Scotl' mistakes the sport, and thinks it is a Battle Royal. Gad, what fortune! ULittle Doin" moves down to the cottage. The cottagers attempt to make "Little Doin" at home. von Bernuth gives "Dom" timely advice for his freshman year at college. Five olclock tea started. One of NReggie,sH theatrical difficulties-Cto Anna? "I hope you don't mind this immodesty, I don't mind, if you don't." Basketball-Pawling, 275 Hackley, 25. Illustrated lecture on Panama Canal by Mr. B. H. Lewis. Cornwell has a subscription banquet in his room. I The decorating for Prom commenced. ' Dean honored with a Prefectship. ' 5 CN n.. l "Abe' I establishes his reputation asapaper- - ii tix U hanger, while Cornwell proves his worth I as a first-class florist. Hockey practice pr attempted on Willow, Pond. " 1 . ,mil ffl xl ily h I Dramatic Club gives performance to the h i town people. Alley has a bad time ' ? E 1:1 A ushering. 1 133 nn Glu B p- 3 E XE f Iffi. ' If H lik: .lr 1,7 ,ll v - , uufgg' ,fs-. ..'....1 Il!" .- . , 'IU P ' ""'-- - 5, .-. - ' - -.. :-- .- - -- ,. 5 -, - ,, ,,--------.. -.---. 2 "" -3 '-FIL T I'-'.--",---.- 'I .---: -- :-,5-2-f Tj :-J' 'X--' ' 'Y-fn .Z-',-s-:if 5 f- . -7-'Zn .,.-3 P f-' s - 21' 'C E-.1-ji, .- L ,fs, f J - 3: 1 qv ' JT'- . ,- '- , f I 1,31 -x '. 'g' ---' ',' '-, 51 1 .:.' 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Tea served after the game. The play given with glowing success--' iReg" Cary the surprise of the evening, while the "Iew', proved a worthy successor to George Cohan. ' t 2 Dense gloom after fourthirty train pulls out. A Mrs. French gives tea to Dramatic Club, Blair -buys up the Presidency of the' iGuts Klubw from Comus for two sandwiches. ,A First real hockey practice of the year. f":E"'.,. ll X 'T ff 2 lf,- f lil Hockey - Pawling ll, Holbrook O. The -N .gif I 55' HAlpine Club," the greatest organization of X V U gg ? ff Q all, is founded. An enthusiastic group drew , 4 - - , lots for officers after dinner. S .. k up HRip" gets away with a scathing Philippic F- ' " , . against women suffrage in the Senate. f . 0 "f ax l f V ' !'?VN fra"- , , 'R' f J, r' ' I X ,fx ' ll f 1? 'Ely : I Basketball-Pawling 56, Morristown 22, Hockey-Pawling 2, Carlton Academy 1. "Abe' l showshimself a trueHGuts Kluber, ' 'i appearing at the rink scantly clad, Cthe thermometer being ten abovel. However losing all faith in New Thought and Christian Science, "Abe,' gave up his eternal hope of rivalling "Peerie." Batterey Candidates called out. "Billy Mac," missing out on one of his side remarks in English History, was assailed by a huge package of report cards. 134 Feb . Q XQA...-if II 11" r'g' 'l ws , h Y V ,ui i- : ui.. Aff 'A ' . an 'BK 'il ff. V ,I 45 f, ' 1,5 'v ' n If 2- sxvl-1. , I " . JI x , , ' f '., " . hxv: T . - - . . . .- x L 5 'L - '-" -' . .-- '- L .' "--" 'I- - - ' 7' 1 .I I .-T-,ff - J :," ,J 1 -- ' ' fan , ht I , ',' s ' 'C s T T' ,.-,f -q .-,--.--.. l -.,. -4-. , 5, I M x L ,, Q N , q . 1 , I-. ,-. H.. , -5 -h- X h 1 . . , N xx - N .v x , 9 Xxx , . . .- . ., . .. - - .- Y . . f 5 4, s -... E.. I: -K -ri! -x. . . h ,.v R s . Q ' 5 -gwr X .KX .r . , .x . . . 3 . x s 1 q , X x ,f . .5 ,Il :. -E : - 4- -, -J j ':. - Q -. - Q, 4 ' . Q, x , f ' xxx X -, N ,- -.' -4 , ,- Qs ..j. : N 4- v y N ,f , ---A s- . - .3 x 4- v h .-, Q ,, .. ---,.? - 1 - -,J -gs ,- r A - gr-,. . 5 -A f ' . ..- ru- -. .,'. .,,.- L. -... :. .- N , ,-Q-3:05 , I' , N Wx K , ,Jw - - X, 5 ,- - he .. xx xg x 1 1 WLS' . fr - --. -Q x 3 , Ill d ' 5 wr MJ Feb. Feb . Feb . Feb. Feb . Mar Mar Mar Mar. Basketball-Pawling 28, Erasmus 18. Basketball-Pavvling 20, Taft 15. Hockey-Pavvling O, Taft 7, Swimming-Pavvling 41, Manual Training 12. Hockey at Morristown-Pawling 6, Morristown 1. "Theo," muscles, fiddle, questions, and general impedimenta all move up on the SiXthtForm Corridor. V Basketball-Pavvling 36, Y. U. School of Commerce 61 The Saturday exodus heavier than usual. Hockey-Pavvling 8,7 Kent 3. Entire squad called out for Baseball. ' Basketball+Pavvlin g 49, Stevens Prep 17 , ' 'Big Fred' ' goes home to become a voter. Hockey-+PaWling 3, HarstromtO. Tea served to the Sixth Form and the members of the teams. ' Hockey at Lakeville-Pawling 1, Hotchkiss O. A The Social lights of the class enjoy a prettily appointed dinner given by Miss Gamage. 7 . ip -l ?'7-5'-?ilffE7'Z"' 'I 1 ' ' ' fniil 2155! 51' f if nf f 7 ' , .-7. 'S -'lfziffrfsiisl' HMVW- N, ,f ,rg .:g,1,, 1'-,, . laws., - fi '59, f:g i',,,'r1f,:'V1f,:25- 5 ,vf , fi f ei.--.6 1' ' " ,gif X121 H 1- f MM .-ff Hx, - - as sip fi f A lllfg' ' 1' f tfNilZ2 'f5Q1, 2' 1 1 ' -f F:f+Hfffr ,fwpnl , .718-p V -,637-PM 'Xpr--Lf, f.:.-lf 154' , - 1-.-E:gi.!'Ti fi 1 !9!fi55sf., fl 'f5'fliZ,ffiy'ffz?F A Nw- .. - -'rf f -Q '-N-.-. ow.: In 1 li?-lfulll ,gxfff -.ix Xxx V Mar. 7 Sure enough, that prophetic monologue breeched by a faculty member proved only too true, forto-day. "Abe" WHS 2113P0i11'fCd HBell S." 135 5 I .' ' . ' ' ff . ,ein U1 Aj , E- is ll I -U Q ' ' . - -" -7-- v- :anruw Q In 4 Ex I '13 q ,,,. If 4 aff 4' Q", . ' , 1 In 121 U f 1 - , uxo:-ro ".""' 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Q Q' in-FSS S S 362232 Uggipf eg, ',4-fi... 4 X 0 Li 2.2 H' Cf. ' 99 TZ'-' . - ff- E W' Sf! D' H ,.,,jg3 O ,-1 Q Q, - ff? E 1 :DEED-EFDOE-eip. ., + O U- w w 2- Ei EQ ix X -' E+ kq Q 87 Q-1 U3 FD -QEQY -, 2 Xing ----V O ..-. UL o fb 'Ci' E., Le M X-ff, ' ' i E51 'havggga -1-Ellfiw-I "T C-5 -- N x .53 3221.3 G w -f .. O r-u Pg. . xg-,,. -L-a -:IA-U il gr U2 2 gm 0 :,- - ig as H- 51 ffl 'ff 2. 2 UQ U ro P' -- ,fs gg 'D :D g '54 sw ' UQ pb 53- gg H UQ rn 0 U1 ' . E 5 an fp ... FP' rn 5 5 gf OO O O H A 3 rv- H2 tr? '-H pea E :A G1 U' N th H- o H H SD 9 '55 'U 3 2 FAD' :AA 93 FD rf- : ' UQ H . F 'N n rl 5,5 5' NK fied 1 f S 'D SEQ list' 93, in X, ll ' H 5- , A - e EX - 'E 1 'E-N vu E 'T lx 1 J-: ll XXX XX X3 U1 Q e an X ff I Sify- '.n --vi XS Q O 1 Q f"' K' A xw 1. D1 H- , Y L A X O 5 7- r-11 UQ Mar. 15 Swimming-Pawling 43, Horace ill Maun 10. Ns - 4+-, -.. . ,,...-- Y .T 'AQ2f":xx 'l . , . . . I 615. A f? ll .fi Mar. 16 Hlst! a d1etag1'aph'1s 111 our - f y g-P M 1 e - ' I - e ?,,, e midst! . A S 1 I e . .' - I l Mar. 17 The boys all get athr111 at base- ball t' -f ' ' ' prac ICE au' ,v1s1tors "' .e?fjf77ffyfz pI'CSG11t. Weigh , ,ff .FH L ,I kg: .. , ff -11, ,lzzfj C51 ff 1: 'I '-VL' if . rg-4 '13 Lf 4. J 7, 1 Q"1-'40-f'2"" Q "' I e 136 l:?.:T.EJ1"1"" '1"'v:"'fv'i'r-..,-::7:p:.-Ixr..:rl-.I , -w v- ----- --.I. W. I l I ' :- 1 1 v - 'vi we EQ GD 1 '41, 1 9 ,MQ f Q 4 , 1, , 'Phil' 13- If I ll!" ' 07.3, P , . " , '-l-l-l- f.-JJ.. "1"-:11"-'fit --g.,-N -- ,-----..-g -:--.. .,-,-, Q. 'i-Z -qv "- -, 4 ,:.-- . f-C-...:-I :-, -- - 1-1- ---- 2 L , ':N -F gn..- ,N-. - ,, 5, 4 w , - - . -I ... . - - ,, .- ' . - ' .'-, - , , . - ,,':-- - - .--.,- .."-:,-1,.- -, ff,-1. f, -' ,- -: ' "2-".-- .1.f. - -' 1.. " ' , ' -T g4'f+ 11 ,1.'.-.f.r. - ---- C : - .-.- 1 :- : '- ' ' ..' "- -.- .--, 5- '4- : -1 .. - us' '- -X 1: --Tfg N-. 1 .s- Z.-. , -, ,-s . .- . -. .x N, .S 5 Q , 1 . -2 --,-..,-, , - 5 1 -fb - . xx ix, I ' . x I. 4 . .N , , .i . F '31 K .3 . , . g 1 , 5 WN- - ,X X f 14 -s 5 Af ' 1 I 0 . .v - 1' x N I 'KX 1 ' I ,4 ' N u ' K " ' N ' xxx X LP' y ,- ' - , 5 - , . ' 1 x , f ,F , fx X X 0 . --P. -f ' " " A " X '-" -I 'Lf' .K N- v ... - . N N ' - T' 6. -P- ' .,-N' "' x ,J N s -.x , g Qkhfgx QI, q .g -... ef .. N -""" cnnnwe , - . ll: a d 4' I M N: Mar. 19 Mar. 20 Mar. 21 April 3 April 4 April 5' April 8 April 9 Aprilia April 15 April 16 Weed is made the last Prefect of the year. Batting practice held out-of-doors again. Annual Senate-House Debate. The Senate victorious, W4 Chicken pox and Bubonic X It g '1 XX - 1, f, 1 I Plague breaks out in the X i7. kd' Q . . . , m U morning-School dismissed W-or .-X X . . Q T lf' in the evening. Great , Agri, , . . dime ff ... commotion and excitement! i c.,. . i.ii...... .. ..,iiiii 'fs for the last two revolutions of that Again we return-this time great churning mill of our preparatory school career-that is, most' of us do. Baseball practice on Berner Field. By some mischance, HGig" thinks he is at Coney Island hit- ting nigger babies for a 5c. cigar, having succeeded five times at the expense ofthe baseball squad. Score: 1 broken nose, Zbruised elbows, 1 floating rib damaged, 1 dislocated neck. The Caesar review boys insist that HDel" join them. Field House opened for daily use. Baseball-Pawling- New York M. A., - Cancelled- Rain. Track Meet-Pawling-New York M. A. Cancelled-Rain. Illustrated Lecture on Grand Canyon by Mr. E. C. Kolb. Theooffers an extremely clever Clikewise exceedingly humo- rousl explanation of a most complicated passage in Virgil. Baseball-Pawling-Peekskill M. A. Cancelled-Rain. The glorious season of white Htrow" opens-Goldy and the Scot" are the culprits-HReggie" Hshort-skatesf' 137 , Vw ya' ' I X 3-v x 15911 - ' x .' L - -X 3:3 ,A nl ,- a' 4, . ,n "'L'2 ' . A , . v r, , I . .2 ".1"l.x '.' 1', ,i.1.,' -.1 . ' .l Z1 7.f:,:, I Q .I 1 .U Vin I, U13 ffl ' E :""" l.-1:9 ...I K., I.. . I , . T ' fix "I . inf: '.'..:"2f-1: 'n . 14. E .'-nf. nib' - I -1 QD . , ,, n R.:-Iva, 4 1 V! l ' 1 ': 1 ". '., la lux lr':"'.lx'm'.',IllIlII -fl 1 1 fl .rx , ! ' H u '.J't1.2!L4llig ' Y I nf, 'dll 'J 'ffl N 1 x fly: .--. -' "J lm mjuvm 1 ,Kid y ,J G. 1 il "Verify I' Hill I . 1-'T "f L, I , bl '.4 L. J? I . ,ll 'Q I I.-.NWJI-.AMI a 1' X I N f'::,: f ff' l,l'Ll' I ' .,' .' Vt'-A, -f...j'I pg' j' 1 ul I I 'fl v - ' 'A , :N I' ,171 :li JN it wifi!! 1 - xxhl 'I' fl W nl 1 flk s,' A lx WIT i gi . "x, .' inf i""n ' i uflA'j'r "1 n 1 u -All I .. 1 " 2 flu! il.: Ulf. .5 nl 5 51, 5.31 I' u I, flqf. ytlf 51, ww aff- 2, - -. X E- N- - '43"q,,.+'. If 'L ff ' Q: 1 ,ff .Q-,P+ is ll. C1 May May May May May May May May May June June Iune June June 10 11 12 14 17 21 24 28 31 4 5 8 9 10 ' g -: .f':':'i 2 5 Baseball-PaW1i11g 4, New York, M. A. 4, C5 innings, Beekman is runner-up in the Princeton Interscholastic Tennis Championship. Mr. Leeland Powers pleases us all immensely with his portrayal of HDavid Garrickn-"Say Nunky, I think I'n1 getting on, don't you?" We enjoy hearing about Sir Henry Godfrey's aerial flight more than ever. Mr. Campbell of The Jacob Riis Mission gives us a most in- teresting and instructive talk on "Social Service", also many suggestions for conducting the Summer Camp successfully. Golf at Plainield-Pawling wins annual Eastern Interscholastic Championship for the second consecutive year. Baseball-Pawling 5, Hotchkiss 6. CHotchkiss leaves at the end of the ninth to catch a train.D Baseball at Williamstown Pawling, 7, Williams 1916, 5. Baseball-Pawling- , Princeton Seconds - . Baseball-Pawling - , Harstrom - . I Baseball at Hotchkiss-Pawling - , Hotchkiss - . Baseball-Pawling - , West Point Engineers - . Baseball at Watertown-Pawling - , Taft - . 4 Commencement Prize Speaking. Banquet of the Class of 1913. Bccalaureate Sermon. p Baseball-Sixth Form-, School - , .Fifth Form Tea. Senior Ball. CO1'1'1I1'lCl1CCI1'1C1'll1 Exercises. 139 PROPOSED SIXTH FORM HOUSE 5-20 5-45 5-50 6-10 6-30 6-37 6-40 6-45 6-47 6-53 6-58 7-00 7-02 7-04 7-05 7-11 7-14 7-19 7-24 ww in ww 7-50 Sth COTTAGE "Charlie" arrives for shoes ChummingD 0 Van Smith gets up. Weis gets up and giggles. Smith and Weis have a big time taking a shower, Cwe doubt the last pointj Von Bernuth gets up and plays the HLost Chord" on the Victor. Bister gets up and starts to get Cdwessedj "Charlie" starts to sweep the hall, at the same time knock- ing down doors. - The alarm clock in the "Bell's" room ring. . The "Bell" ups with a curse and calls the students. After calling everyone the HBell,' goes back to bed after having been called every name known to man. Durno gets up and thinks he needs a shave. Alley greets his roommate. Goldsmith is seen to move. Dean asks Hilton the time. Gould gets up and dresses quickly?- Blair gets up and thinks of Caesar. Depew and Schmid for once agree upon something Cthe time.D Crouse gets up followed by big Fred who immediately starts the Victor. Great congestion in the wash room. First bunch leaves for building Dean and Hilton get up. Clarkson gets up and is al- most dressed when he decid- es to go back to bed for another snooze. The rest of the inhabitants leave for the building except Clarkson who is just getting up. rhnlv SCHOOL 5-50 Marceau asks his clock what time it is, and gets up to study. . 6-20 R. Chambers gets up for 7.00 olclock Caesar. 6-30 Marceau sings softly CPD to himself Cand others.D 6-35 G. Lyons drops shoes at doors. 6-40 Marceau takes exercises be- fore his mirror. 6-43 F. Bottome is wakened by his roommate's snoring. 6-45 Upson, Parker, Weed, and Schlaet wake up and call the Caesar class a new name. 6-48 Hitchcocklooks at the ceiling. 6-50 "Bell 3" tries to stretch in bed, but has to get up to do it. 6-5 5 The review Caesear class rises, 6-58 7-00-7-05 The bell rings. 07 7- and separates DeLamater . from his bed. Redman makes his toilet for review Caesar. ' 'Bell 3" starts to get dressed. 7-08 Mills gets out of bed. 7-09 Grier rolls onto the floor. 7-10 Redman begins to warble. 7 7-15 F. Bottome gets up, and wakes his roommate. 7-20 Bell rings. Great rush for the dining room door, where the Secretary of the Faculty is taking names. 7-21 Snyder wonders whether he's got enough material for the Weekbf, and decides he'd better get up and see about it. 7-25 Wilson spends a few minutes trying to decide whether he' s in Buffalo or Pawling. 7-30-7-80Mi Hitchcock gets washed. 7-40 DeLamater asks the time. 7-43 Marceau stops studying and goes down to breakfast to tellBottome aboutcollegelife. 7-50 DeLan1ater guesses he' d bet- ter get up, but guesses again. 7-55 DeLa1nater hurriedly dresses and is late for chapel. 141 4 I -an-f .2 B if ,..... K ' ' , If 6 'fri' - 15621, 4.,l,g , 111111 VLA: -- ,sms ",'f"" -nu... 1- 'E . ' 'U , .. .- - - M - - ," . , - I ,- - ',- 1 -F '-:: -:x E at T: :-..,- ...,-'.::. fc: ,?--.-. ZJE:-:If 5 .fb f 1-H -'sv' :---:: -- -.,-- -- .------'---.- ".".-. v "- - -:-, af- -f.v-'--- - . - ':: 1 'N- -1:-' " -.-- :'---4-: L. :.- --' 1- 1 '- 49 -.: 1- .- f 'ri r: - -1'w-fF- - 'N I--' - . 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' Roll call-Hedley is home, HGriff" sick. English VI starts-nuff ced. We hear that Hthey say that three misspelled words throw your paper out." First bell-hope gleams once more. Liberty!! Arrival in mathematic class. Mr. Elliott Hwhat makes you so late?,' 1- Goldsmith, you are Hthe exponent of Baboo to the 1z'L'h powerf, Takel 00-150 inclusive-"Oh, by the by, take this one too, just to keep your hand in." K Mr. Elliott explains a "thumb nail examplei' to the 'old war horsesf' ' Mr. Elliott says "pretty sadi' to all members of the class. Arrival of French VI. Alley arrives in French Class. Alley almost fallsout of his seat. A member of the back row leaves for the mail. A Some effervescent youth are informed by Mr. Hardon that the ugym is across the way." Idiysies starts. "Charlie" Wilson receives news from Miss Buffalo. Students file into English History. "Mac,' enlivens the atmosphere with his humor. Depew is requested to put away his Times. Shorthand to the rescue. Class dismissed. , English VI starts. Part of class assembled, the question "Who?" is asked. "Who" is not generally known by the class which is instructed to look it up. I Metcalf receives a rapid ire of "What's, Who's?" and i'Why's,' Clarkson receives a lecture on the faculty' s views about his general attitude. Hitchcock gets a twenty minute discourse on wasting the class's tnne. Detention read out-McLean 60, late to breakfast. English VI dismissed. Nice warm omelets. "Great", 142 - 6 ff, 4 - 1.11 . 0.,.n,'E - . 'ff' 'LYQQY ' 1 " -dloluls 'il 712:- q"l' '2 : Q 011.11 5 - N - -4 Q ..-...ps- Q, ,-5 .- 3..- 5 ,s - -4 f- ,-----..-1 17--.,,...,,,, Q. -1 - r- - fi 5-3' R" - "g,-1: f.- 21- --,,-1 P "-- . .rg Q I-53 :-3 :-.--,---- -- ., : - ,-W, , .-- ,h 'L 2' " - - x --K-." ' J.. .- 1 --- Y L- .491 -- ,.. 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Entire cottage congregate in miniature wash room. HPoozer,' distributes mail. Many disappointed. "Mac" kids Mr. Bunten about matrimony while he is taking the absentees. 6 Clarkson and A. B. Hilton arrive in the dining room. Russell shows the Second Formers a good ti1ne. HClayt" begins his ragtime concert. Mr. Hardon says: HThis way outf, Redman teaches Andrews how to dance. Dancing lessons by DeLamater and Rainey. HRegie" and i,'Doin' ' 'display uncommon formin going through the difhcult steps of the tango. ' Study hour commences. HBig Fred" flourishes his water pistol. I. Cullinan leaves for the cottage to study CPD. HMac," iiWoosh,' and Dean gointo the Head Mastefsapartments, where Woosh displays his hplaster of Paris dance." DeLamater prepares for an evening of study. Bottome hard at work at his favorite study-Greek. 1 -A Bister decides he had better study for a few minutes befor G 23011122 to bed. V Schlaet starts throwing things out of his room. Study hour over. H Depew yells: "Who is going down to the cottage. Q d The cottagers leave and sing old songs on the way down. YES O1 , but not so old as sad. 143 -,..-......-..,...- ..,-1. --.- s i 9-17 9-20 9-27 9-30 9-41 9-45 10-00 10-03 10-07 10.09 10-15 10-31 10-33 10-35 10-50 10-58 11-04 11-16 ll-31 11-38 11-50 11-00 So COTTAGE After driving off HBuster'7 the cottage proceed on their journey. A general scramble for matches. HGoldy', arrives and starts the Victor. Crouse decides the only thing to use is diosagin. HMac" and UWooshH arrive, Weis giggles and goes to bed. Andrews is heard to make some choice remarks. Alley tells about Bustyls. Big peanut butter feast in HMac's" room. Depew and Schmid start to argue about politics. HDOl11,7 is sent to bed by the boys who take care of him. Hjackn Cullinan goes to bed. Hilton awaits Dean, swear- ing to kill him for keeping him up. Dean arrives and says he has been up in "Ken" O'Brien's room. Hilton says nothing but CPD Clarkson stops singing for a few minutes. CPraise be.D Hilton and Dean retire. Schmid and Depew are still arguing. Alley makes the round infor- ming all members of the Scroll board that their "dope" must be in before Tuesday, the 22nd. "Goldy" is still playing the Victor while Crouse is trying to sleep. Alley still raves about the Scroll. Alley retires after looking over the dummy of the Scroll, much to Andrews disgust. Everyone but Clarkson is sleeping as well as possible under the conditions. ends the day, but hark what is that we hear, Oh, it's Charlie, who is coming around for the shoes. 9-15 9-21 9-45 9-50 10-00 10-07 1'0'12 10-17 10-23 10-30 10-48 10-55 11-07 11-30 11-34 11-40 11-57 144 SCHOOL Hitchcock looks for someone who has done the Vergil. Finds no one. DeLamater calls on Russell and Weed, and isuej aculated . " Last bell rings. Marceau trots up the corridor to re- ceive his nightly blesssing from DeLamater. Cornwell plays H The Stal' Spangled Banner" on pho- nograph to audience of Sixth Formers. 1 s , Redman borrows someone s razor, and Htangos' down the corridor to shave. . Marceau performs gymnastic stunts, and announces his in- tention of making the gym team at college. Russell says :Tm not bow- legged, " at the same time he tries to back up his statement with a demonstration. He fails miserably. Bottome and DeLamater ar- gue- about the correct time for retiring. ' A Bellobegins his nightly epistle Bottome starts to go to bed. DeLamater begins to write letters. . ' Schlaet entertains several by telling exciting CPD stories. Bottome goes to bed putting cotton in his ears-so as not to be disturbed by his roommate writing letters. Strange V noise in HUppie,s" room. He and his compani- ons are told by their corridor master that, "This isn't1 a boiler factory. 1' R. Chambers goes to bed. Weed and Russell retire. The rest of the corridor re- tire, except Schlaet and De- Lamater. 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P ' ATHLETIC SPECIALTIES TAILOR BUILDING NEW YORK Opposite Hotel Manhattan X When you miss the ball say ZZUNK f S 3 illrirnh ' 14 Y n hgh I rl I o s'I'EI WAY This marvelous piano was born in the mind and soul oi a man whose thought Was great enough to conceive the ideal musical instrument. And enterprise and achievement have gone hand in hand for four succeeding generations, until the STEINWAY Piano of to-day is every- where recognized as the complete fulfill- ment of the ideal of a master mind. STEINWAY 82 SONS STEINWAY HALL 107-109 EAST 14TH ST. - - - NEW YORK Subway Express Station at the Door IN INTERNATIONAL MAGAZINES W ' " WE'RETELLING"g'I'IESTORY OF QW i' !-llL-- 'K . if ii it ,, DQ l W ll A 'ialifg , . ,I f ' X I L xg X 4 pgo- ,.h, 4 M 4 . mgfUl if L ,gs .W,.,gffsfw.3, , .nw I 5 X A f fa ' .Q Imvgfvie -I I ' aa 'J aff , I1 " X I nl - I A :S 3 M Q i ' tic-" W I '15 I Q - ' Q.: Q: 'Zi V f"iL 'K' Z! 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BUILDING Rochester, N, Y, At 23rd St. 15 Oh, you boys of the Pawling School hereafter kindly make the rule, when you meet your auto friend, who towards touring has a trend, to remind him that in Bridgeport town there is a Garage of great renown. Tell him Blue Ribbon is the name, that the service there is of worldwide fame. -TI-IE BLUE RIBBON GARAGE, Inc. Agents for Packard Cars 283 FAIRFIELD AVENUE I BRIDGEPORT, CONN. ph e 6535 Gramercy 3 Igarh Mrnthvrn I ' "Makers of Photographs of Men who make I"Iistorv" ' Special rates and special attention I given to all Pawling students n 925 Broadway New York ' A 1 6 H 5 .,,4.,,,.. DON'T HOTEL DANBURY - - CONN. -- and dried up before your time. Water O forms the basis of all the natural fluids of the body. The constant and plenti- ful use of LEVY BROS. 211 MAIN STREET Danbury's Foremost Olothiers and Haberdashers 1 SOLE AGENTS FOR 'Q'ICI-IY STEIN-BLOGH SMART CLOTHES Manhattan Shirts will tend to keep you young, the joints Oross Gloves and Leather Goods supple, the skin unwrinkled. A sure Holeproof Hosiery and ' cure for rheumatic gout. B. dz S. Trunks SCHOOL dim' COLLEGE NO TES FULL Rnronfrs IN The Brooklyn Daily Eagle Intersclzolasfzb Az'lz!etz'c.v Featured zkz the Sunday Ecz'z'Zz'0f2 THREE oENTs A ooPY---AND wonrn Vi' The Brooklyn Daily Eagle Brooklyn, N- Y- 17 DIN QQ. G Q Q: 0 ci is 4 S0 '12 v' 40 9' ,MGE IN 0 Q.. - U. 5, PAT. 0 STANDARD QUALITY There is no quicksand more un- stable than poverty in quality and We T 18 lic Coal Trade Journal 2329292595 0 A E,..m 0 E' ff' rs FRED. E. SAWARD. - Editor amiP1f0p1fie1f01f 0 E 'gf-2535 3 FRED. W. SAWARD - l - Genera! Manager 5 go mf'-:Hg. N ublication Office - 20 -VESEY ST.. NEW YORK - H. ': 'S it HE COAL TRADE JOURNAL was 9,3-l 2, sstsbiishsd April 21st, 1869, and is A if Q- the oldest newspaper inthe United ' H- States entirely devotedto the coal interests. Q . Reliable, Prompt, Correct, Independent. 33,5 .-Q No clique or class of dealers control its 232 PU columns. Not local, facts and iigures E1 2 53 5' from all parts of the United A States. ,435 U Q O e R 55 P-4 Q-I To Keep Posted on Coal Trade Matters, Read E E 3 '31- Ed THE COAL TRADE JOURNAL H CU E. s Annual Subscription Price ,fweekly edition? 55.00 :U E-1 Annual Subscription P1-ies Cmonthiy sd1n0nJ51,25 0 Q2 U1 5. . , 5 n .K-. l 'lka- 1. u . ivlwf i ' Nm P' Q - u C 5, , UTY Gharles D. Sanderson 81 Son Manufacturers Agents Machinery and Supplies 3l5 Connell Building SCRANTON, PA. WESTMORELAND MALLEABLB IRON CO., CLIMITEDJ WVESTNIORELAND, N. X'. illllallmhlr Srnn 1 1 Glantinga 1 1 Connecticutis Finest Jewelry Store The F. L. WILSON CO. DANBURY CONN. Mattie ill. wright JEWELER, OPTICIAN AND OPTOMETRIST Fine Watch and jewelry Repairing, Diamond Setting and Engraving PATTERSON, - NEW YORK 4'b1 l pi ,?,. vo.. U .Q- f 5 5 A o 0 O 5 ' O G The Thompson Company t Hafrerclasliers, Hatters, Shirtmaliers O Hat Boxes and Umbrellas I ' T 101 l f 3 wb Opposite Town Pump, NEW HAVEN, CONN. 19 4 'X ll ders of B h t College N H ar 1 U M Buil i 'A, S' Y F ' C b df,- Vo. E Y 2 V, X Z 'fi-Mn., E M4911 ww? E wwf' V E' "' so-ff '!' .V ,ef Q jjg,.,, r 1 1 D -f ,iii Frank igrnihvrn' Fifth Avenue Knut 5.-'vhnp 224 FIFTH AVENUE NEW YORK CITY TEXACO MOTOR OIL "THE CARE-FREE OIL" Gives Cleaner Engines Better Lubrications Longer Lived Motors TEXACO AUTO GASOLINE "THE GAS WITH THE GO" It gives more mileage for less money THE TEXAS COMPANY 21 ' - . DIEGES 6: CLUST iixrplgunt in IF WE MADE 171 mfs RIGHT D. P. FLANIGAN, Proprietor , ' Official E Choice BEEF, PoRK ggflfiefs Etc. Leading Fish, Qysters and Clams Colleges :'AM::-DS Poultry and Game s'L""""'RE ' s In Cam 20 joHN STREET NEW YORK All orders promptly delivered MAKERS OF . Terms Cash Medals anlclxlmleiii lgrizlef and Jewelry W. H. HULL Sc Co.,1NC. Cmnrral Ahuvriining Agpntgl TRIBUNE. BUILDING NEW YORK K. E. BUNNICLL, Pres. W. E. BUNNELL, Vice-Pres. and Txseas. G. L FOOTE Jr Sec'y 22 l N V 'T f w rf 6 f r B' ' Es'1'-x1:1.1s111-11: nw B 3 n it 1' 9' cl C 0 Lgntvl Jlvrmgn ra 0 Engine Castings, journal Bearings, Motor Bearings, Babbitt Metals, Battery Zincs, Cyprus Bronze for Street and Steam Rail- SCRANTON, PA. ABSOLUTELY FIRE PRO O F z-N. g B Ways A B BOTIAI PLANS DANIEL M. BRADY NEW YORK OFFICE ""'-Q g President 95 Liberty Strcct A-S L. L. SHOEMAKER, Mgr. WORKS ' - Q 170-182 14th Street l69-175 15th Street 'wi' Jersey City, N. J. 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MANUFACTURERS OF WINDOW SHADE CLOTI-IS A N D i AWINDOW SHADE ROLLERS NEW YORK BROOKLYN CHICAGO OGDENSBURG . L..,. wfbfj 2 D WM. J. CAREY Fine Fruits and Confectionery Stationery and Cigars OPP. DICPIJT PAWLING, N. Y. SCHOENIG 8: CO. OPTICIAJVJ' KODAKS AND PHOTO SUPPLIES Developing and Printing, Enlarging 503 Fifth Avenue Yortlieast Corner , lintrance on 42d Street NEXV YORIX D U B 0 S The Prenatal Vichy Water The lWorld's greatest Medicinal Water. Awarded First Prize at Vichy in 1901. Vlliere not otherwise obtainable apply to Sole Agents:- W. G. MOEHRING 8 CO. 131 Washington St., New York City Ti-is Danbury Troy Launclry DANBURY, CONN. Used by U. S. Signal Corps GENEVA 515, Superior Binocular Ex, ,ess Paid Our Handsome Booli "The Near Distance ' sent FREE on request Its magnifying power, iield View and cleurness of de linition is seldom equal- ed. Sent. for SI5, express paid. If not Satisfactory return at our expense. We refund your money. Also at dealers. Geneva Optical Co. fg':,fl,'1'L,S1Q1 Y. Alsofor .vale by BOSTON, Globe Optical Co. CHICAGO. Geneva. Optical Co. B171-'I-uxl,o, N. Y.. Buffalo Uptica-l Co. O. ' .. S C. .. C. H. W d un x n, tl , on RICHMOND, YA., C. L. Hall Optical Co. J. G. DUTCHER., President F-,fl TABER. A GEO. W. CHASE, 1S11 Vlce-President A Cashier S- T- GREEN. J. F. HAIGHT, 2nd Vice-President Asst, Cashier The National Bank of Pawling PAWLING, N. Y. CAPITAL and SURPLUS 5200, 000 Interest allowed on Special Deposits Open from 9 A. M. to 3 P. M. WM. T. CHAPMAN Fashionable STATIONERY and PERIODICALS Post Office Pawling, N. Y. . T, . -wg: Ts'- 'H-.,xNl, '-Q-'W . 555' 53 ,, .QQ HQ sy 'W BQ! 'I 7-is W . BJ 1' ' 've' 42" .sh V AH' Bti!! ur-1' 3 QD? M' ? . ,Ann ,. A ,.4-----....,,x .xxx l IIIIS 1 LES I EIIIPPEII IN Il Xlllfl lllfl ll REI! RUBBERSET SHA VING- BRUSHI' LS :Ire the joy of every shaver who has used them. 0 The Rubberset Shaving Brush is an evolution 5 of thirty years of Shaving Brush Knowledge, Shav- y ing Brush Making and Shaving Brush Perfection. R.lC'l'AIIJ PRIC141S 250 501: 750 31.00 up to 37.00 THE LYCN BROTHERS C0. FANCY FRUITS CANTALOUPES One of Cur Jpecialties During the Jenson 330 WASHINGTON ST. NEW YORK 7... RUBBERSET CO., Newark, N. J. " , 35? .. I 1 dx ' r wil, ii we -L s , f L' 2 ' f 1. 1. .4 li rf' 4 C A if AA 5 . 'fr ' I U ri r T4 I . MJ . , ,a in .gf ll .rw '1- 1 ,Ns 19 Pi T' 4- 1 ul 3' 7+ F 1 it. . Q -fs Y 1 - . IE' T5 :ii 5. A, If v, Rb, w. F. ,. 751 me. F2 sz EE ii, .1 A . 1 1 ? 3 . 1 x I I l. I 1 l' 1 u , I -s


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