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VINCENT MURPHY, Comptroller ' HON. LEWIS H. POUNDS, Treasurer HON. ALBERT GTTINGER,VAZf2f07"I'l6j1-G6'l'l6?'Cll REV. GEORGE ALEXANDER, D.D.,' LL.D., 47 University Place, New York City HON. NICHOLAS V. V. FRANCHOT, A.M'., Olean . EDWIN W. RICE, JR., SCD., Schenectady ' EDGAR S. BARNEY, SCD., 36 Stuyvesant Street, New York City PROF. FRANKLIN H. GIDDINGS, LL.D., New York City WILLIS T. HANSON, Schenectady , , ' FRANK BAILEY, LL.D., 162 Remsen Street, Brooklyn CHARLES -B. MCMURRAY, AM., Cannon Place, Troy A ' WILLIS R. WHITNEY, Ph.D., Sc.D.-, General Electric CO., Schenectady EDMUND N. HUYCK, Albany ' - REV. RKOCKWELL HARMON POTTER, D.D., Hartford, Conn. 'GEORGE C. FOOTE, BE., Port Henry r HIRAM C. TODD, Ph.B., 120 Broadway, New York City HON. HAROLD S. HINMAN, 292 State Street, Albany ALBERT M. BANKER, Johnstown J .. CHARLES ALEXANDER RICHMOND, D.D., LL.D President E 9 1 N ..:r:.....-.. ...Y I I ut, ,S I, H P I i I 1 1 1 1 Q I x W: I E ,1 ,L 1, 1 i 11 1 , II' 111 N 1 pe E E E J I 5: E . C Z , I I s. E E E 5 E E 3 s 3 T. 5'I"4:I,.'13"..-::.i:i..g " ,.. .-I...,,.,,,e.f . I. A. .,-..-...I.I,...., ",' . ' ' "T.1Tl". I"""l.'T,.'fI"..".."..."'w"'...I.I1......'l'f.1 ,.. . YW". .. T 11... - A -.. -...-,.-.......,,.,.,,,.. I. --. A-A College Cfflcers CHARLES ALEXANDER RICHMOND, DD., LL.D. . . President EDWARD ELLERY, A.M., Ph.D., Sc.D, . ,Dean of the Faculty CHARLES F. F. GARIS, MS.-, Sc.D. ' . Dean Qf the Students FRANK BAILEY, Art.D., LL.D. ' . . Treasurer HARTLEY F. DEWEY . C Assistant Treasurer FRANK COE BARNES, Ph.D.' . . Secretary ESTHER G. ELY . . '. ..... Registrar CHARLES CN. WALDRON, B.S. . Secretary Qf the Graduate Council WHARTCN MILLER, B.S. . . .' . . Librarian Q l 10 A A if DR. CHARLES ALEXANDER RICHMGND, President FRANKLIN HENRY GIDDINGS, Honorary Chancellor, 1926 11 1 THE FACULTY - - - .-..'1,ww -v-qv--fm. 45334 l 'W ' if YH 14" x hifi rg 51,0 ,QA ig , ,, l . .. " 2 5 r The Faculty CHARLES ALEXANDER RICHMOND, CIDBK President of Union College and Chancellor of Union University A.B., Princeton, 18835 A.M., Princeton, 18865 D.D., Hamilton, 19045 LL.D., Rutgers, 19095 LL.D., New York University, 19105 LL.D., Princeton, 19155 LL.D., University of Pittsburgh, 19205 LL.D., St. Andrews University, 1924. BENJAMIN H. RIPTON, NPT Dean Emeritns5 Professor of History and Government, Emeritus A.B., Union, 18805 A.M., 18935 LL.D., Syracuse, 18965 LL.D., Union, 19095 Adjunct Professor of Mathematics, Union, 18965 Professor of Mathematics, Union, 1887-18945 Professor of History and Sociology, 1894-19105 Professor of History and Government, 1910-19245 Dean of Union College, 1894-1919. EDWARD ELLERY, BQII, CIDBK, EE Dean of the F acnlty and Professor of Chemistry A.B., Colgate, 18805 A.M., 18935 Ph.D., Heidelberg, 18965 Sc.D., Colgate, 19125 In- structor in Chemistry, Colgate, 1890-18915 Master of Sciences, Vermont Academy, 1891- 18945 Master of Sciences, Worcester Academy, 1896-18975 Head Master, Vermont Academy, 1897-19045 Professor of Chemistry, Union, 19045 University of Berlin, 19095 Member of American Chemical Society 5 Eastern New York Section Society of Engineers 5 University of Chicago, 1913-19145 Tour of American Universities, 1914-1915 5 Member of National Executive Committee, Sigma Xi, 1917-19215 Chairman of National Fellow- ship Committee5 Sigma Xi, 1920-5 National Secretary, Sigma Xi, 1922-5 Corre- sponding Editor, "Scientific American," 1920-5 Lecturer, Universities of Great Britain, 1925-19265 Dean of the Faculty, Union College, 1919-. CHARLES F. F. GARIS, EN, CIJBK, EE Dean of Stndents and Professor of Mathematics - Ph.B., Lafayette, 19035 M.S., Lafayette, 19065 Sc.D., Lafayette, 19235 Instructor in Mathematics, Union, 1903-1906 5 Assistant Professor of Mathematics, Union, 1906-19085 Professor of Mathematics Union, 1908-5 Dean of Students, Union College, 1919-. ' CHARLES N. WALDRON, AACID Secretary of C radnate Conncil and Assistant Professor of History B.S., Union, 19065 Secretary of Graduate Council, 19105 Instructor Union, 1911-19215 Assistant Professor, 19215 Acting Dean fo Students, 1925. FRANK CoE BARNEs, QDBK Secretary of the College and Professor of Modern Languages A.B., Williams, 18875 A.M., 18935 Ph.D., Leipsig, 19035 Principal of the Troy Academy 1896-19035 Traveled in Europe, 18985 Student at Berlin and Leipsig, 1899-1900 5 Trav- eled and studied in Germany and France, 1902-19035 Superintendent of Schools, Stock- bridge, Mass., 19035 Instructor in Modern Languages, Union, 1904-1905 5 Adjunct Pro- fessor of Modern Languages, 1905-1906 5 Traveled and Studied in Spain, 1910-1911, 1913 5 President New York State Modern Language Association, 1913-19155 Committee on Modern Language Syllabus, New York State, 1914-1915 5 German Examination Com- mittee, State Education Department, 1913-19185 Supervisor College Entrance Board Examinations, 19065 Chairman Eastern Federation Modern Language Association, 19155 Executive Committee, National Federation Modern Language Association, 19225 Pro- fessor .of Modern Languages, Union, 1906-. L -,,,,,W,,W ,,,l N 1, ,wc ,-,,,,..-, -al A- .1..,.--.-.---.--...-. ..... -.M-.,....,.,.W-.,.w.--WW.- l 13 . , P , VQT, . lf' """"W"m'7 If . . . .. FRANK S. HOFFMAN, f1vI'A, CIJBK I ohabod Speucer Professor of Philosophy, Eiueritus A.B., Amherst, 1876, A.M., 1879, B.D., Yale, 1880, Ph.D., Amherst, 1896, LL.D., Knox, 1914, Hooker Fellow at Yale, 1880-1882, Student in Germany, 1882-1883, In- structor in Philosophy, Wesleyan, 1883-1885, Professor at Union, 1885-1918. r OLIN H. ALANDRETH, AT, EE ' Professor of Civil Erigirteerirtg, Emeritus A C.E., Union, 1876, A.B., 1879, Sc.D., 1905, Instructor in Physical Laboratory, 1876-11877, Assistant Astronomer, Dudley Observatory, 1877-1879, Professor of Engi- neering, 1879-1894, Dean of Engineering Department, Vanderbilt University, 1886-1894, Professor at Union, 1894-1918. A JAMES H. STOLLER,-AKE, EE I Professor of Geology, Emeritus A i A.B., Union, 1884, A.M., 1887, Ph.D., Leipsig, 1898, Instructor in Natural History, Union, 1884-1886, Student, University of Munich, 1886-1887, Instructor in Biology, Union, 1887-1889, Assistant Professor of Biology and Geology, Union, 1889-1894, Pro- fessor of Biology, 1894-1897, Student, Leipsig University, 1897-1898, Professor of Bioloigy and Geology, 1898-1919, Member of Staff of New York Geolological Survey, 1910-1925, Professor of Geology, Union, 1895-1925. EDWRAD EVERETT HALE, IR., AACID, QJBK Professor of the English Lartguage-arid Literature A.B., Harvard, 1883, Ph.D., Halle, 1892, Instructor in English, Cornell, 1886-1889, Acting Assistant Professor, 1889-1890, I Fellow in Harvard, 1890-1892, Professor of English Language and Literature, State University of Iowa, 1892-1895, Professor at Union, 1895-. I E I HOWARD OPDYKE, 2611, QDBK Professor of Theoretical M eohauics c A.B., Williams, 1893, A.M., 1923, Columbia School of. Mines, 1893-1894, Instructor in Mathematics and Physics, Union, 1894-1899, Assistant Professor of Physics, 1899-1903, Traveled and Studied in Europe, 1901-1903, Professor of Physics, Union, 1903-1919, Professor of Theoretical Mechanics, 1919-. GEORGE DWIGIIT KELLOG-G, CIDBK , . Professor of the Latiu Lauguage arid Literature A.B., Yale, 1895, Ph.D'., 1898, Instructor in Latin, Yale, 1896-1899, Fellow of the American School of Classical Studies at Rome, 1899-1900, Tutor in Latin, Yale, 1900- 1903, Assistant Professor of Latin and Greek, Williams, 1903-1905, Assistant Professor of Classics, Princeton, 1905-1911, Member of the Archaeological Institute of America, 1898-1915, Member of the American Philological Association, 1898-, Vice-President of Classical Association of Atlantic States, 1906-1911, Visiting Professor of Latin, Univer- sity of Chicago, Summer of 1920, Visiting Professor of Latin, Syracuse University, Sum- mer Session, 1926-1927, Member of British Classical Association, Linguistic Society of America, National Council of the-National Economic League, American Association of University Professors, Professor of Latin Language and Literature, Union, 1911-. 14 11 12 111 1 , 1 l l l ill Q Q 1 5 i l .1 11 4 1, i' ,11 . '1 ' 11,1 U11 '-1 lit' 1125 1 ll: ,,. 1,1 1 ll l, 1 1 11 1 1 15' I 1 i11ii Q. 1111 l 1! iig' .I ll 1i, ls. S2 111 il , 11? ,I .11 11' ii 11, ,rl 15, 15 1 '11 l 11 z 5 E l 5 5 . fl E11 1 1. 1 e l 11 11 11 l 1 l E11 111 511 111 11, lgi 51 l 1311 11155 1 1. I1 il A 1 I it 11? S11 111 111 lil ,. gl 2 1 1 1 " fl 1 l ,T .41 ,, .HL 6 .- A " 4,4 ERNST JULIUS BERG, EKN, TBH, EE Professor of Electrical Engineering M.E., Royal Polytechnicum, Sweden, 1892, Sc.D., Union, 1909, Consulting Engineer with General Electric Company, 1909, Professor of Electrical Engineering, Illinois, 1909-1913, Fellow of American Institute of Electrical Engineers, Author of Text-Books on Electrical Engineering, Professor at Union, 1913-. HUGH MILLER ' Professor of Civil Engineering ' C.E., Princeton, 1901, Instructor in Civil Engineering, Princeton, 1902, Instructor in Civil Engineering, Harvard, 1903, Professor of Civil Engineering, Clarkson School of Technology, 1909-1915, Lecturer at Rice Institute, 1915-1917, Captain in U, S. Army, 1917-1921, Professor of Civil Engineering and Dean of College of Civil Engineering, George Washington University, 1921-1926, Professor of Civil Engineering, Union, 1926-. PETER IRVING WOLD, FA, EE, CIDBK Professor of Physics ' B.S., University of Oregon, 1901, E.E., 1903, Ph.D., Cornell University, 1915, In- structor in Physics, University of Oregon, 1900-1903, Examiner of Patents in Wireless Telegraphy and Telephony, U. S. Patent Office, 1903-1905 and 1908-1910, Instructor in Physics, Cornell University, 1914-1915, Consultant to Signal Corps, U. S. Army, on Radio Signaling, 1910, Professor of Physics, Tsing Hua of American Indemnity College, Peking, China, 1911-1914, Andrew.D. White Fellow in Physics, Cornell University, 1914-1915, Physicist, Western Electric Company, 1915-1920, Member of Board on Signaling Instruction, U. S. Signal Corp, 1917 g Professor of Physics, Union, 1920-. JOHN LEWIS MARCH, AKE, CIJBK Professor of Psychology! A.B., Lafayette, 1883, A.M., 1896, Ph.D., 1903, Teacher in Latin, Harry Hillman Academy, 1893-1895, Traveled in Europe, 1895-1898, Union, 1899, Assistant Pro- fessor of Psychology, 1903-1904, Associate Professor, 1904-1922, Professor, 1922-. JAMES WATT MAVOR - Professor' of Biology A.B., Cambridge, 1905, Ph.D., Harvard, 1913, Trinity College, Cambridge, England, 1902-1906, Harvard University, 1907-1910 and 1912-1913, Mathematical Tripos, Cambridge University, 1906, Natural Science Tripos, Cambridge University, 1906, Thayer School of Harvard, 1907-1908, Gibbs Scholar and Assistant in Comparative Anatomy, 1908-1910, Traveling Scholar from Harvard in Research at University of Munich, 1911-1912, Instructor in Embryology and Histology, and General Supervisor of Laboratory Works in Elementary Zoology, University of Wisconsin, 1913-1916, Austin Teaching Fellow in Zoology, Harvard, 1912-1913, Lecturer in Science and Mathematics, King's College, Windsor, N. S., 1906-1907, Instructor in Zoology, Syracuse University, 1911-1912, Assistant Professor of Zoology, Union, 1916-1921, Warren Triennial Prize, Massachusetts General Hospital, 1922, Associate Professor of Zoology, Union, 1921- 1924: Professor of Biology, 1924-. 15 ,, ,t,,. -.. , wifes- , , 5 I rr JAMES WILLIAM BLACK, C151-BK Professor of History ' A.B., Johns Hopkins University, 1888, Ph.D., 1891, Acting Associate Professor of His- tory and Political Economics, Georgetown, 1891-1892, Professor of History and Econ- omics, Colby, 1894-1912, Professor of History, Colby, 1912-1924, Professor of History, Union, 1924-. I WARREN CRosBY TAYLOR, EE I I Associate Professor of Civil Engineering B.S.,' Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1902, C.C.C. dz St. L.R.R. Draftsman and Assistant Engineer, 1902-1905, Detroit River Tunnel Company, 1907-1909, Instructor in Civil Engineering, Union, 1910-1913, Associate Member A.S.C.E., Member of Society of Engineers of Eastern New York, Assistant Professor of Civil Engineering, Union, 1913-1921, Associate Professor, 1921-. ' JOHN NICHOLAS VEDDER, CIDBK, EE I 1 Associate Professor of Thermodynamics l G A.B., Union, 1895, A.M., 1898, Graduate School of Columbia University, 1900-1902, American Locomotive Company of Schenectady, 1908-1909, Engineering Experiment Station, University -of Illinois, 1910-1914, Assistant Professor, Union, 1914-1921, Asso- ciate Professor, Union, 1921-. i TNHARTON, MILLER, AT Librarian B.S., Columbia University, 1913, B.LQS., New York State Library School, 1916, Co- lumbia University Library, 1913-1914, Newark Public Library, 1914-1915, New York State Library School, 1915-1916, Syracuse Public Library, 1916-1920, Ordnance Corps U. S. A., 1917-1919, Lecturer, Syracuse University, 1919-1920, Lecturer, New York State Library School,- 1922-1926, Librarian, Union, 1921-. FREDERICK YVIARREN GROVER, AKA ' ' 2 ' Associate Professor of Electrical Engineering S.B., Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1899, M.S., Wesleyan University, 1901, Ph.D,, George .Washington University, 1907, Ph.D., University of Munich, 1908, Assistant in Physics, Wesleyan University, 1899-1900, Assistant in Physics and Astron- omy, Wesleyan, 1900-1901, Instructor in Electrical Engineering, Lafayette College, 1901--1902, Laboratory Assistant, National Bureau of Standards, 1902-1904, Assistant Physicist, Bureau of Standards, 1904-1907 ,C and 1908-1910 Associate Physicist, Bureau of Standards, 1910-1911, Professor of Physics, Colby College, 1911-1920, Consulting Radio Expert, National Bureau of Standards since 1918, Assistant Professor of Elec- trical Engineering, Union, 1920-1922, Associate Professor, 1922-. RAYMOND MoRsE HERRICK, CIJFA Associate Professor of English A.B., Columbia University, 1916, A.M., 1917, Instructor in English, Swarthmore Col- lege, 1917-1920, Instructor in U. S. Naval Academy, 1920-1922 , Instructor in Columbia College, 1922-1924, Assistant Professor, of English, Union, 1924-1926, Associate Pro- fessor, 1926-. 16 K 1, , Ki,i,,.,-,jx clfy f ,ni 1, 1 -A , E If WARD ClllGS'l'lfllt JAONES, KA, TBK Associate Professor of History A BS., Princeton, 1907, A.M., 1909, D.es L., Universite de Geneve, 1916, War Relief Connnission, Rockefeller Foundation in Switzerland, 1916-1917, with A.Pt.C. in France, Belgium and Switzerland, 1917-1918, Instructor in History, Dartmouth, 1919-1921, Assistant Professor of History, Union, 1920-. IVIORTIMER FREEMAN SAYRE, EE Associate Professor of Applied Mechanics E.M., Columbia, 1907, A.M., 1912, Mining Railroad and Hydraulic Work, Arizona, 1907-1910, Assistant in Civil Engineering Department, Columbia, 1910-1911, in Con- sulting Engineer's Oflice, New York, 1911, Engineer and Superintendent, Croton Mag- netic Iron Wo1'lqs, Brewster, 1912-1913, Engineering Department, C. R. R. of New Jersey, 1913-1914, Instructor at Union, .1914-1918, Assistant Professor, 1918-1926, Associate Professor, 1926-. A ' CHARLES BUELL HURD Assistant Professor of Chemistry 1 B.S., WVorcester Polytechnic Institute, 1915, M.S., 1917, Ph.D., Clark University, 1921, Instructor, Worcester Polytechnic Institute, 1915-1920, Assistant Professor of Chemistry, Colby College, 1921-1922, Assistant Professor of Chemistry, Trinity Uni- versity, 1922-1923, Assistant Professor of Chemistry, Union, 1923-. HAROLD ANsoN BRUCE, TFA Director of Physical Training ancl Athletics Instructor in Physical Training, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1908-1909, Director of Physical Education, Coach of Track and Field and Cross-Country, Lafayette College, 1909-1924, Director of Physical Training and Athletics, Coach of Track and Field, Coach of Cross-Country at Union, 1924-. MORTON COLLINS STEWART, SAX, CDBK Assistant Professor of German Ph.B., Brown, 1894, Ph.D., Harvard, 1907, Head of Mathematics Department, Quincy, Ill., High School, 1896-1900, Student at Leipsig University, 1900-1904, Instructor at Brown, 1904- 1905, Austin Teaching F ellow, Harvard, 1906-1907, Instructor at Harvard, 1907-1910, Instructor at Union, 1910-1911, Assistant Professor, 1911-. ARTHUR DODD SNYDER g Associate Professor- of M atheniatics A.B., Lafayette, 1911, A.M., University of Vllisconsin, 1912, Instructor in Mathematics, Lafayette, 1912-1917, Instructor in Mathematics, Union, 1917-1918, 110th Infantry, Argonne Offensive, 1918-1919, Public Accountant, 1919-1921, Assistant Professor of Mathematics, Union, 1921-. ELMER A. T IDMARSH , Director of M nsic ' Graduate Guilmant Organ School, Graduate Conservatoire Americaine, Fontainebleau, France. I 5 l 17 123111131 . W , ,,,,f31.f "if5551ffi1'f?.i r L4 ROBERT WARNER CROWELL, QAX, QIDBK Assistant Professor of Gerrnan and French B.A., Amherst, 1893, M.A., Harvard, 1908, Professor of Greek and Latin. Lincoln Col- lege, 1889-1892, Instructor in Latin and French, High School, Columbus, Ohio, 1892- 1896, Student Gottingen University, 1896-1898, Professor of Greek and Latin, Lincoln College, 1898-1902, Professor of Greek and German, Wiaynesburg College. 1902-1907, Instructor in German and French, Colby College, 1910-1914, Assistant Professor, 1914-1918, Instructor at Union, 1919-1921, Assistant Professor, 1921-. HENRY ALBERT SCHAUFFLER, KCID Q Assistant .Professor of Civil Engineering A 1 C.E., Princeton, 1912, Construction Department Pennsylvania R. R., 1912-1915, Con- struction Department Long Island R. R., 1915-1917, Office Engineer, Field Office, J. A. P. Crisfield 'Contracting Co., 1917-1918, Instructor at Union, 1919-1921, Assistant Pro- fessor, 1921-. HARRISON CADWALLADER COEFIN, CIJBK Assistant Professor of 'Greek A.B., Johns Hopkins University, 1916, A.M., 1918, Ph.D. 1920, Hopkins Scholar, 1912-1916, Graduate Scholar in Latin, Johns Hopkins University, 1916-1917, Ed- mund Law Rogers Fellow in Classics, 1917-'1918, and 1919-1920, Instructor in Latin, Mt. Vernon Collegiate Institute, Baltimore, Md., 1916--1917, Chemical Warfare Service Army of U. S., 1918-1919, Member of the American Philological Association, Member of the Classical Association of the Atlantic States, Instructor in Greek, Union, 1920- 1923, Assistant Professor of Greek, 1923-. W1LsoN LEoN GODSHALL, AXA Assistant Professor of Political Science I B.S., University of Pennsylvania, 1919, A.M., 1920, Ph.D., 1923, Instructor in Navi- gation and Signaling, U. S. Navy, 1917-1918, Instructor in English, Central High School, Philadelphia, Pa., 1919-1921, University Scholar in Anthropology, University of Penn- sylvania, 1919-1923, Instructor and Lecturer in Political Science, Wliartoii School, 1920-1923, Assistant Professor of Political Science, Summer School, University of Penn- sylvania, 1923 and 1924, Penfield Traveling Fellow, University of Pennsylvania, 1924- 1925, Assistant Professor' of Political Science, Union, 1923-. 1 1 FERNAND JAGU , 7 Assistant Professor of French and Spanish BLL., Rennes University, 1886, L. 'D.., Paris University, 1889, Adjunct Professor of History, St. Joseph College, Sarcelles, 1894-1900, Professor of French, Merion Seminary, 1906-1912, Instructor in French, Cornell, 1917-1920, Instructor in French, Union, 1920- 1924, Assistant Professor of French and Spanish, 1924-. , JAMES MEAD HYATT, EE Assistant Professor of Physics A.B., Cornell, 1918, Ph.D., 1922, Instructor in Physics, Cornell, 1918-1922, In- structor at Union, 1922-1924, Assistant Professor, 1924-. 18 . .,,, S45 I 1 If 1 . sg :M ,Qi 1 1 i iff? A 1,1 1. 11,1 isfl 1 1111 tl 11 iii? ,i 1111 111, Efi' H1 ,111 ill' V. 5 1 1 :lx 11 111 , K I li 11 1 if 1 I1 1 1' 111 . H31 1 1 It 11 1:11 511i 1. L11 111 iiil 1 1 w ii 1111 lil 11 1Q'1 11 21 U lg, 11 i'11 ,111 11 7: 111 iiil 1.11 11 gif! 11 i'li ll 1111 E1 1 'l 5:11 12 215, QL 1111 52 ii 5.11 Sf iii? is C11 Q 1-11 li 1j21 Q1 111 112 11 . "ai 21 ,E 1? .. 1- 111 1 1 li 1. 1 i ' E 1 1 1, ,. -1 1 - i 1 121 1 31. 1 1311 31 ,h D itil 11 liil li 1 11 1:12 li 1111 lg , 111 1 ,1,f 1 1 15 1 111 -. .YL ,. , 11 if 2531 tl .,. 1121 li 11 .. fill li VI, il 1li 11 'li f ii ' E' 1 E112 iii? fi 5152 21 li ll ,'.? 11 ,I ll ,1 wg -1 11 1 11 'ir A -'l if .li QI '1 A 3 11 If . ,E I, it . 1' 1 11, 31 9. 5 Q 31 1 -1 l i if 1 , I2 '4 as-as-.V ' 'Fans-L. ' ,ay Me..v-an-iluivv M, -.9 l I I .J 15 is tl 5 gi sl I ii K gf 5 I if as it if If ti Si it 11 ll ji ii E3 it gl it 31 51 It li I 11 W, 'v 1 l li i 1 i 5 lv if 1 1 1 I 1 x , 1? l. ,, 51 is 1, ,z 1 I 1: 'Z I I I Fi" -fit' I .., fgkyggrg-,iw-1, ,xi ,,x,,.,,f-J. i . .5 4 g, 5 2 i DAVID SHERMAN MoRsE, CIJKCIJ, fI1BK,EE,' Assistant Professor of M athernaties A.B., and Pd.M., New York University, 19175 A.M., Harvard, 19185 Ph.D., Cornell, 19235 Instructor in Mathematics, New York University, Third Term 1917 and Summer Sessions, 1916 and 19175 Instructor in Mathematics, Union, 1918-19205 Instructor in Mathematics, Cornell University, 1920-1924 and Summer Sessions, 1920-19245 Assistant Professor of Mathematics, Union, 1924-. ' JOHN MACDONALD I Assistant Professor of Civil Engineering B.S. in C.E., New York University, 19065 Superintendent of Construction, Thompson- Starrett Construction Co., Instructor in Plan Reading and Estimating, Cooper Union, 1912-19235 Assistant Professor of Civil Engineering, Building Construction Course, Union, 1924-. ' JAMES SPROAT GREEN ' HA Assistant Professor of English A.B., Princeton, 19165 Graduate Student, 1916-19175 M. Litt., University of Cam- bridge, England, 19235 Instructor in English, Columbia College, 1919-19205 Instructor in Rhetoric and Public Speaking, Union, 1924-5 Assistant Professor of English, Union, 1925-. ' 1 ROLD ATKINS LARRABEE, CIDBK 5 Assistant Professor of Philosophy A.B., Harvard, 19165 A.M., Columbia, 19185 Ph.D., Harvard, 19255 Division of Psy- chology, Medical Department, U. S. Army, 1918-19195 Assistant Professor of Phil- osophy, Syracuse University, 1920-19215 Assistant in Philosophy, Harvard and Rad- cliffe Colleges, 1921-1923 5 Rogers Traveling Fellow. of Harvard at Grenoble, Paris, London and Heidelberg, 1923-19245 Assistant Professor of Psychology, University of Vermont, 1924-19255 Member of the American Philosophical Association5 Assistant Professor of Philosophy, Union, 1925-. 5 HENRY KNUTE SvENsoN, EE Assistant Professor of Biology A.B., Harvard, 19205 M.A., 19225 Instructor in Biology, George Peabody College for Teachers, Nashville, 1920-19225 Instructor in Biology, Union, 1922 5 Assistant Professor of Biology, Union, 1924-. MERIT Scofrfr, FA Assistant Professor of Physics A.B., Cornell, 19205 Ph.D., Cornell, 19245 Assistant Professor, Cornell, 1918-19205 Rumford Research Assistant, 19205 Instructor, Cornell, 1920-19265 Assistant Professor of Physics, Union, 1926-. THOMAS ADAM W1LsoN, AT, CIDBK ' Assistant Professor of Chernistry M.S., Illinois University, 19215 Ph.D., 19235 Instructor in Chemistry, Union, 19235 Assistant Professor, 1925-. i...-....,,.......':f:.,"l:1l:flf1:' ..'. I Lille. lil? Zff"QTf'fQfff iTf"'1'I"jff,f , A , 7 ' 'A A " ' W" 'D A' """"A" 19 .::,::::':zz.,,....3:g,:L'3I,32g:,3-31.1 A f"A M""'4' I 'nqx ,A', IIGJTMIWMMWII EDWARD STAPLES COUSENS SMITH, AXE, FA, EE g Q Assistant Professor of Geology A.B., Bowdoin College, 1918, A.M., Harvard University, 1920, Instructor in Radcliffe College, 1921-1923, American Chemical Society, Sigma Xi Research Fellow In Geology for 1926-1927, Instructor in Geology, Union, 1923, Assistant Professor, 1925-. DANIEL ROBERTS HARPER, SRD, QDBK, EE Assistant Professor of Physics University of Pennsylvania, 1905, A.M., 1908, Ph.D., 1910, Instructor in Physics, University of Pennsylvania, 1904-1909, Assistant Physicist, Associate Physicist, I and Physicist, National Bureau of Standards, 1909-1925, Physicist, General Electric Company, 1925- , Assistant Professor of Physics, Union, 1926-. JOHN WILLIAM KERN, EEZ, CDAT Assistant Professor of Chemistry Q A.B., Colgate University, 1904, A.M., Syracuse, 1910, Ph.D., Illinois, 1924, Instructor in Science, French School, Wilmington, 1904-1905, Instructor in Science, Urbana, Ohio, 1905-1907, Instructor in Science, State Normal School, Pennsylvania, 1907-1909, In- structor in Chemistry, Elmira Free Academy, 1910-1918, Department of Chemistry, Mercer University, 1918-1922, Instructor in Chemistry, Union, 1924, Assistant Pro- fessor, 1925-. HENRY LAURENCE ACHILLES Director of Religions Work and Bible Stnoly Ph.B.,.Yale, 1911, Graduate of Union Theological Seminary, 1915, Instructor in Pre- paratory Schools, 1915-1922, Director of Religious Work and Bible Study, Union, 1925- GARRETT MARCELLUS CLOWE, NPT Instrnctorin Hygiene and Snrgeon in Charge ' M.D., Albany Medical School, 1913, Instructor in Hygiene and Surgeon in Charge Union, 1923-. 7 CHARLES THOMAS lN4ALE, EE Instrnotor in Mathematics B.E., Union., 1913, Sanitary Inspector, Panama Canal, 1914-1915, Fortifications, Panama Canal, 1915-1916, Instructor in Engineering 1916, Sanitary Inspector, New York Stare 1916' Building Construction American Locomotive Co 1911 Ind I irut Engineers U S Army 1917 2nd Lieut and Capt Sanitary Corps 19181919 XL1 1918 1919 Assistant Sanitary Engineer New York State Summci of 1920 II1 hu IS Construction Summer of 1921 New York State A ll 1922 199 P Mathematics Union, 1919 5599133 o lnstiuc tO1 in JAMES MASON CLINE CIDFA CIHBK Instrnotor in English AB Union 1920 AM Harvard 1925 11191111011011I1I'l1bl1Sll 1921 20 ., .,..f-.. .,,......-... .,...,, ,,,. ,..,....,...... --Q -.. I 1 , '1 Qi I lp IU 'l i, mi: lil! fm Hes El 'I I I uf, lil, Vi lit isll Ii: 11' al' 11 iq' i it Lfll Ella all IZ Wi fi oi in 525' :uri all Mia ml ,H El ,, :E gl I l 1 , ,, A ,, ,I 3. ,a if il ,. ii l ,Vw "EW ! ,Q . ,qu .,,, ,,, ,IV , 1 x "" !Q'g'g't',if,',lfI 'I if ANTHONY JAMES PALERMO Instructor in Electrical Engineering B.S. in E.E., Union, 1922 5 Instructor at Union, 1922-. JOHN HAROLD WITTNER, CIDAG Assistant Director of Physical Training and Athletics B.S., Union, 19205 Harvard Summer School of Physical Education, 1926-1927 5 Assistant Director of Physical Training and Athletics, Union, 1922-. . IRWIN STOLL NEWBURY Instructor in Electrical Engineering V B.S., in Mathematics, Colby, 1922 5 Instructor at Union, 1922-. EDMUND WALKER BEYER . Instructor in Drawing and Descriptive Geometry M.E., Ohio Mechanics Institute, 1910 3 Hamilton Machine and Tool Company, General Electric, Allis-Chalmers Co., 1910-1923 5 Instructor in Drawing and Descriptive Geom- etry, Union, 1923-. ' HERBERT DEAN MERRITT, 2215, fIDBK Instructor in English . A.B., Hamilton,i1925, M.A.., Princeton, 1926, Instructor, Union, 1926-. BRYAN LAWRENCE CARPENTER, GNE, fI2BK, TKA Instructor in English A.B., Union, 1921, A.M., NHarvard University, 1922, Allen Military Academy, 1922- 1923 5 Instructor in English, Union, 1923-. SYLVESTER I. HAEFNER, AIWI2, EE Instructor in Electrical Engineering BQS. in E. E., Union, 1925, M.S. in E. E., Union, 1926, Instructor in Electrical Engi- neering, 1926-. I CHARLES 'FAYETTE ROURKE, NEN Assistant Surgeon M.D., Albany Medical School, 19225 Member of Vesalian Anatomy Society, Assistant A Surgeon, Union, 1923-. LUTHER WILLIAM HUSSEY Instructor in Mathematics A.B., Dartmouth, 1923 5 A.M., Harvard University, 1924, Instructor in Mathematics, Union, 1924-. 21 L, ..,, -f I. ---,,v ,I ,-514, , ,V lf """'iti,.,i.g::.:.f:t:1., .,., , ,,,,.. 33535: .,.. ' ,i:f,.'f: ff ",,', -, fiii"'. '5 , , ll ' l v'::g::gtg?,,..,, I l V l Q , , , 1. ,. 1 li ix I , 9 'l w 11. r ,r tw l ici I ,U ALBERT HENRY HALL I Instructor in Political Science i T, Instructor in Political Science, Union, 1926-.' 'I ANTHONY DE HOTHLEGH HOADLEY, KA UI . . . . . , U gl Instructor in Civil Engineering I It B.S. in C. E., Union, 1923, Instructor in Civil Engineering, Union, 1923-1925, Student, , I I lt , ll Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1925-1926, Member of Franlclin Institute, f f Junior Member American Society Of Civil Engineers, Instructor of Civil Engineering, ,gy . Union, 1926-. 4 ll lil r r ,, FREDERICK LIDELL BRONNER, AT 3' I Instructor in History , iajl li B.S., Union, 1923, M.A., Harvard, 1925, Instructor in History, Union, 1923-1924 and 2 ii 1925-. tw ' li 't l, X . , 1 gl' I l, . ll Nl - ji, HENRYDWILSON Micics, AACID li Q Instructor in English B.S., Union, 1920, A.M., Harvard, 1925, Instructor in English, The American Uni- ,lt , versity of Beirut, Beirut, Syria, 1920-1922, Instructor in English, Laurenceville School, ' .A Nl ll l V ll ll Laurenceville, N. J., 1924-1925, Instructor in English, Union, 1925-. E w l ' ,N . , Q I ,, EDUARDO GOMEZ-DURAN , 1: y 3 I . Qt Instructor in Spanish B.Ph., University of Bogota, Columbia, A.B., Valpariso University, Instructor in 3, Spanish, Brown University, 1923, Instructor, University of Maine, 1923-1926, In- IEZQ, structor, Union, 1926-. V DONALD FORRESTER CAMERON, TFA rg? el, D , 1 H 5 'I Instructor in English 5 ill iii l A.B., Union, 1924, A.M., Princeton, 1925, Instructor in English, Union, 1925-. FW li IH DAVID MCCLELLADT DEFOREST, CIJBK, EE lr I 1 N W , . . ,I I Instructor in Biology I 1 11" 4" ' 'lui . ii A.B., Union, 1925, Instructor in Biology, Union, 1925-. , EARL WILLIAM POWELL, AFT, EE l A El 1 w 1 '. i it 5, , I Instructor in M athernatics l tl, B.S. in E. E., Union, 1925, Instructor in Mathematics, Union, 1925-. , 11,5 Al f itil 55,2 ARTHUR GEISMAR it lil? . Instructor in Gerrnan and French is 5 - - - , Ph.D.. University of Freiburg, Germany, 1923, State License as Teacher in Gorman ,ln Colleges, 1923 , Instructor of English and French in German Colleges 1923-1925, ln- f 'Iii ' ' , , , ' I I 3, if ,E structor of German, College of the City of New York, 1925-1920, Instructor of Germain i and French, Union, 1926-, , lg Elle ,- it E gl , . 'l lib it we 5' 4252 z yi Il fl 4, 22 2131, gt, 1' ,I iili FRANCIS ALEXANDER POUBENNEC Instructor in French ' Br.Su., St. Joseph Lycee Pavert and St. Aubert College, Paris, 1920, Instructor, St. Louis College, Paris, Madrid College, Clason Military Academy, De La Salle Institute, Manhattan College and Canterbury School , Instructor in French, Union, 1926-. FLOYD EDWARD ULRICH Instructor in Mathematics B.S. in EE., Union, 1926, Instructor in Mathematics, Union, 1926-. I 21 Q l 3 1 i 1 1 1 1 w 5 gf l l l l 4 ERIC NYGARD Instructor in Cifvrjl Engineering E.E., University of Washington, 1922, Research in Western Electric Co., 1922-1924, , Instructor in Georgia'School of Technology, 1924-1925, Instructor in Civil Engineering, 1 Union, 1925-. 3 l CHARLES RODNEY Pirfrs, AXA, EE, Q - . . ' 'l Instructor rn Physrcs Q B.S. in Physics, Union, 1924, Instructor in Physics, Union, 1924-1925, Graduate Assis- tant in Physics, Union, 1925-1926, Instructor in Physics, Union, 1926-. 1 ' I is . gi A ' asf wash' 1 524 , if FIN l . '? f-:X Z 5 2 jvdastrr,-agf--' f I - . ' 'IX if 'i fs fgkvgf f J T f I l l 3. fl A i - ' ' -11, I , ,,,,, ,,g:,11,,4,. rf" :TJ,I.DigL2:T-I U-..-..' '1' f w ' ' L- 7- 'ffjj l mn ""iW.'4 1 mrgijxz ----f---- A A- ---W ------ - ---- '-133331, ,11:f,:,1113gg:3,g:,41g.:f23T:,iLQL21f,1LL '... Zilillilf-I 23 A O, Q Lecturers JOSEPH P. DAY, LECTURER ON CIVIC ADMINISTRATION V DAVID FRIDAY t Professor of Political Ecorzomy irlw the School for Social Research N ew York City J ICHABOD SPENSER LECTURERS l ROYAL CORTISSOZ - y Literary aucl Art Editor, N ew York Tribune l SIGIVIUND SPAETH - Author arid Music Critic A IRVING LANGMUIR, PRh.D., SOD. Theoretical Chemistry 5 i 1 ALBERT W. HULL, Ph.D. Crystallography arzcl IX-Rays WHEELER P. DAVEY, Ph.D. Crystallography arid X -Rays SAUL DUSHMAN, Ph.D. Atomic Structure JOHN B. TAYLOR, BS. Acoustics WIILLIAM DAVID COOLIDGE, PIID Physical Chemistry 1 Z E s I 1 2 . I I I I I I I R I ' , 24 L , i i w 4 1 I I 1 V F 5 1 3 I, ,f n 'tx W. . K F":Fv Q' .x 'x 'Fr 'I 5 'Q f O 1 U 'W mix? H 8 :N Q' . Q 0 - if If ' F 'wa i 1- ' e A ' V' ' ' ' A . 5 a , ll' '57, 1 .QQ 2' l. -rl' Q' w 'Nw 'Sf' 5 3 I., , f n , . Y g ' 5' , X , 2 X if" l 'g 51' , LQ' ,, x5 fxw W , ,a K' Q' , fi " , sn' 4- 1, x 'Nt' in , i .F I' f-H i 2 ,AQ :fi 1 Q1- .ga su 5 W vi aw, 5 , V fi f, ,' . , 4 5, Q S X f 1' 7 'X x. ln 'sb gf' Y lk, , ,, Q tvs 'l M 3 1 4 .Q ag, ,S . ' v .sr X NS A v 4 K Y X Q X .. iii' ' . -. s 1 If .f' .Qi 4 X X . ,va 4- 1- ff 2' x. -,' . 3 .' . -4 '- ,-aw' Qffwf' '. ,A . 'S' K' C in 'IJ 'i' . . , ' Rig.-f-QQ' ,K i v 'f-:S-gif, K eg ' - Q..-. ' 'fl' Q ,Q yi , ,?41,,.fTj'Qw.f .:,+- ,Q N X-, ,-1r wx 72,-.J i' ,bg Q, L 5. .V . my l , -I 'O ip: Mbqm, uf j ' 5'1'NLe,:,' , L. 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Q:-ef.-V Liar, .., '-..,,, -, 1 A, A. ', . '1 A 'gd ,""'.x'." 1 ,"9 f..' J. "M ,-,.,. v ---M 2 ..f. Q . 1 'A' 5' ' 'fn k K 4 lik fi ,QQ- lw? 1, ls N., 22+ I "Vx-. - 1 L Pl I 1 1 1 1 E '1 1 3 C L 2 if 1 2 E E 1 E 1 1 l 1 5 5 I i 1 . I i 2. Ei 2? ai T1 11 El if 11 rl 21 11 fi E1 11 fi E1 1,1 il lil ,. 11 i 11 i 1 it 91 il 2 I li SE :1 il? il ,x if il li li 1. 31 li if il ll 51 11 i 11 1 l 1 9 '1 1 ll 11 1 vl 1.1 1 1 1 1 ,1 'Q 41 51 ll 52 11 1 I 1 ll 1. 1 1, 1, 11 gl 11 i1 ll 11 . 1 l 1 1 J I l li ln i 1 E 1 I I 3 1 31 il 1 1 l l 1 l l 1 5 I 1 5 1 5 1 I 1 i I li li 3, AV, I' .V sl 'l!'i'i Y i 1 I 1 l The Terrace Council GEORGE R. PRATT . , President RICHARD W. BRIG1-IAM . . Vice-President BRUCE A. MULQUEEN . . Secretary and Treasurer W. BENNETT SKANE ROBERT G. HOEHN CLARENCE E. HABER PAUL D.' DAVIS HE Class of 1906 established the Terrace Council as the administrative de- partment of the Student Body, thus bringing about a realization of an ideal of student self-government. The Terrace Council is composed of seven Seniors, four of Whom are selected or tapped by the out-going Council on Moving-up Day, the others being elected the following September. The selection of these men is entirely in the hands of undergraduates, and, con- sequently, there is no inelastic qualiiication standard. However, since Terrace Council is the greatest campus honor any student may attain, it is only those de- serving, because of extra-curriculum and scholastic activities, vvho become mem- bers. In addition, they must possess personality and popularity. The functions' of the Terrace Council are similar to those of any administrative body. Meetings are held Weekly, at which time discussions of important under- graduate questions and policies take place and are later reported at Student Body Meetings. All penalties for infringements of campus rules are meted out by the Council. It is the body to Which the Faculty brings all complaints. All class activities and elections are under the council's supervision, and the social life of the college traces its origin to that body. On various Saturday nights during the year, Terrace Council dances are held at Hanna Hall. In fact, the entire government of the Student Body is centered in these seven men. 37 1 i COUNCIL k SW' ii?- 3 ilk! if 5 E.. I 1 i t. gi 1 X I T S. if it 4 Q r xi, it 1,1 l I 1 ly 'l illiil ' i I , f ff rm, '58, "5 4"' "',' 'fy' r- s ilg,Qvg'ifJ?f4j.i .aj LQ sl? iii? lil? . . Senior Class History sa 4 ' OUR years ago we came to Union, almost as green as an average freshman class and numerically the largest of the post war classes. The goal, at the time, seemed far away. Little did we suspect with what astounding rapidity the months and years were to pass in work and play. Now we are at the end of the race and it I is fitting that we pause, count our numbers, review our deeds and determine the nature of our legacy to posterity. lp, After a week of confusion, interspersed with the excitement 'occasioned -by the c scraps and the bustle of getting settled, the quest for knowledge and laurels really began, to be continued by those who found the advance from class to class not too , rapid for their comprehension. ' Our record in athletics has been, if not brilliant, consistent and enviable. The ll spirit of aggressiveness shown by our undefeated Freshman football team has always pi prevailed, on gridiron, court, diamond and cinder track. Our Soiree set a standard . of excellence which few have hoped to surpass and was unique in the fact that the committee showed an actual profit on its books. If further proof were needed of our i if excellent showing in social activities we have only to present the famous Prom as QQ evidence. if il We feel sure that we have had a great influence upon college life during our stay. If this influence has often led to strange results it hardly befits us here to be both judge and accused. Fate and the faculty have proven the Nemisis of our original two hundred and fifty, our class at graduation numbers one hundred twenty-seven. Albeit we have lost the distinction created by numbers, we take fl if with us a record which we feel is not soon to be eclipsed. ,J l The senior year is now performing its traditional function of drawing to a close. , With the modesty that characterizes us as a class, we may say that never has- Union had a finer body of men to graduate. With our degrees well in hand we pause, ready for the frightful fray which is in store for us, on the brink of the conflict. ii if The world, our oyster, lies before us to be opened. if Class Historian il gi 'll pil ,-.a '.,, f .-.-.-4.-..-a,.........,... .s......, l.2..,.....,..-, .... ..,Y..-....--s-,,A.,-,m- .fm ,m A. a - . . - -T., ,-Q. m--. 39 .,... . n. ....l. --..-...., 3' A--f'2,xffT'-gf"g 'Li' il "Q, N-M--Mm-'M":::1?r'i.1:::..1:':':':: , 'Mi "" L 4 243 4 V Wh-- ...,. EW.. Class of 192 7 WILLIAM BENNETT SKANE W R ILLIAM DENNETI' OKANE GEORGE ROBERT PRATT . CHARLES GREENE HASKELL BRUCE ANDREW MULQUEEN JAMES MARSHAIJL O'NEIL President Senior Class Officers 38 . PI'CSl'c1,CIIf I 'IFC-P1'f'sz'dva1l . Sc'c7'c'fc1I'.1' . Tn'aS1m'1' . 1'II.S1'U!'l.dlI I , I I C I :II II I4 II I IIII Ig I I Iii Im II I, ,. II. I I z f I i I I l I I I I ., , I I . 1" I ,I I I I I I I I 5. C X Z The Senior Class ARTHUR HONVARD ABELL, JR. A111 House Waverly, N. Y. Adi, QA, Tiger' s Eye, Class Secretary C35 , Chairman Class Song Committee, Chair- man Frosh Peeerade Committee, Musical Clubs C1, 2, 3, 45 , Mountebanks C1, 2, 3, 45 , Literary Editor 1927 GARNET, Y .M. C. A. Cabinet Cl, 2, 3, 45 , Philomathean Literary Society C1, 2, 3, 45, Secretary C25, Classical Club C2, 3, 45, Dance Orchestra C35, Varsity Debating C25, Choir C3, 45. JOSEPH DANIEL ALLEN QIDEK House Schuyler Lake, N. Y. LIDEK, HFM, Adelphic Debating Society, Allison-Foote Debate C35 , Sophomore Ora- toricals, Sophomore Banquet Committee ,. Associate-Editor 1927 GARNET, College Band C1,2,35. ANDREW MATTHEW ANDERSON M.S.N.C. ' Poughkeepsie, N. Y. I C. E. Club, Commons Club, Junior Prom Committee. THOMAS SAYRE ATHERTON, JR. , XXII Lodge ' Scranton, Pa. XXII, CDA, OAN, Idol Club, Manager Hockey, Manager Lacrosse, Manager Class Lacrosse, Senior Representative Publication Board, Classical Club C2, 3, 45, Junior Banquet Committee. - , ' ANATOLE AVTZINE 789 State St. . Bosto11,Russia LAMBERT BATTIN BARROWS, JR. C AAG? House V A Brooklyn, N. Y. AACID, fI1A, Idol Club, Mountebanks C15 , Press Club C15, RUFUS STURGES BARTON, JR. N.S.S.C. Port jejferson, N. Y. E. E. Club, Radio Club, Commons Club. EDWARD JULIUS BASCH 1764 Oneida St. Schenectady, N. Y. Chemistry Club C2, 35, President C45 , Physical Society C45 , Band C1, 2, 3, 45, Manager C45, Key and Blade Club. GEORGE MURVIN BECKER I A I Cid Gym Dorm Claverack, N. Y. g HYMAN BEDNOWITZ . KN HOUSE . A Brooklyn, N. Y. KN, Class Pipe and Cap Committee, Concordrlensis, Varsity Soccer, Varsity Basketball C2, 3, 45 , Junior Prom Committee, Lewis Henry Morgan Honor C25. A . ,V I M' ,,,,, , ,..-.., ....-. ,.,.,-..,, ....,L,L-.--,-..L..-.L..,.-....... .... .,....-.....fk-A-V '- 41 my-w ..,. , .., 4 - . Z, , . ,, - .,., , -, .,,k 1 l 1 at ... .1121 ,T 7, kv-, , I V , -. V1 I n:,.,,.v. .,'4,.-W--,...: vmw:, . l - 1, F -.v K , -nz: .r X I A I THE SENIOR CLASS "WJ ' 57 1 l.1 5 l I I 1 I 1 1 l I l I P .fi .fl Elf 5 1 2 In ffl ll I:-' 'Fl 'lf 51.5 lx .gg I .,,, ill l nj l 3., E52 .,, la N. :L ll l I, lr' was .,. ,mf I M I, ,., li .I I l. 'I l T H il I I il lil illm my Il. E. li- nf'-ng? R.: ,, 'If ,.. 1, . ,. -A time TCfi'xL'I'34i5Af.x " .4 Q A,x. A A - Q rg fl l,l, EDWARD LINUs CARROLL AACIJ House if johnstown, N. Y. 5 l, AAQ55 fbA 5 Concordefensis C1, 25 5 Mountebanks C1, 2, 3, 45, Secretary C35, President C455 5555 Pllll0l1l2LlJl1C311S C1, 2, 35, Vice-P1'esident C355 Glee Club C2, 355 French Club C255 Classical lg Club C2, 355 Choir C2, 35. 1155 I SEPTIMUS CERCONE 503 South Ave. Schenectady, N. Y. ,ill . . iff- , LEWIS CRAWFORD CLAPP AT House 5552 New Paltz, N. Y. , 5, AT5 Track Squad C1, 255 Swimming Team C1, 2, 3, 45, Captain C355 College Union ,f I Board C25. ' I s . . . fl 1,55 LESLIE PAUL CLIFFORD AAfIJ House llw jamaica, N. Y. ' l AAfIJ5 Lacrosse Cl, 2, 355 Hockey C1, 2, 3, 45 5 Football Squad C35, Varsity Football C45. EUGENE ANDREW CoRDoNE - N.S.S.C. A Glooersville, N. Y. lil "aUa" Lacrosse C155 Interclass Lacrosse C1, 255 A.S.C.E. C3, 455 Stein Club C45. 5 ,, ROBERT VAUGHEN Cox KA House I' 5 Swampscott, M ass. L Y KA5 TKA5 OAN5 TE5 Golf Team C1, 2, 3, 45, Captain and Manager C2, 3, 455 Debating LQ Team C25, Debating Council C3, 45, PresidentgC45. lf: ,gli RALPH SCHIEMER CRoss LIDFA House TV ip Springfield, M ass. gf QFA5 "aUa" Football C2, 355 Varsity Football C455 Manager SWimming5 Editor-in- 5,155 Chief Handb0ok5 Freshman Banquet Committeeg Freshman Football5 Freshman ll Basketballg Athletic Board5 College Union Board5 Publication Board. IH- ' 3 l. ,ll CHARLES SEDGWICK CUNNINGHAM ACID House L' Cold Spring, N. Y. ' A415 Baseball Squad C155 Lacrosse Squad C2, 355 Spanish Club C355 Philomathean Literary Society C355 Assistant Business Manager La Voz de Union C355 Hockey Squad C2, 35 5 5 ,p Y. M. C. A. Cabinet 5 Press Club C15. fl, WILLIAM EDGAR DANFORTH, JR. AT House l ' ' Bnjalo, N. Y. ill AT5 Musical Clubs C1, 2, 3, 455 Radio Club C255 Physical Society C3, 45. FLOYD LESLIE DAPSON N.S.S.C. I li Little Falls, N. Y. 1, I Key and Blade Club5 E. E. Club C355 Radio Club C2, 3, 45. l MARHLON GARDNER DAPsoN . N.S.S.C. Herknner, N. Y. A , A.S.C.E.5 Key and Blade Club. :37fffQ3fif7QL,-ffQ5,lif?fffffff3iflfifleflliiifiiiifflff T'i2f2fQ2.2.QflfQi ffllQliifffff?-'ffff fi - T7 A... ... .,.,,A..,.1,....f..... ,.n..g-.v.m-...-...,.,e1,,...- .. --.V . . - -.. A X I.- . . .A-...-....-.AAs-..-4.A....-.....--........ ,.-,. .- HAHA A. 43 - - . . CHARLES ALPHONSE BOUTEILLER TFA HOUSE ' Plttsjield, Mass. ' CDFA5 Varsity Baseball C1, 2, 355 Varsity Football C2, 355 Frosh Football 5 Frosh Basket- ball 5 Sophomore Soiree Committee 5 Junior Prom Commlttee. WILLIAM ROBERT BREVVSTER. ' ATT HOUSE A Oneonta, N. Y. AIVI15 Associate Editor Handbook. RICHARD WINANS BRIGHAM 49139 HOUSG Binghamton, N. Y. fPA9Q IIJA5 Vice-Presidentg Idol Club, Vice-President5 Varsity Football Q2, 3, 455 Varsity Lacrosse C2, 35 5 Chairman Junior Prom Committee5 Class Vice-President C25 5 Freshman Football 5 Athletic Editor 1927 GARNETQ Terrace Councilg A.S.C.E.5 Audit- ing Committee. ' - ALBERT BURTON BROWN 932 Wendell Ave. . X Schenectady, N. Y. A.S.C.E.5 Varsity Football Squad C45. F CHARLES FREDERICK BRUNY AT House Zllarletta, Ohio WILLIAM FRANK BRZOSTEK h 1175 Garner Ave. Schenectady, N. Y. C. E. Club. I , - . CLARENCE ROBERT BUCKBEE EX House U ' ' Glens Falls, N. Y. . EX5 Freshman Basketball5 Varsity Basketball Squad, C355 Varsity Football Squad 13, 455 President Y. M. C. A.5 Secretary-Treasurer Interfraternity COuncil5 President DeMolay Club5 Adelphic Debating Societyg Chairman Pep Committeeg Secretary Y. M. C. A. Advisory Board 5 Frosh Peerade Committee 5 Cosmopolitan Club. CLINTON VAIL BULL AT House Bloonzflngbnrgh, N. YQ AT5 Varsity Football C45. ' A DAVID HUGHES BURR KA House Glovefrsfznllle, N. Y. KA EARL ROBERT CAIRNS ZX House Watervlvlet, N. Y. 5 EX5 Football Squad C3,455 Spanish Club5 Freshman-Sophomore Debate C25. WILFRED GILBERT CARPENTER QNE House M onticello, N. Y. GNE5 Baseball Squad C1, 255 Soccer Squad C1, 255 C. E. Club. W '- ' HK" 1- '-- 1-A --- - - ...-..,. , ... ., 1 1 i 1 1 , i 1 1 1 3 1 A 6 l k l l E l l 3 Q l 5 2 l . 4 i 5 l i y 1 a 1 l i i l , I l x 1 5 1 l 1 4 i 5 l t DEFOREs'r IRVIN GALER AUN Hguge VV est Oneonta, N. Y. 1 AHN, Associate Editor 1927 GAIZNETQ A.S.C.E., Radio Club C2, 3, 45, Masonic Club C3, 45. . HENRY EDWARD GALLOWAY , GNE House Delphi Falls, N. Y. QNIQ, Lacrosse Squad'C1, 2, 35 , Press Club C2, 35 , Assistant Business Manager Con- cordzenszs C45, .Adelphic Society, Freshman Class Stunt Committee, Freshman-SOphO- more Debate, Associate Editor La Voz de Union, Spanish Club C25, Pre-Medic Club C45. LLOYD CHARLES GARR1sON AFCI1 House Schenectady, N. Y. AFCIJ, C'onco1'dftens'lsC15, Associate Editor Hanflboolc, Secretary Spanish Club, Philo- mathean Society, La Voz de Union Board. JOHN GIBSON TRUAX GILMOUR E112 Place , Schenectady, N. Y. ECP, .President Classical Club, Varsity Football Squad C2, 35, Freshman Football, Varsity Hockey C1, 25, Captain C3, 45, Graduate Council, Mountebanks. , MADHU SUDEN SHANKAR GOKHALE 6 Elbert St. Schenectady, N. Y. Hindustan Club, Vice-President C35 , Cosmopolitan C25 , Vice-President C35 , President C45, Concordiensis C2, 35, Radio Club C35, E. E. Club C35, Y. M. C. A. Cabinet C2, 35, 'Secretary Foreign Students C35, Union Representative Student Volunteer Conference and International Human Relationships Forum, Transfer From University Of Bombay FREDERICK BROWER GRIM Carman Cannan, N. Y. WALTER GUSTAESON 1020 Albany St. Sjooik, Sweden E. E. Club. CLARENCE EDWARD HABER B911 House Castleton, N. Y. . BGH, Varsity Baseball C1, 2, 35, Captain-elect C35, Terrace Council, .Sophomore Soiree Committee, Junior Prom Committee, Interfraternity Council C3, 45, Basketball Squad C35, C. E. Club. GUSTAVE MILLARD HABER 149 President St. Troy, N. Y. ' Band C1, 2, 35. WILLARD GARINIER HAMPTON EX House Amsterdam, N. Y. EX, EKN, Associate Editor Handbook, Press Club, Adelphic Debating Society, E. E. Club C35. 45 ,... I 'TREES' N.,-1 t----- -. Y . -A-. f -4-L -- f- if W 'D ""Uf'Li.it.,21.:11 .,-'-iz .. -:Z"'... ..1,. -..j -A337753-l33:3'3'5 7 T' imwzirfl W V - ll.--PM Y F ww-MW Y-T-NEWT 7 DELL.-- -- . .. U I , .f L .g:.,.,.gi.u..,...-44:44 -A-we--P+'-4l?3f'm oi 'i?lfji"T'f F A -T I ITT" ''t':g-,.fi"'::3Ti:QIZ'f'i1i4L:--4 'fs-if-A A .. ' W '....... . .. lf I ll PAUL DOUGLAS DAVIS CIJA9 House ,1 I Albany, N. Y. ' -'DAQ' QA, Idol Club, Terrace Council, Freshman Football, Freshman Basketball, Varsity Football C3, 45, "aUa" C25, Freshman Peerade Commlttee, A.S.C.E. , . 1 WILLIAM SNOWDEN DEWEY i KCI, 110536 ' F M onnt Vernon, N. Y. l , Kfb, Musical Clubs C1,.2, 3, 45, Lacrosse Squad Cl, 2, 3l3 Radio Club Cl, 2, 3, 435 Tfeas' A l urcr C35, Freshman Stunt Committee. l FRANK RUDOLPH DICKINSON Kih Lodge Grantwood, N. j. Kfb, E. E. Club Q2, 3, 45. ,I . WARREN LEWIS DoTY QNE HOUSE Q A New Rochelle, N. Y. li , GNE, Soccer C15, Assistant Manager Q35, Baseball Squad Cl, 2, 35. ,I Q lg I f , CHARLES KENNETH DUBoIS GNE House Ll y. T5 1 ' Bethel, N. Y. - ,l 1 l , I A GNE, HFM, Philomathean Society, Freshman-Sophomore Debate fl, 25, Indiyidual I l f ' E Prize Q25, Taylor Lewis Honor C25, Allison-Foote Debate Q35, Student Volunteer Trip C25. I 1 .V y I MERRITT PoWELL DURKEE NIIT' House Glens Falls, N. Y. A NPT, Idol Club, Football Squad C2, 3, 45, Freshman Football EUGENE lVlORSE FERRY Old Gym Dorm. gl I Englewood, N. j. P Q ,o. Club 423, vice-President C35, Radio Club qz, 3, 43. i l ROSWELL EMERSON FISHER , fIJI'A House Port Chester, N. Y. ' QDFA, Manager Varsity Basketball, Varsity Tennis Cl, 25, Captain C35, Physical Society 1 C3, 45, Radio Club C15. , la ' l 1: i GEORGE EDWARD FOSTER, IH. GNE House i 5, 1 ,g I N ew Y ork City 1 l A 9N.E, IIAE, Concorrliensis C 1, 25, Associate Editor I35, News Editor C45, Associate - f 1, Editor 1927 GARNETQ Associate Editor Handbook, Associate Editor La Voz de Union, , A Press Club Cl, 2, 35, Personals Editor C2, 35, Adelphic Society, Mountebanks, Spanish. ' A ' if Club, Class Secretary C25. I A N fl V al 3 ii li l I yi I CHARLES DAVID FRIER U 115 Collins St. I' QM Scotza, N. Y. 1 f ll . ls I' l ' 2 H ' E' Y I ll ,lb JACOB FRUMKIN . fl , ,, H, 1112A House I M gala Schenectady, N. Y. li, CIDEA, 1927 GARNET Board, Pre-Medic Club, German Club. lil 1, il fl ' Saw M ix qs il il ls 5,5 ,K 2 li ily. I l , I' - l 'U l X54 ' , :gli 'is l -' i,f' 1' . I1- l' 3"l ll 1 x' 'L A lu 'I -5:1 if ' 'I , . .f l el fl 751 l Y! I 'i 44 ire 'O its i I n -M.. N494 A -W -rl lr QD it 5' , . 5 .. f.iQ53y2lf,R im? ...gli 1 , if ..,A,, . 5 A . ,I 1 I' U I 17.5 li - S i ' ll. Il lei? li 1 . .. Us 35 REMsEN JOHNSON, JR. AACIJ House C Brooklyn, N. Y. . 5,5 AAQ155 KBCIJ5 Tiger's Eye5 Manager Varsity FOotball5 Mountebanks C 1, 2, 3, 455 1927 it GARNET Board5 Y. M. C. A. Cabinet C2, 355 Scrap Leader C1, 255 Chairman Get To- . ll l gethers C355 Sophomore Oratoricalsg Cosmopolitan Club C2, 3, 455 Freshman Banquet 5.55351 COIHITIILLBGQ Sophomore Soiree Committee. . 311 lwigl uf. IC J! ISRAEL LoUIs KATZ KN House 5 New York City I ' I I if KN5 Varsity Soccer Squad C355 Coricorclierisis C355 Taylor Lewis Honor C35. lil . . ,sill 2"s . il-I . HAROLD VINCENT LAMBERSON EX House 15, Y , 5 I 55 Albany, N. Y. 55 lil Il: Q . EX5 Adelphic Debating Society. fi! 5 3 i 1 5 JOHN HAROLD LARRABEE ZX House lw ifl Rome, N. Y. 5 5 li xx, Pre-Medic Club. ef gl I A . lu .5 KARGES EDWARD LAUTERBACH QAX House I. I ll P ll Rochester, N. Y. ' QAX5 Varsity Lacrosse Squad C2, 355 Varsity Football Squad C35, Varsity Football 5 l 1 Team C455 Interfraternity Council. ' I L C . lll LEONARD LEVERENZ AIYD House ll Schenectady, N. Y. lll I l 111.1 I ill lj .5 AI'fIv5 Varsity Lacrosse' Squad C2, 355 Spanish Club5 DeMolay Club. 2 ' ' l All HERBERT WILLIAM LIND AHN House 55545 Brooklyn, N. Y. 5 lil 5. .. 1 C A1INg A.S.C.E. A I., A .. 1" 5345 wg' WINTHROP ALVIN MAOMASTER CIDFA House W ' Arnherst, M ass. fIDI'A 5 Manager Varsity Baseball 5 Concordiensis5C1, 2, 355 Associate Editor C355 Physical 3 Society5 Philomathean Debating Societyg Radio Club5 Joseph Henry Honor C15. ll HERBERT IRWIN MARKFIELD KN House lg 5 New York City , KN5 Freshman Basketball5 Concordiensis C155 Philomathean Debating SOciety5 1927 ll ir GARNET Board 5 Varsity Basketball Squad C45. I ll l 1 HAROLD LoUIs MARKSON 1204 Union St. Wi ,lj Kingston, N. Y. T All Concordiensis C1, 25, Associate Editor C355 Press Club C15. if iii Il . iq X WILLIAM FRANK MARQUET EX House A 1 C A New York City A W EX5 Junior Orator5 Adelphic Debating SOciety5 Varsity Debating. l ll EARL STALEY MARTIN AT House IH, Schenectady, N. Y. ,C A1-5 Musical Clubs C1, 2, 3, 455 ohoir 41, 2, 3, 45. fl' llii.il......................-...s..y........-......i........-.. -,-.. -.----A-m-----:3:5-e-'s-3V- --we 3 it ,VL-:wwwrjjml,jp,,3l113gg,1glL,g,L:,,,.,,g,:7:g1'j,,,qmiglliiiiiiiiii?22122332712.lf3l-llig3lif:f"-3-'A-l'33i7fffl'iii33:3::"'i-i 3' 47 1 l - - .... Q . A WHY H W N ,..-,.-.,,,aan-.-Safe:-.:::--xv- A--' "1" ' "3" V ' ' , ,Y- WALLACE NELSON HARPELL , 94X HQUSE Whitestone, L. I. SAX, Associate Editor Handbook, Soccer Squad Cl, 25, Varsity Soccer C35. CHARLES GREENE HASKELL - n AXA House Whaehazz, N. Y., C AXA, Concordiensis, Associate Editor C35, Editor-in-Chief C45, '1927 GARNET Board, C35 , Frosh Peerade Committee C35, Frosh Banquet Committee, Transfer from Rensse- laer Polytechnic Institute. ERXVIN AUGUST HECK 1479 Parkwood Blvd. Schenectady, N. Y. . EX, "aUa" Track C15 , Varsity Football C3, 45, Junior Prom Committee, Freshman Banquet Committee, President German Club C45. I SAMUEL MOODIE HESSON - QNE HGHSG Watervliet, N. Y. GNE, Freshman-Sophomore Debate C1, 25, Allison-Foote Debate C1, 25 , Philomathean Society Cl, 2, 35, Classical Club, Junior Banquet Committee, .Sophomore Debating Committee, Associate Member Tau Kappa Alpha, Taylor Lewis Honor C25. ANTHONY ROBERT HIGHES I 4 Madison St. Schenectady, N. Y. C. E. Club. i ROBERT GIBSON HOEHN S u ' KA Lodge 5 New York City W KA, Tiger's Eye, KBQJ, Terrace Council, Freshman Football, Freshman Basketball, Freshman Stunt Committee, Sophomore Soiree Committee, Varsity Baseball C1, 2, 35, Basketball Squad C2, 35, Varsity Football C45, Varsity Football Squad C2, 35, 1927 ,g1iAHNETcBCg'J.I'ClQ Tie for Middleweight and Heavyweight Boxing Championships of fo ege 2, 5. T. TIAROLD LOOMIS HOLMES 'AXA House Syracuse, N. Y. AXA, Track Squad C1-, 25, Cross-Country Squad C35. I JAMES LEE HOXIE XXII Lodge ' St. Louis, Mo. 4 U Xilf, Tiger's Eye, Varsity Lacrosse C2, 35, Varsity Football Squad C3, 45, Mountebanks C35, Senior Program Committee. EDXVARD lVlAXXVELL IVERSON 11 Forest Rd.. Schenectady, N. Y. Masonic Club. COLE ESKER JOHNSON AXA House , Red Bank, N. j. AXA, Freshman Football, Varsit T kC2 ,V 't T- kS d 4 ' ' - Country C2, 45 , Captain-Elect C35 Cli1b.MS1 y me qua C D, Varslty Cross l Mm, mmm mm- g g l 46 ii- 534, 'il itz i x W R i 1 1. C. li r . . ,I if-Yngfiirvqlbgz Ut: 5 I' 5, E., 1 :f ,E WARREN LYON NELSON 5 171 Nott Terrace 5222 Schenectady, N. Y. GNE5 Varsity Football Squad C2, 35, Varsity Football C455 Freshman Football 5 Varsity Qi, Baseball Squad C1, 25. Q 3 il, JOSEPH PATRICK O,CONNELL 605 Lenox Rd. Schenectady, N. Y. tl JAMES MARSIIALL 0'NEIL AXA House RQ., Q Ilrjon, N. Y. U55 AXA5 Varsity Basketball C1, 2, 35, Captain C455 Varsity Baseball Cl, 2, 355 Varsity Football Squad C2, 3, 455 Freshman Football5 Freshman Basketball5 Class President . 3.52 C255 Banquet Committee C35. ' HERBERT NEWELL GTIS ' GNE House , Platzfsbnrg, N. Y. A QNE5 TKA5 Physical Society C3, 455 Chemical Society C 3, 455 Allison-Foote C2, 3, 455 fl, Freshman-Sophomore Debate C255 Sophomore Cratoricals, First Prize C255 Junior 5 fi Q Orator1calS5 Adelphic Society. A ' , if . A ,J WILLIAM MAN PARKHURST - KA Lodge f Albany, N. Y. I A A KA5 KBKID 5 Tiger's Eye5 Interfraternity Council 5 Swimming Team Cl, 2, 3, 45, Captain C45. il ii VERNON DUBOIS PENNER KID Lodge A Cedar Grave, N. j. KQIJ5 Varsity Swimming Squad5 Concordiensis Cl, 2, 35, Business Manager C455 E. E. Club. FRANCIS JOHN POWERS AFCIJ House H ly Schenectady, N. Y. 5 AIHI15 Allison-Foote Debate C2, 35 5 Freshman-Sophomore Debate C25 5 Radio Club C1., 2, 355 Adelphic Debating Society. l GEORGE ROBERT PRATT AT House A H erkirner, N. Y. 5 Ii ' AT5 KBfID5 Tiger's Eye5 Varsity Football C3, 455 Varsity Lacrosse Cl, 255 Freshman 5 5 Football5 Class President C155 Terrace Council, Pres1dent5. Chairman Sophomore A A Soiree Committee5 Editor-in-Chief 1927 GARNETQ Publication Board C355 Frosh Peerade Committee C355 Banquet Committee C15. HAROLD ANTHONY ROOT 9 Mynderse St. Schenectady, N. Y. Spanish Club 5 Adelphic Debating Society. EDWARD HUNTER Ross ' Qld Gym Dorm- M cant Vernon, N. Y. Varsity Football Squad C255 Soccer C1, 355 Fencing C2, 35. GEORGE LUDLOW RYON, Il u Xi' Lodge 'POMghk66j?SZ6, N. Y. XKI15 . Idol Club5 Frosh Peerade Committee5 Freshman Football5 Varsity Football Squad C2, 35, Varsity Football C455 Varsity Lacrosse C1, 35 5 Director Class Athletics C15 5 Swimming Squad C45. ni H A 4 ' 5 'iiiii 1'-"-'--------em--me----W - - 1-if '-r" S M 5 "" ' 'r"":511i7""J"""':::11:i"'1- f- -f,L-fxii"-".::"'iti-::.':' ' '.::i:::4:f::1:r"55".5,'::.:t:t:T1""""",:.1g1:g::::.. 49 , fsffsg 1 W4.g.,..1.,L---....--m1:gr: p4Fi?5fl.--ifiS2512"""" .- P22271--l"1T?.-if .-., .,.--3512-:'f' 1- "' :HAROLD THEODORE NIASER 113 Park Place Schenectady, N. Y. Musical Clubs, Y. M. C. A. Cabinet, Concord'tens'1ls C35, Cosmopolitan Club, E. E. Club Transfer from R. P. I. C35. A I g ' x KENNETH GEBHART MAYBE AXA HOUSG Narrowsbnrg, N. Y. AXA, Varsity Basketball C3, 45, Varsity Baseball C2, 35, Freshman Football, Freshman Basketball, English Club, Junior Prom Committee, Class Treasurer C35, Interfra- tcrnity Council, Chairman Senior Banquet Committee. T1-IoMAs PATRICK JOSEPH MOLAUGHLIN IPAQ House Troy, N. Y. FDAG, Varsity Track Cl, 2, 35, Captain C45, Vice-president Adelphic Debating Society, President Pi Gamma Mu, Mountebanks C35, 1927 GARNET Board. DONALD LEWIS MILLHAM I ' KID Lodge Scotia, N. Y. KfIv,, Varsity Basketball Squad C2, 3, 45, Freshman Basketball, 1927 GARNET Board, Concordiensis Q1, 25, Press Club Q2, 35. BERNARD IRVING MINTZER Old Gym Dorm. Poughkeepsie, N. Y. ZBT, Concordiensis. ELLIOT SHEFFIELD MOORE 522 Lenox Rd. Schenectady, N. Y. E. E. Club. LESTER TURNER MOs'rON GNE House North Creek, N. Y. I EJNIQ, M. rgabinct, Cosmopolitan Club, Associate Editor Handbook, Taylor- lewis Onort , ..,. . . BRUCE ANDREW NIULQUEEN ECIJ Place Sao Paulo, Brazil SKID, KBGD, OAN, Idol Club , Terrace Council, Varsity Football Q2, 3, 45, Varsity Hockey Cl, 25, Captain Q2J, Varsity Lacrosse Cl, 2, 35, Cosmopolitan Club, E. E. Club, Cla-ss Treasurer Q45, Class.VIce-President C35, Business Manager 1927 GARNETQ Publi- cation Board, Press Club Q 15, Pi Delta Epsilon. THOMAS MUNRO S,S,N,C, Ridgejield Park, N. j. Commons Club, Varsity Cross-Country Squad, Y. M. C. A. Cabinet, Radio Club. VVILLIAM SENNETT MURPHY 10 Chestnut St, Schenectady, N. Y. HAROLD ARTHUR NADEAU LIJFA House Crown Point, N. Y. QDPA, Varsity Cross-Countr C2, 3, 4, V. 't T k 2, 3 ' C11 R d-h Javelin, Band C1, 2, 35, Meuirager C35. D arsl y mc C D, O egg ecor Older I I 48 3 . mf. Lf Fi w 2 2 l l v iz 11 1 I 1 Lf' .il we 39 av sz: Q E zz 5 R R Q ff ' A I as 9 : C' r' : U so Z 5+ cn UQ we 2. F1 SE H :f r :U if 5 Fr H as Ig fe ps 92. gs A r "' A4 ff rt B rg " ? gg 1--I 5 O gl 'P +11 :J E. 3 . O :S S+ 9, L' U w F5 ,Qi 3 ff Q cm 5 CU Z?"- V S 22 S , in Q' Us 'QQ 43.4. 3 f-s Q f'.A7ri5f Wo? A S . I Q. vw 5 Q if D M' 2 2 Q' es 5 rs ff 1 5, D S K 1: 1. E U14 CD Q H c m o- s if S S O A C? fi 'U -- 3 A. fi E '11 S bfi g1 lb jj 'E' E. 3 35 F C5 O v- Q 51 53? cn ca I P , 5 Club. l 11, I , I Iv- vu H. li I: 5 . 1,1 ,, 4 . i l I Vi 3 It 3' 2 ,I 3 CORNELIUS CRANE TOZER AT House lui ' Newport, R. I. 1 I-I AT, Cheer-leader C45. n 15 All CHARLES STUART TRACY - I CIDAQ House ,LI ' Amsterdam, N. Y. . it 1 QIDAG, OAN, Freshman Basketball, Sophomore Banquet Committee, Manager Tennis A l ll I, Q45, Press Club C2, 35, Bachelors' Club. GORDON PHILIP TRIPP . N.S.S.C. East Orange, N. j. A Track Squad C25, Football Squad C3, 45, Soccer Team C15, Lacrosse Squad C25. 1 .3 I GEORGE LIPPINCOTT VAN CURAN V B911 House E Fairport, N. Y. 5, BGII, Baseball Squad Cl, 35, Freshman Basketball, English Club, Classical Club, Press Club, Vice-President, Chairman Cap and Gown Committee. S Hifi 5 Nil' 1 if M STUART LANSING VAN DERZEE SAX House ' . Delmar, N. Y. f SAX, 1927 GARNET Board. 4' ,, V, li WILLIAM HENRY VAN TASSEL , AFCID House ,' l j - Tarrytown, N. Y. lt' AFKIJ, E. E. Club Cl, 25, Radio Club Cl, 2, 35, Campus Lighting. i , ROBERT CHRISTOPHER WALLACE AT House it A H erkfimer, N. Y. AT, Freshman Football, Varsity Football Squad C25, Varsity Track Squad C15, Spanish Club 125. l WILLIAM NICHOLAS WANMER 15 Go1fAve. , Schenectady, N. Y. H , f Varsity Cross-Country C2, 3, 45, Interfraternity Basketball C35, Interfraternity Baseball l C2, 35, Interclass Boxing Cl, 35. I I 5 l CHARLES NEWTON WATERSTREET MSN-C. I I fl Amsterdam, N. Y. q Band C2, 3, 45, E. E. Club C3, 45, Radio Club Cl, 25, Commons Club C2, 3, 45. l it ff ' il lu 1: I lf F I l sl 1 . I I 1 13 1 ,Q I . i i . E if I l 5 F V I Ky, H--4-"A "'r.':.:'.,t:: "',, 'N' ""' '21fL'Iflff.f"'"L'211.i.f1TZ7Ql,gQAW,1f..JLf1Zl1lIQfI1.'fIlfILf1Tlf2fA""''M " "" "g:f::: ::7:::::i.::::t::g:z4-ggt'::-i'..g:ZT 51 I I I My Nr g I I U , XsQ-.,.,-,a . - W 3 A Il i -uv l F, A . I IRv'ING SADGSKY 708 Westover Place 5 Schenectady, N. Y. C. E. Club. JOHN FREDERICK SCHNEIDER ' . NOTH1 CO1O11113de Fulton, N. Y. Commons Club, C. E. Club, Adelphic Debating Society, Secretary and Treasurer C25, F rosh Peerade Committee, A. S. C. E., Baseball Squad C25. 5 HERLIAN SHULMAN KN HOUSE I I Schenectady, N. Y. KN, Musical Clubs C1, 2, 35, Leader of Instrumental Club C45 , Mountebanks, Garnet . Coblins C1, 2, 3, 45 , Band C3, 45 , German Club, Spanish Club, Assistant Song Leader ' C35, Pre-Medic Club. i I JAMES REUBEN SIMPSON AT House ' Liberty, N. Y. I I? AT, Musical Clubs C1, 25, Assistant C35 , Concordflensts C2, 35 , Class Song Committee, , Interfraternity Council, College Quartet C35. ii WIIILIAM BENNETT SKANE ' XNP Lodge g - Glens Falls, N. Y. XXII, KBKI1, OAN, Idol Club, Freshman Football, Freshman Basketball, Sophomore Soiree Committee, 'Varsity Football C2, 3. 45, Captain C45' Varsity Basketball C2, 3, 45, Varsity Track C35 , President Senlor Class ,I President Studi-int Body C45 , Terrace Council . S' HUGH JOSEPH SLATTERY . fI1A9 House , . Albany, N. Y. , fbA9, Football Squad C2, 3, 45 , Freshman Football, Manager Swimming C35 , Varsity ,fa I Hockey Cl, 2, 3, 45, Lacrosse Squad C35 , Bachelors' Club. 3 I NATHAN CoRL1ss SOUTHXVORTH Y ACID House l , lllaryland, N. Y. I . Adv, Idol Club, Musical Clubs. .5 ' LEO NVINSTON SPIRA . , KN House, Schenectady, N. Y. KN, Varsity Track S-quad C 1, 2, 3, 45 , Varsity Indoor Relay Team C1, 2, 35, Penn ' Relay Team Cl, 25, Junior Banquet Committee, Chairman, Sophomore Soiree Com- mittee, Adelphia DGl3H.f1HgSOClatj7j Concordtensts F ' Cl . 'I C , encer s ub C2. 35, Spanish Club g C25, Press Club C35, lnterclass Track Team C1, 2, 35, Cross-Country Squad C35. . ' I V ' QM FRANCIS LANSING STEBBINS, JR. , Emp Placg I Geneva, N. Y. EQ, KBCIJ, Idol Club, Press Club C15, Associate Editor 1927 GARNET C35. l RONALD BRUCE STEEVE g S CNE House ' ' Albany, N. Y. pp q GNE, Radio Club C15, Adelphic Debating Society, DeMolay Club, Secretary C35. r I . , I . 4 , . '. 'e . l. ni-V . ..f. .. ,LLL - - I 1 5, .- -W-I, .... -...,.- ..... I-.. . ,..,:L1ti,Iji::-1:11-f '-ff-4-----f---A-f-W "-- M-A -U ' M' ' l l-lA.:Ql'fl1.Tl,.'llT-Tllfllfiiiilll " " """'"r'1:,w'j:Qji-1'j-1:-:L--5:5--L-L-I---i----Q-----f-------N' - -e------ 7.---. ,.,...,i. . M . ...W ,. 'I 5 O -----w- M W.-f sff- f --f-W..-...,.., -I..L.q.. 4. .Q...'IJ..l .L ' ' 4 M Y . ...I ...L ...as .-.,-....,..L..........A-...a.....,..,.L.. . fIaL-..A h'f313'A " "" 'A "'M'4""""x" F .. .-....l aq..4.Q.,L......, f.m.vm I IEE-,QII , I J I f' Q I I I IfIIjQ'K.'?'3' 2' Ix w 5 . I I I I I . 1 3 I I I I . I I I 1 I I e 5 s I I I I I I I 1 I I II I I I I I I I I I II ,I . 1 I I I I I I c I I I i 1 'El' Z if Zuninrs GLEN WELLs 1493 Rugby Rd. Schenectady, N. Y. M ountebanks. ' , . 'X ' ELMER VEEDER VVEMPLE 1I'T House Sangertzfes, N. Y. WPT, Junior Banquet Committee 3 Idol Club, C. E. Club. 3 CHARLES NVILDE 207 Brandywine Ave. t Schenectady, N. Y. Interclass Fencing C355 Fencers' Club Q3, 455 Secretary Treasurer C-15. KENNETH WILLIAMS AIJAQ House - Schenectady, N. Y. ' QAO, Varsity Baseball Squad Cl, 2, 35. PAUL WILLIAMS 3 Carman Carman, N. Y. josEP1-1 AUSTIN WYATT, JR. CIJZK House Hempstead, N. Y. , KDZIK, Varsity Football Squad C255 Freshman Football. RUDOLPH T1-1oMAs ZEGLEN 765 Eastern Ave, Schenectady, N. Y. NELSON REESE ZEITLER N,S,S,C, Albany, N. Y. Pre-Medic Club. 'ss 1114 Eiiigtygg ao? N xi l P 1 l 52 ,..--.-.-L...L -W ...Q-1-ig. i fl ill , Q .i ill' S 151.1 Wi 1, .ll l fi 1 fl i 1. l 4 , .. LT :iii sit: V!! if 1 fi. 1 ug "ll Wir :fr xii, lit? , . gil- ,. sis: 2 5 ilu ,. lull ill? li, EEN Ml llii jing lla? iff Nil gilt? ii Er! . fy W j,l Ili ill gfpl 4 I 1 Hi i i f, is l . Li' Il l. all Ill! it E p. vt Iglg. gli I 1 ' r . 4, '1 Wa. .I V M i". Wil. iii: .4 ll Ili l 1,1 l l l we rw' iff - f . W- -. , . 'Xi 1l3xgfdryx1l?.iA1 '51 if unior Class History HE Class of 1928 passed down the line at the office on the much feared 13th of September, 1924. But all our fears were dispersed when Doc Bruce, who entered Union in our class passed down a long line at the Freshman reception. He is still passing down the same line, but our fears are returning. The line has been used again and again and shows no signs of weakening, although it seems strong enough to support only the Freshmen at any one time. We had an undefeated freshman football team and a winning basketball team. By spring our men were taking their places on the varsity track, baseball, and lacrosse teams as well as the other sports. We have continued to furnish brilliant material for stellar Union teams and next year we hopeour athletes can guide Garnet teams to successful seasons. Our Soiree surpassed all its predecessors and we have been told that it will be difficult to excel. Our Prom, we know, will be the crowning social event of our four years. Scholarship comes last in this history, not because it is last in the aspirations and achievements of our class, but because our course is ever upward and even in chronologizing our glories we must reach the peak at the end and never retrogress. Our scholarship has been worthy of the high standards of our Alma Mater. A few of our freshman classmates couldn't take advantage of the last semester of the "honor system" and now grace the rolls of '29 or ,30 or are content to face the world as ex-'28 I We believe that our happiest and most useful year at old Union remains before us. We look forward to it with all hope and our motto shall be "Excelsior", Class H isioricm ................-.....,......ia......-..,...,.,,........-. .,....,...,.,...,,. ....... .,..-.........-,.......- . ,. ...... . ...,..- ..... ..,,...,..,.....,---.-,-.......,---........,...--..... .-.. ,..--,- - ...W num. -.h.........-5 ....,.,...-.,.,t.:.:: if -....,.......1::A.:::l:T -1-3.2.-L 1' . --.....................-. -'...,..,A,......,,.,.-.,..,,--. .. .,.... f..-,....i ,,.,,.. .. . . .... - ..-.i...-.,..s-..r..,. ..,... --- ,n ,, .2 . - r ,.....-,-.,..., ...m....,..,.- .A.-...-.. ..-A M... ,.,r ...nm 1----r---V-----E-M--.--.,-H Ai... 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Eflvg QJAQ Tiger's Eyeg OANQ Freshman Footballg Freshman Basketballg 5 Freshman Banquet Committee 3 Varsity Football C2, 35, Captain-elect C355 Varsity La- crosse Cl, 25 3 Hockey Squad C255 Sophomore Soiree Com- mitteeg Class Vice-President C355 Tayler Lewis Honor C25 5 Editor-in-Chief 1928 GARNE'1'g Interfraternity Coun- eil C353 Publication Board C355 Y. M. C. A. Cabinet 1, 2, 35. . RoY'fELL1s Ansrfr R. F. D. 2 Mechanicsville, N. Y. T--- s l 5 l 2 E 1 e i . 5 E l E I l l 57 -IP -Q.: Gb THE JUNIOR CLASS 1 w , : k f I 7 r 5 W I r 4 X. iv fn H,- 1 1 ! V w r K f l 1 i 1 1 v , 1 I ' n E Y . l E I 1 6 E gi X, a L Ei Q, JE A 2 i A --.V --..-M.,,, ..- ,.,.., W .m.,-...,----.,m-- ...,.H-.,...,,..W.........:i5 - ,wma---M ---'--A- 'A ' ---4"-" ---w---f'f----- :E 11 ml 4 n Q-ev-an --1-warm Em. . ff U. Q., , ll? fig ill ng llsll Ms: ll? ENE lxjsx lit llzl lg' H Vg lfl 1,52 lil Wi .lil ill l-1 lf I 1 :ll rl 111' W5 wil xl il., All M' Ml 'mm lip fl ull All fl 'RI' il l-1 wa! l I llll All .l. Ill- wg: W 'll Q. , l ln i . 1. l i , l ,xl l L 4 n E l 3 .!.,,.-.f' q PERRY lVlASON BEST Old Gym Dorm A M ofnson, M ass. Clee Clubg Instrumental Clubg Bandg Track Squad Q15 5 Commons Club. A f CHARLES EMORY BETTS 12 Rawson Street Albany, N. Y. ' Pre-Medic Club. EARL MILTON BIGSBEE 130 Mill Street . Schenectady, N. Y. ll 1 A- -..N - - M. -.,.., -,-A -.-.-----V-V+ 1- l e -f-f f. f f M f -- -9-fb HW ff, - 'ff H-f-f-M---MeN-MA----T-:',0f-'A"'j'T 'jj"ij?T'T.'.iIl..MT..-.ut.-fJ.m--yu----A-If-Q---L S-ff:-fu--'-"1-"L ' xf: I J' ' ' """""' " --,,,g. , ,,,,,,,,,-,,, , W., . ,,.,,,....,. ,...- .- ...mf-V.-H.-A..f,-Mx,-A-AA-S--A-A-K --' M ... ........,.......,.---------- g 5 7 ,E l 1 l 3 Z Z 2 r E 5 r 1 . I I l . 1 l Y 1 l ----v-MS-fl?----gigfgffgfi-,g7,i-iifigf,mari::t::::f:1::::::::i:Tiitiiiivik-1213?-TiifiliflfiiliiA3353-7e733f3T:43:7-llZ"m""K"'LW"" "A4 """""W""x"' .,.. . L... ...YH .L..L.v...-. . A.....1..,....l.,..,l,..,-,-.,-.A,...--.,..,,..,. A ,..........4...,L.,....-.,.-...i. -V A A -1 59 ss.. H 4 in ' jigij 1, 'i' ' " Yi 'V "N . .. A' 1 FROHMAN ANDERSON 6 Douglas Road Detroit, Mich. . 1 . 2 g HAROLD IRVING BAUMES Kfb Lodge 4 Rock City Falls, N. Y. Kring Philomatheansg C315 French Club, President C333 Art Editor 1928 GARNET. 5 , I EDYVARD RRo BENNET AFCIJ House Ufilliamsoii, N. Y. - Amr - i f if Q i I ,f M I -----ff --- .- -- - ... - vin- i YM -.uux--.Wxk-V--hr...-nv-H-L'---.N -58 bei!-E fQL1mf,..:e1-uspgfnaum-me f f 1 f I E l l L l s l Y . 2 1 1 CALVIN SANFORD BORTHVVICK EX Housef EXg- Baseball Squad CU, Press Club 3 Adelphic Debating Society, American Society Civil Engineers. ,A 2i'ff',,45il, f A, 1 L' i 1 ,l -, ,F A . ht sbslnviqvts VY A Y r r I9 W, Cornwczllville, N. Y. HENRY SEARS BROWN, JR. CDFA House 1ivI'Ag Associate Member A.S.C.E.5 Athletic Editor 1928 Q GARNET. RAYMOND GARRETT BRIGGS y EX House johnstown, N. Y. h EX, Assistant Business Manager Ooncorcliensisg Asso- ciate Editor 1928 GARNETQ Football Squad C2jg Track Squad CID, Soccer Team Cl, 2, 33, Secretary Press Club C2, 355 Adelphic Debating Society Cl, 2, 315 De Molay Club C2, 355 American Society Civil Engineers, French Club C305 Radio Club C2, 32. West Bloomfield, N. Y. l 1 l 1 l l 1 M1 1 ,, ,,,, ,N ., .... ., ...,.,-,.iw-.--K.me-M--M-2--VV'-My--mff-Ae-A'-1f-41::f-'-'1q:1g3zg..:gL14::::L.4: 1 l l, ,t,.,,,,,,,.a,., .,,, ,, MW- ,.., ...-,.,.u..N,--.,,,.,,m.u...-. ..-...',..-M-.-------'A -A-x--,--'-- ' -r -4-' f ---f--ZQJJAQ-wmv! ,,k' N ,A vw,,,,,,,,-,,,1aAL.,..,.A -..e...'-1-M -- Q-Q-Q--Y-ff-H----W-A-Aw--f H-A-'-'S'-"A" YH Y- -:AI ll ' Q!" ""'TI7'A7f'-If"'h'537ifii3'773lf7fi73333zTiimifwM-M-fyvigiigzfi''::1i::::"::::i3:zxfxtrgziiiliifi.:if:1:::,L:.. . . ..'i'1.-:gr::,ii:g:::A:,m .:-...W A k W AAMNM,,,,,rM,,.,,,N,,,,,,,.,,., ..,, -.-,... ..., ,..., ....- . .. -.1.s -. VH'----f----1-'4-'A--MS--M-5-'A '-"W L,,,,,,.,,,,,,o,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,.,,..- . ,.,, .,...,, ...N M .....,-M.-.H ---- V- . ...- ----- - "'-s -'rwlgi V V .,....,, Y... Y -- -f--ff--Y'----1 f-Af Y" "W 7 61 ..., X 1 H M0 W A ,Ef?QW:g- V h, .L 51 A V , .. JAMES KENT BLAIR K ECP Place P0rtDick1Qns0n, N. Y. Efbg KBQD, Tiger's Eye, Glee Club Cl, 23, Instrumental Club Cl, 23, Garnet Croblins Cl, 25, Press Club Cljg Band QI, 21. - f...,m,. A GEORGE WILLIAM BLAIR NPT House Rochester, N. Y. ' APT, Press Club, Cosmopolitan Club, Spanish Club' Golf Team C1, 2, 313 Swimming Team fl, 2, 355 Fresh- man Football Squad, Wrestling Championships C lj. RICHARD BLANCI-IARD 157 Helderburg Ave. Schenectady, N. Y. l W W I 60 7 l 1 1 Aix, it F41 ' K . I 1 1 , 1 'K LI ' fd ,,? ' wf 1- li 111 A ill? lil? 1,1 3,51 1'f 1121 git EI HH elf sl 2255 ws gl FQEQ 5511 415 U11 1551 l 1 1, . I ' 1E 111 1511 ll 2111 I llii THOMAS JAMES BURKE 183 Nott Terrace ki 5 S Oswego N. Y. ill? I 1 ' . 11 1l L MN Aj: ' 1 I l 1 1 1 M if Y 211 3i .V I vi 1 1 1! li - ala 1 1 1155 H ll ' 1 Wil 1 Ifia "' 1.11 .1 1 1' 1 1 1 1 1 1 I 'img I1, 1 1 '11 HY! llii QW QH11 Z1 V1 il ' ll il ' I 141 -1'11 :V 1 ,1 1 'Q 2, 11 11 11 11, if 1 3 1 lx 1 ' bw 1 Ilif PHILIP SMITH BURNHAM 1349 Myron Street 1111 Schenectady, N. Y. 11 1 i Musical Clubs Cl, 2, 353 Choir C2, 355 Sophomore Banquet 11 Committeeg American Society Civil Engineersg Hockey fill Squad CZD. 51, 1' . iw. 1- 11 111 l 53111 I' L1 1 111 MH 1:11 Ili! I 11 11 1351 in 9'f I '1 'Ill I ll I HH li 55131 iw lil! 1! 11 lil g 11? 1 1 1 3 I 1 i il I it 1' Il ' 111 WILLIAM JOSEPH BURNHAM, JR. ACID House ill! Ballston Spa, N. Y. 1 it 1 ll Aflvg German Clubg Pre-Medic Clubg Concordiensis Board fi i Cljg Philomathean Society. 1 1111 ill EE 1l li l ill 1 Ijg !1 A 31 1, il I fl I lf 1 il I i 1 1 i it 1 l 11 A 1, .- ..11 .1,1.1. 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HOXVARD VAN RENSELAER BRUMER 1295 Parkwood Boulevard Schenectady, N. Y. De Molay Club C2, 335 German Club 135. ARTHUR VALENTINE BUNNELL AFCIJ House Westfield, N. j. Arab -1- 1..- 1 1 1 11 I 1 1 1 1 11 111 ....--.. -....-i..........,,..,,,,,. nn.,--ww Yun-V H7774 YYY-E Ad - Y Y S Y -V - - f, -A - ----NJA... --.- .. A ,Y A -A... ..,. ......A... ..-....-...............,,.......J 1 H V V -AT: W V W Y ....-.-.. ...-..-.- ..... ..........-........A...-...A 1 ..........-,-v......... --....,.-...-. -.-.....Y .... .- . -.Y.,..,. ..,.. .. ...V ..-.. ,.....-. ..- .,...,- .... .-.. .,....,- W . .. 62 ...' . "'fFYzgrA1r' -f IIC V -We ,I I I ' I I i,,fQ?Q,q'If393f2j,3 ...Q LAURENCIQ ARTHUR COLLINS 806 Stanley Street Sclzenectczdy, N. Y. DAVID WINTERBURN DANA Scheneciady, N. Y. Radio Club Cl, 255 Chief Operator C31 CLIFFORD WALTER CONNELL ABQII House ' Tarrytown, N. Y. BGH 2 Nott Terrace 65 dgggf'-1-ggfgggggggfi g,g,,g,g,g' ,',, g:14--1:f"ig:::.'E5:'?Efg'r'5irT6?g5jnfiq?,f3Zi1'1,Iil1lliilJ7f'k''WWT7' W 3 WJ" WY, -- A... V ---- Y -L-, :ef..- Y JOHN JAMES COFFEY Peru, N. Y. FRANCIS TIMOTHY CASLIN 708 South -Avenue Schenectady, N. Y. , Transferred from Holy Cross Q31 169 Nott Terrace BERNARD JOSEPH COHEN Schenectady, N. Y. ZBT, Allison Foote Debate, Freshman-Sophomore De- bate, Sophomore Oratoricalsg Philomatheansg 1928 GARNET Board, Business Board La Voz de Union CD. ZBT, House I ll, , ' A M-r,.,-.-,er-.c-e, 1 64 ..,..,,..---.m.....-,...-.--. ll: 1 I H34 il ll 1 lfzl 15 l I ls tl ll la il. L, .I ,. l M, U1 ws 'il I: ., ll In l 1 ml 1 ,ll ll' 4 l I ll Ku Ill li ls I l ,Nl N . 4 Yffili Sm.: Q" 3' N- 3 '1 ' V lNlAXXVELL 'THOMPSON DEWEY 1314 Myron St. Schenectady, N. Y. HARRY KATER DEWITT 16 Helderberg Avenue Schenectady N. Y. ARTHUR HALSEY DICKINSON AXA House Binghanfzton, N. Y. AXAQ Musical Clubs Cl, 2, 3Dg Class Secretary C2, 333 Class Song Committee Cl, 255 Conc0rd12ensisC2D5 Asso- siate Editor 131. ----..........................,..,.. ,............,,..-.s... .,.,,,.., mn, ,. .. ...H ....-..-.,.. .,..-,, .,-....,.--.....,.....,-,..,,LL..., -....,.-,,... -IMQAY ' W-,mm ,, TfLI1,.I1":' . ,- ., Y.....-. ..,....,.v..,...... M... -.-W 67 .. ,..,...,....,,, ,.-f---,Z Y f - 4 "fic cf" ' -Y ' -A---A-, W .31,..-.. ,,.,, .....-., , Jf...q.,-.- . . . ..-.---.1g,:.'-..--.-.W-..,.,.,v.,.- . -.- N JAMES ART1-1'UR DE PUY ' Tfifalton, N. Y. fb23K5 Track Squad Q155 aUa Lacrosse C255 Baud ll, 2, 355 Assosiate Editor 1928 GARNET. .4 . ,gy ' I - A gf- ,f I." I ' 3 LE- 2 ROBERT EARL DE FRIEST B911 House Schenectady, N. Y. ' BQII C152 K House 1 LELAND GREAVES DEWEY South Lane, Campus i Schenectady, N. Y. BQH5 Van Orden Prize C155 Associate Editor Concord- iirnsis C355 Musical Clubs Cl, 2, 355 Y. M. C. A. Cabinet 12, 355 Swimming Squad C2, 355 Mountebanks C25 355 Choir C2, 35. . Y .-...f- A mx - .J fem- -hzflaaxajl,--.. 41.-.sniff-.-1 14- . gangs- V A F .... -,... ' f - - 'T' 66 L?ff'T"'?9'- -A N1 ,:,-' V .LM V, ' ffggp., , ' . x W Y V .1 Vi'x,1gigf" f - t 3 . W r if IP? Ql' lip w Mil . 'C i lr N if .1 l lv I 'A v L BRADBURY DYER, IR. fI1EK House East Berne, N. Y. fbEKg Track Squad C155 Lacrosse C15 5 Literary Editor 1923 GARNETQ Chairman Sophomore Cane Committee, Junior Prom Committee, Assistant Manager Baseball C35g Philomathean Literary Society C355 French Club C355 Tayler Lewis Honor C 1, 255 Frosh Peerade Com- mittee, Inter-Fraternity Council C35. JOSEPH HAROLD EINHORN KN House Albany, N. Y. KN, TKAg Concordiensis C1, 255 Associate Editor C355 Manager Soccer C35 g Freshman-Sophomore Debate 3 Soph- omore Banquet Committeeg Soccer Cl, 25g.Assoc1ate Editor 1928 GARNETQ Adelphic Debating Society, De- Molay C2, 35, French Club C2, 35, Press Club, Varsity Debating. ROBERT EASTERLY CIDFA House Rochester, N. Y CIJFAQ Soccer C1, 2, 35, GARNET Board C35 i ...................--....,A-.....-.ui...--...,..,....,.- ., .,...........K -.,...,...1...-.......... u..,.....a-,,.2.,....-.-,-..1.2.,...L......,........,.L,..,.---.-,,, T...q.:A.Lg:::M1l7:'.:jq-33233134331 y.............. 4-.--1........,,...... .,....... , w--.--.-..................... ........,,....... u---.-.-.........a........-,rW.f-.-w..,....-..,f...i.,...- A ....,.....,,-..- -.........w., -.--,mn .CM W, ... ..-.-. ..-...-...Um.-,,f-H-.- . .. . . M- ,..f:4,.. , -fu, iv,.,,l-J--.W-. ,f . ma. . ,-...1-.:-...-...,,.m..z.f.ff1:N,J.,x-,,,,. -.V -,f....3- 1... rv If -BQ . 4 V- " " """L1-2'-11" 1""'L ' " G9 V N. 1 K N -VY Y Y '?,,..,..,wf,,f-.T V-f , A 1 Y .d,,-,A., M..- , ,-, A, , ,AY, f , f4.d if - -.-..- -:,:,--:-.7.-, , I I 1 ' fl! E g FL' 5 545 -4 CU Q3 '- am 5 fu 4 A51 2 .HQ Q ,ww 5 0 Saw UUE -ny? 2 5 3 U fr: :-E. 3' gr? Z .fn 'N Q P-'QQ D 3, O: GO :vi CD lf: ' 2 2 fi S '3- 5 IE . cn , . 511121,n,.7""""L..' --- N '--, -,e FRANK CLAYTON DONEY 906 Crane Street Schenectady, N. Y. Pre-Medical Clubg Band Cl, 2, 35 5 Assistant Manager C355 Choir 12, 35. IVIISYER BUTLER DUNN KN House Troy, N. Y. . KNQ Transfer from Syracuse C35. 1-,, 5 5 +1 ll 's ..----V ..- .- ...........--. ......- ,...r,..,..f.,v...............................................- -.......................-.-.-4 - - Y, .1-.-.-........- .---.Q-..-..--Q-4 68 I iflri l Il I1 1 . Ky H .Y , s Q f Q we 1 ,y . ,, ,,,..,,,.-f,,f , .w.,,.Vif. V4 Y 5 , vm ii: lil! ,W 'g:g l s' if 'till w 1 l ll V .2 345 9: 5 J e l"+ li lx I s llARoLD JOHN FERGUSON 18 Catherine St. Schenectady, N. Y. .iilf J!-. Ve E Qi llig FV W' 3 gf WE s Q tis fi l N - ill: 1,1 2 F I 5, JAMES EMMET FINEGAN, JR. AT House i Brooklyn, N. Y. ,J K, ,,. E Q2 AT' Freshman Football Squad 5 Varsity Baseball S uad . 1 J . f Q il Cl, 255 Varslty Football Squad C31 glae 1 fl' 1 I , ,ll ,HQ 'll 1, all .Ill ll," all 'N W5 rl .W V JOHN KELVIN ELMER FLETCHER 22 Grove Place Sbheneciady, N. Y. Spanish Club up, La Voz de Umm 4155 o. E. Club gap. l l x i I l 41 l M 4 l - .,.l,a,. ee,.lo - -. , .-...............W.,.,...,....t-.-.......,..,fA...-...,.,.........,...,'f.,f5-anf.. .,-.-..,-..,,-. 7- - lf-f at - 1. . - -f-1:--f.f-'ew' ----P-----W dim-.-y.-M 1-,. .4 Wm we-.-.QA--V - -- '- ---'11-" 'A-' 7 ' -fA' Mgt-5-5'ii,.1,1g:'-g'5,g." :fo li u-..-..........-..,...........,.,.,-w,......v.. ,Y.. . .. .,.. A , Y .M , , . . , ,rem . V 4-rv-. 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'-EEK, Associate Editor Concordiensvls C335 TKAQ Mount- ebanksg Philomathean Literary Society, Freshman Foot- ball Squad, Varsity Football Squad C23 3 Varsity Debating C23 g Sophomore Oratoricals, First Prize. 5 A l-.- K-,-.,i,...,----.-,- ---...-- -.--..-:--A--- ---------- - AA, , A...-.....-. .. - :ll i- '--'f- - ......-..i........,,.......-,.....,......,...-,-....,...,...., ,-..... -,.,..-.. ...-,. -- -- Y------------W ---f' -'- +.,.......................-...-...A...A -,...,-... ,.,, A- ...........,.-..,-.--------- - - Y Am ,A um, ,A .,,,-, ............,. -.,.,-fm., .... fn., , A ..t. 73 l -'- 'fb- ' , ..A..-,..,,...-.........,.......-..-...........4-.....-. Y W -V ..,,....,.,.,..-,..-,...........,.v .e.-.,..-..-.J-we-1...,,....L-....w..-.. A-ne... .-,. ..-.. W ,QQ JOHN HERBERT FREE BQII House Tarrytown. N. Y. Ben WALTER JAY FRIEDERICH CIDFA House Rochester, N. Y. fI1I'Ag A.S.C.E.g Manager Track and Cross-Countryg Assistant Manager Freshman Football g Athletic Board. 40 CLIFFORD GALLOWAY 751 Eastern Avenue Vlfaterzfown N. Y. Y I I N J g -- - A. ----L---1 -f-A Q., Y -- H - V H - -- ---Y-V -- X..-f..-.1-,.w.m2,v.-...u..L..,..w.......,. L. - A- r. . f 72 Mx, 211411: .....-........,.........,. , ..., ,,..,,...v- I ew K, fag Cu.-xiuiizs VEMICRSON Gnmeomr N ew York, N. Y. H0113 Freslimaii Footballg Soiree Committeeg Assistant Mxuixiger Busketballg Chairman Junior Prom Committee. JGHN FRANCIS GRIBBON, JR. ' Bayonne, N. f1DI'Ag Freshman Basketballg Varsity Baseball Cl, 25g Junior Prom Committee. BGJH House ALLEN JACKSON GREENOUGH XXI' Lodge Q San Francisco, Cal. XXP' CIDA' Idol Club' O'ANg President Interfraternity Councilg Secretary Student Body C255 aUa Basketball C255 Track Squad C3jg Manager Freshman Basketballg Junior Prom Cornmitteeg Mountebanks C32 Assistant Manager Freshman Football CU. fI1I'A House 54...-...,...... Y-.. ,-.., .,Y, . , .....4.--,.,. ,. , .f,.,.....V,,-K ., , .. VM -- --,LWLVWY qiwvw L qw ,WT-A, , ,- ,,,. , ki.r.,.,,,.,lW ,.,. -, M, 75 A I , Y -WIW4-,M Aww, , ,,. M . . U- - L 1. ...... - ----- ...M -...., e- 1,......-,......,...........i.--.,.,,.. .............1....-.-......2.- .-a-.. ,.................L.......,....,,., ,.......... toy- -..vf Ny....,a,-- -4----'-- LOUIS DAVID GOLDBERG q CIDEA House Poughkeepsie, N. Y. fIvEAg C'onco1'd'ien.si.sg Associate Editor 1928 GARNETQ Pre- I Medic Clubg German Club. CHARLES NEIJSON GERARD, JR. AH N House f Ufoodbzzry, N. J. AHNQ Track Squad CD. ELMER DUDLEY GOODALE ZX House Vlfest Chazy, N. Y. 2X5 Lacrosse Squad Cl, 2, 353 Hockey Squad Cl, 355 Fredrick Rudolph Hassler Honorg Associate Editor Hunclboolsg Adelphic Debating Societyg Radio Club. N A l, 1 i . s 1 il, l .. . -,-..... - ,..,-..-..-,.....s.... .,--,H..-,--.,..,..,.,.,--......-., ..,.... ,...,.-.-...-.., . .--,......,...J,1 1 4 1 , ,.,., ,N ..., -, .,.,...,. . .. . -..W , -.. Au.. .... .... - .. ...-. ..-. .......,..,.,. , .S ,-. .,,.,,.,.,.. .--M .,,,,a.A.-,..-..-..,....-.h.. -,HM.... -..,..,, J 74 Ns F I ,z'?. V1 "xi, ' xii", '-' 'la ' lc . . tfi A ' il fgxilxgldzlx swim it , , I, If ' A H 1 2 in , 4 f Y 2 1 til ,ig il I 1 A ANSELM JOSEPH HANNEN KA Lodge H awfison, N. Y. KA5 Pre-Medic Clubg German Clubg Fencing. JAMES DONALD HARTNETT CIJAG House Fulton, N. Y. fme ' ' CLARK LYON HASTINGS CIQFA House Rochester, N. Y. CPFAQ Interfraternity Council C353 Businese Manager 1928 GARNETQ Publication Board C335 Class H1StO1'1311 CBJ. w li fl s 3 i 4 l l E 1 'f l l 1 I V r 1, I ll ,X , il i ii ' W U 77 -5, I A f 1 M, latte 1 ' f W f' f' 1' 1 ! X GEORGE FREDERICK GRUPE 627 Chapel Street Schenectady, N. Y. JOHN STANLEY HADAALA North Colonnade ,P 2 Adams, Zllass. 7 JAMES! EVIARTIN HANLEY, JR. BGII House Mandan, N. D. B911 3 Football Squad C3j. - ----- -A V--. M-.- --fn----.N - ,A -M..-.-.A ...--.-n-.-.---........--........,......,t-..,..,...-...........,....V......,,,4..,,..,..-,.........,,...-,....A.....:..-...-1 76 ,As ,WE 3-Yi? . W . gh I 4-' Q. J 'H - y, -N I Q.. . Na' . ,W , 4, fs, I , lf CLif:M1QN'r LONG l9lENSHANV Scherzectczdy, N. Y. KA, Y. M. C. A. Cabinet CZ, 3Dg Musical Clubs CZ, ISD, Charles P. Stcinnietz Honor, James Henry Turnbull Prize MJ, Physical Society C355 Associate Editor 1928 GARNETQ Choir C2, 35. DONALD JOHN HORN 20 Glenwood Street Albany, N. Y. v. . . KA Lodge HOWARD LERoY HILLAS Afb House Union City, N. j. ACP, Mountebanksg Philomatheansg German Clubg French Club 5 Pre-Medic Club. 79 'C A 3 u,fZ::w43z:1::i:t:':?i1 ei... QQ ., We germ' ' - ,Z V --.,--'.L.-f--1,-Q...--..-Y-L..-...f at.:----44..Q....-Y -. v.:-a-,QAf- ,..... ...........-i,....-...-......,.................--,..4.A1.,........,..v...............,.......,.1m....-... ----V V -b----H - - fr- A - - - -- - - 1----H - AA --- '-- '1 'H' ' ' ' ' ' WHY' -.- - - -W A..--.,.,. ...- .... W --...W-. .. ...,..- A - .W....,w- 7 - -f-,f-M..-w1,:..22?:,.-.a..,vv . ga.:g-1-.,...f..,-.-f...-.1--1, -.1,-'za .1-Q., af - -'A -----.. Y. -.... , .- . - ,,,,,,.l-,,, ,,, Wir, V ,,,,,,,,, H A, ,,,,,,,,,,,.,...,,Y.v.,,. T :f:.,...- -7--.-A.....-.V-A-aff-.-..fMf1f:.w.::-1-,W--1?--e--F -:ff - - T 'Y -- - l MARSIIAL LOCKHART BACON HAWES ECP Place Tarrytown, N. Y. E412 KBfIvg Tiger's Eyeg OANQ Junior Prom Com- mittecg College Union Board 5 Baseball Squad CD5 Asso- ciate Editor 1927 Hcmdboolcg College 145 lbs. C215 Mountebanks. - a , , -...1J,-,... ' ., T., ..-A - .......,a7........v,. -W-1.. .,VY.V . .. .-.wr-- .- -.sv--1 - - Y - ---Y f ' ' JOHN AUGUsTUs HASTINGS Qld Gym Dorm lfVawen5bmg, N. Y. , A.S.C.E.g French Clubg Philomathean Debating Societyg Commons Club 5 Track Squad CD. K Boxing Champion bdORRELL Buss HENDR1cKsoN NPT House Bellrose, N. Y. XIITQ UANQ Tiger's Eyeg KBfI1g Classical Club. fs. A l 78 X , , DONALD FRANCIS HYLAND NPT House U tica, N. Y . XIITQ OANQ Idol Clubg KBfIJg Class Treasurer Cljg Chairman Sophomore Soiree Committee g Freshman Foot- ballg Varsity Football C2, 355 Varsity Hockey Cl, 2, 355 Varsity Wolf Cl, 2, 3Qg Vice-President Interfraternity Council C3j. y 1 HENRY THEODORE jAcoEsON ZBT House ZBTQ Baseball Squad C255 Transfer from Bucknell. GOODEIOH LANE JOHNSON AXA House Samioga Sjyriwgs, N. Y. AXAQ Freshman Hockey Squad CID. v 9. l Aw: 1 f' si Elizabeth, N. f. ' 1-'jr'-"r-i"'f'-i"""'-""i:'7'rf" "" ""'f""""""'Ql'N'A"""1"f""7"""' W"'1' 'AS: :S :JW 5 W VW.. W, ...4,..e: YYVA- LQ ',QL..g.,.f1 'Lef..V-7-2 W ' - ,A--U .....A-,.....- . ---- HENRX' JOHN HORSTMAN' 903 Stanley Street Scheneczfady, N. Y. Philomathean Debating Society C355 French Club C31 WALTER AUGUSTUS HORSTMYER R. F. D. 7 q Schenectady, N. Y. I i A LUTHER Ons YIOVVARD NPT House Holley, N. Y. XPTQ Idol Club 3 Frosh Peerade Committeeg Track Squad U.jgAAssociate Editor 1928 GARNET. W 1 ' r v . i 1 ge. .c.. ,,,....-.c-.--c..--,w-.e.. .. -..-,............e--...,--,...e- . e N -. ..-.... .S ,,,-,M--.. c,,, .--W . S. 80 H, -Q ,ag --'.Axk,,x,,-fe, .,, Y .. 59' , 1 ,' .f llgeif. wx' ' 1, A .,-- 1- Kiev? ,N J, , wi V A f' R f Y Q V 4 V' , ,X , , V. l ,VA , kr 4 i j, li E ill 5.1 :si V id l J THOMAS DONNELLEY KINGSTON AT House . Little Falls, N. Y. ATg Varsity Football Squad CQJ, Team C335 Lacrosse SquadC2j5 LEONARD OYVEN ICIRSCHNER ' BGH House New l'ICli,'C?7I, COIIJI. BHH, lxansfer from Wesleyan Lulvcrslty. JOHN HAROLD KJOLSETH AXA House v Scotia, N. Y. AXAQ Photographic Eclitoli 1928 GARNIQTQ French Clulug Philomathezm Literary SOC1CtyQ Class Plpe COlHTl1ltftCG. r ff ..,.,... MM5-....., ml l S33 il Q" we-:iii e gf? T-J--'O-e'ee"fi'fi' fm' O ' A L . J-1-qs , OOOO ROBERT BRADT JOHNSTON TAG House Gloversville, N. Y. 41.4.9 Q , ' HYMAN VICTOR KAPLAN KN House M argaretmflle, N. Y. KN 5 Freshman Basketballg Freshman Cross-Countryg Varsity Cross-Country Squad. r ADDISON RAYMOND KETCHUM Old Gym Dorm N Clyde, N. Y. ieifii,-,Q--e e .O M e fff e - A-,ee . AO 'f' -ii 'sfEfQ'AQQf .- - fl as . .3 -1,5-LQHLO':iT:g'4::::1i:g::g:1i::'A"' " '.LT'f1.Qs:"'1t::t .:"" 'T' ZTT:iT:L"5fT'1'i2I 82 l l D111-Wi' 1. HARRY MoRR1s CLABAUGH LAMBERTON ECP Place Wfashmgton, D. C. EQ, CIDA, Idol Club, Secretary-treasurer, Class Treas- urer C3j, Concordiensis, Assistant Business Manager C353 Lacrosse, Assistant Manager C355 Mountebanks, Property Manager C3j, Cosmopolitan Club, Treasurer C2j, Vice-President C3J, Press Club C1, 25, Y. M. C. A. Cabinet C215 Frosh Peerade Committee C3j. RUDOLP1i STEPHEN LAPP AHN House Le Roy, N. Y. AIIN, Radio Club Cl, 2, 31, Vice-President C335 Associate Editor 1928 GARNETQ A.S.C.E. HORACE LORD LANSING Grove Place Oneonta, N. l f,:a,:n.a...M.,.....S.,.a A... N... V .a....,...-...r...1.. ..,........A.,.a...a,....,..,-,...r..,,.ma.... ..,.. S5 l l J' LoU1s HAROLD KosA'rzKY 120:l'U111011 Street 5Cl16'I16FlfCldj' Ni. Y w-. -5. A ,f M Mmm- ww. .Gum NN V, 4-1- -Q---.f...A.,, A -,,f.q..,.-,,,,r-....,.......V,.? .,,..,,...-,..,,...-in ego.- xxx.. - V .-...., .A..-H,Y-,,,,...,,-...T -V 7-if 1-W Y W V M V ,Y W v 1 V J ,- . I 'ffl at , c f " ' . 1 f , - . 'WW 2 1 L f z 1 SIDNEY LA CHOLTER V Albany, N. Y KNg Adelphie Debating Societyg French Clubg Fresh- man-Sophomore Debate C255 115 lb. Wrestling Champion- ship Cljg 115-lb. Boxing Championship Qljg 125-lb. Boxing Championship CU. KN House ALBEEN LAITINEN AIIN House v Chester, Vt. AHN3 Radio Clubg E. E. Club. H 1 ir i , -,--.Hugh .-.,.-,.........-,..-...,s.-.--v.............. -....... y W ,. Y. . ,-L , , V .., , - .Y Y. , .., V-N A W. .,-....f -.Yx.,....-....-A.....:,...................-......-.----- i -W-.. ,-.- , ,,,..,,- , . V Y -,-, 7 .-..,...-...-.......,...-,.s.L--..........-Y -V --,AJ --- V -- ..-H -. - V Y- -V - - 4:-:Y-AA------1---W------V--w--f-+--- 1 84 'li wi 'li li 4 I ' ' f of .,.4 .I A 'Iv' A ' L. OOe ' ' 1f' ' 'f Q QQQQLO., ii? ln W Qin, I SOLOMON MAOHOVER KN House M ' Brooklyn, N. Y. KNg Varsity Soccer Cl, 2, 35, Captain Q31 N a mi ' W, 1 Q, h I. ,x. A FRANK HARMON NIACKIE, JR. XXII Lodge , Halifnzore, Zlld. XNIIQ Tiger's Iiyeg QANQ FIPSIIIHQIII 1"OOt,lmallg Freslm- man Bzxskvti-nllg Y1ll'Slf.j' lhselwzxll C235 Vzxrsity Basket- ball Squad C335 Suplmnmure Soiree Cfolnnmiietee. 1 'w WALTER ,BRANDON MACOMBER O 1052 Universitv Place Amsterdanz, N. 5 ,,w.M .....,-...,.a, O ....-......4.. ,,.......,,J,. . h ,Q - -,.-,- . .,....O, .1 . 5 O O , ' ,1""'f,ii,QiiE:" g,aj.g,Q ff'lff,fQ:O-IlI, iff" :::.Z1i11pi1Tl'1'i'Tlgiii.ZZI1TZiT.Tii.ZL M-W k A-eV- ffm-e-WM-A-e--V'---Hehe-V-f---Y ,,M,,w.m,v, ,,.. .,...w.,,,,,,M....,,.-.N. 4... ,..-,. -... ...........-V.. ...H .,.V , -V---Am'-M--if --+--------Y-X W- -f- S7 I .11 1 it 4 -ed'-f -- ff-V - -..----f - sax- V ff- --fffY:::f--W ---- --M ' ---f-:f+W"' 1 ,- .-,..-..,i ,,,,,, --, .-E . . ,....... ....,..-,,..,. .. ,., -...,..,.-,..r.,s..,.,Yf.,...'.a:- -nf K Ross CORNELIUS LINDBLOOM 207 Becker St. AXA5 Varsity Swimming Squad C15, Team C2, 355 Soph- omore Oratoricals. JAMES LEONARD LEWIS AT.House 5 Ccmavzdcrigua, N. Y. AT5 KBfIv5 Tiger's Eyeg Freshman .Football5 Freshman Basketball 5 Varsity Football Squad C25 5 Varsity Baseball ,gy Squad C1, 255 Class President C35. Schenectady, N. Y. VVILLIAM SEELYE LITTLE KA Lodge A Rochester, N. Y. KA5 Idol Clubg Freshman Football5 Varsity Football 5 C1, 355 Indoor Track Squad C155 Swimming Squad C155 Band C15 255 Instrumental Club C15. K Y Y - , ,,v,,,,,,,,, 5 mein ,-,,,,,,.-,E-,t,,,,,,,,. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,-:?,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,E7:,,. .m..,.Y .W..,,-, , ,, --,, ,,.,E,,-,YTE-.,,,,.....,.,.m..,, Y , ,,,,,,.........-.-. Y.....v-............,.......--..........-.-..------w ,--A . .V. E K.. -.4 , -W . ., V . -,W-...,,,-...,,..,-..-.,.i ...w .. -... ,fn -.m.-, ,...,. ,, ...,..f?,-W...-...,a,M..,-V.,.1A-,vga . , Y , . ,. +,zf.......,a1T.z.:.......:. - -.'.i....w1?T.,.v..,..... -N. ..-,...,...,......,,...-.,'..+.J , ..........-., .., ...,,.,. V Y - - -.V V ,..Y- 1 V -..ME-A,,. . ..-.,,.,.-fY H-,....5,.,---.rs-.---W .-.Jerri As A---1---'-' H-A-'rf , ....--, .,-,-...i, ,,,. 1 AH.-- E... .... , 7 , , , , - . ... ,., ,EE ,,,. . .1 ,.. ,X -, ..- ,... .1 . ...A -.... ,....-. Awww-, ...L..f.,.,+s.Q.:.,f - :.v!..:,.n.L...-.M.1.-1..i--.,-,.m..,,m,.1....,..,....-...1..,C.......1.,..s....,.., ............,s-.-1... 86 ' A. ..-:L -.-.aw ,,,r,-. 4..4- .a.Q.-L,,..1,...,.......,.L4.2el..,. i..e....--.- . -fa, . 5 JIT ,ml i e1.'k.,.4 ,V L,w - 'fra it ' if""l""' lfi ' may 31 fr. I .H FRANK EMLEN MCLANE AXA House 1 Clarksboro, N . J. AXAg Freshman Footballg Varsity Baseball C155 Varsity Football C355 Freshman Banquet Committeeg Junior Prom Committee. l LORING MCMILLAN CIDA0 House West New Brighton, N. Y. 1111395 img Idol Clubg Varsity Track Cl, 2, 355 Indoor Varsity Relay C2, 355 Holder 1000 yard and 2 Mile Records CIndoor5g Varsity Cross-Country C2, 355 Soccer Team Cl, 355 Glee Club C155 Choir C2, 355 Adelphic Debating Societyg Interfraternity Councilg Swimming Squad C35. TIMOTHY HUBERT MCSWEENEY Old Gym Dorm North Creek, N. Y. . l - S 89 yfveffw, - RoBRRT HARDY NIARKS CIDAG House H Gloversville, N. Y. ' 'PAQ CHARLES MARIUS ANTONIN IVIARTEL Y Elmira, N. Q? 751 Eastern Avenue Y. FRANK ARTHUR NIASSOTTI 214 Park Place 1 Schenectady, N. Y. Spanish Club 5- Radio Club 5 Cosmopolitan Clubg Assis- tant Manager La. Voz de Union C115 E. E. Club. 1 I I 1 , MM, ,., .. R.- ,VA , . ..,...,., .mul ,.,. ,-.,,: in. :-lluj. . UAL N0 YUANMM .ZDN- 88 13" 5 f-Y rf- ' f " 'VM' ",, ': K 'h V 5'3"r'1f Hz .ri GEORGE EUGENE M1Lo Old Gym Dorm Oswego, N. Y. JULIUS MARINUS MONCSKO 810 Crane Street 5 Schenectady, N. Y. S Spanish Club C15. ERNEST BROUGHAM MORRIS J AHN House ' Rensselaer, N. Y. . AIIN5 Varsity Football Squad Q2, 355 Glee Club C2, 35 5 Classical Clubg Sophomore Debt Commission C255 Track Squad C155 Band C153 1928 GARNET Boarcl. ...,.,....,..-A ,.. -..,..149.,r...., -,.,-A-.-...!....T.S.. :,...,..e.---...M. --....,...eT.- .,.. S. ...-. .1...-1 ,,. ..- .?Ti5:fl'., ,V Y YK 47 VJ: vnvyrl- T-77 TV-EV -Y any 1 ,TYR ,H W V!-Nun HM-W K Y W Y ww-MWAJ5 M ,M ,ssss 11, .,... 11,1 . -, . I 1 L114f.-2..A1s..- .-4...ua Y ',.,,.,-.,.-.-,.,.,,,......-4,i WILLIAM HENRY MEYER Maybrook, N. Y. EXQ Track Squad Cl, 255 Pre-Medic Club 5 German Club, Secretary-Treasurer C3j. ' L ,..,,. . , . F KL k 3 E " . ' ' .----.LLL CORNELIUS ROBERT MEYER 8 Fuller Street 4 Schenectady, N. Y. N ZX House FRANK NEWTON MILLER NPT House Brooklyn, N. Y. 4 1IfTg Track Squad C 1, 25g Varsity Cross-Country Q2, 335 ' aUa 3 115 lb. Wfrestling Champion C255 Mountebanks C255 Assistant Manager CBJ, Swimming Squadg Soccer Squad. 5 I 90 4 4 1 S 'S ii lvl S Y I fi lx 'i 1 l ll 1. 115' 1 1 2' X llz, ill? is l lf GUY PAYNE, JR. BQH House C ' Cedar Grove, N. j. 511 B9lIg Musical Clubs C2, 35, Treasurer C353 Associate 1 Editor 1928 GARNETQ Pre-Medic Clubg Track SquadC15. 'Q 111 1l1l li we 'QQ lqll I 1 1 . ,1 11 111 1 li! 'ill M11 E, 1, i1 121 1' ' 1. 1 li EVERETT NORMAN PERKINS 5 Gloversville, N. Y. GNE3 Pre-Medic Club C2, 35 5 Associate Editor Handbook C355 Fencing C35. 1l 1 1. WILLIAM HALSEY PECKHAM Old Gym Dorm Poughkeepsie, N. Y. Fencing Cl, 2, 35 5 Philomathean Literary Society C1, 2, 355 Choir C35 5 French Club C15. QNE House 93 E I i P 1 i s . 1 1 I 1 5 . 1 1 1 A 1 . Q 1 I I i i 1 1 r E 4 y r E. 1 a K. i 1 .-rv rv-'r V' 9. I - . BERTRAM NIRENBERG Albany, N M. E. Cornell University, 1918. 1 , WILLIAM KENNETH MIOTT, JR. CIJEK Hbuse Rochester, N. Y. fIfZKg Freshman Footballg Varsity Baseba1IX'eSquad C2jg Interelass Lacrosseg A.S.C.E. 399 State Street JAMES BRUCE ORR 15 Grove Place Oneonta, N. Y. I Y W M -MMA A 1 Q ...,.,,-.-.-,.. M.. . 1 J 92 7 . I'- .N 2.. .1 I I 5 ,L I Il' I Qi Iv 5 I Il. ll' 1 I ll , ,. 1, 1 I Ii lr H1 A., , . eww . ' . I I I A 2 'Q N tif? 5535 2365 I NVILLIAM HENRY RAYMOND AXA House fohnstofwn, N. Y. EH' AXAQ Germzm Club C353 Concordiensvls CSDQ Pre-Medic Aw Club 435. Ms W 5 If TI? I H we -1'-I im 353 Wai? I I ill' 1 X I ,fi CHARLES WISTAR REEVE 1238 Union Street NI? East Orange, N. j. IH f I HH fiifk IEE Mr I IW I ' Li A PR l Nio BENJAMIN FRANKLIN REINHART B911 House In :E V Brooklyn, N. Y. A ' BGII I W xi I ' I I f---Q-.......,.., ... -...,...ML,..,..f,i...,,.f. M--..,A-,..A - .-..-..4.,gfY.Y..A-,...e 7,72 .Y LA, ....,, ,Z.I.,,,,.:1Y... ---, L. ..., I. ,,.12.,,...W .-.A --- Y -,Y .,,.,...., L -Y -----W 95 WW ' ' ' z fx ,,..l-Mvmw.-,T,.,.,,A:-rf..--.ei-gf.-ww, -M 'ff2Z?',TlZ'fj7'f,"?T2'LT,'T ! 'f P i WT' A f' ..,,- -, -..KEY 1,-mg ,- '----' R14 -,VJEW ,- L uw --T--V-Y-,M YA EZ.,.....,?--h---ffm-A-I-.A- ,V--....,.,..-,L-A1-,Lfgtf-F-4 -Y-13.-:i-3-jei!-ff ---f ff 'nsfj' ' -YjE"iifAA ' f- , 4, Y 1, HOMER ELIAS PETERS AFQIJ House AFKIU Freshman Basketballg Varsity Basketball Squad 42,35 if .,.....-.1--1 R JAMES LINTON PERRY N.S.N.C. , Amsterdam, ..Y. ,SNES French Club C33 Vice-Presidentg Track Squad, R C2, 353 Philomathean Literary Soclety. Mechanicville, N. Yp HORACE PIKE ' B911 House Waterloo, Ia. P B911 I ll. lf i -f-- - f---f-- - --Y ' - f ig f---f-:yu , ,,,V,' , "A AY,, Y,ffhi-,,,r-11-:'1-gfzf-rtiiiggijijig iijiill 'ff,1iffIff"""T1fI1...gQ1'fi..-,.g.l 1 flgff Q'A1',,f uf If, ' ,. " W ..Y',,., qlg' Y Wfffn f. V V - V-WY Y if-V' - P--1,7-fi 94 H S x ll , i 4 ' f 5 Q 2, CHARLES GREENWOOD ROBERTS ' AND House Bujalo, N. Y. A131115 KBQD5 Tiger's Eye5 Lacrosse C1, 2, 355 Hockey Cl, 2, 35 5 Freshman Banquet Committee, Radio Club. FRED LUMAN ROBISON Gloversville, N. Y. QNE5 French Club C155 Civil Engineering Club C355 Executive Committee C35. JAMES MILLS ROBESON AACQD House Boston, M ass. AAQD5- KBQD5 Idol Club5 OAN5 Manager Musical Clubs5 Press Club C155 Philomatheans C25 355 Concordiensfis C155 Radio Club C155 Associate Editor Handbook. GNE House V l 1... MM 5315,-M! 1, ,.,, LH, , .. . a ..... - .,.-. - f---- ----Hp - ' """" W' ' "1'rrL'5:""' 97 1 1+ - L L .1 1 ' 1 1 i 1 1 1 11 4 ' W , . 1 ' . 1 1 , - . . 1 ' 1 1 ' QT 1 .V 1 1 11 -1 1 f if ' 11 1 1j f VI 11 1- . - , 1 1 " 3 ' 11 1 A 1 1 1 11 1 1 11 1 11 1 1 1 11 11 f 1 11 1 1 M s- 1 1 1 1 E. 1 f 1 ' 1 . IQ ' 1 fjf, 1 11 4' , .' Q 1 ' ' Q , - - 1 Q1 S 1 1 11 - 1 1 11 1 ,Z I mx' ' - 11 A 'H A '??Ie, V ' I1 1 1 'S ' i 11 1 1 ' A A 1 v . 1 1' 1 g 1 1'! 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L.. . 1 1 1 "Tl'I..'71'lT1'TfZ'TfQT'fT"T"T'fI.iQAT"7 'iff ff 11'- 1 f'-+1-Y-'gg-gg EAW- 1:riff1::gg:::fief'::f:i?1ili'ff' 'W " ' LL 1 :fu H 11' ' ' 1 :1 X EUGENE CHARLES REYNOLDS 14 Mohawk Ave. 1 Scotia, N. Y. CHARLES CLOWE RHEIN JR .54 Snowden Ave Schenectady N Y Gowum R 1 HERDS CIJAQ House Schenectady N Y 111.39 1 E 1 A 2351. .15 A . iq W : 1 , M75 ll. f. E155 XJ Ng I' - PAUL ERNST SCHULTZE, JR. ACID House Troy, N. Y. Advg KBfDg Idol Clubg Hockey Squad Cl, 2, 355 Baseball Squad Q2Dg Assistant Cheer Leaderg Freshman Banquet Committeeg Frosh Peerade Committeeg German Clubg Mountebanksg Pre-Medic Club. ROSEWELL DANIEL SHAW North Colormade . Middle Grove, N. Y. DUDLEY CozBY SMITH - 731 Hattie Street Charleston, S. C. 99 A . I I ' I I I li 'I l l 115 0Mfffii-.Fifi?T:'sifTf1iii1TiiZlT? 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A. 11, 2, 35, Cabinet C2D, French Club, Cos- mopolitan Club, De Molay Club C2, 35, President CID, Philomathean Society, Associate Editor GARNET. I .I IF i...-... A,.w- .-.W ---. A ap- -- fvM-.-- 1'---e ------N e-f Y" -1--f H11-f gg' '1j:3:g i"::."""....a..g.....w.-v.-M---I M--QW ml - -,tm .,. .,,, , H . .-,... ....,-n.......A.--2.....-...-:,.f A -.--V-Q-+A---W V- --- ' - fu-1 --fe H--'---frm' '- ""'?k5""""""""" 98 ll! l ,H my fi. x , gl l! lf Y l H if i a I b l T w 'l l 'l ,ll U l ll H ll: li lil lil ml E , l li ll 1 all ll H X l ll l I 'x il l I SJ. 'fi . .H JL l Y. VV" 23751 'A . .. R lullS'Blf'i1"1,.l's 'T M . u 1 1? v 'lt-' gf Q' l Syl RALPH PETER STEVENS Old Gym Dorm N Orton Hill, N. Y. CHARLES LUTHER STOWELL Olecm, N. Y. Efbg KBCI3 Assistant Manager Hockeyg Freshman Bas- ketball Squadg Varsity Basketball Squad CZJ. ROGERA THAYER STONE ECP Place Schenectady, N. Y. ?fI2g Tigerls Eyeg OAN5 Hockey Squad Cl, Zjj Lacrosse 1 D3 Football Squad C2Jg Physical Society CID. Q ZCIJ Place ii-.-,..,...,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,'q,,w-u-en lqlb -K WCW ufgxmwwrd-7,,.,V :v, V:,,,,, Y, ,..,.,. ,, ,. , , -.vv -V --.. - - -4- - f -'Y - f ' 'f" ' f "" """ "" ' '1"','f'g.m,l'l1LfIfQf.l:-if-fl-f ---...-......,.,..,......-..--ff -ev.--,HYW-,..,.-.,, - .A ..., , Y W, -Y V,-f,,,. -,. V ..- -,.,,.,,,:..,..v,.,.W,,,...,.a,f.a. ,Qfqn-1-nd-A-AUM 101. 1 1 ..-.......f.-.L-1-1-2-A-f.-.S-r--e -,V -ea ...1:r- .0-H ..,..-.-...G-1. W...-W ':"ff'i'+iE-CTD, A JN- ' i 1 xg? ,Q - - W- 4-4 -A A---Y -V--W ---..eg A .-1-....fY.......,.g-,.......,L-,-.. K- -1-1?-.,f, .f.....-..-..:.-Aa--f-.,.-..-.-.,1,,,f M- --- e...,s1,1.,...-Af-..-mv-, - - . YW Y ...1-, Y. , ,,,, .. , ....,i,i1 -YY- .- -- -A--M , ,1.,, a ,ir ....,..-..,:,.h,-.gs ,Ganga -,er.e.1f,a-. W. ,...--.:. f..-pf-.D-. , T-M-lf. -vw 'af . fm- :ws-w -- - -- - - - - v Y -.. . A. A-,-.....L.-.. ,........,.,.,,,,... W..- . ,...,....,.,,,..,.,.,,,., Q,.. , ,.,.,,...a.m..,..,., U--.....ff..-.,.-fe.--A -f-f 'Ma-2--1--r -f--r-- 'ia-7-K--,jj ' " Q , fa ' HOMER HoRToN SMITH AT House Rochester, N. Y. AT5 fI1Ag Assistant Manager Footballg Mouutebanks Cl, 25g Soccer Cljg Lacrosse Squad C253 Interfraternity Council C255 A. S. C. E. ff t I'IENRY LoU1s SoBoC1NsKI ' 1309 Van Cortland Street Schenectady, N. Y. C1-x121sToPH1sR STAHLER, JR. AT House Albany, N. Y. QTg CIHAQ Varsity Track C2, 395 Pre-Medic Clubg Pres- xdent 133g Y. M. C. A.g Vice-Presidentg Frosh Peerade A- Committee. S W 332.1 ll ye C 5 A NM! I 3 t i. 0 -1.-.-.M --. ,-,-.V-W -1- -1- -----7-f -V--ff f - -f - -Af ldll 1-Q-A-7:1111-:,g-3:1-:':rf:2rr:r:':A::.g'aLg::Q. :':.t."ZTl...l'l""'a... ..--1.,.q.,.-.......,.-.--.....A.'........---- -W--- - -----'-- --V V K W An-V-NQUI-ha vw-if YYQV f km ,msd ,,,,d,,,,,.,,,,,,,,.,,..q,....,.,.,..,,,-., ..n........-.-.-.- . . . . .. .-- . .. ., .. .. ...,,- ...- -AH .... -.--, ...-.i....-........--.,-.., A.. 4-...,.. .. .-, V. , .... - .., -. . ,.. . , . ,M . VV Y Y V --qw M-Wm-W,-QAMW-'Ma-,,, -.,.-.-.--.----h.-1 06 ,. .- - I , r i W" i 5 g x :W C 1 Mr, ii Q ,HG MSC A 1 ei V 'C ig ni F 1, wi iv ffl, A., .' ,E it , r ,s, ?fx3kg,it1?arPtigLi4E '5 MQ 2525 ig? ARTHUR IRVING TOTTEN, JR. E111 Place Schenectady, N. Y. Efbg Idol Clubg Spike Shoe Societyg Varsity Cross- iiii Couiitry C2, 355 Captain-elect C355 Varsity Track C255 Varsity Golf C155 Chemical Society. li? me ii wi ri S o sys S, We LoUIs AUGUsTUs TREMONTE N.S.N.C. Gloversville, N. Y. H ACDAQ GARNET Boardg Track Squad C155 Pre-Medic Club. CH S fir ii' 123' , We 5 LU1s DIEZ DE ULZURRUN GAX House Valencia, Spain SAX ig Li, tit it H ' iz 103 'Elf "'M 1 rgaafw "'fg'j::A1ti:.:..,g1:::"ff 42.65- Q-MA'A--E--7---Af M57 -A ---:AA-.-Q., -f-,.......,,,-., Y. -L . ..,,., 1.1. M., ,,.,...,,,. -,..-,q.,-g. Tron -A -Y.z.....Y -A .- -- -----A-M f ' f--1--if ' --'-"'- " " WA Y HAM.. , , ,WAY -- -..u-f-,..41!-4:--.n.-fy -1,-ef QW- .,A,,,. .4 .MA-n...1A-.e,,..-.inn A-A1.-,:1-?-.- ..-,V A.: - .,. - .A -..--1- .,, ,. . -L., ..- .A . ,.,..n..-.--Y: ue.. ..,,,.-,..4J,....,. Q., . VICTOR ALEXANDER STUART, JR. QNE House SCl'l8718C1fC1djl,yAfT. Y. 9NEg Track Squad Cl, 355 De Molay Club CQ, 35. HAROLD LEON TARBELL . QNE House East Freetown, N. Y. GNEQ Soccer Cl, 355 Track Squad C353 C. E. Club. CHARLES DOUGLAS TODD ' CDEK House A Schenectady, N. Y. fD2Kg Varsity Track Team C2, 35. T102 T NELSON BENJAMIN' VAN WICIQLER CIJEK House QDEK3 A. S. C. E. C335 Lacrosse Squad CI., 2, 35. ,. M. A 2. Wx. . i.Xf?W,!, J .. Q. 1 y H empstead, N. Y. ROMAN ROBERT VIOLYN , 1096 Gillespie Street Commons Club, Pre-Medic Club 5 Philomathean Society 3 Y. M. C. A. ARTHUR IRVING VAN Wm M.S.S.C Clarksville, N. Y. Track Squad Cljg Band Cl, 2, 355 Chemical Society. Amsterdam, N. Y. 1.05 'T 1 4 5 - , - .-X. .Nf A , N "':1:,::f'i:'.,,,A,,,:-1. - sz.. A . fl: no Q: ,77 1 LAYNRENCE HENRX' VAN DYCK BQH House K' N ortlzport, N. Y. ' Bon Q81 Joi-IN DAWVSON VAN EPS KA Lodge Schenectady, N. Y. KA.g Idol Clubg Indoor Track Squad Cljg Assistant Nlanager Swimming C353 Frosh Peerade Committee. Arkville, N. Y. 104 SEAMAN H. VAN VVAGENEN M.S.N.C. 5 fi CLINTON NATHAN VVOOLSIGY AFCIJ House Olean, N. Y. APKD5 Assistant Editor Hcmdboolc. i HUGH KING WRIGHT AND House ARNOLD BRADFORD WYCKOFF AXA House AXA5 Mountebanks C155 Concordvjensis Cl, 2, 355 GARNET Board. H nntingdon, Pa. AACD5 Tiger's Eyeg Varsity Tennis C1, 25 5 Captain-elect C355 Varsity Soccer C2, 355 Chairman Frosh Peerade Com- mittee5 Y Cabinet Cl, 2, 355 Advisory Board C355 Cos- mopolitan Club C1, 2, 35 5 Philomathean Literary Society C1, 2, 355 Assistant Manager Freshman Basketball C355 GARNET Board. johnstown, N. Y. H l I .,m,.mn:.a....wL.......-s ,, , A . ,,.,,. ,, .haha ,,,, ,H ,,,,,.,-- -.Y---M --'e- 7 v- ..---.-W,-,-9-vvr N .- if-cv pf - DANIEL RICHARD VVEDKS QDFA House flubzmz JVIai11e QDFA' Cioss-Country Squad QD. CHARLES DONALD WOLFRONI R. F. D. No. Scheizectady N Y FIQLDPQIQCK BRUNO WooDWoRTH KCI1 Lodge East Orange N f. ' Kfb I-reshman Football Squad, Musical Clubs C1 2D Publioty vlanager Q35 Band C11 Librarian C25 Leader noir Padio Club C1 2D Chief Engineer C35 Varsity Cross- Countrg CSD' Class Song Committee, F rosh Peerade Com- mittee R31 Choir C2 31 Y. M. C A. Cabinet 13D C li C C5 K ' i T l t .C f l i Q ' 1 C . - Z ' , e--A i-fn-es-he------------f-A-N --ef We---M--H-4------e'---M-e--ff-a-M A-,mf 4. XX. ,.i:-., pf mgmgggr- 54:1 C an ' 1 , T.T...,.,.,..,,.,...,,,,.,,C,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,.,.,.C..,,,...,,..........,..,,,.,.,,,,..,,,,,,,.,,A.,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,.,.,.,,,,..,,.,.,,,,,,,,,. , .,. V W ' C3 ' .439Sff2Tfli.f..-.g-:QfQ?Cff.-.QQ.iC?-M Yilg2'iCg,-, A-"gli 3,, e, ii.: C at K 4 A 1 Q ' r 1 7 in '1 I X 1 l '-' 1 ' P .Y , 0 ' i . . ,C In U C l i C .L in I l V fl :L l 1 .. i 'f if i l f Q C C 1 , 4 . L 4 L . .C 1 i 'i Q A 5 s 1 , . 1 C g, C , I I X' , 5' 2 l CN S Q' ' n W 4 1 a C I ' . I l l i l ii Elf Q i i if QQ I C A I li C 5' i C i lx l L? Q J Q 1 1 l 1 3: i . 1' f 1 C it 21 A l ' W gr V i 1- Q , f C i C l lx 1 f 1 C i 5 M i C ? 2 fl S l i C ' l I I l 2 4 C 5 i ' ' 4 ' ' E5 C4 I 1 AA. if ' 2 F 2 in 1 C 1' I 1 A , . C C 2 A C C . D . fi '- if X 1 1 ,GK .1 Y 'L a 2 ' V 5 . 1 L 1 9 ' 1 - ' i' ' I W 1 i. ' ' E - 'l 1 ' - , A ' .I ii I Y 1 ii W f W . V ' v ' ' 1. u , Q , l it C ,fl i , , A xg ml- Ili . ' l il' lil: l EC JE: I E f l .:. 'i' l' I i- R l if l Ei if' l ' ill CC 1 -' V I 2. , li .lst 1 3 ' ' 1' 2 i 'iii it 'l 3' :Hi + i C I A 1' L -' 2 312' f P i il :M C C 2, I C 1 1 1 e C f il i 1 i I ii i , A 1 At C si ' ll ' Riumll JOHN 5fOUNG 325 V an Vraulcou Avenue Sclzclzcctczciy, N. Y. ROBERT ARTHUR JOHNSON EX House M owisomiille, N. Y. EX5 Varsity Cross-Country C2, 35, Captain-Elect C355 Varsity Track C255 Varsity Baseball Squad C155 Soccer Squad C155 Hockey Squad C155 Physical Society5 1927 GARNET Board. RICHARD JOHN WELLINGHORST KCIJ House Gmniwood, N. j. q KIIJ5 XI5 Freshman FOotball5 Freshman Basketball5.Var- sity Baseball C1, 255 Sophomore' -Soiree Comm1ttee5 Junior Prom Committee5 Class President C35. 1.09 WILLIAM ALFRED YAGDR 46 Euclid Avenue Schenectady N Y. F GNE Chemical Society C35 Charles Frederick Cliandler IIOIIOI C2J, Sophomore Fuller Chemistry Prize 123. - W RAYMOND EDWARD WYTRWAL S29 Eastern Ave. Amsterdam, N. Y. Commons Club 3 Pre-Medic Club. - ALEXANDER jmins X7OUNG, JR. KA Lodge Colzoes, N. Y. KAg French Club QI, 2, 355 Pre-Medic Club Cl., 2, 353 Glee Club CQ, 335 Freshman Basketball Teamg Varsity Basketball Squad C255 Tennis Squad Cl, 23. , ' sr I f jg' l I l -L .... . Q in V , K x 1 . 'Q g iff' 4 ilix g f fgss is S 1255 ' H55 if 1 sq :EH ull ,l Y 4 tif z ,I 0. 1 5 5 ' Y 138 M? ii 'N . li ii if aw ii E '1 lg Q 'S L ii vi 25 s xi ii E ig 5 5' 52 5 5? ,, 5 4 3 iw 1 1 X , , l W 1 H W J 1: s IN li , e QM , 1 4 l , w , 31 '1 l V l :N ,s 1 2 1 . 1 3 f I J H : g fl HI .i ff T f 9 W l 1 W w ' w , W , I r 1 i , ,, i ' 1 12 J 5 L L 'Q wi X! 1 'Q ix If R R ' W , 3 ll , i 5 W I g . 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T,-112 .,..,--,.,,,..w..::,e11 5 -- samm-aiaxr , V. -L :Lf nn , Y N - V ' -V 'Wi' "-W 2:--v ' Y W, ,, v ,,, L, Tu-,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,..,,.,,.,,,.-,..,.,,,-.,,-.,,.,..3,LV.. , ,LU -,,,.. .,,. 1 2-g,.,,,,,-.- T- i I CLARK LEWERTUS STOCKTON Albion, N. Y. AT, Mountebanks CU, Class Historian CZJ. ROY ERWIN ANDREWS . Schenectady, N. Y LUDXVIG DE FELICE . , . ' Orange, DONALD BQORTIMER GIBBS . South Orange, N. B911 DANIEIJ Jos1sFFA . . . N. J. Schenectady, N. Y j. J.-1 ' , ,. CTBT'--.. ' ' 55.5-C: '1'-""'--"1 . 2:I2::.:f91: E "'---'::::'F:: 1 3 E . 1 , , . A Am. -fd A , E ' " -1' T 1 : F i i c P C L74 a, v wr . AT House 3 Woodland Avenue . 30 Bedford Road B911 House . 943 Strong Street 110 5.1 ' 1-, 7 ,J 1xA.!'Ji,7 1 . 1 A Class of I9Z9 Class Officers JOHN THEODORE MCDOWELL Prcsiderzt NIELVILLE SPAULDING HANVLEY Vice-President JAMES ALEXANDER GLENN, JR. Secretary RICHARD DONVLING HOWGATE Treasurer JEFFERSON WEED Historian JOHN THEODORE MOD OWELL A Sophomore Class History HE Class of 1929 began its second year by successfully ushering in the Fresh- man Class. The scraps took place on the day set aside by tradition, but by some stroke of misfortune the Sophomores could only Win one of the three contests. The fights, however, that occurred before this day Were unquestionably Won by our class. We have had a number of our classmates on all of the varsity teams, and feel sure that in the Way of athletics, We have performed more than our duty to Union. Scholastically We have also upheld our honor. The marks have been better than almost any other Sophomore Class. The Sophomore Soiree, which was held on December tenth, is proof enough of our social success. It is our sincere hope that in the coming two years, the Class of 1929 Will con- tribute its share to the Welfare of our Alma Mater. . - Class H istoriari. ll3 THE SOPHOMORE CLASS ' Y.. Y al 1.x .. . 5, 553 P3 All 3 4' -1 EDWIN LORENZO CROSBY, JR. . DOUGLAS SMITH DALES . . GLEN PORTER DALTON, CIDFA . RICHARD DALTON, AACIJ . . ALFRED EDWARD DART, AFCP . HAROLD EDWARD DAVEY CYRIL HENRY DAVIS . STEPHEN CRAIG DAVIS . . DELEVAN DELONG, AXA. . PAUL ARNOLD DILLINGHAM, CIDAQ . WILLIAM TULLY DORANCE, JR.., KA HENRY REYNOLD DUBOIS, JR., WT AURIE NICHOLS DUNLAP, KCI1 . JESSIE MILLER DUNZ . . . WILLIAM HARADON EAGLESON, JR., CIJAQ HERBERT LAWRENCE EGNER, QIJFA . MARCUS BERNARD EINHORN, KN . EDWARD FREDERICK ENGEL, AACIJ . MILTON MICHAEL ENZER . SAUL GEORGE EPSTEIN, KN . . RAYMOND LESLIE EVERLETH, QNE.. WILLIAM FIELDER, JR., GNE . GORDON PERRY FILKINS . LESTER CARLETON FILLER, KN PHILIP HAROLD FRANKEL . CARL FREDERICK FREESE, AT . LEWIS WEINIGER FRIEDERICH, fI1I'A CARL JOHN FROSCH, AIYIJ . WALTER FREDERICK GILDAY . .L JAMES ALEXANDER GLENN, JR., XXII ROBERT CHISHOLME GRAHAM, JR., SAX BARENT MURRAY GRAY, AFCID . DAVID GRAY . . . ROGER ELWYN GRIFFITH, XXI' FRANK AMATO UGROSSO, AGPA . FRANK WARREN HADCOCK, JR. CHARLES ANDREW HANSEN, JR. JOHN PALMER HARCOURT, AACP . LEROY JAY HARDY, GNE . . SAMUEL WEST HATHAWAY, II, AAQD FERDINAND STEPHEN HAVRELLY . MELVILLE SPAULDING HAWLEY, IPAQ Brooklyn Schenectady Schenectady Schenectady Harpersfield Schenectady . Scotia . Albany . Ilion . Ogdensburg New Haven, Conn. . . Catskill Bloomiield, N. J. . . Cohoes Brooklyn West Point . Albany . . Brooklyn Elizabeth, N. J. NCW York City Dannemora '. Albany North Troy Brooklyn Schenectady Silver Creek . Rochester . . Ilion Cherry Valley . Menands Schenectady Schenectady Amsterdam Chadwicks Schenectady Johnstown Schenectady . Albany . Schenectady Yarmouth, Me. . Schenectady . Oneida ..,,L,,,,.,,,,..,.,.,,.,,.. ,.,,,,A..........x-,- Sig, -vvy..-.-JPAL -Y ---f-1------- Y--H - 11.5 A A AA, A ,W 'A V A Q' "fwfwf'-I'::2r:i'iiii'fiiiiiiffffffifi'1"'2T1if"""i'?'o1 Lg'1i"?" 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CHARLES KENNETH ACKERMAN, THOMAS ADINOLFI, ATA . . DAVID WILLIAM ALLEE, . NELSON ARMLIN, JR., KCID . EDSON STEVENS BARNES, GNE EDWARD MORSON BARNES, AT PHILIP MINCH BARNES, B9-H . LAWRENCE BARRETT . . RICHARD IDDINGS BARSTOW, XXI' ELMER STACEY BARTLETT, CIJAG . JOHN WILLIAM CLARKE BASSETT . DOMINIC BATTAGLIA . . . ROBERT BUCHANAN BEALE, JR., ET FREDERICK WILLARD BECKER, AXA H'AROLD .ROBERT BENSON, AFT . WILLIAM WALTER BERRIGAN . LAMBERT LEE BORDEN, ECP . FRANCIS CHARLES BRADT, CIJFA . NICHOLAS FR.ANK BRIGNOLA, ATA . CLIFFORD JEREMIAH BUCKBEE, EX . JOHN FRANCIS BUCKOFF . . . GEORGE ANSON BUELL, EX . LOUIS RUPPERT BUERGER . CHARLES BUTT .... CHARLES ROBERT CAMPBELL, JR., A THOMAS MICHAEL CANNELLA, ATA MILTON ERNEST CANTER . . JOHN LIVINGSTON CARCHIOFF, KA . WEBSTER JULES CAYE, JR., TAS . LEO CHAIT .... WILLIAM ORLANDO CHASE, KA THEODORE BRINKEROFF CLAPP, AT PRESTON ROBINSON CLARK, CIDFA . JOSEPH STEVENS CLEMONS . , . RALPH TALLMADGE COLLINS, CIJEK . KENNETH LEO COOLEY, SAX . HERMAN HENRY COPLON, TEA JOSEPH EDMOND CORRIGAN . EDWARD CROET, JR. . HN 1. ,I fl Chevy Chase, D. C. . Johnstown - Schenectady Schenectady ' Middleburg . Carthage New Paltz , Painesville, Ohio Pine Plains ' Belmont, Mass. . Greene Schenectady Schenectady . Schenectady . Cooperstown Schenectady . Schenectady Lakeville, Conn. . Schenectady . Troy Glens Falls Coxsackie Schenectady . Schenectady . Schenectady Fort Pierce, Fla. . Brooklyn Poughkeepsie Schenectady Brooklyn . Albany Binghamton New Paltz . New Hartford Gloversville Rensselaer Fultonville Schenectady . Schenectady Governors Island - , i'l"M7L i'itLggi'iiI9' l K-'If "'A', f 75 7"777lf'7A'f?T-'L . x. ,,,.,,.. A 4 ,,,..g.,,A,,4,g-Bfrfrgmza, LOUIS DEMAREST MILTIMORE, AXA MAX MINDEL ...., ANDREW WESLEY MITCHELL, KT . HAROLD CARPENTER MITCHELL, AT EDWIN GRAHAM MULBURY, SAX . JOHN FRANCIS MURRAY, JR., SAX . BENJAMIN NAUMOFE, KN . JOHN HERMAN NAUMOFF, TEA ARTHUR BERNARD O,GRADY, BSU . STANLEY EDWARD ORBACZ . . RENWICK ADELBERT GSTENDORF, XXII LESTER BURTON OSTERHOUT, TFA . BARTHOLOMEW PANETTIERE, ATA . WILLARD POPE PARSONS, AAT SPENCER PEETS, SAX . . CHARLES BRUSH PERKINS, KA HENRY LEE PIERCE, JR. . GUSTAVE PIRK, AFT . DEFOREST CARR PITT . . EDWIN BLAIR POODRMAN, TAS GILBERT JOHN POTTER, AT . HAROLD PROVDA . 4 . JOHN GORDON RANKIN, SAX . LISLE GAIGE RECTOR . . GEORGE ALOYSIUS REICH . WILLIAM LEE ROBINSON, JR., XXI' . ROBERT ELIAS ROCKWELL, AT SAMUEL ROSENSTOCK . . JOSEPH ROTUNDO . . . VINCENT RUGGERI, ATA . l FRANKLYN EARLE RUGGLES, KT ELLIS LEWIS SADOSKY . . ELMER GEORGE ST. JOHN . FRANK SANTORE .A . JOHN FREDERICK SARNO . EDMUND ROSSITER SAWTELLE, ET . RUSSELL MILTON SCHERMERHORN . JOHN HENRY SCHNEIDER . . GEORGE FRANK SCHOENBRUN, TEA CLYDE HENRY SCHWENKER . . HAROLD SEGAL, TEA . CLARENCE ZEUYI SHU . ... -..... ..... ..........,...I..,.1,...L,.- -.,..........'..........L....... .+..... ,-..........' ..,..... .................,,., N.,-..A.....,A,A,A L, .ow ,.aG .n-,.n'mnw ...,..,--,.., ., -.,,-.. .-. .. .,..........- -Av .......,.,.......4:4nf.ln....m.,.,...4.,-..-.f.....-. . Nyack . Schenectady Lynbrook Troy, Pa. Windham . Cohoes . Schenectady . Albany . Fulton . Schenectady . Buffalo NeWburgh Brooklyn . Schenectady . Great Neck Cleveland, Ohio Barre, Mass. . Schenectady . . Albany Cincinnati, Ohio Warrensburg - . Schenectady Kalamazoo, Mich. .' Schenectady . Schenectady Hampton, Ia. Troy, Pa. . Albany Schenectady Johnstown . Schenectady . Schenectady . Schenectady . Schenectady . Amsterdam Englewood, N. J. . Schenectady . Cooperstown . Poughkeepsie . Schenectady . . Albany Wusih, China 'BL fr - V- ,...,,..,,-,. A .-....,,..,,, Y..,.-.,.-A,..,,AL...- -.PT-:,:.,.. 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JAMES WARNER KELLOGG, JR., E112 . JAMES MONROE KENNEY, JR., AT RALPH BURCH KENNEY, TFA . HENRY GEORGE KIRCULL . GEORGE SYLVESTER KERN, KCIJ ROBERT CUSHMAN KIBBE, GNE , AUGUST KORKOSZ . ' . . . . GEORGE WILLIAM LASCELLE, JR., fI1EK . CHESTER HENRY LAUTERBACH, SAX . KENNETH HUTTON LE FEVER, AT . RICHARD HENRY LEVY, ZBT . A WERNER PAUL LIEBICH . . JAMES BELLOWS LITTLE, KA . . RAYMOND FREDERICK LOUCKS, B911 HENRY -LURIE .... HAROLD MARK LUSK, ,GNE ' JOHN LUSKIN ..... WILLIAM BRUCE W. MACDONALD, BGII . EDWARD JOSEPH MALINOWSKI . PHILIP MARCUS . . . EVERETT THEODORE MAUGER . SPENCER LEROY MCCARTY . , JOHN THEODORE MCDOWELL, AXA . STUART BENTON MENDES, AAfIJ . . THOMAS STEPHENS MILLER, JR., XXII 116 Schenectady Schenectady . Scotia . J Scotia Monticello . Schenectady . . . A Walton Cornwall-on-Hudson . . Albany . Hudson Schenectady Schenectady . Albany . . Syracuse Ridgefield Park, N. J. Ridgewood, N. J. . Schenectady Schenectady New Paltz . . Scotia Gardner, Mass. Bloomfield, N. J. . Millerton . Schenectady . Westbury, L. I. . Rochester Kingston Schenectady Elsrnere Rochester Schenectady Schenectady . Scotia Schenectady Larchmont Schenectady . Poughkeepsie Schenectady . . Albany Holyoke, Mass. . Brooklyn Englewood, N. J. 1311? X11 ,ir E Y jfresbmen ....,.--.-.,....,..........-,..,........-,-..- f 7 T-551,31 , fz::,,.::::T,,, ..., , 5.1-1 1:4 7 1::::::g:,:Lg:-- A-- A '1-ay ef-QW A V. -.A,.,.-r,.-..-..-:---w--- -- - "' "f ' YVYY ......,...-,.,....,.,...,. ,.,........-..-,.,-N. W A W f1,,,,...--,:,,...,.....,...,...f--,-H-L..........,g,..,w,..L,,-,AAA ..-.-.... ---V .M--u i 4. Wigan. MJ? A in-Amr -AW- .......................-.--.Hw...-- - --W-A--M-M-R--1-'---'f--mfwm:I-'WT"""""i -TA ,- I ,.-.. ,. . ,. ,,-A.,,,.,. A.,.,.. J A. A PAUL VVILLIAM SIMSON, BGII . ALAN THOMPSON SMITH, NPT . PERCY GORDON SMITH . . RALPH HAMMOND SMITH, AHN SPENCER VINTON SMITH, XXII . HENRY CARL STAEHLE, AFT . ALFRED EDMUND STAFFORD . GEORGE THATCHER STARK, EX RALPH SEYMOUR STILLMAN, KA ARTHUR YATES TAYLOR, ECP . LEO TEITELBAUM, KN . LOUIS TISCHLER .... WILLIAM JOHN JOSEPH TONISKI, AIIN WILFRED LAWRENCE TURK . . HATHAWAY TURNER, 1IfT. . . WILBUR YERKS VAN ALSTYNE, AT . WILLIS MACDONALD VAN HOESEN, XXI' GARRETT WILLIAM VINK . . ALBERT EARL WAGAR, APT . KENNETH ELWIN WALKER, AFT WILLIAM JOHN WALKER . . ERNEST WILBERFORCE WATERS JEFFERSON WEED, NPT . . WALTER WHITAKER, BGII . CHARLES REGAN WILLIAMS, TAG THOMAS YATES WILSON, AACIJ BERNARD WINSTEIN . FRANCIS HERBERT WISE . . ROBERT EDWARD WOODWORTH, KT SCHUYLER YATES, ECP . . FRANK ZIERER, AT 'I '18 ........,..... ,,-,-.-.,.-..............-.A--1---A Seneca Falls ' . St. Louis, MO. . Troy . Schenectady Baltimore, Mid. . Schenectady . Schenectady Ridgewood, N. J. . . Troy Washington, D. C. . Schenectady Gayhead Schenectady Schenectady . Elmira . Albany Coxsackie Amsterdam . . Albany Ballston Lake Guilford, Conn. . Newark, Nr. I. Garden City Hazleton, Pa. Schenectady Schenectady . Schenectady . Schenectady E. Orange, N. J. Alliance, Ohio Rochester , 1. .V-v . .Y.xA no W l 9 Class of l 930 Class Officers EVERETT MEEHAN RICE President THOMAS FREDERICK STEPHENS' Vice-President JAMES WALTER WILEY Secretary KENNETH HOOKER WATSON I Treasurer JOHN SUMMERHAYES BEALE I Historian EVERETT MEEHAN RICE p Freshman Class History I-IE Class of 1930 entered Union the largest class in the 'recent history of the college, two hundred and fifty-nine men picked from over a thousand applicants. After fully satisfying the demands of the Entrance Committee and nearly losing our financial independence in the Treasurer's office, we immediately proceeded to satisfy our curiosity in regard to the much-heralded "SOph Inquisition? When the general mess attendant upon the scraps has been cleared away, it was found that we had won the Idol Fight and the Salt and Tomato melee, losing only the Cane Rush--quite naturally, of course. So much for our period of acclimation. The football team won all but two of its games and the basketball team has yet to meet defeat. After Mid-years, three of the players on the Frosh court squad graduated to the Varsity and played in all of that team's games from then on. In track, we easily captured the inter-class cross-country meet and many of our mem- bers are already assured of positions on Doc Bruce's Varsity squad. Four of our members are consistent point winners for the swimming team and two men have played with the hockey team. We have been at Union nearly a year now and we feel that there is not one of us who is not entering into the spirit of the college and working for the good of all. We have made a good start toward making a record which, we hope, will be ever in keeping with the best traditions of "Old U nion." Class Historian. .,.:4iJg.a4-a-.......:4:A.,...,.f-i.-..n.-..4AnU,,,... .,....,,,AE -..,...-.-.-... .- - , 1... -,...,..m..,........ ... -m.-...,..,.-.... . . 121 ""'1"E?Z ' THE FRESHMAN CLASS Q Y- --2. -...A I - .. l xi . rv V' iK..,k,,..- F A A S-W,g,i.I -if NA1'1lIAN COHEN . . EUGENE FRITSCH CONANT ROGER CONANT . . JAMES ALBEIRT COPELAND . SPOTSNVOOD WELLFORD CORBIN RICHARD MONTGOMERY CRAIG JOHN COLE CRARY . . MARSHALL ADRIAN CRAWFORD JAMES ERNEST CULLEN . . EVAN BUCHANAN CULLINGS, II WILLIAM JAMES CURRIE . . WILLIAM ERWIN CUSACK MAX JOSEPH DANSKY . VINCENT D,ANZA . . JOHN AUGUSTUS DAVIS . JOSEPH DAVIS . . . . CLAYTON FREDERICK DELAMARTER DANIEL HARDEN DEYOE, JR. . HUGH GILCHIRST DICK . . EDWARD DONALD DICKERMAN ANGELO DI DONNA . . JOSEPH DINARDO . RONALD CECIL DIXON . EDWARD CHARLES DONEY RICHARD ELLIOTT DRAPER . JOHN ANTHONY DRZEWIECKI . JAY THOMAS DUNIGAN . HARVEY SPENCER DUTCHER . THOMAS, DYAL . . KINGSBURY DYKE . . MERRILL SAMUEL EFFRON MARK EISENBERG . . JOSEPH ERLICH . MICHAEL ERPINO . .. JOHN FRANCESCO FILIPPONE . EDWARD SCOTT FINEGAN . FREDERICK DE NIKE FISHER . WILLIAM GEORGE FOLEY . WILLIAM ALLEN FOSTER, JR. . HENRY CHARLES GATES WILLIAM ROSEMAN GILGORE . CLARENCE HENRY GIRARD - . 1 Schenectady Amsterdam Amsterdam North Troy Schenectady White Plains . Albany Keene Valley Altamont Gloversville Amsterdam . Fulton Port Richmond . Albany Holyoke, Mass. Schenectady Pittsfield, Mass. Niskayuna . Delhi Brandon, Vt. Schenectady Schenectady Lake George Schenectady . Troy Schenectady . Albany Seneca Falls Bloomfield, N. J. Schenectady Poughkeepsie Schenectady Schenectady Schenectady . Albany Brooklyn Englewood, N. J. . Albany Schenectady . Utica . Scotia Schenectady ,M:.W,,,, ...-.,....,...,-ff'-'-- --AV -U -,-f--,4A- 31.:YA,..,..,- .fa-f-A--mr--A V Y M MV D , -utlgb-,A,,,,A.7,m-..1..-z-v-n--mga-K-' N' "W -"Y" WA Y W ,Y ,V YY Y , ,,A,.-,, - m A . , ..., ..,,zm.-X..,..,,.,..f..v..1...,Az.,.....,....A.AA,n,,.. , A - , . .. 123 -,AA,,:gf::-::1--:1Ag4.L:L.,A. I , fo r 3Z1Z1LiTl'WlT.1I1IiTf.'3'..Zlfif.'f.i"l2l'l1' Y .4 A MMM, M,,,4,- HL.. A -,N-M. ,,,, , . I ....I.,.............. A--M --W-V - V Freshman 'Class CARL FRANCIS ACKERBAUER' THOMAS HENDRICK ALLEN . HERBERT EUGENE ARMSTRONG ARTHUR AULISI . . . RICHARD MALCOLM BAIRD WALTER GORDON BAIRD . CLARENCE ANDREWS BARBER .. CLIFTON ASEL BARBER . . 'FREDERICK ALBERT BARR, JR. ROBERT WILLIAM BASCOM . ARTHUR EAKINS BAYLOR JOHN SUMMERHAYES BEALE . CLARENCE REINHARD BECKER ' QUENTIN REATH BENNETT . ALDEN RAEBURN BENSON HOWARD WILLIAM BIERG n . ALVIN ARCHIBALD BERGMANN . WILLIAM FEARNLEY BONNELL JOHN WESTALL BORDON, JR. . HAROLD EDWARD BOWER THOMAS SOMERVELL BOWIE . WILLIAM DENNISON BROOKE . FRANCIS DICKSON BROWN . SAMUEL EDWARD BROWN ROBERT OLIVER BULLARD EDWARD ARTHUR BURKE LEWIS FORGEE BUSSY . JOSEPH BISHOP CADY . FRANCIS DE CAMILLA . ALFRED DI CAPRIO . WILLIAM ANTON CARERO ROBERT LEONARD CARSON . CHARLES HAMMOND CASSEDY . MARTIN RUSSELL CAVANAGH . FREDERICK ALBERT CHRIST. . JOHN CLARKESON . . 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JAMES REUBEN SIMPSON Q J WILLIAM EDGAR DANFORTH CLARK LEWERTUS STOCKTON I THOMAS DONNELLY KINGSTON CORNELTUS CRANE TOZER ' Q J, ' ROBERT CHRISTOPHER WALLACE I J J 1 1 1928 I ROBERT WILLIAM DENNIS JAMES LEONARD LEWIS JAMES EMMET FINEGAN, JR. HOMER HORTON SMITH X CHRISTOPHER STAHLER, JR. I 1929 EDWARD MORSON BARNES ROBERT VINCENT HUNTER 1 THEODORE BRINKERHOFF CLAPP JAMES MONROE KENNEY, JR. 1 CARL FREDERICK FREESE WILBUR YERKS VAN ALSTYN E RICHARD DOWLING HOWGATE FRANK RICHARD ZIERER I 2 I 1930 1 EDWARD SCOTT FINEGAN RICHARD FRANKLIN RISELEY ALLAN EUGENE KLQPP, JE, WILLIAM SUMMERFIELD ROBE THEODORE SPIVEY OPPENHEIM WALTER WHITEHILL SMITH EVERETT RICE GEORGE ADAL STAHLER 7AA.,I ..... -A-A.Y H- ---YA-' -3533:gg-a1311:gif:Ai'fi7"YW'''ilififi7lA3Tl'i75i3f317Mf-373:CZTTWH "'-"-GM--n. z1v..m.mf,.vwwf,,..B,-,LI-, . ,..,,.- .CY -A 139 I li- wi: I .ff1s,J!'l?:Q15Kg9 N" U" 'Q' ' ' i:i':'1. 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JOSEPH STEINMETZ HAYDEN SPENCER VINTON SMITH A WILLIS MACDONALD VANHOESEN SAMUEL EDWARD BROWN CHARLES HOWARD KENDALL RICHARD ELLIOTT DRAPER WILLIAM TALBOT MCEWAN MORTON JOSEPH HENAFELT GARNER WADE REED ELSWOOD SMART HILL - WALTER GHORING RYON GRANVILLE HILLS ANDREW R- SMITH ROBERT KEATS JENNINGS ELDRED JOSEPH STEVENS L-- - JfGEf'7fflfQfQffQiff,fQQf IIII EAEE -AH'-A AAEE E 141 I ...,,...,,m..- JXWQRI-1 --...,.... ?2Li5Ei'?f.Zg,,:.:::...-g::',1M.7,:::::44, . ,' :.1i4::'t:.Ji::"f-fy, I I ,, J... -- ....,....,......,..Q7..,....,-.. ,, W Y , ,-A, V ---- A--A-.., ..,.,,....................... -AH---------------------w-A-'N ---A ------ --- -fufffjifi "M "MN---""':.'::T:LT:ZI.:'.T:7I IC i' Psi I Founded at Uniohgv I84I Active Cha.ptersff24 I III I I I I I I I I I I I I I s I I , I! I: II I I If I j, II I: Ii II In I If I I I . III III ,IH I I I I 5? I: I I . I I II II fI I 'I Il 'I I I I . I , , , .I I I 1:21 II! III? 1 Ir. III I I I l , I I I I I I I I I 1 I I I I I I I I I I Q 1,1 1113 , 1 1 E 1 1 1 J 1, S115 1 Effi 111 ? 1 1 I 11 We Alpha Charge Of Theta Delta Chi Established in 1847 Fratres in Facultate ROBERT WARNER CRONVELL MORTON COLLEN STEWART J 1 Fratres in Universitate A w 1927 WALLACE NEILSON HARPELL KARGES EDWARD LAUTERBACH T STUART LANSING VAN DERZEE I928 LUIS DIEZ DE ULZURRUN J 1929 11 KENNETH LEO COOLEY EDWIN GRAHAM MULBURY 1 t CARL HAROLD JOHNSON CHESTER HENRY LAUTERBACH EUGENE FRITSCH CONANT ROGER CONANT WILLIAM IRWIN CUSACK HUGH GILCHRIST DICK 1 -...i,--A'-x-shim 1 .......,,,,-A,-.BH-MW'm4L: - -1 i. , , ,, , -qi-gk--A --. ,,,-,,, I A W""b-v-----v.ILZlIf:.Tf.".llIl' 1,121 . I' 4 ,, V l 3.....m ,,.,, , JOHN FRANCIS MURRAY JOHN GORDON RANKIN 1930 A HQARVEY SPENCER DUTCHER FRANK JOSEPH LANGR GORDON BARTON MOSHER 4 EDWIN DANIEL SWEENEY ALEXANDER LISTON TANNER ' ,.,..,.L,,... ,.,,,.,. .. 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JAMES MILLS ROBESON HUGH KING WRIGHT HORACE WEST KNIGHT WILLARD POPE PARSONS THOMAS YATES WILSON FRANK MILTON KNIGHT CHARLES MARK MCCRILLIS ROBERT EDWIN SCHOLLY GEORGE FREDRIC SIMMONS WALTER LLEWELLYN WEBSTER, JR. 145 . 1,2 'Dwi W,, ,,, f:1.L.m wx . 4- , Alphaf Delta Phi Foundedwvdt I-Iamilton, 1832 Activ4e Chapters, Z6 il 4114 I i :JS . X 21'5Q'Y4.1 N21 -. 'ilu-,51.14,1 sux I, I1 K A X gl , . 45 . J ,J 1 E 1 1 1 u Of Beta Theta Pi Established 1881 Fratres in Facultate EDWARD ELLERY Fratres in Universitate 1927 1 CLARENCE EDWARD HABER 1928 CLIFFORD WALTER CONNELL GLENN BEVERIDGE COULTER ROBERT EARL DEFRIEST LELAND GREAVES DEWEY :I-OHN HERBERT FREE , DONALD MORTIMER GIBBS GEORGE LIPPINCOTT VAN CURAN CHARLES EMERSON GREGORY JAMES MARTIN HANLEY, JR. LEONARD OWEN KIRSCHNER GUY PAYNE, JR. HORACE ELWOOD PIKE BENJAMIN FRANKLIN REINHART LAURENCE HENRY VAN DYCK 1929 PHILIP MINCH BARNES RAYMOND FREDRICK LOUCKS WILLIAM BRUCE WIDENER MACDONALD 1930 FREDRICK ALBERT BARR CHARLES HAMMOND CASSEDY DANIEL HARDEN DEYOE HARVY PORTER HALL ARTHUR BERNARD 0'GRADY PAUL WILLIAM SIMSON WALTER DAVID WHITAKER ROBERT KINKLE LENZ NELSON WALLACE NITCHMAN RALSTON BRAIDWOOD REID BINTON VINCENT SHANNON WALTER ASHTON SWICK 1 A A A A A A AW 1 1 -.. ..,3..,.,,Y-,f., - ,..1,- .-.A.- W A M-.. - - --- .- - -A --H - - - FNWYYK , -,,,, ,,,,,,,,. ,,.,,- ,.,..., 147 F' M, , 4'Hf+3QW4f"Q- :M V V A V U I - ,, . - v . .fn --,- , .fv .-. ..,, , , ,,M..W--,,..w-.-.--.....,Q.-..-.v......-.-....., ' " ' " ' 'Ar 4" 4' , wb' ',,,17.ii',,,2ii11I1l2.lIJK.'I.."fZIfIl1I""L""""'T ' f. Wifi? ff., ,Q ..., ..,., A :'ff:2.flilfllfim-1 1 fi4"llvfl--f'-'ff' lfff'1 if M, ff, Y 1 l H 141' w I 3' ,1 . Q , ,Ji , I in A ix ., R ' ' . 1 1 . ,L . ,. . 1 1 .. 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I PAUL ARNOLD DILLINGHAM CHARLES REGAN WILLIAMS MELVILLE SPAULDING HAWLEY I ' l930 ALVIN ARCHIBALD BERGMANN PHILLIP HENRY HYDOSPIS NOERAGER EVAN BUCHANAN CULLINGS, II CORNELIUS ANDREW FRANCIS RYAN, JR WILLIAM HAYES DE ROUVILLE MARTIN EDWIN WAHL DONALD HERMAN HALENZA IRA CHARLES WERLE GEORGE GORDON KNIGHT A KIETH HINTON WILCOX H. .. ,Az-.,.. -A .,,, .,..,..LA:....,,:wf--A-723-At-.- ,,:f2-.Q --:AAA.A,A..'--,.LA.,,.,.,..A,A....,.A.......,...A.....A... .A I. ., A ,,,.,,,,,.A..Y. A -' - -' ix Y V, , AI Q, ,,.:.....:.,,A - ..uAL-fQ--f--f-L-----A--- 149 3':1:ig1f'1igi1ij:::p.t...Qfjfgsn ' v ..,,, ., :fx p Wljjjjf 3u3,,,,,, .. -,.....,,.-,, .-........,...,...F...-, 4.--,,,,.. ,..,- . .. Phi -Delta Theta Founded Miami Uliiversity, 1848 Active Chapters, 96 1 41-8 I I I I J Ii H fr Li ii Q! se 'C if EI EF S :I H JE Q' I Ag! ii Ch' f Ph' C D I A 1 O 1 amma C ta 'I Established 1893 ' Fratres in Facultate A HAROLD ANSON BRUCE JAMES MASON CLINE iM DONALD FORRESTER CAMERON A RAYMOND MORSE HERRICK iv iN Fratres in Universitate ' 1927 I CHARLES A. BOUTEILLER WINTHROP ALVIN MACMASTER A i RALPH SCHIEMER CROSS HAROLD ARTHUR NADEAU I ROSWELL EMERSON FISHER CHARLES! AUGUSTUS SKILLMAN, JR. H JACKSON HUNTER TAYLOR ' A FREDERICK ERLE ACKLEY LEWIS WENIGER FREIDERICH A FRANCIS CHARLES BRADT WALTER JAY FREIDERICH J HENRY SEARS BROWN, JR. JOHN FRANCIS GRIBBON, JR. A ROBERT EASTERLY CLARK LYON HASTINGS DANIEL RICHARD WEEKS PRESTON ROBINSON CLARK RALPH BURCH KENNEY GLENN PORTER DALTON HERBERT LAWRENCE EGNER WILLIAM ROSSMAN GILGORE LESTER BURTIN OSTERHOUT 1930 I RICHARD MALCOLM BAIRD WILLARD CHARLES KNIGHT H ALDEN RAEBURN BENSON KENNETH WATSON RICHARDS HENRY CHARLES GATES ULYSSES GRANT WARREN, H ROGER WESLEY HOGS, KENNETH HOOKER WATSON - JAMES W. WILEY V ' I 1 I V I I ill?l41slClr::::1.z::g::.:L:tii .,Y, AAA551i'22f:::i.:,zg..:i432:11 .... , A A --A- ff ""1 A '5"l',y,i.ff .,,,,L A 1 151 W Fffflxk, , ' f ..LLL:1:1A:1-iz .,.L-1:::g,:..A1:,:.1. :1:::,:.g.'-..t 4... qi4"L4: Qnw-.x'l'::iZ:l3l:1:::: ,H--.Y..., .,. ....... . rr., . ,- 1.x..?.1L,-.Q , . ..A. ., .Y , -. A Min A... ... , -I M-A 5' e 3 E 1 1 i Z S 31 ? e . E 5 . Y i A f 2 2 5 I 5 1 I I ! K 4 a I 4 1 5 i 2 K E ! . " ' 1 k.-.-,A, l . ,liagirjif 1- ta ' f Founded ai: Jefferson, 1848 31 A ',1-'W, "f.: 55 .,'i f,7,,g Avg' V 4 N ..,, MZ," : Active Chapte 66 gram ' 4 ,A ' ' I if- :f2 , Fi-Awe 1 1 AQ :SUM I 150 1 1 f x",A A , 1 111, ' 1 1 1 I I 5, I I 1 1 1 1 1 1 ,K 1 1 1 yi I Q J 1 21 B 1 11 J I 11 I 1 ' 1 Rho of Lambda Chi Alpha Established 191 5 J Fratres in A Facultate 1 1 I LEON WILSON GODSHALL CHARLES RODNEY PITTS Y FREDERICK WARREN GROVER IRWIN STOLL NEWBURY Fratres in Universitate , 11 1927 9 lit J COLE ESKER JOHNSON KENNETH GEBHART MAYBE 1 CHARLES GREENE HASKELL HAROLD LOOMIS HOLMES JAMES MARSHALL O,NEiL 1 1928 FRANK EMLEN MCLANE ROSS CORNELIUS LINDBLOOM ARTHUR HALSEY DICKINSON . JOHN HAROLD KJOLSETH GOODRICH LANE JOHNSON ARNOLD BRADFORD WYCKOFF WILLIAM HENRY RAYMOND 1' I 929 1 JOSEPH EDMOND CORRIGAN LOUIS DEMAREST MILTIMORE JOHN THEODORE MCDOWELL DELEVAN DELONG 1 A JOHN HENRY SCHNEIDER J FRANK WILLIAM HIGGINS ' FREDERICK WILLARD BECKER 1930 LOUIS RUPPERT BUDRGDR ., GEORGE RUSSELL MAROLD DONALD JAMES VANKEURAN 3 HELDEH GEQRGE HEDGES WAINO MATHIAS KOLEHMAINEN RAYMOND GEORGE SMITH WADE EDWARD GDTT 1 ROBERT BENJAMIN FRANKLIN MCDONNELL JAMES EDWARD SMITH 1 1 1 I 1 1 k""S"'-5 1-A ...-.,-,.. A ,A A Y , , V I I Y ffir M Y E 1 , Y' V' 'I ' .. -L112""""----- A.,--In----,.Y..-....-,-I.. ..C1II I AA, .,I, , ,. 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ERWIN AUGUST HECK HAROLD VINCENT LAMBERSON JOHN HAROLD LARRABEE ' WILLIAM FRANK MARQUET ' 928 CALVIN SANFORD BORTHWICK RAYMOND GARRET BRIGGS MILES STANDISH FAVOUR 1929 1930 CLIFFORD JEREMIAH BUCKBEE ARTHUR EAKINS BAYLOR EDWARD DONALD DICKERMAN ROLAND HOYT GREEN GERALD RAYMOND HALLENBECK ANDREW THOMAS HENDERSON WILDRIDGE LESTER ELMER DUDLEY GOODALE ROBERT ARTHUR JOHNSON WILLIAM HENRY MEYER GEORGE ANSON BUELL RALPH ADOLF HOLMGREN CARL EDWARD KINUM PERRY REYNOLDS MADGEE THEODORE RICHARD MCILWAINE JAMES ELNATHAN PERSONIUS TERRY A 157 1 I 11 11 1 1 i 11 1 I 1 1 I I 11 1 151 1 I , 1 1 1 11: 1 U11 211 ii ' 1 11 ,1 .1 1 11 11 1 1 1 11 1-1 1 1' 111 "11 1 111. ,1 K! 1 1 '11 111 I GT 5 71097413 1 .Amjgxj-"' I pw., .A,,, -.M.,,.,k ,,,,L,, .,,, M, .-,, .- ,,... , u,4. , -,,....,.1,0...........1A...11,1- ,IJ,'ji13LAQS'jjg1,,-,122 - '14 ilzggill..'L3g1:I.gL11,Lf1lM1TlLi1.1 LZLIXW-i Z.-..""AL-N W":1k,, A M- AQ------N-1-M ff--M M -A-' f- Q-'-A'-' AL 'HH4-1"'M"'"""'M"""""""""""""'V"""""""""':'-l 11fwyilliiii??f?i?Eii:5?y?3??1f5iif TWf 1 fiZ'3l'L" 'MM ' A 1 1'"1--l'2i1E2E2-E212--1-fTQW1if4QE1ll2iA-Zfiiifmf-1:11 1 1 ww 1' "A 'Wui' ' M1" mgw' w M m 1 11 1 1 1 111 Q1 11 1411 1 11 1 11! 13,i 1 11 ' Hi' 1 11 1, ' 1 1 1 1 111 1 111 11 111 1 1 1 VNS 1"1 ,15 -1 F11 11 5 M1! 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V 1 5 9 Epsilon of Phi Sigma Delta Established 1914 Founded at Columbia University, 1909 Active Chapters, I8 Fraters in Universitate JACOB FRUMKIN ' HYMAN SACHAROFF MELVIN ZURETT HYMAN SCHLUSBERG ,LoUIs D. GOLDBERG JULIUS MUFFSON GEORGE FRANK SCHOENBRUN HERMAN HENRY COPLON ELLIS SADOSKY JOSEPH NAUMOFF HAROLD SEGAL MERRILL SAMUEL EFFRON ROBERT MARGOLIUS ALFRED JOSEPH REU-ER NATHANIEL HERBERT MENDELSON I ALEXANDER GOLDBERG 159 w 5 r- .L , A A ..,,-AQQ .A.. v 2,f 4,51 N V. S.. . 'V.A W 6 il , J I' I P s :Q 1' gt f 1 1, it Ir 1' A, ,, 45 1 -1 If ,, ia at 72 In 2 I 1! H ,J i 1 , 4 . ' 1 1 , v it A ii fi is 5' fi Qi H, A l I K is ge Q! 'E EE ii 7: A . A +3 1: is Established 1909 E Ei A , i, O, A i S E I 51 , ,. . is I 1, A , I. ,g 31' gg: A1-':.'-L ,Al 2 , Ql1,,1L'f'1:"e1f1ff,' fi M , ,TZ ' I G Q A ww.. ......,. ..,--.,-.-.--,.....Y..,...,,-.,,.,.,.. 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Vs'-WP 'mf 5,39 12-f1'1"xf,,X I., A Theta Nu Epsilon Fraterv in Facultaite BRYAN LAWRENCE CARPENTER Fratres in Universitate 1927 WILFRED GILBERT CARPENTER WARREN LEWIS DOTY CHARLES KENNETH DUBOIS GEORGE EDWARD FOSTER, IR. HENRY EDWARD GALLOWAY 1928 EVERETT NORMAN PERKINS , FRED LUMAN ROBINSON PERRY STUART 1929 EDSON STEVENS BARNES RAYMOND LESLIE EVELETI-I HAROLD FRANCIS HOOSE WILLIAM FIEDLER 1930 VINCENT D,ANZA SEEBER CAMERON TARBELL HENRY FRANKLIN KRECKMAN - WALTER GORDON BAIRD SAMUEL MOODY HESSON LESTER TURNER MOSTON WARREN LYON NELSON HERBERT NEWELL QTIS RONALD BRUCE STEEVES HAROLD LEON TARBELL WILLIAM YAGER ROBERT CUSHMAN KIBBIE HAROLD MARK LUSK LEROY I. HARDY WILLIAM HOYT JOHN CLARKESON LYNWOOD TOWER STODDEN JOHN AUGUSTUS DAVIS I If 163 I 2 lp . 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WALSIPI JOSEPH PADULA ,.! 254' f an"'+ , I -, .., ' . ,l .qMW1'y!.r,?.i 7 E" I X 5- 'J I 5 ! 1 fi! 1 I I Q 4: I , 5 Ia I Sigma Lambda Chi Founded at Union, 1926 Active Chapters, I Fratres in Universitate HAROLD LOUIS MARKSON LOUIS HAROLD KOSATZKY MILTON MICHAEL ENZER MAX MINDELI PHILIP HAROLD FRANKEL LOUIS TISCHLER JACOB HUGO HYMAN SAMUEL ROSENSTOCK I LEON SIDNEY IMREY HENRY KOBLINTL PHILIP ROSENBERG .,,,.....L...,..........,..,............-...,..,.......-.Y,...,L..,., ,,,.. -..A..A,,.,.,. ..v.. .-.. .L ..-JL . ., . , , , V , . ,. :mn-,.Q,1..IAAA...H.,.....,L LL, . .... ,AA ,......... . ...L.,....A...Y ALL-.. 169 ', I lC'Tjwj.g::I,NxyJ, 3 -4-H All "P gg, ' - 'jg,I2111'J'L.'Ql..'.iTfill'A'T75IL37-'l"ll3755f-:53Q'------"'--'-'-. 'WMM-wwf' ' '-'HW LEWIS TREMONTE' FRANK A. GRASSO NICHOLAS F. BRIGNOLA THOMAS G. ADINOLFI ARTHUR AULISI ALFRED DI CAPRIO Alpha Phi Delta Founded at Union, I926 Active Chapters, I Iionorary LOUIS I. RINALDI I928 I929 I93O JYOI-IN F. FILIPPONE I IIS FRANK SANTORE THOMAS M. CAUNELLA BARTHOLOMEVV PANELTIERE VINCENT RUGGERI ANGELO DI DOUNA MIC!-IAEIJ ERPINO ...,,...-.-..........,, ,.......... ...,..,,-......f A . . .... .,.. , ...,.....-.,,.A..............,...n...-....,,.,,.........................., I 1 I II I II I I I I II I I II I II I I , I I ,I x. 'I I. I 5: il I I: I1 51 , I I is II I .I I'I 1 ,I- I 3 I I , I ' 1 I I DR. GEORGE D. KELLOGG MR. JOHN C. VAN VOAST MR. ROBERT J. LANDON . DR. MORTON C. STEWART HENRY S. BAELER DR. FRANK C. BARNES JOHN R. BAUCHELLE . DR. JAMES W. BLACK BRYAN L. CARPENTER ' ' DR. HARRISON C. COFFIN PROF. ROBERT W. CROWELL DAVID M. DEFOREST DEAN EDWARD ELLERY GEORGE W. FEATHERSTONAUGH JACOB M. FRANKEL DEAN C. F. F. GARIS HENRY GLEN DR. EDWARD E. HALE EDWARD F. HENNELLY DR. FRANK S. HOFFMAN DR. LEONARD C. JONES ROBERT J. LANDON ARTHUR HOWARD ABELL JOSEPH DANIEL ALLEN HYMAN BEDNOWITZ EDWARD LINUS CARROLL CHARLES KENNETH DUB OIS ALhIA,..Sf,..Aa., ' ' A A 'A-nl.. fs A- f.'.1.,,,, "1 P., YT F .1 H." . A , iw-1.-,WI,',y,,.. I-1 Q , kg Phi Beta Kappa Alpha Of New York Officers . President Vice-President . Treasurer Corresporzdru g Secretary Resident Members DR. HAROLD A. LARRABEE DR. JOHN L. MARCH DR. DAVID S. MORSE FRANK W. MCCLELLAN LOUIS OPPENHEIM PROF. HOWARD GPDYKE DR. WILLIAM L. PEARSON MATHIAS P. POERSCH REV. CLAYTON J. POTTER PRESIDENT CHARLES A. RICHMOND .HYMAN SACHEROFF MARVIN H. STRONG PROF. JOHN N. D. VEDDER PROF. PETER I. WOLD EDWARD C. WHITMYER DR. THOMAS A. WILSON JOHN C. VAN VOAST DR. JOHN C. YOUNIE Members Elected, 1927 SAMUEL MOODIE HESSON ISRAEL LOUIS KATZ DONALD LEWIS MILLHAM LESTER TURNER MOSTON THOMAS PATRICK JOSEPH WARREN LYON NELSON MCLAUGHLIN . ,.,,.,..,,... 171 1 1 1 1 1 1 11 I 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 -1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 11 11 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 11 11 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 WIA.. M, .. .. 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MAVOR . I. PROF. CHARLES B. HURD ., 5. J . . Vice-Preszdent . Secretary- Treasuref I 'E 31 2, lyfi 0 53 Active Members 31A ERNEST J. BERG CHARLES T. MALE Ju A fi DAVID M. DEFOREST 1 if 'J EDWARD ELLERY I IW 4- JAMES W. MAVOR DAVID S. MORSE CHARLES F. F. GARIS CHARLES R. PITTS F. W. GROVERU MORTIMER F. SAYRE SYLVESTER J. HAEFNER MERIT SCOTT Ji DANIEL R. HARPER, SRD EDWARD S. C. SMITH Ai V CHARLES B. HURD ' HENRY K. SVENSON A My JAMES M. HYATT .I . , Ii I JOHN W. KERN WARREN C. TAYLOR JOHN N. VEDDER .V . ROY H. KIENLE THOMAS A. WILSON Eg .wr 1. +1 A3 Q. gi PETER I. WOLD 3555 if :X N U1 i an fiifi .nf 1' sg WW . - si ?g -15 Associate Members jig? 2? EDWIN W. HAMLIN ' BIRGER W. NORDLANDER iff ANTHONY DEH. HOADLEY EARL W. POWELL Wi 52 W . FLOYD E.ULRICH " ' . ff gf Members Elected 1927 .I ,J 55 FN I . if gi? .235 Full Membership life QU' 25 M HUGH MILLER fig Eg ii 'JE is . 1 9 I 1 J: - M Vi! if 1 'I-4 gi lj if P-ig Associate Membership zz Z s i 2 I S . I . i if ' ii yi ' xi 25 'J ANATOLE AVTZINE I E HAROLD T. MASER I -M 5 HENRY B. ARTHUR ELLIOT S. MOORE J, JJ N RICHARD W. BRIGHAM LESTER T. MOSTON' I i M 5 gfgg WILLIAM F. BRZOSTEK i 5: .Q g fl HERBERT N. GTIS .5 I... W WILLIAM E. DANEORTH, JR. JAMES R, SIMPSON H I H A 4 WALTER GUSTAESON DUDLEY C. SMITH gi i GEORGE R. STIBITZ 45 5525 E524 U 23 3 51 gig QE ii ' 'z .. 172 , LJ xx I " W i .1 -MU, ,xx .f w X L Mm. yi .y:l,r,ii- ,GI ld 1 X' 5 1. V' . . , . l P HAROLD ANSON BRUCE Director of Physical Training and Athletics, Coach of Track and Field and Cross-Country, President of The Athletic Board URING the past three years of constructive athletic progress We have found Harold Anson Bruce to be a Wise and thoughtful executive, progressive in policy and fearless in carrying out his program. The Department of Physical Training and Athletics has flourished under his administration as never before. As president of the Athletic Board, his judicious counsel and squareness to all sports has been ever apparent, While the "athletics for all" idea has been Well or- ganized. ' Properly equipped teams, a good schedule making policy and improvements in the gymnasium and athletic field together With a policy of economy has made apparent the fact that a good business man Who knows his job is at the helm. Without question "Doc" Bruce's track and field and cross-country teams de- veloped from untried material have not only been the strongest in the history of these sports at Union but these branches of athletics are Without question Union's most successful sports. . 17,5 --1-Q-rw--1--..---.-9.--.-.,.,.. -.V-....-..-V .,,, Y , , ,W A, . , , R , , A , ,.,, , ,,- VM M A Y YV -I Y YYVV W Y 0 V V umm'--V H , ii . ---W-H -. ., ...---. - . -. - , - -.- .. .- v. ...-. V A. - - . - My .v -- - -. -. , .,...., . 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V.,,,...,.,..,..Y,....m.,......a 5 , ...si yn 'ite ij? i A 4 3 2 ge 5? 5? --'WH-M---------V-M---'------1--H-'A---W'-W-A-v--M---V -W 1--.WM..,.- ,mmq v 1 1 hug 4 Il, J. HAROLD WITTNER - Assistant Director of Physical Training and Athletics, Coach of Varsity Baseball and Freshman Football and Basketball COACHES DEPARTMENT First row, left to right: BELLINGER, Football Assistant, THOMPSON, Golf , WITTNER, Baseball and Freshman Sports and, Assistant Director of Athletics, BRUCE, Director of Athletics and Coach of Track and Field and Cross-Country, LEARY, Football, FosTER, Football Assistant, Frrz, Boxing and Trainer of Varsity Teams. . Second row: HARDMAN, Basketball, MILLER, Fencmg, STARZENSKI, Lacrosse, LARRABEE, Hockey, RINALDI, Basketball Assistant. 177 5 HOWARD OPDYKE Secretary and Assistant-Treasurer of The Athletic Board ATHLETIC BOARD OF UNION COLLEGE First row, left to right: JOHNSON, '275 H. F. JDEVVEY, H. A. BRUCE, DEAN O. F. F. GAR.1s PROF. 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A H - mq M. ff 425' ww Q Q L..4f.. .4 2 iy -, ,' " -.si f 4 .g ..- ' .. , .. 1. MAJOR SPORT REBISEN JOHNSON, JR., Football WALTER J. FRIEDERICH, Track K Q1 A, 1 F, My , 4 f'-La ff Q, 'X-VAN Hr x 4 ' ,, ' , Wx' ' 1 ' ' 'JP' 3 -A 'B 'A xg? F I 'L ,7'XhX'f . N. " L k ' . , x W' V aff' .. mf 3 fx 'law ,f -, . , W , -- .M .ff ,821 ..L..X .wk A vga- ...LW ., .., .NM ,.--.,....,...,sff,. k,,,, , YJ 4, . 'W M4 , 4 ' MAN 4+ --.s. - ,W x uf. ffgitxiy, .VM M . X KQBA X557 .. ff' ,Q ' X -- 5 M5 Wx- 5' f , A W W , I-,.l , lgfq, L, 1-' .pd ,M iff AGERS ROSWELL E. Flsmzn, Iiaslfelball WINTHROP A. BMCM.-xsTr:R, Baseball 179 m I ' . I 1 4 1 .. ,. ,. WM... A. Y NE- vm . .S-'.X..f miiwi MAJOR. H111 ERT CAPTAINS W. BENNETT SKANE, Football J. NIMQSIIALI, O'N.mu., I91 zsi.fvlImII THOMAS P. J. NICLAUGI-ILI'N, 7Y7'6t,f7A7 CLAmcNc1c E. 1 l.u:mu, Baseball 173 "7" ll V X i i wg. 5 A E Q V I x L i 4 I Q E . K Q. x E S 1 w L 1 I I l H ,H lf' M lil 1 ,I l I I 1 1.71. Y ,M 1,44 Pr - 1 't kg flcffsxrrii xg. xp 4, 1 -I x ef- -, volt T . 1- 111 l Z Football, l926 PERRY E. LEARY . . NORTHRUP T. BELLINGER HARRY C. FOSTER . . WILLIAM BENNETT SKANE REMSON JOHNSON, JR. . HOMER H. SMITH . CLARK, ENGEL, CAUAD . HANSEN . . HECK, RYON . DAVIS, NELSON KINGSTON, CROSS . ADAMS . . , . . MULQUEEN, BHARSTOW . HOEHN, CLIFFORD, HYLAND SKANE, MCLANE . . BRIGHAM, LAUTERBAOI-I . PRATT, BULL, SLATTERY, CAUAD Union Union Union Union Union Union Union Union Union Officers Team Scores O St. Lawrence 0 Columbia 3 - Norwich 0 ' Hobart V 21 R. P. I. 15 Williams 0 Amherst 36 Hamilton Points Scored 75, Opponents . . Coach Assistant Coach Assistant Coach . . Captain . . M an ager Assistant M anager . Right End . Right Tackle . Right Cnard . Center Left Guard Left Tackle Left End . Quarterback . Right H abfback . Left H abfback . Fnllback -i-ii,.,....-...,........,....--.....--...Y.,Y-.Y - A . . . I ..,-......f ....,,,..-.. L--A ' Qgww --.........-Q.-...-,M-.,........-.--.,.cv..,-U., .. A Af, -. A ian... . . L. , .. 4. .- W- Y -f --V - -r - M" 6 ..... , .I,.LA.,. - I l 8 l 2 4 A -- -f- --'-1' .....-,. - ..-W -.,-.Lm..-1..,-.,, A- NS-'A-L A' I VARSITY FOOTBALL TEAM ' First row, left to right: CROSS, HANSEN, KINGSTON, RYON, CAPTAIN SKANE, BULL, MTILQUEEN, BRIGHAM, DAVIS, PRATT, CAPTAIN-ELECT ADAMS, NELSON, HECK Second row: ENGEL, SLATTERY, BARSTOW, CLIFFORD, DURKEE, O,NEIL, JONES, MCLANE, CORRIGAN, COOLEY, BARTLETT, FINEGAN, LAUTERBACH, HOEHN, DU BOIS, FRIEDERICH Third row: MANAGER JOHNSON, CLARK, HYLAND, MORRIS, ASSISTANT COACH FOSTER, CANNELL A, LITTLE, BROWN, ROBINSON, GAROFALO, ASSISTANT COACH BELLINGER, COACH LEARY I ,,,-,A,.,,.. ,,,,- L, Qgpnggk ..4.,....nau.- Fila-"Q-A -' ETAQJP " " Ig"" 'Ti T' r + R q kr -1 ll! I 1 V - BRIGHAM CLEARS WAY FOR NICLANE Union, 0-Columbia, 26 October 2, 1926 UNION COLUMBIA CLARK Right Ehd HYDE ADAMS Right Tackle REYNOLDS HECK Right Guard - CUNOE KINGSTON Cehter FRENCH DAVIS Left Guard SHAW HANSEN Left Tackle KERRIGAN BARSTOW Left Erid . FUREY HOEHN ' Quarterback . EMPRINGHAM BULL Right Hahfbach MADDEN SKANE Left H ahfbaeh SESIT BRIGHAM Fallback I RIGER Score by Periods Columbia ............ 7 l3 6 O-26 l Union ............... O O 0 U- 0 Touchdowns-Emphringham, Madden CZD, Sesit. Goals from touchdowns- Madden CZD. Referee-H. C. McGrath, Boston. Umpire-C. C. McCarthy, Georgetown. Head linesman-J. E. Ingersoll, Dartmouth. Time of periods-15 minutes. Substitutes-Columbia: Adler for French, Alkoff for Cuneo, Norris for Reynolds, French for Adler, K. Williams for Hyde, Green for Madden, Makser for Alkoff, Rieger for Norris, Matthews for Sesit, Kumpf for Rieger, Pond for Cueno. Union: Lauterbach for Bull, Hyland for Hoehn, McLane for Lauterbach, Engle for Barstow, Ryon for Heck, Cross for Davis, Ryon for Davis. '-6----------r -----v- -V-.a1...............,,,n,.,.,L, , - .Q , . .. .-. -..-. -.M M A A--f-UA. -luv--N -pf----- - ------e------7-------- 183 t W, A li il it .K il 1 . 1' . ,il . V ll ,lj . A 'L W Hi qi 2 .Ml l ll' '1 I :r:'....,""'T"...,.,.,..,,.:3::f.:.C::::..........v.''H"'f':.:.'g.:4T4:'.:.'.T,2iLZ:i14.1:::g::g:.:.g..T:1:,..L:LL:Lg.n' ,..''...,..'ff:1 2hY'efflllllLgiiilllillijisijllifxiiil-113'-2'iQ1ffijggf'-f -.i:f.f"f?f A- f ---- l l l f L A BARSTOW GETS PASS FROM HYLAND IN ST. LAWRENCE GAME . Union, 0-St. Lawrence, 0 ' S i , .September 25, 1926 A l li UNIQN ST. LAWRENCE K l BARSTOW Left End . NIANERO ll my ADAMS ' Left TCZCIIEZG I GREEN ll DAVIS Left Guard BILAS NELSON Center LAPLATNEY Q W HECK RtghtGttard GOEBKE l MULQUEEN Right Tackle BARRETT . CLARK RightE1ftd COHEN l 'Ha T 1 My HYLAND Quarterback WILLIAMS l li , SKANE Right Hawnack HOWE , . I ' U T A BRIGHAM Left Habfback LIGHTFOOT ., . A HOEHN Fttllback APPLETON ,Vi i " i ll l A 0 Score by Periods V Union ................. O O 0 O---O li ' St. Lawrence ........,.. 0 0 0 0--O if il mi l ill ' 1, Ml Referee, Benzoni, Colgate. Umpire, Ripley, Colgate. Head Linesman, Shields, Brown. Time of- periods, fifteen minutes each. i 'l Substitutions---St. Lawrence-Vreeland for Barrettg McAndrews for Apple- Q Y tong Dobbs for .Howeg King for LaPlatneyg Page for Coheng Wilcox for Perkelg fx 3 if Robinson for Bilasg Young for Dobbsg Gliskey for Young, Wettie for Lightfootg i I u '- u e no If it Lightfoot for Dobbs. Union---.Kingston for Nelsong Cross for Davisg Clifford for tg Hylandg Lauterbach for Hoehng Slattery for Barstowg Hansen for Heckg Hyland li till for Clifford. 3 it i i l lfll lf ill: ll 182 ..."'gi.','.,li' ,. li,vq'f.'v3w if ..f., , l MULQUEEN HURRIES ANDERSON,S PASS, R. P. I. GAME i Union, 21-R. P. I., 6 UNION 0CtOb6I' 23, 1926 R, P, I, CLARK Right Erzd . WATROUS HANSEN Right Tackle . FITZGERALD RYON Right Guard A M AUSNER DAVIS Center NICHOLS NELSON Left Guard . BLAKE ADAMS Left Tackle . STAMMBERGER MULQUEEN Left End . SCHAEFER HOEHN Quarterback DIEHL MCLANE Right H alfback H ERRERA SKANE Left H ahfback SCHILLER PRATT . . Fallback ANDERSON Score by Periods ' . Union ................ O 7 7 7-21 ' R. P. I. .............. O 0 6 0- 6 Touchdovvns-McLane, Clark, Clifford, Nichols. Goals from touchdowns- Hoehn 2, Clifford. Referee-A. W. Risley, Colgate. Umpire-P. H. Draper, Williams. Head linesman-K. W. Martindale, N. Y. U. Time of periods-15 minutes each. ' Substitutions-Union, Barstow for Mulqueen, Hyland for Skane, Kingston for Nelson, Clifford for Hoehn, Heck for Ryon, Lauterbach for McLane, Brigham for Lauterbach, Mulqueen for Barstow, Skane for Hyland, Nelson for Kingston, Ryon for Heck, McLane for Brigham, Heck for Ryon, Kingston for Nelson, Cross for Kingston, R. P. I., Matasunaye for Schaefer, MacNaughter for Schiller, Reuther for Diehl, Wooding for Fitzgerald, Diehl for Reuther, Disbrow for Stammberger, Fitzgerald for Wooding, Carson for Matasunaye, Schaefer for Carson, Schiller for MacNaugher, MacNaugher for Schiller, Wade for MacNaugher. C PM if 185 f 'L Wfgifife- L . R 1 i ii. TI Aw,-,Alu-Yr YM --- - ,......-, .. , W -..,...,.,.,..,.... ...., K, .. .,.,-......a lv- --W---Q-W ---f-4"r"r ...,...,,.m.-. .,.v...............,.....-...............v ..., , .-i. .. ..,,.. W...-......a.,.....,......,.-...... , Union, 3-Norwich, I4 1 October 9, 1926 - 5 . 1 A 1 I 9 .E M UNIGN NORWICH CLARK Right Eud ' BEDELL ADAMS Right Tackle HOURIN RYON . . Right Guard KENDELL KINGSTON Ce'VL7fe1' CROWLEY DAVIS , , Left Guard REIRDEN HANSEN . . Left Tackle MOLTER MULQUEEN Left .Erid DUNLAP HOEHN . Quarterback SHERMAN BRIGHAM . Right Hayback . BUTLER SKANE . . Left Halfback BEVERDGE BULL Fullback . MAKER Score by Periods A . ,L Union ................ 0300--3 A Norwich ....,......... 0 7 0 7--14 ll T ouchdowns-Norwich, Dunlap, Sherman. Goals from touchdowns-Bev i F erdge, Sherman. Field Goals-Union, Hoehn. ' Referee-Gowey, Syracuse. Urn- , 1151 pire-Draper, Williams. Head Linesman-Murray, Williams. Time of periods-- lg gg 5 12 minutes. ill? Substitutions--Norwich: Andrews for Bedell, .Maher for Beverdge, Leventz ,Q 1 for Butler, O'Donnel1for Maher. Union: McLane for Bull, Lauterbach for Mac- I Lean, Hyland for Hoehn, McLane for Lauterbach, Nelson for Kingston, Engel I for Mulqueen, Heck for Ryon. E E ' H l Union, V0-Hobart, 21 October 16, 1926 Q UNION HoRART 1 CLARK Right Ertd WHIPPLE HANSEN Right Tackle MOORE RYON Right Guard . YARRINGTON DAVIS Gertter VOGT CROSS Left Guard QRR ' ' ADAMS Left Tackle TRAPNELL BARSTOW Left Ertd BARNA A HOEHN Quarterback FAY BRIGHAM Right Habfback BUDD SKANE Left Hahfback KILEY PRATT Fullback BARRETT S fl il ii Score by Periods Union. .1 ............ 0 0 0 0- 0 El Hobart .............. 14 7 O 0-21 f 1 Touchdovyns, Hobart-Budd, Kiley Q21 Goals from touchdowns, Hobart- if Kiley C31 Time of periods-12 minutes. Substitutions, Union-Kingston for ,g Hansen, Nelson for Cross, Cross for Nelson, McLane for Brigham, Heck for 1' Nelson, Hobart-Buley for Fay, Raymond for Yarrington, Y arrington for Raymond, Raymond for Moore. 1 S41 xx M. F ' I-AI .., f 1 A .ir 92-fi if A 5 s l mmfMm..,..,,....,N ,.......,, . .. A MCLANE IN END RUN, R. P. I. GAME Union, 0-Amherst, 25 UNION November 6, 1926 AMHERST MULQUEEN . Left End . MORSE ADAMS Left Tackle HIGGINS KINGSTON Left Guard MILLER DAVIS Center WHITNEY RYON Right Guard . SMITH HANSEN Right Tackle . SHANKWILER CLARK , Right Ehd WALKER HOEHN Quarterback CREDEN BRIGHAM Left H ahfback PRIDDY SKANE Right H ahfback L. PARKER PRATT . Fullback CADIGAN . Score by Periods ' Amherst ............. 0 7 8 l0-25 Union ..,.... . ....... 0 O 0 0- O ' Amherst scoring-Touchdowns, Higgins, Canigan, Creden. Points from try after touchdowns-Walker, by placement, Cadigan, by drop kick. Field goals- Walker, by placement, Safety, Hyland, by Morse. Substitutions-Amherst, Mahoney for Morse, Ketcham for Higgins, Wilbur for Miller, Richardson for Whitney, Carroll for Smith, Nelson for Higgins, Baldwin for Nelson, Brittain for Walker, Merrill for Creden, Stauffer for L. Parker, Union, Barstow for Mulqueen, Nelson for,DaVis, McLane for Skane, Hyland for McLane, Lauterbach for Pratt. ' C l te' um ire, F. P. Wall, Boston College, Officials-Referee, F. A. Peterson, o ga , p head linesman, A. G. Johnson, Iowa State. Time of periods-Fifteen minutes. 187 II J':':fff,,,s- ,,,q,--.,..,,.--M-A.-.W.-A--We-- A N-. .v--- Q-H541.'I.1,IL'Tff'i.iIIiIT.l..,., A... , ..,1 -,,a..,...,.-.-,i...,.,,,,.....A-.-...... ...wr .A.,...,D...... .- --- ' - .... W., ,.. . ..,,...,..i,-,,.,. -.. .. .. ,,.. .,.-.-.,l ,...-. -A-Y grrlr, Y, ,,,,,., .., Y W , .n-., W FfZ.11i"W1T ' , f I I I I I I I , I I I I I I. I I I I : :I 'I I ,I Iv T +I as II I I I I I Z I ,.-.-A-Q. .,,...,...,...,......,,-...,......u.x...a..-A1- I I I 4 I 1 1 z II I I II :I I I 4 II I 1 1 ,I II II I ,I fi I I :I II --.,.........-..-....,A,.........,i...,.-....... ..,...,.... ...., P i A 1 A-Amgen-'MW VM., ,M,,,M, WILLIAMS FAILS TO GAIN THROUGH LINE g Union, I5-Williams, 0 October 30, 1926 - UNIQN WILLIAMS CLARK Right End MASON HANSEN Right Tackle HAVEN HECK Right Guard ANDERSON DAVIS g. C61fLi61' NOTT NELSON Left Guard REID ADAMS Left Tackle PACKARD 'MULQUEEN Left End DAYN'ES HOEHN Quarterback HOWE M CLANE Right Hahfback BROWN SKANE Left Hahfback BOYNTON PRATT -Fallback CHASE Score by Periods Union ................ 0 6 9 O-15 Williams ............. O O 0 O- 0 Touchdowns-Skane, Brigham. Field goals-Hoehn. Referee-Murphy, Brown. Umpire-Goewey, Colgate. Head linesman-Benson, Niagara. Time of Periods-l5 minutes, ' Substitutions-Union, Brigham for McLane, Kingston for Nelson, Hyland for Pratt, Ryon for Heck, Cross for N elson, McLane for Skane, Lauterbach for Pratt, Barstow for Mulqueen, Engel for Clark. Williains--Fall for Howe, , Howe for Brown, Lauder for Reid, Callahan for Mason, Brown for Howe, Smith for Thomp- son, Rohrbach for Packard, Watson, for Anderson. 186 KAL'-X x .X l ,QW 5, I 1 N K 1 V 4 U CHEER LEADERS Reading left to right: CRAWFORD, TOZER, SHULTZE, WILLIAMS, SHULMAN W 189 I I I V If 'ii 1 fr ,m. A. --ffgg,iggf' .,4-'I . if '-f. A WW W,,,,,,,.,,,,,,.,... W.. I 5-- -- -. V:-xi ',l'. j A'-' 1-jjnh-1'-jgjijj-Lgjj' .I W f,1,IL. J-'fiirilfi'vfirlzmz.-zlxllji-il:I-:v:::'1 'Til' 4 "V""'L"U M'w'VmMA"M Av' 'V' H BRIGIIAM OEF FOR A TOUOIIDOWN, HAMILTON GAME Union, 36--Hamilton, 0 UNION November 13, 1926 HAMILTON CLARK Right End BOOKHOUT HANSEN Right Tackle GLMSTEAD HECK Right Guard THOMAS DAVIS ' Ceuter BROCKWAY KINGSTON Left Guard WORMOUTH ADAMS Left Tackle KEEPORTS MULQUEEN I Left Eud ' DOANE HOEHN S Quarterback PIERCE BRIGHAM Right H ahf back FLETCHER SKANE Left H ahfback CHATFIELD PRATT Fullback MARTIN Score by Periods Union ............... 7 6 7 16-36 Hamilton ............ O O 0 0- 0 . TouchdowSs-Kingston, Pratt CZD, Skane, McLane, Goals from touchdowns -Hoehn CSD. Field goals-Hoehn, Referee-Martindale, N. Y. U. Umpire- Storrier, Syracuse. Head linesman--Liepsic, Syracuse. Time of periods-15 minutes. Substitutions-Union: Lauterhach for Skane, McLane for Brigham, Ryon for Heck, Nelson for Kingston, Jones for Lauterbach, Hyland for jones, Cross for Davis, Kingston for Nelson, Nelson for Cross, Brigham for McLane, Skane for Lauterhach, Heck for Ryon, McLane for Skane, Ryon for Heck, Bull for Pratt, Barstow for Mulqueen, Lautcrbach for Brigham, Cliiiord for Hoehn, Hyland for Bull, Slattery for Lauterbach, Cross for Kingston, Durkee for Hyland, Engel for for Barstow. Hamilton: wVVi.i1lZ11'l1SO1'l for VVormouth, Hewlett for VVi1liainson, Burns for Schneider, Schneider for Hewlett, Scoval for Bookhout, Richards for Brockway,VVilliamson for BL11'HS,WOY111OU1Li1fO1'W1ii1H111SCD1l,RO111lC1iC for Bookhout. 188 , l 2 I . -, A - Q. "' 9 xg? -EFQIQ: fl .. fs, 4 . v lf, 'I V' . I l Track and Field, I9 2 6 A ' Officers HAROLD ANSON BRUCE . , , Coach AMBROSE GILLIGAN . . Captain JOHN T. COMESKEY . . Manager PHILIP KYLE - - - g - . ASSiStG77fMG71Gg67 Scores' Union--98M, Rochester--33M, Hamilton-2191 Union-WM, R. P. I.-48M . Union-73 9-10, Middlebury-52 1-10 -M. A. S. C. A. A., Fifth Place with 18 points ' Q H rcU:: Men CAPT. GILLIGAN, TIEDEMAN, HANSEN, SADOSKY, MOLAUGHLIN, SKANE, DUANE, STAHLER, MOMILLAN, TOTTEN, AND NADEAU "AUA" Men MCDONALD AND FEINSTEIN Achievement of 1926 Track Team . HE 1926 Outdoor Varsity track and field team defeated R. P. I. and Middle- bury in dual meets and Won its only triangular affair from Hamilton and Rochester. In the 14th Annual Championship ofthe M. A. S. C. A. A. the team scored 18 points to finish Hfth in a field of 22 colleges. This was 8 points better than that scored at the championships, in 1925. In dual and triangular meets the Garnet scored 249.9 points to their Opponents' 166.1 and that total in addition to the 18 points scored in the championships resulted in the highest number of points ever scored by a Union team in' track and field. The 1926 varsity had a slight edge on their opponents in the held events, and overwhelmingly outscored their oppon- ents in the running events. The season Was featured by the breaking of the two mile record by A. Irving Totten and the excellent performances of john A. T iede- man Who Won the Middle Atlantic title for the 100 yards for the second consecutive year. Coach Harold Anson Bruce built up a great scoring machine that showed both balance and individuality. 191 , ,,1,,f-iAV,,-, MW, A A ... . ' Q18 13 C 1 VARSITY TRACK TEAM, 1926 Front row, reading lefl to right: BUNNELLQ CAPTAIN-ELECT MCLAUGHLIN, TOTTEN, TIEDEMAN, COACH BRUCE CAPTAIN GILLIGAN Mc- ! 7 MILLAN, STAHLER, SADOSKY Back row: ASSISTANT MANAGER FRIEDERICH, VVANMER, YATES, ASSISTANT MANAGER VAN DYCK, HANSEN, Dow, TRAINER FITZ, SCHENCK, ROSENSTOCK " - l if 12 xi Q 1 E 1 '.-x ,1'T1vf-'ff' 1 iii-1,.:N ' -Q. lt 9' ?1.i,Lgl4,,r?l,ii"A"i,k. ' sl' , T .. V Dual Track and Field Meet Rensselaer Polytechnic lnstitute vs. Union College l-leld at Troy, N. Y. May 8, l9Z6 i CUD-Union. CRD-R. P. I. VVon by Union-775, second, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute-48M Track Events 100-YARD DAsH-Won by Tiedeman CUD, 2nd, Stahler CUD, 3rd, Malley CRD. Time, 10.1 seconds. 220-YARDdDAsH-Won by Tiedeman CUD, 2nd, Stahler CUD, 3rd, Malley CRD. Time, 22.4 secon s. 440-YARD RUN-WOR by Ferron CRD, 2nd, Nadeau CUD, 3rd, Mahn CRD. Time, 54.6 seconds. 880-YARD dRUN-W'on by Gilligan CUD, 2nd, Stark CUD, 3rd, Wanmer CUD. Time, 2 minutes 8.6 secon s. A ONE-MILE RUN-WOR by MacDonald CUD, 2nd, Schofield CRD, 3rd, Schenck CUD. Time, 4 minutes, 58.1 seconds. Two-MILE RUN-Won by Totten CUD, 2nd, Heath CRD, 3rd, Cooley CRD. Time, 10 minutes 31.7 seconds. 120-HIGH dHURDLEs-Won by Duane CUD, 2nd, Slye CRD, 3rd, Kanisnsky CRD. Time, 16.5 secon s. 220-Low HURDLES1WOD by Duane CUD, 2nd, Dow CUD, 3rd, Dale CRD. Time, 28.3 seconds. Field Events . SHOT PUT-Won by Hansen CUD, 2nd, Fioretti CRD, 3rd, Squires CRD. Distance, 36 feet 11M inches. ' . JAVELINlWOH by Squires CRD, 2nd, Gorrie CRD, 3rd, Robinson CUD. Distance, 153 feet 10 inches POLE VAULT-VVYOH by Sadosky CUD, 2nd, Towne CRD, 3rd, Todd CUD. Distance, 11 feet 3 inches. HIGH JUMP-Tie for first: Robins and Squires CRD, tie for second: Fienstein CUD and Wentz CRD. Distance, 5 feet 5 inches. 3 D1sCUs-Won by Skane CUD, 2nd, Hansen CUD, 3rd, Perkins CUD. Distance, 107 feet 8 inches. BROAD JUMP-WOR by Robins CRD, '2nd, McLaughlin CUD, 3rd, Fienstein CUD. Distance, 21 feet 3 inches. Score by Points Union R. P. I. 100-Yard Dash 3 1 220-Yard Dash 3 1 440-Yard Dash 3 5 880-Yard Dash ' 9 0 1-Mile Run 6 3 2-Mile Run 5 4 120-Yard High Hurdles 5 4 220-Yard LOW Hurdles 8 1 Shot Put 5 41 Running High Jump M M Running Broad Jump 4 Pole Vault 6 '3 Discus 9 0 Javelin 1 8 Total 77M 48M 1... ,,.. , W ,.,.....w,.,n N193 5 5 1 1 .......:.:.-:., n.g4p..uqg4.:L'.:.1'.--? ' -. - -- '- f f - '-"" 'V' -' -'- ' ' "' "T''13iii'ILZL',L.i.J.i3L'.lC.II12I.I..1'lfil...,.Q'N'f"'Tlff"f"""' -- ..,., . .., .. .... .V . W , N g ,M UM, ., ,., ,A , .,,,,,,, , . ..4,....,,, -,.f,, .,,,.,.,......,..,--,....f....-...m....,.....1..., 1. .,,, 4 , . ,A 4.,, l 1 tl C Triangular Track and Field Meet "1 University of Rochester, Hamilton College, and Union College 5, . , Held at Alexander Field, Schenectady, N. Y. May l, I9Z6 C CUB-Union. CRB-Rochester. CHB-Hamilton ll Won by Union-598M, second, University of Rochester-332, third, Hamilton-21M J Track Events J W 440-YARD RUN-Won by Suttle CRB, 2nd, Bunnell CUB, 3rd, Gramkee CRB, and N adeau CUB. , 1 1 Time, 51.8 seconds. ' 1l 11, -1 1 I 2,1 111 11 1 11 lx ,N 1,11 l 1 l ,1 120-HIGH HURDLES-GWOH by Duane CUB, 2nd, Jenks CRB, 3rd, Smith CHB, 4th, Madden CRB. 1111, Time, 16.4 secon s. ' 100-YARD DASH-Won by Tiedeman CUB, 2nd, Stahler CUB, 3rd, McLaughlin CUB, 4th, Feld 11111 CRB. Time, 10.2 seconds. Wil 1-MrgEhRUiTgX5on1by L. McMillen CUB, 2nd,dMacDonald CUB, 3rd, Billingham CRB, 4th, L. H. c enc . ime 4 minutes 42.6 secon s. TWOVEMILE llguivf-liVoni Totteg CUB, 2nd, Page CRB, 3rd, Rosenstock CUB, 4th, Stevens CUB. 1 ime, minu es . secon s. . 880-Seann l3UNfVz7on ,by Mclgflillen CUB, 2nd, Gilligan CUB, 3rd, Oates CHB, 4th, Stark CUB. 1 tl une, minu es .2 secon s. V 220-EoWgI1gEgJLEsF7Wo517tiy Duage CUB, 2nd, Cutter CHB, 3rd, Smith CHB, 4th, Schenecken- erger . ime, . secon s. 220-YARD DAsH-Won by Tiedeman CUB, 2nd, Stahler CUB, 3rd, McBridge CRB, 4th, Tiedle- ,1, if , baum CUB. Time, 23 seconds. 11 gli ' - ,111 , , Field Events SHOT PUT-Won by Van Vleet CHB, 2nd, Makin CRB, 3rd, Hansen CUB, 4th, Messenger CUB. l1'l Distance, 37 .feet 7 inches. ,115 HIGH JUMP-Tie for Hrst place: Feinstein CUB, Kitching CUB, Van Vleet CHB and Warnick CRB. Height, 5 feet 6 1-8 inches. POL1EI1ViUL1EESF16 gr first jpclagzeiu Eadoslky CUB, Tripp CUB, Tie for second place: Todd CUB and '11 ay or . eig , ee , inc es. BROAD. JUMP-Won by McLaughlin CUB, 2nd, Feinstein CUB, 3rd, Taylor CRB, 4th, Gilligan CUB. l Distance, 21 feet 3M inches. ll D1scp1siWpg by IT-Iansen CUB, 2nd, Brockway CHB, 3rd, Skane CUB, 4th, Perkins CUB. Throw, W ee mc es. - g 11 JAVELIN-WOR by Steele CRB, 2nd, Robinson CUB, 3rd, Stone CHB, 4th, Nadeau CUB. Throw, 1 144 feet 9 inches. 5 . Score by Points 1,1 1 Union R h 6 H . fl 100-Yard Dash , 10 06168 GT 073111071 W, 1 1 ll' 11 220-Yard Dash 9 2 0 , 440-Yard Dash 4 7 0 1 880-Yard Dash 9 0 2 1-Mile Run 9 2 Q B 2-Mile Run 8 3 0 1,1 Q1 120-Yard High Hurdles 5 4 2 , 220-Yard Low Hurdles 5 1 5 1 1 1 Shot-Put 3 3 5 1 Running High Jump f' y 23 - ,f 1 Running Broad Jump 2 24 594 , ,1 Pole Vault QM 1 M 0 ,1 Discus 8 0 3 Javelin 4 5 2 M 1 W.. -M- 19 Total 98M 33M 2134 ' ill? 1111 lf ' 192 1 . 1 ......... 1 l 1 1 1 1 l l l 1 1 1 , : 1 6, :I 4 5 . 1 1, 'U 1 1 1 5 1 1. '11 1 I .ivan f-ki, u .141 L . . g Q li, gif,-.',:.i.D,y 1 1: Middle Atlantic States Collegiate Athletic Association l-leld May ZI and 22, l926, at Lehigh University, Bethlehem, Ra. 100-YARD DASH-Won by J. A. Tiedeman CU , 2nd, J. W. Dutto - . 4th, LDo1ayi0vfQrqL1Ly, LDG. Henry 45115. Time, 10.2 SefiiJ1iJi.i" M' W' H' Jones CGD 220-YARD ASH-' on y . . utton CSwD, 2nd, J. A. Tiedeman ' CRD, 4th, J. C.S1oanCFMD, 5th, w. H. Jones CGD. Time, 22.4 Sigghdiid' W' R' Bmdage 440-YARD RUN-Won by W. R. Bellis CRD, 2nd, G. S. Demarest CRD, 3rd H. B. Brown CLfD' 4th, W. B. Billmeyer CLhD, 5th, A. F. Shank CDD. Time, 51.2 seconds., . 880-YARD RUN1W0H by J. P. Cox CLhD, 2nd, H. F. Herrick CAD, 3rd, G. T. Maxwell CSWD' 4th, G. G. Schutzendorf CRD, 5th, J. Z. Appel CFMD. Time, 2 minutes .4 Seconds, 1-MILE RUN1W0H by H. F. Herrick CAD, 2nd, R. Hatton CNYUD, 3rd, P. O. Farnham CLfD' 4th, J. L. Montgomery CFMD, 5th, P. B. Lewis CSwD. Time, 4 minutes 26:4-5 seconds. 2-MILE RUN-Won by R. Gwinn CJHD, 2nd, F. C. Bayley CDD, 3rd, A. I. Totten CUD' 4th C E Johnson CUD, 5th, G. V. VanBuske CRD. Time, 9 minutes 51.3 seconds. i i i i 120 HURDLES-Won by B. H. Lowy CHD, 2nd, H. B. Duane CUD, 3rd. M. H. Norton CSwD' 4th H. L. Bender CGD, 5th, J. S. McConaghy CHD. Time, 16.2 seconds. i 220 HURDLES-Won by R. White CNYUD, 2nd, W. Gibbs CAD, 3rd, B. H. Lowy CHD' 4th E. A. Vivell CJHD, 5th, J. Konsko CMD. Time, 25.4 seconds. i i SHOT PUT-Won by G. H. Beck CGD, 2nd, C. F. Norris CWD, 3rd, J. S. Fowler CHD, 4th, E. O. Wilcox CSWD, 5th, J. W. Gisriel CLhD. Distance, 40 feet IOM inches. JAVELIN-Won by O. C. Pitter CHD, 2nd, J. Konski CMD, 3rd, Lichtenfeld CDD, 4th, C. J. Garrett CDelD, 5th, J. A. Kalser CRD. Distance, 161 feet 3 1-8 inches. POLE VAULT-WOR by C. Lyon CAD, 2nd, S. Hoskins CHD, 3rd, P. Willard CNYUD, 4th, A. C. Cliff CSWD, 5th, J. E. Rhoads CHD and A. Nellis CAD, tie. Distance, 11 feet 9 inches. HIGH JUMP-Won by H. Friedberg CNYUD, 2nd, F. Sweeley CDD, 3rd, W. Gibbs CAD and D. C. Levlxlis CHD, tie, 5th, C. W.. Bowler CLhD and W. B. Usilton CWD, tie. Distance, 5 feet HM inc es. Discus-Won by A. G. Baker CSwD, 2nd, H. A. DeHaven CFMD, 3rd, J. W. Gisriel CLhD, 4th, L. Lawrence. CNYUD. Distance, 141 feet. BROAD JUMP-Won by J. W. Dutton CSwD, 2nd, A. C. Thomas CHD, 3rd, D. Kutner CNYUD, 4th, W. H. Jones CGD, 5th, J. E. Miller CNYUD. Distance, 22 feet 1 5-8 inches. TOTAL SCORE-Swarthmore 29, Haverford 2825, New York University 23, Alfred 21M, Union 18, Rutgers 17, Lehigh 13M, Gettysburg 13, Dickinson 12, Franklin and Marshall 9, Johns Hopkins 7, Lafayette 7, Muhlenberg 5, Washington 4M, Delaware 2. , Union College Track and Field Records Up to and including May l, l927 V Outdoor Records 2 I I Y 100-Yard Run-10 seconds . , .... R. R. Oram '23, John A. Tiedeman '26 220-Yard Run-22 seconds . 1 ...... John A. Tiedeman '26 440-Yard Run-50.1 seconds . . . . Charles H. Kilpatrick '98 880-Yard Run-1 minute 59.2 seconds . Charles H. Kilpatrick '98 One-Mile Run-4 minutes 25.8 seconds . . . Charles H. 'Kilpatrick '98 Two-Mile Run-9 minutes 49 seconds . . . . A. Irving Totten '28 120-Yard High H urdles-15.8 seconds . George Hughes '20, R. R. Oram '23 220- Yard Low H urdles-25 seconds . .... R. R. Oram '23 Running High Jump-5 feet 9M inches . . J. V. Baker '14, M. M. Cohen '24 Running Broad Jump-22 feet 2V2 inches . . . . P. T. Mallen '16 16-lb. Hammer Throw-142 feet 9K5 inches . . . . D. F. Beekman 121 Discus-122 feet 8 inches . . . - D- F- Beekman ,21 16-lb. Shot Put-39 feet 6 inches . . H- S- Smlfh ,12 Pole Vault-11 feet 4 inches ......... W. L. Jones ,20 J avelin-147 feet 7 inches ..... 1 . . . H. A. Nadeau ,26 Cross-Country, Van Courtland Park Course, 6 miles-31 minutes 50 seconds A. I. Totten ,28 Cross-Country, Alexander Course, 6 miles-34 minutes 45.1 seconds . . A. I. Totten 28 4 Indoor Records , , 70-Yard Run-7 .2 seconds ...... J0hI1,A- Tledeinan ,26 1000-Yard Run-2 minutes 21.4 seconds . . . Loring McMillan ,28 Two-Mile Run-10.7 seconds . . Lofmg MCM1Han ,28 45-Yard High H urdles-6.4 seconds . . Harry Duane ,28 60-Yard High H urdles-8.4 seconds - Harry Duane 28 195 I i garzgfrxz.pgrzrgp-.:::: 5 , ,, acykm-34511.3.:.:.::13c:.:iii!-2?--'iii"' . . . - . - - ., . .-,. . -f--'r-s"'-"M fl, if 'QILLQQW QW ,. W, .1 .144 --- - , ,-H, , rDual Track and Field Meet Middlebury College vs. Union College Held at Alexander Field, Schenectady, N. Y. May IS, l926 CUB-Union. CMB-Middlebury ' Won by Union-73 9-10, second, Middlebury-52 1-10 6 Track Events 100-YARD DASH-Won by Smith CMB, 2nd, Tiedeman CUB, 3rd, Adams CMB. Time, 10 seconds. 220-YARD DAsH-Won by TiedemanCU B , 2nd, SmithC MB , 3rd, AdamsCMB. Time, 22.2 seconds 440-YARD RUN-'WOR by Gilligan CUB, 2nd, Bunnell CUB, 3rd, Nadeau CUB. Time, 52 seconds. 880-YARD RUST-Won by Arnold- CMB, 2nd, Stark CUB, 3rd, Gilligan CUB.' Time, 2 minutes 3.6 secon s. . 1 ONE-MILE RUl:Ti-'WOR by Totten CUB, 2nd, McDonald CUB, 3rd, Schenck CUB. Time, 4 minutes 44.3 secon s. ' Two-MILE RUN-Won by Totten CUB, 2nd, Johnson CUB, 3rd, Stevens CUB. Time, 10 minutes 12.3 seconds. 120-YARD HIGH HURDLES-WOR, by Duane CUB, 2nd, Schaeffer CMB, 3rd, Yates CUB. Time, 16.5 seconds. ' 220 Low ICiIURDLES-WOR by Duane CUB, 2nd, Schaeffer CMB, 3rd, Blanchette CMB. Time, 27 secon s. , . ' Field Events- SHo'1j PYIT-WOH by Potter CMB, 2nd, McLaughlin CMB, 3rd, Skane CUB. Distance, 38 feet 5 1-8 mc es. , Discus-Won by Skane CUB, 2nd, Hansfn CUB, 3rd, Potter CMB. Distance, 110 feet 4 inches. JAVQLHL-Won by Eddy CMB, 2nd, Hinman CMB, 3rd, Robinson CUB. Distance, 140 feet 10 mc es. POLE VAULT'WOH by Sadosky CUB, 2nd, Williams CMB, 3rd, Todd CUB and Tomlinson CMB. Height, 11 feet 3 inches. ' HIGH JUMP-Won by Potter CMB, tie for second place: Stark CUB, Yates CUB, Feinstein CUB Roberts CMB, Walters CMB. Height, 5 feet 4M inches. ' BROAD JUMP1WOD by McLaughlin CUB, 2nd, Stevens CMB, 3rd, Feinstein CUB. Distance, 20 feet, 11M lnches. I Score by Points . ' Union M 'Lddlebury 100-Yard Dash 3 6 220-Yard Dash 5 4 440-Yard Dash 9 0 880-Yard Dash 4 5 1-Mile Run 9 0 2-Mile Run 9 0 120-Yard High Hurdles 6 3 220-Yard Low Hurdles 5 4 Running High Jump 2 2-5 6 3-5 Running Broad Jump 6 3 Shot Put 1 3 Discus 3 1 Javelin 1 8 Pole Vault 55 3M Totals 73 9-10 52 1-10 104- --4.--.... c Ml , . 'N wffrfil 1,112.1 f b V 'f , Cross-Country, I 9 2 6 Officers HAROLD ANsoN BRUCE . , , A Coach R. A. JOHNSON . . 1 Captain WALTER FRIEDERICH . . M anager LAWRENCE VAN DYCK - . . ASSiSfG71fMG71Gg67' Scores CSmallest score Winsj ' Union 18 Lehigh 37 Union 15 Hamilton 40 Union 22 N. Y. U. 33 Union 25 R. P. I. 30 Union 23, Princeton, 32, Rutgers, 65 Union 15 Brown 40 M. A. S. C. A. A.-Union scored runner-up honors With 34 points Resume of l926 Cross-Country Season OACH Harold Anson Bruce not only kept his cross-country slate clean but built up the greatest team in the history of Union Collegeivvhich scored victories in five dual meets and one triangular meet defeating seven teams of outstanding prominence, While the Garnet varsity Won the runnerup honors in the annual M. A. S. C. A. A. Cross-Country Championships. The outstanding feature of the season was the victory over Princeton Univer- sity on Princetonf s own course, While only slightly second to this was the achieve- ment of defeating N. Y. U., one of the outstanding teams of the East. The excellent running of Totten, McMillan, and C. E. Johnson featured in brilliant victories at home and abroad. Totten had the distinction of placing first in all his dual meets. 197 - ""-5 "' 'f1.':fL-' -- ,, ,,,7, ,,.n,.,K..,F--,.,,..,m.- ,.-W-. -,.w.f.,.,..,- lQj,v,,,j,fQQf2TI,,1QL1f1Q11,lL.Q1,QlL ,'.,. ,..N,LgL...LLi" 4-4-V-lA!!-f-S-lllliig? '?'-449-1?---3--9"'i 'L TALTLRT' ":""'1' """T"' ' ' ' ' ' Y ,V , ,-,-.. .,.,..,...,.....,,..4 -- ,.,fn4A:,fE.-.,f.:Q.A.-.-...,,.-..,,. -A ..,...,,-.,....,.............-..-....., ' .,,., . , ., 4 .. . K- . ., - ,.,. ,. ,.. ...,...Y.,,,.,-, ,,.e4,,,,.. ,.,,., , , , ..,-- ,A -1 ......f-....A..,...............--..... W-..J,,,.,. .,, . .4., , , ., .N. .A V. A ,,- N f - ff -V-- '---'-We--ff-fmtfigi.,,,.31:.,::1i::1g:..- WMP:-,, h , . ,, , ,. , .. A .. , -- , ,- - --- ,...,.,.........T,,, ---v , -..-- WV W--YY., A :.-.-sr, VARSITY CROSS-COUNTRY TEAM, 1926 F7'O71ff7"0?U, left to right: CAPTAIN-ELECT TOTTEN, NADEAU, CAPTAIN R. A. JOHNSON, C. E. J OHNSON, MCMILLEN Second row: MA.NAGER FREIDERIOH, MILLER, COACH BRUCE, HAXVLEY, ASSISTANT MANAGER A VAN DYCK ' . A. I. TOTTEN, JR. Ur1iO11's Crack TWO-Miler and Cross-Country Star, Winner Of First Place in Every Dual Cross-Country Meet for Two Years 196 -.........-.,....v..... .m......-. I 4 1' x Q x 'K 3 l A + 2 A I 1 lx , H T 'Q , 2? Qi, if Al A 1 Ai I , N A T1 i, ,S , 'S ll li SE H 31 ig il ii is 2 za Ji H l? E: Ii Vi Qi 15 li I E Qi E i fe 5 A A ii i, 52 1' fi E! S, i i if ki 5 A ai 5 E I as A , 4 1' A ' I 1 3 l. U ,Q if ii 5 ,Q se 'E A 51 H Fi Q' Qi if i il , ,. '1 1 1 ! rr" 'M f -1 '- ' ,4?5,"' -av , " fil1lg"a'4rr'i+.fZ1.r "1 gf V, .., -.. f,,?, ..,, :- .ix 1 W Q4 4 New York University Vs. Union College Alexander Course, Schenectady, N. Y., October I6, i926 q Distance 6 Miles 41 -If Place N ame College Tqjwle 1 ToTTnN Union 34 45,1 2 MCMILLEN Union 35 325 3 EDWARDS N. Y. U. 35 347 4 C. E. JOHNSON Union 35 5523 5 HALTON N. Y. U. 36315 6 SKANE N. Y. U. 37501 7 NADEAU Union 37 506 8 HAWLEY Union 38 121 9 MILLER Union 38 334 10 R. A. joHNsoN Union - 38 334 11 GOMPERTS ' ' N. Y. U. 38:49 12 VEIT N. Y. U. 38 150 1.3 CHRISTENSON N. Y. U. 39 :23 Team Totals , Union. .. .................... 1 2 4 7 8-22 .N.Y.U.... .... 356910-33 Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute vs. Union College Hill Course, Troy, N., Y., October 23, 1926 A Distance 6 I-2 Miles f Place Name V College Time 1 TOTTEN U1'1iO11 36 1 200 1 MCMILLEN Union 36 201 206 1 C, E, JOHNSON U1'1iO11 302.51100 4 CLULEEA R. P. I. A 5 BUCKLEY R. P. I. l 6 WAIT A 7 OWENS P. I. I 8. ' HALBERT R. I. P 9 NADEAU UHQOU P 10 R. A. JOHNSON UHIOU SSN o time taken 6 Union ,,,,, ..... i 2 3 9 io-25 R,p,1,,,, ..... 4567 s-30 """""'-'--f--1'--w--h--,..-..,............,... ...m,.,,.,,,,.,,.,,.,4 K.- .. .. ... ...,:::4.-..,.J.f ---4-A ----M ---33--gg---1-j:g'j11j32j,3I1, W: . .ay .1Ye.n:-e-- ef- -f A 'ff- 199 ....- - C... -. ..-,.,,....,..-...,,...,..L.....,.- .,.. .....L.....i. ..,,..-:.::::,iV 1:::-1-113: -A-f--jk ,,,.,,,, ......,- ,...i.... . ...-.L.. ,,.,. ,-.u -..-.4........,.,-, ..... --.........4.... -gi. 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ROBERTS Lehigh 39 146.4 ll? 12 C. E. BARBA Lehigh 40 126.4 " 13 J. A. LAUDIG Lehigh 4111.0 ll V Team Scores Union .... ........ ' ............ 1 2 3 5 7-18 Lehigh ..... ..... ' ............. 4 6 8 9 10-37 Hamilton College vs. Union College I-lelcl at Clinton, N. Y., October l3, l9Z6 Distance 5 6-I0 Miles if k Place N ame College ' Time .- 'l 1 ' TOTTEN Union 29 :23 J 1 MOMILLEN Union 29 :23 ll 3 C. JOHNSON Union 29:59 A A 4 MILLER Union 30 '36 5 R. JOHNSON Union 31 .10 5 NADEAU Union 3 1 :l0 1 5 HAWLEY Union A 31:10 8 BAKER Hamilton 31:47 Q - 9 VOSBURG Hamilton 32:04 10 C. CLARK Hamilton 32:42 JS 11 ABNER Hamilton 33:41 Q 12 . G. CLARK Hamilton 34:01 gg 12 DONALDSON Hamilton 34:01 ig 14 E. CLARK Hamilton 35:00 si 1 Team Score , A Union ...... ..... Q ....... 1 2 3 4 5-15 Hamilton .... ..... 6 7 8 9 10-40 ig 1 ill ll ills 1 .nag 198 if r P l 7 K 1 R I I I l i l i l 1'5- " .i' sy. 5 " -p4l!.,"7,1.,, .rl Qrliig 'Z' .LA J .4 l926 Cross-Country Championships of Middle Atlantic States Collegiate Athletic Association Held at Van Courtland Park, New York City, November I3, IQZ6 l. C. A. A. A. A. Course-Distance 6 Miles Place Name College Time Place Name College Time 1 G. R. Gwinn John Hopkins 30:26 F. W. Clarke Manhattan 33.24 2 H. Boulton Alfred 30:45 J. R. Musgrave Lafayette 33 125 3 P. Edwards N. Y. U. 31:02 B- Humma ' Lafayette 33 i29 4 W. C. Getz Alfred 31:10 A. Johnson Union 33 336 5 D. G. Aitken Lehigh 31:23 F- N-'Mlllnf Union - 33:37 5 R. E. Brown Alfred 31:30 G ghflstensen N- Y- U- 33244 7 H. B. Sames I Lehigh 31:33 FQed'Vsiii0Wart liafgyegle 33450 8 C. E. Johnson Union 31:36 J. H Sanford Lgifa 'ed 9 E. F. Ladd Alfred 31:40 D. Williams Rutglers 6 34107 10 A- I- Totten Union 31:45 C. H. Voorheis Alfred 34:10 11 L. McMillan Union 31:50 A. K. Craig Rut ers 34130 12 P. B. Lewis Swarthmore 31:52 W. S. Trzaskus Laffyette 34:42 13 H. F. McGraw Alfred 31:56 A. L. Roberts Lehigh 34:59 14 H- A' Nadeau Uninn 32 201 V. W. Farley Manhattan 35:01 15 Meir sksrie N. Y. U. 32:05 H. Hiehherri N. Y. U. 35:11 15 R- Halton , N- Y- U-. 32:08 M. McGovern' Manhattan 35:16 17 K- Chlckeflng Lehigh 32:14 Theo. Whittelsey Haverford 35 :23 is R. R. Rehrie Rutgers 32:23 R. E. Hulse Rutgers 35:24 19 S. W. Murphy Manhattan 32:45 J. J. Keeley Manhattan 35233 20 H. S. Coe Alfred 32:55 T. J. Philbin Manhattan 35:42 21 George Gomperts N. Y. U. 33:00 E. Brinson Lafayette 35 146 22 L. Schulman Rutgers 33:08 D. H. Fiscus Lehigh 35:47 23 S. G. Demarest Rutgers 33:11 F. H. Dill Rutgers 35 :49 24 D- G- Lange Lehigh 33:17 W. E. Betts Lafayette 35:53 25 A- H- F1116 Lehigh 33:23 S. Rosenstock Union 35:54 Alfred 1 3 5 8 - 28 Rutgers 16 19 20 30 21-116 UDIQII 7 9 10 12 - 64 Lafayette 24 25 28 29 32-138 Lelngh 5 5 15 21 - 68 Manhattan 17 23 33 34 35-142 N. Y. U. , 2 13 14 18 - 74 ' A lndoor Track and Field, I9 Z 7 HE indoor track season opened February 9 when Coach Harold Anson Bruce I took three men to th.e Newark -A. C. Games held at the Fifth Regiment Armory in New York City. Loring McMillan ran a beautiful race in the 1000 Yards, placing a close third to the great Lloyd Hahn of the Boston A. A., and Ray Dodge of the Illinois A.:C. A. Irving Totten led the field to the tape in the lk mile run defeating Bill Cox, the Intercollegiate cross-country champion and I. C. A. A. A. A. 1-mile king, Ove Anderson, the intercollegiate champion of Sweden, and Willie Goodwin of the New York Athletic Club, national two-mile indoor champion. Totten ran from the fifty yard mark, and after leading the field throughout the race, broke the worsted sixty yards ahead of the second man. His achievement was the outstanding performance of the program. Harry Duane captured the .w.,....,......4..1....T...-,..,.....,.- . Y . . . . . , ...'-a,-..e.AL,,,,,,g- -, N- W KAW L V Y V7 Y- HY 201 l ,it 'Ni ri 1: ,W f g rr- ' 4 'L I l la I +1 11 I M ii: J il 1: , ,J ' 'if 1.4 REE 4 : ,. 1::::.1:r:f::3t:.z,.,n- :: : I mg . . . . .A Prlnceton University, Rutgers Unlverslty and 1 ' Union College f Held at Princeton, N. J., October 30, 1926 11 L1 Distance 5 I-Z Mrles 1 Place Name College Time J 1 V TOTTEN . Union 31:19.5 ,Mr 2 C. E. JOHNSON Union 31:49 ,J 3 MCMILLEN Union 31:56 '4 WELLES Princeton 32:17 1' I 5 MIRRICIQ . Princeton 32:43 Q, ia ' 6 CRABB ' Princeton 32:58 if ,rl 7 MILLER Union 33:18 1 li, 8 STADE Princeton 33:19 11 9 GIBSON Princeton 33:28 W 10 R. A. JOHNSON Union 33:41 1,1 1 11 NADEAU Union 33 2-51 11, 12 GLEASON Princeton 33 256 3' 1 if 13 SCHUMANN , Rutgers 33:59 H 14 CRAIG Rutgers 34:00 1 :V 15 RENNE I Rutgers 34:06 16 BEATTIE Rutgers 34 240 V , 17 DEMEREST Rutgers 34:41 'J " 1 18 WILLIAMS Rutgers 35:22 J 19 DILL , A Rutgers 35 209 it : f 20 HUCKIN Princeton 35 :40 1 19 .21 WANMER Union 35:59 13, ' ' Team Scores if J Union 1 2 3 7 10-23 Princeton 4 5 6 8 9-32 Rutgers 11 12 13 14 15-65 11, . . . Brown UH1VCIS1tJ' vs. Union College Alexander Course, Schenectady, N. Y., November 6, 1926 l' Distance 6 Miles' . 1 1 Place Name College Time J ': 1 UFOTTEN Union 3,5:06.2 5, J 1 MClX4IIJLAN Union 351062 111 lxfi 3 C. E. JOHNSON I Union 35:17 1 1 4 NADEAU Union 37:05 1 , 4 R. A. JOHNSON Union 37:05 1, 1 I 6 MILLER Union 38:16 arp 7 ROSENSTOCK Union 38:24 8 MAKER Brown 38:30 9 LETTERIOI-I Brown 39:49 10 DRISCOLL Brown 40:00 11 GARMIN . Brown 41:10 12 PARSON Brown 42:51 3, Note--Brown's sixth man failed to Hnish l Team Score 1111 Union I 2 3 4 5415 Ri-Own 6 7 s 9 10-40 Il 11:1 11 ww is 1: if 200 N 1'-f sw c g I , .,,. R ' It-'fd TL 'I " 1 w. 7 ii .V-pie. i 1, - my 1, 4 if at i lntramural Sport Results Interfraternity Medley Relay A May 17, 1926. In the finals Phi Gamma Delta defeated Kappa Phi. Time: 124221. lnterfraternity Track and Field . May 8-12, 1926. Phi Delta Theta Won the Championship with a score of 51 2-5. Second, Kappa Phi with 32 1-5 points. K Interfraternity Baseball May 3-9, 1926. Psi Upsilon Won the championship from Kappa Phi, 5 to 3. lnterclass Scratch Cross-Country October 8, 1926. Won by the Class of 1928 with 22 points. Second, the Class of 1929 With a score of 31. ' lnterclass Handicap Cross-Country October 15, 1926. First, Classof 1930, 5 points. Second, Class of 1929, 8 points. ' Interfraternity Scratch Cross-Country October 22, 1926. Won by Theta Nu Epsilon with a score of 22 points. Second, Alpha Delta Phi with 35 points. . lnterfraternity Handicap Cross-Country October 29, 1926. Won by Psi Upsilon with 25 points. Second, Neutrals With 26 Q points. , lnterclass Lacrosse November 22, 1926. The Class of 1929 defeated the Class of 1930 by a score of 7 to 1. 7 lnterfraternity Swimming Meet December 1, 1926. Psi Upsilon, 19 points. Phi Delta Theta, 16. Kappa Alpha, 13. Sigma Phi, 10. Kappa Phi, 5. . I nterfraternity Wrestling January 8-25, 1927. Championship Won by Phi Delta Theta. ' Interfraternity Basketball D January 8-22, 1927. Championship Game: Delta Upsilon, 22. Theta Delta Chi, 12. lnterfraternity Indoor Relay . . . March 19, 1927. Sigma Phi, Phi Gamma Delta, Sigma Chi and Psi Upsilon, qualified for the finals which Was Won by Sigma Chi. Timei 1 130- -------.--.-.w...::.:'."'f,..:,:,"'.,3:63:71:gi-ri.:1.'.-1'.1'. 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'X . 9 0 1 l , W , third medal in the Special Invitation 70 Yard Low Hurdles Duane placed in a blanket finish with Herb Meyer the world s record holder for the event and Tom Farrell both representing the New York Athletic Club The seven points scored by the Dnion representatives was a line achievement The Garnet was represented at the annual New York Athletic Club Meet held in Madison Square Garden February 14th Loring McMillan starred for the Garnet when competing in a big field in the Bartow S Weeks 1000 Yard Run leading the field to the tape defeating the great Edwards of N Y U and Captain Welles of the Princeton cross country team Leland Heath running his first race for the Garnet placed second in the two mile handicap which was won by Leo Lermond of the Boston A A A Irving Totten running from the 25 yard mark also scored running close to Anderson of Sweden to cinch fifth position When the National A. A U. Indoor Senior Championships were transferred to Madison Square Garden, Coach Bruce decided to make a bid to score as Union had not won a point in national competition since the days of the famous Charles Kilpatrick. His fond hopes were realized when Totten captured fourth place in the two-mile championship which represented the very cream of America"s college and club stars. Incidentally, Totten won the double stripe, the highest honor awarded at Union to a track athlete by scoring in the Nationals. McMillan com- peting in the 1000-yard run had the misfortune to run in the fastest 1000 yards ever run indoors which was won by Lloyd Hahn of the Boston A. A. in a field of 21 runners with the Olympic star setting up a new indoor world's record for the distance. McMillan placed ninth in this big field. Gn March 5th, Union was represented at the I. C. A. A. A. A. Indoor Cham- pionships held in New York City. McMillan, competing in the one-mile run, ran a beautiful race to place third to Bill Cox of Penn State who won in 4 318 13 and Red Haggerty of Harvard for the past two years intercollegiate champion both indoor and outdoor for the distance. McMillan was officially timed in 4:23 :2 for his mile against Edwin Wide the Swedish Clympic Champion to finish a close second to the conqueror of Nurmi. ' On March 12, Stranahan, a freshman, came thru to win the novice quarter- mile at the Bankers' Games held at New York City, while another freshman, Rothman, was a winner in the novice 880-yards in the Crescent A. C. Games held in Brooklyn. A. Irving Totten, competing in the special invitation two-mile scratch, ran third to Lermond of the Boston A. A., and Anderson of Sweden. , During the indoor season, Sawtelle, another Freshman, was taken to the Knights of St. Antony Games where in his maiden race he defeated a field of fifty- one novices in a one-mile scratch race in the good time of 4:43 :2. To sum up, the 1927 season indoors was the best in the history of Union College. Coach Bruce uncovered much new material which will be available for the outdoor season. The feature of the season was the winning of double stripes by McMillan and Totten and their noteworthy performances in big league com- petition. The Second Annual Union College Invitation Track Games which were sche- duled to take place on April Second on the Alumni Board Track were cancelled on account of the illness of Athletic Director Bruce but it is planned to continue this event as an annual fixture in 1928. 202 ik. " 9.27, L 1 ly' . 'A '1.i1X'L"RL'11'- .1 J' - '4 Basketball, I 9 ' Officers WILLIAM H. HARDMAN . . , LOUIS J. RINALDI . JAMES 0,NEIL . I ROSWELL E. FISHER EMERSON GREGORY . . Team GRIBBCN,'MAYBE, MACKIE, KILLEEN . MCDOWELL, KETCHUM, BRIGNOLA, RICE . O,NEIL, DELONG .2 . . . SKANE, MENDES . BEDNOWITZ . . .. g ' Scores f 26-Z7 Union St. Stephens Union Union St. johns Union Union Rutgers Union Union C. C. N. Y. Union Union Crescent A. Union Union Columbia Union Union West Point Union Union Will.iams Union Union Syracuse Union V Union 26 Alumni 35 Points Scored Union 529 Opponents 501 Individual Scores O,NEIL 134 MAYBE BEDNOWITZ 100 SKANE MCDOWELL 75 KETCHUM . Coach Assistant Coach . . Captain . Manager Assistant Manager Left Forward . Right Forward . Center Left Cnard Right Girard N. Y. U. 22 Hamilton - - 20 R. P. I. 26 St. Lawrence 20 Colgate 25 Amherst 30 Brown 16 Crescent A. C. 28 R. P. I. 25 58 57 34 ,......-,,v..w.,,,.... .,.....,-,----f- .MA U. ,....,..,..-- ,v-,'1',..,..,..--'- l A-A-A , ,, , ,- , ... -1 T ,-:ner-::al'x:1.f,-.. 'fk -f-A -+-T--151' "" A ' - 'A' . f NJ ,A gr j STEREO VARSITY BASKETBALL TEAM Reading left to right, front row: BRIGNOLA, MAYBE, SKANE, CAPTAIN O,NEIL, BEDNOWITZ, MODOWELL, ASSISTANT COACH RINALDI Back row: ASSISTANT MANAGER GREGORY, KETCHUM, POTTER, YOUNG, DELONG, COACH HARDLIAN, MANAGER FISHER :nul--- K' ,,- ,.....,... . 2 Baseball, I 926 Officers J. HAROLD WITTNER . . Caaah BENJAMIN R111-TON . I Captain THOMAS S. CASSEDY g a Manage, W- A- MACMASTER . I . Assistant Mfdnager Team MAKOFSKI . . . . , Pqftglqgy MAYBE . . . . , Pitcher BOUTIELLER, LEWIS . A , Catghgr LEIFHEIT .... F im: Base GRIBBON, MACKIE, HAWKES . . Second Base HABER ..... Shortstop RIPTON . . . ' Third Base HOEHN, O,NEIL . RtghtFteld MCDOWELL . Center F ield DAVIS A . . Left Field Scores Union 1 Colgate H 4 Union ' 5 Rochester 2 ' Union 3 Amherst 1 Union 10 Mass. Aggies 2 Union 6 C. C. N. Y. 0 Union 7 Hamilton 4 .. Union. 9 R. P. I. 5a Union 1 St. Lawrence 2 A Q . 207 .Q '- as -5-1 L ...L Pilf'-sumti. NJ, ,- A ' ' - 1 C' ' - I 5 C ,ril 1 V- 1 -- s - ,-nw.-1--vn-na,-ww 'fb Y Af? Resume of IQZ6-27 Basketball Season ARSITY basketball Was hard hit by graduation and Coach VVilliam Hardman faced a difficult task in bringing the second string men along to fill the shoes of the 1926 stars. The Garnet mentor was successful in developing a splendid team which boasted of probably one of the greatest guards in the East in Bed- novvitz. Captain O'N eil, as high scorer, Skane, McDowell, and Maybe formed the backbone of the team While the freshman, Ketchum, showed good promise for the future. Coaches Hardman and Rinaldi did a good job in an otherwise off season. HYMAN BEDNOWITZ '27 Union's Premier Basketball Guard and a Favorite for All-American Honors 206 I' g 4 X Baseball Season of 1926 ORK started indoors at an early date in February in the Gymnasium with the battery candidates reporting first and getting in good Condition before the rest of the squad was called out at the close of basketball season. Eighty-three men reported in all, and after the final cut was made a total of thirty-three men were retained. Great concern for the success of the season was experienced due chief- ly to the ineligibility of Welliiighorst who had been the mainstay on the mound for the Garnet for the two preceeding years. This left but one pitcher of varsity cali- ber, Maybe, and he was a rather dubious prospect at the start. The infield was almost intact, as was the outfield, there being but one regular from the preceeding year that was missing. . After two months of indoor work the team opened their season .against Colgate at Hamilton, N. Y. on April 30th and lost a close and well played game by a 4-1 score. Union outhit their opponents but were unable to bunch their hits. Makof- ski pitched a splendid game and let down the Maroon with one earned run. Continuing their trip North the team met Rochester the succeeding day and defeated them 5-2, in a game marked by the heavy hitting, of the Garnet. Hoehn with three doubles led the attack on Titus who was finally driven from the mound in the seventh inning. "Ken" Maybe turned in a niceipitching job letting the opponents down with four widely scattered hits, striking out eleven batters, and not allowing a single earned run. T Union opened its home season with a bang when the team took Amherst into camp by a 3-1 score. Makofski again demonstrated his versatality by twirling a splendid brand of ball holding the Lord jeff's to six scattered blows and fanning seven. Presbrey for Amherst pitched a strong game holding the Union hitters helpless for five innings without a hit. He weakened momentarily in the eighth, and three successive hits following a walk, netted two runs and clinched the game. Union enjoyed a batting orgy at the expense of Mass. Aggies on May 8, at Alexander Field collecting fifteen safe blows for a total of twenty-eight bases. Haber with four hits including a double and triple, and Leifheit with a triple and home run were the leading sluggers while Capt. Ripton and "Bohn Hoehn procured three hits apiece. "Ken" Maybe limited the visitors to five measley hits and fanned fifteen batters. The -game was not without its bad features for Union, for "Stew" Hawkes had his hand broken by a wild heave of Nash the Aggie twirler, and was unable to return for the remainder of the year. Hawkes led the team in batting in the 1925 SCHSO11 with .417 and his loss was greatly felt. Still another injury occurred when Haber pulled up lame with a "charley" and had to retire, to be out two weeks. . n With both Hawkes and Haber on the crippled list the team left for their two game New York trip with a degree of uncertainty prevailing for the two XTGCHHCICS around the keystone bag were not expected to be plugged in Such Short mme' -.......,.,..,, .... ---- ' -' - -2--W - -ff--' Q Y-...m -- W: v f--I---:--A-3:77-:L---T-fl-Y-:-M - ---1,11 IIW- wg V, V ,v,,,, ,W .....,. .,.,,:.-:aw . ,N-.f.xv..,i--L.-. 7- .... . ..... ...--A---M-M-ggfzzl...---ll--37:7H"C"""""""""""-"Hmm-'T'-U-M N'iWMi'l'i' 209 VARSITY BASEBALL TEAM, 1926 Reading Zeft to right, front row: CAPTAIN-ELECT HABER, MCDOWELL, HOEHN, LEIFHEIT, CAPTAIN RIPTON, 1X4AKOFSKI, BOUTEILLER, NIAYBE, GRIBBON Back row: COACH WITTNER, WILLIAMS, MACKIE, LEWIS, STUBBS, MANAGER CASSEDY, MASCOT SCHNEIDER . , M. I ,lik Fig' A K V 'ilk xivtgtgfxg Q, X rid R21- ' ,r gr, if, a , yin. , .I Q- ff 1 af .,.. l N- vm- 5 .f7.t.z'.ifgf-we---'fl 1 Despite handicaps the team played an excellent game against the St. Lawrence aggregation and while the big crowd in attendance was disappointed over the loss of the game, still they found much to be joyful over in the brilliant manner in which the Garnet machine acquitted themselves. ' "Sig" Makofski making his farewell bow to Union followers pitched an excellent game and one which would ordinarily bring a victory, but it just was not to be, it seemed. "Sig" limited the opposition to seven widely scattered hits and fanned twelve batters but even this performance was not good enough to win for him as Gribbon booted an easy chance in the ninth that allowed the winning tally to trickle across the plate. In closing it is but fitting to pay tribute to the men comprising the team of last year for they formed what was the best ball team turned out at Union in the past decade. The caliber of play was at all times high, and the spirit of team play rather than attempts at individual brilliance prevailed. No better example of this wonderful spirit can be cited than that involving the election of Captain for the 1927 Season. Eleven men, Capt. Ripton, Capt.-elect Haber, Gribbon, Hawkes, Mackie, Makofski, Hoehn, McDowell, Boutieller and Leifheit, were awarded their "U" and when their ballots were counted it resulted in Haber's election over Boutieller by a vote of three to two. Both men were deserving of the honor and rather than express any preference no less than six men declined to vote. Capt. Ripton was at all times .an inspiration to his team leading the team in batting with the exceptional mark of .429 and making a safe hit in every game on the schedule. He will be succeeded by Jimmy Haber, a player of high class ability and one who isgmuch respected by his team-mates. The complete summary of the Season follows: Player and Position G AB R H 2 3HR TB BB SH HP S0 SB RBI Ave. P0 A E Ave. Ripton 3b 9 35 8 15 1 0 0 16 3 1 3 1 3 1 .429 6 12 4 .818 Haber, ss 8 35 4 11 1 1 0 14 2 0 0 0 1 3 .314 15 25 2 .952 Gribbon, 2b, ss 8 24 5 6 0 1 0 8 5 0 2 6 2 2 .250 15 13 3 .903 Hawkes, 2b 4 10 2 2 0 0 0 2 0 0 1 3 0 2 .200 3 3 1 .857 Mackie, of, 2b 4 12 1 3 0 0 0 3 1 1 0 2 1 2 .250 7 2 2 .818 Makofski, p, of 9 34 7 9 0 2 1 16 5 0 0 6 3 8 .265 8 14 0 1.000 Hoehn, of . 9 37 9 13 5 0 0 18 3 1 0 3 0 6 .351 12 0 1 .923 McDowell, of 9 35 4 7 0 0 0 7 1 0 1 8 2 5 .200 10 3 0 1.000 Boutieller, C 9 30 2 6 2 0 0 8 1 1 1 3 0 3 .200 81 11 1 .989 Leifheit, 1b 9 32 1 4 1 1 1 10 0 1 0 8 0 2 .125 77 4 3 .964 Maybe, p 4 16 2 4 0 0 0 4 0 0 0 2 0 1 .250 2 8 0 1.000 Davis, of 1 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 .000 0 0 0 .000 Stubbs, p 1 -3 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 -0 0 .000 1 1 1 .666 Lewis, G 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 2 0 0 1.000 O'Neil, of 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0 .000 Totals 9 309 45 80 10 5 2 106 22 5 8 45 12 35 .260 239 9618 .949 Opponents' Totals 9 298 36 68 3 2 2 81 24 8 4 75 11 26 .228 231 107 20 .944 Earned Runs-Union 32, Opponents 15. Double Plays-Union 2, Opponents 7. First Base on Errors-Union 16, Opponents 12. Passed Balls-Union 4, Opponents 4. Left on Bases- Union 61, Opponents 59. Wild Pitches-Union 2, Opponents 4. . . nf...-............,.-........k 211 Mg a W.- ..,,. .,, 4. 1. PM-W 1 . L I l ' ,sl il 1 'J 117. in U. if w ME ,lf T il : i il lil w v .yi 'l 1. 51 l. ii ,gl . 1151 ,. gV,,.W,,i A, ,, , ,. r vii: 1 9 lg i . T ill IQ ill if jlli L2 Qi if fl? ll . .l .l ll il. lg 3 .ffl all QQ ls Wi lli ill' if ? . ,ill . ll' .i ,tl vi if l . il' .I ' I l ll 'I ll 41' .. if ,jig WE la ii lil? al iff' li Us ii til T, 15 ll if I! .lf li wi lt 'lf lg- lx fl will if ,l I ll li .E if .ali if itil .L gy .E Jisi if W! li ls if ill? li l if I lr A 4 1-vi ., 1 ll is f. l' Q, t ' feefw' '-'4 ' ' ' "N' t W"i5:'g 'i 53" i f' CNW W --rr.r,,ps.nrrrrnM ,qQ , , , . ... .. W1 Q -.,...,...,.,i..r .-- 'WH-A .VA V V- - '- f 4 -fff--- M H"-M-' " "J 1'1',j'1'7j"x 1".-,r,,,,.,..1'.1'Z,',I11.2.'f4,,-WQLfl'vrrll3--n-lf-all-2,-f-fwfw-N--W - I Y . .. -Y . g --s am.. ...fs H. -- -..,-.... ,,-.A.........-...-.........-........... The first contest with Stevens at Hoboken, N. J. on May 14th, was rained off and the ball club had the pleasure of "looking them over" in the McAlpin Lobby all afternoon or going to a matinee. The Saturday game with C. C. N. Y. was a good tight game up to the sixth inning with the score l-O favor Union. The Lavender short-stop then proceeded to uncork three wild heaves which netted us two runs without a single safe hit. The next inning the Union batters fell on Kany the opposing twirler for four successive hits that piled up three more runs and put the game in the bag for certain. Meanwhile "Ken" Maybe had been pitching a stellar brand of ball that had the hitters baffled except for an occasional hit now and then. McDowell, Hoehn and Makofski drove in all the Garnet runs. With their full strength once more available the team next met and defeated our old rivals Hamilton without any trouble. Capt. Ripton and Haber collected three hits apiece and led the attack on the Buff and Blue hurler. Maybe was re- lieved in the ninth inning to allow Makofski to take a farewell Hing at Hamilton and "Sig" set down the three hitters in succession without one of them getting the ball out of the infield. The fifth inning was the one where most of the fireworks went off. Boutieller singled to right, Maybe flied out to center, Ripton singled to left, Haber singled to center, scoring Boutieller, Hoehn beat out an infield tap to third, filling the bases. Makofski singled to center scoring Ripton and Haber. McDowell went out on an infield hit to second, Hoehn scoring. Gribbon grounded out via- the pitcher. Corteau with four hits was the big noise for Hamilton. Ill-luck was 'apparently trailing the team for in the course of the next week Coach Wittner found himself in an awful hole for a pitcher. "Ken" Maybe de- veloped a bad case of boils and Makofski was spiked and tore a ligament in his foot. With matters standing thus, the team was forced to go into the game with the strong New Hampshire team using Stubbs, a second stringer, on the-mound. The Union team having overcome handicaps from injuries earlier in the season, everyone anticipated that they would again master the situation but they were doomed to dis- appointment for the game was New Hampshire's from the start. Our boys hit the ball hard but always right at the defense and they succumbed in easy fashion. The fact that ten Union runners were stranded on the paths just about tells the story. Makofski despite his bad legs, played the leading role for the Garnet, collecting two hits, one a triple, until he was taken from the game in the sixth inning to rest up for the R. P. I. game on the following day. "Sig" Makofskik without a good leg under him, pitched a heady game against R. P. I. on May 29th, and outside of the first inning when the Cherry touched him for three hits and two runs he was master of the situation at all times, limiting them to three earned runs. The Union hitters found some difficulty in solving the slants of Goodrich the first two innings, as he was using a change of pace with excellent results, and had our hitters popping up to the infield. It was not until the third inning that we broke into the scoring column and then we went into the lead never to be headed thereafter. T 1 1 1 210 3.1 mf. I . 1 I mfr I 'X fi ' ' 'I i .I xv , -, . .., . X. I 3 - -- ,, V1 L:::A.:.:g,.. . FSF "H Q54 3" A 5 W A--A -'-- -"'3:3g,,g f"'n'ilff.Q. A..- I ,. . , W . I i 4 . I il' I I l i -m-........s..4, W - A VARSITY LACROSSE TEAM, 1926 First row, left to right: LINNEMAN, CAPTAIN-ELECT BRIGHAM, POTTER, ADAMS, CAPTAIN LAUGHLIN, GAROFALO, HOXIE, DEWEY, MULQUEEN ' Second row: LAUTERBACH, SLATTERY, MCDONALD, MARTAIN, CLIFFORD, CUNNINGHAM, HESSON, ENGEL, PRATT , Third row: SMITH, GRIFFITH, GOODALE, BISHOP, KILBY, DAVIS, RYON, SIMPSON, DEPUY Fourth row: COACH STARZENSKI, ROBERTS, MANAGER BUCKBEE , Lacrosse, I 926 Officers ' VICTOR STARZENSKI, Coach RICHARD LAUGHLIN, Captain HAROLD F. BUCKBEE, M anager TI-IOMAS ATHERTON, IR., Assista1ttMa1tager Team BARSTOW EALESON LAUTERBACH HOXIE RYON LINNEMAN SIMPSON . DAVIS LOUGHLIN ADAMS ENGLE DEWEY NIULQUEEN CLIFFORD BISHOP MILLER GAROFALO POTTER DEPUY SLATTERY BRIGHAM MCDONALD KINGSTON HESSON PRATT Scores Union Rutgers 5 Union 4 Colgate Union Oxford-Cambridge 2 Union 7 St6V611S Tech Union N. Y. U. 8 Union 10 St. Stephens Union Crescent A. C. 8 Union 12 Penn State I Union Harvard 2 Union 5 St. Regis Indains -"i"""""-'--'-ft--,YM ' T-L3iI.-.1ifSQiIiJ2,1.l.'T1'fii ',Z,f 1. T if qlxl -A """""'-N---353-'12-112iiI2IL:r:.:.:iz:grar' "5 , - . 3 x 1' ' "g"-" 1- ...A.,,.-, A , ,W A ,, ,AW ..+.,H.A- ----1 -- ---- Y 213 ,,r:.,L,,- "-rex-:gg .1.:q ,M 1,,,,,, O, -,gg,3O,,,, '1gLd..-.ILL'11iQL.L-.LLZ..L "f" w.., 1"17fri'f'n'f2g3i:ff:L':r-"- K- l K H I V V AW! , . ,, , .Y .. . f --W 4 M- Wm U, ,A,,n,,,,,,v.,..,....,..,,,,-r.,.,,.........,..,..f,..-..,.f-.-...--.--.., EDWARD FITZ Instructor in Boxing and Varsity Trainer A MINOR, AND FRESHMAN SPORT MANAGERS THOMAS S. ATHERTON, Jn. ITALPH S. CROSS CHARLES S. '1'RAcx' Lacrosse and Hockey S1U7:'Il707?,'I:'I?,f1 Tczzmfs JACKSON TAYLOR ROBERT V. COX ALLEN J. GREENOUGH Froshmrm Football Golf F'I'l?ShIIIl'l'llN ,Basketball 212 in 4. 2 1 x 1. 1 A ii 4 :M W y, l 31 rm V it vi iff N ,:1' !,.! E34 lf' 1 its ge: :ft .g' Nfl 241: :ii Qvm NE by ini gigs I, Hi iii, 22? is! 2:45 ,l lv EU! was L31 li. it iii! -Sze ii' ix Wi iii tis tzia 2,15 U!! V31 mi :zu WH Ugg fi . I n 1 7 VICTOR STARZENSKI , Starzenski and Lacrosse HE name of Victor Starzenski will always bei synonymous with the game of lacrosse at Union College. For, it was thru his untiring efforts that the game ,was introduced on the hill, and by his undying devotion to this ancient Indian sport, the game has progressed to a marked degree, and all in the short span of four years. Mr. Starzenski and a group of Union undergraduates started playing lacrosse in an intramural way in the fall of 1922, and the game was added to the list of minor sports with an intercollegiate schedule in the spring of 1924. The first season, the team was beaten in five games but finished strong by defeating Williams. Five games were won and four lost in 1925. Among the victories especially gratifying were those over Colgate, Williams, and N. Y. U. The season of 1926 was a repeti- tion, the varsity winning five games and losing four, but the improvement was pronounced as the schedule was more difficult. The bright spots of 1926 were vic- tories over Penn State, Oxford-Cambridge, and Harvard University. Coach Starzenski developed a group of players from green material that showed a steady improvement both in individual and team play. Mr. Starzenski gave to his men great confidence, a thorough knowledge of the fine points of the sport, and through his personality inculcated a fighting spirit in his pupils that made his teams formidable opponents in big league competition. In 1926, the Intercollegiate Lacrosse Association ranked the Garnet team in eleventh position among thirty odd colleges and universities promoting the sport. This ranking shows, probably more than anything else, the advancement made, all of which was due to the fatherly interest and good coaching of Victor Starzenski. .g ....,-,,, ,M , A -,,,,,,,,,.,... .-, . - vt ,,,,,.,,,,,,...,....,v'---.--f---J "'-""-'--elilL-v-A-K-:a..:'.5.- ifzfiifygq, iff. 1" " ' f Y - f'-' -A """"""""" I .... .... 215 .T wrap-4 M... xxgtlmlgh., A4313 M 1-3 ,:,:::- f 'ff4f:,.:..:.:p..,1T1:::.::g,.::75':'t1::L::::r'7:i,:gf,,,gLL:.1.Lg4.z'W' K ""TLfLT?L-'Z-1---....,""""""' M ,-,,,,,., -W...,.,...,....,..s,..,.....- .... -...,.w.,..,.............n ,....-.,. -c,.,.s..--..,..-c.. .- - , ....-.,...-, ---M -'-'- 61.1 ::f'g1g:ii-g:g:?:"" 4L'Tr:r"::.....-,..,,.,-.,M. .,.. -MW ,,,, Y,..,..,.n--.,-,.is..,,,nuns- -f . .. ...,. af- .gcuw A ns, ... ,Q . ..,. ,., ,,-.-,..,.,.-.... ...,......,. .......4..,.......-...:....,...................7 if L 5 E l i f I 2 I 1 4 1 S i I 2 l ll :wg v l r l l i i 5 I 2 I 'xl ll A 4 S 5 .Eg ll i 3 T 1 T 5 I '51 alll lil ill I . I I i s 5 l i l 1 I x v M r , i l Q I A Y , A,.A r . . ,,,.,..,..,.-.,.,.,.q...-...v...,...........-...... W X . i ' l v 1 all T ,gl I V l,i gm rw gm all ill l 1+ l ,, 1 x Y' i E l l' T l n I ,M ,. - 1 by i T l AFFHE Two TEAMS JUST BEFORE THE GAME y . . . A T lnternatlonal Qxford-Cambridge vs. Union Q EM Ll Lacrosse Match ll ll ' Ig ri: . c Held on Alexander Field, April I4, l9Z6 S3 ,E 4 N ION had the honor of being one of the fourteen colleges in the United States l to play against the combined Gxford and Cambridge lacrosse team on the visit of that team to this country last spring. They came to Schenectady on April fourteenth, and, We think, Were Well entertained by both the city and the college. One of the largest crowds Which ever witnessed a lacrosse game on Alexander field Was out to greet them. The Weather was Warm and clear and the gym was bright With the red, White and blue of the Stars and Stripes and the Union Jack. Q The game Was close and clean, and Well played by both sides. The Englishmen Were very fine sports and Win or lose they seemed to play the game for sheer enjoy- ment and to play just the same steady game regardless of the circumstances of score, V time to play, or enthusiasm of the crowd. ' L5 ii 3 L 9 T1 4 Q . ,gf 4 li ,uni .W . S W,,,,A, .v,. w ig. -,wwis l A H F ,.-,.,,.,... .,w.,,..,,..w.fw - - "Lf Zf"1TT'Ti'1"'- l l W , ,A L1,,,-fi . rl, . N34 VARSITY HOCKEY TEAM, 1921 Left to right, front row: SLATTERY, HYLAND, CAPTAIN GILMOUR, CUNNINGHANI Baclclrow: HAYDEN, GOODALE, BEALE, MANAGER ATHRRTON COACH LARABEE HAROLD A. LARRABEE . JOHN G. GILMOUR . . THOMAS -ATHERTON, JR. . CHARLES STOWELL . Union Union Union Union Union Hockey, l 9 Z 7 Scores 5 Syracuse 3 Williams 3 Amherst ' 2 Hamilton 5 N. Y. U. -.......-..,............... A.. - . ....-..,....- ... . .,V.. N--f-M7 ,. - -- -' , H -ff:----eg VVYY A---.......f,. .,, , ,.,-Y ,... Q-we-H'f"' ' ' " " , ,, - -Y .,.,,- ,......-....g...,.,.-..,lL.,,,,IS'J.m.,22771f13-flff'fl7f'f---- - f V-I ,, --Y,,,....n., H., , 217 -1--fa-d1..m.gg.f.LA..., ,-..,. .,,., - ,.....-.:..v..,cw-- ----A ' , I W' yr 1' ' ,:: r 'X --w' 'F - , ,,V, 3 ,,1:35f,T2f32'?1r9g'gjfivj,FQ'2!,Xr1,f"f,4f1:g:11..':..,i:::.:gt:..:::::j:3:1:'.::Zgzgpi'-i':f:::.:::.' VARSITY SWIMMING TEAM, 1927 Front row, left to right: LITTLE, ROBERTS, CAPTAIN PARKHURST, ORR, KNIGHT, TERRY Back row: MANAGER CROSS, BONNELL, CLAPP, PERKINS, TAYLOR, LINDBLOOM, BLAIR, ASSISTANT MANAGER VAN EPPS ' Y Swimming, 1927 KENNETH GRAY, Coach , WILLIAM PARKHURST, Captain RALPH CROSS, Manager JOHN VAN EPPS, Assistant Manager ' Scores Union 26 N. Y. U. 36 Union 30 Williams 32 Union 42 Colgate 19 Union 18 Springfield 44 Union 47 Cornell. 15 Union 38 Fordham 24 Union 44 R. P. I. 18 Union 27 West Point 35 Union's Tank Records Event Record Holder 40-yd. Dash. :20:4 I L. C. CLAPP '27 50 yd. Dash 125 L. C. CLAPP '27 100-yd. Dash 259 L. C. CLAPP '27 100-yd. Backstroke 1:14:1 J. W. BRUBACKER '25 150-yd. Backstroke 1 :58 J. W. BRUABCKER '25 100-yd. Breaststroke 1:22 W. M. PARKHURST '27 200-yd. Breaststroke 2:44 :4 W. F. BONNELL '30 220-yd. Swim 2:4711 . J. W. BRUABOKER '25 440-yd. Swim 6:15:4 G. W. BLAIR '28 H. TERRY '30 200-yd. Relay 1:45 J' B' LITTLE 29 C. B. PERKINS '29 L. C. CLAPP '27 210 . fl' if , . ., g..A,L.T,i,,J5l4 ft , .3 .V ,fl , .-.. X I LQ ii r.nT1v1,'. Q ef . 1 4. 1-in .. . 'T V 51' A VARSITY TENNIS TEAM, 1926 LOUCKS, MCKAY, MANAGER TRACY, CAPTAIN FISHI ROSWELL FISHER . 1. ALISTER CAMERON I . CHARLES TRACY . Union Union Union Union Union Tennis, I 9 2 6 Officers Scores 2 Colgate 5 R. P. I. 0 Williams 5 R. P. I. 4 VVesleyan ff? QR, CAPTAIN-ELECT . Assistant 4 l 6 l 2 VVRIGHT Captain Ma11age1' M , anagev V 9 .Ai -.A..4.i.,.A.A.1,.,... .... v 219 "Kp 3. 5 ,, ,, -W or :,:f'1:,t'i., 1-1- ...W. 'Qg,T:IILTQLf1'.I."'l Y A v ,.i...L,,A .Y,..,..,..,. ,.... M... ..,L...,.,.,..,....-......,,, .M Y W-A-N-,A -A-Q '-'- Mn" . ., -A ,.,..,A,,.A..,.,.........,,...........M...............-..-...., , VARSITY GOLF TEAM, 1926 1 Left to right: MASER, BEALE, COACH THOMPSON, CAPTAIN AND MANAGER COX, BLAIR, HYLAND Golf, I 9 2 6 A Team - 1" A 1 5, CAPT. COX, HYLAND, BEALE, BLAIR iq? " . O Q ,,, A Scores p A p p Union 5 Syracuse 1 1 1 - A A Union 5 Colgate 1 A A ' Union 6 Syracuse 0 Union 3 Amherst 3 N . A Union 5 Colgate 1 A A A A State Intercollegiate Championships A f ' - ' Union Second 1 ' National Intercollegiate Championships Union Seventh A A ROBERT V. COX: CAPTAIN AND MANAGER OF THE H ' 1926 GARNET GOLF TPEAM U11i0I1,S premier golfer. During his three years of iu- tercollegiate compctitiou won 12 out of 1-1 individuzil matches :uid scored 18 out of at possible 21 points. Lust I season he placed third in the N ationzil Intercollegiate Championships. L..--,...,. ,,,. ... 21 8 if I 1 - v if tv l fi' A 4 'll 1 testi A Hi' ii 151 1 IW. 'i l E, , it H QQ' 151313 " 4'l lil it 53, I M1 A fill 1 iw if W 'u ll ' i If Q ui? Elf ,5 Ili ll 1217 ll iii' 'L is 11 'a in it lil ii 221 is ffgi Il if :ill 2 xi, It :lil 5 flig if Ifzf 'iii is MH 5 is iss! is 411: il :ii if 11:5 fi . 1 UQ! il sig mi 23 l-li fl ,lla lg 3225 it 553: il ii sql ii Mg if 5 fx! gi 1-li 1132 e Ili 1 JE? El 'fa if iii .. ,R ,fbi ii ' is 15 651, Vi xx 'Hilti 11,3 J. HAROLD WITTNER ALLEN J. GREENHOUGH HUGH KING WRIGHT RICE, BARR . COPELAND . . . MOORE, BULLARD . LIVINGSTON, KETCHUM KILEEN, NITCHMAN Union Union Union Union Union Union Union Union Freshman Basketball CDH5cers . rfeani Q . Scores State Teachers' Frosh Albany Academy R. P. I. Frosh Hoosac School Glens Falls Academy Schenectady High R. P., I. Frosh Saratoga High . . Coach . . M anager Assistant Manager . Right Forward . Left Forward . Center Right Guard Left Guard 16 19 14 11 21 34 16 21 -,,,""t,.g,,,,.,,-,,,..,...-. ...-.. .-,. --f--------- ' ' 1 I I I! 17 1 I I 1 I I1 1 I 1 I 1 1 11 1 1 I1 5 I I I I I I 1 I 1 I I I L 1 I I I 1 1 I1 I 1 I I I 1 1 I I C 11 I 1 I I I I If 11 I 1 I I I 1 I E I I I II II 1 'I ,I 1I I 1 I 1 I 1 I I I 1 1 I 1 1 I I I 6141 ,O M..- ,. 1, L """7J13n,,'rR'1'1'1- "" .,i:7fTi1. A A p .. ,. , M .... ,..,....A,.,,,..m,,. ,..--.-.":.,'1 I 'V -W -f-"- -- --K 'A', f 1 1-5:55:15:xii-g.g:g:r'-4:5111gi:g,:1::-rirftgfzii "" - -----' -A-f---W fr'-:fl -'-' j N "'e- -'4' f' V -WW A ,,,,,,,g-"'3M,,,g,,,,,,,,,,,,,T I J. HAROLD WITTNER JACKSON H. TAYLOR VV ALTER FRIEDERICH N OERAGER, Left End REID, Left Tackle STEPHENS, Left Guard FINEGAN, Certter BROWN, Right Guard Union Union Union Union Union Freshman Football Officers Team . Coach . . Manager Assistant M ariager KOHLEMAINEN, Right End NITCHMAN, XVARREN, Quarterback HALENZA, MOSER, Right Hahfback HEDGES, MAROLD, Left Habfback KILEEN, RUBIN, F itllback BULLARD, Right Tackle Scores Troy Conference Academy 0 Colgate Frosh 46 R. P. I. Frosh 12 St. Stephens Frosh 0 Fordham Frosh 6 220 11 1 If I I 1 I I 1l!I I1 1 11 1 11 1 II I 1 1 1 If I. 1I t1 I I I I II 11 1 1 I I I1 I IMI II1 -11 In 113 EII ?,I III fi! 1 I 1 I I1 .1 MI Z1 1,1 -1 1 1 1 ,,-I II 11- 11lI '1 211 III 111 1. 111 1 11 1115 1 '15 11 11. fTI 1-II g1 11 1. I. 1 if ,I .IC 111 1111 L1 11 1 V 11 1 1 11 5 I I1 1-1 1I 11, ,I 'Z I1 1 11 1"I E, 112 E I1 II 12 11 I '1I. I I ,JI '11 I I1 I I I 317 11 II II 1 II I 1 II II 1. 45 11 11. gi 1 51 Ii 11 II ri , I II II Ii II ii If SI '1 11 11 11 1 1? I1 15 ie 1. II II II I I 1 .11 I 1 1 1 I I ,qi 1 I 1 I I 2 I I I It 1 Il I 1 I I I L' Department of Physical Training and Athletics Third Annual Indoor Championships ' Boxing-Wrestling D I Interclass Competition for the George C. Foote Loving Cup Alumni Gymnasium, April 9, 1927 Order of Events and Results Event No. I-Wrestling ' i Divisions 115 lbs 125 lbs ' 135 lbs 145 lbs 160 lbs 17 5 lbs Hwt. All Finals J. Erlich '30, defeated M. Eisenburg '30. Fall, 6:41 F. N. Miller '28, defeated U. G. Warren '30. Fall, 7:23 I. Weed '29, defeated W. J. Friederich '28. Fall, 4:12 C. L. Stovvell '28, defeated M. S. Hawley '29. Time advantage, 3 108 J. E. Corrigan '29, defeated D. H. Halenza '30. Fall, 5:11 L. Friederich '28, defeated W. L. Nelson '27. Time advantage, 2:15 L. Friederich '28, defeated T. Kingston '28. Default ' Event N 0. 2-Boxing 1 - 115 lbs. S. LaCholter '28 defeated C. J. Frosch '29. Decision 125 lbs U. G. Warren '30 defeated A. Aulisi '30. Extra round decision 135 lbs. I. J. T. McDoWell '29 defeated W. Whitaker '29. Decision 145 lbs. I. I. Hage '30 defeated T. H. Allen '30. Decision 160 lbs. Hf Bednovvitz '27 defeated A. B. O'Grady '29. Decision 175 lbs. H. Bednovvitz '27 defeated T. M. Cannella '29. Default Hvvt. VR. B. Reid '30 defeated J. M. O'Neil '27. Default 3 Class Scores i Won by: Class of '30 With 35 points Second: Class of '28 With 31 points Third: Class of '29 with 30 points Fourth: Class of '27 With 16 points Referees Wrestling-Fred Hill, Lafayette College Boxing-Arthur Baisch, United States Military Academy l z I ,mu..-.,,..,Y , ,Y A . A. M. A . ,.,,,,..,,.,., HYYL. . ...W 223 r I FAST ACTION BETWEEN MCDOWELL AND WHITAKER IN A NEUTRAL CORNER STOWELL AND HAWLEY MANEICUVERINC FOR. A QUICK FALL 222 I V i N I l ? ' I 'IVHQ ik 5 XXKQJL? 1 x QM Qnztihities k ,.,.-,.-- X 1 1 1 I 1 E E 11 111 1 I 5 1 1 1 I 1 1 1 E 5. 1 W1 1. 1 1 In 11 .1 1 1 1 s 'I 11' ,1 1? 7g 1 I 2 Q1 1' 1? 1 1 1 i 1 I 1 . 1 1 I 1 1 1 1 1 I 1 1 L i 1 1 1 1 1 I 1 1 1 1 1 I 1 1 1 1 i '-H- 15 151:31 -zu-f-Lf' if 1-5-f'1if11tf - , , ,, I 1.,,. 311 W - .-14, ..., .,,,.I,..I..,,...,.,,-.,...,,,,,,...,,,,,,,,,,,,,m."':F- GEORGE WHITFIELD JOSEPH H. ILINHORN FEINSTEIN EPSTEIN MCDOWELL , TARBELL MYERS . Ross ' . . MACHOVER, KATZ . MURRAY, IIARPELL HANSEN . WRIGHT Union 4 Union 5 Soccer Officers Team - Scores Cosmopolitan First Germans 224 . Coach . .Manager Untside Left Inside Left Center Forward Inside Right Outside Right Left H atfback Center H ahfback Right H atfback . F itllbaele Coal F. C. 4 1 1 1 11 1 1 11 31 1 . 31 1 1 1 1 Y1 1 11 11 E 1 1 2 i 5 5 1 1 i 1 1 . 1 S I 1 ! 1 1 1 1 1 i I 1 1 1 1.11 .II 1 ,1. 1" 11 ,1 i 1.11 11 1 i1 li i E in 1 1 5 I 1 1 Q 1 1 1 I 1 15 551 1 9 1 1 1. 131 111 1!f 1 li I 1 Ei! 1115 1 E ff Zfi 11 15 12 111 11' '111 ,fi 212, 1.1! 3, 11, 11 11 1. I A . fa W1 . 1yX fy .- - X. A '. 1 + -trawl-3, I ,Q .. I . .Juv V . Undergraduate Publication Board PROF. HOWARD OPDYKE . CHARLES G. HASKELL HARTLEY F. DEWEY PRES. CHARLES A. RICHMOND DEAN CHARLES F. F. GARIS THOMAS S. ATHERTON, JR. WILLIAM R. ADAMS 4 CLARK L. HASTINGS Faculty 1927 VERNON D. PENNER I 928 . . . President . Secretary . Treasurer PROF. HOWARD OPDYKE PROF. WHARTON MILLER CHARLES G. HASKELL JAMES M. ROBESON CLINTON N. WOOLSEY Y '-- - - ---- 1- fi! . H!-A-:A . Rf....Tx...-........-..f.r.-......,...-,.......A.,, A ,,.......... ,.... ..,,.Q......, -..,..,.......... ...,,,, ,,,,A , 227 I . 4 ! I 1 6 LZJU Pu . V K H I 55- F V- wliliggigvg tfjlflijfljj-jgYQjf, " vwj,,.gjfQ,,,Q,,,,,,-., ..,.. L''i.ifi3iVfl?i4ffe-Ml-'TT-:Til-i':r'lv'Q4'Vl"':'i "i:'Ti""' ""' T: 75" Y ' TWT' -- as W. BENNETT SKANE WILLIAM H. EAGLESON s President Secretary The Student Body . W. BENNETT SKANE . . President WILLIAM H. EAGLESON . . . . . . . Secretary LL matters concerning undergraduates of Union College which should be set- tled, by the Students themselves are so handled. The organization in which these matters are discussed and decided is the Student Body, which meets every Monday in the Old Chapel at the hour usually devoted to chapel. The president of the Senior Class becomes automatically President of the Student Body, appoint- ing his own secretary from the sophomores. Every student of Union College is a member and all have the voting and speaking privilege except freshmen, who attend, however, and do receive all privileges after moving-up day. Reports and announcements of games are made by Captains and Managers. Other announcements of interest to the students are given as well. The Terrace Council conveys to the students the wishes and decisions of the faculty on various student activities. Student policy is discussed and outlines of activities are decided upon. Any change of the constitution of the governing board of a campus activity must be ratiied by the student organization before it may become effective. This body is indeed a proud possession of Union students and it is an invaluable organiza- tion for settling student problems, keeping each man aware of the activities of every student activity whether or not he may be personally interested in that activity. 226 . 'V+ 1 5, .. If A-Y ,.,,N ig F +1 . T H O 4 I M . CHARLES G. HASKELL Editor-in-Chief Concordiensis ' Editorial Staff HAROLD L. MARKSON '27 ' GEORGE E. FOSTER '27 WINTHROP A. MACMASTE ' R27 . . . CHARLES G. HASKELL '27 Associate Editors L. G. DEWEY '28 A. H. DICKENSON '28 J. H. EINHORN '28 VERNON D. PENNER Business Manager . . Editor-in-Chief . Managing Editor . . News Editor Senior Associate Editor W. I. GELSLEICHTER '28 A. B. WYCKOFF '28 R. E. WOODWORTH '28 Reporters W. H. RAYMOND '28 L. D. MILTIMORE '29 E. S. BARNES '29 B. NAUMOFF '29 M. A. CRAWFORD '29 I. H. SCHNEIDER '29 A. E. DART '29 S. V. SMITH '29 M. M. ENZER '29 L. TISCHLER '29 L. GORDON '29 R. W. BASCOM '30 B. W. JONES '29 D. I. VAN KEUREN '30 . Managerial Staff VERNON D. PENNER '27 ....... Business Manager HENRY E. GALLOWAY '27 ..... Publication Manager RAYMOND G, BRIGGS '28 , Assistant Bnsiness Manager HARRY C. LAMBERTON '28 .... Assistant Business Manager , Candidate Business Managers EDWARD CROFT, JR. '29 E. T. MAUGER '29 W, F. KAIN '29 R. E. ROCKWELL 29 r--v-r..,-.-.W-,.P-.,,.,,,.,..,f1'glL..... " ' ' L 3 229 ' '-:"i"F""A' """"" " THE CONCORDIENSIS BGARD ,.........,...-.-...,.. .,V.i,.,.,,f: ,,.,. H.. ..:L..:. -i . .W ., .. 0...-.,..,..L..S....,,,...... -..,.. NA.. ..- . .. L. K.-. . -, ,. 4.3, .E W1-in f .. T 'Sl -1f'- ggi.-.XX"lTA7',?:4T.11 :Z :"'tTT" "T TI' Y :TYT"I1'f"-"'-'7:f'-:-f-"tf'- S -Y 'W- J"9'N' ,....-,,-----f----'vw-""A MTH-"IW 'A"'--H -"'-'-""'H 'f "f' ' -A -- - ----1----0-..-...-......,.......WA... .,. ,. U, , . - , .. M.. . . ..,. . .I A., .-.I , A ,, , v-------A-M-'-'H' --P M ' - 'mf -cf-A .-....kA...L......I-..-,. .-.....-A..E-AA. , . . TI' . ., , M-. . ...Y ., .. . ......-----1.. TT--' - Il! ....-,-.. .... ..-M A .,,. -:...S.,- - .TA I V I--3' WILLIAM R. ADAMS CLARK L. PIASTINGS Editor-in-Chief Business Manager WILLIAM R. ADAMS CLARK L. HASTINGS HENRY S. BROWN . BRADBURY DYER . J. HAROLD KJOLSETH HAROLD I. BAUMES RAYMOND G. BRIGGS J. ARTHUR DE PUY ROBERT EASTERLY JOSEPH H. EINHORN JAMES E. FINNEGAN, JR. LOUIS D. GOLDBERG J. DONALD HARTNETT CLEMENT L. HENSHAW LUTHER O. HOWARD BERNARD J. COHEN F. HARMON MACKIE I 92 8 Garnet Board Staff AssOciate Editors HUGH K. WRIGHT . Editor-in-Chief Business M ariager Athletic Editor . Literary Editor Photographic Editor . Art Editor HARRY C. LAMBERTON ERNEST B. MORRIS GUY PAYNE, JR. LOUIS H. SCHENCK SPENCER V. SMITH LUIS D. DE ULZURRUN ROBERT E. WOODWORTI-I ARNOLD B. VVYCKOFF PAUL E. SCHULTZE LOUIS A. TREMONTE ROBERT J. 'YOUNG 231 J 1 ... , -- ,M --iz--:.:1t T,,,f, Y--, , -- THE 1928 GARNET BOARD Press Club ROBERT E. WOODWORTH . . President GEORGE L. VAN CURAN RAYMOND G. BRIGGS CLIFFORD W. CONNELL WILLIAM S. DEWEY CALVIN S. BORTI-IWIOK JOSEPH H. EINHORN NIARCUS B. EINHORN MILTON M. ENZER ROBERT W. BASOOM MARSHALL A. CRAWFORD WILLIAM E. CUSACK MAX J. DANSKY HUGH C. DICK 1927 1928 1929 1930 233 . Vice-P1'eside11l . . Secretary Business M a11.age1 VVILLARD G. H AMPTON CARL H. JOHNSON CLIFFORD W. CONN1-:LL ANDREW' VV. MITVIIIQLI, EDVVIN C. R'IULHlfIiY XVILLIAM V. L1v1Nc:s'I'ON RC7BI'lIZT B. PARKI-:R OSCAR XV. RIQXFORD RIILTON TL'IiK LOUIS J, WRIIQIVTIQR 1 uhh.. 'fxpyiisyiirmqxi 4-fi .1 I 3::'::.Q:l N.,:n.: . Y- i. , ,IQi,QIZfl3Tf,l'..'CS,17,f1TL,1Q.7IlILlL.1.-..Q..L-..t...,..,..LliflLf7.lfl.f.:fL'.T.1'.".IfLQlQ4Lff.,.,'l -fr W, 1,-W,, ,, ,Q ..,:.f.,,f. -..f.w.,-..,.., ...,.,, ... .du ..-.,h.n.-...aj .,. . . um 9 'W W CLINTON N. WOOLSEY JAMES M. ROBESON Editor-in-Chief ' Business Manager The Handbook CLINTON N. WooLsEY . - . . Editor-in-Chief JAMES M. RoBEsoN I Business M anager tHE Handbook appears each September under the management of a group of seniors and under the jurisdiction of the Publication Board. As its name implies, it is a very handy book for all students, but it is especially useful for the enlightenment and instruction of the freshmen Who receive it as they register. The book contains a Very interesting and authentic record of the traditions of the college as well as of the city. Herein, the eager freshman may lind the record of all Union teams for the previous season and the prospects for the present year. The names and college addresses of officers of all campus organizations and the constitutions of these organizations are there as Well. A guide to the campus and the rules for freshmen also help the newcomer to complete his orientation. 'lm 1. 'K i li li ix' W Us lil I' l 5 M, 9 if l 5 ,P F 1 1 ,ll I , l I l 1 i 5 S 1 I I 1 : lil 55 1 'il Sill i . 1 .'F :Iii i. . I ill wil all H. ,ii Il Q! ifli 'NF 32:2 Sq? 5. W ilii is 555. ll'l ig!! iv :el ll' Z' ..i :ii HQ guy! lilp ills iii 4 I iii Iii wi 2 15 sill sflf Sf: El Q22 l, lf: fell ill, ai, :ig 'Trl iff itil 2:54 llsl , gs izii 53:2 1.4 5:25 Il 5.22 P V 232 N I The Interfraternity Council ALLEN J. GREENOUGH DONALD F. HYLAND CLARENCE R. BUCKBEE . WILLIAM M. PARKHURST, KA WILLIAM R. ADAMS, ECP A. HOWARD AREL, JR., A111 DONALD F. HYLAND, NPT HOMER H. SMITH, AT ALLEN J. GREENOUGH, XXI' KARGES E. LAUTERBACH, SAX 235 . President . V ice-President . . Secretary-Treasurer CHARLES G. ROBISRTS, AACIJ CLARENCE E. H.ABER, BQH LORING MCMILLAN, CIJAQ CLARK L. HASTINCSS, fI1I'A KENNETH I. RLIAYBE, AXA BRADBURY DYER, JR., QDZZK CLARENCE R. BUCKEEE, EX 1 1 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 E 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 5 1 1 1 3 1 1 1 I 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1, 1 1 1 1 1 1 I 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 .1 1 I 1 J 1 1 X 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 11 11 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 S -1 1 1 1: 1 I 1 1 1 1 1 I 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 I 1 5 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 z 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 E 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 !xh ,J V ha F L1 . " 11,5 'X '21'4.-NIJ: N W 111:24 :Y-1 DEAN C. F. F. GARIS RALPH S. CROSS GEORGE E. FOSTER, JR. CHARLES G. PIASKELL HAROLD MARKSON Pi Delta Epsilon 23111 PROF. HOWARD GPDYKE BRUCE A. 1XaULQUEEN VERNON D. PENNER GEORGE R. PRATT JACKSON H. TAYLOR 1 111 1111 1111 11 11' 111' 111 51, 111 11 1111 11:11 1111 1 11 111 11 ', 1 1 1 1111 111 1115 -111 1111 111 111' 11" 1111 1111 1fr1 1111 '1'1 1'5i 5111 1111 V1 1111 1111 1311 E111 1111 3125 f11 I E1 'wi -'11 1 111 gn! 1'i1 F11 1 1" 1 11 11 1: 1 11 1 5 I 7 1 11 1 1 I 1 1 1 i 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 i 2 I 1 1 1 1 1 E 1 1 1 .,1.. 1 L1 3-11 .111 .551 1 , 11 1 1 11 11 11 '.E1 5111 T211 1:1 111' 1 'I '11 11' 11 1 . 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 fi 11 1. 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 I 1 32. 5jEg':fQ-lf-gzjf .. Q ..- "f 3.11 as . . MF, T.. . fs D, .5 ff ' 443:-7,, B ' -xc 1 1.1, .r . e are ie H firiiaifisi W- N -f ' m..ff.f-W,-..t..,.....-.L....- .. 1.-. .- .11 Q. -QQ JAMES M. ROBESON Pnorisssou Emiiau A. 'l'1mi.xRsn Managef Dircclor Qf the Glcc Club The Musical Clubs HE Musical Clubs this year, upon the regretted resignation of Professor Henry . A. Schauffler who had brought the organization from the state of being a nonen- tit to a state of being an organized permanent musical achievement, were fortunate Y in securing the services of Professor Elmer A. Tidmarsh and Dr. Arthur Geismai as coaches. Professor Tidmarsh is Director of Music at Union and is a well known choral director and organist in the capitol district. Dr. Geismar is an Instructor in Modern Languages at Union and has had much experience in orchestral con- ducting under German masters. The program presented this year was of unusual musical merit, and represented, in its form, a departure from the usual three part plan of entertainment. The idea, this season, has been to bring the quality of the music from heavy at the open- ing, to relatively light at the closing. ' ' ' f th o ram such numbers as Invictus. by The Glee Club included in its part o e pr g Huhn, Suabian F olk Song by Brahms, a Bach chorale, and Deems Taylor's W alers Ripple cmd F low. They also sang a group of negro spirituals and sailor chantics. The Instrumental Club presented Shubert's Rosammzde, overture, and that. too, has proved an unusually popular part of the program. It has been the aim of . . . 1 the clubs this year, not only to gain perfection in the numbers actually performer , h son Quch an arrangement has but also to study new numbers throughout t e sea. . i made the Musical Clubs a valuable asset to the musical appreciation on the campus. The Garnet Goblins presented the novelties so necessary to the success of any concert. Under the leadership of Eldred Stevens '30 and management of Fenner ' ' f k' ff a name for itself in H. Peckham '30 this dance orchestra has rap1dl5 been ma ing college circles. Their contribution to the entertainment has proved invaluable. ' ' 'f f soon come to hold the place on It is hoped that this phase of college li e mag the campus which it deserves. VVith the co-operation of the men and the capable direction of Professor Tidmarsh and Dr. Geismar there seem to exist few obstacles in the way of a continued development toward presenting a program ranking in quality and production with the best. 237 "-'Q-Z:1 ',.. . , - , THE MUSICAL CLUBS .,.,,,......,..-v-v-ww ..I' . P"37fzf'+ ,QK . ,3fTj,jri1 "-- 4'-Zim, -FAH -uhh mtv A QWMWM-V A ' M 1 . .-. .- .. . .,.-. T HERMAN SHULMAN . W. S. DEWEY '27 A. H. FEINSTEIN '28 J.. HYMAN '29 - Viola P. S. BURNHAM '28 Piano A. H. ABELL '27 Clarinets E. F. CONANT '30 A. H. DICKINSON '28 C. H. KENDALL '30 DOCTOR ARTHUR GEISMAR Coach of Instrumental Club Violins H. SHULMAN '27 E. G. NIAUGER '29 H. T. IVIASER '27 S. W. LEIGH '30 ri 5 CD e-e- P-4 C 5 CD 'J e-e- Pi.. Q. C U' U5 7673 VU FU F' . Leader K. JENNINGS '30 M. SCHERMERHORN '29 SEGAL '29 ,Cellos CONANT '30 Bassoon G. DEXVEY '28 Trumpets R. CLARK '29 7177 F5 FU Z GO Uo- go zo H L" C" O5 C 'U CD "1 O s: CD 52. O :1 F2111 Tn '23 :-:s wo ws- SI N32 00:1 E. GRIFFITH '29 B. VVOODWORTH '28 239 A. .HOWARD ABELL. . HAROLD E. BOWER '30 WILLIAM T. BONNELL '30 EUGENE F. CONANT '30 ARTHUR H. DICKINSON '28 ....W..f- -,.- .-f. 9 ,I JI .,.. 'gy lhhk Q'5?"E.f:f"'.' . .- v '-A- jfk'.igT':-Q, .J xfflot Clee Club First Tenors ,I ,izq if .Q 'Y-Qu A..-A ---1, 'ISREAL L. KATZ 27 EARL S. MARTIN '27 HAROLD T. MASER '27 ' HAROLD SEGAL '29 ALEXANDER J. YOUNG, JR., '28 WILLIAM W. BERRIGAN '29 PERRY M. BEST '28 ' PRESTON R. CLARK '29 WILLIAM E. DANFORTH, JR. '27 WILLIAM S. DEWEY '27 AURIE N. DUNLAP '29 ROGER E. GRIFFITH '29 JOSEPH S. HAYDEN '29 WALTER A. HORSTMYER '28 EDWARD L. CARROLL, '27 ROGER CONANT '30 LELAND G. DEWEY '28 JOHN H. FREE '28 HENRY C. GATES. '30 JACOB HYMAN '29 A. HOWARD ABELL '27 NELSON ARMLIN, JR. '29 EDWARD A. BURKE '30 PHILIP S. BURNHAM '28 JOSEPH B. CADY '30 RALPH T. COLLINS '29 AARON H. FEINSTEIN '28 . First Basses JAMES M. ROBESON '28 ROBERT K. JENNINGS '30 ROBERT J. KEEGIAN '30 CHARLES H. KENDALL '30 ROBERT B. MCDONNELL '30 FENNER H. PECKHAM '30 HERMAN SHULMAN '27 ' C DONALD J. VAN KEUREN '30 HUGH K. WRIGHT '28 Second Tenors ROBERT B. JOHNSTON '28 EVERETT G. MAUGER '29 ERNEST B. MORRIS '28 JOHN F. MURRAY, JR., '29 GUY PAYNE, JR. '28 ELDRED J. STEVENS '30 CS CLEMENT L. HENSHAW '28 KENNETH W. RICHARDS '28 ELLSWORTH E. ROSE '29 RUSSELL M. SCHERMERHORN '29 JAMES R. SIMPSON '27 EDWARD B. WINTERSTEEN '30 FREDERICK B. VVOODVVORTH '28 J I i EARL S. MARTIN FRANK DONEY LORING MCMILLAN LELAND G. DEWEY CARMEL C. GAROFOLO ROBERT H. JOHNSTON HAROLD E. BOWER Chou MR. ELMER A. TIDMARSH, Director WILLIAM E. DANPORTH, JR. JAMES R. SIMPSON VVALTER A. HORSTMYER PHILIP S. BURNHAM AARON H. FEINSTEIN CLEMENT L. HI5NSII.fXXX' FREDERICK B. XVOODWORTH VVILLIAM H. PECIQHAM JOSEPH S. HAYDEN EDWARD A. BURKE .....,. ,,-v...-.. Hi- Vvmf- V4 - 'AA F A A YA W Ami 241 -. . 4 1 A , , 4 N-W.,-f, dw wx,-41- . 1 3 . Q 4,4 , - . x-..'1f1.'Hrf, .. wr - 'QA hxfff 5,4 Wd, - . f A. I'IOXVARD ABELL H. SHULMAN Leader of the Glee Club Leader of the Instrwnental Club f ' QQ A MZ , x ' 1 fx x "KS ,, - ' . I . L' THE GARNICT GOBLI NS 240 is 1 v f 4 I 1 1 'W .I im fi tl Qi! H E? 32 f L V gaa E" 3 i , if I -I ii f iii P V? iii 1 if! 1 H1 g i,i I 3:5 f i'g 3 12A 1 ii? 1 322 ' ga :If K F5 QE i +2 Q :I Q li 'V I ll' I w 1 .H ai? 3 ii i If: Q Va F W2 5 T IE -51 W In K 75 3 ie ia M Xi l 1 P i "' ' 1: I A Y Y Y V I .. ,H Y in Y E 5. E IFES . 1'?f ! 1 Hs i gzu S Iftg i 5555 1 SH? 1 . W, . M? . l W A i "1 1 . I Q I fi . 1 1 'T I L i g igii . ,Er E Wi E .3 , 1. ' K IQ! mf If 1' Wil 11 I I! . ' WY I F 'I 1 ew I I E T: I I IH - ' ' 9 L ' ' ' ' ' T n1On College Chf1St13H ASSOCIHTIOH I wi CLARENCE ROBERT BUCKBEE . , President E CHRISTOPHER STAHLER, JR. . Vice-President M EVERETT T. MAUGER . , Segrezary H M HENRY L. ACHILLES . . Director i ' 11 .I W 13 W Y Cabinet Q ARTHUR H. ABELL SCHUYLER Y ATES .E A CHARLES S. CUNNINGHAM LEXVIS H. SCHENK gy H LELAND G. DEWEY FREDERICK B. W OODVVORTH Qg 1 M. S. GOKHALE HARVEY P. HALL i L CLEMENT L. HENSHAXV OSCAR W. REXFORD Q HAROLD T. MASER ROBERT B. PARKER Q C. WISTER REEVE HUGH K. WRIGHT i . I AdVlSOfy Board PROFESSOR WXVARREN C. TAYLOR . . . . President r HUGH KING WRIGHT . . . Secretary i .HTG HARTLEY F. DEWEY . . . . Yreasurer Ag 'T If T I DR. CHARLES A. RICHMOND ! Q III M DR. EDWARD ELLERY E I Iv., 9 I CHARLES T. 11.-XLE CLARENCE R. BL'CKBIiI5 '27 A. LIOYYARD ABIQLL '27 EYERETT T. RI.-KUGER '29 Qi DR. LEONARD C. JONES PROFESSOR WI-IARTON MILLER 1 Y I2 .I . J lx ,Ii ....... ..... - I . is L A Tm""U"f"""' T"'W"'I'1i'ml'Il'?O"gZgiQC5E1ilii."',,,'"' B---.-......-.--.---- I I . 'li'lfllMTWW'WW"'PQ'Lfl "Q.-fI,fQ'P 'lil' "' 1. ,'.. g.,'.Q.L' 'L'.:.'....---Q-em 243 W . f '3 . S ,v It A M ...fn 1 L dnt rmyuwz '-Vii V TJ WM-in H W A 'T'f""i'l1'7ffi"L'.'T2'7f'f1fIl'T'T'i'f"fIflq'ILT' fE1g14:::::.:1::1if."GEi f-'Qi'''df7379wW'3ATm:WT'1 ' E 'L ! Union College Band CHARLES T. MALE . . , ' Coach FREDERICK B. WOODWORTH . Leader EDWARD J. BASCH . . . . Marraager FRANK C. DONEY . Assistant M arzager NELSON ARMLIN, JR. . . . Librarian . I927 JOSEPH D. ALLEN G. MILLARD HABER JAMES A. DE PUY FRANK W. HADOOOK, JR. CHARLES M. WATERSTREET I 928 HAROLD T. NIASER HERMAN SHULMAN ELMER G. ST. JOHN ARTHUR E. VAN VVIE 1929 JOHN W. C. BASSETT HAROLD M. LUSK EDWIN L. CROSBY JOHN T. 1X4C1DOXVELL EVERETT T. MAUGER 1930 THOMAS H. ALLEN .JAMES E. CULLEN EUGENE F. CONANT ALFRED DI CAPRIO ROGER CONANT THEODORE R. NICILXVAINE I SEERER C. TARBELL 1 'I U 212 rf'vQ- 1 ' A T' . ,.T:i:.5:' 'ii . 5: i' ii . v EDWARD L. CARROLL BUELL G. TALLMAN, JR. to The Mountebanks EDWARD L. CARROLL - ..... . . Pl'6S'1id6l1l BUELL TALLMAN - . Bustttzess Ma11ager JOHN GILMOUR -A - . Stage Ma1t1ager A. HOWARD ABELL . , Secretary ARTHUR RITCHIE .......... Director T the opening of the college year 'the Mountebanks luckily were enabled to secure the services of Mr. Arthur Ritchie, Director of the Ritchie-Russell Stock Players in this city. Although handicapped by lack of permanent instruction and proper equipment, the dramatic club gave a most successful presentation of three one act plays at the Schenectady High School on Friday evening, December 10th. On December 4th previous to this performance the Mountebanks, as a new venture, gave the plays at the Mount McGreggor Sanatorium and were very well received. The cast of the first of the plays given, The Ghost of jerry Btmdler by W. W. Jacobs and Charles Rock, consisted entirely of members of the freshman class. The plot of the play, though slight, rose to a ridiculous yet exciting climax which pleased the audience. The second play was The Glittering Gate. Two thieves were represented before the gate of heaven. One of them Bill, with a huge bullet hole in his forehead, Hnally succeeded in forcing open the golden gate only to discover an illimitable expanse of blue and stars-and nothing else. jim, the older criminal is scarcely interested in this daring attempt, he despairs of everything except of finding beer in the empty bottles Which float down in the air about him, and is only slightly disturbed by thc fiendish, ironic laughter which continues throughout the play. 245 -..-LY ----M -u ,g ...,-, wf . , , THE MOUNTEBANKS '433-43339'i-11333575471333-iii-2' 4? 'TTS-' '.'Y iuf:f:.::1t::r.ff ?1Yf:Z:::AA,.LA.'-T--.LgLLL.-L':.:'::L1fI"' wig- - Q.. wALM-mm-.--MM,-,,,,,.,u,-h,m,mni--A-QA-404--4::YH YM-If-A245 umm '- ...,.....A......-...,..B..A..A... .,....N...R.g ...- .-.........-,. .. ., C.. Y, Q Tau Kappa Alpha ROBERT V. COX .......... President CARMEL C. GARAFALO . , , , Treasurer JOSEPH H. EINHORN ...... Secretary and M anager I Members On the Faculty ' 'DR WILLIAM L. GODSHALI. JAMES S. GREEN HERBERT E. MERRITT Undergraduate Members 1927 ROBERT V. COX HERBERT N. OTIS I928 . JOSEPH H. EINHORN CARMEL C. GAROFALO WILLIAM I. GELSLEICHTER MMWM C W 247 I ris..- - ..MgZ,g,zK:,M ESffQ1:gg73 L,fng,:3f:f:1rfi3gif:1fri L:11""'IW . i Ti' '-1 ...B..n..,...............-Q.. .-..,,...........,..-.....,..-,..-....,....,....., ..,. W.,-1, ,... ..,-..., ......, . A ......,..,...,...Lx......,.a......,-...........---., ff. . Y MM., W ,,,,,,. --.... ,s -V-- -., - s-f...,...,g. - ...v.:........ ...-..i...-..,-c -Mf 2.-.4....a,,,,.,,.Y,K..-i..t..,. ,.,..L..v....,..mf,.-.--... . , mi, ,A.,.. ..-. .,.., -.-va-., M- . -' -" "M" The closing play, perhaps the most ambitious attempt was the most successful. It was The Clod by Lewis Beach, presenting an incident of Civil VVar times upon the Mason and Dixon line. The monotonous- and indifferent existence of an old moun- tain farmer and his wife is interrupted by the coming of Southern soldiers who so abuse the old woman and her husband that, aroused from her stupor of drudgery, she becomes suddenly furious, and shoots down the intruders, relapsing immediately afterward with the emotional reaction, into her dull apathy. This play of Beach's is perhaps the most significant American play of its type. The designing and manufacture of the scenery was undertaken by john Gilmour, stage manager. The Cast of these plays is as follows: "The Ghost of jerry Bundleru Hirst . . . -.... Alexander Liston Tanner Pertfold . Robert Bogardus Parker, jr. Malcolm . Samuel Edward Brown Somers . . John Cole Crary Beldori . Harrison Terry Dr. Leok . . joseph Davis George . .... Malcolm Kenneth Hardgrove "The Glittering Gate" Bill ..... Remson johnson, jr. '27 j im . . Leslie Paul Clifford '27 "The Clod" Mary Trask . . . Edward Linus Carroll '27 Thaddeus Trask Arthur Howard Abell, jr. '27 N ortherri Soldier Aaron Harold Feinstein '28 Soiitherri Soldier Carmel Charles Garofalo '28 Dick ........ James Martin Hanley, jr. '28 The Mountebanks conducted several meetings for the purpose of reading plays with Prof. Raymond M. Herrick during the fall. The spring production selected was Kemjpy, the popular comedy. This play was selected because it offered a contrast from the more artistic and dramatic achievements which the Mounte- banks had lately presented. The tentative cast follows 2-"Pa" Berrce, A. Howard Abell '27 5 "Ma" Behoe, Samuel Edward Brown '30, Ruth Beirce, Theodore S. Oppenheim '30, Kate Berice, Harrison Terry '30, jane Wade, james A. Glenn, Ir. '29, Bert Wade, Robert B. Parker, jr. '30g "'Diike" M errill, Edward L. Carroll '27: "Kempy" james, Paul Schultze, Jr. '28. 241-6 Philomathean Debating Society HUGH K. WRIGHT CARMEL C. GAROFALO . SCHUYLER YATES A. H. ABELL E. L. CARROL C. K. DUBOIS H. I. BAUMES W. J. BURNHAM A. H. FEINSTEIN C. C. GAROFALO W. W. BERRIGAN A. E. DART J. A. DRZEWIECICI 1927 L. C. GARRISON C. G. HASKELL 1928 W. J. GELSLEICHTER J. A. HASTINGS H. L. HILLAS I. H. KJOSELTH L. H. KOSATSKX' 1929 C. D. ELLSXVORTH 1930 H. P. HALL D. V. HAYMAN 249 . . P7'6.97:d817f . Vzce-Preszdevzi . Secretary and Y reasuref W. A. 1XfIAC1X'IASTI5R H. L. 1VIARKFIELD S. M. Hlzssox VV. H. PIQCKHAM M. ROBESON . H. SCIIIQNCK H. K. VVRIGIIT .1- L B. NAUMOFF S. XLKTES J. L. RIILLEH , ' f":' lfif , 1 f. Q--Y.- ,,:,,..1 T -- 'Q?fTf'fY7'I2'is'QS1tfff,11ii? Q5-..fff,igf.:g..gg.g..:J:.t:.:.":.1 :LL:rg:L1i53Qt::.zi:":'i31g:ft.ig::T:i' Zg......,.......:I.g:J.l...,....""' Adelphia Debating Society JOHN F. SCHNEIDER JAMES D. HARTNETT P. G. EASTERLY G. E. FOSTER, IR. F. J. POWERS T. P. J. MOLAUGHLIN CHRISTOPHER STAHLER, IR. LORING MOMILLAN C. W. REEVES W. H. EAGLESON, JR. G. G. KNIGHT 1927 H. A. ROOT 1928 E. D. GOODAL 1929 H. H. COPLON 1930 2-18 E . . President Secretary-Treasuref R. B. STEEVES H. W. OTIS I. F. SCHNEIDER J. D. ALLEN R. G. BRIGGS J. D. I'IAR'1'NETT J. H. EINHORN M. M. ENZER 51. 12. PERSONIUS i 1 1 1 1 4 1 1 1 1 A 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 51 11 11 1 " J""""' fr',5-'5':-'J' """NT ""' Ai"'fi' 5 "ui -'Hifi' - unior Prom Committee C. EMERSON GREGORY, Chairman BRADBURY DYER, JR. DONALD F. HYLAND JOHN F. GRIBBON FRANK E. MCLANE JAMES D. HARTNETT PAUL SOHULTZ, JR. MARSHAL L. B. HAWES JAMES L. LEWIS, Ex Officio 251 -wI .IA I I II, :II I 'I I I I ii IIII IIII III I I I III III' III I II III III II II II II II II I I I I II ,I I I I II II III I II II II III Ii III III I2 III II' If II I? II II III III III 31.12 I I I I I I1 'I I I I I II' FII III II I, I I I I I I I I: I II II II IN. II- ,II II- 'II I I II II ...B-LTH... I I I II II III II I II II I. I I I I II EI II II I II II II II I?I If I I: I JI QI I I I I II II II II II II I. I II II II II II II I II I III I II F II II II II II GI II! II 72 E. II KZIZZ ',:' :g:'::::L1'.1.:L:','5fQg? i?.43YE?ffZ.'5g:1,..Ti':1ii.1..1. 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GILBERT J. POTTER WILLARD P. PARSONS FRANK R. ZIERER JOHN T. IVICIDOWELL, Ex Ojicio 252 :rf ef"'- f--- I I II' II, I III: I I I' IIII II, II III III II' I, III Il II' II I If! III II III I IIE .M I I,I III I I I I !II III 'II ,III IIII Iii III 4. III I , I III I . ,.I 'I . I II. III IICI II -III I . I , I II 'I I I I I F I I I I IFS f'I TIII II . III Ig I 'I I Isl! II' I EH I .II 'I III IIII II I 'II ,S i,II II ,,I ,II IJII in I iI I I I I I, I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I 5 I I I I I I I I I I Z I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I -I I I II I I I I I I I I I I I I I I L4 E 4 I J J 'u 55 5 3 I i I , 1 3 . 5 I F . 1 I F I 2 E . E I I I I 3 S E I . 5 5 . E F V I 1 F 1. 1 I I P I f +- li s F 'E F Is J! E F 5 PQ E I If I RJ A 1. W1 r :I 4 F I I 'I 1 I l 42 LEWIS H. SCHENCK RICHARD M. BAIRD FRANCIS C. BRADT . CLARENCE R. BUCKBEE RICHARD BLANCHARD FRANCIS C. BRADT RAYMOND G. BRIGGS HOWARD V. BRUMER A CLIFFORD J. BUCKBEE RICHARD M. BAIRD CLARENCE A. BARBER ARTHUR E. BAYLOR A. RAEBURN BENSON CHARLES H. CASSEDY I De Molay I 927 EARL R. CAIRNS 1928 MEYER B. DUNN JOSEPH H. EINHORN JAMES E. FINEGAN, I 929 GUSTAV PIRK 1930 WILLIAM E. CUSACK MAX J. DANSKY VINCENT D'ANZA HENRY C. GATES ROLAND H. GREEN J 4' J i . . President . . Vice-President Secretary and Treasurer GEORGE R. PRATT CARL H. JOHNSON FRANK E. NICLANI5 LEVVIS H. SCHENCK V. ALEXANDER STUART LISLE G. RECTOR ALBERT J. LENDER THEODORE H. AICILXVA RALPH V. AIOORE LYNVVOOD STODDEN IRA C. VVERLE 255 INE L71-.A.,,..-... ,.-:i1.f.--W ,..- ..-.. Wag.. .. 7.1. . . .,..-.HY , .. .pfgew f... G.-W..-.nf,-1.........-...-,.,...........fG.-..-.....,-1.,-...-,. A EPM.. ,,111'j5j'1g'j71't: 'ij" i iiigjjrgili':ij:.i,'.g?fi.4iiit ilizggggl ,5', T . 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POWELL HAROLD A. LARRABEE CHARLES S. CUNNINGHAM CHARLES G. HASKELL KENNETH G. MAYBE FRANCIS L. STEBBINS, JR. GEORGE L. VAN CURAN . President . Vice-President . Secretary-Treasurer DR. HARRISON C. COEEIN Undergraduate Members C l927 THOMAS S. ATHERTON, JR. BUELL G. TALLMAN, JR. CORNELIUS C. TOZER I928 JAMES E. FINEGAN, JR. CLINTON N. WOOLSEY ROY E. ADSIT 254 LEWIS C. CLAPP JOHN G. GILMOUR EDWARD R. BENNETT lVlORRELL B. llENDRICKSON ERNEST B. MORRIS - 5 i 4 l l E. s l 1 I I I -J 1 3 1 L . . .. ', u I "::::3?::::fi533i3737i5i -if "" M 5"'Wm'.EQllf.'L.fj.'jQj.f1."'.iZII I III Student Chapter American Society Civil Engineers WILLIAM F. BRZOSTEK '27 ........ President JOHN HADALA '28 . . . . Vice-Presrderzi IRVING SADOSKY '27 ..... . Secretary ANDREW M. ANDERSON '27 .... . . Treasurer A Faculty Members HUGH MILLER W. C. TAYLOR I Advisory Board PAUL DAVIS HUGH MILLER F. L. ROBISON W. C. TAYLOR 1927 A. M. ANDERSON W. G. CARPENTER D. I. C-ALER I. SADOSKY 5 L. B. BARROWS E. A. CORDONE C. E. HABER J. F. SCHNEIDER C. BECKER M. G. DAPSON A. R. HAIGHES J. H. TAYLOR W. R. BREWSTER P. D. DAVIS C. B. JOHNSON E. V. VVEMPLE R. W. BRIGHAM H. W. DUGGAN H. W. LIND J. WYATT A. B. BROWN E. M. FERRY H. A. NADEAU R. T. ZEGLEN W. F. BRZOSTEK N. R. ZEITLER 1928 C. BORTHWICK J. K. E. FLETCHER! A. R. KETCHUBI F. L. ROBISON R. BRIGGS J. H. FREE H. L. LANSING H. B. TARBELL A. V. BUNNEL F, GRASS0 G. E. NIILO L. H. VAN DYCK L. A. COLLINS J. HADALA C. R. 1XfIY'ERS S. VAN XVAGENEN I H. JLFERGUSON J. A. HASTINGS J. B. GBR 4 257 r L 'ff xfai X K ' 4 gf ' 4 'As' Pi Gamma Mu Faculty Members WILSON LEON GODSHALL ALBERT HENRX' HALL Undergraduate Members 1927 JOSEPH D. ALLEN CHARLES K. DUBOIS DONALD L. MILTJPIAM HAROLD I. BAUMES BRADBURY DYER, JR. 1928 HUGH K. VVR1c:u'1' 12513 THOMAS P. J. lX4CLAUGHLIN LESTER T. NIOSTON CHARLES S. CUNNINGHAM W1LL1AM KI. GELSLE1uu'1'ER, ju. J O l-IN H. 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Y,,,.......,.S.............:A-.011-.:,T ..r. -..-... ...Tc-, .. .A ,,,, W, A V ------P.......,,.,,-,,,,V,Vmh -Q. pn ' Wzlllgrlzlizlzu 4"' A M1:2Tngyflrr 'VAY 1' 'Q"w" 'A'YR:i3lT:L:Ti" ?'f'?S??,stA'?1f-iii:1:f:t:7::::.:tig':::t':iig'::ggiff:-::.:-:i::'::.1,I ML --in-----A----.. .......h.. A ........A.,.-.......,.. I 1 ROSWELL E. FISHER . WILLIAMIE. DANFORTH, JR. HERBERT N. OTIS . . DR. RALPH D. BENNETT DR. JAMES M. HYATT WINTHROP A. MACMASTER ROSWELL E. FISHER WILLIAM E. DANFORTH, JR. ROGER T. STONE Physical Society Offncers Faculty Members Graduate Member G. R. STIBITZ I9Z7 1928 FROHMAN ANDERSON I I I C I 1 . President . Vice-President . Secretary-Treasurer DR. RICHARD D. KLEEMAN C. RODNEY PITTS HERBERT N. OTIS EDWARD J. BASCH DUDLEY C. SMITH CLEMENT L. HENSHAW 261 ' "Iliff ,.A, NQV, ,4,, , A ,,,,A W 1.1 ..ff.L.,V.l-..Q.-:.l..,.Af-f-V-'LA1---- -- A 3li-lS"'n""f,-f'T5"""l',,"l f ' .I ,L ,ffiinffv gif A4 .......... ,..., --.D.,..,,.,.,. .,,....,.., . ..,,. ...V V ... ,........ ....I'..T'..'1'.Z.-."ZT"Tf V ,.,, ..A. , ,,,. .,.......,.-.......-.,..m.......,,................-...-..........,.Q7. 1 EDWARD I. BASCH . HERBERT N. QTIS . DUDLEY C. SMITH . DR. EDWARD ELLERY DR. CHARLES B. HITRD EDWARD I. BASOII WILLIAM E. DANFORTH FROHMAN ANDERSON CLEMENT L. IJENSHAW LOUIS R. BUEROER Chemical Society Qfflcers Faculty Members DR. JOHN W. KERN Graduate Member G. R. STIBITZ l927 ROSWELL E. FISHER 1928 DUDLEY C. SMITH ROGER T. STONE ARTHUR I. TO'l"l'.l" , -1 R. ,N 1929 CARI. KT. FROSOH 21511 . President . Vzce-P1'e51.de1zt . Secretary-T1'eas14re'r CHARLES R. PITTS DR. THOMAS A. WILSON WINTHROP A. 1X4AC1XfIAS'1'ER HERBERT N. UTIS ARTHUR E. VAN WIE VVILLIAM A. X7AGER HENRY C, STAEHLE ................ ,I It v. W5 1 I 1 I I i A I I. fit J Ill, Tit "I ' r I 5:3 Sit ME' 'it .li L5 im rf! W. g,f If lg? 2513 gfli Ili Lg, 3.1 Wi? fi! Yin 155: I I 1 , I I v French Club HAROLD I- BAUMES, PV6S'1fd614i JAMES L. PERRY, Vice-President LEWIS H. SCHENCK, Secretary and Treasurer CLARENCE BUCKBEE HAROLD I. BAUMES MEYER B. DUNN ROBERT BEALE, JR. LAMBERT L. BORDEN HERMAN H. COPLON ROBERT V. HUNTER THOMAS S. BOWIE EDWARD A. BURKE MICHAEL P. COFFEY MARSHALL A. CRAWF MAX J. DANSKY JOSEPH DAVIS ORD EDWARD D. DICKERMAN EDWARD C. DONEY ANDREW T. HENDERSON 1927 I928 JOSEPH H. EINHORN JOHN H. KJOLSETH SIDNEY LA CHQLTER I929 CARL H. JOHNSON RALPH H. JONES PHILIP MARCUS JOHN F. MURRAY, JR. HENRY C. STAEHLE A I930 BOLESLAUS S. KILIAN FRANK J. LANGE ALBERT J. LENDER WILLIAM V. LIVINGSTON ROBERT B. MCDONNELL THEODORE R. MCILWAINE JAMES E. PERSONIUS JAMES F. H. ROBINSON, JR. HENRY B. ROTH 263 CHARLES K. DUBOIS JAMES L. PERRY LEWIS H. SCHENCK WILFRED L. TURK HATHAWAY TURNER JEFFERSON WEED CHARLES R. WILLIAMS WALTER G. RYON CHARLES W. SAWTELLE ROBERT E. SCHOLLY ANDREW SMITH SEEBER C. TARBELL DONALD J. VAN KEUREN KEITH H. WILCOX EDWARD B. VVINTERSTEEN LOUIS J. WRIGHTER CHRISTOPHER STAHLER, RAYMOND E. WYTRWAL ROIAAN R. VIOLYINT . CLINTON N. WOOLSEY EDWARD R. BENNETT FRANK DONEY ERNEST ENZIEN CLIFFORD GALIIOWAY ANSELM J. HANNOIW HOWARD L. PIILLAS DANIQEIJ IOSEFFA WALTER B. NIACOMBIGR ROBERT' H. MARKS TIMO'l'I-IY H. Mc.:SWmmN1cY Pre-Medical Club . President . Vice-P1'es1fde11l . Treasmer . Secretafy GUY PAYNE, JR. EVERETT N. PERKINS VVILLIAM H. RAYMOND C1-IARLES RUNO1-1, J R. Cl-IRI STO P H ICR STA H LE R , ELMER. G. ST. JOHN RALPH P. S'1'1cv1cNS IQOIVIAN R. VIULYN CLINTON N. WOOLSEY RAYMOND E. W Y'l'RWAl ERWIN A. HECK ...... . . President ERNEST F. HASENFUSS . . Ify'fC6-P7'6Sfd6'l1,l WILLIAM H. MEYER .... Secretary and Treasmer DR. ROBERTW. CROWELL IDR. ARTHUR GEISMAR ERWIN A. HECK HOWARD V. R. BRUME LOUIS D. GOLDBERG JOHN F. BUOKOFF CARL F. ACKERBAUER JOSEPH B. CADY THOMAS E., DE GUISE DR. IVIORTON C. STEWART HERMAN SHULMAN VVILLIAM H. RAYLIOND CHRISTOPHER STAHLER, JH LOUIS TISCHLER JOSEPH WALDO THOMAS A. C. XVILSON DOMINICK A. ZURLO .A -f1 .rw A 1. V.,-. ' .5 . fl'f'fLlU'I if . K, W, .. . .wggjllrgf 35.1 .X .,, Spanish Club L. C. GARRISON, President A C. C. GAROFALO, If7:C6-P7'6S'1Td611f M. E. CANTER, Secretary L. J. LEVERENZ, T'2'6C1fS'If17CI L. C. GARRISON L. J. LEVERENZ H. SHULMAN S. FAVOUR C. V. GAROFALO F. MASKUTTI PETERS H. FEINSTEIN E. HUBBARD DE ULZURRUN D. BATTAGLIA D. DIELONG B. NAUMOFIV SADOSRY W. BERRIGAN L. FILLER L. OSTERHOUT SCHOENBRUN M. CANTER L. HARDY W. PARSONS SEGA1, J. CARICHOEF R. LEVY L. REc'roR VVllI'l'AKlCR. D. DALES R. BENSON C. IAIARBRIGCK N. lVIAso'1'TI IQIDER A. CERLISLE W. CLAUS J. IDRZEWIIGCKI A. CEOLDBERG R. GREEN D. ITALENZA H. K Eire :H U M T. KII,IJl'll'lN A. Know W. KNIi'iIl'l' VV. Llczwl' W. O,BltllGN QI. pAD'ULA H. REELS R. REED E. RIUE jill 1QO'l'lll'1MlCll IQOTIIMANN Sw lC ET TERRY XV E1:s'1'Elz. 3 LESLIE P. CLIFFORD MERRITT P. DURKEE ROBERT G. HOEHN REMSEN JOHNSON, JR. BRUCE A. MIILQUEEN ROBERT W. DENNIS HENRY R. DUBOIS, JR. MARSHAL L. HAWES MORRELL B. I-IENDRIOKSON DONALD F. HYLAND Kappa Beta Phi 1927 1928 GEORGE WALKER I 929 EDWIN B. POORMAN 267 WILLIAM M. PARKHURST GEORGE R. PRATT W. BENNETT SKANIG FRANCIS L. STEBBINS CHARLES S. TRACY JAMES L. LEWIS CHARLES G. RfJBI'JIi'I'S JAMES M. ROEESON PAUL SCI'IULTZE, JR. CHARLES L. STOVVELL 1 1 5 4 A" 1 E4 -, gi Q- -1 ,' 'r -g H xc f Fl- .5 . .Ig . The Cosmopolitan Club MADUSUDAN SHANKAR GOKHALE . HARRY C. LAMBERTON SCHUYLER YATES . REMSEN JOHNSON, JR. CLARENCE R. BUCKBEE R. I. GANGULI M. S. GOKHALE HARRY C. LAMBERTON FRANCIS A. MASOTTI WILLIAM W. BERRIGAN EDMUND R. SAWTELLE RO'I3E1R'1' B. PARKER, JR. 1927 1928 LUIS DE ULZURRUN 1 929 Sm 1 UYLIGR. XIATES 1930 CHARLIGS CW. SA.W'l'ELLE 21113 . . President . 1771166-P7'6S'id671f . Secretargv . T1'ea5m'ef REMSEN JOHNSON, JR. PIAROLD T. IXQASER BRUCE A. 1X4ULQUEEN EDGAR NIEGE, JR. HUGH K. XVRIG HT CLARENCE Z. Suu AR'l'1'1UR. Y. '.1'AYLoR Osmu W. R mxlvolm , ..... se 11 'F .1 91 11 1 E+ 1 1 ' 1 ,x. 'f 1 Q 1 9 -fm, 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 .4- 5 3 I I 51. .M lf Q11 I . ,Q . 1: . QE If 11 A, I in 'E N is .1 K .1 5 ,1 I ji I , J 'J .1 1 1 1? 11 1 12 ,E I 1 E I I 1 Ig if 51 Q1 1,1 fi 15 15 IH 1 1. .fl 1 1 1 1 1 1 k I J1 1 WL I J F E 1 W1 ?.-.-A.... Ar H E ,J , 1 5 W 1 1" I 1,z J . 3 Ie. 1 1.1 111 "I Q1 1:1 111 155 551 if? Uf E2 ,I J: l 15 15 55 1!f fi li .1 if 11 J 'I J. .1 ai if EE 1 1 1 5 1 i 12 3? 1 1 I 1 S r I f ? 15 VE JS VE I F '! '1 5 Ji i -1 's l J E J I 15 11 RENWICK A. OSTENDORF . JOHN P. HARCOURT FRANK ZIERER . A. HOWARD ABEL, JR. LESLIE P. CLIFFORD HARRY B. DUANE, JR. ROBERT G. HOEHN WILLIAM R. ADAMS MARSHALL L. HAWES JOSEPH S. HAYDEN MORRELL B. HENDRICKSON SAMUEL W. HATHAWAY, II E 1 Q LAMBERT L. BORDEN 5 JOHN L. CARIOHOEE 5 JAMES A. GLEN, JR. J LUTHER GORDON ROGER E. GRIFFITH P 1 I 1 S Z 1 Q, , 1...-.NM Y Tigefs Eye 1927 1928 I9Z9 FRANK ZIERER . . Preszfdeni . . V zce-P1'e51zfdc11Z Secretary and T7'6GS147'G'7' JAMES L. HOXIE RERISEN JOHNSON, JR. FRANK H. IVIACKIE, JR. GEORGE R. PRATT JAMES L. LEWIS CHARLES G. ROBERTS ROGER T. STONE HUGH K. WRIGHT JOHN P. H.-kRCCJL'RT RICHARD D. I1OVVGA'I'I5 ALBIN S. JOHNSON JAMES XV. ICELLOGG, JR. RENXVICK A. OSTICXDORI' ARTHUR Y. TAYLOR -....,.---.. ,LA ' '- ' 269 HARRY B. DUANE, IR. ALLEN J. GREENOUGI'I THOMAS S. ATHRRTON HOWARD A. ARRLL, JR THOMAS S. IATHERTON, JR. RICHARD W. BRIGHAM WILLIAM R. ADAMS ALLEN F. GREENOUGH MARSHALL L. B. HAWES ROBERT BEALE, JR. LAMBERT L. BORDEN ' JAMES A. GLENN, JR. JAMES W. KELLOGG, JR. THOMAS S. MILLER WILLIAM F. BONNELL SAMUEL E. BROWN RICHARD M . CRAIG EVAN B. CULLING, 2ND O. A. N. I9Z7 LESLIE B. CLIFFORD HARRY B. DUANE, JR. MERRITT P. DURKEE I9Z8 FRANK H. MACKIE, JR. DONALD F. HYLAND I 929 CHARLES B. PERKINS HENRY L. PIERCE, JR. W. BENNETT SKANE CHARLES S. TRACY MORRELL B. HENDRICKSON JAMES M. ROBESON ROGER T. STONE WILLIAM L. ROBINSON, JR ALLEN T. SMITH WILLIS M. VAN HOESEN RALPH S. STILLMAN DEFOREST C. PITT EDWIN B. POORMAN EDMUND R. SAWTELLE I930 EDWARD S. FINEGAN CHARLES H. KENDALL EDWARD D. MYERS, JR. GARNER W. REED JEFFERSON VVEED WILLIAM H. EAGLESON, JR EVERETT RICE VVILBUR S. ROBERTS, JR JOHN R. ROGERVS MARTIN E. XVAHL 271 -- .-... . ,.v,. ,.-..,...........,.,..,-,....,....,,- . . .-.W ...,. L, ,.,,,.,.,-,- .....f... ,...........- . Sits Iv, W GILBERT JOHN POTTER . RICHARD IDDINGS BARSTONV ALAN THOMPSON SMITH . THOMAS S. ATHERTON, JR. LAMBERT B. BARROXVS, JR. RICHARD VVLJBRIGHAM PAUL D. DAVIS B4ERRITT P. DIIRKEE RUDOLPH A. BRODMAN JAMES D. HARTNETT LUTHER 0. HOWARD VVILLIAM S. LITTLE ELMER STACEY BARTLETT PAUL ARNOLD DILLINGHABI HORACE WEST KNIGHT JAMES BELLOWS LITTLE WILLARD POPE PARSONS FENNER HARRIS PECKHAM Idol Club . . . President . . Vice-Presiderd Secretary and Treasurer 1927 . ALLEN J. GREENOUGH BRUCE A. IVIULQUEEN GEORGE L. RYON FRANCIS L. STEBBINS, JR. - ELMER V. WEMPLE 1928 LORING MCMILLAN JAMES M. ROBESON PAUL SHULTZ, JR. A. IRVING TOTTEN, JR. JOHN D. VAN EPPS 1929 CHARLES BRUSH PERKINS ROBERT ELIAS ROCKWELL EDMUND ROSSITER SAWTELLE WILLIS MACDONALD VAN HOESEN JEFFERSON WEED SCHUYLER YATES 270 .,.,.. ml-:L xiii ' ""f 1'T"TT", ,.-:'Tiii::.T::1'Tg:7T::'f-.'Z,'I H---fr A -v-A -,- - -. , .. W, ,nn , XY Y,,, nifl: -it-LAM?---.,...,....,.,L...., A- - ...AWN v - - - ' ff "A---ww---1-y 1- -vw--...-.--....,. .....,.Y.......,....,,,,, 4 ' ' - -vl......+...........-., .. .....-, -N"-Y V -A-r..,.......-e.......--.Q..i.., I I I Chl Iota WILLIAM S. DEWEY WARREN L. NELSON WILLIAM H. VAN T ASSEL RICHARD BLANCHARD HOBIER E. PIQTIQRS ERNEST B. MORRIS HAROLD L. TARDLLL RICHARD I. VVELLINGHORST I I 273 A , V, A , ,gAA,A,,g,gA1.E,,,,, ., ' ..,, g,i.,,..-., .A., ,M..,.,..1.::1f?'f:?1Kg?g"???iiFQ'fff:.fE,.,-:..4E.Ag5g,.g,:gLE4:':,4::T i'iQiW1R1f'i:f':ifW ,531 T E f--W-E T-'EET - A A f Swiss Navy A RICHARD DOWLING HOWGATE ALAN THOMPSON SMITH LUTHER GORDON FRANK RICHARD ZIERER FENNER HARRIS PECKHAM ARTHUR BERNARD O,GRADY WVILLARD POPE PARSONS WALTER WHITAKER - IRENYVICK ADELBERT GSTENDORF V ' Qi? -' gas. Kd ,. I A 5 nf., I, W 'H y .K 1, Mk . I avg 49 'MM s ..q. fl-'K fa . ug ff Q ,",5f,1: 5, g', a 1 x x- .o t X ir ,. , 8 w 0 ' 4 Y -, is " ' - X " his X. gr 1. 1 X 1 .1 Y ' f wwf W W ,V ,, . . 4 , ,' -5: M '- 11' .I i v 'gl . mf' Q5 Y , W QM if .5 :A inf. 1 Wl ls ' gf , I . 'eff if, 'f ' , ll yu M J, L ff M 4 Q ' f ' I ' , 4,4 , , 4, J I X if 2 f ' f f X? , , f f f 1, Z 2' ,I , Q4 ' YM ff, " 3' ww Q 1 Dial 345: as f Y is C3 .M ...I Aga-ai gg, "tu I 1? if 40 ' . ' IQ ! x,... 5 If -- sqfi, ,A 5 so 5 4' Q.. -N ,xx PiQ2'iffcQA,P? 'f ' ' , ,nfS:'Q'fS-iw Y.,,fL:.E ,A J. Af, , ..--L -H.-Y1f-:D1g'9gE Qm"i"'i" 'i1i'1'FFFf"i'i1' T'n:'f'11f': H' Ti Key and Blade Club 'I927 A EDXVARD -T. BASCH FLOYD L. DAPSON EUGENE CORDONE MARHLON G. DAPSON GORDON P. TRIPP l928 ARTHUR VAN WIE 1929 A DAVID W. ALLEE CHARLES BUTT JOHN BUCKHOFF A W ALFRED E. STAFFORD ERNEST W. WATERS 274 .., . ' 4 ' "T-ff5,tc'ivg.?.r 'o"'1..fff,.-f-W-ff, .... ---n--.s.-. .. -ti F F . 4 A.. q- -M .1 ' 'A A - -'--- -- - -- - -- . ....-.-. ....-.,.,,,,-. nun The next week was one of great preparation on the hills of Troy. For the first time since the revival of the Trojan war, the engineers were picked to beat the Gar- net, but "just then the wooden horse walked in" and the result was cherry-smash which seemed to be an excellent mixer according to those who missed chapel the next morning. Williams seemed to soften in the wetness of Alexander Field and the Union Barbers lathered their boys well for fifteen counts. By the great strategy of H. A. Bruce, McMillan, Totten and Co. ran faster than the N. Y. U. team and we won. Cole Johnson joined the Gold Dust Twins and they came in three in one to clean up the R. P. I. hillers. The dramatic critics ran against Princeton and Rutgers on October 30. It's a good thing that they did beat Princeton or the Concordy might have declared that the Princeton men fol- lowed an awfully rough course and that Irv Totten gave evidence that he was chased for six miles by a Princeton man who he knows wanted to give him ia good beating. Union ran the Brown course on November 6. Brown ran the course a little later the same afternoon. The football team went over to Amherst the next week. They left Friday afternoon and got back late Saturday night. No one was missing when they reached home. Though Alexander and Hamilton always get along together famously in history, when one meets the other now it is disastrous for both. Hamil- ton leaves with nothing gained and Ed Fitz soon puts a wooden wreath on the former before it is buried for the winter. Doc Bruce kindly built a ticket booth for the chapel and had his men place it on the chapel steps, but the ticket takers preferred to cast their judgment from high places and the booth was presented to the street paving commission who should, because of its architecture, find. good use for it in their work. The Soiree came just before Christmas. It seems peculiar that this date should be chosen by a committee which has to submit to the Auditory Board, but they say it was a success and who should know better. The spirit of Christmas didn't affect the students or else the spirits of New Year did for, by January 17, it was decided that we better find out who would rather read the Sunday paper at home than in chapel. Dean Garis went to chapel for a week when it was mentioned that the faculty was overbolted. The atheist fanatics knew where the "Y" was and got over there to vote. Those who might have voted for Sunday chapel either couldn't find the Christian Association or were busy with choir-practice. . Though not a cent was spent, the Freshman class per capita debt rose consid- erably after exams. Many received their degree of Ex. and joined that ever grow- ing list of "good men that Union has turned out". On February 19, Colgate brOkC the Garnet five's record of thirty-six straight wins on the home floor, but the team, not discouraged, began over again instead of attempting an equal number of losses, which appeared quite easy to do. It was only by the good work of Mr. Deweli Who - ,,.-.....- .-......- -------W--M -'-'---H' A ..Y,1.,a1,-,-,...m sn-..-.,.nf----.....Anti-1,,-.N-f.,,.,1-W.-:Q?fs,,,l.-,,v....,..x,t,-...-.1 ,....,.. V V , N -V W my M WA A M www ,-, Y . 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We had hoped that we could muster enough Sigma Lambda Chi's and Spanish Clubs this year so that we could jump this job claiming lack of pages, but our printer refuses to count pages the way we would like in this case. We never took any of the high-numbered or super-English courses and we are repeatedly told by sympathizing friends that we shouldn't try to be funny, but we haven't any money left to fill these wide open spaces with resplendent vegetation so we will merely fertilize and prepare for the next staff. And add to all this, because the foot- ball team refused to board track we are minus a few pages of Board Track Invitation Games-"Won't you come over and' play 'Chase McMillan' at 4:23?" Speaking of invitations we're being invited to hurry up and finish that Garnet business if we want to go to Albany. How can anyone be intellectual with all these college boys around? Well, speaking of invitations on Sept. 3, 1926 Harold Anson Bruce, Director of Physical Training and Athletics, Coach of Track and Cross-Country, and President of the Athletic Board, sent out his invitations to attend a lawn party on Alexander Field. Many of the boys failed to answer the invitations, but crashed the Payne Gate and appeared there with suits resembling Fascist boy scouts and carrying that aroma which arises when camphor and mould attempt to conquer a very athletic essence. - As the freshmen filed out of the Administrative Building they looked pretty wet. It may have been Dewey inside. Mike O'N eil reported that there was an unprecedented demand for lockers and a special order was necessary on keys to the Blue Gate. The Y. M. C. A., after selling the poor Frosh, caps that none of them really wanted, gave them ice cream free at Hanna Hall on Wednesday evening of the same week. The faculty made their annual trip to chapel on September 20 in their negro suits. Some of their neckties were pretty loud. Coaches Sullivan and Leary boiled down their respective squad on September 25th and some 125 pounds of shirt stuffing went up in steam. johnny March may be sure that regardless of Helmholtz or Herring when Scarlet and Garnet come to- gether they make nothing. it is perenially proved. "Union wins a moral victory over Columbia in spite of the score". "Schenectady Gas Jet". The only thing moral about that game was that the Union proceeds went to the Fund to Support Travelling Trackworkers. The third game on the football schedule is probably well featured in the Nor- wich Sentinel so we will not mention it here and though eleven crazy men went to Geneva to throw a monkey wrench in the works they failed in their purpose and Bobby Hoehn was still high. scorer and the team didn't know what it meant to go over a goal line while moving forward. 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Some desecrating students removed his wooden wreath from Alexander Field and having nothing by which to be remembered he got well. By March 20th came the welcome news that the GARNET was about to go to press. The staff had thought that ever since the middle of February, but Doc Bruce couldn't complete his own write-up for the athletic section until he learned whether or not he had been elected mayor of Chicago. 9-7 'mm gc ws 4 M R dx A K W 4 I ' -'lil 515 ai . X M3335 if.: ,S J cf e .s 3. 1 we SN S M mm ff'-163 JIQK Q 'Q he " -ts M W l l r6t"E-"nm 'J 3 3 13 954 W4 if-1 tl? may .aw s 9' 29 1 Ayr 4 Ni 7' Q f .. li 278 I O I V E R S IT Y Charles Alexander Richmond, D.D., LL.D., Chancellor ION COLLEGE The college offersthe following undergraduate and graduate courses: 1. COURSES LEADING TO THE DEGREE OF A. B. A. B. Course A. This course, in its several options, offers the full classical and the Latin- scientific lines of study formerly distributed among the A.B. courses A, B, C, D, and E, including also work in history and allied subjects, mathematics, English, and modern languages. Greek may be oEered at entrance, in which ease it is continued, or may be begun in freshman year, or may be omitted. Latin is required. A. B. Course B. This course is based on the study of mathematics, the sciences, English, modern languages, history, and philosophic and economic subjects. Candidates preparing for the study of medicine take the first three years of this course, selecting under the guidance of the dean of students the proper options and electives. ' 2. COURSES LEADING TO THE DEGREE OF B. S. IN C. E. OR E. E. Cizfil Engineering Course. This course offers the foundation of a broad engineering education, comprising mathematics, the sciences, the fundamental principles of the special branches of the profession, and some training in history, economics, and modern languages. In the last two years of this course the work is given in two divisions, a technical or mathematical option and an administrative option.- Electrical Engineering Course. This course is intended to give a broad and thorough engineering education, with special attention to the requisites for electrical engineering. 3. COURSE LEADING TO THE DEGREE OF B. S. IN CHEBIISTRY . Chemistry Course. This is a special four-year course in Chemistry leading to the above degree. 4. COURSE LEADING TO THE DEGREE OF B. S. IN PHYSICS Physics Course. This is a special four-year course in Physics leading to the above degree. 5. COURSES LEADING TO GRADUATE DEGREES Course leading to the degree of M. S. in C. E. Course leading to the degree of M. S. in E. E. Course leading to the degree of M. S. in Ch. 1 These courses of one year's graduate study consist of lectures, laboratory practice, and research work. l , Course leading to degree of Ph.D. This course of two years, graduate study requires for admis- sion the degree of M. S. in E. E. or an equivalent. For catalogue or other information, address Dr. F. C. BARNES, Secretary, UNION COLLEGE, Schenectady, N. Y. 1 Q ' 281 . .V Y ' 'K ILUX 1 - X b . A w i 1 4 Ak if I i f 15 'r 5 4 i 1 N 3 ' i , 1 1 1 A I I . i .li p :is Els? l' 'E I ,3 A 1 i ' 2' ,Iii . :ls g ' g . '. il ! f1 f L 'ST I . a 1 Q gk . 1' I 1 f F: Q , 5 . G . I 1 ? f i i a . 7 I V ! l 5 wi Q ' Hllllji Q. ESTABLISHED sang Cileaeeegeoa Q tlzmetikl' urnishidg ui, MADISON AVENUE COP. FORTY-FOURTH STREET NEW YORK ' , fa- ,lp---. ,., , A, ,,,,,,o F gs I .-hr v : I 'I .Ib L ll .AFL ' 1,2-.Is nba Q jill? pf, . fi, ,lf 714 1' ,, ,'- I ' f 'I 14 ,M T. , ,ruff ,,,m,xk:v5 f- m w-.f fx. will ,ff Nw wv --V ill l-- kv f, -- .fll l' 2 Milam? 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Eveleigh Opzomezmf and T1 FFANY gi CQ Op IZ-L'Zid7Z 'JEWELERS SILVERSMITHS STATIONERS U STEADFAST STANDARDS g MAILINQUIRIES RECEIVE Pnomvr ATTENTION FIFTH AVENUE sf 3751 STREET NEW YORK 174 Jay Street, Schenectady 'Ihree Doors from State Street FRANK H. I SMART CLOTHES EVO RY F5 CO. Clothing Hats - Y . Shoes I Haberdashery Genera! Prznters Q,-,QQ ' Catering to the discriminating ' taste of the college man. ' se-ss BEAVER sfr. HU ALBANY, N. Y. Ninety-one steps East of Pearl St. Steefel Bros. COMMERCIAL, COLLEGE, FRATERNAL - STATE STREET SOCIETY PRINTING ALBANY T A I NEW YORK 282 OPPCRTUNIT SERVICES REQUIRED QTaken from current issues of the American Gas Association Bfontlzlyj WANTED-Recent graduate INI. E. for position of Superintendentls Assistant on the Plant. of one of the large Eastern Gas Companies. Address A.G.A. Key No. 032. MANAGER or SUPERINTENDENT for combi- nation coal and water gas property in city of 30,000 population. Should be thoroughly famil- iar and experienced in both coal and water gas manufacture and gas distribution and service. Reply giving detailed statement of experience and education, references and salary expected. Also advise age, nationality. Location South- east U. S. Address A. G. A. Key No. 08. WANTED--Man for Assistant Gas Superintendent Water gas only. Approximately 7700 meters. Yearly send out 250,000,000 cu. ft. Should have technical training, as well as practical experience. Excellent opportunity for advancement. Cover details of experience as fully as possible in reply. Also give age and salary expected. Address A.G .A. Key No. 030. A Four Billion Dollar Industry that offers a wonderful opportunity to the tech- nically trained man. a THE GAS INDUSTRY needs technically trained men to help solve the problems of Marlufafftllre, UiSlFilNl- tion, Accounting, Utilization, Manageme of the Industry. dirondack P nt, Commercial, Publicity, and every branch ower and 1 ght Corporation "At Your Service-Always" Q85 I II AI Si 24 IL II I If I I II I I I I I II I I I iI I I5 iI II I I. I I I Compliments of THE I I Mohawk National Bank ' 216 State Street' A Strong Bank Since A1807 BALL'S I William Wilson Quick S1106 Repairing HIGH-GRADE VVAI'l'CHES I and D and Hosiery Specialty Shoppe IAMONDS A Special Discount to all Students on Request FREE AUTO SERVI CE oo Phone 2-3456 ' Cor. State and Nott Terrace 718 State Street Opp- Armory SCHENECTADY, N. Y. 284 , I iI I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I 'I I IIII I I I I A I-I0L'1gIMANN'S Svlzenecizzzfff Lczrgefz' C!0ffZZ.6ff QQ Sole Agents for SOCIETY BRAND CLOTHES A and MARK CRCSS GLCVES JERSEY ICE CREAM, Inc Pure Rich ww wg SCHENECTADY'S PREMIER Capitol Trust Co. Protection in the Capitol Trust Co. Safe lDeposit Vault costs so Schenectady N, Y, little! You can rent a sizeable box for 83.00 a year. Doesn't it seem fool- ish to leave valuable' papers and articles lying about the house--at my the mercy of Hre or thieves? WR Park Laundry Capitol Trust Co. g Safe Deposit Boxes for 33.00 a Year Phone 90 1 1 Cor. State and Wall Streets g Schenectady, N. Y. BELLINGER PAINT COMPANY THE PLACE TO BUY YoUR PAINTS, FLOOR WAX, GLASS, ETC. 212 Broadway Schenectady, N. Y. B A I T,3,?,i, The Faxon Co., Inc. H,,,1?5i',g, 13332123325 Schenectady,s Largest and Leading Leather Shop ' lggvlggiiz Gloves Q40 STATE STREET B6ltS The Rosendale Flower Shop FLOWERS TELEGRAPHED TO ANY PART OF THE WORLD "SA Y IT WITH FLOWERS" H. E. EBERHARDT, Prop. 1241 Jay Street Phone 2-2813 Schenectady, NL Y 286 ll' 1 l V I NI C K S Buell CS' MacDonald Toggery Shop A C omplefe Clothes for College Men H owe Fzmzzklzers A Q.-..-..-.4 b JOHN WARD SHOES MALLORY HATS LATEST in HABERDASHERY "The College M anis' Slzoppen o--New---+ "DICK" WELLINGHORST E College "JIM" HABER Repres t t W +R-U-----no A 135 JAY STREET 131-133 Broadway Near VanCur1er Theatre SCHENECTADY, N- Y- A PCCkham-WOlf St. Regis Pharmacy CO CHARLES R. CAREY Lumber few new 6Q1 NOTT STREET Six Hundred Union Street 289 f Student's Tuck Shop cc J 0 9 99 loin the Bunch Afternoon Tea Across from Payne Gate Phone 2298 722 Eastern Ave. LIN 1' p Boot Shop Young Men's Shoes Up -to the-minute styles QQ 328 State St., - - Gazette Bldg scHEN12cTADY ART PRE J. H. como, Prop. 222' Reliable P7'i77fZ.71Q' College Publications and - Fraternity Printing A Specialty Q-E ' Printers of Concordiensis 41913-19265 431 Franklin St., bet. Jay and Center Phone 2-0321 Serwke one! Quezlzy Selling Quality Merchandise for less really means something to thousands of our custo- mers. lt is no idle phrase. It has had to prove itself and the proof offits truthfulness is shown by the constant growth of this business and the increase in number of cus- tomers served. Finest Selection of Sp orfirzg Goods and all kinds of Men '5 F urfzzslzings also ,Women's and M 'isses' Apparel and Accessories for Dress and Sports Wear gg . The Carl Co The New State National Bank Albany, N. Y. OFFICERS Ledyard Cogswell J. llilton RllSSlll11 Chairman of Board Cashier Leldyard Cogswell, Jr., Edward M. Boice, President Asst. f'asl1z'er Parker Corning, lVillian1 R. BlGCCliGI' Vice-President Asst. C'nsl11'er A. P. Adanls, Jr., Chester C. Kent, ' Vice-President Trust Qfficer indflgjggh Cottrell 8 Leonard r Albany, N. Y. Cleaner, Dyer CAPS GOWNS HooDS Always at your service For All Degrees With one of the most Complete plants of its kind vi 'W tl! M PHONE Qf-Hee, 116 Jay Su-get fntercolfegifzle Bzzrefzzz gf Factory, 1801 Union Street A,fm,fg,,,j5 Cglffjljjjf Q91 Ter Bush Powell, ne I Sl RANGE of All Kzfzdy --Any Descrzpizofz QSQF F L7 'A wktwdgg 'Q' .FJVQ 'LN 1? 1. .v Yi ff K I We QQ MQESK 's Cv' N ,sn-wg Qu QQ: uk Z3 EQ :Ev 45- 1 hee- Q 44 423 State St Schenectady N Y Phone 7751 290 010 1D0l0i SUPERIOR SERVICE HOSE who know our reputation for reliability, shop with confidence knowing that Ilfallaee service insures the highest excellence of style quality and value. Satisfaction or your money back is oui. Wav of Ami phasizing quality---this principle is applied to every transaQti011 QQ make. THE WALLACE CO. Always Reliable THE COLLEGE UNION H. T. POAGE Cafeteria Plan On the Campus For UNION against Any Opponent THE ACME BARBER SHOP FOUR UNION BARBERS I Latest Sanitary Equipment 509 UNION STREET , NEAR THE CAMPUS BOROSON'S We carry a large selection of the follovsiing items: Fountain Pens, Candy, Magazines, Eversharp Pencils, Soda, Papers. College Supplies, Pies, Sandwiches, Stationery, Watches, Tobacco and Cigarettes 102 NOTT TERRACE -- CORNER OF LIBERTY STREET Quality and Service Phone 6414 Diamonds High-G1-ade Vfatches L. F. Nicklas 35 Co. O. C. Perrault Leading Clothieis, Hatters 465 State Street Cl'l'lCl Fl'Ll'l"l'L'lSll0'l'S Telephone 5403 r- at 4155 State St., Schenectady, N. Y. Repairing a Specialty 9Cl1CHCC'ff1dY, N- Y- Q 93 IFRRNRY RROTHERS "HfthAvenLle B001 'Shop' Between 47Q and 489 S1.reets.NewiYorls Herman's Barber Shop Real Barbers ,X ji. as xxx 4- 'bw . .. .f:4"l:639-'V Y '2"31itf?1': l" --il '- R RRR E 'IX ' I ' ,pf , ' 2' - fif-.fig-w,w.ffmu.....,,..? . V PEIMMI Shoes Up stairs opposite lllohiean lNIarket I QIHICAGSQ i W 3lVA.Sg-ILIHIGTON , ' P S I' L.n .ea ms ., osil wp isauifiuiiding V g 00 svtiiehamgnilil' 6 160 JAY STREET ST. LOUIS NEW HAVEN PITTSBURGH Arcade Building Hotel Taft Jenkins Arcade G. A. Cassedy Co. Musical Heaclquartors since 1851 Home of Hardman Pianos A and Victor Victrolas LYON'S Kodalzs, Fountain Pens Radio Supplies FSU -3 I , Q36 State Street 464 State St. Cor. Clinton SCHENECTADY, N- Y- V ROBINSON, SMITH and A .mg Ru er Co. I MCGEE, IHC. l Coal and Wood Rubber Good? OFFICE, 129 SOUTH CENTRE ST. of Every Desoo'-ijotvfon so YARD: 624 PEEK ST' PHONE: 2-3127 FELLOWSQ FRANK FERRARO pigtorrsirrect Distinctive 1 A K ds of ' ram1n WI'1'1Il' a e . . 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