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H on Hon Hon. Hon. Trustees EX OFFICIO FRANKLIN D. ROOSEVELT . HERBERT H. LEHMAN EDWARD J. FLYNN . MORRIS S. TREMAINE HAMILTON XV ARD . . Rev. GEORGE .9xLEXANDER, D.D., LLD. Hon-. NICHOLAS V. V. FRANCI-I-OT, A.M. EDWIN XY. RICE, JR., Eng.D., Sc.D. . . . . ,Governor . Lietltenant-Governor . ,Secretary of State . Comptroller . . Attorney General 12 West 12th -Street, New York City . . . . . . . Olean . . . . Schenectady EDGAR S. BARNEY, Sc.D. . . . 36 Stuyvesant Street, New York City Prof. FRANKLIN H. GIDDINGS, LL.D., Litt.D. . . . New York City VVILLIS T. HANSON ........ Schenectady FRANK BAILEY, LL.D. . . 162 Remsen Street, Brooklyn CIIARLES B. NICNIURRAY, A.M. . . . . Cannon Place, Troy WILLIS R. XVIIITNEY, Ph.D., Sc.D. . General Electric Co., Schenectady EDMUND N. HUYCK, A.B. . . . . 387 State Street, Albany Rev. ROCKNV'EI,I, H.ARBlON POTTER, D.D. . . Hartford, Conn. HIRABI C. TODD, Ph.B .... . 120 Broadway, New York IQOBERT PORTER PATTERSON, A.B. . 67 XV all Street, New York ALBEli'f NI. BANKER, A.B. NVILLIAAI j. SAIITII, B.S. . GEORGE C. FOOTE, B.E. Hon. l4lAROLI.J j. VHINMAN, H. RUSSELL KYIJER . zlxlvl. . JOIIN C. VAN VOST . . 48 East 25th Street, New York . 160 Broadway, New York . . Brockway, N. Y. 292 State Street, Albany . . New York City Schenectady Sevefltecn I I I I I I , I I I I I ' I 1 I I 'I I I Iv I1 I I I I I 'I II I I I I I I I II I College Officers FRANK PARKER DAY, MA., LL.D. . . . President EDWARD ELLEIRY, A.M., Ph.D., Sc.D. . Dean of Ilia Jfaczilly CHARLES F. F. GARIS, MS., Sc.D. . Dean. of Sfzidvnls FRANK BAILEY, LL.D. . . Treasurer HARTLEY F. DEWEY . . . Axsistaizf Treasurer FRANK COE BARNES, PILD. . . Secretary 5 ESTHER G. ELY ....... Registrar CHARLES N. WALDRON, B.S. .Secretary of Ilia Graduate Council I , JAMES BREWSTER, B.L.S. . .... Librarian I I II I I I I I I , i I I 1 I ., .Eighteen I The Faculty FRANK PARKER DAY President of Union College and Chancellor of Union University A.B., Mount Allison'University, 1903, Rhodes Scholarship, 1905, A.B., Oxford University, 1907, M.A., Oxford University, 1912, LL.D., Mount Allison University, 1927, D.Litt., New York University, 1929, Advanced Work in the University of Berlin, 1907, Lecturer in English, University of Bristol, 1908, Professor of English at the University of New Brunswick, 1909-1912, Professor of English at the Car- negie Institute of T-echnology, 1912-1914, 1914-1919, recruited and commanded 185th Canadian Infantry, Cape Breton Highlanders, served in France with 16th Royal' Scots and commanded 25th Canadian Infant-ry, promoted on the held to Lieutenant Colo-nel, President of the Khaki College for the Canadian Forces while in France, Dean of the Carnegie Institute of Technology, 1919-1926, Professor of English at Swarthmore, 1926-1928, President of Union College and Chancellor of Union University, 1928-. CHARLES ALEXANDER RICHMOND, fIvBK President Emeritus A.B., Princeton, 1883, A.M., Princeton, 1886, D.D., Hamilton, 1904, LL.D., Rut- gers, 1909, LL.D., New York University, 1910, LL.D., Princeton, 1915, LL.D., University of.Pittsburg, 1920, LL.D., St. Andrews University, 1924. EDWARD ELLERY, BQH, rIJBK, EE Dean of the Faculty and Professor of Chentistry A.B., Colgate, 1890, A.M., 1893, Ph.D., Heidelberg, 1896, Sc.D'., Colgate, 1912, Instructor in Chemistry at Colgate, 1890-1891, Master of Sciences at Vermont Academy, 1891-1894, Master of Sciences at Worcester Academy, 1896-1897, Head Master of Vermont Academy, 1897-1904, Professor of Chemistry at Union, 1904, University of Berlin, 1909, Member of American Chemical Society, Eastern New York Section of Engineers, University of Chicago, 1913-1914, Tour of American Universities, 1914-1915, Member of National Executive Committee of Sigma Xi, 1917-1921, Chairman of National Fellowship Committee of Sigma Xi, 1920-, National Secretary of Sigma Xi, 1922-, Corresponding Editor, Scientijic American, 1920, Lecturer at Universities of Great Britain, 1925-1926, Fellow American Asso- ciation for the Advancement of Science, 1926, Member of National Research Council, 1929-, Dean of Faculty at Union College, 1919-. CHARLES FREDERICK FLEMING GARIS, EN, CIJBK 0 Dean of Students and Professor of Maitliteiiiaitics Ph.B., Lafayette, 1903, M.S., Lafayette, 1906, Sc.D., Lafayette, 1923, Instructor in Mathematics at Union, 1903-1906, Assistant Professor of Mathematics at Union, 1906-1908, Professor of Mathematics at Union, 1908-, Dean of Students at' Union, 1919-. Nineteen FRANK COE BARNES, CIJBK Secretary of the College am f0fU-V-'U' f XP 3 1 114 l1llHl1'l'lI l.r11lgjlrrlffi'.x' AB wiiizims 1887- AM 1911.35 min., lmilfhill- IW: ""i'1"i1'1" "". "F" "lil - '-1 ' 1 '. ' " - - , I . ' . f 1--' 5 1 l,i'l1ifsl" 1811- - . T 11,1 Iiurqppc, 1898, Student .il liilni lillf I M , 1z011d'en'f3fasiEi2l13211iStliiilileklciiillfieriiiaily :intl France, 1902-19031 5Ul""""l""'l"lll. "I Scholols at Stockbridge Mass. 19035 Instructor in Nlofli-rn liriiiEii:ieIi'- :nl llriiioni . ' ' ' ' . . f f - 1 -f 1105- 1111 ' rave ef :inf 1904-l905' Adjunct Professor of Modern l,d.l1l.,ll411.,l5. I Studied iii Spain, 1910, 1911, 19135 President of New York State Moflern Lvzin- guage Association, 1913-19155 Committee on Mqorlern Liilulllillll' 55'llHl111X"l fV'Vf York State, 1914-19155 German Examination Ifsoinrnittee, 191.3-191141 1-llfllflullfill ffl Eastern Federation of Modern Language Association, 19151 lzxeciitivu Cmuiniitee oi National Federation Modern Language Association, 19221 l'fHll'fiH"f 'fl 3l'f'l"VH Languages at Union, 1906-. BENJAMIN H. RIPTON, WY . Dean Eineritnsj Professor of Hisfory and G0'Z'l'l'lIllll'lIl, l:1111'1'1l11s 'A.B. Union l880' A.M. 1893' LL.D., Syracuse, 18963 LL.D., Union, 19091 Adjunct Professor of Mathematics at,Union, 18865 Professor of Mathematics at Union, 1887-18945 Professor of History and Sociology, 1894-1910: PVHICSSHV of HIWIIT' and Government, 1910-19245 Dean of Union College. 1894-1919. OLIN H. LANDRETH, AY, EE Professor of Civil Engineering, Emeril-11s C.E., Union, 18765 A.B., 18795 Sc.D., 19055 Instructor in Physical Laliorato-ry, 1876- 18775 Assistant Astronomer at Dudley Observatory, 1877-1879: Professor of Engi- neering, 1879-18945 Dean of Engineering Department at Vanderbilt University, 1885- 18945 Professor at Union, 1894-1918. JAMES HOUGH STOLLER, AKE, EE Professor of Geology, E-zneritns EDWARD A.B., Unio-n, 18845 A.M., 18875 Ph.D., Leipsig, 18985 Instructor in Natural History at Union, 1884-18865 Student at University of Munich, 1886-18873 Instructor in Biology at Union, 1887-18895 Assistant Professor of Biology and Geology at Union. 1889-18945 Professor of Biology, 1894-18975 Student at Leipsig University, 1897- 18985 Professor of Biology and Geology, 1898-19195 Member of Staff of New York Geological Survey, 1910-19255 Professor of Geology at Union, 1895-1925. EVERETT HALE, IR., AND, QIJBK Professor of the English Language and Liz'terafzo'e A.B.., Harvard, 18835 Ph.D., Halle, 18925 Instructor in English at Cornell, 1885-1889: Acting Assistant Pro-fessor, 1889-18905 Fellow in Harvard, 1890-1892: Professor of English Language and Literature at State University of Iowa, 1892-1895: Professor at Union, 1895-. GEORGE DWIGHT KELLOGG, QJBK Professor of the Latin Language and Literature Tweniy A.B., Yale, 18955 Ph.D., 18985 Instructor in Latin at Yale, 1896-1899: Fellow of the American School. of Classical Studies at Rome, 1899-1900: Tutor in Latin at Yale, 1900-19035 Assistant Professor of Latin and Greek at Wlilliams, 1903-1905: Assistant .Prof-essor of Classics at Princeton. 1905-1911: Member of the Archaeological Institute of America, 1898-1915: Member of the American Philo- l0g1C3l ASS0'C13f10U,.13.98-3 VICC-PfCS1C16I1t.Of Classical Association of Atlantic States, 1906-19115 Visiting Professor of Latin at University of Chicago, Summer of 1920, Visiting Professor of Latin at Syracuse University, Summer Session, 1926- 19285 Member of British Classical Association' Linguistic S 't f A ' . . , . A . D ocie y o merica: National Council of the National Economic League: American Association of Uni- versit P f ' P f " ' - . . Y ro essors. ro essor of Latin Lanouage and Lt t t U 1911-192 ' Acting Head of Department of Philosophby at U11io111f5941lig'2?- Head lgfaizggselngzgf Economics at UUi011, 1925-19265 Head of the Depairtmentbof Ancient 1 ERNEST JULIUS ABERG, EKN, TBH, EE Professor of Electrical Erzgineerlng , 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 Unio-n, 1913-. PETER IRVING WOLD, PA, EE, CDBK P1 ofessor of Physics B.S., University of Oregon, 1901, E.E., 1903, Ph.D., Co-rnell University, 1915, Instructor in Physics at University of Oregon, 1900-1903, Examiner of Patents in Wireless Telegraphy and Telephony, U. S. Patent Office, 1903-1905, 1908-1910, Instructor in Physics at Cornell University, 1914-1915, Consultant to Signal Corps, U. S. Army, on Radio Signaling, 1910, Professor o-f Physics at Tsing Hua, of American Indemnity College, Peking, China, 1911-1914, Andrew D. White Fellow in Physics at Cornell University, 1914-1915, Physicist of Western Electric Company, 1915'-1920, Member of Board on Signaling Instruction, U. S. Signal Corps, 1917, Professor of Physics at Union, 1920-. JOHN LEWIS MARCH, AKE, CPBK Professor of Psychology X A.B., Lafayette, 1883, 1896, Ph.D., 1903, Teacher of Latin at 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 P1 ofessor of Biology ' A.B., Cambridge, 1905, Ph.D., Harvard, 1913, Trinity College, Cambridge, England, 1902-1906, Harvard University, 1907-19l0,'and 1912-1913, Mathematical Tripo-S at Cambridge Unive-rsity,'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 Hist- ology and General Supervisor of Laboratory Works in Elementary Zoology at University of Wisconsin, 1913-1916-, Austin Teaching Fellow in Zoology at Harvard, 1912-1913, Lecturer in Science and Mathematics at King's College, Wiiiclsor, N. S. 1906-1907, Assistant Professor of Zoo-logy at Union, 1916-1921, Warren Triennial Prize at Massachusetts General Hospital, 1922, Associate Professor of Zoology at Union, 1921-1924, Professor of Biology, 1924-. JAMES XVILLIAM BLACK, CIJBK John Bigelow Professor of History , . A.B., Johns Hopkins University, 1888, Ph.D., 1891, Acting Associate Professor of History and Political Economics at Georgetown, 1891-1892, Pro-fessor of History and Economics at Colby, 1894-1912, Professor of History at Colby, 1912-1924, Pro- fessor of History at Union, 1924-. HUGH IXIILLER P1ofessor of Civil ,E1fzgineerir1.g C.E., Princeton, 1901, Instructor in Civil Engineering at Princeton, 1902, Instruc- tor in Civil Engineering at Harvard, 1903, Professor of Civil Engineering at Clark- son 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 at George Washington University, 1921-1926, Professor of Civil Engineering at Union, 1926-. Twenty-one Associate Professor of Electrical En HAROLD IXTKINS LARRARE15, 11113K P1 ofessor of Pliilosoplzy - ' A.M., 19185 l'l.1J,, llarvarrlt 19252 19lVlal"'l "lf lit-.'Q"1"'l"M3' iiiiiIMecIi3:i1V2I93iJ2li'2ii5ei1t, U. S. Army, 1918-19193 Awlblillll 1""'ll'W"' "' 1i1"1"'f"'1'l'j" at S racuse University 1920-19213 Assistant in Pliilosopliy, 11Jl1'X'Il1'f'l and lQ:ulf'li1ili- Collggos 1921-19235 Rogers Traveling liellow ol llarv:n'fl at 1111-ixolilc. 1'aris, London and Heidelberg, 1923-19241 Assistant Professor of 1'55'f'1""1'fV5', ill Ul'1'l'1'i'1ly of Vermont 1924-19255 Member of American Philosophical :ASS'Ii'lIll1U1l.I 'Asst-tant Professor of Philosophy at Union, 1925-1927, Associate Professor at Luton, 1921- 19295 Professor of Philosophy at Union, 1929'- WILLIAM LEON GODsHALL, AXA, UTM ' P1 ofessor of Political Science B.S., University of Pennsylvania, 19192 A.1Xl., 1920: 1'l1.1J., 192.1:.lnstructor in Signalling and Navigation, U. S. Navy, 19175 University Scliolarslup 111'.'X111111'O- po-logy, 1919-19205 Instructor in English, Central 1-ligh School, l'1ulaf1el1i1ua, 1919- 19215 Assistant in Anthropology at University of Pennsylvania, 1919-1923: lnstructor in Political Science at University of Pennsylvania, 1920-1923: Assistant Professor of Political Science at Union, 1923-19275 Assistant Professor at Summer School, University of Pennsylvania, 19245 Penheld Traveling Fellow for Research in the Par East, University of Pennsylvania, 1924-19255 Lecturer at St. ,1ohn's L'niversi1y. Sliang- hai, 1924-19251 Professor at Summer School, New York State Normal Schools. l'ozs- dam, 1926 and 19275 Associate Pro-fessor of Political Science at Union. 1927-1929: Associate Professor at Summer School, University of XVas1iington, 1929: Professor at Summer School, University of Pennsylvania, 19291 Professor of Political Science at Union, 1929-. WARREN CROSBY T AYLOR, EE Associate Professor of Civil Engiizeeriiig B.S., Massachusetts.Institute of Technology, 1902: C.C.C. X St. L. RR. Draftsman and Assistant Engineer, 1902-19055 Detroit River Tunnel Company 1907-1909' Instructor in Civil Engineering at Unio-n, 1910-1913: Associate 'ifcmiggf A,S,C,E,i Member of Societygof Engineers of Eastern New York: Assistant Proiessor of Civil Engineering at Union, 1913-19215 Associate Professor, 1921-. JOHN NIcHoLAs VEDDER, fDBK, EE Associate Professor of TIZ67'771,0d31111G'IILIFS A.B., Union, 18955 A.M., 1898' Graduate School of Columb' U " " ' 1900 1907- American Locomotive Work i f S1 t 1, 1908-1 . ia U-mi 'Simi' , i- " Station at University of Illiicgs 19101I912ii,Assista1?iJ9P Eilamecrmg Expemmeni 1921: Associate Professor at Union, 1921-. i ro essor at Union' 1914 FREDERICK WARREN GROVER, AXA ginecriizg 5-B-, Massachusetts Institute .of Technology 1899' MS XYes1exan Uni ' - - . ,fb 1 i '- -, 5' ' versity, i?gEEgn?ei?1rg.gihWiashlngegll Ulllverslty, 19075 Ph.D., University of Munich, and Astronomy at Wysics at UQSlCY21n University, 1899-19005 Assistant in Physics meeting at Lafa ett 585312111 mversity, 1900-19015 Instructor in Electrical Engi- Gf Stgfndards 1502 2902. eie'.1901'19923 Laboratory Assistant at National Bureau of Physics atlcolb -C H, sststant at Bureau'of Standards, 1904-1907: Professor i Y o ege, 1911-1920 C 1 - of Standards 1918, . 3 onsu ting Radio .Expert at National Bureau 1920-1922? Asssgggite Pro-fefgSSjI1?ff15g2-Professor of Electrical Engineering at Union, 1 Twenty two LEONARD CHESTER JONES, KA, QJBK Associate Professor of History ' B.S., Princeton, 1907, A.M., 1909, D'. es L., Universite de Geneve, 1916, War Relief CO-mmission at Rockefeller Foundation in Switzerland, 1916-1917, with A.R.C. in France, Belgium and Switzerland, 1917-1918, Instructor in History at Dartmouth, 1919-1921, Assistant Professor of History at Union, 1920-1924, Associate Professor of History at Union, 1924-. MORTIMER FREEMAN SAYRE, TBTI, EE Associate Professor of M eclianical Erigirzeeriiig E.M., Columbia University, 1907, A.M., 1912, Mining and Railroad Work, Arizona, New York, and Pennsylvania, 1907-1910, 1911-1914, Instructor at Union College, 1914- 1918, Assistant Professor, 1918-1926, Associate Professor, 1926-, Member American Society of Mechanical Engineers, American Institute of Mining and Metallurgical Engineers, American Society for Steel Treating, American Society for Testing Materials, and British Institute of Metals. CHARLES BUELL HURD Associate Professor of Chemistry p I ' B.S., Worcester Polytechnic Institute, 1915, M.S., 1917, Ph.D., Clark University, 1921, Instructor at WO-rcester Polytechnic Institute, 1915-1920, Assistant Professor of Chemistry at Colby, 1921-1922, Assistant Professor of,Chen1istry at Trinity Col- lege, 1922-1923, Assistant Professor of Chemistry at Union, 1923-1927, Associate Professor at Union, 1927-. ' RAYMOND MORSE I-IERRICK, QIJFA Associate Professor of English ' A.B., Columbia University, 1916, A.M., 1917, Instructor in English at Swarthmore College, 1917-1920, Instructor at U. S. Naval Academy, 1920-1922, Instructor at Columbia College, 1922-1924,'Assistant Pro-fessor of English at Union, 1924-1926: Associate Professor, 1926-. DANIEL ROBERTS HARPER, SRD, KIJBK, EE Associate Professor of Physics B.S., University of Pennsylvania, 1905, A.M., 1908, Ph.D., 1910, Instructor in Physics at University of Pennsylvania, 1904-1909, Assistant Physicist, Associate Physicist, and Physicist at National Bureau of Standards, 1909-1925, Physicist at General Electric Company, 1925, Associate Professo-r of Physics at Union, 1926-. MORTON COLLINS STEWART, QAX, QJBK Associate Professor of Geriiiaii ' A Ph.B., Brown, 1894, Ph.D., Harvard, 1907, Head of Mathematics Department at Quincy, Ill., High School, 1896-1900, Student at Leipsig University, 1900-1904, Instructor at Brown, 1904-1905, Austin'Teaching Fellow at Harvard, 1906-1907, Instructor at Harvard, 1907-1910, Instructor at Union, 1910-1911, Assistant Pro- fessor, 1911-1927, Associate Professor, 1927-. HAPRISON CADWALLADER COFFIN, CDBK A Associate Professor of Greek A.B., Iohns Hopkins University, 1916, A.M., 1918, Ph. D,, 1920, Hopkins Scholar, 1912-1916, Graduate Scholar in Latin at Johns Hopkins University, 1916-1917, Edmund Law Rogers Fellow in Classics, 1917-1918, and 1919-1920, Instructor. 111 Latin at Mount Vernon Collegiate Institute, Baltimore, Md., 1916-1917, Chemical Warfare Service Army of United States, 1918-1919, Member of the American Philo- logical Association, Member of the Classical Association of the Atlantic States, Instructor in Greek at Union, 1920-1923, Assistant Professor of Greek, 1923-1927, Associate Professor of Greek at Union, 1927-. I T'wc'11tj.'-tlzrce DAVID SHERMAN MoRsE, fI1KfI1, QDBK, 25 Associate Professor of M aifliematics A.B. 1 Pd, MU N Y lc University, 1917, A.M., Harvard, 1918, Ph. D., Cor- nell ,19i28, Instructofvhi 1XcfIIatheinatics at New Yorlf Ul1lVCfSllY,. fhlfd fqfm, 1917, and, Summer Sessions, 1916 and 1917, Instructor in Mathematics at Union, 1918- 1920' Instructor in Mathematics at Cornell University, 1920-l924,'and Summer Sessions, 1920-1924, Assistant Professor at Union, 1924-1927, Associate Professor at Union, 1927-. JOHN IXIACDONALD Tlioiiipsoii-Starrett Associate Professor of Civil Eiigineoriug B.S. in C.E., New York University, 1906, Superintendent of Construction at Thompson-Starrett Construction Company, Instructor in Plan 'Reading' and. Esti- mating at Cooper Union, 1912-1923, Assistant Professor of Civil Engineering. in Building Construction Course at Union, 1924-1927, Associate Professor at Union, 1927-. ROBERT WARNER CR-OWELL, QDAX, QIJBK I Associate Professor of Geriiiaii and French A.B., Amherst, 1889, A.M., 1893, A.M., Harvard, 1908, Professor of Greek and Latin at Lincoln C-ollege, 1889-1892, Instructor in Latin and French at High School, Columbus, Ohio, 1892-1896, Student at Goettingen University, 1896-1898, Professor of Greek and Latin at Lincoln College, 1898-1902, Professor of Greek and German at Waynesburg College, 1902-1907, Assistant Professor of Modern Languages at Colby College, 1910-1913, Assistant Professor of German at Colby, 1913-1917, Associate Professor of German at Colby, 1917-1918, Instructor in German and French at Union, 1919-1921, Assistant Professor at Union, 1921-1929, Associate Professor at Union, 1929-. , JAMES MEAD HYATT, EE Associate Professor of Physics AB., Cornell, 1918, Ph.D., 1922, Instructor in Physics at Cornell, 1918-1922, Instructor at Union, 1922-1924, Assistant Professor, 1924-1929, Associate Pro- fessor, 1929-. EDWARD STAPLES COUSENS SMITH, AXE, FA, EE Associate Professor of Geology A.B., Bowdoin, 1918, A.M., Harvard University 1920' Instructo-r at Radcliffe College, 1921-1923, American Chemical Society' Sigma Xi Research Fellow in Geology for 1926-1927, Instructor' G 1 f t,U 'b 1923. A - P f 1925-1929, Associate Pr-ofesso-r,1929?. eo ogy a mon, i Sslstant ro lessor, JOSEPH DAVID DOTY, SAE, TKA Associate Professor of H-is-1501-3, lgiflg gil-15311-,1ilg.1?g,19Oxo1I, First Lieutenant and Captain 19th Infantry, United Penns, Iva Yi' 1927119 S- Rhodes SCl1.0lP1I',.1920-1923, Harrison Fellow, University of fessoryat Sion, 1929-AS, Instructor in History at Union, 1928-1929, Associate Pro- GARRETT MARCELLUS CLOWE, YIIY Iiistriictor iii H ygieiie and Szirgeoii iii Charge K ggggiofifblzgg-Medical SCh00'1, 1913: I11SfI'UC'fOr in Hygiene and Surgeon in Chargei Twenli four JAMES BREWSTER, NIIY Librarian A.B., Trinity, 1908, B.L.S., New York State Library School, 1926, Member of Staff of New York State Library, 1924-1927, Librarian at Union, 1927-. HAROLD ANSON BRUCE, QFA Director of Physical Training and Athletics Instructor in Physical Training at Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1908- 1909, Director of Physical Education, Coach of Track and Field and Cross-Country at Lafayette College, 1909-1924, Director of Physical Training and Athletics, Coach of Track and Field, Coach of Cross-Country at Union, 1924-. ARTHUR DODD SNYDER Assistant Professor of M atheniatics ' A.B., Lafayette, 1911, A.M., University of Wisconsin, 1912, Instructor in Mathe- matics at Lafayette, 1912-1917, Instructo-r in Mathematics at Union, 1917-1918, 110th Infantry, Argonne Offensive, 1918-1919, Public Accountant, 1919-1921, As- . sistant'Professor of Mathematics at Union, 1921-. CHARLES NEWAIAN WALDRON, AAQS, IIFM Secretary of Graduate Council and Assistant Professor of History B.S., Union, 1906, Secretary of Graduate Council, 1910-, Instructor at Union, 1911- 1921, Assistant Professor, 1921-, Acting Dean of Students, 1925. HENRY ALBERT SCHAUFFLER, KQID Assistant Professor of Civil- Engineering Ci.E., Princeton, 1912, Construction Department, Pennsylvania R.R., 1912-1915, Construction Department, Long Island R.R., 1915-1917, Office Engineer, Field Office, I. A. P. Chrisiield Contracting Company, 1917-1918, Instructor in Civil Engineering at Union, 1919-1921, Assistant Professor at Union,,1921-. FERNAND JAGU ' Q Assistant Professor of French and Spanish ' B.L., Rennes University, 1886, L.D., Paris University, 1889, Adjunct Professor of History at St. Io-seph College, Sarcelles, 1894-1900, Professor of French at Merion Seminary, 1906-1912, Instructor in French at Cornell University, 1917-1920, Instruc- tor in French at Union, 1920-1924, Assistant Professoriof French and Spanish at Union, 1924-. Assistant Pro essot o Chennstiy M.S., Illinois University, 1921, h.D., 1923, Instructor in Chemistry at Union, 1923, Assistant Professor, 1925-. THOMAS ADAM WILSON, AY, fIJBK ' , f , jc 1 i ' , A P JOHN WILLIAMS KERN, EE, CIJAY Assistant Professor of Cheinistry A.B., Colgate University, 1904, A.M., Syracuse, 1910, Ph.D., Illinois, 1924, Instruc- to-r in Science at French School, Wilmington, 1904-1905, Instructor in Science at Urbana. Ohio, 1905-1907, Instructor in Science at State Normal School, Pennsyl- vania, 1907-1909, Instructor in Chemistry at Elmira Free Academy, 1910-1918, De- partment of Chemistry at Mercer University, 1918-1922, Instructor in Chemistry at Union, 1924, Assistant Professor, 1925-. Twenty-fi71e M, V HENRY LAURENCE ACI-IILLES, AYP Director of Religions Wo1'k and Bible Stzzdvv , , l 1911, G d t f U ion Theological. Seminary, 1915, 'Instructor in 1E1seI3a',.32ri,' SCI-lOO1S,Il?'9ga1e92C5S Dlirector of Religious Work and Bible Study at Union, 1925-. ELMER ARTHUR TIDMARSH Director of Music ' Graduate Guilmant Organ School, Graduate of Co-nservatoire Americaine at Fon- tainebleau, France. JAMES SPROAT GREEN, JR. Assistant Professor of English and the History of Art A.B., Princeton, 1916, A.M., 1917, M.Litt., University of Cambridge, England, 1922, Instructor in English at Columbia, 1919-1920, Instructor in Rhetoric and Public Speaking at Union, 1924-, Assistant Professor of English at Union, 1925. ANTHONY DE HOTHLEIGH I-IOADLEY, KA, EE 1 Assistant Professor of Civil Engineering B.S. in C.E., Union, 1923, Instructo-r in Civil Engineering at Union, 1923-1924, Student at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1924-1925, Member of Franklin Institute, American Association for the Advancement of Science, Junior Member American Society of Civil Engineers, Instructor in Civil Engineering at Union, 1925-1927, Assistant Professor, 1927-.' , LEWIS CHASE, 1IfY Assistant Professor of English AF., Co1umbia,'1895, A.M.,g1898, Ph.D., 1903, on the Teaching Staffs of Columbia, Indiana, Louisville, Wisconsin, Rochester, California Institute, Riverside, Bordeaux, Aligarh, Yenching, Peking, Assistant Professor of English at Union, 1927-.T VVILLIAM VVHIPPLE BENNETT Assistant Professor of Economics ' A.13., Doane College, 1919, A.M., Princeton, 1921, Instructor in Economics at Princeton, 1922-1923, Instructor in Economics at New York University, 1923-1925, Assistant in Economics at Princeton, 1925-1927, Assistant Professor of Economics at Union, 1927-. FREDERICK JAMES HYLAND BURKETT Assistant Professor of Matlie14fLaZig5 A-B-, New Y0rk University, 1917, A.M., University of Pittsburgh, 1922, Instructor ln Mathematics at Penn State College, 1919-1920, Instructor in Mathematics at Uni- Eefslty of P 1'ft5bUfgh, .1920-1922, Assistant Professor of Mathematics at Trinity Ollege, 1922-1928, Assistant Professor o-f Mathematics at Union, 1928-. "'Absent on Leave. Twenty-six FRANKLIN CHESTER CHILLRUD, CIJAK, QBK Assistant Professor of Psychology Ph.B., Uniyersity of Wisconsin, 1922, Ph.M., University of Wisconsin, 1923, Instructor .in Education at Bradley Polytechnic Institute, Peoria, Illinois, 1923, Instructor in Education, Emory University, Atlanta, Georgia, 1923-1926, Instructor iigzglsychology at Union, 1928-1929, Assistant Professor of Psychology at Union, CHARLES THOMAS MALE, EE Assistant Professor of Matlieiiiiatics HAROLD B.E., Union, 1913, Sanitary Inspector, Panama. Canal, 1914-1915, Fortificatio-ns at Panama Canal, 1915-1916, Instructor in Engineering, 1916, Sanitary Inspector of New York State, 1916, Building Construction at American Locomotive Company, 1917, 2nd Lieutenant, and Captain of Sanitary Corps, 1918-1919, A.E.F., 1918-1919, Acting Sanitary Engineer o-f New York State, Summer of 1920', Highway Construc- tion, Summer of 1921, New York Assembly, 1922-1923, Instructor in Mathematics at Union, 1919-1929, Assistant Professor of Mathematics at Union, 1929-. ROBERT ENSIJOW, IIEA, HFM ' Assistant Professor of Political Science ERNEST A.B., University of Kansas, 1926, A.M., University of Illinois, 1927, Harrison Fellow in Political Science at the University o-f Pennsylvania, 1927-1928 and 1928- 19299 Member of American Political Science Association, Th-e American Academy pgzgolitical and Social Science, Assistant Professor of Political Science at Union, MAYFIELD LIGON Assistant Professor of Psychology ERNEST A.B., Texas Christian University, 1920, A.M., 1921, B.D., Yale University, 1924, Ph.D., 1927, Assistant in Philo-sophy, Texas Christian University, 1920-1921, Labor- atory Assistant in Psychology at Yale University, 1924-1927, Assistant Instructor in Psychology at Yale, 1925-1927, Assistant Professor of Psychology at Connecticut College, 1927-1929, Assistant Professor of Psychology at Union, 1929-. EDWARD DALE Assistant Professor of Biology A.B., University o-f Nebraska, 1913, M.S., Kansas State Agricultural College, 1920, Ph.D., University of Michigan, 1928, Professor of Biology at University of Porto Rico, 1921-1926, Instructor in Botany at University of Michigan, First Semester, 1926-1927, Instructo-r in Botany at University of Wisconsiii, Second Semester, 1926-1927, Instructo-r in Botany at University of Michigan, 1927-1928, Instructor in Biology at Hunter College, 1928-1929, Assistant Professor of Biology at Union, 1929-. HUGH H. HYMAN, FA, EE Assistant Professor of Physics A.B., Indiana State T. C., 1924, M.A.,, University of California, 1928, Ph.D., University of California, 1929, Indiana Public Schools, 1915-1917 and 1919-1922, A.E.F., 1918-1919, Principal Rockheld CIndianaD High School, 1924-1925, Fellow in Physics and Graduate Student, University of California, 1925-1929, Summer Instructor at Indiana State T. C., 1924-1925-1929, Assistant Professor of Physics at Union, 1929-. Twenty-seven .ANTHONY JAMES PALERMO Instructor in Electrical Engineering B.S. in E.E., Union, 1922, Instructor at Union, 1922'- JOHN HAROLD WITTNER, QJAG Aggzfytgnt Director of Physical Training and Athletics B.S., Union, 19205 Harvard SummerlSchool of Physical Education, 1926-1927, Assistant Director of Physical Training and Athletics, Union, 1922-. IRWIN STOLL NEWEURY Instructor in Electrical Engineering B.S. in Mathematics at Colby, 1922, Instructor at Union, 1922-. 1 EDMOND WALKER BEYER Instructor in Drawing and Descriptive Geometry M.E., Ohio Mechanics Institute, 1910, Hamilton Machine and Tool Co., General Electric CO., Allis Chalmers Co., 1910-1923, Instructor in Drawing and Descriptive Geometry at Union, 1923-. CHARLES FAYETTE ROURKE, NEN Assistant Surgeon M.D., Albany Medical School, 1922, Member of Vesalian Society, Assistant Surgeon at Union, 1923-. . FREDERICK LIDELL BRONNERX Instructor in History SYLVESTER JACOB HAEFNER, AF41, EE Instructor in Electrical Engineering B.S..in E.E., Union, 19255 M.S. in E.E., Union, 19265 Instructor in Electrical Engi- neering at Union, 1926-. EDUARDO GOMEZ-DURAN Instructor in Spanish ' B-Phi, UUiVC1'SifY of Bogota, Columbia, A.B., Valparaiso University, Instructor in Spanish at Brown University, 1923, Instructor at University of Maine, 1923-19263 Instructor at Union, 1926-. FLOYD EDWARD ULRICH Instructor in Matheifnatics EDWIN WOODWORTH HAMLIN , Instructor in Electrical Engineering - B.S. in E.E., Union, 19265 Instructor in Electrical Engineering at Union, 1927-. 'Absent on Leave. I Twcn ty-eight ARTHUR HOWARD ABELL, ACID, fIJBK Instructor in English A.B., Union, 1927, Instructor in English at Union, 1927-. RALPH GEORGE CLAUSEN Instructor in Biology A.B., Colgate, 1923, A.M., 1925, Assistant in Biology at Colgate University, 1924- 1925, Instructor in General Science at Washington Irving School, Schenectady, 1925-1927, Student at College of Physicians and Surgeons, Columbia University, 1922-1924, Instr-uctor in Biology at Union Co-llege, 1927-. PHILIP STANLEY Instructor in Philosophy A.B., Penn. State, 1923, A.M., Harvard, 1925, Ph. D'., Harvard, 1928, Instructor in Philosophy at Union, 1927-. DWIGHT VAN AVERY Instructor in English A.B., Union, 1926, A.M., Columbia, 1927, Instructor in English at Union College, u 1927-. BERTRAND MAX WAINGER, CIJBK Instructor in English I A.B., Cornell, 1924, A.M., Cornell, 1925, Instructor in English at University of Missouri, 1925-1927, Instructor in English at Union College, 1927-. AUGUsTUs PHILIP ZABUESNIC Instructor in French Ph.D., University of Munich, 1912, Instructor in Modern Languages at University of Alberta, 1913-1915, Head of Modern Language Department at Pomfret School and Sanford School, 1915-1919, Studied two years at Sarbonne, Paris, Head of Modern Language Department at Cutler Preparatory School, New York City, 1922-1927, Instructor in -French at Union, 1927-. JAMES ALISTER CAMERON Instructor fin the Classics A.B., Union, 1926, A.M., Princeton, 1927, Instructor in the Classics at St. John's College, 1927-1928, Instructor in the Classics at Union, 1928-. EDWARD LINUS CARROLL Instructor in English AP., Union, 1927, A.M., Columbia University, 1928, Instructor in English at Union, 1928-. DONALD CROCKETT RILEY Instructor in EC'O1'l'077'llCS PLS., Wooster College, 1927, M.A., Princeton, 1928, Instructor in ECOl1OmiCS at Union, 1928-. ' Twenty-nine FRANCIS BOWDEN STEVENS Iiistructoi' iii Political Science A.B. Union, 1926, Graduate Work at the Universities of Berlin, Genoa, Besancon, 1926-1928, Instructor in Political Science at Union, 1928-. DANIEL RICHARD WEEKS Iiiszfifiictoif iii Eiiglish A.B., Union, 1928, Instructor in English at Union, 1928-. HERNIANN CHARLES BEECKEL Iiistriictoi' iii Civil Eiigiiieeifiiig E.M., Lehigh, 1922, American Institute of Mining and Metallurgical Engineering, Laboratory Assistant to Mr. G. C. Davis, Consulting Chemist, Hudson Coal Co. Mining Engineering Department, Atlas Portland Cement Co., Engineering and Construction Dept., New York and Bermudey Co., Guenoco, Venz.g Assistant Plant Superintendent on Engineering and Construction Operation, Instructor in C1V1l Engi- neering at Union College, 1929-. EARLE MILT-oN BIGSBEE Instifilctoif iii Physics B.S., Union, 1928, Graduate Student, 1928-1929, Instructor in Physics at Union College, 1929-7 DONALD LANGWORTHY BURDICK I iistriictoif in Biology B.Sc., Alfred University, 19225. Syracuse University Summer School, 19215 Gradu- ate Student Columbia University, l923-1925g M.A., Columbia University, 19245 Marine Biological Laboratory, Instructor in Biology at Washington Square College of New York University, 1923-1925, Assistant Professor of Biology at South- western University, 19265 Professo-r of Biology at Alfred University, 1927-1929, Union College, 1929- g Pi Gamma Mug American Genetic Association. THOMAS FRANK FISHER Iiistifiictoif in Physics B.S., Lehigh University, 1929g Reynolds Experimental Laboratories, 1924-1925, Bethlehem Radio Corporation, 19283 Instructor in Physics at Union College, 1929-. AUGUSTUS HENRY Fox CIJFA, GDBK 2 Iiistriictoif in Ma.the11iatics A.B., Western Reserve University, 19255 M.A., Oberlin, 19273 M.AQ, Harvard, 1929, Instructor in Mathematics at Oberlin, 1925-1927, Instructor in Mathematics at Har- vard, l927-l929g Instructor in Mathematics at Union, 1929-. BARENT IVIURRAY GRAY, HFM Instriictoi' iii History A.B., Union, 1929, Instructor in History at.Unio-n, 1929-. mag: FRANKLIN STUART LERCH Instructor in M athematics B.A., Lehigh University, 19255 A.M., University of Chicago, 1930, Part-time In- structor in Mathematics at Lehigh University, 1924-19255 General Sales Office of Bethlehem Steel Corporation, 1925-19275 Instructor in Mathematics at University Of Delaware, 1927-1928, Instructor in Mathematics at Union, 1929-. JOSEPH FREDERICK OLIPIIANT, AXA, QBK Instructor in Biology A.B., Wabash, Johns Hopkins, Junior Instructor in Biology at Johns I-Iopkinsg Instructor in Biology at Union, 1929-. JOSEPH ROTUNDO, CIJBK Instructor in English A A.B., Union, 1929, Instructor in English at Union College, 1929-. DANIEL THEODORE SELKO, EX Instructor in Economics A.B., VVabash University. HERBERT ERNST KRONFELD , Instructor in German ' I A.B., City College Of New York, 1921, L.L.B., New York University, 1923. Instruc- in German at Union College, 1929-. I Lecturers IRVING LANGMUIR, Ph.D., Sc.D. Theoretical Chemistry - Vacuum Tube Phenomena ALBERT M. HULL, Ph.D. Crystallography and X-Rays Vacuum Tube Phenomena SAUL DUsIIMAN, Ph.D. Atomic Structure JOHN B. TAYLOR, B.S. Acoustics VVILLIAM DAVID COOLIDGE, Ph.D. Physical Chemistry Thirty-one JOSEPH P. DAY LECTURERS ON CIVIC ADMINISTRA1 ION Thirty-two ARTHUR NORMAN HOLCOMBE, Ph.D. Professor of Gozfermzzeitt, H arvard Uiiiversity STANLEY ICUHL HORNBECK, Ph.D. Chief, Division of Par Eastern Affairs, State D6j5U7'l71l67ll JAMES WOLCOTT VVADSWORTH, JR., A.B. Former United S tastes Senator from N ew York JAMES XNYILFORD GARNER, Ph.D., LL.D. Professor of Political S ciehce, Uiiizfersity of Illinois ROBE CARL XNHITE, LLB. Assistant Secretary of Labor VVILLTAM CAMERON FORBES, LL.D. Former Goveriior-Gerieral of the Philippiiies ALBERT HENRY HALL, A.M, ' Director, Btzireaii of Municipal Research, Schenectady A ICHABQD SPENCER LECTURERS WOLEOANO KOHLER, Ph.D.. Professor of Psychology, U iiiversity of Berlin ERNEST RHYS Editor of E'U87'j"l41Cl-ll,S Library ROBERT SILLIMAN HII,LX'ER, AM, Aiithor, Assistant Professor of English, H arzfard Uiiioersity STARK YOUNG, A.M. A1'fh07', Editor of " The New Republic " A I L 5 k ,: 5 iiw 51 ' 1 v 5 . X . 'Ax - n it ,' ' m y fl W f ll 1 fig F, E N , A X 1 Y f 1 ',l w' x , 1 K, , Qtx .gf , I - ' I . . , 'w Y I H A W f asia' E . w ' 1 'i ' D ,-gm. -RQ , i 3.511-in ' ' 51157. ' 1 'Qs , ' I .V v- V . I 1, ' l I , . 1 W W , 1 t , I I. I V .:, f Mm CILASSES If t x 5 I 1 f 5 g ws ' Lx, v l. :W HU, H gs Til mv 5: ii' ',1i: l y, I ff I rf, Q 115 ff!! I 4 I w i N I f P 'N , 1! 2 ,xlg W W - P ' Iv wi tux Ir! r fgf I 1 i M T W E il ll ll J: 'N 5 E 2' W i ,V l, K Ui w ml! i' 6 l L M, 5 Tl! lgy 1 , 55 r 323 , ' I H4 z- 5 r E Vi J il 2 + i f MQ' 1 ! M ? i , I. V :I SENIIOIFQS THE TERRACE COUNCIL The Terrace Council NELSON VV. NITCHMAN . . President ROBERT O. BULLAARD . . Vice-Preszfdenl JOHN S. BEAL13 . .. . Secretairy-Treasurer Edward S. Finegan jason Cr. Stranahan Henry F. Kreckman Henry Rothmann John D. Hitchcock VVildredge L. Terry Leland J. 'Heath Gordon B4 Mosher Twenty-four years ago the Terrace Council was established as the admin- istrative department of the Student Body. From the time of its founding until the election of the 1929 Council its- membership was restricted to seven, four of Whom Were " tapped " on Moving-up Day after selection by lot by the outgoing Council, and three of Whom were chosen by vote of the students in the following September. Two years ago by advice of the Student Body at large it was sug- gested that membership be enlarged affording a more representative body. Action was taken to cope with this concensus of opinion and consequently there are now seven men who upon becoming seniors on Moving-up Day are selected and " tapped " by the preceding Councilmen. In addition four men instead of three are elected in the following September. A A S Terrace Council is the greatest honor any Union student may attain, hence those who become members are only those deserving by dint of extra-curricular and scholastic achievements. Personality and popularity are also taken into consideration in the selection of councilmen. At the meetings which are held weekly, discussions of important under- graduate questions take place. Proposals for improvements on matters pertinent to student life at Union are formulated and submitted to the faculty for approval. Student opinion on faculty proposals is in turn voiced through the council as the representative branch of the student body. Class activities, class elections, pep-meetings, the annual Block " U " dinner, and gatherings of similar nature are under the direct supervision of this group ot men. Tlzirty-jiw EDWARD S. FINEGAN IQINGSBURY DYKE LELAND I. HEATI-I ROBERT O. BULLARD WVILLARD C. IQNIGI-IT Thirty-six EDWARD S. FINEGAN President Class of 1930 SENIOR CLASS QFFICERS . President Vice-Presideni . Q Secretaffy . T1'easm'e1' . H ist01'-iam' . MQ Senior Class History Another book is about to be written! The title is " The Life and Achieve- ments of Union's Class of 1930 " and the author, that glorious class of '3O. We have spent four years here receiving an inspiration and being equipped to Write this book. We are about to Write the last page of the prologue and -as We look back over its contents, We see the source of all the enthusiasm and optimism which Will enable us to write our book of life. The first page of the prologue depicts our entrance to Union College as a very timid class of individuals. This timidity was soon dispersed When we learned our first lesson, that much can be accomplished by a determined group Working in perfect harmony. Our next three years flew by with incredible svvittness. During that time We Were surrounded and moulded by that unmatchable atmosphere of Union College, an atmosphere combining the scholastic, athletic, and social interests in just the right proportions. Each individual effort and participation on our part in these three fields met with success. i r Over the pages of the prologue we see spelled the word " SUCCESS," and With such abeginning it is very safe to say that the pages of our book will con- tinue to repeat it in greater volume. Through it all We will never forget those four years Wherein our purpose, determination, and ideals were formed and guided by our beloved "College on the hillf, -Class Historian Thirty-swell r - -L --WY ,---v VA- -Yv------ W THE E, IOR CLASS The Senior Cldss CARL FRANCIS ACKERBAUER .... AX House f Joimstown, N. Y. AX, DAVID VVILLIAM ALLEE ..... Key and Blade Club Sclzenectadyg N. Y. Key and Blade Club: American Society of Civil Engineers. HERBERT EUGENE ARMSTRONG .... QEK House Rutherford, N. f. fPEKg French Clubg Lacrosse Squad Cl, 2, 35 3 Interfraternity Co-uncil C3,i45. RICHARD MALCOLM BAIRD . . .. .... TFA House Glofzfersrxille, N. Y. TTA, Interfraternity Council C3, 45 g Assistant Manager of Basketball 1 C35g Man- ager of Basketball C45g Frosh Peerade Committee C355 Spanish Club Cl, 25, DeMolay Club Cl, 25. WALTER GORDON BAIRD' ....... QNE House Binghamfoii, N. Y. S 9NEg Physical Societyg Chemistry Club, Associate Editor of 1931 Garnetg German Club Cl5. Q CLIFTON ASEL BARBER ...... p . 707. South Ave. ' Saratoga. Sp1'i1ig5, N. Y. J American Society of Civil Engineers C3, 455 French Club C153 DeMolay Club Cl, 25 3 Chemical Society C3, 45. ROBERT WILLIAM COWLES BASCOM . . . J KA Lodge . .Fort Edward, N. Y. i KA, KB'-Iv, IIAE5 Idol Club-3 News Editor of Concordiensis C455 Associate Editor of 1930 GARNETQ Press Club Cl, 25.5 Associate Editor of Concordiensis C35 g Pub- licity Manager of Hoover Clubg Candidate Manager of Basketball C25. JOHN SUMMERHAYES BEALE . . .. .... ECP Place Sclieiiectadyg N. Y. ' 2455 Terrace Councilg Idol Club, Freshman Scrap Leaderg Class Historian C155 Golf Team Cl. 2, 35, Captain C45 5 Hockey,Team Cl, 2, 35, Captain C45g Varsity Football C3, 45. . . . QUENTIN REATPI BENNETT ..... 1073 Van Antwerp Road Sch.e1iecz'ady, N. Y. American Society of Civil Engineers. JOHN WESTALL BORDEN, JR. .... A42 House Fall River, Mass. . NP, President of American Society of Civil Engineers. THOMAS SOMERVELL BOWIE . . S. . E41 Place Rochester, N. Y. E415 Tiger's Eyeg Vice-President of Spiked Shoe Society, Varsity Track Cl, Z, 35, Captain C455 Vice-President of Smith Club. Tlzirfy-zzim GEORGE BOYS ..... . - EX House Burnt Hills, N. Y. EX, President of Psychology Club. ROBERT OLIVER BULLARD . . . . I K2 House Slornwllle, N. Y. KE, Vice-President of Terrace Council, Treasurer of HKN, Junior Prom Com- mittee, Fro-sh Peerade Committee, Freshman Football, Freshman Basketball, Varsity Football CZ, 3, 4D , Varsity Basketball CZ, 3, 45 , Treasurer of Senior Class. JOSEPH BISHOP CADY ........ ACD House Point Pleasant, W. Va. NP, Idol Club, Frofsh Peerade Committee, Spiked Shoe Society, Manager of Cross-Country and Track C4D, Musical Clubs, Manager of Freshman Cross- Country. ROBERT LEONARD CARSON .... CIDEK House Wate1't0w1t'l, lblass. CP-EK, Candidate Assistant Manager of Lacrosse CZD, Assistant Business Manager of Idol C3j, Psychology Club C4D. g GEORGE CHANDY ...... , N. S. N. C. Illysore, India RICHARD LANE CHASE ........ KA Lodge Binghamton, N. Y. KA, Idol Club, Secretary and Treasurer CID, Interfraternity Cross-Country CZ, 45, Swimming Squad CZD, Transfer from Colgate, Candidate for Assistant Manager of Tennis CZQ. WILLIAM ORLANDO CHASE . . ' . . KA Lodge Binghamton, N. Y. KA, FREDERICK ALBERT CHRIST .... AX House L Oneida, N. Y. AX, Associate Editor of 1930 GARNET, Freshman Football Squad, German Club I 41, 29. RAYMOND CHESTER CLARK ..... M. S. S. AC. PVestp01't, N. Y, Mountebanks, Student Assistant Geology, French Club. NATHAN COHEN ....... , KN House Schenectady, N. Y. KN, Spanish Club, Psychology Club, Juris Prudentia, La Voz de Union, Asso- ciate Editor of 1930 GARNET, Concordiensis Clj. EUGENE ERITSCH CONANT ......, OAX Hguge Avnszferdafn, N. Y . GAX, Glee Club, Instrumental Club, Manager of Band, Swimming Team, Choir. BASIL VVARNER CONRAD ...... 207 Alexander AW, Scotia, N. Y. Forty SPOTSWOOD VVELLFORD CIORBIN . . . C .... . EQ Place Schenectadyg N. Y. ECP, EE, IIAE5 CPA5 UKN Secretary-Treasurerg Idol Clubg English Clubg Manager of Varsity Footballg Freshman Hockey5 Lacrosse Squad Cl, 25 5 Varsity Golf C35 5 Business Manager of 1930 GARNETQ Manager of Union Sootg Mountebanks C3, 455 Publication Board C355 Athletic Board C455 Charles P. Steinmetz Honor C1,2,3, 45- JOHN COLE CRARY ........ AAT House Albany, N. Y. ANP, HAE5 Editor-in-Chief 1930 GARNETQ Publication Boardg Mountebanks C1, 2, 35, Secretary C355 President C45 5 Acting Stage Manager C45 5 Class Secretary C355 English Clubg Interfraternity Track C1, Z, 35. JOHN AUGUSTUS DAVIS ....... CHJNE House ' Holyoke, Mass. GNE5 French Club C155 Choir C355 Psychology Club C455 Varsity Debating. HUGH GILCHRIST DICK' ....... GJAX House Delhi, N. Y. 9AXi Baseball Squad C155 English Clubg Swimming Squad C155 Press Club Cl, 2 . EDWARD DONALD DICKERMAN .' . . EX House Brandon, Vt. EX5 French Clubg American Society of Civil Engineersg News Bureau C355 . Track Cl, 35 5 Assistant Manager of Handbook C25. ANGELO DIDONNA ..... ' ACIDA House A Schenectady, N. Y. A4955 Van Orden Prize. IOSEPH DINARDO ...... A 704 Van Vranken Ave. Schenectady, N. Y. Freshman Cross-Countryg German Club C255 Pre-Medic Club C15. RON.ALD CECIL DIXON ..... A . . . ACD House Lake George, N. Y. A-'Pg UTM, President5 English Club5 Glee Club5 Manager of Hockeyg Lewis Henry ' Morgan Honor. RICHARD ELLIOTT DRAPER .... XKP Lodge Troy, N. Y. XXP5 Mountebanks C25, Assistant. Business Manager C35, Business Manager C455 Y.M.C.A. Cabinetg Vice-President C35, President C45 5 Y.M.C.A. Advisory Board, Lacrosse Squad Cl. 2, 3, 45 5 Swimming Squad C15. JOHN ANTHONY DRZEWIECKI .... . 938 Park Ave. Schenectady, N. Y. Spanish Club Cl, 2, 35 5 Juris Prudentia CZ, 3, 455 Manager of Debating5 Philo- mathean Literary Society Cl, 25 5 Secretary-Treasurer C3, 45. 5 JAY THOMAS DUNIGAN ..... GJNE HOuSC Albany, N. Y. QNE5 German Club CZ, 35 5 Psychology Club C45 5 Assistant Manager of Handbook C35 5 Fencing. Forty-one KINGSBURY DXCKE . ., ...... 'YY House Schenectady, N. Y. APT, CDA, lnterfraternity CO-uncil C3, 45, Varsity Track Cl, IZ, 35, Spiked Shoe Socictyg Class Vice-President C45, Union Delegate to National lnterfraternity Council. MARK EISENBERG ....... . ZBT House New York, N. Y. ZBT, German Club, Psychology Club, Pre-Medic Club, Associate Editor Of 1930 GARNETAJ Freshman Cross-Country, Tennis Squad, ll5-lb. Vtfrestling Finals Cl5, 125-lb. Wrestling Finals C25. JOSEPH HARRY ERLICI-I ....... 2000 Broadway Schenectady, N. Y. 3 German Club, President CZ, 35, Psychology Club, Pre-Medic. Club, ll5-lb. Wrestling Champion Cl5, Soccer Squad Cl5, 125-lb. Wrestling Finals C35. IOHN FRANCESCO FILIPPONE ....... ACIJA House Albany, N. Y. AKIJAI EDWARD SCOTT FINEGAN ..... . AY House , Brooklyn, N. Y. AT, OAN, President of Student Body, President of Senior Class, Terrace Coun- cil, Tiger's Eye, Captain of Freshman Footballs, Varsity Football C2, 35, Captain C45, Lacrosse aUa Cl, 2, 35, Captain C45, Vice-President of Interfraternity Council C35, President C45, Junior Prom Committee. WILLIAM ALLEN FOSTER, IR ....... CIDEK House Schenectady, N. Y. QTEK, Lacrosse Cl5, Spanish Club Cl, 25, Track Squad Cl, 25, La Voz De iUniOn Board Cl, 25. HENRY CHARLES GATES . . . fID1'A House Utica, N. Y. 'PYLE Musical Clubs Cl5g German Club Cl, 2, 35, Treasurer C45, Cross-Country Squad C253 Basketball Squad C25, Varsity Basketball C3, 45, Baseball aUa, A Lacrosse Squad C35. NVILLIAM ROSSMAN GILGORE . - . ' . . CIJFA House Scotia, N. Y. MEA, UAE, Freshman Football, Freshman Basketball, Sophomore Soiree Com- mittee: Lacrosse Squad: Business Manager of the Idol. CLARENCE HENRY GIRARD ..... 811 Albany St. ' Schenectady, N. Y. A ROBERT CHTSH-OLME GRAHAM, JR .... 331 Germania Aye. ' Schenectady, N. Y. . Radio Club, Physical Society C2, 35 , Concordiensis C15 , Lacrosse Cl, 2, 35. ROGER ELVVYN GRIFFITH ........ XXII Lodge ' Chadwicks, N. Y. XXP, Musical Clubs Cl, 25, Secretary-Treasurer C3, 45, Varsity, Baseball C2, 35. l L Forty-two HARVEY PORTLR HALL B911 House Benfnt S yma BQIT UAE Edltor 1n Chlef of the Idol Mana er of Tenn1s YM CA Cabmet ISRAEL LOUIS HANDIN I 5 5 C Albany N Y German Club Psychology Club Pre MCd1C Club CHARLES ANDREW HANSEN Key and Blade Club Schenectady N Y Key and Blade Club Freshman Football Team Freshman Basketball Squad Vars1ty Football C2 3 45 Varslty Track Cl 2 35 Varslty Basketball Squad C25 Soccer Team C25 HeaVywe1ght VVrest11n Champ1on C15 Frosh Peerade Comm1ttee MARVIN TYLER HANSON 1529 Umon St Schenectady N Y Spf:lI11Sl'1 Club Classlcal Club SAMUEL WEST HATHAWAY H AACIJ House Wtnchestea Blass ANP KBKP Tlgers Eye Electr1c1an tor Mountebanks C3 45 Vars1ty Cheer Leader C3 45 Sw1mm1ng Squad C1 25 DONALD VROMAN HAYMANI 1079 Glenwood Blvd Schenectady N If UTM Key and Blade Club Phdomatheans Cl 25 Pres1dent C3 45 Concord1enS1s C35 Span1sh Club LELAND JOHN HEATH SPY House Schenectady N Y SPT' KB? Terrace COunc1l Secretary of Sen1or Class Varsxty Cross Countrv C2 3 45 Captam C35 Vars1ty Track C2 3 45 Indoor Track C2 3 45 Iumor Prom Comm1ttee Sp1ked Shoe Soc1ety C25 Presxdent C3 45 MORTON JOSEPH HENAFELT XXII Lodge Bnjjfalo N Y XXI' V1CCPfCS1dC11f of T1gers Fye C25 Hockey Team C1 2 3 45 Tennls Squad C25 ANDREW THOMAS HENDERSON EK House N01 th Adams Ilfass EX RHd1O Club C1 2 3 45 French Club C15 ELSWOOD SMART HILL 'QI' L0dgC Caeenowa N Y XI Freshman Cross Country Vars1ty Cross Country aUa C3 45 Track C1 2 35 Glee Club C45 GRANVILLE HILLS TN' Lfidge Hudson N Y XI Mana er of Lacrosse C35 COl1COI'Cl1C11S1S C1 25 Student Representatwe on Publ1cat1on Board Mmor Sports Representatwe on Athlet1c Board Treasurer of Jumor Class Treasurer of Chr1st1an Assoc1at1on Y Cab1net Ass1stant Man ager of Freshman Basketball French Club AdV1sory Board of Cl1I'lS'E13.l1 Asso c1at1on Mountebanks C3 45 Fozty thi ee 4 4' . . . . H , , ,v - 4. ' ' ' . ' ' - - 0- . 7 7 x , D , . . . . . 7 V, . . 7 7 " - , " "' ' . . . . . , a 0 I 1 A , . . 7 . , L 7 7 7 7 7 7 O l I 04 . . 7 l ' ! D 7 . . . . . , , ' I 1 n . . . , . 4 , . . . . . I , . A 7 7 . . 7 , 7 7 7 7 7 ' . , . 1 . . . . . v ,7 ,' - 7 2 ' 7 7 7 7 , . I I I I l I c f I, . . '7' 7 7 7 ' 77 2 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 ' 1 7 - , 1 . . . . . . . 1 I, . . . . . . , D ' . 7 ' 4 7 7 7 7 7 T. . . . . . 1 ' f . , I , I u I I . I , 1 1 y 1 ' ' . . . . . . . . 1 H 7 , . . , . xl- - .. ' , " , 7 7 7 7 7 ' , , . . . . . . I. . 1 ' f J 4 n Yyf. . . ' ' ' ' . l Q g 7 Y' 7 3 . . . 2 . , , 7 ' 7 ' .ah . JOHN DAYTON HITCHCOCK ACI' House Glens falls N Y Alb UAE Ti ers Eye En lish Club Terrace Council Manager of Freshman Football Class President C35 Athletic Editor of 1930 GARNET Associate Editor of Idol C3 45 Sophomore Soiree Committee ,Tumor PFOH1 COmm1f'fCC MOUINC banks C2 3 45 House Manager C45 Lewis Henry Morgan Honor C35 -1 V . , . . , D - , . i li g . J g A .7 D ' , . . 5 5. - 4 - 4' - . I ,l 7 - rx I i ROGER NVESLEY HOGUE ...... . - 'PFA HOUSC Schenectady, N. Y. TFA, Lacrosse Squad Cl, 2, 355 Candidate for Assistant Manager of Football, American Society of Civil Engineers. STANLEY GEORGE HOLDEN .... 234 McClellan St. . Schenectady, N. Y. RALPH ARTHUR HOLMGREN .... EX House Schenectady, N. Y. EX, Spanish Club, Cosmopolitan Club, Musical Clubs. ANDREW RUDOLF JOHNS-ON ....... AX House Great Kills, N. Y. AX, Interfraternity Council, American Society of Civil Engineers, German Club. BRADFORD WILLIS JONES ....... AXA House S yfracluse, N. Y. AXA, Freshman Football, Lacrosse Squad Cl, 255 Concordiensis C25. CHARLES HOWARD KENDALL ....... XXI' Lodge ' Bnjjfalo, N. Y. X312 0ANg President, HAE5 TKA5 Secretary-Treasurer, Tiger's Eye, Freshman Manager of Frosh Football, Musical Clubs Cl, 2, 3, 45 5 Leader of Garnet Goblins Leader of Glee Club C455 Concordiensis CZ, 35, Business Manager C459 Varsity Debating Team C355 Associate Editor of GARNET C355 Mountebanks C3, 455 Frosh -Peerade Committee C35 3 Publication Board C45. BOLESLAUS STANLEY KILIAN .... 157 Crane St. Schenectady, N. Y. UTM, Secretary of the Cosmopolitan Club. CARL EDWARD KINUM ..... EX House Schenectady, N. Y. EX, Spanish Club, Freshman Cross-Country Squad. FRANK MILTON KNIGHT ..., AAQ House Seneca Falls, N. Y. JXAQ7, KBsI2g Manager of the Musical Clubs, V 't L S d l 2 3 ' Freshman Hockey Squad, Tiger's Eye. al-S1 y acrosse qua C i , li GEORGE GORDON KNIGHT . . , , QAQ House Brooklyn, N. Y. KIDAG, CPA, Idol Club, Swimming Cl, 3, 45, C f ' S ' ' 4 . 1' Champion, 135-lbs. CZ, 35 g Swimming, Major UaCJ3:5u?AdveIlpIl1Iiic1sllg C D , Wrest mg Forty-fozn' WILLARD CHARLES KNIGLIF QFA House Rochester N Y 'PTA Freshman Football VafS1tV Football C2 3 45 Varslty Track C1 2 35 Class H1stor1an C3 45 Amer1can SOC1Cty of C1Vll Englneers aUa Track C35 HENRY HERBERT KOBLINTZ AME Hguge Albany N T AME French Club Iur1s Prudentla Psychology Club Debatmg Club GARNET Board C35 Interfratermty Track Cl 25 Concord1ens1s C15 EDMUND LOUIS KOERBER 286 Delqwqre Ave Albany N Y WAINO MATHIAS KOLEHMAINEN AXA House Comwaut Ohio AKA Freshman Football Charles P Stemmetz Honor C2 35 Turnbull Pr1ze1n Physlcs C25 VICE Presldent of Iumor Class Baseball Squad C25 Cha1rman Prom Commlttee C35 HENRY FRANKLIN TCRECKMAN GND House B1 ooklyn N Y GNE UAE Pres1dent C45 Terrace COunc1l The Concord1ens1s Ed1tOf111 Ch1ef C45 Publ1cat1on Board Vars1ty Lacrosse Iumor Prom Commlttee Ass1stant D1rectOr News Bureau C35 Press Club SHEPARD VVOODWARD LEIGH Afb House ACP UPU IXBKTP T1gers Eye VICE Presldent P1 Gamma Mu C45 Iumor Pro1n Comm1ttee Mus1cal Clubs l Z 3 4 Garnet Goblxns Cl 2 3 45 Mountebanks C D C3 45 Levus Henry Mor an Honor C45 VVILLIAM UNDERHILL LIGHT CIJFA House Rzzer Edge N J PTA Tenn1s Squad C1 2 35 ASSOC1HtL Member of GARNET Board C35 Concor dxensls C15 Span1sh Club WILLIAM VICTOR LIVINGSTON KN HOHSG Bvooklyn N Y KB Freshman Basketball Vars1ty Basketball C3 45 Psycholo y Club Pre Medlc Club German Club Press Club ELBERT JAMES MAI ONLX AX HOHSC P01tEdtva1d N Y AX German Club COncord1ens1s Cl P5 Ass1stant Bus1ness Mana er C35 Psy cholo y Club ROBERT MARGOLIUS TEA HOUSE Albany N Y TVA Freshman Track P1 Gamma Mu Frosh Peerade Comm1ttee FREDERICK ERNEST MASFR 113 Park Place Phzladelflhza P Cosmopohtan Club Y M C A Cab1net JOSEPH MONZART MAYER 909 Schenectady N Y German Club Ass1stant Mana er of Idol Fencmg Squad Nott St F01 tx 15110 . -, I I 0 I A A M ' ,, . . 7 . . 7 - 2 7 I J 7 3 1 1 . 1 - . . . . . . . 7 , J . . . . ' ' . , ' . 7 7 . J 1 1 3 7 7 ' 4 . . . . . . c c . ' ' J 1 n . . . . . . , ,, J , v . . . 1 7 ' I ' 1 1 Z ' 1 1 . 4 l 4 , J . . . 4 . . . I . . . -. - . 1 1 1 1 1 I 1 1 1 ' 1 , . . . . . . . . . If . , l . , - . . . I . 1 . ' 1 5 7 ' 1 1 1 J I J 1 1 1 1 1 . I V , ,Q . I . I' '4 J, . . 4 - ' - . ' R - - I 1 1 1 1 , . 'I ,f y y . . T, ' . I 0- - , 1 J 1 1 D 7 1 1 ' ' 4 I . J 4-7 0 1 I 0 0 9 I I ,- .- f I, . . D ' . . . - O. . - I 1 J-'1 C' 7 g . 0 I I 0 0 0 ' J . . "' 1 J i ' T y 1 4 I I ' ' ' . , a. , . . . . - . I c 0 U ' ' ' . I, .. . - ' o' ' . 1 D 7 '1- 5 li lg. C. i ru 'I .1 Zi ill li i. NICHOLAS GEORGE BQASIOTTI . . . . 214 PHY14 P1866 Schenectady, N. Y. Spanish Clubg La Voz de Union: Baseball 5CI.U-Hd CU 3 Golf Team wl- ll , . ARTHUR EDWIN MCCORMICK . . . ..-- NIP HOUSE il. il Albany, N. Y. A113 CIJBKQ TKA5 HFM5 1TAEg Editor of 1929-1930 Handbookg Manager of Swim- .ll ni ill mingg Publication Board C355 Debatingg Glee Club C255 Mountebanksg English fi . CHARLES MARK MCCRILLIS ..... . . ANP House . ' H olley, N. Y. .N ' AAQD5 KBfI1g Tiger's Eyeg Lacrosse Squad C155 Interfraternity Council C35g Sec- ll retary. ,. f ROBERT BENJAMIN MCDONNELL .... AXA House A Baldwin, Long Island li AXA3 Glee Club, Leader Instrumental Clubg American Society of Civil Engineersg ,C Swimming 5 Choir. is 3 A WILLIAM TALBOT MCEWAN .... XXII Lodge wi! 1 Coopeffstown, N. Y. . I I XXPQ Varsity Golf Team C35. l l THEODORE RICHARD MCILWAINE . . . . . EX House E 3 Plattsburg, N. Y. Q I 2X3 Managing Editor Co-ncordiensis 3 Associate Editor GARNETQ Concordiensis Cl, 2, 35 3 j Vice-President Adelphic Debating Societyg Vice-President De Molay Clubg l French Club C15, Treasurer C255 Band. l i Q NATHANIEL HERBERT MENDELSON . . . TEA House I Schenectady, N. Y. Q 'PEM Psychology Clubg Freshman Track and Cross Countryg Junior Board of i 1 GARNETQ Concordiensis Reporterg Philomathean Societyg Pre-Law Club. l l JULIUS LOUIS MILLER ........ AME House ' Schenectady, N. Y. Q AMEg Allison-Foote C25 3 Sophomore Oratoricalsg Junior Oratoricals g First Prizeg A I I gi 5 Wrestling Champion, 125 lbs. C353 Philomatheans C1, 2, 35, Vice-President C35g :ii 1 A.S.C.E. C3, 45 3 Spanish Club Cl5g Freshman Cross Country. li i GORDON BARTON MOSHER . I ..,, , OAX Houge iii N ortlwille, N. Y. 9AXg Freshman Footballg Varsity C2, 3, 455 Freshman Pleerade Committee C35 g Ci -C Terrace Council. ' . li I Q WILBUR JOHNSON NICHOLS ..... Ach House Hudson Falls, N. Y. ' A-'Pg KBfPg Idol Clubg Associate Editor Idol 5 English Club. 2 4 I 4- NELSON WALLACE N ITCHMAN , Q I I . A . . BGDH House f Schenectady, N. Y. C f B9Hg President Terrace Council C45g Varsity Basketball C35 Captai C45- ggafsity Football C3, 455 Varsity Baseball C3155 Freshman Football and Basket- . l i , ir . tl .P Lg l Forty-sift l 1 l ' I VICTOR N IGRINY ....... SZ9 -Oakwood Ave. Schenectady, N. Y. Varsity Track CZ, 353 Cross Country C453 Spiked Shoe Societyg Treasurer of American Society of Civil Engineers3 Spanish Club. WILLIAM JOSEPH O,BRIEN .... . 93Z Wendell Ave. A Schenectady, N. Y. Spanish Club 153 American Society, of Civil Engineers CZ, 353 Secretary of ' C A.s.C.E. C45. THEODORE SPIVEY OPPENHEIM .... . Schenectady, N. Y. AY House - ATQ TIK-AQ 'PBKQ Baseball Manager C45 3 Vice-President Athletic Board C45 3 Var- sity Swimming CZ, 45 3 Basketball Squad C35 3 Mountebanks Cl, Z, 3, 453 Junior- Sophomore Oratoricals CZ, 35 3 Varsity Debating C453 Literary Editor 1930 GAR- NET C3-5 3 News Bureau C35 3 Classical Clubs C3, 45, President C45 3 Philatelic Club CZ, 3, 453 Graduate Council Member C453 Raymond Prize C153 Thorne Scholar- , ship C45 3 English Club C45 3 Taylor Lewis Honors Cl, Z5. STANLEY EDWARD GRBACZ . . . ' .... Zl9 Cutler St. Schenectady, N. Y. Student Chapter American Society of Civil Engineers3 Freshman Football. JOHN LEWIS OSTRANDER ........ Schnylevfville, N. Y. K2 Lodge KEQ Freshman Football3 Juris Prudentiag Candidate Assistant Manager Lacrosse 423. . ROBERT BOGARDUS PARKER ....... N efwark, N. J. E112 Place E453 Tiger's Eye3 Associate'Editor Co-ncordiensisg Mountebanks Cl, 3, 453 Asso- I ciate Business Manager of 1928-1929 Handbookg Interfraternity Council C353 Cosmopolitan Club3 Press Club C153 Associate Editor 1930 GARNET. JOHN HOWARD PAYNE ....... 1716 State St. Schenectady, N. Y. General Electric Co.3 Radio Department. HOWARD ELLSWORTH PEEK . . l . . . Key and Blade Club ' 3 Schenectady, N. Y. 3 Key and Blade Club3 Spanish Club3 Varsity Debatingg Psychology Club3 Philo- mathean Debating Society. JAMES ELNATHAN PERsoNIUs . I ...... Elmira, N. Y. , EX House n EX3 Adelphics Cl, Z5, Treasurer C35 3 Lacrosse Squad C1, Z, 35 3 French Club C15. JOHN GORDON RANKIN ........ I Kalatnazoo, Mich. SAX, , FREDERICK LEWIS RAPP, JR. . . . . ' Troy, N. Y. AHN, WALTER DIMONT RECTVOR . . . . . Delanson, N. Y. A1113 Class Historian C25 3 Spanish Club3 Associate Editor of 1930 GARNET. QDAX House AHN House ACD House Forty-seven RSALSTON BRAIDWOOD REID . . . - - - BQH HOUSE Schenectady, N. Y. BSU, UAE, English Club, Varsity Football CZ, 3, 45, VZIFSMY Track CZ, 393 Freshman Football, Heavyweight Boxing Champ1On.Cl5 , Spanish Club! ASSOCI-TUC Editor of Idol, Columnist Concordiensis C45, Contributor to Union Soot C35. THOMAS EDWARD REYNOLDS, JR. . . . . 323 Paige St- Schenectatiy, N. Y. EVERETT RICE ..... . AY House Schenectady, N. Y. AT, Tiger'S Eye, President of Freshman Class, Freshman Baseball, Freshman Football, Varsity Basketball Squad Cl, Z, 3, 45, Varsity Baseball Squad C155 Spanish Club. KENNETH WATSON RICHARDS .... GFA House llliddletawn, N. Y. QJFA, WILBUR SOMMERFIELD R'OBERTS, JR. . . . . AY House Albany, N. Y. ' AT, OAN, KBCP, Tiger's Eye, Chairman Sophomore Soiree Committee, French Club, Swimming Squad Cl, 25, Lacro-Sse Squad CZ5, Lacrosse Team C35, Runner-up in Fall Golf Tournament. -JAMES FREDERICK H. ROBINSON, JR. . . 402' Mohawk Ave. Scotia, N. Y. IIFM, Lacro-sse Squad, French Club. HENRY BENJAMIN ROTH ....... AY House N ew Y ark City AT, Freshman Cross-Country Squad, Varsity Track Squad Cl, 2, 35, French Club, A.S.C.E. C3, 45 , Interfraternity Track, winner of 100-yd. Dash. WILLIAM JOSEPH ROTHENIICH, IR. ...... KE House Schenectady, N. Y. KE, Freshman Hockey Team, Tennis Squad C15 , Candidate Assistant Manager Tennis C25. HENRY ROTHMANN ..... NIIY House Rficlnnond Hill, L. I. SPT, TA, Tiger's Eye, Varsity Track Squad CZ, 3, 45, Terrace Council, Cross- Country Team CZ, 35, Captain C45, Indoor Track Team C2, 3, 45, Spiked Shoe Society, President of Phi Alpha, Sophomore Soiree Committee, Secretary of Sophomore Class. WILLIAM HAYES DEROUVILLE . . , , , quo House Albany, N. Y. QIJAGQ QIJAS fIvBK, EE, Idol Club, Interfraternity Council, Henry Lewis Morgan HOnor,Cl 2, 35, German Club, Pre-Medic Club, Student Instructor Comparative Anatomy, C 35 . CORNELIUS ANDREW FRANCIS RYAN, JR. . . , , QAQ House Schenectady, N. Y. fI'A9, Freshman Football, Varsity Swimming Team Cl, 2, 3, 45 , Varsity Baseball Squad C1.2, 35, Secretar f St d t B d Z ,Ad h' ' B -A ' Editor 1930 GARNET. Y O U an O Y C 5 ep ICS' and' Ssoclate- Forty-eight WALTER GOHRING RYON ..., , Poughkeepsie, N. Y. X111 Lodge X'I', Idol Clubg Manager of Freshman Basketballg Football Squad CZ. 3, 453 Freshman Football Team, Lacrosse Squad, Cl, Z, 35, French Club Cl, 25. ARTHUR STANLEY SARNOWSKI .... Schenectady, N. Y. . R. D. 7 Assistant Director of Interscholastic Debating League C455 Varsity Debating, Juris Prudentlag German Club, Philomathean Literary Society, Psychology Club. EDWARD GEORGE SCHAIRER . ' ..,, , 426 Mohawk Ave, Scotia, N. Y. HKN RUSSELL MILTON SCHERMERHORN . . . 90 Robinson St. A Schenectady, N. Y. American Society of Civil Engineers, Musical Clubs CZ, 3, 453 Choir C45. CLYDE HENRY SCHWENNKER ,,,,, 1038 Park Ave. Schenectady, N. Y. ANDREW R. SMITH ........ XXI' Lodge Springfield Center, N. Y. Xxlfg French Club C153 Varsity Track Squad C153 Candidate Business Manager of GARNET C253 A.S.C.E. RAYMOND GEORGE SMITH . . . . . AXA House Carman, N. Y. AXA, TKAQ Varsity Debating, Frosh Peerade Committee, Pre-Med Clubg Ger- man Clubg Mountebanks, CZ5g First Prize Sophomore Oratoricalsg Junior Oratoricals, Freshman- Cross-Country Squad. RONALD HAYES SMITH ..... Cincinnafas, N. Y. AKD House ACP, Idol Club, Varsity Football Squad CZ, 3, 45, Freshman Football, Varsity Hockey Squad, C3, 45, Freshman Hockey Squad, Lacrosse Squad C255 Varsity Track Squad C15. LYNWOOD TOWER STODDEN ....... ONE House Pittsfield, Mass. 9NEg German Club Cl, Z, 35 g DeMolay Club Cl, Z, 3, 45, Choir C3, 45 g Mounte- banks C3, 45. JASON GEORGE STRANAHAN ...A . - Chewy Valley, N. Y. 1192K House GEEK- Terrace Council, Varsity Football Team CZ, 3, 45, Freshman Football Squad, Track Squad Cl, 35 5 Junior Prom Committee. REGINALD LEGRAND SWANN .... Schenectady, N. Y. l23l State St. CIJBK' Taylor-Lewis Scholarly Honor Cl, Z, 35 ,Alexander Prize Scholarship C453 Classical Club, English Clubg Honor Guest from Union at Phi Beta Kappa Banquet. WALTER ASHTON SWICK . . . - Schenectady, N. Y. B9Ug Varsity Lacrosse Squad C3, 45- BQDH House lforfv-nizze SEEBER CAMERON TARBELL . . . . . UNE House M' cG1'a'zc', N. Y . GNE5 Band, C1, 3, 455 Glee Club C3, 455 Associate Editor of Handbook5 French Club C155 Lacrosse Squad C151 Fencing Squad C155 Assistant Song Leader C3, 45 5 Varsity Debating C35 5 Choir. WILDREDGE LESTER TERRY .... . . - EX House Brooklyn, N. Y. EX5 Chi Iotag Freshman and Sophomore Lacrosse Teamg Varsity Baseball Team Cl, 2, 355 Captain C45 5 Terrace Council5 Frosh Peerade COITIITIIIICCQ Iumor Prom Committee. SoLoMoN TOWITZ . . . 234 So. Main Ave. Albany, N. Y. Cro-ss-Country Squadg German Club5 Psychology Club. DONALD JAMES VAN KE-UREN .... AXA House Troy, N. Y. AXA5 Chi Iota5 Glee Club Cl, 2, 3, 455 Candidate Assistant Manager of Tennis C255 Physical Societyg French Club C15. - VVILLIAM DEANS VVALLACE ..... 2816 Campbell Ave. Schenectady, N. Y. Junior-Sophomore Oratoricalsg American Society of Civil Engineers5 Track Squad. IRA CHARLES VVERLE . . . . QJAQD House Jamaica, L. I. 45595 HAE5 CPBK5 Freshman Hockeyg Varsity Hockey Team CZ, 3, 455 Varsity Baseball Squad Cl, 2, 355 Concordiensis, Cl, 2, 355 Sports Editor C455 Glee Club C3, 455 English Club5 Adel-phicsg Choir C455 Associate Editor of Idol C455 DeMolay Club. ROSCOE LEWIS XCVILLIAMS ..... . - GJNE House Fort Edward, N. Y A QNE5 TKA5 Varsity Debating Team5 Editor of Interscholastici Debating Bulletin5 Psychology Club CZ, 455 German Club C1, 25. THOMAS ARMSTRONG WILSON .... 104 Foster Ave. Schenectady, N. Y. AX5 Lacrosse Squadg German Club5 Mountebanks. MATTHEW CLARK WINNE CLYDE JACKSON NVINTER GAX: Kalamazoo College. LoUIS JUDSON WRIGIITER KE5 French Club5 Press ciub 429. IOSEPI-I Y S M ACH Fifty - . . . Schenectady, N. Y. Kala1na.e0o, Mich. Ballston Spa, N. Y. 1417 Foster Ave. GAX House . K2 House Clubi Concordiensis C255 Glee Club C255 Instrumental , Schenectady, Yi 600 Broadway JUNIIOIQS II I. I I V 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 II I II I I I I 'I II I ,I I I I h L .I l In Q 'I I I I I I Z I I I I I I I II I II I I i I I I I Z I V I I I I II I I I I I I ARNOLD WOLEE KAHN CARL C. HARBECK . GEORGE C. YACKEL MERLE GATES ATKINS ALAN S. MILLER Fifty-two ARNOLD VVOLFE KAHN Pwsident Class of 1931 JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS . President l71.C6-APV6SiCl67Zf . Secretary . Treasurer . Historian Junior Class History "On top of the world" sits the Class of 1931. Its record of the achieve- ments has earned the Junior Class the right to sit back and bask in the reflected glory of its deeds,-but the Class of 1931 is not so constituted and will rise to even greater heights in the future. As civilization marches on, the barbarian instincts of men become extinct which accounts for our lack of success' in the beastlike scraps of 1926 and 1927, allbeit the temptation to throw off the mantle of culture Was very great. Ath- letically the class has turned out in goodly numbers. The freshman teams were strong, and their members have continued to shine in varsity competition. We contributed substantially to the success of the 1929 championship lacrosse team. So good have become our athletics that we are told that We are 'in danger of becoming professional. Physically We were so Well developed that compulsory gymnasium for sophomores was postponed a year. y Our deeds have not been all athletic, the Soiree was a success and from advance reports the Prom will greatly surpass it. So well have we done scho- lastically that We are always Welcome in-the administration building. Though the largest class to enter Union in her history the present group numbers only half of the neophytes. Perhaps the abolishing of the condition examinations which aided other classes to slide through was the VVaterloo for many. t Though ranking high in the annals of the college We are sure that next year will see the peak of the collegiate development of the Class of 1931. -Class H istovfian Fifty-Atl1.a'ee ,. . 1 THE JUNIOR CLASS 71 V T, ,-it wi xv 1 x f iQ"""k fx-Nfwy-A.-...,,'L.Y,-Q 'W' ' -,135 I , 1 f:.,,51g---N---...TTA 5 VN, ,- , .-' " ff 4 G, 'K' ...',-... "--. f' x. .-',',.. ' . 4" gg'-,."' ' j,"".' -A .V -9 Hg-' 'x.'f'. v 4- 'f J! 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R ,"",x-,:- 1 "."1,'. .' f, f:-U. .rr jffh 'M WW' ht- j,.'.g..'.fy,- xx...-:'.:f',?,jx.?.! . l.,.g:.'........ 11.5 1 , 1.15-'uf .:t','l"Q5Q ...mf -.:'.3-,J ..- U.-,w ...il-.-!.v.1.j' .4 ... .. p,,,,1 U. ."'.'ll?' -3.,.,'gf.l-".ct.3'-gy FII... ,Z -,livgj -jf, '1 ,' '. .25.'- '-.fuk fm-!1...'Ilf' ,.'..5,..H g 1.,','f'.J'."".H f, "'I-.'.f'f' 1 . , .,, . .:.'r.-. ,.',-If-'3' 51-,-,g'..Ql .,v.My-'af-'.:.I.7,..x n.'g.':ful-.T-..f2 ,..,",r-,-'5,',.-.'. ,-ln 1-..'1.L 1 I,-'.".F ,- . --g:s1'.-Mg-.-... 1 .1-15+-I. fr.. .f .'-:- M-,1g1,.. .' ,.-.', '. ..".ul.g,y "'.'-,QLf.-IQ"'..L'.-'. - 5'.1,. .H,"1 .Zf'.Q' E 21.22113 M " PTE' -.. .. - . ,V .a1ff...,-,n, ',f'3'?'12 gf:.f.-'- v 3- .f,fi!.. iv" f: 1' "IMI ,, . ,-,. ' -,.Q 'Q .ff .U ..,-,.--..-,'4' , e gif-.f.-w.. .', 1' f:.wi,'f.', 1 -'w,x.- fin-' '-.f ...bf-:..j.g. . ', . . M, 5. .'1'..j,:-:.,,.-. IL.. ,vw ,.'j.,- 1 Q mf. 1..f 1 'Q J, ','U.'- ' ln' V- ...Q J. . .C f '. .- fi. FRANKLIN SHERWOOD ALEXANDER . ' AAQJ House In SC116178Clddj'Y,,N. Y. ' C ANTH' Idol Clubg President ofVClass CD5 Sophomore ' o,pSoiree Committee C21 3 junior, Prom Committee C35 3 A L ,Freshman Basketballg Varsity Basketball C2, 35 3 Varsity 4 p at memiisp C1, 21 3 Captain of Tennis CSD 3 Spanish Club. jAMEs DE.AN ALLEN . . . WY House A New York City A XPTQ fIPAg Tiger's Eyeg Assistant Manager of Varsity' Track and Cross-Countryg junio-r Associate Editor of Co-ncordiensisg Union Soot C2Dg Winner of Sophomore Oratoricals C255 Winiier of Edison Prize Essay C3jg Smith-for-President Clubg Classical Clubg Frosh Pee-V fade Committee CSD. 'WENDELL PHILLTPPS ALLEN . . . 820 State St. Schenectady, N. Y. Fifty-five Fifty-s ix 1 ATERLE GATES ATKINS . . . GJNE House McGraw, N. Y. GNE5 Freshman Football Squadg Freshman Basketball Squadg Lacrosse Squad Cl, 2, 355 Glee Clubg Treasurer of Class C395 A.S.C.E.5 Cross-Country Squad C315 Track Team C235 Choir CZ, 315 Band CU. ROBERT MURDOCK ATWELL . . XYP Lodge C00pe1'szf0w1z, N. Y. XXP5 Freshman Football Team5 Swimming Team Cl, 255 Varsity Football C3j. 5 CHARLES JOHN AUDETTE 5. . 535 Thompson St. .S'chenecz5ady, N. Y. Band Cl, 2, 3D 5 American Society of Civil Engineers. CHARLES NVILLIAM AUSSICKER . . , 18 Troy Road Schenectady, N. Y. ' Varsity Track Cl, 235 Varsity Cross-Country C2, 353 Captain Freshman Cross-Countryg Iurisprudentiag Spiked Shoe Society. C HERBIINIO BACCHI .... S. S. S. C. Bozfucatu, Brazil FRANK BAILEY, JR .... AACID House Brooklyn, N. Y. ANTH Idol Clubg Assistant Manager Footballg Associ- ate Editor of Concordiensisg Secretary of U.C.C.A. C2jg Vice-President C3Dg Mountebanksg Taylor Lewis Honor Cl, 25- A Fifty-swell CHARLES! JENKINS BQARTLETT .V . B011 House , 5 Cleveland, Ohio 4 B9Ug Lacrosse Squad Ql, 233 Frosh Peerade Com- 'mittee-.g Assistant Manager of Basketball. V AURELIIO BASILE C. .sV. A 24 Salina St. V Schenectady, Y. S l WALTER HENRY BEERS . . . QIJAGJ House Schenectady, N, Y, 491395 Idol Clubg Varsity Swimming Teamg College Bandg Glee Clubg Instrumental Club' Choirg Spanish 1 l Fifty-eight Club. V' LOUIS GEORGE BRUHN . .. . I AY House A Kingston, N. Y. C 'ATQ H395 Tiger's Eyeg Freshman Basketball 3 'Varsity I Baseball .Squad CD5 Varsity Baseball C253 Basketball Squad - CZD. C DOUGLAS SLOAN CAMERON ' . - Q A112 House , Albany, N. Y. . A493 1TAEg Idol Clubg Editor-in-Chief of 1931 GAR- NET,' Assistant Business Manager of Conco-rdiensisg Assistant Manager of Lacrosseg Secretary of Publication Boardg JuniorVProm Committeeg Glee Club Cl, Zjg ' Freshman Cross-Country Teamg Varsity Cross-Country Squad C2Dg French Clubg Indoor Track Squad CZDQA Contributor to the " Idol." PAUL MUNGER' CANTWELL . . ' 21? Place Malovze, N. Y. A I Efbg Tiger's Eyeg Mountebanksg Cosmopolitan Clubg Secretary of Cosmopolitan Club C253 Cheerleader C2jg Iurisprudentia. A Fifty-115110 Sixty JAMES FRANCIS CARRIER . . . K2 House Schenectady, N. Y. K2g German Clubg Psychology Club. PETER AUSTIN CASSELLA . . AQJA House . Schenectady, N.. Y. AfI'Ag Psychology Clubg Soiree Committee. ANTHONY BERTRAM CHEER . . QDNE House I Elmira, N. Y. Y 9NEg Freshmain Footballg Baseball Squadg Glee Clubg De-batingTSquad. - A A SHELDON CHURCH . V . 129 Van Vranken Ave. qt Hudson, .N. Y. Freshman Basketballg Freshman Lacrosse 5 Varsity Basketball Q93 Associate Editor of GARNET,' German Club. ' A I JOHN THOMAS CINELLA . . ' . Old Gym Dorm I Ilfechawzicville, N. Y. Freshman Basketballg Freshman Footballg Varsity Basketball Squad C3J. A JOSEPH LEWIS CIRLNOIONE . . ACIJA House Sclzeuecirzdy, N. Y. ACIPA, S1'.1'iy-om' Sixty-two l JOHN CLARKES-oN .' 'A ' . . . GENE House N 1 1 Schenectady, N. Y. 9NEg 1TAEg Business Manager of 1930-1931 Hand- bookg Assistant Business Manager of Concordiensisg 1 VPublication Boardg Freshman- Football Squadg Frosh 1 Peerade Committeeg A.S.C.E. M FRANCIS EDGAR CLIFFORD . . BQDH House Fairport, N. B9TIg Assistant Manager of Hockeyg Press Club CU g Lacrosse Squad C153 Manager of Freshman. Hockey. jos1zRH WALTER COATES . . 42 McClellan Ave, A7lISf07'dG711', N. Y. H ,GEoRG1313iR e15ERiC.KQCOGCINS - . A . SS. N. C. i . ' Brooklyn, N. Y. Y 1 - f Bancii Cl, 2, 355 Choir. Y EDWARD COHEN . Q. ' l . . KN House - . N Sclzeuectady, N. Y. KNg'Freshman Cross-Countrjfg Spanish Club Cl, ZD. JOHN 'WILSON CUMMING . . EX. House Cczfskill, N. Y. EXQ Glee Clubg Assistant Business Manager of Con- cordiensis. X I S1'.1'i'3f-1'1L1'UU Sixty-fom' RICHARD EDWARD CUMMINGS, JR. . CPM? House ' SC'lZ6'IfIf6CfC1djV, N. Y. , KIDAQ 5 Freshman Baseballg Idol Club 5 Adelphics 5 SD-311' . ish Club. A J'osEPH DAVIS . . .' , Q . V ZBT House Aqueduff, N. Y. A' V' ZBT j Mountebanks 5 Lacro1sse Squadg Associate Editor of GARNETJ Frehch Clubg Cross-Country Squad. LEON SYLVESTER DE SMID1' . RLF, D. No, 3 A' . Troy, N. Y. TKAQ Defvbatingg Spanish Club. PH1LL1P HOLBIES DEWEY . . . K2 House SC116'1Z6CfCICi3f, N. Y. Kflg Chemical Society. ALFRED J-ol-IN DICAPRIVO . . . V Adm House' Cazfskill, N. V. A4355 Band. U EDWARD CHARLES DONEY . . 906' Crane St. Sclzevzecfacijg N. Y. Choirg French Clubg Bandg Psychology Club. B Sixfy-fifve Sixty-six HARVEY SPENCER DUTCHER . . . GJAX House Seneca Falls, N. Y. SAX? HKN5 Captain of Freshman Lacrosseg Varsity Lacrosse. C2jg Frosh Peerade .Committeeg Indoor Track Squad CID. ,PHILIP JAMES ENGLISH . . . QDAQ House Albany, N. Y. 'P59g O.A.N.Rg Adelphicsg Class Treasurer C25 5 Swim- ming' Team C235 Associate Editor of 1931 GARNET. ' MICHAEL ERPLNO . A . . . Adm House Sclzeizectady, N. Yr ' .-V555 Freshman Cross-Countryg American Society of Civil Engineers. ll V k lil. . livl 3 5' ' ,la R., 9 ,A 1 I'-A KN 4 rw X l l I , . A ' ill ANTHONY JAMES FALCONE . . iHoiiSQi ii Meclza11icveilZe,sN. Y. i 5 Y A445 Baseball Squad qzyg German Club. q1 ji..Q Y ANDREW GEORGE FINEGAN .E . A AXiHouse I Schenectady, N, Y. i . ,. A ' AX5.Spanish Club qi, 23. R 1 i . ll RALPH HENRY FISHER . . . AY House s Koclziesier, N. Y. D Q' ' y ATQ Tiger's Eyeg Freshman Footballg Class Secretary Cljg Varsity Football Squad CZ, 32g Varsity Lacrosse Squad Qljg Varsity Lacrosse Team C255 Frosh Peerade Committee C31 Sixtyasevew Sixty-eight 1 HV 1. 1" W. 515' 22 1 1 .S gr 2 1 JONAS FLEMINBERG . . . AME House E Sche-nedady, N. Y. AMZ5 Lacrosse Squadg German Club. JAMES HENRY FLYNN5' JR. . . QJEK House North Troy, N. Y. 42215, V JAMES STANLEY FORBES . . ' S. GFA House East H l17'Zff01'd, Coma. S 491155 Varsity Lacrosse Team C2Dg Varsity Hockey Squad Cl, 2, 355 Freshman Footballg Varsity Football Squad CZ, 31 gtAssistant' Business Manager of Mounte- banksg Chairman of Frosh Peerade Committee C35 5 Member of Y.M.C.A. Cabinet C3D. A SIDNEY VAN DER XNERKEN FORT, JR. .- AX House M6Cl1,G72CCUill0, N. Y. AXg French Club. EDWARD PRIME F-osTER, JR. . . YOHIZQSCOZUH, Ohio A111 House NIH Idol Clubg Freshman Footballg Varsity Football CZ, 335 Varsity Hockey Cl, 2, Sjg Lacrosse Squad Cl, ZJ g Mountebanksg Band Cl, ZH 3 Radio Clubg Sopho- more Soiree Committeeg Class Treasurer CU. JAMES LELAND GAGE . . . Espcvwzce, N. Y. K2 House 15235, Sophomore Oratoricalsg Band Cl, Zjg Juris- . prudentiag Freshman Debatingg Press Clubg Y.M.C.A. Cabinetg Debating C35 g Interfraternity Councilg Manager Freshman Basketball: Frosh Peerade Committee. S'i.171lj!-1'1VfI1 e Y 1 1 Y I wi' i 1, 1 11' 1 f1 11 I 1 1 1 1 5 E E 1 1 1 I -i 1 1 N 1 1 '1 11.1 1 i i 1 . 1 Tl 139 ei: li? 112 131 im N 111 'DW Hi 111 1 :Ml "N : 1 114 irl :if 1, ?. 511 If 1 11 ii 41 21 ww V1 7,1 K M1 1 1 1 1 1 31 V1 W1 151 EM F11 E111 11? :rg li Ea! 1l1 M11 I:-111 .IVE Ill 1111 11? 111 191 Hi ii: T191 T79 11 1,1 '131 I1E N1 11 1 1 uLL..........,., .-.,... W Seventy , 1 PETER THOMAS GARDEN . . . IIJEK House ' Pittsfield, Mass. li'EKg Track Squad CD5 German Club CZD. 1 ARGOS ANDREW GEORGOPULQ . . Old Gym Dorm b New York City RICHARD JOSEPH GLASSFORDN . 1305 State St. Oswego, N. Y. ,French Club KID. DAVID GOLD ..... 1451 State St. Sche1izectady,. N. Y. ' Freshman CrossfCountry Squadg Varsity Cross- Country CZ, SD. ' TIT-0 GOMEZ Y GOMEZ . . . 1165 Rc-:gent,St. Lopowo, Colombia - Cosmopolitan Club Cl, 2, 3, 4D g Vice-President of Cosmopolitan Club C45 5 Spanish Club Cl, 2, 3, 41 3 Presi- ' dent of Spanish Club C315 Editor-in-Chief of " La Voz de Union" C1, 2, 3, 45. ALBERT THOMAS GRIFFIN . A . 1IfY House Southampton, N. Y. XI'Tg Freshman Football Squadg Freshman Basketball Squadg Track Squad Cl, Zjg Indoor Track Squad C255 Glee Club CZD. Sefventy-ozze Sevelzty-fwo JOHN THEODORE GROET . . . AY House Roclzcister, Ni. Y. AT5 HAEg Business Manager of l931 GARNET C3Dg junior Prom Conimitteeg Publication' Board Cfilg Man- ager of Lacrosseng Minor Sports Representative to Athletic Board. KZHORACE MCNEIL HAGAR . . BGJH House Amsieffdam, I N. Y. B9Hg Freshman Basketballg Varsity Basketball C2, 35 g Lacrosse tl, 2, SD g Vice-President of Interfraternity Councilg junior Prom Committeeg Vice-President of Spanish Clubg Assistant Manager of Freshman Football. JAMES HANE. . . - . ' . QFA House - H81'kll7'l67', N. Y. flDI'A, Y Q K K K CARL CLIFFORD HARBECK . . ' AHN House Sclwncctady, N. Y. ATIN5 X19 Vice-President of Junior Classg Spanish Clubg Philatelic Societyg Juris Prudentiag Soiree Com- mitteeg Psychology Club. SAUL HARRIS ..... KN House Sfa111.f01'd, N. Y. ' KNQ Circulation Manager of Concorcliensisg Business y Manager of Athletic Programs. JOHN HARRIS BRADY HEDINGER, JR. q :DAQ House Brooklyn, N. Y. +5-93 Idol Clubg Varsity Hockeyg Varsity Lacrosseg junior Prom Committee. SC'7lL'Ilf'V-f1I1'C'f' Seventy-four CODMAN HIsLoP . .b . . 241 P1306 Glen Ridge, N. Y. . 24,5 Monntebanksg Choirg Contributor to the "'IdolAg" Runner-up 'in Edison Essay Contest. WALTER FRED HORSTMAN . . . , 1420 Albany .Sclzenectady N. Y. A PERRY ROMAINE EIOTALING . . CIJEK House V Cooperstown, N. Y. Y ' LPEK5 Mountebanksg Freshman Footballg Frosh Peerade Committee. 1 .. 1 HENRY NIERTON HOWARD, JR. . . - K2 House New Rochelle, N. Y. A K2 5 Glee and Instrumental Clubs Cl, 2, 3Dg Band Cl, 2, 35g Choir 12, 355 Physica1.Societyg Football squad fl, Zjg Track Squad QU. LOUIS DUNLAP HOWVARD . . . CIDFA House Amsterdam, N. Y. . CPFAQ Class Historian Cl, 25. JAMES BROWN HUME, JR .... GONE House Burlington Flats, N. Y. 9NEg Manager of Freshman Cross-Countryg Inter- fraternity Councilg Band Cl, 2, 31 5 Concordiensis Cl, 21 5 Iurisprudentia Cl, 2, 35 g Psychology Clubg Track CU. l SC'7JL'I'l1Lj'-f,l'ZJC Swc11fy-s1,1f 1 1 JOHN STEDMAN IRISH r . . . ACID House Niverffille, N. Y. NIU HKNg Mountebanks CZ, 35 5 Assistant Stage Man- ager Cfijg Glee Club Cl, Zjg Band Cl, 2, 315 Varsity Track Squad Cl, 35g Cross-Country Squad C2Qg Fresh- man Cross-Country Teamg French Club C133 Charles P. ' Steinmetz Honor Ql, 32. RALPH EDWARD ISABELLA . .' ACIDA 'House Sclzenccfady, N.lAY. ACP-55 German Club Cljg Psychology. I, ROBERT DONALD Ives . . . AXA House SCl'L671CCfC1dy, N. Y. AXA, q 4 JOSEPH JACOBS ..., CIJEA I-101159 Azzzsferdam, N. Y. 492135 Debatingg French Clubg Psychology Club. VIGGO CHARLEs jEsPERsEN . . 2508 Campbell Ave. Sclzenecfady, . N. Y. ' Freshman Cross-Countryg American Society of Civil Engineersg Spanish Clubg Track CID. CARL MCFEE JOHNSON . . . 39 Columbia N Cherry Valley, N. Y. ' Band CZ, 335 American Society of Civil Engineers. SU'UU1LflV'SC'Z!C'1Z 11 1 111 111 1 1 1 1 11 31 1-1 111 1 1 1 1 1 11 11 11 1' 1 111 11 11 1 11 11 i1 1 11 1 1 11 ,1 1 11 11 1 1 1 1 11 1 1 1 '1 1 1 1 1 111 1 1 1'11 11 111 11 11 "1 11 1 1'1 11 1 11 1111 11 111 11 1 11 1 1 1 11 1.11 11 1 1 1 1 1 I 1 11 1 1 11' Q 21 1 111 1-1 1 IM? , 1 111 11:1 111 1111 '11l '-11i1 1 1 111 n 1 1 1' 1 11 1 111 111 111 11111 1111 1111 111 1511. 11111 .V-1 1111 11111 111 111 3 1 111 1 1 "1 11 1,1 11 1 '1 1 1.1, 11111 11'11Q11' iI1'1: lj!! 11111 1 L11ii1113! ' 1 1 GEORGE PETER JONES1 . AKD House y Aibany, N. Y. 1 C y Nik Spanish Club g Interfraternity council, Varsity Football Squad C213 Associate Editor of 1931 GARNET. BERNARD ANTHONY JORDAN 1. .1 CIJEK House 111s Re1zsselde1', N. Y. 1 CPZKQ French Club Cljg Baseball 1215 Junior Prom 1 yCOmmitteeg Mountebanksg Psychology Clubg Garnet 1 Goblins, 1 , 1 1 I . 1 ARNOLD WVOLFE KALIN. . . . A111 House Seventy-eight New York City 1 1 3 AGU Idol Club, President Cljg Freshman Footballg Freshman Hockeyg Varsity Hockey fl, 2, 3Dg Varsity, 1 Baseball Cljg Varsity Foo-tball Squad CZ, 31g President Of Junior Classg Ex-Officio Junior Prom Committeeg French Club. 1 1 HAROLD KATZ . e. . 129 vanvfanlfen Ave. . Glens Falls, 'N. Y. A g C. JACOB KAUFMAN . . . 115 Philip St. Ailbalzy, N. Y. w German Club. C FRANK EMSLEY IQERSHAW . . AXA House Holyoke, Mass. i AXAg French Clubg Psychology Clubg Chi Iotag Inter? fraternity Couneilg Featherweight Boxing Champion CZD. i SUYJCILZUI-Ili71'G Eighty SIDNEY LEONARD KCING . . . , ZBT IMIOUSC P01tg11k66f7Sl6,AN. Y. ZBT5 Psychology Clubg German Club. CLARENCE EDWARD KLAPPER . . I AIIN'House Sche1fzccz'ady, N. Y. I I I AIIN5 Psychqlogy Club. HORACE NVEST KNIGHT . . .Q AALIJ -Hlcjuse . N Swwca Falls, N. Y. ' ' ' A AMN Iglol Clubg Km-5 Varsity Swimming cn. STUART VV1-TITE KNOX . . 129 VanVranken Ave. Sprinrgfeld, Nfass. German Club CD5 Treasurer C2, 3ADg Track Squad C113 Soccer Clbg Lacrosse Squad C2D.- ROBERT MARTIN KOCH . . . EX House Schenectady, N. Y. EXQ Freshman Cross-Country Squad 5 Psychology Club. JOSEPH JOHN KONISKX' . . . 258 South St. Rensselaer, N. Y. Varsity Track Squad CID. Eighty-Orze CH ARLES LOUIS KRIHTL . Q . 611 Altamont Ave Schenectady, N. Y. RALPH PAUL LANZARA . . . AGA House Sarczltogcz Sfwmgs, N. Y. A4355 Psychology Club. ' XVILLIAM HUGH LEHMAN . . Xilf Lodffe Bzajjfallo, N. Y. XXII? Interfraternity Councilg Undergraduate Manager of Intramural Athleticsg Vice-President French Club Qljg President Sophomore Classy Freshman Football Teamg Varsity Football Squadg Varsity Track Cl, Zjg Sophomore Soiree Committeeg Choir Cl, 2, 3Dg Spiked Shoe Societyg Associate Editor of Concordiensis. RANDALL ICENNETI-I LEPPER .'K, 946 Francis Ave, SCh6ll6CfGdy, N. Y. Spanish Club C155 American Society of Civil Engi- neers. ' MERRELL ELMER LEWIS . J . . AHN House Jldfiddlebzwgli, N. Y. 1' AHNg Assistant Manager of 1929-301 Handbookg Associate Editor of 1931 GARNET,' Psychology Club. . JXBRAM FRYER LIVINGSTON . . GENE House Ducmesburg, N. Y. Q GNE5 Cheerleader Q1, 213 Psycho-log'y Clubg Soccer Squad CU. Eiglzty-three Eighty-four HAROLD JOSEPH LIVINGSTON . . KN House Brooklyn, N., Y. KNQ Soccer Squad Cljg Freshman Basketball Team, Captaing Varsity Basketball Team Cl, 2, 355 Lacrosse KZ, 3Dg German Clubg Pre-Medical Club CD5 Psy- chology Club. TYLER FREDERICK NTACMASTER . - Q Amhevfst, M ass. 431153 HKNQ Joseph Henry Honor metz Honor. . FREDERICK LEONARD MARsHALL, IR. Harrison, N. Y. Kip Candidate Assistant Manager Society of Civil Engineers. fIJFA House Charles P. Stein- . K2 House Tennis 5 American . l ROBERT CLARENDON MAXON C . iq . ' X111 Lodge Berlin, N. Y. ' V A 1 Xxlfg Athletic Editor of 1931 GARNET,' Basket all q Squad C255 Cheerleader C35g Vice-President German Club C35 3 Lacrosse Squad C35 5 Secretary and Treasurer Psychology Club C35g Track Squad C35. S i ARTHUR LOCKLEY NICENTEE . ' . AMD House Brooklyn, N. Y. ALVIN Idol Clubg Glee Club C15 3 Soccer C155 Lacrosse A Squad Cl, 25 5 Assistant Business Manager Mo-untebanksg 5 "Y" Cabinet C255 French Clubg Silliman Scholarship ' C255 Contributor to the "Idol" C35. LEONARD MICHAEL MCGUIGAN . GDAX House A11z5te1'da1r1, N. Y. QAX 5 Interfraternity Council. l Eighty-five Eighty-six VHINCENT THOMAS MARA . y 18, james. St. Schenectady, N. Y. 'W q CharlesfP. Steinmetz Honor gifVanyOrden Prize C155 French Club C15. A l LEFFERT BERGEN,'r5M4E1iDESZ . A V. , AA111 House A F' '7'B1'i00kly1fLg'N'.5Y.i , A Q A AACIDQ Frenehii Club C255 Associated Editor of 519315 GARNET,'sPhilomathean Society Cul, 2, 355 Concordiensisi V Reporter'qfl5. 1 Q si . 5 . ALAN SMALLEVY MILLER . 4. .5 1. .A iGJNEsHouse Bound Brook, N. f. 1 A 9NEg Associate Editor Concordiensisg Varsity Foot- , ball Squad C253 Christian' Association Cabinet, C353 Hockey Squad Cl, 2, 355 Lacrosse Squad CZ, 35 5' Fresh- man Football Team 5 Associate Editor Handbookg' Assistant to Publicity Bureaug Press Clubg, French Club. ' PETER SCHUYLER MILLER , , A Scotia, N, Y NVALTER Monizss . . . . . A CKE House G1'a1'zfw00d, N, J. y M Q' K-55 American Society of Civil Engineers. CARL JOHN MURPHY . . . QDAQD House A P lizioeniix, N . Y. 1 449' Assistant Business Manager of Co-ncordiensisg Assistant Manager of Tennisg 115 pion CZJg Adelphic Society Q2, Psychology Club. lb. Wrestling Cham- 3Dg German Clubg Eighty-seven ELMOR' HYMAN NATHAN . . CIJEA House Kingston, N. Y. Y 4,245 Spanish Club 5 Adelphicsgi Psychology Clubg Candif date Assistant Manager of Basketballg Spanish Club Play C1,.2j. Q GEORGE JOHN NIGRINY . . 1014 Holland Rd. A Y Y Sclzenectady, N. Y. Y j Y n VVVILLTAM LLOYD.-CTCQNNOR . ,A . Y KE' House I , Schenectady, N.. Y. Y . A .Y 'KES Cross-Counfry Teanii CZ, 35 3 Varsity Freshman Cross-Countifyg Vice-President A.S.C.E..ff i'ie fly , Eighty-eight i , , . , PETER ERVIN PALLO . . . f SAX House . Bridgeport, Conn. 915-X3 French Clubg Swinnning'Team C355 Fencing ' Q2, 3D g. American Society of Civil Engineers. W RALPH LEE PALMER Catskill, N. Y. ZX House 3X5 Baseball Squadg French Clubg Adelphic Debating , Society. XVALTER PANAS . Band llelczzzson, N. Y. il .2 'l ,A ii 4 1, ill si fl -1 , l I 1 l R s i il il '1 gi li Z! 2! si' 'u l 5 Li' 3 ll , it , i 4 is . l Eighty-nine Ninety V PHILIP PARILLO .n . . . ,AfI9A.HOL1SC ' . f Schenectady, N. Y. AM, Bsychoiogy Club. P CAID HENRY PEcK,,.II, l .' . Adv House Lvawfzy, N. Y. i S Nik Glee and Instrumental Clubs Cl, 2, 35-5 Assistant V I Manager C3jg Y.M.C.A. Cabinet C255 Frosh iP.eeracle b Committeeg Vice-President Physical Society,C3Dxg Span- ish ClubgaDe Molay Clubg Radio Club Cl, 2, 31. ' CORTILANDT POEY .... C+DAXi'.House I Fluslzeing, L. I. P N QAXQ spanish Club qi, 2, 355 Iuris Pfudemig qi, 2, P - 35g Lacrosse Squad CD5 Swimming Team fl, 2, 355 , Psychology Clubg Philatelic Club CSD. 3, ,I i , .,,, ,L g i v eit L 1 f W 1 4 , ff 4 9 f i Z i I ima? .X . l f 3 I X 4 f ' sftfgwz JOHN NN ALTER POWVELI. . . . QDAGD House Port Henry, N. Y. me, fm, moi Clubg Adeiphics qi, 2, sig french Y Club CD5 Assistant Manager of Swimming. '- CHARLES XVARREN RAIN . . 1063 University Pl. Sclzenecfady, N. Y. - b Tennis Squadg Spanish Clubg Psychology Club: La'- crosse Squad 612. RAY ANGELO R ANI,:RI ' ' , I"I.Ul1SG lfalznslntwz, N. Y. Nineliv -one N 'inety-two ROBERT W'ooDwoRTH .RENWICK . E112 P1306 Cuba, N. Y. 2455 Mountebanks fl, 2, 35.5 Psychology Club. EDWARD GLEASON REVILLE. . . IIDPA House M'iddZCz'0wiz, N. Y. C' . Mag HKNg varsity BgSeba11.' DONALD PHILLIP ROEHM . . - AHN' House s 2 Sclzmzectady, N. Y. J , l AIINQ Psychology Clubg Chemistry Club. l HARRSF AUGUST Ros1TzKE . . S. S. N. C. Brooklyn, N. Y. A UAEQ TKA5 HFM5 Track Squad C1, 255 Basketball Squad CZ, 35 5 Tennis Squad C255 Concordiensis CZ, 355 Associate Editor C35 5 Associate Editor of the 1931 GAR- NET C35 5 Contributor to the Idol C2, 35 5 Editor-in-Chief of the 1930-31 Handbook C35 5 News Bureau C25 35, Un- dergraduate Director C355 Varsity Debating C355 Can- didate Manager of Interscholastic Debating League C35: Associate Editor of Interscholastic Debating News C35: German Club C1, 2, 35, Vice-President'CZ5, President C355 Philatelic Society Cl, 2, 35, Executive Committee C35 5 Publication Board C35 5 Lewis Henry Morgan Honor Cl, 25. FRANK BERNARD RUOTA . . . A AGPA House Utica, N. Y. A4155 Cosmopolitan Club C35 5 Spanish Club C1, 2, 35 Z Treasurer C35. PIERCE -IOSEPH RYAN . . . 59 Walter St- Albcwzy, N. Y. Nlincfy-!711'c u l Ninez'y-foul' ARTIiU12 C. SALVATORE . C . 1332 State St E Sclzclwctaciy, N. Y. .-V163 Psychology Club. j'oHN ALBERT SANFORD . . . QJEK House 1 Almmont, N. Y. fIfEKg Freshman Debatingg French Club -C225 Student- Assistant in Geologyg Mountebanks C2, 35, Secretary C3Dg Idol Cl, 2, 31. CHARLES GEORGE Sol-IAUTZ . . AY House Rochester, N. Y. N125 0ANg Tiger's Eye, President C215 Freshman Basketballg Soiree Committeeg Associate Editor' of 1929-30 Handbookg Varsity Football Squad C253 Varsity Basketball Squad C2Jg Varsity Tennis Squad Cl, 23. ' l , LEXVIS JAMES SCHOLEFIELD . . North Cglgmqade Beacon, Ng Y. CHARLES CORNELIUS SCHUMACHER . AX House Sclzenectady, N. Y. lXg American Society of Civil Engineers. Leo NNILSON ScoTT . . . Sclzenccfady, N. Y. Psychology Club Cfijg Secretaryi Chemical Society C2, 35g Radio Club Cljg Fencing Clj. 36 Swan St. Ninety-fi7N3 Nillcfy-sz.1' x CLARK POMEROY SEARLE . . . AY HOUSE: , Syracuse, N. Y. V 13Tg 0ANg President C2Dg Tiger's Eyeg Swimming Squad C153 Track Squad CD5 German Club Cl, Zjg Vice-President .Psychology Club C3Dg Literary Editor of 1931 GARNET. WILLIAM JOSEPH SHERTENLIEB . . K2 House Pelliam fWH1107'f, N. Y. KE, I FREDERICK GEORGE SIMS, JR. . . fIJI'A House N ew H cwen, C omfz. fPI'Ag Freshman Football Teamg Varsity Football Squad CZD. , 4 Un ii K 2: nb: . 1 JIM., gm :A A Kkfx SLI' ' fx gli fi, I-fff Q 1:-i,.,g ,I YN' , 5' X31 4, ig.. R.,-5 W 4 fi V' 2 vu, li , 45. fit 1 ,, 14 I . ' i,, J A - . T Y Q 3 Ig . isggifa' f 72.39 lie? '- ' ifxif il - 41 fix - . N ,.- , ,ug if-,A l JOSEPH SLOVAK . . . I . I 136 So. Ferry St. SC1'l67ZCC'fCld3lJ N. Y. ' Instrumental Clubg Glee Club 5' Garnet Goblins. DAVID XWILIQIAM SMITH . . . WY House A Brooklyn, N. Y. 'PTQ Chairman of Junior Prom Committee. PIIILIP SIIERIDAN SMITH . . Dvlanson, N. Y. AIIN5 Psychology Club. MIN Housv Ni1zcfy-sewn Ninety-eight RALPH JAY smug 1' .S . 5 C . . , C' CSKN Hoiise - . iSa1'a1t0Qcl SP7'i1lgS, N. C S 5 V I it KN5'Freshma11 Football Teaihg Frchch ClLib' C155 A Varsity' Football Squad C35 gl Varsity Track Cl, 25ig' 'Spikedq Shoe Society C353 Psychology Clubg Frosh C 'PeeradeCCommittee. f' , I J lRVIiNG V STRVOSBERG . . 5 . S be . S CID2Al1HCQgfgQ 5 C a it C 5 5 oAlbcmy, N. Y. e 5 5 Cao, - fbEAgl' Concordiensis C155 Germanl Clubege HENRY JSOSEDLIS SWANKER I . . . 173 Marne . 5 f Schefzectczcziy, N. Y. 1 ' - S I'ANg Psychology Clubg Chemical Society. g N X N l 3 mx Q. U' VTADDAU-NE . 4' ,1'4 . fl: I ,ACIJA QHousef It A ' I , l it folmstown. N. YQ v v . gl. 9 W QA 'C French Club Qljg Lacrosse SquadfCllj. LEONARD SEAIQN PKV' EQIERRYI. . C EX House' 1 l V A e A B?f00kl3,H! N. y.A g 1 ,bv,A ZXVQeVarsity Baseballg Secretaryt Student Body ' Frosh Peeracle Committeeg Lacrosse CID. A GRAHAM CLARK THOMPSON . . EX House Y. EXg HKNg Adelphic Debating Societyg Concordiensis Ql, Zjg French Club Cljg Press Club Cljg Charles P. SfCl1l11lC'tZflI'IO1lOl' C21 3 Lacrosse Squad QZD. q Glovemfville, N. . , Q 1 l . 'g,-l . 1.1 3l Nflzcry-Jzilzcf 1 1 , . EDYVARD MAX' TRo1sC11T . . .q 40 I-Iaigh Ave. A Sclzenectady, N. Y. A 'N Spanish Club. ' VVAYNE. PEARSE VANVRANKEN . i Rc'.1'f07'd, N. Y. Spanish Clubx CU. A ROBERT SMITH VROOMAN . . BQII House Lcwrhmovzt, N. Y. BGHQ Cfmeofdiensis 41, 2, spg Associate Editor C395 Press Club C2Jg Lacrosse Squad Cl, Zjg French Club CU. l One H'lllldl'Gd 1 55,1 V so LEON BEAUMONT VVARNER . . O 120 Park Pl, Fairport, N. Y. Glee Club Cl, 3D. THOMAS REYNOLDS VVATERMAN . 12 Harrison Ave. Scherzectady, N. Y. 1 lfENNETI-I HOOKER XVATSON . . . CIDFA House Rfichfald Springs, N. Y. 'PTAQ Garnet Goblins Cljg Glee Club Cljg Tennis Squad Clbg German Club Cl, 2, 35g Psychology Club C393 Treasurer Of Freshman Class. One Hu11drr'd One ' 'JACOB WEINSTEIN .... AME House Schenectady, N. Y. I ' AMEQ Concordiensis Cl, Zjg Associate Editor ffijg S Spanish Club Cl, 255 Psychol ,gy Club L ' 'WALLACE PLoss WEISE . . A . QDNE House i A . 4 B1'idgep01'z?, Conn. ' QNE, DeMoliay Club Q Moumebauks. JOSEPH SAMUEL XMESLTMAN . . KN House Schevwcfady, N. Y. KNg Tennis Squad CD5 Psychology Club C3j, One Hmzdred Two JAMES WALTER XNILEY . . . CIJFA House A Sclzienecfadyj N. Y. fP1'135 Secretary Freshman Classg Vice-President of Sophomore Classg Track Squad Cl, ZD. EDXVARD BRANT W1NIERsTEEN V. . KA Lodge.- Schenccfady, N. Y. KAg lclol Club, Treasurer C235 Associate Editorqot GARNE1'g Freshman Footballg Freshman Hockey Squad QM ' Track Squad Clj 3 Varsity Hockey C315 Musical Clubsg News Bureaug Choir. EXRNOLD XVILLIAM XVISE . . . CDEK House . Alba-ny, N. Y. 'Pfllig Assistant Manager of Baseballg Musical Clubsg Band Cl, 2, 39g Librarian of Band C2Dg Philatelic So- ciety CZ, 395 Garnet Goblins C255 Juris Prudentia Cl, 233 French Club C1, ZH. One f'I1l1ICf1'f7Cl Three ELMER HENRY VVISE ' . . . CIJEK House Azbfmy, N. Y, e 'P?3Kg Assistant Manager of VMusical Clubsg Musical Clubs Cl? 2, 3jg Librarian of the Band C2Dg Secretary C3Dg Candidate Assistant Manager of Tennis f2Dg Garnet Goblins f2Dg Philatelic Society CZ, 3jg French ' Clubg Juris Prudentia. M FRANCIS EGBERT WITTER . . . . AX House I Schenectady, N. Y. V . 5X3 Chemical Society. THEODORE MARION W o JCIK . -. North Colomqade One Hundred Four Sehenectcidy, N. Y.. r I 1 GEORGE CHALKER XZACKEL ' . Lyons, N. Y. A i I 7 l l EX House i Exg Secretary of Junior Classg Interfraternity Coun- ii cilg Psychology Club C3Dg German Club Cl, Zjg Y. M, A C. A.g Soccer Squad CD5 Baseball Squad il, 2, 3jg Freshman Basketball. EDWARD ZEGLEN .... Sclzeuectady, N. Y. American Society of Civil Engineers. FREDERICK DOEIQING ZOLLNER . Scotia, N. Y. Y. M. C. A. 765 Eastern Ave. Q 310 Riverside Ave. One PI1fLHd7'L'd Fifve XMILLIAM DENNISON BROOKE . . KA Lodge Englewood, N. J. KA5 Tigei-is Eyeg KBTQ Tennis Squadg Varsity C2, 35 5 Swimming Cl5 3 Hockey C35 3 Soiree Committee C25 5 Class Treasurer C25. ROBER'l' JAMES KEEGAN . . . GENE House Kmdeffhook, N. Y. 9NEg Band Cl, 255 Glee Club Cl, 255 German Club Cl, Z, 35 5 Lacrosse Squad Cl, 2, 35 g 1930 GARNET Boardg Iunior Prom Committeeg Pre-medical Club C255 Candi- date Manager of Interscholastic Debatingg Psychology ciub C35-. JOSEPH ARNIGAARD PADULA . AX House Schevfzectady, N. Y. AXQ Spanish Club Cl, 25g Treasurer C25g Psychology Club C35. C ALONZO PAIGE STR-oNG . . WY House Erie, Pa. XPT5 KBCPQ Idol Clubg Football Squad C2, 35. NVALTER LLEWELLYN VVEBSTER . AACID House One H1md1'ed Six Brooklyn, N. Y. A5435 KBCTQ Tigerls Eyeg Spanish Clubg Soccer Squad C155 Varsity Lacrosse Squad C2, 353 " Union Sootf' 5 w I SUIPIHIUMUINES W 1. A W Nudvq -,.,. ,.v..,.,.i-A,-.5 3,-1-11 -gy.---f W--A --'ff---'W - 'f""""' ' """"x' ' W- ,, Hp-Ln.- -- ,,:,v,,.....--:.,.,Y ---H --V F'- u THE SGPHOMORE CLASS Class of 1932 CLASS QFFICERS XYALTER NICDONNELL P'7'0SIid8IIf FRANK CINELLA VI-C0-PI'CSld0IIf SCHUYLER ADAM s Secrcfary ALFRED BAECHLIN T1-easzwel' VVILLI.-XM SULLIVAN, -IR, Hisforiazz VVALTER MCDONNELL A Presideiit- SGPHOMORE CLASS HISTORY The class of l932 has reason to be proudsof its record. During our Fresh- man year at Union we distinguished ourselves in all college activities. Gur teams completed successful seasons and we were represented on most of the varsity teams during our second semester. XV e returned to Union last fall and soon introduced the incoming Frosh to the old Spanish custom of packing salt. Qur right to carry canes during our Senior year was insured by our victory in the cane rush. ' The athletic record of our class can not be disputed. Our members have gained prominence in every major sportg many minor sport letters and " aUa's " are also in evidence. We are well represented in musical activities and dramatics, as well as in other extra-curricular activities. Now as we are about to become upperclassmen we pledge ourselves to uphold the standards which we have established as underclassmen. As juniors we will assume more responsibility for the carrying on of college activities and it is our privilege to continue to uphold the ideals and traditions of Union College. -Class H1-Sf0I'!.U7I One I-Iwzdrefi Nine Sophomore Class FREDERICK ROLAND ABEL . SCHUYLER ADAMS, ECE FRED FRANK ALBRIGI-IT . . THOMAS MORRIS ALDRICH, COAX . GEORGE il'lENRY ALLEN. . . THOMAS HENRY ANDREWS, TAO . AI.FRED BAECHLIN, K2 . . SAMUEL BAER, CIDEA . . 'ROBERT LYMAN BANFORD, XXI' . CARL GRENNELLE BAUMES, AXA . GORDON BENNETT, IPY . . ALDEN RAEBURN BENSON, QIDFA . CHARLES KENNETH BIEBER EDWARD HENRY BLEWER, ACID GLENN GEARHEART BOBST . LEO FRANCIS BOLAND . . VVILLIAM JOSEPH BOLDUC . . VVILLIAM FEARNLEY BONNELL, KA . FRANK BAKEWELL BOWIE, ECP . HENRY BRADT, AY . . OSCAR HAROLD BRATT . XNYARD VVRIGHT BRVIGGS, KA ERROS DOUGLAS BROOKS, SIPAQD CHARLES GILLIES BROWN . FRED WALTER BRUHN, AY . CARL CLINTON BUDLONG . . DORWIN VVEST BULSON . . . FRANKLIN STEWART BURLEIGI-I, QFA . IRVING BUSH, ACID . . . GEORGE ARTHUR CAMPBELL, K2 . JOSEPH MICHAEL CAPRITTA ENIERY WENDELL CARR, KA . DANIEL HOWELL CARVER . ,. KENNETI-I VVILLIAM CERMAC, fIDFA DOMINICK CERRITO, ACIJA . . DONALD SEARING CHESHIRE, AACIJ FRANK ALBERT CINELLA -. . AflACNlILLAN CLEMENTS, XXII ROBERT STUART COCKS, KA . MYRON COI-IN, ZBT .' . One Hzuzdred Ten . Bayonne, N. . VVatertoWn Schenectady . Gloversville . Niskayuna . . Cambridge . NeWtOn, N. J. . Albany . 'I . Wate1'toWn . Rock City Falls . Hartford, Conn. Schenectady Schenectady . Albany Schenectady . . . Troy North Adams, MaSS. . Des Moines, la. . Rochester - Schenectady . Schenectady . Wilmington, Del. Port Henry . Albany . Kingston Schenectady . Albany . . Troy . Detroit, Mich. . Schenectady . Schenectady Chestnut Hill, Mass. . . N ewburg Schenectady Schenectady Garden City Mechanicville Schenectady Wfellsboro, Pa. A Schenectady STANLEY BIRDSALL COSTALES, BQDII , West Hartford, Colm. CLARK XVINSLOW CRANNELL XVILLIAM ILXLOYSIUS CRAWFORD, JR., QEK JOSEPH CZYZEWSKI . , HARRY BENSON DAVIS, JR., ZBT THOMAS J-OI-IN DELANEY , AXVALTER DEMATTEO . JOHN JAMES DEX'ER, JR, LOUIS MICHAEL DICARLO . THOMAS JULIUS DIETZ, GJAX HERBERT CYRIL DIXON . lRALPH CHANEY DIXON, EX IRVING Nl-ORTON DOLING, ZBT FREDERICK CHARLES DOMMEYER, JR. . CHARLES KENNETH DORN, QDAG JOSEPH COLLINS DRISCOLL . ROSCOE LEWIS DUPEER . JOHN IARUGUSTINE ESPOSITO PHILIP XVILLIAM FAHEY, ACID JOHN HAMILTON FASSETT, APY FREDERICK FEUER, KN . JAMES ERNST PINK . . XVELLER JEPTHA FISHER, JR. JAMES ALEXANDER FOOTE, APY XVILLIAM STEPHENS FOSTER, GJACEJ . HERBIAN NIYNTER FRAZIER . IALLFORD EDWIN FREEDMAN, KN LIENRY ROBERT FROEHLIG, CIJFA LAZARUS LEONARD FRUMKIN HAROLD ROBERT G.ATES, QNE PASCO ANTHONY GERUSO, JR. .ALLAN GEORGE GIFFORD . :ALEXANDER SMITH GILLAN JOHN VVILDER GLASS, K2 . RICIIARD ARTHUR GRAHAM, JR. ALEXANDER GRAY, BCHJII . CSARDNIER PARRY GRIFFITI-I, fIJFA AIAURICE KENNE'fI-I GRUPE NEIL NVASIIINGTON lflALKYARD, XVILLIAM NlAR'l'IN HAM, WY CIIARLES CQRISWOLIJ 'HANK . NEIL 'llANNON, JR. . WAI,'I'I4IIi Vl"lARRIS, 'KN . . XfVII,I,IA,xI RIIJICR IIARRIMAN, JR. . Scotia . Albany Schenectady . New York . Rensselaer Schenectady . Glens Falls Schenectady . Oswego Schenectady East Rochester . Albany Schenectady Schenectady Schenectady . Croghan Mechanicville . Waverley . Elmira ' Schenectady .' Rensselaer Schenectady Port Henry E. Fulton acksonville, Fla. . Albany Schenectady ' Albany . McGraw Mechanicville Schaghticoke . Scotia Ballston Spa . Albany . -Rush . Rernsen Schenectady AND . VVOrcester, Mass. Schenectady . Herkimer Schenectady . Brooklyn ,.X,I, . Charleston, Ill. Ona Hznzdred EIPPCII PHILIP WILLIAM HARTER, AIIN . KENNETH HOWARD HARVEY . JAMES VVEST HAVILAND, KA GEORGE JAMES HAYWARD . SAMUEL EVANS LIEALEY . . MORRIS LEROY HELFAND, CIJEA . JOHN DONALD HERR, EX . . Rensselaer . Glens Falls . Glens Falls Schenectady Schenectady . Lodi, N. J. Watkins Glen D-CADY HERRICK, ZND, AAQ . - E15mCfC VVILLIAM LATHAM HEWITT, AX . Paterson, N- .J- HAROLD OLIVER HICHMAN, KE . . Albany KARL EICHHORN HOPE, EX . . - Afhe11S 'WILLIAM KENNETH HOFFMAN, JR. Clostef, N- l- AUSTEN SEAMAN HOGAN . . Schenectady FREDERICK JAMES H-OLLISTER . Sehelleefady JOHN WILLIAM HORSTMAN, AY . - Jamaica ALLAN MILLER HOSIER, AX . Quaker Street GROVER HOTALING, BCDH . . Schenectady AUSTIN CLARENCE HUMPHREY, KA Warren, Conn. OSCAR LEROY HUNTINGTON, AXA . Amsterdam JOHN IAT-OMASE . . . . Newburg DONALD EVERETT IRWIN . Schenectady JOHN MARTIN JOYNER, AX . Winsted, Conn. MEIRION JOSEPH, QAX . Granville RICHARD PAUL KALIKA . . Albany JOSEPH WILLIAM KEARNEY, AXA Albany J-OHN EDWIN KELLOGG . . - Scotia EDWIN BRANNEN KELLY . . . Amsterdam RICHARD JAMES KIFFNEY, AXA . . Johnstown DONALD JAMES KNOX, CIJAQ Pgughkeepsie EDWIN FRANK KULIKOWSKI . Ansonia, Conn. EUGENE KUTY, AXA . . . f Schenectady HARRY WELLS LANGWORTHY, ACID Glovereville H,AROI.D MONROE LEBELL, 'QEA . , New York ROBERT JOSEPH LEWIS . Seheoeetady MILTON DAVID LIFSET, KN . Schenectady EDWARD RALPH LINK . , , Tfgy HAROLD GREGORY LIPPITT, X111 . Cooperstown SHARRY GORDON MARKLE, AX . Staatsbnfg ALBERT CHARLES MAESS, EX . , Lyons EDWARD LEONARD MARKLE, AXA Schenectady HAROLD TALC-OTT lWAY, AACIJ . . Irvington OLIVER ANTHONY MARTIN . Crognan JOHN ALLAN MCCAGUE, Efb . . i Brooklyn WALTER ARTHUR MCDONNELL, AXA . Baldvvin One Hundred Tzc'c'l'vI SAMUEL DONALD lXdCiKINSTRY, APY EDNVIN JAMES NIEDDEN, BCDII , LYLE HARPER NIEREDITH, BQDII ,, FRANKLIN BECHTEL NIILLHAM, K2 MITCHELL MINDEL . . , VICTOR ERNEST MINOTTI, ACDA . XNILLIAM BREWSTER MINUSE, EX GERALD TH-OMAS MORRELL, AY . THOMAS EDWARD MURRAY .. . BERTRAM ALEXANDER NACHMAN, KN MICHAEL NARDONE . . . EFREM BERNARD NEISULER . . PHILIP HENRX' HYDOSPIS NOERAGER, XVILLIAM BAKER NORRIS, BCDII . JOHN GEORGE O,GRIADX', BQDII ALBERT JACOB QTTESON, AX ALLAN STEELE PECK, JR., ECP JOHN NIYNDERT PARIS, JR. . . MYRON BOTSFORD PALMER, JR., ECP MAXWELL PLOTNIK, AME . . JOHN RUSSELL PURCELL, AXA KENNETEI RABINO, AME . WVILLIAM GREGORY la.-XFFERTY . LESTER HILLEL RAXPPAPORT, ZBT ELMER NIILTON RASMUSSEN OSCAR XV.-XITE REESE . . . THOMAS BENJAMIN RIPTON, Adv MARVIN GEORGE ROBINSON . CHARLES LANVRENCE RAYMOND, CIDFA XVILLIAM JOSE IQODRIGUEZ . . LEONARD LEWIS ROSENTI-IAL, KN EARL FRANCIS ROTI-IEMICH . CHARLES CAMPBELL SAVAGE, AACD CHESTER h'lUNROE SAWTELLE, BID IRVING VAN DYCK SAX, IIDAGJ . JACOB RUDOLPIAI SCI-IAEFER, KE . XVILLTAM JOI-IN SCIIMEELCK, KE . GEORGE SCI-ILEGIZL, 3RD, XXII DAVID li0HliR'I' SCIIOALES, XYI! EDWARD fADOLI" SCIINEIDER JAMES PAUL SCONI-'E'I"I'I, IIPEK . EDWARD FRANK SIEITZ, JR., IDFA . NlURRIS AARON SIIAVIRO, IDEA - IJANIEI, LEWIS SILIHCRKRAUS, AME QJAQD . Philadelphia, Pa. Seneca Falls . Peconic . Scotia . Schenectady . Pittsfield, Mass. . East Setauket . Rockville Center . Albany Schenectady Schenectady . Schenectady . Rancagua, Chile . Albany . Fulton . Schenectady Denver, Colorado . J Broadalbin . Rochester Schenectady Mechanicville Schenectady Albany . Rochester North Troy . Albany Gloversville Amsterdam Schenectady Scotia . . Troy Schenectady . Schenectady Englewood, N. J. . Coxsackie . Arlington, N. Schenectady . . . Brooklyn Cleveland Heights, Ohio Schenectady . Rochester Port Chester . Albany Schenectady Our PI1HI071'L'd TiIiI'ff'C'lI HENRY JAMES SMITH . LEWIS GORDY SMITH . JOHN JOSEPH SNAPP . . . TQICHARD VVJALRATH SPATEHOLTS . HENRY TRACY STAVES . FRANK ALOYSIUSX STEPHENS ROTSERT GARDNER STEVENSON . DOUGLAS MACLEAN STEWART, X111 WILLIAM AUGUSTINE SULLIVAN JOHN ARTHUR SUMNER . . RALPH HfOEFLER SUTHERLAND, AY XVILLIAM SUTIN, KN . . . LORENZO JOHNSON SWAN . JOHN ANDREW SWART . . LAURENCE ROWLAND SWART, B011 JOHN DOUGLAS SWICK, BCD11 . JOSEPH VINCENT TOBACCO, AIIJA . GEORGE V ORCE TAPLIN, 26 . XVILLIAM JAMES TAYLOR, TFA . . FREDERICK SPENCER T EBBUTT, JR., AX . RICHARD PALMER THOMPSON, AY . CIIARLES LANSING PRUYN TOWNSEND, 241 . HAROLD MARSHVILLE TRAVER, A111 . WILSON MCMASTER UNDERWIOOD, EX . RUSTOM VAKIL .... CLERMONT VAN ACKER . . GEORGE E,MMET VIAN WERT, QDAGD ROBflAYNE SOMERS VIGARS . DONALD FOGTE VVALLACE, TAG . ROBERT WALLACE, B011 . . THOMAS INGOLDSBY WHELAN, AY ARTHUR MILTON WELLS, A42 . XVILLIAM HENRY VVHELPLEY, WY . EVERETT CLINTON VVHITAKER EX ! ARTHUR GILBERT WILKINSON, CIJEK WILLIAM DENISON WILLIAMS . . LAWRENCE FREDERICK WITHINGTON, XXII HAROLD AUGUSTUS VVOOD . . . FREDERIC ALLIGER VVYATT, CIJEK . O11-e Hundred Fourteen Schenectady Columbus, Ga. Mechanicville Schenectady Schenectady . Albany Schenectady . Buffalo Scotia . Granville . Rochester Albany Elmira . Hoffmans Schenectady Schenectady . Albany . Rochester . Newburg Pleasantville . Gloversville Albany Albany . Penn Yan Poona, India Green Island Schenectady Schenectady Port Henry Richmond Hill . Auburn . Waverley . Rochester . Penn Yan Grange, Conn. . Scotia Adams Center Schenectady Hemp-stead IFIRIESII-IINIIEN THE FRESHMAN CLASS Q- Class of 1933 CLASS OFFICERS VVILLIAM KILLEEN President IIARDING A. CLARK Vice-Prcsidevzt V NORMAN T. PECK S8C7'8fGf1'3l JOHN J. LYoNs A I T1'easu1'e1' NELSON F. PARKE A H listoricm I WILLIAM IQILLEEN President AFRESHMANI CLASS HISTORY A great event happened at Union College not so long ago. It was the arrival of the Class of 1933, a class three hundred strong, intent upon upholding the fame and traditions of old Union, eager to make for itself a name and reputation that would never be forgotten. lVe have made a splendid start towards accomplishing our purpose. Our football. team had a very successful season, showing promising material for the Varsity next year. VVe were well represented in the tennis matches last fall, the final victory going to the Freshman Class. The call for cross-country met with great response, and a strong team was produced. Qui' basketball team was composed of many capable men, several of whom proved themselves worthy of being on the Varsity squad. We have fared equally well in the other extra- curricular activities. Wfere it not for the' Class of -1933, the musical clubs, Mountebanks, and other undergraduate activities would have found themselves noticeably lacking in talent. I It is with this spirit' that we have come to Union. We are out to win, to take advantage of the splendid opportunities offered by old Union, and not only to uphold, but to increase the fame of our Alma Mater. -Class H7iSf07'lG7Z Our Hrzzfzdrcd Semvztecn Freshman Class HAROLD ACKLEY . HARRY RUDOLPH AJOSA FLOYD BISHOP ALDRICH NIGEL POULTNEY ALTMAN HENRY ANNABLE . . FREDERICK VVILLIAM ARNDS SHERMAN WILLIAMS ATWELL THOMAS SHELDON AUSTIN . WILLIAM MOTT BABCOCK . WILLIAM LANDRETH BAILEY ARCHIBALD WILLIAM BAIRD PHILIP WIETING BANKER . PERCYDRMOND BANKS . DONALD BRUCE BANNERMAN MORRIS BARASH . . GUSTAVE GERARD BARNETT, JR. PETER JOHN BAVISOTTO . GORDON ROY BELL . MARIO BENAQUISTO . . EVERETT DE GRAEP BLISS SHELDON BLOOD . . JOSEPH WALLACE BLOOMFIELD CHARLES BOERNER . . JOSEPH BOLTON . ' . JOHN WICK BONNELL . GEORGE BOYS . . . PARKER NORTHRUP BRIDGES NED BRITTAIN . . . DAVID SAUNDERS BROWN . EDWARD WATSON BUELL STANLEY ERNEST BULOW . WARD HAGEMAN BUMPUS ROBERT FRANCIS BURNS EMANUEL ARTHUR CAHEN . IAN CAMERON . . ERNEST ANDREW CAPELLO . JOHN CASTOR . . VINCENT PETER CATONE GERARD HONORE CAYE OLIVER JOHN CEJKA . One Hundred Eightem . Johnstown New York City . Adams Center . Malden-on-Hudson . Schenectady . Schenectady . Cooperstown . . Albany . 'East Orange, N. J. . Schenectady . Schenectady Johnstown . . Newburgh East Bridgewater, Mass. . . . Albany . Asbury Park . Corning . Rochester . Schenectady . Schenectady . Amsterdam . Schenectady Huguenot . Binghamton . Des Moines, Iowa . Burnt Hills Rochester Downsville Newburgh . Schenectady . Schenectady . Newark . Schenectady . Schenectady Amsterdam . Hollis Albany . . . Jamaica . . A Brooklyn Iron Mountain, Mich. NORMAN CHADBOURNE .' HEBER MILTON CHADDERDON HARRY HENRX' CHOMA . HARDING ALLEN CLARK RODERICK TRIPP CLARKE . HARRY ESMOND CLINTON, JR. ORRIN GIDDINGS COCKS . GEORGE WILLIAM CODMAN . CHARLES COHEN , . . OLIVER COLBURN . DOUGLAS GROFF COLE NELSON PITTS COLLAMER . EVERETT VALENTINE CONNOR GERVASSE JOSEPH CONNOR JOSEPH EARL COOLEY DAVID WILLIAM CORWIN . GEORGE FRANCIS CRAIG LE ROY HENRY CRAIG . NEVILLE BURGOYNE CRAIG DWANE WILSON CRICHTON SIDNEY- BLAIR CROPLEY . HENRY CUMMING . DAVID DARDESS . CLARENCE DAVIES . LINDON LEE DAVIS . ROBERT JAMES DAY .. . EDMUND MARKS DEARSTYNE ROBERT QMAR DECKER . WILLIAM JAMES DELLES, JR. WALTON FALES DEMING . HIRAM NICKENZIE DENTON JOHN ALLEN DIETZ . ROBERT REINHART DIETZ . ANTONIO DI GESERO . . FREDERICK WALTER DILL, JR. . HENRY WITHINGTON DILL, JR. . LA VERNE ALEXANDER DILLENBECK . NICHOLAS DJIMAS A . . CHARLES DONALDSON, JR. . JAMES VICTOR DONALDSON . WILLIAM BREWSTER DONEY JOSEPH' KENNETH DONOHUE LAWRENCE BERNARD DORVAL GEORGE FERDINAND DUNCAN DAVID EFFRON . . . Scotia . Acra . I Huntington . Schenectady Watervliet . . Troy . Wellsboro, Pa. Hoosick Falls . .' Troy . Schenectady Bloomfield, N. J. . Schenectady Schenectady . Mineville Springiield, MaSS. . Highland Starksboro, Vt. Starksboro, Vtf So. Shaftsbury, Vt. . Fairport Summit, N. J. . Catskill Chatham Schenectady Fort Miller Schenectady . ' Albany Stamford Schenectady . Albany Northville Schenectady Schenectady Schenectady Schenectady Schenectady Schenectady . . Albany Eau Claire, WiS. . Elmira Schenectady Amsterdam Adams, MaSS. Schenectady . Poughkeepsie One I'1'lllId'I'f7Cl7 lVl7Il'fL'ClZ GEORGE BENJAMIN EHEMANN WILLIANI THOMAS ELDRED ELMER WILLIAM ELLERHOFF GEORGE FREDERICK EMERSON JULIUS EMSPAK . . . JOHN JOSEPH CHESTER ENGLISH RAYMOND THOMAS ENGLISH CHARLES FRANCIS FARRELLY JAMES PETER FAULISI . ALEXANDER PATRICK FERNANDEZ THOMAS PATRICK FINEGAN MELVILLE FISHER . STANLEY GEORGE FISHER . RICHARD COGWIN. FORBES . WILLIAM FRASER . . BERNARD ROYAL FREEMAN JOHN PAUL GALABA . . JOHN CRANE GARDINER, JR. CARLTON DE 'VILLE GAPDINIER FRANCIS DERMOTT GELSLEICHTER WILLIAM TINDALL GEORGE GLENN JOHNSON GIBSON CURTENIUS GILLETTE, JR. . CARMELO JOSEPH GIRGENTI RAYMOND GIRVIN . . EDWARD RAYMOND GRAMM JOHN WEBSTER GRANT . STANLEY HOLLAND GRAVES FERDINAND LYMAN GREENE HICKS GEORGE GRIFFTHS . HAYWARD GRANGER HALSEY HAROLD TORGER HANSEN . GEORGE FRANCIS HARRIS . GEORGE THOMAS HEFFERNIXN ALLEN WALTER HENDERSON MARVIN WOOD HETER . FRANK HIGGINS . DANIEL THEODORE HILL LAWRENCE LANIER HILL HOWARD MINARD HILLS WALTER DONALD HILLS . CHARLES EDWARD HOADLEY GILBERT HOLLERAN . . LEWIS IRVING HORWITZ JULIUS HUMMER . One Hunldrcd Twenty Saratoga Springs . Delanson Schenectady . Scotia Schenectady , . Albany . Saranac Lake . Albany . . Corning Havana, Cuba . Brooklyn . Albany . Bedford Hills . Elmira Schenectady Burtonsville . Schenectady Springield, Mass. . Rochester Schenectady Lake Placid . . Dundee NeW York City No. Adams, Mass. . Schenectady . . Albany Rutherford, N. J. . .S Buffalo Schenectady . Amsterdam . Bronxville Cranford, N. J. . Schenectady Amsterdam Northville . Scotia . Schenectady Rotterdam Junction . Schenectady . Schenectady . Schenectady Englewood, N. J. . CrestWood Schenectady Schenectady EDWARD MARTIN HUTTON ARTHUR IVERSON . . SCHUYLER JENKINS . . OSWALD HILDING JOHNSON ALTON STORER JOHNSTON . RUSSELL GORDON JONES . JOHN PETER JUDGE , . SANFORD KANZER . PETER TRIFON KAPSALIUS TRVING AARON KATZ 'THOMAS MICHAEL KELLY . EDWARD ADAM KERN . WILLIAM 'ROGER KILLEEN . JAMES GRANT KING, JR. . WALLACE BURROVVS KINGSBURY WILLIAM KIRBY . . THEODORE KLING . . WILLIAM BRUCE KNODERER ALFRED' CARPENTER KRONK, JR. WILLIAAM RUSSELL LA FLURE, JR. ELLIS LAVERY . . . JAMES 'FULLER LAWSING, JR. EDWARD RUDOLPH LENDER . DOUGLAS ROBERT LIBBY . WILLIAM HARRY LILLYWHITE HORTON 'EUGENE LINDSLEY EVERETT LONGDYKE . . JESSE LOSKOWITZ . . CHARLES HENRY LUEDEMANN DONALD LUSK . . . JOHN LYNCH, JR. . . JOHN JOSEPH ALOYSIUS LYONS WALTER JOSEPH LYONS . HAROLD MAC GOWAN WILLIAM JOHN MACIAG JAMES EMMETT MALONE . WILLIAM MCCARROLL MARK HOWARD EDWARD MARX . EDWARD BOOTH MATES FRANK CLAY MAXON, JR. . WILLIAM JAMES MAY, JR. . GEORGE EMERSON MAYO . RAYMOND THOMAS MCAVOY MARVIN THOMAS MCCLURE ROBERT BOYCE MCINTOSH . . Troy . Schenectady . Schenectady Hartford, Conn. . Binghamton . Orleans . Plattsburgh . " Albany . Troy . Albany . . Rexfordl . Schenectady . Schenectady Bloomfield, N. J. . Morrisville . Omaha, Neb. Poughkeepsie Fairfield, Conn. . Port Jervis . Chestertown . Schenectady Upper Darby, Pa. Bloomfield, N. J. . . Schenectady . Southampton White Sulphur Springs A . . Schenectady . Brooklyn Englewood, N. J. . . Scotia . OsWego . Albany . Troy Schenectady . Rome Gloyersyille NeW York City Schenectady Schenectady . Chatham Schenectady Rochester . Albany Coxsackie Tenafly, N. J. One Hznzrlred TZUCIlf3'-OILC JOHN THOMAS MCLEAN GERALD MELOFSICY . JESSE MENDELSOHN FRIEND JAY MILLER . . . NATHANIEL ALEXANDER MILLER JOHN CURTIS MILLS .... ASHMORE LAWSON LIVINGSTON MITCHELI, ROBERT HENRY MOORE . . . FRANK WALLACE MORRIS . PHILIP MORRIS . ROBERT EMSLIE MURRAY . MELVIN BERNHARD MYERS . MORTINIER LIVINGSTON NAGEL, JR. DONALD EDWARD NITCHMAN . WALTER SWINDELL -NUCKOLS JOSEPH ANTHONY O'CoNNoR JOSEPH SAMSON OLENDER . HAROLD NORMAN ORFALL . VERNE LESLIE GSTERHOUDT ALEXANDER PALADIN . FRANK PALMER . . . WILLIAM PACKARD PALMER NELSON FREMONT PARKE . DAVID JILLSON PARKER JOHN WILLIAM PARKER . RALPH CHANDLER PARKER, JR. THOMAS HALL PARKER . WILLIAM EWING PARRY NORMAN TERRY PECK JEDDIE DUDLEY PELHAM . DOMINIC DONALD PELLICIARI GTHNEIL ALSOP PENDLETON, JR. . HENRY ANTHONY PIATKOWSK1 ALEXANDER ROSS PIPER . KENNITH WILLIAM POLLOCK CHARLES FREDERICK POTTER JOHN RAYMOND POWLEY . CLARK PRATHER . EDWIN JOSEPH PULASKI . MARSHALL WILLIAM QUANDT JOHN SIMPSON REEDER . PAUL REGNIER . . SANFORD DAVID REITER . JOSEPH ANTHONY REITFORT JAY WILLIAM RICKARD One Hufzdred 7-ZU6Ilffjl-f'ZUO . Albany Schenectady Schenectady . Elmira Schenectady Tampa, Fla. CrestWOOd . . Albany Bergeniield, N. J. . Schenectady Schenectady Watertown . Medina Schenectady . Albany Schenectady Amsterdam . BaldWin ' Scotia . Albany . Schene ctady Maplewood, N. J. . Binghamton Worcester, Mass. . Rochester Washington, D. C. . Saranac Lake - . Elmira . Waverly Scotia . . Albany Wfashington, D. C. . . Yonkers Brooklyn Schenectady Glens Falls . Schenectady . Watertoyvn Mt. Carmel, Pa. . Waterford Montclair, N. J. . Schenectady . Albany Schenectady Schenectady WALLACE EDGAR ROONEY . SIMON ROSENSTOCK . . GEORGE ARTHUR ROWBOTHAM DONALD EDWARD ROWLANDS HENRY KARL RUSCHMEYER JOHN BARRETT RUSSELL . . DANIEL LAZAREWITSCH RUTENBERG ERBINO REMUS SABATINI . . JOSEPH SAIDEL . . FRANK FOULKE SANFORD . . FREDERICK WILLIAM VALENTINE SCHADT ARTHUR SCHILLER . . . ABRAHAM ISAAC SCHNIPBLSKY WELD DAY SCHOONMAKER . CHARLES DONALD SCHUMAN KARL FREDERICK SCHWENGER . CHARLES FREDERICK SCHWENKER CHARLES MINER SCRAFFORD . JOHN CARL SEDDON . . 'DANIEL CORNELIUS SHEEHAN GEORGE NORMAN SHERIDAN JAMES FRANCIS SHERIN . . PETER JOSEPH CAHILL SI-IERWOOD WILLIAM LUTHER SHIMER. . . EDWARD WILLIAM SHIRKEY CHARLES MARTIN SINGLE . GEORGE EARL SMITH, JR. . HERBERT WILLIAM SMITH, JR. THOMAS WATSON SMITH . REUBEN SORKIN . WILLIAM HENRY SPENCER SIBLEY DRAPER' SQUIRE, ROBERT STANSEL . ALDEN OLIVER STANTON . ROBERT GARDNER STEPHENSON . RUDOLPH WILLIAM STROBEL EDWARD FRANCIS SULLIVAN JOHN KING SULLIVAN WILLIAM SULLIVAN . MARCEL JACQUES SUTER DEAN ALVIN TEELE . RICHARD COMSTOCK TEFFT WALTER ARTHUR THURBER EGON JOHN TOMAN . Plattsburg . Albany Schenectady Poultney, Vt. . Jamaica Dos Moines, IoWa . Brooklyn . Schenectady Bolton Landing Rochester Jeffersonville Schenectady Brooklyn . Ware, Mass. Briarcliff Manor Springiield, Mass. . Schenectady . Berne Schenectady Sag Harbor . . Albany Hoosick Falls . Nutley, N. J. Schenectady Schenectady Schenectady . Schenectady NeW York City . , Schenectady Syracuse Rochester Hartford, Conn. . Schenectady Brooklyn Schenectady Erie, Pa. , Tarrytown Pittsfield, Mass. , . Scotia NeW York City . Schenectady , NeW Berlin East Worcester Santiago, Cuba One Huzzdrcd Twezzfy- flwce WILLIAM LEWIS TOMPKINS, JR. ADAM TYBURSKI . . KENNETH VAN CAMPEN . . . AUSTIN FAYETTE TOWNSEND VAN ZILE THOMAS JOSEPH WADE . STEWART CLYDE WAGONER . BENJAMIN MAC KAY WALKER DONALD CHARLES WALKER . HARLAN FRANKEN WALKER REGINALD JAMES WALRATH HOWARD JAY WANDER . HAROLD DANIEL WARD HOLBERT WATSON . GEORGE WEBB . . JOHN EDWARD -WEBER . FREDERICK CHARLES WESTON RICHARD HUTCHINS WHELPLEY THOMAS HERBERT WIGHT, JR. ROBERT HOFFMAN WILEY . ' CHARLES ERNEST WILLIAMS, JR JOHN BRANT WINTERSTEEN HAROLD AUGUSTUS WOOD . ARTHUR SOPER WOODWARD JAMES COURTNEY YOUNG . KENNETH HARRY ZEH EUGENE JOSEPH ZIELINSKIN . In Memoriam MARTIN H. BURNS Class of 1933 DIED November 13, 1929.- Olze IfZHZClll'l'CZl Ticfmzfy-fozll' Madison, N. J. Schenectady Schenectady Schenectady Schenectady Schenectady Schenectady . Watervliet NeW Baltimore Bloomfleld, N. J. . . Albany Schenectady Ossining Schenectady . Schenectady Bridgeport, Conn. . Rochester Westfield, N. J. . . Albany Schenectady . Schenectady Washingtonyille VVarrensburg . Albany . Albany Schenectady X X QF! X X ' X V l ., w ' ' X ' ' . - Xin 'Q ' f ' 'f7??f M --fqf. '-' KA Q K ' fl J xi f 1 aw 1 1' ,g X .XX fl QQ ff X K N 1 .. 'S X51-' X il- a - XIX -H' H V lFlRA'll'IElRNll'FUIlES , I vm , V I 1, i a N 1- sniff ,i Ml lip '4 '2 5? U 31.93 iilv l!'s'. Vflfjf ffwl fiiwltj H6491 ms l,f"14y :iefw ' Ml' ' I 2 ' , ,Q ,IN s V l iii 1 FN 1' 41, E1 2. I QV 1 rf z if 1 '1 1 af, Q !2' ? K xv 1 ,,.,. 1 r, , . , fa 5 'E ' E xy 5 l' 'W 5 5 "1 :S if il xr, ' ,, , qw 43: ' xi! .- slr ,M I , , I ,yi Y 1-:v ,f ,, Lvl' , KVI' . I N N 1, , ,' I ' 1 I w 9 H lx! E yl p ril NW: 1121 N v I' i,w 1 Jw' 1, I +x V' .' 4, . . N Y Union, the Mother of Fraternities Union was one of A111C1'lC3,S pioneer Colleges, and it was also a pioneer in the assertion and practical application of many principles of education which a hundred years ago were regarded as radical, but which today are looked upon as integral parts of our system of collegiate education. Aside from this, however, there is still another feature of the College-world today to which Union gave shelter and sanction while other institutions looked askance. The Greek letter fraternity is today not only accepted but welcomed by most College authorities. and it was at Union that the first fraternities found a place to develop away from the persecution of those who believed that any organization which met in secret was destructive to the higher aims of education. How great an aid the fraternity can be to the student's mental, moral and physical development has been proven because of the independent and progressive spirit of Union College in 1825. A Much of the history of College discipline before the Civil VVar can be traced to efforts to suppress the fraternity. Religious and political feeling had been aroused against secret societies. Union was the only exception to this policy of suppression. Rather than give up their fraternity allegiance, great numbers of students left their own Colleges to come to Union. Many of these men later became famous in all sorts of work. Despite: all opposition, however, the Union fraternities began to establish chapters in other Colleges. Fraternities were founded in other Colleges and, gradually, the beneficial influence of the fraternity began to be appreciated. Today the fraternity system has spread throughout the country and even to other countries, but it still remains a distinctive feature of the College which gave it birth. One Hzmdrrd Twenty-five One Huzzdred Twezzaty-six Kappa Alpha Fozmded at Union College, 1825 Active Chapters-8' 4 Alpha of New York of Kappa Alpha Established 1825 FRATRESIN'FACULTATE . JXNTHONY DE HOTHLEGH HOADLEY LEONARD CHESTER SMITH EDWARD S. C. SMITH FRATRBS IN UNIVERSITATB 1930 Robert Williaiii Bascom Richard Lane Chase Wfilliam Grlando Chase 1931 3 VVilliam D. Brooke Edward Brandt Wiiitersteen 1932 T W'illia1n F. Bonnell Robert Stuart Cocks XlVard VVright Briggs james West Haviland Emery Weiidell Carr Austin C. Humphrey 1933 G. G. Barnett, Jr. john W. Bonnell Orrin G. Cocks, jr. Sidney B. Cropley Stanley H. Graves Schuyler D. Jenkins james F. Lawsing, Ir Robert B. McIntosh Alden G. Stanton Frederick Cf 'Weston John B. VVintersteen One Hundrcci Twenty seven Sigma Phi Fofzmded at Union College, 1827 Active Clzapfers-10 One H1md1'.2d Twenty-e iglzt l Alpha of New York of Sigma Phi , Established 1827 , FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE . 1930 A John Summerhayes Beale Spotswood VVellforcl Corbin A Thomas Somervell Bowie Robert Bogardus Parker, Jr. 1931 Paul Munger Cantwell John Allan McCague Codman Hislop Robert VVoodworth Renwick 19321 , Schuyler Adams Allen Steele Peck, jr. F rank Bakewell Bowie 1 Chester Munroe Sawtelle Myron Botsiord Palmer, Jr. George Vorce Taplin 1 Charles Lansing Pruyn Townsend 1933 Curtenius Gillette, Ir. Ralph C. Parker, jr. Charles E. Hoaclley Clark Prather Ashmore L. Mitchell Herbert W. Smith, jr. One Hzmdrcd T-wcnflv 111110 X 1 1 1 I L i 1 1 1 1 1 E 1 1 1 '1 i 1 31 1 I 5 ,E E 1 l ffl 1 1,1 I 1 1l A 1 4 1 One Hundred Thirty Delta Phi Founded at Unioafz College, 1827 Actzfzfe Clzajaters-15 Alpha Chapter of Delta Phi Established 1827 FRATER IN FACULTATE ARTHUR HOWARD ABELL, A.B. FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE john West-all Borden, I joseph Bishop Cady Ronald Cecil Dixon John Dayton Hitchcock Douglas Sloan Cameron Edward Prime Poster John Stedman Irish Edward H. Blewer Irving T. Bush Philip William Fahey Philip W. Banker Richard C. Forbes Edward M. Hutton VV. Harry Lillywhite 1930 . , Shepard VVoodward Leigh Arthur Edwin McCormick NVilbur Johnson Nichols ' Walter Dimont Rector Ronald Hayes Smith 1931 George Peter jones Arnold Wolfe Kahn Caid Harry Peck, H 1932 Harry Wells Langworthy, Jr. , Thomas Benjamin Ripton Harold Marshville Traver Arthur Milton Wells 1933 Prank C. Maxon john C. Mills Norman Peck Charles E. Potter Harold VVard One H1L1l'dI'6d Thirty-one One Hundred Tlzirty-two Psi Upsilon Founded at Union College, 1833 Active Cl1apte1's-27 Theta of Psi Upsilon Established 1833 ' FRATRES IN FACULTATE JAMES BREWSTER GARRETT MARCELLUS I FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE ' 1930 ' Kingsbury Dyke Leland john Heath ' Henry Rothmann 1931 James Dean Allen Albert T. Griffin Gordon H. Bennett john Hamilton Fassett james A. Foote Gordon R. Bell Hayward G. Halsey Lawrence S. Hill David J. Parker 1932 1933 David W. Smith Alonzo Paige Strong Vlfilliam H. Ham Samuel D. McKinstry Williaiiu H. Whelpley Alexander R. Piper Sibley D. Squire Richard H. Whelpley J. S. Reeder CLOWE Ozzie Hzmdrcd Thirfg flzlee One Hundred Tlznirty-four Delta Upsilon Founded at WiZlia11nL.9, 1834 Active Chapters-55 Union Chapter ofDelta Upsilon Established 1838 FRATERITJFACULTATE , THOMAS A. NVILSON ERATRES IN UNIVERSITATE E , . . 1930 Edward Scott Finegan , Everett Meehan Rice Theodore Spivey Oppenheim VVilbur Sommerfield Roberts, -Ir. Henry Benjamin Roth 1931 Louis George Bruhn john Theodore Groet Ralph Henry Fisher Charles George Schautz Clarke Pomeroy Searle V ' 1932 ' Henry Bradt Martin Maurer, jr. Fred VV-alter Bruhn Gerald Thomas Morrell John Williaiii Horstmann Ralph Hoefler Sutherland Walter Eorfar Jennings Richard Palmer Thompson Thomas Ingoldsby VVhelan P 1933 Ernest Capelle Thomas P. Einegan Carleton Gardinier 1 john Grant Allen W1 alter Henderson Gilbert Holleran Alton S. Johnson l!Villiam Killeen john McLean C. Donald Schuman Edward Sullivan VV' alter A. Thurber One Htzazdmd T'1Il'1'fj'-fl7JL' One H zmdred Thirty-six Chi Psi Fozmded at Union C0llege, 1841 Aciizfe Chapters--25 Alpha Pi of Chi Psi Established 1841 FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE 1930 Richard Elliott Draper Granville Hills Roger Elwyn Griffith Charles Howard Kendall Morton joseph Henafelt Wfilliam. Talbot McEwan Elswood Smart Hill VV alter Ghoring Ryon Andrew R. Smith ' 1931 Robert Murdock Atwell Williana Hugh Lehman I Robert Clarendon Maxon 1932 Robert Lyman Banford George Schlegel, HI MacMillan Clements David Robert Schoales Williaiii Ryder Harryman Douglas MacLean Stewart Harold Gregory Lippitt Lawrence Frederick 'Withington ' 1933 A Sherman Atwell Joseph Alden Bolton Edmund M. Dearstyne John F. Dearstyne VVilliam Bruce Knoderer Mortimer Nagel Nelson Parke john Barrett Russell Frank F. Sanford james Courtney Young One Hmzdred Thirigi-seven One Hmzdred Tlzirfy-eiglzi Theta Delta Chi Fozmded at Union College, 1847 I Active Chczpfers-30 Alpha Charge of Theta Delta Chl Established 1847 FRATRES IN FACULTATE . x ROBERT NN. CROWELL NIORTON C. STEVVART DWIGHT VAN AVERY FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE Eugene F. Conant Hugh G. Dick Gordon B. Mosher Harvey S. Dntcher Peter McGuigan Thomas M. Aldrich Sheldon D. Blood Ned Brittain 1930 1931 1932 1933 Edwin Mulbury J. Gordon Rankin Clydej. Wfinter Peter E. Pallo Cortlandt Poey Thomas Dietz Wlalton Deming John Lynch One Hmzdacd fllllfl zz ze One Hmzdrvd Forty Alpha Delta Phi Founded at I-Iamilfon, 1832 Active Chapters-28 l 3 5 . L Union Chapter of Alpha Delta Phi Established 1859 FRATRES IN FACULTATF. EDWARD EVERETT HALL, JR. CHARLES N. WALDRON ' EDWARD L1NUs CARROLL FRATRES IFN UNIVERSITATVE John Cole Crary Frank Milton Knight Franklyn Sherwood Alexander Frank Bailey, Jr. Horace West Knight Donald Searing Cheshire David Ferguson Neil Washington Halkyard Thomas S. Austin William M. Babcock ' Harding A. Clark John C. Gardiner Mark McC'rillis West Hathaway B. Mendes Lockley McEntee Llewellyn Webster, Jr. D-Cady Herrick, H Harold Talcott May 1930 Charles Samuel 1931 Leffert Arthur VV alter 1932 Charles 1933 Campbell Savage VVilliam M. Mark VV' alter S. N uckols Wfillard P. Palmer Weld D. Schoonmaker Karl F. Schwenger One Hizzzdrcd Forty-one Theta Nu Epsilon Founded at WOS165'U'll, IJ71IT'Z'Cl'SI.fj'f, 1870 Active Clzapzfers-14 One Hundred Forty-two G Gamma of Theta Nu Epsilon Establzshed 1874 FRA IRES IN UNIVLRSITATE ohn Aubustus Dav1s ay Thomas Dunlgan Henry Frankhn Kreckman Merle G Atkms Walter G Barrd Anthony Bertram Cheer john Clarkeson F1eder1ck W Arnds Lyerett V Connor Wllllam T Lldrecl Ldward Knby 1930 193 Lynwood Tower Stodden Seeber Cameron Tarbell Roscoe C XfV1ll18.H1S james Brown Hume J Robert I Keebwn Alnam F Lrxmgston Alan S M1ller Wallace P XVPISC 1932 Harold R Gates 1933 Llhs Lavery Ldwald R Lender Geo1be A Rowbatham Robert Stansel One Ilmzdzed Fontg fluee 7 4 J 0- ' A . , f. Q V Q Oc . . 7. C 1 V .1 . 1 ' H ' 4 v 41 ' , ' . . 4 -or . -1 '- l ., , , ,- - One Hulzdrm' Forty-fozzl Beta Theta Pi Founded at 1Wia11zi, 1839 Active Chafvters-86 Nu of Beta Theta Pi Esz5.abl1'.9hed 1881 A FRATER IN FACULTATE EDWARD ELLERY FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE Harvey Porter Hall Nelson Wallace Nitchman Charles Jenkins Bartlett Francis Edgar Clifford Stanley Birdsal Costales Alexander Gray Grover Eton Hotaling Edwin James Medden Lyle Harper Meredith VVilliam Landreth Bailey Nelson Pittes Collamer Duane Wilso11 Crighton Williain Tindall George Qswald Hilding Johnson 1930 1931 1932 1933 Ralston Braidwood Reid VV alter Ashton Swick Horace lVlcNiel Hagar Robert-Smith Vrooinan Wfilliain Baker Norris john George O,Grady Lawrence Roland Swart John Douglas Swick Robert VVallace Donald Edward Nitclnnan George Norman Sheridan John King Sullivan Marcel Jaques Suter Robert Hoffman Wfiley Om' I-fuizdwfd F0113 fue One Hundred Forty-six Phi Delta Theta Founded at .Miami Unifversity, 1848 Active Chapters-97 If ' 4 New York Beta of Phi Delta Theta Established 1883 FRATER IN FACULTATE I JOHN HAROLD VVITTNER I FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE 1930 Wllllam Hayes DeRouv1l1e George Gordon Kmbht 93 Walter Henry Beers R1chard Edward Cummmgs Ph1ll1p James Enghsh 1932 Thomas Henry Andrews Percy Ormond Banks Glenn Gearheart Bobst Erros Douglas Brooks Charles Kenneth Dorn Donald Foote 1933 I W Bloomfield H Caye W Codman C Colburn W Corwln W Dlll Cornehus Andrew Ryan Ira Charles Werle John Harr1s Brady Hedmger Carl John Murphy john Walter Powell VV1ll1am Stephens Foster Foster McM1llen Phllllp Henry Noerager Irvmg Van Dyck Sax Georbe Emmet Van Wert Wallace I C Engllsh R T Enghsh F S H1gg1HS I P udge H T Parker W L Tompkms C E VV1ll12lI'1lS I One Handled F01 tg seven . . . y . ,Jn 1 1 3 . . , Jr. . . , Jr. G. . . . ' O. . . . I D. . ' '. . Phi Sigma Kappa Founded at lllassaclzusetts Ag1'icuItm'a'Z College, 1873 Active Chajvzfers-51 One I-Imzdred F01'fy-eight 'X'-' Schenectady Beta of Phi Sigma Kappa t Efmbzmled 1888 A A FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE Herbert Eugene Armstrong Robert Leonard Carson N F Bened1ct james Henry Flynn Peter Thomas Garden Perry Romame Hotalmg W1ll1am AlOyS1US Crawford James Paul Sconfett1 H M Chadderdon J I A Lyons F W MOlTl9 H A Orfall 1930 VV1ll1am A Foster ason George Stranahan 931 Bernard Anthony jordan John Albert Sanford Arnold W1ll1am W1se Elmer Henry W1se 1932 Arthur G VV1lkmson I reder1ck All1b6f Wyatt 1933 A Pendelton E Rowlands M Scrafford Sherwood T H VV1ght One Handled F0113 maze I 1 G A E H ' . . o. . y . , , e .D. . l . . PJ. One I-I1md1'ed Piffli' Phi Gamma Delta Founded at fejjferson, 1848 Active Chajptefs-70 YQ Chi of Phi Gamma Delta Established 1893 FRATRES IN FACULTATE HAROLD ANSON BRUCE AUGUSTUS H. FOX f JAMES ALISTER CAMERON ' RAYMOND MORSE HERRICK DANIEL RICHARD WEEKS . ERATRES IN UNIVERSITATE 1930 Richard M. Baird Roger W. Hogg Henry C. Gates Willard C. Knight William R. Gilgore VVi1liam V. Light g Kenneth W. Richards 1931 1 James S. Forbes Tyler F. MacMaster Gardner P. Griffith Edward G. Reville james Hane A Frederick G. Sims, jr. james W. Wfiley 1932 R. A. Benson Franklin S. Burleigh Kenneth VV. Cermak H. 1. Ackley E. Bliss P. N. Bridges J. V. Donaldson L. Raymond Gillam VV. Rice Edward F. Seitz, jr. William Taylor J 1933 1. L. Cameron G. F.. Mayo F. J. Miller J. NV. Parker One Uzuzdrcd Fifty-one One Hmzdred Fiffy-two PM Sigma Delta Ifozmded at Columbia Umwafsify, 1909 Active Chapters-20 r 1 l .. 4,-.-I-.f.4., x Epsilon of Phi Sigma Delta I Robert iMargo1iu Joseph Jacobs Samuel Baer Morris Helfand David Effron Louis Horwitz Sanford Kanzer Established 1914 FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE 1930 5 Nathaniel Mendelson 1931 S . Elinor Nathan Orving Strosberg 1932 Lazarus Frumkin Morris Shapiro Harold LeBe11 1933 ' Philip Morris Me1vin Myers 1 Sanford Reiter Reuben Sorkin One I-Imzdred Fifty-flzree One Hnnadrod Fifty-four Lambda Chi Alpha Fonnded at Boston, U niversity, 1909 Active Chapteafs-77 Rho Zeta of Lambda Chi Alpha Established 1915 FRATRES IN FACULTATE FREDERICK WARREN GROVER IRWIN STOLL'NEWBERRY LEON WILSON GODSHALL I. F. OLIPHANT B. W. jones Waino Mathias Kolehmainen Robert Donald Ives C. I. Baumes A. Gillan A. Hogan Edward Buell H. Choma FRATRES F. B. STEVENS 1930 IN UNIVERSITATE, A Robert Benjamin McDonnell D. J. VanKeuren 1931 Raymond George Smith Frank Emsley Kershaw 1932 L. Huntington I. W. Kearney R. I. Kiffney E. Kuty 1933 H. T. Hansen VV. LaFlure C. H. Luedemann E. L. Markle VV. A. McDonnell John Purcell R. Strobel W. Sullivan Our' H1LlIdl'0d Fifty-fi'v0 Kappa igma Founded at the Unive1'sz'fy of l7i1'g imfa, 1869 Active Clzaptefx-108 One Hmzdred Fifty-six 3 Delta Tau of Kappa Sigma H Establisfwd 1929 ' ' FRATER IN FACULTATE A A H HENRY A. SCHAUFFLER ' ' FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE 1930 Robert Ollver Bullard XN1ll13.1'1'1 joseph Rothemlch John Lewls Ostrander LOUIS Judson Wr1gl1ter 931 Ph1l11p Holmes Dewey Henry Merton Howard james Leland Gage F reder1ck Leonard Marshall I Harold Ohver H1eh1nan VValter Oscar Modess Wrllram oseph Shertenheb 1932 Alfred C Baeehhn r john W1lbu1 Glass G LX Campbell Frankhn Bechtel Mdlham C3,ff1e1' YX SCl'1111CClClx 1933 G C013 R Schaefer Earl ROlhCH11Cl1 Egon Tonlan R I Walratli I G1bson Heter K K Kmg jr One HZL1Zd7Gd Fzfty seam 1 , .. A 7 I ,Jr- ' ' , r. .. IN . .. ' ,J- W . l l Q J. - lf. , D. . l . ' G. . ' ' M. Kappa Nu Founded at Univfersfity of Rochester, 1911 Active Chapters-18 One Hundred Fifty-eight Iota of Kappa Nu Established 1017 FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE 1930 lXathan Arthur Cohen W1l11am V1etor Lwmgston Leonard F1eed1nan Wacl1tel 93 Edward Byron Cohen Davld Fletcher Gold Saul Burton Harr1s 1932 Fredenclx Samuel Feuer Alford Edwm Freedman VValter Henry Harrls W1ll13H1 Carl 1933 Morr1s Barash lVIelv1lle F1Sl'lCI' lrvmb Katz Harold joseph Lrvmgston Ralph Jay Stark Joseph Samuel Weltman 1X!l1ltO1'1 Dav1d L1fSCt Bertram Alexander Nachman Leonard LCWIS Rosenthal Sutrn Jesse Loskovmtz Joseph Olender Joseph Saldel One .PIlHlU7l8d Fifty mm' 1 1 Om? Hmzdrcd Sfxfy Sigma Chi Founded at Zlliami U 1fLive1'sity, 1855 Active Chapters-'89 Q Gamma Zeta of Sigma Chi Established 1923 FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE George Boys Edward D. Diekerman Andrew T. Henderson Ralph A. Holmgren J. W'ilson Cumming Robert M. Koch Ralph L. Palmer Ralph C. Dixon I. Donald Herr Karl T. Hoff Albert C. Maess H. C. Cumming Elmer Ellerhoff Stanley Fisher Alfred Kronlc 1930 1931 1932 1933 Carl E. Kinum Theodore R. Mcllwaine james E. Personius VV. Lester Terry Leonard S. Terry Graham C. Thompson George C. Yaclqel Vxfilliam B. Minuse Henry Staves Wfilson M. Underwood Everett C. VVhitaker H Marvin McClure Erving W. Parry Luther Shimer George C. Wfebb One Ilznzdz 1' SMH 41110 One Hundred Si.vz'y-two Alpha Phi Delta Founded at Syracuse Univevfsazfty, 1914 Active Cl1aj2te1fs-25 W, , Iota Chapter of Alpha Phi Delta Established 1926 1 FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE Anbelo D1 Donna Peter A Cassella oseph L C1I'111C101'1C Alfred I D1 Capr1o Nl1chael Erpmo Anthony I Falcone Ralph P Isabella Joseph I Capr1tta Domrruck Cerr1to VValter De Matteo Harry P Ajosa Mano Benaqtusto Peterj Bav1sotto 1930 93 l93Z 1933 John P F1l1ppone Ralph P Lanzara Ph1ll1p Pa11llo Raymond A R311Cf1 Frank B Ruota Arthur C Salvatore Lotus M D1 Carlo Robert I LEWIS V1Cto1 E lX411'1OtlC1 Joseph V 'labacco Anthony D1 Gesero james P F3Lll1S1 Ca1n1en I G1rgent1 Drbme R babiltllll One Handled Szmty tlzfee 11 1' .I A I. One H1111d1'cd Sixty-j01u' Delta Chi Founded at Cowell, 1890 Active Chapters--37 Delta Chi Established . In Union University, 1897 In Union College, 1927 . FRATRES IN FACULTATE EDWIN W. HAMLIN ' ANTHONY J. PALERMO SYLVESTER JACOB HAEFNER 1 FRATREs IN UNIVERSITATE Carl F. Ackerbauer Frederick A. Christ Andrew G. F inegan Sidney V. Fort Peter Schuyler Miller VVilliam L. Hewitt Allen M. Hosier John M. Joyner Ward H. Bumpus Gervase I. Connor Neville B. Craig Robert O. Decker Henry Dill 1930 Thomas A. AC. 1931 1932 1933 Andrew R. johnson Elbert Maloney .VV'ilson Joseph A. Padula Charles C. Schumacher Francis E. VVitter Harry G. Markle Albert I. Otteson F. Spencer Tebbutt George T. Heffernan Daniel T. Hill Russell G. jones Thomas M. Kelly Horton E. Lindsley Fred XV. V. Schadt ijllf' Hzuzdzcd Szrfy five Eta of Zeta Beta Tau Established 1909 Founded at College oi City of New York, 1898 Active Chapters-34 FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE 1930 Mark Eisenberg 1931 Joseph Davis 1932 Myron Cohn Harry B. Davis Lester H. Rappaport One Htmdrcd Sixty-six Alpha of Delta Pi Nu Founded at Union, 1924 Active Chapters-1 FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE Carl C. Harbeck Clarence CQ Klapper Merrell E. Lewis Ralph Dawson James Finke Robert Burns Kenneth Donohue john Galaba 1930 Frederick L. 1931 1932 1933 Rapp Donald Roehm Philip S. Smith Clark A. Taylor Weller Fisher Philip VV. Harter Frank P. Palmer John R. Powley Marshall Quandt Charles Single One I1'z111n'1ed 92111 sv CII Xi of Alpha Mu Sigma Established 1927 Founded at Cooper Union Institute, 19141 Henry Koblintz Jonas Fleniinberg Mitchell Mindel Maxwell Plotnik Charles Cohen joseph Cooley Gerald Melofsky One Hzuzdrcd Si.1'ty-eiglzt Active Chapters-18 FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE 1930 1931 1932 1933 Julius Miller Jacob Weinsteiit Daniel Silbcrkraus Kenneth Rabino Nathaniel Miller Simon Rosenstock Abraham Schnipel Arthur Schiller Sky Key and Blade Club Fozmdedi at Union, 1923 Active Chapters-1 'FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE 1930 David XV. Allee Charles A. Hansen George Chandy Donald V. Hayman Howard E. Peek 1931 Joseph Peckham 1932 Kenneth Bieber Neil Hannon, One Hzmdrvd Sz',1'f3'-zzilzc 4 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 I 1 1 1 1 1, 1 111 11 1 1 1 1 1 '1 11 H 11 1 '1 411 1.11 11 1 A 1 1 I 1 1! 1.1 1 21' '1 11 ,1 1 3 1 1 1 . it 'i 1 1 . Xi 1 1 1 1 3 ,1 1. If 4. , 11 ,, 1 13 xy. ,1 ll '1 1 1 1 1 1 l 1 1 11 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 11 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 5 I, 1: XL?-ii i ...an-xc-tn-gf-:A-1.-.,,.l-. ., ,- ,,,. ,--.,.,,.: Interfraternity Council EDWARD Scorr FINEGAN . H'ORACE MCNEIL HAGAR' . CHARLES NIARK MCCRILLIS . Herbert Eugene Armstrong Richard Malcolm Baird Willia1ii Dennison Brooke Kingsbury Dyke James Leland Gage James- Brown Hume, Ir. . Andrew Rudolph johnson One Huzzdrcd Sevelzty . President . . Vice-President . Secretary and Treasurer George Peter Jones F rank Emsley Kershaw William Hugh Lehman Leonard Michael McGuigan Robert Bogardus Parker, Jr. William Hayes deRouville George Chalker Yackel Phi Beta' Kappa ALPHA OF NEVV YORK OFFICERS DR. HAROLD ATRINS LARRABEE ....... Presrfdeafzt MR. JOHN C. VAN VOAST . . .... V lice-President MR. ROBERT I. LANDON ........ Treasurer DR. TWORTON COLLINS STEVVART - . A ..... Sec1'eta1'y I - 1 RESIDENT MEMBERS . Arthur Howard Abell Henry S. Pmaeler Dr. Frank Coe Barnes Dr. James Wfilliam Black Edward Linus Carroll Prof. Franklin Chester Chillrud Dr. Harrison Cadwallader Cofnn Morris Marshall Cohn f Prof Robert Vlfarner Crowell Dean Edward Ellery Georbe VV Featherstonaugh Aubustus Henry FOX Jacob M Frankel Dean Charles F rredrrch Garrs Henry Glen Horatio Glen Dr Edward Everett Hale Edward F Hennelly Alb rt M Hull Dr Leonard Chester Jones Dr Georbe Dwrbht Kellogg Ralph Burch Kenney Robert I Landon Dr Harold Atkins Larrabee David E LeFavour Franklin Stuart Lerch John Luskin Drqjohn Lewis March Arthur L. Maxon Donald Lewis Millham Dr. David Sherman Morse Frank VV. McClellan Wfarren Lyon Nelson Joseph Frederick Oliplaant louis Oppenherm Dr William L Pearson Mathias P Poer ch Rev Claytonf Potter Donald Crockett Riley joseph Rotundo Hyman Sacheroff Ralph H Smith Francis Pnovr den Stevens Dr Morton Collins Stewart John C Van Voast Prof john N D Vedder Bertram Max Wfarnger Edward C VVh1tmver D1 Thomas Adam XfV1lQOll Prof Peter lrr n VVold Dr john C Younre MEM BERS ELECTED l93O John F Prlrppone Theodore S Oppenheun Stanley G Holden XV1ll1am H de Rouvrlle Arthur E McCormick Re rnald L Swann One Hitildl cd Scam zfw 0110 n , AL .1 I ' J O. D 1 . -. ' ' l r . Of - . s n L I - ' . 7 . D I . ' K4 . 1 . c . ' . on O1 S ' A .i 4 . . A Q I p J . . , - ' 'fr g is . 4. . . I A 1 . . - - - ' , O.. - ' Z3 , A .- - Sigma Xi Union Chajnzfer GFPICERS Prof. BJORTIMER P. SAYRE . . - - Prof. FREDERICK W. GROVER Prof. CHARLES B. HURD .... ACTIVE MEMBERS Prof. Ernest I. Berg Dean Edward Ellery Dean C. P. E. Garis Prof. Frederick VV. Grover Mr. S. I. Haefner Mr. E. W. Hamlin Prof. D. Roberts Harper, 3rd Prof. Anthony deH. Hoadley Prof. Charles B. Hurd Prof. James M. Hyatt Prof. H. H. Hyman Prof. Prof. Prof. Prof. Prof Prof Prof Prof Prof . . . President . . Vice-President Secretary and T1feasn1'e1f J. W. Kern C. T. Male james W. Mavor Hugh Miller D. S. Morse Mortimer F. Sayre E. S. C. Smith ' VV. C. Taylor J. N. Vedder Mr. K. E. Walker Prof. T. A. Wilson Prof. P. I. Wfold ASSOCIATE MEMBERS Mr. E. M. Bigsbee Mr. R. G. Clausen Mr. P. E. Ulrich MEMBERS ELECTED, 1930 Spotswood W'. Corbin XVilliam H. deRouville Wfaino M. Kolehmainen Thomas A. C. VVilson One Hundred Seventy-two mm T3-H 'Z ? ,JW ,lf lf, X ,g I0 3 K , :X 1 if W I Q? X4 , L 5 F' Q N J Q f 'iT"S 'rf f' 'NW' 1 xm , ix? gf xl P if 35 5 if G cm 'ggxxl -Q'fTg'Q7 .. . Q x .H 7' ' E., ,X I cf Q . I X Q 3 X X XY , M vi 1 1 1 5 f 11' 1 1 1'I,1 , 11 1 1 112,1 1 11 E1 :1111 if ' 111111 E1 421 9, 51+ J 21 51 1 1 IW .11 1 ,L ,L X I , 11 11 i -1 .11 i 1 1 4 1 ' ' 1 i 1 1 1 1 2 , c 1 I I 11, 11 1 1 1: 1 H 1 1+- 'Q 11 iff , ff I 1 21Ti,': 111 1,1 lfi 112 inf RIM 1 VL? 511 Ui 11 2, 11 11 :QV E1 I 22-if Q1 13 12 ,u 'ff VPN ,yI, 1 I ,! 11 1 , 1 '1 I !'1 71 1 1 1 1 A 1 . fl 1 1 HARQLD ANSON BRUCE, Duectm of Physzcal Tfammq and Afhletzcs Coach of T1 ack and Fzeld and Cross Cozmtvy P1 eszdent of tve Atlzletzc Boazcl Durmg h1s stay at U111o11, always CI11pl'13.SlZ111g the a1n1 of h1s ClC1J3.1'E1'1'161lt, to have athlet1cs for all, arold Anson Bruce l1as met Wlth unusual success w1th h1s exte11s1ve 111tra mural p1o gram As part of l11s construct1ve pol1cy all sports from early fall to the Clld of the scl1olast1c year l1ave bee11 enoaoed 111 by 111ost of the undergraduates As pres1de11t of the Athlet1c Board h1s expert counsel a11d 1mpart1al1ty toward all sports has ever been ev1de11t w1th the result tl1at U1llO11 has exceedmgly well equ1pped teams Under h1s gl11Cl3.11CC a pOl1Cy ot schedule makmg for athlet1c teams has been adopted that has brought so111e of the best teams 111 tl1e East to our campus a11d l1as carr1ed the 11a111e of UIIIOII far aheld The record of h1s track team IS the best ev1de11ce of h1s ab1l1ty to coach W1thout doubt he has developed the strongest track a11d held a11d cross country teams that have ever repre se11ted tl1e college all the n1ore remarkable 111 that he has developed h1s teams almost Wholly irom raw 111ater1al W1tl1 Doc at tl1e l1el111 we C311 pred1ct Ollly v1ctory a11d success for the uture One Umzdicd Seventy flzfee 1 ' 1 ,' , - f 1 ' 1 , ,' ,, If . 1 . v . . . . . . A U - U H . N . . . . - 1 - r-. A za - 9 17 , . . - 1 . Y ' I a , ' ' ac 11 ' ' . - ,, ,, ATHLETIC BOARD OF UNION COILLEGE Front Row, Left to Right: HILLS, CORBIN, OPPENHEIM, CADY, BAIRD Back Row, Left to Right: DEAN C. If. E. GARIS, YATES, PROE. MARCH PERRY E. LEARY . J. HAROLD XMITTNER . I'IAROLD ANSON BRUCE W'ILLIAxI H. HARDMAN VVILLIAM HARRNESS . THEODORE LYDGATE . HAROLD A. LARRABEE P1'Of. HUGH IWILLER . J. HAROLD VVITTNER . FRANCIS B. STEVENS . DONALD F. HYLAND . One Hundred Seventy-four Coaching Staff MAJOR SPORTS MINOR SPORTS Football Baseball Cross-Cozwztry and Track Basketball . . . . . . . Lacrosse . Switfzftvtfting . ' Hockey Tennis . Froslt Basketball . Frosh Cross-Country . Frosh Football -- f ,Q O Y-WV' -H,----sv' 1,wwf.rmv:1 1 MAJOR SPORT MANAGERS S. XNELLPORD CORBIN, Football RICIiARD M. BAIRD, Basketball JOSEPH B. CADY, Track THEODORE S. OPPENHEIM, Baseball One I-Izzlzclzwl Scveazfy-jim l r Q Y MAJOR SPORTS' CAPTAINS EDWARD s. FINEGAN, Foofball NELSON W. NITCIIMAN, Basketball One Hlmzdrcd Swefzfy-sz'.r WILDREDGE L. TERRY, Baseball THOMAS s. BOXVIE. Trafk ,,,, IFC U'H'IB!-MLIL Awywvf . 'V.1.x,,g ..,Wf" Q ,Q . 4 Q VARSITY FOOTBALL SQUAD, 1929 FOSTER HANDLN Cgmfgp 5 F ootball, 1929 PERRY L LEARY J HAROLD WITTNER EDWARD S FINIEGAN S VVELLFORD CORBIN FRANK BAILEY JR SAVAGE AT WELL HALKYARD BEALE ADAMS REID BULLARD CINELLA FINEGAN NORRIS SMITH ICNIGIIT NITCHMAN STRANAHANT LIPPITT MOSHER Union Union Union O Wfagner Columbia 31 Hobart 13 OFFICERS TEAM SCORES Union Union Union Coach Asszsfanf Coach Captam Manager flismiazzf Manage: Rzghf Ends Rzghf Tackle Le t Guard Left Tackle I eff Ends Qaartcv back Rzghf Halfoack Left Halfbacks Iiallbacks 7 R. P. 1. 7 Williaiiis 7 Rochester f , .... . . Right Guards , ' . , N .... , W, , 4 53 O 2 7 28 O 6 Union 7 Vermont 13 Union POINTS SCORED Union, 134g Opponents, 72 25 Hamilton One Hundred Scvcwzvty-zziizc Union, 53 3 Wagwzer, O UNION September 28, 1929 WAGNER CINELLA I R 'Left End R055 BULLARD Left Tackle KAISER REID Left Guard HoFFM1z1Ns'rER HANSEN Center KAMINSKA ADAMS Right Guard IQERN HALKYARD Right Tackle SAWYER SWART Right End LA GAMBINA FINEGAN Qttaafterback' SUTTER STRANAI-IAN Left Halfback MEYER Noiuus Right Halfback SICLARI LIPPITT Fzzllback S MITH Score -by Periods Union 20 0 Z0 13-53 Wagner O 0 0 O- 0 Touchdowns: Stranahan QSZD, Norris QZD, Lippitt, Finegan, Nitchnrm Mosher. Points after Touchdown: Lippitt UU, Kahn. Substitutions-Union: Foster for Hanseng Nitchman for Cinellag Brooks for Swartg Dorn for Fineg-ang Dietz Norrisg Sims for Reidg Carr for Lippittg Fisher for Dietzg Hoffman for Simsg Mosherior Carrg Forbes for One Hundred Eighty for Stranahan 3 Atwell for Adanisg Kahn for Halkyardg Beale fO1' Foster. 3 1 x , V f,z.wfa.f,.1Lk Mm, - F 1 2,2 ' Q E i W. Union, O5 Columbia, 31 UNION October 5, 1929 COLUMBIA CINELLA Lcft Emi VAN VOORHEES BULLARD Left Tackle l BLEECKER - REID Left Guard NVEINSTOCK HANSEN Center CAMPBELL ADAMS Right Guard NOBILETTI HALK'YARD Right Tackle Tvs A ATWELL Right End HILL FINEGAN Quarterback LIFLANDER NITCHMAN Left Halfback HEWITT NORRIS Right I-Ialfback SCOTT STRANAHAN Fu-llback STANCZYK Score by Periods Union O O O O- O Columbia O 13 6 12-31 Touchdowns: Hewitt Qllj, Joyce. Point after Touchdown: Joyce. Substitutions-Union: Dietz for Reidg Foster for Hanseng Mosher for Nitclnnang Swart for Atwellg Hansen for Fosterg Atxvell for Swartg Beale for Aclamsg Swart for Atwellg Carr for Norrisg Foster for Hanseng Nitchman for Strzmabang Savage for Cinellag Kahn for Finegan. Columbiai Joyce for Lilian- derg Iapar for VVeinstoclig Banko for Nobilettig Hall for Stanczykg Stanczyk for Hall. Une Huazdrcd Eiglzfy-one i 'I I :R+ ! I L I I i K i f 1 . I , I R i ll l I IL. , u.u A, Hyun UNION CINELLA BULLARD REID HANSEN ADAMS HALKYARD ATWELL FINEGAN STRANAHAN NORRIS LIPPITT Union, 283 Hobart, 13 october IZ! 1929 Left End Left Tackle Left Guard Couter Right Guard Right Tackle Right End Quarterback Left Halfback Right .Halfback Fzzllback q Score by Periods Union 7 ' O 7 A14-28 Hobart O 13 O O-13 Touchdowns: Finegan, Nitehnian QSD, Gulick, Wy1IIa11. 'Points after Touch down: Finegan QZD, Halkyarcl QZD, VVy1nan. HOBART ROLAND VAN GIESENI TIFFANY POLANSKY WARREN PRELLER NEVILLE GULICK A G,CONNOR VVYMAN GALBRAIIII Substitutions-Union: Savage for Cinellag Dietz for Reidg Foster for Han sen g Hansen for Foster g Beale for Adainsg Knight for Atwellg Dorn for limegan Carr for Stranahang Mosher. for Carrg Carr for Norrisg Nitehman foi Lippltf Hobartg Bliss for Nevilleg Tocher for Prellerg Hecht for Galbraith. One Huzzdrcd Eighty-two Union, 73 Vermont, 13 UNION October 19, 1929 VERMONl CINELLA Left End ELLERTON BULLARD Left Tackle COHEN REID Left Guard BURSTEIN HANSEN C enter LEVINE ADAMS Right Guard COLLINS HALKYARD I Right Tackle ' HUEY ATWELL Right End SEGAL F INEGAN Qitarterback VVINANT .NITCI-IMAN 'Left Hatlfback HALLIGAN Mosl-IER Right Halfbabk CARRIGAN LIPPITT Fzillback' HEATON Score by Periods Union O O O 7- 7 Vermont O 6 7 O-13 Touchdowns: Gardner QZD, Finegan. Points after Touchdown: Finegan, Ellerton. Substitutions-Union: Mosher for Stranahang Bullard for Reidg Foster for Hanseng Nitchinan for Mosher. Vermont: Gardner for Halligang Sirols for Ellertong Gourson for Carrigang Donaldson for Bursteing Thorn for Sirolsg Ellerton for Thorng Blakely for Levine: Davis for Cohen. One Huizdrcd Eiglzly-tlzree UNION CINELLA BULLARD REID FOSTER BEALE HALKYARD ATWELL FINEGAN STRANAI-IAN NORRIS LIPPITT Touchdown: Stranahan. Point after Finegan. Atwellg Mosher for Norris 5 Nitchman for Lipp One Hznzdred Eighty-fum' Union, 75 R. P. I., 2 October 26, 1929 Left End Left Tackle iLeft Guard Center Right Guard Right Tackle Right End Quarterback Left Halfback Right Halfback Fzzllback A Score by Periods Union 7 O O R. P. I. O 2 .O O-7 0-2 R.PI PINTO MONTIE ' MORRISON HOWLAND STEERE ABLONDI GRANGER DIEHL CROWVLEY Buss NOLAN Touchdown : Lippitt. Safety Substitutions-Union: Adams for Bealeg Carr for Stranahang Saxabe fO1' itt. R. P. I.: Kennedy foi Mor risong Sidor for Grangerg Goldwyn for Crowleyg Teute for Ablondi. 'Q mal R CAPTAIN FINEGAN CAPTAIN-ELECT FOSTER Union, 73 Williams, 7 UNION November 2, 1929 VVILLIAMS CINELLA Left End W'1LL1AMS BULLARD Left Tackle SCHWARTZ REID Left Guard WOOD FOSTER C enter STEVENS BEALE Right Guard GARDNER HALKYARD Right Tackle MILLER SAVAGE Right End FOEHL FINEGAN Quarterback GOOD NORRIS Left Halfbczck ENGLE CARR Right Halfback NN 1-IEELER LIPPITT Fzzliback LANGMAID Union Wfilliams Score by Periods O 7 O O-7 O 7 O O-7 Touchdownsz Lippitt, Tuttle. Points after Touchdown: Lippitt, Langniald. SubStitutionS+Union: Nitchinan for Carrg Hansen for Fosterg Adams for Bealeg Mosher for Norris. VVillia1nS: Tuttle for Engleg Lobo for Woodg Brown for Tuttleg Kipp for VVillia1nSg Hulse for Gardnerg McCarthy for Millerg Tuttle for Browng McAllister for Wfheelerg Holbrook for VV'Oodg Fowle for Langniaid. One Hmzdred Eiglzty-five UNION CINELLA BULLARD REID FOSTER BEALE HALKYARD SAVAGE FINEGAN NORRIS NITOH MAN LIPPITT Union, 73 Rochester, O November 9, 1929 1 Left Eud Left Tackle Left Guard Center Right Guard Right Tackle Right End Quarterback Left Halfback Right Halfback Fullback Score by Petiods Union O 0 79 'O-7 Rochester O 0 O O-O RQCHESTER LANGLOIS HALL M EHRHOEE M CGUIRE COLE LAKE KINCAID BURROWS VAN HORN SMITH STRAUB Touchdown: Nitchman. Point after Touchdown: Lippitt. Substitutions-Union: H-ansen for Fosterg Adams for Bealeg Mosher for Norms: Stranahan for Mosherg Knight for Savage. Rochester: Steele f0f K1HC31d. One Huizdrey Eighty-six Umon, 25 Hamilton, 6 HAMILTON 9 Q O 1 ! BEALE Left Guard UNION November 16 1929 CINELLA Left End JARETT BULLARD Left Tackle VVESTERBERG CARPENTER FOSTER Center TUCKER HALKYARD Rtght Guard RODGER REID Rtght Tackle ALLEN SAVAGE Rzght End JONES FINEGAN Quarterback MORRES NORRIS Left Halfback CROWLEY NITCI4IMAN Right Halfback RIENZO LIPPITT Fzzllback BUSH Score by Periods Union 6 0 7 12-25 Hamilton O O O 6- 6 Touchdowns: Finegan, Nitchman QZQ, Norris, Sherman. Points after Touchdown: Finegan. Substitutions-Union: Hansen for Fosterg Adams for Bealeg Foster for Hanseng Beale for Adamsg Stranahan for Lippittg Atwell for Savageg Mosher for Norrisg Knight for Cinellag Smith for Atwellg Carr for Nitchman. Hamilton: Sherman for Bushg Foote for Bushg XVilSon for Tucker. One Hmzdred Eiglzty-scvcrz Om flznzfiwd lfiglziy-riglzt The Cheerleadefs TIQACIK VARSITY TRACK SQUAD, 1929 H- I Track and Field, 1929 OFFICERS HAROLD ANSON BRUCE . . . , Cmzch ELLIS SADOSKY . . . . Captain JOHN L. CARICHOFF . . . Manager JOSEPH B. CADY Assistant Ma-wager SCORES Union, QOKQQ Vermont, 352 Union, 703 Lehigh, 56 Union, 97, Manhattan, 29 M. A. S. C. A. A.: eighth place , " U " MEN V CAPTAIN SADOSKY, A. REITER, XV. HARRIS, T. BOWIE, TQALICA, NIGR1NX', AUS- SICKER, HEATH, STARK, COHEN, HERSHKOWITZ, LEHMAN, HANSEN, 0,CONNrOR, VAN VVERT RESUME. OF THE 1929 TRACK AND FIELD SEASON Union opened its Outdoor season of 1929 by defeating Vermont at Burling- ton. The Garnet runners easily overwhelmed the home team, the latter gaining only three first places. The following week the team met and defeated Manhattan, earning three times as many points as the visitors. In their third and final dual meet, " Doc " Bruce's men kept their slate clean by vanquishing Lehigh. The 1929 season was closed by the M. A. S. C. A. A., in which the Union team scored 102 points. One Hzmdrcd Nzazety-one Dual Track and Field Meet UNIVERSITY OF VERMONT Vs. UNION COLLEGE Held at Burlington, Vt. May 4, 1929 ' CUD Union CVD Vermont Union, 9OM: Vermont, 352 TRACK EVENTS D 100-YARD IDASH-VVO11 by Bowie CUD 3 2nd, Ha1'1'iS CUD S 319, Dyke Time: 10 :2 seconds 220-YARD DASH-DNO11 by Harris CUD 5 2nd, Dyke CUD 3 3rd, Bowie Time: 23 :3 seconds l 440-Y ARD RUN-NXCO11 by Bowie CUD 5 2nd, Nigriny CUD 3 3rd, Wood CVD. Time: 52:2 seconds 880-YARD RUN-VVon by Kalica CUD: 2nd, Bjovey CVD: 3rd, Albright Time: 2 minutes, 8 seconds I-IDIILE RUN-WO11 by Heath and Aussicker CUD: 3rd, Maynes Time: 4 iminutes, 46 seconds 2-IWILE RUN-VV on by Heath CUD 3 2nd, Segal CUD 5 3rd, O,CO11HO1' CUD. Time: 10 :32 24. 120-Y ARD HIGI-I HURDLES-DRC on by Cohen CUD g 2nd, Reiter C UD g 3rd, Howard CVD. Time: 16:5 seconds 220-Y ARD Low ILIURDLES-NVO11 by Hershkowitz CUD: 2nd, Swart CUD:-31-d, Cohen Time: 27 :3 seconds FIELD EVENTS SHOT PUT-WI on by Krophei: CVD: 2nd, Hansen CUD: 3rd, Stark CUD. Dis- tance: 39 feet, 41, inches D1scUs 'THROW-NVOH by Wood CVD 3 2nd, Mackey CVD 5 3rd, Foley CUD. Dis- tance: 112 feet, 8 5f1O inches BROAD JUMP-XNIO11 by Lyman CVD: 2nd, Mace CV D5 31-d, I-lei-Shkgwitz CUD Distance: 19 feet, 9 inches . HIGIYI JUBIP-WO11 by Cohen CUD: 2nd, t' St -k Height: 5 feet, 6 inches 1 POLE VAULT-DN on by, tie, Lehman CUD and Meehan CVD: 3rd, Lyman CVD Height: IO feet, 6 inches JAVELIN THROW-VV on by Lehman CUD g 2nd, Hansen CUD 5 3rd, Donaldson CVD Distance: 129 feet, 4 inches. 19, ai CUD and Franceschi One Hundred Nilzety-two Dual Track and Field Meet MANHATTAN Vs. UNION CQLLEGE Alexander Field, Schenectady, N. Y. May 11, 1929 QUD Union QMQ Manhattan Union, 97, Manhattan, 28 TRACK EVENTS 100-YARD DASIT-WO11 by Bowie QUD, Znd, Harris QUjg 3rd, Devilin CMD. Time: 10 ZX5 seconds 220-YARD DASTI-WO11 by Harris QUjg 2nd, Devilin QMD, 3rd, Dumphy QMD. Time: 23 1f5tseconds 440-YARD RUN-XNO11 by Bowie CUjg 2nd, Nigriny QUD, 3rd, Farrell QMD. Time: 51 2X5 seconds 880-YARD RUN-Won by Farrell QMjg Znd, Christopher CMD, 3rd, Dow Time: 2 minutes, 4 115 seconds 1-NTILE RUN-Won by Grady QMjg 2nd, Heath QUjg 3rd, Shacklette QMJ. Time: 4 minutes, 34 4f 5 seconds 2-MILE RUN-VVOH by Heath QUjg Znd, Fortier QMDQ 3rd, Shacklette QMQ. Time: 10 minutes, 5 Sf 5 seconds 120-YARD HIGI-I T'TURDLESlXfVO11 by Cohen QUD, Znd, Reiter QUjg 3rd, Cook QMQ. Time: 17 seconds 220-YARD Low HURDLESQXNOI1 by Knight QUjg 2nd, Hershkowitz QUjg 3rd, Dow Time: 26 4X5 seconds FIELD EVENTS SHOT PUT-XNO11 by Stark QUD, 2nd, Lehman QUDQ 3rd, Hansen Dis- tance: 36 feet D1sCUs F111-IROVVlXNvO11 by Foley QUE 5 Znd, Stark QUD, 3rd, Hansen QUJ, Dis- tance: 105 feet BROAD JUBTPTVVO11 by Lehman QUQQ 2nd, Kalica QUD 3 3rd, Manez QML Dis- tance: 20 feet, 5M inches HIGH JUBIP-XNTOH by Cohen QUQ 3 Znd, Stark QUQ and Cook QMD, tied. Height: 5 feet, 7 inches I POLE VAULT-X0fOH by Van Wfert QUD, Znd, Hawley QUDQ 3rd, Lehman QUD. Height: 11 feet, 4M inches JAVELIN TI-IROVV-VVO11 by Lehman QUjg 2nd, Dorn QUDQ 3rd, Philbin QMQ. Distance: 142 feet ' One Hiblldled Nuzeti thzee Dualffrack and Field Meet LEHIGH VS. UNIGN COLLEGE Alexander Field, Schenectady, N- Y- May 18, 1929 CUD Union CLD.Lehigh c Union, 70, Lehigh, 56 TRACK EVENTS 100-YARD DASH-VVon by Lamb CLD, 2nd, Bowie CUD: 3rd, HaffiS CUD- Time: 10 seconds 220-YARD DASH-Won by Lamb CLD, Znd, Harris CUD: 3rd, Bowie CUD- Time: 22 1X5 seconds 440-YARDSRUN-WOH by Bowie CUD , 2nd, Many CLD , 3rd, Kalica CUD. Time: 50 2X5 seconds 880'-YARD RUN-Won by Many CLD, 2nd, Nigriny CUD, 3rd, McElroy Time: 2 minutes, 3 2X5 seconds 1-MILE RUN-Won by Aussicker CUD, 2nd, Heath CUD, 3rd, Neuworth CLD. Time: 4 minutes, 41 3X5 seconds' ' 2-MILE RUN-Won by Heath CUD, 2nd, Sames CLD, 3rd, Segal CUD. Time: 10 minutes, 19 l X 5 seconds 120-YARD HIGH HURDLES-WOH by Reiter CUD, 2nd, Lohmeyer- CLD, 3rd, Cohen CUD. Time: l6'3f5 seconds 220-YARD LOW HURDLES-Won by Lohmeyer CLD , 2nd, Hershkowitz CUD, 3rd, swan CUD. Time: 26 2X5 Seconds. FIELD EVENTS ' - SH-01' PUT-WO11 by Levitz CLD, 2nd, Stark CUD, 31-d, Lehman CUD. Dis- tance: 36 feet, 1021 inches DISCUS THROW-Won by Monroe CLD, 2nd, Lehman CUD, 3rd, Hansen CUD Distance: 120 feet, 72 inches C BROAD JUMP-Won by Lohmeyer CLD, 2nd, Lehman CUD, 3rd, Kalica CUD Distance: 21 feet, ly, inches HIGH DUMP-VVon by Cohen CUD and Frederick CLD tied for first, 2nd, Stark CUD. Height: 5 feet, 10 inches POLE VAULT-VV011 by Van Wert CUD and Sadosky CUD tied for first, Hawley ' CUD and Lehman CUD tied for third Height' 11 feet 6 ' h . . , inc es JAVELIN THROW-WOH by Shay cm: 2nd, Lehman guy, 31-d, rem Cry. Distance: 152 feet, 6 inches C V One Hundred Neiuefy-four ' "" "i..a:nu-Q fm Dual Track and Field Meet NTANHATTAN VS. UNION COLLEGE Alexander Field, Schenectady, N. Y. May 11, 1929 QUD Union Manhattan Union, 97 3 1Vfanhattan, 28 ' ' TRACK EVENTS 100-YARD DASH-WVO11 by Bowie QUJQ Znd, Harris QUDQ 3rd, Devilin Time: 10 275 seconds 220-YARD DASI-I-WO11 by Harris QUDQ Znd, Devilin 3rd, Dumphy QMD. Time: 23 1f5tseconds A 440-YARD RUN-107011 by Bowie QUDQ Znd, Nigriny QUDQ 3rd, Farrell QMQ. Ti1ne: 51 275 seconds ' - 880-YARD RUN-XNVOH by Farrell QMD3 Znd, Christopher QMD 5 3rd, Dow QUD. Time: 2 minutes, 4 175 seconds 1-TWILE RUN-XKVOI1 by Grady QMD g Znd, Heath QUjg 3rd, Shacklette QMD. Time: 4 minutes, 34 47 5 seconds 1 2-MILE RUN-XRIOI1 by Heath QUD, Znd, Fortier QMDQ 3rd, Shacldette QMD. Time: 10 minutes, 5 375 seconds 120-YARD HIGH HURDLES-107011 by Cohen QUE, Znd, Reiter CUM 3rd, Cook QMJ. Time: 17 seconds 220-YARD Low HURDLES-XNO11 by Knight QUjg Znd, Hershlqowitz QUjg 3rd, Dow QUj. Time: 26 475 seconds FIELD EVENTS SHOT PUT-1Yon by Stark QUD: Znd, Lehman QUD, 3rd, Hansen Dis- tance: 36 feet D1sCUs IBHRONV-X'VOl1 by Foley QUJ 3 2nd, Stark QUDQ 3rd, Hansen QUJ1 Dis- tance: 105 feet BROAD 'IUM.P1xfVOll by Lehman g Znd, Kalica 3 3rd, Manez QMj. Dis- tance: 20 feet, 55 inches HIGH JUMI?-XYOII by Cohen fhUj g 2nd, Stark QUQ and Cook QMQ, tied. Height: 5 feet, 7 inches I POLE VAULT-XVo11 by Van XVert QUjg Znd, Hawley QUDQ 3rd, Lehman QUD. Height: ll feet, inches jAv1LL1N Tnitow-W'on by Lehman CUJ, Znd, Dorn CUB, 3rd, Philbin QMD. Distance: 142 feet One ffIHl0il'Cd N1'm'l,v-l'1z1'cc VARSITY CROSS-COUNTRY TEAM, 1929 RELAY TEAM, 1929-1930 Left to Right: COACH BRUCE, NIGRINY, CAPTAIN BOWIE, MC CAGUE, I-IARRTS, MANAGER CADY Om' Pf1ll1l1l'C'd Nilzcfy-sin: Middle Atlantic States Collegiate Athletic Association Championsltips Held at Haverford, Pa., May 29 and 30, 1929 100-YARD DASH-WO11 by Ensworth CHD5 Znd, Alden CSD 5 3rd, Morrison 5 4th, Hartman CLD5 Sth, Poole Time: 10 seconds 220-YARD DASH-Won by Steele' CAD 5 2nd, Ensworth CHD5 3rd, Morrison CDHD5 4th, Moore CLD5 Sth, Poole CSD. Time: 22 175 seconds 440-YARD RUN-WOH by Steele CAD 5 2nd, Bowie CUD 5 3rd, Ulrich CMD 5 4th, Zachiegner CAD5 Sth, Graham CAD. Time: S1 seconds 880-YARD RUN-W' on by Zachiegner CAD5 2nd, Sullivan CRD5 3rd, Getz- CAD5 4th, Lewis CLD5 Sth, Edgar Time: 1 minute, S6 seconds- 1-TVIILE RUN-Won by Getz CAD5 Znd, Farrell CMD5 3rd, Aussicke-r CUD5 4th, Hall CRD5 Sth, Graham CAD. Time: 4 minutes, 24 275 seconds 2-MILE RUN-DNOH by Getz CAD5 Znd, Schiebel CJHD5 3rd, Masterton CLD5 . ' 4th, Shirk CDD5 Sth, Boulton CAD. Time: 9 minutes, 45 175 seconds 120-YARD HIGH HURDLES-VVon by OiNeil1 CRD5 Znd, Parrish C SD5 3rd, Ulrich CMD 5 4th, Hoke CGD: Sth, Arbegast Time: 15 275 seconds 220-YARD LOW HURDLES'D07OH by Sykes CHD5 2nd, OiNeil1 CRD5 3rd, Par- rish CSD5 4th, Schneck Sth, Hershkowitz Time: 24 475 seconds SHOT PUT-VVOn by Morris CHD5 2nd, Slaughter CGD5 3rd, Cronin CRD5 4th, Fields CHD5 Sth, Lippincott Distance: 4S feet, HM, inches IAVELINLXCDIOH by Cronin CRD5 Znd, Gunby CDD5 3rd, Huey CDD: 4th, Col- lins CDelD5 Sth, Herzlich Distance: 173 feet, 7 inches POLE VAULT-Won by Quirk 2nd, Gavin CUrsD5 3rd, Klinger CAD: 4th, Sloan CDelD5 Sth, VVilson CGD. Height: 11 feet, 102, inches HIGH DUMP-WVon by Fredericks CAD 5 Znd, Richardson CHD 5 3rd, Cohen CUD 5 4th, Gunby CDD5 Sth, Mowrer CLD. Height: S feet, 10 inches DISCUS-VVon by Morris CHD5 Znd, Cronin CRD5 3rd, MacBath CUrsD.5 4th, Lippincott CSD5 Sth, Benson CDelD. Distance: 146 feet, M, inch BROAD JUMP-VVO11 by Hartman CLD5 Znd, Tripp CHD: 3rd, Angle CDD5 4th, Rice CHD. Distance: 22 feet, 3M inches POINT SCORE-Tfi2lVC1'fO1'Cl, 41 77105 Alfred, 38 1755 Rutgers, 265 Lafayette, 1625 Johns Hopkins, 1S 77105 Swarthmore, 155 Dickinson, 1425 Union, 1025 Gettysburg, 8 1755 Muhlenburg, 85 Ursinus, 725 Delaware, 4 1.755 Manhattan, 4 One Hmzdfcd Nuwly five Colgate University fvs. Union College Alexander Course, Schenectady, N. Y., Qctober 12, 1929 Distance-6 Miles Place Naine College 1 ENOCH qDisqua1iHedJ Cfflgate 2 HEATH UIUOH 3 ROTHMANN UU-i011 4 GLENMUIR Colgate 5 DUNBAR ' Colgate 6 SPANGER Colgate 7 AUSSICKER Union 8 O,C'ONNOR Union 9 NIGRINY 1 Union 10 GRANT Colgate Time 37:02 2-5 37:27 37:33 4-5 38:19 38:19 38:19 39:16 3-5 39:16 3-5 40:10 3-5 43:18 2-5 Referee Henry Sclianjlrer of Princeton rleclafred the ineet no race, became of teclifnical Manhattan College cvs. Union College Alexander Course, Schenectady, N. Y., Gctober 19, 1929 eligibility. Place N aine 1 FORTIER 2 HEATH 3 ROTHMANN 4 SCHACKLETTE 5 AUSSICKER 6 GRADY 7 0,CONNOR 8 FARRELL 9 CHRISTOPHER 10 NIGRINY Union Distance-6 Miles Team Scores College Manhattan Union Union Manh-attan Union M anhattan Union Manhattan Manhattan Union 2 3 5 710-27 Manhattan ....... 1 4 6 8 9-28 One Hundred Ninety-ez'gl1r Time 36:26 36:36 3-5 37:38 2-5 37 :47 37 :55 38:04 4-5 38:04 4-5 38:17 39:28 39:30 Cross-Country, 1929 p OFFICERS HAROLD ANsoN BRUCE , . , . Coach :HENRY 1iOTI-IMANN . . I Captain JOSEPH B. CADY . . Manage? JAMES D. ALLEN Assistant Manager SCORES fS1113ll6St score winsj 4 Union-Colgate, No Score CReferee's decisionj Union 27 Manhattan 28 Union 34 R, P, I, 21 Union 20 Dickinson 35 Union 15 Ursinus 40 " U 1' MEN 1 CAPTAIN ROTIIBIANN, 1-IEATH, NIGRINY, Q,CONNOR, fXUSSICKER, ALBRIGHT "AUA" MEN HILL and ALLEN RESUME OF THE 1929 CROSS-COUNTRY SEASON Considering the lack of material on hand and the poor physical condition of some ot the veterans, Coach Bruce is to be congratulated upon the success of the 1929 season. " Doc " built up a strong team, which was able to win all its meets but one, losing to the strong R. P. 1. team. The Colgate run, however, was declared by the referee to be no race, due to the tact that one ot the visiting harriers was ineligible. At the 1. C. A. A. A. A. meet held at Van Cortlandt Park, New York City, Union entered Leland Heath. He finished in thirty-first place with the fast time of 31:47. Wfith the exception ot the R. P. 1. meet, Coach Bruce may well be proud of his success this year. One Lfllildffd A7i11vl,x'-sf'-limi Ursinus College fvs. Union College Alexander Course, Schenectady, N. Y-, NOV'f3ml3C1' 9, 1929 Place 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Distance-6 M1165 N time College Time HEATH Unign :11 2-5 O,CONNlOR Union 36 235 AUSSICKER Union 37 219 2-5 NIGRINY UU1011 38113 ALBRIGHT Union 39 112 2-5 FER1-IG Ursinus 42 328 JAMISON Ursinus 109 2'5 VAN DAVIIES Ursinus 43 125 CLARK Ursinus 45 219 PEDRICK Ursinus 49:13 Team Scores Union .......... 1 2 3 4 5-15 Ursinus . . . . . 6 7 8 9 10-40 1929 Cross-Country Championships of Middle-Atlantic Collegiate Athletic Association Held at Van Cortlandt Park, New York City, November 16, 1929 Place Name 1 I. FORTIER 2 H. MASTERSON 3 P. SHACKLETTE 4 L. HEATH 5 M. PERSON 6 H. FRAZEE 7 W. GRADY 8 A. SMITH 9 L. VANCE 10 L. GRAHAM 11 I. FRAELL 12 E. ZSCHIEGNEN 13 C. HILL 14 W. O,CONNOR 15 H. ROTHMANN 16 L. CHANDLER 17 P. CRISTOPHER 18 S. WARD 19 R. CAMPBELL Manhattan .... Alfred ..... . I. C. A. A. A. A. Course-Distance 6 niilesl College Manhattan Lafayette Manhattan Union Franklin Manhattan Manhattan Rutgers Alfred Alfred Manhattan Alfred Rutgers Union Union Lehigh Manhattan Alfred Rutgers E 1 3 5 6 8 9 11 16 7 18 Rutgers .... . 7 12 1 Two I-Imzidred . .L Time Place Name College Time' 31 :17 20 P. YODER Franklin 33:25 31 125- 21 I. NICCABE Rutgers 33 126 31:37 22 D O,NEIL Lafayette 33:35 31 53 23 F. ILLINGWORTH Lafayette 33:45 32:03 24 A DALIZZO Alfred 33147 32:14 25 V. NIGRINY Union 33:57 32.18 26 R. EUZELMAN Lehigh 34201 32.21 27 W. SIMPSON Rutgers 34210 32:29 28 M. BURDICK Alfred 34211 32.30 29 M LIBBY Lafayette 34213 32:33 30 A. CHRISTENSON Lafayette 34239 32.34 31 T. FLINT Alfred 34142 32'50 32 C. AUSSICKER Union 34143 33.05 33 C. PROEBATLE Lehigh 34252 33:06 34 D. JOHNSON F. Sz M. 35 207 33'10 35 E. HILL 3 Union 35 222 3341 36 H. METZ Rutgers 35123 33'17 37 C. DENEARTO Lafayette 3.1233 33 323 38 G. HUNT . Lehigh -46208 TEAM SCGRES 7105018 Totals 10-25 Union ....... 4 13 14 22 27- 80 21-65 Lafayette .... 2 19 Z0 25 26- 92 24-78 Lehigh ...... 15- 23 28 29 30-125 I a Place 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8. 9 10 Place 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 R. P. I. cvs. Union College Alexander Course, Schenectady, N. Y., October Distance-6 Miles N anne College GIANETTI R. P. I. HEATH Union WARREN R. P. 1. FAZIO R. P. 1. ROTHMANN Union FRIDAY R. P. 1. LEWIS R. P. I. AUSSICKER Union NIGRINY Union O,CONN'OR Union Team Scores 3 R. P.I .......... 1 3 4 6 7+21 Union .... 2 5 8 910-34 26, 1929 Dickinson College fvs. Union College Alexander Course, Schenectady, N. Y., November 2, 1929 N cwne HEATH O'CoNNoR BoIIoR AUSSICKER NIGRINY DAVIS BROWN ALBRIGI-IT FPELLER SALTER Distance-6 Miles Team Scores College Union Union Dickinson Union Union Dickinson Dickinson Union Dickinson Dickinson Union .......... 1 2 4 5 8-20 Dickinson ....... 3 6 7 910--35 Time 36:55 37:22 37:24 37 :32 37:55 37 :56 38:04 38:09 38 :l2 38 132 Time 36:13 4-5 37:25 37:57 38f19 38:41 39:15 39:44 40:14 40:29 42:12 One IIIHZUIILIIY Nzmlx nine Y -,V ',nIv-' Fourth Annual Infvitation Union College Board Track Games February 22, 1930 SUMMARIES 60-YARD HIGH HURDLES Q Specialj-Won by Cohn, Union, Laddane, Manhattan, second. Time: 0:08 5f10. HOWARD QPDYKE MEMORIAL CNE-NTILE RELAY-Won by Union QT. Bowie, Nigriny, McC'ague, Harrisj , Lafayette, second. Time: 3 :Z9 4f10. QNew Meet Recordj ONE-MILE TNTERSCHOLASTIC RELAY-WOH by Schenectady High School Q Y Olpe, Bone, Early, Yauchlerj , Albany High School, second. Time: 3 :49 4! 10. Q1-Established Recordj Two-MILE RUN QHa1idicapj-Won by Dunbar, Colgate Q50 yardsbg Fortier Manhattan, second Q50 yardsj , Hagen, Columbia, third Qscratchb. Time: 9:34 4f10. QNew Meet Record.j GNE-MILE INTERCOLLEGIATE RELAY Q Class BD-Won by Union QKnight, Kalica, F. Bowie, Dykej , Hamilton, second. Time: 3 :39 4X 10. QEstablished Record.j - 70-YARD HIGH HURDLES Qscratclij-Won by Furth, N. Y. U., Stollwerck, Col- gate, second, Cutter, unattached, third. Time: 0:08 Q! 10. QNew Meet Recordj 7 ONE-MILE NOVICE RUN-Won by Holleran, Union, Schiller, Schenectady High School, second, Roche, Schenectady High School, third. Time: 4 :-44 4j 10. QNew Meet RecOrd.j A UNION COLLEGE TNTERFRATERNITY 700-YARD RELAY CHAMPIONSHIP-YVO11 by .Beta Theta Pi, Phi Delta Theta, second. Time: 1:18 7,!1OQ QNew Col- lege Record.j 70-YARD Low HURDLES-WOH by Furth, N. Y. U., Stollwerck, Colgate, second, Cutter, unattached, third. Time: 0:08. QNew Worldis Recordj 1000-YARD RUN QHa11dicapj-Won by McMillen, N. Y. A. C. Q scratchj: Veit, N. Y. A. C. Qscratchj, second, Christensen, Lafayette Q35 yardsj, third. Time: 2:17 8f10. QNew Meet Record.j . TWO-MILE TNTERSCHOLASTIC RELAYLWOH by Newark Prep: QBobertz, Ashkensas Kellar, Searsj , Schenectady High School, second. Time: 8 :32 6,! 10. 70-YARD DASH QHandicaoj+Won by Morris, Colgate, F. Bowie, Union, second' Lehman, Union, third. Time: 0:07 6X 10. QEstablished Recordj CI-IARLES ALEXANDER -RIGIIMOND MEMIORIAL HALF-MILE TQELAY-VVO11 by Union CT- BOVYIC, Nigrmy, Harris, McCaguej , Lafayette, second, Hamilton, third. Time: 1:35 ZflO. 7 J RUNNINGHIGI-I JUMP. QHandicapj+VVon' by Featherstenhaugh, Schenectady High gcholol Q5 inchesj , M. Cohn, Union Q2 inchesj, and Hiltner, Lafay- e e - - ' ' Q 1nc esj, tied foi second. Height 6 feet 12 inches. QNew Meet' Reco1'd.,j Two I-Ivfmdred Two Indoor Trackand F ield, 1929 q u The. 1929-30 Indoor Track and Field season was easily the most successful 111 the hlstory of running at Union. The crack mile relay team developed by Coach Bruce was the fastestnthat ever represented the college. This duartet, composed of Captain T. Bowie, Nigriny, Harris, and McCague, set up 'la new collegeurecord of 3 127, a mark which sho-uld st-and at Union for some vears. Two promising stars were uncovered in the Freshman class in Holleran and Capelle. This pair should turn in some nne performances in the near future which will go far to uphold the success achieved by Union in this branch of sport. h Among a galaxy of track stars who broke three world's records, the Union mile relay team captured second place over VVilliams and Haverford in the annual indoor track meet of the Millrose A. C. held in Madison Square Garden. The event was won by Amherst in the good time of 3:3412 Captain Bowie's leg in 51 :O4 was the fastest quarter ever run by a Union College man indoors. The Garnet indoor relay team won the mile relay at the Boston A. A. games on Feb. 15. Their time was 3 minutes -and 57 seconds. Colby College was second in the race. There were no other entrants as Tufts College of Medford with- drew from the event at the last moment. The Union quartet traveled to New York the following night to compete in the mile event at the N. Y. A. C. games at Madison Square Garden. The team defeated Rutgers, C. C. N. Y., and St. Iohn's in this event, running the mile in 3 131 l 7 5, the fastest time any Union mile relayteam has ever run that distance. At the fourth annual invitation track and field games held on the Alexander board track,'a world,s record and ten meet marks were shattered by the nnest array of track -athletes ever assembled in Schenectady. The meet was marked throughout by line exhibitions of speed and versatility. Sol Furth, captain of the N. Y. U. track team and speed marvel in the sprints and hurdles, broke the world's record for the indoor 70-yard low hurdles by taking the event from Stoll- werk of Colgate in eight seconds flat. Every event in which the Garnet runners were entered was captured in record times. Three relays were completed bv Doc Bruce's cohorts in less times than previously. The one-mile novice run was won by Holleran of Union, setting another record for the Alexander board track. All in all, the meet was the most successful ever staged by Union College. Drawing a position in the first heat Harvard, winner of the relay champion- ships, Holy Cross, runner up, and Yale, the Union one-mile relay team ran in the 1. C. A. A. A. A. games March lst in the lOZnd Regiment Armory in New York. Union ran exceptionally well in the race but were no match for Harvard, Holy Cross, and Yale, all of which teams were clocked under the 1. C. A. A. A. A. record. The quartet, however, set up a new college mark of 3:27. Doc Bruce entered Holleran and Capelle in the Knights of Columbus games at Madison Square Garden in the one and two mile handicaps, respectively. The competition was very fast, however, and the youngsters failed to place.. After considerinff the wonderful showing of the track team this Wiiiter, we b 5 . . can do nothing but predict great success for them this Spring. Two l'I1111d1'i'czl 0116 Union College Track a Up to February 1 nd Field Records 5, 1930 OUTDOOR RECORDS -Yard Dash-10 Seconds . R. ORAM, '23, and JOHN A. TIEDEMAN, -Yard Rim-50 175 Seconds . . . - Yard Rah-1 minute, 59 27 5 seconds CHARLES H. KILPATR.ICK, 1-Mile Rim-4 minutes, 25 475 seconds CHARLES H. KILPATRICK, '98, 2-Mile Rim-9 minutes, 40 175 seconds 120- Yard High Hurdles-15 275 Seconds - 220- Yard Low Hurdles-25 Seconds . High jump-5 feet, 10 inches Broad jump-22 feet, 295 inches Discus Throw-122 feet, 8 inches 16-lb. Shot Pat-39 feet, 6 inches Pole Vaal!-11 feet, 8M inches . jaoeliri, 171 feet, 10 inches . . 100 220- Yard Dash-22 seconds . . 440 880 . JOHN A. TIEDEMAN . CHARLES H. KILPATRICK '98, and LORING MCMILLEN, and CHARLES W. SAWTELLE . . A. IRVING TOTTEN . . HARRY B. DUANE . R. R. ORAM . MYROW COHEN . P. T. MALLIN D. F. BEEKMAN . H. S. SMITH . . ELLIS SADOSKY . . . J. HOXIE Cross-Coarztry-Van Cortland Course, 6 n'Ii1eS-30:07 A. IRVING TOTTEN Cross-Country-Alexander Course, 6 miles-34:22 . A. IRVING TOTTEN Cross-Coimtry-Princeton Course, 6 miles-3 lilgw A. IRVING TOTTEN 1-Mile Relay on Boards Outdoors-3 minutes 29 2 7 5 seconds THOMAS Bowie, '30, JOHN A. MCCAGUE, '32, VICTOR NIC-RINY, '30, WALTER HARRIS., INDOOR RECORDS ' 50- Yard Dash-5 375 seconds . ' 70- Yard Dash-7 175 seconds . . 300- Yard Rim-35 Seconds . . . 600- Yard Ran-1 minute, 21 375 Seconds 880- -Yard Rah-2 minutes, 1 second . 1000- Yard Rim-2 minutes, 21 275 Seconds 1-Mile Rim-4 minutes, 35 3710 seconds 2-Mile Rim-10 minutes, 7 seconds . 45- Yard High Hurdles-6 275 seconds 60- Yard High Hurdles-8 275 Seconds 70- Yard Low Hurdles-9 seconds . 1-Mile Walk-9 minutes, 8 275 Seconds High jarhp-5 feet 10M inches . . C Pole Vault-11 feet ..,, M Mile Relay-1 minute 35 375 Seconds ' JOHN MCCACUE, '32, VICTOR NI 1-Mile Relay-3 minutes, 27 Seconds AARON H. FEINSTEIN, JOHN A. TIEDEMAN, . WALTER HARRIS, . VICTOR NIGRINY, LORING MCMILLEN, . LORING MCMILLEN ,. A. IRVING TOTTEN, . LORINC- MCMI'LLEN, . HARRY B. DUANE, . HARRY B. DUANE, WILLIAM H. LEHMAN, . RALPH STARK, . . MYR.ON COHEN, . . ELLIS SADOSKY . . THOMAS, BOWIE GRINY, '30g WALTER HARRIS . . . THOMAS BOVVIE, , JOHN MCCAGUE, '32, VICTOR NIGRINY, '30, WALTER HARRIS 2-Mile Relay-8 mrnutes, 18 275 Seconds . . HENRY ROTHMAN A ' - ' P-THUR BUNNELL, 28, A. IRVING TOTTEN, '28, LORING MCMILLEN, Two Hurzdred Four Y 7 1 7 Y 7 7 '26 26 '98 '28 '30 '28 '27 '23 '32 '16 '21 '12 '29 '27 '28 '28 '28 '32 '29 '26 '32 '30 '28 '28 '28 '28 '27 '27 '31 '31 '32 '29 305 '32 303 '32 30, '28 0:10 ifs. Records of Annual Invitation Union College Board Track Games 50-YARD RUN-I. Alfred Leconey, Meadowbrook Club. Time: 0:05 Zf 5. 60-Y ARD RUN-I. Alfred Leconey, Meadowbrook Club. Time: 0:06 4f 5. 70-YARD RUN-DO11Hld Kent, Colgate University. Time: 0:07 2f5. 300-YARD RUN-Edward Roll, Colgate University. Time: 0:34 2f5. 1000-YARD TNTERC-OLLEGIATE RUN-L. McMillen, N. Y. A. C. Time: 2:17 8X 10. 1 MILE RITN-AlO11ZO West, Lafayette College. Time: 4:30 9f10. 1 MILE NOVICE-Gilbert Holleran, Union College. Time: 4:44 4f 10. 2 MILE RUN-EClXNV31'd Dunbar, Colgate University. Time: 9:34 4X 10. 45-YARD TNTERCOLLEGIATE HIGH HURDLEs-Harry Duane, Union College. .Time- O:06 Zf5. . 60-YARD TNTERCOLLEGIATE HIGH HURDLES-Harry Duane, Union College. Time: 0:08 ZXS. 70-YARD TNTERCOLLEGIATE Low HURDLES1SOl Furth, N. Y. U. Time' 0:08. 70-YARD TNTERCOLLEGIATE :HIGH HURDLES-S01 Furth, N. Y. U. Time. 0.08 9flO. 45-X7ARD OPEN HIGH T'TURDLES-CZL1'l Christenson, Newark A. C. Time. 0:06 lf5. I 75-YARD OPEN HIGI-I HURDLES-Ca1'l Christenson, Newark A. C. Time. 60-YARD GTJEN Low HURDLES-HCflJC1't Meyer, Newark, A. C. Time: 0 :07 1 X 10. 880-YARD HANDICAP RUN-ChH1'lCS Kimmerie, Schenectady High School. Time. 2:03 3f5. QHandicap 55 yards.j UNIoN COLLEGE TNTERFRATERNITY RELAY-Beta Theta Pi Fraternity. Time. 1 :l8 7 f 10. 880-YARD INTERSCI-IIoLAs'rIc RELAY-Schenectady High School QKrenizer, ' Greiner, Herschkowitz, Snellj. Time: 1:47 2f5. , 1 MILE INTERscIfIoLAs'rIc RELAY-Albany High School Qliialica, Peck. Vahn, Norrisj. Time: 3:48 lf5. 1 MILE 1N'rE1zcoLLEGIA'rE RELAY QClass Aj-Union College QT. Bowie, Nigriny, McCague, Harrisj. Time: 3:29 4f10. 1 NTILE INTERCOLLl5GI.A'l'lL .RELAY C,Class BD-Union College Qlinight, Kalica, F. Bowie, Dykej. Time: 3:39 4f10. 880-YARD CIIAIILES ALEXANDER RICHMOND TVTEMORIAL RELAXT--U111O11 College CT. Howie, Nigriny, Harris, McCagueD. Time: 1:35 2f10. 2 MILE iiNTliRCULl.lif2IATE TQICLAY--ilJlllOll College QRothmann, Bunnell, Totten, McMillenj. Time: 8:18 ZX5. Two lflizudred Tlrrcc --A---L , .,,,, . , ,-,, WMA.- . YVVV H Y Y- W- ,W ,,,,,,,,,, VARSITY' BASKETBALL SQUAD IBAS IKIETHBAKLIL Resume of 1929-1930 Basketball Season The basketball season of 1929-1930 was fairly successful, the team winning seven out of fourteen contests. At the beginning of the season coach Willianu H. Hardman and his assistant, Louis I. Rinaldi, faced the problem of replacing such veterans as DeLong, Potter, and McDowell. The nucleus of the team was Captain Nitchman, Rice, Hotaling, H. Livingston, and Bullard and around these men was built a strong, dependable team. W. Livingston, Gates, Cinella, Norris, and Rosenthal also could be depended on to put up a creditable showing when called' upon. The Union courtmen started off well although handicapped by lack of teamwork. This was soon remedied, however, and the team seemed to bear all the prospects of having a successful season. Union opened its season at home, defeating the Ithaca School of Physical Education, 40-26. Three full teams took part in the game, having no trouble at all in running up a large score. . Cathedral College was played a week later, the Garnet team winning handily, 40-23. Union was in the lead throughout. the.contest and was never hard pressed. Gn its Metropolitan trip the team defeated St. Stephen,s College at Annan- dale, 44-30. Cn the following night, Union, unused to the small court, was defeated by Brooklyn Polytechnic Institute, 25-36. Qn returning to school after the Christmas holidays, the team resumed its winning form, defeating Albany Law School, 35-24. Stevens Institute then came to Schenectady with a very fast team, defeating the Garnet, 2.9-27, in the last minute of play. We then were visited by Pratt Institute, beating them by the close score of 30-27. Union met its strongest opposition at Canton, where it was defeated by the Larries, 26-12. On returning to Schenectady, the Albany College of Pharmacy was easily taken into camp to the tune of 41-18. v On the following night the team traveled over to Troy to meet our traditional rivals, R. P. I. Union maintained the lead throughout a hard fought game, to defeat the Engineers, 32-24. Cn its New England trip the Union team ran up against some tough opposi- tion in Harvard. A heart-breaking shot as the gun went off spelled complete disaster for the Garnet, deciding the game in favor of Harvard, 30-29. The fol- lowing night the team met defeat at the hands of the strong M. I. T. quintet, 39-30. VV e then traveled to Clinton, only to meet defeat by Hamilton. I A last min- ute rally by the Union team fell short, Hamilton winning, 39-30. In the last intercollegiate game of the season the Engineers came over here seeking revenge for their previous defeat, and got it in a rough- and tumble game. winning, 37-25. ' The Union team closed its season against the Alumni, losing, 54-34. The former Union stars presented a surprisingly remarkable offense and defense, having little trouble in running roughshod over the varsity. In addition to the brilliant playing of Captain Nitchman and H. Livingston, Rice played a stellar game as also did Hotaling, Bullard, and VV. Livingston., Two Hlzmcirvd Eight Q Basketball, 1929-1930 W'ILLIAAI H. HARDLIAN LOUIS I. RINALDI . NELSON WV. NITCI-IMAN RICHARD M. BAIRD . CHARLES I. BARTLETT RICE, NORRIS . . HOTALING . . . OFFICERS ' TEAM n 0 . . H. LIVINGSTON, GATES, BROOKS . NITCIIMAN, ROSENTIIAL BULLARD, XV. LIVINGSTON . . Coach . Assistant Coach . . C aptain . . , Manager Assistant Manager . Right Forwards . Left Forward . Centers Right Gnards Left Guards SCORES ' Union 40 Ithaca 26 Union 12 St. Lawrence 26 Union 40 Cathedral - 23 Union 41 Albany Pharmacy 18 Union 44 Sty Stephen'S '38 Union 38 R. P. I. 29 Union 23 Brooklyn Poly 38 i ' ' Union Z9 Harvard 30 Union 35 Albany Law 24 Union 30 M. I, T. 39 Union 27 Stevens 29 Union 29 Hamilton 35- Union 30 Pratt 27 Union 25 R. P. I. 37 Union 34 Alumni 54 POINTS SCORED Union, 5313 Opponents, 473 l r 1 l in I I I oo Hznzzlfra' Seveiz f. L M Q y ,,,., VARSITY BASEBALL SQUAD, 1929 IBASIEIBAILIL superbly played game. Kern and 0'Brien engaged in a thrilling mound duel limiting the opposition to four and two hits respectively. St. Lawrence scored the lone tally of the game in the fourth canto when with two out a batter reached first on an error, to score on two successive hits. The score: R. H. E. St. Lawrence ..... 0001000300-l 4 2 Union ........... 000000000-O21 Batteries-O,Purien and Olmstead , Kern and Ryan. Base on Balls-O'Brien 3, Kern 2. Struck Out-O'Brien 7, Kern 3. Passed Ball-Olmstead. The Hamilton game proved to be another splendidly played contest with the Garnet coming out on top by a 2-l score. Kern was again the master of the situation at all times, letting down the opponents with three widely scattered hits and deserving a shutout. Union scored in the opening frame when Lou Pnruhn drew a walk, advanced on a sacrifice, and rode home on hits by Len Terry and Kern. In the fifth inning Les Terry opened with a single to right, went to second when Len Terry beat out a tap to the pitcher, both advanced on a double steal, the former scoring when the second baseman threw wildly to third. Hamilton scored in the ninth on two errors and a passed ball. The score: R. H. E. Hamilton.. ...00OOOOOOl-13 2 Union ........... IOOOIOOOX-273 Batteries-Calkins and Chatfieldg Kern and Ryan. Base on Balls-Calkins 3, Kern 5. Struck Gut-Calkins 6, Kern 9. VVild Pitch-Kern. Passed Balls- Ryan 2. Two Base Hits-Lou Bruhn, Len Terry. K Leaving for a two game trip, the hrst, a return game with Hamilton, was cancelled on account of rain, so that the team moved on to Rochester where another close game resulted. Union pulled the game out of the fire in the ninth, 2-l, when with one out Fritz Bruhn got a life on an infield error, advanced to second on an infield putout, and scored on Reville's slashing single to left center. Rochester was the first to score in the hfth and Union knotted the count in the sixth on hits by Len Terry and Kern, coupled with an error. Kern again dis- played form on the mound that earned him -a tryout with the Rochester Red Wings. The score: ' L R. H. E. Union .... .... O 00001001-272, Rochester ........ 000010000-19 3' Batteries-Kern and Ryan, Burns and Straub. Base on Balls--Kern 3, Burns 2. Struck Gut-Kern 7, Burns 2. Passed Balls-Ryan 2. Two H zmdred Twelve 1 I p Baseball Season 1929 The initial call for baseball candidates w-as issued early in February more than sixty men responding. Prospects for the season. were dubious due to the loss of the catcher, the entire inield and an outfielder from the preceding year's team. The one bright spot on the horizon was the presence of Captain Kern whose past performances in the box warranted entertaining hopes for a suc- cessful year despite the absence of a veteran supporting cast. I . T The Colgate game, slated -as the inaugural contest, was rained out, which brought the all important Rensselaer Poly game at Troy as the actual opener. Prevailing weather conditions were excellent as was the exhibition of thee team, particularly that of Kern who pitched a no hit no run game. But two Rensselaer men reached base and both were left stranded at the mid-way bag. Union garn- ered fifteen hits from the collective offerings of the opposing hurlers, Nitchman, Reville and Kern leading the assault. The score: A R. H. E. Union ..... .... 0 04000113-9152 Rensselaer ....... O 0 0 0 O OO 00-0 O l Batteries-Kern and Ryan, Merrill, Montie and Gersten. Base on Balls- Merrill 2. Struck Out-Kern 8, Merrill 2, Montie 1. Passed Balls-Gersten 2. Three Base Hits-Nitchman, Kern. p ' V Again in the Williams game jupiter Pluvius interfered so that the Union team was idle until the Rutgers game. Our opponents presented a formidable line-up headed by Garrett, one of the season's leading southpaw pitchers in college baseball. Kern performed erratically in the cold and rain, five errors by his team aiding considerably to his downfall. Garrett fanned eleven and Kern eight, but a wider margin prevailed in the offensive of the teams, Rutgers having a commanding lead with ten hits to the Garnet's four. Thescore: b R. H. E. Union ..... ..... O OOOOOOO0-O45 Rutgers ......... O1100500x-710 1 Batteries-Kern and Ryan, Garrett and Newson.. Basehon Balls-Kern 2. Struck Out-Kern 8, Garrett ll. NVild Pitches-Kern 4. Hit Batters-Kern 3. Two Base Hits-Newson, Boetcher, Howard. Home Run-Howard. Carrying out the Hrinly established custom of closely played, hard fought contests with St. Lawrence, our team went down before the Larries l-O in a I to H1 nailed Vlefuen NYU' 6 si f' as The scholastic ineligibility of Kahn, a truly excellent short stop and batter, was a severe blow to the team as it removed the only veteran inhelder available. Despite this loss a fairly good infield was built up with Mitchell at first, Fritz Bruhn at second, Les Terry at short and Lou Bruhn at third. Since Mitchell is the only one graduated and with the return of Kahn to the fold, this season coming should find us Well hxed for intielders. Aside from Len Terry, who roamed far and Wide to gather in outfield smashes of the opponents and clouted for a splendid average of .364, the outlielding left much to be desired. - Ryan, in his first year as a catcher, proved to be a hard Working but erratic receiver, thereby cutting down the effectiveness of Kern to a marked degree. VVith -a year's experience under his belt it is hoped that he will blossom out in fine style this season. Upon Yackel and Meridith, pitchers, rests the teamls salvation in 1930. Both have shown fleeting and infrequent flashes oi ability in the past -and should they arrive to stay, the coach's vvorries will be greatly lessened. A composite box-score of the season follows: COMPOSITE BOX-SCORE SEASON OF 1929. Player G ABR H 2B3BHRTBBBSHHPSOSB RBI Ave. PO A E Ave. BRUHN,L. ....... 729371008 20 0411 2416103.842 TERRY,W.L. ,... 72336 0006 52 0322.261 7145.808 REVILLE .......... 623361007000802.2611601.938 MCDOWELL ....... 514010001010401.0712001000 KERN ............ 730.2801010100401.2674242.933 NITCHMAN ........ 72633010s010504.1158101000 RYAN .... ........ 7 27261109200202.2225192.968 BRUHN,F. ....... 7258510061008022008285816 MITCHELL ....... ..7 2525 0005 001101.20076 101000 TERRv,L ........ 62218 20010 00 05 10 .36411001000 Totals ...... . 7244 22 55 6 8 067 11 4 139 417 .225189 8218 .934 Opponents ........ 7 228 23 43 5 2 1 55 19 11 5 48 19 17 .188 189 89 24 .921 Earned Runs: Union 15, Opponents 9. Left on Base: Union 46, Opponents 49. First on Errors: Union 17, Opponents 12. Double Playgg Union 1, Opponents 6, cycf Two Hundred Fonrieen MIINUIR SIPGDIRWS I. HAROLD WITTNER Assistant Director of Physical Traiiiiiig and Athletics . V Coach of VCl7'.S"llj.' Baseball and Fifcslimaii Basketball, flssistaiit Coach of Vafsity Footbdll I MINOR AND FRESHMAN SPORT MANAGERS Jox-1N GREJET, Igvwsse RIQNALD DIXON, Hockey ARTHUR MCCORMICK, Swimming HARVEY HALL, Tennis OHN ITCHCOCK, reshman Football JACK BEALE, Golf WALTER RYON, Freshman Basketball Two Himdred .S'i,i'tcen XY1 Ldcrosse, 1929 OFFICERS LLTM1 i'iARKNESS, Coach GILBERT JOHN POTTER, Captain GRANVILLE HILLS, Mcmagei' TEAM POTTER 'I,ixU'r1zR1mc1a1 FORBES E. FINEOAN H Em NGER FOSTER DELONG Son 1 ERLOH ENGLE SIMSON IIISIIIER CLARK il L 1 I fnion Qnion Union i - SCORES 9' Y Y U 3 A . . . . STRANAHAN S. ADAMS KRECKMAN EAGLESON nion 7g Hobart O 93 llarvzml 4 U Union SQ Colgate 3 ' ' - ' 'Union 75 St. Lawrence 5 lg Ywlc 3 I Union lOg VVilliamS 1 Vnwv 111111 Iilllillll fin! fm' jim! 1214160 in 1I,Uf'f0IlfI1 ruling Y wo llzizidrcd Svzfvnlccizi i ,in my ins in: li 1 11 'il y 4 ii ii' I 1 x X I L, We Jil? i i ,i,. ii 1 , , N P. X, 'v 4 my iii I I ii 1. ai +R i lr f! 1, in 11, i N. ii if li i j 1 ii Qi W ,ii R., iii W li !ii iv' ii if? Ii! lui ii i 1 it H ii i li :qi 'i ,ii W i ii in IH. i I 4 l E i ii U fi ii i. i iii 'i. iii ,,i . it 'iii il! JH ii li E ii f R, iii Vi yi In i Li z-1 , W 51 il i "i Q! 1, yfiij ,T 1 .U v 1 ,Ii N, ii ii , , in wi 1, 'F Vi in T: 1 H i i i , iii S 1 i .W I A :il WI Iii 11 ,N .ily 1 Swimming, 1930 THEODORE LYDGATE, Coach , ARTHUR E. Nl:CCORMICK,0lCl710g67' GEORGE G. KNIGHT, Captain JOHN W. POWELL, Assistant Manager SCORES ' Union 12 Worcester Poly 50 Union 36 Delaware 26 Union l2 Amherst 50 Union 26 Colgate 36 Union 32 R. P. L 30 Union 2l R. P. I. 50 Union 43 Lafayette 19 Union 37 Cornell 23 UNION'S TANK RECORDS Event Record Holder 40-Yard Dash 0:20 275 L. C. CLAPP, '27 50-Yard Dash 0:25 L. C. CLAPP,',27 100-Yard Dash 0:59 L. C. CLAPP, '27 100-Yard Backstrolec l:l4 U5 I. W. BRUBACKER, '25- 15O-Yard Backstroke 1:57 C, B. :PE-RKINS, '29 100-Yard B-rcaststroke E l:2l VV. F. BONNEL, '30 200-Yard Breaststrolee 2344 475 W, F, BONNEL, '30 220-YCUTI S'wi711' 2:47 175 I. VV. BRUBACKER, '25 440-Yard Swim 6:11 C. A. RYAN, '30 H. TERRY, '30 200,ya,,d Relay 1:45 C. B. PERKINS, '29 Two Htmdred Eighteen I. B. LITTLE, '29 L. C. CLAPP, '27 fi W Nw. - Hockey, 1930 HfXROLD A. L.fxuR4xBEE Coach JOHN S. BEALI2 . Captain . . Manager RONA-XLIJ Drxox . FR.-xxx IZ. CI,l1-'I-'mm . SCQRES lfuifm 3 Connccticut Aggies O lfnifm 3 St. ,lOhl1'S 1 Lllliflll 1 Norwich 1 lfnifm 1 Cmncll 7 lfnifm U l,Clll1SylVZlHiZL 9 'li-:uw lflzzlrfzwl Nim'l4'f'11 1 N N 1 Y Y w 1 Assistant Managev' Tennis, 1929 OFFICERS 'Prof. HUGH MILLER Coach SPENCER H. PEETS . Captam FRANCIS C. BRADT . Manager HARVEY P. HALL . Asszstant Manager I SCQRES Union 3 5 Amherst 4 Two Hundred Twenty Union Union Union '65 Boston 1 65 Middlebury O 3gC. C. N.Y.4 Golf, 1929 T E AM fain R, Ii1z.xx.r-1, If. Zu-zmalz, tl, l:31s.,xLE, S. XNELLFORD CORBIN, W. MCIQWAN SCORES Uuirm llllifjll Union Union Union Unicm 9: 5 1 . 3 23 7. v, Q Fordham O Hamilton 1 Army 5 Amherst 3 Culgate 2 Colgate 3 Two lfnudrvd T-wcnly-one Freshman Football DONALD F. HYLAND . JOHN D. HITCHCOCK HORACE M. HAGAR . N1'fCHL1AN, DILL, Left End TEFT, GILLETTE, Left Tackle PRATHERS, KING, Left Gnard BARNETT, SINGLE, Center JOHNSON, PARKER, Right Ga OFFICERS , . . Coach . . M anager , . Assistant M ana ger TEAM GRANT, LENDER, Right Tackle BAVISIOTTO, CLARK, Right End LILLYWHITE, Quarterback FINEGAN, Left Halfback A SULLIVAN, Right Halfback L ard MURRAY, NUCKOLS ............ Fnllback SCORES Union 39, Hoosac School O Union Union Union 133 R. P. I. Frosh O 6g Oswego Normal 13 273 Troy Conference 6 Freshman Basketball I. HAROLD WITTNER . . WALTER G. RYON . HIGGINS, FRASER DILL, CONNOR . ACKLEY, BARNETT NlURRAY, LILLYWI-IIT SINGLE, LENDER - E Union 16 Union 19 Union 22 Union 31 Union 24 Two Hundred Twenty-two OFFICERS . . Coach - . Manager TEAM . . . Right F or-wards . Left Forwards . Centers . . Right Gita-rds - - Left Guards SCORES Schenectady High 18 Hoosick Falls High 27 Peekskill M. A. 31 Gloversville High 17 R. P. I.,F1'CSl'11T1C11 23 Freshman Cross-Country GFEICERS FRANCIS B. STEVENS . g Coach JAMES A. HUME Manager TEAM ' CAPTAIN CAPELLE, I-IOLLERAN, PIPER, VAN ZILE, BOERNER, DIETZ, REEDER 4 SCORES Union 19 R. P. I. 36 QUADRANGULAR MEET Albany 32 C. B. A. Union 34 Troy I. C. A. A. A. A. Union Freshmen placed fifth Union Freshmen placed Seconclq 65 79 1--N. Y. U., 2-Cornell, 3-Syracuse, 4-Yale, 5-Union Freshman Hockey OFFICERS HENRY LAURENCE ACI-IIT,LES . . Coach FRANCIS E. CLIFFORD . . . Mfmflgef' TEAM GILLETTE . - -, - Goal SCHOONMAKER R?Qh'5 Defense YOUNG . Left Defense CROPLEY . - Center NUCKOLS n . Left Forward D, PARKER . Right F01'wcw'd SCORES Union 4 Schenectady All Stars 3 Union 4 Schenectady High 3 Two ,Hzmdred Twvzrly-flzrcc Department of Physical Training and Athletics SIXTH ANNUAL INDOOR CHAMPIONSHIPS WRESTLING-BOXING Interclass Competition for George C. Foote Loving Cup Alumni Gymnasium, March 25, 1930 ORDER OF EVENTS AND RESULTS Event N 0. 1-Fencing VVilliam L. Hewitt, '32, defeated Peter E. A. Pallo, '31 Event No. 2-VV1'estZing Divisions: All Fin-als 115 lbs. Carl J. Murphy, '31, defeated joseph M. Capritta, "32' 125 lbs. P. A. Cassella, '31, defeated LI. H. Erlich, '30 135 lbs. A. C. Salvatore, '31, defeated Charles Boerner, '33 145 lbs. Edward Cohen, '31, defeated W. F. Deminff '33 .237 158 lbs. J. P. Faulisi, '33, defeated Charles K. Dorn, '32 175 lbs. VV. K. Hoffman, '32, defeated H. R. Ajosa, '33 Unlimited: C. A. Hansen, Ir., '30, defeated C. M. Scraiford, '33 Event N 0. 3-Boxing Divisions: All Finals 115. lbs. Cf. Hayward, '32, 1929 champion-unchallenged 125 lbs. Thomas I. Whelaii, '32, defeated F. E. Kershaw, '31 135 lbs. AE. S. Hill, '30, 'defeated Samuel Baer, '32 145 lbs. D. S. Brown, '33, defeated Edward Hinden, '32 158 lbs. F. A. Cinella, '32, defeated Charles K. Dorn, '32 175 lbs. W. K. Hoffman, '32, defeated HQ R. Ajosa, fss Unlimited: R. B. Reid, '30, defaulted to C. A. Hansen, Ir., '30 A CLASS SCORES Wfon by: Class Second : Class Third : Class Fourth : Class Two H nndred Twenty-four with 45 points with 26 points with 25 points with 18 points fi " W4-. Z ACTIIVII TIIIES' 1- '1 1 1 1 1111 E 1 1111' A 1 1111 1111 3 'H11 ff ' 151' ' ' 11111, 1 1 11111 ,- , 1111 , 1, 125, ,,- 11111 1 A1151 91 111711 X11 V 1 QM! ,11 111 -, 1 1 11,1 1 1 115 1 1 11'- 11i3 1 W1 1 ,' 1 1 , 1, ,' j 1 111 111 ,111 1 ,, l 4 11 , , 11 Y y . J! 13, 1111, 1, , 11" 'I C1 li , 1 1 '111 11, 1.1 E1 ' 113 15 1 11 1 11 111 1 111, 21 1111 1 111 111 1 '1 1111 11 - 1 1, 1 '13 1 111 , 111 1 71 11, 111 1 11 11 1 11111 1 f, 11 , 111' 1 21 11 1' 1 ll, 111 1 1111111 1 '11 Ulf' ' N 1 1 1:1 ET!! 1111 5 111 1', ,, 11-1' 1, 1 11 111 1 ,111 2 1, 115 , g 1 1-1 , 1111' 11 1 1 1 11' 1 1 1 111 1:11 , 1 1- , 1 A , .1 1 11 1 1 In 1 131411 1111 Q11 1 , , , , , 1.1 , 1 11 1 11 1,1 , 1, 1 11: -1 11' 1 1 1111 2,1 1 , 1 11 11 1 Y 1- 1 121 11 111 K V. 111' 1 1 'ff 1 114 !l 1.1 1. '11 ,1,, 1 11, L1 1 11 V 1 if 1 1 11 ' '1 I1 , 11 ,' 1, 11, ' 1,1 1,1 A ,1 11 ' I1 '13 1 11 11, 1 1 ', 115 111 , 111 5 1,1 11 :j11 ' '1 1,1 la' '1 111 1 ' 1' V 11,1 , ,1 :1 II' 111 1, .111 1 11,' , 1 1 '1 -1' , 11 I1 , 11, 1 ,V ., 111, k ,1- 1 1,1 -11 :iz .1 11 , 1 1 1 , 11 , , 1 , 1 ,1 1 1 1 , 1 , nl, E-,w-.nt ... ly ,K ..,.,.,gu.... .i.,. ..,. l EDXVARD s. FINEGAN JAMES A. Fc-,OTE Presiident Secyemm, The Student Body Eow,xRD S. rlfixizo.-xx . . Pyegidgmf james A. Foore U 5'eC,,em,,y Regular meetings of the Union College Student Body, held every Monday morning in the college chapel, give to the students the right of free speech and criticism. This weekly meeting has so firmly imbedded itself in the hearts of Union men that it has become, as it should be, an institution. At these meetings students can offer constructive criticisms or demand remedy for anything that may be detrimental to the happiness and enjoyment of this college life. The organization ol' the Student Body has been a successful attempt at self- government. The voicing of student opinion is its fundamental basis. It also provides a unity of action for a college that is practically all-fraternity. lifbciency has been the key-note of all transacted business. Qne may look with pride on the success of this institution that has brought a happier enjoyment of college life and a lfeener realization of self-responsibility to its members. Two Himdrvd 'I'-zwiily-H-tic Undergraduate Publlcatlon Board Dum C. F. F. CTARIS . P1 cszdent DOLGLAS CAMERON Secaefaq H KRTIEY F. DEWEY . T1 easzuer C FACUI TY MEMBERS Dr. Harold A. Larrabe Dean C F F Gaub P1of Raymond I He1r1cl lVilliam H. Gilgoro Harvey P. Hall Douglas S. Cameron lolm Clarkeson T L0 Hzmdrcd Tfzoezzfy-sm Pi Delta Epsi on Nm I". KliliQ'liXI.XN . Pl'6'Sid61l1f IN 13. lI1'1'cn1vm1Q , . Vice-President kvxix' I'. Il Xl IJau1l'hL1'cx I' If Klruris Vml. IMLXHIIJINI Xl. llc,-Vrick Pm! lldlfnlfl AX. l.:u'rz1I,cc XIIIUJII Xl, l.1m1 XII lbwwlwl X'lIl Xvc'1'y XI1 lJ'lllIl'l Ii XX:-1-ks 4 . 1 mwmrl XX l urlml IUIIII f,C1,l1X 5 flllllfx II Iv-lnflwll 1111 uflfm' li Xl4'l'xx':1ll:'f SCC1'CfC7I'J'-TI'CGS'll'l'C'1' lm C. XX7e1'1e Saul Harris ,Xrthur E. McCormick Robert XXI. Bascom Douglas S. Cameron -john T. Groet llzlrry EX. Rositzke .john Cl21l'kCSO11 XfX'illiz1m R. Gilgore lizmlstnm H. Reid 'I-mr lllfllfllwf liwlllx'-.wI'4'1n EWR' THE C CORIJIENSIS AI'3O!XIQ ,I J i HENRY FRANKLIN KRECKMAN CHARLES HOWARD KENDALL Edz'tor-z'11- C11 ief B zisiiiess M 01109670 Th d' ' e Concor lensls HENRY FRANKLIN IQRECKM.-XX, '30 . Editor-in-Chief THEODORE RICHARD AICILXVAINE, '30 - . . Managing Editor IRA CHARLES XVERLE, '30 . . . Sports Editor ROBERT IVVILLIAM BASCOAI, '30 ...... . News Editor D. ALLEN, '31 I. F. BAILEY, JR., '31 A. C. BAECIILIN, '32 R . S. COCKS, '32 . G. COLE, '33 J. I. ENGLISH, 33 NV. T. ELIJREIJ, '33 D. EFERON, '33 G. R. BELL, '33 D ASSOCIATE EDITORS A. S. AIILLER, '31 H. A. ROSITZKE, '31 ASSISTANT EDITORS A. E. FREEDMAN, '32 XY. BI. HALL, '32 REPORTERS F. D. GITLSLEICHTER, '33 L. I. I'IORXVITZ, '33 S. IQANZER, '33 BI. IZ. AIYERS, '33 XV. P. PALMER. '33 S. D. RIQVIIQR, '33 MANAGIQRIAI. STAFF CHARLES ILIOXVARIV KlffiIJ.XI.I,, 311 ..... SAUL HAIQIQIS, '31 . D. CAMERON, '31 J. CLAICKICSUN, '31 . J: xfV.VCl.'M5IlNlL, '31 Q- I. AfIUI4I'llY, 31 . R. P. lHfJXII'SONI, '32 .X N IDI IJAT li ISUSI N HSS MANAGE R. S. VROOBIAN, '31 J. XNEINSTEIN, '31 WY R. HARRYBIAN, '32 M. B. PALMER, '32 H. K. RUSCHRIEYER, '33 J. B. RUSSELL, '33 I. SAIDEL, '33 IV. I.. TOMPKINS, '33 D. C. VV.-XLKER, '3 . . Bizisizzcss . Circitlatiozt .flssistazit Business fIssistcz11t Biisiiztess flssistatzt Biisiatess KISSISICIIII Bitsilzcss RS 3 Matzagcz Manage: Mcmdget Nfatzagel Maizaget Manczgc XV. M. UNIJIEIINNVOOD, '32 'I wo f'IIJI1lIIl'l'd Ttcfflllj'-zzilzz' A THE 1931 GARNICT 'IEOARD N l 1 l l DOUGL.-xs SLO.-KN CAMERON JOHN TIiEODORE GROET Edirol'-in-Clzief Business M anager 1931 Garnet Board A DOUGLAS SLO.-XX CARIERON JOHN THEODORE GROET ROBERT CLARENOON MAXON CLARKE POMEROY SEARLE CODM.-xx lTlISLOl' . STAFF - - . EdiiO1'-in-Chief - Business Manager Athletic Editor Lizferczry Editor . Assisfmzt Ediior ASSOCIATE EDITORS james D. Allen ROlJEII't Bl. .Xtwell lYalter G. llziirfl Charles -I. lizirtlett Qouis G. lirulm ,Peter XX. Cizissellzi Shelrlrm Church 'Oseph Davis Phillip linglish Jonas l'li'l'lllllQ'lM'I'Q -runes ll. l'lynn, jx. V 2lllll'S l,. Ungar ljflllillfl Y. llilylllilil Robert D. Ives joseph Jacobs George P. Jones Merrell E. Lewis l--liarolcl Livingston john A. McCague Lelifert B. Mendes Cortlanclt Poey Harry A. Rositzlie Leonzircl S. Terry Kenneth lfl. Nllzitson lliclwzircl B. Wfintersleen lfrzincis li. lYitter ,. f- A Iwo lllllldlwi ll1:1'.'y-ml . l i l 3 . lii li fi' 1. l i I r I 1" ,'.. ,:. l Ng Vi 1 , U All ,I :-:N 21,1 i ri ll 4 , 4 1 nl nl 1 1 n f ,i Q a .51 9, l l eil ll in V 95 i 1, ,Eu I .1 . v s 7i 1 I rn ,S ll ia 1 1 r i 1 l is rl ,I Sl I., l . l ri HARRY A. Rosirzimz JOHN CT-ARKESON Edit0,,,m,Chief Bnsiness Manager f' The Handbook HARRY A. Rosrrzxn . . Editor-in-Chrief JOHN CLARKESQN Bnsinoss llafcznager The Union College Handbook is a guide of general information for the benefit of undergraduates, published annually under the supervision of the Pub- lication Board, which elects the Editor and the Business Manager from the junior class. The Handbook contains a complete account of all college activities and organ- izations together with a short resume of the history and traditions of the college, the college administration, freshman rules, and other items of undergraduate interest. To aid the freshmen in becoming acquainted with the traditions and spir1t of Union, the Handbook is mailed to the incoming freshman class during the summer months. The Handbook is distributed to members of other classes upon registration. A 1 l' Tzro H nndred Thnfty-two . vw:,,',kZl,,,-. - Wgx-s' S 'f r n -, ,r H- 'V 5 '4 ',...:iUQ3rt -'rl' l 1 N T l HARVIQY P. H.ALL WILLIAM GILGORE I Editof'-rz'11-Chfief Business M cmager l l l The Idol The Idol, Union Colleges literary magazine, is now in its third year. The paper was lirst published in the spring of 1928 and ever since its inception has showed signs of promising success. Six numbers are published through the p college year. They contain short stories, articles about prominent men of letters, l verse and reviews of contemporary fiction and poetry. I Up to the present time, only a small percentage of the student body has realized that The Idol was instituted to give them an opportunity to publish l whatever serious, creative, or critical writing they do. For this reason, the Idol l Staff has been forced to rely upon a few students, contributions. It is reasonable to expect, however, that the next year or two will bring increasing interest in the colleges youngest student publication, permitting it to choose material from a wealth of contributions, and insuring the strength and stability that it deserves. l l l l 1 Tien Himdred Tlzirfgi-tlzlree Union College News 'Bureau HARRY A. ROSITZKE . . . U7ld81'g1'Gd'Zl'Gf6 Director JACOB WEINSVTEIN . . Assistant U7Zfd6l'gI'GdILGlC Director MILTON M. ENZER ........ Faculty Adviser 1 President Day's appointment this year of a full time adviser to direct the affairs of the Union College News Bureau, now located in the Administration Building, has proved successful. The Bureau has increasingly systematizedu the publishing of all news about Union College in the newspapers and 1112lg?lZ11'1CS- The clipping bureau, usually about 2070 efficient, has returned 1083 clippings from 3421 newspapers in 247 cities of 46 st-ates and the District of Columbia, for the period beginning last September and ending March 1. n Perhaps 'one of the most important functions of the Bureau is the sending of "personals " to the home-town and, whenever possible, preparatory school newspapers. Every 'undergraduate who attains scholarly honors or who takes part in extra-curricular activities is thus " covered." The chief function of the News Bureau, however, is two-fold: to have 21 highly organized system of handling the news copy of the college so that Union will have and maintain its deserved place with other colleges before the pulJl1C, and, to guard against unauthoritative and detrimental publicity. Two Hzmdred Tlzirfy-foifr A. H'OXN'ARD ABELL FRANK M. KNIGH1' Director Bzisiiiess M amzgei' The Musical Clubs The Union College Musical Clubs have tried this year to continue to raise their standards, both in quality of performance and in the quality of the pro- gram. The success in the former is still speculative, but in the latter the Union clubs have kept pace with the general intercollegiate trend. An attempt has been made in both the Glee and Instrumental Clubs this year to vary the presented program. The Glee Club has sung a Bach chorale, Maiden Fair O Deigiz fo Tell by Haydn, and two choruses by Handel. The folk song group has consisted of arrangements, by Archibald T. Davison and Marshall Bartholeniew, of spirituals and shanties and British and Scotch tunes. The rest of the program has been made up of numbers by' Selim Palmgren, Parry, Haydn 'Wood Dr. Callcott, and The ElIf7'UllfC0 and MU7'CIL of the Peers from Gilbert and Sullivan's lolczziflze. The Instrumental Club contributes the first movement of Haydn's Loudon Syinfflzony in D Wfajoi' and a group of classic dances, During the second semester the Musical Clubs will present Gilbert and Sullivanls Trial by fury with the Mountebanlcs at their spring production. ln addition to the regular program Granger Halsey, tenor, and Henry Froehlig, baritone, have sung groups ol solos, and the Garnet Goblins, the college dance orchestra, have contributed their part and besides have arranged a specialty number in which six ol the men represent an 1890 chorus singing, as best it can, songs of the period. The schedule this vear is a very lull one with concerts in Schenectady, Amsterdam, Troy, Albaiiy, jamaica, New York City, and a proposed spring recess tour through New lingland, g I Much of the success ol' the clubs is due to the Director, Howard Abell, and the two student leaders. Their untiring eliliorts have given the groups their hnesse, and the spirit ol the whole organization has been particularly noteworthy under thc-ir lc-:irlei'sliip. Trwi ffIIIICI'l't'!I' 'l'f1ii'l,i'-jim THE MUSICA CLUBS CHARLES IQENDALL ROBERT B. MCDONNELL Leader of IflISf1"lHllC1IfGl Club Leader of Glee Club Instrumental Club C11 ARLES IQENDALI. . PIANO FIRST VIOLINS CAID H. PECK GEORGE E. VAN VVERT WVELLER J. FISHER, JR. FRANK XV. NIORRIS WVALLACE E. ROONEY FTAROLD N. OREALL SECGND VTOLTNS XVILLIANI J. DIZLLES, JR. GEORGE E. SAJHTH JOHN K. LYNCH, JR. IJAYID F,l"l"RON VIOLA ELMISR IDI. XYISIL CIQLIQO JOHN la. Xvlzliluli EDWARD B. NIATES BASS ARNOLD W. VVISE CLARINETS EUGENE F. CONANT ROBERT B. MCDONNELL SAXGPHQNES CHARLES H. ICENDALL JOSEPH SLOVAK FLUTE JAMES TN. HAVJLAND TRUM PETS ROGER E. GRIFFTTH GEORGE V. 'FAFLAN TROMBONE TETENRY M. HOWARD Tivo ll-zrlzdlvcl 'llzzflx Sl LIZ Cjlee Club ROBERT B. MGDONNELL Lmdef' FIRST TENORS THOMAS S. AUSTIN VVILLIAM D. BROOKE TRVINEG M. DOLING H. GRANGER HALSEY VVILLIAM L. LTEWITT XVALLACE E. ROONEY H. VVILLIAM SMTTH, JR. XNALTER A. TIIUREER XVILLIAM H. SPENCER TIAIEODORE M. XVOJCIK SECOND TENORS THOMAS H. ANDREWS ANTHONY B. CI-IEER ' EDMUND M. DEARSTYNE H..CYRIL DIXION VVALLAGE B. TQINGSBURY F. WALLACE MORRIS GORDON BENNETT EUGENE F . CONANT JOHN F. DEARSTYNE XNELLER J. FISHER, JR. HENRY R. FROEHLIG' ROGER E. GRIFFITH JAMES VV. HAVILAND CHARLES F. HOADLEY :HENRY M. HOWARD, JR. JOSEPH S. QLENDER JOHN S. REEDER LEON B. XMARNER ARNOLD VV. VVISE ELMER H. XVISE VVILLIAM J. SI-IERTENLIEB FIRST BASS VVILLIAM B. TQNODERER EDWIN G. MULBERRX' NELSON F. PARKE NIORMAN T. PECK JOSEPH SLOVAK DONALD' J. VAN IQEUREN JOHN E. VVEBER GEORGE E. VAN WERT SECOND BASS MERLE G. ATKINS VVARD W.. BRIGGS JOSEPH B. CADY RONALD C. DIXON RALPH C."DIXON CHARLES H. KENDALI, FRANK M. TQNIGHT SHEPARD W. LEIGII Two Hundred Thirty-eight HORTON E. LINDSLEY EDWARD B. MATES ROBERT B. MCDONNELL BERTRAM A. NAGHMAN MORTILIER L. NAGEL RUSSELL 'M. SCI-IERMERH-O SEEBER C. TARBELL EDWARD B. VVINTERSTEEN RN lxn XI.lJHLl5M, A2 Garnet Goblins ARLHS Il IXhNIxXLL, JO IHWI SLU XRTlH'R 51WIHIIW' 31 SlHURXkU XX' I11111 'EU X , fnfnunf 1 IYXIIIY '37 .Leader and FUano Saxophone .Saxophone .Saxophone Ihwwns YUwHnpet wo l!1111dl'1'd '!'l11'1'l5'-11i11f , Q Two MR. EUGENE F. CONANT ROBERT B. MGDONNELL EDWIN G. MULBURY JOHN G. RANKIN MERLE G. ATKINS W'ALTER H. BEERS VVILLIAM D. BROOKE EDNVARD C. DONEY THOMAS H. ANDREWS VVILLIAM F. BONNELL XVARD W. BRIGGS HERBERT C. DIXON THOMAS S. AUSTIN HAYWARD G. HALSEY CHARLES E. HOADLEY OSVVALD H. JOHNSON fJ'lHIl171'C'd Forty Chow ELMER A. TIWDMARSH, Dl'1'I?Cf0l' 1930 RUSSELL M. SCHERMERHORN LYNWOOD T. STODDEN SEEBER C. TARBELL IRA C. WERLE 1931 CODMAN HISLOP HENRY M. HOXVARD ROBERT D. IVES THEODORE M. XVOJCIK 1932 VVILLIAM S. FOSTER HENRY R. FROEHLIG JAMES VV. HAXVILAND VVILLIAM L. HEXNVITT KTARL E. HOEE 1933 VVALLACE B. KINGSBURY HORTON E. LINDSEY EDXVARD B. NIATES HERBERT W. SMITH XVILLIAM H. SPENCER I E i 1 1 I 1 1 -1 I Umon College Band PROF. CHARLES T. MALE . . . , Coach EUGENE F. CONANT . . . . , Lgadey CDRNETS STANLEY G. FISIIER, '33 CARL M. JOHNSON, '31 HENRY J. SMITH, '32 SAMUEL E. HE.XI-EX', '32 PETER J. C. SHERXVOOD, '33 BENJAMIN M. WALKER, '33 TROMBONES SHELDON D. BLOOD, '33 PJIENRY M. PIOXVARD, '31 LEONARD L. ROSENTHAL, '32 1 GLENN J. GIBSON, '33 T. HALL PARKER, '33 ELMER H. WISE, '31 1 CLARINETS , I CIIARLES AUDETTE, '31 LAWRENCE HILL, 33 ERBINO R. SABATINI, '33 I XXQALTER H. BEERS, '31 IOIIN J. A. LYONS, '33 JACOB R. SCHAEEER, '32 W ARD H. BUNIRIJS, '33 WAIJH-:R PANAS, '31 FREDERICK S, T'EBBUTT, '32 EUGENE F. CONANT, '30 CIIARLES L. RAYMOND, '32 ARTHUR S. WOODWARD, '33 ' Q ALTOS BARITONE GEORGE F. COOOINS, '31 JOIIN S. IRISII, '31 FREDERICK C. DOMMEYER, '32 NVILLIANI A. CRAwIfORD, '32 AUSTIN F. T. XIANZILE, '33 1 SAXOPHGNES LEO F. IGOLAND, '32 R.'XI.l'lI Ii. DAXVSON, '32 DONALD E. ROWLANDS, '33 GEORGE JW. CODMAN, '33 Iir.mIfR M. RASMUSSEN, '32 SEEBER C. TARBELL, '30 CLARK!-L W. 1'lf.XNNl'I,I., '32 JAY RIFIIAIQIJ, '33 ARNOLD W. WISE, '31 1 FLUTISS XX'l1.l.l.X.Xl I.. 1i.'XII,l-QY, '33 JAMES XV. PIAVILAND, '32 VICRCTUSSIONS y AI.ufIfI.D J, IJIIAI-IfIf,, '30 -IAM:-A li. HOME, '31 WILLIAM J. SHERTENLI1jIB, 31 ITAW.-.'.xIfD YL. Il.II.A.I-w.', '.5.3XX'A1.'I'IfR A. h1f'UONNFT.I., '32 VVIALTER A. THURBER, 33 'VUIGAS , JOHN XV. Ihr. .l'I.I., 3.5 IQDWARII C". IJONI-ZY, '31 lr-IEODORE M. WOICITCI 31 7'-rw llzzzzdlvd F0l'I'j'-0110 OIJZLL 0021-:Suomi pmpffm T.l?Ifli MOUN T IQIHX N K S JOHN COLE CRARY RICHARD ELLIOTT DRAPER P1 651116111 Busmess MG1LGg61 The Mountebcmks jonw C CRARX Preszdent RICHARD E DRAIJIIII Buszness Manager IOHN S IRISII Stage Manager IGIIN A SANIGRD 5eC,em,y EDVVARD L CIRROLL Dwggigqf The yeaI followmg the ElCqL11S1l1011 of the new theatre has been at C1'L1C12ll one for the X1lOUI1tClJZlIllxS XVl1Ctl'161 or not the Splflt and 61ll1l11lS13S1'1l VVl11Cl1 made It posslble to Droetne tlIe theatle NVGIC to eontInue rested on the 2lCCO111Pl1Sl'1f116HtS ot the past yeaI They dnl eontlnue and the O1gEl.111ZZLt1011 has lIVed and grown untll Its aetwe 1NC.111lJLlSlllIJ IS 111 the 1161gl1lJO1llOOCl of S1Xty 111611 and 1tS woIlt 1S C1 valuctlule peut of the eollege lIfe One ol the pleasantest l-Lel'EL1lC,S of the yeaI was at happy CO111lJ1YlElt1011 XV1tl'1 the XlusIetIl Qlubs on two oeeaslons when The Lost S111 Hit was p1OClL1CCCl. l1'1 C.OI1jL11'lCllOIl mth I Nlusleal Club DIOQUI111 and agenn to p1OClL1CC G1llDC1f and Sulhvan s l l ly I y loth ol these JOIHJE 1D1OglEI1DS were so successful thtt It IS Inobftble th It sIIIIIl ll 1J1Og13,1US wIll be g1VC11 often III the futtne The 1flf.tLlS flllfl lllllJlllfJllS of the NlouIItebaIIlcS have been 1E12l1lSldlCCl 11ltO 1C.d.lll1LS by the pIofluctIoII ol sevual pltys ol an eXpeIIInental natuIe and 1 Two II1lIl011Cd FOIMV 1111166 venture into the H isms " of stage design and play production. The first regular production of the year included " The Master of the House," " Spreading the News," a freshman play which disclosed the fact that there was some unusual talent in the class of ,33, and "' X:O," a poetical drama in an expressionistic set. At the regular Spring production a long felt ambition was realized by the produc- tion of " St. Simeon Stylitesf, a delightful and subtle comedy, in an original set- ting, and " Trial by jury," which was excellently sung by members of the Musical Club-s. The Prom and Commencement play will be 4' The Queenls Husband 'E by Robert Sherwood. It isa three act comedy which is certain to please our audiences. The debt on the theatre is being paid even more rapidly than we had hoped to accomplish it. Qur equipment and facilities have been made so complete that we are able to design, build, paint, and light settings entirely in our own work- shops. The organization headed by the Executive Committee has accomplished results smoothly and well. Our experiments and plays have been enthusiastically received by audiences and critics alike. The talent and enthusiasm in the lower classes which must carry on the work bids fair to outdo that of us who have brought the Mountebanks to their present high position. The year has been a happy one and the future is bright. Two Hundred F0r1'y-fam' T au Kappa Alpha ARTI-IUR E. MCCORMICK . . . Pyfggidgm CHARLES H. TQENDALL Sec1fez5a1'y and Tvfeasmfevf MEMBERS GN THE FACULTY Dk. XVILSON L. GODSJIALL JAMES S. GREEN UNDERGRADUATE MEMBERS 1930 CHARLES H. Kl1:NnAr,L RAYMOND G. SMITH ARTIIIQR E. NICCORMICK SEEBER C. TARBELL IQOSCOE L. XVILLIAMS 1931 jfxmfas IJ, A1.r.1'1x ITTARRY A. Ros1'Tz1qE 1932 , 1--V1 N1ILI'CJN ID. LHREE1 Two fjlllldffd Forty-fivfc Varsity Debating DR. WILSON LEON GODSHALL .... Dii1'6Cf0f' JOHN ANTHONY DRZEWIECKI MUYAIGUW' Debazfers Arthur McCormick john A. Davis Theodore Qppenheim Albert Sanford Raymond E. Smith Ralph H. Fisher Roscoe Willianis Leon DeSmidt Seeber Tarbell - Harry Rositzke Milton Lifset Debcztiizg Group Davis, Drzewiecki, Kendall, Tarbell, VVi1liams, Allen, Aussicker, Bruhn, Cameron, DeSmidt, Fisher, Gage G- 1 . . . . 1OCt, Jacobs, Kieitl, Rositzke, Sanford, Cheer, D1C31'lO, Lifset, Sutin, Rappae port, Cerrito, J. A. Davis, H r 't S 'l Burns. McCormick, Qppenheim, Peek, Sarnowski, Smith, O W1 Z, O1 fin, Russell, Wfade, Harris, Hefferman ! Two H1ll1d1'Cd Forty,-sifr Resume of Debaring Season, 1929-1930 . Debating at Union .has become a very popular extracurricular activity. The past season can be considered successful due to the' interest shown by the under- graduates. A group of thirty-five students formed the source' from which the debating teams were chosen. - Union this year led the Way to radio debates, the majority of them being broadcast over the local radio station, XNGY. This method of presenting the debates to the public has seemed more effectual than the old way of giving' them directly to an audience. Union created an auditorium of the air and in this auditorium presented each month a different topic of current interest, due to these efforts, sacrificing in many cases, the fruits of victory. Dr. Godshall again coached the team throughout the season. Those who have been guided by his efficient tutelage realize the importance and far reaching effects of his teachings. The importance and success of the radio debates is realized by the fact that those who listened to them were interested. Several letters throughout the season were received by Dr. Godshall from fans and from many who listened, stating that they desired to hear more debates in the future. The department is' glad to announce that out of the fourteen debates to be held during the next season of 1930-31, seven of them will be broadcast. Four of the remaining seven debates will take the Union team to other colleges and the remaining three will probably be held before some local club. The Kiwanis and Rotary Clubs have sponsored some of the debates held in Schenectady and it is expected that Union will con- tinue to have their appreciated cooperation in the future. - Throughout the past season Union has debated teams representing the fol- lowing institutions: Albany Teachers State College, Elmira College, Colgate Uni- versity, Lafayette College, Swarthmore College, Rutgers University, Bowdoin College, Boston University, Syracuse University and Hamilton College. Many of these teams will be included in the schedule of the season 1930-1931. Two Hmzdrvd F01'1'j'-SC'Z!C1l- 1 l nion College Christian Association RICHARD ELLIOTT DRAPER President FRANK BAILEY, JR. . . Vice-President DOUGLAS LQCLEAN STEVVART . Secretary GRANVILLE HILLS . . Treasurer HENRY LAURENCE ACIIILLES Director CABINET SCHUYLER ADAMS JAMES S. FORBES JAMES L. GAGE HAROLD M. TRAVER ADVISORY BOARD DR. WARREN C. TAYLOR MR. HARTLEY F. DEWEY . . . . , DR. FREDERICK W. GROVER REUBEN D. HEAD, 325 DR. LEONARD CHESTER JONES RICHARD ELLIOTT DRAPER, '30 ASST. PROFESSOR ROBERT W. CROWELL FRANK BAILEY, JR., '31 Two Hundred I7orty-viglzzf HARX'EY P. HALL FREDERICK E. MASER ALAN S. MILLER President Treasurer Junior Prom Committee 4.xc,I4. I l4xf,,.xR limwgl w QRXNI HR f:lRN.xIxI: 11 JRILXN lolm KJIUJLI DAVID S AUTH, C11Clf'l'l1lUlL 1 SHERWROOD ALEXANDER ROBERT KEEGAN PIARRY HEDINGER ARNOLD KAI-IN, ex officio T-wo H1111d1'f'ci Ff7i'fjV-7lill0 Sophomore Soiree Committee KENNETH C. DORN, Chairman KENNETH CERMAK JAMES A. FOOTE FREDERICK A. WYATT JOHN GEORGE Q,GRADY FRANK A. CINELLA THOMAS I. VVHELAN VVALTER A. MCDONNELL, ex officio A Two Hundred Fifty JAMES EXLLIEN N F ' 1 Fresh Peerade Committee JAMES S. FORBES, ClzaEz'1'11La1zL PERRY HOTALING PIAIQVILY DU'l'CllIili RALPH FISHER R.xr.m1 S'r.xRK CHARLES I. BARTLETT CMI, 121-QCK JOHN CLARKESON LIQYJNARIJ S, T1-:RRY JAMES GAGE Two H1111d1'z'd Ffffj'-0110 1 Pi Gamma Mu NEW YORK ALPHA CHAPTER FACULTY MEMBERS WILLIAM W. BENNETT BARENT M. GRAY HAROLD R. ENSLOW FRANCIS B. STEVENS W. LEON GODSHALL CHARLES N. VVALDRON D. RICHARD WEEKS UNDERGRADUATE MEMBERS RONALD C. DIXON DONALD V. HAYMAN BOLESLAUS S. KILIAN SI-IEPARD W. LEIGH Two Huazdred Fifty-two 1930 ROBERT MARGOLIUS ARTHUR E. MCCORMICK ROBERT B. PARKER, JR. JAMES F. ROBINSON, JR. Eta Kappa Nu PHI CHAPTER XVAINO M. IiULliII5I.XINEX .... . P7'C.9fid6Mf S. YYELLI-'UIQIJ Lfwmalx . Vice-Pvfesiclent KENNIl'l'II XY. lQ1c'r1.x1a1ms . . . Secretary Timxms .X C. XX'11.s IQOHICIVI' fl. IilgI.1..x1w Iiflwnrd G. Shairer .aXSSfJL'lnX'VI2 MEMBERS C01'resjJ01azdi11g Sec1'c1fa1fy . . . Treasurer In In-..f1.-mf xx cgi-.Mfr D11 Ernst I- B612 . X Two Hznzdrca' Fiffj,-il11'cL American Society of Cifvil Engineers STUDENT CHAPTER JOHN W. BORDEN, JR. . ..... . u Presiddnlf WILLIAM L. O,CONNOR . VZCC'-P7'0S1dC'7lf WILLIAM J. O,BRIEN 5f'C1'C'ff11'3' VICTORY NIGRINY . .... Treasurer HUGH MII.LER DAVID W. ALLEE 'CLIFTON A. BARBER QUENTIN R. BENNETT V ' JOHN W. BORDEN, JR. LELAND J. HEATH MERLE G. ATKINS CHARLES AUDETTE MICHAEL ERPINO JVJIGGO C. JESPERSEN, CHARLES K. BIEBER ALBERT C. MAESS THOMAS M. TCELLYN I Two Hundred Fifty-four FACULTY MEMBERS 1930 ANDREW' R. JOHNSON ROBERT B. TXALCDONNELL JULIUS L. MILLER VICTORY NIGRINY 1931 CARL M. JOHNSON RANDALL K. LEPPER FREDERICK L. MARSHALL WALTER O. MODESS 1932 'VVLALTER A. MCDONNELL EDVVARD A. SCHNEIDER 1933 GERALD LIELOFSKY J VVARREN C. TAYLOR VVILLIAM J. O,BRIEN STANLEY E. ORBACZ RUSSELL M. SCHERMERHORN ANDREW R. SMITH WILLIAM D. WALLACE VVILLIAM L. O,CONNOR CHARLES G. SCHAUTZ VVILLIAM J. SHERTENLIEB EDWARD ZECLEN HENRY J. SMITH LEWIS G. SMITH CHARLES F. SCHWENKER Chemical Society CARL ACKERBAUER . . PETER SCHUYLER BIILLER LEO SCOTT . . . DR. EDWARD ELLERY DR. CHARLES B. HURD CARL ACKERDAUER PETER SCHUYLER NIILLER CASIMIR VRIICIJISKI . P resident . Vice-President S ecretary-T1'easu1'e1' FACULTY MEMBERS DR. JOHN KERN DR. THOMAS A. VVILSON GRADUATE MEMBER KENNETH E. WALTQER 1930 WVILLIAM I. ROTHEMICH, IR. JOSEPH YSMACH 1931 LEO WILSON SCOTT FRANCIS EGBERT WITTER ASSOCIATE MEMBERS CHARLES LAWRENCE RAYMOND EARL FRANCIS ROTHEMICH PHILLTTI 'HOLMES DEWEY ' .EIENRY JOSEPH SXVANKER M A X xv li L L P LOT N I K Two Hundred Fifty-five J N i JI I. J I J 1 I V 1 T 41 D ,. J. ZQ Q J S 1 V I 1 K I I I 4 1 T i i I English Club OFFICERS DR. EDWARD E. HALE - P10-W0'Wf DR, HARRISON C. COFFIN . . . Secrefaay DWIGHT VAN AVERY . . E.'I.'CC1lfl-'UCP Sccfetaq U FACULTY MEMBERS RAYMOND M. HERRICK JAMES S. GREEN BERTRAND M. WAINGER ARTHUR H. ABELL, JR. EDWARD L. CARROLL JO-SEPH ROTUNDO DANIEL R. WEEKS JAMES A. CAMERON MILTON M. EN CHARLES N. XVALDRON JOHN N. VEDDER BTIORTON C. STEWART HAROLD A. LARRABEE PHILIP STANLEY AUGUSTUS P. ZABUESNIC LEONARD JONES JOSEPH D. DOTY ZER STUDENT MEMBERS JOHN D. HITCHCOCIC HARVEY P. HALL THEODORE S. QPPENHEIM JOHN C. CRARY , RONALD C. DIXON RALSTON B. REID Two HM1Zd1'CCl Fifty-sin: REGINALD L. SWVANN WILBUR J. NICHOLS IRA C. VVERLE HUGH G. DICK SPOTSWOOD W. CORBIN ARTHUR E. MCCORRIICK J VICTOR E. NIINOTTI ALEXANDER S. GILLAN JOHN FASSETT . JOHN A. SWART A. P. ZABUESNIC . CARL GRENELLE BAUMES ERROS DOUGIIIXS BROOKS JOSEPH CZYZEWSKI JOHN FASSETT' JAMES Al,EX:XNI2ER FOOTE SHERMAN XV. A'l'XK'FI.I, GORDON R. BELL EVERETTE D. BLISS WARD H. BUMDUS GEORGE W. CODMAN DAVID NV. CORWIN HERMAN C. CUMMIND ROBERT O. Ijl'ICKIi!4 RAYMOND T. IiNm.lS1I French Club 1932 ALEXANDER SMITH GILLAN W ILLIAM M. HAM CHARLES G. HANE IQARL E. HOEE AUSTIN S. HOG.AN VICTOR E. MINOTTI 1933 GEORGE F. HARRIS IOEIN P. JUDGE XVALLACE B. K.INGSBURY Al,IfRIfIJ C. JCRONK, JR. VVILLIIXM R. LAFLURE, JR. IVSIIXVARIJ R. LENDER DONALD T. LUSK FRANK VV. MORRIS R'IOR'i'INlFlR L. NAGIZL, JR. 'HAROLD N. OREALL . . President Vice-Pzwsident . . Sez:1'eta1'y . . 'I'reasu1'e1' Faculty Advisor VVILLIAM G. RAEEERTY IRVING V. SAX JOHN J. SNAPP, JR. LAURENCE R. SVVART DONALD F. WALLACE DAVID J. PARKER JOHN S. REEDER JOSEPH SAIDEL JOHN C. SEDDON XNILLIAM L. SIIIMER SIBLEY D. SQUIRE JOHN K. SULLIVAN VVILLIAM L. TOMPKINS, JR THOMAS J. WADE Two H1mdrc'd Fz'f1'3--sc L cn HARRY A. ROSITZKE ROBERT C. BLAXON . ALLEN GIFFORD HENRY C. GATES DR. ROBERT VV. CROWELL HENRY GATES SIDNEY KING ROBERT MAXON HARRY ROSITZKE IQENNETH CERMAK IRVINO DOLING VVELLER FISHER, JR. ALLEN GIFFORD NEIL HANNON, JR. JOHN IATOMOSE CHARLES BOERNER JOSEPH COOLEY HOWARD MARX FRIEND MILLER Two Hmzdrcci Fifty-efglzt German Club . . . FACULTY MEMBERS DR. MORTON STEWART 1930 ISRAEL HANDIN 1931 JOSEPH SLOVAK ICENNETH WATSON JONAS FLEMINBERG 1932 JOHN IQELLOGG HAROLD LEBELL EDWIN MEDDEN GERALD MORRELL .JOHN O,GRADY LESTER RAPPAPORT 1933 VVILLIAM PARRY PAUL REGNIER SANFORD REITER JOHN RUSSELL P1 vszdvzzt Vicc'-P1 cszdcnt Sow emu v T1 ca vm er MR. IQRONFELD ARTHUR SARNOWSIII ARTHUR VVILKINSON .JAMES FLYNN THOMAS RIPTON FRANK STEVENS GEORGE TIAPLIN LAWRENCE VVITHINGTON MYRON COHN DONALD KNOX DANIEL RUTENBERG ARTHUR SCHILLER RUDOLPH STROBEL GEORGE SHERIDAN CORTLANDT POEY FRED I. HOLLISIER . XVALTER IDENIATTEO FRANK B. RUOTA . TITO GOMEZ GOMEZ FRED VV. BRUHN 1ALDEN R. BENSON FRANK A. CINFLLA WALTER DENIATTEO HENRY R. FROEHLIG XVLILIAM M. BADCOCIQ ERNEST A. CAPIELIJE GERALD H. CA VIC HAIQIQY H. CHOMA QLARIZNCFH W. IJAVIES CJEORGIS F. DIINVAN AI.IiX.'1..NIJEli P. FHRNANIJ CHARLES SCIIXVENKITR EZ Spanish Club 1931 LEON S. DESIXIID1 CORTLANDT POEY 1932 PASCO A. GERUSO, IR. XVILLIAM HOFFMAN FREDERICK I. FIOLLISTER GROVER HOTALING EDXVARD F. SEITZ, IR. GEORGE SCHLIZGEL, HI 1933 TIIOMAS W. SMITH VVILLTAM T. GEORGE EDXVARIJ R. GRAMM PTICKS G. GRIEEIIIIS HAYWOOD G. I'IAT.SEY FRANK HGIGGINS LAWRENCE S. FIILT. . . P1 eszdent . Vice-P1 eszdent . .S'ec1feta1y . Tmasmer FRANK B. RUOITA DAVID R. SCHOALES WILLIAM TAYLOR WILSON N. UNDERXVOOD GEORGE E. VAN WERT FREDHERICK VVYATT LEWIS 1. HOR'XVITZ CHARLES LUEDEMANN, GERALD NIELOFSKY JESSE IWENDELSOHN NATHANIEL A. MILLER VVILLIAM P. PALMER HENRY A. PIATHONVSKI AUSTIN F. VAN ZILE Two Hznzdrvd fzjlv Mme Cosmo Olitan Club GEORGE CHANDY . Preszdeni TITO CrOME.Z-GONIEZ . VNC-Pf'05f0'0"1f B. STANLEY KILIAN . 56'CVef0f'3f CHESTER SAWTELLE . GEORGE CHA NDY TITO GOBIEZ-GOMEZ PAUL CANTWELL .JEHANGUR H. COYAJI MX'RON B. PALMER, JR. . CHESTER SAWTELLE RALPH C. PARKER Two Hundred 'Sz'.1'fy 1930 1931 1932 1933 Trvasurea FREDERICK NIASER ROBERT B. PARKER, JR. LUIS DOMINQUEZ B. STANLEY IQILIAN CHARLES TOWNSEND RUSTOM N. VAKIL C. EDWARD HOADLEX' 1 Juris Prudentia JAMES L, GAOE . 0 . president V 1 ELMER M. R.xsx1L'ssEx . . Vice-President 1 JAMES B- HUME, JR. . .S'ec1'eta1'y-T1'easm'er CORTLANIJT POEY . , , Higmmm jrmx .-X. Ilwrfwlr-'I sir f,z..xR1-1Nc'E II UIIAAICIJ C,H.X141,1'5 XX. .Xu 9.9.11 11 1'.1-wr. M. 11.111111 71.1511 4 1,, f,.y1,5, 1.1-ff In I1Or..xr:O 1Jf11'1,'yI.'. XX. 1,r1.,,O. 141111141111 1-1 'I. 11'-.I'lfl'. FACULTY ADVISER f1l'fU1U21i lJw1c1H'r IQELLOGG 1930 H 1fNRx' 1XZOBI-1NTZ 1931 14 .lumlfs li. 1E1UMIi,-IR. f'OR'1w..'xx11'r POEY 1932 Smnlru-31, li. i1'1EALEY linw.xR1u 'HINIJEN 1933 XX'r1.1.1.xxI 'If 1EI,llRliD JOHN LIQSTRANDER .ARTHUR S. SARNOWSKI ROBER'f VV. RENVVICK HARRX' A. ROSITZKE ARNOLD W. WISE EFREM B. NEISULER ELMER M. RASMUSSEN DOUGLAS G. COLE 'l wo Hfzmdrcd Sixty-01110 E. DOUGLAS BROOKS JAMES W. HAVILAND ROBERT W. BASOOM JOHN S. BEALE JOSEPH B. CADY Sldol Club 1930 VVILLIAM .DEROUVILLE ' GEORGE ICNIGHT XNILBUR J. NICHOLS . . P resid ent S6C7'6Z7CZI'fJ'-T7'6ClSZL7'67' EDWARD B. XNINTERSTEEN S. VV-ELLFORD CORBIN 'VV ALTER G. RYON RONALD H. SMITH ALONZO P. STRONG 1931 " , F. SHERWOOD ALEXANDER DOUGLAS S. CAMERON JOHN H. B. HEDINGER, JR FRANK BAILEY, JR. YVALTER H. BEERS EDWARD H. BLEWER P. ORMOND BANKS DOUGLAS BROOKS IRVING BUSH VINCENT CATONE Two Hzmdred Sl','b'fj1-15212117 RICHARD L. CHASE RICHARD E. CUMMINGS,J EDWARD P. FOSTER, JR 1932 DONALD S. CI-IESHIRE WILLIAM S. FOSTER JAMES A. F OOTE JAMES W. HAVILAND FOSTER MCMILLAN v ARNOLD WT. IQAI-IN ARTHUR L. MCENTEE JOHN YN. POVVELL NfYRON B. PALMER, JR. ALLEN S. PECK, JR. GEORGE V. TAPLIN DONALD F. WALLACE 1 Tiger's Eye RALPH H. SUTHERLAND .... . President JOHN H. FASSETT . V'iC8-'P1'6'SiU161flf XVARD XV. BRIGGS . Secvfefary-Treasmfier 1930 T THOMAS S. BOVVIE SI-IEPARD W. LEIGI-I HENRX' ROTHBTANN EDWARD S. FINEGAN C. MARK MGCRILLIS CHARLES H. KENDALL ROBERT B. PARKER FRANK M. KNIGHT NTORTON J. TTENEFELT JOHN D. HITGI-ICOCK JAMES D. ALLEN LOUIS G. BREIIN TQALPH H. CIVISIIER SCIIIJYLER ADAMS FRANK BOWIE THTENRY BRADT VV.xRIm XIV. HRIHILS TTKICIJ VV. HRUIIN ORIQIN S. CUVKS, TR. EYERETT RICE XYILBUR S. ROEERTS, JR. 1931 QRSON S. T'TATHANVAY EXUSTIN C. THTUMPHREY DONALD BTCKINSTRY 1932 TROBERT G. COCKS PIIILIPVVV. FAI-IEY JOHN H. FASSETT IJAVIII FERGUSON NEIL TFTALKYARD I IARULD T. NTAY h CIIARLES C. SAVAGE GEORGE F. SIMMONS CHARLES G. SCHAUTZ CLARK P. SEARLE CHESTER M. SAVVTELLE RALPH H. SUTHERLAND TRICHARD P. THOMPSON CHARLES L. R TOWNSEND THOMAS I. VVHELAN XNILLIAM H. XNHELPLEY IMO Ilzmdlrd SZ'LfV1IlIBl? JOHN H. FASSETT VVILLTAM H. VVHELPLEY EDWARD S. FINEGAN PHILIP J. ENGLISH CHARLES G. SCHAUTZ VVILLIAM F. BONNELL VV ARD W. BRIGGS GRRIN G. COCKS GERARD G. BARNETT THOMAS P. FINEGAN ALT-ON S. JOHNSTON DAVID J. PARKER SIBLEY D. SQUIRE Two Hfzmdrcd Sixty-fam' .A.N. 1930 1931 RALPH H. FISHER 1932 JOHN H. FASSETT JAMES A. FOOTE 1933 JOHN W. BONNELL JOHN W. GRANT A VVILLIAM R. KILLEEN JOHN S. REEDER ALDEN O. STANTON RICHARD H. WHELPLEY . . President Secretary-T1'easm'er XNILBUR S. ROBERTS, JR. AUSTIN C. HUMPHREY CLARK P. SEARLE WALTER F. -JDNNINGS THOMAS I. XNHELAN XNILLIAM H. VVHELPLEY SIDNEY B. GROPLEY HAYWARD G. HALSEXY VV. HARRY LILYWI-IITE DONALD SCI-IUMAN EDWARD F. SULLIVAN Chronology ChI'O11OlOg16S and Year Books are the handmaidens of a waning scholastic year. Thank God. The soft minded can fumble through the preceding paces Q 7 drink in their Bromo-Seltzer effervescing and be Sure Of 3 Cure for Sentimental biliousness. The light headed can expand still further as they read their alpha- betically arranged virtues and ogle their own portraits. The dumb can " moo " quietly and perhaps catch a faint whiff of the old l of course, no well cluttered garret would be complete without this charming volume, this perfect companion piece for the Family Bible and the gilt-framed crayon of Uncle Ezra. ocker room smell. And then And so to chronicle. " The Freshman Class is Well Distributed." Undoubt- edly. Some are mongolians, some are morons, a few achieve a mild half-witted- ness, and the rest aren't bad at all. Under the guise of Tradition they've blossomed forth in their 4' Harold Teen " headgear, nonchalantly worn by the more sophis- ticated down near the napes of their necks. V The freshman caterwauling of the Alma Mater begins to amuse the more anthropoidal members of the Sophomore class-and the junior class-and the Senior Class, theaven rest their soon-to-be-graduated soulsj. Under September 17th we note the gift of the " Ryder Zee." 312,000 worth of skating rink has given the brothers Beale a certain amount of hysterical joy and a reverend member of the faculty copious material for chapel announce- ments. And the new Ryder Electrical Lab is under way-well, not liking elec- trical engineering very much, we wonlt dwell on that. A And here please note an innovation in chronologiesl The straining reader is going to look in vain for much in the way of athletic comment. The editorial Uwe" who is behind this page admits that he doesn't know enough about the pastimes of ye Garnet warriors, Brucemen, tankmen, et al, to hazard even an intelligent remark, so in all humility and meekness he orders the curious to seek information in the parts of this book devoted to such entertainment. The fact is, we have secret leanings toward Dr. Dayls heresies! The Terrace Council around October lst announced that the Student Body had heaved its annual sigh and elected "Jason" Stranahan, Henry Rothman, Gordon Mosher, and Wfildredge Terry to its well-muscled ranks. Slabs of gold were struck and the job was complete. That great intermediary between the stu- dents and the administration is now preparing its organ voice for a year-long wrangle over petty rules. ' t The Sunday chapel siestas got off to a nice start with a pleasant talk on vice by a japanese Missionary and the announcement that " the usual organ recital will be given by Professor Tidmarsh at 3 :00." That's what we need, more talks on vice and more organ recitals to remove the last qualms about those Sunday cuts. The ycflr moves on Two items of striking importance are to be noted as ' Q . . . .1 , 1 P v Qctober turns the young man s fancy to the old bear coat. Cbear.j. The Prom . . . - -- ' -' - le s Committee started its annual dickeiing with VZLIIOUS 111311Uf?lCUU'e15 of use 5 Two Hundred Si.rty-Jive favors, then, lo and behold, the Delta Phi's had a vision of the Grail when the " Berg cup " Hoated their way! And they're all nice boys in that house, too. ft's just possible they're planning on a college education. Only a rumor, to be sure. The fraternity scramble for "material" seems to have abated somewhat. Freshman lapels signify their various allegiances. Alexander Field bulges Satur- day afternoons, " Tony's " is becoming a nightly occurrence, and one is driven to the conclusion that the year has begun. November ushered in the Mountebanks, the Y. M. C. A. drive " which is sure to exceed its quota,', and a vacationless " Thanksgiving." And enough cold weather to buck up the Hockey team. The first of these turned out with a creditable performance of Dunsany,s "Lost Silk Hat " which was given in the dining room of the Presidential Palace, the actors, according to medieval tradi- tion, serving the audience with scullery products after their labors. Union will maintain traditions. A November, as usual, is an open month for itinerant lecturers, strolling play- ers, and Prize Essay announcements. Kohler attempted to explain his Gestalt Psychology to the community intelligentsia and probably went away with more enthusiasm for the apes he uses as subjects of investigation than ever. A truck-load of actors and scenery rolled up to the Mountebanks Theatre and gave us Sheridan's 'KA Trip to Scarboroughf' We were amused. Somebody wanted us to attend a Pep meeting but, well, we had no intention of becoming a party to folly. Gther things happened, of course. They were bound to. The French Club began its campaign of cheer and easy sentences. And, right enough, the Y. M. C. A. did exceed its quota! The " Idol " burst forth to brave the criti- cism of the literati. The disappearance of Bill Brooke's Ford provided material for the campus Sherlocks, and November died ittingly-in a welter of turkey gravy and the confusion of all-night dances. December. Good month, December. The reason is too obvious to mention. Particularly we like December because the days grow long enough and gray enough to allow us to feel properly sorry for ourselves. This interminable round of lectures, chapel hymns, and standard activities, or so we think of them, foster a sort of divine indifference to "Concordy " scare heads and the announcements that " Expert Hypnotist " will speak Tuesday night and the Philatelic Club's mammoth auction promises fast bidding. Very good month, December. Chronologically speaking, things were rather dull until the bright news that the Athletic Board had announced its Major Insignia awards leaked out. There were twenty-five of them-twenty large felt 'fU's H for the football team and five equally resplendant chunks. of the alphabet for the chosen of the cross- country squad. The names of the blessed will be found under the proper head- ings. N umerals and " aUa's H fell like mannauon the lesser physiques and much controversy occupied those who " also ran." The Musical Clubs sing on December 13th. Howard does wonders with the rusty larynxes entrusted to his mild ministrations. Particularly we profit from the contortions of the tenor sections as they fight their way up to high UA." Two Hundred Sixty-si.r The Instrumental Club does a number of brave things none gf which VVD have any right to criticize. According to their program for the 13th they're headed for heroism. Perhaps the Athletic Board has a couple of extra block "U's " lying around- they might hand out after the Haydn " Symphony No. 2 in D Major H is performed. UHiOH COUIT T621111 Wfins-just a heading to let it be known that we are aware of basketball at Alma Mater. Enthusiasts please refer to sports listed under 'K Bf' The K' Ryder Zee " is becoming an active place. The ilooding experts hold long conferences on the best means of keeping their hands warm-the ice refuses to become ice and then gets nasty about it and turns lumpy. There is a wild rumor afloat that someone has been skating on it. Probably gossip. Soiree, Ho Hum. A Christmas vacation to which soiree was a gentle introduction. Two weeks of fun that would beggar the Labors of Hercules. And how we like it. The usual Christmas card from the Elleries for which we've never thanked them but always appreciated. The President delivered himself of a few robust platitudes and bid us godspeed. ' january was a rare month. Rare in the sense that a number of pleasantly unexpected things developed. In a cloistered atmosphere like Unionis the unex- pected has royal welcome. The first was deliverd by none other than the Presi- dent at a meeting of the National Collegiate Athletic Association during the Christmas holidays. Rank heresy according to some, this proposition for doing away with paid coaches, paid athletes. The voice of the Amateur's Messiah, say those who can't get in on the graft or who suffer from strange sporting instincts. And Dr. Day, beaver hat, and Mona Lisa smile, moved jovially through the howl- ing mob like one possessed of sweet visions. We love heretics. Next came the " Faculty Papers." They were lovely. Everyone was so nice to everyone else about them that-well, they were lovely. Dean Garis' secretary gave us some all for our own. ' The Musical Clubs descended on Amsterdam and filled the community with song. After the Albany concert back in December and the two encorses they received then one feels that Amsterdam may have detected a " certain conde- cension" in the foreigners. About this time a deadly pall hovered over the campus for a period running up to the first of February. Examinations, a gay time in which the lambs are shorn of the wool of pretension Qnot a bad hgurej and the worst herded out into other pastures, heyday for the twenty-four hour grinds, and the gym death- watch. And then, january and the " flunks H vanished together-which was well. February, the short month. People begin to talk about spring. Someone discovers that the buds are swelling on Mrs. Perkins, lilacs and notes that " Sayre Lake U in front of the Engineering building is much broader than it was this season last year The warm spell comes along and the Chi Psils threaten the chapel windows with misdirected baseballs. Then it snows. Two Himdrea' Smiy-sefvefi February was a month for the intellectual giants. The " ldol "V f1l9l393l'Cd with many profound observations on this and that, an article on iilQ2llJCl3.1SH which was undoubtedly read by the board of editors, a good story, and some questionable verse. A Howard Abell " of the faculty " gave a talk on Folk Songs to VVGY's eager listeners. His final advice was to give particular attention to the " gravity notes," whatever they are. Immediately following his suggestion, the " Merry Wonder Bakers " came along and drove them completely out of our head. TN e plan to see Howard about the " gravity notes H sometime. Came Professor Leon W. Godshall's suggestive work, " Under Three Flags H which, for three years, held the attention of international authorities. They man- aged to digest it in that time and so now we have it. Get your copy early. Three years is a long time. With the Mountebanks' play, the Musical Clubs are giving Gilbert and Sul- livan's " Trial By Jury," and a hilarious performance THAT's going to be. Imagine Brooke and Austin and Tommy Andrews lolloping around on the pro- testing stage as flower girls and you've got a picture to drive away all the humours of Burton's " Melancholy." And so the drama moves. February finally vanished in a blaze of Lectures, another Musical Club orgy in Troy and a series of pleasant awards to the brilliant. Sigma Xi elected Corbin, Wilson, deRouville, and Kolemainen to its distinguished ranks while Phi Beta Kappa heaped its laurels on Filippone, Holden, McCormick, Qppenheim, deRou- ville, and Reginald LeGrand Swann. deRouville amazes-. March is the last month we can talk about with any authority. VVe admit that much of what has gone before may be open to debate but certainly anything written after this would be distinctly questionable inasmuch as it hasn't happened. Tho' why that should deter us-. '. r A wet month, hence the number of valid doctor's excuses. ' John Van Antwerp MacMurray was chosen honorary chancellor for 1930. A distinguished former minister to China-why can't we stop thinking of " Under Three Flags i'-will addressthe outgoing Seniors. VV e trust the outgoing Seniors will be particularly attentive tottheir graduation ceremony. We understand it is very impressive-colored hoods in profusion, strong music, and large, sturdy diplomas lettered in a foreign language for the lucky. Who knows, maybe We can have one 'someday-. ' For no reason at all we choose to leave these thoughts with the brave who have survived our chronology to this point. We have been biased. We admit it. We have noted things that make up a merrier song than fact. VVe have even noted fact. In writing this it has been our conclusion that the pleasantries which make the result are more worthy of record. What is read between the lines may not be true, but it will help to restore the old picture. And thatis that. g -C. H. 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LNEZZZEZOU Shoes 1 Dooos Hoes 3 Qieller-Rochester QMJVL Cross globes CUMPLETE FURNISHERS B1u1ce11l QQ 1MIe11cc1D01me11d to Complete Ifouse Furnishers SMARTLY DRESSED K UNION MEN Q 3 ca H, S0 Bafngy CU, 1 131-133 Broadway Schenc-:ctady3s Greatest Store 1 SCHENECTADY, N. Y, Hundred Sefventy-four .. ..- - un...----U...-.---.--. . -- ..---n.n.---...u-n-I- ' ' "-- I - SH RI N KSPRO -- K-, orr E 0 -33. .smtp The Wallaee CCOC. BER L-I-Ek SCHBNECTADY, -N. Y. FABRICS A . ., Brggldgllmgh FOR YOUNG PEOPLE Shirts 4 Q 4 S1095 Collar Attached 01' Neckband Sizes 132 to 18 S This is a shirt that appeals to young men Who like to look trim and neat Splendid fitting and eXcept1onally Well made Whlte and plain colors All sleeve lengths H LO rsO17 reao Always YOU1 Service with one of the most complete plants of its kind RllNlDlFlLlElISCCll-ll CLFANER DYFR PHONE 2 7060 OFFICE PLANT 116 JAY ST 1801 UNION ST Smart Fashions for their personal Wear-Smart New Fashions for their homes With a large depart- ment on the second floor devoted to Gifts and Prizes for all their social occasions. Urnlly Merehahdrse el? lFi1rst Qualhrty The Always Reliable Store Walls Over Boot Shop 407 State St NJ QYNN S Xgx Bllaellt or Tarn Oxfords SS S0 tv II fi . . . Y , ' 0 ' 0 0 E i ... 4. , if cc - an E, - 'xm . 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A rhfzms-N.-.. 1- 3.f . .N.V:V... -.4---1-.Vw I . . f I U ' II - I2 I Z! . . . I: ,, ...............:......................::mm.:...:.:...:.:::::::::::::fE --- -- --- """ "' " "' "'."" I . --... ... -.--- . - I ......----.-.-......... . I --- I ... . . .. .... . ..... .......... .... .. .. I WHERE' QUALITY COUNTS :: LUGGAGE, LEATHER Goons, GIFTS ii SPORTING GOODS The fay Street Luggage Store F A X 0 N 9 S 144-146 Jay Street ---..--- ---- -------U H---.H ---- -------H ------U ---- --------- FOR LOVERS Ol" SIWEETS Zbiipp Zkanhies 403 State St. 1490 State St. 1624 Union St. "Se1f'vice -with ez Smile" De Luxe Motor Coaelhies --- --- 1 --- --- --- --- EEE VVe have the finest motor coaches in the Cap- itol District, equipped to handle special tours, excursions and party ridesf Avail yourself 555 of this excellent service and be convinced. Phone-9444-Phone G., Af, Weleomei QS: Son 1711 Union Street Schenectady -u -u- --- --- --- Jollimisoimgs Gift Shop 167 JAY ST. PHONE 9419 . NOVELTIES, FRAMING, 2 OFFICE SUPPLIES E College Imprinted Writing Paper ' Union Felt Banners If THE CREETING CARD CENTER Two H uhdred Eighty .. ................................................................................................. Compliments oil? Webster Motor Sales Co., llinieo 11407414 State St. PURE UINCUILN MITCHELL QS: TALLMADGE 511 Union Street Schenectady, N. Y. Wholesale Confectioner.: .....................-...ur .............-..U..-......................... ::::....U-..-.------....-.-..........--U...-.--........-...fn-.......... ...UI..---..--nn.-..un..-..........-...........un-.-..-n...-.....-U SHOES MARK THE MAN We have served ' Old Union 24 Nott Terrace Boys and men for 36 years I Let us serve 36.00 to 312.00 Under New Management - Meals or Lunches at all hours ' Special weekly rates f or students - 1:1 39351005 Supplies Q Il g Q t t 6 Q H lm dl Y 11I::gg7:3:5:1:1:gg:2:73:2'I3'5'::':'I ' 1 PATTON sf HALL - - 245 state sf. , THE TTUQTQ snep BREAKFAST LUNCH DINNER Crappk Musie Snare 504 STATE STREET I EDISON AND VICTOR RADIOS RECORDS--PIANOS Phone 8657 Jess Nuslbauulm V Exclusive Agents for LANGROCK FINE CLOTHING EE IOHNSTOINLMURPHY SHOES Especially Designed for the College Man I 447-451 STATE STREET SCHENECTADY --------------''::::::::::::::1i1EEEEE 555555555555525555525555555555EEEEEEEEEEEEEEE55555iiiEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEQEEEEEE I Two H-1ftlZd1'Cd E'z'gl1fy-01140 """"' nn.. -. H...-...un ---- .--...-.-----...--.--.. - - 'CSAY IT VVITH Fl..ONN7.IiRSH T he Rosendale 1F lower Shop SC1'IENEcTADY's rlqEl,ECRAPH l'Ql,0RIS'l' ff. E. Elzerlmrdl, Prop. 124 JAY STREET PHONE 2-2813 Sci-IENECTADY, Y. 7. T I Are you going abroad this Sunnner? You will be proud of any passport photograph made by us. 1 SPECIAL RATES TO STUDENTS Keep graduation day alive in your memory with a portrait of yourself in cap and gown. The Co1l1lege Studio 1 Distinctive Photographs for PORTRAITS BY PHOTOGRAPHY All Purposes A 243 State Street 1 114 Jay Street Schenectady, N. Y. , SCHENECTADY ART PRESS Gooo PRINTERS College Printing, Nlagazines, Newspapers, and Annuals a Specialty 431 FRANKLIN STREET n J. H. COMO, Prop. .. CORONA PORTABLE White Way TYPEWRITER Barber lVIakes College Work easier, MODERN AND SANITARY A11 Colgfg Easy Tgfmg - 1 Special Keyboards 7 BARBERS AT YOUR SERVICE . c : Typewrzters rented and repazred 401 Smith Street. Under Asia Restaurant QUTOHQ Sales Agengy I JOHN ZAPALA, PROP. 12 Erie Blyd., Schenectady, N. Y. Phone 4-6113 . 1L1ES1L11lE9 SEMPLE Q85 G-A1R1R1lSON, 1I1nIe.. ' Y FRATERNITY it socIAL AND COMMERCIAL ENGRAVERS SOCIAL Q STATIONERY C01lIlllC'llCC771Cl1f Izzvitations, Amzotmcelflwzfs, Lcfhwlzcads STATIONERY 147 Jay Street S C H E N E C T A D Y, 1 N- Y- Phone 9502 , .................................................... ............ Two Hundred .Eighty-Two Ahliirlg Ruhher Goo Athlete and Sporting Goods RAINCOATS RUBBER EOOTPFEAR Q AUTO SUPPLIES 254 STATE STREET u WaHhers9 Pharmaey S503 STATE STREET Opp Savings Bank ' e 09 Free Delivery .:::::::::::::::::::::3:33::3:55555225522521212211IIIIII2223I121121122IIZIZIIIIIIZIHIIIZIII W G Y Food Produets ARE THE BEST DISTRIB UTORS Jonathan Levi Got. Ing, CW. G. Y. Food Products Co., Inc.j PVHOLESALE GROCERS SEGTEHLQS SCHENECTADYS LEADING JEIVELER 3 19 STATE STREET The Garnet Tardlor TUYEDOS RENFED 509 UNIONT ST PHONE 2 0169 QOOD TPRINYINC1 IN SCHLNFCTAD if Is Furmshed by The Gazette Press BALL S ST RIEGIIS Iifeadqzzm Z67 5 01 DRY CLEANING TAILGRING CHARLES R CAREY and SHOE REBUILDING 639 safe sae t SIX HU 1X DRED Cor er Nott Terrflce UNIGN STREET Phone 2 345 6 T00 Hmd ed EJH3 fl I' 1. 77 0 1 W 1 ' Y 4 .1 . r 1 A . -F' .L . ' 9 . 0 I 3 ' -4 ' 4 T 6 , fl c .... ' ..I' .......... ..................... . .. . . 'Z I1 I' iC'L M L . 1---.nun-n-n-nu--un.-nnun--nnn--nun un--nInun.-nunnn.---nn------.1---.nn-In --.......--.-..u.-u--- .-..........--.-..----. I.--...U.-...I--u-.--n.n........n.-I-nun . ..... ............... ................................ ........................................ . . . . SUITS and TOPCCATS 535.00 and s4o.00r 5627.50 up 2 Pair-S of Pants zffflfmzennsfflfferf 5 VIINIIUIQS TUCGGERY SHUI? Come to . . . EARL We REYER 1 RRANDHORSTQS The College Drug Store H!1fTCffjllffKER - ' and JEPVELER : UNION AND GILLESPIE STREETS . XFO1' the Best Eats, Drinks, and PT0Cf0T9S ATCZJLCTQ 5 Smokes and Medicine.s, too- LEAVE YOUR LAUNDRY AT THE 5 EMPIRE LAUNDRY Phone 6514 6 Jay St, - CIRCULAR LETTERS NIULTIGRAPHING Blake our Store your : - MIMEOGRAPHING STENOGRAPHIC SERVICE JYCUSIC HEADQJUAR TERS LUBEL Chrysler Letter Shep Mtssre HOUSE E ww E 152 Jay Street 513 State Street Telephone 4-5156 IN APPRECIA TION for the patronage of the . FRATERNITIES N I so GAEEERS eoA1L een llmec. l 211 PARK PLACE SCHENECTADY, N. Y. --- -E. -.- --- -...nn-nnunI--nunnn..n.uu...nu-n----nn. Two Hundred Eiglrtyv-f01n' 3:3:...U...................................-........... ......IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII:IIIllllIlllilllllllllillllllili -::::::::: '::' :: ':: "A Bite to Eat and Something Sweet" CIRIEGANSS CATERING SODA if TEAROOM A CANDY TWO STORES 15,8 Jay Street 277 State Street Schenectady, N. 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