Union College - Garnet Yearbook (Schenectady, NY)

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I Nsik., hi,xux .- -4, '. -K -, .1 S' -, '- .,+' ,' -Q-:L me . -- .Q 19.21143 ,J V. , . r -." I E - . . . M, - nf -, 'Tv , -bw .Qu n I ffrfxf g 3 sf' :f'.,,"' ,f 1 ,mf-5 ' , g' -' J ' :.Nf.' - .I.. am... Ia'-4 ll: YF nfl. 1-, .Q , ..,, .. -r u f L Q 9 .. 'ffl . Ry ET Q, fm h ' Q f : . x Ji A 'Uv I vw -al " A? ':,fi'- '71 F-ff' if '- -ez .Qs l ' "- K 9 . y Lu, F- , if 4 ' g. H L il'- '-9 1' . I 1 3 'SQ v K cf H -0 i"'J ,Q ,E v.' x ,r'1 4 14' " 1 -Y H nz . A K f 5 l 4- --x The Stor of Union f J il ff?- " fe.. -' MUCH of the spirit and tradition arises in the circumstances surrounding its establishment and origin. Union College was an outgrowth of the American Revolution, conceived by the uniting of the spirit of a free people with the determination that their children should be taught how to protect that freedom. Thus it was that in 1779 a petition for a college was framed, not by one man who desired his name to go down into the archives of history, nor by a small coterie interested in obtaining political and social influence, but by a group of united citizens of all religious beliefs with a single end in view. "john Cuyler and eight hundred inhabitants of Albany and Tryon Counties and Thomas Clarke and one hundred and thirty-one other inhabitants of Charlotte County," petitioned as free citizens for the establishment of an academy for the education of the young men of their community. This was the inception of Union College. It was not till 1785 that the academy actually came into existence. It was another ten years before a charter was granted. Thus the year 1795 is the offi- cial year of birth of Union College, one of the oldest undenominational col- leges in America. Two years later, amid much celebration and acclaim, the first commencement exercises were held. "Nunc est formossimus annus," read the opening declaration of the ceremonies, and three Union men proudly re- ceived their degrees. It was not till the presidency of Eliphalet Nott which began in 1804 that Union became one of the outstanding colleges in the country. Dr. Nott formu- lated the patterns of the college which remain even to the present time. Perhaps the most important accomplishment of Dr. Nott was the securing of the present site of the college. "Union College," wrote undergraduate john Gafe fo Jackson's Garden - This sunken garden, whose hisfory exfends back more fhan a cenfury fo Profes- sor lsaac Jackson. is considered one of fhe fines! in America. Howard Payne in 1806, "is built on the worst swamp in America." To remedy this situation, Eliphalet Nott purchased two hundred and fifty acres of land on the hill above the Mohawk, approximately one hundred of which remain to make up the campus today. In 1813, he secured the services of joseph jacques Ramee, a noted European architect, who de- signed a "grand plan" for Union College. In 1812 ami na i -wi .i' - 5 '.sZjH:F:.,:... ,. plan" had been begun but was halted at the inau 'N 1 !TI"'li.'4.:l: illvll '54, .. V A l' , .W in jp. K ,akin , . ,. 7 .-V J k V- V .. h . . .. ,-. 4 . lx- - . - - -. - , . .,- -, ,-- , annum :fu - r. , . ,-1.:, th., ' li ......,..w .,, , A i .1,.-1 - :jp ..- H , -nv -"' . Eli" "fE' s'5:5 7.w'i""f -- .4 f -, Ei:5i:q -ws, a .' .' , , l u 5. L., The original plan for fhe cam- pus as drawn by fhe French archifecf Jean Jacques Ramee aboul' 1810. -.4 .. the construction of the college b a s e d u pon "s o m e horrible guration of Ramee's plan. The symmetry and orderly outline designed by Ramee-even going so far as to balance the number of trees f l 'd o eaci si e of the campus-is repre- sented by North and South Colleges on either side of Library Field. It may be noted that many colleges and universities in the country have adopted a plan- ned and symmetric method of designing a campus first begun at Union in 1813. Dr. Nott, himself, was an outstanding man. Believing thoroughly in the pragmatic theory of education, he was termed a "man of one book-experi- ence". Knowledge, education, philosophy-all were important only in their relation to the problems and obstacles encountered by the individual student in every day life. It is not odd, therefore, to find the beginnings of scientific edu- cation instituted during his presidency, and in 1845, he included Civil Engi- neering in the curriculum of Union College. In 1802, the rules of Union College-the rules of any college at that time, in fact-were filled with minute regulations and strict formulae which had to be unequivocally adhered to by the student body. The following maxims are only a few of the many which were mandatory for all undergraduates at that time. "If a student," reads one rule, "shall wilfully insult or strike any of the officers of the college or break their windows, he shall be rusticated or ex- pelledf' Another rule provided for a twelve cent fine for whoever should be found smoking "a pipe or segar in any part of the college except in his own room." Students also were forbidden to "visit Taverns without liberty or to ap- pear in indecent dress or in womenls apparellf' It was Dr. Nott who relaxed the stringency of these cumbersome and ineffectual regulations. Because of his leniency, the fraternity system originated at Union College with the founding of Kappa Alpha in 1825. Union became the "Mother of Fraternities." Aerial view of fhe cenfral por'l'ion of Union's hundred- acre campus. The Library and Washburn Hall in fhe fore- ground. Alexander Field in fhe background. Oddly enough, there is nothing in the records to show that Dr. Nott was ever officially installed as president of the college. But officially or unofricially, Eliphalet Nott controlled the destinies of Union College for sixty-two years, and as senility crept upon the great educator, debility came over the college. The death of Dr. Nott, a succession of comparatively weak executives, the Civil Wiir and the resultant loss of many southern students, brought Union College closer and closer to dissolution. At a time when strong leaderhip and extra- Ordinary ability were needed, there was none to be had, and the star of Union College sank very low in the horizon. This situation, however, was not to last forever, and in 1894, the Rev. Andrew Van Vranken Raymond, often termed "the savior of Union College," was called to the presidency. A son of Union, a resident of Schenectady, Dr. Raymond could not help having a personal interest in the colleges future. This ll1fCl'CSf, combined with a natural executive ability made Dr. Raymond exactly the man needed to restore to the college its old prestige. Faced with the prob- lems of a large debt, a low enrollment, and the deterioration of the grounds lllkl buildings, he immediately proceeded to balance the budget, improve the curriculum, and obtain the interest of the alumni in the college. Silliman Hall was built, an Engineering Laboratory was constructed, and an Electrical Engi- lleering course was instituted during his administration. The library, too, was put into much its present state. Dr. Raymond also wrote a three volume history of Union College. The college was fortunate in finding an able successor to Dr. Raymond upon his retirement in 1907. This man was the Rev. Charles Alexander Rich- mond who continued the fine work done by his predecessor. "Dr. Richmond," wrote one member of the faculty at that time, "made a dollar at Union College go farther in producing good results than has any other college president in the country." The Chemistry and Physics Laboratories, the Electrical Engineer- ing building, and Alumni Gymnasium were all completed during the admin- istration of Dr. Richmond, and the campus took on essentially its present form. Atter twenty years of service, Dr. Richmond retired and was followed by Dr. Frank Parker Day whose tenure of ofhce was limited by ill health. Dr. Day's successor was Dr. Dixon Ryan Fox of Columbia, a professor, author, and historian in his own right. Witlm the coming of the war, Union College found itself well prepared to meet the exigencies of the situation because of the fine work of Dr. Fox and his skillful handling of the military relationship between the college and the government. This, in brief, has been the story of Union College. From its gray, ivy clad halls have come such great leaders of past and present as Chester A. Arthur, john Howard Payne, Squire Wl1ipple, Willizlm H. Seward, Franklin B. Hough, Robert Patterson, and numerous college and university presidents, cabinet members, and foreign ambassadors. On the roll call of Valhalla are the sons of Union who gave their lives in the last war, and there will be many more who will pay the extreme sacrifice in this, But their sacrifice and -suffering will not be in vain for they are perishing so that from the gray, ivy clad halls of Union-from gray, ivy clad halls of colleges all over the country-may come the leaders of a finer and freer world of tomorrow! ABS -Xq THE first professor at Union College was Colonel John Taylor, a veteran of the Rev- olutionary Wfar who had served on Wasliington's staff. You may see his picture hanging in the dining hall of Hale House. He is our chief touch with the Amer- ican Revolution, though it was the victory at Saratoga which led the inhabitants of this frontier community to start their petitions for a college, that their sons might be prepared to take their place in the new nation which that victory seemed to assure. Preparation f o r war has played a small part in the life of Union. Professor Isaac W. Jackson had his cadets in the 1830's and thus was known as "Captain jack." Professor Elias Peissner organized and trained the Union College Zou- aves at the beginning of the Civil War, Docfor C. N. Waldron land Heidil presenf Secrefary of fhe Graduafe Council and former Secrefary of fhe College. one of fhe mosf respecfed and od- mired figures in fhe hisfory of Union, -.rw wa?-- e',e'G,f+, fi :P -' fs. w, M w . 1. . .,3'Lz,g,-"'-.xyq."?f:fwS 4. 2, ' f f'-ff 1' as M Q V --Ut, H, V inf '.".- "1 " J 'W , g,",' ' , .-,w-.ff-,.1w.- " ' :vw . ' vw . 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While the military spirit did not flourish in times of peace, Union men have responded promptly to the call to arms when the country was in danger. In the War of 1812, in spite of the youth of the College and its small numbers, 50 men enlisted. The Mexican War was unpopular in the North and only 31 of our alumni are found on its rolls, but in the war between the States, alumni of this college to the number of 577 served either in blue or gray. The Spanish War of 1898 was of so brief duration that only 49 Union men were enlisted. In the first World War there were 880, and the names of those who gave their lives are inscribed in the chancel of our Memorial Chapel. In this, the present struggle, we have record of 1756 sons of Union known to us to be in uniform. The list is still incomplete, for we are adding to it daily. Such is the war record of a civilian college. As mght be expected, few of these men have attained high military rank, though in the Civil War, which lasted so long and was fought so largely by amateurs, a number became brig- adier generals and major generals. One of these, Major General Daniel Butter- held of the class of 1849, is more famous for composing "Taps" than for his military achievements. Henry W. Halleck, class of 1837, and a graduate of West Point, was for two years commander--in-chief of all the northern armies. Our ranking oflicers today are Brigadier General Leroy P. Collins, class of 1905, who entered the regular army as a private in 1904, and Brigadier General john H. Gardner, class of 1915, who was commissioned during the First World Wir, and has remained in the army. With a few such exceptions, the war role of the alumnus of a civilian col- lege is clearly in his spirit and in the resourcefulness which he brings to the military life from his everyday experience. That was the spirit of Roger Allen, Class Of 1945, who lost his life last june in a bomber raid in the European war zone. He was given the opportunity to go to ofhcers' training schoolg but he was part of a bomber crew and he wanted to serve with this group which had been so welded togethei as rt fighting unit. I-le chose to go with them rather than take the offer of advancement, and his sacrifice is an example of the devotion which Union men have brought to the defense of their country in her wars. C. N. WALDRON '06 Union 1804-66. ,' ,I ' ,-'EIT7' '-1... ' 5 , yr 1' gi. V, '-4,.,?' W ki- f- .A i Y'-1, " fu 'iff L :qw J I' P V 'S' . , 1 ' vf .. y ' - . . g V ' ' W ' "1 Q 'A 8 -. 1 -v D 1 , , , 1 5 'r , f F I y 5 , ' 2 A . 2 z 3 W K! ' 5 A 0 0 4 I o e ' " , ' W Y ' I a I 1 . I ' L o 0 L ' ' , 1 I , . I ' 'Y ., I1 i V . ! K. QC-'D 'W' CHIEFS F OFFICERS Clmmmxlmlzn Uris -I. Uma L1li1"1'. Grimmcsrz Y. T.'xY1.on 5 x i V l.1r2l"11 C,mI.1as li. VAN AN'l'XY'I:RI' I.l12l"1'. 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J M f ,, , , 1 " 1- f"f55i:' Sabggc N ' A ' ir - f' V M "" 'nifty' , Y iii- ttg . ' ' 'f -AL' , "' . ,Zn , - 1 ,A "T, , W7 ' " .. . -'li-ff 'WI' --W. A A s ,N . A f ' ' ,- ' M - '-Q ,Y . ,Q . -Lf'l.7 H7 ,.,,-1 ' ' . A Q- 12: -W 596' f 14' 137 3. -vu., 1 - f X Vmv-,M--, . . N , .xx Cizfiliam Pmomlifief . WT C.. ll, F. UARIS 1'-nf N., "M--N IDI, -. .1124 7'7jfy,,l1 fy " Y - - 1 Danni "IEDM FITZC 'l'r.zi11w I J !.?i,. w FRIEDIZRICK li. SCHMIDT HAROLD A. LARRAISIEIE liNliRAi. IZNCLINISNRINCI BUILD 12I.EC'I'RICAl. ENGINEERING BUILDING I'N'l'RANCQIf TO HAl.Ii l-lOl I I SILLIMAN HALL ADMINISTRATION BUILDING UNION'S FLEET U. S. S. PS1 UPSILON U. S. S. CHI Psi 'Q U. S. S. PHI GAMMA D1sL'1'A U. S. S. PHI DELTA THETA U. S. S. BETA THHTA P1 U. S. S. DIQLTA PHI L. i 4' Xu Q M vis... ' N5 v h, ,- os' yi . 55.6-.1 1. 'Z 11 mv , X. ,. xt' ,-.u ,nl . ,is sh 'Q-. - 4 I -.ll ,L- in 3. -, ' 'ly V 1. 1,9 -K - -1, ir .-- qsra, K ..,.. .I Q- in n Q-J 59" Anchors Awei gh The first contingent of V-12 students to arrive at Union College were sailors burdened with lashed-up sea bags and hammocks. Witliirl the next few days preceding july 1, approximately four hundred and seventy-five reserves reported for active duty under the Navy V-12 College Training Program. These men plus the nucleus of "Heet men" formed the trainee complement of the V-12 Unit at Union College. Many of these men had their first taste of Navy discipline on the day they arrived at Union. A large percentage was comprised of students formerly at- tending universities in the New York City area. These men were mustered and marched onto the train at Grand Central Station, New York City. They were a motley crew. Many appeared to be going to a country club for a vaca- tion rather than to the Navy. How soon were they to realize that the tennis raclcets and golf clubs would find little use! These were to be the students of Union College. Wlmen the complete unit was assembled at Union, a military organization was formed of three companies and ten platoons. Quarters were established in North and South Colleges and in on-campus fraternity houses. It is said that an army marches on its stomach. The Navy, being more Versatile, marches on its feet, but dashes to chow. The problem of feeding five hundred hungry and fastidious sailors rested heavily on the Hale House man- flgffr, Mr. South. Despite scattered complaints, by a few meticulous souls, it is reported" that he is doing a fine job. Once a month the eagle swoops low over Silliman Hall and drops the Sum of fifty dollars for each trainee, at least that is the theory. Here is what actually happens. As apprentice seamen they receive this huge sum in one lump, an amount which they cannot possibly spend in one month's time. First, there is the matter of insurance, which we all took out "volun- tarily," but didn't regret after all. Then comes our secondary contribution to the war effort, war bond allotments, leaving about thirty-five dollars from which small store purchases have yet to be deducted. If you are fortunate the WAVE Pay Officer will hand you about 353000. Before you can meditate on 110W to spend the money, you feel the clutching hand of the laundry. Remem- ber those "whites" that didn't stay white while drilling in the mud, the laundry washed them and now wants to be paid-and in cash. Oh, well, still twenty- five dollars. Will you look who is coming, "Completely forgot about that 'fin' you borrowed, didn't you? Well, S l cheer up, Pop still has his defense job. Pay day unfortunately is but once a month. "Fortunately" for the trainee there is calisthenics every morning except Sunday at 0600 Navy time, 6:00 A.M. Civilian time. This is truly one of the most pleas- ant periods of a trainee's day. How Commander Case giving the boys the routine ficker check-up. inspiring it is to rise, open one's eyes, stumble through the stygian darkness and then dash out into a 40 M.P.H. gale in Himsy trunks and frolic with mother nature and Chief Petty Ofiicers!! After calisthenics at 0620 there is nothing to do until 0700 except shower, shave, dress, shine shoes and prepare for personal inspection. Then to really start the day on the right foot, Hale House eggs. Every Tuesday and Saturday noon each man dons his puttees, more appropriately called boots, and prepares to lose that ounce of weight gained from the morning's eggs by the simple method of close order drill. Alexander or Library Field is the site of this sole breaking project. After forty-five min- utes of studying the back of the neck of the man in front of you, the welcome order, "March to Chow," is given. For some reason marching does not seem quite so tedious now. Once a week, on Saturday afternoon, Captain's Inspection is held, at which time the trainees line up on Library Field for a personal inspection by the C. O. Woe to the poor sailor who forgot to shine his shoes or get that haircut, for this is "the" inspection. Another tradition that has grown up at Union for the Navy men is the "awkward squad." This is a group of men who have gone wrong and are pay- ing for it by marching from approximately 1430 to 1750 f2:30 P.M. to 5:30 P.M.j, on Saturday afternoons. The misdemeanors may be anything from "dirty fingernails" to "late for class." The men are mustered and then the "fun" begins." Up the hill and down the hill, right flank, left Hank, and to the rear "Harch." At the end the Chief greets you with a "See you next Saturday!" Generally, those students who had attended college previous to entering V-12 are permitted to continue towards the same scholastic goals. Others, and those who have never been to college before, are assigned to a course known as Basic. Under this set-up some of the trainees are pre-medical students, others are deck, engineering and supply officer candidates, but the one course that seems to be universal is the Commando Course. However, the price of cord wood has risen to eight dollars and from all reports its going to be a long, hard winter. So ----- . Since the V-12 is known as the College Training Program, it is only proper that a little time be spent in describing the intensive and strenuous studying in which the average trainee indulges. From 2000 until 2200 f8:00 P.M. to 10:00 P.M.j every week-day evening study rules are in effect. Every man is to study unless he is at the library. Some do and some don't. Those fraternity houses that sheltered thirty men are now holding forty- five men. The big problem was where were these extra men to study? Sleeping quarters were set up in the old dormitories but there were not enough bureaus Or desks. For the first week or two studying had to be done in shifts because Of the lack of desks and lamps. The rooms that were built to have two or three fellows in them for studying purposes now had as many as eight. One would think that this lack of proper study atmosphere would stop the lads from studying, but you forget this is the Navy. Let's run through an average V-12 day at Union College. Bright and early at 0545 the trainee in charge of the dormitory will awaken you with the melodious tune of "Hit the Deck" and, so into the new day you stumble. Up until 0800 you must wash, shave, shower and "chow-down." From 0800 until 1200 it's just one class after another. At noon if it is Monday, Weclriesday or Friday, chapel for twenty minutes of educational entertainment. At the end of chapel, 1220, until 1345 you are to eat and the remaining time is yours. At 1345 classes again commence and continue until 1745, and again it is time to "chow down." Somewhere in your day of classes, an hour of physical training was thrown in for good measure. From the time you finish chow until 2000 you may play ball on the campus or go "down-town" to make sundry pur- chases. Study hours are in effect at 2000 until 2200 with the exceptions men- tioned earlier and so at 2200 or thereabout you are squared off for the day's work. Even though you gripe, you love it. I --.y -e l I T I .L i L .X .-, l 6.4, . I 11 H . I ' nr :Qi ' " 'Q -:sr . 1' . I sp .,, s-.,.....-4!'.......t. i l r ,I A- lf' if K f X NINETEEN FORTY-TH V-12 .hx I l REE ROBERT T. ADAMS Oleau, N. Y. D A.B. in Social Studies, two semesters. Union, Chris tian Association. DONALD HARTLEY AKER 'I'-YA Albdlly, N. Y. Pre-medical, three semesters. Union, Mountebanks. LEE OAKLEY AKINS Lisbon, N. Y. Clarkson College of Technology, Football, Baseball A.I.CH.E. Union, Football. is Htl Pk EDWARD LINCOLN ALLEN AT Mineola, N. Y. B.S., six semesters. Union, Freshman Football, Bas ketball, Block "U" Varsity Basketball, Baseball. Stu- dent Council, Inter-Fraternity Council, Garnet Key. VLADIMIR ALGIN Staten Iilcllld, N. Y. B.S. .in Physics, five semesters. Manhattan College, Publications. HENRY ERNEST ALLINGER Ozone Park, N. Y. ar if 1: ANDREW MELCHER ANDERSON, JR. EX Suuguf, Marr Electrical Engineering, five semesters. Union, Fresh- man Football. ' JOSEPH F. ANDERSON Rockville Ceuler, N. Y. Oceanside High School, Track, Cross-country, Foot- ball, Basketball. VERN HEWITT ANDREWS Hadron, N. Y. Pre-dental. bk lk Pl' ALFRED CHARLES ARATER, JR. New York Cily, N. Y. Fordham University. STANLEY ERWIN ARONOFF 'PEA Bulfimore, Md. Electrical Engineering, six semesters. Union, A.I.E.E., Mountebanks. LAWRENCE JOHN ASCIONE jmnaim, N. Y. Pre-medical, four semesters. Manhattan College. :if wi: H1 HAROLD G. ASHWORTH SAE Rocbefler, N. Y. A.B., six semesters. New York State Teachers Col- lege, Basketball, Baseball, Football, Dramatirs. ROBERT M. ATLAS New York Cily, N. Y. Pre-dental. Christopher Columbus High School, Basketball, Football. ARTHUR H. AUFSES, JR. New York Cily. N. Y. 1 Pre-medical, three semesters. Columbia University, Freshman Fencing. Baseball. l WALTER T. BANZIGER Neufbm-1411, N. Y. Newburgh High School, Baseball, Publications. RICHARD RAYMOND BARDSLEY Y0l1k61'.f, N. Y. Columbia University, Baseball. STEPHEN EDWARD BATES Neu' York City, N. Y. B.S: in Chemistry, two semesters. Iona College, Band Union, Band. 'F Pl: SI4 BRUCE EDWARD BAXTER Wfillirzon Park, N. Y. ggi-medical. Mineola High School, Orchestra. Union oir. HARVEY PAUL BAZAR Su'i.rJvale, Pemm. BS. University of Pittsburgh, Freshman Football Union, Football. JOHN BECKER Meriden, Cowl. Electrical Engineering, two semesters. Union, Swim- ming. af at wr STUART SCOTT BECKWITH 'PT Civil Engineering, one semester. New York Univer- sity. Union, Garnet. LEVON BEDROSIAN B911 Albany, N. Y. Pre-medical, three semesters. Union. WILLIAM C. BEEBE Scalia, N. Y. Civil Engineering. Scotia High School. Garnet. Il :Ir :I MEVASKE BEHAR New York cfiy, N. Y. Pre-medical, four semesters. Brooklyn College of Pharmacy, Basketball. EDWARD LAWRENCE BERGER New York Cify, N. Y. Civil Engineering, four semesters. New York Uni- versity, Student Council. LEONARD MORRIS BERGERE New York City, N. Y, B.S. in Physics, four semesters. New York Univer- sity, wr vk af D- H. BERGMAN New York University STUART c. BEYERL Malfm-, N. Y. GEORGE E. BINGENHEIMER Emi Alll'Ul'll, N. Y. 1 a AI lx I. 1' 4, ,Q 1. NINETEEN FORTY-THREE V 1 X 4 1 1 A l 'da V NINETEEN FORTY-THREE 1 ROBERT EDWIN BISCHOFF Schenectady, N. Y. - Pre-medical, four semesters. Union, Glee Club, Choir. DONALD MICHAEL BLAKE Far Rockaway, N. Y. Far Rockaway High School REGINALD ALVIN BLAKELY Ticouderoga, N. Y. Civil Engineering. Ticoncleroga High School, Foot- ball, Basketball, Baseball, Skiing. 'li Sk Sli JOHN COOIJER BLAND New York City, N. Y. Loomis Institute, Football, Baseball, Basketball, Swimming. HAROLD LOUIS BLAUSTEIN Edgewater, N. I. A.B. in Social Studies, six semesters. New York Uni- versity, Junior Class Council. BARUCH BLUMBERG Far Rockaway, N. Y. Brooklyn College Ill Ili Sli ARTHUR ROBERT BORCHERT Scranton, Pentla. Electrical Engineering. Central H-igh School, Na- tional Honor Society. HAROLD ROBERT BOROSON KN Sclaettertady, N. Y. Electrical Engineering, five semesters. Union, Band, Basketball. J. MITCHELL BOROWIEC Buffalo, N. Y. Eulfalo East High School, Swimming, Track, Basket- all. wr wk ROBERT A. BOWSER Troy, N. Y. Troy High School ROBERT ANSELM BOYAR KN New York City, N. Y. Pre-medical, five semesters. Union, U. C. R S. D. A. BRALEY wk Ik 'F FREDERICH WILLIAM BRANDT New York City, N. Electrical Engineering, one semester. New York Uni- versity, Basketball, Baseball. EDWIN CHARLES BREEDING, JR. AM Neuj York City A.B. in Social Studies, two semesters. Union, Varsity Football, Mountebanks. ROBERT JAMES BREITINGER 'llVfllll01'dfllg, Pwllltl.. Civil Engineering, two semesters. University of Pittsburgh, Band, Basketball. Union, Band. JOHN GEORGE BRENDEL B..y0m.f, N. 1. Pre-medical, two semesters. Wagner College, Chem- istry Society. JACK LEE BRESSEE K3 Ofleozlm, N. Y. A.B. in Social Studies, two semesters. Union. FREDERICK VOORI-IEES BRONNER ANI' Sclbcuemzdy A.B. in Social Studies, two semesters. Union, Con- corfiiensis, Garnc t, Choir, Glee Club. el: sl: Sl: MORRIS. EROOKNER Pill.rbm'gf1, Pemm. Civil Engineering, three semesters. University of Pittsburgh, Football, Basketball, Swimming. ROBERT ALAN BROOKS iiffmpfzd, N. 1. Civil Engineering. Westfield Senior High School, Swimming, Dramatics. Union, U.C.R.S. HOWARD I-IARDING BROWN KN' Ilvefffield, N. 1, Ere-meclical, seven semesters. Union, Student Coun- cil, Bus. Mgr. '43, Garnet, Intcrfraternity Council, Cross-Country, jnnion Prom Committee. rl: tk vlr ROBERT LEE BRUBAKER Pima...-gb, PW... Civil Engineering, one semester. University of Pitts- burgh. DONALD LOUIS BRUENNER Hollis, N. Y. Civil Engineering. Kew-Forest High School. LAWRENCE BUNSICK New York City, N. Y. Pre-medical, two semesters. New York University, Orchestra. Union, Bancl. w :lr if D- M. BURNS GAETANO BUTERA New York Cily, N. Y. Pre-dental, two semesters. Long Island University. DONALD RICE EYRNES Albany, N. Y. Vincentian Institute, Publications, Baseball. sl: sr Albany Academy. Union, Football. -7. ilfs lif , fi . 4 ,Q i Q' . 1 A "- G . ' . . ' - :EN IQ? lm ll ' xx.. I I lr ' A A 'za , .Q I I f pg .31 i . .l 5-1 1 1.1 CHARLES REID CALLANAN Loudomfille, N. Y. N l N E T E E N F O R T Y - T l'l R E E V 1 2 - D. L. CAMPBELL RICHARD JOSEPH CARDAMONE New Hmvford, N. Y. Northwood High School, Football. .ff 2 k I NINETEEN FORTY-Tl-1 C. H. CARLSON Clarkson Tech. JOHN E. CARPENTER Elmrford, N. Y. I B.S. in Science, six semesters. Iona College, Publica- tions, Debating, Glee Club, Band, Tennis, Dramatics. SHELBY LEWIS CASTLEMAN 'Pl'-5 lViIn1erdi11g, Pelllld. Civil Engineering, one semester. University of Pitts- burgh, Football, Basketball, Track, Baseball. Union, Football. if ik 44 PROCTOR L. CHILD New York Cily, N. Y. Pre-medical. Manual Training High School. EDWARD A. CHRISTOPHERSEN New York City, N. Y. Civil Engineering. New Utrecht High School, Track. JOHN C. CLAYTON Short Hillf, N. Pre-medical. Millburn High School. lk Ik fl' PETER C. CLIFFORD Al Blorrrlale, N. Y. Civil Engineering, two semesters. Clarkson College of Technology, Baseball, A.S.M.E. DENIS PATRICK CLUM M' Puufling, N. Y. Civil Engineering, one semester. New York Univer- sity. JAMES W. COAPMAN AT Truro, Marr. B.S. in Physics, four semesters. Union, Frosh-Sopho- more Dance Committee. 14 ill Il' MELVIN C. COHEN Wfbile Pluizzr, N. Y. A.B. in Social Studies, six semesters. New York University, Skull and Bones. Union, Football. RAYMOND DONALD COLBERT AXA Craflou, Perma. Civil Engineering, two semesters. University of Pitts- burgh, A.S.M.E. TIMOTHY LEO COLLINS Troy, N. Y. Pre-dental, three semesters. Siena College ill lk lk WILLIAM J. COLLINS Pillrburgb, Pemza. Civil Enginering, two semesters. University of Pitts- burgh, Basketball. JAMES A. COLEMEN Niagara Fallr, N. Y. B.S., four semesters. New York University. ANDREW L. COMREY, JR. ANI' Cbarlerloll, ll". Vu. ' B.S., six semesters. Union, Concordiensis, Varsity Lacrosse, Inter-fraternity Council. ROBERT P. CONNELLY WT Spriugheld, Marr. . ' A.B. in English, six semesters. New York University THOMAS J. CONNOLLY jmey city, N. 1. Pre-medical, five semesters. Manhattan College. I EDWARD L. CONNOR Haletlaorpe, Md. Catonsville High School, Baseball, Soccer. S ill ik WILLIAM THOMAS CONNORS Lillle Neck, N. Y. New York University JOHN HALE CONOVER, JR. Mwmzaif, N. 1. B.S. in Chemistry, two semesters. Union. L. H. COOKE ae m vt- JOHN MCGBEW COPELAND Beaver, Pemza. Electrical Engineering, one semester. University of Pittsburgh. THOMAS F. CRONE Fayetteville, Ohio Pre-medical. Fayetteville High School, Glee Club, Orchestra, Band, Baseball, Basketball, Dramatics. ROWLAND N. CRONEMEYER Queens Village, N. Y. Civil Engineering. Jamaica High School, Baseball, Basketball, Golf. Pk 41 'P EUGENE PATRICK CULLEN Larrlamonl, N. Y. A.B. in Social Studies, three semesters. Iona College, Basketball. FRANCIS EDWARD CZECH B911 Amsterdam, N. Y. B.S. in Chemistry, five semesters. Union, Freshman Football, Radio Club, Garnet Key, Student Council, Chairman Frosh-Sophomore Dance, Student Faculty Committee. HENRY EDWARD DAMM Albany, N. Y. Pre-medical, one semester. Albany College of Phar- macy. 41 if Sk KENNETH BASS DEAN Por! lV!d.fl.7llIgfUI1, N. Y. Port Washington High School, Baseball, Basketball. VINCENT CLAUD DeBAUN While Plains, N. Y. Fordham Preparatory School, Publications, Drama- tics, Varsity Swimming. Union, U.C.R.S. ROBERT STEPHEN de BROTZKE Maryville, Telm. Maryville College l " ,... NETEEN FORTY-TH 4 ETEEN FORTY-TH CHRISTOPHER N. DEMOS Clmzbom, N. Y. Pre-medical, three semesters. Union, Band, Pre-med- ical Club. LEONARD JOSEPH DENEY, JR. Kenmore, N. Y. Civil Engineering. Kenmore High School. MYRON SAUL DENHOLTZ Newark, N. Pre-medical. Weequahic High School, Debating. ll! 4' rl' LESLIE JOSEPH DENT, JR. Lynbrook, N. Y. Lynbrook High School, Track. FRANCIS R. DeROSSI BEK Albany, N. Y. Pre-medical, six semesters. Siena College JOSEPH DESERIO, JR. Lacbuwmma, N. Y. Civil Engineering. Lackawanna High School, Publi- cations. 'll ll 'lf TERENCE EAMOND DEVINE Pittyburgb, N. Y. University of Pittsburgh H. GABRIEL DIAMANT New York City, N. Y. Electrical Engineering, three semesters. New York University. EUGENE ALOYSUIS DOHERTY New Rochelle, N. Y. Marnaroneck High School, Baseball, Basketball. rk 4- Ylf RICHARD KIETH DONAHUE Deferiet, N. Y. Electrical Engineering, two semesters. Clarkson Col- Lege of Technology, Freshman Basketball and Base- all. JAMES CARROLL DONNELLY Beaver, Perma. B.S., two semesters. University of Pittsburgh. GLENN MAYNARD DOUGLASS Glen: Follr, N. Y. B.S. in Chemistry, two semesters. Clarkson College of Technology. 'lf wk lk JOHN DOUGLAS New York Cily, N. Y. Pre-medical, two semesters. Union, Swimming. JAMES GEORGE DOYLE, JR. Corona, N. Y. B.S., one semester. New York University. RICHARD WILLIAM DRESCHER Freeport, N. Y. Civil Engineering, Freeport High School, Football, Baseball, Basketball. LESTER HARRIS DREYFUSS Neu' York Ciiy, N. Y. A.B. in Social Studies, two semesters. New York University. GERALD G. DUDLEY Tr!1'I'j'101lf'lI, N. Y. Electrical Engineering, two semesters. Union, Glee Club, Choir. DONAL PATRICK DUFF New York Cily, N. Y. De La Salle School, Track. 'lf Qld Pl: BORIS DZULA je:-:ey Cify, N. J. Civil Engineering. Henry Snyder High School, Choir, Dramatics. Union, U.C.R.S. PAUL J. EARLY ANU Mazzlmrrel, N. Y. D Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Lacrosse. Unnon, Band. CLEON -WELDON EASTON Liflle Valley, N. Y. Little Valley High School, Dramatics, Basketball wk Il: l GEORGE JOHN ECKERT S:lI'Llf0g.'1 Sflrizlgf, N. Y. Saratoga Springs High School. WILLIAM FREMONT EDDY JR. Schenectady, N. Y. B.S. in Physics, one semester. Union. PAUL FREDERICK ERICKSON Clnirlml, Pwlml. University of Pittsburgh if Sli 214 WILLIAM JAMES FARRELL Glens Fullr, N. Y. Pre-medical, seven semesters. Siena College, Drama- tics. DOUGLAS GRANT FASH JR. Smrrdale, N. Y. - Choate School, Football, Hockey, Baseball, Choir. GEORGE W. FELLENDORF Sea Cliff, N. Y. Electrical Engineering. Polytechnic Institute of Brook- lyn. Union, Band. Sli :ll 'f ARTHUR H. FERBER Callifaou, N. Y. Electrical Engineering, one semester. Union. FREDERICK CHARLES FINK New York City, N. Y. Pre-medical, six semesters. Manhattan College, Pub- lxcations. WALTER JOHN FINNEGAN Morrirfouvl, N. I. Bayley High School, Baseball, Basketball, Golf. 1 .il 1 it l ' Q I S' X I A' I I l E I fx' ' i 'ln 5 2 l ir L I . ., I I r' I 'i Q I Q ' . ' I i :Q ' HEI 1 A A Q 1 pg , . , ' I J X.rl,sK..-all 1 i Z 1 F I S ,fra 1 I I . ,K s . 4 1 I 1 l l J . ri LV IZ! Nr. ,... NINETEEN FORTY-THREE V 1 f li. NETEEN FORTY-THREE I PETER JOHN FIRRA Herkimer, N. Y. Electrical Engineering, four semesters. Union, GICC Club, Choir, Mountehanks, A.I.E.E., Discipline Com- mittee, Co-Editor "Garnet", Frosh-Soph and Junior- Senior Dance Committees, Outing Club. CLARENCE EDWIN FISH Coming, N. Y. Northside High School, Publications, Choir, Glee Club. HAROLD EUGENE FITCH Seattle, Il7'a.rb. Etate Teachers College, Nebraska, Football, Basket- all. sf sf wk EDMOND JOSEPH FITZGIBBON Albany, N. Y. Pre-medical, five semesters. Union, Pre-medical Club. JOHN K. FITZMAURICE AEB New York City, N. Y. B.S., four semesters. Manhattan College, Publica- tions, Glee Club, Baseball. JOHN EDMUND FLAHERTY New York City, N. Y. St. Francis College as tl: if SEBA BOGERT FORD Part ll7r1.rbi11gl0ll, N. Y. Port Washington Senior High School, Basketball. RICHARD ANGEL FOSTER Liberty, N. Y. JOSEPH VITO FRANCO All jackson Heights, N. Y. Civil Engineering, two semesters. Pratt Institute, Publications. as at vt HERBERT FRANKEI., JR. Lawretlce, N. Y. Wcxodmere Academy, Soccer, Tennis, Basketball, Skiing. JOHN PAUL FRELICK 'ITA Sfbflleffddy, N. Y. A.B. in Social Studies. Union, Glee Club, Choir, Band. JEROME FREEDMAN New York City, N. Y. Civil Engineering. Chesmire Academy, Band, Glee ICJlub, Publications, Soccer, Hockey. Union, Band, .C.R.S. is rl: JAMES NAPIER FRITZE Slalen Irlfmd, N. Y. McKee Vocational and Teclmical School, Publica- tions. Union, Student Council. THEODORE JOSEPH FUCHS New York City, N. Y. Pre-medical, one semester. New York University. RICHARD GEORGE FURLONG Kew G'm'det1.r, N. Y. Chaminade High School GRIFFITH G. GATES Ruhway, N. j. I B.S., four semesters. New York University. FRED W. GEYER, JR. Piilrblzrgb, Pelnm. Civil Engineering, one semester. University of Pitts- burgh. JOHN HOMER GIBSON Folllll, Ky. Civil Engineering, six semesters. Union College, Bar- bourville, Ky. :iz :iz JOSEPH EDWARD GILL Olypbaul, Pemm. Pre-medical. St. Patrick's Hi h School, Football, S Baseball, Basketball, Choir, Band. CARL CASPAR GINSBURG Smlen Ixlmzd, N. Y. Pre-medical, five semesters. Waigner College, Basket- ball, Baseball. FILMORE GLUCK Neil' York Ci! N. Y , , l q JG - . Civil Engineering, two semesters. New York Um- VCFSIIY. :la F tl: WALTER BENSON GOAD JR, GAX Kinrlon, N. C. in Physics, two semesters. Union, Student Coun- ci . WILLIAM I. GOEWEY X'I' Newbllrgb, N. Y.. Q-BL in Social Studies, two semesters. Union, Mounte- an 's. CLINTON ALOYSIUS GOGGIN Belle Harbor, N. Y. l Civil Engineering, one semester. New York Univer- sity. sl: :lz ,li JOSEPH-DANIEL GOLDREICH New York.Cily, N. Y. Civil Engineering, three semesters. City College of New York, Lacrosse, Publications. JOSEPH MAX GOLDWASSER XBN New York Cily, N. Y. Pre-medical, six semesters. Brooklyn College. BERNARD GORIN New York Cily, N. Y. Walden School, Basketball, Football. ri: :it at ROGER WILI.IAM GRAHAM Oleml, N. Y. B.S. in Chemistry, one semester. Union. WILLIAM GRANIRER Arverue, N. Y. . Pre-medical, four semesters. New York University, Glee Club. Union, U.C.R.S., Garnet. CARI. HENRY GREENHUT New York Cily, N. Y. New York University 4dfU l Q I I3 i"- ' . I' ,Al -.l f P . ,LM If -kk NINETEEN FORTY-TH I , N s 3? l A . 1 '1 5 1.5 gr 'Q' 1,3 ., - a ,.. y.- ., .. g41 QL-, ., . . I NINETEEN FORTY-THREE ll-ll PAUL CHARLES GREGG Bloomfield, N. J. Pre-medical, two semesters. Manhattan College. RICHARD MCEWAN GRIFFING Sherrill, N. Y. A ilectrical Engineering, five semesters. Union, Choir, .I.E.E. ROBERT FRED GRIFFITHS Rutherford, N. J. rr ar :- JOSEPH BENNETT GROCOCK 'DAO oneidr, N. Y. A.B. in Social Studies, two semesters. Union. CARL MACK GUTMANN Harrirou, N. Y. A.B. in Social Studies, three semesters. Columbia University, Choir, Debating. STEPHEN GYURICZ, JR. New Brurzrwirk, N. I. Civil Engineering. New Brunswick High School, Track, Cross-Country, Basketball, Publications, Na- tional Honor Society. av ak at ROBERT DAVID HAMPTON EX Orrifziog, N. Y. Electrical Engineering, two semesters. Union. RICHARD JAY HANAVAN Earl Aurora, N. Y. Easlg Aurora High School, Dramatics, Football, Bas- et all. FLOYD GILBERT HANDLEY Cotlonufood Heigblr, Umb A.B. in Economics, four semesters. University of Etnh, New York University, Football. Union, Foot- a . rl' Pk Pls EUGENE PAUL HANLEY New York City, N. Y. Iona College ROBERT ALOYSIUS HANLEY JR. New York City, N. Y. Civil Engineering, one semester. New York Univer- sity, Newman Club, Publications. Union, Band. WILLIAM R. HANLEY New York Cily, N. Y. A.B. in English, five semesters. Iona College. lk Ill lk ROBERT ARTHUR HARRINGTON EA Srbenermdy, N.Y. Civil Engineering, two semesters. Clarkson College of Technology. JOHN HERBERT HARRIS New York Cily, N. Y. JOHN JOSEPH HAYES, JR. New York City, N. Y. Pre-medical, two semesters. Manhattan College, Baseball. JAMES AUGUSTINE HEANEY Rorlwille Centre, N. Y. St. Francis Xavier High School, Golf, Baseball, De- bating. KENNETH I. HECHT Forex! Hillr, N. Y. 1 Iglegv York University, Radio Society. Union, U. C. ALBERT HARRY HELM Camden, N. j. Pre-medical, one semester. University of Pennsyl- vania, Basketball, Baseball, Football. tl' Sk Dk ROBERT EVERETTE HEMPTON EX Amsterdam, N. Y. Electrical Engineering, two semesters. Union. EDWARD JOSEPH HENNELLY 'PT Schenectady, N. Y. B.S. in Chemistry, six semesters. Union, Student Council, Inter-fraternity Council, Freshman Track, Football, Hale Club. JAMES WALTER HERBERT KE Bloomfield, N. I. B.S. in Chemistry, five semesters. Union, Mounte- banks, Cross-country. Ik is Pl' JAMES FRANCIS HIGGINS Youkerx, N. Y. B.S., two semesters. New York University, Christian Association. JOHN DOUGLAS HILL 'Ill-0 Syrarlue, N. Y. B.S. in Physics, two semesters. Union, U.C.R.S. WILLIAM DIX HILL B9I'I Fulton, N. Y. B.S., six semesters. Union, Freshman Football, Bas- ketball, C0-Captain Varsity Football, Block N is 'll EDWARD WILLIAM HILLIGAS Renrreluer, N. Y. Van Rensselaer High School, Tennis, Publications. JOSEPH MICHAEL HINCHEY Elmburit, N. Y. ' Electrical Engineering, one semester. Pratt Institute. JAMES EDWARD HOEPPER New York cny, N. Y. B.S., three semesters. Manhattan College. Sl' ill 'lf THOMAS R. HOFFMAN 'PT IVl:ite Plains, N. Y.. Electrical Engineering, four semesters. Union, BHS' ketball, Student Council, A.I.E.E. TIM RIPPLE HOFFMAN lVindbc'r, Pemm. Pre-medical, two semesters. Manchester College. SANFORD IRVING HOLLANDIER Onlllge, N. Orange High School. Union, Football. I l I . l l l I A, .ly 5 . l In ' f I l 1 3 A . 1 J . lg. I l . L . I , I . .V If 5 I 1, . ' , - . . -, 4' l 'fi I ., A y wt . '. i -. lg . , fa ' .-.pa . F 1 'H l I I K .1 l I o 11 M- I rl I I NINETEEN FORTY-THREE 1. 'Z' 4 I I ,fa , .ea lg 1 i I I f I ' I .Ac It S, I I I J yi V2 - -at I ' .fs A , 4 ' I ' A ' 1 K . if ...F I .Is -Y ' 1.1 -..fl J I r , ,F , I 1 . il ."' . fs? A I' A I 1 I 'ffl' f , ., . l i-lx L. I 3 it ...Q. . L? I, , it g 5 A M ' " ' ' 1 . K ZW n .. -.-.J v,I2NiNETEEN FORTY-THREE f WESTON HOLM Por! jeffermrl, N. Y. Civil Engineering. Port Jefferson High School, GIGS Club. WILLIAM CHARLES HOLSTEIN Library, Perma. . Civil Enineering, two semesters. University of Pitts- burgh, Golf, Freshman Football. EDWARD WINSLOW HOPKINS Haddonfield, N. J. I- Pre-medical. Episcopal Academy, Debating, Soccer, Tennis, Glee Club. ri: 4: sg DONALD H. HOUGHTON KPX L?.Yillgf01l, Marr. A.B. in Social Studies, two semesters. Columbia Uni- versity, Track. KENNETH ALAN HOWARD Atlanta, Ga. Emory University BOYD ALLISON HOWE Fiirmingdnle, N. Y. Civil Engineering. Farmingdale High School, Foot- ball, Basketball. Union, U.C.R.S. Pl! Pls WARREN FRANCIS HOWE, JR. IlViIming1au, Dela. A.B. in Economics, two semesters. Columbia Uni- versity, Choir. Union, Band. CHARLES J. HUGELMEYER KfI'K New York Cily, N. Y. B.S., three semesters. New York University. GEORGE RENE HUMPHREY New York City, N. Y. A.B., two semesters. New York University. rl: vk Ik JEAN LUCIEN IMHOFF New York City, N. Y. Wagner College. 'WILLIAM CLARK JACKSON uyd7'.f!l1,l!, N. Y. Warsaw High School, Football, Track. ROBERT SEYMOUR JACOBS New York Cfly, N. Y. City College of New York. 214 wk :lf RALPH GILCHRIST JAEGGLI Dewitt, N. Y. Civil Engineer, one semester. Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute. JOHN A. JAFFURS Pillrbingb, Pemm. Civil Engineering, one semester. University of Pitts- burgh. WILLIAM JOHN JAMESON X'I' Srbeueclndy, N. Y. B.S., two semesters. Union. N. L. ,IOHNSON ADOLPH ROBERT .IUNG Gl01fez'.fl'ille, N. Y. Civil Engineering. Cornell University, Football. DONALD MQRTON KANTER Pfl.f.l':Iit', N. j. Pre-medical. Newark Academy, Dramatics, Mgr. Baseball. Union, Glee Club. 1 IOSEPH KASKOUN Form! Hillr N. Y. Eorestul-lills .High School, Football, Baseball, Basket- all, Swimming. Union, l'ootball. BORIS RISKIN KAUFMAN KN Pzlrrnic, N. Pre-medical, six semesters. Union, Concordiensis, Pre-medical Club. ROBERT BARAT KEANE New Ynrlf Cily, N. Y B.S. Fordham Preparatory School, Football, Base- ball, Publications, Debating. at .ye 4. HENRY FRANCIS KELLY Grew Nerlv, N. Y. New York University JAMES JOHN KELLY Dmmfille N. Y. Dansville High School, Football, Publications, Dra- matics. LAWRENCE A. KELLY JR. Merbmzirzfille, N. Y. LaSalle Institute, Tennis, Glee Club. 4: at 4: LOUIS MERROW KILLEEN Srbeneclfzdy, N. Y C1vil.Eng1neering. Mont Pleasant High School, Tennis, National Honor Society. HARRY GORDON KING Grzmd R:1,!1id.r, Mirla. Gfand Rapids Junior College. Union, Student Coun- ci . EDWIN D. KNIGHT Bu ala N Y ff . . - Pre-medical, four semesters. Union, Glee Club, Out- ing Club, Choir. .li za RICHARID , , , Civil Engineering. George Wz1sl1ington High School. EDWARD KNOB New York Cily N Y THEOIQORE FRIANCIS KOHN Pi1l.rb11rgb,. Pflllld. ivil Engineering, one semester. University of Pitts- burgh. Union, Football. WALTER .SHERMAN KOUNS New Yorle Cily, N. Y. 1. Civil Engineering, two semesters. Clarkson College Of Technology, Football, Baseball. - .,.. H--- ..,. M.--,-.-A -A ---- -'Mr "" , . l l Q gi f,'-rw? l 1 R33 l 1,3 I FWF' i i . V x X . .A x ll Ln X ff? l f ,ca ' f . 1 r ' t XL. 4 " .W 1 I 'lava 'W 'I' l, I 17 ' 4 . If . f I I I QC: ' ,g y A l N tg R , . 'A lili -Jill Lx 4,5 I n NINETEEN FORTY-THREE V 1 Xelx I - f 'sn , '19 -Oli' ' . ll A "' 7 Anil? iivfyr . mr? W 0 Q, A I , l ' w 'M I A -'3 fl c .95 l wi.. .ii 9 ' ' V he I .Ll fix .1 lx V NINETEEN FORTY-THREE 1 GEORGE JOSEPH KOCH New York City, N. Y. Civil Engineering. Manual Training High School, Track. NORMAN KREISMAN 'l'-YA Neu' York City, N. Y. A.B. in Social Studies, two semesters. New York University, Swimming. EARL EDWIN KROTH Buffalo, N. Y. L Civil Engineering, Burgard Vocational High School. at 114 .it LEE EVERETT LANDES ll7'oodmere, N. Y. A.B. in Social Studies, five semesters. Union ,Glee Club, Choir, Mountebanks, Christian Association, Student Council. ROBERT FRANK LANGE White Plrzinr, N. Y. Electrical Engineering, four semesters. Union, Foot- ball, Baseball, A.I.E.E. RICHARD H. LANGE 'PPA Schenectady, N. Y. Pre-medical, four semesters. Union, Glee Club, Choir, Swimming. 4: gl: :yr EDWARD J. LANTIER Long Iilzltld City, N. Y. B.S. in Science, six semesters. New York University, Class President. J. ROBERT LA PANN Gleur Fnllr, N. Y. B.S. in Science, six semesters. Union, Garnet Key, Terrace Council, Football, Lacrosse, Student Council, Hale Club, Newman Club, Garnet. RAYMOND ABRAM LA RUE Margate City, N. J. Pre-medical, one semester. Atlantic City High School, Football, Baseball. :gt .qt Ae DENIS JOHN LEAHY New York City, N. Y. A.B. in Social Studies, three semesters. Iona College, Baseball, Football. VVILLIAM HARVEY LEE, JR. New York City, N. Y. Brooklyn Preparatory School, Swimming, Baseball. JOHN THOMAS LEMILY New York City, N. Y. Manual Training High School. 111 it fl' RICHARD JEROME LEVY Lynbroolz, N. Y. Pre-medical, two semesters. University of Vermont, Tau Epsilon Phi. MICHAEL ANTHONY LEYDEN New York City, N. Y. A.B. in Social Studies, three semesters. Iona Col- lege, Basketball, Baseball. STANLEY B. LIEDEKER New York City. N. Y. Electrical Engineering. Erasmus Hall High School, Band, Orchestra. LEONARD LIEB Far Rockaway, N. Y. I-L BS: in Chemistry, one semester. Union, Concord- iensis. WILLIAM. G. LIGNANTE New York City, N. Y. . Civil Engineering, two semesters. Pratt Institute, Publications, Choir. CHARLES WAI.LACE LINART Schenectady, N. Y. Pre-medical, three semesters. Union. 'lf rt! if ROBERT .Hs LOUGHBOROUGH, JR. New York City, N.Y. Trinity, Publications, Tennis, Swimming. ROBERT JOHNSON LUCAS New York City, N. Y. Electrical Engineering, three semesters. City College Of New York, Publications. EVERETI' LUND K'l'K South Ozone Park, N. Y. New York University, Choir, Glee Club. 'lf vlv Ht' DANIEL LUNDQUIST EX jtmzextown, N. Y. Electrical Engineering, two semesters. Union. JAMES CHRISTOPHER LYDDY New York, N. Y. Pre-medical, five semesters. Manhattan College, Dra- matics, Debating. THOMAS MARTIN LYNCH, JR. Belle Terre, N. Y. Electrical Engineering, one semester. Port jefferson High School, Football, Basketball, Tennis, Glee Club, Publications. M ik Sli THOMAS sruacsls LYNCH Philadelphia, Perma. West Catholic High School. ROBERT KEANE LYONS New York City, N. Y. Electrical Engineering, one semester. Bishop Laugh- lin High School, Swimming, Publications. CHARLES F. MAC GILL, JR. ANI' Newton, Mau. Clin in Literature, two semesters. Union, Mounte- an s. tk lk lk ROBERT TORREY MACKAY XXII Fort Wayne, Ind. Electrical Engineering, four semesters. Union, Stu- dent Council. FRED THOMAS MACKENZIE New York, N. Y. New York University, Track, Basketball. CHARLES PETER MAGGIO Hefflfftmfd, N. Y. Chaminacle High School, Band, Basketball, Baseball, Track. at A I V., ap r WF? ,av f'tt 1 .U 1' . 5 1 we f 'I l l N 'x Iii 3:3 , 13 l ,A 9-'A aj. ,VA.t 1 My 1, gi I l i, It V. Y' g ik Srl X ' ig mlifq. 5 N-INETEEN FORTY-THREE V I QW . -.- .1 x I 2 In T- ' i i U I K al . K' , rr A4 A q VQ1 ,q. 'Ilia ff' I il K X "X l i 'ay 'f it' ' . I on .I 5. I' V FT ' , ts -'f' A gk 1 . L I2 l 'F-:Et x--. It . I , ' K l "Q A r 'ar .- V V J X RT: 1 I I I .. I , , . gt-+P i"'f' n I- 1 'A .Sl . i' I 'ai if ll z A ' 1: A I Jn.-. I ' ' r .1' -img- NINETEEN FORTY-THREE V-I2 GEORGE J. MAGOVERN AEI? New York Cily, N. Y. Pre-medical, four semesters. Manhattan College, Glee Club, Publications. CALVIN LENARD MALINKA KC'7'Z70I1rI2,l'!l1I, N. Y. I. Ellenville High School, Baseball. NATHAN MANDEL New York Cily, N. Y. Pre-medical, four semesters. St. john's University, Baseball. at 21: .qt JOSEPH BIRD MANN K3 Lake Molanzek, N. j. B.S. in Chemistry, five semesters. Union, Chemistry Club, Louis Oppenheim Prize, Fuller Chemistry Prize. GERALD DUGGAN MANNIS Beacon, N. Y. Beacon High School LEO MARK New York City, N. Y. A.B. in English, five semesters. St. john's Univer- sity, New York University, Basketball. Union, Foot- ball. MICHAEL M. MARTUSCELLO AlllJl6fdzI7Il, N. Y. Pre-medical, three semesters. Union, Basketball, Block "U". WILLIAM FRANK MARZLUFF NI' Rorheiler, N. Y. I. B.S. in Chemistry, four semesters. Union, Band, Swimming. HAROLD MATTLAND Mil1l01l'lI, N. I. Pre-medical, one semester. New Brunswick High School. qt rl: ,qt CHARLES T. MATTHEWS Hmzlinglou Slafiou, N. Y. South Huntington High School. WILLIAM FREDERICK MEIER 'DFA Farrar! Hillr, N. Y. Electrical Engineering, two semesters. Union. PHILIP FREDERICK MESCHUTT Hnmplorl Bayr, N. Y. Hampton Bays High School, Soccer, Basketball, Base- ball. :K :1: BERNARD KAELIN MEYER New York City, N. Y. Electrical Engineering. Brooklyn Technical High School, Football, Baseball. , JOHN K. MICKELSEN 'I'-50 Norfb Tomzzmzzdn, N. Y. Electrical Engineering, two semesters. Union, Glee Club. HUBERT AAGE MIKKELSEN Scbenormdy. N. Y. B.S., one semester. Union. WILLIAM WATROUS MILLINGTON Scbwlerlrnty, N. Y. Electrical Engineering, Two Semesters. Union, Glee Club. QUENTIN IIRVING MINCHER Scbezlerlady, N. Y. A.B. in Social Studies, one semester. Union. .IAY IRA MINSKY Pillrburgb, Pemla. B.S., two semesters. University of Pittsburgh. :iz :iz FRED HOLLAND MITCHELL New York City, N. Y. in Social Studies, one semester. New York University. Union, Choir, Glee Club. DONALD JOHN MOLINELLI New York City, N. Y. Pre-ciental, one semester. Midwood High School, Publications. EDWARD JAMES MOORE JR. Freeport, N. Y. Pre-medical, one semester. Mount St. Mary's College, Track, Publications. :lc :l: .IOSEPH TERENCE MORRIS Freeport, N. Y. JAMES FRANCIS MORRISSEY New York City, N. Y. Freeport High School, Track, Dramatics. CHARLES EDWIN MOSCA 'FKA Blauvmx, Pemm. B.S., two semesters. University of Pittsburg, Swim- ming. Union, Football. DONALD EDWARD MULLEN Mlllllll I!C'?'ll0ll, N. Y. Electrical Engineering, one semester. New York Uni- versity, Fencing, Band. Union, Band. EUGENE FRANCIS MULLEN, JR. New York City, N. Y. Electrical Engineering, one semester. New York Uni- versity, Football. PAUL BAYLOR MURPHY South Nyack, N. Y. Civil Engineering, two semesters. Clarkson College Of Technology. vi: :ti rl: WILLIAM L. MURPHY BNI' Elnzklmrt, N. Y. Civil Engineering, two semesters. Clarkson College of Technology. JAMES PATRICK MCALLISTER Brooklyn, N. Y. Engineering, one semester. Brooklyn Preparatory, Track, Cross-country, Union. F. GORDON MCCOMBS Niagara Fall.f, N. Y- Electrical Engineering, two semesters. Clarkson Col- lege of Technology. I Xp , I I ,. . 411, , Q75 . A r 1 - ai X I . . I G' 4 ' A H tl ' I -I? Kwik far.. xtlxt I Iii NINETEEN FORTY-TH I fa' . 1 l . 1 . Q3- l 1 I l A. Ll ,l E f A ,fu si- , if?-' i 'lik I .r of. V ., x :ll 'P ,. V NINETEEN FORTY-THREE l RICHARD H. MCDONALD XXI' Oceanside, N. Y. Pre-medical, three semesters. Union. BERNARD THOMAS MCGOVERN Symrufe, N. Y. Civil Engineering, three semesters. Syracuse Univer- sity, Band, R.O.T.C., A.S.C.E. Union, Band. JOHN BERNARD MCGRATH Brooklyn, N. Y. Regis High School, Debating if rl' 'lf KENNETH NORMAN MCIVER Stolen Irluzzd, N. Y. Port Richmond High School. JAMES GRAY MCLOUGHLIN Rome, N. Y. Rome Free Academy, Publications, Debating. FRANCIS C. MCMATH X'I' Bloomfield Hills, Mirb. lk wk 11 EUGENE JOSEPH MCPARTLAND, JR. Broolelyu, N. Y.I.L JAMES A. McTIERNAN AT Liflle Fnllr, N. Y. Syracuse University. DAVID JEROME NAGLE Hollir, N. Y. Brooklyn Technical High School, Radio Club, Glee Club. Union, Glee Club, Choir. 'll 'lf fl! ROBERT A. NEBLUNG jerrey Cily, N. I. Civil Engineering, two semesters. Pratt Institute, A.I.A. HUGH ALAN NELSON EX Erie, Pu. B.S. in Chemistry, two semesters. Union, Glee Club. ROBERT JAMES NELSON AK4' Gloifenrrfille, N. Y. Pre-ministerial, two semesters, Hartwick College, Choir. 'll 'lf Pl! DANIEL EUGENE NEUBECK North Collim, N. Y. Electrical Engineering. North Collins High School, Basketball, Swimming. RAYMOND JOHN NEWTON Burn! Hills, N. Y. Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake High School, Soccer, Bas- ketball, Baseball. EDGAR WENDELL NIELSEN Brooklyn, N. Y. Electrical Engineering, one semester. Polytechnic In- stitute of Brooklyn, Publications, A.S.M. E., Glee Club. FRED R. NORO-MESKY AK4' Slaleu Irland, N. Y. B.S., two semesters. Wzagner College, Track, Cross- country. SOL NUDELMAN Broolalyu, N. Y. D E. S. in Physics, two semesters. New York Univer- sity, Swimming. JOHN J. O'BRIEN Greal Neck, N. Y. Civil Engineering, two semesters. Clarkson College of Technology. WILLIAM DENIS O'BRIEN 'PEK Samlogrr Sjlriflgx, N. Y. A.B. in Social Studies, five semesters. Union, Band. ROBERT MICHAEL O'CONNOR IVnlerfm'd, N. Y. A.B. in Social Studies, four semesters. Union, New- man Club, International Relations Club, Student Council. S. J. O'CONNOR Dropped from School :ll lk PF ARTHUR JOSEPH OLIVET Killg,ff0Il, N. Y. B.S., four semesters. New York State Teachers Col- lege, Freshman Basketball. CLAYTON H. OLNEY MIIFFIZOII, N. Y. Electrical Engineering, four semesters. Clarkson Col- lege of Technology, Glee Club, Band, Publications. Union, A.I.E.E. WILI.IAM VINCENT OLSZEWSKI Srbenecmdy, N. Y. Mont Pleasant High School :li Pls M4 ALDEN OPIE IIUII Billgbdllllflll, N. Y. Electrical Engineering, four semesters. Union, Stu- dent Council, A.I.E.E. ROBERT FRANCIS OSSWALD Irludmn Fully, N. Y. Hudson High School SAUL OSTROW lVo0d,ria'e, N. Y. . A.B, in Literature, eight semesters. New York Uni- versity. Union, Football. PV if ROBERT HUTTON OWEN Prwffecl Park, Pa. Pre-medical. Ocean City High School, Football. Union, Band. WILLIAM HENRY PAHL, JR. XXI' BLllfilll0!'U: Md: Civil Engineering, two semesters. Union, Student Council. GEORGE PALLRAND Al Gleflr Fullx, N. Y. B.S., two semesters. Clarkson College of Technology. 'lx WI: s X-fl' l X -wf- , +x Q34 D I 5' .Q , .-ff'1,1, R ti ' Q 2 I E - , t , I y ag V A , NINETEEN FORTY-THREEV I G55 L11 xXi'i4'l,k ' YQ fa 4 is JAX Q1 xl ! st , ,J , . ,-un., A as ,a.al-. . V .1 W "Q S' 9 i l ' a Q y . ,... . . U 44 i 7 .ca . i 1 Q' Z .Q 3 A' I t ' ' -5 Q ' , 4- ' is 1 .-Q J ' . . K in 'sri -..J FORTY-THREE v-W ETEE N ROY ALFRED PAPA Youlwazr, N. Y. Mount Saint Michael High School. EDWARD K. PARKER LdI'L'hlIl0l1l, N. Y. B.S., four semesters. Iona College. RUSSELL LESTER PARKER Albany, N. Y. Albany High School Pk vli Sli R. T. PASSINEAU Glam Fnllx, N. Y. South Glens Falls High School. DONALD LAWRENCE PATRIE Scalia, N. Y. Scotia High School. ERNEST GRAHAM PELTZ llyillnrd, N, Y. Ovid High School il' fl Sli FRANCIS JOSEPH PETERS New Yorlv, N. Y. Electrical Engineering, one semester. New York University. FREDERICK STEPHEN PETERS New York, N. Y. New York University, Football, Baseball. Union, Football. JOSEPH H. F. PHELAN Yfll1kUl'.f, N. Y. Pre-medical, two semesters. Manhattan College, Glee Club. ' 2' ll: VINCENT PATRICK PICKETT Mecbanicifille, N. Y. B.S., four semesters. New York State College for Teachers. RICHARD PIETROPAOLI Lillle Fully, N. Y. Little Falls High School, National Honor Society, Glee Club. Union, Glee Club. ALBERT W. PLAMBECK llyarlfeld, N. 1. Civil Engineering, two semesters. Clarkson College of Technology, Karma Fraternity. :l: al: al: ROBERT WILSON PLUNKETT KA Troy. N. Y. A.B. in Social Studies, four semesters. Union, Block 'U', Basketball, President Interfraternity Council. JACK MAURICE POMPAN Fm' Rockaizfrly, N. Y. East Rockaway High School JOHN CHAMBERLAIN POOLE Albany, N. Y. B.S. in Chemistry, two semesters. Union, Basketball. LYISIAN G. POTTER XII' Norfolk, Colm. Pre-Ministerial, three semesters. Union. JACK WILLIAM PRACHT Pilzrbm-gb, Pa. ' B.S. in Chemistry, two semesters. University of Pittsburgh, Football, Orchestra. Union, Football. GABRIEL STANLEY PRESSMAN 'DISK New York, N. Y. A.B. in Social Studies, six semesters. New York University, Publications, Class President, President Student Council. Union, Concordiensis. JOSEPH FREDRICK PRICE jersey Cily, N. j. St. Peter Preparatory School, Band, Dramatics, Or- chestra. Union, Band. THOMAS GRIMBALL PRIOLEAU, JR. New York, N. Y. Riverdale Country School, Publications, Glee Club, Football, Dramatics. ARNOLD PRISCO New York, N. Y. New York University, Track, Swimming. :II HOWARD KNICKERBOCKER PRUYN Glenr Falls, N. Y. Glens Falls High School JOSEPH ALBERT PUIG New York, N. Y. R. PUTROPAUH New York University. :li IRVING RAIFMAN Brooklyn, N. Y. Pre-medical, three semesters. Brooklyn College, Pub- lications. RAYMOND AMUNDSEN RAMBERG New York, N. Y. Fort Hamilton, High School. JOHN JAMES RAPISARDA New York, N. Y. Pre-medical, five semesters. Manhattan College, Track, Publications. 41 ill FREDRICK GORHAM RAY Knlmmh, N. Y. Katonah High School, Baseball, Basketball, Glee Club, Publications. Union, Band. CHARLES WARREN REEB jarkroaz Heigblr, N. Y. Electrical Engineering, Newtown High School. WILLIAM CHARLES REED Cmflon, Pa. 1 U Electrical Engineering, one semester. University of Pittsburgh. Union, Band. V?-1. l ,- ,, ,.. . ... ..-. .r.iv-uv-H 'T'-""1"".V 4 i l . I 'i"ll 1 . fuk 4 1 ,, I I L r . , V.: V, A ,W 'M " , L .v S I' , . nga. X 1. f -.r - - ag, , F 6 uwl A , it V I ' it 'r r qv W 1' 5 fo 6 ,W kk is ,. f-it xt t l , Q I 4 , ig for lr l r I l 1' gill' ,' "aff , I A NINETEEN FORTY-THREE V I ca- lx! V NINETEEN FORTY-THREE I IQ l .. x- l l RICHARD JOHN REICH Pittsburgh, Pu. I - Electrical Engineering, one semester. University of Pittsburgh. THOMAS ROBERT REID llVeJt Pillrfou, Pa. U Pre-medical, one semester. West Pittston High School, Football, Dramatics. JAMES VINCENT REILLY New York. N, Y. I Electrical Engineering, one semester. St. Pe-ter's High School, Basketball, Glee Club. at at az FRANCIS JULIAN RICHMOND Fluibillg, N. Y. B.S., six semesters. New York University, Football. Union, Football. BERNARD RIFKIN New York, N. Y. James Madison High School, National Honor Society. JOHN FRANKLIN RITZ Rorheffer, N. Y. Aquinas Institute bl' rl HENRY CONRAD RIVETTI Pfzferxoff, N. j. l Pre-medical, two semesters. Fordham University. Union, Concordiensis. JAMES A. ROBERTSON 'PPA Srbeuecmdy, N, Y. Pre-medical, two semesters. Union. WALTER RICHARD ROBERTSON New York, N. Y. New York University, Baseball, Basketball. WILLIAM D. ROBUSTO AlII.ff6fd4llll, N. Y. Pre-dental, three semesters. Siena College. LAWRENCE KARL ROCKWOOD Albany, N. Y. Albany High School, Hockey. THOMAS M. RODGERS JR. 'PK Hm'riJbln'g, Pemm. W EMBRE CHARLES ROGERS Tarrylozwl, N. Y. A.B. in Social Studies, five semesters. Iona College. R. M. ROSSE M. RUBENSTEIN EDWIN R. RUBICK Sfmflyride, N. Y. St. Ann's Academy NORRIS EDWARD RUMSEY Sjlriflgfeld, Pemm. Pre-medical. Springfield I-Iigh School, Football Track, Glee Club. .IAMES EDWARD RYAN Srbeuerludy, N. Y. Pre-medical, three semesters. Union, Glee Cluh. Pl Pls I KEITH E. SAID Corfziug, N. Y. Corning Free Academy, Football, Track, Baseball. JAMES FRANCIS SALMON JR. Iilrmzl Park, N. Y. Xavier I-Iigh School, Basketball, Tennis, Debating. RICHARD I. SALWITZ New York, N. Y. Fieldston School a: 4 wx: GERALD SAMSON New York, N. Y. Civil Engineering, two semesters. Pratt Institute. ALBERT W. SANBORN Ell' I-Ilzrmz, S. D. B.S. in Chemistry, five semesters. Union. GLEN CARL SAWVEL Pillrlmrgb, Pemm. Civil Engineering, one semester. University of Pitts- burgh. :lc gg HERBERT- K. SAXE Dlmmul, N. Y. Civil Engineering. Dumont High School, Publica- tions. Union, Glee Club. HAROLD DAVID SAUNDERS New Yaris, N. Y. Electrical Engineerin , two semesters. New York ' 8 University. NORMAN WILLIAM SCHAUM Piflrlmrgb, Pemm. Civil Engineering, two semesters. University of Pittsburgh, Freshman Basketball. 1 .l. S. SCHIAVO EDW ARD ROBERT SCI-IIFFMACI-IER Buldufifl, N. Y. Electrical Engineering, two semesters. Union, U. C. R. S., Glee Club, Choir. ERIC JOSEPH SCHMERTZ Nw Rnrbelle, N. Y. New Rochelle I-Iigh School, Baseball. 3. l..- ,. . Jak N n I pus , I 'l ' 4 l 1 l I . Ip - Ira A i 41 ,Q- i I, ll I '. s ' 1 ,-, 1 ua. yt .f, 1 .': E. MLS, EALN- 1' .L ... .. . ag.- I' ' li I nf l I l 1 'avi .Q 1 E i I Z....l...-.A.-. NINETEEN FORTY-THREE V12 JOERN SCHMEY KT-3 Bloomfield, N. I. ' 1 B.S. in Physics, two semesters. Union, Swimming. JOHN E. SCHMIDT Ierxey City, N. Y. Civil Engineering, three semesters. Pratt Institute. EDWARD JOSEPH SCHUFFMAN Norfolk, Vu. A.B. in Literature, seven semesters. New York Uni- versity. Union, U.C.R.S. .ii :iz NORMAN SCHWARTZ New York, N. Y. New York University ROBERT LEW'IS SCOTT Scbellerlady, N. Y. Pre-medical. Nott Terrace High School. RICHARD VAIL SECORD H.1.rtiug.r on Hudroaz. N. Y. Hastings High School, Tennis. Union, Choir, Glee Club, Band. :ir .ir HOWARD ROBERT SEIVISROTH Scolirl, N. Y. Scotia High School, Track, Publications. JOHN E.. SENGELAUB JR. Flurbing, N. Y. Civil Engineering, Newtown High School, Basketball. Union, Band. EDWARD S. SETCHKO Hatlizlgr ou Hudrozz, N. Y. Hastings High School, Football, Basketball, Drama- UCS. xl: ALEXANDER JOHN SEVERI New York Cilyl. N. Y. Civil Engineering, two semesters. Long Island Uni- versity. SAMUEL FREDERICK SEYMOUR New Carman, Colm. New York University. Union, Choir. ALAN ROBERT SHAPIRO feney Cily, N. New York University. DANIEL JUDAS SHAPIRO New York, N. Y. Pre-medical, four semesters. Brooklyn College, Swim- ming. Union, U.C.R.S. WAl.TER GEORGE SHEARD JR. Electrical Engineering, four semesters. Clarkson Col- lege of Technology. ROGERS MILES SHERMAN Bronxzfille, N. Y. Bronxvillc High School, Basketball, Baseball. WALTER ROBERT SHETTLER Laurellon,,N. Y. Civil Engineering. Far Rockaway High School. WALTER ALLEN SHORT Symclue, N. Y. Electrical Engineering, two semesters. Clarkson Col lege of Technology, Football, Hockey, A.I.C.H.E. JAMES ANDREW SHRIVER New York, N. Y. Civil Engineering, one semester. New York Univer- sity. :fr DANIEL ROBERT SIDOTI Norila Bergen, N. I. , B.S. in Chemistry, five semesters. New York Um versity. RAYMOND NORVAL SHUPE Kenmore, N. Y. Kenmore Senior High School. MYRON SAUL SLAFF Parmic, N. I. U Pre-dental, one semester. New York University. W. F. SLOAN RUDOLPH EDWARD SLOVACEK Srbeueclady, N. Y. Electrical Engineering, two semesters. Union. ROBERT BRUCE SMITH New York Cily, N. Y. BS. in Chemistry, six semesters. New York Univer- sity. WILLIAM M. SMITH Pilhflmrgb, Perma. HS., two semesters. University of Pittsburgh, Swim ming, Tennis. M. E. SMOCZYNSKI JR. IIKA Mount Carmel, Perma. Pre-medical, two semesters. University of Pennsyl vanra. BARTON HUNTER SNOW Rafbmef, N. Y. Marshall High School, Cross-country. STUART HAYWARD SNYDER New York, N. Y. Academy of Aeronautics, La Guardia Field. STANLEY SOLOMON New York, N. Y. Pre-medical, two semesters. Long Island University, Baseball, Basketball. PRESCOTT CURTIS SOOK Troy, N. Y. Pre-medical, two semesters. New York State College for Teachers. , ,..,,.,........-3 .... l 3 L Q R l 1 t 1 F51 1 l x I ,gk .41 4 r l 1 I l 1 i I' , .ix W 5 , . - r nl.. 3.1 NINETEEN FORTY-THREE V - 'Ll -.Q ' if X lil ' , ,A ,, 1 1 ' . 3 y J kj I . l as 1 I 4. - N 4 . x ' ' s 2 -f V NINETEEN FORTY-THREE 1 WALTER LARKE SORG Spriugheld Gnrdezzf, N. Y. Malverne High School VINCENT MICHAEL SOTTILE Smlezz Irlmzd, N. Y. Pre-medical, one semester. Wagner College, Baseball, Basketball. WINSLOW LEWIS SOUTHER New York, N. Y. Pre-medical, two semesters. Manhattan College, Tennis. rl: it LEONARD MYLES SPENCE 0110 MOIIIII Vernon, N. Y. ORTON FLOURNOY SPENCER Fayellewille, N. Y. Syracuse University PETER SPEZZANO Brixlol, Pemm. Pre-medical. Bristol High School, Football, Track. tk Ill ROSS HUGH SPICER Flufhing, N. Y. Bayside High School DONALD HENRY SPIELMANN New York, N. Y. Civil Engineering. john Adams High School, Band, Swimming. Union, Band. B. E. SPREEN si. n :iz HENRY TURNER STANLEY JR. Key Weir, Flu. Civil Engineering. Admiral Farragut Preparatory School, Track, Swimming, Tennis. VICTOR THOMAS STARSNIC Etna, Pemm. Civil Engineering, two semesters. University of Pittsburgh, Basketball. DAVID WILLIAM STAUB New York, N. Y. l Pre-medical, five semesters. Brooklyn College, Publi- cations. Ili IF ili ROBERT H. STEGEMANN New Yorle, N. Y. Pace Institute RALPH C. STENEHJEM Gibbon, Nab. Pre-medical, two semesters. Nehraska State. Union, Band, Student Council. K. I.. STILLWELL PETER MAX STROUX Haledozz, N. j. n Civil Engineering. Central High School, National Honor Society. JOHN FRANCIS SULLIVAN New York, N. Y. Iona College, Footbal, Baseball. FRANK WARRE NSWACKER New York, N. Y. . Electrical Engineering, one semester. New York Uni- versity. Union, U.C.R.S. :lt Sli STANLEY BARNARD SWIFT EK Albany, N. Y. Electrical Engineering, four semesters. IRVEN SEYMOUR SWIRE K'I'K Pitirfeld, Marr. B.S., six semesters. New York State College for Teachers. ALLEN N. TALMUD 'PEA New York, N. Y. Electrical Engineering, two semesters. Union, Stu- dent Council. rlx ll' FRANK JAY TAPPEN Garden City, N. Y. Emil Engineering. Garden City High School, Base- a . PAUL ADRICH TESSIER Coboer, N. Y. Pre-dental, five semesters. Siena College. DORSEY OPIE THOMAS JR. ANI' llVarl1if1glon, D. C. B.S. in Chemistry, five semesters. Union, Glee Club. 4: 41 wr: MERRITI' ERVING TILLEY JR. Hooxick Falla, N. Y. Hoosick Falls High School JERRY A. risi-IMAN New York, N. Y. A.B. in Social Studies, four semesters. University of North Carolina, Tennis. RICHARD REINALD TOEPFER jersey Cily, N. j, B.S. in Chemistry, four semesters. Polytechnic Insti- tute of Brooklyn. 4: a- wr: BERNARD E. TOFANY AKM R0fbBfIEf N, Y. B-S-, four semesters. St. Bonaventure, Basketball, Football. WARREN RICHARD TOMPKINS Slcllell Irlmld, N. Y. Curtis High School, Swimming. NICHOLAS EMMETT TREANOR New York, N. Y. A.B. in Social Studies, two semesters. Iona College, Basketball. 1 i I l I ' I l 1 l 'Iv' xll wr! 4-154 A :..l, V l i , . ., 1 'lvl' 1 ,. l l 'Q v l . , -.W R .,. I .5 ' ' g ,.f K I Q n lg A I i 1 ,. fi Q l , l .' 53.51 I I , V sal I X I L, fra- ..,--.-...,.-. ., NINETEEN FORTY-THREE V 1 .i"""f ru, . -ff l l 4 NETEEN FORTY-THREE JACK FRANK TRENNER 'PEK Baltimore, Md. Electrical Engineering, four semesters Union. ROBERT WILLIAM TREVITHICK Xi' Sclsenermdy, N. Y. Pre-medical, five semesters. Union, Pre-medical Club. CHARLES JOSEPH TRILLER Hudmzz Fallr, N. Y. Pre-medical, five semesters. Siena College, Glee Club, Band, Orchestra. 'lf A wk WAYNE NEUFELD UMLAND Qneezfr Village, N. Y. A.B. in Social Studies, one semester. New York University. CHARLES EDGAR VAN DERCOOK Troy, N. Y. , Pre-medical, three semesters. Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Track, R.S.E. JOSEPH PATRICK VAUGI-IN New York, N. Y. Civilk Engineering. Bronx High School of Science, Trac . Pls Sli ANTONIO ALBERT VERSACI AT Sclseuecmdy, N. Y. Pre-medical, two semesters. Union, Track. ROBERT A. VIGNOLA Harrixorl, N. Y. Harrison High School, Publications, Debating, Dra- matics. PIERRE H. VINING DiCl5ilI.l'0lI Center, N. Y. Pre-medical, four semesters. State Teachers College, Edward E. Potter Club. :ir sg WESTON EDWARD VIVIAN Cranrfoaz, R. I. . Electrical Engineering, two semesters. Union, Mountebanks. RALPH EDWARD VOGEL AKII New York, N. Y. Pre-medical, six semesters. Wagner College, Foot- ball, Baseball, Basketbal. Union, Football. JAMES VOLLMER Philadellwbitl, Perma. Preimedical, one semester. University of Pennsyl- vama. at at RUSSELL CRAIG VON OESEN AKG' Jerfey Cify. N- I- Pre-medical, four semesters. Wagner College, De- bating. Union, Football. GILMOUR L. WAGLE New Yaris, N. Y. Pre-medical, seven semesters. Wagner College, Cap- tain Tennis Team, Choir. EDWARD J. WAJDA Schenectady. N. Y. B.S. in Physics, two semesters. Union, Band. RICHARD L. WALDO BiJ'lIIzIl't'k, N. D. Bismarck High School, Track, Publications. WILLIAM WAl-THER, JR. Neu' York, N. Y. 15.5. in Physics, six semesters. New York University. Swimming, Bantl, Orchestra. WILLIAM MERLE XVEBSTER, JR. Il".1r,mu', N. Y. B.S. in Physics, three semesters. Rensselaer Poly- technic Institute, Cross-country, Track 1 ROBERT GEORGE WEDEMEYER B:lJ'0IIll6, N. j. Pre-medical, six semesters. Wixgner College, Tennis. JUSTIN HAAR WENGER. Amt' York, N. Y. Electrical Engineering. New Utrecht High School, Track, Glec Club. EDWARD MICHAEL WESICK Illllllfllgfllll, N. Y. South Huntington High School, Cross-country. :ii :ic EUGENE J. WHITAKER Philadelphia, Pemza. St. John's High School, Union, Student Council. ROBERT NORMAN WILBUR llntlllflll, N. Y. Pre-medical, two semesters. Union, Glee Club, Choir, Pre-medical Club. WILLIAM B. XVILEY Albmfy, N. Y. Electrical Engineering, Alfred Technical Institute, Baseball, Basketball. DONALD ALAN VVILLEY Srberlerlady, N. Y. A.B. in Social Studies, two semesters. Union, Band. WILBUR L. WILLIAMS Smleu 1.t'ItN1lf, N. Y. A.B. in Social Studies, two semesters. New York University. ALMON CHAPMAN WIl.SON 11,a1.m,1 Falla, N. Y. Pre-medical, three semesters. Union, Band. MALCOLM JOHN WILSON, JR. Srbeuermdy, N. Y. Civil Engineering. Nott Terrace High School, Band, Choir, Football, Track. DONALDYOST WINGERATH Redwood, N. Y. Civil Engineering, one semester. Clarkson College of Technology. THEODORE STEPHEN WOERZ Sltllwl 1,f1.md, N. Y. New Dorp High School ,........... ... . 1 I l l I l I. itll .A K' kts.. I 'uv- I ii N ' . ' f' x Q - .' z Q5 ' I Pl' 3 . rl V E ' 73, I L . , .. , fi ii , A W Q " X ,' , I 5 1 . A., i .xl sl we fi' www s. l i 1 D. I f,t W - , . , xg i I I 4, H l l v Q f-' I I 1 , -:Y l,,...4.....--.41..l-.-. NINETEEN FORIY-THREE fs I Ili r - ,fb 1 'I . , l "I - ' I I ' , l . I , . s 5 l. A ,,. ,.. , ' if , j JE, NINETEEN FORTY-THREE V-ll JOHN PETER WOODS Hcl?'7'i.f0lI, N. Y. B.S., two semesters. New York State College for Teachers, Basketball. GEORGE SIDNEY WOOSTER BWI BiIIgl7:III1f0Il, N. Y. B.S. in Chemistry, two semesters. Union. NELSON INSLEE WRAY New York, N. Y. . Brooklyn Polytechnic Institute, Basketball, Tennis, Baseball. :gt :ga WILLIAM ARMSTRONG WRIGHT Pnufling, N. Y. Pre-medical, one semester. New York University. BENNETT L. YETRA Ulim, N. Y. Civil Engineering, two semesters. Clarkson College of Technology. JOSEPH YOUNG B7'igZ7I1l'lIl6f.f, N. Y. B.S., two semesters. St. John's University. Pl! PIG fl! PHIL ZIFFER Scbezleclady, N. Y. Electrical Engineering, one semester. JUDSON ZIMMER NI' Glorferrzfille, N. Y. Civil Engineering, six semesters. Union, Basketball Manager, Track, Block 'U', A.S.C.E. ORIVILLE H. ZIMMERMAN Snuzrdnle, N. Y. Science, six semesters. New York University. at at si: ANTHONY D. BOWER X'I' Albany, N. Y. Pre-medical, three semesters. W. L. FARRINGTON CHARLES ROBERT GREENE JR. Huzferford, Perma. Pre-medical, four semesters. University of Pennsyl- vania. Union, Football. an if M. M. GRUMBACH ROBERT WARREN HUTCHISON Yo1n1g.r1owu, N. Y. Youngstown High School, Basketball, Baseball . KENNETH WHALEY MASTERS, JR. Roclyerfer, N. Y. Brighton High School, Debating, Publications, Dra- matics, Soccer, Track, Tennis. st :gt :Lt EDWARD RUSSEN MATTHEWS Sufferu, N. Y. B.S. in Chemistry, two semesters. Clarkson College of Technology. MARSHALL ALBERT NELSON jnnmim, N. Y. Kew Forrest Preparatory, Publications, Soccer. JOHN PAUL OLSEN New Hyde Park, N. Y. . Sawanhaka High School, Track, Baseball, Tennis. :iz vi: 26 THOROLV THORGNY WAALAND New York, N. Y. Oslo University, University of Zurich. DONALD SEBASTIAN WERNER Norlb Porl, N. Y. North Port High School, Band, Basketball. s "NF-.. -,. 1 I, 11: -C-W x-'-wmyx -- . u 4 . i - .h , " ,haf H .Lila ith. , .s -,v ,.,',t1V- M 'C.Y"if"' " 'ef ' ,Haw L 1 Q 'PL ' '1U"r', . '-ir.. -j f vm' ff- . J t -. ' 1 Ns ' ff' -ll'-'LL l ,' - ,Q . ia - ' ' ' ffrsf "-' 'f 1' rff ' . 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H' . , .j ,f .H I fff N f . xl Q I ll -'.w" J vIv ljv -Q Q' ,il - 7.'..- 1 " 1' " , ff ' Q aff' ,f A 31: 5 I L' f X ' nffl 'M X x ,, k f A, ,.:'l- 'fn' A. ff Q I -F H - fl -5: 5-:as f 4' ,A XJ ' ' " .- Q M W To fq! .ff 59- 1 " ,fr ff 666475-s-12 f M 3 , nf 5. 62 1 ff-',y1,, , ff f 'M sk, H 1:0 BAILEY HALL ELECTRICAI. ENGINEERING BUILDING CHEMISTRY BUILDING LIBRARY J f I XWASHBURN HAI.L BIOLOGY LABORATORY GENERAL ENGINEERING BUILDING PHYSICS LABORATORY 1 Pr S. ru.. F7 'Wk 1944 1946 1947 I.. H -au ,. sir - -ra. fn, .,,. 'B Wiliam M5565 won College, ally, 1943 It was the same staid memorial to John Howard Payne which stood majestically before the portals of Union College maintaining its silent vigi- lance, it was the same library which beckoned in the distance to all those who entered within the gates. It was the same chapel bell which tolled sleepily across the campus of the college on the hill. To all appearances, Union Col- lege-july, 1943, was exactly the same as those who had departed in the stormy month of April had left her. True, the ivy clinging to the scarred gray walls was now thicker, the light green buds of spring had turned into the deep verdant foliage of summer. The heat was certainly greater. To the in- coming freshman, however, Union College held out the same hope-the same expectation-which she has offered to her entering sons for generations. And to those of us who had already tasted college life within Ramee's walls, she still would have beckoned with a richer fulfillment of the gifts which she had but begun to impart if we had not known ---. But when college closed last April, the student body had been advised that the Navy was definitely going to establish a unit at Union College. All through the spring vacation, announcements were sent out explaining how the college expected over 500 Naval Cadets, how the college had decided to take over all fraternities, how campus activities would necessarily have to be curbed. Along with this news, we who were returning to school knew that we could not look forward to the chief pleasure of coming back to college-that of renewing old acquaintances and friendships which had been made and hallowed by the bonds of common experience and interests. Many of our former companions, we knew, would be enduring experiences which many of us will never have to share. And therefore it was not with an attitude of joy that we returned to Union College-july, 1945, but rather one of thank- fulness and determination-thankful for being able to complete something which has been denied so many, and determined to make the most of our opportunity. Thus to us who returned to our alma mater after a short absence, Union College appeared changed and different. Gone was the familiar rushing of pledges by hungry fraternities which, in former years, characterized the first few weeks of college. Gone were the hilarious beer parties,, the boisterous bull sessions, the convivial companionship-all symbols of a temporarily departed . As Seen from the Civilian Point of View era. And as the 149th year of Union College began, it was a sea of white caps, stippled here and there with a few tousled heads of brown, which poured forth across the campus green and into the aisles of Memorial Chapel. It seemed that the face of Union College, a composite of the faces of all her students, had become decidedly military. And it is this "Military Face" of Union College which we see about us today. It is a face of live hundred sturdy young men in the uniform of our country proudly singing the National Anthem in a chapel dedicated to those of Union College who gave their lives in another great war. It is the face of three companies of sailors marching lustily to breakfast as six o'clock eve.y morning. It is the face of a white clad middie strolling arm and arm with a girl through the campus. These go to make up the face of Union College- 4 july, 1943. But though the face of a college may change from day to day, the spirit of a college lives on- it can never die. Of course this spirit manifests itself in many different days, and each of us has his own ideas as to the "Spirit of Union." To some of us, it is the freshman-sophomore rivalry and the nocturnal paintings of the Idol. To many, it is the weekly issue of The Concordiensis, the meals at Hale House, a bridge game in the student lounge. Others seem to Hnd the spirit living in the familiar faces which inhabit the campus. Tom, the cop standing by the mail box, the amicable face of prexy in his chapel seat, Charlie Waldron and his dog, Heidi. There are some to whom the spirit is more academic-joe Rotundo and his pipe in class, quiet evenings sur- rounded by books in the library, a Sunday afternoon organ recital. All these and more go to make up something immortal, something infinite-the Spirit of Union College. And so the face of Union College has changed considerably from what it was in years gone by. Some of us have accepted this change with a greater or lesser degree of willingness, but we have all accepted it because we know it is 21 necessity. But whether or not the face of Union College changes, whether we leave her today, tomorrow, or in four years, we will have that spirit of Union which nothing can alter. It began at Union College, 1795, and is still here at Union College-july, 1943. NETEEN FORTY-THREE AMERICO ABBRUZZESE Lymz, Mars. B.S. Football, Hockey, Newman Club, Student Council. ROBERT EDWARD ACKER 'PA9 Irzfinglon, N. I. Electrical Engineering. ROBERT H. BARNES NI' Scbeneclady, N. Y. Pre-medical. Ili DAVID BOCK -NI' Baliimore, Md. Electrical Engineering. Block U Lacrosse, AIEE. JAMES BORST BOUCK EX Middleburg, N. Y. B.S. in Chemistry, Glee Club and Choir, Band, Chemistry Club. HERBERT CARL BREDEMEIER Kenmore, N. Y. B.S. in Physics, Student Council. CHARLES P. CAPUTO NPA Glozferwille, N. Y. A.B. in Social Studies. Freshman Football, Newman Club, Interfraternity Council. RALPH W. DRESSEL EX Balazfia, N. Y. B.S. in Physics, Mountebnnks, Turnbull Prize in Physics. CHARLES R. DROMS Scbeuecmdy, N. Y. Electrical Engineering. A.I.E.E. I rl: I ROBERT EARL EDWARDS EX Oneonta, N. Y. Electrical Engineering. Pyramid Club, Glee Club and Choir, A.I.E.E. JACQUES FAMILY KN Schenectady, N. Y. B.S. in Chemistry, Chemistry Club. BARCLAY BELDING FISHBURN Sclaezzecmdy, N. Y. B.S. in Chemistry, Glee Club, and Choir, Chemistry Club, S.A.A.C.S. Pl! 'li :F PATRICK FRETTO NPA Schenectady, N. Y. Civil Engineering, Drum Major, Band, A.S.C.E. JOHN C. GRESI-IAM 'ITA Schenectady, N. Y. Freshman Basketball, Varsity Football, Senior Class Treasurer, A.I.E.E. DANIEL R. HAUSMANN Albany, N. Y. Social Studies. Freshman Track. RAYMOND I. HICKCOX 'I'-M7 Srhwzemzcly, N. Y. Electrical Engineering, Freshman Football Manager, Varsity Football, A.I.E.E., Freshman Camp Coun- selor. GLADDEN B. HOUCK Part Cbarfer, N. Y. Electrical Engineering, U.C.R.S., A.I.E.E., I.R.E. KARL J. KLARMAN Sfbwlvflzltfy, N. Y. Electrical Engineering. Pres. Student Council, Fresh- man Football and Lacrosse, Varsity Football, Block 'U', Garnet Key, Terrace Council, Newman Club, A.I.E.E., Tax Committee, Pres. Senior Class, Sophomore Dance Committee, Student Faculty Con- ference Committee, Freshman Orientation Committee. iq. at at FRANK E. KRUESI Erfullflml, Ill. B.S. in Physics, Outing Club, U.C.R.S. JAMES F. MCNULTY Nl' Glorferwille, N. Y. Student Council, Interfraternity Council, Campus Chest, Freshman Baseball and Cross Country, Pyra- mid Club, A.S.C.E. SEYMOUR L. MEISEL KN Am.rlef'da111. N. Y. Student Council, Basketball Block 'U', Varsity Foot- ball, Chemistry Club. tg: at il: PAUL C. MORAN JR. 'ITA Ml. IZUIVIUIIV. N. Y. B.S. Glee Club and Choir. JAMES WALLACE MORGAN lffflyfmt-, Mm. Pre-medical. Pres. Mountebanks, Hale Club, Fresh- man Hockey, Student Council, Pre-medical Club, Pyrgnid Council, Freshman Camp Counselor, Garnet Sta . WILLIAM C. MOTISHER Albany, N. Y. Electrical Engineering, Glee Club and A.I.E.E. MILTON J. NEUBAUER, JR. -XX MC'fb:I1lfl'I'i11L', N. Y. Electrical Engineering. Interfraternity Council, Fresh- man Camp Counselor, Mgr. Football, Block 'U'. EDWIN G. NEWSTEAD SL'l7L'l16L'fzl!lj', N. Y. B.S. in Chemistry, S.A.A.C.S. JOHN R. PELLETTIER AT Albany, N. Y. A.B. in Social Studies, Co-Editor, Garnet. at 21: :ia CLIFFORD H. FLATT AT Earl Rocieazmy, N. Y. Electrical Engineering. Varsity Football, Freshman Football, Student Council, Pres. Garnet Key Society, Terrace Council, A.I.E.E., Sec. Senior Class, Co-Cap- tain Varsity Football. ANTHONY D. PREUSS Bjllgbrlllllllll, N. Y. Pre-medical. JOHN M. SCHAMBERGER mx Albany, N. Y. Electrical Engineering. Pres. A.I.E.E., Interfraternity Council. NINETE , , l EN FORTY-THR Y- : ,gwft I V. use .. s H .ly 1 . if 4'!"' ff .44 ... NETEEN FORTY-Tl-l PETER G. sl-IARPE, JR. zu- Albany, N. Y. A.B. in Social Studies. Candidate Mgr. Cross-coun- try, Interfraternity Council. E. CARL SMITH 'ITA Iliozz, N. Y. Pre-medical. Varsity Track, Football, Treasurer Jun- ior Class, Vice-Pres. Senior Class, Student Council. Tax Committee, Hale Club. JAMES E. SMITH II 'I'-YK Slow, Ohio A.B. in Mathematics, Editor in Chief of Concordi- ensis, Glee Club and Choir, Mountebanks, Cross- country, Spiked Shoe Society, Student Council, Philomathean Society. vi- :lf PF MARVIN D. SMITH Srbeneflady, N. Y. B.S. in Chemistry. Chemistry Club, Chess Club, S.A.A.C.S. JUNIUS W. STEPI-IENSON 'PPA Pellmm Manor, N. Y. Civil Engineering. Pres. ASCE, Interfraternity Coun- cil, Frosh-Soph Dance Committee, Jr. Prom Commit- tee, Track, Christian Assoc., Varsity Football. SAMUEL G. TRULL, JR. AT Kenmore, N. Y. Electrical Engineering. Swimming, Lacrosse, Mgr. Cross-country, head cheer leader, Concordiensis, Gar- net. JOSEPH E. TYLL Schenectady, N. Y. Electrical Engineering. RICHARD M. TYNDALL Bridgebamplon, N. Y. Electrical Engineering. JULES D. VIGLIELMO AX Ulxler Park, N. Y. B.S. in Chemistry, Co-Captain Cross-country, Hale Club, Choir and Glee Club, Track. rp sl: ROBERT S. WHITE Srbeuerlady, N. Y. Electrical Engineering, AIEE. PAUL F. YERGIN New York, N. Y. B.S. in Physics, Pres. UCRS, Student Council. MARSHALL C. YOVITS 'I'-YA Schenectady, N. Y. B.S. in Physics. Philomathean Society, Interfraternity Council, Physics Club, Chemistry Club. GEHARD M. BEHRENDT Great Neck, N. Y. Electrical Engineering. HERMAN BLOOM KN GfdIl1lill?, N. Y. B.S. Green Mountain Junior College. Union, Cross- country. JOHN LOUIS BOURQUIN, JR. 'I'-S-TK Litrbfeld, Cami. Electrical Engineering. Union, A.I.E.E. :Ir Ik wk WILLIAM ROY BREG, JR. Bezberda, Md. Pre-medical. Texas Christian University. Union, Cross-country. ROBERT JOHN BROCKHURST AT Bum! Hillx, N. Y. Pre-medical. Union, Pre-medical Club, Idol, Outing Club, Swimming. ROCCO A. CALANDRUCCIO EX lVbile Plaim, N. Y. Pre-medical. Pre-medical Club, Freshman Football, Baseball, Campus Chest, Garnet, Interfraternity Council, Newman Club. vt Pl! Pl! REGINALD JOHN CARROLL 'PAQ Wbilelmll, N. Y. Pre-dental. Freshman Football and Basketball, Block 'U' Football and Basketball, Student Council, Garnet Key, Interfraternity Council, President of Class. ROBERT WALLACE CARTER Portland, Conn. B.S. in Chemistry. Union, Fencing, Chemistry Club. EARL WILLIAM DAVIS Schenectady, N. Y. :Is sh :lr DEAN C. EGER, JR. I39II Albany, N. Y. A.B. in Literature. WILLIAM HENRY EGER AT Srbenerfady, N. Y. Pre-medical. Freshman Cross-country Numerals, Track, Cross-country, 'aUa', Pre-medical Club, Spiketl Shoe Society, Garnet. THOMAS WILLIAM FAIR Sclaeveclady, N. Y. B.S. in Chemistry, Clarkson College of Technology. Union, Glee Club, Choir. Sli 'lf STEPHEN H. GLUCROFT KN Star Lake, N. Y. Pre-medical. Garnet L. MILLER HARRIS 'PA9 Lowzfille, N. Y. Pre-medical. Freshman Lacrosse, Freshman Football, Manager of Football. MALCOLM D. HORTON Gl01'6f.fl'il1L1, N. Y. Electrical Engineering. A.I.E.E. NINETEEN FO Y-THREE 6 'Z' Q' W Zyl I45 NINETEEN FORTY-TH JOHN GLENN HUMPHREY Utica, N. Y. Electrical Engineering. Clarkson College of Tech- nology. Union, A.I.E.E. WARREN OSCAR KAMM 'I'-YK Racbeiter, N. Y. B.S. in Chemistry. Freshman Cross-country, Track. ROBERT C. KESSLER llvfllloll, N. Y. Pre-medical. Pre-medical Club. :if wk wld ALFRED R. KILBEY Nl' Kenmore, N. Y. Electrical Engineering. Band, Garnet, A.I.E.E., Fresh- man Lacrosse, Cross-country. DANIEL H. KINGSLAND EX New York Cily, N. Y. Electrical Engineering. Glee Club, Choir, A.I.E.E. WILIAM LAMONT LASSER BSU J0f7I1.f0Il Cily, N. Y. A.B. in Social Studies. Glee Club, Student Council, Interfraternity Council. :lz :lc al: RICHARD FRED LEFTWICH AX llVl:1fte Plainr, N. Y. B.S. in Physics. Glee Club, Band, Radio Club. JOHN MANN KA Hemprlend, N. Y. Electrical Engineering. Freshman Football, Christian Association, A.I.E.E. JOHN MOTT MASON 'ITA Plfrzlrburg, N. Y. Civil Engineering. Freshman Football, A.S.C.E., goncordicnsis, Student Council, Vice-president of ass. DI: sh xl: ROBERT JAMES O'HARA Green Illdlld, N. Y. B.S. VINCENT J. PICOZZI 'I'-YK Richmond Hill, N. Y. Electrical Engineering. Freshman Cross-country, A. I. E. E. GARY K. PRICE ANI' Upper Darby, Pu. A.B. in Literature, Glee Club, Choir. sw as ROBERT DEAN SCHAMBERGER 9AX Albany, N. Y. Mountebanks, Glee Club, Pre-medical Club. CHARLES V. SMITH Brouxlfille, N. Y. A.B. Social Studies. ROBERT TINGSING TAN ll7d.I'l7i11gl0ll, D. C. B.S. ARMAND D. VERSACI AT Srheuerlady, N. Y. I Pre-medical. Secretary of Class, Student Council, 3 Pre-medical Club, Garnet Staff, Freshman Basketball, Freshman Camp Counselor. WILLIAM HENRY OLDENDORF SL'l76I1l'CfzId-jf, N. Y. Pre-medical. U.C.R.S. , BENJAMIN P. BARNET 'DEA New York City, N. Y. '91 ' Pre-medical. St. John's University. Union, Concorcli- ' ensis, U.C.R.S. h SOFT BALL ON LIBRARY FIELD l "J,-"' NETEEN FORTY-Tl-l DOUGLAS W. ALLART EX Sbermfm, N. Y. Electrical Engineering. WILLIAM C. BAKER WT Sealfle. llycI.fbillgl0lZ Electrical Engineering. Football. FLETCHER A. BLANCHARD WT Crzaperrlozwz, N. Y. Electrical Engineering. Band, Choir, Student Council. Pls 'lf Pl' STEPHEN T. BOLMER Goldwzf Bridge, N. Y. Student Council. Basketball. WILLIAM F. BROOKS, JR. ANT' Smrrule, N. Y. A.B. in Social Studies. Garnet. CESARE AUGUSTUS BUCCI Schenectady, N. Y. Electrical Engineering. A.I.E.E. bk Pls Pk MYRON ROBERT BUCHDAHL Mecbmziczfille, N. Y. Pre-medical. FREDERICK O. CARLETON 'EEK owida Caxlle, N. Y. A.B. in Social Studies. DONALD FRANK DALTON Xi' Pfrrmir, N. j. Civil Engineering. Student Council, Mountebanks, Concordiensis. Pl' 'lf ,lf GEORGE BROWN DAVIS Delbi, N. Y. A.B. in Literature. Band. JOHN THOMAS DiSARRO B9ll Scbeueclady, N. Y. Pre-medical. Cross-country, Football. HORACE ELGIN DODGE III Gro.r.re Poiul, Mich. Electrical Engineering. 'l JAMES STEWART FASOLI NPA Glo1fer.r1fillc', N. Y. A.B. in Social Studies. Band. DONALD SEYMOUR FEIGENBAUM KN Pillrield, Man. Electrical Engineering. Concordiensis, Philomathean Society. MAX T. FEIGENHEIMER 'bf-:A New York, N. Y. A.B. in Social Studies. ROBERT K. FOX 'I'-YK Delroil, Mich. Electrical Engineering. Football, Swimming. JAMES MICHAEL FRIERY K3 Ouermla, N. Y. Electrical Engineering. ANGELO GAROFOLO, JR. Stbelletlfldy, N. Y. Pre-medical. Pre-medical Club. all .xr sq: EDWARD A. GILCHRIST. AT Norlb Sriluale, Mun. Pre-medical. Football. ALLEN PAUL HAASE GAX Buffalo, N. Y. Electrical Engineering. WARREN F. HARVEY AT Sfbellerludy, N. Y. A.B. in Literature. Freshman Basketball. a: va is ' JOHN GREGORY HATHAWAY Oneonta, N. Y. Pre-medical. ,any K.. ARTHUR ARNOLD HIGHLAND 'PFA Elmont, N. Y. Electrical Engineering. Block 'U', Cross-country. HERMAN JANKOWSKI Tribe: Hill, N. Y. Electrical Engineering. A.I.E.E., U.C.R.S. 4: ak in ROBERT A. LITKE NUI! Glorfenrrfille, N. Y. Electrical Engineering. CLIFFORD HENRY MARSH NT' Rockville Centre, N. Y. Pre-medical. l PHILIP MEYROWITZ KN 1-Ioorick Fallr, N. Y. i Pre-medical. Concordiensis, Garnet, Pre-medical Club. GORDON F. NEWELL Rorbefler, N. Y. ll Electrical Engineering. N I N E T E E N JAMES G. PATTERSON llV:1ll0l1, N. Y. B.S. in Physics, Glee Club. CARL R. PLANO Fmlllzfarl, N. Y. Civil Engineering. 17 FORTY THREE 1 1 1 I I 1 .-ff . ,ev I I l46 NINETEEN FORTY-TH NORMAN RIGHTHAND Stfnellefmdy, N. Y. Pre-medical. Glee Club. MORRIS HARVEY RIPPS Sl'IJt'lI?L'lcIdj', N. Y. B.S. MAURICE HARVEY RUBIN KN New York, N. Pre-medical. U.C.R.S. RAYMOND RUSSELL IHOII, N. Y. Pre-dental. RICHARD W. SAFFORD G'le11.r Fully, N. Y. ARTHUR H. SANDERS Deinlxboro, N. Y. A.B. in Social Studies. IVAN HENRY SCI-IEIER KN Plallxburg, N. Y. A.B. in Social Studies, Concordiensis, G Choir, Garnet, Interfratemity Council. WILLIAM C. SCOTT Ballxlon Spa, N. Y. Pre-medical. CALVIN R. SIMMONS AT Gl01lEfI1'illP, N. Y. Electrical Engineering. U.C.R.S. I :lt Vt Y. lee Club SANFORD MARTIN SIMONS 'I'-YA Albany, N. Y. A.B. in Social Studies. Concordiensis. ROBERT j. SISE Amflerdam, N. Y. A.B. in Social Studies. DAYTON R. STOSS f0bIIJ'l01l'1l, N. Y. Electrical Engineering. RICHARD B. TOBIN ANI' Fredmlia, N. Y. B.S. in Physics. Swimming, Mountebanks. CHARLES HAYDEN TRACY Srbefzernrdy, N. Y Pre-medical. .IOOST ARNOLD VAS DIAS Bay Shore, N. Y. Civil Engineering. Mountebanks, U.C.R.S. JERROLD L. WALDEN Earl Hempstead, N. Y. A.B. in Social Studies. Concordiensis, Garnet, Van Orden Prize. LEON F. WARDELL Srberlermdy, N. Y. B.S. in Chemistry. Glee Club, Choir. ABBOTT S. WEINSTEIN KN Troy. N. Y. A.B. in Economics. Concordiensis. My HAROLD BRECKNER WILLIAMS Iy'!7ilfl1.fl'IllF, Marr. Pre-medical. I-Iarvard University. Members W' Class Without Piiizzres KENDALL T. DEMPSTER 'l'1'-5 Sz'b6l1er1fla'y, N. Y. ARTHUR E. LESSOR Srfsezleclndj, N. Y. B.S. in Physics. Band, Glee Club, Swimming, Choir. WADE MARSTERS KI Glen' Ridge, N. Y. Pre-medical. ,IOSEPI-I ERNEST FEIN Polrglakeejuie, N. Y. P'e'med'C1'l' MARVIN MORGENSTERN KN sfmefmdy, N. Y. A.B. in Literature. Philomathean Society, Concord iensis. IAMES L, I-IOGEBOOM XXI' Lyzlbroole, N. Y. Elfffffiflll Engineering- Band- DONALD JOSEPH O'NEILL s.Wmg.,spff,1g.f, N. Y. B.S. in Physics. Football, Mountebnnks. HAROLD L- JONES Tffwf N- Y- GEORGE RUSSELL PROUT, JR. KA sfbemfmfy, N. Y. Pre-medical. Swimming. BERT KARL KUSSEROW St'Z7l'IIf!'hJl1'j', N. Y. PAUL F. SILVA G'1e,,,, pdl!!! N' y' B.S. in Chemistry. B.S. in Chemistry. Pkg 4 .f ,1- . ""4 x.. NETEEN FORTY-THREE DONALD CLARKE AITKEN Schenectady, N. Y. Pre-medical. Nott Terrace High School, National Honor Society. JAMES ANDERSON Schenectady, N. Y. Electrical Engineering. Draper High School, Basket- ball, Band. MILLIS JAMES BAKER 'MFA Corinth, N. Y. Electrical Engineering. South Glens Falls High School. DB It if FRANK J. BLANCHARD Albany, N. Y. Civilk Engineering, Albany High School, Football, Trac . J. KALEY BOLSTER Scheneclady, N. Y. A.B. in Social Studies. Mont Pleasant High School, Band, Publications. HERBERT BOTHAMLEY, JR. 'PPA Scheneclady, N. Y. Physics Major, one semester. Nott Terrace High School. ll! ll! Ik ROBERT N. BRENNAN Amrlerdum, N. Y. Electrical Engineering. Amsterdam High School, Na- tional Honor Society, Publications. DONALD W. BRIGHTMAN Scheneclady, N. Y. Electrical Engineering. Mont Pleasant High School, Cross-country. Union, Cross-country. JOHN L. BUCKLEY, JR. New York Ciiy, N. Y. Bachelor of Science. St. Francis Xavier High School, Debating. :lf Ill 1 L. MEADE BUNDY 'PFA Plultrhurgh, N. Y. Electrical Engineering. Plattsburg High School. ROBERT HUNTINGTON BUSH Horreheadr, N. Y. A.B. in Social Studies. Horseheads High School, Pub- lications. Union, Vice-President of Class, Choir. BLAINE RAYMOND BUTLER, JR. johurfouw, N. Y. Civil Engineering. Johnstown High School, Football, Track, Basketball. Union, Treasurer of Class, Cross- country. l'F lk Pl' CARL BYRON, JR. Shaker Heighlr, Ohio Pre-medical. Cathedral Latin High School, Track, Band, Dramatics. Union, Football Manager, Band. ROBERT FRANCIS CARPENTER Schenectady, N. Y. B.S. in Physics. Mont Pleasant High School. WALTER NICHOLAS CATINO Bloomield, N. 1. B.S. in Chemistry. Bloomfield High School. Union, Football. LAWRENCE CHIDESTER, JR. EX Madimtz, N. J. Electrical Engineering. Madison High School. WILLIAM P. COCKSHOTT Famlaum-Royal, Buckf, Eng. Pre-medical. Pingry School, Elizabeth, N. J. Publi- cations, Soccer. Union, Concordiensis. ELIHU COHEN Forrext Hil!.r, N. Y. Electrical Engineering. Richmond Hill High School. Union, U.C.R.S. DR it 214 FREDERICK P. COLE 'PPA Rockville Center, N. Y. Electrical Engineering. Oceanside High School, Publications, Football. Union, Football. CURTIS USHER COLEMAN Edgewood, R. I . Electrical Engineering. Cranston High School. RAYMOND N. COLLINS Pelham, N. Y. we It se DAVID C. COMSTOCK White Plaim, N. Y. Electrical Engineering. White Plains High School Union, Band. VINCENT H. CORYELL, JR. Oceanside, N. Y. ALPHEUS GEORGE DAVIS Sclaetzeclady, N. Y. Electrical Engineering. Draper High School, Publica- tions. Union, Football Manager. 4: if sf EUGENE D. DAY Coblefkill, N. Y. HARRISON G. DEMGEN Schenectady, N. Y. B.S. in Mathematics. Mont Pleasant High School, National Honor Society. Union, Band, Choir. CONSTANTINE VINSON DiCOCCO Schenectady, N. Y. Civil Engineering. Nott Terrace High School. Na- tional Honor Society. ils S1 :k HAROLD LADD DILLENBECK EK jolatulowtz, N. Y. Electrical Engineering. Johnstown High School, Na- tional Honor Society. Union, Garnet. JESSE KERSHNER DUNSTAN 'Pl'-A Schenectady, N. Y. Civil Engineering. Nott Terrace High School, Na- tional Honor Society. WILLIAM LEWIS DUNSTAN 'FFA Schenectady, N. Y. Pre-medical. Nott Terrace High School, National Honor Society. T LL.- .,.. .. . ,-- ..., . ,mc .1 .4 X55 i ,fav f 1 ' 1 ,,,, ,,,,,,,,i,,,,.. ...,..... LA I l . . ,cs e- t .ll -5 1 'rs' 'S' ' S l l. 1 I. D A -if A Xl 1 V N. I' X , - l ' , , l l l V3 l A 4 I Q 'Q -' l ' 2 l I ' I l ,IM . ' 1 NINETEEN FORTY-THREE l4y l Q L 111' I I if 'agilii-1. . . Q if L NETEEN FORTY-Tl-I ,, -- fr WI "1 N x 3 A I W Y 'ti I 'as-U -.. RODGER ELGAR 'l'1'A While Plaiur, N. Y. A.B. in Social Studies, Wlmite Plains High School WILLIAM T. ELLIS Srbenerlady, N. Y. JOSEPH FINKELSTEIN Troy, N. Y. A.B. in Social Studies. Troy High School, Publica- tions. JESSE C. GAIGE, JR. Nl' Schenectady, N. Y. Electrical Engineering. Draper High School. Union, U.C.R.S. PHILIP HOWARD GEISLER HAX Claemzul Hill, Pu. Pre-medical. Springlield High School, Publications. Dramatics, Choir. Union, Band, Choir, Glee Club, Concordiensis. DAVID JOHN GIMBER Albany, N. Y. B.S. in Chemistry, Albany High School. WILLIAM CHARLES GREEN Srbellfclzldy, N. Y. Civil Engineering. Nott Terrace High School. ROGER CLARK GREENHALGH Oneida, N. Y. Electrical Engineering. Oneida High School. Union, Band. HARVEY K. GRIFFITH Lynbroote, N. Y. Electrical Engineering. Lynbrook High School, Ten- nis, Dramatics. at :iz at HOWARD S. HALPERN KN Daylo1mBearb, Flu. B.S. in Physics. Seabreeze High School. Union, U.C.R.S. ORIN C. HANSEN Schefzeclndy, N. Y. B.S. in Chemistry. Nott Terrace High School, Na- tional Honor Society, Band. Union, Band. THOMAS ROBERT HARMON Albany, N. Y. Pre-medical. Vincentian Institute. wk :- DOUGLAS BROWN HENDRICK 'ITA Ramrey, N. j. Electrical Engineering. Ramsey High School, Foot- ball, Band. Union, Band. ROBERT J. HOCHSTIM Srlaerzecludy, N. Y. Pre-medical. Nott Terrace High School, Publications. HAROLD W. HOLLY IVar.mu.', N. Y. B.S. in Chemistry. St. Edmund's School, Football, Basketball, Hockey, Publications. Union, Choir, Glee Club. . LeGRANDE R. HOWELL Ea!! Moritldex, N. Y. C. MELVIN HYDE Sflaezzerlady, N. Y. WILLIAM JOHN JANESKI, II Amrterdum, N. Y. Pre-medical. Wilbur Lynch High School. Union, Band. Pls Sli Ill MELVIN DEAN JONES Schenectady, N. Y. Pre-medical. Nott Terrace High School, National Honor Society, Publications. HARRY LOWE KAHLER, JR. Horfeheadf, N. Y. Pre-medical. Horseheads High School, Band, Publi- cations. SAM A. KATZ KN Rorlaerler, N. Y. Electrical Engineering. East High School, Publica- tions, Cross-country. Union, Concordiensis. :lr .lr sy. PETER H. KAUFMAN KN New York, N. Y. Electrical Engineering. Erasmus Hall High School, Dramatics, Debating. RALPH F. KRUEGER Schenectady, N. Y. Pre-medical. Nott Terrace High School, Track, Cross-country. HAROLD HEINRICHS KUNIHOLM Gardner, Marr. Pre-medical. Williston Academy, Swimming, Glec Club. xl: ll' ROBERT LEONARD LaFOREST EX Illorrix Plains, N. Pre-medical. 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Union, Glee Club, Choir, Band. J. VICTOR MAUREL Sclveueclady, N. Y. B.S. in Physics. Mont Pleasant High School, Union, Cross-country. BERNARD D. MCGRATH Bloomield, N. I. B.S. in Geology. Bloomfield High School, National Honor Society, Swimming. ,ll rl: ll' WILLIAM HAMILTON MEAGHER, JR. Lynbroale, N. Y. Electrical Engineering. East Rockaway High School, Track, Dramatics, National Honor Society. OAKLEY B. MILLER Lincoln Ulliiferxfty, Pa. ROBERT C. MUIR Srbenermdy, N. Y. Electrical Engineering. Albany Academy, Skiing. Union, Band. if bk Ik JAMES J. MULLEN Pougbleeeprie, N. Y. Electrical Engineering. Poughkeepsie High School. Union, Football. ROBERT ALEXANDER NAVIAS Schenectady, N. Y. Electrical Engineering. Nott Terrace High School, National Honor Society. FRANCIS JOHN NEVERMAN Schenectady, N. Y. A.B. in Literature. Mont Pleasant High School, Track, Dramatics. if bk IF JAMES D. OGLESBY KZ? Bloomfield, N. J. B.S. in Chemistry. Bloomfield High School, Band, National Honor. Union, Band, Choir. PAUL JAMES OSTRIKER KN jazzmicn, N. Y. Pre-medical. Jamaica High School, Tennis, Track. ORAZIO P. OTTAVIANO SclJe12eflndy, N . Y. Civil Engineering. Nott Terrace High School, Cross- country, Track. Union, Cross-country. XWILLIAM B. PALMER Dover l'lniu.r, N. Y. LEON ROBERT PANAS ljelcllllllll, N. Y. B.S in Chemistr Delanson Hi'h School, Baseball, - A y- - - fu Basketball, Soccer, Publications. LEIGHTON H. PliEBI.ES, JR. Chewy Cbtrw. Md. B.S. in Chemistry. Mercershurg Academy. 4: EDWARD H. POSKANZER KN Alban '. N. Y J . Pre-medical. Alhany I-ligh School, Publications. Union, U.C.R.S., Concordiensis. PETER S. POULOS Srbwzermdy. N. Y. Electrical Engineering. Mont Pleasant High School, National Honor Society, Track. Union, Football Manager. EDWARD ALBERT RHODE, JR. lilll.flL'!'!!tIlIl. N. Y. B.S. in Chemistry. Amsterdam High School. 4: 4: ak EARLE GLENN ROBBINS 'l'l'A Miami, Flrn-id.: Pre-medical. Miami Senior High School. XVALTER V. ROCKXVELI., JR. 'PPA Hm'.rebef1d.f, N. Y. ILS. in Chemistry. Horseheads High School. Union, Choir. JOSEPH EDWARD ROSKY St'b6"llt'l'ftIl!.J'. N. Y. B.S. in Chemistry. Mont Pleasant High School. .11 CHARLES HENRY ROURKE 'VT Scbwlerlrldy, N. Y. Pre-medical. Christian Brothers Academy, Debating, Foothall. Union, U.C.R.S. JOSEPH ANTHONY SALAMONE Sl'l7t.'llL'6ftlllI-jf, N. Y. Civil Engineering. Mont Pleasant High School. DANTI: SCACCIA Srbwmmdy. N. Y. B.S. in Physics. Draper High School, Orchestra. Union, U.C.R.S. C. ROBERTS SCARBOROUGH 'Pri Greul Neck, N. Y. Engineering. Union, President of Class, Choir, Con- cordiensis. HAMlL'l'ON SCHIZER KN P0lrgbh'ejJ.rie. N. Y. B.S. in Chemistry. Poughkeepsie High School. Union, Concorcliensis, Band, Secretary of Class. MARVIN SCHONDORF KN Blnfmlfield, N. Pre-medical. Bloomfield High School, Swimming. Union, Concordiensis. 0-uni sd . K 1 L i' . in 'lb ' J' S A E.. ,,..., . l l 4 5 M T 0 '- l A l T 5 gl P '17 5 +4 . .A A A . l - A NINETEEN FORTY-THREE I cv K 1, E legit- ' s.. ' 4 -Km' f 4 l - l 37' .-11 t r l '23 .5 I . I NINETEEN FORTY-THR 47 PHILIP D. SHUTLER Narllzheld, VI. Electrical Engineering. Northtielcl High School, Or- chestra, Swimming, Tennis. Union, Band. JOSEPH A. SINCIUS Amrterdum, N. Y. B.S. in Chemistry. DOUGLAS CHAPIN SMITH Srbenecmdy, N. Y. Pre-medical. Mont Pleasant High School, Dramatics, Debating. n :lr 111 ROBERT PAUL SMITH llioll, N. Y. Pre-medical. Ilion High School, Football, Tennis. PHILIP P. SOTTILE KiIIg.Il0ll, N. Y. B.S. Kingston High School, Glee Club. E. JARVIS STEVENS Greerzufirla, N. Y. Electrical Engineering. Greenwich High School. Union, Band. n vi: 212 JACK LEWIS STRISOWER KN Scbeuermdy, N. Y. A.B. in Social Studies. Nott Terrace High School, Track. Union, Concordiensis. ROGER G. STURTEVANT 'l'1'-5 Erie, Pemm. Electrical Engineering. 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UNlON'S uNoFF1o1AL HEADQUARTERS Prescrip+ions - Hospifal Supplies 600 Union S+ree+, Corner of Barre'H' Phone 6-94l9 Complimenls of A FRIEND W. R. E. Complimenls of FERRO'S RESTAURANT WALKER'S PHARMACY. 503 S+a+e Sfreel APOTHECARY AND CHEMIST SHOP Phone 4-7709 Inc ATTENTION ! NAVY MEN We lnvife You +o Malce This Your Heaclquarlers. Have Your Checks Cashecl Here. Take Albany Bus to State and Pearl fA1- bany's "Times Squa1'e"D. We are Located on South Pearl One Block fr m There. ALBANY ARMY 81 NAVY STORE 89-90 Soulh Pearl Slreel Albany 5-9765 HALE HOUSE Where lhe loesl are served lhe besl . . . Where qualily suffers nol for quan+i+y's salce . . . McMANUS 8fRILEY ' I QUALLTY-AND Pances esrAsLlsn-Iso sv NAVY DEPARTMENT Q' .'.-M.-.-.4.,-.M , .E.-- 1.-.1 Jw' Nw., I I I 7 i" '!Y"" NAVAL UNIFORMS UNIFORMS FOR COMMISSIONED OFFICERS AND MIDSHIPMEN FROM ALBANY'S LEADING MEN'S STORE AND EXCLUSIVE DISTRIBUTOR FOR THE NAVAL UNIFORM SERVICE. SEND FOR THE COMPLETE 20-PAGE CATALOG OR DROP IN ANYTIME. W Il ANUC 0 lhuzv Sfafe Sfreef, Albany Wl1e+l1er il bS'll'1G girl frienol up for 'rlwe weekend . . Wlwelrlier il loe 'l'l'lS folks up for a visil . Wliellier il be an alumni garnering in laler years . . HOTEL VAN CURLER Scheneclacly, N. Y. LeVALLEY McLEOD KinKaicl Co., Inc. Mill and lnduslrial Supplies Machine Tools ancl Conlracling Supplies Plumbing and l-lealing Supplies . l26-I40 Van Guysling Avenue Schenecfady, N. Y. who cares aboul fancy frilles wilh suclw food as +l1isl" complimenfs of an olcl friencl A.B.W Q WMZQM5 Mmm mishings.l,H,lat5zySl1nea MADISON AVENUE COR. FORTY-FOURTH STREET NEW Yosuc Naval Ohfirew' Ready Made U11ifo1'111.f lN'lADE BY- Braooxcs BROTHERS: Navy Blue Coat and Trousers ..,......, 5555.00 Navy Blue Overcoat ..,....,.......,........ 3578.00 Navy Blue Raincoats ....l........., ..... 53 55.00 With Wool Warmer .,..,.,,........,... 368.50 Rank Extra Arso APPROVED RE'l'AlI.ERS or U. S. NAVY . REGULATION UNrrfoRMs MADE AND SOLD ' UNDER Aurnorurx' or THE U. S. NAVY: Regulation Uniforms .,,.,.,,,,,,.,,,.,,,.,., 340,00 Regulation Overcoats ........,............... 5550.00 Regulation Raincoats with Warmer.. 3537.50 Alterations and Rank Extra Q nu... im ,. C 5 - ng A A ,IQ I' Q we ,Pls . L in 'V X. -Q,-Y X- 1-f L 1- -'., ... ,, , as-" ' Y - . J Q53 x i ' A' ' I ' . - --.- pa f ., f,,.-N' . fn, ...ry Vw 1 I BRANCH!! NEW YORK: out wALl. rrnnf BOSTON: nlwsunv con. IIRKI v IT 1' FOR FINER FLAVOR Seallesl Mille and lce Cream DAIRY PRODUCTS Enioy These Sealleslr Products al' flue New and Popular SCUTTLE-BUTT DAIRY PRODUCTS what , 7lO EASTERN AVE. PHONE 4-3I2I If you 'Fellows only knew .... how good our Homogenized Viramin D Milk really is-you'd all slancl up and give Three cheers. Tell your chef To serve +l'1is more appefizung-VTIOFG delicious "he-man's" milk - +l1ere's cream in every drop. Youll lllfe 'll AMSTERDAM DAIRY sus CLINTON sr. Phone 6-235l Hill ir 'k 'Ir llllll HUNU ' ANU Sllllll S S ir f k if ffffffffffttk For flrie Durafion . . . 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