United States Military Academy West Point - Howitzer Yearbook (West Point, NY)

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THE 1912 HGWITZER ARRANGED AND PRINTED BY THE CHAS. L. WILLAFID CO. 156 FIFTH AVE., NEW YOFIK CITY x :J2i!c-16 P R, 1, l . - ,gl - .1- ,,.- vw, 1 -' LLARD 1 ,. ..,.. ..... .. .. g.-ggr.-.-!g:T,,Ta1Fi.-1755:-2:iE p3':?515y4r:"i-E:-5s:2::??-.:.v:i?a:- - : Ei: 2h:i:i 3:2-.:.g.-5a-11133119 121-A-.12-1.-ga: ..,. 3 Y V .A 1 TH 6 YEAR UNIIT f 1' A 1:,, , ,:: 'Lufr .m Q F ST CLAS wiwllu ,1 I- .,., -:,.-..,1:1, ':'z"".,-, -..., ' 'L1"::11-. , ' :gf A. ' .D P W.i.' , . l, OME. FILL YOUR GLASSES, FELLOWS, QQ AND STAND UP IN A ROW: Q V 5 TO SINGING SENTIMENTALLY 4:1- .IN THE ARMY THERES, SOBRIETY, """ ' 3 PROMOTIONS VERY SLOW! E2 SO WE'LL SING OUR REMINISCENCES - ' OF BENNY HAVENS, OH! 1 51 a I I WE RE GOING FOR TO GO. -Lid' 0 :JM - Q A ' .4 I I - Rf OH! BENNY HAVENS, OH! OH! BENNY HAVENS, OH! 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'iii - N 1 1 1-'H X -JI '1- 5 N 1802 a11 act of Congress converted what formerly was a Militarv School into "The U1llJCGCl Stites Hilitary ,Acade- n1y 90 the yeais of the C01pS 11ow 11111111701 one l1u11d1ed a11d ten WVl1at the ael11e1ements of those yfeflls ha1e been all tl1e 1vo1ld knows It is too long a stoiy to be GVCI1 atte111pted 111 these fe11 pages I11 01flG1 to leain it 111 o11e 111ust read tl1e St01V of tl1e 010111111 of .1 nation fiom a puny el11ld to a gieat woild po11e1 In tl1e ieachnfr of 1t one will lea111 of O'1eat civil undeitaklngs COINLIXGC1 ind executed by men 11110 1GCC1V6d hexe 11110 11a1e l11Lf1C lJll0l11' tl1e p Lges of lnstoiy of me11 11110, bv t11e11 lives of L11ll'llI1Cl11l10 1101011011 ind H1C11f'lC'CS to the cause they deemed Just have left to us, tl1e11 clnldien, an aceount of waifare which is lifted f1bOXC the 111e1e lust of combat and sa11c tihed by the supi 01110 piiee 11111011 '1 man may pay foi 31112111 he holds deai est In 01ClC1 to eon1plete his ieseaich he must fro to the puhhe piess and iead of 111e11 11110 to day aie applying the , cc , , as f K ' lr - 1 1 n L 32 .39 J W J , .Is ' A N, 5 , I. ., Y , X , I ' ' Y ' A ' A I' 1- , , . , W., , , , . .g . ,, . 2 , X 1' - ' . . . .-,gf -A 1, 1 A 1 V . 1 - It U . - . U D . then' t1'21ll11I1g here. One will read tl1e 11an1es of 1nen trained ig ' -V' T 5 1 , 1 -fl ' 1 -L' ' ' K - I . V .' . y - ' I 1 . t C ' - v lesso11s learned here to civilian life. He must take i11to consideration tl1e yet unfinished work wl1icl1 its graduates are doing from tl1e Panama Canal zone' to the northern limit of Alaska and 1vest f1'0Il1 the Atlantic seaboard to the O1'l61lt. But tl1ese things are written elsewhere, a11d l1e who ca1'es to know may read. Tl1e thought considered l1ere 111ust deal with tl1e Mother Lodge 011 tl1e Hudsonis sl1ore, from whose St01'D hillsides for more than a CGl1tU1'y our Foster Mother has looked calm-eyed with a heart-felt pride on the doings of the so11s she has reared, as women must, to ma11l1ood, a11d t11e11 sent forth over the world, that tl1eir work may be l1er glory and their failures 11er secret sorrow. I: lt ue T times one marvels at the prophetic foresight 1v11icl1 the 111611 who founded tl1e Academy displayed when they felt tl1e 11eed of such a11 institution and chose its present location. Again one sometimes W01lClC1'S if it were not the hand of God made manifest through tl1e acts of 1na11. Be tl1at as it may, one cannot but feel, after having lived l1ere for a ti111e, tl1at no more advantageous location could have been cl1ose11. The rugged beauty of its encircling hills forms a11 appropriate setting for a school of this nature. In 7 H" Sl I ' Q :X fox 'fx IRG' TH E 1912 My M my I-IOWITZER :J , ! ! ' - ' x. , :F i 495 55- i 'E-5 Lf: : : 1,3 gf?" 4 ' ' -as- .sm " Y X i -E - S! a way they are symbolic of the aims and visitor they offer a scene of rare beauty purely physical aspect which is grasped and greater conception in store for those ideals of YVest Point. To the chance and impressive grandeur. This is the at first sight. Then there is another who linger to loolc beneath the super- ficial exterior, who stay long enough to feel the influence of an atmosphere pregnant with historic traditions and legends. To the latter class there comes sooner or later a mystic something, invisible, indescribable, yet nevertheless potent and real. VVhat this force may be no one can tell. It may be the men of the Corps long dead who are keeping bright the watchfires of the Academy, kindled in the long ago. It may be the spirit of the Past, bringing home the fame of the men who have made that spirit so glorious, keeping alive in memory an appreciation of their deeds, of the solemn duty they left to those who follow after, of the priceless privilege it is to fol- low where they have pointed the Way. VVhatsocver it may be it is undoubtedly the most valued heritage that the Alma hlater of the Army can transmit to her sons. It a birthright which they may carry with them to the end of life itself and which, if they ever hold in due reverence, and listen to its teachings, will add new lustre to her name. -X E- ' H115- - ir-, xg-1 -LW, -al mn -F ,XC ,Tj Q57 - Q , Q'-1 Q 41 1-5 A if ' xre-:. -u. 2 ig . V, 5.2 , 1. f- Q- 'f2"'v1..'ff 1 Y .. 15221 '5F3::.-ri' - ' 1 x. -,,. 3 ,g,.i" V, '- , - , 'le 1,-f Lhnrqw Lk Q 1, - bi' ,,Q?i '2',:.g-ag- ff' , ., i. ,w'4m -4 -' , 'gi n I Q :rar . -, I wwf. 'us--sfzm. Aw , ,af .f ., -, 3 ' "4 iff' J L 'K J.. V- -1' . . f H " ' i?'15:-9-ff' -la, 1 ' " e 'X Ffa' 'rf' .1 ,AA ,, I .-11' xg '-1, 1 ,N Q my gp-we --.,.,. -, gf- S THE I9IZ my i I-IOWITZER -'-'V i .E A ! H. . Hfll Ilgl gillil y .ex -2 K E! Bk. f' vp-N V1 r - I ' K ik, . Apylgzm UIX to day is what eq ip duty was in the days i l of Caesar and before. Honor to4day conveys to the mind of man the same idea as on the day the word was first coined: The exact shade of meaning attached may be different from that rof the Crusaders or the mail-clad chivalry of medimval Europe, but in their day Honor meant something greater in value than life, something enno- bling,uplifting, and so it does f - to-day. The love of Country . is a fire which was lighted in the era in which man and man bandeditogether that they might be more evenly matched in the struggle for existence with the merciless forces of Nature. Around these three words the life of the Academy is centered. They are words which are more closely linked in the mind of ' a soldier perhaps than in that of any other profes- sional man. He cannot escape from them if he would. VVhen the last sad note of "Taps', has passed into silence, wistfully as if it were loath to die, whether the stars above look down on him in garrison or in the crowded camp, if he stop to think of the day,s work and to judge fairly he will know if his honor has been kept unsullied and his duty well done. If these things be true then it must follow that he has served his country with the best he had. Most likely, however, he will not think of these things. Either he will have done them or left them un- done according to the spirit that he took to his work. Herein lies the true value of VVest Point. From the day when, untrained and raw, from divers paths of civil life, the young man awkwardly salutes and reports for duty, to the -f-"" 9 ', TH E 1912 tlOWlTZER ltd' day when with mingled feel- ings of joy and sadness he watches the stern gray walls fade from view, she labors to create in him a spirit true and high, and so firmly in- grained that it shall abide with him to the end of life. It has been said that no matter how great a man may become in the eyes of the V world he will ever remain a 4' little boy to his mother. All through the years of his childhood she gives ungrudgingly to him of love and care. She watches over and guides him till the time shall come when, a man in years, but still "her boy," she sends him forth to battle for the right. The greater part of her work is done. She may sit then with folded hands and watch his future career with maternal solicitude. She prays for him when temptations shall come, shares his sorrow, suffers with him in the days of adversity and her face brightens with joy at his triumph. His every transgression is a thorn in her side, his every triumph is an added jewel in her crown. So it is with the Foster hlother of the Corps. Like a Spartan mother she rules her sons sternly, not with mercy, but with justice, which may be the highest proof of love. To every son she gives without stint all that she has to offer. She opens to him her treasure hoard of wisdom gathered in a century of heroic endeavor. She lays before him the example of other sons, to be comiected with whom, be it in ever so little, is an honor and a privilege. She appeals by- tradition- and exalted ideals to all that is best in his nature. Then she sends him forth to justify her worth in the eyes of men. Through all the years of his service she follows him, reaping honor and glory from his deeds or being wounded to the heart at 10 1 Y' Y I 'Q - .. V rs' assi- 0 H Eiavggxl :lit- 1' ' 11 E 1 9 I2 --y 1101111112111 'r-' ."'q'1 1 p1 f -' , ' . . . , NIJ' ',1bj.1g1?k .. 111s forgettul11ess of 11er care. As tl1e ' 1. ' '-. 1"' 1: w , , . '-fl2..'-, Q V "f h.Wgi q?1i .'i'14"fig?7'f lnghest tribute man can pay to his A' 2'-1-'11 1 1' '. 1" '-1'5 " - ' - - - 1 l vw Q ., ,g11:: l, -11-if'f1,g,7E4+,. 1. I' mother IS to lav 111s aclnevements at 11er . -1 . ,171 ,, 'R " .- 1 if-L 1 'fd'-. ',-- .11 24- " , 1 6' feet, so t11e best acknowledgement of me -rbi' gratitude a graduate ea11 make to t11e 1 ls- . 1- IY '71 'fif.1'Yx 41" i - - . . swag: 7-gt.: gi, 1Xcade1ny is to do 1118 duty as he learned .1 g5:Q1T5:g23g,'5'1'9'p,9'P 12 it l1ere. If, having 110110 t11at, honor or ' 35:5 fame shall co1ne to 111111, l1e will feel tl1at 1 ' -1:11, . y 1 -fel. to h1s Ahna Mater belongs the glory. HE Corps is at once one of tl1e '- . ' -KS ,lf ,. , -'V IX Q' .' 5-fifsi . iv Q Q? most de111ocrat1e and most conserv- t41"f:11iw?'4-'-ffi , Reis -91:4 ative bodies 111 t11e world. T l1e causes wl1ic11 l'J1'l11g t11is about are many and varied. In tl1e first place, its lllCllll'JG1'S co111e from every State in tl1e UHiO11, bri11ging'wit11 them the ideas and customs of their birthplaces. O11 arrival llG1'G G?lCll 011075 whole conception of t11e social systemvof life is s11attered and l1e is lost O11 a sea' of eo11flicti11g eniotions. He lC?,L1'US that l1is own personal record has been swept away a11d, so far as tl1e Corps is concerned, he l1as no pastg t11at hc has absolutely a clean sl1eet 011 which to write 11is worth, that his destiny lies i11 his own hands, a11d that Wl1CtllC1' or 11ot l1e shall leave behind 111111 a clean record of hardships patiently bor11e and duty well do11e rests solely with himself. The hard 'lesson t11at l1e himself 111ust ever be subservient to the good of t11e w11ole is early broug11t 1101110 to him. Slowly but steadily from out t11e chaos and confusion l1e evolves a new creed of life. He feels the intangible forces of the past lightly at Hrst, but ever growing stronger. Daily grows t11e current in his life, deep, resistless, flowing through a11 unknown land, carry- ing him 011 and 011 till 0110 day l1e awakens to t11e fact t11at he has fou11d himself a part of t11e Corps, , - 4 "--1 L !!-1155 w1 " ' ' 1 that unl-:nown to 111111- g " . 'fj , ae:'1:"'r, "1 -" A ,.1". , . self l1e l'l2LS entered '31,,i?,'-' 1 . 5E:,3'f5Z+11f1 -,fa - 1 1 . ?,,5.,M'.gs1'i , 'f:1.1g111' 1 -1 .29 1, into tl1e l1fe of a body 1,53-,-. ' rip 3, rzfi fi 1-121. . . . . V V I -, 5,21 A1 'wr' -:L .15 'jr j.- - Lf- -1 '-1 "5 which IS Greater tlltlll Q-1F1!'1A '5t f 1' A- .115-JQSQ.,-Y ,, 5 - wif , 1 fs' if .-fhfiftffff :fy g fa - 1 11 ' - 'vin f - ,Ul,1-45- -1 1 ' ' ' --., -...sitji-1:1.,'1,"f' 1 '1'tf1F "W" Q.. y" fvffhif . , , 1 , -,V his ow11 a11d, yet, of 1g,7s:'Qi5gzq'g5:fj1,-,L41?-1111 1 . ' -ps-'11 1 - ' - 1 "'V55'31?f""-'1J'?',f'f'f'f ff? lf f .- 'X:1"1-Q11 1- f ' 'icff' 1 .1 171 ,fl -f " 'ae which his l1fe forms a EH: 1-. f-:f1f-ffgryff-J 'ii-4-E,:115,E , J 11- ,i ' 1 2-5' f.L 2ff27,jg.?5:'N1' f,Zjfir1-. M ' ' Part- HG aWH1kG11S to 31,1241 iaith. , . , "' 1 . ,"'.f11'Q-f1',,i,...s:'j1f11,151 1 11, , ' L- -1 1 ?52'.g,j'-: g'1j,f':'y... -'f-f .. 1 ,Q a sense of t11e responsi- 11, wg" - - - 1' "ailing--1'1f 1 My ,e 1 ii J :12-,f'.a-f,sf:-,3-- blllfy Wlmh has 100211 " ' if "" - V' - i It .1 1.' .r. - , '4.f"p1im ""i' 'FQ thrust upon bmi, 3 fe' " 1 -1 sponsibilitv to the 31. ' 1 A ' - . f x : evil -' 'wr' .V , ' 'e1':,-'wiz-can-11.-H 11 . 1 T E I9 iz I-IOWITZER H illlge eililll ' Corps, not alone to the Corps of to-day and to those who have gone before, but to those that shall follow after. With the consciousness of this responsibility comes the deep respect and veneration for the men who, ,by their lives and deeds, made the name of VVest Point synonymous with Honor. In this awakening lies, perhaps, the reason for the conservatism of the Corps. hlarching abreast with this insight into the trans- formation of self from a boy to a man with a purpose in life comes a desire to be worthy, to so live that when he shall depart he may feel that the Corps is stronger all along the line than when he came. He looks for the means by which to achieve this end and in gilt letters on his cap he reads the words, "Duty, Honor, Countryf, and in that motto is the heart and soul of his en- deavor. His quest is over, his road lies straight be- fore him, a road narrow and difficult in places, but leading upward, and he sets his face toward the crest of the hill. He instinctively looks to the past for guidance. This is but natural. VVhen the success of a.man in any business becomes known to the public it at once searches for the reasons by which that success was made possible. If it finds in his methods something new or of use to it, it is quick to seize and apply the principle to further its own interests. But here in the Corps when search is made for something to foster a higher spirit of manhood and cleanness one comes back to the place of starting with those three , words on which to build his ,.,' Q. castle. VVhat greater tribute H Q .,-. i"' i' ,,f can be paid to those who , -Qijis. E iggi'fi"i . filet WOW the sffly than that 4. the guiding star which they 5 chose to follow should be the :'i' "5 brightest in the firmament to-day? It is no wonder that Wifi! '.- the Corps is slow to change, 'A T'-'if r" ,N' that it seems to resent any C -' 1" 'if h change in its customs or mode lui A ' C' ' 12 J! !. ! 1" . 'Q-I' Q? I fa- . E 1" TH E I9 iz I-IOWITZER of living. For more than five-score years strong men who created their creed from these words, living true to that creed, have made the name of West Point honored and respected throughout the world. Are customs and traditions which have accomplished t.hese results to be lightly thrown aside? Are the lessons learned in this time of so little value that they should be forgotten or discarded, to follow a careless inspiration or idle prophecy? There can be but one answer to this. No man in full possession of his faculties would throw away the time-tested precepts hy which he had won success and recognition in the world of men, until he was absolutely certain that he had found not merely a substitute but something bet- ter. There is the key to the strange reluctance to change: the antipathy to all which mifrht set ,fam-. 1 rw.-sy .. i -. ft- . .pig Terri' 523.415-,gvliy gui f-ffnx V.. ' 4: ig -- Age ' we 1:-Jl.i,'i' 'f 1' 5 W1 'J' ,X--I . ., 'wi , A , sa' ffgaf , -. " . A xy' ' I .g s . ,f , ., . .,. . "Wg, -X K fy- -' , rf ,k it itE?5f?g ' l .gi u C Wl'w7'FJ"-ft' Q ,- e 4 ,gf E gf- ':fWf!5QrLs,2 'Re q fe 5 T -i- . I S. - Qsfexi sk' .. . .. . 'tim lllllllE'lESiE5"llllllil lEiS!f5t'!lBl llllfgifl il A i x N I -li-4 E :sew:goEetaiofiiiittttii-eiitiisflffftiifii: '-ai --is-11: I-"ft FY- 1 ,.:-Q52 , N , 1:14, . V fs. I , ,, ., ...W ' D 1 4 the Corps in new and Zll1Cll paths. The Vorps can conceive of no new anns or ideals by which its own future can he made more secure. Instinctively it recog- nizes that its safety lies in the observance of every custom, every tradition by the help of which the long assaults of time and change than honor shall he' known, gray line has thus far proved invul-nerable to the Until the day shall come when some virtue greater when the word country ceases to cause a thrill in the heartsof its sons, when Y 1 l i there is a nobler feeling than 'f A i ' . . ,- f --.- 4 ? I csslg N. I .. J N ..Yf --1. A- V Il I 'RQ 53? N a.-A '5 M-gg'-v :jr Sim, PM .as 1 nr v J 993555, 'ff ,AQ F xi-af: 'iw 99" if fe?-+-iif'ei.fDf W 5-.:--'- J l 2 ,ull L' 5357 it s .4-f "l",?""I it gina 1.625 Z ...nu an x R ifkgilfixglf, 'QQ R15 - 5 , - " 'J 545' X ' . ' J -. T 4:5 ' . 6 ' 2 ' "ig - " -at X Qz5,,::HQ- . 1 A or T 6. ,'uf'Z' at :r,':f3gig.f,p ., ' 4- V -s -'21-iiilaf' X "3i"'.0-2'-It rf- 'f Lu HQ: X la ,Zi "f ff l 51: 'sipwzilif -F if r"l.f5:f ,5T'?3?E5lii6? 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The Creator in His providence saw fit to give to the world some ideals which are yet far from actual realization, which, perhaps, can never be attained. It is well for all F rn E I9 IZ 1'-p I-IOWITZER H that this be true, for among the immutable laws which rule the universe is one which says that when growth shall cease dissolution shall begin. Let us be thankful that our honored dead left to us a heritage not of luxury or ease but of toil and sacrifice. Let us be thankful that when they left to us a goal unattainable by mortal man they also left us traditions and records beyond all price, from which, in our dark hours and days of anxious foreboding, we may draw courage and strength of purpose to carry on the unfinished work which they bequeathed to us. Let us re- joice that the work was unfinished, that it can never be finished. To them shall be the glory forever of choosing ideals which can never die, but will grow to the end of time. Our destiny it is to strengthen what they made strong, to follow the up-hill road where they pointed the way, to march forward and up- ward toward the crest where they are beckoning with phantom hands. A strong man's inborn right they left to us, the right to perpetuate the fame they won for their Alma hlater, to keep brightly burnished the shield whereon their record is written g to see that the line which we may write upon that shield stands out as boldly, cleanly as the lines above. Last of all, they left to us the duty of keeping alive the spirit they created and of transmitting it, purer and stronger as the years pass by. It is the realization of this solemn duty that sobers and ha1'dens the man, that causes him to see that he cannot fail the trust he accepted when he entered the service. It is this thought that teaches him that his value as a man will be weighed in terms of his work, that makes known to him the duty of service whose reward is not measured by material things but is known only in the heart of the servant. If to uphold this plea shall call for sacrifice, for reverence of our honored dead, for a respect and love of our Alma Blaterg for the sake of our own honor, let us make such sac- rifice, not counting it as such but rather as a privilege, reckoning it not as a price we pay, but as a gift to us. Let us remember that though Mthe paths of glory lead but to the grave," if, when the sun is low in the VVest and the light grows dim, we can look calmly back over the years and see a path straight and clean, unscarred by act or weakness or dishonor, a path along which is visible only evidence of a fight well fought, a faith well kept and a race well won, we may know that by the years of that service our life has justified itself, that through our keeping the faith with our dead we have kept faith with ourselves, with the Corps, with our Country, and with God. V 141 HAcA D15M1cH IIDEPARTMENTSI mi? TACH C tw? ' ME nc 25? " 22 W . , ,Qgvg A - ,, sk, ' av HQ'r'??f':ffZ3T? .g,j,i.: - Sf -1ag,n- -j Iriaffglx QIKYEYQI2-M 7 is f fl A v FNf'-i ' 5 tg? et-9 Kiwi A 0 o Qx ,N 322.233, SUPERIN I Eh DEN'1 Mluon f:liNEIIAT. THOMAS H. BARRX U. S. A 1 v. MILITARY STAI I' Czptain Romain' C. DAv1s, Infmhv, Adju- tant of the Militcwy Azrraclevnuy and of lhe Pos-lg Secretary of the Acaclanzic Board. DI'l'f0l' 13m:Tu.xM T. CI.,XX'1'fJN, Qll2ll'tCl'l1!2lStLF Qzmrler1nuste'r of lim Mililary .flcuflmnf and of llle Postj Di.vIm1-.wing Oflicerg in chnrgv of vmzstvwcliolz. Clptwin 'I'uoM,xs VV. DIXRRAI-I, 27th Infan- try, T1'ef,ls1u'a1' of the Dfilifaiy Academy, and Q'LLlll'l61'DlClSl0I' and Cnznzissary for the Baifnlion of C'acl0z'.f:. si 'L ,l .3 Y '-fm"7.q"'1 ,Jx'f:xq2gu.f" 'giiefzon U s ..,,. "--1. -I .. y- 4 -1 'fa.v'r"-Q ,J3,nyG'gA.,5.e .,.,.:..33',,.. nb cn,.a,, .a.,- U ,nun wffnx-'."-.I -.u-,- Q 1: ,qv -'A ox - BI y4yEm5-WA . P A , 2 WEE?-5'-.:,jJ1 : f 011 Ileutenant Colonel Fn xx R Ix121:F121z, X :I 'Werllml Cups, Surgeon LIBRARIAN '9 Dr. EDWARD S. Homnsx, MA., Sc.D., LL.D. ck will-SX 'UD ' 'hffk , fbuwfxv E555 I CHAPLAIX Ihe Rexel-end IEDXYAIID Su orurn Ixmxru Q. Lknh rv A B M I I ' ' i IQNQ AC55 1-us on OPEN N62 in HY IENE Q DRA I 1, W 16 I 9' '-ae? Pi .J-:Aeowzf -Waim- A is -gin N941 P 0 Pm www P E 'DJ-LQ ENQBNE We X CHE ISTIU ,0f"fz?Q.0 I ie- SWE IQ V u , , ' 9 ll ff :SQ1 Half gif: ak-2,'L,1 A'r7"o2-Tofv' 'fU'1!"'09'f .,,v,il,- -1 -.Qu "cn, Po o :L f' gan- ' oe llidpg-6-'QNX v QW' 71 L agw 1: , X ll Kiki?-,r 9 5 1. W . -f , . 1 C , es 5 es A Q .M 'ff 50" vw V .1 4 ? ?l'Tf lfQwMU si .JM TAC rcs II w5uQM7 .Lgmpe, QA' fmbwl ,ffdga .-ggflviq 22 ,Qggn wwg 'iIn1 AX' 9 ,-15 8511? 11ni111 rmy , 1 I 1,-:'q!,Zg9Y,,g5, , x . A 5 ' FEI f Q 1 " 1 -'eg -is-qv X' A . ' 4326i-2395" I , 557 H, jf, DR5 555. V LL VV K 9,fg+-L i 'OW Ni . 'ENE X raid ? E J ,JI SQ el Ld- :'-'V - I 4 V.. fi - as FE! 221 ffm' . V IIEI IE I I A ' In 12 1912 gg, ,,,,-15,3 I-IOWITZER ,COMMANDANT OF CADETS I.IIzU'rENAx'I'-CoI.oNIsI. Fluzu VV. SLADEN, U. S. Army QMajor, 11th Infantryj, Cadet, U. S. M. A., 1835-1890, appointed from Nebraska, graduated 27, Second Lieuten- ant, Ifith Infantry, 1890, First Lieutenant, ,MII Infantry, 1891, Captain, Sth Infan- try, 1899, transferred to 14th-Infantry, 1900, Major, llth Infantry, 1911. . ' SENIOR INs'rIIUc'roP.s CAPTAIN ITRANK A. XVILCOX, Infantry, Class of '92, Graduated 39, Infantry Tactics, Com- manding Ist Battalion, CAPTAIN IsAAc NEWELL, 22d Infantry, Class '96, graduated 38, Infantry Tactics, Com- manchug Qd Battalion. CAPTAIN 1'IAxUs McCLos,IcEY, Field Artillery, Class '98, graduated S, Artillery Tactics. C.XI'TA'IN JOIIN D. LONG, Cavalry, Class '99, graduated 50, Cavalry Tactics. ASSISTANT INSTRUCTORS ,CAPTAIN Rurvs E. LONGAN, 11th Infantry, Class '97, graduated 37, Infantry Tactics. CAPTAIN I'lI-:ImIAx J. KGEl'IT.Ell. U. S. Army, Master of the Sword, Instructor of Mili- tary Gymnastics and Physical Culture. CAPTAIN EIIIVAIIIJ H. l,JlEiXRJI'OND, Field AI'- tillery, Class '01, graduated -LT. l'Ius'r IJIEIYTEXANT I-IEIIMAN GI.Am3. 6th Infan- try, Class '00, graduated 31, Command- ing Company of Cadets. FIRST I.IEUrENAx'r PIf1II.II- MA1'IIIzws, Coast Artillery Corps, Assistant Instructor of Tactics, Military Gymnastics and Physical Culture. FIRST LIEUTEXIXNT EDWIN PRITCIIETT, lst Field Artillery, Assistant Instructor of Tactics, Commanding Company of Cadets, Class '07, graduated 18. FIIIST LIEUTENANT CI-IAIzI.Es B. Moourc, Infantry, Assistant Instructor of Tactics, Commanding Company of Cadets, Class '03, graduated 73. FIIIST I.IErTENAN'r JoI-IN K. I-IEIIII, 'Tth Cavalry, Assistant Instructor of Tactics, Class '02, graduated -1.5. FIRST LIEUTENIXNT JABIIZS S. Joxns, 6th Cavalry, Assistant Instructor of Tactics, Class '03, graduated 44-L, Commanding Company of Cadets. ' CIVILIAN INSTRUCTORS IN FENCING AND MILITARY GYMNASTICS FRANCIS Dons louis VAUTIIIIQII THOMAS JENKINS PATCH fat recitation in Drill Regsj.-lf "mark time" be given as either foot strikes the ground, advance and plant the rear foot and then lift both feet two inches from the ground. LIEUTEXANT or INFAN'I'Iu' Cto his fractious horse Clarkj.-"Halt, your fool, halt!" TAC.-Now Mr. Boykin, how would you use a tree as shelter? BOYKIN.-I would get belIind it, sir. DEAN.-The battalion after this will fall in facing the mess hall looking east, as this will materially increase putting the battalion in motion. , 19 -' T o ms NATHE UG , 'v i1 ' ENJNNNNQ XX my ' CHE ISIN 'ggi W m , gg l 533313 ENGINEERING Q-alfa!!-J 51723 182573: 1: 1s5'!.H2"n'im' ff'-?fE"f'2? Manx-,gnunug-J S.f"Z' '4 L1,.4 ,:r11l4f,gr.c- - If fy 4 11' veg' vfin: :U vw as-fu: sw f Q N ' 'f' -'ANC ' A ' .Z 'N' Q ' N 'wiwb sig! L-A 1 ' 5'-a'1'4a?N' 'QQ .- ii?25'3'?1,5:xY 4- ff... -,fpqg A E'-.ff 1 - ll' 'Q . N Nw A24 - F 4lQg2vj3's1 N . kxfwcfy :fp I'-'i'K 93921 935529. Ax P f-fhqyay , Fwfa N 45 62 4 3? if .sg 7 f . 1 , V , L: mary, 6... ! I I Y A Q f f ls Z E2 Q Lan A nigh. ,affix ' . ! -5' , N N 2 ZEN' wr wr C- 7 Tl were Jo 9' ANG N55 .33 HIS QPX N ' 1 N N ' 4 + 90 ow NC? SSM! HY IENE A-1.1 ,, ,5gy,44A, '. -1n, 1 +A ' Aff' 5- gb ' Xl WZ-L , ' 'I - 121 151 IV 5 X THE 1912 iilllamlelliili HUWITZERH PROFESSOR Comxm. GUs'rAv J. FIEBEGER, Cadet, U. S. M. A., IS75-18795 appointed from Ohio, grad- uated 5, Second Lieutenant Engineers, 1879, First Lieutenant, 1882, Captain, 1891, Professor of Civil and Military Engi- neering, U. M. A., 1896. ASSISTANT PROFESSOR 7 neersg Class '03, graduated INSTRUCTORS CAPTAIN JULIAN L. SCIILEY, Corps of Engineers, Class '03, graduated 7. CAPTAIN DE XVITT C. JONES, Corps of Engineers, Class ,05g graduated 1. 7 FIRST LIEUTENAXT XVILLIABI A. Jonxsox, Corps of Engineers, Class 06, graduated 2. Fmsr I.mv'r12x,xxT Ennrvxn L. D.n.m', Corps of Engineers, Class of '06, graduated 5. NICKERSON.-,AflIC1' a heavy storm you should examine the bottom of a stream to see that it has not been washed away. BTAIITIN.-T116 stones in the arch are called uoiseauxf' INS'1'.--lvllilt one fixed, all-iinportant idea should you impress on a man to take with him into the assault? V BAILEY.-An intrenching tool, sir. INST.-Vlhere do we get petroleum, Mr. Kelly? KEr.Lx'.-By tapping trees, sir. 21 C.xr1-lux LIAROLD C. Flsicm, Corps of Engi- mms ww Us EMM We ww CHE ISTIU r- 417, ' ff M tt cn -:'f'5S2,:: g , V 6 A sauqaonvzifvg :CIHYD an2','h .aaugf-1 1.7 1 ,rs Maur. 9a-1 '-'ln "-n"'J9o: ,In maxi., use ' S Q 'fm tw uxuguxgx, 4 AQ: !L1"'p :5'2 -XX IIE 555 ag' A KNEE! 955521 7 ,Q Y , eb A- ,Ubt'1"-- , i'.9f'N5'?9" - 4 uf 'Fav gifs, . I N hz V 9 , . 'Q ' --Qi "v 1 4 Q, t .gil r w' ' . , . i ' , :I 1g- 3 EQ PHILOSOPHY g' G., ' ffm LEQL - A V: , F uliinzinl I. Lv . . I D126 N H5 L VV GEN NCI? Wifi HY IENE ix-M ENG A65 I HIS O15 - ..v:"'t.. '. , 22 ,Gif A WYWWE -.I . Ilgewifgri fgfayj, v,Z',jf-f .1',:,2': 3E'y,fJE -"nie me WY "-rf?-' Du' ""3 5'Hf" " 5 7fE1"1G25"E- I 'S'-fr A , 4,3525 -A V V R? 'en- Sy V,, 2 V, ,I V 1 "' all . TH E 1912 my -E,M2,lq,,, HOWITZER ij! . ! A 3 '--. 2 . ,, - . -' 'Gif 4.5: 0 Ei-I--"af, l I En lgln ll Y X fl. -:-I PROFESSOR IIIEUTENANT-COLONEL XVILLIAJI B. GORDON, Cadet, U. S. M. A., 1873-1877, appointed from Pennsylvania, graduated 6, Second Lieutenant, Llth Artillery, 1877, First.Lieu- tenant, Ordnance Department, 1881, Cap- tain, 1891, Inventor of U. S. 122-inch Mor- tar Carriage, Model 1896, Professor of Natural and Experimental Philosophy, U. S. M. A., 1901. 5 ASSISTANT 'PROFESSOR IFIRST I,II5UTI2N.xNT NIATTHEXV A. Cnoss, Coast Artillery Corps, Class of 101, graduated 443. INSTRUCTORS FIRST IJIEUTENANT I-l,xI.s12r .DUNXVOODXQ Coast Artillery Corps, Class '05, graduated 25. FIRST LIEUTEXIXNT GEOFFIIILI' BIxnTI.13TT, Coast Artillery Corps, Class ,07, graduated 16. SECOND IJEUTENANT JAY L. BIIXIIIIICT, 14th Infantry, Class '04, graduated 26. INST.'fxVl1Ell2 keeps the sun from falling? IKAYDET.-It is held up by its beams. CSullivan has just finisheda perfect recitation on adiabatic expansion. All the equations are worked out on his boardj INST.+Tll2lt is very good Mr. Sullivan. Now what is this large Vo that you have deduced? SULLIVAX.-VVhy-a-that, that is the initial velocity. 23 :.iii7A57s?g A 'Zigi + if ce Av gr 1 QE? TACTICSL wif MAINE 'HQ 3NQ1NmNo 'W QHE ISTIU Al l xfn ,f ' .uyigmm 4-11,9 .112 ICQ?-'lil IVXATHEMA 155 -ww -Wifi' , , . 'I iilmfmkgff MZ- 'QM moms- ' -SUNG' IQ EMM Qi nm- + - "TEN l Wweeffsffl 0 4-J? P909 'CWQWQW f N B. . 4 fjx, 0 .bmi 15 N V Qi? 3 Waals-151,1 + U fmumwuuumlrnlnsmml M 4 "' ""' W fa 0 :U V A x' 53-W5 Illfli vw I. .1 cs o I ' 5 I F J! Q5-, ' - rf A, ,VL Cn' i , R EQ! ,QV DRA ING 1. w l' ,mf HLXNG A95 H15 QM 1 af f DIQN NGZ WM HY IENE Q- mari.- W 5 ' - ' ,-DI Nl Nl I TH H 1912 llll'.Rvf1.Eliili HUWITZER ,I , 1 ' i I 1' Eli ' . I "IE ery -5 1 I 'EI . . . Igi 1 45 -I PROFESSOR I.IEUTENANT-COLONEL CIVIRRLES P. ECI-IoI.S, Cadet, U. S. M. A., 1887-1891, appointed from Alabama, graduated 35 Instructor of Matheinatics, U. S. M. A., 189445 Assistant Professor of Mathematics, U. S. M. A., 18975 Associate Professor of Mathematics, U. S. M. A., 18985 Professor 'of Mathe- matics, U. S. M. A., 1904. I ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR CAIWRIN GEORGE B. IDILLSBURY, Corps of neersg Class '00, graduated 1. Engi- ASSISTAN1' PROFESSOR FIRST IIIEU'1'ENAXT C1IrKltLES R. PETTIS, of Engineers, Class 'OM graduated 1. Corps INS'l'RUC'1.'ORS FIRST IJIEUTIZNANT CI-IARLHS R. ALLEY, Coast Artillery Corps. ' .FIRST LIIcU'1'II:N,INT GEOIIGE R. ALLIN, 4th Field Artillery. FIRST IJIICUTENANT NVIIiI.IARI' BRYDEN, 5th 1 Field Artillery. i l'TRS'l' I.ll'lII'l'ICN.IXN'l' XI'iI.I.IImI H. DOIIDS, JR., Field Artillery. - FIRST I,IEI"rI:NANT GEORGE M. MORROW. JR.. Coast Artillery FIRST I.IIEUTENANT r. Corps. I I I Inns IV. RILEY, Field Ar- INST.- CHASE INST.- CI-IASE INST.- do without tillerv. FIRST IIIEUTENANT FORREST E. AVILLIFOIIII, Coast Artillery Corps. FIRST LIEUTENIKNT JOSEPH A. GREEN, Coast Artillery Corps. FIRST LIEIITENANT HAROLD NV. HUNTLEY, Sd Field Artillery. FIRST IIIEUTENANT XVII.I.IImI E. SHEDD, JR., Coast Artillery Corps. FIRST LIEUTENIINT ROYAL K. GREENE, Coast Artillery Corps. FIRST LIEUTENANT SANDERFORD JARn1.xN, 'Coast Artillery CoI'ps. FIRST LIEUTENANT XVAUGTIN IV. COOPER, 12th Cavalry. FIRST LIEUTENANT GEORGE B. I'IUNTER, 13th Cavalry. FIRST LIEUTENANT TI'I0DIIXS IV. PIAINIBIOND, Qlth Infantry. FIRST IJEUTENANT PIARVEY D. 1'IIGLEY, Gth Field Artillery. SECOND IJIEUTENANT FREDEIKICK T. DICICBIIXN, llth Cavalry. SECOND LIEUTENAN SECOND LIEUTENAN CI-IASE CBOIIl11g tenthsj.-I arrived at this conclusion by applying the theorems of Pappus. PAPPUS? ! !! fineeklyj.-Yes, sir. - XVho's Pappus? Qcompletely subduedj. Mr. Chase, don't ever honing mechanics. T DON'ALD J. INICIUXCI-ILAN, Mth Infantry. T CARL C. OAKES, ith Infantry. ' -I do1I't know, Sir. try to spring mechanics on me, because I've got enough to Q5 ' J 17 Y 4 Q21 'wif TACTICS u my, ' MATH HQ '35 PHHQS PHY 5 M01 P E ENGINE gm ff l S w' It CHEMISTRY f 53552221-:J n- ". I E1-gn :Avia D ,qu aaoqwm..-, 11" a-.ar-511 'avo"'D"' -f"u 4--1 of. , an-. L: ',.u ,. o 0-1 .n 4, 'n qv P nz-a--' 'D ' KW n Eg if A Kiwi-if -asai- 7 .- E Y 'NKNE-1. WNW? I El F54 U, rf -i'.,2'A5'-lsfa - . PQQQV ES as if 'gl' 55' 5 1+ ' w 1 v E f L , 11 'W1l "' - iii-"ii i 3513! . .. .. ' N N , l A IG W V L W M Igx5'oAIcg1s f!l H1s on , 60 . v f 26 ' Sl 'W 0 ' Wi HE 1912 qi, W, -gig, I-IOWITZER ' .1 1 I v w ' E' Y ". .'. I "2 ! . 6335 j 523 1 f 1 1 .-: . T . -lu -' I SE! HEL, "gag V llgl '-1 I 7 Q, I ' ' IE Q ,A El A 4 ' .. Q gn..- El PROFESSOR I.,IEuTEN,xNT-CoI..oNEL AVIRT Ronirrsorq, Cadet, U. S. M. A., 1883-1887, appointed from Virginia, graduated 9, Second Lieutenant Llfth Artillery, 1887, First Lieutenant, 1893, Captain, 1901, Major, 1907, Lieutenant- Colonel, 1911, Professor of Chemistry, Mineralogy and Geology, U. S. M. A., 1911. ASSISTANT PROFESSOR ' C.xP'r,xIN PIENRY C. JEXVETT, Corps of Engi- neers, Class '01, graduated 9. INSTRUCTORS CAPTAIN JOSEPH A. BARR, 6th Cavalry, Class '00, graduated 10. CAPTAIN GEOIIGE XV. COCIIEX, Coast Artillery Corps, Class '03, graduated 223. CAPTAIN CLIFFORD Joxics, Coast Artillery Corps, Class '03, graduated 27. FIRST IJIEUTENAXZI' PIIILII' H. AVOltCES'1'ER, Coast Artillery Corps, Class '04, graduated 27. FIRST LIEUTEXANT IKOIIERT C. Einar, Coast Artillery Corps, Class 105, graduated 31. FIRST IJIEUTENANT CIIARIES I-I. RICE, Infantry, Class 507, graduated 113. N.-These marks are the foot-prints of a "Lepidodendron." BIARTI INST.-NEIHIC some reptiles. CIxnE'r.- INST.- Snakes, elephants and owls are the only reptiles we have in this age. Mr. Crutcher, what is the color of red oxide of mercury? DIXIE.?XyCS, sir. ' - INST.+XYllE1t? DIXIE.-Oh, no, Sir! INST.-M r. Dean, have you ever seen a ship in dry dock when they were scraping off the barnacles? IDEAN.-EYES, sir. INST.'- DEAX. XVell, why is the bottom of the vessel copper plated? -To catch the barnacles, sir. 27 1-L C TAC TKS' fi WINE Hs gf ENGINE Mo my I QHE IEW 'g,, PHH9 SW M P' 'E Q 92 fury.-si zl- 4175 G1,ffH!9,r , . If-Qp zaia ll- Al 1 V 1'3- QQSZEW WWE? V: N '- .: x 2522 tv v 5. e534 o5i V 4? A A llllf A9 In , . A,vAA I' Valli' .,-, - . f wrgg agar X in I: I vga ingjcuiv., ,gl u g'5v.l'nf,u,,r 'wohuxi :Quan 55,"aT1"Jb'2" 0-N! uvfnvd ,U 'pl .gf Nerf -232 . if, Y :F YA K T5'3f'f'7Pi?.1' Wwfhivl X ' !!N!E' I , N E, mii-1-is' W wit- ..,, V X, V 4' ik? P ' ' E K 35 "W, h ' 5 u . I . " -1. 1 .J .1 X W ' -A , -' ' Nnin rf ,V , , i It ' " "w.. w L ' ' - liY " , ,., .1 . I X' A ,. , . . 1 .,.- G fw IQNG AGS gggq HIS GPX ' OILN IN-3 , IENE .5253 . , I 3,04 L 'Q 1 28 pq . ., F' HE 1912 5,91 ,M ,gg HOWITZER -.J Q . ' Q ir? . :sl --sv ..g. - A 1.51, .ii!EEE!Q --EF ieij . Jw I 0 U -r---sf 1 74 -' T ?".1qgl .5l. ll D ' . n:EKE... 1 Al INSTRUCTOR Cix1"r.x1N Girnrnmr A. Youxcinzno, Cadet, U. S. M. A., 1896-19005 appointed from Minne- sotag gmcliintecl 8g Second Lieutenant 3rd Artillery, 19U0g First Lieutenant Artillery Corps, 19015 transferred to Corps of Engi- neers as Second Lieutenant, 19015 First Lieutenant, 19014 Captain, 19075 Graduate Staff College, 19065 Army Weir College, 19,103 Instructor of Practical Military' En- gineering, lf, S. M. Af, 1910. SENIOR ASSISTAN'l' INSTRUCTOR Fnasr Ln2UTExAx'r XV. D. A. Axmsusox, Corps of Engineersg Class '04Lg graduated 2. ASSISTANT INSTRUCTOR TTIRST LH3U'rEN,xN'r ROGER G. POWELL, Corps of F D , Cl '01 M d td 17 ,i1I0'llICCl'S' ass o' ara uzre Q. EXCERPT FROM THE SKIN-LIST PATTERSON, R. E.-Throwing rock in water at Practical Militarv Enfineerinfr drill to v O splash water on other cadets. , 29 9, J ii L . . mg 'REF T, TACTICS X VWHE T16 ENQNE we my 2 cm ISTIQV W9 1 , , IA , 'K- ff1:?Z'?:5'fA ' .01-fd ,L .AUVFZQ ,II- . . VD - -lv fGS?,'auH'3?-'? 506533052 ,1 A v.-H.: ,,u,,,.,u ,gig -.eq . . 1 '."' . ' 4 A 'rm , fig' Qdiiig lvwsD 'SWE ,- ' Q.- f 1- M.- 15z2'A5-Sh-4 We ' My e A 6.15 0 -o. 0: .w ' I , Q 1 f D RAW N G 1 ' I in - il V i1...f-4.25 Q f ' ! 4 gk, ' ' ' 1 ' ' f5"" f"' I , f a E 5 ' A V 1 "1 5 'Ea D A NG gm L VV , HY1 E wi, I ' 'Q ENG A6235 WW' HIS A 1 -,m X 30 LJ 'f '-42? 221,51 0 Xl ,Jil I 4-2 14" ,..f , S ' ' 1 ,L I A I C .S-:E-!'!E'SPf6E Qiiflg gwffs M . Y I El .... IE I V EL S! . TH E 1912 q,,ggan,,, 46,3 HOWITZER PROFESSOR 4 ASSISTANT PROFESSOR INSTRUCTORS FIRST IJEUTENAXT EDWIN E. PRITCI-IETT, lst Field Artillery, Class '07, graduated 18. SECOND I.IEUTEx..xNT FREDERICK XY. BLIANLEY, 13th Infantry, Class '05, graduated 62. FIRST IIIEUTEXANT OSCAR XVESTOVER, 14th Infantry. SECOND IJEUTENANT PAUL A. LAILNED, 5th Infantry. INST.-'ilvllklt kind of a line should this be? CADET.-A 'ifull and broken" line, sir. INST.-Mr. Schmidt, what is the matter with your pen when it wonit write? SCHMIDT.-It has stopped writing, Sir. . 31 I .IIauTI:N.xxT-COLONEL EDWIN R. STUART, Cadet, U. S. M. A., 1892-1896, appointed from WVeSt Virginia, graduated 1, addi? tional Second Lieutenant Engineers, 1896, Second Lieutenant, 1897, First Lienten- ant, 1898, Captain, 1904, Major, 1909, Professor of Drawing, U. S. M. A., 1911. -FIRST LIIJUTEXANT PELHAM D. GLASSFORD, 2d Field Artillery, Class '04, graduated 18. I , L X 'Sai 12,9 ENG T w es' ' N f -, TI l la ' 25 -fn xif, E5 ' av g Q 'fl Q F9535 Q? f My A Sli Nxlfig-5 - Sig?-ffd ANKE' J 122. -E23 , W ' D11 N W Nr Q , KE . l'P LJ ' Nr: 24.4 f Sl W R' r , . i 32 L Sl N' I-DI 2.1, ' s A 1 ,tg 59 E I 59- 232, E " E E E 'W 1 IEI IEI ' , --Suisse H I9 I2 fp- M -155,3 I-IOWITZER PROFESSOR LIEUTENANT-COI.ONEI. CORNELIUS DEYV. VVILL- cox, Cadet, U. S. M. A., 1881-1885, ap- pointed from Georgia, graduated IL, Sec- ond Lieutenant, Qnd Artillery, 1885, First Lieutenant, 1891, transferred to 7tlI Artil- lery,, 1898, Captain, A. A. G., 1898-1899, Captain, 1LtlI Artillery, 1900, Majdr, Artil- lery Corps, 1907, Professor of Modern Languages, U. S. M. A., 1910. ' Q ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR CRIITIIIN JAIIIES A. IEYAX, Cavalry. ' ASSISTANT RROFESSORS CRIHTAIN ORA E. FIUNT, .30tlI, Infantry QSpan- ishjg Class I9-II, graduated 99.- FTRST LIEUTENANT DONALD C. LTCDONALD, Coast Artillery Corps 'CFTCIICIIDQ Class '04, graduated Q0. FIRST FIRST FIRST FIRST FIRST FIRST INSTRUCTORS QFRENCI-lj l.1EUTEN.xNT THOMAS M. SPAULDING, Coast Artillery Corps, Class '05, graduated-14. LIEUTENRNT XVEST C. JACOBS, Coast Artillery Corps. LIEUTENRNT IXLBERT L. IJOUSTALOT, Coast Artillery Corps, Class 108, graduated 25. LIEUTENRNT EDXVIXIID M. ZELI., 7th Cavalry, Class '03, graduated 47. LIEUTENRNT STEPI-IEN XV. XVINFREE, Cavalry. I.IEU'I'IZNANT GEORGE G. BIXIlTT,ETT, 18th Infantry. I NSTRUCTORS QSPANISHQ CAPTAIN LEWIS S. BIOREY, 12th Cavalry, Class '00, graduated 41. FIRST 'T4NAb -T . A1XI"L . . LIEU- IJ IT ROBER M C IEEI. , Cavalr ' SECOND LIEUTENANT JOHN W. LANG, 9th Infantry. SECOND LIEUTENANT JOHN F. CURRY, 5th Infantry, Class '08, graduated 35. VCIVILIAN INSTRUCTORS F1'6IlCl'l.--JUSTIN M. CHENAI., JOSEPH PERRET: SPEIDISII.-JOSE M. IXSENSIO, N. T. QUEVEDO. 33 . TAC T I CS ENGINE NNG 5' dbg x 5401! VWHE TIS sv? ll CHE ISTIU X U 0 0 RD N AN c: E Ill 1 I A ' .lily , , . . 11 U 3 I -i MEM 5 z-N N N. ll ki..:?iQ4,, N ,l 1 . ' 'L:4l6:5-A WNENN' -ll! -N 'Maud M -N 4 F kiiiggiifjl KWH! Q RWE! 4545, Q QE-fs' msgs X f X- aw? ' 2- '- s '1'f?Q NW2 N 12. 1 I -li - E gs- - Q ll. -ttf 1 was E,-, E5 jlllllll FSE! 2 WP Ni' F"! cgi-'Av .5 E Q . 4 il N -pi N A 4 . N N N , - r N-RA ING N '?"T LN VV .H ENG ACQS HIS on Q , . N. 341 ' ' I E s' use - ' ' 'E EE " . E1 gl . THE 1912 q ,p3zm!,,--'gig HOWITZEIL 1 PROFESSOR IJEUTENANT-COLONEL COLDEN l'H.d RUGGLES, Ordnance Depart1nentg.Cadet, U. M. A., 1886-1890g appointed from New Yorkg graduated 55 additional Second Lieutenant, lst Field Artillery, 18905 Second Lieuten- ant, Sd Field Artillery, 18915 First Lieu- tenant, Ordnance Department, 18935 Cap- tain of Ordnance, 18994 Major of Ord- nance, 1906g Professor of Ordnance and Gunnery, U. S. M. A., 1908. .' INSTRUCTORS C.xI-:mm OTI-IO V. IQEAN, Ordnance Department, Senior Assistant Instructor QFi1-st Lieu- tenant, Field Artilleryjg ,Class 'O5g grad- uated 24. FIRST LIEUTBNRNT NED B. REI'IIiO1'F, Qd Field Artilleryg Class 'OQ5 graduated 26. FIRST LIEUTENANT GEORGE R. Army, 6th Field Artilleryg Class 'O-lg graduated 17. F1Rs'r LIEUTENAXT XVILLIAD1 H. Donns, JR., lst Field Artilleryg Class '05g graduated 27. ' FIRST L1EU'r1zN,xx'r RICI'IrXRD DONOVAN, Coast Artillery Corpsg Class '08g graduated 96. Sncoxn 1,1m"rnx.xx'r C-ARL C. OAKES, 4th Infantry, Class. ,O8g graduated 42. Ro1znRa's,ox.-Captain, how much does a kilogram of powder weigh? INST.i3q1'. Dean, what is guncotton? DErkN.f'Ill2lt is the waste the cannoneers wipe their greasy hands on. INST.+NO, that is not right, is it? DEAN.-VVell, I don't know what they use it for out in the service, but here they keep it in the trail and we use it to stulf in our ears and to wipe our hands on. 35 V HHS TACTICS HHH A ENHH IQNG 'mg' CHE PH H93 PHY Sgtgtgtgq P- 1. . . A Q '1- team SP ,flaws an ,ZF-My BJ HWQQ Wd QED? 1:"HI??H j I A I H 'N H7 55 .22. .r 0 T'-"Y-H H A , .... . "" C? H H X H I A V f H"H q ' v v as Z-:I l! f V H pa.-A me A51-.,...HvfH' .b' fg . flIlHIIlh1 mmm x 'E I 'Y Q 5 A Q 4 1 :i4Ze'a5'rEb4 I 7I' ' 7 c I .523 1 - - 1 H in p . , H , H A LAW ff? H HW H H 1 M fm? A 1 num H HSV. Llw A IG 3.0, L VV FK N 5, A? f ENG A6235 W HIS ow 4 H -4 5251 QIITKQ ti? al ., . . . . ..-. . "'f:5,p5: 'QQD H WH Q V - . H131 s., K . 7fE4if'F-55' A f'91L,.Hg'- l A : ' -5- H -':' .. , .. 9 W Q P ' ,351-A :QA V L H P 4 TH E I9 iz ,QE E ,,,,,:il6Q,' I-IOWITZER .1 1 A V i H... JY es. gg YQ T-' pie : E - Hi lexeEE9fNF5s2!5. All , Y " :: ' U an no . I 4 v ilgn ng v A A --. - -,.. . f PROFESSOR Inrzurnxlxxr-Co1.oNEL VVlx1.TER A. BETHEL, LLM., Major, J udge-Advocate, U. S. Army, Cadet, U. S. M. A., 1885-1889, ap- pointed from Ohio, graduated '14, ,Addi- tional Second Lieutenant, flth Artillery, 1889, Second Lieutenant, 1889, First Lieu- tenant, Sd Artillery, 1896, Captain, Assis- tant Adutant-General, U. S. VN., 1898, Captain, Artillery Corps, 1901, Major and Judge-Advocate, 1903, Professor of Law, U. S. M. A., 1909. i l Ass1s'rAN1' PROFESSOR A l4'n:s'r LI12U'rEN.xNT ICERR T. Rises, lflth Cav- alry, Class '01, graduated 51. INSTRUCTORS Fnisr LIEUTENANT DAX:ID MCC. NICISCELL, Coast Artillery Corps, Class '05, graduated 42. Smcoxn IJIEUTENANT EDWIN C. NICNEIL, Mth Infantry, Class '07, graduated 54. LAXV Iirsr.-NVhat clause in the Constitution gives Congress the right to control immigration? MCDONALD.-The one on page 83, sir. INST.-VVhat is an act of assurnpsit? HOCIIWN'AI.T.-It,S obsolete. Q INST.-What's an hereditament? JOLINSON, J. H.-It's anything that can be "heired." INST.-Mr. Sawyer, what is the veto power--legislative, judicial or executive? BqADA1NI findignantlyj.-That is a catch question, sir. 37 TAC 3 MHE U6 sv- Rff PHI? SQPHY Mb, f I CHE ISTIQK ENG LIS faf5' 559f H I 5 H Er T ' rw x4Li?'l3E.,,g f ' WWE? N I . sl pf A s QQEQ 7 y Qifissl V 4 fi-A V A Qx 1 Ig3eC3 7'Lj Q15 w WJ-31 1 H15 OW i. IENE ,.f. 32 A 38 Q51 SQ Nl 2:1 . ,ff E .', '-'Z ' .-, :, I. ' ' ' E E W " I IIEI . . . IE I v . ,-all E! THE 1912 ' ' M, -Ng, I-lOWlTZEll PROFESSOR LIEUTENRNT-COLONEL Lucius H. HOLT, U. S. Army, B.A., Yale, 1902, M.A., Yale, 1904, Pl1.D., Yale, 1905, Instructor in English, Yale, 1905-1908, Assistant Editor, 'Web- ster's New International Dictionary, 1908- 1910, Professor of English and History, U. S. M. A., 1910. - ASSISTANT PROFESSOR FIRST LIEUTENANT .BENJADIIN H. L. XVILLIAMS, Coast Artillery Corps, Class '05, graduated QQ. - INSTRUCTORS .FIRST LIEUTENIXNT EDIYIIN DEL. SMITH, 4th Field Artillery, Class '06, graduated 45. FIRST LIEUTENRNT RICIIARD DONOVAN, Coast Artillery Corps, Class '08, graduated 27. FIRST LIEUTENANT ROBERT Mf LYON, llth In- fantry, Class '03, graduated 42. FIRST LIEUTENANTL HARRY L. HODGES, lst Cav- alry, Class '09, graduated 19. FIRST LIEUTENIKNT JOI-IN K. HERR, 'Tth Cavalry, Class '02, graduated 45. FIRST LIEUTENIXNT EDMUND B. GREGORY, 14th Infantry, Class '04, graduated 50. FIRST LIEUTENANT NIERIIILL E. SPRLDING, 17th Infantry, Class '04, graduated 89. FIRST LIEUTENANT CIIARLES S. CAFEERY, 28th Infantry, Class '05, graduated 91. FIRST LIEUTENANT I'IEN1tY J. REII.LY, Sd Cavalry, Class '04, graduated 80. FIRST LIEUTENRNT PAUL R. lX'lIxNcI-IESTER, 27th Infantry, Class '06, graduated 36. FIRST LIIIUTENANT JADIES J. O,.I'IARA, Cavalry, Class '04, graduated 83. FIRST LIEUTENRNT AI.EXANDER VV. CHILTON, 11th Infantry, Class '07, graduated 39. SECOND LIEUTENANT NVILLIAINI A. GANOE, 17th Infantry, Class '07, graduated 52. INST.-What happened to Lancelot at the tournament? KAYDET.-Another knight struck him with a spear and broke it of in him. INST.'M1'. Dean, who was Lazarus? DEAN QNorthfield delegatej.-He was that poor Greek who lived in a tub and went around with a lantern seeking an honest man. 39 K R .5 W K . 3'2" .. . L., Fi- . . 'EEK mem T MATHE 4 4, ENGINE ff CHE nm if 'Spa PW 1 , gg Q15 HYGIENE Qu, nga g,,x,11."i5M,fi M Rqfnqw niiififsfzrgggxi N' - viii: My I ly 'llllll QW-gs 'M ' S '21 r V WW PM Q N tif fm. , ,gsm all 0 ... A R t 4,-A0 A p I ' 1 , v DRA ING 5 7 L w .M QB" IQXNG AQJS A H15 40 ,Jan Nl Xl 9 1 I ' --' .J ' - ,, I 4 Y , E ' ' EL f UL'-"X ,. , f 'lg- -5 I 1 , ' ' .' F it ....AE! TH E 1912, fag ,M-1453 HCDWITZER PROFESSOR 1910. INSTRUCTORS QTMTMX W. L. Icnmn, Medical CO1'PSi Cixrrlux J. F. Siren, Medical Corps. C,x11T,x1x XV. R. IJAVIS, 'Medical Corps. CLADET.-vvllilt does this "extra dry" mean? INST.-'l'l1z1t's at term generally used in connection with a. beverage which my pocketbook will not permit me to indulge in. , QA bald-headed cadet with his head smeared with "Glover,s Manga Curev passes by.j Posfr LADY 'ro CADET Conrmxiox.-Vtho is that cadet? He smells 1ike,my dog. 41 Inrcnrlsxixxw-Conoxm, FRANIC R. ICEIQFER, Sur- geon U. S. Army, Medical Corpsg ap- pointed Surgeon of the Military Academy, ZRTTE EW Ax ffl xi A Z! kgygfef r M ' ' if R fQ an I K Tx, D ff I. ft JUNE 14, 1911 ' 'I AD.TUTiXNT-BRONIINE, C. J. QU.xR'1'1CRMASTER-HAUSER J ACTING SEKGEANT-IICIIXJOR-ROBERTSON, W. M. .ACTING QUfXRTE1lDIASTER-SERGEANT-IICIORRISSEY KD EX CAPTAINS Ili' CO. HAS? CO. CLB57 CO. ucv ARNOLD1 PAULES5 GORRELLG A LIEUTENANTS SIJALDING, S. P3 BENNION2 I-IINEIION' . IILICLEAN, H. C32 XVRIGIIT, L. O.s ,M,II.ONY10 ACTING FIRST SERGEANTS DUBOIS4 HVOUNGS, XV. H., ISP HOBSON6 ACTING SERGEANTS CRAXVFORD, D. MF IITACGREGORS :KULDELL6 SNOXV7 HAYESN B'I,xxw13LI.10 SINIITII, J . NF EDIVAIIDS, B. D37 ICELLY15 KILNERX' GREENWVALD21 ROSE23 CORPORALS , CRESS1 B UTTS3 VILIRIRDT4 TIIOINIPSONID SKINNER15 ELLIOTO XVARD21 ANDERSON, G. P35 BR.-INDIS WYETII24 BANDIIOLTZ22 IDAVENPORTN I SASSE27 Q HOUGIITONQB REES95 FRRRLAND31 MoRI:'I'ON3" GRIFFITII32 LARABEE M' YOUNG, WV. H., Qdu SOMERVELL38 FORBESU STUARTQT BURR, W. Eff CAPTAINS CO' HDI? CO. CKE!! CO. SCF!! FLINT3 LEE, R. I-If DEAN2 LIEUTENANTS . GATCIIELL4 SULLIVAN3 VV,xLIISI.EY5 DICK11 CRAXVFORD, R. C. IVOODS ACTING FIRST SERGEANTS . BINGHAMI1 DRAICE, C. C? ANDERSON, R. EF ACTING SERGEANTS ' XVI-IITESIDE1 FKAYDIONVILLES RAYNER13 :FLYNN4 MCLEAN, J. TF' CHYNOTVETII15 - HARBIONII LINDT, J. I-1.22 COOKZQ H A311512 BAILEYZG LITTI.EJoIIN21 IEHARRISON, W. C34 IHYATT25 CORPORALS PADDOCKO LOOMISS ' GROSSZ MILLER1 HOGE13 ICERRS XVOODBERRY11 LEWIS, G. F? R.0BER'l'SON, W. A." INGLES20 H0LC0DIBE17 ADLER12 U H A331525 BULLARD, P. CFS .NIARKOE30 PARKINSON39 COWGILL33 ORTONH' MILLIKEN, C. M11 LANPHIER35 HOSKINSH GIBSON, R. Tf' MCCAINBG LTNDH, F- P-'G ' 42 EQ E' ll" ?. ' l"" E 5' . E- X 1--- E E E E Oli 4 5 . ' W W - .-. . -. , 1: -1MNlLL.,7W . -.-ff"'3 ' yi wb 5 gl 7, ffl V V , . , C '1-fMji2Jf14a142Effff xf"f"XXUlV AUGUST 25, 1911 kwin, Z AUT A ADJU'1'.xN'1'-BROXVNE, C. J. QU.xR'rRRM.xs'1'12R-I'IAUSER 'U ,Lk sf.IR.ERNf.--Rlmm-CoP'1'1.1ORNE X ,W U f y QVUAR1'1zRMAs'1'ER-SliRu1cAN'1'-ST.I NEY I L wwf CA P'1'.xINs J W . CO. "A" CO. "B" CO. UCU ZMQU' fl DEAN1 P.x1'r.1as3 GoRRlcI.I." I X , ' . LI E UTENA NTS Mx, DUBOIS2 ,XXDERSON, R. Rf LEE, R. HF R f '7 f,., - SPALDING, S. PF Youxus. W. H., lstm Housoxm gkjwv ,gf DICK, C. PIN CHASE13 M.xr.oNy1'1 1 L, ff FIRST sERGE.xN'1's N Wff!Cf'Q CRANE1 Pvrxnrl ISROXVN, T. K? W COMPANY QUAR'l'E1UlAS'1'l:1R-SERGEANTS C1lITTENBl5liLSER'x CJLIVER1 NRWQOMERQ ' Y sERG13AN'1's 1 JPATCII1 CRAXVFORD, R. XV." LYNIJEIUIILLD W JN 11 , ,I Kurs" PERKINS7 IJORSTUX 1 , 1, Rossw SPENCEILN I'm.1.RR'1 X 5, A Q DANIELSONM RYAN X o1.K1:x1z1:RGuL" Nlslsoxf? H, 5 lui PURNELL26 g W. S CORPORALS M XA, 5 , CRESS1 iI3l"1'u's: XYILIXARICT3 'Q . E W iTTIOBII'S-OX, J. BJ Axmcnsox, G. P." IJ.xv1:N1fo1zT2" X i E I XVARD15 IJANDJ-IOI.TZ17 BRAXDQ2 1 , I XVYETII19 PIUUGIITON, NV. CF? GIHFFITIIE4 W i k R V LARABEEYU RI0IlIi'l'ONL SoJrERvm.I,35 X RM :- FORBES!!! S'rU.xR'r, L. Liu BURR, XV, Eff' . XM E 1 KENN,xRn3l' SKIN N1-:W HoG.xN41 W X W 1 'X BROOKS, J. A.43 Yovxczs. XV. H., 2d"" yy N N 5 CAPTAINS NX E K lx A N Co. Co. Co. HF' XL I Ny FLINT5 ROBRRTSQN, XV. MF .ARNOLDB X R LIEUTENANTS 'w BINGHADI1 SU1.r.1v,xxG BIORRISSEYA X! E HAYES, T. JPG DRAKE, C. Cf YVOODS Q -' CRAXVFORD, R. CPT IqUI.DELL15 IEDXVARDS, B. DP , A FIRST SERGEANTS X X I JVAN XILIETZ CAIN5 MCMAHONG Ng COMPANY QUARTERMASTER-SERGEANTS Ke .K j GERSTNER5 BTCCUNNIFFB , LOX'ELT,:: W ' ATN pid SERGEANTS ' CANADY5 BRE WER5 NROSE YEA R2 VINERB PEALE15 GILLES1'IE, J. BP TI-IURENIAN13 IRYDIANJS DAVIDSON, H. C.'2 GANGLER5 HEIDNER24 NEWGARDENH ARDREY22 CORPORALS XVOODBERRYB Loonuss 1i0BERTSON, W. A." 1 NG LESIS H OGES A DLER10 MILLIKEN, C. MP7 IJANPIHIER9 IiERR12 Gnxsox, R. TP" HOLCOIKIBE, XV. H23 GRossH PARRINSON, J. .LF2 MACTAGGERTR. HOSKINSLS DOE, YV. VVP3 MCCADI21 LINDH, F. PFS J ERNIGANM B ULL42 M .x ILKOET5 +PCo1or Sergean ts. iC010r COl'p01'81S. 43 Zin Memoriam COLONEL CHARLES W. LARNED 1 f271J"Y'V11 2 V 411, 1 ' 1M1ff'fj2' ' 1 - l5lf1t1x11.l11 Y W M 11mg wwf, X fy F. ii rw-4 W! 1 Wli 1111'Q:f'EA", W U"'J'11l mg! ff: x 111 f Q11 1 N--Y 1-, -Vic I 1 1 1 111 WN. 'ZA 'W .1:mm X '51, 9 . wr'--1 , f ,Jlllw ? 1 I W 15 1" QTK111 X Um ymwhhlgwbuilllll 111 1!f!1'IS1H 1 5' Wy! I1 Lx ',,f7,,S..PE- f-"1 WY "Wy ,IM JQBX rl' 'W . .121 1 161 ' 1 .11 I 511 1 'L I 1lqk11'1 I H 114111'7fj ,Nei Q. 1 1 ,1 ,K , D ?14'5QMJ!fM 11 11111144 rw, jQ1' 1 ,W fl!! 1 ' 11, 'W'i11 1 r-,1 1 H I I 'L-yi W 9 Iwfliq' 1'!'!Ah 1 flu ' ' 1JW1qfPl'll'I 'vm 4l.m1i11X I 1 I 11,41 111 1. I 1' 1 11 1 1.. 1 11 111 1,11 1-- H 1 H 1 WXX1 f . I 1 i glliikilf . 1 1' C1 1 11114111 'HHH nh 1 f li11""H ' 'Q M 1 .. P x 1! 21 1' . ,L I' ef. qlliydb J 1 5 ffwgffitflf 1, 111Q1M1,f Km 1,1 11111111 1111111111111 1,11 1 111 111 'N 11 1,11 -L Mlflfwy 12 111 1111 lu I1 1111 +1 11 1 111 11 f111"' 1 '1 ' 1 111 4 11 ql1 W 11 m11n A ,14ig I --.T V Q,-1' W 111111111111111111111111 X I Cfa, ,Ogg ll: fxk If Im 5352 3 f I ', -qi? ' ' - .'1 'I S 'X 4 L Quin' ' '17 HS fff, ' d5t41 x " 'm"k J VN R ! x Q-A D cg ' ' I X, ,, J GL ss f A f l I ." , X 5 Zltbletin Bepresentatihe ROBERT FEE HYATT ifanp Managers WILLIAM COFFIN HARRISON ROBERT FEE HYATT CARL PETERSON DICK ROBERT HENRY LEE PHILIP RIES FAYMONVILLE MILLARD FILLMORE HARMON ARCHIBALD VINCENT ARNOLD HOWARD SHARPE BENNION 47 js' Q.: au. L ' s"'1ifearanr't' we 0 N4 gn--Fff59F'il 0 - il ' af " Y' 3 Wriifgf r M3 el M., s l gill 0 Ei' 2 Q32 -- 7 r , ' - r rl frrfei t lr it -ty ? 2 QNX be 4 5 'MJ' , X fr-,x.Q'x'4 t y 6 g ig, 't I " . .f '4 v 1 , r lg if-elk A 43" jg " , .N . 4 'E wf . .. a t y , rf--rr ' ei r f rs 'lllllllltr 1-all , il fm" 1 rl X.. 'l : I Nifty, .t, fl, 3 1 i?i':'f+- 1- lf' wil lf.-iv '- ' P f --"g, 'lily rd' - -H fixcttjliffj 1 if r ,N ' 'iii N V 4 - I VM , W 1 Y, if ti Xu 'X ,fl Xfh, It g ,f A 7--.. af Q ., my . -. r X ff ff 1- qw f- X f- - s' I, . r i 1 X v - f . X E'C1'w5-. . . PEN - X9 H 4 if ,A ,ge E Qi ,, gi, V V71 :V 639 , , -Vg gm ot E f f Estee l ,r l - n , "Y txt , mai. -' ,, 2 Y I D l R RICHARD EMMANUEL ANDERSON ,I jj . . , Qtr- wf xl. Appointed from Senatorial Colorado. ,-QW0 y 0 , Address on Graduation Leave: Castle Rock, Col. ' 5-- ' rsvp., HS d H .fl d -U vt ' 4151? Q Ag 'we 6, fn y v . er Jxbixigii x s f, 4 Corporal, Company Quartermaster Sergeant, :'XCtl1'lg First' Ser- ' AJR' geant, Acting Sergeant, Lieutenant, "A" in Baseball Q5 4, 3 lj, QAM? tpfy Q, I - - 4 and in Fencing 121, Indoor Meet C4, 3, 2, ll, Outdoor Meet C74, 3, ' X77 gh X - ugh J 530238 LRJ5i111EgnSofFg'laClXf. CS A, I-gt1115lredC1Eh Nighgst C5J,1I'IoiyEtaer lmljgsgli ziggy l My tl Show, r lg W J ' P, f r 3 11- We -' fra lf ' --.lf ' ' .V " ' , x or .. . .- JAH j o ' fxrgbyggir? NE of the most striking things about Andy is that .1 fs .lx 'P - - - - f.'r-suffffh--fe iam-f cv fe ll B 251 -iou gust claift keieplfrorim llkilng everything dahout e 'iii Lf lm rom 1 rea t t fi' W' ' 4" ,-4, fl'P'QQq. Wg. f- he regards his cheviaons, di' liiisgmaiinereolicnriebgaifrlsiaealiiiiziig "iffy C1 h' k-If 1 f -1 5 k' f f -1 d 'ffififf X an a versary on is s 1 u 01. pea ing o ox s an such, he was pierced through the lung in the l9l l Inter- mf1fi.jfQQ cd LjA'x'.g,TYlU"jQgffbg1f' collegiate Tournament and was a hero for many moons xx,fif'jL2fjfij'4-1.ijjQ?2fgN - f: gill--C ffgeg-'14 b f h h b H - M ' I' Lp?ff"Q?'f 5 ETTKFKCHQCQ V gg ecause o t e courageous way e ore imse . e IS no wr -.Tw J slouch at the national game either, and, starting in when t3T.7'?5 5222 nftffw, .Q-an l. . . r,-1 it fi: A he was a Beast, he has continued to do his share to make gfqgmy xjf the baseball nine what it is. In concluding, We feel com- I pelled to add that he is an aceomplished squire of dames, the hero of many a Flirtation tete-a-tete, and a 'sure 3ff1l'l'53P! K enough Beau Brummel at the ho s fever one of the I ' iff if Tre g ez? ,,FW?iT?if,t -...'?EfljQf.f'tLtU315t' ,-, r.,.,,m ww , up X tk 43 ,. 13375: ,V , 6,1Q-3fJw"7gggf.,Q:z:'sJ J' fggzrgilfifeiifsgqvf gt ,,,f,Efyf! -f, dgrfgffxifp152-Leif f -'-t 53 N434-554'-'N 1f'5Xlj'f??2j2Q ' ' itz 5 ,, ef . -::r27f4f'i,'5jf1i2?"k2.u.'.glr'gl ni -Din' ,T 54 Aj '23 xg? j ., 1531,-j'wAj5,'t' Q, 1 tiremj-t'.1'1 f lg X iff 2 1 Mu: 49 '- "9" 1' Q 'f Y' fb 1563, SQ W ag gg?-eff 55:1 Vw :Q yullvrfq riiann h N sw a " - . .ulimn 5 5 211115 'Ill' X ,7-L Q .4 iff nf 1. ' i s 41 C C f ""5"f-riffs -1N""'4 W5 . my faiii sw X 1 v P sg vmvg X' A K 5 Sf o 2 1 D' 4- indium.. i t t t i. -545 . Zig 'SIWQ '71 fQf?N ,K ' Q' li' s9m0n.. , ll is 5 Q X H : fglrrv , :the X A 6 'I ' 4-,jg YK ,ft '-fy .5 C 4' 1 " 4 5' 1 S 5 1, Q 6 , J : gk A : N I -7 ak? 5 2 I F' ' , Y lllhff li' , f LW' 1 'ilunf' 2 1 a ' - 'K el ' SX ,or 2 l if l ., ' 1 Tift i stef- . ' 1 'Q 4 I X I wt in 'Y-J f L :ay X if ii? gi' X xii? 'Ii 3, Hg L Q rea so if , '1 X 'ig Q f 5 ' ' ' X . ,Ji E 53 ,2 kxf n f' f f' Ms fl l X ji 7 ' x s , . I9 , A ' . x . ., r 'wir 5 1 K i : i U V X D H CJ " s 4 I u 24 . ill . ARCHIBALD VINCENT ARNOLD Appointed from Fifth District of New York. Address on Graduation Leave: 216 Prospect Ave., Brooklyn, N. Y. "Archie," . First Corporal, First Sergeant, Captain, Marksman "A" C31 Sliarpsliooter C11, "A" in Football CS, 2, 11, "AV in Basketball C31, Football Squad C4, 3, 2, 11, Basketball Squad C41, Hockey Squad C21 Lacrosse Squad C4, 31, Class Team Broaclsword C21, Outdoor Nleet C21 Indoor Meet C4, 3, 21, Howitzer Board, Athletics, Fur- lougli Banquet Committee, Hop Manager C11. - E. don't know if, when Archie came here his friends predicted great things or not. It doesnit matter anyhow so long as they came true. A . 'fqfws f' " UW A Xf f mt E ' f ., K E Q - 3 ' 5 n DL? , ai, is dig ii 17 x 1 lb I N 1 .JSF 1 Q t ga gt? K r 'll Q . iljf. ! .2 tg, X " Jw' X ef' ' , gy. t ,D 7 I 6 'iss if An' f' 'X .3451 ll ' f 'tile 'R 'fp " 41 o ..g35,, Qf,sQa9. l' 2 5 1 I 'i f I" -Q I , 3 Q ' s. ' fr , I 1 Wi c 4 Q t NW 7 .ff 'JJ X K , X M". i 1 fl,,4 , ' r NG ' D fl 9 il fb 5 W di hopoid a spoonhoidg a tea lighter, an athelete, a ridoid q ' j I ' , " F a make, and a man. It is too much for one but he seems Wig?-flA:,'fj.l. ,wif 23 to thrive on it. As an athlete he is one of the best West 54 2,0 I Point ever produced, especially in football, always work- A , uf' ing, on the field and off, and perhaps that is why the A 'QQf7j1f', - Middies are glad he is leaving. He has worn chevrons V 'Q- E ff1 'f ,ef ' that came to him instead of being sought for and that have ff',1q,f k stuck in spite of the poor sewing of the cadet store, and all E ' 1' A , f If '- 4-1' the time he has been doing these things he has been a man 5' gf 5 Q' who is always willing to help anyone out, who has a good . 5 psi. 2 . 'q i A., word and a smile, and who uses the latter alwaysg and is ix . nm 4 when he canit use the first he keeps quiet. R, .lg lg 'i ' 5 H . M .rip fret -v r M574 3 ,, f- f" f..-5112: l .J 1 Z:-NX- Lis 'mu-.4i,' it V A' ,:l:A,j,I A , MaitSl.f,-1:-.. Fav? P ' " 'P 59f7252S111:1s.LA Wm ' 'A . is - :M ' lies at-. 1 ff s - f gb' . X tw' wJ'-'f :' .:f,.fs1wlyiXt Qi -' 5 G Fr f-f52zffj,aJ"fff?s1PElQ.. si' .ttrfftttlgtflffsisff -eefffffgsggirilAtt-- a 25,2 13.9 5 ,ia . fiiffffff'iaailw1. IH at Aiff?12f'LQH:l fi -' im' 'tliiill-tl211l2RH'ft1ff:si3s .iiflfmlgfEE!WM:iQ,Ql if. 1 - A W g.Qf,1g: 1.i.ff:,.,f,f ff 1 1 gfftgfittglillli .lyuxtr 1-gxyf, ff I Ixlfiwfigfgia f' :' 'AQ A ' f Rf my l ' 1, .,,,v, f gt- ' 'I ., xii V My ,. T14 Riff: fl' ee' e . e ya Wm ' fl 'RM 92 ' er 1 an . 5 f, ,.., . tu 9 :isa 'Sexual' f 1-' 4 X slurry 5 1 g e 15 av N my 3 A isa fe ars : , E ra, , -e -. s f is ,,,. --X 2 f gm,,.'. -X"'.'f' .. , M if 1 ' . -ff iillllllif i 'nf .1 Him qqmv' 'QE 'e Will' 5 . : ' -W in W tw? ' F' E? Q1 1 vg r W' sf W M5 ' f - ' Q. . X . l 1- I 3 ' x ' , , """ i A ' - r f we assi? .a ting X I sm 2 i gigs 3' . V i Qin wig ' 1 XX 'Xnzghh f' 2533? 'N , "- .. 1', ftt f' ' f' -, P sw gp X f, , we ' 9 2' -5- " . -' ' i'12i:V.':f 5 f as ' . :lr-5 1 ? 'ei - . WESLEY MOTER BAILEY tx Q ,,, V 1. Appointed from Thircl District of Mississippi. ? foggy? 'Q' Address on Graduation Leave: Lexington, Miss. 'E ,QQ -'fits Wits Xu .1 - U -fs t 709 'git fats it k Acting Sergeant, Slizirpshooter, A. B. UVQQI A V: 'E . Mew! 'FQXFQWFWXZ IL ' ra .sl ,-,gh N arriving in our midst, Wesley Moter achieved rf 1,24 instant fame by his Bryan P. C. S., and by his' T., 7 1 of striking resemblance to that silver-tongued orator, ,I Since that time he has continued in the lime-light as a ,g 53? .1 negro soloist in our Plebe Illumination and as an acting X " 4 :giujgs sergeant in first class camp, where for two months he wore :ff -A -:actos . . . f " 1 " 'lf' the sword and chevrons attendant to a osltion of this K P if PX . .-as A ,. importance. He was policed from Sherman once, but we P iff -if 4 - , . . e 9' .,',.1g::i- f- S . L 1233 don t mean to cast any slur on the equine prowess of this 2 pf '. f""' 1 - - - - - - Si I? Qt-if '. ' xi f'7',,!, . ' 1 gentleman from Mississippi, for he IS a noted cavalier and gffjirfiffgg-gf? rf tl. ,ii+47'7' Q .. - M -st. si- ts Aw., f, ,ro polo player and strong for the Field. In fact, he finds ,. ds., -.fgixlz if li' wi Q , x, N . . . Mgfzf- ..ff5v'Wi-'fd -L1 135350 gg the only position that can compare with that of a south- A 5.114 ., ,lf-.5 in Y . . . . ,S-1 igfqi'-ffjgggi G .Sl ern gentleman farmer IS a lleutenantcy in the aforesaid ,Gi ' -X it -f '-714' " we 1" .si 'Jsf f' branch. ve. re. se. se. we. at re, se. at isa .zfg njigew' N -irierss... - 1 " A-1-s :far -ferr ,ffiasiifiaii-12 Q05 .i:.::F21??s' ' 'ff' X ' ff ',f-wi fffi 'f"1-ffm ' K ' f'3E'f-1. is 25 if A Yf3'f'f1f i e hfrfif-Pa i t5f::.:55fTf'1ii1g11xXfS' N - T Q5 5,021 L3?2f,f,,f ' -E-5551, " ff-E 1:5 frf' frifim ri' A 1 L-E143 .1 L i-fi?f?TY.G ffiiu?51aH'v-.MQ 'Z 1 1 .15f!.zf' 4222?-I 57 Qt eftv . 1"f':1Z'fss':Mv10,2-tblt-f bww f 31' .,s. '- 15,-'VJ f.'.i 1"f'-1261:-.1ff"f"t W1 H fm-.Hmvffflflnfi L , ,A , ,.,-:H-f-Qi 9 " it 1ztfg.:gu 2 svn 1..5.,Mi:,51i, 5. H, N g.,9j,jg::s::j51x.:g? Uf,'Q,3Lg:,gg, ,E-E-i1,53",:H,1.?fy'! I V Annie.: 51 4 km-Am. 'A ' ' 1p., spg-3. . -wi fivfffl "L :iw 4327651 WW f" V -f 11- RQ e n t r ff, ifrtil Wd. ganna W' ,- ' e , is 445-rg' X:-' . ff-.,, ' .. Qahffsgt , W 'f p ' 'Q' f '1 '- iw. is sf-Lf 'Sli sg f fs Eff l ilgpgff' V il 1 'W wf.tt.JQt . ' 1r:.ffaw.'1f 1' f-4 Us 'L vi-11:65-A .. 'f ' fgagigfge 9: ' ,gtg '11 fgjfff-ff vs, gm 55? lift lil:-f X211 1 ,Aff 2 1 , l,eSfJi5l1Q?k :gs X 4 .Qft -1 1- Ft-fgywf - ' Q,:f-ms: fri aa 1 K'i'Q'gj1bf YF' l,- ' . L." x will 1 N ji, NN- "- ff iff, "'f.'4Zw.. -f X X! . 4 N14 2- ff f Q : laygigf lac, X. .., , .QMQS ui ., ,QA V 'N FQ, . K Y' ti ffcj, E ' f la 'Q 455' H' ill usjiefiawir ' ?:- ' ' Quiz E f f- t . X. 4 is-ff-1sTeT,fW7'r7,fff N -5 1 ,f. , fx a , .. we-T.--sw, f 1 Qi ssl 11 :rx lifiqf' .JI ."lQEgk,g' if iw 3 X E X X .. 2 in ll! LEONARD LOVERING BARRETT Appointed from Senatorial New Hampshire. Address on Graduation Leave: 9,9 'Sullivan Street, Claremont, N. H. "IlIyrtIe,f' "Leu," Cleansleeve, Marksman, Glee Club CQ, Organist Cadet Chapel Qs, 4, 3, 25, Choir cs, 4, 3, 2, 13, A.B. ARRETT came to us from the Wilcls of New Hampshire with a brain full of math. and a pure Bostonese accent as his main assets, and the past 90517 qi fi is W Wx ftV'W?W Q .- f4,f, A-1 9' SFS?-ei-ff-511-f-f.1 - - . L. 'ul-,3,l,g A four years have seen no change. Ever see him in EHQIH- f p. eering? l-le crowds' the elusive tenths to the limit ancl -X 3, j alles garnely fighting. When a man will arise from his becl Q' '- if-"wiW.L3L.L.tf..,LA-,Q-X' ' . .V.. V 1.3, .-Lf.Q..,.,i,fTTT' ,t at mlclnlght to solve a problem .in stresses which has oc- if,jgQ,6E?.i 4 Af'f g'ij2,T1iil 4 currecl to him, that man has ambition. His rep. for booclle ff,,Qf1f '?f5Es,ifjf- ,1 EX' Jilafi? 'XY 125-iff'n'.1 ' .1 'xi fi ,?f:Xggl.:vf' hi! has ever been good, anol the human vultures, Nlalony ancl 1:.ff,: vs t i."KQ1 5 7- - -' 7? xiii' . if 4' V F' t,-,RN KST'",7:1',axwi??sfi Cramer, always hover near, to help hlm out lf necessary. if '.A.:f'e.'r'.:rf-sage - - - - ' K .f f yK'3Q5?i L.1:,jSff'Q.:,-'al-EQ7' Barrett has one cllverslon, ancl that is the plpe organ. :A xX,l3'tf 2141? I, Every clay he pours forth strains of music, 1n which he 'Q-4.jNj:.f5,Qt,,,TffA. fi V - - "ff fig' ag! sf takes great pleasure, and with which he truly enchants us. iqxesf-Q .1 i . .. 12 'L 'A" . Zia f7AZi:9?f'F3ffEFailf.E3X".'1l'r'llf 'iii '7g9E7'f- fii fhv VS hifi 1- s,:-1 ff, ',::,..i51 'ti"f fif'fE Q5fllil1'xl7'f'2l'il?,. V271 i3f1'5f'Ri5'L Sift ll:flff'lil'ii 1 -H 1m:':- fi fl' ',lJ.X- --5 1' ' 'EK 2 .:53'5f ':" I w -..' ,l?"'V 'fif'Z-5f.L:T'l-"'.5?"" 1 .. "'1.'.L .'w"'-.54 15:51. ' Lf. V91 26:3 .WM if mimi llf1':77::Q:5fZCl-22971221H-Kiillfjfifflzp -QI: it R 52 ,i fal, In spite of his easy going ways he'has proven him- Q2 jyxbqtio C - -'af 1' i t wllvr as ' ' MW St 1 'Q D i l 2 i t -- i ffiistf f I fy iff' S ll' 'Y f , 1 1- ,WN f-.1-1 As.. -u, Vt ,. X5 iff" 2 'zgfiiii 315' .rf f i WLWWQY 1,3 Qgigmv 1 -e .q sif-'fill i l ' Y? 'A af " , !'lfffx?'?:c'i-5 -' ' a I et - 'i l 5 ' 7fQQf Pm-iS 1 C v in ..nm,.f E!-s4,'1-lggif'A?,,,.i11' ui? qlllnlrr ff 'W Quin? ' '11fiY""' K 5 'f"TTWl 1"2?" if f, A 5 I f N. liz? CFA Q -- -H ,, . , K. F ly ' -. ' f x I . rx-s cgix Q N U X yf 0 I! . V . .13 - 'J , gi Nm f-- - W' i 'Q A 1 fi 'eil' 2.g.Qi'a'ZL?: - f' ik . by qi, gs. ..,.E -ics! cfs-P 1 E37 -. 'Nw Q YI " ' X 'E - f f' 'Nw RAYMOND OSCAR BARTON KN, .AlJPOi1'ltCCl from Fourth District of Oklahoma. x . 1 , Address on Graduation Leave: Ada, Okla. I 'Q 4Mxl's fi "Tnbby," "Pot," "Ba1'I." E71 Cleausleeve, Sl13.1'DSllOOl1Cl', "A" in Football Clj, Cullum Hall 6, , P I N U X Team C3J, Football Squad C2, 511, Indoor Meet, Heavy Weight ,R Qi I H 72 . , ' XlXrl'CStll1'lg Cliampion C.2J, Captain VVrcstling Team Clj, A.B. 1 'lsrfgffk Nlfs' , X- J is r ffisw 4 ?l'- ,X FF the football field no one ever saw Tuhhy get A X 5 H ., real mad,-no one Wants to. They much prefer 'E' 'till good natured fat men even-tho' they he not verj i3rf'5f'f".f's. P X 'f df'-1 : sk.'ff'.,.: will 'Ct to , NQMM af . X, ' 4 ! 'fb G T - . . . . .: , .i .. , VM 1 A '41 Aff self Worthy, whether it he in playing football, walking ry H ,"Q the area, spooning, or muclcering in Tom's studio. l-le X emerged from that place with the heavy weight Wrestling ,,f4,?2i.iw 5 championship tucked under his arm and commenced to stir up interest in the sport in the Corps, with how much , J Q1 KE? success remains to he seen. l-le is very much in evidence - I I-if gg when the hand begins to play over at Cullum. lndeed, fi ' the leader of the orchestra always looks to see if Tuhhy Q at ' h f h h ln ll B f ll h' h' ' ffl Kei? '-f!l'!vliii:'s E7 ,eps ,mx ,. IS present e ore e startst e a . ut o a is ac ieve- ,fqjlgsifvfp ments the one of which his class will forever boast was ,fi ,I A. VI his smashing the record, previously held hy the classes of 1908 and 1896, forthe number of "A" men. at s .vs K Qx In N- 'O . rjil' I, ' HV: 'vigrx-ix f -- bilfi f 3 l f' ,,.7'l1-7"fl3-liyilfifiziwizsi if 32,1-iiif-?5235f75E E?':f2,,,,lggff5gi+,iixiix , mix ' Q 339 st c, :mf ff: ai em an 'X ' - ' M , D3 11'ffl--2?5ff-..3+2:?1i4i :iv J 'Fir :Tv 373' fi' is ff' i f+w"F::11f1-11-:Is 1 wsmiu-lx , f:ffP?p7f?sa:f3a1:4-:fc'gfrfaiagggQaa?1rQ"T?i-ie Xsjnass fiaiizlkufwingzr-inii?fi 315151 l 3 WM , ' ,7f?'?'Wm,,g4gjg42fQe3fa1ymif:' ,g.',iiwzfjlj,ge41z'.fli.Lk?1mfff1rw-:::r:-'ai 53 I - ' . . M- ' " " 1 c ,- . .- ' as , "if Zi, , . 1- t s Q 'S 1 if-'Ja 5 -- 56185 ,mm H -H' 356 --M 2 E lm. 'WS r Kw ai f i he W 'S EW if ', I - V l, - y.s-.-,- . , 831 1 -alum-it 1 a H twrmwf v , f .,,. 2-...'.:-,:-,L 415' mf , . quam, A Y 1.7 I - .., . x., . l , : f r r ' at 4 's f lists? ' 'xfiiiiiiii it Img, 3 13? '- - ' ' ' Q ' ,- ,i ff.-4. ,:.3,..f.tu.. X 7.1 A . Nag, is A.VV 1 " r t. SH '1 -x-'f e -- -"f " -f - M t lseek-Ali Y ' - gf f " ' 9 2 oa r fl if ' ' A' I r- fm - ' 55' 'S r . , . . ..., -5, Q . f-1 H .Y . .. - ,, '+I 4, L.'.."::g 1, -. U.. , ,fist gg-M, . A' A ' or My , ,r X 1 Q 1' ,,, X 45. l ?' bg Sang 'sag S va X as' N '33 ?, ev .E WX - . , E b M, ,, W ' 1- -1 1455 Q7 , J, . 9, ,I Q Q , . 5 41 3, f Yu N ft? L B 'iw l. , 1791422 'J f- : ' f- . 5 -irwffssafkyis XE-31? ta, HOWARD SHARP BENNION Appointed from Senatorial Utah. Address on Graduation Leave: Vernon, Utah. "Becky," "Hard Essf' Corporal, Battalion Quartermaster Sergeant, Lieutenant, Star C5, ' 2 lj, Sharpsliooter, Assistant Manager Football Team CSD, Howitzer Board, Associate Editor, Hop Manager, Horse Show, -X.B. .A. OME men are born bright, others achieve brightness and still others have brightness thrust upon them. Bennion suffers-all three and, in consequence, has always been a "stan" In the section room it is an edu- cation just to Watch him-to see him deftly sneak up and pocket the tenth before the eyes of all. And yet how quiet and unassuming is the man from the sagebrush of Utah. Once a great quill, now he possesses an A. B. and also a B. A. after his name, but the fall didnit jar Howard much and he still retains his angelis disposition and his happy smile. Bennion will be the first of the class to get a strangle hold on that bit of sheep's hide and News .. Q cj, i i ' .QSUJ A if x I 0'fw. 'Jr yglfllof 'g , t my p. s lf, 2 ,, 5, 5 .34 ,.f'f .tai fi, :K .Z fn. it W H A- fl 63 C ,X Q ll :L as no-own mtl :fag ,por U -,W :Til aa 9-,yfx x'S?r?" qffjj' 5 --A e- 5 -. 3' .ft 54 5 4 s-'J 6- l5.5F5'fr .NV 23 22. 5 L- ,,'?,.v't2l7' " R if 43. N. A l. Pl Y I Y loud acclamation will be his, for he IS sort of bright. lt, . Q. View ' "'r, is . . .Q'f-tilt?" t o , N -5 if sir, 'QE'i25i'Q.?Ai'gfffiV55ifgQ:fgzff.1'-i?f'r 5: 5 44 'rxriffga - s- V a feng' A455521 'N .14f.cffff2zmXti,-is , f E 1 aka is Largs - fs. . Livffifpfiii?l'Q.RtXlt KRW 2' -1??2'f"'iapf1iifieef Ss. "' lijifafglfioatnikfwssfr- Eiffilfr Ea -' ff f ' 1 ,1'rx'r.. Y. 4 1.-tw .-rv "..f,1f.f' '-'f',:-'N--if-411 -4 Y 1+ . ' :rj I 'mtt'.':u':5:12"'w-r fn 12: f ' Qt f 1- J" li-' .Wg J' Fx '- ..12 '- IEE: f ,P 1' 'Il 2 : 11: 'nf WW- ' MJ' Hype il'!1ll lllynd If 317. si-f.x'f7?Wf!j!1?-..Y YWYIQU-jf, sf11,'w1t.v,1r. til 1121 Q if , h1,,,,, 6'f'f5,-11 A' f wr, ' ijfif .mp ,.A,fgf'ff-'M 'lui Q -'egg 54 1 go around with less friction by being a good file in every - f -x I -6- r gf' up S 592 Fil? 3 L al l' si' was . S , 1 - E ?"-165 A .1 . A 2 ann-t,.s P' -- . if ,5 ,,- , Q. -nlllll lp ' r fb-'web' l 'lim r Wir HH! l 'llllll N5 31 --7' ' I , '-:T Zwiqj ' l' l El fl to K, f l x", 'g,' ' ' lg W' ,f ' ' gdbrilf , ' i g - 3 ,fragile 5 iq: 1, EQ . X I xl A, ' - gg il ,f , H' . fr .. ji , X . X W X 1- X 7 , ...xg ., J' "qi: X i - 'r - f 1 . - N it X2 f' f"' Sus Q' X is , Mi 5 age " - .fit 252 , ling,-:in-Jgfvp - . . V, 1 ' -Z . : ' , 1 HQ. 53. . ' . ffl'fi? if- 9 i f-'Sli as l f S fa . i - J SIDNEY VINCENT BINGHAM . lf ki Appointed from District of Columbia. Q Q? Address on Graduation Leave: 1106 Third Ave., Louisville, Ky. v wx G7 .gs Y . ff - U .1 V- 11 3 I at Corporal, Sergeant, Acting fF11'St Sergeant, Lieutenant, Marks- I ' . X man, Fencing Squad C4J, I-Iunclrecltli Night Chorus 133, A.B., B.A. X 5' 3 1 l I I INGHAM is a man with a strong drag,-on the 5 c great T. D. He has won chevrons and lost' them ,x N ' . ' . . . fs' fl., ,alll 51 Q, "'-' All C and. got them again. I-le lost them in yearling camp aj? . . .Q Q, 1. gc ar e . Mill 2' b ' 11 ld' cl ' 11' 'f 'lk 'h e WW K? A ecause e cou nt stan seeing is W1 e wa wit out S448-vii . him. l-lis chief diversions are boning fiction, singing, and :iff living with Tubby Barton He sings a grand medley of ' 'SEEZE , ' . 25323 as 'ff24:fE4 comlc operas, church hymns, and football songs, with a my . few of his own compositions mixed in. A tril'le quiet and n ' X " reserved, he minds his own business and helps the world 'ilwi' Yi - J., - X V .s. 40 A' 353, ' ff. 4 ,,. 1:51 , . , ' l I iff. .3 9 E. ,. 'f QT.. fl 1 2 .1 t. Kay- , ., , ..' C' X ILTQQN I 1' Qty fl fix J , ,H Ni A 'i I. V L' fl ii i ll jj . . V 4 i'l"i?jf Wll way. l-le is somewhat of a fusser and in hrst class camp spent .what spare time he had after making out D Co. s guard roster in walking out to meet the Rocks bus wearing a dress coat and a bewitching smile. , :Qi-" 4: ,LQAQQL-'y.i1 1 .5 'E Q frififftlliwll- ' 5:-M557 ffklygzi--1-ff .ff-',',j-gffrg ?'1Q'51, Eg:-f"',332i,,,LE121f:1.. ' e "'---ILM l' ' .. 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"Emil," .5 fgl C1 COIQPOYHL1S112ij'DShb0tHerAPE',3ot1JalI Squad C3, 23, Marathon Squad, 3, X S N- .f - ' ass umeras root a , . . 4,1 -fr ' 9. ' ,v I . ,, . 'lsff lc, . 53 ,X W i OBERT NALL, born on Friday the l3th, im- 1 N ll AJ , Q V mediately informed the T. D. of the fact, and it L fl , seems that these eminent gentlemen have striven rx H V fe, mightily that the decree of fate might be carried out. Emil 50 i C5 ,Q Q2 'was famed once upon a time as an amateur boxerg but ggi Q2 '- ', ,. . . . -5 , ff V, fn I f Q42 that was before the law allowed boxing IH this state and .Eh 4 ef lf sy, . Gif ",,,. l our unfortunate suffered. But the test of the man lies in his ability to talcerwhat is coming and keep still about it. " ff' - ::?' 51", - :-ig 34 iEt"f5's.' I up Although hard luck stories he could tell, nevertheless you ,!,.K. if 529 X 4 Qglii will never hear them -from him, for he has the grit and the 'f""' 1? ,K -Q V195 'sv fs -. r Mamie v , Mux A v 4I"--dk' .L si: - " I" V423tk,l:,c i M-Kg-af ff '15 t V, X :life 5: ' 9, wx ixj ji: blood of a true sport. In the riding hall our Emil has had his many troubles, and it has comforted many of us, with troubles of our own, to see him madly dashing past but smiling, and his smile gives us renewed strength to hang on for two rounds more. l-le has announced his en- gagement to the Field Artillery and it looks as though the wedding would take place in June. se, le, bg. lg X Tn N62 s a fs X , E ggi-7?f,"'i,: gagzfsrlaiifxrb ltffiir 1 Q5-fi"t' 1 iii-Ss-, A " ..s.1 "HW -, N, ,-,, sm . , ', .1 :H rl-. -' fl fm l5"f,fCc'Ei-L-',1:?f:?-3,5 fs-ffl ETH Gifczafffgi,-,51:2-41, - ,gerrflg 4' if Qfkifs'i::gj'1i::32"-, Qfczsf 43" 'm"fif-ek lf'fhsfazz3121122-121 ..,,11:L'Lt:::L::gjm-L: X' Q ',::.,f' 2 . :xg A Lf- grqE-Q1..u:,-.,- 5 'QL-, fr R . 'I 7-N4?.:ff,., l.5.,,I.- ,-, 'El-1:1-1 r- Af.-nazi ,Qfp.j'e.fJs:1f-' e'-' L1 ,Q 5 tgf1T2'45 A ' .1,1i:Q.LgrsL:2gg15x ' --"'.f1g,.',-,, MEM gn., ' sv' . ,rbfx-,-su f V f,f,f ,wg .-s.:":-::..ff+ lxl' ,ff-'-1, pg' : ', .l iv,1'n'y 9.44311 'IV3 1 :Hg will-gig: 5"f?'fff'ff' lfltialrallflil 'Z ' V Q A.'w"-Q.:tttQ2lxl':44ffp'-we.ff-"'lfSJ'f"'lf'7Jf7 l'dfr'Aw--W" fc wif:swulllewllllwsff 'ff!fII,'ff1ftl'l'V'll 'siwtlref 5.5 iafigsluiaiilmy-3-En ea.,5ze1iarTKkf, f'f'WiS:a5f,,f.2iQV,gs2 g,fl7lf'7i4 qi ,f5f,f,f5vQ,, V 'fffluvf fv.E11fitwf"DL39"g,nfkif'-- .t J-7"'."3' ii 56 ' ' -'ll Q21 'S 'wiv x' S it " sw: of ' 06 " ' 5 Xt ri M4 E 5' .ft Aga? sija-ay. ' ' ati ' ..i.v" 'N' ' um 3. ,ful as n I 5 1l I I ": ,,,, 'Qtggigfa ,a sm la N av f get L r 3 ' .- ff' . N 407 Vit N 'X Y ffffiiltll? 'llllllf' .si , 1 fr f . gm' 5 1 x xg' f . H-ti if l iterate ' A' T X 2 3 3 1' I ' X xiii. , ' Q . i' l . h ' X 0. 2 ? 3 - c f j ,iqim t in ' la Q l if , , 3 K- Sr.. Ir' x -- , C X , f "' N .,, X' . Wwiw' - V , - A X re Cf - lf 4" -. ws .-.XJ ' M - N ff' fo if , if W f i '-- wa t 'P i ' K " if' .. .H x R , f ., . X L , exp . ' 1 I F I fa xi f ALBERT EGER BROWN I -A A Appointedlfrom First District of South C31'Olll1Zl. i F jmhwx rg' Address on Graduation Leave: 105 Cannon Street, Charleston, S. L. Y- 0 by , kv c 4',' ,P I Q Q 1. . I Cleansleeve, Sharpshooter, Ifunt-Flanker Game, Indoor Meet FFL - ' I 'G Q t csy, Cullum Hall 449, Football Squad 423, ma. ' s t W3 fit ,X Aff 5 X tags fab mf. lsi t S . . y. ,A -qjx wi, ' N QQ' F Carolina has many more like Burfy, then l01'1g,l1VC nfbqg 'X 'tkmtkgg that state. A bit bashful, almost shy, yet his appetite :...3'G3?5i,EJ fo J ' nik' conquers-his fears when the feed hops come, and there -Q, .r Ly, . . b Q t 'L f . 2 .V was never a more able trencherman. As a rider Burfy 1 1 w ,. 'ffl . . ' - ' 1' 1, it l - IS there. At cavalry drill he always leads the rest be- T it xigjf fx' ggi? cause hIS horse is too fast for them. He says the new tan- .fda V -gi bark tastes better than the old, and far be it from us to " '- . . 1 . n if,--5 x 'xr I' iMux.41 'Wg contradict thls authority on a matter into Whlch he has N 'X .5 321 made deep research. Tom Jenkins has taken him in ,,.f"' ,JNL '2Iz4,1?. charge to make a fighter of him, but he is too good- 4 T1 : 'fgff-gf. . , . . ,N tg., 5, -.-., , '-115.-gk ' 1 YQ natured, and besides a fighter shouldn t Smlle. Have you 1 'f ,N .1 -1 x . . ' - H . . - N g ever wandered into an F" Co. Saturday night social L ef- 1, ,fm f- ' . . W -Q -- .1 -1 and listened to Burfy deal out words of wisdom? If not .,f4f3Lg b Y-' J-JJ., , . . . , - 5 n,t':ffrbg ,- you ought to, for he -can easily admmlster the long sleep to any oracle the kanclents ever had. bg ag lg, Q' -' vi ,. E ix' --lm 59' ,Mr-'3l!fY I - ' ,V ,57ff1?iifZi31:ii':5f?'ff-3321 155' ga. KA fl "5" 'T gi?I2EEEf?Ei?9?fl1Ellf 57135323 xET5Vbfi7 R951 mg l5:ljf'f5 .:.1-.-1-:rgaajfi-2.WX E: 'A Et' -rs 'wa Qs? ,5j,7A44:sfi25.:s3gg:f?wj FQ -If V--We J.: 'if'5'aim'iff53zi22r'4' M1Tf?3:ft. 'i'tlVQ' XE' V' .f Ll ::Lff7f"-53'1-frhrrffer - s " 4 'TF ff-vfalff ?ec31fQFf5:sfr-r-75513 ' ta -te-' - -'i7f5'Q"'ff?'5lliQlll.lxl7V'l5 .,1lllil-f.'W--YA S il 'V -.,' - 5 il -5 V5 Y ,..'t5iV1,v4gg' :iii J x f 47 5 1 I' I WI. Mc 'Z ."-silggrizj' Eieaife ,tt , , , .,.t:5, ,dy ..,,. , .,. ,AN-T- N .. ,, f, ., .. X.. -Q-1 , ,Jf,1t-:':- :.. Dwi? lr-, 1:-mir llfi-:Nfl , '-Qfffw--:E 20-f' i:'s',n1 -f .-7 Qwi: ,Ji ': ' me-f21d..,f:-1:5 H1 W- ., I . ..g 57 S gmmk wining 7 ' 431- tra, 'WS E 7' if Av 5 ..1- S ,ex-x , we lj. , sa - A E -, ,mf - our r,X, lu Y' s SS , A Q :RQ wr 47 1' RFU' ,W -. , .,. S .. Q .L ,a2fs5,2 -: S r ' grab 5, ' ZW' 5 :L 5 E -1 t guns E 'Tir fs- 3 " - 3 4 ' :- f 1 ass - a Q' fi ' ' l - ' 1 51 1- L ' f '- i fi.-: 9? X If . '. - -4 5' , l -5.9, ee ,: -er, 'I .L ..4. JI H' , X f ,wx . K - 'einem xx A X Q' , , ig- K: F 'Q' R' A ' s.. f 3- . - 1 - , me :S 2 Q21 qfl ' ' f It .f5F W" f ' ' X f rrp ,fl 6431 I all- V 1x : 5 rf . 1- 95335 - - W 25 . lim' - p ' fx l I ta CHARLES JANVRIEN BROWNE Appointed from First District of New Hampshire. Address on Graduation Leave: 1433 Clifton Street, Northwest Washington, D. C. "Brownie," UB. J. " "B1crter." Corporal, Sergeant Major, Adjutant, Sliarpshooter, "AH ' Football 14, 3, 2, lj, Lacrosse Team C4, 33, Hockey Team C4, 3 2, 13, Outdoor Meet C4, 3, 2 13, Indoor Meet C4, 3, 2, lj, Horse Show, Class of 1911 at New Year's, Declaration of lndependence PX- .l l"2e5l - s -as 'i 9 1. I ., fr f a , ,. . 2 it 0 l A i 3 X , 5 Q ff ' X m 1 f ,. 5 E , -.Q 1, SW: ' -IQ I Trigg' 3 M, rf E I' 4.1 J w a, 'L 'Vllllig - la' 4 We 2 V K at . as , 9 ,f53,' 3 X fix w , me fr l - 1 ex, ,a ',r Nfl ' wif?-3 f , H 1' I 5 A 3 M- 235 Sui? P .' qi., -1 f ?Q2fNn3Qa An' f M rl 1 4 rf . . lffsfxg -QS, x PQ5' F -1' fa' lla'-Fair. X 'S if 1 X XA f-,ff x' I , ,, . ,, , W ,.. ,, , , , 2 X X I f ' J In y h 'f QA 1 ' Q 2 x Y N ,Q , l 3 J X "l',1' NJ? 53 5 I V I if 1 ' 1 -' X - A , at Fourtl of July r? 1 ' 1 -- haf i a 1 . l . .. . .J 'N -5 E X - ROWNIE started h1s military career by an abortive 5 I 5 I , .4 !-- ll W--jeg walk on.Flirtation and, for a while., "that B. . lVlr. ' L If i R skjg, Browne was the cry of the yearlings. But before -: ff ' " ' the football season was over he had completely redeemed L A f l 47 himself. Hardly had he returned to those straight and Hills: ff ff' ri narrow paths leading to chevrons when, as corporal of f' f"-Ql'.l,SK:xJ U! TLQEE,--gl . . , qs.. 13: P55 ,,,J", Q 'f A-. -' 15,3 the guard, he aided the arrival of a Charles or Co. s order Ef?.E1E?3. 1 'lnmqtfj' ' , Lf . . . ies? -tag,-,--jg and was dropped. Since then his rise has been steady, P until now he comprises the publicity department of the battalion. He is some whizz in athletics. l-le has 15,53 '5 always played a star football game and, ever -since he was -il a plebe, has been on the hockey team, not to mention belng a lacrosse and' track man. If brilliant brain if ff Vilffk and dogged-determination on the gridiron show any- :Qzr-if ,. ,wb':.g23r'w t mg of a man's character, Buster is all there. - tg an lf, " ff? 1 risr .+ - t 1 f -.v M,3ri11t,.,, ,. XA' A, 5 --133-'YS1T4f"'f:l?li" A - Fi- -- ff---Y fi 2111-Z , w Y Y- 'Z .S,ff,!fz-,"-elfirxi 1 Q e ,aa w e ',,.5?liQl"l5lllllll-lily N "'a'?. .- ES " 1 - sr .:f. fl i:lf"e llllfrh 5 'Ill Wm - --.,' fk --5591-Qzflf'-31l'125f??E-lliiffffatfff ff' A .i mr - 'S 63225,rtxiulirlkwirli- ,lil-lf X S xxiea fxX-. 1 Q j 1 11.,4, - fffgglz L: ,P Mx Kai MQ? H7777 -2- llitllfgrllrlaillliEEE!!-Ki? LL " l M ?a2llmlig5m h fll il xl' I-I 'lf'-'L' if fZH2g5YX'?'H ' W. : ' . -Q .lim V 58 if W o 5 f'f'g- wwf Q" 'v' sun lu sr. 9 fi S3 base-'51 QS! 1 b- V 'wfggx h ' .bgvfz gg tx i ull Kris. I " Xsgmn i Fl 423. 2-i W f x' .. S -3,96 . xt' 4 J IUU ft 2 V W- I, .I 5 0 Q V i, gsm! i Ev 2 A .4 L' EWS , aa Q. A -es . ag -. V !""lB : xvtiif' E 2 N" "' 5 :Ti 1 its lnllilrqvi H ' .-5 521143 13,7 A . ' P 4lIIIIlluP ' S5 -5 1? lull' l f pi 4' rrlfsl -num" ig ii 'll p Na- ' gf' E: , ? l . f E l , ' E A E I 41 . 'al S I xi 'ff QW" "'lll""3 l f AW M ' ' i .wi fi ig X f 24 - I fi? fn - .J Jaif- I V' ' - W ' nf iw Wg! new K-5 ' if : Q ig , gg, e f , fs ' s -e .fs'r .- ' 4 l 07395251 -t. i!' 'L ' ' :xiii is Al ' ' ,'f-,zfw i fa l l 1 Q GEORGE LEROY BROWN, JR, j . . X , X A Z Appomtecl at Large. ki. P f ff, E 0' Address on Graduation Leave: San Rafael, Cal. "K11ocle'ozzt," "Buss," "The Fllgflfl-Jig Usher." M S if 76 N- -' Cleansleeve, Sharpsliooter, Cullum Hall Team C4, 31, Runt- -y' N AQ . Flauker, A.B. 1 5 ,1 2 X1 at . 'ff . - ' -X Emi 4 APPY and care free are words lnadequate to ex- 5 'M G If ffm ' 'B ' 4 press the attitude of Knock-out towards the world. i an-f' JJX b an 4' He ever wears an air of debonair nonchalance, Mftfgf ge J I ,X of even when regarding a five and ten opposite Brown, G. S55 I N if B 21 L. on the skin list, or when cheerfully denying all knowl- ii lb rr H W v edge of his subject ln the section room. An ardent devotee I ,,'9 it-ll? If-is of pugilism, it is by his powers in this line that he has won 5: 'QQ 3 the name of Knock-out. He is one of the goats who, .sim vl'Q"k4. after a thrilling game on Thanksgiving Day, sent the x'-' - X. Engineer warriors home to cry for lost tenths. His ex- if ,,!,,E,. perience was gained on the Cullum Hall squad. He had axdfn' , ' 1 1 HI ' h-I f I h d If I ' il 1-ifiisiy .s.?bf.f.'.j-J. E12 , HM .-,A a V10 ent ove a air w ie on ur oug , an or a most ggi 1 'X "A if E ll l ' k l B ' 11 b d ifzlflli 'll 5 Q5 tgfy.- N ,rj a year was a most ove sic morta . ut it a uste up ,1,N,,,JJ,,.,,,. . fy s-:Iv 1 , Q . . . ' -:,5,f"1'.N 1.4 1 in first class camp and now, believmg the female of the li Q" X -- Q - - ,. ,,1-Alf' B iv, ., 5 is species more deadly than the male he intends to keep N V SSI1' an Infantry hacheloris hall with Fechet. It is Z' 5-. Lili: b uggjc -. ,l ' if :'i?1'Yfv'.f wfftfii iff' . . 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"Q f 1 .R ,,,,, sw yzs. will l Q Aff' WW freivfafw-1 gl. feng: , l PLS ,rw S iabafkiezflr - -lla ,--.vm l Tow 95 ..531'1'-X www, 5 gg asf fire:-m..,aiSf?:gfr' Q5.Qg1?IM?, 1 ' Y: 1 S--.M NA ' R444 'IH?Zr' X1 FLW X 4-'X oz' S35-:wa XQQJ,-D wr NX :N :-mwiiaf ' Ear we Q V77 - 1 f we 1 ff. ,aio F Qin as V1 lf 'mt I---1 .N f 1 +01 ' L' - R a. , U 1 4la XX :SXQ Lf , f' ' 1 A S QQQ gi- Q ff V' - ' '23 .- 1 w 'L ,ff a 3' XX f 6' H ff . M ,--Q A V 2 -V934 '- ' ' -- 'zrffw 'O fi 1- 1 ,f , : 1 N 1 2 ' , Q .fw wfflf . .. . 2 , ,f ,SS af' 2 xl 1 x ff f ' ,Q Appointed from Eleventh District of Massachusetts. W 1 a s tee-Q4 WS ' Address on Graduatron Leave: Boston, Mass, , ll 'rib f ' 5 ,R x , - , 1. JJ., ,Q , . .1 1 N 1 1 if 4 f 1 'J 'gsg ' Cleansleeve, 1911 Track Team C4, 3, 21, Class Numerals 1911. N'9,2 fl E 1, A , ,-A , ' grill! F A L ,Q U ,My AD it not been for fate and a rotractecl illness lu pe' 5 " ,,llx1f' j:, I I p '5l.i,'f!,P'vf,, V111 in i A 2 Chrls would not be ln our book, for he came to '-r 0 'W C' . , 5 G Fl L " 9 ll 29 44 us from l9l l. For thls reason. we dont know gg 591 09 V ' mit" . . ,A L, ...fe -MV' ' ' X331 as much abouthxm as we mlght. We clo remember as --ig ,J iffy' f , .4172 ' 'I ' 1,l"x',m'Ey' f f, 0 , lebes that he was omtecl out to us as the man who hacl f.'f+fL9?i 1 "L',. v 'fl iQ: p P :rl-vl7:i 'vi tif A trisected an angle and had macle simple the fourth climen- sion and we know he always played a big part on the ' r' ff, ,, ,2 - - ,lx V ,741 If track team of lns former class. We know, too, that he 1S S1 f 1,2 h, fi . . . Twig. y qg?'gW.' ff ' Q1 1 a lover of nature ancl sunshme and 1f a man llkCS those il N things he ls a pretty good man to tie to. We clonlt even 'PX 4 if 1: , , l Q' . 'ci QQ aff? .V ,,-X514 Tv ., know what branch he favors but we know he rs up where r- 1:4191-1-P ' 'L' - X xsu li, - we ,NWN , xgO.vxSEgZg1g. he can get whatever he wants. lg me Q R Q fr 3. mu' no " 121. ' will 2-1 Hz a . . , N-r:.-sf:::resf '- ,- Y - -:Safe f"'1 ,AQfa:155111533-?:11,Qi' Y avte 1 'Z:t:.':vr-lfwillm 'X' ,XZ NX 5- 'Qs f" rf!-'."2': 1?-'f All 3 "HA lm"-'. "1 '35'l'557:.'Q'-l'rL':-ff'-ITT: E ilu? : 1: -Ffiyyg ,sw g ,fa 3:51. !,,l,5,5:Ti,,,Vyl:Q ,HI-l:f1Ex.,v X asa, ggfxgiwfjzl 'I 1' ill QR Jyllgmfjg 17 ' fl ' w 1, lm: V 60 '76 X WE - - , sm" ' . rr . .,,,-Q, .NA I 1 , N 1,--qff' AW, W- L , s . fret -3 or E . or at r , fl . . E rf? 9 :gg fgxfrfbfr,-'rrrfr -gy, I V . 2 ,,rr:L,g.f9m,1,f 1, :mm . . -1 ,M rug ,L fr r vi ,7 -e fl ix- ,NQr .far-9. I'n'f'i5,, wr' r r we gg- filly? EW . " l ivy-'lf xl' r t - ik' 5 . 2' . . YL. .. e rr ' ' .3 r rr . AT 4 i N. ' D, l s J , 4, :"'Z . 4' x X, f ' ' ' 'llr - i f KR . 1 ' if-XM? ,BD ' xx XL " UK" I 7 ' I JI 5 E v, X ye w M g 5. V. 9 -- 3,1 " W' ""4. Y fff fr-1:4 - lrtfw lw . - l , W ' . , ' N . W l ,Q 5 of , ' X , 9 J . I-VY , - . yt.-.,f. '-' ' , "' M29 rf"-' ' 235 ' 535,-A ,f ' 1 fa' of ZJQ'-x ' 1 Wir r g r, V 93 STEPHEN J. CHAMBERLIN Appointed from Second District of Kansas. Address on Grjaduation Leave: Spring Hill, Kan. N XY' if lr "Ba1'dolplz," "Nervy," "Clramby." Cleansleeve, Sharpslrooter, Basketball Squad 433, Baseball Squad C2j. - ITH Annapolis and West Point to choosenfrorrr, wt f , ltl'SQlflF W? K t in if 5 if X' ,A"'-X ' I .A gr f - rr 1 fr. . ' r,,5.4,5P" -argl lfwggi . - .Mi ' Nervy pondered deeplyg rt was a case of the- lb , - . . . ?iiZ.id:rfr'5TfM ,.,-r'.3,rr2fef, ,g if A devrl and the deep blue sea, and frnally he de- 1fifq'45e4Lh,4-ef' , 11712 c- ,j7 rf:-r rr rar 4 Q . . . . . 49 Q .970 Q Q- '-. 4- . Q-: A, erded to be a devrl, and came to West Pornt.. Judgrng Hel - ffl! ,f ,-QW :Ziff . . . . . ' ' ":"rQ'x5 ,l.f.ljw,f'rA!rf' ' N2 from hrs smrlrng face and gay, lrght-hearted actrons, he L?:.L'55f3f4Q,j,f'f,!,g35.,Q.G7l rip 1 415531. . . . . . 'ill' lain "1,2.2f1z:rf' has never regretted hrs decrsrorr. Wrth a most superror lil jisgjl ' Y .' - - - - - . - r ' 5 A 5,15 .'..Qt.Q.,-4 1 I' arr he prtres the hopords and the spoonords and spends hrs K? f Weir-? an . . . . . . 4 -qf.-1f,,-- kj' 'f?.gQQ.f lersure trme wrth hrs skags, magazrnes, and brrdge. Once af?-',,j.-,S 1 -'Te vprgi ",, JEi'Qi1'- . . .- get -e" if he decrded to go to a hop but for once hrs nerve left hrm, 575 112' 1, ,. 'Wi' , " "W - - - 1 Aljy, ,112 gl, li and never srnce has such a thrng entered hrs head. He lf, if Z-H H - fr jlilf rl A. ,-'39 Wants to he a real soldrer, seoffs at the "Coast," and , R iflfjf, Q . . . . . mia, r puts hrs farth rn the dough boys, where, accordrng to hrs " ., 5:3125 - - - - . ' gr?1'f'5":5-lf' fEQi3.j3,.J rdeas, real soldrerrng rs found. lg be Ri Se Ur, fp5,e,g,Lffqe , f23ff,ffqI3,i:rwLi1D.f..Xl re:-gil? .ggfflfgxf "l' ' 'r ---f N155--Tlizgxe... -1'-.H K'7-I-fffl' . mf- 5151? farm, "rig '1 irc- ff., '-Qlixgl f1"Q13',f-X ,J M ,ff--X ,,"x, 5'--ff" 1: . ' ' 'H'-----...':3--As.: s--- fs:-:W OM- I-. ' A2 L-if !,,.- . --'-me-5 1:1-:.-fs" .- -' 2, ve--' X R ga- rf-I. M - e -V -'ef Gilirlxgfj-E.i:,ZfZr2'-Q' rf-F31 "-gT.ir'5,Qrf-3 .S A Y ' A' '...'ffh .1"ff:e3.'-fy, fnrfiflr X-.J 5P'-11 9. Vg X. Y 515' . . ' 7-9, ,ill ' ' E4-511355: 'l.f2'Qyif5y?5:g2ll Q ' V ?E'N"f,fl 'lg Eng-J hm LNKIGXV 1- "',A -, , Qirliifflgfm xi? libs 4 ' A' 'Ere 5 rare 1 :sf-T14 1 Flair ,ff1'f:y sian' leaf? 5. feffgff : r ifwerl-3 53EZr?ffY'f5fEEl1El'f1l5f'-ill? v-lf f . x liff' 5ff2'f3f5.5f?7'53'?'iii'-Z wlrzraifas-f.1rri4r.'1"wl 22" ,frriwizifrifrlf:v'rf217feffrf,fs,-dzrfzf-3.'aar-set' mf PM 9 f -N l 1- ,za 'TWT X" "W will! QIVWZ " 'xv' A E I4 - ' 2' ' gg I P1 1 4 a was S X Ii fa' NW fl ' :J-'fl M4 :ss S Nt ' ' mi? 1 La' ,-,, ., j 11101 4 a Q gi ? 75 416' 1 bg? ' S ggi ' ' "U: W' A 2 ' ..,. - -. " i ' - X 2 - 4... 5 5 gsm' ' 'Q 5 a mi " 't-551 1 45 t - if 'tirijnnigi GIIIIIDQY' V 1 s. A ' 31. 'IW' - , 5' E 5 L is WW' 3 '- ' - 3 " e ' emit r a l , A ., . fa: ik Q 5 ' ! fi P l , is 5 4 V, ' ' ff 'V ' . WT" '. ' ,. sf .. is ' Ki, +1 ' ,J 2 were X 1 ,L g iw 4. " ns 5' N 41 pgfwig' XS be lg, .sa 1 : dk Ai? -:Q A ' 4- 7 f XY 33312 335 wx f l - as fi.. . - ,, . X seein l 1 5 X QQ! N , lik 1' , ' , N S' W 'G l L l . 5, GEORGE MCCLELLAN CHASE Appointed from Tenth District of Illinois, Address on Graduation Leave: Governor's Island, N. Y. "George" ill fl ill ' ,W sg?- if X 61 X'-J A l Q wx 9-5. ,it , RC, , Corporal, Acting Sergeant, Lieutenant, lliarksrnan "Af, Sharp- "ills-3'fK 'X"l'F"2i - , shooter Expert Pistol Shotg Monogram Broadsword, Howitzer iliityxxgglixfpsm 'J' ' t j ., gf , - Board. Horse Show, Lacrosse Squad C4, SD.. tif , ,, 3' .' 5 P71 I.l..::e li ' 1 ix.-5,4 f A HASE is a man of no small force of character and N , ." -f. . . 1'x,'ffs':.X eq 1,-" gfs I ' usually accomplishes those ends on which he sets fic Lil? ,f Z2 his bold black eyes. So We find him successful in iv 17 Sf' ll 49 N Y jf , . . . ,- ,,x -1---'-' W ,W -ef., many affairs of State, but, after a wild encounter with gigs. 7. ff ,- 'U 'is' - ---' 'TL:fi", "7 'xl "..l5 2?,j'-ffffm Xl handsome Dan .as to the mathematical Jurisdiction of iMf'fTfF','pifgt :IT Pappus, he gaye up .the quest- of being a star man and 'Kwan Y has since remained in the middle levels of the class. "-f x ,. , , - - N. 1 ,QT . X f 'E- Chase IS one of the few broadsword men ln the class, and, .Q . unique in another branch, he is one of the two pistol ex- fr 'lffyirlfif-LEQ. 1 perts that l9l2 boasts.-By the Way, We are the first 9gi'9qQQQgQfi5 , .l--,x:Jl,- ,- , ' . . . .V -- fer L-Ejfzxqpyf - ' class to produce any of this species of shootoid.-ln cledl- ig catlng himself to the cavalry, Chasey has chosen well and Tj-Zq. WT? " 'ff' 'N 'P we redict for him a brilliant future as a soldier and ' 'BV' ""'7"' 'il-."i , P ll' horseman I' lg V P V P tg Ig tg M'-il? Q '," ,,,,,,,si+ " Vg, ,rbw lil f:7xf:pfrTs'Qg'1W tze-sr:-li., N1 "T f- .welll ' "'- so-i C5 t ,Q-.. ,,,-llF 'v'F1, , M f 34 ,4' 4:4 F355 ly iffiff!-xi,rli33g:i?fg1j5EiYgEEg1-"D77 -F QQQFQ-l"igilQb-',1L,.'5sQ-5'-f.iQf2fSf'EQ t?+:f5g?i7?llf1:251r1- 59 E 1 Gia Eiilil' Q X , Li so as Tri! -, 'Eli illsglifzgizf-:mei A ff --f'.1"f'U'f' ' 1- ' er ,-.' ririipieil we ' ':"--1'f X L Hevfiagw'far-.wi-:1f'r: f':Ziff!s5llig22la:23u'l -f, 'fffl7To 1 ilu, p:JZ1ai1l'wNig?2f W4 ,ss P 5 Ai 1 anim 2 es? ' ' X, 1' mil. ll 5i'fT:-,-,j.,N Q'-5122R,'gf,w.s5i,,-Qjf ,f,,19if"'v ft: 35,2 1' X1Q:r",5l gi me 62 iw-' V ' ' 4' ' ' A I ,:M,,,,, W Wag, same may ,X .' , .Qt X yum fxgm nu D wifi " ng E 'Sir' A' e Ms J Ks : E E A 2 - S 52 ,L 5 ' S 1 " 5 - iilfg E i . Q 2 91 55- E ' " lmhr 'Q F' li' i, . 9 M li S 17" v' ' . illllllg w tf f l ls i 4 1 , Q52 -,f f -135: A 2 ral . -1 3 5 ' i i ? n s -'14, 2 V X V ,jllllgp .al rs. A 4,33 mmm, 432,34 X, N X HW " ' Q giiw? ' sexi - h " . ,ff xx ' X M x .. ' A A 'I Vg 5 3 .5 - Y, x '- Ns: , x I. r, 1 at is l 'l"':"'51 X 4,4 1 X 5 Q J xg-1, :A A J, f Q 7 45:4 j- if Z , ' HK Lf ' , QS ' . J- -'ff' emi '2 ' 4, 4312 - . 1 -"'?I5 5ii5i3i? . 'i ' Q M , BRADFORD GRETHEN CHYNOWETH W ' X Appointed from Senatorial Wfisconsin. 1' 0 - Address on Graduation Leave: Fort Leavenworth, Kan. I , JNIBW- 17 "C11e'n." ' LN? C- !f Corporal, First Sergeant, Acting Sergeant, Star 15, 4, 35, Expert ' , ' 'f RiHeman, Business Manager of Hoxvitzer, Plebe Detail, B.A. f - r . ,, X Q W 5 ON Chynoweth hath a lean and hungry look as' 4""L 1 I '.X igi s 95 of. old. Lean and lank and cavernous, thafs he. 322 t . ah- -bf 'A ' W ' h 1 h dd A cl ' 1-W ' ' ' 1 e mig t a so aye a e ravenous 'an' . not- M 52 :fl v stretched the truth, for he is noted for that quality in the s mn.. ,rn , frog-Q to mess h-all and out on the post, we hear. He is an investi- 0 4' A453 -gator of wireless telegraphy, how she is carried' in auto- if ll gf 0 gg? mobiles, and an authority on diverse other subjects. He 1 X has Written two renowned books, "The Use and Abuse Q' 5 f of the lVlailsH and "When and I-low to Turn Out the tary" 'EL Guard." I-lad he not fallen in with MacDonald and if LtLf4"fr .K Qt - - f h . . . . bjiq '-,K ,.,: 5 U 5 ' spent most of his time keeping Mac bonmg and off the 1? - - - -1 tx'-' ' W ' area, no doubt he would have done more. As it is he 5J'gx,gSf.-M A22-J-'rj-'W - 9 ' . . . 5-,-. ,'--4 vim: 3 Q3 'al has made a rep. as a Wise one, a mixer, who still keeps 54 r' 5 E 44 as , . . . . silrllflg, ,rv ,221 to his convictions, with a smile and a laugh for a dull w ,E 45- Q day, and with a helping hand for anybody who is trying i J' f" , to climb. lncidentally fjust casually you knowj, he ,V 'L ' - . 4 '-if !,l 'Wifi'-. its-. RSS m Q wears an expert rifle badge. It It It it It 'fi xx ip 9 i l -sl 7, "E - W i . 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'P -:a:a:z:z:s2:1gg1g.,.... if X., ' ' --.:1rE'Eizi"'1t1.,1:23514 fx: e ' ., .-,.::f:'?:rEz- swqfgg1:31:1:2:5:315:,:3 I " - 1 ' 111-212:11E9g-1p1-1:gggg2SiSE:2--- .V an-1'-fjQ,,,.,w "-1--:13:g,1-515:31-.Ulm N - . 25 "" f t """ Q . ,,.- " ' '"ft1f112i1E2E55.iiii:-215.12 lx " A I l 3 V. Q .1 ldizlzziilrv :,,: ?::. rq:13g 1.-,T V. Qll. - ..:1:.g 52:: ,, v git ' Q- . '-,. i . If Hn . 735 ' lf' "" ,-- K .1 " f f. ' -" 5235 AE X s J 'T "" Q ""' .,Q w fli1E F "ff e T fa ..v.g li ,f '. 9, 'Q . ' : fl n . ' GILBERT RICHARD COOK J . ,, J Appointed from First District of Arkansas. . Address on Graduation Leave: 519 Twelfth Street, Texarkana, Ark. Q "Doctor," K 1 ,Q g Nj Acting Sergeant, "A" in Football C2, ll, and Baseball C3, 2, ll, Lo Q X .Zi Football Team Q3, 2, lj, Runt-Flanker Game, Indoor Meet C4, 3, lxg ,, " 5 -X - 2, lj, Outdoor Meet C4, 2, lj, A.B. ' . ! to ' , 6 .sf .' . '-sf! J - I nn as . . t X 3.5001 - tx A EFORE. coming to West Point Doc. enjoyed him- 4g ,G',f7fl .nl " 'U . . wx' -,v, will . so In 'X' Tj self roaming about the country, but finally decided 'gs 7 ' '- iq G 9' ., ff, N Q 15. . . . ' I -a f' K 1 9 ll 2, ' that the army held something in store for him. I-le li 9 EJ 49 -j ! 1.-, is not the Doctor Cook of North Pole fame' and' in his we travels never came across his famous namesake. Doc. - - 1 is a happy-go-lucky fellow, always in for a good time: . ,W K' ' but when be decides. to do a thing he puts his heart and fs1jQ,f9"""'"W-f,p'f,' - fi" 1' ' ' - A H d 414551 2 g 5 We-55 ,, soul into it, and gets down to business. s an a aroun sei. . K V, A athlete he has had few equals here and has always ' if:-',f,"f. ' lr' - - - ' ,XV .4 ffl-',',Js:44A' E worked earnestly to give l9l2 the name it bears in ath- S letics. Doc. isnit much of a spoonoid nor is he numbered Q' with the Com's own, but when it comes to the question KX? gk - v-LJLI 'ffm' - 4 512- -milf!-N-' ,r , of being a man and a good fighter, then we take off our mpg,-a Lf' or l ,-"I, . . -',"f,',' ,V "' .bffvi 5215314 A hats to Sir Gilbert. U: it R, St I! E I! 29Qlf""ff'f'.1fWW " -get Lib' M' N-140315.-IB' I-9 xx ,fi " " f ?:3:Q:,?,l'l H V Q V Q l 4' rp. 4- K fftffl,,,,,X- ' exe., sfj .4 V -i 1 X ' v I ,f gg. ,-.,'f15?,:"iEhl ,iq . , 'l "2--N ll il H, , ,.L.,-. 'M N vi? fill ls. ' 7 'ibffxr !:M-'rmig 'fff'f5f1flliT'::'Te-e Q' 1- '- ,LL Sri nj E5 . H gfafifllfiiltllilirge- fr., 'fllibkil X 5-l 1 4 V-f Egrcf- New .77 we -s-, , 00 f4:i-::- li. .-ll' ...---"fpfl',.!',l A 'X--in - .- 1,1 ,, A jfyz. f.-'.,'s:5-.tkrriw--gg. -- . 1,-Ugg, 0 ' - '-will 14: - ' X' -::.'f'.!fffl lE'i3lll"l Mill, 1 " ' "C F- f ---"f,c2'44ifxsr:1i-'fe-' 7 nn XJR in -fi'l'l"l-'ll lll'-ll -ex - Q:gf.iil,WF!,ZhmEim,G E, 1 its g- jgxyytx 95 ,.j4fg4I-35iV ?:E5' QQ lc, R it.. .ilk I: qui 53' T '- 1 .fy , .Rm t - ff 1. .. . , . X .. Q l- ll 5 PWM all Swans egg ,' .Fizz .ffzwf 's .tl V V1.:'i.:f.l:+f 5" H , 4 lumlhil 51' ill '1' "" J ' 'J 'N 'AVR lt 'Y llttlnws-Q' ll " 1' lb 64 4 Q ff f , ,rrfs I ' X" ' W 'T W ' "1 - 'f nfs 4 's i f M 4 A N .-at gum: 4 J 1 ll . lgs fxl E 9- 4 'V 3 414 ' avg '. .g. " g ,. 5 0 1 it alilllr. 5 F' N 'WW ft ' "Ami" innnit 'I' at Str' 7 is P 'wwf ag 5 1 " r Q' x . 5 ! E X "' :r ' 7 ' 5 ' 5 1 t ! . . ,I 1 , t ' . if I1 5 ,' If Bn Ildiflg ' r "I ' i vwmta .122 l lil? Y " , "" ff' 1 Q, 7 j y X , f f i M If 5 , gf 'lk ' ' ' . . J.,fs'q Sy V- . . , Xxx .4 I magic, 4 is f "2 . ' W 4155515 N t .N W f .f , Q1 ,-'n.g-..- 453 .1 A6 ..w,9:g7 we X X A as . Q- .ir 5 V- A., 1 ' 2-Wiirg-jff a . qn . a5ti5S'i4a fi 'X 1.2 .12 ' l 'ii 3 " i ff, A-,3 , arf? t it , - ' x X w , 'xfn , l . E RAYMOND VINCENT CRAMER X, lf' Appointed from Second District of Connecticut. lxlxh i lid,-'lffg ' D , Address on Graduation Leave: Portland, Conn. 'Y f- 1 'V 4 ,.v! 2 "General," "Pepin," "Mofl1e1'." S n Jim? qw Corporal, Sergeant, Acting Sergeant. A.B., ILA.. - ' . N f l , i - . gl?-, -,Li I 'S as . 0 RAMER IS the defender of all the ancient rights swf Q -s X' fi d ' '1 f th fi t A ii i W Ha dh U A an privieges o e ea e s.. ny encroac men -Awyjgxxi 3,,Al,Q5.Ag.j X 'g on these rights rouses his Puritan blood against the ewmah wi,r Q'. injustice and he protests at the next town meeting., at- No I0 ,Qi tended by Nickerson, Thomas, Bennion and others. He C736 Z .1 l, 2 AA has a very tender regard for Nickerson, many times when Lgl-M, the latter has sustained injuries in the riding hall Cramer has dismounted near him to pat him on the back and com- If fort the sore places with kind words. l-le very rarely ' titty-J' .1 'pity studies and yet manages to stand well up in the class, in 9f4Ls'J4'V',j!-" , .fl fact, when he was a plebe he constantly read his podunk, gfqgfyf--,,,' The Penny Press, all evening and then got up in the - morning at 5. A. lVl. to finish the advertisements before ,. .g,i,1Y' ' , 'A - . . -1 ' ' fir-.."-'try iq the next copy came. I-le has well defined principles, to E which he firmly adheres. He is true to his friends, and gf. Cx his money and booclle have always been theirs. 1 He was gif' ' " a corpril wanst. Rejuced afterwards, but a corpril wanstfi' " fpjilff ' Rs, . f,4ffjiQ1g4'esfftR4Q. vf:TSi,xl Sag, ' 12 g--za-P+iLL1 'ssh ' .. ' .. , ,. , '?,Q'i". ti, , A f . if V 4 L.. c-tif' 'LK' ,iv-'ill gif: X? -'lzfgiiiis-TI:-. !5,- Q7F'a'fi4WQ Q z i 1 ' A P A 21 , , ,417'1-1-ssfiafaise 2- 'H ' A it 5121512 a31:iEHq:,i2iiwf11ai?f 'lit . l 65 5" 1 un 'te ww N i D D Q e wwzv fgtigfgwfw ww' 0 -. , -' N , 1 6 g f- 'wil "kv s in Z? E g A fi snuff ?- 'gi g 1 4' S Q Q al ' Fis h A 'NH . We E Vs 2 i 2 S -1 , f - A si s 3 5 'mn 5 - ' ,, .. i 1, ng -Q- f a . in W ' ff'-,,,-..Y ' i. '+'f11" 5 r.",'.l'.!l'1"' f' 'W i 'l m "' M , , A -F.. ju st Iii if 1 VF F' g . n 5 ffxjzg-pf , , 'H s , . I , 4 3 J., ., l h - , I 5 fa rg ' s .. 1 , 1 ,,,., i f-, - . LN zbl - -Q I ' X xx CX . Dx f . 32 A - N tl 1 W ,-rw, . X45 rg! ,fs it 'M 'sf x l ff P- as 41- , .J . 4' ' 1, X. :y i .!4. . -3 , l Y 'VL f .V g - a as 'wa W X6 Z -lf, T 'Ig 5152- , ' ' X . A Q. w e 2 5 r - 'ig jf Fl 'wp W ' DAVID MCLEAN CRAWFORD W 1... QyQ'y ww. ' Vista "I uilfllav ii na gun in I s mu., o .L .gi 15' M' '5S, - 4 firif 12 Qs E 'e " 1 Q gi-"X ' .4 1 , Appointed from Seventeenth District of Pennsylvania. Address on Graduation Leave: Mifiiintown, Pa. "Crow," "D.M.," "P.D." C Sergeant, Acting Sergeant, Sharpshooter, Baseball Squad 5, , 3 . P. D. through and through, Dave has plugged along with true Dutch perseverance until he Winds up near the head of the class, not to men- tion having grabbed two pairs of chevrons in passing. l-le has a most taking way with the ladies and there is some- thing in his stylish manner that makes the femmes sort of wish that they Wore the army blue. One of them dubbed him Angel Face and the name has stuck, being an appro- priate one. Dave has a happy Way and a keen sense of humor that never fails to give some one a happier view of life if not another then at least himself. 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' ' "Red," "CaPfai11 Jack." i:'1e 1' 6 jg! gin' Q6 ll so .rat Q- " Star C4, 3, 2, lj, Manager of Hockey Team, Indoor Meet C2J, Outdoor Meet fl, 3, 2, lj, Cullum Hall Squad, Class Numerals Football, Plebe Detail. . - OR a year or so, Rediwas neglected by the T.. D., but after furlough he came into his own as a sergeant and now helps to herd "DH Co. to Grant Hall three times a day. A star man, he has gained his laurels by- gray matter rather than by weeping and wailing for tenths. gf .fassgf ? fl f if 2 H 1 rx X 917.6992 s Our success in track work has been due largely to his STG Q UQ C a . . . . , il O I , . steady and consistent efforts, contributing not only by his , , ,h-if F I 'i g' own ability but also by working up the interests of others. X , - - - 'T --R -11 sri ff - , I-le was captain of the Cullum Hall team in his second 5 " class year and led the team through a brilliant season. g S , X " His ofhce hours in the gymnasium are from 3 to 6, where ,ir-"5 sgfgg, e he devotes himself to his favorite profession, boxing. ff ' From his bright hair and complexion, one would never gQQR2f'gtQx'1 Ei 1 I ' . . . . . N' RQ-Of ll'.74,5' . -K5 Kfgiu,-QQ 9?-A guess that there is a dark side to his character-but there e '- ,Z 1 VE,-"gl is. Red is an uncanny somnambulist. All his midnight H6 3 Q N , travelsare not chronicled, but no inhabitant of thetenth .Q . if div. will ever forget his weird performance with Knoclcr .- - - u - vs X - -'f,f - ' 01? 5' gsg ' out Brown as an unwilling partner. Lights out. E A ,.fff2,,,,i sae , ii "SN ' if ' JR' . 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Q'1-' , . , -. .Q fit ' l -'amp :sw :- r l r. 13 .4, Fr i Q- . , 2 v ff- 5 4 94 . ff . .4 I e. lb A if-, -l 95f "' 1 t 1 Q? , f . l , : r. lm 1 , '- T .1b'e r . t '- x . . . . -.-J 1 'str . -21235 . x , Q J .X , X Z u if -. 4 X I ,ff ' 3, lfi gxr l . , ' it at . gf X 71 , -fi A s .gr',1pq,.: A 4 . - , lg? wr 53. .g f ,Q .X ,, , . V, ' , .-gfffs,.f- ., , if .. , . 1 ' I V ' ' p 'xy 5 l 3. 4 ' W A l as -3? , l x' . l FFR 'Nfl nfl WILLIAM DEAN O ll 1 f , 5 Appointed from Fifth District -of Iowa. fvllxllt l lx lljl lx Addrejslon Gratgialtton Leayez Tipton, Iowa. l, -,l,fifj' Q M - f' if M," " . " f ' "B'11." ga xuaw .11-,gg s.. Corporal, First gergeantll Captain,agliarpsliobter, "A" in Foot- SAN X v an - ' 0.10 , ball C4, 3, 2, 15, Baseball Squad 14, 35, Indoor Meet C4, 3, 25, - 1" . . X -'Te 5' X K9 x Q37 1 fe' Outdoor Meet 14, 33, Class Numerals, Theatre Committee, Choir W HJSX1 'P x R s .ff .f 14, 3, 2, lj, Reception Committee, 1915, Hundredth Night C4, 3, 2, lj. KN , , . . ' L N 5 1 at Q , . ll..l.. is the man who made the only touchdown we ever Q fl lrlf 5h A Qi saw made against the Navy. It is a habit he has and M' + A V , u V . . . . . . A ,f m X ' Z LX' he gratified lt'tl'1lS year against Old Eli. lncidentally 15,3 ' L' ,M ei he is the only man in the class who has won four football hs , as '- wi' 1 A's l-le is the man who wields the Big Stick around West f'-fuiflflfllix 'f'f'lf9M9l'l con . A D157 .' . 3, :ii Libr 22 Point and marches the Battalion fuparallel to the crack. If Q if X3 35771, if l"le holds the marathon on B. S. and the blue ribbon on df? X Qef.-Q - . . . 4431 -2' ' 23 li2if,5,1f.f,.' 'QQ bluff. The major was appointed chief of the plebe detall f 3 ,', 1 . -2 ,11-I - A x fir: , --' qty J and the plebes will never forget the way he handled thlngs while he was ln power. His striking features together with FSE' ,,jg.?'il'f,l,,, .,.5 s the notoriety he has stirred up, have made him a great favo- rite among all females. One young lady from Pratt lnstitute telegraphed back to the Major, after her first visit here, ..... wg' tx'-N' A51 A lic? 1 fx TW "The girls are all just crazy to meet you. ltold them what a peach you weref, You will have to go a long way before you find a better friend than Major Deang but- ltf Ax.. f E gf. it N , , , , is C sv A.: t. When l am on duty, the rest of them have got to be on ,,,,,!A-V A K ,SJR duty, thats all, se. re. we at sa at as ve. it V- -,Av,f 33,31 ,,, , J f ,,.sLKiLIQ,A,g,1K ,., a fm 1,f . ..:f, Y tiff-21f545ze2:?'ififall" ff PF "es T 1 'L te? . iirfri-ff?'XiE1iZf'A7f9 "3 ssl' ff? --4L53??Zfll55ialiilll X fb?-1 "L el 'ifypiirgii-?:??f?i5fE''wi .Q f l' 6?-Lili sfiiifilvlffiiiliillllll-ltA A 'CD R7 .HE ' may f 'f' llll , ll" LJ Nl" Tilt 'lllit 68 . pxllllllclbqgv-1, A willf W y ,, . H i -ii mi, RQ i f N tm +A! l i1 4 ' A 334 TI E " iv 3 -1 pf- f X an 1 fa . f -v-. Q- 4 3-y . is-- E me til ' , ag" H l 3X 4" i -nm. -- ' - if i if e ' :fi ' ? -illlllntf y r .V W7 i - f 1, X. t, F 3:-"'.1'-4 uf? ' .. 'IIIIBV '-Y.. ,i QI- -gr 5' Z "ca if'-sn: gm' , t i -, gf 1 j i, Q xt 4 I .4 fifllllllii l , l 4 X, QNWIIIIW' fb' s I g .wmv , a n fx ' i G ' tu? ,i st ce- Q - 'v- ' i . 4. fl'ff"'ixi?f ll' l, . ws f x S! , -' . " 1' . it 7 ,f N f 5 0 I . - fx X ,A . .4 ff' ,. Y g ff" is fee ' ' f fe'+'M5-ff1f"?a4Pa " V '- Y f ' ' "X !,-f"-luE,' - dh I-,A l BENJAMIN F DE ' ffl X' 3 X .x ff - I-AMATER, Jn. 1 .' ' A - x l 1' lp Appointed from Tenth Dist" t f T AV ixxltklv , ll I ' Address on Graduation Leave 7 I lgolgwelfxzsexas. C "Del," "Ben" 6 ' leansleeve, Sharpslaooter, A113 . , ff! i ' CQP - ff ' Wai 'Qs W 15: KINNE ' H XC 'Ji l lgl .-mfg Sewer I OID agailn -a deep drawn sigh-"Well, if' Nfl, ' - o ' , Jwfdsohf. ' .cfm M H 3. with get t e- chance: you can bet Ill even up 3I:m.iJjQg21 it ,ohh-An is k compound mterest. Thus cloes Ben make- 53 .ss D if B 6132 nown the fact that he has been to inspection HA . v 2 ' ,, . - in :slit wtf 4559 1 ga 7 thetgovirnment, 1n no respects is Ben an ardent sip- :gm 1? 0 ES? 5 por et o the T. D. but, Wlth his loves, his hates, his-dig- - 1 -.J " 21Pp01ntments, Delamater is a f ' d 7555? hifi" ,.'-"i.5f.i5E? A I ll '17 ' and one in h Hen for ally man to value 9' 9-www ' The h - iv Om an absolute dependence may be Placed , S ha eio o many an exarn. ancl a turnback at that, he 5 72, 'PP S managed to keep the acaclemi . ' 59' ':-fx' 1 N tl,y3. 5 , '- , and C Wolf from h15 door.. ,., eqqlg- e-15.32 X420 ' 9 1: A We are Surely glad that he will be here at the finish 5 E3 3 -29 ling-4 Q Texan and, l1ke all Texans proud of the lone sta- i . , w , ' ' - ' r '- Q e.:1,:-,ME1,, 5 ati: if yor gtflsh E0 take the brake off his tongue you. '4EZ5X,'7y L, gA 0 as im a out this or th ' . Q- E5 ',,Q5lg"'v,N,,f4:FX1i :NF 'N .f:ZiWlii'PN " ,, . ' at In Texas, and ,1f he fif 'F-ff7if"' sayS Oncet clown home 11: will pay you to listen. 2, wifi Q, --1 "wild W ' Q f , 23527 .5 fy- xffflll T Z ' 5' Z , 'i :E Q mi 1 f'ffif5i1"!2W t l fglfff' ' will QZXOZTQN ' E7 'YL 1 fl ' V. - - 'r' f'f!:"'5' J? .'.. "i' ifn ri''gms:':1'.'w?fURW-'11fff:?ie ll Vkl.44?'iun,1n W' 1 1 'v-- ' lu' jjj!! "ff ,uxgI'vfPvr1-fx' 'e:l's,,,,i gbx '.-" ..g5gQ,l5'jg 'r,f?1,,ll'g:LZ5 'P xg 69 A , J .A X . KV , if lf' v V K 'W ' "rf sou, U4 s 1.- 2 Q , 4 as QQ Ns ' ' if: , -'B , fi nf' ' ' 4 5 ' ' : X '21 E .,,. e F- "fr . If i 4 .4 ffl? n I 1 ,Q 543 LI N N ' 'ff ' 7. as :eff A tam' A m. I ,f - . Q as , . 4 J ., i s -4 f E W S -eg iiiiai-ff 5 s -i , . ae - lis a N E ?1-mi E g 2 if i s 2 " fel s 'Q 'rr ' 1 B-1 X jllnlf' " 1 '73 sw I yi. 1, K E in :gf E ' f ff.: i, i . 4 - E i L. I '41 ' 5 t 5 j 2 - Wil 4 1 4 I . 1 7' Q - U E ' 1 . W - E Q :Yi W -- ' fp' 'xi ' 4 N ,QM SM 555' Slim Piggy 5 s. L 39 iz! it A ' . 1 ' lx ' i :Z K X I . 5 - ' 'I af' X X :i limi? as YE - 'le t 'sf 1 9 ' QA :SQ 'gi '9 A Z f 'f . f -4 f "1 if .ijt .sf .fi S ig , L X ,si-'gf 1 M We ' l M - yt - 4, if L V 5. . ' 1 g , '91 All 2 6 u 4 A , THORNE DEUEL , V Appointed from Twenty-First District of,New York. Address on Graduation Leave: Millbrook N. Y. "Bones," "Iacle." EUEL is a man whom nothing bluffs. His keen- est enjoyment is to ride Eli in a thrilling game of polo and give the ball a fearful swat while the pony is balancing on his hind legs. When Thorne came here he was the Hpetit enfanti' of the Corps but he has lvl Z4 mlb ,W . ' 'Wt i vs gN3r yt ivy i it iillim, W! . I . W. N .a - t :gun P 1 l . .1 -In 1 1, f :if f X! E saffqfif' 5' -1 3 I' B f 2 it ly, f f 431 . 1, f '52 5' 4 I s , f s , . A as s rf, et' A ,Ng J W lg- sf ts? M, J .. 1'- . 4 -, 2 N I' I . lf! l 1 N x 1 f l 1 'xy H 4, .4 kxv A N, , 1 1 rg 4 4 2 1 i JA, ' XX 1 L ff, .i it 1' 1 I X v Q n 1 C 5 . Q, :s"7f3 lei: . . . .Q . , A 9 22 grown two inches and now travels well up ln the middle f 179 it N gf , --1, of "C" company. I-le used to live with Rose, but after .Nl ' ,f .NY-VRS" . 1'::" .5 g-,x vglf' . f ff lu 5321? furlough the Thorne deserted the Rose for a prlnce, and A -Ngbttlyi fi 'uf lived happily ever afterwards. Lately he has become i .v V- '. 'f . . . , . . . I aylgkxig ,af prominent in Millbrook s local society and maybe this is 4151. :E the incentive for his remarkable rise in class standing. K 'i'f'fQfQfQ?XQ ,VQl L- Either that or he wants to be absolutely certain of the -- ' Only Branch, for he has the "Yellow Fever" in as viru- . ggi 1 lent a form as any of the enthusiasts. May he get his .f,'.A?.:Qli 4,.!,j.!f-' eff' ' - - . 1 'fn-1 X1h+'1"'Ti'-.T wish and live as happily as any man may who passes 'fi vvtddsf tl ftk ll ar sr s- ag sg turf '-'- gqgifif. we ve years o a .ing revei e. . s . V - isis? 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'sw v fi. l ll? l l Z ' Qs -2 1 ha A .--in ---- 1 H 5 Hin. .anim l Mg r - 3 , - PII T- -3 f , :llunpqg Y, ia. p 7 4 if cause he doesnit believe in itg he never B-aches a skin ., , ,Ns my -X Q I T , i 4 rx , Q R -A V, Q5 , gi? 'ff 3 3 325 ' ,- -,-.N ,' 1 , " Ai, If ' xx ' fb - f 1 ,. M- fi 'K' i Q W' 3:5123 ' - 99 5 ff isla m rl T' ' X3 5 9 tr 1 ' , X br, , CARL PETERSON DICK N ff IX.-.lff ADDointed from Senatorial Ohio. ' Q.. ,, . Address on Graduation Leave: VVest Market St., Akron, Qhio. Xia: ' "5'lanflzead." - , W im ' Corporal, Company Quartermaster Sergeant, Lieutenant, Sharp- el I - N E I ' shooter, Indoor Meet C4j, Outdoor Meet 139, I-Iop Manager, Z s f ' 1 V I Howitzer Board. ' g f X J tm ..'l' . 4 - lx 1 , Glfxgjpl 'gfz . ARL IS a hard man to know, but, when you pene- "Ql1Q,QQ3, N . . . . . . . . , A If Q VAX trate his dignified exterior and old Presbyterian ' til 1 U of spirit, which believes God helps him who helps him-f jd !',j4f.X N521 S., 7 If "'l YF self, you find a true soldier, a jolly good fellow, and, .?1""f-Wfvx 'tl' 3' .N r ry A 0 1 U . 5 A Q C -' ff iii l QC ,I above all, a man who has a stern sense of right and duty jf O ,7 Q and enough spunk to face any situation. He never pipes -Q1 1 --:X - 'Fl' ' -f -, ,ww ,iy4,l.I,,, because he has not time, and never lights for tenths be- 5-Q mlltlgcr l'rVf4l!',f 'DQ if :ff L W" 'V' x . ffrfziiewztfxii . .f "3-flj-'LA WqT77'bQfr llj because he does not like to deprive the authorities of an 'St' ofa-L34-iigflflff, L5 . . . Y-'79 f M s Q3-'ggi opportunity to hand out demerits. I-le is always ready VQf4',E.f7Sflf5fA4iQ,f2?31L to fight anything that hurts Corps honor and spirit. l-le -A 'F , . - - tags: ,- xg, ,Z liz is the true type of a sportsman-the kind we need-and il 1,43 ti x 'fI:,7'.q.', r - : 4' .f jf he has always helped to make a success of anything the gx class has undertaken. I-le IS determined to wear the yel-- Qiif -Q.Qfj,fET low stripe in spite of the fact that he will be a second lieutenant twenty years from now. og, g gg R jig. fggggyfrfiat. V gzygullilfiai 9133! s vc lf-N fin' ,Qffffa rn '11 ' ' '1 so 4255 - N ,,.. 1. l " "'2:2L:lJifLf-' -,,l.l1L1Li,.:::.113V 1" 'Nz' 'W i ' ..-f5"'L' ' ff-ff'--L-i .,,' :,,--ily.: 1r".c'3' " - "'f ,- 1':'f li' if 7f?5-3'2:4f- aszfrraeliafiaall Xl ' 'Q C-gf? Xieffffff W Gael755Wi?-f.zi'ts:f:31'rw"Esf. e F 1 Weil ta te 5 - ff ta f WJ ' , E' f -f5,,fZfy ' gwlllllflilil:illl2.lCiHllXl ' .' 'Ji 'ff fftgif 5Z'i2E'2l5'5lll r , 93 , I 7l 'L .Z S"""k WW?" ' .swf W' . -4 W 3' : cw fm:-,7 E '1 N 4 " ,Cine 5 ,Q A 9 -4 Aft' u 4 iq' , Q Q X big, gl-I f 7 5 g 1 ix E -wggfvgiig 6 I ' 'css .N 131' . slag? ' ' ami, H, gf-gut 5 r c! 5 L if E f is 1 , Q E at Jr, is 5 I gina g Q 1 at i 1 A A In , C f- ,. r 1 Ein' l -K4 ' -N il N"Zf.- saaasivgfg. Kai? it 5 is N mug - AIIIHD' Q 9 N mis s. 6 - Q, i J .il , x g- 5 - F Q E r A 2 . 5 5 gifs . - 5 A iigfffdti i E. V' H ' ' , l ' , fl v A i E W ' -5? X " X -P' r 'Z f .- . -tlnhhfs , 1 ui ir . ' 'ix 'Q 0 H .ci ' "1 ' V' ' ' ., Hmm., 'llnnf' ga - ,W W A T E . , f-2. V 1 , 1 ' Q4 5 z ' F W4 'Y A A I 'f l it , L , Q N lil' 3 : fgkgfill lf l 2 E an "xx 1 NCR i ..-' X 72. ' l l f -- 1' ' , fu, f f": E 'ff as f ,ft ' e Q' sv i,i,:5fg 1 9565254 Q ,fu 'g W . . i i f is 1 i A . A ,. f' "i ' C CHARLES CHISHOLM DRAKE E E N XXX, Appointed from Senatorial Massachusetts. - ilk f ' .23 Address on Graduation Leave: Commercial Club, Brockton, Mass. .A J' 417 X I "Duck." Y li If Q' l i Corporal, Color Sergeant, Acting First Sergeant, Lieutenant, Z, . if . ' Sharpsliooter, Football CD, Hockey, Runt-Flanker Game, Indoor , if, i f R W Meet 12, 15, Outdoor Meet' C4, 3, 2, lj, Class Numerals, Choir. BN NX l A4 gi I X ERI-IAPS f ' h ll h f I dill f tsi J A 0 ' ' - at some uture time we s a ear o ' i ' 1, 'T Captain Drake, with a mere handful of men, hold- ,url :D "' 3 in a osition a ainst the continuous and terrific fire 'l ' A l l "' of the inenliy, and egifery member of the class of l9l2 99 ll O 'C 151, WIN Say, .4155 nothing new for Drakeg he held the Aca- ,,QrjFmfiv,Q'1mwril K", W! demic Board at bay for four years, and he is a game 1? , -4 Sitiaeid Ne' .f " i' 535' 'J' an - '--J 1:1 ,1.' 'iE'f 1 ' ff, 7 , fighter on other fields as well. l-le has Won his spurs fvlgitfs .4 46 - ' in more than one branch of athletics. But a greater honor Nff i . 'J ' .f-4. - .gs 4 , t Q has he won, the esteem of his class and of the Corps. If ' - N at 1 I faqs ever in his vicinity you will be sure to look him up because ' .-fi' . .Qs-.5"ll'X 'ff 1 ' you want to see his smile. I-le is the original "Sunny xf?lxfW-il,"l 5 A: .2 ,,, . , ' - H . - - -7 , I ,yin - f- Jim, and on a West Point blue Monday his face is' a Q :s 2 wir S , fig-3 delight to see. Charley has a Boston accent, an English or W k pg Q'al"11o" . . . . Q ' 3 S pedigree, a way with the women and a will of his own. 2 A Q ,g wg? MQW GLX l'lere's luck for the future v P P bg 82, P lff'fl'C'1-1 A '75 N 39. - s s s - v Q iaqn ,fit ,Jug " ' 9 - "1 fe' .. 11 rvlw.. S 71 '11!" , ' UWM? . , , , ,.- ' ffrrrfx, ' 4134:-N--,,, QQ -'I f, .,,fXifi1'Qii si" fam i, sf ,fff,, 5 .P 11..J.4':::: 'M'::r'l1'ES:.: A... V X' . ,xii 2'i'w.--- A2352 rf- v- , f 4-.lZ':tNT:1:xg?r'f-Y-' -. i i -"tg,-' 3 3:-ff Q ,',..-',i.'f:",:g-5 'if f"S,' 5 1 "-' '- Q f :iw ' f Ts2EIi:.wfQ?feHli' E ' - ' a Ng- Wy' is , - , . fzffiies, -.slllfiifiilfwiiallhgi Em "av E ii if if ?.v:w3g5s2?1' - -S? If " A ' " . ' -ffililllllllli-IS?i2' aug E - ff - if Q F 'f5fgfi22LWieQt.r.si Q ft -i 1- tZ2i,7ifl'Lf'fS'i??i? ca, "T ' 5 - 5,lSigf'1'zEi5 lllxlilliqqgvee .-ff-If 1:4 ii 1' gu',',Xf' f ' .6 X' 'L ' ,- '.f' ::::':gf . f V. A, " N :3fl:l'x11i,l li 'I gif'- gaf ' at -git? fi ,f,f.5f5'??9fs2f lDi?H?f'h W'-ia'ilslf5'lil!l5!to li f unga l", f' lu -l 'T lf' 'ff 1 l Hiarrskgi. ll' ' ' '+l'r '72 ' X" f "re ww x' 'T s 1 vw: N am . mfr v 342 uffs ? 15 'Si' he e 7 ssl . ,MV ,ref H it fi r f 4 5 '- s ,mi--A X "6 gf He- ww S ll M' Mau- Hr- 309' fx-101 4 .3 .4 l 'i1,r ,N 2?2f .r, H E 9 E f ?5' 1- 6 5 'Ef f M, fx EW rf- 5 e ul' ' x ' ' i H 1'--li S f' 5 A ' -x el ' 1l""mv5 f' W. WI' if Q, ,J2ff" f'N -- , . fnllllllhf .l f' in in Qallunf' E - N 'ln Q' g f ww' - -.?"- ' 'ilxfl - gm' N F , is ,. E ,, if 1 ,QQEHQQE ' 91 if 2 I gr. ' ' ' 5 rf 1--. ef um f 1 Hz - 4 a s , ,, l AZN .tif , - f , 2 x ,,:,- J . I T' xk N f ' , fe- 1 g W Fw x Y I V 41. X is f f , 'W 'i'-W , '. ..-f l s XX W '01 l ' Z If x 4 I ' , 1 Q 'hair l l l l f Q f .lf . ., 1 gffl -,L Firm f -. iw, r N f ' -' 'all-5-sf-Rag 3' ' ifwkgaiiiltg- 1 . - il an , -l My Q, - . ,2ff- t t i c ks- , ff f . B. S. DUBOIS Appointed from First District of New Jersey. , fi, S il My , ,gm G7 Address on Graduation Leave: 53 South Broad St., 'Woodberryg N. I. :ggi 1 Q-1" y , . I x'C-- - ' W Corporal, Sergeant, Acting F11'St Sergeant, Lieutenant, Marks- X s N- .f,m'!' H, ,, , . .fl man A, Sliarpshooter, Runt-Flankei Game, Basketball Squad lj, a . W. gf CBJ, Cullum Hall Squad 14.5, B.A. , Y if . sf- N i W . My l f 1 gp. . - A rmm- ITERALLY DuBois means wooden-and they xllrrmy g M 2 say it is hard grained yellow pine when it comes to E E' mln 91-W ,, I ' .3 M, " 2 Gif hivmg the common law, but to get off a low one, 5,1 "N -Z "Z - . . . . . . X " ' "7 ' 2 ll Z' ,:, maybe it is because he is pllilflg away for that Philadel- Q , F ' A' 3 f.- . . Y g .- 1 Alxlirl VY' N A X- 1 phia girlg at any rate he sends Philly-wards many a bill of exchange in the form of a sixteen page billet-doux. l-le spent most of his time in first class camp loafing on the river when he wasnt making out A Co. s guard slip and here is what they all say: Although he has held clown several makes and high ranking ones at that he has never quilled but wore chevrons that he really def served.. In DuBois we Hnd a rare specimen of humanity x MVP' f ltllllwe 1? 55' 4' I 513' x.A.f'3v?X5 uiwedfl ", -gf-.-3 A I - 'lf' is . - eu!-g5"Qxxi',' RTA L it X H a man who minds his own business sg P tg P ' 'rl' f ri as fs 'WWI' fs .X - f ' -354524. i FWHM -" Y' li'-,-fog, , , ' ' 91-?f:i:,EEEf:l' N' 'Wiley ir ' W .Wye 94' R 'Ei 'if jj A M X E .gag JN wg E XJ- 5 1' ' 'hem ' ' we ahah JA cfaxQM?Wg5g 5 g -1 f f 1 E 9 fl "iii , : ...' A' " .J if'5,..'ii'T::s-1'-L': fl S 2 -A ar was tear it ff f I X f a f 2-712+ f l l ' 9 0' 'i " j ,f,"gI"" 0 ra ' X i Xhsixihw ,, 6. , j .SW , il i ' ,, 4 3 , 32 4 fil:g5,i'w 5sll-la.2'-.r-- fl l 'Q 'X i Y?" W 'f - X all lgjlililawx2,1illg3f22rl'F5rSf ,Qi I if r ,V QI' I .M :ll:,': 1 - rx::- dwluw .,l: 7.-.- l 40umm'6Wl M ll 'WM I M 'l' X Hill. H :HQ 'W "W f fix I 9 l X , a It , .. ,, , , Nfl, 2 3 Q 'fggp 5 Y X , l, 'A , , , , Q 1 , NN A, , r f xy ful? f ' , f ' .3 lm? ,vt , x 4 ., . V U , 'Q g Q," 'sh' V.- g , ff- . , ' sl were V at -- f N .' fe ' ' U ' ' . A 12? , iezfls- WA ff . ' ....-7" 17gggl ., . ' - Q rf",f,.,g-Ygffafggfgg -P ' , ' cmf:-,Flin ' , A11 . H-T5 -- s 4 X .5 , , flyfiiwfgku lf gqwy ,U ,f If: ::c?:gg:.:.::: ,. 5' ka Q, ls J, l,,fHg,Nl.,, A 9 5 'XLR 5 -gg N 51 it ,nl "WI lM.lxl,XKr E glib?-5 5: .xr K 791 N , QQ Xriiggy lm 1 1 qu f, x x lfl af .. A fl f we ll W ff sf A l ll 1 i..s ls ,lx M ig, I RUN lr il If , . , 73 X, saw A no D a sv "wr- .as aww' f fp ft , Q-,QA . an . f, P794 l.- sa ' , r lr I lb ,gg -'. X sw If .us Z 5 ' ' s --gl 1 Y- 3 , 1 M02 f""Q - fa-2 l - E, ,ml We 'oaFi?2Q55aE1, 2f3 4 If " ff" 1 1351515 QI' -" ,, K f eq - af' s, aw' X ' fr 11 Wt sf' . af - 'l sv 2 9 W4 if 3 I fit X g ' E 2 2 . rf 2 f l M352 fa s X. l are .- , 2 '-4 . ' , 1 get-. 1. , Va:-1 ' hx - , 4 t , . ,.:,,fj1fz-Yrfg -ur A as fx A ' A1- io .X , - f .4 f ,f fp E ' ,lf ' 'if 1 5 1,5 -'il'- in . 4' .1 I QS? K XX Q - Rh 5 '55, X 3 t i x " f " gf-i s S XE 1 ' l r' f ' , f fl BASIL DUKE EDWARDS l XX, Appointed from Fourth District of Kentucky. 5,43 Address on Graduation Leave: Canmer, Ky. ,A s 4 "Falsta1T," "Boodle," "Dnlee." ' x ggi'-7 Q' SY, Corporal, Color Sergeant, Acting Sergeant, Acting First Ser- ' Ty? fvx RQ. geant, Lieutenant, Sharpshooter, Cullum Hall Football Squad 145, ' Y ' 'V Vlfrestling Squad 62, lj, Manager Wrestling Team 115, Assistant 1:32 QQ N - Q .g Librarian Y. M. C. IA. CSD, Vice-President of Y. M. C. A. gli, V . fi' Y-'l X I Eorse Show, Reception Committee 1915, Fourth of Iuly Oratlon, N Q-xg I ' P, , . A ' .f. . ,irq 's,2 9 HI ' ". sf , .2-Q'-if' ' gil l, li elm ln ID you ever go to the gym and hear "Get up off n f'3'llXx dimly that mat, you fat gent over there?" Yes, that fat A 's V Q: sf-' gent is Duke, rolling arouncl, raising a rough house. 5.2 Wg-, 'Q Q 1. ' , - .V - - 4. N - Lui ,V i-Q, HIS adage is Laugh and grow fat, and certainly he has so -1 2' 5 U . iff . . 5Sr""'T -rf grmalb aga a prosperous, Well feel appearance. From hls earliest plebe 52 X f -1 - - 1'-5' f: U '?J,f!ffQ,7 rx Clays his face has Worn that perpetual grin from ear to i- 6.E1QQ.5s-:L KLM. 3 Mug, . . . . . . ...ax ,.3,f.!- , 1-fx ,rw I' .ggi ear and his happy infectious laugh is ever with him. -,fa-Li g2f..afj-l wg. fill! X-.--1 , . . . :aw-L',ut'f: I , ,g Duke s ambition IS to become a great lawyer and why Y gj UT tri, not? .I-hs fourth of July speech was a masterpiece ancl now, in the stucly of law, he is no slouch. We have an qw. 1' K 1- . . , . A. .3 ,,,-gr, Ia, ' K Q iclea that Duke chclnt mean that great tnlaute to the fivgggk American Woman for all Women, but for one or maybe 'l1gg43.sfl ' g' "Sys el.. - ., 5- 212711-L' ig! , 9g.2jL-.tfbyiv xy two, for he Wears his overcoat to afternoon classes so F. fr: .wi " '. . . . , ' gy. .1 .HIM-3, he can be oft without loss of time. l-le spent but one Qruvffyfxsii-Esgggs evening ln camp ancl then he was on guarcl. R, it Us -fcziiifigiigiig 0- .xlxxrwx K A , gs- lg Q '." 'ol'-1,f.p2'l-FTf?E?1' ,ryt'x4:filQ ,Q 3 j54'QA.ffxf,i-.J-,Wg-7-3. ,ff Ma pf -f--:g?.:.,.s23:T,,i331. fi?-'fir-5'g"eEEifll -V ' 4 . A ,. , 'f7,'?'.iilif::ffSfit:f. - if I ' .QQ-Q iff " 511 f""ii5l5Z:3'-T- 'iaJi+i?,??6Zl'll ith X A' 1 ,Z-if ' sv .swag ls:vlfl-fwispsnlrf? --ff-1rff!15,::1-.lil HR W 5 f' gg 0 fr -- 'Afvkss-.4-sh - V- - 'SW -N gr- 090 -'gfff : fix r 'yes :S rr ?f N2 F , figcffnfafg-zfiixk.t,'.,tv, , 0 - , , ,fix gg - .' ,m.:..w N'ir-.1122,Mail.12l2i23:.r:35- ,--lswfh f.: xglkw -l 1 7 is 1 . X42 Nix: Q , ggx 1, ff 'E1a'2,.r1,a1g: :gz 1 Liniiflilful1xl".4:-Ml sw LQ? 77 t 1'.wf:Fikzfilffflllli -.ai.l--- AA- f -'Yi -M 1 1 fix . tilajllw... .f. f f,., 1 Aug... Qwff' s-if 'm l' 'A ill fm .. n.. Q 1' -"W, 1' 74 A' ' w ,,-www' a MA: s ' Qs PTR Q mi, -'H gf' .1 U A-A 45 EE -fa -fum .Y 2 1 .JM , in ui.. :.,', 'rn Jr K I kia. 3, xx with W .QQ , 4- -. ix . -- Y : 99, V . , at "V ', MA X' k fi "':i5f1'i?ff- ,Q 4 5-R .Srl l w' l s 9 ,, 4 as -i ss f W 5 'est . u -. , , ,.,Jx," 'I ,lllmqgs 1 wjg, 'll ' ri dxf 5' it i : ' if ,- " ,E v , 1 E 53, 4111 :- 4 ' - s . if will ' I ' .3 ' ' hh X lf' 5 ff" :ff , , Fr' GMO ikliipiq- X ' f 5 f ttf ts ' li ' . Z4 A 'lg' ' A3 II S 5? it gp Fm QT "' -- l A N.: 'if' i r K ' ' Ka 1 cf- ' 'X , L .-.,- Q22 ' ,, ,. HFV77 . fo r .3 ' 'ff -' i""5?,'5 ., r:f " ?2":l.l+f '-2? ,v, ,,fi,l, V alll! -.7 ,"i. , rl if I. , - . Julia - I ? . QQ film: Zgifhy ,N E .. . ,. , 6, 1 ,lsrsvff VX gg' 0 lh " f 1 Q Qgfullllfb W1 X 11352: aa' 'tan Wg, 5- 5 s -tL1f:sf'a.+ 'uyf f v l ll l QL G 1" PHILIP RIES FAYMONVILLE. Appointed from Senatorial California Address on Graduation Leavezl Pacific and Presidio Aves. San ' Francisco, Cal. "Phil," Corporal, Sergeant, Acting Sergeant, Star C5, 23, Assistant 'Base- ball Manager C2j, Manager CDL- President of Dialectic QD, 'Musi- cal Director of Hundredth Night Q3, 2, lj, Furlongh Banquet Committee, Speech Furlongh Banquet, Hop Manager 14, 3, 2, lj. ROM the far off Golden Gate he came to us and we are glad he came. Had he not, manyof the evenings which have slipped pleasantly by ,to the muslc he has made for us would be but repetitions ofthe gray monotony which is the main characteristic of a West r g pe 6 ,f K M I E it all l q if! Jig ,H ,4 1 ,565 x ,M 9 V A 5.5.-,if I 1 f' f tfw E 1 . 1? - 77' I, 2 N . Jgif, ., I l 1 'l Q 6 A '4"g'9'3' ix ,g, 4. , Nlmd Il , X Y f 1 l lf! 3 ' We M i o U ' ' C ,1 br iii e , t , , 5 zlguilacilg 5 . f' 13,53 Point evening. To him and his partner, Kilner, We owe a T19 Mill' Q ' debt of happiness greater than they can realizeg and if 25.0 1 gf.: thanks be legal tender we can pay the debt, otherwise no. L. Mt of " 0 Any man who can make life here pleasanter and more A ' . worth While is a good man to know, and were that all .QKWJSE A - fi he did he would have done much. But he goes one bet- .5 33'fmI, M, li ter. I-le has been the moving spirit of every I-Iundredth E tak W-es. Night that we have seen, and we have seen some good .EZ fre, if ones. l-le has ably managed our baseball team, he has '-" ' it fought for the good of the Corps always and played true aww F 1 to his convictlons, and we say again that we are glad he A N91 A - - ww np, r 15,55 K- QQ , came. gg gg gg It It E U! R, I! , , f-,me ' Q' hi i ,., A X in 1- f ,,,,- Ad'-Q s, lc' N, q,TfT'T7', . Q 'Mill it .": f 5 s 3 2-wa? 1 if f' 1 fl-Q 'Q si ---f -"':',ia1l,ifli1lllif s S ,221 Ya! - ri -f , 4 if .yflillllililxl E f 9411 ' Ze , . if ft lsfaiiiillltltfiriis flfifllllll ae'ilf'?Hffi12 j a ll ' 5 algalnlzluzglgiliazsfze illlixf Q05 E sill i ffJ"if?'i?N5:lfgi , I i s fill , l i f' N ffmmmirll 0 wu....!a..,,+ l l " 472 'mf 1 ' ' lt a t ' 75 ' ,NL - f .- e--:A ---1 X or ' o o 1 4 , , f me 2 Q X f e it M ns? 42 .NQQQQSQSQ tm N an I Q? ,gi 'M Q. umpw 5 ' 1 ig l sag' xi E 'E 2 Evil' l -L E 'Kung 1 'fzmr ll 1 ' ' if E . l www. by A ix ah Ygmmy. 4, if Q --ff? hw - f- s 2 ig iw f l T Q ' ' ' ' " '-TE n 1 of ga R' Ex Q - v 1 , . - S 5 e giqbggzlii l ' .1 ' ,... , 1 . "W'xff,z.5' 2 ' - ff " f 1 na, .T -g55ff . ,.T :ku My v .A K ,ix 'Q X gs., n,- 0 4 ' I, ' " ' 'V . ff .X - ,Ag l .. f,-1.54 - -st ff' 1 1' l l Q , ,-fill. . . l ' ' - V ' ? ' .A , i f " ' Q A l A .r m -K A A Y V Y 1 r j' Q4 Qvfguf if Wxxw B s ff ? X 3' rl r ii :kv f x ' i 9 'r ' ' J D-.L, X 3 1 .QW V , , , fl D'ALAFGY FECHIEIT Appointed at Large. Address on Graduation Leave: Jacksonville, Fla. "Fetcl1it," "Percy," "Lovely," "D-uwollowyf' Corporal, Sergeant, Mfarksman, Hundredth Night C4, 3, 2, lj Houitzer Board 12, lj, A.B., B.A. Jw " f ,, - 1 ' . as JI' 355235 ll 1 , ci 2 4 6 'G Q if W, , 'F ' , JN + V3 5 T v 1 H ,, 2 Q, ,L 1 1 fir' 1 F l 1' x jf X 1 5 , M gr ef 1 M N , fYl i , ? ZZ!! btw , Q 4' 3 V mf .Avg l ' J ETCHIT intends to take his winning smile, his lov- tl ' X .XX able personality and his artistic abilities into some Q 5 Q ' gin' branch of the Service where married men are al- i' ,l A . , . A g , , , , ,lf , I ' lowed, for Dame Rumor hath it that his class-ring has If K 9 Im.. already departed for New York. After being a .model QQHQII : i ,lr gig U Q2 Q plebe for nearly sol for a year, he got a make just to 2 ac, ' - 3 . I X : ' 1-A X 5' show us he could, but, soon after furlough, thanks to his if! 45' .3 .-"X "1 generous and loyal disposition that proved him unworthy, fin? f sill C ""' sl it 1 ' 1 ' d h' h ' H' f ' - 5 by Hi? 4. tiff? t e cass-again caime im for t eir own. is avorite 4-5,555 jdcwyf t. A-f ,f pastime 15 walking, whether it be on the area, around ,g,,A' ff- 1 gif ld? X ,'0 Lusk Reservoir or on the road from Fort lVlontgom- ery But even as Mary Garden, he dances better 3 ,1 than he Walks, for who will forget that little ditty- gj E, . ' U f ,, , f- N ,- .?iS,,x'-IWW . ga mp -A A dapper young man named Fechet, ' Q 5 qlifff X45 l-lad a manner exceedingly get, 'ff "Q: lA 'll' On the l-lundredth Night stage "Alf - FQ He became quite the rage, dxyffgi-,, ,L -5? if ,J On account of his amorous wet. ilaf-23393 HH' " . . , ,. "'t""""'t greg r-rf 1 4 nifty! 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F .bf N K xg 5 U tl '19 Q X "' -5' 'f Q : 1'-W ' , sv l. - r -,Q ,i,4gi'.., '. f- '. v I 1 B. 4 v- ,' - '- I J" 1 v V, - . :QQ-iff" .ik 4 AFAJY A 91.41 . It .. N , 9" it , 7 7 i l W fwkl -ll f- ' w R j Q- ri ffl Xlxmffl 5 , 1 HARRY ALBERT FLINT NM ylllflf . "l six lr? ' laik! , X Appomted from Senatorial Vermont , WI. Address on Graduation Leave: St. Jolmsbury, Vt. F 'J' ! "P dd " if wwxx. . w- .. swf Q 1 ' Corporal, First Sergeant, Captain, Sharpshooter, "A" in Foot- drfffia' X Y , 1 23 F g, ball, Football Squad C4, 3, 23, Lacrosse C4, 33, Hundredtli Night ln - af SE' f Ai' Business hlanager Q2J, Howitzer Board, Horse Show, Toast New , Vw: - I I -' 2 Year's Dinner 1912. ' - , . - ' :I 5 ' ' ' Am , 1 XZ! 1 t.. 1 . . . ' . 5- "' 55 4, 21 .5 OUR years ago Paddy camel in with the intention .. x Qt, - - - - Hugs., .,.,r3:g2f' 3 so 'hh if of winning his way into the Cavalry and, strange E225-'fltsaursdmi .Q r 1 ' G ' . ' . 4 . . ,ga fi f-, N 'J ' f I7 9 H 2, 1 to say, still cant see anything but that yellow stripe. gy Q , , ,. MW? 5S5?? We fo 1 J 49 99.4 't I , : A . if- R go?""52' ' x if-3,1 l-le is our Uncle Eddie's side partner in the polo line-and does mighty well at it, as he does at most things he makes a try at. Paddy is not reticent about his troubles but he has a very queer way of telling them: he just keeps quiet, and his looks are those of old man Crump him- self. For most of us reveille is l... P., but for Paddy it is a fearful thing and until the benign influence of that after-breakfast skag has taken effect the gloom about him is thick. We have seen the clouds break and the sun shine through the rift especially on leave' so we know there is a lining after all. 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I 1 ix , "rx fi ,fi i'X-lltleswg i X A V --" ,f ' y as fp, f ,Hg N i 'xi' if 'x-Rx If It 1 N X - if - rw A J. ' , r '-' if ' ' 'ff 1456-5?Q'13f.11 X ' U fit-V -' ' " . t. .A y f 11 -1 , C . Q Pg C' l , , V l X j . HENRY LYTTON FLYNN p , X fl Appointed from Tenth District of Pennsylvania 1 Xmt xi'ff,f',f7 X Address on Graduation Leave' Scranton Pa XXX - V91 - , Zi! U "Huclz."' ' , 01, Hn Sergeant, Acting Sergeant, Howitzer Board C3, 2, lj, Fur- , 0 51,2133 -, 27' 'V , X lough Book Committee, Ring Committee, Reception Committee 1915. I ' N , A 1 . 3 gf 1 , my QM ' "5 , I Qvllifk I L . Q ONG ago there lived and fell asleep in the little monastery of DuCrot an old padre whose duty it was to illustrate and illuminate the Psalters of the f m Jr, A 2 2 ,X Q 5 "wi A , Church. l-le awoke Hve centuries behind his time in the ., f hx Q. Sli sombre gray walls of our Alma Mater. He promptly I7 S39 G 2 ordered a pot of paint, a brush and a lettering pen and fo If 6, QW ,V 2 pheduhls trade. Irie has been a rock of refuge for every ,g 'ff " f - I-lowitzer Board since his advent here, as may he proved Q -.,l by his original and well executed drawings. His house ' "I is at all times filled with dissertations on lettering and 6,599 X b Ulloa, with which last he engages in many a heated argu- H , " K- ment. Huck usually silences, even if he does not con, 1, J Vince E1 Senor, for he is a talkoid. of note. ln the Corps K Q3 1 -Y he .represents many valuable th1ngs,g art, culture and VN N235 E! E s. ancient folk-lore. l-le wore sergeant s chevrons in camp E UIYK Al' 4 aid was also 3 member of tif plebe reception iorlnmittee. 5 ' 45. tire ess an ent usiastlc orseman, we wis im joy .i'A ,.f.55S? 2i'iij with his yellow stripe. ig ig, 2, ag tg bg lg il '."' fp Fl f mmf--25111 "w Q lou 1 gc --------e'-,w.E2' ' ' '- . "' ' 4 -:rpm .. 1'-T x"Q777'f'i 111: 1 ' s. "" -A w If I "-.:4- se- '-gggfgg.-rxqiilzvetg 2 F r 1 Cf, MV: H , V , if-,-Size'-1,,,. if-f 5 - fi- F Q . 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Q15 fff',',xX tflii I - 5 Mn. elastic limit. And so he has had time to help on the .'i,'-'fflzmmpuv '-f. struggling Pat who has filled his room during all this time. C " Q --A In camp Milo has acted as guide for fair visitors and is , Egg' 5, a general favorite with all the belles of the surrounding if -"Mm I' podunks. For four years he has eaten at the basketball iii f , " . . . . . 'fl-117,-'EI."' 'A ff" y 5, ,tx nv fall ,Is training table and contributed his share toward making our ' ,i team rank well up toward the top. For those unfortu- '- g ' ii . nates who have never been to college we recommend a 'Y W E few evenings passed with Milo, who never wearies of re- -r X . . . V, 32,51 ' ' 55 ff - latmg escapades which would make the author of the Vfbfg ' ,-iw Siwash tales 'green with envy. is, ag BQ, bg sg ' -"" ' me A W vw lfo A f 'fi I -.-, i n -' i N. f-XXX A f"""x,fx .. , .. H , , l 4 , y, 4 .,... 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'Y- 'f' 5 93, -N Q. .jyrbsl ,s ' ff' as 1 2, 'ef V f f P . iv- . 1 ,. 5 4 ,PQ ,. ' - rr i rm my up y W. i Address on Graduation Egeavezd 15131 Narragansett Boulevard, A M ' gewoo , . . dubai- .211 D' ff NG V ll., R If -,.. J R I QQW' V, Corporal, Sergeant, Lieutenaliitg ISI1a1'psl1ooter, Cullum Hall CLD, Q' s x lf, Hockey Team C2, 15, Igizgkeg SCE1ilfQl54, Bcikliltigf Team, Monogram, KN .fjgkgl K' ' i eception ommittee 1. . , ase a qua , . . 2, 'wil so .i . iles! UEER what notions some people have, for some .1 'QW' 4 Q -S l ,.,. do say .that Catch is a spec. If they had heard All X 'V MAE? him give the Engineer instructor his fixed opinion l X - ' f lUX2't1T.' - s .. r1',Vf-1. "1i?d:". M.,.x,t..gfs53 ' .concerning an all-spec lesson, they soon change iwwgiii .gms I7 D Q their minds. ln his younger and more frivolous days, 24 "Q 14555 before he had the engineering department to crawl, he f was one of the'Com's own, entrusted with the training of the wild beasts which broke loose upon us last summer. I We fear he treated those plebes most too harshly,-result, yi, he is now among "les grenadiersf,-and spends most of R Qfjfi if his time trying to teach "B" Co. to keep in step with .ff-n ef ' -4 '--A -.f . , . . . I. ftxvf f k 5 ' 1" ,Q ltself. We dont mean to intimate that he IS naturally peevish, for he is just the opposite. Eyer happen in his fb . gig? room just before Sunday morning lnspection, to find Catch Xgggl-p doing the housework so that his Wife could go spooning? LV- .ax5f?fi'5fT2fg5 'Wf777'i,,l99KiZff5l Many a time, and he doesn't howl nor growl about it, 1. 1 1 . -f - s , tl V H .4 . , , ,.,. . e fffffiiigxpw-f.?G,,,T X either. E R. R, it Us -R. IE. H. 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K f H.: 'fi ' i . ' E i 'Xl llll"'Aa A 'iTyI "50 ., C Spf' .W I 'fr-z.. . afff 1 Q1 ca":,w , , 191.3 H - sl. - . f 'f A- yy . i- ' f ' i P N- i f f f . s ok 15,19 N ' 59 if ffissfrizggg - , .qi . V - x NV" " 'i3+' lQb "' - 9' if - F Xi JAMES ALBERT GILLESPIE mlb! ,Appointed from Twenty-Fifth District of Pennsylvania. F L: A Address on Graduation Leave: 724 NVest 10th Street, Erie, Pa. ' ' X iiqlq "Paul Revere," "Aland," "GiIlz0oly." - 5 113 gi A Q, Cleansleeve, Sharpshooter, Fencing Squad CD, A.B. A D If -X fl' tx NX' . Ali' . . . 1. Nw -. lg! IS name is Maude and he hails from Pennsylvania. V 2 Though firmly denying that he is a P. D., he pos- ' :Inj I, h" "ll '21 sesses many of the incipient attributes which are "Q: "" "lu G-,, ' 0 ever signs of the species. There is nothing Ma-ude does RR! f 2 I 'E not know and he is thoroughly versed on all subjects both fy I . ancient and modern. Besides tenths, he bones polo and ' W ,nur 'd' C1 ' 1 d h- - H - einer ,S mul Q0 - rl mg an is sure y some as mg equestrian, usua y clr- fcxeeasjiz,-15: '- " - - - 9 ,lyk ' 4 ' s 3 cumnavigatmg the hall about three times to the others one. W But his accomplishments extend far into other fields. Be- 5 - lei -1 ii il Q 4 T ? X 2 rw' -Q to io f ii: Ns? M' 334, 'F . 5 'x A ..' " gil? e 'J 5 'fl V Q l Qi! 6 fl 9- N ,su A, ,W sides being a crack shot, a good horseman and a man of 5-J gc' Is' rv g' D '. Q 'N-fl5if.Xi:ii, - V J If "Qi: p " ' - ::"'ff: ' o x 4 '95 all Wlsdom, it is rumored that he has been a tae in a tin A ' X " - - - . i , I Q . , school. He wants the Field, bones it hard, and will. get N ' it. May he attain his later ambitions as he will this one. - -.Qi ' , """r-- ' A' ' Qkummmw ?S fs '. --.,- i 'lag x'1'ill 1511 fv 1 , E 4 .X .39 r . vip 'iv . wa.. -.1 "ll1:1:2:?iz'fN gf W -inn, Q .- 5 f' QYQLQ-li:-N' ----- Q ,lf . f??'-.Q'F-'ff-1I1i:'?1--'37 N Z a ff! 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Q' S' .gf Q J ,-' 7 Q "c,'7".. . 1 .- in 'pg-W, : A -- , :JZ 5' '5.hiQ?f,ge115:r .J 3 0 2 - ss eirf w fs' ' that . at S wllllllllf A5 inn' fits 'tr mums 4lun"' y 'Q Www' Q Q ' 9 sk 1 F - f 'H Q 'llv ' I -A,e55'f.f l' 5 1 1 -: Q E 'flflgiir - X 1 i t 1 "rnm'f?A-.1-.fear X sf ,M I Q . - , gm silg ' L , 1 : Q f .51 f 3. ' E W '-bw 22 S29 E M' S " 'WM . X- 1 1 11 GUSTAV JACOB GONSER l l 1 Ltdf- Tl'-r-r1'f1 D'r-'r AfN Y k. X i Y' Addressffilijoglwidrlaiiixlii Oziglilzisd gtreei?VEl1i?1i1'a, N. Y. - V A K... bg "Pug," "Gifs," i'D11ftclL," Hfaclsf' Z Camgli?1IE1iEigiio1gIa1.1q?1a11, .Av 111 Baseball CD, Baseball C4, 2, lj, ' W ! ,W owjwiirx, ' .. . ev Qs v. X , HAT have we here? No, it IS not a s hlnx nor HN lv' 'ms W - - .1 - p 1-ix A 1 X W 5 a Chinese God nor a photograph of, Abraham ' ' W 06 l. Lincoln. It was born in Elmira long ago. ' But' ' . J " 912 !.. K no, I am rmstakeng for on lookin this s eclmen over more ' f l 1 Alai: E 'W care u Y n a itt e tag earing t ese wor s ' a e 1 .1-'l r' iff xi" 11111111 ll bg hp a'1v1a 4' " Q l V H'f?hi,i, ln Germany., It IS really wonderful how well preserved sga O QQ: 22 this specimen is. It can he found any day in the week f U G29 Q 1 1.1 about 9.20 A. M. in the hall of the 9th div. telling the 1 p gf . M, V1 XV . 1, tae. l-le wants to wake up. Gustav Yacob IS especially 3, gfxllgi I 7' A .. .xl . . . . . -X, 1: ,yr Mk - I efliclent as acting adyutant at cavalry drills, ancl IS num- 5 4.1'lt,Qis 1116 v m loered among the noble boners of the yellow stripe, as " 'L ' ' Q jk fi he thinks most of the good men wear that color. i f' 5.5 X , ZQ, ef, fflfyx-. A d :LA - I h- 19 H' 'EE f E' Q -1 ,ffm Q f- V n now H ccor ing to is virtues et us use lm. is S . . 5 1 . . . . ,, C, E Q 2 I 1 ., g 59, motto ls, Les amis cle mes amis sont mes amis. l-lalf E 5 QXQ.1?,1t1l , . -V' f . . . . W r 4 , , QW ? ,.. of his last crust always goes to his friend and for this 2 Qi' 'ill 5 - Silo ' - - . 9 5 is gb? reason he will never be a rich man untll he gets the Qs: ,fs '- ,f - i .. . . . . . 'pu - ,L '- 'a X' 97- - 1 -:- if Rosle" he is looking for, who will watch over our Gussle ,' fl , "lW4'Af . . . . 1 ,. 'WG x ' , y 13, 41 and not let him glve away the very shirt on his back. 2 A - 'A,'. gs la ' 'J , A fm" -I 'f' ' n ,,5-sv... My 9 , 5 , Mg.: " rm ' ' Q 'T fv. 4 5 ."""!'-LL A Q , .ISV ix: 19-gg. - -N.,' ,Ex l-'W 2, ff:'fl5s""':31-"'NN--- k 14 P4 -a Ya - 1 o r qv A if . f..:52fgzsIr',isf?s11Q4 is 53' - 1 H lflfilllllwllnsisi ,nfs ,p'f151si11l1'1lQq , GQ ' C. 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I Jann, .ru I., : . 2 BL 'inlllllllv , . sl QM" f 'S fl 'PL-M , in' Q3 4 ' " ' 'fl '1.?e.fg'y"ZSl .' 4 -, ', fvgiizz IU' 2 as . . r ,at i S, Q92 Q 0 , .N .fp W s W 'W W GV' fr- """ .1 Wav f 4' +41 FAQ W 3., "" ,a g fi s ,- 'f--.52 N - . , 1 fel .avail.593112-CL.:3A5ii?'S7"" A-?.2lE-- . ' 7 -f-Q M 5 C 7'ff1jl'.,:, ' ."f4.f.ff. , Y . I EDGAR STALEY GORRELL 1 Q Appointed from Senatorial Maryland. X X J Address on Graduation Eeavei T62 lglast 21st Street, Flatbush, ' Q4 , 'ooc '11, l . . x 1 ' Q51 ' mln "Napoleon," "Nn!2,'l "Td1irln," "Le Petit Cal1oral."' U K 'X' 64 'xy' Corporal, Sergeant, Company Quartermaster Sergeant, Captain, Q Sharpshooter, xVl'CSfllI1g Squad lil, Broadsword Squad CS, 2, lj, I ' Manager of Broaclsword Squad 13, 2, lj, Class Broadsword ffeaxn - -' x , ,. CRD, Indoor Meet 133, Librarian Sunday School CSD, Superintene . te if ' S N 5' dent- of Sunday School CD, Howitzer Board CU, Outdoor Meet , fx l l on AN E, AF: CLD, Monogram Broadsword, Horse Show, Individual Broadsword L 'Fm 41: ,MA Champion, Reception Committee 1915. , I :iii J! 2 X N H " ORRELL is the soul of perseverance and every- ' V gl, : li 01 l' ' 1 th' th t d a th' l'ke that I-le startled "fl'l!fl'?x 'l'lll'3"-V Q mn W. 1, ing a rea s ny mg 1 . . J, O f'- S - 'Q' r if 45 C2 Q us all when we were plebes by declaring that he go OI, 57 4 -. if Q D 4' would not rest until he filled the position of his predecessor :dx Q ,ff fl ' 'Egg as captain of 'ECN Co. Every one scoffed at the idea rgl2i'lQfiAt . 0 3 :iii because he waslso small and looked so young. I-Ie soon W, '. H? -'-L ri' made known his real character by domg everything as 'IFES' lr! W' 'W ' Sf 'WI Q ,dawg 51:19 .9 3 hard as he could. l-le went out for football, then wrest- - QQ ' 5 ling, outdoor meet, indoor meet, and broaclsword. He kept at the latter so persistently that he won the champion- 5 , ,Q -' f . . : f-.2 .ya-',r.l. ve rt Q, , ship. Napdecided to become a horseman, spent all fur- V N--' W . . - F Q lough learning to stay on a horse, and succeeded so well ,f. 3 , f mfr , - - 1 , L -3130, . 4 that he was one of those chosen to ride ln the Horse ,gl yy' . . . , ff i .gi Nb' was 11 Show. He thinks a man should be thorough 1n his pro- JL-.,fQ.! J fession and practices his belief. E 2 R 'E E ' e 'i og ' i sr N X43 i3L- Qlll'-U ' ..' 1.3: ,. fx' -1 of f' 'SW' ' -T41-721:-.W 'KN ,tg A W my :iw F 1, 3-, ,fr ,-,f ,gF5?.:1:g- 53' , ,T "lf 1' ,fy " 3 ff'2Q'5?E,:Eff?-1-'ffi:1::i't'-' Nmifigll wwf 5' ' ff X--rw f ',ffs:i2t2ff5is311Qil s':7f fili?fff'l2lX 3' :T , . J lx, ,lily fi: N' ff ljfl 1-.J''FAQ-fi:5Q.1g11ip11:?z ,A ff flaw " we 3 fifggqy'45333,-iggiggiw,,ff 52' M55 f i-11.1,3,33r.,1rf',r5gE5-i'f ,, fmlliilllilltlkx Q lllmL'lllQs 3 fflii-Qif'2llLaM:f2-531553: f!g1f5g'gf1lixil.'il,Q ae , , fi " ffigrf :ami-.llieisiszkiaizzr-5243 i -i 9 .4 I 'E .K ,.,',f:- ff .e -,Mr :gg f-Armin gf7:,1,'.q. ,,,ff:fg,1- ,QC H323-1 fy-gi yi., yi H gtfgf5 . 'l J iri' ' lily 'wlmiim " - c' ll 'ff"5"t' 1 S3 Appointed from Fourth District of Iowa. t "T : is I , 9 '53 ' 'tr ' :gi 352: Q NX i lf E Q L: fl 1 3 3,5 z - 5 - I E: - 91:1 x 5 ,. f ' an , it 1 - H - wma. rl' ,- ,fr .pmt , ,3 . ,M 1 " tk- Millb- BIIIIB55 ' ' . A' i' 6 mms" QW r f 5 if F lj, 3 - 'IJ pf' ' : 9' 1 5 ' 2 ' , , . , i, W .. I e fs 1 Q E N T E -, 'lxszgigxixk .6 E 04 xi Sf.9?f'tf,3 Q x X 5 1 t ,ei tcm? A as gr- Y :Q El' 2 ' 4 5 Z: 'C 3 Qgjfr : r 1 X. x - -is ' . the ' A ig? S2 v R 'K 'i ni W 2 l U-FE 1 'C if-3iffT2.' 9' .QF . , gg, 1 f l fill?-tri 3 Aiititpi f l I t 1 4- uma ...i ,W 1 N. 5- e . a L i 44 ,X , .X ..-X, pl r Maia? , 1. - a 4 - "' N tg ft. , 5 QQ. at 2. - pens - 1 " ' 5 - . W 'N . ' '4' if-iw'-." xl" 2 JE 1-' 1 V v ' - av sr .1 KARL CHRIS GREENWALD Address on Graduation Leave: New Hampton, Iowa. "K.C.," "Gus," "Creenie." is r -Wave 'f V A 2 X i A. f .1 X34 f 1 I ,fi Q 19' , Way II4 2 f vp E sig, Q T l 2- , . . .g,,..Qrgi1 . ' 'R Wjl , - Y r .5 r ff' 'S FX . 1 .2 c , V 1 J I Y Q r xl J rl '. 1 xr'gS t,Sh'1t',L' T ,Id' . ' ig' i gteef C453 I-Iiiigrlfeldtli Nziglliilolcikil ouiliffgi-Seireimlgfsgp, lglogge ,f7 ! sim? low, L . . ' f Kirks. gilt ARL has very little to say! Indeed, so little to say '1 lb? X " that his quietness easily takes rank as his most V'-J ' ' I , , AN characteristic peculiarity. Even the loss of a i f xfifff, ,qilt fi -I ls. A f' . , , me "W: ,gi Q." " A7 Q 2 Q ff, Christmas leave and a slug of mid-winter area accompany- Q 'Q 191 Q sl 0 ' X . ing it did not cause an outburst of words. But don't let W , MW? mr' 1 g- . . . . . f:-f 'A -' , 4 I 3, twig the quietness mislead you, for he is right there on the Joh 3:5 ttytzifil- .f ga Q1 all the time, whether at polo, wrestling, on the athletic Q'xQ3lQi57fE3- Mfr ui, field, or in the section room. I-le is not a tenthoid, but if LKB' 'fir ll... Q D. there is anything he doesnlt know you may he sure that it we , 2 -f ffff-V' -i.i " t ,'I'-7 I 2 isnit included in the course in Hell-on-the-Hudson Karl E f PSN ' f "" ' ' . . . . . . '. '. . 1 Y A 5f5efQlL-il' LJ is honing the Field with all his might, and will get it. His V TRW ' fx . . . . ,. :X ,jjl-V " f A L determination, steadfastness and capacity for work will -il N "X insure Without a doubt such a career as his classmates wish him. Q at ug ae, sg ng sq, ug ug ':::4IErw.1-., . N .-'VIE' C ,6-'sR. ' pl- so L 'fl Wxlt7f..L::f3:"'11fi? A! iw A, Ia FL 'E ' .5 'lgglisifzlxgl 5 44 u '1EE:E'.f:5.1f2 R. X -' S' X u P ' - 'T if . V3 - f- -',.:F5i'ElifYtlffiiif- 22 .. 5:,f,frrifflf5i'mA0X f -frltivm as S. -Q. . 1 ' f i 2i22i5em'rl11liirwil-. . Nj: 25' with f S ' E if X as i f 4 Wa' 1vtf:x'12.l-li"'- Ir f if ri ltxixx Egg: 171 S W ,': yin: itilqriix ll' 'l r401:muivif"lW T4 fmhiu..ME'imm "?1 " ffr??m.m'S52 ll A Jn! ' lui 84 .X i v-' f r ,QA-3 i ""' Yi W " ' Bu' 'W A ' ' W5 i 562 - -:- lv- I s - 5 u- mf. as Ne w i yin: ' 'w, '5'gSn1"'l i 5 1"Wf? ', j X,1"i'g N 0 i 3 15 rn' hw '-E 11, X 10: M222 l r Et 5 H its :mm ,-5 F' - +,-45 affirm 'mf Q., if 'li' 's f -Q 'ar i mi V H Immgll, 2 1 41, g U H, :3-'H " A 'ff ' gm' twist 5 jr 5 i f as S. 1 1 f . K xb- ling , , .III lu, ,fiii f J s lllltf . a - nv " rl . 'rif f QV, - . X xx 4. . X J f 1. . 4 QS'-ia rl X ,' fi 1' f igwfl Sk QT ' ,gs NX , , , " M, ., J ', Q feifiivqgvuls J . si -sa. gl A fa 3 '.LxW2'f 1- I '. N if WYE? T X .. , vql KHP 5 FO li WADE HAMPTON HAISLIP RX, Appointed from Tenth District of Virginia. i -A . Address on Graduation Leave: Staunton, Ya. XQQ '3 A194 ' " "Eve," "Ham," "SIil1."' - I. , 6 Cleansleeve, Sharpshocter. AB, -. , N ? .f,, .' : if ff I Q 5 T HAS been rumored that Eve resigned the lirst cap- . R" 3 - f . . . X , V -gi All tamcy at Staunton ,Military Academy to become one lwsjji FEV f X ' ' S of the government's wards. Personally we have never , 1 1.6 Iwghh' :A believed this, for even as a plebe he had a wholesome dis- ggAf!.'lQ'!h,,, J,l',Vil3S?Qi -as " j B 22 'J 75- like for a ehevroned sleeve. After plebedom he kept this if O H G ' W ,asa dislike and added a deep and abiding disgust of anyone " . i'-Iif 45 X X 'flllix X 9 TQ who 'wore shoulder straps. By mutual agreement, he IS 9 --Q if - s: - an 'fl'f1'TEEf :Rf 4 '?',.-' considered the head of the Agln the Government Party. 1131--E-QF' z MQ gf T-ff' ,ily l. Y sq ,fir g n If ever you feel that the T. D. has abused you, come to A A i vi Ham for sympathy. l-le has been as loyal a baseball fan i 'I , .S rg-px , V. -Q ' Q and football rooter as ever Wore the gray. If you want to 11' 5 f - - - 1 - Q rg .T W Swag ,295 see him after 4:40 p. m., you will have to go wherever the f- E -. . f- w . . . . . . - lc. Q- r A 91 . 4 team 15 practicing, and there you w1ll find him, followlng 5 4 - I5 , the game with a ready word of encouragement for a good H- ,,m.:- it f V MQ- 6 '-'f . ,gg- ' LJ play and an equally ready rebuke for the Knockers. R ' ,N " Q t ' mlillwq, we X .5267 'Fez is.: :in ff. A , 'W ' s fmt: fg . 1 ss , fsfafa , W--53. . f- , -V , - .- f off-,-rs,-r.-ug-ss-,:::: .3 " -1 ""if ' , gig" g 5--f,s.:11:-.rl----.,, 2' it -me wi? ' is at I Q 35 5 mf 'ffflffliii-lt x Q 03,5 2 S 1355- 9 - T 'glfi5i'lilllllXl3l-AfE?5??i'Fs:- . ' iff 1. ll" Xl' , .6 0 1 E ..- ., ' 4Q4.79i?E'iEii?E?l' r 9, 1 'F 1 i 1332?-?e?lartEilHTJ?ffE?i:E Q" - . gf fi , i -Q 2,0 r an ' g -, . 46 We 5 fl iv X' 5-4,um,a5yllllfI jim! gdgmgh i ,755 ii1ij'1.f5l5i'! Afllmfffj ,.,.,i- lt? l k3Tiii'.i'Mf 'Mig 85 I-'A f 1 isig,-'yxvlur Q6 W "U "vi bx1llIF,. g?35 l mfllfr N 'iw as ,. - i,3f,,,--,jg --:Y fzv - H 4- ,iw s.g:,:-,QA gt, , ' h ,hi tfivm E my S .t g um fa-1 Nevin 4 illllpfz xlwrg ' ' 4 " as ,aw i rs, e s ,vga ima ,sag rags. se 5 -mm. -S P' ' t -S iffmff r ' In-r S..,:. fm? 'W""" .Inllntr at i ailflllllllb -nun" 5' p 'I Will" Q I ' Y Q Q 1 ff, C 3 . Q, ' : 5 ,353 I " E 5 7" AQ ' l . . , ,E V lllllfp ,lu ll.. A. Q I ,V ' I is 3tl,IlIlil" ., flfrjax -s pull! i t tm' lg H X . nf X ,, . I i,X,- at ii dm r 470 E 0 'W 0" ffl, ft 0 5, ,. ,ii W liar I 'QA ' "' ' s 'r ' 5 1 -12 , ,gtg N' "X - ' 4,gz":' , V 5 ' . V 2 B ll .r ff- MILLARD FILLMORE HARMON Appointed from Senatorial New jersey. Address on Graduation Leave: Governor-'s Island, New York, cfo Chaplain E. B. Smith. "Mig," "Doodle," "Rlonal1a11," "JlIiIIy." Corporal, Sergeant, Acting Sergeant, Expert Riiienian, Hockey 4 3 2 lb, Lacrosse C4, 33, Captain of Hockey f2j, Track C4, 3, 2 lj Indoor Meet C4, 35, Outdoor Meet C4, 3, 2, 15, Hop Manager f4 3 2 19, Monogram Hockey, Horse Show, Plebe Detall, Foot- ball Squad C5J, Baseball Squad 143. A I F 9 -fix a , 3" v X 'il I at za. ,ul psf E was Eat' 'X ae 'cy 2 -ic r Q' -Mft. Ei 12, 'ff K 1 Q , , , i I. " -' 1 ' 3 al Lv., 4 max g N, X , X' .QSM 1 11-' :. dai JFK by , ' ' .' ll..l..Y is universally conceded to be a "Keen I '2, ju ,- g ' ' . ,, . . . . . .!,,j31, J - . K File, and, having thus sized him up, there is lit- H R I ' 0 " tle need of further characterization, but neverthe- ,,,-gf' ff ' " ' f ir d 'fi if .,k5n41,wu,f,2 0 less we may chronicle some o is many an varie ce FQ na C ., dffdqjig achievements, In athletics he is as true as steel, as well fl JJ as good, and We remember him in the airy attire of a .kfrrl-lim' lil? hockey artist, equally scanty lacrosse garb, and the more conventional baseball and football togs. Corps are made 1:4535 x.-' I M - h more or less on a mantg own rights, and por consiguiente Hlwfa-fo ft' ' t k b , t -i':l"-ffl? if fiwx. Doodle has figured high. amonguour hrs ma T, hut nod WH .2 having shown the requisite qullling capacity, e as si Xa, I., .3 42 '. down the chevron list until he' is now a battalion buck. by 5934 " lzgiliill PWS' Sus ected b but few l-larmon leads a Dr Jekyll and t mixer Q53 P y , ' , 'A HRX-5 'iyillggsi 6 lVlr. Hyde existence-in one phase of his character QQ' i 2'2f"'7x - : . 'fy' " -..N EW figuring as a red-sashed hopold most pioper.to behold, 33. but elsewhere his movements are shrouded 1n mystery. A' ra: A A A Q FTFFEWQ-R QQ, 'r W'-X' ul K' " Qs ffvfx 93-T2 F' "W"-'-5'If'w 255' ' trrri-iliest. , ' + "Y 132 iw'-23:5 . "WGN a,f-4l1::'f1+-:w- ci5ta:532a,WX N, ' izmfal g A 5 3: '- r Huff .QLEZ-1 .X -' f 6 Z, T I 'f42Qfs??fElSEE:lf 'Qi " N .E il :fZz?jf5i':gg2aax2tl.la - agp ' if ai g X5-as? .QQ--,,'f'g,f4,jM M2359-K. . - , , A " v f-4,,,f"ffigST3?i-11 L, 5 . ii NEI' gU.ttleiX3rt:QE:- Mfg4f5i1'f5sgffl1ll2,y,l5MiQ , U' Q ? f-'N' fag, AH!a'1:lft,fg?'11gim:- -fjjfrjlmgxi H r-5 QQXI - 2, 'QQ -' 'g . f If :Eg iitfggi-Tl?j,Yf7' , 1.-at i Q., Xn:,l.5Z'Mgqg:g:i 4:,5lr'i?3E':. U33 r qluunh D4 fl K 1 ?mmm4I 5 lil "ff 'I' li" "Ziff: im 'Ali' SG r ,J S I - ' X ' ' ' ' 'Al " "' ' fr, T ywlwd Z 'f S fl 4 -WW' " 'f' " i e V f' ' -'iifaiaywltg fi A W , 371, 5 : git " .'f'?, " 1433 5 ull!! I N- .,,t,:i' 4 il if-Fl,-fe" A' 5 -A I Q QQ . gigs 5 ggi 5,':gf4?ggQ42j-5,3 1, a...si E? ff. . gtg f 1 ' -1,-' Q!-' '5 . ,J f"f W fb, 'lil J 'lQ.'rf,f.'-jf" -...Spf-j 1 , - 122 L' 4 5. 1 Q35-77X -' :vi l 1 1 fi? Vlnkl 1? 'W' " TY' mn.. ,. . ,, -- ,Sa ,v s,M.,5., . . i 4, 1 41.1. ,aff A? - w ,aaa ei 4' , -aff' . ,J , .. V ,- . ft f X i . X , . 0 KJ- K " tlxrf , r 3: X. Tv F? f ' ? we .fa it ' ,- fs A ' ' S. . aeitiwrs i fu 3 1 .-fe S V ff 2 yr. r' ' 'XV-, A p HENRY WILLIAM HARMS R Appointed from Senatorial South Dakota. fi - .' I Address on Graduation Leave: XlVSl1tW0l'l.ll, S. Dak. A '4 - N W "Swede," "Re1'eilIe," "Se1'gcanl."' "R Vi iajlgfb ,V Sergeant, Actmg Sergeant, Sharpsliooter, liaseball Squad 127, J :7 4 wwgwmy Baskemaii squad 425, An h l 7,13 N' ' WAS skimming Cullum's glist'ning floor, X X W That Henry said to a fair l... P., 1 1' I- i fr" I ' 1 'N Igi 1, A5 Your style and manner charm me so Y l It ' ' ' ff, That I could dance till reveillef' , J f' E 'lj I We don't see how Henry ever made such a faux pas, for A 50 J 22 sk' when- we close our eyes and conjure him up vvensee him hi W9 9 2 sf, A , Us not the beau galant of the ballroom, but back 1n 1321 4 L Q' W3-5 with his feet on the table and a cigar in his face. A 3.11, - - - - . 2,291 . stogie, cheroot, three for a nickel, or choice Havana- Egg rmliggj ln 2 4. they all taste good to him. Give him anything that looks Xf x-fb eff:-'7'f -J' 9 0' ' like a cigar and the baseball clope sheet, and he asks no ' f if Q -sm, , 2 Q5 - ,lf w 'N Q 7' l rf iff lv Q, Kg 9, S ' 53' QA , Q . more of the world. I-le served a three years, apprentice- ship as a baseball scrub, but decided in first-class camp that polo was the game of games. When he wasn't . I lb-' Q A, giggle w Xxx- we W wi?" R . lllllii F EW M A l fl f x I , N, ' playing this he was flat on his tummy hugging his riHe on :W JH, . U the target range, and we confidently expected to see him If Eiljfiqb 'xg an expert, but the gods are fickle, even to a Northman, , wa ,IAI H flfgf ,U 4 and he joined the l9lZ sharpshooters, club. lg Q, ae' . ' T his 5 ' -. . .. a .. ,flag 2:19 . mf? if a '- W- 1 - :Q - 'f-Qs. 'NQFEJZZ : fa Hifi! ., fflibl -." 5' -35.25 es? Za' 2 J 's -. 5 ifyrlllt - ss f if-'S' gffiiiiilrlglrt, if - alll ' ' "'lW"'aE 5 ? X' 1 215 55' . 'WWE' sfillfllllillrllllll f ,l1. Q N fN:,gs 9, fx 4 ,ct QS l, ,Mal ff a ll il r earn, s.mqfr1y,.?,-.a simrwa 41flF'5N"?GEf lrll' lllllf f - all ' .fm ' X f 4"umm0l 4 A A i 0'lIm..!l97if-P703 I 'Q 9 fkivfmuv r 2 Q i am- 87 ' KV' rl 1 , " e W" l 'W' ""f0'.-e t ., uf'-W' X 'Q' W T- '4v4x fi' ' 04' f7 Q 9 N 1 " il IWW E 2 if ef L if -A - +ve? 7 ww A . -s 1. aims. 'mnhxv ' l3 'l ig pqaz l' -ulllllm, fear. sill i r in 'flllllmllf ' Xl?-1'..1 i 3 r , 43 E pry? 5 1 MIIB" 5' , , 'WIIIV' ' W : :gr .- F ' 1 E 5 , H 1 - , F f- WQ W 4 ' I ci K f ai 9 ' - 1 -L A ,. 3 5 355 nl V' A r K K , , Wu- 4 n. ' s f 5 .- numb --Elin, f , g :' Q ' I P 'qfm7"k?- 'Ci 3. f If - " -w -m lb., f L ,,-- - Q X V - we , XX Q . X ww- .1 4.4.1 f V ' 1 .65 - ' ' . - NW, ". 'iff " l' '. ' A 9 I A c 'K -l f f' 3, -egg fm., . -si . ,v 5' - 7- 72 ' 15, 1 . , ' fs 5 12 6? - 2 2. is ' 1 aa Q l ! 'N WILLIAM COFFIN HARRISON I Appointed at Large. f Address on Graduation Leave: 1825 Wyoming Ave., 'XVashing- f ,,f XO ton, D. C. 1 I +30 M ll ly! 53 X o "Bill." Corporal, Sergeant, Acting Color-Sergeant, Star 643, Sha,-D. shooter, Baseball C5, 4, 3, 2, 13, "A" in Baseball, Captain of Base. ball Team 135, Manager of Basketball Team CD, Indoor Meet C4, SJ, Furlough Book Committee, Furlough Banquet Committee V , - C' ' l if 3 wi .I 5 J . H'f'fhX 986 K X ' J Q H981 l N N ,-!"' Hop Manager C4, 3, 2, lj, Cheer Leader, A.B., B..-X., Toast, New ,X ' Years. f' Z3l"4" 'B' " HEN 1912 graduates, Bill will leavebehind a ' . J ' -' pair of number twelves that will be hard to fill. . si ,f.,, 5 T, eo Ill.. .ati 27 Yes, that is the size of them, and it is said that 9 " "l"' - X i Il 2 3 after furlough he-dead-beat parade forntwo days because 0 l V' W ASR thereqvvasnt a pair 1n the Corps to lit hlm. B1ll has had 2 M,Y.' a varied career and has been successful at everything he 'QT E ?W0h4' E has tried-except one. Do you remember how the Engi- ,N K I fg g11'H"fQ,,'3i neers planned a surprise, and Billls great kick? Well, .-'?"'W"':.', 1, Q ' 9' X ' O f perhaps the goats were able to bribeihim. Several times 1 i ' S' W ' A i ,I -, l f he has been a quill,but chevrons rested lightly on him, and dfeicfg? 1 l'!'.f'fj.-. Q98 H E 'we could hardly call him a dis. fiend, so Bill fell. l-le ' ' ff rf. is seldom eats in the mess hall, never misses 'a hop, is at ap l gfiillljii 3 Y 'ln A home in a dress coat, on the area, on the baseball dia- n e' A niond, on the golf links, or any other place except thelrld- I ll ig M:i',j2 " it mg hall. Always cheerful. always ready for a good tlme, K ff!'f,', ' 4712 ,mmmliy and ln on everything, Bill IS what we call a good file. + o ass if 3' mm amy? fu:-'gg 4 -e -ami 9 'lilrfw A f' or-M fg, -s s-tw e 5 .c Q ffllllll lll'll'lllll G .9 S G X '39 g 5.1 'S' 4 13,7 4 " x, N -- ,Tid ll L. 'll Q Q-an ,airrqlilwrmxwgjgpnmjlvfia Aqfffgfgn ll - lv l ,mg :ml 4'lumm59 454 llumhm, 10 1 0.34 0tfg,,,mmrgE yum, if S8 -1 ray' YN 5 n n 1 s ' ' ff-A Sdlll i yl gum: - .1 Wa. f' EHS 95 A ,M i fr., , 1 ' ' '7f""i '5'sQw1"' I ' 1 ' 4 2 31. "ff2?'. " u rr . A I 1'jf! ,vv : f' 1: G' 1 wld LX .5 I ..- Q ' -il ft JE , EQ E ' :ff yan 2 '91--HS 5 . ' 27" 1 'Wg 5 f if E W'-I' ' eg - - aww f.tll'.!!!1's i s si' l ee: .sg W -' E 4- Sw Ri- e Y. M if ' .gr ' ' J A 12 2 n 2 2 2 i f 11, 7 I Willll Y " if Yum :futon K. g l I af XX. ' X! W- . fwf - Slut .Sa f 'Zn V 'Q ' Q 'e Y Y ' ryan.. i JOHN NATHANIEL HAUSER O' ly 1 Appointed from Tenth District of New York. ' E 'N Address on Graduation Leave: 226 East 10th St., New York, N. Y. Il- : fwlzt-v - .. .. ,, .4416 N Doctof, Dutch. if Wy? N Corporal, Company Quarterinastei' Sergeant, Quartermaster, J is I Sharpshooter, Indoor Meet 44, 3, 2, lj, Class Numerals 449, Indoor . I r- Q X 2 ' Mem 44, 3, 2, 15. ls- ' . 'lg-ll X Af 5' x ' 9 ' ' ' 'M ERE we have the Very Reverend Doctor Hauser , 'JJ B' L tw gi? 'mwj of Brooklyn, friend and compatriot of Doctor ', .gfjjf,Zl- ,ft "5 N f . . . . Aw Ay ' J" cf - , Cook, general in chief of the tent pin department. xii ' ' G, r 9 l 2, A Hessian by birth, Doc excels whenever we meet him 29 'Z gf ggi? indoors. It is enchanting to see his sylph-like form float 1 sy 5 7 among the rings, over the cross-bars or horizontals, and in he does bring home the bacong but we must admit one lfgl l ' "0 -. very' damaging fault-he has fat ankles. But Doc is at bfi If 1 5 'Ill' ., 1 . . . . K 140' Q 3, his best on real, live horses, and after each visit to the 3 N , . 1-iding hall he is certain of bringing back the tanbark. 533531 an F -' . ' f B 1. V The memory of man runneth not to when our friend Q f .Again QM2495 ' - - :Ki 'jllllf 5 ka -1 p could not greet us wlth a cheery smile, and smiles mean Q 5 1- U Q , A friends. Who will gainsay that the man worth While is 5 'f A ull , 9 - - 5 9 ttmfiw f QM- Y 90,9 the man wlth the smile when the whole T. D. goes Vg vq H, ?g.:134.. Q sx .Sfg""3Q dead wrong. se. se. as za se, ae. vs. in , Wg ' ,V , 4 V . , Qs 'fgn ar-Q hnnl1f?pf 3 , umm, . . - ,. . . ffif!--sq "f . 'X . 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A W ? gl at .1s4,r'X '-.:,' Q ifgwiffg. f A ffl at V: ri? ll- Ruff .kgs 31.4, l VX sf. it - 4 'N MTS X 'Fai it f t? fr, f :Q ll ' i T , .J I +"o 49' '7 4 0 Ln Q 1 AW., . 95. 'C e g 'E if Mui L ' . at Sf iVY'g ' 5 Ji i , il i l Q. I4? X-,wil ' 4 Q t, ...ge wx Q. il X 1 Aw? x . S 5 . x X 4 Max a X ,. X ' N life .Sgr + X it T' wifi 4 Je- I 5 ' 15,65 ', f H Q25 5"f2f'i 4- ' l vi of ' K lg YF 1. W 6' 3 eggs' W ' X , . 5 ' A .WWI V 5 U . 4 V X T, 2 Q 0. , il 'L' 1 . get e earl 2 z, taxi? ig 5-Q .3 Dig 5.9, X, THOMAS JAY HAYES l Appointed from Tenth District of Ohio. Address on Graduation Leave: 214 South Sixth St., Ironton Ohio. "Tommy," "Tom," "Tots," Corporal, Acting Sergeant, Lieutenant, Sliarpshooter, Runt Football Team, Class Ring Committee, Furlough Banquet Com- mittee Toast "Furlough" at Furlougli Banquet, Reception Com- mittee 1915, Cullum Hall MD, I-Iowitzer Board. T was long ago that we first met Tom, sitting on his unpacked trunk, with a look of gloom on his face and doubt in his eyes. Said he, "I clonit know who you are or what you think about it, but l am here to stick, and this joint falls a long way short of its prospectus." From this you can see that he is some sad. l-le hadnit been here fifteen minutes, either. l-le felt then that he had made a mistake, but he rolled up his sleeves finsiclej and rolled clown his trousers foutsidel and went to work. l-le brought his convictions with him. l'le has stuck to them, following the trail and playing the game as he saw it. It takes- a pretty good man to do that, and how well 'la A sw fl fb 14153 'K ,f ffm Q ' sf X +L.L,L,A- l pit 2 Lois gf ' . K .'.ff,1lt fg gig, X l 5 ,saw , . QQ 1 gp""'4 6 1 L s J J lx 2, X I E! " ,Q 9 vff I J 1 'pf In: f f' , iff sea r 5 5 S' f 3.5 'H X mf Q x V A 3? V K X Q - 'v CX 2 Q W N ff!! 6, ' 'W S' 'Q S4 N . ' ln I it l 1 lf 1 5 x r gli i EQ 'll l AQ 'Q1l.:"f', 1 ' 3 C G 'Y O ' f J wel 1+ V' I'-fx - ix'f1-1.35 -.x-liar. Asif f ' Q V.,,,,, , .,.,..,, y EE..4?RSs'? ' 59,1 0,3 x 5 if 'il 5 K .ci fn ,JV I it x I, V ,. it 1 1 fl ,jx file, w "' . -if - gi. he has done 1t we all know. l-le rents a seat by the year A ' all at the football and baseball games, uses it himself, and jliffl you can hear him a mile. Us It It '62 R. 92 p'Q""."'5' "i'52Q:', -Q . A "',f12ig, ' - M gum it ,.., , , ,, , , , . f W-sxii '.K5'5"'u'3'm"""555 ,Eff - Q'W"'lmm 'fx ,.sfsEEf:- 3 :Til-5?:2l':fl 5 W EQIUQ i - 'ii f?'7:?QilE-QI.::..:L if 1. s. ml 49 49 -3A-,....,""Q:- in X V , W Q Q N : - f'5QQQgEe,-44-1: -- T' , X W Q ,fj,77fT.:-C,-Q""'-W ,Q 4, 'ff 1, retail . Q 2 gs 5 ss E f'-gill", g L Q 'fu v' f 5 ' Q ry ' , ,if:?U'tu,i'NS E e'fWrfl"eifliii.'ll.t e,,a"fa2 ie 2 55 5 ff' sfilai-ill'iWi. e-- f 'f rlilll W ilu 5'l"'0' 5 g We ' N 'vlmilmii' hillll.lllltllllllllll'TK ' an lgivlh ag, IZ-all ' ,Taq 4254? 1 egm'ei l,211iil.l1a-li k fl ii ill , 441.11 " ' ?40ll11llBwlllwM ill l nfmq, ,hZ'F?fIlm'lll 061 sll mliiuglnlxisgi ' ll i nm ' ii IE 90 fl Qxl Xin has stoocl four. years of the West Point treatment qffffflilr- N- -Q ,-fy f xg ,rn ,. T. 7 vnu qv ' N f un , v Nt e ni V Y J- : A I 5 35 v E QNX' 1 , .- 41'-V xx rl 6 ff, ., w ff . ,M lllf " 4-F 355 nl 4 ? ' mg' " " '5' X' - S., We sg' ,'4 2 ' , ' 2 WW Q Eifffrlzu g 1 5 Sa i EW, E "ti lQ2i5'452. 3gf L '99 5 . its E f ' E agp' A X di A i ff' i S ' S " ,E 2 ,W . - g A . . t unnis ' w g aw 32 ee ef if t ' ' ' f mi it , is I JW 51 N I gy : V ,lllllnv .gn 9 ti i " 7 ' Viagra ' 1 f . ' 'Q T I A xi X AL, ff xx ' . W X ,.,. , 9554 1- , 4 :. tr ,fy 5 2 ,. ' lgtsiiii! if - 4l. .,,r,,1f. , . I J.. A ,y. Nm 5153 25251 - X 1 -. ' iw' r N ,md ls. .Q Ss -r , ' gig? 'Q , 3 9 'S' Q1 -' 'Iwi-" ', ,f Q ' W 'ity' W' r 9 s ff -A ww -ff ' ev. 37' .712 Q- ' Q ii? 3 ' " , W '5 ' ., r -was ' f at f-if ,gain , f .4- - WZ.-eissife-'ffiiff Er Q , ' as ,, ft JOHN HARTWELL HINEIVION L 5 X " r . , V 4 A 'rdf' s 1 D't' fA-1 . XX ly ig u 32531-252 .,n'Afza2a,i3xgat3j LegiazC3f:,m,'i,exis Way? 97 C Y Y v Hermc, Hopcard. My H - xv l ""f-"' 4? Q1 gs u orporal. .SC1L'CE1l1ll, Lieutenant, Sharpshooter, A U in Fenc- K7 lv mg 125, 11 cncmg Team CED, Class Numerals 425, Fencing .Squad 4 Q 'V 7' N t -Deli! 14, 3, 2. 13. - MXL - N r .. . , rf if f H , EM . I 6 INEMON 1S the only man that we know of who' 'sis ' f av IRQ e C-'E X X y i xy will 4 5 All without becoming excessively sober-minolecl, espe-, gray. ' ,fl , 'f I , 'ie cially during the reveille periocl of the clay. I-leinie, how- Q.: 'Un " 71 - - :.32:1'e+Qg,i' ff12L"' ZH K. s , ,Q 01 ever, seems to have imbibed a great deal of Arkansas wg, , +-MSW ,fy ji B 2 V, . . . -ar V Ai? E72 G Q ' sunshine and he is always cheerful, even when there is not 11' ,llgffh another happy soul in barracks fl-leinie is learning to play aff' lg? the cornetj. This quality makes him such a great favor- i .qei ' iti with pi? society thatl on holicilqayif ang Sufioglays he .imiv W ' ta es rea ast ony in tie mess a . ne a y was Q2 5 2, 1435 heard to remark, .fl always like Mr. Hinemon-he acts 7,,,3,5,.!f,f.. '9'2',rQ as though he really enjoyed my clinnerf' His well- 35 - trained left arm has been an important factor in fencing Q, W . meets and he deserves credit for the long hours he has Q- E3f",..,,ii?E9, 'gg' 4 spent in attaining the skill which he possesses. Here and fx .L - ,f,f,f X . , . - 'ri+rc',i'g N M .,f. Q- 5 now we thank that left arm for the part that it playecl in - - - . . 'J ,Q A hi the last Intercollegiate Meet in New York. I! Z W --4. A 'I -f , ,Q H .. ., .,,-5sg5m 5' U 593' H.-11,4 , i fqiifgagefe'1eaz'aT7'1f.:x N..QgLi't'1T,4ig2gsi A A RQ 'K S ga' -,gs 1: , ff' 1- ff5?ffEgji3Z5?EfEiEF?lr ":f-.ffsfafiqrlitf ss- F., a iw Q " .f . sg -14fzf!5fEisa2l1.XWif 5 f can '- -are es .9 gjfifnyffifiwirirxtit Qimmi 5 -i-, , ff ,, ,tl, as 1 5 " ' 5' " l X1 I f " X--?""'1 f 4 " 'V NEW!! "Lii.lll'-liillkrtlffl. igfffgilliilmligrxsi tu frvgaff zsgj 421 if img?-rWr2rg2QiQQ,,Q'5g,:, , A 1 . 59 ' -' 'Q'--f f 'rr 5, :I 4 4: w- 55" ,ygf 5' y,r1'1555,.' A fl ' ' F W'l1n1ilf5YiiWlh B 1 fl Illum A A N 5 '13 l l ' Q- 91 'i FV' N""'ll5fW5"., lm' V3 K W7 .""'l" N Y" l 5 l I M4 -ff' t- 'ex 1:33 S ' u--'fZ'?'wif3i?': fa New 3 K2 . F W- S Q10 Q f 5 5 A ' by? ' N ,ggi g ' - 1 rf I .P , : i - i 1593 Q : an--5 5 ja' f '-ff ' 2 rf- is ,rf . , l s, 5 F. 'ik' Illiiiifi' l ri mum" S -'fl A ' N-mum' gf 1 ga s - f 4 1 - l . l it Q rt z . S l Z 'QE ll 'H , X ig 'UF ffl' if NRNN. - X f ' ' - . 4' fl it at i X we ,.n, ff 1, -ur M ? X, f -1 , Er i n s, xx Y XXX' 'j ' I ' AT - S '- N CV' tl '9 - f ' , 0 ' 9 ,5?i,g2. 2 f ,f 2 2 f Q 425- f 'fa . , , ,x. ,,g 4 rf f J . if f ' w . 2 Q s ' , -- '51 .3- Q 34 1 f " .r 1, ' 4 1 0, QW i KX X WILLIAM HORACE HOBSON rx If A Q -' X2 Appointed from Senatorial Tennessee. Q2 . if Address on Graduation Leave: Somerville, Tenn. N 4. 1, .5 ,, . . 0 ' "Bunny," Bun," 'fNzgger." - . 1 ' 8 N N - ff l f' I' .W , I Q E Q 1 Corporal, Sergeant, Acting First Sergeant, Lieutenant, Sharp- 'N ' fd' Eksx W ' shooter, Cullum Hall CAD, Ring Committee, Horse Show, il . -5- ' - A . . S 1 S we gygfllr . 1. OBSON 1s, par excellence, the ladies' man of the , 'JA 'X' 7. U class, for as a spoonoid he has outclistanced all 5 ,A X, ,Vt 1' . . Y i,l"!, lt'-fl X is 17 3-.5 competitors, even Billy Youngs, and stands at fo D " A F? 6, . 4 '1 . . . X O . Q7 ' 2 the very top. l-ie IS military as well, as may be gleaned if Qu 49 , at -Q -mi "" 3 FWQQAE Z? "I as Mia if X arg is . 1:1 :fb - V fl ' ' s X393 Q A i n Q ' - ' 'tml 3:sgQSgiin1n:Q4 we from the fact that he has had all kinds of makes, from Corporal up to Lieutenant, which latter post he now oc- cupies to C. Companyis admiration. Bun is in continual fear for his life in the riding hall and many are the wild yells he emits when he thinks a horse humps up to kick at him. He and Kelly have a feud which originated in Camp Merritt and which rages in the area every night after supper. Polite and courteous Bunny is a sure enough Southern gentleman-what more do you want? qm0'm"WlI:f,,a-.' V 52367 'bf?gfgfgq , lbw. ----6" , . .Gain XX E:-1 iii xiilliil ' wifi, nf .- h ,Af X, N 5 S' 'iii .gl ,mis . le 'W DI 1 -' 2. X71- g1fIIl"i'ffQ1',T ' 5 5 we ,als NX. 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A rn . im, Wifi OCHWALT hails from the same State as Presi-K , Q ig. 1' . q 2 A -B! deint Taft. For three years he has made up, a n i-VJ ' 13 1' s ' large percentage of the guard strength of A: 'fQ,f,l' i 'P D "' "A 'Q Company. Acting in that capacity last summer on No. l, 'NSU I "b n M Q If W 9 ii 2, my he got a rise out of Bismarck, when the latter was ,re- . . - .. E2 . Vit! ? I , -2 turning from the cadet store, by calling out, Turn out - ' I ff 'r ii Cl- b f ii 1 f '1 H H' "o at ? .4 -iff? t e guar , mem er o t e roya ami y. is ne- 5 5 'Wa legged Charlie" is a constant source of delight to Wilbur 9 51 ,and Snow. Except for some brilliant flashes under Lieu- f , , . . . . fff' 3 i 5 tenant Cross able direction, l-llppo has spent most of his - 1 ' - - ' f -17g?ilXllflfi.9 T f' ig , ' time as a member of the immortal goats. He bones 'gig 45, enough tenths, however, to keep himself well out of the, gi Xl ftfc reach Of the Academic Board and next year we will - . - - . - J iigi5,i,,1fgg,f- wziriffri' A 'SQ 'I ' 'U probably see him wearing a red stripe and riding a bicycle. H., 'Ui i r .,, , ., Q Af mi. . ?rf'W" -- vw ,-,.H,:74iiiiixx N as Q, , arg? " j finfifrfesiiz'-zflifiisa - WLT-T" 1 'Ei - -' " i , 1 M --'I 44fa.TrSTfEFgs?f: . 'P "N 2.5225ifi?riEfl5'7E3-LEQ3'-X 5iiffigiiRlRlx 5' , '12,gi' ,f -X5 i .o ' Leilffiiiqlewwiifsfsilsee,-gil effimfsfigiiiiii aptwt f 'f 3 if fs W P 5 Q lffltgfflilli Wit am-gat ' ' r 1 fr' '- H 'fl A4 I .f 1 , if' 1' 5512, -Cii3'1ii5,e2fi,.g. Y '-sw, Q ,E 11iiQERi1i,i2if'f:i:si"ili?a wilillii E Vw Wlmnigfyllllli i.'f-"Mg ,, 93 I Q. A. J if i rv, Qmllluiafzsse WW! " 'W' S""'552Si?5?1: VL Z W' W Z is J- "fi R A Q r from Mzgxlwix ,wi E if' ' l 1 - fPI.61i16.QT:?.' - we -'eq 'wX1':r. BF--'S Q f 1 "f:5z.,ifs:... xt ,m ul 0 Xxx W Mllkx ,uma N "ff 1: 9 l , ,. N E i sa . ' ' E " " rf 5 E n' , lui 2 ' lltiibiifli 2 Www fum 5 L- if f -j if A ' ' 5 5 fsffgofb' A LE Ewnllllu- ' " We 1 murmur qllmlllr fi -'Ill . - Ir s , - I " 3 'm E Wil 4" . QW'-ie I i 5 f H 1 5 I 4 0. l Vi ' 3 m l i I E A-.fsiigftig , , - fl , 'I' "' -x - 1 f 1 i xl .. SN "uf" , "' A' 5321 . 4 ' l a Q WY 05 -'lt 99 s 4 !' V 2 ,E , Q ff wg ffm . - -we Q' . frff'-'Q-.1 . 'IQ 'gl , 4 , 5 -Aiwa -E LQ. 6 f,.f-ogg., Qty: 19, - . , - Q , 1 ' r RALPH CADOT HOLLIDAY ' U If Appointed from Fifteenth District of Illinois. v , Address on Graduation Leave: Kirkwood, Ill. ' 4 xf . ff 11 . - ' - Cadet. 1 , X ga 4 Q ' Cleansleeve, Sliarpsliooter, Hundredth Night CS, 25, Choir C4, I sph ' KAI' 5 W .X -Y, 3, 2, 15, cies club cl, sy, A.B. 4 ' I I9 3 N . 5 , . - ! .'iAX3,. ADOT ,enjoys companionship, a good tea iight, .fvggyflig ! ! I 2 I c A plenty to eat, and lots of time to sleep. Cur fore- 419K if All w - - -l if ll, Jil? Q . Q59 lim. - fl' 1. most P. Ser, his greatest pleasure is to doll up for QT i Q QL 'if' these occasions, and there isnit a place on the post where Q . he isn't received with open arms, for he makes friends ij -,qt-. 'M ' --Tv' . . . -11. 7' Wy ,g "X ,1 ff E27 sgsiz. and keeps them-a good trait, considering. l-le has 113 51 -xwlif, X ff, Fifi "1-sic' ' S-iii:-1? "'- hope for any branch of the service he may be lucky enough jig' ximi "Ne I "'lAQv9 , ., , ,fi to strike, and can easil be convinced that our favorite 'V ' --A " V ' . y y 15- 1 , IS as good as his. A great booster has he been for ,jj 3' QQ,.f?- 4'jFW? l-lundredth Night and color lines in camp, and without E' .1-fx! 15,34 I.-oc? N him there Would have been less success in musical circles. N ' . -4. :A - .4-- X . 'M-N -,QQ -ff, 'ff N ,zigg y Cadot never cared much for makes, but rose to an actin '. in H594 J 1 TQ" At' . . - 8 - '.-fcff'+w"f!i ' QQ Corporal in yearlmg camp, until the Commandant got .-A ss -' ' of - . -. W 'xgnzsws at-gwyj Quit' 1 wise and Hbustedi' him before he rabbed the chevrons. lg f'fsifm',,x'a' lfflgilg .Q -- , ' ' fail. -il Q- . ' 2 is .. '5,5?',"s:'l'lfl slllt-X-,Y 1' . - A ' 'LJ' Y- ii.4 f fl 7 "Z9"C:Y5i"iffy-19f?3E2E" I i , 'T' i . YT! lliil'ffS'lilllikllifff-lfiilfi ' :.f.fff,",'14l'.f:F3'c!gtifpxg if ' 'f V . Q51 'mfxiik X., ,7Qg'g.4fi,i',s'-.455 5,-Pj.: , -.-,.',cffj' C71 fl' gil: '.4', fQigilli'x'w'Nlg ,:'QZl3l-vw-V11-. A ,Q . ill? I f W fzlfflf l 'FF U: ig toafgli of iw 'mn il it 94 ' ,.,. f nu Q,- je 517' l:. W . x11lll Q:?gg Q ' mm 4 Q In 15 7. 1 5 U EW 4 A , X 5 ' :iv " 1 f llllllf' vit P 'ill' 5 -Qnnf g 5 2 IW' -lfllllgl,-2 P ' -5 JIM' , il 1' 4 4, sf. i . W7 ?""l" SWE N I e We ff 9 'X N l 5 ,fix 'Q bg? ggi X is 2 i ' I '- 6 , 71 11" I W I Q '- i ' 'nf if 't" 9f3. a,,a,' I 472 , E1 2 :ami J WH!! s If y W ' 4 I ' VZ, 5 S N f, ,txf-by ,K v 'Q . , at 5' " 4' If W 1 4 Q 1 1 sm, E 1 5 I ,iw ? Q? -1 g 0 ll - f ff w. i . S 'vii Q , ,, 1 - ,r t if 1 . . . ., 'fig it t -1 v - . .t . ia' - QT -155 it 2 he 'M sf i o f if f Q E 1 V Veigjii . as ' I -VT ' is K ifgifxffi " g 2 1 'ff ... 0. 2 it ! W lm Q It 4 l 2 T Wulnvv l 1 imp, at . i , J. if x 'until' 'UUHIILA - Xa A., , gtg 5 .. .J f . I .. as 4 If I , be- IZ '74 . q :"f?F'155Z V gags. i. '. -. , . , . : 9 ef ,' f'iQ1P,ff?g 5 g Q M.. .. I 9 Ovjl Jw 1- . J , 0 'lj 0 an if 2' Z, bak? wx 5 if . IW A 1.47 -..:-. .-9. ff. -.,.' 1- I , sv H' f .A .gg 9 .Q ,?.f,'x7g,f., 2.41, 'Q 2 1 a w . -SHE Q 4 ef? t asf ' as J - - Imzv-'fs P f -1 is fr Zu i QI: M i fi' it : L . J W , .525-X! ' I it ROBERT F. HYATT i Appointed from Sixth District of Arkansas. 'ji Aclclress on Graduatiog keave: Monticello, Ark. 7 Corporal, Acting Color Serggaiit, Pistol Expert, Sliarpsliooter, , X 97 4? 'Q' lg Baseball Team C5, 4, 3, 2, D, Football Team C-L, 3, 2, lj, Captain My Q IN of Football Team llj, "A" in Football C4, 3. 2, lj, HA" in Base- Z1 ,f,m ' 'Q ball C5, 4, 3, 2, 11, Captain of T'raclc Team, Track Team 14, 3, , X 75 5 lb, Indoor Meet Cixi, 2, 13, Outdoor Meet C4, 3, 2, lj, Hop 4 ' X ,f n MX L i'Z11l2l.gCl' 44, 3, 2, 15. 1.5. , f' , Q . . xl A ' wi .- g OR four consecutive years Bob has held down the Si, -f i , S .7 ,r Ib. 5 ' ' ' Ah ' . . . . ' :fin J N ' if E W bv ,, most important positions in baseball and football- , e I, ' H-95:5 - fa U X , . . . lmrff .i'I14y.' gi mn A .N w no small honor. l-lis coolness on the athletic field is is 1 VA Kyiv- fo If B 0112, proverbial, and he will always be remembered as one of Q fl 6, 7 Q 7 the best athletes West Point ever produced. When 1912 by M I' J fx.. 'U X - graduates and Hyatt ceases to wear the lcaydet gray 1 - there will be deep sorrow at West Point and great re- N, 5. mlm joicing in old Crabtown. When the Hrst bunch of makes ',lx""" sm' f"I was published he ranked high among them, but soon 4 , 7 ' gained the re utation, among the tacs., of bein entirely ,. .552 -M SS? 'Q 9 4 N .f . . P . . . - g - -.'-AM 5-bm ., '11, Q V too indifferent, with the inevitable result. Perhaps he 9- - ., ,IM ' has been indifferent toward mere rank, for didnit he tell f -i f v, Q I 11 . the Navy team in 1908, while a plebe, himself, 'il would , ' f 1'-, .3 99' sooner be a plebe at West Point than Admiral of your J . .,f?'iQf7c1.w 4 'Nl ,V"" ' as '. itll ., ',-.fi X-.,t,rf.i D t Q whole damned Navy. And on the whole he has spent 3 EW,Q,b Y ,ff g r ' his time well. See the list above. lg sz, M, le, ' i"',f'.li1"'14, A -V53 . . QW 1.551722 gf ,, .. i ' 95 . ' ff'?f-- .I killer 1 ,DWL e:.4.v,, x1q2m?5- ,Wi f:',,l,.,,. s- if tt V 'mt 2 . -it .tt 2 r 5 t ef - -',,,..--f,,1:f:,E' "2 X 5 ' 1 4 . 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Wai.. i 'faq 0' li,'?.?-5' " 993' ., N 4 allow, Q09 292- F 'qilgn 90 W 54 TID ss IIQAWMIW nu inlusmli 41' uf' F A .I N - r 9 Alfmxn, 'A Q 001:11 'H im n-fs-sf .Veh- Arg!-3vi4'31 if., fist. sa, A 6' Q' . U Q- IMI .f. 4 DAVENPORT JOHNSON Appointed from Third District of Texas. Address on Graduation Leave: Tyler, Texas. "J0h1l71i1'." Corporal, A.B. OHNNIE can and does argue on any subject that may he brought up, but his specialty is getting Chen down or bringing the Crowley to lVlucker's shining face. His B., B., 8: B. bill will attest to his popu- larity with the ladies, and every afternoon in camp you could see him strolling along Flirtation, a parasol in his hand and a look of devotion on his face, explaining the charms of Army life to the sweet young thing at his side. Yes, Johnnie is cute and is a true Southern cavalier, having been horn in Texas. A line horseman, a wonder- ful polo player, a true cavalryman-thatis Johnnie. Once he slipped one over on the bunch and joined the quills, fy' 0"k"x. is 'mv ,,,,, Ill! ifiiunil s lil In ,ig lm HAE r 4 i sf'rr' e . ' ' QW: as N : 0, 2 . s ' Y' -T4 3f,'5':: ' J 2 b 5 9 Q r . - iggtgamls : 5 , B 4-'I Ji .L lib R " - 'W 'Q 5 X It 'VIIIIDU' ll wi --gl:g4'l M viii . w 1 , Lars - 5 X X lbs S W , FA' 5. l R r yr ati x A R is N 'r ' WWW? T gli! v- A3 ., f , N x Mr . H. A ' . ..- r ssl: J NL' Q . Hi li unilii i i. O fi 9 U '22, " e A 55.553-ff ' ef' We Q' fs Q 'iff X: J -mf n J, X 7-4 I-ew' ,pi 4 , t , O ji rg 'Ni 96 : 'Kr f S . 6 e r ...wgij A sf, WA v :Jive-X fb-0 e- X eff' " t ' 2 5 I X q',xv' 'iffb-N - 1' ' .t fbi, 'G S ' ' ,a2'Ka' , 'S V.:-Rf: 1 Q' I X7 if v U X 6 5 7 I r f ' X nl 1 'W' ' viii 5 , ,.1..y,x,,l s xsiw-im . it ff ' 5' l V it QE I Willa Q X xv X x E fx XV H -Q .s iw it if ' :, x N ,A g 955- N. my 5 2 1' x 5 -il -X 11,9 5 , 5 ' , QQ 5 5 a. il " ! 1 'VY 1 LJ- 171' ' is 1, r . . I P ii: " A Qhtq but Johnnle was at sea in that company and soon was 'fl if grille Y ' 'gg back with the gang, wiser but not sadder. IQ, be lg pf" f'5'34, .-X. x Q' it A o o . K at 'ti Wmmmll 25 V , --AQ' his fx-. . 2' " fi' -' , T: X iw it 53 r W. Sym S23 " 1 - ..-frf-grit. . as -' . ,f .5-'ss :ree -. E 5- U -s e ... !f'5fEiti,,T5Ei:'-i A r 2: F . is g s '::',f. - i ,. gg f f'-5' ,gf 'gsgg-.-i-3 5 :ff ' -' 1, lk 2',,-g. 'Hifi lr X' :QI gat 'Q Z0 f 5 ' iii - 4+ 6 -, N , Q, ' 1 35,15 x 9 I P li V Q 1. 1' is A en 'l E P sa4...,.,,amm 5-fdflllllfrrffmm-f.:.m1 'ht-. K ' 96 ff A W ' 7 1 -- . V, .... .-- " ""' ff' fl ' Nm, V H., , I, r x -:Q f f 6 :Q-11.91 ' y "- I" " ff., Q ff, -.jx M ,ttf sqg xx rl, - f ' .gQQIi3f't"tl' 1 win: K ', mxyiimf 5 1lllll4m ' ,, X rss?-S ei Q " 1-mfs' 'f fa att? 'rf 1 H fnlllllllgr- 1, fa 40 U' , , 1 qmnv- Q gif g ' ' V fl' I E ' , f ' . l , . - .Q , . , 1 55 .M gy li. ' - A 'ig 5 ,L , N . , 1 trgi t e v as xi s f: ' 1 , ' - -ag P X aff... f .JA ' fr-re 1- . ' f s- -"' sta 5, r 1 5 Nbffjigffiii 4 -,J 'L' f- ' . H ' Q UQ : I: yi! 7 . 0 x g .7139 , ' .gina . - firm JAMES H. JOHNSON Appointed from Eleventh District of Kentucky. Address on Graduation Leave: London, Ky. ' "Siler," "Harvey," Sergeant, Sharpshooter, Horse Show. A.B., HA. 0 Z llv ' i4 'ity a . If , X . s v,2rf,fgff.f 2 f is l 1 4 23312 11 l fri 322' , VW" N . J L, 5 2? f 41 sk 4 1 5 : s f i 2 MA 'SQ .5 X I 554 ' . . W' I' 5 ' f 'G 15' BJ gf, ,r il I gi: 117' f . 2:-jg oj oar , 7' 0 if ,ga Q f ' 1 N? 95 'm W ,, SQQVIQ 9 Ln 1 ' ' .uaffig 2 'Q . X ' O ' if Y f Y-' N, u , gl 5 I 4 I y 9 My x E ff' f X 1 ' li , N 1 . . ,, . 3 N . WAY back in the dim past, the fame of West Point Q A Gi , "il, .xgiw ' having spreadvto the inmost recesses of'Ken- i V tucky, a school teacher, attracted by the glamor - - V Q V of the life as one of Uncle Sam's pampered pets, decided 5?lF'!"f',' I, U i H 22 Q -QQ. to become one of our nation's protectors. I-le hails from fe H 'UL ' W , ,Q lm London Clientuckyl, and in his own words, HI used to ..,, , Mitt' f g f: .ZNJTF know something, but I have forgotten what it was." ":if'f,. , F3231 . - :fi .1:,rli'.,f - 'f 4 Long before furlough the glamor wore off, and he IS still 551254-j 45:-"B, Pfgvw 'gf' . - 1-' UAB 5? , trying to find out why on earth he came here, when Lgzfi? . 13 'T . . , . . '.f",,,Qf .21-.t' 1 .jyffi 12, sold1er1ng doesnt agree with a peace-loving man. On L .rf f- Q. . . . i ,-ae ' 'l'gQf'-,-.fi f , ,L furlough Dan Cupid hit him hard, but he soon got over 5 it 1' ff 1' ' H ' ' - 1 'Qi' f',..xPf133,' 2' ' ,q 1t and now says, How in the devil can a fellow be in -9 143 A, . . ,, . . - 'Q E21 "5"-?' J if gb':.,.m,W'Q2s love in this place? As a plehe, his reputation as a 1' i"- " ffl' Ts ' A cc sa - - - "f, "Q" M" It spec was well earned, but the name irritated him, and ' N now, in place of studying, a nice quiet snooze suits Harvef .,,,. . , .Q hi tif 'S-,12E12E555faff2ilil1l G! 42:1-ifvs':fgfriiesfgff QL" :Yfv he f-:satin-We '--'5gfj1nH,inav,l is . 2 . Q EJ Q '- 3?fl'f'f.'fliiliixtrrhl- f ' f' 7yv:1-.LQFQEEES f i. ,-. gfftfffiiziillwirxl , N Q iaxkxxf -srM221iliiizlifuieisitztwffi 97 .- f Q- W ' " ' ww mm N ' ' 5. 4 S wa .,: . f A .rw n i f' Q- it nggfwi-,gg Bti. Moa' - 'SN MW mms sun 1' - x 4 5 E sm? ' ' Sri? t 22? 5 QW 5, 4 : 1 'g 5 t, ig 5 5 i E -MMS f 'ff-N 5 - 2 5 A li 1 - S 5 4-.es 5 ,mul ...slung f Egan! . . rw? 1 an muy illlilav' . 1 115' r 432' s.,'!5l,,,,,,, -'ww' 2 2 ' 1 : N l A s, i ' E 3 ! if 1 5' , 5 llllly Q rllln s i A jfllllllr i TN i N ' f X , I - 1, .V Etivlil - c 1 . i ifi-1:59. If 4" ragga, ' 5, . , 3 as we - i - ' f S29 : if ' 1. sf l l 7 1 ' 'Q-ii" - E M y ' Q f ' I' E3 1 2 1 ' N vi y 5 ya . BYRON QUIMBY JONES X . , Appointed from Thirty-second District of New York. gl? fuk' Address on Graduation Leave: Henrietta, N. Y. Cleansleeve, Sharpshooter, Horse Show, A.B. Q. IS a mucky little anarchist Whose sole ambition is to keep the crowned head uneasy. To this end - Www' "ii" y 3 1,3 2,51 , 5 41 'Q' g x3 ' tl -he devotes his time and talents, and, needless to say, he is usually very successful. Though he has spent the greater part of his kaydet life in wandering carelessly up i ll 2, and down the area, he hasnit been lbluffed yet. The 5 4 e damn. umm .t D i K Q, T WSIB is .Wits f fir. EN X W ci H ' -1 15' 'NX' AA O . ,ix 5 i class to a man voted him the B. J.est of their number. V l-lis most ingenious coup d'etat, pulled off in our plelae camp, operated to place him in our midst, and though we Qfdw " ' u"":'. 5l was not as small as one naturally would think to judge Q !! ' 1 , from the size. l-le boned up such a bootlick on the 4 . 39 "E g 4 AS. ,llxl l 1-ATF X V0 hygiene department that the medicos showed their anxiety 5 ' for his health by prescribing a little exercise on the area. I I, .rr W 1. . . ..-:amd V ' in-Ax . '11, Q. -' lull. i "', U 1. Independent and determined ones will succeed in what- 5 tif ' ever he undertakes and good luck to- him in the doing '54 - ' VY: V' f-lil 5 -9' ' LW -gg. 4. . . 1 Mug. 9l"'9fx" ' ' WW' gig., ' '25-fig: - TWT' . O lt. L ,ft l. iw. fa L 3 - Z KX, 3x ' . yy 1 U ll Q ll G I" 4- " ,f-A ,ullll 'Ea jiililtfghl regret his hard luck, we are glad of the addition, which R352 '-L--sw-7,,1.' 'wfrrjjgfifxjlf :., ,L , 9 g gy, - : 1,9 . ,,' - 95 2 .g 2 ' D ,Z!i:':'5..:e?1 V! A X' l . .t 5 I M x I , Q f QS es? A a ' fstfxxiw 'Qt mwn' ' ' EQ 1.5 ' E S , ' 7,1 Q Q Y f s 'L - V we sl J 'Wy l xx , , f .. s Y N f an at we. ue. re. at as It ve. . X a s -E-H 1 ' Y Q x X ffl Q 1 mmm , . 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' - 'r-fif?l' lf X ,f ' X Q l A-l mmf KT: ,nfl X J JOHN DUNCAN KELLY Wi llfy .Aix - Appointed from South Carolina. V Address on G1'adL1atior3j75axE: jl1i2rf35JE?23iill St., Columbia, S. C. "R Acting Sergeant, Indoor Meet 14, V3, 2, 15, Class Numerals g,I5? I I C4, 3, 2, 13, Champion Gymnasi LED, Second Gymnast CSD, A.B. xxfdlfl . P ' ' cg' l LN I 'I flyha x UR first glimpse of Kelly was at Fort Slocum, 4 - when he, w1th T. D. Martin, sauntered into the -:ala 'jx X my My exam. room in a charming tin school uniform 'with' Ai 5, Aa corporal chevrons on it. We were dumfounded to see him later as a beast sounding off his absurd P. .C. S. like 'Q :V fb dl" . 'Q-Q sffiii 'the rest. of us. He says his great aim in life is "to make Lia ,jifjfisfr .,'.il'l' J .4 -1 vi-if . . ,, . if ,5Qj.f7 of hlsself a cavalry gmeral, and to this end he bones ' " polo and riding with much life. Our most skillful gym- QQ .'.,f,.lP' V A nast, John D. has done much towards keeping up our class , f record by winning the gymnastic championshiti last year. : 0 ', :J .fl ' ' - ' -1-Q-6.11. Q: s ,,W,.!4 , waz . Y, Among his many accomp ishments are rope c im mg, as uun, 5 lei 1 :. Q '4 YQ displayed at Sandy I-look and playing the phonograph - 'sf - - .NIA v for-.xr ty Wlxlmf .5 - - ' , , 4 ' E - - " A524lv?l'll'af' 'F' ' '-ef ' 'Q as Irresistibly funny, always droll, and under it all a good .L 4,5 '-ai. X , gg fellow, it is no wonder that Kelly is a great favorite Arqg :fv'.Ql2,, 6 among his classmates. "Yes, sah, over in Germany f'Qf'f':" K there was a female bakery." 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R I x ., X3 Q. it -1-1 1 ' E'?q4i'iiiill'l"1 - , - , 4 g gf , -A ' ,- f 'G Qliiw - -f sg Q 1 'X ' 1 .4 1 ea 4 3 NEW 1 sm ' ,ix XY . ' - A "" ll ' 5 ox l 1 . " at A QQ? E Q5 'tu ff' - : 2+ -is 'M' 1 as ' ff - fir 'i Q 1 ..-QS. 3 E .f f .. - - a X - il- ff ' -sew'--we s fm Ll 5.0 Arm Gunn Address or1 Graduation Leave: 419 West Beard Ave., Syracuse, N. Y. WALTER GLENN KILNER ointed from Twenty-ninth District of New York. "Illike," "D1ttcl1." on C M x mi' 1 , .MM . 1 My J I 'Q x Q- Q s N , l 4 xx 1632 e S 1 ' 0"""' - 1 s - A 1' S si - 1 r B b ll "INN- gli? S Eloipora , eigeant, c ing ergeant, mips 100 er, ase a .wwf N, q57,Hk S dC4,2J,Id M rq4,3,2,1D.S - Lg ' X taciiiaof Dialecftliiz cgocielgrzj President gfogilee Elub, Hundredth Dlglst , N Cast C3, 2, lj, Furlough Show Committee, Class Numerals, Plebe , ,h 1 Detail, choir, 11.13. ' X ,J V ERE. we have one of the musical stars of the il' J ls! ' class, to whom, with Faymonvllle, the Corps is ghh Mmm , debtor for many a Saturday evening concert in M A ' V X " jj H 22 Q2 the Dialectic. Being melodiously inclined, one is not U H 5 '- 1 I E 541 surprised to find him on Christmas leave in the bald- sa, qt, if 'QQ headed row of a musical comedy. However, since the 1 '1 appearance of the hair cure invented for his special bene- . is W 'X il f,, Ht, he is no longer confined to that part of the house. x.x 1v1, Y' llll 5 Dutch has a penchant for automobiles and has decided k ggi " 'A that an underslung Regal Thirty is necessary to make life 25 RQj'j'5.f:.g! Wk 2 complete. The beasts whom he so terrified would never , 'S E . 1 . . . . . - g - ..-Wx. .3 gg .f.,b"lfQ'v' fl 3 recognize in him that alluring danseuse who has so often - nie? 5 . charmed l'lundredth Night audiences. One of our 5? SMiQeuu117,f51. 39, steady men in our indoor meets, he regularly contributed -' xl N to l9l2's many successes in the gym. When l9l l lost Kilner they did us a good turn. It It R N. 2, X 'i'."jI,g'f :.5555iiutts :i fix' lmlhm, K f , ,inn trgzix-::?:s" in W ' "4 3 x QR.. 1' .Hgh ,I ' !,.. ,.CIjl'ii'.1...i. kg-:i lQ:S -SS 1 , A "'1i fig? 5 A M 1, 'iffh 7? -fis 1325? lN.Lt..'T,?i'-,'!ll ' 1 f- f 5 if if 1 ' g , 1!1fi1f'f'f.1"1fEg?55::.- iiriifafisiiillh 94'-.g,E ,Q i BE, X li 4 'MQ 31 - i , ' '1 3fffiililllllielixiiif -fifwffff fU5lw'1 ' 1 E- - il- ' if filii'iizflli121WTt323 W if -if ' .1 1fl!E'fliil ' me f - if -"ff ez. mil?-1,.f11-we 1-f, X- 1f.V+1i'11g,' f.......s11m iwflhillln' ...we 100 x 1 it it it V v 6: was -ss 1 fa-as ,Q -. .. , X 'mg rf' al l-7' 2Wi " MIA SML.-A.. -H A ' 4- -1 ,iv-V: ' 51:01 , iggsr r 1313! 4 J 1 J? fr y 476. ga V - - - 'g . 'ff l ., :1 . 2 Et"sE f .-it 1 E get A Q - ssl WIN 2 Zi' 'X 5 2 " - ,gig A., U ...ar-wg, - , assay ,wi - ,Him gglllllllv- , .535 Ji' ig .""' - 1 El ata ' Q ,, aw 2'- SE: I , N gf, i , E, '-'T - ' A ', .r 1 ' aiu . X1-g,' 3 ' . V .I K I YI .:,.2P",' 5 - tt .. l l Y Q ff Q Nagy, I X -, 7 . 1 L W? -'E ' -A - C5 - A - ef f- "'- l'c?'i' - 5 Y fg- f ' - if g g g .gl - f-"fre-gif.-. . e f K . rf-fi m fir JAMES KIRK lxxlg MW ,rf - ' X , f Appointed from Second District of Florida. Q - . A is . M: . Q QV V as- N IQ? 5 " 5 "4 , 9 U2 Q . Address on Graduation Leave: 401 Main Street, Jacksonville, Fla. "Giant," "Allligafo1'." Cleansleeve, Sharpsliooter, Cullum Hall Squad 1-lj, Football Squad 13, 2, lj, Flanker Football Team 142, Outdoor Meet 121, Toasted "The Ladies" New Yeai-'S Dinner, Class Nuinerals, A.B. HERE are so many things to say about limmy that one scarcely knows where to commence. His - three 'obsessing hobbies are femmes, cigars and Jl to M ,i f footballg as for the first, it seems that there is but one. fine 17 f, play Q 'G t Q L J 2' 'H ' 'b 'dh hD ' hlh 'N MQU49! 9 ig, V ovvever, it cant e Sal t. at t e octor s W o e eart Q ig? IS given to one femme, for with a box of i5-cent I-lavanas wi? Wi-35 disappearing at the rate of five per second, he seems to a,. .Qm' take no small interest in his Lacly Nicotine. As to foot- ',,' 1. fy : - ' ball, Jimmy is a good lighter and is truly one of the best h and most faithful scrubs that have ever macle the team "filet-V, possible. We forgot to state that the title "Doc" is not B E merely a jest, but a bona fide degree from the medical . X K department at the U. lVl. A. I-le is the,exception 1 1 fm iw V which proves the rule Laugh and Grow fat. Maybe c 'A-fn fm-at F -A 31- X- - - is is ki 11 a 14- O - xg-,MQW - N. it- IS ecause e wor s so ar ma mg others laugh with his laugh. R, it R R, It it it it .sis . as A so --Moiyfta . ,- at . IX . .. .fi spfLvfs.r:fesvss.f T fi' K' x 4" 1: 4, -., L' ' Tit l 4 fi: ' '-1, ' .ffff?ff1:t11:.1f-.i gs ---M--2:1-'sf-itat' - V ei 155 i. 1- g if ff- Lf Lin: it iffvffrialaaalf, X - ie- felt! ':i.,?7?fi.-,a,i1-. ei tw- ' we-fffizi-T231 5 -f1'iffff1!iixi1 ltr-,, 3 5 get f V3 tt?-L1 'I-1f.'r1 . -,EH Irs 5 ,.,m.f3'Fa' . fi .i- , --iv:-as-:::-fi? . ., ff ' 1' 1 l , 4'-lf' 2 Tf "' Lv'-167525115-:1i"'f. as -if 1-,al":7'Egta3.I-' ,ET-.535 101 -yo ,,'v, , , V N ' V' - -,Ta ta WW x "' Q , ' 4 - 3 15. 4, ' ,by C 4- 45, 9 E f mfr a. x . afirhsftb?-ge A L v' eff fe' -N ' g -iii, "i wig .. ff I I -ig? Gigi. ga ,Mo 37' If gf' 4 YP. ,V Axmgix ,wg ,t S SOIX s t, ., ff f , A ,iw x '-ease 'q ' 5 9 I E 's l nz,-, 6 . ff-. 4 ' QQ? 2 me 'S a - i. - 2 , , P ' B 1 .. S,yam-- . 1 - 5 1 W A 'wa-S 4- ..- Q- il S yu-Q 5 T1 i ,, 5 A its 221 Q "' qljllqvi , i lj: 1.. ---qi, an . rlllllgp . 1, s lit' ' 1 if 2 " Q5 " i We 1 f 'N ' '- r ' 1 f r ti , ii, t "1 - -r 'freed' fi'- -w I ,QA I I, xx N , . .1 1' , at -.g V X: ,d ,V 2-, M. 1 1 it ,-M59 'w gi , Q 1 lf. , ht -T . aw we f 4' ft Y' s ZH' ii i : Q ' ' lm f v" ' V Ef f! ' Y i 2 " ll? '21 l 'films N. ' I " i lj Q Q RUDOLPH CHARLES KULDELL ' , 1 Q W, rl i QU, . - lg Appointed from Twenty-second District of Pennsylvania. -3 Q ,N Address on Graduation Leave: Perrynian, Hartford Co, lid. v 7 W, ' Nui A "K1iddze." Nl 'ggi Fx 3 Corporal, Sergeant, Acting Sergeant, Lieutenant, Star C5, 3, 2j, I ' ' ' L 1 ' J - x 1 -.,.,., , , ,X . ,Q U M Sliarpshooter, Outdoor Meet C3j. UDDLE is one of the few who have trod the 1 rs vs 1 P9 if V LQI1'j,f 1 .gf straightiand narrow ath since enterin this finish- iii' X C 3 -' J f 1 33 . . p . . g ,g -,i-5:5 farm", ' ing school, with no more deviation than an area :,4f1:,,7, Y.,gg',1fg,-A t " ' mt' 11: - - 'fe "rrp J" ci' .js fl-ITHQJC 3, bird when the Q. C. occupies the poop-deck. At the gi: H5 1 QL ,ff beginning of yearling camp he, Major Dean and Cold M623 Max Anderson were chief candidates for Northfield, and . Q! ?f?i5t"i two of the three have since been skinned between them filfff E 'Wig twenty times for profanity. What a collection to include t C"lTW-95Ql'iQ'f:?.pi , the strai htest bo in Pittslour , where, by the way, he "gF5p5Q-""' 'l"-if'jf1f2f ?6iwQ4Xe-gf' g . y g . . f- R was a walking delegate from West Point 1n the great :W gf D. Centennial reunion. But in spite of these distinc- -9 lg' tions and his decoration lay the tac. department, he is still 'Q unspoiled. ln after years, may the plate girders he de- i 131145: 5' lj . . . :Q-t i"E7f signs never buckle, his masonry clams never slide on any 4.25 5 vt, ,J-...Lili , -,.' -Ry: . . . . . 1-.I , tlvgxivl - -It rn horizontal Joint, and may his future in all respects be as ,gigg- laright as our imagination pictures it. It ig lg bg 'E 'f ,ggi f ,gig X ,rw ...' is is Qi , 7.4 sQff3G?,,-.gs i ' L- E1,gg,.,w 21f"if' its---sTEbc:ffwx4'li 'X X ,si N'-ef f..r4 - gs' fic-5 'ff f'f:ai-T-1.:.4i: -e mga ' 5 i g :Vi -' . .ie 'isgsgfiiiifi-if. E3 - E '- Jfl55illf.I'f5E:.51L W .. .. 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E as-,gal xv x Q X K N Msg! he Q ' 'it H J' Z y 5:5 Am is f J, mfr, - ,, : ' -. 6 255551 i L rm Q' , . u"'Q7 .Q Q Q . if al- 'f x N f , - 5 V . E 3 , t , al l in . I x I N , wa 34 nb? W Y ETS KW ' .1 fx-sis.-N - :- 5 x if 'iifffjii "-65 nl :ffl V' Y .i fZ"9,i21' "mf,-5 ,B fl CF' v fllliir 1 . pf if "' K Z ,- .s 32. 5'-1 , ff z in' ll 52' Q Us 925 ,, ' lf N f I Q 5 ,L 4 , :Q '4 in 1' , . 9-, i , ROBERT HEN-RY LEE Appointed from Fifth District of Virginia. 'Xddress on Graduation Leave: Rocky Mount, Va. "U R b t" "B bbi " "Ol M 1" ll 'G' 1 I, H752 0 UV, A 0 0, S ' lg SU .F-I S I y V Captaiiiirpoljietiteiiciiiiiiangliagfisziildciieiifstii-aliageieqfgctiotballStTeacii1ge?l1i, F 3 k Assistant Manager 423, Secretary of Y. M. C. A. CZJ, President Zqjcx If CD, Hundredth Night Cast C3, 2, lj, Hon Manager. K XXV i Ji N -'X EE is a man who starts out a black Monday morning' , lift, x 1 ll V' it ,X mi - . .4 . . . 123,409 '19,-' ffif r j, 5 ,. with thelfollohwlng spasm, Phil, you quill, be still, lag? 1. f X r take a pill, with a gill, until by Gill you are ill -with Qi ,hx Bill' and his spoonmg vocabulary is equally eclifying, gg O 1? 55, U 22 Q for it starts out with "Lemme kiss youu and ends up with jg ff I m falling in love with someonef' As for his analysis g:lif.l'..f.?g.,q 'itffjayvs of Puzaolan cement, see Thomas. Littlejohn is his boon .I lf, companion f for corroboration of this, see any member of 'K '-XE? the Sandy I-look Pastime Clubj. The part he has . 1 QA' 'fha J - . . . . . ' ,i,LL.L.,-Ervfiff played in lcayclet activities is most versatile, as he has .f' ,t .og -'H , ?x Cm, 55: been a successful football manager and hop manager, an f x, earnest Y. M. C. A. president, and a most impressive kayclet Kaptain. Always looking on the bright side, always putting his inclefatigable energy into some project jg? or other, or into some other man, we find in Lee a valu- 1 able member of the class and one of whom we are all pioud. at sg at ve. va ve. vt an ve, S"Lll2f5Z'rj.7'f 1 . A 1 1' - Q K , , .El-fff:"gf"u .-,,1,'Y.2gL'r.j' .- .... f 2 4' :Milf 5 at . , -3'5:"li'fli,'2villi.l,Ex-X fqlgffll ' .. A 2 ff' 1-Af :V ' xkxhii Pl'Wiliil3l:ilEiixV1Eff"EEf52f , ff, f tx f... . !,f,f-s-1: ....... - ' - , 2, fl1'ff"fm'ilif-.tg-X 254 , M5432 " fifty? Q -S .ir122ialu2i?wf2112+iiEweii5i ,lla vi ' lr . 3. -32 ,gim p Q-elim iii? I jf?-T. ,,2l'lf5ij!l!pfy-gg myQ,qmi,,wf!',,M552,251 rr ' "mf" ' 'A 'MJ .M ' . i 103 V " 5 ,,s"r?W""E S34 i 5 ' KU 4 W I' , gf" .5 1 -N , Y 7 " ??fQ"'?2t'?ip9 E Wai' 'Si H A' f ' Q37 if, . I r. N53-'QC-X sa . . Few 4 , gg i r i sw :ses Niit irosdiili i- 7 t lm..-1' W e ' i Numan' 2 fr s 1 i- e 5 i 1 S l s' ing Qi, ' 23 , ' 4 . " Q Q- , .XX ,X l , iff gfst ' i f' 2, A Q 1 EF- V. ,. ai i 'li "5 R- 52 V! ff ' ' A .QQ gy. f ' ln' vw ef- -' an - ff' is X 'gf ' ' ' E ' - ' .- 2552 vw K -Q. X fe -V . 9. Z s ,ff ,i , -ag , A c 2 X 7 N J' WM - rs0,!5,,, , ,,, - ein' - ZXQ J lin Li Nl JOHN EARL LEWIS Appointed from Fourth District of Kansas. Address on Graduation Leave: Varsity Place, Emporia, Kan. Cleansleeve, Biarlcsman, Cullum Hall C4, 3, 21, Horse Show. ROM the land of John Brown and Carrie Nation came this sterling Welchman. l-le can trace his descent back through long lines of Welch ancestors, even to Jack the Giant Killer and the Witch of Endor. . qjw ,fi J DX 3 "f siffltlii '7 C' ' T? v- X, i In fact, he is the only member of the Corps with such -'fffmxx 1, N' K Q " lc h h d b d f h' Wh wt 3 Q. A7 Q rl ran t att e guar must e turne out or im. en Q ,, U F7 L , 0 L ' if he came here he had the advanta e of long experience as N if Q U 9 , ss' . g f . ' 9 H5321 a sergeant in the K. S. A.'C. and as a ranchman and 5 f. -si X pi? , : X My . . . - '. rw N! is? cowboy in Texas. This latter experience was a great .jf L3 ', V M help to him when we began riding and the greater part of ,,,,jI f3"s . Mx : Q h 1 ff . . h . C-l h f 4, A. ,-,-li' I 61 0 Y E . ,I t e c ass was su ermg with t e pains an sorrows t at fx i W., s such exercises produce. I-le must have a large bootlick is Qc ga i MV 4 1,1 ,, with all the girls in his section of the country, because for 'Q Y four years they have never stopped sending him postals E 545' x'I59'l1l wir ' f f A- and letters addressed to Jack Lewis. He enlisted when a 2 bf . plebe on Cullum I-lall, and served faithfully for three , ' tgi- wiXiZ737Qf"X,-QQQZMI years. He is a man who will stand up for his rights, ijlxlt - no matter who may be the intruder. lg YL R 'B r : ,'iff,q, 'g T -4 - ,c . sg-gli, :gl A i ,K .4.'rff3?3t::, S -5 v:Mvm1T.,.M, YL Kllfmiih Q JN In Ny Xxlqxl-S Lt- Qmmum, x VV J, .-.,,, ,,,,k - . , -----1: ,:, i, -1 LP ,:,f.,,.,,-L-,y,':'ig2gi:' y xl-' 1'1 . .u slvmnzix it . ",,..f-'Lf rf" i REE: ' ,- ,J . ,. X., .Ni 1 , vp mbgigy fx X M X! fix A :Vg 7d --- -gw , A SA 'fa - - "inf-f ..Ff4i'3':f ' - '. fa:a,11e'-?- " 1,-,Hr :'f:1fe.'1ef5e ff'-1 " 4. it aww xl--'ff ' Vfiizgir 1 ref. , 'hifi -51 i 1 1g'eigiL4 " -, AX, '34 974' f'-ilffr'f'4,iffff::L, N -1,lfI'-v:ffV'- ini- -- rms' s 4 - ig .ii -w ' iw ml fi -wc .-ff' ,gpm-'ff. f - wr- : fs ilu ae fa if i V K 1, + X X N N ,ic ,X M xx fi i-ix f. ' Ye 4 iss We s so P 1 'lie s A 5 f. X ,if c - H N l' H9 X it XX 9 a ' f 'fi is 'F 5 in A , l'1tl"Wl' lg. ',':1'lf Ji i " H: 'pk-g.-. ,gf "L-ffjyzas. ' -1---:: If T ' , N51 5 If'Hill'llllllllllflliiJ.T:'1 x s s in 'fig-, Q Alallmjl E X' if l INK: If 777, JQ ll i f, if 'llllli llill 'Jil'-any Q14 5 fan! li 'il W SQUV. .-, 1995, . ll. ' 'itll 104 f e' ' f as-A - fx " 'i ' i it ' ' ' sw J ess.. WM 'Y' may is s H f 02,2 - v"" Sem' 4 3 " A , 'Z S 9 'Q-C' ij 7 V-'. V- ' ii in - 'tai : . t 2 it ff--N : tag . 5 Y i ' ' in -X Q' f 'TW' , x . iff. M-1-.gf Animal!" tnlntitf' r ll 1 ' ' ...,,,..-' X .5 ' ww gm' K , T 5 L- Wg z 5 ,3 ' ' 33 ' st ' ,t 'ti WIS s A 1 '- 'lumwa 4 , x -v -4 EE " r J .- X , . V. A 1 : QQ- '49 . r f' f 90 1 - 0 my . A if a : f Q' z " ' , , J ff, 1 ,. 1 5 gifggq . .. , i . ,Q 30, A , , .L.,, - . '- -4 ,:,, , -A my er -' as -i ts . l Us 1 li JOHN HENRY LINDT X Appointed from Fourth District of Michigan, Address on Graduation Leave: 17200 State St., St. Joseph, Mich. X lc. !5 nI'ItI'!1H!.u "Q A tax 'Acting Sergeant, Sharpshooter, Lacrosse and NVrcst1ing Squads 1 X I ca, 25, AB. ' ' ,Q ' 'I . X 'wi Q IRAM is not Irish, as you might think, but a F 5 912 so , Nf fum' ti ld ' ' - f- Jw r -. ' ,I goo , o , stohd, steady-going, good-natured 5 . X , -, - Dutchman. He is temperate in all things, even x ,, h e 1 fig to the extent of being neutral on the subject of femmes. '30 "Z gl U 9 l Z: 1' He is 'neither a lady-killer nor a misogynistg he does not R 412 H: " he confine himself --45 P -QS? rave over the faner sex, nor yet does . H H .,,. N ,sv 1 H5g to feed hops alone. Hiram has never l'1V3llC,Cl Tondu ' ' " 'iff in the dis. line, for there is a little regulation concerning , '..J"1?9f5Qr- HI ,. k-,, ,I gy, .L gi ff' flip Y "Qi, fl lates that he must never have seen. I-le has a mag- STNf'. 'l' if IIE? gig ! nificent record in this regard, having collected six in one Q... . ' fd v -X'-"X, -' .ttf .- 5 QQ Zzs ' clay, and then the chances are that several were over- ,gif-"Rh Q ai Q looked. But the "Hessian" has the necessary grit and ' XQSQQI-Vlxli E' A . qs. ' - - . .-: P V xantt- 5 " Q90-aw?- 1 stamina, and if ever our country should need him we L Z as 'Url n ' '57 know that there will he no late at that formation, but i ,. .AS . 1 ii fs 4 . . . QQ a ,FN Q? he will be there with the nrst, ready, as always, to do If " 5' ,,tf,,Q' 'WW "' ulmft' ' . It U U: O: P ., ' 4 5 " 7 i ,. '. WAS .2 xl' ll Q hls duty R, R r B ' M l"'lv 4 ,.,NX2, " A 5 . 'i??f:M A 1 ,as fag, - X , - -i-225-M "---7" i- "V " W '- .N "4-7: '-QM if f ' ..f-'gg1fT1177----- - 3, ,A im g535f::.11:, 5' W ' ?-fini?-i : N 5 E s 4 S f if 2?-12 hae f aff ia 5giigfitltigtttttig' ,rss ' ffm- , , 3 ,fl -xffgalggfaasi . . ft: pf V .S 'f g.g,gi5,Q+r fy 5 iii ,lf l'f,vl+,' I l 'iff 1 i NNF. 'twirl ff? T, '- Uk! ,kill gi' j,I"'l1f" , Nl rqgzlnlllsinlmh A ll ill -gmn lrfm l inf' ' lf' YF 105 Q ' Nan ' "TA wi Q, "Ji ' I' 50 .43 U01 7f 59 Se e t as V :Img 'QW-t ' My E um TM ". Q45 ' "N ' ,SZ-if A 3 - A - J' ' B 1 WWW www 31015 5 3 .-E EFF" X "5 5 E img qmuwi V ' 'inf " l 'fist 'W' 1IlIlllI,!s" r sg ai r - ii" ' limb 2 f r ' - F 'ff-ix M if is " 2523 52 1 -aifltaa 6 ' ' Q -2 gk 4.-. mf . v. -A I , ! 55-M -Q X A H 5 f . 4""fv 1 ' ,. 1 s ,. .v ,, -we I 3 ' 3 1 " a Q fl.- - ,.,, - N an f ' X " 5 dt V gg F' 3, Q, 2 ' 'fist ,K 3 ' f ' Y ST- ' N' -- vm 4 3 ' X ,R ,-. 353' -qwfb 5 W ," I-" ,gev'iJ,Qir?tWH'?Ei i Q Sly fs' "tk: " 9. . X 2 . I ROBERT MCGOWAN LITTLEJOHN . 4' Appointed from Fourth District of South Carolina. k ,y f we 'mai ACld1'eSS on Graduation Leave: Ioriesville, S. C. -fx fd Acting Sergeant, Sharpshooter, UA" in Football, Football Team 'rf' f' I Q ga cz, 19, Football squad 44, sy, indoor Meer qi, 3, 25, XVrestling ww -'f uf N :X C4, 3D, Outdoor Meet C4, 3J, X 2:4 Fe U' ID you see that poor man get smeared?" Yesg ' V Ol X, AQ . wasn't it beautifulf' "Why did he do it?" B' ' g7lw10h 'R 'gWell, he was in Johnis way, and had to be rg fgfgl Q2 5 K . 1 , , - 'f ' ', 1' - , 50 ly 59 Q 2 Q, . removedf, ln football our John wasn t much of a ' ' GN--'45 9 . 0 ' f, wonder at first, but good hard endeavor has made him a x 'l ' v 1-'A star, and although Tom may say, "That man John donlt know how hard he can hit,', yet we will bet that all of Johnis opponents know a little more than they desire about .. , , ll .tv "T ' J ' 14. tt ,t-,live -ang , .. U, ,gy K X F. S f f 7 in . t ,. MTV if it. But while alwa s lookin fierce, it is only on great pf .l xx - 1 y g X3 'I -cv, X . X occasions that John flares up and threatens to whop some 15: one. Une of these occasions was at Sandy l-look, when A f-mf . . . . g-J-g'.f,'g4t .. un. ,nt , El ',"f4Af 3 5 , l the boys rlled him Just a little because he wanted to smoke U Hhkallvraf 4 , . . 5, g1'j,'f: fx a ska in the powder magazine, John has other accom- 3 ti' g1CQi,lw.Zl F RN 'fb a A .- , -r. 2 '3.g.p':qQ. tftXf7f'rr?5TT5 W- lishments besides footballg an able wrestler, a successful 5? 1155? My wr:-rwvffsfff at 6 p , - , twcaall t Spoonoid, and, of late, a hopoid, but, boys, when he gets 'f,j,t f tV.x lf -V - - . 2. 'self X yelling for a natural, step back and give hun room. ag '?3b:""N 5 ..' ' ' mmm ' 'f r, - --N t. zu 1-. Z ll il l.'r"7i-ffkfigfi' ' N Q 1- U N' WWGRN ' ,f 7iiiff1f"??i .7'm"5N' f f li ' !'f,::3fi?i7Z2ZTZi' "E5flf'uf,'ll:l1l5l: l'. S' -5' . Qi 519' AA - t ' 7 E'.fSf.iQNQQ1E5 :- ',,42Zll:5gllll.ltlQ, gm 525,21 2.2. 5 s 5 go 57 ..11i,ff"f'l, 'Mill A -lg 1 g E5 - 2 , rg, , 1 ' 1 5 ' fffilh lE"tE:Vf'l.:E1I .,f .ff'!ff,'5llillxN,',t'XXX . 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'Kali i f ' -. 9 1 . ,A .,. -...- V 'YW r STEPHEN HARRISON MACGREGOR . Q7 A ' -fi fs Th' d D' ff f Y Y -k. ' ,flflf 5-- .XJ A-xtitllligltsn dfllluatiiii Lgjvi:1?tBci-oolkilh, ST Y. :Z K3 15'k "sim," '4Mac," "sfw1my," "sm," c- - 5 if X BSergeant, Acting Sergeant, Sharpshooter, Hundredth Night CD, . 1 ' 'gs N ' -'f J f. . . s L 1, ffl! f ' . Wg. Q W ACGREGOR first achieved fame by the 'ton-. +f, gif' 3' XX . . , X 'X' 'S Q sf l 7? - N Qi . X sorial skill he showed when he cut Goat Henry s S-A. 5 ..-Ji . . , . t. , KALLLJJXE vim tr J has sta lelcjlmiii liliekligeliieliit oliiiagjsciqiintalgcil liislcciroilfn elif' S fm: X3 . Y 3 s ep . Sv ' ,I of sonallty and reacly wit. A graduate spoonoicl, his N V .J ' .V - . . ffzv , nl -1 .5 M Y 1 il l is Ali, amatory adventures were successful until he met his J Q9 ig fd it Waterloo a few months after furlough ancl found hirriself ' Ml'4"3 if 'sigh with a bunch of seconcl-hand 'ewelr incluclin his class 3533 2 55358 2, . . h. h d H. .3 .WC Mg .tt fi? X'f:445r.fg'ff, . irn in am err1 was wiggff S XJ In ring, on is an s IS sojot p L-KA? 1 Wim, somewhat embittered by the fact that he was the one P reluctant walri of the class, and it was with heart-felt 3' curses that each afternoon he betook himself to the gym 3:"fff f,g':,X Il for aquatic sports. F or years Kulclell has been his cle- F votecl spouse, but from his wife Mac. has inbibecl but few Y. lVl. C. A. virtues. l-le and Bobbie Lee are the' only ' Lg Sy ones who pretend to be poets and the results of their ef- A forts on the furlough songs are well known. bg lg- Jw i f rogues i.,t,.-f-rg g.fzi..f?7nfs.4f,.z1i 'as 'L ' e e 1 f f ima, gi , .E 0 5 5::15"f!r'! 2 ' 4 A ,L ,Z ' if "15gQfgffflfllllRlfQrSl 2.2, S?""rQ5 if -. " ' Q ff, f - f-wr . ' 'sw 2 7 fzeaffi mzr el if i 107 4 s s e so -'-A - : ts- E Q96 2 ff?" 4 Q4 I 0' ' , - ' 9 . , ,-LQ' mv yy ,.fA"'A Qgxmr 4 MWF 't'QPg!4i3EgQtQ3Qi4.iQEiWxx,.1m11g s 1 as P i , 4 v a a a ff i psi, ' A ' e gf Eg 5 me?-vii: E Mg? : """1l - -1 . - A V ' E 5 qlulgvi ? 'wr ighlg f lim? in , '-iihglfmh. 'll ll' tw 4 , 5 4111 l 'Mm Qlflillllllt q W , M Za! if 'Yllmll' S L V af i ' vs 5 f 4 is? 5 Ek ' Wg - l 'gf 2 I ' IA 'U'E.":f E s , QW: see' V 'mv 'gift A? K 2 f 'Wa ..,,,,g,, it . ig sem ., . 1 f l. iw' . X X ' i wa, 5 A -f f :. 493 i .i ' 5 642 5535 - Y fi?-'Z3 W QQ HARRY JAMES MALONY x 'I ,LAY Q1 Appointed from Thirty-first District of New York. O TM A ,Q Address on Graduation Leave: Dundee, N. Y. Xl QQ "Chick," "Irish," E ' I N' f, Sergeant, Lieutenant, Marksman "AP Sharpshooter, Baseball I' !'S, fm M, Q I i ! Team, Xkfrestling Squad, Hundredth Night CBJ, Indoor Meet CBD, lg j Reception Committee 1915, Toast, New Years. kewl I 3 Ji' g ., 1 1 1' 9 V ' - ., I . . . . .- '2 ,. 'A 'B' ' l F after any -meal formation you see an appreciative 'I 'A . knot of men hanging on the words of their enter- fi,+,'Q'f',',,, 'vo Ur. .. 13 . h . . H M 1 "Q "' f:,':,, ,M " Q I U 2 Q Z tainer, you can te t at lt is arry a ony soun ing 5, A Q 4 ' . . . . . . " 1 is ,'g.,.,,,-' off some of his varied experiences, or else lmaginmg a few, Ewxl f 4' W. 3' - 'A . . sz-sf, ,ap . V, I -A or maybe telling what the tac. says and just how he says I ' T' I A ' :si i r . ' 7'-' ll l Ml' R 3 it. 'iOh, very well.', One of the best wrestleroids in teii z, the class and a loyal baseball scrub, who has not only T ' VT-LL' Q13 helped by his work on the diamond to make our team kj' -:K giff'g,g,. ft? what it is, but who has boosted and lifted all that he Qi, .g,Nfl,-4.v'v 2451 could, off the Held. An optimist, with a helping hand for 'L-I ' ' f S' ,f iii? ' Sf anyone in trouble, or even for an one looking for trouble, 55- Cglf ,,, ,fi Y s wt, A. 4 rhaeevrffif "2 H - f 1, 1 ' h C d - - x. .x A D arry is one o t e most popu ar men in t e orps, an t?fs1 ,, M55-i 5053333 deserves to be. It it R 52 I! U! R R ,V , 1 .ii . . , PEPQW f' ' Z-lftfl?ffiX'f- as ., -.lltiifgflfziiiillll '-Q '5' ,QV :Hifi ,ffv,.'i"Q.T:FiQif'Q.itS1 li3 .3 -5, ifff'ziiTT':fSfS3f-L51 'i5+f5if?w2ifH21l, if W -U . ,E Si ff. ff-1 saggy? 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' ii 1522 41- 4' f - ' if Aw' '-:sgvifiit ' - '- ' . 2 at "QQ, wear fl. 53: rf -tx mmf as Y Q, A53 W ff? ,gg i A 41 ' ,, X t f ' t 1 Q9 THEODORE WILLIS MARTIN X Amvointecl from Second District of South Carolina. KX. ' I Address on Graduation Leave: Blackville, S. C. vp git!-yt?-Q ff f-T D U . - 4549 ' '21 - 'if . ' ' gf , Cleansleeve, Sliarpshooter, Lacrosse Squad CSD, Indoor Meet .1 N wfm CID. Outdoor Meet 13, 2, lj, Cfass Numerals QQJ, Horse Show, f ' ' -5- AB' . . . . I ig s f 67 lsg F HE. above is a military likeness of T. D., but to 1, git, xi X. V get a picture of his real self one must see him in his A S" ylghl mm 9 boudoir, a big cigar in his face, and reading those ,.gt"QtE X s A Q., . . . Ugg- ' " s , . U 67 9 U Q daily letters from Dixie. I-le made a splash at the Car- C 4 ic, ,X rison Horse Show, bringing home a trophy or two, hence . ' f iw ' if' ,lf we conclude that the cavalry is the branch that needs him. . W -E l-le undoubtedly has a leaning for it. But the prospect 'Qgff' of having a second lieutenant's pay all his days is not N' ' lm ,W f I? alluring to T. D. 81 Co. His greatest troubles at West f I . . . . . . 5 ,V .ff xl, g - 9 ' 55 Point have been to sldetrack ladies without breaking their '- Q mg 4QEi. hearts, and to wonder and wonder why he d1dn't make r , ,- g more than 48 out of 50 at a thousand yards last sum- 32' .5?f5'i?if2Hff' gui' ,f l I gf-wil 1 41: -. , 'gge' mer. He is a steady man in outdoor work and has several ,513-. - ' ' ' ' 'Q YZ' , Ae. fc-'- - 9.1 tunes contributed to l9l2 s good record. Though he is tm' , Q A, quiet and keeps his own counsel, everyone knows and ' X likes T. D. nh at ue, se. se, at ue, at . ,. v Q N ,:,m,4q,f.,.g3 1-. gre ' iw- fig . 4 .i ., ,gist-tee-wr.: ssaist .M "ee-Ns QL Wanna- ' 065V 'X ' ' m55,:4:sk.wi"':f:f -'.V' 'arf .fcefi?EF?:e1 . a . E? ,V flrli?-Ti? S Win! x 1' ' x LE?-'llifif ' If-157 3 ,. fiiliifi . all 'i?3f:2,'.ii:ifiiIaQ3- 'ZZ'-L'-",1fi5t'l mmf p , ' , . if 1 lr- X .1 '- 5 KL' ,3-ffiz5'iiiiv'.fii--f:.if5?1" it i ?',a 32. --'X' mi'g-:XEUQ U, 9 f 90, - Ji- L Q 1f.f'fflT-.-iTl":4.1-ff-- 3 A egg. 1- :gf .www:evict-111-,e.:s-...1:.v 3 : ,15f'f,.fs,2. 'fr ' 3-ffx,3Qv1i.v'ff.f 1.-femf, ' ge .waty,angiie itisiigteef. Q 'diff' .53 tllfffy E32 f 4- - iff7'.,!?" fyfjffg-gg 'ifi'ii,il7'iF fs QQ 3-" ft2WM.t'5'k.-:1 l 'i ii Dfw ii Fazluinlln il M ,Pnl ' itil fl" !i9?'7"'? It iff i' ' 2' li' K' 109 wall!! "'T' iii' 'ff ' 7 .."'U'0T '5i" x nl 0 ,-.v -rp W ' W, 4 fiyztrq. Z , .,:., ,N v , 3 t 'V A , 1 an--S sew i M '-S 5 ' rmmvsr 4, ,wmv i L 1. t their 1 '4" 3 2 wwf - l :fbi - -t.- ' ,- " , 59" , 'e L 1 X - 'c' if ' I ,ex ,., K ' - 5 vii i - l ' i t- 3 T L f R -,-4'?fs4r"1 1 ,Q , 2 -f eq S vi ,mv ta K' ,, .,, J k ,i " gg!-:if V,- ix il' N N F XJ l if - ' it , N L ttf? , n , :L ,sr -, ffl X43 6 .AA. X . fu, , Y 5 Qi , -T v S i A i if so . 5 S, Q reffghi 4' Q ' " W 1 fig -, - f vs. sg i f - e xft' ,w s ' 9'.i3??3s a: " ,. , 4 A W, f , ,gs 1 1-4 .' A A V Author of N tba' W 1' 'Z :WO V 3 iw! ' -si w r 5: Ima, WQBZ, if L- ' ii? Ysiel RUSSELL LAMONTE MAXWELL Appointed from Sixth District of California. Address on Graduation Leave: Modesto, Cal. "Lover," "Kid," "Rla4vie." Sergeant, Acting Sergeant, I-Iundredth Night Cast CID, joint Libretto CD, Reception Committee 1915. INCE. the day when Maxwell was given the P. C. 9 '- ohqgv -45 7' ' is i- . X ,, lgl 'Q 4 ' , ,gal V . 5. of Lover he has endeavored to live up to the title, r l and with no small success, for he has been the hero ' "" , Y 1' ii of many a flirtation picnic and Cullum balcony tete-a- tete. ln ante-furlough days he gained notoriety by going on a sleighing expedition, and incidentally almost lost his -' ' 'R' fa ,f':5 in If r ' ' If bf ll lj l r .f , ' N' ?""" :::f, yf7'5Zf3xf -i:?' -' ,xi H1 - -X rs: ,M .5 X-.r1.,1'l- t xv, - x , V t' 1553 chances of getting into the Field. For many moons jug clflhlx Gandyfs Rest was deluged with Howers and other tokens v ', T m? from h1s many admirers. l'le recovered sufhciently, how- it r aegis! I 1 ever, during the summer to be able to discharge his duties A Q. as a cadet sergeant, and as the wife of l-larry Malony. Aigjrm 2 2 LL ln first-class camp he made It interesting for the beasts of M ' iw ' X ' l9l5, being specially detailed to greet them on their ar- 5 rival. A true friend and having, for this reason, many 2 4- ,J A, . . . , ,'- W- :r'2"l' L- ' V- 4 friends, Maxwell has been a valuable addition to 1912 'kiwi 'Wm ' durin our so'ourn here P 8' B! P I' P 'ih335ffFif!i'fq'2t 1 Ax .Q 8 J . ,, s B s D 5 " -'33, , , , juififi 'if A - Heli? mm, s . ,. . ., , 1 ff-- it-ffdffge - T so Zigi C 8 ,-.-mt ,il,',Jf.iw2 -:affirm 9 Ye: ffificf-t,f. xiilxijlbiy 4 ' A IQXV3 M-ztjiggjgri A, 1 N09 ' fgkt. A " ,Z4.:gV:g.::5-r . ,J tyvxfggfjgx ,f wtf Mvax:f."gsyL1-lfggjy,-.-LQTLX g S H Q E? ' gg ,r f',.- SQ 5 2 ---'-3-"",1ii'5!.lge lx uq, S 5 ic ee: EL,3:44'2j.31gQ1:E+'f5 ---' - F31 P frTrQQ!gf?if::.:Q-1:1 fififiiiiiitllhs 5 1 gs!! 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V, Nxg " 4 If " ,, 14-v . - ,AV l t " ' l ,X . l - . f x we W ., l 'gh' , , 5 at l e 14 ws .sl X: H ll- 1 . 24 ' t t 2 N Fry Wil '5 N ' ,f za ,f , E R . , :gs rj f If ji, Z' " ' 'IX Hn gf it 1 r 1 jim? -'b l 1 141 m ah -4 ,Q 'Q --N ' y .v E Aix ,Q '. kg 1, ,MJ -A .? ., .Yi N W3 l JOSEPH E. MCDONALD H Q 7 I X X ' Q .' J Appointed from Fifth District of Alabama. , , ,uid ,Address on Graduation Leave: Fort Sheridan, Illinois. 'N "lilac," "C1liey." 'W sax Cleansleeve, Marksmzm "A" CSD, Sharpshooter CD, "A" in , Illia pf lfootball, roorbaii qs, 2, ip, outdoor Meet 44, s, 2, ii, Class fw. ,2 W X W lxigierals in Track, Wrestling Squad Ci, 3, 2, lj, Horse Show, f in ma A . . - . i , , AI' A-X I I I-4 . . . ' 1 gllff T :Stihl ' 'B' ' W OE first won renown by continuing to laugh in the Jil, U 1 : . ,, M .., -wma e H presence of Count Rossell after repeated correction, - 5,3 so " - - 2, and distinguished himself later by turning out a 'l9l2 'illiwkii Q i 7-D Q -1, ' . . . . . 'o I ,-5 c ff 9 2 ll 2, - yell. for the pay bill in the v1c1n1ty of Kemble, F. l-le X if '29 A W .QQ V led a tempestuous life in plebe camp in the same 'tent with y mf-3 '90 Thomas and Bismarck Lewis. They spent a large part 'I- ,, JJ 'V' of the clay in friendly arguments, which usually reached nf 'wt 610000 the stage of throwing pomade on each other at parade P' l ' ynl - time, and broke out in a real encounter when the started A 3 ,sq - 4 T4 . . . y . ,X-5 --- XV - I Wg to make clown their beds. Slnce that time he has lived fbi' I" ..,Qt25 X 132 li peaceably with Chynoweth, and spends his time mucker- 5 Ql4QQt,gFfft'a 4 tg 'Qvig-,qi mg Chen, eating boodle, piping cavalryand playing foot- 5 xx ball. For his brilliant work on the gridiron, Cutey will , ' -ef, ,Je 13' ' xg td long be remergbered as HOne of the biggest little menu ' 81062 we ever turne out. sg by, te, te, br, lg sg ' Lx ff Q A .L it 11273, A 71L,af1 aw., ,. ,ii - . . 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A Q I - ?-A I Q. , Q I - . 5, H - if 5 ' 51 ik q Q xi E , W 225 ' 1. 1 Yi ,E I V A fa ' , ' - i . lllllp llillh. 1 . 521 a t gg as FUIHFI6 -.. X stiaf' 4 'Y I 'W"l?. Q ,- X gag, N -sn 3 rg.. . N 5, If 6539? j,,.., N. X. mf-.. , wrt' -V A 'lt .pf 'Ui ' " ' . -. -' Q21 31? Ewa er ' Q . 1 a 15' '-Q an' .if 4 , am?-f.. r Q' .iff . '33 1 4 f-Qi: f F UQ' 6 1 'QA i.. stil - r9i9u2, ,vs , axttx JOHN TRAYLOR MCLANE Aiaddress on Graduation Leave: McCormack, S. C.. Q' Q' Nia: Rusty ,fp It W' Corporal, Acting Sergeant, Horse Show, A.B., B.A. ID some one say that they ever saw Mac. smile? As he is a goat, you are always sure to get a Hicker of a smile when you say you dislike the cavalry, especially if you have been more successful in the everlasting struggle for the elusive tenths than Mac. The cloud rolls away, and some sarcastic remark about I 'ge"xJ all X ffl ' I Q 4l 1:3 " :ggi 4 gf 1 , X Q 'gffidaq IN' tangy f , 1 , ,E D ' va 5 5 4 V ,Q -az I v 4 g all o , V X E 53:5 af. fx, - Q t .4 : Xppointed from Third District of South Carolina ff 'H if Yi, 'mu ' gi ' A A N -W ' . an 4 I' 1 w i I 1 -L 5 ti' ' X li! F I' tenth fighters and poor riders is heard. A typical hater OIQUZ go- sf s Mil X of the fairer sex, the L. P.s of Macfs post will have no opportunity and must turn their.attention elsewhereg but we always see him at hops-where there is a feed at- 2,1 -HM N ,- YN, tached. Mac. is a olo fiend, and with a good horse ., K , , , . . P. -. 3 A LE ja.. under him he is always in the best of humor, but many of -an Age: 5 Ji,-7113, l' 1Q7'i,,4'j4 h h k f f h I I 1. Ms. 1, ,. s 9 t e orses ma e im too ast ort e game. n our ear y f. ,Q - fly ff? In f , , , 3- 3251 A,.y5A-.twin , ilujhffuimn F days Mac. was one of our high quills, but somehow they A 1565? 5g.:,3,I:.m: ""3LSxff1,- ' A found him out. As he says, alt wasnit worth while, and T' I realized itf' Mac. is one of the best that have cle- scended to us, and we will remember him as a conscien- tious, hard-worl-ning, sincere classmate. le, lg pg, :fr :A-.f,j4-Q-L "'gi'-'- 1- . s. , I-if ps- ff"fNgE?g?'s.y'1' t'-r:"E.,.,f',1't , 'f2-4:"::kq 5 .., ala' teleiltiiy 3, 111112: ,-, , 4 ,ef ,.,--: ., . "' X L, 1 .,,, mf: 5 , ,, Wl fwdigsiexl, ' ,- W f i??7:,:,f'5:l?'P,,fulfil -K 'i ' X9 'A .ugjf 33:5 5135: .' uit,3ltvi'x"'fiif3'Ff?3 i'ii, ' lafiu' fi 1 Q- X" 112 i 5 ma, W' Q, 455, s v V in -xfmmr i V 'lla 2 A 1 lim Q 5 dill!! 4 '11 ii? -Q . fi Q .5 -N V .. 7 -l.gi,":,i 5 fn' t w ' ' 7' . -pi ' ' 1 4.5 15 ,, WLL ., " ' if ' 'iii " 'X ss c s so as f e m f M i ' e . A' J .1 .. e . it x 6' 1 C 2 f H was 1 A fs we' Q A tariff f ,qw wut-gg? 2-'45 Ei 5 -Q? f . we rr as it 5 2 ff . ei, ' 'fi if ' 'V ' I M s, , W 9 . ., " 2 t ' 1 . f ' 1141. 1 E - . .V l f it ' E- taiillllll- Zflllllit Ear l 5 -Xl 5w"'II"" "'f1""aEgf-f ,4 l . 3 A . ' :f , . A ' XL I gg 1 W J, il .X U . .-S 1 , f A X nv '- - rs" ' ' M 2:4 ', I V' , 7' 23 . 4 , ' PM ta - ei ll f 4, ff . 0 li. - w . Q do, xi, . X 2, l ' a I lb I - 1 53 :5 W s I vi? 6 I V , 1 e Rfffe i. Q 1 'J 2 i "'QIE 5'ff" : 'Eff A S 1 92. Q ir! E f i i . .Xi fi. 4 .X Aj H Gai C if: M ii 5 ' 'll I ,ti -T-JSA--' My-al M521 'gf' gl. fo ,ef 'N , e ,Al , N HENRY C. MCLEAN I 'Appointed from Eleventh District of New York Address on Graduation Leave: Newburgh, N. Y. "Mag" . - Corporal, First Sergeant, Lieutenant, Marksman, Track Team Cl, 2, 33, Tug of XVar Team Cl, 2, 35, Fnrlough Book Committee, Hammer Throw Cl, 2, 33, Relay Team C3j, Class Numerals., I ACS ideas of quillclom and engineering agree- rmake a couple of threes and slide awhile. -Though he lost his military title at the end of the Sandy Hook trip he gained another, for who of us will forget the whoops of enthusiasm with which the infantpopulaf tion greeted him as "Popper?" A big man is Mac, with a big man's failings-such as making the polo ponies sway-backeclg with a big man's virtues, such as being slow of speech until he knows of what he talks, being charitable in his judgments of his fellow men, being slow to anger and hard to stop when he feels that he is right! x ' Q? O W9 U if 5 'B-g llglrfltfl - N pr Q N . 5 gs! li ' ' ii 'fu---Q' ce - l Y-Z ai ,, ' vf un, 515 fix, ,, I - - T - Vi' ' we BQ H , V . .21 , , ., 1 . 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V a ,..:k.i V. 'H h' l'2Er?2f- "lil" 'W qw ' M . 31 It -xr. 5 ' l ' 7 Q - A A fr- , 1, in 1 5 I . - , , .1'n,.gm, F fri: . 1 " "' , lull , , rllln. . Wifi 1 A Wllllllie . ifllillbiiv X ,Q A . we -..:ie3g .W - fa , - Q , , ' - , ' N Zgfsf ' g ' 'X ' We-.. A J A - A , H , h h ,, is f---' -i ' .- ' ' - -. : at '69 - ' 0'1" Z. ,f ,xx l lim' S. , . a l . l Z r f afrearfw. 9 P ' - . f - ':-w V t Q . . '. JAMES SYLVESTER MOONEY' lil Ps in f772"if' 'W 2 l W Y? "bu N :VZ 'Ei F i lming .s i F 1 ll 2 Q ch l Imnabl , be 0 :1 . -1' 15 s - , f' .rs A, r , in E is , 4 . is .a . J, a 6 iii? - Appointed from Twentieth District of Ohio. Address on Graduation Leave: 15242 Plato Ave. N. E. CCollin- wood Stationj, Cleveland, Ohio. "Jim," "Iimmie." Corporal, Sergeant, Acting First Sergeant, Lieutenant, Sharp- shooter, Indoor Meet C4, 3, 21, A. B., B. A. OONEY would have been a thoroughly seasoned doughboy shave-tail by now, with probably a post exchange to handle along with his duties as post quartermaster and commissary, if he had not had hard -r fvfefifi a 4 -e-P e , in ...nl if ff 2 X -J N 5 I I , f , , 2 sm . A is t s 9 22 . 5. 2. We ' We x 5 2 get a ' . , . a X ,J E l 1 if K ' 1. fha, ' pn- Q 5 gifts ' n ak i e In 5 m A A mg if A.. l 1 if 3' 5555 2' ,wr X' gp 3 lilly 3 D if 3? , lu, ' ff 1' fl? 14,2 . 6, il iii 91a 3 rv V , X B L' Y wi Q bg .9 . . . - -...--' i"i'p '3 ' X .,e,.f-".,,.-ss' , as ffzi'-igvgfgee Q: X! A q w- 'IV' 27 Y I 5 ' Y ' AMYW - Q 7 1 Q N 1 , g - ,w : 5 g v me . 2 5'-w l' luck at the very end of his first class year and been com- pelled to take a sick leave. I-le doctored up on mineral water and late reveilles and joined our class in the Fall, in very good shape to go through to graduation. I-le is an Irishman and uncommonly proud of itg he is a man who adheres firmly to his convictions no matter how much inconvenience they may cause him. His frank, sincere, light-hearted manner makes him many friends to whom he is strongly devoted. l-lis ability in the gymnasium will a t Wes' 1 Q t fziigfj X 3 it ill SX 'li' NI " 96 21: X g ,wi E s , . , ,, E 3 x " t.- . x 'M 1 E Q . ' -4CiYl'5'l"l E " ' if e We .. x Q5 ', 96 t lf' ., f Ur Ni lm l be a much needed help to us in the indoor meet this year. f l--I K .Irs f Q. , ,f ,wma . . , ,, V I , - .3 rn me-1 A . '-z-T-1I53liQ:,1T,N ,?svn iw, 0 'ii' .Z S , X 5 'ljg1. 1::1 ?E-- -LT1:g-LT-23130 -g Y S '75 "L -. 454' Slifiiisff -, ,'7f--E . ' ' "':EfEf-'flu , - I ,y?Qg,Q:gE'15:.:-.Je f I T Q xanga. 2 'fy'-,E ,,-5 s ' . , l S me w e fsffigffrsie ' f:22i,:f,fffffiwaNH E l 1 at - - S . fue -'Q ' 'Hell' lfllt SQ s ".':'f,?sf1gylEsE1gil3t XXL? 27 ' ' 1- -f- ' 35 E f:f4Z'7y'h-gfrfg-113735, S 5 Q35 soya :' ilftlllq l Wilt F 2' is A 'E S We llllrwiltlltfe ' 'f'1'ff5:'l .Vhkx 1 X' -f'.' , 3':::.:." ' .1,. A " : , gf mf, '!, E fffztiiizdtilail-,ly igfgfuf La' , - 2 ,yf exf. f.n:lfg,gf Qi' wi limi' f ' iff ' fill it :4I"Iuiiinl579W'4 1' ll A MMM, lm ll i M2 Al W i mgi. 2 IE- 114 . .. , H ,Hi-.5 ., , as- ' ' in Y VI' pup, WW - .N ?7 5" 'iir?af1f+2'S1lQ5" 'W 1' ' 'N s 9 4 5 are E i . bi i mullin g Spun 1 If 44.55" umrl f-+535 'Sr' iff' 1 ' 4' 'Q fyluni E s't:yk..,g.gg "inf ' mf . '- 1 m .glllllqvgg F' X ' inf ' " Wiliam' runumi .,. an it 1 is .qmgf .4 SI 3 lg Q' A I E 5 f l. I ' 5 - 1.7. 4, 5 MK 5 lug: 4, 1 'L . J 'Uv ' ' film I f L amilnw -aliib ra if -tires "--I"" 4' 'f -,Q .1 1 "w2,ii"' ' ' " 'Min . - l rf 4, , 4 I .- ft, .ul i35!:5wg,1:.g:,. Sm s X 5-,1ar'fr:zz'1 9 . .rm rap, E 66 .IJ-s-.!wvf' 4 s 0 gfgfgtfggsfxg Z' W' a 21 I dlliatwrf "lv wx' ' .4 W .fy I ifriaiitssasitifmii- P 4 f . UQ E? 7355? ig l e c Q' 5 N h., 4 W T s cffll gxsv' n"M,0- 1 A' ' 5 ' 1 'Q A V " 'js H., ,Q ' , u 5 WILLIAM JOSEPH MORRISSEY Appointed from Fourth District of Pennsylvania. Address on Graduatiogl Leave: Philadelphia, Pa. . " nts." Corporal, Sergeant, Acting Battalion Quartermaster Sergeant Lieutenant, Sharpshooter, Hundredth Night, Chorus C45 Cast C2, lj Howitzer Board Clj, Toasted "Femmes" Furlough Banquet, Assist- ant Manager Camp Illumination, Assistant Cheer Leader. LATS is an Irishman, born in P. D. land and proud of it, he says, but we all know that he went back to Ireland a few years ago to clear himself somewhat of his P. D. mannerisms. With wakes christ- enings, and a little shillelahing now and then, Slats had 'Q ' i . .. Iv cl' J: 0 fa ' Q' X Q A f I f . xl iceij 1 X J llll ' 1,555 al . e E. my r 5 fx gf. ,C r oi I I, A , ,r ' 56? Q05 l x gf'-ff 1 I 3 I . fa i , gifs ee gf' 1 X dl fffc K" rl: J ft- 'K s . 1 I 29' , ' 421: 273, , is ..'if?Zf72 .gave 2 i If 'A S I .IA 1 r 4 qi JW K 4 Z ,. 1' ", N k , H' I. n Q ima' I I A JK gg , u fill!! Ajlxsl Q if ,O L r a great time and said that he didn't see a Dutchman over there. Slats didnit make much of a hit with the "powers that bei' at first, but finally their eyes were opened and for a long time he was considered as good Adjutant Tim- her. But with his class he made a hit the first time up, and but for him our first class camp would have ended Without an illumination. Slats hates to see a Navy Game roll around for then it seems he must provide tickets for half of Philly. While in his podunk he remains hidden for friends are many and tickets few. 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P .?'f- ENW f T 'F L if ,Q LL " We S 's Vg it x 4- gh 1 " ti it fl rf 2 ' 5 Fifi? -fr via l 4' 'N " J " ' ' ' i f Lvfij ,. , 1 - p b -is dx ' ,, - u s e XX i---,, A M: ' t M S . 0. ' l 'f ff ' Sv t i 7 if 1 '- ' ,' if 3 N if Q! . as ' . fm - 'v we 2 I' J X 5 1 . X ,f 4? 3 ff -- " . ' .. fl l P qw X jk wu.LlAlvl NALLE, JR. Q . .' Appointed from Eighth District of Virginia. 'Q ,nb Address on Graduation Leave: Culpepper, Va. C- ' N Y? fdliu -Q 1' . QIWX "Wfzmwf E, U 0' N ' 5 Corporal, Sharpshooter, A. B. AJQQ- K -. ' 2 V' . U fi ' A4 ALLE has been a pretty consistent goat during his l Jill' '91 tx :ji A sojourn' in this bed of roses and has ever tarried X3 ' fd g if !-X X with the Immortals, but of late Academic cares my l N , " ij . . . 1.2.-1" "Nw ,iii Wi .gf have sufficiently lifted themselves from his shoulders for Sli "W l if 9 , " , him to indulge in s ooning and polo. As to be expected l f' l U '-W2 . . P . . . 1 ,ii- .Qxf 551 from a poloid, he is bonmg cavalry with much life, and 'Lic Q 'f X. - iz. 2 C' ff? though he may be a second lieutenant for an aeon or two, giiki. -' f . . 12 e,s- :ff ' fF- he will show the bow-le ged branch of our service that fffgynr-'-X l-ru' p-nfvgx fgfld . g iff f""'x'X -fu f tb: ,iq . k, Nflrff' 71, some kaydets, after all, get something out of our soul- F '2'ffq""" ff J, F . 1: -'fi 'fiiliv ff ,,i- harrowing riding course. Our dignified Willie is truly the pride of Virginia, and so ought to be, for there is no one among us who shows his fellows more every-day courtesy f-gax ,, than Nalle. 82, 8: R, E, R S! P "2 QQEIA' .. . jqgfgiigggiwaimlcgb A nj?SQ.v3'-'awWiQ-,Ex jg 1 Iv 'I X A 'Q F Q yxt- 15.1 E 1, we kai igrrjfr-8? . 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And it 'was the old one-master Nick, who had sailed into West Point to study, as the Gloucester V ' '59 1 -., IQ if , starboard bow. Looks like a Gloucester sailing' Nei' 19 ' f mfr 'Q V 3 Times stated, under the old masters at the Nation's Mili- -tary Academy. I-low well he has succeeded is' known. to all, especially to those hard pressed goats with whom he has often burned the midnight oil. A renowned horse- man, he excels in numerous original hair-raising stunts. I-le is completely at home in the riding hall, as by this time he knows the exact location of all the soft spots. I-ie is a devotee of Morpheus and whiles away many long afternoons wrapped in peaceful slumber and a red quilt. He is always cheerful and light-hearted and will have L -'f.-., ,,a.,X:T5 Q 3 fl U - ' -"Mgt-exi1x1" i 'V Q . -get g 4 Rx 'I - 41' plisgy.-X-.tQrQ.xz12f ,g - if .Wai A 'veg 5' .:y" -Mg E fi ' ,M fff, , f if 1 , tn as S 'iiiff' : . . -'iEzf1-ff'3Zv.f3t- 1 . , friendswhereverh he goes. 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A 9' 4 . v N ,iiwzagfk fi - - fi, 4 -- --'Q 4 . - f s 1 .. . A . 9 , ' iz fl o 1 f ' frm M ROBERT EMMET PATTERSON 0 X, J . . Xt T iff f - . Appointed from Senatorial Delaware. 45 q Address on Graduation Leave: Greenville, Del. LX 'ii imc.-'Q , .P ,, HH HD d ,, -ew G1 3 at, EI 3, 116. Yfws -'fft Cleanslceve, Sliarpsllooter, Indoor Meet C2, lj, XVinner of Golf N f ' H. 'T . f Cup, Camp Illumination, A. B. gf-gfalf' l-Q M W x T 1 'Y X l , . Jai' V . . In '. N t ft ERBY.. It doth become the mouth well-yet 5 41 if why should it be sounded more than other names? X five 'I . Oh, upon what meat does this our l-lerby feed t U gg-9 that he is grown so meek? There was once a Herby Who J, U ,agj would brook the eternal devil to keep his state among the ,. -wr' A .f fqiflf- - - - ss gg R .Wi roughnecks. l-lis conscience says to hlmf l-le.rhy,.scorn xjil,iQQ4Ql not the tea and cake -his demon whispers in his ear "Use your head, stay away from P. S. partiesf, l-lerhy followed the more friendly advice of his conscience and now "how the mighty hath fallen," for he is no longer King of the Area Birds, hut finds pleasure in sipping tea 'Q W2 Q and in honing Christmas leaves. l-le is a good, hard work- if Q ia 'fl-ie' i " ing gymnast' he was leader of the Bu le Cor s and a Z- -335 'i'l5flf as H , . " . 5 . P . 2, fl 5 Rfk' promlnent character in our Camp Illumination. He is 5' mated with Gonser and between the two they make a hard pair to draw to. St, It E S! 52 It R g - -I ,- Tm ,vNK, 1. Q Q3 ,, , irgif-:',sP24f ',4g515A:gf::f..:::z, Tffiyfifflilii . 4 Y p - if 5? :z.:Z,f2fQ-iifflifi'52, 5 file ' 21. "qi ::?'if4'flf5l3lillillltf 5 F K le 5: T ,255 Q - Q 1224, llil-'X-lk-.l Klllglllr n E if ' fx tEv1?3'Z"2:f"5fff " . .wi if .frlftmfi ll UTWN. f S, 'B . 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' ur ' , Q 1 2 - 1 EARL GRADY PAULES X - Appointed from Ninth District of Pennsylvania. , W 0' Address on Graduation Leave: Marietta, Pa. . T-.: Y? yjbnu-.f x G7 ' HP. D," ffemazxl r - gpm. Corporal, Company Quarterinastei' Sergeant, Captain, Star 14, gf: ' xg 3, 23, Sharpshooter, Assistant Manager Fencing Team CQJ, Manager 4 '- " fa 33 . ' Clj, President Intercollegiate Fencing Association, Fencing Squad K l f-,Q gh N K 3 C3, 2, lj, Engineer Team, Reception Committee 1915, . I j 7 5 .N mi .' . . Xi" E i ' 'S ' ES, straight from Pennsylvania, but donit let that .4 J .jtxttxxj bias you, for somewhere in the shuffle he lost his j.aff',',',X , ,mv v . . . ' .gy .f'f,, ,tim .gf to " - lf' . pipe and pretzel and, having nothing else to occupy 'lm , 93' li 9 2, his brain, he turned his attention to gathering tenths for el' HQ ll 1 QQQJJ ' .4 himself and for others, in both of which ambitions he has r, , -- :peg -- -1: 'f 'X 1-f 355235, been equally successful. l-le learned the secret of m1l1- -.fag fjf-4,'gf.y,Zgg3f wig, 4 31?-21. tary efficiency at the very kickoff ffor we sure got a ak ,,'fflgf'ii - . . , . lrwgg gffaafsis-1 . WX healthy kickoff 1n Beast Barracksl, and now we polnt Srig5QX,y'C'll'l f,gL,,,g,- With pride to Earl G. Nevertheless, for one of the Comfs Q own, he IS all to the good, and is willing to back his own -igilfiiff 4 ideas and Judgment until the unrighteous squeal for V mercy. We believe in him all right, and we'll be watch- 2' ,Q P' ' 'QE F' mg for an early number of the Army and Navy Journal, " gf' mlm , ' to assure us that the lieutenant has finally succeeded in 12 'ggaiivf' X4-N : ff 1, throwing a sure enough diamond hitch. SR, Us 82 R If 4 3' ,-SN "' E 'J ' M "5 .:. 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' i ff 169 J 122 ' ' K' 4 fe? . r.Nf 4l2 t " f , FK R CYRIL A. PHELAN Appointed from Seuatorial Connecticut. Xiu ' l E V , , i A. f f get-' Q 'ff in 1 'Q sm 1 f 'Q f ' 5 '-fr, , ' , 5 3 53? 9 ff 711i ,Q sg fl l ,f NX ji S K -U I e. 'ij 2 J l JJ 5' t ml ,E mu Address on Graduation Leave: 112 Benham Ave., Bridgeport, W- q t 'Q' , ,- Conn. I " s t "Cuff," "si," "cm-azz." Q! ' f in Cleansleeve, Class Numerals in Football, Cullum Hall Squad i C Q X , Q CQ, Football Squad C3, 23, Hockey Squad 141, W'restliug Squad 1,- Sl fl V-r - - ' 'lanker Team A. B. - l 1. -sf -is el P u- it - - 1 . 5 - ,, Htl , ,, . . 1 J Mt g . gitmh T 1- LD fel Cy, not the lclncl of S1 We see back on efff':Q'e, AJ? -1- ,-, - , , :- gr :lurk 1-' -. fs ' J QQ, the farm leaning over a fence rail, but a com- X2 I ,P get Q bmation chivalrous and foxy Cy. Do you re- 1 , . QA? member the night back in camp when the fusillacle brolae g x Nfl ' fl E' forth in front of his tent ancl how he macle his getaway Il ' ,. ETTLZE . . . . , fl- hi:-I N' 'I '-,vX ,',i':-.xv 1 iq ' glustlm tame to comke bacilli and get in the tac sivvay? Yes, M: ng Lay sn, A? I 'er1y, y remem ers e circumstance an its succee - W 14, 95 ing four months of area, no small slug that. Anal as 'a N gl 5 "f, -- result the Com. told him on the practice march that he Tf"5'.9SX Q mag? 5 could o wherever he Wishecl-so lon as h t cl ' ill rllxlillll 5 ? . f, 5 8 g 6 S aye I in f M. 5 K ea' " N W, Camp. Yes, Cy has been unfortunate. l-le and hls faith- Q 1 Q' 41,4 2 " L Y - . . . 1. 42 ' 4 f m om .- N ful wife Jim have spent the greater part offtheir time L 4 qsgfifwfi 3 I, ,l x . . . . ax :K M- o A fffzcglfi 4 f 5 and energy here in playing football ancl entertaining num- iQ.Ji'7,7 ll . Sig - i.'-Y'fi??- iLvf'J'0:-11", ta-"fl Q- ,A erous female guests. 2. Us R It 92 S! R It "ya, -'E :. Qu - ,Swag '4-1-4: ' i . ' , ' --X X - p,.. ., -A71 fx! 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'ml , xi 4 in nm' N N - : Tl -ca sters, : 'a , . , 1 1 1 3... yffwlv' 4 . Y? 1 .,- ,, 'gi --lil? s malh. 4 'wie QW AA lu X nv ' J - 'Q J I Q D. 'iii f' s .i .- Th A -. as-1,!-Q. " ADRIAN KENNETH POLHEMUS Appointed at Large. - Address on Graduat1onPLeave: VVashirngton, D. C. " ollv. Cleansleeve. PEAKING nauticallyf Polly is not built on rac- ing lines but rather on that stanch sea-going type that takes about two weeks to cross, you knowf No, Polly does not go in for speed. Once upon a time he neglected to maintain the minimum velocity required and 1912 caught up with himg thus he is with us. Since then he has put on a little more steam and at present is crowding some engineers out of their hard won positions. Polly loves to go up around Fort Put and watch the tortoises whizz by, but he surprised quite a few when he took to the I-ludson like a duck and swam across and back several times just to show us what he could do. Polly belongs to the Paul Revere class in the riding hall and says that the fiercest steeds always fall to the meek- est men. It X. .QQ k 1 wsyk . fl-HM: X . A , ,N N Q 6 Y' 6' ,fmflfff I I ' fl! li l 12 9 tv Ill X 121.-.,L X gs ' iq CZ' 5 W9 U Ya , il ir- ,V I fill 'ji-'xr " 3. ' nw, ' 4 14, l if :U "4-15' ,J -..l . 4 jaif: F' gs-5 . Aa :sf?g5Q?'1e'f .1 Y-1 G 1.1rt3i?1eff j 1. -swf f rf- vi ll K 3 "Munn, 2 .-K' 'f,l"f'f?3., X- A sw 9' KW R ' 1- Y Fl 'f2"'t"'!'ff, 1' LT. XX s 'fa ff .... . ., . 1 . ua'-N , vs -3 Rss' 11 '-lib -9 .1 fr I 1 X ' 1 .0 me A E Z ?"lu1mm im LQJLQ' 121 ' i ' 4' jx, H Q If 1 ' 'Q 'X 'J 1 0 g 1 ,W J - ra 2 g 1, 1 1 , . HG, L, N' Q f T L X , ,' E 2 R H, fl R U! 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N '-X AYNER started out his career as a make most 3",1d,slX 9'2 .35 I, 4 or I . . , . . . . 4,i:!.! N 1- ' f 'ga brilliantly, but came to grief 1n yearlmg winter ,ff . - .., ,Q . . . . -L. fl, gr., px g g from being too zealous in instructing a plebe sen- To jg Q H 2 6313, tinel. The Powers that Prey made him an All-Amer? i,,i'Q155' Sy i' ,J A -. ii U ' , I V L 1? A can A. B., and for the greater part of furlough he made U Q 5 6,33 fro L-if XX f 1 tracks in the company street as a member of the famous Kgfmgigan fig 2 - , . . . . . asf Lp,-g Nlarathon squad. Fencing fis hprotzgxhly hilsl long suit in fur 1 H-' ' V .viz - . if H ' ' 'ir' ri-T N" F.-Z is f"V,f' athletrcs, as he IS a wearer o t e in t IS sport, was 3415- 6 X- H captain in his second class year, and has represented the Army in the Intercollegiate meets. But he has also a jug, f,,i F good record in track work, having helped 1912 materi- '-283 R ally in her outdoor meet victories, and he can handle a 5- 'Q xg Q5 Qggfg Jlf canoe about as learnedly as anyone around these parts. "Q, '15 4, 1 nl I-le Won a marlcsman UA" pin in those rainy days when WA' we shot our yearling records, and ended up as a high ranking Shafpshooter. R, It Z SE. E 2, 92 L 'N iiiUi"4.-, .,,, - N- f ' 455' "Tiff 'ff A f sNWl'f"m,i':?rvft-fl . -rf .ipze--Ll,'ZN'--M US, . fr. r"t"':'f f F. v 'T-E13 'M 5.59 , Zifl-iiiffli-'.T..iffffi. "1f'i1',- 9 ki'-ilff-'-flviirflkll i' r- V ., -.Ei ffiiiif-ff?li?i.:1? t if Q :U 1 ffifimh- "" L 23712.10 - E X' " - iff: T f ra ,S 5 -0 2 ta is ' I t ' 'th " . K. -'Y 1, ' -Q"-, 1 -"' Tr Y- ' " r' 4'- I' ' T uw ' lk -Islrllm rr 'Al Q' , sr 1 :,.. fywrli l'l!R?- I X rl',r'1'iilU'?A''pJ1.f'r.t-- f gfyiy ,Q X Q ,4gJ1llQ,rlr ll fo "Urn-5-rx 'ry Uffffffg' lg ,A f., 1 lwfj F1245 122 V 717' W""'lfZf':i'5if'?.N "V WN Y H my S"'Wl'.:s Zi5 : .,Xu"W 'W' 1' -I U ' I If 1 af N 'ai Swv 4 ' 3 X up s , s - - . - 4 isis? JS S32 n x isa? W2 g.....s 1, 5 -,,,f A msg 5 5 ...ti Zllliilbqvg V ', glide! H X! . -QR?,4luuW silt?" fi i we aa Milli ipjgrsfs l ., i ' aw t s' r A " :f ,-Mass - r V4 .ygqgsa sf i mg 3 l .Q , My l. I its m ' ' A sg f , Wiflllllfv 'gllllli li r SAW!!! 'lImY"f lfri' f 'T f ' 1 l .f2--- Xl .5 t I li'-3i""M 4 it 15 Ego ffaiilfkkr ef, ' ' 4 , E cf 'QQ 0235 1.12 . 5? Z' wx n m- . is - 1 ef ,-fi aff 311,413 9 N - , ' -. NM" A 'l!1'. f sxgwffzff' 'At , , Q" 5 ' .fel - 98 L l X ,- i aff FRANK JOSEPH RILEY X. A A tfdf M 1 rf., x lf v Address on GraduahibiinEiaviglm4i?aSCa5uiiiliiaQ Road, Dorchester, B, fmlewcsq osron, l,L2lSS. il., I Cleansleeve, qSl'IZXl'DSl1001lfi'l', in Baseball, Baseball Team V I' I. fit. 45, 3, 23, Runt 'leam, Basketball Squad CQJ. K f QAX K ILEYS reputation as a south-paw of the Dor- -f B' ' . . . . . .4 J fl: , XV mf AIX ,- Vi , chester I-hgh beat him to West Point by several my is Q months, and when we saw that south-paw in aetion A Z lfu up aff' in one of those Hrst games we saw the reason why. The f 6,53 Alderman, as the Com. calls him at inspeetiong cut his Vg! Z! eyeiteeth on a dope sheet and can tell you more about the '-iq! ,. major-league players than he can about Bernouxlh or ULAX?-ll Torrieelli. The last of the original immortals of the . 1. 'F - U ' ,.--vff . "iff 1, V ,l j-h . class, many of those who ranked h1m have dropped by -, 2 the wayside, but Pat has stood the strain nobly and is X W, tl still here. His big ambition, aside from making the engi- lf V I neers, was furloughg but his parties did not spoil him, and . ,te al W after furlough we found the same Pat whom We had X, :TTA X learned to like so well before that golden time. it S2 A -:xv 4 1 'P U 5 - I ,Li-v4,1',,!:i N "H i ll 1 , 'Q ' W mwmhzif V A - f Ima rf w,,,l 1 -1 :aff-.1 H ' "1 0 f .55 1-5, 5221, L 'I iffffflillitlis- 5 L ai' a MQ is , - we ,fm?v?i2t1aT'nfii2Ez: f !fmgf,f,3l4l'M it ' waged Q ah ag ' 214 N- 4 ' - '.ff1fil1l?E'itlllRh ar" saws Ryu tag i A-I 2 Qlli x. A no f'-KN? L X' ' A ffm , fffflfl 2' . Afe2:s'wm2fflaw' M- 5 llfl l K XX Eg' glaflwl aw- llgil I . f -X 4-'gg Vfllv! f- ' Ps 'si' -' itil? 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Q R ., I - E Qlabllllill' ' . n .7 C - , - JM 'Xxx 7 'ti ""A' i a' N A ' :-1:,-.,..:-:-:s:,:Mt :-p .-..- , , Mrekgwfi-0' 1Qf'4 '35-.gina A- 2 ' i., Q W'Zf"1.e - "- X 1 - Eff ff " ax. ,55 5 ,' 4 r - , ' , dl, 'fi sf 'i " ,' t Q, if -fQ7XS5i2f1'ifEt5a'N2F:Yf"-rimsvitt F 5' ff - " ' T' ' E at 'ff '59 ' Q M29 5 g et -mtg 1 X ZW' A 3 2, A X 5 W , ji., 5 , A , . A.. was , 434. fl . WALTER MELVILLE ROBERTSON UQ lwjayefyl q 'W ,Sx 1 I 4 4 f i lu. . ii Appointed from Oklahoma. Address on Graduation Leave: 611 East 10th Street, Oklahoma City, Okla. "Spec," "Robby" Corporal, Company Quartermaster Sergeant, Acting Sergeant Major, Captain, Sharpshooter, Basketball Squad C4, 3, 2, lj, Out- door Meet, Class Numerals, Individual Tennis Champion 433. OBERTSON has been military ever since the first reveille in beast barracks, and to the gaining of the perfection of this admirable condition he has de- WW f 'Wa' ' - ' Q f cl ' : f D X N ul .X , f 5 L ,g,KQ.1,'5,, Egg I C ,S f . . . Q a f M ll it voted a great deal of time and, incidentally, money, on -if buying chevrons. For he has won all kinds of fancy If Mil' i' l chevrons, and withal did so well in his various posts that if gl 1 I at the end of First Class Camp he was given the coveted 53,5 Q . , , - . A' ff: . .gy'1, 1 , ai, ff ,3 four bars and sent to hold down the hd on the Chosen 6 'it ' P film. , Pm, C Company. l-lowever, he has found time apart from affairs 55 Im , -H r M X . . . Q- S Qj- ,S J .1 ,, " fig. f military to make a lace for himself on the basketball : f, l,.-','- p . . . SS ' X xv. if ' Q squad for the last four years and has participated in sev- t x 5 f' eral outdoor meets. But it is in tennis that Robertson 1 Wifi 5 M--Q., .fit really shines-he walked off with the individual cham- 'T gag Oifggdiijjw' pionship ' ye l'ng camp and th having been no t ' Q5 w W " N :t3,f,.Y,,-1' 5 if ,ALI 1 .ln ari , ere our- x nament since, he graduates champion of the Corps. 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'S P f f z ' f ' 'f 15 , 'Z Q . s , f sf :Qs , 1 I X if , X xo, Y' :J "MY 1 W, s 5 r 7 ' L w I 6 -r ,I X ff I W 4 4 ' Alia? f , x I I 1 inclinations were not along the higher vein had they seen him after the publication of the Hrst class makes last June and heard him express his joy over the realization of his dreams. Rose says no cavalry for him, as he doesnit like the beasts, you know. So live that when thy summons comes to join the Coast Artillery, Thou go not like the Doughboy scourged to his hike, But sustained and soothed by an unfaltering bride, ap- proach thy mortar pit like one Who wraps his logarithmic tables about him And lies down to pleasant dreams. - kSf.'5i54'.,I-5 w E 91 bf 'S IJUQ9 . 65-WS:-i' . f -af . qi, f' If 5 Zxxgniniifis ju ff Yea -,QQL T113 . Wr'3m . SWL a.Y qzvxiz. ,JB . a .rir in- M 45 3 - we --re' vs- is -f wiv H., 5 5' -, f i' IWR S 3 ss fi? 4 54,1 X E t is so iss 'M ' Q .o -v f a 6 i fflillllllx " Q OW ,. 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X ,- 5- - 'l rl f 15 'llll'ff!b 5 Q Eg all I jffg-Y'11Qtg:.:'1:f' , in I '71 2 ' .1 N '2 1,-ieiafitiwi tlitkfiw' 5, A 154 if X . if 7 .Y X A,,547y:s5::-ff ,wnflf 1 ,, x7 1 X perm'lHsiigQzlg2glmz'T1, -'V 1 1 4 3 gl 141125 Ss J, i , 12k K ep. grim xtgiiii: ips, i l 1 R .Qn,,,,,,m p!llll774 5 lf a 1,,,m. ,Z , W if ,m,,. g Sw QW 'f :mfr 125 ' i l! ,i C 3 1 me N ' .' 1 1 F M AX, 4 ' ' -Q! - Q I 01 E4 J CHARLES N. SAWYEFI Appointed from Sixth District of Nebraska, Address on Graduation Leave: XVillTliI'1gtOl1, Del. "Madame," Cleansleeve, Sharpshooter, A. B. AWYER has many loves and is an accomplished spoonoid, as may be gleaned from the fact that when the lady he was escorting to the hop asked dll! 0 -sd fe ffwlfi' if 'Y I 4' 'N QQIN X . J les! 1 'fll ,,, why he Awasn,t dragging another Miss Ducrot, he an- n' f X 1: jg-4 i ynq xv ' W' " ' W Fl silly H974 s s r ' ff' ir, ' .' i '4 X s -' , ' - , A ,. . 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"'- rbfesesfrli ' .1 . gf, 1 "E . f 2 of Wy: l . . es Q' 'H X ' " 'W 1' 5 4?SdLTE7-'sigfiiwfi 2 'l f1"- E W r 4 , i FRANK VICTOR SCHNEIDER x i X Appointed from Fourteenth District of New York. I S' Address on Graduation Leave: Forest Hills, Long Island, N. Y. i MQW- ' e ja'-serv .Emmet G7 - "5cl11zitz." A . I. Cleansleeve, Marksman HA," Expert Rifleman, Hockey Team, N . NX Runt Team, Indoor Meet C-1, 3, 23, Monogram in Hockey, Outdoor ' W X' , 5,5 Meet CSD, Football Squad C3, 2, 13, Baseball Squad C5, 4, 3, 2, lj, lf' , . ff! 'f ' - " H' A. B. c - t 1 A rt' . ev In-..-15 3 CHNITZ, wlth his cherublc face, was no stranger 5- .4 ' ' f Ts C- '15 , . . sfo . '. ', N J 9 l 22 to West Point when l9l2 entered. HlS,SCHtCDCC e ll' 9 ' . . .fir , here has not been commuted for good behavior, but -Nr ' instead several months have been added to it. However, ,J if J ib ' Schnitz is as happy and cheerful as anyone and his face , f ' still beams. Always a consistent goat, his cadet career N , . " 1. f I- . - ' I ' ', -Irie: if . ' .q I,., aiQi, ' has resolved itself into a battle w1th narrow-mlnded pro- ' ' 4 - flfgll , - I V I . . I ' '- .EQQZLIX-.hw 1 ., ' 554 f , fessors. Schultz votes for himself for the man m the class , f -' f'.4213'l"W A P .IGN ' . . . . . ff 'Nullli -' ' . 1 wg is most 111 love and his lHtImatCS know It to be true. He .-.. 59' " -, . . ...V 1" f? .sz i Q 01 ,. never misses a hop unless he IS ln the hospltal and IS very K4 9 :Nzlth fond of a good meal on the post. 32 S! R. R It y " f!f if E25 .211 , war ning 4 r fm. N ' , , W - , ,c ' . -1 " :,"'0!NW"'1"'HfIuf,.fas 0' v' 'Mc ' RQ- .ww .fu As tw 1 4 h:g:e.-rgaglii 5259 ,QW4 fs' i' . , . if 4' 'fm M--:Es-1115? 'S 11 T A E , .5 sf I l ,flflfi fflzlll-ll 5 34,9 if Q32 '- . ' ,Q f f :Wiri21mlzl'29QFis:Lf ' I ff llll-lllll XX 9 ll alum - 5 55' - X W.. ' Z'!ff VJ'-'371'.fSlf ff ff , .1 X ml 37 :l liPl21,liag'l3x4lfl' 1- Zff 'g' truly gfyfgxi f ti' 7 Q - aj? . , Mtg aitgirlglegglhe . . 1 r ' V .- t '- : ... 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' DEE? f VAX i i l . -inf.. 5 3. .1 FTER having converted V. M. I. Otto packed his I '- ' I . . . b . . .azwr 'J Q ' - X., I ,q i itt e grip and hit the reeze. Sent his card into ff. ri 5 " "ff, A aj the Supe., said he had come to stay--and he .rggx Q had. Incidentally we might add that he has been the Q I ,L means of several other men's staying. Otto is a man who is in, f, T ' , -"tj , . . w-El' 'f fide ?g1x5'fffQ hasn t room enough in his many cornered body to harbor 1 h 1 1, h h - 1 h ' iff?',L.rff??f - , ,mf a grouc or a grow , ut w o as a continua s ower ot 'I MW 1, - grins or chuckles to help out the blue day. We are not F . N flea -5.1 W' " , . . -, J .4"':, gif.: wk - ,If sure whether he will stay and soldier or take the stump Q iff!! g for Bryan and start a boom. Of course, it will largely 5. ig fe depend on what SHE. has to say about it. I-le said he'd .1 , ' fn. -111. L: X 'FX fb write and see but the answer had not come up to our Y'iVH7X""' fix? X -,L 4 ,.,::gN..- E, f if ,',e1f .. r ' fri? time of going to press. E. is R se R, Us '- m "fi'- M., ' V ,.,- ' 1 ,.. ' '23, .-wi-.f7f'.,, . Fxfii .jgifbflfv-' ' "cr2?U,f'ff525224'illk1s E A NF 5 E? :- no " Q3 wxiiifi' 3tg,"a - - S, fZ?ffs'r!zvf1i21H' .. 'Uv ' eff V . iw aiiii:e'w1'l3-WXVQ'-Ear Lgfqsszgfxfrflslliiatirlhirl ' , S' fx f 4 - .i2f.ig2uX2wgsfia':Egyif eifmzsr 1 r . s :ig V ff-r,..g' itf4'w.g,r,p,'f'.f,rz mx.:- 128 ,T '- . im' agua! fx . , A f .V " ' , ' .2 KU f-X- X--.-. a liyxt .' M.-.N-!:en -...11T.."-T'-'F-' :lull ..,......,-- JV W!-. .2 wrt-lx 5 ffi, 'c , tl , if 'Mn X. I ff, It L K x P, qc I If vp .1 S... er xi w 734 -.V 2501145 FRANKLIN CUMMINGS SIBERT Appointed at Large. Address on Graduation Leave: Gatun, Canal Zone. i "ilI1LcIeer," "Si," "Sibert." Cleansleeve, UA' in Football, Hockey Team C3, 2, lj, Cullum Hall tl, 3, 2j, Flanker Team, Monogram, Hockey C3, 2, lj, AI B. amiga " ' ' 'N '- .hi-A K llll NYY' i Y ' . 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I of 9 ' QQ l-dxiyt b 4 ,.7 1,-'ff I diy Q X 0 , D. - ,. ffm . 5 h g M5 -UQ? OR a long while we had difhculty in getting holdiof our official photographer. At last we received a letter from him saying that if we would see that lVlr. Sibert stayed away he would come. Inquiry devel- oped that Mucker had threatened to "trim him propern if his picture did not do him justice and also if he didn't tone down his nose. Fortunately for Barney he did so well that Sibert had to ask "Who that guy wasn and all was well. Si's trimming propensities have come in handy for us, if not for other schools. There are known to be several football men in the outside world who have reason to remember "The biggest little center I ever saw." Full of energy ready for anything from a boodle fight to a desperate attempt to break into the hospital there are going to be two people glad when he leaves Sibert and the Com. - .f ffm: ..,V vxxygf 'a,2 N. ,ye " ' r Nm 'R iq W ' ' . an.. 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A it gI I Q, ..ZZ.'.T. i'lllli'll 'x ' ' I I "t1'f",:'li5,'lllH-Q EX F E i'n"'a ' , ":z1i'4iff.f1iiiak-is - 2 - 'fl f 2 - . .i.f,',1iglzgll1irrikXx. ZW Q52 G -M-' Q' , ffyyL",Eb1:'-' ,45'ff'ilflllillliiifthxix Qqffl 'E XR Vflllill lllllllillixii as ' zr?RNN ' A A 1 I? . N x ' f '-- q.....,sfiw1i1'vm"'illl JOHN NICHOLAS SMITH, JR. Appointed from First District of Virginia. Address on Graduation Leave: Fortress Monroe, Va. "Gaby" Sergeant, Acting Sergeant, Sliarpshooter, A. B. MITI-I'S innate modesty or his lazy disposition kept his military virtues from being discerned until quite late in the game, and even then Smith showed that he wasn't much in the quilling line, so at the end of First Class Camp he went back to the simple buck life. Smith is easily the best swimmer in the Corps and does some div- ing stunts in the gym. that would make Annette Keller- man feel like a has-been. What time was spared him in First Class Camp from mounted P. M. E. soirees, after- noon revolver practice, and similar little extras, John de- voted to canoeing and swimming in the 'I-ludson. His unfailing tendency to look on the sunny side of the World and his readiness to mix in anything going on, have made him a general favorite in the class. awww V A QW 13 0 r 7 , f' ' I lf fi g . I-'lr xg' e ' C 2 A 17 Qi L E I-" It .mi ' N U- O , lr' , 5 ifwfvx .Mit xy, i X ,:-l QLXSEZQ ' 5 i'5lll-XS Ng! 1 ylrrylw g x l mi I fji R 4' x 15 5' X -w -f-S Wits s , T '.f?PQF'VUx .f fiisfli' , mlm ' . 5 da iw: s. - 5 A HE M E is K Xizil 5 , ez- 4 f, -5 gt 3, Q2 , I f as , ae, at at at :fan Q + it x A at s if , 2 SS X zfifrgfiiiez-1' 1 E . 5 -v i isigfirfiritsse 32 :PD 5.95 ,iff qi- 3,1 ,S Q Hag X, I ,lj Il, 'Mi 1 - li il . ' I 5 1 I l S ' -Q i , . f , mms l d i g? ,ics al l mm0'Q' mm l' V 4 : S v V I M - Q Q 2 A ' 9 9 lr' Q 4 Q H 7 gs- a w 4 . .x , , ' 155' stil 3: fl H154 E- "Will, - 1 lx X fwlfll 'LX ' .l 'llftlt w fb' " Nqqwlgg,- . n wuuly -egg f' ' vf- ' 1 T fi .. Mya ., K :J l r ge t I , if Qt fl 11 4 A -L?':tTr X H, - fits-sf gr-ff 8 . X 'I f.?. ..r, -.ac-fx ., ,QE f V ff '-': -4 as . 1-f ., 'vmwjsfr Ns 4- ' Q 1 ,I gy. arftsr N918 1' J I 4g, .bk S ' 'ig s' 2 A ' is . E - : 2 . . 224 ' 1 ll I l' sf f ' Q fum 5, i p ' E' sv' -6 ss: 2 2 r we 1 ' 1 2 1 12 tits na I l, I :qw - . 'S ' , lf .if ' ' .. 1 f V 1 ' llq, U A Zia: l ' lg ' ' "' 1 . v l . . ' I . es jg rm III J llll' me Q, Zta J ' ,Q lv ,. X V nf' ., - PA n fn! 1 , f . 753 ' - . V 'V ' 5 eo: river, A-Arr '-L9 - 42115 gg - l'ir?'l3?N J 'E xf LT 4 - ' . dist? 'f s Q r s aw ,. X tg. l - , - 192 . A .J 9 , " -zslffv , f I ROBERT THEODORE SNOW I X X Appointed from Seventh District of Massachusetts. NX X wg Address on Graduation Leave: 30 Cary Avenue, Chelsea, Mass, XQVQ V: ' - "Colonel," "Goat," "Balm" I N Corporal, Sergeant, Acting Sergeant, Sharpshooter, A. B., B, A. , x xt s , , I 1 4 . OOK out, girls, for this charmer from Massaehu- Lg 'll . I' 'Qi setts, for he has broken many a trusting heart and - rm l tg .' . . . 1 rr- N . 'B' ' l IS altogether a bold, bad man. Before starttng in dll J . " -' i I , E' . . ..'. A - ,, H Eg. gam hk Al here Snow began his life work as a soldier ln the-tim - 5.j,m,m 22.595 cfs I I E-'- Q I l 2. W A, Ml - I , 'lf' Q is 5 'Q ' W- schools of his native state, where he and Nickerson held all makes from artihcer to presiding officer of the Salem regiment. No wonder then that his efforts in the make line were rewarded by the Com.g what a loss to the body chevronical it was when he was busted in First Class Camp! l-le has always been a prominent member of the Goats, but do not assume from that fact that he is wooden. Such is not the case, for, like his brilliant pre- .' ,Iwi nlfl rlpll ...T Hu -f:- Clv:m1.-1.- 1 , t .Eg Gr rf 5 Q r,,,l , in -uf' ,f-at X s .QQ an l ' V rife , X rl ll Q 1 I 4 clecessor, he ranks very high in drawing. As one of his 'QF Q' ' " , ' ' . H .f - tP"""fT7f7X'..E E old Chelsea friends statecl, Robert has done so well that I 'K ' l ' he can be an ofhcer of Infantry when he graduates." tg. s ' we " HUP ' . . ' . - fair" 'f"f?5?3i-fr l Uprw""'f""'f"'0-Q M f 'K ,a f "f,-Lu. Q- SSN-M T ' My xg: in rm " Hll Q 'QA 5 Q2 A 'il N L' 1 im .s' e asa . ' Q: , Q , ,, . l g QQ, - v K1 Q V! , N ' .9 ' .4 'wraps'2.11,f.af5Js1::e. follflil fd gmf njfse , a, 51 2,45 f : 1 - ' b 'I' 'K -t fl 'X " 52-i55F7??Ti?' 5 ,f .f'9' ,' u '23 ' ' E xl' Vimzllfi.lllllll'lII!5fi1 fffl- rrxl Zj' ,g-S: 5' 'P ,g 'Q' a ,gi.2,l-QZKQ Q sg ' , ' G ,b -.. N 1 .' f- Ns.-1 s,51zi"'f'5,li ,, , rx I bg . 'V ig 'fur 121: 4 . e i ,r X rgwumrmllllbilf 'li W f fmfmz-az-0 iff 'H -f ts uf 'l ax 131 . d sx-fe , .41 sf Ike. ' Cleausleeve, Sharpsliooter, Football Squad, A. B. A I-IO'S got the papers? Watch out, boys, here - comes Ike. Ike is right there when it comes 0 if 'fl 77 . . ?f4Qx3 - 1 ,., . . N .sfflfhllk 5 -1 . f ,X is -. - " W ' '1 -' 1' v '36 5 Tiifii ffi I WW ?' wi V 6 : my -, 11 .. 5 Q , 4 s 'iffy 2 N Wag, -sg ' A :QM my xi Jill! JW 5-T5 . h axxpmr 4 I 1i Numara S W. Q Q 55 ' 5 sl 1 an Q ' S MSE ' .nm s 5" ' wi S -A ,.. sf. , awnlmf- qnlmi? - . y 1 ' iiillllllllf qw- t e-s . W 51' , 5 K E -Q. 'We' I v 'L '., i ' 1 '4 ' ' E , 1 we .g ll 1: ? " :1 5 s ., ill s I ' V z f j ,q i r I V--If F W 4 :fum Ia illegals? f X Q x . , t If I . " " - sz-7 il I xtf if ' "- . W f' 'Ili ff -w, c f . 3 as 11. 34 A Q 1 f,:4 4 - I M ffm 3' -. .-f Q' . . .Ns 4 9 -J.. ,L . 4 0 1 ,ik Q-. - E gg Vf.g.34f!,E ,uh . . 04315 Q QQ be iigigxisf-i y if 5, Q ' I -!...3'.A ',: ..3, X Y ,r ky :gi A 1 fs " ff. , 2 - E 0 4' H' E. Y ,iff 3' . 'QL,, '3 I Q9 ISAAC SPALDING E E I X l- J Appointed from Oklahoma. n , W Address on Graduation Leave: North Enid, Okla. 1 'X 5 1.- 1 ji 'aw Y f 1 5 s X 4 'O ' I ' lr f' I K . lj 5 W X, Q -mtl" . ' fl 9 I Z, I to noiseg he has a voice like a fog horn, and if he gets mad his expressions can beat his Voice to a stand- still. Some say that Ike is only a bluff, but when it C Glx C 'J Jgjitj 23,1 sql .bs 5 , ' I 14132 5 comes to a showdown he has generally held the four 1' f ,f', fggp f:,.f,f ' ,. ,, . . 'fi ,K if .. n,.75llf.'jf A- aces. We first met Old Ike in plelne camp and sized f-A2522 xfffwcfi-lu, 5 . . iassfziyl I 'iff' h1m up, next to lVlr. Gonser, as the meanest man 1n the -I -2-,w :EA I ' M- ff, class, lout finally we got next to what kind of a fellow he . ,,.. wb V52 , . -9Ff4f,?-fflei Xt-r iffy, 'Mfg really was, I-le 15 one of the best natured and most easy 3, 1 " sg t - . - r Him ' tra" '11 fl. - going men in the class ,and no matter whathappens, even N " 'vci'f.' ff ., -, . , '. ,St 315. t"- Hp ' ff- though lt be one of Tom s famous left eye punches, Ike ,HT 'I 'l':. .XTSY f-115' - - - 1? 1 , vi 1 gets up smiling. But take care not to ask him what has Lf.-fw 1' 412 ., x N . . . . A, Q ,SQL become of his iodine brushg he might get really mad. R, ,fb wp 6 -,-,MQ -fe .ifstiif , . , , ,,,. I iweiiw 2 WE I M UA W5 ' .ic Ml-5 'ffm 5, riif'+ief?f2!xii1l 2 X 5 E2 Q. E :1f.tfrs1f':1w3W, 9 ' ev 'a f I :l-mgrgs-3:11-511-71. - rs 0 ct? -3ws2effsf2wfbs:sS: ""U:7'?fff.5Sltll'VzQtQv' "i"'Ildv"" E ' 5.12011-. ww' ffill!iy3i'aiazg'3lY13YEfiQ5w1f' Nffiffll EWU, ' 1 ' .ww - , f- ' .tilitivizzmffzffv-aes gain - mllib lhl 'ff'-ff f'fZF3gM mf f,lyg"f.:.f'zg 4 j 'rv 'llggjft My 132 Q-Haig nl gg ai 5 e in ir is 5 rr i it .cr mini" ' 'Nil' r-T 7 .th .V Q .I ' Mfg A A . gl u E92 1 W , ' S""ilH'n- ffffi QQ Q 1.1 FV 1 : a 45325 . 211 H 7 ' all Q if fs ' 2 v l Qi ' 3' f 1 s ,I ? xx, 5 HK it 5,5-Y" 'L av ,t . , , M-- 1 ' A lu 'A sa N ' 'i ii , ' -'I'!'1:1. flllln, r , 21 Q 'lllliiwag ii,.,, f ?""ll' ww - " f E Y ' 1 1 'L QE X X FV 5 3, 6 ?'A X 'Zahn if , '44 li 'M vw .. , X 2 r t ef 4 S 3 :Q L J r 'J' i IH gy!" '15 1 4 e 'i 3 E' R 5 1 ' i ' ggi WK, sql sf' Y ,, , 7 , Xl . Wi gf I . V" . . '22 5, -fl: y i i ' is N sw 4-X 'X f ' ' ' gg r .ggi . 49 s 1 N . ki T? in ,yi g ggg f- , ' 3 'j 9.5 " I SIDNEY PARKER SPALDING . ,' Appointed from Seuatorial Massachusetts. Q, Wa, Address on Graduation Leave: Boston, Mass. Fx' F gem x nsidj, 5 v,,- Corporal, First Sergeant, Lieutenant, Sharpshooter, Football j ' I Squad C4, 3, 2, lj, Assistant Manager Hockey CZD, Furlougli fain X 'R 'E Q W Banquet Committee, Numerals in Football. ' f WN I ' 1 "K .NN ',. 1 - V ,egg 9, ' . IL . -B! "AX F we had not put Mass. after his name you 'would 'fit X' lf, Fj fwl-t, U know he had at least seen Plymouth Rock and maybe' GW? O fir m shaken hands with his Pilgrim forefathers, as he can "' fi 112, ' say bath and half in a manner to make Miles Standish r D ,Q .1 1 envious. But little things like that.don't count whenyou :tai jf" IZ pass along and consider the sound common sense and fl, 'J - stick-to-it-iveness that he brought with him when he came. ' ff, ' ff' gf - - A4 -3CAf.ik:- 4lf,,,.,Q.his 1' ,. I 6 If there be any truth in the saying that A football scrub rgggxsjgy-,fx My gy 5, if ' X T gets his reward in Heaven," we will find Sid in the front J ' rank twanging his harp and chanting i'Tipperary.,' gf' 7 f'.-,-'lf 'i' 9 ' "" ' V4 - , W ' YDS- 'L A "ff, .ja 'gs Through four long football seasons he has stayed with the 11 1 F game, narrowly missing his ..Av in two seasons. ,Not the kind of a man who works for the 'il..ong Corps' 4 Shoutf' but one who tries hard to bring about "the snake ji Wi' dancer, at West Point. ae, ae, se, ag at ag ae fi--' - x 7 L' . 'i' ,f'1'1'ff'f.N9 Q72 -' : V, 1 z "'z,ff:1l4 'agp ' D-it nnua P ! V - . 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' ' Y .-,i gf' i 8?,1i3Zma l f". f Q Aff A ' J , i g ht ' Q . 4' li, . yt: of ' 'l ff QQ" fb gy, l,," 1 - A- ,t , . gl' Qzfsggfw f 4 v sy . i5f'23gilw,r. "P-A a -f - - V -a 'Q ' 'W " s ' al. .-.. X l gf Q W 4 l Z 5' ii' .3 ' In Q 6 'V if Il, N 41 i 1 .- 'A 1 1 is E lvj' E. Ar -tiunf' 5 g lg Lu "' S e ,Ig 1 . . 1 If M sw f , Nj if i s N W 2 Q xx xx in N f is .4,'f w.n5'5 X l N Sm Q A X Qi 5 'ai' X its ' 5 . 2' Q, 553 ' 'gb x :: ,, 1 X X si SQ fe fg Q MAXWELL WESTON SULLIVAN Appointed from Eighth District of Minnesota. Will? Vllllilfl awk Xwza X S if-7 Address on Graduation Leave' Pow 37 Friclle' Winn Q ' Lf- - ' . ' ' ' I r y' A ' WMHFQ' sr ifffaff hO.,ff....H eeitif Q .. - 1 gw'-gf. . -iw Sergeant, Lieutenant. Sharpshooter, Reception Committee 1915. a ,wif 3 W .-ll . ' . . R ,Wil-Q95 pf ULLY spent most of his two years as a lcaydet in 'FM staving off academic dangers, but of late he has rl --fy, 3 -gg . . ., A fag sailed in calmer waters and has been able to devote 3.5! 1 QE dfnxiiti' I-71'5'sl .C '.Q'R1f,1f"-HL' , . . . . 13 -,ffli3,l,'w 4 i aids O Q his time to other matters, principally to P. S.-mg. I-le 5, lfgevileix Cie .Q 'A .,,, , fl Q' 'W' . . . . . Q' ' ,fj QD F 'TIA and Hop-card Hmey just about tied as the heaviest spooners in First Class Camp, and nowadays no function ',tt . . . takes place on the post Without the receipt of a dainty -5: if-4..."f '45, 'Q' 11,1514 , , . . . Q e1,!,.25f.- lI'lV1tC by our erstwhile retiring Officer. F or the first few KQQ21 -- fin, . . . -- Trf , times the Com. dealt out makes there was a mis-deal in .rf '22 2 ' ' ' . ,314-4,'.-1' Sullys case but he drew a sergeantcy inlsecond class 3 QlXlff'?1if'?'ff2fff Spring, and since then his Hight in chevrons has been EQ N- f if-B112 . . . . -i 5225-'l'fv,,Nsl . ff. meteoric. Like the best of us, Sullivan gums it occa- if A M - it - A-ef . .. . . H , A-i' 2 -.- sionally, By order of Lieut. Col. Shbley! l 1 But fa-ew' X- . sam - . .4-F-4'v-' .wif L f being an ex-goat he takes it well. 2 92, Us D! R 'ffl'-'f.-'f,,, ' lift L P' r'i- 5'ffa4jl'iiR3 Ami. , ,'bvcfk'N'fwLQ2 --lta :Niall M-xpk--R ' " ' t 'tml-r41,, ' -2' X . ', , '-' L? r ' 5' 50? f " ffff, . ' ' ziflili'i .N 'f ' " . 53M 'fi' f'+75?ffifS?iEPf'?' Q ' H: ba ' 'f ' -- j"5l5f5ll?s?5?f3fl ...-f-1, 5, ..,,. , V . - ' -rep -i-..-W - ,. ,.w mt L -Lax.,-S.. ' .,:7,.'ff"." tl -LS' 1' E . ' 2 ?f'f5,.fgF:,,ff. Er' . N , 2 1f..,f5,gi:-'yfQeb.. 2-ff' Q1 Hi " fi' Milli fx gilugmbo' 5 5? W lf ' -'eflff ' till!-4aHlll'illlllllF'Ti. LH , wil 5320, regain' Li ,ff ig Jgtlgi' Willa ll l l f- 49'l1rllllll9n 4 iid l um'mn,!hEIm A 'M it lZmntl"Fil'i Ur- 134 tv x-1'll1,5.,f5.sf7:,'w"'r vi E v s""zf..' . ,a ,w"'f" 'QS ZZ 5' N Ewa. War, It SS N My wwf' 'li iSRv1"" i Wflnfz he ' H S , 1 ss ,we t Q, ev fp. We :Nei 1 2 'es . -K as f 11 - a mx 2 .wr ' X- r 3:9511 favs? 3- 1 EJ- , 5 1 -nllllnif full' 'ms wtf 1 'lllwf' 2:2 i "fi 5 f E r ' I - ' I' wifi. U L ' ' Q: . -, ,I ' f g,,a'uw Q hi, -41 'a . , 4 I f g st, ,fu J X ff i X ' k . yxxg J.-tsix,-ffg 'six 5 .1 ' H fm.. 7 , 'ev X ff if is to 'ff' PEARL LEE THOMAS Appointed from Ninth District of Ohio. ' Address on Graduation Leave: Swanton, Ohio. lvttfp . t it . ' ,fm ,, fry'-'122i,L'5Q tt f Vik'-DQ-'Yi N X451 xg , ' KN 'Wg if . XJ! Cleansleeve, Marksmzm, Indoor Meet 435, A. B. ' Lf,gN"l R to -my .ity MQ, E is rather thin, but though he may look like an X ,M ' ' ' ' ' ,' E ,KAY L. ,',' f+5:5?'t ffWfam1ne512t'm, hi L Wh? he icuii he D 1? W U Q 1 ave a ean an ungry oo we cant see, or 1 I, 69 H 52 , gm! ax PKQSQ ever a mess hall Waiter earned his salt it is the one Who tries to feed Thomas. Maybe that is why he doesnit t4"i9i1'-'V-'Y F - - :Q "Yi "f.f"f.l:'-tQ:- talk much-he is too bus eatin -ma be between meals 'ei'-'i1f5 Km4','f,,s41,v, , ,,lg?i?. Y g y .rggjvif .:X.Fg,fg T1-.WJI4 he is too busy digesting to talk. Or maybe he is just Am -Q: if - - . . . . ,, 53, X' 'Mfg-:.f. ybxjfi . 45 -thinking of a trusting maiden in Ohio State Who helped frgrgigixkgiii. ' ,M-'ts fp' T1 . . . . 'fX'1S':.'! .JY-.kg 53. 1 -,W-A.I"'. him teach school long ago. All this is just maybe, he-. fg 835-iff' I ' -f cause he must think of other thingsg for when he does 3 ig Q5 talk he has something to say and it is usually worth :BQ-Ji :Y 4 h ' 4" .iii?ifiifv'T?'i i. ,WJ Qs earlne- M. ue. at ue. ve. ue, ee. at at se 4 1 512224 e m V+, - A i fgwakpsdgig-3. - GG , ?flf'i'- 'ffl' . .I -'rx N , - - "ff, gm -'aj E' ami ' 'nz - .. . . .- ff if 555 2' " iv ' , Wffitlltxeiiftk- ?6b"m2 '33 22 L 1125? 39 -X zigilitiatlt3s2':lM1jQm..- " 'f5'vi.x Y 1 - 2' 2'-'S ' f' f s - i ' - .11 'f lf lg' tlliflix 5 K X "tl S lititflfiiutgtllhtiiisef "' - 11 L ' i ' Y ' ef' 'Wf'25'V' f ' 9- WW?-P.i'e"'ifi?l2'5'? 55 ' '15 "' .ff '7'Z'111r1li5mlm4 ff ' U JE Aw ll 135 V 5 5' ' V - " 1' 0155 0 ,fyilg -' - , X 4 S" Jai. - Q N , ww .. 'f , ,..... ami E ' -'raw' , ,... .55rE:f::s:rs1.-W., .,M!,,5g 1 . f' ew .ma r . 5' f ' - '. ,. X .. " '- rag' Nga'-rg,15:-v 1. 't 2, f.-Y s E . 5 7 5 fl - ,Q,. H Hi' 5?5f1Ql+iiW"-Wx x f 5 -1 . 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Oy ef and is EWS been ' ' un- 'A Q mlm AZ id Slvely londesert, He geady at anyistrong revol , E if V establishej comfirsationnd Flynn frame to strike utlolfary . 1 A pflngiples authority a Sv Flynn 0 quently hae mutlny, Ulloa getof anarchy: ang pe?lCe, ang 336 Side Ofe. exces- Nm 9 i I I " -. , - ' 1 ' im' 'fl 13551 Soundin S bewllderc-:Eli revolt' Fl Hoa upholcllustlce' J f s sb gg Kula' Lwing Ciizg' 'Squads eaagifi so encinngalks so flag lghe .ig x 35 f f' - n a C1 S. N t S r vw ar . 531931 C w1l1 1, d H swea ever C ar., at -N -2 . , th I Dume Q ,. , 5 4' try Off C one W. rs that eggs h . nt 13 0 O , 1 ' 3 'Si Crs t lth m'l' When h ' 9 ls a Y 5x Q H 777 C " Q. N O Hlak - lltaf . K e get Peace, 5- ' 41' ' 3 493 F 9 for five be hlm Co y bqsmess S through 11 '- ' -, 9,,q' 5' every Cadet seasons he hinmandmg gefneven If his C ere :ig N4 wwf Eg I 4 5-V gfflceful Cl fegards h. ,S Played th eral. As Oun- 3355 3 QAQVE .4 3 14 mlna' aUC1n lm a ega Cent Ni- X t1 g ha S ab me S er- A. fC 1,-1 - f ,v V e OHS and S bee S01ure1 0 Well F f "- klv. 41' 19 Yay they Ik Hunclredtl? admired at Y Sure. D that .- ,A ,wifi 1 ' A - 1 ' 9 -Q "N ' x N - amy ,yx , emme 1 e hlm Nlght many C ag0 5 wfsfif y. QQ fl ' .Q V 1 are yo When She ex Qt hops Wa Pefformanc amp Inu- NNQ' '5 New u a real t Cltedly a 14 S Shown 1, es' and th " ef Kiixvfkk . 'XD 'N' A' 'Wm me COunt3"S lid him "Ohy one youne X-'ffl' ' , ' -f ' ' '99 '11, X -.H+-'W '52 ,sq fwfr Us R ' Mr- Ulloag V4 ! lf' f-ffj?7f5f5.a31iMg H . Q Q y r f M . ,f,g'5!f1:ifv1f.giigqgxiiixxxw, ' 1' E ,Q ,E Q fgfxs S! FI M", .3 . Q:-g,,, , frmfflffiawnw- F1 ws W : fwvixfv ' sm wa A f -fx n?liiU5xN".'K?'x'fA 1. U67 ' f" 13:-w-W!"L'.'f 2 K . ii ffl V- ,R :ffm V, SY' TWU? ,fr I A H GX 1' S?f?F5n:,KY44,A1-.famfls-iff? ' fs -P ' H' fxgjffffatwi A ' 21? E3 55525 55532. 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' All dl tr H .-.5 f- lllr' if Qi ' it ".,,',, . - ,E l rv' 4 , , 1 . j , 1 iiatfff'- 5 ls' "il wuz txxmpkg If ' 'i55.'.+ 1,4 , x 1 512, .Q 3 1 Q glial! 2' - -tx ' 3 y e Q '? 4 fix'-ieg: iq ' f' fr r 5 4.1 A -ra' uf. -.JM " X ' gl, ll 1 1 I X 71 NA v L' is 5 cuba? e it :tit WALTON HARRIS WALKER Appointed from Eleventh District of Texas. Address on Graduation Leave: Belton, Texas. "Billy," f'WnH:." Cleansleeve, Sharpshooter, Horse Show, A. B. , MAN who hastalcen his fun where he found it but who, best of all, on his birthday received - from the gods the gift of finding fun Wherever he goes if it is there, and if it isnit there he gets busy and Wag? - ? 'e, ' J' - !! V 57? 5 0 J 1' 7 yi, ,ID f 'Q . Sl 4' , E 2 ' f as ' it 3 X I ,,'. ,sgN E' W .4 Q ."3Ni' X I af, it SX 2 y 4 . J a 2 E 1 , . 'f Q N! 1 A1 lil A-'ofl19llZ it K A9 makes some. Another one of the rank and file whose . df? ' red banner bears the legend "Agin the Governmentf, 7,1-,'f ,V jx . ,, . , ,gg 5:1 :Qc ,l,wx'i' 'eg and whose slogan IS Down with the T.D., ' but the lv , thing for which we like him most is his loyalty to every 4 EZ: Q " .Y . . 3 ,T E ,WV-ig Y' - 136 fit: sort of athletic team We have here. I-le burns his face -91,5-4 ig . - . . . . ff, ,tn-.esf -.3 Y? " 3, along with the baseball fans, he shivers hlmself into a -3 Q " mf ,. . . . "1 ' ' zgfsjgxre, X' Y' 'A,,,,X N sweat at football practice. No weather or physical dis- 3 lr' f d if h ' cl d h 'if rf- .QA TZ-ill lynx, A com ort can ampen is ent usiasm an we nee t at sort E ,f , ggf- L. f , ,- f -Jug.. .Wt ,Q far of men here. It bt, I: It R, it It R. Sgr - 4, '53 ll l' " l r Q . , , WN 'lfliff-':::., , --garage-41,...x K. f N17 ., C3128 :yy A-.fwH.,,g1g,zl 94:1 -... A-. f f-in .'A..---affff-M jjE:5',f4:f511f. 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T P it - . i M' sux - ,Q Q9 lx' -I 1, af ' ll 2 Q er . r ffl - .l 'Q 2 gag 'E Sw, ' 5 A' 31 ' 'rf "4 W 4 iii' 'W f 48 2- : - .5 417 K.. W' A V Aiffsi-yi T ' .. 7 - 4' Q -1 -A g 4 f I N W 2 ' -..f . -' f- N " - ' X. . I ' 504 ,ru - X QSM I Q Q EEN! ,iplz 1 R Q sr.. ff Wife i 653 'if' f qi Xgilff' 'tl' YQSQKMLQ 1 75 'fQ.?i"ff , ff X . Yif:.,1,, I vs . 'LA ff t H4142 wwf - V 4 xx V ET 4 fi ' K ' l'g ii STEPHEN MARSTON WALMSLEY Appointed from Senatorial VVi5consin. Address on Graduation Leave: 576 Nlurry Ave., Milwaukee, lVis. "Dad," "Pcz,."' "Fatl1c1'," "Fat," "Dndz1y." Corporal, Sergeant, Lieutenant. Sharpshooter, HA" in Football, Football Team Cel, 3, 2, lj, Track Team CB, 21, Tug-of-war Team C4, 3, 25. Hundredth Night K3, 2, lj. Horse Show CD. N average man at the stage of life Pa has reached E would be content to spend his few remaining years in contemplation of past achievements. Re- posing in a big easy chair before an open fire surrounded by the golden heads of loving grandchildren, he would leave the burdens and struggles of life to younger genera- tions, content to pass his days in peace and rest, to live again in memory the stirring events of a long, Well-filled career, to enjoy the privileges which are the due of gray hairs. But no! ln Walmsley burns the fire of eternal youth. He mingles freely with his younger classmates, indulging with them in their childish sports, -and that still graceful figure, clad in the cadet gray, conceals the Wild- est spirit of all. He looks forward with interest to spend- ing what should be his declining years in the cavalry, that branch of boldness and daring and dash. R. 2 It -,far Q 1 a Nj! 1 sf? We 3731 s.ii-thi? ,,' if 7 .. me .sedf?'5EiFu. Q 1- LQ 4 f.. ',,7.H 'j - -f wuuilllkumf Giga I a v gum! 1 ' .N . . - , . .rm s as A , .s-1 g+ HQ ,MQ Q ?',f91f5SjQ.1::1g, if ,T -.C i wwf Mqx 24 6 ---Af-vc.: lv 5 'Q' S S T5 S . 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S X afqmaf, in , Y 5, G .V hi: C ., Lad E X fffss ir S 'KW5 'jgfy I 1 2 Q gifs dlllglrnf 1 1 .f 5 ' N E 2 i , -aillfg . 4 xl , 7 l . Ziff 5 , .. if r A65 Ill . 'If' 'W-1 ' , on 'WI llln , Y an V pmgll' amwnrg az " . A fl ' S' 5 . , , ., A " I Ag-7 j 1-' X . . f . X wan f - .. - 1. l v w ' at . . 4' ' Wltflfit . ' , Ii . ' f fl M Q- 039 Yf - . to ,bf -QQ - '-li wi ' ' 4' 5 Ffa.. ' . M nl , , .. . N 'X I . ' if-.3 .,,',-al fxrexf'-, J w. GAULBERT WEAVER xx .1 x 4' 5 , X - Appointed from Senatorial Kentucky. S ' . Address on Graduation Leave: 2010 Third St., Louisville, Ky. ' I "Bill," "Cnif1wn Bill." , Cleausleeve, A. B. , - "I" A 1, 1f-- JK' ,fx 'i - ' so 5 will . , X- wt: QI ' EST POINT had a task on ltS hands when ', - 9 5' L . . . Ffyxajx ig:-hr. fl Mfg . . .W lffxw' ' Chlcken Blllu entered. I-le may have had-some 3534-ijglklkgjl 4 law.: , , , , Y-iw isfw fv .I J l aspiratlons to be one of the Com. s own but he - - . e . ,f'- 'Q so M' rv.-Haul! has never shown It and, at the very first, became lmbued fgg.g4.o'jQ':.wgjeffzx1, with the revolutionary sp1r1t of ' FU Co., and-ln every ,y gl X52 r,','f,, , . . . , . iii: .i,...L.f-M' ji uprlslng has been one of the foremost. B111 s hobby IS as its -,is-gf . . . fifitll ' scavengmg and bomng account book, and lf you have any klgefi.-Ly X41 '-:f:5iv.gC67- Hi-fi? doubts of it, inspired by his spoony appearance, just gg 4 J . . ., . 154.'J"-Wesia.-f,1,f,f'gm watch him going to breakfast some mornlng and they will y' I., all be dispelled. Bill says the cavalry is all right, but 'ifir T fJffl,'U,-f- 4. .I , . :gg-,:' 322 . lg! a i fl he prefers the doughboys. We dont know why, but Y H-P "'-" 'K -. - - - - , ' 5 Jffi?'.'i'l5"'1q. 5 after seeing hlm dashing around the Hall, tightly graspmg . 'his horseis ears, we have a hunch that for once We have , X33 H. 'J known a Kentuckian who is not a born rlder. R is . " Q 53 - Aj! "f'glQf:ALj xiii! ft- 7 ,QM .-2,,,'5 . 4.53 . 5, ff- 4 Vw! u..lLlsf5'f'i""'ff,E2llQ , l'5"t'?f Q 'F '13, as :el - .ai a s .1 a ,lg "":fT?,Qfflll5llllklHl' A if me f A my is 5, ef fi , 5' 5-1 , . .9 4' -A ' ' fy. .,' Qnliiggg-1 , 71-V ' .Ez Wig rHzli12sil?ji2l.?:-52: 77 I ' C 1' 4 , 'Ml' L' M I f7fTx: 'wElliv 'fwpzxr 5l'gl' Qlilefg'-lJ!'Fl?'E'32,,1,,i': if fl-w i l is' 139 4 'Nllllll' .XM 00' 'F ' 'X' Kfibffi ' WWII X" , ' 4 as fha -' 'sm at N an Z SMH B Q2e?ls.w?2r?"mXm""w Suu' CM- A .'f'rf 9 4 f V- 'Q"3iX-- 4 4 4 frgfatit vs an ' . Q7 2' fi lass, -M' anim 5 L , 5 E pw IN S it mx! gllllillll' i -i I Q X , rl is 1 ., lllm, , t -' 5 -Q , tiger, -fi ' w f -, - ' Su. V xl ' A ' - f' ' - "QQ", E gf , 'P F, 619 , - mf.. af -, ei fig. au, ' ,- ' Q . ' ,lv ' .fi ' - to f " MZ , , ' ,Q A ILS , mi, i r ? TQ? rg' B -tar- HOUSTON LATIMEFI WHITESIDE Appointed from Senatorial Kansas. Address on Graduation Leave: 15104 East Sherman St., Hutchinson Xall. "Sq1zab," "IfVl1ite3'." Corporal, Sergeant, Acting Sergeant, Sharpshooter, " " ' Baseball, Baseball Team Crt, 3, 2, lj, Captain Baseball Team C13 Class Teams, Indoor Meet 121, Outdoor Meet C3, 2, lj, Goat Team Hop Manager Clj, Horse Show. HITEY entered our midst as a meek and mod- Q: " Lf - . 1 sf , . 5 " S 1 . i' ' '43 : Z 5 s ' 'Z' E i if , W if 2 mmf Q iii", xx X E 6 YC s ' - l , Q sk 5' if? 5 . gli? , m I I 6 ' l , el s ' Q ff " I 5 , 1 .t v:vQ'sf2 H? 3 7 Ib p 'fggia 5. ig 13' f 24251 ' I C fa'-.bi E U .5 'mafia ' fhll' "' I-:ak ,,i,e.j ,c- W - 1. ' r 5. f' KV' f ' W I f I l ll i ff . K X QL! N A in ' ' ' , . " . X , L , N ' j 1 1 j lg, ' I 2 ,. J N :gy . i 'HL A Lx X I ff ' e C ' V ' ' ' , est young person, but he soon started on the lad- ,J A X Q 5 'ml ' der of fame and is still climbing. One day in if -I his A y . . . '- f - 1 1" f " ,se 0 J B 2 a 2, plebe sprlng the fans were agreeably surprised to see him F Q 0 O Q .3 ' ,L on third, for under Sam Strang s tutelage he has done " V jji W such good work that he is now eaptain of the team. For A 1' many reasons Whltey was a high-ranking make but, his fljwlllgli 5, - Neg? name appearing more often on the Wrong than on the ljal f - 5? right side of the skin list, from the Comfs point of view, Z2 , ., 'l , fl he fell from grace at the end of Camp Merritt and is now 5 f in that famous frrst class buck squad of "DH Co.-the Q 3 h U, Q 3 Ducrots. In P. S.-ing, he has almost as high a batting j 5 X25 1 N3 average as he has in baseball. In the different affalrs of "Nl" ,V kaydet life we hnd him as a hop manager, a track man, fl ,,,- :lf . 'fvx jjl and a good fellow of whom, for his many achlevements, QA ' . , ",'.,"' "' we are justly proud. It U: It S! Us lt. I! V 4' '."Q 1 75 ' g ' 'WA '-Q fs. " We xywzj, .x i A ' N V 9 ,fl ,,. 9,3175 ,, f, trrt t Y-'r:r:155,i:i3fj'likltlr I 5' . E MS' V, 'A' :. 54"!'1.Q.3if5iiZli .. 53' -. . -1- r :?fi:2i:lv'i1'S:?f - , ,,.w,xf,.,.,,r, .4 - Q9 , of f ..- fy ,ss W .... ,, . Q, ,. . Q ,,.v.,f-i at, ---. ,::3x,ff4,'fg:g31L2lll,,, , -1 f egg gg. in s V ' -. w g5,,5aa:xsqni,a,,Qs4 zffarfffffyinrfawlv R .,,, - ' 5'-. ',A2'7tfF:1:fEsfe r . .1 - Eff s liwv2l1:'wlx2HW- - !fi1Zff5ffV52'2lliWw 2 ,' , 'Y--iw 9 '4 f s wif1'2x2HlLltlf1'lwS: I . .f l .ivqilfgvglszllgrxglitivl I Q if -.,r gwfflf gf- S ,lralftlix-,rgii:fggffglfjreef,-V 1 ' Fw -'Ml li 1ff'ff,ff,1 f1' fi + 1-w'1wfLfzf.f' 2- ?llS"'f,l1.f'f? i'!,'il.lali'tE .alll mr, f Hr 4 ' ff " X 140 W xl 'm':i:K4.NxXll'l X-' ' ' . " ff- -,I XII' mfr - mf mfg -l 'gs m ' pp 4 xlllllq 'li' V" Raman 4 P fag!! N , ' H s 1 W Y ' E ,A . Q f-A . ,,, i V "ay 4 Nea i i i 4262 su? ' M2 r N E -Alt, ' ' : 1 1 ' 94 L Emi ,,, - f""'W 5 a 0" 'W 5 " 9' :Either ' r r sgtittf t 1 is i l Q' 1 sv 42" -'-v iw N 'film' H , Ea, ' 'fyistia 'illllll' km ' Y +5 5 i x -f 2 xi "-'Er i- l fa-i 4 gf ' J r in i r NE ' fbfti .. ' il -5 X V " ' ' . 5 f 5 1 11' J f l 1 13,31 llllllp 9 Ili. - l , 123' 24, in' 1 5 4 ,',. ' is in "' - . ff I 1" R lg, XL --,1 ' QV Lf , . N 1 X N am, l A.. ,I i timii ' ,4 4 x'f? 1 5 .. i 2' , 5 sw 'ag-9 .... ' 43+ at at V si ' "f 1- s r - ...,, ' ii f 'l N? l WILLIAM HALE wn.auR 5 , x -J l Appointed from Second District of Massachusetts. Address on Graduation Leave: '78 Spring St., Springfield, Mass., M . X 1 4 :,n S Clezmsleeve, Sharpshooter, "AH in Fencing, Fencing Squad E ,, x ,Q C4, 3, 2, lj, Fencing Team C2, U, Captain Fencing Team KD, ' E W Track Team C3, 25, Choir CID, A. B. . V kfil it i flu ,X -P - 4- ,J 2 . lsl , A N beast barracks Wilbur swore to his intentions of P-V-this .ij filling his predecessor's place on the fencing team, and - SU ll . ,ff of getting a corp. For four years he has worked at gh .Q ,Y H 2, Q fencing almost all the time the gym was open and now he V." - . .gif is cap ain o e eam. is opes in e ma e ine ave gg, M 4,-il 'Q p N t fth t I-I h th k I h ,jg WO V, ,mg '12, been spoiled by a series of unfortunate area skins, just at fi the wrong time, which have kept him a cleansleeve, other- 'Hx M., I 1 A 15- wise his ambitions in that respect would surely have been GIEQX, . X realized. As it is, he is one of the distinctive members, . 'K - N - H - if N - ' Q, sg. ' 3: .Z along with Giant Kirk, Colonel Snow, Smith, etc., 57,3555-.V 5 of the distinguished first class privates in "AH Co. He E3 29 is a hard working, energetic man, who is always willing , "V, ,, V to do more than his share of the work and do it' as well -5. X as he knows how. With these qualities he is bound to 175, A ' igginlfsi succeed in whatever he may be called upon to do. 2, 33 Ii fmaillil lg ' ' "M, S ,- 35 . . ,v ,, '-5.4. k X ' a '. 2 Wgqg5"""'Wfllq'.o,S fd Jas' "'--."- W x A ' x. " 5 av 5 5, I ,. .Njfg-,T X , 'f'-Q' 3... ,,,, ' Sn 5' ea -- ..e"11 . . ,, .- , nf: s Q ' r- gm . ffsfjs ! llflllitl . e f viii .L a f- 1 F' i H ai' - N f:1:z,ivna12utvSQ !fl4'l.lX' 6Q Q 13 6 v E Zl'0fmEs:--hZ':""'f' 'Q E r 'X !'fE:,:2-illlyxikii ' fs, .iff ,mm nxt -gmliligullla 55 -K 74? ,svmigyp 5 glxliggiittttgsigsltiigigf "" . 1, .H ,K -9 V D E f 5 4, z .5 g RQ-55: Xggyg, AZ A , r g gtaiuifm:lg113H'qt,1j5n Hg I ' iff, -JI' E4 4 il 1 I f ,ff uizgg a, amy-1 f, high! flap!-' j,-l'1Qe?t,:- sa 2 ,i 451.3 ,u .t ggmlnlsigmilq 53 ' hu-alma X3,!l1, :i,',,JN I - , a U V. ,H .fl ,Im M . 1 1 141 L ,. sm ,,, 3 J ff .ga t ' Qt. f .s "' ?Qas -s ' 'fi . A 4 - 'lb' "' l" " .. lr w s ' if 'W' 36? b t' 'W - St H X 11 V 4. , ,-tr' ,sg ' , , ' ,h - , Q 2,4- ' , geefsy XXWN' f , , S 9 2 s75'ff'f.Q'? 1 5 .L ' 1, .-,3.'s.f 1 5 W 5 Qstgliiagigl 5 E cal l ,N - ' 'fw- 1 J- f - f f ' -ullllbif 18" . funn" ,. 5' ' , ' 5 ' A gigs 2 . "YP 'sf v ' A ' if -. f I agdw' tra at 'E -film X. ig l ' 9'-31 1 ' 31. ' si' ' ' ' A E ef 'iw r .' if 7 QQ. . . .1 F. I 4 f h w i 1 : - , Q' 'Q : 1: as 'Ulf' 'll 4' VX: -42, -Res. v--.,,nNs ' :aa is .EHEEQQA 'f ,A FY . 'f lv Mos ,m IQ fi tgltr ' S ' 'fill QS' r U is K3 ' G52 v Zmtadi f"'Q5ff'T Z 1 . J f 5. - 't a 0 Q!! Wu 'miwq . : 2 gs 5 14 :ill lx ' S69 if Nxmxijx 3 W Uummm"0p.L::' . NWN' TF W, anrblfga ' i s M S e 4 in is . e ssa JOHN SHIRLEY WOOD Address on Graduation Leave: Little Rock, Ark., care Judge Carroll D. Wood. P. Wood. Corporal, Sergeant, Lieutenant, Sharpshooter, "A" in Football 2, , footnall 'I' am C4, ., 2. , f , , L I-Iundredth Nivlit Q4 3 2, lj, Business Manager Furlough Book Outdoor Meet C-4 3, 2, lj, Reception Committee 1915, A. B., B. A. WOOD, savant, linguist, seeker after knowledge generally, athlete, singer, hail fellow-well-met, and W e QWNY7 1 . as iw-5 . ,,, 1' Qtr if x NX A 'l sd 'N r UQGQL' li 9t.v"t l ' 'Q ,Q tt, ,r 1.1, Q... w Q K, up 'VI x f tj 7 ual XE 1102 t ' P., 1 l i 1 In 32755 xl X , . . ll , -1 'tg A 1' K wk-411710 1, Q tg? I, R V! 3 S333 19' f X ff ,Qi J Q Y? , 1 W 22. f' 99 5 wx fg ffm' .Q 'NR V Af' x N 1, , ,- , 2' gf H t . ' ,, f .ff V-no ,N 2 Q X 35,55 4 LH -.3 I l QW .1 Appointed from Senatorial Arkansas. X, jf A Q , I vf Q 4 7 , V Ev 1. U ., u ' ' f O 4 13 r 1 e 2 17 Indoor Meet C4 3 115, 1 .1 I 5' U ' ' ' Q J ! 'S ' V , 4 o '7 M. 1 " hw ' what not-if he will. Set a date for early gradua- tion, explain the gyroscope, explain anything, go as far as you like, but when you ask what P. will do-stop! To P. come coveted tenths, athletic honors and feminine admiration. Yes, for three years a consistent woman hater, or perhaps avoider, he withstood the many attacks of his fair aclmirersg but who can win in such a struggle? And what a fall -now no hop card is complete without his name and no dinner party a success with P. absent. Contact with our P. will make you, as does he find i e worth living. 349' X ' si way. ,-I 'F L Q-S E ' as ' f sg LWQXX- ,tv fs. .. .1 gxiw' s ,v -r 5 4 Q, 1 '-fsasss :Tig Q ,hz , f 1 -49 of fx -t 1 Q, xix . 1 J N' 'P aww . 4s " 'K G 4 . 'Sa F , ":f,Q:'., A Q f,7t.,-.-.,. -N' . gsm 9. b fx fha 61 Swgkk. vzfxil 'S ' X 1 NM 1 UI ll - ' 39' ' yf ' N fry rr an -,af z,vQ'i" mr, ,lflllldxu milf, sv. '59 jfyfilx 554' xyyymhg lk c QQ 5301 fegglrwdn ff Rs- lixgstllgl lit , in :- . QS' iwlllp 1 ' 3 ' 1 J 2 . NN .o. 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P ,,--ul. - 4 2 Q' a. . 5 fem . - ' " SV ' 5 ' v ' "' 5 I ' .ffifmizt - are 2' au' . 'riltigfm jf 'Grimm .m,,,v' Sl uri 'unv- . ' P21 g Q fl - , qw ,qr fw ' k ': Q 5 1 1 4 is , E M, 5 ' H" Q ' 7, "Q 9 ' Ill .aa Z? 1 i I t Q V llv I ., , mg. ES lilllln' "lMi7"'-A aj , L - 'W iff X ' , I :. 12' -6- as X - lv' Xt l . 5 X '-t - dam C '29 5 l r 2 r 3 Y f 5 l ,-if 1:42 6 - 22 A UQ Y cf e s 'I 2 V I 'l hr. JQBZ, " LEE OTIS WRIGHT Appointed from Second District of Indiana. Address on Graduation Leave: Lyons, Ind. i "lfVrong, O. L." Corporal, Sergeant, Lieutenant, Star C5J, Sharpshooter, Engineer Team. . ' HIS young Adonis hails from the wilds of Indiana, where in former days he instructed little wooden Hoosiers in the way that they should go. His luck is proverbial in these diggingsg never has he lost anything, ll? 51 47 0, 15 q if I 1 Q x J M: ff" ,1 0 17982 X , J exce t several makes, which he didn't care for, anyway. P . Q, ,r --e . . , . f .av U ,W- 5 -Q34 He has lald claims to belng somewhat of a White Hope -' iq , wg. . . . .... . ., 1 aa, W -X 0 - QQ,-21 but his reputation along this line IS slipping. Beln of a gg ? 5'-grelffg mu 6 , l ' . . g I F5 "MQ gummy disposition, tenths just naturally stlck to hlm, Tir? 5.-It--VIL, g . my , . . , . . ,S ,t ' ' , S igah w - though to hear him recite one wouldnt imagine that he S G 55 rf its - ,L .. ' . . -.1 gf' - Wk - was making any effort to sideste them. The Com. Q-tkyil, ti , Q at f H . P . 5 -'fv K Sf sms If , 25.4 5 spends a reat deal of time deciding whether or not E 5 J ",.6'Wl'5f" Q xv-"1 ,Q 5' g 'J - in nxllillllf - ,gf " Wr1ght should have a make and decides not most of the :Q 1' ff 1 fv - - f ' - mx-.S ,gf f f t4Q time, but he has had three, although summer camp does X' A I t , , , , Aka. WI .W , if! t t D 2 ms . 4, g ,QL no seem to agree with him P it A be ,sm F ,. ., .-Vim' . N ,il , 'J . I 4','jfLN' I SY 92157 fishy 6- ,J ,fag:35:1,j,-fr:-i,.,f?g,-,qs ,gf cm Y 09,9 'rf,r,-5,1,.,L:4p::3n xii?-Llfffliigtltgk 2 L 422 Q5 ' ,J 5 57 . g igsiflfizligllxfiegeis. -,g.,,f,f:g fs 2 .y - 5 ,f 1 - .425 .gzgfggi-f' 4 1 . ., g 1, fa'j12'e x'?,',pg-ji. ijffilllfllllllltltx - silt rp 'ai 5 X ,W - ' 3 ,im ,lillllllllillllllpllfsflf'-1 ffiiffffl1ll2nWfQ S 'W ? 3' N' fwf Nerf: .f ll 4 4 1 ' N aragigwlslawiily.----- W ml, -- rw. , ganna wel ' fff.......a,a if fr ft, fvaam sa 2+ as f ire 143 gf S i .av,,n'q, fx u mum' 23, ,352 New f I , fi 1 f . iff.: af ' f Q 4 rr' ' . X s Q Q as . A g W V-: fifiz-KX -g' , E 2 'ii l 9 5 -T idfnirff. E E ' ' ,ills g ,i 4-Mfrs., 5 5 . 1 'mfg ' X V '33 -r f 'ff 'L lvl! ' ,,.- -2 ' -4. If s , 14-'fi' " f X' ' r f ' I ' . n - nf E ' 'xtiig 4 A .:' .' TJ t i i "fy sv yurlag Q l 9 'dnt RRY? iglqg Q X 5 5. : 1' p It l f S l , Sv + 'S i 1 .ST RM ia: K if 6 5 as k im, 1, , , "' Sai ' '- ' - . ' I .l 1- E f. 7 ,-. "' 5, ' V g' :S L, x .' ,V , fu. az' -f 1325159 if +'7"v . .'2 H.. , , 1- 'I .A:aEl7'.i V, 1 I 5 'lymlfi W .' 4 , I 1,: s 5 l C : '51-galil -1 E aims 2 i tif Witt' lg is gang : -gigs '34 Ek -1 H Em my 1 x all dl 5 I z, ' EQ? ' og x- Ge III 41 . ' FSF: - , S Sl? F i v ' r E 1 riff' 'V : 1. H ' 1 1 113, I Nil , I fa 5 , f ENN?-4 x r , wx ' Q 4521: 4 aa Xx I xxxgi 1 1 tk ilu, V, x IN' I f ' Y sy 1-5-E? 'X -X X . z- ., X Q' X' gat X- ff his - l "' '+ 4 ' P 7. X ' ,mfs V ,gif :ss f ' ,. 4 ' ,f . i? " H ag N i5?j!W'w V wQm 6 5' ' A ' it Q if t K M Q-P 1 . , ,Q whit., nNl'lV5 f79ll2, H1 X if ' WILLIAM HENRY YOUNGS Appointed from First District of New York. A on Graduation Leave:NMitropo1itan Ave., Richmond H111, "Billy" Corporal, Sergeant, Acting First Sergeant, Lieutenant, Sharp- shooter, Fencing Squad C4, 3, 25, Lacrosse C4, 35, Hundredth Night Chorus C4j, Cast CSD, Hop Manager CBJ. S a first class bluHer Bill has no equal and he's fooled us all for three years. We've all believed E him to be a most reckless kind of a heart-breaker. Always neat, perfection in every detail, he's made a ter- rible harvest of broken hearts but there's one case where he isn't blufhng. Ask anyone on the post and they'll say, "Billy Youngs is the most fickle Hirt in the Corpsf, But what a mistake! Way back in yearling camp Bill met Address 7 , V 3, 9 Q 1 0 1 :tis Q9 5 :YI f 34 r -qi s ' '5 'Y v s+ - . - . K an x :Ld as , 'mfg 0 is wir ' ' I 1 j J .el ' " --:- ',.,, ,:,-'55-55 N N ii 5 s , l lxqay l his fate and ever since then Dan Cupid has held him fast. at N W-ff',fQ, To all appearances Bill is a handsome, debonair little 1- it 'V'l'f"xk"fj . . . 1 V X - -' '1-1 chap, with a gracious pleasing manner and a wonderful ts ,513 QQ' Qj,:y . , . -1, ,x,-,,r5f'- X f"fw' 'tfff,fjj7,y smile, but ,underneath these he s the most independent, N if-541535,-5 L self-reliant little cuss you can imagine. He minds his own ' , Q-.5 1, -f' . . . . . . 'V A s gy tf""! ' Xa- business, makes friends everywhereg his Corps activities 1 J have been many and varied, but above all he 1S true and 'ff 4 wiv, , 21" , X- . - iq, ,r' - x sincere, and for someone to depend upon from now until bflfwfjf - we skate on the River Styx, count on Bill. gg 2, Q If ' .,- 'file' in gm ,jig ,. NNN- - maui-H' ' -,- - X' 'f ' XT? 'rt i'5-'f-7""fE- Z 'Q i K i11x,1xN S NB J- c.- 323111 . , x"'I-QLEEWY' if 5 ' -fsafgirfusr MET f Vfff, af- M-:.:.-.-'.-:4?f?f5iq3N ,gk A ing N, W, W-wriiiliglgi XX 5 , page ' W- 4. eg, ss J -- Q ., fglfiiiffg2a1SSgX?'4 'r'ff1gf,Fiis a f ,mg - Q A - it E N W -2 . ,N 1:'iff15ffaiw2'MTSz: -ff ' if ' ' 'f ,.- .J - - -,-. f 1- .. , .. " fffffllfllllli " -41113641 'EE ' fl ,- 1 - 2 . w lolillilllalglltl' ., V I. I , xx 9 Q9 W9 g .. X , gf4f,,?Q,MVA, ,f,,, Q1 ,J Ui, S i.,ll,,.,i..1 1,1-ll, , ,Y :ml inlitt QT mg: 'f r , fgwcff-aff Xp., .i 1, Q is ,ag ,1g1,eztnxgEela:i1Qi,,ae,F.i ' ,' '-' IE, 1if3f"5,51jf, .- ' 'Q' I , 'W' 'fgfl I 'fufi ,fbi ' X5 ?40llllllli:imlwM ! g ,nf ,am lflvl ls ' 'hi , l W "' i" , 'iii 1-L4 H ...In "..x:l. '-. . xx 4 70m if , I ,2 'f 1 7 A-JI. M ig' - , 9 I W ,,!1"" " .mm '- VIII., 3:35 F .I I fu' "" :E 4 V v . I 20-I ' ' f img? 'X' fn 1 , .X W 'EI U ly. . -X GRAD fo X Ml, zi ' I - XLQ Let UIll'llliSgf'Uil1g rn I lz 0 1' be I . N-' wc? D made: Say he lmtlz, won Rest mul release. converse su- ' A prcnw and 11-ise, P Zllfusic and song and light of 'immortal facesj . X T0-day, 1JHl'llll29S, 'll'lIl'Id01'iHg in. W ' sl.cu'1'y places. N I cg ALLEN, H. B. ALLEN, T. M. BANISTEII. J. M. BAIIEUII, H. L. BOYKIX, E. C. BROWN, B. S. CI'I:XSE, G. YV. CI-IA'I'FIEI.D, J. F. CRANE, A. E. CIIITTENIIEIIGEIL, XV. CIIo:sIEn, XV. M. CUTTS, V. C. DAN IELSON, C. H. DAY, WV. B. IDEVORE, C. C. DEVOIIE, L. S. DLTNDIOIQE, E. XV. EIDXVARDS. E. C. ELLEIRBE, D. R. FOIITNEII, J. S. GII.I,IzsIfIE, J. B. HEXGER. R. B. HALLIGAN, A. E. HENRY, R. O. HOCKER, R. VV. JEIINIGAN, VV. P. D. XVALLACE, O. A. 145 Josxzmflsox, XV. S. IQELLER, G. D. IQEYIZS, G. KIMBALI., F. G. LANE, J. C. LJKIIRIXBIEE, S. L. LEIPEIIOIIE, G. I ENT, H. A. LEXVIS, I-I. B. BIALLON, F. B. RI.-XRIE, L. R. RIATHTAS, XV. S., DICJDERMQOTT, L. D. R. MCDONNELL, F. J. RICBIIIILAN, E. E. O,B1lIEX, P. J. PRUDE, VV. VV. PULFOIID, J. READ, B. Y. RICHMOND, J. F . R.OTI-UVELI., A. S. SCIIIVELY, H. P. T1-IonIPsoN, T. C. TODILINSON, M. XYAUGHAN, E. J. XJLEEDER, J. S. M -V W - H., M . A "-- K - Y x , . H :AP -. sy, Q ., Q 'I T 'J uk. fi I 2- I A 1, A,.7W. M l I , 5145? CN Q Qtbletic Bzpresentatihe VERN S COTT PURNELL. EDD Managers WILLIAM ASHLEY COPTHORNE ALFRED BAINBRIDGE JOHNSON LOUIS ALECK CRAIG HENRY BALDING LEWIS CLARENCE HAGBART DANIELSON WILLIAM CAREY CRANE, Jr. 149 DIES! GD R315 O ARDERY, JOHN ERSKINE. . . BERTMAN, MYRON .......... BEADEURN, CLARENCE EARL. .. BRENA'Ell, CARLOS ........... BROOKS, FRANK NOYES .... BROWN, T IIIOBURN KAYE ..... BULLOCK, HAIKLEY BOXVBIAN. . . CAIN, DAVID EDWVARD ......... CANADY, EARL LINDSEY.. CTXRLISLE, PAUL DUKE .... CASTILLO, DEBIETRIO, JR ..., CIIEADLE, HENRX' BARLOW. . . CONSIDINE, JOIYIN ARTIIUR ...... COPTI-IORNE, WVILLIAINI ASI-IIIEX'. CORLETT, CHARLES HARRISON. . . CRAIG, LOUIS IXLLECK ....... CRADIER, STUART VVARREN .... CRANE, WILLIADI CAREY, JR. .. CItAXN'FORD, ROBERT WALTEII .... . ........... Vfarsaw, N. Y. CRASVFORD, NVALLACE XNILLIAZNI. .. CRITTENDERGER, XVILLIS DALE.. CRUTCIAIER, JOHN FLOWERS ..... DANIELSON, CLARENCE HAGRART. DAVIDSON, HOWARD CALHOUN. . . DEX'0RE, LELAND SWVARTS ..... DILLOX5', LEO JEROINIE .... IDORST, JABIES AIKCHER ..... DUNVALL, XVARD EJLVERSON ...... .. ........... XVayne, Penna. TENGLEHART, FRANCIS AUGUSTUS. .. FALIC, DAVID BEAUREGARD, JR. . . FOOTE, NVILLIADI COOPER ..... ITRANK, SEIIDIE I-IARNEY. .. FULLER, FRANCIS REUEL.. GAITGLER, IEOXVLAND LOUIS ...... GERSTNER, FREDERICK JOI-IN, JR. . . GIIISON, SAZXIUEL IXLEXANDER. .. GIEEIN, STEXVART SIIEPIIEHD. .. GIY.T.ES1'IE, JAMES BROWN .... GItEENE, DOUGLAS TAKFT.. . HARDIN, GEORGE LESTER. . . HEAXIID, FALICNER ............. HEIDNEIK, SABIUEL JOHN ....... HERXVIG, HANS ROBERT YV1-IEAR. JOHNSON, .ALFRED BAINERIDGE.. JONES, J UNIUS XVALLACE ........ JONES, XVILIIAINI PIENRY, JR. .. KE1'ES, GEOEEREY .........,... IQILBURN, CHARLES LAWRENCE. . . . KIMIIIEL, BTANNING BTARIUS, JR. .. KING, CIIARLES ANDREXV, JR .... 150 . . . . . . .Char1Otte, N. C. . . .North Vernon, Ind. ..........Nebe, Ill. . . . . . . . .Mayiie1d, Ky. . . .Minneapo1is, Minn. . . .Knoxvi11e, Tenn. . . .App1eton, 'Wis. . . .St. Louis, Mo. . .De1aWare, Ohio .... . . .Da11as, Texas . . . . . . .Havana, Cuba . . .St. Lewiston, Mont. . .New York, N. Y. . . . . . . .CantOn, Ohio . . .Monte Vista, Colo. . . . . . . . .WaSlIingtOn, D. C. ...........Char1otte, N. C. Fort Sam Houston, Texas . . .Seattlc-:, XVash. . .Ander-Son, Ind. . . .MemphiS, Tenn. . . . . .Lead, S. Dak. . . . .VVharton, Texas .. .... W'hee1ing, VV. Va. ................DOngo1a, Ill. Fort Sam Houston, Texas ....... .Lac1ede, MO. ..... . . . .Savanna1I, Ga. . . .P1IiladelplIia, Penna. . . . . . . .LOuiSvil1e, Ky. ...PaWtucket, R. I. . . . .PaterSon, N. J. ..Ann Arbor, Mich. .......Reno, Nev. . . .Bz1iIIbridge, Ohio . . .PrincetOn, Mo. . . . .ClIiceIgo, Ili. ..... . . . . .B2l1tiIT101'G, Md. ...Fort Des Moines, Iowa .........FEl1'gO, N. Dak. .....lXUDZ1P01iS, Md. . . .VanCouver, XVEISII. . . . .Baton Rouge, La. . . . . . .Bowling Green, Ky. .Fort Leavenworth, Kan. . . . , . . ..MontrOse, Penna. . . . . . .HenderSOn, Ky. . . .Mount Carmel, Ky. 53.033553 il KIIAIIE, GEORGE YVASIII NGTON . . . IJADIB. BERNARII PETER .,..... IJEWVIS, HENRY ISALIJING ..... LOVELL, GEORGE EIIWARII. JR. .. LYDIIXN. CHARLES BISIIOI- ........ MCCULLOCIAI, XVILLIAAI A l.l'I KAN III-:R IWCCUNNIFF. IDENNIS IEDWAIID .... NICNIAIIONJ JOIIN EUGENE. JR, . . . DIANNINGV, XVYNDIIAAI AlHllliIJl'1'l'l. DIARTIN, HAROLD SAIITII ..,...... RIILLTGAN, HOWARII PRESCOTT. . . NELSON. DIiShI0llIi CJTTS ....... NEWVCODIER, IFRANCIS KOSIER. .. NEXVGAHDEN. IDAUL XVUOLEVEIK. . . NICIIOLAS, RICI'IIXliD LlI,YSS1'IS. . . c,LIVEIl, LUNSFORD ERRETT. . . . PALIIIER, DAXA .................. PATC1-I, ,ALEXANDER MCCARRELI., JR PEAIIE. JABIES NIXON .. ..... ,...... .. PlillICINS,vROBEIlT NIEIIEDITII. . . PERRINE. IJENRY PRATT.. JR. . . IDI'RNELI., XYERN SCOTT ..... . PIYTNABI, RUEIIS llVII.I.ARD ....... IKAFFERTY, YVILLIAM AIIIIUSTUS. . . IQATZKOFF4. SILAS MIRAAI ..... ,. . . ROEEIITS, XYILLIAII' LYNN ........... . . .PZll'lCCl'Hbl11'g, VVIVZI. ROSEVEAR, XVILLIAM BLEECIIER, JR. .. ROSS. C1-IARLES AIIIIISON ............ ROW, IIATLIE BURTON .... . . R.0XVI,liY. CHARLES TXBNER. . . RUSSELL. CLINTON XVAIIIJIZN. . . SAD'1'I.Eli, O'1'1S IQEILHOLTZ ..,.. SCI-IMIIIT, XVILLIABI RICIf1AR'D. . . SLINEY, GEORGE XVESSELY ..... SPENCER, EUGENE TRITLE. . . SIIRAGINS, ROBERT LILX' ........ SUTTON, REIJONIUO BENJAMIN. .. '1lIiUIlBEli, PHILIP 1.001115 ...... 'l'I'rURnIAN, ALLEN G ...... TOOI-IEI', FRANCIS JOSEPH. . . UNDERI-IILL. IAEXVIS IYVIXG. . . XYAN XFLIET, JOIIN HUEE ......... RYAN VOI.IcENIsURGII, R,OBERT I'IEBE XYINERI, J OSEPII XVADSXVQIITII ...... NVASII, CARLYLE HILTON .... XVEERS, LAWRENCE l3AB1lITT. . XVI-IITTEX, RUDOI,I'1'I GWINN. . . wVILL1AIlIS, CIIARLES FRANCIS. . . VYOUNG, GORDON Rl'SSELL ..... YOUNG, XVILLIAIKI CI-IALBIERS. . . ll . . . .Dalton, Mass. .. .BrOOklyn, N. Y. . . . .Berkeley, Cal. .. . . .MaIIila, P. 'l. .........HilO, H. T. . .RcIIsSelaeI', N. Y. . . . .La Jam, Colo. . . .Fort Riley, Kan. . . . .SllII1tC1', S. C. ......ChicugO, lll. . .St. Georges, Del. ........ .I'IOII1C1', La. . . .PittslIurg, IDCIIHZI. .. .xVi,lSlllI1gtOIl, D. C. .. ..... York, Perma. ...... .Falls City, Neb. .Vllellesley Hills, Mass. . . . . .LebanOn, Penna. . .XV2lSlllIlgt0Il, D. C. . . . . .Norfoll-:, Yu. . . .'l'I'entOn, N. J. .....RlEll10II1Ct, Ill. .. .RuShfOrd, Minn. ..-Xvilfilllllglfllli, D. C. . . . . . .ROxbI1ry, Mass. . . . . . .XVaveI'ly, IOWQI . . . . .IOIIia., Mich. . . . ..LaI'IIed, Kan. ...Gila Bend, Ariz. .. . .DlllTHH, 1l6XllS . . .BzIltiIIIOI'e, Md. . . . . .Ve1'cligriS, Nell. . .'1'lIeI'1IIOpOliS, W'yO. .....St. Louis, MO. . ..l'Il1l1tSVlll6, Ala. . .POl'flZ'lHCl, Ore. . . . .La Crosse, XViS. . . . . . ..Bzu'nesville, Ga. . .CuIIIIOIISbIII'g, Mich. . . ,Sun Francisco, Cal. . . .Slll'CXVSlJlll'y, N. J. . . . . ..DetI'Oit, Mich. . . . . . . ..lk1'ClCI1, N. Y. . . . ..Mi1InezIpOlis, Minn. . . . . . . .lVaSlIingtOII, D. C. Point Pleasant, VV. Va. .........FOXb0l'O, Mass. Northport, L. I., N. Y. .. . . . . . ..La1IcasteI', S. C. 151 no Q 1, A HE history of a second " class written by a sec- Wp I- ond classman is more or K 1 gy! . ' .-- 9 less likely to be on the 'A - - 1 ' . . El' '-4' ' general order of the history 1 MH A ii Y , yi of the Civil War as recorded " ill by the old Southern darkey -4f"f'Wv- ull' LI' who reckoned his time from " '- 1 ' ,- l I "Befo' dah wah" and "Aftah ' 5 " -'gg ,, ' I . P -" 1 i Q dah surrendahfl The war W W W, A , A ., seemed a myth in the mind V -Q W ' K 4'-'USFS' 1-W.- 'f"if4Mf"T5v " rf-f'.i?EHffiEP'2?ffZ X of the darkyg the second - . . 3 .,,v. JI ..,.-,,.,. Y 5 . A . t iff: clad.-3"h' fini? , classman will either firml ,, ,f-f4:"i1pa2m,Z1 , 'Kg . . - '- " 'V P ",.:. "if 9'2g'4f ar.: s P -v -4 ! maintain that "l1'urlough is ' :if 2li"fj:t'j" , 'ti?2f5'f ,g g i the best ever', or that it is 1 'mg' "merely a snare and a delusion " the view Joint bein 1' 23"-W 'N ,f' l" 5"'1?f?R'31E5 - . . ' . l , fe -, ',,-W3'fa.g,i1+fzQ: + 'gY':"3!1fc:YQ,fj'2'lfwilm mtg., usually decided by his exact status in the eyes ot a 2,5 .- . . . . - ,fa vt,-.1 ,mg :-gm'-ima 'wi ga- -L certain fair damsel during the last few days of August. ts:-M'?'7f' ff - 'f 13"-'H7' it f ' URLOUGH, piped for two years and three months, eventually came and '13, minus the staybacks, promptly "hit" New York. The Pink Lady proved to be all that and more than it was cracked up to be and the Astor stood nobly by us., lt is rumored that some of the speech-makers at the banquet were men of exceptional humor and intelligence- this we strongly doubt. However, we enjoyed ourselves and after a'few days in New York- no money left-each little member of '13 wended his way homeward and there amused himself R. R. R Q R it R, 2, Z. R FR, S! It I! as pleased him best. OUIE CRAIG, after having solemnly sworn to buy a horse. and take a trip through "The Yellowstone"-anytliing to get away from the sight of a femm-e,-finally ended up at a summer hotel with nothing in sight but femmes,-and a small portion, of Louie. Considine did nobly, as we had all expected, and the whole town turned out to meet "the boy" who had so unhesitatingly given up his athletic career at West Point to study mechanics. And now we come to and inwardly heave a sioh at the name of Underhillmthe man who is "engaged" XVl1at we find most puzzling about this statement is "who is the lucky girl?', But never mind, it was published in the "Army and Navy Journal"-how could you forget? Last but not least by any means comes Sutton-"The Hero W one naturally exclaims. "Hero!-of what? It does not say in the book" and we never paused to con- sider, but we are certain he must be a hero because he talks like one. Sutton was one of the brilliant - stars of furlough and every one f' enjoys his tales of love and ad- venture. Q U! UE, U! Us T last, however, the end ap- proached, and somehow or other We all got to New York-judging by our desperate looks we had all walked-from our various watering places and on the morning of August 29th straggled down to breakfast at the ungodly 4,5- Q l. ..c ., Inq,-'--if f Q, ' - -fs , 5, . A... V , ,wwf fur sa a- ff ef. In In xxq IW- :fu 725 A A Hn, 1 w xx 0 4 A '1"7f F z N 68 1 vm- ', 'Q' wait-544 X' f ieewwww sf L, M.. M Twweaewi 1. -' nv 'vw-. ft' M .U f xnihmsg Ag Wx az.-fs A i... , V, . Q-Q., ,mgggg l ,lg il, .A ,za - .li . Q , J,,,,Q,,,4 1 , rm. mfs. Q v. :Q gs .g 514.-. , - ,-zffwwf- f,,- 1 ,s -.1 km far-K t .V f af- ,If 452 v22.i:' mia' 9... gf-N tic- asv' " - "A ff-Kal . 1 '21 .. 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TH E 1912 my W,--14,9 I-ICDWITZER in close proximity to our shoes, but as the old bunch began to get together things looked brighter and we forgot all our troubles until some one discovered that our train was due to leave the Grand Central in several minutes, upon which we remembered them and eiected our exit from New York in a pouring rain, leaving a trail of demolished straw hats and several gasping policemen-but we all managed to beat out assembly for the train. We soon hove to at Garrison and crossed an exceedingly wet river in an exceedingly wet rain and in exceed- ingly wet, not to say dampened spirits. We were given a cordial welcome by Gorrell and Capt. Newell, who were standing on the dock and awaiting our return, and were promptly marched up the hill, deigning to carry our suit cases, in the cold rain and a characteristic frame of mind. E, Q R. it H. R, R. It E R, E U! R R. R WO days later we were all at work again in earnest. Furlough in reality was far, far behind us, but that it still remained with us in spirit could be seen by the "publicity list," in which the second class occupied a large part for many moons. In the dim hori- zon loomed the Navy game, Thanksgiving and Christmas leave. We spent the fall lost in a maze of mystery, chiefly centered about sound and light, a few rocks, and the carboniferous age. Drills proved the usual soiree but there was always a little interest to be worked up at Mountain gun by dropping the gun on the mule's back, Foote displayed his strength at Pack Train, and P. M. E. proved restful. Later in the fall gym. and the midnight ride oifered' a welcome change. And now Christmas and Christmas leave have come and gone, leaving appar- ently nothing ahead of us but First Class camp. But far, Very far in the future, the hopeful eye can see a gleam promising a brighter radiance than any of the beacons we have passed. In the meantime may we all stand, strongly together, so that when the time comes for us to take the helm we may grasp it strongly and never falter in our duty to our country and the corps. R 32 R 8. R R, R. R. I! It It B! R I R R. It - L., v ax 154 04 L mum if iff! Tw fl YC ,vii 111845 f A " ,J-4 ' -fglsl - X JJ"" f ' . J , NSAG 1, ' AXE ' N ,D ' K x f' 'L . W W f 'F 3 a Q .N , , 1 4 YV 42 L IX ,, If J A 'M' UW 5 5 ,MAIN ' Qv f E' -I fo" R2 f, .Q I ' 69 - --'-f 1 . Xin D Z-4VZ,Z,, Zltbletin Bepresentatihe V HAMNER HUSTON . 32901: Managers GLENN PRESTON ANDERSON CHARLES CARLETON GRIFFITH WALTER CYRUS GULLION JOHN HAMILTON .IOUETT JOHN WILLIAM BUTTS WILLIAM EDWARD BURR 155 CIM IAXDLER, ETIBIER EDWARD. . . . . . . ALLISON, JOSEPH XVEBSTER, JR.. . . IANDERSON, GIIENN PRESTON.. . . AXNDERSON, JOHN BENJAXBIIN.. IBANDIIOLTZ, CLEVELAND HILI.. BENSON, CLARENCE CORINTI-I. . . BRADLEY, J ABIES LIESTER ..... BRAND. HIXRRISON, JR ........ BBAXNNAN, FRANCIS MARION. . . BRAT'1'ONf, RUEUS SUIILTER. . . BROOKS, JOHN ADAMS, JR. . . BROXVN, HARRY MILFORD. . . QBULI., HAROLD ROE ...... BULLARD, PETER CLEARY. . . BURIKV. JOHN GREEN ..... . . . . . . . .LObdell, La. BURR, XVILLIADI EDWARD.. BUTTS, JOHN XVILLIADI. . . BYRNE, I,0UIS 'TI-IODIAS. . . BYRON, JADIES FRED ..... BYRON , JOSEPI-I YVILSON. . . CARRUTH, JOHN HTIIL ...... CLARK, CUYLER IYLEXVELLYN. . COXVGILL, .ALLEN PARKER .... CHESS, JAINIES BELI, ........... . DAVENPORT, JEFFERSON REESE. . DOE, -TENS ANDERSON ......... DOE, XVELDON VVILLIAIWISON .... DOWNS, SYLVESTER DENVITT, JR IELLIOTT, DABNEX' OTEY. .... .. FORBES, FRANCIS HENRX'. .. FOSNICS, CARL EUGENE ..... FOSTER, CHARLES XVATSON .... GERHARDT. JACOB J01-IN. . . . . .. GIBSON. IJJCIIDIOND TllUDTBUI.T,. GILL, ISAAC, JR.. ............. . GLASS, IEDYVARD LEUEEER NEX'IN. . GRANGER, FRED XVELLS ........ GIUFFITI-I, CHARLES CARLETON. . . GROSS, CTTARTIES PHILIP ........ GUILLION, XVALTER CYRUS. . . IJANNUBI, REIFF HESSER ..... IQIARRIS, IXIITIIUR RINGLAND. . . HAXRIRISON, ROGER BURNETT. . . I'IASKE1'.L, JAIXIES BYRON. ..... . . ........ South Haven, Minn. HERRIAN, FREDERICK XVTLLTABI. . . . . . I'IEIlR, FREDERICK ............. PIOGANQ, JAINIES PATRICK ..... PIOGUE, BENJAXDIIN FIERY .... HOLCOBIISE. XVILIJAINI HENRY. . . I'IOSKINS, :FRANK IIAKVRENCE. . . I'IOUG1-ITON, NVVILLIADI CI'IES'l'ER. HUSTON, HABINEI! ............ INGLES, HARRY CI.YDE ...... JERNIGAN, XVARREN PIAIILIP. . . JONES, XVOODFIN GIIADY ..... JOUETT, JOISIN HAMILTON. . . KENNARD, JOHN .......... 156 . . .BillingS, Mont. . . . .EnniS, Texas ........MariOn, Va. . . .Parkersburg, lowa . . ..Consta,ntine, Mich. . . . .VVaShingtOn, D. C. . . ..SpriIIgfielcl, MO. .., . . . .lliOn, N. Y. . ..W'incheSter, Tenn. . . .YOrkville, S. C. . . .LzInSing, Mich. . . . . . ..PuehlO, Colo. . . . . ..Fair Haven, Vt. . . .VVaShingtOn, D. C. .. ..VVaShington, D. C. .. .VVaShingtOn, D. C. ........CiScO, TexaS .. . .BuffalO, N. Y. . . . . .VVhitney, Texas . . .HagerStOWn, Md. . ..ZaneSville, Ohio . . . . . . .LincOln, Neh. ..XVaShingtOn, D. C. . . .XVarrent0n, Ga. ......Chif-ago, lll. . . . .Ashevi1le, N. C. . . . . . . .Greenville, Penna. .Fort Leavenworth, Kan. ... . . . . .Franklin, Penna. . . . . . ..MOntevideO, Minn. Schoiielcl Barracks, H. T. . . . . . . . . .MilWaukee, XViS. . . . . .COhunbia, MO. . . . . ..PaWtucket, R. l. . . .vvZlSlllllg'fOl'l, D. C. . . ..XVOrcester, Mass. . . . .New York City . . .Bl'O0lily'll, N. Y. . . . .NeWcaStle, Ky. . . .POttSville, Pennu. .........RenO, Nev. . . . . . . . . . .Greenfield, MO. Columbus Barracks, Ohio .......FlemingtOn, N. J. .. .Bingha1I1tOn, N. Y. .. . . .LexingtO1I, MO. f. .InclianzIpOliS, Ind. . . .Lyons Falls, N. Y. . . . . .BeetOwn, VVis. . . . .Los Angeles, Cal. . . .Pleasant Hill, Neb. .. . . . . . .PariS, Tenn. . . .MOntgOmery, Ala. . . .San Francisco, Cal. ..MancheSter, Mass. YQILQDDAUQ Q ICERR, FRANCIS ILLUSI-IICR .... IBABIPEIKT, I IESTICII I.I-:LAND .... IJANPIIIICII, TIIOMAS CIIGOIIGE. , . IJARABEE. IXLFRISD EARL. . . . . IJEXVIS, CEDRIC VVATTERSON. . . LEWIS, CIEORGE FENN ....... LIM, XIINCENTIC ....... IJIXDI-I, FIIITZ IPIIILIP ...... LOOMIs. IJAROLD FRANCIS ..,. AIACTAGGAIKT, JOHN STOIIRIIAI.. NIARKOE. JOHN PRINCE ..... BIATIIEXVS, CLIFFORD JAMES. . . BICIDOXALD, ROBERT DX'EIl. . . AICRAE. DONALD BIARIOX. .. BIlI.BL'RX, FRANK XVILLIABI.. BIILLER. BERNARD ,XUGUST ..... 1III.I.IIcEN. CHARLES BIORTON .... BIOXROIC, 1I1lOllIAS I'IUNT1NGTON... NIORETOBIJ LESTER EARL. ...,..... . N,Ell'JIAN, JXRT1-IUR DON. . . O,BIlIEN. MARTIN JOHN .... OIITON, XVILLIADI IEUTLEDGE. . . PACKARD, GOODIXG .......,. PADDOCK, RICHARD BOLLES. . . PARKINSON. JOHN 1,130 ..... PASCHAL, PAUL CI.ARENCE. . . POTTS, ADAM EBIIIIIE ....... .. PRICE, XENO1'1-ION' HERBEIRT. . . REES, THOMAS LIENRY, JR ..... ROBERTSON, XVILLIABI JXBBOTT. .. ROCIQNVOOD, ALBION RAY ...... ROYCE, IEALPI-I .... .... . IRYAN, XVILLIADI ORID ......... SIIXIKINSI TATTNALL DAN IRI, .... . SKINNER, FREDERICK SNOWIJEX SBIYLIE, JOHN SCOTT ......... SMYTH, ROY BIELVIX ........ SOJIERVILL, B1lEI'ION BURKE. . . SPATZ. CARI. ................ . STANFORD, LEIIAND HAROIID .... . STIlA'1'EBIIZYEIl, GEORGE EDWARD. . . STUART, LARHETT LIVINGSTON. . . N THOMPSON, JOHN BELLINOER.. TREAT, JOSEPI-I BRADFORD .... XTILLARET, EUGENE ....... - XV.-XDDELL, JAQNIES COOPER.. XVALTZ, FLOYD RANDALL.. WARD, ORLKXNDO ........... XVEIR, BENJAMIN GIIANT ...... XVEISSI-IETDIER, JOHN WVVARREN. . . XVIEIEELER, ,SI-IELDON HAIlLEX'. . . NVOODBERRY, JOHN HENRX' .... WVYETH, JOHN CIIURCIYIILL. . . WYNNE, XVALTER WOLF ..... YOUNG, WILLIADI HURLBURT. . . 1ACK, XVILLIS JABIES .....,..... . . .NewpO1't, R. I. .OshkOsh, XVis. .........cJlll2lllZl, Neh. ...Central Lake, Mich. ........SunclWich, Ill. .Fortress Monroe, Yu. ..... . ..CElli1llllD0, P. I. ....NCXVll0l't, R. I. . . .ROc'kville, Conn. . . .Fitcl1huI'g, Mass. .....St. Paul, Minn. . . . Fort Valley, GR. . . .Fort Sliericlan, Ill. .. .XV2lSllillgt0Il, D. C. .......JaspC1', Intl. ....St. Louis, MO. . . ..BriclgeW:1teI', Me. .........Elll'Cli3, Cal. .Salt Lake City, Utah . . , . . ..F1'yehuI', Me. . .I.eWistOII, Me .........I.,lI1COlIl, Ill. ...cilllilllililigllih N. Y. .......I,ineOln, Neb. . .PI'estOn, Idaho ..GOlclstOn, N. C. . . ..RichmOncl, Va. . . . .Buy City, Michf . . .YVz1slIiIIgtOn, D. C. . .'l'ullzIlIOIIIz1, Tenn. ....CZlIl1lll'lClgC, Mass. . , . . . .Huncoc-k, Mich. Fort Ethan Allen, Vt. ... . . . . . . .Allmnyg GR. .. . ..Bez1ufOI't, N. C. . . .I-Iattiesburg, Miss. .......,RCI10, Nev. ...XVZlSlllIlgt0ll, D. C. . ..BOyerstoWn, PC-nna. . . . . .OkInulgee, Okla. . . . . . . . .PeI'u, Md. ..lVil1niIIgtOII, Del. . . . . .MaI'sfield, Yllis. . . .3I?lI1SilClfl, Penna. . . .XV21SlllI1g't0ll, D. C. . . . .New York City ... . . . . . ..Delphi, Incl. .VVilliRmspO1't, Penna. . . . . . . . .DCHY'Cl', Colo. . . .SpI'ing1"lelcl, Ohio . . . .Ha1'tfOI'd, Conn. . . . .Bll1'lll1gtOfl, Vt. . . ..JohnsOnville, S C. . . .XVashingtOII, D. C. . . .TOmbigbee, Ala. . . . . .ChicagO, Ill. 157 A 1 W .x- seam' ERE I am, backing out of my furlough dreamland like X a ferryboat out of the wrong slip, trying to work back into the mid-current of the past and discover our Class His- Jpl tory. I take up the tale where it was left in last year,s Howitzer. n as an se. an ue. fx. n an at an I-IE year of barrack life was on the whole rather un- eventful. We passed through the-Valley of Tribu- lations as others have before us and emerged in June, though slightly fewer in numbers. We commenced to P- move around after recognition in March and altogether life seemed more worth living. However, it was not until the new plebes were here and the chevrons among us that our new clothes began to Ht. Several days later the lone stripe that we ranked completed the evolution. ie, iz, Q, lg S full fledged yearlings we moved to Camp Wesley ltlerritt. It was a happy camp. Did not our classmate Andy compliment us on the fact that ours was "the best yearling camp they have had here for years iw There was a host of pretty girls here ffor memory is kindjavith whom we were soon in love. To quote my wife's words after each return from 'fextra ex- tended," "Charlie, I love that girl? Not long ago he laughed over a letter and told me tithe L. P. wanted Navy game ticketsf, Old"'Shak?' did much to help those Summer love affairs along. Every hop night he held sway on the Hoor of Cullum doing his famous plow Fatima dance. It scandalized our femmes and drove 'us to the balcony where we were soon building miniatures about the moon. There was much done, too, for the amuse- ment of others. During ayearling campw even the femmes hived more "mili- taryv than we did. Every night at parade the visitors, seats were in a titter that be- came uncontrollable when 'Tata Kerr dropped his toadsticker, turned around and crawled after it as UF company passed in review. It was due only to the poor . I " H9 i ' I st W'- . 'N ll I 7? I 53? 73 159 . 'I i ' 3 ii 1 1 .v , so ,Q , 4. ' SE! !E'sPfQ3 THE 1912 l llll 21610151 HOWITZER a discipline of the bucks that the battalion was not marched into the Hudson in- stead of the mess-hall when going to meals. Either usquads eastv or 'csquads Westl' sent the battalion "slumward.,, The other chief attraction Was the sev- enteen 6'Milomoes." They received much advertising in the paper for an original solution of the old conun- drum 4'VVhen is a joke not a jokeiw It did strike onels sense of humor, as he lay in the shade of Number 9, to roll over on his com- forter and see the man battery pass by doing a right wheel up the incline at the double. That too is another solution of the same conundrum. sg xg, gg, Q, E returned to barracks and buckled down to the grind again. Out- side of football yearling riding has been our most peculiarly pleasant diversion. The sarcasm of an instructor, the Wiles of a pony and the fear of the skin-list provide an exciting hour. 82. 9: R. U: IQ, is 8, D: HE Navy Game and the disappointment it carried with it broke the monotony of the stretch from camp to Christmas, which came with a rush attended by its usual pleasures and pains, leaves and examinations. Some of us tasted the pleasures but the examinations left the class untouched and so the pains Were not so great as they might have been. W it IE. R, It 'VE counted up the Words and my task is nearly done. In conclusion let me say that we really have a history. VVe are two years old, our milk teeth are falling out, our lone stripe is beginning to fray out and, best of all, the gunners are making a noise which sounds like Furloughk la UL , 5 . V ' . ' 1 W , Q -5 ' . .ff 1, g ,?V.,,' s Qi 4 vi- -. 1 I .... . V ' ldf 'lf :fb-'M L ve l" - 1 ' v' 5 N 4 li V H - NV-' 1437 15 . , 1 . P .,.. , . Wh' if fi ki . Y K B3 V . '- l ..,.v. Q ' f ' -... . -e-- Al-sim' """ ',,?5,L,,.awvf 'A"l" '.": f ,.--. f 4.'. Q T 160 i f Xxxx K W N f' MSHA 3 'AN ' . . N h Y Q r V ' I .Q 'snajuflyigig M4 .W V 5- x .H X4 . X , ' X-xiii' 3 f '- , x .5 fHi'i 4 vX Z' 3 dgl gw . . I v ow "H wy , . Q ' 'rx f- r . - f W' NJ - 2 1 an .- L ff 2 fx ,U I ' . '4 , .,,b ,Iv , WX u- " N 'H Q . li Q Qtblztin Bzpresentatihe CHARLES CALVERT BENEDICT 161 . IXLTBIAN, CLYDE R ......... ANDERSON, HIXIRIIX' BENSON.. IXRTI-IUR, JOSEPII DOGAN, JR. .. ATKINS, LAYSON ENSLOW. .. ZXURAND, HENRY SPIESE. .. AIVENT, HUGI'I P ....... ISALSADI, ALFIIICII S ..... . . . BANK, CARI. CONRAD ......, IBARRETT, JAMES AVILLTS, JR.. BELT., MARTIN, JR ........,.. BENEDICT, CHARLES CALVERT .... BERRY, LUCIAN SABIUEL SPICER. .. BETHEL, EIJWVIN ALEXANDER. .. BEUKEMA, PIERBIAN ................. BLANKENSHIII. GEORGE PIOLLENBECK.. . BOOTS, NORMAN JAY ............... BOYE, FREDERIC XVILLIADI. .. BRADLEY. QJMAR NELSON .. BIRIXDY, TIYIODIIXS JOSEPH. .. BIIAXGIYON, JOIIN STEWART. . . BROWNELL, GILBERT SMITH.. BRUCE, ROBERT MOORE1-IEAD. .. BUSBEE, CHARLES NIANHLY .... . BUTTEREIELD. JACKSON TITUS.. CAM'PBEI.L, R.AY1XIOND POTTER.. CARR, VVARNER XVTLLTADI .... CHAI-IN.. CHARLES HOSDIER ........ CHERRINOTON, XVTLLTADI PUTNABI. .. COCIIRAN, JOHN HENIKX' .......... FONKLTN. JOIIN FIIENCII ... CORBIN, PIERBERT ROBISON. .. COUCI-ILAN, JOSEPII D1XI.Y. .. COUSINS, R,XI.PIAI PITTMAN ........ COVELL, -VVILLIARI ISDXVARD RAAB .... . .Peniisylvaniu . . .New Jersey South Carolina . ....California . .Penlisylvania .......TexaS . . .Alabzinm ......lower .........lOwu . .Pennsylvania . . . .Nebraskex . . .New YOI'k ....Illinois .. . .Micliigzin .......GeOrgiu . .PenIISylVania . . . .New York . . . . . .Missouri . .Pennsylvania . .Pennsylvania . . . .New York . .PennSylVz1niz1 North Carolina ..........OhiO . . .California .......IndiaIIa .Massachusetts ..........OhiO .. . .Virginia . . . .New York ..........OhiO .Massachusetts ................TexaS .. . . .District of Columbia CRONKI'Il'1'E. ALEXANDER PENNINGTON. . ..... . ..... New York DABNEY, HENRY HAROI.D ...,...... DAVIDSON, LEWIS CLARKE. .. DAVIS, JOHN FULLER. . . . DAVIS, BTICIIAEL FRANK. .. DAVISON, DONALD ANOUS. .. IDEBIPSEY, WVILLIAM XVORTI-I. .. DICK, LUCIUS JXLFIIED ...... DONNELLY, I'IOXVARD .. DORER, RICHARD JACOB.. DOUOIITY, IIEONARD, JR .... DRAVES, ALBERT JJVILLIAINI. . . . DUCKSTAB. JOIIN BENJAMIN. .. DUNIOAN. FRANCIS JOSICPII. .. Dll'IXN, EDXVARD JAMES .... . EAST. VVIITTTEN J ASPER.. ERERTS, DTELCTITOR MCE ........ IEISENISIOXVER., DWl'IGI-IT DAVID .... . ETSENSCI'IBITllT, CLYDE IEAYINIOND. .. ELLIS, EIDBIUND DE SFIUCVILLE .... EBIERY, FRANK EDVVIN, JR.. ESTEVES, LUIS RAUI, ...... . 162 .....OregOn . . .Colorado ....TOxzIS . . . . .Ohio ...Illinois . .Virginia ........OhiO ...Coiinevtivut ........OIIiO ......Texas . . .XViSc-OnSiII ... .Minnesofn .....CEllif0l'lll?l .Masszicliimetrs ....Mississippi . . .Arkunszis .....:K?lYlSZ1S . . . . .Oklzilionia South Carolina .........iVIaIne ...Porto Rico IQ103.GO Q I EVANS, VERNON ....... '. .. FEIIIIIS, BENJAMIN CRREELEY.. FINLEY, CHARLES IIOBIZRT ..... I1'1'1'z1IUOIfI. CIIAIRLICS CARROLL. .. FI.ETCl'IEll, CASSIUS PAUL .... . Fox. TOM .. ............ FRANK. IJAUT. RUSSELL... GANAIII.. XXLFIIED LAING. .. CEESLIZII, EARL IEXVART .,.. GYILKESON, IXDLAI I'IOKVARD ....... GII.T.I5Ifl"1'IU, DOUOLASS IJABHLTON.. CIOOIITIIAN, IIOIIN F ........... . GCDIIBIIXN. IQARL HARTMAN.. CSIKAYES, SIDNEY CARROLL ........ . HIXT.C0lIIi. XVILLIABI SUBINER TEAL... H.fXI.I., BLACKIIURN ............ .. HALL. ELBIEII .............. . HAULEY. VIXHOBIAS JADIICS, JR... HARMON. I'IUBEIlT R,EIT.l'.Y. .. LIARRIS. JOHN :EASTER ........ HARTIOAN, EDWARD RIICIIAEI.. .. HARVEY. PIARRY ALOYSIUS. . . . HAW. JOSEPH CUJUSIING. .. IIAYSE, JOSEPH NIURRAY. .. I-IEARN, VIXIIOBIAS GUERDON. .. I'IE1XIPHTI.'I,, PETTUS HARVEY. .. HENI.EX', DONALD ......... HERMAN, HARRISON ....... HEIIIKICIK, CI-IARLIES CUIll'ISS. ,. HESS, YVALTER XVOOD, JR... HOIIRS. LELAND STANFORD. .. HOCKEIK, CARL ERNEST .,.. I'IODGI5S. JOSEPII LAWSON.. LIODGSON, JAMES FLINN. .. HOIIOSON, PAUL JXLFIIED .... HOO1'EIl, OTTO IXL BUSCH. .. HOWARD, CLINTON XVILBUR.. HOX1'EI.I., RVEESE IXTAUGIIAN. .. HUBBARD. EIUSTIS LLOYD .... . HUNT, JESSE I3EESON' ....... . HYDE, EDWARD BOLTON, J IRWIN. STAFFORD LE ROY. JAMES, PIAROLD XXYII.I.IABlf. JONES, ARTHUR RIARION.. JONES. CLIFFORD RANDALL. .. ICABLE. JCI-IN FREDERICK. ICELIIIICII, JOHN .... ..... ICELTOX4, EDWIN COIT .... ICIBIBLE. ICING, CLIFFORD ICITCTIENS, LE W R... EDXl'IN RICHARDSON. . . LARKIN. THOIIIAS BERNARD... LEE, ROBEl!'F EDWARD ..... LEE, HEIRBEIET L ......... XIENANCE ........ IIEONARD, JOHN INILLIAM LE M AY, BARRINOTON. . . IS '1'IIOBIAS .... . . .Alzihzuna ...NOW York . .Pennsylvania . .PCIIIISYIVHYIIII .. . . . . . .Illinois ... .Minnesota Pclnisylvaliizl .RiIilSSilCllIlSCttS Illinois . .PCIIIISXIYHIIIZI ........IlllI10lS .........'l'exz1s YVOSI Virginia . . . . . .Colorzulo . . .NOW York . . . .Missouri . . .Indiana ........Ohio . . .NOW York . . . . .California .Massaclllisetts . . .Mississippi . . .Virginia . . .Tennessee . . .Alahzuna . . .Texas . .Idaho . . .... Ohio . . . . . . .Illinois . .Pennsylvania . , .New Jersey . . . .Colorado . . . . .Louisiana . . .New Jersey .......IC2lIIS2lS . . . . .Oklahoma . Massachusetts ..........U'tzIh . . . .Iowa .....Indizum . . .NOW York ....At Lznrge . .Pennsylvzinia . . .OIil2llIOIl121 .... Maine .,........Ohio .R'IU.SS2lCllllSCttS .........Ohio . . . .Texas . . . .Georgia ....Arkansas . . .XVzIshingtOn North Carolina . . . . .Maryland . . .VVyOming . . . . . .Ohio E OQRHOII LESTER, JAMES IXLLEN.. IJIEB, JOHN JOSEPH ............ LINDNEII. CLARENCE BREXVSTER. .. I,ORCIeI, ROEERT B .....,..,.... LYON, EDWIN :BOWIWIAN ......... XIACJDONALD, STUART CLARENCE. .. RIARCI-I, IQENNETI-I RITCHIE ..... BL-XRS1-I, RAYIXIOND ......... INIARTIX, JOHN FIDVVARD. .. RIASON, IXLBERT BURTON ...... MAXWELL, VVILLIAM STIRI.ING. .. IVICBRIDE, ROBERT BRUCE, JR ......... IXICCULLOUGI-I, ROBEIIT RAU DUNCAN... MCDERMOTT, JOHN ALOYSIUS ........ RICGEE, FRANK D ............ AICGUIRE, IEDXVARD CADIPBELL. . . RICISTIXNON, ALEXANDER. JR. . . . BTCLEAN, FELIX ROSSETER. . . . RTCNABB, STANLEY .......... BJCNAIR, PHILIP :KITCI-UNGS. .. NICNARNEY, JOSEPH TAGGART. .. BJENDENI-IALL, JOHN Ross. .. BTENEELY, JOHN IYIDIBERLY. . . RIENOI-IER, PEARSON .......... I MERILLAT, LOUIS AI.FRED, JR... LIILEY, JOHN DAVID ........ I IXJILLER, ERNEST FREDERICK .... IXIILLER, HENRY JERVIS FRIESE. .. MILLER. LE1fIDIAN XVELLINGTON . . MILLS. BENJAMIN XVILLIS .......... BKIITCIAIELL, IJUGH .................. MOREHOUSE, XVILLIAINI EDGERTON, JR.. IVIUELLER, PAUL JOHN ......,...... IXJUGGEBERG. REINIIOLD HENRX'. .. MURPHY, JOSEPI-I IVIUNROE .... NAIDEN, EARLE LARUE .... O,BItIEN, MARTIN J .... ORD, JAMES BAsEvI ......... PARJCINSON,, PARLEY DONEY. . . PATTERSON, YVILLIABI GEORGE. .. PEAEODY, GEORGE HUME ...... PEEBI.ES, VVILLIAINI BERKELEX' ...... PENDLETON, HARRY BJCEILDERRY. .. PEYTON, THOMAS G .............. PRICE, EARL BJARVIN ....... IDRICI-IARD, WVERNON EDWIN ...... PULSIFER, GEORGE, JR ............ QUESENBICRRY, INIARSPIALL HENRY. .. RANDOI.PIfI, NOIUNIAN ........... A. . RANSON, HENRY HARRISON. .. REANEY, Jo HUNT .......... REED, BJETCALFE ......... RICIIARDS, GEORGE JACOB ..... RITCHELL, CHARLES SADIUEL. .. ROBINSONV, JOHN NICIIOI.AS. .. RUSSELL, JOHN ELLIS ....... 164 .South Carolina . . . . . . .Minnesota . ....Georgia . . . . .Kentucky . . . New Mexico ..New York ......Kansas . . .New York . . . .Illinois . . .Oregon . .Illinois . . . . . .Alabama . . .Pennsylvania . . . . .New York . .South Dakota . . . .New York . . .Oklahoma . . . . .New York . . . . .New York .South Carolina . . .Pennsylvania . . . .Delaware . . .New York . . . .Virginia . . .Illinois .. ...Illinois .........Iowa . . .Pennsylvania New Hampshire ... ...Florida . ...... OlIiO . . .VViseonSin . . . .Missouri . . .Michigan . .Maryland ......Iowa .. .Maine . . .California ..........Idaho . . .M'eSt Virginia . . . . . .xVYO1IllI'lg .. Virginia . . . . .Texas . . . .Missouri . . .IVisconSin . . ...... Iowa ..........Texas .VVest Virginia . . .Pennsylvania . . . . . . .Virginia . .South Dakota ..New Jersey . . .Pennsylvania .........Iowa ..............Miehigan ...District of Columbia IQIGDDGQII I RYDRR, CHARLES VVOLCOTT. .. SAMSEY, JOHN XVILLIAIXI .... SAYLER, HENRY BICNTON ..... SERLES, LOGAN XVELLINGTON.. SIIEIKBUIINE, EDWARD GILL. .. SHOAF, TQREDERIC 'llARPI.Y. .. SDIALL. HAROLD EUGENE. .. SMITH. LEIVIS I,I.0YD .... SMYLIE, JOHN S ............. STEFENS. JOHN FRANKLIN . . . . STICKNICY, RICHARD CARLTON... STIKAUII, OSCAR zXNDRUSS ...... STREET. JOHN XXLEXANDER. .. STRINGFELLOW. HOIIIXCE, JR. .. STRONG, ROBERT XVILLIADI ...... STRURIILER, HERBEI!'I SPENCER. .. S UDDATH. LEROY NEWTON ..... SUMDIERS. IVERSON BROOKS, JR. .. SIVING, JOSEI-H BTAY ........... 'llAI.BOT. E1'I'IEI.BERT ....... TATE, CLIFFORD HII,DEI3RANT. . . 'rAYI,0R, 'LIIORIAS FENTON. .. TAYLOR, VICTOR XTAUGIHAN. . . TENNEY, CLESEN HENRY .... TETER, JOSEPIVI JESSE ......... T1-IORIAS, JOHN BARNES ....... THOMPSON, JOHN IVICDONALD ,.,.. TODIPKINS, XVILLIADI FRAZER, JR .... UNGER, LADOLPI-I ....,.....,....... VPAN' V LEET, JAINIES TTXLXVARD .... XYAN HORN, FREDERIC HURD ....... . VAN V LIETA. ROBERT CADIPBELL, VER QUEVEDO, IXNASTACIO .......... . . . WAXLLBACII, JAMES DE BARTH.. XVALDRON, ALBERT WIIITNEY. . . WVALLACE, JOI-IN HOBER'F ........ VVALLINGTON, EDIX'ARD CASYVELL. . . XVALTON1, LEO IXNDREVV ......... YVARREN, .ALBERT HENRY. . . WATSON, LEROY HUGIT. ....... XVEART, DOUGLAS LAFAYETTE .... .. XVEITIDIANN, ERNEST EDIVARD, JR VVEYAND, ALEXANDER MATHIAS. . . XVI-IITE, ARTI-IUR ARNIM .... .. XVILDER. CYRUS JENNESS .......... XV'ILL1'AM'S, ROBERT LIVINGSTON ...... XNILLIABIS, JOHN HAXlIII.TON CHEW. .. XVTLSON, VVILLIAM ROSSER .......... VTINFIEIID, RICIIARD NL-XRSI-IALL. .. WOGAN, JOHN BEUGNOT ....... XVOODRUFF, ROSCOE BARNETT. .. WORSI'IIXBI, LUDSON DIXON ...,.. JYANCEYV. BENJAINIIN ANTI-IONY YOUNG, MASON JAMES ......... ZUNDEL, EDWIN ALBERT. .. . . .Kansas . . . . . .Ohio ...Indiana . .California . . . . . . .Vermont ............TexaS . . .New Hampshire .........D'llSSOlll'l ....Mississippi . . .PCllIlSylVil11lU. . .Massacliusetts . . .Pennsylvania ... .Mississippi ....Alabama ..........Ohi0 . . .XVashingtOn . . . . .Georgia ........IllinOis- . . .New Jersey . . . . .Missouri . . .New Jersey . . . . . .Tennessee ..........AlaSka . .New Hampshire . . .VVest Virginia ..........Texas . . .Connecticut .. . .Virginia . . . . .Ohio ......Florida . . . . . .Connecticut ..... .New Jersey Philippine Islands . . . . . . . .Maryland . . .New York . . . .Oklahoma . . .New Jersey ........Oregon . . .Connecticut . . . . . .Missouri ..........Illinois . . .South Carolina . . . .New Jersey ......Illinois . . .California . . .Kentucky .. . . . . .Maryland . .North Carolina .. . . . . . .Virginia . . .Louisiana .. . ...Iowa . . .... Indiana .........Georgia ..New Hampshire . . .Pennsylvania fn' N June fourteenth last a great event occurred at Vllest Point. j I 15- The largest class in the history of the Academy entered the ,f5X institution. Two hundred and forty-six of us, from all parts 1 N ' of the country and from all conditions of life, arrived to en- ' f , counter we knew not what. lg R , R, ER. R it I! l X UCH a surprise as we received upon reporting! Ten X - stern looking First Classrnen welcomed us warmly, and - f -A6 our elementary education began at once. Wliiclrof us 'Q ' 'gif will ever forget that first day in Beast Barracks? Poor little -Q Ver spent most of his time in bowing to the cadet officers and M in learning what the peculiar words they used really meant. -L We doubled time from start to finish and were a -very tired I 2- 1 and disgusted collection of heroes indeed when taps sounded and we fearfully relaxed for a moment. St R R. R, OW' slowly the time passed those first few weeks and how homesick most of us were! A few, in fact, found WVest Point life so different from what they had expected that they resigned and left, to be forgotten by us in a few days. There was so much to learn, so little time in which to learn it, and such dire results if we . made a mistake.. I Z U! U! ' ' T, fp V , INALLY it was over, and -y my L uigi I 'Q ' on July fourth we left Beast V, X fu ' S Barracks to become full , V 1 .--v - , , , , fledged plebes without the hated , is '. 4490? E TL "newU before our ofiicial rank of fr ', KW?" 6 I: 1 cadet. Our first glimpse of the in- , WT f?5'S!g,i3,g, , , f, ,if liwlii V side of Camp Merritt was distinct- At ' lil Q, -li ' ly discouraging. The tents were V' W 'M 7?-::,::..,. .. A . I : small and the sun was hot. W'e :JW H M :.::. ...,. if '-- got our things arranged and set- 1 I L I , 'qq ll tled down to make the best of the S 'L -- Q summer. Life for the next two 'A , , A I ' .1'. months was only slightly pleasant Q W Aplgh with morning Infantry drills, hard Mt'l?iW1wr W ' " " "q?f'?g'f'?lQ':'-ig labor in the butts on the target range, and six-inch gun drill, at which we performed the functions of draft horses. At swim- ming instruction we were tied to the end of a rope and thrown into the tank where, aided by a jerk or two, we struggled to keep afloat. It appeared as if we would swallow the whole tank, and many of us thought that our last hour had come before we were hauled, coughing and sputtering, to the edge of the pool. From drill time till taps, we cleaned our brasses, , oiled and cleaned our guns, shined our brasses again, and then began to clean and oil our guns. And so on. All the while we kept the whole camp posted as to the exact time, or explained to some indig- nant yearling why we attended the- candidate banquet in New York.. Even then some of us found time- to sleep on top of the clothesqpress while our roommate watched. The- weekly guard tour was the worst soiree of all. Nothing could be- much worse than to hear the cor- poral say "Turn out the second, 167 ' Tl-l E I9 IZ HOWITZER. 3 Q reliefj' after what seemed to us a moment's rest since we had been relieved. We all did wooden stunts on our first tour. One man took two breakfasts because one was called the 'fHungry Squadw and he thought it was for all hungry men. lg R Q Q Q Q E all enjoyed the freedom we were given at Camp Illumination. It was great fun to ,take part in the celebration as much as the others. In a few days we left plebe camp forever, feeling that the worst was over and that we were ready to take up the aca- demic work. VVe soon became acquainted with the VVest Point method of section rooms and set in to honing tenths with all our might. U! I, R S! I! E B! R I! R OOTBALL practice began before we left camp and a large number turned out to try and make the team. NVhen the great day arrived it made us feel good to throw our capes back like upper classmen, for it was our first public appearance as cadets. VVith Thanksgiving over and football off our minds we began boning in earnest. XV e were glad enough for the short holidays at Christmas with their boodle fights, though we were not allowed leaves. Thirty-two of our classmates had to leave on account of deficiency in studies and we hated to see them go. It is 1912 now with cold weather to endure, L. P. hops to attend, and yearling camp to pipe. I! I! U! R R. I! R, R U! I! it S! E ' ies ' WTWLQTHCS Z my V mm - 'i 'WP ll 5, I ., J1W':'i?l '1' ' , X ll' ! ' , Ninn ' 'IH A h xw kw' -11, 3 "?WIWf!l1lf"'aA ,ll A I Hi 4 " n' -lfllf , flwM4M4 lHff fwW, :'1,-L4+. ,N f+5,.mgf H a W . , N f J mgl lliuzlilf -' ' Jw MX . '- W 'R 'I 'NI lllllI!!lllIW!1l1fn .: .. HMM!!! M ' a'QWi'f!r mmm inulnummf fUllfuu. The QUT119 Qtblztin Qluumzil Representative for the War Depmtmemf Brigadier General J AWIES B. ALESHIRE, Quartermaster General President Professor VVILLIAHI B. GORDON lllembers Professor CORNRLIS DEW. VVILLCOX Lieutenant Colonel FRED. VV. SLADEN, Corninandant of Cadets Captain HERBIAN J. ICOEHLER, Representative for General Athletics. Captain VVILLIAB1 L. ILELLER, Medical Corps, U. S. A. ' Captain JOSEPH W. BEACHAIVI, Football Representative lst Lieutenant VVILLIAM BRYDEN, Baseball Representative lst Lieutenant PHILIP RIATHEVVS, Secretary-Treasurer. lst Lieutenant OSCAR WESTOVER, Assistant Football Representative Cllahet Qtbletir Qiummittee ROBERT F. HYATT, ----- VERN S. PURNELL, HABINER HUSTON, - - CHARLES C. BENEDIOT 170 Representative lst Class Representative Qd Class Representative 3d Class Representative akth Class 1 1Fnrv1nnrn TI-ILETICS really commenced at West Point in the Summer of l890, when a baseball team Was organized and three teams from Governoris lslandvvere played. ln the Fall of that year took place the first Navy football game. From that time down to the present day the history of athletics here has been that of one continuous struggle against great odds. How well that fight has been carried on the Howitzers since that year can tell better than can one short paragraph. It is sufficient to say that from the first year it has been a record which every man in the Corps may and should look back on with the greatest pride. It is a record furnishing the most perfect example of what Corps determination and nerve can do in the Way of accomplishing that on which it sets its heart. The record shows that in six years after the introduction of football into the Corps We were recognized in the athletic world as an opponent Worthy of any of the Big Six. ' E' -H R R- THLETICS is the thing that above all others has obliter- ated petty cliques and inter-class feeling and given the Corps the personality of a living human being, Working for a definite end and bending every energy, every bit of strength it possesses to the accomplishment of that end. It has taught us that singleness of purpose, backed by subordination of self interests to the good of the cause, together with determination and perseverance can accomplish the impossible. Through it more than by any other factor here we have learned that it is the part of a man to struggle on, though the odds -be against him and hope seems deadg and that the Word which stands for success, Whether it be on the athletic field or in the game oflife,isFlGl-IT. U! 'B 'S 92 R R K 'Q U! It 'L 171 F form the team. 00 LL OR many the football season of 1911 began some- where about the first of October, but fora few it began on the second of December, 1910, when the necessity of planning for the next season was only too well realized. Of outward signs of preparation there was none until late in ,the spring, when some- one brought a ball out on the plain and four or five men helped kick it about. After the entrance of the plebes practice assumed a more serious aspect, for during the afternoons in camp the fourth 'class men were turned out to start their 'preliminary practice. Some of the older men, feeling anxious to begin, occasionally assisted in the work. 1Vhen September came no time was lost in getting started. lm- mediately after the return to barracks the general call for candidates was issued and from then on there were practice and preparation, rain or shine. HERE were some changes in the coaching staif. Captain Beachani succeeded Lieutenant Nelly as head coach and in addition to Lieu- tenants Cooper. Hammond, Zell, Benedict and Philoon, Lieutenants Xtestover and Irwin came to fill vacancies left by Lieutenants Stillwell, Pullen and Greble. Harry Tuthill, trainer of the Detroit baseball club, who had been secured through the efforts of Captain Beacham, arrived to 2 it P lt, IQ. 95 2. R. E R. take the squad in hand. , HE prospects of a good season were very favorable, for, besides hav- ing very nearly a veteran team to build on, -there were many likely men in the new class. The graduation of the class of 1911 left vacancies at guard, end and half-back, but when XN'ood and Dean announced their intention of remaining out of football the coaches were left with six men as a nucleus about which to FR. R. 93. UL R B! R P D! R. ' R. R, it 38, H, . s . HE month of September was devoted almost entirely to teaching the fundamentals of the game and trying out the fourth class men on the squad. The older men were al- lowed to do as they pleased during the warm weather and it was not until the end of ,-wi. the month that the first team was gotten together. Only a few plays were given, with which the team played through the early games of the schedule. R ROM the outset there was keen rivalry among the ends, Cook, Gillespie, Hoge and Rowley keeping each other continually on the jump. Devore and Littlejohn were picked as tackles with Weyand as a strong substitute. Arnold was shifted from center to fill in the vacancy at guard while Vtfalmsley and Huston played the other guard posi- tion. Sibert was advanced to center and with Walmsley took care of the passing. In contrast to the experience of other years there was a large number of good baekfield candidates from whom to choose. In Hyatt, Browne, McDonald, Bene- dict, Keyes, Hodgson, Milburn, Barton and Hobbs the coaches had players from whom it was not dini- cult to select a speedy combination. The with- drawal of Dean left the team without an experi- enced kicl-zer, but with diligent coaching several kickers were developed. R. I! R. R. ls 173 -.4 sf Q.. L' sw if I i 3 i-22 of 1 svrfv' 1 9 ivy, 4, 3 "" Www, Ar34,h' 51 2 I 6 mn, I . is M f lf ? ' f af f , W if ff f 559 -vt! ,f A' fe 23' . if sf ya- arg-Mer : 3-cm-4f-,s:a,v1j.'- , U 1,-if .' 'wa-..r,. Aww.-I -r:fv?,'4'-Jw..w fra'- ' f..:: 11, - , ff ' i-cfm' .,. Y yr QM v 5 I, V at A vi" .. 'X asizzifwiz' ,' flaizgzg -. a,',,i-'gQ:Q51f:..1:, .L :-xl' A I 4 A - 24,152 :?5fY':i"f " , ' f .wg -' A, 'rw'-' , f ' ' - ' , 412-Er-1 gf., ' R 1 ,fl Q, 1' '31 "' 5 , , Q MQ, ILM, Qs. .V .f .. 7' 'fin we ' ' :fi , 9- I -33, 77 I 3.5.4 Wy., . .... . ,, ,fi-,fxf , 52 , 'Q to retard the development - in. ' r 4, ,,ffM,, , an 'v' f if .-0 . , Y .A 3. -.-2...-We 4W',..,1x -' 'T "N, iyxfc. "-h:fr.,n. .- "'?'5'- 24- "ff ' 55221 "ii-14. .-.51fIZ"7f'I5f'I31' '4 ' 'iifiiifflllk-14721271-1 'fff1i5'i21E321EE'?:' Tix: HE first game of the schedule, that with Vermont, was played on our new field, which, after a heavy rain, was in very poor shape for any kind of fast football. Thirty men were tried in our line-up and it was due principally to this constant substitution and to lack of team practice that the offensive ability of the team was not more clearly shown. Our only touchdown was made on a blocked kick which we recovered behind the goal line. The final score was 12-0. Rutgers came next and was beaten 18-0. The team had profited by the Week,s practice and by its play in this game showed promise of being able to give Yale a hard fight. R IQ, bg IQ, T might be well at this point to say a little of the new field which proved so unsatisfactory and which did much of the team. After much care and attention duiino' the summer the field in September was declared ready for use. In the beginning it was a beautiful level green but after the first rain practice on it had changed it into an area of mud. Considering the manner in which it caught and held all the rain that fell upon it it would have made a splendid hockey rink. The season started with rain before the first game and the schedule of weekly rain was for the remainder of the season invariable. This kept the field in treach- erous condition at all times so that when the Yale game finally arrived the team was per- fectly at home in a sea of mud. 92, R UL, R it R 52 R. R it U! FTER defeating Yale in 1910 and showing the football world how to score on the for- ward pass, there was much interest as to what the Army could show this year. The weather man seemed anxious to iittingly prepare the field for the great struggle. The rain started on Thursday and did not stop until long after the game on Saturday, The field was a veritable lake in spite of the sponge and bucket squad who during the morning sponged up many hundreds of buckets of water from the field. Rumors were about that the game was to be called oif. Nothing was known for certain until the Yale team splashed onto the field, followed shortly by the Army. 2. SQ, R R. U! 92 R it R I! UR team had had no special preparation for this game, but the work of Tuthill was clearly evident in the spirit and dash shown by the men. Yale had come prepared to avenge the defeat of 1910 and to force the Army under the spell which the name "Yale" usually carries. It needed only the first scrimmage, however, to make the Yale team A 174 feel that theirs was a Hght not for revenge but to stave OE defeat. Following closely its plan of generalship the Army played a kicking game until in a position to strike at Yale's goal. The opportunity came after a short five -minutes' play and then our team showed its strength, up to this time carefully concealed. Taking prompt advantage of a misplay we secured the ball on Yale's thirty-yard line. In three plays the ball was carried over the goal line. This little part of the game, in the opinion of a high authority on football, was the best exhibition of headwork and teamwork he had ever seen. That one team of the first 'class should score on another of the same rank in three plays and from the thirty-yard mark was something that turned the eyes of the football world on our team. And it was considered mere luck, at least until in .the second quarter Yale was much surprised to find the ball downed one yard from her goal as a result of a - blocked kick and a thirty-five yard ef run. Vlfhen the ball was carried over for the second touchdown it was con- vincing proof that the Army was master of Yale. Although our team was penalized at this point and lost the touchdown, the moral effect re- mained to thoroughly demoralize the Yale team. In the remainder of the play the Army's was a safe game, constantly on the lookout for a mis- play which might again place them within striking distance of the Blue's goal. No chance offered. At the final whistle it was YVest Point six points and nothing for Yale. Considering the condition of the field and the downpour of rain, the play was in many respects remarkable. Few fumbles occurred, the backs held their 175 Q feet wonderfully and made several very good runs. E R, Z R R. R It R ONSIDERED from a standpoint other than actual football this game had much to oifer. lt was very amusing to see a player, trying for a tackle, miss his man, fall and slide with a splash ten yards or more' in the mud and water covering the field, and then get up so completely covered with mud as to be unrecognizable. After every scrimmage the services of the trainers were much in demand to wash the mud from the faces of the men so that they could see sufficiently to continue playing. It was a. game not easily forgotten by either players or spectators, for it was the second time in two years that Yale had lowered its colors to the Army. 93, R. 2, H, HE week following, after a well deserved rest, the team lined up against Lehigh, who had come with the intention of spoiling our record by scoring on us. The Army showed that its power had not started on the decline but, on the contrary, that it was continuing to increase. A score of thirty points was made against the 'M Pennsylvania College and our goal line was still greatest surprise of the season. Georgetown. unci'ossed. The next game was probably the about whom very little was known, held us to a 0-O score We started the game with 1 partly substitute team which did not work at all smoothly. Georgetown, taking advantage of our delay in getting our attack working, took the offensive and threatened our goal sevzral times with dro -l'icks. F 't ' ' f ' p t oi unately oui linemen were able to block the attempts and to preserve our record of an uncrossed goal line through another game. This Georgetown team was the hardest playing team our men had met, for even with the first string in the game, no score could be made. 98, 82, Q E R R 8, R' R R R E E, R R. HE 0-0 score had a very bracing effect on the men, for when Bucknell arrived the team showed plenty of speed and scoring ability. Long end runs and dashes over tackle gave us a good score. The punting of the teams was very good, both kickers sending long spirals over the heads of the opposing quarter-backs. Bucknell was the Hrst team to score on the Army. A blocked kick and our recovery of the hall behind our own goal line fo1'ced us into a safety and destroyed our hopes of going through the season with a clean slate Colgate, with a fast team, succeeded in doing what no other team on our schedule could do, carrying the ball over our goal line for a touchdown. Witli Colgate we completed the pre- liminary part of our schedule, and all that remained was to prepare for the big game. E 176 J .- K touchdown scored against her. Both F X U Q HE stands of Franklin Held were filled, .J on the twentv-Hfth of November last, with spectators who had come from far Y, and near to see the representatives of ' z'X,scfQ,:?,kbj.., ' ' the two arms of the service fight for AQ supremacy and it was iight they saw ' ' I from start to Hnish. The records of the ' ",' 'K two teams made them of about equal '.. .V,:,Qjs4!1Q 1-A strength. The Navy had had a very suc- 1.-1 '.:-u5geaiQj,gf'V f?"Q'Ig,- cessful season, winning consistently and ' gp 7igfg1,1.'j5a ,,, :- tying Princeton with a.0-Q score. The Army had shown superiority over Kale ' Q and during the entire season had but one " schools considered the early games merely as preparatory to the final game. To win this would mean a successful year, to lose would be failure. R. R. R R R Z' S! U! E E sent into the game the strongest team that we could muster. All were experi- enced men in the best of condition. Incidentally everyone on the team had entered with the class of 1919, and for all but two this was the. last Navy game, the last chance to beat the Navy. Every man was ready with all he had in him to make it an Army victory. R UL R. it 2, g R. E, IQ. Z Z R. R it R, HE game, play for play, cannot be better given than in the report of the head coach, which follows. The relative strength of the team was not shown by the score. VVith the exception of a short part of the second period the ball was kept' continually in the Navy's territory, Twice the Army pushed near enough to the Navy goal to threaten it with a drop kick. Once only did the Navy get within kicking distance of our goal. As a game it was a wonderful exhibition of football, as good as any played to-day. The teams showed thorough knowledge of- the fundamentals of the game. They showed a mastery of the principles of attack and defence much beyond that dis- played by the big colleges they had met. And most of all they showed that they possessed that indomitable spirit of fight upon which the game so much depends. By this game the Army and Navy have reached an en- viable position among the leaders in intercollegiate foot- ball, a position gained for the first time in the history of the two academies. Z 2 St, R, R, Z R. QEIJB Game hp QBBITUUS FIRST PERIOD HE Navy won the toss and chose to defend the west goal, a strong wind favoring them. Cook shaped the ball in midfield and sent it to McReavey, who was dropped on his 925-yard line by Wood. Dalton started his pounding, a.nd hit the line for Q yards. De- vore felled him. He shot a quick kick to Keyes, who ran it back to the Army 35-yard line. There Keyes cut of a 10-yard slice around end on a fake kick which puz- ff 9 . , A Jr... , v 'W ,. .'. .- ' 4 .1 v. - Y ,4 W.. I' 'if "V zled the middies, and before they had recovered, MacDonald was away for seven more, making a first down. The fake worked so well that the Army tried it again, this time carry- ing the ball around left end to the center of the field. Hyatt netted l yard over Brown's tackle in a play which was smothered by Gilchrist, and Keyes booted the leather 40 yards to Nicholls. There was a 10-yard return, after which Dalton failed to gain through Devore. He punted 50 yards to Hyatt who came back for 5 yards before Hamilton reached him. But there had been interference within the 20-yard zone, and the ball was given to the Navy, with a penalty for the Army. Nicholls could not gain through Devore, and Dalton kicked again, the ball rolling outside at the '7-yard line. Here Keyes shot it back to Gilchrist on the 40-yard line, who was bumped to the earth by Cook. On a penalty the Navy was sent back 15 yards to the center of the field. Dalton got off a 40-yard punt to Hyatt, who sig- nalled Keyes to return it. Arnold was well down under the latter's kick and nailed Rhodes before he got a start. Dalton netted SZ yards through center and kicked again. On the ex- change the Army gained two chalk marks. Keyes plunged through Brown for 2 yards, then booted to midfield where Nicholls mulfed it and Littlejohn pounced on the pigskin for West Point. Keyes ran wide of right end, cut in past an interference which completely boxed McReavey, and MacDonald burst through Howe's guard for 5 more. On a shift play Keyes shot past Hamilton for 9, to the Navy 25-yard line. VVith the ball close to the goal post the Army looked dangerous. A fumble lost them a yard, however, and holding 15 more. At this juncture Keyes tried an on-side kick which rolled outside, and the Navy started fighting to get back to the center of the field. Wood pulled Nicholls down without a gain, and just as Dalton fell back for a kick, time was called with the ball on the Navy 25-yard line, Score: Army 0, Navy 0. R, R R 2. UE. R, FR. R R. 2. R SECOND PERIOD N the second quarter Wood and Cook were replaced by Gillespie and Hodge on the ex- tremes of the soldiers' line. Play started with Dalton punting to Hyatt. The Army captain raced back 10 yards and sent Keyes through Brown for 4 more. Gilchrist was hurt, but returned to the game. An outside kick to the 15-yard line followed, but Nicholls scooped up the ball before the Army forwards. could reach it. Sibert downed him in his tracks. Hyatt on the Navy's 45-yard line signaled for a fair catch of Dalton's 40-yard 9 X 'Si X ' W4 ji X x fx? vi-:g.-:-:,.:: :-:asm-2 .4 il f ....,.. ...... . .... , . .M 7505 I a A '1q.'e'g.X ' ,. ' ,l - '.qIg55?3E55EfE55:1g mm. J www 4 V 'Q Z . xiii W gg. so 4 N X QQ wx ind Oi X Wi S x E 2 te fx, .. . i f Q X . i X A . . W 219 fi .., " Q20 'F .M yn e ' L Z-. P ' - .:.Q'l:Q1Ik - 178 punt, then put the ball in scrimmage. Keyes broke loose for 10 yards past McReavey, and MacDonald went ahead 5 yards, into a ,hole opened up by Devore and Arnold. The ball was on the 35-yard line, and Hyatt signaled Keyes to shoot for the goal. This was the Army's first chance, but the wind carried it wide. The middies started back from the Q5-yard line with a kick to the center of the field, where Keyes again sent it to the 15-yard line. Dalton punted out of danger. Keyes slipped on his next charge and failed to gain. He did open up 92 yards over Howe, though. A -- quarter-back kick to behind the goal post again put the ball in play uf" on the Q5-yard line, and again did Dalton boot it. Keyes sailed it ff? ' back to the 30-yard mark, where Gilchrist signaled a fair catch. X. J Instead of obeying his self-imposed restriction not to run, however, ' "' the quarter-back started back with the ball, bringing a 5-yard ' ' -F penalty on the Navy. For interfering with the center, the Army , f ,AQ was awarded a penalty which carried the ball to the Navy JLO-yard line. ' Dalton ripped oi 5 yards from a fake-kick formation, and Nicholls added 15. Gilchrist circled end for Q0 yards, and fumbled. Hodge fi dove on the ball, but the official returned the ball to the Navy. Three . ' line plays netted 18 more yards. Nicholls attempted to slide outside of ' . .' ,JVV X Devorets tackle, but was thrown for a loss. The ball rested on, West , , Pointts 30-yard line and Dalton then elected to try for a goal from - i placement. The scrimmage was directly in front of the goal posts. f 1- ,, , I Gilchrist received a good pass, and Da.lton's foot drove the ball into ..',l the wind, over the cross-bar that the Army was defending. lKeyes ,,,, twig kicked off to Rhodes, who ran back 5 yards with the ball, and Dalton tried a punt which was partially blocked, McReavey falling on the 25" "A-.hh ball on his 36-yard line. Again Dalton booted the ball over the line- 2, this time to Hyatt, at the center of the field. Keyes shot past right . X end for 5 yards and then kicked. Arnold was on top of Dalton before ' the latter got away, and smashed him to the ground on the Navy 25-yard ' mark. Here time was called for the half. Score: Army 0, Navy 3. S! Q ' THIRD PERIOD. . HE coaches sent VVood and Cook back into the game at ends. To begin the second installment Keyes got off a poor kick to Brown, who ran the ball back to the 45-yard line. Nicholls was rammed into the line forQyards, and Dalton dropped back for a kick. 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The soldiers marched 55 yards down the field before they could be stopped. Keyes kicked to Rhodes, who fumbled on his 45-yard line. The ball bounced high and Devore pulled it down and planted it il yards nearer the Navy goal. Keyes failed to gain on an end run, but MacDon- ald made first down through a large hole made by NVal1nsley. Gilchrist and Hamilton both bumped into the Army back before he sunk to the mud. Time was called for Littlejohn who was put on his feet again by Tuthill. Browne made a yard, and Keyes cut around Hamilton for 15. Browne repeated with Q yards more on a quick shift, followed by 3-yard line plunge by MacDonald. Keyes tried for an onside kick, but Nicholls gathered in the ball on the Navy 1.1-yard line, and the Army rushing was at an end. Then came an exchange of punts, which left the ball on the 25-yard line. Dalton booted to Browne at the center of the field. He made 5 yards before McReavey' hit him. Keyes battered down the Navyls left tackle for 3 yards, then play slowed up for a penalty on the Navy for hold- ing. XVood was hurt and replaced by Rowley. An opening outside Little-john gave Keyes a chance for 7 yards and he took it. MacDonald added Q, then 3 more, both through the line. This placed the oval on the 40-yard line, and Hyatt called for a try at goal from placement. The ball fell short. The Army was pen- alized on the next play. Dalton punted to Keyes, who ran the ball back 35 yards. He was unable to gain on the next play, however, and fell back for a kick. Ralston got through and threw himself on the ball. The period was then up, with the ball on the Army 42-yard line. Score: Army O, Navy 3. R It R. 2 UP. R U! 32, FOURTH PERIOD. . HE final period was a kicking contest. Annapolis started in with Brown out, Redmond replacing himg for the Army, Cook and Gillespie played at end. Upon resumption of play the middies failed to gain, and were penalized 15 yards for holding. 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After a double exchange of punts the ball went to the Army, Browne shoving it forward Ii yards ,around right end. At this juncture the coaches took XValrnsley out and substituted Huston. A penalty was also called upon the Navy. ,Keyes booted to Dalton, who scrambled for an IS-yard gain on a fake. Rhodes lost 2 outside of Cook, and Dalton booted. Hyatt called for a forwardu- pass. It was incomplete' and Keyes kicked. Nicholls could not make an inch over Cook's end, and Dalton punted outside. Merillat took Cook's place. Two more forward passes were tried. but were unsuccessful, and Keyes sent the ball back past the center of the field. Dalton rushed the line for 2 yards, then failed on the next time. Time was called with the Navy in possession of the ball 'on the Army 48-yard line. Score: Navy 3, Army O. R IQ. R S! R: I. St 2 ARMY. POSITION. Nfxvv. VVood QGillesprie, Rowleyj..Left end. . . ........ Hamilton Devore ....... . .......... Left tackle.. . . . . . QBrownj Ralston Arnold ......... ....... L eft guard .... ........ W akeman Sibert .................... Center ..... ............ N Veems VValrnsley QHustonj ..... Right guard. .................. Howe Littlej ohn ............. Right tackle ..... QRedmondj Brown Cook QHodge, Merillatj . . .Right end.. . . ........... McReavey Hyatt QCapt.j ......... Quarter-back .... ....... G ilchrist Browne QDeanj . .. . . .Right half-back .... .... ..... N i cholls MacDonald ...... .. .Left half-back .... . QCapt,j Dalton Keyes ...... a . ............. Full-back ........ . ......... Rhodes Referee, Mike Thompson, Georgetown. Umpire, Dr. Albert Sharpe, Yale. Field Judge, Carl Marshall, Harvard. Head Linesman, Andy Smith, Pennsylvania. VVeather, cold and raw, northwest wind. R, 2 R. R, R, H, U! R R . 181 Sp. 'e QSEBALL CQ A gm '1 7 A ASE BALL is one of our most favored sports. Aslplayed here it is a splendid X game. It is clean and sportsmanlike, Q 'not only on our side but on the side of ' ' ' our visitors. Its freedom from com- ! inercialism of any kind makes possible 'A a game played purely for the sake of the s ort. All frames are la ed at P . Q . P Y VVest Point and it is to be regretted ' that an account of our eculiar osi- tion we can do practically nothing to A entertain our visitors. I: R. R. IQ. AST spring saw our third consecutive satisfactory sea- son. For three straight years we have accomplished our goal in baseball-to lick the Navy, and we are justified in believing that 1912 is going to bring us our fourth season with an Army victory as the climaiz. Our class is rather proud. of its record .in this sport as we feel that it has had a good deal to do with winning three straight Navy games, having had on each team a large majority of the men. But in distributing the praise we must not forget Strang. As a coach we believe there is no one bet- Q ter. As a man he is liked by the team, by the whole corps, and by all of the officers on the post. After our defeat by the Navy in our plebe year Strang f ' . took us in hand and to him is due most of the credit iii jiri A- it for the record of the past three years. His long fp suit is inside baseball and base running. We have 1 , won many a game purely by good base running, and ' our superiority in this part of the game is best up , shown by comparing our one hundred and forty- - three stolen bases to the twenty-three stolen bases of our opponents during the past season. Some teams 3 In -. we have played have batted as well as our team, ' " some even better, but we are safe in saying that none displayed so great a knowledge of inside base- ba11.nnn,av,nnnn.nan 183 - HE expectations at the beginning of the season were great-and they should have been. VVe were counting on the same team that, the previous spring, had defeated the Navy in that splendid errorless game of 2-0. But several changes were destined. Anderson, who had played right field, was severely wounded in one of the intercollegiate fencing bouts on March 31st and was unable to play during the season. Next Harrison, our second baseman, tried to evade certain regulations regarding uniform and was put on the area. Confinements were not suspended for first classmen on the team, and this made the playing of Capt. Surles, our left fielder, very intermittent. These changes rather spoiled Coach Strangas plans, for he had counted on hav- ing the same men to work on, bettered by one seasonss coaching. And one of Strangis seasons at coaching means a great deal to any team. He finally 5 . .wa'f19,..,".E fa , placed Davenport in the catcher's box and sent Lyman to right field. Riley was put in left field. These changes necessitated reorganizing both the infield and outneld and it seemed that this was not enough. VVe had a very hard job getting time to practice. Baseball requires constant practice and the Army is therefore handicapped more than other colleges, for while they have plenty of time for practice, we have scarcely any on account of the spring drills and parades. Finally, however, permission was obtained for the first team to be excused f1'om parade twice a week. The first few games were not up to our expectations but Strang soon got things under way and our baseball sky began clearing. Though it was clouded at times by defeat the old Army spirit kept it one of the brightest that has hovered over our diamond. sq, le, 184 NDOOR'practice began on February 20th. Fifty-four men reported as candidates. The new class did not enter till June, so there were prac- tically no new men. The nuinber of candidates was cut down at intervals till the squad finally numbered 'twenty-four men. Outdoor practice was com- menced as early as possible and Surles was elected captain of the team. The schedule for the season was very good and we played many of the foremost college teams. Col. Howze, on one of our practice marches, ordered the sun to rise at 4:30 A. hi., but some high authority seems to have gone him one bet- ter and commanded the rain to fallonly on VVednesdays and,Saturdays during the spring. The best the rain could do this spring, however, was to rob us of two games out of the twenty-four scheduled. Out of these twenty-two games We won fourteen and tied two. U! IH. 2 Us Us I: 22, . la 8: in Y R -1. 3-8--.1,,.' H., :HH v.. . .4 .- HE victory over the Navy on May 27th gave us permanent possession of the Army and Navy Register Trophy, offered to the team which should first' win three straight games. Wliiteside has been elected captain for 1912 and we hope that this season will bring the fourth victory. Then we will be contented with our baseball history. To see the Navy beaten four times is a great satisfaction to any class. 2 82 I2 R R 92 8: R A ' ia 185 I DATE. Mar. E25 Mar. Q9 Apr. 1 Apr. 5 Apr. 8 Apr. 12 Apr. 15 Apr. 19 Apr. 22 Apr. Q6 Apr. 29 May 3 TABLE SHOVVING SEASON'S TEABIS. Rutgers . ............... . West Point ............. Manhattan Q7 inningsj .. VVest Point ............. Dickinson . . . . . . . West Point . ..........,. . University of Vermont. .. VVest Point ............. Lehigh ...... .... VVest Point . . . . . . . Lafayette ... . . . . 1Vest Point ... .... Tufts ....... .... VVeSt Point . .. .. .. Dzirtmouth . .. .. ... . . Vlest Point .............. Renssalaer Poly. Institute NVest Point ............. Norwich C19 inningsj .... VVest Point ............. Brown .................. West Point ..... ,.... . . . University of Rochester.. W'est Point ,... ..... . rmuzn. May 6 May 10 May 13 May 17 May 20 May Q-L May Q7 May 30 4 M ay 31 June 3 June 7 June 10- RESULTS. TEADIS. Berkeley Hall .... . VVestPoint. Georgetown . . . . . VVest Point ........... Trinity Q8 inningsj .... West Point ........... Union ........ . West Point . . . . Fordham .... . Vifest Point . . . . Holy Cross . . . . NVest Point .. . Annapolis .. . . XV est Point ........... 7th Regiment, N.G.N.Y West Point .....,..... Syracuse .... . VVest Point . . . . Bucknell . .... . 'West Point . . . . Colgate . ..... . West Point . . . Columbia .... . . VVest Point . . . . INA HE Navy game is, of course, our greatest game. It was played last year rt West Point on May 27th Fate was kind to us and gave us as fine 1 day 'rs we could hare asked, esen though It wx IS Satuidfmy The cadets were worried during the early part of the game on account of VVhite side's having been hit in the eye by a ball before the game. His eye was game lhc Navy ru ide the Hist lun and their ioy and enthusiasm were g1e'1t But their ecstacy was short lived for our superiority was soon apparent. Oui teuu D115 ed uonderlully they lnt h nd fielded llmost peitectly and kept up their base running reputation by stealinvf nine bases to the middieslone Harrison had been taken olf tl1e area for this game and showed up prominent ly, both in the field and at the bat. Hyatt was in the box again and this fact must have unnerved the middies somewhat. Hyatt's pitching has been a had f ' " C .j Q C ' L. ' ' fa: ' . '. "jj I, - blackened and entirely closed but in spite of this he played his usual fine i . " .1 . , 5 . . K . ' L - . c . . K I j ' . ' Q4 Z 5 , . f pi v, - 1 ,iq - i ,LA if C K . za ' ' . D . f ,A . stumbling block for the Navy baseball teams. I-le allowed but two hits. The following is the game in detail: FIRST INNING: The Navy went to bat. Osborne grounded to Hyatt. Byers hit to right for a single, but the ball bounded over Lymants head and a home run was scored. Strickland grounded to Hyatt. Abbott lined out to Milliken. R. SQ, R, Lyman grounded to Vaiden. Harrison grounded to Vaiden. VVhiteside struek out. 2 Us It 2. IL 82 R, SECOND lNNlNG: Ridgely flied out to Harrison. Cochran grounded to Sadtler. Vaiden Hied out to Harrison. 8? -2 R. Cook hit a clean single to right and went to second on a throw from Vinson'to Sibert, who niuited the ball. Davenport struck out. Sadtler struck out. Ullola flied out to Ridgely. 92 Y U! R R, R it ' 92. U2 R R, THIRD INNING: Seibert Hied out to Harrison. Vinson walked. Osborne popped out to Hyatt. Byers grounded to XVhiteside. I! St' Q Hyatt knocked a high fly to Osborne who muffed but was put out stealing second. Milliken struck out. Lyman hit a -fast grounder to Vaiden who could not handle it, and then stole second. Harrison fouled out 'to Vaiden. FOURTH INNING: Strickland flied out to Harrison. Abbott flied out to Harrison. ltidgely af? 537 3i'5'I'5 187 O ' struck out. R, Q R, VVhite- side singled to center and stole 1. second, going to third on a wild . -'fr throw by Cochran. Cook walked and stole second. Davenport sac- rificed to Osborne, 'Whiteside scor- K ing on the throw-in which was If mufed by Cochran, and Cook go- ing to third. Sadtler grounded to Vinson who caught Cook off third, Sadtler going to second while Cook was being run down. Ulloa , , - 3 x--f- N' flied out to Vinson. R R R. FIFTH IN N ING: Cochran hit to center. Vaiden sacrihced him to second. Seibert walked, Vinson grounded ""- f T--ez to Wl11t6S1Cl6 who caught Cochran at third. Osborne was llllf by a pitched VAV. I .y ay 1 ball, forcing Seibert to third and Vinson to second. Byers struck out with 5 the bases full. M R. R. Hyatt flied out to Osborne. Milliken grounded to Vinson. Lyman grounded to Vinson. 52 S! R D! R, R, SIXTH INNING: Strickland struck out. Abbott flied out to Sadtler. Ridgely grounded to Milliken. 5:2 52, IgHarrison struck out. Vlhiteside hit through third, stole second and went to third on a had throw by Cochran. Cook hit for two bags to right, VVhiteside scor- ing. Davenport singled to center, Cook going to third. Cook was caught off third by Coch- ran. Davenport stole second. Sadtler flied out to Strickland. R 32 D! ik li! M. SEVENTH INNING: Cochran flied out to Lyman. Vaiden grounded to Milliken. Seibert walked, stole second and went to third on 21. bad throw to second by Hyatt. Vinson grounded to Hyatt. Fl: lg R, Ulloa hit to right but was caught between first and second. Hyatt hit through Ridgely and stole second. Milliken hit to center field, Hyatt going to third. Milliken stole second. Lyman hit to right field and stole second, Hyatt scoring and Milliken going to third. Harrison hit for two bases through third, scoring Milliken and Lyman. lVhite- side grounded to Vinson, who tried to get Harrison going to third, but threw wild. NVhite- side 'stole second. Cook sacriiiced to Vaiden, who attempted to catch Harrison going home, but hit him with the ball, Harrison and W'hiteside both scoring and Cook going to second. Cook went to third on a wild pitch by Vinson. Davenport walked and stole second. Cook was caught off third by Vaiden. NVakeman went in for Vinson. Sadtler struck out. lg lg EIGHTH INNING: Osborne flied out to Milliken. Byers fiied out to Harrison who made a spectacular catch. Strickland grounded to XVhiteside. R 2 UB. Ulloa flied out to Sei- bert. Hyatt flied out to Osborn. Milliken got three strikes but went to first on a wild 188 throw by Cochran. Lyman hit to left, Milliken going to second. Harrison grounded to Abbott. R. NINTI-I INNING: Abbott flied out to Harrison. Nicholls batting for Ridgely flied to Harrison, who muifed, but Nicholls was out steal- ing second. Callaghan batting for Cochran flied out to Ulloa ending the game. S! 2 U! 2 R THE SCORE. West Point. A.B. R. H. P.O. A. ' E. Lyman . . . ............... .... 1 'f. 5 1 3 - 1 O O Harrison . . . ........... .... 1 f. 5 1 1 7 0 1 Wliitesirle . . .... 3b. 4 3 2 1 2 0 Cook ......... .... 1 b. 2 O Q 9 0' O Davenport . . . . . .c. 2 O 1 3 Q 0 Sadtler ..... . . .Qb. 4 0 O 2 1 ' O Ulloa ..... .... c f. LL 0 1 1 0 0 Hyatt .... .... p . 1 1 1 1 3 1 Milliken ...... .... S S. 4- 1 1 2 Q 0 Totals .....,.. .... 3 1 7 12 Q7 10 ' 2 Annapolis. A.B. R. H. P.O. A. E. Osborne . . ........., .,.. l f. 3 0 0 3 0 1 Byers ...... . . .ef. 41 1 1 f 0 O O Strickland . . . .rf. Ll 0 O 1 1 O Abbott .... .... 2 b. LL 0 O Q Q 1 Ridgely . . . .... ss. 3 0 0 1 ' O O Cochran . . . .,... C. 3 0 1 7 3 ' 3 Vaiden . . .... 3b. 2 0 O -3 3 O Seibert . . .,.. 1b. 1 O 0 6 1 1 Vinson .... ..... 1 J. 2 O 0 1 3 1 Vifakemant . . .... p. O 0 - 0 0 1 0 Nicholls . . . . .i 1 0 0 ' O 0 0 Callaghan ...... . . .T 1 0 0 0 O 0 Totals .................................. Q8 1 Q Q4 14 ' 7 EVVakeman for Vinson in the seventh inning. iBatted for Ridgely in the ninth inning. tBatted for Cochran in the ninth inning. . W Y --7 --- Y 4 SCORE BY INNINGS. VVest Point 0 O O 1 0 1 5 O x-7 Annapolis 1 O O 0 0 0 0 0 O-1' I , ,7. 189 , Z I FE G NGN P I N ENCING at VVest Point is not one of the 11121,- C jor sports, but it is one of those in which we meet the Navy and this alone gives it promi- nence. To the spectator who is not familiar ,Q with fencing the bouts may not seem greatly inter- A esting. He is unable to pick out the fine points. But there is a great deal to fencing-it is in reality a science and to master it requires more work and L i patience than any other sport. It is true that one H . need not be an expert at fencing in our period in or- der to preserve his life and honor, but there is no form of sport that we can learn here and carry with us into our army life from which we will be able to 'derive as much enjoyment as from fencing. Fencing here is not like football or baseball. The season is long and tedious and all that the corps sees of it are the dual meets in the gymnasium. The corps as a whole knows nothing about the long hard hours spent by every man on the squad in the training room. It knows nothing of the work and the strain that often seem so useless and unrewarded. Indeed, fencing requires all there is in a man --his time, his strength, his patience and all of his stick-to-it-iveness. R Q HE season of 1911 was a revelation in two ways-first as to what one man as instructor can do, and second as to what a green 'team.can do when well coached and imbued with the old army spirit. No season was ever begun so inauspieiously. Sohlberg and Cocroft of the 1910 team had been lost by graduation and Dargue, the otherlmember of the team, was walking the area and consequently unable to fence. The prospects would not have been so dark if the other colleges had been in the same posi- tion. But every college that we were to J3 r r' 3 5 ' meet had an old and experienced team, and experience in fencing means a great deal Not one of the men that our team was to be picked from had fenced in any meet and there intercollegiates. Great interest was mani Q 4' fested in fencing, as Was shown by the fact that ninety-six men turned out for the squad at the were but four dual meets t6 prepare us for the ap .,.. ,, -,.i' N ...f .. 191 beginning of the season. As we have only one in- structor this number was necessarily cut down until the squad soon numbered less than twenty-five. It ARLY in December Monsieur Vauthier began developing the likely candidates for the team. The competition between Rayner, Wilbur, keen. Two trial meets were held and Rayner, Ander- son and Hinemon were first selected. Later Wilbur replaced Hinemon. In our dual meet we defeated Pennsylvania 6-3, Yale 7-2 and Columbia 6-3. At the time of our meet with Harvard the team was broken up on account of the sickness of Hinemon and Anderson. Harvard won 6-3. This was the first time a college team had ever beaten us in a dual meet. With remarkable grit and determination the team set out to wipe out this defeat and a few Weeks later, in the preliminaries to the intercollegiates, we beat Harvard 8-1. Everything that a coach and team could do was done now to put the team in shape to win the intercollegiates. Every available minute was given to training the team. On lllarch 25th preliminaries to the intercollegiate meet were held at Annapolis and West Point. Cornell, Yale, Harvard and the Army fenced here. We won from all the teams, the closest score being with Cornell who held us down to Eve out of nine. Harvard and Yale tied, but in the fence- off Yale was eliminated. Princeton had been eliminated at Annapolis. S! R N lllarch 31st the teams met in New York City at the Hotel Astor to decide the championship. This took Friday night, Saturday after- noon and Saturday night. It was recognized that the final struggle xii -,g Hinemon, Youngs, Hoisington and Anderson was very XSZM Q. s .:.L.,w-ju il ifihgy .",.,,, 192 would be between the Army, the Navy and Cornell. In the first bout that he fenced on Friday night Anderson' was severely wounded. His opponent,s foil snapped and the blade entered his body under the right arm, passed through and came out just under the left shoulder .blade. That the blade should pass through as it did and not produce the gravest results was miraculous. On account of this accident a substitute was needed through the whole meet. Hinemon was called on and, though during the few weeks preceding the meet all ' - Y the attention had been given Q, A- gg 3 1 v to training the team, he lfg ,, H y ' W 1 fenced remarkably well. The f'f Tf"' H . N36 f 'gi meet early resolved itself Q, H y ' , - 1- ' ' "L into a struggle between the 1 1, M V, y -- , -1 , ' ' . .. ' Zi- Vtii Eff? 222 L2 K ' 5 Army and Cornell. From 1, p . rags: H' I ,ij"- ' . gf-f agl .?'ff:' f9" - 'QI e the first bout to the last it ,mfg In If " :?ft : "1 ' ,f .' was uncertain which would E iga A f H I 3' ,j'T'1f ' , R Y,-,:,. , A ., je. 31:53, . win, but when all was over " ' " ' " ' J- , . Cornell had won one mo,-Q A. up bout than we had. The "'M"""t' " ' " A A " "W " Army had lost counting the total number of bouts, but we had defeated every team individually. Our scores against the teams were, Cornell 5-41, Navy G-3, Pennsylvania 7-2, Columbia 8-1, Harvard 8-1. ,So while Cornell had won the meet, we had beaten them twice. A medal was given this year to the intercollegiate champion. Roose, of Cornell, won the medal, though Rayner, captain of our team, pressed him very close. He-was the only man to defeat Roose. In his bout with Lorimer of the Navy he was given a draw but in the fence-off Lorimer was given one more point than Rayner. This left Roose one bout ahead. Us Fx be it R. I: UE. be It, It R, D! BEAT credit is due the team for their splendid light. 'It was very dis- appointing to them that one of the team should have been unable to fence at all and then, after such a determined fight, to lose the meet although they had defeated every team. VVhile the team did not win the in- tercollegiate we can safely say that the Army will never be represented by a team which tried harder, worked harder or fought more desperately than the team of 1911. To Monsieur Vauthier we owe our heartiest thanks. Throughout every long season he works as no one would believe it possible for- a man to work. His whole heart is in the development of the team. He subor- dinates every personal desire and pleasure to fencing and when not actually working with the team his every thought is 'chow to make the Army win." Every man whom he has ever taught has for him the deepest respect and affection. In every sense a thorough gentleman, he has given us precepts in the fencing room which we hope we will never forget. The Army has never had a more efficient man, a harder worker, or a more loyal supporter than Monsieui' Vauthier. It in I: It Us R. R It R 91 E. R. an 9: 193 Q Ei lt BAL L ETH LLN tl1e end ot the tootblll sc 18011 und the beg1nn1ng of b1scb1ll the1e IS 1 lull 111 llltLlC9t and excitement Ill the A eoips It IH he1e tl1 tt b1slctb1ll fits 111 1H'OXlfill1g e11ter- tlllilllilit tor e1 CIXODL bo such 50110115 thought IS WIXCII to b1sl etb1ll LS to tootb1ll Ol b'1scb1l1 To CXLIYODC 13151 etball lIiCdl1S o11l1 thc gnnc o11 S1t111d11 lo 111 lke tlns gune one 11h1ch 111ll leep 1l11c tl1e Glitilllhliblll 111d splrlt ot tl1e corps NDER tht clnection of I lLlltCIlull'l1f Glassford b'1sl'etball 1L171LbCl1tlt11C 111d ot I1c11te11'111t Higley the coach, the HL 15011 X1 L9 stuted B1 f311fiLl'tf10Il 11c lost McKinney, Conud A101118 H141 Smles JXIHOTCT Y1'1S elected c11pt11in of thc tc 11n 11o1n the outset the te'1n1 1111s diiiicult to pick. ll1e1e X1 IS sp111ted con1pet1t1o11 for positions o11 tl1e tC'1l'I1dHI1d lt X118 11ot 1111t1l '1ttc1 the Cii1lStlT1'tS holidays th'1t fi1e 1nen XXLIC deucied 1113011 The fiist game, with I,,ebanon College, we won, illlif showecl lack of team work. Next came a defeat by Penn State, in wl1icl1 we were again shown tl1e necessity of more practice. During the holidays a tea111 of fourth classmen defeated tl1e Crescent Atl1letic Cl11b a11d C01llI1'1bi2L Fresh- me11. 1N'hen play was res11111ed after tl1e holidays, Union beat us for the SCCOIICT ti1ne i11 two years It was time to expect signs of ilil1Jl'OVl?l'Ilt'lit. R R 93, R D! IL R T seemed a different team that 1net Princeton ill one of tl1e most exciting ga1nes of tl1e schedule. Starting in witl1 a rush, we scored 1611 points before Olll' opponents made a goal. Later they tied tl1e score a11d from tl1at time on both tea1ns alternated i11 the lead. By throwing a goal from tl1e center of tl1e court with but a few seconds to play, Prince- ton won with a score of 27 to 26. It was a l1ard game to lose. After .beating Georgetown in a very slo1v and uninteresting game, we IIICT Swartl1more. 111 a very fast gan1e our team was beate11. An extra period was necessary to decide tl1e game. The first half ended witl1 the score 7 to 6 against us. At tl1e final whistle we were tied 15 to 15. In tl1e extra period S'1V?l1'ti11Tl01'C, by shooting two fouls, came out tl1e 1 2 1 ' , ' 1 1 - . ' 2 wg il 1 'kv ' ' .xv X I .1 -' I I. "S ' 1 111111 ' , ., 1" ' E .1 . , ,l 11 4- . -, .' . ,. U- , 1 1. Q ' 1, 1.1 " 2 ' 1.21 . 5 'A' 1111: ' ' ' -' A ff: A 'z ' aj. " ' 1 'Q . V.. V. i A 5 . . 1 until baseball comes is the end towards wl1icl1 tl1e basketball team bends its etforts. 92, R, 52 El ll I -E' I! . 1' 4 2 ' - ' A 1 1 , 1 1 1.1 'L 1'1',1 ' 1 1, 1 a :ez .' 11. 1' 1. ' . .1 111 1 1- f 'I 1', 1' 1 ' ' 11 1 1 1 " 'i V 1 4" ' It 1 '1 . . . 'T ' 111' .' ' ' ' 1 ' D' ' 11: ' 1' H 1 1 1 1 11icto1'. The game was perhaps tl1e most exciting I lpgmwgv-1 one ever played on our co11rt. IE. B it E T is interesting to notice tl1at in the games we lost the Army sl1ot more field goals than the opponents b11t Olll' weakness i11 shooting fouls combined with, tl1e other teams' strength in this line ga11e them tl1e game in each case. There re- main five games to be played to complete the 1911- 1912 basketball season. Let us l1ope that o11r luck in tl1e last half 'of the schedule may be better than Cilll'llig the first. R, E R IE, R M 82. THE TEAM Arnold, Van Vliet, McTaggart, Roberts and Sutton. - A SUBSTITUTES Balsom, VValdron, Boye and Howell. SECOND TEAM Patch, Sadtler, Hodgson P. A., Martin and Hobbs. Manager: Harrison, VV. C. Assistant Manager: Canady. 195 O GREY . r . V ' ' Q O sport at this institution is more deserving of support and . I gets less than does hockey. lt seems strange how little is known of our team and our hockey schedule. Few follow the games closely or show interest in the team's success. A great deal of praise should be given the team for its work during the season. The weather conditions are seldom very favorable. X 0 If there is ice at all it usually lasts until- the day before the game when a thaw sets in 01' a rain comes to spoil the ice. The men tramp up to the reservoir in the most inclement weather for a half hour's practice. No matter how cold it ties under which the squad works it is only necessary to join it in a single practice. Hockey to the player is sport. To the spec- '5u tator it is a game filled with exciting scrimmages and thrilling dashes down the ice. Fine skating and good stick work com- bine to make it a pretty game to watch. R R R R .j , HX . ff ' 1,1 1 may be the squad turns out regularly. To realize the diliieul- Q GI-ei HIS season we were very fortunate in having good ice from the very beginning. ln former seasons the Army has been forced to cancel games because of poor ice, but not so this season. Vxlith one dayis practice our team played its first game of the schedule. The ice was in good condition, but the lack of sufficient practice was very evident in the team play of both sides. In a slow game we beat Stevens lnstituteby a score of 5 to O. The Army next played the Renssalaer team and won by 2 goals to 1. The ice during the week had been very good, giving an opportunity for regular practice. The results were seen in the improved team work. The -game showed that we were working up a very cred- itable offense. R I! I! I. R S! E. 2 R R. St. it R. 2 UT our WVaterloo came when we crossed sticks with Boston Tech. VVhile our team played a good game, better than would be supposed from the score of 10 to 0, they were entirelv outclassed by the Boston team. This team is undoubtedly the best team in the East. To be defeated by such an aggregation is no disgrace. Our men fought hard through the whole game, doing better in the second half than in the first. Seven goals were made against us in the first period and only three during the second. The remaining games to be played are with teams of about the strength of Renssalaer, so that with good ice the prospects of a successful season are very bright. 'We have a fast set of forwards and a good defense. Good ice is all we need. ll It 2 K T is fitting that we should here express our appreciation of the work of Lt. Bartlett as coach of the team. lt is due to his energetic work that our rink has been kept in playing condition and our team thus given an opportuni- ty of playing its scheduled games. The team has profited immensely ' by his interest in it. R M 197 THE TEAM L. Wing, Viner, Harris R. Wing, Rosevear, Drake Rover, Harmon M. F. CCapt.j Center, Schneider Point, Sibert ' Cover Point, Royce Goal, Gatchell Coach, Lt. Barlett Manager, Crawford, R. C. Jan Jan Jan Feb Feb. Feb. Feb. Feb. Asst. Manager, Lewis, H. B. THE SCHEDULE Stevens Renssalaer Boston Tech. Seventh Regiment Mass. Agr. College Amherst Syracuse XVilliams X.- 198 'PRA K 1 OMEHOVV the weather 1nan gummed up his rainy-day schedule, so that for once we had a respectable sun- shiny day fo1 the outdooi meet, without the ineonven ience of hasmo' to stand mth a femme and six othel cadets undei o11e umbiella duimo' the C11lL11G pC1f01111 ance Om field meet comes seiy late 1n the spimfr, in fact Just befoie graduation, and it seues largely to enteitam the June V1S1'lIO1S, who congiegate heie about x . day and Satuidfiy ifteinoons, while the othei men a1e watching the baseball game, playing polo O1 11d- ing. As this is the only branch of sport in which the classes meet in competition, it is to be hoped that great interest will always be taken in it in order to keep alive class spirit. Records will not be broken until the competition becomes keen enough to make the men train hard for the different events. The entrance of large classes should have this result, to some extent at least, and the coming spring will perhaps be marked by much greater interest in these activities than heretofore: To stimulate in- dividual elfort, the Athletic Association offers an NAU for each record that - 5 1 1 ' f - V O n i o A 1 X , A , ,. . . O l 1 . I- - t- ' ' , .V Q 1 ' ' - r f -I 1 13 ' U that time. No consistent training is done for the X meet except by a few men who sacrifice their VVednes- W' 1 ' . 1 ' Q 1 ' 1' . f ' e Y' isbroken.fnsannmmnnaeamyaasain UR class had many noteworthy 1ne11, powerful in their own line of ap- plication, turn out for practice early in the spring. The trim figure of the Prince, striding gracefully along the outskirts of the plain, was such a familiar sight that his image has become impressed in our minds along with the other features of the landscape. He was a source of great interest x L... Lal.. 2 , .L 199 . ' to the visitors, and many lingered long after guard mounting to watch him pass by again. Every afternoon immediately after parade Kuldell could be seen going out for practice with a sixteen-pound shot in 'one hand and a Cambria handbook and slide rule in the other. Youngs is a Very good hur- dler but he refused to enter the meet because there was no cup offered to the Winner of the race. This also kept Duke Edwards and Phelan from compet- ing. Since the authorized apparel for track work is very scanty it is probable that a large number of men will turn out this coming spring, as the oppor- tunities to appear outside in an undressed' condition are becoming exceedingly rarethesedays. be an Ia ba fa la la A In Sz in be be In HE meet began at 10:00 A. DI., and went off smoothly. Patch broke Greble's record of 10 ft. 11ML in. in the pole vault. Lampert equalled the record in the mile run and Drake came very close to an "A" in the 220-yard dash. 1912 won out with a safe margin. The final score was 16215 points for 1912, 127ML for 1913, 102 for 19141 aud 40M for 1911. 1911 did not put a full team on the field this year. It B! me I! M 2 . rl- 200 The following is the list of events Winning: I ' ' E290-YARD DASH , Record, Hayes, P., '09, QQ 1. Drake, 'IQ 41. Viner, '13 ' Q. VVhiteside, '12 5. Burr, J. G.,"14 3. Gillespie, J. B., '13 6. Simkins, '14 Time, Q2 4'-5 sec. RUNNING BROAD JUMP Record, McNally, '99, S21 ft. 7 in. YVhiteside, '12 5. Surles, '11 Q. Cramer, S. VV., '13 6. Viner, '13 1. 3. Hardigg, '11 7. Harmon, '12 fl. Hoge, '14 8. Burr, J. G., '1-l- Distance, Q0 ft. 3 in. THROXVING HAMMER Record, Besson, '09, 1241 ft. 4 in. 1. McLean, H. C., '12 LL. 'Walmsley, '12 Q. Drollinger, '11 5. Sasse, '14 3. Purnell, '13 6. Freeland, '14 Distance, 94 ft. 120-YARD HURDLES Record, Beavers, '08, 16 Q-5 sec. 1. Browne, C. J., '12 41. Glass, '14 Q. Hoge, '14 5. Crawford, R. C., '12 3. Lyman, '13 6. Fuller, '13 Time, 17 11-5 sec. RUNNING HIGH JUMP Record, Morris, '00, 5 ft. 'YM in. and order of f' . 100-YARD DASH Record, I-Iannnond, J. S., '05, 10 Sec 1. Sadtler, '13 I 9. Drake, C. C., '12 3. 1Vhiteside, '12 Time, 10 2-5 sec. MILE Record, Dailey, ' 41. 5 6. R 07 Lyman, '13 Burr, J. G., '14 Burr, WV. E., 14 ACE , AL min. 51 sec 1. Martin, T. VV., '12 fl. Johnson, A. B., '13 1. Lampert, '14 Richards, '11 Q. Thompson, '14 5..Glass, '14 Q. Dorst, '13 o. Biilloclfz, 13 3. Kirk, '12 6. Fuller, '13 3. Fosnes, '14' ' 6. Kirk, 19 I Height, 5 ft. 3 in. Time, -1 min. 51 sec. LL ' 4. ,..A.a 2 Ol " 220-YARD HURDLES Record, Patton, '09, 25 4-5 sec. Lyman, '13 4. Crawford, R. C., '12 Browne, C. J., '19 5. Sadtler, '13 Hoge, '14 Time, 26 4-5 sec. HALF-MILE RACE Record, Gutherie, '05, EZ min, 1 3-5 sec. Rayner, '12 4. Newman, '14 Van Vliet, '13 5. XVilbur, '12 Schmidt, '13 6. Villaret, '14 Time, 2 min. 11 sec. PUTTING SHOT Record, Romeyn, '00, 37 ft. 112 in. Smyth, R. M., '14 4. Johnson, A. B., '13 Cook, '12 5. Jones, VV. G., '14 Surles, '11 Distance, 35 ft. 3 in. POLE VAULT Record, Greble, '09, 10 ft. 1114 in. Patch, '13 fnew record, 10 ft 11112 in.j Browne, C. J., '12 4. Cramer, S. XV., '13 Harmon, '12 5. Brand, '14 THROXVING DISCUS Record, Drollinger, '11, 110 ft. 472 in. Cook, '19 Surles, '11 5. Greenwald, '12 Rosevear, '13 6. Sasse, '14 Drollinger, '11 7. Davidson, '13 Distance, 106 ft. 9 in. ONE-MILE RELAY RACE Class of 1912 Class of 1914 Class of 1913 Time, 3 min. 19 3-5 sec. PL ACK-out from the bunch of struggling men and V, ln horses shoots a little white ball. The bunch breaks sud- ' ' 'X denly and strings out in pursuit ofltlie ball with one man distinctly in the lead. Stick poised in the air, he i qs urges his willing pony down the field. Behind him he 'new' hears the beat of hoofs as the others race after him. I 0 The pony, as much in the game as hisirider, hears the horses behind and tears along after the ball like a shot. Z , To see the pony lay himself to his task, to feel his body 3 E ' working at its best to outdistance the others, to hear -Mtch. .1 your pursuers so close behind and to feel the rush Q4 ' an of air so welcome to your heated body, all these ' send surging through your veins a wave of exul- an irrepressible desire to yell. You are almost on the ball. 'The one last bound to bring him up with it. VVith one hand on his rise in your stirrups and with a long free swing make your stroke. In the brief instant when you he ll our stiel n et tl b ll ' l tation and pony gives withers you . Y A.: 'y Q ie- ie a witi a sharp crack, when you feel that you have won out in this race down the field, you fully understand how a man who has tried all the games now played can., without hesitation, declare that polo is the sport. 2, R UL R R, it I: lg O the man who likes keen competi- tion and personal contact with his oppo- nents, who loves a stren- uous game for the ex- citement afnd danger that it holds, it is to him that this article is addressed. VVhat is more exciting than the race for the ball when the ponies are neck to neck and their riders are trying to ride each other off? How good it V seems when your pony, by a Well timed spurt, 203 9 forces the other off and gives you a 4, clear shot at the ball. Even if you are QA the unlucky one, you still derive some satisfaction in accidentally disturbing your opponent's seat by bumping him as :lfKN 'A' OLO is played by periods, with just enough time between to ...1f"-w r ,. 'VEN . pn! 2.5.33-1 X,-F Q ., . if . fl ' ' 1 with your shoulder. S! R. R. 2. B E. 1,4 13325 511- 5., 1-fs.. as ' change mounts. The ponies get w 'Y' the rest and not the players. Each 'Nw period is played at top speed with ,,-. never a dull moment. Every second is filled with action. No one can play the game and be indifferent. Even the laziest man, seized by the excitement of it all, is wonderfully transformed. At the end of a period you dismount, hustle over to your next pony and are back on the field just in time to resume play. When the final whistle blows and you slide from your tired mount to the ground you need no further proof that polo is a strenuous sport. le. lt. Ek Sz 2 I. R. 93. is 2. 2. R. E started first class camp, set on having a good time. Some were in for a rest, others for spooning and some for polo. A large number signed up when the call for polo men was issued. We planned to devote the first few weeks to the'beginner's principles and then anticipated a good series of company games, which usually decide the championship. Our plans were, however, sadly broken up for, under the stress of learning so many mili- tary things, our play was very much neglected. Wlien we were not detailed to spend the afternoon making a map of the crossroads, it was more than prob- able that some of our aspiring marksmen would be sent to the flats for rifle practice. Still we succeeded in devoting one afternoon a week to polo and, under the able coaching of Capt. De Armond, we began to pick up a few points of the game. In spite of the lack of time we had progressed sufficiently towards the end of camp to play three or four games. The little we did get made us all the more anxious to A continue. Of fall practice we had none. Because of the constant rains the flats were never in condition to be played on. As soon as the snow came indoor prac- tice was started. Witli a large leather covered ball games were played in the riding hall. It was better than none at all for it served to keep the players and ponies in condition to resume practice in the spring. se O Capt. DeArmond the Hrst class owes its knowl- edge of this, the best of sports. It is through his participation in our practices and his efficient coaching that we have been able to learn the little we know of the game. For his unfailing interest in our polo squad 1912 wishes to thank him. R Us I! I: Q04- e GOLF X9 jg OME mysterious agency has given golf a tre- Q mendous impetus during the past year. From M the serene quietness of two years ago the plain has become a seething mass of players, each one look- Y mo for his own ball or one that looksi like it. "ForeH instinctively turns to salute tl1e highest ranking .offi- cei in order to acknowledge that he has received and understood the warning, someone in his rear acci- dentally hits him in the back. But "Fore', is not the only word used on the plain. Golf has long been famous for giving birth to new and striking cuss voids. VVhen you plan a fine long drive, build up a nice little hill, balance the ball carefully. on the peak, ' make a number of graceful preliminary swings with a number of admirers waiting to see the ball pass out of sight, and then with a Herce stroke you strike the unoffending earth, break your stick,-and hear your friends' joyous laughter, the ordinary cuss words don,t seemto exactly apply. So you have to extemporize. Any one iwho has conscientious, scruples against this form of language should -not attempt golf, for even if he is strong enough to refrain under these trying conditions there is sure to be some friend within hearing distance who will in- dulge. To learn the game requires much walking, many' sticks and more of the elusive little balls. It seems doubtful at times to the beginner whether or not the pleasure to be derived from the game in after years when one has become acquainted with the utter independence of the ball, its in-shoots, out-shoots and drops, and above all its awful capac- ity for finding hiding places, will re- pay him for all the mental anguish the training period has caused and for the terrible inroads it has made on his disposition. 8: Us Us Us .. J 4 , N - V ' f 6 . . . AK is heard from eight directions at once and, when one Q ' ' 205 l ' OLF at VVest Point serves any number of purposes. Biany of our star P. S'-ers find it has unrivalled qualities in the P. S.-ing line. Hauser K, and Wfalmsley are its chief exponents, and can be seen any afternoon, attired in the prescribed at.hletic costume,-for golf is athletics, by order- each carrying a bag of sticks and impersonating caddies for the ladies. It is not known just how their price list runs Crumors of cake and tea have been heardj, but they seem to prosper and always have plenty of jobs. Q ag sg FFICERS find golf an excellent way of taking their prescribed hour's exercise without 'undue fatigue. The cadets use the game to while away forenoons of holidays and as a means of being able to walk on the forbidden grass. So, considering the fact that golf does all this for us, it is safe to assume that it is here to stay. It has been recommended that all the cadets going into the coast artillery learn the game in order that when they get to their posts they may have at least one means of exercise. Ba R 52. In UT to consider the game seriously. VVe have here a very good nine hole course and the interest taken in the game has developed good players. To further stimulate the interest General Barry has presented to the corps a handsome silver cup on which the name of the winner of the annual tournament is inscribed. The ofHcers also have a golf club and enter into a tournament each year. The cadet tournament for 1911 was played off' in September. VVe have a number of good players and the competition was keen. Patterson Hnally won out with a score of 88, Harrison with 89 being a close second. Hyatt was third with 91. The ofHcers' tournament was held in Octo- ber and resulted in a victory for General Barry with Lieutenant Parker second. Witliout doubt golf-real golf-is a scientific game and it requires much time and patience to master it.' 1t also requires judgment and any player to suc- ceed at all must learn to hold himself in and to use his head. He cannot just walk up to the ball and make a careless stroke. He has different conditions to meet between every two sets of holes and must plan each stroke with care. And here's to the man who can top, pull, sclaff' and slice, break his clubs and lose his ball and still stay serene through it all. 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FOOTBALL BTERILATT VVEYAND 209 EEN IN THE X 1 X1 W f Q Q L I A f , -4- -' "W ' X A ' -x x 1? - R f 'Q1' ,if M Q5 I n 7 ' X W , xi--'rqlfm E' ,-N ANN: 4 A -5 W ,A IN ,vm xxh F xbl. - A? x ii N g f A b f' ' K Q f I v ,. . v 'in ff IW RIDING HALL, U um fy w u , ' 9'lJI',Hf5 Q' M1 F- mf 5 VN 'H N ' 1 ,H 1u"'Wy B WM' H1115 li ,mW'NIm W IIIIIIIIIUIII A H H I ' 3 . 5 : 1! W L : 1U 5 w-X Y' Q J 1 X N X 1, Illllllllllulll ' rl WA I ,N .VN , 'W Mm I " gifs Ill IIIL I, - W Y Y 'XE W ,Ji YA I X xl! ' IlllllIlll'flll I f X 1 111' L -mf + uma: ifwri . Z NU I V V mmmmunmu mmm , I l I I pf IIIIIIIIIIIIIYI 1 mmllllllllllllllmmu E - . '- H ny WW fuk, LN fr M mf. lf ,,,fn11fw1 IN! rv uh, I I K. I . W J W n 4"-1 M4 1,-df' ' 'YH - - f ' S1 1 X :VH ' I M I . f L lllll, I Em RRZUMZRR J Editor-in-C'lLief' HENRY L. FIJ1'NN Buhsiness Jlanager BRADFORD G. CHYNOXVETH Assistavzt .B71'Si'lZ-HSS Dlanager EDGAII S. G'ORRET.L Associatej. Editors ' PIOXVARD S. BENNION HARRY A. .FLINT Art Piaotogrzzplm- ' - F - w 1 ' ' . . . . , Y . f CARL P Dick G1 ORGIL UCC CHANE Lif67'fl7'2f D'ALARY P'ECI-IJQT THOMAS J. HA1'ES , Afhletics ARCHIBALD V. ARNOLD RICHARD E. :ANDERSON ' Grinds XR7II.1.IABI J. BIORRISSEY I?L'277'6SG722f6lZfiUE from 1913 LAXVRENCE B. VVEEKS R6I17'E,967IfNf'iZVE fro-nz, 19141 EDWARD L. GLASS Q13 KIKXC! CAPTAIN S, , , 40 XT s 'llumuffs 25385 ' - ' Z inf -1 . . -5 ES Vi.: - . 2 a . A fix ' SV ' i- 5 E 3 Ti 5 --1 E S E If-. E .ie 5 S " L- . fi 2 ' ? E' E A S- V 2 E 'S E E E ' :Q 15. S. E E 5' 5 E it ' HE Y. M. C. A., as an organization, was started at West Point a little Q F N X, more than thirty years ago. Since that time, although its existence at 9 - of first was in frequent danger its growth has been steady and sure , . ,I Q r To-day nearly every cadet? at the Academy is enrolled either as an 1 ' active or associate member and the Y. M. C. A. plays a very important part in the life of the Corps. The purpose of the association is to inspire the cadets with the true Christian spirit and to keep alive in X ' their breasts the love of religion that they bring with them from their att. homes. Then, through them, as graduates, the whole Army will be . influenced to co-operate in the great work. The army officer goes all over the globe and comes in contact with every sort of humanity. From these circum- stances and from the fact that he is the model for the men under his command, it is evident that he exerts a wide sphere of influence. It is the aim of the Y. MT C. A, to broaden this sphere and to make it potent for good. S! lt vi 82 S! Sz, BQ 8: 2 2 HE activities of the Association are various. During the Academic year, meetings are held in Kendrick Hall every Sunday evening. These meetings, which are frequently addressed by outside speakers, are of great value in bringing the men together and in giving them an idea of how Y. M. C. A. work is carried on elsewhere. A course of Bible study is followed during the winter. This enables the Association to come very closely in Contact with the men of the Corps. The men taking up this work are divided into classes of about ten men and meet each week during the course. The enrollment for Bible study this winter comprised forty-three per cent. of the entire Corps. The sub- ject was the Life of Christ and the book studied was the "Harmony of the Gospels? Several graduates on duty at the Point have taken deep interest in the work of the cadets. The assistance given by Lieutenarlts McKell, W6St0Y'C1', and Greene in the matter of arranging the lessons and instructing the class leaders has been well-nigh indispensable. lt is mainly due to their active interest and hard work that the course of the past -year has been successful. 88, B! I! N the summer, when the battalion is in camp, a short course of mis- sion study is carried on. The Y. M. C. A. reading room is moved from barracks and is located in a large tent in the shadiest corner of 215 , ' Nl sr I 41 ij Y ! ! 5. E V JE! EE L EQ . ,al ' E I ga ng 1 Y X . s - sl ' THE l9l2 HI Ill. nw llqgig I-lOWiTZER the encarnpment. The regular Sunday evening meetings are held under the trees in the vicinity. It has been cus- tomary each summer for twelve cadets to attend the Northfield Conference. There they have been enabled to meet and fraternize with 1ne11 from the col- leges and to learn of the progress in the work at other institutions and of the problems that must there he met. The best speakers from all over the world address the meetings and those who have attended the Conference can testify to the benefit which resulted to them personally and to the organization here because of their attendance. Last year the necessary permission to go was withheld but it is hoped by all of us that it will be granted this year. 8. R HE Y. M. C. A. at XVest Point is now a powerful institution. It has a recognized place in Corps life and is constantly extending and strengthening its influence. Let us remember that to make it worth while to the highest degree we must keep fresh in our minds and our hearts all that the Association stands for. 9: I! R R. R Z R. PRESIDENT ...... X'YlCE-PRESIDENT .... Slccnwrfxnx' ..... Inizunizmx ,...... Ass'T Sizcnnrixuv Ass'r Inizimicmx .. . .........I.EE, R. H. '12 . . .EDXVARDS, B. D. '1Q. ........ENGI.EHART, 'is ' .................DORST, '13 .. . .ROBERTSON, XV. A. ,M ....... WVOODBERRY, ll-L Q J xg 'D f fi' KH l W YN. 3 T iff 6 r in " x ti 1 PM l c 7' 8 CCORIQING to the chronicler the Dialcctic Society was founded with lit- ? erary intent. but, as most of the men with literary aspirations at YVest Point are usually found, the society prospered not along these lines. From ,fm 1,1 a literary society it gradually became a semi-social organization and - M the membership was increased. But, as a social organization usuallv neces- sitates a little smoking and as this is not regarded with favor. by the authorities, the society was gently but firmly taken under the wing 'of the tactical department. Needless to say this caused some consternation in the ranks of the cluboids and in a short time a few rules and regulations put things on a more military basis. The room was turned into a reading room having on its tables most of the leading newspapers and periodicals. ' A cadet was detailed to see that none of the regulations were broken. This system did not last long and the duty of keeping order fell on the President, a president and secretary being elected each vear by the members of the first class. At present every cadet above the fourth class is a mem- ber of the society. R R Z I 2 I! B! E Z 2 2 Q g ' g HE principal duty devolving on the society now is the presenting of the Hundredth Night play, given on that momentous evening when there'are but 100 days until June. As the rehearsals take quite a little leisure time and as cadets have none of this to spare it is rather hard to get the men to turn out. ER. 2 32 2 A 2 g gg HE dialectic hall was formerly situated over the north sallyport of old barracks and boasted a few hard wooden' chairs, some reading tables and a piano. The hall was most popular on a Sunday morning, after ' a football game in which we had taken a " -FEE " . fa -.li bite out of one of the big four. Class meet- + as 5, 1 ings were held there and in the evening, before call to quarters, little impromptu musicales were often given. In the fall of ' 1911 the site of the hall was changed to the room over the north sallyport of North Bar- - racks. The present hall is about the most elaborate club room that has ever existed at the Academy. It is a large, well lighted room attractively decorated, the hard chairs have given place to comfortable lounging ones and games of various sorts have been supplied. The reading matter has been in- creased, and now we have a room of which any society might be justly proud. Z Q17 ' 2, .. 'ldv ,Q ' -' I Wm W W . -f.-5, -w, . , 'MX Y 5 .YW f. vw r S. . f- A f I ' I A -- f 1 .3 V --.N . J F S runes 4' HE1lNK'IG LEWIS, C. W. JOHNSON, A. B. LEWIS, G. F. fiiggfff JONES, J. W'. JNIARKOE , , X.-A Y Y , JONES, VV. H. llgAc'1AGGERT ' XEYES ' ATIIEXVS ICRAPIYI MCCAIN 1912 PHELYN IJEXYIS, H. B. BJCDONALD, R. D. R YYQEYY BIANNING MCRAE BAILEY RYLERY MARTIN, H. S. BIILLER BARRETT, L. L. . NICHOLAS MONROE ' DAYVYER Y BARTON S Y Y Y Y PALBIER BEXVIXIAN BY YYY TCILLLIUER 1,4 Y Y Y ELBION SCHYYYTZ EIURIBS ORTOL BINGHABI . ' PRUDE REBS .4. 2 1 J. 1 1 BODIYI' 'SIBERT PUTN UI ROOVWOOD ISINLITII, J. N. D f BROWN, A. E. SYOW l URNELI. ROXCE BROXVN, G. L. A IRATZKOFF RXYAN SPALDING, I. BUIILINGADIE . . ROSS SPATZ lI10.MIAS . COOK UI L0 Y SADTLER STANFORD CRABIER, R. V. ,' ' SCIIBIIDT, XV. R. STRATEBIEYER XWALKER DELAMATER XVEAYYEYY SPRAOINS TREAT FECIIET .WYYBUR TOOI-IEY XVADDELL Fox, M. P. vvogm XTAN XVOLKENBURG WVALTZ GILLESPIE XVASII XVI-IEELER GIONSER 1 9 1 3 XVEE KS XVIER GYREENXVALD :XRDREY XVILLIARIS C. F. XVYNNE I HAISLII, BROOKS, P. N. 1915 HARRIS BROWN, J. K. 1914 V A I PIARRISON, XV. C. BULLOOK ALLISON UR I'IOCHW'ALT CANADY IXNDERSON, G. P. DRAYYES HOLLIDAY CIIEADLE BRANNAN G Y HYATT CONSIDINE BROXVN, H. M. OODMAN ' HOUGHTON J. H. JOHNSON, D. CRAIG ISULLARD KYTCHEYS ' JOI-INSON, J. H. CRAXVFORD, VV. WV BURR, J. G. A JONES, B. A. CRUTCIIER BUION, J. F. gIE03QfY IQELLY DANIE LSQN B YRON, J. XV. SERLESA KILNER DTI.'I.OXV CLARK, C. L. TAYIOR V V :KIRK ENOLEIAIART COXVGILL UYSYYYEYY ' ' LINDT, J. H. FALK DOE, J. A. NVYYYYUAYY BIACGREGOR FRANK, S. H. ELLIOTT A A A NIARTIN, J. W. FIII.T.EIl ,Y FOSNES MCLJXNE, J. T. GERSTNER FOSTER L- P- . BIOONEY GIBSON, S. A. GLASS 1. DAXNIELSON NALLE GIEEIN HARRIS, A. R. Q. FOSTER NICKERSON GILLESPIE, J. B. JONETT 3. JMIARKOE PATTERSON, R. E. HAIIDIN IJABIPERT 4. GOODMAN 218 1 W f ' 'W if f 35 Wm! Wim I 1912 1913 BEXNJON D1LL0w BING1-IAM 4- ENGLEI-IJXIKT C1-IYNOWETI-I I-IEIDNER COOK JOHNSON, A. 15. CRAMER, R. V. PERKINS Enwmrns, B. D. Ross FEC1-mfr ' XVILLIAJIS, C. F.. Fox, M. P. 1914 PIARRISON, YV. C. Q2j BULLARD JOHNSON, J. H. ELLIOTT f BICIQANE, J. T. MOONEY NALLE RAYNE1: SNOW XVOOD 219 I'IAllRIS, A. H. LEWIS, G. F. BICCAIN NIILLER, B. A. ORTON PADDOCK REBS 3 W5 HHH! IIEIIDHW ,N 4:11 Ima?-L.,u1 liiillikrzgflgxgl , B ,, "'L.,..fN-""Nt K" Qi I 15 my W 4 K ll It I , L ' X W . :"x WMwr lx ' X, ,mfs N 'lli N -ii,:4l' !4' k f W' V! HHS MINE ,t 5' dj 'X NH , 1u2i'f4 Q X ' IM X .M 1., ' 11f 'I1W w N w w I+ .d m U Ulf!! r 1 I l1 '!, M IC T vw " E Wil' Y! Nix' thi!! N I .4 W-7-E -1' :Ml My Mg I M f H 5553 M 1,,m l Ji , I l 'wwf' LJ! 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They fy took to it kindly and derived some pleasure from the opportunity thus government. ln order to help out the plebes and make their camp life more pleasant the yearlings, assisted by the entire first class, turned out and put up the plebes' tents, carried all the furniture necessary for their use from the quartermasteris tent, arranged it in the tents, planted washstands in place and kept the tents cleaned and ready for their future occupants. It is very gratifying to note the humane tendencies of the class of 1914. Let us hope that the class next year will do as much or more. 2 R. UR, E. R 2. T was pleasant, during the first part of camp, to see some one else getting disciplined besides ourselves. All day long we could see and hear Major Dean and his assistants teaching the plebes how to travel collectively and rapidly, as well as everything else that cadets must know. At times Malony or others would come over in the evening to visit us and, with husky, broken-winded voices, tell of the large quantities of hoodle they had had to confiscate for the use of the government and of various funny experiences they had had with the beasts. Vile were ourselves frequently sent over to assist in the drilling, 'and several new features of drill were thus produced. Hochwalt, for instance, taught his squad how. to come to present arms in three counts. SQ. IQ. S! R 'll B! B D! I R HE weather was excessively warm during the Hrst part of July, especially on the Fourth. The shirt-tail parade in the morning was very interesting to the cadets who took part and to the visitors who gazed from afar. During thevday the fearful heat of the sun, combined with Duke Edwards' fiery address at the exercises, was too much for the new plebes, who had just moved to camp in the mo1'ning, and about a dozen of them were overcome. It was 113 in the sun and no shade anywhere. And one thing that helped to spoil what shade we did have through- out the summer was a pack of hungry worms that ate up the , elm leaves and covered the ground beneath. A tired soldier taking an afternoon nap out by the Y. M. C. A. tent would wake up about parade time with his pil- low, hair and face very well covered with departed worms. The deep-green tint and the acrid flavor of their flesh were objectionable. At night the ca- dets slept under little or no cov- ering. A tactical oflicer, inspect- ing about ll P. M. with a bullis- .eye lantern, discovered Mac- N Z? K afforded to reflect on former services of this nature performed 'for the V 223 ,sw-.Q..,. .,.-,x. . . y Q X., z... -me f 4. ,f:::-:- ', . 4:31-, F1 ,- s lk a, :mg X "X -4, '- fo jujmm ...N -- ' W.,- w1 r-we,-me nw,- A Ta iz I9 l 2 I-IOWITZER .E l i a Q A. ,, .L ' fi? X I ff l 'ia l kv 3,15 -.irrl 1, . :ati A .1 sa f . ..i f gf n - , V T- . -,ii X , 5 ' -5- f -li -Ze. 3 . f 'I .A ' -V 4 . 'T' f .,. 4 2 Q 'f f ff -W If i' LMP, lil' V f. . 1:-w - --'f - . .-.. 4 - I M wr rims - 25 ' I , - ,ft-vii llllgfizgjg -Ld ,.,g-' -alas., 4. p --vxvvh " Gregor in a. very undressed condition. He ordered him to put on suitable apparel, and said, "Don't you know you'll catch cold .V that way?', Mac wiped the perspiration from his brow and answered: "Sir, that is what I have been trying to do for the last two weeks." 82. R R lk' Z E drilled a' large part of the time, and while not actually engaged in drilling we were either resting from the last drill or getting ready for the next. VVho can forget the harassing quest, immed- iately after breakfast, for the neces- sary implements for infantry, voice drill and sword manual? The quills let go of their stuff only when in im- minent danger of personal injury, and then only after citing many in- stances of past losses due to the carelessness of the bucks. lfVe had field artillery target practice out on Mr. Adolph's rock farm. P. M. E., under the command of the detachment of engineers and the five senior cadets, occupied a large part of our attention from 10 A. M. till noon. V The drill itself was, with opportunities to push cadets into the river, not bad, but the return trip up the hill, with no breakfast left to help out, was hard on the young men. But the big drill of the season was road sketching. At first it seemed impossible that we could sit on a horse rearing up on his hind legs and draw, with a broken pencil, the scenery 'for a couple of miles back which we had passed over in a charge led by Paul Revere. Wie soon got used to it, though, and learned to make the sketch while going by. At noon we ate the regulation lunch, supplemented by two or three green apples or a little boodle ,brought from camp. S for diversions, there were polo, rowing, hopping and the old standby-golf. In addition to this, Ma.c- Gregor found time to take swimming lessons every after- noon. Gillespie became such an ardent devotee of polo that he frequently practiced on the wooden horse back of camp, and once got so excited in the game that he got reckless and the horse policed him. The best fun of all was to get out on the river on a moonlight evening after a hot day, or in a. boat, with Malony at the rudder doing nothing while the rest pulled a. heavy stroke. Hopcard Hinemon and others of that nature, of course, spent their time in the company of the ladies. I! I! I! I! 5? Y 1" - - :ea-. J, Q 'fe' 12. ETH E 1 912 'gig g glqgigr I-IOWITZER H HE great event of camp was the visit of Admiral Togo. VVe had long been looking forward to it because we had been obliged to go to daily parades on the big plain and make an extra round trip at a double time. NVhen the day arrived we hurried home from a Friday night artillery hike, put on our Sunday clothes and got out on the parade ground early so as to be ready in plenty of time. How anxiously we watched for the veteran's arrival, with all eyes on the clock tower and one foot in place! And we were not disappointed, for in an hour and twenty minutes he came. Then followed a day of de- P R R, 32. P V B! D 8' S2 R 8' R P lirious excitement. F HE inspector general's visit gave us a w- u 1- X-, chance to see cadet full dress uniform . I . , D- ' mounted. A pair of new green leggins, Ap I :.v ' a pair of white riding trousers borrowed nga,-ig ag, 'X 3, 553 t w. .f, Q from a tae, a silk sash and a plume. Steuben -5? f ' s-Qfi t rq. it .Q , did not like the band, and the Flying Hes- K: ,ig , H ' t , sian left his position on the staff and was 2 gl ' " ay last seen rapidly disappearing in the dircc- - wnxzlrxh ,. R wg l ' tion of camp. Later, "A" company gave a gg N'f' VJ kpq, 4. little private extended order affair. It was '1 H r f-fi" very exclusive. R 2 R K R 2 3 I N N August QSth, the anniversary of our ' ?.,,"3if.:uLHr-A' happy return from furlough, we J- ,X W i ,x 5? , moved back to barracks for the last .,,,t f' ',., I 'in tqyl 2-Lam time. 'Now we can begin t0 get reminiscent " - .""i ' -W .:-. -1 - and look back on the happy, carefree days when we were cadets in camp. Never again will we swarm down to the bootblackls after reveille, never again rush back to the tent and throw laundry around the company street to get it made out before breakfast, or button up a blouse, put on a pair of gloves and roll up in a sash on the way to ranks while the long assembly is drawing to a close. Never again will we enjoy a big boodle fight-and we shed no tears. IQ, R 55 8. K R. K r 926 1? 7 , . ,3 f xv! 1 I fl I 1 , 'ffhff - - N Friday, June Q3rd, the first class, armed and equipped as for war, set out for the state camp at Peekskill. We crossed the 1'iver without mishap, except that in mounting "'f' f . W up Lieutenant Vtiright turned his'saddle slightly, and he fig I ' -ifj, I , H and his mount stirred up trafhc tor a short time in the ini X -p jlifigi ,Q railroad station by galloping around the yards. NVhen we 'X 1147. had drawn up in line, mules and all, in a little enclosure ET " near the road, the commander of the expedition -read the TQ, IJ ' s,, L. 'g field orders and made the dispositions for the advance. j-TJKLN. - V f ' lr The problem was to get into camp without getting caught ,., , - -a problem that has faced cadets many times. Bold and ' f ' ' daring men were chosen as patrol leaders, and started on the road to the left in a straight line for camp, though the mules and Browne, C. J., took the road along the river. E75 R 2 It R 82. W. E proceeded safely until the leading patrols met a farmer who had seen some 'of the enemy pass .by in an automobile the night before. This was a report that needed prompt investigation. WVe dismounted and examined the ground, for signs. There were the automobile tracks very distinct. Something must be done quickly. We were driven to extremities, so we scattered in order that at least one might escape with the information. Two patrols left their horses there and began marching through the woods, but the others braved death rather than quit the road. I was a member of a party that took tothe woods, and after traveling five miles throughytrees, swamps, etc., fell into the hands of three or four hundred of the enemy, who seemed waiting for me to come where'I did. During my trip, however, I ran into one deer, a flock of partridges, two hostile patrols 'and one cowpath that ran in the same direction that I did. Besides, I got a splendid opportunity to study the terrain that grows on the east side of the Hudson. To be sure I was captured, but, although my bolt was removed to render me harmless, they treated me very cordially and escorted me to headquarters with more courtesy than we would show to a visiting prince. Here I met other captives, from whom I learned that Bingham had got into camp by riding in an automobile and that four or five others, making a detour around by the east, had been successful. I also was informed of a disaster that had happened in our provost guard. T. D. Martin was riding Treat, a horse since become fa- mous for his atrocities, and the animal was scared by an auto- mobile. He jumped into a wire fence andfell with Martin, hurt? ing him badly. The young lady in the machine came back and, taking his head in her lap, wept bitterly because of the damage she had caused to T. Dfs appearance. The situation was tense, but T. D., in 227 4 ' f 1 TH E I9 IZ if- I-IOWITZERH ' E - El lliimva his unconscious state, made matters worse by swearing in true cavalry style. He has been regretting ever since that he did not come to in time to appreciate his charming environment. HEN all the men were in and the horses unsaddled we marched into the body of the encampment, where we met Colonel Appleton. VVe were divided up into squads of four or six and distributed among the various companies for dinner. During the afternoon we looked around the camp and talked over things of common interest with our hosts. Besides this, there was a band concert and a ball game going on, so that all too soon it was parade time. We formed in line near Colonel Appleton and watched the ceremony with great interest. The manual of arms and the marching of the men showed careful training and well deserved the applause of the large crowd of speeators. After the parade We marched directly to the horses, where most of us were able to collect as much or more equipment thaniwe had started with. Henry McLean found all his stuif except a horse and a nose-bag, so he made the return trip in an automobile. As we were leaving we turned out a Long Corps yell for the Seventh Regiment, and they answered us with their yells. It had been a very pleasant visit and we all agreed that they were the best bunch of files we had ever met. Vile look forward to meeting them again in the future. B! It I! U! E 228 T JL Irv ff. O begin with, the weather during our -celebration of the 7 1, -1 unpropitious, as for several days the thermometer had in- t n ' sisted on hovering around the hundred and ten mark until -f femmes, kaydets and white trowsers were reduced to a , , s W ' h . . X 5 Anniversary of the Declaration of Independence was most X W al N 11 J ff 'Wgwfxqml state of limp lifelessncss. At the hop on the night pre- C P X I ceding the glorious Fourth, those good trenchermen, who J f 'J if WW '. . L lx habitually CO110'1'G0'2LJCC when the trumpets blow mess call X E X ta b 9 Q 14 ff l 53 for once found it too hot to eat much supper, even pa- triotic iee cream with alluring red sauce, so it must have X.-L y been some hot. H be R 2 R. Us la UL I: lv, HEN at reveille we were awakened by national airs rendered by the band on its march through camp we were, for an instant, bewildered by the unaccustomed music, but the speedy cheering through the tents showed that every one realized that the'Fourth had at last arrived. Soon a motley crowd of drum-majors, dancing dervishes, nautch girls, and just plain Adams emerged from their dwelling places, swinging into place behind the band, and, with much shouting and dancing, made a triumphant march through camp to the impartial strains of Dixie and Yankee Doodle. The parade reached, a large circle was formed and all hands rushed to the center for a grand finale rough-house. It must have been a good show, for a large audience of fair visitors watched us from the hotel windows. Sz 82. R. in lm R R Us Y nine in the morning it was blistering hot and no life could be seen in camp-the weather-worn kaydets having all sought refuge either in a shower-bath or in attempted sleep under the Y. Ml. C. A. tents. But' the decree had gone forth that the beasts were to move their household goods to camp that day, and move'they did, no plebes ever received a warmer wel- come than did those unfortunates. After each had lugged a composite load of a broom, two water buckets, a bundle of bedding, two full clothes-bags, a gun equipment, and other sundries across the plain on that day of unholy heat they reached camp in a state of moist but complete exhaustion. Soon so many of them had fainted that the automobile ambulance and aa couple of stretcher 229 ' ' THE I9I2 1' x qt 'Ls ':.' edge: .. - 525 ' v' nl . . ,nv -H .. I ! M I-IOWITZER squads were stationed in the general parade to rush to the hospital those who fell by the wayside. In is 82, in R be I! I! DQ, sa R It R, LL these performances were but preliminaries to the real celebration which took place on the green in front of the library at half past ten. As usual, the chaplain read prayers, and the adjutant proclaimed anew the Declaration of Independenceg the oration was delivered by Edwards, who not only had a good speech but had good sense enough to make it short. Fur- ther comment on this peroration is unnecessary as recently each man in the corps has received a neatly-bound copy thereofg some said that it was pub- lished at EdWard's expense but this is a base slander, and is indignantly de- nied by the worthy Duke. 82 Us BQ, la 81 H, 9: Z R R E, R. T noon exactly, the National salute boomed out With due dignity and solemnity, and, amidst shouts of "never again" from 1912 men, another Fourth of July had become a matter of history. R 8: I2 I 2, It Q ' ,. if -PM i I A Y iilii M 1554? N su. ig. 'W -vi X M' iff' ' , a . 2 5 4 4 i is , at Hifi 2 5562621 Y, 980 X i 5 lx fl mu X aa 'MTX ' y I Bl Q" QQ'... 2' E 5 C El RGT C' l' AY back in our earliest plebe days we started preparing for our riiie prac- tice with pointing and aiming drills and afterwards with gallery practice. As yearlings we continued the gallery practice and had a little shooting 3 on the range completing the Marksman A course with six men qualified, a very good record considering the unfavorable conditions. VVe saw very little good in this preliminary work when it occurred but when it came time to shoot record in first class camp, we all wished that we had realized its importance and devoted a little more attention to it. I! Z R. R, URING all the summer one-third of the class spent the morning on the range- working hard and always learning. XVhen you see a crowd of cadets leave the nice cool shade around the Y. M. C. A. tent and vicinity, don their dirty, oily clothes, shoulder-their rifles and beat it to the range for voluntary practice, those cadets are interested, and desirous of learning. lt wasn't much fun either, with the mercury threatening to burst out the top of the thermometer and not a breath of the life-giving breeze, to spend the afternoon down there, returning with hardly time enough to get ready for parade. But all this work bore fruit and when the time came we found that all the shooting during the hot afternoon had paid.l: lg EAVING the,Marksman course with seventy-six out of a class of ninety-five qualified we started on the sharpshooter course, resolved to keep up the good work. We qualified sixty-nine and then came the expert course. This was the hardest of all, but strange to say we didn't have as much opportunity for practice as in the other courses. After shooting the preliminaries we went on our trip to Sandy Hook and, on returning, shot for record without further practice. The week's absence from the range told, androur chances were ruined. Out of the sixty-nine only three qualified. VVe are confident that but for the trip we could have had a wonderful record. The work was hard and the gun cleaning no grind, but everyone was interested and desirous of learning. Our instructors were patient and willingg without them we could have done little. Much of our success can be attributed to their conscientious eiforts. R, R. It ll R. R, it R. H. 2. H. R. N the pistol range we tried hard, but with poor pistols and bad horses we could not do much. It was not very amusing, going around that slippery track at a dead gallop trying to stick on, hold back the horse and hit the target all at the same time, and the spectators didnlt enjoy it either, trying to dodge the bullets from the pistol of some reckless gink who devoted more time to his horse than to where or how he was shooting. If the horses had been used for targets we could have done much better, for only a very few of the beasts were fit for the work. In spite of every thing we qualified two ex- perts, a record never before made here. R. R. I lg NDER the direction .r?,g:5:y,,6g:5f:eeg'5Kw-et-.rre--11'-E-'ffs'55?7?f5I:2'Ir:2i,2'EiE:15:5 -:'f.:2:1-2-2 ' V of Captain Mccloskey tum:-" ,WLSIZQ-1' .1 " t"'?5:E2bQf' Q,pf-.JQ'1"-21:fg:5if'7,':- " ,' 54 5'11V""'.1-.-g- , TJ -' 'I . .,wv.....,.,.,s. ---W .-ig.,-,,:,.:.-,L we shot the 3-1nch, ' - ' If.1,If:,7:2I'L'-13:5s3:3:g:::,:,:g:-::.-.- 's,--15,5513-..g:,5"ff-'f H-afiifzzr . an , ,. . 145:34 . the 41.7-inch and the moun- tain Bring at fm-gets y-,je g ', on Cro' Nest. It was our 3:-1,:a:.::.z-551555,-'EW...-'21- fa - 15 . .- - a, my filing WM? Eihesi 51135, fee an HH el' an ms We 01' C' sirous of teaching, and .' 11112-4:-1, we :asv-2 1-1' -f"' L"'Swain-.Fv'f---ff"5.i:':f?1r-ig:.1:ei'vj21---f2i3wr15:'- 'fwfr' -' ' - . - taking a great deal of 1n- g-'J.'-jlifgji I1g,7ggggg.,iefQ ,,, terest in the class, we - -f..sn-,'.-sw e- ,M-ww iw -. L.-ff 4.-. ,N V .-'- -A----s.f.f L ..-M 5 aff.. M m...-H .,--1-r. Ng f1ww9Pf11'.5' sb' ':""":. "" f -4 rx c""'5Hz:w. . 155 - V , f?.w!r.Sl3?e'?g:....-..4..fm' tv' Him-e. .1 ' "1 ' 7'?.ff4r.z.-2933 learned much. R E. R, 23+ l .. 'Q THE I9 IZ guy- ,M -my HOWITZER 1-if 1 E 1 s l SY 6123 .1215 UE "mi Bii 5 E ' 5 - Y ' .ga g lv ,N A L -S - S! ,. , HARDION, NIIILARD, F., JR CIIASE, GEORGE MCC. ARNOLD, ARCI'IIBALD V. IQULDELL, RUDOLPI-I C. DICK, CARL P. HAXIIRTSON, XVILLIAMI C. SAVVYER, CIIIARLES N. XVRIGI-IT, LEE O. MACGREOOR, STEPHEN H. LITTLEJOIIN, ROBERT MCG SJOUXGS, XVILLIABI H. KILNER, XVALTER G. JOHNSON, JAMES H. RTALONY, HARRX' J . BROWNE, CHARLES J. HARMS, HENRY XV. CEREEXKVALD, KARL C. PATTERSON, ROBEILT E. TMTARTIN, TIIEODORE VV. SPALDING, SIDNEY P. HINEDION, JOHN H., JR. BARTON, RAYMOND O. WIIITESIDE, HOUSTON L. GONSER, GUSTAX' J. LEWIS, JOIIIN E. EXPERT RTFLEMEN. SCHNEIDER, FRANK V. SHARPSHOOTERS. CRAXVFORD, DAVID MCL. BODINE, ROBERT N. HAISLIP, XVADE H. RAYNER, HAROLD M. VVOOD, JOHN S. LEE, ROBERT H. LIXD'.F, JOHN H. TVIORRISSEY, NVILLIADI J. SINIITIYI, JOHN N., JR. BROWN, ALBERT E. BAXII,EX', XVESLEY NI. KIIIK, JAIXIES MCDONALD, JOSEPH E. TIOCHXVALT, EARL B. ROBERTSON, XVALTER M. VVALKER, XVALTON H. SNOXV, ROBERT T. LIOLLIDAY, R.ALP1'I C. DE LAJTATER, BENJAMIN F. GIXTC1'IELI., OSCAR J. HAXUSER, JOI-IN N. FLINT, PIARRY A. MARKSMEN. RTCLEAN, HENRY C. BARRETT, LEONARD L. ISINGIIADI, SIDNEY V. EXPERT PISTOL SHOTS. CHYXOXVETII, BRADFORD G. SULLIVAN, TVIAX. VV. SPALDING, ISAAC XVALDISLEY, STEPQHBN M. DUBOIS, BIRD S. EDWARDS, BASII. D. WILBUR, XVILLIABI H. HOBSON, XVILLTARI. H. BENNION, HOWARD S. GILI,ESPIE, JAMES A. HYATT, ROBERT F. CHADIBERLIN, STEPHEN J. PAULES, EARL G. DRAKE, CI-IAXIRLES C. HAYES, VINIIODIAS J. JONES, BYIION Q. GOIIIRELI., EDGAR S. Fox, RIILO P. RILEX', FRANK J. , JR. QBROXVN, GEORGE LER., JR. NIXLLE, XVILLIADI, JR. ROSE, IEDXVARD C. DEAN, WILLIADI FECI-IET, DJALARY TI-IODIAS, PEARL L. CIIIASE, GEORGE MCC. HYATT, ROBERT F. f 232 DI XX h , xr ' ,E X X Q! X 1 . , 04.1 . . X ' Ya' 'E X X xx ai 1 X , N N X Xi ' x Nl m:,.N X XX X VV' Nh, XY S 'sr' Em 12 V g V HIS year the customary weekis practice march at the end of the encampment was abandoned and it 1, in its place we had a one day hike each week, the it y yearlings and plebes with first class officers acting .'i js 2 infantry and the remainder of the first class as My I n .X .. ' .1 I X. . cavalry or field artillery. Of course there are many ardent doughboys in the class, but when . W - they were detailed officers with the foot what a . Y- 'A '- ,- . . cry of woe went up. The marches werenit' long -, ' . is '- nor were the problems involved hard, but to stand aside and let those mounted men ride past, jeer- ing and laughing, that hurt. The camps were far from civilization, so to spend our evenings we held rallies around the camp fire and started' things rolling for the football season. The following morning there was simply the hike back with no problem. E 2. pk. 8: It R. is VERYBODY enjoyed the cavalry very much, no walking and not enough riding to be tiresome. After reach- ing camp and getting our work over we M exist r S sri ' li fx 1 1 fx ' As f 2 1 IW- V ., V, were always ready for supper before it was . prepared. Of course the kitchen detail was blamed, but they did have a dead-beat any- how, for no such duty as ,manicuring Sher- manis feet was theirs. The horses seemed to enjoy fthe night more than we did for, just as the camp would get quiet and sleep :29i:S"f73 ,.,-Q 1,4 1 zf ,b 'fx-1 -,,ff':p , '1S,L,g"'?g.:f?Jf ,,i:, "Lf w ' . .. 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P. beasts. ag an ia 82. 2 Q.. 4" i HE field artillery hikes were the best of all and that branch received many converts. Especially was it en oyed by those who had no lead horse or other fractious beast to handle, but could sit back " ff 233 1 3 V H 5 gy "" 1' L: a n Q ' ""V 5 I ug. if 0 llsl lzw ll Q 'R N I 1. I n-1 E 1912 my 14,9 I-ICDWITZER on the caisson and give advice to others. We encamped at Round Pond and for the first time tasted a really good meal in the field. The captain believes in feeding well and for once all the cadets Were satisfied. After supper there was the usual crowd of spoonoids who wandered off with their femmes, but the majority lighted their pipes and gathered around the captain's tent to listen to his anecdotes and tales of experiences in the service., It was late when the meeting ended, and we retired amidst our saddles and other equipment smelling of horse. The next morning we broke camp and returned around the loop. On the way, Chicken Bill showed much skill in neatly over- turning a caisson into a ditch. Near Fort Montgomery we passed the Dough- boys, footsore and weary. Yes, we gloated. R I: Q R, I: U: R O! OOKING backward the hikes were bright spots in the summer of hard work. We liked them. Q I! la 2 It I! R R Pt R. I! ' 4 1 ,.' . '-' . - U, "' '-, ' L, f X f' 53" ,, ., i?"if 'Af ,f .,,'s,:'1 1, A , -I n 1 v F w c frggsj :se-wa-ug - . ', -V. . ' ,, A, uk , .iiij-gy , 3 gg,-..1'1-Ev J.'!Cvwf"v Q 44. , K fffx.-:il - ,sg u 1 ,, 'YS ,xv-sq' - f 1-' '-'f f ' r' ' -135 --1"'i2- ' i . 'lF?""K5 , if " -2 f ,J il -X r 215-'FW ?"f - i f a" "'f m f' ,. .fx 4. 7 r , lj , . A - , .- , , .-1 .r .K Q . . .. 'C -- t w 2: .1 ' .4 ar.155I1.,M u J E . yl' , ,L r. '- mv' A N, 1 v- S't- . ,. A ' ' 'I . 'I r he Ui' Q QNX ' .fx NNN v'l' .g sd L yi 4 A A t K .al rgmviw.-A. Xu, . it V , ':Z' 'f"'li1,3.K s -- " lr' 3.1, 1 ' ,- 1 -D 3923 1 5 l ,......,......,.b, '. ,N .- A: 9, 4 iv 6 HQ, - f E A . 'fi-' 1- I., llii "" ' ' fm- am- ' Q.. Q .- g :A "' px, .jf . : 3, -I ws, .M A 41 .- lf.. . , ' . gy , . .- e. 5 '-N Y' X ' . ' V ."::'., "" ' - . ' 'Q ,. Il .3 1'i',':35"-Z'-'iv-' ,'. -ri'Zi..Q': ' .L 4- '11 234: I , Q- , ., 'I 9 T fa sw x ' 1 J 4 e J s e X if , N , ? . Q. 9 - sy r , - EPKIVED of June leaves and the tccompanying bieith ot free dom, we went to camp with only the piospect of our Sindy pf' .IA Hook trip to relieve the monotony During the long hot sum ljkJJ1' mer, down on the range, at P. M. E or over in Cullum, ue piped ' Ffxjlvi- those nice cool salty breezes that we knew summeied down 3 ' ff gffj around the Hook. But at last we embarked on thc General Ord A xii i for the trip down the river, a care free cloud, happy to leave YVest Point for a few days. Only one tillllff muied the trip fi' the P. M. E. sandwiches that were pioxided fO1 ou1 dinner 5 Q However, we managed to do away with our disappointment, also 'xs x f g J 3 the the lunches. New York brought back many pleasint mem N L HQ ories, but only a glimpse did we haxe as ue u ent by, and then on down the hay, arriving at the Hook in the middle ot tie afternoon. Of course we were disappointed that there was no sea sickness on boald, but the water was smooth and the old General ploughed through like 1 duck Hitheito, the cadets have enc-amped in the sand with all the accompanying discoinfoits but lucl ily ue wx ere quartered in a barracks temporarily vacant. XYe had two large squad rooms 'ind in 1 short time all our effects were arranged and we were ready for supper 'Ihe meil and appetites were samples of what we were to know during our stay, both immensc HE following morning drills started with the six-inch and 10 inch batteries and the twelve-inch mortars. There was a gum-up some place, fol usually there vms too much haze or a ship within range or the target had forgotten to go out, but perhaps this was the regular C. A. C. system. Vllell, we finally finished our practice and record fir ing without establishing any new records, but we did show the scoifeis that mortars ein hit and are not merely ornaments. Considering the age and condition of the moitars, the EZ, D Y EH, P P 8. P Z 2 P P R. , i shooting was wonderful. H b F N umm. A, l Q I - ' 235 ,.,- . I ., V M x K W . ,Zi T - Miwfg 5 X' lv S Tia. - :fsifzrl 191.5- ,inf ,H-A U Q, A x 1.7 . . ,fi : 1--' Kwk S X nv1XKX,. . fx' lu WEEK Q N N. S -21.1 28 E img Risk -, , krfs fc v - A .1139 1' 1. W YQ XX QI, N, KSE 53 ,-. 'HE QQ! Q if RX N X- N i. , ' 'R 4 rc' ,- - . -5'--:-.ir - 'f' ' 0 . - ?'-FT'L..E:' --4 ii ef.. ' I - " : ' V ,v i. 9 5 ,' 0 ' il 4 51 ' 5 4 - 3.1, Qgifih ii , h Irv, ty -QQ nav l'-ere V' L! H- 11" ff-- ii ti L 5 0 1 'ii -H i Q - -S f .sid J " ' - 19' F' 3 I ' i Q- - - l -1- f- . 3 1 1 V -yi L K- -Zi' -1 if T- . S ' I - 'FT'--ix e -L 5' 'k 4 'r' - 4 , Af RED GLOW' hangs over thc usuallv dec-orous tents of Cam: Demerit and W far 1 l . ' . i a hum ot unwonted lnlarity issues therefrom, while light-hearted feminines I,-QSVXQ are thronging those streets which ordinarily are held sacred to purely 'titifflliifbiiium-ata masculine use. iVhy this startling departure from the mandates of the lhlmiiitsifii E3 Black Book? The answer is-this the last night of camp, and for once If mljincii ' in the year the town of tents ceases to be military and is thrown open, in C, festive garb, to those fair ones who have been wondering all summer what - lies behind the hed ve 'und thu" ' le t 'l V-et" 'l"l 'l ' l tl ' t- ., v b A 5: . cse piuccn site s unci SIIOUL me ues 1 Qxix i i tacmg tents in 1iiystery.M, R 2. 8, E' S! A IR R BY. R ' 'Pl' 1 HIS being then a rare occasion, come with me, O gentle reader Qif K if you have read this farj, and together we will- see the sights of this fx L-D pf amateur midway. All camp is a mass of colored Chinese lanterns and charmino' everfrreen decorations fountains play here and there and add their XX " ' soothingbmurniiirs to the usual sweet nothings floating aroundg altogether, the i l scene reminds one of fairyland. Turning down "AW ' 5 Company Street, we wait our turn and enter the car of the great scenic railway, which is a sure-enough shoot-the-chutes and takes us, under bowers of greenery, for an exhilarating and breathless coast the length- of camp. On alighting we find ourselves in "F" Company's gambling joint, wherein we lose no money, but enjoy immensely the many clever monte and faro outfits 'set up by the Flankers. Following the crowd we stroll down "E" Company Street and enter the canvas maze established under the Y. M. C. A. trees. So tortuous are the turnings and so bewildering are the many pitfalls for the feet of the unwary that you and I are separated, and meet only when we emerge from the labyrinth. Hearing many discussing a ferocious tiger imprisoned in a tent, we push a way through the crowd and in breath- less expectation look over the railing and see no king of the jungle, but an innocent and serene kitten gazing at us through the links of the enormous chain which keeps him from devouring the crowd. XVe are sold, but make the best of it by telling all our friends to be sure and see the "EH Company tiger. In the "D" Company esplanade we find a, shooting gallery, with prizes for those -who may hit the nigger babiesg but as only femmes are allowed to compete, the stock of prizes diminishes but slowly. The Baby Incubator made a hit, especially the Filipino nino, but so many onlookers insisted on feed- ing the little dearsthat the plebes rebelled, arose from their Swad- dling clothes, and this particular side-show was no more. 2 . lg Y this time, we feel the pangs of hunger and betake ourselves to "C" Company's Hot Dog Arcade, presided over by Maxwell, where appetizing puppies are broiled on a fire of coals and, 939 ' ' I . 5.1 , 1 ' 1 L: - , . V J.. Q U -:L f v .i V ' ' ' i s V N 1 IIEI . . . :Eu v 5 . -5 - E! . THE 1912 gig M -wig I-IOWITZER served with hot coitee and sandwiches. If our inner man is still unappeased, we find in the General Parade circus lemonade and roasted peanuts. At this point in our peregrinations we are caught by a stream of people, follow them to the Plebe Minstrel Show and are well repaid for our coming. Dorer and his company of black comedians are excellent! R, R OVV, gentle reader, if you are of the right gender, we may while away a few pleasant minutes in one of the many dusky and alluring cozy corners so plentifully scattered through camp. Your chaperone is just beginning to wonder how long it has been since She last saw you, when we are called from our retreat by the clarion notes of Pug Gonser's cordial invitation to see the girls of all nations in their characteristic dances. Here we are charmer by the graceful writhings and hops of a number of terpsichorean contortionists. HE tacs judging this a propitious moment to clear the body of the encampment of visitors, we 1'epair to the parade, where a gaily decorated dancing pavilion has been erected and where ice cream and the other usual hop refreshments are served. Here we mingle in the mazes of the dance with girls in masquerade attire and kaydets in white negligee shirts and white trow, until 12 o'clock marks the last dance. At this point, O charming reader, we walk out to the Rocks bus and you tell me what a big success the Country Fair has been. R UL R. E. E 'R R R R U! R H, I! R, U! 'X VERY B. S. book We ever studied warns us against anti-climaxes, and to state that it rained buckets later in the night may be to commit one of these crimes, but never- theless such was the case, and we awoke to a morning-after of soggy lanterns, dilapidated bunting and uncozy corners in place of the brilliant scene of the night before. IQ, R, R 2410 l N HUND REDTH H T :,,-. 'r i 2.11 :fi Q,- f 'fl A , xx 5 X EEE? x f-32 5? K fy 94 5 2 4 if 1 . 3 x 233 Q in P YA W R A is Q HUNDRE DTH IG H NmQf ' I-IANKS to the efforts of a large number of cadets and people of the Post, the Hundredth Night Show was extraordinarily good. Most of the credit belongs to Faymonville. For three years he has had splendid training in the production of plays calculated to amuse cadets, and the results which he. achieved this year were such that everyone was delighted with the show. Mac- Gregor, a talented young man, furnished the words for most of the songs. He received his elementary education in- making poetry two years ago when he used to write five or six furlough songs a day. and he has kept in training since then by closing his nightly letter with a short verse of highly sentimental poetry. HE events of the show were a very accurate reproduction of what happened to us during the past year, with enough variations, however, to render them immensely amusing to the onlookers. The plot was very simple. All cadet schemes are, except when complicated by the interference of a tac. In this y particular case a cadet falls in love with a. good looking femme and is hampered by one L. P., one chaperone and two tacs. Bobbie Lee as leading man possessed two excellent qualifications: he sounded off loud enough for everyone to hear the grinds and he isso accustomed to proposing to visiting femmes that he could do it verv naturally, even with a large crowd looking on. Copthorne made a splendid femme to look at but he was. handicapped by a strong bass voice with which he had to respond to Lee,s aiection- ,xg , - 5, 44 , 4. 1- " 1 ate endearments. Maxwell looked 9 a and acted his part perfectly. In , 5 the past four years he has had V- P ample opportunities to study the 'gf-fl "", hi 1 role. The best feature of the play 1' 1 -lpl was the life and action that kept , , F 5332? up the interest every minute. The ' gun scene with Patterson, Gonser Y' .and Malony was hilariously funnv. " , 959 Morrissey, his lank body clothed in '17, the tight green uniform of a bell ,, Vuy. ,J hop, of which the coat lacked three f inches of meeting the trousers, and I Y 2,1 Patterson as a blase telephone A 5 girl, together with Kilner and ' Ulloa. also dressed suitably, cre- ated a wild uproar by their ,furi- , ous dancing. They dashed grace- , 153' fully back and forth across the I stage in all the contortions of a f 1 highly emphasized turkey-trot, Meanwhile, Archie Arnold, back in f -, V W, the seventh row, kept slipping far- t J' ther and farther down in his seat L ' until he was quite out of sight. -'f- and he did not appear again until ' Y " 248 , THE I9 IZ I-ICWITZER 1 I f ' N -'Y J! gtg f . 9 sn ' W' -4 we 1 ll . . . . . 1 v - - l ! 4 X ,lx , A Lg! . fit they were making fun of someone else. Fechet was tl1e chief performer in graceful dancing. He led a high-kicking chorus that he had trained himself. Give him a pair of red tights under ballet skirts, and he can spin around on his toes and perform as gracefully as the imported dancers from Russia. Dean, Snow, Malony, Palmer and Herrick delighted the cadets by their clever impersonations of important characters connected with the Academy. Dean did so well that he forfeited all possibilities of ever breaking into the hospital again. All these young men boldly made fun of the mannerisrns and peculiarities of their seniors. R. Z R. HE costumes, especially those of the lady cadets, were excellent. Several of the ladies of the Post were responsible for this. They de- serve much gratitude for the ingenious means they devised for changing the anatomy of the cadet to make them look like genuine females. The lady who designed the raiment for the royal gun squad must have been especially skillful. Gonser's uniform fitted perfectly and it was made by measure- ments taken from a blue print of his plan and side elevations!! U! R HE music and songs were beautiful. Mr. Egner was ever on hand to help with the musical numbers and to offer advice on numerous points of stage management. His own compositions were excellent and greatly appreciated by everyone. 2 IP R. 52. R. It It Z N closing, we must announce with extreme regret that Pa Vilalmsley has retired from the stage forever. Never again will the Post ladies have to splice gowns to make them sur- round his enormous chest. He made his first great hit as a stalwart savage suffragette, and this year he won still greater applause in the role of an old cadet girl. R. R 2. 2 SYNOPSIS ACT1, Scene 1-"F"'Co. Street, Camp Demerritt, July 1, 1911 Scene Q-Same, next morning. ACT 11, Lobby of Hotel Astor, Feb. 241, 1912. 5' ' -fe ' The Jlaunhrztij lgbt Staff Mooiooi Director- ........ PHILIP R. FAYMONVILLE, 1912 fi . V Book by s'r13PHEx H. MAC GREGOR, 1912, ef'-ix. ,mo RUSSELL 1..,11AxwE1.L, 1912. Songs hy s'r1sPH13N H. MAC GREGOR, 1912. if if Technical Director ........... ........ C l'Alary Fechet, 1912 4, ' 1 f Stage Manager .... ...., C arl P. Dick, 1912 ,f "I g Assistant ......... ........ X V. C. Crane, 1913 1 Property Manager .. ........ Harry A. Flint, 1912 . A Assistant ..,...... ..... 1 tobt. XV. Crawford, 1913 E4 H ""i Q Assistanbt ............. ........... R . Sumpter Bratton, 19141 Chief Electrician .............. .. .,..... R. B. Paddock, 19151 in Scenery, Act 1, by Paul D. Carlisle, 1913, and Leland H. Stanford, 1914- Scenery, Act 11, by John A. McDermott, 1915, P. R. P1-ook, 1915, and C. J. XVilder, 1915 24-41 X6 'il' ,LL gd- . -Lg: I :Qi Ii TH E 1912 i iijs sllliii' HQWITZF-Ri a HSI s JAMES BIRD fa first elass buckj ........... Romsnr H. LEE, P. S. CHE VRONS fa first class inakej XV11.x.1s D. Ciumrizximicoicn, CAPTAIN TACK Qoi' the Infantryj ......... Boiznirr T. SNOW, CORPORAL SPOONEY Qwith aspiratiousj I-IENILY B. C1f112.xnr.E, MRS. ELLPEE Ca ehaperonej ....... Sricri-IEN M. XVALINISLEY, MARJORIE KENO fa eharnierj ........ IXSI-ILEY Cor'r1-ioimit, LULU ELLPEE fwith a fortune attaehedj Russian. L. M Axweu., DOLLY PEACHEE fa cadet girlj ...... XV11.r.mM H. Youxcs, DAVID M. MISSPELL Qa lawyerj ......... W'1L1.1,xnr DEAN, CADET QUILL QOflicer of the Dayj..BAs1L Duiciz EDWARDS, CAPTAIN GLUE Qof the Cavalryj ........... DANA PALINIER, ADMIRAL GOOGOO Cof Zululanclj ........ Sizmxx' H. FRANK ESCORT TO THE ADMIRAL fKing of NVest Pointj C. C. I-Irzumcic, CAPT. SMOLENSKY Qof the Royal Artilleryj 3 Plaiuzy J. MALONY, SABL1 f ..................... GI.ENN' C. K11,N1sn, BOB x B911 Hops- 1 .......... .... N VILLIAJNI J. Monnissmf, 1 1 CUTIE,i Csignal otlieerj ............... ROBERT E. P.x'r'r12nsoN FLOSSY,i' fintelligence oflicerj ........... I-IERNAN A. U1,1,oA, CLERK,H Qdisbursing oflicerj ............. I-IENILY B. C1-mann LT. COL. PILL Qkeeper of the royal innj ..... YVILLIABI DEAN, MLLE. KICKADOR Qof the Royal Russian Ballet Corpsj ' D,l'xLARY F1101-IET, CHILD DAVID Qjust escapedj .............. XVILLIAMI DEAN, 1912 1913 1919 1913 1912 ' 1913 1919 1912 1912 1912 1913 1913 1915 1912 1912 1912 19lQ 1912 1913 y 1912 1912 1919 ' CANNONEERS ............ P,vrT1:nsoN, Gousen, CANADY, GII,I,E1"1'E Femmes, Kayclets, Cits, Footrnen, Iiiaiters. CiOf the Astor Stafj 9 burns XVood Chapin Howard ' Meneely Canacly Gillette Maxwell, WV. S. Murphy Burr, IJ. G. Hanley McGuire Ord Griffith Hess McNair Peabody . Linclh V ililuslnal umhers 1, Aet I. Wallace Vilarren VVinfield WVorsham " 1. Curtain raiser feomposed for the Hunclredth Night play by Mr. Philip Egnerj. 2. 4'That's How I Found IVest Point" ,V 1 ' YYalms1ey, Dean, Youngs and' Lee iv HQ, j 1 3. "Time', . ......,...................... . ..... VVoocl and Chorus ' QL. "Roses" ............ IVood, Crittenberger, Kilner and Morrissey 3 '1 5. "The Dragging Party" ................. Morrissey and Chorus iv f L ,,.., 6. "The Naughty Little Golf Ballw W" '-"' f 1'1" Lewis, H. B., Griflith, Lee, Meneely and Chorus W ' 7. '6Artillery', ......................................... Malony Q S. "Come to the Feast" ............. Admiral Googoo and Chorus M. is rice 11. iff- 9. Opening Chorus ................ 1 ......... Cits and Astor Staff IO. HA Carnival for Lifel' .......... ...Crittenberger and Chorus 11. "A Cadet's Day" ....... ....... li Iorrissey and Kilner 12. HManhattan Town" .................. Q ...... Palmer and Chorus 13. "The Old-Time Duel" ............. Dean, Walmsley and Chorus 14. 'One Hundred Days" Ccomposed for the Hundredth Night play by Mr. Philip Egnerj ........... 2 ...... . .......... Ensemble 2445 x v PM H S . l AA'. Q I y i one of the things we piped most, looking forward to them and anticipating good times in Cullum, when our plebe days should be over, and planning far ahead about the many keen femmes'we would drag. Right at the very start it was easy to pick out who would be our most consistent hopoids but many of them fell by the way- side and their places were taken by others at first un- thought of. An unfortunate love affair, a slug of area- Z AY back in our days of plebedom the hops were many things can happen to take the ambition out of a Kaydet andcause him to shun thethings which at one time he found so enjoyable. But on the other hand, some of our most confirmed woman-haters have been converted into Cullum frequenters-witness P. VVood. it It la Sr. it M In U! HE cadets who attend the hops can be divided into several- classes. First comes the real hopoid who attends theni, all. If HOlZ,Cl1'2Lggl1lgil'16 will go over to listen to the music and to get- that one dance that some keen femme promised him. The feeds have no atjgraction for him, they are merely incidents in enjoyable evenings spent in danging. Then there is he who cares little for anything except the feeds. Alongfibout taps these commence rolling in and are densely packed in the dressing room, waiting for the doors to be opened. Once in the quick lunch parlor they remain there until the doors .a1'e closed or until they have eaten their fill. Then they regretfully depart-not -2 for the l32lll1'0Ol'lT!lJl1t for new fs, barracks, usually dragging H , I I . ". r .ff -.:',Y Q , I with them something for the unfortunate area birds. Then li X3 ' 2 s f ii gf there are manv warm weather i ,4 , ,ggi-E 13-'23Pv?,,215'Z, , " " fl Lv ' limi?-..,' , -4 1 -11111. ll .M,l,lfe3ii3f' hopoids, that is those who on 5 Q., 7 5 A j' X, , a n-ice warm night prefer to W rf' . -' 1 g- ' - - 1' 4,3 H "H jf. A is 43+-- M sit out on the balcon with Bid, is-Q - ig - of grFay:-,vaagrf-.-.,.p2'L , . - . f ' Y' ' ' J' .gs some femmeai ho is willing to 5yy,.C..,,,.LI H 5 forego dancing. delightful 'Je night, inspiring music from. 5 within, a keen femme at his side, he pours :sweet words .- L . 4,61 -, 247 into her ear, falters and is lost. If r WEL-Qs old Cullum's walls could talk we would i V, g li hear of many romances begun on the i balcony overlooking the river, an ap- j propriate place for sentiment. Here comes rl he who is far past the Hirtation stage, i' Q I happy just to be near her in such ldeal 'l Q it surroundings. S! 8: R 2. R, In i F course we have a few confirmed stags who only grace Cullum on ju very great occasions, but these are W the exceptions. Outwardly they may scoff A ' ' and profess to pity the poor weak-minded , hopoids, but inwardly we believe that they would like to be numbered with them, and secretly they envy those who find our hops truly delightful. The great majority of cadets have found our hops to be bright spots relieving the monotony of VVest Point life, and for the enjoyment that we have in them we may thank the cadet girl who does so much to make this life bearable for us. She has helped us spend many a pleasant evening. But she doesn't come just to help us enjoy ourselves-no indeed. Why a dance with that good looking hir. Arnold or that fascinating little Cutie, that alone would compensate for what she has undergone. To these femmes we are truly thankful and we trust that the pleasure they get out of our hops is as great as that obtained by us. HEN the last strains of uArmy Blue" die away on the night of the . graduation hop andwe think that never again shall we dance in cadet gray, we may realize how really delightful our hops have been and we shall all regret that never again shall W ,f"'x ag, we hear ta s brine' to a close a cadet ' Q hop. R R R, 2 Q 2. It 4 if ' 5' as D ' 5 f 25 .31 , . 1 Q YI Ilxk H 5 -5. 1-gg e ., . A ? , . , X , l '-D W ii 5 f'2'3'3'-f-2' " ' -, 1 E 'lt f:-1-615:-as' r- ' - " - I " .i . ....- gawk U. .. . X . A 'Z naem WM' .L,.5.,.,.,,,, N - E X ,SH ...,W:,,-M, ismrm Hows 4 L. N s, ffl i ""' mu 1913: I ' tu...,f I Q15 3 itwft ' ' ' ' , I ' 5 ,, ,. 3 X . J A51 5:56, , out ' . 1 " Iwi -. liffdg ' -"-,. ! 4. 1'.2:, - x' ' W W' A WL - , Q f""'- "' 'ro --sawn. ,wc mix, as .. in Q48 1 '-4 1 f L- Q K, f-..... ll. -- X 1' 12' ,L..,Q'1""C-'3-315:,l - rv- "'.,4,514 ra-rmsLn17'ni.'-V - l U V 4 . IQ lf' 1 1 K XA 1- - 'Q ' 1' 1. f'fi'1-Vg m , 1 i w 1 q , aiatvsouos aan vs tts Am, "Benny Havens." So here's to you, Old Glory Team, Q That downs the strongest foes, You're Benny Havens' stoutest sons, In you our trust repose. On the mountains by old Hudson's shore, Your deeds have been our theme, But victors or defeated men, You're still the Army Team. Cnof-The brave old Army Team, The loyal Army Teamg The ArmVy's hearts, the Army's hopes Are with the Army Team. When you meet the rovers of the seas, And struggle hand to hand, Remember in that hour supreme VVe all behind you stand. Let black recall our past defeatsg The present struggles gray, But victory is brightest gold, That we must win .to-day. Cno.-Oh, the Black and Gray and Gold, The Black and Gold and Gray, Yea, victory shall be the prize, The Black and Gold and Gray. HOORAH FOR THE ARMY TEAM. Air composed by Mr. Egner, Teacher of Music. ' The team of the Army forever make stormy The 'trail of all her foes. 'Gaiust spirit so burning, a-leaping and churning They all taste bitter woes. Hard fight is courageous with our tean. contagious ' ' Thatls never taught to yield, So rise up and roar for a big Army score As the Army Team trots on the field. A Cbandj R fbaudj M fbandj Y Qbandj Ono.-Hoo-rah for the Army Team, It rings from Manila to Maine, And whether in blue or in kaydet gray, VVe'll back that old team to our dying day. Hoorah for the Army Team, The boast and the pride of the' Corps, They fight to-day for the Black, Gold and Gray, Hoorah for the Team. SPELL YELL. N-A-M-E Y-ea! Name ! ! I LONG CORPS YELL Rah, Rah, Ray! Rah, Ray, Ray! West Point. Mlest Point. :AR-MAY Z Ray! Ray! Ray! Rah! Rah! Rah! Rahf! Rah! Rah! Rah! W'est Point! XVest Point! XVest Point! HORQE LAUGH. Haw ! Haw ! ! Haw ! l ! He, he, he, he, - Hi, hi, hi, hi, Ho, ho, ho, ho, Ha, ha, ha, ha, Army ! Army ! Rah, rah, rah, XVest Point ! ! Am, t'Steamboat Bill." The-re's a bunch of Middies down in Mary- land, . Come sailing into Philly feeling mighty grand, ' They do a lot of talking and they get quite gay, ' , . And go saying to each other it's a Navy Dav, . But there's another team from the Hudson shore, . Going to take a whack at that Navy score, And when they get finished you can bet your right hand, That those Middies won't go back to a Maryland. Cno.-Arlny team, coming down the Hud- son River, Army team, a mighty husky band, Army team, you will make the Navy shiver, - And send them on a cruise into the Promised Land. Am, "Loving." C1-ro.-Army, oh Army, yours is the day, 'lhere stand your colors, Black, gold and gray, You will defend them in every fray, right the Navy, tight the Navy, righting the Navy means the Army wins to-day. . SQ XI IX ,KX in I 114 H0 T A TH E 19 I2 'llllga aeliill' W! ZER "'l'hrow Your Arms Around Me, Honey." Am, Big day is a Coming, coming mighty soon, There is sure some excitement on the way, Army mule's a kicking, there'll be some- thing doini, VVe looking for another Navy Day. Oh we're laying for the Middies and there's going to be some fun, If they ever get their bearings they will Go it Star know theyire going some, Army, make it stormy, t them on the run. C1-IO.mGCt vour arms around that ball and -hold it tight, Struggle t'ward that Navy goal with -all your might, Army we are for you, we will make the Navy blue, You can show those middies how to- Hght, fight, fight, Rip away their anchors knock them- out of sight, Army make it your aim to win this Navy game. CH A RGE YELL. Rah, Rah, Rah, Rah, Ki yi ! Ki yi ! Ki yi ! Ki yi ! Ki yi ! Ki yi ! VV ow, VVow, VVOW, Ki yi! Ki yi! Ki yi! XVOW, XVow, W ow, Charge ! ! ! Am, " Steel King March." Armyis sons stand all behind you. Army hearts will ever loyal find you. Army spirit will remind you, Fight forever! Be discouraged never! Down that Navy Team. f Rah, Rah, Rah Qrepeatj. Q60 Ana, "Tipperary.,' WVhen you see that old veteran Army Team Come bounding 0,C1' the ropes, And settle right down to a winning game 'That smears the Navy's hopes, It makes every genuine soldier's heart Fill up with joy and pride That he's of the metal that makes the team And that he roots on the Army side. Throughout this country broad and wide And Islands far away Each heart in blue beats firm and beats true For the Army! CHO.-Army, Army, you're a wonder, You will snow the Middies under. VVin this game without a blunder, for You've got to win, you've got to win! And down that Navy, down that Navy, lt 's for the honor of the Army! ROCKET YELL. S-S-S-S-S Boom! Ah-h-h U. S. M. A. Rah! Rah! U. S. M. A. Rah! Rah! Ho-o-rah ! Ho-0-rah ! Ar-my! Rah! Team ! Team ! Team ! BOOM YELL. Boom! Boom! Bang! VVest Point! QGrowlj Tear 'em up! SHORT CORPS YLLL. Ray! Ray! Ray! Rah, Rah, Rah, Rah, Rah, Rah, Rah, VVest Point ! NVest Point ! W'est Point ! INST.-Mr. Snow, if you were pulling out seventy-ive thousand pounds on this board and another man seventy-five thousand pounds in the opposite direction on that board, and the two boards were glued together, how much stress would there be in the glue? , The Colonel meditates with much deliberation, mentally weighing the pro and con, and finally answers: "The glue wouldn't stand that much stressfy Ixs'r.-Can the Federal Government levy an income tax? HIXRBLS.-HYCS, sir, because an income tax is a tax on all things coming into the country. Cook-'l'he duties of the Signal Corps are to run wireless lines between signal stations. . QConversation between the O. C. and in a list of the guardj. I C1-IYNOXVETII-:ET-CI'-Slliill I make a report of this against myself, sir? 'IAC Csmiling and eondeseendinglyj-Nog that will not be necessaryil will do it. A the O. G., after the latter had forgotten to turn Miss XVAILNER-IXTK-l what might your name be? Xjf. " ' ' f-. M- Row-Mr. Row, sir. .in l fe ':-ss, Ti l 11 l K lKAYDET Qon parlor ear for Philadelphiaj-Gee! ' . -... ,x These chairs are just like the ones we have in the Lg ,j barber-sho J. ' '. . H, J-, I - x f '-W W f Our Basil Duke, a lawyer wise, N! Boned fame while at the gym, 1 ' 5 He handed out an exercise A if W That put him in the swim! fr ' J, N GONSER fto slouching plebej-You're in "FU Company, aren't you? . PLEBE-Yes, sir. GONSER-How do you suppose I guessed it? PLEBE-All the good-looking men are in HF" Company, sir. INST.-What are consular courts? KAYDET-They are courts created by Congress in uncivilized countries to prevent the Americans in those countries from becoming barbarous. ' INST.-Mr. Gonser, what does a cadet usually do when he is sent out on reconnaissance? GUS-He usually finds at quiet place and smokes a skag. ' INST.-VVell, what do those do who are not so much inclined to dead-beat? Gus-They hunt for the men who have the skags. 261 1-f, ' t Iss? gl. ,gig Ym.ilLfrel6uIM. - L.- -.-.EffMfbwm.,.- 3'-S5213 - ., iflhslf-me - ,qi 3 -. fpnlf' L- . X a. - i -K C-ms-f Ennis YC- Af, i .. V,.. .QA..D. 53 f"ff' A X , glad' fa l 'ri ,fncznfwlfrus - vm, ,sf-uD,r......., 1-f sm... M., -mu: flu fvlluhmss hcutnm 72 ig Cmnsgr-11,4 Berwfrf- 774.5 flomax on In Mu'JUNL vhs: IXST.-MF. Hine- Inon, is Fort Putnam an open or closed fort? HEINIE-It's open, sir. INST.+VVll6l'C? HEINIE-At th e entrance, sir. . The Tac upon the poop-deck stood, His face lit up with smiles, Vllhile up and down the kaydets walked For miles and miles and miles. ixlf.. 1 .H H X Mx 4 '-liiQl'? CV Q yi 'P f x Qi? xr 7 Iliff pl imfffa iff' 'ff POST GOSSIP IN 1914. Mus. Youivcs-Why do you always wear that locket, Mrs. Kilner? VVhat have you in it? Mas. KILNER-A lock of Lieutenant Kilneris hair. Mns. YOUNGS-But, Iny dear, Lieutenant Kil- ner is not dead yet. MRS. IQILNER-NO, but his hair has departed. When Si and Chen went out P. S.-ing, Arrayed in tight dress coats distressing, Said Chen to Si, in tones discreet, "Oh, tell me, Si, when do we eat?" CAPTAIN Qto McDonald, at artillery target practicej-Mr. Gonser? N o reply. CAPTAIN Cin louder tonej-MR. GONSER? Still no reply. CAPTAIN Csure of his man, touches him on the shoulder and says, ironicallyj-XVell, were you ever called Mr. Gonser before? BICDONALD qindignantlyj-No, sir. O. D. fto beast on first guard tourj-What is the order of advancement? BEAST-1?0TWV3Td, march, sir. O. D.-Well, what would you do if a tactical officer came on your post? BEAST-I'd give the alarm, sir. UPPER CLASSBIAN frecognizing VVhittenje-Glad to know you-my name is Read. WIIITTEN-Delighted to know you, Read. My name is Gifiin. TAC finspecting barracksj-Mr. Maxwell, what are you doing with a rat trap? MAXWELL-There is a rat that runs ,around the room every night that I want to catch, sir. TAC-There are no rats in Cadet Barracks. Throw that trap away. A few nights later the Tac inspects Maxwell's room about 9:00 A. M. and made a slight noise. Maxwell rolled over sleepily and exclaimed: 'iMalony, there's that d-d rat again." O. G. QTO plebe sentinelj-Who is adjutant-general of the army? PLEBE--Mr. Brown, C. J., sir. O. G.-Who is chief of staff? . PLEBE-Captain Wilcox, sir. 962 X-2 4 .Ames I of 'D . - 7 - I 1 ir ll A. B., 11. One who wearily 5" BRACE, 11. An exaggerated position of "At- plods the area, per S. tentionf' O., as punishment for a v Brmcn, 11. To crawl. l'o assume an erect crime, position. To invite' another to assume a. Aiucix, 11. The courtyard of , constrained soldierly attitude. barracks. An ideal place for an afternoon stroll. B. A., 11. Busted aristocrat. A former cadet oiticer - bereft of his chevrons, responsibilities and priv- ileges. A. B. B-Acne. 1-. To submit an cxplanationg to talk. B-ixeiinn, 11. One who talks incessantly, even between reveille and breakfast. Bxz.xsT. 11. Au innocent and unsuspecting mortal who has just entered upon his military career. BEAsT BARIRACKS, 11. Name applied to that portion of barracks where new cadets hibernateg now almost the same as a nursery. B. J., adj. Bold before June. Fresh. A characteristic of plebes. - BLACK Boolc, 11. Regulations of the U. S. M. A. BLASE, adj. Indiderent BLUE Boox. -11. A book of rules and regu- lations formerly used by the U. S. Corps Cadets. Boxn, 1'. To study. To endeavor to do something. ' -Checkbook. To stop buying articles at cadet store. -Dis. To evade the Tacs and escape W' 53' 'C - . i 1.2-2. skins. -Files. To strive for high class rank. -Make. To seek chevrons. -Gallery. To show off. . -Muck. To frequent the gym for exer- else. Bozvom, 11. One who spends his time in pursuit of the elusive tenth.. Boonuz, 11. Forbidden sweets. Contraband articles and eatables, such as candy, sapolio and red sweaters. Boonuans, 71. BooTL1cK, 11. Pull. Drag. BOOTLICK, 11. To curry favor with. BooTLIcK ALLEY, 11. A street in camp re- served for the Com's own. The confectioner's store. 263 BnowN, 11. A choice tidbitg 1. e., chewing tobacco. V B. S., 11. British Science. The study of the English language. 'Flowery speech. B-nssr, adj. Saturated with B. S. BUCK, 11. An irresponsible cadetg one not endowed with chevrons. An' enlisted man. BUGLE, 11. To keep working aimlessly on a problem at the blackboard until the bugle sounds recall. BULL, 11. The staff of life of a kaydet. Bull Durham tobacco. BUMP, 11. To impinge the anatomy of a person against a post or tree several times in the same place. BUST, 11. To plunge a cadet oflicer into deep despair by depriving him of his chevrons and sub-div job. BUTT. 11. A part of a whole, as, the butt of a skag or the butt of a month. 11. A civilian. One who en- ters the mili- tary service without serv- ing a four- year sentence 1.-ff at West Point. Crrs, 11. Civilian clothes. Co1.o, adj. Complete, perfect. Corn, adv. Completely. Com, 11. He who guides the destinies of kaydets. The Commandant. Corrs, 11. Confinements. Periods of medita- CIT, - A ii i ,tion awarded as penance to cadet ofli- cers and non-commissioned officers. Conv, 11. A cadet corporal. The com- mander-in-chief of a squad. Comunn, 11. One who gives thrilling exhibi- tions of riding at cavalry drill. Cn.-xwr., v. To admonish. To correct with- out regard to the feelings of the victim. DAD, 11. The oldest member of a class. , DEAD-nH.xT, 11. One who cares n a u gh t for anything which requires Q f p h Y S i c al or Ui- F? mental effort. i if A DEAD-B12.xT, 11. To avoid a task I' or duty. To .9 S p en d one's 'E ' .. X 5 Y. time in the IDEAD-BEAT hospital. Dis, 11. Discipline. The science of avoiding demerits. DIv, 11. A section of cadet barracks com- prising sixteen cells. DRAG, fv. To escort or carryg for example, to drag a femme, to drag the mail, to drag one's trousers. Dnao, 11. A pull, for example, a drag on a skag. See Bootlick. D. T., 11. Double time. The habitual gait of a beast. DUcno'r, 11. A name applied to almost any- thing, especially something insignificant. Commonly applied to plebes. QSyno- nyms - Dumguard, Dumjolm, Dum- aiafeey FEMALE, or FEM, 11. The eternal feminine. Fizss, 11. A failure in any recitation or un- dertaking. Fnss, U. To make a poor recitation. FILE, 11. An individual of the male sex. FIND, v. To discharge because of academic failure. ' FLIRTATION, 11. The lVest Point lovers' lane. The rendezvous of spoonoids and mosquitoes. Fone! int. An exclamation of warning. Folmrfvriox, 11. A military gathering. A scene of any sort between two or more persons. ITOUNIJ. adj. Discharged from the service of the United States. FRIED-EGG, 11. The metal decoration, which adorns the front of a dress hat. GIG, 11. See Skin. GIG, 11. See Skin. GOAT, 11. A cadet who hovers about the bottom of his class. GRIND, 11. A humorous effort. A joke. Glzoss, adj. Stupid. XVooden. Lacking in savoir-faire. 1 Guowtev, 11. Tomato catsup. A condi- ment used in the mess hall to disinfect slum. G1iowI.I:Y, U. To blush. GUM-ur, 11. To make a. mess of anything. GFUM'-STICK, 11. An instrument used by a gross individual. 44 HELL-c.x'rs, 11. Members of the Fife and Drum Corps. Those who awaken the slumbering cadets by fiendish music about the time civilized people retire. IAELI.-DODGER, 11. One who attends Bible class on Sundays and shoots craps throughout the week. I'IIVE, v. To comprehend. To catch a kay- det in the act of breaking one of the ten thousand commandmentsethe aim of the T. D. PIUNDIREXITII NTG1-IT, 11. A young musical comedy given by the cadets one hundred days before graduation. IGNORANCE AND Gumnnsiiv, 11. Ordnance and gunnery. IIIMOIITALS, 11. The goats. JULIET, 11. A cadet admitted in July. LAUNDRY-SPIKE, 11. A large pin. L. P., 11. Anything undesirable. A femme whose beauty leaves much to be desired. L. P., 1x To play a mean trick. To string. TJDIITS, 11. Cadet limits on the military res- ervation. The space allotted to cadets within which they must confine their wanderings. MAKE, 11. A cadet endowed with chevrons, privileges and responsibilities. BIAKINGS, 71. The ingredients of a skag. MATI-IY, adj. Skilled in mathematics. Max, -11. The maximum mark. Perfection. Max, r. To do perfectly. NIILAIXIO, 11. Name given to cadets who be- came over-enthusiastic about artillery drill in camp, and, as a result, walked a' mile ol mo' on the area every NVednes- day and Saturday afternoon for six months. Mrssomu NATIONAL, 11. A tune which, when whistled by many cadets in unison, pro- duces rain. MUCK, 11. Strength. NIGI-IT-RIDERS, 11. Cadets of the second class, whose riding formations take place after dark. O. C., 71. Officer in charge. A tactical ofli- cer detailed daily to augmentgthe skin- list. O. D., 11. Officer of the day. O. G., 11. Oflicer of the guard. ORDEIIIY, 11. A cadet on his weekly tour of chambermaid duty. P., 11. A professor. P. C. S., 11. Previous condition of servi- tude. P. D., 11. Pennsylvania Dutchman. A ca- det appointed from Pennsylvania. P. S., 1'. To visit on the Post in order to obtain eats. P. S.-mi, 11. Post spoonoid. PIPE, r. To indulge in day dreams. Puinis, 11. -A fourth classman. A cadet who is annoved, harassed and cruelly treated at Vtiest Point by the rowdies of the upper classes. 1 p P. M. E., 11. Practical Military Engineer- ing, The prize soiree. ' PODUNK, 11. A community of three hun- dred citizens and one policeman from which a kaydet hails. A newspaper. .1 . V.-4,2 -15 ? C , Poticu Poificii. r. To clean up. To discard. Poticixo, 11. The precipitation of a kaydet from the back of a horse to the tanbark. IDONCHO DAY, 11. Memorial Day. So called because it invariably rains on that day. Poor. 11. A cadet in the first section. Poor. 1: To memorize word for Word. To quote verbatim. Poor-nizcic, '11. The private balcony of the, Ofiicer in Charge, from which he reaps a harvest of skins. Pinsn, 11. Predecessor. The forerunner whose shoes we fill. QL7II,T,, 11. A cadet who holds himself re- sponsible that regulations in the Black Book are not broken. ' QUILL, v. To skin promiscuoiisly. Revsnsiz, 11. The opposite of 'cbootlickf' RUN-rr-oU'r, v. fobs.j. To leave cadet limits without authority. ' SAMMY, 11. A mixture of molasses and flies served in the mess hall. SCAVENGE,r'l'. To inherit clothes or other articles from other cadets. ED 5 ' Qi asv . 5 Jffigg .QIS N .Er Sims SKIN SKAG, n. A cigarette. SKIN, 11. A report for an offense. SKIN, r. To report for an offense. Siiix-LIST, 11. A list, published daily, .of heinous crimes committed by cadets on the preceding day. Swo, 11. A disappointment. The sum and substance of most special orders. SLUM. II. A suspicious looking dainty served in the mess hall as stew. Sonuzn, 11. An unpleasant and tiresome function or duty. Soiiunc, ir. To cause one to be bothered or inconvenienced. SOUND-or'F, 11. The' hinnan voice. SOUND-0l"1i', 11. To talk in loud but not nec- essarily distinct tones. Some-n.u,r.1cn, adj. Unhappy. , Sricc, 11. Anything to be memorized. One who memorizes. ' SPEC, 1'. To nieniorize without understand- ing. Sroox, 1'. To frequent feminine society. S1-ooxoin, 11. One who habitually wears a dress coat and entertains the ladies. Srooxv, adj. Neat. Attractive. STEP-oU'r. 11. To make haste. To take up a walk a little faster than a trot. Sci:-mv, 11. A section of barracks. A cadet detailed to act as inspector and chief- chambermaid in each sub-division of barracks. 1 ' Suriv, 11. The Superintendent. The man who keeps the 'earth revolving and puts the salt in theocean. S. O., 11. Special order. , TAC, 11. Tactical, officer. 1'AIt-BUCKET, 11. A kayclet dress hat. ' T. .D., 11. Tactical Department. TENTH, 11. One-thirtieth of a max. IIWENTIIOIIJ, 11. One who would gladly give his all for a tenth. TIE-UP, 1.1. To do anything any Way but the right way. 1 TIE-Ul', 11. A horrible botch. A mistake. Touns, 11. Punishment awarded cadet pri- vates. Afternoon strolls in the area on Vtiednesdays and Saturdays. 'I'UizN-BACK, 11. A cadet who has been turned back to join the next lower class. AVALRUS, 11. One who cannot swim. VV 11.r.APUs-wALm1'Us, 11. A steam roller. W'ooDEN, adj. Devoid of intelligence. Prone to grossness. VVRIT, 11. A written recitation. STEAIRLING, '11. A cadet with a horrible slouch. A third classman. PROMOTION BE LESS SLOWg MAY THE COUNTRY IN HER HOUR OF NEED 4' 1 BE READY FOR THE EOE: MAY WE FIND A SOLDIERS RESTING PLACE BENEATH A SOLDIERS BLOW, 3 WITH ROOM ENOUGH BESIDE OUR GRAVE FOR BENNY HAVENS, OH! AY THE ARMY BE AUGMENTED, OH! BENNY HAVENS, OH! OH! BENNY HAVENS, OH! WITH ROOM ENOUGH BESIDE OUR GRAVE, FOR BENNY I-IAVENS, OH! X 7 I W 4'- ., Y 4 tE4'41- 4, 'fv..'. 'N '45 " 1 . 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" iii IKDNZES M0 0BJr3CT59fAm' 1 Q' 2- -fm. . L A J 4 A fi-X2 I 1 !5f!1Of'f5 fo PHILADELPHIA ARE IN- M f P .- 23 ' If VITED TO INSPECT THIS UNUSUAL E5 -- -K., -. A I T -MT' TABLI-SHMENT AND TO EXAMINE. THE. 7- Q A 5 STOCK FKEELY AS A MATTER OF IN N sgffg, 4, TEREST, IN DEPENDENT OF ANY DE' ' 5 f' , I 4 - ' 141' . ,' ,,1l55w45'yf, A M MHA MX . I - I S EM KL SIM. TO PU KCFIASE mil l im i ' H N ' X ' H9 32 - .5 fffcg '2 0122 65 fr I7 Z1 ft ff'66Jf . 1 gi I Sf' I I I - P HI LADELPHIA - . . , - Q' 'ff J ,ff ' sf- ff -I .37 -VF W X ' a 5 . f - A gr, 5 Q-Qwfff. " -I:-e:',,5A,w' K I - ,544 ,X 3. -.QW ,..,, -:P-Ka-pf' -qw' . ' Vf,- , 1 , . g f"fT 'fNf--W? Lf :.,:w2x,,,,k-ZTIQLT1.. vrwrrvt s X ---' Q: i:.f-v-,z,-,rfffx--,. ff -NNY L VVhen writing to advertisers, please mention The Howitzer. s THE HONNITZER ADVERTISER um - - ,, , , ........,.......-- ' .. ., 5. 5 5 . .V . . . '-'- 5 1 . 5 - . . . .. Af,. 5 ,..,. ,, .,,.. ... . .,,..W . 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This Company has designed and 5.3 jp' If Q f: .q1i3't'5' manufactured Rings for a number of the Classesf .. if 4 ff -1' ' . . . . . . . -fgi' ,tj 'M A 5547. 19172 Class Ringx miniature size, designed as engagement ring. ,Q 3.1 HU I 11.5. l May be set with full-cut brilliant diamond CAD, sapphire or 5 'l ,if N in l I other gem surrounded by diamonds CBB, or semi-precious r JIJH pp gg Q. stones as desired. Prices upon application. ' . 9 -5-if 5 l - 'E EERE ,, 5548-5550. Brooches, crossed rifles. sabres or cannons. Any numer- '1 VF fl 35 lQll?44w'f-Nil? als may be substituted: i ' ' , 5551 1 5545 5549 555o' .fa il 1 ' 14-l t. old ...,... QPF 3 5:75 4 Silxier-gilt ...... S10 S1 81.25 :,--"- 1. z 1- 22 H v L . . . . it .X --1 5548 furnished as scarf pin if desired. 5, 5 - Vg, I Illustrations and Prices of Other Novelties Mailed Upon Request " el . 43 i ' ' ' ' Designs and Estimates fo1"Speeia1 Presentation .' f 'Y A W Pieces furnished without charge or obligation. ' W 'f Y-51:2-55: 52, l 5 - . fl p ' Stationery ix 5, " X ' 'I 3,2 , Samples of Paper and Prices for die-stamping, 5 1, 4 t' . 'Q had 5' embossing or illuminating from Class Crests ' 7 1' X.. E or the Academy Seal, sent upon application. 5, '- , s y Prompt and careful attention given to Orders by Mail. 4.3 I QI 1 ,N E l k if 1 , , ,. 5 , 1 H , V , L ' -Qs, -.Q I Z, ww 5 . , P 2 554s 4. 5549 5550 : U- Qi? X XX lkk- X M M Y X-,, ' - 5 1 . , . - , A . 5 f R f r ek I. . - L , -55g42:3gfggi'qf, .,.. ls ..,qfg5Sz,9:l7,555?f5yn54 pw., 1 , Qugsgywi ' ' W lt d .-,v . '. J zz.. - ,155-f.,, 5J57" gj:2:-Vw ', . . ' -' A ' . --5""L . ' ' fi . . ' 52" " .. .2 .. -.54- 551. 'V ' , -1 . w . , H Q iq i'f-- A S . - . -- - . . . A - ' " - iefszt x YNhen writing to advertisers, please mention The Howitzer. iii THE HOXVITZER ADVERTISER The Chas. L. illard Co. Coffege .E7Zg'7'd'U67A.Y and P7'z'71fe7'x CLASS DAY PROGRAMS - MICNUS - EMBOSSED STATIONERY DANCE PROGRAMS, ETC. Printers of the West Point H0zeJz'fzser 156 FIFTH AVENUE, NEW YORK XXI t gt 1 t ll t 'll II t THE HOXNITZER ADVERTISER if f lag L . Mei r if af C, , S K , . - I L- . 1 ,A Q. ' - - Q , ' T was , -- ' TK "' -Xflf"f' V TAYLOR IT Means it's the best Athletic Article you can buy. BASEBALL, POLO, FOOTBALL, LACROSSE, TENNIS, BASKETBALL, FENCING, SOCCER, GOLF, TRACK, HOCKEY, GYM SUPPLIES. ' Y ,, - Q' ' A ff? ATHLETIC TUPPLIEJ' REGYD PAT. u. s. orifice Ours is a well-earned reputation for making First Quality Athletic Supplies Special Prices to Army Posts. Send for 120-Page Picture Catalog, Free ALEX. TAYLOR 8: CO., ATHLETIC OUTFITTERS ' 16 EAST 42nd STREET Opp. Hotel Manhattan NEW YORK .T ' A i 7 'N ff WE WT, T ,wma T wir T T V ' T - r i 6 rr' , A rr'-eww.. .,... 4 ' 5, ,, .,,, -, ,,.-ti, ,fit 1-,- .. .1 3' ,g A U Q, : ' - - T T ' T T r , T A it - , ' - ' . - - When in New York use us for headquarters, leave your grips here and say HHello." Don't forget. V'l1en wrt 1g to advertisers, please 1 ntion The Howitz THE HOVVITZER ADVERTISER Will Greet You Everywhere A?Q,!i?Q?ZQZZ'5 BOTTLED ONLY AT TI-IE SPRING, NEUENAHR, GERMANY The Spring from which the Whole World Drinks E. B. Sudbury 81 Co. ENGLISH WCOL AND FABRIC lhnniizrg sinh 651111125 "Castle Gatei' and "Vulcan Heel and Toe" Hosiery Also United States Army and Navy , The Army Mutual Aid Association ORGANIZED 1879 An Association of Army Oflicers furnish- ing prompt relief to the families of deceased members Total amount paid beneficiaries to january lst. 1912 . Sl,934,806.87 Cgntractors ...... Rates of insurance. one-third less than those of 343 BROADWAY NEW YORK Insurance Comljames Managed by Army Ofncers without compensation Membership includes over I,500 officers FACTQRY-ukeston Derbyshire Apply to Post Adjutant or Surgeon for application it blank and printed information, or write to the WAREHOUSE - Nottingham' England Secretary, 504 Colorado Building, Washington, D. C. When wrt g t d t pl mention The Howitzer. THE HOVVITZER ADVERTISER A. G. SPALDING 8: BROS. The SPALDING Trade-Mark QPLDING me 1? Q o ss gpimmg is "q v DEINV- I 'U.S. PAT' IS known throughout the world as a Guarantee of Quality are the Largest Manufacturers in the World of Official Equipment FOR ALL ATHLETIC SPORTS AND PASTIMES IF are interested in Athletic Sports you shoulcl have a copy of the Spalding Catalogue. It's a complete encyclopedia of What's New in Sport and is Sent free on request. A. G. SPALDING 8: BROS. A 126-128 Nassau Street NEW YORK 29-33 west 42nd Street' BEST FACILITIES FOR SUPPLYING BOOKS AMERICAN ' ENGLISH FRENCH GERMAN ITALIAN SPANISH Catalogues Free. Correspondence Solicitecl AGENTS FOR THE COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY PRESS Lemcke 8z Buechner ESTABLISHED OVER eo YEARS 30-32 W. 27th Street New York STA DARD OP. Malt Extract For Bakers, Use I Manufactured hy the MALT-DIASTASE CO. 79 Wall Street New York 'Free Booklet on Request. wh tgtdt pl fT1H'f. THE HOXVITZER ADVERTISER Grocers 43rd Street Madison t Fruiterers . M, I Vanderbilt Avenues e,s. .. ,ff-W"'1'1bf1'iiii' Af ,RigiiiO NEW YORK 5 X f f 2 1' 'il' f Gift and Steamer Baskets Swe e- . Our Specialty TRADE MARK 1 W' High-quality goods at reasonable prices Military Uniforms and Equipments of P' every Description For Catalog, Prices, etc. address THE M. C. LILLEY Sz CO. 313 Townsend Bldg., NEW YORK or, COLUMBUS, OHIO BORSUM'S METAL POLISHES Paste, Liquid, Powder, Soap, Polishes for ALL Metals Borsum's "Putz Liquid," "Putz Pomade," "Putz Soap," "Wonderful" Liquid Polish, "Kaiser" Putz Pomade, "Royal', Silver and Glass Polish. I WRITE FOR SAMPLES BORSUM BROS. SOLE MANUFACTURERS NEW YORK CITY NEW YORK , ' r Yvheu writing t Cl 'C pl t Tl H t ITICH ion le OXYi Ziff. THE I-IOWITZER ADVERTISER Type CC 6 pole, 300 kw. 1500 r. p. m. 125 volt direct current Condensing Turbo Generator Sets, forward dynamo room, U. S. Battleship Utah. Photo by New York Shipbuilding Company. Q URTIS TURBO GENERATOR SETSW FOR MARINE SERVICE Four of these 300 kw. turbine sets constitute the standard generating equipment for the modern Battleship. Every equipment of this size, now in use in the U. S. Navy, has been furnished by the General Electric Company. Curtis Turbines are furnished in all sizes for naval- and merchant serviceQ Further information on request. -1- GENERAL ELECTRIC COMPANY ' 03231 Largest Electrical Manufacturer in the World 3231 P1'iIlCipal- Office: SCl'll'l6CtaCly, N. 'Wlien Writ g to advertisers, please mention The Howitzer. A THE HOINITZER ADVERTISER AROUND THE WORLD WITH HEADLEY 8: FARMER TRUNKS 111 Our trunks make the circuit of the globe and arrive at the starting point in ' serviceable condition-because they are BUILT RIGHT. We make a specialty of baggage suited to army requirements, including our celebrated Regulation Officers' Trunk. I-IEADLEY 81 FARMER CO., Newark, N. J. I a s It V WUPER Q 3 q Q , ' ISKEY X 1 Not merely local but National even International, is the wonderful ll f m cl l rt f nh I W HARPER. X a e an popu a 1 y o e , , " Vx PI all ....... , ' , ' Wherever you go you will find "Your Uncle Duclley"-HAR- PER is there before you. In Panama andthe Philippines it is the leader. And why? Because- I HARPER IS BEST VVhen writ g t d t pl mention The Howitzer. THE HOVVITZER ADVERTISER ammeyer Stamped on a Shoe means tzmdard 0 eri 6THAve SKZOTH St. NEW YORK CITY Boots and Shoes Of All Kinds - FOR JERUICE .HND CIUILIHN WLUEHR SO-Page Illustrated Style Book Mailed on Request Y X X -'A'e N 1p. Q'7',f4,,1 V f '. 7 4 'fee 33 X ...I 1 lefj I X :h 1. X, -N :gr,4xXXi,xQ1V..Xx::'k lc' . I .N - Y- X, -gh X N R X X X5 4, 'X XE, Q, 51 'R X. X5Q E wk. Ai- :RAR , " 'QE X k PXQX. XL v 1' ' J W Wh. it c ,y ' - ,ff ei X v ' ici .. ' H NX ' ' -if A I ' x P p - ?ffT":." M me We """"au...u . 1 XX 1 g d pl ThH THE HOXVITZER ADVERTISER The OX HAT W ig, X S Xi - . an S ' swims 4 E S l' iEIlllllllIIlllllll f , yy z- I 1. :N X 3 W N 'i KNOX?f' NEWV YORK1 ls universally recognized as the y which all others are judged Standard b 52 FIFTH AVENUE P 196 FIFTH AVENUE Cor. 40th Street Near 23rd Street 161 BROADWAY Smger Building When writ g t cl t pl mention Th H t TI-IE I-IOWITZER ADVERTISER Life Insurance for Officers OUR GUARANTEED LOW-COST POLICIES AFFORD MORE INSURANCE FOR THE SAME PREMIUM THAN PARTICIPATING POLICIES ORDINARY LIFE 20 PAYMENT LIFE ENDOWMENT 111 The Premium Reduction contract of The Travelers Insurance Company offers all the advantages of participating contracts, with guaranteed values and results in place of indefinite dividends. Eliminating all speculative features it affords the choice of two options. First:-A GUARANTEED REDUCTION IN PREIVIIUIVIS Y after the first year in excess of the annual cash dividends heretofore offered by participating companies. 35 , Second:-If the insured pays the first year premium throughout, A SPECIFIED YEARLY INCREASE IN INSURANCE. This Guarantee exceeds the paid-up insurance additions heretofore granted by participating companies. . We offer in connection with this policy a Disability Contract, under which the Company continues the insurance in force in case the in- sured becomes totally and permanently disabled by accident or disease. This contract in addition offers the insured avsource of income during such period. ' f 111 These policies will be written for officers at civilian rates. , CII One-half the amount of the policy will be payable immediately on official notice of death from the ofhce of the AdjutantaC1eneral without waiting for formal proof of death. 111 Premiums mailed from oreign Posts within the 31 days of grace will be accepted on arrival at I-lome Oflice. ' ' The Travelers Insurance Company OF HARTFORD, CONN. S. C. DUNI-IAM WM.'B. PHELPS, Manager 'President Albany Trust Co. Building, Albany, N. Y WVhen writ g to advertiser pl t n The Hoxvitzer. THE HOVVITZER ADVERTISER I T ,STUDIO X 1546-1548 BROADWAY NEW YORK STUDIOSAT VASSAR COLLEGE SMITH COLLEGE MOUNT HOLYOKE COLLEGE THE WEST POINT HOTEL qunaef New Managememy OPEN THROUGHOUT THE. YEAR Terms: 5153.50 per day Wh rgr d r pl t T1 H t THE HOVVITZER ADVERTISER i"MORSE" TOULS are used extensively by big con- cerns that make a specialty of high grade Work. They malce good anywhere. We guarantee all tools marked "lVl0RSE.', Carbon and l-ligh Speed Steel. TWIST DRILLS, REAMERS, CUTTERS, ' CHUCKS, TAPS, DIES, TAPER PINS, SOCKETS, GAUGES, ARBORS, MAN- DRELS, ETC. Y Our catalogue of 350 pages is a valuable bool: for reference, or for ordering goods. It costs you only a postal to send for one. Morse Twist Drill and Machine Co. New Bedford, Mass. I.. - Q' 'K ,s is ' if i 1' ' f 1 Q -Q . f ff x, 'Q K z-, R,- R. I.,,lV,N. X in . . ix . ' 4, wwf b,,:z.w: i .- g , , REG. U. S. PAT. OFFu "Name on Every Piece" Lqyvyfzys REG. U. S. PAT. OFF. CI-IOCQLATES Good for Gifts Good for Girls Delicious Yet Wholesome HEY are made of the choicest ma- terials the market affords combined in their pure, natural state to taste as they should taste. The Walter M. Lowney Cornpany BOSTON WVhen writing to advertisers please mention The Howitzer, THE HQVVITZER ADVERTISER TI-IE SCRIVEN UNDERWEAR News should BOOM from your 'E HOWITZERS, as there is ever ,, 3 . y Good Underwear Feature emhodled A in the SCRIVEN MAKE. Why fail? AZJMHWWZ not enjoy the comfort to he had ln ' wearing these garments? A tt J' You TAKE NO E, - fitwtm Q5 A CHANGES QB ffm 5- V As We Guarantee muspam MAIEE IN JEAN, NAINSOOK, Satisfaction Q: W X '5ff,EQ'8fQfjD81YS'CAMBR'C' ALL SIZES, zs to 50 in. waist F ss.Q yr LEG LENGTHS, zsts sein. -QELL m y ll You CAN BE FITTED DIRECT FROM ig f Q'EE'E X STOCK mr' 1 ,ff -L ful . . . - M 1 Q I Insist on gettlng Underwear Wlth the qw Wb k vi SCRIVEN' STAMP on EACH V 'EQ l xii ft GARMENTg that is your Guaran- tty , X tee for WORKMANSHIP, HT, l X X I COMFORT and DURABILITY. ' NW ' 2 ' Our Illustrated Booklet describes the numerous styles A X XX and qualities We make, and will he sent on request. , A 0' X . , fgzyifjgfn W J. A. SCRIVEN COMPANY X 1RKsE'MAnMEf,.U.s15q7?! SOLE MANUFACTURERS fOZm40Wff ,I6 and I8 East 15th street New York City ' XXI " d 1 ll H THE HONVITZER ADVERTISER Charlottesville Woolen ills CHARLOTTESVILLE,VIRGlNlA Q J? MANUFACTURERS OF HIGH IGRADEEF UNIFORM CLOTH- For Army, Navy, Police and Railroad Purposes AND TI-IE LARGEST ASSORTMENT AND BEST QUALITY OF CADETGRAYS Including those used at the United States Military Academy at West Point, and other leading military schools of the country ui rg dt pl rThHr THE HOXVITZER ADVERTISER 1- Our latest origination - the ' OVER-LONG " Cape- One which has already intro duced us to new patrons t many army posts. QV Ml Write for description - CIPOLARI at COMPANY 1- Tailors---- MILITARY CIVILIAN To Officers of the United To members of the Army States Army ancl of the and Navy, Yale and Ra- National Guard. quette Clubs. 225 FIFTH AVENUE NEW YORK I repectfully beg to announce that I am continuing my former business under the above name and at the above address. I still have charge of all the manu- facturing-I STILL DO ALL THE DESIGN- ING MYSELF. JOSEPH CIPOLARI Olrvnta Enlanra SOUVENIR VINTAGES " The Standard Wines of California Used at the West Point Army Established i885 Telephone, 752 Beekman elle W1 is I'I. Rogers WHOLESALE COMMISSION DEALER IN AND SHIPPER OF Messg the Army and Navy Club, Washingtong and by Fresh Fish, Lobsters discriminating p e o p I e the country over. Oysters and Clams - 0 I New York Office and Salesroom 1 0 WEST 33rd STREET ELMER DePUE, Eastern Agent 24QFULTON FISH MARKET NEW YORK When writ g t CI t 11 . mention 'Il H t THE HOXVITZER ADVERTISER FIELD INSTRUMENTS ' FOR CIVIL AND MILITARY ENGINEERS I PHYSICAL LABORATORY 'TA APPARATUS I l -STANDARD WEIGHTS ' . AND MEASURES ' ACCURATE THERMOMETERS Latest CataIogues sent on request W. Sl L. E. CIURLEY Troy, NY. BRANCH FACTORY - No. 315 MARITIME BUILDING, SEATTLE, WASH. When writing t d t pl se mention The Howitzer THE HOXVITZER ADVERTISER El EI Edward A. Nelson MERCHHNT THILOR 35 Market St., Poughkeepsie, N.Y. Special Discount to Cadets EI The New York Army Headquarters THE HOTEL ASTOR is just across the way from Ubin? Starr I which provides Every Clothes Furnishing and I-lat Need f Q for Particular Men WM. VOGEL 6: SON Broadway at 44th Street x flVlail orders promptly hlledj g.....o.-0.4..Q.4..g........g.....g..............g..g..g..g..... c--o--o--o--o--n-.n..o..o......................................,.., CHARTERED AUGUST I7, l907 The Citizens National Bank of Highland Falls, N. Y. County Depository and Principal De- pository for the POSTAL SAVINGS BANK AT ' WEST POINT 423' interest paid on time deposits Always ready to afford all facilities to our patrons consistent with good banking principles SAFE DEPOSIT VAULT Bank Open Wednesday Evenings lVl1en x t g to advertisers, please n tion The Howitze THE HCDVVITZER ADVERTISER The best antiseptic for purposes of personal hygiene LI TERIK Being ediciently antiseptic, non-poisonous and of agreeable odor and taste, l Listerine has justly acquired much popularity as a mouth-wash, for daily use in the care and preservation of the teeth. r K' As an antiseptic wash or dressing for superficial wounds, cuts, bruises or abrasions, it may be applied in its full strength or diluted with one to three parts water, it also forms a useful application in simple disorders of the skin. Y ' In all cases of fever, where the patient suffers so greatly from the parched con- dition of the mouth, nothing seems to afford so much relief as a mouth-wash made by adding ateaspoonfulof Listerine to a glass of water, which may be used ad libitum. As a gargle, spray or douche, Listerine solution, of suitable strength, is very valuable in sore throat and in catarrhal conditions of the mucous surfaces, indeed, the varied purposes for which Listerine may be successfully used stamps it as an invaluable article for the family medicine cabinet. A special pamphlet on mouth hygiene may be had upon request. LAMBERT PHARMACAL CO. LOCUST '2l1f3Lf,'Q,'f2,'f'f,fgfIRsTSTSi l THE . Bllckensderfer Aluminum ' I Tl.. - 0 ,, HIGH GRADE Typewrlter Lowrance ff 3 'T' Built of Aluminum and Steel , F , .,,f - 4: A , Export and Domestic I it- IM -. ft ' ef ' -..' " "tef The , ' ' ' Francis T. Witte Hardware . T Om an lmprovecl Model No. 6 C P y There is no substitute for the uBl..lCK" in preparing Warrants, Vouchers or Correspondence. Carbon copies of all work can be Chan1berS Street easrly taken and kept for future reference. For the Army Ofhcer, where space and weight count for so much, it cannot be equaled. - New York ' Visible writing, interchangeable type, very compact, strong and durable, weighs only 5 D0lII1dS. Bliclcensderfer Scientific or Universal keyboards. Phone: 601 5 Barclay Send for Catalogue A 60 - The BLICKENSDERFER MFG. CO., Stamford, Conn. ' ' Wllieu writing to advertisers, please mention The Howitzer. xxi TI-IE HOXNITZER ADVERTISER TYLE and QUALITY in Headwear are represented to their fuIIest perfection in I , NONE umm HADE The smartest, snappiest and most favored mocIeIs for all seasons AGENCIES IN ALL PRINCIPAL CITIES TEN STORES IN NEW YORK CITY Lucilius Moseley TOGGERY SHOP I-Iigh-CIass IVIen,s Furnishings Moderate Prices I have on hand a fuII Iine of EARL 6' WILSON Shirts and CoIIars 33 MARKET STREET POUGI-IKEEPSIE, N. Y. Opposite the Nelson House Jno. C. Wineman 8z Co. IVIERCI-IANT' TA I L O R S Leaders of StyIe and Makers of the Best Grade of CiviIian Dress f Q 914 F STREET, N. W. WASHINGTON, D. C. FHMDSDQHNGO-I Merchant Tailors and Men 's Furnishers Evening Suits a SpeciaIty Special Rates to Army Ofhcers and Cadets Main and Garden Streets POUGI-IKEEPSIE, N. Y. VVhen wrt g to advertisers pl mention The Howitzer. Tl-l E I-IOVXHTZER ADVERTISER - Makers of Military Gfiieers' Trunks and A Suit Cases NEWARK TRUNK Co.i5ExE53R45t51i2 IT IS ACKNOWLEDGED by the highest authorities on the value of food products that bread is the most important article of man's diet. But bread to be healthful must be good. Good bread-the kind that mak,esa man hungry-tempts him to put his teeth into it- nourishes and satisfies-can be made only by perfect fermenta- tion. Each tiny particle of Hour must undergo thorough disin- tegration and fermentation. Perfect fermentation is supplied byFLEISCHMANN'S YEAST -the perfect leaven-the result of nearly fifty years experience in yeast-making. Bc sure the bread you eat is made with Fleisch- mann'sYeast. Sendforournew Recipe Book-Free. THE FLEISCHMANN CO. 701 Warhington Sireel . Nzfw Turk l-lave You Tried Them? llillillg THE FINEST BUTTER MADE L. B. Miller St Son New York When writing to advertisers, please mention The Howitzer. ' THE HOXVITZER ADVERTISER GEORGE WRIGHT GEORGE S. STURGIS Extablisked 1833 HATFIELD 81 SQNS - Tailors -- and Importers Makers ofthe Finest Uniforms and Leaders of Styles in Civil Dress No. 12 WEST THTRTY FIRST STREET Telephone, 1737 flffadison Square NEW YORK - UN J DQ Ahk zgs Geo. T. Keen 41 A... .. QS H lncorporatecl - gig? V E . T31lOIS 'CAC' l" Made on Honor as E. A. Armstrong Mfg. Co. 434-440 South Wabash Avenue l 3 l O F Street, N. W. Oppgfiltgfffgmum I Washington, C, Makers of the FINEST UNIFORMS and EQUIPMENT for Officers of the Army CATALOGUE FREE When writ g to advertisers, please mention 'Il II t THE HGVVITZER ADVERTISER Wm. I-I. Horstmann Company Factory and Salesrooms Fifth and Cherry Streets, PHILADELPHIA Superior Grade Uniforms and Equipments FDR OFFICERS OF THE U. S. ARMY ' New York Office, Special Terms to the Graduating CIass FOUTIII Avenue Sigmund Eisner Lippmann ,Manufacturer of Wholesalers of I Cfothing, Uniforms FRUITS AND? Auto Clothing. I VE? ETABLES Bath Robes OF ALL' VARIETIES RED BANK, N.ij. X I Factories: Red Bank, N. South Amboy, N. 1.9 U The Center of the PrOduCe'Center if Ffeeholdf N- J- 338 and 340 Washington Sr.,NEW YoRK New York SaIesrooms - I03 Fifth Avenue i Established 1380 - When writ g d pl 'II II THE HOXVITZER ADVERTISER WI-IEN IN NEED OF , 7 M E, . .. .E ..,. A , 4 ., g""" 'IJ ' "", Ia! vmsvlis for steam, water, gas, oils and the like, the highest degree of efficiency will be obtained by installing the GENUINE Jenkins Bros. Valves which always bear the Trade Mark shown in the cut. They are made of the best grade of steam metal in various styles and sizes. They are extra heavy, very strong, well propor- tioned, handsomely finished and most durable. Write us when in need of high grade valves of any kind NEWYORK ENKIN S BROS CHICAGO BOSTON Q PHILADELPHIA E. S. Alpaugh 8: Co. COMMISSION MERCHANTS Direct Receivers of Poultry, Eggs, Dressed Meats and Provisions Steamships and Hotels Supplied Write us when in need of goods and get our prices I 6-24 Bloomfield St, I 7-23 Loew Av. West Washington Market NEW YORK FRESH FRUITS Domestic Fruits Supplied Direct from the Vines Selected Strawberries, Raspber- ries, Currants, Plums, Cherries, Peaches, Pears, Grapes and Apples of the Best Varieties supplied to Hotels, Clubs and Families! at Reasonable Prices JAMES A. STAPLES Consulting l-lorticulturist Purveyor to Cadet Mess Trees and Vines Furnished on Application P. 0. Box 65 MARLBOROUGH, N. Y. VV'hen writing to advertisers, please mention The Howitzer. V T1-IE HOWITZER ADVERTISER CTO THE " REASON: fE.xtracts from Reportj "The Colt is superior, because it is more reliable, the more enduring . . . and the more accurate." "The Colt Pistol em- bodies all the features con- sidered essential, desirable and preferable by the Board." The ,Colt is adopted in consequence of its marked su- periority to any other known pistol. COLT AUTOMATIC PISTOLS may be had in the following styles: Caliber .25-The little i3-ounce Colt six- shooter that "Fits a Vest Pocket!" Calibers .32 and .380-Compact and power- ful pocket arms: hammerless, and with the Colt Solid Breech and Automatic Grip Safety. Caliber .38-Pocket and Military Models. Caliber .45-The Most Powerful Automatic Pistol Made. Send for complete illustrated catalog. COLT'S PATENT FIRE ARMS 'lVlFG. CO. Automatic Pistol adopted by the U. S. Government for its Army and Navy OVER 6000 consecutive shots fired from this pistol in one test without a jam, mishre or broken part! ' PERFECT HARTFORD, CONN. ' NVhen writing to advertisers. please meiation The Howilzex xx 11 TH E HONYITZER ADVERTISER -. , . - -- T .1535 Q -Mi... , ..g,u-..-.- kgs si Q 5 f -1- ' ' i 5 " Q I 1 A i .ffl , K SL E ENGINEERING INSTRUMENTS TRANSITS, LEVELS, RODS, TAPES, ETC. ARE THE RECOGNIZED STANDARD IN ALL BRANCHES OF THE ENGINEERING PROFES- SION. EXCELLENCE OF DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION INSURES ACCURACY AND DURABILITY UNDER ALL CONDITIONS OF SEFIVICE. UR COMPLETE CATALOGUE LISTS EVERY REQUIREMENT OF THE ENGINEER FOR O FIELD OR OFFICE WORK. CONSULT IT. DRAWING MATERIALS CHICAGO KEUFFEL 81 ESSER C0 U R V EY I N G l INSTRUMENTS SAN FRANCISCO MEASUMNG1-APES NEW YORK HOBOKEN, N. J. MONTREAL QE Gi C O' STO 5 it Ykiffftiffiigq 1' eff fi as 'J O I d 1 G b I e 7 I i'455:??M f 5' 3 - t i mf Neges i K . NEW JE . i i fOr Hotels,Clubs mf N E W A R K k Private Families "Tiff Cffy fff fffffwffw i X Q Boasts of the largest, finest store in New i I by ' Jersey. It IS a store 29I W. IOTH Street New York I Breweo'af7o'5o!z'!eo' I that serves the State. xxwm Wfhen writing to advertisers, please mention The I-Iowitzer. 77 THE HGVVITZER ADVERTISER Jnvnn A -I :vo - I " E f :El ii g i TIMES SQUARE iw ?Q gg WM. C.MUscHENHE1M 7775 RENDEZ V0 Us F6142 THF OFFICERS OF THE ARMY VH 'fgt 'd 1' pl f' T1 H 'f TI-IE HQXVITZER ADVERTISER "Just the Information We Need" WEBSTER'S NEW INTERNATIONAL The Merriam Webster This New Creation answers with final authority all kinds of questions in Language, History, Geography, Biography, Fiction, Sciences, etc. -X i M No matter what your occupation, trade, or profession, the NEW INTERNATIONAL will ten you how the best ' X authorities define all its terms. g r Q It defines over 400,000 Wordsg more than ever wAgB :f N355 before appeared between two covers. 2,700 Pages. WEEK 6,000 Illustrations. Cost S400,000. 'fl gf:EQ,.e lQX W is the only dictionary with the new divided page. A Stroke of Geniusrf, 1 Iggy ' An encyclopedia in a single book. Type matter l'- I Q-z.-u. . equivalent to that of a 15 volume set. WRITE for specimlens of the new divided page, illustrations,etc. ' :re ".-i' Mention the iKH0WltZCf', and receive FREE a set ofpocket maps. G. at c. MERRIAM co., SPRINGFIELD, MASS. SANDFGRD Sz SANDFORD Merchant Tailors and Importers EVENING SUITS A SPECIALTY Special Rates to Army and Navy Officers and Cadets. 176 Fifth Avenue M New York WVhen writing to advertisers. please ne tion The Howitze THE HOXNITZER ADVERTISER The FIRST NATIONAL BANK of HIGHLAND FALLS is one of tbelfew banks in the United States that is conspicuously patronized by U. S. Army Oflicers. The reason is: We are SOUND, CONSERVATIVI-3 and ACCOMMO- DATING. Our facilities for handling deposit ac- counts, loans, etc., are of the best. We invite correspondence on any bank- ing subject. The FIRST NATIONAL BANK Highland Falls, N. Y. XVhen xv t to advertise pl . mention The Howitzer. THE HOXVITZER ADVERTISER Q uf: ' aff ai: :fr filly L31 flair 'fklufv 'flaw 'Q ui: 9 ui: if Ek iii ' if: Ek uf: if 'ft Ai: ' Q21 gigglgiigi EJ E. EV we EE E- ry E Ei E- E I E E. E Q T. J. McMAN Ighntngmphvr United States Military Academy Lawrenceville Princeton New York University FINISHING DEPARTMENT THIRD AVENUE, 74TH AND 75TH STREETS NEW YORK EE H7 THE PHOTOGRAPHS IN "THE HOWITZERW ARE ALWAYS MADE BY MCMANUS , :AN be qs IL- ui ui, tg-'qi 5 1. ui' 44-Q 4- er A- 4 - Le ex: en-155 gigs' ui, uw L :xii ex :Rv gig E ii E5'EJ E. I- ri ii Ti if E- E TZ it id E. , ri E W'hen writing to advertisers, please I1 ntion The Howitzer THE I-IOVVITZER ADVERTISER Henry V. Allien 8: Co. Successors to HORSTMANN BROS. 8: ALLIEN MAKERS OF Army Equipments A Q' , SEQ oo- B 5 can 4 gown Q E QWIAHMW YEA f 'T Q 1235 411 eff HIM iw ! ' AFX X " That have stood the test since 1815 " 734 BROADWAY : NEW YORK XXI t g d gl Tl H THE HOXNITZER ADVERTISER UNIFORMED MESSENGERS AUTOMOBILE DELIVERY I li, get ,rraxn - I Your Qffecfzf inx ww-f PZOQUQ7' Omiem fgC'6'0Z!71f ,. Ly, cam Ee Defzfvered . ' . M zy Sofzazfed g, 'j Anywhere ii. 'EETE . 53 4'E'T is 'SThe Saltlord Flower Shop" POUGHKEEPSIE, NENV YORK J OR the past eight years We have supplied the coffee for the Cadet Mess at West Point. We recommend this coffee very highly, and We are pre- pared to deliver same to you, roasted in the Whole bean or ground, in a sealed tin can, at thirty-Hve cents per pound, With express charges prepaid. GEO. S. WALLENQ 86 CO. 90 Water Street NEW YORK CITY Telephone-2275 Broad E gr u Trya 50-cent new size bottle of "3-in-One" and insure your gun against wear and tear and repair expense. "3-in-One" has the most won- derful lubricating, cleaning, polish- ing,l.ri.1st-preventing, gun-saving t qua 1 ies. Every action part Works easier. surer, truer, if oiled with "3-in- One." Saves wear on delicate parts. "3-in-One" is a penetrating, non- drying oil. Won't gum, harden, or collect dust no matter how long gun stands. Removes residue of burnt powder "clean as a whistle." All big gun factories use it. Con- tains no acid. . Buy the economical 50-cent size-Just 8 times as large as 10- cent size-ZZ times as large as 25-cent size! W 't f I boi-:lg ah-d Sglgsiinei One" Dictionary. Library Slip free with each bottle. "3-IN-ONE" OIL C0. New York City xxxiv When writing to advertisers, please mention The Howitzer. THE HOWITZER ADVERTISER Full-D v ngD New Regulation Cap JACOB REED S SONS PHILADELPHIA Grounded 18241 MAKERS OF FINEST Umforms and Accoutrements for Officers of the Army Y Awarded Gold Medal Jamestown Exposition ' Gil: J'-vs M? ,Ji f '5 G X 5 ia 0 i A i XB I 1 1 s 13 Aff-3' 1 Q is iii? riq9'i'.,1 Q z - ' +21 'I iffzf S1521 ' 4 ' 3 ',,- 1 Q ' 3 , " iii fig! -, "- .Q fliff 1' ,' 1325 'Qfgfrx 171 V :hw 4-1,.f.,:f "5 1-ff., .'f' "Wai 1' 5 -- ll "J 'skit ', 1,5 U U White Uniform , OV'-1008! Service U i r XVhei1 writi g to advertisers, please mention The Howitzer. Sold at moderate prices. TI-IE I-IOVVITZER ADVERTISER The Stetson Shoe Company FINE SHOES FOR PARTICULAR MEN Factory, South Weymouth, Mass. The Stetson Shoe has been Worn for years by Cadets and Midshipmen g a recommendation that speaks for itself. We respectfully solicit the continued patronage of Cadets and their friends. The Stetson Shoe may be purchased at Agencies through- out the United States, or at THE STETSON SHOPS 7 Cortlandt Street 5 East 42d Street New York Prompt and personal attention given to mail orders DIFINDIR MFG. COMPANY Sheets 81 Pillow Cases e- P' For Academies and Boarding Schools, For Home Use I UN IFORMS and Manufactured under Sanitary Con- dm' EQUIPMENTS QUALITY, not Cheapness, is the distinguishing note of these goods. Don't confuse them with average quality Sheets and Pillow Cases. They are in an entirely different class. May be had Plain Hemstitched, or Handsomely Embroidered. Sold by leading dealers everywhere. THE H. B. CLAFLIN COMPANY Wholesale Distributors Sheet Department NEW YORK For the Particular Officer Meyer's Military Shop 1231 Pennsylvania Ave., N. W. WASHINGTON, D. C. Ill writing to advertisers, ple mention The Howitzer. THE HOXNITZER ADVERTISER x -P ii.x.. -x N- S- -, .f , 2 ' 'S " ,..,-Y m m 9- W1 THE NEYV STORE I , 'ff'?".f1P"W vfqqw I' OF F I IQMLITIWM1' wwf 1f?Mfw-If be W , P 4143-U ' I - iE fH 'H'j NDREW LUX XYDER 'f mdm,1O ,1f1am,1.u1rnOxLLDOfmIfIIf, A A 4- f I 855:92 "L wtf: WI W YV ,N H FIFTII fKVENUE M mf- --f' QW AT FORTX'-FIFTI'I ST. ff? IIN - f 7 " f Qj' 'g5.:,1w, fi 'FL :JL --Yhvil "iii NEYV XORIL X ,R ,I f 5jETfiigQ5g? L,v,T ff C , AW irQWT METEHI I " -If 1' , Q, li !f1,1:iV!if' jg CONVENIENT TO TI'IlC CLUB, IIOTEL Vgjfi ' 7 VNV! AND 'rfmvl-RE DrS'rRrC'r M J Ein M . - ' , 1 ..... ....,....,.-n...,I...I-...,,,,I,, ,, Y, "3 ,O EN'1'IRE BUILDING USED TO lj X' 5 ,,l-ful!! ilglgsggz, ,H "' I , Y! .wg , , 1 S H O E S 'WF 1 : I' I HJ: qH,: J H H1 ' -1 If JL ' Wx' Am -7,1 sf WH ' IW W ,im ,.' Ts ' ' w i, i Inf , -WJ Qki-3 -Si, .. , .14 gtwgmf A75--F--, f mmmrm TIIE OLD STOIIE A'1' SIXTH AVENUE AND NINETEENTII ST. WILL CONTINUE TO SERVE PATRONS FOR WV1-IONI THAT LOCA HON IS CONVENIENT ESTIXBLISH EIJ 1857 When writing to advertisers, please. mention The Howitzer. Xxx 11 THE I-IOXNITZER ADVERTISER CROUCH Sz FITZGERALD NEW YORK , X, MANUFACTURERS OF Trunks, Suit Cases, Traveling TGTJT I Bags, Wardrobe Trunks, etc. a h ESTABTJSHED 1839 OFF ICERS' TRUNKS A SPECIALTY sToREs 154 FIFTH AVENUE 723 SIXTH AVENUE N. W. Corner of 20th Street Below 42nd Street I77 BROADWAY Above Cortlandt Street Rioliononol cf? Weinstein College Tailors 1131, CHAPEL ST. NEW HA VEM CONN. Opposite University Clnb THE I-IOVVITZER ADVERTISER ..........,.....0..q..g -..-......g..g..g..g..g.....Q-.g..g...-.gn Canadian Club fm bm N , .. 0 - F l,1 'F'XAA . 5' 'gl 1 N - V- 3 . JE xg an .I-I jj' K, up xx A r l L I' ,1 I ' -Q K X C' 5' xl O qw f t A of' fx f y 4 f jfllv IQ' gf iyw, I 9 AV! l II 35 1 W o 11' 'V L 1 . U fl - I , ,Lk - gk . I' it N 0 N 'I lwx bm' yofplhufio x.z'wX I , BY ROYAL WARRANT , To His Majesty King George V l Distilled and Bottled by HIRAM WALKER GISONS LIMITED WALKERVILLE, CANADA ' ,LONDON NEW YORK CHICAGO MEXICO CITY VICTORIA, B. C. Vlfhen wrt g to aclvertis s pl mention The Howitze TI-IE I-IOVVITZER ADVERTISER EBBITT HO Army and Navy Headquarters WASHINGTON, D. C. Catering directly to the members of both branches of the service. Literally a new house throughout-modern in every appointment. AMERICAN PLAN-33.00 to 356.00 per day EUROPEAN PLAN-261.50 to 354.00 per day G. F. SCHUTT, Proprielor R. G. BURKE, Manager C. . KOGLAGE, JR. succEssoR TO HATCH 81 KOOLAGE Originators, Designers and Detail Specialists T WHITE and COTTON UNIFORM MAKERS LINEN SUITS LEATHER NOVELTIES CUSTOM SHIRT AND TOILET ARTICLES MAKERS CANVAS AND BUCK SHOES In the Army at every Post, in the Navy aboard every Ship, with Civilians Everywhere We were the Hrstin America to make good White and Khaki Uniforms at common- sense prices. To-day the H. E51 K. Uniforms are universally' acknowledged to be the best in America. The prices are still the same. The systematic handling of orders in the Mail Order Department of Hatch Bc Koolage, the South's Largest l-laberclashery Store, places at the disposal of out-of- town buyers, a service about as prompt and efficient as that accorded to those purchasing in person. Store and Manufacturing Plant NINETY-SIX GRANBY STREET, NORFOLK, VA. WVlIen writing to advertisers, please m tion The Howitz THE HOXNITZER ADVERTISER E. F. FOLEY ipbntngrapber I High Grade Portrait and Group Work a Specialty 16+ FIFTH AVENUE , NEW YORK CITY VV ll When writing to THE HOWITZER ADVERTISER ' Established 1863 T H E ARMY AND NAVY l0URNAl 20 VESEY ST NEW YORK The surest and easiest means for an intelligent soldier or sarlor to keep IH toucl' with hrs profession and what is going on ln the military and naval world Tl1ejOURNAL for nearly 49 years has advo cated every cause serving to promote the welfare and improvement of the Regular and Volunteer Se vices It is u lversally acknowledged by military and naval authorities the general public and the press to be the leading publication of IIS l-:incl in the United States S3 00 PER YEAR r lhdSt I . . I . D . n. . . Club Rate Subscription Price to Cadets U.S.lVl.A. and thei relatives Pub is e a urday Exclusive Designs IN Woolens for Spring Bl Evening Dress Suits and the Tuxedo or Dinner Coat a Specialty bat CHARLES T. FOSTER Merchant Tailor 268 MAIN ST. POUGHKEEPSIE, N. Y. For 110 Years DU PO T POWDERS Have Served the United States in Peace and War A Good Long-Service Record For information address Rifle Smokeless Division, E. I. DU PONT DE NEMOURS POWDER CO. WILMINGTON, DEL. advertisers, please mention The Howitzer Tl-IE HOWITZER ADVERTISER Leather Factories 630sRsrEo,6qJ LONDON and WALSALL' vb 1 'r ENGLAND 2- Goods Purchased in Lon- E S don Charged to Home Ac- count at English Prices. U 4 'm.,.,.w+ tg O N D O 89 Regent Street Glove Factories LEIGI-I and WESTBURY ENGLAND A Catalogue of Entire Line on Request. Please Address All Com- munications to 253 Broad- way, New York City. SPECIAL PRICE LIST TO ARMY OFFICERS - LEGGINGS CROSS Staple Style-English Pigskin-Regulation QExp. Prepaidj. . . 35.75 CROSS Spring Front Style-English Pigskin QExp. Prepaidj .....,. . .. 5,75 ' FULL DRESS BELTS Genuine Gold Lace-Best Quality Mountings-New Hook and Swivel Devlces ............................,.............. ......... 1 3.25 RUSSET LEATHER SERVICE BELTS English Newtone Leather--Bronze' Mountings ..... English Newtone Pigskin-Single Leather ......... English Newtone Pigskin-Reinforced QPrevents SABRE KNOTS Made of the Most Durable English Leather ....,... . . SPURS Qlmportedj Regulation-Solid Nickel-Without Straps .... Straps-Russet or Black ..................... .. . . ' ENGLISH GLOVES White Lisle-Per Dozen, 35.00 .... ............ Tan Dogskin-Coarse, 31.25-Regular .... White Cape-Evening Dress .......... White Doeskin-Washable ....... .. White Buckskin ........... Tan Cape .....,.......... Gray Buckskin ........ . ...................... Gray Suede ....................i............. NEW YORK CITY - Per Pair .. . .Per Set Per Pair 61 Cl GI 3.00 3.75 4.50 .90 1.50 .50 .45 1.50 1.50 1.75 1.75 2.00 2.00 2.00 MARK CR055 COMPANY Xifli? S-liiifilokiafki 361253 Uptown-210 Fifth Avenue Downtown-253 Broadway Near 26th Street Opposite City Hall 145 Tremont Street 40pposite The Common VVhen writ g to advertisers, please mention The How 1 ll THE I-IOVVITZER ADVERTISER li , ,, , .., nrrrr, ,ro ll 3 ? S ' if :gg I I li ff.1 ' '-ri sifilfffff' .. '-'-"' 'E4'QQ", I, . - TAR 1 th mmf -,Q,s UNiC!1'T0NGUfZ,L Pnnn--Harm WA , QI f Af5ii55gg?.5iST ill A 3 '11 c.o0D RATIONS Inspected by Uncle Sam RIVIOURS ' Food Products pass the mostrigid inspection of the U. S. Government agents. Our methods insure perfect preparation of perfect foods. I Foods are WeII cooked and rigfytlv cooked-rich in their delicious tenderness, with the orziginal Havor, wholesome, appetizing, cIean, nourishing. L-vfrmourfs ' ' eHfSJ J. F. NEWMAN E T 31 P 111 r' MANUFACTURER ELEVEN NEW YORK A MILITARY DEVICES CLASS AND CORPS CRESTS VERY FINEST GRADE SPECIAL ORDER WORK IN GOLD, SIILVER ' AND JEWELS wif-fi 'arf-'I' I' x' , ' "D . ' 'Q 5 I QI? 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Olive-Drab Kersey for overcoatings and heavy weight riding breeches. Olive-Drab Army Blankets. , Complete information and samples will be furnished by our - Uniform Cloth Department Alnerican oolen Compagy Wm.M Wood, President M' 'O 1123-Qggaurfh Ave- SHAWMUT BANK BUILDING, BOSTON i When w t g to zxclvertisers, please mention The Howitze 1 THE HOVVITZER ADVERTISER QCLASS PINS VISITING CARDS ql W E D D I N G ANNOUNCEMENTS and INVITATIONS M O D E R N ADVERTISING NOVELTIE'-I ART CALENDARS Steel Engraved and Hand Painted 'll QIPHOTO ENGRAVING andHALFTONE Established 1872 Excelled by None E. A. WRIGHT ENGRAVER -.- PRINTER -1- STATIONER Commencement Invitations, Dance Invitations Programs, Menus, Fraternity Inserts and Stationery Complete Facilities for turning out College Publications. Special rates to Fraternities and Class Committees. Before ordering elsewhere, compare Samples and Prices. SPECIAL DESIGNS SUBMITTED FOR SPECIAL OCCASIONS E. A. Wright Bank Note Co. 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