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

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VIEWS ..., E ACKNOWLEDGMENTS INDEX. . , , I W W D . .41' ' 2 459 E . . 463 W I N W ON'IIEN'I'S 5 Q J E E 5. 1? I In E E E 2 --.I 7 E E , I . 25 2- E .... A . 47 E E . . 205 E E . , ,,., 279 E E 4 . . . . 301 E E - - I - A - 343 2 - ' 363 E ! - I W N IIIlIHHIllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIW mln la. .sl ..- 1. .. 1. .. . .. . .- nn 2 ... ' .'.. ... ...- . . V... . ... . ... . ...J ... . ... . , ... nu a ... . -... ...- . n.. . ,. . -... 1 a...4 I ... .-.. ... ... I.. ... I ... Q .... x n., ... ... ... ... ... lv: 4... :... llvl 3... :... ,... llll un.. -... lin! n..l Al1.l lvrl II-l ..,... ...n ...- ,A u.. ...u u.... :... u... :... 1.1. :mn :... :... ug. ..., n--v n..l .--. n.. u.. ... u.. :- ... ...... ...I :... ,... :-.. nn... .,... .-Q. 0-11 11.4 ij A..,xQm1':x . .. ..i 121 .... ,... -... ,... Y"! ... ... ... ... ,... ,... III? n.v4 ..- ... ... 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MAJOR y:4.'!: I 351+-E2?:2 1.5-. ,r 1 ,. .4 ,, , ,... X .. ,. ., , , ., ,. X ,. . , . A 'VJ-324.'3"'+,ffflliiklikifZHiff"l'7?'3'34"4f3":71-f-.4. 7' ':?3Lf5:'..' .'7. '.4' 5312252!7"5.-"2T5:Q'?-E9-i:,.31 zjl- 53.15, . , , I .' Q - - ' V ' Q ' . ' I Q ,- , 4 V, Af M 1. HM!! .., .... ........Q,.....,............2,...,...4..,...,.......A-........,.-. A -L. .. -mi, W , k.,. -... 4, . ,W , ,, ,Y Q A --A, -:LQ - eight Ufnited .States Military Academy SUPERINTENDENT AND COMMANDANT Colonel SAMUEL E. TILLMAN, U. S. Army, '69-30 MILITARY STAFF -' MAJOR WILLIAM A. GANOE, Infantry, Adjazaimf of the .Military Academy and ofthe Party Secretary ofthe Academic Board, 707-520. COLONEL EDWARD I. TIMBERLAKE, Quartermaster Corps, Qiiartermafter of the Military Academy and ofthe Portg Dirburxirig Ojjicer, in charge of cori- .rtructiorig 793-IOO. , CAPTAIN BLAINE A. DIXON, U. S. Army, Treasurer ofthe .Military Academy and Quartermaster and Commirfary for the Corp: of Cadetfg '08-440. N LIEUTENANT COLONEL 'WILLIAM H. HASKIN, Medical Corps, National Army, Surgeon. A OFFICERS ON DUTY AT HEADQUARTERS U. S. M. A. AfIA-TOR PHILIP GORDON, Cavalry, Arrirzanz to Qaartermarterg 708-390. CAPTAIN CLAUDE F. CURTIS, Quartermaster Officers' Reserve Corps, Affini- arit to Qiiartermarter. ' ' CAPTAIN HAROLD F. NICHOLS, Coast Artillery Corps, Port Exkhange Ojieerg 1 'II-190.4 , . IST LIEUTBNANT ARTHUR B. PROCTOR, Quartermaster Corps, National Army, Affirtarit to Quartermarter. , V JAMES E. RUNCIE, ISt Lieutenant, U. -A., retired, Librarian. Q16 May, 1914-D '79-99 . , H. PERCY SILVER, Chaplain. QI September, IQI3iD PHILIP EGNER, Teacher of Marie. Q17 june, I9o9.j FREDERICK C. MAYER, Organift and Choirmafter. C12 May, 1911.5 711.115 f-1,1 iE:': iiggg- EEE-E , Q f I -- "'-i'J'1i COLONEL ROBINSON L'?fE'3flf-J ' Y. .,,., f 591211: :fa f x av: SEE xiiiw.-C45 35:1 i23E1E'E 9235:-1? 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" .Isl .te 'orurily Ni x' , , ' ,-'Jr-7' , 4'f" I , , -V, - 'ua' 1 .9 of Military Gygmklsi E' 1, 1 Pliysuf g af Tactics. Cdjiiifzg' mgfComp fi. 325 , 1 3 Tactics '10 000. t-5153, 4:5 1 I I Com mmul ing Li nkleisz, Uqqlels, In Fencing and Military Gymnastics. 1 twelve Department of Civil an Miliiary EHgiI1486T'iHg eil COLO . L GUSTAV FIEBEGER, Profeffor, 779-jo. QW - I l LIE NANTfCoLONizL RICHARD T. COINER, Corps of AI ' 'ip Q, 1 'A ngmeeff, Afszxtant Profmzror, '08-8o.. . W, Q' , ' ' .QE-3 kv I q,,,5..f - Q , :ff TAIN WALTER -K. DUANN, Coast Arullery Corps, .LI .?.-"GL,-V . Inxtruclor ,I0- 0. ' ' :R ' !71.?i'zw- ' '45 I C I 1 53 - I Ag, A2555 , ,V 1 f CAPTAIN THOMPSON LAWRENCE, Infantry, In- C I. , I If ' X ' ,f . K Jzruclor, ,II-IOC. ' .. -eg: ' . QM. -1 I-I., ' I . f , ' I W " I ' EQ '- if . -T ,. f ,4 CAPTAIN ROBERT MCG. LITILEJOI-IN, Cavalry, - , 'A l f X- I I ' " V , - Q r. ' ' " P f. I .. - ' ,. 11' f Imlructor '12-36 . - .4 I -. ' 1, 5" J f -- ' . W, 2 - fvj I ' Q. W -CAPTAIN CYRIL A. PHELAN, Coast Art11lery Corps, , i, Ei" , , "1 1 J - . A , Lyflf' L P. Vfnxtructor, ,I2-490. , 4 ' A- 'U 3' I - i . N35 -. kia- I 1 '. Tai" " ' ' , ' ' pil . . 52 - ' . I G -Zag, X 5 .. fdwfif, - ,CAPTAIN ALLEN G. TIIURMAN, Cavalry, Infirm- .-wi ' ,', - C .-- ' a K' . . ".- 1- - ' . ' -I . I I f. " " . Aff: ffm 'I3+I9o- - : 1, ,V-' X fy 1. 1 "' . ' . sr fx " I I 1, - In 1 'TJ' ' ' . I fi- fra' 1 . 15. I . Q 'fm' f ' ' ' wg' n ff' 1- Ts ,I .g Z K I V - 1 ,N AA . I. ,Q I "' 12 N fl' ' 1 li . , W 5. ,Q " IS ' 'E If FQ Q 715133 Q! 325 ' 3 if 1' " . ,Anim ,Fifi V . .A li I .,,'- ef. ',' 'FI.,,7'ff2 ., -'A --44 .awv .u I -Aging . gg, V my 1 A--gg . , 1 13 . V L 5. ' , ' 1 . . ,- '1 " ' 1 'Q 'Nls5+'1.eW ' "" ' 2-1 Q . ull. in lj lr? - -tg? f-rag. - ' . .,. ' M In A Q. CK 'Q ,QC y ,H . .y'q ' I J - is 1-' .v13'?'Qif, r ' . ' -I A 9' ' " , . . - .2 - A gr -ff fi' ' r ' "3 . - . , n f' " I-?fff.Q.i-.-,.-Q-A-wi' J - -fr. I 9 E P21 ' . ' , v w , - ' -' V ,V ' " I 1 I' 'Vffff I 7? I . fwafrir f -- I. ii - ..-ffif ' ..1eaf,g,fr5m , ' ' .- . WK-1HL..:,1,1" :el .2 4.14 - 'Lu 1' f ,.1a,:.,.- 'A ' 1. - ' ' N NN ., " ?f:'f " .. I lhirifen Department of Philosophy 'lvixiiiaclbfg "sfi?iof Ca'va1rj.'Q-Ingtfucgor, f'I3'-I9o.' ' ' Coast 'Arfilliiry V Corps, Inxtruclor fourteen Department of M az'hem a1fics COQOCNEL CHARLES P. LIEUTENANT LIEUTENANT CGLONEL LIEQflTIflXfAlWT O21 , 391-30- Artillery C. GEE, Corps of Engineers, 44,fJ'l761.dlt' Proffrfor, ,09+3f'.' NIATPIESON, Corps ef Engineers, Jflffiflllfll PT0fEIf0T,5"2UF5o K B. W fLKES, Corps of Engineers, I'Il.Ylf1LCZ6T'Q, '09-if' '- R., Corpspofj ,Engin'eei's, Ivzftrutzpr, :IO-rbi , A D st Artillery CorpsQ5Im1rurQor,' '10-I6 . ' Ivzylluczov, 'I0+3,29. 7 . ' P , - , -- mffgrfff' f iA'rtilleryNCo1'f5's3' Inrtrufior, H11 ' 7 ,f c .. i ff' U 1 I mzruclor, - ' A- ' . 'ir' i,.Zx5g',n,L-i,tf:',.', A 1 ..7 sv 'EZTURT-?3 ia" .- ,f. - Et .- , ' H-,"5':TN L x 13'33 -e JONES B ELY 1 '74-33 I:l'Lff1'1lC:fQ2i 147, fifteen Depqarfmqlgi of Chemistry, Mineralogy md ogy Department of Drawing QTLIEUTENAN-T-'GoLQN,EL.EDWIN 'A . -YMAJ-dir-NGEOIQCE QRQITEIN, 'Cayalxfyg .,K' 1 .,-, 7071IQ7o. . Ydbx Li! .Q K . In D- 3"CAPTA1I5I C1-IAIgI's' S. 'Encjym I1ifa'n-try, Inxzfurtpig 3 r ' TCAPTAIIN 'GREGQ415QYg'1fiIfIQIS,INGfQN,,f-'I,IIfa'I1tI'y,- I mlfuctlor, 7TIf44o- 1 I I II I QQ, CAPTAIN CYRIL A.1IfII'EI,A,IrI-5',CbaiyS'fQAiitiV11ery Corps, Imtruce' I. 4 'fofa-312-492 . j : ' - -, 3vGA13TALN"WILLIAM ,A:5C6151fH0IiN1:,,QCGQSE 'Arpillbpy Corps, l , ,fp 3-Inkt?Puctor,' '13-303' Z 2 A 3 5 Q I C2LI3'IiA'I1lI' 'WII.LIS D., .CRI1jTE,NB1EILG1Igg',z.fCgugalIjy,, flfigftrutfor, 739240: I . . , . I , ' Q-'-zCAPfrAIN GEORGE L. HARDIN,Ugrsingflnfantryg Imqtruriof, .. 57 ' i.j,QL,, ' ' ' ' ' Ll-if 'if f.- I i L IU - Q QVWAEQ ,Em - ,-4 A v ,fI, t , 35 -I . lfli-5 ' N 'J33,: .,S , t , . - 7 ' I , ,gf ' Sf' V . I ff ' f'L 7 ff"1 . I. I '4"I ' if if 'I f' 1 fw- J6'fJE7Ll!f31l Deparimenf oflldlodern Languages .W:7CRANIER,. IVR .flsrociale P7'Qf2'I.fQ7', '00-120. Profeffor of thf Spavibh Language '03-660. 2Y:.Lz':fal1t Profe.Uorl0j'!l1e Frfurlb Language, ,09-34 Iiixlrllrior in Spaniffz, 307-410. 1 ' Artillery Corps, I1zxfruc4of,z'rr,-Franck, '10-20s. in FrenchV,A 'IJ4293 P L . ' ' - , Inflractor in Frqvnclz, 'I3-315' Cava'lry7, n:j1'm'l0r i71-.gFIL67l6'7Zl '13-380. ' H:'.-HANNUNI? ,Coast Artillery Corps, 1' nrfruclor in French, '14-445, E. PQTTS, VCQa5L AriillerjiCor1Ss, lmtrultor in Frmclz, ,I4-780. 'B ORD' Infantr 1 l1Lu'1r12cZor' in' Fnfazrlz 'I '-660. - ,5-1 ,, ,vJ t U. Srl'Arm3f,QI17ir1i11fzor-in Frbgirh, H6-46f. 'KCLVILIASI' INSTRUCTORSZ' A , Qgll?-'41',.1916l, 121 f- CJ15'1S'l'Ig,1I9O45 4714 fightfeu Deparimenfof Law CAPTAIN DANIEL,,H, TORREY, Infantry, APofflfiiifEfifE?i?,fffZUfR3-7f! x' ' 2 5 L WiLLIAM 1A. -1.Co1iifi416RNE3 'Coais' .. .Pfdfefforf I 71 tem'- ninezezn Depariment of Praciical M ilitary Engineer ll? Mzlziar S 1 nalzn C and Tele ra h 1 If ' ,V LIEUTISNANTL LTCLONEL RICHARD T. COINER, Corps 'of Engineers, Profexfor, '08-30. K ',!-NV- , "MAJOR B'Ev.1zRLir C. 'DUNN, Cprps of Engineersg Auixtanz Profeffbr, 'Io-70. Q55 ,',.A V !irvA:':':1MAJ6R J'0HNLS.1SMYLIE, Corps of. Engineefs, Instructor, '15-89. g t ty 5 v if Wi l x 5 N I r Uv 1 M K ,I I X li H N N li I , i I 5 L L T ir an !z 5 p Department of Ordnance and Gunnery ,V A r f e e - f , I, 1,3 egg: eb A ggq - my A , , b, , maize s 'wasixar . 1- COLONW-r.WIPP1,A5f' :He-ATSQHAPPAT, ,Ordnance .WMM Nat:rQIyg1,iArmyf, Profenor, J'-,wr f,i+,gW-5 HH Af4'f1f+ liaw-V Wx- '96..59 - - ',,- A I ,ri ,. Y 4? -W ,, J,,v:-W .,X,.,f.,X, . Y -N h K M.: V , V A Y if fffi-'if ' ""' ' ' , QBy'detnil Febrixary 20,'1918, under Act of ijp lt -gm A A Mmh,2i 1907., , A e . r jg rg f ' - CAPTAIN, Dmgmj lMcL.,,, .CRAWFORD," 'Coast ffl 5 fgfgqfwfiiigf,-Q-Ex . ' 3 Q'1Ar'ti1l1efy, Corps, ' Affixtanl Profexxor Q.. , , .JH : Nl 1 .a,g.u,,.f.13 , ,Cb , Y , , V , 1 ' 1 2 :rwr-'-' -' f',,.-aj,J,,-41 H , , -' 1 ., '- 1 1 ., Hd V71 Evgiii 1 W um f in A . ' e W1 fr? 'ffT'ff-?Q?IWmriW 11-C-a'Pr2wfv1ir1JUN1USF5'Wfw IAQNESL Coast-rAffiA11errr Ngf, ' ' -If mf5j.gQf'l, -"7 ,fi-lCOifflf5Q-,f7LIfT1Lff0'T,V,I3"30o. Q 1 ' ,V - 'X , , , 1- ' YW, 'X '. -L gg-" MS-1521542 -g ' ' V ' - ' 'f 4 , ggi 5. I ' Vllil 5' ' if 1gfiQg-w',,f-4tPlgfg,121, , X ,- . ' r , -wager r .H , Mx A. ' . e +Ei?-'ip-N 11-?fi'.yf3'1i1gfgf'NXf' . 'g Unveil? Q4 3523 , . + V, 1 ' W , r e 1 N. W -, ,QW LjPn',,f:jL8gZ?'f. ,.-,ff 5' ,p5,1.2- .'v- .,.??7,kf:g,1yg,q-,K-3-, ay' M Lyn ug, ., mv .r Q Eb 1 V .',,Q15R--,'.1f,. . 4,f.,,4 A-,.. ,. 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MAL1,QR1"DAN'ifL SIei'EWBRCi0KS,- Corps, Infiructor, ' C5L'i5TA1Nf IOHNMML LEE, Medical Reseifve Imzrurfor. TST LIIQUTZENANT ROY F. NIILLS, Bledical A J-,-Cogpsgjnglmrtor. A , lr?-1'RCi5'?ffC'?5lQF5FP.S,eIfw1v'1wl0f'-,,,, 4 twenty-two Dgparfmeni of English and H isiory twenty-three N . il .sin gf 5.12, .,., A 1 -.-+P: . - X. ' .-.-.J iwevzty-four ,ff L- I V Z 1-vi 4 u.. ... I.. p... ,.. ,Un E-.- 225 :acc SEE: K H1 I-I ...1 I... LTI. -I f... ,... u-.- gn'- -III L..- r... g.,.. L... ,... ,. g.. 1- ii twenty-fix D Cadet Stajjf Cadet Major .... Cadet Captain and Regimental Adjutant Cadet Captain and Regimental Supply Oflicer Cadet Lieutenant and Battalion Adjutant Cadet Lieutenant and Battalion Adjutant Cadet Lieutenant and Battalion Adjutant Cadet Regimental Sergeant Nlajor . Cadet Regimental Supply Sergeant a A Colors M Cadet Color Sergeant . Cadet Color Sergeant Cadet Color Corporal Cadet Color Corporal . KNIGHT NIURRILL ' MILLER, I. K. MATTHEWS NSTURCIS HAZLEHURST GoDsoN ,NIXON V STEPHENS WARD, A. F. COLWELL REAVES twenty-raven 6 wig, We Qt M COM PA , "xii . Q33 Wbisq.-., xfiifra,-. - .:.A: QUI, aj ,,,, . M ""fT9':f.i1 - ' -' t -' P- , Q Y ' ' , . ' 1 A CAPTAIN Donaldson LIEUTENANTS Underwood Caffey Hewitt, L. H. IST SERGEANT Manning u Co. SUPPLY SERGEANT Corpening SERGEANTS Weeks Hurt Gray, R. RI. Bagby CORPORALS Pence, A. W. Bathurst Miller, A. O'Rouark Yoder Reaves Graham, E. Bixby zwmty-eight Booth Brown, H. Brownel l Chadwick, NI. Cookson Dameron Davidson Denny, T. R. Dickson Dietrich Dunn . Echols Foss Gard Glasgow Grant Greenlaw - Grifhths, D. Hewett, H. Baker, K. A P. W. PRIVATES Jones, C. P. Lewis, J. H. Lewis, H. B. Luce lVIacMillan, McGinley Meyer Middleton Nliller, R. Nliller, B. Moore, Jqhfl. Molitor, C. S. Moroney Murphy, B. Niblo O'Connor Odell G,Reilly Pence, P. Perwein SZ? ' 1 '., .E'-lfifz ' ' 'Jr' rw Lorence, W. F. A R Porter Post I Praeger Rhodes, L. F. Riess, H. J. Robinson, S Ross, H. D. 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Bready Brimmer Broberg Burgess Carter, R. F. Cavvley Child Cocke Cockrell Conrad, V. Costigan Cranston Dana Dommlney PRIVATES G Elliott, H. Emery Evarts Farrar Gildart Green Grenata Grupe Halter Hamilton, A. Harbaugh Hendrick Isaacs Johnson, R. Kendall Kirby Kullman L. C. Madison McNair' Mendenhall ' Nliller, M. M. , lX4itchell, C. H. Niles Parker Pichel Rosendahl, C. A. Saville Schilling Sexton Smith, L. G. Vidal Walker Williamson, E. V Wyman Young, C. P. '9'9 thirly-one F Q I , ' - rg.. f' . -- 'Nffvf W fflf i..p1i" "aff Ref' if' ' ' ,--N 17" -f ... , f 2 P, ,O P ggi ,b P , W 7':g5. Kkl ,, A. 1 - wt, SQ -? If A II, ,- .5594 ff P 'Li -X . -- P . wi- 'i'?i:fga2? il T .X ' Q, , . V 955 fv 3: A Q -15 1 -,-, - Ra 1f':'S?' 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Dickey ar mg, . . Montgomery Hatch Cambre thirty-Iwo Barragan Barriger Bevans, Burgher Callaway Clay Dodge Donnally, Ely Gilland Gorlinski Grey, H. Gruenther Hardin, Hartness Hedekin Hicks, D. Hinton . Hodges Hopkins M. P. A. R. PRIVATES Horowitz Jackson . Jenkins Jervey, W. W. C Jones H. Kellyi V. Hi ' Kennedy Kilroy Leahy Lee Lewis, G. W. McCone . McFarland March Marlow Martin Mickelsen Morris Muller Neilson ,0r-w-9 Newcomer Perry Piland ' Regnier Risen Samsey Sebree Shutt Slack Smith, E. Stephens , W. Strickland Sucher W. G Taylor, D. A. Taylor, G. Tucker M. Williams, C. L. Witters York s l s '9'9j 5 thirtyizhree 1, ,111 4 Mlllilllll ilwllllmlmr " ll MI ll 'llffft ll COMPANY l w l m llilll lil CAPTAIN - Oliphant, E. Q. LIEUTENANTS Bethel Alexander, H. lXI. Agnew IST SERGEANT Nloore, A. T. YV. Co. SUPPLY SERGEANT A Casman SERGEANTS Newland Holman Gerhard, F. VV. Dye CORPORALS Peckham Lock Moore, C. H. johnson, A. VV. Hogan Lovett Platte Nlackenzie thirty-four Barrick Bean Beyerle Bonvvell Boyd Brinkley Burnell Corzelius Dando Daniel, L. G. Dillaway Dunkelberg Eddy Fasnacht Gibney A Gruhn Gullatt Hanley PRIVATES Harrison Hastings - Hayford A Heiberg Hixon Kanaga Keyser Lauben Lavagnino McGowan McMaster McNamee, Maher Nlyrah Nichols Pearson Phillips Pope ' LQ R. W. A .NS Rice, A. S. Rick Riley, E. Robinson, C. Rosenthal, M. .L Shaw I Sherman, B. Slifer Snow A Stansbury Stauffer Szyrnanski White, H. A. Whitelaw Whitney Winn, W. S. Wolff, C. M. X.. - 5 '9'9 thirty-ji 715 I CoM A I CAPTAIN Nlewshaw LIEUTENANTS Timothy Kreber Bellinger IST SERGEANT Tompkins Co. SUPPLY SERGEANT E Coray SERGEANTS Young, N. D. H , Nlielenz Bliley Catte V CORPORALS Boatner Murray, W. S. Schow Colson Bowman Kehoe , Ugden Hinds ihirly-fix PRIVATES Baclig y Sabio Fay Panzarella Barden Frederick Paterson Barlow, R. C. Hamilton, J. C. Raymond Barlow, W. H. Hammond' Rhoads, M. Bennison Hart Ross, W. W. Bradley, S. Holbrook, D. S. 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Achatz W Banister, Bassett ' Bazar Bennet, A. Brannon Bruner Bryan Buchanan Cain Chorpenin Cothran Crawford, Degnan Farley I Finley S. 8 T. C. M. PRIVATES Flory Pomby A Franlf I 7 I . D N Hardin D C. Harris, L. V. Hesp Hyland Johnson, . T Jones, E. . lVlcAuliffe McNary Makinney Molitor, E. S. Moore, A. L. Nachrnan Nelson, D. H. Noble Oleott Olson Palmer, W. B. 'E:.r.x Pierce Price Rex - Riani Scott Semrnelrneyer ' Sheridan Shingler Skelton Spring 1 Stackhouse Strohbehn Tomey Tvvichell Vesey Wheeler, L. ' Whitesides Williams, R. P Works L -5 ' IQIQ 5 1 thirty-nina - ' I ' A . Q L , :Q ' , lf lll l 1'11 """' 'f"' I 11l1"' I I - - C lGl COM PA el e CAPTAIN Rundell LIEUTENANTS Adcock Cruse Tye IST SERGEANT Blanchard Co. SUPPLY SERGEANT Gillespie, NI. SERGEANTS Newman, H. Mussil Axelson Marks CORPORALS Wells, C. M. Bennett, W. C. Dolph Groves Miller, E. G. Cullens Powers Ericson forly PRIVATES Allen, W. I. Faine Parsons Babbitt Fonvielle Rash Beers Francis Rogers, G. D. 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Rockafellovv Davis, W. N. Latimer Sanderson , Dever McAllister Shea Donnelly, R. B. McBride, B.,R. Sheehy Elleman McCarthy Smith, P. W. P Fennell lVlcGill Speed Gillespie, F. J. I lVIcLean Sutherland Gilmartin McNamee, A. A. Wheeler, R. B Heineke lVIcReynolds Williamson, R L Hildebrand Madigan Wilson, A. M. Hill, IQ H. C. Marshall Wood, F. O. I Mason . f? E X' Wil A 1 forty-three A i 3 il IW COMPANY il l Ll img ,,, W ,,,, ,, , illilll Townsley LIEUTENANTS Kelley, H. S. Shattuck Kovarik IST SERGEANT XVilliams, H. B. Co. SUPPLY SERGEANT Kramer SERGEANTS Lifsey Holt Newman, B. Wlard, C. S. CORPORALS Shrader Sherrill, F. G. Leslie Stevens, F. A. hloss Winn, S. Colwell Butler Christiansen forty-four PRIVATES Adams, D. Herrick Pyle Alvord Hill, L. LQ Raaen . Autry Hillard M Rivers Benton Hoffman, H. F. T Saunders 'Brewster Hudson Searby Bruckner Johnston, H. D. Spangler Buck Keerans Springer Byrne Krieger Stearley Cintron Kurtz, M. K. Styron Christian Loper Trichel Conrad, G. McAlevy Usis Coolidge McEnery Valentine Crowe MacMillan, G. VV Von Babo Drury Marsden Watkins Estill Merrick Wedemeyer Ferenbaugh Monroe Whittier Gallagher Moore, R. A. Wilson, L. C. Gray, L. E. Ofllley Williamson, G. M Gregory Putnam Young, M. ' Pulsifer 1 36 Fl KIQIQ A f ortyiiitve A 'I .,...w.,-v E 3 forty-:ix T741 I I I III I ,III I III I ,I I II I II , II I II IIIIH II II II IIIII, II I I I I,..I I I I I , ,I , U III IIII I 'III I I I IIIIII I'III'II'II l I II I III, II IIIII II 'I IIIIIII .,, I I II M, I I 3. 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The Editors believe that, by this arrangement better than by any other, the men who have been closely associated as cadets will be closely associated in this book. ' Page Page Achatz . . 136 Cintron y Ramos 176 Adcock . . 138 Clay . . . 83 Agnew . . IOS Cobb 92 Aigeltinger . 140 Coogan IO2 Alexander . IOQ Coray . . 123 Axelson . 144 Corpening . 52 Bagby . . 66 Crouch . 133 Baish . . 124 Cruse . . 139 Barragan . 76 Dando ' . . IO4 Barriger . Q0 Davis, XY. N. ISO Barth . . 132 Dean . . . 166 Bell, C. B. . . . . 67 Deylitz . . SO Bellinger, B. B. . IIO Donaldson, T. Q. 53 Bethel . . . . 112 Dye . . . III Bishop . . 162 Elliott, R. H. . 126 Blanchard . . 146 Benn . . S6 Boineau . 141 Foster . . . 154 Caffey . . 60 Francis, D. T. 163 Casey . . 82 Gallagher, P. E. 174 CQSIII-an . 96 George . . . 142 Catte . . 122 Gerhard, F. XV. 114 forty-eight Q u P485 Page Glllesple, J- M- . 150 Miner, J. K. 151 IO3 Godson - 132 Mitcheii, C. H. 81 GO'-lld - 3 I56 Moore, A. T. W. . . IOS Grant, J- L- 62 Mufrui, H. A. 100 GRY, R- M- 68 'Mussil . 1. . 147 253111 1 52 1 - 1 IO C1 son . . 85 GFUPC - - 2 Newland . . HHICQUYOU - 69 Newman, H. H. ganiilton, R. E 77 Eewman,-J. B. A 185 an CY - A I ixon . . . 1 gazlehurst I?2 OfHq-gy , , , ' Ig? Cwltf - - SO Oliphant .. . Hodges - 34 Paterson, R. D. Hoffman, C. E 158 Pighel Q 3 3 55 Holman . IIS Rice , , 128 H011 - - 178 Richardson . 161 Horr . . 64 Robinson , . 61 gudsonb . I'g9 Eoemeir T. . 165 UTY - - 5 oss, . . 1 Irish . . 164 Rundell . . IZQ Jadwin . . 70 Shattuck . . 183 IOHCS, E- N- 125 Sherman, H. B. 73 Kelley, H. S. 184 Sibert . . . 13o Kern, T. F. 148 Smith, P. W. . 167 Kimble, F. V. 88 Stenzel , , , 74 Knighf, O- . 93 Stephens, E. L. 131 Kovarik - I77 Sturgis . , . 168 Kramer I . 186 Sucher , , 75 Kreber . . II6 Tang-3 , , I2 Leeper . . 87 Timothy . 115 Lewis, H. B. 63 Tompkins . 121 Lifsey . . ISI Townsley , I7Q LOISHCC- . 58 Turner , , 94 McBride, B. R 153 Tye .... ISYS MCK66, C. 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Egpb mpg, ..,. ag "'14"-L'Xf"A' 'J - 95-1 ' -'1 pupils, 1 ' Rfgfa. iff f. , .-wr'-17.5-Q!-1 v:, . 1' ' ' Q, ,4ghrOug114ia Q: KH A ..- I fai':1iQergxeacn1n: . mQJQEamf0ff2'slf6 3xl?ifV:T"3?fZTlv' ...v. 1 ., :x ,,f5TCEfi4WQ'- I1' ,::.f? '5f-i.Ti9f- 7 ' belnwhkf1mevGQ 4LGQaLQs?1akc'up 111f 'hmc to be igggmeal 3. of--'fr1ends an guever- an 1, V M K 13. ' . gg fk1,I,,1fheQ WQl151f14f,gfAhwaysfilled tgvgthe brurp 311 Q.-ff Chap 11T 1if2 6Hf1:i!iZ11fQP bein A ' .',' Whig B0b,S' 9'I0Ui115-W ' '-.isa-5' W 'V 314 '- ' ymfsf. gg- ., ,".-,EJ-" Q ' , - , -2r455E3':5'i1.- ,-E2-1, , ' r A ,fs ,. 1,": X .. - -'Q . - ' f ,. , , , lr.. -I I l V 1 Q V Ak Y xixty-.fix 5-. L i . ,.1..1.,. ' .-P-f'-Lv.. . . L .5 , xiii -1311321 i :Clyide is i iss s 1 7-A 'A T21 155555, f i- ' ' . i ' V W' '-+41 M. 'J ' W., 25215 S' 5 , '.fg,ff'BEYXUC1gfHhfIP'7 i t ' -Z sf Qi X 3 gs. 1 ,,,,' ziljixe M A Q if L " ' " ,'V' V ,. H si1'?aWi,'j'ef5sj?1gQ1ng,4 true son of the Sqliifhfgj jgood-nat,i1Te5a-hdt., "5-2'ihis,fIeEiinessee diiatxflgflie pursues his duties in in easy,iinfi1iHied,m'aniieii, QTHin'gs 'iii tied up, 'the elusive tenths may esCfap'eQhi,s, gnfsfp, Tbiit thiough all, 535'?5tB1f21'1.Wnheverifiioiiries, nevetlhurriesjyet when the roll is caiflfled upffyohtder, he's-always is 'ai grgtlirei Ehilit ,Will accomtplisshiichfat is 1TeQ6SfS2Lryt'With,out.V any undue tHe'.partQf5Qi1iy concetnved. .A f' 'V s ' t y 1 A jini',hsisf'eN1ement on at hotsieig ' QA,premier yidey andQpo12O'p.h1yei51he giifelfesif 'pleasure ,iiiiidsing -6ff,Light Horse st't ,crowdhgfizzf YQPQH rp old ga A nth andt fmiiillp if 5 Lflf " ,I "'-' .M ,, :Q " if -.-': F9112 '71 ' fide: fx ., "'t V ' " ",, "- -1. L, 1 ,4 .N . - '- ' " ' "ML " ' i ' aaiittiefsfidf' a 'True Southernggifi t ' We V trace of bashfulness ' 1 Of men fafhef than' kept him from becoming 3.311 "si ' AL,sfdentishopvldgmfiie . i--' - A ,- i d H i,,' - ,pf ,easing an congegtial 1,Qfmannei:,fy5fgxA, gain i "'e ' 'V evegywhereywzfff ' Y . , .. t"' 3 5 ' . . ,-.,, ' :Qi Axis - gift X s . A f.-,i.. "Ti1fiff'f- . .i., ,W ii - f f sixty-:eww 3 5 l Roland M Gray in WESI' LAFAYETTE, ,INDIANA . 5 W 4 f Appointedvfroim District y 1 INDIANA ' V ' .1 Sharpshooterg Sepgeant, 25 iBasketha,ll,,,4. Ji - ,, 1 -- . , , ,f ,, . J . 1 l, ,4 . V ,. el ,. gn- , -- ,v A rp, va, V A -u A UR igiant, rail-splittiinfi school teacherifrorn the Middle West ,ca'm,ef-'to upspifihfiori . thepyiicissitudes of plebedom. It Was, but natural that crayjQi5fig'vsfa,s,,ultra-3 objectionable to him. However, with recog-nition, Rolandfs ideas, .as did .A ours, cha'ng,ed.j 'As ap sergeant in A Con., he undertook the painfufl geducationvalnd N fu1p'ljriin,g,insg1of plebes. i For this, he paid the penalty-with atslug until graduation, ,b'tiftf"l1e Was too hig to allow it to affect his good nature: I ' f ,if I ' -,film fstudies, Rolla-nd is 'a 'real sgtudefnt, not honing for tenths por' Hles, but for- knowledge, q Naturally, he ranks high in his studies and ,especially so praetihal A Hel' isyas Wellfau Courant, in thegjgeachings of'iDiogenes an,d':'Soggafces,fas' 'fc'hegAtornic Theory, but mention- f"La.Languejiraiihaisell to him hfeJWill'3fhtoW 'up-his hands indespair. A . ",. l 5, A' li S -,,- T ,i ,,-,, Q, He Qqu'ite versatile alongmec1p.anicai1,'1ipesi, . r A Y i g -being 'a Vrnechanic,-elecdician, inventor and "'Wh,at E .not.i"'i Whenrever Cfadfet Diucroty has scirriething needingjrepairs, hC.Sa3fS',"'icLCf,iSs'lT3.VCilQO'l2:'1'1Cl do it," and Roland does. He finds a fascin-ation in i, , ,each little I1'1CClL3.I1lfC3.'l?iID'1'OlJlCI1f1"'ig'lYEl?1 fjto'ghirn to solve. 'Sherlock Holmes, would heconmeisluspif cious if he but saw theiitools kept in th-is Kayde-tA's7 , dlrfaiwer. lteis but natural that he is also a speedy I 'arcciirate draurghtsmanf i A A 5 , ' In Rolandthere is six feet four inches of mans i hood. He has brains, energy, and' a purpose-a Q combination, Which insures successf A ' , , .vixly-fz'gl1,! 1 W. H Y.- Y-.- . ., -- .,....,.w.,i,.-.,..7, , -,- -qw. I . A W 1 ' ' I .. W ...,-l . Au N ' . 3 i, . ' l l ' ,, .1 5 ' 1-K 1 e , J05hn aelesi0n 3 , OREGON CI'TY, 'ORECON- W A J gSen,aitori'aLfAppdintee. -1 . .V OREGON 0 I "LONG JCHN'f' I e .V Corporat -jg First-Sergearigu 2, 13 ,Culium 5 Hall Squad, 4, 35 Wresufcling, 3, Y V 3' faaff f , 2b, if V , Y--e' , geservede. He 'hgvxsr neyer been .Va frrgixer. blithas .Qfgthef e ' ,,lei'ved' the life of a recluse. ,a resii'1t,Nmaeny Qi us Ah1sfye,nexzerj'feg1ized hi5 Solid, V , d,epen.d'aB1e I - Fbr two,yeaefS',f.thefT,f 5.5-nqlifgenetijf'pg1sseedefj QX1in1'B'yf .inld it Was!n"t'i1nt'i1?1fter -QTVQ 'WCITG Llllifiideil fCTh3'h5 ,'cheyffrecpgpiyzed ,his- ii .eq, 5 'f,f'jQ "AAi Qgfgeies with ema'rk'eQ,fye'ees5.f a,5-iggillful carried! outfgrlllfhii'3'dbuti,es, in a paii'1i'St,akiiIgly ' CQ-IfCfUl1'?I12,I1ff1Ci15,:WifLhOL1'E of his Vkvv I a ,'.1A 1 A e 11.,-, e is ' lie, , "i" "Q-A . Q' ' ' l A .4 f 1, 1V57V qAV,, . 4,. , ,ee. A , ee e W arid '--' Slteadfasfhess. 'gif A if tg - if - addiueeaalegourafge to au, just e in e P M 'j do ig, jgofes into that gregfgi J .Ie fan L eee e e ee e f A Al ' 32 At" " ' 'I 1 e ' "" " 3 gi: . e e e fr 1e" I e .4 , fixiy-nine ,,,. , 1 .Q .I , it Jw 111, 'fffh"?"if1ffvf1QQ55:5-ZATj' ' sEW1tiCKLEYfff3fn13r1StsYLvAN1A ' "" '31?:?1J. 'r' , A. 'H-' 1' I .-.5,jW!f24."' Y-:Q Appointed frorn Fifteenth Distget .lil ' ,, - 1, H O3 MW. it 3' 1, t ,Q ' l 3, 2, liffxlsrlaugha ..E0W.iQ?gimiie 5, Plebe I 1 errln f A , L -'-N. 212-52 " 'm-- i- 111 755' 112.752 f:,i'f--ff:-af ',,- ' ' fl-'Ti 'fil ' 51?-lil fi' " lnn p l Ve 4 y snap, things AM' l and rnosjj, gracefnlidiversfiii Qqrfss, was 'oneiiorf the-LQ Swimm.i1ng14Meets. , Intlne mfaehivnei ewgentsiof the Elndoor M,ee,tsiiHe' A conn.ted..on'fOr,ka planesfinfuthej'llong':flioirse, and ini the Outdloorilylgets he'pf'g5ti?iQpi"a ihaidiafrght for 'fog ' i n l A V Q' ' '.Q if l-.xt 4 "wg,,:'.eConnie has always beeiiufgrmong theijtgbats in the sectiofi 'roofnf' 'telllf Ha watch 'for the puzlqled, Qhurt expression soon to aptiealrl, for has lailedrto understand. Howeyer, put- lrim in the midst of a- te,a1ff1glit or Q6iiAA.Cuflllnm's.Hoor and tl1e're's no :stopping himg lie will ,prove to be the center off afiraction. ' t li 9 1 ,117 , ., V 4 I I Connie is al spoony, eflicierrf, file, and as iirm 4 believer in they-rni1it2'iry.f An Army boyfhimself, ' flizehas always lived up to its traditions toffhe best ' X a ility. Favored by -the T. D., he was rx 'giyen a captaincy, but never by one word of boot- 37 liek or of quill did The seek the appointment or i 'Q abitse its award. Old B Co. swears by-lfim, and i . EHS w'ell,i.t,may,,,for he has shown himself to be a thor- i 'I , , , - rf ' - - ' onglily capable, reliable man, standing always for 11, ' ni-tejlrigyiit. I ' we 'T Q .- .fZTJt'7lly :,.e" mlf '- x, -4 fi' :A ,A FR Af A A f A --we---3 f---- -f---N Y-.-f v..,-,,, ...... .-A.- ,,,, .NAw,A,A,,,,,A,W, MA, A, W-W-M Ef"f':fEf:ffl"', A A A A, , , ' l l ' ' 25 " lfifi .A I ei ' QA: ' i V' 4 7?','l2Q2A ,-,, . , ' A. e A A 4 - '- l " e ' ,Q 9 , e' " A ' i'f'i.' F l 4 ' 'Q ',L' , A..v fi -A 'gpg l A l A "',' A A l. A A l A ' . N , L '-A- , AA Acme Csgrpeffal, A3 Congpfal, 35 S i 21,2 S 'Presuielllrs I5 3 A G0'mmiIif2fC,l"l3eA3Qf f A ,A ,A N Q , '. '. N 1,Ag,gA.a.,Q'??4e'P1e- 1 A Q, , 6: Nl .1"5S,,flf1vj--.11.f ' 15,552 ,." 1 KAN XS- 5 1-1 ' Ax N15 -i3f'2,',.Q --.fl V 'Aish 33,362-wke'ki5a,,1y - L ,fill i 'wil -' V kMl1,?iA 1 1 gt? ' l fi-n.CSffef+fif'1?1fF54dS,fEh'C meet' 105'-211 Of .b2ef2r1fA'Or1e2ffQi2srhe2 the beginning VW: f ,f'w7S1.' 'W A . Tai? l' 3-555' A ff"f1.l",-?'112'i:,pl?"'t-'1ulf1..':l", Il19.lY- K,-.ela111d'faS 21 governor of the 'F Cone: of the lA l l A I com- Ahimielfwteflany deeieion. 'G3alii,fce61gbUaind defenmlihedg started f A' ' A 1 A -, Vf.A een-rseggfhve. has-.all .the tenaerjgyjzlanciggsitrengeheof rlght11301Yupho1ldAAa'h11.r11i,Ag3f-24: AA A In 4,,lj"ffleI1,11ey is ibyf,n'atulrev essentially ,VHS has never ljbee1ie,Aa'Qgklldcilqerl, ',,, 'K i55in:g5A,. . EA., I ' H L ff . V '14 ,N 2,1 :gf l. ' I M" V M ' , V, 1, :b131EAgA'1masAA',alWa SL beheved tAhe'fbes,Loff-ever, bod and of ever fgluimp -. Dutw has been "-- X' A A -- , A - 1:1 if -1' A V . a the D1-QQ TCHIHCYTlil?1ASfffH5Vf5-F'3-bC6H' as -lfiiw 5 Q45 hg hdfesgefyes, 'fgplgfiie'gtiE1'eief'E1ciencyAheis " e b'est,Q- fDiSlSy.'fn6'f'fChe nth degree, spoonyz If ag ag5.lleufEAG-n9gpt','he hasbeen a credit l A "'- an excellent executive X ' , .,'A,' A V 'A AA W lm " A.-v Ie, 5455 -"' J' f - A -. " - V ,,AAA,g,A, g ..Heweveg,QA11'1s as- a frxend IQ'-,Il-CQd, a,.fr1efpd,i1Igg5'glg ggmdj"f'rb1ib'le, 'through thisnz,-f We- Aaliillejfsj reme,m2be1" canxjpeiief forget f ' Allow,inean5fiifi1pen'diligs'g255gjQffFefiNney.WoulAd always take the helm 'and guided' us safely to securleyf irrtbe rightf EHAA -A -- Pl- AAAA AA AAA- AA'1E'iiii:g,A AA A A l 'A I " Sd ,- .V-viflifl Sfiiffi-Eli LA 'f" " ' 1 ' A., "" Q '.l:i'1Q:l,,.i 1 L.-x -5-4' -- ""'e"' " ,Y , , , A Jzvmty-one 5, i, r ,Edward Alvin Grape f MANKATO, MINNESOTA ' Sendaitorialg Appointee ,KMILNNESWOTA 'ZGROGPH 5 Sergeant, 2 5 Choir,.4, 3, 2, 1, Furlough Ban- quetCOII1ii1-ittee, 3 r " 3 1 RREPRESSIBLE, irresp,o1n5i1ble,Groop, a 'man,WhO has made H1-ally 3 bG5lfff'I1 ' N pafh irl the Corrfs from garden. Bur thegmfarfy hours he"s sperrpsfhere have not changed his quiet, surnnyenafciuvre, for hehas evenfbeen reporteeddior sfiggihglthere. There has lgeerra 'decided rtralrrsiormafcidh iii hirrilfsince his erniraxice here, howeiier. 'hefen1:ere:dl,fhelwas,careless a'n'd'dilsgusted wiqth Plebelffe. :He went to Yeah' carnp a. buck and prqetpy IQW aeademlcallyln his glass.. , ,. rl V l 5 a ,The sQI1,Sle,Qi'1keeLi roliselrvzwfibrrflllsf a valu able QrQQp pbserVa1r1t,a'r1dfiQ1re' reallrzed:fhQW,ffhQ'hadiilalde'-.iHl5jQri1ist'akiesa,Wherr'he saw Blebes the self: Sims ,Hv2de7glave place IO ailisfivlifir' frcjfn 1 .tg ddlr e ilriigjclfif 2?l5Il5lifefaifQri,,,,-hee 'died ' -Y l ll 1 OH 8aVQi,Grn5QpEnWE55ld llflany 'he tells nughereef. Onh1isa,3j'e,LufrlQfffgrom r 'his 'enie fgfiese feiifallded and ' his person aadolinedr ,"' sergfealrit'sllelhevhehsg-f and ,H effleierruc Sefgganfllge made, too. A-Biltnene he 4 rather uncererrroniously ,tcpssed a Fourth-' X5 Q classiman a glass. Groop had heard thelcall of the g l Mlilli'onaire Squad, his chevrgiiafiuce career was, l smashed, as Was the glass, a11fd'Groop was wel- l l comed baek tp the bucks. W , fevmly-two -., - ,. , , .-...f..-..,:-a..-....f V .--..--,Y-M WT- .-- . ' L Harry Bagnlaafm g 1 ,, 45f SheTman ri , A .LIVONIAQ YORK, ' U Q Q ointecl from Thirt3reNinth 'District' I I A PP ' H .V .NEW YORK.. 5 H A '+2fMooN1Q' on D rr E5 W q , " ' .- , - R "A" i Acting Corpora1,r35 Sergeant, 2g Company Z r ' qS11pfp'1y Sergeant, 2,.IQ Nfarksman. r 4 r 15 r r ' - r r A r r -a , A ' A 1 . ,iA..f a i ' 11,, T ii fir A W ' 4 , V , l ' ' ', ' H UR flfrsat-Tim,preS1S.iOn of Hairryi was that he. Was a real p1ebe,. who believed in r d0i1I1gfh,i11gS tfirllra plebef' Asia result, the "'CoIri7' took iln tow, and' Began 5 r ' fco train 'hiII1-ffQIff3.- Ara.1irkoigng make. Hawrevefz suchApro'sperityfdid not - agree oe'- W ithvHaar1iy,f fiir-,Q gffhis own plreberd.ays,ahe',5co'u1Vd not overcome the gfdeisire Lowtrain His l'plebaeS"1jhebSame Wayj Ofupouergse,,.ift"vga,sn 't long before ,he W' joined'fhemerry thro.njg"Qf,aprofrrlenaders'oirj,tljeirB'eatei3QpaAthS1. ' ' " C "Q 7 ,"' f,H5arry's slugs, vdis-kreagrriieiljegf s'omef1sfHat2..and?h.eiBeea'h'1erather inE1iHerent, 'vifrjgblass rank andfilmiiitrary status. 'But natu1're,'fefHCiIen1'a1id possessendo '--' af-lovebf slakeg wilt Wasnft long 'before' heiregaiknegl his old, time a Sergeanfc, he I -hge a SUp1gLy'Of f?llGf8YA9f11d' Cnfljgslf -... 4 JQ . ,r M .v.-fA ca11f5iZ5VXhg23fga1j,,,afnd does I L .q,, in at . 5ifiT1125!Qfi'S'r1Ci2,fffg22,if-Vto fi-ghffaidrfwpfks ayyar L, Q . eaa rreeaeerr aa a r a Hifffsil' 5Qh0iC-Clif ,a'Ai if , . ,-f9fF': .Q ' ' e A, A flea-f'55iizn.aqkacbi:,Bei1ifg'r'ra',Ieaderg hqi-muse ,'.,. f ihe Inerid,FOf'55CC'SSfsr: e f 'VV-,' A A - ' 'V ,,,r . V 'Vr" 'aaea 4- f o I - '-.. af , , e- . r , x ,. .f +1 ,a W V , , , , ,,-...,.Y , .rewnzy-zfhrfs X 4 ' ly. HAPV A "1 ' s " , Q ll . J ' ,, i R01 X ' A Q l Appointed 1 ? ff?" ., ' ' l , QAE-Ig1?fQRNIlf'j'Y.,-- N , ,fs -,ffzff-'ff ' ' ' ' . A 1, 1 e52?4SE5Tf3?hOQts6iQwAgt1ing ,Qorpo1 GQOrEygrag5 if mg- 1 .mNQs5QN,.,-x V -M., N A i , l- ,mffzfr .' i 'gag 2 fsoslwfi wid s s Ilia: ' A, f' ' R1 f'q,,x.m -"- 12, ' -5j:: '15 Q 4, 41 w ww 35 S0n mm1ttGCi,'l34si,.2C5il5'sS. il ' Y if ,dr ',. Us 5-. C .,, li-'Q-fu -al Ilvhl - F uf 4 ,v59MIQQ5iBEQSs1dent. 5 5 A vi? 5513- - . R ' 7+ A-s f 'N .,.,, ,, . V , .. ,, ,-Y . s 'QW ' ' "ZZ: , -535' ,'f"1fQ, , ' 1 A 4 'f'-f A A 1' -' ' I award Hof chdmgginghe alvwayvs.,-had a in lo-vrf,l,HarH'4sQ,g,i V "' 4 l - ,l 1 bglieve, '.V p-moved hisf-'undp1n'ggPi,,hQVvT:xf,QTf?Vfggv F i fiigtog 'On.flTQ3:12"famous Clioir trip. ,,As3,'.'Q,Qs.gAE:i1l1TQ,'flilillliizlrew 51555 HE2fffiE5f"a d- , Q, Sebtihd class yieaigs-sa -se51:gQ35ncy.,V. .Howevengf,liQ,l1gggs2always A.be-Sn?-gspwgqny and 'Qflfiff rt', J ,',. 'igndfdflie'lMi11ioiidirkS'1iSqii2ii'd4lQst a r1gE'mb5g-Eisif wilfiom it7walS'i1i1f9JAaQ2,3Q-,Wkygn Iigiinie left l"fl1Tfe5H1nkS-, V, I " . , T, - iff" "W .fl-'B qi ,5g1fln,ciiQgigingil5A Leiifhas always lbGC17iQQhl'lC' Qi the mcjst pQpiinQLa,p gl fhe 'HOWLffZ,ERlfStafl','Vice-Presidenlt cifwouri-clirss, aid 3 rlbeostgg- of-alll 'he has beeing worker fof the C1a'ss,iand for ffl l lV51f4,-:Lew hasibelen in evenythingh,-tennding 'qosrelliieve Ql'f33-Q3:i5i.,Q.Q7 l X then monotony of jghe -daily fgrlnd. His I!1L1s,1cal I- agbility has -alwaysjbecn at our disposal -'g.I1d'hE1gS l Ablggn reslponsiblenfor rnainyfpleasalnf l1Oll'ITS1,,2ff' the .box of "rnakin's?-'li'i's allways full and -q.. ggpen for fliefpassseriby touenter, rollihis own, and Tgryifshistichanch ax bealting Al on the latest rumor. ' Lew has boned the Field most consistently. ,Z ' Wg3ll.l:ipQsted Oni his branch, determined fco make fgnfcjflicer in 'this best.sense3Of the Word, hisVsuccc-:ss is' c6r'fg,ain. ' ' . 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It was Jake' s fondeef zf' 52718 V' :,, EALQ, rfiiike' the swimmeiggjeh-team A f V::-V 'AYG , f 'P "'4Jakg..:1Qie5seht1a11yN121 tygeggwho coriipels fuend- A I., W X 1 ship iancfgood feeling. done rhuch to fosteriwi i:,, ' 5 1 V,-' ' gogd spirit, and old cheer will make himvan dfAEifery6ZfE1Qoj1nested with hinfrlczvrry 3 1 on ,to the Alast. :1f f V' e ,' X if , A V A I lofi ,Q .YY,- --.7-,?F.?m-..,?.,.,-.,-f ,....f,,,.. ., . - wf - - -, '- I I ' LLL, Lf-Qlgglggrgxnm' . f,l,,.,1:L .,,.. - 4-,-,u.f, , , .fevenzy-jive QiMike,h1as, neverphad his 'sleeve Vtaimieflriyiiiithttaftoucth .Joi gold. i'This has never'causedfhirh7an5g4sl'eepless l A l l Mil0'Bens0n Barragcm r ALBERT LEA, MINNESOTA l l Appointed from Ftttt District l i W MINNESOTA 3 "MIKE" Fencing, 2. " EA! there are some nice-looking femmes around here, your,elimate's,prCttLy A fair, the scenery is passable, but you just ought to come outftoMinnesota." lVIilo's strong for his native State and 'wa-nts the world to know it. How- ever, he has some wonderful stories of Furlough -there. ' r lVIike is just one of those slow, good-natured files that sort of counterbalance' the l"fox-terrier type of runt,'7 as Major Oflie calls them, and soirnaintains equilibi rium about the Point. Every class-has ,files like him, and somehow the 3.tfITQg? sphere would not becom-plete without thern. ' if you are all fussecl up about a skiii, -alniexatrn, or--'fwhatttnotf asour disrtinguisfhed PhilvPrOf,Would sanygia fewgniiiniujges with Mike and you seem'broi1ghtebacikf'to earth you about i'Milos ii , ttl. of saying thi'ngs+that sort of,Vellvetilbfeiwfliilose 'Www' E Hi ii 1 5 'ophy .Aon life that --soiothesv ancf' tc1ui'ets-opriep. j,He 1 and the skaegs are ,boon eompan-iofrs. jg' 3 4 His self-satisfied'philosophy itself in , ,the -'I11a,12?G'ef"of chevrons E-as in everythiifng:' .iir el-se. p nights, for chevrons offer no alluring-.intdliiicementisfl L to him.. VVe cannot reconcile Milo and chevronsf f Heeis' a buck in character and at heart. 'It would sort of gripe our aesthetic sense to see Milo in chevrons. He is just an all-rounclgoorl. fellow and true member of the Millionaire Squad. ' n E l .rfzwz ty-.fix I , A A o 'P .-,V -.T 7 -:A-m 7,1 '- Robert Earle amozltoon A 3 A ANIBRIDGEQ PENNSYLVANIA ' from Distric? Y .,,A' t i1 ' ' ' A BENANxsYLyAN1A A - Q o A4fHAM,7, n'B OAB"' f A A Q 'A .fSh2rPS'hO01:erg Aiffing 'COfpOna1Af'A31,"COfpQfaf13 ji Light-:na nt,' VQJQ: Ig Hockojf, -Edifpor MQ' C. A. Handbook, 25' Choirg 3, 25' ,, 5 Y si" '- F'fY'5i'1 A, A A Aw . g.,,'3f:.'Ay , 'A - A, i,S.t!arw4V,A Az, A A--,, '.-f:v pw- g .A f-' T ' V. ' ' V ' ' -A 'first days, of' fplbbedom, Hafnhgs evvex ,V77 b Ben of the 'cav.1Mffig'ihf1uences among, us. 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'- ' ' ' 1.- fgigiggfcomp1 1s'heg1g2h'1s" h'1gh sense of honor andaof -3 all l 'CO as 3 man f L ' .A fuand a C23Hi?LiHe5 ' 'V ' ' 3 Q E1 v b aaa ' 1 ,-9152. 4 V .- .., .,..Y1,:-- .. "Wm-W-P':i'nf'f1-'f?f1Y"'fTF' W- v '- ' Qi' I' ' ' 1 " L' ,. Y ' ' " - 'L' 7 . ::.c4,.-4,J1,,fAn- X 'v::, f, f-mv -- :ff -' ,.:1f-'.f.,,,, 1-15. V- wk, , I , L' ., -:1 Q, z 11. -K - ff-'i3'1..'.5.1.1.-.L...,,1,.,.:- ,.-1....Q,...-,YA-,...,,., if eighty-:even vf f 1 I 23 I A f'-'bf A do L e" r ff-e . . ' ' . - 2- A--afar Q V Q 5 ' ' ' ' 'A' - ' 3-f". '1 ' eJr'-1'-'iefiis-15.1-ii'ff- I--'fi iff 5 A. ' .A .Q gS'Q3Zen7clriiDistrict li. QFREDDIE75, N - ,,'.' - CKQKIMDD nl' A I AC.ting"Corr3ora1, z,1l'1g.e.Ch0ir,r'l4, Hundredth Nfight, Camp Ns Ifllll1T!'1lf1'l21fglOIl', 3'g Plebe Fi LL. ii ,X V W 1',' g HATl'S all yzhatilrow afboiit Fl No,'i'p's' notfa figh1,ir1ore:1arfj? sorn iriotgffifls, ' i not a dragging forrnpationg, Hoi yep-Q ,minstrel sh'oWge+o1ilyigEr'eddie-telling" 5 eoeneinof his grinds. And those other files are just thfefueual lidgeriers who g1s1s,emb1e'a:t,i'th,e sign off ax perforrria-nee. Anybody Whoihaps ever ll'S'fxCIlCCl'.fb ifliis , i'3ilver4'go'ri'gvuedfverrdor of grinds-grind'S'1nCW and grinds Withilorrg Whiskers+linoW5j, what if is :po have Freddiqfgqik. 2 A - 4, r .Y , 4 ij . , Whenrhe isa-'iP1'elbef habit of laughm- .needless,toisay, 1561 ,dearly Qfor it olhi-pnoset-o,CQei5Sions. itiwas the Sofififhatrcgulki-hot?lcirig.be hide, DiespiiieLQh5i,5Areserrrbiliiice li:of2i'i'oei'tafin merrrber 1 friend iuvbn -Hinienbufsgi' WfimiisflSH114m"QdiSipsQs,iriQ.n,.,.11.2sgfmQQ:eSmi'6s?'.55992221 ldi5app g3r.E a 1 l .b',f Q 5 , o... fglqgn f -', lsiiififdefl?lfii?1i5if'5Hff!22iHgH1f6kiC A A'.h '.,.i him El1eis,.QW1iP fof fi r .iiggfufiie grizaiigrfggggezbpgige. .sc rd llfrkfddiff,.1iyC5Q.115i?1?5wiiliiyrigi'hapPYf'2t11f5UMs4Q35?15fQ1fr.rg , - , -,' ' . - N"- -f .f y L, .mgx4"-- if . ,, J goes, cheerfull3fjg 3bgbr11d 'Wheri-the time for borgingig 5 1 - 3 iborriegy-,5b,uerns hiiafhyiigfbeet, ,orgaohrnvg Qhe'5,.,no'I siife' fl - I of? uiinalrly tor, F75 ' teome forth iHe ser- ' backs in -ichey Will? long, l A and lwe that when tlfferee is" 'Work to do, it A .-.Q l Freddie will give his best, with a smile. 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S.tfagtE,.,Wliere the . g grass grows bliife and thoroughbreds fareiound., k " " r H Bill is one of those pesky little, mischievous, foxeterrien that 'furnish the. thorns in the crowns of our dignified Major and the otheriipoiitens,-that be. p His ,distinguishing-cliaracteristic isghis love, nay even passfionffor raisiiig-fthat which Gen. Sherman so aptly stated War Was. Quick, vivaciousi, with little devils continually dancing in his eyes, Bill is nogt ia man-who brings laurels1an'dQlioriors to ol'ciEaArniy for great athletic victories orifeats, of strength, but he is onefofithose irgZslli's.pensable hufnorists about the Academy that add to the lighter side of life., He ever doing his bitttoward raising our spirits, with some little joke, or sorne little pranks on those Weighted with authority, Worry, and cheyrons+all these last are- synonyrnous to Bill. They get peeved mornen- Jglg i',, Q, 'rgl gjti A .U tarily, but When' they see hiin .laughing happily 5 W ig- v , l their scovvls break into broad smiles. " ' .1155 " X And the femmes alllove him.. List! H you . B o ' ,i g- .Were a sweet young thing, dazzled bythe-glorious K. , 4 . E g i --ah . W iq Sheen of' lQaydet,gO,l,di andfione of' 'Htherni Vllest , .' A I 'Ls 'ii 5Eo'ints" vvaisf "" 12Gilo'okLin your eyes, spout love, H A .Q ,,,, Browning, Kipling,,and Irvin Cobb, would you l ' .' .L :run avitapy? If, furthermore, this gallant did all l inlthe iapprovedigusuthenu style, With an ff M .erotic dbawn on at 'frosty imaWn" accent, would i 'f Q"fi'?" 'rffixg you say, "Ah me these, Kaydfets are so deceit- U . o, you, would fall, fall hard, and stay there asthey all do. That's Bill. 'We all love him, toon He is companionable, generous- to ia fault, and a true sport- He loves l ' . N. T T i fs.: jhorses Wi-th a love enduring, and has his eye set , 'fi i ' - I. 'On the 'branch of the yellow stripe. so ee e s ee-i ninety -2 2 E L -+V-V1---V . M, .-.AWVAIAM W gf- -Q W V . -K z fk,..,V.. l, - 5 it ,. .. Y - r , 1 , VL 4, f V ' , . , . X , , I , ' :fgm ':'-, gg 4.g g ,z --f:jA:.,-:fly .I ' .t V - Q3 ' " L? 1f'?:lf" A Z L'3,7'5f'?31 Q, 417' Nj ,. 1 , " f,Lf1Q1i?..2,1fflfw "'.1f1f'Q. A 5,5 A.,. ,,g, ,j ,ffffj 'L t ", t A t l' f ' t L, -NH.-ll., 2" f5i'X M' - ,tux ' 'W cc ! 77 ' oo G Q U3 I ., SFT' ' ' . ,- if -' 5 ' I : w :Ji -qw.. . I -1 ' . 1- "f, 1' .. . W, , ,gg V A t A ',' ' ' -4:1-1 3 ty l lf""1-QQ X x . il i h ,fa Q., i5EE?iv.i.lj.1 AVNN .W ,1 Ii i, M b --Q 'f-- ik " "fSi'I.1f"ff. E' V H lfwif' "lV wg , QE Z H18 heart are .hiss-experiences' .A. ...: . tty ...,, .f . and f1gUff25,g ?2 "', about?" 5ii51Q5!?1f9sFfl3N510-iigG291s?iHY Subjgfiiilfffom fY. df ',.A . Skii- s e tonglggitt "'A A t't7 f5" 1 ."AA -,t,f .. ,tt,E anlfjy fibiiitgl Fifi? Osell,-few: QSWTAIV ,i - an. W -' 76 ' zffffsi fl A fi ff " ' '-QA 11 Q ":MfA i 1 .. .f..,- ,, 1 '-1s? ,1f' 4' .1' f Y' ug? f--asf 4-as W not eww' man Whomff' t edately ln hts saddles . ' between the Q 7 "'L A but there, Hanley fm, a Avictim of the f-atqst. " 'the time Whip he carriedgggggg inspection justf.5QgQflet"-thsqflf ' ? ,E?62fii?2is1f,pEf6-se'n,t? agz5,j5g,3gfflH'af'F fnemoiiitlizliiynight ' if Whfihl He fiifa madlyrfifhrough the ff fl Af V.,, Ladi'es3"R6f8'fr1 at the' pursuit of his f1e'er-' .H A V-C13-Well of at Wife? , ,lT, ..xV, ,EZ ' But undCEI1E-5611 ,,:g ,Qighifs cosmopolitan: there is a si2n9Cfgf2S.Qandffi3ns:Ci'entioQNs man., ffast, slow to' bqfgtfijuicxk ttgresentfan ir1sfQ."2 3 - fringement ofhhtis rqiglgtsfhe is Hfightytfiopulaltirlywiiifitu if f ??7g:i'f1.--,tthose Wh0...F?.QllE?t , .tt' t q' ' s -ts" "'A"t 37' '-" t,t., tt 7lfi3fl551t Q ' "'3' if ' U -' 3' ' 'nimfty-one .x H-K., - - W--H --f--fvvr. Nm i. "f q"W'f, . .. ., H - . wi-:-Q-qv, My - , -- M- - - :-:1-- -s 3 ,iigf-..f. '. 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Appointed from E1129ffD1str1ct Q, - af ?:fii2?'fo - 'FZ Q l as MASSACHUSETTS A' -or 5 , BILT1-52, . is l to i. i 4Q f I I Lf" , , r x.15'f ?51.,!- . Year .. ,. A V w,L,. , ' N" N 5: si .V . ,, I ,. is . ' ' .A,. ' 4' ' t H lhaidwmy 'zfwkwg 0' f V " I zwelzmdjilfthe lots-1waivj'jgrimgj!3Tf' iilw 4-if! l ,- Y ,,,,.. - i A, "gif, ,rir V 'Qs .i - Q-F L li.Y :SELL L V- 4 is uncleifesti-mati.nQ5phe ssitigifftioni' Xa ifgiyoue -doin' ' look A A atghisspictuine.11.Besidesj,.f11ef'wasbfought up by' a 'maiden .N 7 Q i 1 lgoldgenthair'ed.is-isteirs, JSO notf? 'Biest ffiend to all the'2marrieclFw6'iiien I-of .the post, ancl' to ewfefy attractiwe femme sufficiently'ag'ilie1ial55iZef:,tl1e ears, Bill ' ho'lQsg,u'nd'i'sputed'pos'sessioniofg,Qfthe class tefacupg 'HiS'lS a double-edgedf'to.ng1ie'with ' awgfgather though. we always thiiflciof him with a large P. S,-Con-st-ant in ,g,'jgQljis4.make',up, it is not always a case of silk gloves and' a hop manager's slash for . Hehasieven been seen withitheasweat of honest labor on fhis chin, during Fur loujgh, with a platoon' eommaindeils whistle' in it ' ,..,- t .ts.iMg. his teeth, -crawling through the rank vegetation a spotless 'golf green. Yes, the samefcountry elub where he established 'an outpost one after- Q Hoon with atwholegcompany of rnen+afro'und the piano. For Bill ijs I1:lSl15'af1d possesses the gift of trueileadership. Hefknows when and where and hows to lead his men so they twill always think theyaie going to the finest show in town. Q 1 one lzmzdred two "iw-:r.R ,ficafii-5-'---, A ' ' '- ' .,,. L'--" NX T3 6 -'-A 'Y "'A -M fd- -fe V---A ifffisf , x e A F 4 . 1 - . -,ggi 1:-gg I f if gl Q 1 2554, 'k.,',, ,.4, A M zeeller 4 ' I ' '-7 ' .e A J 'bffgih X , 'm e , , f 2212 :Qia- Mfffv W e . Ei 5 and RC282i1H'QQH4elQSUQei2lW E562-lf, 2, , 3 :I . ,sq.,,.-2,17-5 inf'-'qjy-.,,ff?? .3 M., I 12 dredth lghghft, 3,,412f9Pf1Nlf?We5f5f'fear,gA H14-?Et51B5 - .f ' . , "Ai-Zf32fa--542?g,r1, U. f-4 -MT 'VFEMQQQ-?m,x.,:?w V Sb meefPCa...3s , e K x I' -Q ,4,.,, , iif that P , Miller, ff, that WQS in OUR' first dfawif ' "" 1 anve itl ' VQ': the 55GQQk fem Was3ih6fiif?55?QFe1 Qi x1hCeBl2itfS'1iOH- A1fh QHE1UvTffS -" 1 . ' ' ' 5 e"'f V', , v' " .A,, ' J since. Whenever "TFT old Wordsthat used e ' street, 4 'cWhere's 4 .,.,V.', -.,.,V , ,.', . .:,V 1 ., ,, .E in ,. ifi5z L3-l,a,:1 .gg--. 1 .-Ir, 555,155-4 fx, e , gzlizivzgw ' 1 . ' 5+ Q 'EU ,A 2 Lg- e 1, . ,.-,gg:L4s1w:iL.4,1,.,,g-,,.,, , A, 4, .--W ,,..,.,.Y one hundred three A , ., , K- Z, YQQV an .. jzsizzzw H... , V' , V NIIZZ. -' ,,.. I , ' , V . . , , A., . - ,x 2 -- ' . v ' . 5, ,I-I-Lt,-' 552- 4: ik... + , : I I f,, -J.. Lf . sa ? ,gf1iARKEj'RsBURG, VIRGINIA .ifz .r :,, A ' . 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"cast litflejelhaidfqws. alwgys' cgmes ufp Asrriivlimig. n ' '4A' ' Flintarion 'has no -QmQ..p,ergq5his'iselling Qffeeiueriner than' 1fRa.r61y7iaaif?.e?1iFend. .5135 S Se si: A ,doesiigitl vhavegfio n g b a c k S r l 10 W ..f' ,". ,dailyg ' ' i ' ' 4 r, wg 'A'3 i3CfCfH:1QLzxa1fiQs2zffnf'f2S'e-Q2ffm?f11efi?M2Z1i1fi1i:"f2-sk f ' 'edabled Kim :gb g Wand' iebirdge hh ati" A29 th'e'Ab:oexi1ig, mom. Hi? cegdlfiiefy-e 1551 V hZf'5fi5fifaQQ,11S"to riiifehfche magnify ghq .1661'1'?f"Y3 i. oi ighegA.vi2t'i'on7VSed1vionY fgf Eddie, A NIay'h'e get his fjrsi Boche soorifff' e e ' V ' L ' " ' . e " " Qi F 4 el our 1l7l7L!ZI'f'd four :- H "' ' ' 'i"'TT""?7:FvF' 4 'Z"F'3T2i?E2'Y'4"fLf5'7'N"'MH H ,af W -1 A 4. -,Qu - -:V 115'-A-g?4.:Qig5,-r, 44:3 :Qu ' -z -cw-n -- -iii' QF W .J 4 ..Qgr.aS5!? --..,f""f1,"".5 ee --'-,-- - :qw-r -A.- . .. . . ..,,,,,,,.. , , , , A 5 ' ,G - ' ff,- " ' N . ""-,f -ry", fl' " 3 4 ' 1 ,",L ,f'?"7f' 4- ' -, ' , - 'f ' -. 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Andy '-if vwill his tria1.e,ifjzg4Xl'1"Qiight, e'f' Q ,..A , -.-,,g,' ,ff M' L ,e - - ef- , ,J .' 1 om' hmzdrfd jim, 5? -X ' ' "" if 5' . fLsrlfifpfJ?fi9fl .fi-f'1ifl1f 1 W- ' 3 ' H 3- P- , f ' 'Eig,-,fIjE:5rZgr,fM ,V 54. E ..'- r "" I ' - .-sire' " 1.f : " rnesi VV L, n ' ' . rea? . PORTLAN FQQHNEGQN if , V. I 4.5224 Q., f' ,rg Appointed from Tenth Districgil ig, ' . Q ,, Q 'T l F , IQWA if-. K 1, N przsffff .ww 4:fg3fg,,,,.f-- 'f,gtva5,e953fqg, as - 9 -,Y xc:-3': " V- 1. ', 'ny . ' ' , - ... or . -'-- ,, . 'X ' ,W P ,a , fi 49 ,. X f.1 Efiglfl 1' - f K, 'Y' " if "ii X 2 -Ms1P 11rege1j,4s or ' 1 2 ."" ,. 5' . , '- .Q - G: 31151 '13 W'prif"?f"5Q-oLJ,. V ' rQ:4a gHer1y,g.,e3.5r-2., fri FCCTL-fail Ag,.A -. A ' ' A A z -s Wlgggirgjjgvgspector ,I L- if ' l r X-1,2 -if .,Q,rff'fli1Je'a 1' " 'ref-' i"" r ' " : Venti chianapctefism.frsf.ihf9z'11'fmas umlllafgff drgpgg-1t1Q12i45 ISSVCTY S1.1e1fn4asfudgana,r5ely ,ww'5'arxYJrC5zr115ersfhi0Hfksiiieege-fro - -ghmswerwr-A Q e - ques7g1oQnf.'+ Then he alyvaysl-sp'eafks'yfr1?rhadel1herafe1on-aQn,d gogfdiifasfeaegxeon- finuies to remain in hiss-shelln - ii, T I f e L 'wi T ' , K V I. -- . 1. , ., : V ,, '. J, i k -. 'I Lvl A J YV F N N 1411.2 L:4J11?:,2l.,Q' V31 , .N no Gruhn 1SA'QIflC'Of threrghgampion prac'git1Qrrersgof theggood-,gldlirnxat-tress drillyeggid is ' me is fortunate for Astudioes'jhaveH1ever'proved' of.s1frQ1El5'lf5:j'Qs irggwivsas, he lihajggaged to get al rna,Xin1um,g!nounr of sleep Wheiiever sleep was posslibflef? ,- "F ' ofii171E57lGruh1n'sifgreligi.on.een'gers around the 'lnfabnjgry oulrnall and IHfafnfCgY lffbllljliica- 'An'renthusiastiefdievotee of the footfsloldier-he has 'ever been, and li-QSYBSC-11911 ,devotion with diligent and thorough preparation at thersarne time. In order P to increase his elliciencjfg he .hgserfkept himself f 5 ,Liguria posted on the development df, every branch and Al 4 service. This habitn-of Vwork 'of Gruhnlsfcvom- -5 l lf A bined with his' qualities. of perseverance and j T' . independence! will do-much itowards- esthabliishing l ln fl'1lSiSUCCCSS in the Army. - 7. . h , F . '- I Q! r l 3 I i , 1 ,' i l i our lzuvzdred .fix is--'ff--Ksw-n-W A n 'Miiillff ' ' ' X H . . tif. ,f"5'f-if I ?P5f,fnI52 . ' ... 1 . . ..', 1 ., - we "--N . H z, , AA g..ff.ff,r441.Q,ff ,, :c312m'f2-1 ' .. fl mfr ,1.35,.. 1 ' ' nf gyfwg 2521. ' wwlffzsree, gfsfbw 15fjf'ff'?' .bv . 11i1f'.."iE .WASHINGTON ' 1 ' . -lf f -'Q N Lu-A F X' fmQsg.gi'Qffsa..f.wg' srisifffzzi W, . f in . W 1.W1sEf' . a'QsHa1111t1e , X jig . w-:Sf ..:1fl,e's1.mzni.'g,z, A,-' 4 32.1,-Ik " ,1 ff,U.gs , IL '- if G -1 , ,M E, '- and a 11ear'c5av.sej?b'3'gjsaQs 5-Q-CH Optimism faking' with - H g ' Vsflffi?-1' 111.54 ..,, .- 'L "" " 5 '-,N 5 iss f',, QQ. A ,'.. - " 'fi ff Though sfgsfscd ofi ag: stnengqfs-V. turnfiaifbiiitjisffforssaflifetifbs, but has a-"1iL,? .,f. ' .K -L ip- -ff? . f"'- 'nn-,qv , 'M " ,. 7 ' inning is .hAiSfnSf.3liTii2Qiiig qgmund. His "s6'sn2to11f:rr1',.XfG5ici5 P ' . . L. -" A W nni- ' V b frarfhgefknswsffaxm-.loves Lhar-Army 'C521I1f1A..- - C1 f 'feffnlf hE:,,ha'5:11ii6npQ.bEaff1Vb'asi?i for his chev- .- : . 1 n .. W ' V W- .. s s , EL' our hearts. When- ' 4,1 A3 picks up With'a . x V Q f s '23T6ff?eu1i6i"'?1?5Ei'11?6 ff" is dn imi C S Oriess as , ' .W '11 , b ...riff - th! fn 1 f d 'f 11. .3 K ro.un?51s." If in the days to come A Jaeross Kewpxe 111 Moi-,flvlau s Land, no A i n V . -, 5311- . V K- , , ,, - :WL N 1. rl 1, , 1 V V .gan k11l thejoy mvour, hearts. - 2. ff .4 f .. 2 y . W .. . 1 ' i..:". 5:51322 .W , Q1 I wg, 'ig' s -.gg 3 L , ' A ,.:. . ff-fn-nn nn n f 1 '- ss., ' ,Q .. Q, ' W. . om hu ndrzd :wen , K -vm, A -wg.,g::g,c,,X ,--V-fm. , ,, I ,- : I P - , .4 -.1, -q::5.kk.5:' ag. 1, .,,-.-V0 -W.. - I. l ' J . ,:' , ,. 1' ,-1-. . , ., ..., , .. . A 3 ' ' E . ,::.-'af' - ' 'ifi'-5123 M.,- , , 1 ,. - - Jffiss. " ,swf waz- , ,. , , , ,W ..,,., , .,,.. 1 1 ' ' 3 , ,f,,--:f' , 5' i . . ., , , 4, ,,.. ., iiiiit 2 4 l f 5. i '," ' YORK :.1 District , r. V 51 ,"VL i i i 5 L,ieu.ten,ai1t,gf2, IQ Boxing Squad, 5 Ferif-'V f l Qing, ii', 3'g,Hmi,d,redth Night, 4, AUR cherubic .rosy-cheeked, b1O'nd-eheaiifgii Rierfel, iAgiriie tyVof',Zsep,Q,1Eiigff?i1i' . phases to his character which he never 'alllowsjtofovienlapp fiynlis arid'- i ,ether military du2ties,'Pierre is the stijhhy, j1ogial,Vwellfmet iife, faiflwiiysreacly for sczme fun-,' In ra-nks, howeiqeiif-5s this njgture istiset asiilef in iivdriof Ehe stegiier' one-. 'Hz-:'ave up 'mtichtcf 3h,is,i-Ililufflcugh toe Qeheidevelcpment of thllSdliglP7CC1E'L1 N 'side' of his character, but-did ,not do so at the expensge' of 'ghe gfgfidiifellow fi him. 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You will print your ,reports herea A Wlhile on Furlough, Harry went toaa camp in Nlaine, Wherelphetaught' his favorite eziereise, namely, how to take ,a hurdle Without touehing either sad le 'or' ground. ' For some unknown reason, he Wasea -Chfaghged' mean -When. he arrived ,bacllf at Wl'e'st,Point, August 31s-t. Nlany people remarked about it. For one- thing he was made a Captain and, of course, had to uphold the dig- nityfof- the position, To some people, Hawkshaw seemrsw distant, Cold and exclusive, but to those vvhiqlinow him, Harry is a true friend, ever ready to help another out. He has always stood.. up for thosegthings that were for the ,good of the Corps. A He is very dissy-, spoony and military, though rathergoaty in studies, but goatyness is no true test. When it comes to leading men "Over the Topfijust Watch "'Handsome Harry" go! ,V r ,, . . . .,. ,nu ,....., . .A , Jr . A-. ne.. .. 3 '52 L, 1 .3 'I 4 ff? P. i lf r ' ii I e I' A. 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' .QZC f two Wishbones and a ' " 'bit-fa-riLpaii1t,,t'oAl1 ,tiwtible void on his sleeve, ' 1 'did q,'3 And today, even' though A ,LA1 downiiivith the dutiegiiofohis office, hisgfffl J :"' of !?"Damage5", is chee.ffgI12'QS tho' A of the nesting O-htinklifbiurd as it cztllvs to its Wall-ey'ed'mate., ' 'X ' '-1 1 QQ t ' QQ t if S 1 t V. l il 't" V IA P , ---o f W, one lzznzdred Zwmty-tlzrn' . . .:. , .... .,, ,, , 4 ,r .,...., 'llll 31 'ix' Q if ": ' ,..A "41 A.2f Fr A' 'A :Z -AZEX 52-f' -',' "1- . '-'f'2"A1v ' Fkliliiillistrict' I s r t r is tl :.,f. a , . .Q .,A. f 1, is ,, -' Q if .B13,Si311f?SS M2h2g6ftAHa11rd5s6ZZiQ, f1': -":" ' 'L' ' ,ROM the little town of Sharo'nfhails o1irfplodd'i'nVg,g.hardworlgfrig Da Helmet is imbued with the idea of hard work -and steady lpflugging as the only iroadf, ' to success. This task has been doiibly ihardr living with out little- Eddie Na- thaniel. Not for his ownfadvancemerit alorieihas hefvvorked, butrfor marry ai Worthy goat he -has also played the goods Sjamaritan. f'Good-rlaturred and ever elreerfulrz. nothing, no matter how serious, can ruffle the-'eyeri tenor of hisway. He alivafysf has a cheery word of greeting' forf,eMeryor1,e. He is serious raboye allf Heihie Will apply himself with a -will toaevery task: ,Heaislone 'of those Who gets worlt frlorniEh1i'sQ -men by Working with them pathervlthiaii,ljyfdriviri them! o e l 1 ,gg t Heinie has not been gifted Wiithsggriyi-supeciaylya.biiliity1gip7riatljjletic-sf l riever been' able fd Participate-' tea 'gQf2IQgf,'gj:if?i sports, asa boosts , ., 1adriiirer the.gn?en who-sma,1g5 ' H H, H H, ,riff t Het''iS"lfe!1ri:fCXtfC131s15f Q,Uli6f'f511'f2tii5 2: Hr ll llfli' 'lil his Worst faiilts his I E - r 'Q ' Ui' Nself., -Hegisffft6'o tisnobitrusijie, -H .Ar--2 ,AE 5 l I 'his1Clhfiffiirlif'sfeetillea We fl p " fy h X ' Ieleiniergaveitasihisefixedxopinion--thsaigg',f hyedfQ fi 1 "5 fii -fbranch was to iliejrisl. i,The,LQne backdhomefavhglg her-th, 'the Coasts, Withfthe' xl if Q, iiiltiimate objectiye, furnisl17Hei1iie1sig ff , V t " ' 'd'iSe. fr' 1 : . 1 ., 4-r:-b . ',-r ' 5 'l'l 9 fi 3? s1.f'l:L3 : ' ' 6 . , .- A,,.U , s, an U . 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Y i A V, ,Barclay 'hcasgalWaysQ,bjeen a high ranlfiiirgi Ihake, and' possibly because of this We not" truly realize how much of a man he? -Was. uhtil.-falter, Eur1,ou'gh.' ,daily devotion to dugg, aheisfiiirtri rigvfhe tralclitioiis and,-glory of7YVe'stflfoint andihis eager wiliingneess. to sa5efiiicehigise1ff'co Carry-me ,img ideals, sihawa Edith, thejman, avsiwewill alviifays' him. p , p ,,4V ,V,' i-is Rather goiity, Bittman has h'ad9'fgci1'sffugglC..biiffErlyj.fiii1lfaqa'de1iTic.iyS?oiiliQ has always founldiilililje to devote mi oY,W i"hi , li , A thorough lspottsrpan, he has hacked ,e - to W -Q li I lxhe limit, ' Socially, ,hej has 'he'en'?6iie'-glolffl Lea.- Vlioundsf of they Corps fsinoeuhis Pleblefxdiafygg this sgamce spifit"has,liept-'h-is roomaV,If1.eQ?6igffigaaplfa'ce ' ,for1con.genia4lvsoii'ls. 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' U f QQDrold Swede, ouir jhaeli allfracles and perp'etua3l,liu,reaiif,off, ' There"s not af subject in, tht World Swede carril'.t.-felliyou S l arnfl 'ineifery diseussion lie'puts a World of en,thu,sWigsficpe,p,,, , ,Q A1 one Time, Swede cherished 'a.rn,bi,tions,fo,r the pluiiiedlhat Qndfredisishl, but rafateful ,eldoir trip blasted ihis 'hopes' and shuntecl hirnjiinto Jzlle, rniqlst of'fclie2kinQlfec:l, sriirits of the buck squad, ,where he soon acquired fzindvretaineudfnhis e,Ha1ae.Qperis'tiel happy-go-lucky attitude, tlio11gh,Ll1e'didV.receive a'serge:ir1fccyf.laifCe in our ,Slegoiidl Aclarssyeaf, e s 1+ , r l e Q f eg - e I Swede is having the greatest of dimeulties in ehQt5sin'gghi,s br:4nch. ,'Ifliait,0Vcfgi3.f 'bilbbling energy offhis, eombined With,,tlhos,e,,,perfE,EfL Gishiiped legs, aslry. 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V,: 'ri .I an H I Y I - , f - , 1 .2 ' of 'flndrrygdiual Sabre Cihgamguon, r 4 :gf .. fwr -.-.x- J . sM,w.:LA.- .1 . , km- .,,. ..,.. gy :4,, . f e - , . e e H., swf " Cf' 0 7 - . . fiiifif' ' . - Qi , W J V :'f:,'f1:f-Li-'5' 1 1 0 I , - N, MM V fl.. fc-Y-.1 .i - f 7 I A - " .. 'A . 1 i"Qf7:l1 4 ' 7 fwf ,-,.....,1. T' 1 's HARLIE Bla:n5g5lg.gpd.a1s from Teprasg and he lhas,.bno1ggl51 h1r515EglJl,,jherbnoiif'Qi:g,:x ' ., -Q2 -'.' rfff- g. . -. K f neg 4" f5i5,,gqqi.g-' i., ".7v.,-gf.. Fig' 1 ' . m mmdedr, hght-hearted. sp1rr'tNof the AllwaysgwearrrglgigsggigmrlrlefgoQthrsqgge A . -face hedhas not allowed' hrs everllpresentipgood nature..'to-Z-Bimiiiseta-by l ofthe trials' of our draflyllrie. . . Q 4- 5- A f f ' r f , I. . ' A.,, V., , , , ,,. 0 Q , 'l. Q . 1 :,,9"' xgfrfif' 3 f' f Too hght to-,rnake'thefb1g sqlrad, Qharlxe was one of Culllilmisfbestsdguarter- . backs. However, it is indoors thaf he showshhis blood.. He'-iifgsuwmlember l 'J' . .. ' ' , , . . -. .' . P 7 ' '.'1 , ze, , 'ofronr Wrnmngxbxloadsword tea'm and 1nd1v:1gh1a,l ch3mp1on ofthe Qorps. Idffeggwgkgd . the boxing title in 'the Weltepweightlqdjwisilon -in our l'?a,s,t".tWqlQme,e1sg fi 1 fQuick,,rclever, and carrying, a puneh in both hands, he has 1be,en.:fhe?bes?d.l52diCr " 'Cokplsf has seen in some fiime. 'L' . l I Lf-Eg. -fiffj - -j',Qg,3-35: l' ' . 1 r :IQ - mg.. .42-Eg' ,ur 1 Charhes 1S. .a ca'refree,,. rnfchlllerent -sort ,of ag A A file 1I1'-'l1l'11I'l'g',S rn1l1tzvry.' Naturally undyssyf hrff, ' ,3f:-1 L., l V . 1 , - 3 ' , L., - A,,'ing,p-'. lx: ' 5,,5',,, A L 1 ffgop sergeantoyvcame as a..s11.rpr1sse.r'Bute-haymfdllgngi fe - , 1 r nfqfdwxh fmxe'-.'eHiC1ency was a:neffe.as1y .:f.H,Sik--559 hmm' " . lgiezsfsgl .IJ ggi: IQ-:1l ' .' jq 'N 1 - I'-f'-ff Y,',:.:F " V ' v .s , . 51 lrfjijir ' lend G Coq tQyLha,1mlQ 9.1-Cl1SCC1TI11I1g' for , f ,..g .Lhelr gmrable tap,Thee.,.P1ebe,s.,know Chaiflre Well. - f , r 3 bug l ps-pw . 1 .3 . 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W- ,, .1., years to piiffgarry H L4,,.':f ' V, . -- f: ' rw be an 111S'P'iI13,UQU to luis: f f W 4 "f 1 f' P 1 A ,P z Tw: -L A,.,L,1gl1lgn,. ,,. -frffd? .,. , 1 : - ' W .. one hundred forty-Him' 7, vi-nf, Q - gf -:gr--73-7--1:55 lyygizp- - .f --' , f V .Q . 51 , Q, . - , 735' , i 'Q -X337 7 1915. "1 ,-: il: .jeial H" f- l i '- j" jf, W v. rfrsif' 1:-.law-ea:-::r4.,v' 5, , . 1 V VA A I ' ffl- if :-l A i i f . ,cz 55, ' A' i l' . -' ' M' fi lv r Q meg ., A .g fixy .' ' i o i llesple ., -Q A 1 BALTIMORE, MAKYLANDA, , r , V J 3 . , - all . l 5 ' 1 , - l 12" ' 31, , figs., R I as L ' 5 1 4 :i 3' iff is ' ,-' -, 1 U 4.3 . 1 , 4 1 -7 , l lSlf1'3llEIQSl'1001l?Ef'3-FQ l lb 'fsiiige-ant, 2, Ig ,- ' -:,- it '-ffm Q f' , W I ' ' i. , -Sr' - V- P as -- .nf '- - W ' l"N s Q' . , , r " ' i i , , Y P A pipain iiiounr. ,rings ,,smeskqi,,cunriing iaziiy uepwafrdijai e i 'redlcomfoitel fsciitening f A the hard ,eliiagi-r,, dQe,par'ts. tl1isfgrpa,teI1i,g,l ' i b and ,enters thatlmystic, rornantjqone whereepeaee and for Gill is a .dreamer even tor 1ghe,J:eXtent oflimakiiigipoefdc outbursts.i"j15ftiijiQln1:.:ihe drives away pare and gloom by tinkling the," striiigs of his irriusiqeabox wniileiiipon his 'faceieomes a"Calim,ll5owji1i1e expressionizas he plays the Misisoifriewaltz. ii ,, ' i 'j.3A'1ifue,:C0f2LSf RSQ,-er, sfigflge' and hopoidiis Gill, ,riever so happy ,a.sQ'i5iihEgrilfilgripping' some ethereal maiden. - A Externally of a 'elreegful pleasing disposition, he possesses a keenly developed Vuaoff-is'arc,asm for Kaydet soirees in general. -S,p'0ony,, clissy, a hard and determined Walkers, he iisias, givgriirgold and more -.2i.- , gold till his cup ofer was full-for. Gill ist l 3 ambitious chevrons as iritenths, and lieworks - , ,for both, ' A V f ii .,f"The Coiazst, theywhole. Coast, and 1n5thin'g lbtgt the Coast. All enthusialsm, about his-Branch, i Htovliimf the Coast 'fwith extra extendedl' is the l . pinQn'aZ:1e of sncciessip i i , 1 , om' lzzrndrfd jifly Tfihpppinted, from Third Distiiiiiiljf- A V. .v,l,,w ',,, t I .. .-1 A ' P ,N QVIKRYLAND 'aa,i:ffifl7' " ,,,C,.m i 5 , Q ' -- . ..- A , :,.f.,3 , -' , A i Q Q, x 9 ,in a 4 4 M w . , 5 ' SQE IERSQ 'HQMEQMAINE ' ' ,' .r- 4fL,,f 1 5 . 1 . 1 54, ', l , , , a I il l ,., 'A of TH ,V.v, 5 jd, H ' l l , ,,4 A 'A' from the ,A'. ,,l, 9 Wm, slow, sudclen, urfex- -," "l'a nd good-natured lhperes-tilriglwithal,V l b,eenj1ilQessgd,W1th be5aul1Qy5'but3it Seems-efifar a fel1ow's fqifflfc in fanotilfiefg in, Mack faxflts his Vgqozjl 'natu,reg, played h,1m3gamggedehim, and 1'- ilpfsfmilling.. . -4 A, ' - ,. iff' ianofthegzoff Mauckls hatpirally, Withfhimi 'lhe-Zallways, '4AA .AQ. least lepqlgi la1ppereCiiaref,his Glini- 'The MJD :'1' ," - u' "- ihlim' "'2f l f: l f,A ff' ' . l AA,. e .':Q. ' A' 5 . V M A pursuegv HegqLiiSgeQQ21gLgfeVertheless. 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V L- stubbornmfisfi of"hjiQz5natura1lM1oQ13iifbb1i5i??fifs1g2g1i11r6'..-We .1 ,- -Q Q ' if .,g.v. - 1 Mil J.,-,. ME- iff 1 - ri -1 f su pwtune-ham crosslng the dmangnonal"Wa1katvmea1 '- -Q n formations his broeigljqsmile and kthatndeep, 'I Lf .V ..- l resonant vo1iGE:hiS,oundingnofH5 'V4Oh,,.2Mr.,OLD,,suhI" P' il "" T K one hundred jifty-Iwo Q ' ,g , A.., .4,W,.,1. H V 7, , g-L , A .ii . I ' v . . 5 Q5 jamlw RaA1igz,s0m,i:fas a -+5-tv w ,, "Hay--1' ' ,gg 1 W ' 1 . J ii? A A. . , N ,.,, A ., , ,,'. i A V- 3 Q. Camp A " 'A A'D 1 , '." "' f M -ff .Bee 'We'6'. ,-QfAa,g 16aSAin6--f'jf35TsOnEff P -- 5 2 A' f., 1 3'-f-'QHrfsffv-f'iJ:i12.6,-f1z'?f11'f:fa.::1ELz- .W '- .VJ -f I 2 P , C rv wax ,1g11fQ23:HfQWSQ1 gSOn g" fbutgalso Of ' .- .,.' 2 ff .-. - ' V, Q fl 4 - ' fi fiib6Vfi.Q:Su rfdCC and -S'fY'ai8h1? f to ' 5'.c.1J':,ij-'ifimj",L,.. - .1if',',.,'3:firlj.i:":1. 1- f'f11..x ., 'T -1 -3,3 T, 'W ff "' 'L frightffcljlmghave'w QnfQ-for:1111m12a!I1QsifOf fflemlss. ff . " J lf , f xf:j'igTf.i:',:f5-JLJT - A , ' f," J-Q f. f- " fi "V Qpigj Whetghgffgzlt befgg thgglndoqr Mveet as an aphlgte, h'elpy1mg. 1p Hu,r1'ckrQedth N1.ght, f 1 Eipggb kioljsigilering "de1ica.tQ3 gioblgihs- wof, the Corps, . 1, f ,'15IffCS Wliafbvleffgdf his Ive?s.r5vti5IEg21gtixijtkbslhqe'isyengagged ' iff ' f 'Xl ,slfx '2:J"i ::.-r-::', f"'42if?"' "" f'-:fifli-'V' !"'-. -1151-f ' .-fif' - YI vi i 5 H .JE " Sang, says .f-f11 rt1e but , fff,-f,"5'i.f, ' ,g-gif,-5 fi -,-'flQ"'-' -.'. 'f' 'Ng s 1 - ,. ,.V ,- V. 1 -Q 1 ,. OQ1S,P1fffS, ..1wCf? ' fr'- 4:31145W-2.3ff.:1j5'i?5i '1I"41:fL5 . - 11 iasialag'-.fnzeed m 3 ' .41f1j'.2f--'-1""'3gf A mQ,"fA:5Q,L' -' ' 1 -V , ff?-fir' -f-. , 'fqxure-,,1 f1Q1pv1's,suggfto:5':m1d f1v1Q-LQJFLQZMPQL-Y. , , I X. 3- r one hundred fifty-three do ? sl 11iealding1h'iS Poadunk and the letterstfrom hisfa,irO1'1,C. Qgoes into the Doughhoyselafter years of constant y gandswith a mind uni-nfluenced by othlersg Squire W, ...,...,-.WI-F.- - .-71 ---,,-. -.--s--- -17:37--f qz- ' .va-...W--.-V---f--f--T-. SY YH in 5- '.-13,-:sa wi- F -4.1.-,j5L'5,. - i , 2: Ziegfgg--ifizfi.,-' 'f M, 3, -,wa r-aqzxgi . . -1. - .-1 ami .:f' ag- a- 2. ':' f Qs. ! , ., . ., ., .x:i1fo:'p'f .V . X , A -rf'-1: g5,.+--V--4'-4.:l:::.:,,G1g:-.aanQ, f , f - -- .ff,5.,,g:J:.:5-::f'gr---f--yiri, Lf, 1 ,I , M ,,.f.y,,iu.- ,f f . ' r' za-13,-:'. H,3,'v,-3-Cn, 'f A 1 - , ' i.1,.:5.f,:,1-'riffs''r. -JMWJW-" l i t Senatorial Appointee f E, LOUISIANA i , , fc. . ,, ..,.,e.,,..- .., f i " 1 ' f il gf AQUfn2rCOrP0ffa1, 3-5C0fP0fQl'5Q331i5fL151l?Q?l2ifaN1la- if A it-.nik 5144 - A . ?zf:Q'Tf:7ififlfQ, ,.,, T " ll Bmlvall, 4, 'l i , N. , , - , ., ee ' k X , 1 1' A 1 f f' s ,Q!- r ,- i1 W.A- 5 of 2f A' -- ,LQA and' fgqait "'? it y ' neorpsn WasfQEea?df'.QfLt-in Qu1riYearling When the f"eorps"'iWere madethe the "'1goats1"ig,y'when tlreioflfieialeiilegisiteri Wasipublisihfed atthe Cf1,df5i25lr year, Squire was againrhgoughyt to our' attention 'AJN as being'fi9aibSg2l,ute goat"'?5'?3lffQur ,olassg and When" we returned from-e-furlough, he found 'himfs'dlif"i'Ql11Q.iQ,lJsoligtewngoait lieutenalnit-a. record to be liroudfof. 'sei A i' e ' "' H ljfgfqugife Qgftjout to be one of the loading figures on 5-the' biasel5allf'iteaIr1,f Prof laid his-'stern hand down and twice 'said -"'Nof'. HoVgeyer,.this,fh!15 yearihas found him gplfaying second with all the fO.EIf1,5QIll-jg? bigleagllsiri . at , f iln society, hisslrniddyle name is 'Elie only thing J,ffQQ4Qi4QlQQ A J QQ we can holdaggainst-l'1ti4m'. Ailittle bashful atgljirst about hops Qfeed hops feiioeptedj, now he never 1 misses one, .His 1l1i7terVagr2y 'education comprises l and 5sp'oony win his. appearance, the randi-hard Work. Openfhearted, sincere, unsielfish, 'aieonsoienftioustu sort 'of fellow that everybody i h likes-+seriou,s, when needs'be and ready for at froliey at all other TCiiDZlCqS. - 'He' has held the Academic, Board iforldowns A Von,,th-ertwo-yard line on more th-an one ocoasiong l but his fightingyfeplugging' spirit has pulled him through.: He Willalways put up a hard, clean fight i againstssuperiorlodds, and his diligence and appli- l-f fcation will pullfhim throughlhis future trials. i e " -. om hundrfd jffly-four ii fi 15 l l my 1 . I 1 . l Q , li-H. l l 1 . if' l ' 'A ' V 6 'P ' .Q .,, l iryry is if y i e 1 -'V Ii ',iffr,i ..-L.f JA f 'ivl if . . f V '.A s ' ' q ??eAReRl6iQLH y , M ,V Ig f in 4593, 2 5f'NuQrrie r:ils l i - Q Y' 4:4 lvx H , ,q ri,:,.xj,j3fifQ l l 14 xr Allv A :VA 1 gi., , , V .MJ ,,. 5 'Q f b, 51, ',,, W f l Carroll is a Offthe Elidlblwed A"x 5 merry disposifiEg'hQgij1i'e ,A 1 h as .zilyiggys 'S?Xfrerrie1y.- 1': V' A':. ,.', Il ggglgr Wiiih hislfliiissiiriitesb and the Qorpsf ' 'ZAAA' , - I V I ,'A ' jj :t1': Q fjff, repras a Qriclgfrr1anQA ZM' fgiujid him' too, ffvh rel 'HS in the' . .4 Nleef .,Q.icag,sihns off wrestlers lip, my :'l' ,sligaslghened "iP 5 squfad, r.'Qfif13.'CuiLirng Out -ihe cfQWd Of like .. h ,pifl :,x 'fill "4' " ,' I . "'1 j W i AQHNQ ,v' ' I A ' 'zii . A lights. Howqgfr eeee 'e A'f' been Cflicient With01!fiiii idriver. ' K 'r1 f snakes of the i ig, :fer every type, he has 'them Li gLf'CSiS5lilg.. 'Q "1: Cullum and V lflirtairion has his YQy5fiT9"ilitfle for "i' 'ihbok andlr.cornerg':"r1' I If i' ' Lo5QalsN-and .enrhusiays.?giC5 'Carroll is a mari xl' A with Whom it is a pl.e1a'sii'rie to come in contawegy -. lil V Although-rather heffhegded at times, his Vriafuuralitf ll good nature.falfyvays'V-iedsserts itself in a'7bfQad,.-,lx ' ?,. V happy grin. G-a,rrQl1's sniile alorielwould Win him 2 lg! successg Combined' Wi,tH',his gglbility, it should carry him faryirideed. s' i Y s L jr ll x.. , ' one hundred jifly-few , .. , .. .-f V ..vaa..r:' . "..'- fix.-afffkrswiffvu ,::'f'f',2-.,:5-f' ' if ah 05? '-1v'1f":fA.'f15 .P . ,,.- ' ,, ' ,Q-.ze-:nf 2 -we-,.yC-W-,.,f .C-1 1 My -Q:z.N2.w.',x3g.-1 1 A653 . .,. ..V'. . - 1 ' A'i' .. . ' ' Id OU f . - l - lsmct "' , J -X '," I - H Q4 ' 3 F f ' 11 '-" We ,f'1f7':-his 4 I -Q' f, -'-' had . 'Wi ' 533 :"g,- 3'-'fri fi fa J ee 1 351922 .1355 1 fi Y' 9, V . V .,.. 'K-22' - ' ,4A 1 ' -i' . ' - 2 f-'T'-105 r L 1,- ..-A f' ff -. 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AN 'f y 'd'V. g:fAs, Asvgigvtalnf,lgusiness Managefg THE My L HOfWgfzER,. glwgys Willing and able to' u1jdertake'yj'1 andypromptlytomgleteeapy'job at hand, he is in Q 'E 'ho small way respuonsiole for this book. e. ' fu N . 'Well may West Poirpkbye proud of .N ,,.,. -v - W 1, , h'-'-"'gAA' " M-""'.fLfA.A "MWA "' 'Q' "" 'Q-A -' W ""' " 1 A om, hundred Jeffenly 4 E3 5:-f - f- ' ' , , - 3 ,Z,-- g' '. , wi' lifglfili. V-Lffgggql?-- ,, , 25 "' ' A--.gy3,::- wg- , ' 2- ,L-3 , 1 E! 1,1 i ' if . 5 1, - V . ' 'AkS"""" Q4 '2Y3flCf"' J 7 .f nf, QM, ilfpyi-. , ,gh sf? ni 5 Q Vi-ie, + 2 57 f J l izff' "ii 'A '-'1. ' ' "Tl ""-" " C' 'W M" 44- W---Y - -im. -.4 Y.,-,,, ,wwf . ,, ,,,, , I !f,,V . . . . . f 1, ' f " ll: v .,,x'31 :fi qi ' ' : ' ' . . . ' f' ' W ' 1+-at-'tfrzf . . 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' -.,' N 'L A"' "Af" . and is gentlemtan- T 256 was AiA'f 'Al': i in drill of Plebie ' Of ifegafd i it Of 3 ' Af'- 'if' I 1 i A i 1OStff0mFUf10u8.h4i'7f5? V . in Ui A 7 A". f 'indifferent manjf - t , 2 A ' drawn him from the underneath his indif- L a strong spirit ofwefti- W 'displays Whenever r Brat eV'L j sgrijne of the belstglidgqrcers 113,g!tl5gl1'eiaS's,' ,Dx ,m-QfygA41fi?6'fiis.e to gggk1T5Wle,dge i ":l tiislm anglihgrs, never -been to Wiiiiingly miss. i Ta hop. But the hop oyggSEj,PJitt is through PLS.-inggs, Q. 4 . J it represents entire1ygf1fooWrnuch Work. XV A ,'4- A 1 V7 i A In his sergxkioe''imsfhe,Doughboys, i never give up 1h,1sV1Ove:s1Qffs9Se, but his true rnanfi hood and abiiifywiiike9pf,h1miH,the.r1ght mad-' i g jfffjln NA rx , an efficient, able Doughhoy 17' 1 .Q tj! 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A f V , ' ' I ' y li - While on Furlough, he lent his handy to training the R.,O. T.- C. at Fort Sher- A " , idan, and when he returned We found. that even generals thought of him as We did. ' As a result, the Com decorated him with chevrons- for the second time, -but tlgse i ' he straihtway proceeded to lose, thinking himselfa member of the staffandnpriy- l , ' ileged to stroll home from meals, unguairded and - ' A E A if ' A . i g 1 A' -1 .V I l 1 unguided. Al is of the sort who are willing to 1 Q- du' .0551 i take chances on anything, and then smilev even if 1 v 1-Jifki lg they lose. A 1- 1 . ' A - i He isundecided between .the yellbwi and the . i g inf 1 white stripes, it all being a,queSyt1QQfQfi'tl1eequicker ndhq, ft" ' 1 i 3 road to,France.' So lt looks,as-'ifagjthefchoice will, 5 li l -"fall to the Doughboys. Life in the'tren'ches 'xyithgi g ,J V f I lf such men as Al will be a joy. ' ' I, i' ,fi , Z! V . 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Q SYS- 'jf all ltflicjifdllties, iii " i,agilEl'ags.compiurlylsgpplyilSlQrge'a'ht he hzaiilfiedllthe lp X V giffelfl'1La1lli'Qr,3'lifn spite of hisg Sfizriasm I all learn-eii3tog1lgl,lc g respect and fo' lg V V I 32L'ctg,e'pl?b his technlcill Ellc5fflilf51fLS,. ,as-S-lizornredi. :hAff1r'm 5759. 1 ' lbglit-:ver in the 56st tragljigigns Qf Ehefibfps, he ll Ql1as allwaysbuiphqfilffll-fLhQm..l'l' A ,I 1 '1' - l' N . l ' 'fwfr . ' ,iff if one lzundrm' eighfy-.rz'x , N ,X fi Xliazx fx 1 X f A-wp . ,J , I' , ! ,, Q :, f" E- Q ,4 , 1 . . , . 1 ,,,R, T 1, , LP, 9 , , W 'l f -'ffl 'iii 'IYY A ' 1 i ' hw . 1, :Y 1' 4 1 i ii ARGO, E. Y. A Jan., IQI6 Math, English, History BACLIG Y SABIO June 1916 Math - BAER, G. R. june, 1916 Math BAKER, C. N. I jan., 1916 Math BANISTER, P. B. Q jan., IQI6 Drawing B1xBY, G. E. June, 1916 Math BOWERS, L. E. June, 1916 Resigned BRODA, F. M. July, 1915 Resigned BURNS, E. T. Ian., IQI6 Math, History, Drill Regs, Dis CASWELL, C. C.' , Jan., IQI6 Math CHAMBLISS, J. D. june, IQI6 Math CHAMPLINE, G. W. June, 1916 Dis I CLAYTON, Dec,, 31, 1913 Sickness COURTVVRIGI-IT ' Jan., IQ I5 Math om hundred zighzy-fevm ..... r'-'- .,,AA f V E 'iii' X J Casualties DAVIS, C. MCR. Nov., 1915 Resigned DAVIS, C. T. Jan., 1916 Math DAVIS, L. Jan., 1917 Math DENISON, I. L. Oct., 1915 Resigned ENGELDINGER, K. Dec., 1915 Resigned ESPY, C. H. jan., 1917 Math FLENNIKEN, W. H. Jan., 1916 Physical Disability FRIES, D. G. jan., IQI6 Math GARDENER, W. A. Ian., 1916 Math GIBBS, R. C. Jan., 1916 Math GOODIN Jan., IQI8 Cav. Drill Regs HELVENSTON june, 1916 Math HILL, A. B. Jan., 1916 Math HILL, C. R. Jan., 1916 Resigned HOLLIDAY, C. C. jan., 1917 Dis one hundred eighty-eight X , . C .N U ls L , I 16 Qu Casualties HUBBELL June, 1916 Math ' HURFF ' june, IQI6 Math ' KEASLER ' Jan., 1918 Cav. Drill Regs KEHOE, J. A. ' jan., 1917 Math KELLY, J., P. Oct., 1915 Resignqd KING, F.. P. june, 1916 Math LLOYD, W. K. jan., IQI6 Disability LOESEL, G. O. , Sept. 1915 Resigned, LOWRY, M. Gf Feb., 1916 Math ' MALONEY, C. A. Jan., 1916 English MELTZER, B. J. April, IQWI7 Resigned MOLITOR, E. S. Mar., 1917 Sickness MONROE june, IQI6 Math MORRETT, F. Ian., 1916 English' , NARRAGON, F. RQ Aug., 1915 Physicalbishbility one hmzdrzd eighty-nine I L -'-W EN. .. :J . Us EDF 9 IQIQ 4 C asualizes NOEL, F. W. Jan., 1916 Math ODOR Jan., IQIS Cav. Drill Regs PHYFER, L. F. Dec., 1915 Resigned RIDLEY, June, 1916 Math RIORDAN, D. I. jan., IQI6 Math ROSENBAUM Jan., 1916 English History RUYLE Jan., IQI6 Math and English SCUDDER, C. I. Jan., 1916 lVIath and English SMITH, H. F. June, 1916 Math TAPPAN June, 1916 Math VESTAL, VAN R. Jan., 1916 Math VOLLINTINE, S. H. Oct., 1916 Resigned WADDELL Jan., 1916 Math WELBOURNE, C. R. jan., 1916 Math ZAK, L. T. july, 1915 Resigned onf hundred ninety v i n A l '9'9 X5 1919 Class Roll 5 ACHATZ, F. J. ' ' . , .V ....... Burnside, Conn. ADcocK, C. L. . , I9 Robbins St., Waltham, Mass. AGNEW5 R. A. Q . 95 Oak St., Plattsburg, N. Y. AIGELTINGER, G. B. , 475 W. 142nd St., New York, N. Y. ALEXANDER, 'H. M. . . . Matthews, N. C. AXELSON, O. A. . . . . Lewiston, Idaho BAGBY, R. . .- . . New Haven, Mo. BAISH, C. F. , .... ' . . Sharon, Pa. BARRAGAN, M. BQ . . . 531 Water St., Albert Lea, Minn. BARRIGER, W. L. . . . West Main St., Shelbyville, Ky. BARTH, G. B. c-o Brig.-Gen. Barth, Camp McArthur, Texas BELL, C. B. . . ....' . Gallatin, Tenn. BELIJNGER, E. B. . . . . 322 Amity St., Flushing, L. I. BETHEL, M. ...,. Vienna, Va. BISHOP, H. S., IR. . . 4.01 Folkstone St., Washington, D. C. one hundred ninely-0116 BLANCHARD, C. T. . BOINEAU, L. C. CAFFEY, E. M. CASEY, H. J. CASMAN, M. L. . CATTE, J. P. . . CINTRON Y RAMOS, F. CLAY, L. DU B. . COBB, E. T. . COOGAN, W. C. CORAY, D. . . CORPENING, M. M. CROUCH, E. H. CRUSE, R. F.. DANDO, E. D. DAVIS. W. N. DEAN, P. . . DEYLITZ, P. L. . DONALDSON, T. Q., JR. . DYE, P. L. A. . ELLIOTT, R. H. . FENN, F. W. . FOSTER, R. T. FRANCIS, D. T. GALLAGHER, P. E. GEORGE, P. WV. GERHARD, F. W. . GILLESPIE, M. . GODSON, W. F. H., JR GOULD, H. W. . GRANT, J. L. . GRAY, R. M. GRENATA, M. G. GRUHN, E. . GR,UPE, F.. H. HALESTON, J. HAMILTON, R. F.. TPIANLEY, J. L. HAZLEHURST, D. HEWITT, L. H. HODGES, D. . HOFFBIAN, C. E. HOLNIAN, J. L. . QHOLT, H. W. . HORR, R. J. . HUDSON, G. B. HURT, P. E. . IRISH, W. R. . JADWIN, C. C., ZND JONES, E. N. . KELLEY, H. S. KERN, T. F. . KINIBLE, F. V. KNIGHT, O. F. IQOVARIK, J. C. KRARIER, H. . KREBER, L. M. LEEPER, C. K. LEw1s, H. B. LIFSEY, C. Q. LORENCE, W. F. 1919 Class Roll QCONTINUEDD . . . . . . Amarillo, Texas 9oz Pickens St., Columbia, S. C. . . . . . U. S. Army . . 629 SISL St., Brooklyn, N. Y. 6336 Woodland Ave., Philadelphia, Pa. . . . . Langdon, Kansas . 18 Leon St., Ponce, Porto Rico . . . . . Marrietta, Ga. . . . . . Pine Valley, Miss. . . . . 940 Ocean Ave., Brooklyn, N. Y. . 5 Kensington Apartments, Salt Lake City, Utah . . . . . . Marion, N. C. . . c-o E. L. Hunter, Lowell, WVis. . . . Salem, Ill. 1o15 7th St., Parkersburg, W. Va. . . . La Grange, Ga. . 7 Vincent Ave., Worcester, Mass. . 202 Pine St., Muskegon, Mich. 1825 Wyoming Ave., 'Washington, D. C. . . 843 E. 6th St., Tucson, Ariz. 1731 Columbia Road, Washington, D. C. . 194 Harvard St., Rochester, N. Y. . . . . Nlansfleld, La. 1436 W St., Washington, D. C. . . IZIS Peachtree St., Atlanta, Ga. . . . 130 VV. 7th St., Leadville, Colo. . . . . . . Plankinton, S. D. 3907 Brookline Ave. CForest Parkj Baltimore, Md. . . 1862 Mintwood Place, YVashington, D. C. . 66 Cochrane Ave., Hastings-on-Hudson, N. Y. . . . . New Rochelle, N. Y. . . 203 Fowler Ave., WVesleyville, Ind. . 113 Burns Ave., Lodi, N. J. 6743 53rd Ave., Portland, Ore. . . . Mankato, Minn. . . . . Oregon City, Ore. . . 608 Park Road, Amboidge, Pa. 229 N. YValter St., Albuquerque, N. Niex. . . . . Memphis, Tenn. . . . . Northwood, Iowa . 5 Longfellow Park, Cambridge, Mass. Hilton Ave., Cantonsville, Nid. 2401 Ave. K, Bay City, Texas . 324 E. Main St., Staunton, Va. . . . . Portsmouth, Ohio 1405 Franklin Ave., Portsmouth, Ohio . A . . . Salisbury, Mo. 719 Greenwood Ave., Canon City, Colo. . Dewey Hotel, Washington, D. C. . . . . Camden, Ala. . 23 Russell St., Bath, Nlaine IZI3 E. 54th St., Chicago, Ill. 2518 Broadway, Galveston, Texas . . Fort Mason, Calif. 2618 Aflitchell Ave., St. Joseph, NIO. 764 Gratiot Ave., Detroit, Nlich. 1363 E. Long St., Columbus, Ohio . . Cooper, WVyoming . . Lake Village, Ark. 312 johnson Ave., Lincoln, Ga. 838 Park Ave., Hoboken, N. I. one hu ndred n i nety-lwo 1919 Class Roll 7 QCONCLUDEDD ' MCBRIDE, B. R. . . . 1020 Villa Place, Nashville, Tenn. MCKEE, C. E. . . , . Studentville, Ohio IVICKEE, R. G. 324 Charles St., Sistersville, W. Va. MCNAMEE, A. A. - . A . . Ft. Sheridan, Ill. MACHLE, R. A. National Soldiers' Home, Maine MALONE, P. B., JR. Ft. Shafter, Honolulu, Hawaii MANNING, B. P. . Broadmoor, San Leandro, Calif. MARKS, A. E. . 3320 Pelmina St., New Orleans, La. TVIARSHALL, I. C. - . . . Plattsburg, Mo. lVl:A'I'I'HEWS, A. G. . . . U. S. Army NTESICK, . . , . . Hudson, N. Y. MEWSI-IAW, H. C. 2014 N. ,Charles St., Baltimore, Md. MIELENZ, L. E. . . 236 14th St., Milwaukee, Wis. MILEY, W. M. . . f 1410 Hopkins Place, Washington, D. C. MILLER, I. K. "The Hill", Augusta, Ga., c-0 Gen. W. P. Duvall MITCHELL, C. H. ..... ' . Brighton, Mich. MOORE, A. T. W. 835 N. Peinrock St., Philadelphia, Pa. MURRILL, H. A. . East Morehead St., Charlotte, N. C. MUss1L, I. J. .... Granger, Texas NACHMAN, L. R. . . P. O. Box 27, Alexandria, La. NEILSON, A. M. 2707 Humboldt Ave., Minneapolis, Minn. NEWI.AND, T. . . . Chihalis, Washington NEWMAN, H. H. . 317 Bellevue Ave., Trenton, N. NEVVLTAN, B., JR. . . Silver Springs, Md. NIXON, T. H. . 154 Carlisle St., Gettysburg, Pa. OEELEY, R. H. . 315 2nd St., Charlotteville, Va. OLIPHANT, E. Q. .... Vincennes, Ind. PATERSON, R. D. I3 II West Franklin St., Evansville, Ind. PICHEL, I. P. A 3 . 233 Goodman St., Cincinnati, Ohio RICE, K. . . . 126 Ocean St., Lynn, Mass. RICHARDSON, H. P. . 311 N. Oak St., Hammond, La. ROBINSON, S. ....... Calumet, Mass. ROEMER, I. H. .... I . 533 Marie St., Bowling Green, Ky. Ross, L. T. ' f- . . 508 Southbrook Court, 6th and Newton, 'Washington, D. C. RUNDELL, E. . . ...... South Haven, Mich. SHATTUCK, A. B., JR. . - . . , 70 Rocklield Ave., Plainfield, N. I. SHERMAN, H. B. . . . . Livonia, N. Y. SIBERT, E. L. . 9 Legau St., Charleston, S. C. SMITH, P. W. 52 High St., Charlestown, Mass. STENZEL, R. . . 1486 E. 15th St., Brooklyn, N. Y. STEPHENS, E. L, JR . . . Martinsville, Va. STURGIS, S. O., HI 27 Summit Court, St. Paul, Minn. SUCHEE, G. . 611 Pennsylvania Ave., Peoria, Ill. TANSEY, P. H. 1485 Irene Ave., Memphis, Tenn. TIMOTHY, P. H. 1 1 . 206 Woodland St., Nashville, Tenn. TOMPKINS, F. P. . . . Pt. Huachuca, Ariz. TOWNSLEY, C. P., IR. ..... U. S. Army TURNER, P. T. . 630 W. Ninth St., Traverse City, Mich. TYE, C. ' . . . 740 Peachtree St., Atlanta, Ga. UNDERWOOD, H. M. . . Bowling Green, Ky. YVANG, K. . ' . 7 Little River Side, Wusih, China WARD, A. F. . 1 . , 513 Fullerton Parkway, Chicago, Ill. WARD, C. S. - . 232 5th St., Lewiston, Idaho WEEKS, J. A. 932 E. 32nd'St., New York, N. Y. WELLS, W. W. . . West Point, Neb. WHITAKEIL, R. . . Phoenixville, Pa. WILLIAMS, H. B. . . Wilson, N. C. WILSON, H. MCC. ..... Opelika, Ala. YOUNG, M. . . . 623 Graydon Park, Norfolk, Va. YOUNG, N. D. . 3456 Holmead Place, N. VV., Washington, D. C. ZACI-IMAN, I. P. . .I . . Gibsonburg, Ohio 13 our fzmzdnd nivzfly-three Class History of 1919 E ENTERED in June, 1915, and got started in the now obsolete way, with the usual crawling, heart-to-heart, face-to-face methods which went out of style the year that drill breeches became the vogue. We began with the usual gross stunts, of course, but a few of us burst into uncomfortable prominence by our more than usual ability with the gumstick. For instance, Maloney was a much noticed young man, his piping "No excuse, Sir" became such a regular accompaniment to our formation, that we never thought of doing any- thing until we had heard it. After he had bled all over the sidewalk in front of the 16th Div., they took him down to "Charley,' for a few lessons on the safety razor, its use and abuse. Robinson came to the front also, offering a stainless, markless gym jersey to Bill Coffin, which was all right, only Bill wanted to show us how it should be marked and asked for a living illustration of how it had been done. Not satisfied, Robby insisted on inquiring of Gussie Bayler if the next formation was in gaiters or not. Wonder why he didn't call 'em spats? Father Holt was a V. NI. I. product and knew all about the hellcats, so he lay abed until Yankee Doodle, the first reveille, then got up and acted lively. He continued the lively motion at odd moments thereafter in Bill Coffin's room, using the "in-and-out", the "4th floor and return IO timesn and other guaranteed lively exercises. Paterson had some rather noisy nightmares which rendered him famous over night, a screaming success as they say. Between times, when we felt too idle, we dropped breast plates on the stone steps, rubbed "White Star" metal polish under our nails, in- dulged in "that extension", and under the kindly tuition of Bill and the lesser gods, participated in the ancient and well known form of indoor sports, cider mak- ing, learned the smells of beast barracks, and acquired about sixteen laundry bags full of assorted junk. Brace? I recall quite distinctly envying two men: Gen. one hundred ninelyfour Murrill, because he could look so noble when they crawled him, and Oflie Knight, because he is- a natural born sweater, and used to drip brine at the mention of his chin. Prime deadbeats, both. I Ah, sweet memories of Ralph I. Sasse, the Lily Maid DuHamel, McLean of the Army, and the rest! V ' After a couple of years of this prolonged initiation, we executed "Column of broomsticks, first broomstick forward, Md7Ch,7, one morning, and, having lost the majority of our newly acquired junk during our weary pilgrimage across the plain through the heat waves, went and stuck what was left on a 9 X 9 tent floor. We started a life of comparative ease and privacy, .with our own club, our own private "Bawth',, our own soap, toothbrush, and all the grey cloth and pomade we could jam in our cleaning box. After our new dippers and water buckets had gone to make some upperclassrnen happy, we settled down for a hot, wildly novelsummer with the T. D. The first edition of the West Point Daily Reporter came out with the class roll printed in full, starting with Achatz, winding up with Zak, also that guy "Do.,' Qwhom I never have metj was on the skin list all the time.. "Do" and one hzmdred nhzetyifiw : -' i P ii Nil Hlf..I4 .x'U,,... 3 .Mtv 'ggi Q1 A-xr l X ,JILL 5 llfif' ix xii' .ii Wiiiilftllllll. , ll 'ii' i.iix'N" : ,fl j?," i"lilQQ f"""Le t iff ' 1 + it 'WW I generally appeared together. But some of us did other things besides amass demeritsl Gallagher, Caffey, and Sucher became prominent on Sunday nights at Color Lines. I remember sneaking out to see them sitting down sedately, and then sud- denly discovering that about sixYear- lings from' my own company were P. S.-ing right behind me. Darn Gallagher, anyway! After an eon or two had rolled by, the receding waters of the sea of time left us stranded, shut in by the overhanging hills and the unhung Pechols. They scared us up the first day, and when recitations began we were off like a flushed covey, everyone scrambling away from the goats, Abe Shattuck leading in the disorderly retreat. Then football came and Eddy Martin took us out to teach us the way a Plebe should use his soundoff. What we committed wasnlt music maybe, and poor gentle Echo was all mussed up, but we heartened the team whenever "General" dropped a punt. Overcoats were issued us about this same time, and we used to take them for a double time around the plain on Saturdays, just after eating a bigidinner, with apple dumplings to top it off. One apple dumpling plus one overcoat was too much for some of the skinny ones to tote, and the same equipment plus two dumplings, was too much for the strong arm squad. Find X, the Weight of a dumpling, also the distance around the plain. Clntegration not required, as Jerkwater used to say.j After our D. T., with the brine streaming down the caked dust on our faces, the too-large dinner misbehaving, arms dead from the collar button down, our poor suffering chins tucked in the required amount, we'd stand and stand for an hour or two while Honus Glade sold us everything from garters to shaving mugs. Honus must have had some strong paternal interest in the Cadet Store. One morning they advised us not to step on the third rails, nor block traffic by tackling a taxi, gave us a couple of dollars and "sic-edl' us on the Navy. Navy lost again, so we celebrated in Christian fashion, and made the midnight train back. Plebe Math began to worry us, and the writs started our troubles. Christmas came, and we were thousands of miles from lVlother's apron strings. Many a fine case of indigestion came in, however, via the underground railway. Chesty Ward one lzmzdred ni1zety-:ix . j'f'. afQf:"'i5 V 5 if V . S L .. a I-'ali 'Re A . ' ff lv 'Nl' Al' A ,. , m.,i lf' Il: ' .TV ". -- ,, M? r Illmi 2 1'2" PM 1 U,4w.. f mf :ffm if Iifliyli 1 L"fi""'i'f53i .y .J -Y, Rplv1n gcllll'l!l'l5 .!'lf1?l2f':l.I.llHlull'll.l.P.lll,"lll'llI1lll12111 gum.. f dp., .uw W" f w ill I1 4' 1 "if"' '1" "' "-H '--'l .f ravi .. Q- - "qw dl . in tfltimilvmmllzi 5-l,llWf2lV11 s "IH: I . ra ff -EQ, wif - A mfs. U I t mld"lwu:zsl5gll51 'f If , , ",llIllllH,, lllllml ,gg . "'l'.El1,., If .P I. ..,..,f x9gx f 1 JT - tm:-In I I F' G 35- ,Z 5 v X , I eu gl' wx, - l fi?" fav Z6 I, g "Q ' , 27 . f H XX bfi- K- . ,,., , ,,. ,v i ,NV used to have a femme in "Ducrot'7, M1 536 .gif Idaho, ship him clever little fifty- if "i' :g Q V, pound fruit cakes, the SIZC and shape' 2- ,g-.5- .riff ' of .a grindstone, only more tasty- The last day of the Old Year came f f.: ff '-fV' if' , . CQ ' . and the sourball leave men came ' V Q' 5- A . . . : " ,... ii' home and packed their cits away. , xi, g We'd had a dance at the Superin- tendent's and one at the Hotel, so we felt quite blase. The first great tragedy of our class life occurred soon - Jw . . ,I gl, .b 12. -pf ..g5'Zifz.1.:, f- 2-if'11:Eiff 'ir mm: wr.-2-: X after, though. We sat helpless and saw some of the finest men, the keenest po- tential soldiers, turned out to be civilians, and saw indifferent material, unam- bitious and undeserving, left to us because they had the better f'spec". The wound slowly healed and we settled to the long down hill pull to June. One night the sky opened and the snow fell Cas it usually does around herej. The drifts were high and thick, Murph Irvine led the Batt to meals .at great risk of life and limb. Column of files, tool They say it took Long John Bagby twenty minutes toget thawed out that morning after he got to breakfast. How our Ala- bama and Florida friends like to walk on ice! I can still recall one or two lurid remarks Avogadro Lifsey made as we rounded the corner of Tenth Avenue one slippery day., Remember that gutter just before you get to the 'Mess Hall? In thaws itwas running over, and slick, just the placeyou would pick, in which not to sit down, during the freezes itwas a pond of black ice, you always lost your balance, your temper, and your cap there. - Our first I-Iundredth Night came and-went, reveille followed reveille, until one morning we woke to hear the dandelions roar., The Red-Comfort-Radiator Club broke up when they turned off the steam heat, spring was declared here, and our chins went out of sight. The snow melted, column of squadsbecame column of platoons, the file closers took up the same old refrain, for the spring bucking up is a sign of June. P. M. E, took up a lot. of our time in the mornings, between spring fever and a soft pencil we made ine impressionistic maps of the earth's surface as seen from the bottom of-the mortar battery. Finally,-lune came, and with it reveille one hundred 'nfvzety-Jeven in white, a few more sleeps, we took a last reef in our chins for our preds and went to our last formation as Plebes. When we passed in review it was ionessome With- out Spence Merrill's sylph-like form weaving about in the file ahead, but we bore up under the loss. One last brace, then the burst of splendor! Formalities scarcely over, '16 and 'IS dumped everything in the area and lit out for the carefree wilds of their native hearths Caccent on the wildsj. Q After those two classes left, we had to move out of barracks, there was too much trash Cscavengeable stuff, tool lying around in the area, without our being there. So the next day we took down load after load of clothes in a stretcher and dumped it in our new canvas home. It was a whale of a mess by the time we were ready to come over in state, but before taps that night We had cut up four coat- hangers, drawn a mosquito bar, pinched our thumbs in a Gold Nledal Cot and were consequently all settled. We deadbeated for a few days after this, giving our 'fact- ings" a chance to alleviate the pain of their new sized heads, and our bucks a chance to apply the old time remedies, the kind you find in every cleaning box. What With hops, color lines, dinners, P. S.-ing formation, boodle, brew, and upper class priv- ileges at the hydrant, we had the gala time of our career. Then the Plebes came over and our troubles began. AFirst they moved us three in a tent, save Savey Cruse, who thereby ran afoul of that stalwart organization of brave men, the "D" Co. adjusticators. -Small in numbers as they were, they fear- lessly adjusticated Savey. just think, if he had bitten one of them! We drilled all morning and then loafed in the Yearling fashion after dinner. Remember Dough- one hundred ninety-eiglzt jg of . vqfj- ,ag : ' ' . . - A -2-Tis ' A . .. . , ,X -, . , boy in the wet grass, your shoes leaking, your feet soaking in blacking from said brogans, the first classmen giving "Walk, Hown and other weird -infantry com- mands, Pawnee raging up and down with his lower legs Where they should be tif in a rocking chairD+lovely mornings in the dew! -After we got out of cross belts We took on a little O. M. A. with a few centuries of slow trot, enlivened by Gruhn and his Paul Revere-like gallops up and down the hall, Captain Adna singing out, "Lean-n-n- ba-a-ack". All to no avail. The only thing that saved us, from having a funeral that day was the picket line. Remember how funny he looked hanging over that rope? P. NI. E. taught us how to tie things up and we enjoyed it a little, all except the afternoon special instruction classes. That summer we learned to take a bath, shave, dress, and be in ranks in ten minutes after leaving the Riding Hall. How wevdid enjoy our dinner! After that, some would hell-dodge, some would red comfort cataeomb, while the rest of us either sweatingly pursued a ball, or else perspiringly handled a tea cup in one hand and tried to look intelligent with the other. ' , A The usual effect of letting out our chins was apparent the first month. All the boys walked or sat mournfully on their tent floors and hunted for ia shady spot. Harry Sherman let some Plebe fill his water bucket. I gathered that the fPlebe knocked Harry down, grabbed the bucket and filled it before the poor devil could come to. However ,it happened, Harry and the new r-Com. disagreed for four months about it. Bill Godsonand Hazle began that long distance contest of theirs, to see who co'uld sit on his tent fioor the lon-gest, the hardest ,and the oftenest. Aby Shattuck thought a ,fourth classman's blouse didnlt fit well in back and took in about two weeks around the area. Red Alec was a sleepy corp the day he had to watch the birds, so he fell asleep in front of the' Corn's magnificent pavilion. There- after, Red spent his summer within his tent rails, save when he was making a little path, of his own, north and south. just about here, between slugs, the quarantine hit us and lasted all summer. Being under sixteen, and children, we and Polly Militus were not allowed to swap chewing .gum. It was probably awise course at that, for a Kaydet's constitution, one lmmired ninety-nine weakened by a year's addiction to Hash and Elephant, not to mention "Trinity Salad", is in no shape to resist the attack of the mildest tempered little germ, Despite the absence of a large number of our lady friends, we managed to have a good Yearling Camp, turning out some spoony parades after we once got on the line. Swede and his bowlegs, Eddy and his girlish complexion, Bittman and his woodenness, used to have some grand maneuvering between the camp hedge and the other companies. What consummate genius they displayed! What pro- found tactical knowledge! With the return of 717, we came down to earth again and to the shell holes, the No lVlan's Land between Conics and Descript Quas written especially for cadetsnj. The cows of '18 came home and, being sources of infection, along with the house ily, the cat, and the louse, were put in a little camp of their own, exclusive like, out under the stars and sky, where the little red ants crawl through the JE ni-:arg 5,4 1 Q 31 l E Taffy -M I i Q l- ' I I M ' l iiiiir Q I' - N at-' mn ',1" ' in ' ' ' in "H iq "Il I-e 7' 2 5 Lfilii-'lli'llliili" Tm ... iiigifl Ill, irliuisilf Iflilrll X Il gif, 'Q V Y '-L i--Q---ali.-A 5 I 'Q 4 I M Y- iii -' l lg, L, y 1 -1 , gi gg, boodle and the big black ones pull a fellow out of bed and walk on his face, to say nothing of the mysterious influences that con- ceal all the alarm clocks of the company in your tent, adjusting them to peal forth at half hour intervals, beginning at midnight, lasting until you chuck the last one over the hedge. iwo hundred x 1 About this time :we got the first whiff of the pot a-brewing in Washington. Billy "Lights" was said to have expanded under the softeninginfluences ofa cigar and to have 'admitted while in this genially glowing state that he had a friend who, in sweeping out the Supt's Office one morn- ing, had seen4Goshl Early i graduationlt Fact, Jack Code - . said sol 1 We paddled along, messing I s 1 up our fingers with colored chalk ' ' in the mornings and drawing ink in the afternoons, our white trou sticking to the hot varnish ofthe section room chairs. Bye and bye, it got a little cooler and we indulged in some 'hydraulic mining operations on the fourth Hoor of various Divs. The day that jawn lVIcEwan was in command of the nozzle, two steel lockers, one wash stand, and half an iron bed, together, with thefew ,articles of clothing a Plebe calls' his own,-floated down the stairs, they turned off the powerbefore Mac could get it up the chimney. Yes, Gerald, quite a successful fire drill. The gunners began to draw attention to the fact that Navy Game and Christ- mas Were drawing near. We devoted all our efforts to "lick the Navy" and, at the regularly appointed tirne, did so. As a reward for the most excellent deportment of the Corps the preceding year, they let us stay over until the next day, that is 12:10 A. M., The old grindup and hit us once more. We began to bone dis as never two hundred om' before, for the "little Furloughu was drawing nigh. We never left our palatial quarters without taking a peek at our Cadet Store account and figuring up how many demerits we had gotten last week. We swore off sending handkerchiefs or waist belts to the laundry. We didn't even buy a Cadet Store tag. QThat was in the days before you could get hooked for "no room number on Cadet Store tag about 4:01 P. lVl."j After a long time spent in Scotch athletics Csqueezing a pennv till the Indian screamedb, we got out our moth-eaten cits of yesteryear, and gave them a cursory glance. Sorrowfully, with reverent care, we bestowed the last sad remnants of our former sartorial glory on Jack, the Policeman fafter extracting that paper which formally notified the Adjutant that we had been appointed to the Military Academyl. Then we saw the Tac and ordered a new full dress coat and trou. In a roseate haze, a kaydet uniform, and a borrowed suit case, we took ourselves OH. Our native haunts were haunted no more, for we had undergone a novel sensation, we had signed up-"Leave"l A new experience for those of us neither halt, lame, blind, hazed, songbirds, nor football stars. How the Plebes got along without us we can only conjecture! they had wild tales to tell, of racing to the sound of guns and of Tac's footsteps and so forth. We spent our hours in leisurely fashion, lying in bed to wake with the guilty feeling about police call and that "has assembly" start. Vile flitted from flower to flower, dancing, tea fighting, skating, reading, snowshoeing, elbow bending. How those hours sped by, like a jitney when you've got five minutes to catch a train in the Pennsy depot 1 from the Grand Central. Golden were those moments, judging by the speed with which they left our hands. ' Our Nemesis ordered us back, so back we came, all out of sorts, surfeited with sweets, two lZu7'I,d7'Ed two fighting for our own way. We ground along, learning the infinitesimal parallelo- pipedon method, or "Integration a summation". Wiggle-this bunch ,of Greek, is equal, when you turn the crank, to this new bunch Without the wiggle. That's integration. Simple, as Pechols would say, simple! Hundredth Night came and went, then the song committee got together and tried to make upa singable song. Ben Manning invented the first line and ahalf of a grand song, but got no further. He used to singiit just the same. - Our childish efforts at piping were received in airather cynical manner by the Second Class, though we all recalled some wild piping they had done once upon a time. , Inauguration arrived and the President invited us to his party. We went, and had the unusual fortune of being able to march dryshod in an inau'guration parade, even though walkin-g was a little precarious at times and the high velocity wind gave a beautiful sand finish to our breast plates. The Middies were supporting our attack and we all advanced in good order, H Co. having a difficult time with the sea-legs music of the Navy Band. Rather difficult for a land lub.ber to wailk in cadence and lean to the roll of the street at the same time. After we had a good look at our President, we were led away to-Raucher's where Mr. Leiter gave us a hospitable reception. We appreciate the Army League a little better since that visit. As soon as we rid ourselves of our guns and belts, we went out and mingled with the crowd of tin school and militia. We came back to the Point, much chas- tened in spirit, overawed by their collective militarism. It must be awful to live under such stern discipline. A We had hardly settled down after our brief-fete when the rumors became thicker than ever. The' U-boats were piling up a long record, were debating whether the boats so sunk had a right to self-defense. After the smoke of the l filibusters cleared away We found a state of war A existed. Then were we stirred again, for the last wish of every kaydet who ever died as such, was fulfilled-early graduation, our best beloved. A ' few unscientific efforts at lifting the M'ess Hall Iwo fzzmdred Ihree AK .t - Pa roof by lung power were tried, even the Plebes yelled. Zowie-splash, came a wet towel on our class, for We had come face to face with a terrible fact. Early gradu- ation for 1917 would mean no Furlough for 1919. There was wailing and gnash- ing of teeth. At this turn of the Wheel, we had a few verbose meetings in Mahan Hall, with the result that, despite hard feelings all around, we presented, by the agency of a tearful little document, the entirely hypothetical Furlough of the class to the WVar Department and its legal heirs and assigns forever. I recall that our last request was that we be buried with our boots on. That great-hearted Department, seeing how earnest we were and of what stern stuff our hero flesh was molded, refused our kind offer of the nth ultimo. About this time, the Yearling muse stopped pipingg no more did the Daughter of Battles thrill on her granite pedestal with our exquis- ite verse. "Furlough, girlough, beerloughn, and other roughneck verse that the piping rhymer loves to write, ceased to make the welkin ring. We began to bone up agcouple of clirges, like "Codfish Ball" and "They're lVIoving Willie's Grave to Dig a Sewerf' 1917 marched to the front and left us. The last sad rites over, "Auld Lang Synen and Home Sweet Home" properly finished, we all advanced to the second step of our ambition: Yearling Corps without the "Acting" That was the day the aeroplane smashed on the Plain, as if that had anything to do with it. May, the monthwhen all things bud, brought forth the budding First Class. Again the great War Office spoke and 1918 was slated for an early graduation. The Plebes were recognized and we settled down, growing more hopeless as the prospects of Furlough faded. Our rock-bound Highland home seemed to get rockier two hundred four every day. Only vain regretsof what might have been remained with us. The fifth moving day of our class, which. should have been the second day of Furlough, dawned as though old jup. Pluv. himself were saddened and touched by our bereave- ment. But we were not deceived, for four previous moving days had dawned on us in the same wet way, mist, fog, rain, all at once Y" ' or in various more or less inundating corn- binationsj The new Yearlings, still soggy behind the ears, and ourselves, moved over and took possession of camp, leaving a beast detail of both classes in the 13th and 14th Divs. The First Class moved to North Barracks and continued their First Class work, putting us in charge of some provisional companies in camp. , Drills startediimmecliately and were received with amaze. A miracle! no more Doughboy-parades cut to a minimum! Positively the most interesting drills we ever had stacked up against us. A V To go more into detail: the right flank companies-A, B and C Co.'s-Went out hunting, sniping at the woods back of the butts. We called it target practice, but the animals left those woods and crowded into the pack train stables every morning about 'seven o'clock, stayed there in peace until nightfallgthen returned to their native fastness. It was a pretty sight to see our own little filly loo bird roosting between the ears of the Army mules, exchanging memories of past Navy games and the filly loo's annual flight. In-vain hopes of having at least an iron cross, we'd spend hour after hour a-lying on our bellies in the mud and rain, a-watch- ing the pretty red Hags flutter and dip. It was quite 'a fascinating play: you shot, the little black blur on the tip of your sight watched you, wiggled, bowed politely to the bullet asiit whined by, then ducked to safety behind the butts. Some of the markers played a fine no-hit game, too, which further complicated matters. 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So when the big man came to shoot that range, he aimedand fired carefully, methodicallyp Held like a rock, sure of at least four bulls. Slow mark- ing, awfully slow, but, there, told you so, a white disk, square in the bull! that's five. What!! nine rnissesfl Ch, re-mark 121 He must have been good company that morning. The Runts, the lil' fellows, had a trip with Bullennis. Like all drills that week, the hike started in rain, went through mud and ended in a puddle. We lit out in dismal morning dampness, our rain- coats flapping in the current like the wings of 'fNevermore, the Raven'7, our overshoes carefully tucked away in our blanket rolls. Forth we sallied to the most bedraggled, tail-between-the-legs lot of artillery horses that ever slhirked the collar. Rattle, bump down to Ft. Montgomery to a rock-ribbed, forest covered camp, watersoaked despite the intermittently fierce summer sun. Right here we ran into a little maxim of the mounted services: "The horse before the man." 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Walls were no obstacles in our path, knock off the top, "gal- lop, howll' and weld be on the other side. Kewpie Newland had some radical ideas about harnessing and appeared with the off horse in the near horse'sf trappings. It's a wonder he didnlt mix the collar and the breeching. We got some new ideas about artillery horses, they turned out to be a playful bunch, and, heavy as they were, enjoyed a frisk as much as any colt. Imagine a kittenish elephant prancing around your pup tent, and you with only a soggy shoe as a weapon. While this was going on in the back couna try, the G Co. Invincibles and the H. Co. Bombardiers took the f'Furlough" men of the beast detail and went down to beard Dan Pul- len in his den. We got as close under Cro' Nest as we could and started a rock mine and a blister crop all at the same time. Hans Kramer found a pair of shears lying around unprotected, so with a squadiof the laziest Bombardiers onits falls, he went around snaking out some of the largest an-d most valuable nug- gets, meanwhile looking as rnuch like the "Engineer.in.Charge" as possible. Just to watch him gave you the impression he was building Cro' Nest. , ' After trench 'digging all morning we rode the trucks back, removed the visible crust of dirt, ate heartily, then went to sleep under P. Stuart, later to take a walk around the postq You've heard of a rneasuredwtread? That's us. Nline was 63.6214 inches.. So the week passed, l I ' 1 .f i I I I 1 V Jr mm X 1 lswefs 4'W'ista-X X gp, sar,1 ' -,x V x x b' li K FXR' i , q.A.J2.oK. . 5 A1 , 'v g s, . 7 N, V, , M 'vii OX - 22534. 4 , ilu . ' .sr r,..'e fa Q JM!! 3, i ' X X i gf ,, W W i n " -K. fl! st -A ' it i t ll . 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Under Aby Shattuck,s blind guidance We mixed a I-2-3 mess of concrete and plastered our careworn figures With it. What was left over we used on a section of trench to Von Hindenburg it. Ham Kelly took some 2 X 6,s and began a timber revettment, but had to give it up as the dynamite squad stood in the offing and called his ham- mer strokes: "Three o'clock tvvog a low five, a six olclock missw! The rest of us used Whatever came the handiest and Worked the easiest, which general class in- cluded chicken Wire and grass. The beasts entered during the Week and were chaperoned through their entrance in due and ancient form. They crowded us in the mess hall, put us forty at a table, and those tables in line in masses. The old mess looked like Oliver Twist's boarding school. In preparation for this unearned increment of ours, camp Was enlarged, three new company streets being put on the old camp parade Where We had sweated as Plebes and slouched as Yearlings. It was figured by the class two hundred eight dope sheet artist-slthat the reason Furlough came to us was because We were over- crowded. Anyway, whatever the reason, the Corn had an order published atreveille on the 18th which gave us the long despaired of, dearly beloved, to last to August 3Ist. Curses, I had gotten up before reveille to make out my laundry, and there it was, in the company street. All that soiree for nothing. But orders is orders, so we all left the post, save four or five who got staybacks at varying terms. By night, all that was left of us were some scattered remnants of apparel we had dis- carded in our flight to civilization. y .. i - What we did'on Furlough is not class history and nobody cares, anyway. Those who have had, Furlough know what it's like, those who have not can't be told, for it's like a Sturgis grind, you've got to undergo it, it's beyonditongue or pen. Still, there remains one word with which an impression of Furlough can be conveyed to the dullest Plebe: short. , The "Cows" appeared in force at the Astor on the afternoon and evening of the 3othQ It was quite a feeling to return and see all the old familiar mugs, spilling the same old line, talking the same old slang we were used to. Sorter homelike and cosy. All you needed was a red comfort and a Conic Sections to complete the picture. You never know how much you think of your classmates until you've 14 two hundred nivze got away from 'em. For that reason perhaps, we had a glorious time at our Furlough Banquet- given under Ben Manning's able guidance to the grand old Class of IQIS. Unique Furlough Ban- quet, dry, save for Eddy jones and some importation of other wet goods, eaten on the return from Furloughg with the class just above us as our guests. After that wild proceeding, we went to Hitchy Koo, sprang a ragged yell, were advised to rehearse same, turned in and woke just in time for the last morning train up. Passing Sing Sing we stopped at Garrison QMatteawan is two stops farther onj, drifted across the river, spent our last quarter on the jitney, then started up to in- terview the O. C. c'Sir, Cadet Tye reports return to post", this very mournfully. "Any money or contraband, Mr. Tye?" "Yes, sir, one quarter, vint'age of '89, one Canadian Club-er, that is a Canadian dime, sir, and one corkscrew, sir." Waffles smiles "Turn in the money. You're a lieutenant in G Co. Use the corkscrew to open your ink bottle! Next." Gosh! how changed the old place was. A little stranger had come to stay with us in the shape of 'T' Co., "that egotistical bunch." The old "E Co. Terriblesn were now that UG" Co. crew. We had a cadet major to drive us around and a cap- tain adjutant, and Q. M., with nine line captains. We still had the sergeant-major and the deadbeat Q. M. sergeant, but they had given us three more deadbeats in these battalion adjutants. Parades were imposing formations now, but we missed the old long line and the ofhcers center. After a brief rest, not long enough for us to get settled, the Academic Board threw in the switch and the mill started to grind. The dread Second Class course of cursed memory rose up out of the mist and hit us on the nose. Phil, French, Chem and Cavalry Drill Regs. Phil was under a new, energetic head, Chem was P. 'Wirt's own version, plenti- fully interlarded withusome historic old grinds, French was substituted for Spanish, as they realized that our conversational ability in French would not carry us through a tea fight, let alone help us to negotiate the purchase of a round of best hay for our troop. Cavalry Drill Regs-well, Bill Godson was heard to murmur that he two hundred len was glad his father didn't have anything to do with writing those Satanic Regs. We agree with him. It would be like having a Ford owner in the family. So much for our troubles. The drills were rather enjoyable and should not be classed with boning or gym. We observed bomb throwing by Ollie and the General. H Then we'd be taken to a lecture on the how and when of "bumming," which was good hot stuff when one got down and listened, forgetting the monocle as much as possible. Field train- ing became interesting, P. D. Uhl doing the training. Naturally, when P. D. stopped us to explain i what he hadn't gummed up, the other side would take the oppor- l tunity to massacre us and our command, we' looking intelligent, saying "Yes, sir," and trying not to notice the prod of some runt's bayonet or the whine of imaginary bullets. That's one thing when we go over the top, P. D. can't stop to explain to us that "Give them hell" is no proper order, that you give no information of the enemy's whereabouts or of his forces, of your own course of action and probable position, etc.. 1 Hardly had we returned when we encountered a strange, strange thing. Brac- ing, chinning and kindred disciplinary measures were now considered hazing. Gosh, what a hazed bunch we had been, and we had thought that it was good for what ailed us. Another case of. ignorance and bliss. The Yearlings were the only parties involved, as is usual in most all hazing investigations these days. The court sat most all fall, dragging in Yearlingafter Yearling, Plebe after Plebe. As a cause for investigation -the shivering shoulder ranks next to black sauce. QBull Ennis was first classman in the days of the Black Death investigation, so tradition has it.J ' P -. Thingsbegan to clear up, the goats began to get worried-"Have they ever found a man in Chem?" "Yes,,Monsarrat of IQI777., Bill Godson made some most startling additions to the realm of things chemical, Keasler was an able co-invest- igator along original lines in the same subject. Navy Game came, but no Navy appeared. They accused us of not wanting it. We had an idea it was the other way, but refrained from opinions, as it turned out to be the White House that blocked the road. ' H two hundred eleven l r ,l ,g Still Freddy Kimble lost tenths. Grant ., d A H and Odor continued their collection of slugs. ip K flmlglf 'L li s z, X Then Mitch broke from the fold of the Com's own with a nice little slug. Ham Kelley founded a Utopia in the 24th Div.g Gene 'Q ' Calfey and Matthews perfected the organi- -iwi zation of a Society for the Suppression of Q -Y Yearlings, along the famous old "A" Co. millimeter lines. Mac Grey turned in some historic official communications, one of which we managed to intercept for publica- tion. Bull Coray discovered the quill book in the top's ofliceg Gallagher was finally persuaded to write the synopsis of the Hundredth Night playg Underwood immedi- ately made some of his marvelous miniature stage settings for it and began to lose files planning said "Skenery,'. Francis got so he took as much time to leave the saddle as he had taken to get into it. Dean developed into P. Carter's left hand man, ranking next to Winkelmang under his guidance we got our slip sticks. Again we noticed the darkness of the area at reveille and concluded that Christ- mas was on the way. Dis and Checkbook boning became paramount with most of us. Permits were submitted requesting that a certain number of demerits given freely should be as freely removed. Permits were also disapproved. The Year- lings began to bone up cit attire, while not a few haunted the cutter's room, later two lzundred lwelw I - Qf'!43. '?'ff f.-354' - ' f'Zad ,-- 21 -fag? X '-Fvi""2w',i.1 4. f ,,,,, V. ,, .-'A I, My ,qlww ggi. 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At last the 23rd of ' !:'3-Liam"-Vl:'S"'?.vzrfr'-'f51'vE.1f12f7ffI:??fiff-.Hl57fi151If'1f2Qf?if?'533793334-51351 .nfff :Life -ff' I-, . December arrived with all its glorious accom- pan.iments. Promptly at eleven o'clock, Cafley of the Coast departed to the wedding of his best girl, the rest of us waiting until the regularly appointed time, leaving behind. our goats:'Hazle, Bill Godson, Freddy Kimble, the Squire, T. Q., Buck Goodin, Ham the Kelley, Mag. Sulph. 'Kea-sler, and our own Charles Froh- man Gallagher. No train was complete without acouple of us of the "Long Gray Line" in its midst. Most of us were in cits. ' VVhen we returnedit was cold, to put it in as mildly diluted a form as-possible for home consumption. Everybody got nipped on the run up the hill, -and even the naturally cold eye of the Bird on the corner of the Headquarters Building seemed frosted over. New Year's day in the morning! Our first reveille as beasts seemed tame in comparison with this reveille on the first day of the year. The captains calling frantically for their first sergeants or vice versa, filelclosers wander- ing around with their eyes gurnmed shut, Plebes guiding front rank files into their places, shrinking upper iclassmen cloaking pajamas in the rear rank, some rash youths in the 'vestments of civilians, demanding who in the dashity dash had bor- rowed their' Kaydet clothes, some in Gunga Din's classical attire, shielded by a sweater and an overcoat. A motley throng, bewildered, unhappy, realizing to the full that the worst part of Christmas leave isvjanuary ISI. Breakfast came with the typical blue Monday feed and feeling. Col. Henry saw how blue we were and came in for breakfast, wished us a happy New,Year and informed us that, despite rumors to the contrary, the Class of IQIQ would graduate in August, 1918. Wheel Did we kiss each other? No, blase young things, we had seen two early gradua- tions and knew them to bepossible, hence, while mildly elated, we did not do like the Irishman who found the Fountain of Youth. But that's another story, as Rudyard would say. ' I , Iwo hundred ilzirteen The four old gray walls and overhanging hills did not seem so bad now. lVIost of us started in to bone for our coveted branch, to get ready for Hundredth Night and to buy a miniature. Dreamy Kaydets, smiling femmes, and jewelry bills at Billy, Bunks Sc Boodles seemed to go together. The long awaited results of the court martial came out with a rush and a whoosh, followed soon after by the usual annual casualties. Odor, Keasler, and Goodin left us for good, found on Cavalry Drill Regs. Hundredth Night was looming large, when, like a buzzard settling down for carrion, his black shadow casting fear into the hearts of the little folk on the grass, measles of a singularly unpatriotic and alien enemy description whooped down on us. What a deadbeatl Divisions went to meals separately, carefully main- taining the so important ten yards distance from the next division. Those germs had long legs or strong wings to go that distance. No classes, so we staged impromp- tu boxing bouts, wrestling bouts, tiddle-de-winks bouts, diving over the wash- stand, chinning on the door combing, climbing on the mantelpiece, doing the four chair stunts, the crawl around the table, amateur theatricals, doing anything to do. Then we came in for two enforced exercise periods a day, and study at night. Tacs began to swarm around, and chalk for Hours of Instruction cards became as much in demand as did b-acheblanks. Sub-divs had alotof soirees to go through. lVIorning two hu11drea7 fourteen strip inspections- by the Medicos became de rigeur. Buff was the color to Wear, advised by the leading authorities on dress. Finally rest cure permits Were revoked, and the Corps started ,Q -f '-,- A if 'lL mffk mg,-M VS' 4.4 V ffm iq? A Zu F' A ' '1- 33 " . '- .A sm:-I :f . 4' - -'11 .F A i:,,Q5'K Ju, Y'- ',-- .,.,,,-gflzz. 'f , V Q51-m-.i ., ..,,' . 1 iv-Zigf'---ai., t gzi:i,:pZ,.,, , ' A W---- 4" 'WTZJ -V A JF 'i"i11ff'f'f, - f " fi.,q.,.,'p,f +122 in the old routine againg with the gig list Corning out as usual and the tenths and dernerits going and coming re- spectively. Hvundredth Night came and passed, still in a partial quaran- ti n e, s o n 0 femmes Cthey're g r e a t g e r m spreaclersj nor h o p s W e r e two lL'lL1'Ld7'z?d jifleen . I l I aa., allowed on the post. By this time we had taken up our First Class work and were going along in Ignorance and Gummery. Never knew before why the old shot- gun burst. H ' - Z k-1 Look' ul lo I C113 D ' lo B-Z And if that isn't enough, look at this Hawaiian one: , -P V2 1 PACU4-105 H62-Eesti? Poor old tube never had a show. Engineering came along and strove to teach us how to build bridges, rivet I- beams, construct pill boxes, carry a Cambria in one hand, a problem book in the other, a slide rule in' onels teeth, and use a meter stick which had the graduations cut on the wrong side of the wrong face of said stick, all at the same time. We did learn a lot. Ever notice the general trend of Ken VVang's legs? Incorrect compu- tation, a heavier column should have been used. Hans Kramer, on the other hand, two hundred .rixteen is a structure very carefully built, but overloaded to nearly the danger point. A few more football training table pancakes would have caused a disastrous buckling of the whole fabric. - ' French was the same "Avez-vous,', "J'ai". "Eh bien, allez aux tableaux mes- sieurs". Field Service was very interesting in the latter part, the problems espe- cially. Under the able leadership of one Lewis K. Underhill, the sacred Lawopened before us and we learned how a legal pitfall may be set for the unwary. Con- sider the Judge Advocate, he toileth not, neither doth he spin, yet Solomon in all his wisdom was not as hivey as he. " ' Quarantine' was finally lifted and we celebrated in style, with a hop, perfect from ice cream to femmes. Then we went over and took the Indoor Nfeet from- the two other classes. We felt much as David did after Goliath passed out. Same sort of "Size doesnlt count for much after all." Dean began to worry us about our' writeups and "sic-ed" Casey on us. Whereupon, according to immemorial custom, roommates swapped bootlick and sent in the results. - Spring has come, the hills mask over their hearts of iron with the velvet of blos- som and leaf, the miniatures are being ordered, wedding boots are making their ap-- pearances in the trunkrooms. Glorious wooden boxes with names in block letters are being brought to barracks. 'Summer and our last formation with the Corps approachl two hundred 157161116511 I Ih- Targei Qualifications RIFLE INSTRUCTORS MAJOR SANTSCHI CAPT. NEWGARDEN CAPT. HARDIN EXPERT RIELEMEN JADWIN MCBRIDE RICE DONALDSON GRAY, R. M CAFFEY HOLMAN MILEY MILLER BAISH FOSTER HORR KOVARIK IRISH MANNING CASEY Ross, L. T. CATTE HAMLEY TIMOTHY FENN ROEMER SHATTUCK ALEXANDER GALLAGHER HOFFMAN MURRILL WELLS two huvzdred eigfzfeen 1 4 4 SHARPSHOOTERS -T AXELSON SIBERT GOULD TOMPKINS CORPENING WARD, A. F. A V HEWITT SMITH, P. W. - . , ,, A MESICK ' UNDERWOOD I I, ., TURNER MATTHEWS b - WHITAKE-R ACHATZ W l T- V GRENATA MOORE, A. T. W. , A . 2 ' MARSHALL PATERSON - IA , . 3 I BLANCHARD RICHARDSON ' ' W, GERHARD WEEKS H ' i ni n I MARKS YOUNG, N. D. ' A A , .,4.,f 3 A - MUSILL PICHEL "' W ' NEWLAND CASMAN ,, ,qvll f COOGAN MCKEE, R. 'JI WAAIA EV T .1 MEWSHAW LORENCE 'A" it 3 in T, RUNDELL BARRIGER A vx l 'X Y V X - 'X I. Ny, M I -MARRSMEN ' .QJW N BELLINGERX 4 KRAMER BARTH . xl ,Tig W S X KIMBLE BETHEL CINTRON WE NH' , KELLEY TANSEY I HAZLEHURST 1 'WE WIM ' MIELENZ NELSON H. LIFSEY ., W5 ,NU w- 7 I f-,wx TYE JONES, E. GRUHN 1" X W ZAGHMAN WILLIAMS, H. KREBER , ' , X A N 'Q R- . - CRUSE COBB . ELLIOTT I W I MCNAMEE DANDO CORAY X N xi ' . NEWMAN, I. WANG FRANCIS M fax-NNW.. X' V - OLIPHANT GEORGE LEEPER IX AR ,L Rv' V A DEAN HALESTON VXXXXIII WN N W k1f'YNmNW5' 51 ' U, X-X X :tx-'XXXNYNQK X1 X " "", fIy15,., .'s-'I HE, , ' I , sw U gf., -.NN XXXY Y' - 2 2 '-: ! -- ' 21. Wy ,. I x . A A E ,El 5 lr... t .A-, -A R 9- ' - me 160 E 'H I 4., 'A ll I A X " ' 'X 5 ' MSX ,n'WfxV77.' 12 55?-fl' '- .- II 9-1 W ' ' HQ' ' ' - IQ W-I , 11155 .: A-fig I . . . . H-Q , 'N 154, L x - . . x XQX-1 . . , I I rl film, . A V A V i 1. " 'W VM-f A 7 ' " G - --'S - ' 3 Mx II CMI .LE ' U "' x' H' 4... X 'Eg J X ' ' ., Ii Wx -,AVIS "M - ' -- - 'J' ' NN I .J-1 I -- A Mn. '. , " " ' I H H xv-N E? W 'J' L ' Y - ' "4QE',j ' , T", , two hundrad nineteen PISTOL INSTRUCTORS CAPT. CIIAMBERLIN CAPT. KEYES CAPT. YvOUNGS FIRST CLASS PISTOL SHOTS RICE, K. MURRILL SMITH, P. W GODSON NEWMAN, H. UNDERWOOD WELLS STURGIS I KIMBLE GRANT GEORGE TURNER HAMILTON, R. E. IVICBRIDE W.ARD, C. S. ' NIILEY .I ,A two lzundrfd twenty Never Again A faint, faint Boom! Mixed in my dreams I hear the cannon's I, hear those cursed Hell-cat drums a-beating in the hall, A naughty word-I leave my bed, so sleepy I can't see, Slip a few garments on my frame, and slide for reveille. Back to my room I quickly rush, Iim on the job once more, Nlake up my bed, clean up the room, and sweep my dirty floor. I dust around, I shine my shoes, and wipe my fevered brow, And after having shaved my face, I'm off for morning chow. ca iwo hundred twenty-one I This appetizlng hash-repast once more seen safely through, I slip right home and get to work to clean the room anew. I firmly rub the wash-stand down, I dust each thing I own, I thoroughly massage the place, then settle down to bone. I dash for engineering next, and make an awful fess. The situationls rather tstrainedg Iam crawled with all due stress. I amble home to bone my law, a-feeling rather blueg The tac-arrives, and gigs me then, for spot in chimney-flue. T f Y - 7 Y -1 s Y KY Y' i - two hundred twenty-two And then a tight for legal tenths, the worst one ever saw, And I get off a loud report about the canon law. A tender issue then is raised, my plea for tenths is o'er, And I depart in gloom to take a lien against my door. No rest for meg I'm off again to grablthe mid-day slum. To ordnance then I glumly glideg this dope I always gum. My Waterloo,s a wire-wound gun-it boresme dreadfullyg I fall before a PU assisted by the P. ' I f Next P.M.E., a thing worth while-an hour or more is lost F' 71 To build a bridge above a stream a babe could step across. 'X-A . And then to see the- "Powers That Be" I hurry on the run To beg them to excuse me for a thing I've never done. 5-5. -Q L Now to the mess hall once again, and then I'm nearly through . I lose no time in getting home to bone an hour or two, And next I make my laundry out-to bed, then, happily: Iive not a single thing to do till morning's reveille. TN PUC FINIS 1 two hundred tweniy-llzmf 1920 Class Roll AARON , Va. BROVVNE, I. L. N. J. ANDERSON, C. D. Tenn. BUCHANAN . Iowa AUTRY . Ala. BUTLER, F. B. Cal. BABBITT . Ore. CALLAWVAY . Va. BACLIG Y SABIO P. I. CAMBRE . Miss. BADGER . Ind. CANAN . Neb. BAKER, K. La. CARROLL, D. F. N. C. BANISTER, P. B. Large CARROLL, J. V. N. BANISTER, VV. C. Texas CARTER, XV. V. Iowa BARLOW, W. M. Mont. CHADVVICK, B. F N. Y. BARNES, E. E. R. I. CHORPENING S. D. BATHURST, C. R. Pa. CHRISTIANSEN, J. G. . Ore. BAZAR . N. Y. COCKE . Okla. BEERS ' . U. S. A. COLSON . S. C. BENNE11-, W. C. Large COLWELL Cal. BENTON . Ky. CONRAD, G. B. Va. BERGMAN . Neb. CONRAD, V. Minn. BEVANS, S. M. Large COOLIDGE . Ohio BINDER . Pa. CoRzEL1Us . Ky. BIXBY, L. B. R. I. COTHRAN . S. C. BLAIR. H. W. Ohio CgAWp0RD, H, N, C, BLAIR, W3 P- Col- CULLENS . U. S. A. BOATNER ' La' CUNNINGHAM N. J. BONWELL . Idaho DANA Cal BOWMAN . N. NI. ' ' BREEY P DAv1DsoN . Ind. ' 'A H. BRIMMER 1 yvyo. DENNY, T. R. Morit. BRINKLEY . Ga. DEVER - NIO' BROOME , Cal, DICKEY . Iowa BROWN, J. T. Pa. DICKSON, B. A. Large two hundred fwmzty-four XE 5 1 fl A f YQ- 3' - 4: - . O I 920 Class Roll DIETRICH . . Mo. HARDING, C. K. Large DOLPH , , Wash. HASTINGS . Idaho DUNKELEEEG Iowa HATCH . MlCh- DUNN, L. H. IST N. Y. HEMENWAY . Me- DZAU . China HENDRICK, E. W. Cal. EDDY . N. Y. HESP . . Me. ELLEMAN . Ind. Hrcxs, D. . Ala. EPES . . Va. HICKS, R. A. . Ala. ERICSON . , Minn. HILL, J. H. C. . Fla. EVANS . Okla. HILLARD . - Tenn- FARLEY, J. F. Mass. HINDS . Ark. FELLERS . V Ill. HINTON . MO. FITZPATRICK N. Y. HIXON . . Iowa FONVIELLE . N. C. HOGAN ., . . Ark. FREEMAN, J. W. . Minn. HOLBROOK, W, A. Wis. GIBNEY . ' Pa. HOLLY . . Wis. GILDART . A Mich. HUBBELL . ' Fla. GILLAND . 1 Pa. HUGHES . Va. GILLESPIE, F. J. N. Y. HUNT, O. F. Cal. GLASGOW . . Texas HUREF . Ill. GOERZ . N. Y. JENKINS . Va. GORLINSKI Cal. JERVEY, J. P: Mich. GORMAN . ' Ga. JEWELL , Mich. GRAHAM, J. E. Okla. JOHNSON, A. W. R. I. GRAY, L. E. . Wash. JOHNSON, D. T. MO. GRIEEITI-Is, D. W. Ill. KEHOE, J. Ky. GROVES . Large KELLY, P. B. Md. GULLATT . La. KENDALL . Wyo. I'IAHN . , Wis. KEYSER, G. V. . Ind. HALE . Ala. IQILBOURNE, C. . U. S. A. HAMILTON, J. C. Va. KNUDSEN' . I . N. Y. Iwo hundred twenty-five G: fr ' aa" , mi. : 1 1.1 :A ' I - ' I, 05 T f xq '., 1920 Class Roll KRIEGER . Neb. MORRISON . Mo. KURTZ N. Y. Moss . Ky. LEE . Va. MULLER . Large LENG . N. Y. MUNFORD . Texas LESLIE . Ohio MURRAY, W. S. . Large LEWIS, G. W. Mass. NILES . Mo. LEWIS, J. H. La. NORNIAN . S. C. LIPMAN . Neb. ODELL, J. C. Utah Loci: Cal. OGDEN . N. J. LODGE N. Y. O,GRADY . N. I. LOVETT . Cal. O,ROUARK , Idaho MCCONE . Cal. PALMER, H. A. Fla. MCGIFFERT Ohio PANZARELLA N. Y. MCREYNOLDS Mont. PEARSON . NIO. MACKENZIE N. J. PECKHAM .' Conn. MADIGAN . Pa. PENCE, A. W. Large MARCH . Pa. PENCE, I. P: Ind. MASON . Okla. PILAND . Texas MENDENHALL N. Y. PLATTE . Vt. MICKELSEN Wis. POPE, L. . N. H. MIDDLETON Conn. POWERS . N. Y. MILLER, A. N. Y. PRAEGER . Texas MILLER, E. G. Kan. PULSIEER . Large MILLER, M. M. Ohio REAVES . La- MILLER, W. B. Large RHOADS, L. Pa- MOLITOR, E. S. . Mich. RHOADS, M. Pa- MONROE . Cal. RIANI . Iowa MONTGOMERY Vt. ROGERS, H. L. Me. MooRE, C. H. Ark. ROSENDAI-IL, C. A. . Texas MooRE, J. M. Texas SAVILLE , Wash. MORGAN, A. C. . Ala. SAWTELLE . N. Y. Zwo hundred twenty-fix Mhr YR ,ff S aim,-gi . My 1920 Class Roll SCHILLING . . ND? ?ROVilER ' . 511. cnow . . UCKER . ol. SCOTT . Ariz. TWICHELL . Wash. SEARBY . Cal. EWITTY , Ga. SEXTON . Pa. sis . . Ill. SHALER . Ind. VALENTINE N. Y. SI-IERIDAN . N. Y. VAN VOORST Ind. SHERMAN, B. . Large VESEY . Ark. SHERRILL, F. G. N. Y. VIDAL . S. D. SHRADER . Iowa WADDELL . Miss. SIMERAL . . X Ill. WAIDLICH . Pa. SLIFER . , .W. Va. WALKER . Miss. SMITH, C. M. Okla. WALSH . Large SMITH, E. W. Ala. WANAMARER Mass SNOW . N. C. WATKINS . Ga. SPANGLER . Va. WEBSTER . Mich. SPRING . H. WELCH . V MO. STANSBURY N. . WELLS, C-. M. . Lar e STARR Q Ohio WHEELER, R. B. N. STEARNS .. Mass. WHELCHEL . . Ore. ETEVENS, G. . H. S. WICKS l . N. Y. TEV-ENS, - A Mass- WILLIAMS,.R.'P. Md. STICE - IH- WILLIAMSON, G. NI. . Pa. 312552 ' ' WILSON, A. M. . Ga. SWIFT . Ala. BXQIIINN, J' S' N' D' TATUM, J. M. S. C. ITTERS ' Iowa TAYLOR, D. A. , H. S. WORKS - Texfls THORNBURGH Large YEAGER - Ohlo TOWNSEND . Mich. YODER .. Wis. TRICHEL . La. YORK, RAE. Col. two hundred twenty-.raven Class History, 1920 ACK in '16 we entered West Point. Proudly and independently we swag- gered up the hill with the proprietary air of a man who, having just bought a new estate, has come to inspect it and to receive the rightful homage of his new retainers. These Vassals met us arrogantly, and our long-awaited triumphal entry became much like that of the Kaiser into Paris in 1914. We learned the lowliness of our bestial rank after afew forceful lessons from Markoe and his cal- lous minions. The long Plebe summer commenced the work of making us soldiers, and at its end we were versed in West Point Kultur. The only thing we liked about the place was taps. ,l r ' ' Upon returning to barracks a new terror presented' itself in the shape of the indomitable Pechols. Who can forget that first Math writ? The introductory speech differed from a teacher's usual first-day talk, beginning, "Now, dear chil- dren, I am your friend. as well as your teacher." Its substance was, "Either you sweat blood on this Math or you will get your diploma from the railroad ticket office." The trials of the Academic season were lightened through the fall by events on the gridiron. Vidal, Hahn, Nfarch and Lewis, representing us on the team, gave us our first prideful class consciousness, and the lop-sided score of our first Navy Game more than made up-for our stony road from June. After a Christmas as merry as reveille we settled down to the long Kaydet winter, viewing with dismay the list of good men bagged by the Academic Board in their open season. Rumors filled the days until the Inaugural, when we were two hundred lwenty-eight again able to chaff the Middies and were privileged to swing down Pennsylvania Avenue with the Corps of Cadets. More rumors of war, rumors of graduation and rumors of early recognition, kept upperclassmen, policemen,. and Plebes on the "qui vive" until that day late in May when without warning we came into our own. West Point was ours at last. - Upon the sudden and unexpected evacuation of camp by the Furlough Class, the tenting became a Yearling affair. Under the mild sway of Shrader we had no worries save the Tacs, the Duma, and the Pleas-three factions hostile each to each. For mutual protection against the T.' D. Duma and Fleas were one, but, whenever this menace faded, keen and bitter was the rivalry between the two parties. Who has forgotten the fierce water-bucket war, the Runts and Plankers flying at each other like Montagues and Capulets, and the dawn on the battleield- a Camp Parade strewn with fragmentary underclothing and the debris of bursted buckets? Until IQI8 and 1921 joined us there was a perpetual making and breaking of Corps. ' - Taking our camp as a whole, we sincerely doubt if so many great men have risen and fallen during an equal time in the political- history of this institution. That portion of our summer not occupied in dragging parties and boodle fights was devoted to a form of organized entertainment called drill, by the vulgar. We passed mornings learning the difference between painter and tiller rope, acquir- ing the other fine points of navigation, and playing bridge. The Runts invariably deadbeated in-this game by carrying the chess, leaving the balk to the Flankers. After the ninety-ninth time that the bridge had been constructed in a way to cap- tivate even Xerxes Ca gent with some experience in this linej we lost our enthusiasm for the Engineers. The P. M. E. week spent in exercising our imaginations by map- ping the post was ia capital rest cure. This loaf was cut short by our attempts to span a ravine on Constitution, operations requiring more labor than the Pyramid I ' "" s Iwo hundred tzuenty-'rz ine of Cheops. At times, some of us tamed the fiery nags in the riding hall, others tried to pacify them, a few of our cowboys from Texas discovered themselves embracing the necks of their steedsg and many developed into Nlazeppas. There was also the week on the Target range when we took sl-o-o-w-care-ful-aim and had the West Shore engineers afraid to come out of the tunnel. The hike, attended by a crime-wave, was rather unique. Lascivious summer evenings lured the Yearlings far from their pup-tents. "Buggies one and one fourth miles from campv were popular. Even automobiles were negotiated for and used, as the Com. knows. Bruner's roadhouse had many emergency exits, but a few patrons were caught in the raid, due to the congestion along these various avenues of escape. Evening critiques received little encouragement until the class roll was brought forth, placed in Napoleon's hand, and called. Many answered sleepily, some pantingly, more breathlessly, and sev- eral were with us in spirit only. Back in barracks, the slugs came out. Several scintillating pairs of chev- rons were consigned to ob- scurity and many received the peripatetic punishment peculiar to privates. Then two hundred thirty t - theiLaw took a hand, and the "subterranean cham- ll . . . . . . . . E cause it interfered with his contributing editorship of our leading daily. This sad phase in thecareer -fl M ., - w -I ' Q " . Aff! ...ENNXSV ber hewn of solid rock" became a Yearling hangout. At this time our class attorney appeared. Mike, ,V A i i"' I qv ki coming to the aid of the rosy-cheeked little Kelly boy, did, a thriving legal business. He met with consider- l lz, able success until he was forced to leave the bar be- -in ' fo- V 1 IFN of our class cost us eight' good men. E -,., sig:-M -. is -W On the football field in the fall we produced sev- eral new men-Monroe, Pulsifer, Walker and Wat- kins. Again IQZO shone, although one or two of our best players were "idle", ow- ing to tactical errors. At the end of the season, Vidal was chosen to captain next year7s eleven. Our first Christmas leave was followed by the measles. The quarantine at irst seemed to be a deadbeatg but the snakes, missing their hops and'P. S-ing, were like the widows of Ashur, loud in their wail. Card-playing, local exploring and privilege riding, incidents of this life of Heasem, brought their quota of slugs to our dissy class. The criminal types of our Underworld exist as striking characteristics of the class. ' x two humired ilzirty-one We are now on the right side of UIOO Days Till June, Sir." With the help of the tactical department we are planning our Furlough. Whether we shall be allowed to wear white coats with gray trousers is one big stumbling block ahead of ,us now. Ah, Vacation! we shall have to ransom ourselves in order to be with you, for the Cadet Store owns us-as Mephistophiles owned Faust. Still, we are all for 'fleave-at-any-pricev. A summary of IQ2O,S class history down to modern times must note the fact that it is the first of the large classes to make its debut at West Point. Perhaps this handicapped it from the start. An energetic collection of cadets, not seeking trouble but finding it wholesale, it is looked upon as a gathering of I. XV. W.'s, anarchists, and people we don't allow in the parlor. Its bootlick can be measured in decimals without going west of the decimal point. Still, it is 'chappy in its crude way" and means to do its share in the upholding of the imperishable traditions of the old West Point. two hundred thirty-two THE FALL OF AN ENGINEER I Johnny came to West Point, Wise beyond his yearsg Johnny spec-ed his history And boned the Engineers. , H . When Johnny was a Yearling, He found his doom was sealed I-le couldnft hivedescrip at all And had to bone the field. III ' Johnny went on furlough- Iohnhy met a femme+ So then he boned the C. A. C. And a cozy home for them. - IV johnny wrote her letters, And never cracked albookg So it was the doughboys, That Johnny finally took. two hundred thirty-three Tune: Moving Day I Oh-h Furlough, my we're piping you. As the twelfth of June comes near We are ready to leave here. Oh-h Furlough's Kaydets' one delight, Cabarets and snappy shows, pretty girls, fancy clothes, - All these things come in the scope of a Yearling's grand Furlough. Tum: They're Wearing Them Higher in Hawaii We're going away on our long Furlo, yea Furlo, Furlo, Furlo, Furlo, on our Furlo In the beaptiful month of balmy Iune. All the pretty girls are prepared to spoon The girliesiare Hier on our Furlog they'll steal our hearts away. Furlo girls are always full of pep, all the kaydets have to watch their step, 'Cause we're going away on our long Furlo. It's coming soon, very soon. Yea, Furlol Tune: Naughty, Naughty Furlough, Furlough, Furloughl Coming soon, twelfth of June, No more,French or Calculus, nothing else to worry us, Beautiful women galore, that's what we mean when we say Furlough. just twenty-four more days till We take our conge, Back to the maidens so fair. ' II Yearlings, Yearlings, Yearlings, come let us sing of what Furlo will bring, Furlo moon and a place to spoon. Pretty girlies, coming soon, - We'll shed this dull kaydet gray, and don our cit clothes bright and gay, And we'll be happy, happy, and ohl so naughty, when our Furlo days roll around Tum: A Wee Doech O'Dorris. When June draws near, and the lights are clear, it's been the custom long, For Yearlings down at Trophy Point to gather for a song. And when the bugle calls us back it is the usual thing, That, just before we say good night, We gather round and sing. just a few more days till Furlo. Just a few more days, that's all. just another song to cheer us and back to work we go, With our thoughts on high and the moonlit sky. Yea, Furlol - Tune: "Kelly" Tho' French and Nlath take our tenths, files, tho' the T. D. distributes the quill, We don't care for these, for in cits and broad smiles In a few days we'll be going down the hill. And after -the banquet and show, we'll go on our various ways . On the happy roads of our Furlough Which is coming in twenty-four days. 9 FHL E . E S two hundred thirzygfour ONLY A YEARLING I dance with her vainly at Cullum, But she snubs me wherever I go- I'm ranked by a snake of a Second Class make, For I'm only a Yearling, you know. I've told her my love and I've asked her to hops-- Itis always the same line I hear: Of course you are cute and a corporal, BUT You are only a Yearling, my dear." Tune: Mandalay Mon lieutenant, il ne manque personne. C'est tres bien, Nlessieurs, assayez-vous. Ya-t-il des questions? O ui, combien de jours? - En frangais lisez, la legon traduisez, Cela suflit, allez aux tableaux. C'est join pour nous, que parlez-vous? Si, Vive la FURLOUGH. I Tum: The Garden of Romances Furlo's coming soon, boys. It is nearly June, Boys. Yearling writs are passed and through. hFurlo moon says "I-Iowdydo ' joyous nights await you. Big bright eyes will take you To the land of expectation. , So AYE AYE, FURLOUGH I two hundred thirty-jiw C6 .- 'j r' I 1331? 1921 Class Roll ADAMS, C. M. Iowa. BRANDOM . Mo. ADAMS, D. L. Vt. BRANNON, E. M. Fla. ADAMS, E. A. N. C. BRATTON . S. C. ALEXANDER, I. . land. EREADY . ALLAN, C. V. eb! REWVSTER . .L r'. ALLEN, W. I. Pa. BROBERG . IVIass. ALVORD, B. Del. BROWN, H. A. N. Y. ARMSTRONG Large BROWN, W. D. S. C. BAKER, J. W. Tenn. BROWNELI., J. W. Conn. BARDEN . Texas BRUCKNER . N. Y. BARLOW, R. C Tenn. BRUNER ' . N. -I. BARRICK . N. J. BRYAN W. Va. BARTLETT . Me. BUCK . N. Y. BARTLEY, R. H Iowa BUCKLAND Kan. BARTON . Large BULLOCK . RP? BASSETT . Utah BURGESS . . . BEAN . Pa. BURGHER . Nlich. BENNET, A. S. Large BURNELL, N. A. Me. BENNISON . N. Y. BURNS . Mass. BEVANS, J. NI. . Iiljd. IEYRNE . TOhio BEYERLE . a. AIN . exas BIXBY, E- A- N- H- CARDER, A-I. H. Mass. BLA-CKBUF-N KY- CARL, P. R. Pa. BOLDING . N. Y. CARTER R F Pa. BOOTH N' Y' CASSELII I I Ind BORING . XIDCI. CAWLEY ' Pa' BSZVDESJ. WA CHADVVICK, M. P. Mass. BRADLEY, S S. D, CHAPLINE . Ark. BRADLEY, R, S Neb, CHAPMAN, H. Kan. BRADSIIAW Miss. CHILD . N. J. Iwo lZ1HZtZ77'Fd ih iffy-fix I X ,jfjff 1' "-1' I 1921 Class Roll CHRISTIAN,'W. W. . Ohio DUNIiAM . Conn. CLAYTON, B. T. . N. Y. EcHoLs . Va. COCKRELL, A. W. Fla. ELLIOTT, H. G Ala. COLE, J. V. N. D. ELMS . . Pa. COLLIER . Texas RLY, L. B. Large COOEY . . W. Va. EMERY I11. COOKSON . Ohio ENDLER N. I. COSTIGAN . Kan. ESTILL Conn. COURSEY , Ga. EVARTS . Vt. CRANFORD . Ga. FAINE Ohio CRANSTON . ' Kan. FARRAR N. J. CRAWFORD, T. M. Pa. FASNACHT . Pa. CREIGHTON Kan. FAY . A . Ill. CRICHLOW . Tenn. FENNELL . Haw. Cnoss . , Miss. FERENBAUGH N. Y. CROYVE . Pa. FINLEY . Tenn. DALEEY . La. FLORY . Pa. DAMEIION . - Col. FOMBY La. DANIEL, L. G. g A Texas Foss . Ga. DAVIS, F. G. Mo. FRANK Utah DAVIS, J. W. Md. FRAZIER 1 Tenn. DEGNAN . N. Y. FREDERICK Ill. DENNY, L. Texas GARD . Texas DILLAWAY I Mass. GIBSON A Texas DODGE . Ala. GILMARTIN - N. J. DOMMINEY . . N. Y. G Texas DONNALLY, P. . W. Va. LEASON ' Oh. DONNELLY, I. L. Minn. GO'-JLDf S' W' 10 DONNELLY,. R. Mo. GREEN - Tex? DOWNING . Va. GREENLAW . WIS- DRURY , Nev. GREGORY . N. Y- two hundred thirty-.revfu X7 :C22-. - 5 '- .G?'li ,if 1 gif? a i? fl T I - I H I 1921 Class Roll GREY, H. . . Mich. HUTCI-IINS . Va, GRUENTHER, A. M. Neb. HYLAND Large HALTER . . Mo. HYMAN Ga. HAMILTON, A. C. Kan. ISAACS N, D, HAMhIOND . . Mass. JACKSON . Va, HARBAUGH . . Cal. JACOBY . Ohio HARDIN, D. C. . Large EEFFERIES S. C. HARDIN, J. R. . M . ERVEY, W. . Ohio HARRIS, L. V. D. Conn. JOHNSON, R. L. Texas HARRISON . . Fla. JOHNSTON, H. D. VVash. HART . Fla. JONES, C. P. Ala. HARTER . Ind. JONES, H. C. MO. HARTNESS . Va. JONES, H. M. D. C. HAYEORD . . H. S. KANAGA . Ohio HEDEKIN . . Ind. KEAN . N. Y. HEDRICK, B. M. Conn. KEELEY, T. YVis. HEI-'EERNAN . N. Y. KEERANS, C. L. N. C. HEIBERG . Large KELLY, V. H. N. Y. HEINEKE . Ill. KENNEDY . Okla. HERRICK . Vt. KERR Ill. HEWETT, H. Mass. KILROY Nlass. HILDEBRAND Pa. KINDLEY Wig, HILL, L. L. . Ala. KIRBY I Ky. HILL, R. A. . La. KULLMAN I H. HOFFMAN, H. A. Kans. KURTZ NI K Iowa HOFFMAN, H. F. T Ark. LAIDLQW ' ' N Y HOGE . . MO. ' ' , ' HOLBROOK, D. S. Wis. LATIMER ' Wlf' HOPKINS . . Okla. EA'-'BEN - N631- HOROWITZ . N. AVAGNIN0 21 - HUNT, P. E. Kan. LAWRENCE, I. C Nlinn. iwo hundrfd Zhiriy-sigh! 41- 1 , , . '-. ,A"!-:at Q, 5 T Ti V i? f ,R x .- if X, 9 .IL YQYL -4 . P 1921 Class Roll LEAHY . Mass. MARTIN , Wis, LEBLING . Pa. MERRICK . Mass. LITTLE Pa. MEYER' . N, Y. LOEB N. Y. MICKLE . U Ala. LOPER Neb. MILLER, P. R. M. N. Y. LUCE . Wash. MILLER, R. J. Ohio MCALEVY . A R. I. MOLITOR, C. S. Mich. MCALLISTER . Mich. MONTAGUE Ore. MCAULIFFE . W. Va. MOORE, A. L. lowa RZICEABE . ' Y. IIZAZIOORE, R. A. Large c ARTHY . ont. ORGAN, S. T. MCENERY . ' Ill. MORONEY, W. J. Okla. AIXECEARLAND CMO. MORRIS . Pa. C ILL . onn. MURPHY, . 'B. Texas MCGINLEY . Ohio MYRAH I . Iowa IQCEOWAN . J. INIELSON, D. H. V Ore. c EAN . iss. ELSON, R. . Mich. MCMASTER . I . Cal. NEWCOMER J Pa. MCNAIR . , . Large NIBLACK . Ga. MCNAMEE, R. W., IH. NIBLO . Texas MCNARY . . Ariz. NICHOLS . Conn. MCQUARRIE . Mont. NOBLE Large MACMILLAN, A. Rx Mich. NOEL 1 111. MACMILLAN, G. W. . N. C. OICONNOR ' CO1- MADISON . . 1Il.l. OLCOTT I - N' Y, MAHER . . H. S. f O T A M. MAHONEY, W. E. Wyo. LIPHANT' ' ' ISS' IVIAKINNEY . . Haw. OfJS0N - ' Utffh MANEES . Ark. O NULL - Ohlo MARLOW , Col, O7REILLY . Col. MARSDEN . N. Y. OSBORNE . Mont. two hundred Zhirzy-ninf 1531, RT 1 1921 Class Roll OVENSHINE Large RITCHIE . Ark. PALMER, W. B Large RIVERS . Tenn. PAQUET . N. Y. ROBINSON, C. . W. Va. PARK . Texas ROCKAFELLOW . Pa. PARKER . Ala. ROGERS, G. D. , NIO. PARSONS . Iowa ROSENTHAL, M. L. Ill. PERRY . Utah ROSS, H. D, . Ill. PERWEIN . Large ROSS, W. W. . Texas PHELPS . MO. RUTH . Pa. PHILLIPS . Col. SAMPSON . Mass. :PIERCE . Mich. SAMSEY . Ohio PORTER, F. B. . Ariz. SANDERSON Cal. POST . N. Y. SARGENT . . Wis. PRICE . Miss. SAUNDERS, O. A. Col. PUTNAM . Large SCHERER . . Pa. PYLE . Ind. SCULLIN . Pa. RAAEN Ill. SEHRI-:E . . I11. RABBY La. SEMMELMEYER . Ill. RASH . Del. SHAWV . Ohio RAYMOND . Large SHEA . N. Y. REBS, B. I Pa- SHEEHY . Ore. REGAN Mass- SHEETS . N. D. EEGNIER - RPI- SHILLOCK . Cal. EX . . a. , RHODES, L, F. . Wash. ' VME' RICE, A. S. N. Y. S ' W V ' RICHART . MO. HUTT A ' ' a' RICK ' ' N- Y. SIMMONS, I. W. S. C. RIESS, H. J, 111' SIMONINI , R. I. RILEY, E. J. Wash. SKELTON . Ill. RISEN . Ky. SLACK Mich. two hundred foriy lf ? 5 'V .f by " 08 'I' W ' 1921 Class Roll SMITH, L. G. ' Gkla. WATERS . Pa. SMITH, M. G. Texas WEDEMEYER Neb. SMITH, N. A. Ill. WENSTROM Mass. SMITH, O. M. La. WHEELER, L. ,Minn. SNODGRASS Tenn. WHITE, H. A. N. Y. SORLEY . La. WHITE, I. C. Ind. SPEED Okla. WHITE, I. H. Tenn. SPRINGER . Okla. WHITELAW I S. C. STACKHOUSE ' Pa. WHITESIDES ,Ark. STAUFFER . Pa. WHITNEY . Vt. STEARLEY . f Ind. WHITTIER . Mass. STEELE Ark. WIGL,EY . . Pa. STEPHENS, W. G. Ky. WILLARD, A. . Cal. STODTER . Ohio WILLIAMS,- Cl L. Large STOVALL . . Ga. WILLIAMSON, E. V. . Ore. STRICKLAND La. WILLIAMSON, R. L. , Ind. STROHBEHN 'Iowa WI'LSON, C. F. . Kan. SUTHERLAND ' Pa. WILSON, L. C. IST 'I Ind. SYME . Ky. WILSON, L. C., ZND . Tenn. SZYMANSKI Ill. WINN, W. S. ' . Ala. Tr-TE , . La. WOLFF, C. M. - N. Y. TAYLOR, G. M. Texas WOOD, F, O, N, M. THOMAS " N' WOODSON . Va. TOMEY ' 01110 WULFEKUHLER . Kan. TWINING . Ore. W M VANCE . Idaho YMAN ' 6' VAN DE GRAAEE Ala. YEARY ' Va' VON BABO ' Wash' YOUNG, C. P. R. 'I. VON TOEILNE Ark. YOUNG, E- H- WIS- WARREN . Texas ZIMMERMAN I Minn. 16 two huminfd forty-one Class Hisiory, 1921 T YVAS a reg'lar Greenleaf WVhittier day in June when the annual consignment of raw material for the mills of discipline was deposited at the threshold of old Wesit Point. It consisted of approximately fifty tons of "cit," live weight, in its natural state. Instinctively, the mass Wriggled its Way up the steps toward the Administration Building, its civilian hues and civilian chins glistening in the morn- ing sun. The hard guys smoked skags, shrugged their shoulders, and made obser- vations to the general effect that they Hdidnit like the dumpng the college boys, Wise to the Ways of the world, missed the brass band that should have attended the occa- sion, While the Harmy infants" were just plain scared. The latter had the right idea. Deprived of its cash and its "contraband", I 9 2 I received its usally- port impressions" as per schedule. There We learned the preliminary facings and bracings and the merits of double time, together With several little things that Weren't mentioned in the pamphlet published for the information of all con- cerned. After a couple of Zwo hundred forty-Iwo years 'of Cadet Store formations, drills, cross examinations and sundry other methods of scientific torture, it was noon. Then came the fascinatingitrip to the "dining hall" where-a delightful repast was served, in cadence, to I 9 2 I. The color scheme of red and redder was maintained throughout. We learned the points of difference between small milk and ap-c-s and something more of the advantages of the disappearing type of chin. A The old, old story' of beast barracks needs no retelling. We took the oath in cadence, got a hair cut in cadence, attended our first p-rade in cadence, and went on the sight-seeing trip in a special, superline, made-in-America brand of cadence. Concentrated cadence was heaved at us in such titanic quantities that it was a A common occurrence to be awakened in the middle of the , night by one7s.roommate sounding, off, "Hun, Tupe, Threepe, Forpn. Within a few days the fifty tons of "cit" became forty tons of "new cadetv. The mills continued to grind relentlessly until the beasts outgrew' their beastdom and moved to camp as sure- nuff Plebes. Camp! We had learned e rm' to pipe it. Once there, we Iwo hundred forty-three longed to be back to our own 'ri docile little beast detail. We W up 4- j went through it all. The tech- ' i Q nique of getting into white trouy 'Z I the old target-butts deadbeat, H- P guard duty with its hungry ,4., W lL ,m p u squads, but most of all the ad- .Q-jx-5-Qfgfigx N ." '1UlI.lUJiQQf:,g'lllflgyj:Mig vantages and disadvantages of 1 W e 1 the Fourth Class Club, these we met and mastered. We learned the wonderful value of such expressions as "Nothing, Sirn, "I didn't know I did, Sir", "Tried to, Sir", "Before this formation, Sirn, 4'Soap and water, Sir",et al. At last, after the use of seas of pomade and acres of gray cloth, our B-plates acquired the oHicial shine, and the one bright spot in Plebe summer, namely, the hike, beamed forth as a reality. With light hearts we listened to the awful "general situation" Cthe same old story about the Hudson River being the boundary line between two hostile States, etc.j, and set out to save our country from impending disaster. For ten days we navigated No-man's Land, partakingof the heavenly enjoyment of firing blanks, carrying water and peeling potatoes. Each day we lay for hours in simulated cover, fired millions of rounds of simulated ammunition ,ma two hundred forty-four H A at a s i miu l a t e d enemy, and ffvff 5 . A , -.-, u fag.- : A -f marched to a simulated camp, -- f t ,L f . ' . fry g1 . i5gff'V?g,':35iggjl1 M',,,,' ,- '.fgg-ffg?i" - Where a simulated dinner .V 5,-1 "-Q11 EM- vw SW. E: W R, Av. L4 h "C lf - ,- awaited our honest-to-good- 1, ggi . :Q 'A ness appetites. Before our re- ' ' ' . '23 N 351 f a, turn on that memorable night, 7 llil'-K'lf52"1li2fif5f'l3t "7 ii' made famous by the combined .I .af Q - ft' "ite . 5,351 if 1. , 1' efforts of the T. D. and Jupi- I LT.. .,,,'f",' . -- .1 x . 3 'A'eb . ter Pluvlus, Several Of OUT A - members had made arrange- ments for their names to appear in the next series of special orders. Our experience had given us faith in camoullageg but, back home, We found that the simulated brace has its drawbacks. Camp Albert S. Mills became 'a ,thing of the past and We made the acquaintance of the math depart-in his old time form. Christmas came With its casualties, blues, deadbeats, soirees and boodle fights. Quarantine added to our joys and subtracted from our labors for a couple of Weeks. Our chins came out,asaw their shadows and, due to the long-heralded "spring buckin-up", are simulating ground hog until June. two hundred forty-five Us -zu fa '-x ABERNETHY, Inf. ANDREW, Cav. BALDWIN, Inf. BARROWS, C. E. BAYLER, Inf. BENNETT, Inf. BERRY, Cav. BEVERLEY, C. A. C. BIRMINGHAM, Inf. BLANKENSHIP, Inf. BLANKS, Inf. BLISS, C. E. BRITTON, C. FI. BRUNDRED, Inf. CABELL, Cav. ' CAMPBELL, R. P., Inf. CAPERTON, Inf. CARR, W. W., Inf. 1916 Class Roll CHAMBERS, Inf. CHAPIN, VV. NICD., C. A COCKRELL, Cav. COFFIN, Inf. CRANE, Cav. CUNNINGHAM, C. E. CURETON, Cav. DEMPSEY, Inf. DEWITT, Cav. DONEY, C. A. C. DRAVES, C. A. C. DUHAMEL, C. E. ELLIS, A. M., Inf. FINLEY, T. D., C F.. C FLANIGEN, C. A. . FRASER, C. E. FREELAND, C. A. C. GALLAGHER, F. F., C.A two fzmzdrfd fo Hy-fix GARCIA Y LARROSA, GOODMAN, Inf. GRANT, Inf. GUYER, C. F.. HALPINE, Inf. HEMPHILL, Cav. HENDERSON, C. E. HERKNESS, Inf. HERMAN, H., Inf. HIBBS, F. A. HOSE, C. E. HOUGHTON, Inf. HUDNUTT, F. A. INGLIS, Inf. IRVINE, E. S. J., C. JAMES, B., Inf. JOHNS, C. E. JONES, A. M., Cav. JONES, H. C., F. A. KANE, C. A. C. KING, A. K., F. A. KRAYENBUHL, Cav. KUHN, Inf. LANGE, Inf. LEVY, R. M., C.,A. MCBRIDE, H. L., F. MCBRIDE, R. B., C. MCCULLOUGH, Inf. 1916 Class Roll A P. S. E. C. A. A. C. NICLEAN, F. R., Inf. I MAGUIRE, H. E., F. MANGAN, Inf. MARRIOTT, C. A. C. MARTIN, E., Inf. MARTIN, T. L.,,Inf. MAULSBY, Cav. MERRELL, I-IIf.' MILEY, Infj MILLER, M. L., Inf. NIITCHELL, H., Cav. MOREHOUSE, Inf. MOSES, C. E. A MUMMA,- H. L., Inf. NEWGARDEN, Inf. NEYLAND, C. E. . O,HARE, C. A. C. A. CCONTINUEDJ I PAGE, Inf. E PARKER, P. B., Inf. PATTERSON, C. A. C. ' PEYTON, Inf. PICKERINGX, C. A. C. PRICKETT, Cav. RAFFERTY, C-av. RAMSEY, C. A. C. REINH'ART, F. A. RICHE, C. A. C. RINEARSON, Inf. ROBB, C. E. RUDDELL, C. A. C. RUSSELL, Inf. RUTHERFORD, F. A. SASSE, Cav. SAUL, Inf. SCOEIELD, C. A. C. SCOTT, C. E. - SHARRER,HC. F.. I SHIPP, Cav. , SHUGG, Cav. SIMKINHS, C. F.. SMITH, C. C., Inf. SMITH, E. C., C. E. SNOW, C. E. SPENCE, Cav. STREET, Inf. STYER, C. E. TARPLEY, F. A. TOWNSEND, Cav. TULLY, J. M., Cav. WALBACH, C. A. C. WALES, Cav. WALKER, C. E. WALSH, Cav. WEYAND, Inf. " XNHITSON,'I1'1f. WILLIAMS, -F. J., C. WVILLS, C. E. WILSON, W. R., Inf. VVOODWARD, W. R., WORSHAM, C. E. XIANCEY, Inf. A A.C F. A. Iwo fzundred foriy-fevmz Ylfirw " .ev-Q-.A-A-1-.--f-A-ff--A-A-1-Na,--V.-.-M M--.--. -A. --...........-..-..... .-.......,,..,,.,,. .-,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,, , , , ' - '?f53i'1.2gf?'f-fin? : :Ir if-' AGE' Lax-3x,f'X2?fpf52aE ms...v..v" f 4.-v -.4 - will . . wi -f - A P 4 ...S-""2R.f.1... .- ...-.fnflrnfz .gg-S.....42,:K.n.1, .Sf2-.4,f,....,- 1 2 11 , . A F?" " "' R" i"f"'uf'25 "' A " . 'X ,QLWE y.. W, ,:,,q:. '-f'.,g, .," fij: 4. - - -Wm, fl - : ,V "'1'7W' ""' f' .-. 'gg-fx iw ., ---- - Y -3 ini, 553 ' . 1 . xi -1 B X5 wa: P 'f " 1. A R f k' 1? A La C if 'wi' Eff? fm . Q ,Q , ,'f '1 ':'j'- : .1 , -A ,. .L - -L5 .. - I ,. . 1 .15 ,. ,-. ' ,. A-., ff-,.. C 514 , -f'....ey gg., ?-P . arg, 9,6 .. " q i: cl. . V :,,,,.E.f, L, .Q 5 A ,V-Av e.. .. , '2.- MM " Q . ' ' " 1 '-W Ri. A " .,.. - A P' .- HH' . A 'E- . , sg 55 :34 -. xg-4 , - ru f fw u',,,2 :Q 52 -13, -we . ' ""-vlqiwzj' Ei' ,.,.g- :".f ,A . .,, i , , ji ,vi , . :if ff 93' -P if 3-f ". + 1 B21 - fQ1QQZI..: .f' Wg liw , X" fi P, .- E- A ' " V L 1 i f .- .1 I -V 1- l ' " .Mig if 1" A 9- "V s' 4: L ' U. EE-' 1 "f-J Eff ,.-5 744 " ' ' 'LR . W.--""' fi J " . - . '- .' 'S g . - . J E ' - 'H 25 -- ' . " .HA if 1. Q , . . . -1 H -fi 1 . . .2 ' .,.. . ' . . . . . .- A . -. .i. ' ff? ---g '1' .2 I - . -,. g.y.,,.9pLw-gmeqf-. . V. If'--.-fmMff-'-'--f---H-- Y4,,:,,,1 ,zyiklmztl-ll:-:I H J-LQ.. ., .J .. ' .. ,. . .. .. - ...... ..,.. .. . . A - P - - - Q8 EXgm1,4f,i:gV . 4' A' ' ' '-1 . .-FA. A .15 A iff N . l l ff' 'Q Y W , 1917 Class Roll ARMSTRONG, C. H., Inf. ARMSTRONG, M. G., C. BARROLL, C. A. C. . BATHURST, F. A. BEASLEY, F. A. BEURKET, C. A. C. BLACK, P. G., Cav. BONHAM, Inf. BOWLIN, Inf. BRADBURY, C. A. C. BRADSHAW, C. A. C. BRENNAN, Inf. BROWN, H. C., Inf. BROWN, P. H., Inf. BUTLER, F. A. CAMPBELL, A. H., C. A CARDWELL, F. A. CHAPMAN, E. H., Inf. CLARK, E. H., Inf. CLARK, M. W., Inf. CLARK, S. F., F. A. CODE, C. A. C. .C. COLE, J. T., Cav. COLLINS, J. L., Inf. COMPTON, Cav. CONEER, Cav. COTA, Inf. COULTER, Inf. COWGILL, C. A. C. CRUMP, C. A. C. DANIELS, Inf. DAUGHERTY, VV. F,. Cav. DEVINE, F. A. DOUGHERTY, F. E., Inf. EAGLES, Inf. ELEY, W. S., Inf. ERLER, Inf. FALES, Inf. FOLTZ, C. A. C. FORD, C. A. C. FRIER, Inf. GERHARDT, C. H., Cav. GREEN, Inf. GUION, F. A. A. C. iwo hundred forly-eight GURNEY, F. A. HALSEY, Inf. HARMON, Cav. HARPER, Cav. HARRISON, R., Cav. HARRISON, W. K., Cav. HAYDEN, C. A. C. HEAVEY, W. F., Eng. HELM, Inf. HERATY, Inf. HOLDRIDCE, Cav. HOLMES, C. A. C. HOOVER, Inf. HURDIS, F. A. HUTCHINGS, Eng. IRVING, F. A., Inf. IRWIN, S. R., Eng. JACKSON, C. A. C. JOHNSON, C. R., Cav. JONES, H., Eng. KEISER, Inf. KILBURN, Cav. KITTRELL, Eng. KUNZ, Cav. ' LEONARD, Inf. LEWIS, C. D., Inf. LEWIS, R. H., F.'A. LEWIS, W. M., Inf. LISLE, Cav. LOHMANN, C. A. C. MCEWAN, Inf. MCGLACHLIN, F. A. MCMAHON, Inf. MACON, Inf. MARKOE, Infj MARTIN, L. L., Cav. MEACHAM, Cav. MELASKY, Inf. NIITCHELL, L. C., C. A. C. ' NIORFORD, Cav. MORROW, Cav. MULLINS, , Inf. MURRAY, J. T., Inf. NEWTON, Inf. NISLEY, F. A. NOCE, Eng. I NYGAARD, C. A. C. 'O OLMSTED, C. A. C. 1917 Class Roll 5 CCONTINUEDD PALMER, F. L.,lEng. PARKS, Inf. PERRIRNE . PERRY, F. A. PIERCE, C. A. C. POPE, Inf. RANSOM, Inf. REDFIELD, Inf. REDNER, Inf. RICHARDS, Eng. RIDCWAY, Inf. RITCHIE, C. A. C. ROSSELL, Inf. RUMBOUGH, Inf. . SACKETT, Inf. SACKVILLE, C. A. C. SALVOSA Y RADA, P. S SAUNDERS, W. H., F. SCHROEDER, F. A. SCHULZE, Cav. -SCHWARZKOPF, Cav. SHERRILL, Cav. SINKLER, Inf. SLAUGHTER, Inf. SMITH, A. C., Cav. STANFORD, Cav. STEINER, Eng. STEWART, Inf. SULLIVAN, Inf. SWANTON, Inf. - TATE, J. S., Cav. TEALE, Eng. TULLY, J. K., F. A. A. VANDER HYDEN, C. A. C VON -KUMMER, Inf. WAHL, F. A. WARNER-, W. W., C. A. WEEMS, Inf. ,I WEISHAMPEL, Inf. WHITCOMB, Inf. WHITE, MCC., Inf. WIGHTMAN, Inf. - WOOD, S. A., Inf. WOOLEY, Inf. YORK, Inf. YOUNG, S. H., Inf. YUILL, Inf. two hundred foriy-'nine C A ALMQUIST, Cav. ANDERSON, G. H., Inf. ANDERSON, H. R., Inf. ARTHUR, Inf. BACON, Inf. BARBER, Inf. BARNES, Inf. BARRETT, Inf. BARTLEY, Inf. BELL, T., Inf. BELLINGER, J. B., Cav. BERTHOLET, Cav. BETHEL, Inf. BILLINGS, Inf. BINGHAM, Inf. BISSELL, Inf. BLACK, H. M., C. A. C BOBRINK, Inf. BRINGHAM, Inf. BROWN, E. T., C. A. C BUECHLER, F. A. '. Q, LF' T ,cl-f 'X EXW? A 1918 Class Roll CARR, F. L., Cav. CARSON, Cav. CARSWELL, Inf. CHAPMAN, W. ATCC., Inf. COEEEY, C. A. C. COHEN, Inf. COLE, P. W., Inf. COLLINS, W. D., C. A. C. ' CONNER, Cav. COONEY, F. A. COUNTS, Eng. COWLES, F. A. CUSACK, Inf. CUSTIS, Cav. DAv1s, IMI. XV., Cav. DAY, C. A. C. DEAS, Inf. DE CAMP, C. A. C. DEEBLE, C. A. C. DELEHANTY, Cav. DEMUTH, Inf. DICKSON, C. A. C. DIEHL, Cav. DONALDSON, W. H., DUREEE, Inf. C.A.C DURRSCHMIDT, Cav. DWIGHT, C. A. C. ELY, H. B., Eng. ERWIN, J. Ni., Inf. EYSTER, Inf. FAUST, C. A. C. FLEMING, Inf. FREEMAN, Inf. FUTCH, F. A. GANTT, Inf. GARITY, Cav. GERHARDT, YV. R., F. A. GOODE, Inf. GRAHAM, Inf. GRIEEITH, Eng. HALL, C. A. C. HARDING, Inf. two hundred jifzy HARLOE, Eng. HARRIS, Eng. HASBROUCK, C. A. C. HAWKINS, C. A. HEA, Inf. FIEAVEY, T. J., Cav. HEINER, F. A. HIRSCH, C. A. C. HOFFMAN, R. J., Inf. HOUSE, Inf. HUEE, C. A. C. JANK, C. A. C. JEDLICKA, Cav. JENNA, Inf. JOHNSON, J. NI., F. A. JONES, L. IVIGC., F. A. KERNAN, F. A. KNIGHT, J. T., F. A. KNOOB, Cav. KOLB, F. A. KRAUSE, Inf. ' LEVY, E. H., Eng. LEWIS, P. W., Inf. LONG, Inf. NICGILL, Inf. MCGREGOR, Cav. ' MCNEILL, Inf. MAHONEY, Inf. MALING, Inf. MALLORY, Inf. TVIATLACK, Inf. TVTEADE, C. A. C. NIEREDITH, F. A. NIILAN, Infj MOOMAU, Inf, MOORE, B. E., Inf. TVIORGANT-I-IALER, C. A. C. I MURPHY, C. A. C. MURRAY, K. P., Inf. NORTON, Inf. O'KEEEE, Cav. PACA, Inff PALMER, C. B., C. A. PIPER, C. A. C. PLACE, Inf. POHL, Eng. PURVIS, Inf. 1918 Class Rolf A CCONTINUEDJ REED, C. A. C. REEDER, F. A. REIN-BURG, Cav. REYES, P. S. RILEY, Inf. RINGSDCRF, F. A. RISING, Inf. ROLFE, Inf. ROSE, Cav. SAEEORD, Cav. SARCKA, Inf. SAUNDERS, J. B., Cav. SCHAEFER, J. E., Inf. SCHLENKER, Cav. ' SCHMIDT, Inf. SEGUNDO Y VENTURA, P. S SHAFFER, F. C., C. A. SHARP, Inf. SIMPSON, Inf. STAMPS, Eng. STANSELL, Cavq STEMBRIDGE, Inf. SYMMONDS, Cav. TATE, A., Inf. TAYLOR, Inf. TIBBETTS, F. A. TIMBERLAKE, Inf. - TROLAND, Eng. WAGNER, C. A. C. WARDROP, Eng. WARNER, L. V., Inf. WATTS, Inf. VVHITE, W. G., Inf. . WHITELEGG, Inf. XKVHITTINGTON, Inf. WILLARD., Inf. WILLIAMSON, Cav. WILSON, C. B., Inf. WILSON', D. A., Inf. WILSON,'J. B., Inf. WILSON, W. I., F.-A. VVOLFF, F. A. VVOOD, H. T., Cav. XVOOD, T. E., F. A. WOODBURY, Cav. C. WCODXVARD, C. VV., Inf. two fzuvzdrrd fifty-om' v f ' 2 12' iififj 5' l1e5f vm, : . . YT 'S 'fx QI E. 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' , In I83O, the Corps extended in a similar manner the Warm congratulations of comrades 'to the men of L7Ecole Polytechnique just emerging with a glorious record from the bloody revolution which established the Republic of France. ' Today, L'Ecole Polytechnique sends to us much the same greeting. The Alma Mater of Joffre, of Foch, of hundreds of war Worn heroes of France sends to us a sol- dieris Welcome. T Accompanying this letter was a bronze statuette, an exact copy of the statue which stands in the Court of Honor of the French School, as a memorial of one ofthe great events of its history. It is the embodiment of the spirit With Which both L'Ecole Polytechnique and West Point send forth their sons. U In our reply, We know that We speak for the men of West Point of the past and We are confident in speaking for the ,men of West Point of the future when We express the joy and relief with which We men of the Corps take our place, the place assigned to us by the men of the Corps now dead, beside these soldiers of France Whom We can today call our friends, our comrades, our brothers in arms. two hundred jifly-jive X., E 1 F 4 V K 'qv ILPAILQQJE J I , , X X gd I 24:5 K , ' fyg: X -,. .,. 'Y ' ,muh M.. 1 Ei. N 4 'Q -5'-IxJII,I ,' , , Av fi-""6 I 15 ,1 - N 'f -' X. Rf-. 1 We W 5" 'Q I :A - 0 Iii ' T-V ' 7" 5-55 055 li UQ - - "" f ' " J " "Q 7 'Z - + fig' f XMPSX ,II- Ofvpluff I' 13. ' 'V X" ' J- II ,9'f ,W"nqf,?1x 11Q32w F' fy "'f"f -'gf. 7f-A' . 'Y Q-figfssvfgm ' IN'-+215 Rf Q- .2 -ff 'Vick NPOPJ,-yw1i'mQ fx I I I X I'Qi.N,."-A ' gig ,xl Nl 5,1 TQ." 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UNITED STATES fVXlLI1'ARYACADEMY' Xfest Point, New York , ' MAY-1,1918 To THE STIIDI'aNTs OF L'ECoI,E POLYTECIINIQUE I We have been re uesteb I our comraoes to res onb to the wmrm C1 P , expressions offmternnl reqzxrb You have extcnoeo to us Eighty-eight pears Ango ourforefathers, in plebging themselves frienos Ano comrgxoes, estaiblisheo A bono which time hms onlf strengtheneo It is with profouno their we of West point tobnx senb our coInro.6es to confirm this plebgfe lighting sioe by sibe with the sons if L'Ecole Polytechniqiie, coigiioent Ano Assureo unber the leaoership of one of the greatest Your grabuates, we shall become truly: Your brothers in arms, Ano Your associates in the oefense those ioesls to which our iiniteo egorts are oeoiczxteb The bezintiful symbol of the spirit. of L'Ecole Polptechnique which we hmve received through our Secretary of Wm: will ever serve as 2x source of inspiration Ano A5 A constant rcminber of the high i6ea.ls Ano the peijsect spirit which zxre thefonnoations of our institlitions. lc will stzxnb as a. permanent monument to the enouring fraternity cf Lfcole Polptechniqiie anb the Llniteb States Military Acaoemp, of the French Arwny and the American Aran! of France Ano America. I We men of the Corps sztlute Yon For the Corps if Cabets' YJ-mmux Qpksfvnw-fAQX5i MMM f ,IJZMIMM f, Q7 feast fuzz.. ..L2de.7" MAJOR KOEHLER ' -.zf A ' - fl? ASF' ' if 1 f ,fd ' J ,417 1 . ?Z?31fff5f'ZfEZ ., . zf'-:fy 1,y'.1,! fig. :A j-,1 E ' 1' 2'-:facie-.-3,-: :P , I f,-21-I ,. YV Q5 pp ,X -1 1,34 5 57 I MQ,-.. f,wfQf.k-.1 M' L if Q' f - f wfiwf' A b:jfL5Z?,y,l AMN W' , , 'ag r UQ' ,. ' I x15 hm ..", A W If in., ,V fvf- 'TQ 'J V' ffi95?53x35if'A V32-airs Ny j if -Q-Eifw X' , ei 1,51 '.,A1 T QR, A M ' 'L gas L .2 . ,M ji: uig l 1 1+ ., A, V gm. . f Gigi A c , ' - yvwmw fif?2iffHiiii1iQ5f5Q1ili3f55ff2iif153uiEii Ziifei2ehsQ.i1Lsf?f2H?G Qsffi,? 192-f ' T5' 7'f'31 E1 ff ?iaWi?a'?3f'2f1?"5?gv?Ag?fi2f?5fl?f'5 gf? fi T53 IFE swQf59' 1? 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'H V KNIGHT, Football IRISH, Track E MILEY, All-around Gymnastics ' 3 OLIPHANT, Football, Baseball, Basketball, Track , 3 DAVIS, Baseball B , ' ' FOSTER, Baseball E A-r HAZLEHURST, Baseball 3-' fur S iwo hundred sixty-one . , . . .,,,.TfifT in 5 l , . , . V 5-gJ,t,,3a,i.z Al -:SL . -ww- '-nsn,-- We -uni rig' s iii 'E Y stiff if 'WWE , 1 . gmt -wr ,Q , L Qu-"' F ooibal I 3 OOTBALL, throughout the season of 1917, Was followed by a 3 A particularly malevolent jinx, but the records show that he v .4 was pretty well foiled. First of all, the beginning of the season caught us unprepared. This happened because the War Depart- ' ment had ordered our schedule cancelled last spring and the ban , ff ' T' f was not removed until the time of the first call for candidates in September. The War Department still had its foot down on a ' W Navy Game, and the premature cancellation of our schedule lost N Z " Pennsylvania and West Virginia from the list. These losses did " ig, not leave a very formidable schedule, but We were thankful to E have prospects for some sort of a season. The early graduation of '18 deprived us of jones, Place, g Hirsch House and Timberlake all "AH men' also Cha man ack Kni ht Huff Q P g 1 Fleming and other lesser lights? In additionithere was the gap left by Big Macj EW Meacham, Gerhardt, Butler, Redfield and others of 1917. Thus the team had little resemblance to our last Navy Wrecker. Despite these gaps We had enough good material, but, unfortunately, various causes prevented the use of all of it. The greatest handicap, apparent from the first, Was the lack of experienced coaches. The nation being at War, no officers could be specially detailed for this purpose. Moreover, with such poor Navy Game prospects, the Athletic Council two huudrzd .rixty-two gf in . ... s W au . us WW r M445 .-.- sz -f ' vw.. xx -xy, -vu, my -. 'P' 3 ear W W 735 fur WTP 7-fr' ' could not see its way clear to get outside help. To Capt. Keyes fell the difficult lot of head coach. Jeff Keyes worked hard under unfavorable conditions to produce a winning team. Great credit is due him for this success in the face of unusual' diffi- culties. Yet we cannot help thinking that if Daly and Graves of revered memory had been at the helm, we would have had still fewer regrets, Capt. Keyes, success was augmented to a considerable extent by the aid of Captains Englehardt, Little- john and Crane. - After the usual preliminary practices the first squad was chosen, the less lucky ones being given the option of carrying on with Cullum or of rejoining the red comforter club. This process entailed difficulties not usually encountered. There had been no summer practice, and hence there was no advance dope available on the Plebe material. Van de Graaff and McQuarrie stood out early as the Plebe finds, with Luce, Adams, Bartlett, Domminey, Barton, Smith, hd. G., and others showing signs of considerable promise. From last-year's squad there remained Oliphant, Knight, Murrill, YVicks, Stokes,aShrader, March, Rundell, Richardson, Ward,A. F., Yeager, Monroe, Pulsifer and Watkins. These men made a good nucleus upon which to build, especially considering the leader ofthe list. There were four absen- tees Cby order of the T. DJ-Vidal, Hahn, Witters and Williamson. Hahn and Wit- ters came to the squad before the season was over, but too late to show their best form. The other two were a permanent loss. . The loss of Gene Vidal left a hole difficult for us to fill. Tenths removed Luce from the squad before the first game was played., A The season opened auspiciously, Carnegie'Tech being the first victim to the tune of 28-O. The team made a fine showing of early season form. Ollie showed himself to be the Ollie of old by ripping off sizable gains when they were' most needed. McQuarrie did good work, but this was his first and last game for the Army-another question of tenths. Van de Graaff proved that his rep was well deserved, but there follows another sad story. He injured his knee badly in the second half and was incapacitated until the last game of the season. The prospects of the forward passing game looked good, several neat passes from Murrill to March being made. Army's goal was never threatened in this game. V. M. I. was next taken into camp: 34-0. Although the Virginia Kayd-ets were a much lighter outfit than the Army, they put up a hard scrap and worried us more than the score indi- cates. The first period was 'all V. M. lfsi However, by the time the first half was over, the Army had awakened enough to push over a touchdown. The old steam roller got busy in the 'last half, leaving no room to doubt the outcome: Monroe, working in McQuarrie's two hundred .fixty-ihrree W, A, W, . i place, showed up well in his kicking. Une touchdown was scored on a pass, Barton being on the receiving. end. In theTufts Game the team displayed plenty of drive in the attack, but showed some weak spots on the defense. Too many plays went through our forwards to be stopped by the secondary defense. Army scored twice during the first half. The first touchdown was made in eight plays after receiving the kickoff. The next one came after Tufts had lost the ball to us on downs on our zo-yard line. Wicks, Bartlett and Oliphant by a series of short plunges, carried the ball the length of the field for a touchdown. Domrniney nabbed a pretty pass from Murrill at the open- ing of the second half and crossed the line for a score. Tufts count came in the last quarter after the first team had been sent to the side lines. The ball was rushed to our 15-yard line, where a drop kick was booted over our crossbar. As usual, Ollie was the star, both offensively and defensively. Score, 26-3. The Villa Nova Game was a distinct disappointment. The team played rather ragged football throughout, in sharp contrast to the brand of ball it had shown in previous games. Villa Nova started things off with a rush. They received the kickoff on their Io-yard line and then proceeded to march straight down the field for a touchdown. Most of the gains were made by forward passes. Army did not pull itself together until late in the next quarter. The score was tied in this period, a touchdown was made in six plays from our 40-yard mark with Ollie carrying the two hundred .rixty-four 5 5 ' i by i trim' um if r r -:wifi ff- : I !',i .. O -. Qfggafasgpsa aaQa.f4 -1 ... rv f-- co f- ... vgfibami 2SDE?p'UD5E:" 95'3"' Q5-Oggmlifzda 5'9-rn'-sqqhafqa-D-,,,fpCX'P! 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On the next. play Gipe tried to kick from behind his own goal line, but Stokes, charging through, blocked the kick, The ball bounded back through the fence at the end of the field before anyone could reach it. The I operation of a ground rule made this count as a safety. That put two points on the Army score- board ancl gave us a hunch that more would Us My come. But alas and alack, 'twas not to be so. 7 I An exchange of kicks followed, Monroe having a shade the better of his Hoosier opponent. Toward the end-of the period Ollie caught a punt on our 40-yard mark but was downed in his tracks. Army by a series of shortgains then worked the ball to N. Dfs 30-yard mark where Ollie7s attempt for a field goal went wide. Gipe threw a scare into the Army stands near the end of the first half by getting loose from scrimmage for twenty-five yards in the open field. Murrill rose to the occasion and stopped 923' ff, sf Aim If 7, ff fly ffwfffg N ff!! gf 12? f 9' K gjfff his mad career at mid-field. From there i Notre Dame Worked the ball within kicking ' distance of our goal posts. They tried a drop- kick which fell short in the arms of Ollie, who 33 ran itback twen.ty yards. two hundred ,fixty-jivf DTP '45 E After an exchange of kicks at the beginning of the third period the ball was in Armyls possession on its 40-yard line. Hahn made four yards through tackle. Ollie made four rnore and then first down. After a pass had failed, Ollie again advanced the ball eight yards by a drive off tackle. The ball was now on Notre Dame's 35-yard line and the Arrny stands rose to their feet yelling for a touchdown. Things certainly looked encouraging for us, but here carne the break of the game. Hahn having been held for no gain, Ollie attempted a pass to March. A Hoosier jumped in, intercepted the pass and ran ten yards before he was brought to earth. Notre Dame by short gains, aided by a successful forward pass and a penalty, marched down the field and reached our 8-yard line before the period ended. On the first play of the next quarter Brandy went over for their touchdown. Rydzewski kicked goal and the score stood 7-2. Then began Oliphant's desperate bid for a touchdowng an epic in itself. Ollie caught the kick-off and ran it back twenty yards. Ollie rnade six yards off tackle. Notre Dame penal- ized five yards for off side. Oliphant plunged for ten yards more. Hahn could not gain. Ollie advanced five yards more. Notre Dame penal- ized five yards again. Six yards more for Ollie. Two more for Hahn. Ollie made it first down two hundred Jixty-.fix - ...uv- 'Ufbf -nu 'im 9 x 5-ir' 3 FMF' if-" 5 35 and then pushed through for five more The next play netting onlyavard the Army lined up as for a place kick It was a fake Murrill passed over the goal line A Notre Dame man however caught the pass thus putting to naught Ollie swonderful and almost single hand ed advance of sixty ive yards The ball was put in play on the Hoosier s 20 yard line After a couple of plays Notre Dame was penalized I5 yards and kicked to midfield the omnipotent Elmer Q making the catch and coming back I5 yards This gave another chance to score but the Army lost 5 yards on the first play Passes were then re sorted to Une netted 2 yards but the others were unsuccessful the ball going to Notre Dame on downs Here was where we cannot but be lieve that Gene Vidal s presence would have made a difference Notre Dame then worked the ball into our territory When the final whistle blew the ball was in their possession on our I8 yard line with the score 7 2 against us The Carlisle Indians who followed Notre Dame went down defeat 28 O The result was never in doubt although the Indians threatened to score several times. The Arrny7s defensive work left much to be desired. At times the Indians forgot to be good Indians and began biting and scratching. Fortunately, more of it was done to their own men than to ours. Two touchdowns were scored in each half. The first resulted from a 50-yard dash by Ollie, made possible by some fancy interference by Knight. In this game Jeff Keyes uncovered a dark horse, Sam Walker two huvzdrzd Jixty-.vfwn E 0-nr Snr 'H' wr -wr ear as r Most of the damage done to 1 the Indians in the second half was due to Sam's work. He , . . ' scored both touchdowns and 3 reeled off some sizable gains. Monroe and Wicks also played reliably and well. A The Lebanon Valley Game was a rather uninteresting affair, the Army winning easily, 50-0. The team played the best ball it had shown in sever- al weeks. The chief feature, as usual, was Ollie who celebrated by scoring 32 points. The overhead game worked well, several pretty passes being worked from Murrill to March. Domminey made a circus catch of along forward pass, catching the ball while lying on his back. The referee decided that such stuff was unconstitutional and disallowed the play. Sam Walker's good work was again a noticeable feature. The day of the Notre Dame Game, all hope for a Navy Game was definitely abandoned, when it was announced that the Army would play Charlie Brickley's Boston College team on November 24th. This date had been kept open on our schedule in the hope that the Powers That Be might relent at the eleventh Boston put up a healthy scrap, the Army barely winning in the last few minutes of play. Boston's kicking game proved a con- siderable problem for us. They gained from IO to I5 yards on every exchange of boots. The first half was uneventful, neither side scoring. Early in the third period, Ollie caught Fitzpatrick's drop-kick attempt and raced back 30 yards. After Sam Walker had made I5 yards on a line play lVlurrill tossed a pass into Bartlett's outstretched arms, thereby putting the ball on Boston's 20-yard mark. From there, the Army scored by a series of line plays. Ollie kicked goal. Boston's score was something of a fluke. Urban blocked an Army kick from our 25-yard line. The ball bounded well off to one side where White grabbed it and ran 30 yards for the touchdown. The story of the rest of the game was one of several desperate attempts to score. The Army finally succeed- ed in putting over the winning count. Several of the attempts failed, due to penalties at critical points. Once Ollie was actually across the line, but someone had been holding and we had to begin over again. Ollie ended his football career in true Oliphantian style, leading the charge in all the attacks and finally scoring the winning touchdown with scarcely a minute left to play. Score, I4-7. hour. two hundred .rixty-eight W e W 35 3 'HP S li Space forbids a -lengthy resume of the ' Work of the various men. Only that of the more notable ones can be touched upon. Stokes proved a valuable man at center, filling Big Mads shoes in satisfactory style. March did much good work, especially in receiving the forward pass. Knight wasthe mainstay of the line. Being of considerable bulk and possessed ofqno mean agility, Ofhe smashed everything aimed in his general direction. Smith did good Work in the line considering his lightness and lack of experi- ence. Van de Graaff's injury kept him out of all except the first and last games. These were ample, though, to show that he is a player of top rank. Murrill handled the team in a fashion to justify his nickname of General. He also proved to be a very accu- rate and eHicient thrower of theforward pass, an extremely valuable and' necessary at- tribute. Monroe, Wicks and Hahn showed up equally well in the back field. Mads kicking was well above the average. Walker was not discovered until late in the season, but next to Ollie was our best offensive back. The mighty Oliphant, of course, is a story all by.himself. V We lose by graduationthe services of Oliphant, Knight, Murrill, Horr, Richard- son, Casey, Ward, A. F., and Mitchell. With Oliphant's going, the Middies' fervent prayer of four long years of agony is answered. May Gene Vidal- continue their nightmares, leading next year's team. A two hundred .fixty-nine -mn - , vw- .,-.1 .' Q vw .. 1. 1 . uv 111041 Q . . , 423. . X aaatsssivftigqr ki- . . RSX-,B x X Xwsaysf n kscggai-5?,x.,,Xr ,Ns W up 1 CY, F - -. Q af- -v W s'N..,r's-. "" . .JP-T'1.g,, - ,-fi-'nr 4 -X"-2:1 . XSL.-sbaxaiew 'X 'L:-,- . Y V- 1 . - 1- 5 1- .. -ff A , 13 H ff fe' C L. R . f h'-,,J3:1f'..""1- ,,,, - ,g-we ,-f'Tf5,1-. V 'Riff ,V ' f T35 . xwr LM' :Sf- fa 51' qt 5 Y xo We KHQTJ: '75 V - - la 'G' will bile Fiita W amz ba-1 X4 av:-M 1+-T-ff EF? 25? Sgt? iii? Leif? 23:9 fer? T55 rg li!-e sure QTL" EQ? zw-p avril, diff? Lim- . . . . ggi? CCASIONALLY, the Army team loses, usually it wins, but there is no JE Q--F' . . ' ' ally about the Cullum team. Cullum always wins. Thls season was no k7,:a,-s- . . . exce tion to the rule. Out of the n1ne ames la ed Cullum won S1 ht. Efw Y a , QE? and the other was a scoreless tie. Not only did Capt. Nlax-it's charges fail to lose a sin le ame but the also allowed their oal line to be crossed but once. B ' wa ulwtc g Q Y Y Y Milf!-f-f of celebratin the o enin of the season Cullum took on two teams in the same 1511,--u 7 afternoon and won from both. Cullum is a Valuable institution here as it furnishes those of insuflicient experi- IEI-A--:-- Gm? ence for the bi s uad a chance to follow the ame as it develo s material for the P glam? vlfggkf 9' ii r. 3, ,A VT ' first team. Great credit is due all those who go out for Cullum to receive little or no glory and many hard bumps in their endeavor to do their bit toward an Army day. Every year, Cullum sends many of her sons to the Held across the ,S h-iZ7'w.v.,,.4v"7'Y?3'?3-t, ' .4 ,J cs :- '2' 'ff V I Q f , , M- -C.-'fr 4 s -1--'TJ ..-,. nc 'a,1.:m.t ,a ,.,- mf:-is f:,..V - ,sn - ,I f ' I T-ef ails: ' V -"1 , iffy:-M1-Z-H 5 . ., . N J lwo hundred :evevzty - camp road, among them have been Pritchard, Hoge, Chuck KGerhardt, George Hirsch, Sam Walker, Hahn and many others. I ' 0 Max Corpening captained the team and was one of the stars, being partic- ularly assisted in that capacity by theISwedes, 'A was coached by Capt. Stuart Cramer. ' A . H14-www .ty Wfeiiiiiiiim ,ig , . A if BAGBY AXELSON PICHEL CASMAN CORPENING ERICSON MOORE, J. M. KENDALL V October 3 October I 3 October IO October I7 October 3 I November A7, November .9 November' 16 November IQ CULLUM CULLUM CULLUM CULLUM CULLUM CULLUM CULLUM CULLUM CULLUM THE SQUAD , LEWIS, J. H. AUTRY I WELCHEL FELLERS ' KULMAN ,-IOHNSTON, H. D. TWINING A LOPER JONES, H. C. , SCHEDULE ' . OLYONKERS HIGH . 7-ERASMUS HIGH . I3'U. S. M. A. DET. F ,- I4-PEEKSKILL M. A. . ZOLWHITE PLAINS . O-PEDDIE INST. S . 34-BLGOMFIELD HIGH . 27-'N. Y. U. 2nd TEAM" . IQ-NAVY SQUAD . two hundrfd .twenty-one Axelsonx and Ericson. The squad CRANSTON BUCK , SEBREE ' NIBLACK CARDER Foss SHAW LAWRENCE .A. 3 52924 25,2 5' ' 'Hiiiiiiiiiiii 1, , .-f - Sw. . 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Ei at Qs, SAW., W iff? ..,, l - ,157 -- ASKETBALL during the season of IQI7-I8 was the most success- gf ful that the Army basketball team has played in some yearsii-'ggggfsc -'ef 5,57 ' ' . TEE . if gf, But for that Cp1dCIT11C of measles, there seems little reason to Jig 7 ' jzgfs-1 "s: 2253212-g,., doubt that the season would have been an even greater success. When the disease hit us, the team had won five out ol six 1 -"- an . . . . , games and was improving with each game. The quarantine caused a cessation of all practice and of all games for nearly three weeks. VVhen the squad got back to work again it was is-1-L-fe . . . . . . asia, -'-Q7 like beginning a new season. In addition to the quarantine usa--e-W , . . . . ndvlif- trouble, Captain I. Jones, head coach, was detailed temporarily at Fort Sill. His absence demoralized the teamwork. Two games were lost while he was away. In these games the team showed itself to be plainly below the form it had shown before the measles and the medicas got busy. fa' if l4,...,v.--,- 1. - ..-..,i,..4L.- J 1, Iwo hundrgd .reimzty-two Vidal Shrader and Capt. Leo Kreber were the only men from last year's .Var- 7 D sity who reported for the first practice. However, it soon' developed thatathe mem- bers of the 1920 Plebe team would more than replace the losses causediby 'I7's and 18's graduation. Hahn, Gorman, Wells and Keyser were chiefly instrumental in filling up the holes. The squad was coached by Capts. I. Jones, Copthorne and Bradford. The latter completed his fourthasuccessful season with the Plebes. We hope that this same trio will be on hand to coach next year's squad, as the results obtained this year indicate conclusively- that they have the right system. A As usual, the season opened with St. John's.' Army won handily 414255, and at the very start showed a better brand of team play than any we had ever seen dis- played by an Army five. Seton Hall came next with a long string of victories to their credit, but Went down to a 26-I6 defeat. The Army guards covered the oppos- ing forwards so closely that only four field goals were caged by the enemy, most of these resulting from very long shots. Gorman led the scoring for the Army- Man- hattan proved easy, Army winning 25-IO without being threatened. N. Y. U. put up a good argument during the first half of their game. The score at half time was 17-13, our favor. In the second half the Army machine functioned better, and N. Y. U. scored only six points to our nineteen. Final count, Army 364N. Y. U. 19. The following Saturday the team rang up its fifth straight victory by downing the strong Springfield Y. M. C. A. College aggregation, 27-15.- This was the first time in several years that the Army had defeated Springfield. The game was fast and hard-fought throughout.. The team displayed some pretty passing and floor Work Vidal, Keyser and Gorman played especially well. The Crescent A. C. adminis tered our first defeat of the season. This team of ex-college stars guarded so te lone field goal. This was an unusual game, Army being beaten by the perfectio naciously thatit was not until the end of the game that Shrader was able to tally our of Crescent's defensive game. Score, 4-14. The Tuesday following this game th Corps went into quarantine with dire results for the basketball seasonas well as for numerous other things.. Swarthmore played the first game here after the lifting of the quarantine. Army led at half time but Swarthmore came back strong in the second half. 'When the final whistle blew, the ,count stood 27-3,5 against us. Union came next and handed the Army her sixth defeat in as many years. It is about time that we put a stop to this state of affairs. The team made a gallant uphill fight, after trailing at first, but could not make the grade. Perhaps the boys could have put it over had not first call for supper robbed them of the Corps' support. Final score, I8-I4. In the next two games the team played nearly up to its early season standard. West Virginia and Lehigh were swamped by scores of 42-16 and 42-21 respectively. In the latter game, Cranston, the star of the Plebe team, made 18 Iwo hundred revenly-thru' M. . L+ 'sf r f1tQf . Qslasszafa. , fray i ,eff 'N T 041.1355 .l gzriwff' ' ' Tab! f' wr. ' -A .friffs . " is ..f?iE"l-W MQNSS Wi" 1 .f?-mt' PSY -era. thi' Wgetgf -14,5410 B ' -Ll,g,?7'-Xfiknl W. i : ii is -smear. N xl,-7 f, EI '-' f eiwfw ya ' X1 WS? is f lg Q, lx,f'-ffl! my '-11? ,La . l1,,Jh.g..'.,ffr7:'Q.glL31f51ATl.4,r""ni7""' 59'--Egftggig ,hx K ' V W 2 "gg, 4 ,Legg VJQ.--..gfgiei vNQSi27sS css N fl s ., .egqliifi V may s. . . i ,Maas em W-xtf-is IXXX- be gait? A 1 1 sg if ir, ,af fy' .f 1 Y .flied i H, .425 i EE? ii F ef flilas- 'BELT' Ea? sit few' Ear? ff 9"E2.? QE' . kk, Tiff' 3625 i -X his first appearance on the Varsity floor. He celebrated his debut by scoring six- teen points. Brooklyn Poly handed us an unexpected jolt by winning from us 23" ses? WMS? 'eaisf' 'Ea' 'asf' E BEM' KAI? Eliiifiiliilifillllliifiiiiti if ll 'lvilllwilllltitl N T' N EN' Pd :r CD cm SU 3 F0 E SD U3 Q. FD Q. os FD od E. ff' :ir O ET U1 F? '-H fb S 5. :1 c: "f CD fl? o "H H 9-7 'ri' '-l 'D' CD :T 03 "f cm 95 5 fD o g' il-fi easily, 43-14. Gene Vidal was the star of the season, scoring the most points and playing a fast and aggressive game on the floor. Hahn was the mainstay of our team offensive. He did much good playing with lots of dash and scored a goodly share of the points. Gorman was less aggressive, but more accurate in tossing baskets. Cranston did well during the short time he played, and shows promise of developing into a star forward. The guards clung to the opposing forwards tenaciously and most of the time kept the enemy scoring well under control. Guard honors were about evenly divided among Wells, C. M., Keyser and Kreber. Of these, Capt. Leo played the most consistent and reliable game. No individual stars were developed. The team's at Liam success was entirely due to excellent team play inculcated by Coach Jones, a thing 1 1 -.. f-.......- Y--...a..-.al - ,,.a...a-..- -, . f . ...-.f two humin'd .rfzfenty-four the season was with the 3rd District Naval Reserves of Brooklyn. Army wvorigig - ' I sadly lacking in Army basketball teams of other years. Prospects for next year . loom very bright. Kreber will be the only first string 'man lost by graduation, but a Wealthhof material will be available from the IQZI Plebelteam. Hahn is .next V year's captain. y , . I A " The Plebes had a very SIZICCC-SSfUl season, Winningfseven out of the eight games played. Heineke, Cranston, and McCarthy did the best Work. :aj The schedule: A k A ' ' PLEBES 20-ST. JOHN7S RESERVES IIA PLEBES 32'MA.NHATTANAFRESHMEN 131' ' Y PLEBES ' 23-DICKINSON HIGH . I8 y PLEBES 23-BOYS HIGH . y. D -n V21 .Fi V PLEBES -. 33-C. C. NLY. FRESHMEN 25 PLEBES I2-N. Y. U. FRESHMEN Q' PLEBES 45-N. Y. M, A. . A PLEBES 33LPEDDIE INSTITUTE . ARMY 41-ST. JoHN's I . E ARMY 26+SETON HALL ' - 'fu-:bf ARMY 25-MANHATTAN . ARMYf 36-N. Y. U. ' , ARMY 27-SPRINGFIELD . ' f ARMY 4'CRESCENT A. C. 7 . ARMY 27-SWARTHMORE ' R ARMY I4-UNION . . ARMY 4.2-WEST VIRGINIA ARMY. 42-LEHIG1-I f ARMY 'ZZLBROOKLYN POLY. ARMY 43-NAVAL R-ESERVES , . two lmmired :evenly-Jive x ' ' ' .. Q 'X.x eff-?Q"'f' ' ' 5 33 'fxQ7"'1t.55T'f 't "R . .P i s 1T'5i'Til YFs 'Ole' f, .i'??f3PP3L-a'q?f'f'f"-.Hwcrgigl ' X fL1iik3:f vp xsifrg If Q.-1, -L -. , W New! U11-L '-'Til'-1'?F21iQE'h,NXsk - itixraxaifsg- 1-QLLL . L s zL-sgQQ9h:s3f.1LL:xgQ:wQ3fXissuns- :1 vs L W ' 5-S-XL-::11.,SgXKm L L figgr. 'Y - L 5- Y - ' ia gm 'V?4:f1jry 'M--5 - set:-ti: X - L Q L L- -1ffwQNX5X-g1s?b2l2D,Q..,--g. , ...L ,A.""'f' w:..:e,,--,:f- 1-5- . L ,J K 'LL A YLw,f24Qif..:?.r.Akig5,QT:.i. in 5 ..mET..k,'Lgmg,,.4:i,fuf1g 3,3-5 V :gg L. ,r.LJ'u' " T 'MQW It ff 95 W. A' -i Easmrfefw-ff , Q7 Q " ' N in - Lf--R X f' - :5.zfQR51Zi: - .9-L.-vw,-31 1-.fy ., i 41 W ,r- , .H Qi-I-f Tl 32- csv-J 'MS-ve Lselwfavww- A em' + ' ew ' if 433- -ff f- 1 H ' - n. L sc. 5 b::"'i!'5 mm" 'Q' ei 'mar W 25555 L Pfltlfiifliilsgiiiiilitlliiiiiiiiii 'M-'Fi 'll and My is fn:-'Tala 1 9'-m-:P fills , l Hockey Ev OCKEY is at last on something like a firm basis at West Point. tara ' warr.isasriasslfit. 'alll if Z luv ? ,.': 1 ,,,1L,. ':',i 1.5 .AJ A mean to say that no heed need now be paid to the weatherman's decrees. However, the construction of the rink behind the gym made possible the playing of many games that otherwise would have been called off. The accessibility of the rink also helped much to stimulate interest in the game. Spectators were scarce when games were played on Lusk. Only a few veterans of last year's squad reported for the first practice. Fortunately, several good men were found among the Plebesg still a practically new squad had to be moulded into a team. The quarantine interfered at an inauspicious time and retarded the squad's develop- ment. The worst blow was the loss of Captain Viner, the coach, when the season QW,-V me M Iii: . , , 15 was in full swing. 52251 Great credit is due all concerned for overcoming so many handicaps and for .H-ewes.--,. - - - - - '.Sf',5lL,turn1ng out a w1nn1ng team. Army won six out of the nine games playedg the fr, "'z?.hL,RWm,qjffi, i"c'fi77'ti? -- Iwo hundred Lretfnzly-:ix iiiiiiiiwhiiiiiii ill iliiiilltilltiflili l 'litrattarrrrr Heretofore, the season was dependent upon the tickleness on the Weatherman, and he was usually fickle. Of course, we do nof .-.,. New Y K Nf- O N7 -mw- mu,- qu 4'-EF three games lost were decided by very, close scores. Nichols, Boyd, Post and Oli- phant did thebest Work for us. As the only losses to the squad through graduation Will be Oliphant and Smith, P. W., nearly the Whole Varsity will be here next year. This fact, coupled with the rising interest in the sport and the new rink, should insure a bright future for hockey. Leng is next year's captain, ' THE SQUAD' AXELSON YEAGER GERHARDT BARTLETT OLIPHANT BOYD SMITH, P. W. DILLAWAY LENG - DOMMINEY OGDEN MCALLISTER SHERMAN, J. B. MCGILL SPRING MCGOWAN ' y STICE NICHOLS CCapt.D PAQUET SCHEDULE ARMY 7'POLY PREP ARMY O-FLUSHING ,HIGH ARMY 8-N. Y. M. A. ' ARMY O-PRINCETON ARRMY 4-JAMAICA HIGH ARMY 2-WILLIAMS ARMY 2-MASS. AGGIES ARMY 21ERASMUS ARMY 2-CAMP UPTON I 9 POST RICE, A. S. SAMSEY TOMEY TWINING WATERS f 'MILLER, P. A PLATTv Cdfft. Mgr.D WEEKS CMgr.j W O I I I O U 4 I o I , - 1 .. , ,, . .. ., ,..l. two hundred Twenty-Jeven 1.-..' "Wiv- -qu ,im U E 'ii Hifi fi' 'EW rf K.. . ogy i , r 9 Indoor Meet NDOOR Meet is the raison d'etre of much of our winter muck if-'f251 7 J :':" H bonlng. Even Prof. Dean s slide rule would be powerless to compute the quarts of honest sweat produced in the endeavors f to win those cute little medals. As an entertainment, the meet has Ringling Bros. three-ring circus skinned a mile. Consider that in one corner Bud Miley is per- forming death-defying stunts on the horizontal bar while at the same time in another Gen lVIurrill is doing execution with the straight jab, in another Deylitz is - , gaily hopping over some seven feet of fence, in another Oflie Knight is tossing the shot. Then add the band playing and three classes getting off their yells, and you have an idea of what an Indoor Meet is like. AE?-fx" Wa-sf X:-wse""'kX , A 1 J , M-ES. r : i 3, V X , - V '-. 4, ,., . f ' M.. , , As was fitting, 1919 ran away with the meet. However, during the first of the meet, the Second-Class Yearling score was heartbreakingly close. The Yearlings, scenting possible victory, began to encourage the Plebes whenever their success could be dangerous to the cause of IQIQ. Unfortunately for the Yearlings they two hundred .r.eventy-eight , W . Xu as . N x N sw -ew vs wr er L Hi r liiiiiiiii - -of 1-. xx.. 'hs FH!- unx Q 'H V li- Eiiiiiiiiiififififffiiiiiifiil helped the Plebes along so Well that when the final score was counted, IQZO was bringing up the rear. Bud Miley upheld the family rep by again Winning the Pierce Currier Foster Cup. Estill Won the second prize in this competition. This year, ,there was an innovation in giving an "A" to the champion all-around gym- nast. This, We think, is an excellent idea. This year's f'A" was Won by Bud Miley. The Swimming Meet, first tried When We of IQIQ Were Plebes, continues to be a success. The classes finished in reversed order of rank. The Plebes had fairly easy sailing all the Way, With the Yearlings and Second Class having a tough tussle for second honors. The result of the final event, the relay race, was decided in favor of the Yearlings. The handball tournament Was not much of a success, due to a lack of general interest in the sport. A 9 The greatest surprise, both for the spectators and for the contestants, was sprung in the Tug-of-War. Even the man who printed the programs had a pre- conceived notion of how this event should result. When 1919 and 1920 took the Hoor, the odds Were about two to one in favor of the latter. But, lo and behold! when the smoke had cleared, the champions of last year's meet had been pulled off the floor by their despised IQIQ adversaries. V ' SUMMARIES , STANDING BROAD JUMP-Rundell, Ist, jones, H. M., zndg Murray, W. S., 3rd, Distance, 9 ft., IOM in. ' Iwo hundred :evenly-nine 'K' 5 E I v 'Ei' grub- 55 'fame SHOT PUT-Knight, ISt,:DCI1I'1y,21'lCl,cDllpl'1Z-l1'1f, 3rd, Distance, 37 ft., 8 in. FENCE VAULT, FIRST CLASS-Deylitz, Ist, Vidal, 2nd, Jones, H. M., 3rd 7 ft. FENCE VAULT, SECOND CLASSTLCCPCF, Ist, Cruse and lVaters tied for znd. 6 ft., 4 in. 5O-YARD DASH-Rundell, IST, Niles, 2nd, Vidal, 3rd. Time, 5 3-5 sec. POLE CLIMB-Hahn, ISI, Leeper, 2nd, Nlarch, grd. Time, 5 3-5 sec. SIDE HORSE-Miley, Ist, Estill, 2nd, Jadwin, 3rd, Aigletinger, 4th. HORIZONTAL BAR-Estill, Ist, Tansey, 2nd, Strohbehn, 3rd, Miley, 4th, LONG HORSE-Bliley, IST, Boineau, 2nd, Jadvvin, 3fd, Smith, L. G., 4th PARALLEL BARS-Estill, ISt, Miley, 2nd, Tansey, 3rd, Valentine, 4th. FLYING RINGS-Miley, IST, Barrick, 2nd, Estill, 3rd, Valentine, 4th. TUMBLING'CHttC, Ist, Miley, 2nd, Valentine, 3rd. INDIVIDUAL FOILKWOSH by Sibert from Malone. INDIVIDUAL SABRELWOH by Blanchard from Yeager. Iwo hundred .eighty Height, Height, I Hliiiiii TEAM FoIL-1919, Ist, 1920, 2nd, IQ2I,, 3rd. TEAM SAERE-1919, ISL, 1920, 2nd, IQZI, 3rcl. TEAM BAYONETTIQIQ, Ist, 1920, 2nd5,I92I, 3rd. BOXING, HEAVYWEIGHTTWOH by Cranston from Oliphant. . HH LIGHT HEAVYWEIGHT-WOH by Murrill- from Monroe. MIDDLEWEIGHT-WOR by Blanchard from Moore, R. A. WELTERWEIGHT-Won by Dando from Breen. LIGHTWEIGHT-WOH by Loeb from Watkins. ' WRESTLING, HEAVYWEIGHT-WOH by Knight from Watkins LIGHT HEAVYWEIGHT-WOH by Lipman from Moore, 1 -- MIDDLEWEIGHTTWOH by Kendall from Casey. S 111 F' PI R11 vv 2 E5 0 m T 2 O :I 0- K4 F' O O w 51" O B I-H K4 9' 2:2 LIGHTWEIGHT-WOH by Green' from Casman. 'Q E FEATHERWEIGHT'WOH by Bellinger from Welchel. TUG-OF WARTWOH by 1921 from 1919. ' 'H' MEDICINE BALL-IQIQ, ISL, IQZI, 2nd, 1920, disqualified. Time, 1 'Zifiii RELAY RACE-IQZO, Ist, 1919, 2nd, 1921, 3rd. Time, 55' 2-5 sec. I 1919, 3rd, won 1 game. ,.. if I two humirfd eighty-one HAND BALL TOURNAMENTQIQZO, Ist, won IO games, 1921, 2nd, C. H. min., I8 2-5 sec. won 7 games, mm -su .- . s ss ww . 1 w vw . v Q-vm x , Q-a -A n - . -ss A , s... ww s xvi --kv W-x Xu we mx. Mu RXXv N . sk- . .. L SWIMMING MEET Q' 'ONE LENGTH DASH, ZND HEAT-eTaylor, IS1Z,l.Vl:3.lOI1C, 2nd. Time, I4 sec. 'Il' , 1 FINAL-Dickson, B. A., Ist, Taylor and Malone tied for 2nd. Time, I3 3-5 sec. Q ,DIVING-Domminey, Ist, McFarland, 2nd, Ogden, 3rd. 'ONE LENGTH DASH, IST HEAT-Dickson, 1st, Jadwin, znd. Time, I5 4-5 sec. 13 NF' Two LENGTHS DASH-Makinney, 1st, Malone, 2nd, Dickson, 3rd, Time, 31 2-5 HQ" 'H' sec. PLUNGE-Hildebrand, Ist, Hubbell, 2nd, Donnelley, I. L., 3rd, Distance, 58 ft., is 1 IOl1'1. Wd" ONE LENGTH BACKSTROKE-Malone, Ist, Donnelley, 2nd, Johnston, H. D., 3rd. 5 Time, I8 3-5 sec. L'-3 Time, 18 2-5 sec. RELAY-IQZI, ISE, 1920, 2nd, 1919, 3rd. Time, 2 min., 143-5 sec. SCORE 1921 V - 39 Points 1920 24 points 1919 I7 points Zwo hundred eighty-two ONE LENGTH UNDER WATER-Jadwin and Tomey tied for Ist, Welchel, 3rd, -.--.. wmv.,- i I 4TH CLASS INTER-BATTALION INDOOR MEET This meet was a new departure and Was held during the Christmas- holidays. The meet Was very much of a success and the idea deserves to be continued in future years. Time during Christmas usually 'hangs 'rather heavily on a Plebeis hands, Qs- 5 iiiilii 4 iiiffiiiiiiiiiiiiiiflfiiif till ei and this meet serves a double purpose in giving the Plebes something Worth While to bone and keeping them out Of mischief. Surprising as it may seem, the meet was Won by the runt battalion-the 2nd. ' SCORE First Battalion . 54 Second Battalion 55 ,Third Battalion .V 37 S SUMMARY SO-YARD DASH-WOR by Post. Time, 6 I-5 sec. STANDING BROAD JUMP-WOH by Stovall. Distance, 9 ft. SHOT PUT-Won by Reiss. Distance, 32 ft., 4 in. POLE CLIMBQWOH by Perry. Time,46 2-5 sec. SIDE HORSE-WOR by Estill. ' HORIZONTAL BAR-Won by Estill. LONG HORSE-WOR by Williams, C. LQ PARALLEL BARSTWOH By Estill. TUG-OF-WAR'WOD by ISE Battalion. BflBDICINE BALL RACE-WOH by 2nd Battalion. :wo hundred nghty-three x . xv .Q-1 xw xx . ww . . --x xw . -. sx . xx xx sm x iii f f Life. df" f?i'g.ai"' 'QQ 'it' 'Q' 'H' Fencing ENCING, in spite of the hard knocks handed it by the Powers That Be, continues to grow in popularity. Back in IQI3, Fencing as an intercollegiate sport was abolished here, and this year the giving of monograms to the Corps champions was discontinued. Fortunately, Fencing is a sport so essentially military in character that the lack of tangible reward for boning it has not been able l to kill interest. Nowadays, when hand-to-hand fighting is an ever -da occurrence of warfare, the ractical value of Fencin is Y hy h ' P f F g muc more apparent t an it was a ew years ago. encmg S55 teaches quickness. and confidence in l'arme bl-anche-both of which are of inestimable value in bayonet fighting. In addition to the usual foil and sabre work, this year there was added bay- onet work This was an important innovation. Present day battles are finally settled by the bayonet. Due to the scarcity of time, the class instruction with the bayonet can dwell only on the fundamentals. To really learn how to use "Rosalie" Iwo hundred eighty-four 'Q' '-nr -'SE ?23'1ff73 ' ?i '15 - V. N ' - :fx Z ,-I - b j .NSsQQf11QTSxQ.Qgi'i3 Sggggxrffirigixiyt-., XX 351, ,a-...-..a...,...' ,-,,.,.,...,, iffgiQR?i-E1Eif1:3Tfj:yi--1593 f Q ,W eaet ' , ff X Q cam: 'X 5g?g:l,?Q?2g3f1l'3i"'- E91ix1xbfN?.'L'5Q12t1 WTYWE'-,La-" -l if - VU x f t ., . 'gg'ffrifiipi2Q??r!fS::I,Z'E7f-Tifiiflgw Q5 El,i2f'ft-fffiif 1'Q1p-mf.. "Q, . F" L ",. fg,qiMi?+"'i,i42 4, 1,-,ur yi .X rg h I 'f-'Iwi' 'V-4,4 ' Q ' Vish:-'fwzqc-E-J'fi' f?,"4,1vf.k.--NILEJ' :.i'Lf:qT33I,,:E: 1, -.,.i::5i.!1z:-RZLNEZT. WJ,--.M-32 1:i,,,,t,T:fVEg3,1:ijqQLQAHLLJL LLM es -. -. .E HV" 'wa . :.:,Q f. 5 T Q fm.-a .af , mi lf W wr we -H ' mf I., ' ,A "ig ' TESFF -NSY M F3 . 1 NIE t f , Q h"W X lg-,. wi ' ami le emi-' uim f '-'mn' . . . . . . . BQ? one must do a lot of1nd1v1dualWork and boutlng. To be able to mstruct effectwely :QM , , one's men one must be a better bayonet lighter than any of them. Consequently, it behooves all ros ect1ve Dou hbo s to et bus and bone ba onet now that the -1 L . . . 14, opportun1ty.oHers. Th1S year qu1te a large number turned out for bayonet, but YQ? w' like not nearly as rnany as should have done. wail, - jigs, Warfie- jj Ui.iIf"f'P' , D uzgsfqiz. hai?- , .wise Wm, 5. v-iwv .eil 32:4 Ella 1- Ji" Ydgef if, -':, Qjhqfvk-.453 I Fw.3f,1.f53e-, jg,-fffgf' flfuifi wfwhfffe 'J uf'.,'izuw1QP".'.. ,,f-'.,1J:i1,:, in 'J GR' . ' ' , 'J' , -4. 94:1 v.4.1, J ,, I lfffffgF?a'o.1'+'1fg.:Q 1 Iwo hundrm' Highly-jivf 'gf-.1 ' ,Q n ig ga 1,, ' SQ 1 .Q-S 1 XXX U , ' ' ' V wa. in -H -2:1 523.51 ET . it rf if .,.,,, A f , .Q :eff 1 ,-va-.1'fgq 1w.f . - dl X , Sf- Xi 1-mega.. K 7951 W-313133 L M W--' 'if-- 4'-if" . 1' 42-Q.-1.a:f. '- M. - w . .QW5-if 1,.,.tff..f - -1-Q 'ew are . 1 N Q.:-'bfi-ra :gy -.q,'1,g-534, " ,.,. g.,,,,E,' ...H 51,5 ,gg 5- , H ': fefxif.- .f qv f f f ,.,.:...f,m - . www- 'ff' H. ' 'A ., 211234651-iw + ., 5 31 f ' 4 it N 9 5 , S i s 1 5 3- 't T' A ' af.: . 1 ,l sw, , Ne rem ""'m12i,,.g71.i'.2E,yL'y- n- if , 1 Kaya ,, f.-,.'f1ii9gQi51'31 - ' ' " 'agrfg -62 "4 "" G 1 it A' RL Y Q ", if ' 3 KE .310 K if 3 E .S HF' A ' 1-JPL W . mf SW 'nr WSE E WE im- ew MW' 3 SE!" 'uf , 5'3" Sw' 'W' snare W., W, fm- ? ww T' hm' 1 Y' Wm' The usual interclass competition was held as part of the Indoor lVleet. The various class teams were picked by elimination bouts a short time before the meet. The squad was ably managed in true scout fashion by Paul Malone with the efli- 1 4 if cient assistance of Capt. Nlax Corpening. The competition between the classes very fittingly came out according to class rank. Sibert Won the individual foil championship from Nlalone, and Blanchard the individual sabre championship from Yeager. After the teams had been picked several second classmen Who failed to make the team showed the right pep by staying out and continuing the Work. Among these Were Donaldson, Agnew, Achatz, Sturgis, Godson and Smith, P. YV. THE TEAMS FOIL SABRE BAYONET 1919, Bouts Won I4 1919, Bouts won I3 1919, Bouts won 5 DEAN BLANCHARD TVLALONE "li l MALONE CORPENING MURRILL ,W SIBERT GRENATA SMITH, P. W. f "ij ," 'L I' fr V - " ' if 1 ,, X .,a.,.a..-mpg .1 qv Q 1-'FSB-1 'ug G' 'IV A EQL Iwo hundred eighty-Jix '.-.- "IMD,- 'FW W X ni 1920 Bouts wOn 4 COLWELL GULLATT WANAMAKER 1921, Bouts Won 3 DODGE ' MCALLISTER ' WILSON, 'L. C. lux' . . fu r' 1 1920, Bouts won IO 192O, BOuts won II :Ig BEROMAN A G1a11fF1T11s FH' GRIFFITHS USIS A E HILL, J. YEAGER Dm' 1921, Bouts won 2 I 1921, Bouts won 3 , DODGE ADAMS, D. L. ' WILSON, L. C. MCALLISTER VVHITTIER WILSON, L. C. MF EH' - zwo hundred z'ig1zty-frwfz WW H . 'Y HW ii H Hiiiiiiiiii iiii . :X 1.1-x r"'Wf1zQ l f 4 Q N big Q33-, Q eljgkzif. 1 5' FW Nl Uv PM Q- A , Lam 'imb fif FK f g 1 1367? W W I Fi ff Jig efxn vg, Z A 1. 3533, ,..fi f cf' fgfff Lf QWWWM , 1,4 A, K,-ffgiff 4g5,?La'ff':" ' X IQF' eff: ' Q' 'H' - 7.2.25 Y 53 fi H 1" fzigu'-4- W ll,,l1,3, 7,7 lf. 3 -gb' Hnf ' F5257 5QiqF73Hg far :, , Y -5 ' " -,352 :Z fwfgwi is C255 ff 1- f' ,. Lag, 'arg' Q' , X' EH! n f , I f L7 U' Y? aa ' S 11 " W Ex r .wnfy v. WW? 2 -nz 5 QQ 'W .ai w Q iw F. P is-rx Q- W Sw .f ' wif' 3 ' 'isa' ii Q? 'EW' ,.i Nwvaqg.. X ..w' 2,1 -,, il. CC ,. Sri M2 I gi ,. Qi F . 1 W 2 r , -r -fm, x .ff-M--H , TP rf. A., ' , l.....,,-.1,,.,,,.4. QW H MW kiwi? AQ 532-59935 if-5633 Jul? JU? r f'Q,ggq'MUv.M'v v'fvw'Mw'6vW'vvwv vvvv V? v 2 1 ,F 'A QQ 3 Rm 4 ' Y .- ' - A ,.., N f-EFL' 1 N Q 'fl-"' 'U ef J' My .f . W A , 4 , '.:bW 7' 4 Q5 1:2153 ,-- -2 J x- ' "Km Tw S f"GW w na A.':,-A-fm' ru 0 :pm cn N, '-1 5 r-,ll 1-12. S ll ,-. xy" , :S H, Q ff' O S UQ kj 'D Q 0 :J F' C-5 f O fb 3 'D 9 Cn 9 ""' '1 cn 2 'A es, no sw O U' 0 UQ O ,., FD 5 D.. Q ,Sl Hfgfgixgvrow. N. -S fa c H U if o 0 f-f PH U' I ,U : -- O QI ,., H1 Q S D-' 2 F, ,D 0 5 H, D- H. ru - D. QQ m 75' D f-f P4 no : ff' n, Si w :S 1-' gr o gf' sn U, U' 5 2 Q 5 'U 3 :11 D -fv W H C. vm D 3 H- mv SD D D CD O 0 Q 52, GMU EAD-S-'Hoo PJ F 3 2 I 3 G Pa O 5' O ?eE 5HE58WiW C7 :f sn 3 5' U' O H r-f O B. S G, D sn ,H SD ' W' Q4 5- .3 .... '-1 0 PT' f" U: rp O fb fb fb F w 3 H Q- .... v rn CD B m C-D D- 3 0' U' sn UQ r: O 3 'T su 5 D' U' :S U-3 to fy D an 2 Si r-r 0 E O CL S E3 W o E, S. fb U, W g2crr+fv5.,f-+fnU2"gcrg:D. . ff' cn EPS 2 21' N 5 25 ,, H 2 2 '5'f3g,+:g,D:f9,fD5 UQ 2 sn 4: ,-f 2 4 'D VD :S FO 0 IJ UQ :T rn ,... P0 FD ,-. '-1 fp H 0 .., T' fr 2' .-bf .2 I' K4 E1 9.902 V1-Q 13 , 7.r1u.cfu ' 'n 'W 15 wiifialfabzmfaqfafifiiiiliki lwo lzzcndred eighty-eight iii 'X'WS" . '--up iqmp- iqtsf ENE. b iiiiillff 1 WIFI? iii N iff E i 1 : Wi On winter .afternoons Mr. Jenkins' emporium is usually crowded, but still the turnout is not all that is to be, desired. The main incentive for boning Wrestling is the interclass competition which forms partvof the Indoor Meet. This year the giving of monograms to the various champions was discontinued. In our opinion this was a mistake, as it removed a very desirable end toward which the would-be wrestler could work. Some attempt has been made' during the last few years to have the Army join the inter-collegiate contests. So far these efforts have met with little success. Wrestling would certainly be given a great impetus if our squad could take on outside teams. Under Tom's able tutelage the Army would most certainly give an excellent account of itself. Nearly all the final bouts are fast and inter- esting. One pleasing feature of the squad's work was the bouts that were held between the halves of the basketball games. This year not as many weights as usual were represented because of the scarcity of very large and very small contenders. The squad was managed by Bellinger and captained by Knight.. 1919 1920 1921 KNIGHT GRovEs GRAY, L. E. HERRICK CASEY HoLBRooK, W. A. KENDALL VADAMS, D. L. PICHEL WATKINS MOORE, J. M. RISEN' CLAY WILLIAMSON, G. M. LocK 9 MERRICK TYE YEAGER CANAN KEERANS WARD, A. F. L1PMAN DUNKELBURG 'SHAW BLANCHARD 'GULLATT THORNBURG GREY, H. MCKEE, R. G. WICKS LENG FRANK CASMAN SCHOW TWITCHELL SZYMANSKI MALONE BADGER WELCHEL F-LORY TANSEY MooRE, C. H. RIANI LOEB MARSHALL GREEN BELLINGER KERR MEWSHAW MQW eggllyppppygp fzmnw W two hundred eighty-nine 1 'MH iiiiiliiiiiiiii Boxing fffififflii . um x"W OXING is quite popular at West Point. Remember the com 'ftfgit -if Q ment after the Army and Navy Game of IQI6? "The late Nlar . 'I quis of Queensbury is held in high esteem in the two service insti- n tutionsf' You may find proof of its truth, insofar as it concerns the Army, by going over to the padded cell in the gym on any X winter afternoon when the preliminaries are in progress. 55255 I . . I Men turn out under Tom Jenkins from December until 1 "'-e Nlarch. There are five classes including weights from one hun- --4-! ' H dred and twenty-five to unlimited weight. After some two months' practice and tuition the preliminaries are held about a month before the Indoor Meet. Men are eliminated until two are left in each class. The finals in each class between the survivors constitute one of the brightest and hottest spots in the Indoor Nleet program. T- W, K3 ',i, xi .--, . , lf, i4?i? n7e?lq Zwo hundred ninety Hs , Iii The mysteries of the straight jab,.one-two, the shifty footlwork, and the other fine points of Mr. Jenkins' classic curriculum, are not learned in a day or a season. The process is not entirely along a rose-strewn path, but the result is Well worth While. Aside from the sport and exercise, one acquires things of infinite value- quickness, self-confidence, and ability to grin and keep, one,s head under fire. It may help quite a bit some time in the melee to be able to step in with a hook that knocks 'em cold. Certainly it helps to feel that one can do it in a pi'nch. This year's squad numbered sixty -men, but dwindled to thirty before March. This is far too small a numberg let's have fewer spectators. ' A - . Mr. Jenkins is kept Very busy during the indoor season with both boxing and wrestling on his hands, however, he always finds timeto get around tolyour individual case. But a word of advice-if you think you are pretty good and a Wiz at in-fighting, break it to Tom gently. 'That jab of his is a most elusive and -- dangerous thing. Learn it and you will romp through your weight. fflfiiiiiiiiii A ,1 THE SQUAD . 1919 1920 1921 OLIPHANT YEAGER PARKER FRANCIS DEVER CRANSTON IRISH PILAND DONNELLY, I. L. PICHEL 1 HOLBROOK GRAY, H. MURRILL SEARBY DIGNAN . WARD, A. F. MOORE, I. M. MOORE, R. A.. AGNEW MONROE RILEY. BLANCHARD GORLINSKY CARROLL NACHMAN BLAIR, W . P. SANDERSON DANDO ,BREEN LOEB NEWMAN, H. HATCH KERR HOLMAN ROSENDAHL SIBERT' V BACLIG BELLINGER MAN'NING two hundred 'nimly-om' - . A - N .mx W .A-. -fx .au - - . ,- . wa li 'SH i a D 'nug- '-limp -qu i iiiiifffiiifi iii err y 'ii H OLO has a rush and go to it lacking in every other game. When "T eight fast, well-ridden ponies strive at top speed for that frac- Q fix ,I tion of a second's advantage which so oftenlmeans the difference ,. between Victor and Defeat there is an excitement which no W , is-, fi Y 7 other game can offer, a pleasure to observer and player that nothing else even remotely approaches. Any one of the twenty- f, ' . . . three men of those sixty-four who started dismounted in the tan- Qf , 677 bark some months a o and who have followed the ball till now W, ,A N s , , staying to reap the reward of their efforts, the match game last Q ' ' Saturday will cr "Hear hearv to these sentiments. . 7 yi 7 The strin of onies at the Ridin Hall now is lar er than ever before con- g P S 3 1 tains many excellent mounts, and has few if any equals in any stable in the country. Iwo hundred ninety-iwo x x xv. m .sw ...ua s Q Q -1 r eifiiiiiiiiiiifiiiiiilfii '29, U Maj. K. Brown and Captains Chamberlin and Lisle have been responsible ii'N f for all the good times and valuable instruction we have had. They have given up '--- their own time to coaching us, and have been uniformly patient with us! in our 'Winn'-45 -... mistakes. T p E I . 3 Matthews, Donaldson, Corpening and Godson were the First Team, as much :aj as any team can be said to be where the competition was so close. Sibert, Alex- .. ander, Tompkins and Mewshaw were also a strong combination. Our only match A game, other than inter-cadet, was against the officers. Maj. Brown and' Captains Chamberlin and Keyes defeated by a large score two teams composed of Alexander, " Sibert, Tompkins, Bellinger, Corpening, and Godson. Wednesday and Saturday afternoons three or four cadet games have been played. All have been close and ., exciting and the men of the squad have improved greatly in horsemanship, besides . learning the fundamentals of the game which requires a lifetime to learn corn- pletely. A ' e A .i ' W THE SQUAD E x 'MATTHEWS ' A .HOLMAN K DONALDSON BELL CORPENING . MCKEE, R. AG. GODSON CCaptainj TOMPKIN'S Q A P ALEXANDER MEWSHAW I Q- p SIBERT TOWNSLEY - I BELLINGER WILLIAMS HH' HORR TYE HURT WHITAKER fini y A BARRIGER PENN ' A 'JADWIN , LEEPER DYE i L 'Fifi two hundred ninety-three --.-. r. "Ilif- -qv: EN- V 1 Q N x E Q' 'HH ii if 'lfii'iiil'Fi'l 'li W t 5 e sfilliiliiiillll Q s Iliff Baseball ASEBALL is still in the midst of its season as we go to press. So far, results have been nearly fifty-fifty, but unless IQIQ,S W early graduation does not interfere too much, the team should Q gifl Q, improve during the remainder of the season. The baseball Q squad found the same difficulties that caused so much trouble this year 'in other lines of sport. These obstacles were the loss of many Varsity men by 7I8,S graduation, insufficient time for practice, a new coach and no Navy Game. Nlurrill, Foster, lVIurray, and Oliphant were the only first string men who were left from the year before. Consequently, it took time and effort to develop the necessary team play. Baseball here always has had to flourish with a minimum of practice, but this year conditions were especially bad. The squad had almost no practice in the early part of the season, due to a delay in getting the baseball privileges approved. Later, the demands of the drill schedule took away a good part of the time formerly allowed for baseball practice. : 2 2 4 9 f5f s aw.-.5 ff. vs: Q 1 sz iruefi ,,.S'!:.w" ' . Sam Strang left us last spring to take up a job of teaching the throwing of grenades insteadeof baseballs. His loss was a serious one. The prestige of his eight straight Navy scalps and his experience with conditions here made him inval- uable as a coach. Fortunately we were able to obtain the services of Hans Lobert, late star third sacker of the Phillies and around-the-world barnstormer. Hans two hundred ninety-four iiiiiiifif llfiiiiiifiiiiiiiiliiiiiiii 1 has shown plenty of pep and has succeedefd in developing from an assortment of individuals an outfit that has all the earmarks of a real ball team. The small chance .I Al'd C of a Navy Game did much to take life out of the season, and, no doubt,' accounted . . H' for the noticeable lack of interest shown by the Corps at the season's opening. T' The Corps has bucked up of late andnow is behind the ball team in "the good old Army wayf' ' St. John's opened the season here on March 27th. The Army twirlers were too much for the Brooklyn collegians who were whitewashed, 2 to O. Murrill fanned twelve of the fifteen men who faced him. The Army displayed good early season A form. Berkeley Hall came next and was downed 3-2. Berkeley's two runs were scored in the firstinning as a result of some weird Army fielding. In-the seventh we were still trailing by one run when Berkeley took a hand at booting the ball around. When the smoke had cleared away,'two Army runs had crossed the pan and we had a one-run lead which was held until the end. Murrill and Jones did the pitching for us. 5 Boston College on April 6th began a string of five straight defeats for us. lVIur- . rill started in the box for the Army, but seemed to have only a prayer and his glove. aa Wim v,nlvnl,-.I I l',' Ill Q ., 'fl 3i,f,,jHE2,yQ,,, 'Ei we if 'E if fi if :ff-if Boston slammed in six runs in the first two innings before Lobert yanked the Gen- E eral. jones then went in and held the Bostoniansxscoreless for the rest of the game. Unfortunately, the Army batsmen were unable to furnish enough swats to over- HU- come the six-run lead. ,Ollie came across with a couple of nifty catches in left field. The next two games had to be called off because of rain. Lafayette then won a six-inning game from us, 4-2. Murrill pitched good ball, but ragged fielding lost the game for him. Gene Vidal in particular tied things up several times in the V... ,...,.. .. i i two lzzmdrfd uineiy-jiw V nan- ...,,,,. -:ll 'ZW T EN. 'U WWQIliiiiiiiiiliiifiiifllliifiiff fir iii Xt' vicinity of first base. Lafayette had little license to get away with this game. Ollie furnished some good stick work, getting a double and a triple. Tufts followed and gave us the short end of a 7-3 score. Jones was hit hard, and except for one inning in which all the Army tallies were made, our boys had little success in solving the opposing flinger's delivery. Squire Foster's homer was the brightest spot for the Army. The next game with the Newport Naval Reserves was also lost. How- ever, the team put up a better brand of ball and showed signs of much improve- ment. The Naval Reserves had a team composed of mostly ex-big and bush lea- guers. It was no disgrace to lose to such an aggregation by a score of 7-5. In the West Virginia game the team showed still more improvement. It was an air-tight game, lost by the close score of 2-I. The Army hitters were unable to deliver the goods in the pinches, and twice the bases were loaded, but no one rose to the occa sion. These reverses resulted in the Army line-up being considerably shaken up. Tate had been put on short, Domminey on third, and Vidal and Wicks had been replaced by Hazlehurst and McCarthy. Davis' Work With the stick had been steady and he was moved up into the clean-up position. The losing streak was finally broken when Cornell was defeated 4-3. Cornell was able to gather only five safe bingles off Jones' delivery. All our scoring came in the third. With the three corners filled, Tate slammed a long double to center which cleared the land- scape. Squire Foster then scored Tate with another smash. For the Catholic University Game, the Corps turned out in old-time style to show the team that everyone was behind it. The lucky seventh proved true to its tradition. After two hundred ninety-fix .. we-1w.1."L.t:.a . if sn- -nf 'LH- iiiiiili fiifiiliiiii fiiilliifiilii ---. 'NEWP- -qu ss. a Hiiii 15 iit'Ei1lf1l'EiEii'E Fifiifi trailing With' the score 4-3, the Army ran amuck in the seventh' and tallied six times. Murrill got to second on some bobbles by the third baseman and scored on Murray's hit. Tate then hit safely and Ollie brought bothrunners home with a punch over second. The last three runs were the result of some Wild fielding on the part of the Catholic University boys. The Army had to use three slab artists in this game, Mumford, Wedemeyer and Murrill, the latter being the strongest of the trio. Jones' fancy twirling was chiefly responsible for our downing the strong Holy Cross aggre- gation,5-I. Army got away to an early lead. Our chief scoring inning Was the I two hundred ninezy-raven third when Murray, Davis Foster, aided by some erra juggling by the visiting infield, caused four runs to cross the plate. 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McCarthy's backstopping is above par and he shows a pretty whip to sec- ond. The infield has required more juggling than any other department, but as now con- 'l'Q. 3, Q'i'. .,., ff.-.'1.1' -Q. ' . 33,155 ,,1:f.g. . , structed fills the bill very sat- ' . ' 'ess '-'-.541 'il f. Q s., w"44-."',.-g:.,:f4.-,vias'-',-,,q-R'-on1-as--.viz--1as-us,fv:':fzi.:2:9F:sg:-- IS actofl ,. az C urst an i s i . V - - . .QAM.,..,M.s,.-wvzsaefiivffr f'ggi'X51-A2-5Yr.fs'.-Wag.,,.1,...,1.g,5,,:s5x.Fa3g . ,ew ..-:,r.....,,.:,?.s..s.s.,,.f. n-, 1 ...,.,,. D fl d h d ..., OITIFHITICY OH fS'C an 11 lf 11.1:'::wxs-tr--ar--cz-' .--- 1:.v.q:.X:+a'5 xi- V: -Qgszcwrx A?'-:sa-v-sigma.-'slr-1:4--11.13 . Seem 10 I1CaflYfS0lVC the Pfob' lem of filling those important posts. Tate on short brings back memories of Eddie House, and Squire Foster on second gives repeated evidence that there is one subject in Which he is not a goat. With the facilities and material at his disposal, Lobert has produced a Well-balanced team. E We who have experienced baseball success under the guidance of Sam Strang are too prone to expect the same results under much greater difficulties from an uninitiated coach. Lobert has already shown that he knows baseball and he seems to have the characteristic g Army spirit. What his team needs is more support and less knocking. Gur one regret is that only a handful of us have ever seen a Navy baseball game, Plebe year it was played in Annapolis, and the teams have not been permitted to meet during the last two years. It is our hope, however, that the Corps of today Ssecomi Clam Third Clay: two hundred moiety-e1'gl1,t will Witness the increase of that long string of Army victories. BASEBALL SQUAD AXELSON CA.frr.Mg1'.j FOSTER NIEWSHAW CMgr.j DAVIS, W.. N. HAZLEHURST MURRILL OLIPHANT CCapt.j CARROLL, D. F. JENKINS MURRAY CHADWICK, D. F. KELLY, P. B. TATUM CHRISTIANSEN NIASON TUCKER FITZPATRICK Cdfnf. Mgnj MORRISON VIDAL GILLESPIE, F. J. lVlUNFoRD WICKS WILLIAMSifAJJf, Mgr.j r . ...- . As. . m. - us - vs- A xv 11. x g ,ia iii iiiiifii , Q iii fffili Vi' f QFETTUQ ' F w H 2 w Empgz Sires 'eg Eg 220 '-4 Q m ' ru U, E P4 3 E i S 'I as EEZ?'mf-s t-4 005225 r-4 Tl 0 :assess SPH PIEZISQ ci: 52' is tm O C- ri . is 5. 5. . U, ,-U I 55155351 Swag'-l'g F' o 2 . March March il April if April 3 April April 2:2 April E55 April April April lg: May May 3 Mar 93' May I May 5 May May , May 3 May I June I I June 5 April- 'ML April May May May May NIay St. Iohrfs College, Brooklyn, N. Y. Berkeley Hall, New York City. Lehigh-University, S. Bethlehem, Pa. A BostoniCollege, Boston, Mass. Colgate University, Hamilton, N. Y. Lafayette College, Easton, Pa. , Swarthmore College, Swarthmore, Pa. Tufts College, Tufts College, Mass. Newport, R. I., Naval Reserves, Newport, R. I. University of West Virginia, Morgantown, W. Va. Cornell University, Ithaca, N. Y. r - Catholic University, Washington, D. C. Holy Cross College, Worcester, Mass. Crescent A. C.',.Brooklyn, N. Y. Springfield Y. M. C. A. College, Springfield, Mass. johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, Md. Mt. St. Joseph College, Baltimore, Md. Fordham'University, Fordham, N. Y. Stevens Institute of Tech, Hoboken, N. I . Open . Williams College, Williamstown, Mass. A SECOND TEAM' SCHEDULE 1918 A I A' Yonkers High School, Yonkers, N. Y. A Evander Childs High School, New York City. I Dickinson High School, Jersey City, N. J. Cathedral College, New York City. P A A Richmond 'Hill High School, Richmond Hill, N. Y. New York Military Academy, Cornwall, N. Y. Adelphi College, New York City. two huminfd ninety-nine f HW 'iii iii 1 Iliffilliiiif 'Ulu SL' Ns xnilx " Q-. A 'A' . V-f 'fi' , . .,- D -an M- -S: I Eiga. rm, f 4'g3gfA.i ,gN . 5 : 'f 1, .3 , 1535 f-,, ' "-7-1:-fixup , b 9-,f gig ,,g' K" P5-,.Qe.C5-1, f"'-.., 'iw . f,,,g. ., -- 41+ 92,144 1, ..., -1. 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One day, a dainty little dagger kills your fondest hopesg she ean't Ili U 'll 'N lil come. . L Oh, well, there are other femmes. Another period of mental tribulation is inau- gurated. Letters to a new address, but the same old line. After some necessary ll a' 5 Y E21 f.- 1' '-f - .. .1 . P I , 4 '13 ,. l, .QF 2:2-iff 'L-lf' :V ' .-zf-'----:Vik -.':'1:' 'Fir 1-.1.-rar, :"-ri-1. .-I-".,::-.'2.'-f"-f.4.:1Z'-f.:1'.1-AL'-3-3:1-.E gb' iii.-J .-.-"2-1:1-::1':1,'-::a':.1.1 rd'-.:z-if 1-.AL '1'-1--'EP-Hi-1':,:-1'2.'- three hundred two A Q l:l It f 1, L an ml H in gy' rg 3, ,I Winn , , U ll, ..,.1..' ... ,.,- . ' in rS.E '11WEJ!,.K .TE9".l f4 EW'K" - f J , , , - . E .K.11Ju 1 Y f"'..- 'FIV ' ' ' . ' .-T. delay this new one writes that she's,,vo sorry but it,s impossible for her to get away from school at this time. T Hard luck stays with you. At last, some file suggests in a very diplomatic way that he has a regular peach that hid like to drag himself but can't as half tied up with another date. You represent yourself as a martyr to the cause, but take a chance just the same. - . All is quiet along the Hudson until Friday, the day before the grand event. Along comes a special delivery letter, demonstrating to the satisfaction of all man- kind the reason for the remarkably clean mindssomerfemmes have, they change them so often. The second frail fair one you asked has been ableftouaccept, not only for herself but also for the rest of her school. And you are to engage some nice rooms, with baths, for them at theihotel. A large cloud of dust is seen pro- ceeding rapidly northward. i H -Saturday morning, the calm before the storm. You get back from engineering at 9:30. The O. D. hands you a telegram. 'The one and only is coming after all. She and mother will arrive in Garrison at 2:15 and you are to meet them there, as they're so afraid of the water when they're alone. 'You are cured, no more will you murmur "good night, dear," in the direction of the top shelf of yourlocker, to the exquisite disgust of your wife. Lord, no!! never again. You scratch around for stags. Nothing doing, it not being a feed hop. Fin- ally, by diligent and frantic search, you find a couple of runts to drag for you. Sammy Sturgis comes in and you assure him for the nth time that you have the 13th with him, not the Ist extra. Then the con list comes out, you appear. Wfhat a combination: three femmes invited, with a mob of uninvited guests, you're in con and Sammy Sturgis is on your hop card! ' These carefree Kaydet hopsl 1 .. . - .. --1-:Q-11.-: .-s.-.-:-f. 4- .::-.. :.. rr... ---H-1:.ffz':ap::a'1.f:' :-.-: 4 Ihre! h'u1zfl1'cd three lvl ill: ,IM IPI gli rnq ull H1 in ill IH A Ai ng ' ' . . .. ... ...... . , f - ' -I iz-..-.-ef -.1,.-:-:.:.::,f.- ' BYTE if " BREW g,,E"e ' ' ' A-Sf' 'ISFBE b1AWi.B,.K. .1TV'..ii' ' J h x 1 f I l 1 UI 4 I In ll: ' u :k.1, .4 ",. QL dkyrilzd - gf, U i '54 , A 'I 100th Nzghz' Show CONINIITTEE V COOGAN GALLAGHER SUCHER 44 T CAN'T be done, sir.', " "The deuce it can't, mister, a Kaydet can do anything, if he has time enough, understand ?" Those were the magic words We learned from Bill Collin, Gus Bayler, Skunky Scott et al, and I reckon they sure stuck, for in spite of the combined efforts of the T. D., the Weather bureau, the medical corps and the lower orders of bacteriologi- cal fauna of the lower Hudson basin, We, Us 8: Co, pulled it off. VVhy and how I don't know-"Course 'tis-jes' must be." "Thath thimplef, VVith lVIr. Egner running true to form, setting to music that autobiography, "Personal Recollec- tions of Four Years in the Dirty Dozen," by Jones and Gallagher, it had to be a f . M three hundred four 1 ' 1 H . 'l in H L fl U fl Ill L5 Fu l fl ,pi in U I J ll 1 UI .:f I' '- -.aanfu ..1:-- -r::..f.:ff'.z-11-:- '1::-:lf-:gif - V ' ' .. , ' ,. ,.. Ek I3.'A EAWA.B,.E .i.I '.1l'4 a.'!.' -'EW'?E' i' .1fhi fT' " fT4IIf .IE.3HW ,l m' um qmzlm as M success. To be sure they weren't the whole cheese. Harry Underwood had a chance to indulge his architectis dreams to his heart's content, interspersed with hammer throwing contests with Tommy Dameron. But -even so, the whole show would have been a flat failure but for old Benjy Manning. Beri was just about as bored with his soirees as a Yearling Corp with an O. D.. tour. Life just became one long, sweet dream of official visits-Call-in the mess halll. . It was a light-hearted 'throng of merrymakers that assembled within Cullum's gala halls on that balmy March evening. Can you imagine a Navy Game without Ollie-well how about Iooth Night without HER? Some of us tried to kid our- selves along by dragging our wives, and there is a rumor that one or-two even Went so far as to say that, if they couldn't see the show with her, they would see her without the show! But this is doubtless one of Billyis CBilly who?j rumors not worthy of serious credence. E We were all right behind the company-a long way behind-and would agree to force a slight smile if anything exceptional was pulled off. But the show crashed through with a bangrand after about five minutes of catchy song and snappy repar- tee, we had all forgotten our troubles and our femmes, and the audience's hilarity was fast approaching a gentlemanly riot. ' Promptly, at thirty-seven minutes late, the curtain wafts rafterward, and here we are-nope not on Furlough-but right here at home. It's one of those cold ,-1,' 335. 2- wig.. V1 :jg xg:-gl-, 5,,:,gj.!, .q.",,:J ,y'.',f5.lg.-:1 3'.:.gg-,g..5,3-,up .1 1, 1- - 1-.:,.:,j-I'- ,:i:,L"2-':1"'.i2'-L72-.-. g,"'-'-, 11. 20 three lVll71d7'L'd jfve ' I 'rj-' --:: 2g,. '.3:5.'- -f-I.','-1i,'.:.'- "l'f.f.:I:'j,'3 .par -y3:j,:5r'g.Q:-g- -1155:-.:, TB 'FLT bHY"I1B W " 5 x i "ISYS -EN .fif.I '..n ' 4Z.' f EW vamlvr.g:an:.mm.m 'isi " 12:2- , , I , -- three hundred :ix f -- :ff-.-is ,,1p.- ----:iw-3.1-f-f-1:1-:--'-:.f i '!mIfE77QEmWbT'bHU".ZlE VL' 1 n An l I, 1 I K 4 - West Point nights. Just a touch of fog and the snow slipping down in big soft flakes, the way it does before it cuts loose with a blizzard.. A belated scene shifter skipping through the sallyport gives that touch of the last little Plebe scurrying to his room from ranks. The sallyporti is full of upper classmen, with that angelic Sunday night supper expression, all muchly excited overithe latest rumor. Early graduation excitement worthy A of Billy's best-the choir trip is to be made to a "femme semi' this time and the boys are to ,f - if pick their own chaperon. .1 just here occurs a most , realistic bit, the triumphant entrance of the mystic twelve, purveyors of filth and profan- ity, and self-appointed con- science ofthe Corps., Phil can outdo Belasco as a realist and, in consequence, the gang was ably portrayed by twelve of the sloppiest Plebes available, arrayed in ther preds' Plebe skins. . We hear a familiar and haunting melody but with the one-syllable words of our boy- hood days-the real stuff, of course, being too spicy for youthful ears of the rest of the "bat". The particular pleas- antry this evening is a bold attempt to induce the choir a - to take along ai policeman as-choirmaster. This little sally is hugely enjoyed by all present except the choir and the policeman, the argument finallybeing decided by the latter's decamping a toutes -jambes, and by' the timely arrival of the choirmaster himself. Mr. Beyer, humorously played by Von Babo, runs through a dreaming little rehearsal, and then the choir seriously settled down to find its chaperon. It is decided to waylay the T. D. as they pass throu-gh the sallyport on their-way to inspect barracks, ask each his opinion about the trip, and decide on which is the man for the job. It is positively heartrending to see by what nar- row margins each of' these demigods in turn loses out. ,.-. :f5.:::f: -::'11' ' - ' 121- -- . var '-25.1 12? ef'-' . , . . . I I three hmzdred .raven A J in 'f ' .': - H :: :y. .',:,f,-.1-,'.g.-- 'I fd. :, 55,1 3 ,gif ' g-g:j,:gr'g.La-g- '13-g.:'.:,:'.ji,..-. i 'ET AWE A if " Ek 'ISLE f EWfE,E3 4n., 1 "'f4'm1""Q"1"mN'mu-a n 'll Us V41 fn 5- -I 1. Q. 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V H A Next in order is Light Horse Harry. As usual he bootlicks the boys along, they almostireach the stage of first names, when, bang, the fatal gum up-he takes off his hatl. Alas, we know only too well that when that cap comes off, the last thing that Harry is contemplating is a friendly call. . , The Committee has hardly had time to register their real disappointment when in stepped-no such man of mark as these, but a simple baby tank and ,Kansas cyclone. There is a snappy exchange of military courtesies, affairs become rapidly strained and constrained, and the Kaydets, swept off their feet by this young sol- dier's enthusiastic nerve, forget all about their frivolity in the weightier aH7airs of War. Suddenly they come to and realize that he has gone silently and mysteriously as he came, and it is. too late. Although not cognizant of the intentions of the author, We strongly suspect that this character was the real hero of the operag he was undoubtedly the hit of the evening with an appreciative audience and was ably played by Little. E The Tac that finally lands the detail is something of a dark horse-tall, feline, with a sweetly modulated voice but with an earnest desire to-be one of the boys. More of him anon. ' 4 Meanwhile, the news of the trip has spread over the post, and the post femmes arrive to say goodbye and to sink one more hook in the hearts of the fickle ones before they depart on any such sentimental journey as is contemplated. We have always wondered where the term L. P. originated, but if those femmes were samples of Ladies of the Post we are no longer in doubt, and it is no wonder they- were a bit uneasy as to what might happen at Wasser. Kaydet Gettem and his femme engage in a desperate lovers? quarrel. There is an awkward pause in the conversation and he has to pull the usual Kaydet -bonehead play:-whenever you canit think of what to say next to a femme, and your ideas are running out, ask her up to a hop- Gettum picks out' Iooth Night Hop of all others, probably praying for quarantine to shut down. in time to save him. But all's hunkydory again and the act closes with the choir going down the hill. V . A , A rattling of programs and a buzz of conversation and noisy approval as we settled back in our seats to wait for Act No. 2.5 but we were all due for an agreeable surprise. Theseentre acts were Mr. Egner's innings and as the choir speeds north- ward to Wasser we are carried along with it by his "train music", a most original composition, a lively, catchy tune with underneath a wonderful monotone of pant- ing exhaust, the rhythm of the wheels on the rails and the whistling sigh of the air w R ' if' if , , V I5j.:f1-:: 'J111 . , 1- , ' -- ' .- F' , 1231 " YF Ed'-' , I 4 .. .. . 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The choir train has just pulled in and the femmes are giving the boys the once over, and it appears that they are right there and the girls are piping a keen time. But hark, what is that familiar sound? "One Two, Three, Four, cadence, cadence." And what has happened to the carefree bunch of K-dets that pulled out of West Point? Every one of them now has that dignified military appearance of old Smithy, P.W.,'taking his seat after drawing a zero point for one of his shorthand solutions that jumped the track en route4you know what I mean, as old Bill Shakespeare would say, "Fanfare and excursions, exit the Dogef' The "Infant Tacn has evidently boned up his job, and the boys find themselves in con with a sentinel in front of the door, and an"All Right" that Marc Anthony himself couldn't get around. This being only the land of "let's pretend", the company manages to put on considerable swank and when they post that relief we are treated to a first class exhibition drill, followed by the song hit of the evening, "Guards", which is done full justice to by lVlitch's rich, mellow voice. A c Nleanwhile, our old pal,Gettum, has discovered that there is some baby in the next room and he has been scratching his head trying to ind out a way to fox the T. D. Now Gettum was Ist Section in Phil and pretty soon he had a telephone or "what notl' rigged pup. 'The femme Blanche being' a lively jeune fille the plot begins to thicken. But once again the conversation languishes, and Gettum, according to schedule, has to start in on hops and, bingo! there're now two on his hands for that big hop back at the Point. ' ' The cussedness of the Tac and the battle plans of the Kaydets grow worse and more abundant. The poor boys' brains are affected and soon in this delirium they think they are camouflage Bugs. This is a most effective bit-the stage suddenly inky black and then-just one white beam of luridlight as five weird "'bugs'7 go through their antics. Of course, Phil was big bug and he out-Gallaghered himself with his silent, double-jointed dancing, but was ably supported by four little bugs, all lookinglike animated barber poles suffering with measles. 'f After their wily machinations, it is the femmes that finally get the boys their liberty. This young Blanche Amour is quite some Baby Vamp and before the dear boy knows what's struck him, she has the young O. C. eating out of her hand and he doesnlt care a rap what the Kaydets do. Gettum is so overcome by this unex- pected freedom that he does a Brodie for the very first femme he runs into and No. 3 gets her bid to the hop. 1 4? 15255553 - , - .. .. . "' . .. . "'- three hundred eleven n A 'Sli - 1 HBg2,.E,' -f1vbfl . 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The pride and enthusiasm of the master and the devotion and admiration of the pupil were most affecting. The sketch was encored again and again. Oh boy, ainltl it a gran, and glorious feeling to be on the outside looking in-"One, two, raise your chest, four." , - ' The act closes with everybody in great spirits and everybody going to see everybody else at the Hop down at the Point. - . Act 3 finds us in the ballroom of the New Hotel, and the great mystery of the name is solved. Undine has cut loose and turned out a young palace for that hop room. The show's well named, alt Can7t be Done"-a new hotel is bad enough, but any such hostelry as that is just about as likely as a Furlough for 1921. Even if Cullum is outdone, it's the same old Kaydet hop of the good old days. Whole platoons of mussy little stags all underfoot and gallivanting around where they are not wanted for all the world like Santchi's Cavalry. And the chaperons- particularly that one from Wasser-she was a queen-you know flirting with the chaperone is the highest form of the Art. - What of Gettem and his three charmers? ,We will have to hand it to that man. He's a sport if there ever was one. He might have busted into the hospital or gone on guard,but nope, he dragged the three of 'em. He passes Nos. I and 2 off on classmates after the first dances and everything is going smoothly-it's the femmes that are doing the worrying. The supper dance is his Waterloo. The poor fish thinks that a femme is just like a file and all you have to do is feed her and she will keep quiet, but nay, not 'so-the female of the species doesn't care what she eats and often doesn't know, what she wants is the flow of the Kaydetis loos- ened tongue that only ice cream and cream sauce can produce. And every one of them has got to have Gettum and not another to whisper the sweet nothings in her ear. A They drive him into a corner and, curses, my lads, the game's up! ' Getturn is a candidate for TVard McElery, and the authors, like Homer, draw a friendly cloud over their hero's shame, in the form of a crashing finale. Its rhythm is still singing in our ears as in twos and threes we swing back to barracks across the star-lit plain -it was some show and, yea Bo, just IOO days. f. A BY A. B. S., JR. 'H 1 1 I i 4 M M f M ' all In ' bl 'l A 5 5 ,H ai A ,I ', j" rigfszrf . , Ui .- j"' -' Z' , '-1' . , , 4 if-:-T.-'-':-. .. -- .,,. 'QE 15?.'.::-rL'3i1-5-2f':'-- . . , .. . - r' -3273? 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Brewster, 'ZI gn COLONEL BENERY, Tac Dept. . . . . , . H. A. Montgomery, '20 U MAJOR WAEFLES Tac Dept. . . . R. W. Child, '21 Q, CAPTAIN LIGHT-IlIORSE-LIARRY, Tac Dept. . L. R.'Nachn1an, 'IQ Q, THE BOY TAC, Tac Dept. . . . S. Little, 721 ,i CAPTAIN TVTILLY, Tac Dept. . P. B. Kelly, '20 5 EQ FLORENCE DEERCOURT . . H. Palmer, '20 Ii' EQ, MR. BEYER, Leader Of the Choir M. A. 'Von Babo, 721 H' W A POLICEMAN . . . ,. D. A. Fay, '21 BLANCHE AMOUR, a Wasser Femme . . A. C. McAuliffe, '21 My HELEN TVTUGGINS, a Wasser Femme . G. E. Bruner, 21 li' gig DOROTHY SWEET, a Wasser Femme .... T. N. Crawford, 21 ,fl lgg, GLADYS DEER, a Wasser Femme L. G. Daniel, ,ZI Ll' Iii A WASSER TEACHER . . P. M. Whitney, '21 M SCOUT MALONE a Boy Scout . ' B. A. Byrne '21 H., Q? A CHAPERON ' ..... P. M. Whitneyi '21 ml MLLE. ALXLEECE LEGERPIED of the Opera Franpais . . . W. C. Coogan, ,IQ H, Ill T 99 I l'1 il? R. C. Barlow, '21 R. R. Raymond, '21 F. B. Dodge, '21, W. H. J. Dunham, 721 ,in D. W. Maher, '21 J. S. Bradley, '21 W. Brownell, 21 W. I. Regan, '21 Q, ,W N. A. Smith, 'ZI W. E. Bullock, 721 D. Hardin, 721 C. L. Williams, ,ZI Sh Choir, Dirty Dozen, Wasser Students, Etc. , i, ll ' ll l illi . W ll ll M 1 full W W. 'Ill M lm IP.: ill all W 14 M ll' lim' yi 'lil rw li I Tl 'Ill tl W M lil' ill! lil, ill. IU ill 'Y Ill 'Y l ,v v ,ll lh if' - We vel x- Y W s'.c:2mElf54f2 In Zhree lzurzzdvmi jifteen 'K 4 fi fff " 1 1. A N If X A ,S , 0 IQ: 5 W N y g ? 1' U' 'Q' - . v ' vin 5 f W!- H wm 9iiw:,mv ,f-5 ,, :: 1.L5g.'- .:,g4f:..:i'..:.,t A HJ.. Q A M' M' ww W " - L . ... E , I ' mg 5 ' K r f-Eafff 'K - :se A A 5f?.:fG. 5 " , 7 - ' ' I ,,.,4:,:Q:r-'1:16 ' ,G-:L-5-" , , f i 1 ' . ' 3 it , A-A ,Q kv' - ., ,N ' 'S' 1s:rf:a,.,-.' f , X 'E 2 ' 4 ,F ' , g 94 . W 2 Q5-L L 2 if lx X :Ear as Q 5, A ibrf ffl, , f QW lg C fa uf 'fu -. I ' ff? if f f I x X4 A! 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"fi I ' "1" 'f'3'3'17-"" "Ji" 1'-"IV" " f-'.'.1'.'1' U -55" 'K' If-5.1531-F A!" 512Tf':"f.1'-Iflf--1 E 5.111 'DHHS A 5W " 'JB V5' '7"3'. x ' r I AI yn M.-'E -'l4WHi.lif-M,H.IMV',, '4"'f',, 'EWr " """5'- w m a, A-,,,- ,-nm., . . . - . -- , -,..- ... 5 -. -.... ,..- -M. , . 4,,, ,,,. ,g-,r-,... -..- A rn . - W ffl Hundredih Nzghz' Siajj' . Illanczger . . .......... E. N. JONES, '19 .Mzuical Director . . ....- . . PHILIP EGNER Stage Marzager' . . . . I. G. SUCHEII, 'IQ flf Firft 15111-i.r1fcz1zt Stage Illahager . A. M. NEILSON, '19 Second Affiftant Stage Alarcager . . D. HODGES, '19 Stage Carpenler . . . B. F. MANNING, 'IQ Scenic Arzifz . ' . . . H. M. UNISERWOOD, '19 .f D. W. GRIFFITIIS, 'zo UT Affifzarzzf 4 C. V. ALLAN, '21 HQ I W. S. BROBERG, '21 gf, L B. A. BYIINE, '21 M Chief Electrician . I. C. LVLARSHALL, '19 .45.ri,f1czntE!ecLricia11 . J. P. DIETRICH, '20 M Technical Director . W. C. COOGAN, 'IQ R. G. GUARD, '21 J. B. MURPHY,.72I ab Properlief A. R. MACMILLAN, '21 T. H. DAMERON, '21 W' VV. W. JERVEY, '21 Qu Ticleezf L. DUB. CLAY, '19 1 R. H. OFFLEY, 'IQ E13 Picznixtf . I I. C. LAWRENCE, '21 Haj 1 M. W. GILLAND, '20 M Programf . . I. A. WEEKS, '19 Porcraitf .... ' ....... J. K. L. MILLER, '19 M' three hundred feventeen ' , r WWE " Jfgff., ii ,1:g.-5-.aafg 4 1: ,, g.... ....- -.... ,..4-,L ,. Q, " F11 '11 an 1, - 1:1 61 111i ' 1 ' 111 111 5 111 111 1 " 11l1 H 1 'A 11M ' 111 lv 1' 1' lim 11' 11 It .1 "1 Us 111 19 L' 1.1 NJ 111 Il1 11 111 111 W 1111 101 11 111 1M . Y V Y V 1l1 1111 11 The Cadet Muszcal Clubs 111 - EST Point has never had a Glee Club or any organized hlandolin Club or Cadet Musical Club of any kind until this year. Our class can Well be proud of starting this movement, Which, we hope, will end in placing our Glee Club on a plane with those of other colleges. To Casman, President ofthe Combined Nlusical Clubs, originator of the idea, and father of the infant society, great credit is due. His efforts caused our first meeting, at which officers were elected, and his energy and ability made possible our first public recital, the con- cert on February 2, IQI8. 1 The program was Well chosen and Well rendered. The Glee Club sang four good selectionsg the Mandolin Club did particularly well, and Phil Gallagher, in a clever skit with Bill Coogan, Was up to his usual standard. Four popular selections by the Octette were among the most popular features of the program. three hundred eighieen v ' , '-we :ff -- 'li ', 1 A'175.B,..1,".M,.I ". rg.,,, 'EW' A 333.3 1 - . " - --Z-.wifi livin ..,. .,.. W y 5, ill By graduation we lose Casman, Godson, Dando, Bishop, Francis, Gallagher, 5 Gerhard, Hoffman, Kovarik, Kreber, Malone, Mesick, Mielenz, Moore, Paterson, ' Richardson, Stenzel and Whitaker. There remain, however, the majority of the ,., band, Mandolin Club and Glee Club, including Colwell, Gilland, Snow, Coolidge l and Shaler, a few of IQ2O,S shining lights, who we feel ,sure will "carry onn. 2 Now that music has at last attained a foothold in our rock-bound highland li home, here's hoping it will stay-that each succeeding class will add to the enthusi- ki, asm and effort put into the clubs, and get from them in turn all the pleasure they u, Ill have given those of IQIQ who helped to found them. A ' M E, 2 W if Qu M ilu lil lll Hi, i . I ff .-1 , 4- J: -ff.-:zw -rr: :- A ' ,- -' 'if' , Tliiglii 'iF 'iii' . - ...I-., rr -' ..'E': 1?f.'4'-- . ,"-'.Z':5f7:li if.'5J:-f-iffffffiiz-'.' . . . ' -- . .f'.1"lH??5'li.P:lll'f":! x J' 1 5 ilzrfe lzimdrfd ninetefn ' 'li . 'I fel , rl' I 5 .LAHS TM I? 4" .Sf 'f -- ' 'af in ax VW fi J 'FEE ikf'7.fl??2wi- JIESYZKW gg E? " 'M 35' g Fimmg.. 3577.31 EW vi4fG?.?l-:EWJW ,fffvi-MW' ' f 5 HW ' ,- Lv W5 A..'e2f'wL57' LAWS, f m:,,'1gWNQx. ,, - : faP,, :,E4,nWM.wm Am?,,'E' W- .1 1 . W mm '-" ' fA- .., mwawax: :ran .emmsm ,,..:.,4:r,.r4sf,,.,wfuf.-wa..-4: iw!! if '-'M' 15 T'- N1 A UL N' Q31 'H 1 w .. IW uw 'M N gg' .. ,. aw 'M , Ur . W as '25 l Q'- Efh '44 1 Hr" y J 2? 3 nr. MI ga W Qi EL' U4 W VM " M QW ,, WH W W M W " 1 , v sl" ' e A WI Qi M N F' M fu Wi' M ,,. .V M ,fm nl .L M 1,35 T -Ju E! ws 'N ' up W. W b MI 2 5: M rn 1 11 I-lm' SQ M1 23 my , ,jj 512 'MN Prafidznt . . ROSS, ,IQ Vice-Preridenz RICHARDSON, ,IQ H3 gg Vice-P1'e.fidant TOWNSLEY, ,IQ W. Secretary . . XFIDAL, '20 AJJi,ftan1fSec1'em1'y xvAN DE GRAAFF, ,ZI Librarian . . PosT, 721 Advifory DONALDSON, T. Q. Qjgj Publicazfion HAMILTON, R. E. lf-nfl Publication . CRUSE Bible Study TOWNSLEY Hall and Tent NICZKEE, C. E. W Hof W vb 'flu -Y 1 Q M1 m gf' 'lm 'E ,, ... , ., . zhrfe hundred twenty I .f .,.. . ..t,.,,, ,I L.,-, ...,,,.,.,,,.J,,,,.,, .,,,.:,:. 1 , f . .. . ., - ,. : K .- , M-'1AWEilO,.i.'.Mf.lMV11lM' ' KWH? M 1 V f"".- ' A M , .J ll 4 Nl 4' YE, on the shores of darkness there is life," is proven by the existence of the Y. M. C. A. at West Point. However, it is pretty much like one crying in the Wilderness, for those of its seed which do not fall on stony ground fall among tares. But aside from all jesting, the Y. M. C. A. has become just as much a part of this institution as the Guard Houses and the shoe blacks. This in barracks is due to three things: First, the Y. M. C. A. provides an excellent course in current literature by its manual of the modern periodicals- an opportunity which cadets conflned to a narrow sphere of life, if not to re- stricted limits, cannot afford to let slip. Second, by.special arrangement and co-operation with the T. D., it furnishes an excellentfresh air course in music so easy that even he Who walks may hear. Third, it secures speakers whose widely divergent topics have only interest and appeal in common, who bring us an additional touch of the outside world and widen our, horizons correspondingly. In camp, the usefulness of the Y. M. C. A. is greatly augmented. Its tent pro- vides an asylum where Yearlings may escape 4th Class temptation. ' ' Its tables far outdo the cleaning box or the mirror as aids in writing home or elsewhere-chiefly elsewhere. It provides a Victrola accessible toiall and a two-ton piano which willing 4th Classmen may drag out to color line and back. From reveille until the time when the sergeant of the guard closes the Haps, this tent is pervaded by a spirit of Christian peace except for the bidiurnal inspections of the O. D. Since by their. fruits shall ye know them, we may pronounce the Y. M.-C. A. an excellent thing. . 1 i 4? - if r . 1:3255 ' , ' . . -..f . -1 . 21 three hundred twmziy-om' 'mm mv ,m'1:.m ' ' ans . r V I 1313 1HLB,.E, : .Z '.l'4 4.,.. 'EWr A' 3333 , ' - .- ...,. i QI QI Dzalectzc Prefident TOWNSLEY Secretary RICHARDSON O BE frank, this old society exists mostly in the past when it was the guiding spirit of the Corps. Still it trails behind it shreds of the clouds of glory in which it Was once enveloped. Founded in 1816, it Was the source from which sprang our literature, our enter- tainments and our social life. It grew with the Academy until the Civil YVar. Soon after this great conflict the society sank into oblivion and almost ceased to function, having but spasmodic fits of usefulness. f' Qffi ,,fi5'::fg1F5' , M Ihree hundred Iwenty-two H I, L f 'I vfj I I 5 U 'I LII lr I llil Ml it lt' A UI WI ,211 lfh M flu W I Ill v 1 1 w r lil ull u" ill V f 1,-1., ..,,: :,., ml., ... f.1,2f:','u -3, .,.,,N,-,,,.34L,,,, .,,:i:.:.,,.,..,::,., i "Ii I , l " ' , - , 8 i SJB E-WA.B,..E .ifl '.1i f' Etvilizmy r - f . f - A 3' - 1 2 f Y ' - fl 'UW ' , .42 ag: 4 r M L' y . U JE I E wil ll' gel V ll ll ll ll ll ll' ' till' ll' W ll ill 'lil A . ill r - , lf' Along in the 8o's, it sprang into prominence by publishing THE HOWITZERQ later it let THEHOWITZER become separate, and began to present Hundredth Night. ,W This continued until IQI7, when Hundredth Night, Color Line,iCamp ,Illumina- rm tion and moving pictures were taken from the control of the society, P HN Now, the name, While significant of a great past, means naught to the average cadet, save the title of a certain very pleasant hall in North Barracks Where Y V. A - v ll ll the upper classman may regain touch with the outside World through his favorite ll' llll ' . newspapers and magazines. H A W lfll lll W all W i lil lill ll ll W ll lil 4 ll ll 'ill 4 . 'i i mfg lil U EJ fi il lfjlgj Q all gil . 'V , . lil - 'Y . I N U 1 ' ' ' '. ., Q . 'm' 4" 'Q-if ,Q ,fy 121-1? A . ' .- -'fwzxv 151 :-'Z:y.. 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ADCOCK SIBERT B.-xRTH CROUCH TANSEY ui w'..'qf "FROM BEAST TO CLUBMAN IN THREE YEARS." nl 51143 Setting-Second Floor, 22nd Div. MY Center of Stage-Eddie Crouch. W First Relief-Phil Gallagher. .Heinie Stenzel at the Piano. JM 134 other Famous Arusts. Opening Chorus-WVhere Are the Smokes? QM Finale-Tattoo. HH Performances-Nightly at 7:Iog also Sunday Nlatinee Wx. ,, r .-'13 11? 71 ww .rv 4016 A fsiflzf w"" 5' .- .-1.2 1 1 55 of three 1Z1t7Zd1'Ell7 iwezzty-four V' , '4'- - 'zg--:: :g:,-'..115,-- -f:.:,'.-.14,-.3.-- "4 f.i:,1'.-9:3 .371-' 'i'jI,F,Lf3'fg.L5-g- 'Ziff-fn: D.E!7 E 'TE '?mb msfmmgwwmhmwqa mtq ""' F OUR Beast Detail could only see us now, they would turn over on their com- forters. And justly sol For what is as incompatible with the accepted version of Kaydet existence as the picture of a tired first classmanhpipe and tobacco to solace him, fiction galore to interest him, a victrola and piano to entertain him. Yet were it not for these manifold advantages, a different chapter might be written here. Eddie Crouch's diplomatic and effervescent fountain'of speech might still be hidden beneath his calm exterior instead of flooding and swaying his helpless classmates. So also with Mother Elliott-the glory of the Cavalry might still be left untold. More yet-the Dirty Dozen's Songs. left unrehearsed, Old Daddy Machle without a place to fox trot. Then, too, we might be suffering from the want of major-generals had not the Club developed domino strategy in Slacker Jim Newman and Eddie Sibert. And of a later date-the Tug-of-War in theilndoor lVleet might have resulted differently without the practice at the Club. We, who have witnessed these phenomena, do not realize, without a second thought, what our loss might have been had there not been this opportunity for their development. A A af' . ., ff-Egf mf' - :PQ-1.5.2.3 , ,,... Q, ,-. I l l rr ,1iff5.?'in 4 - llzrea lzundrml twenty-jim' Huw emwulm Ell'5' ' EU " 'am m' frm f .' r . . 4 mm mmimnwm .m.mv..m'.mn:.'lfmwf2mezsfa' u' qLm"m'md -. .Y ., ,W . "Full many a gem of purest ray serene The dark, unfathomed depths of ocean bearf' And many a one was brought to surface in the First Class Club. A retreat for the Weary, a resort for the ambitious as Wellg such are the values ofthe Club. Though many came to laugh and rest, the greatest good for the great- est number was for those who came to read and listen. More in demand than ever were the current technical and military publications available at the Club. These With the various conferences, the assortment of confidentialtpamphlets installed by the Dept. of Tactics, the battle map of Europe loaned by the Department of Engineering, all helped in the preparation for our profession. Thanks to "Prof" Dean's genius, the superfluous time of the engineers was mustered and made available for the benefit of their less fortunate classmates struggling With trusses and girders. The nightly Goat Classes at the Club were a boon to many of the goats, and if one of them Was thus saved from the exams all .. . . ,. ':1Q.' ". 4. ' thref hundred twenty-.fix ' "" ' -'.f.'1'l'-F-' "" :f.i.:.f'.2-31-:---nf:-1'I E 1S.'K dEHA.19,.E .I ..l'5,f4,,,, gwf Z - , .,,.y, , , I, u - V Q, V Lvimlh I isnnli the time and energy devoted there have been worth while. That this system met with favor was evidenced by the action of the various Department Heads in allow- ing men deficient in studies to visit the Club to attend these classes. Our general education received further advancements at 'the Saturday night and Sunday 'smokers in the Club. Such men as Cruse, Stenzel, Murrill, Dean, Dando, Barth, Elliott, Moore, Sibert, etc., gave to their classmates the benefit of their different experiences fand seats always reserved at the moviesj. The talks on Sundays by Professors and Instructors were all invaluable. Thanks to the Com., but few men in con were forced to miss these various treats. A new step was taken in the right direction by the IQIQ Board of Governors. There have been hung in the Clubroom, modest but suitable pictures, with inscrip- tions, in memory of West Pointers who have made the supreme sacrifice for their Alma lVfater and their country in the present struggle. A portion of the Clubroom wall has been set aside for the continuation of this plan. Throughout the year, the steady undercurrent of rumors Howed through the Club. Graduation finally-and then again-determined the momentous questions of the merits and demerits of the different branches, the intricacies of uniforms and equipment, all were unraveled at the Club. ' Time was, even in our history, when the Club was a retreat for the indigna- tion meetings of our predecessors to grumble over the files lost to cits before grad- uation. Not ,so with us. We early learned the advantages to be derived from the privileges ofthe First Classrnen's Club, and wellost no time, even as Second Class- men, in availing ourselves of them. Although a radical departure from the dis- ciplinary policy of the Military Academy, the First Classmen's Club when used in the right direction constitutes a powerful infiuerice. I Let us remernber always the things the Club has done for us: the strengthen- ing and cementing of our friendships, the better carrying of the responsibilities of First Class of the Corps, the enlargement and broadening of our vision' and activi- ties to better prepare us for our wider estategithe filling of the gap between three stripes and shoulder bar. A YW- - .. , , i Q Q T l VW ' 4 l 1 t J k 53,2 I, I t P In 1:5552 'Jgff , . . 'LZ "' . ...5'::i'f -.-4 , .. . f .. :H2z11'iiif Ji'-R a'.-i':.'.""1". "F-'vi i-'1".72'f.'- -ff'.- F -ff-i'..-3 .'5.f' -7-.1'f'-f.'.1'.3':ib"?'?.'.'-E-,:-i'3'd'7'.': -'--"fif.JZ'I5.'fIlZf.' '.-'2Z"7T.'7'-F:-5-Z"5'f'--fff'-"5' T: llzree hzmdred lwenfy-.raven X . .I ' , 'f '?r"1f 2r-'-"nl:-" ""1-f.z1':-ru -11-1 x':i.F.1f".EfF'5' 'iiiii-:'-fn'-ffif.-1 I, :f:.'g'.i,i4'L f M annum .. 1 .... , ..... .... .... , Q, M, ll 1 Army Songs and Yells ce 'i"i gl UBENNY HAVENS, oH1f' 'I in M Q v- M ENNY was only a rather witty local sage who helped the Corps of Cadets to shat- K '-'if ter temperance pledges and the Regula- ' W . . . M Ei, tions at one and the same time, yet his name ,QI has been sung with tenderest sentiments every- where the American Regular has taken the Hag, If . . A from the mess acketed arrison rou to the in ,J J 8 8 P ,V battle scarred crew around a prairie camp fire. W ,V . . . 'z For Benny Havens has given his name to the only epic poem the Academy boasts. Q.. When O'Brien, a subaltern in the British r' . . . . . ju infantry, v1s1ted Bennyin company with a kay- 5, det friend, along in the summer of 18.38, he was Q45 inspired to write some verses in Bennyis honor. 3 ing T L, . , I A 1 Troubador songs, as did the great epics of Q" Troy and Greece, verses being added from year E' to year to commemorate the heroes of war and the leaders of men. O'Brien himself was the subject of the verse beginning: U. "From courts of death and danger," for the song outlived the author and still grew. About a hundred verses are extant, but only forty were considered Worthy i il, , '1 of the singing in days gone by. The singing of these verses has grown out of use, 5' vw in W rw' J . . . . . . J ll until now we ordinarily sing only three. But the old song still lives. Here follow in 2' 1 the forty generally sung by the old graduates. . Q, at B' El? Q, BENNY HAVENS, OH I iq, I I . Air: "The Wearing of the Greenf' gl If . M 'Ji I' i W Come fill your glasses, fellows, and stand up in a row, gl To singing sentimentally, we're going for to go, C in In the army there's sobriety, promotiorfs very slow, if, So Weill sing our reminiscences of Benny Havens, oh! QI ll Char-uJ.' . M " Oh, Benny Havens, oh! Oh! Benny Havens, oh! I., M So we'll sing our reminiscences of Benny Havens, oh! gl Y il n G Let us toast our foster-father, the Republic, as you know, Qu' ill Who in the paths of science taught us upward for to go, Q ill And the maidens of our native land, whose cheeks like roses glow, Q M They're oft remembered in our cups at Benny Havens oh! ' ,, , f 2 1,1 M Oh, Benny Havens, oh. etc. ,U 'l' 1- . , Aqfffii-1Ef, iifz' :iff 1' .. ., . V .. -.--.'.. , ,,.:.g, -' 4','-1L- '11,-: g-.2.-:Z-r. I' . 2,,yj',rg.2-,'.-,'3'-2.331-.3.,g'1-' .si-515 - 'Zia three hundred twenty-eight 'la The song thus started grew as did the old pq A ' , '.f.j-1 ',.'-W" - -' 11 25... .7.!f,'.:i,'.:.'- -u r,:.:,53,- 3 ..z:.- -F 31-53:-.3.'-: -1- -:gi-gf. :.1'.g5::,:.. ' r I 4 X, I .. ....,- . . ...,- .. . , ..... , ..-- -., , ,-, .,,... - 7, - ' if fl IH Of the lovely maids, with virgin lips, like roses dipped in dew, A Who are to be our better halves, we'd like to take a view. 'QL But sufficient to the bridal day is the ill of it, you know, if So we'll cheer our hearts with chorusing at Benny Havens, oh! Q, Oh, Benny Havens, oh! etc. ' 5 IV To the ladies of our Army our cups shall overliow, ' Companions of our exile, and our shield 'gainst every woe, May they see their husbands Generals, withydouble pay also, And join us in our choruses at Benny Havens, oh! Oh, Benny Havens, oh! etc. i , yn. V 'Tis said by commentators, when to other worlds we go, We follow the same handicraft we did in this below, 4 If this be true philosophy-the sexton he says 'Non- What days of song and dance we'll have at Benny Havens, oh Oh, Benny Havens, oh! etc. V I To our regiments, now fellows, we all must shortly go, And look as sage as parsons when they talk of whatls below, We must cultivate the graces, do everything "just so" And never speak to ears polite of Benny Havens, oh! Oh, Benny Havens, oh! etc. A i VII ' V lf' To the ladies of the orange clime, let all our bumpers flow, I - Who dares gainsay their peerless charms must take a knightly blow. M, We'll throw the gauntlet in their cause and taunt the soulless foe Who hesitates to drink to them at Benny Havens, oh! Oh, Benny Havens, oh! etc. ' al, vm QQ To the ladies of the Empire State, whose hearts and albums too, Bear sad remembrance of the wrongs we stripling soldiers do, 55, We bid a fond- adieu, my boys, our hearts with sorrow How, ill, Our loves and rhyming had their source at Benny Havens, oh! Oh, Benny Havens, ohl etc. ii' 1 - IX h And when in academic halls, to summer hops we go, gui And tread the mazes of the dance on the light fantastic toe, iq, We look into those sunny eyes, where youth and pleasure glow, af, And think ourselves within the walls of Benny Havens, oh! M Oh, Benny Havens, oh! etc. . . X Bi- 'Tis a proverb that "Republics to their veterans thankless grow," QQ' - And to a youth of, service oft awards an age of woe, QU 'But if a lowly station most honor doth bestow , 515 Give me the one now occupied by Benny Havens, oh! M Oh, Benny Havens, oh! etc. , . ,By A XI . e ill Let us remember, comrades, when to our posts we go, til The ties that must be cut in twain, as o'er l1fe's sea we row, Nl Hearts that now throb in unison must moulder down below, it So let us take a parting cup at Benny Havens, oh! Oh, Benny Havens, oh! etc. ' . H ,Q llf f 1 -L - I-1 .. -5 ,nt-" . QF 4" , ,. A :fi-zff, :Eff ,fi A ,- 1,5 352-:-Ti-1: .. . . 'LB "' ...-V.--'e11:fE'5 ii'-'z ,, .f .F:'1a!:'iri1Efi--"'f:'- - , ", 1 I. lhree hundred twenty-nina ' ' -,.,.-,,7,-:..- -A.-. I-1 U-.-.,... .-,. ....-1.H-1'....:......,,....-..-., 3 Hb? IW '13 i " TIE' ,j3lf7'l I 1 - ... ::?r-aff: l I I I A I I I up 1:4 I You veterans on the "half pay list" in quiet ease should go, ui And suffer no subalterns up a grade or two to row, Ia Award each State a regiment of Regulars, you know- yi Their officers are chosen ones from Benny Havens, oh! i Oh, Benny Havens, oh! etc. Q :H XIII ffl 'W May we never lack a smile for friend, nor sternest heart for foe, ll .1 May all our paths be pleasantness wherever we may go, Ilv Hi May our "Muster-rolls" in after years report in status quo, W ,N And goodly samples ever bring from Benny Havens, oh! N, ' Oh, Benny Havens, oh! etc. 74 XIV? I' May the Army be augmented, promotion be less slow, N' N May our country in the hour of need be ready for the foe, 'H ui May we find a soldier's resting-place beneath a soldier's blow, lil With space enough beside our graves for Benny Havens, oh! L Oh, Benny Havens, oh! etc. ,fu XV And if amid the battlels shock our banner e'er should trail, And hearts that beat beneath its folds shall faint or basely fail, Then may some son of Benny's with quick avenging blow, Lift up the flag we loved so well at Benny Havens, oh! Oh, Benny Havens, oh! etc. XVI From the courts of death and danger, from Tampa's deadly shore, There comes a wail of manly grief, K'O'Brien is no moreu, In the land of sun and flowers his head lies pillowed low, No more he'll sing "Petite Coquetten or "Benny Havens, oh!" Oh, Benny Havens, oh! etc. V XVII When you, and I, and Benny, and General Jackson, too, Are called before the "final board" our course of life to view, May we never "fess" on any point, but straight be told to go And join the Army of the Blest with Benny Havens, oh! Oh, Benny Havens, oh! etc. XVIII I l Come fill up to our Generals, God bless the brave heroes, They're an honor to their country, and a terror to their foes, May they long rest on their laurels and trouble never know, But live to see a thousand years at Benny Havens, oh! Oh, Benny Havens, oh! etc. XIX Here's a health to General Taylor, whose "rough and ready" blow Struck terror to the rancheros of braggart Mexico, May his country ne'er forget his deeds and ne'er forget to show She holds him worthy of a place at Benny Havens, oh! Oh, Benny Havens, oh! etc. XX To the Hveni, vidi, vici" man, Scott, the great hero, Fill up the goblet to the brim, let no one shrinking go, May life's cares on his honored head fall light as flakes of snow, And his fair fame be ever great at Benny Havens, oh! Oh, Benny Havens, oh! etc. I three hand red thirty XII 1 y , , , . , .1 -, It I K - 5 1 BNWT E 'VE jjj.. 1 , I i.3:m5WL'm."4mS . willin g ., 4 rr -4.- 1..,,..-Q., ,.. . -,4. . Q ' . in XXI 1 To our comrades who have fallen, one cup before we go, P They poured their life-blood freely out pro bono publicog No marble points the stranger to where they rest below, They lie neglected far away from Benny Havens, oh! Oh, Benny Havens, oh! etc. XX11 a Now Roes' Hotel's a perfect "fess", and Cozzens' all the go, And ofhcers as thick as hops- infest 'fThe Falls" below, But we'll slip them all so quietly, as once a week we go A To toast the lovely flower that blooms at Benny Havens, oh! Oh, Benny Havens, oh! etc. ' XXIII V To the Army's brave commanders let now our glasses flow We'll drink to Grant and Sherman, and to the "subs" also, To Thomas, Meade and Sheridan Cthese come in 6. proposj, We'll toast them all with goblets full at Benny Havens, oh! Q Oh, Benny Havens, oh! etc. ' XXIVX To our kind old Alma Mater, our rock-bound Highland home, Weill cast back many a fond regret, -as o'er life's sea we roam, Until on our last battleheld the lights of Heaven shall glow, We'll never fail to drink to her and Benny Havens, oh! W Oh, Benny Havens, oh! etc. XXV ' Another star has faded, we miss its brilliant glow, For the veteran Scott has ceased to be a soldier here belowg' And the country which he honored now feels a heartfelt woe, As we toast hisname in reverence at Benny Havens, oh! Oh, Benny Havens, oh! etc. V XXVI , When this life's troubled sea is o'er, and our last battle's through, If God permits us mortals then His blest domain to view, Then shall we see with glory crowned, in proud celestial row, - The friends we've known and loved so well at Benny Havens, oh! Oh, Benny Havens, oh! etc. n ' XXVII . Here's a cup to brave NIcKinney, and all who like him die, Their souls upon the battle smoke ascend the upper sky, May the angels there attend him and show him where to go And join his comrades gone before, with Benny Havens, oh! Oh, Benny Havens, oh! etc. V .. ' ' , XXVIII In silence lift your glasses: a meteor flashes out, So swift to death, brave Custer, amid the battleis shout. Death called-and crowned, he went to join the friends of- long ago, To the land of Peace, whrere now he dwells with Benny Havens, oh! Oh, Benny Havens, oh! etc. ' A - XXIX - ' Q We drop a tear for Harrington, and his comrades, Custer's braves, Who fell with none to see the deeds that glorified their graves. May their memory live forever, with their glory's present glow, They've nobly earned the rightto dwell with Benny Havens, oh! Oh, Benny Havens, oh! etc. -- .fi ' 'P :f:.:fs:: 'iff-' ' ' . , ,. N -' '- . thref lzundrfd thirty-om' 1 r A I I ' , '-f-T1 " 1: 11-: -f-fi'-if-'-Z-"""'55.2.5593 .sv '--12.P.:f".E-L1-:- '111':-5'-:,:'.g:1ag 'i '?lIfgZ2s17'bQflHY".IlH f E " ' l' ,'7m Q. K GB 13.-'K 1mS W'mhWmum 11 J 1 A i M hr: E U mi XXX. H In Come, fellows, let us join once more, ere to our homes we go, Q pq And give a parting requiem to "Benny Havens, ohln f in Our fathers worship'd at his shrine, in days long, long ago, 5 In Then why should we, their faithful sons, not love our "Havens, oh". M Oh, Benny Havens, oh! etc. I l i XXXI If Qu The spirit of the olden gray, with boys, 'tis folly, true, il 'll' But then it proves "Esprit de Corps" when clothed in Army blue. M M Then in the path our fathers trod let us not fail to go, if in If it leads to fame and glory-or to Benny Havens, oh. it 1 Oh, Benny Havens, oh! etc. p N XXXH 'gp Their names shall sacred to us be for deeds done long ago, f ll For they are graved with gold and red on azure blue you know, ' 'J And as on us their mantles fell, our gratitude we'll show, l Ji By life remembrances of them and Benny Havens, oh. P A Oh, Benny Havens, ohl etc. l 'lf XXXHI U General Barbour, the brave Mudge and Inge, oft went through drifted snow, To have an hour's pleasant chat, and make their spirits iiow. Clay, Crittenden and legions more, could never give a NO, When asked to share the friendly cheer of Benny Havens, oh! Oh, Benny Havens, oh! etc. XIQXIV Did Arngold's flying battery e'er make its aim too low- N Did Duncan's ready howitzers e'er fail to reach the foe- Did Canby brave, or Custer bold, e'er dread Modoc or Sioux- Because of dark or moonlight raids on Benny Havens, oh! Oh, Benny Havens, oh! etc. XXXV From Nevada's hoary ridges, from stormy coast of Niaine, From the lava beds and Yellowstone the story never waned: Wherever duty called they Went, their steps were never slow- With "Alma Materi' on their lips, and Benny Havens, oh! Oh, Benny Havens, oh! etc. XXXVI Their blood has watered Western plains and Northern wilds of snow, Has stained Sierra's highest peaks, where piercing winds e'er blow, Has dyed deep red the Everglades, and deeper still, you know, The sacred Montezuma shades and walls of Mexico. Oh, Benny Havens, oh! etc. XXXVH But now the soften'd summer winds come whisp'ring to us low, That he of whom we oft have sung, Death's hand lies on his brow. These granite hills surrounding us, by sun all set aglow, May they be guardian angels to our Benny Havens, oh! Oh, Benny Havens, oh! ' three hrmdreal thirty-two it Nh '- +am1s.Pfg+'2.iwm'immWLi..fa.zw m"q K ll! ALMA MATER i ' Air: "How Can I Leave Thee. Hail, Alma Mater dear, To us be ever near, ' Help us thy motto bear Through all the years. Let Duty be well performed H onor be e'er untarned, Country be ever armed, West Point, by thee. H Y Guide us, thy sons, aright, Teach us by day, by night, To keep thine honor bright For thee to fight. When we depart from thee, Serving on land or sea, May we still loyal be, West Point, to thee. And when our work is done, ' Our course on earth is run, May it be said, "Well done, Be thou at peace." E'er may that line of gray Increase from day to day, C Live, serve, and die, We pray, West Point, for thee. P. S. REINECKE, '11, THE CORPS The Corps! Bareheaded salute it, With eyes up, thanking our God That we of the Corps are treading Where they of the Corps have trod- They are here in ghostly assemblage, The men of the Corps long dead, And our hearts are standing attention As we list' to their passing tread. We, sons of today, salute you,- You sons of an earlier day, We follow, close order, behind you,' Where you have pointed the wayg The long gray line of us stretches Through the years of a century told And the last man feels to his marrow The grip of your far-off hold. Grip hands Withaus now, though we see not, Grip hands with us, strengthen our hearts, As the long line stiffens and straightens W With the thrill that your presence imparts. Grip hands-though it be from the shadows While we swear, as you did of yore, Or living or dying to honor- The Corps, and the'Corps, and the Corps! REV. H. S. SHIPMAN. ARMY BLUE We've not much longer here to For in a month or two stay We'll bid farewell to "Cadet Gray," And don the "Army Blue." Chornf: , Army Blue, Army Blue, i Hurrah for the Army Blue, Weill bid farewell to "Cadet Gray," And don the "Army Bluef' With pipe and song we'll jog alo US, Till this short time is through, - And all among our jovial throng, Have donned the Army Blue.-Cho. To the ladies who come up in June We'1l bid a fond adieu, Here's hoping they'll be married SOOII And join the army, too.-Cho. Here's to the man who wins the May he be kind and true, And may he bring "our godson' To don the Army Blue.+Cho. 7 ' THE Can't you hear that mighty cheer a-swelling, Kaydets yelling, hear them telling, ' How the long expected Navy game Will bring another vict'ry For the brave old Army team. In the Army way they're fighting, ever hghting, For the honor of the kaydet gray, With a charge that's full of steam, Down that Navy team, And make another Army day. ARMY " - Choruff lt's the Army, oh the Army, That same old fighting Army. Every sturdy man in gray h Is ready for the fray, And when the game is over , Just remember what the kaydets say, The Army, oh the Army, You can back that brave old Army. Cup, up, tsl For it's Gooo-NIGHT NAVY, soon-NIGHT NAVY You'll have to hand the vict'ry to the Army team I Y . Y I V4-fx gif . , .f:?:fii5f5' 4 , ,J ,,-4.',.J:y,-1 g:f,'.1f-f- '- 'g 3g:vJ.f-Q-T-I-' '-'gf-, 5-l -.j-52,-Q, j.,.,QgI:', 5,'j'::'.:,'g", jg,--j,.f' .':,'.f-'.7,f1':j',::-119:i'3'-3.321-.i1',5 i'G"f-'I2,J, .'-.3'5-f:Q'.1Q'g:.','pQ':,:j- 5i.'r1'h2'.:','f..E7g1,VL 'zwiffig-.":,'1': three hundred thirty-three ,l 9 , v ll Q 4-:mum wmmnw mmm. .ma-: mwmmmzm. 'E1Pll.fmr. ' img .W "Dmvv,.lH ' ' 4 1-:af mir" umamzmauvimfzsm.-m'ommm fm mw4m9g.g,1mv'1v E - Q' ' to ' ' BRAVE OLD ARMY TEAM Air composed by Mr. Egner, Teacher of Music The Army Team's the pride and dream Of every heart in gray, The Army line you'll ever find A terror in the fray, And when this team is fighting For the Black and Gray and Gold, We're always near with song and cheer And this is the thing welre told:- The Army team QBand accompanimentj CWhistlej Rah Rah Rah CBoomD Chorur: On, brave old Army team, On to the fray, V Fight on to victory, For that,s the fearless Army way. "Swing Wide the Golden Gates." The Army's coming down the river, the river, The Army's got the goods today, The Navy's goat begins to shiver, and quiver, When the Army mule begins to bray-HEE-HAW! When the Army mule begins to bray. Light up the gay white way of New York, of New York. Oh, light the streets up all around, For Army's going to lick the Navy, the Navy, And we are going to paint the town-You BET! And we are going to paint the town. 1917 FOOTBALL SONG Down in Maryland there's a sailor band All prepared, they've declared, for a fray. Are they prepared once more to be swept high ashore ' In that rushing, Navy crushing, Army way? To the Army team it will never seem That they're fighting a battle that day, For the Navy line is wavy When it stands before the kaydet gray. Chorus: Navy, Army team is waiting, Navy, therels no use relating All the things we have in store for you, For you'll see enough when kaydet gray meets Navy blue. Navy, you will soon be sinking, So we're sounding taps for you. Poor Navy, poor Navy, can't you Volleys three, when once more A-Z1-: see, there will be Tune: "Hello, Hawaii." Hello, poor Navy, how do you do? You've a reason to be feeling blue. You should not fool with a mule When it's packed for action. Don't wait 'till too late, but anchors weigh. We've waited a year for another Army day, So bring out the goat that we're going to take away. It's good night, poor Navy, We're sorry for you. Air: "Tipperary." QOld Tunej WVhen you see that old veteran Army team Coming bounding over 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 far and wide, And islands far away, Each heart in blue beats firm and true For the Army. Chorur: Army, Army, youire a wonder, You will snow the Middies under. Win this game without a blunder, for ' Youlve got to win, you've got to win. And down that Navy, down that Navy. It's for the honor of the Army. BLAME THE TEAM Don't blame me for what happens to the Navy, Blame the team. Canlt you see that the Armyls got the goods, For it's a dream. ' Watch that mule kick and bray, You can almost hear him say, He's got their goat, right by the throat, So, don,t bleme me for what happens to the Nav Blame the TEAM! Tune: "Goodbye, Dear Old Cadet Gray." So march on brave old Army team, Blazing away. WVhen at last you meet that Navy Heet just greet it Army's way, And when the smoke of battle clears There on that field of fray Y: You try to make a landing on Will be iiying supreme, o,er the old Army team, The rocky coast of Army's shore. The black and the gold and gray. '51 -' s ai. :1:.',.1'.1' -' " 2'-I' ' ' '. ", :Q-'i f-.-.-i'Zff'.' Q-':A7fvi,.-I' , jlji' ,',. .1',':-'I' ' If'-','.15,5-j.-Ti'3'f3.2Q1-ffl"5 2i1i'.'E3, I-ilu 1':QiiZ.'g:,'jgf,'f,:5- 5q.qg'.i'g1,',-.j5g1:.,' 'f-'3f.'2.5i-'ff-':, three hundffd thirtygfour I 1 1 I ,. "" ' 7'L'J-T"f1f-'J-1'-"3 'A " f-'.f.+'.vU --13-''i'Z5.F.?1".3f.5'i' 'x ii-1" 'E QWKW H .A I " 'Q 3 l3.'!2.'E 5AWLB,.1,f K. f.T '.i'-Ef4.... 'fEQWf711,B3.iamm . r7 .- 4..- ...Q ,...--,t ... f... " I ,Q 1915 FOOTBALL SONG Amidst the roekbound highlands of the Hudson's shore, The home of fighters ever since days of yore, A There's a husky bunch of scrappers called the Army team, That will shatter every Navy dream. ' ON TO VICTORY- To our team to e'er be royal, To our country to be ever true, To the Army to be loyal, We must always down the Navy blue. ,jf And when that team gets going let its foes beware, The Army gray must ever For Army lighters never know despair. O'er-the Navy blue be all supreme, And every loyal heart beneath the kaydet gray And the team that's going to score Is beating -for the team today. I Is tlhegeam fqorrlr-XI-Iudson's shore: Charm: I t's t e rave o d rmy team. CRah, Rahlj fRayl Rayll Ar-my! , Army, oh A1'my,- - Ray! Ray! Team! You're the proud defender of the kaydet gray, - . Break that Navy line in every play, ' Chorur: Win the Same ll0Cla,Y7 Weill swell the chorus i In the ATTHY Way- The team before us ' And AYFUY, Oh AUUY1- , That Army mule must win forever With a courage that w1ll never, never die, evepeveu SWCCP the N-QVY Off the llffld, Navy's goat will triumph. never. ' For yle know you never,y1eld, Navy, von never may be You re the Army-that s why. The equal of the team . V The Army sends to fight, fight, fight! Tzmf: "I Sent lVIy Wife to the Thousand Isles." HOORAH FOR THE ARBXIY TEAM We've all come down to New York town today, . Choluf' But not to Stay- Hoo-rah for the Army Team, I I Weive come to see that Blue line sag and sway, It rings from Manlla F0 Blame? And then give Wayr- And whether 1n blue or in kaydet gray, We've come on business as we always do. We 11 back that Old team 730 OUT dymg dal'- We'll get that Navy goat before we're through. Hoofah fof the AUUY TFQTU, Navy, we repeat, be prepared to meet The boast ,imd the Pflde of the COVPS, Your fate, five Straight- They fight today for the Black, Gold and Gray, I-Ioorah for the Team. , I ARMY VICTORY SONG Tune: "Got Two Years To Do It In." Your dreadnaughts all will be When the Army puts on steam At the bottom of the seag To the Nliddies it will seem For there's a mine in the Army line That the Kaydet gray has the right of way , That'll sink the whole Na-vey. O'er every Navy team. . ' No matter how they strive, -We'll eat them up alive- ' V Weill ,crawl their frame and take the game And then we'll make it Five. Tune: "Where Do We Go From Here." Fight team, fight team, - In the good old Army way. Y For you're the Army's one safe bet, ' .lust smash up every play. . Break their line and smear them up,' Roll the score way up. . Youlre the Army team, the fighting team, -The Black and the Gold and the Gray. .F .--.-:JA ' 1 1:-i .-.1.-1-:Tr'. g.':2g'-,. :ff-g..: .::,'.".2.,.:'g.:,-.1-,ina 5-3-2:2-.i :..a.',f:r,., ,- ,1rg'g:y::-1':,::- rt.-1:'+2.'::'-.f .-.-1 '14 three hundred thirty-Jive 'M W!'llI!E.QEeW2bWivEU".l Z5Q ' , f "1..f3 M-5NEAE,.E,fM,.I '1i? AA .5 H ,n .1 ,, rfiB2-'grfeaum-'W M IW M W W U1 . du WEST POINT NIGHT TONIGHT Bi Fight away, oh, ight away. L11 All you Army men in gray, M4 Go charging down the field. M A-smashing every play. U Through NaVy,s.l1ne, every tlme it Break away Wxth al! your mlght. !!!. No Navy in the world Can stop old Army's Fight! Fight! Fight! -P W ROCKET YELL LONG CORPS YELL W S-S-S-S-S Boom! Ah-h-11 Rah, Rah, Ray! U. S. M. A. Rah! Rah! Rah, Ray, Ray, U. S. M. A. Rah! Rah! Ho-o-rah! I-Io-o-rah! Ar-my! Rah! L: fm 1 ii .v 4 .1 West Point. West Point. ri Team! Team! Team! AR-MAY! HW Ra IR IR 1 y. ay. ay. V4, 15' Rah! Rah! Rah! Rah! Rah! Rah! Rah! SHORT CORPS YELL West Point! Ray! Ray! Ray! West Point! M Rah, Rah, Rah, Rah, Rah, Rah, Rah, West Point! West Point! Team! Team! Team! - iv- SPELL YELL -LONG ARMY YELL N-A-M-E Q!! A-r-my! A-r-my! A-r-my! Y -ea! Q51 Rah, Rah, Rah, Rah, Name! ! 1 U1 Rah, Rah, Rah, Rah, W Rah, Rah, Rah, Rah, M A-r-my! A-r-my! A-r-my! W4 Team! Team! Team! 1920 CLASS YELL army Army Army 1919 CLASS YELL Riiilriiiiiiiiiii Hoo Rahg Hoo Rahg I 9 2 O QW H00 Rays H00 RHYS Whistle-Boom gl!! Hoo Rahg Hoo Rahg 19205 19205 1920. Hoo Rayg Hoo Rayg I 9 I 9 Q-Q EJ-I .SE I ,M-I I A- 1921 CLASS YELL 9 9' 9 9' 9 9' I7!7hist1e-BOOM! C: RAH! RAI-I! RAH! RAH! ?5' ARMY YELL Army, Rah! Rah! Army, Rah! Rah! H' A-r-my! A-r-my! A-r-my! I-IU-rah! I-Iu-rah! Army rah! W Rah, Rah, Rah, Rah, Rah, Rah, Rah, I 9 2 I Army! A! W 'West Point! RAI-I! rah rah rah RAH! rah rah M Team! Team! 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I ' j - lfix EWR ' A 1 V M ' rf Xl . , 'V . E , ' ww 3 + 1 , lffA,-.QN iw X LW! ' , 1,4 mv Introduction O CUR readers: Greetings because they are customary, apologies because they are necessary, and an explanation because explanations are the best things to give. The following might have been funnier had we plagiarized more humorous contemporaneous publications. It might have been more interesting to our friends outside the Corps if the incidents recorded had been of a less local application, but we have striven to give a faint impression of the less serious side of cadet life- as seen from the inside. Use the dictionary in the back and translate our jests, wise and otherwise, and we think you will have an idea of the undercurrent of laughter that exists even in this most businesslike place, of the time-honored "grinds" peculiar to those of IQIQ who have heard them often, and of the type of event which when encountered in our routine-like life causes someone to say, "A typical West Point grind-put it in the HoWrTzER." lt is fitting to take this oppor- tunity to thank our many contributors both within and without the Corps for the timely support which made this department possible when Earlier Graduation found us with only a broken'Corona and three Sturgis Grinds as the nucleus of the Funny Section. From the day when We first saw our classmates assume the position of a peev- ish pouter pigeon in Beast Barracks and were asked, "Do you see anything funny, Mister?" we have seen much that might have been funny had we not known the following statement which was sure to come-"VVell, itis no grind for you li' As we take our places in the longline of those who went through it, too-we in turn will look back with a different perspective, and perhaps on re-reading these pages will say, "It is to laugh." Zfzwf hundred forty-four FIRST PRINCIPLES Your left is almost shot to-well Your center is a rout, Your right wing's but a rabble now You think there's no way out You're wavering and wondering, The river's at your back- Don't try defence-remember that. But if in doubt, attack! r You look at her: she looks at you A shy, appealing glance. Where have you met that maid before? A You must have had a dance! You wonder if she knows you still- Don't let her turn her back. Faint heart r1e'er won fair lady yet So if in doubt, attack! Your laundry bag is upside down: And strewn upon the floor Are shoes and books and chewing-gum, Ten cakes of soap or more. Your loeker's twisted out of line- Surrounding every crack Are fancy figures in the dust: Oh, if in doubt, a Tac! BY S. D. STURGIS, III WIELDERS OF THE QUILL INSIGNIA: Crossed pens. SECRET GRIP: Crossed fingers. PASS XIVORDZ HI saw him first." ' GRAND HAILING SIGN: "Speak softly and jab him in the back. ai , Pre5iden!.' I-IORR. BIQQUILL: Knight.. LITTLE QUILL? Timothy. .YEARLING QUILL! Godson. EXCEPTIONAL QUILL: "Did dowwwhereas should not have done s Tributes our society has received from the great or'near-great: CAPTAIN G.: You cadets want to get in the habit of reporting. NIAIOR S.: You guard detail go out and get some quill. LIFSEY: Donft skin majors-it isn't done. I GALLAGHER: I had a perfect right to skin him, I was O. G. "I gave it as my fixed opinion that but for the past master quills o-' '-Nfazlzewf. in the Class of 1919, the war for existence at West Point might and probably would have been a lot easier to bear, several more men xx ould have graduated than do so now and this without the loss of any efficiency in class or individuals." ANONYMOUS three hundred forly-jim: PorNTLEss TACS WITH CURIOUSLY FASHIONED WOODEN HEADS. H Captain G. knew that there were eight prisoners that day. When he saw nine start to march back from the mess-hall to camp,with the Guard, he called out, "Midster Oioncer of de Guard-I-Iold de Guard." Nfarching carefully down the line he counted "one, two, dreemkweight, Nine." "Are you a prisonerf' he asked indignantly of the ninth cadet. 'fYes, sir." The captain gasped, stuttered, then "March off the Guard," he said. The extra prisoner, who was getting back to camp to see a fair one, had not been the ninth man. He was the fifth. He Was never hived. The same luminary, after inspecting the zoth Div., got piping something and stopped in at "Gouchy,s" room on his way downstairs. He saw: three cadets visiting, four cadets smoking, two cadets in improper uniform, and all of them very much surprised. A great silence. Then, "Did I inspect dot room once?" he asked. K'Yes, sir," piped up the least dazed cadet. "O, dot's all rightJ" and he trudged calmly away. No one drew. It was junk Sunday. Wilson, C. B.'s, field equipment was carefully strewn on his table top for inspec- tion. Captain K. rushed in suddenly and did a leaning rest by the rocker, his eye glued on the vacant space. "Ah, ha, where is your field equipment?" "On the table, sirlv Mike was responsible for this one, too. 4'You're supposed to have three pairs of shoes, I see only one under your bed? "One pair's at the cadet-store, sir.', QAfter a pausej "Well, that's only two, Mr. ...... . ' CIn a meek voicej "I have one pair on, sir." This is the most famous remark of the current year, it caused: the distribution of 217 demerits, the busting of two makes, the blacklisting of one would-be author, apoplexy Cnot fatalj for one major. The utterance: FOUND-A unique collection of pointless tacs with curiously fashioned wooden heads, evidently antiques, as use is unknown. Apply at the guardhouse-Benj. IVI. THE LAUNDRY-BAG STORY CAPT. K.: You cadets are too prone to make unnecessary use of your laundry bags. Now, what have you in those six bags, Nfr. D-? D-: In the hrst, soiled clothes, sir. CAPT. K.: Yes, go on. D-: In the second, my clean laundry, not put away. In the third, my riding shoes, leggins, and a pair of skates. In the fourth, a bathrobe. In the fifth, my baseball uniform and shoes. CAPT. K.: And in the sixth, M1'. D? D-: In that one, sir, I have six other laundry bags. ' AT SANDY HOOK BEFORE HE GOT THE HOOK MAX: What would happen if that gun hit you, sir? CAP'rIi1N PYRITES: O, it would hurt you a lot. ANOTHER WOODEN CFD ORDER I. All members of the Second Class who did not draw field glasses yesterday will do so today. 2. This includes those cadets who were not read out yesterday. 3. Cadet Patterson will also draw glasses. BY ORD ER. flzree lmizdnfd forty-.fix IN THE SECTICIN ROOM IVIESICK fthe day we guessed what a dyne wasjz "A dyne is the potential force of a cubic centimeter." INSTRUCTOR: Is that right, Mr. Newland? NEWLAND: NO, sir, it's the force necessary to move a gram a second. Q J. YV. How about it, .IVIr. Irish? IRISH: Yes, sir, you would have to get another dyne for the next second. I'IUDSON Cin cavalry drill regsjz Night herding should be done in a nice shady place where the sun won't shineon them. DANDO Qin Phil-during the experiment with the Gravity Wagonl: Sir, is it possible to carry gravity in that little wagon? CAPTAIN TOMMY: How much is a litre, lVIr. Coray? " BULL: About three drinks, sir. FOSTER Qin cavalry drill regsjz To do column right, the leading four turns to the right, followed by the other fours. The number ones mark time. CLAY: Bichloride of mercury is the best known antidote for albumen poisoning. NIOLECULAR: O, I see-and if after eating an egg, you thought it was bad, what would you do? CLAY: Eat some I-IgCl2, sir. INSTRUCTOR: How much? CLAY: O, I'd keep on eating till I felt sure I was all right. JONES, E. RI.: An electroscope is to tell the scope of electricity. IXTIACREYNOLDS Qin written recitationj: May I erase, sir? hfIALONE Cin Phil sectionj: Mon capitaine, il ne manque personne. YOUNG, N. D. Cin Phil sectionjz Le valve Petot, Monsieur. INSTRUCTOR IN YIEARLING MATH: Can you give meian example of a hyperbolic paraboloid? SHRADER: Yes, sir, Captain Littlejohn's hat, sir. AT P. M. E. CAPTAIN CATrs: Which thumb does the bubble follow? ' DANDO: Well, if you move the Ascale around counterclockwise, that is, if you unclamp below, or er-turn the transitewell, I'm not quite sure, 'but I think it's the right thumb. - CAPTAIN C.: Oh, Mr. Dando. you are .vo wooden. CLoud laughter from Kelley, I-I. SJ. V V CAPTAIN CATTS Creproachfullyj: You needn't laugh, lVIr.lKelley, you're wooden, too. three hundred forty-raven The S. I. I I Now Tomlinson gave up the ghost in his house upon the hill, And a spirit came to his bedside and spiked him on a quill, A spirit spiked him on a quill and carried him far away Till he heard as the roar of the angry Corps the roar of the milky Way? , Till he heard the roar of the milky way die down and drone and cease, And they came to the gate within the wall where Peter holds the keys- "Stand up, stand up now, Tomlinson, and answer loud and high The good you did for the Corps of Cadets or ever you came to die." "Oh, I have a friend on earthi' said he, "a Major of Infantry, And were he here at I-Ieaven's gate, he,d answer up for mef' "Don't B-ache the skin on a friend, S. I.", the saint said with a smile, "But sound off loud what good you did-and raise your chest the While, , 1 Though we called your friend from his wafHe grid, he could not speak ' Q for you For the race is run by one and one and never by two and two." Then Tomlinson looked up and down and little gain was there For the naked stars grinned overhead and he saw that his soul was bare. 'tOh, this I wrote in the booki' said he, 'fadvised by my friend on the grid, And this, I thought, a cadet thought and I skinned him to see if he did-" "Get hence, get hence, the lord of wrong for doom has yet to run And the faith you like with Santchi and Mike uphold you, Tomlinson? i"'5f'f. an ,.. II The spirit gave the quill a twist, and sun by sun they fell Till they came to the belt of hard guy stars that rim the mouth of Hell. The wind that blows between the worlds it nipped him to the bone And he yearned for the flame of I-Iellgate there, as a Plebe would yearn for home. The Devil he sat behind the bars where the desperate legions drew, And he caught the hasting Tomlinson and would not let him through. "Wot ye the price of good pit coal, that I must pay," said he, 4'That ye rank yourself so Ht for I-Iell and ask no leave of me. Sit down, sit down upon the slag, and answer loud and high, The grudge you bore the hard-worked Corps or ever you came to die?" And Tomlinson looked up and down and saw beneath his feet The tummy of a tortured star, all growlied in the heat. "Oh, I quilled for button off overcoat as far as I could see, I quilled for a slouch, I quilled for a strut, I quilled for dignity. I quilled for cadets for sullen look, my meat was those who laughed And all the quill I got on the line was as naught to that on the stafff' The Devil he blew upon his nails and the little devils ran, And he said, NGO husk this delinquency list and bring me a soul if you canf' So they winnowed him out 'twixt planet and star and found a skin list edition So long it reached to the end of space, of quill entered on suspicion. And the Devil he bowed his head on his breast and rumbled deep and slow, "You must have striven sinfully to ever fall so low. Oh you are surely fit for Hell. Come in, come in," said he. "I'll make you an Inspector and second in rank to me." The author claims for this parody three merits, one, it is Kipling's 'tTomlinson,' nearly verbatim, two, the interpolated words are not believed to depart greatly from the light, romantic spirit of the Original, three, the denouement relies on surprise CFD for effect. Zhrer' hu1zd1'ed forty-fight Song Hits and Favorite B001-fs She is My LUlL1124.TI-I DIVISION OCTETTE. I'I2O Plus SO3 makes H2504-STUILGIS. O, O, How I IfVlSl1-'CfC.-CORPENING. I Kissed I-Ier 'Neath the BlIlStlCtOC."-SI-IAT'I'UCK. , How to Manage the hflodern IlVOIT1ElI11IlVILLIE, THE BoY TAC. Politics on a Short Scale-CILoUcII. Teas and TC21SII1g'.liEYVELS MILLER. The Modern DE1llCC1VIDAL. A Monograph on the Fourth Dimension-J. P. DEAN. Furlo', I Am Waiting For You-BENJY. 3' I y i 'I i ff A - W I-N11 X . 5' rid' tl it - ll ll i Judi A 1 I! M 7 gg in I I ,-. v ,Vg 1 ' 1 53' m e sam. .ui ' Electrical CA TRAGEDY IN THE 4TI-I SECTIONJ SCENE: A section-room-empty. The Coast Artillery Oflicer is smoking a skag. Enter, the section. Officer puts skag in ink-well. SECTION-BXIARCI-IERZ My lord, all but the absentees are present. DAVY: Sit down-any questions? IVIITCI-IELL, C. H.: Sir, what's the use of spec-ing this stuff, it only wastes a cadet's tune- we're going to graduate soon and- . DAVY: Mr. Ducrot, if you knew anything about anything, it might be a waste of time for you to study: go to the boards. CCadets write busily.j DAVY: I'll listen to you, Mr. Bell. BELL: Sir, I'll discuss the simple cell. The simple cell is a simple thing, it has two terminals and a plate-solution is poured into the cup and the juice starts here and Hows to here. DAVY: Is that all you know about the simple cell? . BELL: 'Why, sir, there's nothing more to know about it. ' DAVY: Don,t you know anything? Refer to your blackboard, 7 1 look at the subheads CCD and CDD. Bell's Board: THE SIMPLE CELL IEE ' A 24C CAD Leclanche Cell. CBD 2,700 volts. CCD No. CDD Nothing. PX, CM. 1 . . T Itchell drops a Iuler very noIsIly.D ' DAVY: hir. Mitchell, you'll be in a padded cell pretty soon, go to I ' .N- the board, I'l1 hear you. ff ,.-"'-'1"' , - MITCHELL: Sir, Fm required to discuss , . ciafkefs wet Cell. ' - ,ge ffv M" t N X , f X DAVY: Is that a Clarke-Mitchell Cell? .7355 N N X . XX , 7 Chiitch makes a' gallant but vain attempt to Igavi -- vi.. S Q ' L-f' I -T T recite.D -, in Qi ' L ff VH 1 ff- - DAVY: Mr. Underwood, what do you know? .. C23-55:4 we ii T A - -if UNDERWOOD: Sir,I cannot quite understand - .-'EQ ,if N X Q sg' TI, , when you use a crow-foot cell and let it stand it 3-' 'f -:- , x - X, .. lg- gets more voltage than before. M? 'Liz' DAVY: Oh, bourgeoise, you are one of those "iT people who don't know whethera doughnut gets 'ig-?"f?:f' F T-We if smaller or larger when you increase the size of the hole. Section dismissed. CSome days it's worse than thatj K. AP R., Cadet Sergt,, 2nd Class Un the S. O. G.'s bookj three hundred forty-ninf The Pack Train Story p .,ff'fl"2z9'9'f ' A 'Lgfifi ' "5-I 552:51 , ,. rf - as " ie 1 ,..a:1-2'11:2'2-3 ,, if ,L ..,:-1 ,...,.. me ' , QI . if A I ii 4. Q' . q"i' 11' SIM' lil : y f . 't"""13""' ..1g, Q . Q r, vm- :fi ,gffrl ... ,V , f f ri f .gs-r , in s-:gf " "wi Cfi l ' --Q The only survivor of the pack-train episode has kindly written it up in order that everyone may know the peculiar incident that aroused so much talk in the W'ar Department the summer of 1916. There were four of us-alas, that I should be the sole survivor. Ben-the hero of the a.air-has since been busted. Mr. Kimble, B. B., whose cavalry stance proclaimed him built for the branch of branches, has resigned. lVIr. Francis,j'.C. is dead. ButI came, I saw, and I now relate. Ben was up a tree, a tall tree. He was observing with Johnny YValker's glasses. He looked very im- pressive up there, a heroic figure against the setting sun. The enemy's camp was just over the rise, our troops had been closing in all day, and now wound past Ben's post, a long, weary, dusty line-but there was a Hush of victory on each face. Captain lfValker stood a little apart, one hand on his hip, the other shading his eyes. A slight frown wrinkled his brows.. "There is the brain which will guide us to glory," a Yearling whis- pered. But Captain Walker was Wondering whether Ben would drop his glasses. Ben sent a message. Mr. Francis carried it. He sent another. hir. Kimble carried it. He called out another. I was a Yearling corporal. Did I carry it? I didrft. It was lost in the shuflle. "Flock of birds rising from southeast enemy camp." W "Little dog barking furiously southeast their camp." "Some children run out of house and regard southeast of camp." "Cloud of dust southeast of camp." "Speed, Mr., speed! Present my compliments to Captain WValker and a PACK TRAIN IS LEAVING CAMP: A The Plebe departed in a cloud of dust, but soon returned a little depressed. 'fWell, what did he say, NIL?" "Captain Walker says, "D-N THE PACK TRAIN, NEVER MIND THE PACK TRAIN, SIR." PFPIOFPKPI' PFPIUK Plwliflon 1054 90? PFKSOF 'F is No, the glasses were not broken when he fell. BY BILL. WVhat animal puts on its shoes bqfore its trousers-wears handkerchief up its sleeve-uses wrist style of watch only-does not attach collar and cuffs to shirt-laces shoes up to but not including top hole? ANSWER: A cadet. Great mysteries cleared up by our detective bureau. 'Who posed as model for the following famous pictures-read and learn: September Mom-Goorsv XIVARD The Ten Darlings-OUR T. D. A 4th of july Parade-THE Conrs Shot at Sunrise-SOURBALD ISN No Mother to Guide Her-SMITH, P. W. The First IilSS+vlVILLIAM COOGAN A Skin You Love To TOuCl1-EDDIE SIBERT Washington Crossing the Delaware-THE GEN. three lLu11d1'ffl Jiffy " Thegfre All Ficlrle, Sir" There are femmes from Vassar and Wellesley, There are femmes from Long Island, too, There are femmes with affected French phrases, And femmes that can max Army Blue' But Will - 7 There are some you'd police to your roommate, Dozens youlve told that youlre true, But the femme you love most, Doesn't live on the Post, Her podunl: is your podunk, too. As a chin-squeezing Plehe you would answer, 'All Eckle but one, sirn and then Those spooning formations on lfurlough, That moon, that canoe, and that femme!! Now she smiles from the shelf of your locker When you open the door for a comb, - you'll do Parade-rest At command of Right Dress lvhen piping the femme from back home. Now your cadet soirees are most over And youlre honing the branch you prefer, You greet the mail-dragger with "Did IFN The blue-bordered one's alwavs from her. But some day you'll wake from your pipe dream And she, whom you'vc loved from afar write you "my friend- Our acquaintance must endg ' I've married a 'cit' with a car"l BY C. R. G., A SYMPATHETIC YQEARLING 1 -and W 1 f , -dndfe u eafdf ff-lf 0 a 4 a 0p,,,e,ffc 55 ,D 007409-- Wbeh you woke up,.fq7'Q XAXDXE 1 7 'X l 7'ee.,I7bf 173 djfdbbff c A fgebkg, 5, ,fqpw H3 ff Y Q - v 'any ff few day-S '5'4"'e' 15- E K ggi 4 Q r c g and jzkifi wr ffl n f -40 iffyisefas 0nvv4"usf'm. Q , ,Ln . , . H , - , 5 'Oh in wfesfbqg ' I 4 Jeff three lzundnfd jifty-om' Excerpts From the Camouflage A Parody. I don't like reveille IT'S so cold AND you always trip OVER your shoe-laces ON the stairs AND you canit find your place at first AND after you get there THE HELL-CATS play AND play AND your knees get Weak. OR ELSE you lean against the radiator IN the hall JUST a second AT the long roll AND they stop after about one bar OF Yankee Doodle AND you're late OR absent IF you don't Wake up YOUR voice AND sound OH. AND it's so far back to the room AND the heat isn't on AND the room is a mess AND you are the orderly. AND so, I don't like reveille. I thank you. Apologies to K. C. B. FROM BILL. PITTER PATTER BILL ENNIS: Now, you men will learn that your horses need their tails and manes. A horse with his mane cut and his tail bobbed is continually worried by Hies, and will not only become nervous but will lose a tremendous amount of Hesh. A horse needs his mane and tail! Why, when I came here I stopped the practice of cutting the tails and manes of these horses and let them grow. In six months, the horses in this battery alone had gained sixteen hundred and thirty-five pounds! PATERSON: Sir, wasn't that unusually heavy horsehair? Bill Barriger didn't have any more romance in him on Christmas leave than he had in Beast Bar- racks. When his tall, dreamy-eyed femme sat entranced by the mystic music of Rector's, Bill wanted her to come-to and start in on the eats. Touching her hand to Wake her up he murmured: "Will you have alittle shrimp?', "Ohl Bill," happily cooed the femme, uthis is so sudden!" P. I-Iolt's instructions had been duly impressed on the goats in Plebe English. Dumjohn was 2 tenths D and decided to make a strenuous effort. "A vivid beginning to the short storyi'-was what he needed. At last he evolved this: "Oh, hell I" said the Duchess who up to this time had taken no part in the conversation. HoL'r: When did you have that full dress-coat pressed, NIister? PLEBE: Never, sir! DADDY: Why not? VAN DE GRAAF: I didn't know how to take the buttons oii, sir! three hundred jifty-two Why the Sturgis Grind is Famous CSOME OF SAMlVIY'S VVORSTD - Did you hear that they were making the bottoms of the cups in the mess hall rough? Sure, you think you have sugar, see? ' The Yearlings didn't do well at semaphore, I guess the interest began to Hag. Did you hear what Nachman got skinned for? The Tac asked him if he swept under the bed, and he said yes. Well, sweep, into the hall next time said Waiclles, and he inspects our Div. next week, too! Pat. Tansey made a great speech at the Club last night, dIdn't he? VVhat about? Oh, he didII't say. Did you hear that the guardhouse clock struck at noon? Whassa grind? No grind at all, they had to lay off one of the hands. ' You had a funny dream last night, eh? Ha, ha, ha, I know you did. I saw you with her at the hop. HI no speak English very well. Kees me queeck, hold me tight, I love you-Damnll' Sam's two best jokes are Yingle Yingle and how Columbus discovered America, but he has these copy- righted and will not give us permission to print them here. On hearing that he was to get a special page in the HOW- ITZER, he rushed in the following gem: ST. PETER! I hear you are at war with the Germans ! NEW ARRIVAL! Yes. ST. PETER: What do they look like? ' VVhenever you hear Sammy sound off, you want to approach at top speed. Sometimes it's only a bum one like, "Was Ioan of Arc Noah's wife?',, but usually after the preparatory "Listen, kid, here's a good one," preparatory Swedish dialect stuff and preliminary tapping on your chest he springs one that will keep you laughing through your nineteenth confinement even if She is waiting for you with a twelve-pound box of chocolate eclairs. ' Submitted by Our Friends A g THE HIGH COST OF LIVING NELL: Eggs are getting so expensive that fried eggs will soon be used for hat-trimming. BELL: Why not, dearie? They always have been at VVest Point and the effect is very chic. SUBMITTED BY "SILVER SLIPPERSH THE CLINGING VINE ' Listen sisters to the plaint of a saddened amazon. Have you noticed it ain't us, men shower their kisses on? They don't like us independent, efficiency is' very fine, But to them the girl resplendent is the little clinging vine. I VVe should look at them in wonder, at every step invoke their aid, Squealing at each peal of thunder, at the lightning be dismayed. They'll take us swimming, sailing, riding-as palsand sisters we are ine, But soon they'll leave us on a siding to hitch up to a clinging vine., So put away the club and paddle, all the sports you used to love, Forsake the racquet and the saddle, try to be a cooing dove. Q You may miss your old time freedom, but for beaux you'll never pine, If you think youill really need them, be a clinging vine! ' SUBMITTED BY HCASEY, M." 23 Y' Ihref hundred fifty-three Official Extracts from the Skin List BAZAR-Refusing to eat at dinner after being ordered to do so. CATTE-In bed and apparently asleep at 3:45 P. M. BARDEN-Conduct to the prejudice of good order and discipline, throwing snowballs at Tactical Officer at about 4:35 P. M. - GREY-Cadet Sergeant in the U. S. C. C., Wearing to dinner on the 13th inst., and he having been a cadet sergeant for three months, whereas the cadet-store could have remedied same about 12:45 P. M., a chevronless dress-coat. HAZLEHURST:-Saluting ofHcer with hat on back of his head. KELLEY, H. S.-Pouring water on the head of another cadet at dinner. i KNIGHT"'ShHViHg during A. M. I. NEWLAND1WS3-TiHg socks in bed about I A. M. OLIPHANT-Lemon seeds on Hoor of bathroom at A. IW. I. RIVERS-'L3UHdFY bag hanging out of Window. SHERRILL-BOtl'1 elbows on table at dinner. UNUSUAL REPORTS CAEFEY-CSection-Marcher 'to O. DJ All right, sir. KRAMER-CReporting section to O. DJ Sir, Cadet Kramer is absent. CStraightening it out later in section-room to instructorj Sir, Cadet Kramer was late. NACHMAN-fIn Yearling CampD Turn out the Commandant of Cadets, the Guard. BURNS-Halt, look who's here! Qand Tommy was approaching his sentinel's postj. SMITH, P. W.-Sir, I'm unprepared on today's lessong it was of no interest to me. DEYLITZ-iiUSiUg radiator near table in mess-hall as an adjunct to cadet mess kitchen." DUMGUARD-Attempting to deceive ofHcer in charge by hiding plate containing food under the table. ' DUELICKET-Coat hangers in clothes press at A. M. I. BELLINGER-CIn Plebe lXIathj Being too late. DUMJOHN-Carelessly shooting and killing horse. DUMEUNNY: "Sending condemned sock to laundryf, FAMOUS UTTERAN CES WHISTLER: "If Silicon were a gas, I'd be a Major-Generalf' WAEELES: "If gas were Silicon, I'd be a millionaire." KELLEY, H. S.: "If it's all right for the Queen of Spain, itls all right for me. All right, sir." P. D. UHLI "O, Mr. So-and-so, donlt you know-P' IVI. GELAS: "Fours, count off, count odifi PERCY GREGORY: 4'Why did you do that?l' CoL. CARTER: "Take this block, brick, counterpoise, weight or whaznoi, etc." JONES, E. N.: 'iSome do and some don't." PATERSON: "Yes, he is coming back as an instructor. I saw the Academic Building on his collar." wiv: -vs saves, :Q-fa, 'Z7oTr1E'PAf:f" 7255" 'OLE' pm Av-nan up .sow raw ro., nr Mfr Aiwa? nauwffw' ' ,, flwv ' ' F Q-,tl X72 -1? lk f r '4 SP7 I I - -O V4 f ., - 45 A " . 77.2-: X -vig. vg --.Lf Z , F ' V-M ' . , I .. Q Tie' qi? ' Q 'W ANOTHER MILITARY SECRET Why do you cadets always say I'Hedge- hog" when an officer passes by? CONTRIBUTED UNINTENTIONALLY BY THE MUFELER. AT THE CLOTHING EXHIBITION BARRIGER: Sir, will you advise me which of these boots to buy? COL. COINER Qafter careful examinationj: Why, I'd get both if I were you, theyire a pair. KELLEY, H. S.: Sir, I'm going in the In- fantry-how many pairs of boots would you advise me to get? three lzzwzcirzd jiflyifour gg-, But- i..R-to tis, NO' R X at 1 5? L55 L Just- , xy I No. Once- NO. Pleasee- X-, x . i 1'1-- Lj-3 X xfxokawwffxfakaexwkfxak Qi ' - Henry, I thought cadets shaved every clay? IP CSTOLEN FROM 'Miss XD IVIEMBER or BEAST IDETAILIIQXIVBCTC are you from, Mr. Tye? CARROLL: Atlanta, sah! M. OF B. D.: Atlanta where? CARROLL: Good Lawd, sah, I thought ev'y one knew where Atlanta was. KNUDSEN Csticking his head into ..,... 's room as he returned from classj: "Has the tae?" CAPT. WALTHALL finspecting ...,.. 's roomj: ujust a minute, Mr. Knudsen, I'll be right up to your room in just a minute." Cadet'F. D. Coat thoughtlessly handed his cap and gloves to the 'gold man" when arriving at" Con- strained Positionsv quarters-dining out on the post. He was an hour late for the meal, incidentally. Later inspection of the delinquency list revealed this: HINDS: Absent at dinner. HINDS: Wearing exceedingly old hat at ofhcers' qtrs. HINDS: Wearing gloves marked "Evans" CAPT. CHAMBERLAIN: When are the lead horses W7 said to be immobile, Mr. Roemer? .M IN Bw' ROEMER: 'When they can't be taken apart, sir. . . J13'.lj. 'asa CAPT. CHAMBERLAIN: What command is necessary "' T' I . to complete the movement forward? I lm i 'I l - I .X if LIFSEY: Halt, sir. rw Em' f g CAPT. C.: Halt? Is that the whole command? ,, E m fc . dM1ll"f'.'llm RQ A i LIFSEY: No, sir. It is Halt, MARCH, sir. .all-ll-' all ,, Q BILL Cgoing on Xmas leavej: Well, Lucius, which - It '51 way are you going, old man-South? f ' .. X "IU Q LUCIUS Cwho will be here on the area throughout f ,?l I'1x f ' the holidaysj: Yes, Iill be going South half the time? ff M I I 7 V and you? 'A R Q' , ' I4 .. 5, I, - WHEN A CADET IS MENTIONED ' ' , I 4' W B Q A BRYN MAWR GIRL: '4Is he an Engineer?" l gr A VASSARINE: "Is he a Make?" l 1' ' - -J l A WELLESLEY GIRL: "Who is he, is hefronu'hody?', A u Z... A SMITH GIRL: "Where is he?l' ' ' l V'-M CWith apologies to Miss AJ ' ' three hundred fifty-Jive 'Av 4.,,. Komm Milf Uns-Xmas, 1917 SONG OF THE NAUGHTY TEN "Out of seven hundred cadets we are the chosen few Selected by the mighty T. D. to ill the Chaplain's empty pew. If you are turned out for Phil., or Chem., Cavalry Drill Regs. or tongue V of sweet France, A couple of nights of hard honing sets you free as Broadway's free lance, But if the Komm takes a fancy to you, a doomed man you are, Henceforth till Graduation good-bye to the Astor bar. But 'Cheer up, my lads' some will say, 'why not lie down on your bed Let thoughts of leave after graduation go floating through your head?' "The good old days are gone," is the answer "We are no longer carefree bucks, acting makes, sir. Although the chevrons we don't wear, all the work we do, Tops and Damages all in one and some of us captains, too. P. S. notes we daily receive from some Tac concerning morning report! The Komm is surely a Santa Claus, though to skin us is rather short. A Hellish way to pass these nine days when you think you ought to have done, But we are the naughty ten, so our only complaint is 'um-hum.' Have you heard of the naughty ten? Then read the song of Wang Ken. The Dirty Dozenls got nothing on us for we are the Naughty Tenlu POEME A LA CHINOISE Par Ken Wang Dedicated to B-agby, Grant, Odor, Hodges, Hanley, Jones, E. N., Clay, Smith, P.W., and Ward, C. S FA f' s y, 4 s ' x I TA? 'Sh A f X-.1 . .-1' . f 1,11 fl 1,11-. 'gf' . iv -thx six , X N. -. X- he A ,, T f XXX A N - " ,.- : 34? ,isa Here's to the femme who is happy and laughing i Hereis to the one who is modest and sweet, But she who has made the deepest impression ls the L. P. who stepped on our feet. zz Wm three hundred jiffy-fix REPRINTED FROM TI-IE I-IUNDREDTH NIGHT PROGRAM CENTER Hundredtb Digbt Entertainment R J i THE CLASS OF 1919 PRESENTS OW 2 i -9 ' 5 IT CAN T BE DONE 4 l Memorial Hall, West Point,.N. Y. ' ' FEBRUARY 23, 1918 Do Il0t detach E Evening Performance at 8:30 o'clock The above joke has been submitted by two Tacs, nineteen cadets, and 901 femmes. Outside of the fact that it wasn't funny, it's a cold max as a jest-a typical example of a 'LWest Point grind." It Canpt Be Done! - En.: He , Phil, run u the curtain. . V , P . . . . , . . PHIL. "4"'h'3""'i":kCyou know how hard Phil 1S somctlmesiz Nix, I m a comedian, not a squirrel. WHY DIE IN BED? l 1 Come to usg we teach you to wear boots and die in the tan bark. The facilities of our establishment, the largest in the world, are un- fair? excelled. Three Chief Undertakersg a crowd of creped attendantsg - a menagerie of untamcd man-eatersg together with an unequaled " X 25- assortment of hurdles and screens. wa .- ' f Can you take a hurdle on one stirrup? Can you dismount from M '24 ' , '7f"5 the extended gallop on your pussg Can you francis? Can you place t 92919 J Eg .1 gjgzilap yourself accurately under a frantic horse? Can you stop a wild kick - ' I with a chosen portion of your anatomy? Do you know the hard U spots in the side-walls? Let us teach youl A private corner to die in, a special ambulance to remove your remains. QUICK, PAINFUL, SUDDEN, SURE Again we reiterate: Why die in bed? , NOTICE: The management requests that all prospective customers wear sabers, as they do ro A if ' ff.Y'lT3a - " ?f-l .. -' eaaaa -we grace a corpse. 1 THE WELL-KNQWN TRAINERS. I fi i n I ' ixxszcif - f M--A o l . y IIIIIIIII IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHIIIIIIIIIII liulmnnnmmnumluuuniulmummmmlummlnmlmlunlillunlmllluuuluuuullylmuiilmlnnlnulmll KK . . X. , g T I G J Qi O I I Haj. Q r 6 Z 4 A ii. a. ll ' A Z si I M - -- . I A 3 ua .,J..11-.fi -V ' T- - ihree hu mired fifty-.raven THE PHILOSOPHERS OR WHAT NOT CGuess what four great men we quote belowl 1 CID. You men ought to be ashamed to take the government's money. Don't you know anything about the subject? Now there's 46,000 ft. lbsl doesnlt that look familiar. Don't be afraid to remember what part ofthe page these things occurred on. And use your slide rules. Where is yours, Mr. Sturgis- you'd leave your head behind if it wasn't buttoned on. Thection Dithmithed. Czj. A submarine weighs mg kilometers. It has the shape e-log I-IZSO4:X and coeificient of friction is 048574. If the powder charge of 100 dynes has a velocity of 500 grams per erg and the empiri- cal formula follows the line of greatest stress, what kind of sauce will the Kaiser have on his Thanks- giving turkey? Integration not required. Assume FIMA. Graphical solution accepted. Cgl. How many times have I told you cadets to put all your work on the board and not just the answers. Now you, Mr. Ward, you have nothing to show how you got that result. If it is right, I will give you a 3 point 05 if it is wrong you get a "Zero point Zeron-let's see. Yours appears to be wrong. C4j. Why, it's just got-to be. Can't you see that? Oh! No, I mean it's not! cos not, cos not, that can't be so. Why, Mr. Tye, you haven't a thing right in your ligue. I'll hear you Mistoo- INSTRUCTOR Cafter studying Colwell's drawing from several angles and failing to find anything right on itj: Didn't I see you wearing stars on your collar the other day, Mr. Colwell? MR. COLWELL: Yes, sir. INST.: How do you do it? I-Iow to be a Giant in Health, Energy and Mind. CONSCIOUS EXTENSION N0 Drugs or Medicines A Startling Booklet, free. "How to give Infantry Commands." Out Motto: "A clean shoe never decays." Svvaboda Willie. FILES: Well, I saved 510.00 on my equipment fund today. SMILES: Buying What? J '-IH m m F5 F! SQ F1 '-I 3,1 .. W SR H -4 Q 2 F7 E 'TQ . - EJ I I . - ff-,44i as -Q l . a fi? 1 Afyl 4 '. gn rf'3,,:1:g..4, f ,ljgii 4 I ' l. m ll , I l-4'l""'li . J.. Z ,fel "1 -- og io, I' l I 2 Q if 5 Z T' ' T 4' -Ti gif I. IAF-:J-, 4, 43 E, Q ,,..L,-1 TTA? "ax mf 5, - - Left fzarffr' me lf- ii4Plfl'lfQ'I ITAT c . lu llt il, "e. fl! All three hundred fifty-eight A QUESTION AS YET UNANSWERED .A Who made the STUNG sign that Kelly found up in the chimney? The "Log,' published it. Then Tye cut it out and posted it in the ISI Class Club-and the poor files who stayed here Christmas signed up thereon. Do you remember that happy CFD evening in the Club? ' Detachment of New 'Cadets f.f,ZAa.J: if 1 1 W J west Point, N. Y., u1g,,o!9.,,.,,a ' M i I! ' Ygfggag 1 june 24, 1917. , L" ,zur M . d ' C li 1- vw.-+1 fm0fz2.m,iz:,..W:y l p umm: mr . f fyllrii P-namgsw l if NN ' xmas- On the walk this P. M., 3, , gig I Q TZ' New Cadets will have pointed W . I ,lu "n,. . tlfllif.i.. ' ., Nl -J out to .them the .following LU , 4 ' Z ,l J. 1 -...N ,cf places with' the routes thereto f f f fi !1QQ,Qf',E v ' I RQ from Camp: 'Target Range, u 1 , . N 1, 0517 l f! I , f 1 Engineer Garden, Cadet Chap- ' ' W ' l fi- l' ' li el, Fort Putnam, Observatory, g,, g ,l, ' ""au'-H1f""'H '111'ffl'l'1f""""- I i 6 Redoubts NOS. 7 and S, Artil- J hs lrillllx gll X ' "' ' l 14 ,',,f,,,,,,,94 lery and Cavalry Barracks and A541111 i, f,..,gg1S'lQ " 1 X ,, l ' -,ii . Stables and Riding Hall. MDM' 1. :IL W, 15' y l 1 ' , The walk wiu be for in- Q- 3g1l.jl,5yi. QUYQGQ - l if ' Q X 4 I 'K g f struction and not as a means of al, 1 l i mi.-A Y I W ' I V obtaining enforced exercise. IQ, ' Mi i I By order, Captain Thomlinson, ,. .- V. 4'f4..- , ' - 'f ' W. H. WILBUR, dl 'K' t is L WhafM'g11f ff . Ist Lieutenant Infantry Qt.,--rv -,R . Have Been ' Adjutant- LJ Wg A , i'LZlj West Point, N. Y. FROM: Cadet Sergt. Roland M. Gray, Co. A, znd Class. TO: The Commandant of Cadets. Ian. 16, 1918. Subject: Explanation of Report: "Two mirrors in room, contrary to Par. 487, Regs. U. S. M. A. 1. The report is correct. 2. I have been permitted to have two mirrors in my room for about a year Cexclusive of time on Furlo or in campj. Due to my extreme height, a single mirror is scarcely adequate, especially' when placed on the mantelpiece. ROLAND' M. GRAY. THE LATE , ' The long expected letter. The hasty opening. . The feet on the desk. UFIRST CALL FOR DINNER, SIR! UNIFORM, BLOUSES, SIRIU The vacant look. The little postscript. The wife's exit. The re-reading.. . The complacent sigh. The scampering feet. "HALF A MINUTE TILL ASSEMBLY, SIR!" The sudden awakening. The misplaced cap. The lost cuff. I The stubborn button. ' The wild run. X "ASSEMBLY, SIRI" The sneak into the file-closers. 1 The cautious look around. l The oblivious O. C. A 1 The busy O. D. ., The piping K. O. - I The sigh of relief-"Not hived." l - Gig list next day: CAFFEY-Late at dinner formation. Billf , ihref hundred fifty-nine Our Dictionary A. B. n. Area Bird-one who walks the area regularly. Augustine n. A cadet who entered in August. B. A. n. Busted aristocrat, a cadet oiiicer reduced to the ranks. B-ache n. An oflicial explanation of a report- written. D0. v. To explain, talk, converse. Beast n. A new cadet during the first few Weeks at West Point. ---Barracks n. Period of time during which a cadet is a beast. Bird n. Csee A. BJ Une who walks in the Com's front yard on holidays. B. J. adj. Before june. Applied to a 4th Class- man who is impertinent. Black Book n. Regulations U. S. M. A. A resume of romf of the things a cadet may not do Without being skinned. Blase adj. Indiiferent. CSee B.J.j Blind adj. Complete. Bone v. To study, to strive for something. --checkbook :to be economical, Wear pajamas in day time, etc. - --dis. :to observe regulations carefully, run preveis at reveille. --files :to strive for class standing, try to rank high enough to get the' branch of your choice. --makezto work for chevrons. --muck :to endeavor to improve physically- to be energetic in the gymnasium. Boodle n. Contraband, usually eatables. B00dler'S n. The confectioner's. Headquarters of the Dirty Dozen and rendezvous of the Dyspeptics Club. Everything to eat but food. Bootlick n. A "stand in". v. 1. To curry favor. 2. To praise. Bootlick Alley n. The street in front of the cadet officers' tents in camp. Oli limits to Plebes except when reporting there. Brace n. I. To assume a ver ri id militar .A n Y 8 Y position. 2. To cause another to assume such a position. B. S. n. I. Loquaciousness. 2. The English Course CBritish Sciencej. B. S. v. To be talkative. Buck n. 1. A cadet private. 2. An enlisted man in the army. Bugle v. To stand at the blackboard in order to escape reciting, usually accompanied by sharpening chalk and shifting weight from foot to foot. Not done after 3rd Class year. Bust v. To reduce a cadet oiiicer to the ranks. Butt n. The remainder of something-as: I. Remnant ofacigarette. 2. Last days of a month. Cit n. A civilian. Cits. n. Civilian clothing. Clean Sleeve n. Cadet private who has never had higher rank. Cold adj. or adv. Complete, absolutely. EX: Bellinger is a cold spec. Com. n. Commandant of Cadets. Con. n. Confinement Cserved by Cadet ofiicers and non-comsl. Corp. n. Corporal. Crawl v. To correct severely-to correct a Plebe's position. Crawling n. A rebuke. Deadbeat n. 1. An easy job. 2, One who "deadbeats". 3. CP. M. EQ. Deadbeat v. To avoid some duty. Dis. n. Discipline. Dissy a. Having few demerits. Div. n. A division C16 rooms in sets of 4 per lioor in barracksj. Drag v. I. To escort a lady. 2. To pull some- one out of bed. 3. To pull oli a pair of white trousers. 4. To clean the Co. street. 5. To put someone under the hydrant Qpomade, shoe polish, etc., sometimes added in the case of a Yearling Corporalj. 6. QSee boot- lick.j D. T. n. Double time. Doughboys n. Infantry. Dllcrot Cdu crowj. I. Anything the name of which is forgotten or unimportant. 2. Ap- plied to Plebes Calso Dumjohn, Duflicket, etc.j. 3. General aids to a deficient vocabu- lary. Femme n. Member ofthe fair sex. Fess v. To fail. n. Afailure. File n. I. A member of the male sex. 2. One grade in rank. three hmzdrfd rixly Find v. To find deficient and discharge from the Academy. Fore n. liVarning signal Cas at golfj. Flirtation n. Flirtation Walk. Path along the river which circles camp. Formation n. Any military function or social gathering. Fried Egg n. The U. S. M. A. crest used on cap and full dress hat. Goat n. hdan near the bottom of the class in any subject. The Goats n. Last section, also "lmmortals". Gig v. To report for a delinquency. n. A report. Gig List n. Delinquency list. Grind n. I. joke. 2. Something supposed to be a joke Csee dragl. Gross a. Lacking in intelligence. Growley n. Tomato catsup. v. To blush. Gum v. To make a mistake fsee tie upl. Gumstick n. One who makes mistakes often. Hell Cats n. U. S. hd. A. Detachment of Field hilusic fdrum and lifej. Hell Dodgers n. Active members of the Y. Xl. C. A. ' Hive v. To understand. Hivey a. Smart, clever. Ignorance and Gummery 'n. Ordnance and Gunnery. Juliet n. A cadet who entered in July. Laundry Spike n. I. Very long, uncomfortable pin fused in laundryj. 2. Employee in the laundry. ' L. P. adj. Undesirable. n. Undesirable person. Make n. Cadet officer. Max n. A perfect mark. -IOOLZ7. C3.o in aca- demic work.j - - Missouri National n. A tune supposed to bring rain. , Muck n. Muscl.e. O. C. n. Ofhcer in Charge. CAn Army ofiicerj O. D. n. Ofhcer of the Day. CA cadet officer-.J O. G. n. cadet Officer of the Guard CSenior O. G., a sergeantj. Uunior O. G., Ist class privatej. -oid A sudix. Examples: Ridoid-one pro- ficient at riding. Spoonoid-one socially inclined. Hopoid-one who .attends hops. P. n. A professor. P. C. S. n. Previous condition of servitude, 1. e., occupation. P. D. n. Pennsylvania Dutchman.. Pipe v. To anticipate. To build castles in the airg day dream. , Plebe n. 4th Classman, VEB nothingg less than nothing. Plebe Bible n. The Y. lvl. C. A. Handbook. P. M. E. n. Clmjpractical Military Engineer- ing. 2. Lunch. The bologna sandwich, and pickles eaten while running. Podunk n. 1. A cadet's home town. 2. Any small town. 3. Any local newspaper. Police v. ,1. To discard. 2. To throw from a horse's back. 3. To clean up. - Policeing n. 1. Transferin academic work. 2. A fall at riding. Poop v. To memorize verbatim to spec. 1. Material to be memorized. 2. One who memorizes. Poop Deck n. The balcony of the So. Cadet Guardhouse-used by O. C. V Pred. n. Predecessor. Cadet last previously appointed from one's district. Prevei n. To run a prevei-to be early. An early arrival-to arrive at any formation for as- sembly, at least. Plebeskin n. I. A flannel blouse issued to new cadets. 2. A report for hazing. P. S. To escort friends. Quill n. I. One who sees his duty and overdoes it. 2. A report. ' Recognize v. To admit a 4th Classman to your acquaintance. ' - Recognition n. The admission of the Plebe class to upper class status. Rainbow Div. n. The Staff. Run-it-on v. To take advantage of. Sept. n. A cadet who entered in September. Scavenge v. To acquire cast off objects some- , one has thrown away. Skin' v. and n. CSee gig and quill 2.l Skin List n. iCSee gig list.j Slug n. I. A very disagreeable duty. 2. A special award of punishment awarded for causing a cadet to wiggle ears, etc. Soiree n. A disagreeable task, see Guard. v. To give inconvenience or annoyance. Spec n. v. CSee poop.D One who poops. Spoon v. To escort, amuse or converse with friends., Knot necessarily sentimentallyj three humired fixly-one Spoon Up v. To clean up-put in order. Spoony a. Neat, clean, attractive. Step Out v. To hurry. Sound OH' n. A loud voice. Sound Off v. To bellow. Sub-div. n. 1. A subdivision of barracks, i. e., top two or bottom two Hoors of a division. 2. The cadet in charge of same. Supe n. .The Superintendent. Tac. n. A tactical officer, one of the Powers That Be. , Tarbucket n. Full dress hat. T. D. n. Department of Tactics. Tenth n. Smallest division of marking C30 tenths:3 units:I max. except in chem dept., where max is 2.0 for a goatj. Tie Up v. To get things mixed up. Turnback n. A cadet who has been turned back to join next class. Walri n. One not qualified in swimming. Writ n. A Written review recitation. Yearling n. A 3rd Classman, i. e., sophomore. King of the earth, a 4th Classman of more than I2 mo. standing, one who has tempo- rarily so forgotten his environment as to appear happy, see B. J. lf .qglllg Ki i XM X ' Q at hi i,V',ff1il' New ' M xk Y Ji. X lllvs. QM--.33 -1 ill 1 "'x Q ii ll, y, Tg'T"'-:ills - ill iff., all W llli lf' l ll Q a.1,5iL p u us if :': H 9 three hundrsd .rixly-1200 THE HOWITZER ADVERTISER TIFFANY S1 Co. JEWELRY, WATCHES, EMBLEM RINGS AND PINS, TROPHIES STATIONERY, DIRIIINIAS EIC. 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HORSTMANN COMPANY PHILADELPHIA NEVV YORK 68 VVhen Writing to ad t' pl ltion rrHE HOWITZER 1919 THE HOWITZER ADVERTISER Henry V.A11ien 86 C0 Successors to HORSTMANN BRQS..8c ALLIEN 1---Makers 0 Army Equipments e"TI-IAT HAVE STOGD THE TEST SINCE 1815', Q Q ' x Q X 65? ei' W. 1 ig 1-1- , 4 6' K ui: J is Q-1 fifx Q 734 BROHADVVAY, NEW YORK When Writing to advertisers, please mention THE HQWITZBR Famous Bits for Plebes to Spec "If the fresh skin of an animal, cleaned and divested of hair, fat, and other extraneous matter, be immersed in a dilute solution of tannic acid, a chemical combination ensues, the gelatinous tissue of the skin is converted into a non-pu- trescible substance, impervious to and insoluble in water, this is leather."-Tillman "The boat reappearedg but brother and sister had gone down in an embrace never to be parted, living through again in one supreme moment the days when they had clasped their little hands in love and roamed the daisied fields together." -George Eliot CThe most thrillingly pathetic passage in English literature according to the Depart- ment of Englishj TI-IE MISSOURI NATIONAL Oh, I have the hardest luck Of any of the "AU Co. bucks, Every time I pray for rain, The doggone sun comes out again. "I give it as my fixed opinion that, but for our graduated cadets, the war between the United States and Mexico might, and probably would, have lasted some four or five years, with, in its first half, more defeats than victories falling to our share, whereas, in less than two campaigns, we conquered a great country and a peace, without the loss of a single battle or skirmish.7'-Winjield Scott TI-IE DAILY GREETING "Tuesday, November fourth, sir. Three days till the next hop, sir. Twenty- one days till TI-IEN, sir Cwhen she is coming upj. Twenty-four days till the Navy Game, sir. Forty-eight days till Christmas leave, sir. Two hundred eight days till June, sir. Two hundred nineteen days till Graduation and Eurlough, sir." "How many days till the sun disappears, NIL DumgardF" "Eight days till the sun disappears, sir." Plebes are practiced in the art of spec-ing in order that they may later max such writ questions as: CNote that these are bone fide extracts from exams.j What should be done whenever possible? If. S. R. 310. Whenever possible, troops should be supplied with fresh beef. Draw a figure to scale, showing all dimensions and naming every point, line, surface, and solid, of the typical permanent fortification of the second period. Give date of use and character of weapons against which it was effective Ceighty-four parts to answerj. "Simple, simple, nothing but the summation of an infinite number of infini- tesimal parallelopipedonsf' The President is what? The President is responsible. Zhrfe hundred fevemy THE HOWITZER ADVERTISER THE SCRIVEN UNDERWEAR has every good feature to recommend it and IS GUARANTEED The Material and Worhntanshlp are ofthe Best- No RIPPING or TEARING, as the INSERTION gives at just the right time and place, thus taking the strain from the body of the garment. 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B R eY01Vers b V GOVQIYIIZZGE i 251' M Automatic Pisto . ls AuT0ma'flC Machine Guns N the Battlefield -In the Preservation of Law and Order-The Protection of Home and Country - Whenever and Wherever armies or in- dividuals have had to enforce right with might -COLT'S FIREARMS have been creating, building and maintaining a reputation for merit, efficiency and reliability that has resulted in a position of unquestioned superiority. You make no mistake when you follow the Governmenfs example and adopt COLT'S for YOUR Firearm needs. ILLUSTIQITED CATALOG MAILED FREE ON REQUEST COLT'S PATENT FIREARMS MFG. CO. HARTFORD, coNN. 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D. never trusted him with a make. But chiefly because he has suddenly developed into a four-Ways- from-the Jack, all-American, cross-country quillg and has made his motto: "Certainly I reported that cadet, he was smiling and looked as if he was happyfl G'H'MN VVearing hat in cavalry manner at infantry drill. G'Wf""fN Talking to attractive 'ounff lad at visitors' seats. as 5 as Y VVe nominate for the Hall of Fame: lVIajor S, U. S. Infantry. Because he took a leading part in the class ring fiasco. Because he invented several new ways of inspecting a room and did not let cus- tom or tradition stand in his Way. Because he skins on suspicion as far as a good pair of eyes will let him. Because he is enthusiastically anti-Cavalry. Because he has a line for every occasion and a sense of humor. But chieHy because he is a genuine hard guy whose efforts to establish a reign of terror have been uniformly successful. Sturwl' Talking to a group of ladies near Academic Building. Sturbkm' Visiting at his own table in the mess-hall. fxfxfifi f N ' - B ,mf if ' ,.., ,.,. W T, Agf a-PA llllg ' a e g1,.N4Q,Q Y - i lllllllvlll - H I g 5- -H iw, 'I . .. , U -0 ll .2 ' 4 X ? fx Wt .6 i -, Xi- v rw x-1-fa te A Lili! ...TSN .4 J 'fe "' r A rf we at We nominate for the Hall of Fame: Nlajor Pancake, U. S. Infantry, because he was the woodenest man in his class and never conceals the fact. Because he is the originator of the "oh, do it over again" drill, and has made everyone bone up his job as never before. Because he likes to see a name card over each bed, alcove hook, equipment peg, window, pair of shoes, electric light, and would permit one over each book if you had enough to go around. But chiefly because he runs things as they used to be run in the good old days, takes it for granted a cadet is wooden, and is the most complete explanatory con- versationalist West Point has ever seen. TMMMX Roommate's locker doors closed at A. M. I. Dust on shoes up chimney at A. M. I. TIHMM Shoes not properly aligned at A. M. I. T"',p'd':':'ka': Room not properly prepared for A. M. I. ' 'Twill do you no good to B-ache or curse, You're a gigged Oiseau if youlve got a reverse. And these love to write a particular name, So We nominate them for the old Hall of Fame. thru' hundred eighty-fozu' THE HOWITZER ADVERTISER T he Iclectl Lecttlzet Leggtng MADE IN. ALL STYLES AND or VARIGUS I .1 5 K1NDs OF LEATHER. Pigskin, Cordofzicm, Calfslein, Cofwhicle, Etc. oUR LEGGINGS ARE UNEXCELLED IN 4e QUALITY, FIT, DURABILITY AND fl '1'. ELEGANCE ' The Firth Style Legging Is Used ' ": I "l" 31" Extensively By Military Officers For Dress Purposes. It Is ' Attractive and Comfortable. ' at 'tll 1 'V' Y - ' I SINGLE STRAP. The Single Strap Legging Is Used By Officers For Field Service, ,Is Very Easily Adjusted 'yey , And At All Times Gives Satisfaction. Mz'!z'tary Belts, I7z.fz'gnz'a5, Etc. - Special Prices Quoted to-Mz'lz'ta,ry Aciademies 'lf' ' Waldron E? 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LONDON OFFICE: NEW YORK OFFICE: 25 VICTORIA ST., S.W.I. 111 BROADWAY Hovvitzer and Field Gun Equipments Naval and Coast Defence Guns and Mounts TURRETS FORGINGS ARMOR PLATES CASTINGS PROJECTILES SI-IAFTING FUSES RAILS CARTRIDGE CASES STRUCTURAL STEEL When writing to aclvertisers, please mention THE HOWITZER 1 A compound that will remove the residue of any high power powder, including THE HOWITZER ADVERTISER Used by Uncle Samfv Expert Rzflemen Hgppelg Nitro Powder Solvent 0, 9 W For Cleanivlzg H igh Power CSpringflelclj Rzjles, Shot Guns, Revolvers and Fire Arms of all kinds , A xxx llwurr. serv rl NO 9 .' 1. H ' 1 ll' ll ,, .ll M' ETQE Z P S fi 4- in 't'mr. :' r'ln"' 'Mull A .-muff' Black Powder. lt will prevent Rusting and Pitting in any climate. il This compound will neutralize any residue, loosen metal fouling and leading that may be left in the barrel after cleaning. The only solvent that will remove Rust, Metal Fouling and Leading. For cleaning .22 cal. 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LOOK FOR RED THE DIAMOND Mz7z'Zary Boots ana' Shoes for Dress ana' Service Cz'w7z'an Shoes for Men, Ladies' T azlorea' Boots THE STETSON SHOPS 5 East 42Dd Street i 143 Broadway NEW YORK Factory at South Wveynzonth, Mass. 'When Writing to advertisers, please mention THE HOXX'ITZER THE HOWITZER ADVERTISER Where QUALITY, STYLE and WORKMANSHIP Count CL We solicit your order for BOOTS and LEATHER PUTTEE LEGGINGS. . Twenty-five years' continuous business, making BOOTS forthe U. S. ARMY OFFICERS, We believe is a recommend- ation worthy of your consideration. A squaredeal is assured you. :: zz : TEITZEL, JONES 81 DEHNER MAKERS OF QUALITY BOOTS WICHITA KANSAS A ' ' A Aw V E A Rfanufacturers of TRUNKS Q -and LEATHER GOODS ' for i Military 4 Officers' Use NEWARK ' TRUNK ooMPANY II WEST'42d STREET - r LNEW YORK CITY When writing to advertisers, please mention THE HOWITZER 389 THE HOWITZER ADVERTISER 5 "K ' 1 afgllf ' '- ..f..,..,,:.-w s.. ' W W ' ' 'IT I ""' ix agar:-: ' :ks XJ!-'Q 5 9 aw . -. :l ..::-f'-.-.- .1 gg.-.X Y J K. 8: E. SURVEYING INSTRUMENTS Transits, Levels, Tapes, Rods, are the recognized standard in all branches of the Engineering Profession. The excellence of their design and construction insures accuracy and reliability under all Conditions of use. Conrail Our Catalogue. A KEUFFEL 8a ESSER CO. A AZ'H7YOR,CZ?7Fu1f0n St Ge1l21'a10.3'z.'e A1-u91U5cz'ar1bs, HUBOUMN J: CIUCAG 0 STILOUIS SAN FRANCISCO MONTREAL 516 " 20 S. Dzarb urn Sf. 817 Locust Si. 30'3'1: Second Si. 5Noi:reDameSifW Drawinglvlaterials A l"la1l1emaTicalandS1u'veyi11QI11s1rumertlS AI"leasLu'inQTnpes Established 1855 CHAS. P. ROGERS 31 CO. 14-16 East 33rd Street New York M anufacturerf of FINE BEDDING, SPRING BEDS, COUCHES AND DAVENPORTS, BRASS AND IRON BEDSTEADS DOWN QUILTS CUSHIONS, ETC. Factory, 517-523 West 29th Street New York VVhen Writing to advertisers, please mention THE HOXVITZER THE HOWIT7ER ADVERTISER 9 , Q q -NGNE BETTER ABE-' I STYLEMQUALITYMSERVICE The Wearer of a YOUNG'S HAT gets all three. "Young's Hats are as good as they look". GEORGE S. WALLEN 81 CQ. FINE COFFEES 90 Water Street' New York City When writing to ad pl THE HOWITZER THE HOWITZER ADVERTISER For a man in the Service, or from a man in the Service Service Chocolates HIC su rely Wel- come D eli- c i 0 u s choco- la t e s packed a distinc- t i v e b o X vvithapock- e t - S iz e d bookof standard literature. Af suitable souvenir of the Service One Size-One Pound-One Dollar Stephen F. Whitman O11 Sale al l 81 Son, Inc. l the Army Jlleff Philadelphia, U. S. A. I Q eff- I All Kinds of Lawn Mo 'e s- HAND, HORSE and Mdiioiz Ili fh ere labor N :VQ -'Ti a ia e za our I or g y ' XX 72 ez gh borlz o od? L Q- ' .111 Wh not use one , ' V , 2:5 . Y K of our small "walk it if 1- -' type H 1'DOt0f lawn h L ' i1lOWC1'S, ELS S OWU ' ' in the pictu re? ' i"'i A Well-kept lawn needs frequent rolling as Well as cutting. Tlzix machine doe: both. CATALOGUE ON REQUEST ,COLDWELL LAWN MOWER CO. NEWBURGH, NEW YORK 9 When writing to advertisers, please mention THE HONXVITZER N 'V THE HOWITZER ADVERTISER , . THERE IS AN lnrfnnmlunn. lnTERnATlonALHEArER BOILERSF-FIIRIIACES A 1' FOR EVERY NEED iw 9'1" -91-i..5? I at the jgn of good heating S manufacturers of one of the most extensive lines of heating apparatus in America, We are prepared to furnish equipment for all sizes and types of buildings. ' We make Steam and Hot Vi-later Boilers, Hot' Water Supply Boilers, lN7arm Air Furnaces, Onepipe Heaters and Room Heaters in a wide range of styles and sizes. A Send for Catalogs INTERNATIONAL Hefrrerz COMPANY .Main Oiiice and Factory UTICA, NEW YORK Branch Warehouses-New York Chicago Nashua, N. H. 2 fa ? 2 9 1' ffffgfif Qgf ffffmi ffugrfffaf' 'fa' A fi if W ,Q Q1 4 ran-W as - W ,Qvf X .. ' '1 Va' - , V W af ' V,,. ,,,11, ,I ,, f 1 Xw1'Yo" ' wr-'HW 24 2' -1 5 , f ' D gaauhyff Ma? fafffi f Z ff J 10 JO EPH CIPOLARI, Successorio J. G. TELEPHONE MAIN 2202 'Umforms and Cz"vz7z'cz1z Dram' A I , 826 Connecticut Ave., Washington, D. C. When Writing to advertisers, please mention THE HOWITZER THE HOWITZER ADVERTISER The Solemn Business of War IZLBEFORE you enter into active service in the solemn business of war, put your personal affairs in order. Arrange with us now to take care of all your finan- cial interests. Do not neglect to make your will and name this Company as your Executor and Trustee, so that your family or other heirs may have the protection of our invaluable and money-saving service. Washington Loan and Trust Co. Capital, ,SI,OO0,000.00 WASHINGTON, D. C. JOHN B. LARNER, Pres. Write for booklet HWHO VVILL BE YOUR HEIR? " .f l gf ,H Q y, 7 as T W 69 far 2 M R'5"x'l xQ I X .9 gl' rf ' f I , . In time, oioficers are going to compare notes. They're going to sum up the "wear and tear," and see whose uniform gave the most service. Weire not afraid of what they'll say about ours. Fabrics, all-wool, tailoring, the very best. "Westpointer" shoes-the Inst officially approved for West Point Cadets. Prices reasonable. .MAIL ORDERS FILLED ROGERS PEET COMPANY Broadway U Broadway at 13th St. ghe at34thSt. our Broadway Corners" Fifth Ave. at Warren at 41st St. NEW YORK CITY 4 VVhen writing to advertisers, please mention THE HOWITZER THE HOWITZER ADVERTISER -, -Zfvb xx ' e f-H I S k ,, watt!! - 2- if 415' t' xi fa' ' . N f Xniilzlx ' - : :rx 7 OVER THE TOP ' he goes. He used to 'hurdle for his college-now he hurdles for his country. Formerly it Was a cinder track-now it7s no man's tract. He's a red-blooded, hungry-three-times-a-day -American. Athletes make ablest soldiers-WE EQUIP BOTH. ALEX. TAYLOR 8m CO., Inc. .Military-Athletic Outfitter: 26 E. 42nd Street Opposite Hotel Manhattan, NEW YORK lVllLlTARY CATALOG FREE QUALITY . RADE M. g g Package Foods A T est of One Proves the Quality of ALL RMOUR'S Veribest Package Foods bear the Oval Label, symbol of ' highest quality. This grade-mark, expressing highest standards in food production, serves to safeguard your buying. There is a dealer near you Who carries Veribest Package Foods. The line, includes Meats, Fish, Fruits, Vegetables, Condiments, Etc. ARMOUR5 i5,COMPANY 232. cH1cAGo , When Writing to advertisers, please mention THE HOWITZER THE HOIVITZER ADVERTISER dbercrombie 84 Fitch Co' EZRA 'H. FITCH, PRESIDENT Officers' Custom Made Uniforms Boots, Shoes and Leggins STUDIOUS ATTENTION TO EVERY DETAIL OF FIT AND SMARTNESS. BEDDING AND CLOTHING ROLLS AND ALL ARTICLES OF CAMP EQUIPMENT COMPLYING WITH ARMY REQUIREMENTS. Madison Avenue and Forty-fifth Street, New York THE GREATEST SPORTING GOODS STORE IN THE TVORLD Galvanized Kitchen Range Boilers Hot Water Tanks Tanks for All Pnrposes Piate Steel and Copper Work of Every Description L. O. Koven 81 Brother Othce: I 154 OGDEN AVE., JERSEY CITY, N. J. Wareroomsc SO CLIFF ST., NEW YORK, N. Y, The Geo. E. Evans CO. ' 3 AND 5 YV. 18th STREET NEW YORK Direct Importers Tooth brushes I-Iair brushes Cornhs hlilitary brushes Cloth brushes h'IirrOrs Nail brushes Shaving brushes Nail Tiles Etcetera AI varied stock on hand for inirnediazfe delivery. When Writing to advertisers, please mention THE HOWITZER THE HOWITZER ADVERTISER Geo. T. Keen Taz'l0r.v 1310 F Street, N. W. - - Washington, D. C. For U. S. ARMY and NATIONAL GUARD Officers and Enlisted Men UNIFORMS Independent Military Organizations UNIFORMS Military Training Camps UNIFORMS Boys Military and Society Clubs UNIFORMS Official National Outfitter A . Boy Scouts of America SIGMUND EISNER co. Red Bank, N. J. New York Office, 103 Fifth Avenue VVhen Writing to advertisers, please mention THE HONVITZER THE HOWITZER' ADVERTISER - Established 1894 C. D. I-IALSEY 8? CO. Members of the N. Y. Stock Exchange Mills Building New York Investment Securities rf!" BRANCH OFFICE 62 IXfIarket St., Poughkeepsie, N. Y. PETER H. TROY, Reridenzf Parzfvzer gilllIllllllIIIlillllllllIIllIllHlllIlllllllIlllllllIlllllllIlllll!lIlllllllIllllIlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllIlllllllllllllllllllilllllllIIIllIllllllllllllllllllllllllIlllllllllllllllllillllllllllllllllllllllllilllllllg gilllllllIllIIIllIllHIllIlllIIllIlllllllIIIlVIllIlllIlllIlllIlllllllilllillllIlllllllIlllIlllIIIlIlllIIIlilllHHlIlllIlllIlllllllHIllIlllllllllllllllllllll 2 gllIlllllllllllIllllllVIHTIIHHIlIIIlllllllllIIIllllllllllllllIlllllllll!lllllllllll!lllllll!lllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll' Efld fhllf IX 2 gillllllLlllilllll!lIlllilllllllllllllllVIIHIIllilllIlllH4lIlllIlllIlllllllllllllllllllllllllll E 2 THE 2 Army and Navy Journal 2 zo VESEY ST., NEW YORK E E "Thr Newrpaper ofthe Servicer" E E The ARMY and NAVY JOURNAL for E 2 over HALF A CENTURY has advocated 2 2 every cause serving to promote the welfare 2 E and improvement ofthe Regular and Volun- 3 2 teer Services. It is universally acknowledged E 2 by military and naval authorities, the general E 2 public and the press, to be the leading pub- 2 E lication of its kind in the United States. 2 E Special Rate Subscription Price to Cadets E E U. S. M. A. and Their Relatives E 2 03.00 PER YEAR 2 llllllllllllllIlllIllllllllllillllllllllllllllllllllllillllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll2 2 Publirhed W nlely lllllllllllllIlllllllIIll!lIllIllHIllilllllllIllHlllllllllllllllllllllllllllIllllllllllllllllllllllllIlllllllilllllllilllllfg 2 lllilllllllllllliilllllllllllllllllllllIlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllilllllllIllIlllllllllllllllIlllIII!IllVIHlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll2 glIlll!!llllllllllllIlllllllllllilllllllllllllIllllllIlllillllllllllllllllllllllllilllllilllllllllllIlllIllllllllllllllIlllIlllIllIlllillllilllllllllllllllllIllllllllIlllillllllHillIlllllllllllIllllllllllllllllllllllllllg Geo. W. T. Dowling CIVILIAN D R E S S llVIIHIlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllIIllllllIllllllIlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllli 8 West 45th Street New York City E. D. Sudbury Sc Co. ENGLISH WOOL AND FABRIC Hosiery and Gloves MANUFACTURERS OF THE CELEBRATED NCASTLE GATEW and HVULCAN HEEL and TOE" HOSIERY 'Q GLOVES .4150 United States Army and Navy C011t1'czczf01'5 34.3 Broadway New York FACTORY-ILK ESTON, DERBYSHIRE WAREHOUSE - NOTTINGHAM, ENGLAND When writing to advertisers, please mention THE HOXVITZER THE HOWIT ZER ADVERTISER OP. MALT EXTRACT The Government having restrict- ed the use of Sugar, Wise bakers will make generous use of lVIalt Extract, no restrictions having been placed upon its use. OP. IVIALT EXTRACT will add flavor to the loaf-make it-rich and palatable-for itis a superior Malt Extract. Wie have published a booklet stat- ing the advantages of the use of OP. IVIALT EXTRACT. NIay We send you a copy. MALT-DIASTASE CO. 79 WALL STREET, NEW YORK Laboratories, Brooklyn, N. Y. . d ml. bmi OPTICAL PRODUCTS are favorably known throughout the world- and in all branches of government service requiring the use of optical instruments. They include Range Finders and Gun Sights for Army and Navy, Microscopes, Stereo-Prism Binoculars, Photographic Lenses and Shutters, Engineering Instruments, Searchlight Mirrors of every description, Telescopes, Projection .Apparatus CBalopticonsj, Photomicrographic Apparatus, Microtomes, Ophthalmic Lenses and Instruments, Reading Glasses, Magnifiers and General Laboratory Equipment. Bausch 8 Ipmb Qpticel QD. '0.sz.,.s:A33g,DgSTggfgg .ar..2'::,1f:ffQ h e W e s t Point Hotel Open Throughout the Year Terms, 34.00 Per Day ARMY NATIONAL BANK CEstablished 19073 FT. LEAVENWORTH, KANSAS. The Army Man's Bank WILLIAM HUTTIG, Pres. J. V. KELLY, Vice-Pres. M. L. BISHOP, Cashier. VVhen writing to advertisers, please mention THE HOWITZER 4 DANCING TAUGI-IT By Dancers of Reputation and World-Wide Renown KNO! umicr control of the Tactical Dcptj The distinguished and handsome instructors pictured above, famous in all the sallyports of West Point, will give free lessons in modern and futurist dances. These artists will teach the Pretzel Tye, the Andy March,the Bone Dis-Lodge, and the Vie d'Alle. For particulars, see files Hdq. U.S.C.C. When writing to advertisers, please mention THE HOWITZER THE HOWITZER ADVERTISER ff 2' ' ' 2 X f . 4. we , v WW. 1, . Eye? ,X ee e i2?2Q TIMEEQS SQUARE 3 ?Q 25 WM.C..,MUSCH ENHEIM 7215 RENDEZVO Us FOR T THE DFFJCERS OF THE ARMY 2 6 Whell writing to advertisers, please mention THE HOWVITZER THE HOWITZER ADVERTISER Loose Leaf Binders and Stationery QW Asa L. Shipman's Sons Ioo Chambers Street, New York EWMWWWWWWWWWMWMMMWWWMWMWMMWNNMNNMMWWMWWWWWWWWWMWWNWNMMMWMWMWWWNM TI-IE HOUSE OF E 'efwga a azz? 2 aaazfa TR R f W mzzzzznzzggigggzgzzzzzzzzzig MPORTERS, Exporters, Converters, Manufacturers, and Wholesale Distrihutors of Dry Goods and Fancy Goods HHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH CLAFLINS INCORPORATED H. P. BONTIES, Pr sident Worth and Church Streets, New Yorlc WMMMWWWMMWWMWWWWWWWWMWWWWWWWMMWMMMMWNNMWWMWWWMWMWWWWWWWWWWWWWWM , 'rr Haberdashery and personal and travel requisites for the Officer, 1n consonance With the smartness of hlsunlforrn Weber 0? Heilbroner BROADWAY AND 44TH ST., NEW YORK COPPOSITE HOTEL ASTORJ 241 Broadway 345 Broadway Thomas C. Dunham Established 1852 Incorporated 1897 Paints and Glass zo Cortlandt 1363 Broadway 30 Broad 775 Broadway M S 58 Nassau ' 1185 Broadway uffa tfggt 150 Nassau 42nd and Fifth Ave. Y When writing to advertisers, please mention THE HOWITZER THE HOWITZER ADVERTISER THE CHARLES L. WILLARD Co ENGRAVERS AND PRINTERS OF CQLLEGE ANNUALS E NEW YORK 286 Fifth Avenue At'Thirtieth Street WE ASSISTED IN THE ART WORK IN Tm B VVhen Writing to advertisers, please mention THE HLOWITZER THE HOWITZER ADVERTISER JACOB REED'S SONS Manufacturers of FINEST UNIFORNIS and STANDARD EQUIPMENT for ARMY OFFICERS CIVILIAN oLoTH1No Cufzfom Tailored cmd Rfady for Sfrwice Haherdashery, Hats and Dress Accessories 1424-1426 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia NEW YORK IVASHINGTON Marbridge Building, Broadway at Herald Square 61 I Fourteenth St., N. WV. ATLANTIC CITY ANNAPOLIS Garden Pier 82 lXfIaryland Avenue 404 When Writing to advertisers, please mention THE HOWITZER THE HOWITZER ADVERTISER Wallaeh Bros. Hats, Haberdashery - and Hart Sehaffner 81 Marx Clothing . Four New York City Stores Broadway at 29th St. Broadway below Chambers St. Third Ave. corner I22nd St. Open 246-243 Vlfest I25Th St. lE2Mni11gx Fi Ly-.rfcon ear . ' .rlablifhfd I THE M. C. LILLEY CO. Makers of Hi gh-Grade Equipments f0rArrny Officers IIHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHIII Fm 101-W 5 ,- mmmmmummiw COLUMBUS, OHIO THE FAMoUs LILLEY CAPS Built on beautiful and pleasing lines. Extremely light, corn- . fortable and durable. - When Writing to advertisers, please mention T HE HOWITZER THE HOWITZER ADVERTISER HE o IA CLOCK COMPANY MANUFACTURERS OF HIGH GRADE CLOCKS NOS. 211-215 W. RANDOLPH St., CHICAGO, ILL. NO. 99 JOHN ST., NEW YORK, N. Y. TIME WELL TOLD !. fi Slmpllcce U95 THE SINIPLEX An Eight Day Automatic Alarm Clock. Height, 6M inches, Width, 5 inches. Dial, 4M inches, either Arabic or Roman numerals. Bell on the back. ' Case of seamless brass, heavily nickel-plated. It runs and alarms for eight days on one Winding. You wind it but once a -, week. . The alarm rings at the time set, stops and automatically I, I " ' 1- - resets to ring at the same time the next daywlthout further AQ 60 "" b attention. By adjustment of the pointer found on upper 4, X . - ' ' ' I , I EX rim of the bell on the back of the clock, the length of time ! X Sf ' ' , , X the alarm rings may be regulated. At "Short Alarml' the I N QOL .S 22, . f K ring is about seven seconds, each mark adds sex en seconds uw., f X w 4 - 2. . . . as ,. g . .,. V tg -r C Z . more to the ringing,-at the last mark "Long Alarm the JJ, I T s ', Q, ring is about forty-nine seconds. The alarm can be in- - f gi. f 7 ij' - 'i stantly stopped by pushing the button on top of thelclock IZ' A fa 'S ' ' which in noway interferes with the automatic operation of I ' - - the alarm. Also has a switch on the back to shut off the mow- , alarm when it is not wanted. f a T, 4.9 t . ll ' ..,...a....., 'lla - as xc, I, 'Sgg ' - 5 - 5 ,- THE TOT REPEATTNG f, ' C 15 ALARM f sa ' of 6 i as f l . I X sr' ' 4 . 1 -1 - -1 --..mqLkja0.9Lnw,,-- A one day intermittent ,I-.D ' -, f .,: alarm cloclf. Height, ISM . ,- ,' xxrw ' 1 inches. Width, 2M inches, k 'Q f A T""t'-'rf-""' "" " , Dial. Zinches, either Arabic ,frm ' ,NX ' r 1" or Roman numerals. Bell on all'--Qisf-sg.:2-:ag " s ax THE TRUINIIP the back. Case of seamless if' 911 ifi, X ' h brass. heavily nickel-plated, ,J S A one day intermittent alarm clock. Height, 5M inches. The alarm rings for several A 9 Width, 4M inches. Dial, 3M inches, either Arabic or seconds, pausing, and after Q " Roman numerals. Bell on the back. Case of seamless brass, a period of silence, again 9 . ' 5 SA heavily nickel-plated. The alarm rings for several seconds, ringing, and so on for 9. ,' ""-'rw-f 3 K f - , pausing, and after a period of silence again ringing, and so number of minutes. The Ks , A if . on for a number of mnutes or can be adjusted by a lever ringing of the alarm can be iv 15xiqx on the back for continuous Long Alarm. The ringing of stopped by the use of the the alarm can be stopped by the use ot the Patented Shut lever on the back of the ll' ' Wt' XA OE on the side of the clock. clock. ' V When Writing to advertisers, please mention THE HOWITZER THE HOWITZER ADVERTISER But for Electricity, the Panarna Canal Notable Electrilications of the General Electric Company in COIISUKUC- tion work and the oper- ation of canals. N.Y. State Barge Canal CGreat Lakes to Tidewatcrl Catskill Aqueduct CN. Y. City Water Supply? Panama Canal Cfltlantic to Pacilicj at il Wk , Nr , R Q ,E x i s 'X 2X fi 3 E ' X X L l, 5 X xx X t .1 Wire QE, ' RX X K '. I I -' N a. jfwaftffw f ' ' If J 2 2 wg: f I I i i l . :Rx 'K .fggll E f ' , 4 1 i ,, j f- " 'px f"' .yr 1 70' g.. . - -f . .,c.af---My i, ft V ...ww . would still be a dream HEN engineering science de- creed that Electricity should be the motive power to operate the tow- ing locomotives, the interlocking sys- tems, the fender chains, the pumps and the spillway gates at Panama, the Canal as an avenue of commerce be- gan to redeem itself. V Electricity was prcordained to be the driving and controlling force of this wonder canal. lts electrification was entrusted to the General Electric Company in recognition of engineering and manufacturing supremacy. But for electricity, the Panama Canal would still be a dream. 7555 ff! fl! ff!! X. ,Qi ,',, ,, GENERAL ELECTRIC COMP .A When Writing to advertisers, please mention THE HOWITZER 408 THE HOWITZER ADVERTISER J. M. Morrison Tailor Special Attention Given to Mail Orders Samples on Request White Studio Building ITHACA, N. Y. Formerly Morrison U Mitchell, Inc. Exclusive Designs in Woolens for Spring Evening Dress Suits and the Tuxedo or Dinner Coat a Specialty CHARLES T. FOSTER Merchant Tailor 268 hdain Street Poughkeepsie, N. HY. John C. Wineman 86 Co. Exclasifoe Tailoring at Popular Prices See Qur Urtiforrrts and Save Money NS SPALDING E SPORT lt is just as natural If T! E to associate one With Q- Z the other as it is " W fi? RAIN and an RI. UMBRELLA 1 fd YVhen in need of Athletic Equipment you immediately think of SPALDINGS' Everything for every Athletic Sport Catalog on requeft A. G. SPALDING 56 BRQS. Lowa 124-28 Nassau Street 1302 F Street, Northwest S 55 523 Fifth Avenue WASHINGTON D. c. NEW YQRK CITY I 7 'fif3.3LQ" And All Principal Cities Wlhen writing to advertisers, please mention THE HOWITZER THE HOWITZER ADVERTISER National Preparatory Academy CBRADEN'SJ Established 1883 West Point -C0mmzssz'01z- - Ammpolzs CornWall-on- Hudson, N. Y. The only Preparatory School conducted by a graduate of West Point. Accommodations limited. Malce reservation early. ci: 315 3:2 :J rifilfi .f ax 4 - ggi- 4, A if X ..'. Af --as-if -A " TRADE MARK 1 Export and Domestic . The Francis VT. Witte Hardware Company 106 Chambers St., New York Phone, 6015 Barclay Maurice O'Keefe innnvm1inirnwluii4iiiniiu1iuiiniinii1iiniiniiviinumiinwmnuuumwmianiniiuviiniiuiil1wnfiiniuwwuvnuiniminiiuiiniiuwwnwrvimmmnummumu SAMPLES AND ME'AsURE BLANKS UPoN APPLICATION Manor House Square Yonkers, New York Sanitar Fruit GROWN IN PAPER BAGS N, . SWE Suez JAMES A. STAPLES, .Nkarlborough-on-Hudson, N. Y. VVhen Writing to advertisers, please mention THE HOWITZER THE HOWITZER ADVERTISER "OVER THE TOPH THE ST. JAMES NEW CAFETERIA L. B. Mz'l!er 8? Son NQW QPEN New York City WE INVITE YOUR PATRONAGE H. T. WHEELER, Proprietor ll Q 'KRUNU 4 1 K N gg w h o 1517 :i.'31'4u ' E ?'rr"'s' OAI,-u .x 'CA9o MADE 'JN HONOR E. Armstrong Co Chas. Brown E5 Co. O .. . , pposlte the Audrtonum CHICAGO Makerf of lhe FINEST UNIFORMS and EQUIPMENTS for Ofhcers ofthe Army Calalogue on Requerl Wear the famous Armstrong with Bamboo Frame 434-440 South Wabash Ave. Cap When Writing to advertisers, please mention THE HOWITZER THE HOWITZER ADVERTISER Tower Bros. Stationery Co. 'Wl1olesale, Retail and Manufacturing STATIONERS ' LOOSE LEAF DEVICES A SPECIALTY PRINTING LITI-IOGRAPI-IING . ENGRAVING Blank Books to order, osice, naiifoad and Bank Supplies Mail orderf given prompl attention Telephone: 2323-2324-2325 Gramercy 23 West 23rd Street New York ESTABLISHED 1857 ANDREW LEXA DER r HE newest models as Well as a complete line. of con- A I servativeishoes for dress or service wear. i Q ill Mail orders intelligently Sixth Avenue PM Avenue filled by competent salesmen. at 19th Street at 45th Street , NEW YORK Correspondence Inw'z'ed When Writing to advertisers, please mention THE HQWITZER THE HOWITZER ADVERTISER, V i , 2 When writing to advertisers, please mention THE HOWITZER THE HOWITZER ADVERTISER Ilia 95+ I Rl'!,'i.rIerz'd Eslablirlzfmi Trade-ll7'a1'1e Haifa Cmilzzry I V 5 -'-LQ3 James McCutcheon 35 Company The Greatest Treasure House of Linens in America ' Importers and Retailers of Fine Table Linens, Bed Linens, Towels, Bed Coverings, French and Domestic Lingerie and Corsets, Ladies' Outer Garments, VVaslIable Dress Goods, Ladies, Hosiery, Neckwear, Veilings, Etc. 1: ':: :: 1: Our department for Pure Linen I-liandkercliiefs offers the largest and clioicest selection in the country. :: 1: zz 1: :: :: :: zz :: :: :z :: :: :: :: T1'ouJ.veaux and Oufjiff of All Kifzdf cz Specialty Ordfrf by IllzIilC1'c'z'1I Spfrial Jlffzzifofz Fifth Avenue, 35rd and 34th Streets New York 'JACK I TAR ,Q L IS HERE IN l P X OLDEST BRAND IN AMERICA ' 1 , The figures are signalling 'HL T" ' A UNITED SHIRT at COLLAR CO.. TROY. N.- Y.. MAKERS OF LION SHIRTS Wlhen Writing to advertisers, please mention THE HOWITZER THE HOWITZER ADVERTISER The Officer's Rain Coat The Officer's Rain Cape ' ' -sl Adapted to mounted and unmounted service as well as to civilian wear. It is of double texture material which matches the service uniform, has the regu- lation collar, sword slit, and is absolutely wind and waterproof. hflade of double texture ma- terial sarne as ofhceris coat. It is lightweight and cool, having a wide sweep, equipped with straps run- ning from the shoulders un- der the arms and fastening in back, so it will not drop off when worn unbuttoned. Booklet and Samples of Cloth Sent on Regilert We make Cadet Rain Coats for Military Schools and Colleges, also the celebrated 4' Candeel' extension toe and JE-heel rubbers and arctics. 'sk mr., fo E ? l Q ll ,i l l UNITED STATES RUBBER CO., BOSTON 280-284 Summer St., Boston, Mass. Sitceefrorf to ENTERPRISE RUBBER CO., Bortoii, Mary. BRANCH More than 6000 Officers of the United States Army and Navy have already joined this Organization 5lf'J"55?9'r- 0059699050 ' - s These officers have thus organized for the purpose of reclilcirig their high fort of living. This is accomplished through the medium of a IOOZ7 Discount given all mem- e.-'T 42 N 'C 2 bers off any purchases they may make from any of our -J stores. Arrangements have also been made with over - .... 250 leading retail ftorer, scattered throughout the United "" ' States, where savings can also be made on purchases. Write for particulars elf to riiemhership. We will be pleased to send you a copy of our Army Catalogue, also a list of the Stores where you can Buy at a Saving, if you request them ARMY AND NAVY CO-OPERATIVE COMPANY Y I6 East 42nd Street near 5th Avenue, New York, N. Y. Also 721-7 Seventeenth St., N. W., Washington, D. C. II23-5 So. Broad St., Philadelphia, Pa. When Writing to advertisers, please mention THE HOWITZER Index io Adveriisers 'S Abercrombie 81 Fitch Co. . Andrew Alexander . . Henry V. Allien 81 Co. . Ansonia Clock Co. . Army National Bank . . Armour 81 Co. . . . E. A. Armstrong lvlfg. Co. . Army 81 Navy Co-operative . Army 81 Navy Journal . Hotel Astor . . . Bailey, Banks 81 Biddle . Bailey, Banks 81 Biddle . Bausch 81 Lomb . . . Bethlehem Steel Co. . . W. Bianchi tk Co. . The House of Bontex . Bradley Knitting Co. . Brooks Bros. . . Chas. Brown 81 Co. . . Camrneyer . ' . . Charlottesville 'Woolen hfills Joseph Cipolari . . 1. Coldwell Lawn lhlower Co. . C0lt's Patent Firearms Co. . The Corby Co. . . . Geo. W. T. Dowling . . Thos. C. Dunham . . E. I. Du Pont De Nemours Co Sigmund Eisner Co. . . Chas. H. Elli0tt'Co. . . Geo. E. Evans Co. . . Electric City Engraving Co. First National Bank . . Charles T. Foster . . CRyzonJ General Chemical Co. General Electric Co. . . C. D. Halsey 81 Co. . , Hausauer-Jones Printing Co. Frank A.. Hoppe . . Wm. H. Horstman . . International Heater Co. . Geo. T. Keen . . PAGE 399 411 369 406 399 395 410 414 393 401 364 365 399 386 382 402 412 337 410 367 377 393 392 376 397 398 402 374 397 373 396 380 375 408 383 497 398 379 337 368 393 397 Keuffel 81 Esser Co. L. O. Koven 81 Bro. M. C. Lilley 81 Co. Lion Collars . Malt-Diastase Co. Nlark Cross Co. Jas. lVlcCutche0n 81 Co. lX-Terriam 81 Co. . L. B. lvliller 81 Son I . J. lvl. Morrison . . Nat. Preparatory Academy l Newark Trunk Co. . New Cafeteria . hlaurice O'Keefe Rogers Peet Co. . Jacob Reedls Sons Rice 81 Duval Chas. F. Rogers 81 Co. J. JA. Scriven Co. . Second National Bank Asa L. Shipman's Sons AIG. Spalding 81 Bros. James A. Staples QSan. Fruitb The Stetson Shops . E. D. Sudbury 81 Co. Alex. Taylor ZR Co. . Teitzel, Jones 81 Dehner Tiffany 81 Co. . . Tower Bros. Stationery Co. U. S. Rubber Co. . l7Valdr0n 81 Carroll Vxfallach Bros. . . Geo. S. YVallen 81 Co. . Washington Loan .gl Trust Co. VVeber 81 Heilbroner West Point Hotel . VVhite Studio . . The Chas. L. Willard Co. John C. Wineman 81 Co. Francis T. Witte Co. . Stephen F. VVhitman . Young's Hats . four hundred jifzeen PAGE 399 399 495 413 399 372 413 388 410 408 499 389 410 499 394 494 366 399 371 373 402 408 499 388 398 395 389 363 41 1 414 335 495 391 394 402 399 381 493 408 499 392 391 l ,lf-,ig . J f . l,y,V:l5'. A - , A-zfgfpgfgagzy ,W . :K- ..,,, ,M 5,1 .,..g.gv . ,- four hundred feventeen Of pf7,lpZL7L1l .6711 N UQ vb- N 'H N -3 f I l Majestic heights. by nature and by art Alike with massive beauty grandly crowned WEST POINT FROM THE FERRY Of 1417213111 M FJJFH 11.11 ,UZ U A, " Here through the strong and shadeless dayg "The tinkling silence thrills" I LIGHTHOUSE, GEE,S POINT Muaazz pupunq mof 1 1 r 1 V I 1 I I I I "And by night The merry dance, traced fast and light, The maskers quaint, the pageant bright, A The revel loud and long " CULLUM HALL EF fam JJJJ ff' - If X Sf flil- F I, " Worthy men do gather 'round the banquet board GRANT HALL CCADET MESSD F' A .N N! w S om-rC1ze.9.oz,1 pup F' kv 1 I " Wlxere some on earnest Business bent Tlveir murmuring labors ply 'gainst graver hours EAST ACADEMIC BUILDING fx I' W-.,,,,. VJ G Ai?" WHERE LAW AND LEARNING HAVE THEIR HOME VVEST ACADEMIC BUILDING WHEREIN RESIDE THE NATIONS PAMPERED PETS NORTH BARRACKS WI-IEREIN HAVE DWELT GREAT MEN, WELL KNGWN TO FAME SOUTH BARRACKS "PASS NOT UNBLEST THE GENIUS OF THE PLACE OLD GYMNASIUM umar-fizuam pupzmy mof I i 1 I " Each man must take his exercise" - ' w 4" YU'I-""5Z3"'ri'3' 'fffi5"f5Y9 :7Z'f"l",- . Zviflrifv-v5Q' -wr Y W f - 3:5511-I .L . , -1,53 'a .:,:hv,, "- f J --1 fx 'Vg 4, L, LANE., use 56 'Q 'I-Sf. 2Trx1 .7, . ' 11,-awffifg Z'125f?2 P 19' gg", -V " aaa 513' " 1 .Y ma .' . ,Mk.,-,gil . 'ff' e E- 1 , 1'-,VS-.AI ff 51--1-'gi'gI?g "" f- ,-, U ' - fn, -, ,,,?3.:,.- A L 3 '::.4,'3'EF'5 5,12-' .rl if ' Q Iii , n 1 u 1 1 I x , NEW GYMNASIUM IWW Qt E 'xh..'Ii four hundrcd twenty-:ight ADMINISTRATION BUILDING r.. Y.Y.. .- --- ---.--A - -2. . -1--.AH . ,Q .-,, ,V JK, ' E' "' 2 '- ' .-:.f!Ia'3,:1 ORDNANCE LABORATORY ORDNANCE MUSEUM fo ur fl 1a nd rrd 711 irly jx ,N ,fi 'X-5 741 14 .hnlkuisi nu. 'Tw v-iff fx "iff: HW., OLD CHAPEL q . OLD CHAPEL, INTERIOR four lnmdrerl thirly-om' ...www v.-Y, ,...A.,.. ..- N CULLUM HALL AND OFFICERS' MESS CULLUM HALL, INTERIOR four hundred thirty-two 1 OFFICERS, MESS BACHELOR OFFICERS, QUARTERS four hundred thirty-three Q . ,Q ' , f 'Tix :Nl , ,I X .t ' 5 ',,. E' XXX V - ' 'X F fx 1' . XX K, f x- SUPERINTENDENT,S QUARTERS OFFICERS, ROW, NORTH ' four hundrrd thirty-four 4 CADET CHAPEL, INTERIOR four hundrcd thirty-Jive - ROAD To sK RESERVOIR four hundred thirty-fix uma:-fCugq1 pafpumf .mof A 1 i NORTH FROM TROPHY POINT if X 711332-rfupfy pnpunq .1 THE PLAIN emu-Aiugyg pfupunq .mof i i i I 4 i . . I . f f V, , ' h V ma 0 N xl 1 I 1 PARADE Auof pupunq mof RIDING HALL Quo-rC7wf pupunq :maj ' 1 E 5 I LIBRARY SOUTH BARRACKS FROM CHAPEL mof-Euof pupumf .mof MAIN ROOM, LIBRARY my'-ffuof pupunq mof CHILDRENLS PLAYGROUNDS xg:-fC1.zof pupunq .mof 0 L sf v 1 1 5 1 1 I 1 gi E ADMINISTRATION BUILDING usuf-6110! pupumf maj SOUTH GATE I FLIRTATION WALK pupzmq Jnof Juju-1C1Jof FLIRTATION XVALK gf pupuny mof K1 If .U 1 I: f T I I f r THE CATHOLIC CHAPEL 'X Q S S E- i N Q.. 'S Kd I Q 2 'w 4 A SUMMER CAMP four lmnflrrd jffly-1:00 STATUE OF VVASHINGTON r ll 1 I I CADET CHAPEL, INTERIOR four hundred jifzy-ihrfz i i I 7 2 .M X nav., , - , -f -T-V-V-A-N 3 I T I I I I I f , 1 'Q l E . 1, i I I ' E I :i. K four hundred fifty-four ADMINISTRATION BUILDING T l ' rf 'I I , , 'lm , , W. . - Amy- LOOKING SOUTHWEST FROM PLAIN BRIDGE NEAR LUSK RESERVOIR four hundrzd fifty-jim xp'-rizfjf pupumf mof PARADE IN CAMP FROM HOTEL TOWER uma:-Mfg' pupunq mof II Here where resistlessly .the river runs Between majestic mountains to the sea HUDSON FROM TROPHY POINT LEST WE FORGET " '- ' aw-. 'A , .I rf ' - ".A" . quq, 11 11... X A 'I fx . 4.73 . ", 1 v ,QQ ---,:'1!1 Q-1' T 9.5- X 5 , IH' . .X ff ,- 2, rg , 1 1 X I four hundred fifty-eight BATTLE MONUMENT A cknowledgments HE preparation and publication of a book like this under the conditions which exist at the Military Academy is a task whose magnitude cannot be realized. Many minds and hands have co-operated to make this 1919 HOWITZER. It is not possible in the space at hand to express our appreciation of or to acknowledge adequately the assistance which has beenggiven us by our many friends. We are especially indebted, however, to the following: To the White Studio, of New York, and in particular to their West Point repre- sentative, lVlr. Albert Gordon, who has tirelessly Worked from before sunrise to late at night in making for us the hundreds of photographs from which most of those used in this book were selected. To Mr. Hausauer, of the Hausauer-Jones Printing Company, Buffalo, N., Y., our printers, who has given us much personal aid, attention and advice in the preparation of the copy, and who has used all his resources to enable us to get out the best possible book in the few weeks remaining to us after the early graduation order was published. To the Electric City Engraving Co., Buffalo, N. Y., our engravers, for their prompt and efficient service, and in particular to Mr. Dietrich of their Art Depart- ment, for the art work which he has done and the advice which he has given toward beautifying the book. To Mr. Graves of the Chas. L. Willard Co., New York City, for the sketches for the Flyleaf, the Title page, the Foreword, the Administration and Corps Organi- zation title pages, the twelve Academic Department designs, two of the Biography backgrounds and the View Section title page. The strength and character of his work speaks for itself. To Mr. Stockbridge, and to the Department of Drawing, for drawing material and for certain important pictures. 1 ' To Mr. Dawson for the use of a reproduction of his pain.ting of General Biddle. I, . To Mr. Tripp, the post printer, for advice and assistance. To the authorities, who have been most liberal in granting the HOWITZER Board special privileges to facilitate their work. To the members of 1919, for the interest they have shown, and for the support they have given us, their committee. To Kramer, Shattuck, Smith, '19, Dickson, and J. L. Rhoads, ,2O, for con- tributions and aid in preparing and correcting the text. ' To Reaves, ,205 Byrne and Jackson, 721, for sketches. I To Caffee, '19, McCone, Peckham, A. W. Pence,,'2o, for assistance to the Business Manager. To Crowe, C. P. Jones, Meyer, Mickle, Moroney, Saunders, C. F. Wilson, ,2I, for typewriting. To our advertisers, and to the purchasers of the Christmas Poster and of this HOWITZER-the source of our finances. four hundred jifty-nine 1 ' qu In I 1 ini A mtii rg K E 922 ,rdf yi' f , 114 wx, M -rf 'fairy , A iw A .ef -I ' "" '-izwzgz,-v, H.-:pins-:1--Q-+' 17- -fl HUMOR MILLER ART r r Z' 3--sg. 1 15 .5-.51 FEE 2255 E1 1, rm- 113 R221 'Pi".'f-GFEYY-I -' four hundred fixly x L', "lk 1 'P wmv. jr - T:,f.-225 35:135- Pf .1 r -!z:':'iS-- -.W .W 1 , gal y r ,Z v 1 N g, 4 Q T ' -. -sw . , ,...,,4,4 ,..,, : f. .. , K - U ul 'J 'nf ---su The H owitzer Board JOHN PAUL DEAN HUGH JOHN CASEY . LUCIUS DUB. CLAY . , WILLIAM F. H. GODSON, JR. A. GORDON MATTHEWS . JULIAN KL L. MILLER ROLAND STENZEL . JAMES MARSHALL YOUNG . BENJAMIN FRANKLIN MANNING CLARENCE P. TOWNSLEY, JR. JOHN ARTHUR WEEKS . E ditor-in-Chief . Biographie: Biographief . Humor Literalure . Art . Photo graphf . Athletic! Bufineff Manager Axxiftant Manager Affiftant M anagfr four hundrzd ,rixty-two un- 9 Index A CLASS ROLL, 1919 . 250 ACADEMIC BOARD . IO CLASS ROLL, IQZQ . 224 ACADEMIC DEPARTMENTS . I2 CLASS ROLL, 1921 - 236 ACKNOWLEDGMENTS . . 459 COLOR GUARD - 26 ADMINISTRATION-TITLE PAGE 7 COMPANY A 23 ADVERTISING INDEX . , u 415 COMPANY B 30 "A" MEN . . . 261 COMPANY 'C 32 ARMY ATHLETIC COUNCIL . 260 COMPANY D 34 ARMY POSTS, MAP OF . 337 COMPANY E 36 ATHLETICS . . . 259 COMPANY F 33 COMPANY G 40 B COMPANY H 42 BASEBALL . . . 294 COMPANY I 44 BASKETBALL . 272 CONTENTS - - - 6 BAYONET , , , 236 CORPS ORGANIZATION . 25 BENNY HAVENS , , 323 CLUB, FIRST CLASSMEN,S . 324' BIOGRAPHIES-INDEX . 48 CULLUM HALL SQUAD 271 BOXING . . . 290 CUP, CLASS - - 339 C ' D CADET STAFF . . . 27 CADET UNIFDRMS . . 340 DEDICATION ' 4 CAMPS AND CANTONMENTS, MAP DIALECTIC SOCIETY 322 ,OF ARMY t U I- 5 337 DICTIONARY A. 360 CASUALTIES 5 . ' 187 DRAWING, DEPT. OF . I7 CHEMISTRY, D'EPT. OF 16 CHRISTMAS POSTER 336 E CLASS CLUB, THE - ' 324 ECOLE POLYTECHNIQUE 254 CLASS CUP, RING, XKVEDDING ENGINEERING, DEPT. OF I3 PRESENT ' ' 339 ENGLISH AND HISTORY DEPT. 23 CLASSES, THE . 47 CLASS HISTORY, 1919 194 ' F CLASS HISTORY, 1920 . 228 ' I . ' CLASS HISTORY, IQZI 242 FENCING . . . 284 CLASS GFFICERS 338 FIRST CLASSMEN7S CLUB 324 CLASS ROLL, 1916 246 FOIL ' A. . . 284 CLASS ROLL, 1917 248 FOOTBALL . 262 CLASS ROLL, 1918 25O FOREWORD 5 CC'O'l1Vi'fl1lEdD four hundred fixty-tlzrzf E I ndea: I . G P . GRADUATION EXERCISES 46 PHILOSOPHY? DEPT' OF - I4 GYMNASIUM SQUAD . I 279 POLO 1 I 292 PRACTICAL MILITARY ENGINEER- H ING, DEPT. OF 20 HISTORIES, CLASS OF IQIQ . 194 CLASS OF 1920 . 228 R H CLASS OF 1921 . 242 RING, 1919 CLASS 338 HOCKEY ' ' ' 27 ROLL, CLASS 1916 246 OPS ' ' ' 302 CLASS 1917 248 HOWITZER BOARD' 460 CLASS 1918 250 HUMOR ' ' 343 CLASS 1919 191 HUNDREDTH NIGHT . 304 CLASS 1920 224 I . CLASS 1921 236 INDEX TO ADVERTISERS 415 I ' S INDEX TO BIOGRAPHIES 48 INDOOR MEET . . 278 SABER ' 285 IN MEMORIAM . 252 SONGS ' 328 K T KOEHLER, MAJOR 253 TACTICS, DEPT. OF I2 TITLE PAGE . 3 L TRACK ' . 280 LAW, DEPT. OF . I9 U M UNIFORMS . . 340 MAP OF ARMY POSTS AND CAMPS 337 MATHEMATICS, DEPT. OF . I5 V MILITARY I-IYGIENE, DEPT OF 22 VIEW SECTION 417 MILITARY STAFF . . 8 ' MISCELLANEOUS SECTION . 301 W N WEDDING PRESENT, 1919 CLASS 338 - I ' WRESTLING . 288 NORTH SALLYPORT 24 O . Y ORDNANCE AND GUNNERY, DEPT. YELLS - - 328 OF .... 21 Y. M. C. A. 320 four hu HIZTEI1 51'xty-four l"v.?A, -VL ur, 'U v"Ig"l'H'VJI:s V, " ' 1, -'S-az ., f 3 is 'V " ,twig '5 -2. ' I " YE-tm.: L I 'YA AIA ' -' 1 '-I V.. . A A Val, ' . 529113 I" 5" iii? Vi I V -N ' A ggu 3' I 4- .T-f1L2qAsAA,1.i I1--Egg 1,- -A. A .,:.-wmv . JPQV WJ- .- wwf., LAY, -A Abglym ,,:.-V 1. 'fx . -5-591111, A ,4,. .g,,'-,gh ,4 -V 4 Av u 1 , Q 'AL " 'gVQ:?:V .3 'V ga g, 3 A ""'l , ' 1 .' V' ., A ii i' -", J V fi-V . 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